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January 24, 1930

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jjast dition 'onnellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best A dvertising Medium in the Yougfh Region. / -- L^- n I n ^ %i · J? r i rice {Mr* M. .,..».., -- ., ___»_TM , , - . . . , . . ,, . _.- , , ,,, -- __ f ._... . , ,, , , - , , i , , · f . . . . , . . . . , VOL. 2b, NO. 63 Till- \Vt-rK Tli« linll.v y f'utirlcr, T''om«ld J u l y O M i r l r r , KuumltMl Auver IT, *bcr 1S7». , MerRiMl, 10, 1!H2. , J u l y IS, JSC.-ii. i» ! - » .CpNNELLSVILJLUJ, PA.', I- 1 ill DAY EVENING., J A N U A R Y 3-1, 1930, ' i l TWE.N TY PAGES. "DEATH" THREAT LETTER WRITERS 1 REPORTED KNOWN Several Ordering "Lay Off" 3)onohoe Case Said to Hare Been Received. INQUEST AGAIN IS CONTINUED TJNIONTOWN, Jan. 24.--The writer j of at leasrt two and possibly more j death threat lettcra warning friends ; of tho murdered John Flood. Donohoe j to "lay off." or be prepared to "take j your medicine" is known, stated A t - torney Anthony Cavalcante this morn- intf. The former personal counsel ror tho murder victim, who since has taken an active part in the inquest revelations let It bo known today that this will bo on» of. the Important llnka In tho caaa whon tho licensed slayers or tho ox-.poHce offlcoi- como to trial. Tho presence of. death throat letters in tho murder mystery became known yonterday when E. \V. McShane was called to tho stand. Tho McShane Ittov v,-a,s written In ink and bore a Unionto-wu postmark. Tho handwriting gave every evidence of being disgi'ilsed. It was written on ono sheet of paper and on one side of the sheot. Neither of the letters wad signed. Another prominent Unlonto-wn man la idao said to have boon on the "death list." The inquest into tho murder of Donohoo, who was f o u n d dead on the morning ot Ju::y 31. last, was postponed untt.l a further date for the third time- yesterday afternoon. Coroner S. A. Baltz, conducting tho inquoBt, announced ( h a t additional in- veBUgaUorts would be necessary. Holen Hess, s.t wliose W a l n u t M i l ! homo Glenn Allum was a £re|tie:i visitor, and at which place he is said lo liavo been on Urn aight of th murder, was ou tho stand for two hours and 10 minutes yesterday. In that interval Attorney Cavalcanto wearied Uor w i t h h u n d r e d s of questions. "Who kilted Donohoe''" T h a t was 11 q u e s t i o n fired at her j u s t before she was dismissed. "How do I k n o w ? " was tho answer. "What is your opinion?" "How can I have any opinion 1 ?" she itto::Monod in reply. "I rally know \vhal people aay." j . i Fighls Divorce Suit ! 20 CARLOADS OF ; TROUT. AVAILAB: WEST SITS JN POLITICAL SADDLE From the fairway of the golf course to the "rough"/ of the courtroom is the path of Mrs. Nina G. Young, women's champion of; the gulf states in 192o. She is in Los Angeles to fight the divorce suit brought hy her husband, Dr. Carl O. Young, wealthy Chicago physician, in Los Angeles. CHICAGO SEEKING 50-MILLION LOAN OF CORPORATIONS Only hy This Means Ciui Mu- chinery of Bankrupt G o v - ernment l»f City ' o n t i n u e . EMPLOYE HOST MISS SALARIES Canalization City's Greatest Possibility Blake Tells Class .\Idjor ,lohn K. Blake, sot-rotary of U)t- Tioavd of Trade, spoke at ti ajm- i ; h u l t i 'cliinic-r held laat night at tho t'oriiicr Colonial Hcstauriuit by tho E. D u n n U l b l o Class of tho Greenwood A l c t l i o d i s H L'liiiseopal Church. ii;.^ t a l k dcolt w i t h t h o canalisation (.i 1 t l u ? VoushloKhcny* Kivor from Mb- K c o r iiort to a point approximatoly ono i n l l o above ConnellKvillc. a subject w h i c h l« v i t a l to this city today. "I! it, a pleasure- to moot with the au'iiibotxs of a class named a f t e r Capt a i n K. D u n n , who was it pioneer in t h e c a n a l i z a t i o n project," declared tho nmjor. He described tho propostlon a; t i i c "greatest possibility" for this i-.omnninlty when coniiKired "with any n t h c i - «iinj;lc project." Tho secretary o u t l i n e d tho begin- n i n g "(' the action, w h i c h originated ixi the Hoard of Trade and was followed tip by McKc-esport and West N e w t o n ; ' h e n told of tho conference in Wash- i n g t o n and the hearing at Pittsburg, iho latter being held M o n d a y . He- de- «crlbel the work nece^jsary to get tho facts In shape for 'presentation and nrt;el every c i t i z e n to adhere to tho program, a« well aa become enrolled MB a member o-t the viver improvement association. Ry United I'rc ^s. CHICAGO. Jan. 34.--Chicago pocketed its ,pride today «nd nik-ed H« cor- ·poratfons for a .loan of -; SO.OUU.OOO eo it can pay its employes, buy coal to heal, poorhoua-es and ·ho'spitalH and ICMP HB children in Mh'ol, w i t h th'e result thai rail-roads, public ntllitie:; and bankers Indicated tentatively that they would f u r n i s h tho golden flow of inouoy to lubricate tho w.ieela of gov- ·ernm-fiiit, now almost H l l l l e d . Six different plane for rolief, proposed by as many group.;, were considered. At tho same tlmo four other developments indicated the irk renainK seriousness of the financial inuddlo the "Queon City of tho Woat' with its 3,000,000 Inhabitants found i t H o l f . They wor*: 1. The South Park Commission, which controls half of Chicago's par-kn and whoso crodit from 1SC9 to now has be«n unquestioned, ],as failed to Continued on Pag-e Six. BRITISH GENIUS OF FINANCE GETS 14 YEARS FOR FRAUD " ; {i!r«ivt QiHiiiiitics UoJng Tunioil' \ Out «.· Federal Hniohcrios, 'Knidfill Snj's. 1 ».,.-_, _. , , i i 50,000 FOR : MEYERSDALE I T sportiiiou of l«'ay-ott« county show the TH-opor interest in .propagating trout and nin-kc- proviaion for mlwiuato can? of t h o young fl.sli in iiim;-eri«, there w i l l soon be enoiiKh of the .speckled 'beauties a v a i l a b l e to stock every s t r e a m y Congressman S a m u e l - A , Kendall -of Meyoracla.le, he-re y e s t e r d a y for a briof visit, declared. The congressman, r e t u r n i n g from a sportsmen'* banquet at W i n d b e r , said great numbers of trout, would -be roady for distribution in two years if Fnyetto c o u n t y men take measure* to insure care of the nurseries. At the banquet a s t a t e m e n t waa m a d e - b y H representative of the Federal Fish Culture Bureau, he fiaid, t h a t sufficient trout would bo hatched nt the- now federal hatcheries :t W i n d - ber to provide f o r s l l s t r l b u t i o n of 20 carloads in Western Pennsylvania, hi the coming s p r i n g . F i f t y tlHni.sami f a l l h a t c h i n g trout. will bo placed In the Peck Run n u r s - ery at Moyt-rsdale. and a new i n t e r e s t in reopentii,' the .pools in this c o u n t y was urged by Mr. Kendall. The FaycUe County Fish Game Protective Association has. a Uugo nui-Kory at Glondale, just s o u t h of Faireliance where m a n y t h o u s a n d t r o u t have been kept u n t i l they were'' of on flic lent size to be released. Tho nur.sery, When operated, was a v a l u able a d d i t i o n to tlu* program of restocking Fayetlc. c o u n t y t r o u t str-cama. Another n u r r i c r y wa« constructed by | the Mportemon on the H a r f i h u i a n f u r i n i at Uroakneuit. There u r e facilities f o r ! handling 2j.OOO trout at that ikici\ i Itestoratlon of nursery activity ;i.t j theso two place's IB advocated by j Congressman Kendall. Me practically i astiurefi t h « sportsmen t h a t if i h w i nursoriee aro operated it w i l l only bu I two yoara u n t i l trout are available, in auch q u a n t i t i e s that overy stream will bo a jrnrculis'.! for anglers. .Retention, of baby t r o u t iu n u r s e r i e s ie essential to proper restocking - a* tlutrti are not imfilc-lont faciiitlea available t o t a k o caro of a l l the t r o u t the federal hatcheries are now ablo to produce, Glonn Leach of tho F«!enU M'hih C u l t u r e Burtvut has prepared a mortality tablo for trout in si.rwuns. N i n e t y per cent of one-inch t r o u t will d i e ; SO per cent ot two-Inch; liO per cent of three-inch; ·-10 per c o n t of f o u r - i n c h ; 25 per cent of "five-inch, and 10 por cent of six-Inch. Construction of the local nureerieg vra« first advocated by Free Went Herbert Hoover and commendable pro- D'S FATE RESTS s' Own Koliei" Voxels Unable lo Seven Men Tiikeii to Hospital, | m . (1 ,,,. TIiro , lr ]|, 300 3r ji cs 0«.«of W h o m Slay Die ; {)f , { , 0 ac]i Of His Wo.iind.s. i 1 DANGER NOT IMMEDIATE By U n i t e d ' Press. PITTSBURO, Jan. 2'!--Rioting dared · today as PiU-sbm-g taxicab cc nvpanic;--. ; attempted (o ontl tii l.'!-dny ,'itrllso o f ; , t h e i r J.,1500 employes. Seven men were r ' : l;n '! f "- i I'l''--. 1 -'.. lu-kon. to Mercy Hoftp!'i.iil. D U D In a ; W A S H I N G T O N . .F;ui. 2-l.~-Rpypuli*t'K sorious .condition, aiul iln-cv other* wore- a w a i t e d today to u p p o n l « s."iti were taken to t h e police sUulon a n d ! 1 1 ? " t h e - S t a i n D e p a r t m e n t to Xorw.iy Kiv-en treatment. ami f 'i'al B r i t a i n to rcn.uef?(. w h a l i u s The .most .seriously hurt: wa. 1 ? Paul , ships in t h e A n t a r c t i c to po to Inc rescue of Rear A i i - m i r j i l Rieharri K. Rvrd hurt: wafl Paul Kegun, 23, of Pittsburg, a s t r i k i n g d r i v e r . He was H'tabbed in two places and his skull fractured, hoirMtal attaches reported. His condition , is critical. T r o u b l e started first as strikebreakers we-r-e en route to the Yellow nri 1!0 c o m p a n i o n s who :m locked In-hind MOO miles of park ic-. The rrqur.'ss Tor ji.icl for rho cxiilor- crs_ WPI-P d i s p a t c h e d aftc-i r ? p r o ; o n t n - i!on« wprp made lo' (lie Stale D f i p a r i i m - n r t h a i Byrd fears bis own ships For the first time in history, pe -haps, the west and middle* west arc in the political saddle at Washing .on. Eight out of 12 important senatorial committec-H have westen dtairmon, whereas a generation ngo easternem headed seven. Nat onnl political control also is held by the western states. California claims President Hoover, upper left, while Kansas ia the home of V ce President Curtis, upper right. In the senate Oregon has the. assi taut Republican floor leader, Charles L. McNary, lower right; James E. Watson, of Indiana, is Republican floor leader, center, and Simeoi ,D. Fess, of Ohio, right, is party whip. Cab garage on the edge of the d o w n - , w i l l mil bo ;ible to gol. t h r o u g h tlio town district. A r o u n d 7 A. M. a dozen or more chauffeurs and special deputies w-ere attackod by 2-0 or more strikers. I n n short time (ho fight,ng liari spread until it involved nearly 50 men anjl ranged the length of th· part of tho down town section. Police reserves suecepile-d in restoring order. ! IRENE AMD GLENN ! WEARING THE SCEME I OF PAUL'S MURDER Mount Pleasant School s" Board Receives $65, Check From Erskine Ramsay u:o and i hat he doubts 'several members of t h o expedition could K-ITV'.VO a n o t h e r year in i.hc A n t a r c t i c . Captain H. H. Railcy, Byrd'.s pc-v- sonal rc'in'escntative In N«»w Voi'K, said, howevei'. that ho did not .,'-;ik'Yo upper I tho -xl5edition was in i m m e d i . - t e ! d a n g e r . " A d m i r a l llyrd'g present position is o.xacrlly t l u i l o f - a I'oo'l. wise 'oin- m i j n d c r .i;ilJir,R- p r e l i m i n a r y pre-.';ri- l i o n s fo'r th,= j..;,i: e ty of a numerous ;tad i i n p o - U i n t e x p e d i t i o n . " Railey s a i d . " W h i l e il is t r u e t h a t the-oxpactaion' i.~ not f u l l y equipped lo .spend .·mother.. u - i n l t M - i n t h e A n t a r c t i c , there )H . i n i!nnicdi;H( ahortuge of tho I'oo'l M;JI- ply. Tlifrn is a m p l o f u e l for Vat and for the operation of !h» radio. Thp tniMi are not on reduced ratioi^s. Thpiv:.. Is no i m m e d i a t e ' prospect t l i n t t h f y w i t ! be. Tiu-y ;\ix well etotlv.Ml, R y U n l t J i l Priss. C H I C A G O , J a n . 2 4 . -- H a n d c i ffod to L i e u t e n a n t . Tom T'enton of ( h F J ei»n- sylviuiia State Police, I r e n e Sc i r o e d c r c o m f o r t a b l y housed " sp.nl 35 m i n u t e s In Chicago t.,day. j Tho urg ;, !U , )lessagcs w n t , , leaving b e h i n d the c o n v i c t i o n ami.iis; j s , !t , e n-.parl.ment to the Am-.-m-ui police a n d newspaper men ilia- 'Mile's j i c g B t l o l l ,,, Osl0i X o r w . l v ll(iwev ,.,. p l e n t y s m a r t . j assnno.l t h a t Bvrd's f o o d ' s u p p l y was The woman w i t h G l e n n [w;-ie, her .. v l p l l l a l , , xhallsler am i ''? ^sed sweetheart, i» being r e t u r n e d tc. Penn( h n , ,,,,,,,, , ,, , , , - ul -- tl1 -" i l l - i n t r a l l n f ,-ine,-., !!,.,,,, g h o i j l d C|BI FOUR CHILDREN PERISH, TWO HURT IN FARMHOUSE FIRi Conlrilnitiori Of Hkrli His Honor. Toivnrd Kroction -Jj(M)l Nnino.d in U»ip From | gross has beon mado in uvory yccUon of the country w h e r e the suggetitlon has been put into practice. MURDER SUSPECT IS TAKEN TO EBENSBURG GHEENSBUUG, J a n . 24.---Carl Crow- today was luvned over to State Police f r o m C ' a m b r i a county, who were tako him to K h e i w b u r K , whore. It saUl. ho in^wanted on a charge murder. Crow was a r r o K t e d ,7{vnu«ry 10 Ltttrobn without a w a r r a n t and held Uiore u n t i l today wh«n ho was b r o u g h t into court in an n t t n m p t to guln hii3 freedom m a habeas* corpus w r i t . to of in By U n i t e d Prcs-i. iiONDON, J a n . 24.--( laronce C. Ha try, charged with f r a u d In the meet sensational stock market scandal in year's, was sentenced to 14 years', penal servitude today. ilatry a!st)| %'as sentenced lo five years' penal ' servitude and two years' i m p r i s o n - i rnent for conspiracy, the t.vo terms to i run concurrently with the 14-yoar] sbiitence. . Matry and his three companions, Kdinund Daniels, Albert E Tabor and John Graham Ooodfellow Olson, were found g u i l t y of f r a u d u l e n t financial m a n i p u l a t i o n by a j u r y in tbe Old j Bailey today. Conviction of tho four financiers f o l lowed announcements by all defendants that they had decided to plead g u i l t y to tho charges. C o n v i c t i o n of H a i r y completes the crush of one of tbe most sensational figures in the world of finance of modern times. Collapse of raven groat corporation! 1 ; controlled by aim brought, about a loss in 'ho market value of Hairy stocks of approximately $40,000,000 when the b u b b l e burst, last September. Harry is only -HI years o l d a.nd was considered to h a v e a penltiB for {organisation and f i n a n c i a l generalship. \ When Ha try wan arrested figures showed n deficiency of inoro t h a n ?G5,000,000 between l i a b i l i t i e s and assets of his companies. Two Killed as Still Explodes , At Oil Refinery By U n i t e d I're.sH. K1UNOVA, W. Va., Jan. ,2-f.-- Two. men were Idlled ;unl live injured or bunted today w h e n i\ still at tho 'L'ri- Stato R e f i n e r y here exploded. The cause wa.s not l e a r n e d im-nm- diately althon.gli it waa believed u friction sparlv wa.s Fa flier and Thret', Others Sccoiirl-Story OVERHEATED STOVE CAUSi: -Specl'il lo The Courier. MOUNT P f / K A S A N T , ,1'nu. 24.--The board of e d u c a t i o n on Tuesday received a check for $05,000 from K t - B k i n e Rauifiay of B i r m i n g h a m . Ala., \\\'A c o n t r i b u t i o n toward the erection . o f t l i p lown'i! n e w liigh school b u i l d i n g | i i ) K a g l o H f r e o t whicli w i l l soon bu · reiuly for use, ; . The gift to tin* school district was ! Uag-ne I made aev-eral m p n t h a ag-o, by Mr. ; odicer. Rarnsay, a former resident of tho j Tliu two, Who havo, carried on I town, in whose honor the school is to j honey-sweet conversation d t i r i n ; their i-bo named Ramsay High School. ' ' ' ' .. sj'lvania to lace charges of m u r d e r Hi connection w i t h t h e k i l l i n g of a highway patrolman. They arrived '.IBre nt j 8 A. M. from Phoenix, Alia., w h e r e ! they wore captured and remnmccl tiieir j j o u r n e y at, 3:25 A. M, '! I r e n e stepped f r o m the. Hock Island ' train, s m i l i n g :i wide smile - o r llm : l i n e u p of photographers, r e p o r t e r s , police and c u r i o u s spectator;:. \ Slio peered out. f r o m u n d e r a b l u e ) bat. w h i c h covered .her b l o n d h a i r and .shadowed h e r face. She waa m u f f l e d In ;i black c u u t . The w o m a n appeared \ t i n y iilongside r./iK.iitcnant Feii-nn ;tl- thoiigh lie is o n l y a m c i l i u i i m a n . was h a n d c u f f e d to a n o t h e r By U n i t e d Press. OTTWAY, Ohio, Jan, 24.-i-Four chi - dren were burned to death, two othni i were injured when they j u m j i c d f r o : i a second-floor w i n d o w aiud si?, eacapc I u n h u r t when lire swept, the I.awrent i Perry f a r m home near her today. The tiro broke out w h i l e t h e 1 i children .and their tatter and -motive · were Bleeping.- An overheated stov · ou the first floor of Ihe frame hous waa .bfllievcd responsible. Thos i b u r n e d to dRat'h wore Raymond, 16 Elsie, 1(1; Elinor, eigbl, and I'iesBlt. six. M e l v i u , 20, and Arllnir, lo, aroviBC- in t i m e to escape t h e flames, .fnmpc' from a soiiond -floor window" and th- fonnev waa injured, perhaps tiilallj A r t h u r suftcred a broken ankle. J'orry ineantimo h a t l - b e o i t arousei and, b r a v i n g t h e flam-un, carried Ma-1 lisa, 13, and Martha, seven, to safety Both g'irls were sr.glUly b u r n e d . Mrs Perry rescued 10-month-old V e r n o i Buddy liobhison, '2,'A, wan u'illeil o u t - and fbree-year-Qid Oliver, while Ruts right, and Floyd McCruckuu, 2S, died i sell, 23, and Roy, IS, managed to reacl PITTSBURG POLICE NAB-MAN WHO SAYS HE'S FRED BURKE the nt Oslo, Norway, i _ j asserted t h a t Byrd's food si tii ,ier , " v i r t u a l l y exhausted" ;ll id 1 R n "- i t h a t relief 01 way before February 5, as the A n t arctic, summer ia already w a n i n g . Threo Norwegian ,ind one British w h a l e r are north of the pack ice. C a p t a i n Vermeil, skipper of a f o u r t h Norwegian craft, the Nilsen-Alonzo, last was reported steaming north I h r o U K h t h e pack a f t e r r e f u s i n g t o assist Byrd w i t h o u t specific orders f r - t n i his owners. T'ho w h a l e r s a r e b u i l t for P i t c h J?!itis ar- the a b n o r m n l pack icn cotj- d i t i o n s now p r e v a i l i n g \ v u u M impo'-o on any vessel^ a t t e m p t i n g t o smash a eoursp t h r o u g h t o L f f U o America The lieiiter craft of the Byrd 'cxpn- d i t i o n , (he State Department was in- tormod, apporeritly w i l l " b e u n a b l e the passage. The City of N CW York alreaih (.o i reached to h n s trip across the country, a c c o r d i n g to j reached the n o r t h e r n edge of ( h e the olllcers, had li-ttle to say to news- i 1'ack ic;^ w h i c h wns found to bo ;!OU papLM-men. j m i l e s across Instead of the 225 C'UM- "I'm d-eaf and dumb," Irene v f m a r k - ! tomary at I b i s t i m e of the yeaT- I h e A n t a r c t i c corre- ocl w h e n c i u e f t i o n e d . Ofllccrs said the two have nr.-t Eessed to any participation iji tin; N e w latitude. in a few morn-encs later. None of. tliu injured' waa reported h u r t seriously. Oil, ir-eloased by tln Hhattered s t i i J , s-pix'ad over the plant g r o u n d s an-d caiig-ht tire. Considerable damage wan done before tho blaze was extinguished. The blast. Nhfitte-red w i n d o w s in tho office of tho refinery nearby and several .girls were cut by f l y i n g glass. ODD FELLOWS HONOR MEMORY OF FOUNDER tho outdodors. Mr. and Mrs. Perry were d-ownstin w h e n the- f i r e started. Raymond Blsio, K l m e r ^ a i i d Bessie, s l e t - n i n g ' i! a ruar u p s t a i r s ' r o o m , were hopel-eHsl: trapped. Near zero w e a t h e r prevailei and Perry arose early and stoked tin. lire a f t e r . w h i c h he retired agutn. Tht .llamea were beyond control wher. Peri'y a-woke and it appcare'l for ; timo all .the c h i l d r e n nn the second floor w u n l d parish. By U n i t o d Press. | PITTSBURG, J a n . ' 2 4 . -- A man who j a-tlrnitted lo police he was Fred Burke, j notorious g u n m a n w a n t e d in connection with the St. V a l e n t i n e Day massacre in Chicago ami for k i l l i n g ' u ' p o l i c e m a n in Detroit, w a s 1 ' a r r e s t e d here today and WR» being hold while authoritias investigated hi.i confession. 1 The man was .arrested by a North j Side patrolman aftor a striking- taxi i cab d r i v e r told him f h n t the man who i c l a i m s he is ' f i n r l e e 'proposed lo him j lo steal an automobile 'and "pull u Job," Castle case. They like lo t i d k of the ba.ltle with tho Arizona posse, r u n - ning over and over tho s t o r y , and dwelling on each detail. "We could have, killed lots oC people," Irene remarked once, " b u t wo d i d n ' t want to." . . . I r e n e declared she will not plead g u i l t y and the State will have to supply her with a l a w y e r w h e n she comes j crn W h a l l i i R up for trial. D a g u u ' h a d l i t t l e ^ o Miy j Liverpool lias and luifi said little to the ofli'jers-- i into Ross Kea J a n u a r y in con- sponds w i t h a summer month At lh Uyj-d camp today i l u season already ) s fadinp- -\ h slstaiico m u s t K0 t u n d e r w a y ' b v Kei," r u a r y 5 if the party is 10 ' ' Byrd'.s food short supplies are almost gone. l.ONDQN. J a n . t h a t ( h e r o is :i,j occasion for the wifely o f A d m i r a l petlilion in t h e Antarctic * otho)' than uanms. to call Irene uid'.mrliiK according - CONFERENCE ALONG SMOOTHLY, STIHSON SAYS On t h p ^ for alarm Hyrd's ex- 'he S o u t h - o n i p u n y c," to send a s h i p lo b r i n j r t h e p a r i v on! -. ! ,, . !0 . lllt 1J nil.v Oironicle. , n »': ;rir.'d to fm' (;C i ;i iiass-i"( ] tiiroiigh-tlu; i cfi ," N . c . w ., (t ' '.'^ \ rector of [hn company is f l u o ted n. · saying, "our ships w o u l d be Besides that, \v e cl; _ f n o u r 'H foi- [WESTMORELAND : STUDENTS WIN ; r IN FARM SHOW io noli l a k e a HCI- nous view of, t h e - s i u i . - K . i o n . } view, lhere- ii; no occasion I alarm.'' By U n i t e d Press. LONDON, Jan. 2-1-.--Prbgrcsa -if tin; n a v a ] conference has bc.en s a - i s f a r : - ^ fimi SSmithton to Drop Prepare to Open Trial of Three Coal Policemen I T l T S B V f i n , K l u n k , a s s t s t n i i i W H S 1'lli-k ':ll 1 ' l t t v i s i t i i i i r l - ' r ; i n U i ! i int 1 !:, \V:i:!r i 1 us a n d M a n ' ( i f l i c . i f i n j r f i i ( .'.' T v r r . l \ i . . !·' ! ROUTE NO. 119 WILL ! · BE THROWN OPEN TO TRAFFIC TOMORROW S c o l t d ; ; U - . ( i r e L M i H h u . ' N o . l i f t , w i i i i;o i h r o v t i i i n o i 1 ! o\v. J ; t n u : i r y 2 - sic l''i';i!iic \Var; s are ,u- 1 i ( i i J o h n Jtar- i r u a r y I n , l!tL'!i. ' u l i i r i - : u r i i i n a v - r , i t u ; i ' r i In.;! T: - » ! : n i p i f t ^ i ; .^ " r i ' · h W o r k 'Hi t h i s si r e l . ' a b o u t a u i o n t l i itiio, The im-prov, i n o i n w t i i M - i l in I lie v i c l n i r y ( | vln-i f I hi 1 r t i a d \v:i.; rr- wil'li a i;i-;ul'. cro- A d m i K r d | J l r i s i-t !)(bai.-a of S . d m i n e d t o i h o t r n e n i C ' h n r l r f i | Odd FeHowc of t h e .city Utst j paid honor lo the memory of Tliojimw | Wildoy, f o u n d e r of the order ;iu Anier| lea,: at a aefleion held' in observance of ; t h e ' 1 4 8 t h i i n n i v e r a a r y of his b i r t h . j T l i o mcqlliig was held in the Odd Fel| lows Hall in Kact Crawford avenue, i w i t h about 75 members in a t t e n d a n c e . ! Kov. Elmer A. Schultz, phstor of ( l i e ! Uniletl B r e t h r e n C h u r c h . was the j speaker. Ho lwelt. on . l i t e lite and i worl: of Wll(1-y. Talkti w e r e made : also by h. K. finho;!- and Dr. I'Javitt, the '.utter of Melci'di't, ,:\ m e m b e r . M u s i r was p r o v i d e d by a ( i i i a r l u t . iimde ii|) ot H a r r y i . - o w e t l e n . f,'. h'. U u r k l i a i ' d t . t'leoi'so M a y and A i r . ; M i n e r . | /· I ' r e v i o u s fn ' lu [ t l i r e o c a i i i l i i i ' j t i ' K ! t l i e I l i i r d a i i ' l l:iia l n \ v p h i p . Gas Rate Protest H is undei-slood that the citizens ot Smith ton i n t e n d to w i t h d r a w their protest against the rate, set by the Greensboro Gas Company w h i c h I'uv- nislics i'uel to thii-t" coriituitni-ty;' . Snritliton as well as Joannettn, Donora, Charleroi, Pittsburg and otli- er sections) made c o m p l a i n t - to the Public Service Commission over the rates. Jeannelte c i t i z e n s w i r e ...'the first-' to d r o p the protest., beini; flee! w i t h ( l i e gas fate w h i c h ' i s eight cents ' l o w e r than that in Pittsburg. ; i ! i n i v e r . - : i r y iic#eim : "·ore p u t t h r o i m b ' dc^reo of DM 1'iA- The Weather Hy U n i t e d Press. MAKHISBURC!, Jan. 24. -wore distributed at the a n n u a l State, Farm Products Show today among Mio boys and girls who.competed from tho vocational schools oil '.the Stale. Pour boys- atml two girls won the, $100 scholarships " A w a r d e d by t . h o c show commission for the highest hou-' or« in the state-wide deconslration , content. · ] Westmoreland c o u n t y wrm the o n l y - c o u n t y to have (wo w i n n e r s in this ' list. '. Wiiiheivi" -iiicluiicK.!: J'os«ph Reiibel, Derry t o w n s h i p , j VVestiu-oreland; and Emily JSrickson, j Weat N e w t o n . . . ) In this contest a m o n g the school ; satis- ; ctvKlcnts who received books as nriy.eB j was Vera K e l l y , West Newton. j . Tiie Blain school was awarded tlm ' Stato, (.'humlior of C'omnievcc placiuu. If'ji-m T o w n s h i p V'ot.alion School, Y o r k , \v:iv I'-sccond: I S d i n b u r g Scho-o!, ' WASHINGTON. Jan. 24.--Owner» of the British w h a l e r S o u t h e r n Prince SUggMiicxI by l] le S( .,, e J} 0]lar , moi]I u p o H H l b l c relief vew^o.l for tho i lory aiul encouraging, Secretary H e n - [ e x p e d i t i o n in A n t a r c t i c a liavo i j ry \j. Stimsoii a n n o u n c e d rodiiy. i A i n b a H s a d o r Duwe-s in ' K v e r y t h i n g done by the d e l e g a t e s of j were w i l l i n g to t h e live powers, who luivo been in al- \ Byrd if it is i most c o n t i n u a l p r i v a t e session:, in j safety of t h e i r ' a d d i t i o n to ono b u s i n e s s m e e t i n g , | :_ 'i seemed to meet w i t h KPimral a ] ] i r - ) v : i al of all dele.iral.ioiis, Stimson to:d t h e . ' p r e s s a* a u o n f e r e n c o at St. . I U I I I " H J London t h e y "Hear A d m i r a l compatible w i t h ihv i»hl|». Palace. LABOR RETIRES FROM BANKING FIELD WHEN MERGER TAKES PUCE WHEN CAR IS WRECKED .. . Special to The Courier. UNIOXTOW.V. J a n , 24.-- A .-ieda.il waa wrecked but its d r i v e r 1'tu -lolph Faynor of D n n b a r , escaped injnr." la.st. n i g h t on the c u r v e on t h i s KM Hog-sett's Cut w h e n Joe K n t o r ComrqUHvillo -lost, control of hia I a m i i.-rashod i n t o t i l t ; !·'; o f ; if · sedan ca r. Sl;«.t« oni to a p p e a r T:'!0 o'clock I) Krio, , t . h i i x l ; h'.dinhoro 'I'owihiliiii ( V. W r i g h t foi 1 » i!, (ii'iU'n-(! y e v e n i n g al: l'V A l d o r i n a i i R ) l / c r t lU'iiriil).', on ;i cl a I'KH l.oc.i'i! snows a n d warmi.'i- i n n i g l i i and S a t u r d a y \. Uic- noon v,-v.n-ho I'o.rccaKt. f o r Western I ' e m i : y l \ a n U i . School, W e s i n i u r e l a l i d , f o u r t h . West. X o u ' t o n H i A ) i School of West- m o r e l a n d c o u n t y w o n t h e llrHt p r i / e i n t h e homo economics d p i n o n f i t n i i i m i c o n l e s i . of reckless i l r i v i n s , Tlie Faynor c-ur o v o r t i t n i e j ! i l e h l i f t e r I J I M U R .struck. · been i for i r O n t h r n n n o i N rnai oner.iUuu this u u d - morr.i Virv, The Fire r i o p n r l m w . i t was 'ii!ip.! nm ' f j i . n a rir.mnfi.i; I In.) a I the honie of M r s . ft ! M i ' r p a r i ' t A l i d v i d p o in K f i f - t Knyei!i- ' sLi'cot. this moraine .M.'i.viniiini M i n i m u m Mean ., House Sold. l i - r n o m d o u b l e hou.Ho i n f - f y l uif has I I B U I I i3ol(! by Mt'e. :i «£ UtWUMr.i-u''to Mrrt. A n n a lotto. I t t i n i i U i i i i i l i l s G«!l- SKi.OOO. ; DAYTON, J a n . 2 4 .--Two Inn · olio 'armed w i t h a n u i c b i t i c - j i i i n ; i.hc o t h e r w i t h n B l i o t p u n . b.?!d : s a v i n g s b a n k hprf s h o r l l y ;:!'IM- il. i oiipnpd t o d a y and i?»«'ii^^ w i t h !ic,;s ; i estimated at 518.000: Press.' C L K V E L A X D , ' . J a n . 2'1.-- A '$23,000,- OOU b a n k merger wbi.ch banker.s interpreted in, m a r k i n g the r e t i r e m e n t of labor from the banking lieifl j n tho Kusineei-.s National Bank was announce! bore today. O r g a n i z a t i o n of t h e Citizens H a n k Trust, Company O f Cleveland to Mo HIM Kngineers N a t i o n a l N o t t i i i B h . ' i m Savings O a n k i n g Kat- ! C o n i p a n y n n - t t h e Ouaranty Stale i S i . l x i a u C c i m p a n y , ;U^o of Cl w;!,- iiunounci'd iy r. S who w i l l head !.)n.- unv i-nsl.hu- lion. Tln^ Kniuii''«i-i -Iniul; w;',-i foiunlcd in liJ2ti by i h u B r o t l i f - r h o o d of Locomotive- Kiitfineei'n and was one of the- firut labor banKv: in tho country. Appendicitis Olf:ntHriii. Karl Shpi?ix of Cijnui'l I. u n d r r w n u n n Appcii nt tin? CoinoUavlH* IlosDltal tuls i

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