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The Evening Journal
- - J *! WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1920
WEATHER
. i
Circulation
Yesterday
Non-Returnable
19,92
Fair, not quite an cold to
night and Saturday; dimlnish
lug wind*.
THIRTY-SECOND YEAR. NO. 215.
24 PAGES.
TWO CENTS.
PEARY, DISCOYIeIOFTHTNORTH POLE, DEAD
*- - L *
RAIL BILL TO
PASS DESPITE
5/i l*er Cent. Guaranty to
Owners Held To Be
Fair Figure
BARKLEY SEES NEW
RAISE LN RATES
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20 (United
gua^nty .eSTS? the"radread b'll
appeared today as the main obstacle !
that the m asure mus< overcome if it is
luri' 6 f*S! C,, „ by C ? tt8 ^f S before re
Organised Yorkers are backing up
I he stand of the majority of the House
Democrat« that the guaranty provis- ■
:.<ns mem higher rates and give undue
fwi*,! 0 Y'. n,r8 The 1
-nh-rlL Inleret'ale 'HowmcrAT- T
I» ring the Interstate (/ommorce Com-1
ZSTj* Ä2S. ? Ä"o5
loads may b giiarant.cla r. turn of,
irorlrty .
. , .. I
Workers and the railroad brother
hoods, according to a memorial sub
milled to Congress today, appear to
be more opposed to this provision than
the plan in the bill, for arbitration of
T,° r d r tM ' t a ' ,h0 " Rh ., S 7 e j; al de '
tails of this system attacked
Despite objections, the Democratic
tiouse leaders are expreslng confidence
ü'atlhnconferenee report wm be afg
proved by the House tomorrow. The
Housv will stay In session until some
__ Continued on Page Thirteen, I
n
m
SLAUGHTERED
Population of Seven Villages
Murdered by Turks,
London Hears
LONDON, Feb. JO (t'nlted Press.)
npiiln.ions of seven Armenian villages,
In (he vilayet or .Adana. Turkish As a
150,000 OTHERS
ARE IN DANGER
Minor, have been massacred by the
Turkish national's! rebels, accord ng to
sQmi-oecial advices received here to
day.
The Armenians have appealed to the
Allied authorities to provide them vv'th
arms vv'th which to protect themselves
from the Turks. Advices Indicated the
situation in Cillela, where 150.000 Ar
menians were In danger of aajinihilation
lias become more ser ous.
French forces, it was reported, have
bescigi d Marasîi ,
Clltcla Is an ancient division of .Asia
M nor bordering on Jhe Mediterranean
near the Vilayet of Aden a.
BROKE BABE'S LEG
IN FIT OF ANGER
William D. Roh'nson, of No. 108
South Franklin street, was held In a
8300 peace
K'ngep In Municipal Court Ibis morn
ing. Rob'nson made things so uncom
fortable for hls family last .night that
Patrolman Se'bold «ns ailraeled to the
house, and later arrested Robinson, af
ter hls wife had a warrant sworn out.
According to the Icsl'mony of Rob
inson's wife, he threw a baby go cart
at her. and broke up a lot off urnlture
last n'gbl. Some Urne ago, she ad
d(Xl he b^oke hls little boy's l«g diir
, Ing a fit of anger, and also slopped hls
smallest child's face until it was black
and blue.
Robinson admitted doing these things
and gave as his exoaire (hat hie wife
doe» not keep the house lldy Robin
bond by Deputy Judge
son now walks on crutches, he having
hurt his fool a few days ago.
EVANGELIST N'YGREN HOME.
David F. Nygren, the popular evan
gelist. arrived in Wilmington yesterday
from Chicago He and his party will hold
their next series of revival meetings In
F w t
nWotn. to dtroct a onion mooting. Their
(•»•>- p x*
n :,
».uu i . M.
TODAY'S TEMPER (TI RE
At The Evenng Journal OITlre,
12.00 P. M.34
100 P M.37*
800 A. M.24
10.00 A. M..30
SEN AND TIDE.
r. 48 A. At.
5 40 P. M.
Sun rises .
Sun sets ..
Mouth of Christiana.
High water ....12 10 A. M.
Low water .... 7.30 A. M.
I^OUND—POCKETBOOK; OWNER CAN
A have name by paying cost of nOv.
Œ Mark«'" Uelica "' S8,n st0 7,', .'S^? nd
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LOST AND FOUND
(Continued on Page Twenty-two)
ALLIES HOPE
ITALY HILL
New Note Rearardins Fiume
Controversy To Be Sent
Nitti Government
D'ANNUNZIO STUNNED
BY DEVELOPMENTS
HOME. Feb. 20 (United Press).-|
?**P e * l h * dr,atîo
CdSt tt ! ' hadow of gloom over the en- 1
Hre clly of Flume," according to direct j
advices here today.
lalion" one dSpatch said P P
The' situation in the disputed city
no w held by the forces of Oabri.
rt'Annunzlo and formerly an officer In
the Italian army was lescr-bed as pltl
ul ^ There la an accute food shortage
and the lack of raw materials which
STJ 9 b . ro,, 1 «'; 1 ln because of the
blockade and Industry Is paralyxed,
the Jlspalrhes s«ld.
DAnnunzlo was reported 111,
f rom nervous prostration. He col
lapsed several weeks ago from over
work, it was said, and was unable to
fill an engagement to address the Klum.
council.
Physicians from Venice were called,
the dispatch said, and ordered the poet
to take a long rc*t but he refused.
-
WASHINGTON. Feb. 20. (United
Press).— Formularen by the United
Slates. Great Britain and France of «
Continued or Page Thirteen.
WORKERS EARLY
FOR SUFFRAGE
Ballot for Delaware Women
Urged Back in
1831
Mr*. Florence Bayard Hilles. Delaware |
chairman of the NatKnal Woman'»
Party, today disclosed a fart relative
LABOR TODAY IS
FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS
suffrage that is not generally known, j
It Is that as eirly as 1831, Delaware
worklng men urged that the right of
s ÄÄr ,owora ~- I
il will be of Interest to your read- •
er», above all, to those Interested In the
evolution of democracy to read the
following excerpt taken from the His-,
ÜTî*TiÆ
OT: -0„. « 5= fnr
eqml suffrage In this country was
rraSrsr:Är«5
ÂrïtÂS.";'.
New CasUe county early In 1831,
they urged that the right of euf
«» It, retSe. -ll.il 11 »îuM l>, no
easy U»sk, at this more advanced
pirt of the march of mind, to makn
lain the ground lha was assmred
In excluding females from the right
of \otlmr at the poll«. This Inter
estlng portion of the community
comprtser a fair mo'ely of our p*>p
■I they be
denied the Immunities of free men 7
Does anyone deem ttial their In
lerference hi public affairs would
be prejudicial to the general In
lerest or would '«'«Pretend to .
measure their capabilities for Jurtg
Ing correctly In relation to self
government?
"'Let us reflect Ihot It has trot
been considered commendable to
give their attention to those sub
Jerks Let data be found, before an
attempt Is made lo calculate the ex
of their Influence
tent and utility
or the salukirv effect of their lak
Ing part In'that In which they
have, or ought to have, an equal
Interest.'" »
"The resolution In behalf of equal
Continued on Page Thirteen.
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HRIYRR DESERTS HORSE
AFTER BACK IS BROKEN
-
One of tho most Inhumane act« pe
cently brought to the -attenllou of
Mû I lack S. Ray. of the S P. C. A., wan
that of a driver who backed hl« horse
■^er a bank on the Park Drive yester
day afternoon, permîtllncf the an nal
to fall a distende of 30 or 40 feet. In
the thd animai*« hick was broken.
nnd. Ii is «aid. the drivrr did not ^v-nlnear
It' 1 '*' l ro,, bl e to unfasten the uorse
'Tom the heavy cart to which it was
attach«;, but abandoned It.
1
_ The suffering animal lay from 1 to
i o clock before II» misery was nu'edj
** y ' ,r Fll V. with ibullc*.
Vr - R:, y stated this morning Plat he
d , 1 !. ro L te T-'W t!, P name of the l.vver,
^ urh 1,1 e team was owned by Jjhn
PJmlips, of No. 1200 Maple street.
ARCHANGEL IS
CAPTURED BY
Scat of North Anti-Bolshevik
Government Taken,
London Hears
GARRISON GOES
OVER TO RADICALS
LONDON, Feb. 20 (United Press'- a
hMW,re,eM dl8 P^ Moscow today'»'«
claimed that the Bolshevlkl have cap- ;
tivred Arelsangel and that the Areh- i
jauge! garrison has Joined the reds
Russla tla * been v «ry favorable for the '
Bolshevlkl for several weeks The fall :
of Archangel was not unexpected He- I
cent communiques reported the
forces advancing «long the Onega -nd >
Dwina rivers while antl-Bolshevlk
troops were mutinying, murdering their *
oT.cers and Joining the soviet Ci
The antl-Bolshcvlk
Nlkolsk.
about 100 miles north of Archangel, was
reported In a communique received yes
terday to have revolted and Joined the
soviet troops.
The fall of Arrhengel seat of the
north Russian anti-Bolshevik govern
ment If confl. med will pract callv*verify 1
the Soviet's clalp, that active military
opposition In Russia has been crushed
First red armies defeated General Yude
nltch head of the N'urthwui,.»
Bolshevik government and la™r thé I
«ntl-Bolshevlk forces of general n»n» 1
kin In south Russia and Vlrniral Kol
Siberia were dispersed
DELAWAREBOYS
LEARNING TRADES
Industrial
is
Education
Found to Be Beneficial
to Large Classes
/-I A VMAMT ct * t-v-t
LLA 1 MONT START
The Christmas holidays saw the c'os
'm? of the most «ucceseful evening In
NEW CASTLE AND
tojdustrfsl classe« so far set up In Del
aware. The number and regularity of
the students In these elasses In draw
ing and mathematics for men employed
!ÂÂvSoî e .^^o^ u, i d c
permanent need of sueh work •■sp«'
dally In view of the tendency to relax
after the war Impulae is gone. The
new term opened in January with Ihlr
SShlTSSTi TÂTÂ
ÄS ÄV'XrjvÄ
of trade extension evenj"
r**' ^
Those who are familiar with rDla
«are known that outside of the C'ty of
«ÄS Î7V " 'T" 'IT
b.ri™ ^ ;n«S,ll!rtn. ,r '.«mm,?nliS)
«-here the prorresslvencss of the local
school authorities and the full co-op
fr at.'on of the mamrfaetnrers have
made It possible to open evening trade
classa*. Pour men have hern employed
tn ^ instruct'ons In blue-print read
, nf elementary drilling, and mathe-*
r „,, |Vs , n NVw r , 1sr „ , nd ln . ..
and the fact that between 50 *nd 60
men regVdeped the first week Is very
.neo.irag'ng In New Cast] ,hc large»!
nlimh , T n f men com" from Iavo sVel
carting concerns and from a hard (Ihre
srPrit »|t v plant fp t 0 this I'me all
ibe Cavmont men have born employed
hr the \Vdrth Oompany. the most sink
i na feature of the class he|ra that l)
)s mart( , np supertnl enden Is, fore
m en and toumevmen steel makers and
gh„p maintenance men
aavmonl, which has had all Ils
growth within a vear or two. Is also
, hn hom „ of plants of the Genera'
chemical Companv and of lhe Ni
t onal Anyllne and Dye Company and
promises to be a community of con-;
s+derable Industr'al iprnm'nenee.
Although there is no comnlsory part
time continuation law In Delaware, W1I
0 .. .
Continued on Page Till.teen.
FOUND DEAD WITH
BULLET IN HEAD
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Special to The Evening .Journal.
DELMAR. Del., Feb. ».-Je««« T.*
Wells, former treasurer of Sussex
county and well known farmer, was,
found dead in bed wllh a bullet wound
In hi« head this morning ai his home,
WhllesvilJe.
Members of his family are at a loss
to account for why ho should have
end-d his life. The coroner has been
notified and will hold an Inquest. Mr.
Wells was active In Democratic parly
affairs
The Rev. Zack W. AVella, pastor of
Weslej M. E. Church. Wilmington, is
a son of the deceased, and came here
at noon In response lo a telegram. *
LOUTH TAKES
TOISONAFTER !
Lawrence McGee Swallows
Bichloride After Parting
With Woman Friend
f
HOSPITAL DOCTORS
SAY HE WILL LIVE
Lswrene*. McOee aged <r, year , who
with bis mô'lter. Mrs. Annie J.
McGee, *t No 21)1 Market street, drank
a Flass containing bichloride of mer
cury Iasi night and Is now at (he Del
n n * I" «»-d to be favorable and
,lla rerover > expected.
, >' ou "* man. «ho was formerly
s T Pennsylvania H II
"* ta *** ont
JJeompanfcd a TmmT M '* "iî; 1 h *
iTi* 110 " a > 0,in * worn a friend,
^CtÄ"* .IT' 1° Til
,nd ,hat
h Tv . 7i,n,.ù L.? . i
nLrhfng hoX f T ^
"c"Çning nome about II.TO o clock. ;
h e ° 0rd , n ?J° ' ,,alrmpnld m"de by m-m
bep * <* ••»** family UHs morning. Mo- I
''tf WPTI ! ,0 W,F batb room. Shortly
h * W * Jk '' d ,nto th * • u,rp
"! l h . e ^° nt of ,he ^welling, clutching
u, TP,? and ' ra "b |n F for breath.
I * *l d on 8 P° o1 t ' , ble and at
t '' n T l . U m !! de ,0 M ' p,lr8 * Pby*lcUn. but
* they had not succeeded and til«
^ lt,0B ' v ',' becoming «or»e t >, ( .
po,lce am bulance was summoned l
" hen lhe rr *"' v reached .the house th*
C^v.TUTn U ~ l0 ^'
hospFal 118 b m lbe 1°
Shortly »fier rr»rMr .v. ». ' . I
MeOee rraiv. d md lo'd h ,7' P f® '
•i bichloride uf m - .n Lî i? 0W i. n î
refused to give any for hta act
hU*«later for ' usa nn ^ P *T 1 b> i
I «vvrenre ns «'In T «wound, and i
of the family had h " i
lo use It ^ b oaulloned not
TOOK CAR AWAY
TO MAKE REPAIRS
As lb ere
wag no felonious Intent
Shown on the d fendants part, .lofm
I. K * • •, 8n «ulornoCjiv» mpalrmon was
on » ebsm* of larocnv Of an
aiitomobic belong'ng to Harry Tussey.j
'udge Finger' Vn "Municipal fiurt 't'his
morn ' n F.
renah^to TWovî* 1 Ke,, L h îî midp
returned It. Tussy eomnlMm d"' th'2. h .i
had not been put In the enmilt'on ho* ex »
pœb d. Kelley (hen took the ear from I
bus ne»» to make lhe repairs {bet Tu*- 1
had complained had been uns-dl*
factory.
Tuswy claimed that he had spccin
TO DRAW WAV«
UK AW I LA1\S
ofno.25school
__^jouiwu
At * *P<*daI meeting last night of the
"rebuilding» committee of the Beard
tUSSf ""Ä J T"',°
thonii»l I« pm»™ £•» «à ml«5)
tlon '' for »be new No 25 School. Third
and Bayard avenue. i
The «Iruclure will be iwo-rtnry with
« clan rooms library, assembly hall,
an( * other moilern features of a com
munlty school U I» cxpcctcl that the
'•. nn, . ra f' "»• be let and construct ., n
'"'-I upo,, the building In th*
s P rln 8- i
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SPFNTS M09T GF TIMF
OI 1 UP I HT! Hi
ITMIYTTR HfirTnO'C V K
UilHLli HULI l/ft O LAKL
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m . rH ., nn p k «« ..
hlc'-RHui, Feb. In.—\Mlltam H. Sp'
i er ' of lhe " s , ' er nl11 " farm - near
fS. e ' Ay P' ,lnr,,II y injured whon hr
"'b 11 '' loading a large hog scalder
8 ar ! ,1 1 v ' 88 1 broken and he was other
P lnJ " re<1 nb,,ul ,hc
— J construction !
skirled upon the building In the early
'
___
',* P , lnJ " re<1 nb,,ul ,hc '«F 8 - Hue to
sl pplna 0 " so ine lrr »" bas h.tfl many
m sha rs dur.ng the past two y.-.rs,
" "T' 1 07 h s tlm " having ben spent
under care a physician.
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CUT-PRICE GLOVES
FOR HARLAN MEN
. .
b * ™ P 0 p,y W i!l
Store Monda v nio^ning I, '! rlan ship > 8r '|
be ?o 8 ' ? 8 ' S
abouté! if ° f
[about II over prices eteewhere.
DANCE FOR ( (MnilMTV SFRVirr
Th .. r T . ... ... . .. ,
time daneo V night m( the Avenu« rfnnnl
jn g Academy form *rly U Eden Hall
proce 4 j^ 0 f* the d inre will he nlvpn tn
the campaltoi fund of Hie Enm/nnnitv
Service. The chaneron«* win he Mr/
Marie H Haughey Mrs Ororire F
Vuatermuhl and v?;. pi nJSL *
' * > ' '
ALFRED HALLMAN STRICKEN.
Hallman, aged «5 y ars, of No
Rodman street, was removed from
Aandever avenue and Claymont street
at 3.2a o'clock this mornifig to the
Delaware Hospital by the pollc am
bu lance, suffering with an attack of
acute indigestion. There was little j
change in bis condition at noon.
WAMOUS explorer victim
OF ANAEMIA; NA VYMEN GIVE
THEIR BLOOD. BUT IN VAIN
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Admiral Robert Kdvvln Peary dlsrov
errd the North Pole on Aurll K (DOS
...Hing Ihe .tars and ,(ri„e, ll.rr.
«of of his
•<
l presence. He died of
um«-mio at his Washington home toduv
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I III ./II Kail Kliail
"Wu/IL ll/ll Ll\U/iU
IIP1I nnOllflTPri
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i JflCll llllllfllviril
I IlsJillUfl 1 .13
C. B. Keiscr Transferred to
Altoona and I. B. Sinclair
To Frazer, Pa.
AMOS C. DAVIS NEW
MOTIVE POWER HEAD
Several well-known' s Wllminertnn rail- '
mad men have been transferred under
lh " mnrganlxatton plan adopted by the ;
p ' >nn *y |V8nla railroad lnrld-nt to U.e ,
» n,>s being turned back to Hi- eorpora
Hon bv the Government
f; M . ....
powcr on 'b** Maryland division with
at French street station, hag
(been Iransfcred to Altoona Pa In the
!,-ame cu.i. itv ' ' " '
motel to superlndenl of motive power.
of
F-nJer Pa P " * d,N Slon wllh offlces
» i ' «rove at one »'me ,, mw iri™
"I "SI î™ 1 «' ° r ."l' **J M
r" i"*'. i
P * "*
^ '"J^b
0 1 « ilh ofnêra aî îhë Penn^lv^n'»
.«rmfnai * a
L '. l'I ' 7,°
at BroaJ street station,
'' p
T'T. â IM«7r«T mxrn^
fflAIRMAN H AYS TO
" * 1W
VISIT MVYT IVFFK
TlOll Hi-iAI IILiLIY
- I
, . ... . ,
" c " n * ' r '" ' l ' 8n ' " h ls j
.looking forward lo the biggest event
Its history on Saturday night of next |
week, when the club will have Will II
K V „ Ma " py ' 0 °î
Dover - has been made assistant general
superintendent at Broad street station,
Philadelphia.
M;)v , eha|rmnn n f lhe Republican ni
P ''™" °' lbC "' P ,bl fan na
Honal romml I. .«» Us guest at a com
Pllmentary dlnn-r at the Hotel duPont.
The dinner will not be held tomorrow
evening as erroneously stated In a
7ùr r fi oelkera'vvm ineh.de Governor
« »men sp^AKcrt win inrmn« Governor
John «• Townsend. Senator L. HeUler
Ball. Congressmau Caleb R Layton and
Mavor Wintam G. Taylor.
The d,nner w,n be halted to club
members only.
MATCH FIRES GASOLINE.
Melvin Hut. bin-on. Neg-o, |8 yertrs
old, of No. 1235 Hcald street. Is suffer-1
Inug painful bums uboul the face and
nock as a result of dropping a lighted
cigarette Into lhe gasoline link of the
automobile of David Zutz, No. 315 Del
aware avenue, which he drives,
was .taken to the Delaware Hospital in
|he police ambulance.
He
MT. SALEM CHURCH SUPPER.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Riddle
Memorial Chapel will give a supper in
the social hall of Ml Salem M. E.
Church. Nineteenth street and Mt. Salem
lane, tomorrow afternoon and evening
The first table will be served at 5
o'clock.
Intrepid Admiral of U. S. Navy Reached
Pole on April 6, 1909 After Right Pre
vious Attempts — Dr. Cook's Claim to Ear
lier Discovery Easily Disproved—Had Been
in Railing Health for Two Years and Was
kept Alive Only Through Blood Trans
fusion—Talks to Family Immediately Be
fore Death Comes
I .WASHINGTON Frh Nt dulled Press!_Rear Admiral Rohm E Peer*
dlw", ,™NoAh Pole died M lïïT«,ïIv
NAILED STARS AND STRIPES
ON TOP OF THE WORLD
Deelh occurred .1 his home here, where hr «ns lehr« after • recent oprv
Hon for nrmirloiiB iniarmli. m Uit \n«l HmiiiIaI htm
ÂTÂSTÏÎ mLSTSL MM showed . ....hi
rhangr forihr brit.r und «u> taken t» hi.me, whers he .„neared to he
.«rmertng. Intonhy Peary MiMd quite atroa,. It was horned at hU rrsidrnee.
% rrhinsr was aulTrrrd durlna ihr niaiu
liurv's wife son sou In law daughter and a nlere were at hi* home
when he died lu law. daughter and . nicer were M his home
JV rv i, U s hcen in fillln« health fnr fwn vesr« hu» th. f.c» ...
erally known unl"l h/'wa" uk'. V? Um n«7l li sDltl?^^fo? th^^hh^
Iransfuslon oneration * P ' bU ' 0<1
At (hat time Peary did not want the news of his llln-ss to become public
as h # . f t .|i r ^, t dn of a «needy and complete recovery mil did mil wkl in
° * " ,e ly ,nd con, ' ,|pte r ««>very and did not wish to
hi. fHends
.i.,, h , , .. , , . . .
«toJfTSS^Lta
I... t llll., ."V, h V. .f.ivVi Aa ?*," Î,. \ vonw ' m- weeks. He could
v ., lh .,dl|y growing'weaker ' ° - r * " ,p le ° f 1 ' e#e hf
IN .ry^ndnd wL Tie.r untl. very ne.r th- end. It was stated a, hls
residence During yesterday hr talked with a number of people and appaiw
«»Up took a lively Int- resl In all that was going on.
I " ,ri,liî lhp la * 1 tWu > Par * P'' ar > haa undergone between forty and fifty
,,lorM, tr " ns f U! " , '"' It was learn.-d. In spile of this the desperate n«hl for
lo hl> doct , or8 antl memb «r. of hls family.
Those ..fferlng Ihelr blood for Ihr tran»fos|nn opcfalions were'enlisted
men of the navy and attaches of the naval hosf Hal.
^ rP, ' ,t,v '^ blm when he ded «ere the widow, hls daughter. Mlft.
Edward Stafford, famous as the "snow baby," born In the Arctic; hù son.
Robert E. Peary. Jr., and hls niece. Miss Madge Di dutch,
Peary's last publlr was In_
Sleffanson. the Arctic explorer, to til
National Geographic Society, at a
February. 1919. when he Introduced
meeting here.
Peary has been a rlose follower of
aviation dev lopment and was i resident
MAY DISSOLVE
NEWARK DISTRICT
_ , , _
f F a ? ay *
ers Meeting FavOfS Lnter
inp CountV Svstem
l"g ^OUHty ôyStCin
-
incentive is
LOWER TAX RATE
of 11,6 Nl 'W'«rk school d atr et held last
nl * ht ,n 0,6 blgh school favored dis
-s;"» "• «««.«
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I'm«Perts arc that this will make the
'** I ate rnU( '' h ,owcr ' vhrn U»e pro
001 l# «meted than It
, bp ™m ng • spec's! dia
^ }^ e of lhe meeting on no-1
"on of Dr. Waller H . SI. ele, a vote
"an taken on the proposition of dis
-
into Hie county at slem. Twvnty-lhre- ,
persons voted for this motion, seven
voted agv nst dissolving the district
T* twrnt Y- tw ° wouW
themselves. Although It was explan .1
hst ,he voU> " ou,lJ bP In
bir-^w. It simply
«hereby lhe members of the school
(board could get lhe sentiment of Uie
Uax.payera many of lhos<' attending re
fused to commit Ibemselvs. stating
Continued on Page Thirteen
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not commit
no way
b' lng a method
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PARAI FNBÇ Ï IFF
« Ai\/\L 1 LlLi!,
nPniMn | rmrn
Ul Di^tL/LL/H/LI i
-
m_ ... , .
a "'"T* .2 ?:""' tTnm par8| Y al * •"
ra' 8 " V°' ' r ,,!bd ' n . d « ,h
ear y tn « morn ni? of David Con*!qn
tine. y prominent a few yi^rs ago a* a
church chorstcr and band lender. He
has led choirs at Newark M. K Church
First Presbyterian. Harrison SI. M. E
I Wesley M.E, and Bethany Baptist
Churches and he was for years direc
tor of Bethany Band, at one l me a well
known musmt organlzat'on in Ihlsieity
He was born in England, but had livid
here for ,T7 yi>irs,
On account of lhe recent Illness of
hls wife lhe services will bo as simple
as possible. The family asks that no
(lowers be sent. The services will b
held from hls late n s'd n»e. 11.30 West
Fourth street on Monday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Interment will be 'Private at
Rivervlow cemetery. Mr. Constantino.
Is survived by his wife, one daughter
(Mrs G orgv A Smith, one grand
daughter, Elizabeth and a sister, who
lives at Liberty, N. Y.
The Safe. Sens ble Drink, CLOVER
DAIRY QUALITY MILK.—Adv,
i of the Aerial League of Amerlra and
| a member of the boanl of governors uf
the Aero Board of America,
Although members of Peary's family
do not cr dit the theory that hls hard
I
Conlinued on Page Thirteen.
DEATH FIGHT IN
DUBLIN STREET
_
Z T emstt l ^ !Ied -, An -
Other Seriously Wounded
I act- Niohr
Last INlgHt
-
attackers bomb
POLICE STATION
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ing herd last night. II could not be
Lamed whether the police
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•« ». a».. ™»'
One policeman was wounded when
raiders attacked a police barracks In
W«t Kerry Wednesday night. It was
learned ImUy. The attacking party,
after llrlng on the bu'ld ng foe three
hours finally succee.te.1 in bombin« it
a.-l I.V.« ng away one wall
. keD i
up a oontluous light and finally ~~
pulsed the attackers.
A keel was laid tnday on vvav No. i
at lhe Harlan yard nf the Bethlehem
Sh'pbuilding Corporation, from which
»'« <»rgo carrier "Mcddaquel"
A .««4
were amf
n
KEEL OF NaIV VESSEL
IS LAID AT HARLAN'S
was
<»rgo "Mcddaquel"
I ««inched yesterday afternoon,
74m.|„n cargo earner, conf.aeied for 1^
the Eme-a ncy. Fleet Corporation The
new vessel is n sister sh „ to one being
built on Way No. 1, keel of which
laid In January after the launching of
the "Liberty Minqua*."
was
for a
was
Certified Milk for infanls—Clover
Dairy Co.—Adv.
Help forStarvingTcts
( on t ri li ii t ions in (he fuml ftr
the relief of starving children in
(trnlral and Eastern Europe and
adjoining portions of Asia are
acknowledged by The Etening Jour
nal as foil»«»:
John E. Burrows .
Eirst Ppesbytt rinn S S....
(Tins, and Elossie Hahn...
Flore nee It. Ilaekenherg ..
Jrlferson Lodge, I. O. O. f
John J. Laroseh .
Cash .
Elizabeth Heath, 4 yrs old.
Harris ILnUson.
A Erirnd ....
Erirnd .
Checks should hr made payable (•
the Ameriran Relief .Administration,
Red Cross. The need is great.
•I 5.00
. 30.00
2.00
100 «
25.00
5.00
1000
2 00
. 5.00
5.00
.... 3.00
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