Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1926 · Page 1
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Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania · Page 1

Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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Friday, May 28, 1926
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Ago A tor y get onft tah get A, Qdifen at * ' '- f MM t* 1 ) ''" * / " and The Lebamm tfcflily Times THIS NBWSPAP&RJMCKjyBS THE FVtK 88%VWE$£..MtE UNITED 1>&BSS"AS$OC1ATIGV ni Santera Rafufdaj-, rtfftfetfy tnoderato north shifting 53rd YEAR-No. 257, ^M^*^^!' .SMSdg LEBANON, PA,, FRIDAY EVE^SS, MAY 28 Tp26~ Entered us Second-Class Matter at the Post Office at Lebanon 24 PAGES—TWO i J. V .1 MONESSENpST ABLE WAS ARRESTED FOR FWECTION HE PROMISED TO LAW VIOLATORS . " ' 'V ' .. • Internal Revenue Agents And County Authorities Made The Investigation-^Cost $125 Monthly To Operate 200 Gallon Still! < CSp«chU to Newn by, United" Pre»D .Greansburs, Pa,, Today, — Following an Investigation by-county authorities and Internal revenue-agents, Andy Dudas, of Monessen Is' under arrest here, 'charged with extortion in an .alleged: scheme .to obtain funds in return for "protection" for violators of the liquor laws. Dudas was arrested last. night in Monessen. He is- constable of The First 'Ward. ,, • ' ' '/*•-'• The arrest followed a',pre-arranged meeting between Dudas and Archie Negelman -of Monessen. Negely man told authorities he had been offered protection for the operation of a 200 gallon still at the rate of $125 a month. ' Negelman last night Js said to have han'ded Dudas two marked bills one of $20, 'and'one of .$6. Dudas then was arrested and lodged in the county Jail here. "..,.' Death Penalty For Thrpe Murderers , Instate Prison at Eddyville, Ky. State Prison Bddyville, Ky.'...Today.—(United Press)— Three,men paid the .extreme'penalty In the electric chair-here today. They we're Elisha Sloan, 28, Pe:ry County; Edward Lake,., 27, Louisville, .and John Hiker, a Louisville negro..- • : .',..* ,. Jr i . ' Sloan was execut?^ first. Ho.was pronounced dead: at 12:55 A, M. He h-ad .been convicted of murdering a'.ptfyfjlclan. : .••'' Lake was next to die at .1:11 A. M. He was convicted of slaying his wife and another woman- ' ,'-.';• . The k;st to die was the negro, Baker," also convicted of murdering his wife. He was pronounced dead,at 1:25 A.M. , REPORTS W'DECMRES HARRY BAKER * -'' Will Not Relinquish Chairmanship .. Of Republican State Committee I ' IS A CANDIDATE For Re-election And Will Remain One ' Until Elected Or/.. Defeated Philadelphia.— Reports that he would relinquish his office as chairman of the Republican State Committee without a-fight were characterized by ,W. Harry Baker today as "rot." ' . V "There have been persistent rumors lately," said Mr. Bakerf upon his arrival from HarHsburg, "that (Continued on T"aig e Three) 20,000 K.K.K. Will Parade at Scranton On Saturday Row Garages Burn At Tarentum Today Tarentum, Pa.; Tod^y—A row of frame garages in the rear of tho •building occupied by the Tarentum Valley News, was destroyed by fire early today with an estimated loss <tt §20,000. . • A portion of tho Valley News building was damaged by flames, but publication of "tho paper will not bo hindered. COMMUNITY MEMORIAL SERVICES AT TRIM. LUTH. PAUL BLEISTHN TURNS UP At FORT^ROYAL Informs -Parents. That He' Is Enjoying Army Lif e O.K. HE DECLARES Enlisted In- The United States Field Artillery "O, ' K. enjoying army life. Don't worry about me. . This was the telegram received Thursday evening by Mr. and M.rs., Aloysius Bleisteln,- of 2414 West Lehman street, from their son, Pp,ul, , who since Monday has been missings! •from hoine without an inkling of his , whereabouts. Residents of West Lebanon Rev. C. E. Keiin Has Ar• ranged^ Very Appropriate , P'j o r g r am To Commemorate Day. .. THREETSERVICES • , A series of three Memorial services will be conducted ] n Trinity Lutheran church on Sunday. - A memorial service -by the Bible School nvill be observed at 9:30 A M., under, the auspicles; of Trinity's' World War ex- sen r lce'men. and'will be in 'meiuorj' of thp, Trinity's two gallant heroes who have departed this life since th'e. Anmistke. Th e address; vr\ll be delivered by Cap/;' Charles aelbhard. The congregational memorial sorvJlce at 1,0:45 A. M . wiy he in. memory--of Trinity's,27 mem(ber s and friends who entered t be chu'rch triumphant eiince last Meimbrlal dav. Tho pastor's sermon will '"'be ' on tlip theme, "Crossing Th e Jprdan." A |great community memorial (Continued- on Paso Tlilrtwn) ' Scranton, Today—When Iclansmen marcft In their parade here tomorrow they .-\v4ll, wear their, robes but/ the masks will not be in use. >TJ\q c iin'ayor. has' refused perim'tesion-for *the Vear- ing o-rmasks' / a>d ha& directed police to stop" the parade if any 'attempt is mad e to <llsre.garci his order. Leaders in thte klan eay at least 20,000 members will -march.' After the parade, the klansm'on ar^ to meo^ in West Scrantoo' on ' g-round loaned theni by tho school Tjo^d. Th e ,latter granted perm'telion to the klarismen for the use..of. this proiperty after mayor Jerrnyii declined to let the members meet at Nay Aug park or in and other city owned ground. , t ^i • ' .' ' • All Beidleman Petitions Were Withfewil Today Pittsburgh, Today—!Sirpporte~r 8 of E. B. Beidleman today abandoned their attempt to attack the official returns.of the vofce in Jt/h e fight for the Repuibiican Gubernatorial nomination. < . ' The Beidleman appeal case ended officially when Judge John D. Sh'af- er, of ^Common .Pleas Court, this ajfternoon signed an order permitting the withdrawal of aJU Beidleman p&titions, attacking returns, in over 600 AWegheny« county .precincts. ' • (Continued or. Page Ten) • • i For Quality try John Dickinson 5c Cigars Studebakor Standard Six Coach Only $1105.00, Luncheon and Picnic Suggestions Superior Brand Po^to Chips , Choice Peanut Ratter Jfr8. S&aorer'q Belishes «Xw 'S«Jo «t Our Stands ' All Markets Saturday AND ALBRIGHT GpttSir For Memorial Day at HARPEUS FINISHED THE INSPECTION OF CITYJCHOOLS Slight Repairs Needed At Nearly All The Buildings Members of the scnool 'board, completed the annual inspection tour ^. the public school, buildings in the ity, Thursday afternoon, when all north side buildings were inspected. ( ...-.• All buildings were found to be in fair shape with a 'tow exceptions where flaws in' roofs, windows and (Continued on Page Twelve) Retail Affairs Com. to ' Take'Action on Half ^ Holiday Movement NOTICE Tho Semi . Weekly News on Monday, Mny Slst, will bo print- otl Saturday evening, Mny 20th. Decoration Day falling this year on .SunUny is to b 0 celebrated Monday—henco tho change of time. , Advertisers and correspondents please note change and hn,ro copy at News onicc early'for Monday's edition, which will bo printed Saturday evening. Dbg Bit Norway's King Near Oslo (Special to News by United Press) Oslo, Today— King Haakon, of Norway, was bitten In tho left arm yesterday by a dog. He tried to fight off the animal with a cane as. it sprang towards him while ho was. taking a walk after luncheon at his summer residence near Oslo. It was believed his Injuries are not serious. SPECIAL Peanut Hash, 35c Lb. Mellow Fudge, 49c Lb. Peach Marshmailows 49c Lb. For Quality a»d Service Sweefoud Confectionery WANTED YOUR AUTOMOBILE We tiavo a great luauy Jiiqulrles for good -iised cars. Now Is • e golden opportunity to t»-a4e lw t or a wow caiw«ither a ' "70" WjllyS'Knigljit Sedan \ ,,,. $1495 nn . A%< r , V ' ¥*??Uj,V<4 «93'» LEFT FOR HOME. j'lr. and Mrs. J. H. Bra\dt ( of Conshbhocken, former parishioners of the Rev, William F. Bare, returned to their home today, after spending two days here as guests of Rev. and Mrs. Bare, of East Lehman street.j Rev. Bare and Mr. Brandt returned from the East Pennsylvania Synod at LitHz, together. •...•• STUDBBAKER BIG six SEDAN INSURE HAM3WAR. Stay In Lebaiion MemorialDay Monday, May 31st, 1926 O O'clock x ' ' A, M. Parade—Patriotic Organizations, . Memorial P.ay Bxewsises, Aft. Definite, action for a uniform half day clos'lng movement for the storss of the cltyV. will likely be taken on Tuesday morning next, when the Retail A,ffairs"'-'Committee of the Chamber of Commeroe-will hold the fir'st"of Us regular summer meetings, as agreed upon, when the committee organized last week. Other matters will come up for consldera-. tjon:,and action. The committee will continue to meet on the first Tuesday of each month throughout tho.i year.'. • 9 • Largest Class i>f Graduates In History of Jonestown High \ i ..:•'-. ' / Jonestown High School, Thursday evening, June 3rd will graduate the largest class in its history when' twenty members of the senior class will receive diploma s at the annual ommencement exercises. The Commencement exercises will >e held in the St. John's Reformed church, Jonestown. Dr. H. M.. J, Klein;', heijd of .the Department of History at Franklin 'and Marshall College, Lancaster, who is an orator and prominent educator* will deliver he address. POISONED FOUR RACE HORSES AT .ILLS. 200 Boats Transfer The Flood Victims (Special to News by Unl'.od Press) Moscow, Today— Two hundred boats were assisting today in. transferring the 20,000 inhabitants of Pokrovsky, Russian town flooded by the rising waters of the Volga River, -to, nearby points of safety. .Pokrovsky Uos across tho stream .from the city of Sakratov. 'Floods have done considerable damage .throughout the river valley. * INSURE with IIAMMAR. NOTICE Block Dance fi St. Carnival liberty Sqt ire , :•'.'. , 8 O'CLOCK ; •• ' TONIGHT MBBRV MAKERS ORCHESTRA Ice Cream, Cakes, Candy, eto. • Benefit of Liberty Firs Co. ' (Special to News by United Press) Aurora, Ills., Today— Turf v of the nation today were shocked £i , ex P° SQ <>* a Poison plot .In which two meu confessed; poisoning four thoroughbreds '.ente'ted in ^'thb Illinois handicap, feature, race, 'on Thursdays horse racing, program .at tbo Aurora track. The expose, it was believed, may endanger the turf-sport in this area. First indication, of the poison plot came a few minutes before the horses were to have been called to the post for the day's feature race. A brief announcement' that four of the horses were ill and that the race had; been called off, dlsappoint- (Contlnued on Page Ton) . John.Waldenberger's Bicycle Recovered John Waldenberger, of Route, 5, North Third Avpnuq, on Thursday' .afternoon reported the theft of n bicycle, which was recovered at 8.00 o'clock, P.,M<) Thursday evening, on South Eighth street, near the coun- •ty jail. The ^vehicle was stolen, while parked at the Franklin school bidding, Tenth; and ^yalnut Sts., where- Mr.. Waldenber.ger attends continuation school. The bicycle was an Elgia model,, painted rod. BY THE COUNTY SCOUTCOUNCIL Action Was Taken On Number Of Important Matters Members of the Lebanon GouMy Council of Boy Scouts, on Thursday evening held one of their three meetings of the year, af the, Cham- >er of Commerce 'rooms. Thirty- ive men 'were present — nearly all of the members of the council, and President HarHsoti Souder presided." Executive WUliani Abbott dls- (Continued' on - Twelve) RUM CHASERS AID ,i , _"*•_ » « f Ocean City, Md'.*, Today-^-( United Press')— Two speedy little rum chasers .were J today*dispa,tched from the coast guard station at Lewes, ; Dpl v to aid a three, moated, schooner Xlfli 1 nil • i<»o ./ tftjiM .•»* * l**f M Ju Uli.A. __ •'..^ . * „ ' WOMEN APFI AS BURN) CORKAR] Members Of tbe!jS| Auxiliary """" • man THE LEG-ITIj Displayed When! 'Em, Gil-lies, V" • -Em, Was Rei * ered • $ , i> ' *,, f. *f?; Members of the Ladles'^i of the Vetorans ot, 'Forel demonstrated to a large " Thursday evening that ^ esual to r men s o far as thVa* strelsy was concerned. The 1 presented on the third, flcL Vets home, Chestnut street o'clock. 't,w Replete with songs,';daal . (Continued anjp^e "'JJtjJl WILLATTENl A MEETINl QIJAKEf • '- ^• < .''v!$ About 75 faember^il . Salvation; A*m,v £ Tomorrow * rai attempts to reaoli' the vessel In a bat. 'The high seas, however, beat their craft back. '• '- * / Y^GGMIBN BUSY, Philadelphia, Today — (United Press)— Yegg;*en last night made five, atempts to blow safes In widely separated sectipifs of the city, Police surprised three men at the office of the Solarbar Manufacturing' company and after-a chase, captured one 'Two : safes in' gas filling stations aT P ^J°?v, 0d °!, $100 ' InVothSr atempts the robbers were unsuccess- Just Received New Men's Oxfords, $2,98 BOMB WRECKED HOME. , Pittsburgh, Today _ s Hiir^r, f , bomb «p tile-Hill district here today, - a two story building was wrecked eight persons including a woman and four children were hurled from the ? v f .75 Army of ''this- 4 Ipave J ror " Philadelphia Vo morning at 7:00 o'olook/ •will • attertd J a Toun* p035.of-.the' Salvation n ^eS^on both Sftturd«a ay,, -They.-will be transport bene. Qf.the Congress 1 vey Steokbeck's, trucks, r 4 ,* Tho deleg-aUon wJUube of Capt. Clark 1 Elttle.,: All 0' th , e Girls Guard, In ohl Jennia Mark,s, and ,th'e .8, Band, headed by 'Bandr liam .Price, will attend?A' So that the members U> take part in the Ju Parade on Monday mor»ta will-return to thls« city J evening, Music wJll S. A. Boys', band of the two days' sojourn Studobakor Standard Six Sedan Only For Auto Insurance isee Sprecher Presentation ojf Cannon South Side Park, Hon, A\ W, Johnson, Gen. P. D. Beary, orators. ( ' P, M. 9tfO P'cloclc. BASEBALL . Albright-Lebanon Valley G. A. B. and V. S. Veterans Jo nisifonn invjtea to *jaw- OPENING Riverside Park NKAtt Jonestown, Pa. Big Time In Store For All Danceland Pop «OT JlarmOpy - PANCIN0 8,30 Till IJJ.OO Sat, May 29, 1926 l4MJlcc Ppee Gents' 25o PwrcJI} 10o to Kvei'ybody Busses Leavjaw 9tli, and Willow at J.80 P, M, and 'half |J,JS^I(H|I Palace Special k Chocolate *9Q«« Peanut Clustor* .... lb, VvC Waluut and Brazil AQf* Rolls Jb. See Our \Vlndow< Display For Fresh Home~ftfa<]e CANDIJBS For Decoration Day Prices to sulj all, ICE^BAM Always beat ift town. Fresh Ftuit Sodas In 6th St. Market House TROOP ON^J, p. S..A. Saturday, May 29th Se?Theligi^Sdiool Play Tonight "THIS WHOLE) TOWN'S TALKING" LKPANON HIGH SCHOOL AUDI. •'•:• " 8 p, »|. Admlasiou, 78o .and, 80c. "DOCTOR JIM" Presented by Heidelberg Orange, Schaofferstowtj. • , ", P, 0. S, of A, Hall, Jonestown § ? turday l May29 l &P,ML: tift'MewipH Tomflildebrand,ff Daughter, Visitipgl Home:of *- % T. K, HUdebranfl ^ tor, Catherine, of H., arrived in this city are the. guests of Uy, ,of Chestnut uv . wwl . , Mrs/HUdebrand and dausl ed here over the Mphaw| enjoyed the beautiful Portsmouth Navy Tard^l yearg and will spead r'*^ cation here, J, BIG DANCE SA of J*fep a^'^o^ Wfr 8,, /) -•£? * IfA

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