ALTOOtfA l/tRROR^WESPAV. NOV^MSfeR 12, INCREASE SHOWN IN COAM)UTPUT Pennsylvania's Production In Week Ending Oct. 26 Is 20,000 Tons Higher Than In Previous Week. (Rpwlnl In Altooim Mirror.) WASHINGTON, D. C. f - Nov. 12.— Pennsylvania's output of bituminous coal wan 20,000 tonn higher during the wppk cndod Oct. 2G than during the preceding writ, the department of commerce announced today. The department showed a alight, de- clihc, however, in bituminous production for the country as a whole during the week ended Nov. 2, due chiefly to observance of religious holidays the first, part, of the week. The Pennsylvania soft conl output during the week ended Oct. 20 amounted to 2,1145,000 tons, as compared with 2 925 000 tons the week before, and as compared with 2,800,000 tons during the corresponding week last year. Production for the country as a whole during the week ended Nov. 'I amounted to 11,009,000 net. Ions, a. dc- r.reafie of 346,000 tonH or 3 per cent, aa compared with the 11,415,000 tons "produced the week before. During the corresponding 1928 week, 11,140,000 tons of soft coal was produced. Duo to state elections and consentient lo.st time, car loadings for the llrnt two days of the week beginning Nov 4 were lower than the llrst two days of the week before, according to'the American Railway association. These showed 114,307 cars loaded on Monday and 30,288 on Tuesday of the week 'beginning Nov. 4, as against 35,677 nnd 35,485 cars, respectively, the previous week. The total production of soft coal for tho'COuntry during the calendar year to Nov. 2 amounted to 436,568,000 tons, ns»compared with 400,707,000 tons to the corresponding datu last year. Greenwich time, famed throughout the world, is determined by the movement of a certain Htar which arrives duo south once every 24 hours. OUR WAY By WILLIAMS "BoV y/ > VA^YO A*e ovyeR Vcu UIIUL .... '\ MOORSEL.-F MAM.SP AS SOUS H6rR MV uliLL 1 ^ TM VOLl ALL AAV OF rlo'RS&s kiBV/APA AND IN GLASGOW I GLASGOW, Scotland, Nov. 12.—The postofflco expects to collect $50,000 in overdue radio licenses following the tour of a wireless detector ran through the city and environs. The actual number of languages throughout the world was recently set by the French Academy at 2,790. MASS FOOTBALL RULES OUTLINED Rule.i governing -the mass football playing, to be conducted under the auspices of the city park and recrea- ilon department, were announced today by Superintendent W. T. Reed. They are as follows: ' This contest is open to all boys between the ages of 10 and 18, inclusive. A scoring system has been arranged so that a 10-year-old boy has as much of a chance to win as the 16-year-old The school score shall be determined 3y" taking the sum of the ten best scores and adding to it 10 points for each participant. A boy may enter all four events if he so desires. The boys may attend whichever t>lay center they may choose. In or- ler to score points for their school, they must all attend the same play field. No boy may participate at more than one center. (Penalty is disqualification). No boy can participate in the contest unless ho has enrolled with the director iri charge of .the center, at least two days prior to the contest. Week of Nov. 11 is practice week. Week of Nov. 18 is district contest week. Finals will be held Monday, Nov. 25 at 4 p. m. at the Cricket field. Ribbons will be awarded the three winners in each event at the district meet. The three winners in each event will be eligible to compete in the final. • Each boy will be permitted three consecutive trials in each event, and his farthest distance is measured. If a boy kicks or 'passes out of bounds, the distance is taken at the point where the ball' crossed the boundary line. A boy may run or take as many steps as he chooses in his -trials. Any boy stepping over the restraining line loses the trial, regardless of the distance received. Callao, Peru, via the Panama Canal, is 3,363 nautical miles from New York. f Women Have Something to Say I AN ANCIENT PREJUDICE HAS BEEN REMOVED AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE hat ridiculed into oblivion that ancient prejudice which excluded women From a voice in council. Today, in millions of homes, the delicious flavor of LUCKY STRIKE fills the room as the family group respects the opinion of its women folk. BOYS' LUMBER JACKS 100% wool plaid] fabrics, well tailored, not all sizes in the lot. $3.00 value. , Egp:l ig* 1 .. \ "toasting did it"— Gone is that ancient prejudice against cigarettes—Progress has been made. We removed the prejudice against cigarettes when we removed harmful corrosive A CRIDS (pungent im- tants) from 'the tobaccos. Y EARS ago, when cigarettes were made without the aid of modern science, there originated that ancient prejudice against all cigarettes. That criticism is no longer justified. LUCKY STRIKE, the finest cigarette you ever smoked, made of the choicest tobacco, properly aged and skillfully blended—"It's Toasted." "TOASTING," the most modern step in cigarette manufacture, removes from LUCKY STRIKE harmful irritants which are present in cigarettes manufactured in the old-fashioned way. Everyone knows that heat purifies, and so "TOASTING"— LUCKY STRIKE'S extra secret process—removes harmful corrosive ACRIDS (pungent irritants) from LUCKIES which in the old-fashioned manufacture of cigarettes cause throat irritation and coughing. Thus "TOASTING" has destroyed that ancient prejudice against cigarette smoking by men and by women, "It's toasted" No Throat Irritation-No Cough* TUNE IN—The Lucky Strike Dance Orcheitra, every Saturday night- over a. coait-to-coa*t network of th* N, B. C, x 'IMKY™ 1 .STRIKI 'IT'S TOASTED' f* . 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TOMORROW ONLY WOMEN'S FDR-TRIMMED COATS c Women who Want quality and ^|/ still demand economy, will do well to see this big group of luxuriously furred coats. All sizes. $30 values.' TOMORROW ONLY HIGH-GRADE FUR-TRIMMED COATS Note: The big savings. Coats that regularly sell up to $65.00. Highest quality fabrics and furs, coats that will make many new customers for the New Idea tomorrow. TOMORROW ONLY WOMEN'S NEW SILK DRESSES Dress values! The most outstanding of the .season! The lowest prices this year, all new styles, arid colors, Canton, Crepes, Georgettes, etc. All sizes for women, misses, stouts .and small women, for Dollar Day only at these low prices. . $4 - v $7 ~ OFF Any Girl's Coat DOLLAR DAY ONLY. All sizes from 2 years to 16 years. Every new- style and material—velours, suedes, chinchillas, silver pelts, furwove, sports fabrics, plain and fur-trimmed models, many with hats to match. GIRLS'HATS 3 BONNETS Chinchilla, Velvet and Knitted Tarns. Values $1.50. 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