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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 3, 1930
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If* ?' f" K ; . \ PAGE sn: T '- ' -- ......... CHB1 COURIER PQNNE1I P E R S O N A L M E N T I O John C. Bttmtm3(S( a (Senior at State College, spent tho -week-end with Ma paronts, Dr. untl' Mrs, G II. Edmunds 6£ WPSt y Q-re,en slreot. Rummage sole, Thursday, February 6, basement Fl."*f Baptist Church--Advertisement ~;,f«ib-3t. H. 11. Brill of St. Ixnils, a former j resident of this city, ie vteitlng frieuda bore. . | LadJes of Orwmwood Church will | hold a chteke l and biscuit supper In J DutuS-Evans building, North P1tt4- burg' street, Yhursdfiv evening, FoJ- j ruary 6th, 5 to S. Tickets 7Bc.--Adver-1 tlsoment.--3foo$t. i Mui. Ronnie Phillips visits her} parents, Mr. and Mrs. W J. Lynch of UftiontowE Sa.ur!ay. Rummage s Ue Thursday, February (J, bailment First Baptlet Church--Advertisement -- Sfeb-Iit. Mis. Carl Duff of Pwryopolfs was a Unlontown visitor Saturday. Mis Florence Cogley of Plijtehurg spent Sunday at the homo ot her mother, Mrs Dannie B Vance of West Cedar avenue Mrs. J. M. Doyle aniT nephew. Hurley Hollem ol Weet Apple* street, attended the fu icral service for tho latter'*! cousin, Miss Margaret H-ellen this afternoon at the First Presbyterian Ohm eh of Uniontown. ^ Mr. ami Mu, Warren U Wright ot South Plttsburg street motorel to Uniontown li !t evening to visit with the former's brother-in-law and sls- tei, Mr and Mrs.,Robert Felty of Springfield, Ohio, who stopped ov«i* night In Uniontown They left thie morning by- motor for Oilando, Fid., to vteit Mm FltyV brother and sister- in-law, Mr tint I Mrs. F. W. Wright. The Foltys fornu riy roHldcd In Connalls- vllle Mi. and M s John I i w i n motored to Johnfetoun Sunday and visited the lat- ter'« sister, Miss. Pearl Helleti, a patlc-nt at tho Mercy Hospital. They icnort Mrs. Hulien to be renting easy ami getting a|ong as well as c4n lie, expected. Mre .T. I) Percy and daughters, Mtwts Bess ahd Sue of Wast Cednr avenue wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. Janes Cox t Scottdale, Sunday. Mrs. John lloran ami daughters, Mis. EaU Weaver and Mise Ada Shailenbeig jr, attended the iunordl {.ervlce for J;?1 Ellsworth Evans, Sun- dtiy aEtienoou ijt tho Presbyterian Onmxh ot \a«de/rullt. , Mrs. W. R. Kimball and little Ocu^hter, Christine, ot Plttshurg re- luircrt l:omi th'o norntng after a visit with her parmta, Mr. ond Mrs. Worth KllpatrU'h df Ee»-,t Crawford avenue. Mre.^S. L Miller of Ka^t Crawford avenue,' wlio hail been ill for s-everal days, 1? Improved. She la able to be up for a short time. 21 r and M i s Mllroy War ton wore (Tyets of Jlr and Mm. IZ Shipley of KuffMlale, iJundny,, Mrs 1j. H Michael of Morrell a\e- iiUri has, poiui on. an extended visit to Wellsburs and Wiuieilng, W. Va, a n d / Mai t i n s Ken'y, Ohio , Miis M u g a i c t Coyne, 9. registered nurse In rutshxnf?, la spending Several days v itti her uncle and aunt, Mr, Srul Mrs. K. C Oibboiib q£ Sycarnorti street Joseph ] j Stills agon, son of Mia MUa AI. St Huagou ot Jefferaon stree Is home t r j m Pennsylvania State lego f j i the mid-Sicn,ester vacation. Kff^«^« ^ft^**^****^*^***^^ ~~~ I I v He Auni Het WV \ ! "None o 1 my folks i^rer had their tonsils cut except once when I Cousin Henry ^vas oatin' with a sharp caaekulfi an' 'little Jano jogged hife elbow." Sumy Undef Way Tq Find Violators Of Compensation Ad Just Off the Wire By Vnited I'ress. ' WASHINGTON, Feb. S.-^-Prompt «i aqtment by the House ot trie Admii tilitkm bill to trnnsfer the prohibitJc bureau from thp HTresaury to tHe 'justice- B«partni-eiit was virtually 3«re.l today when the Expenditure Committee reported tho^ill favorali] and the Eules Committee- decided J give* it right of way on tho fl Thursday, Frldaj and Saturday. Tt7RTLB CREBK, Fb. 3. with, a towel by i masked bandit, \y]'lo forced his way into her home Inifct iilght, Mita Mai y Shauer, 34, was jloljbed of a dia nond ring valued at 500. ( Th«,bandl SILVER CBBI K, N Y , Feb. 3 -- flix Iionchee of United States mall wir3 ellvered to the postofflce hero today iy i?. S. Basham air mail pilot on I he Sufrklb-Clevelanti route, after his'tm- hlno was smas-hed when It nto two trees In a woods* three wast of thii? plai i. i « * * PARIS, Feb. ' ---The United iwitl meet Cana !a in tho flrist \t play in the \merican aone BvJs tennis competition, according to draw made todny by Preslflettt / Doumor ;iie of Frfince et tho Blysee Palaib, 'reeldential reside]ice. BRAINAKD' FIELD, HARTFORD, Conn., Feb I!.-- Sw,o.opiiiK lor sc Banding here Carey Piidham of Laxlnjdon, Mass., air mai pilot, struck an observation tow( i and was drowned when his plane plunged into the C on- nacticut Rl\er. » * * BHAPFORD, Feb. 8.--.Leon Case 31, In the lung in, a stabbing at- Jra.v" last night which resulted, pcllice said when 1 e refused his wife a clgaret, was in serious condition in the hospital h. re. and his wife, 8or* nice, was hold by' police penrtingi out' come of his in urls. MANY ATTEND SUNDAY '. SERVICES IN UNION REVIVAL AT MILL RUlf bundaj ,, ab A rnl^ndld day la Uio ur.lou l e v i v a l at Mill Hun. The moi)ij- in^ union serv-lce ^as most' heH?H ( l with faooi os, of people tec.cnsecratiii|s themsolvco to God Tho 2 30 hour xuaikcll the tftno of the attornooii fcervict) for girls and women. The men and boys mot .vt tho t»imo time in tub school buildtrg. Scveial decision^ were rope i ted In tlve servlue for v/oin- c-n A full house "was, the ord«r at night vW\ two men responding to thp iuvitattoii to follow the Master. Theie ^^rlU bo no bervlce tonight bdt church poople aie to spend It c a l l l n j on those who should be \\on to Chris. morning: at 0:30 a will open at the church and contlnli tor a 'itiU hour. The theme that ttiug wll 1 be, "Have You Been Bovn Again '" MRS. BARBARA BROWN OF MT. PLEASANT DEA) MO17NT PLMASANT, Feb, S.-Barbara Catherine Brown, 73 yeaj'S old, of Vino street, died at th hoim |f a sister, Mrs. II. H. Werry, Norj.h Church (.creel, on Saturday night. Sfte liad beer In poor health for sevwkl years a u l about two months ago slilo was roffoved to the home of Mrjs. Werry, Four brotheis, J, H. a^)d W. A. Brow n, both of Mount Pleasant, C. O., ot Acme, and J. K. Brown of preen-sbi rg, together with three sisters, Mas C. A. Oettloman of Wyandot, Mich, Mrs. K II. Koyea of Plltsbm-g and Mrs. II. II. Worry, survive, Tlit' f t i n e t a l service will bo held at I o i !oi,iv Tuesday afternoon at the Werry j jrfWence Interment will be lu Bro\\u Cenieiery, near Acme Birth at Hospital. A sou was Inirii this morning at tho CtMUiollsVllio State HoapUal to Mr. and Mra. It'll Woik ot (' It. D Use tl e Clttbtylflod Advertisements. SORENESS YIELDS... ugh rrhrf !» freauentwith tmo appl'- c« ion Mtu.erole is mot. luujilly oiicc-. tn e vrhrn opplicc! on:a art liur tor five ' hf nr«. It panet»!e« and ttimuUto ' New Face Powder Now the Fashion Die skin ot voutli lies in eveia box ot now wortdc ful -MISLXp-GLO Face Powder TJie pi^j^-?t powder jiniule Its color Is pas iecl by tho U, S. Gdvor jnent 'No pn.fatlne«s llakiness or Irritation A new J'reneh juoecB'i jnsi,1|.cB it s pi cad more t m o o t n l y and pi^iventS laigre pores lo more shiny nciaas--it stays on lonpor Use MBti,i3-GLO ConnelUville 3 'tug Co..--AdvorUnfiment. Former Vanderbilt Man Gets Church Office at Detroit According to Information heie John .Braecliayko, fgfntfe 1 !' resident of Vanderpllt, ha« been elected president of tire Greek Catholio Union Sf'ctety at D trolt, Mich., as ijrell as being chosen a trisstee of tho Greek Ciithollc diu'i ch there. While a PC sideavt ol VanderttllU Mr. Brachayko was a nwsraber ot Stephen's Oii5«k Catholic Chu'rch at Lelsonrlng T o, 1 a-nfl for man}' years ·was president of too official blxml. ?ASS^S STATE TEST, JMles Pauline Cirot/, Kurso »)|, Hos , pltiilj Jfcw on Ilcijlitrj JjJi|l. Miss Pauline GreU of Bvojfson, a nurse at the Connelisville Sta^e Hospital, h,as b'^en notified she 'passed the state board tests. , ( Miss G-retr Is a graduate f training school at Mercy Hospital, Plttsburg. Ciiooae a* Staple 1 Cheese Is regarded as the' stable food (n roan c ctiuntries becsmiw of Its high n u t r t H ' O vuiae. t lt Is ei4ednlly t.'rti in rltnmine A. , tn SwifzeifJanS'lt is constuned nlrrq?t unlvcrsitlly be cnusa ot i t prn«ln contenl,, ^nlch exceeds tho protein of ttyoragje meal and le t«lf ( thnt (t eggs. Hi; caloiy talne Is grei ter t h a n thgt of ntiy o(hor food, except perlmjis nuts, biilter, oil and very f n t mentf. Continued! from Pajfo Onf, ^ tinder the act n'$ at dravii, every da'^ -vloiatlf^n !oii«tt- tutes a separate oflenno. In Pittaburg: recently a 1'hnttad survey rJ» vealctt a number of e-nkipl«yo?TJ i who had lailri to comply with Uio' Com'- p«nSatlon Law, 'and wttolS(xl prosreati- tlons Tivero in.stitutod. , Th only olasiss of employes, not affOicle-cl by the i\ot aro farmers, do- moatic servants, and persons ongagort to do certain wor/lt which* 3s nstvln Jlne with th regular buain«8a ot. tho employer This latter el aw!}! cation la known, as ''cstsilal employmont." With 1 exception^, It is stoted, evury of labor In Pennsylvania, Is by the provisions of th-e Compensation Act rf-gardlsa o£ lipw many persons are employed. An 'employer miiy eai-ry compensation Insurance in U stock oy mutual rnuvance'comjmiiy or "with the Sta.te Workmen's Insurance Fund, which operates under the Pepertment ol "Uabor and Industry, or, he-'may app^y to the- Bureau of Compensation of tho De~ partmont of Labor and Industry for :ho Privilege of carrying his lOwii insurance. This' privilege is, granted only to employers who oiin satisfy tho Burtau that tjiey are strong enoxigh to ii«et any obligation^ the Compensation Law,. One ottter alternative Is provided, that Is n rejeotion of th-p Oompenaatlon IJaw is rejected there in/fist be- an agreement ,a 'writing beiwaMi tho employer and employe and a cjpy ot this agreem'en.t, certified, must be fl!od Witt ,he Bureau of Workmen.'? Compens- atioo. When an. employer rejects the Act, becomes liable tor damages, under the common law, and has prac- Jcaily no defense if thp accld«al; can proven. In PennaylTania when a per'gon is injured in the course of employment, Inspector Gllchrist plates tl^at tho employer is required to priy compensa- .lor at the rate of 65 jwr cent of the average weakly wage, b«t an Injured on cannot receive more than $15 week, noi less than ?7, excepting that, If the average weekly wage of tho worker is legs than ?7, the com- rale shall be the samo as :he wage ' rate. Compen.'Witlon pay- meita begin after tho first sev«a days of ilisability. In addltiort to compensation payments the employer is required to furnish reasonable medical, suiglcal and no^pltal services, medicine and supplies covering tho first 30 clays after disability Wgina, the total cott of snch services, with the excep- IQCI o£ hospital costs, not to exceed $1"0 The lav}- does not fix a limit for tht* amount'to be pakl for hospital services. KISKI FOOTBALL COACH RESIGNS '"JH.BENBUHG, Feb. 3.--Robert B. MUinger of GreonsbiiTg, for the past two yoare football coach at Kjflki- nunetas Springs Schools, SaUsburg, announced his re^ignfttl»n here today. MHinger's teanis enjoyod unusual success, losing only-itivo games ln~)S2$ d on« ta 1928, facing stilt onpoaUlon in b6th soasoiie. Somerset Tfomnn Dies, SOMBRSET, Feb. 3--Mrs, Jacob S vank, 77 years old, -wife of a local jeweler, died he-re Saturday.' i, PA./ MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, UBRARY CIRCIMIM , JANUARY i U'-o CarngSc Librai*y from 7, H!) in jjoc- m-br to tit I January, Tho now b ITVOWBJJB owifi pUltKXl 44, Appr sltnately lio/i))lo used the rea) ng and v ' 8. cu)n.tion six. wte to) i; eight; IfttOd fW homo reading wove ' d retumofl to - el ani nnl ft ctiMcd oJi'Ctilatlon i 3ltfiSl/t?ftl!l«ns Ad nit r- Uohout'l works 28; , ttH*i H(|»IICO, Bvts, 70; flno urtrt, 40; lltoia h Is'lo ry, ( 08 ; t r ivol, 103 ; ] IOC; to l ta) non-flaUon, S24 5,4*1; total foi tloiwHnwjtit, Juvenile -- donoral war philosophy, tlsreo; and, fairy tales!, 1S7|1 fnl arta, Gfi; Jino nvlft, 23; 58; history, 81,; travol, 170; I 113; total noa-floUon( 7 7 6 fiction, 1,900; total for dewrtmoi t, 2,7(18; errand total, 9,0.11, i; arc, 2 i f ( ; lography, fiction, 1,205. \ t«, li; 00; ' lleraturo, corn,- j? ·lean 'Splhlmlt HI imtiov of (ni^lnff C IIHD. Mis? Miargnret .Teati B-p!sh 1^, (laughter of Mr, 'and Mrs. Paul J plshttk txf South Con noil svllle, today jomploted a three-year coursa hi nnrs ng McKeosport Hospitat, Com) exe-rclses wero lie-Id this nu rnijtig. A banquet was held la ,t Friday night in honor o£ tho class, jcjyorB be/- fng laid (or seVcnty-flve jatf^es, Miss Spishak's nibtber and Mrs fohn Huston, also of ^outli Connel svllle, attended the banquei nad ommenco- moat exercioss. "Ea'ch cougfh hurt ME more them it hurt Johnny" "TtfyeWcr si Bier's boy -wi a sUying vrilb. «8 for the Christmat vncatiou. So ivkcn ho caught a-co tgh 1 felt flcmWy nnxioua. Ijust/(o Itomako hhiwellngain. limmcili ttclygavo hipt some Smith Bro^ht B' Cough SjTHp ThlTliIroy*elfHs -d before. It wofrkefi o» wcfl \filh .' ohuny as U(H1 with me-better I A) d Johnny actuqlly liked, tho «yruj --he said ·It's lJUo eaudy*. He IOB his cold completely in a couple of days." MUS. SAM Couzfe-is, New fork City. SMITH B R O T H E R S Action C O U G H Jacket and C^ape for Spring Wear Much Favored in Moleskin Dyed to Match 4 Milady's ""About hnlf of the book of Paris far confc 'fashions Ja dvot«l to jackets, shol't coals, and Ulp-lw^tli capes of fur, says n fashion writer Jrj flio Mew 1 iYorlt TlruoH, these aro the ffir wrapw j,fint wilt carry ovo»' into early eprlrig. £a«l Polret Ims" dfi^Bildrt one ot tho nipst Btlractive ( f(U'!cf« shown Irt Pnrlii, )[fi Is trjii'le of ti«lraulifui, nnd Is a cutfttyny ctqn, ilnapcd lnl « short fccarf nt tho noclc. r |'Iio Bleevp» are threo-QUttrfcrs Idngth and jftflrft lwi« ?uffs oi 1 black 'wit frv with bancla of bcl^e and r^cl crepe (0 ronltib tbo ,fi|o ot,a froclc Umf, a ·jacket,' 1 ' Cape Features Ensemble Designed for {Spring Chanel u^eii moleskin to mnlcd jack- ete that are intended for early 'spring nnd resort went. She dyes th rpola to match the fliess Trlth wfcicii }t Is to be worn, i Espcalnlly effectives Is a navy blue mile jacket, vrorn under a topcoat of navy cloth, and matching a nary frock. Schlaparelli's pony jacks' i with jrouthful boleros and pop- lams are vrorn by some smart women with the bhkk daytime dresses, and ara particularly Interesting because they demonstrate the trend away from the pl«fn ' f u r cardigan toward the dressmaker typis of garnient. Frequently the fur jacket takes on new character nml 'chic with the addition of a cappfet around the shoulders. Some jHcl.ets of thJli design are 'innde of fabric furs, whirh are now worn by smart women, The capeleta are so arranged that the.?; may be pulled np around the ncclt and draped HUe shawl collars. A belt at the' natural waistline la a feature of ranay fur jackets, which aro about fingertip length. Peter Pan tjollnrs^ with tie? of cloth t6 match the froclts, mate these jackets very jrouthfu,! and chic. Short capes of lupin, nutria and beaver are being worn with sports clothes and particularly with tailored suits of tw«ei. * To Tivln for Xnr«litg. ! tyiftd Thar «a Molnar OE Ix3'|[ienrinjs onterocl training tor nursing 1'odar at Morcy Hospital, Pitt.-sburK. M4«e Mot- nar was g r a d u a t e d last Jutlci from Dunbar Tov nahtp High School. l/a(.\ t« Sea li ho waa out Sunday Rr'or had am 1» opportunity to weo his ow', for the sun ahono brllUantly purt of the- (vftaruoou, Us* Ckisoiflod Ads, ' Do you take an interest i in the fashions of 1930? i With which we make bold to remind The Men there are fashions in rad os, razors, storage batteries and fountain pen 5. i Most women a'pprec^a.te th 2 authenticity 6f the fashion news--in regard o silhouettes, coming frills, passing fancies, and the colorful details of the mode--to be found daily in the advertisements . . , Fashions these days are not confined to clothes. Automobiles, interior I % ' decorations, table servici, vacations, 1 even breakfasts are more satisfying, if, to use the word of the twenties, they are SMART, Advertisementsarccontin aallychronicling the fashions that are smartest. Advertisements «, keep you informed of tin; mode in metchan- dise of all .Jdnds. Adver isements are full of information about the new ideas that make American life what it is t}day. If you are interested in t etter living, you are bound to find the advertisements worth while! £ SXSES8SSSS (·HE SHORT JACKET VELVET TWO-PIECE WITH SATIN TUCK-IN A FAVORITE N O MATTKE how many costumes be included In the -winter waid- robc, the one which, (3 almost sore (o be taken down most frequently from its hanger in answei t6 the ever-ne- curiing "what-to-wear" question is the bolero-jacket two-piece with a tuck-Jo blouse, Modeled somawhat after the fashion of the yout iful looking ensemble SB the picture The formality of these popular afternoon jncltet-and-Hhlrt-'Vj'Ith-bloujse costumes depend!! u; on their materials. When one aspires to bt a bU for- wal, lovely transparent velvet, wiih sgtla lor the blouse, ta the loglctil Choke. For yet iilora formal occasion, latest style bulletins predate: the chic of fheee norelty nw-tal cloth for the bloas* wnlch IB ^oru with the velvet salt While dark brown with eggshell la the color scheme Ititerpretetf by the Velvet and aatto suit in th?' Illustm- tion, maiyr other lovelj color combinations are ba Ingr «rplo,ll.(i. Perlmps is this connection the suit oi sheer bl«ck velvet with Hi while, eggshell, or other visa eoZorful sutfn bioust thoxild b« given first inen fton. With oil due respect to the prestige of black relrot one cannot but b Impressed with the fas cinallng color beauty oi such combinations as egg plant; raisin, dahUa ot dark green for the velvet, with white, flefch, eggshell or nny of the modish, off- white tints for the blouse. With brown, black or forest green, the blouae Jn bright orange is the latest message from fashion's roalrn. Wdmen who .showed rebellion at tbo were mention of the revival of tb« t;(ick-in blouse at the first of the sea- spa are becoming quite reconciled to tfye idea, seeing that sUrts have coins to the rescue In that they nre clever!v designed with yokes with a view to tuning them to the new raised waisf- lines Jn jf slenderizing way. The skirl pictured has a snugly draped yoke which suggests - Triae giidle, The neckline of the satin blous? shown here Is interesting in that it exploits one of the new plaited collars designed to wear over a collRrless jacket. There Is nn increasing liking for collars tvorn In thlfl way, for the effect is notably j'oulhful and fiatler- Ing. ' , JULIA BOTTGMtinr, (©, 12, Western licwtpipm Unlou.) A THREE DAYS' COUGH IS YOUR DANGER SIGNAL Conglis from colds may lead to scriorts trouble. You Can t.iop them novr mth f Crcomulsion, an emtiJaified creosote that is pleasant to take, Cr«omulsion is a medical discovery ivi h two-fold action; it soothes and heals the inflamed meai" brancs and inhibits i erm growth. Of all known drug;!, cr«o«ctc is recognized by high medical authorities as one of the greatest healing agendita for from xld» and bronchial irritatiotn, Creomulsipn containt, in addition to crci:y- aote, other healing cli ments which soothe and heal the inflamed membranes and stop tho irritation, while the crcflsota goes on lo tho stomach, is absorbed Into the blood, attacks the seat of the troublo and checks tha growth of the germs,, Creomulsion is guaranteed Batisfao tory in the treatment of coughs flow co^ds, bronchitis and minor forms of bronchial irritations, and is excellent for building up the system after colds or flu. Money refunded if not relieved after taking according to directions. Aifc your, druggist, (adv.) CREIOMULSION v [ FOR THE COl/Gff mM COWS THA TtfANG ON The Home Kitchen Bj ALICE LYNN BARRY Quicik Relishes. ji-. anrte ct irbolnaanne vegrotablci c*n be passed off on tb« t*nlly if they cot»« to the IB WE me reltehea, nl^t SG -werUvy »abw3« 'or trailed gtectiaa. CK course, tt. raoan;3.gtw4 apicins. but a. numbqir of cl«M»irab[» voyetables ptherwi«o tenora! , em b« propared in Hits war *nd be i-eal]y enJooraSe as wrcB »ia gopd for yotl EJapocinJly tt Shoro'a nawch fitting of pteat and H«no (km a. ftnr trhich can be pro- parad cjjuickly tTith the ton- trash vepetsdMtori thai %ro availab!« at thia Onto: j C*uKntfrcr l 1 caalDower. j 1 tomtit* «eierr I 4 I 4 i I tcaurpoon ceiety i i t«unpoona silt. j 'li tetLspqon try muatardf I 1 Ksnpoan Icrinn jutce. Cat the ccttarr into small sections icttd cnt up the -aullCTo-scur into small flowercta. Th m place frith the riispped peppois In a lau-ise sauciv pan, acjfl 2 quarts ot boffins' water. fiaJtcfl. and ow er. Let stand ·niiSiht. In tha mommar plac* th« tire, cooking In the same watxa! nu aoakcd in. WTven teodac, «J.rajw th«t liquMl off. Place tho Vflswtabk*' tn A saucepan, add tht BcafJontcfr and ti« idneg-ar and lemon jtdca an* cook for half an hour lonser. Ttaan to atone crocks. % Mi Celery R«llsb. k bunches ot celery. 2 red peppers. , 2 griwn. peppers, 2 large onions. 1 cup brown sugar, i 2 teaspoons salt. teaspoon dry mustard. teaspoon celerr socciff. teaspoon clovee. 1 cup vinegar. 1 teaspoon lemon Juice. , Kemove tha celery leaves ftn4 roots. Remove seeds of th« sweet peppers and chop all vegetables at fimsly aa possible Fiaoe in a. large Kjiiicopan, c^dd the spices und vinegar and let it come to the bolDng; point. Thtj«i Blmmer for halt an bour. Pour intit crocks and cover, Ifairtaff hi a coJd place. M it is doslreii to keep this for some weeks er montSis, then !t is beat tp ·«·! the jam avoid delay H bore to your tijtrn"! Telephone for ap- pomtaients . . . ii f a r o s lime and irouble. 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