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Rochester, New York
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ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1020 'Lancaster High Beats Attica Gridders. 26-0 Attica, Oct 12 Attica Hich met defeat today at Lancaster, 2fi tj 0. Attica was outweighed and outclassed. The Atticann have lost i three games out of four. Next week they will play Oakfleid High. -WHYHHB? LIJCII TIGEt itoP fall-" 1 jfi- is itiir iik WBTIc-Fas I NO. 1 knocks rnl.ta. aA. Tla undct Monev-Back Guar 2 amre. Barbvraardnifgiafj TIGEB We Give Green Stamps JJJL MINERS HEAR LEADERS DEFY JOHN L. LEWIS If We Must Talk A Collection of Couturier Coats Reproduced and Adapted for This Special Event 1,500 Restless as Illinois Head and Editor Tirade Against International i Mount Olive, 111.. Oft. 12 Approximately 1.RO0 miners us- sembled here today in commemoration of the Virden massacre In 189S. Harry Kishwtck, president of the I'nited Mine Workers of Illinois, and Oscar Ameringer, editor of the Illinois Miner, openly defied John L. Lewis, president of the international organization "to encroach upon their rights." Considerable unrest was apparent at timer! during the addresses by the two men. At one time it was only after much action on the part of police that sympathizers of other factions could be quieted and the speakers permitted to continue. Most of the reckling, however, was during the. fiery address by Ame-ringer, whose talk dealt chiefly with alleged Irregularities of the international coterie. Fishwick, speaking In a diplo-I matic vein, touched only briefly on the action rf the international organization in revoking the charter of District 12 yesterday. "John L. Lewis has no right under law to take possession of the district records and offices," i he said, "and we mean to stop him and stop him for good, and we can do it. An injunction suit already is under way against the international organization and I know we will be the victors. I will never agree to hand over anything In Let us something god to sa l.liot, "is a sort oi -mnkr tilitt cones ironi the duty pipe ct thoc who ilif-fur. it puncs nothing hnt the had t.i-tc oi the --How nmrii better it would he, r.ither t.i spc.ik ill another, to tcil ni'thusg worthwhile--for itM.mce, that know hi a vtnrc where thev give II (pitch lh-count Stinips with every va-li I. rt i.i:r fi iem's know that we give tins ou wul do them a sen ice will appreciate your thought of us. at Tomorrow you may choose your now Fall coat from these wonderful values. Coats lavishly trimmed with the hest furs. Coats that arc worth more and look it. Carefully tailored coats hich reproduce the new Fall fashions in the minutest details. Warmly interlined. Coats that are stvlc successes. Coats that look well with the new frocks and are authentically correct. Will Your Heirs Make Trouble? "Loosely drawn and ambiguous" "of feeble and unsound mind" "unduly influenced by a friend." Convenient phrases, these, for starting trouble, should some of your heirs happen not to like your disposition of your property. Free from such dangers is a life insurance policy with the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company. No long-drawn litigation, no lawyer's fees, no probate costs. Instead, the full amount you name payable at once to exactly the person or persons you wish to receive it. Will your protection cease when you pass on or will it continue so long as your dear ones live? Our counsel will not obligate you in any way and it may result in a saving to those who are closest to you of many thousands of dollars. To find out hnw, simply write your name, age and address in the space above, tear out this advertisement and place it in the mail today. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company H. V. IIUGHKS, General Agent Suite 624, Lincoln-Alliance Bank Blclg. ifii imp 7 Coats with fur-banded flares, after Lucile Paray, Coats with clever seaminfs, adapted from Paquin. I' i net' urrtp-tirtfund coat, exactly reproduced hanvin's Joxi-plnced flare, smartly adapted. DOUBLE STAMPS On All Cash Purchases I'actv Wednesday Lavish coat borders, copied from those of Patou. Fur Trimmings: Bleached ivolf Opossum Baby lynx Skunk Imported lapin 1'ox Sizes: Misses' I to 20 Women's 36 to 4t Larrer Women's 38 yi to 50 Fabrics Broadtail cloth Sucde-finish fabrics Colors Black Bright Navy Tan Bottle Green Chocolate Broun property, or in money, to the international administration of the United Mine Workers unless the members of this union agree that this should he done." A series of boos greeted Fishwick at this stage, and turning to objectors, he said: "Yes, and If John L. Lewis figures he has got me he is saving some of you fellows a job," When quiet reigned once more ha added vehemently: "But John L. Lewis has not got me." In closing his brief talk, Fishwick denied that corruption and fraud existed in Franklin County and added "If I can see anybody that can do a better job than I am doing I will turn the reins over." ENRAGEDMAN SHOOTS FOUR AND HIMSELF: Newhurgh. N. Oct. 12. A fighting chance for life was seen by physicians tonight for Victoria Crlsch. 17, critically wounded last I night at New Windsor when Pas- quale Parino ran amuck with a shotgun, killed two. wounded two 2-Hour Free Parking Duffy patrons are offered 2 hours' free parking at Wagner's Station at Plymouth anil Church, Hill's Koof Station at Plymouth and or I he ew (ieiieral Talking Station, directly opposite the grocery on Kithugh. Have your i it kit stamped at the Stamp sk Main floor. Not all styles uid colors in all sizes. Ciint lionr mmm New Fall Dresses for Younger Folks Tailored of flat crepe, crepe dc cfiine and velvets in extremely modish and youthful style effects. Tor afternoon nd frntiiR wear. Sizes 7 to 14. Triced $7.95 to $15. For the of 7 to II. Smart in style, and tailoring anil dependahl in quality. Warm jersey, wool crepes and velvets in all new Tall colors. Triced $3.95 and $5.95. G'iVk' DcH Second Floor New Fall Coats for Younger Folks Our new Mill coals for girK arc smart and novel in pat tern and style. There arc both sport and dress models in plain and novelty colors of tan. brown, navy, red and mixtures Raglan and set-m sleeves, 7 to II. Triced $10 to $2S. Other coals of chinchilla. Well hneil and carefully tailored. Sizes 7 to I I. Triced $5.95 and Oi'-ls' mid 1 Lnr Cafeteria -Our span ms Seventh Moor Cafeteria offers you a delightfully different place to hac your noon luncheon. A aiied menu daily. Open II to 1 o'clock. Moderate prices. 5 -v? more and then took hi own life. i TUDOR lr BUDGET SALEr 6 VKis cf Only The Entire Stock of Robert Fraser, Utica Wallpapers and Paints A mIc of wallpapers and paints which offers you an opportunity to sae money on your Fall decorating. We have purchased the entire wallpaper and paint stock of the Kohrrt Tracer, I'tica, at a fraction of the regular value. The savings we made in the purchase are offered to you which can le rcalicd when comparing Mrs. Katrina Massina was killed by the first shot Parino fired after i he became suddenly maddened in a i crowded room. Parino then shot Victoria through the back, Mrs. Jennie Cnsch, S3, in the breast, and Fannie Massina in the face i and head. Santos Massina, 50, (husband of Katrina. fled when Pa-i I rino first ran for his gun, but later' returned and was killed by the man, who fired at him from urn-j bush. Mrs. Chisch and Fannie Massina were reported at the hos- pital here tonight as somewhat better. Parino. a chauffeur, said by the survivors to have been incensed by norpayment. of money he believed due him, burst in upon the group while all were at their daily task of job sewing for a Newhurgh manufacturing company. He argued i with Santos Massina about the money, and then said he would shoot the entire group. Mrs. John Tyson Adopts Waif as Son Are Raising the Hopeman Chimes Into the Bell Tower the quality with the low prices. This Beautiful Chest 25 Year Replacement Guarantee wallpaper for living room and dining room. Kfitular 50c roll. Special 17e roll." chintz and fl iral j'riprs Regular to Joe roll. Special 12' iC roll. Wallpaper ior any room in attractive and rvlorv Kcaular I.v to roll. Special 7c roil, Walipapcis for attic, hed-room and ack halls. Special roll. with contents of 29 pieces Stainless Knives .75 1 16 Af 'TMIK University of Rochester is he congratulated on the Hopeman Memorial which are now beiiiif placed in the tower of the new University Library. The seventeen bells, only one of which is sketched above, were cast by Menccly oV Company of Watervliet, N. and Mr. Menccly is personally directing the placing of the chimes in the bell-tower. The Largest lbs. The bells, the largest of which weighs 7,5110 pounds, presented no small moving and hoisting problem. We are proud that again Sam Gottry Carting Company experience and facilities were found adequate for an exacting and important moving task. Complete Room Kc. $5M 1 yds. border, ail v.r --Nfrt for living, It atis( cut You pv only for the contents, this beautiful color-mode chest is free! (complete Room -Hei. 53.00 In tjt''--ui' ittc h'tKt pjttfrt, lot r'nin t.xf't iinii gri if yfiti want them, OUR BUDGET PLAN You pay $1.00 down and $1.00 a week. No extra charge for this privilege yu fay our regular cub fnci only. Paints, Varnishes, Enamels Unusually Priced Stotcsbury Granddaughter Fulfills Childish Hope Philadelphia, Oct. 12 Fvcr Mrs. John L. Tyson, the former Natalie Fmlen Hutchinson, granddaughter of E. T. Stoteshiiry, i illionaire banker, was a little n'tr, she bad had a yearning to adopt a baby. Today it became known that this longing had been fulfilled almost fix months ago. The baby was adopted, the local formalities executed and the infant christened Christopher Green Gilbert Tyson. From that minute on, the word "adopted" was taboo In the Tyson household "Christopher Is my son now Mrs. Tyson said today, and at the same time she denied emphatically that she planned to adopt any more children. It had been reported she was going to adopt twins to play with Christopher. "I've wanted to adopt a baby since I was a little the 21-ycar-o'd society matron aid. as she told how she had searched through nurseries, hospitals and institutions before she found the baby she wanted "I have Christopher Gllheit now and I'm very proud of him I don't want to sav where I got him because it might cause him embarrassment latrr, but he came from an institution when he was only a week old. Jin parents are dead." Shopping List SPOON'S Sunnysicie Knamcl SunnysiJe Flat Taint $1.79 gal. Re. 52.60 gal. ernnift In wtrtf. fallal tiiue Ant KVxulir SI flu qi. S.ici nl Tr daw 5 0 uifvk Tc rvm TK; Bruiilnn oi (Vmwinmt Ointf rtr v- IVtrt or vrtinj 1 s.1 Shopping List fOKS-f nri i 1 IVmiiwIuisKmi 5 VI Oy: or vKo4 i Mitral Mrat of fa'a 2S 1 :0 Ttt.ri PailnSfMCT V1 S. il re.l(Of rfall k-4tk I II V- of t.raa Uaia ik 1 -S Irf. Knilt iVurtar Sr-feaJra Sttiliim 'W SMIVW-Sainls fa. nvi Stai-lnl VI I-Vn 'S aCOO IJ Peacock Lacquer Sam Gottry Carting Co. (OlOK vith i'ttsw jo Sunnysidc flat paint for wall and ceiling. Regular gallon. Special $1.79 gal. reac-vk Lacnutr, tht finest Special, 1 1 iu. 1 i H. 44r, pt. 21. titt if ral hat and rttof rtnt Vfgi'lir 10 gallon. Spsiial U'allfafrr and Points Fourth Floor Office: Powers Arcade Phone Main 1412 A Step From The Subway City Hall Station

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