Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 6, 1929 · Page 9
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-Al/toONA MIRROR—WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1929 / MORE SKELETONS •r ADD TO MYSTERY (By United Press.) NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., Nov. '.— Which of the four skeletons unearthed \ under the old French chapel in Fort Niagara, near here, are the remains of two British off leers/killed in the attack on the French fearrlspn of the fort in 1759, perplexes members of the Old Fort Niagara association today. With the discovery of two skeletons several days ago, historians in the association believed they had unearthed the remains of General John Prideaux and Colonel John Johnstone, leaders of the British attackers, who were felled by French bullets two days before the fort fell into British hands. Continuing their excavations, however, found two more skeletohs, one with the skull gashed, as though split by an Indian warrior's tomahawk. On the other hand, a workman's shovel niay have gashed the skull, according to George F. Ferguson, who is directing the excavations. No brass buttons or other military equipment was found near the remains to distinguish the skeletons, as those of officers or enlisted men. However, the fact that casket handles were found near one skeleton leads the local historians to' believe the body was that of General Prideaux. An. officer of his rank would have been buried in, a substantial casket, whereas men of lower rank probably would have been interred in simple pine boxes, or merely wrapped in blankets, they contend. Digging Is being continued in the hope of finding more bodies on which T Borne military equipment may be found to give a clue as to their Identity. In case any of the remains are Identified as those of the two British officers) they will be transported to British soil for final burial, members of the association Said today. _; ,v DEMAND FOB HARDWARE SHOWING IMPROVEMENT i NEW YORK, Nov. 6.—Any Unfavorable reaction to the recent stock market crash has failed, thus far, to evidence Itself in the current orders being received by the nation's hardware wholesalers, Hardware Age will say tomorrow in its weekly market summary. The demand for hardware has increased perceptibly during the past week in all sections of the country. More pronounced improvement is noticeable in the middle west and south, although increased activity has been reported in every section. Orders for Christmas merchandise are, in the main, responsible for the Stimulation. The demand for staple items is being well sustained at good levels. Sales of winter goods are lagging to some extent, with miid weather responsible. Toys, cutlery, Juvenile vehicles, electric appliances, sporting goods, hunt- Ing equipment and giftwares are all especially active on pre-holiday orders. Some hardware jobbers have expressed the opinion that the stock debacle will have a tendency to stabilize trade, asserting that it should encourage building operations and other substantial investments. Others anticipate some curtailment of purchases, especially in articles classified as luxuries. In the majority of Instances prices •re notably steady at this time. The changes noted are mainly in the nature of adjustments. Collections have a normally good average. BUY GAME BIRDS FOR RELEASE IN FUTURE HARRISBURG, Nov. 6.—Although It Is a .line In which there are never any "fall bargains," the game commission is in the midst of the purchase program which always precedes the hunting season. Some of the game and birds purchased always are held until spring before they are released so that they may breed under natural conditions and become Accustomed to their new surroundings. Recent deliveries to the commission Include 257 semi-wild turkeys, 500 Chinese and Mongolian ring-necked pheasants and seventy-four fox squirrels. CANNOT RKOEBM $2 WARREN BANK NOTE HARRISBURG, Nov. 6.—Emerson Oodown of Mlllvllle, N. J., several days ago sent to General Edward Martin, state treasurer a $2-blll i.-nied Aug. 1, 1881, by the Northwestern bank of Warren, Pa, "I presented this pl*ce' of money at a Philadelphia bank," Mr. Godown wrote, "but they refused payment and suggested that perhaps the state treasury might cash It." The Northwestern bank of Warren Is not in existence, and N. Brown, president, who sighed the bill, has been dead for many years. There are Indications that the piece of currency very •shortly will again be among Mr. Go- dowh's souvenirs. NO GRAY HAIR Just Like Finding If your hair is faded, streaked or gray, i «"you . . , ' w «" want your money's .worth — don't pay $5,- or more for a fancy name on a ..fancy .bottle' or for a trick treatment. For here ... at last! ... is an amazing formula .that quickly and safely restores the hair to Its natural coloring . . . And it costs only 75c! You can mix it yourself. Just blend 'Sage Tea and Sulphur In the correct proportions. Better, your druggist has it prepared and ready to use. Ask him for Wyeth's Sage & Sulphur. Pay him 75c! You Take No Risk We know there is nothing quite so effective as Wyeth's Sage & Sulphur. It brings the result you desire. If you are not more than satisfied, send the empty carton to the makers and your money will be refunded, v Get Wyeth'e Sage & Sulphur from your druggist. RADIO ALTOONA RADIO & ELEC. CO. 1318 12th Ave. Dial M18 llth Ave. and 13th Street 2309 Broad Avenue Phone »75S LECTURE under supervision of DOROTHY ETHEL WALSH I | Drapery Fabrics their place in Interior Decoration THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT 2:30 P. M. DRAPERY DEPARTMENT EjVERY point of this lecture on drapery fabrics is illustrated by practical demonstration. Actual materials displayed. Actual color schemes assembled. Actual windows draped while you watch. And... advice on personal drapery problems is gladly given. Gable's V The William F. Gable Company Don't Envy A Lovely Thursday Starts a 2-Day Sale of Cushions for Prizes and Giffs Such a glorious array of cushions you will see when you first enter the 12th Avenue Arcade. Every one of the Thrift Tables is devoted to this sale tomorrow and Friday. Why not choose several for GZitmfl Christmas gifts? Rayon Satin Cushions There is quite an assortment of Rayon Satin Cushions at this price. Various shapes and beautiful colorings. Regularly $1.50. Velour Tailored Cushions Cushions-suitable for the sunroom, den or living room. Stencilled and appliqucd designs in contrasting colors. $1.95 value. Tailored Cushions Velour and Silk Cushions, some quilted and embroidered with yarn and chenille. Kapok filled. Regularly $2.95. 12th AVENUE ARCADE 1 1 '2 .39 .79 .75 An Extensive Stock of • . ' * Fine Floor Coverings This Section Has Been Moved « Our Floor Coverings Department has been removed to the Second Floor of the 12th Avenue Building, opposite the Broadcasting Station. Be sure to visit this section and see the many beautiful new rugs on display. The latest patterns and colorings. Domestic Oriental Rugs Beautifully Lustrous Creations 185 157 - 50 The Melistan Anglo Oriental The Gulistan 9x12 Size 9x12 Size 9x12 Size v Beautiful Wool Wilton Rugs To Suit Any Room In the Home ,50 69 Whittall Palmer 9x12 Size Dubar Rugs Special Rugs 9x12 Size 9x12 Size Also 9xJS, 11.3x12 and 10.6x13 Wilton Rug* Seamless Axminster Rugs One Hundred Rugs In This Collection $75-°° .00 11.3x15 Size 85 9x15 and . 11.3x12 .50 9x12 Size 59 15 Yards Hall and Stair Carpet Both 36-Inch and 27-Inch Widths Axminster Velvet Plain Mottled $2.75 yd. $1.25 to $3.00 $1.50 to $3.50 HOME FURNISHINGS BUIIJDINQ— SECOND FLOOR Home—Yours Can Be As Lovely Chair Fashions Cleverly Varied and Inexpensive ...for Every Type of Room In Every Manner of Home C HAIUS can do much to make your home charming and characterful. Enjoy these cool evenings in a comfortable lounging or reading chair. Relax in one of these for 15 minutes or an hour and realize that this is a good investment. Prices in every case are modest. High-Back Chairs $119 Roomy high-buck chairs upholstered in rich tupeslry. Spen- did chairs for the fireside or den, as they are so comfortable. Other chairs at $69 and $95. English Chairs Wing Coxwell Chairs 145 Charles of London Chairs, covered in high-grade tapestry. Very comfortable lounging chairs. The men of the family would appreciate one of these. Damask Chairs ! 25 Only eight of these beautiful Damask Chairs for the living room, den or boudoir. These arc regularly $39 eucli. You will want to take advantage of the saving. 59 Very comfortable Wing Coxwell Chairs with solid mahogany exposed parts, tapestry upholstering. Very attractive chairs for the Jiving room. & Queen Anne Chairs 25 High-hack Queen Anne Chairs with solid mahogany arms and legs. Back and seal of high grade tapestry. A limited number at this price. Beautiful Fibre Reed Rockers $13.50 We have just received these well made fibre reed rockers in five new GlinKtii finishes ' Colorful cretonne seats and backs. Use them in the bedroom ^fUUllCy or sun parlor. . . HOME] FURNISHINGS BUILDING—THIRD FLOOR Sale of Labor-Saving Electrical Appliances Appreciated by Every Housewife Urn Sets $25.50 to $52 Chromium plute electric urn sets with silver lining. These will not discolor. 6 and 9-cup sizes. Waffle Irons .95 Nickel-plated electric waffles — hake waffles without grease. Regularly $10. Corn Poppers Urn Sets $24.50 to $46 Nickel-plated electric urn sets, silver- lined. Urn, sugar and cream, truy and 6-foot heater cord. Electric Toasters $2.89 Large siiw nickel-plated electric toasters. Toast two slices of bread at one time. $5 value. Thcrmax Percolator ..25 Quite a handy article to have around the hoine, especially where there are children. Tliesu are nickel-plated. Electric Percolators $7.50to$12.50 6 to 9-cup nickel-plate?! electric percolators equipped with safety fuse and 6 feet heater cord. Electric Toasters .50 l/niversal electric toasters, nickel- plated. Toasts two slices of bread ut one lime. Easy to operate. Highly polished aluminum percolators, equipped wilh safety fuse. 7- cup .size. Regularly $ti.50 each. Coffee Urns $12.50 to $27.50 Silver-lined electric urns, nickel- plated. These have fuse plug and silk healer cord. 6 to 10-cup capacity. Electric Irons $2.85 \ickel-plated electric irons with colored liuiidles and cords. Family size. Mxceplional v^alue. $1 Electric Hair Curlers, Colored Handles, 69c HOME FURNISHINGS BUILDING-FIRST FLOOR Imported Blue Willow Lunch Sets $4-95 $6.00 Value English Blue Willow Lunch Sets consisting of six cups, six saucers, six bread and butter plates, six luncheon plates, 1 meat dish and an open vegetable dish. Also 32- piece Lunch Sets in ivory glaze with colorful underglaze decorated border, at this low price. Console Sets $1.SO a Value $ Rose or green glass console sets consisting of large flower bowl and two low candlesticks. Neat cut pattern. Lemon Dish 50c Decorated 6-inch china lemon dishes with l<onc fork. Three patterns. Nippon China 25cto50c Various items -in this group foi "ift-giving. Scenic decorations. HOME FURNISHINGS BUILDING SECOND FLOOR

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