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1'KKNTON EVENING SCHOOL SITE NOW UP 10 COMMISSION Wfth,L«4'ttnd Page's Approval Expect Stl.ction of Chamber* Tract to Be Endorsed W i t h t h e a p p r o v a l v r g t e i d a a f t e r Tii-on by th, liourd of School K»l! m u t e of t h r pun hasr of J j ui rr* ,r ' t h o ( ( l u m b e r s t i a i t b t h e Hourd i I K d u i a t i o n t h e n e x t s u p w i l l I*- in l a v e t h i s action r a t l f l . d br t h r c , t \ o m m i s s l o n It Ig h K , |x u, ,, t r i ( p r o p o s i t i o n w i l t be s u b m i t t e d to t! · o m m l s s i o n c i s 1- r l d a v a i t p r n o o n und a p p r o v a l is expected I n a s m m h us MAY 17. e* an( i |. aRP ) m v c w i t h d r a w n t h e i r opposition boiause of the revised p,lan of the school board which now propose* to build two school* on the site w h e r e only one had b««n contemplated IK fore « . . . Bickett said today, caJI for t l u on fitruttlon of the first unit ol t h e C, n VM'. H i? h Sch ° o1 *· S e p t t m b e r of U2S Thl. w i l l be a i t r u t l u r o to house the Commercial D e p a r t m e n t of » h * H i g h School V c c o r d l n g to s c h o o l ( o m m i s s i o n o , tl 1 K* r o_J l U P"" lble Hu' H'« m a i n H l f n School b u i l d i n g w i l l He U n i t at Hamilton Avenue a n d C h a m b e r s B Y**t» and the Junior scl ool dlaK«n ally oppoa(te at Oreenwood and the extension of Vulnton \ \ e n n r I he prs« t Chambers home w i l l prob ably be a p«jt of the High School ' At t h « mating of NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUCKMAN CARRIES PLAN GIVES RELIEF COUNTY BY 3,080 « o n l l n u r d f m m I'a*/e One ) uiltlexl t o w h e n t h i s m n e t P H s u i v I n i t h e r m o r e t h e d e i l r u b l e t w o f t o i y b u i l d i n g s ure o b t u l n u b l e u n d e r t h u j i l u n ^ u i h n p i o i e d u r r i r t | u i r e « m i re l u n t l t h a n t h e · I d p l u n where a b u i l I I n a; of s e v e r a l a t o i l i * w a s t o n M r u tpd it ont t i m e To · ffx, t t h i s h n w . v r d i i t H t i r s a s s e r t t h i t I KM I b u i l d i n g b e l l i * I O W P t h u t u n i t * in v I t « r e ( l « l a s npeded a m i w i t h t i n e of a f e w I u n d i d t h i m Soiditr CandidmU Mid* Exctl- l«nt Showing -- Machint Successful m Bucks l n " l 1.LK1 O N N P i i m m u n i t v t h e u i l l i n p IK t t t l i n g Pn M a 17 -J Hu k r n a n of Ui. c o s t M i l d l e i w n T o w n s h i j i \ i s l r r d « w n I t e p u M l i a n n o m i n a t i o n f r o i i n t y r e p r e s e n n t i v e i n thy h o u s e o f t h e J . r e x l a t u i * a t burl: o v e r f a n k Ollkeson of " P I " ' 1 ' I v " r I b ' i l liu k u i t t i i « m a j o i i t ) w i l l e x to I r u i r - i R l n i r . i no v i, * it j n b e l i e v e d nei ds iiiul flnniilnl u b i l i t v I nd, r i , T o i l I' m hot c a r r i e d But t h e o l d pi i n n e v e r a l m i l l i o n i l o l h u n i u u n t v b y a b r u t 4 5 0 0 m a j o r i t y h i d t o b e t l i d u p In o n e s l n g U b u i l d G . inr f i n f pel n « ti whole 1 A l t e r for the R e p u b l i c a n m for Governor, wh le As n s i t e for such n modern b u i l d - C.e IJJP \ \ h a r t q n Pepper carried t h » ng t i l t ( h a m l e t s tract Is p r u e t i m l l , , u » i t v In a b o u t 4909 majority o \ p r t h e o n l v one "^"'aM. I n " " , " \ \ i l n m I H u r k , f o r t h e nomlna-.on The Irind v v h U h the Hoard of ^ hool f, r | ,, , , ( , S , H , senator rt, n i ,r I n t i m a t e b u s v o t e d t o I H V I R 15 | , p j Kins* Wtrkvs WiU War On Drttf Svtffiiaf N r U Y O K K M i 17 I onna l i o n of a new l a b o r a f f l l l n t i m t e p n » « n t i n g a p p r o x i m i t e l v 1 0 0 0 0 0 m s . t l n e w o i _ k e r « i t aid t h e ( J o v e i n m e n t I n M i m j i n g o u t ^ ork wts a n n o u n c e d here t o d a y T h e n e w bod ^w111 h a \ e I t ) o w n KP( ret n e r v i p t o w o r k t i l i n g tin w a t t r f n t i L T h e n e w o r £ a n i £ u ( i n r e p i i ni i t * m e n u r n i u e d * i h 11 t h i ] \t g | i j,or m i , M i r n n ^ i i j j i i , OM l n, fl i i l ·\MKJ l a t i o i \ o 3 3 I n t i r n u t l o n a l 1 t u i i , M l K n in. i s A M s o t i a t i o n ' ^ f i t J l t u n s \ i n . n t i n \ s ** ' ' uf M i K t e r M i t e s a n d I i I - Harbor No 1 T i d v w u t e r I t m e i ,nd t i u i n , i is s m a l l e r u n i o n l (d i s Th, n. vv b d w III t c k n o w n as (In ( o t l s o l l d i i ta Ma i ne O r g a n l r a t on of thr i't/rt of N P W } orx a n d \ U I n l t v MISSLONGMOREIS OUTASSECRETW Pott With Welfar* A s - sociation Radnor Named to Succeed Fuld BIGUNERTOMiAlN NAME OF LEVIATHAN u \ - H I N I , r n t l l r i n s l I N»: Hoi I i n i l i , n V I I tl " t MI ( i in i n \ t t n - I | u l i t i H I n i n I . I , d I I _ t l Hal I I M i v I 1,1 n i I i l i f t I I n t . II \~ I i 1 HIP ' Is I, i I I l i t , i k ' n » i I n 1 1 u n s w i r K I K t l , s i| I i t . d r, I « i d n ' TAKES SHORT-CUT,' FOUND IN PJECES Nevw J e r s e y Man Los«» Lrf Whife Walking Along Railroad Track* At The Hotels t i n i t ponia to questions b\ Corqn»UI»oner Pa»e, asserted t h a t about one-third of the tract w o u l d ** devoted to recreational purpospn The plan now under c o n s i d e r a t i o n contemplate* the laying out of 8( p arate athletic field* for each I n s t i l u tlon. with one large neld for use of the students of both Institutions Commi^l«B«r» LM and Page, » ho purchase of enter_ 4 . T *~,-- '·ad* »»fmu.YTu j*-»itrr- pay that their decision to vote for Its acquisition was occasioned by t h e fact that the school board now proposed to build two schools on S5 acres, where before the wanted to erect but one on 42 acres Mr Dullard advocated purchase of the Cr-mbers tract solelv as , fltenelal adYanta*e to the citj. at the prtisnt time. He said t h a t In the first place the present High School Is filled to capaclt on a Single ftiilon, or so-called ·p.j-t time" basis, and the Immediate future require* that there shall be ad dltlonsJ hlf-h school facilities e v e n though the "part time" dlfflcultj 1st sKt overcome Purchase of the tract Mr D u l l a r d pointed out, would enable t h t l o i t d to carry out the u n i t s v s t e m of t o n ·truction and erect a f a i r l v i n r x p e n ·lv« building to take cirt of t h commercial department of t h e h l p f school, leaving the solution as t o d,f flculty In the acdemic d e p a r t m t n t to be taken car* of later on I n i p * this Is done" he said i t w i l l lip n e t I K sary at one* to purchase a ·He somewhere else and ere t n l a r p high school at a v e r considerubl cost" Mr Dullard «t«ertcd t h a t w i t h i n few years a new J u n i o r K hool w o n be required in the \ i l n i t of th Chambc.. land and If the t i a i t wt r not now acquired another site wonl hava to b« purchased and its cos plus, that of a smaller high scbw tract would probably aggregate a much as the entire Ii acres of th Chambers land would now cost ANCON TREAIY TESl VOR TACNA PAV *Y Imp' eni iigh ft r I he -i I ool l i t i l o i ^i boo! I I i t h i p i t m n i l f l . Ids and H i . in i t i I r - l l i h"t I d u s » ( I I i j i t is v v H I s i t i t t i tl fo t he u s M i ^ n . il to It I ul tl rt i u it Js 1^1 l , v e loped land w l m h ·NI ns l h . n i t i . I t o s t o f p u r base nd c h t r n r u U f s the necessity of des t u i M n g d w e l l i n g s o r other propertv It is Urge e n o u g h for present needs nd a l l o w s loom for f u t u r e develop i n e n t * 1 r I t ti HO i ei d i l g t h n l a t « * rrr 1 1 If the Board of E d u c a t i o n erects "" t h e ^^P"bllc-an ticket David A i t an early date a u n i t of the p r o - , , ed r ' r *^«d t"« aomloatlon for posed school relief w i l l be g i v e n the ' l , n l t e d S l a t e « Senator to nil the un ncreaslngl o v e r c r o w d e d c o n d i t i o n s 1 plr '° term of t h e '* te Senator Knox I n the High School the d e v e l o p m e n t ?. n1 for * f u l 1 t e r m Congressman f t h e land u l l l p r o v i d e thr finest ," r . nrV Watson, of I - n f h o r n e of t h e 9 t l i s t i i ts ^ 1' nt h t p o l l , d i o 4 1 v nt»-s " I 1 II ' i A l t . W h i l e P. P I H - I I - ' ^ i K a i n - i ti92 f o i H n UP · I I H I PI Hi d 4 9 5 3 and O Ikeson ed 2 0«3 I m j i e s u i w n t h e proposed bond fo r 160000 w i t h w h i c h to erect s new sohooi h,,,id ng «a* defeated New Governmental Method Is bv 40 \ o t e i i i n l y a small vote was cast on t h i s p r o p o s i t i o n COMMISSION FORM FOR WEST ORANGE I o n g i n t i · u « , TP i i i v t i n T i . nt n \\ i r u \ i . I v . d nt H sp j i i M i r i o t i l l . tl b \ M l n s I , n g n i I I | l e i p r m n r I i p I 1 H i g n i Ui n w i n i p t f f e a i v e J n - IJ o n a s \_J i l I t r t - n - i ga n l r a t t n w a s u l - i i l f u r t h e r d u t v it h H w n }· u l d had .ink. 1 tl i I n sijn pssor s e v r i i i ni n i l s i v t n i n V hi i t M - I f o c c e p t f t / i r , nf |jv ^ L Some u t i r , 11 n i ii \ * t ourse cif t i p o r t ; i / t i*ted f i s f v n 1 n i I I* T I k n i i I n i g u l 11 r u i r v " i · t U S P ; I . I I ' l l I. I T K I 11 . . I - 1 . i m« ' t hp ir I f ni l PS( Mr I t i (Ir d a m m c t l l n t e n I f i t i r o f CHARGES WHISKEY BUNDED SOI MERS \\ l\ l ^ t - ~- H \l ! t I . \1 v I U . n t v t nr I - I I si I I e r s vt r* m i I n t t m p n r n i l\ | r 1 I v b a d I v h l s K P V sr 1 I t i t i em s i t h « I n ted v ( « t e g r\ I p i a n - I i i n l n g Ht h 1 nt 1 ' i K n n o I nes n l i n g ^o t_tnri[ps · A dm*f- 1 * l I M l r rr . n HI/ t nd I v ( v h 1 m -i ir r M · I I · ft r n i 11 1 -o -r n i l . t t h t I i i . r i ( n m K H i t n r H i n i t h I It n \ft r l ( 'g l " in n I, m b }· a n t Is n u I \ pi i r It In rx- ( -\ f I *· ' f i l l 10 on i l w i i l l I I iv n t l i I I i n r . , w . ri j w | l i I m \ n . I I t II f* I n 1 i I "n i rnpl-1nl i » | nn nicton ' m i · t at II r If I f l» W | l | v are pKnn ttg i )m t n of H ·] AHHO- I a k e Hopjt i J ,, , h r, M * I -fin ' ' f erul n f r »n ' « f |i i » n « t t » n d i . Pin will \ r iTi'»r ot p i-ir»d ^ . n l i e d o k rt i r J i IP "· v "1 I A ,r i Sf T P n H of n n i r r d f i r i n - its pi Nt v n ] i t u run I P q u o r u m of I » hofi I r n u l d Obta n e d r u n p r o m l n « n t « t s n f t h e \ ; h a t k u 1 n I IK - M i l ' I t no T i l l t i e v ( h i t t h p « H r§ r n i t i re I I n p s an I N l o I i i v er I ogers men conducted a Y GIRLS'FROLIC AT PARK THIS AFTERNOON rM [ r After S«v- ·ral Defeats o m m u n l t v a t h l e t l t f u t i l i t i e s i n t h e t \ a n d i t w i l l u l t t m a t e ! [ , r m i t t i n r a r r v i n g o n o f h i g h school i d u n - t l o n a l a r t l v l t i e s here to the h i s t ad May 1 7 -- A f t e r being r p o s i t i o n for the. R e p u b l t - i defeated several times a commission i. n n o m i n a t i o n fo" Congressman f u n i of g o v e i n m e n t has been adopted I ' t \V A H a i n e - and W H TVeamer at W e s t O r a n g e bv a v o t e of two H t i u h l i c a n a were nominated as t o o n e t m n h a \ « g r o w n r ' »r Ii t o w a r d s it s-nd I t h H l bernm p n t t h a t r a d i c a l r h a n g p s 'o i n j f c t n e w h f « I n t o 1t «er« neMpij Lxjuls R e d n o r » » n n a m e d to the post of treasurer at l a » t night's meeting It Is prohablo t h a t a gp«- cial meeting w i l l b« railed ioon to effect the r e n r g a n t r a t l c n so long de- lav ed and tn ( h o n « 'Kswarm ^l***"''"}':.*?"** .^ lrh ..«°'. w«r» i u p p l i e d w i t h ' C a n a d i a n 1 » t Iskey at $12 «. q u s r t COME TO MY OFFICE, SAYS i a \l T nncmnrr pinuderl nurrpssor to M M Callie antage and on a par with the m o r k Representatlvei In th« l^gl.latu.e Th. law required that 10 per c«nL f other cltl*. of -lie comparable to i T h . y *'" unopposed -,,,,,,,,,, * f r v few Democra Trenton BUSINESS MEN URGE , CANCELLATION of the v o t e cast at the 1a«t election mocratlc votes were IP oollpd to adopt th« new gorern- t s t i n the c o u n t \ as there were no m e n t a l ; Hn A b o u t 63 per c e n t of i IT"' 5 . I r in rr if v o t t s recorded at the I n p i p w e i r f e w t o n t e s t s for local I i | ; ·· I. i t I pie don were '" - in « n of the r n u n i t ipalities at v t s t e r d a v s election FOUR SAFE-CRACKERS TAKEN IN GUN BAD UK * in . I f o i t v n ns t h e pt l a r d k j w h e r e James E i . i i o n i e ind T v i d n e C n d w a l l a d e r [ i i l l p d (in f q u j l n u m b e r o f v o t e s f o r R e p u b l i c a n c o h i m l t t e e m a n and Mrs I t hn O v e r w i t h 139 votes, defeated M i s (.eorpre U u e r w i t h 62 votes, for commit tee woman In M o r r l s v i l l e . there were no can- d d a t e s for commltteeman or com- t n l t t t e w o m a n In the First Ward and v i t r r s w r o t e In t h e names o f a num- N K U ( ! K I I e i l e non uf commissioners will r m a i k i i b l e [ t i k o p I n J u n e nut during the 1 rp m o o t i i t h i » n r l m p K t v P A T I \ \ T i r f I T Y M a v 1 7 -- M r f r p s i d p n t K n l d M n o r K d w a r d t f t h i I n w r h o m m p d ( Icijatci ( · t i p · n v e n t m i f t h e R a t i o n a l h l e r t r l r I i g b t A ^ o i l a t l o n ' I am going to pr sent \t)u w i t h the ke of the c l t j and i f you can t get what you want a i o i m d t « n t o m e o \ e r to my office I n e \ i r d r i n k i n M h m p In m v I f 1 t v o u k n w I r i n t i l k i b i t t l f v , i c n n n M f i n d w h i t \ o i « 4 1 t l o n u ' t i e l U a r d w i l k i r i f t l . \ hiirsp v o i too mm h let me kn \ i Ml r n ' j i f r o l ^ n I i r k t s - . f t r n n Tl · i» V M If \ t Md rg . . n n n ' n m I r . n n I f i r , I k I I r p t t 1 - j r ] r u n i n n ai 'f m I l « « I nn I A h e served a n I gnir t l a v e i Iv 11 rn I i l n I in - V r t M t l Mo ir Tonifht'i Events I 1 !«·*. t r ITI i i mm ' p" rrn u, I w l r* n w i l l .' t h e i n I ' r « J r n ; e C o l u m b u i School--Mothers '"luti Gsertnar s t n l ' a r l a n I i m e n Mo»«^ A u d i t o r i u m -- f e d a . r ( c«r tr\rn al P a r o c h al Hall -- L j f h LIKELY TO LOSE ARM STEAM BURNS WORKER MeianoVr Do l FRENCH WIU. SEND WAR DEBT MISSION \] i v 1 , . May IT -- Tbe Chilean te;r«Tlan conference todav was brought suddenly face to face with what many diplomatic observer' regarded as Its severest test The r«cogi}li*d crucial Issue of th» entire controversy I n v o l v i n g the v a l i d i t y of the Ancon treaty provision for a plebiscite In Tacna-Aric* camp to the for* unexpectedly through the decision of Chile to propose immedt ate discussion of a method by which that prorlirlon could be fulfilled Peru's plenipotentiaries manlfe*tl disappointed at the direction thus given the negotiations at the v e r outset, reserved commnt but Indicated that when their repl -»as made It would be far from an unconditional acceptance of the Chilean views. LYMAKAiBOli TAKFN INTO (EG10N OF HONOR YORK. May IT -- Lyman Ab lKtt, editor In chl«f of the Outlook was today made a Knight of tht Legion of Honor (·aston LJehert French counsul »4 N e w York, acting for the F -ench Government, bestowed the Insignia and c«rtlflcmte on lr Abbott The honor TV a* conferred on the retom- n u n d a t l o n of Ambassador Jusserand In recognition of the service rendered to I- rartoe and the allied cause during the war through Doctor Abbott's ed- i t o r i a l s and addresses on the lecture p l a t f o r m Taste is a matter ol tobacco quality We »Ut* it at our Scat t belt** that tbe to L vc« u*r*J in OtcMrrfield are of aarr qualitr (~4 k. c« 4rf better taitr) tan la air otatf tbe prie*. l itrmfit ul Sn * S f M i w A V H I N G T O N Mav i- l a t i o n of the $1] 000 0»3 000 debt to the t nlted MUes 'shortest road back to p r o s p e i i ' v *as advocated today before ttie 11 fi v e n t i o n of the U n i t e d Sta'es C b n n l«r of Commerce b J o h n Koas IVI i field i n t e r n a t i o n a l b a n k i if N P V V iipgres 1 * w i f e of C o u n r l l m a n John -- l i w i - i r l v , r t t h p i T i g e s t n u m b e r · f v t t x ft ct m m i t t e e w o m a n w h l l i I IMS. |] \I «s r ( i v i d t h e n o m i n i I n fin ( o m m i t K i m a n Mrs \ \ H ! i i ' t K 1 mis and Joneph H u c k n i i m wi i ' n u n i t i t o t h p ( u u n t v ( 0111 n i i t i t t r i t m t i p S p i o n d ^\ ard H n ' M i 1 i d H I w a t i l and Holme- i ^' M i ^ i t . ' '1 t h p nom mat ion i n f j t 1 hn I vv n 1 1 U i t I t ,,! t i n the ( o u n l v vv is i t l w , n ^ t n t M i c k r m n T n d ( » i l k . u tl l i e t i i . t h ill Joseph It n 1 I is ni u him liat k of h i m u l n l ( t i l k t s i n v v p i i t i t done ,mt| w h i U t b p I d l t i thd n o t w i n b s f r i . ntlf i n , l t t t d o v e r t b e s h o w i n g I · m iti, M o i ^ r i s v i l l r - s h t i w e d t h e machine it i t p n t p l * * i t t i t K!P tif the gantr I v i i v v v u d n i v . 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