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January 27, 1930

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PAGE TWELVE. M O N D A Y , J A N U A R Y 27, 1930, State Buys 132,000 Acres of Forest in 11 Northern ®- Prison Record May Bring Cook Fashions C r a v a t Scarf S p r i n g Forms Xew Tics. H A R R I S B U R O , Jan. 27--The largest forest land purchase over made in ' h e 1-iatory of Pennsylvania was closed .in January 23, by tho State Forest C'omm'iS'Siion and th© State Game Commission whereby tho Commonwealth acquired 182.000 acres ot forest land at $3 per acre. Tho cost, Including title work, BUI-VOJS and other acqnlsi- Mon expense, brings tho total to con- dderably over $400,000. Joint announcement of the, successful termination of tho Jiegot.atlons wae made by Secretary Charles K. Dorworth, of tho Department of Forests and \Vaters, who la chairman ot tho State Forest Commission, arid RoEe E. Leffler, president of the State Game Commission. The newly a c q u i r e d land will be allocated on the basis of 70,220 acres to. the Department of Forests and "\Vn\ers i and 61.010 acres to the State ( i a u i e j Commiffiion. The- land wos purchased f r o m tho C e n t r a l Pennsylvania Lumber Company and la located In 11 counties in the State. The area allocated to the Department of Forests and Waters ifl located in eight different counties. The negotiation for j o i n t p u r c h a s e by the State Fo-est Commission ami the State Game Commission was considered for nm'pement was conference was held at w h i c h Secret a r y Dor w o r t h . State KoroHter Joseph S. Illicit and I r v h i W. Gleason. chief of the Unreau ot Lands, representing Lhe Department of Forests and Waters, and President Lefflor a n d W. G a r d Conklin, chief of (he Bureau of Land j ruul HcftiKPs. of i h e State Game C«m- i mission, and U. (!. BrowiH-H. pi»««tlont i of the Pennsylvania 1.umber Compmiy I were present. | The 132, DCO a c r e s i n v o l v e d are l a - j -- - cated in S u l l i v n v t , Potter. Kile, C a m - ! CMdNTOW.N, .Ian li"--Tlie ( t u a r - eron. CleuiTield. C l i n t o n . I.ycomiiiK. i tt-rl.,' meeting of the ., u n l o r i(ed Cro««s TioijH. Wyoming, l i r a d f o r i l and .Mr- j School CVimmittee w is lielcl J^riday Koan eountie.s The p o r t i o n allocated j e v e n i n g at c h a p t e r i i e a d q t i a r t e r - ; in 10 Ihe D e j K i r t m e u t of Forest^ a n d ! the Kayette Title i£ Waters ii; located in C l i n t o n , C l e a r - i w i t h Ali.ss Helen N ( rnor^ than a year, b u t , f i n a l not reached un'til a It has been learned, though not yat officially announced, that Dr. Frederick A, Cook, the Arctic explorer, has been recommended for parole at the board meeting which closed the January session at tha old United States Penitentiary at Leavenworth. He is -tervine a fourteen-year tonn for using the mails to defraud in connection with oil stocks. By I-'HAXCyCS PACiKT ( C o p y r i g h t , !!).'}(), ,hy Stylo Sources) \KW YORK, J a n . 21.--Whichever way tho 6carf will be worn t h i « spring it adheres to tho oblong- form, o u t classing t h e t r i a n g l e s and .squares of i p r sea-sons. Many of thcfie scarfs aro of I he flilk f a b r i c o[ tho blou«,c, o t h e r s aro of tho :-una woolen as tho suit of sport t y p o or in c-oats t h a t rnatcli the lining, A t r i m m i n g Rtich ais a border or stripe of t h e patterned fabric- w h i c h enters more largely in the construction of the costume )fi use-d, and even more positively acclaims the accent on self- fabric scurfs. Plain crepes are u s u a l l y be-iMt with toucher! of tweed--the f a m i l i a r formula in suits--or If tho'-o i-3 a p r i n t e d silk "blouf.0, the scarf id printed too. j It is Goupy who lies tho acaff I n t o I a eoft bow .at tho- f r o n t , a y o u t h f u l procedure In most instances. These silks nre- usually soft BO that they can be tied in bows of knots; one- exception is tho tie of taffeta, w h i c h changes tho soft bow into a p e r k y butterfly affair. N a t u r a l l y tho" reinstatement, ot tho u n i t a u t o m a t i c a l l y puts new life into the a c a r l and changes Us anpoct f r o m the fliuUTy sort of thing which con- t r i b u t e d ' o n l y a line of color to tho open coyt collar, to t bold · nival \ s h l c h o''teu establishes the the suit. note of JUNIOR RED CROSS ACTIVITY OF COUNTY REPORTED AT MEETING fie-ld, Cainer;)!!, E l k , Potter, Ti.oga, Sul- prcriidini;. and LycomliiK counties. The. j ing «i tim This w a s C e n t r a l i'onn.sylvania Lumber f'om- j pany, w h i c h has been a m o n g tho largest l u m b e r operntors in rennsylvania, achieved a n o t a b l e r e p u t a t i o n for p u r c h a M n F ; i i u a H t y timlKM' lan!«. The purchase eomple-tHl is regarded afl one pin t i c n l a r l y n c l v f i t U a s c e o u s to the Common w e a l t h in the matter of price per ,icre, and alno t h e | t i a l i t y of )md for t i m b e r p r o d u c t i o n . ( J n v r r n u r Fisher lias followed Die n e g o t i a t i o n s d u r u m the past year w i t h Ihe closest pe-i-vinal interest n i n l ox- ]i'p -»jel e n t h n s i i K t k a j i p r o v a l when i n f o r m e d t h a t the loal had Uo'en M e m b e r , of the R t a ' e Korc«' f o l l o w i n g t h e i r m e e t i n g , called upon the C,overnor to express t h e i r a p p i eolation o f h i s h e l p t u l cooperntiou. i n ^ e l i u s held in tho A complete- report a n d a c t i v i t i e s t h u - i \\i\ti presented by Ml as.Histiint c h a i r m a n , r e p o r t t h e r e a r e cure t t e C o u n t y .Minor It 2l schools of t : i r y am! U. hl;b total of ;:2,"',)i p repoi I i n c l u d e s To ihe, U. S t h i l l i c o t h c . ."»Su card--), 7li Chrinlma.s p o n n d s ot honu'-inad l u d i a i i p a r t n e r ! 1 h i ) I t u t c h h i M ) i i , S m i t b f i e Trii-t b u i l d i n g i r r o l l , chairman, t h e t n s t gatlior- ·iincc a d i n n e r f a l l . ·i' t h e e n r o l l m e n t ar accomplitihe-d - J a n e t Hanihay, \ c c o r l i n s to t h i s died Hi the Kayd Crops to drite, hool i, m a l t i n g a The service SCOTTDALE LOSES TO NORWIN QUINT; COMRADES BEATEN B C O ' I T D A L B , Jan. 2 7 . -- N o r \ \ i n , re- parded «^ one of tho o u t s t a n d i n g q u i n - tett, in Westmoreland c o u n t j , i-cored a 20-11' t r i u m p h over the HcoUdalo I ligii School team Saturday n i g h t at t h e R t a t u A r m o r y . In t h e p r e l i n i i n a i y same the Nor- w i n sophomores camu t h r o u g h vith a \ iC'tory over tlie Scoltdale Cnrnradei-, nuulo u p of triibhmen and t The count wu.s ;)0 to '22. The t h e Ve fa vo · ewuiri s. :!40 H o s p i t a l , C h r i s l m a . s and iiO · c a n d y . correspondence: d and Hrownfield Postal tv.rd showe for St. N i c h o l a s ENGLAND'S PERPLEXING MARRIAGE MEASURE L O N D O N , . I n n . -7.--It isn't a n o w ; form of cross word pnz/.le, "ask mo I .mother," or n n . e n t a l maze, b u t mem- I IICI-H o f I h e l i i u i s l i P a r l i a m e n t a r e ; u i l l a t l e r n p t i n g t u f o l l o w t h e b i l l p r e - i s c n t e d bv the l l i v . James Harr, l,abnr ', M. P. The b i l l seeks t o a m e n d t i n | l , w r e l a t i n g t o m a r r i a K c w i t h t i e p h e X ' 1 j or niece, and al.-o seeks to I c ^ n i i x c t l u imivriase of a man w i t h H i h deceased 'vil'e's b r o t h e r ' s d a u p h ter. H i s docoaneti w i f e ' - ; sifter's d a i i L ; h i e r I l l s dow. correripou- l l a l y from father's (-PCeased b r o t h e r ' s m o t h e r ' ^ deceased brother';; wi- dovv. His ciccepaed wife's f a t h e r ' s sister, His deceased u i t e ' H m o t h e r ' s sislor, j His brother's deceased son's w i d o w , I His sister's deceased son's w i d o w , j The b i l l is saul to h a v e tho b a c k i n g of i n t l n o n t i a l m e m b e r s of t h e Labor, Conservative arid Liberal parties and s h o u l d hold i n t e r e s t for wives, brothers, sisters, WIDOWS, f a t h e r s and son. Day to G e r m a n y , lit Igiiim and Holland. I n t e r n a t i o n a ! s c l o o l d e u c e ; Portlolios h i n t t o HaUlolil. Aroford ,im lien Spain f r o m H o p w o o i ; C/t t i u m C o n t i n e n t a l L and Japan from B r o w n ! eld. and Franco f r o m C o n t i n e n t a l - A l l of those bchooU-i r e p r e s e n t Si n t h I ' l i t o n t n \ n s h i p . O ' h e r items i n t i e i c p o r t sliowel r o i n w n b r a n c o f-nl n the C l i i l d i en's lloi-,))ital, \ V a s h i i i K t o i i , I) C . iml t*. H. Ve'i'ians a n d Xaval l f « p i ( a l s , J ' h i l a d " l p b l a . C h r i s t m a s o\iv t : c h i l d r e n i n l a u d u 'icross t i n sen from t h e J u n i o r Kcd Crosft C l u b of J t P t i j a m i n F r a n k l i n Hic;li school .mil dret-ees male for dii I r i l m t i o n tho Jlome Service i C h a p t e r by domestl w i- I of the two J u n i o r H l o n t o w t i . William Lafayette- J u n i o r 1 K v e l y a l . e a i y of Be received h o n o r a b l e m e e t i n g for (heir i Art l'wtor contest Ion.il Headquarterri recont Roll ('all, in from the advanced NEW METEOR FOUND IN TEXAS; UNUSUAL MINERAL P l I I L A D I O L P H I A , Jan L'T. A s t r a n K » m i n e r a l f r a g m e n t , w h i c h is h a i d to have f a l l e n as a meteorite at Beaumont, Texas, February 2-1, 1 C )2 C , is in tho possession o r 'Professor Chaxio'j P. Oliver, ot tho U n l v e r s i t j of Pennsylvania Meteor Society The professor explained ( h a t the p u r p o r t e d meteor is d i s s i m i l a r to a n v previously f o u r i l and Is bimlliir to a diamond, be-'ng clear and of c r y s t a l l i n e structure. It Is beraus-i* of t h i s d i s s i m i l a r i t y l l u i t Professor Oltvw is not detiiiit^ly as-aired - h a t I'he- stone in his poijs-cfi- sion is t h e molpopit-e-. He pxplalnod t h a t w h i l e he has Rood f a i t h in the t u i d e r . It I.s conceivable that the finder missed the- r -a! meteorite and pli k- r-d up Mm° t e r ' e s t r i n l c r s n i l b mis- lii!;e I »Js f u rlil n ir \ i i r h t ( Stopped. Si:;lit t o u u l i n 1 ; 111 ed t m t MJII tin-- -un 1 !!:. u h c i i each i a r t ich t iic i ;n i n \ i - b a N a i n i t of p u t L h H I C V a n d HI h i 111 1 I t r ' . l I ' l i l i I I I ^ \s l i t i n 1 ' a t t a i n !.u · s, ( o\ ·'. r · a m i .ni end u I O l l l t l p . l t C . e p a r t m o n t of tho art tiopartinent'; !?h sfhoola of U n K r a i n e r oi! the igh school arid i F r a n k l i n M hool mention at the m l r i b u t f o n l o I h o o n d u e t e d by Kal- j u ^ t prior to the w h i c h c h i l d r e n grado schools in DEPREDATIONS I 1 ' K C N o r u i u - ~ a ( ) . I h i m m e r Mon: a n ... Ken- 1'etertt ....... - ..... G . .. . l l u n i p l n IUP ........ t! ..... Kn IIP t i t ul ions-- ('a ml in Ozosl!\ for HtiiiKI'cr, K NS'aklo, Swsrlx, for Rntili S c n t l d a i e -- I i H k e n i p St.iuffer Cox . ... V. Kiihli Cor Skein p H u s h l o r , i 'on way ioi Fir-Id Cetera Hush li, Conw.iy. Poul goals-- N o r w i n . ^ S i o l t d u l c , 5 oui ot ."p. Hcli'n'e ~-l'i he. l l a m n i e i , Kerr ICH .'., S t a i i l i e t , otn uf 10; FEAR THE "CANNED MUSIC" WILL DRIVE OUT ORCHESTRAS I'A R I.S, J a n . 27.-- The g r e a t jnansps of o r c h ' j f c t r a i j in the. world may be wiped out by t h e d e v e l o p m e n t of m o r h a i i cal nutsic, a c c o r d i n g to Jea.i G r i m o n d , n o t e d French m u s i c c r f t n K m p h a s i x i i i K that conn r l s iire IJP-- uif,' Kiv'"'i t n d a j in IViris u n d o t h e r p a r t s o' t h e w o r l d w i t h o u t tin- prct-- otice of niuslr'lans, lie t o r s p p s t h e day w h e n people w i l l b e a s t o n d oi i m p c i sonal r o n d i t l o n s as l l v v 'i t h o inoi'ios. I l n Kiiya t h a t o n . p u b l i c is a c c u s t o m e d to h i . t n i i orchost ·« w i t h o u t .seeing i f , t h o i c no l o n g e r be need of imuiy FARM PROBLEM Wolves, Coyotes a n d 0 hor J'rodnlors Tiike Hoary Toll in U. S. RODENTS ALSO BIG PROBL £M liv a recent a c l d n f c s j Dhiof Paul Redington of tho United States Bnre in. o'f Biological Survey st'ri cl a bo anco between profit and loas on the wikl- IH'-o ledger. "On tho loss sUie of I'he Avl) 1-lifo lodger," said Mr. RoiHngt-on, "aro irod- a t o r y animals and i n j i t n o u a roi ents. Tho predators become a stock-r: l a i n g l i a b i l i t y . w h e n " they lo.shoy f a r n and range livestock,, and t h e )'olentii ,vhou they destroy or damage ns;rl:u tura.1 crops and products. The t o l l of livestock taken by coyotes, wohee ,and other p r e d a t o r s i, 'slimaled 1o n n between "0 nnd ,'!) m i l l i o n dollui i an- n u a l l y , and this is o n l y a t i t h e i C llie economic losses iniffereil from rain, prairie dog':;, ground s q u i r r e l s , ] ockel gophers, jack rabljlls, and oflu · rodent:;. The- prml.itory species, ivhen too n u m e r o u s , also tend 10 redm o the a b u n d a n c e ot v a l u a b l e \vikl spec eft In their depredations day Jitter l v on door and othor blj; j;amo and o i itn- p o r t a n l Bpeclcs of w i l d iowl. "That farmers and ttorKrnen a 'e I n - tereeled in tho control work C t h e Biological Survey i.s evidenced 1 y tho c o n t r i b u t i o i i H of stales and otli r co- opcratinpr agencies of a p p r o x f i ' a t c l y two d o l l a r s lor c \ p r y dollar ^pi lit 1y the Federal government in cany iiignH agulnsl p r e d a t o r y i n i m a i s iiml four dollars for every l - n l l n r «;ent In ode-nl control. The :-a\ t n g t , f r o m thesf operations have been s l i m a t e d to ' xcecl JO dollur.s for every d o l l a r I'xpei led. "A fw examples w i l l deinoi - t i a t o the. iiAct-^fvity f o r A ' i U l - l l i C c o n t i 1 . "Sonic years ago- a n u m b e r oi U o c k - incn and f t i r n i p w in A r i z o n a HI f f e r c t l lo-(,es ni l i v e s t o c k f r o m c- yotes, wolves, and o t h e r preciatow, Act regal- i n g more t h a n Mt7i,Ui)0 n year, ii so rue inrilance-i a m o u n t i n g to 10 per i Hit of tho f-eaa'on's c a i f , «H, ;uil lain! crop. A n o t o r i o u s I n 0 ! \ i l u a l k i l l e r in South Dakota, k n o w n u:- the 'Cutter Wolf, 1 before i t s c a p t u r e by ,) B i o l o g i c i ' Survey h u n t e r had t a k f n a t-ol! oi more than $25.000 I n i n ' t l ^ an I had PI raped t h f t combined e f f o r t s of o n n t y h u n t e r * . The m e n a c e of (lie- Kroy w o l f in the U r e a " P l a n K mid w a r n h a s been r l l n i l t i a 1 * d b y i t f r o I me.K-ni c-: tlt'-,'oloiptl by Hi vey. "Farmer, 1 - in I d . t h o [ i n s e r t th ' rod e n t - c o u l i ol o p e r a t i o n s , i r e c t r i iv t h e Biological S u r v e v m i n e d IOFMPS Mom g r o n i i d i , ( j n i r r H « b t h a n ?1,GOO,000 o w l - a b o u t l.noi* ititle-i. House ml: a l o n e ai e ct t o d e s t r o y |U,nui U I M I w o r d i f s t u f f s itnd o l h e r p i o p e i l i n H I P States e v e r y y e a r , a n d n . i l i v i ' I I P ontrt increase I h i - , 11;«-,;; to m n r $300.11(10,001) a i m u n ) l \ . "The H f o l i i g l t M l S u r v t y bc-u pre!afory-aniinal control ope on western sloe 1 * r a n ·!, Inn n all purt-, of the Cn ted States took par;. A n n o u n c e m e n t u is made of tho a w a r d of 10 1 ) per c e p i l enrol!me/nt cer- tific'cMes to :' n u i n b e of district. 1 *, Ap- |u;arlHK on Uie hotu r roll are the loll o w i n s : I ' n i o n t o \ v n . (iirmaii, W h a t I o n I n d e p e n d e n t , V a n d ' r b i l t b o r o u . g h South U n i o n , S o u t h Oonnellsvlllc, Smlthlleld, Xew S.ilpm, i \ l r i « o n t o w n , Kverson, D a w ^ o n , l u m b a r and Con- nollsville French Fiddler Plays 30 Hours P A R I S , J a n . 27.--Waning interest in peanut p u s h i n g , wuft'lo exiting anil piano pounding con ins la tins not yet laid its d a m p e n e d i n f l u e n c e on tcvcriHh. llddloiv. A n t o i n o J^nnxza rocontly c-stab- li.shel a record at Nancy by playing the v i o l i n steadily lor HO hours. He beguiled, however, no a u d i e n c e save a lone justice of th-e peace, a t t e n d i n g in the capacity of official w i t n e s s , and ho refused lo act HH c r i t i c of the f i d d l e r ' s le-chniqilP. W h i l e p o u r i n g out the Kindness and t h e sadness of his heart t h r o u g h b i b f i n g e r s Leiiuxy,:! r e f u e l e d the slackening lirefi of hi'i inspiration w i t h lady and champiipfno. i n a t e l food- I n i t e d ·1 rtni- t h a n n i t s id c:i- Diern on i n ^ e ' i ! cal!:i from ·-,late» to otbei p a r t s of Hie c tin try. The mot-t recont cxtunpionti hm · IHMMI ( o V i r g i n i a , f o r t h e c o i f i o ) o 1 w i l d cats, w h i c h u r n d e s t i n y i n g n a t i v e game-; and to \Vlneont in, M 'hlgan an1 M i n n e s o t a w h e r e u s e f u l w I d - l i f e is being eminnge-i ed by an O V P I i h u n r l - nnc.p of wolvps, i oyoips , i n t IK icats." Trimmed With Pip mg Military Band Concept March 17 The concert of ' h e CloiuicIIbvlllp M i l i t a r y Baud w i l l be presented on St. Patrick's Day, .Monday. M a r c h 37, according to a n n o u ' c e m e n t today by Business M a n a g e r W i l l i a m C. Bishoi) AiidtUor of tho i lost p ( % p u l a r programs as has m a r ' ed tho e u l e r t a i u - m e n P f e a t u r e s of t l i t org.iiitzalion is j beiiiK d r a n n u p . T h e band w i l l a p . i e a r uiuk' 1 ! 1 t h e c l i - t c c t i o n of its p o j i u ,ir liuler, (loorgo C. l l a z c n . Bridgeport Ohiopyle D l t l O P V L K , i l l l l I I M -it I I I , J I Kt.ii 1 1. \v el c i .u tmt ;-'um a n d v l i s % d.i\ r .\li s 1 t a r i y .Mi.-. U ' l l l i a n i !i I r i e a u 1 ! H R i n C K P O R T , J a n . 27--MIK. C a l v i n Smitlcr of U t i l o n l o w n has r e t u r n e d to her home falcr s p e i u l i n g .several (Hi.vd viaitlii}; at the home- of Mr, and Mrs. W. 10. .-Smitley. Funeral »ei'viees for Enrl D e w a y n e Roycr, e i g h t y-earh old, who died at his lunne in I l n m i n o n c l v l l l e , were h e l d W e d n e s d a y m o r n i n g al. 10 o'clock al t h e home of l^s p a r c n f « . M i . and A i m . A l l e n C. Hover. Hev, C. S. Hichard.son, pallor of the 1'Yce I\lctholi.-t C h u r c h , was in clmrtce of t h e .service. The pallhe; rer.s u r r e M p r r i t t IiCHure, J Iowanl l l o i i K h , M e l v i n W e l l y and Kiiyinond Oav.t: H e H h l c s hi.s p a r e n t n . t h r e e *-it»tprj, T h c l m a , K u i l i .inl K s l l i e r ,1 ad t w o h t o t h e i r i , J o s e p l i ' i i u l J/piti'r, ' · u r v i v e H n r i a l w a s m i i d e i n f l r e e n hi i; t ' t ' t n e t e i ' v , i l UTS f l . l b e u s , n i i j i i l h ' y iticcliii,", Your Hand EMBROIDERY ADDS PERSONAL TOUCH Our Art JJepartmeut li:is a wide variety uf fascinating, ncocllewprk and tapestry pictures . . . iv.'W, realistic u n d bcatt- [ j f u l subjects . . . to Imnnonize w i t i i every dec-oralivo color scheme! r l'he simple liimd work can take care of your leisure hourB, inako you proud oi' your artistic a b i l i t y , and give your honle the smart and a t t r a c t i v e touch. Troutmau's lune iiui.slird muiiel.s on display. XA, WliiteDresses for Baby 75c to $2.25 No. 5306--Hemstitched ready made dress of fine quality, white mercerized batiste. Finished with Val lace, hemstitched y o Ir K and sleeves, and hem. D a i n - ty design is stamped for simple embroidery in pastel colors with lustrous boil proof Glos- silfa Jlavon Pour Strand Floss. This dress made in two sizop, 6 mouth -- 1 year. 85c Fascinating Pillows--Cleverly Designed No. 5328--A lustrous green rayon Taffeta p i l l o w w i t h s t u n n i n g flower m o t i f that stands out. boldly againsl (ho t i n t e d black background Stamped for simple embroidery and easy q u i l t i n j ; in black with lustrous boil proof (Jlossilla Rayon Four Strand Floss. Padding for q u i l l i n g and lesson chart, included in tlio package ( M h c r PilJovis , !H- o Hi.15 (Troutmini's--Second FJtoor) -ffl '«" ·--tn 'i "W Tapestry Pictures The Newest Vogue in Home. Decoration. Wasy to make, inexpensive, and up-to-the minute in shape and design. No. 5367 "Collage and Garden" scene is hand tinted in actual colors on can van for easy embroidery in softly blended shades of Bucilla worsted embroidery yarn. Lesson eh,art with each package. ,$1.45 Other Pictures 58c to $1.50 Begins Wednesday, January 29th I n c o m i n g s p r i n g merchancli.se is 011 the way--so out must go surplus stock, odd assortments, broken lines of seasonable merchandise, and articles soiled from display. A sale that tradition has taught us to expect--but with far more interesting values than you would expect. All Charges Made During Our Clearance Sale Will Appear on Next Month's Statements An opportune moment to buy needed articles at savings. If you are a wise shopper you will investigate our values. Check up 3'our clothing and home needs . . . then fill them here. W A T C H T l ' l O S D A V ' S I ' A P K R S . It Means Savings Tune in 01) t l ) ( ? Lowe Brothers' Co. Program Over at -- ( h e n stop at our ollicu tomoi'vow antl R'ot Lowo HI-OB. 1'rco booklet on \ Home Decorat ions. So. H t h SI. IMion« '-! , 27 ?^ - Tuesday - Wednesday Tops all » r e \ i ( i u s ;iir ( l i r i l l e r s IM ."i,000 feet!" · »M Y o r U I l a i l y .Iflrror, Sour Id tlie heights of d r a m a f n l i e HIP air! All-Talking' Kox J V I ' t ^ k ' f o n c U o m a i i f f - M e l o d r a n i i i of d a r i n g hird- moii cdiiies l.o ffiu j n t i t h e t h r i l l o»' a life-time. \ V H I i , f i h n ;nr- rick, lleleii C'liaiidl !', Oiibeii i;merj. Jtirecl from $2 run al dluiely Thentre, Xc-v Vorlt, Thursday - Friday - Saturday Here he is - t h e s m a r t A Ire « h ghcs a(hicp ^ h e l l i c r i(\ \ i a n t c d or n o t . A ne» l j | r oi' coined} c l i n r a e t o r for (he a l l - t a l k i n g ; screen. K's I'jinutioiuit. ITs A l l - ' t ' a l k i i t i r N 'y il/.UE. LI fS HUTU A H K C l \ V l i n e a uT p l p l n r ,u ll.sct! as I r i i i i n i l i i j . ; on tilts p i e t t y fd t i i l s r u n k tin H . H i l l i e D tiu'J u f i l l T l i u V - N l i . i p i ' l n e i i i l l n o la lUR'c!, w l l l i u t i n y l i e tu 111! H|I Th . ciiffa ivre t ; i v e n :ui i n l r r c s l in;r 1 1 1-1 ' m o r i t . mid Hie effect ol' li.inibns:, con 1 p o i n t f i in i h i - f i n n t t ; f l u e In Th M i n t ha. 1 - I ) H ' no v I n l l i i " t h - i h p h t P K d i p in tin- Inc the tittu, also, lo finished w i t h find Purse Snatcher Robs Uniontown | Woman; Gets $19 I M 1 l i l t . ' d F i * r i ' l T H B l l K ; , J a n . 27 -- A p u r b e s . i a l i b i r i i ) b b i l Kva (i. \ V a l k i · ol 1 ! i i , ' i i t o w n ol l i e i p u r ^ - H c o n i j i i i i n n v l ' i v h i l ' ^ ·-In 1 w a s v i . i l M n i ; i n HII);M' a i l - n i l " , i , i d M e n b a n t - - i i ' p p t J ' ' n d a v i | 1 1'hu Lljiu; 11'. d ill ntl a u t o m o b l U . 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