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January 29, 1930

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ast JLddition LJ rice Connellsville lr s Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Advertising Medium in the Yough Region, VOL. 28, NO. 67. The Weekly Courier, Vonndrd J u l r 17, 1S70. i S Tlie PiiHy Courier, l-'iiuiidril Wov mlicr IO, 10O2. j J u l y IS CONNELLSVIKLE, PA., WEDNESDAY EVE ?ING,/JANUARY 29, 1930. TWELVE PAGES. NOTABLES COMING FOR BROWN POST DINNER SATURDAY Robert f*. TV'oodsido Among Speakers at Insurrection Anniversary Outbreak. W. G. Keck, Owner Of Bottling Plant, Dies at Hospital FARM INSTITUTE, DINNER THURSDAY AT MT. PLEASANT Five Htffrdnid Members Here In River Improvement Body Robbers Tie Wo man, i ARIZONA DEPUTY to $400 SHOT BY BLOND'S Goal of Chairman Haddock ', From Loan Company EXPECT 225 Will G. Keck, owner and op-orator of the Will G. Keck H o t l U n g Company I or Kecksburg, died i°t 7 o'clock this i morning at the We- tmoreland Hos- i pital at Groensbttrg. He had been a I J patient there for a ^eek. A T" T A DI C"G! ^ r ' K° c ' ? was "6 X c a i ' s °'d- Ho had A. 1 1 AoLilliO lived all his life at Kecksbui'E. U n t i l i 1915 ho was engaged n tho mercantile Nearly -fOO Aceepfancps Rc-| CQbed ni 'oon J'or Festul j I'nvi of Moot. STATE MEN TO BE SPEAKERS ivhich load- Tho 30th f t n t v v o r s a r y oE tho o u t break of the P h i l i p p i n e I n s u r r e c t i o n , on February -1, ISSifi, will he celebrated by Walter K. Brown Post oC bne Votorans o£ I-'orcigu Wars at tho annual dinner Saturday evonluK. February J. in tbe iosl rooms in N o r t h Pittsburg htreel. of which there w i l l bo a, num.ber of notables. Speakers for the evening will include: Robert G. Woodsldo ot l^itlsburg, past commandci -in-chief of the V. F. W. MIC! coiitrollir of. Allegheny county. Aaron R. liarcltie.!- of Williamsport, ·onior viur-conimander of the- !e- DartTn-ent of P e n n s y l v a n i a of the V. F. \V. n o p r r f i o n t u t h - i * S. A. K e n d a l l of M-eyorsdiilo. John K n o x ii'alte. -oi:r l Utry of the C ' o n n e l l s v i l l e Uoiird of T r a d e , a v e ' - oran of tlt« S p n n i h War. Judge C'. D. Copoland of (Sree-n.-buri;. Senator Harry J. Hell of THiwson. John H. I5luf;haru of P i t t b u r g , past de-part nient ronmuuider, Tho foregoing will be l i m i t e d to five minutes each. There w i l l bo a n u m b e r of other shorter t a l k s . Thoso speakers wili i n c l u d e K. {,. f ' l e m m e r of i;ro\vnsvl!le. c o u n t y e n g i n e e r ; Or. S. A. J J a l t z of Un- l o n t o w t i . (.!. H. Sunderson ot l ' i t t b u r s . past c o m m a n d e r of William M e K i n l c y Corit of t h a t c t t ; K. I). Ktc-tiimau. Jr. Of Fayotte C i l j . ik-puty chief of start of UK- O e i i a r t m o n t of I'eiiiiriylvanta. '('he d i n n e r - v i l i be served ai. " o'clock b ;i t o m u n t t e o of the irfidies' A u x i l l a v , s s i t h Mi^. J C . l U r w u - k a-'i i - l u i t r m u n . Po.«l C(;inrn;uider Thomas .\. DsuKv w i l l be toanl m,i.t"r J. f. ( I c r w i f k i« c^iM'rai h i l r r : i ; i i ! of a r r . i n g e m e n t - tor t h ^ e i e n t . it is oxpeck.! t h e r e u i i i be ; i l K : u 22, r i persons .it tile d i n n e r LOCAL GUARDSMEN WILL ATTEND EVENT HONORING FULLER business w i t h his f a t n e r and a brotli- er. At that time lu established the bottlins; works and h ui ween bis bnsi- nc-ss grow to larpo proportions. ITc was a member of the Masonic Order at Greensburj ; also of the Knights Templar at tho same place and was a t r u s t e e of St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Trairrer. lie wai; also chairman of the r-enic-tery committee of the sanio church. In a d d i t i o n to I is widow, M r s . Sarali Keek, he is survived by live children, L r u h , M e h i i , Dan and Vernon, all of. Keeksbur % and Miss Leola at home. One bro her, ICdwatd, o£ Kecksbui g, also aui vives K u n y r a l a r r a n g e i n e n t . 0 have boon c o m n k t e d . OLD-STYLE VOTING AT PRIMARY; MAYBE IN NOVEMBER, ALSO H p » ( l a l to T' e C o u r i e r . rxiON'ToWN. .In i ·_") -- K a s e t l u c o u n t y w i l l h a v e tn old-fashionod p r i m a r y t h i s y-M' vith none of the "now fari/, r lod" \ i t h z mitchinc-s boin3 ^ Cleaned at tho ·s' office today ot boon mark- for ot tho macihinc-i dabJ" h f \ o n d th" 1 ·e t u n (If l l i--. ' h i ' machine* w i l l eloc- in ops count} No provision h.it t h e p u r c h a s e of an w i t h no money .a; current n i a i n t o n a r . d o u b t f u l 'f ,uiy »f be i n nnt* for N o \ e n lion 1'prhapii oiif of t 1 cc.-sary. It \\a.s d .-· niibruoner 1 - 1 oflii t'. v a n u m b e r of p r e c r of t l i e v o t e now i* I t \ s a ^ I n d i r u t e d - l o u t rs w i l l prob.ibl i | u a n t i ( y of tlie mac i h i i h obviate the 'i issue. Doubt w '.\j .'M,UC, even for a 101 be carried at t h t - ' i p first thingii n o - ' .iri-d at UK- com- | i l ! I*- to rediht.ru t i t-- where tht- niro \ t n inoly h e m t h a t t h e c o n u n i f p u r ^ h a ^ c a n m n l l inc- at a t i m e iiml co- n i t y of a bond i ··{·SSMI t h a t a bond 1115 muc'uine, oul i me. Special to The Courio- MOUNT PLEASANT, J a n . if).--At noon today 360 acceptances had been received tor the diniler tomorrow at noon at the Bank H u l l , which will be a part of (he farmers' I n . e t i r i i l e arranged under the auspices of the- Mount Pleasant C h a m b e r of C'otn- moree w i t h tho rooptM-af ion 01 f a r m e r s ot the region. Also c o o p e r a t i n g in the i n s t i l u t ( . and d i n n e r are tlio Westmoreland C o u n l y A g r i c u l t u r a l Kxton- ,-doo Association, S t a t e College and ! the P e n n s y l v a n i a State C h a m b e r of | Comtnei ce. | The i n s t i t u t e will open al 10:1.')! o'clock and c o n t i r n u - m u l l 1, with t h » i n n t | d i n n e r s a n d w i c h e d boMvwn. j \ V l l b r r K. Molten of thi" .State ( ' b u m - ' j ber of C o m m e r c e w i l l be .the jppjiUer , at the d i n n e i . Fruiak B. U a r n h a r t sMll · h? toas m a s t e r . Npltion I'ooi'baiisl). c h a i r m a n of i h ^ 1 a p r l c u l ' u r a ! c o m m i t t e e 01 t l i e ( h a n i her of cotnnieree, and M. H (ienrso, ! i h a l r m i i n of ttio m e n - h u n t s ' tee, and thc-ir f e l l o w t w o r n ' n m i t t e r ;, v, il, tion co n m i t t e e M r H a r n h a i t , w h o w i l l pr ] the i n s t i t u t e , a n n o u n c e d tint j make k n o w n i - n n i i j i l t t c i 1 1 for | c u l t u r a l f u » r lo b; Ih Id d u r i n l a n d foi the c u r b m a r k e t I Tlie? detailed program ! i Mornintf St-vsion. 10- it -Ovt't'ini'i ; 10 ,10. a d d f ' * · * ,md i i n v o c a t i o n , Uov I ' u v i l T S t o n c M f t r , , 1 0 . ' i n , r|iiar;et, "Tin T - t i i i r Lads"; , l O - ' I f i , ' H u m e Kcmioiiiu K." M i - s Bo-a' mc- V K.su-rline, d i r c c tor, h n n i p oro- nornic 1 ! dopari.niiiM, \ \ c K n i o r c l a n d An enrollment of 500 C'onnel ', citizens in tho Y o u g h i o g h e u y River | improvom-ont Association is Ih 1 I of tho momborsJUp c o m m i t t e e | is hearted by Harold C Hadrioel '· Tho conrmitte-e, rompo-ed of 2' !ng residents of thli. c i t y , w i l l tho task of securing, th° niemb -rthip i on Saturday, February I. and it if ! ho-pod to hnvo tho 5W perKou.s 01 rolled by Saturday, F e b r u a r y 15. W!T n the campaign conies to a close-. M-c.IOoR.porl and WoM Xr-wto i also ha TV selector) a m";nbprsliip con- -nHtx^e and reports f r o m the t w o i»wor Y o u ^ h Valiev comm-n in ties !i cHcato thai, a rery j;ood task is ho!BE per- formexl by Ihiwe bodies and the Con- nellsviHe raprcsentatives hope to mako a very good showing. Tho personnel of tbe membership is made up of tb« following: Harold C. Haddock, chairman; Mayor H. T). \Onerd, James M. Drls- coll, Thomas A, Dailey, Banks D. Brown, A. M. IIaine», John Kincaid, Oarl Moody, William E. DeKolt. John Davis. i'Yank P. Welker, A r t h u r C. Drown, .Tames !,. Wick, Petrr R. Weimer, W. D. McGinnfe, Charles T, Kcpner, CharVes C. M i f c h o l l , Kdward Baer. H. O. Keagy and Michael Snegar. n. Jan. 2! .--Between .$300 and $-100 was stolen t h i s afternoon vrheu robbers held up and trussed the lone wom-an attendant, til the Union SaviiiKS Loan Comnay. The thugs entered the bank and placed a revolver into the face of the woman. She was tiei up e n d tbe robbers went about ransackiti ; the desks. It wa-ii' believed they wen frightened away before completing their search. It was said that the- bank doee not keop mu c h cash on hand, .t being en ?agcd in diiseoiinUng sma'.l a c c o u n t Danish Diver Still Under Water After 48 Hours; Fate Not Known; TAX COLLECTOR ROHER GIVES DELINQUENTS NOTICMF NEW LAW A i r T i o i n p r u m j i c d f n l u in H o p e Ho S t i l l A i i \ c . A p- .in i - o n i m i i , »r '!T L ri-cr-p. iU RESCUE DIVERS IN AIRPLANES Teachers' Annual Institute Opeas Tomorrow Morning I i I ' l l i r 1 P "· « M O X T R K A i . . J a n . 2 1 -Kor h o u r ; H f t f i ' I't-'rr T r a n c I r n i i s w . i . ItniT'isoni d in his d h l n c - t h e biiitoTti ^t Hie O n l u r d t 'H ( i i i t . i r d e K . t l l h . i h · r- mi 1 w a - t S'.hi.-:!ier ho v as- ( Tin- joint c ' o u n t y A i r r i c i i l i n i - . i i K \ t i - n ' n n A B s o c t a t i m ; 11 ·n.'j, Q i i o M i o u I'.ox, M I K K h t c r l i T f ; I I i'i, " M , i i t i « t c; i r d r n n n ; . ' .1 .V. H u f t l n t r t o n , p p p c l a j i f 1 i n v r i ' i - t a b l e :;ardi*iunt;, I V n n s y l v i i n t . i v i ' a ' i C o l l f ! ? ' , 12: (',"». . ( d j ' i n r n lot t l i n i i i i TMuiior. l ^ : 2 ( t . G r a t e , R e i .1 K d w m I l a r ' - L OF C. DISCUSSES PLANS FOR COUNCIL'S 25TH ANNIVERSARY i m a u : q u a r t e t . "Tlu 1 holo, M r s . ( i i l b r r i I ' Thomii' M r - n « h a n . \\ H u s s e l . tt. Hot-- 1.' :,0, t'luimbc-r of r u r n m c r u 1 and t i n e n d -i L a d - " ; j A s p e c i a l p i - v i ^ t j 2i"th a n n n e r . a t y j t ' o i i n c i l . K n i g h t s of presi n t i d s o m c t i m i of !'' it w IB a n n o u n c e d Mombere of C'Dinpany U and t h e flospital Corps, I loth lleuinifiit. .iro I'oqucsted to meet T h u r s d a y evc'inriK ut 6:30 o'clock at tho tire, s t a t i o n on tho Wcet Side to go in a body to I.'n- iontowu w!ier t h r - y w i l l a t t e n d a ceremony in honor of Scrgcunt Smith Fuller. Fulk'r wat, a rnemlior ot the unit that «r-rvecl overscan d u r i n g tho World War He ia to l»o preenttHl with u tlifctinguished service cro^d for valor uudcr ii l- o In Urhu]ettt Woods in Franco. Tb/9 program follows: Advancement of colors. Master of c'rornonU's, Dr. .S. A. Balu. Invocation. Hcv. Dr. IV'illittm K l a k o , H i u d m a n , chi-.plaiu L a f a j e t t e Pohl \ di 1ut - v ' attcndud tli · n i o e l l n Xo. 51. « " AJy.sic by Lafayette- 1'ost No. ul and J)riun Corps. Altrt-[ W. Davis, j$x-Sor- f, - (\int C'ornpanv I), J l o t h I n t a n l i - y . I n t r w l n c t i o n of d i n t u i t j u i n h e d j;ut'vtfc. K. Mi fJV 1 1 , in of (.'on m e r c e ; a/.i r. ii ;r ti S i . i t f Chanih" I-CIH - s i n n . i l . O v e i l u r c : 1 l-". j i r o v e m c n t , ' ' H. I I im. m:\rkiii? I h e ol ^ o u r ; h i o g l i c n y C o l i i i n b u s , -s i l ! lc d n r i n t ; t h e m o i u ' i I m - s=pri-valisit n j , P e n n n, i i u n r l c ' t , l o w i n i r the- r c p u ' a r ^ p r m - i n o n l h l y biou ot tin. ordain- cition last T h f i ' c was a ^01 oral discussion t h e M l v e r jnliilcc \ n d p l a n s w i l l advanced at I h f n c o u n c i l . ,Iolm I r w and 'J'. V. Lonegan wcro n a m e d on a ulate- a r r a n g e m e n t . J. Hegis Byrne f lOverson, district to assist the silver of b xt m e e t i n g ot tho a, J. J. D a n g h c r t y c h a r t e r members. o i n n i i t t e e to form- ;n a r r a n g i n g anniversary. a program for SMITHTON TEACHER COLLAPSES IN SCHOOL ii .Session. " h a i r y C a ' t S O h n s t f a d !n d a i ' y husband]'} i - M i ' i i 1 K.vlvama Stale,- Colk-se: 2: !i '"('he Tender 1/adV: - .'!5, " I ' d i i l i r y 1'arasito a n d Dihpase C ' l i n r o l , " J o h n Y a n d e - v p r l , s j u c i a l i ^ t i n c h i r f r e uf p o u l t r v - h t i s h a n d r \ ( M e i i ' - H ) n , I ' c i m - h y l r a n i a State (''ollc-sce; i:^". q u e s t i o n box, ·oiidiified !i.i \\' }, Treaser, c o u n t } tij-'eiH, W e s t m o r e l a n d C ' o i i n t y A K r l c i I l u r a l K x t r n s i o n A s s o c i a t i o n , ;!:50, c i u a r t p t , " T h e T f n d e r bads."; 4, a d j o u r n Foi J j - f i i j l i ! h o a r ~ of I m p n for Trail's w.i:. P u- ctl J' 10;'! ' l i e i l n t a r i o I'ajior C't niii.tiu, , ha. ,t p l a n ) at Hie f.ilN. di , Trati 1 .t« s i l l ! I m p r i n t i u d w 1 pnnipd c o n t i m u d (» f o i c c air i diviiu- appar.uui 1 in llio hope n u u l i t bo a l i v e . An dirphuic c i r r y l n ; a n n l h ' .1 ml 11 u - l i t !o i In 1 -I e n e in an i n-.en,' tin- ltii|iris«n(.-(l 171:111, l i i - V t ' d s h i l on 'In p i o i i n d " MMin O u ' i i r d o ''''ill Ih n wa-' u t K k ' i ' M ' ) f d in made to KC; t b r u n , h TIM u s w r n t d o w n Moiuia\ to In fpccl a ( )H had b e e n placed in i h n e c t i i d i w i l h w.Ut r p n 1 , nun '.s hk-ti \\ii-? S M - I I . J ; i DI. H i s i - o m n n i i i i i - . u ' o n in . i,u c became l o n l e i ! on u | w a t e r and n wi ·- i m p KH · to come l(i^ t h " a u r U i ' - e . i t i m o roscue r i l n ' t ^ luue i rc-.h but t h t ) ' far n hd:i (ti-ad or a l i v e d i v e r , n u t .it Vt'l' i l l i v. ord ail or M. I n at cordance with t h e new la.tr ' g-ovoruing the collection of r l f l i n q u o n t [ t a x e s Fre*l Roher, tax cr l!er;or, has i mailwl to thciso who na\ c not cnm- pioted their tax payments a notice j w h i c h says: ! "llndr-r tho provisions cf thr- rc^c-nt · Art of Aftswnbly of M-iy !, 1J2!/, P. L. j 1,084, a penalty of. OIK; ICT '.-ent. in ' a d d i t i o n to penalties nov prcsoribr'-d i by law. fihall be added- n Jiinuarj 1 to all dclintiuout Uxoa on scatcJ l a n d s , and a like pcnalf of one per c e n t shall be adde-d to si-ch laxuS on life, firht o! eiK'h mont'i thereafu-r u n t i l .such tnx^s are paid or u n t i l 1hi» seali'd l a u d s are sold acc rdtnp; to law for the nnn-paynumt of taxes. "The tax colloctor is r e q u i r e d to all hilch d c M n i | U i nt, taxes to n u r i · f t o r t ^ - ' t !)·:! ID beer w h i c h i l i - s t i r Qdi hl.i hat lie r d i v e r I ; f o r t to as be mi! eh in-, but mid bi) A M w h i c h h i u n d e r or lnm · l i l K l t ii prou- i l l l p u b - raiiB ir. tenchcrs' i n e u t u t e of Iho C o i i ' . n - l l H v l l l o city And Dunlmr T o w n s-hip Hclioo! d l h i n c U i w i l l open for a t h r o o |ay b,cnHion tomorrow morning at the- High School A u d i t o r i u m . The event w i l l b- ll'e 19th a n n u a l ono for C o n r i H l s v i l k - '-.choolw and the l l t h an- j r e t u r n n u a l for t i u n b a r township. ,'tlf c o u n t y (;omroi.sflionprs not later An i m i t a t i o n to the p u b l i c to a t t e n d ' l ! lan l h o f i r f i t M o n d a y . ' f Ma ?'' , a " 1 i t h a c o u n t y treasurer is required to a ! j f l l such n e a l i d la-nds o n t h o f l r . s t .Monday of '\iiEiist. foiinwuit;. In secure, t h e p a y m e n t of h i i c h tax. t, c u s i o and WEST PENN RAILWAYS WINNER OF ACC1D11NT PREVENTION TF OPHY A n n o u n c c m e n i lias bt on i irule by all opfn ptvplons is ^.xtondpd, ami .special Friday c v M i I n p program hah , been arrang'-d to ;ncouraK(. tho pree- j e i i e uf rrrii'loiit.s of tho c o i n r n n n i l y . I - N a u o n a l l y k n o w n oducatorH f e a t u r e | the n r o c i a m a , which ar» alo m a r k e d | w i t h e n t e r t a i n m e n t . There w i l l be- in i .Utei.dance 117 tedcborfe of Connoll.s-, villo. inl S."i from Dunbar t o w n s h i p . · Dr. D.-n tl R. G r a h a m , p j o t o r of t h e 1 K i r - i .Mcthodis-t Kpificojxil C h u r c h \ull open the tlr.-t m o r n i n g aofrtion. t Or. H u b e r t Al. Sffiele, president o f , Ihe H t a t e Toacherp' Coliopo ,-n C n l i - ^ t o r n l a , I'a . w i l l speak on "Tins in con- I TP.U-IKT a«, a Korman," ami " P r w r l i c - ' nstriiL 1 - ' n.n 'lll?."ii-»hip in P u b l i c School", ' is . t l i e -iibjeci ol l)r [divert K. Fretv,c-ll, t u n - i nrofo»,or of e d u c a t i o n in the- leach-erh' · colU-L'c, CoHimbui t ' n i v e i ' s i t y . f The i l i t r l i Scnool ijirlb' chortin w i l l i j j-'jv^ a miiMcai p r o g r a m and tho m o r n - ] , inj; rtp-'sioii w i l l end w i t h c. violin solo , i by Kvorea Thoni.i.s. j j At 11 o'clock t h e r e w i l l bp d e p n r l - ' ( i n t ' i i t H l conference*; bolwMn tin: t e a c h - j ! cr.s and i n a l r n e i o r h . s 1 In the a l l c r n o o n the i i i h t i t u i e v ill j resume di 1 i,"i n i-lor-k. "Objective^ o f ' I t h e I ' e i i i i h y l v . i n l n S l a t e Ertiicalional ', I AhHoc*itioii," = t l i e addrei-n o' Dr. i iClnirle-5 H. Koslor, JH r-nid-t'tii i;i SI a t o 1 i Teacher.s' (.'cliche at I n d i a n a . M i h i ^ i j Mary H IxnviV, oli-o of Columbia L'ui- ' i vci-folty, w i l l spwtk on "J.ei ' ' " I t w i l l be to x»ur ; dvaiitagr to pay all dolinquont tax't- now and avoid ihcse Uraislir pona tfe;i and the ( o t u s i n c i d e n t to t h e Hair of t n e l a u d , Tills w a r t i m e IR piven at a m a t t e r uC f o i i r t i t , . v i,n yon fi;r y o i r o w n pro- t( C t l O I l . " OFFICER SEEKING WOMAN WHO TURNED IN FALSE ALARM 1 ! t'Mit I.- p u / ^ l i u i ; t h e A I'eininine voice over the t e l e p h o n e hint un;hl a b o u t it o'clocV 'old of a tire in the v i c i n i t y of North t'Htsbur? and I'each etrfct.s Tho firemen r i o p o n d " ! to d i ' - L C i v e r they w^re M f t l m s of a loax C i i y n e t e c t i \ r V . Ucr U i l c h i o b a b been at-fiigiKil lo make an i n x c b l i g a 11011. A l t n o u j - ' i i t h e r e ai e fi equent i a l s o a l n n i i h t h e y a r e usu.ill,' l u r i i e r i i n f r o m Honu- i.iolaled bo\. a n - l women w h o n-,e the leleplione , re u now do- PARTYSUCCUMBS J'.rother of Sheriff Charles VTriprht*Victim of Wound In Str* ft Battle. STATE MAY ASK IRENE'S RETURN Tty United Press. PHOBNIX, Ariz., Jan. 2!).--Dcputv _ , Sheriff J.,ce Wright, who was wounded in a sun light with Irene Schvoerler, \V. Olwin Dac;u« and .Toe WolH. died in a hospital here today. Wrisht was one of a hand of officers; who t r i e d I n b a i t the blond's wild ilijjhi across t h e c o n t i n e n t after she alleged]} killed a r'enn.sylvama highway patrolman nn t h e Hutler-New Cnstlo road lato in December. Arizona authorities did not t h i n l i Wright's condition was t-priou:- piioiiKh to hold Mm Schroprlc-r a n d Dapno. her sweetheart, a Hoi t h t i i capture and permitted t h e i r e x t r a d i - t i o n 10 PennpyJvania. "Wright wag a b r o t h e r ol" She-nil Charles II. W r i g h t of Ma ri PCI pa o o u n i i and was one of a h a l f hundred men who f o r m e d a ioi-se and gave cha«" .ift-r t h P i n o h a d k i d n a p e d Uepir: Sheriff .loo C h a p m a n when he a F K r d to see tlioir a u t o m o b i l e licciif r c a r d at a gasoline station. D u n u R a b a t t l e in tlio streetf- of C h a n d l e r Ohaoman wru- shot, am! t h r o w n Irom the car Hague allc-K'd! 1 was, driving, ft was in ( h i s fckirur.. u !i t h a t Wright was shot. The t r i o ·*·· i-apcd in r u n n i n g sun b a t t l e rind wen t r a c k e d to the f o o t h i l l s , wlim t h e y s u r r e n d e r e d a f t e r more t h a n 20i shot 1 ! had boon oxclianped, Mnrii-opa author! lies i n d i c a t e d U K ' - m i ' t l - t ask the r e t u r n of If no a m i I "acne I n Arizona to fare immici eh.irses i! they receive a n y t h i n g K-;-s t h a n a Jlr?t degree i n t i r d c v verdu i In P e n n s y l v a n i a . W o ' l s , i n o n n l i m o . i-- hpins; detained here. He pleaded K u i l t y to a charge of robbery ycsl' r- day. He admitted t a k i n g IfS and n sold w a t c h from Ch.jpniau d u r i n g t l . o K i d n a p i n g ride. \ V n j r l i t wa, c shot Hi rou 5)1 ilj" s h o u l d e r .ind in t h e hc.id and imiM-;i of the- t i p p e r arm w h e n he a n d o l i i - oHicer', a t t e m p t e d to r e s c u e Chapm a n , I ' l i j - ^ i c i a n s a t South Bide U o f p l i j l hefij reported Wriclit previously !· id been released, liHivinR the h o s p i . a l two day.- aqo. Fie returned Cor m u l i - t a l aid yesterday. A hemo'-rhago i!c- v«loppci from (he wound in !;i · s h o u l d e r and death occurred w i t t i i i a short l i m e . Revival Planned For Opening New Davistowst Ckird? J H . F. Webb, s a f e l y ( M r e c t o r j West Pen u Sys'eni, that the p r e v e n t i o n t i o p l i y for the en u f t j tt , T h r o u g h Doing," and Ur. Kteek-'s topic! icciclent ul '" " e " f T f l l ' p y . Though Tcachfnjr." ire KVS- j J C n t e r t i i l n m o - n l in the a f t e r n o o n w i l l i UMII for 19'JU I;OP.S to I h o W e - t Feun j be music by the s e v e n t h and o i f f h t h ' Kailv.-ay:; Comp.uiy. j grades of tlio Trotter .School in Dun- C , ot M a r l i n . I ' r f f p i i t J i t i o n tif P. K. Thoma.i \V. D . ' i r a h , citiei ( \ r ; i h Area. Hcnmrk.-., Oi. S. ^\. (iiiliz, ;i m i n d i - r l . a t a v e l l i ' 1'osl No. ,"!. Music- by L a f a y e t t e I'o^t t i t i t r l c u n d Jlriim f'orpf.. llc-tiriiii; of colors. Ma ft, 3rU No. 31 DUTY ON COAL WILL BE RESTORED, SMOOT ASSURES COLLEAGUES J\. A ( i a m b l e of Wehl N e w t o n lapsed l i i b t Thiirsii.iy i n t h e S m i t h t o i i | hcliools, w h e r e he is a t e a c h e r , and i: ' refnirted to he i n a yc-rioiis condilion j Mr. Gamble- is i b r o t h e r of Mrs | J o h n CSaal of Vm strec-t. I T h r o u g h o u t the y i a r t h e contest between the- Wf?t P e n n 'Uiilsvayr, C o m p a n y a n d t h e - power d i v i s i o n of the West I ' r n n I ' o w e r C'ntni m y h a s !)(·· n n u and t u c l i , eacli h.tv ng been Iho w i n n e r in s'N ol Iho mon h l y cou- t o s t K . T h o r a i l w a y s l e d , icwevcr, when , c o m p a r a t i v e l i R i i r e s lor the e n t i r e y e a r wort- c o m p i l e d . Thf aci-ld'-nt p r e v e n l i o n ,'ork all bar t o w n u h i p . MAJOR BLAKE'S ADDRESS DUNBAR' MAN IS REPORTED MISSING Rev G. R. nasgotf of Liverpool, N. V., conferenc-e c - % a i i K P l l a ( tor llic 1 ! M e t h o d i s t Episcopal C h u r r l i , M c K e e b - i port District, w i l l c o n d u c t a .serioh of e v a n g e l i s t i c mer»tin.e-i u n d p r t l u - auspices of tho I n d i a n Creek V a l l e y j t u ij,, a l l , s fl School Association. nnmbe-r and s e v e r i t y . The meetings w i l l be held in the new | - iK \ nKi tor U. shows a .steady over ( l i e by.lom f l a n produce-d svp r e s u l t ^ and hliow-, a d« ( i n c t a d v a n c e MI2S The docfe.l.se in ecidelilh s u b s l a u l i a l rodi ction., in over A r t h u r Fenian, : bar, I'H o Ict't an and weighing H 11 by a u t h o r i t i e s to I ars old, of Dun- l ciglit inchos t a l l p o u n d s , is roporlt-d o missing from his He has not been Daviscown jSvanpellfal C h u r c h , ning on S u n d a y , February 1C. | It w i l l be the lirsl t i m e that I IIP I oh 11 rrli a u d i t o r i u m w i l l ho u^el. It was said t h a t tho d e d i c a t i o n will i ' i n all probability bo deferred for some-1 ! time. The delay is a t t r i b u t e d to the- i fact t h a t the new pews w i l l not arrive for about a m o n t h . tlie same i n c u t m a n i i c b t in Thif, u c o u l i n I rent! of p r e v i o u s oncour- l a t i o n of mprovc- oars. Tlie address nC M a j o r John K. on Hie "(.'iinfiliswilion of the Vonqhio- irhenv" at tho K i w a n i s C'lub today was to most ; U ( v n t i v e l y by the a n d t h e i r jinostH, a n d t h e s p e a k e r was vor,\ cordially cougrtitu- h i s a b l e p r e s e n t a t i o n oC W A S H I N G T O N . J a n . '.".).- S'.uoot of t h e Senate Finance. Committee ha.s a-iiaurc'd sonalord trom coal producim. s t a t e s Unit UK- counter- v a i l i n g d u t y of HO t't-iits a ton on coat w i l l bo rt't-itoi'i d to tho tariff b i l l . The d u t y w i t . Htru-kou out hist wools I homo sinco Monclm. Cluiirman | ne-ard of .siiu-e. I n f o r m a t i o n roj a r d i n g the man is bought by tho fain !y. Persons h a v i n g any knowlc-clKo 01 h i m aro aaked to £?ot In touch w l f h (nfituio of the Peace Harry T. K l l e n b e i i?er at D u n b a r . ThG man Is said lo walk considerably alona }I~rs. Cfirl Blsliop UmlPr inifp. Mrs. J. Carl B i s h o p iinde w e n l an o p e r a t i o n (his; niot'iiins al !i o Union- t o w n H o s p i t a l . She canio o it of. the .uiaoKthetie u n i t was suid U bo in a s.-Ufst'ciclory la led u p o n tho subject. j H a r o l d ('. Haddock, c h a i r m a n of the j m e m b e r s h i p c o m m i t l i u v of the Youi;h- ioghony I l i v e r Iniprovomejit Ahsocia- Lion, d i s t r i b u t e d b l a n k s f o r membership, n i n n y of which \soru signed and r e t u r n e d . Charles T. K e p n e r , president, of the Hoard of Trade, was present aa a guest of Major Blake. at t h e r i ' i n i n m u i H l a t i o u of (he State j tho hiRhways. Depat t m o n t , j The a w u M i d ' t i o n t s t r i k i t u ; o u t Iho d u t y !sJi|iprd t h r o n s l i I h o Senate w i t h out lobite but .sfH.xtor-i from coal pro- duclii'; f - t . i u - ^ i i n i i i e l u i t o t y protested They s.'hl it v v o u U l result in i;iviiiK to Caiiiid.i llie c uil m a r k e t in Now liug- iaiid and boi'f or - s f a t t t Republican leader-, t it;uu'il al an in- f o r m a l c o m e r - n e t - j i t i t e i d a ; t o le^u.re t h e / J u t ; . . Davisto\vn Store Destroyed by Fire; Loss Put at $3,500 SUDDEN SNAP SENDS MERCURY DOWN TO 16 A c o m b i n e d sti. optH'ated bv J a n Das Istou u and M c-d bv tiro at to o c ^ i . M n R u liisb ol I t M'as bc-!UM'd in.utHt f n i n .111 t e a n d l i l l i n s station -s .May. between l e r o i t , wan destroy- ·lock M o n d a y n i g h t , Addressing the. Kiwanis Club at its j t h e m as a w a t e r w a y system ami I h u s weekly luncheon at noon today. Major, to a l l o w passenger and t'rei, ht t r a f f i c J. K. make, secretary of tho Board ot", over large areas cul by 6ti anif, and Trade, gave n comprchoiwivo sum- \ t r i b u t a r i e s w h i c h , t a k e n together, 1 1 ab' in t h a t rh '! l l e a U M l 'ol l l u - · I I ll- i t n o in Iho , storo. Tho i I l l ) M d fOJ l I l O ! ki o u t o j ) in l):u i i Is li.x ! Ili-'.h HllO if- \ i u!ii Im , l n u t 1 2 ' i i i e ; l i e ' al p n t t d c i ih 1 p n » U Mr ( f i K i j ,1 1 , 7 " ; ( lams mary of. what has been accomplifihed t h u s tir In the movement to have tho VouglsiogUeiiy R i v e r canalizctl ironi ' McK'^esport to C'onuollsvillo. , M a j o r ISlakc said · "ll order I ha I wo may have a, prop T jiu'iil.vl b : i c l B i o u t i i l on Ihe sub- j joct ot i n l a n d \ \ i t e i « a y s d o \ elopment, ' l o t t i e s a y t h a i t h e liriU m i - a i i b o f l o u o 1 u i o l i o n k n o w n to man tta^ i id 111 it loj;s ,!ii\s i, -itio.uii Tlieric e t a m e f i l e d n s ; ! ( l i t o f \ L i r y i n s "!/.«-, t o l l n u o d o n , rapid w a t e r Htri'iiiii-? by b a r k conoes \ \ h i ( h l u i i l ' i bo p o l l . 1-401! a i o u m l rough pKu 1 ' t a n d u p - s i r e . i m . The In el l r i \ e | l O t i r - i C t - i n \ i i i e . ' i ( , t p r c m i i t i n s m i l r n e r - I t \'-,m e t i r l v . i:i! a r n f u m i i n - i i i i i v iniu-l b o l i i i n - u r - n , u j ? , - i l ) i l j t % n f at lo t e r m e d watersheds. For ox. rnplo our own Y o u s h i o f t h e n y River alt iciigli lut Jlie Weather J'robably t,uo« ui'iij;ht a day; s i o w l r i i i i i i j tciapcial day is Ui-o noon w e a t h e r ti W u i i o r n I ' o n i i o y l v a i u . K T l m r -T h u r s a ^ t tu- d \\ i Trriipornl»r« Urn i 1 .};' i 12L' miles long and ribing iu Garrott county, Maryland, and Somerset county, 1'eminylvania, comprises 1,775 square- miles in it« watershed, tt in t u r n is the largest t r i b u t a r y ol the M o n o n g a h e l a , w inch, through eaattlia- j ing, is non t h e heaviest lonnap;e, car- I riLM- tor its l e n t r l l i in n i l s ' c o u n t r y . It i helpn t o form Ihe Ohio, which, w i t h j m a n y o t h e r f i v e r s , t l o v v d i n t o the M i H - 1 e J G s i i J p i , t h e r e b y n i a k i n s ISu's w h o l e i . s y s t e m ( h e Allsi'ilri-.ippl w i i i i - i u l u ' d . ' I n t l i o I ilh c - c i i i u r y a d r c u m t o o k ' f o r m in tin' n u r u ' i 1 of a profio^cil \ s a U M - (.onr.se. f r o m t h e ( i r e . i t I . t i k e s via i J ' i t l s b n r n 10 t h e A t l a n t i c Ocean, t n . c l n i l i i i i n (liii-. ( O i i i f f 1 «-ift tlio Voiifili ; l ' n e r \ ia C n n i b e r l n n . l aixl the- caiKil | i n (lie I'otoiiiiic f i u l the ocean. 'Ibis s i i r \ f y . u l m l i w,is i onsiclercd p r i i c t i - 1 ca' wa 1 - b\ !h t n lirr^i' A i m iiuin.-li'i.ili-st .ind 1'iv SPORTSMEN'S LOCAL WILL MEET FRIDAY A 'special m o e t i n g of tho Connelis- v i l l e local of t l i e F i i j e l t C o u n t y l^ihli G a m e l ' r v ) t e c t i \ e A s ,ociation w i l l be h e l d un F r u l a v e \ e n i ui ui tne H.il- timor'o ^ O h i o Y. M. C A. The- .session will ( o n v e n o at S u ' c l o c K . A l t h a t l i m e I h e daf- f o r Hie done of t h e p r c s i - n 1 m e m b e r h i p c a t i i i M i i r n w i l l he lixed and pl.ins f n t i n - h.nujiii'* wlnrli w i l l uurlv it.s ( " i n p l e l Ion «!!!' bo m a d e . LUMBER OFFICE RQBBEE) OF $40} RCOTTDALK. .Ian. :n A mysterious robbery occurred .U the cilice, of th-o.). \V. R n l h IC-^ta-l-p 1 u m b e r Dealer:-, on North Broadway .Monday n i ^ h t . | Tho robbory is piiK/.Iiut? in Uio fact t h a t all doors and w i i down of I h o oflice b u i l d i n g wore :· -curclj locked when tho i-obbory wa discovered in the m o r n i n g . A ''heck up of tlio oflico contents fr/how t h a t about if-10 in money missinpr in add-lion to a revolver which had IKXJII taken f r o m Iho safo. The- safe door way foirid to bo clo.sod 1/ut the lock had been picked by the Intruder. A younp; woman resident nf North ScotWalc while going home late that e v e n i n g .said she liquid a coiiplo of shots f i l e d as .she was near t h e U u t h Watato office, hut on lit i r m g th© fchjls immediately retraced her steps and waited for a .street c j i W h e t h e r t h e .shots hail any bear!up on the robbery is not k n o w n bill it i ii'-Mimed f i a t Ihe eihots w o r e r t r e d tr'nn rlio r e i o l i t r t a k o n I r o m the U i i l h o lice. The polim- are « o r l \ i n s on t n « ' i . e. \K\Y CABTLK. J a n . 20. -- I r e n e S i h r o e d e r , held in t h e Lawrence i utili- t y j a i l hero Cor a l l e R ' - d l y i-luiotiiis to d-eatli C o r p n r n l Uraly P a u l ot I 'KP e u n s y l v o n i u H i i j l i w a y Pitlrol. '^/onlril Ivoiri h e r cell today t h a t " w e lidn '. shoot MiiyoiK.-" w h e n authorities u o t i li d h e r ol t h e d-caih ol U o j i n l v S h c n i t l.t-e W r i g h t of Maricopa county, A i i - 7on,i w h o w a t - 'vounricd in a - r iti bat l i e w i t h her. W. ( l l o n n IJagiie. l i r r .sw-retheart, and Joe WclK U K l u I i o i n . i on i ict. " t l oiiyone w.ifc Kllot ho one of his o w n tk-puliw," jirNon otlicialis. "We d i d n ' t i- hoot a n y o n e , l ' c n n 1 . A r i z o n a , or an. i nj c Uc \\', tlre-1 out of t h e .,iU; of the cur a n d l e r vvhc-ii they opcnC'l 11 n) on \ \ i i i i i t o h ' i i r . i u v o n l v at C ns. "1 don't about a n y i Irciu- s h o u t e d liei dcpul;, but JJiijruo w "I i-efiise to h d \ e a l w u t a n y t l i i u ; ' , t u i l e l i r e s e n l , " he i .lid in ' w h i ' i i told ol \Vfij-'bl'.s d e a t h . EICHER UNABLE TO EXPLAIN HOW CRASH OCCURRED J a n . 23. "I cats'! of t h e aecidon'." p r o m i n e n t Scott a i u o i b i s i H u r n - t h e stnnd for "\- )f t h e Jury Awards $958 For Injured Child L ' N l u N T C i W N . J a n . J!l A v t i i i i c t for JU.1S u a r : r o l n n i r c ) h i « m o r n l u ^ by n j i u y in 1'avor of A b i i l i u m Joseph of P e n j o p u l i r i as l a t h e r l t o u r - y e a r old G l o i ui Jofop v i whr-i=r !« t ' nhoilldor war. i n i n r r d i n .in H i i i o n t o b le , i i - i d » n l larT t NIONTcnvS', illv/.e- ( 1 1 1 - - ; l l l : C i C h a r l o s !1. 1-vichev i da! n resid'-ni. lold iiiK i \ l i p n he took J a m l n a t i o u in the damage .snil , H u r s t f a m i l y a x a i n s t him In r e c o v e r j for the d e a t h of C!ydi I f i n s t , K i l l e d | on A u g u s t f». l a s i , alon^ the Xulioo.ii j pike w lion Kicher's car t u r n e d over. "The whole- tiling was a m a t t e r ( 1 a few seconds," he added. ICicher said he believed bis car was, Roing about .'10 miles an h o u r \vn n he attempted to uavj I w-i other nia- c h l n o ' j on the road. The r ar j\i a ', ID|. o u t of control, he paid. He, bccaiiio u n c o n s c i o u s as the oir t u m b l e d m e i , ald Kiclicr. \ V h c n he a w o k e ho v/:i -; on his hatuU and knees in the Held l u - a r h y . He had lieeu b r u i s e d . n c i . i i o d i i i i l was M i f f - e r i n n f r o m t w ) frai Hired rib'-. !i ( . | 0 id t h e m r y . Hi-- Kf-l a t u - n l u j i i wa« to M l . H u r t t u n d to n i e m h u i ' H ul the part}. Mr, r.iehi-r .l-.-nkd v ! t i [ i h a t i c , U l \ tUal lip I.ad Kihl .Mr. K . - l l y tiial h. had 'lot l i l o v . i i h i s !ioin i n t i t u - m p r i i i t ; l o pas-i. \ E - .1 ni;uti r uf ijci 1 rcmcmb(i' i h a t I did b l o w m\ h o r n , " !ie ?a!d. Hi.- v. .r- n t l f r l y ai a los to e.\p\airi ho\, l u ^ i ar h : i i j i " i i f d MI ;v,'!nj; i n f o ll o d i l i 1'. 1 LCI inn .\lc,iU I d e m , (i'eric-1 , i i ' Mm , Since hi.. s n r \ e j ' T h r 1'JSt i«e!'.a. ' La [ ,0i J A C K S O N , Theoifoie ;. i". Short Miss., . J a n . 2!i- -(iovetnor ntlbo ol AJi;.?iK«.ip[)i re- ib.y*'. c.dr o i r u t i the IHtle aiil. iluc i r c f c i c u e o of uiiot t skun*.

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