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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - February 2, 1924, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                j 1 t A man wwt he is be trice to Vjolt ft jnwts ft fcaslfitae Thfc Newspaper receives the Full Service of the United Preaa aa SecondClass at the Post Office Rt SATURDAY FEBRUARY Two Cents Per 13 PubllhJd every RvenltiR 1HE WEATHER jrfeftrtjii PBft GUHmf nifht probably light rate la 10 Animals In Frenzy As Ringling Paint Shop Burned WOODROW TO CLINGS MEAD GROWS WEAKER AT EVERY TURN OF THE CLOCK Fully Conscious But Does Not Talk to Any one and Knows The End Is Wilson Tenderly Caring For Him as The Spirit By LAWRENCE MARTIN United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON inborrn gameness is all that is ttTSta btn coSWd to meet the M crisis House Chaplain Prays For Wilson J Chaplain of tlio House of Repro in his prayer today opening the session of that invoked Divino support for Woocl iow Wilson as ho faces Montgomery said In this stloncc with subdued wo pray for that most ilistinguisluxl its lie lingers tho shadow of eternal In I hat hushed rcveai Jiysclf in the varied forms ol omfort and Give restful issnranrp to all sad and hcavj Shelter and keep htm un tlraid in Thy place and nay the shadow of the most ligh bathe his as he awaits ho summons to enter Ills fathers Hoaven Dont Mean Anything United Press Wilkes ground hog saw his shadow today but it dont mean a accord ing to Uncle Jo0 who drove into town today to invite his friends to a ground hog din Ive seen two caterpillars in the yard a robin Iras been sing ing near my window for a wenk bulbs are and the ani mals are all signs of an early Uncle Joe Uncle Joe killed a venturesome ground which came out a day and intends to have a Thats what he thinks of INTERESTING GATHERING OF MEMBERS Took Place in the Mo ravian Church Friday Evening MILLER Wilsons tolcT newspaper men after SS this brief official bulletin based on a visit to the sick room S3n Awilson had a fairly restful night but continues gradu On Vessel at Present his short statement Graysons informal Continued on Pare IIPS FOLLOW iN WAKE OF LEHNS TROUBLES On Board Albert To By radio to United Press former officer in the and now enroute home af ter months in a German Jail for at tempting ta kidnap Grover Cleve land is all dressed up In new clothes again and He is particularly anxious to see his mother back In and completely relieve her ot all tho worry be caused by his escapade TO WORK FOR NOMINATION OF GJIcADOO Democrats Met at Har risburg and Appoint ed Campaign Com mittee Delivered an Instructive Address and Music and Games Enjoyed The Christian Bndoavor meeting of Uic Christian of Lebanon county was largely attended lust ovpnlnK ivi ihp Moravian All Sunday workers of tins Iiy who are interested In young peo ple awl their endeavors attended the meeting in a large body and heard tho inUTivitjns talk delivered on i and for Lebanon Farm buppiy cred witll In Which Samuel Rettew Is a Rettew j dined to J 9 AMM T i Also Involved In Bail For Lehn On Criminal attcntians place him by those in in an heroic Financial complications wero mnltiplied today as a result of a vjrefik ago ot Harry of twhosc financial and personal dtffl form tHe foundation ot a ipetitlon now pending to throw Ms entire estate into involuntary bank Temporary Judge this upon petition of Francis a ilocal cattle appointed as temporary re for It was pointed out that thirty days are required I for service ot the bankruptcy papers upon the alleged and as Lehns present whereabouts are un his cattle and horses must be taken care and other later conserved for the benefit of H was stated that there is insufficient feed at the farm and that other interests require super Upon these representations by Warren nnd as attorneys for a Continued on PngQ EXPLOSION WRECKED CHANDELIER COMPANYS BUILDING AT KANSAS Henry Ford Entrance to Bok Contest Srecial to NtNva by United Press New Ford meant to enter his plan in the bok contest for promotion ot interna tional ho overlooked According to the DowJones cial news Ford re vealed his plan to a representative of that agency Make everybody speak This Ford is reported to have is very simple and it put into absolutely insure international CHAIRMAN MISH And Other Prominent Democrats of Lebanon at Meeting Democratic County Chairman DoriOy Former Postmaster vViuium and Caa sidy were amons the sixty or more Pennsylvania Democrats at on Friday when a permanent cam committee to work for McAdoo for the Democratic RINGLING PA1NTSHOPWAS ESTHER WALMER NOW CONFESSES THAT SHE MURDEREDENOSROBB Paced Jail With Tears Streaming Down Her Crying Place The Blame All On I Did If Oicers Refused to Take Her Confession Seriously Un less She Furnished Some KEEP MOTHER IffjAIL AND SHE WILL CONFESS ALL SHE KNOWS Declared Esther Prior to Her Firmly Adheres to Her and Believes She Can Establish An Breakdown of Girl Expected Ere AuthoritiesArranging to Place Funck Children In County I Esther witness to the Robb murderand sixteen Fire curly today destroyed tho paint hop of UiriRling Hiothers and Bar num nnd Baileys winier quur and aroused tlio hundreds of inlmals conlii ed In a nearby build ing to frcnziod Flames fiuloUly ato their way through the threestory frame build vcar old mystery within the unsolved startled the in VestiRators more than they have yet been startled by her multi tude of slarllinR when during the few hours she paced the corridor at the with tears streaming down her t pro and craying out Let me take all the put it all on Then came another II was I that did But in spite of their surprise the officers of the law took the confession somewhat a Fire In Ruins Followed Explosion and Trapped Number of the Em ENTIRE BUSINESS IS ROCKED Special to News by United Press Kwnsals Today bodies were recovered at M today following an explosion wriicb wrecked the Chandelier Companys Tenth and Grand in the heart of the business district Fire broke out following the blast and twenty five others were unac counted OtactelSi believed they were trapped by the The entire business district was rocked by thq Windows iu many nearby build ings including that occupied by Federal Heeerve Bank were shat Continued on Page Felicitations For Miss Helen Witmer On Birth Anniversary HAAS AT SALEMimON IAY Giving Street Sweeper Thorough Overhauling Will Deliver Chief Ad dress at Big Muhlen berg Rally An attractive program is arrang ed for The Groat Mublenbere Rally in Stilem Lutheran Tues day at John A U President of Muhlenbcrg and recognized as ono of the most forceful speakers among the college presidents of the will deliver Continued On Page There is a temporary discontinu ance ot city street cleaning because of the necessity of overhauling the Elgin power Angelo Urorn the regular operator nf tho apparatus took it apart several days ago and is rushing the High 1 way Commissioner Heverling an nounced today that he aspects the I machine sweeping to bo resumed next Theodore Shot Fined and Sent to Jail For Manufacturing Liquor Theodore Schott this morning plead guilty before Judge Henry to a charge of liquor He said he had previously been before the court on a like ot aud had violated his promise to abstain from such violation when he lost hia job on the was fined flOu and was sent to Jail for four Continued MI Page Ten THIS KORNING FROM AUTO SPEEDERS Fifty more dollars are snugly tucked away in the City Hall safe depoM t TUo money was paid in today by automobile drivers who faced charees of speeding at the morning police Ono of the motorisis put up a strong argument and protested but tlnal Judgment of Mayor Walter was ten DAN DOBB SAYS Cont TVni Give us the Then we will charge yon with the mur der if you want it that said one of the Phc fell down considerably in her attempt to throw the in vestigators on this new JangenJLJFhcstory was not entirely Contlnntf on Two ALBERT FALL REFUSED TO BE QUIZZED tn by lnltc1 ProS Today Albert former secretary of today declined to answer any ques tions put to him by the senate public lands committee regarding tho naval oil reeerve 8can1il on Falls borrow ings of money from Harry or Shrunken and Fall tot tnred into the crowded committee leaning heavily on a Contltunxt On DEDICATION OF NEW GARF1ELD JUNIOR HIGHJCHOOL BUILDING Will Talce Pftie March 21st or 28th r SUte Beck to be Principal Speaker Con tracts Awarded and Other MaHers Given Con fidera ion at Meeting of City School Teacher married superintendent of schools in Only 11 more months ot leap They claim a Mexican plot is be ing hatched in thn Thats the trouble with ttrey wlH doctors are ducking Many quack for The spring building boom plans are under A building boom sounds like Miss Helen lolG Chest nut clerk in Shenks at the art is celebrating birthday Sho was i he recipient of cards out the day from her wish ing many returns ot the Own a Like U iClaims Settle For i Loss American Lives Special News by United Mexico Today senate today ratified Convention with the United claims for loss 0 Ameri lives damage to property oJ nationals during the var ious revolutionary and bandt move ments in Mexico Terinii of the oouventio were agreed to dur tig the recognitio conference wlib HA1MAB If Its Sweet ORANGES YOU TO THE ORANGE CAR TH ANP New York girl got on her oar be ause a man stepped on her we are putting out ladies brass knucks to bo used on men who have too much Buy now and I avoid the j A doctor wains to take an Xray of Bryan to prove his ancestors were doctors say ibis will give ua some inside Loses Fight on Sugar That isnt very sweet for the Try them and you will always buy them CLEONA BUTTER PRETZELS I For Sale Motorists Displaying 1923 Tags Not to Be Arrested Before 15 It announced today by tliiof of Police Cyrus Nye that his has ordersd polHemen not to maid1 arrests ot motorist displaying 1923 auto tags until February There is a lo tho tjmo extension however n that the owners must prove that they made u license on or before January Heading have followed the local authorities ami lire taking me same Of cuurse this looal rule lias no efteet on State and County officials who may make arrestf at any time according to the State Peter Krush Guilty In Second Degree imo Uiiorg State Supcrln torulent of will bo tho principal on rroom of Suporinlniident at a brief snsaion of tho Hoard niplit in Iho AVr Junior High hchonl school authorities will be Flnanciiil report of the faculty manager Imfessor Haln for the football season of was pre the school board andsRoy cd a of The report Will SAIL FOR 12 to to by l3rntoJ Today 1itfr wife slayer tbi elec truchair th a morning whon the tjury returned a verilut of guilty the Hixoud TO jury had out attLr Kruali can bo givtii a 20 vear senenott for tho expfl return Anioricsv pltlwr on tli siniinanii Presidint Harding stiillnu 12 Sinclair wild ufonmd of tho dovuloiimo of tlm natn of tin oil lease da Is in Sinclairs Rlvfn oif through his showed he ha orllnul Inwously in announced would until business he ins was Thu oil man hail oxpc liuriuany and the Kiviria ently his vicv of his atiorinys in ninuin if had pend icd to visit but appar on ill failed MOTOR CARS STOLEN DURING 1923 Total Value Placed At 000 By The State Highway Department Fourteen thousand six hundred ten stolen motor vehicles havlug an usiimuted value of reported to tho State Depart iiKut Hiihwaya duTn8 In inaklufi this announcemeat department declarei automobile tljlevet last year reaped their pointing out that only 3391 irurs were reported as although expressing the bellet uaiiy owners failed to report roooy oor uf 1NSUUK with CARD PARTY IAKISH UOLSK iUO anil Brldgo Benefit Quota Club Charity Fund Tickets including tax RBFHBSHMJJKTS MEET ME AT THE New York Rettaurant Any TimeAny Day or Night and fatlffy i That Hungry DANCING Malta Temple TONITE BY MANNIX OIU HESTBA r8 Sure GOOD NEWS New Reduced Prices On Mazda Lamps Phouo Your Free 1HONK Paul lawreace   

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