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vo TWO THUGS STAGE FOUR DOWNTOWN HOLDUPS; VICTIM DYING PAIR KIDNAPS i RESTAURATEUR IN AUTO: ROB AND BEAT HIM Hurl Unconscipus Man ; From Car Many Blocks Away. GET $400 CASH; pi,U00 liN JEWELRY ,000 IN JEWELRY Two armed thugs operating in -the downtown district earlv yes terday morning beat and robbed W Pedestrians, rendering tnem Unconscious, ;iml held up and I Sation, and William Jones, of 1157 Lib- ! fobbed two others. One of the:erty venue ""pd 2: in the ivnn i victim, a downtown restaurant i Trf T .n T?y- ' Sno ;I t - . nien were cuarged with keep.n dis- : f...t, u iiiun.iH in in: muii iiiioiarlv houses 4he Passnvant hospital. Tlie other, a resident of Erie, Pa., is feonfined to the home of a rela-iivc. -The bandits escaped with $400 in cash and jev.clrv valued at $1,000. y Thv man believed dying is Fred Jloeschtetter of 30S Gearing avenue, 'manager of the Shelby Restaurant. T01 Smithfield street. He. was found unconscious in a pool of blood on .steps at 2203 Bedford avenue shortly after 2 o'clock yesterday morning-. , ON WAY TO HOTEL. k Hoesehtetter, according to the police, in a statement at the hospital a 4ew hours later, said he was en route "to the William Penn Hotel when he -tvas accosted by two youths in ''.small touring car near Sixth avenue : 'and Bigelow boulevard. They struck him on the head and dragged him into jthe machine and sped away, he isaid. .At the time of the robbery, police say, Hosscbtetter had $200 in cash, a diamond ring valued at $700, and a diamond pin valued at $223. These were missing when he was admitted at the hospital. Late yesterday afternoon Jiospital officials stated that the founded man was unconscious and "that hip condition was critical. An hour later a pedestrian found H. J. Edninb of 1139 East Twenty-sixth street, Erie, Icing on the pavement at liberty avenue and Tenth street. The man was rushed to the Allegheny General Hospital where after being- revived told of being attacked and robbed fcytwo youths in a fcmall touring car. lift said they stopped him and made inquiries regarding a hotel. When , he approached the car, Ednini said one of tiie men struck him oa the head and tendered him unconscious. The victim - csat4 he was robbed of $105 in cash. Relatives were notified and he was removed from the hospital. ' - ACCORDION STOLEN. Ywo other pedestrians reported being: held up and robbed by two youths in an automobile early yesterday morning. One waa robbed in Sixth avenue near - W ylie. The other in . Pnn avenue near Ninth street. The m names oi mess viciima are Deing.i withheld by the police -Thieves entered the home of S. J. Miller, 2502 Pepn avenue, early yesterday morning and stole an accordion valued at 1300 and clothing valued at $t00. Entrance waa gained by forcing- a rear window. The family were abient at the. time. Jl' TAXI DRIVER ROBBED. ' 'JTwo youthful bandits covered Albert W. Boone, 4631 Carroll street, a taxicab driver, with revolvers as- he ai in his cab wich waa parked in Anderson street, near Isabella street, laet night, and escaped with hi receipts, $7. Boone reported the robbery to Northside police. H ORGANIZE TO AID IRANIANS Fifteen hundred attended a .mass meeting .held last night by the United likranian Jews of Pittsburgh in the Cteiiter Sqtjare Theater, Center avenue, th form an organization to Bend relief it) the destitute Jews in. Ukrania. The- speakers included Dr. A. Margolin. Attorney Benjamin Leneher, Ben--jamin Steinberg, Rabbi M.. S. Sivitz, Bbfci E. W. Kochin, Attorney H. Stewart Dunn and I. D. Abramson. V. A-'Weinstein presided. Officers of the new organization wi1 be chosen at a meeting Tuesday night, March 17 in I th) Zionist Institute, ' ' i j '-Rai! tie Comic on the Want al mm. ! A-gmile very day-Advtrtis me nt. S j Salesman Tries District Attorney As Prospect; Is Jailed Believes Arrest Hoax Until He Lands in Smethpoft Cell. THOUGHT LINE ' LEGITIMATE SFECIAI. TO THE PITTSBCKGH POtST. h KANtJ, Pa-, March S. L. H. Wyeth, 'who says he is a salesman for the AROUND DOLLS AND GAMES PLAYTHINGS FOR CHILDREN AND GROWNUPS LAOER'S TOY STORE IJBXRTT AVWL. Or irootD sr. EIGHT CHINESE CAPTURED IN RAID ARE HELD Gambling Apparatus And Gambl;r.:r apparatus and opium wer ! confiscated, poiioe say and eight Chi- 1 nc-se were arrested in a raid early yesterday morning on a Chinese room.n.' S house ahove the Oriental llfsuinram, 3711 Forbes btrect. Tho.sv arreMfd were Y. D. Sing, proprietor of the rooming houe; his bi other, Ix-u Sins; Duck Vut and Yee Kintr. all of 3711 I.-,--V,jir -,.-., . I ; i - : , , . i r; r'cn'5 av'""e and Whitfield street: ! i-.ecr.ie l-ock, of 3710 Forbes .street. ' r.ni Sins le'. of 125 Oakland avenue. I At a hearing later in the Oakland po- ! nee nation, the eight Chine held over. were -avenue, was held far further investi. ! Fourteen visiters j eight of whom were found in the 1 t rm aenne house, and ti'-x in the Liberty yxenue p!ac were fined : each. Bernard Merten. ? years o.'d. alleged proprietor of a saloon at 2734 South Kighteenth street, was fined Slot) in the South Thirteenth street police station yesterday on a charge of keeping a disorderly house. Albert Klinker. a bartender, was fined 125. Police testified they found a pint of moonshine. ani a slot machine in the place. 1 Bloodhound Sniff Is Given Blow As Evidence in Court TOPEKA. Kan., March S Evidence a j obtained through the use of blooa- hounds is not sufficient upon which to base a conviction, the state supreme court re has ruled. ThU i.s one of the hardest blows j dealt to peace officers in years since in Kansas the old bloodhound wy-- I tern of tracking criminals still is fre- j ciuently followed. i Under .he terms of I he opinion n ' Chief Justice V. . Johnston, how - ! ever, the "bloodhound evidence" tui be introduced, but it must be .substau- ! tiated w ith more definite proof of ! guilt before sentence can be passed, j BLACK-JACKS, GUNS, I CLUBS, USED BY RAIDERS (Cintinued From Pajc One. ! up Justice Morgan w ho had accom-! panied the raiding party but who had been left a equar or so away until the rough stuff was finished. WhiU their captors were thus weakened, the prisoners made another degpernte assault but a second time they were repulsed. LECTURED BV JUSTICE. In this rush, J. J. Brophy. one of the agents, was severely bitten on the finger in an individual fight. Brophy shoved one of the attackers in the face and his finger accidentally slipped into the latter's mouth. He hunff on bv his teeth and Brophy had to jolt him rather hard tn nut. him .t. digit. f Justice Morgan seated herself behind one of tho pool tables and prefaced her work with a short lecture on th evil of attending cock fights and an explanation of the procedure of giving forfeit for a hearing. Then taking a pad and pencil from her handbag ishe began to take down the pameg of the prisoners. After giving his name and a forfeit, ranging from $10 to $30, each prisorMr was told to appear for a hearing tonight in the justice's office. Sewickley, then he was released. THREATEN FIGHT, At first some of the crowd raised a "fuss" about paying the forfeit and declared they would put up a fight if an attempt was made to lock them up. f A call was then put in to Sheriff Rob ert G. Wodside, and the county patrol wagon was ordered to the scene. Upon hearing ihat the deputies were on the way, the' prisoners lost no time in paying for their release. When the county officials arrived on the scene everything was' quiet and Mrs. Morgan was handling the situation in an efficient manner. They stod bvv however, until the last man had taken himself away. Agent Ahn said more than 20 of the r-ns0Ber6 were boys, between 17 atl(i 20 ya ld. One lad, he said, couldn't have been mora than 13 years old, although he pave his age as four years more than that Ukla Grape Products . Company of New York City, jesterdfty entered the oftice of District Attorney E. G. Potter in Smethport, presented his card and remarked: "If you could get a superior quality wine at a pre-war price in a perfectly lfgal way, would you be interested?" The district attorney was interested and asked for a sample. The salesman produced a bottle labeled - wine "with an alcoholic content of 18 per cent." County Detective J. J. Allison entered, whereupon the man and his sample were taken before Justice of the Peace R. G. Gleaspn, where the salesman was held under $1,500 bail. Wyeth, seemed to believe the proceedings a hoax until he found himself in jail He said that he had been informed by the New l'ork concern that his product was legitimate and the wine was intended fcr medicinal and sacramental purposes. It transpired that Wyeth had solicited Smethport residents in an onen manner and was j aware that Mr. Potter was the district ; attorney when he approached him. : The prisoner sent a telegram to the ! New York concern, but no reply has i been received. Priscilla Tries to Please m. .'"'v lim i ii hi ii i w i 1 1 1 1 1 ii i , irr yrrrTiirniMir"janMrfi m i r iiiri-.vn-. n -- J u - js I I 1)1 1 ma v Vv'.'.:.,1. ..-.-..-.-.. wjr i. - tm Priscilla Dean and her sweet mama (top right ), who isn't "Mamma" at all to the screen beauty, but her chum, "Mary." Miss Dean arrived yesterday for a week's engagement at the Grand Theater, where she wiii appear in connection with the showing or her latest film play, "A Cafe in Cairo." Admirers soon discovered the star in her temporary quarters in the Morrowfie'd Apartments, Squirrel Hill, and she and the telephone grew real chunimv. Xtra" Priscilla Dean leap from was petitioned to yank forth some-window and lands on cement walk j thing ticklish about her famous daugh-three fbt below'. i ter'n past or present. Well, she really didn't make that j 'Oh I can tell you lots of things," jump, but, then she offered to. Any- said Mama Dean. "In the morninir. thing to please.- That's, 'pretty Priscilla all over, j "Now Miss Dean," began the zippy j (or dippy) young news hound, "how i about something snappy, peppy. sn- j national -aw, you know, live .stun" for , the front page? Iet'B go:" j "Wait a minute, till i think." th movie actress replied, cupping a cheek j in one dainty hand and for once mak- ! ing her big brown eyes lehave them- ! helves. j HERE FOR WEEK. And Priscilla thought. That is, she did as , well as she could under the circumstances. Outside the door of her home (for this week) in the Mor-rowfield Apartments there was thunder of the feet of autograph-seekers. 1 The telephone rang continually at the bidding of hopeful admirers yearning to hear even just the eough she picked up in Toledo. Alas, in spite of the efforts of hard-working press agent, it had leaked out that the star of the silver screen was going to be in Pittsburgh this week and appear daily at the Grand theater in connection with her latest film, "A Cafe in Cairo." While Miss Dean thought, the interviewer decided to say that her dark hair lookej like it wa bobbed, though it wasn't, and that she wore a black nftfrnnnn ,t r- tl,..t Vi-,.4 ... thins on it and looked siick, and that ! of live wires thrown knitting party. intn u ifiiiMt I . OFFERS ro JL.MI. "- "I know," she declared at last, those brown eyes turning into Roman candles again. "I'll jump out the window for you! It's only three feet to the ground!" Not so sood, .-wax tne verdict. Too movieish. "Well, then." the inquirer began again, striking a new tuck, ' how about giving some advice to girls? You i luiow, -early to bei and early to rise' j stuff. "That always trets over" i "Why go to bed early?" was the response. "I never do. It' much more fun to stay up and see what's going on. Life's too short to spend all the iime Sleeping." And another clue to a yarn went glimmering. ii i.i t , i iigjii, men; we'll let that pass." ! the news-hound sighed with drooping spirit. "Say something about those wild fudge-making parties out Hollywood way. That's the ticket !" EVERYONE DIETING. "They make fudge! How ridiculous! Why would thw maU fnH-c when' they can't e?it it? Kverybody's i on ;i diet out there !" : "Well, talk about your art. then," the interviewer suggested desppiaU--l.v. "Which of your pictures do voti like ie.st. and why?" "Oh, that's easy. I like the one that makes the most money." -As a last hope for somet hing to J write about something snappv- j peppy, sensational the acres'' mother, Mrs. Mar?- Prescett Dean- ! whom PruseUl addresses aa "Mary," j for instance, when she gets up Oh. my!" "Yes, e; go on "Why. she's just awful. She kicks the .bedcovers off, throws pillows around and everything!" TWO POLICEMEN j BADLY HURT (Continued From Patjr One.) at 3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon when he was struck by an automobile at Delia street and Southern avenue. He was removed to the Southside Hospital where it was said he suffered internal injuries and a fractured right leg. Philip Helf of 102 Southern avenue, driver of the machine, was lodged in the West End police station. Thrown from the 'back end of an automobile on which hf "" had been stealing a ride, at Liberty and Sixth avenues, at 7:30 o'clock last night, a boy believed to be John Stride, about 12 ytears old. of Paulson street, suffered fractures of the skull and jaw. He was taken to the Allegheny General Hohpital, where his condition was said to be serious. There was nothing in his clothing to identify him, but when picked up he gave his name and ad- dresfs, lapsing into unconsciousness j afterward. Another bov, who w is j!.h. him Ht U" ,inM of ,he 41 years old. of 1614 j Adams street, was cut by flying glass (when n automobile in which h was jriding. driven by John Guretonovic, ! 3329 Preble avenue, collided at Penn avenue and Twenty-firth street last night w it h an automobile driven by Joseph Domursky. of 272! Penn ave-jmie. Lubetlc was taken to the West ;Penn Hospital, where nine stitches jwere required to close a cut in one cheek. He was then lodged in the Penn avenue police station charged , " "!""nKenne.ss. Guretonovic was arrested on a charge of violating the automobile laws. MUSICIAN WEDS FOLLIES GIRL NEW YORK. March 8 Another romance Wossomedi todav 'Follies when Lois Wilde y.iP"-f.-bl h.t,. ...i .. . - Leslie SherrifE of Washinglon I) O went to the parsonage of Central Congregational Church. Brooklyn, where the Rev. S. Parkes Cadman performed the ceremony. SherrilT. formerly a member of George Olson's orchestra, a Ziegfeld production specialty, has left, the Follies, but his bride means to continue on the stage for the time being. DIED. ! PI t( II. (.1 (lltl.l lt-.'., At -,:3il a. Oil Suiei.i v. Mtl: . ti i . fieoree Siinm'.-li. brother or Mj ShuiiiHnrf, his th year. 1'uneril (rum hie lute rf il. n 1115 Pro-press surest. Northni'l'. -iineMiiv, March It. at ?.t5 h m Kcrnii-rn htirh mass nt St. Xisheiae Church. tilvte. at ) i m, PVifnil? f the fjurllv and mmbn ef .tioal C.cl ftaciecv ar rmtptxAhxJlj iavu4 ta 'fnl Waste In U.S. Air Funds Is Denied Aircraft Society Says Men, Planes Best In World. BV Till: S"ti ! : i -t; WASHINGTON". Mu.cl! S. - S-: -rations made durini: (he ! til aircraft controversy that inuJeii ii;:!e results have , n olt;imc d (n ni the expenditure of $43?.. lion. 000 on aviation in the lus-t five years v. ere declared in a statement by the N;;tionui Aeronautic Association '....niiit to ) "very unjust." "America, in pari by reason of this expenditure," said the statement, "leads the world in e. elhnice of types of machine.' and etvaini's developed and in the excellence r idiots." The is.sociat i. n cvpi-t I vitjorou---disagrer.-mpnt with advocates of unification .f the tiiii-f-rnnient air service, favoring iiisiead establishment ia the department of commerce a bureau of civil aeronautics "to provide !'o: the j inspection and licensing -f ali private ly owned machines "and the examination of pilots emplojed in tiperating t hem." Honeymoon Ended When Man Is Shot As Gold Burglar WASHINGTON. Match s. Tltf honeymoon of Frederick Ivlisuii Veth. :i) Vfurs old, of Chicago, and his ls-vear-oid bride of less than two weeks. ended abruptly la-re lday w lien he was .shot in the le: by an employe of lr. V. i;istr. a dentist, whose office he i.s .'iCiMlsC'i! of :i llcriiiitin" to ruli Ilw I young wife was taken from the honev- moon suite in a downtown hotel and hell for investigation. Yeth. police said, had left a note for his bride at the hotel this morning, saying he had business to attend to I and would return shortly. She denied knowledge of his allowed errand when the police called at the hotel room, where they reported rinding a quantity of gold. When wounded, police al- ! -leged, Veth was rillint? hi pockets with j gold used for dental work. National College, j Heavily Backed, To j Aid Art, Is Planned i NEW YORK. March S. Plans for! th founding of a national college of; arts, with the expenditure of $2,500,-j 000' for buildings and an endowment; by the council of the National Acad-j emy of Design after a special meet-1 ing today. Establishment of a 7Q0,- j 000 fund to provide an income to en- able 25 students of the school to go j abroad annually for study also is i planned. The academy plans to raise a total or $6,000,000 for the expansion of its educational program. Of this, $1,-000.000 would be used as an endow ment iunu ror tne adequate presen- j tation of semi-annuul nublic eshibi- j tions of American paintings, sculpture, architecture and engraving" in all cities joining inane movement. Two Dry Sleuths Killed, Four Men tiela. t Or JVtWraer NEW ORLEANS. W.. Charges of murder were March 8 filed today against Byron, Eustice and Robert Dunn, of Vinton, and Winfred Rurge, of De Quincy, La., by J. J. Robira, district attorney of Calcasieu parish, as a result of the killing Friday night of William E. Collins.' Federal prohibition agent, and Samuel E. Duhon. deputy sheriff of Calcasieu parish, according to advices received (pnight from Jike Charles. La. Collins' and Duhon had start ed out with a war- rant to seek liquor in the Dunn home.!1 'nP w,"rn,mn vtn lo ca" r11 Their bodies were found-in an auto- ! tt" ? Wlt"fs e first part of next ile in an old cemeterv. flllUP innOCCPCD ILSnnPC ! UA V iJ AUUntODLJ mUUuL 1 Secretary of Labor James J. Davis I spoke vesterday at a meeting of the i Pittsburgh Lod-e of Moose in the I T u i'. tctmrtto t ' i". 'j tr . i 1 1 1. 11a V I plained a new service for taking care of widows and children of members of th' organization. Joseph G. Armstrong, supitme councilman, introduced the speaker. About 400 representatives of the organization from other parts of Western Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia were at the meeting. CHAPMAN ASKS VENUE CHANGE HARTFORD, Conn., March 8. A change of venue will be sought for the trial of Gerald Chapman, notorious bandit charged with the murder of aj policeman in New Hritain. last Oeto- i her, Frederick J. Grochl, of New York. counsel for Chapman, said today, j Chapman's trial is scheduled to take i j Place in this city. He now is in state (prison in Wei herxfield. Groehl said it would be difficult' to gel an impartial ! jury in Hartford county for his client. ! PETS GUARD DEAD KAN'S BODY CT1CA, N. Y.. March S. With 13 ! cuts grouped alxiut him and Soci.;l Kid. his pet dog companion, liekim: his cold hands. Joe Keesey, i yea v. j old. was found dead in his home to-j night. He was a victim of a heart a'-j tack. Wh'ning of the nog and oud j noises of the cat.s attracted the attention of relatives who discovered Kiv : sey's lifeless bod v. Walsh, Senate Oil Probe Pilot, Raps U. S. Judge For Denying Government ' Chance to Get Witnesses W SHlN;TO. March H. n al or Tlioiiii J, U alh. Ieni-. iitl. n ho ret.nm.sible lor I tie i,i-B "mill:; iif thr ,trriiinrnl's nii( t. unmil the TraiNit loin( I'HS4. toda peiitfeil out thftt iuernment -oiins-! ili ! KTrull.v !iandicaipel in I he l eiiri irM'eerlint;s oM-ninc In ('Iternnn 1k1h. I feel justified." WuIkii ildrl. "in tn.vin? I liAr lieen utounilMl mA the u-liiin of I In- I Viteral juiigr in I hrr-r n ni- in ileii) ill); Hie ilimlii alien of tAe I .oMTiimi'iil for n .oit imiHni lu s-cilre Ihe lit t -ti liiMee of il,r-v roealci-tr-.inl Hilnesei ttuil lo lal,F Ihrlr 1 es-linnr. N alsii Nimrentl lasi his rnnarls on rfTort hv oil it.nn-rl for Ihe 4.oternmjat i-n l. l- olnnrl Itnh-rrl Mewwrl. ehirnnn of thn Honrti f the andarH Oil I niiiinT of Amrr-H othrri who r fil1errt lr have B-ltTil a ronferene in rmr YHt re-laine t a rieaJ h? whe-h. it rfcarewl K49,tWe in lihrtT pon't nft Albert B. Fall. PROMINENT FIGURES IN TEAPOT DOME SUIT !',,l..1..,dLga-fi 'Jf I .-m WW vT1 Hv. - " Sjf Prominent figures in Teapot Dome lease annulment suit opening in Cheyenne, Wyo.. today: Above, left, Given T. Roberts; right, Atlee Pomerene, Government counsel. Below, vleft. ' Harry F. Sinclair to who.se Mammoth BIG ARRAY OF LEGAL TALENT AT CHEYENNE (Continued From Page Orw.) cnicago. Subpena servers in that office re- ported they had bf-en unable to locate Stewart either in his general offices in.- Chicago op at home. - When th'3 report was received by him. Roberts said he at once placed the matter in the hands of a personal agent who now is making every effort After the opening statement, the Government probably will call a-s its first witness E. C. Finney, assistant secretary of the interior. He prepared to defend at every angle the legality of the lease and to disavow all charges of corruption in connection with it. The Mammoth Company and Sinclair will bring into play an array of brilliant legal minds. Martin W. Littleton. R. W. Ragnal,-G. T. Stanford, J. W. Zeveley and John W. Macey are muong defense attorney!. Fall and Sinclair have been sub-per.ued as Government witnesses. It .- , ... . -listed as the last Government witness. inoth are under indictments in con- I nection with he Teapot Dome lease ! end u is reagrded as almost certain j tnfiy m Etand OD ,he constitutional i rights and decline to answer Questions j of Government counsel here. CITE SECRET DEALINGS.' Seeking annulment ot the lease given the Mammoth Company and return of the land to the Government, the latter will attempt to prove that the late President Harding issued the executive order transferring the oil reserve from navy department to the department of the interior on "false representation from Mr. Kail, who desired to deal in the lands, not in the interest of the United States, but to the advantage of the "Mammoth Oil Company and Mr, Sinclair in particu-lar.'' To support its charges of jconspir- acy" between Sinclair and Mr. Fall, the government points to the fact that the lease agreement "was made in secret by private negotiations, without ad- j vertisement or competitive bidding," j and that Fall discouraged prospective bidders for the lease. The Mammoth Company, ell as i the Sinclair Crude Oil Purchasing I Company and the Sinclair Pipe Line ' Company, who also are made de- i fendants in the action, entered denials of the allegations in the government's petition. FALL, IN DENVER. SILENT. DENVER. March S. (By the Asso- j jciated Pres Whether Albert B. Fall i ! will testify in the trial of the lease j ; annulment case beginning 1n Cheyenne i S tomorrow or exericse his constitutional j ! right to refuse on the ground that his testimony might incriminate himseif, j 1 was left in doubt by Fall, here today, i i Asked whether he would testify. I j Full said: "Ask my lawyer, he can! ; teli you." - I i "I am a Government w itness, und ! must report to the Government," Fall i f 4I,. v, --.. T - ! LUlulliucu. i ji ilia, i cami i t-aimoi i say anything further about the testi- i memv in the case or mv I'nnnwtinn I ! with it." j Although Fall has recovered his j ; health to a considerable degree, he i ' shows the marks of time since he re- ' linquished the office of secretary of : : the interior. His hair md mustache ! (are totally white but he walks with a1 'lively step, stick.- faithfully to his pijje and receives his friends and acquaint- : , arc-Ps without ree train. Fall sail he may stay here for a ; few days, because his counsel has 1n-; formed htm that the Government will j not call htm t the. witness stand h-. fore March 1. The firvt ef the Government -jt. ' joee arrival today. They tiwilutSe Is UvJ. W I Oil Company the lease was awardel f,K'1 i,f American rrptiblk-M. and in by the alleged imprcper methods of 'hat iuir"r'ant status all of us have Albert B. Fall (right) when the latter j u destiny to fulfill. Onr several re-was secrtjary of the interior. Sinclair j publics an; founded on th tlieory if and Fall Tiave been tiiimniontd as wit- ff'vernixi -ut by th; iooplc. and ntn lu.sses. j of us can ever rach fuli frutition : vvithoii1 a rouiinueiis Mrust;lt" against Finney; George Otis Smith, director of the Geological Survey; K. C. Heald. of Yale t'niversity, and formerly assovi-ated with the Geological Survey; A. E. Watts. vice president of the Sinclair j Consolidated and one of the Teapot Dome receivers; . Lieutenant Commander H. A. Stewart of the navy, representing the Government as one of the receivers of Teapot Dome, and Naval Commander I. F. Iandis. Ulric J. Mengert, sent to Paris to obtain depositions from O'Neil and Blatkmer to be used by the Government in the trial, also arrived and weit into conference with Government counsel. Mengert said Blackmer and O'Neil refused to answer x questions concerning Teapot Dome. What to Do With the Piano? We store pianos, victrolas and other valuable musical instruments in separate Music Storage, Rooms, where they will remain inj good condition until you want them atrain. Ha-boll m4m motc!. paekeii. akirpel. red. Estimate Kivra nit host rha'ff. MURDOCH STORAGE & TRANSFER CO., Offic and Warehouse, 546 Neville Street, Pittsburgh. Branch Warehouse, BOO Penn Aveaue, Wilkinsbnr:. AMUSEMENTS EL atntir-rc3 va.u-dclvi lilc.- z- d5PJ- THIS WtEEK SINGER'S MIDGETS OR. GEORGE .ROCKWELL F flirt IUSH rBSHUL HHHY JItSf e. EWS MTtl flCTHEi AICH It: TOMGHT MmU. wed. and al cm um ef Artaar Ha nersteia'a nUtaea Moxmai Bit "ROSE-MARIE" niik IKENE r.Vl4KA hirmt" Opeiw ('. 4ar 1 NEXT WEEK Goodbye Visit tf tht Unirx. Skaberfs "BLOSSOM TIME" rtth the OriftiaaJ Aatl TacaUv Caa NIXON Tonirht ft: IS Mats. Wed. Sat. roPMER Stars of'SHUFtat Aumo NEXT WEEK SEATS THURSDAY THE LAUGHING DANCING MUSICAL HIT Queenic Smith Jack Donahue Cuaraittt.d Original Cmt. J Merit. SI. I. SI Si. 20. SI Ii. ..134. Safsrtiar Malineo H.'f. tiA. SI.SS. St.to. at". W-ar-Wr.T Matlaoe. IWt Seai. s.ta Rd the rttnit mwt thm wjit ad jA smuc evur aay-AayejTinn-ni L,TG :wn ! WASHINGTON. March S Geor H. Oaner. public jrinter. dropted lti employes of the Government printing wtlice i.i-i uishl ami annouiK-e.1 th;" : 40tl ..liiel-: wdi bf laid oft Oil Wit-K.y , foiloah.- tJitii tht- unddt t.f Juiu. ; Filiire i'oiizre?, whicti ruiiCni its ! !' 1'st wttk. to appropriate su-. ii.:ierii moncv to carry the pniitiiiT ; force tii .-.J2I, until the end of the ri-j cal year w a.- given by I'arter as cau.-e ! lor ihe r-uuctions. which involved ie--; who had U-cii in the GovernmentV i service oj years. WARSHIP MAINE ME MORIAL IS DEDICATED ON HAVANA SHORE j tCvt'tiiiUtd From Page itnr.) ithe name of the -Spanish government, ; said that in the iast years the fa Is I and unjust legend . that Spain . had -auselth? explosion of -the battleship ; Maine hud leeii destroyed. He j pressed the regret that Spain fell over ; tht: death of so many American sail-i ois. i rutin Ti T VICTIMS ! "Tin- kindly sent tun T:ti of viati- ; tiiitc shown !v I fi i-i!ple of Ciiba'sn, -clvctintr this exceptionally lM-:utiful monument in the ;iry if Havana to til.- in. ui.i of I h- 'American sailars ' who lust their lives in the disaster I that Im fell l he Maine 27 years asc will Tlx warmly appreciated by the Ani-ii-' can people as a new evidence of friendship and good-will. nd by relu-f lives ani friends of thyse unfortunate officers and men as a' nol.le tribute of ! their devotion to duty," id tJeneral I Petsliing. "I.t it lie said that "no people could ! take greater satisfaction in Cuban j progress; in every, sphere of endeavor than her ne:ghlor ctosj the suit" ! stream. In our hearts there- is no ; envy, and we covel nothing. We are only glad. "It seems fitting that there fhould .exist a ver intimate .'relationship between th oldest republic on this continent and the youngest. We hav-wat-hel ;.ur small xisfer's woiulTful growth with a verfc- keen and sincere solicit llde." CO-OPERATION IKt.ED. "We lieionir to tho reat lirother- the ignorance of our own people, and i toward the ides. I t.f universal educa-i tion and training .f our citizens for : the exercise of our unties. "We should be false o our trust if j we as nations should forget .the ideal-i ism or those great leaders of both North and South America who conceived the idea of an association of American republic for mutual helpfulness and co-operation tov the end that free governments shoujd dwell together in harmony, a glance of tho frightful failure ef old world systems in this regard Should convince the mast incredulous of American peoples that the consideration of relationships among ourselves is most essential. The frank and friendly determination of new world rules and regulations for the preservation of peace-arid the settlement of differences is, clearly indicated. In my opinion the establishment of complete Pan-American 'cooperation and understanding would be the most important jstep that could rx taken toward the peace ?f the world." SChenley 1741 AMUSEMENTS 551. a .mm Waa MMaet BiliH, Dnii. Ot-aer reefi LYDIA BARRY THE HEItilTliS CO I JtMIE ItfMtr CtELE FASHIH PLATE am $aCtWM TONIGHT M its inrsUT AND SATTKOAT One of America' Fmremt Aetmn LOWELL nj HERr..Ak --"HIGH STAKES" A Thrilling, Gripptmf Prair.g KXT WKEK K-T8 THETaVSDAT I- lavnwt Wuaat'a IHaaaalic Hiiiaal iaa Vraaa a laW It Maattaa ia Kaw Tarfc With KAT.ni MOIUJAN ew Tara Cart mmd SEE THE MODERN WAY of making pure foad arad-ucta at H. J. Beiaa Caaa-alaia 11a a Taka Oraastawn. No. IS. Nt. r Na. 7 ear ajitl transfer ta car K.. 1, l 1 Get ff at Heinz atreet. Or . take ar No. 72. t. St or Eaatbaand oa JAmrtr avenue aad traaatar ta kus at Siitaeota atreac t:l -ladiew' Barcata Mataat Daily. 10 LENA DALEY n0n Ml!ts TABASCO" HOC 0U( Pit ST. PATl. I L W TrTtAOW JiCKTJ lla I Taaa. WM. 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