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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 5, 1934, Chester, Pennsylvania                              59TH 18025 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best of the Day Dally Leased Wire Reports ot United Press UP and Internatlonl News INS CHESTER PA FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 1934 TWENTYFOUR PAGES PAUL DEAN WILL OPPOSE BRIDGES IN THIRD CONTEST World Series Move to St Louis With Teams Tied at One Each Victoryof Detroit Raises WOMAN PINED ON BUILDING CODE Assuming a defiant attitude towards city officials yesterday proved costly for Mrs Joannle Rausch who lives in a riverside cabin near Reaney street She was lined by Magistrate Michael A Honan for violating the building code and in default was sen tenced lo the county prison for 15 days According to the testimony given by Building Inspector James Devlin the woman built an addition to her cabin without a permit When her attention was called to the infraction Interest to Fever Heat slie and refused to Rowe Hero Todays Lineup Dclroil St Louis White cf 000 Martin 3b 300 Cochrane c 125 Kothrock rf 250 Gehrger 2b 375 Frlsch 2l 111 Gretnbg Ib 250 niedwick If 500 Goslinlf 400 Collins Ib 222 250 000 222 Korea ss Owen 3b Fox rf Bridges p 000 Delancey c 200 Orsalticf 375 Durocher ss 000 P Dean p 000 A L at plate Reardon N L at first Owens A Li a4 second and Klein N L at third Game starts 2150 p m Philadelphia time tear down the addition he said She was arrested and following the ini tial hearing she was given two weeks to comply with the order of the building inspector but instead of do ing as she was told she placed shin gles over the same addition During the controversy she en gaged three lawyers but each gave up in despair when their client stead fastly refused to obey the edict of the city official PINCHOT BACKS SCHNADER RAPS EARLE GUFFEY ST LOUIS oct Executive Steps Out Into world series came to St Louis today tied at game and game Today the St Louis Cardinals and jhe Detroit Tigers start at the equiv imfnt of scratch each needing three games to capture the world title and even in this town or rabid baseball partisans they were offering odds that the championship wont be decided in the games tobe placed at Sports man Park today Saturday and Sun day Todays pitching assignments were Bridges and Paul Detroit Tommy Bridges No 2 man for the Tiger staff for St Louis Paul Daffy Dean a sort of road company of his brother Jerome Dizzy Dean Both Paul and Tom arc right handers Were now Mickey Coch rane said leading his troop off the Tigers special train Ill admit I was plenty worried about those er rors in the first game but you notice we didnt make any yesterday Naturally I think well win but the going is to be plenty tough from here out Im glad to be getting back home said Frankie Frisch the St Louis boss Fraiikie was completely re Continued on Page Twentytwo 100 AT YOUNG GOP WOMENS MEETING More than one hundred women of this county last night attended the organization meeting of the Young Womens Republican County Com mittee held in the Twentieth Century Clubhouse at Laiisdownc Mrs Ruth Harris of Ridley Park vas made temporary chairman of the neeting Those elected to serve as executive officers of the organ zation Mrs Mildred E Em nons of Secane chairman Mrs Elizabeth Bovd of Chester acting vicechairman Mrs Ella Lee Mur ray of Brookline secretary Appeals were made by Mrs Mil dred Emmons Mrs Ruth Harris and Mrs Ella Lee Murry to the commit teewomen in each precinct of the county to appoint a leader in each precinct Addresses were delivered by Mrs J Passmore Cheyney Slate comiiiit eewoman Guy dcFuria and C Wil liam Kraft assistant district attor neys Mr deFuria who is secretary of hs Young Mens Republican Club of Ma ware County spoke on how the organization was formed and told of he work which is being accomplished ay it Mr Kraft also spoke on the political situation in the county nnc commented on the speech made by Governor Pinchot at Easton SLIGHT DAMAGE IN LYRIC THEATRE FIRE Prompt action on the part of dis trict fire companies responding to a blaze at the Lyric Theatre Thirc street near Highland avenue pre vented a panic and saved valuable films from destruction last night The alarm turned in over Box 217 of the city fire alarm system at oclock and brought out the Fclton Franklin and Hanlcy com panies The blaze started in the pro jection room when some of the films being shown caught fire Members of the responding companies quicklj extinguished the flames with chemi cals and were able to return to their stations at oclock Damage was very slight and there was no panic among the patrons of the show BOY FALLS FKOIM TRUCK Rylon Hall Tenth street am Meadow Jane was treated at the Chester Hospital yesterday afternoon for injuries sustained when he los his balance and fell from a truck or which he was riding With a companion the youth boarded the truck at Ninth and Ker lin streets unknown to the driver gariiel P Casey Carpenter street Philadelphia At Ninth and Broomal streets the driver heard the youthV cries and slopped He removed the youth to the hospital and later re ported the accident to police Hal was able to be taken home after h was treated by physicians HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Tress the State Campaign at G O P Mass Meeting Says Democratic Candidate Is Completely Unfit for Governor WILKESBARRE Pa Oct am for Vviilianx Schnader I cant stand for Joseph F GufTey PRICE TWO CENTS IN FEDERAL COURTROOM AS SAMUEL INSULL FACES CHARGES That in a nutshell today was Gov ernor GifTord Pinchofs endorsement of tne Republican ticket in the fall election a positive commitment for us attorney general and negative in ferential support for Senator David A Reed seeking reelection Governor Pinchot selected this apital of the anthracite region where us disputed 26000pluraIity in the 1930 primary enabled him to best the j O P organization he had fought for two decades to deliver his first Johtical pronouncement since he suffered defeat in his third attempt o attain a lifelong ambition a seat n the United States Senate Hardly had the governors words died away before David L Lawrenc Democratic state chairman went on he air over the same stations used by the executive to accuse him of a Dr JekyllMr Hyde personalitv Accepting Governor Pinchofs speech as an endorsement for Reed Lawrence charged the executive with betraying the people to repay the Republican organization for the state Senates confirmation of the five chot appointees to the Public Service Commission Governor Pinchot did not mention Reed s he almost did oy a slip of the tongue over the bitter invective littered n customary Pinchot style he blasted at Guffcy left little room to doubt his position GufTey is Reed s Democratic opponent Resorting to oratorical redundancy to hammer home his point the gov frnor repeated over and over aalrr I cant stand Guffey Then the executive sought to rob Guftey even of the right to endorse administration ht inferring that election of an outrig critic of the New Deal would be more preferred than election of GufTev He id J Guffey is posing as Roosevelts fair haired boy I resent that claim And I want you to understand clearlv I think about Franklin Roose I think he is an honest man headed m the right direction i think he is often deceived and ham pscd and harassed by the Parlevs the GufTey and the rest of the GKEEN SAMUEL INSULL of Samuel Insull taken in the Chicago courtroom where the 73 trial got under way At right is Floyri E chTcfjusUce of the Illinois Supreme Court of TiiMills counsel clatls are cliargred with dcfraudinp Investors in he sale or of securities THOMPSON Insull and his TOMORROW LAST REGISTRY DAY Leaders of Both Parties Strive for Record En rolment New Fashionable Impitis Epidemic is on Way Here its all about Some savants say that the cause of the bewilderment is a Both the Republican and Dsnionlw disease But never take a sa crat parties are gearing their cam vanlseriously Hes so apt to be right paign machinery up for the third and i he isnt goofyAnd believe it final registration day tomorrow With j or not there are hundreds of goofy the registrationion the two previous savants right this minute in this days highest Inyears leaders of country alone Like absentminded both parties are striving lo roll up professors these savants and brain an all Ump iiirr1 rrnnrrt specialists aijd John Q Public are an all time high record Committeemen of each of the pvei walkng with a google lookin cincts in the eleven wards are urg ing upon the voters the necessity of enrollment to support the two major parties at the November eleci tion Every citizen in Chester to be elig ible to cast a ballot in the general statewide election November 6 must be registered No poll tax need be paid nor any other form of tax re ceipt exhibited Registrars will sit at the 42 polling places tomorrow from D a m to 1 p m 2 p m to 1 p m and 8 p m to 11 p m Every Indication points to they bustlearound It cant be done I dont care what anyone says it cant be done Truly my countrymen a terrible state of affairs But cheer up It isnt as bad as it all appears These bewildered psychologists these baffled brain specialists these goofy savants arc only temporarily deranged and in timetheyll be finite Continued on Page Seventeen BISHOP FMTAITT RETURNS HOME Episcopal Prelate Starts Busy Routine on Arrival From Europe Rev Francis M Taitt bishop of firmation of the prediction of the i lhe Pennsylvania Diocese of the Prot leaders of both parties that the rcg cstant Episcopal Church and former veil Continued on Page Seventeen DEATH GAR DRIVER HELD WITHOUT BAIL Mike Pondok 26 of 2527 West Sev enth street driver of the automobile in which Alice Kelly 18 of Lenni which was in a collision at Seventh and Kerlin streets on Sunday eve ning September 16 died in the Ches ter Hospital was held without bail on the charge of manslaughter by a coroners jury yesterday afternoon The inquest was held at the office of Deputy Coroner George White Third and Norns streets The driver of the car was also in jured m the crash and was also taken to the hospital where he remained a patient until September 24 when he was discharged Following his release Irom the institution he was placed under arrest and held in the sum of 52000 bail to await the action of a coroners jury on an involuntary manslaughter charge Katherine Armstrong another vic tim of the accident is still a patient in the Chester Hospital suffering with a broken leg istration will exceed the 15745 en rolled last year During the first two registration days the Republicans reg istered more than 2 to 1 voters over the Democrats On the first day September G ac cording to official figures received from the registrars Republicans en rolled 4380 votes against the Demo cratic enrollment of 2201 The figures for the second day September 18 the Republican enrollment was 4421 against a total of 1730 for the Dem ocrats Total registrations for the first day were 6581 and for the sec ond day 6201 Total registrations in this city during the past four years have been 1930 11670 1931 18082 1932 16021 1033 15745 and for the two days in 1934 12782 FREE BOY CYCLISTS IN DEATH OF MAN rector of St Pauls Protestant Epis copal Church returned to his home Broad and Madison streets yester day afternoon The bishop returned from a most interesting trip abroad in which he toured Soviet Russia and Greece and a number of adjacsn1 vicinities during the summer months He embarked from Athens Greece and his return ing ship arrived in New York City late yesterday morning a day behind schedule After going through the usual cus toms routine the bishop motored lo this city where he had been sched uled to be present at the meeting of the Womens Auxiliary of the Chester Convocation of Episcopal Churches He arrived here In midafternoon and was able to greet a number of his friends who hat come to attend the convocation meeting Immediately upon his return the bishop was plunged into a busy series of church duties as his presence Is expected at a number of convocation meetings In the Philadelphia area similar to that held yesterday at St Pauls Church He spent a busy time ycsterdny afternoon and was early away to Philadelphia today UP DARBY LODGTE OF MOOSE BANKRUPT COUNTY CLUB LOSESCHARTER Stonehurst Hills Outfit Ordered to Pay Costs Other Court Cases Samuel C Tallman 54 employed on the Carter estate in GradyviUc was found lying unconscious at Glen Mills last night sufftiring from a fractured skull internal hemorrhages and severely lacerated ear Tallman was found by two boys who were riding their bicycle along the high way Walter Cotter 15 and Charles Cotter 11 After finding the un conscious man the Brothers notified nearby physician Dr Miriam But ler who summoned the ambulance of the Media hospital and had him takon to the institution where he died at oclock According to state highway patrolmen who were investigating the death Tallman was apparently struck and knocked down by the boys bicycle but Deputy Coroner George H Rigby of Media a3 fccicntai and A steel engraving of The said that no prosecution would be was recently presented to the John m Wethcrill school Twentyfourth nnd Potter streets by Mrs Alfred H Wller a friend of the school The picture has been hung with other wall decorations donated by friends and various Upper Darby Lodge No 782 Loyal Order of Moose 7044 Garrett road Upper Darby filed a schedule in vol untary bankruptcy proceedings in the United States District Court at Phil adelphia yesterday Liabilities were listed as and assets GIFT TO SCHOOL made ALIBI HINTED IN HAUPTMANN CASE Lawyer Says He Can Prove Lindbergh Suspect Was Not in N j GOP CAMPAIGN IN FULL SWING Nightly Meetings Being Held Mass Rallies on October 22 BACCHUS BALKS BOOTHWYN BAD BOY Troubles for Fovwood Mooncy Jr of Boothwyn who svcnt to Media ycs erdny to stivnd trial In Court on a Inicejiy charge mounted when he struck the county seat Mooncy who with two other men wns to have gone on trial arrived and during the time he was waiting for Ins case to be called went out mid Imbibed in the cup that He returned to the Court House nnd bcenino both hilarious nnd boisterous to such nn extent thnt his presence became undesirable oniclnUs report Word was sent to the Media police station for m offlccr to come around nnd interfere with the celebration Mooncy wns placed under iincst nnd taken to the police station where he wns locked up until this morning when he was liberated to go nnd face the JiulRC on the larceny charge For tunately for Mooncy his carts was not called while he slept off the effects of the couple of drinks of whisky which he admitted wns responsible for disturbing the pence and quiet ness around the Court House SPROlJLlfREET GAMBLING CASE GOESJTO JURY No Defense Offered Two Are Ordered Acquitted by Court EDWARDSCASE MAY GO TO JURY BY NIGHTFALL Defense Speeds to Unex pectedly Early End in McKechnie Murder Beer License and Liquor Receipts Evidence Offered as The political campaign In Delawar county is showing rear activity will meetings being held nightly In vari ous parts of the county The Republican campaign Is being headed toward October 22 the date set for the seven zone or district mass meetings Starting this week the workers and members of the county committee are meeting in districts perfecting plans for the campaign and for the mnss meetings of October 22 The mass meetings will be held In Chester Media Prospect Park Col lingdale Upper Darby and Haverford township Each meet ing will be preceded by a parade with music and red fire torches Na tionally known speakers are expected to address the meetings tn addition to state and local candidates NEW fnr as tf police others while the spectators in th court room applauded Then he called the jurys attention to the threeinch thick steel plater door to the entrance to the club will a peep hole In it Thfa no cioub was to protect the athletes he said McDonough said that the men vver Sln n way connected with the club Numerous Young Republican It might have been a gambling clu groups have been formed under the be raid but the men had nbthin A Curran chair A surprisewas sprung lodny when the defendants in the gambling case of theFifth Ward Athletic Associa tion offered no defense and the case went to the Jury When court opened this morning C Willinm Kraft started lo addrcsb the Jury after John E McDonough counsel for the defendants assarlcc they would offer no defense Krafts address lasted more than ar hour and a half after which Judge Froneilelcl save the case to the Jury In summing up his case Kraft asked the jury to render a verdict of no eullty against two of the defendants They arc John Casey and Robcr Hull He said there was no evidence against these two men and that a verdict would be contrary to the evi dence Kraft also referred to the other flvt members of the Fifth Ward Athlctli Club and spoke disparagingly nbou the place He said Look what got In the dice hors racing nm down sheets nnd othe articles ot gambling paraphernalia and said these do not ordinarily R with an athletic club Members of thejury he iald particularly call your attention to In and then pointed t Tucker Welsh John Cnsey an ar A concerned to do with it Judge Froncncld In his charjjo t Parents of Defendant Tes tify He Tells Jury Freda Died Naturally WILKESBARRE Pa Oct defense of Robert A Ed vards charged with the murder of ils childhood sweetheart to fres ilmself for another romance sped o nn unexpectedly early conclusion odayand the case was expected to n the hands of a jury late tonight The young defendant his father us mother and a group of character vltnesses completed the defense case oday with Edwards story that Preda McKechnie an expectant nothcr died of natural causes whila hey were swimming in a lake at light the chief point in his fight o escape the electric chair Edwards said and struck the girl with a lackjnck after she had died Ha said that was in an effort to make it appear that she had died accidentally striking her head on a rock whila swimming and argued that he took such action after fearing he would uspecled of killing her Didnt you hit her so hard with ho Jack that youbroke the leather laridlo District Attorney Lewis asked I dont remember the defendant replied Lewis questioned Robert about tha incidents of the night of July 30th when the Stata charges ho murdered Irccla to be niarry Margaret Grain East Aurora NY muaia eacher Under crossexamination admitted he had lied after the flncU Ing of the body of Miss McKechnla in Harvey s Lake at a nearby summer resort After admittlngall these untruths you want the jury to now believe you are telling the truth arid Freda was dead when you struck her Lewis asked Yes sir Edwards was then excused from further examination and hU father DanielJ Edwards who U paymaster at n coal mine was called The elder Edwards said todaywas his SOthbirthday Mrs Edwards the prisoners mother entered the court room smiled at patted his shoulder She was pale and seemingly nervous j Edwards told about his sons ac tions at home the day alter the trag edy There was ho crossexamination He wasnt near as cocky as usual at the breakfast table the next day Edwards said Q DW question him about hla attitude A No I just passed it over Q Did you see his mother a chocolate bar A Yes T was in bed reading when he came in Q Where did you keep the black jack involved A In the dresser drawer in my room Q Was Robert awake the next morning when you got up A Yes Continued on Page Seventeen James M Fawcctt is I concerned he is innocent of real HIP wrongdoing women of the county under leadership of Mrs Eleanor G WhC he announced his intention to fight vigorously anyeffort on the part of New Jersey to extradite Hauptinann to Hunterdon county lo stand trial for kidnaping and murder I am convinced that Hauplmann was not the real culprit de clared emphatically Extradition will be fought I feel sure I can prove Hauptmann was not in New Jersey executive committee have planned Continued nn Page Seventeen HOME FROM ARIZONA HELD AS SUSPECT at the time of the kidnaping I have talked with friends Hauptmann who heretofore have been silent and are reluctant to en ter the case But I will produce them If necessary to corroborate his alibi Meanwhile other outstanding de velopments In the celebrated crim inal case today were as follows A fugitive for several months hav ing been implicated In an attempted I holdup according to police Edward T OO I of J Cohen 22 of Twentyfourth and Potter streets vas arrested yester day and today was turned over to Probation Officer Lcwln Palmer Police records show that three youths attempted to hold up an other trio opposite the Chester Times building on East Eighth street one Continued 017 1 Four more ransom Wls have I nlBht in July Two of the accused youths were arrested and the trio in dicted Cohen is said to have the city and was In hiding In Arizona un til recently when he returned home He will probably bo tried at the pres ent term of criminal court Twentytwo SHERIFFS 62ND BIRTHDAY Sheriff Nathan P Pcchln cele brated his birthday anniversary yes terday and Judge Albert Dutton Mac Dade took advantage of a lull be tween trials to congratulate him The sheriff thanked the court and said I am just 62 years young to day I have spent these years very pleasantly in Delaware County which I consider the finest In this State or any other State I believe His Honor agrees with me on this A large basket of beautiful dahlias and gladioli graced the sheriffs cxprcMing the cood wishes of the employes of his office AT LIXCOLX FIELDS After State Liquor Board enforce ment officers had built up damaging evidence against them and nearly Oh Yeah Annan fcrevPf forward to MonUris Ogee Kissie tell the court their complaints two Hit and Run Scrgent D Jlavnan officers Of the Independent Repub Club of Stonehurst Hills Adirondack Dojo Tryst Chips Weather cloudy track fast AT LAUREL Cynwyd Scotlys Pride Can Blessed Again Snn drops 2d BachcloreUe Three Grand Objection less Harry cloody iracfc fatt changed their plea to nolle contendre late yesterday Judge Albert Dutton MacDade had suggested the plea af ter hearing testimony for nearly two hours and added that the men re linquish their club charter In sentencing them this morning Judge MacDade imposed a fine of apiece and costs and placed them on one years probation with the under Pace Invents 28 Letter Explosive Charge WASHINGTON Oct rn trophenylethylnitramine or an ex plosive charge the inventionof Philip O Wrightsman of Chester Pa today won from the U S Patent Office a patent which he Immediately assigned to the E I duPont dft Nemours Company of Wilmington Del If the explosive charge keeps up with Its name it indeed will b a deadly potion for our boys to be throwing at the boys of some other nation Wrightsman claimed that the charge represents at least ten new ideas in explosives he didn t say anything about the name which most certainly con tains a few more It took Federal patent examin ers nearly three years to determine the exact nature of the compound before they would recommend granting a patent His applica tion had been pending since June i if i U sTREASURY classes in the school auditorium SLAYERS LETTERS READ IN COURT j Passionate Outbursts Sen sation Trial atr Edwards WILKESBARRE Pa Oct torrid love letters that Robert Allen Edwards wrote lo Margaret Grain even while he vowed fidelity to Preda McKechnie were read into the record of the new American Tragedy yes terday Spectators blushed women hung their heads and even Assistant Prose cutor Flannery choked as he recited scores of the 172 messages The letters written before Freda CeaUoral on Put WASHINGTON Oct 5 ONS Treasury balance as of October 3 8220168104538 internal revenue Si 3 03486567 customs receipts 91491436 FORUM SPEAKER TELLS OF NAZIS Dr E E Harkness Traces COUNTY ESTATE IN REALTY DEAL Arrowrnink a country estate on Mt Pleasant road between Prospect Hill and Mcadowbank roads Villa nova has been sold by the estate of Phillips to Benjamin The property consists of a colonial residence on about eight acres When alterations and Improvements to It nre completed the brokers announce the property win represent an Invest ment of 5125000 Frederick Eshlemah Luthers Influence Present Era on Martin Luther and the events of the Lutheran Reformation are the historic precedents upon which the German Evangelical Church ts at tempting to make religion a depart ment of the new German state said Dr R E E Harkness at the first meeting in the current series of lec tures being offered by the Chester Citizens Forum at the Y W C A Building last night Speaking to more than 150 pco on face Seventeen Rabbits Up Each Leg He Is Jailed A householder In the 200 block East Twentyfourth street this city makes no claim to the power of the magician but when he found an intruder In his back yard in the early morning of June 24 he succeeded in extracting a rab bit from each trouscr leg ot the stranger Finding the rabbits had been taken from his own rabbit pen police were called Yesterday Philip N Hubbell the Intruder who lives In the 600 block West Seventh street pleaded guilty to larceny His only ex cuse for secreting the rabbits was that he had been drinking Hub bell told Judge Albert Dutton JfecDade Because he had a rec ord of several previous arrests Hubbell was sent to the county jail for a term of six months to three years plus a flne Assistant District Attorney Louis A Bloom was the commonwealths representative In the hearing on Vage Twentytwo MacDADE ORJDERS UP DARBY PROBE An Investigation as to why the Up per Darby police nnd also the com missioners took no action regardlnc complninLs that the Alcazar a cafe on the Garrntt road Upper was a mikancc In the neighborhood because of its noise ordered at Media this afternoon by Judge Al bert Dutton MacDade District At torney Willinm J MacCnrtcr was or dered to nnd the solution According to the testimony of per sons living in the vicinity of the cafe Us patrons were notsy from early evening until early morning The matter it was testified was re ported first to the police and then a petition was presented to the com missioners The investigation was ordered durlir thetrial of Fred M Rlckharcit alleged proprietor who is being tried on a charge of having conducted a disorderly place worviTvN vicmfoF TROLLEY CRASH DIES Mrs Elizabeth Peppcnmiller 58 STRUCK BY TRAIN ESCAPES WITH BUMP Felix 47 Negro of Twin Oalis had more thrills yesterday than he ever had in his life and his fun cost him only First he met some friends who gavo him some drinks The spirits gave him the idca of going for a hike but he made the mistake of selecting the tracks of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad forMs walk A train came along and knocked him off the tracks but he escaped with a slight bump on hts head When he regained his senses in the Chester Hospital he became peeved when he noticed a patrolman at his side They found a revolver in his pocket and removed him to the hoose gow after the doctors and nurses were through with him The re volver which was empty and a piece of junk was put in his pocket he first claimed but later acimjvecl that It was givento him by a man whose cellar he cleaned Magistrata Honan heard his tale and freed him on payment of S3 costs 1 OplCSof Times A speaker here said that Americans years old of Delaware avenue Es are dying too fast Which orobablv 1 slngton died early today in Taylor Hospital as the result of injuries which she received In an automobile accident at Powhatan and Essington avenues Tuesday morning when the car in which she was a passenger came In collision with a P R T trol ley car Her husband Ernest Peppcnmiller means that American drivers are driving that way A man charged with larceny In this county was arrested in California All our socalled detectives agree that thats carrying things too far Winter Is Just around the corner who was at the of the automo But you can oet tnat ifc wont be as bile isIn a serious condition In the hospital having a rcstbss night BRIDGEPORT MILL P 1C PIED AGAIN Strikers Resume Watch Notwithstanding Martial Law Order BRIDGEPORT Pa Oct UP1 thin line of strikers resumed picketing the James Lees and Sons Company woolen mill today despite Sheriff Haseltlne S levers procla mation establishing abnornmal re strictions here and at Norristown The sheriffs action came at he i end of a day of smouldering unrest following the fatal shooting of Ell wood Quirk a spectator Wednesday night when deputy sheriffs acting as mill guards fired on the strikers Six mounted state police and 58 troopers on foot prevented any re sumption of violence here yesterday SherifT Levers proclamation forbade A raje Seventeen elusive as prosperity When caught some men would walk a mile for a cigarette But not blind folded Which reminds that gift cigars will burn better if theres a good bed ot coals in the furnace After seeing several high school girls leading thfc cheer section ws would think the would make won derful train callers when they grad uate Speaking about trains that the average conductor fears one He tells em all where to get off According to a dispatch kissing is still practiced in England That should be worth a trip to the British Isles Weather WASHINGTON Oct Eastern prob ably followed by rain and in portion late tonight slowly rising temperature Western fW lowed by rain Saturday and M portion late tonljrM sUfhtly wi in Ktath and east portions V   

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