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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              ANYTWNO LIKELY TO MUSS UP THOSE OVERCOATS NEEDS AN ALIBI FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TII 17770 Dally Leased Wire Rrpoiti of United 1ress UP snci International News Service INSi ClllCSTKK TA SATURDAY DUOKMHER i PACKS PRICE TWO CENTS SOCIAL AND LABOR BILLS IN HOUSE ROW Alleged Intrigue in Seek ing to Have Committees Discharged Factional Fight Likely to Break Out at Monday Night Session HARRISBURG Dec Around the word immediately hovers a tale of legislative intrigue and political maneuvering today which is scheduled to burst in all the bitterness of a factional fight on the House floor next Monday night j The ultimate aim is to attempt to discharge House committees holding social and labor bills at the special session of the General Assembly The prime mover is Rep Darlington Hoopes Berks county Socialist REPORTED PLANNING NEW CUBAN REVOLT MARY PICKFORD ASKSJIVORCE I Charges Neglect Against Husband Douglas Fair banks Gets Pickfair HOLLYWOOD Ca Doc i Mary Piekford today turned to the l stage for solace as her perfect ro i wancc with Douglas Fairbanks was I plunged into the Los Angeles Divorce I Courts The little blonde actress who has remained Americas sweetheart in i dicatcd firmly that lh crash of her I 13 years married life svith a husband j equally famous on the silver screen j will not end her plans for continuing her distinguished career Miss Pickford secretly boarded the Santa Fe California limited train bound for the east shortly after the j suit was filed Mental suffering and anguish the charged in her divorce complaint on file here was caused by the actionr rti Fairbanks now hobnobbing with royalty in Europe Protracted absencesfrom Pick fair of Fairbanks led to the final separa tion of the pair in May of this year the charged Friends reading between lines of the divorce complaint saw the real reason for the divorce in the diver SUES FOR DIVORCE Committees however cannot be dis Apprehension of another revolution charged from consideration of bills j was felt in Havana with the report until they have met and had an i that Anlonio GuHcras Cuban opportunity to discuss them The j Secretary of War and Interior ccnce of lhe of th h House labor committee of which Rep I pjannhss a military coup vilh the Wilson L YcaUel Bucks a Grundy i airi of the forces in Cabanas fortress inan is chairman holds most of the bills around which the fight revolves Hoopes last week took the first step toward forcing the Issue by obtaining approval of his resolution demanding that all committees hold ing bills relating to age pensions un BIG BUSINESS A POTENT FACTOR Life for Fairbanks they said meant social affairs with royalty mad air j plane dashes about thc country hunting trips into the Orient and all I the athletic fevered pace that only he could maintain Movies to him were only incidental Life for Miss Pickford they pointed out meant the steady application of i her talents lo her screen career which Research Technician GiveS she has never allowed to languish employment insurance prevention of evictions minimum wages maximum hours child labor and railroad safety meet immediately The labor committee did not meet during thc week and Yeakel declared he would call a meeting when he saw fit to do so Adjournment for the week pre vented Hoopes from obtaining a par limentary interpretation of the word Citizen and His Governments de Undismayed the fiery livercd before The Citizens Forum I Socialist declared his intention of re earlier this week J Howard Branson opening the fight Monday night with another demand for a ruling on his resolution In his campaign Hoopes has the I services of local state and support of a majority of the Demo cratic bloc and an indefinite number of Republicans This latter group is composed of those who jumped the traces and refused to be bound to any steering program which entails sidetracking important elements of Governor Gifford Pinchofs social labor program Plain admission that the House membership is not under tho well oiled control that marked the first three weeks of the session is mads by a number of legislative leaders The Hoopes monkeyvvrench is partly to blame they insist rcvivin since she turned to the films in inio at j quiet social gatherings at Pickfair pviih her intimate friends and a host i of charitable and social service ac j tivlties that have endeared her to thc In his comprehensive lecture The fQr thc sKond Umc in ft 1 family of Hollywood has to the divorce court In the thc prcsen Jr son of marriage and Joan Craw a little later Miss obtained a divorce in Los Instructive Lecture Citizens Forum technician connected with thc BM of Municipal Research Phi Government Showing how 1 forms previous ford expanded their services in response to the needs and demands of the people Mr Branson traced the in Angeles Since the separation of Miss Pick ford and Fairbanks became known there have been constant a Liquor Prices In Wide Variance WASHINGTON Dec 0tUP Prices of liquor showed con siderable variance today in the wcl is n table showing he prices for bonded whisky whisky Rln and domestic omc of the principal cities average blended ttino m pp Or Niw York SB Jl PittslMirsh MO Boston Philadelphia 512 Sfi S2 Denver 50 S150 S110 Sn Fninriso Si Los Anseler Buffalo VERIFY NAMING OF ELMERLAYDEN Notre Hame Head An nounces Complete Shake Up of Coaches ITS HIS JOB NOW TO FILL SHOES OF GREATROCKNE ASKS SPEED ON CHICAGO Dec 11NSI Rev Charles ODonne president of the University of Notre Unlay lormally announced the appointment of Elmer Laydon us football coach to succeed Heartly Hunk Anderson and continued o her swiTpnu i j in the athletic setup ai he unlverUy i j lalhcr ODonncI Mopped nif hiiv en route lo South Bend horn Koohrs ler Minn where he had been a j tlent at the Mayo Clinic In addition to verifying the ap poiniment of Layden us head loulball coach Father ODonncll also tin uounccd that Joe IJola of the Ifji team now at St Thomas University CIVIL DrCAKrnstWarnsCash May lie Transferred 2f jyears assistant to Noble Pnri clue would aid Layden fall Kli ward also is a former Notre Da me player starring on the 1913 eleven whatever OOonncll also declared action was taken by liev P C Aid on Materials j ins Warning was sounded today by Dr Charles A Krnst county adminisj tratpr for the Civil Works t rat ion that unless the city of Chcs ter and other communities of the i county determine upon their local projects to aid the unemployed the John F OHara acting president in IN MANY TOWNS THROUGH SPAIN Anarchists Cause Bomb ings and Fights in N E Provinces of Life Reported Hut Casualties II a ve Not Ikon Tabulated MADllUX 1831 by United Press Via telephone to long planned anarch ist revolution broke out In the north eastern provinces and afler spread ing rapidly to a dozen towns over a wide area today seemed to havq pncsed its height Authorities IhoiiHh hopeful hat tho revolt hail failed were watchful fearing strikes that might become of revolutionary character Bombings street fights and a rail way wreck marked thrs outbreak of which Ihe country had been in fear tor days There was serious loss of h State Ad in st ator Dr Ernst at Ins omce in the Croer Binldmg declared that a total of wsis t Dunn Ihe resignation of afternoon lo nrraiiRc i i n Ihe nppointmcnt i I r A 11 I I During his brief stopover hero i Father ODonncll admitted he was i Delivirc rouiitv thr inrmtinn ovor lno showing Of the I UWUIllj I I 11 UlLLUUUll njfl t fdnt K 11 t ni t i I or the county administration several lo W weeks ago but there remains many tnnl lhc s d j other thousams who could be bcneHe declared he watched tie P a fltcd if lie officials of the comimmi burgh Rame and he felt thai the Pitt ties would get busy with thenplans eleven played that dav as Notre Dame I M nui n Ml tii IS REINDICTED teams used to play I and submit them to him i To ld furtherance of the Falhtn kindlv of plan Dr Ernst announced that the Anderson however Bid declared he ration not only will pay for Wn pleased that Hun WT j the labor but will subscribe 25 per cent of the costs of the material an Defendant in Conspiracy CaseAccused of OIYcriug Bribe Minorca according to reports Telephone and telegraph wires con necting Madrid with the northern and eastern districts were cut by Revolutionists and for a time the capital was cut off from a large part ot tho country and with northern Europe Communications were being re stored rapidly today Thn fjcncrul situation seemed more quiet The Anarchists sought to effect a KCiicrnl revolutionary strike at Bar celona aimed at overthrowing the liovcrnmcnt in favorof a Libertary Communisticregime Several persons were killed whsn based upon the amount of labor in n to 11 victorv over Armv i A flow having ben found i previous indictment Lou press train was wrecked apparently DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Continued on Last ing citizens with more protection and more benefits Illustrating the influence of organ ized groups in affecting govern mental policies Mr Branson showed I how big business was a potent fac1 tor inasmuch as many great Amerj ican corporations have a larger an nual gross revenue than any stale TT except New York and anv govern the rtzerndMcl7 HosP r fnl narlw piifTnvtn n firkni n f n nt itTnrl OPTIMISM IS THE BE A IN HOLDUP ATTACK OF TALK volvcd This It is hoped will en courage various officials lo comiiletc i their plans Some localities have re frained from going ahead because of the cost of materials but this 25 per j cent offer is expected to overcome their reluctance Chester city has done very little KKASUKY PKOHKS GOLD Dec Abrmns Darby politician who was one ot those convicted in the county rum conspiracy case in Philadelphia I was reindicted yesterday by thc Fed eral Grand Jury on charges of subor dination of perjurv CCopyrighl i The indictment grows out of by Sabortcurs nt There sanguinary fights at half a dozen towns between Anarch ists and Syndicalists on one side and police and the other At were killed in these clashes Telephone wires between Madrid civil guardsmen on least eight persons Em5C hopes lhal Ulc Cnf tcian by United Treasury ofj Abrams reputed elTorts lo bribe a I nnd Logrono to thc northeast Cnla along with county towns was learned present definite plans for local leaks of the dome rted an investigation j government witness by Riving him I anl Znrngoza to the east and today into alleged i to change his testimony during the i Almeria far down on the Mcditar Bovernmems cluilv trial i ranean Coast were out in the early of 913 West NPW Vnrk 1 iuin Ljuamiaa Seventh street is in a serious Addresses Conference of i projects so that a large share of the domestic gold price which have given This witness was Ray hours of today Mcin unemployed be placed at work foreign exchange traders and spccu Sharon Hill Negro who forgot when I Barcelona and Zaragoza before December 15 lators opportunity to gather large i he first took Ihe witness stand He industrial centers were the rn nf profits fhiir nvinr in HIP dinl nfvnit iiio int trouble In both nrcas peiiLijr LU LIICJ LxcuuL INuv rurh wuu luiv Kovern r i 4 i as it does the ageold opposition to ment except the Federal Government I suflcnns Irom a fractured I M L A Uklcr social legislation The vast1 resources i of such jrcat During the weekend recess the concerns made it possible lor tham LV Pennsylvania Federation of Labor ij Jnira helped fan the smouldering flames bydemandins that the Leeislature discuss from the floor air the social TORTTTRF and labor bills now before ths erai Assembly even if it takes I or thrro months This at least will I guide the labor bloc skull as the result of a beating ad ministered by three holdup men at and Dock streets last Satur om 0ATr i STOCKS MIXED IN i The worldwo knew five years ago i j is no more Men and businesses I nttiTir TMI 4 T liiAKLl have been YORK Dec narrow range at important Profits had prior to the trial lhc govj troublc In both areas Anarchists AHhough thc treasury announces eminent a statement but denied he i wcrc highly organized and heavily gold buying price at D45 i ever made such a statement even j Umcd to the press complaints j though each page bore his slnnatun i n received by treasury of was tcnipornrlly excused I r K the price is available In I fron testifying by Chct A kcycs nnd proclaimed n minutes before its i 10 dnvs Inter the special Federal I rpvoltilton today and with bomta WITH MEAT FORK MERCHANTS READY FOR around The dollar ruled RFC retained ihev were stopped bv the three men of he Ncw Exchange and golti price of S3401 a director of thc New York Stock i Gold mining Issues were firm with London several release to ihe week one news service the gold price was cabled back jts 10 days Inter the special Federal I today and with i rand jury indicted Benston for pcr ireanns and general violence sought i mrv HP nlpirinri iuiltv ltic to make their outbreak ceneral to pleaded guilty and was Femenced to a year and a day nt the I DENVER Dec Donald who demanded money K Smith 35 Littleton Colo rancher When they refused to comply with Exchange Instiiute when he in jail here charged with killing his U he demands Thomas was struck on aicssea mole Heraidinp a loncf planned revolt New Yorkfrom London eVpiit niiiuitps Fericlal penitentiary at Lewisburp the anarchists with syndicalist sup before its release in Washington bnt lllis sentence was reconi Port exploded bombs hers Disorders Another service reported ycterdav stierctl hy Judge George A to that the price was available In Loni Wclsl1 when Bcnslon took thcjtand lhccapital and nearby towns at ILtll IV11 Jbllillli 1113 111U LllUlllctA V rti Uil r 4Y TRVDE threeyearold son Donald in a fit 1 the head with a blackjack and felled i evening in the Y il Qf ragc totured the chud vvjth the Josephi Ulc yolltlgerj or the uvo Seventh street and E sharp prongs of a meat fork Mrs fought of the i wnere tne fcoutlieasver I fought of Mabel Smith mother of the dead boy also beaten was declared today Thomas complained of pdins in his I District Older i Utilities were mixed with Consoli Contmumg his expression of faith to consult Dr Joseph R Dunn of 930 1 meat prong into the places I pointed hospital His condition was said fact that the bis men of Wall street The advance guard of the army of Christmas shoppers who will flock to this city was greeted last evening by gaily decorated streets and stores Most stores in the central business section remained open until 10 p m and will continue to do so until the night of Saturday December 23 All the larger stores are well stocked it was Mrs Smiths charges that sician who diagnosedI with the latest and best in every line first bri to her husbands purported ia fractured skull and took him to the j goon nnd souno He pointed to the of merchandise and a larger selection i confession She told authorities that of toyof every description to be Smith the child to death found in any of the various stores because it could not say the word are proving a magnet for thc children breakfast During the next fortnight most of Smith was brought to the Denver the larger stores will augment their COumv jail and locked in an inner sales staff so Oiat no unnecessary j CPn to protect him from possible mob delay wilt be experienced durin the violence rush Chester merchants are deter mined to get most of the home trade and with this in view have for sale almost everything that can be found in the large metropolitan department ing the trial PLEASES KIDDIES cllEL A and Jolm RK OIIM followed Au anarchistsyndicnhstcoinmu nist general strike wasannounced for 9 a in its motive being the com plete overthrow of state power in favor of a libertary communist re gime ZARAGOZA Dec Scott of defense counselTieid j over a wide area around Zara j consultation with Judge Welsh to iron Boza marked today the outbreak of i fc steadily this out difficulties in tlu filing of the j an anarchist revolt The lurry however was not the first I 000000 word record of the case in lu LJL XT uuiiu UL you I rt J o liui 1111 Iliri t vi iiiv iiiau West Third street the family phyj Circles when he said Fundamentally j jumped I to 0 Montgomery of theseason but proved to be the the U S Circuit Court or Appeals spian who riinonnspd hi irniibln L the lendersmp of our country is still i Ward gained fractionally Sears firsi to blanket mother with I LINDBERGHS LEAVE FORHOM10 TOMORROW buck lost Small gains were noted in duPont terday to bo serious Jjix i u arc intcnieiy interested in the leaderU S Smelling International Nickel i ship of the future and are placing American Commercial Alcohol Amer j everything aside to assure that they ican Can U S Industrial Alcohol i are making their best effort to have Dome Mines Western Union Keinic cott and Bsthlehem Steel Electrical first to blnnket mother eanh with i its whiteness nil1 weather man slipped up a bit Explosion of a bomb near a police truck signalled tho revolt here just after midnight Two policemen wera injured and three civilians were hurt CARDINAL MAKlvS REQUEST WHAT A IV T TTIRVn he young employes of the present day n IVXJ UIXU1J Mji ripsriit HIP miiv limes facitiT them P L Two automobiles were overturned MrBeck devoted a portion of his range with trading light Bonds were nilxed in a narrow couragemcnt to il LY CI OUDY L1 POLDER WEATHFR IJ stores U S TREASURY BALANCE Partly cloudy and colder is prediction in Eastern Pennsylvania and a woman sightly injured when i RddPSS to nn eflorl lo navc every During the early dealings trading for thc past few Venrs Few the vehicles collided at Eightn and boy al thc conference realize his own on the stock exchange turned dull i Mons last vear offered opportunity Kerhn streets at 104a p m ycster part Ul making for himself success with prices holding around the openj for the use of sleds oppoutjnuy if Via e wiUiurr tn fnUnwr tho rtilpt hlP iRVpls TllPrn vrnc nnthhirr in thr i OUR1 on prophesyinu the snowfall as he i BOSTON Cath for increased ml SMU no PAI1A Brazil Dec i olic women have been nskcd by Vvil montion of the white flales Charles A Lindbergh and Mrs Cardinal OConnell to join in a Todnys snowfaMends nirher eni bcrgh will oave for home Lindbergh told tnc United Press j catholic Hierarchy of America in ob At first Lindbergh intended lo j serving his 74th birlhday anniversary leave today but he decided when he was thc guest of the League of Cath slecis have been in sheds and cellars if he was willing to follow the rules i ing levels Therewas nothing i lnJvlred woman Is Mrs Sara and makc lnc necessary sacri news to affect the market and in ihe the 1 Gallagher 316 Townsend street a j 1i absence of outside stimulus the mar passenger m a car driven by James WASHINGTON Dec The treasury net balance for Decem ber 7 was Sl02557354023 Miscel laneous internal revenue receipts that New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Fair weather is expected tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 51 degrees at 315 p m and the lowest was 35 at 8 a m Gallagher of the Townsend street j address She sustained cuts of the right leg which injuries were treated at tho Chester Hospital Police say Gallagher was traveling Continued on Last Page ket was deserted by many traders LEAS THEIR PLEA day were S866853308 Customs re The average of 43 was five degree south on Kerlin street and a car op cripio for the month through Dccem PUOVC normal for the date and one ber 7 were by Leandcr Tassoni 1111 West Eighth street was going east on Both cars were badly rGEN MUIR DIES 81 TEN CONVICTS LEDTHE28THD1V FACE NEW TERMS arose to spend the day looking over HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Inlted Press Fred El Fisher 130R Terrill street degree above the average Decembers last year Maximum temperature for i the date ts CO established in 1324 i damaca and minimum H in 1382 Sunrise today was at 711 a n j was admitted to the Chester Hospital and sunset willbe at 436 p m East for observation early today Police K in jlp was found m a wrecked car on Ninth street opposite thc hospital by James Thomas 1134 NASHVILLE Teim Dec The Tennessee Supreme Court to day relused to pram immunity to Colonel Luke Lea former United States Senator and his son Luke his seaplane which hns had hard usage The Lindberglis left New York five months ago today Lindbergh said he would take the Antilles route up the coast to port of Spain Trinidad just off Ven ezuela and then via the Windward and Leeward Islands Puerto Rico Haiti nnd Cuba lo Florida Lindbergh knows the route well It was indicated that the Lintl olic Women here yesterday Topics of Ti nies u n All Arocnrl lasses 111 HallimOlC Aid AriCStCCI i Len Jr Jrom extradition to North berghs might make dircctiy for poit fnr Caiolina lo sfrve prison sentences of Spain a night of 1250 miles Hs lor an aills 1UI The Leas were convicted on charges I last two hops have been of 1S70 and All the stores nre offering bargains Some peoples idea of a real bargain is to cet a real expensive radio set or a soifg We wont believe repeal is here until hear of someone starting a cam ern Standard time Home 111 Two Weeks Was 73 Years Old lnronf TJinfc in Pliiln i f consPracv to defraud the Central j 1000 miles UCCC1U K101S 111 1 Illla BRnk and Trust Company of Ashe1 Colonel Li Police here have a robber suspsct Mavbc hes one of those chaps who U S GOLD PRICE IS P HeaiineAlondaV of I3oOOO m isai nidi lllg Tnc Courl uhcW lh Colonel Lindbergh and Mrs Lind believes in doing you Christmas cop j brrnh spent the night as the gueits ning early AT DOWNS UNCHANGED TODAY cflat u BALTIMORE Dec Geni The threat of additional years of Clarfcsvillc who granted North after their arrival from Natal street Both right tires on the rral charier H Mnir IT S V ire imprisonment todav was behoved fac ana authorities a T in nflc frulfiH nfirn v v Tnc Courl uphcW lhc clpciion Qf I of Gcorgc H Pickercll former Ahicri Judcc John T Cunningham of ican Consul now in business here Since the NRA became fffcctive v lot of barbers are making more with i UrcdK Wild Fox My Maid Tivo Sons Lovely Amelia Chicara Hallas Carissa Worth Sun Thorn Mailliw i Black wecpc rman Weather clear track fast l PoUc had I jn some j WASHINGTON Dec thc car towed to a garage The government today set its price commander of the Fourth f he Army of Occupation in Germany after tno World war i 81 convicts who are held resyoni Lea petition for sible for recent riots and disorders corpus in thc Eastern State Penitentiary in demurrer to the i a of habeas OUTLOOK is RKK1HT the brush than many a poor artist AT JEFFERSON PARK newly mined American gold at DROPS DEAD WHILE Justice Lojran Scotch Lassie an Changed since last ANN1NP P MuJr was graduated Todays Washington price was S40 IATSMM I AK I 1 above the world price set in London Mrs Ella Pierce 74 years old wasShf wartmie coninuuider of s Concordvillc droppca dead suddenly tif IOM i Pennsylvania Na The Iondon price today was 126 this morning while in the midst of Gtnrd Shillings 6 penes down 3 psnce from i preparations for a surprise party for commnndine the Fourth yesterday On the basis of the her husband Walter who is today corns on its Advance Mng exchange rate for the pound observins his birthday anniversary he m cilargcof the 28th Division dead today ai his horn hrre follow Philadelphia j ing an Illness of two wreks He was Apparently authentic reports said j 73 COMBINED AFFAIR Which reminds that lhc first rcil I Prospects for increased shipping on cure for dandruff was invented by a 1 the Delaware River which will benefit Frenchman He called it guillotine stevedores were prophesied by E A that the men described as dangeri Tllc weekly sessions of thc Kiwanis Pelham secretary of Local Union No A writer states that most milkmen MOOUS crininals and confined in scgrc citlb Wednesday and of the Rotary 1210 of the International Lonqshore1 are bachelors These are tlu fellows cated cells wcrc placed under arrest Club Tuesday will not bs held next mens Union yesterday While see the women early in the morn by Warden Herbert Smith Thc wari week and will be replaced by the shipping has been dull for the past den refused lo comment on the re testimonial football dinner for the few works Mr Pelham said he be ports Pennsylvania Military College fool lieved that when the new 1934 model It was also rumored that the 81 of ball players which will be held Wed of thc Ford automobile is put on the i fenders would bo taken in prison nesday cvcnini at Ihe Chester Club market considerable shipping from Several thousand hairdressers ara stcrline 5515 this was equivalent Besides her husband a daughter Mrs 1 d7r A r united SUtes 1Catnbado Cara Domns BiS Mo to an ounce Jennie Hannum survives Arrange n comnnncl M lhc dollar remained unchanged at mcnts for the funeral have not yct m command at camp Menu 1 beeen completed vans under heavy guard before 511 Welsh street under the sponsor th assembly plant of thc company In mio ship of the Rotary Kiwanis and this city would result and give work j no doubt to strike while iron is hot Continued on Last Pace Exchange Clubs i to a number of stevedores menl Run On Hssnla Infinilr 6078 cents Tutlfc Teak Last Slarul Betty Oculal Cream Flying Flynn Clarcl Spot Fot Adrian Luke rriucess Princess Orta Fir Rcgimrnl Orcrrwalri Mad A Miss X Conlan oft Weather clear track AT CIIARLESTOWN Lodorus Gonfus Triolet Askt Susan Thr Black Hogans Tridc Airway Nisia Billy Aluskortay Dutlist No Mistake Black Patricia Trouhsrlour Bye and ISvc Svvcrt lop Did She Eddie Lfh ni a nn Weather cioudy track fasl To Our Citizens of Chester Conimenciug Monday December 11 1933 the members of our various civic organizations including the police and fire departments within our city will start a drive for a period of sik days for thc Christmas fund for the poor children of our city On Tuesday December 19 1933 between thc hours of 1 p m and It p m a continuous highclass motion picture and vaudeville show will be given for their benefit at the Stanley theatre On Christmas morning Monday December 23 they will be enter tained with a complete show and at which time they will be presented with candy and toys Last year more than four thousand children participated and we contemplate entertaining a still greater number this year This is a won derful opportunity to display that true humane spirit by playing the part of Old Chris through your donation regarcllcs of Its rise or nature Do your part and you will assist us in creating happinccs for hrt poor eirl or boy loss fortunate thah you or I who is not responsible for piTGcni ordy conditions WM M POWEU General Chairman JOHN T ROSS Treasurer MICHAEL J HONAN Chairman Ticket Committee the general service schools at Fort NLcavcmvorlh anri Camp Lewis Wash before being transferred to Baltimore as commander of hn Third CorpArea in November 1022 As a captain durinj the Spanish American Muir was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for extraordinary heroism in action at Santiago Cuba in voluntarily expos ing himself to a heavy hostile artil lery and infantry fire in a succcssfu Continued on Last Page WOIJK IS PROGRESSING Work of laying service pipes connecting with houses on West Scc i ond street is being pushed to coin plction by employes of the mainte i nance department of the Philadelphia i Suburban Gas Electric Company During the past week more than thirty connections have been made between Lninokin and Broomall I streets This work is being done preparatory to repaying the highway by thc Stale Department STHOBERTS LINEUPFOR TODAYS GAME BETWEEN ST ROBERTS and EDDYSTONE AT SMEDLEY SCHOOL FIELD EDDYSTONE j I L HB Carrol Hannum Capt 33 Carr i28i F B Q B Kerns 13 Fromholzer 19 Green tSIWalsh ill R H B Lyons 127 Doubet 14 Weber 6 Chiavello 17 I H B Chak 30 Q B F B MaUacoUi 3 Sweeney 23 R H B Schiochetti 33 L E Sampson 2 L T Smith tlO L G Spro 18i C Higler 24 R O Whirlow 35l R T Snltyman 30 R F Scott Capt 1 SUBSTITUTES St LoqUe 21 Fecley 3i McLauchlin 4U Glenncy Mcssick Ryan O W Connolly ilO John Logue Buckley Sullivan loi Bniton Borsuk t18 Ronan 0 J Con nolK 211 Bradley 221 Dunion Doolcy 24 Bilinear SOl Sweeney i0 McNieholas i31 Mack Hannum i3t T Carroll ONeill Petitdcmanpc Curry Baxter S Mitchell J Kggers S Knudson P SchHtscy S Drcktcr J White M Yarnell 4 S Inmnn 20i B Hoover 14 E Criricr J Hay burn 371 H Bunncll A Wilson B Gentile 32 Camillo P Rumberer Biliy Baynes says an alarm clock j is all risht if a person likes that sort of a And Colonel Jeoms tells us ths rarly bird has to get his own break fast That tfieclric Iclescopc that it Ii claimed will magnify a star a miilion times hasnt a thing on a Hollywood press agent The Weather WASHINGTON Dec i weather Pennsyl vania Cloudy colder in south portion tonight Sunday partly cloudy j Western Pennsylvania Cloudy to 1 nijiht Sunday partly clouily slowly rising temperature Xciv Jersey Cloudy anrt colder to night Sunday partly rioudy TODAYS 6 am 1 a m 8 a m 9 a m 46 10 R 4411 a m 42 Noon 4JO 33 Jl   

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