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February 12, 1930

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FEBRUARY 12, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER.! CONNBL jSVILLE, PA, ,'A- PRESBYTERIANS DISCUS;; BUDGET, NEMBIER CANVASS Tivelve Churches of This Area 4 Represented at Meeting 1 Tuesday nt SeotWale. SCOUT EXHIBIT OPENS TONIGHT Spoelut to Tha Courier. SOOTTDAlr'E, Feb. 12.--Last evening a confereno of 12 Presbyterian churches in this district was held at -.he First Pre.sby.er.tan Church. The widget system and the every-nieinbcr :anvasa were thu main 'points of discussion. Churches represented -were ;5cottdalc, Conuellsvillo, Dan'bar, Van- ·ilorbilt, laurel ll : U, Leisenring, Middle of noar Mount Pleas-ant, Re-Union ;»rasityterlan of Mount · Pleasant, Pleasant Unity, Youngwood, Little CHICAGO BtSINESS OPENS WAS TO DEATH AGAINST(ANGLAND Hedstono and Guests at tbo iieetlng were Dr. C. H. Williamson o: the First Presbyterian Church at Orove Oily, Dr. William H. Hlndmar and Dr. "W. Scott Bowman or Union own. Tne speakers 1 the evening were Jlev. Williamson f.nd.Jlov. Hindman, Dinner was served to the 48 persons representing tho ( hurches. Mo Report on t'l're. The S'.ato flro BQarshal spent yesterday in Scottcialo going over the Naum Achett building ti 'e of Saturday eve- ring. The marsh il left last evening without saying if he would bo back or not. Thouuu Browilileld, the printer whose sh-p was on the first floor, a.ands to lor.e moat of uny pen-son iu tho flre. I t was learned yes- torday when goim over the loss that his entire stock valued at a'bou't $4,500 was destroyed and that tho insurance It. only about a tht"A of that sum. Scout Exhibit Opens Tonight Tho Scout exhibition In the store room previously occupied by the Dol- Ip.r store in Pittshm's ctreot will bo tonight tram 7 until 10 o'clock. Tho troops have placed on exhibition every conceivable article mentioned by Scouting, inclining models of airplanes, ships, book binding, leather work, printing, binding and all Scout handicraft. This v 111 be judged. Tho First National Man'.t is offioriug a cash prize for the troop having Urn beat display and also 2n individual prize. The award or theie- prizes will bo made at the Scou . mooting at tho State Armory tomorrow evening. At this meeting Award i will also be made Irons the last cour-. of honor hole at the- Y. M. C. A. A Boy Scout picture will be shown. Checking Taic Payments. William V. Mille · ot tho American Surely Company, jond for the late T(;X Collector Harry Snyder of East Huntingdon township, and Justice of tho Peace William Kennel! yesterday began a ays'ternatie round oi residents ot tho township, checking on tho taxes ch.irged against pnpferty holders on tho books and making them produce receipts. It was smted last even tug In most insta-nces receipts wore Clnb TSntartains. Vhe Kn-Urn Bridga Club was entar- taiaod yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Philip Theibert at her home in Ever- 'son avimue. Missionary M noting. Mrs. Watson Storey was hostesa to the Loretta Mitchell Missionary So- cle../ of tho Unheil Presibyterian Church at her homo last evening at a social and business meeting. Mrs. J. L.O \voll Miles was t h j leader. Miss Anderson Hostess. RUss Junnlo Anderson was hostess to t h a Cathrine an Bora Class of St. Paul's Lutheran Church at her home last evonin gat a. business and social meeting. Other A covered-dish supper yvas held last evening by tho Yoiui | Wcinan's Homo Missionary Society if the Methodist Church at tho oh u rah. Each brought u j respective guest. Mra. Kusscll Jiictur-of Arthur avenue entertained tho Senior Philath-ea Clasa of tho Baptist Church at sociiil and business meet at hom-e last eve- "William Keslar of Poarl street was host last evening tc tho Friendship CiaiS cf the ObristU a Churclt at its regular meeting, the.-e being a business seatlou and then a social hour. Riff. II. H. drove, pastor of the Evangelical Church, yesterday entered Morcy Hospital, ilttsburg, for an. operation. Mits. Stella Boploj and daughter, Mias Florine, have returned from Stato College, where i hey visited with friends. t James V/ilkius of Hawkeyo, who waa injured several veeks ago in the autonioblio accident it Old ISothany ha* i)con discharged from the Memorial Hospital at M o t i t i , i'ieasant. (Jeorge Ho (Tor of J ulljerry street \md«?weut an operation at tho Memorial Hospital at MtmiK Plcttsunt yes- terd-a y. Mr). Don Chattuck arrived yesterday 3'rom Manila and will viwit with her mother, Mrs. S. 1?. Ktxd of Arthur avenue. Dtr'id Marks, a studi-nr, ut. tho University of Mlcbigau, .U home for f h e i nild-semostpr vacation, I Mt-4. Huth Har.kiHnr and daughter if 3onegal are v i s i t ! iu; w i t h Mrs. harlccom's biother* lii -hcird Keskir of Kroat wav. Jtobort J. Knndo pJi, War Veteran, Engineer, ISfamed To Load .Attack. MONEY APLENTY MADE AV AIL ABLE By RAY B ,ACK United .Press HtafC (Jori-oajondont. CHICAGO, Feb. 12, -Tho roar of a "Big Bertha" bomb tbat had blown a near North Side laund -y into wreckage and injured a byst.nder was the ominous echo on wh uh a tall, gray-j eysd enginecl' began Ills liattle today (o rid Chicago of gauj. menace. With a secret grou it of Industrial and' commercial lenoo s as bin council 'of war and an appa ently unlimited reserve- of gold on v. hich -to draw, Robert lehcun 'Ran-dol h, who learned what fighting means with the American Army overseas, mapped out his campaign with the coo nees of a World War general. Most o! the near N^rth Side was rocked by lost, nigiit's explosion. Residents were hurled from their bede in the district surrov. ading the two- story building houtiiu .; the Northwestern I J auudry''Com any and ran to the slraeta in terror. Darkness; added to 1 16 confusion as switches In the near! y plant o£ the Commonwealth Edison Company were thrown out Patients at the Chicago Getxeral Hospital wer · terrorized by the roar, followed by ti amors and falling lights. Mrs. Elfil Foreman, walking in the street with her husba id, was struck ou the head by flying j lass and taken to a hospital, Police first announce I the blast asa .boilor explosion but. ·''ire Battalion Chief Frank Brabant aid the boiler wats intact ani he bel eved a huge bomb was responsible. Randolph, the gener ilteeitno of big busluc'us* war agatn«t he racketeers, W«K expected to call hi . staff together at ozico to plan a count -r atiack. More than 2,000 arrests alrc idy have been made. Who his aides arc- o ily Randolph, and a lew other lead in} figures in the ChioagO Association of Commerce know. Their- plane ar s secret. But out o£ the daily confer JBCCB of the generalissimo and the business leaders aro expected to con o a succession ot offensives with a ga ifileeti Chicago aa the ultimate objectiv . Trips to Florida, eage rl ly htoked forward to by a dozen or so business executives, were postp ned so tbxsy coukl remain In the eKy and load counsel and aid to Rardolph and his war lords of tho law, il wan revealed today, Gangland murders, bt mbinfifr, labor alugglnfjs and the rest o the gamut of lawlessness that hae mnd-o Chicago u horrible example for t) e world to point ;to aro nothing nev. in the life of Robert Isham Randolph, He wa6 boi-n in Chicago, over on the ! outh Side. He hae been, heard of and read about ssang crime for as long ;B ho can remember. So when Chlcx go needed an iron maa to moot a dc .perato situation, Randolph, the figli'ing engineer and the head of tho A sociation of Commerce was the unanimous choice. "What can be done, w 71 do," is the battlo cry, spoken, howe\ er, in a calm, deliberate words. "I don't know yef. rwb it io ·neces- sary," ho said. "We'na e an emergency situation and emergency measures must be taken. The / will be." The glint In his gray oyea, tho eet of bin lips, tho clock of teeth of his square jaw seemed to pt sh out the word« anil gave inteu ,lty to his promise. A moment later a boyie-i grin lit his face and mode him look . ounger than his 4G yeare. "Young men full of fit -.am is what PAGE THREE. i I V I V SAB I i in .jdfwri i TIL. u ' ', ' .11*. r i ' * - r"' wT iffST L ' iTM' W, t w**- ^^*iM Let us emphasize again that this gceat^February Sale is a sale of quality furniture. Not high priced furniture, but furniture of real style and quality at the lowest possible prices. He;.'e is the kind of furniture^ you will be proud to have in your home--the kind that has so much quality built into it that you will get many extra years of se rvice out of it. It certainly pays to buy good furniture and there is a limit below which it is riot wise t 3 go. Come in and see the marvelous opportunities to save here now. i Selections Gladly Held for Later Delivery Complete Home Furnishers Since 1691 Convenient Payments Arranged if Desired FIGHT AGAINST HUGHES WORRIES SENATE LEADERS Opposition to Confirmation Gains Headway as Debate Continues. BORAH LEADS THE ATTACK we need," he said. havsn't begun to talk much about money- yet. But I'm not worry-Ing about that. We'll get it." Randolph followed in sis father's footetope when ho toolc k up engineering. He has seen civil service in Honolulu and in vnrioite oarte o£ the United States and inih't iry service along the Mexican hord ;r and in Fra:ico. Already the exodus of g mmen from tho city has brought complaints from other cities, Including pol.-its throughout Illinois and adjoining states. Indictments returned here against 19 gunmen yesterday impress H! gangland that bit; business meaas bu ;iness when It aayw this ia to be war w thout quarter. ' With tiio exception of 1 ist night's bombing, police records showed fewer crimes than in Ohiopyle Stun Robs Too CLEVELAND, O.. Fe!. 12~When an araieO bandit ordered jouis Horrlick, gasoli ro lilting station attendant, to OUIOP*!.I5, Feb. 12.- Mrs. ,T. IT. Woodmency and Mrs, D. II. Beatty spent Tuesday at Bidwoll with Mrs. lion Shipley. They spcnl the duy quilting. Mr. awl Mrs. R. W. 1 Whip cy attended tho funeral of Mrs. WMplcey^a grandmother, Mrs. Ida Da igherty at MoKeesport on Tuesday. ' S. W. Bitnur of Meyersci tie was a business caller in OhiopyJe Tuesday. All aro invited to attena Literary stick 'em up," Herrllc* did so with i Socloty in the P u b l l c scho 1 building alacrity. "This Ui t*w ' robbei in diogunt and ',i 3 BSB»ca»iifefjwo?:;: I'uynuints GEO. W. CARROLL naid the ' TUurscla " evening. A. E. Burnworth nf Vied ria was a caller In town Tuesday. Mrs. Samuel Burnworth 'f Bldwell was a shopper In town Tue: clay. Carl Hall of Untontown s; eut Tues- Jay in town. I. M. Hall of Mill Hun w;.s a caller In t o w n yesterday. u Janii-M Harkley wa sti rec 'iii, caller '« I ' n i o n l o w u . Victor 5.iok.iiig ror Bargain T Read th» advertisements ia Dally Courier. By PAUL MALLON, United Pn-ss Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Feb. 12.--Opposition to confivmation of Charles Evans Hughes as Chlet Justice of the United States assuiaed a moro threatening and serious character as the Senate convened today for further debate and a possiWe vote. Tbo oppov.itlon hua gained such headway thai. Bepublican Floor Leader Watson -wants to force a vote before- it develops' any further. On Monday when' the vote was taken in the Judiciary Committee only'two or three senate! s were known, to be opposed td Hughes and yesterday a maximum of a dozen votes out of 90 was all that was expected by his opponents. Now, however, thfere are indications thai as many as 30 senators are ready to vote agfa-inst /him. There is ye. no reason to expect the nomination will he defeated unless there is a el ange in tho attitude of DwnocratB, Most of the minority loaders have intended to vote for confirmation and thus far Senators Glass ot Virginia, Dill o£ Washington und Blease of Souib Carolina are tho only Uemac'ra-Ut wio hfive signified their intention, ot \oting against confiricia- tiori. Several more opposition vutea were counted after, 'he speeches late yesterday by Glass and Senator Borah, Ho- pitbllcan, Idahu. Borah contended the appointment s'.ruck r.t the very fundamentals of government. Citing Hugl es' writings and decisions, the Wahoau said Hug.hes is aligned with those believing that property rights shoucl Be exalted above all rights. "I believe his opinion is that practically no restraint should be placed on vast corporate Interests," Borah said. "I do not know any problem of moro concern to the- people than Jthe retention of their natural resources at reasonable rates." Bora!', predicted if the control of oil, coal, gas, transportation and transmission continue in tho hands of a few people that Congress eventually will bo driven to public ownership for tin; protection of the people. Glass objected to Hughes' retirement from the Supreme Bench to run for Preaid^ui i "I think he lacks the sensibility of the saeredness of thai high office," be "Virginian said. "His retirement v as en exhibition of the severe.' t mdifi r- ence, It IB such for any Jnsticc to contemplate for a moment discard, ig hie robes and cominr down from .ifl exalted state to participate telsiahly In the turmoil and disputes o? part It ua politics. The ojEtetiHe, it It is ttn f- fenso and I believe it IR, now if. frig t- fully accentuated when ho accei ts nomiaation for tho otHee of Ch et Justice." ·* Hughes received tribuie-s lr m Democratic Senators Copeland a id Wagner of New York and from Soi i- tor Gfllett, Republican, Massichuset s, who tald Hughes servei tue pub -c when .he retired ti'om the heDCh to r'. n for Presideat. Among itkme expected Io speak i day are Senators Brookhart, Repu i- lican, Iowa, and Dill, iho laltev bel: s interested in ( Hughea' a r t ; .vitle8 as a private attorney for radio interests. ·The tariff bill was laid aside ti order that Republican leaders mig t press for a vote as soon as possibl -. The Honse is Cfjufid-tnini; mlty r calendar bills, most of the iutere t there being centered on the openii. j of hearings before the house judicial / eoniiiiittee on bills to change the 18t i Amendment. ANOTHHl TYPHOID CASE IS REPORTED ATMOLEASAN1 Victim Is Michael Bt/ga o Bridgepoi't, Eiaployod At .Standard. ONE PATIENT IS DISCHARGEE , Sjicolal to Thu Courier. MQU'NT PIvHJASANT,' Fi*. .1.2,--An oth,or typhoid fever car.e from watei at Standard has beor, admitteil io th M-emorial Hospital. .Michael Bi'yga, 3L" years old, whose home is at Bridgeport, is the patient. Tlie first ot the typhoid sufferers, Charles Whalen, has returned to his hom-D in North 3epot street. Missionary Sockity Dinner, The Woman's Missionary Society o{ the He-Union Presbyterian Church h-elii its monthly meeting at th-e ·church last evening, in tho form of a birthday dinner nerved at «:80 o'^loc.k in the social i.'ocwn. The corainittoo in charge- was made up- of Missi Viola Stevenson, Mrs, Richard Don-castor, Mrs. Howard M. Stoner, Mrs. Morris N. Plgman, Miss Madge Stoi'cnsori, Mrs. W. I*. Andrews, Mrs. J. Albert ITHOUT A EN? Odd Vegetables Oddly Used TONIGHT IS HOME NIGHT IN REVIVAL, MILL RUN CHURCH Prize Will He Given to Largest Family Attending The Service. Lf you don't know wjiat to do with a curly endive should some one give you oue, boil it. It makes excellent greens and those who have triod it declare it is the only proper use for this veg-otablo that is popularly known only as a fall and win-tor salad v-eg«- 'tahlo. It is a handsome vegetable in .appearance but it is not 33 handeome whea it comes to eating it as a salad as its creamy curls with groea trimmings suggest. Even Die bent oE the curly endives aro i'athor tough when eaten, -raw although valuable salad material and o i £ good flavor. Our foreign population brought tho trick ot boiUngr the endive as preens. Some of our foreign settlors seem to have a mania for boiling about everything in the way o£ green tops lor greens including the popular weeds, lamp's quarter and purslane or purs- ley, as It ia moro commonly known. A trial of curly endive bailed as greens is likely to conv.lnco the e-x- perimouter that ho has found a rather attractive addition to the menu. The method is to wash il. long and earnestly as many endives harbor much sand and grit among -(.heir frizzled foliage. Then take the endive rosette and drop it in boiling water and cool, tin-til tender, This requires not mo/6 than fifteen minutes of boiling. Iii£t tho end'ive, drain, pnc serve with butter and a little lemoi Julco, A foreign method is to use o Ivc- oil instead of butter. It ia a matter ot taste but Uie American palat takes more kindly to butter than t olive oil on warm vegetables. The flavor is excellonl, i.ot so strong as when eaten raw, a ul the greens are not us tough as tlh freah leaves. In order to avoid the tough texture so often encountered, some 1 itchen geniuses chop the curly endi\ e and mix it with finely chopped cam Is and TWELVE MORE HIT THE TRAIL turnips with either with a little French ouion, f erving dressing or mayonnaise. It makes a line salad usod in this manner. Plant a -ow o£ curly endivo }n tho garden t h i s year and you can have a new and novel vegetable d'ish next fall. Don t forget to start blanching it -early by tying up the outer leaves o-vi v tho center or by se-Ufng a pot ove · il. J. Husband. A box was packed with second hand clothing and bedding to be son't (o tho colored nooplo £ the South. Hospital Staff ,U*e(s. The sUff of the Mount Pleasant Memorial Hos-plta'1 had its regular ·meeting at the hospital yesterday at noon. JUuncli was s-erved, Present at tho mooting were- Dr. W. A. Mars-h, Dr. John L, Burkholder, Dr. M. W. Horn-er, Dr. William Jiobln-sou, Dr. James A. Cowan, Dr. C, H. Poole, Dr. V. P. Pisula, Dr. G. T. McNish, Dr. H. T. Grard and Dr. ,T. W. B'helar. TuxJs Club Prognim, Mrs. Janat Copeland Randolph of Braddock R-oad ave-nue wa« hostess to th-e- Tuxid Club at her home at iu monthly mooting Tuesday, There was a business meeting aud -program, followed by a social hour. Plan for MuppoK. Tho Ladies' Aid Society of the United Brethren Church held Its monthly meeting at (ho church last evening. . Arrangements were completed for tha r.hickou and biscuit supper ( h a t w i l l be s^n-eil at the church on February 33 for the Men'a Coaster Leaves Hospital. John Raclia, th-o boy injured when the sled'that h« was riding ran into a tr-ee, wiis discharged-from the Memorial Hospital yesterday. Tho bo/ was admitted for treatment from in e r n a l injuries. ' Veteran Jtccovers. Jacob Shivelor, SI yenrs o l d . wiio vras admitted to the Memorial How- pita 1 on Saturday for treatmeir was discharged yesterday. Mr. Shive er, a Civil War Veteran. Gil Hours Ifo Was Kllod. MEXICO CITY, Feb. 12.--F rrner Pros-i-den-t Fortes Gil varied the old formula today when lift was inltrmcd of a report, tluu. he Incl been 1-illeii. Instead of sayinj/r the icport wa? "ex- aggeraleii," hit merely r o m o r k p l ho was "glad it Isnt true." Byrd's Ship Grounds. AUCKLAND, X. K., Feb. 12.'- -J«Jn- rouio (o the Antarctic, Coinmand-ev Itichard E. Byrd'w .supply ship, the Kleanor BollhiK. grounded on a : anil- bank wlille leaving Duuodln yesfe 'day. Tugs and launches succeeded i j re- Last night was a red-loiter aight in the union revival at SfiU Run as Jl.o largest number of decisions for Chd.si. registered so far in the meeting wcni recorded. It was Sunday school night \vith a very fine attendance of tho different S u n d a y school classes and teachers. The message of Dr. C. J. Kox was upon "Row God Blockadt H the Koad to Hell." When he presented the altar call abouj; a dozen sought Christ for pardon ot thoir sins. Many are dolag personal work and (be revival spirit is at very high tide. Day meetings are-held ca*:h morning at 9:30, with a preliminary service for both young people aud adulH at 7:16 o'clock each night. Dr. Fox will take five minutes each eYonlng to tell of bis recent trip to Bible land». Tonight is homo night, with a priao Cor the largest, family present in tho service. Saturday afternoon tb.o younjr people are to gather at the home ot' Mr. Mountain to talk over life problems with the evangelist and many arc expected to attend this important service. Foxgrams. "You will never find Christ unleflB you yield your w i l l completely U Him." "8ut.:in brings all tho pressure of hell (o hear upon a soul whim thai soul is -ready to malic decision for Christ that he may prevent that «t»- daiou." "Unsaved f r i e n d , are you goltyi right over the cross o£ your bord on clown to the pit ot everlasting suffering and misery?" "A lot of people are waiting for a strange sort of feeling to seize them before they come t, 3 Christ, but all such need not. expect it as Christ floes not say, 'Fed and ho 'saved,' }»·* 'Itolievo Hiui bo SU\(M!,' " "Tho joyous tolins' i h a t :-.o many ;ire expecting iu conuei-.tion vvitli salvation always comes after the decision is made for Christ and never before t h a t decision is made." Three Street Cars Boiuhed. XKW ORLEANS, Feb. J2.--Three street cav« were rocked by fc simultaneous bomb explosions last uight. A woman passenger on r tue

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