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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - February 6, 1919, Lebanon, Pennsylvania tf 4fith MM fhli Bteefoti the fuH 91 the Patted Press f AH FBSfttfAllir Police and Soldiers Strike Duty at Sea Ruled That Court Had No Jurisdiction in Shoe Company of Pal myra Against Annville and Palmyra Electric The good offices of the Mato public service commission tun be invoked with a view to bring fing about tt settlement of the dltLTi which have arisen between Hlie Oriel shoe manufacturing com Of and the Palmyra furnishing of Ic fllio whole micfttlon wan aired VVedj ineeday afternoon bofore Judgo ilHenry Kitting In with the falling to effect on amicable iBfttlement of the ruled Hi Oiad no jurisdicion and that ttlie case taken before the Hervioe commission for Counsel tor the Grieb company promised to lo so at once and President Bom of the electric lagreed to await the decision of the of Tho trouble arose over the furnish IUR or power to operate the companys new fitting department In the firelner The electric company claims the shoe managrmont aehed for a twenty power load andIt fuinluhed it only to discover that but two one horse of the three phase had been Installed by the Orleb man Them the stipulation was made that a different type of motor had to lx metal otherwise thei rurrent would be cut It was toj prevent this action on part of the electric company that Injunction proceeding Meyer and represent the Grieb company and Samuel the eiecj trie Would Take Census Like Army Draft A tluti that dnroiinlnl census be takon by inctinn of nvstiin cvolviil tor DIP gelortlvp servico law for Ihr Army is contained in the annual report of Provost Mar shal Umoriil mnd pub lic To iequiro fvnry woman or child to appear at a designated at a fixed and furnish Information for tab ulation in thu census Is entirely as proved by thu experience of the Gen eral Cmwder He added that this would reduce the unthor ing of census information from a matter of months to one ot Adoption thu Relectlvo service system to the Gen eral Crowder would not nn but tinextension of a principle already S MILLION Ml Greatest Revenue Raiser in the Waf for Bonus to Marine and Nurses in Upon Disc BENJAMIN LUDLOW TO BE SPEAKER AT ROOSEVELT Secured by Chairman Boger and Is Orator of National Here During Liberty Loan Busy Perfecting Other Necessary x WTIiMAM Son of and Prank Krl of Myerstown it Camp rwoverliiK from a wound In ilu which he suffered October I ft whlln flBlitliiR with tho American forces In Hriincp Afitor bnltiK under trisitiiiont In several bnpc hospitals in Krauze he was SPIH back to arrivinK January at and Is now await ing bis discharge from the Uebainons Roosevfelt Memorial be staged on the coming Sun day a with the Benjamin of as the Final decision to this ef fect was made this follow ing the return from Philadelphia ot Druggist Charles the chairman of the committee on speak He stated that every speaker of national fame to be located in the la tied up for speeches on Sun day and many of them for succeeding Sundays as of the lecturers how recommended Uud because of his unusual talent as an and also be cause he is Spoko Here Attorney Ludlow is the man who addressed the Liberty Loan gather ing at the Lebanon some months and whose eloquence responsible tor subscriptions of over a hundred thousand dollars af ter It seemed that the financial Paying of Taxes Under New Law you do not pay your taye8 under the new tax you liable to a large number Failure to make returns or to pay taxes sub jects tUe tax payer to a penalty of then to a large mis demeanor and fine of and again to a taking in the tax sought to be false returns of 0tata menis punishable by fine and in various some amounting to and a year to Wrttt respect to the State if it is the government collect the tax and all sponge had been previously wrung He made an immensely favor able impression at the and the announcement that he is to be here as the Roosevelt apjealkaf elicited much enthusiastic commendation on the part of those who heawl him on the occasion of his previous Now that the question of a speak er has been finally decided the committee will get together for the purpose of making the other necessary for instru mental and vocal a chairman of the meeting ana other general The establishment of the date of the Roosevelt meeting will also make it possible for the Hall committee to take action as to where the meeting will be Widely Known Ludlow is widely and moat favorably kjnown in He succeeded Challrman Dodge of the Committee on Public Speakers of the War Defense when Dodge was sent to Europe fc the He is not only a deep thinker and but Is a most able and gifted He was one of the most prominent mem bers of the Mask and Wig Club ot the University when he was a stu dent and his histrionic abil ity at that time was such that he was looked upon for a career on the Ha elected to enter the medi cal profession and has made a decided success of though his snccew as a platform orator has been attributed very largely to his training In He stated to Chairman Boger tna be will talk principally upon Hoose vans constructive and reconstruc tive Ideas in so as to make the lecrture profitable in the present era of reconstruction as well as enter taining to the audience That he j will he greeted by a large audience goes without saying News Want 1ERMANSAND POLES SIGNED ANARMISTICE Special to Newn By CnHea and Boles have signed a seven day arm Btlce on the Sileslan which may renewed it vaa reported In dispatches received ere This armistice ends one of the ndependent wars that were threat ning eastern The Poles ad announced their Intention of occupying Berlin and at one time vere reported within 100 miles of he German MEETING OFTHE IRONWORKERS ON SATURDAY iron workerw who are In in the wiigf with locJil Iron manufacturiiiK oallod to Mi axsainblugit In Hit Sons of America on SJitiirduy It it uaderstood the inciting will bu an open one antl riportfi will bu mud a by the commlttws appointed last week to wait upon tho local indus trial There will be n meettwg of AmuJwamated Assoclatlon of Stnol and Tin Workers at the same place on Sunday Over Realized On Farm Stock Sale of George Snavely More than were realized Wednesday afternoon by Marcellus assignee for George Snavely f Swatara by the sale of arm The property sold wus or the most part farming imple ments and all of thean aold at good The live stock included a three horses and thirty Gilbert was the NOTICE The last Open Meeting of the employes of the lehem Valley Iron will be held in the OF FE1EUARY ft Taxed on Incomes tilKiPtal to News by tnltod fed eral officials from President Wil son whether appointed or are tnjcctl on In but stuti officials are WATCH CHARMS FOR FOOT BALLPLAYERS Golden footoall watcli fob charms have been presented to the members of the Lebanon High school footbalj squad of with the compliments of the athletic association of the The presentation was made on with the following as re clpents Kase and Student Manager Real Estate Agent James LRutter Has Regained Health James the widely known Lebanon rent estate re turned homo on Wednesday evening from a prolonged stay at Philadel phia and Atliintic City following a revere attack of While Ir Philadelphia he was under treatment by a noted spending three in u He is again In the enjoyment of vigorous health and is receiving the congratulations of many friends on his complete restoration and re turn to active business Painful Injuries Were Sustained By Bitting REVIVAL SERVICES IN THE PALMYRA fterricea will he opened next Sunday February to Indefinitely in the United tiftn church at Thfly he lu charge of Inwin who boards at the North Lebanon on North Oth was painfully injured while at work at his regular place at the roundhouse of the Lebanon branch of the Pennsylvania Ho was engaged in lifting a heavy rim of a locomotive wheel when the lin ing of his stomach gave way in u serious Wltmeyer gave the pa tient the necessary Bit ting Is able to be about but Is likely to tor some time from the of the OHAHLilCH TKOSTKK Of Company Thirtieth In writing from the German frontier whore he Is serving with flip American Army of tolls his Uovt ot 725 Union that ho nxpwts to bo home Trostlo through many trying oxporl oncrs and was In three hig battles escaped without a SEATTLE INTHE GRIP OF STRIKE OFTHUSANDS Spccliil to fcy Unltud gonoral Rtrlke was threatened horn at 10 It grow out of the demand of Bhipyart work Apparently all industries were ul a stand Street cars ceased electric power was off and even newspapers including la bor papers suspended Dis tribution of food was al lowance being made to supply milk to hospitals and for The un ions plan to run fifteen public eating liouHes whore meals will bo served at a nominal Practically all restaurants clonod thin morning even before the strike This affects approximately 100 workers Of these 000 are shipyard Vorkurs and Uie others are Mayor llan Hon is prejlurocl 1o swear In police to maintain order if neces he declared Extra de tails of polico have been culled on and it Is reported that de tails from army cantonments at Camp Lewis are prepared to coma to the rescue if KAIliKD IN An eleventh hour attempt bj Charles of the United States Shipping to prevent the walkout at 10 of from to union mon today labor leaders said oarly they wired that if thu shipworkers would return to work ho would at once call u conference to arrange wugtm and hours after tin expiration of tho present agree The labor men declared Phizs offer Labor leaders assurtud I his would bo tho first strike in American his tory in which representing all forms of activity walked out en Supper and Sale At Fredericksburg for Benefit Red Cross BY United Press Staff Correspondent report on 1 six billion dollar war revenue m this presented to the House today by ChairmanB3 the Ways and Means In addition to raising about m gives every sailor and marine and all womeiMiiw the American forces a bonus of upon Thilk an appropriation of more than Continued on page 6 SIX MORE LOCOMOTIVES FOR Bethlehem Steel Purchase Will Bring Additional Rolling Sltpjc Fore River Shipyards to This Point Improvements to be That Bethlehem Steal Gtoan pany has strong faith in tie1 future of Lebanon ae an industrial cantor is again aptly illustrated by the plans which have been made for Uie de velopment of the Cornwall Railroad property which waa reeenUy brought liy the and turned over on the first day of the presept It is statod that the company will inwke extensive linprovHaanenta andj particularly iu the rolling BO as to uamHo ail the traffic that the new era of prosperity will bring when once the boom John the master mechanic of the left Par Phila Now York and Boston this with Now York and although he was reticent as to his It la understood from other sources that he hca guno to the Fore lliver Ship Building Corporation plant in for the poso looking over a number of looomatlvos which are no re quired and which are to be bnouglut to Lebanon for Cornwall POSTPONEMENT PURCHASED CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOUSES Peeds hftve been filed for record in Recorder Zimmermans office for four flf the new Qnamber Of Commerce operation homes on Title to P George Joyce Quinn aad A MOORE Friday and Saturday Red Railroad and generalv Wlntereteen appro suitable for tocal Since the atmistioa The Fore River Steel subsidiary slacking up andBQ and equipment at i will be shipped to Kteol Company will share In ohe distr it IB said thwt care equipment wiU bo added to sent raWIng of and aa era of aotiTJtf OB the old line wttl American Industry gett The Bethlehem transfer about six large from the River plaatx and tfcey will be remodeled roundhoTiao Weat The larjrtng the roundhonse now appareot in Mght lug stock additions be i SPROUL AT WELCOMEHOME FOR MENOHER WARCOSTSTi PAIDBYTHlI Special to Mew By generations will enjoy to NewB By who spoilt yesterday in allendluB the celebration held o this generation honor of rharlea dc to pay all the of tftft dured this morning that he hail the proposed revenue v never aeen a more siwntaneoug1 aJid according to Harry exteiJBlve welcomehome than that dent of the Chicago arranged for the commander of the Commerce Tho Ladies Auxiliary of the Fred ercksburg Fire will hold an oyster supper ans fruit sale in the of on Saturday The proceeds nre for the red Lwvi Gilbert Smoke PONS or PONE Kalnbow And I have seen lots of eaid the gov State officlale who aocom lanied the governor had their eyea opened when they heard Johnstown peaple pronounce though It with Home Attention My February list is very suited to all classes of rang ing in price from to Those homes on Eighth street are decided Also tlie street homes east of open ttell Of Iftl East Cuwborlnn4 returned home from New to tend the funeral of his Sarah The r itnisinesemcn to shoulder heavy They are willing to can Juet aa they win the but tb In safety and j carried Any Pf tards industry ant operations FISH FROZEN WHlTlNOSi 5c Delivered cost of the war over and reducing immftdi a co we b9 to a to all to u wUl fefr until tte UseU mm 46 North f i e 1 j r
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