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Tbe Associated Press / C o v e ring WorIcI»S’'43vents ii|, Every Issue of THE GAZETTE * ___________ _ _________________ V-. pi r in The Most Widely Read Newspaper ^ the Upper Delaware Valley The W eather Report an d Gontiiiued ' cool to n i g h t, possiftiy lig h t frost. yO L . LIV., No. 143 fO R T JERVIS. N. Y., THURSDAY, QGT(®ER 9, 1924 PRICE THREE CENTS tWIEIi STATES SENATOR Rj)lfitt S. COPEIAND' SPEAKS AT HOTEL MUfflEl FRIDAY AFTSiNOON - - --------- ^ I United States Senator RoyabS. Copelancfwill speak at Ho­ tel Mitchell at five o’clock tomorbw‘afternoon. No matter ¥/hat ypur politics are, be sure tb hear what he has to say on this campaign. Attorney S. 1|I. Cuddeback will preside. K . LONGEST BRIDGE SPAN IN WORLD FINISHED AT BEAR MOUNTAIN Es-( lOTeri M Odel! Prives Last Rivet-\Two Workmen flave f I scape—Striidnre Will Support Tlmiy Times Weight That Can PossIMy Be Put On It Pefekskill, X. Y„ Oct. 8.— ^The long­ est single sp a n on an y 'bridge in the ■world w a s com p leted six m iles above h e r e today, w h e n fo r m e r G o v ernor. B e n jam in B. Odell of N e w b u rgh drove th e la s t rivet in th e suspension steel from , th e 't i p of A n th o n y ’s N o se, on.' fro m th e tip of A n thonySs N o se, on th e east bank, to a p o in t ju s t N o r th o f B e a r M o u n tain o n th e w e s t. T h e sp a n is 1,623 feet in leng h th . Its d istinctio n as th e w o rld’s g r e a test w ill n o t la s t long, fo r th e new bridga <over th e D e law a re R iv e r fro m P h i l a ­ d e lp h ia to C a m d e n w h e n com p leted in 1926 w ill have a m a in sp a n w h ich w ill exceed th e V>ne in th e P e e k s k ill bridge by 120 feet. M r. O d ell w a s assisted in driving th e riv e t by J o h n H e rpt, a structur^.1 s te e l ■u’oi'ker, w h o y e s terd a y m issed d e a th . H e w a s on a sw a y ing girder w ith Jo s e p h M c K innon a n o t h e r w o rk-' ^ er. The g ird e r had been hoisted 153 fe e t fro m th e su rface of th e riv e r an d ■was a b o u t to be sw u n g into place. As it settled down, H e r p t v/as cau g h t a g a i n s t an ad jo in in g u p r ig h t steel p il­ la r a n d crush e d . ‘ T h e gird e r w a s only a foot .wide, b u t a s H e r p t, sw a y e d , M c K innon, a t th e risk of his life, wen^ to th e rescue an d p u t an arm a b o u t th e in ju red m a n ’s body. F o r a few m o m e n ts it seem ed to th e o th e r w o r k e r s t h a t b o th w o u ld fall into th e w a ter below, b-ut M c K innon k e p t h is balance, held on an d Biauaged to ease H e r p t ag a in s t th r u p r ig h t w h e re h e h e ld h im u n ti l b o th w e r e low e red to a w a s unconscious w h e n h e w a s ta k e n ash o re. The cerem o n ies to d a y m a rk e d th e firs t official v isit to th e bridge of th e P e e k s ldli a n d B e a r M o u n tain B ridge Celebratl&n Com m ission, of w h ich C h a u n c e y M. D e p e w is th e C h a irm a n M r. D e p ew h a d p ^ n e d to com e over from B r ia r c liff iW g e , w h e re he h a s I WARMLY PRAIS® BY UNDERWOOD Says They Are Worthy of the Confidence of the Incoming Administration A splendid m e e ting o f the C h u r c h council of th e L u t h e r a n C h u r c h w a s held on W e d n e sday n ig h t in th e S u n ­ day school room s of th e churcl). To th i s m e e ting the officers of th e v a r io u a organizations of th e c h u r c h h a d been invited, and as p lan s w e r e presen ted for the fu tu r e , g r e a t in t e r e s t . w aa . New . Y o rk, Oct. 8— F r e d e r ick D. U n d e rw o o d , P resid e n t of the E rie, w h ich shortly w ill becom e a p a r t of the N ickel P late System, rc.sponding y e s terd a y to a reque.st of new.spaper m e n , m a d e a sum m a ry of th e develop­ m e n t \Of the form e r railro a d in th e twenty-tw^o years he h a s been in ch a rg e of the pro p e r ty . Mr. U n d e r ­ w ood iji th e long, hard fig th to p u t th e pro p e rty hack on its feet, to tlie force of m e n w h o have been und e r his d i­ rection. “W h a t has been done w as done,” he said, “ow ing to th e help and cooper­ atio n of the board aided by a staff of em p loyes and officials who, th e figures ^ttaclied sho'V’’ are w o rthy of the con- laun c h . Plerpt'i-coming ad m inistration , an d w h o , I m a y sta t e in m y kn o w ­ ledge, of m e n based on fo r ty y e a r s of service .on several railw a y properties, have no su p e rio r s in the ran k of I’ail-1 read in g .” T h e figures subm itted by M r. U n d e r ­ wood show an in c r e a s e , in operating revenue in the twenty-t-wo years from $40,700 to $132,000,000, an d an in ­ crease in the n u m b e r of tons of f r e i g h t A G a z e tte repi'esentative wa.s in fr;i'jai.ed th i s juornin.g hv H a r r y CorwiY.; of,|]^rl-Stetes th a t th a t section of t.he cits' Will in ' t h e n e a r fu tu r e be sup - p l | ^ V ith gas. Mr. C o rw in states th a t jMjJ.' Cli^ments,- rep r e s e n tin g the O range • C o ti ^ y P u b lic Service Company, Inc., c a iic i o h h im ab o u t one m o n th ago show n , and anim a ted, discussion to o k ' ancf inXiirmed him th a t the, com p a n y place. T h e an n o u n c e m e n t w a s m a d e , jja4 directed h im (M r C lem e n ts) to no th a t negotiations a r e u n d e r w a y fo r ' th e securing of a successor to M r. Bosch, even th o u g h th e R e v . W 'illiam M u eller, D. D., of O n tario, w h o m the Council h a d in view, w a s u n a b le to com e, because of a call to ano th e r field, previously accepted. T h e plans for the services of next w eek w e r e discussed, an d all a r r a n g e ­ m e n ts a r e com p lete fo r observance of th e 65th an n iv e r s a r y of the founding' of th e church. Special services w ill be held on Sunday an d on Tuesday’’; \ tended on T h u rsday th e L u t h e r L e a g u e s w ill ' give an en tertain m e n t, and on F riday, the sociotie.s of th e c h u r c h w ill unite in ob.serving th e B irth d a y P a r ty of th e church. On S u n d a y th e festival of th e H a r v e s t H o m e w ill be observ- M c L a u g h lin, know n 'by his ed, w ith G e rm a n service in th e m o rn- j “L e a th e r ” n a r r o w ly escap­ ing an d an E n g iisli service a t y a ig h t , { gevious in ju r y W e d n e sday evening, w h e n th e larg e S tudebaker touring ta r , w h ich he w a s driving collided i l r . C o rw in th a t th e com p a n y w o u ld extend th e gas service a.s re­ q u e s te d 'b y the residents of Tri-States, ju s t as soon as possible. Mt- Corw in requested th a t th i s iri- fo r p a t io n be publi-shed because of th e art'fcle in the local pap e rs within th e I pa-^t tw o days, statin g th a t the gas corriplaint h a d be^n ‘dismissed by the P u b lic Service Commission, gave th e residents of T r i- S tates the opinion t-hat, th e gas m a ins w o u ld n o t be ex- M c L a u g h l in in j u r e d ' IN AUTOMOBILE CRASH © b een snending the la s t m o n th, b u t s e n t , _ 'w o r d th a t th e w ind w a s too s t r o n g 4 c a rried one mile from 4,756,339.949 fo r h im to v e n tu r e out. O th e r m e m - j to 11,163,376,567, w ith an increase in bers of tjie com m ission w h o atten d e d j f r e ight m iles of b u t 3 pen cent, besides M r. Odell, t h e Vice C h a ir m a n , j D u ring th e tw e n ty-tw o years in w e re C. A,. Pugsley, form e r R e p resen- j w h ich he w o rked to bring th e E r ie tarive: T h o m a s N e ls o n an d L. R o y C u rtiss, p r e s id e n t of th e P e e k s k ill . Civic Association, all of P e e k s k ill: . B e n jam in M o o re o£ T o n g e rs, jLesaie, S u th e rland , fo r m e r M ayor of t h a t c ity an d A. E. M acK innon of N e w Y o r k j C ity S e c retary to th e com m ission. | T h e bridge, w h ich w a s b u il t pri- | into the class of paying railroads, in ­ v e s tm e n t in road an d equipm e n t and im p rovem e n t.s to leased property show ­ ed a net increase of $156,000,000. Of thi.s a m o u h t $78,000,000 ca me from the s a le of securities and $79,000,000 from incom e. T rack mileage increased 31 per a t both services th e Lord’s Supper , w ill be administered. On Tuesday ot 7.45 the ac tu a l ann iv e r s a r y service w ill pe held, a t w h ich th e R e v . Fi’ed H. Bosch, Pre.sident of th e M inister- ium of New Y o rk w ill preach the ser­ m o n . To all tine .services and occas­ ions of .-rnniver.sary w eek, th e public is invited. The fall p r o g r a m of th e ch u rch wa.s w ith a telephone pole on K ingston Ave. ab o u t 10:40 o’clock. AIcLaughlin, w h o Is ch a u ffeuring fo r Jam e s \Weiser -who conducts a taxi business here, w a s on his w a y to w a r d th e business section of th e city. W h e n ab o u t opposite th e g a r a g e of B u rr presented , a n * discussed. M r, ] r ” ’™ Bosdh o u tlined a schedulA, of w o rk f o r » crash e d mho th ^ p o ier^ M o iau g h the entiro ch u r c h , an d fo r th e Individ- throw n fro m th e m a c h ine an d u ^ l s o c i e t i e s as well. T h is' pro g r a m w a s fo u n d iying on th e ground a t th e w a s w e ll received and h e a r t il y endors ed, th e officers of the organizations be­ ing one in opinion th a t th e w o r k of th e cliu r c h s h a ll hot be slackened in th e least, a f t e r th e d e p a r t u r e of M'r, Bosch. A. s p len d id s p irit an d utm o s t harm o n y p r e v a iled an d .the in terest sho-vim augur.s w e ll fo r th e L u t h e r a n C h u rch of th e future. m a r ily fo r au tom o b ile traffic, is th e . th e average w e ight of rails rose from only crossing th e H u d son riv e r so u th i e ighty three pound per yard to nine- of A lbany w ith th e exception of th e j ty-geven. and 9 69 bridge.s w ere con- railro a d bridge a t Poughkeepsie. I t '' s tr u c ted . A u tom a tic block signals w ill be read y fo r use next Jan u a r y . ! -^y-ere not in u s e 'in 1902; now the E rie a lth o u g h it w ill n o t be fo r m a lly open- 1,033 m iles of line so equipped a t ed u q til ea rly in J u n e w h e n th e com - , ^ cost o f $2,600,000. m ission plans to hold a tra n s p o r t a - ' ' tio n exposition here. > . • T h e bridge is 2,252 feet long over a l l an d is 155 feet above th e riv e r a t its centre. T h e roadw a y a t t h e cen tr e w ill be 193 feet above th e river. T h e re w ill be tw o rO ads an d a w a lk on each side. The sp a n is su p p o r ted by tw o steel tow e r s , S78 feet hig h . T h e cables a r e eighteen inches in d iam e ter an d are m a d e u-P of 7,500 m iles of steel w ire w ith .7,252 w ires in each cable. The bridge, w h ich w a s designed by H o ­ w a r d B a ird, h a s a liolding ca p a c ity o f th i r t y tim e s th e w e ig h t th a t p o s ­ sibly can be placed upon it. • The a n ­ ch o rag e s are d rilled in to 100 fe e t ot solid ro c k on th e east b a n k a n d eis^- ty feet on th e w e s t. C o n s truction be­ g a n A p ril, 1923. ' T h e cost of th e b rid g e w ill be $4,- 000,000 an d th e ap p r o a c h e s $2,000,- 000 m o re. Tolls w ill be co llected , 1»y th e B e a r M o u n tain an d H u d son \B r ld g e C o m p a n y w h ich- financed th e p r o ject. T h e eaisiterly ap p r o a c h w ill be reach e d b y a new brid g e over R o a H o o k , a n in l e t below M anitou H ill, w h ic h w ill b e b u i l t b y th e W e s tches­ te r P a r k i n g C o m m ission. A road has been blasted o u t of rock along th e side o f M a n itou Hill- A t I n s p ir a tio n P o in t 412 fe e t above th e w a ter, th e r e w ill p a r k i n g sp a c e for m o to r cars. T h e ro a d is th r e e an d a q u a r t e r m iles in lenghth and is con.sid'ered .a notable piece of highw a.y construction. , GOV. SMITH’S CONDITION SHOWS IMPROVEMENT By T h e A ssociated P ress) J^oston, M ass., Oct. 9— G o v ernor Sm ith w a s £0 far, recovered today from ,the attaclv of rheum a tism , v/hich com pelled hfm: t o cancel the rem a inder, of his K e w 'E n g lan d .speaking tb u r en be­ h a lf of th e Dem ocratic n a tio n a l -tick­ e t to be able to tra v e l.. H e planned to leave for N e w YoTk to d a y ^ a n d hopes to be able to l^ e p h is dateh.in th e N e # Y o rk g u b e r n a t o r ia l ..cam ­ paign. •In 1902 th e re w e re 1,154 locom o ­ tives, and in 1923, 1,517, T h e n u m - Gviffith S tadium , Oct. 9— T h e W a s h ­ ington Senators, now facing heavy odds in the - v a lian t fight fo r th e first baseball cham p ionship, cam e back hom e today for the sixth b a ttle of the ber of passenger cars ow n e d increased y/orld' series. After the chilly breeze from 958 to 1,262; an d of freig h t cars from 51,098 to 53,076, the freight carsi having dn increase of 70 per .cent ir. capacity. SWANIANS HEAR GOOD ADDRESSES w a s fo u n d lyin g re a r of the m a c h ine in an unconscious st-xte. H e w a s h u r r ied to St. F r a n c is H o spital w h e r e h e w a s tre a ted b y D r. I.. H. M cA llister. A fter rem a in ing over .n ig h t in th e h o s p ital he w a s allow e d to go to his ho m e th i s m o rning. H is in ju r ies proved to be slight. The m a c h ine w h ich w as badly dam a g e d w a s ta k e n to th« P o rt Jerv is G a rage. A sh o r t time* a f t e r th e accident, Myer C a r p e n ter rep o r ted -to Police h e a d q u a r ters th a t w ires w e re hanging low across th e street. T h e d e p a r t­ m e n t looked -after the- w ires u n til a m a n arrived to. care fo rthem . The pole w a s bro k e n o f f n e a r th e ground. The reg u lar m e eting of th e K iw a n is -club w a s held this noon a t the H o tel M itchell. M. J. W a rd w as th e ch a ir - j m a n fo r the day, and three new mem- ' b ers w e re received after qu a lifying by passing a most rigid exam ination. Or^ am Sam s, JoTin R, D u ffy an d W . H. B u rn s w e re th e new m en w h o w e re received. “'Ben” Benson, of Spring- field, M ass., who is connected w ith the Sw a rthm o re C h a u tauqua, w a s a guest. P. .1. G a u d y gave a m o s t interesting ac c o u n t of his^ official visit to the N e w ^ o r k D istric t K iw a n is Conven­ tion, held a t Buffalo. T h e conven­ tion gave him a n added m e a n ing as to the d e p th of th e w o rd “K iw a n is ,” anil ho urged all members to m a k e plans now to atten d th e next com*ention to be held in A lbany. A vote of th a n k s W3.S extended to him for his report: B e n Benson, w h o is chairm a n o f the Boys’ W o r k C o m m ittee of the Spring- field R o tary Club, gave a splendid a d ­ dress, draw ing on his rich experience in prom o ti»® successfully boys’ w o rk under the auspices of the country life com m ission ap p o in ted by P r e s id e n t R o o s e y e lt. H is t a l k made a deep im ­ pression, an d a rising vote of ap p r o c - iatiorJi tendered him in conclusion. Drew Brotherhood Tonight ; I T h is evening the D rew Brotherhood!- of th e M ethodist ch u rch w ill entertain the- m em b ers o f th e M en’s d u b of th e S tro u d s b u r g M e thodist church^ T h e com m ittee in ch a rg e h a s prepared, an excellent pro g r a m whii?h Inc.ludes a su p p e r » t o’clock. th a t sw e p t the Polo Grounds yester­ day, th e w a rm ing rays o f brig h t sun seem e d a v/elcom e relief. N ehf w a s expectedT to p itch fo r the G ia n t s . a n d Z a c h a ry fo r the Senators. If P r e s id e n t Johnson of th e A m e r i­ can L e a g u e or anyone else has evi­ dence of fed e r a l law violation, he should p r e s e n t it to the authorities. A t­ torn e y G e n e ral Stone said to d a y in CHAUTAUQUJ The S p a rrow b u sh C h a u tauqu a open ed last evening and w a s atten d e d by a large n u m b e r of interested persons M r. E d w a r d F,. M iller, a noted lectu r ­ er, to o k fo r his subject “The Divine R ight of G o v e rnm e n t.” H e discussed In an in terestin g m a n n e r w h a t consti­ tu tes a d e m o c r a tic governm e n t an d connection w ith the recent s c a n d ^ 'i m | p r a c tica l and po p u lar w a y , in w h ich IXESFOREIGNfOliCY. Ik t is why America is Engaged in s® Fficli Tip T®e Diplom­ acy—Repolilicaas Have Failed to leep femp^gii Premis® ARE OPPOSING CLERKS’DEMPDS Employes Say Roads Are Now More Prosperous aud Can Pay More Chicago, Oct. S - ^ R e p resentatives of fifty - e ig h t railroads; including subsid­ iaries an d term inal companies,, ap- pefired before th e ' R a ilfoad L a b o r B o a rd today -to o p p 6 ^ w a g e dem a n d s of th e B r o therhood of. R a ilw a y and Steam s h ip clerks, F r e i g h t H a n d lers, E x p r e s s and S tation Em p loyes. Chairm an\ Ben. W . H o o p e r of th e board ruled o u t as irrelev a n t a sta t e ­ m e n t in tr o d u c e d by th e em p loyes th a t B u ffalo, N-. Y., Oct, 8— ^Following up^ his accep tan c e yesterd a y a t S y ra- ' cuse of th e challenge o f S e c r e tary 6:ughes . t h a t th e sole cam p a ign isgue -was w h e th e r P r e s iden t Coolidgei. shduld be continued in office, Jo h h W D avis, D e m o c ratic c a n d id a te fo r P r e s « id e n t 'i n a speech in th e B roadw a y A u d itorium here to n ig h t d e c lared th a t th e foreign ;p61icy of th e U n itqd S tatea d irected by Mr. Hiigheev h a d bees m a d e t h e “football o f p a r t is a n polities u n d e r the R e p u b lican A d m in istratio n . M r. D a v is contended- th a t , sin c e M a r c h 4, 1921 the control o t Am^^ricaa foreign policy had. rested not wilAi - .S e c retary H u g h e s o r P r ^ i d e n t s H a r d ­ ing or Coolidge, b u t w itli a m in o r ity of th e S e n a te and charg e d th a t thfi A d m in istratio n h a d been g u id e d by th e ru l e of “peace a t an y price”:—^not peace fo r an d w ith th e w o rld, h e ad d - .ed, b u t peace w ith irreconcilable R e ­ pub lican S e n a tors, re s u lt in g in “tip ­ toe diplom a c y ” .at home an d abroad. Mr. D avis recalled th a t Mr,. H igh e s w a s a m e m b e r of th e com m ittee of th ir ty - o n e , w h ich appealed fo r su-p- XYort of P r e s id e n t H a r d in g during th e cam p a ign of 1920 on th e g r o u n d th a t the conte,st th e n w a s n o t on th e p r in ­ ciple of th e L e a g u e of N a tions b u t on a n d said it w o u ld be th e B ig F o u r, though n o t \a p a r t y to the hearing, '^ a d agreed to conform | its application, to w h a tever co n t r a c t shou ld be signed ! in terestin g to know Mr, H u g h e s posi- on th e New Y o r k C e n tral, w h ich is ’ tion now on th e League. H e express- pai'ty to the hearing. ! ed th e belief th a t a referendum as R e p resentatives of th e N ew Y o rk proposed by the D e m o c ratic platform C e n tr a l stated th a t th e y did n o t eon- j w o u ld get Mr. flughes out of a d i l - . cede the rig h t of the B r o therhood to ' e m n ia. represent th e ir clerical forces. ’ The - The D em o c ratic nom inee denied th a t C h a ir m a n announced th a t th e boai-d i r-espop.siblo D e m o c rats h a d attem p ted w o u ld ru le la t e r on th i s question. j to disparage th e resu lt of th e W a sh-' The em p loyes on m o s t of th e roads ington Conference' fOr th e L im itation a s k restoratio n of rates in effect M ay 1. 1920, u n d e r Decision 2, th e firs t increase authorized b y the board, w h ich v^ould no'w entail an increas‘d- of 6 to 12 cen ts a n hour. R a ilroad p r o f its ..totaled $10,000.- 000,000 in th e last^tw e lve y e a r s 'an d are now ru n n in g a t ap p r o x im a tely $1,000,000,000 a. year, E. H. F itz g e r ­ ald, P resid e n t of the C lerks, F r e ig h t H a n d lers and S tation Em p o y es, d e ­ clared in opening the w a g e h e a rin g .. H e cited th e in c r e a s in g p r o s p e r ity of the in d u s tr y as g r o u n d fo r a recon­ sideration of present w a g e r a t e s by the board. 'The ra t e s established by th e b o a r d ih 1920 w e re c u t by it during th e depression extend in g th r o u g h 1921 an d 192211, w h e n , h e said, the bo a rd stated it w o u ld be able to “give increased consideration to th e sc ie n ti­ fic adjustm e n t of a living a n d saving w a g e ,” w h en th e condition of th e c a r ­ riers ^ a s im p ro'ved. volving mem b ers ' o f th e New G iants. The atto-rney g e n e ral m a d e thid statem e n t in rep ly questions as to w h e th e r they w o u ld be a fed e r a l in- x'e.srigation of th e subject. N e h f started the sixth w o rld se r ­ ies gam e for N ew Y o rk today, w ith G o w d y catching, w h ile the W a shing- ton b a t tery consisted of ,,^13 tUe unflivided atten t io n of Ms I i t functions. M r. M iller has alw a y s been in t e r e s t­ ed in th e social science an d h a s m a d e application of his theories by id e n ti­ fying him self closely w ith edram unity activities. M r. M iller s tands for things xvhich m a k e fo r a h i g g ^ an d better world. H e is a forceful speaker and w as an excellent concert by th e -Cola- wlio died this m o rning, w h e n players of b o th team s gathered abou t th e p late and the crow d stood w ith bared' heads for a m in u te.' F i r s t Inn in g s New. Y o rk scored in th e opening in ­ ning. A f ter L indstrom Was throw n - out, F risch doubled b u t w a s caught betw e e n second an d th i r d on Y o u n g ’s splash t o ' 2o.chary. Y o u n g to o k s e c ­ ond orf th e play and scored on K elly's single. R ice made a rem a rkable catch qf M eusel’s long drive, ending the in­ ning. M cNeeley w a lked on fo u r straigh t balls to open. W a s h in g to n ’s flJrst in ­ ning an d w a s forced a t s e c o n d bv H a r ­ ris w ho waS\ c a u g h t ^off f irst base l a t- 01-/ ‘R ice fu g l e d an d K^elly, e rr e r e d I' o n Hosliii’s groutid'er, liq t Judge fann e d . ' ♦ - ; N e ither side scored in th e second* thivd or fo u r th innings. N ew Y o r k w e n t o u t in order. W a s h ington scored tw o runs in' th e fifth. H a r r is’ single sent in^ P e c k and H c N e e lv. 1'; WaritofetHm fem ina-Johus R e c itkl com p any. D o ­ nato C o lafem ina, a b r il lia n t young tenor, w h o ap p e a r e d here in o u r su m ­ m er C h a u tauqua, and who is a form e r- m em b er of th e B o s ton O p era Company, delighted the audience w ith a num b e r of solos. C o n stance N eville Johns favored w ith b e a u tifu l soprano solos and Miss M a rg a r e t ■ R inggold who has been a pianist w ith S w a rthm o re C h a u tauqua for a nu m b e r of seasons, rendered som e fine pianp solos and also accom ­ panied th e ■ s ingers. Miss I^nggold appeared here this sum m e r w ith/M iss F rances Ingram . , * ■•‘A- WOMAN BURNED; CHILD NEARLY SUFFOCATED Deposit, Oct. &— A n alarm of fire w as sT)iinded last n ig h t about seven o’clock. The firemen quickly respond­ ed an d found th e blaze to be in a house o'CVned by R o b e r t R iggs, on M y rtle .avenue, and occupied by th e H u y e k an d B H sack fam ilies. - Tlie fife w a s ih a- back bedroom , w h e re a bed w as on fire. The bed .and bedcing w e re ccx«sumed b u t the flam e s w e re extinguished before the building w a s dam aged to any g r e a t extent.. M rs. Ha.iinah lluyck> an. aged lady, was badly tu r n e d on botlirhands, -face an d back. She is doing as well as can^ be expected under the circum s tances th is m o rning. j .T h e five year cld son of M rs.. E d n a Reynolds, w h ich w a s in a fro n t bed- i-ooir, came near being suffocated by sm o k e .. H e w a s discovered by W illiam Ix e . who carried him in to th e open •air. As th e child 'did n o t revive thenv he w a s rushed tc the office of D r. Ax- tell, who soGn had him b r e a th in g n o r ­ ma! again. The-t child wMs severely b u r n e d on h is back an d is suffering fro m ifne-umonia, caused by inhaling th e smok.e. No one seem s to know how the^ f ir e of A rm a m e n ts a n d said th a t th e real detractors w e re those v/ho a t tem p ted to exaggei’ate its beneficial results. H e declared th a t S e c retary H u g lies’s deeJaration th a t cooperation fo r w o rld p e a c e w ith othe-f n a tio n s rhust foe., “jv i th o u t th e sacrifxdef of o u r rig M to determ ine o u r ow n policy” w a s th e repetition of a “sterile fo r m u la”. H e declared tha% th e Coolidge A d m inis­ tra t i o n h a d firs t disvov/ed responsibil­ ity fo r G e n e r a l D a w e s ’s m ission ab r o a d and th e n claim ed th e cred i t fo r the D aw es plan. H e added th a t it h a d done n o th in g to fu r t h e r th e p a r ­ ticip a tio n of th e U n ited S tates in th e W o rld C o u rt an d would expect, in th e even t of President Coolidge’s elec­ tion, to fin d A m e rican adherence to the W o r ld C o u rt listed in th e 1928 R e p u b lican p la tf o r m a s one of th a t p a r t y ’s ch e rish e d hopes b u t unrealiz­ ed am b itions. In discussing domestic phases of th e Coolidge A d rfiinistration, M r. D a ­ vis charg e d P r e s id e n t Coolidge w ith failu r e to- do an y th in g v o lu n tarily to uncover o r pu n ish co r r u p tio n reveal­ ed a t W a s h ington an d declared th a t if, as - S e c r e tary H ighes alleged, th e P r e s id e n t’.^ f a i lu r e to acom p lish any- coalition, th a t coalition in ce r t a in in ­ stan c e s m u s t have been n e a r ly u n ­ anim o u s . T h e D e m o c ratic nominee also expressed his w illingness to m e e t P r e s iden t Cooldige on h is A d m inistra­ tion’s record on th e ta r i f f and th e •Mellon ta x plan. started. Lathei'an Btptfetrjiood i a - An important mei^bing af;.th e Lli--. erah B rotherhood w ill be held tonight a t 8 o’clock. • ^ .KElX3lt3VlpSi> ' There .Will ,be a ep'eciar meeting p f the Reformed,' Church Guild, on Mon­ day afternoon, Octohei' 13 th, i^t 3 o-elook in ^ .BISHOP WILSON UNDERGOES OPERATION Baltim o re, Md., D ct. 8— Bishop L u t h e r B. W ilson of the Ne^vV Y o rk a r e a . of -the M e thodist B p is c o p a h church, w h o has bnen u n d e r tre a tm e n t a t U n ion M e m o rial H o s p ital hers fo r nearly tw o .«>monthSy. un d e r w e n t a n operation V .esterday fpr^ p r o s tr a te glapfi and to n i g h t , h i s condition w a s reported favhrablp. ’^.; . ' . , - His physician said j^e ralUed'^ e a sily from th e effeqt of th e operation. H is physician, w ife and d a u g h ter are w ith him! M rs. W ilson expressed th e hope th a t they w o u ld soop re t u r n to N e w Y o rk and th e B ishop \ w o u ld resum e ihis E p is c o p a l labors. ■DEERPARK RIDING AND' DRIVING CLUB FORMED The D e e r p a r k R id in g a n d D riving I C lub w a s organized' W e d n e sday even­ ing a t a m e e ting held in th e office o f th e garag e of H . L. G a r d n e r on K ing­ ston Avenue. T h e club w a s organiz­ ed w ith a m e m h e rsh ip of 16. T h e old race t r a c k owned by A r th u r P a n tl e y h a s been leased an d th e old course w ill be rep a ir e d a n d p u t in t« condition for try o u t s etc., an d w ill a l­ so be used a s an acam e d y fo r a tim e . S e v e ral o th e r ow n e rs of fa s t h o r s e s and th o s e interested in riding a n d racing have announced th e i r in tentton of joining the Club. T h e officers of th e new C lub a r e : P r e s id e n t— Gei?ild P o r ter. S e c retary— ^Percy D illistin. T r e a s u r e r — H o w a r d L. G a rdneH ^ C h a ir m a n of Trustees— ^Dr. Leo M u r rian. Tru.stees— Mr.s. C h a rles B a u e r, M rs. G e rald P o r ter, O tto B ritting. MONROE-ISSUE^ONDS FOR WATER SYSTEM Monroe, Oct. 8 —The village board met Tuesday , night and took the nec­ essary action to issue refunding bbhd .3 am o u p tpi# .\to' $2<),0a0 to- ^ similar ai^'oUhfi. of w a ter -bonds issued to^eonstruct a wafer , w b & s sys^ha. Sixteen thousand dollars^^djrthe origin­ al isstie has already been, paid off. I t ' 'w a s also deterim n e d to submit, to th e v o ters a proposition to issu e ' b o n d s in the-am o u n t p f $13,000 f o r the pryrehase of additional fire a p p a r a t u s A special election- w ill be . h e ld Tue«H day^ O ct, 21, from <4.:30 to 2 p, na..

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