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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - April 2, 1924, Lebanon, Pennsylvania This Newspaper Receives the Pun Service oi the United Press us Class at Post Office at Lebanon 12 Two Cents Per Published ft try except Sunday APRIL Bloodshed Marked Election At Cicero STATE SECRETARY FOSS ADDRESSED MEETING OF DIRECTORS Gave Number of Valuable Suggestions in Interesting Clymer Stated City Were Harassed by Lack of But Contemplated Number of Improvements Reports Johnstown Flood Lives Again City harassed by of funds as is the and the like the county commission being unwilling to increase the tnx rato at this will confine public improvements to the paving of east Lohman street from Fourth street to Lincoln the paving in a portion of South Eighth and ii few stretches of alley inthe business Councilman Harvey Clymer in of his fellow but at the same time he pointed that with a borrowing capacity of but 000 without the special consent of j the and the bonded indebted ness to only a trifle the councilmanic hands are simply tied and it will bo impossible to do more oven if there was the uti most desire to extend the public im Ho expressed himself as opposed to a continued piling up BANDITS STEAL IN BOLD MONTREAL TWO MEN ARE ONE WOUNDED AND FOUR IN JAIL Bandit Killed Was Harry Stone and Had Long Criminal Record Money Jte longed to The Auto Was expressing this opinion to the municipal indebtedness and pre and associate directors of the sented figures to sustain his Chamber of on Tuesday emphasized the fact that fas speaking only for himself in no wise meant to interpret the intents and purposes or opinions i IIP was He said that the sinking fund and interest account this year alone re quires of the budget on Nine HENRY YOUTHFUL HORSE AT SUNBURY Now in Lebanon Jail Confessed to Stealing a Team and Small Amount of Money at One of Harry Millards Where He Was ployed Claims as His A horse ber tired from tho barn and Hocker who con left about Ho must fesses to tho lender age of gives 14 South George as his I was brought to Lebanon on Tuesday by County Detective George Carpentnr and of tho Second Lewis The for he is such regardless of Hio heinous crime to which ho of say ho is in jail awaiting further Tbc boy came to Lebanon some weeks it is and secured employment at one of Hurry Mil Jards near On Sun day night it is he stole a fine bay driving horse and a rub have driven and with the best roadway that appeared as his only for accordine his own written confession he was at Sun bury the next afternoon at 4 Before leaving the farm he then broke open several banks of chil and from purses in the house managed to secure about in Ho thn police stealing the In the region of Selinsgrove he abandoned the after unharness ing the horse it loose Continued On raze Nine the famous Johnstown flood That is again deluged by thn rising waters of This shows Franklin with the walent a stage of 16 12 the highest In 1C NELSON BOGER SUCCUMBED TO AN OPERATION Expired Tuesday Noon in Sacred Heart Hospi Allentown WORLD WAR VET PASTORS ARE RETURNED TO LEBANON Assignments Announ ced at Close of Confer ence at Lancaster SEC FOSS UNABLE TO GET TO LEBANON Was Scheduled To Address Ro tary Loan Fund Given Con sideration Owing to delayed train service on Reading railroad Tuesday even George General Sec of the State Chamber of was io get here in time to address thn Lebanon Ro tary Club at its meeting as ached Jn the absence uf George LEBANON GIRL WRITES FROM CALIFORNIA Who In Her Girl hood Days In Lebanon Was Known As Allie Fertig The NEWS is in receipt of an in letter from a former Lebanon who in her girlhood days here was best known as Allie a sister to Har ry Isaac Ilginfritz and Myrl all of Lebanon and who now resides she is assistant Employed as Township Supervisor of State Highway thn on Tuesday afternoon conveyed the sad intelligence that Nelson of was U of death in the Henri at young man pass ed Word of his death did not roach tho city until after the edition of this newspaper gone to Tho young man died at 12 As previously ho under went an operation for but it was too late as the surgeons found a condition that speedily de into and medi cal science was in staying the ravages of the World Veteran The deceased was the youngest INSTALLATION CEREMONIES AT MYERSTOWN Odd Fellow Officers In stalled by District Deputy Bender BIG ATTENDANCE Some Wanted to be and Local City and Refused Ap BY BISHOP BERRY Continued on Twelve DEALERS CUT COALPRICE Special to News by United Press Today An average price cut of a ton for nil domestic sizes of anthracite coal marketed iu Philadelphia is an here by retail fol 1 lowing reductions by wholesale Twelve Some Record Made By Miller 70 Year Old Trapper Miller of this who has been a trapper of wild animals and vermin of the ani mal kingdom for fifty has juit made up his report for tho State and the record shows that be has lost none of his although he is now 70 years During the past year he trapped and killed a total of 160 29 2 mink and 2 all Pago Nine ELECTION RIOTS AT Special to News by United dozen gers aro under arrest as tho after math of a riot of kidnap and one murder hat marked tho elections Chicago Frank bootlegger and gun to Nows iy United one four under si sum believed to be 000 u stolen automobile wrecked and was the aftermath of one of tho boldest and most carefully planned payroll robberies in Between six and a dozen bandits took part In the Tho dead body of one of them was abandoned by his companions in tho overturned The payroll automobile of the Banque was entering I was Hurry n tunnel under the railroad tracks when Us way was blocked by n small swung across the Six bandits in a oar commanded tho bank and chauffeur to throw up When the latter resisted they wore shot down and the rolls in the car Before lio tho messenger killed ono Tho police aro holding four Tho dead bandit proved to have a long criminal No changes wero madein Lebanon county when Bishop Kerry an tho of pastors for tho year ill the closo of annual session of Conference of tho Church at Tuesday Tho Shalkop is return ed to Centenary this city to Grace on Lohman and Methodist church at Tho trio of ministers of that denomination in this county are Members Delivered In Addresses A of brethren and Rome from points in Lebanon wero Tues day of District ty Master for Lebanon county formally officers of My ent of Odd Fellows of that A number of splendid speeches were and the meet ing was most Despite the I bad weather the Myerstown element all popular with congregations CT I o a n and have boon doing a conspicuous work during tho past and their return to respective pas will be hailed with gladness REVEALS HIS IDENTITY ON DEATH BED MEETING HELD BY DIRECTORS COUNTRY CLUB by the several It was only after repeated de on was shot to death by Chicago BADLY DRIFTED Farmers Who Attended City Markets Compelled Shovel Their Way Through Drifts was well attended as a In his speech the District Deputy save Bomn reminiscences of days at his father hav ing been a charter member of the Myerstown Addresses were made by of George secretary of lodge and was a flue season Passed Amendment to the By Laws Changing Date of Reorganization Directors of tho Coun try Club to the number of nearly attended a meeting at tho Chamber of Commerce rooms Tues t day and participated in the i passage of an amendment to the By Laws which will change tho annual Under the original regulations the fiscal year j two talking parrots by tying oi good fellowship following the Although there was little wind in evidence in connection with thn snow called to aid the Cicero JBtorni of a high wind deJ Rivalry between tho during tho after the I and Democratic factions caused the precipitation had and farrn The lodge now has three hundred members in good and the personnel is with interest The officers installed Noble George Wagner vice Herbert Em George financial Leininger Charles HAD SEVERE SNOW STORM TUESDAY Who Killed After Burn ing and Smothering Talking Days filter Had By FRANK GETTY United Press Staff Correspondent New one We man who knew tho Secret i missing Johann Salviat of Austria him in Before she killed herself she od their papers and even smothers ended March and reorganization look place tho following but with the maintenance of a big plant and accounts it has been found that the to prepare the accounts for proper presentation under such circum so the date for tion was changed to a later General matters pertaining to tho club were Under the amendment the annual Continued On Page Nine in a bath After a white who Sanskrit rets of the court in in his died Sunday ptl lumbus Miss Grace field his remained tho only who know his true For a the man had lived ne with Miss under of doctor of Out to a few he discing Continued on workers and and drifts at various points along Bide of shows that he is still very much on the His many friends wish hiim many more active Just Received Another Car of Those Sweet Juicy GRAPE BE MST CAB THE ORANGE CAR L of police Gangs of in shot up election slugged vot ers who attended the mar kets today stated that they were com to shovel their way through Special to United Press Today phia dug Itself out of the drifts today after pno of the worst April snow storms inthe history of the started an investigation in an effort to find out who hired the Earl Light Took Part In Recital at College Earl of 530 North Third attended a students rectial at Lebanon Valley College on Tuesday The recital con of violin and pipe organ Light is at present studying voice under Professor and took part in the Joseph Willits hT State Industrial Board Special to News by United Press Today Jo seph professor ot industry in the was today gt the state industrial by suffer and the snow plows of the State Highway working during tho had the roads in splendid condition Snow plows were kept in opera tion on the street railways with the result that traffic was resumed this morning on exact schedule An unusual phenomenon was noted In the storm druing the when thero were heavy peals of thunder ies received in accidents attributed to the storm and property damage was Suit For Divorce By Frisco Businessman HARLAN FISKE STONE SUCCEEDS DAUGHER Named By President Coolidge And Will Take Of Office As Soon As Senate Confirms Him Was Former Dean of Columbia Law Sch Special to News by United Press HOUSO this Several Washington Today about 2 oclock while snow was In the falling and while snow was piling on the streets aud DANDY LINE SHOE STORE OPEN FQH BUSINESS IN NE LOCATION 775 CUMBERLAND Notice Regular Meeting ay 3 Important Special to News by United Press San skein of marital tangled by Hollywood is expected to be unwound for San Francisco businessman and hus band of Louise film act when Brays suit for divorce cornea up for hearing here Bray filed suit oo March citing an man as He charged toe actress with cruelty and declared that earlier in March Mae tiled suit against Art actor in of the thriller mm ing Miss Lorraine as and Acord are now with their companies in mailing sets forth iu New former dean of Columbia law school has been selected as attorney general of the United States by President Cool I i Official announcement of the se lection was made today and nomination was sent to the senate for He will take office as successor to Harry Daugherty as soon as confirms former dean Columbia law and eminent among tho nations He was President Coolidges guest at breakfast at the Wnite tors wore and Coolidge did not tell any Qf that Stone had been got the impression ho was tQ new This belief was what Stone was a classmate Coolidge at Amher and the two are qld friends Continued on EL Is a Remarkable with MALTA TEMPLE TOMORROW 1 At By SPECHT CRITERION 4 Dont MiiS f
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