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Detectives Find Victim of Ex
plosion Was Careless and Negligent tNEW BRUNSWICK, Dec. 30— Detectives William Fitzpatrick and -'&area Collins investigating the of twenty-one year old Rich ard Nichol at the Morgan plant yes «rday morning, learned in the ourse of their inspection late yea efrday that negligence on the part jf young Nichol in failing to ob <«v'e the rigid rules of the arsenal n. closing an Iron door that a pol ite! of a shell struck into his mou li vhich resulted in his instant death. Officers of the Columbia Salvage '6m pan y Informed the detectivts »nd the prosecutor's office, that Vichol was time and again warned ; oi make use of all safety devices iQd like some of the other workers failed to heed the caution of the superiors. The detectives investi gated the spot where Nichol met his iiéRth and were shown a 'Ί inch bar ricade to prevent fatalities of yes terday It was also learned by the i detectives that the iron door, whi'h : Nichol failed to close was in per fect working order. E. W. Hammil. local agent of the ι Columbia Salvage Company inform- ! *d the prosecutor's office that tho salvaging of shells will be comple»-ι ^d not later than nert month. Theie ire about from five to ten thousand j -hells and it should not take more ! han two weeks to wind up that ι vork. KUN TO PROBE ! KILLINGOFTWG «.· · - 13 ' .NEW ORLEANS, I-a., Dec. 30 (By The Associated Press) —Hie Louis tnan organization of the Ku Klux Jvlan will seAd its own agents into •Morehouse Parish to investigate the idnaping and killing of "Watt Pan els and Thomas Richards last August, according to an announce ment by a high state official of the Ltian· The action, he said, was de eded at conference here yesterday of heads of the state organization. It wan stated that the investiga ion probably wjuld be started within the next forty-eight hours. CITY JBRIEFS The Salvation Army has invited ill! the children to their auditorium on Madison avenue to celebrate the t -hristmas tree which has been pro vided for them at 7:30 o'clock to night. Condemn Race Hatred ROCHESTER, Dec. 30.—Religious intoleration and race-hatred spirit .-•as bitterly condemned by Justice . \rthur S. Tompkins, of Nyack, ■ .*rand master of Masons of New York State in an address here last ' night before Master Masons of twen ryyeix lodges in the western counties. COLLEGE MED HT ANNUAL Hl-r CLUB DINNER HERE The fourth annual Hi-Y Club sup per to college men visiting their homes on their Christmas vacation was held in the Y. M. C. A. last night. There was plenty of "pep.'* college spirit and enthusiasm shown by the thirty gueste and club mem bers present. The supper commit tee was made up of Ralph Sharp, Fred Eur bank and Alton Roth, the meal being served by members of the Y. M. C. A. Ladles Auxiliary and the Girls Auxiliary of the Hi-Y Club. The ;iffn!r was presided over by ι Ralph Sharp, president of the Hi-Y Club. General Secretary W. II. Warr extended the welcome to the college men from the "V" and Roy Nielsen, president of last year'e Hi-Y re sponded. The various college men present spoke briefly, extending the greetings from their respective schools and giving advice as to how ;o win "when you get out of school life into life's school—college. ' Huyler Romonil presided at iho piano, many songs and cheers oeing given during the successful gather ing. Among the guests were: H Ε. Romond. M. A. Smith, H. W. Baker, C. A. Emmons, L. L. Seaman L. Stern, H. Jensen. Ν. W. Pierce. D. A. Preacher, Κ. Cheshire, G. Munn Roy Nielsen, J. F. Walker, Jr. Douglas Fraser, Mi nous H. Cannon, II. A. Nielsen and John Stockel. S3 SUNDAYS IN 1923 [ Nineteen twenty-two which is to pass o»'t of existence at midnight tomorrow night had fifty-three Sun days according to the calender. There were twenty-seven Sundays in the last half of the yeoff which is somethin gthat has not occurred it is said il a number of years where there have been one more Sunday than the4e are weeks in the year. This fact was made when the year ι le was ushered in on a Sunday and will pass out tomorrow on Sun- ! day. WOODBRIDGE Rene de Russy will epend tue veek-end and holiday with Paul -îewman at his home in Lakewood. The members of Fire Company So. 1. and their guests wii! enjoy a 'Deer Dinner" tonight at the fire louse Township Clerk Andrew \eyes was the lucky sportsman t>y vhom the deer was shot on his re cent hunting trip in Ocean county. VIrs. Larson will serve the dinner. Miss Elizabeth Peterson attended he alumni dance at the Amboy lign School on Thursday night. Among those trom here to attend he dance of the Girl's Club in Perth imboy last night were Mr and Mis. iarold Van Syckle, Mi as Victoria irown, Miss Margaret Crossen, Miss ladi. Martin, Paul Noel, l,eon Mc· Slroy and William Allen. Mrs. Thayer Martin entertained he members of the Winnebago 'amp Fire Circle at a delightful :hristmae party yesterday after ιοοη The Catholic Daughters of Am rica will have their entertainment onlght in the form of a Social Evening at the Columbian Club orner of Amboy avenue and Main treet An excellent entertainment las been provided. Tho annual Men's Club of Trinity Church entertainment will be he d η the High School auditorium jtt January 26. Several prominent out f town entertainers have beeen ee ured. Fatty Arbuckle's Name is Not Mentioned in Their Deliberations TRENTON, Dec. 30.—Without mentioning: the name of Roscoe (Fatty) Ar buck le, the New Jersey State Teachers' Association here yesterday at the final session of a three-day convention at the Siaoy Trent Hotel, adopted a resolution authorizing: its president to appoint a special committee to confer with a similar committee from the na tional association with a purpjae of bettering the standard of motion pic ture exhibitions. This action was taken in response to a communica tion received from the national or ganization requesting that the state teachers urge the absolute barring of Arbuckle films in this state. Another resolution urged that the "capitalization ot" public schools for ultra school intents such as special weeks, drives and essay contests'' be discouraged. An effort will be made to have the legislature change the time of the annual meeting from the holiday week to some later ci ate in the school year. The teachers further went on rec ord as opposing any attempt on the part of the legislature to appropriate money from the Railroad Tax Funds for any other purpose than the main tenance of public schools, for which it was originally intended. Superintendent of Rayonne Schools Preston H. Smith, was re-elected president of the organization for an other term to succeed himself. Other officers elected yesterday included: First vice president, Elmer D. Wag ner, of Pennington; second vice pres ident, Josio P. Klages. of Camden; secretary, Charles 33. Dyke, of Mill burn; railroad secretary, Mary 3?· Lawler, of Paterson; treasurer, S. [da MacMahon, of Trenton. The executive committee was se lected as follows; Adele Cox, of Jer sey City; Ida D. Sargent, of Pater son, and Grace R. Ball, of Dover. All terms are for one year. BONAR LAW NAS PLAN LODOK. Dec. 30 fBy The Asso iated Press). — Prime Minister EJonar Law will take to the Paris conference of premiers a complete ilan, upon which the British cab r.et passed, agreement for a final lettlement of the reparations prob em. it was announced in British of •ials quarters today. Start Pamace Action NEW BRUNSWICK. Dec. 30.— Γοηγ Bianco, minor, through his ather Frank, of New Brunswick, in stituted a suit in the supreme court Hard on Crook? Bank robbers might succeed in stealing this messenger safe with its contents of money and securi ties. but they'd have a hard tirco opening it, say its inventors. The combination lock keeps it shut against Mary and Phillip Janucci, of 104 Ogden Place, Perth Amboy, for $10,000 for each defendant. The complainant alleges that on August 21, when Tony was crossing: Reni sen street, this city, he was struck by the automobile owned by the first defendant and driven by Phillip Janucci. Au toe Collide Here A collision between an automobile driven by Stephen Pasterzak of 88.7 State street and a car of Reder Brothers, of 315 High street, driven by Oscar Sobel, occurred at the cor ner of Madison avenue and Fayette street yesterday afternoon. Both cars were damaged according to the report of the accident made by Of ficer Archibald Mason. Have Celebration Frem Singing Society held a Christmas tree celebration last night at Frem hall for the members and their families. Hans Jensen was Santa Claus and he distributed the gifts to the children, from the tree. There was dancing ci win?- the eve ning and refreshments were served. Letters of Administration NEW BRUNSWICK, Dec. 30.— Letters of administration were is sued today by Surrogate Forman to Dora H. Waring, of Perth Amboy, on the estate of her husband, Ed ward J., who died December 6. leav ing a personal estate of $11,000. MM KILLS POLICEMAN, SHOOTS GIRL, THEN IS SHOT CHICAGO, Dec. 30—One of three men early today shot a High School girl as she was enroute from a school entertainment, killed a po liceman and in ' turn was shot and probably fatally wounded by anoth er patrolman. The girl, .Miss Min nie Flnkelstein, seventeen, was shit through lie hip. Her wound wis ! not serious. At a hospital, the wounded man I refused to iadentfy himself. HAPPY NEW YEAR SAYS GOVERNOR EDWARDS TRENTON", Dec. 30.—Governor Edwards today placed his seal of approvale on newspapers as the best means of publicity. "At the end of my first year in office," he said, "I appealed to the i-ress, instead of us!n£ cards, to ex tend the compliment of the season, and I found it excellent. I^ast year I wan prevailed upon to use the radio, I did, and no doubt my voice reached many. But north, east, south and west I was reminded that somebody had not heard from me. as they had the year before. For that reason. I jçain nsk the press ίο extend for me to all the people of our state and to the governors of other states, my best wishes for a most happy and prosperous new year, with all that got ν with it." Can't Quit Something new In injunctions: Corunna (Mich.) business men are so proud of the efficiency of their mayor, Forrest B. Perry, that .they're going to seek an injunc tion to make him rua again. He gets $50 a year. ^TWF ΑΓΡΤΓ C0NTIKD0U8 PERFORMANCE, 2 TO 11 The House of Perfect Attractions TODAY LAST TIME TO SEE Anton Scibilia, Presents BILLIE ROGERS AND VARIETY GIRLS In a Melange of Songs, Dances and Melody, Pretty Girls and Pep Galore Electro & Company Four Melofuns Sensational Electrical Nov- f Harmony Singing elty Whittier's Barefoot Boy Whistling Novelty j Dance Review Silicara & Van Dall Sisters And The Great Photoplay DUSTIN FARNUM IN "JUSTICE·' And The Twelfth Episode of RUTH ROWLAND IN "QUEEN OF THE TIMBERLAND" Also Harold Lloyd Comedy and News MONDAY—NEWS YEARS DAY—AND TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Big Holiday Program Charles (Buck) Jones — IN — "Boss Of Camp Four" AND FIVE BIG ACTS OF 1 VAUDEVILLE Direct From Leading Sew York Theatres Great care has been taken | in selecting these acts. Each * one bears the stamp of approval necessary before it can appear on the Crescent stage. Also Comedy and New* SCHEDULE OF SHOWS On New Years Day There Will Be Four Complete Shows e Vaudeville will appear as follows: 2:30, 4:43, 7:00 and 9:00 o'oiock "AWHOHggjg CONCERT ORCHESTRA MATINEE 2:00 NIGHTS 7:00 AND 9:00 CONTINUOUS SATURDAYS AND HOLIDAYS 2:00 TO 11:00 PRESENTING ONLY THE WORLD'S BEST PHOTOPLAYS TODAY LAST TIME TO SEE Mary Pickfard S£$ ALSO COMEDY AND NEWS Beginning Monday, New Years Day a vivid true story in pictures "I LOVE YOU DEAREST. HELP ME TO WIN!'' What is a kiss" The sacred bond that unites two loving souls forever—or a promise to be east lightly asideΫ The story of the girl who refused to stand in the way of her lover's career—who was ready to sacrifice her deep devotion for his happiness is one of the most beautiful love stories ever told. You will be thrilled by the power, by the beauty, by the romance of it. Here is a picture that you will take to your heart. OOLOWVH AW ZI A VEZIERfKA ε . MAfON HOPPER mdJirio»a I *v MONTAGUE GLASS A GOLDWYN PICTURE ALSO COMEDY AND NEWS X SPECIAL MUSIC BY DITMÀS ORCHESTRA UNDER DIRECTION OF RALPH GUNST REMEMBER! CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE MONDAY, NEW YEARS DAY FORM 2 UNTIL 11 P. M. COME EARLY IF YOU WANT A SEAT Today Last Times To See î STRAND Counihan & Shannon, Mgrs. Today Last Times To See . 1 ι CONSTANCE TALMADGE IN "EAST IS WEST" PATHE NEWS AND TOPICS OF THE DAY 'A ΐ m L Sol Lesser \β presents ALL NEXT WEEK MONDAY—NEW YEAR'S DAY CONTINUOUS—2 TO H P. M. JACKIE COOGAN IN W "Oliver Twist" Screened as the world would wish it—reflecting thé laughter and tears, the human essence of a grand story. PATH ENEWS AND COMEDY MAINTEES—DAILY 2 TO 5 P. M.—EVENING 7 & 9 P. M. To Day MAJESTIC ΤΘ ί Day Counihan and Shannon, Props, and Mgrs. MATINEE AT 2:30; EVENING—2 COMPLETE SHOWS—7 AND 9 P. M. 5 Big Acts of Vaudeville 5 FRANK MAYO IN "CAUGHT BLUFFING" AND 16TH EPISODE OF "DAYS OP BUFFALO BILL" ::..ïï - . _ .. .· Monday, New Year's Day, aid Tues., Wed. 5 Big Mammoth Holiday Bill Ej ACTS OF HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE·^ And PETE MORRISON in "Crossing Trails" A THRILLING AND VIVID WESTERN DRAMA 2 Complete Shows At 1:30 and 3:15 P. M. Monday Afternoon—At Night 6:30 and 9 P. M. New Vaudeville Program Thursday Matinees Daily at 2:30—Evening 7 and 9 P. M. LAST CALL To Reserve Your Table For ι -i·? . * New Year's Eve Celebration ■ - . :* Supper Dancing Entertainment Favore For All HOTEL MADISON TELEPHONE 1990 JACOB' GOLDBERGER, BANKER L ESTABLISH.» IK** J F. J. MONAGHAN, Opt D. BÏK8IUHT specialist ign 109 SMITH βτ Daily · to 19. 1:80 to 6. Monday. Friday Saturday Night Till · Cutnblitbed 10 Tear· Telephone ϊΐΐβ S. H. ROSTKOWSKI Druggist Prescription Specialist 175 Hall Ave. - Tel. 134* Perth Amboy, N. J. 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