Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 4, 1929 · Page 24
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v^f' r Legal Blanks of All Kinds Can Be Obtained In the Altoona Mirror's Business Office Eltoona tttot. J i 't 1 j 4, < The Altodha Mirtor Gives Preference to Local News, But Telegraphic News Is Nbt Neglected 24 ALTOONA, PA., MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4, 1929. DEATH RECORD. MUS. K8Tlir.Il MlfSSKR WKAVF.n Wife of William I 1 . Weaver, died at her homo, 115 West Twelfth «lrc-ot, Tyrone, Satin day ivflot-noon at i o'clock, death following an illness of two yearn. Khe W.-IH the daughter of William nnd Martha Musser and WHS born at .State College, Feb. ID. JS82. She was united in mniHiige with William I'. Weaver (in June 2, l'M'2, and hnd resided in Tyrone foi- the past twenty-four years. Surviving nr<! her mother, her husband, one daughter, Mrs. riunlce ITlggin.i, AHoon.-i, and one son, Hnrold C. Weaver, Mana.ugua, Nicaragua; three brothers, Daniel i Musser, Chester Hill: Carl MIIHSPT ami Olin Musser, I'lillipslmrg. She WIIH a member of Die United liretlnen church nnd (he Sunday school. Funeral Hervicc will )>r row! lifted In I lie j First L'nltid Hrelhren elmreh Tuesday ! afternoon fit 2 o'clock by Key. John i Watson. Following the service, tlm ; funeral enrtcge will go lo rhllip.sburg where burial will be nmde. MILS. M:CV MK.'HKAHV Wife of (.Jllberl MeCruary of Kproul, died at tlie Hay Stuck suiiltorluin ;it Cumberland, Mil., Monday. Oct.. 2H, (it (1 o'clock of u complication nf dl«- easCH. She -wan horn ut Ml. Savage, May 23, 1003. Him W:IH u diiiighlur ot Mr. mid MI-H. Noah I.og.sdon and -van united In miirrliigrt with (illbni-t AIi:- Crenry In November, IUI7. To tlilM union four WHIM wuns born. Tim yoiingewt son, Lullier, died In May, 1927. She is .survived by her htiHhand, t'lllbert Mi-Creiiry who i« n imtient In thn G'rcsHon sanltorlum, and thrco sons, Uiiymond and Koburt. at Crcfutnn and Kuguno at Sproul. Khe la also survived by her mother, Mrs. J'M Smith, and two Hlstors, Mrs. William Clltca and Mrs. Hobert Warner, all ot Cumbfrland, Md. Slio was it member of the Sproul Union eh\\re.h fu- ncrnl Rervlcojt wero lield on I''rlday at 11 o'clock by tin; pastor, ll'.-v. \i. JJ. Uarlon. Inloriri(.'nt. wu.s >nadi- In Sproul cemetery. MKS. ETTA /.I.MMKKKH Wife of Kmll Xi/nmei-ei- of 21)1)7 Fifteenth avenue, dli'<l at her homo ut 2.25 o'r.lock yesterday morning of a heart condition after Ihri-e year.')' Illness. Slio WHS b»rn at Ilollldii.vKbnrg, May 18. 18*1, a daughter of Marl in and Kathryn Kcphart. .Surviving are her husband, two sons and three daughters, Martha, Alfred, Herman, Kl.'ile and Etta Klmmerei 1 , all at home; her mother, four brothers find four Hi.stt'M, Krneat, Wllherl, nnd Cli«nt«r Kephai-t of Hnlllrlaysburg; Ch.'irle.i Kephdrt of MansHeld, O.; Mrs. .7. TJ. Trecse of HolllduyHhurg, Mrs. A. L. WambauKh, Mrfl. E. Hoblson and Mra. IS. Foust of this city. Mrs. Klmmerer was a member of the First IjUlheran church. Funeral services will bu held at tho First Lutheran chure.h at 2 tomorrow afternoon. Interment will bu made in Oak Ridge cemetery. CIIAHI.KS N. KVANS Son of Mr. nn<l Mr«. yanuii'l ftvuns, deceased, and a resident of Alloona died at Crenson on Saturday at 11,00 p. m., death was due to complications, He was born at Wllmore, Jan. 18, 1009. Surviving are thu following sisters and brothers: Daniel K., John T., Alma. M., all of Altoona, Harry W. of WlHIarnHport, Mrs.. Mnry Durhln oC .TohnHtown, Mrtt. Howard Paul of Lll- ly, Samuel W. of Sonman, Olive Criieu of PlttHbui-gh, Ida M. of South Fork, Lewis F. of United Stales navy ami Millo M. of KhoiiMlnirg. Funeral Herv- ices will he conducted at the. home of C, B. Galnes, 1528 Third street, Altoona, Tuemla$ ut 1.30 p. m. In charge of Rev. CJallagher followed by Interment In Lloyd cemetery at ICbensburi;. Thu remains may be viewed at the GainuH resldenec after a p. in. today. COMPANY G VETS RECALLJM DAYS Altoona Soldiers of Eleven Years Ago Were Stationed Near St. Benoit Preparing for Big Offensive. .IOIIN C. Well known resident of Brisbln, Clearlleld county, died at hlw lioniu there on Sunday, death being attributed to complications. VIH was born In Huntingdon county, July 27, 1850. Ho la survived by bin wlfo and tho following children: Joseph, James, Frank, Edward und Thomas (!al- lagher, and two daiighlura, Men. Margaret Lawliead and Mrs. John King. Ho 1* also survived by ono brother, Jamos Oallugher of Sleubenvllle, (). Funeral service* will bo unnductiid Tuesday morning at 0 o'clock in tins Sacred Heart Catholic church In Houtzdalo. Dclldi ut u Olillil. Robert Waller Hlgul, Infant -son ol Robert mill Miir«urut Sltfe) of Uilci!- mont, died at tlm parental homo' ut 10.20 o'clock Saturday morning of imcui- monla. The <!hlld WIIH horn July 12 of this year. Surviving urn Ihu parunls and ono Hlstur, Thclmu. ji'unurul m>rv- ICCB were held nt tliu liomu al II.HO o'clock this.morning. T'um-nil Niilicc, Funeral ncrvlctw for Jum<?.s TJ. Webber, former rcHldunt of Altooim who died Friday, will he Iwlil ut t/io lii home at Lutrhns Lnno uiul Old Lun- canter Road, Merlon, ut 1 o'cloi-k tu- "Wherc wore you rloven yours nga today, buddy?" Tills is th« question n.sluMl unions the ex-nrM'viccmc'n at Uilo period of the your na Armistice day Hoars. The parade; committee, of Ilii! Comjjiiny O Veterans' association had a K'ngthy discussion at a meeting Suniliiy afternoon, rccnlllng many Instiincps of those World war days of fclnvnn yL'TU'H »RO. It wiis at this period of the ycn.r that company G, JlOlh Infantry, 28lh division, comprised principally of yoiinjf in«?n of this city, was located In Huurnont woods near St. Benoit where tho unit wa.H holding thn line und preparing for an Intensive drive. Uurlng this iiffeiislvn there were over TOO disunities mirrored throughout tho 110th Infantry. A cold rnln fell almost con- Unually nnd the men wen: forced to Hl««|> In the mud. Tn tlm tnoi-nlng many of the, company G boys would arise to find UiornselveH covered with leaves that had ./alien during the night. Tin; falling of the leaves, thn falling of the soldiers and the armlHtlco (ire in unison with a poem by Fishur entitled "November." It follows: "It Is the trend of armies inarching near, From searlet lands to lands forever jial« ; It Is a btiKlo dying down the K' 1 '", It is tho sudden nushlnK of a tonr, And It. in hands that group at ghostly doors And romp of spirit children on tho, pave. It is Ihu tender HlKhliiR of thn brave Who fell, ah, long rif^o in futile wars. It Is such a sound UH death and ul'ler all 'TI.1 ljut lliu forest letting dead leaves fall." Company U veterans have often wondered If the phrase, "Forget thu war stuff," Is repented by only thoso whoso conscience troubles them for their lack of actlvltle.4 far their country during those war days. But a po'ein mimed I'TJie Armistice," echoes tho thoughts of those who don't forget. It follows: "Yes, I remember, buddy, 'tw,n,9 Monday, Pence at 11, they said, far days on days We'd wallowed al. the front In blood and mire, And we were tired, oh, dog tired, buddy, Ono hour more, and peace, until then war. Ho wo kept throwing shells .across the lines And in every weary heart thanked God for peaee; It seemed a dream, perhaps I really dreamed, For old familiar faces peered at me Aeros.s thu mux/.le of sizzling gun, And old familiar HcenaB formed mldat the smoke Of bursting shells ; at home by Christmas time With mother at the door, the tree BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED MRS. IlAKHAItA II. MAIITIN MRS. B. H. MARTIN HIGHLY HONORED Local Octogenarian Surrounded by Family Saturday In Celebrating 86th Birthday Anniversary. And she whose love hud licpt my heart aglow 'Ncath the mtutletoe. Then sudden pain and darlinoNS, Almost 11, utter night. They say that J shall never seo ngain Or walk upon the cool green grans of Hpring, That life must ebb upon this lonely c.ot. Almost eleven, tliankn, buddy, for the f'lKH, . , . Perhaps when next you come to bring mo eheer 'Twill liavy Htruck 11." Kvery man who ever served In company' Ct Is uslted to report to Commander Glair I 1 . Nale at the V. V. W. homo on Saturday, Nov., U at 2 p. in. to participate In the dedication of tho new Memorial home and the parade. Mrs. Barbara. H. Martin, widow of. the lute Josiali S. Martin of Suxton, Pa., on Saturday observed her 80th birthday anniversary und the event WH.H quietly but fittingly celebrated ut this home of her son, D. V. Martin, at 'MW West Chestnut avenue. She is enjoying fair health for one of her years and the day was" brightened by the assemblage of her Immediate family. Mrs. Martin has been residing with her son in this city since the death of her huBband in January of this year. Her only daughter, Mrs. Mabel Martin Duncan, came from Embro, Canada, to bo present at the natal anniversary celebration which began with a family dinner at the Martin mine at noon. In the evening there was an assem- ilage of her near relatives, including let 1 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Congratulations were extended n a pleasing manner by Rev. C. L. Nonemuker of Lnltemont and others )f thu immediate family and followed jy an excellent birthday dinner and an enjoyable soeiul evening. Mrs. Martin was born in Woodbury, Pa., Nov. 2, 1843, her maiden name be- ng Mi»s Barbara Hisong. She was narrled to Josiuh S, Martin at Pura- disc Furnace, Huntingdon county, Feb. 2, 1808. The sixtieth anniversary of Ihe marriage was fittingly celebrated on li'ub. 2, 1828, at Saxton, where they liad resided practically all of their married life. Tho union was broken by the Meath of Mr. Martin early this year and since thun the estimable woman has been a resident of this city. SOUTH LAKEMONT HOME IS BURNED Fire which (a believed to have been Ntnrtcd by an elee.trlr. short circuit in a baseboard receptacle, yesterday afternoon caused $l,r>UO damage at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Henry oC -108 Spranklo avenue, South Lakcmont. The blaze was confined to the Interior of the home and Included the loss of practically all the furnishings of the dining room nnd living roonv Discovery of the blaze was made by Mrs. McKlnley Barrett of 410 Sprankle avenue, a next door neighbor, U\i Henrys being In this city at the time at the home of Mrs. Henry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Glass of 225 East Third avenue. Volunteer fire com- pafiles from Ijnkcmont, South Lakemont and Holliduysburg responded and after about an hour's work had the lire under control. Mr. Henry, employed as a car builder by the Pcnnsy, had gone hunting on Friday, at which time Mrs. Henry and their children came to Altoona to spend several days at the Glass home. Mr. Henry returned Friday night and worked on Saturday, spending Saturday night and Sunday afternoon at his home. He came to the Glass residence at 1.30 Sunday afternoon, their home being unoccupied at the time of the lire. Firemen stated that a piano in the living room of the house, which is a story and a half bungalow type, was a mass of flames when they arrived and subsequent investigation indicated that thu (Ire had its inception in a baseboard receptacle near tho piano. Tho furnishings of the dining room and living room \yere completely ruined. No insurance was carried on the furniture but damage to the house Itself Is covered. The Henrys are stay- Ing at the Glass home until repriirs can bo made. Mr. and Mrs. Henry today expressed their deep appreciation to the firemen, also neighbors and friends who rendered service In connection with the Ire at their home. < morrow afternoon. Interment will be made in the Went Uim-ul Mill cuwutery. WIM- INKTAF.r. OI'FIOKRS. Tlm Columbian Clrc.lo ladles will hold Installation of o/lleei's this evening In lliu Knights of Columbus home at 11508 Twelfth avenue. Thu following olIlcurH will be Installed: I'resldeiil, Mrs. Alice Wise; vice president, MlHH Mitry Brnw- luy, secretary, Mrs, Ucgina Gallagher; treasurer, Mrs. Maudo Hntdley; marshal, Mrs. Knimii Whcrly; HcnUnal, Miss Mary Morgan. Mrs. Annlo f!il- martln, past president, will be the In- HlnlliriK oltleer. After (lie «urctnony and liiisiiiess, the new ollleers will be hoHtcssi-.'j to members of tht) circle. A WORD FOR NALE FOR CITY COUNCIL Wn who Ituow a Ntfiidy working I..MH NAT.E ax mail In limn <if I'KACK, and UH it UK SOI.DIHIt In tlnve nf M'Alt, IUHIU-, Hint hln KOll- CATIO.V, CHAHAC'l'Dlt, und Kltll.- ITV <nialtlle« IIIAI In every wny for CITY COHNCIl,, UK IH MKNTAM.Y, MOHAM.Y,' ivml VHVSI('AI.I,Y lit ami will K'vn J'mi 1IONKST, KI-'I-'I- CIKN'T, uml COl'ltTKOl'S KiTvlcn ut all tlme«. VOTK for TIIK I'Kdl'I.KS CAJS'DIDATK NDMINATK1), jfh-n Ilin Servicemen und tlt« wurkhiK men repreaentatluii In our CITY liOVKKN- MKNT. HIS WAK Ill'DDlKS Ol-' CO. U. Aeiv. HELP WANTED 5 Funiilnre SaK'siiu-n, ,'< (Carpet SalfsiiKrn, 2 Liiiuicum Sulfbiiit-ii to in the GREATEST FURNITURE SALE Ever Held in History of'Altoona GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE Which begins Friday, November tillt, and tcuiiinurs unlil every piece of furniture in (lie J)uililin^ is <lii]jG.sed of. Aj)ply only after seven lliirty Monday or 1 uc.sduy e\\:iiing. HARRY J. KERLIN 900 8th Ave. Altoona, Pa. MISS COEAD WED TOMR.R.C.C0WFER A beautiful find well appointed wedding waa HolumnlKod In thu Trinity He- formed eiiureh of this city at 8.3(1 fi'L'lixik tjntiirday evening when Miss Emily Simaumi Cunnul, daughter of Mra. Guy Mt'CofiiilcIc of 2401 Washington avenue, Altoona, became the bride of Air. Hobert diaries Cowfer, son of Mra. Margaret Curtwrlglit of Sandy nidge. Tho IniproHslvu ring ceremony wan used and Rev. Dr. James ii. RunUlc officiated. Dr. H. 13, Kantur, a friend, sung "O Prcimlsu Me." The couple entered the to tho utrnliiH of tho "Bridal Choi-us" from Lohengrin which wns played by Mrs. Herbert MuCruw, ulvurvh plunlMl. Thu uliuruh iiltur WUM bountifully decorated fur the occasion with fall flowers. Thu bride, who was given In inar- rluge by her unclu, Wultor Hlekard, was atUrcd In a model of blue crept) with shoes (o match and vurrled a bouquet of red, pink, yellow and white roses, Mr». Walter Kielmvd, aunt of the brldu, was matron of honor. Shu was Downed in green crepe and carried a bouquet of red and white ehrya- antlieimimH. l''livil ami Huijond bj'idesmalda were two Hi.slerH of Ihe brldu, Mlsaua Eleanor und UiruMluc Connid. Allu.s jMuiui- or was atlh'i'd In yellow tnvpa and can-led a bouquet of yellow mid wlilli 1 chrysanthemums. Mi.i.s Geraldina was attired in K''ey «tid liluu crcpo and can-led a bouquet of red and whita Starting today tho Christinas treasure hunt, sponsored by Altoona merchants, is formally opened, a two-page spread announcing the details and names of merchants participating in '.he contest appearing in this issue of :he Altoona-Mirror. Patrons of the Altoona Mirror should read the information contained in this :wo-pago announcement and after familiarizing themselves with tho data contained therein should come to The Mirror office and get complete instructions and official Christmas treasure hunt entry blank. Successful contestants in the Christmas treasure hunt will participate in $300 in cash prices. It is easy to win- all It takes will be a little effort in following the detailed and complete instructions furnished at The Mirror office. Start early; you can win. THE NEW IMPROVED PENINSULAR Warm Air Furnaces. Furnace Repairing. Furnace Smoke Pipes. ESTIMATES FREE HOLLAND'S HARDWARE 610 4 St. Bet. 6 & 7 Aves. LEO M! HOLLAND, MGH. Dial 2-7588 Tlie brldrfjTniim'H attendant WHS Mr. MiUlus of tills eily, .Second bent man WIIM riolwi-t C. HKHH, nlni) of this city. The ceremony waa witiieHsed by members of thu immediate I'amlHr.M and a number of li-ienda. Thu tirldegi'oom Is employed by thu Maytag company. Upon their return from a abort weil- dliifj trip eiiat, Mr. and Mrs. Cowfer will occupy thulr home for the iironent ut 2401 Washington uvunue. Tho happy couple wore recipients of muny beuutlt'ul and useful gifts and both younu people have a host of friends. FOX FILIffSELLINa~TO FIRST NATIONAL CORP. NEW YORK, Nov. 4. -Warner niiilhuru );.-is acquired thu Fnx Film uur|ioriit ton's holdings nf uuproNimu ly 2X per cent of Ihu stock in Viral National I'ic-tiirea fdi-poi-.-tUon, according to un uiiiioiuicfiin.-iit by William Fox. Thu stock Inm.slVr, which glvea Warner 1-trutiii'i-s eoiui-ul of the First Na- tiimal, coat the buyers moru thun $10,000, OM. The Mule wns cim.siinimutcd through the efforts of Albert M. (ireunlle bmker nf New York and Philadelphia. l''ox huid the jiru/ils uc'uruud from thu stock sale would be used in liu,:lduIuiK the ari-ouiil curried ill Ilia company 't> books lor Hilfiit pictures. CHRISTMAS TREASURE HUNT OPENED TODAY COLLEGE EVENT IS MOST SUCCESSFUL (Spccin! to Altoonft Mirror.) HUNTINGDON, Nov. 4.—A week-end crowded with varied events marked the seventh annual homecoming of Junl- ata college alumni. A 12-0 victory over Susquehanr.-n, university, Junlata's traditional football rival, proved the high point of a. spirited program that began with an enthusiastic mass meeting Friday night, and ended with a pajama parade from tho men's dormitory this morning. The homecoming celebration was the most successful and best attended in the history of the local college. The freshmen won both ends of their traditional competition with (.heir sophomore rivals. The boya tripped their opponents 12-0 in football, and the girls defeated their second class enemies, " •!, in hockey. The varsity game in the afternoon saw the sta.nds crowded to capacity despite tho continuously falling rain. The Susquehanna visitors brought with them their thirty-five piece band. The Varsity J club banquet at Leister House and the Hallowe'en social in the college gymnasium were the attractions of tho evening. Kev. Meyers B. Horner, "13, and Rev. Foster B. Statler, '20, addressed the well attended morning and evening re- iiglous services at tho stone churchj Sunday. REAL ESTATE LAW WILL BE SUBJECT OF ADDRESS Robert W...Semcnow of the UniviSr- sity of Pittsburgh/ recently appointed by Governor John S. Fisher as administrator of the now real estate brokers' license law which becomes effective on Jan. 1, will speak at the Penn-Alto hotel at noon Wednesday under the auspices of the Altoona Real Estate board. Professor Semenow, who is well known in the city, having- conducted extension classes in real estate sub- pectfl here, will explain the provisions of the new license law and the penalties provided for violations. Because of tho importance of .the law and tho desirability of a thorough knowledge of its provisions, President Homer F. Hanson of the Aitooha Real Estate board has extended a cordial invitation to all real estate 'dealers, salesmen and attorneys, whether members of the board or not, to attend the meeting. The Wednesday meeting takes the place of the usual Monday meeting 1 of the board. The meeting will open at 12.15 noon Wednesday in the Logan room of \the Penn-Alto hotel and a banner attendance is expected. No reservations are necessary. FOR COUNTY CONTROLLER NEW MARGARINE 3 Pound Roll 590 R. F. BUTZ 10',!f> Struct Adv. MERCY HOSPITAL CASES. Admitted. Rosella Stlffler, Duncansvllle, R. D. No. 1. Stella Swoope, • 623 Cherry street, Roaring Spring. Mary Thomas, 2011 Dysart avenue. ' Frank Tomllnson, Fourtieth street. George Murray,- 807 First avenue. Nancy Yoiirig, 1810 Sharp avenue. Ida Philips, Greenwood, R. 3D. No. 3. Joseph .Marketti,' Gallitzln. Elma La Rue Beatty, 427 First avenue. Harvey Ltningcr, 511 First street, Wllllamsburg. Discharged. Mrs. Ernest Ka'uffman, 1322 -Third avenue. . Edward Arnold, 151B Bell avenue. , Birth. Mr, and Mrs. John D. Grief, 1907 Fifth avenue, rear, baby girl, Saturday evening. TOWNSHIP PEOPLE WILL TALK ROADS At 7.30 this evening a group of citizens of the Snyder, Antfs 'and Logan townships will meet at the residence of Irving Long, one-quarter mi)e north of Tipton on the back road leading to Tyrone. This is an open meeting and all interested parties are requested to be present. Plans will be completed to promote a direct road along the foothills of the Allegheny mountains east from the city of Altoona, commencing in the Fairview section and following -the old Coleman road to Asbury, routes crossing- Tipton crossroads, Gipsy camp, Clay avenue, Tyrone, intersecting state highway at Vail. Prom Wehnwood district to Gipsy camp, Snyder township, there is approximately 135 property owners abutting this road, giving a direct route into the city. Altoona, is a split city, north and south side. The business district is largely on the north side, and an Improved road in this location" would open up a new section and give traffic from the north and east—Sunbury, Williamsport, etc.—a direct route into the business district of the city and eliminate the crossing of Pennsylvania railroad lines. RAYMOND A. WILKER WHO EFFICIENTLY SERVED THF, JJUK00GII Or HOLL1WAYHWUKU AS AT1D1TOB. CITIZENS OF BLAIR COUNTY WHY NOT LET HIM SERVE YOU IN LIKE MANNER, AS COl/NTY CONTROLLER? YOUR VOTE WILL HE Al'l'KECIATEIJ. Adv. BLAIR CITIZENS! IF YOU AGREE WITH THEODORE ROOSEVELT THAT A MAN WHO, WITH NO THOUGHT OF PERSONAL GAIN, GIVES YEARS OF HIS LIFE TO THE BETTERMENT OF THE COMMUNITY, SHOULD RECEIVE FROM HIS APPRECIATIVE FELLOW CITIZENS THE TRIBUTE OF PUBLIC OFFICE, THEN SHOW THAT APPRECIATION BY VOTING FOR JAMES V. FERRY. FOR SHERIFF On Tuesday, November the Fifth THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO KKWARU A MAN WHOSE YKAItS HAVE HIOEJV YEARS OK FAITII- Via, AND CAPAIILK 8ERV1OH, UN- SIII.I ISU AND PERSISTENT AC- COMPI.ISI1MKNT IN YOUIl INTERESTS AN» IN KVEHV WORTHY CAUSE. HE DESERVES YOUR VOTE ANIJ YOU HAVE THE ASSURANCE THAT HK WILL MAKE A CAPABLE. I'UU- J.H) OFFICIAL. WHY STAND UPON CEREMONY OR HI'! HAMPERED BY PARTY LINKS FOR A JOB LIKE THIS* VOTE I''OR THE RIGHT MAN FOR THE JU<;HT PLACE. JAMES V. FERRY FOR SHERIFF BLAIR COUNTY CITIZENS' COMMITTEE ,5 ROOMS WALL PAPER . Free—During the month of November with each purchase you will receive a ticket. lOc value. 3c 15c value • 5c 20c value ....•; 7V 2 c 25c value 9c Varnish & Wax Paper.. 15c Oat Meal Paper .. 15c Sold only with borders. H.L WILSON 1021 Chestnut Ave. Opposite Postoffice. To Voters of Blair County Owing: to n severe illness it will be impossible lor mo to seo all my friends In this campaign. I am therefore requesting: nil of my friends to cast » yotn tor mo for. tho office of Jury Commissioner and regularly nominated tor that office. Signed FRANK A. McMULLEN . JiKSIOCBATIO CANDIDATE l?OJl JUBY COMMISSIONER Adv. Adv. K1I.1.S DKKU. A doe deer, with both trout-legs shot oft, was fuuiid in tlie woods ubuvt> liell- wood un Saturday by A. Lincoln lender, Hcllwood guniu und liab warden. Thu dtier WUH nliul by Mr. Lender uud lliu body wua brought, lo IMlwood und bulrhi-rc(i, iiu-ut being ilislrjbuted to j iK-i-dy families hi tin- town. Thu deer ' drvuaud at 77 pounda. Tin- deer had ' bui'u crippled by gumurrs using a shol- gun. An Invf.stigution i.s being made. VOTE FOR J. J. CARLIN FOR CITY COUNCIL Adv. The Goodrich "Silver Fleel" While In AHoona Will Park Overnight AT THE STATE GARAGE 1501 Thirteenth St. You arc invited to come here und see "The Fleet." OPEN ALL NIGHT 21 Hour. Storage—Fire-proof lildg 50c G—A—B—L—E—'- NOVELTY LAMPS $1.75 TO $5.95 TOMORROW In this assortment of Novelty I/anips nro perfume burners nnd pottery-base lamps with parchment shades. ECONOMY SQUARES MAIN FLOOR •Adv. Logan Township Citizens Vote For Harry M. Greene For JtiKtlce of the 1'euce. Had It) years experience In office. Known thu liiii.liioss. Educated, Intelligent, Kffl- driit. Can attend to your I/e^ul Business Safely. Always on Joli. I''reo Information, Adv. ANSLIMER LONG • IN FEDERAL WORK Altoonan Now Assistant, Prohibition Commissioner Spent Ten Years In St^te •Pepartment Service. WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 4.— With the appointment of riarry J. Ansllnger as- assistant commissioner of prohibition, this organization which has Its headquarters In the Southern Railway building, will, for the first time In several years have a full complement of officers. Mr. Anslinger, who Is only 37 years of age, came from the state department. The policy of rewarding government workers and officials by promotion within the ranks Is known to be a favorite policy of Secretary of the Treasury Mellon. Every one of the prohibition enforcement officers, from Commissioner James M. Doran down the line, has been raised from another place in the enforcement service. Ansllnger, who was sworn In on last Wednesday and has taken charge of his new office* had been chief of the division of foreign control, which ha organized two and a half years ago under General Lincoln C. Andrews, then assistant secretary of the treasury in charge of prohibition. Anslinger did important work in establishing'and directing the activities of this division, which carries out treaties and arrangements w'tth foreign countries for the suppression of liquor and -narcotic smuggling. The division" was set up in 1926 after return of General Andrews, Ann- linger and others from a conference at London concerning the.suppression of smuggling. The United States has fifteen "informal arrangements" with foreign powers concerning the prevention of narcotic smuggling and sixteen agreements, including some treaties and some "informal arrangements," for the prevention of smuggling of liquor. Anslinger participated In international conferences on smuggling at Ottawa, Paris and' Antwerp. Ansllnger came to this work from the, state department whera he had been a United States consul at The Hague, Netherlands; Hamburg, Germany; LaGuaira, Venezuela, and Nassau, Bahama Islands. He was ten years with the state department. During the war he assisted in organizing the "inspection of equipment" for the army, a temporary organization in the war department. Prior to joining the federal government Mr. Anslinger was with the state government of Pennsylvania at Harrlsburg. He wsbornaaetshrdluta Harrisburg. Ho was born at Altoona. VOTE FOR J. J. CARLIN FOR CITY COUNCIL Adv. REMOVAL NOTICE The Marguerite Beauty Shop have moved from 1103 13th Ave. to 2409 Union Ave., second floor. DIAL 9690 Adv. VOTE FOR L H. (Herb) Wilt FOB ROAD SUPERVISOn ALLEGHENY TOWNSHIP. . Have made no pledges or promises about road roller. Adv. AMUSEMENT BULLETIN. STATE'. , "His Glorious Night," all talking. . CAP1TO1,. . "The Trespasser," all talking. MISHLER. "Lucky Star," all talking. S'iUAND. "Gold Diggers of Broadway," All talking, singing. '• EMBASSY. "Captain Applejack." OLYMl'IO. "The Man 1 Love," talking, singing* LYlltO. "The .Wolf Song." COLONIAL. ."Thi Whirl of Life." JTOIATA THEATRE. "Broadway Babies," with sound. HOLLIDAYSBURG LYRIC. •'Tho Greyhound Limited." ROARING SPRING THEATRE. "Trial Marriage," with sound. ^ • . . Tho Voters I/cngue announce THE ELECTION DANCE TQNITE, MON., NOV. 4 ROXIE BALLROOM WHITEY KAUFMAN'S Victor Recording Orchestra—9 to $2 per couple; Ladles 75c—Gents J& Adv* . "<" Dance and Dinner At the ROSE GARDEN CAFE Special Hawaiian Orchestra. DO NOT MISS THIS On tho 8th Ave. road to Bnncansvllie, Call for reservation, Phono ,185612 Hollldaysburg. Adv. AMERICAN BUSINESS CLUB C-A-R-D P-A-R-T-Y (B-K-I-D-Ct-E A-N-D S-0-0) P-E-N-N A-L-T-0 H-0-T-E-L! T-O-N-I-T-E A-T 8.30 A-D-M-I-S-S-I-O-N, 75o Adv. Dentistry, H, E.' Crumbaker, lz& u, Myers Bldg., B'm 20. Open Evenings. Adv. Logan Township Citizens For Justice of the Peace ' tYNN K. FASNACHT To succeed my present term which expires, Jan. 6th, 1030. Veteran Co. K 110th Infantry- Wounded In Chateau-Thierry In World War Your vote and Influence will be appreciated. Adv. Here Now! VICTOR—4RADIO AT WOLF'S 1501-03 llth Ave. . Adv. Handpicked Sprayed Apples For Sale, Thomas Perry North of .Sylvan Hilla/ Hollidaysbur^ Adv. VOTERS CONSIDER Knowing ot your kindly attitude nnd Interest towards the EX-SERVICE MEN, we wish to remind you that tomorrow yon will bo given tho opportunity to elect to CITY COUNCIL a llfo long resident of ALTOONA and a homo owner who has repeatedly been commended for his untiring-, unselfish and uncomponsntcil activities I" all' worthy civic causes of our City. CLAIR NAL15 was selected and endorsed by his WAR BUDDIES and BELLOW SHOPMEN who desire representation and recognition In our CITY GOVERNMENT. Nalo Wfts nominated at) tho peoples candidate. And is qualified In every way for CITY COUNCIL as an official PUB LIC SERVANT and pledges to you a CLEAN, PROGRESSIVE IMPARTIAL Administration. THE BLAIR CO. SERVICE MEN'S CIVIC LEAGUE. ' KEIRNS.' Adv. NALE FOR fODHCtt 3 STORY BUILDING FOR SALE OR LEASE Having the distribution of the Roberts Gas Heating Unit for the stale of Pennsylvania, we offer tor sale or lease the above three story building, consisting of splendid show windows, spacious storerooms und basement, freight elevator, second and third floors coasisting of twenty-four °" e Inain hal1 thirly Ly S ' Xly Snd lhree balhs ' B >"'W«>S wil1 be released Jan. HARRY KERLJN 900 EIGHTH AVENUE ALTOONA

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