MOTHER ACCOMPANIED HER SON JO NEW YORK Ray MoLaughlln, of Now York City, who was spending the Memorial hoM* days At tho home ot his mother, in this city, loft today accompanied by hjs mqthe.r, Mrs, Sarah Mcl/aug.hlifl> who will spend some tiii\e with her son in New York. Samuel Simmons, for many yours a resident of Lebanon, and lately of Los Angeles, California, is In Lebanon Lebanon with his mother-in-law, Mr;. Elizabeth Gaffhey. They nro i"pis- tered at the Hotel Weimar aud spenj- in? the time renewing aoQualntanoes fq and about the city, Simmons was talking with Paul Fittorer, in H,os Angeles, lately, and brlngu t'ae ball players' regards to his £riendn in Lebanon. To Bob Fitterer, bis brother, brother, and clerk of the Weimar hotel, be brought a special mostiuge beside, bearing the good news uf Paul's si'tC- cess in the state qf California.