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ASKS JURY TRIAL Ovid 0. Sizemore Charged With Assaulting Two at Paint Shop. ————— , Ovid O. Sizemore, who had three persona arrested Tuesday, and last night was himself lodged in a cell at No. 6 precinct, demanded a jury trial when hailed into Police Court today to explain two charges of assault. Bond of $1,500 was set in the two cases. Quizzed by newspaper men, Sizemore said he could recall nothing of what occurred between the hours when, po lice say, he set out to improve law en forcement in Washington and wound up in a paint shop on H street near Second street, swinging a hatchet at his former employer. ' r he latter, Fred Meyers, declared Sizemore came in through the base ment by breaking a door latch and at tacked him while he was seated at his evening meal. Meyers dodged and re ceived a slight scalp w'ound from the hatchet. In the scuffle which followed, Jane Richardson, an employe in the paint shop, was said to have received rough treatment at Sizemore’s hands, losing one sleeve of her dress when she at * tempted to break away to call the police. Both Meyers and the woman were complainants against Sizemore. The defendant admitted to reporters that he had been drinking for about ”45 days,” and expressed the opinion that “this thing has gone far enough.” He declined to say, however, just what had gone far enough. Sizemore, who was a paperhanger. embarked on his vice crusade Tuesday afternoon, causing the arrest of a col ored woman on a charge of possessing whisky. Then Sizemore collared a man who. he charged, had solicited alms from him. No sooner had the patrol wagon deposited the prisoner at No. 6 precinct thin Sizemore reported the capture of another alleged alms seeker. Both of the men were released, how ever, in the absence of a complaining witness in Police Court yesterday. Trial of the colored woman was delayed until Sizemore could be located. i BORDER LIQUOR RUNNER SLAIN, ANOTHER SEIZED Customs Men at El Paso Fire in Darkness for Seventeenth Time This Year. By the Associated Press. EL PASO, Tex., March 27.—Guns of customs men have flashed in the dark ness along the international border here for the seventeenth time this year, car rying death for Francisco Velarde, al leged liquor runner. Velarde was killed last night by ■United States customs officers, who said ha was struck by a charge of buckshot as he ran for his waiting automobile. His companion. Jesus Jaso, was cap tured. A large amount of liquor was seized. El Paso today unconcernedly went •bout its business. Citizens, accustomed to gun fights between smugglers and , customs guards, made little comment on the incident. An Inquest into the slaying has been set for today. PAY RAISES APPROVED CHICAGO, March 27 OF).—Flans W increase by approximately 33 per cent the salaries of professors and to limit the number of liberal arts students were approved yesterday by the board of trustees of Northwestern University. The trustees also approved plans to appoint to the liberal arts faculty ad ditional outstanding educators and to create new scholarships and fellowships as a means of developing the arts col le*~ QUICK RELIEF FROM PAIN-WRACKED FEET A MESSAGE TO FOOT SUFFERERS FROM Al Not only quick relief but lasting is the assurance that Ground Gripper Shoes give to all foot sufferers. The secret of their comfort is this: Perfect foot freedom in shoes that conform to the natural shape of the normal foot. Ground Gripper Shoes > allow your foot muscles to exercise the way nature intended entirely free from friction and pressure. And remember there is no guess work in fitting you with the kind of shoe you need. Shoes are fitted by Gripper-graph. 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"The province repudi ated Mr. Drury's policy and returned 92 supporters of the government out of a total of 112 members in its Legislature. “If the officials at Washington desire accurate information, and they will send some one properly authorized, this j government will be glad to afford them every opportunity and assistance in every way possible in securing data upon which they may make up their minds.” Babbi Nieto Dies in West. SAN FRANCISCO, March 27 (/P) Rabbi Jacob Nieto, attached for 40 years to Temple Sherith Israel here, and na tionally known for his efforts to better conditions of the working classes, died last night in a San Francisco hospital : after a brief illness. He was born in England 67 years ago. 1 i V/hy many women get 6 or more of these delicious soups lIVIfIA I The day is past of providing for just a meal or two Q W d vlllftwv • st a time. Your grocer will tell you that where he used to sell one or two of the Campbells Soups to a customer at a time, he is,now selling six or even more of these delicious soups! So the nation-wide fame and popularity of the leading Campbells favorites is now extending to include the rest of the 21 different Campbell's Soups. It's a sure proof that women today wish to buy their food in a fascinating variety. Your choice... order any of these | | g | A Campbell’* Soups from your grocer WM\ I J | - mm m AM delicious 30ups Bean Mulucatawnt Beef Mutton ■ SET EL' by Campbell’s famous chefs Chicken-Gumbo Pbintanie* (Okra) Tomato _ ClamChowbb Vegetable For your list today we suggest : The family’s greatest Consomme Vegetable-Beef r u rr ® o a l * 3 , . , Julienne Veimicilli-Tomato favorite—Campbell s Tomato Soup# A hearty 9 substantial soup Campbell's Vegetable Soup. A dainty, clear soup for the guest dinner—Campbell's Consomme. A decided novelty—Campbell’s Pepper Pot. A soup whichis especially t wholesome for the children—Campbell’s Pea Soup. There s real . „ “A meal in itself!” That’s the way women describe convenience g g Campbell’s Vegetable Soup. No wonder. It contains 15 6 cans at a time! vegetables —a tempting, satisfying lunch or supper! 12 cents a can. THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, T). C„ THURSDAY, MAJICH 27. 1930. SOUTHERN BANKS REFUSE ALL-COTTON CROP LOANS Farmer Must Grow Food for Fam ily and Stock to Find Favor, Louisianan Says. By the Associated Presa. ATLANTA, Ga., March 27.—Southern banks generally favor the policy of re fusing loans to all-cotton farmers, F. W. Ellsworth, vice president of Hibernia Bank & Trust Co. of New Orleans, told the first annual meeting of the South ern Bank Management Conference here yesterday. The farmer must grow food for his family and feed for his stock to find favor with his banker. Mr. Ells worth said, quoting from papers read at the conference to show bankers were refusing all-cotton loans. The conference closed a two-day meeting yesterday after asking the American Bankers’ Association to make the affair an annual event. The time and place of the next meeting was left to the general committee. Seven hun dred and thirteen bankers from nine Southern States registered during the two days. » 1 ■ • —■ ■ ■ Black swans arc disappearing from the rivers of Western Australia so rap idly that there are fears that this inter esting species may become extinct. A Garage for YoufCar New Material at Low Prices » w /^ NMTIONTOROO^ nechingerCo y APOCK-BOTTOMPRICESJ 3 —Branches—3 MAIN OFFICE*6- &C- Sts. s.w CAMP MEIGf V--&FI«.Ave.N.E. BRIGHTWC „ Ga.Av» N W : WIRELESS PLANS BARED Britain Prepared to Give Canada Direct Service. LONDON, March 27 (IP). —H. B. Lees- Smith, postmaster general, told the ! House of Commons yesterday that Great Britain was prepared to provide i i ■ ■ ■ r ' ’ i Contest Closes Monday, March 31 Will Win the S4O in Cash Prizes? First Prize $25 in Gold Second Prize $lO in Gold Third Prize £5 in Gold What Is This Man Saying? TELL us in rhyme (not over eight lines) what this man is saying about his “bum” timepiece and win one of the above GOLD prizes. Contest doses Monday at midnight. This is our last ad on the contest—act now'! You Must Use These Two Lines: 1. Throw that cheap watchaway, , Buy a Schwartz timepiece today. 2. You must bring out the convenience of Chas. Schwartz & Sons easy-payment plan of buying world-famous timepieces at cash prices for $1 a week. Write your name and address plainly at top of paper. In rase of a tie each tying contestant will receive the full award. Evryone sending in a reply will receive SOMETHING. Address your answer as shown below. Address—Care “Contest Editor” Chas Schwartzs Son Perfect Diamonds 708 7th Street N. W. 709 14th Street N. W. V J direct wireless telephone service to Canada. He said the Canadian gov ernment had indicated a preference tor this direct service. 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