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;7AGE SIX. TM:K 'DAILY COURIER, CONNET ^LSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, J A N U A R Y S. I P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N . Miss Anna Margaret Coouey ot Jefferson street has r e t u r n e d lionio a f t e r spending tho Christmas holidays w i t h - h e r mi tit, Mrs. John Springer of La- irohe, and w i t h her c o u s i n , Miss Mar f;ari!t Smith ot i'lttsburg. K u r a h o m o : d o m u n s t r a t l o n of a 'Alayta;; Washer.) phone 15-10-R. J o h n H. Work, 117 Wjuit. Apple Btveet.--Ad- ver'.lsemcnt.~-4j(iUi-Gtx. .}. S. I f a r p e r of OrvlMo, Ohio, arrived hero- this afternoon to a t t n n d "l.ho f n n o r a l of his Bister, Mrs. Margery I i y n u tomorrow a f t e r n o o n at S'coUdalo. Mr, Harper i» a brolhcr- ·In-law of -Mr:). J. P. Bute _ « t Kasv ( ' r a w f o r d a v u n u o . Mr. Yisfpev had , - j u s t r e t u r n e d homo a f t e r being called '· here hy the death of his brother. Swayne Harper. Thtv Mothers' Auxiliary Boy Scouts, Troop No. I', are working to make their card p a r t y , Wednesday evening, J a n u a r y 15, a success by offering "warm prizes." They have completed throo b e a u t i f u l handsome c o m f o r t s w h i c h they are offerlni.c as first prize for bridge, "500" arid, bingo. Can you use a $15 silk finish comfort? Watch this space for second "warm prizes" tomorrow nigh).--AdvTrUsc-rncnl--Sjlt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dahi and son, P'.iul Kddio. of l i j i l o n t o w n , were guests of f r i e n d s hero S u n d a y . ' Mr. a n i l Mrs. M. K. ( ' a d d o n w i l l I c u v e t o m o r r o w morn I n s f'' M'-Petor.-dm r?;. Flu., to spend the w i n t . t r . They w i l l s o p a I. Florence, S. ('., and , ' f f i . r k s o i i v i l l r , K l a . Dr. ri, ( V KoiTrte-lman. who was Injured In a. f a l l w h i l e e n t e r i - i i R Iho C'on- n e l l r t v i l l o H t a t c Hospital several weeks ago, is M t l U confined to !Ui lol. Imp r o v e m e n t , h o w e v e r , is noted in hits condition. Mrs. W. 1(. Lowe of J e f f e r s o n fit root relumed home f r o m A k r o n , Ohio, where ?he (.pent seven weclte in St. Thonuiw' I l * p U r i I , where eho u n d e r - w e n t two operations. She stood the t r i p h(iim v e r y well. "Mrs. Lowe, w e n t to A k r o n tslirhl woeli« aj, r o to visit her hu.-buiid, who U; a Baltimore Ohio machinist i a that city. . Mte«s M a r g a r e t Shupe, d a u g h t e r of Rev. [UK! Mrs. C. C) Shnpo of Aunt Hei W Y U O U t C I t T "That gawky Howard girl ain't looked anybody square In the faco since that m u s i c teacher told her she had a classic profile." Just Off the Wire By L'I lied Press. ( ; H . K K . N S H r K « i . .tan, S.--Mrs. Todd M n r c l i i i m l , Sit, nuil.her-iu-lnw of Cyrus K. Woods, Mlonii'.v (.! moral nl' P e n n s y l v a n i a , died sit the Woods JIOHIO hero (odii.t. C «, O H A U l t l S B U H C , Jan. 8.- Dr. B. K. 'Miller, 15, n pli.vstcian Jn the .State H o s p i t a l for IJIMIIIC-, Harris bun?, was slain loilny by u cnizctl undent ivho sin shod I h o physician's throat vvlth a I-H/.or. -Hoses Sweel, ,10. the patient, was overpower! l by Loft to rig-ht, Capt. Herman Koehl, one o f t bergh is en route west m his capacity as the fliers of the plane "Bremen" who flew from- Europe to America; Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, Mrs. Koehl, and m cockpit, Mrs. Lindbergh, pictured as they met at Mars Field, Indianapolis, recently. Lincl- techincai adviser for the Transcontinental Air Transport lines, and Koehl is also en route to the coast, by train, where he will study America's aviation methods: ( l U K K N S J U ' K i i , -fan. S.- -Dish-let ] AUorni'.v 'Victor H. U o i i t e n of 'Kensington said t o d a y the liuvs froc- Kast crniiier ll(|iior .-iiul trmiilll»ir ivlll be rinriiK' his i i i l m i n K l n i l l o n . Green street, Mies beona Shumaker, d a u g h t e r o ' M r . anil Mrs. Oeorso I I . Shuinake-r of the West. Side, timl Mii'-n Kloanor W--ilif, d a u g h t e r of Air. ;md Alr,«. Clyde- Wollus W a s h i n g t o n a v e n u e , have rc-tni'iH-d lo Tliiln. Ohio, to ref t u m o t h e i r i;tudip« a l H-u-idolborp Col- IORC, a f t e r «pendin.tr the- h o l i d a y s ot t h u i r hoineii. I l n r u l r l (.:. Hu-ddock and f a m i l y h a v e niove-d from T « ? n t h s t r e e t , West Side, Co .Lincoln avenue. Snpeniu.Mident Hc-la li. S m i t h at- ' spfedy d u o - m o t o r e d i i n i p h l h l a n planes tended a rnooiin.u of the trustees o»" the- S o u t h w e s t e r n S t a t e Teachers Collego at C a l i f o r n i a y e s t e r d a y . Ueo our classified advertisements. MOl'Vr I I . K M K N S , Mich., Jan. S . - - U-e-roiiled win :s today forced pr-l- pone-men) for 11 least -1 hours of Hie A r m y " A r l i c Patrol" tllffbt from Seli'rnlKP Vield :« Spokane. WaMi., and iiiteli, sdiodiilfMi (o s l u r t t o d a r . ·j, » « \ K W UKYOOY, C o n n - .Inn. S.--Tho Coast ( i i i a r d somi w i l l l a k o lo the nil- id it.s n i i r on "rum row" openilhiK- in ei[iilpped w i t h n i n e h i n e guns. S. CONNELLSVILLE COUNCIL DOES AWAY WITH POLICE CHIEF 1 Yoirgh Boosters TI · I 117 l\ t. Imnk War Dept. Will Approve Dam South C m n c l l K v i U e Llorouch Conn- \ cil, at it*; reorirauization mct-ting on . .Mot!(!iy e v e n i n g , decide*! t'i diapoinu: w i t h Ihe position of chief ot' police and ] elected Kii'-*Hl Zeurfo^s and M. U. i C r b i i c h i p a t r o l t n o n . Thc-y w i l l re- ·' pni'f. (o IStirgciss C. K. I ' i n k e r l o i i and | the Colons. B u r ^ e f K C. K. 1'inkei'lon succeeds "VV. H, Tr( v i t i as ' l i e borou.^h'tt exec u t i v e ofllcer. ' O. \V. J''If:-i!iii:^ w.i« elected presi- d e n t , succoLidini-: \V. K. Shnpe. C. E. U'ASUrXGTt X, .Inn. K.--Thero was :: m e e t i n g in \ \ a s i i i n s t o n yes-terday of t h e . Y t H i K h i o p h i ny R i v e r I m pro vein em A s s o c i a t i o n in t h e oflic;; ni Colonel Daley, c n c r i i i o e · for the- War .Deparl- i n e n t . A i t!;c -nectin.!; were Joseph M. . H e n d e r s o n of O j n n e H s v i l l e , Pa., rep| re.seiitin'..'; the :ourd of trade of t h a t | c i t y , Major J. I::. Moorhend of t h e ; chainb."'!' of i K . m m e r c o at. West N e w ' ton, A. N . - 8 t e \ "iison, s e c r e t a r y oC the | chain b u r of e i a n m e r e t ; at NS'est Xc-w- ; t o n , U'ai.son J \ : c K e c , secretary of the M c K e e s p o r t t hamber of Commerce RIGHT TO APPEAL GRANTED SOMERSET COUNTYCOAL FIRM Hy U r i i i r d Yrcs:: J'iTTSrU'UC.;., .Ian. S . - - I ' e i i t i o n to ap;)eat from a jiu!i;m?nt of $111,065.10 W / J H granted t h e Kcalp i.-eve! I ' o a J , M l i i l n t ; Compuny a n d .Mm I./ochrlo of j \V'-.ndber, .Soincrsc-t c i n i n ! , i n I ' n i t c d St.-ire:? C o u r t j'esteniny. 0»!\ Of ?!;"!),flijil w;is posted by 1.1)0 d f : " e n d ; i n t s pi'iulinj; d l s j x i s i t ion oC I!IF.- fa 50 by tin- C i r c u i t C o u r t of A p p e a l s T h e j u d g m e n t iv:ts ,Mwarded t h e Xf w K n s l a i u l Coal A: Co,\;o C o r n p a n v . of lli.is-toii, MUSH., l a s t N o v e m b e r !', as t h o u t g r o w t h o f a s u i t for a l l e K ' t l broach of c o n t r a c ! . l.ochrle i« t h e p r i n c i p a l s t o c k h o l d - er of. the d e f e n d a n t c o r p o r a t i o n w h i c h t h r e e mia-es i n Soau:r.'.vi Thij.ca.se has boeti p c m l i i i K ·l court h n r e for s e v e r a l r do any R enographlc morning." "Did xti work For h i m ? " "1 did n f^vv liltlo t h i n j s." "Ixi you do things fro n tlnw to t i m o r-elii!.lv» to r b"K jKf.it *m as con- stablo " "Xo." "Do you k n o w v. r hro ii j Reo car Is?" "I have It." "Did yon p r v r yon ar t h o ownor of I h o car"" "I proved II s u f f i c i e n t l y lo procure title." W h o t o l d y o u j n u c o t j - 1 prove t h o n c r s h l p ? " I foI lowed t h ( t h e ow " W h y did ho feel thai way?" "I afiktxl him and he naid because he h u d e v i d e n c e w h i c h would i n c r i m l n - «U» "I l a i i n a n . " "Did he n u M i t i o n any o t h e r names of pnoplo ho ft.:it. lulglil. try to do him Homo h u c m ? " "No. ; J o h n told me absolutely he wan i n n o c e n t , of any s u c h t h i n g as s t U l i i ;i.nd 1 believed him." "What we:'o tlie. ciraimt-.tauces sur- roiui'lln.^ i h e l l o i l l y c:t:,e w h i c h moilo !! t h e y WPI-. t r y i n g to i n v o l v e ;ifilt-»d CoroniM- B;iltz. iii'fi-: Donolioe w e n t to t h e -. JUKI !n!i l i i n m not to talk as him f« h i m ? " "I . H e l i i y The Par an loan t ThoihiUB M e i g h o n , fo the luost p o p u l a r sdnr- screen, m a d o h i i j - t a l k l n In "Tho Argylo Case," moti sit. Tlio. resonant, la j u s t tho «jrt y on re one n i of «laj;f. and p i c t u r e (KM./ul. at the I ' a r a - we 11-modulated voU'o of vo: ; cc one would lngrul.la.lin^ "Tom" . M e i R h a n to poiWK.fis ami it. a d d ; i m m e a s u r a b l y to the c h a r m of h!6 p n r - e n c e , ' The part he port rays ;·,. t h a t . i f a master detective-, who. by means of l c l u c t l v o reafioniiiR- veetls out from a g r o u p of suspected person« the on; who irt g u i l t y of Iho muivler of w e a l t h y John Argylo. Meighaii'tj characterization baa a u t h o r i t y nn-1 d i g n i t y . Li la Ueo i(i delightfi:! an the foster- daughter of the elaln man, w h o , even whilo under suspicion of the grim Mr. Kaytoi), la f i n d i n g her way i n i o hla heart. Another quite a m a z i n g l y good performance Is tl at of Mistj XaSu Pitts as tho talkative Mrs. W y a l t , housekeeper. Mtec, Pltte, for once, in not requlr«l lo WBC-P. but. her loquacious part. t« no cleverly ion a= any of her doleful ones. Young John Harrow doe* well In UIP role- of t h e eon of t ' l n n n f o r l n n n l e Argyle and Douirlnrt C o r r a n l is a. b u t - ler to the inatmr hoi n. I I . B. Warner, always I m p r e s s i v e in whatever parl, IK UiKlortakes, snncccdn In c r e n f - Ingr a t l i s t u r b l n g l y « l n i f t i e r c h a r a c t e r in Hurley, c o u n t e r f e i t e r , t h e man f i n a l l y convlclwl of t h e , crimo--by. the modern Sherlock HolMos. Jicrt Iloacli provides robust comedy. A Vltapbone act, ne.v,? reel and t a l k i n g comedy are alec being shown. T h u r s d a y , Friday an(i Saturday, "Tho GrCfit "Divide," BtarriiiK Dorolhy Mackaill and tan Kel'h w i l l bo s h o w n . N a m e s Bodies Flr»t Day; Qnils. MAUH1SBURG, J a n . S.--After ono day's service in tho Hoyalton council, of which ho was chosen president, L a r r y - n . Sipe reeign-Hl late laet night after appointing s t a n d i n g committees for the year. Jle g a v e no reason Cor hlri move. The Orphetiiw A HIMV er;i in inolion picture ontor- l i i i i i n i o n i , in I h o o n l i r n f i e l d o f enter- i ; i i ; i i : i ' ' i i t i , "Tho Hollywood Rovno," .vli'l r o - ( i - o l ( h v y n - M a y c r ' s Htiipeiuloiin c i m m i a l i c c i i m b i n i i l i o n of fhi variety, i n i i s l f f l l cnnK'fly riml r f v n n Rtagps, whic.h .is on t h e , wcrei'ii at the Orp l i p i m i . T h i s is a m o t i o n p i c t u r e that hrt;t ( j i i a l proportioti.'i of eye nnd car it e r t a i n n i n n t , and it. is the first motion picture; lo !)(·· al)solnt.ely devoid of plot, y e t t h o r o u g h l y i n t e r e s t i n g and ij.xciiing- f r o m ( h e firs!, reef 'o the Jasl. H luis no jilot becans» it is a HurieH of skits, songs, d a n c e s and c'.ia.Mer. j u s t a m e l a n g e of t h e sort of stuff out. of w h i c h (he high-priced "Follies," "Scandals." " V a n i t i o i , " anl "Passi n g Shows," of t h e R r o a d w n y (hcatrca a r e b u i l t . And t h i n picture offers more even t h a n do those attractions. l''or in i i a concoction went all tba added a d v a n t a g e K oC perspective', angles, brwullh, expanse and imagina- t i o n t h a t c'ui bo utilized 1n the tnak- i t i K of ;i picture and which lira ab:*0" l u t o l y I m p o s s i b l e on f i l e stags. It also boa BIS an enormous cast, of such s f : i r iianios t h a t a n y one of them alone w o u l d be enough lo i n s u r o Iho i . r d i i u i r y p i c t u r e ' s PUCIIOPR. A l m o s t !IO K t a i ' s of ! ; tngfi and screen a p p e a r in its acts. Almost a score of now soiig^ ,'ind melodies are i'HiY)- d n c e d , each one of i h e m bound to be h u m m e d and w h i s t l e d t h r o u g h o u t tho hind.' Tho program, also i n c l u d e s a sound n e w s reel. 'Friday and Saturday, W i l l i a m Po\( r ell w i l l be featured in. "The (Irceii M u r d e r Case." ·f J o h n Dfinohnc u h o o p e r a t e s c o u n t y . in d i s t r k in t n i h s . It- k n e w he ;am Joseph e also - a i i i thv.' t i m e of 1 a n d W e y a t i l «a.s o g ^ n i u chpiien K i - c r e t a r y . ! and Charles H S h a w , p r e s i d e n t of. tho He had t;iiccetiei L. II. Condil'f aliout ; Y o t i s l t i o g h e n y K l v c r f n i p r o v e m e n t As- si.v m o n t h . ; ai^o. i l . i r r y ]·:. Adani6 u u e - , soeiation and pre.sident, of the First eeedK i i i t n :i;' ar.! lrinr;uro-r. .!. C. M o r a n . W. !,. .Ultenour and W«it.Hon T n u n p a r c t h e n e w nn-mbero of (he c;f.tu:il u - l i i l e (.Irani Siinmakc-'r y! n;ii'n a n e w t e r m . They i:hwon al. Ihe ii'.-iK-'val elec.tion N o v e m b e r D l h e i r ; on c o u n c i l are ;ioi' : t-on. \ V . l{. S h i i j i e , \\'. O. l-'iO'i f i n d l i n r p " i ; ; r i n l i f - r l D i i . 'j'ho | I I X O H E ; | I l':il h f i M i l c r l d i ' d lo were ; I h s t i A. 1.! N a t i o n a l H a n k of .McKeesport. Theso r e p r e s e n t a t i v e ; were a c c o m p a n i e d by C'oKAfres.s-incn ."'I. CJydo K e l l y , Adarti M. Wyant. ;ind S-.nnticl A.' K e n d a l l . The War U c p a r m i ' lit iiiive e v e r y cticonr- a Kern en I. Tor i ie i m p r o v e m e n t ol r j.he- A meet in:; \ . i l l be h e l d m this n e a r f u t u r i j in t i n - e n g i n e e r ' s ofllce o!.' the W a r ( J c p a r l i i i o u l i n I ' l t t s b i i r g , a t w h i c h t i m e i n - r n p n - s e n l a t i v e K feel s u r e a f a v o r a M o i T c o m n H M i d a t f u n w i l l ho m a d e 1'nr - h e i i n p r o v c i n e - n t , of the rlvei'. A n u p H - o p r i a f i o n w i l l b e askod for in Iho in :ir f u t u r e - to cover tho j cost, of all s u r v e y s and the b u i l d i n g m i t t e c u w i l l bo n a m e d later by the j ot fh« lirst l o . l t . p r e s i d e n t . j The comrni toe s p e n t a l l its t i m e Thf re; :.!, r n;ilions tl f, K. P i n l i e r t u n ' w h i l e in W a s h i n g t o n in urjvins f a v o r - u t u l \V. I , K i t e n o u i - f r o m th-e-Hoard o f a b l e c o n s i d e i ' ^ t i i i n o f t h e p r o j e c t a n d H e a l t h V.-MH u i r c o p t e d . .1. .!. Kvatis, J. D. \ great c r e d i t !r. cine them f o r t h e i r uu- A V a s n e r . K. M. IJrooUs and Kay Ciar- ! t i r i n g e f f o r t s :n ( h a t direction. l l l n jsov/ make u p t h o h e a l t h b o a r d . ' They w i l l chouse a secretary at u l a t e r ! S t o r k at Hospital. ,i ;ite " j A son was h o r n t h i s morning- to Mr. } and M r a . Fred C o l l i n s of ScoHdule- at the C c m n e l l s v i l l e S t a t e Hospital. M o r a n a« The K o n o r t of Fire Chief Harry { ' l a w s o n , as aniioiuieed in The I ' o u r l e r , iti^f. sveeli, \vufi pretiontcd. v v i U bo \ V i l l j i i . m ll-.dd nu Scrfou-; f'liarpo. U-bt'rlin.'ci of JohiHiton a v e n u e .m-aisfiied Ivet'oro Al-drriir.in y h o w n u u i -II.MIlifhI. a t S : : i o j o'clock on ii. c h a r g e of ;IHK;HI-|(, w-itli in- | l-ciit to r a v i s h . )!,; was iirreHtril \ It'nhiy jcvit is bein.s; h-cld at -the. ( I l u l l (.0!i.,linr: tho t r i a l . Winged ;VlaiI Pilot Sets Ne^v Record ity No More Gas In Stomach and Bowels I f ytvi llov«ct t f H;I Itt t a k o B * a l m a n n ' i i wtah to be t o t n Gds p e r m a n e n t l y vo- ch «rut h u w t r l a . Tabtct-s. whic-ti c)ii!ly f o t stoinacii K» «[f«.-cta rciiultini; f r o m a w i n w Ir.oHnu h w t l i flia.-jppcar : t h a t nt t h e hat pat- . untl « t l the bud g«» pro s u r e . J'Juit. c f i i p t y , u p i t of U.e F l u m f t c h a n x i o u s , n o r v o u * fpi«Unjr witVi l i « a r ( C i t . l t t o n w i U i - u n i s i h . nnd y o u w i l l a o abla to take u clcvp breath \viLliom ciineorufor t. That H r o w n y . n l r c p y (tiling n H e r dinner - v i l l be r r p ? f * o c i b y f t cjcatr^ f o r · n t c r t n i i f a e n t . E i U j a t t n - ^ w i l t cc.Hno. Y o u r ti nh*. Rrm-* mid ftntters ·wiil no ]oti£«r ' f ' ^ t cciUJ :m;i "gci to Btet-p" b r - , c o u n ^ /i.t^Eni.inn .\ GAS Tablets p r e v e n t g n s f i o a i i t i t t - r t c r i i i a w i t h t h « cimitrt. ti'»ri. (,*t the jre.-iuine, in thd yallou- p-x.-tc- «a«. *t «ny B°"d iru(j itoro. P r i f - c J I. B-LEDSOE'S NAME BROUGHT INTO MURDER PROBE o.'jer S: A. Bait// (, r ot u n d e r w a y . .lust two \\-Hnt-.--aea ' wuro call-ed. Th-ey wero Mrs. .Ma-:- M c ( . ' l a l n . wlff of S-wnuol Me*.'Iain, at whose home (ho 1'f-rme-r oflice-j- J i v e d . ui(l Miss Jk'k-n ) J a n o I C ' k e r t . clox-e g i r l friou-d, wirii j w h o m ho cxchangoi.l m a n y conlbk-nc-cs. j The first, named wa.s a b U t to t h r o w .little light on Donohoc-'.-i l i f e or t h « pjsslblo oven'.H leculini; up to his n . n r t l o r w h e n he W H H " l a k e n Tor a Miss KV/liert, )io\vc-v-or. related conversations- she had had wl.t.h Don-ohoo, In which he io!d he,- thoro were v a r i o u s p e r s o n s whom he bfllcvc-d Dil-Rbt. try to do J i i n i harm. Tho case came to an a b r u p t closa a f t - K f it h u d boon in progress less t'nan an h o u r wh-en Cfl-roner Knit?. caHed fur Jfr.f. M o l r n Hess, montloti-fd i n tlw testimony of Miss I5ck«rt. Thr vo.-iinn wa« no'f. in l.hc courtroom a.nd tlva cap* was a-djouii'iieil u n t i l 1 o'clock t.) [ortnil. Sheriff Th-om.'iM Aubroy to |oca.(f h-o; 1 n n d ' have lier present for I h e r-esnmp(.·'!i of t h e inqne-st.. The/ members of the j u r y arc S. F. W o r k m a n , \Vh-artoo towti'ship; W. Ci. !Uirch!n-iii, Ci-e-orgiis t o w n s h i p ; dies. ISM- M I,lugle, L ' n l o n t o w n ; W. L. C!ra- l.am, Masoti'town; t!ei.:.ri;e M i l l e r , Fay- C ' t t o City; J. S. A l b r i g h t , Unioti'town. An inlt-iKsely iiH«rcsliMl throng of men anil W6me,u jani'ined the. con.rt- loam to h'fear tho stcry. Ml«s IC-cke'i-t was the s-ecoud witness to be- caltod. She said slna was onrployed aa a stonogra'pher by Att o r n e y 12. C. Mis-hoc. . "When did you last see J o h n Do-no- hoo alive'.'" asked Coroner Bull?.. "Tuostlay, some timo throuigh the 'lay," replied |Ji« y o u n g woman. "Did you lalk with 'him by teiepbono flic night h.ftfore JI-B was mur-d-en-wl?" "Yes." "\VI1I .yon tell Ihe. subjeol. of that conversation?" "M-o F.ald Ive was poln-K to d i n n e r aivrl would c o m e to (he- offlcn t h e n e x t MM me h i m . " K* h i m ? " 13 wh.) were rnonl I (in i : d lota of e.tie- courso wt- Did w a H "Y-3:, hf had." "By whom?" " I t y v a r i o u s per won s. was friuiii't: svhca t)in s t i l l w a n b r o u g h t u p . ] hr- wrtn br-lnj.; frti;nini nt. t h e H o t l l y t r i a l . ( l o sa Mrs. H f ' H I y uid (l-i- peop w i l l i t h e m u'ern t r y i n g l o "Who I-IBI,' t r i f t d l o f i ; i : "I o n l y k n o w t h e poop In t h a t s i i i l i.'asi-. lie t h o r n . He k n e w 110 had m!?8 anl I k n e w it. (J iiscussed tiioi'o thing's." ".Did you know who I h - y were?" "Well, ho had a l l t l g a t jii Rolntr on In c o u r t . ' "He m e n t i o n e d n a m e s , lid he not?" Ijcrslsts-d t h e coroner. " W e l l , t h e r e ,v-a:i Go r g o Patterson," "Did he m e n t i o n a n y t thcrs?" con- l i n i i f i d (.'orom-r B a l t K . " N o n e i n p a r t i c u l a r . " "Did yon t n ! k to J o h n ' I onohoc over t h e t e l e p h o n e on Tuescla f night?" "yes." "Did bo t e l l you w h o r i n g ? " "No." " W J i n t time 0:1 Mond you see h i m ? " " A b o u t . 9 o'clock." " W h a t did ho have n i g h t ? I don't want yo i any personal matters." "Ho was very m u c h ntereatcd in f i n d i n g : out why Tony f ell and Mrs. Jiess bad w U h d r a w u their nttnn?s f r o m t h o p e t i t i o n . (The tioned wa« one Donoho up p r o t o w t i i i K n g a l n s t t w i t h A.trornry George lha courthouse p r o p e r t y . he was go- n i f f l u d i d o say t h a t to m e n t i o n .iol.lt.lon m e n - h a d d r a w n : e s e t t l e m e n t 'aUorson for Ho wanted A ! w ; i ; . n u h a n d at !!: VKVG CO. Usa o ar clarified aiJvorUs«m«ita. llarry Lewis, speed demon of tlid National Air Transport, who Saturday^ flew from Kansas City, Mo., to Chicago, nt sn .v-erage speed of :i93 miles per hour. Harry required jus! two hoin-.c ;snii t-vventy m i n u t e to negotiate tho distance between t/ese two points on his regulnr ro-ite.. He i? a product of t h e tiovpr i i n f i u A i r Seivice und lives iu Co;umbos, Ksn,as Folsy's Honey and Tar stops teasing, harassing coughs, throat irritations, that tire out and prevent sleep. Puts a soothing coating on. an irritated t h r o a t , raises phlegm easily. Sedative without opiates, mildly laxative. Ideal for elderly persons. IJldg., to find out who had u ;ed t h e i r influence with, them." "Did lie find out?" "I don't k n o w . I onl. saw h i m a few m i n u t e s Tuesday i lorning." "Did he say a n y t h i n g author a b o u t Tony Bell or Mrs. lloif '!" "Well, he was d.'tuippo nled. He sn!d he thought. Tony Bell w is a friend of h i a but I guess h-3 fonii 1 out t h a t ho wasn't.." ".Dkl he mention any ther person's name in c o n n e c t i o n with th'e. affairs or his office?" queried the coroner. " t f o believed if was a personal spilo matter on the part of ( Gorge Patterson." "Did ho ' m e n t i o n any names ollicv t h a n George Patterson?' "No, not a b o u t t h a t . Ho m e n t i o n e d !he Beilly m a t t e r , T-Ip f e l l t h a i . Ktl Woneeltler wae a frier; I oE his. Ho didn't, t h i n k he would ell anything not t r u e inl thought, i he could locate Ed. he would be a b - e lo clear hi« nams*." "Did he make, an e f f j r l to locate Wousottler?" "Ho said h was tr ing to locate him." "'You' don't know wh ther he had seen h i m up to Ihe time oC his death?" "No, I dont' know." "When fjid he spoak a iout Tony Bell and Mrs. H«M?" "On tho Monday nig it he tore hie death." "DM he mention any 111 feeling?" "Well, lie knew then was some." "Did he mention anyt ilng about any person In Fayette cou ity or outside t h a t caused h i m to Eeei uneasy?" "Yes, he did. In A\ -i\ ho told me a b o u t M a x I Jan n a n , ,f h n wns afraid he would do him some njury, lie said l i a n n a n had a h a t r e d a g a i n s t hlrn and if l i q u o r i r i a l s came up Han nan would try U) get h o n u U i i i i K e i h i m . He w« a f r a i d I t t t n t x i n w o u l d o i nom e t h i n g or h a v e n o i n e n n e do some h l n g for him." Kid b e e n . A.'lr-rwarvls, nfi I u n d o r t i i a m t . .Mrw. H p i l l y told officials l.)i.iuohuc hud approiicluKl them." " D o y o u k n o w w h u t lleilly wa« pay- in:; t l i r i ! U-d .John M o n o h o a to b e l i e v e he wn'.i i ! u p l ! c i \ u i ? " "Jle V.'.XH L o l l i n g a r o u n d t h a t John was g i v i i i p h i m p r o t e c t i o n . J o h n c'j'.i'dii't .v!''''.' p r o j e c t i o n to anyone." "SVar, t i i c - r f : n n y ( [ U r t v r o i botwecn I'teiHy / i n d U u n o h o o n r w i t h M r s . K e l l l y ? " "i don't, k n o w . " "Mn you I; now if D o n o h f - o hnd any w o r d s w i t h -Mr:'. jk-:;s or Ton;,- Cell?" "I don't U i l i i w . " " D o y o u k n o w anyone; w i t h w h o m h o hail a f u s s ? " "N'o, t k n o w of no one." "Do you k n o w if he had any p r i v a t e p a p e r s ? " "No." " Y o u ' v e ( i o n o s t e n o g r a p h i c , -work f r o m t i m e lo l i m e f o r J o h n Donohoe. W a n t h e r e a n y t h i n g you did pertain- i n g I" his L-llli.:." a,s constable?" "No." " D o y o u k n o w , v h p r p t h e s e papers w e r e liopt'.'" "In the sa.fo in his office." "Do you k n o w who opened t h e safe?" "Xo." "You are?" "No, now." "You k n e w Kd WousrvtUer was f u g i t i v e f r o m jujtic.o?" "Yew." "Did Donohoe t e l l you (hat w h i l e W o n a e t t l e r was a f u g i t i v e he vlsitixl h i m in Ohio a n d t r i e d . t o p e r s u a d e him t o stay n w n y ? " "No." "Hn never (.old you hn gave him any money?" "No, he n e v e r did." At llii.s j u n c t u r e the case- was n d J b i i r n e d u n t i l .1 o'clock. Mrs. M c C l a l n was on I ho stand a short, t i m e . She told of h a v i n g last, seen Donohoe w h e n lie l e f t the house about 7 o'clock ol: the n i g h t he killtHl. He d i d n ' t sny where he was going, she told tho j u r y . There was a t e l e p h o n e call for him about (5:45 o'clock, she said, b u t was u n a b l e to tell who had called. "Did (he offircrs discuss tho case w i t h y o u ? " Coroner Bailz asked. "Mr. D o w n i n g q u e s t i o n e d me," she told h i m . P"%\ "After B iljy, Was Weak, ~ F ?$kinny. Gamed 22 Lbs." ·laj*^-Jf Ironitud Ye tut did it, MJ-» M.'f. ^^tfffi^ Benolt. Tbouii«nt).ii sajr S to 15 llio. CtiiQ«d ia 3 weokft. If erf ouffresx, conadpatioa Titnixh OTetnight. Slsin c;e«ir« like mngic. Gel Iroaizod Vcust Cablet* I fan drutgivt todaj. 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