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WATERBURY’S DEATH
VEILED IN MYSTERY
Family of Manufacturer Blame
Accident. Railroad Reports
Point to Suicide.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK. December 21.—There
was some mystery today over the death
of John C. Waterbury, 49, manufacturer
and socially prominent New Yorker
whose body was found yesterday along
the tracks In the Pennsylvania Rail
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He was returning aboard a Lehigh
Valley Railroad train from Wilkes-Barre,
’ Pa., where he had gone earlier in the
we*k on business.
E J. Pyne, district claim agent of the
Lehigh Valley, said reports to his office
, indicated Mr. Waterbury had com
mitted suicide. To support this theory
he pointed to the fact that the door of
the compartment occupied by Mr.
Waterbury was locked from the inside
and a window open Blood stains
were found on the window sill.
On behalf of the family, however, n
statement was issued saying "the
meager facts available indicate that
his death was accidental." It declared
he had been "in good health, in sound
financial condition and was extremely
happy in his home life.”
Dr. William Braunstein. assistant
THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C.. DECEMBER 22, 1929—PART ONE. ’
physician of Hudson County. N. J.. said
he would officially report the death as
"probably accidental.”
Mr. Waterbury was a member of a
family prominent in polo circles. One
of his brothers, Larry, was a player in
international cup matches. Surviving
are his widow and two children.
Only 2 Blows Struck.
MEXICO CITY. December 21 (&).
Scnorita Concepcion Treo Anaya is in
a hospital. Senorita Esperanza Her
nandez Lopez disliked the idea of her
father paying attention to Senorita
Concepcion. Therefore she issued a
challenge to a boxing match. They
met in a corral outside the city. Seno
rita Esperanza hit Senorita Concepcion
and Senorita Concepcion hit the corral.
PREMIER TARDIEU GETS
VOTE OF CONFIDENCE
French Senate Commends Admin
istration by Vote of 253 to 2,
50 Not Voting-.
By the Associated Press,
PARIS. December 21.—The Senate
last night voted confidence in the gov
ernment of Premier Andre Tardieu after
Foreign Minister Aristide Briand and
former President Alexander Mlllerand
had enlivened the proceedings of that
generally staid body with an exchange
of courteous oratory. The vote was 253
against 2. with 50 Senators abstaining. 1
When M. Mlllerand expressed doubts j
of the efficaciousness ot the Locarno
policy of Briand and challenged the
Young plan for reparations, he was met
with the retort by the foreign minister
that "France will go to The Hague with
the firm hope to have the Young plan
adopted, thanks to the complete accord
between the allies and Germany. At
neither The Hague nor at London will
questions of the security 9t peace and
reparations be opposed one to the
other.”
Millerand had charged. “Your Lo
camo policy will transform Great Brit
ain and Italy from contracting parties
to the treaty into judges."
Briand retorted: "Other men who
have negotiated direct with Germany
did not return with hands full.” He
| referred to the negotiations conducted
by Millerand at Spa.
“The entire French government r®p
resenting the French people will speak
at The Hague and speak in a spirit of
conciliation,” Briand said in his defense.
Austria Increases Sugar Tariff.
VIENNA, December 21 f/PV —The
National Assembly yesterday adopted a
measure increasing the duty on sugar
by $1.20 per 220 pounds in order to
protect the domestic beet-growing in
dustry.
Golf Stars Join Forces.
LOS ANGELES. December 21 Iff*). —
Walter Hagen and Leo Diegel are going
into the movies together.
BROTHERS STAY ANGRY,
BUT TWO HOGS MAKE UP
Younger of Pigs’ Seconds Is in Jail
Accused of Assault With
Rifle.
By the Associated Press.
REDWOOD CITY. Calif., December
21.—The trouble between Rudolph
Mitchell, 63, and his brother Henry, 61.
started when Rudolph’s pet hog and
Henry's pet hog got into an argument
last week.
Rudolph took his case to Justice of
the Peace Edvard Farrell yesterday.
Rudolph averred that when he tried to
eeparate the embattled hegs. Henry got
mad”because his pet was getting licked.
Then, says Rudolph, Henry got out
i his rifle and fired four shots, non* of
which hit anything of importance. Ru
dolph. feeling that Justice still remained
unsatisfied, swore out a warrant chaf
ing Henry with assault with a deadlv
weapon. Henry Is in jail in lieu of
$5 000 bail.
Meanwhile, the hogs have made up.
Mary Returns Mdvani’s Car.
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I NEW YORK. December 21 (/P).—Now
i ; that Prince Serge MdVani has made up
with Pola Negri Mary McCormic wants
| nothing more to do with his auto. She
; says she has shipped it back to him in
. Paris. It is an expensive thing of Ena
-11 lish make. "I had only borrowed it.
; 1 you see." sh* explained.

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