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 - " Entertaining" Friends He Gets Into Trouble...
" Entertaining" Friends He Gets Into Trouble Leonardo Fusare Runs Against Excise Law With His "Beer Party" on Sun day Had No Right to Even Give It Away. Leonardo Fusare, proprietor of a saloon at First street and Railroad avenue, "entertained" six of his men friends in h's place yesterday afternoon. The police heard of it and Officers French and Butler Trcre sent to investigate. The remit we.s Fusare was arrested on the t"'?rre tf violating the state excise law. The six men and Fusare made state-rents to Chicl-of-Poliee Weaver yester-hv afternoon in vh!ch they declared thev were the nroprietcr's guesis. They s-Ul they dk!n"i huy any beer. It was given to th:m. Ths officers found six bottles snri one s'ass. most of them parth- filled v.-ith beer. Accepting the statement the men mads a ". true, the police have evidence to show tle excise law was violated just the nnp. The law reads that intoxicants t';! not he sold or giv-n away in a li-mrcd p'ac cn Sunday. Tlie officers t'-o found the tack dcor of the place ciex Doers leading to the barroom Irom a bad; rorm vere unlocked. This is a violation also. The frrnt door was l-cked. The men were in the bak room. The beer hot'l-s a"d the glass were ti'rnea over to Chief . cver. Fusare was rraisnen dp ore Kccoraer 1 f . i l ' : i ! 1 ! . - - I 1 - wan a v, " v. rented bv .Attcrnev II. O Ccnnor. 1 ne j l.:trf"t attor-ev's off"e was represented I- Teo Waxman. Fusare entered a fnrrl p'ea c not guilty. Thi cae was .'"jcuricd until November 10 when it Tnj'-at'.r v.'!; be token directly to the rr!!d jur--. Tha lengthy adjournment vzs r.Treed on because there will not be i grand jurv in region until November, -o recently b-'-ir-r finished a session. F'-Te vas rc!-osed on bail. Kh p!:-.oe r' b-.--'.ncsn formerly was ecrdueted by Rr-v Rcy. rho ncv runs, a y e'ere. t!:roo stcres north. Social Notes And Personals 4 . CAMPBELL-HANDY. Miss L. Barbara Campbell, of West Gray street, and Louis E. Handy of this city were united in marriage Monday, September 6, at the parsonage of the Centenary Methodist Church. The Rev. A. L. Hobart performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Handy left immediately , after the ceremony for a ten days automobile trip: After October 1, they will be at home to their friends, . 611 William street. . DR- SHAW HERE. Dr. John Balcom Stiaw, president of Elmira College was in the city last Friday and 'left Saturday noon for his home in Los Angeles, Cal. Dr. Shaw will come to Elmira the first of October to asume his duties at the college. Mrs. Shaw will arrive about the first of November. Dr. and Mrs. Shaw are to reside at the president's home opposite the college . which is undergoing extensive repairs. ' The bouse will De ready ior occupancy , , 7 . SOUTH ELMIRA, W. C. T. U. There will be a special meeting of the South Elmira, W. C. T. U. next Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Franklin Street Presbyterian church parlors. Delegates to the state convention will be elected and reports 0 tne . gi en- County Convention vill be a

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  1. Star-Gazette,
  2. 13 Sep 1915, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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