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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 7, 1930
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t f FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL LSVIULE, PA. PAGES F1VJB. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIERY TOLD Special to Tho Courier. SCOTTDAL-E, Feb. 7. -- Walter Cosztyla and Fi ed Koldys, boys held for court by Justice of the Peace William Konnel on 13 charges of breaking find catering, "were given hearings yesterday and fined six cents each and costa and orderjd sent to the Industrial School «t Huntingdon, Pa. Th l)oy« plead guilty to all o£ tho charges. PotOi- PoUneki. held in. the Grecna- hurg Jail on a charge o£ breaking and ·entering and larceny, wn« given a hearing yosterduy and allowed to go Tree. Polineki it a. Swedetown boy. Miss Strlcklci- Hostess. Hiss Helen Stdcklor entertained at a bridge dinner at the Blue Lantern Tea Room laat evening. Savon tables ·were brought imo play. / Valentino Social. The Luther League of St. Paul's Lutheran Church held a r.iost enjoyable Valentine t.ocial i\i the church laet evening, Gaiuea wore piayed and refreshments were served. Jewish Women Meet, Mra, Leon Morris was hostess to the Council of Jewish Women at her home in Mulberry street yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Joseph Kiskird of Greensburg was tho e (maker* Outfits "were present from Greeusburg, Mount Pleasant and Connellavijle. A)l-Duy Session. Tho Woman's Missionary Society of the i'rcobytorlan Church held* aa all- day mooting at ihe church yesterday. At noon ri lunch w«« served, each member bringing hoc own sandwiches. At the afternoon session Mrs. N. B* Sllsloy was the leader. Mrs. Albert Waro and Mrs. "W. F. Shotts were in charge of tho devotions. The women in charge of tho ttudy were Mre. C, 13. Thureton, Mrs. H. R. Alken, Mrs. Josee Engel, Mrs. W. B. Sayvo and Mrs. A. C. Pranks,. Dorcas Bible Class. Mrs. Albert Ke^ter entertained the Dorcas Bible Class of the United Brethren Church at a business and .'ionial meeting al her homo In Pittsburg street last evening. Othpr IS'OTIS. Harry Porter, formerly of the Por- 1er Stoner ttoro on Pittehtirg street, has gone iti training at the Keystone Uorg sit Mount Pleasant. Accosting 1 (Jlrls Vanned. The police department will not ·tolerate men stopping oa streets and blowing horns Of care to attract the iiltpnttou of girlu or driving along the f t r o e t , stopping at the curb and ask- fns? them to gel in their cars. War has licen dQclared on this cort of thing iuid it is tho intention of the police U*partinent tluit girls niay walk nlong I l i c ritrpot without hcing accosted vp-ry couple of blocks by eorno person driving up arid calling to thorn. Patrolman Cus Hoffman got his first . Won't Furnish*] Proofs of Temperance! Offldnla of the V. C. T. U. of 'New York State l\avt refused to i accept the challenge of Mrs. | Charles T. Sabin, chairman of tho 'Women's National Organization, for Prohibition Reform, that they 'produce names, addresses and au- 'thorativc proof of 1,000 person* ;in the State of Nevr York who · drank to excess before the advent i of prohibition, but who havo ceased drinking aa reault.ojE_it^ man last evening. G rle along Broadway were "being accosted. Tho young men were given an opportunity to got out oC town or go to the police station, Boy Scout Display. The Scottdale Boy itaouta havo tliolr anniversary week d it play iu the window of the «tore on Pittnburg street next to the Strand 1 heatre, formerly occupied by the Dollar rftore. Thta display is creating unusual interest since the First Natioi al Dunk is offtfr- Irig a cosh prlza foi the beet troop display, also a prize for the best individual dteplay. Killed in Crahh In Air. SAN ANTONIO, Jf-eb. 7--Second Lieutenant A. B. On, 32, was killed near Jiore when Ms airplane went Into a tailepin after being crashed by another army craft. Sorgeant A. I' 1 . J'arrar, 33, riding ^witii Orr, leaped to safety, and Lieutenant C, R. Storrie, pilot of the second plane, landed safely. Victor Rsidios Monthly Payments GEO. W. CARROLL Extra Yfllm's From Oar Underselling Slioc Department For the Whole Family Women's Novelty Footwear SZ.75 Patent and Satin Velvet anci Kid Demonstrate the l-'amous Bice Method Free to Callers at Hotql. It you are'rupturecli, your.big opportunity ban now arrived. IE you want to be free from the slavery ot gouging, chafing trusses* that make life a burden and misery, then here aud now is I lie time to act. The Bice experts, trained under the personal direction o£ \V. S, Kice, ot Adams, NT. Y., originator oi' the famous Rica (Nou-Surgia£tl) Rupture Method, will bo at Royal Hotel, Coniiell»ville, Pa., Monday, February 10, also at the Titlow Hotel, UnloTttown, Pa., Tuesday afternoon and evening, February n, all day and evening Wednesday, jbruary 12 to give free demonstration and trial of hiu aato and painless method to every man. woman and child who is Ruptured, You hare, no doubt, hoarcj and read much about this famous Rice Rupture Method and the wonderful cures which thousands have, reported Irom it, Now, you have the chance- to jda.d, out \ll about it--to have it personally applied to your own. rupture and learn jut?t what ty can and will do in your own case, 3nst call at the hotol and these exports will givs you their personal attention, beat adivlce and complete demonstration entirely free. Are you tired of that binding, hampering, uncomfortable old truss? Would you like to be done with, truss wearing forever? Then Investigate the Rice Method and learn tho wonderful opportunity for help and euro It otters. Kemember it Is different from everything eU,o and is accomplishing -wo clerful results where all other treatments, and even operations have failed. It is modern, un-to-tho-minute, abreast 'of the latest scientific developments. It is the one rupture method you are not asked to take on faith alone--tho one method that is positively demonstrated to you right on your own rupture, without any charge whatever. ,, Don't let tins great opportunity get away from. you. Your call on the Hice Exports is sure to prore ono of. tho best thiEgs you ever did. They will be here only one day thou your opportunity w II be gone. RomembBr, you do not spend a penny unless, after having a complete denions-U-ation, you decide this is the method for you, and you--you alone--are the sole judge of that. Gall any time from 9 to 13 A. M., 2 to 5 P. J!, or 7 to D evenings, Slnvply atk at tho hotel for the Rvco IQxports and they will do tm rest. Ludy Expert attends all lady callers. Don't miss seeing these Rice Experts. If for any reason, you cannot call, write for froo trial to Wm. Si. n«'c. Inc.. Ux. 107, Allmi», N. V, ---Adver ti s em ent. "EDUCATIONAL" CAMPAIGN, PLAN OF WET GROUP Women's Arch Shoes Reduced to Patent and Kid Straps, Oxfords ajid Tics. Novelty Footwear Up to $0.00 valuefc in straps, ties, pumps and oxfords. A}t sizes. Women's Higher Priced Footwezxr Reduced for Saturday Up to ?5 00 values. Large array of styles and leathers. Boys' Shoes and Oxfords Tan and black h nthers. Up to f!! 00 values. Infants' Dress Shoes Lace or button styles. Slxos to S, Misses' and Children's Shoes M nip, Tipp and Oxfords*, and H i g h Shoos. ]UacIt and l a u h 1 at hers .47 f l W E DEPT*--HAIX FLOOR By United Prci». WASHINGTON, JFob. T.--Businees men, physicians, scientists and priwon officials, rath-er than famous und out- epolren. wcits, will feature tho hearings on anti-prohibition bilifl to open before tho Houses Judiciary Committee next ·week. This plan "was «lopted by House wet leaders today in sen effort to make the bea -ings a serious "educational" campaign, Inslxxwl ot just another forum for \ he worn, familiar argumoute the man on fits streot ha« heard for 10 years. lu making up tholr Itets of ·vitneeaea they have eliminated such wot spokesmen, aa Alfred IS. Smith, Democratic presidential candidate last year, Dr. Nicholas Bailor, president of Colatabia University, and others who havo inado an ieue oi their views. Ilealizlnt; they have alwolutely no hope ot action on bills proposing repeal of the 18th AmemJment, wot loaders havo decided upon the now line of strategy, hoping, eventually, to convince the country na a whole that the present prohibition laws havo failed. The -wet bloc "will make a particular effort to Include among Its witnesses men aud women who have changed their vie we regarding prohibition since It became effective, capeclaliy those who voted for the amendmnt but now favor modification or repeal. Everybody's Store 121 N. Pittsburgh St. A DRASTIC SACRIFICE! Ruthlessly Sacrificed as We Never Carry Coats From One Season to the Next. We must dispose of all Winter Coats before spring merchandise arrives and here are savings---three tremendous groups--all at great reductions. \ --Fur-Trimmed Dress Coats --Plain Tailored Sports Coats --rStyles You Can Wear for Several Seasons --Black and Other Colors --All Sizes Barely will you find coats of th«so qualities soiling at such low prices. Here's four chance to buy yonr next TV inter's, coat, now, Tim furs on these coats are worth the price -we are asking 1 for the ontJro coat. Business Women to Defy Long Skirts in Shows Ohiopyle OHIOPYI.E, Feb. 7--Mrs, N. A. Knotter and daughter, Wilma, spent Thursday calling-on friends in Con- nellaville. Mi's. Harris Ceremer and Mies Evelyn Snyder who have spent the past several weeks in Ohiopyle left Wednesday evening ou the Detroit Limited for their home at Detroit. Judson \Vabl3 of Boswell is spending a few days in Ohiopyle vlaiting relatives. L. M. Hay of Mill Run wa« a visitor in town Thursday. Harry Tissue of K a u f m a n n was a toiler in town Thursday. A. E. Bvirnworth of Muollor was \ business -visitor in I own Thursday. An a!l-ta} ciutltint; was held at Ibii homo of .Mm. J. 1J. Woocjineiii'y on Conuiiprtial wlieel, \Vudtiesday. Mis. M. ButSe-r 01' Faruiington wad a · hopper in Oliiopyle T l i u i s d a v Stolon I'ifys Sqncul on Thievop, CLEVELAND, O., Feb 7--Berause elt alleged stol«?n pigs "«que«lod on them," nad tftracitcvl the nttontion ot RUthroltiec, f our men were given do- Eerred eentence* by Grtmlnfll Judge Frank C. Phillip*. NOOW YORTC, Keb, 7.--In hum reds of fashion shows to be »taj?ed dire igh- out tho Utiit»d Sttttas during Nat oaal uBlnesa Women's Wwk, Brtarch 0 to Ifi, buatnesa -woauem \,ill bw Uhe financo of thu Jong sidrts v, ilch couturiorB havo attom-pted to tl rn»t upon tlwni. WhU/e the evolution of bits! i-ess women's fasliiona from tho days i hon teachers 1u dwne ^.-hools first ra pod tho knuckles of ?eciUcltrant snail boys to rnako tlioin. ijehave, and wo non cllsponsod popporiivinI' loaones to penny purchasers in shopa iu 1 ioir own homos will be Ulnstratod in t W»G fashion shows, tbo foeu/1 jxjint of n any ot Uwsnx will tbo a doraonstration oi th-a fasbioTis of 1949 and 1930 us the couturier conceived th-m., and as 1 nsi- meaa women want them to be. Miaa 19*3 will mako her entrant in tho abbreviated skirts -whioh wore all the vog-ue the early part of last y l ar. Mlaa 1830 will roprsent tho last n ord in tho long, trailing garments w! ich are now acclaimed tho modo. Ail' in botw-een thorn will mariih Miss Ha py Medium, stnllllngly domoustratiu a costume whioh is ap l.itriguing bl vnd ot the two stylos--short enough tt be comfortable; long enough to IK* up to- clate; in short, a gartrent whicli las tho approval of tho business ·vronioi of America. Already loaders in the Nalicjal Ji'oderatioti of Business and Pro es- sional Women's Clubs, the organ nation which sponsors National Busir as Woman's "Week, have expressed, in no uncertain terms their distaste for ho long skirt for business wear. vd- nuitting tho charm c-f soft, cling ng draperies foe the tea tabte, and of diaphanous chiffons swirling' al) nit slim ankles for thoator or dance, tl ey have sworn never to capitulate to long skirts for business. "Tlio new. styles, which may hi ve a, place for the younc girl ahelte ed iu a homo, or for the busiiiosw girl 4n her hours of relaxation, will ue er Iw accepted by pj ogre,ssiv( husin-sb women for au evevydtii' gaib, a n d more than men wilt go back to i Uo Prince Alben coat or c u t a w a y « id tall It al fortnorly demanded of th in d u r i n g busliios.'} .witrs," Miss Mai m II McClench, ot A n n Arbor, Mi i., prosidont of ihe l^ecleruLion has '·?- sorted. M!HS Ma-gaiet S t e w a r t ot Ogden, Utah, N U i l o u a l irea-uuev, 1 is gone one step farther. "It w i l l je snort hair and Miorl s k h l s for i-e as long'as I live," sho declares I t 1.1 hentimeni UUe these on t no p n r t of Ihe leaders of the organi. A- Uon which has led national her t- iTUrirters to suggept to the ". ,100 lo il clubs, many of whom ar planni IK shows for Business "Women's Week, that thoy give at least on« scewo eon- phasizlng the bnalneBS -woaaatt's pro- teat agalmst^the overlong 1 »klrt. GAME PROTECTORS ET NEW UNIFORMS , FOR FIELD DUTIES HAURISBIJRG, Feb. 7.--All regular field officers of the Game Commission and department heads are uow in possession of the regulation unitornna and equipment recently authorised, by, the ( board. The uniforms are *pattorned after the new itniforms of the aimy officer, and are ollve-greon in color. Reefers patterned afler tho old army officer's maclcinaw also have been furnished. Officers are also equipped ·with police whistles. The Sam Browne belt, pistol holster, and puttees arc of tan colored pigskin, and with shoes to rtiatch. The regulation sidearm is a ,88 special revolver. Two silver white State Seal ornaments are worn on each side oi. the roll collar of both tho uniform coat and ree-fr. A rlmi- lar ornament, but larger, ia worn on tho campaign' hat. Oiv'the left sleeve at the shoulder of both coat and reefer is tho comniiB.s i lon'8 insdgna which consists ^o-C a half circle of maroon flannel'upon which is embroidered tho words Game Protector in black (letters and a solid black koy- stono. The value of the uniform in law enforcement work will be greatly emphasized officials said when worn while stopping and iUBpectii!?? cars. Without uniforms officers are constantly iu danger when attempting to »top automobiles and in one or two instances were fired upon and almost run down, drivers apparently believing they were being subjected to a "hold-up." The u n i f o r m will bo won wlien. searching the homes of aliens for (ire- arms and when searching aiiv property Cor evidence of the violation of game lu .vs. Ofllcfn, will also wear the u n l f o i n i when appe.uing before apcn laineu's o r g u n i / a U o u , Held t i l u l s or field insets, or any meeting the officer d'ircctly represents Gump Conuuisiiloii Plan Iltusliing: Bee GRUNDY CENTER, la., Feb. 7--A plot on tho farm of Clyde "Wllholrn near hero will bp c a r e f u l l y fertilized this spring in preparation for the national husking contest to be held there in 1031 That Cranks Your Car - - - - Deep in your cir lies the battery. It's a silent, efficient machine that performs its tasks with little attention or thought on your part. But beware the dangers of neglecting your battery ontirely--cranking is no fun. Drive in. regularly and havo yout* battery chocked--it's ;·, money-saving habit. i Wlicn Your Old Bnttcry Has Outlived Its Usefulness and Must Be Replaced--Let Us Inslfill n BATTERY Jos) Oppcriniiu Henry Opj^erman Jusf Across (ho fiflt^a West f'riiwford Ao. Phone J352. wwwfwwy!^^ OLisssFse v%t*0vvwweftflft0u^w * THE JOB DEPARTMENT THE COITEJIEE DOES ALL KINDS 0? COECBCSEaiAL PEINTIN. j

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