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February 6, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1980. THE DAILY COURIER, FA- 1 AGE ELEVEN. FOREST SEARCHED FOR WHITE RUSS LEADER'S BODY French Police Get Tip Ktmte- pofi? Was Slain and Buried Near Paris. FEEDING IS RUNNING HIGH PAPIWS, Feb. C,--A band of detectives anmod with shovels searched In th* Meudon forost on th-e outskirts of Paris todfrjj In an effort to locate the ibody of Gomxral Alexander P. Koutop- ott, leader of the Russian ernlgro loroes who mysteriously disappeared horo a weok ago Sunday. They wero following a clue given In an anonynKms letter to the police received yesterday which purported, to describe the general's burial. The digging so for reveak-d no trace of the miiialng leader and tbo police were Inc-linod to regard tho letter as a hoax. The demands that France break relations vrlth Moscow In Ihe meantime UB.VB Increased, the newspaper Echo Do 1'arla demanding InimetUate severance. T*JA Communist paper Humanlte, wH'Si«ut denying that Koutepoff may hive l?«jn kidnjvpod by Soviet agents, insisted that F-rentfh generals had been assisting the White Russian emigre anny to prepare for war against tho Soviet union. The paper adds plans had reached such a stage that war would have been declared soon. This, accusation o f . intrigue has aroused further speculation as to the extent of the missing general's plans. Although tho foreign ofilce continued its policy o£ silence ou any developments. Feeling today continued to run high against the Soviet embassy hero In the press, the licho De Paris terming U\a embassy a "retreat for a number of criminals who thus escape police watchfulness." Mtirdor Jury Deadlocked. AUSTIN, Tex., Feb. 6.--A jury which twice reported it ivae "hopclosely deadlocked" late last night continued deliberations as to the guilt or innocence of John W. Brady, former Texas appellate court judge in tho slaying of Mica Lehlia Highsmith, 28, capitol stenographer, last November. Save mousy--read the ads. today Planning Her Aerial Honeymoon \ The former Betty Huyleff daughter of the late candy -king, who, on January 18, , became the bride of Pilot B. Allison Gillies, believes in making her honeymoon plans on a .imall scale, no matter how elaborate the actual outcome maybe. Old Man Weather has already forced the postponement of their tiridal Sight several times, and the young bridp says she doesn't want to be disappointed again. (Intornnttonal New.rool) Mount Pleasant When yotiVe irbofr/KII Special to The Courier. MOUNT PU3ASANT, Feb. monthly meeting of the executive committee o£ the Red Gross was held at its rooms in Church street on Tuesday evening. Mis-s Cilara E. Oloor gave a talk on the work the chapter Is doing. Milk is being furnished far six families. The following persons were prosent from the Scottdalr. branch: vVHliaro Ferguson, chairman; Mary H. Byrno, secretary; Bldln Daugherty, treat;uver, and J. 1\ KeltlUey, Mrs. W. H. Clinger- mau and Mrs. J. P. K. Miller 01! the executive committee. The meeting was one of the best held in ;;ome time. Miss Olocr has been very busy during the past nvontn and tho chapter, which has as far as possible been relieving the most deplorable conditions in this neighborhood, has also teen busy. The list of sick durlug tho month mounted until Miss Gloor was kept busy at all times. Discharged ¥rom Hospital. Earl Miller, 12 years old, of Laurelville, who was hit by an automxibile at Laurel vllle on Tuesday evening and was admitted to the Memorial Hospital, suffering with brush burnt; of the face, was discharged yesterday. The car was driven by! John Neider- hisor. Miss Cochran Hostess. The J. 0. C. Class of the Metho fist Episcopal Church was entertained by Mlsa Dorsey Cochran at her hoin-f at Stauffer on Monday evening. A social hour followed tho business sessio.i. Surprise for Mrs. MorHinore. A surprise party was given by women by tho Baptist Church ywtorday for Mrs. Anna Mortlmore at her home in North Diamond street. To Entertain Missionary. Tho Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist lipiscopal Church '.vas entertained by Mrs, J. M. Miller at her home in East Btaln street on Tuesday evening. FUtns were made to entertain Mrs. Archer, a miseionary, who will speak In the church on February 14. Son Bom to Sprlngrors. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Springer of East Main street announce the birth of a sou at their home. Other Nows. Mrs. Clinton Dullinger, who und»r- wont an operation at the Memorial Hospital some time ago, was taken to her home in West Main street yestor- day. Mlas .Belle Wineberg of West Main street in Buttering from an Injury to her lee, caused by a fall on the ski« 7 walk. Miss Charlotbco Sneppard, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Sheppard, who underwent au operation at the Memorial Hospital several weeks ago, returned to her home yesterday. Miss Llesel Miller, a nurse in tfain- Ing at the Allegheny General Hospital la Plttsburg, and Ralph Baker »f Pittsburg visited with Miss Miller's grandmother, Msrs. J. M. Miller. Trooji Six of the Boy Scouts met in its regular session last evening at the high school. Initiation followed tho drum and bugle practice. Confluence CONFLUENCE, Feb. 6---A.'G.Bong- hler la on a buelneee trip to Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clark o£ McKeen- port'wero vislUora in town yesterday. Raymond Kemp,, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Kemp, is reported very HI with pneumonia. 1L P. ami Thomae Buruv;orth wer^ uuong th« buaaiess visitors In Union ;own yeeterdaj. Clyde Kemp, who Is engaged in Statu Jload work uuar Ligouier, te visiting hte puroutfi, Mr. ami Mra. Orvllu- Ketui. James Koontz has returned to hit; work at IIomaHtead after u vleit with his family at XJrslna. it to an ad-taker at 12--13- Alverton ALVKHTON, Fob. 0--Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Hoark of Scotlxialo wen ! cullers here Sunday. j Mr. and Mre. Ralph Smith of Now \ Kensington spout Sunday with Alver- j ton relatives. G l e n n Ober was u bueincfi'S visitor In I'ittslMirtc Monday j Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Brown of Mount Pleasant were callers here Monday. Granted _Clemency florine Walr. Williams, \vi4ow oi the screen star, JCarle Williams, has been granted ttve years probation at Los Angeles on a plea of guilty to a charge of gran» theft growing out of remortgng- ing her Hollywood home. The judge granted clemency on the ground that her love for Wallace Harvey, nn oil promoter, had led her to financial and ^orsona!' Indiscretions. 'The KITCHEN 182» Woatoro Nrtrnpapi Cea.se to lament for that thou can'Bt not help, And study h e l p for that, that tho« tamonteat. --Shakespeare. SEASONADt-E D18HS3 * At this tlmo of tho year tvhen chicken, ducU and goose are so fs-eely used, It la wise to remember to une green vege- tfeblea and fruits to balance tba diet and keep the blood alkaline. A. largo glass of orange .Juice at the breakfast table will help to keep the system in good working order. Reduce the ruoroln'K bacon and egga on a day when a heavy dinner is to be served. la it in Holland where they have the custom at serving suit lish the night before n fea.st (Jay? At any rate it la a good custom, for then with the free drlnkin/j of water the nllmeiuary canal is well flushed and one may be ready to take care of a heurty dinner. Winter Saind.--Take equal measures of dlciid rich cheese, sweet plcklea also diced, and canned green peaa. Serve wiUi a good boiled dressing on lettuce. x Another Good Cold W»athor Sated. --Take equal measures of chopped olives, [Jt-us and peanuts with a spoonful of minced onion. Serve on lettuce with any good dressing. · A delicious aauce to serve with sliced roast of beef Is: Bordolaiso Sauce.--Take two tomatoes, one onion, one preen pepper-all chopped, pne clove, two tabluapoon- fuls of butter, the same of flour, one salt spoonful of cayenne pepper and one-half cupful of water. Simmer the vegetables and clove ton minutes. Melt the butter, add the flour, and cook until ; brown. Now add the vegetables, water and seasoning, simmer tea minutes und add another tablespoonful of butter. Rub through a sieve before adding the flour and butter, then cools until (smooth. Serve hot with tiie meat, Chicken With Olives.--Cut up two young chickens Into Joints and cook until tender In three pints of boiling water Season when nearly tender with one chopped orilon and salt and pepper to taste. Drain and wipe dry, th(;n fry In any sweet "fat until brown, Struln the broth and add to one cupful, two doxpn chopped green olives, a taWfspoonful of capers and serve very hot. IRISH RESERVE FORCE NEARLY COMPLETED Government Circles Eiitertain High Hopes for "Success. By GEORGE MacDONA' United Press Special Correspondent. DUBLIN, Feb. 6 -- Government circles are entertaining great hopes regarding the future succe-ss of the new Army Reserve force. Recruiting for the Cadet Corpe in the National University, where some students recently riotously demonstrated against their new move, has proved very satisfactory, the list of vacancies bing now almofil filled. Similar recruiting plans have been started in Trinity College with the approval of the Provost and the college authorities. As to the Reserve, there has been a big rush to join the rank and flle, but the Army authorities are only accepting the best. It has become apparent that a very flno typo of citizen eolclier oan he ootained by having tho reaerve« called up for winter instead o£ sum- ,iner training, as was the British practice. The thought of joining an army re- servo does not appeal to the town worker In a steady job, uid for this reason tho old British miHtta, was ro- cruited largely from an undeeirablo class. On the other tand, there is llt.tlo to do on the land during the winter months and good men oan be spared. The army authorities have made the experiment of trying to attract J.he hardy respectable young laborer and the sons of farmerti, who are land workers, and in this they have succeeded beyond their expectations, "We started in Templeuiore, County Tfpperary," said a Cabinet mlniBter in j an interview "with the United Press, ! "and we are getting- tha very host typo« of citizen soldiers; farmcra' sone and farm laborers in good employment j form the vast majority, and In fact the I recruiting is so brisk that wo can · afford to pick and choose, and only to.ke the bost types. "We have got a halt a battalion in that district on the understanding;.that j they w i l l not bo called up for training j bfitore November any year unlesa their ] services are required in an emergency." Tipperary ia noted for its stalwart young men, many of whom are to Im founi ia the Civic Guards, especially in the Dublin Metropolitan Section, Tho minister further Informed me that the Templomora experiment, has been so encouragtag that the Army authorities hoped to open coon bai- racks in the West of Ireland for recruits of a similar kind. Everson 35VBRSON, Feb. 6--Andrew Warrick has returned to Gary, Ind., where ho la employed, after spending several weekn here with his father, Simon Warrick, who has'boon ill for ««vcrnl months. Mr. Warrick's condition i:i improving. Mrs. Jack Hudson of Allcjulppa l:t visiting with relatives and friends hern Mrs. Hudson was a former resident of. Scottdale, Owen Slavin of Dawson visited with relatives here yeetorday, ,A iiro caused by some paper burning in tho basement of Tyrone Hall yenter- day was promptly responded to by the Everson Voluntoor Fire Department and the blaze extinguished before any damage was dono. Miss Mary Caroline Qretz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G-retz of Painter etreet, a nuree at the Con- nollBYille State Hospital, and a grad- uato of the training- school at Mercy Hospital, Plttsburg, has been informed that she has successfully paesod the State Board teats. Dickerson Rmi DJCKBRSON RTJNN, Feb. 6-- Owing to the continued deposslon in railroad business the maintenance of way has made a sweeping reduction in tho working force in that department. All extra gangs with tho exception of ono have been discontinued on the Yough Division of the JP. L. E. Railroad. Assistant supervisors and eeetlon foreman are reduced also. The working force has been reduced although furloughed trainmen and flremeu have been recalled. Mr. and Mre. O. S. Ogievoe have returned home after a ten days' pleasure trip to Seattle, Washington, Mr. and Mre. Emerson Wlngrove have returned to their home at Now Castlo after a few days' visit with iho former's father, Joseph Wingrove, a* William Saulfibury of Newell wao a business caller here Tuesday. Mra. W. 13. Beers o.£ North Dawson was calling on Connellsvillo friends Tuesday evening. Charles Jordon of Buena Vista was a business caller here last evening. Saved After 48 Honrs lit Sea. HAVANA, Feb. 6.--After swimming and floating tor 48 hours in high seae, Ifiidor Rivera was rescued late, last night, 15 miles oft" tho coast Ho was one of three in a skiff which upset. One man made land. Specials for Friday am $1.2QFlaxoIyn 98c $1.50 Hot Water Bottles 98c 75c Bay Rum (Pint Bottle) 59c $1.25 Liggett's Assorted Chocolates (Pound Box) 75c W HATEVER Miljirty needs for her toilet preparations can be found in oiir most complete stock. The most fragrant oi 1 soaps, the sweetest of lotions, the richest of perfumes. Thousands of attractive articles to choose from. No hiatter what you want, we have it. $1.25 Konjola SOc Prophylactic Tooth Brushes $1.00 Htibig-ant's SOc Chamberlain Powders Hand Lotion $1.00 Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic 92c 25c Nature Remedy Tablets Arra Tonic Choice of Entire Stock Ivory Now Reduced Edna Wallace Hopper's Preparations $1.00 vahies --(9c .75 values --40c ALL SUNDAY $4.00 Electric Toasters 124 West Crawford Ave., Connellsville, Pa. t$uvtAn£vvv«ftft**nftmft4V%wv*^^ An All Steel, Electric Welded, Brick lined, Warm Air Furnace, Made of strictly first class material, by a reputable, experienced manufacturer, to sell at a popular price. This furnace is constructed of IK avy gauge steel with all seams el ictric welded. Extra heavy, fire brick lining. Extra large radiator with direct da m'per outside the casing. Locomotive type rocker gate bars with convenient shaker handle. Tight fitting specially constructed galvanized casing easy to install, Conveniently located oversize Wf ter pan, smoke consxrmer feed door liner. VI1 joints fitted -with, asbestos ga kets. Completely Cased Ask us for an estimate on heating your home. See Our Exhibit AH This Week 116 North Pittsburg Street, Second National Bank Building. 400-401 Title Trust Bldg., Connellsville, Pa. Classified Advertisements · Whoa iku-od in Ike- coHmn-s of The (ViiiriAr i«-ln» r«5iitttR. Trv tham.. A dollar's worth of satisfaction lor every one you spend. Cull And You'll Uet It I Phone 841. That is the expression we hear from hundreds who use our Classified Columns. The cost is moderate and the results big. Use our Classified Columns. 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