Chester Times, May 25, 1933

Chester Times

May 25, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 25, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE iONT3S ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17602 Daily Leased Wlxe Reports of United Press DP and News Service INS CHESTER PA THURSDAY MAY 25 1933 TWENTY PAGES TNEYMORGAN ALL Y UP FOR QUIZ ON STOCK ISSUES Partner Resumes Testimony Before Senate In vestigation Group as Chief Is Temporarily His House Has Offered Six Billions in Securities to Public Since Cites Enormous Losses McAdoo Former U Treasury Head Tells Probers of His Clashes Over Right to Examine One of Preferred Re sign Says Senator Borah WASHINGTON May financial house of J Pierpont Morgan has offered to the public more than six billion dollars in securities since 1919 George Whitney a Morgan partner told the Senate Banking Com mittee today in the course of an acrimonious hearing which developed frequent disputes between opposing counsel The public offerings have been made by Morgan in conjunction with other houses for the most part according to a statement presented by Whitney Of the total offered since 1919 there have been retired to date Whitney said his firm employed no bond salesmen and has never adopted any method of high pressure salesman ship The securities he said were distributed through syndicates or selling groups consisting in the case of large issues of as many as 1100 to 1200 retail and distributing houses Three specific issues were revealed as now in default the bonds of the Florida East Coast Mobile and Ohio aftd Missouri Pacific Railroads Whitney said his firm purchased and still held some of these He said the firms losses in these exceeded all profits from the offerings Raskob On List John J Raskobs acceptance of a Morgan invitation to buy 2000 cut rate shares of Allegheny Corporation today was read in to the record of the Senate investigation showing that the then chairman of the Demo cratic National Committee expressed the hope the future will afford me an opportunity to reciprocate George Whitney Morgan partner said it was he who had suggested that Raskob be let in You hoped they would recipro cate asked Senator Couzens Rcpn Mich No Whitney said You dfdnt hope to receive their deposits and to their underwriting Oh no Whitney replied Pecora asked if J R Nutt treas urer of the Rpublican National Com mittee at the time had been invited to buy Whitney said Nutt had been offered 3000 shares of bargain stock Raskob got 2000 Pecora then added to the list other political figures including Charles D Hilles then chairman of the New York State Republican Committee Raskobs letter was addressed to Dear George It said Thanks for so kindly remembering me The check for enclosed herewith I appreciate deply the many courtesies shown me by you and your partners and I sincerely hope the future will offer me an opportunity to reciprocate It was dated Whitehall Palm Beach Fla Feb 4 1929 four days after the bargainoffer was made Senator William Gibbs McAdoo former Secretary of the Treasury lost by investing in stocks handled by J P Morgan and Co he told the senate banking inquiry to day McAdoo said he purchased stock on three occasions from the Morgan firm at the instance of Russell C Leffing well a partner in the firm McAdoo was listed by Morgan as one of the favored customers that bought Allegheny stock from the house of Morgan at when it was selling at to a share on the exchange The stock later hit a peak of and McAdoo got 500 shares at I bought the stock as an invest ment McAdoo earlier told Interna tional News Service I dont see that any explanation is necessary I got 500 shares and paid for it McAdoo took a seat at the head of the committee table and spoke earnestly to Senator Couzens fR of Michigan who forced publicity of Morgans sensational client list over the objections of Senator Carter Glass D of Virginia Ferdinand Pecora committee coun sel Intimated the hearings would be recessed this evening until next week INCOME TAX RISE RAPPED Nation Begins to Speak in Protest Sales Levies May Take Its Place WASHINGTON May The sensational disclosures that J P Morgan and his nineteen multi millionaire partners paid not a cent in Federal income taxes in 1931 and 1932 and that they paid only over a threeyear period embracing 193032 have all but wrecked the pending tax bill in this Congress To say that Congress is shocked puts it mildly The little coterie of Democratic leaders mostly repre senting rural constituencies who killed the sales tax a year ago and who turned it down again in the pending bill are floundering today They are wondering how they are going to increase the already high rates in the intermediate brackets as they intended to do in the face of the Morgan disclosures and in the face of a Republican opposition which for the first time in the Sev entythird Congress seems organized and determined Moreover the country has begun to speak Members of Congress have been showered with telegraphic and mail protests against increased in come tax levies since the rulers of Wall Street admitted in the Senates banking investigation their escape of all Federal income taxes at a time when the little groaning under the highest impost in peace time history The Morgan disclosures coming on top the even more sensational case of Charles E Mitchell who also paid no income tax has given an im petus to the movement for a general manufacturers excise tax such as Congress has not witnessed LONDON May Best actress wife of the actor Her bert Marshall gave birth today to a daughter She is the mother of twin boys by her first husband Sevmour Beard PRICE TWO CENTS Continued on Page Eighteen HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY B United Press AT WASHINGTON PARK Landolt Home Rale Serving Lad Wild Kitty Printemps Shoot On Predict Riff Rtmnin Water Essare Happy Fellow Suffolk Tamerlane His Last F Weather clear track fast AT BOWIE Sands Jubal Liberty Oak Honey Sweet Dress Circle S win lane Scotch Pepper Banners Flying Lad Replevin My Fergus March Step Single Battling i Little Wins i Fair Sun AHanah Rush Crasher Arab Chloctlair Lass Weather clear heavy BUSI SCHWAB ASSERTS Tells Steel Institute Indus try Definitely Is on the Upgrade NEWYORK steel industry and American business in general are definitely on the up grade Charles M Schwab chairman of Steel Corporation said today in a speech prepared for de livery to the American Iron and Steel Institute forced by indisposition to quit speaking when half way through his address and Eugene Grace president of Bethlehem finished reading Schwabs speech x bLUer about our situation today than I nave for many months The improvement which has come about has given us all new hope Schwab chairman of the institute said He warned however that a sharp increase in the volume of business must be the real cure of the depres sion The backbone of this depression MONEY TALKS Here is a striking study of J P Morgan titan of finance as he studied a memorandum before answering a question for the Senate Committee iri vestigatine the practices of the most colossal private bankingstructure in history Standing behind him are Senator Millard E Tydinss mem ber of the committee and John W Davis former Mor gans attorney Body Quickly Recovered But Efforts at Resusci tation Prove Futile BOY IS DROWNED CROZER SEMINARY HEAD INJURED Dr M G Evatis Suffered Broken Vertebrae in Auto Crash in Virginia Dr Milton G Evans president of biewski of 508 Sast Tenth street lost j Crozcr Theological Seminary will re his life by drowning shortly before j turn to his home on the Seminary Tenyearold Francis B Golero the storm early last evening while he was swimming in Ridley riyerin the vicinity of the Ninth street bridge connecting this city and Ed1 dystone A highly excited youth of about campus today from the J Lewis prozer Hospital where he has been a patient for the past 10days re ceiving treatment for a broken verte brae an injury suffered in a motor the same age as the drowned boy I accident while the theologian was on who was a witness fled from the scene after summoning Daniel Lar suk of 102R Eddystone avenue Ed dystone who happened to be cross ing the bridge at the time of the drowning Identity of the boy who spread the alarm has not been es tablished by the police of this city or Eddystone Larsuk effected the recovery of the body of the victim with the use of a skiff which had been moored at a nearby dock being assisted by Anth ony Martin of East Eighth street who had heard the cries of the youth who sought Larsuk Only a short time eJapsed before the two men re covered the body of the Golembiew It was placed in anam bulance and rushed to the Chester Hospital where physicians and nurses worked steadily for some time before abandoning their efforts at resuscita tion From the hospital the body was re moved to the morgue of Deputy Cor oner G E White at Third and Nor Continued on Last Page DIPLOMAS FOR GLEN MILLS SCHOOL BOYS Unusual commencement exercises will be held today when twentytwo boys committed by courts on charges of delinquency to Glen Mills School for boys will be awarded diplomas for work at trades The class is the fourth to receive awards since institution of the policy of substituting educational and in dustrial courses for the usual reform atory curriculum made possible years ago by construction of a comi a trip in the southern states visiting a number of churches and other religious institutions of the Baptist Following the accident which oc curred in Virginia Dr Evans re turned home by rail He felt some ill effects from theacciderifc but was un aware of the serious of his injuries Upon returning home he continued his duties at the Seminary for several days before he went to the neighboring hospital for amination which revealed that he had been suffering from a broken vertebrae He was immediately placed in aJ cast Although not completely well Dr Evans will be much improved when he leaves the hospital today He will remain under the care of his physi cian until the i vertebrae has knitted together again Dr Evans has been eager to end his stay in the hos pital so that he may be in closer contact with the Seminary which will soon enter upon the busiest season of the year that of the closing exercises of the class of 1933 and the activities of the Alumni who annually feturn at commencement season Dr Evans is on the commencement program to give the anniversary address on the morning of June 4 at 1030 oclock in the Upland Baptist Church and it is believed that with continued im provement in his condition he will be able to occupy the pulpit and give the address on the opening day of the commencement season BOND GOLD CLAUSE VOIDED BY COURT NEW YORK May gold clause in bonds issued by the LOCALMERCHANTS VISCOSE City and County Retailers Urge General Opposition OIL CONCERNS FILE PROTESTS Inspect Rayon Plant Then Have Lunch A group of merchants from this city and Delaware county were guests yesterday at the pltxnt of the Viscose Company at Marcus Hook The mer to Proposed Added Tax on Gasoline MRS JELKE KICKS BACK Nearly one thousand telegrams and letters have been sent to Congres sional delegates of this and neighbor ins states since the receipt of a tele ehfints invited men and women were gnun by William D Mason of the those who were mostly interested in un Oil Company Tuesday setting rayon yarns such as the represents fact tnl5 the House Ways f nilo IVi oti n Ai i tives of furniture haberdashery apparel and department womens stores The guests arrived at the plaint at 1130 a in nnd were ushered through ui groups of twelve to fifteen three or more such groups visiting every and Moans Committee had endorsed an additional cent tax on gasoline and urging an immediate nnd con certed protestation against such an increase Officials of the oil industry in this locality immediately met and took department of the plant After the fteps aid in halting the proposed inspection of the manufacture of esisA on ancl as a result of the rayon the party was served a splen did luncheon in the cafeteria Immediately following the lunch eon a motion picture was exhibited of the process of making rayon which the spectatorshad viewed in person and there was also included talk on Crown Tested Rayon which the Viscose Company has been stressing for the last live years J Arthur Hayes superintendent of the plant acted as host for the com pany and after luncheon in a brief talk stated that many of the employes of the Viscose Company which run In numbers from 3500 to 4000 people have often stated to the management that they would like to know where in Chester or Delaware county they could buy the finished material or wearing apparel made of the rayon yarn they actually are engaged in meeting employes of the industry and hundreds of motorcar and truck t owners dispatched of protest I manufacturing This problem it developed later has been solved in the otherplants oi the Viscose Company by conduct ing an exhibit in the stores of the home towns of their various plants a display of merchandise made from rayon yarns manufactured by the Viscose Company Viscose Rayon Week win be held some time next month in Ronnoke Va Parkersburg W Vn Lewistown on Page Eighteen BY CITY COUNCIL An ordinance granting permission to the city highway department to install a sewer on Concord road be tween Central avenue and Tilghman street was passed on first reading at a special session of council yesterday The sewer is being installed prepara tory to the paving of that section of Concord road between Central ave nue and Butler street which will be known as Washington boulevard Ordinance No sion to the Southern Pennsylvania Traction Co to remove the trackage from Providence avenue between Fifteenth and Twentyfourth streets was passed on second and final read ing An amendment to the local pure food license law granting health au thorities permission to impose a fee of 25 cents for pure food license tags was also passed Mayor William Ward Jr who pre sided received a set of recommenda tions pertaining to the parking laws from Police Superintendent James H Deavenporfc which he has under con sideration TALBOT IN GROUP TO AID RELIEF WORK HARRISBURG May The State Emergency Relief Board today ordered an investigation of charges that relief agencies in various sections were punishing labor strik Continued on Page Thirteen plete industrial training school Many of the boys who would have been paroled from the institution pe titioned judges of various counties from which they were committed for permission to remain at the place un til completion of their courses NEW POSTMASTERS IN COUNTY NAMED Edgar S Thompson of Upper Darby has been appointed acting postmaster of that place by Post master General Farley acting on the recommendation of Delaware County Democratic Committee it was announced today by the Postofflce Department Upper Darby is a firstclass office and pays a yearly salary of S3800 less the governmental cut which all federal employes have taken amount ing to 15 per cent Charles Bonner of Glen Riddle has been appointed acting postmaster of that place by Postmaster General Parley Glen Riddle is a thirdclass office and pays a yearly salary of minus the 15 per cent cut MORE FINES IMPOSED UPON DOG OWNERS j Libby Hotel Corporation was voided by Supreme Court Justice Phoenfx Ingraham in ruling that the trustee could receive payment of a condem nation award in currency and pay bondholders with the money Justice Ingrahams was believed to be the first decision voiding the gold clause of bonds since the United States went off the gold standard XT S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Treasury balance May as of May 23 One report them aid came from Fayett county on the complaint of Samuel A SeehofTer representative of the Building Trades Council of Union town He informed the board that county relief agencies had refused to aid men who were on strike in a coal mine dispute there The board had received similar re ports from other counties most of them in the western part of the state Creation of a personnel committee including Lt Gov Edward C Shan non and State Treasurer Charles Waters and of an allocations com mittee consisting of Speaker Grovcr C Talbot and Auditor General Frank Baldwin announced in a to subdivide the work of the State Board of which Governor Pinchot Ls the chairman and fifth member to the representatives of their dis tricts The oil industry Mr Mason slated Is in favor of a general sales tnx bufc is not iu Accord with a sep nrate gasoline tax by the Federal government As it now stands every state in the union has Inflicted tax on gasoline sold in the Individual state Continued on Last PitRc WAR HAVE A REUNION A happy reunion between Louis Rolls American League bnsebaH umpire nnd Plumbing Inspector Charles Boyle war is be ing planned following publication of an article in n Philadelphia daily and written by Bill Dooly Dooly received a request from Kolls to assist him find his xvartimc Boyle who formerly lived in Identiflcti as the terrible bnsc singer of the outflfss quartet and said he would like to meet him when he gets a Philadelphia assignment The article caught Boyles eye yesterday and he immediately wrote to Dooly giving him his name and address He also advised the sports writer to warn Kolls that jf he pulls any bad decisions while umpir ing in Shibe Park lie the war is oru AUTOIST REFUSES TO PRESS CHARGES Clarence Kelson Negro of Fifth and Olive streets Media was taken into custody at a gas service station on Baltimore avenue about 3 oclock this morning by Officer Schultz Yesterday afternoon Kelson it Is said took the automobile of Solomon Knopf of 400 North Olive to do some repair work on the car He disappeared and his nrrcsfc terminated a search of more than four hours The car was returned to Knopf who refused to press charges against Kel son The Media police were not so lenient and had him placed In the Media jail pending a hearing before a magistrate The charges preferred against Kelson are driving without permission of the owner and driving without a license THUNDER SHOWERS PREDICTED FOR AREA Thundershowers are predicted again today In Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 84 degrees afc 330 p m and the lowest was 62 at 525 p m The average of 73 was seven degrees above normal for the date and six degrees above the average May 24 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 83 established In 1904 and minimum 45 in 1931 Sunrise today was at 538 a m and sunset xvill be at 8IS p m eastern daylight saving time RKPORTS HUSBAND MISSING Mrs Mabel Buffington 015 Crosby street today reported to police that her husband John has becfn missing since April 14 At the time he left he said he was goingto seek employ ment and nothinghas been seen or heard of him since and Ihrtt ho tried to kick my teeth out I told him to please he reasonable because jny father had spent thousands of dollars to have my teeth Jived Ueie JA Mrs Woodward Jclkc on the witness stand at Newport R I as she charged ciucltics to her husband F Fnincr Jclke millionaire broker in their sensational divorce trial HUNTER SLAYER PROVES ELUSIVE Identity of Man Who Slew Chester Township Farmer a Mystery Although seven weeks have elapsed since he fatally stabbed the brutal murder of Aaion Hunter 65 Chester township farmei re mains as great a mystery today as it did at the time it occurred Suspect after suspect has been ar rested and many long weary journeys have been made by county detectives running down clues which eventually prove Mr Plunter wellknown throiiRh out the county was stabbed on Apul 5 when he and his son Ernest 18 attempted to drive two Italians from the Hunter farm The intruders were picking dandelions and when the elder Hunter ordered them off one of them a short heavy set man about 40 years old plunged a knife into Hunters chest The wounded man was taken to the Chester Hospital where he died on April 10 Immediately af ter the slabbing fliers containing descriptions of the men were sent out by the state police and county detectives and a thorough investigation started More than a score of men most of them Italians were arrested and questioned bub all of them were re Bufflngton is 42 years old 5 feet 5 when the son Erriest the only inches in height und weighs about I eyewitness to the killing failed to 134 pounds He has black hair When he vanished he was wearing a gray TRAIN KILLS AUTOIST overcoat over light cap a blue sxiitc and a Hugh IMcMaster 32 Philadelphia was killed today when his automobile was struck by an electric train on the i Norristown branch of the Reading i Company McMaster seeing the gates open and failing to notice the flagman on duty drove his car on the tracks in front of the speeding train BUYS CHADDS FORD HOME Robert D Mclver of Wayne has purchased a house of 12 rooms and 3 baths with tenant house barn and MEMOftlALDAY Veterans Organizations Represented at Meeting Held Last Night Veterans of three wars met in the Chief County Detective O N Smith assigned Rae M Kaplan and Charles T Smith two of his assitants 10 the case and they have been work NEARHURRICANE CAUSES DAMAGE IN THIS SECTION Much Property Loss Re ported 4 Persons Killed Scores Injured Heavy Rainfall and Hail Accompanied by Winds of Record Velocity Property damage estimated at thousands of dollars was being re ported today from all sections of the which was swept by a storm of tornado like proportions last eve ning While no deaths were reported in this county as the rcsut of the storm four persons were killed in Eastern Pennsylvania and scores were Injured in the area by lightning and falling debris Hundreds of trees were uprooted by the high winds which at times reached a velocity of 82 miles an hour the highest ever recorded in this area Streets were converted into rivers hundreds of automobiles were marooned along the highways cellars were flooded and not a few homes were drenched as sheets of water were blown through open windows as hundreds were away when the storm broke Two deaths were reported in Phila delphia a man being killed when the bandstand at Lemon Hill Park collapsed and a woman was struck by lightning while sweeping a pool of water from her doorstep The other two victims in the area were killed one at Camdcn N J and the other at Pottslown Pa The storm was heralded by dark lowhanging clouds that caused lights to be switched on at 5 oclock Ab that time many housewives were in neighborhood grocery stores shopping nnd were unable to reach their homes until the storm abated an hour later Loud thunder peals and sharp flashes of lightning converted the countryside Into a replica of the western fronjt while a banage was facing laid during the war days Children ran screaming indoors as the torrential rain started Shortly after the storm broke scores of telephones were put out of commission temporarily trolley serv ice was virtually halted as srtcets were converted into raging torrents find in many sections electric service wius disrupted when lightning struck transformers Both the Philadelphia Electric Companyand the Bell Tele phone Company quickly had emer gency crews repairing the damage The PhiladelphiaElectric Com pany bore the brunt of an unpleasant hour thousands of homes being plunged into darkness and elevators Continued on Papc Eighteen MAY MARKET READY TO GREET THRONGS The weatherman agreeable the Chester Hospital May Market today will attract large crowds This morn ing all the booths were in place with their decorationsand various articles for disposal and other features of en tertainment were in final form The Marionette shows at 4 and 7 p m will be one of the chief attrac tions likewise the booth of the Ches ter Radio Club which will demon strate the latest methods of com munication and also wilt provide a real treat is sending free messages by radio to any part of the world for May Market patrons The program got underway this morning and will continue throughout the afternoon and evening until the final event of the award of prizes which includes an automobile and various other costly and attractive articles Topics of Times 537350311996 expenditures 56820 46613 customs receipts 51586044395 sale at 525000 garage on a tract of 53 acres near I T Ui inree wars met in the sunered irom the storm In the out Chadds Ford from Mrs Robert W of Sergeant Alfred I lying districts many trees were blown Property held for ELECTRICITY KILLS FARIVIER NORRISTOWN Rothenberger 39vear old Worcester farmer was killed when he touched an electric wire in the basemenut of his home during the rain storm that swept this area last night His arm came in contact with the conduit tdr MaStetrte Whitney Follows Morgan Post No 190 American Legion 227 West Seventh street last evening and outlined a program for WASHINGTON May INS It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man these days to escape the probe of a Congress committee But the Olympian Morgan escaped today from the Senate Banking Committee in quisition at least temporarily Fer dinand Pecora son of a Sicilian im migrant relentlessly harried the great n plaint of Joseph R Springer agent f of the State Department of Agrictil j ture who is checking up on dogs without 1933 license tags The latest victims of the dog roundup are Mark Wilcox Frank Simcox Cath erine Wilcoxand Frank Rein the grand duke of the princi of Morgan to the nobles of the coml court to hLs effort to establishan oligarchy of the money power or an octopus which reached out its ten acles into financeinto business and even into governmenttoestablish and lying districts Organizations represented at the meeting were theGrand Army of the Republic Spanish War Vet crans Veterans of Foreign Wars r Disabled American Veterans Ameri can Legion Polish Legion of Ameri his cash box tne persistent Pecora can Veterans and Companies B and liV I x 1 next Tuesday Memorial Day to the service early last evening and honor the soldier and sailor dead in worked throughout the entire night the cemeteries in this city and out and still out trying to restore i Nearly everyone agreed with the Roosevelt inflation plan until they started to inflate the income tax Another dispatch from Hollywood says 900 actors there havent done any acting for years They must bo the fellows we see in the pictures The Crime Prevention Associa tion of Philadelphia recommends cemeteries as playgrounds for chil dren And we always looked fonvaxrl to such places where one could get rest undisturbed Oratory at S5S a paie cost the tax payers for a recent issue ol the Congressional Record Now will those who have accused congressmen of being dumb please apologize The man with a brand new car must be patient Maybe by the time he getsthe third scratch on it his wife will let him take it for a fishing trip Four Powers Agree on Ten years Why not extend it to 100 years and then celebrate a real Century of Progress Ohio law requires all persons served with beer must be seated but cus i tomers seem to be willing to stand able man was put to work restoring for it Telephones Lights Hard Hit by Storm According to a report issued this morning by WS James manager of the Bell Telephone Companys branch in this city services of between 1000 and 1100 subscribers in the city and the southern sections of the county suffered from the storm In the out down taking poles and wires in their descent Mr James said every avail extracted very little C lllth Infantry P N G The imperial vagueness of the over Delegations of these organizations man of Wall j will meet in the morning at 9 oclock entirely sincere lack of knowledge about a hundred details so painfully and heatedly sought by the persist ing unruffled composure and invincible all too much for the inquisitor vfho had to contend not only against Morgan and Morgans multitude of counsellors but against some of the senatorial members of the committee who were obviously averse to seeing the great man badgered The truth is that J P Morgans personality whatever his mistakes may have been or whatever the ac maintain its power From Mr Mor cusations against him and his house gan who returns now to New York togaae intothebeautifuleyes attired in marching equipment at the headquarters of the Grand Army of the Republic the Dcsnong Man sion Tenth street and Edgmont ave nue and will go to the Upland Esp tist cemetery where military services will be held at the graves of departed members of the Grand Army of the Republic The marchers will be accompanied by a firing squad from Company C lllth Infantry P N G who will conclude the ceremonies by firing a volley over the graves of veterans They will then proceed to the Chester Rural cemetery and conduct cere Continued on Page There was no crying over spilt milk in the recent Wisconsin milk strike the service in the area All other j except when sheriffs deputies threw work has been held in abeyance uni the tear gas Lil the service is restored to all the companys subscribers in the entire Well it certainly seems from tha testimony that Banker Charles E Mitchell is one ofthose fellows who owes a lot to his wife affected area The northern section of the county Including Lansdowne Upper Darby Darby Sharon Hill Glenolden Nor wood and other Chester pike towns suffered from the storm About 900 telephones were temporarily put out of commission Forces of men have been working all night and are still working to repair the damage to the pcles and wires in order that sub scribers can have their service re stored The Philadelphia Electric Company also reported done in the upper section as well as the lower section of the county This city suf fered less from the storm At the of fice of the company in this city it was said that comparatively lewcom plaints had been received as to lights being out in homes Workmen also worked all night to Testore service to all affected subscribers in all sections ofthe county The WASHINGTON JVIay UP The weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jer sey Generally fair tonight and Fri day not much change in tempera ture Western Pennsylvania Fair cooler Lake Eric tonjght Friday in creasing cloudiness Showers Friday TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 62 11 a m 72 7 a m 62 Noon 73 8 a m 64 1 p m 74 9 a m 66 3 p m 10 a in Z2Li j ;