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I -aast Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Advertising Median? in the Yough Region, ! VOL, 28, NO. 48 Tbc W^cfcly C«nrl*r. Founded July t7, 1S70, The lliillK Courier, Founded Kcvrmber 10, 3 100S July !, 3U3O. '.LOS IDA Y EV 5NIN, JANUARY f f J930. Inquest Witness Testifies She Thinks He and Tony Bell Were in Car From Which Baseball Bat Found Near Scene Was Thrown. BULLETIN. rM(m'OWN, Jim. 8.--Coroner S. A. BnllK Informed the jury at !l o'clock t h N ut'ioriibun tlnit -nhilo he did not like to Interrupt tho thread of the in- vextiK-idlon mid that "In iew of testi- monj Introduced today it ^111 he necessary 1o snbpoeim additional w i t nesses and until UIO.P nitiievses liino been notified It w i l l be nece.^nry 1o fc-ntinuo th» Sp"- a l t o T h o C o u r i e r . UN'IONTO'.V.V, Jan. 8.--The n a m e of C a p t a i n Robert C. Btedsoe- of Conn e l l s v U l e , former e o n n t y detective, was brought i n t o the J o h n F. Donohoe iueiuest this ! i f t e r n e o n w h e n Miss Margaret Abel of South Union t o w n s h i p was c a l l e d to the wilne.ss stauel. Miss Abel said t h a t she was M t t i n t ; In a l u m b e r t r u c k on a lonely road i n the v i c i n i t y of the Old Frame h i g h way, near .Mii.onto\\n, at H o'clock t h e m o r n i n g t h e - body of J o h n Donohoe: was f o u n d . The w o m a n ti-stllicd tliat a n o t h e r a u t o m o b i l e d r o \ n u p a n d imlled olf t l ' e h i g h w a y , near t h e i r s She claim.s' t l . a t h b e recogr i/.ed two uf ihe men i n t h a t car a-s lilcdsoe and Teny liell. Miss Abe! albo t e s t i f i e d t h a t an ob| jes't l a t e r f o u n d to be a baseball licit i \vii-, t h r o w n nut of the m a c h i n e w h i c h j p u l l e d off ( b e ro.iel n e a r w h e r e Mie ' · w i » . She.- said t h a t a u t h o r i t i e s cune ; u p o n t h e ob.u'ci a f t e r shi had g i v e n j t h e m , t h a t u i l o r m a t i o n . The- bat \'. is f o u n d mar th Latest Portrait of Italy's Future Queen i CONNELLSVJKLE, SIXTEEN PAGES. Amid the pi. udtls of t h o u s a n d s gathered about i h o royal palace.- at Home, Princess 'Marie Joso of l i e M g l n m today became tb« b r i d o of C r o w n Prince Humbert of I t a l y . Tin- abovo p o r t r a i t was m a d o just before she bewail p r e p a r a t b - n f o r h e r t r i p t o Home. Football Helps Player Mentally, Coach Amos Says the ,') K! of the d e p u t y con- a n d f o r m e r state troopt-r \ s a i located. ''Do you k n o w w h o wa« in t h a t «ir?" q u e r i e d C o r o n e r S. A. !Jalti. "It looked l i k e C a p t a i n B!««Uoe to j me.. A b i i i a l l por-on in the- t r o u t .seat' bd.idc h i m looked like Tony I3ell. Tin 10 w .1 · #»me one in t h e b a c k . ' They wero t . i l k i n K hut not loud e n o i m h l o r m e t o h i a r . " "Did lh"- i i cm excited?" " Y d - , the i- u.ill one was w i p i n g hi-i face." Tii" ^ c m a n wild t;ho wat, able to ,eo t h e n i i - n in Ihe i n t e t i o r of tho c:i b t e a u i e t h e y t u r n e d Ihe h«ht o n . "VS'h.U I'l-i happened'. 1 " continue'l W i l l i a m AniQB, head toothal! coach at Waijhliigton A .lofiereon Coliej;e | rind one of t h e moet proficient exp o n e n t s of tho } rid )port, was the scenii j speaker at the a i n u n ! f o o t b a l l d i n n e r " A n o t h e r i . i r cain^ a l o n g a n d when it parsed they pullt-d out." j "Dn you K n o w w h a t Kind of a car pullc! I l l there?" I "I c o u l d n ' t t-ay w h e t h e r it wa« a H u d s o n 01 u Buick." i "Did you s j o the- licence number?" j "It wari X-l'U,lti8. The car \vw there i n h o u t 10 m i i i i i l e s . " She addwl t h a t it j w a n , a b o u t o o'clock in the m o r n i n g . I "Could the see your car'. 1 ' tho wast ( o f t h e K i v v u n i s C i u b a t noon today. | K i f t y ^ m o morn hern of the- I f i g h School f o o t b a l l R i u a « l were giieitr. of the Kiwanians. ( J o a e h \Villiam K Doldo, Track Co ich J. A. IXM-CW, J u n i o r High Coa h K d w a r d A n d e n s o n ami J'hyeical Director Wesley Joiuih alno were guests. Mr. Amos was i itrodtice-d by Su;.ci- i n t e n d e n t Bela H S m i t h Declaring t h a t i h e \Vorld \V~ar was rcfij)on6lble for 11, o r e c o g n i t i o n of the t r u e value ol .ootball when t h e soldiers displayed an unconquerable i .spirit, Mr. Amen l i i g h l y 1nudel the ; merits of the g^Hlron sport. j "Football d e v e ' o p s in tho pariiet- i p a n t a spirit of contest which enables ' him to lake h!i p irt ami strive to do I better in tho I n c i of repeated rover, sals," Mr. Amoe ,aid. "It trains accuracy a n d u l e r t i e«e in tho boye?. It i makes them fight 'o got, t h r o u g h to tha finish. The grid ;atne foe lore l o y a l t y to the team and t^ tho country." Tho speaker saul that football cul- tivatcc the ideal of f a i r play, clean lch enter*, into all Building of Storehouse Will Make Possible More Machinery in Mill WILL ADD ABOUT 50 EMPLOYES Si-crctary John K n o x 13lake of [ho Hoard of Trade today n u v t o the following a n n o u n c e m e n t r e l a t i v e t o pro- potse d enlargement of t h e p l a n t of I h o C o n n a l i f i v i l k ' S i l k C o m p a n y o n . t h o Wett Side: "After being engnnet! for t h r e e , m e i r U i H on thi:s pVeije-et I h a i l n f i n a l t a l k w i t h Stanley Boekhiuit o f t h e C o n i i e l l s v i l l e Silk Compain i n w h i c h he a u t h o r i z e d me !o K t . i t t » Hint bld« w i l l be o u t in about t w o w e e k * t o r f t s t o r e h o u s e f o r ( h e e o m p a n y w h i c h w i l l rek'atie a d d i t i o n a l m i l l spur P. t o ) i n c r e a s e tho n u m b e r of employe*; t o ] a b o u t 225, w h i c h w i l l be a bis iu- c r e f f c p over any p r e v i o u s n u m b e r eni- p l o j e d . The storehouse w i l l br- in alt prolxibllity b u i l t of galvanized iron and concrete, w i t h fileel i,ii(,h, etc. "This is a d e f i n i t e m o \ o t o w a r d ex- pan ,ion and e n l a r g e m e n t of thin a c t i v e coni-orn a n d t h e work t h a t b u n been d o n ' in t h i s d i r e c t i o n comes under tho I n t e r e s t H r o u p read of s t i m u l a t i n g pret ent local i n d U 6 t r l e « . \Ve are very m u c h g r a t i f i e d to bo able to make thifl ! annniim-cme-nt a f t e r several m o n t h s of c o n f e r e n c e «nd p r e p a r a t i o n . Tho at- t i t u i e of the, C o i u i c I I h v i l l e Silk C o m - j pany fihould be nppnv-|nte«i by t h o ' peoi le of C o n n c l l s v i l l o who are not a s k e d to c o n t r i b u t e a cent In this big impi ovoniMit." Jt is understood the i n s t a l l a t i o n of a d d i t i o n a l m a c h i n e r y which w i l t be moil} j!0«6lblf t h r o u g h the* erection of a storehouse and the v a c a t i n g of m i l l space n o w used f o r t h a t purpose w i l l increase tho n u m b e r of employes by about r0. II Is nndetvUiod tho work will bo completed before, Eaeter. Missionary Murdered in Africa o^ Miss Hulda Stumpf, of New York, a welt-known A merfcan missionary, was found murdered in a house at the Africa Inland Mission Station, at Kijase, Kenya Colony, recently. Miss Stumpt 63, had been for more than 20 years, a member of the Kijase Mission. (Imrrnatloaui Miss S i u m p f mi', n (·· u"in of ,T. M. Stnin-jrf of r n l o n f o n n a IK! hint n i n n y friends u l t h e c o u n t ) sent, where she visited a. n u m b e r of Mines. Unprecedented Splendor Marks . Wedding of Marie and Humbert COURT SEALS FATE OF SNOOK, DOOMED TO DIE JANUARY 31 13 y U n i t e d f'reai. C O L U M R l ' H , Ohio, .Ian. S. -- The State Supreme Court today denied a re-hearing to Dr. J. Howard Snook, former Ohio laU University professor, under senlonce lo die January 31, for the murder of Theora HU, his co-ed sweetheart The rehearing was asked after t h e conr: refused to review Snook's a p peal. \The o n l y irecounso now ia l h a United States Supreme Court or execU'Hve clo7nen;y. Ciov-ernor Cooper h,is said ho would d e n y tho latter. w 1 would "1 lon't k i o w . they could." W h e n tho coroner had f i n i n h e d , J. K. A l b r i g h t , a m -tnber of the j u r y a ^ k e d , "How well do you k n o w C a p t a i n mo.d- soe?" " I ' v e hccn Mm in the courtroom and on the btrecit,," tho v. itr.et-t* replied Sho halt Ihe men in tho f r o n t scat*-. hud no hats on. "Then, In y o u r opinion, he resembled C a p t a i n Ulodfcou more t l i o n iiny o t h e r nui.i you k n o w ? " a^ked Alb r i K h t . -Yes." C o u n t y Df e c t l v e A. A. D o w n ins t r - i t i l U - d tha; t h e b a t f o u n d after t h o a u t h o r i t i e s h u d been notified of it being tob^.'d t i v i m an automobile was sent to a p.il'iolosiot for the p u r p o s e of beins e x a m i n e d and havhiR any furcicai s u b s i i ' i u e on it analyzed. Hn B.iid U was n t u r n e d to him and that a b o u t t w o m i ' i i t h s ago he gnve it to Major L y n n Adams ot the Stale 1'olico. "\Vh»t \ \ a ? t h o report f r o m t h e l.iboratory?" "There wa: a sort of an oil stain on t h e bat. but no blood." " U u ' i t h a t a wnttc., report?" "Yes. H is In my liie." Dovsnins.- a! o t o l d of t i n n e r p r l n U l u M i i t ; l a k e - i i 'rom t h e c a r i n vvliicli Donoboe w a s k i l l e d a n d t h e linger p r i n t s wei o n!so t a k e n of Ok'iin A l l i i m , )0d W o n s e t l e r and Helen Hess. Tony sportsmanship walkti of life. "It Is a great learn. Play Iho the/ rules. The a thiti Icfcson more le«son we all must 'amo accordingly lo ' h l e t c h have learned ' b a n others." Mr. Amos declared that athletics la needed In thte c uuitry more t h a n ever before. He .said that a person, u n p r e j u d i c e d , eon d not make a t r u o '·statement t h a t sport competition i« i n j u r i o u s to the nation. j Woman of 81 Has First Train Ride Mrs. Edward 'J . Poland, SI years old, who resides on a farm near Uomttcy, W. Va., had her first train I'itlo vheti she came lo Connellsville last n g h t to visit her son-in-law mid d a u g h t e r , Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Iser. Sho w i l l remain h e r o ' for several weeks. Mrs. Poland enjoys good h e a l t h , Her .son-in-law, Mr. l r, w e n t 10 tlomney to accompany her here. · "\\ hei i t h e i r - !;·!!'.·" a - k c d he any mado c o r o n e r . Accuser ot Oanpr Shot. C H I C A G O , Jan. S.--Jeau B. \vc-r, ,10, who r e c e n l l y b r o u g h t com- pla nts against a ^ang of alleged ex- loriioniSits, inchul ng Police S e r g e a n t \Villiam licgley, o i charges of f r a u d , wae touiKl fehot to death in hitj cabin shop hero hitft nig lit. Attempted Bnri.lary Frustrated. H e n r y l l r a n t ol Blackstono a v e n u e i n f o r m e d police th it borne- one tried lo break into bis home y sterday m o r n - ing, shortly a f t e r 1 e h a d ' g o n e to w o r k . r.MON"rO\\ N. J a n . S -That J o h n F Doimhoe, f rmer c o n s t a b l e a'ld eie- .-·-.-. --.. ··- ;,«.._ l u , , ,, · · . l u t y i oniUibh* of t'uiotnown. murder-Pllis wife was f r l g i tened by the burg- e-d on the n . s h t of J u l y S I , l'J2i). j lar w h o - w a s s c a r e d away. Mr. B r u n t I'e.ired ViirUni 1 - persons i n i i ^ h t e n d e a \ o r i saiel that it was he second attempt, lo b a r m him s is si,vrtliiu;ly eli elo;c on the w , t m s ^ stand t h i s morning v. lien Uii i n | i u x - t t - o n d t i c t e i l by Cor- C o i i t t u u o J on Puso Six. H. C. 1 ,\ on ot Operation. N o r t h nvt e j:,ir e is Slayer Held lor G r a n d Jury. B A L T I M O R E , .1 in. t..--A coroner'ti j u r y l.M n i g h t h Id boren/.o Price, t Heubeu I l o y m a n ;, DorotHy Uurgesb, on the c h a r g e of conlejjseeel slayer and a t t a c k e r 01' i\I' ' tor the Ki'.uid j u i t i n u . x l e r ,nul c r i t n i i . i l a.-,i-ault. u i J In- r . e t t ' i m Tlir-r-al O p e r u t i o n . ( N i l i ' i ( i u i n b 11 n r ; ' l o]n-t . i l i ' H L.I ' S'.dtJ liuauiUU LU.U j 1 U i i e e.i I : U / t ' l M O K K Let i e h M o r o i i t ; h S I , l i e s s e n a t o r ;! o her boiiu- he! e l.i IVL.S. " S.'iiator Dip-., J i n . }* -- A i i v 1 ' h i l i p a e l l e n l j i t . ' f o r COLD WAVE SWEEPS OVER ENTIRE WEST; COMING EASTWARD C H I C A G O , J a n . S.--Winter's uglier mood brought .hardship and B u f f e r i n g to m i l l i o n s in central and western regions, of tho country today. Deep s n o w t h a t d r i f t e d In h i g h w a y s hira scd rcsldentA of the Pacific N'orUiwcTil and tho Rocky Mountain region, w h i l e bitter cold prevailed all the vay to tho Cri;eat Lakes. Temperatures were m i l d e r In the can lorn ewin;; of the d i s t u r b a n c e , with the Central States r e p o r t i n g variations from zero to UO above. Oregon comnuinllieti dug o u t from a snow blanket t h a t had blocked highways and crippled I rain .service and power and communlcxClion lines. Tele- phono and telegraph service had been restored hotwen Portland and San Francisco after linesmen bucked d r i f t s and icy blasts. Tho cold wave, bearing snow flur- riee, moved (southward along Iho coast to harasti n o r t h e r n C a l i f o r n i a today. Tin- western slope of Colerad lay undei the heaviest s n o w f a l l in 10 years. Scores of motorists were marooned and s u i f c r i n g was wiele- fipreud. Snow of almost a« great d e p t h covered Wyoming, Montana, s o u t h e r n b'toh and northern Arizona. Zero anel (-lib-zero t e m p e r a t u r e s prevailed t h r o u g h o u t the m o u n t a i n country. The mercury p l u n g e d to iO below at Glasgow, M o n t . , and Miles City repotted "2 below. It was felightly al)ov zero at Denver. Snenv and tlecl f e l l in scattered sectk us of the mld-weet toeiay and the thennome::,-;- bobbed fifiphtly lower. Tho 'Jhlcago area had i a i r weather, brisk v cold. Seven Chicks Are Hatched At Vanderbilt A nrood of seven little chicks wa« hatched by a bantam hen owned by Ci. W Herbert uf V a n d e r b i l t on Sun- Uiy. Kcie-h I'gp ol' t h e b e t t n i R pro- j i etueeo a pri-p. t Mr H e r b e r t bf-lmven l n e - e to be the i ' c a r l H t - t peepcos, In V n n d e r b i l t a n d n\ T i n M \ R r p . t ' n i l e d f i c s ' , .Staff C o r r c t l o m l e n t . flOME, Jan ,'(.--Tho roy i) houses of Italy and H e l ^ l n m were) initeni today w h e n Prlncein Mai Jo .)c 10 of liol- K l n m and C r o w n P r i n c e H .mbert of I t a l y were m a r r i e d In th · P a u l i n e C h a p e l of t h e Royal Q n i r i n il Palace. Il was a g e n u i n e love in itch in a g l i t t e r i n g s e t t n i K of myall: .inch as has not been seen In Eurc oe since before the \\iir, when t h r - ncs and dynasties began lo t o p p l e O n t s i d o tho palaeei, in Q u l r l n a l HCHK re, 10,000 s u b j e c t s paid d e l l g h t « d bom (?e; to tho p o p u l a r h e i r to tho I t a l i a n t irone and tho b l o n d e l i t 11^ p i i n e e s s who in t h r o e days had won t h e i r a faction. .Kings and q u e e n s find princes gathered in the P a u l i n e Chapel, rich in h i s t o r i c associations, for tlu cero- mony in w h i c h Marie Joso abandoned 1 er girlhood and assumed (he weighty role of f u f i r o queen of I t a l y . O u t s i d e , tho city was a r i o t of color and rejoicing. Thousands f r o m every corner of the kingdom bad assembled In t h e c a p i t a l for the fcs- Hvltles. The w e d d i n g was holel at 10 A. M. Shortly before the h o u r the royal e-ortegej passed t h r o u g h t h u f o r m a l rooms of Ihe palace to the chapel. Mario Jose was iu the lead, on the arm of her f a t h e r , K i n g Albert of the C o n t i n u e d on Page Two. 180 THIEHTK COUl'LES M A K E I?OVAL WKD1) NG I ) A V TIME FOK 'UKIKS , Hy U n l l e i l i'resa. TRIESTE, Jan. S.--At couples, paying a tribute of lo Crown Prince H u m b e r t ceas Marie Jose, chose t o d a j o w n weddings. T r i e s t e c h u r crowded w i t h wedding parti east ISO .entimeut ml Prln- for their hcs were B. OPERATIONS ARE RESUMED AT MYERS PLANT MOUNT PLEASANT, J a n . 8.---Temp o r a r y a r r a n g e m e n t s h.ive b 'en made to resume o p e r a t i o n s at, t e M y e r s plant of the B r o w n f l p l d Coa Coke C o m p a n y , near here, w i t h 11 i placing i n t o use of t l i e slope by i hloh the employes get into and out of the mine. While n i l e)f the m»n have not. been r e t u r n e d to w o r k , many of bo older men have been R i v e n e m p l o m,eiit. The t i p p l e al the m i n e \vn: destroyed by flro on S a t u r d a y mor ilng, and work on the r e c o n s t r u c t i o n has been started. It is believed that '-ho blaze was of i n c e n d i a r y o r i g i n a nets of m i s c h i e f had b';en committed on many occasions al the p l a n t It was aaid that one n i g h t ,il! of t h e who. Ibarrows were t a k e n awa;, and rnai y badly damaged. KURTZ POST W ILL MEET ON FR (DAY W i l l i a m I 1 '. K u r t z Tost of. t 10 Grand Army A v i l l h o l d its r e g u l a r n ootiiig iu Odd Follows Temple Friday .fternocn at li:;'i() o'clock. VarliiuneRt to Open OTTAWA, Ont., J a n . S, Mackenxio iCini? uiiKHiuccd t h a t t h e Canadian i ) i r l i a m e open on February 20 The said "by-elections were }ttsi Uiug In t h r e e constituencies and It was desirable to have? them over 1 jforo the session. I-'c) . '10. -Premier ist n i g h t t would- premier The Weather Rain c h a n g i n g to s l e e t ' o r mow ton i g h t or T h u r s d a y , nine c o l d e r T h u r s d a y is the noon weal ler forecast t o r W e s t e r n P e n u s y l v a n i. 'I'omiieral uro Kecori. 11K1I) P. W. VA. ASKS SIX MILLION BONDS FOR EXTENSION WASHINGTON, Jan. S.---Tho Piits- bur.g Wot Virginia Railway applied to tho Intc.rsta'tB Comimerco Commta- slon today for authority to issue and sell $6,000,000 of n r s t mortgage gold bonds to finance f u r t h e r construction work on its ConnellB'V'ill'ij, Pa., extension. Tho nippli-catloTi bald pi-ircec-ds from the bomlB Avonkl be used for work on IS miles of road, Including- .purchas- i n g of -mnaonry, grading a tunnel and u, large bridge over Ihe Yoitghlog'heny Uiver. The road niso asked iermis' : )lon to r e f u n d $2,000,1100 of .short, term notes issued lecen'Jy. FREEMAN HARFORD, FORMER RESIDENT OF SUMMIT, DIES Freeman I l a r f o r d , 2."i years and 14 days olel, died, at 2:8(1 o'clock this morning at his home at dates whore he had been residing for the. last n i n e years where t h e J t a r f o r d f a m i l y r e moved f r o m S u m m i t , Duiibar township. He wae ill about a week w i t h pneumonia. Mr. IJarford was employed in the, mine at Gates. Ills parentti, Mr. and Mra. Thomas Harford, a n d I h e f o l l o w i n g brothers and sisters, all at Ctate.fi, .survive: A n n a , JSdnn, .Mildred, J e n n i e , J a m e s and E d w a r d . F u n e r a l a r r a n g e m e n t si have not been completed. WEST NEWTON WOMAN DIES NEAR 101 YEARS WteST NEWTON, Jan. 8.--Mrs. Louise B. Woods, 100 jears and eight m o n t h s old, possibly the oldest woman in Westmoreland county, died Sunday at the home of her d a u g h t e r , Mrs. J. B, Secrlst eif tills place. The funeral was held yesterday. Maxim inn M i n i m u m T)r. linker HPCOIei-mic. PITTSBUIWi, Jan. S. -- Dr. S. S. B a k e r , p r e s i d e n i of W a s h i n g t o n £ Jefferson College, in f e m v a l e s c i n g ni I h o A f l c K h e n y ( J e n e r a l Ho«plta! w h e i e he n n d e r \ \ e n l "nn operolion a week ;IRO. He biif! been g r a n t e d a t h r e e m o i H l i H ' l e . i v e o l alte- l i c e * a n d d n i i r t ; l n ali.-enei 1 i)e,ui How a i d .M. \ V e j c r is directing the oifatri ol the -® sv. Duty Speaks At Noon Meeting; lev. "Our Supremo Task" was the t h e m e the- s e r m o n of Ilev. I 1 u s e n e N. D u t y , pas (or of the l-'irM Ch · J s u a n Church, 'il tho n o o n - d . t y nicelii R t o d a y at (he, ) r p ) i e u m T h e a t r e . T lere were 110 e r s c i u s i n a t t u n d i i n c p , . \ h l c h i s a n in- 'r^aso over I h c i i r e v i o is days. Tomorrow':, speaker ivlll be Rev. eurRe- H. K r n p p of t l : c United J'rcH- i j y t e r i n n C h u r c h ilcv. Fred W i n o m n n of t h e O r e e n - wnotl - M e t h o d i s t I'lpii-eopal C h u r c h led in p r a y e r and read l i o n ) the Scrlp- ures. n. O. Cl.ib.'uigh led ( l i e g r o u p sing- ntt, w i t h Dr. J. H u n Id J J n l l at the piano and C a p t a i n C. J, Fox of the S a l v a t i o n A r m y p l a j in ; the c o r n e t . A boys' q u a r t e t of the C h r i s t i a n i i f L . composed ol f l e n t o n Hoyd,' J r , M i i b u r n M e r a m l u , A. J. Hi-ynoldB and David C l i . i r l e s w o r li, xuig. They we 1 '" a c c o m p a n i e d by \5ih" J u n o Coll i n s o n t l i e p i a n o . Rev D u t y stressod I 10 f a c t t h a t the c h u r c h a t t e n d a n c e ii C o n n e l l K v i H o and i h e e n t i r e n a t i o n a ifot up to I t s u l a n d i i r d . lie enii)hasi''.ed ( h o need to g e l t h e people i n l i n e t o d o t h e w i l l of (lod, b h o w i n g t h a t ho people who K.iy t h e y can lu'e a Ch i ' M i a n l i f e out- sido tlie c h u r c h w i l l b i able to live- i m u c h b e t t e r C h r i s t i a i l i f e i f t h e y a r e w i t h i n I h o c h u r c h . Tho a t t e n d a n c e at tli · c h u r c h e s last n i g h t f o l l o w * : First X U h o d i s t Kpls- copal, f i t ; Presbylerlai , 1)0; L u t h e r a n , 48; Reformed, 27; G r e e n w o o d M e t h o dist J.Cpiscopi/1, ·!."; M e t h o d i s t i'rotes- t a n t , GS; U n i t e d Pn t i b y t e r i a n , 40; U n i t e d B r e t h r e n , liO, liaptist, 4S, and C h r i s t i a n , HI). Rev. K. A. S c h u l l B \ i i ! preach to- nig'.it a t i h e U n i t e d B i c - t h r e u C h u r c h . There, w i l l be spoi ia m u s l u lv 11. C l a r k W i l l . itov. K. I f . S i e v e i i i \\\,\ speak at the First. M e t h o d i s t Kpi .copal Church wliilo Rev. I). R. G i . ' i h i m w i l l pi-each at tho First B a p t i s t C h u r c h . CHARTER SOUGHT BY FIRE DEPARTMENT AT S. CONNELLSVILLE I n c o n n e c t i o n w i t h a f p f ) K h e t t i h u p per la-u n i K l i l , a t t e n d e d by 30 mem- r^ tho South Oon iellt-.villo Volu n t e e r Firo l ^ e p i i r t n i c i i l elecideei to a p p l y for a charter. The necessary papers were executed by A l e l o r m a n W i l l i a m McClelland of U n l o n t o w n , who was a guest at t h e supper, which w a s served i n t h o l i r c m e n ' a q u a r t e r s by the men theiiisolve= The m a t l e r was placed in tho h a m is or President B. P i n k e r l o n ami Ti easnrer Joseph Sisley. A f l e r the supper t b rc were t a l k s members of tho d e p a r t m e n t , nearly all joining, w i t h we rds ol! encouragement for the orgai b a l l o n . President Plnkerton installed 'he officers of the department, who besides himself, are: Jo in White, vice- president; J o s e p h Sisl3.v, t r a a s u r e r ; 1 havles "Woyant, B o e r r t f i r y ; Russell W e y a n t , H a l p h Davld.inn a n d W a r r e n U l a w s o n , t r u s t e e s ; I h r r y Clnwson, · h i e f ; R a l p h U i v i d , o n , a s s i s t a n t c h i e f ; Bert O r n d o r l f , c a p t a i n ; Kensey A l c C l i n t o c k , Jirst l l c u t e unit, and C. F. Malloy, second l i e u t e n a i H . Rotarded Only by he Lack of Larprer Additions o the Stock of Books. REPORTS INTEREST BOARD TRUSTEES The excessive w e a r and tear on books of the Library in the remarkable; c i r c u l a t i o n d u r i n g lf)2S, the banner y e a r in the lylbrary'K history, has, In the opinion of Mi.ss K-leanw Olney, "made s u c h inroads on the book stock t h a t It was reduced from 19,604 to l.S,303 volnme.5." The effect was 1o "offset tb-f gain of 1,18,'i beok« pii'i- ·haM-.il, 2S fe'ifts and BO volumes of ma/K-azlnes lound, maiking t b o stock at t h e beg-inni.i'E of 102TI 1!),55'i, a net increase ef but !0 volume.'). This coii'dltlon Is held lo have been largely responsiblo tor Ihe decrwuso in circula.tion, w h i c h in 1!!2'J was n2,SS2 volumes, as compared w i t h 102,2'J1 v o l u m c H In in2S. f l u r i n g 1H2U it wats popfilble to pnrchiji fewer book than in the prce-edlng yeai', hone;c there wa, a smaller stock from w h i c h to s u p p l y ( b e need*? of p a t r o n ? . Not beiiiR ablo lei jyccuire the volumes i n e i u i r e d for t h e y preferred t o t a k e none rather t h a n volume'! t h a t have; Income "o-ld," In t h e sense t h a t t h e y h a v e been in the Ijibrary for several jeru'.s. The.?c a n d other iiertinent facts of the library's management were con- tainfld in Mi.sb Olney'a report, submitted at a meeting of the board of t r u f e t e e s held l a s t evening. President W. H. Soisson presided, J. A M v i n Grey acted as secretary, w h i c h ollice. hoha.s filleel for 20 years. The o t h e r trustees present were: L F-.. R u t h , Dr. J. L. Coehran and H a r r y D u n n . Uepreseiil- ins City Council xvero U. M. SwarU- welder, Charles F. While and Ira 1). V o u n k i n . The repi ehentatu OH of tho School Board were J. C. lx)ng, D. J. Hooper and U. K. Wilhclm. Su'perin- lendent )i. jj. H m l f l i came in b3fore tho "-esRioii adjourned. The report of Treasurer I,. K. R u t h showed receipts for the year to have been as f o l l o w s : Balance from 19'^S $270.SO; from City Council, ?G,822.97; Ke-hool Hoard. $4,000; tola). $11,093.77' The expendltnree i n c l u d e d - n«^ir= repairs printing, "Davy" Crockett Again in Lockup C. R. ( D a v y ) C r o c k e t t , (5S, "no home," a p p a r e n t l y d o e s not care- for n l s f r e e d o m , Ye-Hl-erday, " D a v y " w i.i discharged when lw was a r r a i g n e i b e f o r e llayor I). M l n w d on a dun ;e of d i n n k e n a. II wa^ the c i t y \e'Utivc's. ilrst f 1 - a l police t o n i l i n d he was e n i e n t w i t h I h e l i p q i w n t \ i . s i l o r . Today. "Davy" a p a i i f.u'^d t h e mayor who told him h » w o u l d c-ith-er fork u p f7.no o r s p e n d m e days i n t h e m.stile. Crockett decidi d lo ' s l a b l u - h ils a d d r e ^ H a l I h r - Cll H a l l lor t h e i e \ t five i l a y - a^ be i as \er.v short of fmwlp. A u o t h - ^ r d r u n k i a i d 7.."0 w h i l e t h e .bird nii\n to face (he i layor, luwged vlt-h d i s o r d e t l y c o n d i n i and d r i i n l t e n - \\a.s lined ?12..VI. Couple ST. P Vdril'l auiu'h 'ampa ate ki ,vho w l i c a i n c i t l hi Uoiit ,'JO H o u r s , Itotnicd. T l O K S n i - i i U , 3 ' l a . , J a n . 8.-bourn ii t h e i r open Lovett an 1 liic; w i f e , ot rescued f r )m Tampa bay m a n e n t imprevemetit; and $924.17; fiiipplies, $230,07; $1.350; i n s u r a n c e and H30.30; t o t a l , $11,081.23, leaving ;i balance of f l 2 . 5 J applicable to 1930. After re-ports had been snbmittert (here was a R e n o r a l 'Hseusb-ion oC them and the c o n d i t i o n and work of the L i b r a r y . R M. tt wart/.voider s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of accounts ami finance ,f the City Council, talked freely upon the relation of city flu- anccs aivd tha l i b r a r y d u r i n g which he displayed very intimate huo\vled».P of t h e subject. He explained t h a t tile- policy of his office will be to pay over to the Library the one m i l l of tax as receiver!, i n s t e a d of a lixed sum per month as formerly. This,'ho exp l a i n e d , w i l l moan large payments in J u l y and August, tlie months of larp- 051 t a x colleelkms. but i n orfH ,. monlOis (he a m o u n t s available will be correspondingly smaller, as may be defermitied by I b o r a l e at w h i c h (axei are collected. Mo expressed h i m s e l f as in s y m p a t h y w i t h the work of tho J-iibrary and hoped lo ne it «row. Siiperiiitenilent H m l l h of tho Libra] v I t a t t r a c m many people from oulMde who during t h e i r visits lo Hie c i t y sp - m i money hero ami t h u s e o n ' r l b u l e - to the biiMness cnterpri.e.s. I I : said it. was d i f f l c t i l t to ctlmale the value of ihe tion letween the schools bra-ry. la t h i s respect it, hu.s bwonw an almost Ind!npen-able'. agency Doctor J. 1, Cochran d r o w attenlion to the reports of Trc.iBiirer Rmh and Miss O l n r y , l i b r a r i a n , and comment,) upon the .short lime in whi-rh can become obsolete, lie | n * his own l i b r a r y m a n y volume:? of which are no,v e n t i r e l y out of eiuto be- c a u s e of the advances In the- art of medicine This f a c t , and t h » wear and tetir of ii.se, ,,,,, kps j, |, np ,v, Vl Hve that t h e L i b r a r y r o i i K l a n t i y replenish i r n K f o c l c and buy the. latast l i n e s . c o m m u n i t y value coopera- and the Li- i ' r ^ i d e n t \V. H. Sni^o t h o lollowiiiK ( o m m i i t « - n ttu e n s u i n g v e a r : - Kx«-, Koi'son, f,. F. R n t l i , 1? i appointee! i o ^·c r^vi fo p H i v e , \V. U. welder and H .;. Hooper.' J. M. Orr-y, H u r r y D u n n , li-a km and (ih,-!,rles F W h i t e John i,. Gam-, Dr. .]. ] ' James (\ Long and it. JO. 1J. Y o u n - - r/ibrary, Cochran, for ', John wore- il n i g h t by coai t guardsmen re n o t i f i e d of Hi · couple's pro- b l i m p tin; C ( o d y e a r Fliers Die in ( rash, S A V D l l C C O , Cal.. J a i S-Two n a v y avi.ilors w e r e k i l l e d l , i - t n i g h t when t h e i r a m p h i b i a n p l a n e I i n t o San M I P H O F.-iv Th x I j i r - ' i l e i i i H i t K u j i e n e !·'( I ! ICiibiiiii J o b n H . ' i , i 11 1,5IHI t e o l v i t t i n i M w ere l i u i K e l ; ,uid W. A. BISHOP FUNERAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON The f u n e r a l serviee for W i l l i a m A, BiB'hop, whoso d e a t h occurred ruij- rienty y e s t e r d a y afternoon, w i l l be held on T h u r s d a y afternoon. Thcro will^ be ,1 brief service- at the in liast Cn-on stroei ;u a siirvici- ,n Hie K i r s f Church at ',.',', o'e lork n^ W. P. H.MS,-!] ( ,i t o n , ,i tr.rmer p i s ( ( i r i l N e i t h e r a t - c i f i t o I n t t i i u u n t \ \ i l l be ; o'elock, w i t i i P r e s b y t e r i a n New Kensing- eie, w i l l --.fp- in u m G r o v e

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