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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania ft* DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAW CIRCULATION FOR I KFN K ION I .IS. I NDINO DE< EM BFR SI. 1932 20,328 1 ^ im. it & it With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VKAR— S<h 17.61*. Dai Lf aa ad Wire Rf port* . and Intfrnat*ona '■f 1 md I' cm I UPI : « TVS* CH KST KR, PA.. PKI PA' NP " r- TW KN n KOI H PAI,! LAMONT TELLS OF STOCK DEALS IN SENATE (HTZ AX OIOS COLLISION; i> \m \c;ks fence Sold lilies Repurchased Them, and Reduced Income Tax Alterne.' Davis Tells ( om* milter Morgan Firm Is W illing: to Tell MI 7 avoid collision auh another vehicle- the driver of a motel cir swerved it into an iron g:::.* fence surrounding the property of I t if:-irk I..'tis. on the Marcus Hook road at Concord road Village Greet'., last to Iii" Wife, midnight The imps * tore down a * ten foot section of tenet Although it v. a* evident from ’he condition of the fem ■ that in* ear was damaged, it had been able ’n proceed under its own power Polio* h at clues to the form of peculiar tire markings on the hard dirt of the shoulder of the road, and will hr able to identify markings on the fender of tho .a; involved that were e . erj bs coihsion with the fence ATTER BIRA SEIS CONSOLIDATION RAIL ILLS Cl RE Penn*} Head tdvncates Not More Than 2 Lines I letai cen Perm in als Speaks al Harvard School o I B u s RICHEST HEIRESS GO! S SHOPPING WASHINGTON, .bine 9 INST*— Th* great bonking firm of J P Morgan N- Co bowed to 'he power of 'he imped States Senate today when on* of its younger partners Thomas 8. Lamont, fully described lit the Sen-ate bankruptcy inquiry * serif.* of personal stock transactions 'ha* reduced his income taxes in lf*31. He followed the Instructions of J r Moigan in testifying about the den Ii. The S nato voted Its Banking Cornin ft tee to in\* .tiga'e the ba uke:    in    - re mr tux- s yes?' i dav I an on? told of selling a Jar sr blo* k rf stork to his wife on Decrmbet 30, 19,10 H* repurchased them In Apl I. IWL He said the ti in ar (ions respited in ?i sat mg of $2035 96. Th la included SI 440 29 tm til* own return and 1 13 57 in hts wife - ret im Lamont declared the Bureau of Interna! Revrnue Lad appro'e<| the r? nsact.nns H* <;d his I of s on the transaction w IIM 907 H* admired lrpor’ing •it on ii.,- 1930 income tax re*urn John W„ Da\i», Morgan attorney, r < led a temporary hah aa Hi Ob’-1 «•* finns Before I < rd'inand Pecora. Senate i nun el, isked a question. Davis announced the Morgan pohry Davis told of his oi af!ion _l yerk to the questioning of I mon? on tax ma?-te-< I marie that oh|f- tinii on rev own responsibility said Dim . i am -<n old-fashioned gentleman, who feel • ha* he who stands for his rights serves himself and 'he public * Davis explained the Morgan firm wanted In give the eommitee ill the evidence it de ired Hi declared his Brev loup objection that the committee larked a’,' hon tv —h sd been reversed bv tile Senate's action in ex ending th- inquiry** authority T wish non to announce that M>' I amont is ready to te-Pifv ” he added. Pm *ra Ur n a ked I nom .a hr 'her he had sold a long Ult Of Mo*kx on D IO. 19.31 The --.'-irks were 1500 shares of Continental Oil. 2ftft Dunum Prndu is IOO Hall Elect I ie Heating 237 P I? Mallory, Co.. I,fM>0 Shamrock O and Gas, -OO state Street Investment co. 350 Investment Corporation of Pl sl-ad'lphia and I OOO Simms Petroleum Did you make the . of ti lear securities?" I did " I amont then ask ri p rmi.won to read a prepared iti'^ment Pecora nodded assent. When I went home over Inc week-end I looked up a« thoroughly a I could sn those inn da vs, the transactions aa huh I had liad rn the * stocks mention'd Is t Friday INDUSTRY BILL, PLANNING JOBS, MAY PASS TODAY President's Power Clause, to F ix I*rices and Wanes, W ins A ira inst Foes (ailed Communist ie; Vt* tempts to Vmend Idiom; Mat Be La" hi Nipht WASHINGTON Tune 9    "T‘ - Pi ■ nden? Roo • a rp *§ na? ion a I recttv-erv bill, launching the most pow*r-fjii drive against unemployment ever attempted iii At? • ll**.*. va ut to va a rd Si na?e p.i.viage today. I .ii- v I tat inn uc rial control section stands approx a in \ rl Gaily 1 he lot rn asked bv the drimiiiifttffttion In a g cue ;.. i. r, 13-bout .-■.ion yesterday the Betista baa? down enor*® to wen ken the P. * id- nt's pow: to fix pi leos and wages, and shorten wo:King ho'ui to spread employment in nuiustrji Set;.fui.. ri Mimed to ?)i< ir air* cooled chamber today to tackle see* liens authorizing 73.300,000non in works program finn' lewmc I OOO OOO in n«'w tnxr. to Cl ntcessi ry braid issuer A .-core if mncndmenta en,used onsitle. at mn. but D' rn- > canc lead* ors considered po ice et th* em ins bin la * *f too a v or ton iv sr virtually naut red The Senate was in a mood to shout down any one who attempter, let thy debute T! * H 1 use p ii cd tlie mea. urn va etal ago. but alter Sena'e apnrm. al it min? go to conf* renee bet',* "rn th* two bodle- for ad.’u.-tmen? ai chang* -made bv the Sd ne Tile eonferenc'* work will tie rushed Til* national rrcoverv bill is by far the mo>t important measure awaiting enactment belove Cong! ends its emerg* no session, which leaders expect, will hr on June 13 a? the late ; Til tough flits bill President Roosevelt hopes to op^n up job- for half of Hie row ut ry < 12.000,000 unemployed, and pu n bu mrs into an era of planned op rations in winch wages pi a and •• • u tmn will be St a bi Ii/* ri a1 beneficial levels, Tile public works section up for action today provide., for spending of $3,300,000,000 on Federal. Stale and C WI BR IDGt Cor,-Ola non ll 1. ub- 2ft - the au\>K.ited today I: Atte tbul v. preside I \ama Railroad, SU of the railroad pre Atierbury who speaker at the 25 the Harvard Un School of Buxine* traced the hail or \ < p**rt«f rn Nut ion-wide ( , a id •‘Offer* I he A! f nim 'I ’n    nor should he few ih< but n t entirely, r< (‘Ompet it .on bl mins Is sud its abc di t e point* is mg! oi v I hut t he 1 bai ae i v .CP determines : including that sup diate poults I 1 * 1 ria:, lf the try are ><» re-groi two bul in no < < more than two- op route ’ »* * v\ e 1 n pm ten*, we shall ret a i.s inherent in 1 oruy lowest )'Os Mu* co tune public (cai of 1 layed In distal v tng gi th p of 1 aili<>. di. A 'hr itfKWl Of til- r< inquire urn t it its 1 a lion in canada *■' 1 eii op* ration is rtf ic lent.” Out* own e**p-ment operation dl PXN ; Traces t ion Ira las -t mf '» UP nu rail:ostia >y Gel leral h tv. h • ?’< ;insyi- bit n: >**•.* solution was t (ie principal f ll A ii DiverMirv of IN e; • a ('n fUiua ta * Ad nmisl rat i> «n. bf Am- ri( an frt na- nber avail *c j 01; a -ng chien.'. tv. * • n main tfr dition at interfile* . ,.n on the the* ter of thr ’liionuh that o I all mm Nice, plied a' inteurie- nu p** ail ic trnor OUM - oi fee l>e it ive * en-fever 1 >«»d and at the the same OiV va ill be UU - jot em • I . e 111 * Attertnny said that royal commis »n to Nj - and I! -m-pe: t* -demonstrates that ' exp*n ive and n lance av;■ h govern* 1 .ne th* World War M JI HEAT RECORD IS FST MUSHED; FAST SWELTERS Mercurj Soared to D2° x ostorda} ; F\ poet cd to Co Higher Tod a.1 IT Deaths and NI ani Heat Prostration**; Thunder !* Ii• ♦ na ct s in I it in if Belief III NORN RO NVN AN S Va ll.UNH FO BKT I BN ii * R PRK K, TWO i FATS RECESS TAKEN IN PROBE OF RUM RING ACTIVITIES Investigator Keyes Ques* tinned \ V. iInezes at SuH-ion Held Yesterday ( onlinuanee to Next Week Bernice of Jurors* Bust* ness Kn: a cements r AGENTS RAIO CUTTING PLANT I ’rnhihit ion ( i roup St»aes I iquors \ allied at S2N,-(11(1 in N (‘adon Boron*'h A p.* rn am i tied to ' of e\ ide id to have illy w thin th* IIH est .gat inn e GI ti id Jill V pm e< ufo! and : iv ill* I th* first ben - f. Him ry hts rd a y, stnnt t '    7 ii - . Amine tha • I ' deia1 ag*-ir.» gathered in th 1 {last eight months. ax null rn d I * -e*~t r* a bv ins H it ne? es Ma ton NJ ■ 11 (gent us ct Rev 'N IPI thtx rn \ wedding chaa n aud 1 Ii ii rid red rnstnmi ft ut t’ai rn* I f icr* were err lur * irm, mg let et ** t **.% I ab,ti Halt a bi richest he ire *. aa hen tills pi« lire taut bt tier bm «»n b curse.n in Phi* a .a h a I ne od Heir* • to ' - P. > *■ • rib Oui Gin will wed Prill, e Absis 'I. aa- ut Paris Inn I v His ITI*' Ii M.’mie. f tt*»!lS lf lo. < untinued on Page I wrnlt'-lwn < ontinued "ti I'.,;** I loath two EXPERT C AILED IN MATTERN HOPS IN TRI'ST crim V MWN ALI). Ill 11 MITCHELL ('ASF REPAIRED PLANK TP RFR 1 ' ADA CONFER ON DEETS Tells of Instruction^ to Believed to Be Heading for Favorable Nctio*i Taken ( nhiiiel Meets Also to Dis. M V. *1 ai ti to ti \ K Former Banker on His Tax Returns NEW VOT K June f. UP* Harry W la-rb'" exp*: * on tux Jaw and one Of Chn I is* V Mitchell1* fc,r. me; ;it’rn ne A's, testified tod ny af Mitchell*! trial I'M alb cd bu line tax evasion agt to hit 1 instructions" to five farmer banker remud mg the filing af his inrom" tax for 1929 Called as a defense wan . Forbe limed part of the responsibility for Irkutsk; Sighted Ov* r Nishuiudinsk by I)ire< (or > of Ii ^t it ut ions ^ e I «oeal relax cuss SS Nether lo Jump Instalment Va\ rn pi ‘ ISI t NI lf DI NS * INS* OI a James Ma fern v (• I ighted ei’-q IK Continued on Page Twenty-two Continued on Page Twenty-lwo WALT JOHNSON TO SCHOOLS ARE PLOSKI) MANAGE CLEVELAND BECAUSE OF HEAT CI F VFI AN^“^; » W Itrr Johnson the 1 Big Train ' of Authorities of ?he city $ boo! dis- baseball, who manr.grd ‘he Wash-’trict ordered the -*• M-rd tar tngton Senator - hr wo year! av a . the afternoon (session today as a na! cd today as manager of the measurt of reUeviiut the pupils lid • cieveUnd Indians ta replace Roger t< rn her* from carrying on thru work pn kinpauRh. under the almost intolerable heat n»? atisficri with the inability of 11 : dp inns In manv of tm school building'-, a shin-p. dirertor of the Cleveland Mi*' enrridors were »r*** and shaded Baseball Company derided to change bat the class rooms aa. re too warm managers in midseason for regular school activ ities. The half* John on for ■ ears Atar pitehei of holiday .afforded the pupils ha op- th* 5m* iran I cagu* three von po • mitv to seek relief irs the parks ago replaced Bucky Harris at the and outlying sections and a? the brin. of the Senators enable to win creeks and swimming pools ma this a pennant for Wa hinsdon he was o- ( luring that Mi ffy ll s sale of 19, IOO nil shares of National City Bonk stork to his wife. J >r th** admitted purpo e o' iiowing a deductiblr stock market I O’.;,, was wholly legal Hr opinion, h I »ul was qua lilied bv a der I a,.rn lion that a .sale from husband to wife maist be bona-fide, ii Md that the wife must be financially respond hic". Corbe- under cm s-rxamination b-United States Attornex George Z„ M dalle admitted that he never asked Mitchell about tty -tate of Mrs M eh* I Us Hance . and that he did not inquire whether she had the a. rn O M Nrh mud 250 nill* T ••* M ’ tevfl h EDT I fiat a • tori *• nsk Alt ll Of 'pped tune 9 I ck ut k rid flier. at 1105 f DI t. J C ai oNimti al Sk VA I I to a inn? h he D JIM rn, OOO .» id I OND< >N [Stat* Col hi J R a > tun h ti.* a bin*t a •■ ova to pin ii merit to Ma OMV I hi uh wk A then .Im ,    ■»    .ii    pi    l-c Hull hid Pl me M a I ion a Id c«in u ’ beloid die I PARTIES IX SI cr KEACH AGREEMENT to dni im fun im t ll M I • My. rid ti Ie •«. I ie? It * I > aa a i f I* b led St lies d Hie bm* I ii* ; * .id1 'n i J I Et! it at 12 ill of I he lf ft* MOSCOW Jim* 9 mu to mak* up for I* Matt rn. lound-Uie-vA IN Pcckinpaugh to pull abe tram out **! mrH™ 'n »>»v !,>1 !hr ',fKk    ,    , ‘Was M beeaus* von were too basli- il to inq'iire into such matters?" to Krasnovairk and hopp a oh in unknown d< Irkutsk or Chit. J i iv adv Ie* -to st. H whetip ma effecting full aged plane af rid* d ! o va. rn lr I, re sub •' ? thor* ugli over! M ft fin took Bie-ovo. wiiere do va n bv a br* a ft ei He a rn rd tis tm,' Jam* d n I n« tune to* I a our limn • intel J* u limn, pi* timabi MI *eef ion. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (R» Unitfri Press) relived last year Johnson was granted a two-vear contract as Indian mentor—’he remainder of this season, and next 17,(KH) SNDK WORK EBS WILL (JET PAV BISE K ISHIXCTOS P IRK Medahf a ked 1 No sir," Forbe replied Forbes was also qui ttoned aliout • he National Cha Compam s management fund and Mitchell's rfrfipt of $666,666 which the banker failed to leport in his mrom* tax on the pl* , mdieated that it was an adv an* < " He was unable to throw any eon-iderable light on the tran action he said rite heat in the court room, from the beginning of the ti ay's session became o into rust that the jury wa1, permitted !*» remove then coati. The h* ? also oh' iou Iv affected th* tem-N V . -fan 9 pens of the opposing attorneys Max D St*tier, chief defense coun- r* ct a rd her* f uled r M ' ? rn .* u< ce* *!* i I re pc i vs to his dam* Kl Asnoyorsk, rn dent :l hr i ca* n*g < ‘a.ta ny Hie craft to a aiding. * " from f he tow n of hr had be* n for* 1 d bv a brok* ti fuel pip* i hoi Uv . a in J Inn-a,.' . I I * i I *    * bed K t is no arsk -1 I lo GM!    * 12 3ft $ im, FDI I, and AV . , aware ca til eon*-*! UVT. Oh ■' I )1 liar Will !:> ' .J Board of Campbell, a W< Ii t* i. pi * # : lf tar* A id * 1 ’ et* ' ill * i Urn' B <• I Di * a i ii fir t nm! of 1ft 11 ng Donald « onileg (jMfcHv *titlfh*'*>n and * * -e* of tier nu ti is joining him •lief 'via exp « led I ti ii 111 AV,* hill ton about Hi* ii< bt which would aquae un t vv i believed (Heat, Bn! * lh an * xc-ha age of not* lf tided to get P; t Kiel)? nu ; * < i ii *1 as derma civ (nj 111 )j 111 f a va at ( iii i eiP f mg11 s. i>r .a < < pi Use p«v* < a pit ii pay iii* lits t< ■ arri : * Mim * et * Jem* 11' rtti'it opinion would u* ■ .I event 11 ie * abinef a* - AV ' I Mn ( civ*ri I * u t JI iud I lye a f •a I.1 tam I * ’hi I, N* J, Iii* ti, ('I Tilt 1621 t in* to* it a bi JHP I) ‘ I 11 ITC I LH IK Iv Ii SHOOTS I . OF. I*. STI DENT I < »w 14 p ti ■ * BINGHAMTON (JNS? Announcement wa in de tn- | Smear. Bad Axe.    >    George F Johnson, chairman sri objected to Medahe s line of ques- 2_sir Ten. Farmer doh.    Weaver    of the .hoard of Endicott Johnson Cor*    Honing. He scowled as he did    so and Bird, Light t'n. Masked    Prince,    porarion that all wages and salaries    Medalie shouted at any rate,    I don't Cloud D'Or. .fens son.    throughout the F J Corporation will    make face* like you do 3—Dashing Widow Flag'hearer be increased five per cent. beginning Mr Meda ie doesn't make far*- in I—-Jeff O'Neil. $ lag Maiden (hem 1,!!nr Seven'"en thousand w'eke nub Ste-,cr ret* 'rd H waits Flight '    will he affected.    * took off n th'* dire*1!ion of Chit;* a? 8 4ft a rn. GM I <4 4ft I rn , F D I Wh* n he left Bi* lnvo. Matt ct n I ad at he wo Id fop at Krasnoyarsk for mor* jomplet* repairs to his damaged plan* than were possible at the isolated nulling tow’n, where Ii* was forced down Wednesday. His change in plan indicated that hr found hts    plane    workint    better than ll*    had    expected, and    was back in Ha now almon hopeless i «r?» to beat th*    P'*m -Gat iv    at Mind    the world time    Ho    could    still be    tin if fermi ' OTI ll ll -I ane I v- a n M Cline Web* icr The b 1»- 11 th' I k I* were eoi in heca <    •* to y iii in* iin*h*on i '<    11."    ip)!*. Hull ri* i lined ive hr was not - I it * f J c Ta* . i n i 19: t)iii/at on 'J rurreii* Ie* is * ae lr lr a! porn! nt attack ag;*iii*-! world drpir* aion, Secretary of ( out into d on Pac** I va en!' two dent I h , 40. ‘.yr I J ll Bi - n M I ’ i . ! !- ft Imlay jo bed t he * iii!t D md inc m ha Dint id d a I rtrnt ie*.ii ii VCI lf y ti i ; .ped app-*) - rim mg font cm ba ilk rn* ti t ll Ie v k t ew th* ii ton ‘A > • , .3rd, t lie De pa rtnient lur* an of Prohibition w •* tiv* in t he pi    ope    Caff* v ■ d until after    s p    m .va t Hie room % a h shy juror* for nearly two hours I 1 - nix • i ry w a ne * .s were < .iiled, h ? ' ■ ?e ; At sc* n t i rut*the room rn w., UA ii ? ,e juror . sat J' was lur* r •o! rn if t ri that the e witnewsea we ro idnuf ted ? bronchi a ide hoot The -a i a communicating it ■ r between tho (’ iud Jury room and the office of I tilted Slates Di t: set A ’orney Ed-w. d W We Us U <*of the Grand Jury Mr. Ka vex announced was taken at Urn of Judges of the United •Siates District ('oui; I hey told Keyes • I it when the furor.* resumed flair days last Monday they aud not    expected to continu*    rn    servr a tin*    '    V- tit    the <.*eek aud    that many "f * -he members had made business * ngayement.s for the early part of next w. k I ins n* ccm ii ited post -poll* rn* ut cd' the pi ob* ant,I next I hue nay, to winch M Keyes readily consented I he for ma i ordr i of the Gout t des. fellated Hie current case as ‘ United Blate* vs. l iquor Investigation” Keyes exp* cts p aa ill j rq are approximately pi davs to complete Ha* (tat fixation after it ta resumed next Week I* is believed (fir h. t of auhpoenaa for the first hatch of witnesses may not con Min the r vue* ct *ii*» important principals in til* case U H Mar bal Fetters is a resident of His., county as me a number of members rn his staff Delay rn (hr Investigation for a week gave rise to reporta that by tim time i* a .tv mto full swing, a nee u 8 Marshal, irpomted bv the Dem • erratic Administration, will have a*. > lined * HT. r THREE ARE INJURED IN AUTO ( RASH Having received severe injuries when I hen (.ii was s»r ak br * m*>-lot tm* k hortIv after 8 30 o'cjoeft this luor ti tug m the victim y ai the now •'Pf M'vfi* id Dam. on the Paxton Hollow rn*fi ('afford Mf)*'!*u Jt Mrs. Eliza beth Moore and Cliff* mg Moore, • •I., of Middletown road Lima, weto admitted lo the Modi,* Huspitsl for II * al aa im Young Moore wa* treated for a frat tin* d no; *    ■ ut and bruise* and a hock. Mf    Moore for bruuev and lacerations and Mr. Moore, Sr., Ut a srvei * U a    iii !;. ,j back Tho V* Iii lf rn which    the Moores veer® riding was wrecked NI (IN I AINS (.OI.I) ( I \| BERNE. Switzerland. June ft <UP) Uh* ■    ‘ nm*'n' d* * ifi* ri tod * v to it amt,Ult til** gold cl. use in the $1 IO . DOO.OOO if Hi obtained in U»24 from th® United States I opicsof J im cs Ho pita]. the ‘mn t if isnt 1    lirp    with again of course, thfeaverage per• an- on has to ft* fold when it gets to rm MARITA! BR PAK IS NOT ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT’S FIRST Continued on Page twenty-two HAVERFORD '! \N DIES A SUICIDE to a - in the mirror af1*1 ward* 8— ( himnev ''wrfp g—-None. 7—I.* Bm'ere. 8— None -*thrr clear. Ira* k ' < ' BL! E BONN! I - f—"tep Off. Ortona. 2—High Haver, 3—Fair Blanche J—None. 5—Margaret Mar'. Blonde Venus 6—Highwood, Lnndsun. Ethel Kenyon. 7—None. V*rather, clear; Ira* k, fa't. Torrid Weather Boosts Demand Here for Deer Although the first wild rush is of 50 per cent Not only that P, rx ding over finn rn p Whitney Smith, 66 pro., cstate op- atar and 1 t resident of Hsverf* d cm by shooting in hu- ajia Haverford and I rn* 'feyest e rd iv afternoon He after admission ’n the J Hospital Mi .SmMh. wh<* was a but the firm of Mclllvain A bf* im»ly Ma na r ne in bet of ( i ,rn pa n V. Sold Heater, Cook Stove In Few Hours The old adage of “seeing is br-lievin? i a. bern improved bv the classified advertisement department of the Chester Times, I* now read" ‘'selling is believing.” Mn T G Hobbs Of 22ft Wet Fifth st ref, offers that interprets non of the ancient saying. She he *rd a c: at d* ai ann it the * *-pidny wan which the classified ads were responded to but she was a bit skeptical about such speed. An way. she desired to sell a pipe-less heater and a cook stove, She inserted ar. ad in the Cheater Times. What happened "> “I certainly didnt expert to un result* from ii y ad so quickly,” stated Mrs Hobbs 'oda- I sold both articles bj five o'clock on the ca’ the ad appeared. this increase represented a gain of with offices in Philadelphia 15 per mt,’ over any prev iou.* week de jmndetit fat several na bu mess    widow told noli* * He h (I I he ( islam* rf lo,vt aurr the fret -.selling period, have scarcely been missed. Th* distributors ic port a gam in total sale representing business lo ' bv I host w ho did not pro- over and the country has become Acclimated to the return of beer, the citizens of the nation have not turned Hoar backs on the rn a J beverage    as with ii pas: mg fancy or the lat    st fad., but have settled down t* sn-* i • used consumption Beer dutnbutors throughout th* cure licenses city air unable to supply the demand The new cu-iomei deal in Jair and like conditions ex;:-1 throughout quantities. The other* were petty the country, according ’n those who customers, who handled abo,? rich! are well informed    fan as ‘hr cases and one or wo half-barr* s a breweries fTrr th* 3 2 extract ‘he week, I he new one.* Handle almost dis? rib1 it or * tak* it off th fir hands that much in ' m da? and in little time have passed it    on    The    beer    drinker*    report    tha!    the ’n the retail merchfurs and home beverage is improving each week consumer*',    The ru h to meet the demand A well known distributor in the brought in a lo! < t stock that was West End is responsible for the not. ready for u e and man* of the statement ‘ha he could turn over clinkers were disappointed in the three tm es as much as he is already quality handling. II*- ha;.dies a brand    of    ", h*    hot    wed? her    has    a    aided Pennsylvania beer and is limited    to ir .so many cases and keg    One ca*    . mirv int •••we. eruig ska-    nfm*<s tonier, he said could use 500 case* driven many thirsty patron* into the {ast vo’ar widow told iv lie* IU (iir* ari .rd to kill b r nim self B -Mdes fi:    "    .or.    a Isabelle is. and a sot ll. survive THUNDER SUON' ERS ARE I'REDK TED Parti.* (loud' Hap? a * toriav foil* *•«f ri bv thuiv this afteis oon or tonight pfnn? ' h ama New Jer*" and Mat viand Cf r rally forecast *oi 'nm* i Ona The high usf tem or rat ii • ! erdav v, a , 92 ri< g. ee* a! and the lo went was oh a The average of 80 wt rib fed I ovt f Th asteln Dejaa me n th" de md for * bt once forbidden aj^ve norma! for th* date and i luxury. The sweltering heat ha* rirgree.s above the average June i m p rn g a rn IO cJegn IO rage J me 8 Maximum tempcrafurt for Two thing few have any use for then* days, a vest and near beer, bu', even at that the latter might coni’* DEPAR URE FROM EVEN TENCH OF FAMILY S WA in handy at this writing Member of a nearby file campana t( a ft ' fwautiiui blond but sh® d. d Pa rid M< I <dden it > all right ’n fa i in love with a pair "f beautiful eye? but th* Mnubie is one hu.% to marry ? Ii*1 va hole girl Friends of Jimmy June gave him ii dinner th*1 >'>’! < r nigh! down in Pf <• But it we ut account of th® June weather we are “enjoying,” ‘•Neglect Cames Fur headline, urn 'Af only known that la t winter when we consistently tried so hard. Judging from the increasing num-h* i of accidents we fee! safe to say that th* safest family car is one that has had the engine removed, Nothing increases a boarder's appetite more than his landlady watching 'he meat platter to ce if there J be enough ie ft for hash. That Scotchman who is a member of a county golf club who sa x he hasn’t played a game for 20 years i still probably looking for the bi .I he lo* t The big probe ha been postponed for a week Many wish it you Id bd postponed indefinitely. J he Weather i he I limit KamiM'• vclts, in happier days, at th* ilriaw.tM county home <u th* brid) a week and he is limited to 150. An-    newh decorated and furnished beer    ^1(.    fiafr    j, established in ISH and other customer who could use 30    gardens. Previously they would    minimum 48 in    1894 half-barrels of b"er and is held down    quench their thirst :n secret hang- to in or IS    outs or quaff in lem nude or soda All Uh*' distributors u it a reaction    water las’, week, when the new licenses! Ti ie 3 2 drink has stimulated bm -became effective, but all of them have    ra .~ stir! is ra.-uly noticeable in the e reg. ineri lo-' ground ann the majority    parts, Plumbers, carpe.,-.ors plas- surpassed ara previous -rue total    frrirt- painter- and rn her tradesmen during the **etk    have had more busine*.* in the pard A distributor in th' Fie1 enth v arri three mon* hi than th'n had ail told 733 27ft 65; expenditures, $12,456 reported ar. increase over .ast week in the past three - ears,    .Customs receipts, 55 205 574.33, Sum ire t od \y ax a s a1 5 32 a rn a no ‘•un. e- will be a1 8 28 p rn La'-‘.em Daylight Sa vine urn* f s TEERV HALIM f WASH I NOTON June .ft IN.-. -Treat- ur baianee as r-l J’.ne 7. $299 - NKW YORK, JUDI 9 They’ve been a model fan” i •the I cr," vc ha, A close arid coml mimnable entity, Individually indep : idem col. eel Iv cly liberal each lea din g inn or he; own life pretty m it.. a .% pre for nee dic lated In addition ta lr a v 11ie E in' ?• anniv < I th* ara rl th*", have rep re sen* od in ta* tr nri of a:* inter- CM**ri pub a I; ip. tv psc.a! a n erie an fa mil’ v Hi j urn Ie * ;• ir. ‘ i* * en tenor of its .de i'm •o .*.u- g .•»** * anoas. Thus the impending divorce action the President of the F i licit Po<) eve I ts brings the his yonug wife First hint of discord that has marred handsome, athle the comradeship of the four living Sly rebel the I* generations Yet *:, "n this apparently ventions of the whole tolerant group is to be consumated with th* trad!- I? v ia Elliott who co? into -ne Lions! noose* vein an candor and a most scrapes as a voting: -er. It was quiet honesty that promises to disarm ‘n* who!* affair of unpleasant-r: e * But with the second-eldest ion of' W IMflNGTON June 9—(I P» — lh. Heather fore* Ast: t,.i-.tern Penn-s\lv.ini.a: partly tftujdv possiblv lix xl thundershoMers tonight or haturd,iA* not quite w warm in south portion tonight. New Jet»r\ Partly * loudv with pos- * eking fro dom from it becomes clear that Janl* sibly local thundershowers tonight, or ‘oje:ara. o; con- saturday not quite sn warm tonight. I OD ti > TI MPE RA ll RI x Elliott who flatly refused to attend ii a rn. ... ... 74 ll a rn. college. Mid J 'as }• i: hot t who 7 A m ... 74 Ne >11 turned aside from the pat I IS Cf 'he fi a rn ..,76 I P. in. ft i rn. ... ... TH 2 P- rn. ( ontinued on Last fage IO a na ... ... Sh . .kl ..84 UA ;