A : great ''fleal of sfioulcl^eep ;them daily of fe r s s - e r e e i , , o r thus personally teaching them the hazards oiF the strata the boys and of traffic WAR OF THE DANGERS ' / W a s h i n g t o n , May 15--Forecast, . Ice.-Northern New 'England: - Parti ,. ly cloudy tonight; Saturday n o t - m u c h change , in temporatui-o. Â· Moderate fresh northeast ana north winds. Â·Â· ' '" Â· -- KVOL. XXXX., NO; 191. -.;-;- ;-. .^:; : SUN.ANDyTIDÂ£ J^| Â· 6tine'Â«rJ Tnu . '.''.. ' ''"fÂ£?, ' .'Â· Sun .rises ' ..-.'..; ' Â· ^4 ij ($. ' _ Sun.set's ..'.... "' : '0 M^'^ 'Lengni.of-floy : .-';.Â·'"''-ii"'ii^-\ High tide ...;.Â« a . iii'."c.2J'p. m.' .? Â·Moon risos" .;.. 12 .ss a. m. .:..'': Light auto lamps at 7.29 p PORTSMOUTH, N. E., FRIDAY, MAY 15,1925 = IS, TH E0 ^ aARL TlT'i, ^Â« fld " PRICE TWO CENT3 : J HepresentaJifes of tyrtsmoutfi, and to Castlt to Cossider Appor- By .Associated Press.) . ' . . Miss:, May 15--Waters ad..Jacent to Gulfpc-rt, Be'lpxi, Pass Chrls.| tian and bther'piilnts.oftho'Mlssissip'pl The Portsmouth city. council and of Peirce Island., constructing' ... , . , . , vl - 'Â·'--"vie jaiiina.. constructing a ^'pw and board' o selectmen of Now Castlo j road through Pie^iand * nA Â£TM and Rve w m m.*TM* tÂ« ,, j_i... . *\-_ _ . Â· . . . . . . ' u v t - r Rye will meet In a joint conference Tuesday evening,.May 2 C, to ar_ rive at satisfactory 'apportionments'tor tnese three communities to assums In the financial, necessities for the purchase of the New Castle' t o l l - . bridge unUer the provisions of the, bill recent- ' ..,,,,,. tbo new -bridge that Is under construction connecting'tho Island with the' city ' " ' Â· ' ' ; proper. The suggestion for the" conference or tha three official bodies was made by ^rohuska,:'Jr'..':-a member of "lantic coast after failure' to^break^the blockade of- the: Urilted States . Coast Guard.. EdwardjjJ.-W. Yelltwi'sy, chief .of'Federal Held fwc^and^H. Dailey director of Federal prohibition forces In Â·Mississippi .are liere.surveying the situation.- Tho. Mississippi, coast. Is the greatest rum:iri,p or tin s . -point Jn the United States toi:ay,,sald Mr. Tellowlsy and "-with" tho -coming- of'-vessels from tho-Jersey coast, there', seems little doubt of.the-smuggling fleets departure for the'Gulf.J, We: cxpect to be pro- I pared to meet, the!situation by land and by sea." ., Â· :.-:~~- - - Â·Â· - Â£S CS-^?iSLKK- * f 5 Â«'='Â«" S "Li Â»Â»Â«,,. TM Â«,,,,", jr?*"Â°TM: ;:Â«,Â·' TM Â«Â«Â» Â»5Â«.d .,, K.%-. P. . y . .. Warden.; chairman of the .selectmen ' oV Eye, -and Mayor - Orel A. "Dexter iy / s t a t d that. he. wduui- call: a,- _,, . . "Â· A - s -O i Â«'Â«'-Uit' t Tins course was deckled on last night at a meeting in the"Chamber of Commerce, rooms called - b y Â· ' . President diaries W.; Grny^ of the - chamber to see what, could, be;done':by tho three communities'named, -under tho provisions of tho-bin-. ' - Â· ' Â· - . . . . . . - - A largo delegation' w as : present rcp- ro.-enu.ns each community aiid sonti- H ment in favor of'doing away with ths *ew Castlo. toll bridge '-predominated throughout tho whole discussion preceding the decision to hold the joint meeting on May M. ' Councilman Bailey, who was present at the c o n - j T - - ference, made the suggostion and- it Un '- ler tbe Provisions of the bill met with considerable.favor that steos l Ponsr "Â° llLh wi ". b Â« obliged to : share '- '-' ' P w ' uh , "'Â» state the. larger portion of 23 MADE' MEMBER Frank, E.^rooks^Hs-citv vas -Tor a' Â· W - ' - . - at- -the Come Here for Sightseeing Â·' "hn .4 : i A , ITT* ' "Â· Â· -"/i ' ' :er Winning State Championship '. The Whitefleld high school' debaters who won. the state "championship in debating last "evening 'at tho -' New Â·Hampshire University, invaded Porfs- mouth today', coming from Durham in automobiles. - ' ; '.."A" banner triumphantly- displayed on "one'of the''machines, informoclfi .those .who .chanced to .gaze' at It of the - honors won in. competition- with t h j best "debaters the high scnbol o f ! this .state' .'could .produce. '-There-were -about 40. In the party, Â·some-of the parents 'of ' the debaters and other townspeople . of Whlteaeld being in the .-group -of'visitors. Su- -perintendent-.of Schools Â· "Wesley H. Douglass oÂ£ .Whitofleld was a mem-' ber of the party.; he_ assuming charge of the arrangements to . make ..'the trip 'to Portsmouth"- one. of enjoyment. , "^il'iam^H. '-Slayton, ''superin*Â»'Â«Â·'"-* 'of. the 3chools,of- Portsmouth,'; the ',visitors" New Hampshire ipntrinco"- t'O'-thc In- :terhatlonal- Â·Â·''. Â· Â· Â· - . . Â· - . . Â· . ""Â·*Â· Â· ^-;*v,(.i i t-jjt; Â«i jscjttdo'urc riivoi* oniAT*--i ~\\. * Â·^^^y " ^vIH'-.bQ willlnc" * ift iiVn'rft Â· . i n l n ^ ' f u " ' '' ' - Â· 11 ^-jiiucrs T i n / l t t f fl\*l V \ Â» n . . ( ^ T _ . . . - Â· Â· " * * - t Â» V . . , be takon to eventually .eliminate thb New Castle toll-' bridge by extending tho road across to tho lower extremity . maintenance of the toll-bridge. - BORN IN Ti-iE : HOSPITAL ' A son was boni to \lr. and' Mrs' Chester Hersey. of, Dearborn street at the.Portsmouth Hospitalfon Thursday. as to and taste in dress _ season, hosiery has acquired . slm greater importance, and ^J atlenlion ..s Paid to lt than ever before. This is because-jood taste has proclaimed coliored hose a necessary part of the wardrobe and more care must be taken in:their selection. ' Women have learned to know Phoenix H^andSo appreciate Ihe ^ i a long, service a n d - p e r f e c t satisfaction.,. " ' . ' ' ' Â· ed-sh.des^ match e,ery ^ or'shoe^o and Lisle ar ^ P u . Silk^tinost;attractive prices Â·Â·;..Sox for Men-Sox and-Stockin e s for children. ^ . . Â· ' ! . . . , .. at.-City t-Hall, cordially .extending the"--co'nVratu'lcctlons-';o;f-''Uvc' -.City : .of' Portsmouth'?to-.tne : -Â·v'i'c'tbrlous- delraters. . . ';"?_"Â».'.::...." .-.v^.'..-"_.v ; ; -TTnder. the ".escort -oÂ£ . Mr: 'Slayton; ..ihe.i'Visitors w'erb.- taken: fo.the'"p'bi:t'3'- r : mouth navy yard', where' they spent" ff pleasaritrhour or so viewing the .points otantfrest -abo'uftho reservati6n;'that 1ms playefl-an important'part In Am-' erican history.. The-trip to tho navy" yard was instructive "as " well as fascinating to tlie' visitors. The' trip to the navy yard over, the :party was taken around Portsmouth to view.the numerous historic points of Interest. Mr. Slayton acted as the guide and very efficiently explained the history of each point visited. A- visit to the iilgh school was a part o f - t h e program. Mr. ' Slay ton having made '.arrangements with Principal Lee T. Gray for an Inspec- . tlon .of the.school. - - Superintendent.- 'of Schools Harry Â· White of Hampton, who Is a former; member /of the school teaching -staff'^ . at;WhItefiold, will-"greet the -Whitefield high, contingent later in 'the day : ;The-victorious debaters and''.their: ; loj-al supporters ' who ' accompanied" Â·them, .took'.lun'ch. In this city, follo'w- . Ingr.the Interesting '""trip' about ' the . city -' "Â·Â· .",.";Â·'": ".Â·Â·Â· Â· '-iws5*.- Â· la the debate at -Durham, White- _fleld won ;the affirmative', sida of''a' debate -on '..the,-question: ' "Resolved' Â·That the ., Child - -.Labor Amendment. : Should ^be-Enacted into Law.-, fhe, Judge's decision-gave Whitefield" a V to"l verdict. On the negative side o f ..the same question .Keene. high gained the-.votes-of: three- . O f . the judges. M -Work Between .aiid-Portiaad" ' ' . .: -"Delayed Â· ,-A.utoist, .who were .looking for an mprpvemont on^the Main. s Â£u e high" ..ay between ' K l t t e r y . a n c , ' . ."Ported Passengers to Over tlia Li MÂ®tÂ§r Tine! Bus Sys- Freigfst Service . Chief. Engine'er.-.Sagcnt"- of ihe Maine - * - m i 1 3 ! " ' ' : -n, ",th'q' : -work will -Labor On or about June .15, pasuenger .service on the York Harbor'..and'.Beach. Railroad will come" to'an "'.end'. .'-This has been decided^by' thV'lSbs'ton" 'and' Â·Maine management".as" part'. 'Â·Â· of V 1 ' " Mame;rhehcÂ«-;the';delay.';"'' v --'. ' 1; curtail - moycmOTt^yhichV ..ha'sv .. been S\VRPnIln. t V t a e.T-.c,%-'X^,--^-.L y j.;i" . ..' Â·^.'Â·'. few ^ - Â· Â·-- .v . ^ ' u l - ul = juages, Whitefleld-getting two: Tho final' total gave WhiteheldV .six points-'and Keene four, and. with' it '---"'' '-'Â·'' state" debating title. ' - ."Â·The , rcembers 'of tho debating 'to-am .are_as :follows: v -.-: Whltefield--AfSrmativb, .Llia A; Davis, '23; Prederika F. Alexander. Â·.25"; jPaul.-McGoldrick,. '2C; and Rus- -scll. C.- Smith, '27,' alternate. " ."' Negative--Katie .;SanbOrn, '=23; ,Omer M. -Paradis, '26; Franklin DJ Shores ;'26;.-and "Do'ris M: Leach, '23, alternate.' " - .- -^' 1 sweeping the .years; It is- - _ ,, service on that'line will. ba^QonTtauea andsthat passengers- w.Il.i."-b'iii"t^ansiCci"-- red from Portsmouth" to',.pqIiits;-6n ; 'Uie Â·branch by the .motor bus' Â·'system.: and' make connection-at.York .-Beach for Â·Wells and Ogunquit:.'lt-.Is"aUo-'under-' stood that the baggage-Â· aia-iving nt Portsmouth for York, Kitti;ry-' Point Â·and other places, will be delivered un- der'contract by motor trucks. - The Y. H. B . R. p, was built ia 1SST and covers eleven miles of territory.. At one time a dozen trains were -.operated daily between Portsmouth - a n d York Beach and tho Una Â·brought in. much revenue to the ori- Staal .stockholders ana the opcratin- Â· * .. The B. M. did.jiot .icquire the lino .U-nSer. r any lease but was paid for tha uBe-^f-its equipment and certain amount 'of the revenue for operating. The B. II. ofticials wero elected- annually to handle tho business of tlia branch. The present Maine officials connected with the line are: Frank D. Marshall,. York; Joseph V. Simpso:!. York; Samuel R. Junkins, York, amJL Sumncr C. Cook of Portland. _." i'hbVabovpjis; a--'picture .of Miss LU-. Â·'lla'n Rossrnrho.'.won;for.Kenneburilcport Â· ..^ig^.school^at,\yhich.she_is a;.popular' . I attendant,..tha'j.-.Tiprfc : County .-..public! . . . Academy, and-gave:her'school-posses-,; slon"df,-.tho,champlon"ship' c u p - f o r . a Â·year;" : ''. - '.' Â· ' '"-:'Â·' -;, ; ' . : . - - ' ." . Â·:Â· .: Miss Ross took^as .her/subject - a .comedy recitation,-;'"Mr3.'"'Potts -Sum B., D, Brooks, the diver w.ho volunteered his ..services in'--an : under sea ; i-search for David Berna,' .maije :a. tlio- Â·j rough "coverage, y'e's'terda'y .of' th'o 'area j;in.which- it was .thought poissiblo .the [ body "might,be fpund:';''ln. spite of his Â·diligence no.", trace of the' body was found. Â· Â· Â· ' .- - . Â· . . Â· ' . - ' Â·. - '' Â· ' " t It is tbought-by.'some tliatitbe body ^ of the lad may have been" can-led by I'the 'tldo to Great Bay', and that'it will 'come to -the surface sometime,.within the.next few-daj-s'.'anil,be 'discovered by some watchful person-.'; along ' the river;front. Â· Â· - . . . - . , : - - ' Â· . ' Â· - From experience -it .has bcffi learned that a-'-body-jwill. corao" to'.thÂ«i,surface after; nine : t days, f rom-.ithe - date 'of. .the .drowning .which- In -thÂ« .caso'^.of '.the Eerna lad would,make it.possible that his- body, would ixi'se,from'.'.the depths Safurday or'Sunday." This provided it Is hot caught In some manner-beneath , the', surface. Tha annual-prlzo essay contest conducted by Henry "\Vallingtord Post, American Legion; o f ' Kittery, will be' leld-at'Tx-aip .academy at 7.30 o'clock :hls'evening and a lai-'ge attendanco is; expected. The program will be aa follows; Â· ' ' Traip Orchestra Co\nm. SSterlins "of American Legion Albert Seward Judges Reading of Prlxe Essay Vocal Solo , jrary Fernald .Selactlon....Â·;; Orchestra I -The ;pro8rram-will" be followed .by a. |15ox party under the auspices of the. 'ffiior ''-luss of'the ac.-.demy and dancing. There will to no admission fee. Overture Address Cornet'Solo Award of . ^gobd,- he"r.appTOp_riate-%estures..niakins li'er,work..all^the mqre : .;cn-fertaining; It Is predicted thnV^Mlsa;.' .Ross has a bright ''futnrp. berore'-'her -as" a' public" spealcer 'and' debater.;-' . ';.'. -.Â·"Washington. May IS--Ah earthquake of .moderate Intensity was. recorded today on the seismograph at Georgetown .-university. It began at.t.OT and lasted until S. A. .M.,":and..Us-Â·distance was paced at 4500 Â·milesrfrorn .TtTaslilngtpn "* vl th the .direction 'not'directly determined. ' .-'- . ' - ' - ' ' ' Â·' ,.'- ;,.-Mrs:- : .Mildred Casy/ell. BuperInte'h T ' , dent "of"the Christian ch'ur.ch, Sunday ".-school, _ .will - -attend; "the. - R'ockingham"' County Sunday School annual convention at Plaistow tomorrow morning as a. delegate - - ' (By Associated Press:) . w Tor^, May-15 -: A national move- menfto- promote widows.pension legislation' so as tCKpreserve.'as.far, as-pos-; ^ible a."h6ttie'-CoVe'yery : child-:was aCvo- catcdj, -today -"by-: -Sophie' :ii-eno "Loeb, Â·president- of Â·the:;CWld':, Welfare .cbm- ''mit : tee--of-'America-.;a.'t the.'"6peningJbf. b. conference ; pn-Ch'lld.'-- Welfare. Kepre- sentELti'Ves-'from -Â·Â·' cyery,' part . of -.the " ' Spates' ai-e' In "atte'ridanoe' 'Miss (By Assbcia'tod Press.)' 1 . "" .- Â· New York, May 15--Supreme Court Justice Glegerlch today.'dismissed'.tho divorce .-suit' brought by. Mrs.dLIllian Dulce -against"Jamos : Buchanani Duke tobacco magnate. She.' had raised -the" Question.of tho finalltyror^'-iidicree. granted to Mr.; Duke! after a ' itrlal'' In ^.cw Jersey 20 yeirs'aaroi -Thejjjustlce Held that this decree, must beiiVecog- nlzed as final. - . Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· - ; : - ' . . the \V" e" : . .montlily "business .meetling '-'of : will be'heid!!at the 2 "0 o cloc afternooni ,^a y s Â· - ^s ~. (By Associated Press.) Washington, May 15--Ten popular magazines have been ordered withdrawn from'sale at.newstands h=re an "obscene and Indecent." District Attorney Gordon-'whb banned tha publications, declared the list furnished tlie dealers was a .preliminary one, adding that HO or more magazines were on his desk awaiting -examination. The dls^ trlct attorney acted as a censor at the request of. newsdealers- after prosecution, had-; been, threatened in aevcral casea. No. widely known magazines or national, standard'are-included in the district attorneys list. : DeUUXE'.MOTOft- COACH SERVICE Botton-Portamouth^Portland eav-Inir from. Won. 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