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Clothing Company Executive
Victim of Strangling . in Robbery. By the Associated Press. NEW YORK. May 15.—Fourteen suspects were arrested today as 50 detectives began a search for the strangler of Edgar L. Eckert, clothing company executive, in a subway sta tion washroom. Seven of the suspects tvere colored. AH were arrested in subway stations. Eckert was found, strangled, robbed end beaten, in a washroom of the In dependent Subway Line station at Forty-second street yesterday after noon, and died before an ambulance arrived. - Pawnshops and old-gold buyers Vere being covered in an effort to trace a heavy gold medallion stolen from Eckert. His walet and gold watch also were missing. Executives of the firm said Eckert lived quietly with his family in the Bronx. He always dressed well, they said. They expressed belief that his appearance caused the slayer to imag ine that “a rich haul could be made by robbing him.” Eckert had been with the clothing firm 36 years. He began as an office boy. His body was identified by a base ball pass on which his name was printed. IL DUCE GIVES WARNING PARIS. May 15 (/P).—Premier Mus solini asserted in an Interview pub lished today by Le Matin the warning he delivered last September—that military sanctions would mean Euro pean war—extended now to any in crease as well in existing economic sanctions. Italy, II Duce declared, was ready to throw its full weight against “any one attempting to grasp from us the fruits of victory won with so many sacrifices.” He said the Italian people were content with their victory in Ethiopia, achieved despite the League of Nations penalties, and sought now only peace to complete their work. njngraHMMMMiH *3|R98«jKgiHttseffi| NAVAL PACT GETS FAVORABLE VOTE Foreign Relations Body Acts—Senate to Get Treaty on Monday. By the Associated Press. The Foreign Relations Committee today voted to report favorably to the Senate floor the London naval treaty. Majority Leader Robinson an nounced it would be taken up Monday in the Senate. The treaty provides limitations on the size of vessels, but none on the number of ships that might be built. It would provide, however, for an ex change among the signatories of in formation on projected building plans. Robinson said he expected little opposition in the Senate, although Chairman Nye of the Munitions Com mittee has indicated he would protest that the treaty lacked any agreement to limit actual naval strength and for that reason would not prevent a naval race. The treaty will go Into effect next January 1, or as soon thereafter as ratified by the treaty powers, and continue until 1943. It provided that1 in 1941 Great Britain should initiate negotiations for another treaty to take up again the question of further limitations which could not be agreed upon at the London meeting last Win ter from which Japan withdrew be cause of failure to win consent for parity with Great Britain and the United States. The treaty signatories are the United States, Great Britain and Prance. - CITES TRAFFIC AIDS F. E. Scheer Outlines Eight-Point Program in Radio Address. An eight-point program designed to improve traffic conditions in the Dis trict was outlined in a radio address last night by Andrew F. E. Scheer, former member of the Traffic Advisory Council and president of the Northeast Conference, a civic group. Speaking under the auspices of the Federation of Citizens' Associations, Scheer assailed ‘'trivial” regulations that are carried on the statute books. ANOTHER IS SOUGHT IN Y.W.C. A. SLAYING Pushcart Man Latest Suspect in Mrs. Guild's Death in Chicago. by the Associated Press. CHICAGO, May 15 —A colored rag picker was sought by police today as the latest suspect in the brutal Y. W. C. A. Hotel slaying of Mrs. Lillian Guild, 59, and the attack on Miss Lois Rlckert, St. Luke's Hospital nurse. Police said they had learned the colored push-cart man had been miss ing from his usual haunts In the vicinity of the Y. W. C. A. Hotel and the Nurses' Home, less than a mile apart on Michigan Boulevard in downtown Chicago, since the body of Mrs. Guild, a widow, was found In her room last Saturday. Lieut. Richard Barry said the de scription of the rag-picker fitted that of the powerfully-built man who yes terday scaled a lire escape and beat Miss Rickert with a brick before he was frightened away by other nurses. Lieut. Barry said he was convinced the man who attacked Miss Rickert was the one who slew Mrs. Guild. Supporting the police contention that both crimes were committed by the same man, Lieut. Barry said, were similarities of attack. In both in stances the attacked used a brick as a weapon, a fire escape as a means of entry and exit, and a room at the end of a corridor as the seen* of attack. Leon&rdtown Licenses. liEONARDTOWN, Md., May 15 (Special).—Marriage licenses were S issued here to Raymond Levey Dean, 23, of Hollywood, Md., and Mary Ben net Russell, 20, of Leonardtown, Md : John Francis Royal Plater, 23, of Wicomico, Md., and Agnes Florine Thomas, IB, of Clements, Md.; Wil liam Dyson, 22. of Hellen, Md., and Mary Etta Hebb, 15, of Chaptico, Md.; Testa James Johnson. 32, of Hollywood, Md., and Grace Elizabeth Abell, 26 of California, Md. ' •* NO MONEY I DOWN I 5 YEAR PROTECTION PLAN IT Copyright. 1930—G. *. Co. DAIRY \ FRESH y/ttuitj /axJMttw I . 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