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FAG.K TBN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLE VIKLE, PA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, UK30. /y?y £ rfe 7 7 « · n » ^\ /· iwrir · /»- TSw Bulletin Board Of Thrift Announce ments Death;. A N T H O N Y AD1NOTJF. A r i t l i o n y A d i n o l f , 31 ears ull, a well- k n o w n f u n tractor o f [Jnlontcnvn, r i l e d Monday at 1 ) K licnn** f i t t e r .'in i H n e s s uf IS m o n t h s . H'e hml i o n » l r n u t o i l m a n y of L'jiUmtfMvn's i ' U i l l l n f ? ? . i n c l u d i n g m o r e U i a i t 10() hojn'5J, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION jill ads. arc restricted to their proper ciasBl/lcation and to the regular stylo of typo, ThB publishers resBrve tho rlgfht to edit or reject any classified advertising copy. Errors In ;idvert]semont« should be reported I m m a d lately. The Courier will not bo resnonslblo for more than ono Incorrect Insertion. Charged a(is. for renponslblc parties will lio recolvoi by t e l e p h o n e , ami, If paid w i t h i n six Jays, cash rates will bo allowed, A d v e r U H l n k ordered Cor Irregular Ins e r t i o n s Uikes tho ono time rate. No nd. Is taKen tor loss than a basis of t h r e e linos. Count the average words to t ) i c line. An a v e r a g e wurd c o n t a i n s six letters. Ads. ordered for t h r e e or six times and slopped b e f o r e expiration will bo churped for o n l y tho n u m t i e r of tlme-s tho ad. appuared, and a d j u s t m e n t mado at tho rate earned. Special rate;, for yearly advertising, upon request. CLASSIFIED ADVKUTISiNG RATES. D a l l y r a t e per lino for consecutive I n s e r t i o n s . Ctmrga Cash Ono Tim 3 10 00 T h r e e T i m e s os 07 Six Times 07 .00 WI1EX AND WHBR1S TO FUA.CE YOUR ADS Tho C l a s s i f i e d A d v e r t i s i n g Depart- merit is s i t u a t e d at Courier Place. Thla odluc is open to receive a d v e r - t i s e m e n t s f r o m s-".t' A. M. to -.00 V. M. daily. All ads rescued up u n t i l 11:00 A. M. w i l l apostar in e d i t i o n s tho sainn day. rhuiip Your Clu»»lll«'l All, Nt. IS, 11! or *ll)0. The Ad Taker w i l l f l u d l y assist yt-u. -,r d i - s l r c d , in t:mt t l i o cop) /or y o u r £.d. !» p t - f p u r o d in such a m a n n e r us to lu'lns t h e gi-jaU-at r e s u l t s lor you. CLYDE KI'.PNER. i T)o funeral service of Cloyd McCul- Icugrh Kcpner, brotbc,- of Charlea T. Kepner, president of the Fa ye t i e Baiting C o m p a n y , w i l l b( h o l d Wednesday a f t e r n o o n at 3 o'clock In the home if T.'B. Morcland F u u o n i l Company, North iliffhland a v e n n o and Illppcy street, Ptttsburg-. Burial w i l l bo private. Mr. K c p n e r was a son ot the late Franklin I", and niizibeth Kepner. ' Classification Index T.ic t n U i v l . H n i l H ' l N c i t i i ' o m e n l a u n d e r ;!ic f i l l y w » n s --la--s.l Heat ton art, ur- t a n g e d In AUI'llAUUTlCAL o i U u i - f o r i t u i c i : vefLt'e.ice. A N N Ul! N CKHli.Vl'S -1 -- Ueatlu, J -- Cards of T h a n k s ;;~~I:i .Mo.uuriam .( -- i-'iowe '^ mid M u y n i m s Uuoda ,-, -- I'M net- .il i J l r u e t o r s 0 -- M o i i u i a u n t s , iinil Cemetery Lots 7- --I'eraoimls «, -- Uelljji His ctud Social Kventa '.(---Societies, and Lucius 10 -- Str.tjvd, Loal, i-'ouiui A b'TO.M 0'l'l V K -A -- A u t o m o b i l e A g e n c i e s 11 -- A u t u i . i u b l k i I » i - Saie 12-- -Aulo T r u i ' k b . T i r t c . o r » . Trailers i y -- A u t u A u c t - y - o r i c b . T i t e a , 1'urta J 1 -- U a n i ' j f s -- A u i n u in- litre, Ta.vi 10 -- M u l u ·« j c l o s u n U iilcycles 10-- t«.-ia.,-ins-- Service fctatlons 17 -- \ V a n - dl -- A u t o m o t i v e IIL'SINKSS »E»\ ICK -H, -- BuMM.i-1 S y r v l L - e U K c i ed Ih-a. -- \ V I , i iv t o L n n u Ks-b-.r,a -bcnni;, U e a u t y 1'arlors t S-t -- 111 . r c l l u i n " ' u a IK -i:ui!':iiia a n d ( J u n t r u c t i n g ·jy -- C|..M ini a ; I'.VLMnji, K u n o v a l l n s J L -- L ' n . ' j u i u k i ( i i , and i l i ' M n t r y _U -- -H( a 1 nig. t ' l u i n l j i n r i . KuoJlnsr 1:1; - I l u l l , ,11111- ,i:ui rfunU UouJs MRS. HELEN P. MAGIK. Sirs. Helen FeKB Mag-ie, -n-ldow of John Majfle, a f o r m r r r e s i d e n t of Util o n t o w n , died Mond iy In ITamlnirfr .Sanitarium at H e a d i n g following a prolonged illneas. Cards ot Thanks PARSHALT^--Tho fiunlly of the lato Jlrs. Ijouiso B u t t e r m o r e Farshall wish to thank t h e i r f r i e n d s for tho kind sympathy they extended during their recent b e r e a v e m e n t . Flowers and Mourning Goods WEDDING BOUQUETS--And f u n e r a l designs at reasonable prices. Alpha Floral Company, Florl'Bts, 105 West Crawford avenue. Phone 1155. Strayed, Lost, Found L.OST--Out of a .Jollvory truck, d o u b l e b l a n k e t . .Finder leave, Courier Office, receive reward. ' 10 a at STOL.BN--Prom Hlllcrest, Ford Coupe, license No. AP30S, cngrlno No, 1170073, Mfg-. No. A2T1210H. Call 11.10-W, Hov. H. R. I'lctclier. STOLEN--Friday n i g h t at ,7:80. 102.1 Stuiiebaksr T o u r i n g . Tjicenao n u m b e r 2,'Ul-A-U; engine ' l u m b e r 't-liloS; i n a n u - f a c t u r t r ' s n u m b r 3Ot36tt'JI. M o t i f y C o n n o l l s v l l l o I'o leu or (J. Polo, o50 N o r t h Arch strot t. Automotive Anionioblles For Sale 21 A PINE CAR--Mi de finer. A Buick si^en jmrfsentjoi. vvltn six brand now tires. (Jasy m o a t h l y payments, Coun u l l s s ' i l l o iMotoi Co., li, C r a w f o r d a v u n u e . Phone 541. A N Y AIAKtl OH" MODEJL^Ot used car » i l l be f u u n d h i re. Aro priced tu t l l . U o t i n u I U v l l l c - O M t n u l . i l l G Co., 117 luiiht Applo street. 1'hono 67-1. NOT 13 THIS PRli't;--A S t u d e b a k e r Sedan for o n l y ?J'H, J n very good con- d i t i o n . W i l l 8:11 through our Basy P a y m e n t Plan. C o n f e l l s v U l e Motor Co., K. C r a \ v f o : U avonuo. Phone 641. STOP A T -- K \ a n , .Motor Service, West C r a w f u r d aven IB, w h e n you arc looking for a good used u.ir. .Low prlooa. Pnone 1U4. N E W GVR BAIIGAINS. HAS'K N K Y 1 n BEEN T U V V N ;-KlAX -- W i l l tle.'lver to j o u tar $7',/5. A suviiiys of $11)0. ESSl'.X COACH --Sold at 587.00; now rfcc u u f d to $7';. A savinsfs of $170. Take d.dva.uiii ;e of t h o ^ u yliura, n u w l W l i U T H K i M l R MOTOR COMPANV WJ£t5T CiiA\Vl''»ltD A V K . PHONE 1U6. M -- I ' a l i t u i K , iMi't'ln;;, I't-c jnutiii i!7-- IT.inin;^, i ' . i i R i . i v i n j f , U u i d i n y ·Jh-~]'r ( il csiional HCT\ lues ::i.'--Ki [: t i i - i i i y .Jin! l l e l H i i a l i l n s l.'.P.,l -A A i l S l l g , , . l l l t l 1 ' i ' i l O l i t C l " ;.u - ' l a l l o u n s ami T r e e i n g ;;j--SVa iU-U -- t l u o i n c a s him s i c e :·.:; - l i l j W a i t e d - - M a l e ,U - l U l p - - M a l t aud {'· m a l e M- rilliiii(l'i!.-J \ \ M i i t e d -- K o m a l e ".!- M l i . L t l u i i h W a n t e d -- - M a i o V I -N A M ' I \ 1.-- ;;·· - U i ; i i u h s i i i ' . » . t u t u t i c s v !( - I t n ( -ilini nl.-., Stocks, Uoiuls ID--.Mo.icy tu Loan, AIortsatB ·10-ii---1'u truly Li.aits H -- W a n t e d -- T u U u r i o w i A . S T K t C ' l ' J O A -- ·1- C ) . I I ' S p O t t ' k ' t K O C U U I ' 3 0 3 ·111--lir.lruution Classes kl---Musical, Uunulnt;, Uramatie 1C -- 1 ' i i v u . t c l u s t i u e u o n ·It- i--t'l iv.Ue I n s t r u c t i o n -- M u s i c ·H.--\V m t t d Uiati a c t i o n 1,1% 1-JS'i'OCK .17--lxya, Cata, Other Pets ·IS--1I irscu, C u t t l e , O t h e r Stock ·ill--Poultry, KSKS and Supplies r,0--^A\ a i i K - d -- I j i v u s t y c k , M K I l f l J . \ M M h K -51--Article.-. Tor Hiilo SI-a-- -Darter and Ci'J--Hu.vts a n d / c ;;--liiuldltig-a. B u i l d i n g Material. Tit---iJiiMiDoi-.i itncl Olllcs K q u l p m o n t ;3--1-d.riti a n d Dairy 1'roducts ;i,'i-i~-Kariti uU--1« ui'l, l-'oud, 57--Gtiuil Thing. 1 ) lo l^at rS--Homemade Things 50--Household Uuods lo--Jewelry. Watches, Dla-monds til--Machiimry and Tools t»----.MualcaJ Mt:» e U a u d l a o UL'-.t- --U,idlu U i | u l i j n i u n t (jj--Seeds, I-'iu.us, f l u u e r s til--.Special! at the dtores 0 0 -- . N t i i i l t d -- T o B u y I ( U U ) I A .NO 11 O.I it U 0 7 -- i k u o n i o VS'lth Board tJi--U'junis, W i t h o u t Board T o -- V a c a t i o n Places 7 1 -- \ V l m r o to Kat 7 ' J -- \ V h u i u to Stop In Town V 3 -- W a n t e d -- K O O J N S ur Board IUJAL ISSTATK KUU Itli.NT-- 71--Ajmi tuic!:t! titid Klats 7o--Liu.-inoby l^lac^s for K e n t 70--I''iirms and Lands for Kent 7V Htusc.s for K e n t j ' S -- u i h c aud L'u:k Itoorn 7'J t-lnu-i., M u u n U i i n , Lake for K e n t ^i - y u b u r l n t i i , C o u n t r y t u f I t e n t M - - W a n t e ' l -- T o K e n t u t ; v i , K»TATI: run SAI.J;-- H-- l.rokors l:i Jii?,! t.'stuU' HE) IK 1H V'OUR C'lM'UKT J N I T V TO OWN- THAT J t o D K I . "A" li- N O \ V ! MJ- -1'araia % t'"r t u r and l ·»! - - l i D U S f a fur S.ilo .s.j--],iU-j l i » r H a l e s ' U - ^ l i o i o , M ' n i n t a l ' i , L.ilie ^- 1 · -Sul'iu'bau t'oi- Sale hi--To K.scliaiiKf -- l U a l Ks SD--W.ui ted -- Heal K.-itJUij tfC'l'CO.N -- LUCAS, -On -- - A u o t l o n o v r s . Auction ti HI -- l.t-K.U N o t i c e s -Sale Read Thei ilodel "A Model "tV Aludtil "A' Model "A" W i l d Foi. Model '"1" LET US SHO m e n t Syhtci HK.TOE1, A u t h o i - SCOTTJJALE, - e V a l u e s -- T h e n Act! Business Coupe -- $825. Standard C u u p o -- 5UOO. cj[iurt C.'cpupu -- ¥3*13. Spurt Uoai'stcr, with, U.rs-- $£i. Ford, l-ton Truck, $150. W YOU-- O u r Kasy Pay- u It's Tor y o u r benelit. 1'OUNU MOTOR CO. -lzed Ford Anonts PA. · PHONJii 470, Kejiulring--Hervico Stations 18 BX'VINO A N D SELLING I n f o r m a t i o n !( o»'«jry k i n d la c.italogued in tho C'ldif ltlcd Sectl.in f i r oasy n PHUDENT PEOPLE find p r o f l t a b l e I n f o r m a t i o n In the Classtfiod 8«otioa. ATTENTION! MR. MOTOIJJST! Kemm'c Tho Hazarda O£ " \ V l n t o r Driving." PIAY SAFE--By b r i n g i n g your ear to us, and K' t your brakes inspected. Wo w i l l B i v e you a. "true f o u r wheel brake." Whllo you wait. Our la prompt. Electric Jui.ibo G i a n t J l y d r a u l l u Tester. ".vrakes Braking A Pleasure." OFFICIAL BRAKE ADJUSTING STATION EVANS MGTOU COMPANY PHONE 77. BAST CRAWFOItiD AVE. S-P-E-C-J-A-L-S OUK LOSS YOtrn GAIN! i;SJ.D CAH CLEAN OUT Calk-Of-Tho-Town Buy Heri. And Save T!ie Difference. CARS 102!) Model "A" Tudor Sedan. 1029 J i o d e l "A" Sport Coupe. 1027 1 rtSi-x Coaort. lOiij C i c v r o l e t Coupe. 1C-J5 M o d e l "T" Ford Coupe. K'-'O h c M - o l e t Coach, !!:.'( . I ' u l o l "T" Ford Coupo. TRUCKS 1P2S Ch - v r o l n t Truck--Screen Sides IH'/ii !·' rd, Model ·"!"' 1-tou Truck. K.ihy I'iiymcntK--Trades--Terms. WK.S'l S!UM MOTOJl COMPANY 101 \V. c n w f f i r d Ave, I'houc 407 408, AL'TI I ' l i l X L ' D J-Ol.'D A O K N C V . Aytomotive AntoniobllGH I 1 'or Suto WE T A K E TRADES! "iULfll C A R TI5RMS! ON FIRST P A Y M E N T NO REASONABLE O W K R WILL IJE REFUSED I02S C h e v r o l e t Sedan, D e l i v e r e d . 1028 C h e v r o l e t C o a c l i o K (Two). 1S12S C h e v r o l e t I V j - t d i i Truck. 302S Chevrolet Cabrkik-f. Ford, T u d o r Hodan. 11'upmoljllo C'nach. C h e v r o l e t Coach. ' Chevrolet Sedan. C h r y s l e r Con.eh, J027 1027 1037 1028 CFIEVH.OLET TRUCK--- One- ton, In excellent comliUon. f l a a f o u r -- forward transmission. YOU CAN BUY -- A n y :ar on our floor, t h r o u g h our I3a.sy P a y m e n t t'lan. MASON MOTOH COM'PAKY Trades -- O p r n Sundays -- Tortns. WEST APPLE STREET. PHONE 105. FACING--Lot \is do it w i t h our "Kn-lk-Way" roa,chln-o. A trial will m a k e you a, c t i u t o m c r . Loiv rates. Earl Kosaiar'a Sliop, rear Rhodes Motor Co., -110 West C r a w f o r d Ave. Phono 20yK. Auto AccoHSorles, Tiros, Tarts 18 230 SLIGHTLY USED TJRES ALL SIZES! ALL MAKES I MUST ni3 SOLD C-IV10 AWAY PRICES FROM 51.00 Up To $10.00 Tubes', JR.tms! Batteries! T H'E HE TIRES--Aro In very good con- d^it.ou, somo of t h e m are j u s t tho siuac an r»w. Come In and look them over. H means a bi«r s a v i n g s to y o u . AI/,0, parts o£ a l l k i n d s oi any inaku of car or truck. FAYJ3TTE AUTO WRECKING CO. JacU McOrath and Jack Williams, Mgra. 700 -UcCORMICK AVBNUK. 1'HONE 88. v KeptUring--Sorvico Stations 16 GALLEY'S DUCO AND BODY Auto body, top, f e n d e r repairs. A u t h o r i z e d 2)uco Hellniaher. l j hono 1073. WE ARK THE COLD WEATilRIv DOCTOR FOR YOUR CAR WE K A V I C --- Vnt!-Froer.f- fluids, chains, oils, b a t t e r y service. In fact anything you raay neeJ to p r o t e c t y o u r car ;rom tho cold weather. STOP IN TODAY -- We'll t e n t y o u r car absolutely free. 17 y o u nood our road service, I'hono '21. u u r scrvlcs is p r o m p t . SERVICK STORE, INC. Vi . Al'l'LB BT., COR MEADOW JUANK. VllONK £1. F IT'S MHTAl^--We fan weld it. C o n n e l l s v l l l o ( n d u a t r i a l Welding- Co., 1004 VV. C r a w f o r d A\ o. P h o n o ltlba-J. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 YOUR FIJRN'ACE. MAY NEED--Repairs or I n s p e c t i o n at t h i s t i m e of year. Call A, R. Iloyer, Phono .'102. M u n s o n nud Gem 'Warm Air Furnaces, Cleaning, Dyeing, Kenovnllng 20 ANNOUNCING "TWO PRICE" CLEAN- ING--Bcouomio Cleaning- for tho t h r i f t y person and DoLuxo C l e a n i n g for the p a r t i c u l a r pBrson. Phono 180, ConriBllsvUle Clennern and Dyors. Heating, Plumblnar, floollng 28 S! FURNACES!- Hepairad and clfancd. All makes. "ifeom W h i t e It's Right." 186 South P l t t s b u r ^ St. For servico, p h o n e Oiy-JT. PLUMSEK -- Roof, c h i m n e y , guitar, sewer, water and h o a t e r work at moderate prices. P r o m p t emergency service. Cypher Son, l^o N o r t h Second street. P h o n e 1710. WILLIAM CO -- Quality p l u m b i n g a n d heatlns. K o u t h Pltfburg- stroet, Phone E40. Prompt acrvice. Insnrance nrid Surety Bonds iB8 INSURANCE--"Wo write It right." All kinds. Cook and Laughlin, Inc., Insurance, 3UU I'"lrst National Bank Bulldintf. Phone OJiU. INSURANCE--All kinds, oxceptins life. JBortha C u n n i n g h a m , Ins., Notary P u b l i c , 400 First N a t i o n a l Bank Building. P h o n e 435. ROB. 1004-Ii. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE-- We h a v o both. All Uipds o£ I n a u r u n u u , OXCKIH l l f u . Roal. c B t a L u for r e n t or imla. Sao na llrBt, our a d v l u o I:O«(.K y o u n o t l i i l i K . li'a.yultu Uoalty. Conuiany, Belloi-s Arcade. 1'hunu 1U75, 1)O YOUtltjlOLF a g-oorf t u t u o v i - r y day by U i r n l r i K to tlm C l . i o ^ i i i i d Auc- t i o n and t a k i n g u d v u n i u e - H ui h^nia ut Uvo barscni-nJi otiaruil The Thrift Habit 11 f The nrtbit of t i,rift grow^ with 1 the 1 UHC oE this pakp o£ baigain offers. To plan, ^cmr b\iyingj}|icre is so satisfactory and saves so much time and noncy, that once you try it you will rlo it re ;tflavly. Always Different--In Opportunity The A-E -C- Classified Acls Always tl.e Same--In Service Business Service Sieving, irucfclui;, Stcrj FLINT THANSKElt-- Locsil a- d distance niovlns. Lev r a t u £ Phono 554. Prompt sorvloe. ) Trucking, Stor. go 25 GLOTFELTY'S THANSFKH--1 acal and long dlatanca. Opp. Arllngt n Ilotol. 'Phone. 8W, He«id«nco 4102 lUns-22. Uopalring aud iiciiuisli iig- CABINET MAKERS--All wori guaranteed. Phono 1310 ni'i let vo y o u r ordui'. Proiupi. iervl'io,' H. « id B. Co. Tailoring und Pressli ao M K N ' S C U J T H J N O A l / i ' K H i i l and I r o u M - i H K ' n y t h c n u d , osl« ro- (ittud. I'Jz/l, t ' i t l x t n . - j lia ik Hldg-. IllC'HMAN CLOTHES---AH $2 ..30. Sold o n l y by Biinoiis i^sh a ,d Carry. Phone lOOj. Empioymen; llclp JVantod--JHal KAL1CSMKN -- W a n t e d for electrical products. J o l i n \Vir U, 117 ^ / c s t Apple street. J M t o n c 1040-11. TILE FULLKlt liRUiJH CO.- -Will havo two o p e n i n g s 1'ohruary A ! )r b u i l t - u p r o u t e , nvaraginK Jilu.Oo w ekly. K.v- coptlonn.! n portu'nity. I ··sldent of Westmoreland county. i V r l t e *00 I'oopli'-'i JiiLi K UlUi;., Alol-ii :sport, 1'a., for details. Financial I'ainlly JLoaiiH 40-A N E E D M O N K V Q U IC (CLY'. -- Com a in, v / n t w gi p.ione, if you oinl up u 4300. (JulLk, c o u r t e o u s i ;rvlcc. Pcr- « o u « i F:rianco CcJUjjany, i l l l N V ^ a t C r a w f o r d a v u i i u a . f h u i n IS\. Merchandi ;e Fuel, Vencl t FertJ) xe COAL--Uuy W a s h i n g t o n tun coal at cna)i prices iiy t i u c k loa 1 d e l i v e r e d . .Scrfiejicd coal 15c bu. tun uf ^ l i n o 13c bu. Slack coal Ho bu JUioiiu l'2lj-J CONNIOLLSVJJ.LK COKIN- i COAI^--l^o d o l l v o r u d ; Oc a.t Uu min . Woat Bldo Coal Company, Nintli i .root., corner Let/ienrinir avcnuo. Ph ;jo 1076. JlouseJioJii Out ds 50 GAS RANGE--FO:- Sale. I n q u i r e ,"J-1 Kuat Uroon s t r i c t I'h me KJ14-.1C. Real Estate For Rent A pur t D icnts and L-'liitH FAYKTTHJ STJlflKT--Comor Blruat, j u s t u r i c blocli from street car stop. A p a r t m e n t ol llvo rooms and batli. Hot n i r heat. Uea.Bonu.bJa rent. Also at iil'6 Q u e e n BUcet, six room huutM with batli, tor rant, in- tiuircj A, G. H e r w l c k , West Crawford and jfi£th, Phone OHO, FURN1SIVBD APA11TA!BNT--JI(at ana watoi 1 I'urni.stiad. C ' e u t i a l i y located. Call 1-U7-J u f L o r 0 P. M. ONE), NOKXH W.1KJDSUU -- Apartment for rent. Third Koor. InQUiru John Davis, South FittsUurgr street, Si/utii GoiincllavUlQ. I'hono 11«3. ior Uont EtOHTU K'THKKT, HuUTIT, .'{Ol--Six room m c j d o r i i "nonii?, w i t h b a t u and Jie;il(M\ Iliis H r i i R l t o i l a t t i c . K e n t a at fHa.f(l) per r n o n t i i . I n q u i r e A. K. Wajjonci- and Kon, JUOlt H'cst Crawf o r d a v e n u e . P h o n e J4S. APAIITAZBNTS, IIOUBKS, STOHE- ROOAIS A X U ( i A H A L J U S -- I n q u l r o 1-U West Poach K l r e e t . i'hono -ITB. FQli JtE-N'T -- Thrf-u ruam-j, b a t h , cement cellar, i i c l v a d - t n t t - a i i c p . C l i o a j j runt, I n q u i r e iiW West . M u i t o n a v e n u e , Real Estate For Sale Lots for Sn 10 85 INVKSTlGATr". "XOVt--In I n i y h i f r at an o x c c p t l o t i u l i y l o w urice. C o r n e r J o t , K i - j i n k l i u ami 1'ciin .St., 4'ixl-IS Ct., pnvsd. Makft an o n e r . Will consider tra/do on now Ki'igldairo. [n- 4 j u f r ( i ICcgtncr's 33o"k .Stor* 1 , lliu We at AIIJ!C H t i e o t . AND WETS IN SENATE, HOUSE Has Little Ifope I J u f c Keeping Issue Alive. GAS ItANGK- -Good con Hion. Kaal Bargain. Cheaj to c j u l k buyer, t ^ u o ; A i r . W i i a i e y , cara WOK Venn f o v v o r FoK SAJ^3 -- AVeiatiiul ouso L a t t e r y cliargor In R-oud cor lltion, J'l.r,0; Andirons, 1 5U, d i n i n g - room tu,ljle, 5.00. J n t j u i r u ~13 (. oUar a v u n t i u . J J liono Ob-J. l'~Oli UAJwIO -- Shtiin"iis bi J, codl ruiiso, Ifaa r n i E o , c o m o l n a t l o i range, u d d l t i j j i n a o h l n e , li at.h-;r H v l n , room s u i t , l i e a t i i i K s t o v e , d i n i n g - · join ta.liu ami ]ot of o t l i o r u s e f u l a tides. J ) n ! l ' a !-!torug-o, 122 JS.'.st i St. P h o n u M. liadiu ii tint BOSCH ItALUO--ScreC" i-Orid. IPreo J u r a o n a l r a t i o n . Hudlo icrvlco Co., 1H5 South 1'Ulsburg strce . Plion* 1765, EDISON AND PIIJIX-'O- -iladiOB. Free demonstration!!. Tl. HSUIH J. 112 West Apple atrcc .. Pliojia 11ADIO SALES AMD Jal UVJCK--I'hone 1025. KTBW.A.HT WAUN13H-- Backed by 23 yeai-s' uxperii'ni.a a cl 2-1 million usar.i. ClarkL-'a Tr :ff Storo, I52;i North f'lttBburg- str H. Phono 11M. THK NEW MAJESTIC UAD1O -- Como In a n d hear it. Goid. Tiro and Uadlo Co., K a s t Crinvlord a -enue. Phono 10. Specials at tu Storoe BJ2TTJS1-:--Wall 1'aper for JOSH money. Cc up. M. B e r n a r d o B lOc Wall Papei- Co., Ul We t Applo street. EVISUYTHINO 3N \lt IIBWA Ri3"--Sco \is first. Wo save y m money. Frls- boe U a r d w a r o Coin; my, 13't West C r a w T o n t avenue. J hone 104. SATISFACTION--In b u y i n g h a r d war a f r o m "I./CUCK i," Is that prloeu, a r e , t h o .samo e v e r y Jay ot" the w e e k . ' Jjoucku H a r d w a r e C mpany, I'J'i West Crawford a v e n u e . 3 hone 133. Wuuted--1 o Buy CLEAN WHITS RAG 3--Wanted. Will pay c per pound. J o u r i c r Company. WANTED TO HXJVT- Flat top type- w r i t e r desk w i t h t y p e w r i t e r comp a r t m e n t at slda. Call Business Oittce, Courier. Rooms an d Board KoontB \vith ut Uoard CB FOR HEXT -- Xiargo c o m f o r t a b l e bedroom, a d j o i n i n g ' I' ith. S u i t a b l e for one or two g-ontlni (in. Uso of phono. Inquire 1-*S W o n t Crawford a v e n u e . V r f -- -Or n p i i r t n u - n l , coronrl doer I'ront. C u l l 1»?:!-J[, i i f t o r II L'. -M. IT'S A I A V M k S « 00,1 i n \ P b t m t - n t t" s p f n d a few m i n u t e each day in rettd- inK t)i# claeslfiea a 9. By PAUL R. TJriHrd- Press titaft C o r r e s p o n d e n t . WASHINGTON, Jan. 21--Stimulated by several weoks of rapid-fire prohibition debate, wets aurl lrys ia Congress went, to work today on tho pro- grains by which they hope to advance their respective causes d u r i n g tlio present Bcjssion. Two committees dominated by dry*, ono in the House and one in Uio Senate, settled doiva to tho. serlotib bnslncsn of writing part oE President Hoover's law enforcement reconi- mondations Into law. 'Mcaiuvhlle, tho wet bloc In '(.ho ilotiso completed phuis for tho irtoBt oystenmtio u n t l - p r o h l h l - tion campaign It over lian conducted. A IIouso judiciary sul-cornmHtee, u n d e r the leadership tyi Representative Christophrson, Republican, N o r t h UakoU, a dry, summonrcl CJhairntan Ueoffee Wickorsham, Dean Rosooo Pound and former Senator William Konyon of. tho law oni'orco- ment coiniuisfiioii, to discuss t h e p e n d i n g bill to i n c r e a s e tlio powers of United States commissioners to try potty liquor law violators. A similar conun.itt.eo iu the Senate, w i t h Senator King, Democrat, Utah, al-so a dry, as its c h a i r m a n , held Us first m e e t i n g to organize; for consideration of a b i l l lo t r a n s f e r the Prohibition Bureau f r o m the T r e a s u r y to tbo Justice Department. Both of. these bi!I» wero requested by the President and bis commission on law enforcement. The- two committees planned to do their work in closed session. The Jlotiso wet bloc decided at a meeting lato yesterday to hold unofficial public h e a r i n g s of its own on tho e n t i r o p r o h i b i t i o n tjue-BiUoti unless one of the r e g u l a r l y constituted committees of ConKi'ews t h r o w s its doors open for a s a t i s f a c t o r y a i r i n g oE tho present, s t n t u s of Volstead law en- f o r c e m e n t . So tar, its members e x p l a i n e d , neither the Hoover commission nor any committee of the House or Senate, has given them an opportunity to present their case or their modification b i l l s ,a chance, Tho wet's also authorized their executive committee to petition Chairman Oraham ot' tho H O U K Q J u d i c i a r y Oorumitteo to hold open hearing)! on some of their mcusurus. HojiroHt'iilit- t i v e L l u l h i c u m , iJenioc-.riit, M a r y l a n d , who w n s rc,-t;li!ct.(3t! lihatrniiiii of the iniolllcial a n l i - p r u h i b i t l u i i commitl-ou, wus t i u t l i o r i x e d to a p p o i n t an execu- tlvo t i o i n m i t t i i c r e p r e s e n t i n g as n e a r i y na ioa!-ii!)k' n i l states w i t h wet repr~ so-iitallves iu Oougrcts, Mrs, li'loreiine ICalin, H « y i i b l i L - ; i n r t ' i i r t ' s e n u i f h e f r o m C a l H ' o r n l H , UK iur- l o l i i r y n f l i t ' 1 i u m i i i l l lee. i v i l ! l n . 1 i n i ' i i i b c r nl t l i u t.xi.'t u M v u 9ilt IH ouo o£ tUa Rififei, c i i t l i t t s i a s t l c wots in CoiigiesH. The only o t h e r - w o m a n meTubt-i' oC the group is Mrs. A l a r y N o r t o n , Uemocrat, Now Jersey. The enllro g i o u p ia expected to s u p p o r t iho r e s t l u t i o n Khe introduced/ yesterday provi Huff for a n a t i o n a l r/efwendum on j) e prohibition issuoi ICach state w o u l d conduct tho vote /at Us geiiei/al ejection but tho. outc'fime would depend on the t o t a l p o p u l a r voto 'throi shout the country. A majority won d bo s u f f i - cient f o r rcpe.tl. ' A l t h o u g h t h o we Us r o a l l z * t h e y t a n not hope to pass Kiich a rueuiUiro in tho preont CkiusrohK, w h i c h is wor- wliolmlugly dry, ( h e y w a n t t o t.cep tho p r o h i b i t i o n d-'l'-ito a ivo and if possible get a record vote on a clear- out prohibition, issuo b e f o r e tho con- gresBional elections next fall. Tbo Senate c o n t i n u e d work todny on tho tariff bill. Tho Hoi so tool? up f o u r bills w h i c h J'avo received, approval of tho Rules O o i n m i t t e o a n d are expected lo pass w i t h o u t dilllcuHy. ASH TO FIND TRAGEDY CAUS1 Preliminary Examination Supports Theory of Sqnttll From Ocean. LINDBERGH AIDS INVESTIGATION WHY THE B. 0. WANTS THE B. R. P. AS HAS BEEN ASSIGNED TO IT D u r i n g tho coureo of the. h e a r i n g of Iho objection* of the Delaware IJ.ticl- j BOU Company, T^uther M. "Wallor, apeaking for 1he n a f t l i n o r o Ohio, ro- ferred to tlie "through nnlo" p l a n n e d by the Baltimore Ohio to (shorten the distance betw«oti N o w York arid ' Chicago, ae a principal -eaeon for the proposed acquisition. Ho Raid that unless iliifi "tlirough route" Is eonBuni-' mated, an expenditure o between ?30,- i 000,000 and ? 10,000,000 (vill be- necessary for revision of tho Baltimoro Ohio iinefi west of Pittc.burg. Mr. Waller declared the s a v i n g in o p e r a t i n g coats \vouln approximate $6,000,000 a year, and e-nphaeized that the Baltimore O h i o is tho only major carrier in -the- EaFt not reaching Buffalo over its own tiacks, IIo said j tho acquisition would -ipen up a one- i liao route betwoen tho Groat Lakes and Baltimore for tho grain and f l o u r , traffic. I Henry "W. Anderson i]oclarei, on bo-! half of tho Baltimore et, Ohio, that tbo contiolidatiou plan is xirtinont to the disposition of tho h ^ L a r i t case. Answering contentions a , to corn-petition between ths Baltimore Ohio and t h n ' Buffalo, Roehestor 1'ittsburg over ctfal traffic, Mr. Ande:-eon said that tho coa! waa entirely different in tho two sections and w e n t to different markets. He stated 12 at tho Baltimore Ohio planned to u t i l i z e tlio north- and-sott(h section oC the Buffalo, Rochester Plttoburg to capacity for h a n d l i n g of grain ai d other traffic. Tho northward move! lent of coal from tho Buffalo, Ilocho itor Pitteburg minea in Pennsylvania will riot be disturbed, he declared. Mr. Anderson argued thit if any carrier objected to .he allocation ot the Buffalo, Uochc6t«-r IMttsMirg to the Baltimore Oh o as provided in the commission'6 p i r n , then that c a r - ' rior should fllo a p p l i c a t i o n to roopen the consolidation c ieo iteelf. Since «o motion woe mad ) lo roopon tho consolidation case, t nl no anplication fliel for a u t h o r i t y o take orr tin Buffalo, Rochester *-. PHtsbnrff subsequent to the publication of tho com- mteslon's plan, Mr. Anderson saw no rolovnney in any oljoction. OLiONDALE, Ca]., Jan, Zl. vcioraus of Llie air lanes poolett thoii UiiowJedRo today to «lel.enninn if POB- sible wHut t j u i r k of fitts went f.ho gianl T. A. T.-Mnddiix li-i-motorod pl.nw s p i n n i n g i n t o a crash S u n d a y a.t fciui- hct. w i t h a los.s or J H IIvw. The tour, all former army pil-oU and now oJllcials ot tho a i r lino, went into an opou hoarinp to weigh. UK s t o r i e s ot eyo-'wilnesses o£ Uio worfal a i r p l a n e tragedy in tho country and lioar all ovitionco olfcrccl. Thoy hoped a f t e r I h o extra-legal mo warranta proceedings to fix the cuuo and tho-u take Hteps to eliminate, it. They had v i n i l c t l tne scono of tlw c-.atastrophp, a narrow atrip of land between a h i g h w a y anil the Pacific Ocean, on f l i e air route betwcoti Agua Califitilo, Mox., and Los Angeles. Lieutenant D. W. Tomlins-ou, vice- p r e s i d e n t of tho T. A. T.-Madrtux line, !u charge of opwaUons; P. J L Whit.- noy and K i l d i e Bolande, of I h o com- jiany'n olilnst i i i l o t s , and S. J.». Welsh, advisor on upcralioim, mado up tlw i)oird. Tomllnson's opinion t h a t Pilot BiiRil Rnsseil, who pnrishcd at the controlf of his burning: ship, "was ovo-rta-kon by a n q u a l l aud ;ittempivd to tyr 1 .back K o n t h toward S»n IMego vr;u echoed in an official announcement b j the air line. TomHnsou believed Russell did not know ho was so closo to earth and, in t u r n i n g , hooked tliu left wing of tho plane on tha ground. Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh, and Toralinson, together with other technical advtsors, conferred w i t h Uio olll- cers and the board of dirociors ol the merged a i r l i n e s last night. Tho following statement, rn.iintaivihig that there was Jio advance iudicallou ol the squall, was issued: "From investigation of the -»Teok- ago and conversation with -\vitnessos it ftirllier appears that, a f t e r passing Oce-ansidCj Russell e n c o u n t e r e d a local storm betn-ec-ii Oceausldo and S,tu ClonioiiUs. "This storm apparently cloBed in without warning and forced Ilusse-11 to t u r n back, in turning tho tip ol the left wing struck the- ground. Upon invput (lie fuo-1 t a n k s burst and cover- ud 'ho hot motors with gasoline, w h i c h ignited." Save money--reari the ads. today. Four Killed by SnotvsUdo. SONOU#, Cal., Jan. 21.--Four wore killed late yesterday by a snow- slido in the mountains 32 miles from here, it was learned late last u l R h t They wero repairing a powor hount when, the slide engulfed them. Wlien Hoover Worked at #10 Per, UTTU3 KOCK, Ark., Jan. 20--Pre«=. idont Hoover worked for tho State c| Arkansas on a mineral survey in. 1S91 at a monthly salarly of ?40, records 4 tho state geogoliBt department «how. 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