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WEDNESDAY, J A N U A R Y 8 30-10. D A I L Y COURIER, C'ONKBLL.S /II.LB, PA. r AH 10 ir PRESIDENT GREEN DECLARES POLICY OF FEDERATION On Its Ovtrnni/atloH Drive in South; Will lid- No Surrender (o C o m m u n i s m . WHY THEY HATE THE A. F. OF L. U U n l t i ' c T T'tess. CHARLOTTE, K. C., J a n . S--Tho long hralded Southern organization drivo of the A m e r i c a n l'edoratlon of Mbor has been off'.dally launched. Aotlvo wrk luui bcxMi begun f o l l o w i n g an all-day conference yesterday between \Vllllom Green, president ol t h e Federation and national officials ·with repix'seimiUwfi of 95 c r a f t s from M-ven southern btin.es here. Tho collier* uce atUo.urtne-d a f t e r p i c k i n g I M r n i i n g h u n , AHbatna, ae hoad(|uarters for I he- drive-. A corn- nil too of throe, headed by Paul Smith, genaruJ organi/,or of the Ke'leration of Labor, will be in (barge. M o r o than 20« delegates f r o m industrial con^rs of the South met with President Orpo-n a n d heard him outline a broad c o n d u c t i v e policy or coop- oration for tho industrial life of Dixie, 'flie national [irefcitleut's address lasted 11 curly two lioui-a. Ho dwelt in detail upon tho policy of u n i o n i s m and t l i o philofcophy m o t i v a t i n g the organi- sation which he leadfe. Ho took tho opportunity--iK"ikl»R iu tho textile bolt o£ N o r t h Carolina--to review tho tiM'llUoual opposition to tho American Federatin of Ixibor to anything that smack 1 - of Coromuninm. It v»«id In lhi« d i s t r i c t of the south at .Marlon, Gastoniu, and Clitiehtield-- - w h e r e Left W i n s member* of the labor movement kuuiciud what lowil m i l l owners characterized ah "radical propaganda." They blamo that type- of "unionlMii" for tlio numerous bloody clashes. There VICR obvious significance In t h e act of bpoiibois 01 the- meeting iu JocUng before- it convened four allowed "Communist,," and Green made i d d i r c L t reference- to the Incident. "Wo come here in a c'plrlt ot" help- f u l a c s G , bearing no weapons, no mall- i d fltit. I want to deny t h a t \ve coma j ^ 'iinilpih.' \V» 'iro hero because i^r, w o r k e r of tiu South have asked Uf-. LO I O H I O . "Wo 1 k i n g p e o p l i - in the fie u t h have lor n i n n y ye,u« Bought or{c.uii/.ation i 'Din t h e . V n u ' i i c a i K c d e i a t i u n of L:i- Imr. Our iim ii to assist, w i t h a c o n t - t r u c t i w mid p r . u t u a l p r o g r a m , 1 ic c o i n t n u n i t i c H a- w e l l in tho worV- v--, In UiU urortt Houtli. "When w e c . i n c i d c c a p i t a l t h e r l ^ h t 1 organUc w i d MiianU the. i l n h t of \ . i v - k i r f to o r r i i n U e , t h e y « m t t o .scr( .V-ic ( ' · ti''!t to oriMiii/p-, t h e n t ·(· A m c i , 1 . 1 1 1 !·'( ( I c r a l i o n of Labor j'iu-.t su- In i t i i i . i l they h a v e the " \ V l n r « t h e A n u i i c a n Kedei'.itum o t 3 iboi its , i c i i ' p K i l iiud orAam/.iiiion Is i . i d ' p t c i ! t h e r e w I' !c no i - l r l k i t . \ h e u " v o i ! - i r - a ( x d o m i i u i l e d and t o n ' r o l h ' l i f t ' r c t - p o t t dc-.troyed, the v o r l . L i 1 - , hir.-alialf'l by h i i p p i c f a n i o i i ti ; !o.\ei t-tatu«, i h i re rti ike e-\ii-,tt, and \ i l l u n t i l m u l e i .iliontil policies are l . ' I O D t C ' l l . "Hojond m,-i!"ii; I t h l n g a wo w a n t to (Icvvlop m o i . i l l ji'id .-.pirltaully a fine 1 \ p e of cill/.Mi. Uovolo|inient ol the«o J - i t i i i i g i b l c t h i n g s can only come \ v l t h l e i s u r e , and h i ' ; h c - wagf, insure more ]( u,lire." Iu Inn a l t a c k u p o n Cotn- ].11111 it-ni Green said: "Kvery g e u p r a t l n haM Its claws v ar l . o t w e e n capital and labor. These j.|)ostle-, ol a *,lrango phtlotsophy-- ( ' o i n m n n i h i u hook to adanco v odd i e v o l u t i o n and condemn the A n m r i f a n 3 \ M t e r a t i o n of l.al'or as they condemn "if ( h e Coinnninir.t'i h a t o a n y o n e i n ( h e w o r l d , they j . a t e t h o A m e r i c a n ]''c.lcr!iLion of Labor. It has conic to l l i f point w h e r e either tho- A m e r i c a n Federation of Labor or the C'ommun- j«tti w i l l ppoak f r r the workeis of A m e r i c a . 11 is squarely up to t h e Morkors of t h e c o u n t r y to pormit no i i t r r e n d e r to {'onrnunism " KoIIowinjc the; meoling Green left lor K t . I'etors-bure. Klorida. He plans ) a t e r to hold a ferries of inataK incet- ,Tig* througli the South w h i c h u i l l be .·irranged by tho commltlee ot t h i e o . Numerous Changes In County Offices In Westmoreland CUiEENSliURO, J a n . S --- Judge Charles D. Copeland, \^'ho took his . o a t h of ofl'ibe ae Judge of 1h? Tenth i . l u c l l c l f t l Uiitrict Mond ty, announced :wo changes effective n t once. iMi6s Jjouifco Merrell nf Jcannette is appointed a stenograph PI- to aid Wifia M a r t h a Erickeon ot Grt onsburg, court reporter, who has been retained. Mrs. Jerry Gllchrlet of Greensburg wan not retained at ti] staff by Judge Copoland. The other tipbtaft retained Is Mrs. Cornelia H e n d i l c k and coutt crier, JJenjamin Kettermg ot Groene- Health of Girls Leads Poljce to Narcotic Plot X K ' K , Jan 8-'l oo a t t e n t i v e ni tho health of Caroline and H o n - I'iet'c. «fded tho police of the' Cote .r.V/ur in uncovp"iag a gigantic dope r i n g on tho Kivkva. 'Tin 1 a'-icMith l e m a i k c d Dial the {H-iK-os htu-pectod if p e d i l l i n g i i d r L o t i t s were o l l e u t o t o p l i o n i n g a m i w r i t i n g U ior« tonceniini, the health H' Carol i n e utd I l e n r t q l t a . A f t e i home in- ve-stigatlon th(^ police discovered that / C a r o l i n e wa« a mde word tor coeaiuo -inl ' C e n r l e t t e f o r heioin. Judge Copcltitid, in a n n o u n c i n g hie changed in. t h o personnel of his staff to tho county commissioners, said that he did not need two t pstavas in his court iu, t h e r e is not vork "or more t h a n one and a court i rkr. Tho place whoro help waa ueedel, Judge- Copeland said, waa in hie ' f f t c e whore he was constantly in ixee.l of an nfisifo- tttnt to lake d i c t a t i o n . Miss Erickson, the court reporter, ic nov. crowded \vilh work in court a i i l transcribing lie pointed out Judge Copeland h a t H'n oath of office administered In 'lie presence ot m a n y friends of the bai and in p r i v a t e life ind behind his beic!i which woe decorated with basket-- of roses. J. ROFS Koust, deputy roc order of deedri, adininislored t h e oath vluch \vne pre- coded by tho reading »f J u d g e Cope- laud'e commission by A ' t o r n o y Clifford M. Smith, formerly of I v ew Kensington and now of Gr-ocueburg Attorney Harry H. '"'leher and Attorney Lewis C. Walk ngehaw spoke briefly d u r i n g which t . m e they extended their fellciut oiw to Judge (Jopcl.iml upon the s t a r t ot hie new term. An i n f o r m a l rcceptl.u In tho court- rooiu followed. Iljiitrict Attorney VI 'tor H. Bouton of New Kensington an 1 his force began work w i t h an e n t i r e l y new staff of .irialtitants and u r n c o u n t y tlet^c- tives. The new staff o d i s t r i c t attorneys is comported of M x r q u l a Smith of VaiKlergrltt, first a s r i f i t a n t ; Jooepli Homdy oC Now KIMI C i i f j f o n , second assistant; P a u l K. McConnick ol Uroerisburg, t h i r d nssl t a n t , W i l l i s K. Ruffiicr of GrcLMisbnrp f o u r t h assistant. They succeeded lilstrlct Attorney John R. Kolntci's assistant force composed of John G. G a u l , first as- sistaiit; Fred H. Tre"u ier. socond ass i s t a n t ; A b n e r 10 Hen y, t b i r d assls-t- a n t , and J o h n S Ligh' ap, Jr., f o u r t h a s s i s t a n t . The new c o u n t y de r - t i \ c force ta composed of J o h n 1 ' » 1 of Kallria, c h i e f c o u n t y detect!' e : A r t h u r B. T u r n e r of I ' r l c i d t i l i - , '. O C a m p b e l l of Latrobo, and Noah C hcn of (irceiw- bui:;, iiHwiitantH. The - succeeded I f . ICdwurd Kox, chief co i n t v d o t o c l i v c ; H l u r m n n H i l l , C.ui I'" 1 Got l'-r and B. C. Wlloon. u ^ l f - t a t i l b . No a n n o u n c c i n e n t w . i f made hy . i n j «f Hie r e t i r i n g county detectives as o t h t l r f u t u r o duliu-h a l t h o u g h it \MIF U\n ncil t h a t Mr. Greener h,ui gono to C l e v e l a n d , O h i i , to accept a po. : i ion. Tho office force of U i s t r l c l A t t o r n e y Bouton under^ocw on change, Miss Delia M. Lightciap tn eceedmg MU- Uu'th Dai-ton as stenogi apher. Rudolph Lynch, I n d i c t m e n t clci c, has been retained. In the office of Cl rk of Court*, A r t h u r Id. l O w I m ; are two new tu-»ls- t u j i t s . H. A. Sanderboi k of JeanrieUo, first d e p u t y , anil l''r«l Morrow of S o u t h w e s t GroeiuVbm ,, lerk. Thlft force encwdo t h a t of ( '. C u r t i s Foight of (iretMiifourg who ha I a, liiri d e p u t y , Mr*. C Curli-i K o l g h t f l ' U l Misri Covode. 1 ' r o t h o n o U i i y J . A r t h u r Thomas, who was i selected io that office-, a n n o u n c e d t w o changes s e v e r a l weeks ago in his pci sound his force now consisting ot J. IIarr Perslung, first ( | p p u i . v . L i l l i a n Snct den Wagoner, M y r t l e B r l g a r n a n ai d 1C. B l a n c h e K n y o a r t . clerks, b a v i n ; been r e t a i n e d ami Margaret K i n n i b o n and Bertha C. K l y b u i H - c c d l n g Cluirl -j Keistcr and Miss Delia M. Light ca'. i n all the offices t ' l e r e was little a p p r i r c n t change notci! Jib the new (ul- m l n i s t r a t i o n s began. N'OW clerks and aides w o r e f a m l l i a r l s - u i g tfjeinscivefi w i t h their'' duties and everything was expected to be i m . n l n g smoothly shortly, Edward S. Chamber a n d Holmes J. P h i l l i p p i , j u r y oonimibslooerfi, w h o were- re-olecled, also ln^gan no-w (enne Monday. Alverton Ohiopyle O I H O l ' Y L K . J.in S - M r s , Unwell N o u u k l n and two i - ) u l d r c n r e t u r n e d to ' t u l r hcmo at U ilsoit Momlay o v e n Itu; after h a v i n g t pout a p l c o ' - a n t v i h i t In Ohiopyle. .\Ht-t-Os KlJ.i ,111! A n n a U.'ady \ V O I P ·iniciii' t h e hhoppi m i n Council'- v i l l » 'I iict-! iv \l:v Kl.i . l o t t p i i on i h o CMC Iv li!-t M I A . F i . u i l v liti I ^ i-, h ] i t n ( l i n g a f i ' V V | j \ i , V l - l l V . I l l I l i i M l i l n 111 C o | \ n- Ii v i l e \ l i - l c « , - M \ , u i 01 \ l u · !,.[ \stl*» a t | [ i | i p e i in f n , \ ,i ! ' i i t , |.i\ S i i i t ^ M u n a i i ' t Mi I M I I 1 mil .n \ l o i - g a n l m v n. \ \ \ i \ , . i , \ i ! t i n ^ l ) h u - 26 COVENANTERS AT SUNDAY SCHOOL EVERY'29 SESSION Record of Whole West Side Church Organization for Yrnr 00 Per Cent, ONE: PERFECT FOR 18 YEARS The annual report of the Bible school of the Covenanter Church on thp West Side dlficloeee the following: An average attendance for the year 1929 of 90 per cent of tho e n r o l l m e n t . Twenty-flix complete recorcle of perfect attendance*. · Chartea W. Coughenonr of Wheeler completed IS consecutive years of perfect attendance. The other complete records aro , folowe: Nine-year record---Leonard Cutter, Paul Cuttt-r and Gertrude Piper. Eight-year record--Ear) Piper. Six-year record--Leonard Lerch, Harold Lorch, Frances Swope, Krln« Swopo awl Gertrude Swindle. Five-year record--Eva Kate Cun- Four-ye,\r record--Fred Plpor, Jr., Mary V. C u n n i n g h a m , Mrs. I, F. Hornbeck. Throe-year record--,1. W. Klnccll, Jr., Robeit Cutter, Ruth LM-ch, Mrs. J, W. K l n i o l l and Mrs. J o h n Swope. Two-yenr record---Earl StontM- awl Mis. V. C u n n i n g h a m . One-year record--Grotta Swope, J. It. Clark, Jean E. Swope. M a r y K. Piper and Carolyn M. Piper. The officers cluxcn for t h e year 193U a r e - S i i p c r i n t c n d o n l , C a r l M u r p h y , re-elected for the lth year; H6Klstant aup-ormtendcnt, M I H . J. T. M i t c h e l l ; secretary. Jceepli Stonor; acmiotant Mecre-tary. Mabel M u r p h y ; I!- b r f r i a n e , Kranceri Swopo and Karl Piper. POOR DIRECTORS CHANGE SYSTEM OF PURCHASES Sf rclal tu Tho ijourl"". TMONTOWX, J a n . S -- R o o r s a u i w t - tloti of thr- Fayetto C o u n t s - Poor f l o u r d r e s u l t e d \\ the r e t e n t i o n of all of tli« p r e s e n t staff at the o u n t y honu 1 , and tlio l u t r o i uction of a n o w system In p u r c h a s i n g sup'pllcji b y u h i ' h t h o d i - t p c t o r ' j h o p e to o b t a i n r;rt^it»r efll- cH-ncy in c a r r j i n K out tin- v. ot k of tlie board Kucli d i r e c t o r w i l l liavo i n d i v i d u a l c h a i s e of a spc-ciflc d e p n i t - niont on the board D i r e c t o r C h u ! ( " F. Kinjr v / i l l have a n t h n r i l y over the p u r c h a s e uu! disposal ol all r m n o M i p - pheh and e q u i p m e n t as well as- t h e sale of ti c coal m i n e d at thr homo. D i r e c t o r Thomas H. i l i t j i n b o t l u i n i w i l l liav e ctiari;i; of (lu f u r n i a n d Cio b u y inc; of t'.irni s u p p l i e s n h l l e TMreclor T. W. Cothoucr w i l l lia'.e C ) I . H F O ot t h e p u r c h . i s l n g o f g e n e r a l s i i j i j ) I P , , . n ( i u d l n ? t'-od, c l o t h i n g ;ind ol'n / 1(^1111- Mr Kil i; WHS clio.5r'ii pn b i d t - n t of i h f » bourt , t h e R.«v C u l h o u o i . \ i c o p i e s l d e n t and Mr. i i l c p l n b o t h a n i " crc- t.iry. All t n c t n b i M s of tin- Han \VM r «.c;ttd 1C r the tt'Hii nl' t;in ) a r i n - cliulinc;: T. K p r l n g c r Todd, s t e w a r d ; b^au i. Sturgls, solicitor f u r HIP board; W i l l i a m l l o r m e l l , b o o k k c e p p r , Mr?. J e n n i e Todd, m a t r o n ; f t f r s . Samuel Kleni i k e n , n u r s e ; Mrs Thnmas., n i i r s o of the t u b o r c u l o s h s a i i i u i r l u i n ; Xc'ivtoii Bialce and Joe K i f t l k , f f u n i c f H ; Hoy J n i i l f , herdsman. A t t h e " ' o w r t h o u s o t h e j u r y commissioners also organized w i t h A l e x S Cidbler t a k i n g i h r * p l a c e of W. H. Jacobs as t h e R e p u b l i c a n m e m b e r on the b o a r c . Mibs lOlla R o c k w e l l w a s retained ,is tho c l e r k to the c o m m i s - sion. Placing of 3,000 names in t h e wheel fo- ]930 is proceeding u n d e r the. d i r e c t i o n of Judere Thoma'j J l H u d s o n . W i l l i a m S c a r i g h t I K t h e Democratic member of th* 1 boaici. Hcsiilts ! Sure ! AVho-n you us Clasiflp.d Adfi. in 'I h-e latly Courier. The cost Is qmaJl, refill Us aire big. "Who to Those who advert.'se in Tlio Courier. Je;M' Wo! to o A k i n n , Olr-. it B p o n d i n s t l i o vso-'K n r h h',- p . i i e n t s . Mr ,-.nd Miv J'c- uol;*- ls.dah l . v i l c ' f rrt'ifliiPtic-p v\a- a tl«itor m Ob'ojn c Tue^'iaj . V L V K R T O N , J n n . S.--The Y o u n g Ladies' U l b l e CKi.s^ o the Church of God met at the hoin of Mrs. Lyda Sillimaii on Friday evening. Tho dev o t i o n a l liour was In charge of Mrs. Kdlth Cree, followed by the business session conducted by the president, Mrs. Daisy Kalp. A i m p o r t was given hy Mrs. Lyda S i l l l n u i i t . M r s . E d i t h C'rte, Mrs. M i l d r e d H iyder and Mm. Kimna Qiieirtz visittn' the Cluldien's Home in Cireensburg Chrlptmas weak w h e n a s u p p l y of things was sent by the class. Jt was d e c i d e d to glv ?10 to K l n d l a y College. Li nch was served by M r s . Silliman, afe .irfled by Mrs. F i a n c i r f S t r o f u n a n i l I inaline S t r o h m . The n e x t meetincc w i l l be held the first Thursday m Februar . Mrs. Laura Cuniiln ;ham and Miss l)alj 1'arry were- al ers in Scottilale on Saturday ovoniiig. M r . a n d Mi-- K d w a ' d K n v d t ' f were S i o i l i l a l e r.UU'i's S;itu da ovennig. Simon Kch.ird ot Kiir-^iuvs Wii:- a '·allt'i- here H u n d a i Mr. and M i s . \\ ^ O b i M , Mr. and M i ^ . J o h n H r e e g l e a (1 Mr a n d Mr«. J o h n G r i m m h a \ ' i c d i r n o d l i o m Nhii;.u,i l'\Uls, w h e n ' lii-v spent a few i d,i 1 . - \ iiil'.iit; i I ' U i t ' x c ' M.--. M . i i ^ . u c t l.a\ in u ,13 a Si o t t d t i e t ,1 l l e i Saturtl.o .Mi 1 - Abo Lniicks ol K o l t d a l e A \ a s a ( a l ! s r hen 1 S u n d a y . M i ^ M i - l e u O ' H o . D k in' S c o u r t a l u w a s an A U e r l o n ca! "f S ^ i m i j i s . M i H . i i r y I'Mn H v l b l ' i ' d !i'l I I'liironUo Lljos-e w h j COAL and COK Connellsvillc colting coal, both run of luine and (RS, Coal, .Lump anil f Nut Sixo. (!ok«-, Nut H i t i i Largo Mi/es i Consolidated Coal Yards OH B. 0, a n d P. «. 11. Phoufs 1700 aud 15, ChildreU's 69c OUTING "GOWI S Children's heavy o n l l n ? ta nel n i g h t gowith, nsortnd f , l r i p e n l - t c r n s . Sixes ·( to 1 I "Blue Crane" SILK HOSE I'Mrst n u a l l l y pure silk, "Blue Crane" hose, chiffon and service weight, pointed heels. New shades. (NELSON'S) Women's Fabric GLOVES "Woman's up to G!)c war l i a b l e f a b r i c gloves, asortcd colors- fancy cuffs. SIzej (i to S. (NELSON'S) Infants' 50c DRESSES Inlants' i v h f l r nhort dresse 1 in nsioilo'l Btyloi, liifo and embroidered t r i i n m f d . All f l z c s . (NKLSON'S) Men's to 89c WORK SHIRT' Mori's l i n a v y b l u t » h o t n r a y work s h i r t s , f u l l c u t , h i r e i g l y sewil -- - d o u b l e s M c i o d . A l l sizes, Women's $1.19 OUTING GOWNS Women heavy (ju.alily, f n n c y ·-li [pod o u t i n g flannel gowns -also w h i t e , r e g u l a r a n d e x t r a .sUoy. f.VliLSON'S) ffecvft iffxavmxm Men's Part WOOL HOSE Rfen's cotton and wool mix drew and work hose, assorted f a n c y dress patterns, and black (NELSON'S) Boys' Wool SWEATERS Hov,' a l l wool sweaters, ovi'r r t y l c , c o n i h i n a i i o n color"!, black and w h i t e and red. All 'ii/' ;. f NIC. 1 . SON'S) Boys' 25c Rib SCHOOL HOS I JJov^' h o a v v r i b l i n d ,chool ' os». b e U f o r I - C I V K C b l a c k o n l v A l l s u e f ' r i l i . ( \ K L S O . V s ) MATTRESS COVERS O v e r ' i ^ o Hiallrrss r - o ^ c t s . made of lii'dVj ( i i i a l i t v unblcacli-Jd i n i i - l m , = t r o i m h inrulo a n d Infants' FLANNELWEAR I n f a n t s ' soft finis!: Jinn i f l o U c K O W H P , k i n i o r u s and ' J lij' , p i n k dtid b / u o t r l m m c i l . ( N K L H O N ' K ) IRONING BOARD PAD AND COVER C.jritoii k n i t Ironing- board /Ire- proof p a d . and heavy muslin in i r . T h u r s d a y special. (XKLSON'S) BLEACHED SHEETS Double, b e d , | j p M\','0 i n c h l u l l blei't'hed ' h"i i - in nl. ul ;ood ( U n l l t V 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 ) 1 , VV 111 1 d r ' I ' P 1 '111. iM',LS{J.\ S) Boys' Winter UNION SUITS l!o\s' w i n t e r weight combed f l e c i i ' l n i i m n ' - l i l t - , lonij o r - H n l v k e \ ' - i , r a n d o m A l l t,i/,n ( N K L K U N ' S l '«!»«««» f COTTON BATTING r fi'le ,ind t!."ii Ian?" 72\!)0 m h nproad cotton b a t l i n ; , p i n e w h i l e f l n f t v ^ o l i o n ( X K L S O X ' S ) Boys' Heavy CORD PANTS i i o v s ' di»on jiili- i o r d u r o y i m n t s ,-ti'iJ knicke-rs, S!/0'- S jo J7 --B( -i lor pei vi! o Coupon day · p M M i l s fXj-JLSOX'S) Women's to $5.00 Low Shoes St i .MI ,, p u m p s , u-.-, u . v i i ' i , in it K i t g f '-i-lci lion of leal All heel styles. A l l sizes. (NKLSO.N S) Felt Juliets $1.49 Values s ^ Several colors to choose from, leathor solos and rubber heels. All sixes. 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