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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - August 9, 1927, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                i WASSWATEDltoS r f CLINTON i THE WEATHER i r H wredm partly eloiMy x iwrt f vf I LOCK Rescue Thayer Denies attd Stan lotions to Revoke to e Court rorking iWel by Defense deal in Hphoce call from hayer the Su denied motions el for a revoca ntence and for for Nicola Vanzetti at midnight was made m of a tele Thayer at i clerk Qopemor Stfll Whether the of Sacco Vaniettt is to tat time night Wednesday nigl deferredhUe their Continue the legal moves in the re Lawyi thai the judge the way open to the defense appeal to the Supreme prei the condemned men aay ntb rlgt ta take exceptions that their toun iil might have haJ the de cfeion been announced in open l r i 1 Appeal From fbr LBaSotomeo Vaniettl and Nicola 3 8ace0 today filed with the clerk of court an ap S decision ot Supreme men a thousand patrolmen were posted at Union Sqtare today and smaller de tachments placed at some 30 halls throughout the city to pre serve ordenduring what its lelders said would he the biggest strike in tbe blstoty df New called for one day in piutests against the im pending execution ot Sacco and Vanzetti I Tbe which SaccoVanzetti sympathizers said would bring out between and per began in orderly The workers left theirtalaces of employ ment quietly with out disturbance meeting places Ready For Besides Ithe1 assignment of extra police at arm motorcycles were heJU in readiness and special Wtomohiles carrying tear bombs weie prepared for immediate use in case of emcr t v Shortly after noon police esti mated that strikers had gathered in Union Square The rowd moving and there is no Addresses at Union Square meeting heduled fo begin until 4 oclock 1 i Philadelphia Aug preparations against violence were made today us some workers laid noon in agatni ttbe death penalty for and VjaWetti Extra guards wi onstltnfed a yiolatk eadanVrights under both the asaachusetts and federal consti i May Go To Federal The move was taken asa stop in the efforts of Hie defense to utilize every of tbe state courts before seeking action 61 the federal to which as no appeal been petition probably will go before Judge Sanderson tomorrow Mnorning and should he approve it go before the full tench of the How this would be possible was uncertain 7 Appeal From Another legal move in the form ot from Judge Thayers decisions also was forecast by said exceptions prob fkbly would be filed at Dedham in the OneDay Strike New New lie1 ad terminals and pib Ebjht nen arrested yesterday Radicals seeking to ment a in sympathy wkh Sacco and were held in bailWh today for a further Several were said to been distributing radical literature when takenJnto custody V at State Aig pickets withjplacards sympathetic to Sacco and ianzetti appeared out May Succeed Wood i i Carmi of who beaded a committee sent by the president Ho report on administra tion in the has been looked upon asta possible Succes sor to tbe latet GovernorGeneral Wood Madison street The inferntl uia chlne was fonnd by a hobo who beard clock be formed thepolice Bomb Suspect New AUR 9 a who bad been held without bail on suspicion of impli cation in the Ibombink of two sub way stations Friday mghh was He charged in Yorkvtlle Tor lack of court today To fl Manifestos calling for a 24 hour strike of cigarawkers tomorrow in Bartplomeo Vantfettt condemned to die Thursday la were read in factories here today Labor officials say they expected workers to leave their side the bouse at 3 oclock Almost slmultane load of took this a ously a cers arrived stations along effort was pickets who Find Bomb in Aiig dynamite bomb with an electrical timing lo vice set to causdan explosion it 11 oclock tonightvus found toda in a dilapidated btilding adjoining the sub J201 Weat New Laundry Building to be Completed Within Few Weeks Am experienced dry cleaning ex pert will have charj of the new the first of its kind in Haven He will be pssiste 1 fay a New and enlarged laundry facili ties and a new dry cleaning estab lishment will double tbe capacity and increase the range of service offered bythe Lock Haven Steam liaundry when the plant moves into new building on Belletonte ave at West Park street The touilding Is expected to be ready for occupancy by the first of Septem A large amount of new equip ment will be installed about that tne and the plant will begin oper ation soon A public inspec tion of the laundry and dry clean Ini plants is planned by Clyde E nianager of the company Solid Brick Tie building which1 the laundry will is built of solid It In hejrht with many windows and a cunircte bano for 4ke ieavier washing Ala building Is W by 100 NEW PASTOR TAKES CHARGE OF CAMP MEEfflN AT PINE FRINGE OF WALES DEDICATES NEW PEACE BRIDGE 1 L i 1BK1 Procession of Notable Figures and Military Leaders is Es cort To FLAGS AT HALF MAST Army Regiments March in Last Rites for Military and Political HeroJ Aug 9 Major General Leonard Wood today joined thejong list of the nations notable figures who have made the journey down Pennsylvania over the Potomac to Arlingtonnatioaal cemetery and a final resting Full military honors and pation of high government officials in the funeral procession bespoke the countrys tribute to famous old soldier who diefl Sunday Arriving in the early morning the generals body Was moved from the train tot presidents room at Union for a timebefore being entrusted to a regiment of troops waiting to escort it to a grave in the Rough Riders section of the heroes burial ground at Arl I Filipinos Pay her sons and daughter were in the funeral party They were met by governmental ranking officers of the war department and a host of friends of the Tribute of the Philip pines whose government General Wood was expressed in tbe presence of Pedro the Philippine and a group of FJlipino residents of the Through a city whose mourning was exemplified drooping Sags at halt the cortege passed in cadence with booming minute suns fchSlng front One more link binds Canada and tbe United States the dedication bythe Prince of Wales and other personages of the new International Peace bridge over the river at N Y At ttie left to the Secretary of State Frank Kellogg and Vice President Inset shows Prince of Wales speaking TIES INfi TBBES IfcH fUBMOOIIOKS STOKE Tire Shop Next Door To City Lockup Broken Into During The stores of dealers in tires and Burrows of Burling arrived at the Pine campraeeting ground yesterday to take over the colored campmeeting bank of the Potomac at en trance to Arlington j army band the way for the flagdraped caisson iwaring the Major General Hanson commandant of army war col headed the procession with Brigadier General Frank Mc j personal friend of General Wood through more than ten years as his staff Army Officers Hastily summoned from nearby posts the funeral the regiment of troops included weps sought early this morn ing by burglars as good places to yield valuable While they were successful in securing about which has been in progress there engineers and artllierynen since the first the intimate friends of the general were clustered about him for thie last Thepallbearers included Major Generals H McCain and Brigadier Generals McCoy anil Frank Parker Colonels Cbarles Kilbourne and Humphrey and Major Burton Y Read The chief of Owens of Jersey following a dis agreement with others in charge of the has relia connection with the The Philadelphia Tab ernucle quartette will continue to supply the musical features of the evangelistic programs which will continue as originally Summary Overnight Features By Associated Press planned in mainy locat ties as Judge Thayer prepares o worth of tires and tubes in the store of North Grove they were f ruotrated inicarrying out designs at the Iay and Night 15 Corning and it the of Reuben 315 Grove Several hundred dollars worth of automobile tires and tunes disap peared from the store conducted by Charles E Ooaohue at 209 North Grove between the hour of I closing Monday evening and tha time for opehiiigfor this Guarding Home of State Executioner New special police guard been about the home of Rob ert ofJ Richmond the executioner who will throw the that will aend Sacco and Vansetti to yiflr death In electric chair at With rifle a gun at Elliott retted athis home with hla family on the eve of the calmly reading newspapers iand smoking his v Elliott is executioner for the states of New Massachu New Delaware Elliott has officiated at several notably those of the folir bank bandits last When Donohues went to the store to days worki shortly before 8 oclock this morn ing he fonnd the glass in the door broken and the stock much lib Donobne is away from the city of army Colonel a fishing trip in Canada was designated to conduct The loot removed from thestoro the services at the assisted I includes a large number of by Chaplain H Watts at bust a dozen and projbably more Tne burial spot selected at thcSoniB tubes were also but direction of Mrs Wood was a 1e money m the cash drawer was mmm u IWSTNMClWt Multiplicity of Candidates To Force Renomination in Or der To preserve flrnor ol vania believesa multiplicityot other presidential ably force the kepnblican party to renominate President Coolidge in IMS in order to pre jserve iunHy within party The Keystone state executive the observations here while en route to the Black ot South Dakota to make a social call on Coolidge Governor Fisher said he didnot think there was ambiguity in the recent in which he said he did not choose to be renominated The carefully selected twelve words in Coolidges Jn the opinion of the meant that would not be a voluntary candi date for the nomination close to the grave of Admiral a of American war in which General Wood also gave brilliant Armys Traditional A Mackrobed bearing an rule in on for saddle military of SaccoVanzetti reversed in the stirrup i paced immediatelybehind the cais revocation tences i force of about Additional About a third ot the equipment to be installed in the launJry headquarters will in audi tion to theold equipment winch will he moved from present lo cation on Bellefonl tween Church street New i Severe storms lash New Jersey and Pennsylvania causing property damage in of to homes of wealthy Bobby Jones is ranked number The thieves entered through the breaking in tha glass in the door and reaching through to unlock Police aro working on the case with very definite The burglarized store is next door to the city a fact which apparent ly did not rouse the superstitions of son with the expressing the1 tne llro thieves arrays own traditional tribute IP Two Other Attempts itb dead A flashing in the While the night ifamcl dangled from the saddle scab Thousands of was iit work in the rear coin Soldiers Rehearsed in Equita tion and Rifle at Rifle Camp Aug 9 of the Penn sylvania National Guard began their thud day of active training undergoing tactical exer cises in eqiutatloii and rifle prac tice and receiving instructions in proper method ot receiving and distributing food The hospital company had Utter drill and drill ambulance Most of yesterday was spent at the rifle range in either short or long distance The medical detachment of the 103rd spent the Brick Storage steel and Iframe storage shed will be erected at the plant of the Elk Fire Brick Company at Drurys U will measure about 40iW3feeL M Burton or this place will build the t which will be gin is expectedto require about a CONFERENCE WITH WII Building Program of NavyJ scribed By Rapid The shipbuilding program i oped by thejgeneral boardo navy department which scribed today at the Summer House aa moderate has been j proved by President a aconference with Secret Wilbur full speed ahead been ordered on the construe of the eight additional thorized by Congress folfowlnrJ failure of the Geneva naval ments It has elded that these ships should on the seas within the threeyerlrhsi period It takes to complete While keels for two of the cruisers had plans hate been devetopedifor d other six Congress President Coolidee last appropriating funifs for three these vessels on which not been commenced and for The money available for tion would have passed back the treasury tost Now i three along with the other five be put into commission as won J WIKEIIePiaSWWllL Temple today UBfleV took a new of aa the announcement she would write the story ot expected to about wlU IncludeV ths story of kidnaping and es which the evangelist brought 1 to Los Angeles from a year for her disappearance after mlng in the surf at a a month before It also will qjude descriptions of spots in the cities of Chicago a and the conquests over Satin in these Home From Training Jack Taylor and Emory left this morning for Dnbols aft visiting at the home of Taylor Frank ii street They were on their wail home from Fort where they attended the Military Training cajnp tor the thirty I Weatherman Supplied Varied Climate During Last Month The month of Lock Haven with July all provided kinds of weather There were tempera varying degrees of precipitation a n d thunderstorms to suit every OUMUIU Binu i inunaersiornis to suit every Watbington tho Diy and Night Gauge part of tbe day in care of j accordms to tne montllly reportv ncos tn Oclocthcheaid the ringtf the equipment dntl duties of the ians deserted their offices to line at 3 streets as the procession moved hell on the cutihregister in the along With tcorcs ot ClOnl rcum AI lle his in United States amateur golf carrying aimy officers and othor wolk lnto tront rooa standing by U S G A in avenue be1 York ind the rail ef mangling equipment for flatwoik and other noaring M General Woods body additional power machinery willtor full rlte6 jt Arlingtci double the present of Riders plof Plans for the buiUmg and for the installation of machinery and routing ot woik were prepared by the Ameiican Laundry Machine ofNewYoik The syiteai of handl etcluelve of an adjoining boilj Ing work is from front The ir The dry cleaning plant incoming packages lie ru NGW I friends ot tho bringing up llc saw the iltetmg Conn of a man I the the pi occasion was a half eavlne t anil disappear I hour in passing ncail allo The stranger i lloial wrtdths nue Funeral special leaves Boston f the grave when th arrived at Arlington them was from President Ma and Uio people of whose govcinment Geuuial WooJ Semmole ORerators reorganieU attcr Ulu production cut agresment at Another wils flom Baron T pending expected ratification uC cur tailment by Oklahoma staly con In the measures 25 by 35 The naw purchased at a cost at about t thd iatest The dry cleaning ilant be equipped modern type drying chambers and deodorizing It will s hive a capacity of gallons of gaollne and the cleaning fluid will so bandied that it will not leave A purifying process will keep the gaspline paaslng back and wi ion the floors Repubhcan knit no tibl closer in dt ceivedtroin a dnvewiy at the rear under The tracks will unloajl at the washj lecling William V Hnilg ers and after the washing process i says at Rapid City as conference hasbeen the articles with president lont nuts will be divided Into two Hat pieces and which will piogressl bv separate routes to the front of the through mangles and the bandiron ing 4 Additional employes will be added to the laundry force after the new building is occupied Be tween 20 and 25 workers will be prime minister of Japan The S9lh division comprising trained liy tral Wood at Camp lor theWorld did Mie Camqs i fourline bin icdly when he heanl spcctionb the loom that ho d not get anv money ot thing eUc At tiro and auto ac csbCy ileieunmeil effort ftas made to ir he shutters n the jlluy wmcloW Thcj bur cctdtd in hook looje but they were to unfasten he hook I he and either gavp J ihc nltLin t ii1 fulile 01 I i ILII Ji liefoic thev oin Ittcif lh job ronseiiiLiitU nl io rUimel by Mi Jim tz tipmc medical detachment in the The wagon companies were dis mounted and doughboy tlnll and instructions in driving compiled by Joseph local weather for the weather The temperature ranged from 4G to degrees Every point of toams and vehicle in lne compass took its turn in sup plying the prevailing with The hundt received instructions thelr specific types of accompanj Mv in htll miisi and march weather Seventeen days were Tho lecrnts of tie units earnlne were Partly cloudy and five were altogether There wero tbree heavy thunderstorms a totai of 2 S2 Inches of ng In Woreassembled into one irnd hud inctlio of i lilting The were lecture on articles of Thirteen days experienced one The 125th engineers tentn ot an inch or greater rain have hecn spending hours in I rcnch learning to cruet Thirteenth Heat Julyshottest when the II 1L thermometer hit the high mark oZ degrees was the Camp at Martins Grove Mr and Mis Mr ward Uiirnell Paid Polli iirs i 1ca UK lietoie Aldi i man Iv M liihlgens Monday uiii Similar Names tne ciimax oj a A oE names Uas which did not subside hi ought emharrdbsmout to a real Ilte 1n the month Just to That heat until read dent of who has been the temperatures in with a resident of upper leavers report brings under arrest Monday for comtortaiile memories back un of those Kellogg baits Houston Chsmber of Commerce good light ntii and duufrhfei Mri Lull Mexico on grounds of jeopardizn f Veinon and Woiton arrested inahcmiis mischief and attempted first of July I bis C of Flciu house breaking Lawrence Shoestarted with a maximum tempera on a chaige qf assault nmt maker wishes stated that his ture of but tho mercury hung isidence is Swissdale and that he hetweea 80and 90 until the nut the Lawreqce Shoemakerinwhen the following series ot hot arms embargo Mrs Frank Mr and Mrs Daniel Rhine rf tljls cily ami Mr Last seasons bumper cation crop Part Witberlte aid was disc lunged on pay lesidence is Swissdale and that he hetweea SOand 90 until the at bales exaeeds of Oscerla Mills end Jient of the costb The anest seasons return by bales iig week camping at the Mar nude oy Detective W H MVLIS tla alleged biiini ths culmini i quiirpl Secretary of New tins Grova neui revuils volved in an attack on tbe home of temperatures began C J of 90 day I Tho minimum temperatures for range i the month show that the was from hot and able on most The lowest temperature recorded in tho bours designated on Ufe caleadar asjuly 13 67 was the highest low temperature1 of tbe month and was on two other July 1 and july As general the of temperature was 30 Tha greatest was 36 degrees on the whea the mercury moved from SO grees to The coolest ot the month came on the 6th when the official thermometer rer istered a low mark ot IS degree sometime during the The cams on July 27 and in addition to the marked most of the The heaviest precipitation recorded for July 22 and the total downfall was The last day ot the month was a for nearly half an of rain The greatest ralnfal in any 24 hours during the montt came on the 7th when tbe precipi tation was Entertain Renovo 6 to 12 years ofage will guests of the Renovo Lodge Elks next Thursday afternoon the annual childrens outing club men will take the boys sniTr g girls to their club house on Young creek for the   

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