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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - January 1, 1925, Lebanon, Pennsylvania Thig Kewapaiw Receives the Fun Service of the United Press Single Tw Cents JB every Evening except Sunday THURSDAY JANTTART ar ft Vv 2i U i AND COOLIDGE TENDERED RECEPTION TO CABINET AND FRIENDS jw Yearns Had Auspicious Beginning Capital Ground Covered Hi Six Inches of Nog Was official Washington was in mo parading from one Now Years reception to another in of the first of the Theeenterdf the social pin wheel was the White House where r held their annual reception to all Jttbers of the official family and as many of the public who Bid gain entrance during the three and a half hours of the func tVentertained the entire diplomatic corps at breakfast at the American immediately after the bespangled ambassa 1 hftd paid their respects at the White cabinet officer held a reception at his home to the jjrs of his department and the humblest employe was wel ji to a cup of tea and handshake with his Embassies and legations were thrown open to the round of V and they provided copious libations of egg nog and other Ltten As a result the saloons of the diplomatic njces were more crowded than any other place in the ejqent reports of huge quantities of diplomatic liquors ar at Atlantic ports for New Years dispensation were OOS to this were not for consumption Vto riplacc the stocks which canny diplomats knew i exhausted by OFFICERS NEW YEAR EVE TO CONFER WITH DANCE OF THI AL SMTITi Relative to Surrender of Lebanon Boys Arres ted at Buffalo LADS R G E D With Robbing1 East Last Saturday Constable Aaron Sattazahn and Chief of Police Harry Sealer left this morning on the Queen for New York from which point they will LEBANON CLUB Largely Attended and Proved Grand Social Success A BIG CUFlD DOLL proceed to where a confer ence will be had with Governor Al Smith relative to the surrender of the two Lebanon Barney Mar kovlck and Peter who are on the Advent of New Year Members of the Lebanon Hub with their guests on Wednesday night danced the old year out and the new year in the club on the second floor of the Farmers Trust Company The affair which is an annual one and the biggest event of the season tor the club was one of ROYAL MENS CLUB ENJOYED TURKEYFEAST Gathered at the Festive Board Closing Hours of Old Year JOLLY TIME Addresses Delivered by Ralph Behney and Saylor Zimmer man ROUSING WEI BORN Just As The Court KntllofdM Broke F WMsttes ft ed With Happy New Lebanon accorded a royal to As court UoUBe started to toll the fcnell ft parting yeftr at 13 a per bedlam of noises broke fopfchJ he streets tbcro wrro church bells rang and fttc Continued page Seven AGNES RABOLD THE BRIDE OF ARVID ROMAN IDY AT CHICAGO AS THE 1W YEAR WAS USHEREE Nuptials Took Place In Pauls Catholic For Continued on Page Tax Revision Board Finished Looking Over in its was on 1 day when a tribute was ael iorded tho New Year in the shape of i banquet to all members of the or j in its banquet hall of tho1 i Continued on Page Ten Assessors Figures j Two and Two Men by StrayBui m New Year fend t irioUH in Hot I they novl Vtvativp GREAT NIGHT AT THEWMAL New Year Was Greeted With Songs and Rous ing Cheers HOUSE CROWDED rrr such lAtll T i IT i kproiuabo ex enA Splendid Vaudeville Bill and Feature ture WereEn joyed Sitting as a of Revision members of City Council have at last gone over the figures submitted by the The revision was at tempted ward hy ward and now every ward in the city has been If the figures can be tabu Jpted for use in tonights special ses sion of Councilman tfon ough will lllwly give an inkling of what can be expected from the 1025 The marriage Agnes ise of and Arvia of Wernersville took budget place Wednesday morning at f I The figures arc tabulated o m Pauls Catholic church city clferks office at at a high nuptial Francia Walter The bride wore a gown of powd er eWbroidered in RICH TREAT FOR MUSIC LOVERS IN TRINITY Church Crowded to Hear Splen did Rendition of by Leba non Chorus in the by United i Two men M we j and two ipundfd as tlie AH of I fctjruck bulI aioisy weluoluc o i nil rrcordi and cafe prpprto knd llquorfcf kinds were warnings police prohibition A minor raicla lucted anclWoept for the serious ells reported IB now in IW years eel thous iple Kot tables Jiotels cures les soft Irinftpurlors and Continued on Page Tfjnut PROMINENT STATE LOBBYIST Vitro ns 11 Sprtrfkw some i Counters with II iifir erlnx infr estl for fifteen include refresh t sHj loft for 1 ing MBS student 1 T Chestnut mbrni the day A Alma Krei the Mlas Philadelphia i the day departz storl this North Everybody to wend their way to tho Colonial New Years eve thie A capacity house was present at the midnight show last night and there was a good time for About the house started tc fill up and at it waa filled to At thig time a number Continued on Pago Sis THBEK SHOT IN DETROIT TODAr Howard editgrs News pnbljthed at with offices in arrived m Lebanon observing things po Utically from the standpoint of those who do not deny are rnging Rhedams hae been mor0 or less a stormy petre at tho legis lative sessions and will again be this as he is familiarly the outlook i the Annual Meeting of Firemens ReKef Tomorrow Evening The Firemens Relief Association will hold their Annual meeting Fri evening of this week in City whon tbd newly elected difac tors by several of the fire companion of this city organize for the Other important bual also ba MISS CARRIE I PRETTY BRIt Ceremony Took Place at mas Bride is Wfel K of groom Concert Organist Couple Will beat Home Jamestown The wedding of Miss Carrie Mac well known coloratura so prano of Lebanon to Joseph KLAN FACTIONS nGHTJNOHIO old direction of John HunsickerJ rendered the by Music Movers from the various were present and got a real treat from this group of Lebanon The rendition of choruses brought commenta front the large audience and the einnot be Continued on solemnized Christmas Day at Iilgb noon in the home of the grooms 565 Jackson with the IN PHOATODAY PROSPERITY FQ to News by United persons were wo Mew Yeara revelries in Michigan early OWURE with Wanted Male Clerk For Office Work APPLY BY LETTER TO CLERK Care Daily News jature of the state and in congress la favorable from ha point of view with regards to he passage of leg islation which will use wholesome beer and light winea The AntlPrbhibitlon News which be ing fostered by and Scott is progressing in a man they which indicates to management that sentiment 13 grow ing steadily in that direction EMlTHUNG HIMSELF TODAY AT MINNMPOLIS Today Brooding because his clear record of 21 years as an engineer was marred when the dining car on a train he was hauling left the rails and sank into the Chippewa causing the death of eight Hftfnt Colweli found a beam in basement of his asie todty klan SnecJtl to News by United Klug Mom us parad ed and danced up Broad here today in Philadelphias annual New Year shooters Colors of the ralnbow flashed from gaudy costumes of the fancy cluba clowns gamboled floats deplet ed events of the past and string bands trummed out caused serious rioting between More than persons Unod and anldklan factions here jthe sllewaiks along Board street to brotoe oivt new j watch lhe years Earl rtrent ar lit in the stomach by a stray ballet in front of a hull whore the Ku Khix giving a Several abote were flred at a Iwffe electrtc firey cross whteh in front of the eial wero ptenmed by the for when antiklan gives a dance at Avon Park near Dawn of a New Year Could Not w Said of Was Just as ff Public Installation of North Jackson Grange Officers Saturday Evening DANCE 50c Malta Temple TONITE to Music by Ross Church Harrisburg Orchestra BETTER THAN EVER A Good Dance Orange has arrang I a fine program Jn connection with i ilstailation of Its officers which will take place on Saturday invoniner at 8 John Hj Pomona wil offlciatn at this i part of the program and a very in terpcrtintr is The public BASKET BALL BIG CLUB Colored Champs On High School Floor January 1 Flreliininary Game j 3 Reserved seats on i sale at s World economic forces already set in motion promise almost universal higher standards of and less unemployment in 1925 Secretary of Commerce Hoover said in a New Years message Secretary of Treasury Mollons recent prediction that this would be i Secretary Yeara The mlc NEW YEAR INJURED IN CRASH NEAR WiyiESBl teen persons were injured none ser early today when two trolley cars of the WHltesBarre Railway Company The majority ot the injured were New celebra Tfce collision occurred as an empty car waa entering the companys barn in It waa struck by a crowded passenger Flames Dance Pinegrofe Armory New Yea Januaw vf W s to fc Sm nif V
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