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I JLj ast ILtdition rice Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Advertising Medium in the Yough Kegioaj VOL, 28, NO. 77. Tlic Wnekhr.Cnnrlcr, Founded July 17, 18711. 1t)tc Dally Conrlifr, PHumlttJ November JO, .11103, . July IS, 11130, COf, EVANGELISTIC CANVASS WILL BEGIN TONIGHT Representatives of 11 Protestant Churches Will Visit Homos, Two by Two. MASS MEETINGS HELD ON SUNDAY With a mass meeting: and individual church conferences of workers yesterday afternoon and a great, union meeting ot 11 Protestant congregations of the city at night as the groundwork, representatives of th« participating churches will start out tonight on the most concerted personal evangelism campaign ever attempted in Connellsville. Two by two the workers will go *nto the Homes of the people with lists ot proapecls for church membership as shown in a religious census taken recently. Upwards of 200 workers attended the afternoon meeting at the Christian Church, whore they were addressed by Rov. Raymond Drukker of PiUsburg, who will bo director of the week'si campaign. Following this several ot the church groups gathered for conference. U was estimated that 800 persons attended tho evening mass meeting at the First Methodist -Episcopal Church, where Rev. Drukker again was the speaker. As at the afternoon service Dr. Drukker gave numerous susrECGBtioris as to tho methods to be employed in the campaign. A group of SO members of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics attended tho service in a body. What Is It? Music from a steam pipo at the First Mothodit.t Kpi«copa.i Chm-clt this afternoon furnished n mystery which at tho timo Tbo Courier went to presa had.not -beau explained. Plumbers had re-moved a radiator i in the main auditorium and were j about to replace it when one of the numiber--a rcurmibor of F.-A. Collins' loroe--h-aar- 1 .the strains coming ·from a valv-e. S. M. May, v.'ho was at tiio building, called Dr. D. U. Graham, pastor of. the church. Both said they distinctly heard chimes) and a piano. Then a representative of The Courier \va*3 summoned. Two; of them hastened to tlinecenc. Music still came t'rom the (steam line--miicli like somo one playing a violin at practice. The music I'aded much like radio, but it was evidently not radio, for there was no t'ccompanying announcement. Closing the valv-e at tho exit from the radiator caused the music to stop. Removing the musical valve had the same effect. Wh-en it was replaced the sounds were again heard. Closing the valve at the boiler had no .effect. ', Plainly the sound came from the valve. What caused it? TTBLLSVILLE, PA., MONDAY 'K\ ENTNJG, FEBRUARY 10, 1930 DEATH SUMMONS DR. LW. STAHL, U. B. VETERAN^ Pastor of ConnelLsvillo· Charge i In .Early Bays of Its j History. WAS PRESIDING DISTRICT ELDER Never Was in Any Illegal Combine, Says Judge Berkey PITTSBTJRO, Berkey, Feb. 10.--John president judge A. Somerset county, resum-f 1 . hie direct testimony in his own decense today The auditorium, the largest of any when the Somerset liquor conspiracy church in tho city, was filled, as was (ho balccny, and It was necessary to open the chapel. Ministers of the churches participated in the service. This evening at 6 o'clock the workers will , meet at the Methodist Protestant Church for prayer, following which dinner will be served, at 6:30 o'clock. After this they will start out on this opening of the canvass. Dinner arrangements for the remainder of the week" provide: Tuesday--First Baptist Church. Wednesday--First Christian Church. Thursday--First Methodist Episcopal Church. 'Friday--Trinity Lutheran Church. DR. VALERIA PARKER SCORES ATTITUDE OF D. A. R. LEADERS ""v By Unrted Press, i-CEW TOUK, Feb. 10.--Dr. Valeria U. Parker, prominent in tho field pt social service and active in many national women's organizations, today revived tho "blacklist" charges against the Daughters of the American Revolution and levelled many new accusations at that 'society. In a letter to the national haad- I )CItsc:a -" cade in which he and 15 others are charged with plotting to violate the prohibition laws entered ite second week ;:i Federal Court. ' Under direc* examination Borkey admitted he knows eight of the 15 defendants on irlal with him on conspiracy ' chargi'fi.. But he addad he never entered into any illegal combine to violate, the prohibition law, "Do yoir know Foster Zlegler?" Attorney Charles Margiotti, associate chief 'xnimiel, asked. Ziegler te accused In the conspiracy of being the .vliolc-sale bootlegger of the county who entertained and sent gifte to the ju-lge. "1 met, him first on May Berkey replied, "the day I was to give the Memorial Day address at ,Shiuk«- villc." He then admitted being at Ziegler's homo on two different occasions at least and h a v i n g «oen Ziogier and bin wife in hie clinmbcr in tho Somerset county courthouse. Borkey was prolific in his answers and several tunes he was Interrupted! by J u d g e F. I'. Schoonmaker when I Special Prose-utor ,-!ohn M. Goldironi failed to object and his testimony shortened. R«v. Dr. L. W. Stall 1, 7!) years old, a retired United Brethren minister, died at 1:30 o'clock this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. Hoy Weaver oC 22 W-ostmtnftter avenue, Crreeiirftnirg, following an flinos« or two weeks of heart trouble, Dr. Stahl, who had been active in the United Brethren ministry for 55 years, was at one tlmo pas-tor oC the CtonnellsviLle charge as well as at Evei-son. .He, preached .in. the Connellsville charge from 1877 to. 18-79, vrhich at that time was mad« up of Fairvlew, Mount Olire, Breakneck, Rock,-Book Rid'ge and Fay-ette. In 1871 he was given a license for the ministry and t.he following year was admitted to the Allegheny conference. In 1S75, Dr. Stahl was ordained by Bishop D. Edwards, He preached at Huntingdon from 1S72 bo 1873. Until 1875 he was at Be'llefonto and then went to Beaver, leaving in 1577 for the Conne-llsville charge. Ho then went to Port Matilda, and In 18S1 was made presiding elder of the Altoona district. In 18S5 he was made financial agent of Lebanon' College' and in 1SS7 became pastor of the Greensburg chih-ch, Dr. Stahl went to Conemaugh in 1S90 and Uie following year was siding elder of theiretuaburg district and thon assum-ect t.he pastorate of the Kverson Church. In 1906 bo went to .Latrobe and in 1910 became pastor at Wndbor. He was Btutioned at. Trat- ford from 1013 to 1916 and at,Molvees- port First Church u n t i l 1320.' He was located at Dunlo from 1920 to 182-6 and then became conference missionary. As conference missionary be conducted a survey and made recommendations for the organization o£ tho East End Church which w;is effeotel d u r i n g tho rxislorat* of Rev. l»!iul A. Morris of Fayotte obarge. At the last conference in September at Vnikiivsburg Dr. Stahl was granted superannuated relationship, which is practically retirement.. For tho last .several months he had been engaged TWELVE PAGES. Vare's Declaration Telopboncd picture E Daniel Floros (right) youtMul Mexican, who shot and sov" wound sd President Pascual Ortiz Rirbio and m-embere of his family a few hours a ter J:is inauguration. At tho le£t is the officer who captured the would-be i ssassin. . . While previously '.Floros stoutly maintained h« had UittwnpU*(: t.o assassinate tho President for purely personal initativo in the rupture Russia. diploinatic relations between Mexico and Soviet Sixteen Arrested in Raids i · On Po'oJ. Rooms Following Complaints to the Mayor Two Operators Pay Flues of §100 Each, Five Inmtites Apie««. FIRE DESTROYS KOPPERS STORE AT MELCROFT Fire, bel loved to ha m originated from an over-heated s ove in tho w-tirerkoom, destroyed he one-story store ai MelcroCt, ope ated by the in a. raid on every poo! room in Con- ANOTHER CASE IS HELD OVER The entire poTice force and a constable under Chief John C. Wall joined w r i t i n g a history of the conference. | Koppers. Stores, Inc., at ' o'clock Sun- neJlsvlllo Saturday He wus one oC the oldest active m i n day mornlric. inters in ihe denomination, particw- The bnilding, ,*tocb a u! all l a r l y in tho point ol' service. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Weaver a n d Mrs. (Jom-go Phillips of McKoosport. loss of sev- JOHN Q..FINCH DIES AT BUCKEYE; WAS FORMES FRICK SUPT. MOUNT PMC AS A NT, Feb. 10.--John in the opening of a crusade on alleged gambling. At, two of tho placet?, where "rum" pa men w e r e said to be in progress, tlu ""ircrs arrested a proprietor, two operators and IS Inmates. quarters at Washington annotmoii.g her resignation, Dr. Parker fliarstd Uie D. A. li. w i t h retarding the cause of world peace by supporting large a r m a m e n t proKi'ams in Congress and w i t h u n j u s t i f i e d antagonism' toward women's organizations campaigning never contributed to any campaign ex- Mflt.-roft Coal Com/pany. Troop 5 Seoul s Hosts to Parents At Annual Banquet | »· disarmament. Dr. . P a r k e r declared the D. A. K. ; s controlled "by persons who are not in sympathy w i t h that liberty of ' ivonht iiiul action for which the II t~t * 1 i ^ * ' * ll l ' * - . *.. H. -- « - I ?! d .i' ou .,r?. r ,i tnow , of ? losler b c - r W h l t l a w mines at Buckeye until it io the scseon. But 1 did h,ar several So tt KvernoTM Ho was a 82nd do- agent, i Fellows and Klks. Mr. Pinch was born uiul rcarc-! In times a f t o r w a ·! that lie waa stopped j Krco Mason and a member of the Odd by Mr. Marve/, a prohibition who was scan hhtg for liquor.' Aftor t h a t question Margottl asked Mount Pleasant, lie is survived by Borkey whether or not. Claude A. M. Welsh, star government wilnoBn, wa« one of his lieutenants. Berkoy admitted ho was. "1 AnH-rieau revolutionists fought a n d ) him for such work as ho wa« fitt-pd to I ISaln H arol(1 hied." 'T have not been in sympathy with t h e organization policies for several years. In spite of this lack of syrn- I u t h y i continued to hold membership, hoping that other members lioldiiii-: similar views might join in opposing such use of that organization." She saM she found, however, "no possible o p p o r t u n i t y Cor f r a n k expression 0:1 the part of members who, \ikc mys-Ci'f, deplore the present situation with reference to certain activities--it! 1'nct protest has in stiyeral i n s t a n c e s resulted hi expulsion." do," the witness replied. Then Margiotti settled down to havo Contln led on 1'age Sis. his wife, Elizabeth b'liicb, and the following children: Miss Catherine, at, home; Mrs. Hazel Covert and Mrs. Edna Sheppard, M o u n t Pleasant; \Vil- of Sfiwickloy, and of Now Kensington. ment. wore dcatroyed at oral thousand dolhirs. Tho C R t a b l i i i h m n;. wiif t.h c o m p a n y I More operate.! in MTIUPI Jon w i t h the! ** 1 TM inmat-ca prtfd fines of $10 rar.h I while two operators paid lines of $100 ( w h e n .arraigned (his morning before Mayor II. n, Minord. Tbo hearing ot a pool room proprietor and eight lu- mntefl was continued until Wednesday i morning. The pronrlotor posted a, J S 1 0 0 forfeit for himself n n d 5.10 for . cac.ti of the inmates. j Mayor Mincrd and Chief Wall t n l d The Courier that the- crusade was ', prompted by numerous complaints which had been resce-lvd to the t'ft'oct j that m a n y persons who participate 111 . . , the "rum" games prefer the gamlug Troop «, Boy scout*, - as boot at a lo im]vU!il , g fo)i a , h o m o _ u was parent b a n q u e t n'"ld K n c i y evening I n - m ) i | l t c a fm . Um mogt of t h ( J R e w h o the d i n i n g roomr the i''i «t Methodist f o l l , nto lhl , lolu , t( , h o ]}Olicc an u o l Kplsuopal i.'hnrcl . A la ge gathering :'employed. oC frioiubi a n d rp'^.HvcB f tho Sooute c i t y Hal! was crowded with inter- tho- bamiut'.l. ami progrn a which f o l - ; v.'lien police c o u r t convened at 10 lowed. j o'clock, an h o u r lato owing to the late Tho e n t r a n c e m a r c h · - a s a p i a n o j arrival (if A t t o r n e y A n t h o n y \V. Caval- solo playwl tj Sont! Sh rwood Glot- : clinic, who appeared for nine of the felly, ttflir" which "Amorl a" wns sung, j AK«i«tanl Hctmtniftster '1 m Scott tol I In the feiicnUng of the Scout oath, : laws, motto and habit, fo lowed by the H.ARRASBURG. Feb. 10.--William S. Varo's reputed declaration in Florida j th«t "I rievor'pnliod a bluff hi iny life," when askod if ho was sti-tl a caud'itiate for tlio Senate, eorved \jo t-iirth-er compH«aite th-e muddled IV*- mibilcan. situation ovor tho week-end. Governor Fifihor, wh-oso afctemps to -bring harmony by tho injection of Benson E. Taylor, Secretary of .Properly and Supplies, as a candidate for the gubernatorial nomination apparently have fai : o3, briefly som- m art zed- the situation wh-on ho admitted it "was all ballad up." Tho Gowrnor tot ImaJxad th« pn-s.hing of th« gubernatorial cand;lda;y-of Dop- uty Auditor Geri-anl Sa,mtiol S, Jjewifi was responsible foi~ the mixup. Vare's reputed declaration camo after the- "War Board," tho group ot' Philadelphia leader who havo boon promoting tho candidacy of former Attorney General FVancis Sh-unk Brown, are understood t j have virtually agreed upon a plain w1)icb would havo included Brown for governor and either Secretary Jamea J. Da-vis or Suprem« Justice John W. Kephart for th-e United- Senator. Opposed to tills slae, a5cording to popular ruTnor, would havo been another headed by I.pewis for governor and United States Senator Joseph R. Grundy for the senatorial nomination. Battle lines are said to have been in the making when Vare-'B declarartion shifted U.e actors on the scene. If Vare sticks "in the fight to the finish," it. is expected either Davis or a man from the eastern part of the State wUl be picked as his running mate for governor. Close on th-e baole of the Varo declaration cam-e a rumor that former Governor Pincbot, who jumped into the limelight recently by an attack on the Public Service Commission, would announce his candidacy for Governor within two weeks. If Pinchot runs he will make the fight on the Public Service Commission lasuo. With the situation as It now stands, anything can hapi en. W. L. Mellon, former Republican HOOVER PARTY IN FLORID A FOR SEA FISHING Special Trnln A r - ftt . WILL LAY ASIDE WORK FOR WEEK By United Press. LONG KEYS, Fin., Feto. 10.-- President Hoover cruised into tropiVa! waters on the houseboat Sauntcrov 10- day to forget for a few days tho cai OP o-f stale in his quest for g-amc fish. The President's train arrived hi n- from Washington before daybreak and shortly afterwards the .Presid-cnl am; Mrs, H.iover with other mem-bars ol the party boarded the pa-latial hou: c- boat. Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Mllbark, owners of. the houseboat, met the o;fi. clal party and escorted them abo:n-i\ but were not members of tho f i s h i n g party which later pulled away town rd the fishing grounds. Tbe President hopes to bring in numerous sail fish, 'kngfish, barracuda and other tropical fish, This fi.'ihing- hamlet, a me-ro succii in the blue AtHnt.ic, today unprecedented importance- as the to n- porary headquarters of the Nat!o:i';i chie-f executive. Residents of the island fishing camp, many of them big- business niuu from New York and other large cici-irt. rose early to welcome the i m p o r t a n t visitor from Washington and his o li- cial party. · Meanwhile the Sauntorer, trimmest of houseboats, stood white and glistening at her dock (,o receive JMr. Hoover, Associate Justice Stone -of t he- Supreme Court, Mark Sullivan, WaHi- ingtou journalist; Dr. Vernon K I- loggr, noted scientist, and the wives ot the former thre^. Close alongside the Kannterer w a s of Coma l i v i n the Kilkenny, Department merce cruier, to furnish place Cor Laurence Richer, Mr. Hoi v- 'er's secretary; Mrs. Rtehey, and a f . --w members of the White House sen-c- tarial staff. d u r i n g their chief's we :) of fishing and resting in Flori.hi state chairman, attempted to pour oil on tho troubled Republican waters by Attorney General Cyrus K, Woods for Go verm- r. But the Mellon snggfcs-tlon fell on rieaf earn amons tho rival, factions, and a p p a r e n t l y avouscd no popular appeal. MRS. JOHN MUEMENT DIES AT LATROBE FOLLOWING STROKE waters. Still another boat was rea ly for the Secret Service operatives, presidential guardians, who will hover bATROBE, Feb. 10.-- Mrs. Carrie S. Crawford McCIem-eat, widow of J o h n McCloment, dksd :-5aturdiiy night a! fctlO o'clock at t.h- home of h--r .son, J. R. He-rrlngton o ' Wllkinsburg. fol- near t h e President during his .exhibition. Mr. Hoover's trip evidently w,is rot widoly heralded and liia' passa ·,' t h r o u g h Uie South wan hardly I.«s marked t h a n if ho had been a p r i v a t e citizen. Small, groups ,-rutherf^l a t station platforms here and tliero a i , i . waved as tho p r e s i d e n t i a l car paron d. I H u t they wero few. j The President's one concession (u ._! p u b l i c business is n o t e d by t h p pn.-,- ence of C a p t a i n A l l e n J i u c h a n a n , 1 IK naval aide, w i t h t.hc party. B u c h a n a n b r o u g h t with him a K mu amount ot naval data and Mr. Hoover, in fn- 'liiiet of bis housp-boiit home, w I! d c v o i n t o somo of the problems IK w K the London N a v a l Anus Charles Finch U. S. STEEL TONNAGE REPORT SHOWS GAIN OF 51,500 TONS REVIVAL WILL BE OPENED NEXT SUNDAY AT THEO. CHURCH · Beginning next Kuminy night two weeks of evangelistic services w i l l bo conducted at ( h e First United Brethren Church, of which Rev. K. A. Schultjs Is nafitor. During tho first week minister;; of,local churches and from nearby United Brethren churches will epeak. Tho aeccmd'weok the pas- ton will be the e'peulcer. There will be a large chorus choir, with Mrs. F. Sagerholm as director. LULL REPORTED AT HOSPITAL Not a singli patient has been ad- By U n i t e d Press. NEW yCMlK. Feb. 10.--U. S. Steel Corporation Ux'ay roportud an in- !· reuse of f-1,517 tone .in unfl'.led orders l u r i n g Jai'.iuii-y, the total on January '.!l being -l.-ISS,7.tO ton«, against -I.-IIT,- j ntittod to theConnellsville State Hos- 103 tciii.j o'.i IJecenibor ;tl, 1920. i ! iui1 since FfMay evening. About BO Oh November :!0. unfilled tonnage! !lours luul e x p i r e d at noon t o d a y w i t h n-as ·j,123.?4r ) ton* and on J a n u a r y 31,! 1UU a " y t \ m i t t a lc 't* «nd this is believed P«»''nlt the minister's w i f e t.o perform ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' week- a marriage ceremony if the m i n i s t e r Is away hin been introdiice-d in t l i e MlsaU.v-iippi legislatur-e. His mother, Mrs. A n n a Pinch, Mount Pleasant, one sifitor, Mn. Jo.sHlo Will i a m s , - M o u n t Ploaaant, and one- brother, Joseph Finch, of New Kensington also survive, There are nine gratid- etvlldren. The f u n e r a l service w i l l bo held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the late home with the Masons in c'aarge. Burial will be made ia M o u n t Cemetery. invocation by c h u r c h pastor. Dr. IX R. Graham, Tho me nbcra of the Sons of Xmerica.n j Revolution Annual Dinner February 12 Momhe-rs of the. 'Westmoreland-Fay- otte Branch cf the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania ' will bo guestfi of the Fort rv'ec-essity Chapter oi' the Sonts of the American Revolution at the- A s h u r y Methodist Episcopal Church, Union tow n, Wed need ay evo- ning, at the annual .dinner of tho chapter. The dinner will be followed by an add roes. I',ct Wh'o Officiate. JACKSON, Miss., Feb. 10-- A bill to A. It preset '. being Dr. t - h a i n i a n ; Walter troop Kiul exiurilnlng co wore then presented hy Scout Lambert. "Tho«o D. R. Ciraliam, Shaw, C. C. K e n t , lyyell Buttermore and D. It. borco, princip; 1 ot the High School. J u n i o r Assistant Scoutmaster William Snair waii lii'trod iced as toastmaster. ' - Tlie musical program w a a . i h the form of Scout, songs BUI -,' t h r o u g h o u t the even ing, .with Efllo \V Snair at the piano. Scout Clinton Be 1 eiHerUiined with Violin eolofi, witli Sc ml, Sherwood Glotllelty at tho piano. A. d u e t was sung by Soouis Merle F iir and Alex Hurt,With all joining in tho chorus! Scotil; eej'tiflcatofl. were presented to l o w i n g Scouts: I'Unloi: Corilinuoci on 'Pop j Six. F 1929, w;w l,U)!i,!S7 tons. MS. FRANCES MORRIS DIES AT GLASSPORT Mrs, Kn,net's Morris, MI yi-urti old, '. ii'o tif Tl isuuiH Morrii-t of ( i l a t i H p o r t , ortiu-rly o ' L f K o u r i n ^ No. 1. die-;l yv«- oviiay )' ( ! ! l s s p i v n . to be an" u n n nui] record foi ! ends. ! X u r a m c r M i i i e r d of ( ' o n n i j l l H v i t l e R. V. n. ND. t. w a s . ilischari;(-d t h i s G-RBENSB'iJRG. Vob. 10.--Twenty additional ovens have i een fired at the Hos'.etter m i n e of I te Hoate'.tei 1 - Connellsvllfo Coa) Cr lie Compiiny, Leaa than 10 day i ygo, 1 i ovens "were put into b l a s t . !·'red Frisbei' wiio lins bee-it c o n l l n o d to his bed at his home in Kast C r u w - f c r d n v e n u o f u r a w e e k w i t h a a'overe The Wearher HONEYMOONERS DIE WHEN PLANE FALLS IN FLAMES By UnilcJ Press. LONDON, Feb. 10.--A French passenger plane enroute from Paris to LoiRlou crashed in flames near Mardcii Kent today, killing- two o£ the oc-cupants and injuring tho other 'tour. .' . . The dead were Mr. and MrH. Hodgos, British paeaenge-rs who w-ei'o on their honeymoon. Anoth-cr passengei:, Mr. Curzon, als-o .British, was"injured but. n o t tioriously. ' . . . . ' .The..pilot, Nevot, a Frenchman, wae sovoroly ihjurskl.-His-two French--rne- chanice were ii3juroci, one of them e-eriouoly.- · · - * ' M i s s P a u l i n e Zimmerman of Coa- nellaville B u f f e r e d lacerations of the neck and face when the a u t o m o b i l e In which she was riddng collid-ed with another m a c h i n e Pittsburg street lowing a stroke of mralysla, Sb^ had Ixvt-ii HI 11 wookfi. She was d-l years, Kix months and 20 days old. The MrOlonient ia,mtly resifloii at /,atro-be E?voral .r-eirs ago. Hlie is Ftirvlved by tho f a l l o w i n g c h i l d r e n : W. W. H a r r i n g t o n of KollanKbco. \V. Va.. J. H. H o r r i n j j t - i n of \ V l l k i n s b u r p , 1 ' h t l l p H, MeClomc-it of Philadelphia, Mrs. Isabollo Stunipt of (lalveston, Toxap, Mrs, Fulton of VVil- kinsb'nrg; the following :tet?rs, Mrs. J o h n Fisher of Now Salom, Mrs. I'terl rhilins of Alliance, Ohio, Mrs. W. \V. OlotfiMty. Mrs. J-ennie llalbriltor, Mr.s. W. G. KofT-er and Mrs. John S. 1'ierco. all of Connellsville, and two brothers, William Crawford of Haz-el- wood and John C r a w f o r d of NUe.-j, Ohio. The funeral will be hold at tho homo of her son, J. K. Harrington, S17 South avenuo, ^Vilkinsburg, Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. The body Conference. will bo brought to U n i t y Latrobe-, tor interment. Cemot-ory, MRS. VIRGIL 1. BLACK DIES AT CONFLUENCE H p . - . . l i r K ' c - C ' i S, · r-t,-fir«"j if-r b u r i n H u r s t w h r r " i t \ V i l l l i i i n A l o t a n i i s . i7 of 'SVheelor, was a r r o s t e J - i a t u n J u y j i i y h t by l'a- Josep-i l l u l l l . Tlio y o u n g iiuin was c h a ' K t ' d \ylih lumping i n t o «-)ju!).iv.s of h' mofi on ( h e \\'ast. Ritlc ' :ind l i r e r n w i X K . Ho was i'oion^ri t.hls : .Mrs. J. Carl n i s h o n of N o r t h Cottago n u i r n u i B hy M; yor M. I). Mineri:-; when j avenue, w h o t i n d o r w e n l an operation w ( , ( · o m p l n . l n a - t . ^ f a i l A d to I d e n t i f y UK.' : ii. I h p r n l o n t o w n Uositttl. you us m a n . j b ome H a i u r d a y morning i t i a c k of l o n s i l i t i s Is b e g i n n i n g to e x- "'S" 1 - T u e s d a y lucreasni g c l o u d i n w H p o r l e n c c r e l i e f , a l t h o u g h still in h e e l , a l l t l w a r m e r is ( h e noon v e a t h e r fore. " ' : cast for Western PoniiK; Ivania. at t.ho corner ol and Broadway at Scottdalo last night. A physician''nst;d .seven stitches to close the w o u n d in her neck and t h r o e in licr lip. She was u p p a r e n U y c u t by Hying. g!a.--s w h e n the w i n d s b l e l d sliatt«r«l. Tho gli'I i" c o m p a n y w i t h a n o t h e r Hnoiv H u r r i M and s l l p l . ' l v ooklor t o - i » " « «'«» . r i f l i i i K I" the m a c h i n e di-iv«n n i g h t , ; "' J ( «^ ) f l A t l e n u o also or beomh.le. ("iirl Teoifiendurc Jfe -ord. S!!0 r s t u r n o i l M a x i m u m M i n i m u m Meau ....... 24 Ji'20 '"' 2 t 3- j K. in' C. ."ilx'ethig' Tiie.stlny. V o n g h i o g l i - n u y r o u n c i l , K n . t g h f s of Colurn.hus, w i l l hoM i t s r e g u l a r m«?et- | i n g t.omorroiv n v o n i n g I n t h e c l u b room-p in tho Slader B u i l d i i i R in South Meadow lane. OONFLUKNCE, T'eb. 10.--Mrs. C a r - rie Black, 74, years and six dnys old, widow of Virgil P. Black, died last evening after a l i n p e r i n g Illness. Her late husband was a member of the Black Sons m e r c a n t i l e firm, and president of the First N a t i o n a l Bank. Mrs. Fannie Mil of Hagerstbwn, Herbert Biack of Chicago, Robert Black, assistant cashier of the i«'irst National Bank, and Mrs. Milton Brooks oC C o n f l u e n c e , are s u r v i v i n g children. There a -e f o u r grandchildren, Betty and . f a ' i e Hill of Hagcrs- town', Virginia Biack and Eleanor Brooks of Confluence. She waa a memb i 1 of tlie M e t h o d i s t Episcopal C h u r c h i l l o£ her life. The f u n e r a l a r r a - i j r e m e n l B have; n o t been comiileted. HUGHES APPROVED BY COMMITTEE By I ' u i U d Prca.1. ·\VASMIX(J1TO\, 1'iib. 10. Th uoin- I n a t i u n nf Cliai'les 1'^vaus J-Iughc-.-j fn be chief justice of ihe Supreme (.'otirt was upprovel 10 t 2 by tho Senate judiciary coinmitl.e-2 today. Chairman Norris. Rei»til)lli;;i,ii, Nebraska, and' f«onal.(--r R l a i u c . U n p u b ' i i - cfin, "\V\Si:on;-iu, vot.-d a^ainpi I|i.u,iies. All the D o m o c r a t K favorrd c o n f i r m a - tion. TWENTY-FIVE HIT TRAIL IN REVIVAL AT MILL RUN CHURCH K u n d u y was a day in tin- uni.,, r e v i v a l at Mill .Hun , v i / l i fliree vc-y I i i K p i r i i i g servkies. In tho early p a r t ot the m o r n i n g service Kvangi'list C J. Fox uId tho two congregations of tbc building; of the biggest Hil 1 0 school In tho world. Tlu sermon m "What God Kxpccts oC You," w u "«. great message, am! deeply stirr-nl Uio largo audience jirewmt.." The 2:30 service for boys and ni-u was very largely attondt-d. The a u i ' i - enco was still larger t.h.-ui the o-io that was prosont tlie previous Suud.iv afternoon and was composed of g j i - l n and women. Might came forwa -d whon. lli-c invitation was extended. Several others came at tho evening service, after a sermon on "/Jell" l.v Dr, Pox. Nearly twenty-five have "hit the trail" so far in the meet'in:;;; and this week is expected to Imn'- many more. KEPNER SPEAKER AT UNIONTOWN REALTY DINNER / Charles T. Kepner of Connellsvllle, president ot the Board of Trade and president of tho Fayette- Baking- Company, wlH be the honor guest J.M! p r i n c i p a l speaker at a liuieheon to 'ic j held Wedneeday at; noon in tho "\Vfoi to j Swan Hotel at Unionlown by the U i- j lontown iteal ICstate Board. j Mr. Kepner liws chosen for his sub- ( j 6 c t : "Chain Sto,-e Merchandising Mcthcdfi and Effect, on Real K.-stuta Values." No Gas Is Found In I. O. O, F. Bldt;. C o u i u - i l n u u c C h a r l e s F. VYfilte, F I I - periiiifidcnt of the Dciiannwnt of 'Public Safety, today issuc'l a .statement t h a t an Investigation by Uie lire chief u n d heal til ofllcer (ailed to diaclcs*: any sewer gas or a n y nttu-r kind In tho (Jdd I'VOlows Building-, whero lhr.-« men werp reporlod to hav* been tAb-ns ill. ,

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