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PAGE TWELVE. irltii UUUKLBJK, UUW«ISljUSV.UlwK, i^A. THURSDAY, JANUARY" 2, 1930, ECLIPSES OF SUN AND MOON IN 1930 VISIBLE IN U. S. Solar Phenomenon Will Be Totnl for Brie* Period in California April 38. SEVERAL SMALL COMETS ARE DUE WASHINGTON, Jan. 2.--Two ecltp- ece of the sun awl two Ot the moon, onri of each visible . In the "United States; the return of two periodic cornets and perhaps several new ones; a gradual decline oC eunspots and solar activity, which will bring with H better radio reception--these are some of tho chief events on the- astronomical program tor 19^0. Thoxigh reputanlu astronomers no longer place any credence In the pneudo-srlnce ot astrology, which pretends to predict! future events by tho etare and pliinete, the iiBtron- lomleal events thMiieelvee can ordinarily "be predicted, far In advance. Perhaps most Interesting is the ecllpso of the eun on April 28, hecauae It, is the peculiar kind called a central eclipse. An eclipse of the sun le caueed when the shadow ot the moon c.rossee the earth, and covers up the brilliant eoler di*c for people In tho path traversed hy the shadow. Thla i« a totl ocllpeo, «"but sometimes the «hadow fails to cixilto reach the earth, and thon tho moon obaeuros only tho center o' 1 the sun. A narrow rim ot sunlight is seen around the dark lunar circle, and au annular eclipeo is the result. « The eclipse of April 23 !« both annular and total, paradoxical as that may seem, Wh«?n the ecllpso etarts in tho middle of the Pacific Ocean, tho shadow fnlla just short ot tho aurface ol the «irth at this phfmc, then it !« annular. A tew hours later tho eclipse reaches California, norfh ot San Francisco, The earth being round, C a l i f o r n i a Is on the bulge towards tho moon, and about 2,000 miles closer to it. By this t i m e tho gluulo-* roaches tho «Uirfacs of the earth, anl so tho eclipee '. total for a brief period. Then, a« tt pasiws on, the Dclipae again becomes annular, crossing Hurteou Bay «tnl Labrador, and ending in tho middle oS tho At- l a n t i c . ICvrn wheiv total, however, the ecllpf-p is very brief, anil the- corona, outer/nost l a y e r of tho sun that i« soen only ;U t o t a l pclir^e t i n n s w i l l Hash out tor but n second or two. An a n n u l a r eclir»-e 1« of practically no v a l u e !o a*lromimpi«, anil a total one Unit i* so b l i e of l i t t U - \flluc. Hut Ciiiitoruiu !··- MI ;t'-;trommic;il i r u U - r , t h e r e K a n ; i l i v :imateur society-I h e Astronomical Society cf the Taci- naked-oy- comet has not ben «een In the Northern Ilenitapliere for a n u m - ber ol' yeare, and one ina\ appear hi 1930, but this is speculation, no), prediction , T.'io rir« yf-ar l« siht ;j« tho jftar o t h e ypar of (he · ' lie--\vith hoiui.uuu-tcjv, in H a n Frani - i - ( o . Since thir, I M lilt 1 f i r ^ t t o t a l ri:lij«,c. v n u b l . v in the U'Ulrd State- .suiee 1023, it 'vil! pi n i m b l y In- « o l ! !- horvixl in C a i i f o i n i i i botu by profc*- i-iomil astronomers uml l a y m e n . A . i o t h e r i m p o r t a n t eclipse- ob*in\at l o i i f , H of w h a t is c a l l e d th* H n s h «lec'.rutu, which appears Jit the Inh f a n t s ol' b e g i n n i n g and end nf a t o t a l I'elipbf, to the d u r a t i o n is u n i m p o r t ant. Flash ej'ieclrum observations w i l l iherul'oro uinhnihU'dly 1i v made. The year's deroud eclipse- of t h e him comes on O c t o b e r 22, n n d i c much b e t t o r from n n astronomical view- p o i n t , for it 'iiste a minute and a h a l f . Hut tho only land from which it in vldlblo Is a t i n y island o! the Tonga group. In tho South Pacific, calUnl Nluafou Island, to which there IP ordinarily but one steamer a m o n t h . Ac there arc no harbors or docks, any astronomical equipment would have to bo UiiKlert through thc s u r f . Despite these difficulties the- eclipft^ should bo observed, and undoubtedly w i l l he, for a New Zealand astronomer has decided to visit Xluafou at the time and a party from the- United States Naval Observatory may also go. During tao last few yoarfl the sun hae toen unusually active, for tho 11-year ennspot cycle hae been at its maximum. Sometimes the solar activity, as Indicated by the number o£ eun- spoto, rapidly Increases, and then. a« quickly decreases. At other tltnee_ of maximum tho time of great activity Is spread out over two or throe years, and this was tho case with, tho recent maximum. -Now It hoe definitely paseed, and the coming year should soo a marked diminution in the n u m - ber of eunspote and their oiza. As Dr. Harlaii T. Stetsop ot Ohio Weslcyan TJnlvereltj- and Dr. Greonlent W. IMck- ard, a Mitesachusetta radio engineer, have fouiul that distant radio reception, of broadcast stations Is poorer when aunepcrtB aro most numerous, tho radio tan can expect a happy time. Two ecllpees of tlto moon are aleo coming tils year, only one ot which however, and that a partial one, will be ?eei! I n the United States. K will occur on Aprl! 13. Connote are notoriously Irregular In tlWir habits, for they may oo pulled out of thtlr orblte by the gravitational attraction of the huge outer planets of the fcolar system. Hut two cozuots, that havo both made- a number of rpt u r n b in the piiet, will probably t u r n up In if-30. One la D'Arrest'«, which comer, every (,6 years, and lias been tioon so 'en t i m e d ijlnco its discovery in t$rl Tho other it Tempel It ( i n d i c a t i n g (lie second comet di'sctne-red by thin j Hiirvarc, astronotufi ). and aim t J t r s d i b e o v B i y in 1S73 liar, bi-eu tit en on s'.x of its r e t u r n s at .") 2 e a r liit-M-valK. Thivc other cometti, .\K-tiii!l"s, w h i c h w,!« Ul. l coviM'(.'d by Hcv Joel H. Met- Liilt', a Xmv Kimlctud r n l t a i i a u mlm«- tcr, in U0« . Daniel'.-, and I V i rlne'a are alt-o di.i\ but they ii.ne ni't boon ob- fcC'rvod on sovoral riH.«nt ietuin«, and may be inift.od bALLYS SALLIES i-i-\e il iu",\ c o cdl F V t-«'p w l t l ' t u mir,' i f l c . i c H ' t cnnn' r a n n t ' l ho pu-d^'.^t Sues for $100,000 Heart Balm Swiftest Way to End Eczema iSaj-N, AInbninn Man There t g not an excuse in the world for a person to Buffer w i l h llcry cozema. Yet how m a n y people do you 3e with u?ly skins whit h spoil then- whoio apparance! What you want to (,9 ia abolish every trace ot oczoma w i t h Peterson's Ointment, for years n u t . on wide fum- ous for speedily ending oozpma. The first application of Peterson's takes out the I n f l a m m a t i o n , britiRS hlesse-d relief from that p a i n f u l HUi- i«g. ttopcitted USE) of th s powerfully soothing, healing o i n t m - m t assures a marvetousljj smooth, delicate skin. Mr. A, "W, Turnc-r o) Birmingham, Ala,, writes: "Wat. troubled for about two years with evzwn i mul after I used Peterson's Olntmont for about four or live times, my t r o u b l e entirely disappeared." Onu application of Peterson's Ointment will stop the b i n n i n g and Itching eczema and 011.5 3Ei- box will prove it -- all drug stores. -- Advertisement. ORIENTALS UNAWARE THAT YEAR OF 1930 BASEST DAWNED TOKYO,' Jan, 2-- Hundreds of millions of people- in the Orient arc utterly unaware, that the \ " n r jus,t ndwntag i« 1930. To ecores of millions In Japan this in" th» ( I f t i year of 8 how a; to h u n d r e d s of nuillr is in China it is tho nineteenth y«\.r -if ttu repubMi And t h r o u g h o u t t h « H n s t (hero ;irn many othens who do not celebrate it uil as the llrst of a n*»w year. They w i l l wait u n t i l tho rnl»ridar« of tho Occident riwl J a u u a ' y 3f iiml t h r u ob- ··orve tho f e e t l v n l to-own t h e world o v e r ne "OhliHV'O Ni \ Year." Th". t'hinpsc g o v t n m n t ha« of?l c-ially «lwltr!hp(J th · :mr;!c»t l u n a r i.'ilondnr which star s tho oar roughly A m o n t h a f t e r ( i^ * n l n r , ot ( i r e - sorian c a l e n d a r ; b' t t h » JVUi of l ! n » j -Nanisms; regime ik not carry to it!! parts of C h i n a and i ' i e old mstornrf dn hard, nvted In the- K«r t h e horn\ and it .ike t h a t hah j u s t d l f O . Tlil« i- acc"rdin* to as'i«rt-o!il p o p u l o r C h i n e s e t e c k o n i n j ; w h i h groups t'u.. years i i eyelets of ai-filfuiins? to each yeai an w h i c h is ils fcynibi i, and w'filch t h e sniHTfclition-. belie o i n f l i i c ' i c t t i tho c h a r a c t e r of ovt ntt O f f i c i a l l y both Jjpai and C h i n a h;un adopted thf -^ol-ii c a l e n d a r and bfcRin t h e year \\ th the n'M cif tli« wtvUI J i i i t t h o yoar n u m b e r s in Japan refer i n t h r - rciKt, of Die pr\fl«nt {·mjicror, w h i l e u. w China d«tto« hl - torj from the j e v - d i i i i o n uf !'»!!. n i t r i 1!U- iik the your me Treasury Is Loser In Stock Shrinkage By t ' t i CM! I*r^**« WAHUIXGTON' Jan 2-- Tax l e t u r n s reported by I n d l i d u a l n three months hence will detei nine whether Uncle Sam was tho 1« 'KtYit single loser in the recent stock m a r k e t crash. While most p r i v a t e fcpeculaionfs already have- writ! "ii t h e i r lo«Bph off the bookfi, it w l H b next March before the/ Treasury ci 'i obtain an accurate idea ot what lh'^ swift *,tock decline has cost the £;o,ernmoiit, Income tax piiyments reluined by individuate In March, on income of this year, are "xpected by Treasury experts to shov ft e h a r p dot lino duo to fltock exchan^o lo?ee«. Tlow largo that reduction Is depends on the amount lost In the market df-baclr. In ttie prefjenf year income reported by taxpayers hicreaeed nearly $2,000,000,000 from etle of capital assets alone and moss of this IB believed to have been dut 10 profits obtained from stock market operations. [t ia tho unusual gain i n this one item ulono and the d i f f i c u l t y of determining what revenue 11 will produce next year that has caused t'ni- Treasury to propose only a tempcivry tax cut, Offsetting t u e decreaaed tax returns owlni? l i losfios in Wall Street, the Treasury received enlarged returns from i3Un of stamps on the large etock trarif.iic'lons during the eraah period, but thso recciptfi are now ro- turnlng to normal. This item, how- over, will not be sufficient, to counteract the large individual lossefi unices they are timed fimuller than reported. M i s s j a s a Walska, 22, of Boston, and now attending a f ashio,nahlc girls' aphool in B a c M 1 Kay. charge that Edwitt B. Cox, wealthy Boston and Ncw~ bury port lawyer and club- man. promised to marry her, Cox is already married and the father of two children, Miss Walsh a nsks $100,000 heart ba/m in a Suffolk Superior suit. Court At The Paramount; A w fj* v,!m w n - . i ' i t l · · .*i (*- r ^ I l l S ^ t i a i / r \* t l O W ) t l ! ! f d I I I K M 'I 'l"l T li*iho:i n r o n i n n t ) ' " " n i l « U ' i i ,n ' aiu! "Dirt rt'.u')- w o m a n " Hn i ' i s . i i ' i 1 in " H o l d V o n r M»'i," w h i i l ' [ i c - i » r | r,; tho l ' j r a » » o i ) n t Tin ii'.ri ii ' i , i f t - r ii'nm, " ' i p p h s ni'ir" " I ' . i t ' v n ' n ; i l u - itif in i t , ' i e i i h " f , - - r i r . *. i - - ^ ' f i i Ju m a n v t nm.in f" · L a u r i f.it rl.in'c h.t e 'N ( i ! a r r ' ' i r r t i l f In l!)i' h l ' . A r S n t t - \'\i\\ M \'. tii i U K i i f L f a r c e - o n r m M ! " !' l-t iin !(!'».t! p a r t f i r Mi' '»!t!,d' i ' ! V - I n IIP*' u ! shf jrl.'i 5 ( i i u nf 1'n i n A i i u . ' v ' ' ! ! 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' a 1 e h c I f l l d ; - ,1 - A . l l ' . i i l ' i 1 C l - i ! i . » I j n w i ,'V w ordi n" h e r ;n "i ', .1 ' ) U ' . : t\^ l l f t s t t ^ n n r " T'n'ii ' "nn !i«'j liij.'iti uni soon as ;i i ' a r l f d i v ! - rlf'.u-^ {hi» 'i\aj A r a i n y urj;!it i m i n ' i s o i i K !h«i i p r l n r i p a l i i lu uiin ;i]),vrtni( lit -- i|)«l .if ' f a i r s :in» I r o n - 1 nut 1,1 :,-,i t u n o t (^ oruc of i ho f u c U ' - s t - t i i i i v i i t p .tml f u n - | rt-coidcd j Uppo.sKo Mla° f/tt ri.ni" a p p r n r c ' WalUr Scott, who p . - r f u r n i n Hkt a I Vote an df'Kliilc his r i i i n p u f r f t ! w ! y f cent I n t r o d i i c M o n t o i b r - sj r«" i si Y f m t i i - f u l i n d h a n d ~ui!i'-, Scott, w h o d l u a d y has ni«dc n r i - p u t n j i o n I n d i o r h nntl m u j i i r a l conifdy, 3ijp^,t.r .unuri^l uf ft hlgt ly KIK fi^s-iful (ilin c a r p e r . KIIKPIH' JJor-lea n n d M i l d r e d V n n Horn n l h o irnii-t !M credile'l \v1tl h i . h l y s«ooes-u- f u l rouditioiTi o? t h e i r pM't'i. A c t i o n in "Hold Y i t u r Man" shlfH from Nc-w York to i ' n r i a Most of tnr action takes plaoo lit t!u Kronen capital. A n a l l - t a l k i n g c-omodv, act and a nowtt roel art n!.-?o shown. i Jitirn"" uicr ric'?ii;; ra*', in n Miis; F j i r pd-Ain' r:i «·. t l i T f l l us c !n I'H. ..!- 5'!, s .it-ij(.,i ( v n ,«i(ii« f i n n n l ! p ;t(-'iti'. J i ! ) « ' j s i ' i r i . ) ] ' mm- civ ( n - j « . i ' PIAJ ^ t , ( j ^ C i I, r i' ii lv i 'if I 'i r \f ' ; * r u ks i i nd * * ;t 11 h i ?bt ff ftri I ' * ' j i ? ^ - 1 !v JMinTssi l t , Y * - « , V i i tbiV v n c l r r t^s t b i * i ""-!!·('!( n 'h' \c a-* t m ( n p r !!··»'* 5 i t ; , i « - n ni-'-' M o ' r r , ,'oitlv, y i M « y f - r · · ' i r r l i - K '"'iii'lfi n, "i l H y i t J g n\ l h « - ' t i r i i i i ^ u r t ) ' I h . ' i ' i " , w i l l «. »y '-hron- j i IM!),' in'' n, U t , n ' o r l « p p r f w t j "··),! h HI R h ' * ' v i \ h, j i 4 r . i H f o * /,, ai (|f itti AM! ;i!i b i t i« i Mvld t n r j 'in- ' . ( . - ' d o " at 'lit, !|v ·« (,f i! it'-tr'ini, w ,'Ki i i i u v i rs ftfti- in Uir r n . f " KJ; « n S ' f t H . s r r - llr m m o n i . [ '".r.» u-d i'tfl i,n' j ' t a v f n tn « ,!ory by j !S"t'i!s Mi.rt.Ml'i. « ·;/, vi } !)* r»mi v n!- ' !.*·: t fi f i r t S j c i n t « . t i i r j f t ; In v sich 'hi 1 ' . i * i j M « ' ! . - ft; ) t _vs ft w i (.'-crac) i n s i n c - I ri.an!, w h o cMti'uii! y R.-'K h's Inj: | i-hTif as n r.urr !rlvi«r - an! umufc tho j ' 'i.un f to ;u i:.-u- one (f t h a i io»t dm- i m.i'.'.i of »(it- ifi.'!"t U In rule m « h ; i J ' h!- K iiiin.sicaS hnjiuvr is at its i It'-ht /ujd ',!· M-iunis") o \ \ l t h » UIP r e n l « Hitinca Kl.ip-* U i r i l J a on i h u rack nr,d in t h o a i r . A I I ' M i'.tj;. pUys t! r he o!tn, an . i v i a i r l A i« ioit. w l i i nir y UDK a u t o ' J r i . t r , and ihoh l(j\. KUH' SH |«HV«|. "P^ f l t h r i i u r b the 1 ii|i« .'ttid d» /ns of the a u t o rac ins trfenio in a rlrve manner, Tim program also i n c l u d e ' a movies' aid sound l o n e act, a l l - t n l k i n g ' T h e H o l l y w o o d llevuo" will open onday for n f o u r - i a ) n t t r x t i o n . DOMINANT ROAD IN CONSOLIDATION TO BE PARENT COMPANY Ri»sl»fn,s V t h l e t i r Bo ird. K. D r o w t M , uiPiu iar of tho N e w Vorfc K t a t o A t h M i t ; ( ommlusioii ior the pa*l ( i.\ yt-am has ortlgned to acc.opt tlu ofiiRr of district utorucy ot Kin KM wiunij A c w 1'trk, of the , f i l l , b'lt HlC-n A b r i l l i a n t I ' l r n t y f Iniifness mm nch prtise for a s rpt.ii v when what t h f y rcdily w nt in something nice to look at. C o n t l n u r r l frnrn 4'age One, t h e uniilcatioii of the Xatlon'a rail propw-tleh Into a limited number of iu- dcpoiuienl eyuluma, In ohorl, a imaiH upon which they nmy bulUl up p t o posed eyfitema to 1)e buljmltlod to tho coniiuipflitHi for litta! approval. Tho proposed "Wab;i«h" «ystcni wiis citod nu example of the m e t h o d , 't'ho dosigjiiitolu of "Wabush" as a p p l y i n g to this proposed unification doe« not i m p l y that tho Waby,h R a i l w a y tniifat nocc«i«urily be the dotimunil fucUn 1 , it was oxphuued. Under (uterutatu Cotn- nmreo Commte«lori v a l u a l i o i i H , i h e Wttlmsh stands third in point of value among the railroiids comprising the /jo-called "Wal«Ujh" Sy«tsm. Te-utativo and final valuations of tho Intoi'tolnta Cormnei'co ComniiHsion f l n t mg Ixiolc a« far an 1815 show art aggregate value iar Uie proposed "Wa- Imsh System" of ?],20i),191,;M'l, ox- cluslvo of trackage rights ovor .other line« of railroad, w h i c h can not be figured in p o i n t of value 1 . These valuations wern t l u l o r m i n e d under the old v a l u a t i o n piognun of the commission, w h i c h employed 1914 u n i t pri'Ta for labor, mute-rial*;, etc., in determining v a l u a t i o n dale costs of reproduction. ThOhe- roudn t o m p r i r t l u g tliu j ) i o - porfed "Wahash Syrite/n," w h i c h lutv been t e n t a t i v e l y v a l u e d by Llie com- niifeeion but not tliiaily valued, under the okl program, are stated below w i t h v a l u a t i o n s : s Western M a r y l a n d . Sf7l,21 r J,ll L , \S'a- baoh, 1106,625,000; W i i e p i i n g . Lak« Erie, $40,142,8(11); I ' l l t n l i u r s \\'c«t V i r g i n i a , 5 2 2 , S 1 H , ) O I , N e w JiM-ipy, I n d i a n a I l l i n o i s , v.!jr,(i5U; Sabo.ti'd A i r Line, $i25,B(ifi,(M)0; iMuhou, I J u b l t n R a v i u n i i l i , ^2.209,:iOO; A t l n n U c - · Yadkiu llailu'iiv. $3.400,000, and Taiupa Northern, f l 112,46-1. Otlior » rind's w h i c h linve )een tonta- lively voluc«| tnd in whi h the new "Waiwtifi System" propose te to havo liait Interest, are f h o Ironl m Railway, ?39C,000 -- ow^-half Intor -at for \Va- liawh or $198,000; South luffalo, ?t,- GD!j,300 -- one-eklh hileresi for Wabneh or f2S3,221. The total v n l u o of rail oads 1n the proposed [-.ystorn w h i c h hi. /o been ton- lntlv(»ly va!uxl M . C 5B58,«S( ,189, includ- hiB only the interests S , roadu In w h i c h tho SVahdsh sliarea control with other cai rlwe, nallro.idfi \\h1ch are In Juded In tho proposal VVab.ifeli System and Ihos-e in w h i c h ( h e Walmph has an latercet, w h i c h havo heeu f i n a l l y /allied tnider tlio old pi-ograni, are as oJlow*. A k r o n , Canton ft You igetown, $1,- 7'H,,'1C4; Toledo, J'eorU Western, C,397,800; Ann Arbor | J 1,127,277; Cesapenlte , Ohio of In liana, $9,;!14,000, Mani6tl(]iie hi ice Superior, !f«OS,000; N o r f o l k Weisiern, ?2,'i6,240,- 000; one-half interest i . Detroit, Toledo Ironton, $5,965,150; ono-thlra in tercel in Cumberland Pennsylvania, ?V}6,3GJ; on-o-h tit 1 Interest in Buffalo Creole, $77,110; one-flflh in- torefct in Oeneeoc \S'yi mlng, $64,7CO; o n e - f o u r t h i n t e r e s t in iku Terminal Railroad ,|5(M,lt'l; one third interest in Ben wood . Whe-olii g Connecting n a l l r o a d , $101,6ii6; one- laH Interest in P h i l a d e l p h i a , Bi-tblehei t New England, $803,300, Aberde -n lloc'knsh, i5 10,1 0 0 , BcuiK-UKville Cheraw, $6,570; l U i m i n g h a m R o u t h e a s l o r n , $70^,0«0, Buffalo T nion -Carolina, Clilfuidt Hiii ro/ad, $173,872; Phono 889. A Frlontlly M((irc for T h r i t ' l y Phono 8»0, Fresh Candies For Friday and Saturday Wo havo just received a fresh supply of those delicious Milk flhocolate covered Caramels and Tlonoy-comb Chips for your choosing Lhn oml of this week. / Rim-Damaged I Stockings Repaired I Urinp, in a pair of laundered silk hose and let, us show you how beauti- f u l l y wearable Ihoy can be repaired . . and snve the price of a new pair. Snags ° r pulled threads repaired a(, 10c an Two Splendid Groups Women's f*avishly f u r r e d f-ijjilH tailored in tho latest fashion of fine, .soft broadcloth. Also a t t r a c t i v e spoi'ifi coats, durably lined. Ufgurdl'-SK of cost or former prices t h e y are ^ u i r K c d for q u i r k ck'i'.rance. Drastic Reductions on We »men s Formerly $5.95 to $28.00 *A Price / A In t h i s gJ'ottj) you w i l l find successful \ \ i i t t o r Dress ] x ashions marked at t h e Jowrst prires of (ho ssason. Important (I irker shades. A l l good quality fabrics. Home of the Talking Pictures. Today, Tomorrow and Saturday All Talking j Today, Temorrow, Saturday i WITH S O U N D You U get lots of lips on liow to (jivtcn ' e m - - txutl how to hold 'unt~- when you aoo Lovely r / a u r a lu this hlluriomi Slurring Also All-Talking Comedy, Torrciicc, Karl Dane Act and Sound JVo V i i u p h o n e Act With Jack W h i l e and His liiilertainers All Talking Serial 'Ace of Scotland Yards' -- JMaUnee JOc and 25( % j Xiglit .5c and .'{.(· »*". VW9.500; Carolina Durhuin ni-oor ."Monday, Tuosdny and' W"ediiCN(ifty T h o n i n s 31eig'han, H. J5. Warner and Li!n Lee in "THE ARG YLE CASE" R Noilboai- ern, $138,270; Southern, .yiiG.SOO; Edge- Miinctta, 'j.a: ,BOO; Georsio, Southern U n l f , $S, '00; Lawndale l t a l l \ \ a y ( u d u s t r l a l Company, $81,575; Maxton, A l r n a Southbound, $132,435, Virginia fcki them, $127, 55J; Wurrc-nlon, $4S,080, ue-haU in tores t In i n t i ' i ^ i a t e Kailroiu , $UU1,IOO; one- h a l t ' i n t o i - i o t in Clui ham Tornihial U u i J r o d d , UnjiOO; OIH -half Inlercel In om. $2,83 .,033; St. Lnulf Hanulb.il, $1.008.77 . Aiverton AVVKRTON, J a n , 2.-- M i a . W. .S, Tho Young Ui lies' Bible Class ot ; w i t h relatives here, t h e C h u i c i i of G( d n i l ! inoet in ivgu- kir n i u i i l h l y Hunting at the home of Ober and Mns. S 15. Morse, were chopping In Uonneiltivillc Monday. Mr. and .Mi. W a r r e n Ku hor of Connellbville vieitod A l v e r t o n rala- lives S u n d a y . Rev. Page ot S n i i t h t o u wah im friendtj in A l v e r L o u Tuesday. Mn. l.yii.i K i l i i i ' i a n on Fruluy eve- .Mit 5 l i a r r y Jones w u « a Penns, -illo visitor Tuesday, n i n £ , ·*''*:' 'Nellie B.dtman of Glerioe,j te , . . , , , , , , v i j i t i n i ; nor f l i o l i - r , A l i e MoU'ia lose ·John Hiiddi'Iiy has r e t u r n e d to U P - ' t h i s ueelt t r o i t , .Mieh , i i l t i r H^mling a w e e k ' \ iteitmg his mot ier. linyd Ober liho r e t u r n e d to Wo: V i . g n u a a f t e r nK'iidaig a few weeks' umiw'df Xte Daily Oourier.

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