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Lebanon Daily News and The Lebanon Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 11, 1925, Lebanon, Pennsylvania ft is P fiilrth fnMows this tfelt j tttts and Ilia Lebanon Dally UB FULL THE UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATION ot hiach moderate sontht Slhele two C6nts Per IS Published every Evening except Sunday WEMMJDAY hs SecondClass Mnttef at tha at Lebanon 14 John National Out lined The Service This Popular Organiza tion Has Set Out To Accomplish Which Eventually Will Make For Still Greater By John McQuigg National Commander of the j American j Written for the United Press Copyright 1925 by United Press j j Day is a day of On this seven years ago the great guns fell silent on the Western Tran came to a world weary with four long years of Yet the men and women who formed Americas forces in this greatest conflict of all time knew that their service was not ended j with the So there came into existence the Continued ont Pago Two PROGRAM FOR PEACE Maintenance of adequate forces for intcrnnl and exter nal national Prompt enactment into law the principle of the vorsal taking tho profit out of war and making its Hardships and service atod sacrifice equal for Immediate adherence by the United States to riianent court of international justice i BOY SCOUTS OF VETERANS FORM WARS Gave First Public Ten derfoot Investiture Held In City IN THE VETS HOME Hynson Gave In teresting Talk To Large Audience v Troop Boy of tho Veterans of Foreign last night gave the first public Tenderfoot In vestiture before a fair sized audi The event opened with the scouts marching into the headed by their troop which is com posed of Paul NO PATROLMEN HERE TO HOLDEXAMINATION Prospective who wish ed to take examinations for a 11 censo were nadly disappoint j ed when they reached City Hall and found that no State Highway trolmen were in tho city They are having n holiday in order to commemorate Armistice and will be in the city next November as FLAGTWAVING IN OBSERVANCE ARMISTICE DAY INTERESTING TALK GIVEN BY To Large Audience in the High School Auditorium ON TUESDAY Continued Page Seven BIG MEETING HELD BY THE RAMOCLUB Electrical Expert To Accompany Trouble Committee on Trips WILL ELIMINATE Noises Which Have Been Traced To Various Sections A highly successful meeting of the Lebanon County Radio Club was held at the Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday evening at 8 with President Pat Dunne Forty members were includ ing several The Metropoli tanEdison Company will be asked to supply a man to accompany tfce Continued on Page Ten Judge Edwards Is Reported Dying at Scranton Today Special to News by United Press Today president H Edwards of the local bench is reported dying at his home in this Hejs 82 years Robert Geeting Died In McKeesport Today Special tp Newgiby KJnltea Pa Today Robert sporting editor of McRees port Dad and well Known In Fraternal 4iej here last Letopn College Readers Club MeUt Home oj Wallace FOR THE ELKS CHARITY Shuberts Great Musi cal Comedy Rage at Academy of Music ON DECEMBER 7 Elks Have Arranged for Anniversary and Events Shuberts Student the musical comedy rage of New York alllast and still going strong will offered Lebanon theatre on December as the Elks nual charity The production has been seen in New York by Lebanonlans who praise it in most enthusiastic language because The Readers Club of Valley College spent a most ful evening on Monday at the home pf professor of at the A very interesyijg A Night With was presented by the of the of the stories written an4 by this an account Of Continued on page Elsht Tauble Hosiery Mill Have Day Off Employes of the Hosiery JI111 of Ninth and Scull streets are enjoying a holiday because of Armistice They are spending their day off in various Lloyd George Paid Tribute to Page Special to News by United today at exercises in honor of the late ABIT bassador Walter George paid tribute to the envoy as one of the greatest I remehiber he the day that news carne over that Amerlpa had declared war on Page came to see me and came right into the cabinet His heart was too full he never said a word but ehqok mx with tears in bis JJJa heart was oveflowing with pride great nation had come Into tbe struggle for the liberties of who denied Page wag an aBglijphtle declared Pages Immortal an anuounce EZRf 1 Flags were displayed In large numbers throughout the city today in observance ot Armistice tho anniversary of the close of the World There was also a partial holi The stores were open as but tho banks were closed as were also tho couit house Some of the officials remained at their Among these wns Deputy County Treasurer Shirk was required to be present because court is in session I arid Is expected close for the week before the day is and the jury men will have to be paid Agreeable Surpjrisk Venerabler Couple at Corn wall Home BY THE CHILDREN Fine Dinner Served and Gifts in Gold Presented Couple The fiftieth wedding anniversary of and Ezra Wenger was celebrated at their at Corn on Sunday November They were married November The golden anniversary celebra tion was a complete surprise to tho who were delightfully en unless all charity fit tyere wjth the City HOT public arrests so aranJ d permits Contlnued on Page Four Heisler Gave Armistice Day Talk In Garfield Junior High the pastor of the First United Evangelical church of this a most profit able and interesting Armistice Day address before theOarflold Junior High this morning during tho assembly The speaker stress ed those things which make a and enduring na and attached proper value to human life and its highest achieve through education and relig His talk was replete with ver bal Illustrations and was thoroughly enjoyed by the student i Miss Josephine Hackmans Condition Is Improved Miss Josephine daugh ter of Bertram of Seventh and Hill Is reported to be in good condition Two weeks ago Miss Hackman underwent a ma jor operation at the Good Samaritan Her many friends extend to her their beat wishes for a speedy Krum is tho at tending Daniel Light Reported Improving at Hospital Panlel pf 401 North Ninth who sustained a fracture at tho of SluUl ft8 the result of ajj Accident Front and keh day je COURT TODAY Judge JJenry and a common pleas court jury today gave consideration to the claim of Carmine of 43H South Fifth for damages from Frank of Sputh Lebanon as a re sult an automobile on Saturday April of this Manzolillos big Hudson sedan car was being driven by his Thomas from Jleading to Lebanon with Thomas brother and two other friends as At Half It is they met Long in a Ford coupe with a The Reading boys assert that Long was driving in zigzag fashion and that after tho in which both Lecture Given Under the Auspices of Y Lyceum Course Close to six hundred ardent porters of the local and Lyceum turned out Tuesday evening to hear Maud Ballington lecture in the High School Auditorium the second number of the series of events on the season Little Mother of thj Continued Page Ten DORMITORY AT which occurred at Samaritan tend Ui a streeto on Sun d to be in fair He Is at the Good His friends ex heartiest wishes for restoration Of his good r Continued on Pnga Ten Reparations Awarded to Newspapers on Cores Returned to The Mills Today United Interstate Commerce Commission today awarded repara tions to publishers of newspapers in De troit and on news print winding returned to all mill points in the United States east of Lake The reparations covered less than carload shipments moving within two years prior to the date of the July The Bal timore Publishing the commission was entitled to reparations only fromApril the date of Its Paul LStohler Increased Force On Lykeiis New Hotel Paul the local brick laying tWe learning took anptber force of mento Lykens to workmen the Community Hotel which Contractor ja building at that The floor will be by the National Stf started work on thejob on Monday morning with a largVforce ot from this rushed during the it can be IS COMPLETED v Boys Well Heated Ventilated ftooni ELEVEN IN HOME POSSE OF 300 MEN TO AID IN CAPTURE OF NOTORIOUS 01 FRANK CENTRE BAR w German Police Dogs Trailed Tennis Jail Breaker and JVouldBe to Woods on Outskirts of TownFcP More Than 36 SHOT POLICE CHIEF RESISTING ARRESTS Centre United Press Frank Dell Tennessee jail breaker and notorious outlaw orfjl shot and seriously wounded Police Chisf George Dow in was reported surrounded by n on the outskirts of Forty armod who assisted byGerman jpolloa the outlaw for more than 36 sent word to Police Simpson at 9 today that Fellows capture appeared I have ordered niy men to take George even if Ihey to do Chief Simpson told tlvj United Press A resident of Centre vvhokuows Fellows by him in woods the north part of the town late have been hot trail and I expectholl be taken Centre Harboris 13 miles east of where the otv Chief Dow in resisting Tho posse which isReported to have the JaiOj eluded General of CountyAfUbt and Sheriff Moro than 3QO men were pxpeotedHere today to of enrovito here ABhlandfanQ Wearing Apparel and Bed Linen From Needlework Guild A well attended meeting of tho Board of Trustees of the Mizpah Faith Home for children was held on Tuesday afternoon at the home in There are eleven children in the home at five of whom have been entered order of the a Is about to an Contlnued on page Three Deny That Gunmen Are Secreted at Scranton completed as pejtt year as pos aihla was made by city officials here today that gunmen have been imported to Scranton in connection with the official election The stories appearing in some outside newspaper were termed bunk by Scranton officials who say there is no danger but that peace and order will continue to pre NO CASES AT POLICE COURT THIS MORNING No one was celebrating Armistice Day in advance other disturb ances ruined the peaceful quiet of a Lebanon since there no cases which canie before Mayor for his this morn In the daily session of the police JOSEPH 0ESTEFANO AND F i1 CHILDREN PERISHED IliFII Mother With Clothing Afire Tossed Little Into Arms of Neighbor And Then Junripi Found Beneath B Special to News by United East pod in their bedroom on third floor of a six family Jo seph Destefano and of children perished in flames early The Anna escaped by leapingfrom a tossed her 14 months to safety arms of a Both Destefanoandf wero seriously burned The blaze started InVthel fano apartment and spread Continued on EDUCATION WEEK NOVEMBER 1622 Special to Nowsby United Gover nor Plnchot today proclaimed tho week of November 1622 as Educa tion Week In The week is to be observed throughout the Commonwealth by such exor Ises as will develop a better un derstanding of the problems and the of tho public schools of our it at A HAMBURG A SERIOUS Packed Furniture to Be Sent to lpjal today packed to LJ9yd fprmer manager of Gas and Fuel oc cupies an cay nod shipped to where Phillips We future Jam Today Supt Ghildrens Honie Plead Guilty to Charge Assaulting Young Girls fSpecla to News ly United PrewJ Wilson former superiuten ou Tuesdaypapsed Special to Newfi by alarm fire threatened hero tlila families homeless and garage and was not William had been dealing in place where the fire taken into custody by hero was some the fire ff WM Daniel Carmany Pai 72nd Daniel clerk at dejit of a Baptist Childrens Homo pleaSed guilty in supreme courtto day to a charge of criminally as saijltjng Bllzabeth an Inmate the Cropsey remaoded son to Jail for sentence nextJJoU Johnson is 43 years Old and has been married fifteen The grand Jury last week brought indictments against all CQ tttesame charge made by gjrl inmates the day celebrated has oj some time fte He street near tendere4 tnetr felicitaj of years ot life AmwlRn Bed Wanted
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