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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              MiLY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 57TH 17484 Dally Leased Wire Reports of Untied Press DP and International News Service INS CHESTER SATURDAY JANUARY 7 19 REVOLT THREAT GIVEN DEMOCRAT HIGH TAX PLAN Leaders Fear Rebellion Would Discredit Party on Eve of Inauguration SCENE OF COOLIDGE SERVICES Substitute Means of Rais ing Budget balancing Revenue Sought i WASHINGTON Jan The Democratic tax program was I tossed about today in such a storm of conflicting opinion that early adoption of any new levies appeared unlikely Party leadersbarelymore than 24 i hours after they met Presidentelect I Roosevelt and announced virtual j agreement on unprecedented time income taxes were seriously considering substitute means of raisl ing budgetbalancing revenue Some of them privately conceded ihs income tax plnn would have little more than a 5050 chance of passage They feared that if it were brought before Congress there might be a rebellion that would discredit the I party on the eve of the new era tic administrations inauguration Mr Roosevelt was represented as i feeling that it was up 10 the leaders here to work out the tax program His advisers said it was the Congres sional leaders rather than the Presi dentelect who presented the income j funeral services ncrc former TVth Mr j burial in the CooMdjre family plot in the Roosevelt tentatively approved it or it he Rev Albert J Pcni ratnPr nm H icorirdrnin if i t j at the last ritci BRIEF FUNERAL CHESTER WOMAN 96 SERVICES HELD FOR COOLIDGE Hundreds View Body Former President Northampton Home Hoover and Congress ers Attend at C Burial in Vermont i w iJLV W1T1TVJX 7U j YE ARS OLD TOMORROW Mrs Louisa J Chndwick of 52 West Ninth street win celebrate the ninetysixth anniversary of her birth tomorrow No festivities have been arranged buc the day will bring the Of at Mrs hurch Li LlltJ oldest residents of this city is thc mother of Dr J D Chadwick at whose home she resides She is the widow of Robert Chadwick a former of Chester and has lived res to ship thi FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day PRICE TWO CENTS PROBATED AT MEDIA In his will probated at Media William H Burdsnll late of 70 South Union avenue Lansdowne leaves his personal property estimated at Si000 to his widow Mrs Elizabeth Burd sall The real estate valued at is to be sold and the proceeds divided among his children William James Mary Annie Edward and Elizabeth Mr Burdsall died on December IS Letters of Administration hava been issued at Media 10 thc Chestor NORTHAMPTON Mass Jan Coolidge who rose from farm boy to President will be returned to the good earth today Following a brief funeral service in the Massachusetts town where his political fortune began the body of thc thirtieth American Presidentwas to be transported to Plymouth Vt his birthplace he was born sixty years ago Coolidge will be buried in the family grave yard It is rocky soil hallowed with the bones of six generations of Puri tan ancestors a resting place older than thc country he served in silent wisdom Chacnvick With good health and with faculties undimmed she is meeti mg the years with interest and pleasj ure Many remarkable changes have IOIIR life and Cambridge Bank and Trust Company to administer the estate of Fd mund J Butter worth late of Un wood who died in Philadelphia more than nine years igo on September The heirs are his widow Airs Marion B Walben and children Charlotte and George ROCKNE CRASH TARGET er ong c nn with these she has kept j utenvorth all iiving nt Clnymont SENTENCE RUM ADMlWROBBJNG LAW VIOLATORS HIS BENEFACTOR Mercy j Young Man Sentenced to t r Ct 4 He will lie between the Craves of Smri r is fat Bl his father John Coolidge and his son Calvin Coolidge Jr both of J u ry for Upper Darby Man Terms Given of Artiieton avenue and State road Upper Darbv wa f m i i 11 f possession of beer of m his trial The Edwards Congregational Church at Northampton where sral serves ncrc held for formor ri c TAITT iDEBAT rather did not disapprove it Speaker Garner however today emphatically piaced his full support behind the proposaljo raise additional revenues through increased income taxes as agreed upon at the New York conference w i t h Presidentelect Rqoseyelt HYDE PARK N Y Jan Roosevelt noting i r j T the storm caused by the budget j KeceptlOlT Is Tendered bv Each Side balancing program suggested during 7ir i i the conference here with party lead ers is preparing for another such meeting in Washington Jan 19 He will stop over in thc capital at that time to talk with party whips while enroute toivfuscle Shoals Ala and Warm Springs Ga where he intends to rest until he returns to Washington as President Eclipsing the original plan of Mrs Ta ge of f i iui rt ouiet simolc vin Coolidge nrior to his funeral official Washington headed vtcemetery Inset is i b President Hoover attended thr olvcarold pastor of thc ehurch who officialcd I services at the Edwards CongrcEa tionaJ Church hero Senators Congressmen Governors Ambassadors men and women of prominence arrived to pay homaee I fl OTinH A ii T The Presidentelect believes an ex Association of Ministers Senate Committee on Collier Measure Francis M Taitt Bishop of thc Pennsylvania Diocese of the Episco pal Church was honored last evo tra session of Congress may be avoided if the ambitious revenue beerfarm relief program is enacted It v after a five Speaker Garn Robinson and others j ison streets where the Bishop Roosevelt friends declared recosrcctor thirtythree years nizcd thc entire schedule turned on the beer proposal by the lead rrs are confident 5137000000 in revj the Bishop had the seat rnue can be realized If that falls through at the short session they aid then the entire budget one of room machinery would be thrown out of of the Parish liigh gear making it necessary to served by a Rev Stanley V WASHINGTON Jnn SL Pauls Pro skirmishof wortls between wts and Episcopal Church and the drys over legalized beer was resumed members of thp of Chester iiuinaEe to agood American and good friend Among them were Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt wife of the President eject and Mrs Dwight W Morrow widow of the late senator from New Jersey who was a classmate of Cool idge at Amherst College Distinguished mourners rubbed el which passed through th MCV the remains before the services Virtually every man woman incl to o CooMgcC IaSt Ume the face A crowd of from 7000 to 10000 ac k i hi l x l el 1 Judge W Roger Proucficld at yesterday The jury recom menaed and Joneswas sen tenced to pay a Ane of and The Jones place a small store was raided by county detectives after on erativcs of Detective James Meli had made buvs the store County xi tl found in Detective Serve Jail Term Other Sentences Imposed Francis Hrmilright 22 of West Fifth street near Lloyd was sen tenced to serve from six to three years in the county jail by Judge John M tiv youth pleaded money from a friended him Hemilriglu admitted taking from the owner of the house where he boarded andalso taking from the pocketbook of a young girl who Accorclmgr to a story published bv a South Bend Inl newspaper the crash that resulted in the loath of Kmitc Rocknc and seven others was caused by a time bomb aboard the plane to kill the v V JKrvnolds of Noire Dame University Father Reynolds was in eye wUmss to the murder of Jake Linplo Chicago pmur He was to have accompanied Hockuc on thr illfated guilty to stealing man who had bc room back The defense counsel was Robert W Beatty and the commonwealth was represented by Assistant District At torney William B McClcnachan Jr Appearing before Judge Charles C Greer Michael Gnxbowski of the 1400 back Thirteenth street Eddystonc pleaded guilty to possession of llquo He was fined and given a sus pended jail sentence of throe months to three years Detective Arnoid MacNeal told of making buys of liquor in he place the When county on found it mash coil arid liquor were Attorney tut cnurcri hc judiciary committee on constitution were thrown open to thc public at tiu OJJclit the three hours allotted to Joes thirtyfive of Ivs j the bcsr bill of all denominI The liberals were represented by of i Hep James M Bee R of Pcnn birthaay dinner which j sylvania a former U S Solicitor Gen a m In peaceful dignity the body lay in in a S0lid bronze casket made rich by its lack of ornamentation i pleaded Engraved upon the lid of tlis cffln was the inscription the com momvealth Jailed For Ttohhnry Samuel SenekofT of Upper Darby guilty to robbery before CALVIN COOLIDGE uiiiijiri iayjvivniy p nnf nf6 M the meeting in j eral whik temporarily in the next few days domestic legislative questions to con fer with Secretary Stimson on oper ation of the Department of State He arranged the conference which will be held either here or in New York through President Hoover A L L Aivjuiv ci i i i i it L ilLl LVOnr1 Specific details concerning the pro old This is a great icsed conference were Peasant one to be with my brethren vclt meeting all questions with tho of Chester again said Bishon Taif remark you had better talk with Mr Referring to his years of nvnistrv He was dressed in formal morning a Stume with frnrk block West Chester strinfri i i puce Uppr on December 0 The manPfei 4v M CRSG in thc hands of gift of Mrs Coolidge Assistant District Attorne uui Judge Greer and was sentenced to pay a fine of 5100 and scrvr from 0113 to three years in the county f nj LJiu jiiiiSLUMi jTRmpenciary by Upper iolating when they police admitted rifling a cash rcgls pleaded guilty to stealing chickens tcr in a filling station in the ant admitted to Assistant District Attorney William R Teal that the man he robbed had befriended him when hc was penniless Sentence was deferred until next Friday on William Bonncvillc of Morton avenue Sun Village who pleaded guilty to selling and posses sion of liquor Bonnevilles place was raided by county detectives following numerous complaints Andrew Williamson of Darby In whose home was found AGO bottles of home brew was fined nnd costs and given a suspended sentence of from thiee months to three years Williamson represented by Altbrnev Mnthues Dougherty claimed the beet was for his own consumption George Ott also of Darby war fined S300and costs and given from two months to three years in the county jail for violating thc liquor taws Ott was found breaking a pint bottle of liquor when county detec tives raided his home JURORS AT ODDS COULD NOT AGREE Foreman Accuses One of Using Improper Lan ffiiage Jury Discharged A jury was discharged at Media this of Ebinsburg Cambria county after morning by Judge Charles a Greer It had failed to roach a verdict after 44 hours deliberation SECOND TRIAL OF CZEKAY AND TRIO OF CONSTABLES Accused of Attempt to Shake Down Middle town Township Farmer Damaging Testimony Is Given by an Expert on Handwriting Tho trial of Magistrate Joseph H Czekay of Chester township Con stable Prank Platt of Ridley town ship Constable Shirley OBrien of Tinicum and William Servoss of Eddystono who went on trial before Judge Norman T Boose of Cameron county at Media yesterday charged with conspiracy extortion and mal feasance in office continued today The men arc accused of attempt ing to shakedown Frank DAmetb At tt At tt whose road they on August 4 and seized more of court Czckay Platt OBrien and Servoss in connection iJS the same case at the June term of court and were sentenced to two years each in the thismornin According to the story DAmato tolri Assistant District Attorney C a knock George Sadler and William Irving Negroes of West Chester were re turned to thc Eastern Penitentiary lior Violating their parolewhen they began his remarks with th following statement i feel am just the Stimson UL Illilll i here he expressed the period as c DLLmson i nere ne expressed the period as c Presidentelect motored to i of the most delightful v vlUm Elhnw hii irmnfvir of his lifp cu IU 111WH ucilgiJLllU CuiS Krum Elbow his country home oz hls hfe constiti New York Mrs He remindedthe members of the r did not accompany him She left bv j association that the pastoral phase ofii night vUh her son Jfms i church work is the greatest of all eni id the funeral of former Prcsii deavors of the clergy without h i olidge at Northampton Mass Personal contacts ofwhich no mfn can expect to know hh coWcca the final decision will be rendered by thc people themselves The committee headed by Sen ator Blsine R of Wisconsin ruled speeches yill be limited solely to thc constitutional issues Six hours of hearings were ar o be Cquany TRANSFER PRIESTS m rcprcsentlnK thc common Judge Albert four Chester youths accused of stealing an auto mobile were acquitted in a directed Rev ant the Immaculate Heart Continued on Last BURNED LINER TOWED TO PORT tion and preach ro hem He intimated UTU one of th pi compensations derived from hV pr Uie CHERBOURG France Jan The hulk of the burnedout liner Atlantique all but destroyed by fire was towed into port here to day A controversy developed among French and Dutch tug companies over salvage rights which may be rich j A dispatch from Amsterdam inti mated the Dutch intended to claim the Atlantique contending that three Dutch sailors from the tug La WIT Zee were the first aboard theblar1 ing ship The commander of a French tor pedo boat hovcver asserted thn Dutch boarded ihci Atlantiaue 10 minutes after the French The liner was considered a torn toos but reports now indicate hulk may be worth rebuilding i ju 11 w ur vjriiinu the Archdiocese listed to be transi Grant and his staff lo Orphans Rest SOUTH BEND Ir gregation 11 Iinu mcmb8rs hi3 i yesterday bv Cardinal Dougherty The young cleric will become assist innt rcctor of the Churrh or cr Turning to some reminiscences of his first work in the ministry Bishop Taitt told of his duties as a second assistant to a pastor in Philadelphia where he was resigned the task of car 1 for poor families He gave a de r J a witness in the famous Lingle case received speculation today concern ing the Notre Dame football coachs intended for McNclis who has been assistant T t Z t 1 r death The theory was included in a copy in the NewsTimes learned from un righted article which said it the human interest and i impeachablo sources that govern ment operatives discovered evidence Continued on Last of such a blast The story was denied by Depart ment of Commerce aviation official i Charle Department of Justice executives and P tor at the Church of St Catherine of oicnna Reading Pa Other changes affecting county parishes are Rev Vincent F Hamilton from as sistant rector Church of the Holy Spirit Sharon Hill to assistant rec Port WARMER VOT i of Justice executives anc rUlC officials of Notre Dame University The NewsTimes said the bom TTEA The NewsTimes said the bomb increasing cloudiness and wnrirrr apparently was intended for thc Rv weather arc predicted today in Easirr Jonn Reynolds C S C a wit crn Pennsylvania New Jersey tcstimonv aided in conviction of Loo Brothers for siay Or STOKIVI WARNING RAISED ware and Maryland Thers will br hgnt rain and colder weather to night and tomorrow will be fair and much colder NFW iterday was 53 at 3 p m and the low Njtvv YORK Jan est was 35 at 330 a m The storm swept up the Atlantic Coast i of 44 was eleven above the Delaware Breakwater to for the date but six donees aastpprt Me today with high waves the average January 6 last shorcs of New Jersey xMadmumtemoerature for and the Isew England States Smallis 62 established in 1929 snipping endangered The imum 4 in 189G weather issued a storm warni Sunrise today was at 723 a m and ing Alfred iJakc Lingle iribunc reporter Reynold said the NewsTimes had The highest temperature here yes oookcd passage on tho plane in which Rockne and seven others died March 31 1931 At the uioment sid the paper he changed his plans and Chicago BEATEN MANSAYS 2 MEN ATTACKED HIM NAMED CHAPLAIN Regaining 5n thp Presbyterian Hospital in Philadcl Eddys tone Informed Judges Greer Broomall and Pronc neld who questioned McCarthy as to the conduct of the jurors in thc jury room that improper language hnd boon used in the room particularly by juror No 12 John H Dare of Ycadon Ine foreman said the vote was 11 to one for conviction and accused Dare of saying If thc other 11 voted for acquittal ho would vote guiltv Dure was then called before the Court and said that he probably had used strong language I did say that if a certain juror voted one way I would vote the other I didnt maan lt thenhe blasphemed me assorted Dan The Court then questioned other jurors Judge FrohrHcld said It is thn privilege of any juror to stand against tho other eleven Jf he i sincere and tair 2Howcver we expect nil jurors to behaveproperly in the jury rooms Their arguments should bo conducted quietly without displaying any feel ings and without loud or Improper language or any vulgarity The cnic was that of Roy C Rowlans who lived at the Salvation Army Hotel Philadelphia a former employe of a canatorium at Clifton Heights who was arrested by Darbv ppl co on November 23 on the com plaint of thc mother of Robert Sprowlet 12 who claimed that Row lans had accosted him on Main street Rowlans was charged with assniilt with improper intentions When the jury vvns discharged As sistant DiKtrlct Attorney Guy GDc Furia fished that Rowlans present a new bond for bail and his re quest was granted by the Court BOY ON SKATES BUMPS AUTOMOBILE No charge other than accident being preferred Joseph M OBrien of thc 2100 block Madison street was released in his own recognizance to appear when wanted when arraigned in police court today OBrien walked into police station rr INO KIJ KUUUWJU unci joy asl night and reported that while KPCrdn Irmin6harr and Benevo This morning the be driving past Seventeenth street and kdlc ffan L six continuing until avenue yesterday afternoon onowmg the installations a school oclock All businnrs establishI Rlcharcl Strain 1710 Walnut street conducted by the I mcntsowned by the Ukrainian Greek roer kated in front of his automo na omcers Chester Lodge was Orthodox residents will bo closer and was knocked down OBrien pnrpfi RL the mccUng with a total j tod33 while the people join in thc tnfi LO the Crozer Hospital TT where thc victim was treated and ad mitted for observation Thc only other automobile accident COUNTY I a MEETS AT DARBY More Continued on Last Pajjfi UKRAINIAN XMAS BEING CELEBRATED Christmas is being celebrated today by the Ukrainian Russian nnd Greek Orthodox residents of this city and special services were held in the three Orthodox churches in the West End last evening and this morning Thc churches in which the Christ mas masses were sung are Ukrainian Orthodox held in the Ukrainfan American National Home at Fourth and Ward streets Rev P Byloiv Church of the Holy Ghost Ukrain Third and Hnrwlck streets Rev E Theodorowitch and i i ijiri t h n J C A I t v w i uwl l 114 Church Second and Norris streets OHer of nriri pmimcP rCrs of thc Ntcholas Ortho is inriurtrri i cnrTP ru Pcllows fom various 2513 West Fourth is incjucicd among twelve priests in I sections of thc county greeted Grand thf i MftKtfr Arrhiho night was held at wivn past grands degree of tho 2513 West Fourth street Following the custom chil dren of Ukrainian parentage last eve ning at twilight kept watch for the ft ujtiod in diffcrcnt todgcs in thc Lodges represented at thc meeting were William Pcnn No 273 of M TrlJi f No 2o3 and Chester city Farmers and No 263 jiiiinuifc jincj Mechanics No 185 of Marcus Hook Rase Tree No 275 of Rose Tree and Kossuth No 393 of Media Those without representation wcrc Clifton Heights No 960 of Clifton Star which signaled the appearance of thc commencement of thc holiday festivities Upon sighting tho star the evening men I which at this time was a special event was partaken of after which the devotional services were sched uled to start Ail evening the boom of the heavy bells In tho towers of tho three churches sounded on thc night air From nine to 10 oclock tho voices of the clergymen were heard chanting the rituals After the services thc was of August by tue uour of his home a shotgun he said he went them and when they from him he closed thuuoor j tempted to use iheitelcphbrie I n O lnl T a The men broke down the door n DAmato said and when they starr at him he returned the flrc Shortly arterwards several members of the State Highway Patro wit and DAmato surrendered A aea of the house revealed the liquor search d Sergeant j thc Statc Highway Patrol telephoned Deputy Sheriff Harry TAXPAYERS GROUP HERE w uV nuu 01 uuuon ucii1 riKm sent 01 Heights Upper Birmingham No 940 goodwill and joy 01 UDDTT 71 rm n rrHo I if bells again sent out their message of tor Church of St Stephen Carbon Rev Christopher L Purcell from assistant rector Church of St CornwelLs to assistj ant rcctor Church of the Holy Spirit Sharon Kill i Rev John E Dunn from assistant rr rector Church of StFrancis Sprinc rr in mn i field to afrsi5tant rccor Church or Q members and Upland Lodge had festivities of the season S Cathine of Snn Riding JFILE IN BANKRUPTCY A meeting under the auspices of the Delaware County Taxpayers As sociation will be held atthe Chester Club on the evening of Tuesday Jan uary 10 at 8 oclock To this meet ing all of the members of the Prop erty Owners Division of the Ches ter Rcn1 Estate Board as well as any other interested persons have been invited The meeting will commence Promptly at 8 oclock and wiliTe de voted to an explanation of the pur poses of the association and the pro posed measures to effect actual cash reductions in the amounts which the taxpayers of this city and county shall nave to pay this year As the membership of thc associ lnn nas grown very rapidly since its I meeting two weeks ago the attendance is likely to exceed the pahPraflty tho auditorium of the Chester Club in which case arrange ments to scat the others will be made m the communicating rooms ics of Times in a house here while family was away Thats generallywhen the fire goes out The best way to learn all about women ut to marry one and she will j i i t recorded yesterday was between utu driven by George A Mcssick of bad check Boothwyn and Andrew PouHs Six Ucth and Race streets Philadelphia So many divorces were granted ab Media last year that one would be Jed to believe that that marriage vow reads Until debt docs us part We know a banker who wrote11 a bad poem and nothing i about it But lee a poet Both but From remarks of Charlie Boyle we conclude that some of our plumb SLAYING ing for the area HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Prcs Standard lime FIELD GRASS AFrKE AT JEFFERSON PARK Ways Dr Syntax Gold Ridffc Kicciardo Beton Bill Qr angrc Drastic Celt Social Climber Tudsrc RafFlcr Con Bounder Dorothy Dale Most VVise One LOHR Hop Occurrence Gorgeous Ttso Belle Our Pride B11 Cap Polly EweJI False pielV Toylown Pnlis Buds Choice Oc lavia Christmas Box La Salle Xancy Bavelle Fronk Shasta Lover Sally Irene LeJIa Lee Hamburger Jim Dorothy Hicks Gallop Alonjr Hard Rock Axenhy C Balance All Pachcco rvewKTo Beau Wrack Precede Stronpheart Baritone Cousin Jndy Ayr Weather cloudy track fast i sunset will be at 452 p m Eastern ocnce to indicate a bomb plot H lAt Washington D C Department i of Justice operatives said they were making no inquiry The District firemen were called out cerrSd by al shortly after 5 oclock yestcrdav afternoon to extinguish a m the vicinity of Twentysecond and Hyatt streets The fire in a vacant lot caused no damage and was quickly extinguished The alarm was sent in over the electrical system box 417 VM u t i H JlJUJj several hours after he tookMiss Mc CJoskey for a walk was unable to describe their attackers He refused to reveal the name of the girl who had been with him the park Patrick McCloskcy objected to their 1 n ne bejjcf NOT CERTIFIED HARRISBURG Pa Jan c o e omi cnnsylvanin authorities arc appar cide squad said thinking her parents c I think he is trying to shield Detective Summerscalc of the homi Persian Cat Soon Recovered Another booster of Chester Times classified advertisements is Mrs K P Ray of 1403 Ridley avenue Mrs Ray owns a Persian cat and the other night the pet failed to show up at home Mrs Ray did not despair of securing the ani mals return She inserted a Times ad in the lost and found depart ment and here is what she We were glad to get our pet back The classified advertise ments surely work quickly Thc cat 7vas returned the morning after advertisement appeared t ft R LJJJil 1 cntly waiting for the last minute to certif v do rot know she was with him M boulevard Erookline street Uppcr Darby and 403 Shade v resigned her position about four THEN SHAVKS i OnC T Ui WU i IJi UillU ers tire as fast taking out a license as they ara doing a job A man who claims he boarded a Darby trolley car here found himself KNOWN IN patsburRh Thats better service JIM j than one would expect Any married man who married for oks will agree that he gets era when he arrives home late for dinner Difficulties in learning to read are four times as common in boys as girls says a neurologist Which may account for dads con August Schmidt 58 of Philadeli Qnnor rprr phia shot himself through the riijht 1VU nn T calmly shave When police reached AB SERIOUSLY INJURED in a central Philadelphia store Speakinp of the tragedy this morn Mrs Harrisan wife of her for emplo3rer referred to Miss Mc ey as R lovely fjirl who though ambitious was of a retiring disposi tion on V I JJEAmNG ON and certificate of elecrion in Davis until after the lattcrs trial on lottery charges this month in New York I Official computation of the Novem ber election returns in Pennsylvania I were completed a month ago by the State Election Bureau but to date RAMSEY BOND CASE Another hearing before Judges Fronefield and Broomall with ref erence to the Ram gey bond case wherein James L Rankin Chester tau iJUU LU UavC I Davis reelection has not attorney is seeking to have state itified to Governor Pinchot and no made by various county of i effort has been made to notifv f ncials got underway at Media thfs effort has been made to notify the US Senate MISS DODGE ENGAGED The engagement of Miss Jane Dodge daughter of Director of Public Safety Kern Dodge and J Allen Barnett Jr of New York will be announced at a dinner tonight in the Dodge home Ingleside German Tit i Wast Chester pike near Park avenue Melbourne Her was removed to the Delaware County Hospital The cab was driven by Lsadore Grccnburp of Sixth street near Poplar Philadel phia Kinsler was pushing a small cart m which he had been gathering newspapers got underway at Media this Philadelphia TJ S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Treasury balance ex customs receipts Jan of Jan 5 S5 morning but up to the noon hour no testimony had been recorded the time being devoted to arguments be tween Mr Rankin and Solicitor WJI 5 liams SCHOOL DISTRICT AIDED WATCHMAN ACCUSED PLEASANTVILLETN Jr Jan G 24 a night watcjiman was held without toSW f S Ring Around Moon What Does It Mean A ring around the moon prob ably caused by frozen mist in the upper atmosphere attracted the gaze of many persons last night and revived a lively controversy on its portent Some lieve that it means cold weather coming said Dr Albert Harris Wilson Haverford College astrono mer Astronomically it has no significance since it undoubtedly is due to atmospheric conditions I should say it was caused by ice particles sistenD failure to read whats mothers mind A mnn may be tellingthe truth when he boasts that he runs at the house Consider the electfie washer vacuum cleaner electric iroa and other things Weather Pennsyl vania Generally fair and colder to night and Sunday with probably snovr in extreme north and west por tion tonight Western Pennsylvania Generally fair and much colder except probably snow flurries in extreme north por tion tonight moderate cold wave in north portion tonight Sunday fair and colder New Jersey Fair and mucli colder tonight and TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 38 10 a 7 a m 39 11 a m 4G 8 a m 40 Noon 48 0 a m 44 lp   

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