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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 12, 1930
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n Last CLiditi dition ice «' rice Con tellsville's Biggest: and Best Newspaper. The Boat Actvei tisirig Medium in the Yough Region, VOL. 28, NO. 7). The M i'pk?y Conrlor, K««ml«-J July 1 ·', INTO. The llnlly Courier,, Founded Novdmb -r 10, '1003. Merged, July IS, 1112V CONNELLSVILLE, PA., "WEDNESDAY EVENT JG, FEBRUARY 12, 1930. TWELVE PAGES. JDRY ACQUITS BERKEY AND 12 OTHERS NAMED IN LIQUOR CONSPIRACY Settled Verdict Returned In Federal Court, Pittsburg, After Hour and Half of Deliberation. By United Proas. P'TTSBURG, Keb. 12. .-·-, Former Jud;;e John A. Berkjy and 12 other d e f e n d a n t s in Uro Son erset liquor conspiracy wort* f o u n d " lot guilty" today in H v;e,rlict (Jeliverctl to Judge F. P. Scb/Jonmaker in F e d e r a l Court. . - · " T h e j u r y received t h e case late yesterday and returneil a sealed verdict an liour and a h a l f I n t e r . WJ'-b-en court opened at 10 A. M. today J u r y Foreman P. V. Hoffman, a resident of Ea«t PittHbu ·£, delivered tha seal-Mi verdict to tht court. Bf-rkey and his c o - d e f e n d a n t s wont on trial February .'', charge·! with operating an i n t e r t w i n e d slot machine and liquor riii? in Somerset county. The;/ were accused ( f selling official protaction to those who contributed to Berkey's political poi. The Government went .John M. Ooldtron, .special prosecutor of the At:orney General's office, here to try U:i caso. Accusation-.- antl evidence- w«»re built around the two "star" wit/wises of the Government, Claude .A. M. Welsh, former treasurer of t h o Dcriey poiltlcal or- ganisation, an'I .Tam«s "Dnko" T u r n bull, convicted on ;i liquor charge. WoJsh to)d a .stor of collusion of rum and nciHtirs that had its c e n t e r in' I h e Soitionsot c o u n t y stat. \ V ; l K h ries-cribed also how blocks of s a b s c r i p iton: to the Public Viw. a newspaper own-od and controlled by the f o r m e r "fudge, wero sold to bootleggers to cover contributions to Bi-rUey. Throe defendant'! named in the original Indictment- -Kmnrett Buckman. 3, former couniy detective, Ed. Shelter and J. C. T u c k e r wens not deliberated upon in reaching the v e r - dict. The jury was ?iveti b i n d i n g or- d-ors to acquit Shoelcr and Baiftkman. Tucker -was not trfed because of set-too* illness. Hie other d e f e n d a n t acquitted with Berltey -wore Powter 1 iogler, Ed Purr, Victor Olessnor, H a r r y S. goiters, Jau»s Melntyre, John G r i f f i t h s , John Sherman, John Clarke, John Gres:i, Peter Hanlon. Wi I l i u m O i l m a n and .Tobo JO. Cusver. Laurel Mill Co. Building New Line To Comtt llsville Another t r u n k lin is being constructed by the Laurel HI I Tote-phone Company from its cxchan ;e at Indian Head to Connellsvillo w h i c h ivill expedite communication facilities between that community and other points. At present there is bu ono t r u n k i line connecting with th Bell Tele- I phone Company at i t u t 'onnolisville exchange. It was said t tat tl'.e new line will be iti readiness in about 10 days, It is generally t'eli that, better service wll 1 result. Tho No, 3 line between ' n d i u n Head and Champion, has been renewed, It was reported. This is a part of tin ex nanion and improvement p r o g r a m of ho reorganized board of d i r e c t o r s uinl officers of the I*aurel H i l l T e l e p h o r * Company. W. S. C h r i s t n e r of Davii- own is the manager. BITTER CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNORSHIP SEEMS PROBABLE \ Silver Cup Presented to High School Girls Team At chapel at tho High School Uiiu l*OtlIn-£ the Jeese T. oouth silver cup wae presented to the High School Girls Red Crwa lean-, in the annual Roll Call laut November for making the largest percentage gain of a team over tho preceding yoi.r. Tho team had a leuil ot about |100 over o t h e r teams. Jt was captained by Mies Florence U. Kimball, dean of glrle. Tho prcseutntion was made by Mr. Moutl . ^y U n i t e d Prc.- I ' H I L A D K I . P H I A , Ft-h. the pollticul flijhi · tory of the couniy with ' can organixxitiun of the a g a i n s t the State orga.n : preilictetl h«H'e today fo; i tertluy'8 a n n o u n c e m e n t i j tor th'.: governorship of ) : by S a m u e l S. Lewis ;uu; I Brown. I W i t h B r o w n as its ca | 1'hilad.elphiu organization ' either W l l l i x m S.. Van-, of .lainets J. Davit;, Secret; ii the Hoover C o b i n o t . 'i'l · ot Lewis is believer! to hi · di'.iation that he hati been i t a t l v e l y accepted us tin- o : date of the State organ 12; ; by Senator Joeoph H. Gr floated in the Republk'tti of tli Commonwealth. 12.-- Ono of i in die hi«- U« k.uputiU- ·ity arrayed n a t i o n was l o w i n g ycs- t' cajtdiducy 'onn.=ylvuriia uliiate, t h e v v l l l support 'jcul leader, ry of iMimr i slutemaiit a clexi- tu- it l»fe»t !.cn- M c i a l canli- tiou headed i.ndy, tiruily OLD INJURY MAY LEAD TO IDENTITY OF MAN'S SKELETON YOUTH CHARGED WITH BREAKING UP, MACHINERY Damage o'f $4,iOO to Motors, Air Compressor of Yough Hand Plant. CAUGHT IN ACT, OFFICERS SAY Homer L*f nox, 19, of HuntR-nlle, Ala., is belnK held by State Polico in connocUon. rvHh the destruction of electric motors and an air conj'presBoir at the plant of the Yough Sand Company, located along the Youghioghftny River east o ' ths power house of the West Penn Power Company. It. was eal imated that the damage to tho equipment will aggregate at leaat ?4,OOQ. Lenox vnu arrested by Patrolman George M. Y others and Constable Garibaldi Fenlello who were sent to the scene wiien word caino to the polico station that someone was at the b u i l d i n g of the plant. The officers claim t h a t tl ey f o u n d the young man hammering away at the machinery. . IL was said that the equipment at the p l a n t had been tampered with for some time.. Tho culprits- apparently were destroying ih«t machinery to secure b a b b i t , - l e n d , coppor, brass and other v a l u a b l e "Junk." Lenox claimed that it was tho first time h had visited the plant. When take i into custody Lenox had In his possession a sleagt) Immrnw, t.wo chisels end a. w r e n c h . He c l u i m s t h e y wero h h , personal property. State Polico were notified and came to tho polico static i here. The youth was taken, to tho Ntsw Salem barracks tor questioning.. Thfi plain is owned by C. 0, Hartman of CJrecnsburg, he h a v i n g purchased it f n m the H. T. Cochrau Estate of Da.vson. The late H e n r y T. Cochran of Dawson had b o u g h t the property trim Krank McParland ot D u n b a r , now of Uniontown. It has been idle for some time. MELCROFT THEATRE WILL HOUSE KOPPERS STORE TEMPORARILY Thi tbpalrt! at Molcroft has been re- noIcied and haa already oeeii placed into UKO a« the quartors of tho Koppurs Store* Inc., until a new j t r u c t u r e is coristructol to re-place tho r«ne destroyed by flro Sunday morn- illfT. The t h a a t r e aleo is .\ part of tho -oai iompiiny'e property at the Inli«.n JrecK Vf.tley coininuuiiy. Motion pic- :urea "ua'I been showi there alwut :wk-o or three times weekly and u n t i l ·ho J H W l.uilding te put up, this amusement w i l l be Uisporised with. The store was thrown o p e n tor business Monday morning, the officiate having ··(MiuisUicned stock SO.MI a f t e r the sFasso. Temporary aaarters for the post- ifflce invo beon ttitablkhcd in the coal )IBco of tho Melcroft Joal Company. M a i l v-es being i!letribu:cd there Tues- iay. J u s r : what provisions arc to be ;uado for p e r m a n e n t quartert; has not teeri ·let«rmlned. It \.-aa i;ot ascer- iaineii how m u c h ma-il Iwul been de- utroye 1 in tho lire. It w.i« not believod :h;U there WAI«S conaidoi able. Tho entire lose by t ' i « - blaze lias y«en jlaced at $20,000 consisting j juostl of the hugu sio_k i n tho com-'; jany ttore. Btoru rocouls wvre s«vod. I {'harped With U.«)il)iT. fniO\VXSVlL,liK. Fi'b. U'.---Stato l-'olice have a r r c M ^ J M ko Water beck, 6, an I Kugeno M a i u s k . n , .17, both of r a l r b u n k s , as sus|pc.ts in coiineciion v i t l tlii^ roWiory of : lit Fairbanks School Itoonis in IM 1 . N. Fei. 1:'. - t l v o r c r o w d - j ·'! con i:: io-ii in Mu- 1 ' i i i o n i o w i t S p n i n i - j "*Hh ! U ' i n ' i i ! « - " i ' v m o d 1 r;i( rosisifiiM'- j iily V o n d ^ y v / l i c n ;'io n f w -utnox o f ! ij roo H - w»s u?ed for the first time, j Special to The Uo«i UNIO'NTOWN, Feb. .12. tlon of the skifleton of a Tuesday in a thicket on th side above Oooispriug rna.- injimtia tho man r«;eiv'ij, t«ctivi: A. A. Downing sail whit-ened bones were JU.M ·rev-ealed tht) victim's left ·beon bro-kon and imperfer pad attached to wires lay neck, indicating the man suffered from an injured v material h u d the appeunt remnant c f an appliance i juries of tbi.H nature. It is believed th-e man dead three to four years, a bullet hole in the s k u l l . Anyone recalling a missiti injuries such us'indicated got in touch w i t h tlm · thoritics. ·ier . -Id-eutlftca- man found » niount.uin- tie-pcnti on County De. \Vbou tho lecteil thoy arm v had ly net. A agaiiuvt Uie maj" have rtebia. The »ce r Jf tho ed for in- had been T h u i o was ; ma a with : H a.ssced to o u n t y an- LINCOLN, FRONTIERSMAN, DISCUSSED AT KIWANIS BY MISS HELEN M'ALUSTER A l l l t l o d i i c u t H w l phaeo ot tho l i f e of A b r a h a m Lincoln, his l i f e u;i a f r o n t i e r s m a n and the effects ot .UU «nrly e n v i r o n m e n t on hiK latf-r life, wa« the uulj-;ct'of a s'.udlons i n q u i r y i n t o tho f a c t s of h l n hUil.ury, its presented by Mb s llolen .1. M c A l l i s t e r , toat'hor of hi dory in tho liigh School, at .tortay'H n e e t l n g of the K i w a n l a (,'lub. She w a n accompanied by Miis« j Klorencts B, Klmball, dean of girls of the Hlghi School. Former representative Joseiph K. Bueh, o;!! t h i - Brownsville Kiwanla Club, was prtsent to extend an litivlta- t.ton to loctil Kiwaniana to visit Brownavllle on Tburndtiy evening, February 20, at a ladies' night uessiou of the, cliub. Mien McAllister's addreMH will be Kiven more In detail in a later IBSU« of The Courier. Courier News Dealers' Sales 2,1 OS to 207 by Competitor For several pionthB the other local newspaper has been making extravagant claimf- with regard to its circulation. Advertisers have been int'oi meii it Is within 10 per cent of that of The Courier. Tnv«; ^tigatibn has revealed the following comparative figures; on papers handled at. the present time bj r the new'n deab rs vrithin the city. Interested persons may verify 1 ho ap ended statement by calling at any of the agencies named. Conrier Other Paper ·Kestner ......... ,, ................................. ___________ 945 15 Irwin .............. ..,,.. ............ . .......... _. ..... ^ ___ :_.... 790 1,0 Union News, P. II. R, .. ______ : ...... . ..... 1.00 35 Union News, B. 4: O ........ .~ ................. 35 20 West Pen n ............ ___________ ........................... 70 35 Tubby Paine ..................... ........ . _____________ 65 Holleran ............................ ,.. ................. _____ 40 Keagy Drug Store; .................................. 25 O. F, Thomas Store , ......................... 35 20 40 12 30 Totals ..,,., _ 2,105 207 During the'week en.clir g February S the number perfect copies printed "by in e Courier each day was: February ;? .,. 6,775 February 4 . 6,780 February ! .'.....,...., 6,7.50 February 6 , *...'. 6,850 February 7 ., .·. ,...6,750 February 8 ..:. 8,750 of Steam Shovel for Mil! Run Road Work On Railroad Si Jing ! While work in progressing rapidly 'on the reconstruction of the Hghway i f r o m Normelville to Indian Head, a decision ie expected daily on tho grade 1 crossing over the Baltimore Ohio Railroad at Mill Bun so that wartnnen may begin building the roac from Normalville to Mill Run. A eteam shovel has been fth Ifted to the railroad siding at Mill Kun. LOWER TYRONE MEETING FRIDAY ON ROAD PROGRAM Taxpayers 'Are to Deter Which Routes Shall Improved First. COMMITTEES APPOINTED Leading taxpayers of lower Tyrone It was said that by the end of the township will meet on Friday evening week clearing right of way for the | at 7:30 o'clock at tho Dawson Legion Indian Head route -will be completed, j Home to consider a plan which is ex- providing weather condKioi s are j pected to result ultimately in the favorable. Tbte task has been! J . establishment of a systematic road rapidly and a large force of mon te building program. Blasts, Fire Sink Ocean Liner KENDALL, WYANT PLAN TO ATTEND RIVER MEETING Congressmen Samuel A. Meyerciale, Ail am M. Grecu'Sburg and Clyde Kel! dock are expected to attain Ing of the board »L' direct Youifhiogheny River Impro sociation w h i c h w i l l be heii evening at West Nesvton. Loaders of communities to the river have been na bers of the board and ar to be in attendance. The these directors will be f' w h e r e iu this paper. Kendall of Wyar.-t o£ y c-f Brad- tho ineet- jrs of the 'ement As- Thuraday 'ontigvious ned mem- i expected names ot else- Farmington Man Raises 300 Bushels Of Spuds to Acre INDUSTRI1SS, ROAD COMMITTEES MEET FRIDAY EVENING A mealing of the ihome industries and road committees of the Board of Trade will be held at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening In the organization's office in the First National Bank Building. Delegations who are advocating improvement of the. Breakneck-Melcroft, Swaugertown and the Dawson-Laylon- Baniiing rondo will 'meet with tho latter commitiee. CIVIL SERVICE TEST HERE FEBRUARY 15 A Civil Service examinaLion will be hold on Saturday, February 15, at' tho High School Building. The test is conducted to create an eligible list for clerke and carriers. The applicants, numbering 25, w i l l meet at tho building at 8:30 o'clock. The tests will begin at 9 o'clock. No more applications will bo received. cutting out the path of the relocated highway through the farme and woods. Already work has started m the major bridge on the Indian Head, section. A large bridge will span Stony Creek while another "will extend over Poplar Run. There are several smaller ones along the route. A 29-foot cut through Critchfield Hill, near the Indian Head end of that thoroughfare, ie one of the big jobs that confront the steam ehovelr which are on the scene. Hope wae expressed that this contract may be completed by t h » early part of June so that it may be thrown open to travisl in July. The Mill Run contract includes a bridge that will span an ond of the reservoir, eeld. This ie to be of steel it wae DERIVERA MAKES MYSTERIOUS VISIT TO FRENCH CAPITAL PARIS, Feb. 12.--Primo lie tornior dictator of Spain, !a on a sec- rot mission in Paris, according to th« Journal. Spanish circles were amazed at the announcement, «1nc It had be n understood th-e ex-pi-emler inten led to go to San Remo before coming to Paria. II is considered signiflctt tt that the Count of Bomanones, forme; president of the Spanish council alio has arrived here. X)e Hlvora arrived here incogrn ito, according to tho J o u r n a l . Hf was t r a v e l i n g alono, and hla only b iggage -apparently consisted of two suit cat«s. He bailed a taxi and waa taken to a liotel in the Y«ndoiue dlntrict. . According to the plan, worked out by William H. Gordon of the township board of road aupervteors, the outstanding taxpayers will determine ·which projects ar the most vital and eesenttal to traffic and the roads In tho towaflhip are to be ec listed. The improvement work on these routes will then be treated according to ' their importance, it wae said. Tho scheme is similar to tb« slate of the State Highway Department which lists the primary and secondary routes. C. H. Wentzcl! of Greensburg, assistant township engineer, Stato Highway Department, win be the principal speaker. Although hn suffered an injury recently and stiil uses crutches to get around, Mr. Went- »ell assured Chairman Gordon that ho w i l l be present State Senator Harry J. Boll ot Dawson also will give a Ulk. 1 It is the hope ot making this a eom- | m u o l r y project a« the supervisors I want to expend fnnde on the thorougji- j faros that will provide an ou.tlct to t h n i improved roads. - j The committees nemed from the j various parts of the township are as follows: Cunningham bridge--William Dull and M. B. Gault. HnlHown--George Newell and Mrs. Cyrus Whipkey. Center--Henry, Darts and Detraer S, CoUom. South--Mrs. vrah B. Cochran and J. Byron Cunningham. JUower ond--R. T. Hutchineon and Henry Landenberger, ; North--W. D. Hixon and Alsinaa j Cottotn. | Lower group--O. F. Higbo« and j Ralph beighty. ! Tyrone end--Georgtt G. Coi^hmn anI William Ojchran. Dawaon section--S. Stahl Shallon- berger and Frank Zont. IE.R.KOOSER TALKS ON TRANSPORTATION j Interest in Estate BEFORE STUDENT BODY Vi«w of the North G e r m a n Udyt! liner Munchen 8nappel b l a z i n g at her pltir in the North River. New fork, ju U I»f-To .sinking after three exploeions rlpjied through the hull of the ship ca iHlng one death/'aud i n j u r i n g five. Three flren\on wore' thlsii'ing; The Muncb«n had just arrived from Bremen aud had discharged ber p«iss sngers. HERMAN KUMMER FOUND GUILTY ·Special to The C o u r ;r. U.VICXVTOWN, Keb. 12.-- \ record potato crop in Kayette c. u n t y last season lias been reported :y George M. ('hitsiioll of t''arnihi8.ton. He i i l a u t - eit f o u r iuid a half acres f ini which he gat-hiM-eti an »verage of ;-JO bushels an acre in a region when* i tost f a r m - ers are gotllng only iJi0 biishel:.i. C'-harUw U. I'lbel, c o u n i y f i r m ,-ig-erit. inspected t)u^ crop a n d o f f i c i a l l y checked tho reeorrl croii. tlo has c«rtifieii to t h e yield of ,T, " bushels. " I f t h e host ;ici-f had been olocted. it w o u l d iloiibdess iia'.-f .«hov n u y i e l d of irioro ihiin KK) hushols," Mr. r i b e l said. By U n i t e d Presa. PITTSBURG, Feb. 32. -- Herman iunnu'i-, 65,'tf'Tarentum was found g u i l t y of firsl dog-reo murder by a j u r y horo today. The j u r y recom- menlel life i m p r i s o n m e n t for tho iifccd mini .convicted of the s l a y i n g of A V i l l h t u i Hiteshuo, 73, u l s o of Ta- [·i.Titum, last October 0. Jealousy over Mrs. Abigulil Ivto.juv. i-, also of T a r e n t u m spurrim." Kuui- mer to shoot (:nd wound f a t a l l y Hil-3- aliue, the Stat! charged. He's Ifot a number! CAMBRIDGE!, Mass., Feb. 12 Tom P h e l n n ' s claim to f a m e rosts on the f u e l t h a t not. once d u r i n g his oil years a p k i m b n r has ho forgotr.en his West Penn Will Spent Total of $109.000.00( W.Va.Power Projects CHARLKSTON, W. Va., tb 12.--A the h e a r i n g before the Public Sorvic' Commission on the a p p l i c a t i o n of ill' West Virginia Power Traniiinlssloi Company, a subsidiary o£ the Wes Penu Power Company, which begai yesterday morning, the a p p l i c a n t pre sented a r g u m e n t s sotting forth tin advantages that w o u l d accrue fron the improvement. . Among the ciaimB made by L. 11. Shattuck, c o n s u l t l n j engineer of Sanderson Porter, tin construction engineers of West Pern Interests, wae that u l t i m a t e l y flOO, 000,000 w o u l d be expen.clod ,in Lho de velopments. A l t o g e t h u r tlu Wc-s-t Peni had 16 exhibits in support of ils ap plication for power right!-,. President H. L. Mitchell and othci officials ot the West Penn were questioned by U. C. Dotit, a t t o r n e y for tin Western Maryland, and protested tha: tho propoEx;d JevelopnifMits w o u l d in terf-eri with f u t u r e niilroad extensions in the territory in wliicli thi power developments' would bu .made Representatives f r o m Davis, Parsons, Thomas, King-wood and Rowlos- burg and J n d u s t r l e H a f f e c t e d were heard at the m o r n i u g .sefislon. Als. the Western M a r y l a n d Railroad which Is strongly opposing tlu* g r a n t . o-l w a t e r p o w e r r i g h t s to the p o w e r comp a n y . Log Cabin in Which Lincoln Was Born is Shrine of Admirers Born In Kentucky, reared to manhood in Indiana and elevated to fame in' Illinois, Abraham Lincoln traced a circuitous route to the Presidency. Today, on the 121st anniversary of his birth, United Pross dispatches tell ot celebrations In the locsUities where "Honest Aba" drew his first oreatti, split rails, became the c o m n i i i t y ' s "best rassler," went broko r u n n i n g a country store, made his first political spesch and h u n g out his shingle us an attorney. HODGBNVILLK. Ky.. Feb. 12.-The log cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born 121 years ago served as 'a shrine today tor admirers of the Civil War President. Many of them visited the ea'Mn situated on Big South Fork of Nolln's creek, two aud one-half miles from here. Tonight the Ladies' Lincoln League of Hodgenville will give it.s a n n u a l Lincoln day banquet at the village l i b r n r y . LINCOLN CITY, Ind.. Feb. 1.2.--Although Abraham Lincoln spent what were probably the most formative years of. his life in this c o m m u n i t y , from the age of seven u n t i l he was 20, no ceremony marked the llilst a n n i v e r s a r y of his b i r t h . Speaking to the students i'l the litgb School this morning i'l tha f o u r t h o£ the series of vocatlona 1 tulles sponsored by the Klwanis Club, ISrnest II. Kooser, superintend nit of transportation of the West Peni Railways Company, gave a history of the development of trolley transportation in genera! and specifically ot !le ;ris« of the West Penn System. Mr. Kooser aisib discussed tha possibilities for y o u n g men arid young women in tho transportation B irvice. INDUSTRIAL CENSUS TAKERS ARE SELECTED Of Joseph Soisson Goes at Public Sale UNIONTOWN, Feb. 12.-- Wallace Miller, supervisor of. the cens is for i tho Fuyette-Soniersot district, ; 'ester- 1 day announced the selection o Industrial enumerators, Connellaville and Uniontown w i l l not be em-braced in this census The enumerators are to begin work on Monday. The enumerators who were rho«cn by special examination are: Jaeper O. Cope, 262 West Main street, Uniontown; Darrell A. Croasland, M.t East Main straet, Uniontown; I-I. S. Dally, Point Marlon; S. C, Yauchus, Masontown; Clyde W. Wyntt, Brown. iville; B. C. Hosteller, Meyersdale; S. N. L/owry, Somerset; Carl R. Bolli, Boswell, and Paul B. Fike, Confluence. Attorney Jacob IS. Horowitz of Masotitowr, formerly of Uonnellsviilc, and AUoniey Basil J. Hoisson or Con- purchased the threr- inleresi.s- in the Joseph SoiHSon estate at a public salo. thia m o r n i n g . Both made the purchagpti on belialf of clients whose identity not made known. Mr. Horowitz purchased the interests in the Theatre Building as well as the Office B u i l d i n g .1 West Crawford avenue, while Mr. Soisson bought the intercuts in the homestead in Peach btrret and tracts of land at South Connellsvflle. Joseph D. Madigan purchased the share in the homestead against which n i n e ! f -he city held a municipal lien for 1 $2,1)47.62 p l u s interest from September, 1825. A. S. Coltom of Lower Tyrone township was the auctioneer, while Attor- Mrs. Stirnmel Loaves Hospi al. -, Mrs, W. S. Stinimel of Blac ist/one avenue was discharged from the Con- nellsvillo State Hofipltal Tuesday evening, a f t e r having undergone oh lervsi- tion ind treatment for a week. Improvement in her condition w ported. Some 've re- ney H. lj. Robinso.i was counsel for the .heIrs. All of tho purchases wore subject t«i mortgages. The Weather MRS. REBECCA HECK DIESATWfflTSETTJ \ot Mike Bnldu. Instead of Michael Balda it was Nicholas Balda of this city who was listed among l i q u o r d e f e n d a n t ) , d i s charged by o r d e r of court in I tilon-. town yesterday w h u n Kederal pr hlb1- tion a g e n t s w h o made I.ho i n f - r m a - r.ions failed to appear. Haln t o n i g h t and p r o b i i b l y T l v t i r s clay morning; colder Tliursclay is i l i noon weather forecast for West-em Pennsylvania. Tennieraluru I M a x i m u m M i n i m u m Moan . Strnck liy AntomoMIe. .UoriH Bosley of 1^2 M a d i n o n a / e n u e waa S'llghtly I'njurcd" yesterday ifter- i . ] nooii when sho stepped in f r o n t ' o f an | Mrs-. Hcbec:ca Huck, S7 years old, automobile d r i v e n by Wayne K l i n g o n - l.dletl Sunday s v e n i i i K at t h o h o m e ot : gmltll at Brinis'ion Corner. S!i, ( h e r daughter a t W h i t s c t t from a j g l v e u m e U lcal attention. ' ( 3 2 21 stroke of - a p o p l e x y . aided at Freed She f o r m e r l y re- LINCOLN, VALENTINE PROGRAMS PRESENTED BY PERRY STUDENTS A V a l e n t i n o program was presented at tha Perryopolis Auditorium last evening by the grads schools. Teach ere epousoring it wore Misswj Lorraine Gareo, Amanda Baker and Beulnh Layhew. P u p i l s of the Jiret four grade?; participated. Many parents and friends were in attendance. Tho program war one of unusually high type. It war. opened and closed by the grade school orchestra, w i t h J. D. Chrtetman at leader. The 16 members of the orchestra a r e grade school pupils. This afternoon Coach James Adam- eon look the Perry grade basketball team t:o Star Junction for a return game with the team there. The game was scheduled tor -I o'clock. Perry won the tln;t game two weelcft ago. This afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Mins Marie Snyiler upouaored a Lincoln Day p r o g r a m in the a u d i t o r i u m . Pupilt of tho upper grades participated. Parents u-.'id friends were Bra;!llf!ui Stnlesinan Dies, R I O D1S .JANEIRO, Feb. 3 2 . - - M a r - j 1'ashions Menri LitUe Here Mrs.. llenrfcli Gvnntwd Divnrc.p. j shal Vrancisco Piuila Argollo, f . i r m e r i Ml NOT, Me., Feb. 12 -- The latest Mrs. C o r n e l i a - H e t i r l c h was ^ r a l l i e d ' m i n i s t e r of w:ir, p r e s i d e n t of ii c s u - ! f a s h i o n s d o n ' t interest. S9-your-oIti a divorce hi* P a y c U s - i t o u u t y courU j p i ' o m e m i J i t a r y t r i b u n a l , and o n c e J E l b r i d g e Hutlev. He lias worn tht from Charles Heurlch. J J o t h reside in Commander-in-chief of the arm d i o d U a m e hat a m i coat, for mon« Conaellwrille. [ here yesterday. He was SO. ' 'years. linitt Jit?

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