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   Middletown Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1925, Middletown, New York                               Mtitfatf the Hath; Rain IB rain in north tonight Cat- to brisk. VOL. J3 Established 1870 M1DDLETOWN, N. FRIDAY, JANUARY 65 Cents Monthly PRICE THREE CENTS EIGHTEENTH AMENDMENT; 5 YEARS OLD Senator Sheppard, Its Au- thor Tells of Its DECREASED MORE PROSPERITY i Sacks Patronage System To Dismay of Long Intrenched Politicians; Believes In Promoiioa 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; Onlv Two Wails Standing 'it aic to Siio SEC" CREATES OFFICE OF to Henry C- ot agncuHare. By Krttk-ric YlUiuira Wile. 132aj WASHINGTON, 16 greater Jo'.: tas jarred tse the political biUtlee of the politicians ia pest- liiekly wifj for Health Board and Plumbing' election taan ponioijo. More a_ doiro. Board Adopt Code With HAN'COfK, X Y.. (SpeclaS F.re late teraooc fomplettrJy d-firoyed h.stor.'c E. Ciuroh. the largest :s t-i.s -v Serve Hoi o- fie v.I.agd s> iot  5ta pat-' The of the pro-. ronage !eave with asntso'.-'or-isprit came when j bjndK frosi Mr- M--iC-Eua Iff' the Sa-' to "day who the d2> Presi-.the proc-- ders tiec-Crs-'jdge. sar-ifur 15 the rt-i doc... zj rv s. cot oc'y >e A All Iff GREAT BRITAIN AND JAPAN I-AVORABLE Call To Be Seat Out Fcr Meeting In Summer Or Autumn By LUDWELt DEN.NY WASHINGTON, JJE. _rej o. lnr Jtw_rt onK to op- his Tre as I are appareatiy 'ip rgaScst a scone. {wall of determination to intrcdace o; ja This !b the true !c- c dis- pr.se of Cabinet and [a icrpc They.ta- large. eU-sigr.atcd [l trrouros tret fc1, r.ot .-.re therefore CO-.-P, v.rich ha1- been in careful rooa' and 3r--K k, fulfi'.Ss a by of carrer-. foaming acd ijsg CI1 casiro! HiU and its orae-. Ocierai as the heir '.j. Mr. Store Is- c' tbe i repbce p in -he afrr the Ssone. S> tnrr.- --OT.P..E: :'e a; ten- pr the .r r'  vavcd. pie Ucu. the doath knel- o! oc-v n-.ac '.h" Ko'-vard M. Read, who tower to :he ground. thr blazicft structure to pal" a: :hs w-.-x -track by a ms." of belfry rope before be- He- 21? been eaeast 1 caaie unbearable The !iov. :'-e coce. Mr Vice-President Z. K. Green Sanitary Inspector holders Why Increase WasNeeded ar-j Mr. .e ;n co-ie. accir- inir 'o j s-urr.r.ce tt..i: it b; be INCREASE IN FILM CENSORS SALARIES FOR ASK THAT LAW 500 WORKERS BE AMENDED AD Receiving Less Thau Would Ban Pictures Which S900 Per Year Are To Show Unjustifiable Cruelty TN-r.- To Animals js even -ess ".he of Nat.oas aru coafereace aex: Syrias. aaii B" an.! Japan are si. t to agree; to T2.e caccot be set decides whetb-rr to DG ar. ext-a session of coag-e.s :'_ is so; he'.d .lesiraMe for tZ-e ,t la '.V the the lkut trti.ec year. If get Benefit GREET NEW MEMBERS The Board of Health TO ELECT OFFICERS of aansially. Froainitson iias KO'.U Dorothy cd many orphanages and crowde-1 [Lord -a'a in fourth night of State tfts eolleges and schools. It Theatre contest; finals tonight, doubled the number of investors j K. of C- Kitl snade it possible to save Stephen "j..CO 000 out of the daily wage of veteran, dies With nearly 16.WOO.- J Deaths automobiles on the roads w-j Ja Deceaibe must choose between Houor and'vise- Healiii atitomotile Bankrnptrv c-ase cf O- W. Following Lie joint meeting- wrtn ed for the ending yrar. Liquor Harmful ,store comes up :n tne Boaru, T. -QTf Far.c'oer, Dr-nking liquor also was harm- Xewbnrgh boy 'cjurnd i- queer linan, on rnotjon o.. George E.. 'U- aow. in addition it is a-cident. Bowers by Leo Bamett, in the citv. on plans sub- irnitted by contracting plurr.bers., 'anj protect people of :he cir- ABOUT 500 AFFECTED -i-.' FOREIGN FILMS RAPPE under v.ay r actually apparent !.o Sen-tor Borah. la to gi t econom.c v P. tfl-j In- inspector, njoct of it was far- Ir-.-rcr-': 'done. There iiaxc been scvnil ir- Arclrba'.) Morris stances the past in -nl.kh the -n ir-   Win-.- .Board of Health. Mayor A. B. Williams. poor material, nn.i have to the small residue purchased ana Three 00.3 icjurea :D au- Macardeil of hi? office Js Dr. Edwin il. Schuitz ar.u Frar' stored before prohibition was'to wrecks at Rocb2Ster. Page 1. president ex-officio. H. Beake? were tlected Irispccto' to make it. bny it, carry it. or 4 adopted. It is not a bad example j Sixteen-year-old Dorothy El- On motion poor material, coinecticins, it said. Need of Inspector app'ox.mate.v- re JaE..ary 1 The co iOO ng ALBANY, Jar. 1C of picture pop'-'ar- a; tie calleii "rioiculojs" t'ie report of the to The ittuuh a. t.ie iea'- office.! >i'.ce of sperts. j ont a-f rapr-c rollov, .r.g. eiib.'ca of i! of Mr. Barnett se- of Election for ire ensuing >car. nne ,_ or t noj to use any ol residue for beT-.nngson tells-letans O! E.-aying her by Mr Culiinan, Z. K. Dr. Fancher Speaks- p'urnber a fmctwe crage purposes, but every reason i mother. Page 1. Greene re.elcc-ed sanitary in- annual meet'rjr of the boar-I piumbinp "new i-oUie, ;ic'e spector. The present sewer com- of directors for ibe election of   b> Pub' c code bv e T. af- tt "r of kfpving c-.ii': jectioriib'c i.'it Jt suggeste-! r.uit iaw a to frtve tapitai ar.u battles-hips c.s airpiare riers in nich Aaierlca Is eil bv Great Brna.'n. of WtUk.ll AjTi-'1" J O' cruisers In. to t.oas 3. attr-mpt in-.Iitar.- ait aatl comnisr- the drinker of illegal booze fur-i. s.ts disrespect for lair, gambled Eighteenth amendment Ms health and life, mates 'years old. Page 1. more hazardous the -work of faith-! Three executions take p. ace rnl public offlc-.als, snbjects ins Sing Sing. Page 1. ocE for rne TIJ IIP us be amende'! yo as o the to ban from the siJvcr s-'.eet a.rrraft. ba' ;iie :n there :s un- 4. Rewri'.-j and etatt to or 1-, ua'e she "Washingtca pstt iev. ra to a Isrge actors zi on characlei. Saying that inojt of l se rao'.ze 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 ta'u.nes fcr jonth the first lessons ia anarchy page I. disrespect for constituted aa-! Poison booze takes ir'l of 56! J.-ortr- lives. Americans wfco iore th.s "Ghost" ft tf r. S at- more than a drink ol liauor trill ;tache ia Rome. the law and v-.ll insist oa! Mnssolin: says nit are liie obediecce froai others Good iqiietiy at trork. spartsmeu play the game of de-! f, g-r niocracy fair. is law the land. H frill ream.ii so. The perpetaity of Ine nation i apoa cbedieace to ard er.- W of the lair. THE OTHER SIDE By Capiain W. H. Slaytoa. Konader anfi Eiecut.ve nf i two new members. Dr. J. B. Hulett Service Commie-ion. States Public Health Ser-.v. the amonct or to to j and John C. Degnan, vho were wel-l "Some of tr.e c.-'-e Ojt inconsistencicF 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 da'titly in an in- taxation, to a fair returr dividual container. _ the value of it5 property, ar.'i tJ The matter of appointing a sustain Its an'l invite inspector the term? rnoney in for of f of the new plumbing code left ffrec- over uiitil the r.ext meetirg after in 1921 to n.s-ke cer-alr. :-.crca r its .rcres-es The Boar i passed a resolution ni- forced upor; tre rr< rt an 3 nc Ketu' for So that the piunjbir.jr have work, cwie viiile he must be an es; bf-en aieJ fo" "-imlr.vs or !vonreren  are s.-o he n 'ost nc-t ir, j.3up. 'r-. Secretarj of is not to be tr O. C. Stars s K-'uc-tos. Prgo S. Hcort" the Corporation Gour.sel to on accc-unt of the arptar at the pjblic hearine :n the of Ha'l January 29 on the seir- "Anr of acre disposal The Counsel of irit% 5 to brine out the onr-o-iiior, pr.rc f.at througr? oat I-ve-t'sravr shfj'ti M. State 35 cor.sI-sf-'> of f e T' n JUDGE DENIES PLEA MADE BY LODGES FOR TAX REVIEW SUBMARINE S-19 STILL HELD FIEMLY AT ORLEANS, MASS "c'l A'TiT C-- a j 3 EXECUTIONS AT SING SING OlilEAXS t the i A" Corntlius Short Had Bee 2. Sentesced to Die At This Time or< Thret) FlNDlODYOF" GIRL ON FARM iniarK- rase S 'KC-.t- S be. P. Han To Whos She Was Eagag-ed May Be Held For Murder TAKE UP POSTAL SALARIES BILL MBST TETJRSDAY T. jar ,r -V" T-.c. Vo-J- c- cr.-t r 01 MM UNf. SC-ROVG-T 76 A fcy Scot and Yar I P-7 rrn'.t-y farz; tofir.y Casr Tc Xo TITS s c rr be thai ot E.-.e 6, "Ttf yt ir.c Three Killed, 11 Injured in Auto Wrecks In Rochester at Early Hour This Morning la ROCHESTER, Jar tee-i -were vi g of i party rs a oaU at WOMAN QUESTIONED IN REGARD TO HER _. n T HUSBAND'S DEATH sixteen-Year-Old Dorothy Lliingson I ells M Of Slaying of Her Mother After Scolding fMrcurreri. Trie auio C r" sc stiffed a as Scoi laud Ysrc! farm Mils ar e ot Sir Arthur an as cnver. or. tr.e track jssl atter ''Tv-: cf. i' t  where for pa< o t3 a j r tbe others are ir ijy an tal-1 for treatTrjent, Tre fire Three were wher, an ajto faofijes xrere release: before was struck a train at flames reached their. a suburb of TSochester, The dead roa- are: Lillian De Ruystcper, 40. i5 re- Jc trf r-re11 -.t of citv who waa riding in the rfar ffat of ore of the m }t to Sis.- Francj-cd onH- to ard fro in Taw lay mciiTiinp, sre brother's rfrolver, mother the iatter lay bee1 a bag- with i "I never S" a'fee "aseetise isre der cf 'ie Great es Earbcr A brcti.er. Eati "I '-o- a tc tic   

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