Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania on April 27, 1934 · Page 5
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Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 27, 1934
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— t t»~lf~' -.TV.^-^S- LEBANON DAILY NEWS, LEBANON, PA. OFFER THESEgHOE VALUtS FOR THIS WEEK LADIES! The Demand Is. for WHITES and we are offering all Styles, all Leathers and all-Heels at these remarkable low prices. WIDTHS AAA—BEE SIZES 3-8 HOSIERY Chiffon or Service 69c,-- 2 Pr. $1.28 All the. New Shades. Satisfaction Guaranteed^ Comfortable Arch Support Styles White, Black or Brown $1.98 -- $4.00 WIDTHS AAA—EEE THE NEW TENNIS SHOE WITH GENUINE LEATHER INNER SOLES Nothing Takes The Place of Good Leather. 49c—Without Leather Innersoles—4Se MOTHER'S—^Protect Tour Children's Feet. Men's Oxfords All Styles—AH Leathers $ 1.98 $ 3,00 Sizes 6 to 11 Widths AA—EEE, The largest selection of Sport Oxfords in town. ' Ladies* and Bag'Girls* White Oxfords Just received big new shipment in the newest styles. $1.69 Sizes 3 to 8 Boys' Oxfords That Wear and Fit $1.59 Sizes 1 to 6 Kiddies' Sandals White, Tan or Patent $1.00 More Wear Per Pair Creations .f Of ^ FOLDING LIPSTICK MEN'S WORK Easy To Wear — Hard To Wear Out $| .59 Sizes 6-11..V.. * ENDI€OTT JOHNSON s H ° E 738 Cumberland Street FACTORY DIRECT TO YOU. STORE Lebanon, Pa. M4 JOHN E. BARRETT, FA.AUTHOR,POET AND EDITOR, DIES Bcranton, Today.— (ff>). —John B. Barrett, 84, author, poet, editor, and one of the-most prominent figures in. northeastern Pennsylvania, died today at his -home here after an.'illness or six years. He was. a native of Ireland and came to this country when a youth and Immediately began a Journalistic career -with the late Joseph A, Soranton that brought him Into prominence. For years'Air.'Barrett -was editor of the Scranton Republican, and he was'regarded as a forceful writer J He also served as postmaster of \ Scranton. He was a friend of the late Charles Dana Glibson, 'of the New York Sun, and other leading newspaper figures of that, time. ' One of Mr. Barrett's greatest literary efforts -was "Red Shadow," a story ( of the Indian massacre at Wyoming. Pa. He also wrote "Penn- aylvanla," a song of the Keystone State, which received official recognition on the occasion of the dedication .of the BernardsStatuary at the Capitol In Harrisburg. The dedication took place during'* the administration of Governor John K. Toner. Mr. Barrett married Mary A. Kelly In 1876 and she died some years ago. Seven children survive him: Sister Mary, Sacred Heart order; Jerome K. Barrett, former assistant city solicitor; pa-ul V. Barrett, Frank J. Barrett, Mrs. Martin W. Collins, Forty Fort; Elizabeth and Florence Barrett, at home. • ' , • COAL MLERSSELECT CODE REPRESENTATIVES Retail Coat dealers are conducting nation-wide elections to select members of 45 Divisional Code Authorities to administer their Code of Fair Practice as approved or. Pebniarv 14, 1934 by President Roosevelt. " i Local dealers will vote for seven members to be elected In Division No. 7, which Includes that entire portion of the Sta.te of Pennsylvania lying to the east of. and including the following named counties: TIo- ga. Lycoming, Clinton, Union, Mifflin, Juniata and Franklin except 1 the area Included in and dafined as Division No. £ • . . All voting Is by mail, and «re days have been set apart £or the mailing o.f ballots. The mailing period expires at midnight May 1, 1934, and any ballots postmarked /after that time will, not.be counted. Every retailer of solid fuel, -which includes not only-.coal, but coke and wood as well, is eligible to vote. Re- tailors are defined by the code aa persons or companies, selling or selling and delivering solid fuel lii "othr er than railroad cars or cargo vessels." Kach retailer's ballot will be counted as one vote; plus one additional vote fqr each 600 tons of such fuel sold In 1933. The code authority members •wtfll be elected., for one year terms, and will be In charge of all administration of tho code within the division they represent. The divisional organisation com- mlt^ee has made arrangements for the election here to be conducted by the Chamber of Commerce of Read- Ing, 231 -North Fifth stro.ot, which agency will supervise the voting, and from wham official ballots and 1 complete information may be oibtaJn'ed • The membership of the divisional organization committee consists ,of John F. Morritt, chairman, Reading- Charles F. Askey, Wljllamsport; and Clarence M. Gockley, Allentown; Stiver Enamel, wi* P^T. fl.M. Cre.m H<M(C Camp**, (ISO Owl*. CompiM in Bl«* SU»«r Ecumd, UprtM fe KM. 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MOBILOIL - MOBILGAS - MOBILGREASE U. S. TIRES SOCONY SPECIALTIES (formerly at 15 S. 9th Street) E. L. SEARS, Manager. VACUUM OIL CO., INC. A Socony Vacuum Co.-Phone 1161 I * What's Right-What's Wrong j This story is of an upright citi-, zen of a small community. He i« u ! righteous and religious man, beln& very active in church and Sunday school work. ! You can Imagine his embarrassment when neighbors were told that he bad an automobile accident as the result of his having been drunk, I And it i» a fact that tho gentlemen In question 'doesn't drink, but try and convince some of his friends that he doesn't. Dr. F. Scott MdBrlde, Anti-Saloon league leader. In . addressing the Evangelical conference hero laBt night old a story of a Chicago newspaper man who became intoxicated because he rom«m>bered that his editor said It wag okay for him to drink. This was during prohibition, of course. Dr. McBrlde held the editor ros-ponslblo a» the reporter who figured In a fatal accident while drunk. Maytbe so, maybe BO, but if our editor told us to drink— which he won't—.we'd retire to a home for mental defects if we followed o.it hia suggestion Just because he said so. A newspaper man generally is told by his editor not to drink, and so Dr. McBrlde'B story just doesn't make sense to UB. It's not that tho editor IB looking alter tho moral uplift of his report- era but rathor thai he demands accuracy In^thelr work. city Republican committee, took a different track. He expressed his friendship for Cox, then added: "Un- j fortunately, there are times when you can't do the things you would like to do." Tho fourteen councilman s-lgnod a round robin supporting Cox at yesterday's seselon. See It in tho News. TO rNSTASjii VOTING MAOHSMBS Phlladel'pih,lfl, Today. — (ff\ —rrh.e' county commissioners have agreed, to erjulp every election district in Philadelphia with voting machines before the election next November, They informed Rlchar^ J. Beamish, •secretary of the commonwealth,'. they woudd obtain 500 additional;-: machines, bringing the total ; to ; 1,900. ' Incldently other church conferences should talke a loaf from the •publicity program of tho E. C. convention. The publicity is being handled efficiently and thoroughly, so that the newspapers find I/, a pleasure to cooperate In covering the entire affair. MAYOR MOORE, COUNCIL ENDORSE COX NOMINATION . Philadelphia. Today.— (ff). —Mayor J. Hamipton Moor« und fourteen of the twenty-one city councilman en- dorM the candidacy of Council Pre.ftl- dent Edwin R. Cox for the Rftpub- .llcan nomination for lieutenant gov- Cox Is teamed with Lieutenant Governor Edward C. Shnnnon, who seeks tho-gubernatorial nomination, In what they term a fight against machine domination of tho party and I Rtato. Mayor Moorn, who had a previous [ sngagament, was reprcr.ented at. u dinner In OOX'R honor last nighf by David J. Smyth, city solicitor. Smyth sairt thai, "Tn my mind, Mr. Coi IR entitled to anything h» wants." M, H«lett, cbftinaA-B' at llu ' SELLING OUT ARROW SHIRTS AT HALF PRICE $1.95 Arrow Trump... Half Price $ Ml $2.50 Arrow Paddock.Half Price $1.25 $3.00 Arrow Mayfair.Half Price $1.5C( $3.50 Arrow Claridge.Half Price $1.7| $5.00 Arrow Baronet. .Half Price $2.50| SIZES TO 18. I MAURER THE HAT MAN Cumberland near 7th Street. m

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