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Fulton and in Syracuse bar a law and the Anglers Only Four Saloon Men Are Charged With Selling Liquor Too Hear Polling Places. ar- Ex- 'Also of a path Every No, the The police yesterday made four rests of bartenders'"for alleged violations of the excise laws in doing business within a quarter-mile, of polling places, as prohibited by law* Those arrested were William Shea, bartender for. his brother, at "Nobody's Claim," No, 601 iBurnel avenue, and Mtcha-el Barnello and John Dalantino, ,employed in an Italian saloon at No*'620 Pearl street and Henry Sarno of No^GOO Fearl street. Shea was arrested by Patrolman Timothy Q'Connell at 10*80 o'clock yesterday yesterday morning after the officer's attention was called to the place* All the doors were open and the officer took to headquarters headquarters a pail of beer, which he said Shea was to the act of handling* to a customer, when he was arrested. Barnello and Balantino were taken custodv by Patrolman William, Austin and Special jOfflcer Stephen- Santy after complaints had been made to the police, that the saloon where they were eiti- ployedp Was doing business. The officers carried two ''schooners" of beer to^ headquarters with them asi evidence* Sarno was arrested at his place ^of business by Patrolmen Thomas Lynch · Charles Wick ens because he had his saloon open too near a polling place. Shea was arraigned in. Police Court shortly after his arrest He said ne thought 600 feet from the polling place was the prescribed distance, He .pleaded not guilty and demanded an examination, which "was set down for next Tuesday* Bail was fixed at $1,000. '* ' ' But few .legal entanglements outside the arrests for excise violation marked the election yesterday. Few questions were presented to Justice ^illiam S. Andrews and County Judge William M. Ross for solution and not a single real election case was brought to their atten-. .. . · , - - · i · ' tion* · · ; Failure to'register brought several citizens to tfiie Court House in!, guest of judged order, which they thought, wquld f enable them to vote, but in air cases they were disappointed* , Two persons, showing'slight;evidences ofijntoiication, looking for "^.'permits" i " /^T" ^ ' . - - v ^"^ H ."" - - · · - ·· * .· - ' L " »A4*A . AM*.T^»J«M« .*. 3 k j »_ __ · 3 _ ^- _ L j^^. J X' 1 '' -- ^.__^t S _ _ ^ ^41 yote-: enlivened- the .deserted f corridors M_

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 09 Nov 1910, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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