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The Sun and the New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1920-1920, May 04, 1920, Image 8

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She Tolls of Visits to Jlond-
houso nnd of JI18 Taking
Ilcr Home.
Coroner Asserts It Was Acci
dent and Ho Was Hobbcd
When Sonsoloss.
Inquiry into the death of dcortre 11
iWeavor, vice-president of tho Itomlni;
Mb Typewriter Company, wlio was final
ly Injured wbon his automobile was
Wrecked early Sunday morning on
White Plains road, near Brouxvllle, re
vealed yesterday that up to nn hour
boforo the crash he' trs In the cjmv
pany of a stenographer, Mlas Helen
Meier, an employee of the Blwanoy doU
Club. Miss Meier, a resident of Bronx
yllle, was jjuealjonecl at Dronxyllle by
Coroner Qeorjro Jfinglo, and tier answew
practically enilod tlie.lhvestluatlon Into
Wi death, i ' ' ' ,'1
Coroner Ewjle'e theory, as he ex
plained It last night, Is that Mr. Weav
er's diath wnsi purely the' result of nn
accident that tffreA .out of hU litnbtllty
tq control tho blir dan Tho flnulrtit of
the manufacturer's 'pocltotbook half a
mllo away from tho scene of the wreck
Indlcatne, tho CoroneV declared, that he
wiu robbed while unt6nicIou;
rtllsa Meier, who.io hoiim Is In nronx
vlilr, wns found jterday nfltrnoon
nftor It ' had bean rumored through
Westchester county that Mr. "Weaver-
was seen In the compnny of a young
woman several haura before the acci
dent. She told without hesitancy about
meetlnir Mr, Woavfr Knturrtny afternoon,
They had dinner at tho Slwnnoy Oolf
Club Saturday nluht. At 9 o'clock they
loft to go to a rcmlhou'o In tho lioston
Post road. They remained thcro two
iours. durlnp which tlrno Mr. Weaver,
.uvordltiK to her statement, liad several
Later they went to another road
houMi, on the boundary line between
Bronxvjtfo and TonKers. Hero Mr.
Weaver had more drinks, she said. She
liitliled the drank nothing. It waa 1
o'clock when they got Into the nutbmo.
bllo and drove away from tho road
house. Mr. Weaver was at tho wheel
of tho rrih chine. She said that he drove
to her Home and left her there about
1:30 o'clock.
Coroner Enule believes' the Weaver au.
tomablle was In a slight collision before
the young woman was taken home. Hbl
theory Is based on the finding of a
fipllntor of bark on ono of the wheels.
It was learned yesterday that Mr.
Weaver cashed a check for $30 early In
the evening-, and a tobuUlton of the
sums ho spent In the various rosdhouses
Indicated he should have had about JB
left when tho acldent occurred. This
money was found In a pocket of his
trouus. But whoeve took his wjitch and
chain and pocketbook evidently under
took to strip the automobile, (according
to Coroner Bnglo and the police. The
Krctse cups had been removed from
runny of tm hearings anil one of the
nhgoi! mlpRlng when the. wreck, was
first Inspected.
The autopsy performed yesterday by
Dr. Oliver L. AUBtln of Tuokahoa
sliuwotl Mr. Weaver's death was caused
by n fracture of the skull. Ho nlso suf
fered InMirrml Injuries and frneturfs
of tho left arm an,l Its. Coroner KnRlo
announced last nlsht' thnt his Investiga
tion will proceed to-Juy. '
Partners of Chinese and Oth-,
irs at 4 Cents a Head,
Pour of ten girls who were arresjtd
Saturday night in Tlilrd avenue dance
hall admitted yesterday In Women'
Court that they had run away from
homer Ethel O'Neill, a policewoman, at-,
tached to the Mart of Deputy Pollco Com
mlslsoner O'Qrady, said the girls, whose
ages rango from IS to 20, wero,cmploye4
as Instructors, and that they were danc
ing with Chinese and men of ithcr na
tionalities. The girls testified that they
received four- cents from each ten cent
danco ticket purchased, and said that
they could not discriminate.
The four who admitted they had run
away from lionlo were Irene I,eln or
1523 First avenue, May Phillips, 88 Clin
ton street, nnd Kntherine Bell and Ileal
rice Loft, both of 330'Flfth street, Jersey
City, Virginia Blaplnn of 238 Went
Twenty-second stroet, another of tho ten.
asserted she was the wife ot ono of tho
proprietors of tho danco hall; Mnglo
trato Norrls ndjourncd the case until to
day and committed the girls to tho Flor
ence crittcnton Home In SfiOO ball each
ONLY t&ngs of acknowladged worth caiji' acquire and
retak die prwti f lW&p. The world is not dis
posWtopcte&irmjIk 'si quick to emulate success.
Consider die tezmt flwikad changes in the design and con
struction of motor awf. Thin recall which car it was that
first tttrajucMl totte striking ad van
Cole Ctmtiom Strike New Note
The lew lwlWyiMi high Adewrfefoed a tke apoatorefthepro.
etmi; die saotce eenwi at tfaa nmp, the est rape m motor car design as well a
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