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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Altoona, Pennsylvania Stock edition wednesdays circulation. A a 22j753 daily paid average for aug. 22588 Altoona sri Trot. Weather part Cloudy. Altoona will give the visiting Pennsylvania Railroad athletes a Hearty Welcome saturday. Established june 13,1874.Altoona, pa., thursday evening september 23, 1920. Twenty pages�?160 probe a republicanism in 1920�?� fair attendance is largest Ever i Fine weather and splendid exhibits attract immense throngs to exhibit at Altoona driving Park. Charles m. Schwab Here during the Day judges have big task listing All exhibits and awarding premiums work will be completed tomorrow. It was evident from the opening the grounds this morning that All records for Blair county fairs would be broken for attendance As no better Day could have been made even to an order from the fair association. By noon the Park looked As though it contained the usual crowd but that was Only the beginning automobiles and trolley cars begun to unload crowds after the noon hour that took up All the space the Park. The space within the race track was practically filled with automobiles and hundreds were parked. Bedford Cambria Huntingdon Center and Clearfield counties helped swell the throngs. The Stock exhibits were the Center attraction during the Forenoon thousands viewing the exhibition Sheds. Tile agricultural and Art displays commanded the attention everybody while the poultry pigeons and rabbits a line in for a goodly share consider Ion. 1 Cambria men visit grounds. Word was received at the fair grounds during the Forenoon that a delegation from Cambria county headed by Charles m. Schwab would attend the fair during the afternoon. A meeting was held at the country Home Charles m. Schwab at Loretto today at which time the Cambria county fair association was formed. The meeting was attended by fifty the county a most prominent agriculturists and others interested in farming. Preceding the meeting at Loretto the members the association were tendered a luncheon at the Schwab Home before going into the business session. They were also taken a sight seeing trip Over the grounds. Judges Are hard at work the agricultural exhibits at the fair but will not have All the awards made before some time tomorrow owing to the Large number individual entries. In the Art department entries were so numerous that the judges have been working constantly since yesterday morning and will not have their work completed until tomorrow Forenoon. Aaron has Fine exhibit. Among the exhibits that Are attracting special notice is that w. S. Aaron the furniture dealer this City. Here in a specially constructed building is being shown the most modern contrivances for cooking with Gas other fuel and the display furniture and the entertainment afforded by the latest in talking machines makes the Aaron building a most popular place. The Republican club women this City took advantage the Opportunity to hand out some literature and during yesterday registered More than 500 Republican women presenting each with a Harding Button a picture the presidential candidate and some literature giving information value to the new voters. One the most interesting displays in the agricultural exhibit is that Grant Snowberger East Freedom showing sugar beets grown his farm. Or. Snowberger is certain that sugar beets could be profitably grown Blair county soil and while he has no intention going into the sugar business has demonstrated that it could be made a big business for Blair county Farmers. The grounds will be open to the Public until la clock this evening no admission being charged for the evening. Tomorrow is the closing Day and the association has a. Complete program for the Day that will be interest to All who were unable to attend today. The air men kept the crowds interested today with Many flights and with exhibitions showing rare skill As they looped the Loop and performed such other stunts As the nose dive and Tail spin. Fifteen bands to make music at athletic meet f one the entertaining features the great Pennsylvania system athletic meet to be held in Altoona saturday will be the music by the bands which there will be at least fifteen Here. The machine shop car shop Middle division and Juniata bands will course be hand while in addition there will be bands from Williamsport Sunbury Pitcairn Philadelphia Pittsburgh and various other Points every Large delegation that is coming being accompanied by a band. The bands will be stationed at various places and about the Cricket Field and the events tin Day will be alternated with musical selections while in addition the bands will pipe in the City when not engaged at the Cricket Field. In Tho course the afternoon the bands will be massed and those who Are present will hear the harmonious blending More sounds than they have probably Ever heard before. No Parade will be held during the Day As the program will occupy the Day so completely that there will not to sufficient time to stage a Street pageant. According to information received today from Williamsport the crowd from there will be much larger than anticipated the Victory their team Mak a my it one the contenders for tin cup in yesterday s game at Harrisburg having fired the people the old 1 North Branch town As Well As those i from Renovo lock Haven and other i Northern Points with enthusiasm j local hotel and restaurant keepers have been notified the great throng expected Here saturday and All Are j making special preparations for the entertainment the visitors while arrangements arc being perfected to Supply meals for Many them at Tafulu Temple. Coal operators i reductions made prepare answer in Cotton prices Premier is elected by Large producers Central Pennsyl Sears Roebuck amp company majority Over the socialist Vania formulating reply to and Montgomery Ward amp Deputy Delory at National miners demands at Confer Assembly session. Ence at Clearfield. Company announce 10 to 20 per cent Cut in effect. Bishop Garvey rounds out fifty one years in Priesthood and Rev. Father Sheedy forty three. It. Rev. Eugene a. Garvey d. D., Bishop the Altoona diocese the Catholic Church yesterday rounded out fifty one years in the holy calling the Priesthood while Rev. Father Morgan m. Sheedy d. D., Rector St. John s pro Cathedral is today celebrating the forty third anniversary his ordination. Neither event has been marked by any formal Celebration. Bishop Garvey is not at Home at present having gone to Philadelphia tuesday for a Brief sojourn. However Many congratulatory messages and communications were received at the episcopal residence thirteenth Street from those who were not aware his absence. Bishop Garvey was born in Carbondale Lackawanna county and pursued his preparatory studies at Allicott City md., and Glen Riddle pa., completing his theological course at old St. Charles Seminary Philadelphia. He was ordained by Bishop Hara in Scranton sept. 22, 1869, celebrating his first mass at Pittston. Most his pastoral work after his ordination was done at Williamsport where he was located for Many years. On sept. 8, 1901, he was consecrated a Bishop and. The same month he came to Altoona As the first Bishop the Altoona diocese. Father Sheedy is a native Ireland. He pursued his theological studies at Maynooth Ireland and upon the completion his course he came to America and was ordained to the Priesthood by the late Bishop Tuigg the Pittsburgh diocese which then embraced what is now the Altoona diocese sept. 23, 1876. He was located at Pittsburgh for some time either in pastoral educational work and has been Rector St. Johns Church since dec. 7, 1894. Father Sheedy has a wide reputation As a writer educator and lecturer. It it. Rev. John j. Mccort coadjutor Bishop the diocese has returned from an extended visit in the East. On tuesday this week he conferred sacred orders a class students at St. Francis ecclesiastical Seminary at Loretto. Glenn e. Dougherty Dies at Hospital As result injuries sustained when he fell from car Glenn e. Dougherty aged 29, la fourth Avenue a brakeman had both feet crushed off above the ankle in fall i ing from the top a Box car under the i draft cars at and Tower Juniata last a evening the injuries resulting Iii ii is i death at 3.10 clock this morning at i the Altoona Hospital. He died without i regaining consciousness. Dougherty was a member the Crew hauling a train eighty cars from no. 8 and no. 14 tracks at in to the no. 3 track the train being hauled by engine no. 7jk in charge Engineer Charles Smith and conductor us Warren Barry. Dougherty was applying the brakes pm one tile cars when the Brake Chain broke throwing him to the i ground u number cars passing Over i both legs crushing them off Between i the knee and ankle. In addition he i sustained a crush the right Side j the leg from the hip to the knee together with a crush the Pelvic Region. He was found by members the Crew and removed to the Altoona Hospital. His condition from the first was critical. Glenn Edgar Dougherty was born in Altoona oct. 19, 1890, Tho son William h. And Laura e. Dougherty 119 fourth Avenue and made his Home with his parents. He was married three years ago his wife dying recently. Surviving Are the parents out son Ernest and four Sisters As follows mrs. Orpha Keith this City mrs. Ida Miller Akron o., and miss Ella and miss Beth Dougherty both at Home. A Niece Florence Long also made her Home at the Dougherty address. He was a member the first Church Christ the brotherhood Railroad trainmen brotherhood Floral association Pennsy Relief and Camp no. 60, p. O. 8. Of a. He was employed by the Pennsy As a brakeman for eight years. The funeral will be held from the family Home 119 fourth Avenue monday morning at to clock with services in charge Rev. Fulcomer. Interment will be made in Rose Hill cemetery. Nations new head has situation regarded manufacturing concern had notable career i As rather critical reduces 33 1-3 per cent eleventh chief executive i Public service commission re determined Effort is started Republic succeeds Paul Deschanel who resigned because illness. Old school House is it purchased by society a meeting to arrange for the repairing the old Stone school House will be held at the Home David l. Dick in roaring Spring this evening at 7.30. This famous old building has been purchased by the Dick historical society and those having the work in charge desire to make the Structure appear As it did More than half a Century ago. All persons interested in Tho work Are urged to be present and. Help a. In plete the plans for making this historical building the most Beautifier jul Morrison Cove. Lackawanna county census. Washington d. C., sept. 23,-census Lackawanna county pa., containing Scranton 280,311, increase 20,-741, 19.3 per cent. Logan Valley employees in new style uniforms employees the Altoona and Logan Valley electric railway company have just adopted a new style uniform which although it still conforms to the conventional Blue includes Gold lettering the initials the company placed the lapels the boat to Gether with service stripes the right sleeve. The letters a a. L. appear each Lapel the coat while the right Arm the coat Are fixed service stripes one for each year an employee is in the service. For every five years a Gold Star is used in place the five stripes. The local company has quite a number Gold Star men. Beginners Wear no stripes until the completion their first year service with the company. Postmaster willing to m0ve_mail boxes mayor Charles e. Rhodes announced today that lie had a very satisfactory conference with postmaster e. F. Giles relative to the removal the mail boxes from eleventh Avenue and they will be taken off the City a main business thoroughfare at once possibly before the Day is Over. The Large and Small boxes in front the drug store Between eleventh and twelfth streets will be taken to twelfth Street while several others farther up the Avenue will also be placed the intersecting streets. Postmaster Giles was very glad to comply with the request for the removal to other locations will not interfere with the mail Busine hard Coal mines soon to resume full Force Wilkes a Barre pa., sept. 23.�? Complete resumption mining in the Anthracite regions after a curtailment production that amounted to about 70 per cent was assured today when the 8,000 striking miners the Pennsylvania Coal company at Pittston voted to return to work monday. The strikers who quit work july 19, in protest against the present contractor mining system accepted the proposition the company which it is said virtually abolishes the system. It provides against discrimination and promises there will be no interference with miners selecting their own Docking Bosses and Cheek weigh men. With the action the general mine committee at Shamokin last night requesting Idle men in that District to return to work tomorrow and take up grievances later with Coal com Janies it is expected All mines in the Laid Coal Fields will be in operation by monday. Benton asked to lose. Chicago sept. 23.�?jacob Rube Benton new York National league club Pitcher who arrived Here today to testify before the grand jury investigating reports a a a fixed baseball games asserted in a signed statement published by the journal that Charles a a Bucko Herzog and Hal Chase proposed to him that he lose the last game the giants played in Chicago last year. New p. 0. In Indiana co. Special to the Altoona Mirror Washington d. C., sept. 23.�?an order has just been issued for the establishment a new Post office in Indiana county pa., to be named Dias. Albert j. Fiches Bas been named Post master. By associated Tress Versailles sept. Sept. 23.�?alexandre Millerand was today elected president France by the National As Sembly in session Here today lit succeeds Paul Deschanel who resigned because ill health. M. Millerand received 695 votes out a total 892. The Complete vote was As follows Alexandre Millerand 095 Gustave de Lory socialist Deputy from lille69 scattering �0 Blank 108. M. Millerand was proclaimed by Leon Bourgeois presiding officer the Senate and chairman the Assembly As the eleventh president France. New presidents career. Alexandre Millerand has Long been one the Foremost figures in the political life France his entry into parliament dating Back to 1885, and his Cabinet experience to i Hsu when he became a member the a lock Rousseau Cabinet. His Early affiliations were with the Radical socialists and he always has been keenly interested in labor questions and has fathered numerous measures for the betterment the working world notably the. Old age pension aet wet Meh became operative in 1905. It was m. Millerand a services to his country during the great War however As minister War in the \ Viviani Cabinet and his notable conduct Frances foreign policy As the successor Clemenceau in the premiership after the a a Tiger so retirement last january that raised him into preeminent eligibility for the presidency. M. Millerand was born in Paris feb. To 1859, and was educated for the bar. His first ministerial Post was As minister Commerce but he has served in several other Cabinet positions notably As minister Public works in the Briand ministry 1909 minister War in the Poincare Cabinet 1912, and As minister War in the Viviani ministry to which Post he was appointed in August 1914, shortly after the outbreak the world War. He held the War ministry until the Viviani Cabinet resigned oct. 29, 1915. While the peace with Germany was being made president Poincare in March 1919 appointed m. Millerand governor Alsace Lorraine Frances regained provinces and he served in this position until at the request m. Poincare in january last he accepted the task forming a new Cabinet in which he took the premiership and ministry foreign affairs succeeding Clemenceau. When president Deschanel assumed office in the following month Premier Millerand As is customary the accession a new chief executive offered the resignation his ministry. This president Deschanel refused to accept and asked m. Millerand to remain in office. Serves decision in matter protest Wagon loading mine owners. Members the executive committee the Central Pennsylvania Coal producers association Are holding a conference today at Clearfield for the purpose considering the action taken by the convention representatives the miners District no. 2, in which they demanded a wage increase 25 per cent. In addition to the wage increase the miners demanded a conference within a period five Days. This period expires tomorrow. The operators will formulate an answer during the. Day and this will be sent to the officials the United mine workers. Word from Clearfield this afternoon is to the effect i that no conclusion had been reached As i to the nature the answer that will i be Given the miners. Operators recognize that the situation is rallies serious for the miners at their convention at Dubois which adjourned last saturday instructed District officers to prepare a ballot and Send it to the local unions for a referendum strike vote. Commission defers decision. The hearing the protests by Wagon loading Coal operators against the order the Public service commission forbidding issuance open top cars to those not having tipples occupied the attention the commission at Harrisburg until la clock last night. No decision was Given. The commissioners stated that they would fix a Day for arguments if desired otherwise they would decide the Case the evidence. It will probably be some time before a decision is rendered. A. M. Liveright Clearfield in his testimony charged that the Pennsylvania Railroad had refused Coal cars to operators equipped with loading devices because the sidings were not owned by the operator. Stacy Lloyd counsel for the Pennsylvania asserted that distribution cars to operators loading from wagons delayed car distribution and prompt marketing Coal. Testimony along similar lines was Given by r. Morse superintendent freight transportation and e. Haley also a company official. Governor Cox Strain Fig resin Accident Phoenix Ariz., sept. 23.�?governor Cox a Campaign train was wrecked about 4.30 yesterday fourteen Miles North Here while in route to Prescott Ariz. The democratic presidential candidate and his party were severely shaken when an engine and four cars the special train were ditched but All escaped serious injury. The most seriously injured was Charles a. Nichols Engineer Prescott who had a leg broken in jumping from his cab when his engine toppled Over. Spreading rails were assigned by Railroad men As the cause the wreck i which compelled the governor and his i party to return Here and cancel his eve i Ning address at Prescott. His future itinerary Al was upset. Governor Cox was in the dining room i his private car going Over papers j with . Robert c. Goldsmith his As i Distant the league nations ques j Tion when the crash occurred. A a what a that a he shouted rising to his feet Only to be thrown heavily across the car against its Wall. He was shaken up but rushed out to assist the injured and this accomplished cooly smoked a pipe while waiting for a wrecking train to arrive and take him Back to Phoenix. In Chicago to Force Down High prices being charged at restaurants. By associated press Chicago sept. 25.�?Price redux i tons from in to 20 per cent in several lines merchandise were announced Here to Day by scars Roebuck and company and Montgomery Ward and company two Large mail order houses. Cotton Staples such As muslims Cambric sheeting and Poppins led the list in amount reductions. Cuts also were made Iii menus and women a ready to Wear clothing and shoes. Food prices As a whole were not affected although sugar was quoted at $17.95 a Hundred pounds and the representative one company predicted it would drop to from $12.50 to $10.00 after the Canning season. Reduction in Cotton goods. Manchester n. If., sept. 23. A reduction 33 1-3 per cent in the Price manufactured Cotton goods is announced by Tho Amos Keag manufacturing company this City. Fear that the Cotton Market might react a condition similar to that which forced the posing the company s Woolen department is Given in the announcement us the reason for the Price reduction. Restaurants must Cut. Chicago sept. 23.�?managers one Large hotel and three Chain restaurant systems were summoned to City Hall today to explain their restaurant prices to the Council committee living costs. Simultaneously Russell Poole Secretary the City food Bureau urged All downtown workers to carry their own lunches until prices come Down and announced to Liat milk would to delivered to the City Hall and sold direct to employees for to cents a pint. Investigation restaurant prices showed profits several Hundred per cent. Or. Poole said. John r. Thompson owner a Chain restaurants replied to Poole a statement today by declaring that his restaurants last week served 964,308 meals at a profit 1% cents each. This is substantially the same profit made 50,000,000 meals served last year he said. Committee will probe atrocities in Ireland new York sept. 23. Oswald Garrison Villard announced today that the selection the membership the committee too Ireland formed invitation the nation for the purpose investigating and reporting publicly upon conditions in Ireland with Especial reference to atrocities has been completed. Public hearings Are to he held in Washington by a commission five members. I lie personnel this commission has not been announced. Five unit d states senators John and Pelican California Spencer Missouri Hurst a Arizona and Walsh Massachusetts As Well us four governor. Edwards new Jersey Carey Wyoming Frazier North Dakota and Campbell Arizona have accepted places the committee. It is announced that sir a tick Law Geddes the British ambassador Anil professor Hamon de Valera a representatives England and Ireland have been invited to provide the committee with information and to submit lists persons who should be called As witnesses. ? Complete investigation financing Book published by Albany journal is directed by Senate committee Barnes will produce subscriptions. Contends venture is purely commercial one head company denies having conference about publication with chairman Hays Republican committee. Liquor association president stand. Democrats planning to raise a half million by associated press Washington 1. C., sept. 23.�? Complete investigation the financing new York sept. 23.�?george j the Book it a republicanism in 1920,�?T i Lite chairman the democratic b is a 1 by. The Albany journal a National committee announced Here. Today that the committee would raise ordered today by the Senate Campaign a $500,000 National a match the presi investigating committee. William i Dent Campaign fund. J Barnes jr., head the company waa 1 . White said that a thousand formally directed to produce the sub friends the league nations would it crop Jon lits for the Book although j be asked to follow the example . A president Wilson and subscribe $500 it a a contended that the venture was a each to assure the Success the Cox j purely private commercial transaction Roosevelt ticket and the league itself. Dose Volt ticket and Tho league itself and not proper matter for invest Iga 1 . White also said that newspaper j tiou by the committee Levering the league nations would j Yir Barnes agreed to Telegraph his be asked to Aid in formation the for tar data required and said a league thousand club a to be com a roped it could be furnished to the \ posed contributors to tile fund. Committee by saturday. The agree i a less than $130,000 collected by us ment to investigate subscription list provided a contrast before the Senate Yor t in Book was reached at a investigating Campaign fun i Ferenec which preceded the hearing contributions yesterday with millions sgt no tor Edge new Jersey said it a u�?z.>., republicans said j Ute i been unanimously decided that the. A since the Fate the publication was a Republican prop ii peace the world de gun Day and should be investigated i. Success Cox Anil time account. Or. Barnes had testified a i i All .1 i i a i a. New York legislators 128,334 residents Speaks Trade census Bureau returns show an. Increase 19,476, 17.9 per cent since enumeration 1910. Special to the Altoona Mirror Washington sept. 23.�?the population Blair county is 128,334, according to the census 1920, according to an announcement made today by the census Bureau. This is an increase 19,476 17.9 per cent As compared with the population 1910. The population Altoona 60.411, which was previously announced a divided among the twelve Ward follows first Ward. Second word. Third Ward. Fourth Ward. Sixth Ward. Seventh Ward. Eighth Ward. Ninth Ward. Tenth Ward. Eleventh Ward. Twelfth Ward. The population the other incorporated town the county is As follows says material and humane Progress must go hand in hand to attain Ideal state social welfare. S i s 4,215 6 90 4.416 5,025 9,605 4,177 6,120 3.919 4,366 2,400 2,230 sugar coming Down. New York sept. 23.�?there was renewed weakness in the sugar Rne Ket today with the Federal and Arbuckle sugar refining companies both announcing that they would accept business at 14.25 for Fine granulated. This is a Quarter cent below their previous quotation and about la cents a Pound below the High record it the Early summer. Bellwood. Duncansville. Gay sport. Hollidaysburg. Juniata. Martinsburg. Newry. Roaring Spring. Tyrone. Williamsburg. Tim population is placed at 14,285. 2,6291,2509974,0717,0609553972,3799,0981,872 Logan township weather forecast. Washington d. C., sept. 23.�? Western Pennsylvania partly Cloudy tonight Friday unsettled. No change in temperature. Eastern Pennsylvania i a Cloudy tonight and Friday no change in temperature moderate East winds by associated press Marion o., sept. 23.�?a Universal realization that material and humane Progress must go hand in hand was As j sorted by senator Harding today to to necessary if the nation is to attain an i Ideal state social welfare j speaking to a gathering composed republicans from Crawford county f Ohio and representatives the Ohio dental association the re pub a bean nominee declared that neither social reformers Industrial chieftains should View the problem social betterment strictly Horn their own stand i Point. A we must awaken the conscience i the ignorant and tin misguided a he j said a to the fact that the Best social welfare worker in the world is tile Man woman who does an honest Days work. We must awaken their conscience to recognize that american business is not a monster but an sex i press Ion god Given impulse to create and the Savior and the guardian our pm Pines our Homes and equal Opportunity for All. I a but it is equally True that we must awaken Tho conscience american business to new interest in the welfare american human beings. It is not enough for America that her business awl Commerce shall be honest they must also be humane. Men women Aud children America Are not commodities. A we cannot have the fullness America until All us turn again to love toil Ami love production to respect for honest organization a fort Ami to a willingness to put All our shoulders to the wheel. But we cannot Timve All that love Dud All that respect and All that willing Bas until through i out the organization our Industry j and Commerce there runs the flow love Jii i a a a. A us. it in the hands the republicans amp it do haul been unanimously decided that the . White. A since the Fate the it it league and the pends the a a a a Roosevelt i intend to Call for a that none the funds derived from thousand friends the league All Over the transaction had gone to the re the country to match the president a Putti lean National committee subscription $500 recently made in the witness could not state the the same j total amount subscription received Ami said he had never seen the list Bufi subscribers. Subscriptions were obtained he said by a . Young a scored by socialist be amount collected As his commission for Chicago sept. 23.�?otto Brans it tilj3 work ter executive Secretary the social # is part issued a statement today denies meeting Hays characterizing the new York Legisla . Barnes denied that he had had tors who expelled three the five i any conference with chairman Hay socialist members As a the worst Cue the Republican National committee lilies representative government and j in regard to the Book but said he beef orderly and peaceable processes j lived . Young had talked with . Adjusting grievances through political Hay. i before the committee ruling was the parties responsible for the j announced senator Reed Democrat recent Wall Street explosion with its j questioned . Barnes. He read from terrible loss innocent lives should i the committee s record made at in hanged a . Branstetter said a but Chicago the language the reported if they should be hanged for the de a subscript Ion list which said the signer struck Ion lives and property what i appreciated a the necessity Restor should be meted out to ing the Republican party to Power these new York legislators who by land classed the Book itself As Quot militant their acts Are attempting to undermine j Republican John d. Tho very foundation the government j Rockefeller was noted As signing a and whose course if persisted in will $1,000 subscription Blank and j. Make certain a Long series such out Leonard Replogle one for $2,500. Rages As the Wall Street explosion and during the examination by senator eventually civil War. A Reed . Barnes said there would toj500 too names in the subscription -.-.w. In it lists which he agreed to Send for. He gov. Cox is assailed also promised to Telegraph for Tho by senator Townsend tej which it was alleged solicitors used. Saginaw midi., sept 23.�?there j tim witness said Flint Only 1,500 never was a Campaign such import copies the Book had been printed Anee upon the results which so so far. Senator Reed declared that it Many vital issues As the one now be a bought to be clearly understood that ing conducted United states senator this was All that would be produced Charles a. Townsend Michigan de a but the wit Ness demurred. More would dared in an address opening the state he printed he said if paper Supply and Republican convention Here today j printing difficulties permitted. The Nator assailed the democratic j candidate the conduct governor Cox a Campaign Lions covenant per denies liquor charge. It George t. Carroll Elizabeth n. Cox a Campaign and the league a president the National Federated tilt i ii Hill sch it til i Ulvi i1hi Cua jul a new it i presidency was Iii no Way connected be More orthodox constitutional with democratic party financing Servance he May be reactionary when it Carroll acknowledged having i a1,. I in i. To i tier ii Iii ii i Al. I. A i. V ii \ him Vul i 11 la Xii Ila in 1.1 till i a to tilt Usu i Usu i that the tried is better than the pro a office letters urging liquor Deale i posed hut he is always Aud Ancoin in the National association to Aid to it 11 it i t be Iroll Lim i rail Quot. I n/1 f Iol Luff. Promisingly for genuine Good. Dynamite discovered a Mouv it a a. A i a. Vib c. Mill Oil ged having convinced that the new is wrong and authorized the sending out from i. I a a. A. 1 Quot a a a lera. The Cox and Roosevelt ticket. The letter before tin committee he said had been read to him Over the Telephone for. I approval but he said he did not recall at i Eva Ted station to Quot a p�rti8rftph specifically urging Chat it i ill vhf i to Oil Lull Tju deny cratic candidates be support a a a cd. No official action had been Tav a new York. Kept. 23.�?while in a either organization which he instigators were still seeking to solve was head to endorse a presidential the mystery Tho Wall Street expo j ticket lie said although it had be a Sion a week ago polio Headquarters decided to urge election a a a Beral announced a package containing by Congress regardless in. Nannie had been found today Tho j they platform tie retd Avenue elevated a total Quot less than $2,500�?� had i a Tion in in Kokin j been received in response to the Cir at the same time announcement Cular letters Carroll said adding that came from police Headquarters that a no Campaign literature had yet been tug found in Wall Street near the put out although it was in pie Para Livorse attached to the d ath cart had tiou. Been identified As one issued by tile health department in id is to the Reid Lee Cream company Brooklyn certifying that the horse was not afflicted with glanders. Detectives left immediately to question company official As to whether Tho horse had been sold within the lust two years. Lord mayor Macswiney has few hours rest London. Sept. 23. A lord mayor Macswiney Cork had a few hour restful sleep last night but was suffering severe pains in his head and was very weak this morning according to a bulletin issued by the a Irish self league at Bri tort rubbish pile Burns. A tire alarm was sounded tins after j determination noon shortly before 3 clock calling prison firemen to eleventh Avenue and Bridge i reports to the Home office by the Street where it was found that a pile prison physician stated there was no rubbish was being burned in the Quot a a Quot a Yard in the rear the Altoona House the firemen were not in service and no damage a caused apparent change in the condition Macswiney. This is the forty second Day the lord mayors hunger strike

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