Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania on December 24, 1918 · Page 1
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Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, December 24, 1918
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HI OP 1*Sfi "»mtl ¥!Ail-So. 10?. Ptlbllahrd fvrry R»ontnfr '-xcppt Cop*. T*0 OntJ: P«r T«*r. *6 L1BAKON, PA* TtfESBAIf IVEKtNG, BECEMBUJt 24, 1918. Hi the M»H»f *rj ftt tx>b*nofi lii •?Y *t t ff* "% ,#" .if ^ <*l" .3* ^"3* ifAW«-'*7 l '.Vt* •*< »,»».« & f ***'&.JW s VP—TJT /? v <p*-pJ§Ll/ j&y$Lx m jf-~' .?$rr # BEST CHRISTMAS SINCE THE FIRST DAY OF NATIVITY IN Grateful That World War is Over—Business Places and Industrial Plants Will be Closed—Elaborate Programs Will be Rendered in the Churches and There Will be Reunions in Many Homes. Although the weather shorps give no encouragmnflnt for good weather tomorrow, and' predict that It will rain a groat part of the day, I/eba- nonlans are making preparations for a tnerry Christmas juat the same. One thing Is -assured 1 regardless of weather, It will be n holiday. Everything will be closed that can be dispensed without contributing to public discomfort. I Chi Railroads. i The 'pasKflngor trains on all roads will run according to schedule, but i freight will bo wdiiced to the barest 1 minimum, and will include only the ! most porlshublp kind of freight, and ^livestock enroll to. All clrrlts and employes will be off for the day who can ho spared. The street cars will (Continued from Page Twelve). STORM KEPT BATTLE REET MARINES, WHO MUTINB, ARE OUT AT SEA IN ROYAL PALACE fSpecial to N*ws By Unltefl Press'.] New York, Dec. 24.—Men of America's battle fleet, coming home from the war, must spend Christmas at siea. The squadron w.«»s expected .to j enter New York harbor tomorrow J morning, but storms delayed It. Announcement was today that the fighting ships will arrive at 9 a. m. on Thursday for review. The Presidential yacht, Mayflower, from which Secretary Daniels Is to review the mighty procession of dreadnaufrtits and smaller battle- craft, will anchor near the Statue of Liberty, by which the fleet will (pass on its route to the Hudson river. There they will anchor in a • line five miles long, , Daniels Is scheduled to reach New, 1 York tomorrow. j After tho review, 10,000 sailors are to parade on Fifth Avenue. Now York expects tno greaitest crowds on record—even surpassing those which' attended the Hudson- Fulton celebration, p BL, PRANK J. TAYLOB, (United Presa Staff Correspondent) Berlin, Dec. 24.—Mutinous marines, who revolted when ordered to sea, aje onjtrenc.hed in the :royal palace here, after a bat.tle with the military guard. U'pon receiving tholr orders, several regiments of nmrines rioted, kidnapping the military commander of the city and holding him prisoner. In the fighting which onsued, four marines were Wiled and ton wounded. MADE TRANSFER OF THEIR INTEREST IN WE1ER RESIDENCE Transfer has been made by Asa A. Weliner and Mrs. Kate A. BirUen- bine of their two-thirds Interest In the Weinaer residence, southeast corner of Eighth and Church streets, to former Mayor B. A. Wetaier. The Iract has a frontage of 125 feet on Rlghth street and extends In depth :o Welmer alley. The nominal consideration of one dollar is mentioned in the deed filed for record in Recorded Zimmerman's office at the Court House. HUNGARIANS OPPOSED TO THE ALLIESINTHEIR PROVINCES Wife, Who Resides on Maple Street, Notified by War Department WAS ALSO BADLY GASSED Trained at Camp Meade and Belongs to Company E, 316th Infantry Sertft. (ieorpe KVeser, of Company i 10. 31 (lib Infantry. A. W. I'"., wns s«*- .sed ana wounded In both legs on Ort 11 In 1'ranco, according to mes- IbaBJ-H received by bin wife, living at I C04 Maple lit rent. .Independent borough. Sersrt. Peeser roportB hlni- flolf luivinK been gaased In a letter to Mrs. Koeoer. ' who hnfl alsp re- untll July 7, 11I1R. when tiiungtrl reived a War department mwBKt ,'nfonuliiR bor th/it.hor husband-was i woundod In both lega. Ser^t. .Feeser WHS numboi-pd itmong the first select- od men to IPHVO here, golngr to Camp Mrnde where he continued under tialnlu'pr until July 7, IBIS; when he lefj, with hla regiment on overseas duty. ,r > I \J !// * • \\ ! *«Ki f MSt r P Hi Hoffer Bowman's T" First Visit toJJative , Home m ten Years AtfyWm D W.wate»o HOTEMENTO 'DESERTER HAD Resume His Practice Hotter Bowman; son ot Mr, and Mrs. \,. G. Bowman, of Ber'wyn ~i Park, IB' expocted to arrive bore' to- I day from Alliance, Nebraska. It will be hlH ilrnt trip homo for ten yaa>r«, cSpeo)a4 to Nowtf By nultafl Pre«il. Berlin, Den. 24.—The Hungarian ministry \4^js ronortod today to' declared i^ opposMon to occupation of Hung«.ry 'h ytho Allies. The ministers a.'o undorntood to have asked the Allies If they intended to occupy the entire country, threatening to resign in a body If the answer Is atfinnativo. Attorney William W. Walter will return home this evening from Philadelphia, where for some months he has been filling a responsible position with the U. S. ship huild- Ing coi-poration at Hog Iwland. With the end of hostilities and the pass-j Ing of Uje Imperative need of niani power at the Hog Island plant. Mr.! Walter has decided to return'to thej practice of his profession. He willj resume charge of his law practice] and offices In the Basboro building,! opposite the court house, on Thum- day morning. CLOSE BARS ON SENTENCE THE MORROW COMMUTED . .Miss Ettther Boyer arrived honiei from fhe Keystone Normal school,' at Kutztewn, to spe&rl the holidays j with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyer, residing near Prederic-ksburK. We Wish All Our Patrons and Friends A MERRY CHRISTMAS ^ and A Happy and Prosperous New Year And take this opportunity of again expressing c-ur appreciation of your liberal Patronage. J. J. CONSEDNE, 110 NORTH EIGHTH STREET ear KIRK JOHNSON & CO. HIP Wtsiiw of NSO And }t§ Staff. P- MorrlB, R. Ann* p. Lieut Vincent Henry Has Been Discharged From Camp Taylor Llout. Vincent Henry, son of Judge and id're. C. V. Henry, of Hathaway Park, an-ivod home last evening froni Camp Taylor, Kentucky. He has aeon red 'hla honorable di-scharge and wl'll resume hi* studlas at Yale next year. . > i » i . ,Mtes Anna Haak, of 827 Wnlnut ptreet, is horn* troni Philadelphia tor th« Christmas holidays. DANCE P, O, S, of A, Hall, Tuesday Eve., Dec, 24, 8;30 fefl A, M. Music by Perse Band, While rto formal action has been taken by the Lebanon Conmty Liquor i Dealers Aesociation it is jrenenally | understood that Christmas d>ay will i 'be observed by closing the bars. Thin I movement has boon in vogue hero' on Christmas day for several years now and has mot with B'uch general commendation that for the most part the Lebanon hotelmen plan to con- ' tlnue the observance to'nor of A MERRY CHRISTMAS E, J, SNAVELY & CO., 8 North Ninth St, GIRLS WANTED Light, pleasant work, and plenty of it. Be$t working conditions. Well-equipped luneh room for u§e of em- ployeit NEAPOLITAN BRICK ICE CREAM FOR THAT CHRISTMAS KH NOW FRESH MAP*? CHOCOLATES TOPAT Cliristmtw CJundy |a Here in AU Lebanon Palace of Sweets 74U CviuUorbwa St, BOX CO. DANCE Tyrrell'a Band, P, O. S. of A, HALL Thursday Evening, ,8 to 11 [fippclnl to NPW« by Unlfefl l'rcn».] Wnshington, Dec. 24.—Sontenco of death imposed upon Recruit IDrnosl F, K. lx>ub for desertion and re'fusal to wear the uniform has been commuted by President \Vll80ii to dishonorable discharge and 20 years Imprisonment. Leub.wim attached to the 103rd depot brigade, Camp DodKe, Iowa. For Private George O. Jarohs, tBOtn infanti-y. Camp Sholby, Miss., President Wilson ha» commuted ii death sentonco tor donertlou to 20 years Imprisonment. Oscar Aurentz Arrived Home from Over There Oscar Aureut^B, of Sixth and M'ttple si roots, Is home from France. H»> went "over thore" wivh Company II and has been In several large battles, receiving wounds In 'both less. BTTSBAV OP QP DEBDB. OJTIOJ! Of CITY NOTIOB TO TOOPBRTir In aw.orrta.noe w1U\ the jw-ovlslons of imlinanue No. 13. PUo of Council, Session of 181S-1919, «4>pravo4 by t«* Mayor, Aiprll 24. J918, ftU ^"Wnena of property -within the Fifth WterU of the City of ,1-iObanon, PH.. are hereby notified that th«lr t!«:d« or conveyances tor ftll pr<»p»rty In this wamd. must b« pre> eonted for ivjrtstmHon »t the Office o* ihu City 'Engineer. tKiril lloor, CHy Hall, Ninth find Scull »tjrcet», 'ytthln'. oil* moajth a-ftw tlw nret 0»y of January, 1U19. Ktoh deed 00 presented must be iu.ioonnwnlecl by a description erf th« property it oovero, t«(feth«r with auoh ifther Information pertaining to the property aa Is required. Such Aoturto- tlon Mnd uuch Information shn.li toe «uo« inltlea upon bl&nte furnlnhod by tfao Oity, »na whlph may be obtained won ruqueot wt th« Office ot tfce Olty Bta- trlneor. t . fV failure w ropl«tcr « 4ee4 In accordance wltb the pruvUiloim of thm ordlnanoo and within the time weolnwL a penalty ot S^ve ItoUfms. (J6.00) and co*t» of «u«. ftWd In default of wyavettt thereof Unprlsftwuent, If pr«vWlea. NP 4«*d a»y be entered for U the Cou.rt HlMWs. Wle* the Olty «»lffl|itTfttl«o Staovp. WILLREVERTTO CIVHJANISM [Special to News By United Pr»w,J Washington, Dec. 24.— 'Mem'l\er» at the National Guard dratted Into army service -by President WiTspiyj. July 3, 1SU7 proclamation, wJH,re*» von to civilian status when dtenjiw- ed. from the aiimy, according to', a, ruMng of General Ansell, aotliig- j.udge advocate general today, Som« q'liesuous have been ruised as • to whether or not these men would, re* vert to their 'former satua aa members n'f the National Guard, It the National Ouard is to .con.- tiiviie, thl» depUion wilt necewltat-q orgnnlzutlon ot new unite in all ihe btates. _ V 3moke DONS or DONE FERNS AND CUT FLOWERS, MISH'S, 620 Cumberland Street, r.' JBfl-S J*,is While (he "Boys" Are Borne H*T«9 ft ' Family Group Made by tfee K«W 1ULOONV , ili Uarpel's Store p, ft, virteb, Photos M«de at Yqtur ' •&•• 5& II

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