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New Castle News (Newspaper) - October 3, 1924, New Castle, Pennsylvania Two new Castle news Friday october 3, 1924. England displays Small interest in american election where to go tonight umpires for worlds series. 1>�� is it an�ii<la4 v a a a some afm Al a Arry so Mon a Guf and Felix Tho cat Xvi a a the average in comedy a noisy Nosey in a Felix laughs reel. By Davtd m. It i h. International news service staff correspondent lox Kin. Oct. I. England Lui t worried much Al out the american pets idiot Lal elections for does t really understand what they Are ail Al it out. Little nothing the presi tial Campaign is being printed Liere and beyond taking a mild interest in the fortunes John a Leavis sin icily because he was formerly am Asador to the court is. Janies the a a Ltd is no Interi St in the american Jio Litreal ritual Iii j Roh Atily this is Dut to the fact Liat England is pretty Wadi convinced that atm ican to Lii a the Only cues tip a that really interests the average englishman is solidly fixed Irreg Eft Jve what Paitz comes into j Ower am that is tic us Tiomi the dept a Reat Fri Aiu to the United states. British income b Are now f Eri Iii that they ran not expert cancel Lafiton the Cir lit whether there is a change in the Agni Inist ration at Washington not and this is the Only matter Venieri Iii affairs that interests the in ass. The Vii is those Olio Are interested in the election Campaign Are sometimes interesting. Time and tide a weekly paper dished lakh to company in old Irving musical Lewis comedy. And a in i Thomas Meighan in a him cd Piper comedy. A Chhang liaised filipino Qiju Artt. In Tab a a the spider and the Rose. A comedy a a it a Bare a featuring Joe Hock. His a a notre Dame a a the Hunchback with Lon Chanel. Of Star Bebo Daniels. Torrence Noah Beery in a the Heri Tage the Billy West in a the nervous reporter a news reel. Find Linderman guilty being mob ringleader Conti aged from a a with lady Rhondda As spirit says the Cam by women a leading pain. A it is in Many respects a queer struggle with two Gri at rival parties finding it Liard to disagree several dominant issues and a third party round the Independent la Follette in the states and Fhreaten-1f to nullify the election in november and throw the whole business choosing a president to the in Islat lire. A what does the the a to n wanted the mind America a mysterious Page Cypher a Titch i lie the astute parly managers is sure he hag read aright yet. Tic re is no really big pressing Issue Widich to Roll up one those Waves popular sentiment which carry a party into the White House and All the Groat executive offices the Republic the democrats Are trying to stir up a clean government movement hut so far it does t look As if it would gather much Way Between now and election Day a the candidacy senator la Fol Letto probably has brought Forth comment Here than any other Factor in the Campaign. Many English people Are inclined to look upon la Mollotte and his followers As the american counterpart the British labor party and in fact the la orites Are inclined to favor la Follett although the party can hardly go record to this effect. Inasmuch As they Are now the government and can not meddle in foreign politics. Except for a Small group earn Chi supporters the question the Lagik nations and the America ii electors does no to excite discussion in England for the league in hut Little discussed Here and it seems to be generally accepted As n fact that the ignited states will rot become a member. Ville Road and that the girl was beaten stripped her clothing and tarred and f a ath cred. Mrs Shank forcing to heal and pour Lar Over Dorothy a body. Lealier Man admitted in was in the crowd hut declared he Mer it in was an onlooker. The trial the Ether men indicted with mrs. Shank and Leath a Man will he called in court next wednesday it is now planned to Fry ight men separately charges tarring and feathering to he followed by a joint trial charges rioting All the 21 persons indicted. After a conference wit i his attorneys after the verdict it was indicated that Leatherman will seek a new trial. In the Little county jail two Young girls Dorothy Grindon and her companion Mable Mills rejoiced when they heard tie news the verdict. A a it a my turn to laugh now Dorothy said. A Harry Leatherman is getting we hat he deserved. He did t show me any mercy and Hope he gets the same treatment j Leatherman was having a Good change Ivy Chapel into classroom for Grove City Collie 8�?�� to Tbs Ira we grave City pa., oct. 3. His Toroc Ivy Chapel built by the United presbyterian congregation As a House worship and later sold by this l Ody to the College when they built a new Church is being changed to suit the needs the increased attendance at the institution this fall. The Church auditorium makes an Ideal class room for the Large a deaths the Day it irs. I i breath burled. Funeral services for the late mrs. Howard kill breath were conducted thursday afternoon at two clock from the residence w. H. Kil breath court Street in charge Rev. C. M. Small the first Christian Church this City. The pall hearers were Russel Dugan Donald Young Russell Williams and James Chapman. Interment made in Orace land cemetery. Dontiel Hin Vii Oral. Funeral services for John Don Nellan North Beaver Street will. A him Jiuu m a Eaver Siree win a last s which there Are several i Hatti Day morn link it a la Kink from 100 to 150 Slu Denta. A m St. Mary s Church. Bur the replacing the present seats armed chairs will he the next move the Collego authorities to make the room suitable. Betting brisk in Washington with senators favored Iai will be made in Pittsburgh. International news service. I ii Washington oct. 3.�?betting i Pathy was shown by the Many Beau mrs. Lag Che funeral. Funeral services fur mrs. Car Mela Lagnese wife Dominic lag Nese were conducted thursday morning at 10 .20 in the it. cat Liolla Church Hillsville i pa., and were largely attended by relatives and friends and two local societies. Solemn requiem High mass was celebrated by Rev. For. V. Gil Liann be Delirant Rev. Demita St. Vitus Church this City Deacon and Rev. Ippolito St. Church sub Deacon. Sym w As brisk in Washington today with the senators ruling a seven to five favorite to take the first game and a slight favorite to take the series from the giants. Laiful Floral a my Lenin. . death occurred sunday a a veiling at 9 30 in the Rochester general Hospital As the result an automobile Accident for the series there was but one near am Ridge. A. She was born Large bet $11,000 to $10,000 �>8 years ago in Camigliano prov the giants Ince Caserta Italy and had been most the Beth were Shinall a resident Thia country Tor a Mims but Quot Mueh Rooni brokers Quot a Ulm years. So waa United n Louk i Sonnay Lavuia Avenue reported i Carnako to Dominic bag cae in. I Iwuc Liv tiny a a u Lively business. Tomt Conno Jiw f �71h.ra>c do teen Quot Torii Lajure Icem f uxgi<e3c a a Tom Connolly and William Doneen umpires in the american league and William Klem and Ernest Quigley umpires in the National league were selected to handle the worlds series Between the Lanu and senators. Newport 1906 by Rev. For. Vocco. Besides her husband she leaves one son Joseph a freshman at Duquense in diversify. Theft $100,000 in Liberty Bonds St. Louis mystery attend fair the following new port people attended the new Castle fair thursday . And mrs. David Johnson and children Caroline and Stewart . And mrs. Morris Price and children Ruth Kenneth and Send a note about it to Thadda a see editor not is Alfred . And mrs. John brom-1 following c Mer and son a Harles William win Withiam to Nial William Cragle Dolly Harding Charlesma and Joe Newton. A Jinie when he brought that mob out q to tar and Feather me last july. He thought he would get away with it. He did no to and in a Happy he we As a found Bonds Alsap Imuta by tween Tim arrival from new York and Bebel Yuhi delivery refuses to give any details shooting Case coat Lalii a from a a Oak Shenango Valley Hospital notes John Lytle admitted Street Philadelphia Philip g. Chamberlain. R. I. 9. Volver at arms length and shoot herself As shown by the bullets mrs. Sutton w Ould have had to turn her twist completely. It be a most unnatural and unlikely method holding the gun. The direction the bullets was downward according to the postmortem their course w As such As they would take if the gun were held above her. Sutton in considerable taller than his w Ife. These deductions were All Laid before Sutton but he would say nothing. He talked some about his previous life telling How he and his wife had not been getting along very Well together but when it came to telling anything about the actual shooting Sutton closed up like a Clam. Taken before Alderman. This morning he w As taken before Alderman Walter Hamilton washing-1 the charge murder w As read to him. He entered a plea not guilty and was committed to jail. So far Sutton has not had the International news service St. I oits oct. 3.�?authorities Here today w Ere confronted with a mysterious theft $100,000 Liberty Bonds from the Liberty Central Trust company. The Bonds were shipped Here by the Chase National Bank new York City for delivery to c. F. Childs and company. The securities disappeared \ in the period Between their arrival id from new York and their scheduled delivery later to the customer. Bank officials turned the Caso j Sioui covered i Over to the police today after jaw ask Lmh . Days search failed to solve the mysterious disappearance. Four ranks automobile a f Bow abreast coming Down Mercer Street. They Wei a a All travelling at a id git rate Speed to pass Ali other. Motorist Park his machine in front a a no part la a a to Ai town District and then a a protect ills car by liar aging an old parking Lig which he pulled from pocket tie Stoering wheel. Halloween novelties appearing Washington sons t windows. Us leaker going Over his Stock caskets with a Packsville local Nimrod carefully inspf4 to Iii his Hui Tibig dog. his to it Nat ment the rest the year to will live tse fat the Lanfu in Thi next few months. Moto Reychu in it Ucen Iati halting unruly sex skiers us a a Croton Avenue Hill. Discharged a Joan Mccormick Slippery Rock Nick a Livak Kop-1 services an attorney although he Henry my Rry Dieb the death Henry Murry occurred at his late Home near Packsville Friday morning september 2 6 following a Long illness. Funeral services were held sunday afternoon at the Zion Baptist Church with Rev. Gorrell pastor the Church in charge. Or. Murry was a son the late Robert and Margaret Wimer Murry Packsville and had spent his entire life 67 years in this place. He is survived by one sister miss Mary Murry Packsville. By iia it workmen a a coaxing a Nin to car Htu k the term Kon West Washington Street. World series to be played Pel Harold Shaffer county Street Grace Marie Baker new Castle. Line South charge act us i diamonds watches and jewelry from Gersow Diamond re to Tuitt a. Do algae a a a a a to mate for a Jeolal order fan tied a a a a. Watch cry a talk Loo. Ola aaes a Low a arg its stated that he expected to get one. Coroner j. P. Caldwell and Alderman Hamilton agreed that the in quest and hearing he held together in order that the witnesses might be called to both hearing and inquest at the same time. It we ill also save the District attorney from attending two hearings. As District attorney Hildebrand is ii out to leave for Philadelphia and w ill he gone the greater part next week arguing cases before the Superior court the inquest and hearing we Ere postponed until has return. The Date has been fixed for next Friday morning at 10 clock at the office Alderman Mantz. Jac Osville Albert Hei Chist was a recent Butler business caller. R. E. Glem has a radio installed cd it Ntina a from fag oms w Orlds series should have been called off. The White haired Czar the game also had some Curt advice for messes. Johnson Dreyfuss and others who have been expressing opinions at random since the latest storm broke Over the baseball w orld. is a Good time a observed at James Davis new port . And mrs. Francis Davis Wampum . C. W. Davis and . H. H. Davis new Castle motored to Sharon thursday to attend the funeral . J. H. Reed. New port notes mrs. Elizabeth masters. Mrs. Elizabeth masters aged 57, we Idow William masters died at her residence 22 Smith it Field Street thursday october 3 at 520 p. M. As the result Neu Nionia which she cd it a tracked about nine Days ago. J mrs. Masters was born in Wales a february 19, 1867 a daughter . And mrs. Thomas Thomas. The Hildren survive Joseph Thomas Harry c. And masters mrs. Isaac Thomas mrs. John Liversage and mrs. Paul Jacobs. Funeral services will he conducted saturday afternoon at 3 30 from the Nazarene Tabernacle Beaver and Falls streets in charge Rev. Sadie Mcnees. Burial will be made in Oak Park cemetery. Miss Gladys Morrow who Grad-1 Amo t. Humbert. Rated from Wampum High school word was received Here today last year is attending duffs Busl at noon that Amos t. Humbert for Ness College at Beaver Falls. R. M. Caughey has purchased a valuable Beagle hound from p. Fontella Ashtabula. Mrs. William Bartle Beaver Falls called at the Home . And mrs. Frank Morrow thursday. Merly a Well know n Railroad Man new Castle now Akron o., passed away thursday afternoon october 2 at 3 10 p. A. Or. Humbert w born february 2, 186b and had been in the service the Baltimore and Ohio a dependable store open saturday night new fall and Winter suits Many with extra trousers every suit is up to the Well known Winter co. Re Standard Quality and that Means Quality in every respect materials workmanship style and selection. No a half Way measures at this dependable store when our Label goes a suit it is a guarantee absolute satisfaction. $30 and $40 new fall and Winter hats Knox hats 97 win Ter co. Hath $3.50 and $5. A shape for every face and a Price for every purse. Sounds like the logical place to shop for a hat men Winter 210 East Washington Street mrs. William Cragle and children Railroad for the past 37 years. His Lon Anna and Dewayne warn death was caused by an automobile Pum were thursday guests at the Home mrs. William Winnial. Or. And mrs. Mel Caldwell were new Castle callers wednesday. Frank Mcdaniels East Palestine o., was a caller at the Homo . And mrs. Frank Morrow thursday. Joseph Amanda and Flora ringer motored to Rochester wednesday where they were the guests their sister mrs. John Colella. In. Samuel Wilson was a new Castle shopper wednesday. Mrs. William Stevenson and son Keith and miss Emma Cragle were the guests . And mrs. Walter Blatchford Ellwood City thursday. Mrs. Lois Ferrucci was a recent Ellwood City visitor. Accident in Girard. O., wednesday. Afternoon. October about 2 p. M. He lived barely More than a Day following it. In new Castle he was a resident the East Side for Many years and was a member the second u. P. Church and the Lodge the Craft no. 433 f. And a. M. Funeral services will he held monday afternoon october 6 from his former Home in a Roii at 2 p. M. North Street team practices at noon a half Holiday to attend the fair. With coaches Mcmahon and in charge however the North Street Grid erg put in a stiff two hours Grid tactics. The team opens its schedule w Ith. he senior High school sophomores deciding that their football for Riczo Rochal Ripon tev for practice it boy Lea Field today at full foot unless there is Avail All the City schools were Given Able parking space in the Skull. Large crowd at a ii fair thursday funeral directors Chaitin us a from a tfx had the Opportunity w witnessing this exciting sport j the red Cross functioned in a pleasing manner during the Day and eighteen patrons the fair were Relief station ii Vii Villa vols that organization just inside the main Entrance. There w Ere nurses i and physicians available at All times the annual election the Law -1 the Day. George Wahl the in rence county funeral director Al As-1 Jared horseman was cared for a hello everybody Aiveve Here miss at his residence. Or. And mrs. Joe i the judge a for persons not clothed a i r a a a a a a a a a a a but log a a new a a. Vosler Are also enjoying a new radio. D. L. Cunningham motored to Ellwood Wedi misday. Or. And mrs. Sam Cornilious son William and daughter Ruth were at Butler Fri Fay. Mrs. Clamce Hogue is assisting . Mcdevitt in the store in the absence the clerk miss Mcclure w to is her vacation. Schools the township were closed thursday giving the youngsters the privilege attending the new Castle fair. With authority in this matter to keep their shirts . In a keeping mine .�?� will lives tight judge lain Dis would not say that the investigation into Jimmy con Nelly a Story is ended. Nor w Ould he say that once the world s series is out the Way an investigation will to launched that May provide sensations Akin to those that rocked the baseball world in the famous a Black sox expose. Questions by the handful were thrown at the judge wherever he went today. But he answered few them. And those he did choose i mrs. F. A Mccu Leary entertained the ladies Brest a Teri a missionary a a answer were replied to in such i society at her Home saturday afternoon. A program was carried a rom americe 15 differ style. Chiropractic adjustments will cheer you up. A spinal analysis will re veal just what sections it spine Are interfering Calth the flow nervous Energy and chiropractic adjustments will relieve the undue pressure. Out and business no eting held. Refreshments were served by hostess assisted by her daughter Harriet. A car Load feed is being unloaded by the dairymen the Community from Bordersville station this week. 7�?Tlie ladles Christian Temperance Fri Tiffi we full hold their october meeting with mrs. C. G. Stickle october 9th. Rev. S. In. Sankey West Liberty was a caller wit i local friends Friday afternoon. Margaret Mcclure is spending some time with friends at . I. L. Finn Langham was at Rose Point monday. R. P. My Tow an was a Rock caller wednesday. Or. And mrs. Add Dean a Astle visited friends in this Unity Hab hath. i a National a a is Horvce Washington. Oct. .3 Limperes fur the world Seri a were announced i tuday by judge Landis As follows j Gamu a Toni Connely the Lafe we. J. Stein it first Hui a William Din in at second base Ernest Quigley at thir base. For he a Cound game a onnely j will go i first Buse and Ile others Vav jul rotate continuing to move j arum us Llic series. Enigmatic phases As this a with me an investigation is never ended this Side the Tho new York players May to talking about it among themselves but when a newspaper Man an outsider approaches them with a question concerning it they shy off. John j. Tierney Secretary the club who was in charge the squad the trip a Down Here yesterday in the absence manager my Craw who elected to wait Over and come Down a Midnight train summed up the players attitude regarding the scandal thusly a judge Landis exonerated All but two who have been punished. His statement concerning the affairs closes the scout the idea that the scandal will effect their playing. They took the position that the affair is Over and they can forget it and go ahead and play against com 11, senators As though nothing had Ever happened. A if anything a declared a member the new York club this ii Irving a your game is going to improve. We know that this thing has treated a Lead impression for us especially Here in Washington and we Are going to fight All the harder to show that we did no to have to bribe anyone to throw games to a caller Slippery new Kocia Tion took place last evening at j among others at the station. The officers a the elks club last year we Ere re elected and included Frank h. Off ult president Fred c. Wolford vice president Frank w. Wallace Secretary and treasurer. Preceding the business session dinner was served in the dining room at 6 30. The next meeting will take place the second thursday evening in january and will be ladies night. Marriage licenses a = Fairgrieves juvenile production dance creations saturday afternoon october 4th ,,. Mothers come and bring your children. Children come and bring a Friend. Admission free school children at fair today Isadore Cook Bessemer Rosa Paul Chloe Castle William Rader Ellwood City Amy Studebaker Portersville Paul Gibson. West Bridgewater Gertrude Stanley do Pozecki. New Castle Leokadya Lul Wolczok new Castle. Included in the huge Crow d that is at the new Castle fair grounds today Are hundreds school children who Are enjoying a half Holiday. The City schools were dismissed today at the close Tho regular morning sessions in order to allow the students and faculty to attend the fair. The majority them availed themselves the Opportunity and the fair grounds present something a a a Scholastic appearance through their presence. american people More than a nillion dollars a week for their chewing gum. Well Salesman quits. Let him Flitter Well find you a Home run hitter. Only 60 per cent the students who enter the West Point military Academy Are Ever graduated. A Denver policeman who has won Fame As a song w Riter does his composing while tramping his a a want and notice All the tickets in Kuwert a big Felt a contest have been claimed except Prises 1 and 2. In accordance with the rules the following numbers Are now in order and persons holding same please Call it our store at Onee. 2nd Choice numbers no. 1 �1254 no. 2�? 45 a Fawe Iesta a a a a a a Why men choose Gruen strap watches for business and sport Wear Many men now find strap watches indispensable. Gruen watches Are excellent time keepers and their Beauty design Combine to make them especially attractive to men. For Sale Only at Mather Bros co. A eukers 213 k. Washington Street new Castle a. The White undertaking co funeral directors to the people new Castle since 1895. Amu Lince service 337-339 Neshannock Avenue. Bell phone 61

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