The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 6, 1930 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 6, 1930
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, OONNELLS VTIvLE, PA, PAGE FIVW, Rosenberg and Bell Named In Probe of Donohoe ®- OortUnuect from Pajre One , Ci4irlU» promised lior Unit if aha would "forgot 1 that Glenn Allwm ·« as IKVJBO on the night Ucnohoc was killed, V4 Wonsetler would be rleaa- ?l from ftirtlior imprisonment, she ·was to 50 froo on it conspir«wjy charge and AUum would got from 15 to 20 yoars. Tho conversation was In tho corridor of the county Jatl. It was bolero Mrs. HoM hud been askod to xmo back f^-om Wh-eeling whoro sho was hiding to vialt Wonsotlor In jail, It was twHin-Ml. "Don't you It now they got a bunch oi" bloody towela on your back porch," 0 arietta told bar, according to Mrs. Hose. 'vrhey can ttso them as damaging exhibits," continued Oarletta, according to Mra. Hss. Although aho s,a d s'ho took this as a threat on Chirletts' part to connect h«r wlLSi the swo. she refused to clianso hei story that on the night 01 tho nuirdov AMtini was In his room 'auff-eilnK Twin u '.eadacho and had KtK downstairs oarly In t'he morning lor some nifidlcluo. "Woll you did have some bloody towoiei on your bade porch." interjected Special rrosocutor A E. Jones. 1 " I didn't think I was so careless, but If I had been I could -easily explain way they were," Mrs. Mesn answered. "You had them uimly«Hl. What were they?" At this point tha special prosecutor announced that ho had sent Oarletta ener to tho jail to talk to Mrs. Hesa and that Garletts \vna acting for him / Vacation Over letts calling her on the telephone 'and tolling he: that lie wanted to nee her mother badly in conubUiou \\ith "Big Ed" WonseUor. Mrs. C asker said she wont to "Wheeling whore her mother was staying and 'delivered tho ines- sago. Garletts told her to wear a hoary veil and clotlves cliffen ut from what she ordinarily wore- c u. the street. Garle-tts was to moot Her mc-fher in Brownsville and drive lior in bia automobile to Uniontowu to tho jail to e-ee Wonsetlcr, tho daughter said. Mildred said that Gaile-tts proposed to her that her mother eotno to Brownsville at night Um«. Ho Avoulcl then take her to tho warden's wing oE the county where they would bo met by Mr. Wlison and ah would bo taken from there to sea Wonsetler. After that a midnight onCerence was to be held by Speclul Prosecutor Jones, after which sh^ was to be taken back before A. A. Downing could find and arrest hi r. Mra. Hess said the arrangement did not "look good" to he'- and she did not como iu reply to Carletts' request. The final ·ttdtness of the day and one of tho most brief, was A W. Dice, Focal gunsmith, Tho day of tho murder Dice said he was called to John t)ono- hoe's ofllce in Court atr' et and directed to open tho slain man's safe. In the party were District. Attorney N, W. ft.osen.berg ami two or three other men. Dice said he drilled a hole into the boSa and broke the lock, Mr, fetmui. flue has b^n a witness on Roa(nb(r g Re emed very nervous. Dice each of the four hearings. H«r teati- sal( , He (U(1 not rfrCO . nlzo tho re3l · yesterday linked the namo o£ the fff tno meu in tlle roonii jv lr . p^ c6 aal( j in an attempt to *ecure Information Iratn her. "I w i l l take f u l l responsibility for that," aatd Mr. JCHUJS. Mrs. Hess said t h a t Garletts aaked h r If she couldn't think of somebody ·who did not bolorg to "our" crowd upon whom the murder could be plume!. In addition to tho $2,500 reward O.nlotts said a special offer of $5,000 h u d bfen made from a private source for anyone who would solve tho mystery. "We need the money," Garletts told JtK-r, a cording to Mrs. Hosa. "I t,ald. 'Squire Garletta, you go ahead and got that money.. There is no one connected with this case that concerns me," Mrs. Hesa testified she reilksd. 'Woll Mrs. Hoss," continued Mr. .Tones, "didn't you make this reply to Sciulro Oarletts whon ho asked you to toll the truth about Glenn Allura. Didn't yon say 'What would you do JJf. Carletts it he vaa your own son?" Jhn nctorod Mr. JOIK-S. 'T nover did, Mr, Jones." Mrs. Hoss told Vv» jurors that ahe know tnal, Garletts 1 right name *r.ts C. Columbus Garlotto. She denied Gurletba was the ftivrt person she knew yjwan she canto to Vayotto county. She axt tho Brownsville squire whon she ·wont to purchase an automobile, aald {Mrs, Heao. . Helen Hess was again on the Nancy Carrol, flicker luminary, snapped at Los Angeles on her return from a month's vacation in Hawaii, where she solved the mysteries of the surfboard and the ukelclc. Sato District Attorney N. W. Rosen- ·wriOi the · BalU was asktnp her about any Wavoraatlons she might have hatl Irith Donohoe on tae occasion o£ his Sdalta to her house. "Did Donouoa and Bosenbdrg over Biavo any dlfforoncei. 1 .'" Mrs. Hesa was asked. Well, Qonohoe \ms discussing the , 61. tuKh.Ur house still case," answered Mis. Hess. (Tho «ue in which Dono- loo, Bledsoe, Sum Joseph, Sam Splnella and Ben Bergle had been ar- o'tted on conaptraty charges,) "He, on conaptraty (Donohoe)) told me ho would novor be prosecuted," continued the witness. Uhe said Donohoo said Mr. Roseu- troCK couldn't afford to proae-cute him ua ho (Dono'hoo) was holding something over Mr. Hosaaberg's h-aad. "He bad fcomothlng on Rosenberg, then, Mrs. Ilesa?" "Yos, sir." Itonohoo told hoi he had taken a Uclontown woman up the mountains to a cabin or boiuo place. Sho didn't ·know how it was Arranged. Ro^eu- bei-g and tho woman were in a room together whon Donohoe walked in she aald Douohoe told her. Donohoe told Itosenberg ho had 5 omethlng on him and he had better do something about it (meaning tho Information) tho wtt- iioss testlilad Doaotioe told her. "I never know Mr. Rosenberg at all" she- addod in. auswer to another quoation. Mrs. Hess again lepoatod the con- veisixtlon (she had with Dononot* on the Saturday boforo ho was mur.lored. Ho drove bin car into the ditve-vay said Mrs. ilcsu. "Helen, I see you have takon your »imo oif my petition. Who had you do that?" Donohoe asked her, sha said. Kverybody was raising so much " tioMblo. 1 advised to do it, Jack, Mr;,. Hesa said aha Informed IJoiiohoe. "H'oll, whoovor advised you WUB no li-lead of min-e," replied Donohoo as lie drovo away. Asked If she had auy other con- venations with Donohoe, Mrs. Hess said about two week t before that time Donohoo had spoknn about wanting to cot some papeit- that had some connection w i t h tho judge's office and the district attorney's office. What thoiifc papers wore, Mrs. TIess said ahe didn't know and Dot.ohoo never mentioned, Panirhfer on Stand. Mrs, HPSSS was followed on the fcta-id by Mrs. MUdied H«sw Casker, ^3-j oar-old daitfchter, who told of Gar- Don't Cough! O«t quick relic/ front thoto (raring Utoi tlte matMcnlnk tl.felc witti Severd'l CUUHQ Bul- «»m, A I'uvcruo with mother* and chlldreit I'ur 49 y««ri. 9nfc, effective. Ynuf dcug- a!it han it Two -Jo »ml JOc. After breaking opon the tkor, and making sure that the innor doors wero open, l!ce said h left. He did not remember any o£ th-s convorsation between tho parties at ilie tim«, Dice declared. It was almost 5 o'clof k when Coro- nor BalU adjournd for the day. Attorney H. Vaaoe Cottom was added to the array of attorneys -ft ho have t^kon a hand iu tho examination yesterday. Air. Cottom spoke directly lor tho coroner's office^ with Attorney Cavalcante representing the inurdar victim and Special Prosecutor Jones tho Commonwealth. Greater Beauty For Lovely Women Beauty's flr«t requisite -- skin perfect i o n Thus, the 1'alrest and smartest uae MliljIiO-OrjO Face Powclar thai »ptcadH more sfnoothly j i n d produces a y o u t h f u l bloom'. Its ne\/ Prrnuh process makes M£!I-tO-GJ^O uUiy on longer und buna the shiny nosr Pure 1 Pro- vcritu pastiness, fltiklnc-ss I r r i t a t i o n and las go porg. Use ME^bl .O-C-tXJ. Connellsville Drujr Co. -- Advi rtlaemont. FAYETTE CITY BRIDGE MEASURE IS POSTPONED WASHINGTON, Feb. C --The bill of Senator Reed and Congressman Koii- dall, Pennsylvania, seeking to extend tor ono year and three jeare, respectively, from March 2, 193d, the time for permitting the Payette City Bridge Company to commence and completo construction of a proposed bridge across tho Monongahela River was deferred on. objection o£ Congressman Cochran of St. Louis until reports are received from Army oil pincers and others. Tho bill waa to have bean considered yesterday. Perryopo!i» TERHYOPOLIS, Feb. ( --Mw. L. A. Brown entertained the missionary society at her home here Tuesday even- Ing. Dale Marshall, who hal been 111 *or time, is back at ecliool He is n junior at Perry High. The Perry High baslotball teams journeyed to Redstone on Tuesday evening tvnd came homo v ith two more viotorie« to their credit The girls' storo wna 22--4, and tho boys, 31--21, Tho Public Sppnlking i USB of Parry j Township lllpti 80)100!, uniior tho in{ slrucllon ot K a i l H. Cuitlrf w l i l jiro- [ stint thu Iticture, "rfour Uiapea," In j tho public school nuditoi lum on yrS- day, ^abruujy 7. Tharo Jiaa been a f^riwit doul of ttmo dovotod to thu lecture, Oingle prescription [riiade a f famou doctoi ELDOM has any single act betjn of greater benefit to mankind than the one which Dr. Caldvroll 'performed back in 1885 when he wrote the presci-iption which has carried his fame to the four corners of the earth. Over and over, Dr. Caldwell wrote this prescription as he found men, -women, and children suffering frbm ( those common symptoms of constipation, such as coated tongue, bad breath, headaches, gas, nausea, biliousness, poor appetite, or lack of energy, etc. And it invariably relieved these symptoms BO much more pleasantly, so much quicker than other things, that his patients simply had to tell other people about it, Tko demand for this prescrip- tion grew so fast tltat by 188 Dr.' Caldwell was forced to hav a it put up ready for use and sur · ply drug stores with it. Toda ' you can get the generous bottle i of pr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsii, as it is called, at nil drug store:, ^Vhen,, you or your children suf - fer from any of the symptoms o' constipation, ifc will pay you t J remember this safe, pleasant · tasting, effective, laxative j mad only from herbs «nd other pur ingredients; a real corrective fo constipation. A, doctor's 47-yea experience behind this formula! DR. VV. B. CAIOWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN A Doctor's Family Laxative Farm Calendar Timely Romlndara From The Pennsylvania Stuto Buy 1 Seed Curofidly--Owing to tho good crop ol red clover seed produced In the country last year, prices tiro lover than usual. Farmers «iro urged, however, lo buy fnom ·reliable eeedfi- mfin or to have a good-siaed sample of tho prospective purchase analyzed for impurities and tested tor gemina- tion by thn State Deportment of Agriculture bei'ore buying. I*«88 Bulk In Fertilizers--Now terti- lizare contain leas bulk than the older {dnde. A ton of the concentrated fertilizer may contain between two and tour times aa much plant food as the fertilizer mixtures formerly use1. Savings in freight and handling coets result and the cost per unit of plant food is much lower than in the past. Good results have been obtained in using the new fertilizers in comparison with the bulky kinds. Plan for Next State Show--With tho 1930 Stato Farm ProductH Show now passed Into history, many farm jmmpx already ans planning' for participation in the 1531 event which wilt be held in the new building now being crectod by the, Sparger premium lists are under consideration to lit the expected incieased size of tho «how. flraco llroken Trees--Bracing ie recommended by Ponn Stato f r u i t f specialists tor apple trees broken down i by heavy loade of f r u i t . Largo t branches, tsplit down from the crotch and lying on tho ground, can be pullw! into place with a block antl tackle, then bolted et tho bottom and braced with wire four to six feet above tho crotch. Order Tegetobies Early--The beet vegetable, needs usually ( are obtained by ordering early. Later, the best varieties will be exhausted. It la best' to atudy various seed catalogues anl order onl ytho most reliable strains. Beware of novelties. THREE NEGROES HELD FOR'MURDER AT FITZ HENRY SA1ITJITQN, Fob. 6.--Slliro E L,. Jiundeli committed three nogroe to the- county jail In connection with the murder of P. II. Jones, negro, at Wtz Henry Sunday night. Eugene White, 17, of Flt/.z Henr r, is charged by County IJoteeUve Ar hur B, Turner with the murder of Jc nos. The youth's father, Willie White, 4 J, is also held in caso while Mr«. J ary Johnson, 26, is being held aa a material witness. Tho three -worn arrested by Constable Duncan Douglass. ITho to Patronise. Those who advertteo in The E illy Courier. Classified Advertisements Bring results. Try Unem. The rich/ smooth flavor i* sealad-in by the ,vacuu u tin up to the moment y u open i t . . . aven bolili f won'tdest-oy the mildnzs t. Ask your grocer for Roy il Scarlet Coffee. R.CWILUAMSCO, INCORPOHATEO 23 TERMINAL WAY PITTSBURGH, PA. Use Is small. Rsiilt. are big. It Pays to Modernize Your Plumbing Come See the Very Newest BATHROOM Fittings You are invited to Visit our display room,and see the model bathroom fixtures we have on exhibit and also the numerous beautiful fitting*! which may readily be incorporated' in your present home. "I'KOSl 1VH1TE IT'S CHAS. F. WHITE 13G South Pittahurff Street. I'honrj 918-J BIWMMWWIWWMI^^ Hero arc special values for Friday ami Saturday. (Jholco grot-crips, tasty meats, succulent fruits and vegetables--all featured at special prices. J (1 ree delivery Is part of our service. PatronLzo tt» who Fruits aid Vegetables Slayman's W i n e s a p Cooking Apples 4 Iba. . Oranges', .per dozen Fancy Celery, 2 Igo stalks,., Celery Jt-Iearts, bunch -g ET ~ 15c Head Lettuce?, 3 heads Somerset Potatoes, peek ,,, Fresh Spinach, 2 pounds New Parsnips, 4 Ibs. New Turnips, 4 ibs ,, New Carrots, 3 bunches ......... Cooking Onions 6 pounds Grape Fruits, size. each ,,,,,, Cauliflower, Kale, Cabbage, Endive, etc. 25c 35c 25c largo 25c 25c 53c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c l a r g e lOc Ralston Wheat Flakes, 2 boxes i 25c Toilet Paper, 1000 sheet rplls, 3 for 25c Campbell's Tom.ito Soup, 3 cans 25c Arbuckle's Vegetable Soup, 3 cans 25c Neighbor Pancake Flour, 2 boxes 19c Neighbor Raising 15 oz. box .10c Sandwich Loaf / and Potato , BREAD 3 loaves 25c Cloverbloom and High Grade BUTTER . 45clb. Neighbor Milk, 10 tall cans 98c Wis. Early June Peas, 2 cans ,....25c Heinz Ketchup, 2 large bottles * 49c Argo Starch, 3 Ib. box 25c Pink Salmon, 2 icall cans 39c Oil or Mustard Sardines, 4 cans , 25c Sweet Cream FLOUR 24M Sack Swansdown or Snowflake Powdered Sugar, 2 boxes Connellsvllle made Elbow Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 Ibs. Diced Carrots, 2 cans ~ Loose Rice, 4 ibs. .,._ ,,...,,.. Grape Fmit, small ~t Q cans (] 2 for JL«/V' American Beauty Baked Beans,, 1 Ib, 3-4 oz. cans, S for Pure Cane Franklin Sugar 25 lb. $1.47 Glorox, 2 large bottles... Quality Coffee, per lb. _?.. White H^use Coffee, lb Sweetheart Soap, 4 cakes Free running Salt, 9 Ibs Matches, 6 large boxes Oxydol, 5 lb. box . Dried Apricots, per Ib ,, Pastry Flour, 5 lb. sack ,, _,,.. Kellogg Rice Krtppies, 2 pkgs. Uneeda Biscuit, 6 boxes .. N. B. Mixed Calces, lb 45 c Brickstein and Long Horn CHEESE 29c lb. Veribest Blackberries No. 2 cans 19c National Biscuit CRACKERS 3 lb. box 45c Finest' Quality Government Inspected M E A T S 20c Fresh Spare Bibs, per pound ..,,..--,,. BreaMast Bacon, 4 to 5 pound pieces, per pound -- -Zoller's or Armour's S t a r Sliced Hani, pound . Pork Loin Roast, pound ._...,,_ Veal, Hork and Beef, for meat loaf, t 8 pounds -. Veal Breast, per pound ............ Zoller's Sliced Bacon, per pound _ Tender, Delicious; Full Dressed Chicken;; ib. Sirloin, Tenderloin and Round STEAKS 45c 23c ground 85c 25c 35c All Beef Cut From Yearling Steers 20c 25c 42 Neck Bones and Fresh Pigs Feet, 3 Ibs Pork Chops, per pound Pork Butts, per pound Skinned Fresh Ilanis, 8 to 10 lb. average, whole or 'half, per pound Lamb Chops, per pound Pork Sausajje, loose or link, per pound Pork Shoulders, whole, per pound 25c 30c 23c 8 to 10 27c 45c 1 25c 17c 40 lb. Beef Liver, per pound Fresh Hamburg, ground, per lb Chuck lioasl, pei* pound . . · Rump Itoast per pound ... Rib Roast, boned and rolled, per pound Veal Roast, home dressed, per lb Leg of Lamb, per Ib. 30c 35c 35c 30c ,35c Armour's Star and Zoller's SKINNED HAMS Whole or Half 25c IB. Plenty ol' Parking .Spaoo at the West Side Markol. Phone 620 for Prompt Delivery West Side Market 1000-02 W, Crawford Ave. We Deliver.

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