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PAGE TWO/ 'i'tiJS DAILY CUUKIJ3K, COTVNKI/LiS'V OxLJES, FA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1930, o.N.N i:i,i,svn/t,K iv. c. T. u. j HOU),S IXTEUESTIJTW .SESSION A rery Interesting zn-ec-tlii# of' tho ConnellsvlJle W. C. T, U. was held last-| e-\onlng ut the homo ot Mrs. S. B.' Henry, Kast Murphy avenue. Mrs. 1 Clark Pope, the vice-president, presided 1 in the absence of the president, Airs. Alvwda Knnedy, · who is away from her home on account of the 111- noss of her sister. Prayer and praise sorvlcea wete n charge ol! Mrs. Amanda Mornlson. Nineteen members and two vUHors %vore present. Seven new members, received. The union will "join w i t h the Church of the Brethren In a mooting at which time OhaiMes M. Flitnore of Indianapolis, 1ml., will spoalc 1n the ln'-rost ot Anti-Tobacco- of America. The date of the meeting will be announced later. Plans were mad* to observe Frances Willawl Memorial Day, February 18. A report was g h e n of the county Institute and vieroiy hincheori last Friday in Undontown. A very Interest- Ing atndy in Christian citlen'/shlp was taught by Mrs. Pope. Several readings by Mrs, Catherine "WltmAn were on.toy-od during: the social hour. A delicious lunch -was served by Mra. Henry and her aides. IttK. AKU MRS. A. T. LOOMIS HONOKEJVWITH SHOWER Mr, and Mra. Thurston A. Loomls, -whose marriage was a recent event, were honored with a surprise wedding ihowor given last Friday night'by the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.- C. Ijoomia ot Scottdalo. Abont fifty-eight gueats were preaont. Cards were enjoyed during the evening. A dainty lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs, Loomis were piesented with many beautiful gtftR. Mrs. Loo7nis will -be remembered as Hiss Qula Helonc Kvans, daughter oE Mr. and Mrs. EUs- worth ISvnna of South Arch street. Guests from Connellsvlllo were Mr. cui/rujii; CLUB QBSKBVKS BROWNING DAY INDIGESTION GOES-QUHXLY, PLEASANTLY When you 1 begin to suffer from heartburn, gas or indigestion, it's usually tlto fault of too much acid in your stomach. The boat way--the rjulrkost way--to stop your trouble IB Known iis Browning Day, tho 8oml-L vlt]l phini0 s Milk oC Magnesia. A monthly .-meeting of 'he Woman's 1 8pDon£u i j n wa tor nentralizoB ihany Oulture-Club Mon,dy afiornoon in the times lts volume in stomach acidfi -club rooms -at the 1 - f arnegte and does it instantly. The symptoma U89 cnu j 0 methods . Library waa one of __Mie mo?t Interest- , a i s a p p e a r in fl vo minutes. ing of the club season j Mrs. Mux j . Ypu wJI1 ^^^ U89 cnu Rackoft was leadW of the projpani, [ whon you kaoiv Phillips Milk of Mag- whlch dealt with the lives- and works ; nosia . _^nd you will never allow your- of Elizabeth liarfett Urbwning . and aolf to K u f f e r fl . OTO OV er-acld!ty again. Robert Browning, the Wnsliali pocU. . lt lg the e f f t n t j a r a anti-acid with doc- lOach mpmbcr^responded. to the _roll , lon] and | UIS b(JOn for QYOl . n f t y years. call with a quotation f i om tho worlcw | your d r u g slore n a a phmipjj Milk of. of tho Brownings. MiSh Harriet Clark j Magneala, In generous 25c and 50c prepared and read an ( tcollont paper i, oU | e8 . F U H tllrectioua for Ha many on the life and works of Mr. Browning. Mrs. A. I. Daniel' ; biography of Elizabeth Barrett Browning was equally as interesting. Sonnets from "The Portuguese," by Mrs. Browning, were gtvon by Mra. W. B. Keller and Mrs. W. K. LamiMo. 'iThe Star," by Mr. Browning, pro- oared by Mrs.' Olga Bi own, was read l)y Mrs. W. K. Allen, Mis. Haclcoff road "A Woman's Last Word," by Mrs. Browning, prppared by Mrs. B, TJ.I Berg. , A most attracuive musical prog-ram was arranged by Mr ·.. Kaokoff and Mrs. Peter H. WeinuM . It consisted ot vocal solos, by Mr s. Louis Shrul- low, actompanlod bv Mi.sa Pearl Keck; a violin solo, liy MSsa Devora Simon, v.'ilh Miss KecK as the accompanist, and a piano solo, by Miss Angela Boslet. All th s numbers were delightfully rendered and wero well re-calved by tho club women. - A brief, business Bi-ssloii, presided over by the president, Mrs. Charles A program on the next meet- was held. "Art" will be given a i ing Monday aiternoun, February 3. 11HOUA DUTsX V. C. T. V. MEETS WITH Mils. B U K K K T Mrs. C. L. BurKpy entertained tho Rhoda Dunn W. C. T. U. Monduy night at her homo at Trott' r. Tlic meolltig and Mrs. Lyle L. Buttermore and chil- ! opened with a tempo! .ince rally bong dren, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Buttermore, P vhloh was rell( 5 ero tl at the- county Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Keck, Mr. and Mrb. f i n s H t u t o and victory 'nm-h last Fi iday iti Unlontown. The Scripture lesson was part of the llith chapter of Matthew. This was foil iwiHl by a eilont praver, asking gtitda ice in tho peace Offering couiereuce i i London. The rejvuUr bus. uesj, v,as I h e n rb"sTl 6 : KEJ TO JAX. 27 taken up. There w 11 be an all-day On account of the death of Miss 'inlltlns Friday of t h i s weolc In tho Mary A. Kelly, a charter member and home of Miss Pho. be D u n n , Houth ,T.,,,ii nf ii,o f A ~ i i t n r moor.hie- of Ooiirt . ITospect street. Pinna woto mado for Kllsworth Evaus, Mr. and Mrs. E- C. j-roomlfi and Mic'rt Madel JjOomla. Other guests were from BrUl-geville, C?rewisbnrg and Plltsburg. C. 1». Ob' A. uaos in every package. Insist on the genuine. A Jess perfect product may not act tho same. "Milk of Magnesia" has been the U. S. Registered trade mark ot the Ohas. H. Phillips Chemical Co., and its predecessors Char. H. Phillips, since Advertisement. SCOTTDALE K. OF C. DASCE JAN. 20 AT COUNTRY CLUB Scottdalc Council, Knights of Columbus, will hold its annual dance Wednesday night, January 29, at tho Pleasant Valley Country Club. The tomnritter s.ppotnted consists of J. Regis Byrno, Leo H. Koegan, Edward O'Hara, Frank Doorley, Louis Turk, Owen King and Michael AVUlla n». Tho hours are from 8 to 1 o'clock. Patron.j and patronesses are Mr. and 'Mrs. E. F. Doorley, Mr. and Mrs. 1C. D. Flcnerty, Mr. and Mm. K. A. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs II. B. Morrow, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mi Kouncy, Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Bates, Mr. and Mia. John S. 1/ptfler, Mr. and Mis. .F J. Ko-ogan, Dr. and Mrs V. P, Pisula, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. M.uldon, Mr. and Mrb J. K. Uyrne, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ryan "Mr. and Mrs.- J. Alox i'ahner, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Murtha, Mr. itnd Mrs. William K. Gallagher, Mr. wild Mrs. J. J. Plnnerty. Mr and Mrs. W. J. Doorloy and Mr. and Mrs H, W. KING GEORGE OPENS NAVAL CONFERENCE C o n t i n u e d -from THEB Ono. agreement one of our most power ill arms," ho concluded, "wllhoul dim n- ishlng our national security out n- ded strengthening it by our very a cst, then the Londoli Conference of 1! 30 undoubtedly will take Us place nine ng tne great landmarks Which, tall he stages and events by whtah manli nd has advanced in wisdom ami enUg it- enmont." J After his speech, MaeDoniild · 'as elected chairman of tho cumTeiu.i . The eettfug for t h e flret plenary : es- Rion of t h e «ohforenc which 5 lay prove u milestone In tho prog'resf of world poa.ce was one of dignified e m- plicity and htetorlc association. Tharo waa no Jack of reminder COLD MEANS NOTHING TO OLD "SEA DOG" ' Men of fhe sea can'I ' coddle their colds, j They catch them, ! but get rid of them 1 in a jiffy. So can y o u -- w i t h o u t any I " d o p i n g " -- w i t h a J s i m p l e c o m p o u n d [ that knocks out al! that aciiy, feverish f e e l i n g a n d t h a t watery-eyed, sore- nosed condition that makes a. person feel so miserable. Next time exposure to wet and cold has set you to sniffling, of take Papc's Cold Compound. Simple the horrore o£ war. Two great · an- little tablets, but how they kill a cold! Massed, 50 feet' 16ng-, looked on f om You're better within an hour; by night tho walla. One deplctc-d the .deat ot your cold is gone. Every druggist hai! Nelson at Trafalgar, surrounded by , pa P e aColdCompoundforJScapackagc. dying Bailors, and recall!UK one of the world's epic naval battles. The othor depicted tho moetin . of Blucher and Welllng'ton after Wi ter- loo, tin 3 ' ground strewn with dying, tvnd recalled one o£ the outstanding and batUee ot history. The delegates could hardly their eyee without envisioning the horrors of war--Noleon dying just above the King's head, while tho French worn obliged to loolt dir ictly at the scenes oE 'Vyaterlorr, ne th nigh to rocalJ Napoleon'« costly lesso:. It wae u golden scone for the g Idcn hopee of peace which were oxpr seed by the delegates. The King f poke from a golden throne tanopler hy myriads of golden lights playing from gold nlHnro towering to the roof, which Itself was inlaid with old gold. Tho ta teamen of fhe powers occ ipied purple chairs ol tho Honeo of lords ornamented with ^oldon crownr und create. Tho remainder ot the room waa filled with golden rhalca and red Iwithor wall benches, every seat being taken hy tho 500 lortnnoto wpec ators who were chositn from among 10,000 applicants. Because of tho v/orld 1utfTtv?t n tho ceremony, t h e government fornot c tradition and adt«It(Xxi jihotopra ihpre, which nerehf-IUted Itt blindinr arc lamps, with thn light wlroa an the loud Bpe.iker wlrtM, Tr'anpui.u plut- ter, appeared very thoughtCul. Andre Tardiou, the French premier, displayed no ernotiott whatsoever. Secretary Stimscn was attentive, but United States Ambassador Charles G. DeweB, ateolwiio had entered after the King's tniiitec, the regular meeting o£ Court Anrunciata. Catholic Danphtors ot sa «cr kraut suppt r to be held the Amorica, lias been postponed from Mat _ u ; r P' 111 ,,, of , K f b r ;ary. Tho next jay servod ?ht. There , Thursday night of this week to Mon- . meeting will bo hoM in the homo day night, January 27, In the social .MTM. J. K Eugle on tho thiul Mond hall of the Immaculate Conception, 1 " 1'ebruo.ry. Mis. Bui key serv hall of Church. . , All members are requested to ai- j w a s , H I ^ od , altenda-ice tend the funer.vl service for MibS j Kelly Wednesday morning at ft o'clock in the Immaculate Conception Church. lunch at the meetiiif last nif Two were included. PLANS FOIt .SUPPKK Friendship Tenipio No. 25, Pythiali (H-'FH'KRh 'AltK f M'ALLI'l) «Y (.'EH.HO ItrM'.r'H'IAI, r.MOX Fitly persons .it' nded the G e r m a n Beneficial Union c;i -U party last evo- . ,. ... . ulng in Odd Fellow TI inple. OflU-ors Sisters, met hut night in Knights of j \\ere- installed l fore the party. Pythias Hall, at which time plans They are aa f o i o w s : President, were cornptetei for a chicken and George Kacharias; \ ice-president, Mrs. biscuit supper to be hold the latter j M a r y Shorring; trt-usurer, K. K. Hut- part of January. The A. B. 0. Club will meet Friday evening, January 24, in the home oi Mrs. Ida Armstrong, 108 North Third Btroet, Wast Side. Will Attend Installation KxtreKes. Mrs. F/dua iVcOlvue will go to Pittsburg this o\«ii.mg to attend a meeting ot tho Ladies' Auxiliary to tho Voter ana of Fotelga W«ir» of that city, Installation of oflicers will feature tho incetiug. .\Irrf McClure is. past jrebl- (!*i!t of tho Ux al auxiliary. M, K, Ktcnts. 'J'hc' N. C. IX Olabs will meot tonight ,u 7:30 o'clock In the chinch. Tho rommltteo t-onslsta of Mrs. II F. Tomkins, Mrs,. B. S. Swartzwelder, Mrs. J. B. £,!ouaker and Mi"«- A. O. Travis. The Siiiida school class taught, by Miss K.ithryii Francis will meet Thursday night in tho church. W. «. Class l'residcn(. A mooting of the Men's Bible Class and Brotherhood ot* Trinity Lutheran Church was held last e v e n i n g at the home of the pastor, Kov. IJr. VV. II. Hetrick la Patterson avenue. Tile following oilli ers were elected: "W. B. Keller, president; J. L. Shircy, vice- president; Paul Brlcknmn, secreUiry; Kihsainl B.u-i , trearfurei. Plans weru l o r t n u l n f o d t ) vis-It church memhei-H to h t i m u l u t i - church and Sunday school attendance. Luncheon was -.crvcd by Dt, and Mis. Ilctrjck. , for Youugor Soi. Klua Kulli witertuliWHl termore; secretary, Mis. Ko^o Dlaolc- b u r n ; recording "·c-rclary, t'havk-s Dun.ston; santin«l, M i s Fieda IteUi- wiborg; inside ECU u-'i, Mrs. l^orotta l^niibton, outside :uarJ, Mlsv Clirlt,- tlna Donnelly; t i n - '·*«, Mrs. JClla M i l - ler, Charles Dun^to i and M:s. Ilcniy. Winners of pi Is s nt cards won 1 -. MiBH Rok-f .Stwndl, /. W. Mnlhorn. 'Wn* door prixf was \vo i by Henry Hilseti Idinch wa:» servi d b a commUt«o Walter Clabaugh iiirnishod music, Tile Wom.ui's M j - s H i o n a r y Society of Trinity Reformed Chinch will meet Wednesday night it K o'clock in tho M i r y Rhodes, 10£i home of Trader avenue. Wfll Plan ror SUIUMT. The Forward C'usi of tliu fJrewi- ·wood Me-thodisl K|lbc»pcil C h u r c h M i l l meot tonight at tin home ot Mrs. C. II. Williams, South K i g h t h .street, Oreeu- wood. Plans wi!' bo mude tor n (thicken supper. O H W U J il {'lass. The Onward Ckibb of tho Fust Methodist ICplboop,il Church will meet tonight ut the hi .me of Mis, James Peigh, South PltMmrg stieot. BE.XKFJ'r BIU»GE PARTY 1IKLD AT LElSEJiRING '). 1 The third of a serlos of bwiolU card partlOM, tho proceods to lx for Sf Vin- cont do Paul's Catholic Church of ixil.M;nr UK No. 1, was h?ld lnht In tho Trick a u d i t o r i u m at .V-o. 1. Prizes wore awarded to tho following: High bridge. Brtdgi-e Onllngher and J. II. White; second, f,\r.s. J \V. Roi.s- wson ai\l lr E. V. KUzgora'.d ot Otm- nollsvlilo. Five hundrexl pri/,oi, lirs'.. Vornon Wis-f* of ("onnollsvllle, hOeon-t, diaries HaKKOrty of lxlbolirint;; I l i l i d , M r . C. R. Mki:«r; fourth, ISlsio Svu.rry £ Lol^Miilng; tifth Mr.s P. 0 Pjiuhai-d of Kco'Uliilo; .^Sxth, l«\rry M* v pan tt Leiseu-inK, sevoiith, Ralph Younkin , and eighth, Carl Besounu', both of Conri-ellsVllIo. Dingo, flrot, Mrs, O-oorg^ JSubwX, bccond, William Ada.mi; third. Thomas Wi liner; fourth, M r a ' Patrick ttoiJIy, (It'th, Mih» Kllon KvlHy. fiixlh, Miss Aitno Boylo. MJ-S James Burns of Trotter won tho door prl70, Tho f o u r t h of tho swlc-i* will IK'.* held ftc-nday nljrht, J a n u a i y 27. Pulmor-Joscph. News has been received nt Uawson of tlu 1 1 marriage in Pittsburg rr-pontly of Mi.'-s Tholma Milmor of U'vtt Newton and Max Joncph of Dnwsoi! Tho brldo baa many frlonds In the J)n\vBou area, whilo the groom Is a PlttHburg Lalce Erie flagman working' out of Dk-ke-son Run. Mil* on Dahl a n d ^ C a t h e r i n o both if Smock, wero licensed to wod at Cumberland. Tilborty Woman Mrs. Roy Herbert wil! entertain tho Kast Liberty Kartc-ywork I'ltilj Thuis- day riight In the home ot her mother, Mrs. Peter Miller of Liberty. «. I. A. Will Meet. O I. A, to n. of L. K. will meet Wednesday afternoon at ii o'clock lu Odd (''el lows Templu. M u r g u e i l t e Dlckei holf, daughter of Mr. and Mrb. J. It. Di kern off of Kcottdalo, n i n e Tl' u ceremony w.is bolctunlzed J u l y G, members of the younger bet at h'er l yM . ' lt tJ'f patvonago of the United home at UU. Kiwt Fairviuw avenue Bi't'tiircu Chureli ut Winchester, Vn. ,us,t evening DanciiiK and live nun- Kov. George \V. t tover ortlelated. .Mi«. ilred wero tho amusements ot the cvi- H a r d e n wd.s grad'iatetl from the Scott- Dlckorlififf-Hunleii. Mr. and Met,. David Itaulen of Whistle t'ark announce- the marrlago churoh. Tho bublnesB n'ttblon was of their son, W a l t -r 1). Itdrden, to M!t,s preceded by a G o'clock dinner in Lho T, J. Uoopor (Ild'fs .Hoots. Tho T. J. lloopor Bible Class of Hit- First Prosbyterlnn C h u r c h hold HH mcetinK last nfeht In Uio social room. ITCHING ENDS WHEN ZEMO TOUCHES SKIN fornis 'd in tho · rnern, I/!on loud h a l f - h i d i n g : royal portrait* thoi ·, Al- hc-rt, consort of Qui'en Victoria , who also looked on from f.h oaken n-.ills, « a i a!mo?!t hidden Ai I:ero1( bronxe i!atno oi' Hh - ha' - d tho. h*Hirlel hold f h c wire of a ppe-nkor, while- acio~,s from it i of Cincon A n n hold l i e wlro af an arc lamp. Ortf microphone waa h^for/i each two thii!r« ot tl i do'tjtatiHj Thu tnicrophonor boforp the K l n K . who httKii! on u Turkifch rur iro he spoke, Was o? bllvor and jrol . .ititl . used for I l l s Mn A s t y w ion hf U it. (i.irtkularly ( tttxi to t h p 1 t( h of hi« K)ic*. '! hi.H \ iu thi jiinUi t i m e he lic,s used I t . A rc-rord of c.ic'h orraslon i wij;i"! vv| n it The King 1 Mitortd tho c h a t b^r at 11-06 A. M , c-i co -tfi hy Vaclki \all on hl.-i left and Lor-l Ijc-wiiih.im, t m lord Ki-cat charahcrlaln, on I.Ih r i R h They w a l k e d «!ow! down tins '·!)!·· of tlw rouiii, the K i n g hnwinc to ri ht nnl l e f t apeoch, whif"perel into ear at in- lorvals. lleljlro Wakatsnkl, the chief Japanofio delegate, sat stolid. Tho absence oE formal uniforms and Htato dress gavo tho conference a strictly buslnose-Hko atmosphere. Grand I wna Immaculate, elthough not tho best dreBBed man aronnd tho table. He woro light grey, baggy trousers, which were not striped, an le the custom with morning dress. The first stenographers to arrive certairlly were no fashion plates. They wore grey -sweaters agalsist tho cold and chill. Tho weather, which had been eunny and ausplcioufl for the liwt few daye, gave way to a thtok tog, which lay over the city at dawn. Traffic was jammed all over tho city anil the bus«e« merely crawled, while tew taxis wero available. The mm strove valiantly to pierce the log and it lifted in some sections, but elitl penetratc-d. the conference room. Tho atmosphere in the galicry wa« chilly, becnn«e of Inadequate heating arrangements. MacDonah! apolto for 17 minutes. Sttmnon propoeed him a» chairman of fhe conference, and Tardieu fieconded tho motion, which waa p«sjxl at once. Nearly 700 persons were In the gallery, Including members of the diplomatic corpti and of the Drltleh Cabinet, David Lloyd George, Stanley Baldwin, u majority of the mombr-r« of the late coiw-ormth'o cabinet; leaders of the Liberal Party, thn Archbishop of Canterbury, 1-ord Dawsdn of Penn, the foreign minleters of Argentina, Braatl, Chile, Oermnny, Rollvia, Pern and Mexico. Tho ronforenre adjourned n.t 1.18 P M u n t i l Thursday Tho next formal frosi'don will be held In the' conCi'rtn^e rfom of St Jam" 1 ! Palaoo Tomorrow «AU bt "tMnt in ·(.·oirfc-rcnccHa among the doU^atf-s. Tlic KHIK d refined in e Prince \ l b c i i , vvltls wldoly Htrlpod 1 ousora, ,'in «dlnary turntxi lo*n coll .r, w i t h likidv ^ilk tin niid diamond p n. Acc o i d f r u ; lo hit* o l d - i f m o oust ni, tho on the HoVDlHl phi no oeloctlone wero ·omlercd by Henry Hulll. At a lute hour l u n c h nan served bv tho iiout i u n u «A8 h o i v u i uj ino -- t h j u M . i n d i say. It's w o n d e r f u l (ho u a y boothin^. .'oollnjf Xcmo brings tci b k i " ^li'«' I t c h i s ana bunij- , '" ma ^ B ° v e r e C " S ' IB ' ltc ^ 1 "« c ii s a ppears almost aa suon n« Kotnu r e l l ( t 1:VH " Sclio' 1 with Uio clad« of iy_7. Mr. Harden ie a well-known sportsman of tnte vicinity. The couple A very enjoj able time Wdb had hy ttll. J° l1 i' 01 ' a belati d lion e-y moon to bo i t o u c h e s the ic'nlcr and lullanieci n u r / i spent in Florida and other points o f , t a c e - To dr»"iv "ut local i n f e r t i o i i and .lliirhicysbarer ConpJe Honored. Interest In the South. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Kenrer "£ Mark- j -"\ r . of F. \V. Auxiliary. Tho Ladien' A i x i l i a r y to WaVter IS H r o w u Potit. V ' t e i a i i b of Porolgn Th'iiaday nlfcht lit 1 lul) looms, Nui th \\'iio guests of honor lust iratim!i n U h t w h e n a number o£ hi'lr nt'ig)ilor» i\nd. friends gathered in t h e i r b o i r o tor A Hocia 1 cveniiis and p . i i t v Tho iUtan was a u o m p ' e i o ·,ur- pri-.t to Mi and M t ^ . Kearor. CKniH'H ··.sinu tli" i uiuement ol the evening, alter w h i c h lunch v,ab b«'i'\ e-'t \ \ a i s , N v i l l tuuc 7 - 3 u o'clock in t l J ^ t t d h u r g .stieet. our e t a iillinl Face Covered "Ilv trouhl' 1 begai\ when i was about srcfeen ve.n's ild My lace waa covt red with Dimples and blackheads 1 he pimpltM were ver naid arid the ttchmg was so bad that I used to scntch until thov would bleeJ Sometimes ' had to fS^t up in thts m^lu o v account of Iho i r r i t \tion 'i re^rl an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and C mtnwnt at d sent lor i tree sanvpte 1 purchased more, and alter in nj throe or tour cak«'v ot Cuttctira So«p and about the same of On mem 1 wa^ i om- rilb't ly healed ' (Signed i los«oh Marka. l'M£ t'unn A- e , I'ltt^bunth. I'd Ointment 1'5 .tnd Me T«ilcum ZSC 'Ciitnurn Ijtborfctortea, Dept. t{. SiU eve ivuiie ttll«a, Maw." e.n h f l u e help to clear a w a y u n b l g - h U y blom- l8h«s, we k n o w of r i o t h l n t ? b e t t e r t h a n I n v l B l b J a Zemo Always keep t h i s f a m l l j a i H I s e p t i i o n , h a n d Tso i t C i c o - ly. It's sale at- can bq. 8o', (10c a'ml Si.I/O. All (lentil s.--Aflv'TtlsemPtit. Snpper. The- K Dunn Cla^a 01 the Groen- \vo«l M B. B S. ^ s ^ i l give a .spaghetti d u p p e r nt the former Colonial Restaurant xVorth P l t t b b u r g street, Thursday e v e n i n g , J a n u a r y 23, at «:30, ut which .Mu'ot J o h n K. Qlfiko will toll of t)n of tho efforts to dam !ho A good u u p p o i and Interest- lug «1do llghiH on the most allvo topic ot ho day Cor ConnellsvillQ for 7Tic pur dinner.--Advorttsoniont.-- 20j,ut-2t. King'a t r o u p p r n wero ct side-' Instead of in !r«!it. The King .ipportn*l Uicin bnfori' }n«j illn^n, litit 1 1 o.\cel- Ir-jif health ainl bronze J. I;p j ,lv!inccd p)o\\!y to I he di.i 1 * whli h stood In front of tho throne, extracted [Us rlmlwn glasseB from 1\U cuvt ntui H tried to i ad ills 'spc»i/h Irom a Uu g double tooiKcap (ilicet hoariiiK (h royal creet. The delegate i llctcnod at cntively and respectfully. The «c.-jnn r ^etnbkd a combination broid tu-tliu; ind motion picture H t n d i o . iMiott ?rapliers from a high pltitform fociiHud cameras on the small area ocrupltx by tho dolegutou, upon whom iipeci. I powet- ful loctric lights banned d wit. The entire asdoml'Umo · tood in H l l o n c o u n t i l the KlugV, i c a l l n g was completed. The K i n ^ I h e n lowed to Ixirtl f i e w i b h a m ami JiCtitei liinihelf on the edge of his throne. Everyoio else then \s as )UMt«l din ing the French translation of iiie i yil ad- drcie. No oao IVM pe;'; llted to emerge from the- g n l l r r y i nlil tho speech and t i i i n s l a t i o n » 'ro 1011- cludcd. The King tttiififd repeatwll with his m.ktie d u r i n g tiie lran#lati n, recalling a similar h.ibit ol' tlie Princo ot Wfilcb in constantly uiijustl g his tie. AL the conclusion oC the; I aiiBlnlion, Ixird Ijewlshiim oh(ort«l ho itmg ! down the center aialo- again Before departing, Hi-. Muj tty posed hriolly for photographeits i i front of the throne. The K i n g leC at 11:1!) i A. M , whereupon f o u r tttenclante seized the throne by the lef i and carried 1L from tho room. The gap at the center ot the table w a s f, os«l and -MaeUomdd aiw e Standing in l i o n t ^if tli lnimeiito p a i n t i n g ol the deaih of MI Ison, Mae- Donald opened t h e diseiw.li n of arma- inent'i ol the IP ir, upon \\ 1 icli Britain hiii" m a d e h i s t o r y for c e n t i IPB The pi line minister'], t h i c k Scoi f s h acoont "\s as not helped bj its f in(inlBsion tliiMiigh (he a m p l i f i e r s , in he gallery. Heveral experts ot one. d r l ^.ition who p o r h a p f l dirt u-ot uiid^rs/.i d Knglish, w e n ( to w l n ' p w h i l e Ili-e j) omicr wae eniphafil/liig the i m p o d a i t c oi dis- Many Attend Funeral ' Of Louis Firestone The funeral service tor Louie Fire- Btono, a#ed BulHldn townah'p resident, waa hold Monday afternoon with many relatives and frlondfi atlending. Them was a brief sserrtco at Uio home, follo-ived by a f u l l Bervico at 2 o'clock at th-p HIcli HI!! Ohurch. Her. Olsarlea Uarlottu ofllciated. Pallbearers woro i?randBoii8. They werf David, Norman, J o h n and L«r ( iy Klrestono. Interment WHH In lUch Hill Comotory. CHfCHESTERS w# ^-~^ THE »IAMO,M KBANIX. .S2t*"S T.« J I «* I Ajk J o « r lr»«!'-«'W jiTKO-m «W-«ko».tnr«»li '*· ^piWQiS^. r i l l « la H«4 lad ! »IAMO,M KBANIX. A 11 Ajk jo«r lr»«j;l-«'W A\ o«.ti-1 Ilimi»* Ormml/J\\ a ttorf lad ilti/d »cl,nIl|-,\V/ »*ltd -lib !)lii« RlhlK.n. \/ oo otlw. Su r "?J[.wt, V j D4ftC«, »Ml*d vrttb «k« no BIG DANCE .Musicians' Fifth Annual Muni] Gran Thursday, January 23 At Newly Komodfllcd (,'ALLATJW G ABBESS Hours r 8:80 to 1:00 Continuous dancing', featiiriug Six J3Jg Orchestras. The OrcliosiLnis Arc: Georgo Silver's Club Kentucky Al Bumgarnei and Ills Original Adolphians. i j ftlo'a Pcnnsylvantans. John Jan Garriot and His Fivo Pennies. Frank Howcra' Music, MaBters. i/o\iis Raloruo and His Victory Six. ttulloons, CvnfcUl, Strcttmors nnd Serpentines. Admission: Gents $1.00; Ladles 50c l-'roin V n i K l c r b i i l . M i s Juhti K l d n c i of H t i n i r i e l H i l l , I'llt.sbui g, i t ' L u r n o d l i u i n u a l t f i hixjiul- liu Hit' weuU-t-nd w i t h hoi' p a r e n t s , Mi and M i x Ilalph (1oi of Vandiu 1 - b i l ' our claaaifiod advertlsemoula. 1)1 no C f i a n d l , T t a . i i a foi lgri mini/3- far (to NEW YORK and \ PHILADELPHIA to BALTIMORE and return SATURDAY January 25 From ConnellsTilie Train will leavo at 7st P. 3SL )J»laiia Connnlt Clip and save* Read how to make this certificate worth t Vr«bent coupons white china ha« JL a lovely pattern of TOM* and forgct-me-now in natural color* -with leans of delicate grecru Edge* «re lined with gold. To get thl« lovely cKina ·«{ ^uvt ««k ronr (roccr for OtMon M CTfrp dm« you bur Iftttadrt ftotp, ·oap powder, ·cotuitiA cl«cnt«r r toilet «oap for th* buih, floaitajr coap far the b»th, Bad chl* nw your wuher. Tb«a »«v th* cou- font TCU en. Soon you'll hutu enough to get d)l prtmlum. Uvducctnont, iff j i special certificate t coupon* wKen pr«»entod In accord the ruin printed in me certificate. Rend diem omooi samm Present conpons t) agent below on or before April 30, 1880. CHTUTS HARDWARE STORE 80,1 North PJttsbnra; Sir-ret, ConncllsTillo . .. plas $1 down--that^B the first paymentl This wonderful iron is plated with non-tarnishing chromium. Its Patented Thumb Rest relieves aS strain on back, wrist, arm and shoulder. Patented Hinged Phig trebles cord life. Convenient Heel Rest saves time and effort. Offer TIME-LEMO- TED--come in today. Ki, K C Y R I C S 89 © P S When letters don't coine from the foHtB back home . . . Telephone and find oul that all is w;il. ^s a pi'eberlptlon lor Colds, Grippe, 1 lu, Dt'iigue, Bilious Fever and Malurin. It Is Uio most speed; remedy Company A d j u s t o j c of «jid Stale Tuxes and Auditors Hir,-20 park UuH I'iftslmrgh, I'd. Patroxinze Those Who Advertise in Th© Courier,

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