Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 5, 1930 · Page 3
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It became , S greater part 6f-ttt6'latt ttto day» St t*« teft- So" in the offlcMf the *r««W«ftt a* the wtiae* i«ft tMf cafrttol, co*J«rrlng With leaders *Hd eartimittMt, ift an effort td shftlW a law that, would fti flnce put the municipalities on a more sa'tlrtaetdf'y and a sttoftde'r baals, and, at the same liifte, . not do too great damage to the political machines, tte left the capitol one riiOf nlflf at 6 o'clock and the next «M»riUng'at 3.SO. The members of the legislature showed . . ffie legislature fctani*d the ot"« truest for a burtau of com* .mefce td study and Hunt* known the commercial and industrial, possibilities of the iSland. The bureau Wilflhave » fuil'ttme publicity man and a New irork braneh, > •• ' The recommendation of the mesffage that the bureau of labor Ve" giv«fl increased Importance was accepted and an appropriation double that, of last year made for it. .' ", ' Although the law-makeYs^couid not go the whole way with Attorney e>en* »iT*s--.-»jL5?.'^ ftL T it,* Imf mo. •.ppropnBvioii tor me d< wHucaUoft , *hlch «V«r »*»,«», an Inftrinse 19.000 «»ef" fait yeaf. The 0 .™._. ,_.* 6« ,t»« iftoreMt will be «0ettt *h t»* Uaehiiif 6f trades lit rur^ *T tft^itiWittt ffiAMMtto Jusl ended BAW the overthrew «f SenaWJ 1 -Antonio R. Barcelo f6f ftiABf 'yeara the ulMld's J»!ltical dlrectbrr It witnessed furthermore a remarkable workiuf agreement between two pefttWal grout* generally regarded, M irrecdnciiable, the Coalition and th« Aiiahza.r the*.flr*t composed 6t soolallsU and republicans represents rnsular llbefalisra; while the Aiianta. Is the partly 6f tBe conse«?va-> tt^« land-holders And professional tiasaeir., ' '• '• : .-•' -. - ' ' HtTNttNGlXM May ».-A tef«' ewsfeMftc* fWill tte ptstdhi ehurcnes 6f tte ftwlfeMm m the JunlaU district win b« held at atk c6l)eg», Wdlty ' and May 6 And 0. &f, AlidfeW Jttftdli, rector of the Bfyft ,Haw» i»fesby» tenan church will |fv« the initial ad* dress this evening Til * stssion ^ which is Open t« this ptlWWi ^ \'• .,. 6n Tuesday ttfe»»mi, t fir. Mtttdb will deliver a second; address before visiting ministers and the student body of the college assembled for the chapel hour. Other ministers whose names ap* ptar on the two-day program are Rev. Ti R. Coffmah, Somerset; Rev. M. J. Weaver, Johnstown; ftev. & F. Walt*, Aitoona; ttev. O..O. Beery, Maftlnsburg; Rev. J. M. Moore. WayneiJBoro; Rev. J8. At. Detwllftr, iHverett; Rev. Galen B. Royer^'flttS' burgh, and ReV. M: C. Swlgart, Oer- mantown. "The Minister's .Obligation In a in a cigarette it's Taste ~ ' - , •' - , ^ .' \ VrHAT INTEGRITY is to a public official, taste is to a cigarette—the one quality that wins and holds public confidence and esteem. ON TASTE AND TASTE ALONE, Chesterfield continues to gain smokers, both men and women. Chesterfields are mild —not strong or harsh—yet they have richness of flavor and aroma. They are not insipid or tasteless. WITNESS THE STEADY GROWTH in the popularity of Chesterfield — a popularity which proves that with smokers, as with us, it's "TASTE above everything". Vve state it u our honest belief dut.the tobaccos used in Chester* field cigarettes are of finer quality and hence of better taste than in any other cigarette at • the price. LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO CO. Chesterfield © 1930, LICOBTT & MYBBS TOBACCO Co. ehufcfew (rf and Me until le &ar ., —,_ —it tMhe, Market dbtmettoa. He ^tf ifcfcat JjtjJj'^A ** MhUitA ox tiw Bcnra 01 minia* 6* tfie PttWbyteHan Aflrtrlcfc , Ca eloquent WHY GRUNDY IS NEEDED in the United St«t«i Seriate Turre in v yoilf Rkdid tdttight and every night for the facts convincing that Pennsylvania's workers need fHe able, experienced, fearless, effective advocate and defender of th6 protective tariff— JOSEPH R.GRUNDY to carry oil the battle at Washington for the Cpptin- ued well-being of lab s or and industry, and maintenance of American standards of liv^ ittg. WCAEat7.30 KDKAat7.45 (Daylight saving time) *efer. Mot* than vatita pastow last ywir. From Our Own Bakery ' • Something New A Maple Nut Buns Made with Pure Creamery Butter Pasteurized Milk and Strictly Freih Egg* \ Doz. 20c Bread . . Our SP«JW t#af . * Sc Rye Bread With That Good Havm •YOU'LL LIKE MERVILLE HOSIERY 5 LINE BROS ENSEMBLE SUITS H4* 85 Each Suit With It* Own Fine Flat Crepe Blouie! Dressmaker ana tailor made ensembles ; smartest models in quality fabrics. Long, short, three-quarter length and jacket coats — single or double breasted. /• Tricova, Tweed, Silvertone Every suit has a flat crepe blouse that is in itself a smart bit of fashion. Made with short sleeves; colors to contrast with each suit. Pep/urn. Nipped Waist Effectt—All New Colon 14 tO 20 Kline Bros.— Second Floor. A Shadow Garment For a Smart Young Miss Here's a yttle wisp of a Shadow Garment for slender figures— it has justithe right amount of control to give smart lines— yet so light that its presence is hardly felt!'\ Made of .double thick• ness imported French voile, with soft rayon satin front panel. ,. • ' ' $2.00 Girls' Dresses $3.95 - $ 4.95 " Pretty for "dress-up" occasions! And inexpensive enough for average, wear. Pastel and street shades, also prints. Flared and ruffled skirts, some cape models, trimmed witli smocking and fancy ribbons, sizes 7 to 14. Also white flat crepe for confirmation. GIRLS' CQATS £9.95 Popular tweeds, ombre, basket weaves, and novelty coatings. Belted and cape models. Sizes 7 to 14 years. Kline Bros.—Second Floor. Rayon Casement Curtains $4.98 P* Beautiful lustrous rayon casement curtains, modern* istic patterns for living room or dining room, ecru color. Ruffled Curtains $1.65 Set Ruffled curtains made of ?ood quality marquisette, Panel Curtains $3.00 Each These new Quaker panels are unusually attractive in yards long, white and design, hemmed at side and ecru, has a 50-inch double rufflfc valapce. bottom in two-tone effects. Kline Him,—Third Floor. "Moth ers .Gifts Sunday, May 11 ' is Mother's Day "Merville;* Full Fashioned Silk Hosiery .- $1.35 Exclusive in Aitoona at Kline Bros, Bea'utiful full fashioned pure thread silk hosiery in a medium service weight with the French heel. All the jiew. colors. Packed in s p e c i a I "Mother's Day" Tboxes, free of charge. "Gloria;* Silk Umbrellas $2.95 Sixteen ribbed brass tinted frame 1 Gloria silk umbrellas with ends, tips, and handles to match.' Blue, black, green, purple, brown, and red. Kltae Bra*.—MM* FI«<*. Full Fashioned Silk Hosiery $1.00 Full fashioned service weight hosiery or sheer silk chiffon hosiery in all the new colors. Kilns Bra*.—Mala «oo». Philippine Gowns $1.95 •-.Made -of soft batiste, lovely pastel colorings. Also solid white. All arc hand sewn and have the daintiest hand embroidered yokes and hand scalloped edges. Sizes 16 to '20. Ulna llnNi.- r «j«eaa4 *tour. Chiffon Sc«rf« $2.98 What would be more lovely than a beautifully tinted chiffon scarf. BUM.—«teta IftMC. 4 Style and Price If-you want to select from America's finest Furniture—which we have on display—Come to our store —and save money. United Furniture Co. NATIONALI-V AUVEHT1SKU 1105-07 SIXTEENTH STREET 'Just Off Eleventh Avenu* (Ml

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