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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - December 13, 1923, Lebanon, Pennsylvania GOOD EVENING THE Ic In This Newspaper Receives the Full Service of the United Press ist Two J Iu hi KVOMinc IJ PAGES TWO CEN BERNSTEIN 75 PER CENT IS CONVICTED OF WHEAT IN STATE WEEDY Found Guilty by Jury of Selling Liquor TRIAL farmer is Losing sands of Dollars by Practice Police in com wUh He Confessed to Selling Liquor I throughout tho lost money in j Droning thin by failure to take care Threefourths of the wheat ai age of Pennsylvania during he Alter an a jury present year was infested on it has been revealed bv a sur convicted Ob the of liquor Supposed Dead In Visits Home up for dead in thn Japanese Henry nocker dropped in on his mother at last and her thn most pleasant surprise of her The young man had not In en heard from since lie put to sea in a freighter for the Kai and his family had Riven him up for until his looked up from her baking to a How are mother is spending I lie week at after a four years TO ORGANIZE BANKERS ASSOCIATION i At Dinner at the Meyer Restaurant This 1 JUDGE HENRY in th on Pase TAKE by Attorney Seis for the unA by Harry as District At torney did not occupy a length or and Henrys churne completed at It i Continued PARTY HERE ON WEDNESDAY Inspected the Railroad Property and Confer red With Station Agent McAdam i President Andrew fo the Philadelphia and Heading and several fellow officials were in Lebanon on 1 hey an hour here looking over the railroad property and conferring Station Agent Will They came hen from they inspected the Headings DEATH TOLL OF 10 IN MEXICO CHARITIES TO DISTRIBUTE XMAS CHEER Will Preside and of State to Deliver Address NEWS TO GO TO PRESS AT NOON SATURDAY Advert Correspondents and will please take December the will print at 11 so as to leave thn change its hiR 0 horse power motor that works the big lioss The work will be in charge of the experts under the direction of the local Metro Positively no ads accepted Saturday The will attain issued Monday the usual OF EPISCOPAL IS i s William Norman Guthrie and Bishop William Manning at Odds Over Efforts of Former to Bring His Church In The I i Lebanon city and county bankers 1 will meet in a gathering veiling at Movers to participate HI a dinner with the i secretary of the Chamber of Com Lebanon County Farm EDISON SOLVES PROBLEM OF LIGHTING Hy MILKS I Press Staff Correspondent NKW Today of bare legged girls in may lead to an at liberalization of the church throughout the The controversy between Ham Norman and Bishop William a for told the Press yill IK carried to next general convention ot the church if necessary to establish thS canonical right of the Rector of Marks to bring his church Up to will make no apolo I Donations Should Sent in as Early as Possible In hv N i Tho Associated Charities would be fire dead in a severe blizzard llavo i of money or which swept New Mexico donations for Christmas i according to reports here us that there I bo time to plan for the families I women and t wo children Hlt much individuality as were found frozen to death on lilue Possible into the gifts for the kid fifty miles the purpose of organizing a County i i While the new organization will i doubtless lind things to i siller in the direct lino of banking of Bodies of two boys and a man were found near New A railroad employee j blinded by the snow fell into a you at and a sheep herder was found frozen in his camp near i As has been our custom in for lYn i Continued on COLD WAVE IS SWEEPING EAST Stores and Streets Will be Served From the Local Plant Of interest to the ever user of clec in Lebanon was the announce i ment made on Wednesday by Metropolitan lOdison Company that i stops are being taken to improve I service in this locality by providing constant supply of current from the local generating Changes now boln on tho switchboard Continued on Pago AND COOLIDGE HOSTS TO THOUSANDS Today for tonight the White House interior will look like a scene from the Choco late It is the night oi dip reception by President and This is always the dressed up of the White I Special to News by Press unusual weather of the past several On Ten Margaret Keller Nicely he Head L Undergoing Operation Ambassadors and diplomats all in glittering anq military und attaches wearing still more wHl file past for a brief greeting to chief executive of the United and his Nearly Invitations been issued APPEAL TO THE WORLD FOR Margaret daughter of of I Lehman who was painfully injured ay when tlie entire the weather bureau Kvery state of tbo Mississippi strong winds occasionally mount she while holding a lead pencil lo and in most sections j in her operated ur tonight and this morning by of Weidle Royal Arch Masons Members of Weidle Chapter The was a successful j and little who is only three is doing nicely this aferi I on Trn SITES UY CARL CROAT Press Staff I Today The KOV 10 decided today not lo lo the of Nations fir ciul the is to be world wide MI ihal ill Stales a is Tlie Marx no i i n in ef OR 1 of officials clerks be paid al i l1 alUl Post j lv ViV Preparing the world Arch al a meet ling held Tuesday elected Robert as head of the or Past High Priest then conducted installa tion ceremonies for the new was chosen king cant remember if ibis Mahlon and or his day As trustees Ar I bur Mark and Hoffman wen The repre The annual shortage uf in irand Chainer is before Christ ma is only i Harry i of Membership to gel Muscle Shoa ay the i Bailie a re verv nunu rou State Medical Inspector Here For Conference Roads hi fi lie is the l em in in Hie lie ilia Mie nation imw it u ho now the i Roing to put her Con IM ul I nW s V t USUAL TEN DOLLARS bib ma cor i an more world in i r 1111111 n i I h leparl Ien day in tore U i iie Sta le il in M been appointed uf House on Poi Post Naming of as of this of which Marx or Nat a similar to be if possible the Chief The charge Lebanon city I il WERE tjio gov like include blK hearted jn t lo to Banquet For Boys and Girls Potato Clubs Tomorrow Evening A New u mar ried a boy of but in years I hey will be scd a line timi Hen eggs hatched i l C I snake T Were Ill I Three Heavy Porkers Slaughtered On Farm of David Rosenberger Hear ho Chime Clocks At Own a Like it INSlUK wild Painfully Injured at Macaroni Plant of Keystone Company Identification of the victim of the at the Macaroni Manufacturing plant on Wednesday was made known It was Dilo of I u married man of about who has just arrived two weeks ago from the old direct to Lebanon after arriving in New York and employment at the caroni He was leaving the factory after I he noon signal was and not yet being accustomed to the build Ing walked directly in the large elec fun in the drying and was thrown some distance by he immense lie was immediately rushed to the Lebanon where medi cal attention was given by John who operated on him laier in the The reports lodny at oclock show I bat there are no internal injuries and that the pn lieni H resling fairly lie is badly bruised and several 23 Vessels With Xmas Cheer Aboard Trying to Unload at New York State Requests That Guardian Be Named For Stella Wagner especially representing Ceorge the Attorney General of Pennsylvania today in the petition that the young woman was admitted to the inV as an indigent patient that since her placement there her has run up to f to gether with in and that the as a creditor la interested in tho financial affairs the who is now to have in an Annville ami the court is asked to have a guardian tho mother Lizzie j of the first named is also a patient at the same i The action precedes de mand for tho payment of the of maintenance for the January 1 1 ivas by Judge Henry j for the hearing of testimony per lo the I Miss Alice Royer Is Home From i Alice of who has boon in American stomach in the of November returned Miss Js well known in I hat vicinity and also in Her friends are than plad lo hear that she is feeling An eld at T nf in Tomorrow evening at thr i on Tuesday of tin of Ioj three hig porkers were Iato Clubs will bo entertained at a and ninny yards nf the obi Prizes were awarded to the wini dinner by their sponsors tin ners of the corn and potato mer hotel j I other farm at the Farm Products Show yester Kvery boy or girl who be cat day afternoon by Judges Thayer and member ofthe potato club vill at Cobb of Pennsylvania State tend the More than forty prizes were M Deputy Secretary ed by the organization which made of Agriculture of will possible the this season which be the de proved so far to bethe best of its liver an interesting address to boys who are Mrs Klr i or the formerly NATIONAL Miss Catherine 17 So Sixth street returned home frum nn to ine in Wash INSURE with HAMMAR The mesh bac Specials are good At DANCE TONIGHT lo Big Shooting Match 1923 BOOKS FREE i i Opposite Capitol Theatre towll of who bate limy live hotel arrested in New Yorker sues bis wife fur lost ji al Should have taken better oi In wants to light is making her New Years resolutions German inventor has offered lis new One way or Germany will get I I The British elections They threw eggs at the i but it only egged them I A pink wildcat was captured in the Perhaps it was blushI ing because it was MI Naval aviators will try to fly to j the North which is the old ut Sib street and Hoad for 1 bis Uu Ib pig ll you elore No and Shells save from to I DanCeland FlVe Only l fnw muni hs fiV with JL f t n i r it I fin irii i SCHOOL I before Gun Club The School You Will j Attend I I IK hilling Sterling Knight 6 Ladies Wrist Watches for Xmas Gifts Many new and beautiful designs in While aud J to our SIJ or Others to ffl si 8TH l tn oy Inllcd New Tweny three Missels weri off Sandy evidently of holiday men ay the of i inn trail are f r a fog them lo creep jn shore I oi capture by guard i A report that the booze carriers were engaging a price culling war in iii effort ID get wei goods on Hie New York market before found I The of most of them have been for in advance by i can bootleggers l News Bring H Meeting of Board of Appeals at City Hall That work of tho city assessors ban been generally acceptable indicated yesterday when the oi appeals held a regular session City Few complaints ae valuations fixed for new buildings were Ten thousand try Santa stolen from iho Company were covered ho riiM Admitted n AMERICAN LEGION Walnut i Friday Evening and all day Saturday 14th and 15th Special beautiful fancy work in gift boxes for Lunch served all day Saturday Proceeds be used to send Christmas cheer to disabled Check your Xmas gift list at Jewelry Specials in every Chime Clocks and The useful Silverware and Cut Jewelry and in and such as to make you want be line an fWW J Hag Wfl
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