The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 21, 1930 · Page 12
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January 21, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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t'Aiilfi 'J. j..t.ti/ v.;u U I'v-i .; v_'.ji*u\ TEXAS WONDERS IF FERGUSONS WILL RUM AGAIN wvwywwwnnMwwnf*^ "Farmer Jinn" and "Ma f ' Have Backers Who 'Want Thorn for Governor. I!y GOUDO.V K. S H K A n K F l United Fr«!S Staff Cor respond en I AUSTIN, Texas. Jan. 21--All d v e r the 2GG.OOO siuoro miles of T«*a«. people av wondering if "Ma" Ferguson if, going 1o enter the governor's mansion, for Uio fhiixl time. It would he b u t another t u r n in the remarkable career oE the twp Uovwnors Miriam A. and Jaait-s E. Ferguson, -who have alternated between the SCenitH and the n a d i r ol Fortune's ·wheel. In 1924 a rugged, smooth shaven, 300 pound man ot 15, risen from day laborer to banker, startled tho ioiiti~ cianu of Tcxae Tiy siuiclRnly announcing that he was going to run for Governor. With a plnnlc In his platform pro- nosing to l i m i t the amount oE the c;ror« that landowners could claim from tenant farinere, Ferguson was swept Into the Governorship. ACter being.hostess at the "Mansion" for nearly thre-e years, Mrs. Ferguson l o f t it In October, 1917, with her husband, who had been Impeached and sentenced never again to "hold office of honor, trust or profit" in Texas. Then came tho Ku KUix lOan. Fer- KU.'ion became Its vitriolic attacker. He could not run for office. Mre. Fer- SUHOn said sho would. On tlie twin planks of opposition to the Klan and vindication th»y a g a i n had fortune's favor. She- pardoned lior husband. The legislature pa«sed un amnesty act restoring hia political rights. ( Attorney General Ban Moody began a proba of h i g h w a y activities. Huge ..contracts hal been let. He demanded t h e i r cancellation and return of approximately $1,000,000 to the state, in i .series of suits. Winning a $000,000 s u i t Moody a n n o u n c e d for Governor. "Either I should not be governor or my opponent should not be a t t o r n e y F.oucral," Mrs. FtTgutfSii said in her f i r s t campaign tspuoch for re-olection. "I inako him tbte challenge. It I do not beat him lOO.l'OO votes in the first. urlmary, I w i l l resign provided, he will resign." Moody promptly accepted. "I wo\ikt not bet w i t h the Governorship ot tho h t u t o «H a stake," he said, "but 1 see an o p p o r t u n i t y in. accepting this challenge to rid the c-itato of Ferguson fern In July instead of the following J a n - uary." Karly r e t u r n s indicated Moody bad a majority in tho iu*t primary. It developed lie lack'.-d n few thousand voles and the citnipnigniiii; was on for another m o u t h . .Mrs. Ferguson ignored her challeiiKe, Hayinn it bad never been f o r t n a l l y accepted, in tho second p r i m a r y Moody won and in January, 127 "Ma ForKU.'iou" loft, the rnunision (ho m'cond time-. The. amnesty net, t h a t had restored li'drstUHon'tf r i g h t s was repealed. Op- IMjiuMit.s claim I he amnesty never was foiisliuitional and that "Ma" Ferguson con!,! not legally pardon h i m . Ferguson's supportcre eay tho pur- .'tlon was valid. They assert also that onco having taken effect, the amnesty act restored, his righte regardless of the pardon, (nice restored, they «ny, repeal of the act could not again de- lvlvo him of t h e right to hold office. Because of this dispute some thinlr "Ma" will again bo the candidate, not "Pa." In either event, a Fergueon victory will lake her into tho "mansion" for tlie t h i r d time. YOUNG PLAN PROTOCOL ADOPTED U.v U n i t e d Press, p I K HAC10B. Jan. 20.-- Tho p r o t o - col of Tho Hague reparations conference, which will put the Chveu 1). Young reparations plan into opera- t i o n . 'was adopted and signed by ;lole- Ktttes of the a l l i e d and central powers today. Dickerson Rim JRL'N, Jan. 21 who is locatod at Langluy Kiold, V i r g i n i a , i» ispeiKltng a :!0--Ja- f u r l o u g h f i o m Iho U. S. Army lui-re v!«iti»g hiri fatlior, William Havfoansh. VV. .11. Siiininon.s o[ IJawsun has rot u r n o d hoim from Albany, X, Y., whoro he attfMxlwl I l i o c o n v e n t i o n .i!! Iho Now York C e n t r a l 1/ino.s A t h l o t f o ALL TALKING PICTURES. "IT Production Lncmmlo Vitaphone Act*-- "The Serpentine" All Tulkie Comedy Admission -- Malincc lOc and S5c- -- Nip;ht 15c and 3»c Wednesday, Thursday, Friday initl Saturday Colleen Moore in "FOOTLIGHTS AND FOOLS" Also All-Talking Comedy, Earl «fe Bellin Mcivietone Act and Sound News. Time of Shows*. 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9. The Paramount The Orpheurn Tlio hoy;;' ami pirlis' tiyin ;lu«srs of [ Iho Y. U. (.:. A. y j K M i t Nalnrd'ay a!'U«r- noon at the. Swttd.riie V s w i m m i n g pool. Thr i:l!t.suc« wore in charge of K e n n e t h Plater mid Altos A n n a Millor. Mrs. H a r r y .Lint of Lookout, f a r m in s e r v i n g HI- u j u r o r in Unkmknvn, j T!io I ' l U s b u r K Liiko Eric Ualliwut ! painte-rs \vlui hail been iocaieU hcr-.t \ for two juonlliti iiavo moved ( H e i r j oiimtHiioiH, to liomr^toad. Mrs. J a m e s U e a t f y , .Mrs. O. S. Oglu- vce «u»! Airn. (.;. J-:. M i l l e r \vere Con- nollrivillo shoppers S a t u r d a y . RELIEF Try R i Hex cure and y o u ' l l n«« it always, I'hysicirttis preswib* Bi-Rex beranse it gives q u i c k , n a f f iin/t p t f i i s n n r re upf. w ? soli ni-Rt-x on n m o n e y buck g t i J i r a n t e u . T.ry I f ! * i . ' o i m e l l s v l l l p Por Uio first ilino- in tho history of tnollon pictures, (ho Chinose Ijinguago as spoken by i-"iil Chinese, a u l h o n tic Cliinese nuu ic us played by O r i o n i a l ontertaln-c-r:-, am! n i l ( l i e myriinl, c o l o r f u l soinidfi'l-oitectfj of p i f l i i r o s n u e ("tiina are b r o u ^ l i t to tho scr-oon in ·)·,'.' 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( i i ' H ' i i l a l c u s t u n H M wort* j u. l eii b y J o h n K o b i ' t ' t s o n . t i i u d i r e c t o r . j Agai!i:-,t t l i i s b:icl.i;nnu»l In t o l d ;ni | u p p o n r i i i K lo\ · s t o r y of t w o w h i t e out- I cu.su; \vli» i . u t t d r v t i ' t i by s.eji;u';ttt j ri'!i(lc;/.voiirt ot' !··['·/ SAvan.aon bwk« h o r c i n e m a t i c silijnc-c aii-d. «poke from t l i c sereRi) for tlw- (ir.st time w h e n "Tho Traspassor," her i n i t i a l a l l - d i a l o g u e - U n i t e d Artists p i c t u r e , opened M o n d a y a f t e r n o o n at 111''! O r p l i o i n n . M-tsH S w a n s o n rovoalw a »l.a(?o v o i c e t h a t is a hooti to jadvd c r i t . i c K . I h - r tones a r t ! r i c h a n d w e l l - m o d u l a t e d -a n d ( j n i l . o i n k:o[ii!i;; w i t h H i t 1 role o f (he lady of r e f i n e m o i i l t h a i , she essays in "The TCOK pa as .r." A i i o H i n r rovela- t i o n i.s .Mis:; .Swaiisiiii'.'i s o p r a n o s i i i R i i i g -\nr.\c. T h a i .vl'c wi'll iiii-siit. h a v e ed on I l i o coiicoi-t s l t i R c is i n i n 5ior s i n j r i n j r o f t h « l \ v o n n m - h a r H Dial, g-ivc l y r i c a l i K M g h l s t o t h o i'-.'aUtro. One of U i o pieces i,--; T o s e l l i V "ISei'enafks" si . s t a n d a r i l w o r k . The o i l i e r . "J/ovc," was coiniioscui oa'pccial- ly f o r Miss S w a u v o n b y K d m n n d ( ; o u l d i n g , a u t h o r a n d d i r e c t o r o f "The With ;i liac-'ki.; r o u n d l a i d in i b o f a s h i o i m h h ; [,ak-e Shore Drive i V i s - ' r i c t of ' ' h i c i i K o , t h i s [)rodiu'Uoti enab!?s; Mi-ss :-!wa?iiiiii Id a p p e a r in a rali as m i l - | HOIIK o f l.lifiil i-e-Moerx l o v o I D K"o t i e r ; oi's-'eou.-ily ndwiu-ii A m e r i c a n ' - -aa I b ia-.iy. ttffr ;Of .010 CM(I» l'»rd "l.iii KliuK." \ . ' h e i ' i - s l f ! s o f a l l i t i U l o n - j to a l i t i c s \iv-d l it- ill..:- p a l r m i a K o of w a n - ] in ilorer--; f r o m l h . - - f o u r c d r n e r s ..!' t h e ' w o r l d . | T h e ii!-.i.m un ;:!~.;i i n t - l i i ' l o . s a V i t a - · o i i o t i e r . · ! ) i . i i l l ; . ! i i K I-.JDK (iy a n d : ws r e e l . Y . ' o i i i : « - - ? ! i l ; i y . T l n i r s - i l a y . l-'vii ' : i y ;unl :a: i n l a y . (\i!!i-":i M o u i - c \ v ; I ! il(-'- i ' f ' f l l i l l " -'oil: i i ^ l \ l ; i ! i ! l l-'no'« " t's ' ( ( ( i s s i j i f d ,\ ( js. Timv br.i i. reaulu. -:.e w h o i . o n t n l i n l c so n i a v l t - r f u l l y ; i l i a l u K i i t " - of "Tlio TroHpa-sst-r" ! l l i i r i u i l i i i t o l i o r t Amc-s, l IIP. I c a i l - i n g l m a n ; I ' n r n e l l I ' r u t t , H » n r y I',, W a i - ' i h a l i , \ \ a i l . v A l l i r i K h ' t . W i i l i a m I-[thhl-jn, j B t a n c h o K r M e r i e i . K a y · ! l a m m o n l , j I-'orUrt^ u n d M . i i r c o l l a Cord a y . - j A i n o v i t f t o u c a r t , a i t - l a l k i n j ; c f i n u ' d y ! y. " \ V . - i n m n T r a ) . " w i t h H.T! S k p l l y j 11| T'" vf]y n n r-? n i o · i I ii o f f' n I u r-i · r o) I ^ i L3.1 be- iiltoU"^ v I Phone 890 TUESDAY, J A N U A R Y 21, Wjv. mOTfcsKwr'Efigom^^ fan m $r A m Y «i r^ phone ^ / Connellsville's Big Department Store 889 I The dresses are particularly interesting and attractive this year. The new outline with its high waist and long skirt to a more regular hern-line. The fabric has more weight: and a better fall--like canton ,crepe and georgette. The Hacienda is one of the leading colors of Spring dresses. Showing New Spring Dresses Bright Color and Decidedly Smart at These new spring dresses are made o(- canton crepe and georgette materials, the new Bolero style is suitable for afternoon and evening wear. The dresses are of the new princess model with a new full flared skirt and even hemline. The trimmings are of rich cream lace. Other New Spring Dresses $12.50 and $29.50 "HACIENDA"---the popular new SHADE for Spring X (Tron(man's--Second We Would Suggest Washable Gloves $3.50 Your (iloves slioul 1 blend w i t h your ensemble. T icrefore, wo suggest I:his slip-on, washable Doe skin glove foi Spring's new Hacienda shade Conies w i t h scallop top. (TroulJiiitnV- -First loor) Early Spring Hats FELTS Many Straw Trimmed $3.00 A. smart and attractive bat. Made of felt; and some are U'immed with felt giving OIR hat individuality. Others are felt with a touch of straw. All head sizes in different shades and colors. (I'rotitnitin's--Second Women's New HanrJbc.gj V ^ Genuine Calf The.se black han.lbags of 1'^asliion are m: de oC g e n u i n e calf-hide, with xippcr and fancy lasps. Under arm and bacl strap styles, fitted with bevel ]late mirror and coin purse. ThIK handbag is v :ry attractive and gives ; touch of smartness to yo ir ensemble. ( F i r s t Floor) "Rachelle ?s Our Suggestion for Your Ensemble Silk Hosiery This new color that brings out the beauty of: Spring's fashionable shade of Hacienda. It is a perfect complement for afternoon and attractive for evening wear. An all pure silk stocking w i t h square or Frencli heel, and pieoted top. (First Tloor) iKMSSf^SKSt^ffHSOft*^^ NEW -ARRIVALS IN SPRING FOOTWEAR These new tit-rivals oi' Spring have the features of 1930. Therefore we suggest them for your new onsembie --as they are desirable for Spring's New Shade. BroAvn Kid I V O r s a y -- w i t h reptile t r i m m i n g on vamp. Spanish heel $6.50 Oioose NEW SHOES of Fashion Mat Kid "T" Strap -fancy short vcunp and Spanish heel ....................... (Tr»»( man's -- Firsl. Floor) DEMONSTRATION 19301k' DOM!NAf4T SET WOMAN OFFERS BILL FOR REFERENDUM ON PROHIBITION By U n i t e d Press, WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.-- A woman, Mri3. Mary T. Norton, Democrat, New Jersey, opened' a new campaign of the H-cnise wet bloc, today by introducing a resolution for a national referendum on prohibition. Under terms of Mrs. Norton's resolution, tho 18th Amendment would te repealed autoniallcally if tlio referendum showo4 a majority of the country's votere are opposed to prohibition. Mrs. Norton's move followed advocacy of a referendum by Seriate Republican Floor Leader .hunes K. WatBon, .Indiana, dry, who urgKl Urn I it bo conducted by the states. Tlie resolution came Biniultanoouiidy wltli consideration ot the Senate J u d i c i a r y Committee of President Hoo'ver's . pro- h i b i t i o n program. Looking 1 for .T so, read the advertising columns of The Dally Courier. FORTUNES Very few people inherit fortunes-the percentage is too small to mention. Do not be disappointed because you did not inherit a large ' sum. The saving hat/it is often a greater asset than art inheritance. Start now to save--open ah account with us. !% Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. THE iNIQNNffllOMlBANK CQNHELLSYILLE, PA. v 1 E W E S T SI DE \ I i fc 1 I fal S 1 I," fcti f 1 i R A D I O A b4«w Peak In Radio A P E Nsw Fuix ToHB-Cc LOB aw Phone 19 WERTHEIMER MOTOR CO. W, Crawford Avenue, ConnellBvil'.e, Pa, our classifliMl advertisements. W^WVWrfiSVW^-W/MW^M^ We W i l l Offer n 1'iiljiic Auction at SlrtM't Car Lino, Thursday, January 23, 1930 AT t O ' C L O C K ]'. S H A K I 1 A l x t u t 80 llt';ni of Mood Second Hand Horses: A l i Ki1 for )u side Work. Terms of .Sale Slru'tJy Cash, W. J, RAINEY, INC., UNIONTOWN, PA. \ffVW^KiyFmf^WM$WitVWf^ \ Wlien You Have Something You Want to Sell Advertises It in Our Classified Column.

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