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Asbury Park, New Jersey
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Friday, October 9, 1925
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ASBIIKY PARK EVENING PRE3S. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1925. 1651IINIS FOOil OCEAN Trials Begin Next Wednesday ai Toms River After Delay - Due to Jayne's Absence. MOTHER FACES CHARGE . OF BURYING CHILD TOMS RIVER, Oct. 9. The Ocean eounty court o quarter sessions will Vouvena next Wednesday for the pur-pose, of beginning the trial of 165 indictments which were found by the " two past erand juries, and which huve-i been held in abeyance pending uie disposition o cases in Morris coun-tv. where Prosecutor Wilfred H. Jayne of Ocean county has been act ing as (special attorney general an e appointment ot uov. ueorge ou ter ; i--Among the most important of these cases is that of Stella Saun-rtnrs nf Forked River, Indicted in e September 1924, for aseault to Kill. Mrs. Saunders it is alleged, auempi- ed to bury her two-year-old child alive, at her homo in Forked River. The charge was made by Eugene Saunders, the husband, and Mrs. Benjamin Saunders, the mother-in-law of Stella. Snunders claims that t his wife, on three other occasions, r buried newly born children in their garden, where it Is charged this last Infant was buried. . -Sauniiera and his mother testified before the grand jury, and it Is said, ...stated Stella scooped out a shallow grave nt the lower end of the garden ,.,and placing the babe , In it covered It with dirt. , . Prosecutor Jayne made a thoro in-" vestigation of the charges that two Mother . children had been burled in a similar manner, but found no evl-"3etce':that such crimes had been committed. Stella pleaded not guilty jto'ths indictment and retained former" Judge Maja Leon Berry as her j counsel, .but since his elevation to ."the. vice ohancelors chair, has regained : Howard Ewart, who was as sociated with Judge Berry in his law office. Since the finding: ot the indictment, Stella's husband, Eugene Saunders, was tried and found guilty of burglary at his home town of Forked River, and was sentenced to the state prison at Trenton for a term of from three to seven years by Judge Harry E. Newman. There are also a number ot other indictments pending -gainst both Eugene-and StcllaJ principally for the illegal possession, transportation am sale of liquor. Stella has all along maintained that the entire charge is a "frame up on the part of persons who have used me for their own nefarious schemes, and now that I'am of no further use to then, are attempting to discard In an interview she said, "I am ready to go to trial next week. They have nothing on me and I will be able to show the Judge the truth of Direct From TOP AND BOTTOM ROUND 39c" lb- 1 r V;.; - : yyili :'Vj $J c ; . the whole thing. "I never committed that crime; I am not that kind of a mother. I have other children and love them just as much as any mother ever did. No one can say I illtreated them in any way. I have always worked hard to keep them in school and bring them up in the way my father and mother, tried to bring me up." Episcopal Dignitary Will Vote In House of Bishops Until He Is Sentenced. REPORT $940,000 AS . THANK OFFERING TOTAL . NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 8. (By The Associated! Press) The first Joint session of the house of bishops and house of deputies, of the 48th triennial general convention of the Episcopal church in the United States of America wan held today to Scientifically Operated PI D CONVICTION OF BISHOP BROWN CROSS RIB ROAST 33c lb; PRIME CHUCK ROAST 99 :c lb. FRESH-KILLED CHICKENS For Boiling, Salads and Sandwiches 29c lb. . jPitcAeK Uatte-c hear the report of the national council. - The house of bishops yesterday approved the conviction of Bishop William Montgomery. Brown of charges of heresy andaffirmation of the verdict by a court of review. Bishop Brown, however, will continue to ha,ve a seat and vote In the house of bishops until he is sentenced by the presiding bishop. The bouse of bishop's yesterday heard a reconjmendatlon for the fix-Ins of the annual salary and expense allowance for tho primacy, totaling $20,009, and heard an address (by Bishop Sessums of Louisiana in which he pleaded for preservation of the church traditions and for "application of iirinciples ot democracy in eeloctlon of a prelate." A report yesterday that the presiding bishop, the most" Rev. Ethel-bert Talbot of Bethlehem, had submitted the resignation of Bishop Boyd Vincent of Southern Ohio was believed to indicate that an effort would be made shortly fbr the election of the Right Rev. T. I. Reese, bishop coadjutor, of Southern Ohio, as primate. I At a mass meeting last night the conference received the , report of the women's auxiliary on' the united thank offering which was. announced as $904,000, $96,000 lees than the goal, set for the current offering at the 1922 conference $1,000,000. This exceeds by $223,000 the total reported rt the 1922 conference. Stack Farms to th e Consumer Via the "ROTH ROAST V MOTH 718 COOKMAN "AVENUE (Retail Market) Phone NOTE OUR HOTEL DEPARTMENT - Free Delivery to Asbury Park, Bradley JoAzson fans. SIX MONMOUTH WINNERS AT FAIR Successful Dairy Animal Exhibitors Announced By State Agriculture Department. OPERATES UNDER THE FRELINGHUYSEN FUND (Special to The Press) TRENTON, Oct. 9. The state department of agriculture today made public, the list of successful exhibl-" tors at the Trenton Fair last week of boys and girls who are owners of dairy animals. Their thorobredct, shown in the club classes and the New Jersey Junior Breeders' association exhibit, were obtained thru the medluhi of the Joseph S. Frellng-huysen fund established four years ago, under which boys and girla are loaned money to purchase pure bred calves, pigs or chickens. The list of the youthful winners follows: Cattle Show Mercer dounty, William Campbell, Catherine S. Haus-ser. Curtis Johnson. Chester Tlndall, L4 AMI LEGS OF GENUINE FRESH SPRING LAMB Lff SHORT FOREQUARTERS OF SPRING LAMB 27c -Mb. . SWIFT'S "BKOOKFIELD" OR ARMOUR'S "CLO V E RBLOOM" PURE CREAMERY BUTTER In Vi Prints ,c "Roth & Co.'s" Famous Home-Made Sausage 35c lb. New Jersey's Leadine Wholesale and-Retail Butchers Horace Tlndall, Howard J. Stelle, Thpmas Stelle, Richard W. Reichard, Edward Reichard, James Pickering, David J. Mulligan, Alvln R. Smith, Edward N. Baker, Dorothy Gardner and Alvin Croehaw. Monmouth John W. Havens, Baird Hammon, Henry Hnmmon, Mount Hutchinson, Warren Okerson and Harold Van Hlse. Middlesex B'rank Staump, Thomas Sawyer and Edward Sawyer. Warren Riegel Brothers, Russel Mowder, Dewitt Vannatta, Charles FJ. Brauer and Tessie Scott. Hunterdon Alberta and Jobie Far-lee, Francis and Israel" Phillips, Chaiiea W. Hamilton and Austin E. Runkle. Burlington Harold Bowne, Albert Clevenger, Ruth Lipplncott and Donald Poinsett. Salem Pauline nnd Belford Moore and Clifford Hcnkens. Ocean Ernest Hirsch. Morris Helen Stickle. In the. Pig Show. Mercer Alfred Brearley, Guy D. Kitchel, Henry Baker, Lester Grover, Stanley Carpenter and Alfred Rogers, Jr. Salem Earl Hudson, Robert Smick, William Woeckler and Charles Garrison. Poultry Show. Monmouth Raymond Whitehead. Leslie Fletcher, Charles Smith, Howard Van Bent-huysen, Robert Hilman and George Brandt. Morris May F. Evans. Cumberland E. Flnher Davis. Middlesex William Touchon. & CO." Merchandising lb. COMPANY Asbury Park 361 ASBURY PARK. N. J. PHONE ASBURY PARK 4341 . - Beach, Avon, Deal and Allenhurst ' . E COUNTY AIDES Stokes Appoints Party "Assistant State Chairman" For Campaign Drive. SENATOR STEVENS TO REPRESENT MONMOUTH (Special to The Press) TRENTON, Oct. 9. Some 40 "assistant state chairmen" have been named by former Governor K. C. Stokes, head of the Republican State committee, to. assist in the election of Senator Whitney to the governorship. Most of them attended a luncheon he tendered them here yesterday at which plans for the present campaign wer gone over. Each was presented with a card reading "Reposing special faith and confidence in (name of bearer). I have appointed him an assistant state chairman." Speeches were made at the luncheon by Assemblyman Herbert Pascoe of Union; former Assistant Prosecutor Thomas H. Brown of Hudson; former Boxing Commission Secretary Abe Rachlin of Newark; former As-sislant IT. S. District Attorney Walter G. Van Riper, Newark? Dr. William A. Byrd, colored leader in Hudson; State Senator William A. Stevens of Monmouth; Charles C. Hil-dinger of Mercer and others. Stato Committeeman Daniel E. Pomeroy of Bergen, sent a letter explaining his inability to be present. Concerning these named - as "assistant state chairmen," the Republican state headquarters gave out a statement which said in part: "They represent every shade of thought In the Republican party and their ; enthusiasm for Whitney was unmounted. Reports from all sections were to the effect that Whitney is sweeping the state. They said that the sentiment for Mr. Whiney started to rise immediately after his nomination and is about reaching its zenith now.". Not all of those invited attended the luncheon, but the list of tl'ose named to help Chairman Stokes follows: Former Supreme Court Clerk Enoch L. Johnson, Atlantic; Senate Secretary Robert M. Johnson of Atlantic; Arthur F. Foran. of Hunterdon; Walter G. Van Riper, Essex; Postmaster John Rotherham, Jersey City: Charles C. Hildinger, Mercer; Bent-ley H. Pope, Mercer; Louis Garber, Ocean; Charles Y. Barlow, Mercer: former Assemblyman Harvey S. Moore, Meroer; State Comptroller Newton A. K. Bugbee, Mercer; Carrol S. Merrlt of Madison; former Speaker Charles A. Wolverton, Camden; Abe H. Rachlin, Newark; Dr. W, G. Martens. Senator William A. Stevens, Monmouth; former Senate Secretary William H. Albright, Gloucester; A. G. Hlldrath, , Cape May; former Assistant Prosecutor Donald H. McLean, Union; William D. Sayres, Jr., Camden; Herbert J. Route, Saving You 25 NAM WHITNEY COLLEGE FOOTBALL Games Tomorrow " Washington & tee at Princeton. Rutgers vs. Maryland at Phila. Upsala vs. St. Benedict at New ark. ' Georgia at Yale. Middleburg at Harvard. Pennsylvania at Brown. Williams at Cornell. , Penn State vs. Georgia Tech at New York. Vermont at Dartmouth. , West Virginia at Pittsburgh, Washington at Lafayette. Drexel at Lehigh. Wesleyan at Columbia. Knox at Army. Marquette at Navy, Bowdoin at Amherst. St. Bonaventure at Colgate. Union at New York University. C. C. N. Y. at St. Lawrence. , Galaudet at Fordham. . Rensselaer at Sprjngfield. New York Aggies vs. Manhattan at New York. Lebanon Valley at Georgetown, Providence at Holy Cross. George Washington at Bucknell. Waynosburg at -Washington-Jeff. Mt. St. Mary's at Carnegie, Richmond at Virginia. Ohio State at Chicago. Grinnell at Minnesota. Beloit at Notre Dame. Butler at Illinois. Indiana at Michigan. Franklin at Wisconsin. , St. Louis at Iowa. ' Nebraska at Missouri. Northwestern at Lawrcnca. Centre at Oglithorpe. . rr.scoe, Union; James K. Hilnith, Cape May; Elijah Johnson, Dr. Frederic Collier, Mercer; former Speaker William W. Evans, Pater-sen; Dr. William A. Byrd, Hudson; Thomas H. Brown, Jersey City; Fred Germain, Newark; Louis F. Dodd, Montclair; Edward C. Rose, Mercer, former Utility Commissioner Alfred S. March, Middlesex and County Clerk E. Bertram Mott of Morris, 3 Whitney campaign manager. NAVY OFFICER IS DROWNED IN FALL PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 9. UP) W. S. Jackson of the U. S. S. Hannibal was drowned early today when he fall from the deck of the vessel at the Philadelphia navy yard. It is believed he slipped on the freshly washed deck and fell Into the river, striking his head against the side of the pier lii the fall. Lieut. Frederick H. W. Jackson was 25 years old und was graduated from the naval academy In 1921. He had been attached to the Hannibal ever since. His home was in Glen Ridge, N. J. CUBS, ONE UP, INVADE RIVALS' LAIR TODAY CHICAGO, Oct. 9. (A) One up In Chlcnso'3 :it series, the Cuts today invade Comiskey park, lair of their rivals, the White Sox. .After playing a 19 Inning tie, 2 to 2 ,on the opening day, tho National leaguers yesterday turned in a 2 to 1 victory. , Percy Lee Jones, southpaw hurler, may do mound duty for the Cubs against tho veteran righthander. Urban Faber of the White Sox. Percent On the Very Best FORK FRESH PORK SHOULDERS 25C lb- LOINS OF FRESH PORK 35c ib ARMOUR'S "STAR" REGULAR HAMS 10 to 12 Pound Average 32 lb- Fresh-Killed Dry-Picked Frying Chickens 2Yi to 3 Pounds Each 37c lb, LEWISBURG READY T( Bucknell Student Body to Meet Funeral Party on Ar- 4 rival Tonight. ! LEWISBURG, Pa., Oct. 9. C4) Christy Mathewson's adopted home town today was nreoarinc to render J last honors to its hero of the baseball diamond, whose body Is expected to arrive here tonight from Saranao Lake, where the famous pitcher died.' Arrangements have been made to have the entire student body of-Bucknell university, from which Matty graduated In 1902, meet the funeral party. The last services will be held tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Mathewson's mother, Mrs. Frank C. Sto.igh-ton. Mathewson;s memory wi-l he honored at. the Bucknell-WashinKton university football game also, when the colors will b ehalf-maste4 prior to the contest. A bugler will sound ' "taps," and spectators will stand with bowed heads for a minute, une oi me principal mourners ;s' Christy Mathewson, Jr., now in the junior class at Bucknell, and a mem-! ber o his fayier's fratenity, Pbi Gamma Delta. OHIO STATE-INDIANA INVADE WEST CONFERENCE CHICAGO, Oct. 9. UP) First football Invasions of the western conference season are under way with Ohi6 stato enroute to Chicago and Indiana treckln ginto the lair of tho wolverine. The Buckeye Incursion is the most noteworthy, since It" brings Wllce's proteges to Jar, it possible, tho aspirations of Coach Stngg's Maroons for another bl5 ten title. Coach Yost is prepared to run !n nn army of reserves against Indiana. Coach Ingram plans to replace W. Fisher at left tacklo with Clifford, i TVsssell. and Sibley at right end with Elsewhere in the conference and at Notre Dame, workouts taper off today. Coach Rockne Is preparing for the Army game next week and expects to keep many, of his first team on the bench in the Beloit game tomorrow. Meanwhile at Minnesota, the Notre Dame game In a fortnlsht means more than Grinnell or Wabash, the next opponents. Captain "Red" Grange and hia mates of the Iillinois are !n fine form tor Butler, light practice is Wiaoon-rir's final workout for Franklin and Iowa plans no change In line-up against St. Louis. OFFER 110,CCO FOR CANADIAN MARE MILTON, Ont., Oct. 9. OP) It Is reported that the owners of Jean Grattan, tho pacer which set a world's record at Lexington, Ky. last Tuesday have bn offered $110,009 for the Canadian mare. Jean Grattan was purchased by A. L. Chambers of Milton for 500 and after being trained as a. pacer he sold her for $5,000. Quality. ) HONOR ITS HERO

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