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h 'IN ' V Ij^SDAY^OCTOBER 2I.J924_ THE EVENING GAZETTE POKl'IERVIS,N.Y. K l V r HAYNES SAYS ENFORCEMENT IS GAlNir SWING TO DAVIS ISWDESPREAD NEWSPAPERMEN HAVEfINEDAY AT HIGH POINT Prohibition Commissioner Re­ ports on Three Years Work ^ —Bootl^ Poisonous W ashington, Oct. 20 ^—M ote than j tjb their predictions of the 177.000 arrests for violation of the PiS^idfenVs election. Among the R e- V o lstead law have been made by fed-i> * publican .- m anagers at. W ashington .Vree theM^^^;^^4 panic as the reports of Re- publi<^li' defections ito Davis come in steeanfis'.firom the Middle W est and trans-MiSsissippi re^on. ,On h^s second trip to the Central West, Davis stirred thousands of vot- eral authorities during the last th years and violators have been sent­ enced in Federal courts in that per­ iod to serve an aggregate of nearly 7,000 years, according to a statem ent made by Prohibition Commissioner Haynes. Commissioner Haynes made the statistics public in an effort to con­ vince the public that prohibition en- W ashington, D. C., October 20—So m p id f^nd widespread has been the swing of ’Sentiment to Davis in th e last three Weeks th a t-h is election is j^-^ed of adequate highway construc- being l a k ^ for granted in quarters tion and im p rovem ent to the end that where in ^he .middle of September It Jersey's High Point Park in Sus- was believed President Coolidge could county may be made more read* no|; possibly lose. This change of j|y accessible to those who would en- Coiiditiohs is noticeable in the attitude joy j^g beauties wias revealed to mem- and utterances of c ertain partisan cor- -^ers of the - P a terson Pica Club, em- respondenis, who are now beginfiing bracing newspaper w riters from all 4.x,^ northern Jersey, and their friends, who Saturday afternoon were guests of the High Point Commission, the occ^ion being the club’s autumnal- tour. . • J i\ L ^ v e s on High Point P a rk’s wood­ ed hills and vales in summer dress, green ot countless shades, arc fast' turning to hues of copper .and gold ]^ k e blacklike , . . . . , surface glistening against the fall ------------- --------- -------------------------- The whole situation _ sun’s, blazing w a rm th; and above it forcem ent is becoming daily more ef- Ohio, Indiana, qh an eminence opposite High Point - - - ............. „,sin .M ^ soun since Mr. Davis =-ddj-esseB | Whole in majectic splendor. The New Jersey newspaper men, guided by ers to the highest pitch of enthusiasm. autum n ; and l^so i confidence in the Demo-depths reflect a M cratic .organizations of every state ho j __ ___ ^ jl^fective. H e finds that* l^burces of genuine liquor have been “largely cut off,” and that this has has • addresses , *in^‘ various parts, of those States. Democrats are now convinced that SAYS ROOSEVELT DODGES PRY ISSUE Orville S. Poland, head of the IjRgal department of the'A n ti-Saloon League of New York, speaking a t St. Johns Methodist Church in Newburgh, Sun-, day morning, October 19, said in part: Colonel Roosevelt spoke Prida> night in Elmira following Governor Smith’s speech there- Thursday night' when Governor Sm ith. reiterated his wet position and asserted his pHde in the fact th a t he had signed the repeal of the Mullan-Gage law. C o lon^ Roosevelt had a splendid opportunity to make himself absolutely clear as to his position on prohibition enforce­ ment, but once more he dodged and evaded. He said he would favor'* p u t­ ting the peace officers of the state “behind .the federal statutes.” The question is: How far-behind? . Gover­ nor Smith says th a t he now has the peace officers of the state behind th* federal statutes. Colonel Roosevelt probably does not have quite the same kind of. support in mind, because, while Governor Smith says that no law is necessary to put the peace of- You B e t say There is a “They n every family.’ rather is always Times-Union. black srieep “Be That as it may, the goat.”-^E'loriila Co. ' f u n e r a l DIRECTORS P ort jRRVia. H* Y. <41 F r o n t S t , TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT—^N oy . 1. Apartment, six rooms and bath, all improvements, ga.s stove and hot w ater, heat furnish­ ed. Apply Huegles- shoe store. 172 Pike street. 10-21-tf. SIR KNIGHT’S ATTENTION A special conclave, of Delaware Commandry No. 44 K n ights Tem p lar will be held at th§ Asylum in the Ma- sohic, Building W ednesday p,fternoon a t 1 o’clock sharp. For the pur­ pose of attending the funeral of Sir K n ight John Guenther. Full Temp­ lar uniform. Blake Rhoded, Em inent Command- forced bootleggers to turn to smug- ^ooTidge .can not ana, an ^ W ayne Dumont, president, and John g ling'but th a t the prospect for obtain-' the eiectora. ^ Stanton,, editor of the Sussex Inde- ing liquor from overseas is daily grow-Perident, secretary, of the High Point Ing dimmer. The commissioner sai,d,^” ^ ansa^s, w .i lam on i ^^jj^rnission spent several hours view- th a t m o re general realization ncepent ent can a e r ^ ing and analyzing the m agnificent pic- m ore than 90 per cent of the so-call-, m e n d e d CooUdges present. I in the press, never stated that he was ed bootleg liquor sold was poisonous' prospects and turned the tid ^ ‘listened attentively to th e de- in favor of the equivalent of the Mul- tow a rds Davis. In Illinois LaFollette ^ ^ ---- ---------- ----------- - -------- 1 , , ------- ficors behind the federal statutes, Mr, SAUSAGE— th a t is sausage. Yes, wb’ Roosevelt says that he is in favor of re there with th e bolonga, too. Schl- “proper” statutes to assist the state nnd, th e Butcher. 10-21-23 officers in enforcing the federal law.^ p q R SALE-i-A parlor stove* in gOod But why the fe d ^ a l law? Why condition. Mrs. R. A. Quick, 19 not a state enforcem ent act? Colo-jstreet. ________ ______ 10-21^23 nel Roosevelt has persistently refused MONTAGUE GRANGE— “Help yo.ur- to use the words which everybody un- i self” Chicken supper at R e inhardt derstands and has, so far as reported in the press, never stated th a t he was TRUSS EXPERT COMING We wish to announce the visit of the Coliings Truss Ex­ pert at the Brpek Hotel, Port Jervis, N. Y:, Weclnesday, Oc­ tober 22, from 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. and evenings 7 I m 11 self” chicken supper at Reinhardi 'Bros. Rock View House, Wed. Oct. 29 wa.s also a contributing factor In bringing about “victory of law and or­ der over the outlawed liquor traf- fickens.” “Jail sentences,” said the statement “are proving the real deterrent to law breaking. Cooperation between feder­ al and state authorities is improv­ ing.” \More than 400.000 stilla'and parts b ; ‘™ “ rtea’‘w ith''ailTositive of stills and about 39,000,000 gallons, President Coolidge Trill re- of distilled spirits, m a lt liquors, wine, \Harding maiorlties” even in etc., have been seized during the „„„„pded to three years. A total of 11,077 auto- strengtb is derived alm o st wholly from th e Republican rank and file. In the central pai-t of th a t state a trustw o rthy poll shows th a t for every D e m o crat who has turned to DaFol- lotte ten Republicans have joined his forces. j Following this violent reversal of condition's in the Middle West, it can States th a t are conceded^to him In­ cluding M a s^chusetts. Second. The LaFollette vote in the Central States will be won almost wholly from the Republican party. Third. Davis will carry every “bordoi- State-” and all the states in the Southwest. Fourth. LaFollette will take from mobiles and 4 44 boats and launches have been captured. “D u ring this period, more than 138,- 000 crim inal cases have been taken to federal courts. Of this number over 120,000 have been term inated, result­ ing in more than 94.300 convictions. “Thousands of other cases have been ' Coolidge Jit least six States—Wiscon- turned into local courts of which there five west of the Mississippi is no complete record. Fines of near- river. ly $lS,00n,000 have .been imposed, ov-j Fifth. All the changes taking place er $12,200,000 of which has actually ^^w and likely to take place before been collected and turned into the election are and will be in favor U n ited States Treasury. Last year -oovis and to the detrim ent of alone, the fines, forfeitures, etc., im - Coolidge. posed tot.aled over $7,000,000, of which Republican managers are badly ^ ^ m o r e tlian $5,000,000 has already been frightened and privately adm it th a t p^/collected. In addition, about $1,000,- their claims of two and three WeekS / 000 was paid by brewers during the hkve to be revised downward year in compromise of civil liabilities. M eantime the Democrats on th e basis j ception han, wnicn nas been m aae \The injunction, or padlock Is an- „{ actual investigations are adding to I attractive during tbc past, sev- other effective weapon. Since July, the num b er ot States \sure and pro- ,'>■«> months. Professor Otco H. Struck 1923, over 4,000 -such cases have been baWe\ for Davis. i*=tmed as a theatrical magician a de- tails of New Jersey’s effort thus far to m a k e the park a place of pilgrim ­ age for New Jersey families, and to tbP appeal of President Dumont, P a ter­ son attorney who is one of the chief sponsors of the park, for support in advancing the progress. Members of the Pica Club, holding a brief meeting a t the mansion, voted unanim ously to place and dedicate a' tablet to the memory of George W urts form er New Jersey secretary of state and a t -his death one of the oldest newspaper editors in Paterson in the Paterson Free Public Libi’ary, of which Mr. W u rts had been a m em ber of the board of trustees. The tablet to Mr. Wurts, who died recently in Paterson a t the age of 9?, and who continued his brilliant editorial w rit- ng until just prior to bis passing will be pl.'K’cd in the library corridor. Mr. Wurfc?, l.ad been editor of the P a ter­ son l ‘rti=^s a-nd later associate editor of the Paterson Press-Guardian, when the two papers merged. The tablet is now being designed by Gaetano Fed- erici, Paterson sculptor of internation al prominence. Ford W. Margarjum, of Sussex was leloeted an honorary member iof the Idea Club, a t the meeting. A fter the m^^eting in the gre.at er- ception hall, which has been made instituted. In more than 3,200 cases injunctions were granted over 2,650 of which have been made perm anent. About iso such cases have been insti­ tuted against breweries. ' Of thos§ granted seventy-two have been made permanent and twenty-nine breweries' have been actually closed. “The heaviest penalty ever imposed INCREASE IS SEEN IN SMUGGLING AUENS N -“ ^ 8 ---------- Montreal, Oct. 20—^The smuggling cade ago, and at one time considered j a rival of H erm an the Great who now resides near ColesvlUc, entertained for half an hour, amazing those A’ho w it­ nessed with his dexterous feats w ith {cards, coins and other implements of He was accompanied nt the piano by Mrs. Miles K. Wilson, lan-Gage law—^the people would know what this, meant. Would these words :^corch his lips? Or Is it because Re­ publican stum p speakers and Repuss- lican district leaders in G reater New • Y ork are assuring the Metropolitan voters that nothing is ijoing to be done about prohibiten this year no m a tter who is elected? —th a t enforcement Will be left strictly alone? Colonel Roosevelt is straightforward about a good many things, why doesn’t he come clean on the prphibiton enforce­ m e n t question. Every time an explan- atoin of his ambiguous speech of ac­ ceptance is aSked, he backs into a cor­ ner a n d . petulantly says, “anyone who questions me on th a t calls me a liar and I am no liar.” Tickets $1.00, ANYONE having pictures framed at H jorth’s, kindly call fo r them ■ ^10r21-23 ALL MEMBERS N. Taft Chapter, No. 446 are requested to meet at M ason­ ic Hall at 1:15 F. M, Wednesday, Oct. 22, to attend funeral of i o u r deceased Patron John ■ Ml. Guenther.i Anna B. Van inwegen, W. M. ltd ATTENTION Fowler Hose 3. All mem bers will meet M truck house, W e d ­ nesday, Oct. 22 a t 8:30 A. M. in. full uniform to attend funeral of our late brother Peter Accordino. Sec’y. ltd I MEMBERS of Laurel Court. No. 58 O. of A. will meet at Masonic Hall at 1 P. M. W ednesday to attend the fun­ eral of Sir K n ight John M. Guenther. Anna Lewis R. M. M. Lillian Young. Sec’y. = ltd ATTENTION, B. P. O. B. Regular meeting tonight at 8:15 Buffet lunch. J. W. Bierlein, Sec’y l td O r iental R u g s “Oriental rug” i.s a general term ap­ plied to rugs rn^’ide in., the Orient— Cinnese, Bokhara. Caucasian, Turki.^^h, Persian and Indian. Mc-.st of these rugs have a velvet pile, but Keliins are wqven flat, nearly alike on both sides, while Cashmeres have a flat face wUh a weave peculiar to them­ selves. ' OWLS All members of Port Jervis Nest No. 1633, O. O. O. are requested to mee< at Odd Fellows Hall, Wednesday, Oct. 22 1 P. M. to attend the funeral of our deceased brother John M. Guen­ ther. J. R. Thorton, Pres. ltd. M. Hock and Ladder Co. All members are requested to meet at the truck house W ednesday. Octo­ ber 22 1 P. M. to attend the funeral of our deceased member John M. Guenther. W e a r caps. K, Bodle, Pres. .ltd jthe ^Canadian border has 4„ anv one ease was ,ev e e n s p i r i v \ - p a p e n n e n an a ,ha.r and involved a fine of $21,000 and a sentence of twenty years In jail. “A well organized perm it system has effeotimlly curbed the leak from bonded warehouses. There has been a reduction in withdrawals of about 7,000,000 gallons from that in 1921. It is estimated that less than 10 per cent of the entire production of indus­ trial alco’hol is involved in illegal transactions, a substantial quantity of which is Infer seized and destroyed. “An extceino reduction in the use of m edicinal wines as a beverage has re­ sulted from medicating the wine, ren­ dering m edicinal preparations con- taning wines’ for beverages. 'With­ drawals of wine during the last year were only a little over 4,000,000 gal­ lons, over half of which was used for sacram e n ta l purposes. “The practice of smuggling exported ^ whisky ’back Into this country hai been practically elim inated by cur­ tailing exportation.” of aliens into the United States across gygg^^ increased the stay a t High Point P a rk ! guests s r . U ? ' S i , r , gration for M ontreal. He said the ^ Various k>f the m a n sions rooma. American consular offices throughout decoration of which has been well Canada were crowded .with appica-- A ttractive folders, descriptive tions for admission to the United io',000-acre park^ the gift in States. ^ ' 3922 , of Colonel and Mrs. A n thonyK . “There are sufficient on the wait- qj Bernardsville, and accepted ing list in M ontreal to provide for . Governor Silzer in 1922, were avail- Of next visitors. Copies cf a poem, j “A W elcome' to the Pica Club,” w rit- quota ’ulfillment f until July year,” said Mr. Wixon. , Jails near the border are f i l l e d j j VanFredenberg, i with men and women of many also presented. j tionalities who sought to evade the { members of the High Point im m igration law , the local Im m igra- P a r k Commission in addition to Mr. tion authorities have been informed, and Mr. Stanton are : ,Dr. D. while rum runners are turning their ^ H a g e r’ty, Newark; Gertrude S. Bo- din e, Trenton; Felix Fuld, of NewarK. OBITUARY. ttentiori from liquor to aliens. Reports of immigrants having been throw n in the D e troit and St. Clair rivers when the men convey­ ing them across were threatened with capture 'by patrol boats, have been received here. “Hi-jackers.” who agree to get the alien across the border, but en route rob them of John Silva John Silvn, e form er yrell known re­ sident of this city, died at his hQ p f No. 102 W ayne Street, Jersey early Monday morning after a long ill ness. Mr. Silva resided in this City t t i ‘ many years w h e re he was employed by the E rie ’ R ailroad, as trainm a n and conductor His wife, Mrs. U d a Silva died Feb. 14, 1919, H e was a-.member of Neversink Lodge No. 253 Brother­ hood of Bail Road Trainm en and Em - Aerie No. 544 F raternal Order of 'Eagles.' ■' ■ ‘ M’ ? Mr. Silva is survived by one sister The party then motored down the m o u n ta in to Sussex Tnn where a buf­ fet luncheon had been ta.^tefully and generously prepared m the inn’s a t ­ tractive lounge room. George H. Burke, of Paterson, member of the Passaic Valley Sewage Comission, and treasurer of the Pica Club pre- every-thing they posseSs, are re p o r t- ' and during th e luncheon guests | ed as active. 'end members of the organization spoke T h e existence of a r gIgSantic ’briefly. I t was a t this time th a t Presi- “ring” with headquarters in Mon- Dumont of the park commis- Jreal, is suspected. Islon, was called upon by W illiam M. ’ ^ ----------- - ------------------- - (McBride president of the Pica Club SAYS HE KIELED ' m a n aging editor of the Passaic C A V C U tM C C T I ? H e rald,’ to recount the progress tha«, l U O i l V Cl n i l l l o C L r far m a d e in advancing the park^pro- --------- - i ject. Commissioner Dumont explain- Comstock, Oct. 20—- Salvatbre Lorn-' southern New Jersey leg- bardi, eonvicte<l m urderer who is jsla to r s had th u s ’ far been prevailed serving a sentence of * o m 2 0 |,gpQjj but little attention to years; to life, has confessed” that^ ho development of High Point P a rk killed W'illiam Dillon, a trusty, W ar- th a t, because of this copditlon den'W illiam H. H u n t, of the G reat • appropriations for the work had been Meadow prison here, said today.red w ith the utmost difficUy, but The w arden ^ i d th a t Lombardi de-i ^ 25,000 ' h a v ing been allowed for the clared th a t he killed Dillon to save year July 1924 to 1925. This he ex- E E f “E-Erm: Inw, Mrs. Lillmn, G n epp of Jersey eonfinement p i # n sbhthcrm was killed while standuing. in iine approach to the mansion within the' with more than a hundred other co n - 'p a r k is being improved and widened, victa preparatory to entering the anti Mr, D um ont mentioned the largOi mesa hall, is 'alleged t o expense that this w o rk alone entailed 41 . , warden and other prison officials,He concluded urging the pewspaper, ■\“ *> ii.on fo support the proposals tor aae-..; in t e r m ^ T ’^riU be In X.eureJ Orov. Bfllon Was murdered from i q u a te hfeKwaye in approach to the. Dillon s clothing and then stabbed parkr him. Lom b ardi said he and l^llon had quarreled and that Dillon bad thX^eatened to Hill him* Dillon’s sentence* was nearly up« w itlls LmstaNM w snld im y i I City. The body will b© brought to this city and the funeral which win he in charge of the Trainmen, will be bold Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In cemetery. EiBmnem E d u e c H 6 n ^ v Education is simply* the soul of « ioclety as It passes from ini# o D o tb e r* ^ . IL O u i to poMis'te iiit« f- F t o m t h e T a l m u d L«t ds rejoice that there sre chest*' m beggars. For wf should sW dally I« r s « n w i * «l*# A«)n«b. « w .MW. PALACE THEATl^ TODAY \^Wben Is Daddy Coming Home?’^ The young district attorney couldn’t tell her—^but he did a lot toward restoring her “daddy” to home and happiness in “AFTER THE BALL” Song and Story by Charles K. Harris. Producer Renco Filiii Co. Director- Dallas Fitzger­ ald. Scenario James Colwell. . WITH— GASTON GLASS MIRIAM COOPER EDNA MURPHY ROBERT FRAZER TWO-REEL TELEPHONE GIRLS Mat. 2 : 30 , 20 c Eve. 7 : 30 - 11 , 20 c, ChHdren ISc WEDNESDAY “THE VIRGINIAN” For twenty years “The Virginian\ Has bera csXL- ed “the great American romance. . Now .you’ll say it’s, the great romance of the screen! An American classic, teeming with the laughter and tears, tingling with thrills. Made on a mighty scale, in the heart of the west. A picture for the whole family to see, and talk about! \When You Cafl Me That-r^mae!” : E . . ■■^h', ' E; ; , Kenneth Hafl^, Florence Vidor,. Riusell SQnpMiii,; PatO’MaiUey, Raymond llatton TWO-REEL CENTURY COMEDY M4inee2:30 , 1 .25 Cents AdWit 25c, CKU nb 20c S». New B road B ack Truss We want to demonstrate to you absolutely wihout a penny in advance, our new inven- tion for holding afEciJt: or aggravated cases cf mptiire whether of Inguinal or bW bilical character. If you are ruptured you should be inter­ ested in our. ability to fit you ' with a truss that will do its work properly and give you the greatest ease and comfort possible. Scientific and Practical This new- Coliings Truss is based on. the most scientific principles for holding a rup­ ture. It is not only represen­ tative of mechanical perfec­ tion but contains that super­ power for holding a rupture without discomfort, and that makes for a complete recov­ ery where this result is pos­ sible. Contains No Springs ITiere are no springs or metal parts used in this new truss other than the small necessary buckles; instead it is made .of high grade elastic web with soft, pliable cloth back made wider so as to dis­ tribute the pressure over a broader surface. Prevents all cutting and chafing, and gives the necessary uplift to the pads. It Holds the Rupture It is easily, quickly and per­ manently adjiisted so an even and uniform pressure can be constantly maintained at anv desired tension. The patented sectional pads are adaptable I and will fit any kind of rupF- ture. As the cure progresses the pressure can be lessened without a change of pads. It Slays Put When, placed in position, the Truss stays put and does not skid or slide. Regardless of the position of the wearer’s body; stooping, jumping or standing erect, the Truss re­ mains firm and set, and ad­ justs itself as the occasion de­ mands. Comfortable Day or Night To do its maximum amount of good, a truss should be worn continuously ^ day and night. Upon retiring many, people remove th^ir truss, with the result that the weak*\ jened muscular tissues, relax I and oftentimes allow the rup- , tore to .assume the form of the original protrusion. This new Truss can be worn at all times: The Coliings Truss Experts —-Give— FREE DEMONSTRATIONS FOR ONE DAY ONLY T O N p A Y / 0 ^ J ! 2 ^ Every ( ruptured persoa- sho^d visit PUT Truss Expert nd^l^arn whht genuine truss- comfort means.^ No,charge’ for demonstration or infoima? ’ti o n . ; -’’ (^pC W. A. CHIUNCS, JeCj^ W a t e r t i ^ l L Y*

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