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Boston Post (Newspaper) - August 23, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts Boston Post wednesday August 23, 1922 the big Little family \ it oin a a to re out it Tome Xci Tsi for a a a a a a it a two a. Ftp to see will Meuse. Avo Ooi it 6vieervmbas5t-trb Oue Quot ass Solomon sentenced to two years appeals Irving Solomon Revere clothing designer who mingled business and affection to the extent that his former sweetheart had him arrested on a charge of larceny of $2300, was sentenced to two years in the House of correction yesterday by judge Bennett in the Central court. He appealed and was held for the Superior court in $1500. Provincetown resident chilian Consul at Hub Provincetown aug. 22.�?herman Pesa of this town today received to tics that he has been appointed Csillan Consul at Boston. Or. Pesa who is 20 years of age is the Nephew of a member of the chilian diplomatic a re let. He attended Boston University and Harvard College. Or. Pesa married a Provincetown ii a year ago and since then has made his Home Here. Man thought unhurt Dies from broken Skull vol Limanti conn., aug. 22.�?jo-Eeph w. Provost of Pawtucket r. 1., died Here today from the effects of an automobile Accident on aug. 12. He was on the Way to Canada with his family when his automobile hit a Bridge abutment near Here. He seemed to have suffered no injuries and waited for the recovery of his wife and child who Are in a local Hospital. Last thursday he had a severe headache and a Skull fracture was discovered. Complications developed since that time. Playground exercises the announcement of the annual playground exercises to be held in Lynn on thursday aug. 31, was made yesterday. The exercises preceded by a Parade will be held on Lynn common in the afternoon and evening children of nine playgrounds participating. Particular people prefer o Keefer a Ginger ale sold by s. S. Pierce co. Its different its better the William t. Neilly co. Kew Knaly and Ditrih Nora �555 Toyi Ston St. a Telephone a Aback Bay 0258 Trio in lost plane saved picked up by ship supposed to be rum runner new York aug. 22.�?the three men who were lost 43 hours in a crippled seaplane on the Ocean landed Early today in a fishing smack at Long Beach rushed into the City and then immediately left for different parts of the country. A statement outlining their experiences was issued after they had gone by major b. L. Smith operating head of the company owning the lost seaplane. The statement said that the seaplane fell into the water about two Miles off Long Beach sunday morning during a heavy blow when the engine went dead. The passenger and Crew anally were rescued by a Ashing smack supposed to be a rum runner. The Schooner he said did not itself land at Long Beach but put the three men into a Dory about a half mile off Shore and let them Row in alone. Then she slipped away immediately into the darkness. Indian girl a real life Cinderella her land yields Oil and dreams come True autos needed for veterans Outing though arrangements have been made by the volunteers of America to give the War veterans conned in government hospitals the time of their Young lives at an Outing and Barbecue to be held at Bridgewater saturday automobiles Are needed to carry these sex service men to and from the hospitals. Anyone anxious to do their share in giving these boys a Little fresh air Sunshine and recreation is requested to Call colonel Walter Duncan of the volunteers at Haymarket 921 Muskogee. Okla., aug. 22 United news a Exie Fife 19, was the poorest Loneso Inest plainest Little Indian girl in All the Creek tribe. True she had 160 acres of government land but it yielded the skin Niest kind of a living for Back breaking work and the ramshackle old Shack on it was no place for a girl with dreams like exies a dreams of silk and frilly under things Paradise hats limousines and travel and Prince charming. A save Coal born Wood James j. Phelan advises fuel conservation Quot save Coal and bum that la the advice which Jamea j. Phelan chairman of the Boston emergency fuel committee issued yesterday to bostonian in an Effort to conserve the available Coal Supply of the City against the approaching Winter Quot there is no reason Why we should get Panicky Over tile situation a he added Quot because no one is going to freeze in Boston this Winter but it is absolutely necessary that the people Burn Wood and Oil instead of Coal just As Long As possible. Not one Pound of Coal of any kind should be burned if Wood or kerosene can be burned instead. 2000 patronize first of municipal markets More than 2000 persons crowded the Arst of the municipal markets opened yesterday at Roxbury crossing. Nearly 100 Farmers drove their wagons into town during the Early morning hours and they did a thriving business during the Day. Inspectors from the office of the sealer of weights and measures examined All the Scales and measures Usei. Other markets will be opened daily under municipal auspices. Today one will open at Central Square. East Boston tomorrow at Thomas Park South Boston Friday at Hancock and Bowdoin streets Dorchester and saturday at Monument Square Charlestown. Ca.n.jb0 act Otto him Qon utne Orange los Sam. Reagan Kipp co. Jewellers 162 Tremont St., Boston Waldorf idea was made possible by Over 1,000,000 appreciative patrons. Good food Good will and Courtesy to All is our policy and these Are due you we believe. co. Final Mark Down of boys summer clothes our entire Stock of boys All Wool bathing suits reduced to $1 .00 sizes 24 to 34. All the Fine grades. For Large and Small boys guaranteed for color and Wear. It is certainly Worth y i while to buy for next years needs at this Low Price. Flows $1250 a Day it looked like exle was due to sit on the a stoop a and dream forever until the other Day when suddenly drillers on dior land a hot two Oil Wells and the Little Indian maid had to run for her life to keep from being drowned under a thundering Rush of Black Oil. Now she is the Indian Cinderella no longer poor no longer lonesome no longer Plain. The magic Oil Wella Are spouting $1250 for Exie every �4 hours. They Are spouting automobiles and College educations and trips to Europe everything. But a Cinderella Isnit made Over in a Day and Uncle Sam is watching exies Money for her. Drilling four More Wells the government is giving her $125 a week until her new Fortune is established. They Are drilling four More Wells on her land and maybe $1s0 is simply pocket change. With the Arst monthly instalment of her new wealth Exie hiked into j City from her land on the Barren okla Liona plains�?�0 Miles and made three Purchas s. Rho bought a shiny second hand automobile to ride Back in. Then she bought a shiny Ward Robe trunk to put her clothes in when the government Man comes around again and gives her some More Money. Then she remembered her brother and bought him an �85 Saddle. Going to marry Berlin Jackson she is still wearing the frayed Blue and red Gingham dross a he wore before she became a Cinderella but Only until next week. Then she says goodbye to Gingham forever. Then she is going to take her old Indian Mother to live in town and learn Quot Reading and Ritins a a so a he can matriculate at Bacon College near Here. After that she says she is going to marry Berlin . A Young Farmer neighbor who was a a right Nice a to her when she was poor. Our entire Stock of boys Wash and Straw hats reduced to 2sc All grades All colors All styles. All our Wash Caps included. Our entire Stock boys washable Norfolk suits $2.9 sizes broken Odd lots Only 30 suits in the lot they will not last Long at this Low Price. Is your boy s sit the Here boys Khaki knickerbockers 59c reduced to heavy Strong Khaki material guaranteed for color and Wear watch pockets Belt straps. These trousers Cost us More at wholesale. Size .1 71 81 91101111213114115116117118 l4589�o8260l28r 1 �o13147�o22�o a Al Quot Saltonstall statement is corrected by Harvey to the editor of the Post sir i have before me your publication of aug. 21, in which you published a communication from e. P. , present District attorney for county in which he urges the election of one of my opponents. To this letter he refers to my candidacy and i should like to Correct a statement contained therein. Or. Sal Tonstall says that he is credibly informed that while i was assistant District attorney that i tried comparatively few cases. I would suggest to him that he consult the records of the Superior criminal court for Middlesex county and then his information will be Correct without reference to anybody s word and he will discover that during my Arst year of service i was the Workhorse of the office. I tried the bulk of the cases during that time including the lengthy investigation and trial of the so called Wake Lin a girder Case. To fact i tried during that period Al out As Many As the entire office Force put together. From that time on. For the balance of my term of service i was in charge of the More important cases in the of Ace such As the Harris automobile Case which consumed Many months resulting in conviction the Everett Rah cry Case implicating 10 defendants brought from various parts of the to noted states and sent to state prison without trial and the 18 months spent on the automobile investigations which concluded in dec Melter 1920, when i resigned. He will discover that out of this tremendous null it or of cases which i tried in 1917, i lost not a single one until the month of november and i think Liat is Hie Only Case lost by me during file entire year. I know that or. Saltonstall would not knowingly do me an injustice hence i am attempting to give him and also give the Pulilli the info nation Wlinich he lacks. Verv sincerely yours retd he Stanley Harvey. 113 Maple Street Malden. Our entire Stock Converse big nine Tennis shoes reduced to $l9s, Brown and White not All sizes. Boys sports oxfords reduced to $2.95. Brown Saddle Oti smoked Claskin. Not All sizes. I Boyie own Stor s�con4 Floon sewing machines taken in a so Linn for Iii celebrated new Tomk �?T8 10 z �?~20 All by Arronte Needles and parts for All Mach Nea new Ma-viane.4 rent Al. All Niu Uch required. pict Edgo toc c. C. Bowles it co. Ii ii kid Ord St edit oppo Aito Jordan Mara furniture Annas used gone that three times a Day in the dish pan look Lux leaves your China spotlessly clean and does not Redden or coarsen hands you use a Strong alkaline soap on your Fine Silks. Done to use it on your hands. They Are As sensitive As the most delicate silk to harsh soap. Lux contains no free Alkali or any other ingredient that would harm your skin. Three times a Day you can Wash dishes in. The gentle Lux suds without ruining your hands. Women themselves discovered this use for Lux. Women who for years had been getting such satisfaction from Lux for Silks and woolens tried it for washing dishes. Thousands of letters have come in to us saying that Lux suds leave your China beautifully clean and at no Cost to your hands and asking us Why we never mentioned it. Start today using Lux for your dishes. Lever Bros. Co., Cambridge mass. Just a Tablespoon to a pan. A single package does 44 dish washings it the dishes fat More than two weeks. Lux for washing dishes Lux leaves your glassware Ting wit lout a Trace of soapy 0m�?yp�r Silver Lustrous j Dana spot Lily Dean

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