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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 5, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 11 1932 FINAL EDITION With All and Best News of the Day 57TH 17636 Dally Leissd Wire Rrports of United Press UP nd News Service INS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JULY 5 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS LONDON PARLEY NEAR COLLAPSE USMAY SAVE IT t Statesmen Debate Whether to Continue or Let It Have Peaceful Death CLOSEUPS OF ITALIAN AIR FLEET FLYING TO U S Americans Meet Get New Orders From Roosevelt Clarifying Views LONDON Jyly Roosevelts suggestions on how the World Economic Conference might continue its work were regarded as decidedly unsatisfactory today hy members of the Steering Committee of the conference The Presidents suggestions before being made public were conveyed to members of the conference individ ually and informally They later advised Secretary of State Cordell Hull that unless the President had something more to of fer they felt the best solution was adjournment of the conference with the exception of a few economic sub committees Secretary of State Cordell Hull talked by transatlantic telephone for 20 minutes with President Roosevelt at about 5 p m today London time after a twohour meeting of the United States delegation The conference thus was again in danger of adjournment despite the strenuous efforts of the United IHaes backed by the British Dominions to prevent it Hull was understood to have con veyed to President Roosevelt the ad verse reactions of theSteering Com mittee members and was reported even to have urged the President to make some concessions to the gold standard nations if he desired to pre vent adjournment Theresult of the mornings devel opments was that although the United States delegation officially still op poses adjournment the majority in dividually feels there is not much point in continuing Bitterness against Mr Roosevcit among delegates of other nations has increased instead of abated Wide spread objections were voiced against what they called his efforts to be dic tator of the conference While the text of the new cable was withheld for the mean time it was understood he strongiy supported the views he expressed m his bombshell statement of Monday when he called the conference sharply to task for neglecting the broad aims of the conference to concentate on stabilization measures that can bene fit only a few European countries still on the gold standard Indications were ihat the President had no intention whatever of retreat ing despite the fact numerous Euro pean statesmen and newspapers charged that his statement has wrecked the conference De facto stabilization remains defi nitely out of the picture to far as thc 170 ARE DEAD IN 4THS ACCIDENTS THROUGHNATION Fireworks Explosions Traffic Crashes Drown in ITS Contribute to Toll GIVES SCOTS THRILL Michigan Gives 25 Deaths in Automobile Mishap Many Injured CHICAGO July 5 The na tions Independence Day celebration cost the lives of at least 170 persons a survry by United Press revealed today TrnlTic accidents plane crashes and fireworks explosions con tributed ihc majority of deaths Com bined with casualties Indirectly re sulting from holiday celebrations they caused no death the survey showed With fair weather over most of the country automobile and crossing mis haps took the1 heaviest toll In Mich igan alone 23 persons died in auto mobile accidents Sixteen died in California tron the same cause and seven in Kansas Now York ltd Ihe number of In juries resulting from fireworks ex plosions Physicians and hospitals there treated at least 1000 victims foi burns Only a lew were serious More than 100 fireworks accident1 were reported in the Chicago area EDERAL JURY RESUMES COUNTY PROBETOMORROW Prosecutor Says Men In dicted Who Did not Post Bond Face Arrest 100 New Witnesses Called Additional Promised Indictments SAFE AND SANE FOURTH OF JULY OBSERVED HERE No Fatalities Reported in County Some Careless Celebrators Injured Dudlry of Ihe Cnnrorri Cluh this New pictures from the KometnChiraKo anmitla sliow how vne planes areMym in csnl lions ofthree a eloseup of the flagship of General Halo Italho the commander and Gfnrral Fillo nn the brirtjje directing the course VINES AGAIN BEATS COCHET Yankee Drops Only One Set to Frenchman Wimbledon at WIMBLEDON Kng July Vines of California de fending champion reached the final round of the classic Wimbledon tennis tournament today with a 62 86 36 61 victory over Heiri Cochet of France Vines will meet Jack Crawford Aus tralian ace for the championship Crawford defeated Jiro Satoh of Japan 63 64 26 64 in the other semifinal f Lured by the prospect of a battle Independence Day Coldest In 62 Years A new low record temperature tor the Fourth of July was estab lished yisterdny It was the coldest Fourth In the 62 years for which the Weather Bureau for this area has records The low mark of the day was 57 degrees at 5 a m The previous low for the date was set in 1927 with 59 The highest temperature of the day came at 330 p m whcn the mercury managed to crawl to 79 That was 21 degrees below the record high for the date which Is 100 degrees The average tem perature yesterday was 63 degrees against a normal ol 75 LIFE OF YOUNG WOMAN PERILED Ninetysix were burned in southern county shot an amazing 31 for nine New Jersev and 46 in eastern Penn In I1 rsl round lolay for Ihr Brltlah oiwn lltk He finished with 70 DUDLEY OUT IN 31 IN BRITISH OPEN County Pro Comes Home in 70 Tying1 for Second Hagcn Shoots 68 sylvanla three lataily A large num ber of injuries also was reported from Milwaukee In Southern California four memi bers of one family were killed In a railroad crossing crash At Seattle Wash a girl fell to her death from a third story window while trying to get a bolter view of n holiday parade The most spectacular accident was al Worlds Fair here Climaxing a holiday fireworks program Joseph Wilson Hollywood leaped from an airplane in a parachute stunt Two chutes he wns carrying failed to open and he plunged to his death In Lake Michigan while more than 50000 snectators watched In Pennsylvania Ihe number of I deaths for the weekend I period was 42 More ST ANDREWS Scotland July Dudley of Concoidvlllr Vioilriav i Delaware Co Pa topped off an orgy I nf Irmj tifnil Hi Ititr n vt n litinet Parade Under Auspices of West End Business Men Proves Feature Event Scores of Big Shots Narrowly Missed Indictment by U S More than a score of prominent Delaware county residents several of whom hold high public ofilcc narrowly sccapcd being Indicted with Stale Senator John J Mc Clurc Republican lender and OS other persons in a liquor conspir acy It was revealed today by diet A Kcyes special United States at torney general ns he prepared to resume the Grand Jury probe in Philadelphia Future sessions of the Grand Jury which will resume tomorrow may or may not produce sufficient evidence for the Indictment of ccr lain others In the Delaware county scandal Keycs said but there were a number of people in Dela ware county mentioned several times at the other hearings Uul we fell there was not suffi cient evidence to justify their In dictment at this time We will go ns deep its wo can Into the situa tion before the Investigation comes to mi end am we may find evi dence needed for their Indictment but whether we will or not we can not sny now Keyrs revealed that If he ant Ills staff were to undertake to In vestigate lips as to other law violations being received In anony mous letters nnd telephone calls the task would require several years f MiddlOagcd Man Fined for iSs reported 11 deaths four of TIuilimr Tnrnpfln Thatlncm bv drowning New York had milling lOlpUlO IHdl he BrMtcst mlmbcr of 31 to the turn todny the five Caused Injury M lcRst six pcisons cllecl n pRnc crashes In Indiana a man was Torpedoes thrown promiscuously by kincci whcn lllc hls R0n WRS j a 5Gyearold playboy almost resulted piloting plunged to earth j fatally for a woman pedestrian nt Third street and Edgmont avenue last night The victim Edith Mines 213 East j Fifth street narrowly escaped losing the sight of herleft eye when she was YACHT REPAIRED AT THE SUN YARD A Alwalcr Kent JrV nillllan Chcstcr City and Delaware county as a whole yesterday commemorated Independence Day In a safe and manner While Mrcworks boomed from Mon day night until last midnight thera were no fatalities reported How ever this county had Its share of casualties as the result of careless handling of explosives nearby hos pitals in the county treating Its quota of victims The exodus to seashore and moun tain which began Saturday was tha largest In years this city being practically deserted yesterday Dur ing the day traffic through this city was negligible and far below that of any normal wcclr day Community celebrations baseball games swimming parties and picnics were the chief attractions for thoso who remained at home The local annual event was conducted under the auspices of the West End Busi ness Mens Association and was a colorful affair Practically every borough along lha Chester pike and in towns in the eastern section of the county had their own parades flag ceremonies and athletic events Railroads bus lines steamboat companies trolleys and other units of transorlation said the volume of business done over Ihe holiday ex ceeded all expectations Special ex cursions were conducted on Saturday Sunday and Monday to various rec reation points Yesterdays weather was ideal The sun shone from a clear sky Lha greater part of the day and the temperature was tempered by slight United States is concerned But well between these two recognized masters informed circles pointed out that the experts committee would consider eventual stabilization to which Presi dent Roosevelt has assented Thus after six months when Amer icas domestic program has advanced sufficiently it may be possible for ths conference to reconvene in the light of changed conditions WASHINGTON July President Roosevelt has directed the j of the game the greatest crowd in Wimbledons history was in the stands The center gates were locked and a police guard placed by them at two p m Vines victory marked his third suc cessive win over Cochet within a year and was taken by many experts to mean that the United States was cer tain to lift the Davis cupfrom France late in the month The match was played in a tense NEW INDUSTRY IN SECOND WARD struck on the left temple by a large torpedo which exploded Inflicted a deep gash In her head and rendered her senseless Two stitches were nv m taken in Ihe wound at the Chester dollar steam yacht Whileaway which grounded on a steel Jetty two miles south of New Castle Del on Tues day June 20 badly damaging the s In the port and starboard bow leave drydock at the Sun shlp I Hospital where she was removed v i nun snp i nniirV tnls afternoon and clear here Philadelphia Firm to Oper ate Esrcy Mill at 14th and Crosbv Streets i police Arthur A GufTy fifi a sailor aboard an oil tanker in port was arrested He was arraigned on disorderly con duct charges in police court today and fined S5 and costs plus being made pay the hospital bill and the American delegates to the World atmosphere Both men repeatedly Economic Conference in London to j appealed to the umpire to ask the throw every ounce of strength behind a move to keep the parley soing crowd to remain silent Cochet seemed particularly affected by the price of the womans dress which was ruined whcn the exploding pow der seared it tomorrow it wns made known today Al Ihc time of Ihc accident the yachts owner was aboard with a parly of friends The latter were taken ashore and conveyed to New Castle by automobile Kent remained aboard until the 150foot cralt wns towed to the shipyard here for re pairs Mrs Elliott Roosevelt the former first round of the British Open Golf Championship to be five under par and give himselfn rare chance to lop Walter Ha gens leading 68 for Ihe full round Dudleys halfround Included two eagles al the fifth and seventh and birdies al the Ihird and ninth tfc finished with a 70 tying second place with Cyril Tollcy Dudleys round of 70 was a combi nation of speclaclar and IndllTcrcnt play The first eagle camr on the 530yard fifth where agrcntSppon second left which he ron down He holed a 130 yard pitch over a bunker foran eagle two on the seventh s His troubles coming home He was In a bunker on the tenth but drove to the edge of the green on the 314yard twelfth where he had a birdie three He missed a sixfoot putt on the fourteenth and took four putts from CO feet on the fifteenth His card Dudley oui 4531312S331 both of whom and in The march of returning prosperity is continuing in evidence in ihis city and the many reports of resumption of activity in the local textile trades J costs each wore more in evidence than ever to Harvey Gibson JO West Third j shipper is Cap California were likewise fined and of Mr Kent whcn the craft ran on the jetty and xvas stranded for five days wns announcement was I street who witnessed the incident He has not yielded an inch in his I murmurings and shouts of the stands stand aeainst a currency stabilization that were filled to every available lcsuficd thai prior to Ihe striking of inch of standing room i y Albert R Granger president of j Mjss nines the trio had been throw Vines was the same devastating the Delaware County Chamber of j jrg torpedoes at passing automobiles tsin Cushman Continued nn bast INDUSTRIES SHOW BIG IMPROVEMENT Industrial aclivity continues on the mend in this area It was reported unofficially today that the Congoleum Company plant at Linwood would approximate a production record of 6000000 yards of material for the month of June a record of high in terest in boom times The Harbison plajer who swept Cochet aside in straight sets in the American na tionals at Forest Hills last year His first service ball hamered across the first service ball hammered across the Continued nn Last WILL BE GUESTS OF CONNIE MACK Commerce of the operation by a nrw and pedestrians Gibson was atop a concern ol one of the local mills that has been idle lor many years The plant to be reopened is the old Esrey mill located at Fourteenth and Crosby streets and will be oper ated by the firm of Banks nnd Brear ley formerly of Philadelphia roof watching the men and after Miss Hincs wns injured he descended to the street and arrested GufTy whose alibi was that he had been cncnce Magistrate LD SOLD AT AUCTION Dudley In 70 Walter Hagcn fast becoming the grand old man over here made a spread of his field In the first round the debonair American shooting a great 63 Four times British Cham pion already he laid the foundation for another title by going to the turn today in a remarkable 32 and then Having enjoyed n holiday since last Thursday whcn It returned Indict ments against 96 residents of this county Including State Senator John J McClurc the Federal Grand Jury in Philadelphia will resume tomorrow its probing Into lha alleged alliance between politicians political Job hold ers and a rum ring which Is said to have openly violated the national prohibition laws In this county Chct A Kcycs special deputy United Stales Attorney General who is prosecuting the case declared this morning that unless 34 defendants who have not already posted bond make their appearance today the bench warrants will be served and those named brought In under nrrest With the reconvening of the Inquisi torial panel tomorrow nearly 100 ad ditional witnesses who have been subpenncd will be called to tell what they know about the inner workings of the polillcograft combine Many of those who testified before the first presentment was made will also be recalled to testify New figures high In the political life at the county are said to be en meshed In the web of evidence to be presented tomorrow many widely known politicians In Upper Darby township Havcrford township and other communities having already been mentioned The type of dcfendnnls already In rilclcd run the gamut of the coun Cnnllnucd on Last CLOUDY SKIES PREDICTED TODAY Mostly cloudy skies are predicted today but it will be fair and some what warmer tomorrow in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Debxwara and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terdaywas 79 degrees at p m andthe lowest was 57 at 6 a m a new minimum record for the date Theaverage of 68 was even degrees below 1 for the date and flve degrees below the average July 4 last year Maximum temperature for the date Is 100 established in 1919 The previous minimum was 59 re corded In 1027 Sunrise today was at a m nnd sunset will be at p m Eastern daylight saving time S A YS TWO YOUTHS ATTACKED HIM In Honan remarked A man of your age Four hundred youngsters will be J t iji i tf ff i A visit to the mill this moinin should be ashamed of himself Youre revealed that every effort is beinx 1 old fo1 flhlf tyC f amusement made to have the plant in full operanci vou c fortunate that this young atton as soon as possible The mawoman docs not care to prefer chincry already in place and whlcn charges agalnsl you has been inspected Ilrth UCtZl IIIMJULLUI rtlUl U1JHUIU J5 4 XT practically ready for opcraiioh andVYUMAi Walker Company plant at the foot j ihe special guests of Connie Mack of Welsh street also reports busier at Shibe Park Friday afternoon times than has existed for several I when they will witness the game be1 tle handling ol orders reported to be years The Reading Company has 1o1 twcen the Philadelphia Athletics and on hand cated an engine in the yard of the i the Chicago White Sox The Illc exact date for Ihf beginning company specially for their hauling stcrs will represent the Chester Boys ni operations couki not be furnished A bullet believed to have been shot Club i today as it will be necessary lor a hy a careless fourth celebrant PROFESSOR MARRIES STUOEXT Henry S Barker secretary of the repairmen and cleaners crashcd through the window of the F PJulv Board of A Corbln 23 Negro In romance that had its inception at Columbia University culminated to v day in the marirage of Davison M McBride 36 professor of history at The SaltsGriswold Mills on Quarry streel near Lhc Ballimore fz Ohio Railroad wcre offered for sale at pub lic auction this morning Only one bid wos received that from B W Woodbury of Philadelphia who of fered for the plant The mills were erected in 1920 at a cost of 000 Four stories in height they are of concrete and steel construction The purchaser If the sale Is con firmed by the District Court of the United States Philadelphia will prob finished the backnine in 3B just missing Pat Nolans championship record of yesterday by a stroke Hagens great card follows 4 3 4 S 4 4 3 3 4 4 S 4 4 4 The performance gave lhr Haig a twostroke lend over his field besides staking St Andrews sacred par to a bcotlng by five full strokes In Krcond place nt this juncture were two En glishmen Cyril Tolley former Brit ish champion and Fred Robertson the professional with a pair of 70s Pat Nolan the overnight sensa tion from Ireland kept up his re markable play with while Gene the champion had a 72 to be tied with Archie Compslon big stalwart Britisher and George Dunlap tiny American amaicur The latter was only 33 strokes to the turn tys social and official register from Ihe reputed Republican lender to the humble Negro chauffeur employed by the district attorneys ofTlcc Despite the Indictments returned against several detectives and ipves rigiitors Ihry are still on the Job and I heir Immediate superiors have noth ing to say Kcycs who spent the weekend Warrants may be Issued today for two youths who attacked Steve Blllck 709 Potter street in his horns at 2 a m yesterday The victim told police the youths entered the house with his daughter who Is 17 years old and who he had repeat edly warned against staying out un III all hours of the night and ing Blllck recognized one of his assailants and was advised to swear cd on Last MRS PARKER ACTIVE IN VA POLITICS out warrants for the arrest of attackers MAN FOUND SIAIN niCHWOOD N J July A mans body the head crushed and Ihe abdomen ripped open with a knife was found In woods near hera today by n highway employe Tho victim about 30 was well dressed His pockets were empty except for a rosary Police said he had been dead only a lew hours rlrnfk 7 f r t r T m J L Lt 1 W UI U y l bJKAY iU ably convert the building into a shor Oils morning but blew up on the nlortf ac nt tlm II m A plant as at the present lime Woodbury has a faclory nt Nineteenth and Falrmount avenue back nine Manoa Ilnycr Ccts 72 Dnnsmorc Shine Manon Pa a oi Directors unaries A nume i ruiui um jNcgro in i president and Wiilard G Reese i of tnc Pant interior It was said al ln 300 block Pancoast slrcct ycfitcrj rvisor of the Boys Club are in i tre plant that the force is 10 re day morning embedding Itself in the i CIIKSTKR KOVS MAKE GOOD Chester boys who have joined the charge of arrangements for the day j added to as the preparations advance i ficfhy part of the womans right 1 Citizens Conservation Corps Business men throughout the citv and tnat when the place has been arm good In athletics in the transport the I finally placed in operation on lull are vari playcd his first good round of golf of the tournament today scoring a par 12 He was nut In 3i two below par but slipped coming home in 3J His card included birdies on the second and eighth holes He failed to sink On Monday last the Virginia State Republican Convention was held at Lynchburg and one of the prominent women of the state taking an active part In the proceedings was Mrs Anne Wallace Parker nf Roanoke former resident of this city and a daughter of the late John A Wal lace associate editor and publisher of the Chester Times Mrs Parker recently WHS honored with the appointment of vicechair man of the Republican party In Vir ginia this being one of two rimilar pasts of the organization The othrr vicechairman is Mrs H I Page of Topics of Times The victim was walking from theous camps as well as with the work j an jsfoot putt for an eagle on the The National Committee gree Columbia Now that of July is over thn next blgdate of local interest Is September 13 when the boys are sup posed to go to Phllly An auto factory has stopped mak ing cars and Is now making beer It is presumed the customers will now get more smiles to the gallon Primo Camera new heavyweight mug has difficulty speaking English But Jack Sharkcy found out that ha has little difficulty speaking with s hands HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BT tin MM rren ADOPTED WAY TO CELEBRATE AT ARLINGTON PARK Charles Mails1 131 Saville avenue1 i Rutledge came here yesterday to I celebrate the holiday and he is still here Charles inhaled several worts of Gernnimo Slim ulaw Hern Gamble to have an inward Lea La Sallf Sistrr Mary nark Mist Gaj Prince Broomshot Rollinj Sea Bellina High Dine Weather clear fwt AT LATOMA fences and porchep streets whcn he decided against all He was in the to return he ivabeto SH which rcpre LICENSE CHECKSISSUED Treasuries of City and County Municipalities Arc Benefited Checks have been sent out from the office of County Treasurer William Dicktl to the various municipalities in the county for trn license fees paid i for the sale of 32 per cent beer The check to the treasurer of the INCiriKNT n Lind sixyearold son of j Mr and Mrs George W Llnd of 15 Crews and apparatus of the Good West Elbon road Parkside Is recov Will Fire Company No 2 were called ering In the Chester Hospital from a out shortly before 8 oclock last eve broken leg and other injuries he susning to extinguish an Incipient ba7e tained when he was struct by an in an apartment at Twentythird and automobile last Friday morning Crosby streets 2 COUNTY BANKS TO I is growing daily In building up a i more vigorous minority party In the I Old Dominion slate In these days of heavy traffic ths time for a molorLst to begin worrying about control of his car Is when h9 Is about two instalments behind Observers See Alabama And Arkansas Going Wet Drcxel Hill and Lansdowne We dont know how that newspaper debate over Should Honeymoons Be Abolished is going to end up but it is with breathless anxiety that await the vote of Niagara Falls ho AT SK ASHORE llcl Proprietors Police found a group of Fifth ward A Ihrone of 20000 persons yeslerboys playing poker last Sunday day saw the John Wrslcy Cross Post n i LIU uiiiin vvtMcy rt3M Institutions Amonj 9 in American Legion Drum and Bugle State to Pay Dividend pavmtnls for nine eloped Amcriran Lcelnns annual Fourth of Juv rav at Margate near Atlan banks In thn ftate amounting to SI tic City 04239071 will hf pild to de Vlrnrv H Houston Posl No 3 of Maybe they believed the cops thought it was a day of rest I Corps of Norwood take second prize of S17T in a drum nnd biiElr corps competition held in connection with he alwaysoliuts Ihe doors be fors practicing as amatter of The nations champ saxophonist tesy to the neighbors Uh courtesy or safety sents a fine of S10 and costs for ciis CU chrlrr 300 cover WASHINGTON July House Banking and Currency Com 3 nrt J r o w j 11 Pollj Put C Camp Boss 5 Fulfill j Lynvete Fast Thirty Days Fair Duchess Courland Garh Miss Adtlr Mijfnly Atom Konrland Curry Girl Emj H j San W either clear trmck fMt Seven Dry Towns In Entire County Up to date no licenses to sell 32 per cent beer cither at retail in clubs or by distributors have been granted in seven of thp countys boroughs The places where legalized beer if not sod are Aldan Millbourne Rase Valley Rutledgp Svarth more Parkside and Upland Similar predictions come township of Upper Darbv in the sum j These slates will provide the first real Isome Arkansas statesmen who until i July 18 The bank closed December of S13400 represent ing the fees for test in the South the Roosevelt landslide of 1932 were j 19 1031 wllh deposit liabilities of 61 retail licenses at S150 each 54 j Sixteen states n succession have staunchly dry Previous payments lo distributorslicenses at S75 each and voied to supplant the Eighteenth The repeal forces now are daring Staled 15 per cern five club licenses Amendment vith hie Twentyfirst to challenge the dry sentiment The Lansdowne Bank and Trust Company Lansdowne Pa will make its second payment of 7Vi per cent 13 licenses to retailers at S150 each 18 Practical politicians believe re promisingly for the Eighteenth totaling tlfil8210 to 9601 depositors three to clubs and 15 lo distributors peal victories in both those slates Amendment Recent visitors to the1 July 18 The hank closed December The borough treasurer of Marcus would mean almost a shutout dc feat for the drys that have been Cnntintirri on Last Taft batting valiantly to dam the ant While rcpeallsts are prepared to 1 talcd 7i per cent Next in line was Haverford town which in effect is a repealer Ala of Oklahoma which with Kansas ship with a check for S3150 covering bama and Arkansas arfe to vote July long has been brcakctcd as uncom capita from Oklahoma have predicted 11 1031 with deposit liabilities of S2 a repeal victory thcre lS7HSrrt Previous payments to Storsyr of E i continued as tftmerly undr same policy 1 crat chairman Demo of the i claim final victory if they can win Continued on Latt Pae The Ridge AvcmiR Deposit Bank on Uwt Tut Upland Resident Times Ad Booster Miss Catherine Buckley of 5 Fourth street Upland Is a strong believer In the pulling power of Times want ads since she lost a purse containing money and glasses Thanks to the Chester Times I ot my purse back said the young women who expressed her delight over its return 1 posHors wlihln the nrxl three wcckB Gcrmantown won first prize of t ui WIIOMI State Scerrlary of Banking William the romrsi while Delaware Post orderly conduct and whcn iic ran jn H4 iccnr5 aj S200 each Vlcial observers today believed Ihe mittee a veteran of seasoned politicalD Gordon announced today No 1 nf was awarded also raise the pnce of a new fence and jgchib S2i each In forthcoming prohibiticn polls in Ala judgment recently returned from ai The Drcxrl Kill Title and Trust third prize of which surrounds the horns of a wiaov addjtlon thcre 41 licenses lo bama and Arkansas will determine visit wllh Ihe home folk to predict Company Drcxel Hill Pa will make distributors costing S100 each whether thcre is lo be a fight or a Alabama would go for repeal ja second payment of 7 per cent The nexl largest check went to the runaway victory for the rcpca lists Similar predictions come from totaling to 3115 depositors WASHINGTON July wrathtr forecast Eastern fair tonight and Thursday slightly wamer in north portion tonight Western tonight and Thursday slightly warmer in sooth portion tonight New cloudy and slightly warmer tonijjht fair TODAYS TEMrFRATURES 6 a m 59 II a m 58 7 a m61 12 neon 70 8 a m64 I p m74 9 a m 65 3 p ni 75 10 am AS   

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