The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 17, 1930 · Page 4
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PAGE FOOlt. THE DAILY GOURTEJI, COJNNIBL.I-.HViUL J, PA. FRIDAY, J A N U A R Y I f , Vttp (hmrter THE COlTIUKn CO., I'ubllobci 0. T1KNRY P. SKYDKR, t 1 c M U c n t a n d Editor. 1370-lOtO. MUH. K. M. SN\'DEn, JAMBS 3. DBISOOli* arul Goncral Ilanag-er. P. C. EDStUXDSON. Vlce-Fresidont. MISS n. A. IXWEOAN. S e c r e t a r y a n d Treasurer. JOHN U HANS, Slanasrltigr Editor. W.U/TI'IR K ,STJMMi!L«, C i t y Ed tor. MISS l . Y N N K H KINCELU S o u i c l y icattor. - ' AIK.MBtfH OF Vmorlean N e v v s p m e r Publishers A i s j c l d ' I o n , A u d i t Bui-en a of Cliculatlcm. P e n n s y l v a n i a N f i v s i M p e r PubllBliei s Association. T w o c e n t s ror c o p / ; 50o per r n o n ' h ; p."«.OO p c v j r a r by null t£ paW '« 1(1 ' Vii* ffl, Uo per week by curler. KtitfirM.1 aft second class matter at liho po tofilco. ConneUsvlUa. f'T.fDAV K Y K M X K , JAN. 17, 11)110. WKI.COMK TO CAPSTAN S A I^S.VMS. rtio occasion h a s happily nrrbocl fljiiiin u h e i i Conn«HsvilIo extends a inn5t cordial and welcome ^rooting to tho 'salesmen of iiio Capstan Olat,» (Vmipatiy, Kor the plshth conaccutiv year 1113 \*{]y ot iilcvl. actuo and wide awnlco rr p r o i r n t t i t i v o s of our Io«at Indus .ry a-.seiulito hero for a two-day coti'^r- «aco anil inspection of the Capstan ircthods and proco;ses ot manufacturing glass food containers and to talk "hop." There are some new faces in t/io group, which now numbers 32, more t h a n havo ever before been In a t t e n d a n c e at tht annual moe-Ungs. The welcome to the nowcomovs is just cis heartily given as' to tho veterans iu tlio service* who have been malting j early pilgrimages to ConnelisviUe f i i K - c Uie l!rs.t confereiico in 1922. Tho program provided 1s full of J K t i v l M c s and tho time- oJ the visitors H-tH be- fuUy occupied, but it is hoped amplo opportunity will bo given lor ihem to learn, the high degree- of 'Stoom in which Capstan, their ein- ployer, Is held. Also that they may realize to what uxtont the establishment, has won a warm place in tho hearta of CoiiDe.U8vllle and eorn- m unity. Tlio company'fi business motliods, relations to its employes and the part i l H ofllcials »r«y taking tn tho lite of CottnoHsvillo, are appreciated ·even inoio fully than tho company tnay bo aware. Enterprising, progressive and up-to-date, the company has been accorclad a leadership in to which its onlightoncd and liberal man.iKemout is deservlug- ly L'UtilU'd. U is tlio very earnest wish ot The Courier and all Uio citizens oE Con- nelSsville tliut present conferezico will prove the most helpful, Intormhifi and pleasant or any yet he-id. It is( lioped 'he get-togetLter of the company ofliciala and aalesniea will result IIHIC-'I t i i a t w i l | bo of mutual beneilt l i i i i n r ; tho coming your, and that tho ·viMlort, will return to t h e i r respective ill-ids even more enthusiastic in their pruibo ot Capbluu methods and prod- n t i s i . It is tfiistiMl that tho impressions that may bo formed ot Uonnolls- \ l l t o and ita Institutions and people i v f l ! be so favorable that tho visit 'icve, and Iho awscciatloriH that arc Cormwl, will be long remembered, and t h a t t h e r e t u r n n, year hence will bo looked f o r w a r d to with pleasant aii- t U l p u l i o n s . WORE ON R A I L R O A D .Ifl 'RttBRH. The decision of tho T n t e i « t ; i t e Com- Conmnisglon r e q u i r i n g -the Baltimore Ohio'to divest itself! of the ownership of the slock ol (.10 wositern Maryland Kailreart CointK'ny, is in conformity with that body s interpretation of the Clayton Ant -Trust Act which forbids one railroad o w n i n g the stoclc ot a parallel competing line. It also is u. step it it desired be taken in working entitle consolidation plans of tbo coniimtssiou. The Western Maryland 1 as been allocated to the Wabash-Se t board Syd- tem aa a means {.or givlnr a seaboard outlet ito the Wabasli, ihroiit;h the closing o-f the link now 1,-oing constructed by tho P l t t s b u r g £ West Virginia Railroad to a conn, el ion v/tlh tho Western .Maryland , i t CounelLs- \illc. H also follows nn oar i-er decision by tho commlfthlou in roliitioii to Hie joint ownership ot Cl pn»i cent, ot the stock of the Wheeling Plttsbnrg Railroad by the Rultlmor"- fi- Ohio, the New York Central anc tho NVolcel Plate companies. Kaiali of the three companies was ordered 'o dispose of the 17 per cent of Who ling Lake Brie ."took held by thorn respectively. The Wheeling I,a1,3 lOrie is a road the coinmission ha regiirded as essential to Uie ~VVaKi#h-Keaboard ^yale-m as Ihe Western MarylaiKl. Hem r the oixler In the ase of ern Maryland F.tor.k o vnernhlp appears to lx In Hcoord vltlt the eorn- ini.s.sfon's consolidation pintle which provide for two t r u n k li les where iho ItaltlnioTO Ohio and associated roads would prefer tha' t h e i c l»e but one. The application oC th' B a l t i m o r e Ohn i'or pcrmUsion t . con.solidule- with the Western Maryi i n d . .is a part of the former's plans for a single tru-n-k line, t,UU is penn ing before tlio commission. The dec! ion in Unit case will, of course, f.ti I more clearly reflect the attitude of Hie commission with respect to its sug jestoil nicrprers ot the Baltimore Oh o and the \Va- 31nes. respectively. ' OUIt SHOWING AT THK IlITEK If K A U !';. Under the. direction £ Mayor IT. D. Min^rd, chairman ot he transportation committee, the cl tails are shaping £or the formation of a caravan of Yotigh Hiver booster. 1 to attend UK- hearing before the A r i n y ciigincets in Plttsburg on Monday. Tho citizens of Con icllsville. Smith Connellsvillo, Dawson, Dunbar, Van- derMlt and Dlckerson Run are cordially invited to forni a part ot tliia demonstration of local interest iu the proceedings. Tho caiavan. will form ort South Arch street at 7 o'clock and be ready to move at 7 30 sharp Aicng the route via West Newton recruits aro expected to be resieived from Perryopolls, Smithto.s, Jacobs Crock and Layton, Joining at Wwit Newtou with tho caruvaners of that place. This will bo an oc asion so rare in opportunity to advance tho interests ot tho entire Yongh Valley that no citizen, should neglect it. It is desirable to make a ji )od showing of strength which can besU be done by giving the delegation such luoportionji that the Army engineers will bo convinced that tho people u i o in earnest. in their present effo Is to bring about a long-delayed but luxicli needed improvement of the YoiighioKheny River. TK.N Y E A R S OK PROHIBITION. OH t i i u tenth anniversary of Prohi- b i t i o n the interi'.st ia more widespread and more acti'-e than it was when the measure WUH made ei'teetive ou Janu- a i y Ifi, J9-I). M u u n t i m o it lias become moro of a political (Hsue than wats cxpoctcd. Tlmrc lias developed sharp division of HenUmcMitH and views between thi w t t s and tho dry*, tingoii lu t u o ^ t lust.HUM a by tho poruoual prodiltH'liotiH, habits ami tastea of tho r c b p r - ' f i v e outcnders. Tho I'ormcr have, !i(c:oitK increasingly vigilant u i i d \ I,"IUIH In tlioir efforts to Hcoun* m o d i t U .it iun of the Volstead Act; the l.itd'i 1 iu e I'vt'ii tnor« militant and del i - r n t i l l e d in t N'lr eiideavors to domon- ' t r . i N - t u c o onornic and moral ad- v.tutauos tli.U rt'jstilt fi'om tho complete rlirnii ution ot intoxicating l l t l t i o t s a;; a beverage. T h - l e s i t i l s of the enforcement of RICHARD n. WAlL. To tho devotees of basketball and Scouting no death In re;ent year's has caused more geniiln · sorrow than that of Richard D. Wai , the .18-year-old, and only, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1J. JOclward Wall of Sc ittdalo. Aa a companion C Mtt father when be was serving as ruterec ot basketball games, the young lad became well- known and tho fiuorlte of scores of fans. His appearance on tho floor between, tho halves of the garnoa was always greeted wIMi uproarious ap- plauae attesting b.s popularity as a youthful deraoristiator of the flue points of tho gume Lat4r, when )m became a Hoy Scout, alao under tho tut dago of his father as scout master, t i i e fine companionship between f a t a e r and BOH was given f u r t h e r oppi r t i m i t y tor display. Being tho prUK» ol Inn parenU' hearts tho death ol' tho boy leaven their house desol ito and an aching void In their bear s. In the crushing bereavement tbey -ut')ev there is such an o u t p o u r i n g of ymp.tthy that bring tlio strieke 1 parents the consolation that tuei ' boy was loved by iifa companions ;nd friends even, as thoy loved h i m . To the father there will bo the sai-re I remembrance that he did so much t'j promote tho Ideal uompuulobhlp winch existed between ho and his son-- ,i heritage of price- leas worth to an,\ father. Dog owners ar-v reminded t h a t they i . t n u c r i m e has Increased and that i t l e i i v e n f o r c e m e n t of tbo Jaw is nut possible and that the number of people who aro opposing the law Is ( o n ! t , i n ! l y increaf.iu«r. The drys m i l l i t e r v.iih the- claim that tho first I* 1 M-,ir ir.'it of pJoIiiHtion has estabI: IK ·! it;-- ti u-ci'ss to sucli a degree i l l . n A m e r u a w i l l i.ever again con- ·· IK to t r e t u r n of tho baloon. Tho ulioie subject of Prohibition .Hi'l law enfurcenieiiL Vriil bo a pro- )iiu-' of f u r t h e r contention in v-fnl I'ongrpss. The aim and of I ' l l - contenders for ' and t - w i l l be to bring tho subject m h public notice that the { '\nxlldates for tha rie-xt ' i - M i l ! ho influenced so effec- the political eorupleMo:i . and Its present degree w i l l be changed, w i i u m l e troes on thp plain to hold very they do now, b t made m i r a .! litoie nciU'i'd 'eMijoe, for (lie- i'l , It );i\V-l il-! 1,1\VS, Hot i n ! , \ h 1 i 1 1 ( i k i « n r (!if-!"(" I. $5 to ?100 i» mor. oxpenHtvo tlian pay- Ing for leg;U reg stration. Like Nero, Negro Fiddled as Home Burned ADAMS, iUiiKP . .Inn. IT--A modern c o u n t e r p a r t of oro who fiddled while Romo burned i Carl Krdeckl. Car! flddled svhilo hi^ home burned. · Flames c r a c k l i n g ' t h r o u g h kitchen walls did not disturb him a« he sat in the parlor lxw In hand and violin on shoulder. When firemen arrived to do tlipir dnt; ho resented their interference and i efused to leave. The firemen cajh-d tho police und the police called Ci rl out of ths house-. WHERE THE REAL CRIME SHAKE-JP IS NEEDED perform, that, is, to watch for e; rt on tv.0 slri-ots. The u n d c r l n k l n g !; a lifiz.i: iloilh one ;il. bost, but. i« mure j-o ou ilarlv nighle. All niloniobilr d r i v e n w i t h euro m a y i n n d o w n one n»dinj I h e c a l l w a y before h o comew \ l i h i n I h o l a y s o f / t J i ' j iititoinobllD't, ,ini|is. Tli" pedcHh San in Liiw C.IHH d ! not observe Iho care which an 01 liiviry p r u d e n t person sould have obapi ved .it I b e lline a n d i n l a c e of accident. The Local Newspaper's Place By A ] f \ I) Hood, (V! Tin 1 S i i n i i i l N i r l o n n t ( (I k I I I f i l l - !«,· 5 .1 s -. ,l,ui. 17 - Tho "Hoin.iu "I mound-. «ir N o d l l t z , n t a r iu b i l l m i - d ii cover t « o a u i enients. ono dating ba'.k. to i. but She lack of necweary 1.1 rhiiB prevcu'ed e t h n o l o g i s t s !;;:: ns i n t o them to : ' i-' Ir Uieerj- 't *rtio Hold Meelliwl LONDON', J f l - i . 17--During: the re- reii 1 , stock e-xe.iango a lump a young orator at the Jhariered Accountants Stxuk,' Us Soelef v dinner. "1 have hoard thai, it IB hoc nuhi 15 tho custom In! Homo pUu'oK t opt-ii company meet- ln:-,H w i t h a i rayer and eloaii t h o r n u f i l l ,'in i n v e s t C a t i o n " bam ' ^ orld ONSU- S T A M t ' U H l ) 1111.L, Kit« , JH.U i V - _ 1 Hume, work !; coueldin-fd M u s h u bur- ( il.Mi by glrbi i id t h e i r pau-uta t h a i a! , local achooi. ii IB decided that most of I ilip w ork w i l l he o o t o n i i d l s i u d ' l u i h i " i !f?s5ou time. ' LroulxjJ U .i *.srj. Federal Police Court Draws First Fire in Wet-Dry Controversy Affords; Occasion to Claim Tiiere Is Attornpt to Deny Right of Jury Trial. ny -DAVID TJA.WTIENCE {Coj/rlffbt 1030 by Tho Courier.) WASHINGTON', J a n . 17.--Federal Pollco courts--iho name, that han been gh'cn to tho courts in which petty prohibition offenses may ha tried -has drawn the first flro in tho pr"ohl- bition. c;ontrovorsy. Chairman Wlckersham of thp Nat^- ional Law Enforcoment Commi«Hion has recognized the opposition by answering attacks that have boon made on the alleged uncoiistUutioualily oC the proposal. The theory bacic o£ tho plan id to avoid congestion. !a tho courts and jury trials with -ill tho do- lays necessary to brlnu about empan- nollln{; ot juries. Tho argument in defense in that while every man can Insist upon a trial by jury as guaranteed by tho Constitution, ho can alno Ulead Eull- ty it ho likoa and save tho Government time and money. The accused 'woiilil bo arraigned before a United Htatof. Commissioner and lhoja wbo did not plead suiHy would bo held for jury trial if thoy dcslied. ISaMeaUy the oppoblliou to Uie plan which has been expressed in some (luarters Jn Congress IB t h a t tho bet- t i n g up of such police machlnary Is not necessary if tho Stales do their duty. It is also niiKgostod that ths plan, may be tried in wet Stateis where tho Federal authorities do not gut tbo corporation oC the. local courts. The chief: point 9f attack on the new plan, however, ia that the Unlloil States Commissioner a f t e r trying ti prisoner, who had not pleaded guilty, would pass on his findings to n Federal judge for conviction or acquittal. The defendant would have tho r i g h t to demand a j u r y t r i a l but at iho samo time the district attorney could submit tho case to tho grand jury and aslc for an indictment carrying a «o- vore penalty. This prolongation, of the process would, It is expected by tho; o who defend Uio plan, land to weed out quickly tbOHo who ure, not guilty and would bring f o r l q i i s offenders to bar and enable t h e coui'lB to concentrate on the latter cla»;i. J u r y I rials have been a t r o u b l e some, point, in tho enforcement ut f h e prohibition lawss because in wot com- n i u n i t i e n public sentiment iiua made it difficult to got eotirlctiouB. One of the most, poctiliiir f e a t u r e s of the new plan is that it lends itpolt' to attack on the stump for anything that Interferes even remote!}' wltn trlil by jury Is likely to bo u matter of endless debate. Tho prohibition slfle has been on the defensive rwcent- ly on many poinla and tho wets in Congress are not likely to lose the opportunity to charge the drys \ \ i t b se-?li!ng to limit the opportunities rf tr'al by Jury. In other words, i h e ((uestion of administrative efficiency Is likely to ho lost in tho Bhuitle or n controversy over t r i a l hy j u r y . \ n o t h e r pha^o of the rpcommnnd; 1 .- tl n for a Kedorcii pollen c o u t t is (ho li'ir'Uhnod lliai minor m a c h l n « r y i'or U o dotci'tloii of law ^lolbtlou limn l! o I'Vdi-uil ( l o v e i nirieiu lias h(ii p t'.i- ttifc jjossoasot!, 'i'ho cxporlon.'o of cities w i t h traffic c o u r l s especially set in to h a n d l e violatlonn of motor laws luis indicated that many parsons pro- li-r not to get in the court. In this i istucp, however, the c l t i r s have niors policemen engager! ia trafflo v nrK i l i n n in w a t c h i n g for -violations '' anv othai* AiBElo jsrouu ot orrii- Pedestrian Charged With Extreme Care In Use of Street Between Crossings While pedestrians mar not bo guilty of aegligenco, as a matter of I iw, in creasing a fltroet between i :gular crofselrige, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania baa hold that when t ,ey do they are charged with a high uty of care, to observe- appi caching tr, ffic on the street crofise-i and also i n the near-by Interocclmg sti e^t, wl on the crossing ie mndo closo to flue! iuter- eecillon. The decision of Uio co rt was glvf-u by Justice Kephai't. An ruitonioblla driver m a k i n g a t u r n at a street cronor into an into; seating street la also charged v/itn due regard not only to pedostriune who mi y be on tho rogulnr croesing, but also to any pereoa or vehicle lawfully n the Btreot itnmediatoly beyond ai I close to the crosalziff, it was bold. Tho court affirm-C'd tlio iowe court's dlre-clion of a nonsuit Jn a caso In which a pedeetrlan lujuret while croaelng between jthe icguUir iroseing but dose to it sough! damaj sa from nance.'). The' setting up of Federal police court's it is concede I would have a very important bearln ; on tho attitudo o£ conimunitloj; tov. ird law observance provided, 3iowr or, tho Vedoral Government adds ti Us police force or persuades tbo author it! on to handlo thij arrest I. Ififforts undoubtedly will }i inado in Congress to make Live proposed ji'Iianso" apply to all Fede al laws. Thin i-5 the Cnvorite form f attack and wVien the National Co nmlssion on haw Eui'oroeiuenl was i ppolnced, tho Administration asserted that its province was t h e entire flel of criminal law. Action by Congress prob; lily will not be taken on any of the various legislative proposals until , fter considerable d e b a t e PreMden Hoover has a working majority in ho llouso but the Senate w i l l not b in any h u r r y to make, tho changes 'CfineBleil. Once the tarifi' in out of the way prohibition will occupy tho cei tor of Uie Mago and tho proposals £ Uio "VVick- ei'Bliam Comnilsslon afford .111 oppor- t u n i t y for Congress to ial - tho rest of Iho Boasion, Abe Martin " t i i U l \ ' o m.\ ttj'i- t or J j l n o o l n H' ) tin u M l u l l i U ' i u r n ( . u l i i f * l^a i k. ( o i l . i j , "1 d t i n ' l h e l l e i t »iy )) islnlnd c v p r u s e d p r o f a r i t j . b u t t w o !l les ]n h i s ltl« -- o n c a w l i e n a w n d o w h l l u d roller a e n t olf in h i s .lands. a' OIICB at H o'nloc 1 ^ in fhe m o r n t n ' wi -n ha a t e p p » - l on a toi iraln i' o a r a , " i a m a r h ^ f l Aim. Tn«.i-p, thi.^ t i f t - moon. the driver of an automobile which had turned tho corner into the stre«t and lit nick tho plaintiff. There was no rjfttisfactory evidence of negllgonce on Uio p n r t of the sefern!ant, and tho plaintiff aid not use duo caro in crossing tho street at the point faho did, it wan held. The Crieo can not be considered 11 n altogether "between croesings" case nor Is H a regular "croseing" eaee, it takes to some extent of both, where the rulcv, of each should be modified or enlarged. When a driver oC a car «.pproaehc«i a regular crossing jit an interuedlng street, he ia bound to exorcise Iho greatest care for pedestrians thereon, and tho car must be operated aa UK to etop on the shortest possible notice. But what, would be negligence at a, craning fa not neo- cfesarlly negligence between crofiauiKs; there a vehicle need not bo under in- stp.nt control. A pedestrian on a regular crwekig, in view of a driver, has rights superior to thoeo of the approaching car; when ho erosacu between tho regular crossings, the Miporlor right of travel i« in tho automobile. Turning or going around a street corner presents a legal inUiaUon difficult to deal with both .-IP to pedestrian and driver. While no Used rules finch «« (hose at and between crodsings can bo laid down to govern conduct whore an mitoniobilo turns Into a street, tho driver of a car rnuat mnko tlio turn with duo regard not only to pedestrians who may be on tbo regular croseing, but also to ;uiy person or vehicle lawfully In tha highway immediately boyond and cloiso to the crossing. An automobile can not (U\«ih around a corner at an n u d u o rate of Biwoil and crash i n t o M'ltlcle, or nedofilrlan, without subject ng tho driver to liability. When thin duty 1a disregarded, and an accident happens, responsibility in damages follous. Care under t h e circnniettmccH ia the limit (o wiiioh any r u l e tiliould go, und each cabe. be guided in its law by ile own i'acte. in determining what ia due care, wliilo consideration iuu;-,t iic j;ivon to f h o rules above u n u o u n c c d , they uiiibt bo modilled by tlio neornci-a of Iho IK'dutitrian to tho croMiiut; a n i tho time and circumstances u n d e r w h i c h Iho accident occurred. A ipred of 20 miles an hour IH not o r d i n a r i l y mi- iitiual between e r o - s i n g s , hut MH h opeed in t u r n i n g a si i eel c(inur ;il nlglil. i n t o u .street ;', I (eel in \ \ u l t h woull bo negligent;* 1 . In l i i r i i i n s ; , i»r- Kons or \uhiclt'!! are nol easily .sivu u n t i l broiiglil w i t h i n Die r!i.«-i ot tho iuiloinobUc'ti lamps Aside from tiu nepllse-nee, \OHH ;ip- pcllant tliirted acrtisif (be -lreei, «bo could uaiiily Imve .seen , i ) j p i l U e ' i i ear approafluiuc. Of courm n!ic would nut know t h a t i l w o u l d t u r n i n t o t h e hide btreut, but bavin;, pl/nvd hei'MMl' in jt dang'M'oiin p o s l l i o u , l o i n n i o n p r u l e i i ( i should liavo d i i l . i d ' d ( b u t t-be w a i t I n find o u t . A m p l e i | i » r l i i i i i l y M aa ;;lven to liivvre avoided t h e I n j i i r y li.ul h h e been n u i i e d In I h n nrdiii.iry 111- htlnct -. of i-ell-pn r \ n ( i i n She d i d n o t w a t c h t h e esir, t u n . U H i K i n i ; slrnij'Jit abend, i i n t ! i u i « ! t o \\ i!ii neroh'r! Hie j i . i t h o l ( l i e ( . i r V i i » i v « l , i i i'l [ilaili (ihe look I lie i I n u r e i l h i 1 ·ibllll.. In fit 1 1 s.ifi i\ .u i . i - l ' ( - l l l ' l - l I 1.U1M I l l . l V l l « l l i e , ' l l i l l \ I I ] i, un .1 i i M i l e i ut i uv in li h l r e o t b"l\\'ceu i i ' K l i l . l i bill w h e n tlu-y d o t h e \ d i e iJinrged tt'ltb a h i g h d u t y to oln-er\e approaching t r a l f l c on tiie street eiot-- sod ami on the Intersecting M r e c f . when the- creasing is mndo clot-i to hiioh Inf-ovsoctlou. tn t h i s sltuo'lon Uio pertoHtrlan h.ifi a double duty to Commercial and i n d u a f r l a l a c f i v i l y make i'or p r o s p o i l t y , local or n a t i o n a l Whatever ' - j l i m u I a t c H sales lates pro'lHction. Wliafovrpr production ;idla to iMiying ]o-ver :uil m a k f n more hdles possible. Ui e- of l!io gcealo.'Jt, if not tbr- groatefit of all fuUorfi In keeping busiuosH pivmperous hi a d v e r t i s i n g -- a n d tlio local IIOWR- n^per, the papor of neighbor) ood cir- r u l a i i u n , IniK won rs'cognition UK Uio effect I ve- of all advortlaii g media. T h o i e iu, iud-ei-'d, mi oDier a g r n y t h r o u g h w h i c h t h e m a n with "iomniliiR to sell can uiyre readily eatabii^h con- t . u t w i t h (ho people whom lie may fiopp to ]m!uci to iuy, no otho-r mean:; by w h i c i i ^ e can drivfe home his nie^eago w i t h lest expense or more cu«Jtalnrl oft-octivcnce.i. Jt U, indeed, only too true t h a t it i'i pd'-y to qiuirrc) with inai y nowp- paper-j. Their h a n d l i n g of ic'ws, t h f i r editorial comment And their udvorfle- ing poiiciffi are only too l l l t j l y to i»- v l t n i rltlelsm, a n d tho t e m p t a t i o n to personally w i t h tbo' e ITUJMIII- seldom lacking. I ' o r y o u r personal reading you may ureter the great, metropolitan dallies, with thoir enoVmouti distributions. The undoubted fact roniaiua that the cdvorttsing columna of the- truly local paper will loll your otory to the public you wish to roach In tho 3 u rent .uid moiit economical way. The men and women who constitute your ruHilttttB are reading pofollcationp of this Idnd lor shopping t ugei;-tioi.- ae well aa for news of their neighbor?-. You reap.i thoni w i t h o u t buying waste circulation in the other ekle of the fitato. Advertising, it should be ro- i y m m o i l i l i t w h o r e , liar i n n y hf oh Hiiitli In i-i J.\ji t h e i« newo--now, in rcj-orrl to w o r t l i having, n'-wh of .'UK! at w h a t pric''!- th^'.v aincd. Therf IK no m i r ^ r and economy. of course. ;K!VOI- Lialu,; In lirKl of all a B U l w t i l u t o t o i LiiiU' «I»i'o it rnai)!rs him to It'll inn p u b l i c o b o u l hi'i \varos a n d e c i v l c o i n - hti'iid of i r i i ' - l i n g to the good words of n g r a d u a l l y inngllionlug list of satlf- (inrl patroiKi. II *";rvca Iho cutjtomer In tlu j fiJini'' c o j i v u n l r n l wny lor the iipwp:iper reader call "shop arfJUli'i" in tlio lew m i n u t c a il ftk(.*n to look t h r o u g h f i l e paprr, am! t h u s «avo t i m e and « l p p K , i n d p o h l o n and money. M r fif»i noimaUHviiio people- trades lu-n .it homo Uiry maito, a« llioy k n o w , i l i i l i n c ) ami i m p o r t a n t c n i i t r l b u t i o n to ( l i e luuiin'(-'« welfare of the comm u n i t y Prosperity in noceftearily conditioned upon activity. It depends u p o n money ppenf an wnil as upon money c-insod -- for every dollar spent In a oily !« a dollar for BOJIW outt clfcp in that city to- epond. And al.vayfs ihfl advertising of (he iowil papi-r i:i t h o f i u r e s t guide to w i p e jfimpire Stale Cliiet in Rednien's Hovcror FrankHn D. Roosevelt of New York in his newest und most distinguished piece of headgear, the headdress which he was presented with as he was inducted into tha Oder of Redman. The Governor was initiated into th? Apokeepsio Tribe No. 438, of Poughkeepaie. T cst Mrs. John Q. Shopper recently took an unbiased blindfold test of three methods of going shopping -- the first two she decided as inconvenient and tiresome, but picked the tHrd way which was by electric car., as the most 'comfortable, convenient and economical way to go and cornc. R«al l-ways Company At no lime \umlil tho ear owtnr nioro appreciate !, dependable 1 tires t h a n in w i n t e r w i t h its severe rule!, Btiow, and slush. Froodom from "tire trouble" is then most comforting. Yon cannot buy better tires t h a n I hone o ' the largest and best known manufacturers. At our stores yon v ill f i n d only t h e best, known brands of f i ' e s - no u n k n o w n brands, at ridiculous prices*, w h i c h aro high-priced no m a t t e r what price I yon pay. Our pn OH on these standard brands will bo found Jower t h a n the same identical tire Is so)d elsewhere. M a x i m u m \ o l u m e purchases means lowest possible prices;, w h i c h a d v a n t a g e \vr extend to the consumer. Make s o u r winter d r i v i n g nufo with chains. We c a f i t h e m , together w i t h a full l i n e of other motor o!5, gnsa f jr», etc. Sixtj Sf ores In 3flne Conntles of PenasylTiinia.

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