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SLEW MANi THEORY
MYSTERIOUS GERMAN'S BODY,
SKULL SMASHED, FOUND IN
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May 8th .lilllMl
By United News
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., April 20.
Slain as mysteriously ns he had liven1,
Honry Fuhler, whom, visitors to At
lantic City regarded as an extraordin
ary hotel clerk, has now become an
official mystery for the police to
solve; Who was Fuhler and whence
4dld he draw the income which en
abled him to spend freely lor years
in the gay resorts of Atlantic City,
amounts fur exceeding his income?
Stephen 'Lenz, tailor, the only con
fidant of the 53 year old man of mys
tery, says Henry Fuhler's right name
was Von Tickler, and that his mother
was a Von Buelow, a close relative of
Field MaiBhal Von Buelow, and of the
present Count Boulow, regarded as
the strong right arm of Hugo Stlnnes
Germany's Croesus. The hotel clerk,
who worked for many years behind
the counters oi' modest hoslelrles
varying his career with a brief ex
perience In the menial position ot
stetward, was really entitled to call
himself Count Ueinrich Von Tickler,
(according to the GerrnaivAnierlqan
jailor who heard the mystery man's
story from his own. Hps.
Fuhler, as he was known here, was
found dead in a vacant lot' last
Thursday with his skull smashed, it is
intimated a kaiser-true band may have
thought it had caifte to kill this ex?
patriate Gorman because ho was not
interned during the war, being ro
yarded as not n dangerous alien by the
iocul authorities. Jlo was registered,
however, as an alien enemy.
iFuhler camo to America 26 years
ago at the ago of 28, Lenz said, hav
ing (luarroled with his father over the
division of the estate of the father's
brother, a colonel of the Prussian
"Union Station Scenes," April 20.
Iot seats at drug stores. 20
There's A. Difference
If you've been a "ready made" man
In the past, be a "made to order man"
In the future. First class hand tailor
ed suits to measure, $35.00 and up. W.
IK. Webber, one block east of post
DYING MAN 8AY8 WIFE
FIRED FATAL SHOT
By United Nowb
LONGBltANCH, N. J April 20
Dying of a bullot wound, Dennis Gal
lagher of Brooklyn, pointed to his
wife, Viola, and accused her of fir
ing tho shot, according to the po
lice, .who caused Mrs. Gallagher to
bo held in the Freehold Jail, without
bail, on a charge of murder.
The Gallaghers, who live in Brook
lyn, engaged In a dispute while
guests at a dinner in tho homo of
Felix Knglo, of Highlands, near hero.
Tho couple left tho table and en
tered a bedroom whoro tho argu
ment was continued. Two shots wero
heard. Mrs. Gallagher declared nor
husband fired tho first shot at her
and that tho second, which hit him,
was fired accidentally while she was
struggling to take the gun from him.
Day or night. Stand at Club Clgur
store. Telephone red 1711. U. Winter
muth. POSTAL EMPLOYES ARE
ARMED WITH SHOTGUNS
TU IT nit oil .ftVN
CHICAGO, April 20 Moro than
200 Hhotguns arrived hero Mommy
night for tho aiming of postal em
,ployos ngalnst mall robbers, follow,
lug official Instructions from post
uuiHtitr irimorul Will Hays.
UmployoB In Illinois, Nebraska,
Kuntimkv. Indiana. Kansas, Mlchi
,Kan, Ohio, Iowa and North and South
'Dakota are affected by tho ordor to
arm. postal employes.
Taxi May field's Taxi
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Brown's Dufur Stage Time Table
Two round trips dully. 'Uavo Bank
hotol, 9 a. m. and 4 p. in. Leave' Dufur
7:80 a. m. and 1 p. m. tt
YOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTKl) Woman to look after
, small house and cook for two peo
ple. Will furnish room und board.
'Write box (1. Y. 342, Chronicle. ?J2
F0U SAUFord delivery truck, in
excellent condition. Also furniture
and a Vlctrola with records. Very
reasonable. I'aity lotiin city. 320
Washington street. Toleplumo rod
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thing nice I ,
Sm: Yes, indeed. And, Father,
you must help us choose.
Father: I know exactly what
a Brunswick Phonograph 1
Son and Daughter: Fine! Just
the thing. We'll join the
Mothers' Day Club.
Now. about a rift WSfrSEm5Z 7XJKT iHHk' '
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Surprise Mother on May 8th in this delightful, new
jayia lasting token of Mothers' Day, 1921. We make
It possible through a new and simple plan to give her
a wonderful Brunswick Phonograph and the records
she will love.
' We've authorized every Brunswick dealer to par
ticipate in our plan, which makes it easy to give this
real gift special terms are provided on one of the
A Brunswick Idea
, Throughout the land Mothers will remember this May, 8th because of this great sur
prise that awaits them. It will' bring endless pleasure.
' You can surprise your Mother and fill her with delight if you join at once this Mothers'
Day Club. It makes it very xiasy for you to give her this famous Brunswick No. 112.
This model is especially beautiful, finished in either mahogany or oak. With it we
send to your Mother but that's part of the secret! We mustn't disclose the features
that go with the surprise.
Your Mother will appreciate your selection of a Brunswick, known as the favorite
amongst musicians. Its truer tone and its sympathetic renditions will give your Mother
constant enjoyment, as she plays over her favorite songs and instrumental selections.
Of course you don't want us to explain the Mothers' Day Club complete here so we
' ask you to visit a Brunswick dealer and obtain the details personally. To, print them
here would be giving your secret away.
Let us say, though, that the plan will be as great a surprise to you as The Brunswick
.will be to her. Never before has such an offer been made. You will be delighted at. this
unusual opportunity to honor your Mother in such a splendid manner.
Inquire at once of the nearest Brunswick Dealer regarding our Mothers' Day Club offer.
THE BRUNSW1CK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.
S E E
finest Brunswick models, the 112. And the ten records
are especially chosen as appropriate for the occasion.
We can't tell all the secret here, for she'd read it.
But we'd like to keep the secret with you, so that all
she need know is the surprise on the morning of May
8th when this handsome Bruns'wick and its records
are delivered. Visit any Brunswick dealer and ask for
the details of our
Chico . -
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Early on the morning of Mothers' Day we
send Her this Brunswick No. 112, with a"
carefully selected set of 10 appropriate Brans-"
wick Records, and also but that's part of
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