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TWJ-JjUVlU. THE DAILY COUKJEU, CONN ELL 3VILLJ5, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY .1.4, 1930. Detail s o: imore In preparing Its schedule of rallroade ! that form the Baltimore Ohio Sys-' lorn, the- I n t e r s t a t e Commerce Com-' mission extended ita western connee- Mona to Kausa * City t U r o u s h t h e ; award of the Chicago A l t o n ; to Detroit by giving the Baltimore Ohio an undivided one-half Interest*) in t h e ; Detroit, Toledo Ironton, which ie i Henry Ford's, road. Vcccse to Buffalo and Roc tester. N. Y.. is provided over the Buffalo, Rochester Pitt.sburg w h i c h already has in operating arrangement which bnnfiG the train* of t h e l a t t e r i n t o Pith b u r g over tho PUtsburg V/celern. The Buffalo Susquehann i, serving n o r t h e r n central I'LMinsylvanta ind 'southern cen- t r a l New York is alo fiivoti lh? B a l t i more Ohio. Through t h n allocation of. i h r Reading and C e n t r a l R a i l r o a d of New Jpr- «ey, w i t h which tho B a l t i m o r e OJiTo has Ions? had operating arrangements, access is given lo eastern Ponnsyl- vanl»i, n o r t h e r n New Jersey and New York City. O t h e r p o i n t s in i h e t o r r i t o r now served hy t h e B a l t i m o r e Ohii , such as U a l t i r n o r o , W a s h i n g t o n , Ijcx. iiKton.j Va., Oharleelon and H i m U n s I r i, \V Vn., P i i i c i n n a H , O , and l / o u i n v i l P, Ky., are reached by t l j n c o m p a n y ' own lines or flip numeilmis u m a l l ·· n u e c l - ing roads. O n e - t h i r d Interest is given I o Bal- timore; O h i o in the Cumberland Pennsylvania, t h n r e m a i n i n g two- t h i r d s belli;: d i v i d e d b e t w e e n t b n I ' n n n s y l v a n i H and (ho Wabflfih Sys- t A m « . T r a c k a g e righte are. given (Jin fiallimoro Ohio over I he Western M a r y l a n d f r o m f h r r r y R u n t o SShlp- ppiwbiirR, where- c o n n p o t l o n 1-s m a d e with the Philadelphia Reacting. The Washington lluti Hail road from | COHM-.M m u r h Ions widely foclGiulcd ter- U a y t o n to Star J u n c t i o n is n warded the B a l t i m o r e *· O h i o , a id o n e - h a l f iiilprcW in t h e New Ikivr-n £· Dunlxu- R a i l r o a d . The o t h e r h a l f gori, 1o the P e n n s y l v a n i a . Generally t h e Baltimore- f r O h i o .System ii much more ·( m p a c t t h a n tho Wabiwh-Se^woard f - y s t e m and r i t o r y . The :gjnplet; system and t h a l i n e s comprising; It arc shown in ili» a c t - o m p a n v i i i K m a p v c h i c h T h e Courier is p e r m i t t e d to une by t h e courtesy of ! The l ' n i l f / 1 R t a f m D a l l y . Llnes in System No. 5. Tho R a l l i ' i i o r e * Ohio Railroad Company, R r a ' l h m C o m p a n y , The C e n t r a l U . t j l r o a d Company of New Jersey. Bufialo * S u M i u e h a i i n a Railroad Corporation. A t l u n t i r C i t y Railroad Company. Tin StaU-n Island Rapid Transit Railway Company. I'fM.'ijomen Railroad Company. P o l l R e a d i n g Hallroacl Company. Tho Chicago A l t o n Railroad Company. Butfalo, Rochester Pittubiu'K Railway Company. Detroit. Toledo Irontoii Railroad Company (und i v i d e d c n e - h ' X l f , in'eresU. Th" l « H r o l i ."· T ! ' - d i Shore Line Railroad Company ( u n d i v i d e d i i M c - J i a l f I n t e r e s t ) . C ' h l i a c o , I n d i i u i a p o l i - ; Louisville Railway Coin- panv ( u n d i v i d e d o n e - h a l f interest). Trackage r i g h t s over Western M a r y l a n d Shtppenslmrs, Pa., and Cherry R u n , W The S h a r p s v i l i e Railroad Company. Castlenuui River Railroad Company. C h e s t n u t Ridge Raihvliy C o m p a n y , C o r n w a l l Railroad Company The Kansas Siclell Railroad C o m p a n y . M'iryland Pennsylvania Railroad Company M o u n t TTope Mineral Railroad Company. Mount J e w e t t , Klimte Rlterville Railroad pany. T'-io New York I/ong Branch Railroad Company ( u n d i v i d e d one-hnlf i n t e r e s t ) . Q u a k e r t o w n Bethlehem Railroad Company R a h w a y Valley Company. R a r i t a n R i v e r Railroad Company. Stone Hs.rbor R a i l r o a d Company. The T u c k e r t o n Railroad Company. 1'hiUuU'iphia Beach f((ivoii Hallroad Corns 'I hi; 1'rsliui t .North Fork Ri-.ihvav Compai.' 1'pper Merlon P l y m o u t h Railroad Compai The Valley Railroad Company. Washington Run Railroad Company. West Virginia N o r t h e r n Railroad Company. \ V h n r t o n £ Northern R a i l r o a d Company. \Vllfiwood S- Delaware Buy Sho-t Lin? ' Company. The Yale Short L i n e Railroad Company. P i f i s t o n R a l l v o D i l C o m p a n y . S.YSTE: B A L T I M O R E The H u f f f l l o Creek Sr O n i i l e y R a i l r o a d Pf Tjpany. tt l e s b t i m iS- S n t t h p r n H a i l n i a U C'.unpa' v, S t r n t i t l s Creek it M u d d l c t y R a i l r o a d Con .laity. \Ve.«t V i r g i n i a M i d l a n d R a i l w a y Compan; . U'inciicsti'i- A- Wc'-tern R a i l r o n d C o m p a n j The n r o w n s i o i i r fi . M l d d l f t d w n H a l l r o a d Company. Tionesiii V a l l e y R a i l w a y Conipatij. -7- /.- Tho M u n o n c a h e l a R a i l w a y Company ( u n d i v i d e d o n e - t h i r d i n t e r e s t ) C f i m b r m * huliana Railrond Company ( u n d i v i d e d o n e - t h i r d I n t r r e s O . f ' u n i l i e r l a n d ;· P f i n n s y l v a n i a Railroad Compan (und i v i d e i ! o n e - t h i r d I n t e r e s t ) . The K i i i r p o r t , P a i n e n v i l l e Kastrrn R a i l r o a d Comp a n y ( t i T i d l v i d e r i one-third i n t e r e s t ) . Oene-itMi A- NVyomlni? Railroad Company (undivided o n e - f i f t h i n t e r o s l ) . The I r o n t o n Railroad Company (undivided one-bait I n t r r a s U . .Vorthampton .?· Bath R a i l r o a d Company i!iidivklf(i one-half i n f t o s l ) . The Lake Te.nninal R a i l r o a d C o m p a n y ( u n d i v i d e d o n e - f o u r t h ' i n t e r e s t ) . Wttm £- Montro.'-o fiallroad C o m p a n y ( u n d i v i d e d one- h a l f i n l e r e n l ) . J o h n s l t u v n it S t o n y Creek Railroad (undivided one- l i u l f I n t e r e s t ^ McKeesport Coniipctiug Railroad Companj- (undi- v i d e d one-third lnter?st). New Haven 1 (unbar Railroad Company (undivided one-half i n t e r e s t ) . Oonemaugh Blark T.fck Railroad Company (undivided one-half I n t e r e s t ) . Stcelton it H i g h s p i r p Railroad Company (uudivid-ed ono-half I n t e r e s t ) . Patapsco f ?r Back Rivers Railroad C o m p a n y (undivided o n c - f h i r d I n t e r c u t ) . Bcnwood W h e e l i n g Connecting R a i l w a y Company^ ( u n d i v i d n d o n e - t h i r d interest). P h i l a d e l p h i a . B e t h l e h e m New England Hallroad C o m p a n y ( u n d i v i d e d one-hnlf i n t e r e s t ) . South B u f f a l o R a i l w a y Company ( u n d i v i d e d one- sixth I n t e r c F t ) . r o p y r i R h l (nsn liy Tho I ' n l l c i l S l i t e « Dally P u b l l a h l n s Corporation, FRANCE IS FINDING WALL ON FRONTIERS TOO EXPENSIVE A l s o Oni of Iate us Noxt War I KxjMM-U'd W i l l He Koutrlil In Air. t n i i i l P A R I S . 'I m y t l i l V a . " C h , u . i n !,(· b u l l d i i i E ; of a ,\\J1" a l o n g t h a and southfcanteru i i i m p u i . d ot Kiiiiplt.s inu- c h m t iu.n "pillboM-s." a n t i - a i r c r a t t n a u o r i i ' - , corn-roll: t r e n c h *ysteinfi and bin-t»ol A ire lit ores. I* proving more t o M l y t h a n ever a n t i c i p a t e d a n d the- Tardrwi ^ o v p r n m e n t hsia asked t h e C h a m b e r of Deputies for a t u r t i i c r ::,.'U)»,iM)it,l)(u frauci; to pay for live J H a l l , I'Vance will spend nearly o.umi.Ui'O.OW) francs lo niako he-r 'x-opic foel secure against iiivauioii M o m U o n n a n y or I t a l y . ( f a d such .1 ilt'teiisc- w a l l exifled in 1914, her · · I K S , i H i a f t belit-vii-, the w a r would \ i- t n ' i ' i i iMKlcd betoo it K«l well i n i U 1 : - w a y instead o f l-.i-itiut" l u u r % n ' ·. Ki-.au-f. f e e l i n g t h a t t h e next w a r \ \ i l l !)· aerial and medianieal, has f o i i i p U tely changed the original plans fur the defense w a l l . There will bo siuich more a t t e n t i o n paid to lighting · ff ou-Mny werial raiders, both air- p l a n e s urn! dirigibles. In i n t r o d u c i n g a project establish- i n g t h v crvxlit of 3,300,000,000 francs, the government, under the glgnaturos of I'·i-riult'til Doumerpue, Premier A u d r e Taixtieu and Ministers of "War M»t;luot and Kinanci! Cherou, explain t h e rrarions for the work. "Regardless ot the opinion wo i ay pc^^e t' an to the s t y l e of the next war. vt; aro agreed t h a t n i l necessary (i!npi» i'.ion,-. nuiht b · · · ( ; ! ! to pre- o n t a n l i t v i i d i i i g I'lit'ijij p u t t i n g IUH haiutt on our u i i u t - i . t l or n i c t a l l u r e i - t»il i clu-s or our mcaiir- of c o m m u n - ication aUniK the f r o n t i t v r . d u r i i m t h e early d a j n of t h e h i v a - i o n "It i-« intUspoiisablp thai t!," troops charred w i t h UK* iiiHiieiliatu proie-ctiou l 01 r t e r r i t o r y in cat^t 1 of inv;n-ion. find u defensive o r i r a n i n a t i o n ba^c.l on d u g o u t s and batteries, ready to h a l t the t n o m y . Thit, must b* done in t i m o of peace, bocfiiEQ t h e r e w o u l d bo IKJ t i u i e d u r t i i K mobilization. Tho gov- e r n m o n l feelss that llila v work inuBl Iff riinhcd along now ao t h a t a p o w e r f u l defoii'ilvo system vviil be rt-nly boforf- the '.iiy when the f a l l i n g b i r t h r a t e lue- to the ie :reusel birthn from 10K to I!1S, w i l l uo f e l t i n - t h e n u m b e r o! coiidcriptii ua.led to tho colora. " I n conut'iiueiiee, the g o v e r n m e n t propi/tes H prograni to folltisv tho work a l r e a t l j done, and lo bo completed w i t h i n a m a x i m u m lelay of live years f r o m ,1 uuiary 1, H'SO. "If it in n 'cciiBary to organize tho defence of o u r frontic-ih so a« to keep out ln\a\lin).' trooj;.?, wo m u s t t h i n k tilno of niusi, n.ttick« by aeroplancs. TJiit* iiroti-c ion is a ueparaU program cos t i n ; -I DO, 01)0,000 francs," IncludcHl i n the defoiiise 'jf.'herne fa the l.ulkling of narrow gauge and f u l l - gaiiKe railn ads r u n n i n g toxyiirtlts thu f r o n t i e r . K\t'!i if one w i-oi/,isl by the: enemy, (he others w i l l be at. . i t i l i l e to carry troop-', cannon, m u n i t i o n s ami evacuate the civil population. Tho vast u n d e r t a k i n g must be uc- complfe'hed witliout Interfering w i t h the economic, peace of the frontier states, all highly devoloped Industrially. Pran -e in w i t h o u t unemployment, so she m u s t look outride the c o u n t r y for the laborers S'he nc-edy in lliis work. Since tin- workers ongagod JIJUB! n a t u r a l l y Ivive a perfect knowledge,ot th« detenfiive tiyBtem, France i.s troubled, r.ho will pick her foreign workew c a r e f u l l y , avoiding natlonali- of countries with which she might some day oo at war. They w i l l bo constantly shifted, so t h a t they nevev get it thorough knowledge of tho forti- tlcations, tl.ey are b u i l d i n g . U ie like ly that. Rumanians w i l l be iitied, for h'rance recently negotiated it labor t r e a t y with Rumania whereby 10,000 R u m a n i a n laborers wore to be brought in France. Rumania as a nation is triendly to France, and geographical! Is unlikely to ever become au enemy. THE OLD HOME TOWN "--^ J - LT "-- Jl ' ' " '- _^-~-*».^ -U ' · - - - --- -- ---- ^ - _ j _^^^ ^^ Stanley BROWNSVILLE PROPER IT SUIT IS SETTLED I'XIO.Vi'OWX, Jiui. N.--A I'7-year- oUI l a w s lit w a s sottleii and the Kay- otto c o u n y courts saved two days of t r i a l Mm clay m o r n i n g w h e n it w is { a n n o u n c e ! t h a t D. Fred Robinson a i d | the firm f .Vathan K a u f m a n and R c u - j ben Shui · of H r o w u P v i l U j had come 'tii terms r e g a r d i n g a disputed nUce urrrue i MIL SUCCOTASH'. 1 .' LOOK OUT MEN: COMES THEM Vv»!LD OR were si: f INCe JESS -(f5)MBLE- \VAS KNOCKED -:iSHTEEN FEET BY A *MAD THE CORNEfe. OP MAIN AND SAPP s-Treee-rs -TME F=OLKS -me-fSB ABOUT CHANCES ·* REFORMED CHURCH ADOPTS COAT-OF-ARMS of property "overhanging" Redstone' creelc and f r o n t i n g on Market street. Robinson gives a large stretch of ground in the rear to the d e f e n d a n t s atid retains the d i s p u t e d g r o u n d abut- t i n g the crack. Alverton A L V E U T O X , I of B a l t i m o r e ii ' this iveok, J a n . 11. -Andy Yevic relatives here Mr. and Mrs. Foi 'e-st of Scottdalo wero Alvarton calle'fi Sunday. 0. F. DePrlest ol Mount Pleasant called on Ills molhe.. Mr«. Colinu Defriest, S u n d a y after loon. Mmses N e l l a and Anna K. Stonr-r of A'ew Stanton we) e callcru here on Sunday. Bert S h i r r e r was a buijin-ets caller in U u w u t o w n Moiu! ly. Air. a n d Mrs W i l lam S. Ober wero calle-M at T-'wr o;j vlonday. Mrj. Brtihs of New Castle spei)f la'U week v l s s t i u g her w o n , W i l l i a m Hrahii ot t h w jilace. ftirii, Daisy Kalp wai-i an A l v e r t o n caller Sunday. litta Mae ind I^eora Ramsay of Tarr were cailerp here Sunday. Mrs. W i l l i a m Heistel in iii at her home { lassilietl rffiulLa, Tr.v The Reformed C h u r c h in t h e U n i t e d Stateb ha.s adopted an oscutcilioon or coat-of-arni'S tbat i eprosents the historic line of tho church; The escutcheon Is divided into four sections sepaa-atod by a largo crosf \ipon which ap-ear the legend "In Hoc Signo Vinces" (l,n This Sign Con- juor ) Tlio de.sigr was tak?n from t'he ReftH'inod Oliuich of B-eiHh-e-ima, ;t a district lyhig in Germany and on (lu- bordeivs of [{ollaivd. Tlio u p p e r left-bund ocction u, a surface transversely divided into blue and wihit-o, iGprescntlzi'S i!i« colors of Zurich. Upon (hi.- sm-fa-cc, or (ipld, is the b u i n i n s ; I'^sh. the bush t h a t was not, c o n s u m r d ; tho design representing tho Reformeil C h u r c h in France. Tho flaming bu.sli \vaft .alw) n.seil by Scotland and IrlMvd, Thu jpp-ei' i-x-ction on the r i g h t is a field of scarlet, tin? color of Swilz-or- l a n d , u.pon which appears the neal of C a l v i n , a limit! holding a heart. The tepiend *«· "T yi-elr 1 my hoart p r o m p t l y arid liincorcly to The-p, 0 (iod," or 'i offer my h-euurt to Th-ee, C) CiorL" Tho lower section on tbn- )p,ft IK Kive-it to tho ooai-of-anns -of Z w i n g l i , the fouivd-er of t' e Reformol rhuix'h. Tho colors are K s ~)A and black and in Uve center of the tt-eld is a ring. Thc-re is no inscription but the rin« is u, l ,--erl as a sytn'bo! of eternity. Th© field on the lower right re-produces the color;- of the Palatinate, blue a n d white. The colors of Zurich and of the P a l a t i n a t e are alike but they d i f f e r in a r r a n g e m e n t . In the latter t h e y form a plaid, and on this field is placed t!ic'"Ii!y Anioiim the T'horns." This was tho symbol of live Uiigeno-t Church u n d e r its so\ere persecution. I t w; s also used by the W i i l d e n s i a n C h u r c h n.nd (he Reform-ed C h u r c h of H r i l l B i u l . The I n s c r i p t i o n is "limergo," "t btniggle l-hroug-h." Tiie switl-inent 1.1 a! -o given, "The Tjily pi'ln-gliig: u u fr.-un a bod of tborn,?.' POLAR REGIONS LINKED BY RADFO, SOVIET WITH BYRI) Station in Franz Joseph Lain! rotnniunlrulfts With Little America. DISTANCE SPAN 20,000 MILES By U n i t e d Tress MOSCOW. Jan. H--The, most, nor'h- ?rn and s o u t h e r n points of h u m a n h a b i t a t i o n on t h e globn were linked today when the Soviet station in F r a n z .Joseph Land communica'ei! w i t h the Hyrd expedition in. ' h e A n t a r r l i c , over nums than 20,000 miifts of territory. The- conversalloji largely concerned the weather. The Soviet station recorded phenomena c o n n e c t e d w i t h t h e Arctic d a w n and Byrtl replied w i t h Inctn on the Antarelice t w i l i g h t . Byr! asked for the latest fact* on the search for his friend Aviator (Ion Ellscon. Perryopolia and Famous Churrli Uurned. PUIL.ADJ2U' 1IA, J a n . 1-i. - K i r e late lad n i g b t d e s t r o y e d the Se-onl Bapllsl C h u r c h of Gci'inaiUowti, one of the largest in t h a t section of the city. One fireman was out by f a l l i n g glass ami s-'evr-ral were overcome by smoke. The '.IRS w,-in p l a t e d at for Bargains 1 If so, read trio advertising columns at Tii« i^iilv 1'lOHin'OPOMS, .Fan. 14-- Mr. Mrs. Floyd Willtes of (jla«5port fi S u n d a y w i t h Mrs, J o h n Wilkee. Cliaclfi Alar-tin of Swirisvalo speni the week-end w i t h his parents, Mr. atid Mrs. J. U. M a r t i n , lie returned to hiB work in S wise vale Sunday evening. Mr. and Mro. C. G. Dltkson gave a d i n n e r Friday evening for Sir. Dlck- HOII'S basketball boy«. Karl E. Curtis, J, U. Stimmel, William Younlcin and Rodney Sisley «lrove to \Vashing-ton Saturday evening to witncsfi the W. J. -Bethany ga'ne. Claire H a r r i s of Oil City, eper. t the, week-end w i t h J a m en Plersol of S t a r J u n c t i o n . Hu wan a former re'^deut of I'ei-i-yopolis, but luw been w r r k t n s in Oil City for some time.. iMr. and Mrs. Walter Pring.'e of I3ro.ul Ford spc-nt the week en, with Mrii. Dora Keller. Mr. and Mr,-;. Kloyd Vi'ilkes of HafeB- port, and Rev. and Mr-,-. Forpm of I'erryopotir:. uioiorc-.i to W a s h i n g t o n , 1'n., w h c i - e t h e y visited relative . Lluifen who

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