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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              1 i 11 PATHS THAI LtAO OUT INTO I Hf WOULD EDUCATIONAL WEEK FINAL EDITION With All ami Best News of the Day R8TH 17715 Ually 1 paseil Wlrr RctJOrts of Unit pel 1rrss IUP nud IntorimUoiiHl News service irSI CllKSTEK I1 A THURSDAY NOVKMMKK TWKNTYTWO PACKS DUCK TWO CENTS USRUM TRAFFIC MAY COME UNDER NRA CODES DEC 5 Would Be Applied in All But 19 Wet States Over Marketing Practices and Control Re tail Already Called at White House SOVIETS MESSENGEROFSTATE CHEERFUL UNDER FIRE11 BY CAMERAMEN Those Serving Prison Terms for Prohibition Offenses Likely to Finish dons and Ptiroles Frowned ment Work to Continue after Utah became the 36th stale to i vote for ratification of the 21st Amendment At the conference not only control but taxation and other liquor probj lems faced will be considered Present federal taxes on spirits are a a WASHINGTON Nov the prompt calling of the White Continued warfare against the illicit House conference within a few hours litjuor traffic was decreed by federal agencies today as it was indicated that NRA and AAA codes might he utilized to control the legalised liquor industry when Prohibition ends De cember 5 Distillers have filed a marketing agreement with the Agricultural gallon with an added levy of Adjustment Administration and a I gallon on imported liquor code of fair practice with the NRA The coast guard simultaneously It was pointed out that vintners and mobilized its forces to ward off an j brewers might be brought under i expected Hood of smuggled foreign similar codes to give the government liquor complete regulatory power t North Atlantic rum row has Indications that this form of co become more active than at any time trol would be exercised over tUo l within three years Coast guard ad newlvlcgalized liquor industry wcre 1 vices indicated that smuggling rings contained in the creation of a bevi make a bigcleanup by run erage section in the processing and ninFj marketing division of the Farm Ad ministration and the summoning of Secretary o Agriculture Wallace toa i w White House conference on liquor problems tonignt Hurley ol the Justice Departments The AAA coqe not only could re tforcemnnt unit pointed out how OFFICIAL COUNT OF VOTES POLLED GETS UNDERWAY Tabulating Hoard Begins Work Under Supervision of hidtfo A while scarf at his tliroat his brownish red hair ruffled by the wind Maxim Jilvinnv Russias chuhlty genial Commissar of For eign Affairs looked forward seriously his conversations with President Roosevelt on recognition Hut then lie reminds himself of a hope In voired bark in when he saiil The only trip Ihnl iotihl uivi me a thrill of pleasure would Ina diplomatic mission to the Now it semis hat his dream of recognition might come true after all Ct Am li arrive in tin lie Kith anniversary nf lie llolshiviU Uivohiiion In Itnssia Well his h indeed a co incidence livsules his is In ilKlincUnii of 1 in the first Communist state ullirlal lo arrive at Hie capital since the War Spumed tinWhile lloiisf it licit us Kovlei iiiiiliiissailor In Hie I S in MILS lilvinov shrctviiesl diplomat hopes now ivlth Ihe aiil of InPresident to close lie liclivccn Ills ciiiinlry ami the United States tens of thousands of cases jtion the official view was that pro AlinOUllCClllCnt RECOGNITION OF i 75 DEAD IN CUBA RUSSIA SPEEDED j AS REBELS FIGHT BY ROOSEVELT HAVANA FORCES Likely to Within Next ever thai the policy for some time tiuire the use of Americangrown products in the manufacture of j has been to concentrate against large i liquor wines and aid the distillers and distributors and lo igi farmers but could regulate marketing nore speakeasies and smalltime boot Fad I Mostly Civilians Caught in Crossfire of the Hatlie Yesterday Of Be Made 8 Hours practices Codes of the speakeasies NRA could icggers rinov Hull and State ot War Exists to Confer Again j eminent Suys It Cov Will control retail outlets and take care policy will fit in precisely with I TodilV Oil ISSUO of the interim situation m wet states the governments activities after re1 Suppress Uprising Nov HAVANA Nov UPlPnMieiit where control measures have not been peal Enforcement agencies then will adopted by the time the 18th Amendi make every effort to stamp out pro WASHINGTON inent is repealed There are 19 wet auction by unlicensed distillers and Secretary of State Hull and Foreign Glllu Slm Martin agreed this after Eleven have enacted control to protect the legitimate ones who Commissar Mivim itvinm nf iTm noon lo an nouls truco wuh 70n pav taxes uxim 01 me iebcls barricaded behind the stout Production by licensed distillers has Sovict tociay renewed their walls of the Alares fortress The sov increiised six limes during the past attack on the problems impeding eminent hoped to arrive at an nyrce The administrations determination month in preparation for repeal I American recognition of ihe Soviet mcntI01 their evacuation to deal promptly with ihe liquor situ Proclamation To the Citizens of Chosirr Saturday next thr llth Armistice may we again pay tribute to the vulor of the liv ing and Ihp sacrillci of Ihe dead On this diiy of years alter tin cUxsing of the Kieat conlllri may we ask to remember I he men who cave so much Therefore may 1 ask that fliips and bunting be displayed on Sat urday next and that our body join in the programs of tribute ivt the Immaculate Jlcart cemetery morning exerciser and in the afternoon at the gun plot Ut Thirteenth siroul junotian Pi evidence avonie and Upland stircl Irst we WILLIAM WARD Jr Mavor POLITICS FACES RUM SELLERS NEW LEADERS IN Republicans Plan to Ue Woman coup Defections Mani DETAIL GRAFT states laws and arrangements have been made for early legislative action in some of the others ALL COMPLAINTS MUST BE BON A F1DU iest in Lale Election Retirement of Vare De1 manded in 1hila many Plans NT Y Battle i HAKRISHUKG Pa Nov l a t e city and faced he iibfolute necessity of recouping de Then Says She Was 1 o Sell Doublecrossed g of Beer Trucks and Iaymcnt of Told by Witomski How she was inlluenced to become n still operator by John Dolun a eom nilssioner of Ridley township after death of Confulenec in Outcome Is Expressed by Leaders of Major Parties Oath M otlSeo was lulmlnisfeivd U noun today to Hie members of thj Otliclsil lietnrns Homt of Hie elec tions who In lie presene0 il Jiulgi MiiclJadi In iho Court house J Harvey Smith was appointed sitperimeiHleiii Of ihe oiVieinl board and W iturliin HlRljy assistant super intendent Albert J Williams an nt lorney nnnoiinced himself us tho ItKill npiiseiualive of Ihe Repub lican caiiitiditlcs ami Attorneys Frank U Hliudes and Albert Marls nn noimeeii themselves as legal reprc Mlitiillvts of ciUKlidales of the Demo irriilU party Deiiioeriitif wiilchers present wero Charles V Pierce of Norwood and Mrs Mildred llgenlrU of Yeadon As llu opening of the meeting lhero were no watchers present for thn Republican parly The oflioiiil count nnd counlywidf cheeking of the more than eighthun dred precincts returns began as soon I a the members had been Instructed as m Iheir duties Judge MncDari at noon read to the members of tho hoard u number of cluusis in the law their duties and gave them jpedal instructions concerning nil MejjLslailun pertinent lo the huge task t which is greiilly niigmcnted his dec jllon by the necessity of handling thn whieh will bring back some memories of the days when Ihe entire election was bundled by paper ballot Kvery rilurn imuie by ihe LnbulnU Ing board will be luvnited by voters ns many believe thnt the result ot ihe elect Son will be in doubt until the olllcial count is completed The Hepiibliciii candidates ex pressed confidence yesterday Unit the majorities sniiill as ihoy are indi cated in a recheel of Ihe unofncial reliirns will stand when the official luisbiuul In lOJH count has been completed feet ions wherever possible in an at under the promise of protection from at ion after repeal was indicated by HAVANA bid by the for state mid EDUCATION PLAN UNIVERSAL PEACE IS PROGRESSING NEED STRESSED i As a result of work done yesterday Roosevelt Secretary and Fi I vinov I not be suprised if 311 of the S diplomatic spade bv President i L state Hull incut of 700 rebels in the Ataras for at 11 a m from heavv field Emergency Measure Is Speaker Tells Kiwanians Proving Beneficial to j Special Students by durable machine gun fire and i sporadic longdistance attacks by of the ABC supporting the the PennsylvaniaDelaware district hai advised the Chester nnd Dela couuty compliance directors it has been brought ti his Vt tcntion that many complaints of vio tempt to oflsel a viclorious democracy national unices in Ihe cnmpaiun i The stronglybuilt Republican machine fashioned in the reconstruc tion years following the Civil War and strengthened since by such ers p Quay Pemoe Vare and Coyne Khsikcn to ihe very smallest of lation of the terms of the Presidents j iUi by the gains registered Ruinsky of ruid by cither county or township authorities and Ilicn doublecrossed by Oolim WHS told by a womun on the witness stand in Federal court this iiiurnini at the trial where 75 de iemleiius of tliis county nre being tritd for cunspirticy to violate the pruhibilion laws Tile won inn was Mrs Stella Nathan P Pichin Democratic county chairman aiul his partys candldiite for sheriff against Gcn on Tact T MAN INJURED who tolrt tlmt had I Concerted LfFort Should technital barriers to recognition i T i r i i j 1 Ths vital point of the conversations DC Made by Nations iwas to be reached later in the day between lac the White House Litvinov The emergency education plan ol Speakin j of at the Armistice meeting i Mr Chester Kiwanis Club held1 From the N R A which is beius underi OI UK i yesterday afternoon in the Y taken m this city under direct super W C I A building Seventh and Sproul vision of s committee of local educai streets Rev William R McNutt of tors headed by Dr David A Ward superintendent of schools and the Crozar Seminary who served over sens during the World War visiting county committee headed by Dr Carl i hospitals and caring for the wounded Leach county superintendent which i advocated the theory of ultimate forms the connecting link with the peace to the world by a concerted ef national recovery administration is j fort to prepare for peace rather than progressing satisfactorily to prepare for war an olncial source it was learned the following outline of pro gress on the three main points im peding recognition 1 The problem of communist prop aganda in the United Stales prob ably will be solved merely by a joint undertaking between the United of Between 50 and 75 bodies of civil ians who were caught in cross fire rebels and government forces were in hospitals and the morgue unofficial reports said There were perhaps injured them women A state of war existed the island Business in Havana was paralyzed and few pedestrians were the 5 government was confident It would suppress today Hie last of i A man suflcred a sprained anklo Ll lulu Vl0 automobile trucks were reemployment agreement us well as i by Democrats and Independent He in IJliH her husband died after shortly before noon today the cocics approved by tho President publeant in the municipal upsets of Illness of more than two years Fo nt tllc iuterscclion of MacDade boule arc beinf withheld for fear of tiisclosi Tuesday Ing the name of the complainant He wishes to that com of discontent were the rumblintK were audible cleiir across macliinc a Pitt5burli to the Vare leadership at Phihuklphlii plaints received by the local pliance boards as well ns those rr ccived by the oflic of the compliance j director are held in iiljsoUitc confi lowing Ills death the woman who wns llnd Kedroii avenue Folsorn Today howover ihe first rumblings kflwith three children said she was 110 accident happened when one Dulan she said came f 10 vehicles driven by Thomas J in dire need lo her home one her Why dont According to her lime uiul Mild you to i Murray of 112 West Highland ave nue Chestnut Hill traveling cast nn From Philadelphia came reports of plitU that he was brole ind Dolnn i vehicle testimony she IR the boulevard crashed into the other driven by Francis Pol dencc and that no complainant need impending cliniiuuls for the retire is alleged to liuve said Ill buy you hck of M30 Manton street Phila of William S Vuro shrewd u ftili and lhingredients lor making dclpilla The impact caused thn States and the Sovict Union not to opposition Civilian and police rebels interfere in the domestic aliairs the other 2 Claims nnd have fear that his name willbe re vealed In case of any accidental violation of the confidential nature of the complaint the local compliance board and the district compliance di rector will feel it their obligation to protect the complainant from beiti discharged for making a comphiint Those who have bona fide political man who threw his liiiuor nnd you cim startIn1 profession by existing economic condii and brotherhood He decried the fact tions are already showing a good enj thai 2QOO years of Christian civiliza rolimcnt in the second week I lion hart not obliterated wars in At the Y VV7 C A building one j direct anlhesis of the ideals of broth of the class centers the cooking and erliood He also said that wars had swin classes which now have an f often grown from the dynamic doc curollment of 30 pupils under the trincs of some Christianity uperision of Mrs Erank Smith arc Today no man anywhere would meeting on Monday and Thursdav speak against peace openly no mat afternoons for the sewing from 2 to i what his feelings were Rev Wc Czarist Government by private Amer Continued on Tape Sixteen HOSPITAlTDONATION DAY 4 oclock and for cookinc on Tuesdays Nuttt said when he referred to the i snd Fridays durinR similar hours development ol Christian spirit in I Under the present plans arranged j of the world nnd those whom I p bv Mrs Smith and the committee they face as speakers Peace wnso rxlrn courses and schedules to suit i said to be the central key to an increasing needs of the pupils rcgis male world brotherhood A large Rroup of ladies interested fir terms will be set up Among those j viewing tne problem with his cusMn the work of the hospital and home j v Jiow enrolled there are many who nre ternary broad Pev Mei were present at 1 oclock this after as of sought to overthrow Grau in an upi i rising that was to have broken rhose wh bona f1010 fom TJniled simuUaneouslv in towns all over i lo lo K0 ilie l coinpliance oirector withcut Rebels held some police stations felr r adverse consequences H is j the Drasones and Guanabacoa bar ouc lne complaints should racks and the Atarcs fortress a1 be confined to veal Fighting was centered on the grievances and should not deal with strongly defended and well munitioned and barracks on the harbor front near the Central Railway station i The gunboats Cuba and Patria tTI botn damaged in firing Uiiorilv FAI yesterday cooperated with land forces 1 Snow fell in this area yesterday The rebels position was strengthj tmernoon The Weather Bureau snyj ened by possession of tho Aares j the mercury probably will climb and powerful support to Herbert Hoover j when the latter was fighting des perately for the Republican prrsl dcntlnl nomination at Kansns City the man who took he toga of lead ership from Boies Penrose and created one of the most powerful organizations of modern The witness stated that her forced her lo take up theto the roadway i truck owned by Polllck to turn over cirun the highway Pollick being hurled mamiiuclurc1 of liquor in still i Piillick was taken by Ridley town vhich Dolan personally brutlghl to ship police lo the Taylor Hospital her homo Aftir she got started Mrs Huilisky said she paid Dolun 5i per Likewise ai Pittsburgh whore thou sands nf workers securely placed for years in wellpaid jobs by Republi can patronage but now faced with political trnci to the vicior b r Ridley Park where his injury was treated Police say Murray disre for pioUftiun money She also garded the stop sign at the inter on tlie stand that DoUm told section of the two highways he wciultl pay Holh drivers were placed under kfili his mime arrest by JohnMcAieer captain ot police of Ridley township and they raided will be arraigned for hearing beforn Miigislrale Rnymond Hood of Fol soin In the police station tonight her If she riiidia her tin f it she would out of lhi case Finally she said she was and was tried nnd convicted of the charge and was fined S300 nnd costs FALL YESTERDAY longs the spoils will be eased out i amounted to S319 mid WHS wn lo months in i CLOUDY SKIES TODAY Crmlinucil on Iac Twenty she hud completed her seni TO1 toi COLD 13U TOMORROW Annual Donation Dny Is being ob erved today at the J Lewis Crozer Hosrjital where the home nnd Fortress at uic south corner of the j light rain may fall this afternoon have been thrown i harbor on the capital side and thej The snow flurries yesterday were T carried a bitini fire against the two little gunboats which in the fighting yesterday sent hore several boatloads of wounded I T c c l j l v r i bv Mrs Smith and the committee they face as speakers Peace was I open to the scneril public for vis Buannbacoa Barracks across the narj the first of th year in ti iting row harbor Both sent damaging s Strong west winds carr i Null told of the two schools of Continued on noon when a luncheon served Captain Guillcrmo Ma null of the 1VVJ1 t iunijit jii v uj r Sixteen s thought on the attainment one be m the main tho aus an orcc was reported to be in com 1 longing to those who claim it can be pices of the of the HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Iy United Press AT IMMLTCO i Wart Masked lestrr Dream Royal Oharjjr ncrkvillc Inir Crest Spanish Ilmilton Roy Mine Myerson Play Swnrtl raft Portdcn Vark Trehoy Jim Robin WraShrr clomly track fast AT IATONIA Sontham Princrss Ocla Vrsrr Rlack Nose lonl Tlpnn j Rarnoy Scrton Rallyhoo Thunj rtrrtonc Clnrc flieroker motive set Are to cross ties of the j Pennsylvania Railroad bridge which spans Reancy street at Fifth street llasf night An alarm sounded from 213 and district tire companies responded The flames were qui quenched The loss was trifling iCOROUfSlURY I FREES MOTORIST i 1 liospital Continiieilnn Pane Sixteen i Friends and interested patrons arc in the of do iKOhftMES I nation day by giving mraiy ussful Sparks from the firebox of a locoMllir8s to tllc ospital A large num ber of the teachcra of the city Fchoois are also takinir a part this year in assisting and J5 were pres ent at the luncheon The Donation Day work of the f Tho flames were quicklv Ilosl3ilnt s ol imporiancc j The institution receives no State aid support and must carry on its usptul i i work on supplies nnd funds received i from other sources The iiospital j stands ready with its staff at all I times to nssisl in nny emergency or i charity canes and the records of each Continued on Papo Sixteen chill yesterday which caused top corts to be flung into closet and uisccrs and furlined gloves to be brought out The Weather Biircnn explained that heavy snowfall ii Philadelphia was unlikely excep when the wind was Doluii to iiuiulre about his paying Hie fine and costs nnd Holnii said Why I dont know you Titernnce Fifth ward bootlegger resumed tiu stand whcn court opened this morning Prosecukir Keycs asked him if he had been raided after lie stopped paying prouction and the witness ivplied Yes on December Ki liWJ This was after I had slopped ment of the formal acceptance of protection He WHS then turned over for cross examination by the defense but lie was not questioned by any of the members of defense counsel LOCAL PAVING JOB TO START SOON was received by James of the Pennsylvania Paving Co today from Samuel S Lewis sec reinry of theState Highway Depart ASKOB TELLS VEHICLES CRASH OF BANK LOAN CHILD BURNED their low bid for the rcpavinp of West Ninth s eot from avenue wcsiwardly to ihr bridge over Chrs ter River The cost will be approxi mately nnd work wil be slarird PS soon as tlo necessary sewer niiii other conneclioii arc LLOYD Altshulir who had been on the stand Hit most part yostirelay was recalled by Keyis He was iiskrd who was with Jose Kumlrr when Kumlir stole lifty llvcgiillon cans of nlcohol fA II i from him and he replied Pat Quinn Y UK I Before Senate Hot Tar Splashes on Younii Trohcrs and Says It Was Liquidated WASHINGTON Nov former cliairman of the Exoncratcs Him of Kespon ids cheerfully cared for nt the of Ihe hospitals administration sihilily for Death Woman of ycar show hundreds of such patients Democratic National Committee Tes tified at his own rcciuest tociny be fore the Senate Stock Markei Invrs iiating CoinmiUr x Arthur W Culicn siibpriiaetl in connection with a syndicate in Sin clair Consolidated Oil Corporation During the pnst two years the hos pital and home buildings and Ihe equipment of rach have been en lirely renovaied uid a number of changes for the improvement of both securities nso was in tlc room Drvilisli Ivnry S jniee Shesahonry rolltnn Florida May Sal At a colonrrs inquest held yestcr buildinps have brnn made Persons sVr t1rtalcrlloon iu thc Media who visited the buildings were much Aliss AIv Rr tic Car coroners jury exonerated Albert Pinhcrton of Gradyvillc of responsi bility for the death of Margaret i Peg Lyons attractive year old impressed by which have bcrn wroupht KIRI IN PHUADELPHIA Ronml Monks Tirsl Shirlcy T5 Chuck B Tiny Wrack My Oldficld Tnlin Robert Kip Sloiiient Ividco Direiun Miss N Colan Str IMny ronpi View lastert Pal Roberta I Town Limit Pinkertons car last Sunday mornitif secnon with ihc result that she sustained in OIl WM resulting in her death an hour iin the Media Hospital The inquest held under the direc tion of Covouer J Evans Scheehlc r Deputy Coroner George H Rigby nrarirerTins well over an hour Tiie jury Ult remained out but a few Philadelphias wntrir xl today by a threcalniin lire thit deMroyrd a fivestory and dam rgrd two other Firemrn fouaht the almost thre hour weather No one Flirabdh Fox Rtirk Tay Slop Gap Inrlmess rloudy rack slow AT ARLINGTON DOWNS Boy Polyp Jus Vnncinc Klizabelli R Yolta rlonrty track Lady houevor before returning a verdict of accidental death i Early Sunday morning Pinkerton was escorting his fiance Miss Lyons to her home near Uockciale from a party in Media On the Elwyn road nn argument ensued between the cauple with Ihe result that the girl threatened to get out nnd walk home Pinkcrton testified yesterday thai he hnd no that hir companion was serious and paid little Continurrt on Fajfc Sixteen Apartment Soon Rented by Apartment hunters who read ho Times classified advertise ments usually find what they want Mrs W JU Bowden who had an apartment to rent on Knst Fifth street inserted a classified ad to this effect in his paper with very satisfactory results the hearing began Harry F Sinclair whowas lo ap pear today was represented by 1111 attorney O T Stanford Mr Sinclair is ill in Kxcrisior Springr Mo Stanford snid Hn will not beable to appear until nest week Chairman Flelchor called ihe hear ing to order and said regarding a Chase Bank loan hos way gotten into the newspapers Continued on IMgr Twenty U S DOLLAR LOW IN LONDON MARKET sler When Trolley Car liumps Tank Truck A trolley motorman had a narrow escape from death passengers wore shaken up nnd a 10yearold child was slightly burned by splashing tir oil when an east bound trolley c o the Southern Pennsylvrnia Tivr tion Company collided with a heavy lank motor truck on Chester pise Ladomis avenue Ridley Park yes ierday afternoon The tank truck filled with a ptvini pepavarijii wrs being used by ill state highway department in tle of repairs to Ihe naiTrcv strip of roadway betwecn the conen i pnvais and the trolley rails ycstmlnv afternoou and some of the police po on the rails A troilf v cir by William H Mumiy 1030 avenue Upland v1 proccCiiui in Iho direction of Drtrnv nnd the slippsry rails by tiv getting on the tri to the authorities caused y car to crash iuo the i truck brim operated Horitio G Lloyd running on n ticket for treasurer of Havorford township was elected Tuiday ly a majority of about BOO over Irs Democratic rival Leo H HiiUJiis ii was revealed yesterday Mr Llojd led his ticket in almost i ciimplcte veep of the township of ice the only Democratic victory poiiiK lo William H Ryan who won over Dr Henry C Campbell as town ship commissionev by a vote of 417 to 177 Oihers electcj included Dr Walter N Norley and Gnrfiuld List Fchoo boiixi diroctor Fdlih P Hannum Thomas F Ione and William L nickel township commissioners nnd Hoy A Blackburn justice of the peace a defendant Ioc Wallace nnd Abo Icvenstein when the alcohol was taken The next who the Cloudy skies followed by rain or snow are predicted in Eastern Penn ivlvniiii New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be fair and colder tomorrow The highest temperature here yes ferilay was 46 decrees at 1201 a m and Ihe lowest wns 37 at 3riO p m The of 42 was six decrcra below normal for the date and 13 denrees helow the average November I lost year Maximum temperattiri irr the date is 73 established in 1025 and minimum fl in 1RRG Sunrise oclay xvaii at GSO a in and Minstt will be nt 150 p m Eastern Stnidard Time SNOW AND SLEET TN PENNSYLVANIA Continucc nn L Owner of T a p r o o in Springfield C u i 11 y Selling on Sundays HAKRISBUriG Nov i Snow and sleet were reported from m 1ase Twenty virtually every county svest n ilia I Allegheny Mountains today by thn State Highway Depart ment All roaria were open for traffic CinderiiK crews were on duty at dangerous sections Thn snuw fnll ranged for a hair inch to four Inches This is in ukli jtion to the snow fall reported yester clay Tcmpiratures west of ranged from fi o 31 degrees i n of m accordiuc he troi back of l G iaeHoiuUl 1010 Brouiway X J The onnan when he faw llm n rrihh imminent stepped from his post the centvof the vcnice LONDON Nov riol The front of the iroilry car con iar dropped lo its lowes point since i ho World War and the pound was enr was quoted loclay at the close of the mar ket at SiOl rising in later dealings to S50G The pound opened at 5108u 3j cents higher than ycster on the s tfivo in Fortunately Tiie goifj nt a siow rate of speed when the eraMi occurred i Amv Clouu 10 yeais old of Taylor WASHINGTON7 Nov drives slightly burned The Treasury net balance for Novcm ihe and limbs where Miscel days closing price and gainedstead nr preparation splnshrd on her Sh internal rcveimc receipts that ity was taken o Taylor Hospltftl ciny wie Customs re The fvnnr clixsed at SI to the Park where Cue tar was renmvcd rud lor ihe month nirongh Novcm pound afer opening at SO a16 i the burns given proper treatment Trials without jury took up the morning session and of the aitoi noon in Court Room No 1 in which Judges FroncieUI Broonuvil ami Mac MOKL V01ES liltil sitlinR en bane Ator heariny testimony in the ease of Hiirmer Stephens of IJaliimore pike and Saxer avenue a decision was rrndorid the defeudiuits beer license inttely because of him seliitik bev orrtRes on Sunday Slephrns who operated ini1 bftu garden popularly known us vas raided on October 8 by county deteelives who found him falling biiu on Sunday His attorney Robert C askiil iluf clients license be suspended insieafi revoked ami hi wih ww com i plied with by Ihe couvi j Another boor license cvse was that of Avlinston Joseph Hamui of Cedar Grove avenue Mirplr plrtci wns raided on October by county cietectivcs wiUi the resuU that he was hailed uiii roar to answer charges of selling beer lfr metil GEN PRICE rilVEN In the table of city votes for county ofJlcos in yesterdays editions if the Tiuis with reference lo the Ssxond prrcinft ol the Third ward Gen W O P ice Jr was crcditid with votes and N P Prchin i DI SO votes The Pcchin liguos wenevrortrous insofar as this precinct him 17 votes thus adding 33 votes lo those credited to General Price With vhe correction in Reuses General Prices unofficial leid is in creased from 437 to 470 TAKKN ILL ON STREET Herbert Taylor of 510 Pnrkor fhcet was taken ill yesterday morn while delivering ire to a cus ioiinr a i Ninth and Sprnul sirect He was taken to the Chester Hr pitiil by an employe of n csoliia and was admiucd for treat ment The leather WASHINGTOV Nov 3 forecast Ktylrrn Icniisjlvania Ticht rain iir in southeast portion and lijlil in west and norlb portions Ihii aFlrrnotin anil toniclit somewhat colilcr in west nil north portion to nislit Friday fair anil coldrr flur ries nnd collier tonight Cloudy ircn orally fair colder in south portion TODAYS TKMPKRATLRFS her 7 wore ContiniiEil on fi V 7 a S R S n 10 a m m m m m 34 H avm 3S Noon 3K l p in 40 2 p m 40 10 43   

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