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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 4, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              3A LY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 201 OS 57TH 17481 SHANHAIKWAN IS OCCUPIED AFTER JAPANESE DRIVE Foes of China Push Inside Great Wall 500 Re ported Killed Dally Leased Wire Reports ot United Press UP and International News Service INS NEW CHINESE BATTLE FROIYT FINAL EDITION WitK All and F Best News of the Day CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 1933 Foreign Powers Watch Situation Hope to Avoid International Tilt TOKIO Jan Minister Uchida today instructed the delegation at Geneva to notify the League of Nations Assem bly that seizure of Shanhaikwan is to be treated as a local incident 10 MILLS TAX RATE IS URGED BY TAXPAYERS HIGHWAY USERS MEETING TONIGHT Arv attendance ofseveral hundred interested citizens is anticipated at the overflow meeting of the Highway Users Conference u be held this eve i mng in the Charles E Hyatt Memo p rt 0 Armory on the campus of the V O m 111 1 11 e e b U 0 m 1t S Pennsylvania Military College Four Formal Request to Mem and Mclrose nvemie Rt Speakers of local and national rep utation will address the meeting on topics relative to the important ques tion of highway and railroad trans ponation The purpose of the meet PRICE TWO CENTS SUGGESTS CURE FOR COMBATING THE DEPRESSION bers of City Council Statement Read by E Wal lace Chachvick Cites Rea sons for Economies PEIPING Jan troops occupied Chinese territory in side the great wall at Shanhaikwan today after their terrnic bombardj afrain reverberates through North VrcTt Vail ment left the city in smoking ruins and Chinese forces engage in battle in the area shown in this map Uidinit Chinese soldiers j ffarnson Cltvof Shanhaikwan lying in he clanger zone between Chan i The scream of artillery fire puneluz Formal and urgent request i the city taxes be onehalf mills was mittee representing the Delaware i County Taxpayers Association when I accompanied by approximately tio representative citizens the commit i tee appeared before the members of j City Council this morning and sub i muted a communication embodying SgBiS SS SS r controversy between themselves and i no railroads in an unprejudiced manner enc request that reduced one and il JDTTDT TP A Addresses Members of Local Rotary Club Buy American and Give Americans His Timely Slogan with at least 500 further communications to the Plans JCinfT PVlVprnmisnf ii Drastic Change in Ad ministrative Code government and not to Marshal Chang The Japanese insisted on re garding the Shanhaikwan fighting as a local incident which could be set tled by local negotiations Meanwhile Changs soldiers were reported to bereforming at Changli under the protection of three armored trains A Japanese armored train was on patrol between Shanhaikwan with losses reported officially as eight towarcls Shanhaikwan from Chinchow Japanese ami Chinese forces are dead including one commissioned of concentrating on either side ot the Great Wall ficer and 13 seriously wounded Chinese conceded occupation of j m TT n A T ITTkTT Shanhaikwan after three Japanese I I K If K assaults from sea land and air and j UllilJuli ijrVJUrlli I intensive bombardment of the city nvv Y j Marshal Chang HsuehLiang young iRFn I IfTTON RTT T Q war lord who was ousted from his 1 D I L L O great Manchurian domain by the j Japanese considered the occupation i of Shanhaikwan a national emeri gency He advised the Japanese comt mander at Shanhaikxvan to address eraltc of machine j reasons for tax reduction r William Ward Jr prc in attendance Samuel D of the tax introduced Attor x who follow the following i PLANS Hope to Upset President Elects Program for the Short Session In behalf of this association of taxpayers we desire to present to your body with the most courteous and friendly but at the same time rrost urgent insistence that taxes in this city as well as everywhere in our county must be reduced We state this not as a theory not Many Other Measures Pre sented Both Branches Recess to Monday Continued on Page Five MINOR JUDICIARY MEETS AT MEDIA Members of the Magistrates Asso ciation of Delaware County at a meeting held last evening at the Ar cadia on State Media duction discussed legislation that will be HARRISBURG Jan flood of bills reached the House floor today and were sorted for committee action as soon as Speaker Grover C Talbot announces the assignments Chief amonp the measures was legislation sponsored by Rep Ellwood county provid lriken up in the state legislature re garding matters which magistrates will affect A resolution was passed relative to otan attorney to represent the association Each one present gave an interest ing narration of some case out of the ordinary that had come to the at tention of the speaker Several members were absent owiner to illness The February meeting will be held on the seventh at the Arcadia IYARYETERANTS FATALLY STRICKEN of salaries in the highcr classifications restoration of certain powers to the secretary of internal affairs elimination of a number of minor boards and commissions and providing that all salaries exceeding made sta tutpry Two io Sunday laws of 1794 were intro duced one sponsored by Rep Louis Schwartz Philadelphia and Rep Joseph Steedle Allegheny The Schwartz bill would repeal certain sections of the blue laws nnd authorize municipalities by ordinance to prohibit sports on Sundays In effect it would establish home rule protecting those communities which desire to adhere to the Sabbath ban on commercialized amusements The Steedle measure provides for c referendum 011 Sunday sports this btncken while dancing with his i measure also furnishing home rule wife in a hall at Broad and Cathi as a of the question Rep Schwartz offered a second bill to permit Sunday moving pictures and other indoor entertainment problems of practically all our industrial and business enterprises large and small is the basic fact with which body must deal in fixing your will observe that we exclude from this discussion all question as to the citys past expenditures for its mu ELIMINATION OF GRADE CROSSING IS DISCUSSED State County Township Railroad and Public initou uctti in nxincr vour Service Officials Confer year You Lack of Finances Causes Deferring of Action Re garding Fairview Road At a meeting held this morning in Room 401 City Hall Philadelphia which xvas attended by representa tives of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road Company the county Ridley township the department of high ways and private interests in the matter of the proposed elimination of a grade crossing of the Balti more arid Ohio Railroad at Fairview 0 road Woodlyn was decided to i The mcn wcre as Harry Pier postpone further action until October son 23 of Eighth street near Bnr The reason advanced was that none i clay street and Bert Platt 24 of thc of the interested parties was in po financially to carrv out the Bitter on Farm Relief and Budget Balancing Re peal Drive On WASHINGTON Jan House Rules Committee heavily Roosevelt even the formality of a record vote the committee reported to the House a resolution which would insure consideration of the bill to morrow Continued on Page Fivo FREED IN PHILA Two local salesmen who were ar rested here yesterday on suspicion of highway robbery were turned over to Philadelphia detectives and early this morning were freed upon establishing their identity the Philadelphia detec tives having nabbsd thc wrongmen this time The meeting hadjbeen called by the PublicS Commission crine streets last night David Giest 5o 1453 North Seventeenth Phila delphia died a few minutes later in Graduate Hospital Giest a SpanishAmerican war vet after 2 p m The first of a series of bills aimed at putting into effect the program annual m agreed upon by the Republican State r dance of the organization made their appearance in a session of the Senate to viri h rttH said his death Veterans Physicians caused by heart discasp As he collapsed he was aided by Miley S Montague of this city prominent in veterans affairs who attended thc installation with Mrs Montague PRESENTS PLEA FOR LOWER TAXES Albert J McVicker of Mohawk ave nue representing the taxpayers of Norwood addressed the members of council last night and urged the tax rate for 1933 be reduced or main tained at the same rate as last year was Allowed by Burgess Elmer Nittinger who stated he bslieved day All vere sponsored by Senator Twentythird street Both were arrested here by Detective Dougherty Detectives based the arrest an in formation received they said They n alsf claimed that Pierson a former Russell Wolfe representing the Pubj automobile salesman has been unem lic Service Commission j p ployed for several months Schrader representing thc Baltimor i men were arrested in the vi and Ohio Railroad Company John cinitr of Seventh nnd Welsh streets McDonough representing rhe 1 and tateri to detective hesdqimrters which township Albsrt J WilJiams repre Continued on Page Five MOTORIST KILLED David Wagner 22 of 285 Congress avenue Lansdowhe died in the Del aware County Hospital last evening ac bis o clock of injuries received in an automobile crash at West Chester pike and Lawrence road Manoa late in the afternoon His sister Mrs Trevis Mlnnich and her daughter Lois 4 of the address were cut bv George L Dauphin formerly flying sam here for questioning before they were turned over to the Philadelphia au thorities ATTEMPTS SUICIDE The rule would loavp the bill wide open to amendments and provide lov liberal debate WASHINGTON Jan UP Republican Congressional leaders were determined today to ditch thc legislative program they think Pres identelect Roosevelt will place bc iorc Congress They fully expect a new admin istration slate of legislation to be agreed upon at thc conference in New York City tomorrow between House and Senate Democrats and Mr Roosevelt The program is expected to include provisions for budgetbal ancing beer and farm relief Republicans arc hopeful of upset ting this program in thc short ses sion because of the shaky Democratic House majority the inconclusive DemocratInsurgent Senate alliance and President Hoovers veto power They arc determined that none of Mr Roosevelts proposals be pttC into cf tect white the Republican udminls tiTHion remiuts u ome Republican are particularly bitter on the subject of farm relief and the controversial Question of budgetbo 1 ancing methods Two days in advance of the submis sion of the allotment plan of farm Buy Give Ameri cans Work This is the slogan of L D Odhncr executive secretary of thr Camden County Chamber of Commerce who yesterday addressed the members of the Chester Rotary Club The speaker delivered a practical nnd instructive talk on the attend ant ills or the socalled economic depression and advanced as onp of the cures the buying of American manufactured gcaicls He began by offering the simile of a sick man who isolates himself from the rest of the world so that he can conserve his own strength in order to recuperate He compared the ill man with an 111 nation that needs iU own resources and strength to recoup from the condition that America finds itself in today Mr Odhncr recounted tho program adopted by tho British Rovcrnmeru not only a few years ago but shortly after the war that of buying British goods His statement is borne out by thc fact that all British matter is canceled with a which vends Buy British mail mark At length he unfolded the story of an American manufacturer of pens who visited England seeking the cnuso of a reduction in thc demand for his products and learned that even the children of the Kingdom were being taught to buy only goods manufactured under the Union Jack Why cnnt America adopt the same policy ho nsked Not that I am advocating any sec tionalism or provincialism but now is the time Americans woke up to facts nnd should follow thc example set by other nations Continued on Page Five u DARBY GET CUT IN PAY CLOUDY WARMER WEATHER PREDICTED Mostly cloudy skies are predicted today and tomorrow with warmer weather today and colder tomorrow in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 51 at 3 p m and the lowest was 36 at 730 a m The aver ftge of 44 was eleven degrees above normal for the date and one degree above the average January 3 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 62 established in 1913 and minimum 3 below zero in 1879 Sunrise today was at 723 a m and sunset will be at 449 p m Eastern Standard time BETHlUOURT Court Severely Raps Po lice Hinting at spiracy Charges Con Judge Albert Button MacDade In court this directed the dis trict attorneys office to conduct a ihoroiiKh investigation of conditions court district in the thc A 10 per cone cut In salaries of all of the ins employes of Upper Darby township Including police was votod unanimously by thc Board of Com missioners hist rvijrht at thc monthly meeting in the Municipal Building Policemen in the township received another cut of 10 per cent a month ago which reduced their salary to per day from which they are required to buy their uniforms arid Mary McCuc 20 of 804 East Ninth street made a futile attempt to end her life by asphyxiation in her home last night according to police The young woman was found in a third story bedroom of her home with gas flowing from a jet She was to the Chester Hospital removed where to emergency a member of the House One of rhc bills by riving thc chairmanship of the Public Service i Commission to the member who had the longest service would remove Dr was Sycamore Millstreatment and was later released u 01 the other car j the custody of her mother No motive cci for her attempt was ascribed and pcrhaos weeks in advanc of the expected fiscal legislation prominent rle nib Hearts have begun the relentless hammering They seem to feel that thc real has been shifted from Washington to Hyde Park and New York The allotment farm relief plan formally reported to the House yes terday was assailed immediately as a billion dollar sales tax on bread This was the phrase of Rep Schafcr Repn Wia Despite the barrage Democrat leaders convinced of Mr Roosevelts support of thc bill soiiRht a special rule today providing for its consid eration by thc House on Thursday A final vote is expected Saturday Thc Democrats fully expect a Continued on rape annual report of tho highwnj department submitted by Samuel H Walker chairman of tho highway committee showed a of from the departments appropriation last year CONDITION IMPROVES It is reported thai Charles E San derson sccretmry of the Chester school district who has hcen seri ously ill for several months is show ing encouraging signs of recovery When first taken ill thc secretary was removed to thc Chester Hospital where he underwent a major surgica operation Following this ordeal he suffered a longperiod of illness fron which he is now recovering at his home No 15 East Sixteenth street U S TKKASUFlY BALANCE WASHINGTON INS Treasury balance as of December 30 S5547519947B LJkpRnrUtures 57550 customs receipts 20759 Continued on Fagc Five ORDERED FROM CITY Frank Duffy 41 of Lancaster Pa was given 15 minutes to get out of the city when he was arraigned in police court this morning charged with drunkenness He was arrested by Pa trolmen McKinncy and Wright at 230 a m today when employes of Sixth street station of the Pcnnsvlvania vrx Railroad were unable to get him out ta of a the lowcst of the waiting room tax rates of any municipality in the Chester pike section the present ta rate being 13 mills Other matters of a routine nature were transacted at the meeting HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Pess IN KUGLER CASE Scion of Wealthy Family Pleads Guilty to Charge of Embezzlement Clarence B Kugler 3rd of Upper Darby scion of a prominent Phila AT JEFFERSON PARK Toy Lady General Lady Sweet Ingle Nook Southland Lad delphia family pleaded guiltv this Mutual Friend Jeanne Wachs morning beforeP Judge CharlrsC who is filttinB at Media to Lee Lord Tournament i a charge of embezzlement Racketeer Dedicate He was accused by his former em i Keguile Slanta Noon ployers William M Knatz Inc I Upper Darby real estate dealers of O1 i A trie PC i 1 T f HLs attorney William A Gray of Philadelphia told the Court that Kugler came from a prominent Phil adelphia family and that he was hoping his client would be given a few days in order that members of Chester Times Circulation for 1932 Time each publican during the year audit a sot at hooks Tho Times i Mrmiltcrl to Ha m if h thouch unpaid circulation viu howovir of as certified accountants copies actually sold and paid for al n j being short which sum he had borei Overbrook Aerial Trumpet collected for the firm One Grand X Russell Roycroftcr Mingle Plucky Girl j Square Catwalk Gun Strap Lady Morris Ilek Conciere Bajrgataway jerry g prince peh hies Miss Delight j i Miss Cliflons VarT1P NcJ taken Sentence was deferred until son S Lmon W Paula Friday L Don Caesar IVeather cloudy track fast AT AGUA CALTENTE Enlo Gene Swift He turn Quick Indian Douglas F French Honey Phusr Atcines Alma Rouge KnighV Peace Times Deep Beach Lutie Schuster Mountain Lieut Kelly Des Jardines Malicious Dude Rarclier El Gali Kugler a former college student 15 said to be a grandson of the founder of Kuplcrs restaurant one of Philadelphias leading places of its kind Since his arrest Kuglers family and friends have failed 10 come to his assistance He had already served 70 days in jail It is hoped by Gray his attorney that if resti tution is made hLs client will be given a suspended sentence Weather clear track fast BANK CALL ISSUED WASHINGTON Jan j The comptroller of the currency to Sure day issued a call for the condition of nationil banks as of close of December 31 DATE F i 2 3 21 4 23 o 21 fi 21 7 1 8 21 9 21 in 21 11 21 12 21 21 M In Ifi 17 18 1 9 20 21 21 Sii 22 21 23 21 24 25 T 2BJ 27 t 28 29 21 21 j 31 i 541 L tf L I 03o silt Chester FEB MARCH y ind postomce employes aflvnrtisinc njcncics purposes of 21501 copies daily 20 13 23173 21947 21461 Sunday 21842 21RGI 21620 21502 2 1 62 1 21422 21420 21395 21677 21703 21407 2 J 580 Sunday 2l04fi 21547 21441 21500 21402 21503 Sunday 21043 21355 21300 21351 21380 21300 Sunday 21308 21310 21378 214fif5 21167 21205 Suridav 21234 21247 2135R 21250 578503 21110 21274 2J 223 Sunday 21302 21282 2J305 21108 21443 21273 21638 21447 21478 21430 21433 21430 Sunday 21 503 21471 21375 21457 21402 21246 Sunday 21 524 21102 21335 21423 21157 21092 555371 20970 Sunday 21200 21207 21229 21106 21208 20820 Sunday 21273 21054 21112 21003 21622 20748 Sunday 21000 20086 21102 20880 20065 20701 Sunday 20091 20778 20907 20702 20705 20440 Sunday 10477 20701 54454i 20533 20720 20645 20530 20307 Sunday 20571 20526 20630 20634 20521 20305 Sunday 20660 20622 20482 20306 20386 20223 Sunday 20604 20357 20304 20256 20376 20040 Sunday 20327 20400 20268 20126 20313 20012 Sunday Holiday 20455 20390 20220 2022f 19800 Sunday 20155 20211 2014 3 20167 2005 in7fjfl Sunday 20122 10981 19057 7 19018 Sunday 10037 20007 20086 20122 105 Sunday 501501 ID790 20167 20037 3 0786 20on 20022 rM8D Sunday 20010 19774 10709 10727 19700 19478 Sunday 10762 ID 685 10772 10731 10708 Sunday 20OM 10732 19731 10734 10643 Sunday 10750 107tO 19528 5 3 40 2 2 10538 10532 19227 Sunday 18772 JO 775 10757 19703 20011 10634 Sunday 20030 20005 20017 20161 20026 Sundny 20212 20058 20163 20223 20 i 165 10013 Sunday 20 21 6 20285 20347 2024 J 20187 518134 10660 10802 Sunday 20227 20116 20206 20il5 20257 20047 Sunday 20103 20147 20107 20237 20257 20077 Sunday 20356 20343 20380 20281 20286 20223 Sunday 20367 20408 20285 20310 20372 20380 Sunday 20726 526822 10071 20479 20335 20181 20226 20102 Sunday 20470 20365 23323 20340 20212 20012 Sunday 20 333 20265 20227 20061 20180 20014 Sunday 20309 20224 201 56 Holiday 20214 20004 Sunday 20208 20115 20132 508586 20068 Copies 4041387 naiv xFT p Paid Copies 4451 379 na J VFT P IDiMTotal Paid Copies 4 855 669 n J fc5 cnnxi A U31iy h J J 20034 20021 20042 Sunday 20105 20176 20045 20178 20115 20020 Sunday 20103 20208 20034 20083 20007 20006 Sunday 20011 20103 20222 20238 20354 10726 Sunday Holiday 20353 20216 20318 20106 20081 10792 AID Average 13080 PAID Average ri cnoydA PAID Average 15614 5 NET PAJD Ward of this city the order loMowinp the jurists criticism of al leged conditions It was during tho trial of John Davis Wilmington Del Negro on charRcs of auto theft and operntihc an automobile while Intoxicated that testimony presented Jed Judge Mac pnde to question why such happen ings as citedshould be permitted and vcicrring to the police declared it would not be amiss if the entire body oC people being connected with thG police department be brought into court on conspiracy charges for viola tion of the law in failliiff to perform the duties oC their office On September 18 Dnvb accom pnniad by Russell Summers Lewis Flood and Ralph Corporal ton Nceroca camo to Chester nnd be gun the rounds of cabarets and other establishments in the Bethel Courl district according to their testimony They said they first visited Jack Far rolls cabaret and then proceeded to another all in the party having sev eral drinks When Summers owner of the car finally prepared to return home he made the discovery that his automo bile had disappeared After several hours search tha vehicle was fonncl near Market street wharf with Davis intoxicated seated behind tho wheel Ifc was following the recital oC their visits to establishments in the Bethel Court district thnt Judpe MacDnde declared Tlicso places should be in vestigated nnd tho principals ques tioned After referring to a recent edict is sued by Mayor Ward and his threat to post officers at aU encrancesto the dis fiiri judge lam ot Police Harry Robinson in the court room culled him before the bar nnd said I dont understand how these thing could happen with oraccr1 on duty in the district Why should it be necessary to call the officials at tention to such mat tors Men going to and from their places are accosted by pa m ted worn en of the district and rob beries arc committed The plnco should be put under police nuaran tine Judge MacDade then ordered L A Bloom assistant district attorney and Captain Robinson to make a thorough investigation of alleged conditions in Bethel Court Ponding their report of findings Flood and Corporal were ordered com mitted to jail pending questioning as to the places visited by them and the names of proprietors of such places Davis convicted of the charges on which he was tried was sentenced to serve one to three years in the county jail and to pay a fine of and costs NEWFRENCHLENER BURNS ITS CREW OF 260JIESCUED Atlantique 000000 Reported Prob ably a Total Loss Flames Discovered OfE No Passers sengers Aboard t LONDON Jan doned to a fiery doom the luxurious 42513 ton French steamship LAt lantique drifted in a pall of smoka and flame tonight British Time fifteen mi PS northwest of the Island of Jersey in theEnRlish Channel PARIS Jan Ger man steamer Ruhr saved the entire crew of tho burning French liner Atlantique owners of the vessel an nounced here today early today It was the largest ship In the French South American service con taming accommodation lor 1200 pas CHERBOURG Prance Jan The Jiner Atlan tique one of the most luxurious of trench passenger ships was adriffc and on fire without a crew aboard today probably a total loss lire broke out off Cherbourg while a skeleton crew of 260 men but no were aboard The Atlantique had been taken off the South Atlantic run for her first over Tho to the lifeboats SAFETY ENGINEER WILL GIVE TALK A prominent safety engineer has been procured to address the meeting of the Felton Fire Company No 3 at headquarters Third and Ynrnall streets tomorrow evening He Is asso ciated with a large Insurance and safety Inspection company with of fices In Philadelphia and will use as hLs topic Safety Routine business will be transacted at this meeting to be presided over by L Gordon MacDonald when it became evident that they could not check the fire French navy tupfs rushed to the scene twentyfive miles west of the Guernsey Islands about halfway be tween Cherbourg and Brest The British steamers Falmouth and Ford ships stood by It was understood the fire was dis covered about 630 a m The crewr fought the blaze for two hours before askingfor help It was indicated that a strong wind fanned the fire caus ing it to spread rapidly Newest reports indicated that thc Atlantique was being blown toward the Casquets rocks on the Channel slancJa Three Dutch and two tugs were standingby A description of tho burning vessel was broughtby Captain Biros ot the French Navy commanding the Cher bourer aviation center who flew over N itjn a seaplane with an observer I sighteda blazing mass about i pm hersald It was slowly enveloped in smoke ymich was a mass offlames ship seemed a totals loss The liner was white hot like a brazier It seemed only a question of timr until it burns out and sinks I felt the intense hent although we flew high above the ship MARSEILLES Jan SOS signal was picked xip by the local wireless station today from the Greek steamer Alma in distress near Tenedos at the southwestern en trance to the Dardanelles 1 rS Lost Watcfi Soon Returned Through Chester Times Ad Immediate results were se cured by a Times classified adver tisement according to C D Mel vln of 312 East Fourteenth street who lost a watch somewhere be tween the State Theatre and home A single insertion in the Ches ter Times lost and found adver tising section resulted in the time piece beinpr returned thc same day the advertisement appeared the finder turning to the newspaper soon after picking up the watch This is typical of the results ob tained every day by Times adver tisers and anyone who loses an article should not be downcast Merely call a Times ad await quick results of Times BOYCOTT ALLEGED FARMjtUM JOINT County Places Official There After P M C Asks Such Action District Attorney WilliamJ MacCartcr Jr has stationed a de tective at the farm of Eddie Lowe near tho campus of thc Pennsylvania Military College to prevent students of the college from entering the place District Attorney MacCarter took e action following the receipt of a tier from Colonel Frank K Hyatt in which the commandant of the college stated that he suspected some of the students may have been frequenting the place He asked that an investigation be made and Lowe arrested Lowe has been arrested three timer ror liquor violations according to thn district attorney and was scheduled to stand trial yesterday before Judfjc John M Broomall His attorney VTervyn R Turk produced a doctors certificate to the effect that his client was ill and asked that the case be continued for a week Eroomall granted the request and owe will be tried next Monday Lowes place located at Seven eenth street and Bullens lane Rid ey township is approximately four squares distant from the college Yesterday County Detective Rae M Kaplan was stationed at the entrance o the farm to question any younff men who attempted to enter the The studen ts returned to col yesterday from their Christmas and the boycott measure taken as a means of The best Years crack of the year Ls to keep the one tn your faca closed Keep active to live long Bethel Court pickpockets should live to be an old age judging how active they have been since the first of the yearj A woman divorced at Media told the judge her hubby left her on their wedding day Then they sayabsence makes the heart grow fonder Its their last year that a number of business man are talking about and the same thing has a number off the girls at City Hall talking Dispatches tells us that 100 ChLnesa soldiers frozo to death in Man churia Keeping cool with the coolies eh A local boy received a mouth or gan 3 feet long for Christmas hir mouth can practice the oneyard dash every evening An advertisement reads that a mans hair and teeth are his besti friends But even the best of friends must part pipes Paddy McFadderu A couple recently named their tvins Mary and Doug Presumably the theory that they make a perfect picture Laughter saysa doctor tends toi postpone advancing age Well ws agree Its better to titter than to tetter Weather Weather Penn sylvania Mostly cloudy tonight and Thursday with probably light rain warmertonight and colder Thursday Western Pennsylvania Light rain tonight and possibly Thursday morn ingr changing to flurries near Lake Erie colder Thursday1 and nj west portion tonight   

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