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The Associated Press: Coverlnjjf W o r l d s E v e n ts In'^^ Ex-ory Issite of THE OAiCErTE ; The liTeather R e m t lonlKht %»a %hursdsK eooUaf. *-l ' ■ ' ----------- I r - '- /'r'- , III. ^ The Most Widely Read Newspaper in t l i ’llp ^ Delaware Valley r ■ 1., ^©tLVI.,No. 160 PORT JERVIS, N. Y WEI^SI^'OGTOBER 29,1924 P l ^ r j THREE C E N B f c # GOVERNOR SMITH SAYS THAT SPEAKER MACHOL0 IS LIAR Contradicts Statement Concerning Governor’s Attitude on Edacatiasal Bi!!“ Roosevelt Voted Against First Rent B i A d d ressing tw o crow d e d m e e t­ ings, G o v e rnor A lfred B, Smith brou g h t his g u b e r n a to r ial cam p a ign to th e city of N ew Y o rk last night. C o m ­ p letin g his sw ing through the sta t e With a sp e e c h , a t M o u n t V e rnon in W e s tch e s ter county M o n d ay nig h t, the G o v e rnor w ill give his atten t io n fo r th e rem a in d e r of th e cam p a ig n to N ew Y o rk city, m a k ing speeches every n ig h t up to election eve. In a s t a t e ­ m e n t given o u t d u r in g the day h e re­ fe r r e d to S p e a k e r E d m u n d H . M ac- hold of the assem b ly as “a n ordinaryr ■everyday liar.” C o m m enting on th e statem e n t of Mr. M a c h o ld in th e B ronx on M o n d a y n ig h t t h a t G o v e rnor Smith had insisted th a t th e G o v e rnor h a v e th e pow e r of a p p o i n tin g th e C o m m issioner of E d u ­ catio n , a s ta t e m e n t w h ich th e G o v e r­ n o r has freq u e n t ly denied, declaring it w a s all due to a stenographer’s e r ­ ror. G o v e rnor S m ith said: “I have m a d e u p m y m ind th a t it is ab o u t tim e th a t I let M r. M achold know w h a t I ac tu a lly th i n k of him . 'The statem e n ts th a t he m a d e in B ^ n x v i l l e ab o u t th e -E d u c a tional bill in A lbany fo rces me to say so m e thing th a t I h a t e to say, b u t I find no bet­ te r w a y of expressing it. H e si ju s t te r w a y of expressing it. H e is ju s t from th e speech of Colonel R o o s e v e lt in W a terto w n , w h o says th a t he got his know ledge of sta t e affairs from M a c h o ld.” In the sam e sta t e m e n t the G o v er­ n o r had this to say a b o u t E lilm R o o t: “I re a d in th e p a p e r this m o r n in g th a t Senator R o o t s a t on the p la tf o r m w ith C o lonel R o o s e v e lt la s t n ig h t h t th e U n ion U eague C lub a n d listened to C o o lnel Roosevelt decrying th e Exec­ u tive b u d g e t. S e n a tor R o o t came dow n from the sp e a k e r s ’ r o s tr u m d u r ­ in g th e co n s titu tio n a l convention n o t •only to defend b u t to m a k e a p e rsonal p lea to h is colleagues th a t th e y en a c t tion to dispose fo r all tim e of w h a t \he term e d as th e invisible governm e n t of the sta t e and lessen th e pow er, as h e him self said, of m e n on th e outside w h o h a d som e control over th e financ­ e s of the sta t e an d w h o could not th e m s e lv e s be elected to any position w ith in th e g if t of t h e peop le.' “W h ile th e sen a to r did n o t dispute th e candidate, it is nev e rtheless th e fa c t fro m th e p rin ted rep o r ts of his speech th a t h e spoke in glow ing term s of hi.s fa t h e r and devoted th e balance of his speech to a discussion of th e p o w e r of the Suprem e C o u rt of th e U n ited S tates. H e w a s p a r ticu larly careful n o t to tell h is intellig e n t friend s in th e U n ion L e a g u e C lub th a t R o o s e v e lt w as rig h t .” A f ter tellin g the people of Q u eens a b o u t h is u p - s tate trip and d e c laring th a t he had disposed of th e pu b lic u t ­ teran c e s of Colonel R o o s e v e lt to date, th e G o v e r n o r said: “L a s t n ig h t the C o lonel rush e d arou n d the city, ta lk in g ab o u t the h o u s in g problem . The record is a lit­ tle th in g to th e Colonel. L e t me re ­ m ind him, th a t he w a s one of PLAYGROUNDS CUT TAXES SAYS MR. GIUM)ER They Help to Prevent Trage- £es of Misguided YouHi-^ Good Ciunmunity Business S u b s t a n ti a l reduction of w ill be th e resu lt y e a r by ta x a tio n y e a r of ad o p tio n of th e playground a n d re ­ creation m e a s u r e on w h ich P o r t J e r ­ vis, w ill vote Nov. 4, 1924 acording to E d w in B .-■ G illinder ch a ir m a n of th e co m m ittee of citizens w h o a r e proponents of th is m e a s u re, w h ich is declared w ill m a k e fo r a safer, h e a l­ th i e r and b e tter child h o o d fo r th is th i s city. ' ,* P o inting o u t th a t th e ^ t a te of New Y o rk alo n e p a y s ou t m illions of dol­ lars a y e a r in th e care of its tho u s ­ an d s of waifSi crim inals, in s a n e and other h u m a n w reckage, w h ich sum Is raised by tax a tio n an d a heav y p a r t of w h ich is paid by P o r t Jerv is. Mr. E d w in B. G illinder declared th a t a n ­ nually th i s huge sum can be reduced by esta b lish m e n t of re c r e a ti o n sys­ tem s , su c h as th a t pr,oposed fo r P o r t Jervis, w h ich w ill p revent occurrence of th e tragedies of m isguided youth an d w h ich too often en d in the court, th e jail, th e h o s p ital or .the asylum . “I t is th e fa i lu r e of cities in th e p a s t to propi^rly c a r e fo r th e i r youth^ RAILROADMEN EXONORATED Covemor.Bryan -Tites Tiratf Ftbm CunpaijSKi To Haifye>tJVatemelji»nt on His Nebraska F ^ a ! ____ C h a rles W. B ryan. D e m o c ratlcf| L l f e o i^ ’ ‘ He has taken ad v a n tag e nom inee for th e vice presidency, isRO f 'feyery opportunity to drop his here carrying a good sized f o f ticial duties an d ru n o u t to his w a term e lloa from h is farm near. |i farm*. ..................... GOVERNOR SMITH SIGNED M I TO INCREASE PAT OF TEACHERS Mas Also Sought to Improve Rural Schools^ Hiese Fads ° Brought Out at Teachers^ lustitute at Liberty ' Be PROCTOR HOME BELOW MATAMORAS DESTROYED BY FIRE AT EARLY MORNING HOUR-ORIGIN UNKNOWN M r, an d M rs. G eorge P r o c to r an d l ~ S e y m o u r C o y k e n d a ll, of M a tam o ras, P a ., m e t w ith heavy losses early this.I m o rning, w h e n the seven room house owned by M r. C o y k e n d a ll an d rented ! ^ by M r. P r o c to r w a s burned to th e |^ foundation to g e th e r w ith its contents. The fire w h ich is so fa r of un k n o w n origin, b u r s t o u t w ith o u t w a r n in g sh o r tly a f t e r fiv'e o’clock and- the building w a s in a very few m inutes en ­ veloped in a m a ss of flam e s . There w a s no one a t hom e a t the-^ * tim e . Mr. a n d M rs. P r o c to r le f t- th e i r -hom e -«drIy Tuesday- «t^ening fo r home of M rs. P r o c to r ’s m o lher, Mrs.^ H e w lett a t R io ’ M rs. H e w lett is v e r y ill a n d h e r d a u g h ter and Son-in-laW intended to stay a few days wJ.wui• ith - h e r . A PRO C L A M A T IO N I, H o r a c e A. Sheldon, M ayor of th e C ity of P o r t Jerv is, N. Y., hereby proclaim th a t th e aftern o o n of M onday, N o v e m ­ ber 3, 1924, be set aside f o r a p a r a d e to be know n a s th e “K iddies P e t P a r a d e .” ■ H O R A C E A. SH E L D O N , M a y o r. McADOO APPEALS FOR JOHN W. DAVIS REPUBLICANS SPENDING BIG MOie TO WIN Nearly Three aud Half Mil- lious Already— Most of It In the Wesf \W ashington, O ct. 28— T h e R e p u b ­ lican N a tional C o m m ittee sp e n t $3,- 451,323,28 on its cam p a ign up to Oct. 20, alth o u g h C h a ir m a n B,,utler a n ­ nounced som e tim e ago th a t $3,000,- 000 w o u ld be enough. T h is to tal is $621,332.95 in excess of th e receipts of $2,829,990.33 acco rd in g to rep o r ts m a d e to d a y to th e • B o rah In v e s tig a t­ in g Com m ittee. L a F o llette supporter*, now a s s e r t th a t a t th e p r e s e n t rate of disbursem e n ts th e R e p u b lican ex­ penditures w ill exceed $4,000,000 be­ fore th e election. W h ile C h a ir m a n B o rah, S e n a tor S h ipstead an d S a m u e l U term y e r, counsel for L a F o llette, w e re on th e ir w a y to C h icago to question M r. B u t- * j le r an d W illiam V. H o d g e s, R e p u b li- * can T r e a s u r e r , on th e m y s terious fund * I clue, th e o th e r s in th e com m ittee, uii- I d e r the direction of Senator C a raw a y * j a s C h a ir m a n h e a r d testim o n y today j o n Sena.tor L a F o lle tte’s c h a i s e th a t * I the R e p u b lican s w e re raisin g $600>- *1000 in P e n n s y lvan ia fo r expenditure * I in o th e r states. W . L. M ellon, neph- * ew of the S e c r e tary of the. T reasu r y * I testified th a t h e had collected $270,- “■[OOO in th e P ittsb u r g h district, w h ich added to th e $365,000 raised by Jo - N e w b u rgh, O ct. 28— In v e s tig a tion by Coroner Jo h n F., T u c k e r w a s en d ­ ed recently in the O. and W . grad e crossing a t M e a d o w b rook in w h ich one] of the bouse, girl' w a s killed an d h e r m o t h e r se r ­ iously injured. T h e ac c id e n t occurred n e a r the O. an d W . M eadow b rook s t a ­ tion an d the ca r i n . w h ich N a th a n Eeldm a ii, liis m o ther and sistef, w e r e retu r n in g to th e ir home in Clifton, N. J., on O c tober 10, w a s com p letely w recked. F e ldm a n recen tly came to N e w b u rgh w ith a brother, the tw o v isitin g th e i r m o t h e r in St. L u k e ’s hospital, w h e re sh e h a s been un d e r tre a tm e n t for. two w eeks fo r a fra c t u r e of th e sk u ll S h e has so n e a rly recovered th a t the a u ­ th o r ities w ill perm it her to re t u r n tw o hom e early th is w e e k . I members- of th e A ssem b ly to v o te j w h e n it is consideifM th a t th e car a g a in s t t h e first im p o r tan t r e n t bill in - so badly w recked th a t it had no tro d u c e d on th e recom m e n d a tion of resem b lance to anything th a t ever th e jo i n t legislative com m ittee on propelled the highw a y , th e escape of housing arid designed to p r o tect te n - one of th e th r e e occupants an d a n t s a g a in s t ex o r b itan t ren t increases, recovery of M rs. F e ldm a n are t r u l y ________ _ ___ _________________i r e m a r k a b le. M rs. F e ld m a n had twri fractu r e s of th e skull, a n d other in­ juries. Sarah, the 15 y e a r old d a u g h ­ te r of the fam ily, died w ithin a short tim e of th e accident. N a th a n th e w it­ ness yesterday, w a s a t the w h eel and escaped w ith a few superficial scratch e s .' The ra i lr o a d and its em p loyes have been ex o n e rated from responsibility. T h e chauffeur w a s born in 19 07 and is therefore b u t 17 years of age, w h ich age is n o t perm issible in th is s ta t e fov drivers of cars. PLAYGROUNDS ARE ENDORSED A t a special m e e ting of th e Com ­ m o n C o u n c il held T u e s d a y evening a resolution w as adopted w h e reby the council endorses th e local playground and recreation proposition. ft w a s voted to place in s tr u c to r s in each fire house on Saturday, N o v e m ­ b e r 1, betw e e n the hours of 12 o’clock noon an d nine o'clock fo r the p u r ­ pose of in s tr u c tin g voters how to use the m a c h ine. I t w as also voted to hove an in s tr u c to r a t th e fire house o.»’ Hose No. 2 on Sussex street, Friday, S a tu rd a y an d M o n d ay, O c tober 31. N o v e m b e r 1st and 3rd, betw e e n th e hours of 11 o’clock a. m. an d 9 o’clock P. m . T h is place of in s tr u c tio n has been changed from th e city hall. The ap o ln tm e n t of Instructors was left in th e h a n d s of the m a y o r. A b e t t e r lighting system w a s dls- CURSed by th e board a n d every effort .w ill be m a d e , to give th e city a. better ' lig h tin g service w ith o u t an y ad d itio n ­ a l cost. ;. . T here wer^ ^ attendance Mayor Shel- .don.,.Aldermen P^yer, Snyder, Porter; March, Bierlein, ‘ Clerk \ Clpary a “ Corporation Counsel Parahall. A lbuquerque, N. M., Oct. 28— W . xiu.djiucu Lu ■ovevj' Of vY uctorcj w • G. M/cAdoo, foTm cr S e c retary of th e They>had a h early supper an d le f t th e * T reasurer,, ta lk e d fo r fifteen m inutes house, before d a r k . j to a larg e crow d a t the railw a y -sta- S h o rtly a f t e r five o'clock W illiam tion h e r e , today on his w a y to Los Sheppard, w h o resides in the next ^ A n g e les from B a ltim o re, h o u s e , to the P r o c to r hom e , s a w . He declared th a t the cam p a ign w as flamers leaping from the kitchen an d a “ three-ring circus,” an d th a t “pri- a bed room over the kitchen w h ich | v ilege is ch u c k ling in its sleeve” be- w e re located in a w ing on th e left side-tcause it h a s divided th e form e s of ■ j p rogressivism . H e urged all Progres- M r. .Sheppard h u r r ie d to th e house sives to_ un ite o n one c a n d id a te— J o h n and discovering th a t h e could do W . D a v is— “w h o is t h e only m a n w ho nothing tow a rd saving an y of th e h a s a contents, sen t In an a l a r m of fire. The idge.” a l a r m sounded a t 5:30 o’clock and th e i The fig h t a s I see it, said M r. Matamoras firem e n w e re soon a t t h e ' M cAdoo, “is between th e privileged scene. There, was n o thing they could an d reac tio n a r y forces on th e one do . h o w e v e r, b u t keep the fire fro m ] side an d th e forces of p rogress on chance to d e f e a t C a lvin Cool- spi'eading to other properties. (C o n tinued to page eight) SCOUTS TO HELP PET PARADE A m e e ting of the S c o u tm a s ters of ihe city w a s held la s t evening and it w a s decided th a t Boy Scouts shall as­ sist the police d e p a rtm e n t during the pet p a rade n e x t M o n d a y afternoon. The Scouts w ill also m a n th e poll­ ing places on election day w ith sam ­ ple ballots. T h e y w ill canvass the en ­ tire city w ith playground litera tu r e . F le t c h e r G illinder w ill be g r a n d mar- .•3hnll of the p e t parade an d M rs. H a r ­ ing w ill be ch a ir m a n of th e prize com­ m ittee. FIFTY REPUBLICANS SUPPORT DAVIS E v e r e tt Colby, form e rly a m e m b e r of th e R e p u b lican N a tional C o m m it­ tee. m a d e public yesterday a proclam ­ atio n signed by fifty m e n and w o m en w h o have u s u a lly supported th e R e ­ publican ticket, announcing tb e ir sup p o r t of Jo h n W . D avis on th e L e a g u e of N a tions issue. The statem e n t ca ll­ ed for a l l Republicans, “who p u t world welfare above party politics,\ to vote the Democratio ticket this year. I t denounced th e R e p u b lican A d m inistration for h a v ing rep u d iated R e p u b lican tra d itio n s o r close re l a ­ tio n s With th^ rest of the world, an d condem n ed thh failu r e of Secretary of S tate H u g h e s , S e c retary of C o m ­ m e rce H o o v e r and o th e r m e m b e rs . “the Committee of 31” , to live up, to their pledge ■ during the 1920 palgn. the other. T h e desire to control gov­ ern m e n t by the privileged classes is becom ing stronger a l l th e tim e . This desire h a s been m o re m a r k e d during the la s t four y e a rs th a n ever before. W h e n e v e r privilege trie s to co n tr o l governm e n t it h a s a disin teg ratin g influence upon th e G o v e rnm e n t. - “W e have h a d a n exam p le of cor.- ru p tio n and privilege a n d if you w a n t this privilege to continue, vote for Coolidge. FARMER KILLED; HEAD HIT ROCK M iddletow n , Oct. 29— N e a ldow D a r- nard, aged 26 years, of B'ridgeville, Sullivan counts’, died early this m o rn­ ing a t T h rall H o spital, as the re s u lt of a fractu r e d - s k u ll. D a r i n r d w e n t out into a field close to his J)ome shortly before six o’clock Tuc.sd.'iv r-vening to bring a calf froiq the field to the barn. The i'opo which was fastened to the calf became tangled about his feet an d as the c a lf gave a je r k h e w a s throw n to the ground. H is head stru c k ag a in s t a stone fra c t u r in g th e skull. H e w a s fo u n d lying In th e field In an unconscious s ta t e by a m e m b e r of th e fam ily. D r. B r e a k e y of M o n tlcello w a s call^ ed an d the nian w as b r o u g h t to T h r a ll H o s p ital-w h e re he died th is m o rning. H e leaves a w ife and one child. 42 WOPvlEN CLAIM MANAS HUSBAND V ienna, Oct. 28— F o rty-tw o wom en, all claim ing to be th e wivdfe of Ju liu s G ruenw a ld, ap p e a r e d in c o u r t as w itr nesses ag a in s t h im M o n d ay. F rom the testim o n y of th e ‘w o m e n it w a s adduced th a t G ruenw a ld w a s in th e h a b i t of gettin g m a r r ied , ob­ taining m o n ey from his w ives and th e n deserting them . The evidence indicated h e avei-aged ab o u t $80 p e r . L iberty, 6 c t . 29— ^Taking ad v a n tag e of a largely attended te a f ti e r s ’ in s ti­ tu t e in this place, Jam e s A., Hamilton* S e c retary of S tate,' s p e a k in g a t a D e m o c ratic rally here la s t n i g h t , ' d e ­ voted a considerable p o r tio n o f his address to a discussion of th e s ta t e ’s educational system. S e c retary H a m i l­ to n was. priginaliy~gcheduled to sp e a k a t M o n ticello, b u t the m e e tin g w a s tra n s f e r r e d here a t th e suggestion of .Tohn B u rns, of M o n ticeU o , D e m o c ratic county chairm a n . Speaking last n ig h t alo n g educa­ tional lines, Secretary H a m ilto n said ’ in p a r t : “F o r th e p a s t ce n tu r y there has been a grow ing conviction th a t gov­ ernm e n t can m a k e no B e tter rnent than in public education. I t d e ­ velops a b e tter electorate w h ich de­ m a n d s a b e t te r governnaent. ’ “B e lieving th a t . n o one can do h is best w o rk unless happy and co n ten ted an d th a t a w e ll paid te a c h in g force resu lts in better in s tr u c tio n fo r the ch ild r e n of th e state. G o v e rnor Smitli signed a bill fo r t h e larg e s t a p p r o p r i a ­ tio n ever m a d e fo r school s in th i s state. Tt in c r e a s e d the p a y o f teach ­ ers approxim a tely $32,000,000. “ When this w a s done d u r in g G o v er­ nor S m ith’s first term , m a n y teach e r s w e re leaving the schools because they w e re able to secure a living salary or m o re lu c r a tiv e postions in o th e r lines of endeavor.' Thousands of children w e re -w ithout instruction, b u t w h e n the salaries w e re increased to a liv­ ing stan d a r d , teachers retu r n e d to th e ir profession and th e schools w e re placed upon a m o re (efficient basis. As a\ legislator. G o v e rnor Sm ith w a s one cf th e first to listen sym p a thetically to the advocates of equal pay for equal w o rk. H e becam e a staunch suppor­ te r of this principle an d w a s largely responsible fo r in c o r p o r a tin g it in to the s ta t u te law s of t h e state. “.R u ral .^ u c a t i o n . h a s alw a y s been a seph B.. Grundy i n ' the r e s t ' - o f ' the- „ , x /t ^ state m a k es a tottfl of $eS 5 , 00 r c 6 k » - “ a tter..q i,.^ e p ..cono6rn to Governor trib u te a to date. T h is does' n o t include ab o u t $70,- 000 w h ich C y rus H. K . G u rtis te s t i­ fied w a s expended by th e C u rtis p u ­ blishing C o m p a n y in advertising poli­ tical articles a t ta c k i n g S e n a t o r L a Follette. A c c o rding to C u rtis’s testim o n y $31,000 of th i s w a s fo r stories in T h e C o u n try G e n tlem a n ” an d $40,000 fo r an article' in “T h e S a tu r d a y E v e n ing Post.” JURTIS SELECTED IN SHOOTING CASE M onticeUo, Oct.y28— S election of a ju r y w a s started M o n d a y aftern o o n fo r the trial in Coilnty C o u rt here be- •fore Ju d g e G eorge H .\S m ith of W ill­ iam J . M cQ u irk, fo r thV shooting on A u g u st 29 of Silbean L iebla follow ing a q u a r r e l over a girl. M c Q u irk w a s indicted fo r first de­ gree assault by th e S e p tem b e r g r a n d ju r y and lias been out on b a il since the shooting, w h ich occurred w h ile Liebla w a s a t w o rk on^the highw a y n e a r Y u ian. M c Q u lrk was arrested at B a rryville. L iebla has n e a rly recov­ ered from th e w o u n d received. RAILROADMAN BURNS Td DEATH W a lton, Oct. 28— T h e c h a r r e d re ­ m ains of E m m e t ,Geer, 50 w e ll know n form e r railro a d m a n an,d .highway- construction m a c h inist, w e re found in th e ru in s of* a srixall house on th e road between th i s village an d Depo­ s i t early M o n d a y . G eer h a d been b u r n e d to d e a th in a fire, .w h ich ?com- -’f)leteiy destroyed th e house. T h e dw e lling w a s a te n a n t house on th e fa r m of G r a n t b r o thers, 12. m iles so u th of th i s place. Geer h a d occupied the place alone pending th e arriv a l of his w ife from th e i r hom e n H a n c o c k . T h e m a n w a s em p loy­ ed on a road co n t r a c t nearby. I^ was' his h a b it to build a-hQ t fire in the wood stove before re t ir in g ' in order th a t th e house w o u ld be w a r m in th e m orni'ug. S p a rks a r e believed to have ignited the. roof, th e flam e s tra p p in g G e e r w h ile he slept. M rs. IxoGrande N o rtbrup /of W a lton Visiting a t a nearby farm , saw th e reflection of th e fire in her room a t a b o u t m idnight, a n d gave the a l a r m ' Before assistance arriv e d the en tire ' house^ w a s enveloped in flam es. Only a portion of G e e r’s body w a s found in th e em b ers. Smith a n d / h ^ h a s consistently ' to improv’e it. In his opinion, ch il­ dren of th e farm- should “have ■ e q u a l educational opportunities, w ith those w h o dw e ll in th e cities,” * • ; KILLED HERSELF WITH SHOTGUN BRIDAL COUPLE GET DYNAMITE BLAST M rs. A lida 6 . Bonin, 35, of U ieter- ville, an d a native of Bloom ingburg, Sullivan county, died a t 10:30 M o n d ay n ig h t in T h r a ll H o s p ital,’ M idhletow n , as the resu lt of a self-inflicted gun­ shot w o u n d in th e left abdom en. John W . B o n in h e r husband, said th a t neighbors told him she had acted stran g e ly fo r som e tim e , ta lk in g of persecution, although he h a d not^ s e e n anything o u t of t h e w a y in her aefipna. A c c o rding to D r. H . J. Sheeley ,d t y h e a lth officer, w ho view e d the body, th e w o m a n w a s fo u n d lying on a ' bed in the hom e , her fav o r ite sh o tg u n pressed close to . h e r side, a g a p ing w o u n d in h e r sdie, Mr. B o n in said th d t they h a d lived in U lsterville fo r fo u r years. H e W em p loyed as a ’ c a rpenter. They w e re fond of hu n tin g a n d often yrent on ex ­ peditions together. E a c h ow n e d a shotgun.^ The\ w ife’s w as a sm all fancy firearm w h ich she tre a s u re d . ' . T h e r e , w a s som e thought th a T ' ^ e ' m ight have been cleaniiig th e w eapon, and th a t it accidentally discharged In­ to the abdom en, bUt in view of w h a t neighbors said, the conclusion w a s she tried suicide. On the other h a n d d ra m r o d w a s -fo^und beside the s h o t ^ n - T b e ac t w a s com m itted a t tw ilig h t, several m inutes before th e - h u s b a n d eUtered th e hom e . There w e re no evi­ dences of foul play it w a s determ ined^ M r. Bonin sal d t h a t th e y h a d ju s t com p leted bi.ild.lng__their home. H e is. g rief-stricken. ' GETTING hEADY FOR BOULDER CEREWIONIES M a c h a c k e m e c h C h a p ter D . R . cele­ b rated B o u lder day Tuesday, O ct. 28 M onticeUo, Oct. 29— R a d ford Moore, of Claryvilie,. an d M a ry B u rton, of L iberty, w e re m a r r ied on Oct. 28. L a ­ te r in the vreek th e m a r r iag e w a s learned by their friends anc^ a skim - m i n g to n , r e s u lted. Ail sorts of tric k s , -^vath a luncheon an d dinner a t M rs. w e re played upon the couple b u t ; C h a rles F . \Van Inw e g e n ’s, reg e n t , o f . w h e n one of them exploded a stick of ^ Chapter. L u n c h w a s served at dynamite in fro n t of their .hom e n e a r ' 3 2:30 n and dinner a t 6:30. which, waa.^ G raham s v ille friendship cGasefl.. , ' partaken of by ab o u t I so. Bridge ' . A s ' a resu lt a w a r r a n t -was issued an d games were enjoyed during tim fo r th e a ^ e s t of A r c h ie D u loff on ^stfiernoon .-and evening* and it Was a BIRTHS ch a rg e of m a licious destru c tio n 0f p r o p e rty, th e d y n a m i t e . explos­ ion having broken evevy w indow in the . _ . . . M o o re hom e . D u lolf w a s hteld by a M r. arid.M rs. l^arilC e llam , of M a ta- justice of th e p e a c e .t o aw a i t action of m p raa a r e rejpicing over th e arriv a l the D e c e m b e r g r a n d 'ju r y a n d released Ot a-BOO., „ , ■' . u n d e f »2,000 b a i l , - .. . . , / social a n d financial success. T h e Boulder, ih w h o s e 4 n terest t h e affair was given will soon be placed - in the .old” MacheckemeOh burying ground, on E a s t M a in street, to ' » arlC ^ th f restin g p lace of o u t' pioneer and Revolutionary soldiers juried there.

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