THE AI/TOONA MIRROR—TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1929 SCOUTS MEET IN BIG CONVENTION (By Uriltert Press.) ORLEANS, La., Nov. 5.—The fifteenth annual Girl Scout convention will Apeh here tomorrow prepared to* discuss the Initiation of a develop- inent program planned for the next five years. It estimates in advance tii.e cost over this period of time, and Is so designed as to recognize the problems that Increasingly oh- froht the philanthropic supporters .of such organizations as the Girl Scouts. ' 'the 'beneficiary of this movement is not simply the girl herself, but •also her family and her community, for the organization tries so to employ her leisure as to supplement the work of the home, church and school. ••' Mrs. Nicholas F. Brady of Ne\V fork, chairman of the board of directors, will explain I in detail to the New Orleans convention just what Ihe development program means. From the point of view'it means no more than an expansion of present activities. There are now 200,000 members, and It in hoped by the end of the five years, to have half a million. The greatest need of the organization Is leaders, without whom It cannot expand,, and particular attention will be paid under. the new program to their training. • The convention will open with an address by Mrs. William H. Hoffman , o'f New York, , president ; of. the Girl " Scouts, who will be followed by Dame Katherlns Furse, director of the World Bureau of Girl Scouts and Girl Guides, Who' has come from England to take part In the activities. Among prominent women scheduled to speak during the week on various aspects of Girl Scout work in the United States are MrS. F. Louis Slade of New York, •whose subject will be "Fellow Citizens"; Mrs. Irene Farnham Conrad- executive secretary of the Central •Council of Social Agencies' of New Orle_ns, who will discuss community chests and their value. In cooperative financing of community organizations; Mrs. Ida S. Harrington of Providence, R. I., executive director jof the American Homemakers, Inc., who will speak on "Our 'Commonwealth".; Mrs. Frederick H. Brooks, who will speak on "The Community Chest in Washington, D.~' C., and the Value of the Community Chqst in Girl Scout Financing." Tomorrow afternoon the New Orleans Girl Scouts will entertain the delegates at a tea. ,., The. Closing event of the week ,will be a banquet on Friday evening in the Venetian room of the Roosevelt, liotel. The opening speech will be by Mayor Arthur 3. O'Keef e, who will > be followed by' Nicholas Baurer, superintendent of education; Alfred Danzlger, president, association off commerce; Miss Dorothy Dix and Mjiss Perrlne Dixon. '. • - BRUMBAUGH HEADS SEAL SALE AGAIN HARRISBURG, Nov. 5.--Between the ages of 1 and 35 tuberculosis is the chief cause of death in Pennsylvania. Referring to this enbrmous 1 loss in the productive years of. life, Dr. M. G, Brumbaugh, forrner governor, in announcing to'day his acceptance of the chairmanship for the Christmas seal sale i'n Pennsylvania, calls for a continued %.nd vigorous fight against tuberculosis. Dr. Brumbaugh, who Is president of Juniata college, in writing to the Pennsylvania Tuberculosis society says: • "Tuberculosis is still too prevalent to relax one's concern for its eradication. In this state last year tuberculosis took 8,732 lives. Two-thirds of the victims were under 45 years of age, the period when a person is of the greatest value to the home and the' cbmiriuriity. ."The health of our citizenry la so vital to the commonwealth *,hat it seems to me a privilege as well as a duty to do what I can to place in the hands Of your splendid and efficient Tuberculosis society all the funds necessary to combat effectively the scourge. "For these reasons I shall heartily devote to this effort my best energies and 1 earnestly hope that the work of the Pennsylvania Tuberculosis so- •ciety and its affiliated organizations be- enlarged and that the health and happiness of our millions may bo largely promoted. The united effort to -drive out tuberculosis must go on unabated." WEEKLY HEALTH'TALK By DR. THEODORE B. APl>Et,, <<>-riHOUSANDS of Pennsylvanians JL are now enjoylhg their annual tramp in the state's forests on the trail of elusive game. Most oC them will be successful In their quest, a number will get hurt, some will pet killed and a few may contract tulnr- emla," said Doctor Theodore B. Appel, Secretary of health of Pennsylvania today. "In the first place, If every hunter would observe the fundamental rules concerning flre-arms, the casualties and deaths could be eliminated. These Involve 'breaking', -unloading guns or placing them 'on safety' when climbing over walla or fences; carrying the gun so it Vlll point towards tile ground several feet ahead; keeping cool if game suddenly appears; never slioot- * Start Right Now! You Can Win A Cath Prize. NOW McGuire Special And All Grades of Goal McGuire Coal Co. "UV Christmas Treasure Hunt Gontest ing in the direction of other huntera within possible range. And, in general, using ordinary care and caution at all times. ,' • > "In the second place, if every hunter would appreciate that a risk exists in carelessly skinning rabbits or other- wise'handling their carcasses tular- emla, which still is a rare disease in Pennsylvania, would not get a chance to do any damage. "About fifteen years ago this disease was definitely classified by scientists working on the Pacific coast. It is occasioned by a germ which invadea the body through sores or cuts on the hands/ The malady frequently manifests itself suddenly, and characteristically by headache, vomiting, chills, aching pains sweating, prostration and fever. The active stage of 'the disease lasts from two to three weeks during which weakness, loss of weight, recurring' chills, sweats and prostration are noted, as also are ulceratlons occurring at the cite of infection and the developing of 'wax kernels' \ in the affected region. "It follows that even though it ia In Hollldaysburg See and Hear The New R. C. A. RADIOLAS at ALLEN'S DRUG STORE 306 Allegheny St. GABLE'S R. C. A. Radiolas a rare infection, all rabbits should be •handled with care', though only a very small proportion of them ara hosts to the tularemla germ. Evidence of the infection in the rabbit Is exhibited by small white spots on the liver. It may he added that cook- Ing the meat kills the organism rendering it perfectly safe for human consumption, "To be careful in handling flre-arms and rabbits Is little td ask in return for a safe and pleasant trip in the woods. Enjoy the forests, delight in the zest of the hunt, but be on guard. Thus avoid the possibility of death, accident and tularemla." IN ROARING SPRING See and licar the new R. C. A. RADIOLAS at HITE|S DRUG STORE 417-10 Main Street IN JUNIATA See and Hear The New H.C.A. Radiolas at FOUST'S DRUG AND MUSIC STORE 612 Second St. Phono 3-9596 WOLF Furniture Co. 1501-03 llth Ave. Authorised R. C. A. Radiola Dealer VKtVEt MAT. Very autumn looking is * flaring brimmed hat of golden brown that uses seven shades of beige, brown and red in striped effect to fashion its crown. A tiny bow in the back is of the reddest shade. ANEWCflEMB VELVEETA For Sale By Yout Grocer PER that qw& ecenfthinqto be H ERE it RCA's latest and greatest contribution to better radio—a triumph of engineering genius—incorporating the world famous AC superheterodyne circuit brought to • higher degree of perfection than ever before—an ultra modern radio sold at a popular price—incorporating the wonderful RCA elec- fro-dynamic loudspeaker—truly the; last word in sound reproduction. " If you would choose a radio on the basis of fine performance, beauty of appear-] •nee and dollar for dollar value—then by all means see and hear the matchlfs*! Radiola 66 at your Radiola dealer. RJCA-Radiola MADE * BY • THE- MAK.EHS • OF • THE • HADIOT&ON At Rothei'fs AC Rothei't's OF STOCKS OF FUR AND FUR TRIMMED COATS 10,000 h To G $7 Owing to a very backward season, one of, America's largest and best known makers of Women's High-Grade Coats found themselves greatly overstocked and in need of ready money. Rothert Company, owing to their enormous buying power, were selected from a long list of preferred customers and offered This Surplus Stock at a Very Substantial Reduction and Now—Right at the Start of the Season—We Are Passing This BIG SAVING Right Along to You In Addition To The Big Savings Offered—These Coafs Can Be Purchased On Very Liberal Credit Terms Regular Sale Price Price Jap Mink Coat, brown fox .collar , $475.00 $340.00 Mink Coat, brown fox collar '. $750.00 $573.75 Mink Coat, brown fox collar $667.50 $450.00 Mink Coat, browu fox col- . .. .: lar $577.50 $395.00 v Mink Coat brown fox, col- ' lar $495.00 $350.00 Jap Mink Coat, brown fox collar $335.00 $225.00 Jersey Mutkrat Coat, fox- x collar ,....$39'5.00 $321.00 Muikrat Coat, fox collar $300.00 $221.00, Muskrat Coat, fox collar .$277.50'• $204.00 Mutkrat Coat, fox collar .$257,50 $187.00 Silver Muikrat Coat, brown collar $365.00 $250.00 ; Raccon Coat $367.00 $262.50 Mutkrat Coat $289.50 $212.50 Muikrat Coat $225.00 $169.00 Black Caracul Coat....... .$277.50 $212.50 Black Caracul Coat $227.50 $159.00 Bkck Seafine Coat, squirrel (dyed coney) col. & cuff $167.50 $119.00 Black Sealine Coat, civet cat shawl collar and cuffs.. $25 7.50 $195.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) $167.50 J87.50 / I Regular Sale I'rtce Price Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) $215.00 $159.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed •coney) muskrat collar.. .$200.00 $119.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) skunk collar and cuff $389.00 $272.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) muskrat trimmed $277.50 $149.00 Black Hudson Seal Coat, (dyed muskrat) skunk collar and cuff..; $389.50 $267.50 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) squirrel collar and cuff $157.50 $112.50 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) squirrel collar and cuff i $198.00 $125.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) fitch collar and cuff $205.50 $157.00 Black Pony Coat, civet cat collar , $278.00 $212.50 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) $129.50 $95.00 ulack Sealine Coat (dyed coney) beaver collar and cuff $239.50 $182.50 Brown Mendoza Beaver, brown skunk shawl collar and cuff $260.00 $195.00 Regular Price Taupe Coney Coat, beaver collar $250.00 Marmink Coat, Johnny collar $285.00 Leopard Cat Coat, skunk shawl collar and cuff... .$398.00 Mendoza Beaver Coat, broadtail shawl collar and cuff , $195.00 Sand Weatel Coat .... $315.00 Mendoza .Beaver Coat, fox collar and cuff $217.50 Mendoza Beaver Coat, silver muskrat shawl collar and cuff $225.00 Mendoza Beaver Coat, brown fox collar $122.50 American Broadtail Coat'. .$300.00 Brown Pony Coat .$275.00 Brown Pony Coat $225.00 Grey Caracul Coat, fox shawl collar $257.50 Grey Caracul Coat, fox collar $325.00 Brown Caracul Coat.. $147.50 Erkamine Coat $110.00 Belgian Hare Coat $67.50 Dyed Vucatha Coat $267.50 Brown Caracul Coat... $169.00 Sulw Prlen $195.00 $215.00 $269.00 1147.50 $225.00 $159.00 $169.00 $92.50 $212.50 $212.50 $169.00 $169.00 $212.50 $110.00 $68.00 $34.00 $187.00 $129.00 Regular J'rlce 1 Tan Broadcloth' Coat, black wolf collar, $69.50 1 Brown Broadcloth Coat, skunk collar and caff $69.50 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, mink collar and • cuff $122.50 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, caracul collar and cuff $110.00 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, beaver collar and cuff $367.50 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, dyed squirrel collar and cuff $167.50 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, brown squirrel collar and cuff $87.50 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, beaver collar, $167.50 1 Red Broadcloth -Coat, skunk collar.. .$87.50 1 Red Broadcloth Coat, fox collar and cuff ,...$125.00 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, black fox collar • and cuff $187.50 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, fox collar and cuff $161.50 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, lynx collar and cuff $257.50 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, fox collar and cuff .$277.50 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, dyed squirrel collar and cuff .$267.50 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, lynx collar and cuff $288.00 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, skunk collar and cuff $300.00 Sale / Price $44.50 $49.50 $85.00 $75.00 $246.50 $110.00 $49.50 $98.00 $17.00 AH prices listed are payment prices and are subject to a liberal discount for cash. This is the greatest coat sale ever held in Altoona—Don't miss it. Buy your coat— NOW—and have a full season's use of it.
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