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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - October 7, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania Tif Independent unfettered by party unbiased by Creed unwed by Power Uli bribed by Gleed. Vol 2.�?no. 14 our aim As we grow in business vol unit. Face Are striving to increase our influence for the advancement and betterment of this Community. Bristol. A. Friday october 7. 1921. Five cents the copy Nelsons entertain the presbyterian choir expected Iii by Balking plans of Powers to divert business to upper end of town r and mrs. Thomas Snel son of 221 Market Street entertained last veiling the members of the Freeby to ii in choir and a few friends. The choir is receiving so much attention of late that the people who cannot 1 sing Are wondering what they can do to improve their tones. Rail re a Crossings menace to vehicles lighting question to be again agitated Jefferson Avenue crossing in particular disgraceful and dangerous Dorrance Street also be Amu Bettes times in Prospect activities in Woolen Mills Ajr forerunners of general Prosperity for Bristol Stanford Runyan Host at merry dinner party nine Hundred was the a House Day evening. The dinner Given by Stanford to nine of his Fri was served at merry time was pm who were messes. Janie William g. Bucko Iii. Or. Lecompte Hugh Kast Bairn Morris Robert Smith. Or. Abbott or. La. Purcell and Spring. Ten Radcliffe Street. Of mirth on tues occasion being a k. Runyan lids. A line dinner 6.30 p. Rn., and a had by those pro i la Rue. Won. C. Armand j. De in urn is c. Rummage Sale at St. James Parish House under the auspices of the ladies Guild of or. James episcopal Church. A rummage Sale As ill he held in the Parish House adjoining the Church this afternoon and evening. This Sale will also continue saturday afternoon and evening at the same place where Many useful articles will be placed Oil Sale. Steeles and Grundy working overtime a put and take is still being played both announce positively that they will not make run on election Day a daily excuse Boss loses his temper Mill Street wha if another subject he will be expected to thresh out councilman elect Louis in Clr ton who is councilman despite the efforts of the gang leaders of the first Ward to sacrifice him to insure the election of Arthur Fine is look cd up to by the business men of Mill Street As the Saviour of their thoroughfare. Much is expected of a Lou a and when the time Cornea it is a Safe bet that he will be out on the floor of the Council chamber voicing the sentiment of his fellow residents of the main Street of the town and that he will accomplish something for the betterment of this thorough Faie is a foregone conclusion. One of the first things that the new councilman from the first will be asked to accomplish is to have or. Grundy bring out from its hid log place the petition of Hie bus Ness men of Mill Street to allow them at their own expense to better Light up this Street. This request was presented to Council a year ago and As Council can do nothing with out the consent of or. Grundy the matter was put up to him and there it now rests. It was the plan of the business men s association to attach a Cluster of lights to the trolley Poler along Mill Street thereby making that Street the a White Way of Bristol somebody in Power had other views and As a consequence the entire matter reached no further than he tentative plans. The trolley company management agreed to allow the poles to he used and the East Penn Gas a electric company volunteered to shoulder the expense of installing the necessary lights the business men themselves volunteered to pay for the additional lighting Cost for the first year and they doubtlessly would make the same i Olse from year to year if the Borough fathers or rather tin father of the Borough self appointed would have co lid econ led to give the innovation a trial. The fathers through the father ruled rather to ignore the request and there the matter now stands. No chalice for Progress even though the Borough a not asked to spend even a Penny with Loum Girt on in Council a Home of the Cut and dried actions of this body will become a thing of the past and it is firmly expected that lie will do much to circumvent the Well Laid plans to move the business sect Ion of the town from Mill Street Over to the a promised Ile is a Mill Street property owner his place of business is on Mill Street and he has Good solid business judgment and naturally feels that the business of tills Street should be retained there. Not having extensive tracts of land to dispose of nor being the owners of hundreds of houses in the upper Section of the town lie cannot be expected to coincide with the views of the All powerful interest who would divert All bust Ness to the upper end of the town if such a thing were feasible. Another much needed improvement which a six will he asked to father is the repair of the Mill Street wharf. It is a crying disgrace that the condition of this breathing spot should be allowed to remain As it is and a it has been for several years. Bristol is the laughing Stock of every other town along the River front As a consequence of this almost criminal be j glee of the wharf at the find of its j principal business Street. Lack of Money is the cry of the Council if Money is lacking Why is it lacking if this town was run strictly on a business basis instead of being manipulated to hold together a Strong political organization there would in no Lack of funds who indeed if this town had a manager who knew his business instead of a a a Bossy who is anything but a Good administrator of affairs municipal there would he no Lack of funds nor would there he a Lack of Public improvements. A a loud Cirton carries a heavy re i spoils vilify but he will not in found wanting when the time conies. The attitude of the Independent now and As Long As it is Nuder its present management will Ever be in favor of Public utilities the director of the destinies of this paper knows that Railroad companies trolley companies and lighting concerns Are All toothsome picking for the average citizen who wishes to vent his spleen on to called powerful corporations. Hilt despite t ii fact thai the person registering a kick invariably believes they have cation when tile matter the Bottom the rom Pany is usually doing the im1 under til circumstances serve support rather than despite the foregoing this work still scarce for men Here but they too should be Busy soon Street department just finished the a a take part of game on Radcliffe Street received nomination on the democratic ticket naughty Many has open rupture with Alf Rad Tomesani at tatters place of business $100,000 to be spent by Burlington Island amusement co. In making improvements Island at night to be Bright spot full Justilio is sifted to in question it they can a and de censure paper is cheer up has passed turned and the oiling Machen Mills of and smile for the worst the Corner has been hitter times loom no in the merry humming of in in both of Iii big Woolen Bristol certain departments going on record Here and now As decrying the disgraceful condition of Railroad Crossings in Bristol along the Pennsylvania and particularly the crossing at Jefferson Avenue which is not Only disgraceful but dangerous for a vehicle to Cross. Of course the fact that this old line of the Railroad is used very Little excepting for switching purposes will give the Railroad company a possible excuse for the existing conditions. This excuse is worse than none at All. Yet the onus of the cd Iti Cist in this Case should not fall on the off tiding company As much As upon the Borough authorities who permit them to god away with it. So in months ago the Independent raised a Hue and cry a in of these same Crossings and at that time ii was Given out from Headquarters that repairs Wen under Way and that work had been started to put All Crossings Iii consign. Work at that time was started on the Walnut sleet crossing and completed in a manner that is highly satisfactory Lull Here the work started and Here it ended. A person driving an automobile Over the Jefferson Avenue or Dorrance Street Crossings is not Only in danger of getting a punctured tire. But is also in danger of severe injury As the ruts and broken boards sticking up from All possible angles Are a menace and it is Only a question of time what n some thoughtless Driver will attempt to pass Over lies Crossings quickly and will come to grief with a wheel pulled off or an Axle twisted or Bent. Seems As if the director of All things temporal in this Community. Would be doing an act of Charity if they would take up the Telephone or better still if they would invite a letter to the Pennsylvania telling them that if they the Railroad company will not repair these Crossings the Borough will and charge the Cost of the work to them. Of which Bud it necessary to work until nine of clock in the evening in Vinier to keep Pace with their orders spells for Prosperity in certain quarters and this fact coupled with the Promise that there will he More demand for Patent leather goods in i ii Spring Means that the industries of Bristol will again he functioning and the people of this Community will once More have the work that they have been denied for so Long. The activity at Steele a Mill is not so surprising As this progressive firm have been busily engaged with orders since the first of february. They saw the first of the year tit necessity to meet the downward trend that was imperative at the close of the War and ilk the Good business Peop that they Are went out and took orders at prices that were far under the then prevailing tat Iii the Market. They sacrificed some of their own profit went to their employees Abd Laid before them flu necessity for a slight decrease in wages and As a result every machine in their Plant furs been running on Lull time for months. When the necessity for running overlain a they Mill t line now to until nine several of of the work Are women the women of full time will some of the beginning to Iii some of the a a Bill Fine buys out a a ted Baker will take la tiers place in finn of Tracy amp bakery ted to go to California William years has Vloyce it of women a missionary soc. First meeting of season the woman a missionary of the presbyterian Church first meeting of the season Day afternoon at g. Austin Bisbee. Mrs. The president presided. Boe let y held its yester of mrs. E. Crichton the attend ii. Ii. Fine who for Many been a most efficient eni Trio Farmers National Bank Lias bought out the interest of a a ted Baker in the firm of Tracy amp Baker and As soon As he ran sever his connections with the Hank will become actively identified with the firms activities. For the time being the firm will continue under the old firm name of Tracy amp Baker. A a ted Baker is Selling out his interests Here to embark in the Randy jobbing business in the far West. Ile will Bandle several brands of the finest brands of candies and chocolates on the Market and has territorial rights of the states of Washington Oregon and California. Or. And mrs. Baker have Many warm friends in Bristol who Are loathe to see them leave hut their impart tire w ill be followed by Good wishes from Ever Side. They will make their Westward journey in their Ford coup. Boy Tracy senior member of the firm. While lie is sorry at losing his partner who has been associated with him for five years is delighted Over his Good Fortune in securing As a future partner or. Fine who is one of the Best liked Young men in Bristol. The Independent joins with the general throng in wishing the new firm Success and Prosperity. Kid Ranger attraction at Forrest be several of their departments time presented itself they called upon the workers and were not found wanting. We by a. Glumly amp co has been running on j ast part for a number of months but they too Are not Only running capacity but Are working of clock in the evening Iii their departments. It is unfortunate that these two Mills employ in the most part women workers but such is the nature of the work performed that there is Little Field for men in fact seventy five per rent. Cis in Woolen Mills even no the fact that the town Are working do much to alleviate suffering that was make itself apparent Homes of the town. At Leeoma Mill the situation at the present time is not Over promising for a full resumption of activities the demand for fugs excepting those of the very highest grades is not very encouraging. Throughout the country the demand for the cheaper and More popular grades of rugs seems to have fallen off to almost nothing and As a consequence the demand for Reserve Stock in this Grade of work is practically nil. The workers at Leedonis Many of whom have been out of work for Many months owing to p disagreement with their employers have very Little Hopes of being Call Back to the looms in the immediate future and As a consequence Many of them have sought other Fields of Endeavor and can be found working Iii Many other branches of Industry. The fact that fancy shoes of Patent leather and shoes with Patent leather trimming Are coming Back into popular favor Means that in a Shoi t time if Dame fashion continues to decree patents the local factories will again become Active. And work for a number of now Idle men will be provided. Bristol is a wonderful place to live in and if everyone will put their Best foot Forward and talk and breathe optimism Hie reality will follow the desire and instead of the hard times which so Many Are ready to accept As a present certainty better times will be a reality and Hap piness will again reign supreme. Believe in Bristol boost for Bristol and Bristol and her in Dos tries will live up to your valuation of them. Connie Mack s athletics at Harriman sunday i he Borough Street committee and their faithful Henchman Are still busily engaged playing the game of a put and they put oodles of top dressing on Radcliffe Street and this week they have been engaged taking some of it away again. Of course there should in no kick registered on this score. As the men in the Street department have to be kept Busy and what difference is it to the taxpayers whether they Are a a putting a or whether they Are a a taking away. The result is exactly the same terrible streets which is As it should be. If the voters feel that this condition is what they want most. A visitor to the Borough who was Here during one of the a a putting sessions when at the direction of the director of Street repairs piles of Loose Stone were being ruthlessly distributed Over the main streets made a rather caustic remark about local methods and this remark will Bear remit it Ion. He said a the streets of Bristol remind one of a Mountain Chain a they seem to lie a succession of Hills and Dales their builders must have at some time or another been engaged in constructing Scenic railways As they certainly have worked Down to a Fine Point the thrilling dips that Are noticeable at the Crossings especially in the Side streets. When one stops to consider it the statement of the stranger conveys More truth than fiction an i a twists eau gain no Small amount of pleasure coasting up and Down at tile Crossings. Why the Street Grade is so entirely ignored if grades were Ever established is a mystery to the writer. And one which could not a it it Sibly he fathomed by a person More fitted to criticise Street paving than is the lowly editor of this paper. Their fight is against local Republican organization will win in future primary John f. Smoyer is not a candidate Tor Domicil at the november elections either As an Independent candidate or a candidate of any other party. Ile was a candidate in the primary on the Republican ticket. He did not receive sufficient votes to win and As he feels that he was Given a fair count and that his defeat was the will of the majority of those enrolled to vote a the primaries he will accept their decision and await his Opportunity another year when he Hopes to have better Success for he and his friends will make sure that every voter in the first Ward is registered and enrolled. Several democratic friends of both Smoyer and John Hardy gave them complimentary votes at the primaries in fact these two men led the democratic ticket. Smoyer As a candidate for Council in the first Ami Hardy As a candidate for tax collector in the Borough. Undoubtedly either or both of them could enter the lilt to on election Day and make a Good Hoamg probably one or both might win out in the fight where in Moo rats and republicans alike could cast their votes for them. They neither one care to make a fight on these grounds and As a consequence announce their withdrawal from the lace As candidates of the party other than the one which they strove to win tin nomination for their respective positions through. It is Gratifying to both of these Gaut item u to know that they have friends in the democratic ranks who think enough of them to wish them to be the Standard bearers of a heir Patty. It is a matter of principle with each to want to win Voith continued on Page five a Story which appeared in the Issue of the Independent of september 2 j re headed a a daily a dying plea for Public support a has peeved the manager of Grundy a Little paper and wednesday evening he summed up enough courage logo to the business place of Alfred Tomesani on Mill Street and accuse the latter of having divulged the information contained in the article. He raved and ranted in the Little electrical store and so violent was the tirade which he poured on the head of air. The wife of the ill All night from fuel burning electric Plant installed roller coaster with thrilling dips leading amusement Tomesani that tradesman was nervousness. How the Little to go out of his Ness a bulls a Iii attract business paper courage manager who seems Way to make Busi a vain attempt to to his fast dying Ever screwed up sufficient to Beard a merchant in his bold bad burglars Austin Tatnall wedding imposing social event visit Maple Beach entered Hubbs away by mrs. Kubbs attempt entry of other places Anre was Good and the topics discussed were Alaska and India. Mrs. Groom missionary for the italian presbyterian Church reported the Little girl at Christ a Horne. Holtsville and who was clothed from year to year by the ladies missionary society of the first presbyterian Church wag seriously ill. Kid Egan been secured at the Forrest will go around school children expert Way of Plains of the the Texas Ranger has As an added attraction theatre and to Day town showing the and their elders the timing knots on the wooly miss Elizabeth Weik of on Street was the guest friends on sunday. Washing of Edgely Connie Macks athletics will be the attraction at Harriman on sunday afternoon when it is expected the Bridie Burg team Lessen of the local grounds will show the Quaker City aggregation and their fan followers that this Section of Bucks county have representative players that fear not to tackle Macks strongest combination. Bristol doctors attend state medical convention or. Howard Purnell . Fred Wagner and or. Frank Lehman motored to Philadelphia on tuesday. To attend the session for that Day of the Pennsylvania stat medical society. Which Bogan its seventy first annual convention at tilt Bellevue ail attempted burglary at Maple Beach during the a wee Sniad hours of wednesday morning created quite a stir among the usually quiet inhabitants of that residential Section. About 2 30 a. Rn., the wife of Charles Hubbs was awakened by the loud harking of two dogs they keep chained on the rear porch of their Home known As Maple Beach inn. Calling to her husband who was asleep. She started downstairs towards the sitting room where she discovered Bureau drawers pulled out and their contents strewn Over the floor. Turning suddenly she saw two men Dart through the hallway toward a door that was always locked at the West end of the building which they hurriedly opened Aud As there Are no Steps leading to the ground they jumped and ran towards the River becoming lost Iii the darkness. Shortly after their visit to the Hubbs Home an attempt was made to enter the residence of James Mccullough by Means of a cellar window hut finding the door leading to the floor above resisted their efforts to open they next tried the dwelling of William Johnson and or. Roper evidently being frightened away by the Hue and cry created by the inhabitants who were hot on their Trail. T after the owners of the Homes whose places were in i it cd took account of Stock they found there was not anything missing and when Daylight dawned footprints of two menus shoes were discovered leading to the River near the old fish Cabin. Which gives the impression the visitors had come across the River Iii a Rowboat from the Jersey Shore. Had it not been for the self Possession and nerve shown by mrs. Hubbs it is evident quite to haul would have been made of tile wearing apparel they in heir scattered boil Hie sitting floor. Own place of business is a mystery but a word of advice to him will not be amiss at this time for should he attempt the same course of proceeding again he May be harshly dealt with May even have himself mussed up. For even people in Bristol will not stand for threats and allow the threatened to go unscathed. It was rather a Surprise some weeks ago when the Independent was informed that an advertising Agency in new York to be explicit the Hanf Metzgar company had been told that the Power of or. Grundy would be used against their client in the event of business being refused the daily but an open rupture with a local advertiser is still More of a Surprise. This foolish action of the much bet it led manager brings Back to mind the Assi nine Controvert soy that was started by one of the Many former managers of the a a excuse with the Bristol business menus association which was their first step toward business oblivion which this latest importation to the local held seems Bent on accomplishing. In the Story referred to that caused the manager to so far Loose his head that he cast business caution to the winds the name of or. Tomesani was not mentioned but. The manager in his excitement solemnized at High noon yesterday wednesday evening claimed that it must have been or. Tomesani who told the Independent As or. Tome Sani was the Only person that the manager had made his heart rending plea to for a continuation of business Iii speaking of the matter yesterday or. Tomesani stated a a in All years in business i was Neve so grossly insulted As in was by this newspaper Luau he made accusations against that were absolutely unfounded and these before wife Cousin and Thomas Profy a neighbor who happened to be in the store at the time. It was rather fortunate that wife was present of i fear that i would have been tempted to Lay hands on the Man so much did he excite . It is unfortunate that i have not a full command of the English language or i would have administered a Tongue lashing to this Man that lit would not forget in the course of his natural instead of being censured the poor Little fellow should be pitied guess he is being Ridden pretty hard for his failure to produce business and As a consequence possibly has lost his nerve. This should be a lesson to or. Grundy when he seeks for managers for his paper in the future a when he wants the services of a plumber he does not Send for a Barbera the same thing applies to newspapers. Home frightened Jos pm r Grundy a1,d 0,her prominent Bristol Folk in attendance one of the most socially important weddings of the season was solemnized yesterday at noon on the Law ii of the a fat by farm on the Hulmeville Pike near Bridgewater the country Home of the brides Mother mrs. Esmond ii. Austin of 1821 Pine Street. Philadelphia when miss Eleanore Brander Austin was United in marriage to or. Edward Comfort Tatnall son of or. And mrs. James tumult of Haverford a. The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev. Edward 8. Wolle of new York and the Bride was Given in marriage by her Uncle or. Henry w. Moore who resides at the brides costume was a gown of Silver brocaded Satin veiled with White net fashioned with a Long court train Lier veil of net was arranged in Cap effect and was edged with lose Point lace which fell in Graceful folds to the end of the train. She carried a bouquet of lil lies of the Valley and White orchids. Mrs. A. Hobart Porter sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. She was gowned in a frock of French Blue brocaded Chiffon with a Large Black velvet picture hat adorned with a Black plume failing gracefully from the brim. She curried a bouquet of dahlias in varied colors. Mrs. James Moore Austin sister in Law of the Bride and miss Margaret Clawson attended As bridesmaids. They were attired in frocks similar to the Matron of Honor with Black hats and carried Ann bouet autumn Flowers and Fol the work of rebuilding the Burlington Island Park the transforming of that pleasure resort into a spot of Beauty will be Well under Way the first if the week and when the present seasons plans Are completed the Burlington Island amusement company will have spent close to $100,000 on improvements and the Island will he one of the Garden spots among amusement resorts in this Section of the country. Captain l. H. Garrison of the Trenton transportation co., is the president of the concern that is making these vast improvements Anil in a conversation with Hie writer in this office on wednesday stated. That when his company had completed their entire schedule of improvements which will cover a period of several years Burlington Island would be the finest Day pleasure resort in the whole United states. Alfred Baker of the firm of Miller and Baker of Baltimore and Bridgeport has Bren in Bristol for several Days making preliminary arrangements for the starting of the work. This firm which is the Public amusement company have the Patent rights which they own outright on roller coasters and they have erected every coaster of any size in this country Foi the past few years. Their largest undertaking at the Island will be the erection of this coaster which will be a mile Long and will have All the thrills that can be found in any coaster in the country today. Tie Long dips from the Clouds almost to the ground will he there and every safety device that is known in the building of Hies devices will he found in place to assure riders of the almost impossibility of accidents. The coaster will be of Standard height and will have eight dips. In addition to the coaster the Miller and Baker finn will build an aeroplane swing venetian swings a whip a new Carousel and Carousel building a new dance Hall As Well As Many new and interesting game # of particular interest to Bristol folks will be the fact that the Island will have its own electric Power Plant the turbines for which have already been purchased and Are now on their Way Here. This Plant will be put in operation at a Cost of no less than $20,000, and will Burn Oil As fuel. Instead of being a Black blot on the surface of the River the Island next year will be transformed into a spot of blazing Light As it is planned to make it As Light by night As by Day and to eliminate every dark Corner on the part of the property owned and operated by the amusement company. Beautiful walks banked by Lovely Garden of glowing Flowers will be Laid out and in the future a visit to Burlington Island instead of timing of tile picnic order will be a visit to a spot where every feature of Comfort and pleasure found in any Public Park will be available. Or. Baker wishes it announced that he expects to have work for about Twenty five Hatchet and saw men the first of the week As he expects his lumber for the starting of operations will have arrived Here by that time. This work will continue until the first of next May and when it gets fully underway there will be seventy five men on the Job. Velvet Quets i age. .1 is of the dark Black. Esmonde la. Austin Mother Bride wore a smart gown of Blue panne velvet with a velvet hat. Or. Frank Sheri Hast room Stratford hotel. Methodist Church societies announce two meetings a a the Young woman a Home missionary society of the methodist Church will hold the first meeting of the season on Friday october i 1th. At x p m., at the Home of mrs. William Lefferts. All the Iii pm hers Are asked to bring donations of clothing for the deaconess Home. Iii woman a society of Home missions of the methodist Church meets on tuesday evening october Lith Iii the Church parlor. Dan of new York acted us groomsman. The Ushers were or. Samuel Gumme Rof Minneapolis minn., or. Wesley Kurtz of Germantown or. Francis Jacobs of West Chester. Or. W. Hobart Porter brother in Law of the Bride or. James Moore Austin brother of the Bride and or. Henry Doughten. A reception followed the ceremony and upon the return from their wedding trip the Bride and bridegroom will be at Home at 262 South 17th Street Philadelphia. Among the guests present rom Bristol and Vicinity were or. Joseph it. Grundy mrs. William in Grundy and daughter Meta. Miss Annie in Landreth or. And mrs. Burnett Landreth attorney Franklin Gilkeson attorney Hugh b. East Burn or. And mrs. E. Percy Smith. Mrs. Phi ii in Conrad and mrs. William e. Davis. John Black surprised on fourteenth birthday on thursday evening last. John Clack was surprised by a visit from some of his Young friends. A few of them hearing that his birthday occurred on september 3< the arranged a visit without his knowledge. Each Friend took an appropriate gift and Edwin Sherwood coaxed his Mother to allow Job if to i Pend Tho Early evening with him. When la table was spread Pink decorations arranged and the company assembled mrs. Black phoned for her son to come Home. Games were the order of the evening and Erma ill Loci won the favor for putting on the donkeys Tail and miss Bessie Chambers received the Booby. When music and games had completed hic program refreshments were served and the birthday cake with its Pink decorations and fourteen Pink Candle was the Center of attraction for the Youthful crowd. Among those present were miss Jessie Downing miss Alice Downing miss Bessie Chambers miss Louise Chambers miss Ada White and miss Erma Tellyer. The boys were Edwin Sherwood. Elwood Bilger Thomas smoker John Smoyer. Thomas Vico and a few older guests among whom was mrs. Isabel leu furs. The live wires will meet twice a month the live wires a As the nine members of miss Clara Kings sunday school class of the presbyterian Church Call themselves held a sgt Cial and business meeting at the Home of one of its members hairy Bisbee of 301 Radcliffe Street on tuesday evening. These meetings will be held every other week at who Homes of the members. The class colors Are Black and White and the object of the organization which was effected on tuesday is to help the sunday school. The class is rightly named As they have always proved to be live wires in the estimation of a number of teachers who have had a turn in their training. The members Ai Harry Bisbee president Melvin Johnson vice president Herbert Townsend Secretary and treasurer. Joseph Petitt William White. Lawrence Vanhorn whammy Stoneback and Robert Boz Arf. Or. George Thomas a former owner and manager of the Harriman baseball team who went to his Home in Springfield mass., a few weeks ago. Has returned to spend a few ays with friends on Jefferson. Avenue. T

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