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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - July 17, 1922, Lebanon, Pennsylvania mc BIGHT PAGES JULY BIGHT PAGES PBIOE A One of Lebanons Oldest and Most Highly Respected Citizens WAS 86 YEARS OF AGE Identified With the Pioneer Iron Industries of the I County Penrose one of Leba nons oldest and most highly res tpected died at at his home at ISiJcth and Cumberland Had he liveduntil the 28th day of the present he would have at STRIKERS CLASHED WITH AUTHORITIES Thirteen Were Killed and TwentyFive In jured at Richland Coal Companys Mines Duval Among Special to News by United Thirteen were kiHea and twenty five Injured a clash between the striking miners authorities at the Richland coal companys mines early according to reports re ceived here The dead included Sheriff of Brooks and soferal The fighting fcroke out when the sheriff and his wen attempted to halt the march of the who were alleged to have burned down a coal tipple and several houses in om Bight located On South Side of the Reading Railroad at Avon BUILDING NOT IGNITED Fifty Tons Hay and Straw De stroyed at Loss of About CITY SCHOOL BAISBAUGH SUBMITS HIS ANNUAL REPORT Recommends Policy of Expansion and Improve ment Crowded Conditions of the Schools Necessitates the Erection of New Buildings and Annexes 4534 Pupils Enrolled in Although many citizens five years ago criticised the local school direc tors for building a High school too big for the citys thus incur ring needless now the di rectors are condemned because the structure was built too for Such is ithe life Of public ser vant the annual re port of su perintendent of the city which Just been made The official states that the new high capacity of 800 is like ly to overtaxed by two hundred next and he presents some recommendations as to how this trou ble can be overcome fay new build and a change of the present method of housing the He Garfidd Building of the junior High school the raorjth to be accommodated in an annex to Tmilt to the the south side Junior pupils to be accommodated in the old High school the building of third Junior High school the southeastern part of the Restrict the new high school pupils to Elementary School A new elementary school building on Pago Seven started apparently by spon taneous destroyed about fifty tons of baled hay and straw in j Continued on Page Bight SUver In Hospital On Abandonment Charge i New United Press Leah unwed mother of baby Jluth abandoned in a Coney Island a week ago to perish tojr mosquito was top ill to appear in Magistrate ONeill heard her Plea in the hospital and today she Is held under bond on an abandonment Shock her arrest and her coin ling again out of wed caused the girl to become vio lently ill yesterday and she was re I moved from prison and rushed to ithe III Five Industrial Plants For Pittsburgh Region Special to News by United July 17 Five additional industrial concerns are tq fce established within the next two to an announ cement by the bureau of industry Chamber of Three Of Sttie plants will make metal products and employ persons their initial Yap Treaty Effective July 13 Says Harding to News by Inlte1 JPreae President Hording proclaimed the effectiveness pf the Yap treaty between Japan and VnltechStates an July it was tpday at the state FERD STILL HOLDS THE FORT AT LAKE GRETNA No Bathing or Boating on the Chautauqua Side However Enjoyed Dip in Cool Waters of Colebrook Ice Darn Three Gremminger Guards Arrested oh Charge of Impersonating Officers of the The Gretna cottagers committee of war had warrants sworn out late Saturday for three of the Grem mingers guards who are now facing charges of impersonating officers pf the This is the first move made by either Bide since the lull In the brithing contrpversy which settled over the cpmmunity after the battle pf Npt pnly residents pf the but hundreds of interested people in surrounding counties have been eageily waiting for something to Although both sides hava become tired of the physical fights the Biosphere has been charged with a certain tenseness which portended something It is believed that the arrest of the three men is but a preliminary Furnished Ball justice of the peace in South Londonderry came to the lake and asked Gremminger to take the three men to his office Gremminger complied with the request and after the men bad waived a hearing for the September term of furnished ball for his guards in the sum of each and additional for one against whom an additional charge was pre ferred of assault and it was Names of Guards The men are George Henry Hershey and Bernard Grem a nephew of the lake The additional charge was against Some say it wasbased on charges growing out of a fight last week with Charles Quiet Sunday Evening It had been thought that Sunday might be a crucial day in the Grem mingerCottagers but it was one of the most quiet July Sundays Gretna has seen in several Hundreds of Visitors Hundreds of visitors were there walking and driving around the YKRKR IN ACCIDENT In Turning Out For Limousine His Car Struck Tele graph Post BROUGHT TO HOSPITAL Sustained Dislocated Shoulder and Numerous Cuts and Bruises About Body Henry ot a son of Congressman Aaron of and superintendent of the Palmyra factory of the Kreider Shoe was victim of a distressing motoring on Sunday aibout 9 He was Just leaving eastward Contlnued jm Pago Six 70 Strikebreakers Are Poisoned at Chicago Special to News by United Presa Today The health com mission today probed into the alleg ed plot which resulted the pois oningof Seventy strike employed by the Mil yiulne and Paul rail The men vao were feel from the companys arc from drinking milk which also af fected ten AH are SENATE WILL INQUIRE INTO FACTS ON STRIKES This With the Sentiment for Direct Conferences Between Operators and Miners to Settle Dif ferences May See the Two Nationwide Strikes at an End in a BY JAMIES United Press Staff Correspondent Sentiment is gaining strength for direct confer ences ibetween operators and miners to settle their differences without government Miners leaders are prepared and willing to meet the The gromp of operators which for eome time haa advocated Is saining It was learned to The miners will negotiate with the operators when the latter group gains enough recruits to arrange a settlement ifor a representative sec tion of the union coal This was the only hopeful ray of peace today in the otherwise menac ing situation caused Ty the rail and coal The mine strike is now In Its sixteenth week while the of railway shopmen has on 17 The next move of the Federal gov ernment in the critical situation was framed today by President 1 uAijj it is known that he would be glad to see the miners and operators get together In a conference without governmental intervention and settle their The operators are said to be swinging toward this plan Continued on Page pected to The railroad is also a rigid investigation conducting Gallons r Water Are Released When Dam Burst Special to News by United Buildings were a railroad lirie was washed out and hundreds narrowly escaped death here today when a dam In a pond situated In a height of land above releasing gallons of wa TOM The Shah of Persia spent a mtljion in Continued on Page Strike Action Will Be Thursday Special to News by Unltert Maintenance oi way employes wll strike unless rail roadsv cease to compel them to do the work of striking head the maintenance warned Grable issued the warning while stopping over here enrouto from where conferred with President where he will again meet the United States railroad labor NO actipn wSU according ip raadf kjaown tpaay at the state according tp resenjatiye commissipner of fNorinajjqy Vkf feshjjjl f to of Vi n j Vi ff T i i i 1 7 STATE POLICE SENT TO x CLIFFTONVILLE Special to News by United In response to telegrams frpm Governor West Vjrglniafl stating that five hundred strikers from Penn sylvania had invaded West Virginia tp in the ClifftonvWe Governor of replied that he had dispatched R0p resenjatiye commissipner police Babe Ruth seems to think he has a as home run Funny things Somebody beat up a lion tamer in One day last week no aviators were Nevada sentences two Chinese to This leaves It is getting so a girl has to decide between staying and having her hair Song and Dance Averts Sometimes they start Only way our vice president can get his name in the papers is by being born on a Los Angeles baby was born in a A bouncing baby Weather bureau plans to forecast six months Thats January Much We saw a man in white and tan shoes discussing womens Some people are never Heres a cooks husband is suing for You can make most any man feel at home by starting an Scientist says jumping out of bed quickly ruins ypyr We know a boy Draining to whip i f says CRITICAL WEEK AHEAD FOR STRIKE OF THE RAILROAD MEN One Third of Eastern of Maintenance Men Are Against The Strike But Will be Forced Out By the Majority and Therein Lies the To Wreck NEW strike of maintenance way men employed by Eastern car riers was expected by union leaders V William President of the Eastern division of the Maintenance announced that already twentypercentofthGtrackhieh em ployed by the New York Central are and that a majority of all way workers the East will One third of our men are with President against a strike Parker but they will bo over ruled and forced out by the ma With three attempts to wreck trains reported by Eastern roads early and first reports of vio lence In the Now York district ing with arrest of strikers for bomi were mobliod barding strikebreakers with milk the situation in New York Now England entered a critical instruction on Maine tracks nt and at and on the MaineCentral at gave evidence of sporadic attempts at Threat that the electric power house supplying power for New New Haven Hartford trains between NewHavnand New York would be interferred with by a minor walkout of stationary engin eers and oilers today was made by At Jersey a machinist was attacked for failing to go out with the while two alleged TIEUP OF ALL RAILROADS HAS BEEN PREDICTED By CHARLES LYNCH United Press Staff Correspondent tie up of the Nations railroads loomed today as dissatisfaction spread throughout railroad union organiza Nearly one million employes may be idle should peace parleys scheduled for this week Union leaders struggled to hold their men in line as unauthorized walkouts increased in Eight thousand stationary firemen and engineers laid down their tools at eight oclock and joined the ranks of the striking President of the i maintenance of way organization Man Held at Harrisburg For Bootleg Queen Murder Mll was under arrest here to day held at the mjuest of the Bal timore police In connection with the murder of Bella whose mu tilated body WHS found on the Roll ing Roarl Golf Club course near Bal timore Thursday It was believed the Baltimore au thorities would send for the prlHon er Milonm was apprehended In an Italian restaurant here yes He vehemently denied knowing anything of the He came here in a brilliant red auto A pair of womens gray silk gloves was found in a pocket of the HJllonms wife In Baltimore told authorities he had come police Frank Himmelberger Quick Turn to Avoid Hit ting Tramp STRUCK TELEGRAPH POL He and Children Escaped jury But Auto Was Badly Damaged i fi In an endeavor to a Frank the Annvllle Ice sides at on about 3 oclock risked hi life and several others oiiPenn when his seven Studebaker was Turned Out For Tramp Himmelberger had Continued on THEVIOW AUTO Mi Made When His has l its Continued on Page Athletic Events at Liebovitz Recreation Myerstown Some thrilling athletic events will take place at the LlebovHz Re creation this On Tuesday evening the Junior Liebovitz toam will play the Reiatvllle ball On Wednes day evening the LJebovitz volley ball team will iplay a team of Leb On Thursday evening the Juniors win play the Womelsdorf Junior ball All thesfe events wiH take place at the Liebo vitz Recreation at Myers and a fine time la KENNY HAD TIP OF FINGER CUT OFF Edward an iron worker at the Bethlehem steel company plant had the tip ope of his fingers cut Tbe injury was by John Booze Ring Unearthed at Chicago By Federal Agents July reve nue agents today sought indictment of more than fifty including a member of congress and former federal In con nection with the booze ring unearthed Federal agents Evidence obtained when Harry former collector of Internal and Benjamin were will be presented to a federal grand Raymond Riegert From Atlantic City Raymond the was the victim accident at on was driving his car i highway into the road Uershey when ne the width of the struck a The mud badly the right and the axle slightly the machine towed to an pita Paul ilouck andTaypiljill Sunday Guests at the Home of Mayor Case State Compensation er Paul of and motored to hlg Sunday to the home of sbal Case and they were entertained The Schuylkill county er and party left for evenine for Sheriff Warns Idlers to Special to News July 17 the coal and railroad iff Jim of Lackawanna ty has issued a proclamation ing all idle men not to trangresg All gatherings of three or along the public highways V discontinued so that be prevented and every man milled to follow his usuajj the proclamation GRAIN PRICES ON CHICAGO closed lower at the close p Chicago Board of trade on Saturday returned home from Allantic whore they took in the festivities of the annuaj convention of the Ueno volent and Protective Order of Riegert only lately retired as the Exalted Ruler of Lebanon and he was the official delegate of that lodge at the He re ports having had a fine IJe said it was a great and the hospitality accorded the visitors was Quite out pf the soiling by houses with nectiou being factors in decl Wheat for July 7r8 114 Corn July Oats July 34 Ml 3618 3 Are fully insured twm
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