The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 29, 1930 · Page 5
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January 29, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY ZD, 133U THE DAILY COUIUER, CON NELL/SVILLE, PA MOUNT PLEASANT UP IN ARMS OVER VOTER CHARGES 3Icethi£ ot' Citizens Called for February S to Discuss Situation. PURCHASE TALK CONTINUES Spoolnl to The Courlor. M O U N T PLEASANT, Jan. 29.--The "Wttter problem tor tlie citizens ot Mount Pleasant, which ia to 1)0 investigated by tho water committee ot council, lu-aded by Peter Mulltn, will bo threshetl out at. a mooting to be liokl at the borough building cm February S. Tho people object to tho raise in rates, as -well «« motor service charge by the Citizens Water Company",after they had paid tho Mount Pleasant Water Company for motors when ins-tailed. The purchase of the water works by tho borough is held to be one .solution to tho problem. Just what tho citizen.-.; w i l l have to eay n t tho nice-tins- will depend largely on Mr. Mulliii's report to council, since a. bond issuo would liavo to bo asked i'or In catso o£ a purchase of lite water plant. State Chamber Man Coming. Invitations have been «ei\t out to the cltlxeno of town inviting them to hear "Wilbur K. Moffott oC the Pennsylvania St«te Chamber of Commerce, who w i l l snoalc on "Chamber of Commerce* U '15 and Dent's," at the Bank Hall on Thursday evening, January ISO, at S o'clock. VacnMon Over. Kenecy Dillon, a student at the University of West Virginia, returned to school yesterday after spending his iisid-semestor vacation at hie homo In Church streot. · Missionary Meeting, Tho executive committee of the For4 cign and National Missionary Society of tho Redstone Presbytery will meet 1n Mount Pleasant on Thursday. Tho committee will lie entertained at tho homo of tho president of the Re-Union Presbyterian Missionary Society, Mrs. M. W, Homer. Lunch will bo served. JiLstrM Rally. Tho Mission, Home, Youth and Children's divisions of th-o M o u n t IMeituant district of the "Westmoreland(bounty S u n d a y School i Association in-et at the Re-Union Presbyterian C-huvch on Monday oveninK. Several pageants we-ro Rlvon by tho children from the C h u r c h of tho Brethren. Miss Kara. A l b r i g h t gave a reading. Rev. A. I,. Kotiyon w««s tho speaker oC tlio evening. ,1. 0. C. Class Moels. The J. O. C. Class of the Methodist Kplficopal C h u r c h was entertained 'aet evening at tho home of Mrs. A r t h u r Kortrfght in Smltlifleld street at a btiKines.-; and .social meeting. !U.S. STEEL PROFITS FOR 1929 REPORTED OVER $197,531,000 JS'iKW YORK./ J a n . 2i).--The United Sl;itfs Steel-Corporation, the country's largest ifndustrial organisation, yeiterday reported record pouc-otijne prolitH o£ $tfr,",531,3-19 for t h e ; year 1S29, ; This fig-iiTo, which 'Includes a special year-end credit adjustment of $9,972,351. is fqual to $21.IS a 6lia.ro on the-com mo 11 stock, agaip-ft $12.50 a sharo on a smaller capitalization in 1H2S. "Without tho special croillt, the por sharo 19-2!) cannings aro $19.90. Proflt in 192S was $114,173,775. Two other -. teel eomprvutes also ma-do public their 1929 figures. Jones LaughHn SU-ol Corporation reported net income of $20,843,749 for "J028. equal to J29.04 a share, conrpare4 "with ?$15,56S.«87, or ?19.9!» a sha;^o, Iu the previous year.. Inland Sfcee'l'.-s net profit was $11,71.2,37-1, or $9.71 a share, against $0,33-1,207, or $7.6",', in 1923. Dil-ectws of the company placed the stock oa a $-1 annual dlvidem; basis was declaring a quarterly paynv-nt of $1 a share. The yearly rate ha. 1 ' boon $11.50. United SUite. Steel'.s net earnings for the fourth q u a r t e r of 1929---tho period of tho stock market break-- ·wore- $53,385,33-1. 'Vliia compared with $70,173.713 for the September 30 period and $53,1S6,G79 In tlie laitt three months of 19-28. ' v Not profit for fcho last quarter wa« $39,972,SoS, aga nst $5.1,575,350 in tho previous three months a7.ul $30,739,890 for the -corresponding I n t e r v a l of j 1992S. Per s h i r e earnings on Uic I common in October, November and i Doce-nVber of lust y-oar amovvnteJ to '-'$4.14 a share, against $5.57 iu Uio preceding q u a r t e r and $3.43 in the last quarter of !92S. ItlVS--SRJ) FLO OF NEW MeOALL PA'IT! C'lose-Ont Girls' Winter Boys' lie $7.»5 Sheekskin Lined Leatherette Silk and Jerseys; assorted styles seizes 7 to 14 years. (Girls' Dept.--2nd Floor) (Bovs' Dept.--Main Floor) J A N U A R Y SALE AGED LINN STATION RESIDENT IS FATALLY INJURED BY TRAIN UMONTOW.V, Jan. 29, -- P h i l i p Aldrich, 87, wtit; fatally injured TUI.W- dajy about .'i P. M., when It te hollered he staggered into a Pennsylvania train when it passed n«-ar him as he wallh.ed along tho tracks near Linn etation, lie was rushes! to the Brownsville General Hospital whero he was tomni to bo suffering "with a fractured and a number of broken ribs. Me shortly after his arrival at tho institution According to witnes«e6 AWrich wa« walking close to the tracks when a train approached While they were passing the s w a y i n g of the care are thought to have caused the aged to lose his etiulllhrlutu and Into the moving curs. Deputy Coroner A. W. Kteinger of Brownsville investi- gatwl the case Aldrich made his liorne with h;le IttUghter, Mrs. Frank Simpson, at Taylors AVorks Funeral arraii?;emoutH havu not been completed. Bavarian Passion Play Rehearsals are Started O B B K U A i V l M K U G A U , Jan. 2 3 -- R e - j liearsal'S of tho Bavarian Pastsion Play j w h i c h w i l l opon nest May aro now In i .. j»-iirca-a. Thi- started d u r i n g Christ- j mus week in iiccordauco with an old j ttxiditkni. Alote Lang, no relation of Anton Ui.ig, IH to take tiie part of Christ. Ho mak(* his l i v i n g f o l l o w i n g the trade i of xylography. At the last presenta-l lion lie playwi tho role of Nathancal in tho world f a m o u s ' p l a y basexl on the lil"9,ot Christ. A n t o n Lang, who played the part of "-,,. C h r i s t a numboi'-of times, will diroct the production. Another bang, Johann is the stage manager. 'He is in charge of tho- 500 acton; who lake part iu the pasoant a.ni will select tho ne\v setting which its expected to cost close to ,$225,000. Mistletoe Is Doomed as Forest Nuisance Snoqualavie, Wash. --· Mistletoe Js ·doomed as a pest In national forests of the north west. There Is no objection to Christinas mistletoe and \t3 sentimental uses, but in valuable for. csts the plant Increases so rapidly that it choices the life of Its host The forest service hopea to exterminate the plant w i t h i n seven or eight years by tearing up dense areas of the trailers. In national parks enough mistletoe will be allowed to ;,-row for exhibition purposes. Police Sergeant Gets Chance to Nurse Tot MEMPHIS, Tonn., Jan. 29--"Women can ask more s i l l y questions--an do," in the opinion !' Sergeant J. W. Hoyle, gained from 15 years on tho Memphis police desk. "And abeurb rertuests," Hoyle added, .Ifor example ho cited: f "Will you eoud a policeman out to take wvro ot my baby while I go shopping?" "Please send u policeman quick, my pet poodle haa a dime lodged ia his throat." Summit SUMMIT, Jan. 25).--Mr. and Mre. John Sadlck and children of Kvoreon were horo visiting Mr. ami Mrs. Albert Hoch Mrs. Pearl Stlmmol and children of Wick Haven are spending a few days with Mrs. Stlmmel';; parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Adams Baker Worthington and Albert Seese paid visit to Clarlceviflc. Mr. and Mre. Hany Seeso and John Cramr of Buftedali- were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Sebae'lan Seese. Mre. A. S. Morris, who Js on tho sick list, is eomo hotter. Miss Mary Elizabeth Seeso h«i returned home after visiting several days at Ruffsdale. Joseph McOce and Ewirfg Hager were among Connei'.eville callers on Tuesday. Use Classified Ads. Coat Is small. Results aro big. "Why Not Serve the Best?" by All Independent Grocers Boys' 4-Piece All Wool SUITS Oi! Former *ii.or Suits x«w $n.!)r $I2.1K Suits Now $8.85 S 9.05 Suds ow $6.«o (Nelson's) J A N U A . U Y 8ALE SHIRTS Keg-filar H9c Tomorrow ftnd Friday 2 for B l u o oh anrb ray, slipover and coat style. .Sizes 1-t to 17. (Nelson's) JA.N JA'UY HALES , Me n's Winter H rfsa a Hope Muslin Yiird w i d e , g e n u i n e f u l l bleached TkMe m u s l i n , cut from thi^ f u l l bolt--Yard n's--.'ird Floor) To $1.95 Bed Spreads Large double bed sine, SlxlOii inch beii spreads, assorted stripo p a t t e r n s (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Pillow Cases Large -12x36 Inch pillow cases, m.ule of good quality bleached m u s l i n , hemmed (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Linen Toweling 1.6 inch Stevens purs linen, crash toweling for hand or roller towels -- Yard (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Linen Toweling IS inch pure linen toweling, absorb ing quality, green, bluo borders; regular ?~tc quality--Yard (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Linen Lunch Cloths 54x54 all linen lunch cloth, contrasting' color borders, hemmed. Ql g^ 'Regular to $1.25 values OiC (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Men's hca^ y wiutervveigbt ribbed union sui s, ecru, long sleeves --ankle length. Sizes 36 to 46. Limit 'J gaiTO nits. (I 1 eleon's) 50c Turkish Towels Large size 22x44 inch heavy double woven thread lurkish bath towel?-white--and contrastlag DO n borders (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Bed Pillows 21x27 inch bed pillows, filled new fluffy feathers, cover of · fancy stripe ticking ___ (Nelaon's -- 3rd Floor) with. Linen Lunch Cloths Large 36x36 Inch all pure linen Inncfc clotb, hemstitched borders-ready tor use--Special (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Black Rock Muslin Yard wide, extra heavy quality unbleached Black Rock muslin--easy to bleach for all needs-Yard (Nelson's--3rd Floor) 13c Table Padding Heavy padded, zig-zag cloaely 54 Inches wide. Regular I»1| "1 (1 ?1.50 value--Yard «pl.»Xt7 (Nelson's--3rd Jloor) Apron Gingham 27. inch apron gtaghani in various site blue ,wh.ite and. tan-white checks--Special, yard ~.. (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Fashioned After $10 to $15 Dresses-Fashion's Most Authentic New Spring Styles You will actually be arnaz xl when you see these smart dresses at this h w price, they have so much style, such exceptit nal quality materials, and the colors iirt? the i ewest, that we believe this sale will g'o over w.th. a bang. Cotton Blankets 66x76 single, cotton blankets; shell stitched ends--assorted plaid patterns (Nelson's---3rd Floor) 81 Inch Sheeting; Heavy quality unbleached SI inch sheeting, for coverings, sheets, etc.-Easy to bleach-Yard , (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Long Cloth Kogular 25c soft permanent finish long c!o(h, yard -wide--for "j '7^-,, infants' wear, etc.--Yard -*- ' *-' (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Huck Towels Regular 25c and 20c, large 18x36 inch huck towels--plain white, and Tj Q^ white and colored borders ACrC (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Indian Head Linen Yard -wide nationally advertised Indian Head linen, for scjivts, aprons, etc.--Yard (Nelson's--3rd Floor) 36 Inch Percale Yard wide,-fast color, new spring percale prints, wide range of attractive pattern.?--Yard (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Right at the beginning of he spring season, we offer these dresses ut sue] a low price that you "will be able to -,buy sever il for the many daytime occasions . . .street, Business, Hardinger Cloth 4S inch Portoge Hardinger Curtain fabric, regular 75c*yalue. . Sale special , ·. (Nelson's--3rd. Floor) Raytoiis Yard wide lustro.is rayons, w h i t e and new pastel fihalcs--for underthings -- Yard (Nelson's--3rd B'loor) Materials: Flat Crepes Georgettes Crepe Satins I'rints Combinations Every dress in (.his sale is copied after a high- price model;/beautiful lines, smartly trimmed .and in the newest spring sluices. Styles: IHglier Waistlines Uneven Hemlines I'rii cess Effects 1'lajfMl Shirts Sleevo Effects W Windsor Crepe 30 inch Windsor Crinkle Grope--for pajamas and undies--white "| ¥ ^ and colors--Special, yard JLt)v (Nelson'a- 3rd ^loor) \ FUR-TRIMMED $24,95 COATS 1*1 f\ tiny** ^Sa I j \ C *Jcllltidli 3 »-J«A { 'S At Half Price Tailored coats, sport fab- ric.H anil rumble scat ooa'l* and i'ur I'abricH. '(Noleon's--J5rd Curtain Fabrics Yard wide curtain marquisette, filet and Bcrims--up to 39c va 1 tics--Yard ~. ... .. (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Table Damask 5S inch lustrous table damask, assorted floral and figured patterns, special, yard .._-(Nelson's--3rd Floor) 39 Inch Flat Crepe Weighted new spring- flat cropes -Black,- while and new pastel G?~| OA shades -- Yard «JM-»it7 (Nelson's--3rd Floor) Everybody's Store tfortli Pittsburg- Street Women's and Girls' Low and High Galoshes WOMEN'S NOVELTY FOOTWEAR Up to $5.00 uml $0.00 Values V n l u o s Up Infants' $1.49 Shoes with one or button Broken but all i n the Laco or b u t ton styh -i, in several eatli ers. to $3.00 100 pairs oE these big values, In rubber or cloth ?5V A. big selection, in patent, snodo, kid, velvet and c o in b i n a tioii leathers. All sizes, a l l heel stylew. Straps, Pumps, Ties, Oxfords Ohiopyle OHIOF'YLJO, J a n . 2!).--Mrs, P h i l i p I'iiHSfivant lias r o l u r n e t l to lior l i o f i ill. Locust Grove Monday a f t e r :i week's visit w i t h her son a n d daiiKh- ler-in-luw. Mr. and Mrs. i. AV. Fas- savant. Alias Mar? Larabie of Si.ubena^lle, Ohio, 3s spending ;i week's visii the guest of : her slstur, Mrs. J. M. "VVi dey. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pas.-iavant lave returned homo from Heaver Pull litter a t t e n d i n g tho f u n e r a l of Mrs. Passavant'a m o t h e r , Mrs. G'arbii . Mrs. G-eary S h i p l e y and dang, term-law, Mrs. Pan! h'hipley of Bio well were shoppers in Ohiopyle Tne iday morning. Mrs. Harris Dereiner y.nd daugiuer of Deti-oit, Mish., are visiting the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J o h n Waters. Mrs. Lenora Hail and c h i l d r e n have returned to their home after a several daya' visit, in Unlonlown, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. TlaceJy Burke. .Tames U. Hall of Maple Sumrnitt was a caller in town Tuesday. Kev. F. S. Wortman of Hill Run, pastor of the Baptist Church, was unable to (ill the p u l p i t Sunday night, owing to the illness of his wife, who has been an invalid for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuck have returned Home from a visit spent la Uniontown. Benny Mitchell was Confluence Tuesday.. a visitor in Looking: for Bargains 1 If so, read the advertising- column* oE Tho Daily Courier. Use Giausined Ads. brine nwiulta.

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