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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 8, 1930
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Hi dition p A rice ConnellsviHe's Suggest and Best Newspaper. Tlie Best Advertising Medium in the Yough Region* 28, NO, 76. The Wrckly C«nrirr ( Fonndc«l Jtuy 17. 187O. i Merged. I The Daily Courier, Founded iVoWWber 3O, lt02. July IS, 1029. j CONNELLSVILL: 1, PA., SATURDAY E 'ENING, FEBRUARY 8 t 1930 MASS MEETING SUNDAY EVENING WILL PRECEDE EVANGELISM CAMPAIGN (S-- Elsren Protestant Churches Will Join in Service at First Methodist Episcopal Chnrch. REV. DRUKER WILL SPEAK The -evangollstlc personal vrork carapalgii of the 11 Protestant churches in ConnellsTillo will be started tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock with a mass meeting at the First Methodist Bpleoopal Church, One hundred fifty workers have been e»l«ot«-d !rom tihe churches by tho Conn-elUiviUe Ministerial Association and they aro scnedulod to as- semible at 3:30 o'clock; tomorrow aftor- noon at the First Christian Church. Bov. Raymond Druker ot the Forest Avonuo United Presbyterian Chur«h'o£ Bellevue, Pittsburg, who will be hero for the week to direct the work, will deliver tho adco-ess at tho mass rally Sunday night. Local ministers will participate In the following program wthich will Vv j Covered that her flock of 35 Rhode Chicken Thieves Get Some Fine Ones In Dunk r Township Chicken thieves are cleaning out coops In Dunbar township in n wholesale manner, it I as revealed again this morning whim two additional homes reported robiberis to authorities. T. H. Smith and his daughter, Miss Bessie Smith, occupy double adjoining houses on tho connecting ash road iu the township, Tunning from and between the old am! new tuiontown- ConnellsvUlle roade This morning when Mr. Smith went to the coop he found the entire flock of hl« 36 Plymouth Rocks taken. The birds weighed between five and seven pounds and were v ilued by him"'at $2 each. Similarly Miss Smith · also dis- condue'ed at the First M. E. Church. Organ, Mra. \j. G, Hoover. Hymn. * Invocation, Her. John H, Lambert- jon, First ChurcTi. Apoatles Oreed. Prayer, Dr. Methodist Protestant H, Ketrick, Trinity Loithoran. Chim-h. Choir, Scripture lesson, Rev. B)mer A. Schultz, Church, Announoemortts, P'irst United Brethren Rev. George B. Krupp, United Presbyterian Church. Offering, Hot. Eim-er H. Stevena, Flrat Baptist i^hurch. Introduction of speaker, Rev. R. E. Shobor, First Oalted Brethren Church. Address, Rov. llaymon'd Drukor, Bollevue. Prayer, Rev. Kugono N, Duty, First Christian. Obirnfc. Hymn, Rev. C'. George Sbnpe, Trinity Reformed Church. Benediction, ROT. Fred Winernan, Groenrwood WethodiHt Episcopal CBrardo, The personal worfews will gather flaoh evening at supper conferences and th«n conduct the personal visitation in tli-e homes. Th* suppers will bo h«Jd at lh« foUowint; churches; Monday--- Fim MeUtodtet Proteistant Ohurch. Tueeday-- Firtt Baptist Church. W0d-n«9day-- First Christian Church. Thursday-- Fii t Methodist Episcopal Church. Friday -- Trinily Lutheran Church. 110th Officers Hold Conference At Washington The auuual oBltors* mooting of the 110th Pennsylvania Infantry was held this aftornaon at Washington, Pa., in the chamber oC commerce rooms at tho George Washington HoM. Colonel John Aiken presided at the business session which began at 2' 30 o' lock Onicers on tl» bpcakorH 1 " piograni were General Edward Martin, Colonel William H. Oury ot the United Statea \rrny, Colonel IJnvirt .T. Davis, Colonel Isaac C. J e u k i , Weuten.i.nt Colonei William II. /.iordt, Lieutenant Colonel Kranklln P. HaHer, Jr., Lieutenant «;oloncl Leo A. Luttringer. Procedure of court-marl ial will be discussed by Major John J Kennedy of Scotldale: cleaning and renovation of equipment by Captain Harold K. Staufter of Conullsville, coming l-'edenil inspection by Major Edwaid (}. JMcCormlck; Impressions of Federal inspection, Captain George G. Island rels weighing between five and six pounds had been "lifted." Wevcs, however, left a doz u "White Leghorns. Prints on the ground showed that the thieves had made two trips to the P«n from an automobile- which had teen parked at thv side of the ash road. Evidence o£ where tho car was parked was furjal thed by feathers which were strewn about the spot, evidently dropped 1 1 tho rough, quick handling of the fov 1. Entrance to Mist Smith's pea was affected by the- use ;£ a key. The lock on the pen had bo^n replaced in an Inverted manner, Huts disclosing the manner in which the thieves entered the coop. The hasp wan torn from the other coop 'door. TJ a,tl of ,the car was lost after it had rn.ido its way back to the Uuiootown-C onnellsville highway. The familial celloiold bands wer green and blue around the legs of the Rhode Island red flock. A fw woeks ago John Orttbb, another Dunbar township tdrmoi, wa;i cleaned oui in a similar mannei mm INSPECTOR PATRICK F. KING DIES SUDDENLY Patrick F. King', a stato mine inspector In the Pitlfctiurf? district and a fortnor resident of Fayelte county, died Friday afternoon at 1'SO o'clock in tho family home, 612 North Canai street. North Sido, n Pittsburg, following a heajrt attacl . Mr. King wa* a fc n ot tho late Austin and Mary k !ng of Bcottdale and wa« well knowti throughout tho Connollavflle coku r tffion. ho having at ono time lx«n a mine foreman for the H. C. Krlck Cok Company in the Union town district, tie was graduated from the old Now H; ven High School and resMed at beteeturing No 1, when his father was supoi intoudent ot the H. C. Frick Coke Company's plant «t that place, lie was married to Mirfu Ruean Bell of Leisenrlrig, who sur- vivee, with the fol'owing children: John, Mary, Patrick, Jr., ' Calhcrinp, Austin and Francis, all at hom« IIo JUDGE BERKEY ENTERS DENIAL OF CONSPIRACY Jurist Will Be Recalled to tand When Case Is Be- stimed Monday Morning, CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATE Special to The C o u t f e r . PITTSBURG, Feb. 8.---Judge John A. Ekarkey of Somerset, takingr the witness stand in his own defense in the Somerset county liquor conspiracy triai yesterday afternoon; emphatically denied that ho WB involved in any booae plot. "I never engaged In any conspiracy to control the sale of liquor or to protect bootleggers," be 'deo-larod. Th-e denial marked the clinvax of 30 minutes of testimonj given by Bwkey, who had taken the stand in his own behalf to defend himself as one of th-e 16 persons accused of a plot to violate National prohibition act by sale, possession and transportation of intoxicating liquor The defense attorneys 1 made known that Berkey will resume his testimony when, cou-rt reopens' Monday morning. His lawyers announced a.fte", the closing of court that Berkey will deuy all allegartona .made by Orpvornment wit- nessee thai ^«nd«d to link him with tho cons piracy. Thef stated Borkey probablr will consume all Monday mornnig HI telling his story, and that»the lonslh of timo b.« will be kept on tho stand In the foienoon will bo dt-t-ermlnod by hife cross-examination. A number of other defona witnesses will follow Berkey Court officials bolfeve tho case wlK be grivoa U the jury on Wednesday. Borley^ d««laration that he had not participated In a booze plot followed his refutation of the story of Claude A. M. Wol6h that Berkey, Foster Z1efi- ler and Welsh had met In the judge's ·ehinsbors and planned-to raine political canospaign funds to re-eleelBerkoy. He asraerted h« had flevor known of a plot to sell liquor at 16 d gaJlon to boot,- leg^orf vrtth the fjndorftUuidliig that 11 ot o-wh gallon aalo should be put l» a fclusl- fund. Ho aJso elalrawi he had never delegated W«lsh to manage htich a cons5ira«y or tnat he had over told Weteh and Ziefiler to "KO ahead" and arjangn UK» »al« ot boozo. H« tfiid he nov«r liad promla«5 yroteption ta AUTO CRASF MAY REVEAL MYSTERY Contending that they h? ve the solution of the mystery murder two years ago of John 1. G ab, wealthy CMeagoan, who was shot outside his Los Angeles ma ision, police of the coast city arc guarding information elicited fro"i Ruby Burroughs, right, who, with W. R, Mclntirc, former pohcc nan, left, was taken into'custody in connection wHh an auto .ceident and Mtslntirc charged with man- s)aagh{c' Mclntirc, questioned 'at the tim« of the Glab killing-, proved Jin alibi Inset, elow, is of Mrs Hazel J}ab, widow of the slain ni*n, who acciden ally shot Mclntirc a few days before her husband's death. Boy Seoul s Leading Asset of Community, Says Mayor Seymour BOY SCOUTS TO RENEW O A" THIS EVENING is also survived by brothers and aiatere: tht s following Autitin King ot Wearer. There will be a confurencc of company commanders with Major B. G. McCormick and a conference cf company officers with Lieutenant Colonel John/W. \Voodend. Dinner will be served at 6 o'clock. Major James L. .Ivmk of the Medl- c-\l Detachment, and Captain Harold K. Staufter ot tho JTowlUer Company, unltH located here, attended the meeting. Captain Charles W. Cun- itlngham and Captain N U Iterr, hoth o£ ScottcUl", ,i/so atteaded Iho Huntitigton. W. Va., Frank King of Alliance, Ohio, Sistet Mary Austin ot tho Fianci«ca» Orxter of Ixs Angelee, Cah, Mrs. Anna Klnr Uonflglio, wife of Dr. Bonflglio of Los Angeles, Nora, Cathorhie and Margaret King, all of PIttsbur ;. A brother, John K i n g died last Vugust in Pittsburg. Requiem high iiiaB will b« celebrated Monday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's Roman Otholic Church, North Sld° Pittfeburg, after which the funeral party will motor to Scottdale, arriving there about 11 45 o'clock Interment will bo made In St. John tho Baptist Cemetery. "Wolih's entire Rtory on tho sUtid wa« a 'tatao fabrication,"' comrcwviliKl Berkoy Attor i«ys for tho dofons-o apparently timed the denial of any participation in tho xKwe plot lo i)« tniuM the last thing «Cor» adjournment for tho afternoon, as It ca,tno in wwpomie U» the law questions aakoii before court was dismissed. A few mltiulai earlier Jtorkey had d«tiiw! Wolsh'fi that Ikrkey, Wolsh aiwl JCi«KioT arrttng«l to obtain flO,OOQ for ihu camptttitri fund through rweipts from slot ma-ohino rojicft»ionB, "1 always pa.!d my own campaifrti ex- poti»«H,' explained t)i« wltntwa. "I did so to prevent getting under obligations to any underntrappcrs Instead o* accepting campaign contributions, 1 usually assisted' other candidates for I office, 1 never ta.lkod with any person : r»ga.rdu g the rai.tini; of i ampaign i money " This vas prwedod by tioclarationa by Borkjy t h a t ho was indicted by tno United fc tales grand Jury witli 1ft other accue«d persona sexjral woo-ks after he had announced hl» intontlona of bocomln? "a candidate at tho spring primary for tho nomination of Ktatc benator. Ho explained he hstcl made his lut«t.tlons known to enter tho senatorial light a tew days after Norman fJooHo waa'eloctt'il judge of ikun^rset county ia Novomtxsr "As f a r u« the stato aenatorshlp is conoern*(l," he said, "my hat IH still in the ring " Tonl«ht at S . I 5 o'clock Px Bcotite tho country over-- IHHJ f00 of thorn- will renew Uiu oaiii of aJU^gia vce to tho KnitosJ State« This yr^r's obsorvanro of ti miver- ».irv w«-ok, w h R h begin v\ torto.\, wiii bfl ihoi 20th of tho irrfirti/, lion of ! the Seoul movement iu Atm-rx i Iiivesslod in Them WHJ Sp»n1, Itegional Exwutlre T?\\s Troop S, PARENTS ARE DINNER GUESTS TOWNSHIP TRUCK DklVER Bl/AMED FOR ACCIDENT Special to Th a Court er. RUFFSDA1-E, Feb. i.--D, T. Ryan wa« arraigned before Squire G. T. Hockey of RuCtedale- 'I' evening as the result of an automobile accident in which Karl jUaighty of Ruffsdale etiKered injui le« and e \er- dlct was given in favor of the plaintiff, tt was alleged that while going to work early in the morning about six weeks ago, Leighty wa torced off rhe W-VSHINOTON, Ffh. S -- W e a t h e r j vMui neai ' okl Kethanj by ; tho tovu- RAIN OR SNOW NEXT WEEK THE OUTLOOK HEALTH SERVICE ATTENDANT DIES OF PARROT FEVER By frnitea Tress. WASHINGTON, Feb. 8.--Harry B Andoi son, United Stages Public Health Service laboratory attendant, died today at Naval Hospital of parrot fever Anderson, the 15th fatality since the malady first broke out In this country about six weeks ago, contracted* the disease while, working as a member of the goveinmeut statf seeking to find the psittacosis germ. ortlook for tho ponod February 10 to 15 inclusive North awl MidcTo Atlantu States, rain in south and rain or MIOW ovt-r n o i t h portion at t l i e boginiaiij; of tlto W f f k and anatu about Thiu^uay. Mild i l l ' c.u'h p a r t C Uie wo««k, dlfl"-, T l u ' ^ d u v nlviht oi l''rUl»s flhi]) t r u c k w h i c h \va«? t i a v c l l n g in the sumu dncclion It wa claimed that the t r u c k did uu( have a tail liRht and that t h i s censed Leighty to run ilii mac hhu into an abutment. The a r | drfiiviRed It was undotstood t h a i ! Kyan. d i u e i «f tha trm k, is to appeal i 10 ouvt Operation. Vnltle Vrnotured. Xwuis; -Nnhol-ion oi Ktitu m r e p t j Mri RHaanoi Rush of KarUi iiulor«'t'nl «m opt'i ition for n p p i - i u l i - j Inirs: stra«t h«l har nnklo fractured i clt'S ai thr Conncllnvdl*- 3ia(o Ho*- j \ csti^rrtar whtn «ho toll Blio i r a n j mi Knday atti-rnoor p a k o n to Iho Hospital f i r treatment. LOCAL WOMAN IS GRANTED DIVORCE Special to The Co\itier, TJNIONTOWN, Feb. 'S.--Mrs, Xellie ixiwery Hyatt of Connelleville was granted a divorce today in her iult against Jibae James Hyatt. Mrs. Hyatt, testified that her husband was tar (bo intimate w i t h the "woman next door" w h i l e they were living in a double hoube at Lelsenrlng Ko 2 in 192G. Finally, Mrs. Hyatt «alcl hor h u i b a n d cont'evseii he loved the other woman mc»ro. Blip fiuscil, however, to share (ho loving They wore married In 10 i ^ tt Frlpnls\llle, Md. APRIL, MAY TERMS ADDED TO AID WORK OF ORPHANS CO URT ONIOiVJTOWN, Fell 8-JurtK« J- W iawBo« lia (ttktoij t wo u-r o« of orphani* court lo hits routine VB 01- d«r ha.n.iMl clown li (h«i j«rlnt -eads. "Now, t-'ebruar) 1, it is unJor- d Lnal boKinnuij; on the ftri*l M o u d u y o April! noxl {iHSrii Bhuil \x tu-guattl; [he-re-1 after two addltiural icrms of o phansj court ot Ka,yeito comity, known is taiej April and Ma loian The Apr! it»nn ' shall b«gin on tho first %iond iy of | April and Sibull t-.vt k nf to tlie leKiti-! nlug of tljo May torm and tti May | t«rm Bhall bftgiti on the ftrsn Ji niiay oi May anil irtiaH u.vH'ini to t f n i wglu- ning of lh« l rojniUr J u n o term The regular March term shall cut! upon tfo-o l«»jriiuilag ot ide A p r i l term ' Tlie foroffalnj; rule va'i . a,t, ipted, Jsidge IJawson oxiilaini^d. f,n - Hi pur- poso of facilitating tho iiilng f ac oounte of lh« C'ltl/ons Till* Tru^t Company so thai aw,irli in these efctatos can be rnaiie promptl a I 01- dej-s for allowanci*s m.vdo in fn or ot widows arid minor children, will particular roforonce to comimn ation oa»e,s." CLEANING PLANT BEING INSTALLED AT NEMACOLIN WINE Improvements aggregating $81 5,000 in coat are we!l under way ai the Nemacoliu plant ol tlie Buckeye Goal Company, sulsld!ary of tlie Yo ings- town Sheet Tttbo Company The largest is the Instillation o£ a coal cleaning plant which Is sa d to cost approximately $760,000. Tl is is expected to ba put into oporati n iu May. Engine Fikc Loses in Fire. Eugene Flke ot Confluence, So ner- sct county, was lessee ol ono o the rooms which waa binned out y e l e r day when fire swept tv^o suite i f student rooms in a dormltof at Princeton UTiiveibit. The loss was estimated at 1I50. ('him sn Minister SHAXOHA1, Fob. S " - R e u o r t 8 re c-sivorl hfvro nnii! I' T VVaiu:, I ho Obin- e«o foreign minister, had resumed. The Weather Cloudy tonight; Suiula} Increa U n g cloutllne'SH and w n ) n n r Is tho oou weather lorw.asl tor \Vci toi n J 1 im- sylvauia Tojfiipernlure Kecord, li80 192 M a x i i n u t i i . 4 - Ih M l l l l j i l i u n . . -fi iiJ Mean 'Ji 35 Mr, .Hc-ymour bad been dScu«sing the work Roy iaeout* d« in a community and hnl eitct « an ine^ince the at Camocrland Vn-llcy last hU minor Scouto H'era or«ilutl with H.IVIBK the Hvoji of six persons, tlirfe from d r o w n i n g , threw from ii«Mnorrhagv. Mr. Boymout- pUc«l a vi\l«A ot S 10,000 each on the livoti of those saved Lite rtivSiiK, ho points) out, is only one of many a,"tivitic« of Uu: Hconts H« fimmomtod tSc physical program ot the 1 Hcoui movcinorit, Uio vocational trnlnlnjc thr boy« gel [n \,hicli H is posBiljl? in win Si inprlt teulsen, tho reading prosram, iho iliUonshlp tminlns anil niially character build- in K. The fti I me of Uin country can ately Cu:iUnuid on Pat, 1,1 "i'-wo. New Industries Committee Studies Numerous Projects Tha "added i n d u s t r i e s ' committee al! tho Board ol Trade held Its ill si meeting at the o0lee« in the Hrst National Bank Building last evening and considered eight projects of importance to the rommuuity. The members o£ the group are enthused over the progress tho organization has made in lining up prospective industries. No definite stepb are to be taken, however, until thorough investigations have been completed. · A sub-committee ^vill visit three ot the projects next week and flic a report of Ufa nnchngs with' the board of directors. There wa a fine t u r n o u t of committee members and all ot the group showed a desire to work. It will be the committee policy to divide the diities A c e r t a i n tie-up between the added UKlustiief, and home- industries g i o u p s will be necessai v and complete i oon- eration w i l l mark this association John .! Brady is c h a i r m a n ot the atlth'd inclusti les group TWELVE PAGES. Bandits Escape After Gun Battle At Beaver Fall? Thfre is no cxaBKeration m saying tbc Boy Scouts, of a community constitute ouo o( its Kf«8.t«i8t Bs^cte, de- clareti Major £loy F Seymour of Phila, r^£Kna! oxocutlrp of the Boy of America, *,|ien!unj? ut the a n n u a l parents' n i p h t banrjuc't of Troop S Friday evening at thi Ohi-te- tiuii c h u r r h , nttcndy.l by moro than a hunOrm) ricotirs, their pflrentK, s n c r n - . here of th«» Be-out committee aud \ By United PITTSBURG, Feb. 8 --After speeding through three toft'ns in flif?hi toward Pittsburg, four bandits ran Into a waiting squad ot police at Bearer Falls early today but managed to tight their way out of the town in a gun battle with ofllcors. Beaver Falls police were on I He lookout for the men after beinj, informed by authorities at BIbrood City, New Castlo and Mattomngtown that the bandlfis ware headed itr Beaver, following iwo holdupo and a kidnaping of oiK» victim The four bandits, t-avelmg in a swift car, were first sighted at Ellwood City. They raced through New Casvtle, stopping to hold up Clarence Mctlattio and rob him oE 111.60, aud then drove on to Mahoningtown. At Mahomngtown the bandits accosted two men. Norman. Grlnun was forced to get into the automobile but hife companion, Merle Brush, fled at the sight of the revolver which one of the bandits carried, The gunmen did not attempt to stop Brush but drove out of the city. Two miles from Beacr Falls they threw Grim out of the t a r , after robbing him of a small sum of money. Two motorcycle patrolaien encountered the bandita as they approached Beaver Falls and when the ileeiug bandits failot to stop the oQlcers opened fire upon the cai. The driver slowed momentarily ani tlio bandits returned tho fire of the police. Then th-ey bpecdcd on and the motorcycle patrolmen gave chaso until they were forced to desist becaupt of the slippery highway. One of tho bandits was believed wouaded. CHICAGO GANG LEADERS GIVEN ORDERS TO LEAVE / Another Arrest, Charge or No Charge Will Mean Jail, Seven Told. FOLLOWS DEMAND OF BUSINESS MEN GOLDEN BEGINS HIS FIFTH YEAR AS HEAD OF DUNBAR SPORTSMEN John Ooiden was re-elected director ot Punbar txoal oi tho Fayette County Fish (iame Prctoctivo Aso- c'ation at the annual r xirganlzatlon matins; Friday night. Mr. doldcn has »nlered upon his t ' f t h cousetu- ttvo yer in that capaci i ;harl?s S, f'ooper rf-etccted tri»ajuror and W. W. i ' a f d r , accre- Plans, wrre slariod foi the mc-m- Iwrshlp fampaign and it ih hoped to enroll 100. There arc already 20 paid niornbers on the rol' 1 !. Upon being informed 1 An out of Sown sportsmen that thp^o ih a pos- siWHty of Uio thrpe-daj m u t i n g O va- son bobbing up again next year, the loca! went on record DRIVER OF CAR IN FATAL CRASH FREED BY JURY fjREKNSUUHU, J'Vb 8. -(JcorRo B. Ra-snsey of W:isbington c n n t y was acf|Uitied of a charge of i n ^ o l u n ' a r y manslau^Utr-i' In connection \ v i t h death ot I l f l m o n t P h i l l i p s in an atilo- ninbUo .incident Ust S o p t f m b c r 14 by a j u r \ hiro today Ramsoy was t h o tirivor of I h o car in which P h i l l i p s wis ridiug when the a u t o m o b i l e was a t r u i k by a t' at the AS'esil Newion eros^uig, Phillips losing his life in t o o acr tdont. Tlift county was 01 tiered by Judge C. E A V h i l t e n , who heard t h e c is-c, to ijay the cobU. By United Press, CHICAGO, Feb. S. -- Wholesale roundup by police of gangsters and racketeers was the answer o) law enforcement authorities today to an u l t i m a t u m of Chicago's loading buss- iHHJs men that gangland's ruU ot dyna- m i t e and death must end. Direct action by citizens, through vigilante committees or otherwise, wa the alternative mentioned by big buiinose men and polUo s w u n g Into action with ^startling suddenn*s. The police coup Began at the boxing eboTv at the Coliseum last night. Seven racketeers were arrefctcd as they filed out afler the e-how Tho riid was through a halt' hour before the gong sounded for the first, bout. Twenty-five picket! detectives as«amb!d for roll call in the La Sallo street railroad station. Ueutenant Maurice Byrne called tho roll and distributed tickets. The detectives scattered among the 4,000 boxing iJiia ani singled out their men. The seven arrestefl wore- David (Cock-Eyed M u l l i g a n ) A i b i n , proprietor of the Kplcure Club, recently padlocked; hi« brother, Sam Albin; Benjamin (Buddy) Jacobson, former henchman of Morris Eller and ono oC Lboeo tried for t'he murdor of Octavous Granady, negro politician; .lames Cohn and Franide Fet«r, termed as panciere-rs by police; Georgo Kreies, manager of a Clark street restaurant patronized by Morau gang»3tpre aud the scene of three killings in two years, and Izidoro L,azar-in, gambler aud former pickpocket. John ,(Dinvbat) Oberta, former associate of Joe Kaltifl, the btser runner, wag stopped auJ searched but allowed to j?o After a ·ftarnmg at polico h e a d q u a i - tors that they must oifbtr leave tho city or RO into permanent rotiremeiu, the «even worp feloami. A n o t h e r arrest, t h r v wcr-s told, will mean, charges or no charges Caravan 9 Annual Banquet Marcli 26 At White Swan Hotel Tho I p n t h a n n u a l meeting and b.ui- iuc-i of fjarava.n' 9, Syria Temple-, PiUsburg, will bo h » l d " a t t b p A V I i i t o Httdii Hotel, tjjiioiumvi), Wcdncbday c-vennifi, March 26 Av a meeting or the oHicers aud diroctors early t h i ^ %\ck at Umontown a r r a a e w n c n t f . w e r e made tor this a n n u a l u t f a i i Thorc are l)f-iwei?ii SOO and 1,000 Shruiers in Kayotto countj, And u s u a l l y i here aro 100 or nioro iu at- SOMERSET MAN GIVEN 30 DAYS PITTSBUKCi, 1'Vb S .Seventeen jail sentences, most of th-em .short, and .1 number ot lines wvrc imposed in J."odera! com t yesteiday on viol«it-ois o£ the liquor l a w y who pleaded g u i l t y All but thr«e of the ile-iendantb were from PittsburR. Th5bfr aentonci'fl n i c l u t l i r t ' nay F Montague, SonieiHet c o u n t / , 30 daj-s. Recruits Needed For Howitzer Co. Tho official dnati of Syria w i l l nay its VIMI at this tune, and the program w i H )f; bigger and better than i-ver beloro The banquet poinmitlpp, com pobtxl of Harry M MtDonald oi Uniontown, Rice Jtoyd Haycij o t M a c o n t o f t n and lidrry B. Messmoio oC Brewiih- ville, has prepared a menu that w i l l be all h.ilibfj'iiig. Diiniy Nirell.i and his "sang" froir PHtbburg \ \ i l l be thero. Attorney Cliarieh W. Piu r of Uuioiuown will a;ive a Uilk on "Oui T e n t h AnnlY«r.sary.' I n v i t a t i o n s w i l l b extended thp caravuis at Grcensburg, Was,hiui;toii and New Cattle. They will ail haMi rejirosoiitativo-j prese'it. The present otfir-erB ,irp- .{. s«a- riglit Maishall, president, UnioiHowa; Frank L Bower's, vice-president, Point M a r i o n , Robert J. Arnott, freih- uior, 1'nioiitown, ,ind Oeorge L. "Wblp- kev, h f t i i ' t a i y , Dawson. JUNIORS WILL ATTEND SERVICE SUNDAY NIGHT Members of Magic Council, Junior Oidfli of LInite\l Amyiican iVieclianltjb, j are ren.uetited to meet at tin. 1 lodge ( i ooano at 1 o'clock Sunday evening to! altotul the sorvicp at the First Mpthocl- ist Kplacopal Churoli. Tho tumors w i l l march to the c h u t i a body, Tho H o w i t z e r Company, t l O t h Infantry, Pennsylvania Natio ial Guard, Connelly ille crack mlUtar tion, has openings Cor about 10 recruits. Young men of 2! years or older, w h o desire privilege ,"of membership iu tUifo uiyt, are asked lo got in touch w i t h Captain Flarokl V S t a u f f e r .it the State A ' - m o i y on Thursday evenings to leant the conditions of e n l i s t m e n t and d u t i e s ol guardbiuen The approach of Federal inspection next m o u t h make- n dtis-i abl( 'hat recruits be e n r o l l e d as ear y as possible *o as to receive pi eliininjry t r a i n i n g lor t h i s a n n u a l U at oC tlie c o m p a n y * ellicieucj UndPi (.'apldin SLauiliii Hu l o m p ' u n v is rapidly (levelopiin; i n t ( a hi{;li Siadi nigani nation .is part )i the la- niou 1 -, J H H h Ui'Minicrit. A g t o n p of younf? nit'ii \ \ l i o are a',i -Able as- suc'iatcs and have good H.aiding m the c o m m i i u K } l o i n p n s c t h e ineinber- shin i AilinJUciJ lo llosjiifiil. j M A I Wingdrd of Suinmu and Sam A \ a t i of Stai Juuc-Uon have been ad- m i t l o d lo the Hospital here tor t r p a t - m'.'iit. BORTZ STORE AT SMOCK DESTROYED BY FIRE Tho Boi l/i department stora o0 Smock was destroyed by fire early (Ilia m o r n i n g , Tho Io-i- wut-, estimated at $30,000. Tlio place hail bnen robbed about a week ago and HIP t h i c v f at that tini» attempted to cover up t h e i r Iracke by a ettit:g tire to the -strut tnr«. Thp ?tock taken n a s valued at fl.200, R tt.ib Hie largct i^toro in S MAGIC COUNCIL INITIATES 20 CANDIDATES A (I:"-, ttt 20 c:uulfdalt" i i i i i i - aU-il b \ l a K i foiincll. Junior Order, Tniti'd Ainc-i lean MfchanlcH Uitt ni?ht 'uid thi 1 deri'M' w o r k ot Ui« SonUdalc team was \\ituessed by k tluoiii? of i i f a I J 7 B members A ^ o r y interesting program ol b i l o f talks u a a predated aud al»«v « om- p l p l i o n a lunch was served In addition to the now Ic-poivwJ, applications from 10 nonal ones wcrs ira8ent*d.

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