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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - June 24, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania V to that Thyl a Mil in Lils Tho Independent gels Tho patronage of advertisers without lying about its circulation. Vol. . 52. Forrest theatre tuesday and wednesday David Belasco s the heart of Maryland guarantors for Bristol. Pa., Friday. June 24. 1921. Five cents the copy 1922 Chautauqua or. And mrs. Frank Baldwin see Cornell teams win or. And mrs. Frank Baldwin miss a Bossie Baldwin. Mrs. J. Fred wag a v i nor and miss Janice Wagner loft number have expressed desire to Bristol on tuesday morning for so Sieps Johnathan Wright gives merry yachting party Sigil since lists mailed have been despite rumours and Wilder newspaper reports situation still As announced in Independent that one to Vilice Tho signing of the guarantors for next years Chautauqua Many have expressed the wish to he among tile number. It is of it times it left because of the famine to seize Tho Golden Opportunity at the right time. I Hose who Dill affix their signatures follow Lucy Louderio itch Andrew j. Gideon mrs. Andrew j. Gideon Loti is c. Spring mrs. Louii a Spring newly appointed Board have As yet or e. M. Lawrence miss Esther Lawrence Thomas c. Hanford w. Shipping Board yet to be heard from Zotigh Peepsie to attend the annual rowing Regetta. Ted Baldwin is a Junior at Cornell University and a member of the varsity Crew and his parents Are ardent Cornell rooters. The fact that the Junior and freshman events were won by Cornell will give great satisfaction to the Bald w ins. Upper Beaver St. To have elec. Lights or. Johnathan Wright took a merry party wednesday in his yacht to Florence Heights for a picnic. Among the group was mrs. J. Wright and son mrs. John Watson misses Jessie Muriel and Helen Fine edit ii Vandegrift William Fine jr., and Mildred Braden. Swimming and a Good supper were the features of Tim afternoon. The return trip was made about 9 in m. Chiron a answer to pres. Baldy letter editor of Keystone idea airs opinions on stand taken by state Medicos recent Accident to Birkey family help build Home emphasizes necessity of Clearing hedge on North Side for legion boys made no final decision on disposition of government property the newly appointed shipping Board have not As yet taken any official action either pro or con in the matter of final disposal of the merchant shipbuilding Plant at Harriman at least they had not up to the hour of this paper going to press. The statement As published in the Independent two weeks ago is still the last official Trews on the subject of the Yard and despite the wild bitty which appeared in the evening Ledger last saturday evening which stated that the Yard and properly was going to be handed to the Harriman interests on a Silver Platter. It undoubtedly would be More economical for the government to turn Over to per property standing on or. Harriman land to this gentleman rather than attempt to Salvage it As the salvaging process would be a rather an expensive proposition but the Board who will have the final official handling of the subject have As yet said never a word on the subject. When one takes in consideration that scarcely two weeks have passel since the personal of the Board was announced by the president and the announced names had to be confirmed by the Senate committee it is indeed wonderful the celerity w Ith which some people and be eral publications of standing have Given them the credit of having reached a decision on this very important matter. The contract Between the merchants and the Oover Nentin is now in Washington in the hands of the Board. The government option on the Harriman land expired on May 18, and at that time it was stated that the administration had no idea of taking Over the property. In the event that the new shipping Board think that the Purchase of the land the proper expedient at this time there is no doubt in the mind of anyone who has been following the shipyard problem closely that or. Harriman Zouki wave his technical Light to keep tie government to the letter of their agreement and would turn Over the land to them when i hey had paid to Hun the agreed Purchase Price. What the future has in store for the wonderful Plant Al North Bristol no one at this time knows not even or. Harriman himself can Tell what the final action of the Board will be and As a result has not divulged to anyone just what his future intentions in regard to the Yard will be in the event that the property again reverts to him. There is no Law against expressing a wish and it is the wish of this paper that Harriman is Given the Yard As it stands Tor with this property in the hands of this Bright Young business Man it will become Active of it reverts to the government through Purchase there is every Likely Hood that it would lie Idle for years As the government would not be in a position to operate it and they would simply be forced to sit tight until a buyer appeared on the horizon and this would not occur until the trend of the business world bits Back at Normal. Listen to the Man who whispers in your ear and tells you that he known what is going to happen u ii less he is a mind Reader or a seer he is simply a harmless nut a let him rave poor below and do not excite him As brainstorm is a dangerous disease in hot weather. Lovett Leigh mrs. W. Lovett Leigh. William h. Sinyol mrs. C. L. Anderson. Clifford l. Anderson. Mrs. David o. Taylor p. J. Barrett. Boron Green. E. J. Warren e. Linton Martin James la Rue Lewis j. Bev an Susan t. Iredell Isaac Jones win. Ii. Flory Frank Baldwin. Mrs. Frank Baldwin or. Frank Lehman mrs. Frank a he Titan. William g. Buckman. Mrs. Win. G. Bookman. Louise i. Baggs Basil pappajion. Mrs. Emil Metzgar Horace Davis Howard i. James Franklin Gilkeson la. E. Groom w. Ii. Thompson. Rev. Henry m. Hartman mrs. W. H. Thompson Warren in Thompson mrs. In c. Wright mrs. Frank in i tellings Edgely Rev. Henry s. 1k liter. Mary f. King or. In Pur Seii John s. Roberts or. Asa Fabian mrs. Asa Fabian Louis dries j. M. Winder William m. Downing j. Wagman. Alfonso a Calesso. D. A. Elias la. In Headley Katherine Keating. M. A Hill. Mrs. M. J. Hill. Mrs. John c. Slucker Walter f. Be Edom mrs. W. F. Lee Dom m. P. Mccoy mrs. M. P. Mccoy mrs. T. G. Hawke w. E. Dodds mrs. W. E. Dodds James Guy James Brooks. Mrs. James Brooks. Stanford Runyon. Armand Morris or. J. Fred Wagner miss Frances in i Andretha William Wood ouse or. John Hargrave mrs John Hargrave marburg i. Weagley Hugh East Burn. Mrs. Hugh b. East Burn mrs. Louis t. Kodan or. William c. Lecompte mrs. William c. Lecompte miss Elizabeth Crichton or. La. Webb mrs. M. Ricking f. I Gibfried jr., mrs. L. A Girton. Mrs. M. Irwin Frank Green Angelo Direnzo p. K. Conrad mrs. I. K. Conrad. George Ardrey e. W. Min eight Ster or. J. Collins m. I. Ardrey mrs. Henry Ancker William Betel to j. H. La Rue. Miss Mary j. Haines ii. C. Streeper. S. Phillips Landroth. Russel b Carty William j. Rue. James f. King. Mrs. James f. King miss Sarah m. Hawke. Mrs. In t. Eisenberg mrs. W. E. Davis. Or. George t. Fox and James i Quot. Blanche. D. A. Elias states plans Are under Way to extend electric lines beyond Borough limits mrs. Black still suffers from Shock East plans the Independent is glad to announce to Hie Colony of citizens living on upper Beaver St reel and in fourth and fifth Avenue that they ase to have the Long desired electric Light service for which they have been petitioning for years. Tills paper was assured yesterday by d. A. Elias local manager of tie Penn. Gas and Klee co., that had been formulated to extend the electric service even beyond tile Point where these property owners desire it. Wish it were possible to announce that the Borough we re As progressive As the lighting company but the town officials tire too Busy just now Messing up the streets of the town with tar to give As important matter As Waler to taxpayers any consideration. Or. Elias in his talk with to representative of this paper stated that it was the object or ins company to emulate the Telephone company and give Universal service in this entire territory. This the company have been held Back by Lack of finances. The project of extending the lines out Beaver Street will Cost at least $2,000 and it will be a Long time before that amount is realized in return. The householders who have been holding Back on there electrical work Iii this District can now go ahead and make their improvements As it is Safe to assume that by tile time their work is completed the new lines will have Ben Laid and the much wanted a a juice will be available. Graduates in b. H. S. Class of 21 Tho Accident which Occi ired last week at Grundy a Corner resulting in the mashup of the Auto of John l Irkey and the injuring of its occupants is just an added proof of the necessity of taking some Steps to make this dreadful Corner Safe for vehicular traffic. As a result of tile Accident mrs. Margaret Black Mother in Law of or. Birkey has been Iii a delirious condition and has been under Hie constant care of a physician. Her mind has wandered most of Tho time since she was injured and owing to her advanced age she being eighty six years old it will be miraculous if she Ever fully recovers. The roads approaching the Corner Are exceptionally Good Tor this Sec Tiki of the country Anil to one unfamiliar with this dangerous turning Point it is a veritable Accident trap. The hedge along the Edge of the property on the North Side of the Road running from Bristol right at the Corner prevents a Driver from seeing w Hether or not there is a v a Hicle coming from the a direction of new port Ville. Of course to Drivers in this Section this condition is Well known arum they slow Down when approaching this Point. The stranger knows nothing of the conditions and even ii. He throws in his brakes suddenly his car will slide and skid into an approaching vehicle As the Tate of the Road its almost Glass like smoothness prevents his wheels from holding under the pressure of the brakes. Since the opening of the season there have been several accidents that have been More or less of a serious nature and unless some Steps Are taken immediately to make this Corner Safe a More serious Accident probably resulting in a fatality will be the result. By attending Benefit performance at Forrest theatre next thursday evening Braddock pa., june to 1921. By Hor Bucks county Independent Bristol Penna. Dear sir Hermit me to to congratulate you Hie attitude of your paper in re Gurd to Hie arrest of or. Martindell. If is appreciated not Only by the chiropractors of Pennsylvania but by be citizens of Bucks county. This a rest of or. Martindell is part of opening gun fired through advertisement which appears in this Issue of the Independent John l. Dubois East. Penn. Sect i ill a build a Home for the american legion boys a this cry has been put up by the Independent for tin past year and now that the ladies auxiliary of the legion has taken up the fight it is an assured fact that Ere Long these returned heroes will he housed in comfortable and commodious quarters which they May Call All their own. The Munster motion picture and vaudeville Benefit to be Hohl at the Forrest theatre next thursday evening the first step taken by the ladies this direction and at this writing it looks As if the Forrest will be crowded to the doors. A most pleasing vaudeville Bill has been announced consisting of the two Little Granville Sisters in dances. These children will be favourably remembered for the excellence of their work in Pinafore Given last Spring a it ear ago. They will do Buck and Wing dancing and Solo classic dances and close with their famous toe dance. Miss Mcnee of Harriman who has pleased Many audiences hereabouts with scotch dances will again present dances of the Highland Thor a Singer of great Render amp added Paten of extermination by the Doylestown attorney Wil head fight heal to mtg the members of which blindly being discredited and put int a it Nam business by the chiropractors. In their vain attempt to save then the medical doctors have had passed by the different state i a t ii res and Are now trying to chiropractic by Law instead of kitting their patients Well. One a did think that witly state and a m this Section Joe Duff command in Bristol. In Selve Laws leg is kill by a the association against the prohibition arsement bus started an Active Campaign in Bristol and Joseph r. Duff a prominent member of appropriations the prestige of the staff a1 the shipyard is the Gen a eur went and five thousand years be j i a dual propaganda it would hardly i necessary for the medical Doc tors to accuse their competitors of practising Medicine when they the it Iii Praetor do nothing but Adrue vertebrae of the spine. Or. Baldy in his letter says that not it Quot hit is brought against a Chiro i Meior unless his office has Nuques done proof of injury to patients no it the unlicensed chiropractic i aet it inner is too a a ignorant to pass lamination of the Board of i lice sure. Plead guilty to being unable a medical examination just Idy is unable to pass a Chi examination and for the on Viz we Are taught Chi while they Are taught Heman responsible for the movement being treated locally and to him has entrusted the work of placing Beetle quarantine on in Pennsylvania despite what anyone officially otherwise May think or say to the contrary or Gladys Renk surprised on her birthday a great Sui prise w As sprung upon miss Gladys Renk last evening. June 23rd, when her Bristol friends and others including the employees of the office of the p. R., Philadelphia. Where miss Gladys works saluted her when she arrived at the station about six of clock. Miss Renk was detained ostensibly to do some unfinished work that her co workers might be enabled to arrive on a train earlier it having been planned that All should meet that train and give her a us nine on her birthday. Still other surprises awaited her at her Home 615 Beaver Street. Her Bristol friends joined in the Purchase of Madeira work w hich was presented with Many other useful and Beautiful gifts. Later in the evening refreshments were served by her Moi her mrs. Edward Renk among those present were miss Hilda Pope miss adelta Wright miss Theresa Highland. Miss Margaret Porter of Atlantic City miss Betty Rine and miss May Bell Kline of Harriman. A number of friends from Philadelphia and other places were present. Miss Renk has occasion to Ever remember this birthday. There Are number of people in Bristol and some of them Are of those most vitally interested As they Are growers who still have the idea that the japanese Beetle quarantine has not been declared on the Pennsylvania Side of the River. I his idea was gained either through a misstatement by the inspector stationed at Burlington who made a visit to Bristol on wednesday or by a misunderstanding of what this gentleman May have said. A map which is before the eyes of the writer at this time plainly shows that even one year ago the affected at Ca had spread to Sena Alem and that entire Section was quarantined last year and is again tinder the ban ibis year rite Patton farm which is on the nes Hanainy about Tine Miles from Bristol is now Quai untitled and this would seem to indicate that the pest is gradually spreading this Way. It would seem almost too in dictum to give credence that a Dill appointed inspector of the government would foolishly make a statement that no quarantine existed Iii Pennsylvania. Rather is it More Likely that his auditors who quote him a making this statement what he said. Eight pupils were graduated from the local High schol at commencement exercises held tuesday evening in the methodist Church. The Young folks who have just completed one of the important epochs of their careers were addressed by Rev. John a. Wilson of Philadelphia who chose for his theme the Grundy medal awarded to the Pupil having maintained the highest general average for the four year course was awarded to miss Margaret Smoyer. The graduates were general Fred Kring George Munce and Fletcher Holland. Commercial Margaret Smoyer Elizabeth Johnson Leona Beek Dot is Henderson and Dorothy Moss. Mrs. Goslin surprised with apron Shower Jane Manley is still in the Lead in no. I popularity contest prizes awarded july 5th�?at Benefit at colonial theatre on thursday last. June 16th. The friends of mrs. Harry Goslin. Met at the Home of her Mother mrs. Sarah Boone of 213 Market Street and proceeded to 225 Market Street the Home of mrs. Goslin and overwhelmed her with an apron Shower. There were about thirty present some of the guests were from Trenton and Morrisville. Refreshments were serv Good time made of mrs. Goslin. De and a general glad the birthday miss Anna Potts lion in Atlantic week end with her a Potts of Spruce who has a Posi City. Spent the Mother mrs. An Stielf. Trio of Young ladies Canoe to Bordentown a Trio of talented Young ladies took a Canoe trip on wednesday. Besides the usual phar Ophanalia of Canoe trips consisting of paddles cushions and ect., the usual Quantity of sandwiches and Lemons were stowed away in a knitting bag apparent a it filled with work. A camera and mandolin completed the outfit and the party paddled to Bordentown where they spent a delightful hut uneventful Day. The Trio consisted of miss Viola Vansant of Philadelphia miss Helen Chambers of Trenton. Both miss Clara the Young this week King. Formerly of Bristol and King of Walnut Street. Ladies spent sex Elal Days As the guests of m iss or. And mrs. William Armstrong and family of five children motored on sunday from Philadelphia to Bristol to visit mrs. Armstrong s brother or. Manus Mcconomy of i 644 Pine Street. Daily courier still silent on Challenge till on the the a a daily excuse s brazenly flaunts in the ear its first Page the statement that a it has More circulation than the other two papers in Bristol the manager of this paper its officers Ami the Man who owns it knows that they cannot prove this statement to be a fact anti Why they persist in attempting to get away with this bunk is More than the editor of the Independent can figure out. They have been made to appear ridiculous in the eyes of the local advertisers but Challenge of the Independent that they have not played sufficient Backbone answer that Challenge is the talk of every advertising Agency in the country As the Independent has taken Good care that it should be. Seems As if the folks who run the a apology a have assumed the attitude of the Ostrich and because they Are fooling themselves imagine that they tire fooling everyone else in this Community. One thing this ridiculous statement is doing for them it is getting them Lottie advertising from this paper Ami for this they probably Are or at least should be thankful. Do to Jane Mcginley still leads in the popularity contest being conducted by Bristol fire company no. I and when the votes were counted on tuesday evening it was found that she led Lier nearest competitor by almost six Hundred votes. The contest has Only a Short while longer to run and it behoves the contestants to redouble their efforts in order that they shall have merited the costly prizes that will be Given the three highest. The standing of the contestants to Date follows Jane Mcginley 359 4 Mary Kissinger 2951 Florence Bell 1022 and Hilda Richter. 900. The company have planned to make the presentation of prizes to the winners which will consist of a Diamond ring for first a wrist watch for second and a Lavaliere for third. At a motion picture Benefit to be Given at the colonial theatre. July 5th. The picture has been chosen for this occasion shows real Western Rodeo relic of a picturesque passing West a one of the exciting features of a Penny of top Hill the Federated feature starring Bessie love. The scene was filmed on a californian ranch and some of the Best riders living took part in it. Miss love was scheduled to ride a Mustang. But her first attempt ended abruptly when she was thrown Over the head of the bucking Steed. A week in bed with a sprained ankle and wrenched Side was the result but then the scene was re take if and miss love be strode the same spirited horse in Triumph. Youthful philanthropists sell toys for Charity her the or. Carmer t will several selections and this to the feature picture. Georges Carpentier the hero of France. In a the wonder will round up a wonderful evenings entertainment. The first show will Start promptly at 6.4 5, so that the second May not be held tip. The elite of Washington society forms the background for a the won Kier Man a the Robertson Cole super special picture starring Georges Carpentier. Idol of France and european heavyweight Champion. This unusual drama of american society directed by John g. Adolfi. For Robertson Cole. Promises a revelation in motion pictures of the newer and better sort. The versatility of Carpentier according to eminent critics who attended a recent pre review. Will prove a great Surprise to lovers of the Cinema Art. Based on an intriguing Story of love and mystery in which Carpentier is Given Opportunity to display his capacity As a Boxer a sportsman and As a gentleman of the first order a the wonder Man a should prove to be one of the most commendable productions that the people of Bristol have Ever seen. Included in the picture is a boxing bout with men of National and International prominence forming the audience. At the a time the boxing scene was taken More than 2.000 persons packed to log studio. This realistic scene said to be the most perfect of its kind Ever filmed in the history of the screen shows Carpentier in the ring for the first time on this Side of the Atlantic. He i gilts four fast rounds with a worthy opponent. Frankford scouts take an arduous hike Norman Myers a thirteen year old boy of Frankford and Nephew of mrs. William Smith of Pond Street took his first hike test on saturday afternoon leaving Frankford at 2 p. M. And arrived in Bristol at 7 p. M. Norman was accompanied by Clarence Hanna and Ray Bishop All of Loop 24 2. Boy scouts of Frankford. In boys stayed Over night at the Smith Home and on sunday wended their Way Home. Harry my Mullen surprised by Burlington friends the and Wilson for of the Mer Little playmate 322 Jackson a Sale of Dis Russel of recently held toys on the Lawn of the rus Albert Ladue drowned Mollie Wilson who lives on River front above the shipyard is the daughter of w. T. Mer works manager chants and her Mamie Street. Carded sell Home. Every plaything that either child Felt they could do without Vas sacrificed at the Sale and when the spoils of the of i air were counted up it was found that Tho youngsters had realized $1.11, and this sum they carried Over to the Harriman Hospital and presented it to miss Lew is Iii charge simply stating that it was a slight donation. The kind nurse entered into the spirit of the occasion and conducted the t w o y o ii t h f u i philanthropists sympathy that through the institution and thank to his bereaved cd them most profusely for their magnanimous action. Older Folk often would do Well to pattern after the children. Wood Street eight Young people of Burlington came Over to Bristol on tuesday evening. To Surprise Harry Mcmullen or. On his seventeenth birthday. The party succeeded Iii making it a Complete Surprise. A Silver Pencil was presented and refreshments were served. The Happy crowd took the yacht Back to Burlington Between eleven and twelve of clock. Wednesday in canal the i hied i we to pass As or. J i prac til same Lea apra tic Medicine. Isnit it curious that if or. Martin Del a injured so Many in the Community that the medical Trust cannot find one who will testify against him. And Are compelled to hire detectives for this work and Isnit it More curious still that All those Vav Horn or. Martindell Lias injured sing his praises and laugh the medical doctors to scorn or. Baldy should know that the chiropractic schools have raised their educational requirement at least fifty per rent. Since 1912 when he handed out the a Rugless therapy licenses. He should know there Neve was a single chiropractic License glinted Iii the state of Pennsylvania that not a single chiropractor in the state Ever Dill or Ever could comply with the present Law simply because the Law says that in Oiler to even apply for a lie it use from the medical Board you must let to a graduate of a chiropractic school recognized by the state medical Bourd. And knowing this the state medical Board has not recognized a single chiropractic school. Under tense circumstances whose fault is it chiropractors Are outlawed the chiropractors recognize the right of the medical profession to regulate Tim practice of Medicine but do not recognize the right of the medical profession to regulate the practice of chiropractic of which they know nothing. To permit medical men to regulate tile practice of chiropractic would be on a with permitting the Catholic Church to regulate the protestant Church or the Mohammedans to regulate int jews and that the Medico s presume to try to do it shows what a tremendous grip they have on the bodies and minds of the anteroom Public. They not Only Reserve All right to drug dope Cut ser Mize and vaccinate the american citizen against his will but also arrest and prosecute those who like chiropractors make their medical stunts look foolish. This in the name of the Law and Iii spite of the protests of the Public. Or. Martindel is a thoroughly competent chiropractor the graduate of a reputable school of chiropractic a High minced gentleman and one whom the r of tractors of Pennsylvania Are go in defend. It the in Edicer Dors want to kill chiropractic let them get their patients Well. They always have the first chalice for everybody. From Force of habit first consults the family doctor and does not think of consulting a chiropractor until he knows that the medical Man can do nothing. The medical doctors should be ashamed to look the Public in the face knowing As they do How unscrupulous have been their efforts in regard to legislation. Perhaps it will be but a Short time until the Public will put a medical doctor out of business who makes the foolish charge of a a practising Medicine without a License against a chiropractor. Apropos of this subject it might be pertinent to read the decision of Juige Lansdon. Of Tennessee where the same tactics were tried. Sincerely yours. James. G. G Hegge son editor rile Keystone idea. Hereafter be Tion by an nor try. In. Lish ment of favor and been in the hands of those anxious to help the movement literature which will instruct them As to the methods to be pursued and also membership cards which Are to be returned to the Eastern Pennsylvania division of the association in the Liberty building Philadelphia. Early in april the Independent exclusively published the fact that a move in this direction was on foot but since that time plans have been formulating and it was not until tuesday when an and was sent this paper a that the final Steps to launch the Campaign Here were completed. John l. Dubois the Doylestown attorney will take a most prominent part in the movement in this sect Ioir of the state As he is the Secretary of this division. This association while still Iii its infancy have working organizations in ten states and they Are laying the ground work of others in every state in the Union. Some of the most prominent citizens of Philadelphia have enrolled their names As members and some mighty prominent National figures Are also on the roster of membership. The purposes of the association As listed in one of their pamphlets follows i. To get the volstead act out of the Law and keep it out. Ii. To oppose the passage of similar Tyran ical Laws and to Endeavor to have the enforcement of the eighteenth amendment so Long As it remains in Force left to the people of the several states under the concurrent clause. Iii. To work patiently lawfully. Fairly and patriotically for the repeal of the prohibition amendment. Ami in the Hope that the Constitution of the United states will preserved from Multila or a Iii Zed fanatical i pending the a comp the above program to encourage obedience to the prohibition Law As effective now. The old saying a when thieves fall out. Just men get their dues a is a promo to be applied by the condition that now exists among the forces of the professional prohibition agitators. Wayne b. Wheeler of the anti Saloon league and or. Dinwiddle have dissolved a partnership that existed for years. Or. Dinwiddle is going to pull the ship of prohibition alone. He is said to have stated the other Day that a it is now time that stymie sane action was taken in regard to the prohibition if this is a fact it would seem to indicate that the Good doctor who has been a professional prohibition agitator for years without number has an idea that there never yet has been any sane action taken in regard to forwarding prohibition cause. There Are Many who will agree with the doctor. The a. A. The p. A., contend that the entire question of prohibition Beer and wine ale Holic Content and in fact every phase of the situation that has upset the smooth trend of affairs generally in this country should not be decided by the prejudiced few for the Many. The fact that the few have the strength of a Well organized lobby plentifully supplied with Money behind them Means nothing the entire matter should be placed in the hands of the people for them to say whether they will have a Glass of Beer when they want it or whether they will not. This sort or legislation this association which has grown already to Mammoth proportions intends to advocate and attempt to have put in the statute books. Look Over the list of names of the men of prominence in All walks of life professional men men of the cloth and others who feel that this movement is a step in the right direction. These names can be found in the opening advertisement on another Page of this Issue. If you Are in favor with the movement you might clip out the Coupon in the and fill it out and mail it to Headquarters in Philadelphia. Albert Ladue eleven years old Tho Only son of Albert Ladue of Harrison Street Harriman was drowned in the canal near the Corona kid works on wednesday afternoon. The boy with a number of companions was playing in the water and he slipped and went beyond his depth. Many Are the expressions of have been extended parents. For rent furnished Tom All conveniences electric or Echt 306 mrs. Anna Burke on trip to coast a. J. Hellyer off for eagles convention on monday mrs. Anna Burke sister of Robert Coleman of 214 Radcliffe Street took leave of her Home to a visit to her brother Mathew Coleman of Seattle Washington who has been somewhat of an in valid for years. On arriving at St. L aul. Mrs. Burke took the Canadian i us Pacific in in and travelled Over the Rockies. A. J. Hellyer of 118 Wood Street. Who is an enthusiastic member of the aerie of eagles leaves Bristol today for Atlantic City where he will join about three Hundred members of his Lodge from Trenton All of them making the journey to the a City by the to at tend grand annual convention. Or. Scr Vav ill enjoy the Ocean breezes until sunday evening. The heu /

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