Stroke Occurs During Night At Springs
to was of City, Au- u f a c - Bank Depositors Are Given Choice ( AKMOclnted PrcHB ) ' Cincinnati, 0., July 30.--Depositors 30.--Depositors of the defunct Cosmopolitan Bank and Trust company -which Â· loscd recently after a $2,000,000 hortagc was found in its accounts, vill receive 78 cents on the dollar 'or their deposits if they sign an grcement at a meeting of the Cos- nopolitan Depositors Protective as- ooiation tonight. Kli J. Frankenstein, attorney for he association, said that under the grcement the depositors would iave 39 cents on the dollar subject o check immediately. The balance of their deposits would remain in ;he bank that takes over the Cos- nopolitan assets, for one year. No ntcrcsl would be paid. CLEVELAND HELPS WAR ON BOOKIES used Arnold department It ot (be o u t p u t Southeastern an body jf by Mail. believe based 10 cared Youngstown, 0., July 30. Mayor Hcl'fcrnan's war on racetrack racetrack bookies had the backing of Cleveland's law department today. The two cities will join forces iu asking common pleas court to dissolve dissolve a temporary injunction which prevents police here from interfering interfering with the business of tho General News Bureau, race track news distributing distributing agency. The injunction also also orders that all wires taken from the bureau office d u r i n g a raid la-st week he restored. $6,000 IN JEWELS TAKEN FROM WOMAN Chicago, July 30 (Â£")--Sirs. Louis Sontag was going to dine last night with Mme. Rosa Olitska, an opera singer. She dressed early, put on jewels valued at $6,000 and sat down to wait. Soon the door signal buzzed and Mrs. Sontag opened the door. Two masked men pushed in, carrying pistols ami some clothesline. ..They gagced Mrs. Sontag, bound her in a chair and escaped with the jewels. An hour and a half later, Mme. Olitska arrived and released her friend, nearly unconscious. Mrs. Sontag's husband is an official official of Scars, Roebuck Co. STROKE OCCURS DURING NIGHT AT SPRINGS At Virginia Resort With Family Family For Past 10 Days INDUSTRIAUEADER H a m i l t o n Man Achieved Prominence In Nation Through Work Word was received here today 06 the very critical illness of James K. Cullen, ono oÂ£ Hamilton's outstanding outstanding citizens. Mr. Cullen accompanied by his son, William Cnllen, of Dayton, and Iiis wife; his daughter-in-law, --Mrs. Ruth Smyers Cullen and grandson, James Cullen, loft Hamilton about en days ago for Hob Springs, Ya., 'or the benefit of Mr. Cullen's icalth. His condition in recent vceks had become rather apprehensive apprehensive and it war. deemed best to take lira to Hot Springs with the hope of a more rapid recuperation. According to the telegram received received today Mr. Cullen suffered a stroke early this morning and owing to his depleted physical condition' and his age, his condition is deemed exceptionally acute. Mr. Cullen for many years has heen one of Hamilton's outstanding citizens, president of the Niles Tool Works company and the Niles-Bc- ment-Fond company. During his connection with the latter company Mr. and Mrs. Cullen resided in New York City for a number of years. Eventually, however, they returned to Hamilton and again took up their residence at South D and Franklin street. Industrial Leader. James K. Cullen has been recognized recognized for.many years as one of the, industrial leaders of the country. As head oÂ£ the Niles Tool Works company he took a leading part in all activities connected with the machine tool industry and was, looked upon as a man possessed of exceptional knowledge of this line of work. His deepest interest, despite other interests, always centered in the Niles Tool Works with which lie had bconie identified as a young man, after severing his connection with tbe old Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway with which he was an engineer. Active In Politics. Mr. Cullen as a. young man also vinced much interest in political ffairs, identifying himself with the epublican party and becoming uii- sually active in its affairs in the j.'hird. Ohio district and especially iu Jutler county. Mr. Cullen has not been in robust lealth for a number of years, hay- nf undergone several operations, lowever, he maintained his active nterest in business affairs until 'ery recently. FOLLOWING TRUCKS IN SUGAR BATTLE COLUMBUS NABS CHECK WORKER Columbus, 0.. July :iO (/?)--Join Bretch, alias J. C. McDonald, 23 Pittsburgh, Pa., was held today on c h a r g e s of issuing fraudnlen checks. He was arrested last nigh by police after a detective met hit on a street corner where Bretch had an engagement with a friend to go Cleveland, 0, July 30 (fP\---A new' way to combat the traffic in corn sugar, the gangster battles for the control of which is believed to have caused the recent murders of Joseph Porello and his brother Vin- centc, was being tried by police today today who were unsuccessful in their effort to padlock the chief corn sugar warehouse. Police established a motorcyc.c patrol to trail every truck which leaves known warehouses. PAIRriELB SCHOOL VACATION CLINIC A vacation clinic will be conducted conducted by Dr. C. J. Baldridge, health commissioner, and staff at Fairfield school, Thursday at 10 n. m, and Stockton school at 11 a. m.