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frX' i Tl'f ' Av. ") r EVENING- PUBLIC LBDatSR-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JANUAKY 27, 1922 Iff-' u FEARED BEATING, SHOT, SAYS BODDY (Torrjfied by Sbrlos,ef Puniah- ment Told by Other Negrees , ARRESTED AS S U S P E C T Bpteial Dispatch te Kvcntng PaWt TMetr New Yerk, Jan. 27. I.utlicrvT)edly, thr Nccre slayer en ttfal for his life for shoetlna and killing Detective Francis J Ducklcy en January t, 101a en the utand today before Justice Was Was icrvegcl lb Supreme Court his story of the fchoetinc eM the evcnlw leading up te it. He said he wan overcome by fear of n henline when Detectives Buckley nnd William A, Miller took him in cus tody. When he saw the green lights et the Went 135th street station house, he raid, he get "excited and dlziy and reached for his gun." Jleddy, questioned by Ilcrman Hoff Heff man, a member of bis counsel, told of dories he had heard from ether Negroes about beatlncs administered by the two detectives. He hud never been urrcstcd by them .before, he said. Asked te nnmc the persons who had told of being bentcu, he named Themas Jtoblncen, Themas Key and a man named Jacksen. In 1018 he testified Robinson, who worked in the same shop with Ueddy, returned te work nfter an arrest, badly beaten, nnd sajd Miller and Hartley had done it. In 1010 n Negro named Clarence Robinson told Beddy. the slayer said, that a Negro arrested for rebbcrv had been freed by tbe Court because Miller and Uuckley had "framed the case en him." Beddy feared, he raid, that the tame beating nnd "framing" would be done te him. Arrested In Public Scheel Beddy said lie bad received n letter from hlb wife, saying she was te be lib rated from Auburn Prison, but net naming the exact dale. Ou January 0, the duy of the sheeting, he went te Probation Officer Charles 1j. Allisen, in Public Scheel SO. te try te ascer tain the date af the discharge. Allisen told him te call up the next day and Bodily stepped te copy down the tele phone number. Ai he was lcavinr the office. Beddy testified, the two officers stepped him ted nsked htm what he knew of the sheeting of Policeman Rese, of Harlem. "1 don't knew unj thing about it," Beddy answered. "Ien Knew all about it." the dctcc tlvcs replied. "Wc heard it was you wne din it. Bnddy, he said today, denied the rrime -nnd they kept insisting that lie was responsible. When they get te Seventh nvenuc, one of them ruised, the Negro told the Court, nnd said, "We'll get it out of jeu. Yeu knew what happens te a nigger that deeui't enie across." As they went toward the station house, mere threath were inane, the Inst remark he remembers being, "You'd better reme nereM,." "I get excited when I saw the green lights of the station house," he wild. "I get dizzy. I stretched out, for ray revolver. "The next thing I knew I was run ning down Seventh avenue with the re volver In my hand. After running n reup'c of blocks I stepped nnd get en a bus. Then I took n trnln te Jersey and Went te my methcr'ii house." Beddy does net knew whether hit mother was n sleep when he spoke te her or net, but he said, according te hlj testimen : "I get in treub'e in New Yerk. Don't ask uny tjucRtiens." The Negro then n) of his flight te Aenark, ami et his wild ride In n rsxxknb, dressed as a woman, toward Philadelphia, where he was cnptuicd. Elkton Marriage Licensee Elkton, Md dun. 27. Marriage li censes were issued here today te the follewing: Harry Deyle Philadelphia, Hnd Helen McCleskry, Darby ; Andrew Schneider nnd Minnie Cehen, Atlaulc fity; Warren Kellcy nnd Mary Hnell, Halt imine; Lebere Uuielde, Pert Do De posit, and Jennie Begnne, PerryUlle, Md.. nnd Jeseph A. Bird, IJlslug Hun, .inl Cvelyn Debler. Celern. Md. Jeseph Messmnti nnd Margaret Stour, Philadelphia, were refused a license, the protinectlve bridegroom bclilg n miner. WARRANT FOR TOWNLEY , Embexzlement Charge Faces Him en Release Frem Jail forge, N. D., Jan. 27. (By A. T.) A warrant has been issued here for the arrest of A. 0. Tew.iley, president of the National Nen-Pnrtisan League, charging him with implication in th? alleged embezzlement of $3000 from the Scandinavian -American Bank et Far go. The warrant, which wna issued in the Cass County District Court, will be 6crved en Tewnley when he is re leased next week from the Jncksen (Minnesota) jail where he is Serving a ninety day scntcuce for conviction en n elm r go et violating the State cspionage law. It is charged in the warrant that Tewhlcy en January 20, 1010, at Fnrge, "did feloniously advise and) en courage" J. J. Hastings, former lce president of the bnnk, te "commit the crlme et embezzlement J thnt Hastings nppreprlnted the $3000 te his own use, te the use of the defendant. A. r Tewnlcy. and te the use et unknown persons." A warrant wns Issued In Cass County for the arreBt of Hastings, but he went te Seattle befere it could be berved. Yeu are absolutely sure of Steigervvalt quality. Yeu, knew that. Se bear in mind .. ; that the same quality is here at reduced prices. CY ioiaervDali Weel Vigp l42Q Clwinu! St. pert DAME FASHION. EVER AT ONE WITH THE TREND OF THE TIMES, INTRODUCED THE SPORTS COSTUME APPARENTLY AS A FANCY, A MOOD OF THE MOMENT BUT SHE WELL KNEW A COSTUME SO VERSATILE WOULD USURP MANY ONE TIME FAVORITES WOULD LEAD THE WORLD OF FASH ION TURN FROM EPHEMERAL FANCY TO ESTABLISHED FACT " FROM TEMPORARY MOOD TO AUTHENTIC MODE. Che three-piece costume, with its chic frock cut en slender lines, witli its jaunty cape or coat of Mandarin flare in the sports suit, uith swagger box coat and the smartly belted model share the honors in the Spring Display of Sports Fashions. English tweeds, basket weaves, hemespuns, elette, melresa, Dundee tweeds and Kasha cloth are introduced in a galaxy of new colors, ranging from delicate pastels te vivid tropical shades. SUIT PRICES 35.00 AND UP WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT, SECOND FLOOR -vna i run k 1 9tt I BONWIT TELLER & CQ Uiie Spcaatiu ShcpcfQriainahen CHESTNUT. AT 13 STREET Founded in 18G5 C. J. Heppe & Sen Downtown, 1117-19 Chestnut St. -ti u .1 . u i u" Uptown-Cor. 6th & Thompson Sts. The Heuse that HcPPc buiIt President, Florence J. Heppe, Sen of the Founder Inaugurated the One-Price Syatem in J 88 1 Elsie Baker, the popular contralto at play. Miss UaUer vtakea records ex clusively for the Victer. Our bargain department contains many I Inn- fi"e values in WOCU rebuilt pianos P,' nil guaranteed IIQ.TIOS for live years and exchange able witliln one year. Decker Bres. upright Piane Walnut $185 Jules Upright Piane Walnut 235 Pease Upright riane Mahogany 245 Chickcring Upright Piane Muhegany. . . 240 Royal Upright Piane 0 hegany 250 Grand Pianos De Luxe "The Heuse that Heppe built" effcra the greatest group of grand piane3 in the world. Net only de we carry the celebrated Masen nnd Hamlin grand pianos, but also the famous Henry F. Millcr,Webcr, Steck, Edouard Jules, Heppe and H. C. Schemacker. Here are seven wonderful instru ments. Prices arc from $745 up. Due-Art Reproducing Pianos This latest development of the piano industry will de all that the best player-piano can de, in ad dition it will actually re produce the very playing of your favorite pianist. The Due-Art is made only in the Stelmvny, Weber, Steck, Whceleck, Stroud and Aeolian pianos, all of which we sell. Prices are from $895 up. A Victrela for the modern home Here is one of our most popular Victrela outfits. With the great de mand for period furniture this outfit answers every requirement. We have ether outfits from $25 up. 1 I Victrela 1 1 I m W W I " Period Console Cabinet I ' $95 I t "Nf (leeks like 250 cabinet) Pay only fl.SO Weekly WfflVWVWnryiffyyv pr Mnll This Coupon for Full Informutien V.J.IIcppcU3UIIlUptewnm1 & Tbompaen Sts. FhlU. Without any obligation en my part please send full information about (mark X below) ; JU Pianos 0 Player-pianos 0 Victrelas Led. V2T.22. This Great February Furniture Sale the Peerless Event in the Furniture World Nothing that we have ever attempted in" the way of a sale approaches this in the magnificence of the collection or in the variety and values of the offerings. Furniture resplendent in the newest and most pleasing ideas ever evolved for the comfort and beauty of the home. Cordially we invite our customers and the public te view this matchless exhibit and make comparisons of quality and prices. Open for Inspection or Selection Tomorrow, Saturday, January 28th The pick of the country's best factories and the choicest designs of our own. Furniture prices, n anything, are lower than last August, but most manufacturers say they have struck bottom and the tendency is te advance with the improving times. BR II ' ,"t' 'III 1 f.m T8gmh&j&m'jy A-SAT'i II iiwPmi i II r lilWl1!''1 SiS I! ill rffifem I i ft 01' lis 15 tm? . ; 1 S I ! CLI !,S " 'S WW itjl ' M zr--', iii niii i mijwi ii i I ii i i .."- .jzz.-j&z- "..''''z-zzr-r ' y .., Foreseeing this, we never made or bought se much Furniture in preparation for any ether event in our histeiy, or under such economical advantages. Genuine Mahogany, fine Walnut and Oak; rich veneers, and all the trustworthy weeds that have made Van Sciver Furniture famous. Acres of Furniture, luxurious and superb. Styles rich in ornament and as plain in design as the most varied tastes could wish for. Quality Furniture with Van Sciver values as the dominating note savings that no competition in the Furniture field can approach. Let your eyes see and your senses judge. Jein the thousands who will come te leek, for the better posted you are, the mere certain it is you will supply your needs at this Great Stere. tsssJassfes s&si- tt7&z-&zsy f.v-- r-- 7Z &? -. .rV-Sti-'W -.ii71- a" - I'r: rr m v '12 c- expense. Extraordinary Reductions In Rugs Reductions that include every Rug and Carpet en our spacious floors with the exception of ene line. Standard weaves, that represent the best products of the country's leading mills. These arc net special purchases bought for the occasion, but are irem our regular stocks. Designs and colorings te suit almost every need. An opportunity that will appeal te these who knew values best. Te our customers we say make the most of these savings new. All Oriental Rugs 25 te 33V3 Per Cent Less Itulilon,XTen tedny'3 priccs' whlch mean3 imcmJ w... .i,n i n.u,r,! tw t,1u .,.1 Tr ab0Ut nc-lmlf What thc3 5 cst a year age. Seme . . ,, 4 v.ui .i y. w ..... v....w -. w..H,. uutau UiU ViUllCAU UU9IKI1D. Clocks and Lamps Share in the Big Reductions Greater 6alngn than re linve leen ebl te offer Btnce before tUc war Yeu can cheese from tla tiniest unci nient iirtlstle of lioudelr i le -1h te tl e m.iRnlllcent I (rill Clocks with fconTeu-i ciiluiej l'"our liun drcd different u- is en disila, with thousands In our ' i .ln uuen J.ven thine tn the l.aini) 1'epartnient from Candle utlckH te Ten' ere A w jndtrful collec tion at weiidt'rfn! jluc.i WICKER FURNITURE AT INVITING PRICES A wonderful collection for Sun Parlors, Sitting Keonis, nedroenis and Perches Artistic and comfortable designs in the richest and most oxquisite color cffcct3. Hundreds of .Suites and Pieces uphel&tcrcd in verdure tapestry nnd cretonne. Most important of all at values that will read ily convince you tha thia Great Store is Headquarters for Wicker Furniture. Bountiful Economies in Our Drapery Department Cretennw, Lacs CurUIns.'Pertlerea and Drapery lf.brlej In a varied and ehann lngr urray Fabrics takeu from our rer ular Bleck nnd marked at prices ntrtctly In ncferd with the savings In our Feb ruary Kale. nLYNTKLTS and SPRE.VD3 llkewU reduced faubfltantlal aa1ncs that will preva oe. nemlcal te the most careful buyer. Office Furniture at Fehrmarv Sale PHpac An opportunity many business men wait for, whether the need be for u Sini? Artlrln of Kurnihim nr .,- dozen efllccs. Kell and Flat Tep Desks, Tables, Chairs, Desk Lamps; Office C?e?kB and SlsZu All fr. nt. fT-me Cl are characteristic of the lowered prices which make our Fobraery Sate famous Offlce LaveuTs SftSl hv iSSdi?t 8,,VnI!, tbat representatives and cstimutcs Cicu. -earj .aie xameus. umce Laeuta plaiuied by thoroughly experienced These who wish te EXTEND PAYMENTS for Furniture ever a period or several months, can make convenient and satisfactory arrangements. tharoTu.rkeSTe'itwM! nr?T ,?,'.. 1',.ur' n ciJtoer7"ew dr throasheut th, year nil' ini'KnPl iiwi l? JU.I h.Vn "' 8a'M 'uch " th,B u, oannet nrkM lower. LiiVmVHA"10 ')ECAT. YOURS FOR THE ASKING. """ " " "'i rrmiiu nu ueueiiiiui place, te rat In the two cities. $ vHSl jqi mm Stere Optnt at 8:30 A. M Lleui cl 5:30 P. M, Manufacturers. Imnnrtrrs nnrt Rntnilnva MARKET STREET FERRY, CAMDEN, N. J. I AWi '9 Ttltphene Ceiuiectisnj Ptnmjkania, Call Lembard 6200 U..L-. c.... f . . . HmUu.r. 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