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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 11, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              GEE WHAT A CHRISTMAS THIS WILL BE FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beat News of the Day 58TH 17771 Uall v Leased of llnttrd Pi ess UI1 slid lulci national News Service HNS CHK8TIOK PA MONDAY DICCKMBKU 11 P1UCK TWO CENTS PENNA CHECK LICENSES TO lSLIGHTLY U S COLD PRICE WEATHKK FORECAST UNCHANGED TODAY Snow or rain and not so cold s the WASHINGTON Dec forecast for today in eastern Penn The government today again set the jiylvanla New Jersey Delaware and piice of newlymined American sold Maryland It will bc partly cloudy and at 53401 continuing thn quotation in j colder tomorrow I effect since Dec 1 i The highest temperature here yes1 Todays Washlnclon price was 1 beCK 10 rilld I hose Not jterday was 29 degrees at 230 p in above the world price set in London and the lowest was 16 at 815 a m today THEIR HOUSE PARTY ENDED IN TRAGEDY Tax Stamps Wuh Law OH i with the average sixteen desrccs bei The London price today was 127 lillings up C pence from Saturday the date was 03 in 1897 and the min On the basis of the opening exchange 4 I I i A f ii P imum 4 in 1876 for the pound sterling Control Board Prepares lo Examine Applicants for tlmc State Stores fine Sunrise today was at 713 a m and this equivalent to a sunset will be at 436 p in Eastern ounce The dollar remained at fiO78 cents HARUISBURG Pa Dec occurred on three Ironls stores and state authorities advanced toward complete control of the liq uor business in Pennsylvania Department of Revenue agents at least 50 strong have started check ups iu several parts of the state notably in Pittsburgh and Philadel phia to determine whether holders N PROVIDENCE J EDWARD KIDD SCHOOL ADDITION KILLED IN CRASH i Call Meeting Tomorrow Dies When Car Overturns COLD WAVE HITS EAST AND CAUSES of Taxpayers Opposi tion Is Voiced on Mountain Koacl Com panion Hurt A deer hunting trip had a tragic The invitation of the board of di bf hotel club and restaurant licenses Iectors of the Nether Providence ending for a widely inown local rest are complying with the law j school district to the taxpayers of the Jienl yesterday when an automobile i They have been instructed to make lownshin to meet in the hleh uhnnl i ie Uirncd over on a esneiil rhrrk nn iioimr linine p K stiiool treacherous mountain road near Jer esneiil rhrrk nn iioimr linine treacerous mountan road near Jer spld S Iquir Providence road near Ley Shore Pa aboH 12 miles out the proper taxpaid stamps and to Copples lane tomorrow evening at 7 slcle ol fieterminc whether any licenseI oclock to discuss the advisability of victim was J Edward Kicld 3fi holders arc violating the law by sell erecting an addition to the present i son ol Mrnlul MrsHenderson Kidd inc liquor across the bars building consisting of three rooms Edward lived at 115 East Broad street The checkup was instituted officials and an audiloriuni at an expense of anti nls parents reside at Twentyi of the dcpaiimciu said after rumors t from S45000 to S50000 is causing a tnild street and Edgmont avenue that many of the licenseholders were Kltltl clcfui vvhc estvieatcd recked automobile and openly flaunting the regulations expectation that not start until are started Jai In announcing the first heaving of the school board would even enter tomorrow on liquor license applica lain a thought of increasing the fila1 t11 tlons delayed for further investiga payers burden in view of all that has lion the Pennsylvania liquor con transpired in this county and the trol board admitted that during the whole country for that matter in the rush for licences last week a numj question of taxes bei of undesirables got by the m XT TO board j MAN i ArPLICANTLS Revocation proceedings alrcadyi i r irMJO have been started by the State r UK A UolALi JUiiO pnitment of Justice against one liccuiseholdcr it was said Many more applications for posi dead upon arrival at the institution by Mr and i Mrs George L Rutherford of Jacksonville Fin formerly of Chester comprised a j hunting party that left here last week for Lycoming county Yesterday they decided to return home and dismissed their guide whose home was in a j With respect to the state stores tioiis han will bc available in the small settlement named Antes Fort i the nquor boara announced that Chester postoffice during lhc Christi After leaving the guide at his home establishment of the stores is being j mas rush havc bccll ftled with Post they started back lo the hunting determined on a sounn analysis of j mastcr Johll H Hagerty cabin located in the mountains of j both the population and the area to i Accorclins to Mr Hagertv there are j that section The road was narrow he served in each county m Pcnn now 25 ln the dvi HE1vice Wi10 and to add to the hazard of driving j si i i i A ale eligible for positions before any a snowstorm was raging Tha acci Philaaclphia has been awarded otner applications are considered dent occurred on the dangerous i another estaohshment bringing its On b t 10 additional mcn wi1 jo stretch between Cammal and State Conlinucil on Page Sixteen 1GO MOTORISTS PRIV Only put on the force during the holiday season ROOSEVELT GIVES ATTENTION TO HIS BUDGET MESSAGE U DARKY WATCHMAN VICTIM OK ATTACK Haymniul Hleh K of Central nve nue Upper Darby a mechanic and nlfilil walihman In an automobile nijinry West Chester pike nL State i I wad Upper Darby is lu tin Delaware i Y jluimty Hospital ulIeiiiiK from in Lmmiv IIom inmate Is 1 ask Involves 1ijjuiex lor juries iniitctci when IIP was struct Found o Dealli in River Front Cabin Frigid Temperature Adds to Discomfiture ol Many Families Emergency Work Ordinary Expenses Tinlif ivr Imnnic TMI i i crept up behh IIHOme 10 I summoned Upper Darby Fiscal Year ir 00000 00 Sot at on hi head Saturday morning by u aiHi mysterious assailant Allhouuh the blow did not render Hiih unconscious hi is unable to i police uny description of his at i tucker who crept up behind him filch police Im mediately after Ihe attack and was taken by them to the hospital He i cannot recall hcarlnit any iinvisvial noise which preceded Ihe blow A frigid wave which sent lie WASUINOTON Drc 1 mercury tumbling to ii degrees yes President Roosevelt today turned his Unlay resulted in the attention to preparation of his i of one man in this cily and intense biennial budget messivKc to Coniiivss suffering for hundreds of unfoit Tlu tnsl anivini u liRires for emergoiiev Kovcrnmrntiit i imatcs who luui inadequate protcc rxpenditurrs on the recovery drive ns lion from the biting blasts well us for carrying on thn ordinary The victim of the cold wave was functions of the Bovemment identified as Andrew Spittle GO an i MrHoosevelt scheduled a series uf t inmate of the Countv home at Lima inferences durlnt the week with i WclcOlUO l n TTiliir nf nnHt I mi c nniirlic VIHII M lILllllll ENVOY BULLITT REACHES MOSCOW t Gives U S Ambas sador and Party a Cor who was lound deait in a shaek at of the Budget Lewis Doulas Second and Doik streets vesterdav Uul Intids of other Kovemnipnl tle 11 IP body was found by a fre Hie conferences were de DECEMBER GRAND JURY SUBMITS REPORTTOCOURt Operation of County Prison at Hroadmcadows Farm Basis for Criticism Sanitary Conditions in the Womens lail Declared Requiring Attention Third and Norris streets cold resulted in mother While the general conditions of Ilia county prison buildings were pro nounced Kood Ihere weie criticisms of thn operation and sani tary amusements In the report ol lie December Grand Jury Riven to Judges WHOKPIFroneficld and John M Broomall at Media Saturday afternoon The old prison in Media is over crowded he personnel at Broad meadows work too IOIIR and condi MOSCOW Dec 11 UP j llolls Ine womens jail are not san lary were the chief points brought out in the report Judge Kroneflcld old Arthur G Ward of Haverford foreman of thi the will be re Grand Jury that the criticism of United womens building at Broad meadows met IHiIlitt and his party at i latni ls the first ive hnvc had antl railway Gallon asked for more details Mr Waid for lllc Kovornmental pstaWlshmonts lciivins bnllincc of As a gesture of friendship Foreign called upon Mrs MarRaret G Wilson Minister Maxim Mlvinov sent u perj 01 Swai tlunore a member of thci This balance and the treasurys BulliUs reception at the Matlon bein found on lot In West Phila a bffilon Thearciic breath made piercingly I0 DouSlns lcnwtivc Ioc harp by u 30mile wind which Th and the treasurys swept in from the northwest folI S UiilatJcc of npproS olv lowed i light snow fall Saturday Sl0tl0000000 would be available for exchanged i warm croc Sidewalks wore and haw cmcrccncy relief and public works meetinn Alexis Neuu ardous for podnstrains Yesterday expenditures if their continuation is director of the Soviet press a bright sun dissipated the snow and required parlmcnl HullUt thrurt his haml to uroet Bullitt i jury who declared The cupboards i was an unusual procedure us j In the kitchen are poorly kepi Ws custom is for the chief of protocol saw stale bread in tho bread box alone to meet such an envov u of it mildewed nnd the rcfrip eralor was not clean The back toilets were disreputable Erecting Judge Froncflold said that a copy Neuman of the report and the additional re de marks would bc sent to the prison In un specters funds arc expected to stiot Troyiinovskys arm and the two In answer to the statement lint niht but this monunj people awak1 Rccurc HIP holes m strode down the plntform together the Media prison is enccl find 11 white innntle covennfj j lhp lncoiU tx laws UIU from oUlcl i smillnK and laupjiing as they chatted the Court sold this information would sources such us he liquor levies nndjIllc nov envoys nrst odidiil act bo submitted to the prison nuthori required ih mercury began to rise again last j Additional thc count rysidc it for more than two hours during the i tarYfTrancMhe procpMiiiK taVes laid night The average temperature yesterday was 22 degrees which was 10 below normal Thn forecast for tn pay a formal cull upon For Minister Maxim Litvinov with on farm products i Mr Kooscvelt had worked from thn whom he half hour He was installed in the National start of his administration for a balanced budget by a system of meet Hotn which thus became a temporary or ram and not so cold To inf pxprnses from re venues i American embisry nnd atop this may be cloudy and colder i RprciutjnK Of omcrgency outluvs building American nags were raised tics so that more men could be trann firrecl to Broaclnieadows The working hours of the per sonnel at Brondmcadows arc too Run a portion of which is under re What as a pay weekend party pair I ended in a trnijcdy cf international according to Ihe ofiicial weatherman MRS i IN HOSP over a long period of years If the business this year equals that i While descending a hill the driver import when Crs swept the Mrs Brrtha I Corbin widely known resident of the Seventh ward deficit nnd strongly recommend tlircn shifts of eight hours each the Grand Jury report read The report also for the thst time in suggested that unused cells bp put A recent analysis by the National in lLic hat only one man ba Industrial Conference Board Ins of 1 he gesture of residingTroyanovsky confined to a cell New York fixed the Federal deficit to Krccl Bullilt was as unprecedented In regard lo the Ruards at Brood for the first four months of the cur nnilctfor Soviet stale to meadows said Judge Froncficld rent fiscal ycnr at fGiOOOOOO authorize as wns Bullllis reception This was less than the border town of Negorcloje where Continucil nn Losi during the corrcEpondhiK i beel1 Keeled by J A i representative of Foreign Min for many years died In the Chester period of last year which totaled j MrefBa T1 Hospital yesterday morning after a I nkh E formality t iiiKrucirm t Thn hi i wnrn The work it was pointed out dj car slipped into a deep and i fflcer ho Wiled in a le from i were j UU11115 JlC UCCCITIDCI f 6 noon the Bureau of Highway on the willingness on the part overturned imprisoning the victims a window to escape thenanics and bougiu boul bv EcrjOUS emergency concurrent with Incrca5es in expen ich of the public to mail packages early hours until some mem hero m wi c a former Syatt e pr w bo opplftion on FViday j week before Chrlstmtts trol and Safety at Harrisburg with drew the cards of 160 drivers Of this number 64 were revoked and 90 suspended Withdrawals were 27 more than the preceding week Operating privileges were restored to R6 Revocations this year to date total 2228 antl suspensions 3774 Among the drivers whose cards were revoked was James D Lovejoy LOCAL APPLICANT 52 Eflst Stratford street Lansdowne Joseph Ward 1123 West Third street this city was among those whose driving privileges were suspended and Thomas J Gill 25 Rambler road Glenolden and Angus Dopson Cen tralavenue Jhis city were numbered among the whose cards were restored take j ditures the i marked The revenue decrease was in the case of income tax i Saturday vicld a situation expected to be met I l nf ilm iv fnrm nnrl rnrnvnrv nirl spectators who had Mr Hagerty said he did not ex Samuel R Crothers was n pcct the rush to start until about I ho i member of the Exchange and jt 1 s haven Clubs He was employed by i I it John O Down ham owner of ihe Dovnham Press Ersicles his parent11 Mr Kidd is by a brother Kobrri K REFUSED LICENSE of the by farm and industrial Company and the em ployes of the Texas Company Among j th many who responded Raymond HARD PACKED SNOW Jacobs of Claymont Heights was sei Iccted for the transfusion In spite1 reaction set in at 3 a m yesterday and Mrs Corbin away at Sntl a in PIrs Corbin managed the McClure BulIUts nineyearold daughter was in hiT party Leaving his 14 pieces of baggage to be looked after by members of his staff Bullitt walked pasthundreds nucj of spectators who had collected out laws J siclc llc Kiation to Greet him He en lercd a luxurious official car and was j driven to the National Hotel whic will bc his temporary headquarters OFFICERS EXERTION The easiest arrest in local polics annnls was recorded here yesterday Patrolmen Talbot and Megoniglc were returning in the patrol wagon from the western section of the city When they reached Third street nnd EdRmont avenue Talbot had to ap ply the emergency brakes to keep HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United 1rcss Kidd of Wilmington Del antl liquor were issued h skid which resulted in many mornin cnrs the refused licenses county were to the Elran 1 cho Club Ridley Park the Chester 1 i Hotel and the Columbia Hotel botn of this city Licenses were refused to the manj I agcment of the Printz Hotel Essinqi ton and The Vulcan this citv EL RENO Okla Dec The body of Harry Pritchard slain found mitt woimn of the Seventh wrd n Wichita Kens merchant was IS HELD FOR COURT today northeast of El Rano M Corbin her has been in the Pennsylvania Railj road employ for the past twentyfive with no serious damage rc M M night jailer and years He has been located in Ches Cl it experienced Skidding on the slippery show Is blamed for tin accident this moru nf HIP at the southwest corner of Eighth ui Liiv i i bw AT CHAKLESTOWX Nigprer Toe Tynvhitl Vesl affe iMint Bud the Iluit Semester Dinla COLLEGE STUDENTS AID THE CAMPAIGN Hirkimer G robes Negro of Oak Inns and Academy avanue Dm by said to be foreman of grounds Pt tlis county cotirt house was held in S500 bail for court lice court this Corsinble Dnn Halm found tlr body Kan Dec Officers played a deadly game of hide and seek today with enraged tor as district yard conductor for i eighteen years i In addition to her husband Mrs tlllUO 311 LllllVlllHl It and then was shunted over the curb oinobles were hamnged two and onto the sidewalk into Many of the a accident happened when two women drivers Mrs A M Bunci of llXjJ West Eighth street and Missl walked around the rear of the patrol to arrest the individual but as he reached the steps he saw the drunk stretch out on one of the seats nnd heard him remark OK offlshur go ahead Im nil right now This morning the intoxicated one who gave his name as Prank Gal lagher was discharged by Magistrate Michael A Honan in police court A gift of from the students j Top3csof Tames West Swapper Stick Sergeant Hill One Chance Vole Postpone ment Grobes was arrested here Saturday evening after a truck he is alleged Varsity athletes at Chester Hiqh Mr ana Mrs Harry Pritchard school during the years from j U T ir TT rtllia H UUttv UK i nimi to llave operating crashed into man of the United Campaigns drive narkori hv p r 0ninr fnr sfinnnnnn ir a ParKCC1 car ownca OJ i fc Senior in over a S21 bad chrck to will remember Mrs Corbin AUTO ACCESSORIES STOLEN An elusive nuto accessory thief is Eighth street and the car driven by i Miss Carroll was traveling south on Lincoln street When the vehicles Only 12 more shopping days before i Christmas But most of us only need hv about 12 minutes for 30000000 in Philadelphia Six Wichita officers spirited Wisfor her kindness to the members of sought in iocnf police followi nearodi the imerscction MIS Bunce dom from Kingfisher Okla SO miles the Chester High School football t jnR the theft of three spare wheels attempted to stenr her car into Eighth 1 uamKof wich her son Garfield Jr i nnci urcs from automobiles here street In doinp so the vehicle skidded and crashed Into the tele phone pole nnd the car driven by Miss Carroll struck the back of the East Twentyfirst street nnd James Bunco vehicle An electric light at ivas a member Each year at tho Saturday night conclusion of the season Mrs Corbin The victims were A K Strople entertain the boys with nnil28 Parker street H H Smith fill Miss Carroll struck the back of the elaborate banquet son was a varsity tackle nt est corner Fifth and Welsh streets damaged by fire n short lime 1 cmPlelcd PailllcP lendant HTnk on biulc Sarsita was ciiECOuntcc H C Long a gasoline station at The jiosse in charge of Wisdom strr High for four years He thefts were perpetrated ioned several times on All dark urban teams and was considered the greatest tackles ever wear ing the Orange and Black In 1025 he was chosen for the William H R Shotwell 1410 Hancock street All ached to an arm extending from UANQUET FLANS Members of the Varsity football after the polen distance of about eight feet into the highway was knocked to the street FAKIEV INr FRANCE arc now engaged painting the walls WBS treated at Taylor Hospital and ceilings of the parlor secretarys siMirdav cvenins for hord injuries ailfl Snrint rrvnTnc Tim 11 ii i stmnster nico Slipper Hell Divrr Dunes ami rooms fhc woodwork in SMy Ltlilr Sweet Gal Mayen Ada all rooms on the first floor are being the wound In MLN b Happy Sue Little V Casli Surrcnticr Saracen Maid Cova Willie Klein To Arms Hubbies Gap Chpb Trosc and Poetry Like Sweep J Service Essie Master i TTjinjf Tlior Pillnila De Vrr Princess Carolyn i Gallop Along Grand Champion Tufanla Ouieiislcp Weather clear track fast AT JEFFJEirSOX IAUK Hour Mat A Princess Peri Race Extra Ltyce Grccnwald 1 repainted or stained j scalp Taylor award that is Riven each year of Chester school will bei PARIS Dec Continued on Pace Sixteen to the most valuable man on the frlcd nt a banmiet in the rafetenr of General James A Farley and team It was in 1025 that Chester thc school on ihc night of January dorc Marriner chartjc dnflaries of won the Suburban championship ISAThc committee in charge of I he American Einbasy visited For affair expects to have a cign Minister Joseph PatilBoncour today Whisky is doomed and wine will ba i says Floyd Gib t waf ft a bad way for a good many years An upstate judge caught hunting without a license explained he didnt know the law He wouldnt admit that while on the bench An author is suing a publisher be cause he received only 25 cents for 7000 words For half that much tho average birber charges 50 or 60 cents TRUSTER SERVICE aues1 AT SWARTHMORE BANQUET PLANS Tho funeral services will take place COMES TO CLOSE on Wednesday afternoon at 2 p m athlete as the guest speaker from the residence of Garficld M A B Reform Pro Corbin Jr at 7 Washington avenue More lhan 300 male members of c HclghtSt lnlcr the parish of SI Robert R C t m b 6h L c ft j church were present last evening at tcrv the impressive exercises of the 1 mens mission which vi conducted 5 TKKtStlRV IJMANCE the past week by the Hoy Cross Faihj r i r i i 11 i cls of Not re Dame University in In1 WASHINGTON Dec Members P IM C dwna Th treasury net balance fo PALEGISLATURE POOR KIDDIES MEETS TONIGHTCHRISTMAS PARTY A style note says car muffs are coming back in style They arc a ing an argument with the wife We used to hear a lot about them but after shopping around we learn that cheap skates are a thing of the past A French afterdinner speaker re cenUy began a radio address by say posals bull 10 JjC CillCSlS the ociiina of larccst war Sl0253fiG40793 at Chester Club sine the opening of The internal revenue receipts thai dfty i rDrvices cciductcd joinlly by vcro Customs rrceipis AW s of Pnlirn nul Firoiron F 13 Goodnight ladies and gentfe r Dee S IM I ItltlltJt OU V I Ulltt I IrenCIl mcll wouldnt it bc swell if all iviiscellancous Aifljinr Pivtr Secretary John C Boylo of the Finnirlnu Outlining the various proposals for i moidms at Clothj pointed general sccretarv of the corn Rovs Thomas C Duffy C S C and for Uir month through Dec 8 were ICiiarlcs FJynn C S C S7S8049G cial Hills to Bc Decided Tli is Week Poiitinn Host Rav j banklng refonn and recommeiulm ap some of them in his With Arrangements after dinner speakers would follow suit air OicbeSS Betty U Rep EJ Tit n T T F r n i1Cycheies fhnl State Liquor Legislation We learn from a magazine article that most of the food served in movie HARRISBURG Pa Dec Chesters Krand gesture the drive scenes is eatable This is a good Whether any worthwhile social of citizens towarcs a poal that will example for some restaurant owners Prinirnsr loscnhinn n rrnk SkV Rnvil Uri Stvrcl lTrnssc 7rfawiik Scths I5aPnl T Ormnnlimc Prince Fartii Lnfe AVcithnr clear Irick fast Trust nevertheless stated that no I ia33 fonfbnU squad at the Chester coaification of laws could take the Club all Welsh street Wednesday place of conscience in the manage evening under tbr sponsorship of iiiiis nuance and public affairs Kiwanis Uotarv and Exchange Clubs tas Dcspilc Ihe bntrsyal of trust on the has announced that amons the mori partpf many bankers and financiers hers of th three clubs alon ihere lalion can be enacted by the special j mean a Meny Christmas for thou sossion of the General Assembly probI sands of youngsters began this morn ably will be determined this week I ins with the members of the police 1 Tho fifth week of the session will j department and the members of the open at 0 oclock tonight with the fire companies playing a major rote Philadelphia and Allegheny county This will be contribute to the there j Republican two largest in cause week rnd during the six days i the General split and niehts the many workers of to copy A minister here said the devil la busy in China Its a consolation to know that someone is working over A man in London died Iwn minutes Mill Dr Bcrlc said that he believed that has been a of an attendance tn f n i n I n f Ellwooil J Tuvnrr Rfpn in th Arrmbiy from Sec irre was an adequate group of ban of nearly 30H rrs who regarded themselves not as fortune hunters but as responsible Times Ad Made Woodpile Vanish Maybe If you have firewood for sale you will beinterested in the experiences of Milton Tiefcnthaler 3f Brookhaven who had an abund ance of the fuel of both kindling and heater varieties He inserted an advertisement in the classified columns of the Chester Times nnd presto The wood disappeared like snow before a summer sun I sold ali of my wood said the advertiser and I will not need to insert the ad any more Thc committee composed of mm thi three cubs have thn folowiir liquor There hive tndiy innny state PVP nients the LitiiorContiol iiecnsini by thc County Court uled for tonight prior to the reconi been of Kiwanis as banciuct chairman and Bill parsed by ihe Legislature that Both Republican and Democratic 5 of the Assembly tickets each good for one admision Although a number of thc Philai to thc Stanley Theatre on Tuesday i lAiijitijcjUlLllJiTJIlHiVllilliLliiJl I uv 11 i k inva support to new reformatory banking i uncicr lls leadership thcv arc working are mislcadine and deal in generali pa i ties had stated that hey were out a program for Ihs evening which i ties which contuse thst I am assj opposed to the laturn of the saloon delphia Republican delegation favor December 19 between the hours of Reviewing Senator Carter Glass DVomisps to bof unusual interest to I me the nutter Times to publish i and that seamed to be thc popular I some of the government s social measj l p m and 11 p m The entire pro understood they are cccds of this show will go into thc The Weather aUcndant divorcement of leges which year as a number of people nfniiates restricted th future flota on ihe gridiron will amonjtha tclr cpinicn and hart the privilege Brr Association n resnlulion was I en of securities provided a plan for spsakrvs and also thn coachs o disciisiins thc issues tho the guaraiiiee of deposits and ar of othcrr of the larger institutions numbers of the Bar Association at ipnprd for the ultimnte membership which although not scheduled rivals a mcctlnc of that body of all banks in the Federal Reserve of the local college arc interested in The only difference of opinion as nicotine of the Delaware County is openly avowed to support the ad The members of Ihe Chester Civic t r i i WASHINGTON Dec Vcct of raising coffers of the Civic Council for the forccastE a s t c r n Pennsylvania the hquor bustpurchasing of toys candies etc to cloud and iihtJsnow in to make their he presented to the poor children of wcst amj nortu portions lonUht this city on Christmas monung at Tucstiav anij Joiner the Allegheny thc theatre party to be held for them j Pennsylvania I icht snow one friction in the Stanley and Washington thei am forlcr t0nipjhl Tuesday partly cloudy colder in cast portion rank J Harris i atrcs Continued on Sixteen i I o method nf control lies Continued on Page Sixteen those who wanted to return to the ininitrsUon measure The oihrr Council hraded by City Commissioner faction headed by Senator lames J William M Powel and including repj baing exercised by the Coyne has not committed itself in rwentativrs of every i dicating an indifTorence toward civic fraternal patriotic and social 7 a m There was therefore nothing left social legislation Coyne is known to in the city are urpins all citizens of j R a m j iI P am unanimousiy passed against such function baing exercised Court TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m Continued on Page Icn Continued on Page Sixlccn Continued on Paje Sixteen 10 a m 23 H P in 30 Noon 34 I p m SK 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