1923 June 2 Hbg Telegraph

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to S. to a is - - J. i will begin her amies nere uuuui September 1. Miss Blackburn is well known in musical and social circles. During the past year she has been engaged as a schoolteacher schoolteacher in West Vh - ginia ; - S - 1'EAR - OLD YOUNGSTER LOST IX WOODS S6 HOURS Hazletoo, June 2. After wandering wandering about in the woods nearly 36 hours, Michael Dill, 3 - year - old sOn of Mrs. Anna Dili, a widow of Stockton, Stockton, a mining village near here, was in good shape, following his discovery discovery by Lehigh Valley Railroaders at Ashland, three miles away. POIXCARE IS UPHELD . Parts, June 2. (By the Associated Press). The government received a majority of 162 on a test vote la the chamber of deputies yesterday after after interpellations on the recent Royalist activities In which Socialist Socialist deputies were beaten by street gangs. - - ; CONDITION STILL. SBRIOl'S - " T. Durbin Blain, aged 4S. Millers - town farmer, who suffered a fractured fractured skull. Thursday, when thrown from a wagon, one of the wheels of which passed over his head, continued in an unconscious condition to - day at the Polyclinic Hospital. - His condition condition was NDorted sUchUy imfirovuL nrohlbitlon forces elsewhere in or der to concentrate a greater force in New York, this was said in offi cial quarters to present the only alternative alternative to continuing, the present staff there with the' knowledge that probably it woul dbe unable to enforce the law rigidly alone. Prohibition Commissioner Haynes has had no comment to rnake on Governor Smith's approval of the enforcement law repealer and it also was said at the White House that President Harding would make no statement. Conferences looking to a definite determination of the government government policy are 'expected to be held soon between Commissioner Haynes and Commissioner Blair of the internal revenue bureau with the probability that Secretary Mellon Mellon and the President both will be consulted on the situation, ' ' FILES SUIT FOR $5,M0 . Suit tor $5,000 damages was filea by counsel for Harry Hippensteel vs. Ralph Knighton, to - day, the plaintiff alleging that slanderous remarks remarks were made about him. In the Statement filed he contends that Knighton unjustly accused him of the theft of a ring and also said a fortuneteller told him the name of the person who had his ting began with, the letter "H." the motorist. amonl GawlTnea. Sfcr CMRCWCK tfarhabura MOUNT

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 02 Jun 1923, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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