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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 10, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and News of the Day 57TH 17667 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United trees and International News Service CHESTER PA THURSDAY AUGUST 10 1933 TWENTYTWO PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS Island President Takes Djastic Steps to Termi nate Dissension After American Executive Communicates His Views Through Ambas Kills Pedestrian Washington Watches Trend of Situation While Hourly Bulletins Go to Hyde Park White Said to Be Not Con templated at This Time HAVANA Cuba Aug right 1933 by United j passive revolution in defiance of rigid J martial law and the power of the army behind President Gerardo Ma chado continued unabated today A bomb exploded at Banderas and Puertt Cerradas streets killing Baldo mero Pereira a passerby Another bomb at Animas and Lealtad streets damaged property but caused no cas ualties The general strike which has cut off the citys supply of milk bread meat and other necessities of life was still in full force and hunger threat ened thousands Army trucks began bringing provisions to the market but prices were shooting up Police drove many breadlines away from bakeries in the center of thecity and took over the bread supply It was believed Machado had re ceived plain intimation from Ameri can officials that his continuance in power made solution of the crisis difficult But despite persistent ru mors that he would make a pa triotic gesture by relinquishing office there was no sign of compromise in his declaration of a state of war or in attitude of his first lieutenant Secre tary of State Orestes Ferrara Machado said he was devoting all his time to ending the strike that is in actuality a passive revolution Ferrara said Machado must remain in office that there must be no American intervention and that the solution was in ending the strike and continuing mediation by American Ambassador Sumner Welles AntrAmerican propaganda broad cast from local radio stations allegedly by the Government bore its first fruit when Miss Hertha Skirving Ala baman in charge of the commercial cable office at the Plaza Hotel was seized by a policeman as she left the hotel and dragged screaming through the streets to n police station Another American watched as po lice took her to the Central police sta tion He telephoned Ambassador Weiles and Miss Skirving was re leased No reason was given for her arrest The Incident was attributed solely to the antiAmerican feeling en gendered among police nnd other government supoprters by the denun ciatory broadcasts which seemed un doubtedly to have emanated from government sources JIM DOUGHERTY OPENS CAMPAIGN ROOSEVEL T NOTE HAVANA THRONG FLEES BEFORE GUNFIRE OF MACHADOS GUARDS RAPS DIFFERING COMPREHENSIVE BIDS MACHADO TO END CUBA CODES FOR THE COAUNDIJSTRY Head of Illinois Company Favors Single Pact Adopted in the West PLAN FOR SUCCESS OF NRA CAMPAIGN Details lieingCompleted by A R Granger Chair man of Co Committee Bituminous Labor Pro visions Seen Deadlocked Hearings Continue WASHINGTON A UK DLspvitcfl labor provisions of Ihcnon union bituminous code remained in a IfiKllock today the National Hn oovery Administration continued U heurlllJS Cliiirlis ONeill representing Hi Almost as the en merit clicked the machine guns of presidential palace guards opened doathctealinir Hre upon this tlirons which had cilluiTl In JU1 J 1VLj navana streets to celebrate a false rctiorl thai Iresfdjnt Machailo hail resigned TwiiUyttvv XVCMT killed more tlnin 100 wounded VlCWS Owil SflVsl crowd ran iii all directions to escape lliu grim spray of bullets G O P Owes Him Job oC Five hundred persons attended a meeting of Republicans held at the openair arena in Leiperville last evening firing the opening gun in the campaign for nomination for the office of Sheriff of James F Dougherty Frederick L Mann of Folsom was j chairman of the meeting Short addresses were made by Solomon Hoffman of Leiperville and Harry P Donnon of Faraday Park who urged the loyal support of the citi TRAVFI STftFGYPTlUNFILLED STEEL I lirt Y JLLa3 1U LA 11 I j TONNAGE DECREASES NEW YORK AUK LEHMAN SEESTMILK STRUCK NEAR END Miss Anne Baylin of This Bride of Prominent Chemist j filled tonnage of the Untied Stales i Steel Corp decreased 80546 tons dur ing July to a total of 2020125 tons the inonthy report of the corporation disclosed today This total compares with 2106071 tons on June 30 1929815 on May 31 and 1000302 on July 31 1032 Miss Anne Baylin popular member The report was a distinct disap to Wall street and brought f i ilJUlllllillilLlIJtVtIlJOLIULLtllIVLIlUklKllli zens 01 the township to Baron of Cnestcr society and daughter of promtaking into the stock Dougherty Mrs O Baylin of 143 West Third I market Mann Mr some had done for ths good of the town ship He organized the first vol unteer fire company in the town inn in an address cited sUcct thL clty wiu bccoma Uic bvklc j u S Steel sold clown to 54i off fn tblU2nnH nf h Stn Dr tolc m Egypt i I point after getting as high us 551i for the noori of thn town j m ilc early trading ship in Leiparville and furnished equipment and uniforms The late Judge Johnson he said at one lime trin made a remark that Mr Dougherty than a vear alo had done more for charity and the i welfare of children than any other tomorrow Miss Baylin loft Chester six months ago shortly after her engagement to j the physician was announced SheJ became acquainted with her future abroad more man In address he em phatically stated that he had never i in the University of Vienna He is received a nickel revenue in any shapa or form for liquor violations for which he was indicted by the U S Grand Jury with 35 others He invited any one knowing of him ac cepting money to step on the plat form and tell him as he was anxious to know what it is all about 1 I a native of the Austrian capital and received his first degree in the fa mous university Following that honor he continued his studies in several universities throughout Europe FETTERS ROBBED LOOT RECOVERED Five Youths Under Arrest Admit Holding Up Car Occupants ALBANY N Y AUK Governor Herbert Lehman today de clared New Yorks milk strike wus rapidly coming under control He disclosed tlm more than 200 arrests have been made the past hours in thy strike bell by sheriffs and special deputies The strike siumlton he said lias been greatly Improved the past 24 hours The shcrifls and district attorneys are doing their duty and the dis orders have been reduced and the milk supply Increased NRAlNSlGlT USE EXPLAINED R fi xv vii COURT DECISION IS NOW AWAITED Two Concerns Seeking Possession of Market in Darby liorouglv Northern Con Control Associalloi nnd the smokeless Appalachian group snld ho had not altered lie posltioi expressed yesterday when he refuse lo withdraw the company union pro visions of his code ONcllls group including the Mel lon Interests represents inn re thnn uilf the nations conl production Donald riichburR NRA general counsel probably will confer with nonunion coal operators later on company unions George h Harrington president of Iliu Chicago Wilmington and Frank lin Coal Company of Illinois pre sented today the code rcfiehcd at con feriiices hero July 713 between op erators of unionized mines and rep ICscntativcs of the Workers of America The lliuringlou United Mine or genera A preliminary Injunction made Judfics John M liroonnill nnd Albert Dutton MacDade at Media liisi Friday wns continued after u hear ing ycstcrduy before Judic JviacDiule in the dispute of two hirno food markeis over the ocfupimcy of a store property at the corner of Mill and Muln streets Darby Abraluun Sussman of Phllndelphlti one of the owners of thu Giant Market In Chester in formed HIM court that ho nnd several employes had been refused pouscwion of the proposes minimum wages of nnd for Inside minors and u wage for outside workers Tlicoperatorsand union represen tatives did not agree on the maximum work week operators asking an eight hour clay and u 32hour week for hnlf the year and a 10hour week for the remaining six months with the pro vision thai an employer could operate it mine not more than 30 hours per week for the 12month period The United Minn Workers nskcd a six hour clay nnd 30hour week Harrington favored cstiiblishmcni of a single code for the entire in dustry Most of Ihe troubles of the Indus try have been caused by unregulated unfair and totally urmecciisary cut throat competition wllhln the in Bach Locality Is to Be Identified With Move ment Through Publicity Plans for obtaining the maximum results In the NRA drive to bring back prosperity in Delaware county sire be ing worked out under the direction of Albert U Granger president of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce and chairman of Chester Council of the National Recovery Ad ministration In this comprehensive movement which is Intended to ranch out to every section of the county mach inery Is being put in motion as rapidly us those at its head can for mulate plims to carry on the work Charts lire being prepared and will be furnished every section in the county showing how the work caa be accomplished from the general the title which will be conferred upon both men and women who will be ap pointed to lead the movement in each locality down to the recruits who will nld In the work Each locality will have a publicity department to be headed by a colonel and the method will be to advertise the movement by news papers radio a lid movie trailers Departments will also be set up for the purpose of adjustments com plaints speakers and Information It is planned to have Sunday Five boys are being held without one in the rear tried toraise a dis turbance but the speaker silenced BALBO TO HOP ON Several vcars ago he accepted an i bal Jor Delaware County Courts offer to continue his work in Cairo Pha8cs of conspiracy and highway Egypt and has been quite successful following their arrest on SUSplclon Of involved in u series of petting party holdups At a hearing last night before Jus tive of the Peace John Taguc in the Radnor t o w n s h i p police station Charles Smith county detective and Joseph Lafferty Radnor chief of po lice testified the boys had confessed to several holdups and were probably implicated in others Several hundred least six months at the expiration of which time he and his bride will go to Palestine Continued on rage Sixteen Miss s a gradlwtc of ches I ter High School having been a mem her of the class of 1920 Following Italo Balbo and the crew The centra strike committee voted of his flcct o scapiaacs CsiCd toclav prkp llel Graduation she entered the Phil X ndelphia College of Pharmacy where I she received her degree in 1822 LISBON Portugal Aug inS her college career she alt dollars worth of jewelry was reported oi Chester Committee Is sues Formal Statement stoic although he luul signed a to diistry itself This would be made Chjiirnrm vrar lciusc for the property on May 2Q mst sussnian toHtllled thut c in Widespread use made of the offi cial emblems of the NRA which bear the words We Do Our Part is the desire of those in charge of the Presidents reemployment campaign It was pointed yesterday by Al bert R of the Chester Council of the National Re covery Administration which covers this city and Delaware county and that it is a serious offense on the part of anyone who might make Im proper use of the Insignia Mr Granger made it plain that ploycs of the Pemi Fruit Company had kept him out ot the place When the lease was signed was paid isnd It was agreed it was testllicd that certain repairs and alterations be made by July 1 when another payment of was due Aaron Herman of Uruxcl Hill presi dent of Herman brothers Inc agents for Mrs Hannah Lclbovltz of Bala one of the owners of the store property snicl he received thu payment on July 7 It was brought out that there were differences of CnnUiiuiMl on Sixteen to halt the strike of omnibus drivers and transport workers and a full meeting of workers was called for to day to pass on the committee recom mendation Machado meantime was prepared to break the strike by force if possible provided he could not persuade work and prepared to take off for ancient Ostia tha seaport of Rome Satur day morning on the last stage of ths greatest mass flight in history Plans have been made at Rome for a triumphant reception to the fleet now totaling but 23 planes bs cause of the crash of the IRnni at return to their jobs and feed De Gada In the Azores the hungry city Islands when the fleet took off for His declaration of a state of war Lisbon yesterday by which the army took control of the city was attributed first to the murder of policemen in revenge for the slaughter of a score of persons before the Presidential palace Mon The aviators were saddened by the death of Lieut C Squaglia in tha crash of the IRani but were eager the NRA official emblem the cn 17 nil of Newtown Square and Wll She a prominent member Carvley 20 of Llancrch All of the Chester Junior Hadassah Continued on Iajjc Sixteen CAR HITRUN CHARGE nrc said to bs members of welltodo families John Gordon 28 Larch mont was detained as a material According to County Detective Charles Smith the youths have been living in a hut for several months and went out each night on forays In less than three hours after i nSainst couples petting in parked to be home With but five hours sleep in the Azores after a flight day and secondly to a plan to use NcwtolncJland the crews were the army as strike breakers exhausted when they arrived here There was little sign of a state of war in the streets knots of soldiers stood at street corners People sat in the parks ns nsunl and the scene was that of a Sunday except cafes yesterday afternoon On the flight to Ostia the fleets course lay across Portugal and Spain over the Mediterranean north of the Balearic Islands and across the Tyrr henian Sea to the Italian Coast ap were closed Machado however made plans to proxTmatcly U75 Viles use the soldiers to run transport and distribute food HORTA Azores AUK No meat was available there were Funeral services for Lieut Enrico few vegetables ant no distribution of Squaglia of the Italian air armada milk Many observers doubted the killed yesterday when his plane cap sized while attempting to take off for Lisbon will be held today loyalty of the army beleiving that if the workers refused to return to their jobs and fought an effort by the army to do their work the soldiers yMH be closed and flags will be would refuse to fire on them T h c governments regulations permit the use of this emblem said Granger by all employers who sign the Presidents reemployment agreement and comply with it and the regulations also permit consum ers to wear a similar badge but only iii the form authorized for consumers who sign a statement of coopera lion The governments regulations also LOCAL BARBERS TO DISCUSS CODE Continued on Iucc S MAN Y BEING RECORDED August 27 designated as Rally Sun Ministers priests and rabbis will be nskcd to join In the movement to emphasize the humanitarian as pect of the campaign and the moral uplift that will come to the nation through widespread employment Teams under captains will visit stores during the campaign display ing the blue eagle for the purpose of ascertaining if they are following the provisions of the code and to assist them In whatever manner possible Minute men will be appointed to deliver addresses similar to lhosa made during the Liberty Loan drives They will speak in the churches schools factories plants and all other places where public gatherings are held for the purpose of backing the government in its drive lo restore business Walter C 45 of Hardily automobile II1L uiiiuni iu ilirj I name was withheld said he lhaL tm victim of the band and had v t v jii i i iv IAIIIU 111 I lilU it r engaged several of them in conversa L ialclsof tion Hammar a lineman employed the Keystone Telephone Company was struck yesterday shortly aficr noon as he was crossing the street vo caliber sawcdofT rifles intersection i believed to have been used in the The owner of the car was Albert i were found and about 20 Fox of 2100 Edgmont avenue who rings walclles and other articles of was summoned to City Hall by I K welry recovered George Feency csiptain of detectives I shortly after oclock yesterday j FIRE APPARATUS em authorized to use it and he has signed the Employers In this city are rapidly joining the ranks of those in the country who are aiding in the move ment of thu Presidents roemploy mcnt agreement According to u let ter received by William F Uelehanty malinger of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce 47 of these agreements were received ut the Phil adelphia office of the United States Department of Commerce this week Mr Delehanty has buen supplied with some official interpretations of certain sections of the agreement which have been issiied from the Na lonnl Recovery AdmlnlitiUllon head limrtcrs In Washington which fur ilfih valuable information in answer o some of the questions regarding application to the blanket ngree nent For the convenience of employers the National Recovery Administration will make available through chambers of Commerce trade associations and manufacturers associations Informa tion contained In all present and future Interpretations of the Presi dents reemployment agreement Obviously it will be impossible to supply separate copies of lhcsc re leases to all employers but ths In formation contained hi them will be supplied by the organizations men Honed without charge SHOWER OF M ETEORS TO STREAK THE SKY Continued nn Iagc Sixteen n chain grocery store in the north Alilv A P H RV All government officesand shops I rn of thd city told the ds e at I ha had given ths car WASHINGTON Aug SUN SHIP STRIKE State Department officials receiving hourly reports on the frenzied po litical strife in Cuba held back from JUST MISSES CRASH Morc lhlin 50 ancl juoi spclu halfhour this morning be tween 12 and oclock slugr K When firemen of the Bayard Fire each other in what Li considered one 1 of Darby township of the most exciting freeforalls to a dump fire blaxc ctaRcd for some lime in the northern but whom had to of the townsection of Chester The battleground ship last night at 730 the fire engine i was Fourteenth street off Kdgmont narrowly escaped collision with a P aveniic near the tar barns and the OLICE EXPOSE A NEW RACKET TQ A T TVTHCT1 TMn Ihe machine This man h tlnlTOW1y escaped collision with a P aveniic near the tar barns and the lb ALiUUbl had promised to th cir it RT bus at MacDade boulevard and I combatants were youths ranging in vv LIU VHI clt fe Continued nn Page Sixteen i 4 oclock in the afternoon dis The abbreviated strike or walk claimed any knowledge of the acci Oak lane at the GlenoldenColling age from four years to 14 years with dale borough line ouV at the Sun Shipbuilding and clent afTcnd Less a large alcy of men and women until ho was summoned to U S TREASURY BALANCE 1 are remaining on the out SCHOLARSHIP FUND WASHINGTON The treasury was S78 ternal revenue receipts that day were j morc occupied with their daily tasks HINGTON Auff worers are remanng on e ou asury net balance for Aug 8 while the other dissenters have 7431 46735 Miscellaneous ini returned to the plant and arc once LJH The driver of the fire engine In urging their favorites on to victory order to avoid collision with the bus Jus clean healthy sport com which was proceeding east on Macmcnted a byslander as a 10ycar The Master Harbors Association of Chester and Vicinity will hold an other meeting for the consideration of the NRA Code as II pertains to their business In the St George Hall Third and Lloyd streets at H oclock this evening An enthusiastic gathering turned out at the Inst session ancl the lead ers of the association are anxious to have all the barbers in this cily nnd surrounding areas prescnl al tonights meeting The main object will be lo establish a price level that will be satisfactory to all members of Lhe tohsorlul trade A code will be drawn up to be submitted to NRA Board for consideration and an effort will hi made to arrange satisfactory schedule of working hours Guy Do Furia asslstanl district at torney of this county will be present at the meeting to address the barber on the NRA Code He will offer a detailed explanation of thr code am its penalties and will endeavor to aid the members of the assoclatloi In the legalities of forming n cod of their own All proposals will be taken Int careful consideralion and every mem ber Is urged to formulate tin idcr of his own concerning thu best pos siblc plan that will be satisfactory U ail members ancl to the public at drcsseci woman whose name is given large Jhe majority vote will be ns Margie Klmball They are driving in a coupe type Their method of operation Ls to call KQT Tr1 Ci n nn merchants and enter Inlo an IjOJ A J TJ Ul j agreement lo put on a 100hour en j durance driving contest In which the Frank A McCiatchv real estate Lo participate as a driver carry pictures and Tiny blazing chips will Hy ncross the sky tonight They arc the an nmil showers of pcrseid meteors Their greatest profusion is due between midnight Friday and dawn Saturday But after midnightThurs day Saturday nnd Sunday where skies arc clear astronomers say thev should he visibleat the rates of 10 or 15 an hour Friday nights hourly countmay double this The perscids arc so small that not one has been recorded as ever striking the earth But these chips blaze so intensely they fire easily visible at the OOmllc altitude where they burn to dust SLIGHTLY WARMER WEATHER FORECAST Merchants of this city particularly automobile dealers arc warned of another type of swindler who is likely to make his appearance here The man operating the racket Ls known as R Voorhces is about 3C years old live fcorf 10 inches In af height and weighs about 170 pounds He is nlso described as being of fair complexion and has a small inus smic plan that will be satisfactory to tache He Is accompanied by a well Partly cloudy and slightly warmer is the forecast for today in Eastern Pennsylvania Nev Jersey Delaware and Maryland There will be show ers tomorrow The mercury rose yesterday to 85 degrees at p m from a low of 7 degrees at 7 a m The average for the day 80 degrees was four above normal The hiuh record for tha date was 08 degrees in 1309 and tha low iO in 1922 Sunrise today was at a m nnd sunset will be at p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time CXAIM KKCOKD CATCH uscd In deciding definite action They are driving of the fourpassenger Three Chcsterites are boasting of one of the biggest tlsh catches of the season olf Woodland Beach They arc Wtllam Lovcland 20G West Fif teenth street and his son Howard and Alfred West of 1006 West Fifth street They were out nine hdurs yesterday and caught 71 trout mora than 200 croakers and a ID pound sea turtle West Is a member of tha Chester Aerie of Eagles and tho lodgcmen arc going to have turtla soup nnd plenty of fish 5705357201 Custom receipts for the 46727 g today by the ship Trj lb SOUGHT i HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press IIAWTHORXK Salic Off Carter rare To he run as 5th race Rattling Knight Weather drizzling track fast all men retunicd morning the project on which they were employed will be temporarily i abandoned According to the yard officials I most of the burners who walked out demanded regular j wages However it was explained to the men that when they were hired the work to be done was not regular r K rposc of thn DacJe boulevard ran the engine into old boy stniiKcrcd past xvilh a bloody operator who WIK fitillvshot hv Is said to carr a curb breaking the wheel off the nore and another sat on a curbstone i altemnlcci kidninVi Hsi mnnti infi Plotographs which li machine No one was injured i nursing a bruised head nn estate of S10500 it wa revealed contcsls thlt art allcKc IPROHiBlfSlOSE PRAISES THE NRA I OF TRADE NAME lies of Tames when his will WAS filed for probate at Norrlstown today Tlie will ordered lh riitato be held in trust for the dead mans widow Mrs Mary McClalchy After her death one fourth of the remainder will vr ii each of two sons when they hnld I in other towns After securing the signature of the Thieves broke into the granarv of lie dlsplajus of a county farmer and hauled away 60 lo have been j bushels of wheat At last business recovery Wheats worth stealing and which voca rightful Ths dir cation are i Larrimore of 320 ffi oc QPPH Turner avenue lea Tells Chester Pike Kiwanis Temporary Injunction Is Club It Means the End i Granted in Case of of Minority Rule attain the auof lh tn merchant interested In staging the Seattle boy who smoked black content lie solicits the various mcrcigars at 4 has fjuit at 9 saying they chants to obtain money for advertistaste terrible 5s there no end lo Ing purposes Later he disappears the disillusionment of the younger ancl docs not put on the contest His generation last known operation was at Butler to William F Deahanly of this city SCOOTMII IUDKK per Darby Concerns Donald Stover 10 of 20 State road Judge Albert Dutton MacDade yes Upper Darby was admitted to the burners work Thcv were hired on f i UL V cr wiuiam r oi tnis city Jiiase Aioeri uuuon Macuaae upper uarby was admitted to UK scrapninK job at better than Chcstcr of manascr of the Delaware County Urday continued a temporary in Delaware county Hospital yesterday oo mgdon Pa Frederic A Chamber of Commcrca tokl momi Junction granted airalnst PMwarci T suffftrlnir from crnrnann nf thr HOTELMAN SON HELD FOR ASSAULT Shumway In his oflice at 615 Asserting thai all business is lo lhat the intentions gathered under the wings of lh i Girard HANGS HIMSELF PPOINTED BY GOVEPXOR IN N J JAIL CELL was m an amended inventory CStfltC filed ill Phlla child p to their room in the hotel rWohlarBcMdcslhc cash the esVate CONEY ISLAND Atmosphere Foxy Artist i Hoosiers Pride i Limit Ionell Black Comet1 SOMERVILLE Flag Flying Buzzy Boo Moauc j A Reala of Hatfield Pa ninuLii iu XoppcJ Sport Marvel day in Somerset County Jail with a Sweet Pal Prince Feather rope made of his shirt 4AVild Hour Racketeer Knock He was held is a fugitive from I Our Gricf i Justice in Doylestown Pa on a NEW YOPK Aug UPi The President Ihen made a blanket telephone company to prevent them toal Billy Cliamp Ceny charge Paiycll Martin Luiher Hershey was code and told American business to from publishing their fall directory Parole Santerno Blanket Bay Bansel KewshaxTk Blondella cloudy rack fast Then there was the fellow who quit the sausagemanufacturing business because he couldnt stand the grind New York Stock Exchange wont let anybody buy stocks any more un less he has half enough money Lot of the boys will have to go back to crapj George Ii Shobcr proprietor of a local hotel was taken into custody Promoter says rising amusement rollnst s11 wHh his son George L j taxes will kill Were not Jr by Constables Patrick i afraid Why even the boxers havent Sllor7 iQuinn and Robert PIntt being served been nble to kill It vlth a warrant charging and battery preferred by the younger mans wife Mildred Shober At a hearing before Magistrate Ed Snougrass formerly i ward Miller and Girard as j The psaker said that industry had 1 Ihe GirardMillcr Company as dis i been asked lo make up a code and the missed when the Court ruled thai i result was jusl talk and talk and talk to granl an injunction against the mi in Ir bonds and a AUTO KTLLS BOY t DANVILLE N Y Aug UP The Weather WASHINGTON Aug forecast Pennsylvania and New Jersey Showers tonight and prob hnr her rcnnsylvaniaProbably I showers tonigM and Friday not much oon she said n c in tcinncraturc her husband struck her and he and i ln temperature i uiler b Ihc his father ordered her out of the hotel refusing her custody of the j TODAYS TEMPERATURES baby J Edward Page of 515 West Sixth street father of Mrs Shobcr pro ed the warrant for the arrest of Shobcrs 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m i 10 a m 68 11 a m TS 68 Noon 73 71 1 p nv 74 72 2 p m 74 73 n   

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