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Staten Island advance. (Staten Island, N.Y.) 1921-current, September 02, 1920, Image 1

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JiSL. licH. GrfStae ajrpiieri TO es -.Tli jirarr* effecriTr in na of ihe act-. ai»a occur oa otiicr ! at laody and mnsl b^ « ymtr vamn; rarfei?ys ar^ soa aiEinfrr TOnSave Tixl tarai wiiitnix fisilLs; lie«. oa ant b^ too snr*- :iiat r-rexasi 5\\= : lin\ i.-iilow-nz: SoinnenrP thp nxrt*^ in *ar3j -waler. iioid- ;; wiia jntel h«ad sl^rtiiim - • Ihju i; onlii piamaxe wfl. Th.-n r*- irccn ilic anil map . hlKJ-roiOT\! i:'\!\ la.ca wjn3H-cl .1IS.I lifW ilcs TT*\\*-* :orr rt-r^l min- Tii=l tl«<- UH! cUira nJT. I: : r.u -ai-tiey irCT ^uul -^mf a»li«-: .inaru.s Tnual ii*- tnr its r5iEiU.v. a. jurjruasi? urg^ niua- : win Iw foand t»n The <-fn 13 . . - a -or ua&lwrn .ta;i • _ uia: • 1 THE HOJ4E NEWSPAPEB OF STATEN ISLAND-EVERY AFTEENOON EXCEPT SITODAT STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK UV DAILY NO. _ siAit-.N isL^-ii^ . . ^ \ ^ OPLD FORCE CRAIG TO PAY_ TEACHERS ic»nvcnD ^^vKFRA.n.Ts siRE pnYunMAncD The Tale of a Hungry Hebrew, COP SAVESFARM PRALL^^^^ WZIBITSDAY COLONYINMATE _ ..... u-mU iikk.-. . . WI10.-.0 nanio Is lai - elull v conco M m lli e deep v ill ill s 01 in..sl i about ml.lnlsht 1 las t nichi. j brish: li=hi s ..f a locd .-mpor i on wheels located at Bay si i and I'nion avenut Slaplolon, b y tJeorse Weiss. proved 0 «lfolminsly invili iIK. There v. a place u. oat . tho man ha. l Ih o .linarl.m, a! l nece ; ssarj w a h a slops linnh and •Ih 1 ,,, ,,, o .-lidin ; u ; Wnl; a diopia . y o l IH. • Ui e J.wioh ci-nll . •ma n proct- . to i-arr . .-u i till s int.-rllon , n 3»t-rvin3 iroi u 111 I s puiIK,s o V , imibins 11.0 .SI, -ps . Tho .s - iiiounlo.l , ihv doo i r onu icl. an. StatcD Island's TroneyServicG Must Be Restored THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1920 TEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTii. COP SAVES FARM image ih-pkk.\. Alter .i loUK uisumfni hicU the well ttlU-d Jinci eircut .»n inc!» fium hi* ausal. Ous i^xccuted a na duvink did not oj-iBinuJ Ik move- Gclshcnan Rescues Man from Water and Stays on Duty Putrolman Trtcr l^^Ihh.maii' ai- larhed t«> the SUly-lUth Prcrincl ^lJ^li<H^ atldod iinoiher r»\-«cui' u> ix.-dJt la^t niKhi when he pulK-d Samuel Gfrair. an inmat.- of ihc rttv Farm Colony from Kill van Kuil off I'^rt HU-hmi-ntl Afirr a ,hunn«« or clotliSnt; Jho polu-cman irniaincd on duly. OoraU «•-. I' l\' lirvtnl thai he -^v;uuU•^ed from th.- I-'arm Col,.t»y >osuu-.Uy tlu- f.vot of Ki.-hmr.nd av.- STATEN ISLANDERS TO GO BEFORE JUDGE CHATFJELD Staten Island's trolley dt gat.on which appeared before the Board of Estimate Tues- day. will present the Rich . mond Borough situation to Federal Judge Chatfield at 10.30 tomorrow mornino in h.s chambers, Tederat Buiidmg. Brcoktyn. The same pecple VKho presented the case at the board meeting, augmented, it IS expected, by many more to- cal resident volunteers nm M confer with the Judge. Tomorrow's conference was agreed upon foMow.ng the board meeting. An effort will be made by the Staten Island- ers to have Judge Chatfield modify his order to allow the operation of the Midland tines under some ocmpromise agree- PRALL TRIES TO FORCE SCHOOL PAYJf^REASE When Ciais Halks. Hrfiiratioii rrcsidcnt .\sks Oirporntion Counsel's .Vid nd M<d and Railway Com- e Richmond Light ay Compimj. TWO INJl UEl) WHEN CYCi.E HITS nvc;(:Y A l ini; K Trail , prosl.l , .'111 o f Ih o H.iai i d o f Kducatlon, ha. ,-.-,lUL-»lo.l May llylan 10 illroc t C . .ri...ratlo n Cou .-1 John O'llrlo u t n take loca l slop Inwar. l cnnlp.-lllii p Complrol- U-1- 1 .i K til p.i v salarlos 1 0 tho 0.IU- cal l ill for.-o.s o f tli o . il y under Ih o •w schod.ilcs . The Complrid- lo r h.v s nollll.s i th. - It.x u -.1 o t K.lu - C.-.II that ho V.111 no t n iidiO Ih.-s e pa y -nl s unU-s s tli,- pa y .oi l I s rt- du, - (sl 10 Iho rates tlu . ! wore l u off o rt prl.> r t o tli o oua ctiuctt o t Ih o o w tcach.-rs - sal.-.r . .- law. 1 a hi s l.-no r t o tho M.-, lyar , I'resl - do n 1 1•rai l sal.l : nMts I hoi 11 t l'111 1 l-!;oilu. 0 d 11 IH O llolla r line it airily .11 tlus „ l 1.1,1 I,' , swo.-ll y , siilj \Keep 111 .11;.- and lo t t tho slailon h. , in,. ; Whll, .•untomplatUi K o f ih- 1 this m.-rolnff . tins i s I r vik. - 1 [00 k ' iir o wh olhor o r no t In -1, I'.-S I has ho c n siunc. NICARAO HAS TRIAL TRIP B.R.T. USES MORE 'ARMORED' CARS ••Armnrt^ii cars\ Kapiil Tran-il C( il,-rfd -nt uut II Ihal lilt -al-r .-s-' Imlay. In .l^nar..-. Ill he ha.l ink-ntl.\! 1\ \ll\ '\•(• iiHl'miill rniir.li- nf l.ouis an.l tare tranninrlail , oiicH Tli^M- .ar. so-drawn Itll.upy .lu IIU h il.iko. l.ilinUunivlU,-. rday afU'ni..<.ii. win iwo rv.l.l. U. SI. Vllir.'iir« Hospital. Til.- In lur.-rt wrri- Tarl Shopman. -.1 yean old 3SSS liU-lmioml mniuiWi- an.l Auoi.-t So-..;..-, a U .viir ..1,1 liTln!; at .tr.^r. Klrhm.iii.l lurnpik Tnnv S..llln.^ ur. rl.l.-r ..I 111.- .-M-li-. ,-irap.-.! Injury. „„l iniru. fnrfalnmc a (m.-Uir.. ..t iho riclil arm. Th.- Si-pp-r y r- ciMvi'll abra.<lillls i-t thu fair, lioaii ami h.iih. At llif In-l'llal Imlll «o.v .Ipinc IV,n. -Til.. Fin IKpar i.. .iVpii i-ill li, nil p:i ifri-fnri-, -ni that r„ll.. Inr il-t liU-K! Ill, the i.rl- ot tlI,. 111,- cn l.aw, lt-,1 tlia .issls .lion «, pi inpl- .Irlvlni; 111. nil. the lurnpik, ,. ani l whil. - 10 oarriaKo whl.h was Shopma.i wlih youuf 1. pa-.'iieer. , 11,,- llaliiil i ,l o t the m. I,tunc, Tho Ih o horso fr iKhu-nini ; II n K a run;. \v..v . Hol h in. l Ih e ho.v w.-r e thrown -arrlaci- . -lilen i was .l.elar.s l 1,. .lm-.-,l Sinal >...lark--- palil prlii anm.-lil ot rbiipliT ot l!i;.i. Tlii-y nlfn rri ,v,. furnish .lorulil h.-lp tn 111 til,- prorpss < Balnrl,--. Tills r.-qii Ij drniod. \KvUlomlv till- Klmiiirr lirpart- m,.nt. tor son,., roasou l„-ft km,>va lo 11. 11 Inlcnils 1\ r,-tus» payment tn 111.- siip.-rvlslnc uail t.-achlnK sUilT .1.1.1 all nili. r .-nililnyrs. .U Ito lll.'ti-.ls.-.-. croPli-il Ullil.-r llli- l.nck- v„.„l |l,.linlm,. Mil. I iti,-r.-I..r.- r.fHi.-st y.iii in til- -t III.- corpor-ntlon Conns,-1 lo (- su.-h ft.-p« as \111 .-nmprl tin- inptrollfr to p:.> all salarlfn n..w l.-cally .Ine.\ ihKini I'rnll al.n lia. s,<nt tn luird of Kslinial,. a tirnposcd 1.11,Ic-t f..r lli-l aninuntlsiE to S130.- t44 37!l.S:.. tlir larK'-st i-.lui alInlml ds.-i hi llio hlslory „f thi- rity. .•M.lanatlmi rt th.. sli.- nf llil» l„. wrnio in a l.-ltor t\ art;.- numbers if Ih,- strikPl-s In Ho u\) siir- In that l,or- •s. Fhpalod in wiit- saf.-puarci aRainst „ th.- missii,-s of slrikfT^. ni.jved thrcuKh the str.-ois at inlprvals. ij'lwn piilh-onipil liesidr thr motor- .-'.•f(.-oi mat \\'• \\ K. r. EI.ECTION MAY ..f thiiics ,i. I\'\'\;^;;: I CAUSE HOT CONTEST I.IK Ihrro ha.l lir,-n n.. rIa.sho« ap- 1'\\ Ku-illliond „, ,„ proai hlnK Ih- d>m.-nsl,.n, ot rlot.s. 1 Is \\ 'V \.'\.,rj „,irr,-,ir John Klia.-. IT. .a. found lylns nounr.-d slaL-s. »,n. in- In the sir.-.-! in a .lylnB rondllion i.-ut» »hi.»- o.nsi.ur.i.,,. • tr..m a Mab-«nu:ld rnrly this m.-rn- poUliml atllvlly lor dlfforrnt .«• I Ins and Iho poller thr.iry «as ho „( ranili.l. '.s an,l r.o '-.H.- \I'-'lO ha.l iK-on rol-Iakon for a «trlko. ..r .. ^ , ho ludc .d by snrf, broaker and attsckod. JOINT .MINK SCAI.K ntoa. ra prrttiK trimmed, sues S to H J | SUJi. S-i3S aad jt srum. duih 11': til i gnti Sri.im Sl.fitt Miles. siza. $&-'ia -—Tito r.>lo>. ro. arkJ. .>.! th,- norlh- •o aiiminlstovo,l » tbo Ru-sian.s and paper Pnce Up AO .\n tacroaoi- of J la a it\ papor pnoo^ w i-nrront quait' th» incrraoo mak' til* P\^' no«^»rrint in r«rl,>ad niiu c-nntraci prloosi f • r - ajjnslo.1 oacb qu in pr.nl >)> Ih. r-npor Company ir iho fourth quartor \ •ar Tho I .n.-o for thol „,. mitiaClvo -r was a \on and' ,ho JapasO'\ aa »nn<.4nco.l »• - croa-f.l '»\• ' -o J13f a ton for roll oarload L- (.<>» no.sprinl or by tho Lilhoa •l.i.S t.i ofnrlal a.l»ico» r^ ,1 t..: th,. Fronch War OB.o l™'*!'- . , TnlisU t,.nr«-» ha'O iH-rap.od • t.l\' ir.rlani oii» of Saralkl iT-n ot C.rodnol and Sony an Ih. Ijlbuanlan tr..nti.'r. 1- 1- ..t Su»aHll>.\ til' dofoated tbollnl.— - >»n ,„tamn» on this front and . ouM.J > par.uinc tbotn lu tho region 1 - _P,oic, K n^ • r .rodi:..- I proaldont ot titf postal clotl^ ..nion and ton otbor po»t\l Shot a, M»l.«d M'\ ; jwharnod from th. - ui.ko.1 man Mt .rodlhoh^o^ PW^ ^ ^^^^ „, T™, Capt-lano. a <••«\\' , — oarlr today aod t»t.Ur oUantod -\b -.ollot.nc toe >a ho lay nalo»p. Thl' \\ Ho sotloitod sutni. loDi aorio* ot Italia\ Brooklyn \It Kraacts.-o. Sop that th ,t lnnu,-n. o Iho California --10 proposo.! antl-Japano-o I wlatlon tn 1.0 passod up,i:i as 'vovombor olo.llons «oro ma.l, d.v hv stato i Brlals ••h.l loadors in tho antl-Japar.o»o mnvcmont t-rodirtlon. that any ^ .S.at, l>op»rtmont >•• »' toasuro aimo.l at «ld rosult In in- favor of tho pro Somo prodiotod moa'Uro K.Mll.1 l.» Scpl. Tho Jon ..mnilttoo ot tho Mnihra..lto »-nrkcr» an.l .>p.-rators m«l Hoard of Trado rooma horo a. m. to fnrmulato a now -vacation*\ bolni: lakon by nilnon. c.inlract botwocn tbo ..|K-ralor» and .li»-atlsfl,Hl •»Uh Iho -.-aito award ,1,0 fnliod MJno workon. of Amor- o< l.rosldoni Wilson's anlhraclto 1,.^. l.asod on tho ropo.t ot tho nw- I Commission. R-Port. from thf 00. jorlty „, 'V\'''\'-;;;^\;\'f'tj' ; llors Indloatod that Ihousanda ..f mission, which d.H-nmrnt has al- - ^,7nor^ wero ttn.alt.lns r««.ly boon appr,.y«l by Prosldent i\boTr\o^.Thl.s ••vacuo,.\ wa.,ot- Wilson. Tho soasiona .tc cxecu- ' doro.i at a inf J minor- joslordv : i apprt)val of Iho L\ .1 .\iaortca. ln,lioatlon« tboro will bo iliroo tic kolo In Iho Bold. tw. llnko.! up and ono Indopondcnl. .^t tho laa mlnulo. howovor. ihoro has boon i COMMITTEK MEETS throat of another lactlon to maki I tfio eloclion lour-fldcd, Thoro !• • still tho iMiaslbimy that ovol otbor candldal.-s may try 10 sb.m their rorco. DiMrict Iwputy John J Hayes and Orand KnlKhla of othor cmin. ells will bo prosoni at this moot- IHE. A CHRONOLOGY OF ECKERT MURDER TO DATE 21—Body of ^^an shot three i through head diacoverec jring car on Old Toi^n rood, ith Beach. Identified by fin- is Frederick P. Ec- \Robert Hayca,\ mas- ter -bootleoger.\ Car ident.red a. property ot Charles Kain. 233 Jev«ett avenue. Port Richmond, a taxi driver. Kain and William Maloney. hotel propriator of South Beach arrested on sutpi. cion. t^ra. Irene Maloney and Frank Donohue. bartender, held lal witnesses. mi'pari-,1 witli ollior yi-ars tlir ml r.-.lursIod hy this depart for 1921 appears slagBorlnK nils .1.1 t. th ... . iprlatl dnilnisirallnns f ,„,., ali,l liorossnr: Another fact this 1 im- ,1 former city sites, liullil- xpanalon ro.=pii :alu. nt th. lie (0 m. is tho pivsont po Iho loo-cnii dollat illy no now schnnla b 5trucli-d. Taxpayers, iipi.n 10 prnvld f iK illcil dies nnH o„l huli.ilnKs It. order lo liouao usands of elill.lron now on part K. and lu double aeaslon -I ara Hire th nd 1 whi Brooklyn '\r: • j^Tal^ sUndoroo, st.^to • boo, no apparent ' roUtln. to the po.t.1 sor- ••s-wito l»»o U.O polieo » » , of th» masked inan..vM ooot aild Caro.< HlOT «no«- an' . . mt SMtti •«»clt. S. •hi WllldoW .'ri mado. Some prodiotod nEAOE^S: D\\'' '»'•««\ ®Tbo\pron..s-.l le«is:.Uou .bloj. on tho CUtorni. >« J f-all throuKh inHU--ve petition, has ! rw.i phases. I The nr»t '\•esoni Catlfomi. law I (mm land ownership, forhlddlni: J,osnoso bcMlnt land bv loaso • hUrnr\.; lrh'J:rh cTnerahIp of alleced , 1 -dommy- oorooratlon.. . Orcinlaod labor, tho .\morleMn ! I,^. t>epar,m.nt of California and other or«anli»t\>n» hayo t-ti- dorso.1 the le»l«latlon. _ $100.C0 REWARD for information leadlnR to the arrest and convic- tion of the men who broke into the INTER- BOROLKH CARAGEon Titesday nicht, injurinR the watchman and steal- inc money. HEARING ON SHOAL REMOVAL IN KILLS The rnltcd Stales KtlRlnoer's flflico ha), announced a meotlns lo ho hold on SeptoQl.T 10 10 eon- sldet dealred lmpro»ennnt.i to tho channel north of Shooters Island, horderlns on. the Jersey shore. Tills wilt consist ot tho romivlni; of a fhoal west of tho island, deep- rnlnE tho wmter lo almeOT feet The meellnK will bo held In Room 515 In the Army Bulldlnt. 39 Whitehall stte«l. Manhattan, at 11 oclock. It will he open to the pnb lie «nd an effort will bo made n • bum the dillerent rlews on th proposition, information will Miugbl by the i:nlted State, Knit noor's Offlce as to what Improyo- ments «ro dealred, what effect will bo ma It. regard to th» UandUns 'Xiatinic business and whether Sis: -^sv-sr 2.;-.: ^^\S-HFE:: she refused to give her .,0. .cT^nel. 1920. Consr«»- ^^^ r -r i-r oleotlon. ^ tl.„. Ono ..melal of tho fnltod Mine Workers said that tho strike of in- surpont miner* In wlUtesharro may hold up the work of the commit-1 too It was aaid operators may „bje.t to l.aklnK part In wrltlne a now .scale while the minors remain Idle. I Ml'ST A WOJIAN VOTER I GH E HER RIGHT AGE7 I Portland. Me.. Sept. I.—The quett.on of whether . woman has rliht to Iho one secrst she Is ,jr» to keep—her alto— may bo do- lormlnod by the eotirts here. August 23—Alexander soloman. Manhattan truck driver, arretted as material witness. Connects Maloney and Kain with Eckert ,n Manhattan .on. afternoon be fore the murder. Police and dis- trict attorney examine twelve witnesses; learn of widespread \bootleggino\ activities on Sta. ten Island. Police CapL Frank A. Peabody declares case will be cleared up by night. Auguat 24—Max Kati, Brooklyn truck driver, arrested. Tellr more of liquor selling on SUter Island, laland called \ctearlnt house of -l>ootleB8ers- of me tropolltan district. August 2i—Maloney and Kali charged with first degree mur* der, complaint, made by Mrs, Florence Hayss Eckert, wife of murdered ioan. Prisoners held for hearing without ball. Dls. Irict Attorney considers asHlng Oovemor to call special grand Jury lo handle murtler Investl- satlon and examine local condl- ditlcn in regard to selling liquor. August 26—Goyemor Smith atatsa ha will tall apeclal grand Jury on request of District Attorney to Investigate nusrd August 27—Or* agents McGuIra and Weldon, said to havs been friendly with Eckert. quined by the District Attorney; testi. mony kept secret. August 2S—County Judge J. Harry Tlsman gives out accusations against Magistrate Fred S. Muu Ion. August 2»—Max Kati arraigned In magistrate's court; hearing sat f .lorlvlni: honolM In gladly pay tlio In city ailmlnlsirailn sleppcl iho proper upbullillni: ot the - i, „_„ system '<«>•• hand In hand the tai payers . rhildron aro ilutatlon will -ajte. rortner hayo \W®- xpauslfln ami -oalrst school Atjgust si—Hearing in Maloney Kain and Kata caaas postponed to Saptsmber 7, Mrsfl Eckert ill.' -The ish pollrlo!. have KO 10.' Inni;, -We havo In daily nee .lt.-n.lance more children than tho .-omhlnod dally avoraKO attond- morn tnnn \\ . „t the Boartl Of K.duotlun \ti <!\• Item Involved^ Bowe Pan-American Onion H^d •tl'aahlnrton. Sept. Df- Howe today w^i head 'loj\' Atnorlran Union. \»!\« over tun dntlea ol John BarrUt who held the i>o.ltlon 11 r^- Sumner Wellos of over Rowa> f<*me^i.tle, a. ol the ljitin»,\m;^can aBalns ll^ vision ot tho •;>ciu, IX^I^\\^ Barrett annonia:ed ho will sotm .tart formation ot an unonlrlal as- soclatlm. of the nations ot UK. American continents. • Wilmington FIramen 8trilj«: Wllmtaltton. Del.. Sept. ?.—flTo • of the local -volantear Bro com--, oanloa are on\ strike today bocaas® ; city coimdl refused tSelr dinnan.l»}« for an lucroaae ot Jl^M Baih-to ^ their annual aroroprtatloiu. IM»-: inx Uin city TTllh only six flte i panles.

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