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5 PEONS KILLED
Philaclolphia Couples, One jyiar-
riod Three Wook3, Doad
BABY ALSOUOSES LIFE
Tlvc I'hllnilolplilnn". one a baby,
WPrc Mlloil wlicn nn electric trnln col
llilcd will' t'ie,r niitomohllc. Two other
Afrsnni were killed nncl four Injured
n other week-end truffle accident
Thoe killed In the collision with the
trnln ero Mr. niio" Mr. Henry Miller,
twenty-six nnd twenty-two years old
respectively; Mr. nnd Mrs, Hnrdlo II.
Felmel. thirty-three nnd twentysoven
jeara old. nnd UcntrlcC( Felincl. two
Tlic IVlinel family lived nt 5003
jforth Thirteenth Htreet. Mr. Fehncl
wns n cousin of Mrs. Miller, who.'wlth
l,pr husband, llvc'd nt 'J0J." Chestnut
flrret. The Millers were mnrrlcd about
three weeks n&o.
The cinsh occurred aaturdny niRlit
tihrn the two families were motoring
toChnpinati Quarries, near Hath, where
their parent have n home. The scene
of the nccldent wa on the Allentown
load about one mile south of Quaker-
Miller vns driving. The road takes
n oblique turn over the tracks of the
Lclilsh Valley Transit Co. lllram Kib.
of Soiiderton. the motormnn. said today
'lie crpeeted the automobile to slow down
to allow the car to pass.
The machine did slow down, he said,
I nil then, when he ineronNcd speed with
the expectation of a clear truck, Kehnel
aNo put on speed and the train struck
the automobile ns It crossed the track.
The lic passengers were killed in-
IViincl was a salesman for Kiefaber
a Co.. wholesale produce merchants,
ot I'roduce und Newmarket streets, nnd
Miller was a bookkeeper of the Com
mercial TruHt Co.
l'etro (jorporetta, fiOSUMustcr street,
ins struck by an nutoiiobile on Lan
caster avenue near Fortieth street Sat
urday night and died in the West
riiilndrlphla Homeopathic Hospital.
William ('. Kiclds, fortj-two years old,
2100 Columbia avenue, the driver, wn
Willlnm Math, of Hcrwyn, wa killed
Tvlien the automobile he was driving
collided with a truck near l'nj;levlllo
Saturday night. I.ouls ,f. Hogau and
ltobert 11. I'nixt, of Hcrwyn. who were
n itb ilath, were held without bail pend
jug on investigation.
Mrs. Kllxnbr-tli Kglc, fifty-five ears
old, tl."40 Woodland avenue, was struck
by a trolley car at SKty-shth street
sue! Woodland avenue, at 11:20 o'c'ock
lust night. She was taken to the Uul
erslt Hospital, where physicians say
her condition is serious. Harry Hevans,
motoimim of the trolley, wns held under
$100 ball by Magistrate Hurris today
for a further hearing.
THUGS SLUG CONDUCTOR
P. R. T. Man Is Rescued by Motor
man With Iron Bar
Thugs attacked William Shnfer, or
4.TJS North Eighth street, twice lust
sight while Sha.fcr) ,was .making a trip
ns conductor on an Klghth and Ninth
ktrcets trolley car.
Five men boarded the car. south
boiitid, at Eighth htreet nnd Olr'ard ave
nue. They incited a quarrel with the
conductor, and nfter striking him sev
eral times, they left the car nt lllghth
nnd Ituee streets.
Later, when the car was nrnceedinc
nn Ninth street. Bhnfcr alighted at
tuMuugioii avenue to sec mat me rail
road crossing was clear. The same men
ft upon him again, wielding bottles
and clubs. The motorman of the car
came to Shafcr's rescue with an iron
har; and the thugs fled.
The conductor was taken to the I'ens
syhanla Hospital. His head and body
are covered with cuts und bruises.
WOMEN NOT TO APPEAL
Decide to Make No Further Effort to
An appeal to thu Snnreine Court from
J decision of the Court of Common
IMeafc, which rehired 11000 women reg
istration bccitise they had' not been
assessed wilhln two month nrlor to the
day of election, will be withdrawn by
Leopold C. Ciiass ami .tienrge Wharton
Topper, who represented the appellants.
Announcement to this effect was made
The Supreme Court is now sitting in
Pittsburgh. Judges Simpson and von
Mohchzlskcr, who were delegated to the
Appellato Court to fake up the question,
have expressed the belief that the lower
court did, i.ot err. Counsel for the
women then decided to press the case no
AS TRAIN HITS CAR
J. B. Sheppacd &Sons
r Have You a Bit of
Rich is the "hope chest" and lucky
the housewife that can boast a com
plement of "OLD BLEACH"
Lmen Table Cloths, Nap
Its silky fineness, its dazzli
less, its wondrous ilurab
peerless, its possession a prou
Pure Irish linen bleached
white on the grccnswaid
of old Ireland by sun
shine, wind and rain. It
costs more in money, but
measured by years of
fcervjee and pride of pos
It Is the Cheapest Linen That Money Can Buy
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Win will return to tliostiiRo owing
to business reersrs of licr once
wealthy husband, Hcnjnniin I'icrce
JULIA ARTHUR TO ACT AGAIN
Will Return to Stage Soon Hus
band, Loses Wealth
Itoston, Oct. 2.". Julia Arthur, one
of the most notable figures of the
American Btagc some twenty years ago
nnd wife of Ileujamlii fierce Cheney,
once rated as one of ISoston's wealthiest,!
men. find. herself compelled to return
to the stage n the result of reverses in
her husbiind's business enterprises. Her
return to the footlights I expected
Mr. Cheney's father, founder of the
nited states ami (Manila Impress Co.,
left his son $10,000,000. Young Cheney
married Miss Arthur in 180S nnd nt his
request she quit thn stage. Tliey lived
quietly in their island home, coming
up to the I'nrker House each wfnter.
He prospered in business, his fortune
at Its height being estimated at
The first sign of impending crash was
a suit filed in September. 11115. by
Thomns CI. Washburn seeking pajmont
on a note for .$2."i00. Later the Whipple
Co., operating the I'nrker House,
brought suit for $-0,000 for accommo
dations, und hcivlce. Other claims fol
lowed in quick succession and Mr.
Cheney found hlmselfibllgcd to usslgn
in December, 1017. '
WANT TO BE A DIPLOMAT?
Denmark Wants One Here and Will
Double Salary Weekly
A chance to serve the Dunish crown
with honor and no suspicion of cummer
cinllsm is offered to nny one who enres
tti ntinlv fn tlin tinulftnn tt llnanlnrlAil
honorary Danish vice consul of this city.
it luiiKH iikc n guou opcuiuc II u
mnu has about five hours left over from
his regular business to devote to the
interests of the country which gave
Tfnmlnfr flrrnf Tlnnn ilnr ltntMln.- Vnl.
sou and Danish pastry to the world.
i ne unni.sn cnnsuiaie is iiieasantiy
situated in the, snmc office with the
Swedish consulate in the International
Building at 305 Walnut street. About
it is nn air of honor nnd passenger
steamship advertising. There are Norse
posters on the walls and a fair-haired
Htfwln nnpa nfinnt Ills 'ipo r'ntisiilntn
business in company with n darker sons
of Denmark. It Is a place not lacking
One of the chief duties the incumbent
of the office will have to face is the
To Debate LeagueOf Nations
The Social Workers' Club will hold
its first regulur fall meeting In the New
Century Club this evening. The sub
ject of discussion will be "The League
of Nations In tho Campaign." Thomas
Itaeburn White taking the Republican
viewpoint and Samuel I'rlcc Wctherlll,
Jr.. the Democratic.
Scheduled at Pcnn Today
, 12:f50 o'clock Freshman Assem
bly. WelRhtiunn Hall.
'" o 'idoek Pennsylvania board
meeting, Houston Club,
7 o'clock Scalp and Illudc Society
meeting) Houston Club.
7 o'clock Olee nnd Instrumental
Ch.ibs rehearsal, Architectural build
ing. 8 o'clock Rully of Democratic
Club, Houston .Club.
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BIG WRECK DELAYS
Coal Cars Leave Track at Rad
nor, Demolishing Station
,500 AT WORK ALL NIGHT
Five hundred men, working nil night,
had thren tracks open for traffic on the
Main Lino of the Pennsylvania Railroad
nt Radnor by 8 o'clock this morning,
following the serious freight wreck
which occurred 'there yesterday morn
ing. No. 1 track is still closed to traffic,
but n relief force of wrecking crews Is
rapidly removing debris nnd repairing
the torn-out calls nnd ties. Freight
traffic is being -diverted over the Tren
Twenty-eight cars of an castbound
preference freight piled up over Nos.
1, 2 nnd 3 tracks, wiped out a large
section of the Radnor passenger shed,
nnd destroyed n bridge over the rond
way. The trnln was speeding eastward from
Knola, I'a. There were fifty-nine earn
In the trnln. loaded with ooul. A the
tiain swept past the Radnor station, n
broken nrchbar on tho fifteenth car
diopped to the track.
The heavy car buckled to one side
and the succeeding twenty-seven cars
left the rolls and hurtled over the defec
tive car. Coal was spilled over the two
castbound nnd one westbound tracks,
and the heavy steel cars plowed their
way through the passenger shed and
overhead bridge. The three tracks of
the Main Line wcrtf uprooted for a dis
tance of scvernl hundred feet.
It was definitely determined today
that the man, woman and child, been
on the castbound platform u short time
before the wreck, escaped. They
boarded n passenger train for Phila
delphia n few minutes before the wreck
They were Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bow
ers, and their child, of Raduor Inn.
Sirs. Mowers' mother, who lives in
New York, heard the report that her
daughter had been caught under the
wreckage, She hurried to Radnor and
found her uninjured.
Passenger and freight traffic was
thrown off schedule by the wreck. No. .'I
trock wns cleared at 0 o'clock this
morning, nnd traffic wa re-established
on Nn. 2 track at S o'clock this morn
ing. No. 1 track remaiuing closed.
Dairymen along the Main Line, who
ship their milk to this city by train,
wero forced to mobilize motortrucks to
reach their market yesterday.
Patrolman, However, Gets Package
of Dope and Prisoner Gets 3 Months
Patrolman1 Connolly, of the Second
and Christian streets station, saw
Archie Robinson, a negro, of Kater
street near Sixth, acting strangely at
Sixth and South streets last night.
The man had interviewed several other
men, and seemed to be passing some
thing out. Patrolman Connolly ap
proached Robinson and accused him ot
peddling dope. He saw the man place
something in his shoe.
"Take oft your shoe," the patrolman
ordered. Robinson removed his shoe,
and disclosed live pnekages of drugs.
The patrolman seized one imper, but
Robinson placed the other four iu his
mouth, chewed them hurriedly and
He was" taken to the Pennsylvania
Hospital, where the done was forced
fiom his stomach. Today Magistrate
Harrigan, of the Third und De Laucey
streets station, sentenced him to three
months in tho House of Correction as n
WOMAN UNMASKS ROBBER
Identifies Picture as That of In
truder and Arrest Follows
Quick action by Mrs) Fannie Rosen
boum In tearing n mask from the face
of a burglar who robbed her this
morning at her place of business, C0I1
Cnllowlilll street, led to the arrest of
the intruder n few hours later.
Tim prisoner is Thomas Loftus,
Franklin nnd Spring (iardeu streets.
Ho wns held without bail for court
at a bearing before Magistrate Me
cleory at Central Station.
Three other masked men entered the
place und took M."i from Mrs. Rosen
heim's clothing while they cohered her
with revolvers. Mrs. Rosenbnum
pulled tho mask from the face of one
of the men as he ran out. Later she
was taken to City Hnll by Detectite
Pierce awd there she recognized the
pictiuc of Loftus as thnt of tho man
she hnd unmasked.
Loftus was found Hiding ucntuu a
bjircnil In his home.
MAIN LINE TRAINS
A man's appearance
is frequently an in
dex to his character
I Externals do count
, sometimes they
figure largely in the
success and non
success, J You owe it to your
self to dress as well
as possible money
' spent for really good
Clothing is bound
to prove a profitable
JACOB REEDS SONS
youth Mot in struggle,
but puts burglar to rout
Marcel Kauczha, of 232 Monroe Street, Springs on Night
Intruder in Dark Room Tries to Hold Him in Vain -
Marcel Kauczka, seventeen years old.
252 Monroe street, wns shot In the loft
.thiol while putting up a plucky fight
aialnsM lurlur ho found in his home,
CnAfter being shot. Knuczka managed
to hobble to the stairs nfter the intruder
and virtually flung himself down In n
last desperate attempt to hold hlra until
others In the house arrived.
The burglar is thought also to have
been' wounded. Two shots were fired
during the scuffle, nnd the first Is
thought to have, taken effect In the In
Young Kauczka, who sleeps in the
second-story back room, wn awakened
shortly nfter 1 o'clock by n noise m
an adjoining room. He got out of bed
nnd tiptoed to the doorway, where he
nw a tnan ransacWg the bureau
Without giving nn aiarm, naucuui
...), iu n Iilsf vouth. snrane on the
Jmrctnr's back. He. too, was n big
man. nnd a desperate struggle ensued.
Kauczka more than held his own nnd
SCORES RECKLESS DRIVER
Magistrate Promises to Aid Cortel
you In His Crusade
A .ntntitat nnniiaAil nt nnomtlfH? flfl
nutomdblle while Intoxicated wns held
for court today by Magistrate Price,
who declared lie is in ncconi wun wi
rector Cortclyou in thnt official's fight
against reckless automobile drivers.
The man held for court In ?400 bnll
is Robert M. Jones, 82,'U Ccrmnntown
nvenue. Jones was arrested at 1:30
o'clock this morning, together with
Rawnond Fitzgerald, 1227 Hast Cheltcn
ncnuc, nnd Robert Clayton, 012!!
tPl.n nnlnf.int. nnnrntrtil lit .Tones
crashed into n tree at Twelfth street
nnd Wlndrlm avenue, 'llic car was
Fitzgerald was fined $10, and a ?.
fine wns Imposed on Clayton.
Deaths of a Day
G. R. 0STHEIMER
Former Union League Member Dies
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word was recciveu iroin i unw,
relatives hero jrcstcrdav announcing
Ilm dentil nt fienrcc R
I IStneltUer. I
fjii..nlH n mBinlint nt
League, nnd for forty years, until hi
death last Sunday, a resident of the
Mr fWhoImpp wns seventy .years old
and was born in this city. He was one
of the organizerH of the American coi-
ony in I'nris, onn iook uu uic ii"1"
in the socinl life of American since
he went there in 1880, as an exporter
and importer. .,,..!
Ar- n.tlinimAK dh nriiirntcfl in tills
city And wns graduated from the Cen
tral lllgll HCIlOOl in VIC tmi-3-i .-...
He entered business here, and wns a
member of Osthelmer Hro. His wife,
the niece of Anthony Pollock, n well
known lawyer of Washington, died re
cently. He wns president of the Ameri
can Ctiamber of Commerce in Paris, and
during the war was president of an
American charitable institution there.
He hnd six children, and three sons
served In the French nrmy. He was a
brother of William J. O'thcimcr. pro
prietor of the Arcadia cafe in this city.
MRS. BRADLEY MARTIN
Hostess of Famous New York BaM
In 1897 Dies In England
New York. Oct. 25. Cable messages
!...! inu nlfht liv llrndlev
Martin, of 400 Park nvenue. telling ofT
n. .ionl, nf li s mother. Mrs. Cornelia
Sherman Martin, widow of Itrudley
-r..itH ..! mm nf thn llOKt k'tlOUtl of
American society leaders. Mrs. Martin j
died "at her estate, iiampsieuu-.uur-shall.
Newbury. Rerks. Hncland, where
.. . i..i !, livlni- lnro 1D14. tnnucrh
spending part of her time in her Lon
don house in o- l ncsieriiciu uaiunn,
Mrs, Martin, for mnny years perhaps
the most-tnlked-of figure in American
society, was the dnughter of the late
Isaac Sherman, of Buffalo, who hnd
made an immense fortune iu the cooper
Mrs. Mnrtin wa the hostess of the
fnmous "Rrodlcy Martin ball" at the
Waldorf in 1807. nn event thnt remains
a landmark in the social history of the
You don't want to be sick.
You want to be healthy.
Whichever you arc is up to
Send for our booklet.
OF PHYSICAL CULTURE
COI.MNH UI.Dq.. WALNUT ST. AT ISTH
had the; ntan pinned to the floor when
ho -managed to draw a revolver.
Tho boy saw the flash In the darkened
room, nnd grabbed nt the hand in
which the burglar had the revolver.
The intruder shot nt about the same
time, but the bullet was diverted from
the boy and Is believed to have 'struck
Hut In the momentary suspense that
followed the shot, Kauczka released his
grip and the man sprang up nnd fired
ngnln as he left the room, the bullet
striking the boy.
Mnrccl'o parents were awakened by
got to tho head of the stairway just in
time to sec tbc'lntruder escape out the
The Injured boy was taken to the
Pennsylvania Hospital. He will re
cover, physicians says. He could give
hut n vague description of the hurglnr
to the police of the Seventh nnd Car
pi nter strests station because of tho
semidnrkncBs In which the fight was
HONOR DEAD PATROLMAN
Little Girls and Boys Give Flowers
A great rcu nrnri uuur oi nowcrs
bought with the pennies of little girls
living in the neighborhood of the Twenty-second
stree't nnd Huntins Park ave
nue police station will stand at the head
of the coffin of Patrolman John 31c
Antec at his home nt 2820 North Van
Pelt street tonight.
tDuring the course of the evening
th'lrty-flvo boys, members of the Oreen
Ribbon Social Club of the district, Avill
file past the bier and place there, each
in lils turn, u "white eurnntlon.
All this Is a tribute from the full
benrts of the neighborhood children,
who denrly loved the patrolman, who
met death last Friday when the patrol
wagon in which he wn riding crnshed
into n tree nfter a collision with n
machine nt Queen lane and (Jreen street,
killing one mun outright ami causing the
dpath of McAntee the snnte dny.
The collection for the little girls'
floral tribute is being tnken up by
Stella Mallnskl, who lives at 2200 Yel-
land street, directly in me rear ot tne
station" house The money thnt is left
after the piece is purchased will be used
niter tnc pieco is imronasou win dc use
to buy flowers for Sergeant Frank Mn
l.nnn.. .li tt-na ltiiiinrl In 41, n Bnmn n.i
ri,ipnt nnd I now in the Gcrmnntown
SAILORS TO GET MEDALS
Delayed Presentations to Be Made
at Navy Yard
Two Distinguished Service Medal
.and twenty navy crosses were received
ntthe Philadelphia Navy Yard today for
officers stationed there.
The crosses were awarded in cita
tion made a yenr ngo for service in
the war. Most of the uwnrds nre to
commanders and lieutenant commanders
for wnr service overseas on destrojers
Among the officers n warded navy
crosses are Captain Yates Stirling, cap
tain of the Philadelphia Navy Yard,
and Captain C. S. KempfT, iuspcelion
The Distinguished Scivlce Medals nrc
for Captain Orln G. Murflii. senior
aid to the commandant of the jurd. who
established mine bases on the Scottish
coast, and Captain William 12. Itoji
nobis, coiunnder of the destrojers' mT
at the Navy Yard, who commanded the
mine inyer Cnunnduigiiii, which helped
lay the mine Held in the North Ken.
Polished Girdle Diamonds
Supreme for ua''
Tho Polished Girdle Diamond
is decidedly more beautiful and
brilliant than the ordinary cuttinrf -comparison
Sold excluaiwlr brlna Eatublislmicnt
RESTORED OCTOBER 1
with Observation Cur, through Dining Car
and all tho comforts of modern travel.
New Orltini San Antonio Lot Anielet San Franciito
Sleeping Car Service to Globe, Arizona, for the Sido
1 rip to ROOSEVELT DAM, on the APACHE TRAIL
I'or tiiomoffiiit mill I'tnatme address
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
F. T. Brooks, General Agent
1602 Cheatnut Street
nc uniuiPN TdNinHT
Coorgo Wh'arton Peppor and
Mrs. A'rthur Llvermoro Will Bo
Speakers at Meeting
BIG CROWD EXPECTED
Men nnd women from nil over the
state nre expected to nttend the Itepub
llcnn mass-meeting to be held In the
Acndemv nf Music tonight under the
auspices' of the Republican women s
camnnlgn committee. -
With the exception of a section re
served for the workers of the committee
In the various wards of the citV""
the boxes, the entire house will be
thrown open to meikand women holding
general admission tickets, which may
be optnined today at the O. O. P. cafe
teria. M20 Chestnut street, nnd nt the
city headquarters. 500 South llrond
street. The doors ot the Academy will
be opened tonight nt 7 o'clock.
The League of Notions und other im
portant Issues of the campaign will be
discussed by Ceorge Whnrton Pepper,
who will preside; Mrs. Arthur Liver
more, who represents New York on tin.
national executive committee; Miss
Mnude Wetmorc. representing Ithodc
Island on the national executive com
mittee, nnd Mrs. Alexnndia PfcifTer,
who seconded the nomination of gover
nor Coolldge at the Republican Na
Singing of inmpnlgn songs by the
audience and a chorus of lf0 traiued
voices will be one of the features of the
rally. The singing will be directed by
Miss Anna McDonough.
Among the prominent Republican
workers who are expected to occupy
boxes arc Governor nnd Mrs. William
n Onriul Mmnr mill frx. .T. Ilnillll.
ton Moore and' Mrs. Ilniclay II. Wnr-1
burton, chairman of the Hcpiioilcun
women's committee of l'cnnsjlvaniu.
Mrs. GcArsc Horace I.orlmer, vice
chairman of the wajs and means com
mittee of the Republican National Com
mittee for Pennsylvania, und Mrs. Wal
ter S. Thomson, chnirmnn of the Re
publican women's committee of Phila
delphia county, will occupy seats- on
the stage with the speakers.
3 HELD IN $10,000 THEFT
Men Are Accused of Taking Furs
From Store of I. Burklm
Three men were held without bail for
court bv Magistrate Carney yesterday,
charged with the larccnv nf $10,000
worth of silks and furs from the shop
of 1. Ilurkim. 271 South Klfty-second
street, several dny ngo
The men, who were arrested nt
Twenty-first and Green streets when
nn nutomobile in which they were rid
ing broke down, gnve their mimes ns
Tony Mnrdo. Twentieth nnd Green
streets; George Lucas, Fifteenth and
Winter streets, nnd Juan Lugo. Second
nnd Lombard streets. Three bag con
taining the stolen goods nre said by the
police to have been found in their ios
.scsslon. These were identified by
11th and Chestnut
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MISS MAKGARKT MAJOR
One of tho silent poll watch
t.t who wi i tie seen on citi'liou day
bcuHns liiitniers like the uhoe.
They ask contributions to a. fund
fur n nerniunent iiicmorinl to the
late Dr. Ann:' Howard Shaw, long
n suffrage leader
Beginning this morning
The only event of its kind we have held
in years !
An Unloading Sale of Perry's
Entire Fall and Winter
Stocks of Higher-Priced
$400,000 worth of the
Finest Merchandise ever assembled
under this or any other roof!
At Substantial Reductions
HERE is no occasion to discuss
J the Whys and Wherefores. They
are too obvious to need explana
tion. Business has got to be stimu
lated, and the only stimulus the
public takes to in these times, is re
duced prices. So we're furnishing
the stimulus. We're going to clean
out our entire 1920 Fall and Winter
stocks, and you are going to buy
them, because we have marked them
where you can't resist them !
What does this sale contain?
EVERYTHING ! ! !
EVERYTHING in suits, from
staples, to the most radical novelties
loomed EVERYTHING in over
coats, from the finest imported
Crombies and Beavers and Shetlands,
to the choicest coatings of American
mills EVERYTHING in evening
clothes, from Tuxedos to Full Dress
overcoats EVERYTHING for
every man everywhere, formal or in
formal, day-time, night-time, play
time, or any old time at all !
The Sale involves Every Single Suit
and Every Single Overcoat, in our
Stock formerly priced at from $60
up to $100, and now to be sold out
at once at Substantial Reductions !
Low-priced originally cut and
double-cut now !
PERRY & CO.
16th and Chestnut Streets
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MAY OFFER JW 5
Company That Paid Bank'i
$40,000 Loss Through Slain
Messenger May Act
FOR PAUL SLAYERS
ONE MAN STILL DETAINED
A reward of SiiOOO for the cnpltire of
(he slayer of David S. Paul. Camden
tank messenger1, found burled In ft
swamp In the New Jersey pine belt near'1'
Tabernacle, X. J., on October 10, Is
planned by the authorities seeking tol
unrnvel the myterious robbery nnd'-''
I'roiccutor Charles A. Wolvertbn, o!
Camden county, said todav the insur-
anee company which mnde good the Jo'11
of $40,000 In cash that wns in Paul''!!?
possesion when he disappeared October.
5 1 considering offering n reward. I'BuLt
also curried ?:i(),000 in checks when hft,t
wn lust seen at the Cnmden ferries orcr
his way to a Philadelphia bank. These "
were found In the pockets of the mur-'j'
dered man when his body wa unearthed'
by duck hunter in the swamp on tliVi
road to Sooy Place, (if teen miles frora.i.
Following Paul's disappearance a re- f
ward of S1000 was nosted bv the In.
surnnce company for his apprehension
rnnce company for his apprehension
nn embezzler, but the discovery' of lX
i body ehnnged the entire aspect of';
cae. The authorities ore at lo"
to understand whether Paul was tb''',
victim of u conspiracy to jrob him, with''
a woman a it decoy, or whether the
murdered bank runner had planned to
embezzle the fund nnd wns later mur
dered by his companions. .
'rank .Inmes, nn automobile sales-'?
man of Hrooklawn, X. .1,, a shipyard'
village south of (llouccster, is still dc-i'?
tnined by the Cnmden authorities as the""'
la-t known person to hove seen Paul0''
alive. James, the authorities declare, .
was often the companion of Paul and'f
on the day of Paul's disappearance''6'
droc the murdered bank runner to the"