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Middletown Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1925, Middletown, New York the Hath Rain IB rain in north tonight to brisk VOL Established 1870 N FRIDAY JANUARY 65 Cents Monthly PRICE THREE CENTS EIGHTEENTH AMENDMENT 5 YEARS OLD Senator Sheppard Its thor Tells of Its DECREASED MORE PROSPERITY i Sacks Patronage System To Dismay of Long Intrenched Politicians Believes In on Merit Idea j Regulations Provide For Stricter Carrying Out of I Health Provisions For Big Federal Posts Fifteen Children Have Narrow Escape Fireman Injured By Failing Timbers as Steeple Crashes Fine Organ Lost Two Wails Standing it aic to SEC CREATES OFFICE OF to Henry C- ot By Wile WASHINGTON 16 greater tas jarred tse the political of the politicians ia for Health Board and Plumbing election taan More doiro Board Adopt Code With X Y late E the largest Serve Hoi o- fie iot to WASHINGTON ARMS Not Disposed to Participate In League of Nations Conference C Slemp C- secretary to T Other Side of the Story Told By Captain W H I Stayton By Sen Sheppard of Author of Amendment s Written Exclusively for 3 United frese WASHINGTON Jan 16 marts years of prohibition Ia every national nation went Into effect tbe aare signified prohibition by increasing the dry j president Coolidge has let it both House and be will resign on March 4 will be Senate Everett The congress bas evidently accurately public sentiment j at tbe nation in adoption first of t the national prohibition act to en- torce the Eighteenth Amendment then the supplemental prohibition act to strengthen it ations to sustain the prohibition enforcement department aj to rehabilitate the guard and support In Its efforts to prevent ram smuggling Board concentration meeting Page agents under Jce and co-ordinate activities This legislation passed the House by a large oj Rev D A and is now before the pastor lectures the Decreased Arrests Hortou church During the of Kev E C cs the decreased arrests for j to Roscoe X Y church have numbered j George M dies at Broad annually There have been i street home after suffering stroke 250.000 ewer industrial accidents 1 on West Maia street yesterday A decreased mortality rate has de j Cross first prize adds three years girts and Hymen Josephson for the average human life The m home lighting contest drink cores of license days have j Isaac Max and Mary Brooks ot to 27 Lowering Manor are eil saving i bankrupts Prohibition if as ot Jor from a merit service set in the ol roJs erected events is a fact for SB hat cew rev it has cat ground to by them sad Abandons Patronage Mau Tbe resort to Use Sll Little Opposition surance on j of SIS was The Maze e tie Men The mar Mr secretary M Gore of of major aad tac Mr O -re j c elect of state Mr lot the of o E o States aud Stoue tip The of the with came when j frosi Iff the to day who the ders 15 the doc zj rv s cot A All Iff GREAT BRITAIN AND JAPAN Call To Be Seat Out Fcr Meeting In Summer Or Autumn By WASHINGTON JJE o lnr to op- his Tre as I are ip a scone of determination to o ja This the true c dis- of Cabinet and large tret therefore CO-.-P been in careful rooa and k a by of foaming acd CI1 HiU and its as the heir j Mr Store c tbe i p in the a pr the r a ivary n e EC t t 2 anj Io up is applicable to r j members felt Is Strict ott at the organ the Ueo by ol rank a i n naval cru appoint-1 i mentations that Co biggest to i is are being distributed not strict with B Session accepts HEALTH BOARD DIRECTORS OF R 0 C PHONE CO IN ARE ELECTED T Frank Cullinan Fancher Tells i BoanS jter T R A L and Dr K J Shelley health K Greene ir- Haroid S LaPoSt j Leo introduced ire a the Dou u ia Pod by e and the x away tie as Tolls Death it to the co pie Ucu the h M Read who tower to ground thr structure to pal by a ms of belfry rope before be- been 1 caaie unbearable The coce Mr Vice-President Z K Green Sanitary Inspector holders Why Increase Mr e n o j it b be INCREASE IN FILM CENSORS SALARIES FOR ASK THAT LAW 500 WORKERS BE AMENDED AD Receiving Less Thau Would Ban Pictures Which Per Year Are To Show Unjustifiable Cruelty To Animals js even -ess he of aru Syrias aaii B Japan are si t to agree to be set decides to DG ar session of is so for t la V the the year If get Benefit GREET NEW MEMBERS The Board of Health TO ELECT OFFICERS of iias Dorothy cd many orphanages and in fourth night of State tfts and schools It Theatre contest finals tonight doubled the number of investors j K of C- Kitl snade it possible to save Stephen 000 out of the daily wage of veteran dies With nearly J Deaths automobiles on the roads Ja must choose between cf O- W Following Lie joint ed for the ending Liquor Harmful store comes up tne Boaru T liquor also was boy i- queer linan on o George E U- aow in addition it is Bowers by Leo Bamett in the on plans sub- by contracting anj protect people of ABOUT 500 AFFECTED FOREIGN FILMS RAPPE under r actually apparent Borah la to gi t v P In- inspector of it was done There been ir- Morris stances the past in the -n ir- c- E- 1 a was re-elected vice-president of the B Sajer it as a except News Board of Health Mayor A B Williams poor material have to the small residue purchased ana Three 00.3 of office Js Dr Edwin il Schuitz Frar stored before prohibition wrecks at Page 1 president ex-officio H were to make it bny it carry it or 4 adopted It is not a bad example j Dorothy On motion poor material it said Need of Inspector re 1 The co iOO ng ALBANY Jar 1C of picture a tie report of the to The a of sperts j ont a-f of i! of Mr Barnett of Election for ire ensuing nne or t noj to use any ol residue for her by Mr Z K Dr Fancher a crage purposes but every reason i mother Page 1 Greene sanitary in- annual of the new spector The present sewer com- of directors for ibe election of connect it it was Leo fleers will be lieW next week the sewer nearby but left precedent for the to chairman T president of the Dr the outlet pipe ran foz z rt element of all law breakers arms conference Page 1 and George E Bowers win mace a report to tance into the soil It being the Srst meeting of the stockholders Dr saio 1 The rest of the cone o year no were submitted part alluding to the recent which a -tar It was the first meeting for the granted the Pub c code bv e T tt r of Jt iaw a to riers in nich Is eil bv Great of J O cruisers In to 3 ait the drinker of illegal booze disrespect for lair gambled Eighteenth amendment Ms health and life mates years old Page 1 more hazardous the of Three executions take p ace rnl public ins Sing Sing Page 1 ocE for rne TIJ IIP us be yo as o the to ban from the ba iie there un- 4 and to or she iev ra to a actors zi on Saying that of l se be country to tbe criticism of nations Film censors ask that hostile to our American policy of amended Page j government undermines the faith j Body c-T girl fs or farm of the people that a majority can i Page l enforce Its own laws teaches the 1 Increase n fcr jonth the first lessons ia anarchy page I disrespect for constituted Poison booze takes of lives Americans iore Ghost ft tf r S at- more than a drink ol trill tache ia Rome the law and insist says nit are others Good at play the game of f fair is law the land H frill so The of Ine nation i to ard W of the lair THE OTHER SIDE By W H Konader anfi nf i two new members Dr J B Hulett Service States Public Health the or to to j and John C Degnan were Some of Ojt in tre coined by the Board Heaith Of- is that because of the the ficer Dr H J Selley passed out inability cost them up to each in an in- taxation to a fair dividual container the value of property tJ The matter of appointing a sustain Its an'l invite inspector the in for of f of the new plumbing code left over the after in 1921 to r its The Boar i passed a resolution forced upor tre rt an 3 nc Ketu for So that the have work he must be an es fo or e tbe Far Hast is faced I the choice of a raval i to m Q the public report tbe 5 there are nro reaiiy fcr capital of the bos cise a a t to o- peals to ssv a TJ v are he n ost ir of is not to be tr O C Stars s Prgo S Hcort the Corporation to on of the at the hearine the of January 29 on the Anr of acre disposal The Counsel of 5 to brine out the oat M State 35 of f e T n JUDGE DENIES PLEA MADE BY LODGES FOR TAX REVIEW SUBMARINE STILL HELD AT ORLEANS MASS a j 3 EXECUTIONS AT SING SING t the i A Short Had Bee 2 to Die At This Time GIRL ON FARM rase S S be P Han To Whos She Was May Be Held For Murder TAKE UP POSTAL SALARIES T jar r c- r 01 MM UNf 76 A fcy Scot and Yar I farz Casr Tc Xo TITS s c rr be thai ot 6 Ttf yt Three Killed 11 Injured in Auto Wrecks In Rochester at Early Hour This Morning la ROCHESTER Jar vi g of i party rs a oaU at WOMAN QUESTIONED IN REGARD TO HER n T HUSBAND'S DEATH Dorothy I ells M Of Slaying of Her Mother After Scolding Trie C r sc stiffed a as laud farm Mils ar e ot Sir Arthur an as or track atter cf i the cf tarr fn were injured two crashes together tal for s acS Thomas arid Oscar J at Orchard arid ent arn to all of this city city before 2 of Bertha McDowell 47 There are Atra cur where for o t3 a j r tbe others are ir an for Tre fire Three were wher an before was struck a train at flames reached their a suburb of The dead Lillian De 40 re- Jc trf of who waa riding in the of ore of the m }t to to ard fro in Taw lay sre brother's mother the lay a with i I never S isre der cf ie Great es A I a tc tic
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