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Thursday, January 16, 1930
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THURSDAY, JANT'AIir 1C, Tf»30. UAIL^Y" UOUIUIfitl, CO WELLSVILL.E, PA', PAGE FIVE, FOR COURT AFTER THEY ADMIT MANY ®- Practically A l l o f Crimes Charged. Admitted to Justice Kennel. s MADE PITTSBURG HEADQUARTERS Special to Tlio Courier. SCOTTDALK, Jan. 16. -- \Valtor Casztvta and Fred fColdys, 19-year-old lOverson youths, tho latter a cripple, who were arrested In PUtsburg last Saturday and aio alleged to have confessed to numerous robberies hero ·wore- givtju a hearing yesterday attev- noon at the borough building and must answer to court at Groensburg for their crimes. Thirteen -charge-s of breaking 'and entering wore preferred as/alnst the boyi and th-ey were ordca^d hold im- !-e-r $2,000 bail on each charge. In de- ffuilt ot ball they were committed to jdll. Tho boys -wore led Into tho office at tho borough building by Chief of Police Frank Oanoe. They weio well tlreS^ed, imtna.culate !u appeal anco mid woU-inaniK'r?il. O n l y WsiHer was. (|iiestloncd In the testimony It was 3iot dlvulgett us t v.hat e\tent the other w a ? Involved In the robboiieh, "but U woi said t h a t tho officers luuc written fOHfosslons from both. Tho first witnoss called was Mnry K. lloohs winder of the Mary Klleri 'I'-ea Room, who testUved that li-ev place In PlttsbiiTgr street had beo-n entered Doc-embor 10 and pio and inillc had ibeen talMn. ^VaItor admitted that thex twid in at that time. Tho next person calle-d wag T .7. Jelly ol tho Nally Motor Cav Company, "tthu said only so-mo petinie-s Imtl 1oen tak-ou from his place on th* night oE Dcceuwbor 22. Tho boy admitted having tuke-n |tho p-e-nnles «uid also told by which window ho had -gained entrance to Iho building. A. \V*. Voting of the Hetzel-Young Company said that th« Hetael-Younu place had been ctitere-d the last time on January SO. and that between f7 and $8 had bc-en taken. AYhilo being Questioned "Walter admitted that ho bad broken the safe the first tlm-o ho entor-ed. Ben Miller, re-presenting M. Miller c,nd Brothers, testified that tho principal thing the boys were after was cash. Wfiltw then stated that they Biad Cotton ?1-6S In cash on A $337 57 In (checks. He said he had torn up tho Interment will follow in St. John's Cemetery. I * Tenonal Mention. Mrs. Eewln? Spcer of M o u n t Pleasant visited yi sterday with her ulster- In-law,' Mrs. II. C. Fox, who is ill at her home in West Plttsburg street. End Eozema Tortores Forever TCo eod In Suffer A n o t h w Day. Th ore Is o n o simplo yet inexpensive way to stop the itching and torture of eczema instantly, and that Is to apply Moone'- Emerald Oil night and inoinlui; and people who suffer fiom any pmbair^-,lns or dlflflRiirlns skin trouble would be- wise to b a n i s h It before It 11- ichcs a 11101 o or '.ess c h r o n i c staije Ask Union Hrug Store or any first- class dniidlat f° 1 ' m original two- ounce bottle of Moono's Emerald Oil (full-streiiKth' and refuse lo accept anything iu i t s plnco. tt is suck o. h i g h l y (.oncei tratcd preparation t h a t two ounces In .t a lonn time, and furthermore, It 1 als wonderful discovery does not give you complete satisfaction you, i an have your money refunded'. Special not^: IV-oplo who w a n t to i educe sttoll-n or larlcoso veins should Ret a UolUe ot Emerald OH at once. By a p p l - u i g n i g h t and morning as directed t h y w i l l (julchly notiuu au Improvement .vhich will continue until tho veiin a n d bunches are i educed to normal.--A'lveitisement John Louoks of tho Louclcs llard- ·waire Company takl tUai only a saf-oty razor was missing. Walter said that ;was all they had taken. C. L. IMtr.rr stated that ho had Tobb»d of a safety lazor, a ]Kn- a revolver, and ?15 o-r ?30 in old -coins, with eight or 10 silver dollars. "Walter corrected the statement, Baying th it only two silver dollais ·v,-ero taktu, but admitted getting nn/or, kuiir- an-d revolver. J-ohn Caff-evrty of tho Do Luxe S«rv- S e e said th it Iho boys had gotten only home change Gilbert £ Serse of the Superior Gas Company said n o t h i n g lud been laken^ ai his pl« e. Nee Cioldensoii ol" Mai Us and Goldt i i F o n test hed to the loss oE ?8 1u money, s h u t s , suitcases und shoes. "Walter a d m i t t e d one suitcase, ono savonler, 0,10 hat, two neckties, five fchlrtf and two pairs ot shots and ndclod t h a t there i\as nothing ln_ tho c.u-'li register. C'. A. Ciowley representing the ·\Vaverly Oil C'otnpany said S19.13 had been taken from his plate and two safes had 'een broken. IT. Von Davis representing the C! cot go W. Davis Company told of loss ot two rings, one a diamond, and one- a diamond wedding ring, a $100 Liberty boi d and a Wallet. The boys admitted h i v i n g the two rings, but denied a l l K n o w l e d g e of tho Liberty bond and s\ allot. They H!SO admitted having got SO pennies U o m tho Uavis placo. The one reason t h a t f h o boys had not been seen a r o u n d t o w n \ \ l t h tho stolen goods is t h a t they had been staying In Plttsburg. Koldya, tlie lamo boy, only mule two trijia to Scottdiilo, but C'asztyia was a regular commuter, coming to Kcottdalo in tho evening and returning- to I'lttbbuig, mostly by t'ie ilck up route. The boys admitted they had gone lo Cleveland snnp t i m e ago to work had gotten out of ·work and retained lo Plttsburg. Koldys admitted to the police tho robberies o n l y a f t e r the restaurant ·where they loafed hart been vraluhed jind Cassttyi i had beo-n picked up on a m u r d e r charge. I5o'.s Hody Home. The body of Michael Kannareno, Ifi years old, arrived Horn Cresson yesterday and was taken to tho homo ot his mother, Mrs. M.uie Kannareno at Kverbon and Grant avenues, lie IB survived by his mother, two brothers, Joseph at homo and Tony In Chicago, and tho loUtiwlni; sisters, Mrs. Aatmla J U a t t i o l l and Mrs, Kobe Palasamo oE BiMckeubrid :c, Mrs. Jennie Oiam- manuo of Hcottdale, Josephine and Marlon, at home, and Marie, who is at Crcibhon sanitarium The 1'uner U service will ie Held Saturday m o r n i n g frt 0 o'clock ut St. John's Church ana ;2,013 COMMITTED TO COUNTY PRISON; ALL DRINK LIQUOR UNION'TCnVN, Jan. 16. -- Fa5ett county's prison report for 1920 as compiled by William Wilson, warden, shows a total o£ U.013 commitmente including 1,G2' white persons and 39!i iiogrow. Of th« 1,630 white 'persons committed, 1,477 of these -were males and 143 females. The negro count was S30 mates am! 03 females, according to tho report. Under 'the heading of "clrll conditions," tlve report showed that 1,118 woio married, 853 were single and 40 widowod whll" under "habits" tho count was;: total ab-ftaln-ers, none; moderate dilni.-eia 1,503 and tntamper- uto, 450. _ Tho majorit or a total of 1,1 SG of tiro pilsotvers, both mal» and t'enuvle, reported the-li age over .'!0 There wen- also 51! c imraited w h o wem nn- doi It) jear.i Friday, January 17th Jlonrv: 8::{l) (u 12:00 Music by Herbic S t n K U ' » « ^tidshipnii'n I a d l f - s ^,H- ( i r n t x 7."c Vanderbilt VANDKRBIL1 1 , Jan. 16--Mist) Aiiua Belle Madden ^ a a iu Connollsvlllo on Monday. Mias Emma Jean Shallcnberger paid a visit to Counollfsville Monday. James Snj.lei, who had been on tho sick list for tho ptu'l we«k Is able to be out again. "Mrs. I^uclle Him who vleitel a Jew dajs w i t h her tUter-in-law, Mrs. J. II. I{ozUU, had re'urncd to her home at Wnynesburg. Mrs. N. R. M lore attended a brklRc luncheon TufacUy at the Pleasant Valley Country Clug. Mrs. Ada Bentty \vjie calling at Star Junction Mondny evening. Mrs. Thomas W r i g h t attctid«! the monthly meoti! g ot tho VanderhlH JTaiicywork C l u n at tho hoiiH 1 - of Mre Lyjnan K. M l l l e i , Lincoln avenue, Con- nollevllle. Tho Siituula\ Afternoon Cluh has completed ai raiigomcnta for a home talent pluy to h' pre'suutctt in the near f u t u r e . Ml si Can-to Pull's Sunday School Class will serv n chicken eupper at a duto to lo iiamcd soon. Mrs. W A Kioed waH lt\ Scottdale Monday on a si opping trip. R. 10 tkQ wu, tranaactlng business in Coimellsvlllo Momhiy. C'lats No. 4 oi tho Chriotian Church \ v l l l lutvo its monthly niootlriK · w i t h AlldH Circles Mcdlll at her homo Friday ovenlng. Mi6. James E Boydston and son, James, of PlUshurfr, v!sitel w i t h he-r fl«ttir, Mrs. N. K. Moor 0 -, MonUuy. Mre. Jennie Addis wae in Couiiells- ville Monday ta! ing treatment for an o£ tho e./o. GOITRK NOT A DISKAST] .Wllwaifkoe Boclor Makes llemarkiiblo Milwaukee, Wise,--It has been bKOUght to light by sclsntino resoarch that goitre la noi a disease- and IB not to ba treated as t urh. Dr, A. A. Hoc-k, Dept. F28, Box ',37, Milwaukee, "Wis , a prominent goitre specialist for over 21 years, p3f£ected a diffeient method of treatment lor his patients that has proved remarkably Bticcehs- iul. This samo method is now beint, used lor a honu treatment qf goilve cases all over thn country w i t h astonishing ti'Milts. '1 lie doctor btatet, that goitro is ,1 r o n d i t l o n w h i c h grows H rtr-to w i t h JU'gl (t iind l e c o m n i n n j H j l i n r n e d U t o a t t i i i ' i o n no uutlcl h o w | maall Iho growl li ni i)' nppi'ar. llo j s ' l o n j f l y o]iosah n»M illcss oiu'ratlDiiH J ) r Jtoulc 14 thi" , u t l i o r of (i hook t l i n t | U'Us in a s i m p l e ' \ v . u about t i e a t i n g I n o l l i e at lioint' i l n lut inihliahed (his hook at Uls O\MI ( \iKMiiO iiiu! w i l l h u n d a 10|)^ Hot- hi l i n t Diiv l i i t e i e h cd \\'. ito h i m tod i j A d v e i ilsi-nu-nt t'sp ( In ".(lied ids, ' ThA? brans' rof- lit* GREENE COUNTY COAL ASSESSMENT APPEALS DROPPED ·\VAYMiSnUllC!, J u t 1 6 -- -Anpcalb c'rom t h e t r i e n n i a l ti'ne.snient of tl|o Pitlsbnrg vein oC coal I n s t i t u t e d l|v sixteen coal c o m p a n i o n operating f n Itroene c o u n t y wore dismissed by loclslous handed d o w n by Judge A, H. Sayers. Following the t r i e n n i a l nbsansmenl. iiad in 102? n n u m b e r of coal companies and i n d i v i d u a l ^ appealed f r o m Mic- assessments, c l a i m i n g t h a t the value- placr-il on Iho roal by tho cliffM-- o u t t o w n s h i p .isscssot'H and l a t e r iul- inatccl bv (ho county commth.sioncis 'Be-a snob" says College Prof. TIoHi-ings on Hie a p p n a H waa hold ' (hiring tho l a t t e r part of 1D2P, a nmn- !)cr oC wltnisir«? t e s t i f y i n g on behalf uf tho coiil o\\uci"i and county coni- Appeals \\ore inslHulod by the Ouniborlnnd Coal Company and to dlhei (.ouoeruH Tht* appeals \\ere joined and all lip.ud at (bo s.imc tinio, It. \vt!i claimed Unit i l i o t o w n n h l p as- j pssiors discriminated ac.ilnHt, Hie coal i ompaniei and Unit In many instances the assessinenlB larked tinl- lonulty, Tho concerns have ulso made u« aUempl lo havo the i-ouiHy divided i n t o lour /.ones 1'or the piuposo of uaflpKune coal. I n h a n d i n g down ln-s o p i n i o n s J u d g e fuiyets declared t h a t i h t o w n s h i p lines \\cro t h e \tcsl intMiit of zoning ( h o county for asscristnont ot ( oul u n d thai no d i s c r i m i n a t o r y a c t i o n w.ui c'hcerncd in Uio ab-vCJ'MiieiUu. Tho Cuinbcil.Ujd Uuil Company c wns !),2,"7 a c r e - ) of c o a l , ,m l bt,cd at f J.JOl.CL'U. Judgus S u r i H pointed out the eouccui U a subsidiary and iiot, a holding company of tho I f . C. Trick Colic Company which owiib (!!,- Tri-t acres oE touJ In Jeffcison township, Ji'lt'orsoii borough, \ V h i t o i y towiiHhlp, Duukurd t o w n s h i p and Car- Dilchaels borough, At the t i m e the- triennial asn»ns- ment \\»s made ecwl laud v. UU the PHtsbiirg vein u i? uib«r -ifcd at $270 per acre. This was l a t e r i educed by Pie c o u n t y coinnilbilont'i s to ?2UO tin i»c re. The operators pointed out t h a t the assessment n a n too lilgb huif- much ,ib very l i t t l e oa! was being moved «b Sucre- was no l u a i k e t lor U. Promotion depends on appearance as well as br; dns M AYBB this Hounds f glance, but fa it? Hi do you know who need grooming to givo them i in the world? Two thingt your appearance immensf hands and a good smoot "Vaseline" Petroleum Ji potfsiblo to have both.- Take tha shave, 'for i morrow morning spread i "Vaseline" Jelly on you you work in the lather, and BPP tho difference. / this onco you'll he a "Vi fan for life. Aa for the hands--who from doinK any form of t apply "Vaseline" Jelly o briskly before you was! the crackp, loosens the the irritation. at first w many men just a. littlo better place will improve ly. Well kept i ehavet And lly makes it xamplp. To- light film of face before Then shave fter you try selina" Jelly you romc in anual w_ork, id rub it in . It softens lirt, soothea OANS 3 00 If You Need Monoj for A n y Emergeucj SEE CJS Fayette Loan Compj my Title Trust HI Is-., 5th Floor. Connol svlllo. Pa. Telephone SI-I · 8(JG Bonded tr tha S ate. ^'Willing to take his medicine," Frank Keeler, youthful St. Paul clerk who disappeared while taking $94,000 in checks, cash and (securities to the bank for his employers, now fncee trial at St, Paul, after his return from Miami, ,FIa. He told police the large amounts of money which he car- tried daily tempted him too far. J Coufjb. Goae! What · comfort to lot that maddening throit t cklc. No wonocr children and erowi-up« like Bcvc n'« Cough Bslxm A fov r- It0 cough remedy t ir 49 ycorn. 8«fe, effo · tl ve. Your drug l!iit hag It. Two alien, 2 5c nd 30c __ COUGHBAISAM our c'assiflod advor Diet and Healtti BY tUUl HUNT PtTERS, HCt, AUTHOR Or OUT AH» HEAtTH'AHD'OtT fgg_CHIU RCH* Jjiilu H u n t Peters, M. D QrouoMntim "P\EAR POCTOR: What would you J--* say cauaea a person to be grouchy? I am tha mother of three small children. I hc.l a serious operation three yoara ago, but I am alright now. But out of a clear sky a grouchy spoil conic? over me I dilnk from four to flvo cups of coffoo a day. Would this 0.0- -ount for it? 1'hls nmy Boom utraiigq to you. Doctor, but I ·lon't want to bo pouchy, 1 want Lo bo nice If you could help ' me I would bo so srateful aa I don't want n^y family to hate me. Would you say this was nerves, too much coltoe, or just p'uln. downright cuasodncas? "i mlRht add that I urn 5 ft 1 In tall, weigh about 100 pounds. 1 am titways cold, and when everybody filsa is i ousting- I'm Just comfortable. '"MRS. H." I don't bolleve In downright cxiss- t dncss, Sirs. R. There It always aome j oason for abnormal behavior, Including cl o.--cither psychic Injuries or physical impairment of tha nervos Tha fact that you are cold the time showa your circulation Is sluggish, and It may ba posBlblo you are Eiiomlc. You are ubout IS pounds vinderwclirht. That also la auprgoHtlve Your nervo ,1183118 !s not properly nourished nnd that would account for Its Imir-tiifrgor s!afc. Then, yon aro undoubtedly an excessive coffea dilnher. Caffeine profoundly upaatfl somo, nod perlmpa you coma In that class. At any lata, I would cut It down lo ona cup a day, or even out e n t l i U y , and have rnllk Inateuif. I'erhaps If you gain these needed pounds, you'll notice an Improvement In your dlnpoHitlon. Of rwirse. I liavo to sueppst, as I do to all of j-ou, that you have n check\i bv a c o m p e t e n t physli lan I fll«o suKKPSt you Kami for our r t m p h l e t on Redurlng and Oalnlns and our article on Anomdi 8e« col- n nn rulpu for o b t a i n i n g the.-a. "Dear Doctor: I am a wit ow and the solo support of snven chl Iron. I nm turned down In. my wor t and I beilovo It la because uf my gi ly hair, holp mo. W." i don't know what to tnll y -u, Mra. \V. Mos* hair dye's contain mrmful chemicals, anJ If n.bfiorbed by the skin they may not only i auso a local and even general Inilar imatlon of the skin, lull {;eneial symi toma ot polfaonlnff. Tlio only dyei 1 lat are not believed to bis daagrorous are the voidable dyed, imch at her na and walnut', but tho homo appHc tlon of those IH usually not natlsfacl ry. J will any that thero ar i caaca where hair dyes havo been i aed for years with apparently no h rm. I suppose tho su.»ce itiblllty to tho ehernlcula used, and lerhapo tho leslstance of tho Eikin, are tactorn which determine whether t 10 dye poisons or not. As you havo no hubband, 111 d havo seven children to support, you should have holp from some of the or janized, agencies that liolp In such casen. Don't hesitate to ava.ll youi aolf of them. If you aro Interested, wu b ive on artlcl on tha care of the Hi Ir and Scalp which you may have »y following: column rules. * * * * Mrr R.--Oui rumphlet on t le Hy- Elei-a of Womon tells how ti hom» treat thai slight dlscharEU yoi speak of. See column rules. w « W Mrs. B.--Practical nurslaR 1 · oursea aro frlvon In soma of th* Y. W. C. A..'e, I am Informiid. Editor'* Note.-: Dr. Peters dlasrnoao nor irlvo pbrsonal questloun, If ol paneral li will 1)0 answered In the colt; their turn. HerjnoBtju for attl pamphletn on hand must bo i panlod by a fully welf-add iJ en'-alope, pluii \ha fol small charg-e to lielp cover printing and handllngr: for article wanted, S cents in uol each pamphlet, 10 oonts In colt pamphlets are BeduoJno onsJ O Hygiene ot Women, Kidnei Bladder Diuortlertt. JLddrea Petera, In earo of thle paper , and not o x e r 200 word uinnot idyloo. tereHt, nn lu laa or ocom- ·esned, JHt Ot each i; for Tho \ning, and Dr. Writs Quilt and Comfort Sale Comfort Cotton A good quality comfort cotton, opens out 72x90. F tegular $J,00 value. Special 68c * Comfort Cotton An exceptionally fine cotton batt generally used in better quilts. Regularly priced at $1.00, Special at 88c 27 Inch Dark Outing Dark comfort outing. Regular 19c value. Special 7 Yards Fast Color PRINTS To 45c Values Hope Bleached MUSLINS 1 Comfort Chailies Fast color f u l l 36 inch comfort Chailies. This is the Melbourne quality, one of the best you can buy. Regular 25c value. Special 6 Yards $1 Unbleached Muslin Pull 36 inch unbleached muslin. Special for tomorrow 8c Yard Wool Comfort Batts, Cheese Cloth Covered All -wool filled comfort baits, covered with cheese cloth; extra large, 72x90. Special, a batt Comfort Outing laght comfort outing, full 36 inches wide, in a good heavy quality. Regular 25c value, Special 6 Yards for $1 Peter Pan Gingham Full 36 inch Peter Pan gingham, guaranteed stln- fast and tubfast. Regular G9c value. Special 2 Yards $1 Comfort Gingham Plain colors, stripes and checks in fast color gingham. Special lOc a Yard 36 Inch Dark Outing Regular 29c f u l l 36 inch dark outing in good heavy q u a l i f y . Special 18c a Yard Sheetings Bleached and tmblcach- ed sheeting. 81 and 90 inch --in a 5Ood heavy quality. Regular GOc value. Special 49c Yard Pure White China QUILT COTTON 48c Stitched Comfort Cotton The best you can buy! 2% pound butts of pure bleached stitched cotton. Featured at a very special price. 98c 81 Inch Unbleached SHEETING 39c Our .Standing 1 Guarantee--Satisfaction or Your Money Back. Do you take an interest in the fashions of 1930? With which we make bold to remind The Men there are fashions in radios, razors, storage batteries and fountain pens. Most women appreciate i he authenticity of the fashion news--in regard to silhouettes, coming frills, passing fancies, and the colorful details of the mode--to be found daily in the advertisements .,. . Fashions these days are not confined to clothes. Automobiles, interior decorations, table service, vacations, even ·b breakfasts are more satisfying, if, to use the word of the twenties, they are SMART. Advertisemehtsarecontinuallychronicling the fashions that are smartcjst. Advertisements keep you informed of the mode in merchandise of all kinds. Advertisements are full of information about the new ideas that make American life what it is today. If you are interested in better living, you are bound to find the advertisements worth while! VUWfVVWMWg^^ POPLAR GROVE HOME S8TES K are the finest In th« city--a moat desirable loct.tlon for thai NEW HOME you're olwnnin* ! to bulJd. *HO UP TO $1,000 V * | ! Fine Quarter Acre Bnlldiny Lot* water; schools and church nearby--can b« ! ! purchased for as low as $110. for fall ivartlcxlare write C. B. McCormlck, Coaneii»viilft. 1 1 a»«fmfflft«utiftaft»^i««*ft^'»a^^^

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