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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 12, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latent and Best News of the Day 57TH 17669 Dtlly Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY AUGUST 12 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS NEW COMPLAINTS ON PROFITEERING REACH JOHNSON Warnings to Be Given Then Full Publicity of Violators Doings Federation of Labor En lists to Persuade Em ployers to Sign Codes ARCH LOOK WASHINGTON Aug 12 Copy right 1933 by International News elaborate plan to pro tect consumers against extortionate prices which will spread fanlike into every hamlet in the nation was drawn today by the National Recovery Administration While the plan is expected to have its effect during the life of the Pres idents reemployment agreements it is designed particularly as a continu ing enforcement measure when he permanent codes arc signed The keystone of the plan is that two warnings will be given alleged profiteers If the warnings are ig nored full publicity will be given the findings of experts of the recovery administration in the localities of the alleged violators The first step In the development of the plan has been taken with the sending of investigators out to obtain direct information of price increases These prices will be placed before statistical experts of the Consumers Advisory Board and checked by other governmental agencies Complaints of profiteering which are pouring into the Consumers Ad visory Board daily will be used in the checkingup process The ultimate plan calls for a consumers board in every county in the nation to serve as a clearing house Along with the campaign against profiteering the Consumers Advisory Board will undertake ip educate con sumers to the necessity of paying higher prices to enable employers to reduce hours of labor and increase wages We are receiving hundreds of complaints of extortionate charges and we plan to do the utmost for the protection of consumers said Mrs CharlesC Runisey chairman of the Consumers Advisory Board There also is need for education of the consumer to the necessity of WOMAN PRISONER TRAPPED IN CELL BURNED FATALLY Flame From Match Used to Light Cigarette Ig nites Her Clothing Efforts of Officers At tracted by Screams to Save Her Prove Futile TITLE NET MATCH AT P M C TODAY If flattery turns a girls head thanks lo someone who told Grace Bradley the earful that rightfaced her in this direction Shes a newcomer in Hollywood but an arclibeauty nevertheless from he arch of her hairline eyebrows to the inverted arch of her chin And shes redheaded Continued on Last Page BIG LIEN HOLDER OKS HOME LOANS MANY PETITIONS ARE BEING FILED Naming of a Slate by County Democrats Marks Weeks Activities One of the largest corporations holding mortgages in the East yes terday gave its approval for the ac ceptance of worth of bonds Only two days remain in which candidates for local and county of fices may file their petitions for a place on the ticket at the Primary election of September 19 Hundreds of petitions for local of fices have been received at the office HUBBY LIKED LIFE OF TOURIST Constant Absence From Home Sufficient Grounds for Divorce for Wife Mrs Lulu Doyle 45 of Ihe GOO block Lloyd street died in the Chester Hos pital at 525 a m today of burns suffered when her dress caught fire from a lighted match while she was a prisoner at the local police head quarters lost evening The woman was committed shortly after 7 oclock on complaint of a drug gist at Seventh and Lloyd streets that Mrs Doyle who WHS under the In fluence of liquor was ercming a dis turbance in his store When the officers arrived she had taken her departure and gone to her home She was taken to the police station and placed in a cell for safe keeping A short time later her screams at tracted the attention of James H Deavenport superintendent of po lice Detective Roy Seaman nnd Patrolmen Pedrlck and Stewart who ran to the cell on the upper tier lo find her clothing ablaze Acording to her statement to Cap tain Fecney last night at the hos pital she lighted a match to light a cigarette when the flame set her dress afire Quickly the cell door was unlocked tnd the officers after tearing the clothing from her body wrapped the semiconscious victim In a blankel placed her in the patrol and speeded with her to the hospital In addition to general burns of the entire body the womim had inhaled Ihe flames Mac Bloom seeded No 2 and Ed Mauger will face each other this afternoon at 130 on the P M C courts In the semifinals ol the dies ter Racouet Clubs IKle tennis lour ney The winner of this mutch will meet Dave Gordon defending cham pion in the finals which are now slated for Tuesday afternoon Mauger the dark horse of the tourney und a new member of the club defeated Sam Pemilngton lo earn his plnce in the semifinals Bloom eliminated Lovi Hell in ihe round of eight Gordon disposed of Clarence Smcdley Sey mour Adelman Sam Greenberi and Ed Clyde to slip into the finals 3 KlLLEDlNPTR R WRECK 5 HURT AT SALISBURY MD Rails Spread in Path of New York Flyer En gineinan Is Crushed STORE MANAGER HELD UP NEGRO BANDITS CAUGHT Attempted Koblcry Occurs Early This Morningin Borough of Trainer Bullet in Leg Halts One of Men in Attempt to Make Getaway A wanderlust which seized her husband every few months and caused him to appear in different sections of the country secured a divorce for Mrs Gertrude E Leslie 35 of 161 Wellington road Uppei of the County Commissioners in Me Darby from Dr Burton C Leslie 45 street Baltimore ing m Baltimore and her husband ing 545000000 worth of mortgages in the East gave its consent for the exchange of small mortgages totaling for home loan bonds and promised that ore exchanges would be made shortly Announcement of the action of the company was made by Jacob H Mays State manager of the Home Loan Corporation in his offices in the Schaff Building Fifteenth and Race streets in Philadelphia He had previously revealed that an uniden tified concern holding in mortgages had agreed to accept the corporations bonds LOCAL SHOWERS WEEKEND FORECAST HELD FOR TRIAL ON ROBBERY CHARGE Coaches Leave Rails and Overturn Doctors Po lice Aid Rescue CUBAN PRESIDENT TO VACATE TODAY AS ARMYREVOL TS Machado Overwhelmed by General Strike Confers With to Surrender Asking Executive to Be Acceptable to All Parties Vernon Matthews 27 of the 700 block Madison street was turned over to Deputy Sheriffs Timothy Desmond and Harry Plcrson yesterday by the police to be committed to the county jail at Media to owait trial on a highway robbery charge Matthews was arrested at Sixth and Mcllvaine streets following his return from California after the crime with which he is charged was committed at Eighth and Mcllvaine streets early one morning last October when he in company with George OMera of Green street and Morton avenue held up Louis Slrnhle of 1101 Thomas street and robbed him of Matthews nnd OMera are said by SALISBURY Md Aug men were killed and five other persons were injured early to day when a New Yorkbound Penn sylvania Railroad passenger train ran through a split rail and was wrecked The dead were W Oscar Brown eiiRincman of Dclmar Del and two unidentified men one a Nefro Rail road officials snid they believed the latter two had been riding the rods The injured were E R Massey Delmar fireman in a critical con dition Thomas Donoho Wilmington Samuel Wilson Delmar 11 C Kitchens Wyoming Del and William L Simmons Salisbury The train was cnroutc from Cape Charles Va lo New York til the time of the wreck which occurred about 225 n m It was believed after a preliminary invcstlGaUon that n plate holding fast tvO rails had broken or become loos ened allowing the rails to part The locomotive ronrlng ahead at full speed oh a straightaway tore through the parted rails scraped over the ties and turned over Three baggage cars two of which overturned and two day coaches fol lowed the engine off the tracks Only the two sleeping cars at the rear of the train remained onthe rails Phjsicians and ambulances were rushed here from Salisbury Most of the townspeople were awakened by the roar of the crash Few passengers were hysterical Most were found to be calmly dressing Fire engines nnd automobiles ware driven to a vantage Charles Creogan R chain store manager hvinu at 2528 West Third street was held up by two Negroes one of whom WHS armed at a m today The holdup occurred on the Posl rond opposite the Trainer public school while Crecgan was giving the two Negroes one of whom he knew a lift in his automobile Both Negroes ure now in custody one In Chester Hospital with u bullet wound hi his leg received when he failed to halt when called upon to do so by Patrolman Uriel McKcc Jr of Marcus Hook The pair described by police ns Kendried Armstrong 33 of the 300 block East Seventh street Wilming ton Del and Andrew Mccs of Ed wards street this city hailed Crecgan nnd asked him for n ride nnd Cree gan knowing Mees complied When the car reached u point op posite Trainer school one of the Negroes Crccgnn dccliues stuck a gun in his ribs and ordered him to hand over his money When tin pair found their intended victim had noth ing they ordered him nt the point of the gun to drive to Marcus Hook At Tenth and Market streets the twoleaped from the automobile mid Crecgan immediately reported tlic holdup to Patrolman McKce explain ing to the officer he had seen one of the men Alter a Wilmingtonbound motor bus McKce gave chnse overtaking the feus after it had gone about three he A Dramatic Story of Military Uprising ficers Gave Harassed Gerardo Until Noon Today to Give Up Also Joins Ouster Movement HAVANA Auff 12 Gnrardo Machiuto loft he palace shortly before noon for his ranch lucompnnitMl by two ruckloads of soldiers with machine Klins and it was reliably reported that he had delivered to Secretary of Slate Fcrrera a message to Congress asking for him to take a vacation from the Presidency HAVANA Aug entire Cuban cabinet wilh exception of Secretary of War General Alberto Herrera tendered its resignation today to President Gerardo Machado chief executive in name only of a strife torn nation temporarily ruled by a military dictatorship The cabinets resignation handed in at 10 a m 11 i E T paved the way for General Herreras acces a m point on a steep hill from the selection of the Democrats nnd In Doodad the scene with i1 moans were heard from squnrcs Entering the vehicle placed Armstrong under arrest revolver which Armstrong is be lieved lo have dropped on the floor of the bus was recovered by the olllcer After MeKee Had placed Arm strong In he lockup he started out to look for the second man impli cated In the holdup He did not Imve to look far soon finding Mccs Inik ing on the Plaza lit Model Village When Mccs saw the olllcer he run back of the process plnnt of the Vis cose Company McKee culled to him to hall but he disregarded the or der and the continued across the railroad tracks n distance of threequarters of a mile When Mccs ignored four shots fired over his head by Hie patrolman McKcc fired n fifth at the man the bullet striking him In the upper parl of hlrr right lefi Even he bullet failed to stop Mie for he rah a short distance nnd tried to sion as provisional president provided he is found satis factory to United States Ambassador Sumner Welles hooting by mobs broke out at the presidential palace today Hundreds of persons stormed the palacestealing clothing food and all removable objects The mobs streamed through the courtyards and corridors cursing former President Gerardo Machado Police were absent and troops made no immediate effort to stem the demonsration slates by Ihe Democrats nnd In t0 purchasedental supplies Sevi money from his pocket Thsv are dspcndcnt Republicans Neither s lfttir a teicraid to have counted the money at was made up withoutevident lack of jgramflom hlniSVyillg lhat ne was the time and after taking for harmony and leaders or bothgroups not bjck She did not hear themselves returned the balance of ln n thicket where McKcs that the wlu yearsT when she disappear A large number of participants in last Mondays meeting of Indepen dents held at Media walked out of the meeting before a vote was taken on the slate These leaders felt that there should be 110 hasty decision but that all petitions should be filed located him in Venice Cal On another occasion he took her to Chicago and left her in a hotel room She located him in Reno Nev two months later The final straw she said was when he went to the races at Havre de Grace leaving themselves returned the balance of SCO to Strahle and told him to beat it and keep quiet or he would get hurt OMera fled to New York where he was captured by police of that city andturned over to the Delaware county authorities He was tried be fore Judge John M Broomall at Media and was convicted arid sen Continued on beneath the overturned locomotive i placed him under arrest He took hiin lo Chester Hospital where he Is now under police guard while re ceiving treatment for Ihe injury DRY AGENTS WILL ACT STEVENSON POST TO AID NRA DRIVE At a regular meeting of Stevenson Post Thursday evening 190 mem bers voted unanimously to assist the President in his elforts to restore Partly cloudy with local showers and thunder storms probable is the forcesast for today and tomorrow in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Maryland and Delaware It will be slightly wanner today The high temperature yesterday was71 degrees p m and the her in Baltimore and telling her to prosperity and battle the depression Corps feac in ocaing im n os ngc les Thcv finall separated two years present volunteered their services in Regional headquarters of the new Division of Investigation of the Department of Justice in Philadel phia announced today that enforce ment of the prohibition laws In New Jersey Delaware and Pennsylvania low 60 at 4 a m The average was turmoil in iriaay nigni s meeting ai fifi thsr nnrmai B Media the naming of a man for who is said to be sponsored by Major General Smedlev D Butler He is an unknown quantity politically i MCTrestraiK 42 Bounty detective The Democrats have headed their to the district attorneys selection ofcounty candidates with their county chairman Nathan B Pechin of Wayne There was much turmoil in Friday nights meeting at Continued on Last 66 ten less than normal High for the date was 101 degrees in 1900 and low 58 in 1890 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be at p Eastern Daylight Saving Time clerk of courts but William O Elgin fritz of Yeadoh won the place on a roll call vote over Joseph Dougherty exservice man of Mnrioa Haverford ALL BARBER SHOPS CLOSED ON SUNDAYS m j Meanwhile the FLAMES DAMAGE HOME IN EDDYSTONE organization Re Continued on Last Page Male residents in some sections of this city who have been inthe habit of neglecting to go to the barber shops until Sunday morning for a shave in order to make a neat ap pearance when they appear on the streets will have to foreswear their ON RETIRED LIST II TH Tk T m iinvu tu UIUU jABOR MEN PICKET pride and fall in line with those who t select Saturday afternoon or Satur Several homes were threatened in HUUK MUVlrj I day night for their tonsorial decora Eddystone early today when fire the j cause of which has not been deter mined broke out in the home of George Hassis on Eleventh street The alarm was turned in at 1215 a m and the Eddyatone Fire Company was Quick to respond Two of the firemen were overcome by smoke The extent of the damage caused by the flames had not been determined INJURED IX FALL Because they claimed that the op erator of the motion picture machine at a theatre in Marcus Hook was be ing paid only weekly while the wage scale called for members of the theatrical branch of the Am erican Federation of Labor picketed in front of the theatre last night The labor representatives had with them a representative of NRA inves tions Under a new ruling of the police department all barber shops in the city will have to remain closed all day Sunday WORKED WOMAN EMPLOYE 89 HOURS While the NRA drive for shorter tigation boara and it is understood work hours surged steadily on Paul Allard 13 of 2830 West Tenth j an effort was maue to effect a wage all fronts Mrs H D Cook a rooming street suffered lacerations of the left eornpvoniiSi with the owner of the house proprietor of Philadelphia to arm nnd shonldpr last nrVirm theatre on the basis of S2i riav HQC w going over the lop for NRA jenion wil in L1f hands of lUtyonc once agent compared to the previous force of 131 I Six of the agents will be stationed in New Jersey 0112 in Delaware and fortyfour in Pennsylvania all com I1AVANA Aug 1933 by United Gerardo Machado overwhelmed by army mu tiny and a revolutionary general strike wits expected to apply for a vacation today and retire from capital In favor of an acting presi dent acceptable lo all parlies Arrangements for his surrender of oftlce weru understood to have been made at a midnight conference at the presidential palace In which Machado American Ambassador Sumncr Welles army members of opposi tion political parties participated Mtichado was said lo have left Im mediately afterwnid for his country home at Flhca Mcnita under a mili tary guard which was announced as fcrhis own safety The tilyearold President an army general mid veteran of the war foi independence reluctantly gavo lip hope of rclnihlng dictatorial power when the army with whose aid he remained In office lurncd on him and refusing to shed Cuban blood for him told him to go The following message was sent oul todayfrom the nrmy radio station at Columbia Barracks outside the cap ital where Maehado has concentrated his crack troops Since one hour ago Genera Machado lias ceased to be president We guarantee that he who substitutes for the president will not be an army officer or a politician The Untied States Ambassador i Announcement came from Wash ington D C yesterday afternoon that Lewis G Monroe of 212S Edg mont avenue this city had been re tired from active duties in the United States Postal Service and will be placed on the pension list Mr Monroe is sixtyfive years of age and has been a postal employe for 30 years He was appointed by the late Postmaster John A Wallace during the Roosevelt administration in 1903 He began his duties under a Roosevelt and finished under a Roosevelt Up to the present time Mr Monroe has been acting as stamp clerk in the postotfice at Fifth and Welsh streets Postmaster John Hagcrty termed Monroe a conscientious worker and stated that he has always attended to his duties quite well No one has been appointed to take Mr Monroes place U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Aug All Legionnaires and their friends were Invited to attend the parties held in the Post home every Satur day evening Plans are under way to make improvements to the build ing for community purposes and the members arc asked lo attend the meetings in larger numbers in the fu ture and take an active part In Legion activities MASTBAUM ESTATE SHRINKS The final executors account of the personal estate of the late Jules Mast bjumi Philadelphia motion picture magnate who died In 1926 was re turned unaudited to the Orphans Court files yesterday At the time of Mastbaums death the estate was valued at but since that time it hns shrunk considerably through decrease in security holding prices DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITAL mandcd by John D Pcnnlngton re gional director who was prohibi tion administrator of the district before the creation of the new di vision Previously there were thirtyfour agents in New Jersey four in Dela ware and ninetythree In Pennsyl vania the latter being divided throughout the three districts af the State The entire special aRCnts force of twentyfive under William J Dunl gan has been retained but Mr Dunlgan has been transferred to Baltimore Four of the six agents remaining In New Jersey will be stationed at Newark one In Camden and Ralph Young remains In Atlantic City The rest of the New Jersey slaff consists of H W Olscn who was deputy prohibition administrator and Samuel Cohen attorney HELD FOR IIKA1MNO arm and shoulder last night when he fell on an old bicycle wheel in the backyard at his home He was taken to the Chester Hospital where he was given treatment for the in juries HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY fBT UnKed Press Three persons were discharged from the Croicer Hospital yesterday The treasury net balance for August They arc Miss Emma Lang of Marcus 10 was Miscellaneous Hook Mrs Laura Brown 1HO West internal revenue receipt T W Brown 42 of 3G6 Parker street arrested early this morning at his home by Patrolmen Owens Pierce and Wright on a disorderly conduct HAVANA Aug dm natfc story of the army revolt against resident Gerardo Machado and of ils pathetic dash to the central army camp to plead for support was told today In a series of United Press in erviews with revolt leaders Thursday a small group of officers at the central camp Columbia went of heir commanding officer Colonel Castillo mid said they thought Ma chado should resign Captain Mario Torres Menler com mander of the army air fleld at Columbia told of yesterdays events Practically the entire armyunited and gave President Machado until noon today to get out he said The First Battalion at Castillo de In Puerza started the movement They Invited other units to joln and ask Mnchado for his resignation in order to avoid any bloodshed and any skir mishes between army units for and against him The air force here decided at to join I was delegatedto advlsa the President what we were doing Ka had learned of the revolt and uy that time had reached Columbia I went there and explained the viewi of the air force The Camp Columbia adjutant said that he agreed and the president realized that all branches of tha army were against him He said he n accord wllh Ihe opposition would transfer his mandate to some At this moment ihe Ambassador is one else and we gave him until noon conferring with army officers today to do so conipnnlcd Jullo chief of the Havana division who assumed There is no fear of any disturb ance There is obsolule order The army and the people will be like brothers Tt was expected that as n result of the conference at the palace Machado Continued on Last He received the news with stoic calm He said he wanted a strictly Cuban solution without fightintr among Cubans He excused himself and consulted General Herrera Ha returned and said You may now return to your or ganizations and be confident thLi will be settled ia such manner as to Continued on tast Page HELD ON DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGE Topics of Ti mes theatre on the basis of The picketers bore signs alleging that the theatre was not in accord with the American Federation of La bor There was no disorder and the picketers departed shortly after 10 oclock day was under sentence by Magistrate Norma B Carson to pay a flne of S100 and costs for working Mrs Jennie Hughes 62 an average of 89 hours a week The case was prosecuted by the Stale Department of Labor AT CONEY ISLAND River Captain Defends Fair Sex of Presen t Day were S335385032 Customs for the month through August were PREACHElRAPS BRIDGE PLAYERS Evangelist at Brandywinc Summit Camp Meeting Denounces Card Playing its that day j Fourth street Chester and Mrs Sara charge was held for further hearing I oms receipts i Wells of trainer Mrs Mary Kline Monday morning by Magistrate 10 Young of Woodride avenue Upiand was admitted PROTEST MILK PRICE INCREASE Farmers of This Section Meet and Consider State wide Strike Proposal Allen Shlrm of 1127 Hancock street was held In S500 bail for his appearance in court on the charge of operating an automobile while under the influence of liquor He was arrcslcd last night by James H Deavenport superintendent of police and taken before Dr H C Donahoo police surgeon who pronounced Shlnn Intoxicated John Robinson 44 of 2560 South Sixtyninth street Phila delphia who was with Shinn was discharged SAINTS IOOT STOLEN John R K Scott will be the chief counsel for the 96 indicted in this county according to a well defined re port If he secures the freedom of tha 9C all will say Great Scott Chester police realized something over from their recent circus which showed here six days There must have been an ungodly number of free passes remarks Bill Stewart Michael J Honan in police court this morning Girl evangelist in Chicago preaches nt citys beaches in scanty bathing suit probably on the theory that her hearers want the bare truth KIILKI IN CRASH RIEGESVILLE Pa Aug Lotzigescll 25yearold avia tor of Ottsville was killed when his automobile collided with another ma chine near here PARIS Aug foot of St Victor sacred relic of a fourth century Roman soldier was stolen to day along with a golden copy of ChrLsts crown of thorns from the church of St Nicholas Du Chardon net In the Boulevard St Germain Apparently the foot was taken for Its golden frame Ths king in a deck of cards in j Possibility of 1 Statewide milk 1 lust American Transform Flor enre Louise Booms Pal illusory Perhaps its fortunate on cant all tie town of Lcipsic Del where I was 2 Spill Golden Deeds Vnltina do what lie would like to for if he born At 16 though I couldnt stand the devil lurlnij people away from and God the Rev Charles strike loomed as members of an ex ecutive committee of the Committee Campbell Madelon Adele Kinjr Kelly Walter D Billr Jones Miss I could thcred be ten times as many it another day and lit out for Phila 7enonian Nuckois Boy Relso Joretla Helen Ann Weather clear racK heavy AT HAWTHORNE Well race Declared Weather clear track wouldbe sea captains as ships for them to command At any rate the hajikering for the sea has run in young mens veins long before old man Noah gave the signal to cast off For a man to have a father a sea captain and become anything but a seaman himself is as unlikely as harvesting a crop from grass seed Captain J A Phillips of the Wilson i der how much to believe the same day became a deck hand on the old Wilson liner of Every real sea captain must have a fund of stones that would make your hair curl and he must tell them with a twinkle in his eye Captain F Weisel D D evangelist of Scbj for Action of the Philadelphia Milk ring Fla declared In a sermon at I Shed Conference met yesterday near Brandwine Summit Camp Meeting j Hilltown Bucks county Opposition last night He condemned card play ing and bridge players in particular I have been informed Dr Wciglc continued that even during tht two weeks revival here upon this campmccting ground card games go on It chills my heart to think that as hes affectionately called there arc people here among us to pf watermelons certainly can tell the stories but the day claiming to be Christians who So it was with j twinkle in his eye make you won have cards in their home and play to the proposed increase in the price of milk under present conditions was voiced by the farmers and dairymen present On August 21 a vote will be taken on the strike pioposal after a re port is submitted to the regional committee of the dairymen Herrera Cuba Dictator Pledges Peace in Island U S Naval Observatory astron omers reveal that a giant meteor re cently hit the planet what hit us in 1929 is still unex plained By WILLIAM K HUTCIIINSON HAVANA Aug 1C33 by International News Service reproduction pro Alberto Herrera military dictator and potential pro visional president of Cuba today pledged restoration of order through out the Island Republic and continua tion of most friendly relations with bridge or worse he said a the United States will be distributed among dairymen In hls nrsl interview as dictator In Line His father grandfather and At any rate his first several years At this point the preacher con will fall in line if a general milk captained their i had pieniy of excitement plenty of playing as a sin against strike Is called No definite date has and apparently a good bit j Cod end the commandments of the been set for such a proposed strike Ulollu Jn hs nrsl interview as dictator yx the state asking whether they cluslvely with International NcVs greatgrandfather own ships j hard It never occurred to me that Id j be anythng else but a captain mused this quiet unassuming man who for t nearly 25 yers has worn a captains uniform I dont know how they did it but somehow they kept me in I school until I was 15 right in the lit of fun too You know smiled the j Bibe which will be punished sever and the matter of a milk holiday in captain by the time Id been quar upon the Day of Judgment i Pennsylvania will rest entirely upon termaEtcr on the Manhatten got Dr Welgel then spoke of what he my pilots license on the Fidette 1 called the great prayer meeting to been at mate on the Brandywine come or the meeting before God on Continued on Last Fkffe LM Page entirely upon the shoulders of the dairymen of ic State In indicating opposition to the Conliinf d on Laat he frankly told this corre spondent he expected lo become President of Cuba before the sun set again He announced however he would not accept the Presidency unless his choice were approved by United States Ambassador Sumncr Welles and the United States Government Herrera expressed the most kindly scnllrnents toward America He re called lo this correspondent his own service as a general In the Cuban army of liberation that fought side by side with American troops in the SpanishAmerican war Herrcra was interviewed in his great stone home on a hillside in ihe Vcdado section overlooking the city Army officers armed booted and spurred walked restlessly across the marble floors and conversed in groups on the illuminated curtainhung porch This correspondent waited while the dictator completed a conference with Alberto Barrcras president of the Cuban senate The dictator was graciousness Itself A rotunR man of short but dignified stature he looked every inch a soldier His bushy gray hair and short crisp This 40houraweec work limi tation promises to be pretty tough on some folks What will be the alibi now of the pokerplaying husband who returns home at 2 a m and tells his wife he has been working overtime on his job Boston professor says the average man could get along nicely by tha use of only 500 words You will no tice however that he did not in clude the average woman Continued on Lact Face The Weather WASHINGTON Amg The wtather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Partly cloudy probably followed by showers Sunday and in north and west portions tonight warmer tonight Pennsylvania Showers tonight or Sunday warmer in cast portion tonight slightly cooler in westportion Sunday afternoon TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 6210 a m 7 a m 6411 a m 8 a m 66 Noon 9 ft m 67   

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