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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 29, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WE DO OUR PART 58TH 17710 Dally Leased Wire Re Leased Wire of UiiHocl OP ami International News Service INSi CHESTER PA FJUDAY SKPTKMBHK 1M FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day FORD MAY CLOSE ALL PLANTS ON STRIKEJMEAT Motor Magnate Reported Stubborn on Demands of Men CHESTER STRIKERS URGE N j FORD WORKERS TO STRIKE EIGHTEEN PACKS Local Group May March on Detroit Edgewater N J Group Out SAN FRANCISCO Sept admitting that iOO em ployes were off the payroll it the Iord plant at Richmond today offi cials denied they were striking and declared 900 men were slili at work at the plant The Ford workers requested a 35 hour week with a minimum wage instead of the fourday week with a SIR wajre it was announced To accede lo the workmens request offi cials said it was necessary to lay off I the men as the seasonal de cbne in Ford sales lias set in DETROIT An at mosphere of tenseness prevailed at the Kouge plant of flic Ford Motor Company this morning as news of strikes in the Chester Pa and Edgc N J assembly plants of the company circulated amongthe great army of workers Main topic of apprehension was the possibility that Ford might again close down his entire industrial sys tem as he did last spring when his supply of bodies was cut off by strikes But at the office of W J Cameron Ford public relations counsel reports that Ford had definitely stated he might close his plants were denied Last springs walkouts however oc curred in independent plants under contract to supply Ford bodies Never before in recent limes at least has the Ford organization been seriously threatended by strikes among its own workmen Twelve hundred employes who walked nut nf dm against the short woVweck Edgewater N J yesterday morning to Induce employes there to do likewise Here the Chester strikers picketing the Kdgcwatcr strikers are shown EDGEWATER N J Sept the seeds of strike suc cessfully planted in the Ford Com panys assembly plant at Edgewater N J the Chester Pa strikers with drew today to organize their assault on Buffalo and Detroit The Chester men about 1200 strong spent the night in their automobiles parked along the Palisades and did not leave Edgewater until assured that no more than 300 employes of the Ford plant Ihfte had reported lor work YOM KIPPUR OBSERVANCE Sunset This Evening Will Usher in Holy Day of Atonement Yom Kippur the Day of Atone ment which is ushered in at sunset this evening is the most solemn and holy day in the Jewish calendar It is a day or rest fasting prayer penitence and spiritual awakening Its principal and immediate purpose is to arouse the consciousness of sin and to stimulate the desire for the atonement and for reconciliation with God The Hebrew word for repentance is teshubah which means literally re turn The concept of sin is that the sinner has strayed from the straight path of righteousness has trans gressed its boundaries and his re pentance is not complete until he has returned from his transgression to the true way of life Confession con It was originally planned to protrition and reconciliation with man ceed at once to Buffalo and thence and Goci are tho elements of a proper to Detroit after organizing the Edgerepentance which is no more spas water workers in their sympathetic niodic or monetary emotion bub a walkout but the leaders decided to i genuine return to the road of duty return to Chester when lack of funds unselfishness and loyalty i li i rm J i T TI PIKE DRUM MAJOR ON ALLAMERICAN Herbert Smcdley crack drum major of the Wesley J Cross Post American Legion at Norwood lias been signally honored by being named to the all American Drum and Bugle Corps which is picked eacli year by a na Uonalfccommittee The allAmerican Corps Is composed of both drum majors and musicians The 1933 members will meet at the Century of Progress on October 5 when a banquet will be served in thcir honor and emblems will be presented to each allAmerican U S PLANS FOR 375NEW SHIPS Huge Building Program to Be Submitted to gress in January Con necessitated refinancing ABOARD U S S HENDERSON AT Sept huge building program designed to main tain treaty strength of the United States navy for a period of 28 jears will be submitted to Congress by the i MINERS MARCH ON CARNEfHEPLANT 3000 Storm Gates at Clair ton Disorder Marks the Invasion TELLS LEAGUE JAPAN FOMENTS FAR EASTERN WAR Chinas Chief Delegate Wants Tokio Halted on Expansion Program Holland Forces German Jewish Problem Goeb bels Hits Back GKNISVA Sept Koal war in the F1U EUM unless Japan is hulled in her expansion program wns predicted today by Welling on Koo Chinese chief delrKali in in cnrnesi appeal to the League of Nations as sembly Do not lot the leumios covenant become a scrap of paper Koo said All signs in the Far East point to a major conflict within Die next few icars If the rovoimni nmmtUd to be a scrap of papor oast of Sura how can it become n realitv Europe Japan broke the league cov in seizing Hie new si said So Ions as he breaking of the covenant is left unsettled in araml I UTHtV PRICE TWO CENTS CLOUDY PUOUAIJLE FORECAST Cloudy probably with showers is he lorecast fur tminy in Kiislem Pennsylvania New Jersey Dohuvure iiiui Maryland U will fair to morrow The hlyhesl clolpliio yestrrdny 17 dfgrres a 4 1 and I he lnwrst JO at a in The nvcraue rennilned above normal Ijeinn 7J tlocrces compared to iiie theoretical M con sidered proper for The highest recorder on u September SB was 91 deKveos in lowest 44 hi 1818 tui the m m m Sunrise today was lit r 5s and sunset will be rr7 Kaslcrn Standard lime PRIZES PAINTING Likeness of Late Ceo E Darlington Oldest Law yer Gift of Relative SEE SOME HOPE OF ENDING PA SOFT COAL TILT Signatures on Wage Con tracts May Halt Spread of Strike Steel Dispute in 3 States However Seen Not So Promisingof Change sipi 2iNsi of hope streaked across the of iiarulyiod Industry In STRIKES OVER THE NATION WORRY TO US LABOR BOARD Chester Ford Plant Walk out in Which Mediation Failed One of Many 100000 Men Involved in Various Disputes Coal Trouble Worst WASHINGTON Snpt 29UP lliiNational Labor Boards decision lo attempt to mediate a strike on Motor Company workers Chester PH today pointed toward n direct test of slrcngtn between Henry Ford ami the Roosevelt ad ministration Tlio Delaware County Bur Assoclu covenant tion yestcrduy was presented wllli nn i ll deftiU of lawyer who died last 101st year IVmisylvtuiiii todny KlRiuiiurcs wore siTtiwlid tin wiim conlrucls which nuiy brlnn to iv peaceful close the KpreudinK wikUiU strike of ap pt oxiiiuvtely JtOOOO soflcoiil niineiS As uutilnst this primUKliiK devtlop inent biiltlc iiiics wire belun more tiphtly drawn in the Mrel strike now KUppiHK the IrlsUtc sllkes requiring the boards attention district of Pennsylvania West Vir1 um involving more than 100000 men Klnlu nnd Ohio the strike orljitnully I rtlcKrains arrived by ihe down ul Uu Welilon Ulf lnn board adjust disputes Hoard members considered Iord sltiwlion delicute and WIVS bul ollc dozen major Oroiw Fvre old lk In lilS pluivt has spwul 1UTOSS tho Ohio lur lnU vilk Uu Wcirlon Com PITTSBURGH Sept Thrce thousand striking menacing shouting challenging mob into nearby Clairtoii today and practically occupied the citv rnrtt F J 11 r puny plant there Vu remain if not an insurmountable ob stacle at least a stumbling block hi the path of new international auroe mcnus looking lo economic and mili tary disarmament l of Uiwlio was Introduced by illium Tal Sept iUPJ GENEVA forced the before the with a demand for a special commit tee to consider the plight of refusers blulls from alleged oppression Jonk Grnefr the Dutch delegation presented lol the assembly a resolution asking ap of a special committee on Willium Taylor told attorneys ttuvl her the oLjn I li T nun nui yreivi Gcrman Jewish problems j l1CAi Ws Ihsu Eylc u League of Nations today I w1 Hud furnished tand for a special commit mblUs Perry for use ider the plight of rcfuers blulls Ulk Eric during om alleged Nazi oppression I ae of 1812 For this nsslslance Jonkhwcr Andries Cornells Dirk dp Imvy Ere was Uirned out of iaeff foreign minister and head 1K by the Mrs Sisson m rtrtlnnn i i SVKl oil L IIP t nlrmi t ft v the t byproducts plants of national minorities to study the prob Si PPI In MA r stop stage The day is highly regarded among Navy Department in January it was j the Carnegie Steel Company Cheering they surged against and then stormed the gates of the plant They ripped the clothes from some of the office workers grabbed and hurled away the dinner pails of some of the millworkers and attempted to upset an auto containing several workmen Up and down a dozen blocks of the citys main thoroughfare the invaders staged which broke up and formed again sporadically hopelessly bottling up traffic They shouted their demands for recognition at workers en route to the mills They cried warnings that they were out stay until Frick signs It was from the Pay controlled by the H C on demonstration home to in front of NRA headquarters where a committee of 14 was to meet with NRA officials in an attempt to mediate the strike The plant remained open taut officials were inconstant communication with the home office j the cvc of thp dlv S AMhe day issued to 1000 former Ford workers served Places of business offices and factories are closed and synagogues both Reform and Orthodox are thronged with worshipers As with Sabbath and all Jewish holidays the day is observed from evening to evening service beginning on on the dav proved ineffective The Edgewater strike The day has a most wholesome and spiritualizing influence Its appeal in strength when the American Feder but a direct appeal to the human heart and conscience an emphasis ation of Labor threw its support on the side of the men Hugh V Reilly New Jersey organ izer for the federation opposed the walkout at first because the workers were not fully organized by the union but after a committee voted to go on strike Reilly announced he would help in every possible way The Edgewater strike committee will hold a meeting today to draw up their demands which have not yet been formulated They are expected to ask a minimum 35hour week a min imum wage of and abolition of overtime and loss of time caused by breakdown of machinery The Chester delegation carried on the picketing in front of the plant during the night but by morning the Edgwater workers were sufficiently organized to do their own picketing As the hour to begin work approached about 1200 of the 2044 workers had assembled in front of the building State local and county police were on duty but there were no clashes and they were expecting none as the strike leaders had assured them no violence would be attempted Police Chief Frank Joret estimated that no more than 250 men braved the jeers and sneers of the strikers and entered the plant to go to work DETROIT Sept Henry Ford wants to keep his gigantic Continued on Page Thirteen HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press Continued on Page Thirteen CHAIN RED SPEAKER TO THWART POLICE Midcity traffic in Philadelphia came to a standstill during the lunch hour today when Communists staged a demonstration in front ol the BelievueStratford Hotel in the heart of the citys business district In order to forestall police removal of their speaker May Brooks they chained the girl to a telephone pole While scores of police swung their clubs among the demonstrators at tempting to break the rally others tried vainly to sever the chains Another speaker barricaded him self in a room high up in the hotel and proceeded to address the mob from a perch on the window while police were breaking through the door Many arrests were made Thousands of store clerks and stenographers free during their lunch hour stopped to watch the demonstration clogging Broad street at its busiest intersections Tlie will be on the assumption of the Navy Department that London treaty provisions may not be renewed by world powers after 1938 The average annual expenditure until 1962 under the projected build ing plan was estimated at The navy would be built to treaty strength by 1939 through construction of a large number vessels during that sixyear period came In trucks and autos hey raced into town from the coal fields of the southwestern Pennsylvania region After four hours they moved out of the city voting to return when the workers leave the plant Early today they formed their lines at Waltersburg near Uniontown and then began the march to Clairton in an attempt to draw out 6000 men in the steel plants to bolster the 10 000 Thereafter the project involves re stce workers and the 80000 holiday placements in obsolete equipment mmers already on strike and average ships looking toward than 100 law officers county maintenance of the navy at the I deputies companv guards treaty limit and Clairton by help The plan calls for construction of 375 ships to include 20 battleships eight airplane carriers 22 heavy i cruisers light cruisers 201 dej McKEE ENTERS N Y MAYORALTY RACE Continued on Page Thirteen stroyers and 99 submarines The first ships would not be built until 1D35 GEN JOHNSON IS STILL IN HOSPITAL WASHINGTON Sept Though physicians at Walter Reed Hospital continued to report Brigadier General Hugh S Johnsons condition as satisfactory the administrator of the National Recovery Act remained at the Government Hospital today becausa of a slight temperature AN EMERGENCY CALL The rescue wngon of the Frank lin Fire Company answered nn emer gency call from Second and Dock streets late yesterday afternoon and removed Mary Thomas of 210 Ful ton street who had suffered a sud den attack of illness to the Chester Hospital AT ROCKIXGHAM PARK Bryn Athyn Advice Idie Stefan Campbell Bar Weather cloudy track muddy AT GRACE Clicraw Hinp Crosby Rocksun Scrcnabit Maiden 4rRicks Little Winps Lcc Miss Catalan Pernickety Constance Ann Eddie Lehman Weather clear track slow AT WASHINGTON PARK Lamp Black Tar Water Jacobs Ladder Sweet Lassiev Gal Broadxvay Belle VETERAN ILL EMMS LIFE Resident of Second Ward Shoots Self During Ab sence of His Familj Worry over his fast failing health and also suffering from wounds suf fered during the World War Gardis Trumbull 34 1006 East Twelfth streetended his life by shooting yes terday in his apartment home His wife Mabel was visiting rela tives close by when the shooting oc curred and apparently no one in thc apartment house heard the shot as the tragedy was notdiscovered until thc victims two sons John 13 and rcturtlef1 home from school seeking then father and when they saw him lying in a pool of blood on the floor of the bedroom they ran out screaming JUNIOR BOARD FOR HOSPITAL NEW Joseph amazing YORK Sept VU LlIU Ol AT C I 1 for the refugees a purely studied nt the riulR al matter in which the league dcllllw of nnd resumed lem of German refugees in Europe Holland did not want lo enter the internal affairs of Germany de Gracff said but considered the question of relief for technical was competent to act The resolution declared that the presence of many German refugees in certain European countries had brought economic financial and social problems with which the league must deal but close the taken war Later sUttr E wont lo the Kensington section of i luladelphiu and established a shin building plant Eyres son Willinm who was Mrs Sissons grandfather was nu architect m Philadelphia the speaker said GENEVA Sept Joseph Goebbels chief German dele gate to the League of Nations As sembly today invited Jewish leaders CoiJlimied on I Thirteen MOOSE CASH AWARDS FIGURE AT TRIAL NEW YORK Sept legality of cash awards fit charity joined Uie walkout ilem nition of the Amalgamated Associa tion of Kloil Iron nnd Tin Workers Tlu new wage scale iiercuinnits signed by ofltcluls of the Coal Con trol AfiiOLialioa of Western Pennsyl vania mid the United Mine Workers Ford did not A direct Ihe nulomobila showdown between of America were UK Uu most promising move toward ending the bituminous coal strike by Mondny Oct 2 when tlii industrys NRA code becomes cllcctlvc More than 70000 miners employed by members of thu association lue Conlliuidl un 1agc Twelve ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATION PLANS balls was questioned by Rodney H Brandon former supreme dictator of Goebbels nskcd Jewish leaders to say whether they wanted to classify German Jews as a national racial minority or to continue them as Ger man citizens Minority status would give them international protection under treaties but they would cease to be even technically German citi zens Further pin us for tlio local Armis tice Day celebration wire made at a meeting of the general committee held lust evening iu lie American Legion home 227 West Seventh street It has been definitely decided to hold the unveiling ceremonies of a memorial shaft nt Uie Immaculate Heart cemetery in the morning unil thp afternoon event will be the dedi cation of a war memorial on Ihe American Legion Iriiuigulnr plot of ground nt Thirteenth street nnd Providence avenue In the afternoon HEBREW AID SOCIETY MEETING testified today Status Senator many prominent Gover Jnmcs J Davis for his part alleged lottery Brandon declared he protested against the idea in a conversation with Judge Henning in Moosehcart IH home of the order which grew from 24G members in 1906 to 250 000 members in 1910 under the organizing direction of Senator Davis Davis was not paid for his work Brandon declared of the National Guard Preceding nn i Jle afternoon events thele will be n parade In which veteran units church nnd fra ternal organisations will participate LOG A iTWREMEN TO ATTEND SESSIONS en mm ami the NRA was averted on i hut score when the NRA held he would be considered to be complying with Its policies so long as lie abided by Uu codes terms The strike now MS raised the itsue whether lie will dciil with the NRA in nny way Chairman Robert P Wagner oC llii laljor board dccldnd to undcrlako an eel ncRotliUions with Pord ofllclnla in UiHioll after lords action in MuiUlng clown of the Chester assem bly pliint blocked local mediation ef forts there expressed confidence thn A large number of active members A well attended meeting of the Hebrew Sheltering and Ladies Aid Initiation fees ranging from to Society held at the Ohcv Sholom I were considered the organizers bynagogue on West Eighth street i commissions and that of his staff Wednesday evening marked the openj 5ad Brandon irg activities of the organization for Harry II Shanor dictator of Ho was to find his own pay in the of the Moyamensing Hook nnd Lnd irscs of the public the former su der Company and the Good Will Fire purses preme dictator explained the current season New York Moose lodge said Theodore It was with regret that the mem GMiller on trial with Senator Dnvis bers of the society received the resig was Present in Ihe boat in 1932 when as successor to Mayor James J Walker after col lapse of the Walker regime last year announced today his candidacy for Mayor of New York City McKee enters a campaign in which fusion forces already were making the most determined fight of many years against Tammany Hall His entrance creating a three cor nered race between Tammany fu sion and his own antiTammany forces threw the political situation into utter confusion and disheart ened a large socalied refrom group which had hoped for a clearcut cam paign between Tammany and the RepublicanDemocratic coalition wm ne The three principal contenders for Center nation of Mrs A L Lahn as vice thc tickets were drawn president of the society which office i she has filled with distinction and diligence for the past seven years Mrs Lahn has been prominent in every endeavor of Uie society since her election and has set a high stand ard to be followed by her successor in office Mrs Louis Lewinstcin who BEVERAGE ACT INTERPRETATION received the appointment in rccogj Marks Hcflrilltrs on nition of her recent successful enter JHfeh OH nition of her recent successful enter prises in behalf of the society A complete and interesting report was furnished at the meeting discrib ing all activities in which the society has participated during the past year and the members planned tions to Have Restaurant Beer Licenses Revoked Numerous interpretations of the new Beverage Act were heard at in Media yesterday when Assistant Dis the mayoralty are now John P OBrien Tammanyelected mayor in 1932 at a spscial election called to replace James J Walker who had resigned and gone to Europe hei there i r g nc havc the bcer S maomc M CH 3 j taurants revoked Company No 2 nre planning to at tend the sessions of the nmuial State Firemens Association convention to be held in Lock Haven Pa on Oc tober i 4 nnd 5 An invitation tons been extended to the members of Ihe Moyamensing Company to join with members of the Limvood Pire Company making the trip to Lock Haven In motor buses BIGAMISfSEEMS TO BEINA DAZE Upper Darby Man Made No Effort to Hide His Second Marriage with Betty Compton Fiorcllo Laquardia former con Wednesday October 25 when thern i g V c to llavc the WlUbe Hook The caseagainst Alex Nicholaid in j one of iiiosc things I cant explain ic 300 block East Tenth street Mar it except that I just went crazy over 1 HntjK rrmttnnnrT fri n rril SENIOR HIY MEETING G Edward Barnes 30 Maypole road Stpnchurst Upper Darby in custody on bigamy charges explain ing to detectives why lie married Miss Margaret M Finegan 28 of Fiftysecond street near Springfield avenue Philadelphia though he al j ready hnd a wife said Its Just Hook was continued for an in Officers of the Senior HiY Club Ignite PC nod because of lack of ovi of the Y M C A will hold a special the girl Barnes lived with his first wife s r while the cases against John Mrs Marv Barnes whom 1 c meeting this evening at 7 oclock at Miistakus and Jacob Mark both of 13 years aeo mti list the Y M C A building Seventh the block Tenth street were 5 K il gressrnan Republican liberal backed street and Edgmont avenue in order i continued to November 8 by for lunch The children I r antiTammany Democrats and to plan for the program of their In tllc Ncholnids case it was shown That morning he left ostensibly his work as a salesman for a papor concern the regular Republican organization i ing meeting next Monday cveniiiff April 4 thc was j simdav neighbors said to the first V McKc navor for a and to rehearse the induction cere ldctl county detectives and Ihrce Mrs Earned nil nL j lvti m ttiwu Lim board could adjust tlio dispute and the uliint reopened if Ford would permit It to arbitrate He declined lo say whnt Ills next move would ba if 1oid refused but declared pointedly thai the board hnd the full forca or the NRA behind H Grave concern wni felt over tho continued tinup of Pennsylvania conl mines owned by the H C Frick Coke Co subsidiary of the giant U S Steel Corporation Some NUA offi cials expressed npprcnltcnslon over spread of the strike to the sleel nillls The Frlck Company hivs not signed the bituminous code which bccomci effective Mondny The NRA insists the code will apply regardless whether the company signs but miners flghu int for recognition of their union clare they not return to work until the company agrees in black and white to the provisions ol the code Ruarnuteelng them freedom to organize Donald NRA chief counsel and Deputy Administrator Kenneth Simpson have been engaged in closely guarded negotiations with cotil company executives for more limn n week Early this week It wns said developments were expected Continued on Fugit Thirteen OF HIS MOTHER John L Mvilhall manager of Warner Brothers Stanley Theater in this city called to his home in Scrimton Pa yesterday afternoon by the death of his mother Mrs MulhnU was 52 years old In addition to his connection with the local motion picture concern Mr Mulhnll is a captain in Ihe Reserva Corps of the United States Army nnd ls an assistant Instructor in ar tillery at the Pennsylvania Military College INITIAL MEETING The Initial fall meetmp of tha directorate of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce was held yes terday afternoon at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street many matters of a business nature being acted upon The meeting was presided over bv President Albert R Granger Topicsof Times E s njt it uut tw t iiutli KIC int UC t JOIl CClC 111 C p 1 S C S between the Wnlkor and monies which will take place at the OBricn regimes protege of Edward j meeting Planned to Aid Chester Institution J Flynn Bronx Democratic leader nnd close to the national achninisira tion Organization of a Junior Board for the Chester Hospital is being per fected by a committee from the senior Board of Malingers under the chair manship of Mrs Samuel D Clyde of Swarthmore UliS is bcingi woes par undertaken to widen cooperation on cnts Only the immediate family and the part of the community served by intimate friends will be thP madfi hpr GRANTED CERTIFICATE Eastern Pennsylvania motor truck MISS fluPONT MARRIES TODAY WILMINGTON Del Sept marriage of Miss Emily Jrt L i i i f of Mr and Wilmington and F Grosvenor Smith of Worces ter Mass will take place this after ofb ld interest in thc affairs of thc hospital by representatives of groups in tho city and nearby sections The committee assisting Mrs Clyde is made up of Mrs William A FaUon j operators holding certificates from Mrs A R Granscr Mrs C Herbert tnc Public Service Commission today Mrs w W Macfarlane Mrs i included Paul Galvin of this city otlficcl Yankee Waters MiesFlip Detective Roy Seaman was assieiied with Detective Hardman to investi gate the case Seaman was greatly shocked when he learned the victim was his brotherinlaw He found a note written by Turnbull in which forgiveness and aiso left W a electrician cm Bud Ie Flore Never Murphy Helen Rah clear rack pood a highly nervous condition for several weeks and lost considerable weight HP I from William Ward 3rd and Mrs Florence i W Wilson i One of the first projects to beiin dertaken is a Thrift Shop similar to those in other cities where article sohcitcd from homes will be on sale This will be made a permanent fixi ture and is expected to yield consid erable revenue to the hospital A commodity shop will be opened in the hospital it is planned for the sale of fiower toilet articles and other objects desircd by patients Members of thc Junior Board will be in charge i A series of entertainments and other social activities dedicated to the raising of funds for the hospital i likewise rrn in tho making with defij never nite plans to be announced after thc j war wound 1 final organization of the board I ln TRKASHKV BALANCE WASHINGTON 29 raided by county detectiVel anithree slot machines seized Paul and Michael j yo read in the V JLM u ii tuc ciciPiitinriL j license to R M iiiiccjmi Su v iinci Tile idea of selling burial lots on time is ald to be spreading Wouldnt it be great fun o die ahead of time just for a last laugh on the collector Theres no banana and no oil m banana oil say sciejitists Just a dash of pyroxolincsome amyl ncetatc sonic acetone lets just keep on calling it banana oil Just at a time the government doing everything it can to crests jobs thousands are showing little re gard for them Whitey Pierce says Henry Ford could ouVS most of the trouble if he cared lo the OTn r 27 was SI internal triM JudCe Iha Nicholaids i Miscellaneous should not havc a bcer license having ue receipts that day 1 violated the section which provides for the month through Sent were i S2950787070 found that nnd Miss Finegin got a license Saturday and they were to be married at the Continued on 1age Tliirlecn Conlimicrl on Pnpe Thirteen ANOTHER VIEW OF CHESTER STRIKERS IN NEW JERSEY One Ad Sold All Seventy Pullets Seventy Rhode Island Red pul lets advertised for sale by the Holmes Bakery at Holmes were ill disposed of after a oneday in sertion of a Times classified ad The puHets of April hatch and a most desirable bargain were eag erly sought after there bcing no ess than 49 answers to the ad vertisement We sold every one through the ad which appeared in the Times was Ihe comment made by the de lighted advertiser the West Coast was identified as nothinK other than an ordinary sea otter This was giad news for thou sands who took the pledge under a serious misapprehension Those rioting convicts at the East ern Penitentiary neednt be afraid that they will be put in Jail for what they did Some smart Aleck has invented a new milk bottle that will hold tho milk back whe nthe cream is poured off What cream can be mean Thc Presidents proclamation nj Fire Prevention Week ought to maka a hit with those who expect to cet fired The Weather WASHINGTON Sept 29 The weather forcast Kastcrn Tcnnsvlvania New Jersey i Fair toniRhl and Saturday showers afternoon or night not much change in Icmpcraturc Uestcrn Tcnnsylvania Fair to night followed by showers Saturday not much change in tempature Chester Ford strikers aw rhown aKovr ouisidc thc KdRcwattr X T fartnry exhorting tlw men to walk out their pleas were heeded Some hundreds left work in sympathy with the movement and TODAVS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 i m 8 a in a m 10 a m 70 ll a m Noon 1 p m 2 p m 71 72   

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