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PAGE FOURTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1933. Courier C/assi/iecf Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per Una, 9c cash; lOo charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request AtJs to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates AreJBased On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special---Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Personals MEN OLD AT 401 -- Get pop. New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invlgorators and other sUmu- Jants. One dose starts new pep. Value $100. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. Automotive Automobiles (or Sale 11 HERE IS THE CAS1 OUH SPECIAL FOR TODAY THY IT!--THEN BUY IT1 193G PONTIAC COUPE- VERY NICE B L A C K DUCO FINISH. E Q U I P P E D WITH HEATER AND GOOD TIHES, CAR IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. DOWN PAYMENT $160. BALANCE IN 12 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF 52436. FIRE. THEFT AND COLLISION INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PAYMENTS. Absolutely The Best! G. M. A. C. Tcrmsl MASON MOTOR COMPANY. CHEVROLET SALES 8: SERVICE. 127 W. APPLE ST. PHONE IDS. Business Service Printing, Ensravins, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK1 Hand Blllsl--Binding!--Calling Cardsl BUI Headsl--Letter Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardsl No Trespassing Signd for Sale) All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates 1 COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. DAILY COURIER BLDG. OH PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A. Clarke. PH. G. DmCRlst 323 North Pittsburfi SLre e t. Phone 194. Merchandise Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Him at mine coal, 100 bu.. Be delivered; 50 uu . 9c delivered; 25 bu., 12c delivered Cach Phone Z037. Frank Koballa. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices 81 GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price Wm Dxill Son Pl:one 107 or call Dawson, 32S1 and 3631. Household Goods. FOR SALE--Coal ranges SIO.M) and up; living room suites, $15.00 *.nd up: washing machines, $1500 ana up, guaranteed; radios, rlectric 5500 and up; piano 1 ?, $10 QO and up. Also big bargains m other f jrmture. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF WILLIAM HENRY, DE- cciiscd. Letters of Administration on the estate of Wilhnm Hcrry, late of Bullbkm Township, Factte County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters of Administration In the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said dccecier.t to make payment to the undei signed without delay, and all peisons having claims ir demands aRalrst said estate are requested to make known the same. Nannie Henry. Connullsville. R. D. No. 2, Administratrix, Fred E. Ymmkiy, Attorney. 3Â£eb-6t-Â£rl. Financial Need Money 4Â«-B III-GH..DE--SLIGHTLY USED DINING ROOM. LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM SUITES. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE' MERVIS FURNITURE CO PHONE 2020. Musical Merchandise NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Open Evenings! Open SundayEl SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECO.TJ FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE. PICK YOURS OUT TODAY I WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. WEST CKAWFOBD AVE. . PHONE 407. FOR SALE--Young Red-Bone Hound. ]6 months old. Fine breeding, no training. Reasonable. Inquire 205 N. Cottage Avenue. LABGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. USED CARSI SEE OUB SELECTION! E. E. VAN SCOY. INC, 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. 321 SO. PITTSBtlRG ST. PHONE 8. Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 FOR SALE--Late 1937 International Vaton pick-up Truck. Driven 15,000 miles. Mechanically perfect. Owner leaving Â·town. Write Box 750, care Courier. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FTSHEH'S UPHOLSTERY, AWNINGS, FURNITURE REPAIRS Sc HECOVERINGS PHONE 8645. 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R, Laughlln--INSUR- ANCE See me for rates. 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Moving. Tracking. Storage 23 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storago For Household Goodi. IXlCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer. 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phono 183. EACH OF these ads brings together two people--advertiser and reader--for their mutual benefit and satisfaction. 62 WE'RE FORCED TO REPOSSES--A small size Baby Grand Piano. Will transfer for balance due. Terms as low as S5 00 per month. May be seen by appointment. Write C H. Wilt, 604 Wood St.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Livestock Dogs. Cats, Other Pets 47 WANTED TO HEAR--From owner oÂ£ A. K. C*. Registered Male Collie. Purpose breeding. Jesse Hall. Ohiopyle, Pa. Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 49 BUY--Denny's Baby Chicks :for profitable flocki. Five popular breeds. BLOOD TESTED. 95 c ,'o Llvabillty guaranteed for 14 days. J. F. Denny, Box 734. Youngwood, Pa. Phone 2al. Merchandise Buildings, Building Materials 53 IF YOU ARE--Patching that small break in the kitchen wall, or plastering every wall in the house, we can furnish your needs. Stone Work, Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 PHONE 12 or 13 for Â»n Ad-taker. FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY1 HERE'S HOW--You can find Â« market, for your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household goods by running a small inexpensive ad in our Classified Section. There you wiU find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation oÂ£ The Daily Courier covers B large arcs and your advertisement will be read by many people who are looking for just the things you have for sale. NOTE; AH classified ads are payable in advance.- You will find our rates la "tile" above classified Heading. Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE WILL PAY YOU Qj CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRrNG IN ... AT 5c PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board NOTICE. SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED at the office of the City CIcvk until 5'00 o'clock P. M. EST. Monda. February 331.1, 1939. for the purchase of Two Hundred Thousand (More or Lc = s) wire cat Uig paving bncK for Falr^iew Avenue and various oilier City streets City Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. CITY OF CONNELLSVILLE, P. H. Boir-'iley. Purchasing Agent jnn-20-27-feb-3 NEWS BEHIN By Continued from Page Four, an appropriation. Also the report started out by s.iyinfi: "The ge.'iornl level of health in the United Stales is higher tlian at an other time in its history" And i might have added "or in the history of any other nation m history." FOR. RENT--Tv-n furnished bedrooms. 109 ITnns Avenue. Rooms for HouscKccplnff 69 FOR RENT--Thrpe *urnished rooms, bnth, all conveniences, 1216 Chestnut Street. Phone 287-VV FOR RENT--Two furnished Ujrht housekeeping rooms. Phone 538-J. FOR RENT--Two furnished roomi for liyht housekeeping. 1210 Vino Street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT---Apartment, lour large v.p[! fmls-hcU. convenient rooms and b.ith. Cenirnlly located InfjJire Anna B Schmttz. 303 N. Arch St FIVE ROOM APARTMENT--Two finished attic room';. one-car garafie, 121 So. Efphth St Phone 1319. APARTMENT--Four rooms and bath, all convenience 1 !, centrally loca'.ed. 132 E. Fatrview Avenue. Reel Estate tor Sale A "ROOM AND BOARD" ad here can soon rent that empty room el jours. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 12 37 21 2"=? 3O le 22. ^o 16 25 ACROSS 1--Stub 23--The- least 5--A range of whole number hills 26--A forefather 9--A mass of yarn on a spindle "The Arabian'25--The clover ( 0b.) Zl-- : passing 3l_Bough 17 -- Released 32 -- Kind of tree 19 -- Start 33 -- Ocean 11--Belonging 32--Anglo- to us Saxon (abbr.) '12--Prefb denot- 34--Negative ing back 13-Lihe o D 14--Jewish 36--Therefore month 37--Observe 16--Pronoun 39--To sponge 17--Soar (Slang) J.8--Affirmative 40--Hawaiian vote food Â·SO--A town in 41--Dexterous Now Mexico 42--Dispute DOWN 1--Skimps 6--Transact 2--Digit 7--Adhesive S--Aloft substance 4--flower fi--Soon C--Harvest 13--Character in 24--Electrifaed Â«--Half an em particle 4 0--Father to previous puzzle Copyright, 193?, Brokers in Real Estate R WHAT WILL YOU LEAVE--The family v,hen the sctxon pats you on the face with a spade'' Hunt receipts or a key to your uu-n home. It's up to you. Get started. Let's talk it over Terms! PETER H. T.VEIMEH. WEIMER ARCADE. PIIOPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C. PflALtN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA PHONE 975. Houses Cor Sale FOR S ALE 1--FOR SALE I SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located in ConncUsvillc, Scottdale, Evcr^on, Mt. Pleasant and rural sections ol Fayuttc County, Sold on small down payments, balnnpe on monthly installments. 5 to 15 years to pay. Only 5% interest, no finance charge. H interested, feJnclly write, phone or call In person. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY, 405 SECOND NATL BANK BLDG. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. PHONE 1375. CON NELLS VILLS, PA. The Democratic Federal Gtn crn- mont is doinÂ£ possibly the be^t publicity job of its c.ircc'r m keeping KcpubJjcnn Dj^me; Attorney Dcwey from sc-tnng all the filory out oÂ£ the ' scandals \vhich keep bobbins up m ! Is'e\v York, whores--it appears fiom I New Deal publicity--Dcwey just hap! pens to live. ! The Roosevelt incdnl for timing, if there ever is one, will unquestionably go to AttorriC3* Gonernl Murphy tins year. He scooped Dewey (who ha a been prosecuting the case before tae grand jury for nine months) by 2-i hours in the onRinal announcement on. the Man tun case. Murphy got into the public pr.nts Saturday announcing he hod the cate under consideration, while Dewcy v/nitcd u n t i l Sunday to v.-rite lus pub). : c leltcr lo Chfiirm.m Sumners ot tbe HOUFC Judicmry Committee. New Deal justice ~.b just a little pcc\ eel that Dewr-y would do that. He had no business imes'aguting a Democratic Federal judge in the first place as no state Jaw violation was involved, they say, although they are not inclined to press the point. He may have been presenting it to the | grand jury tor nine months but they have been working on it hero for "several" (a fine word meaning something short of nine) months too. Furlhei more he should have told !hc D e m o c r a t i c Administration here about the case, and let them take it out of his hands, instead ol permitting the justice department to find out about it Irom n newspaper, thus causing Murphy to rush up to New York last Wednesday and everything. HOUSTON AVEmJE, 216 -- Six room Irame house "With bath, in the very best of condition. Immediate possession PricecJ to sell at $1,500. Inquire, Paul Wagoner. 1009 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 148 FOR SALE--Six room frame houio, bath, btcam heat, 2 lots. South S.cie $3,000. SEVEN ROOM FRAME HOUSE--Bath, fetcam huat, 5 acres of land. Near Johnston School. 52,500 ROBERT NORKIS. PHONE 505. FOR SALE--Stx room house and six acres. Just outside of City Limits. WM. P. McNULTV, EAGLES BLDG. PHONE 1760 Pcnnsy Engineer Retires. Charles W. French of West Brownsville retired after 44 consecutive years oÂ£ service with the Pennsylvania Railroad. He had been employed as a fueman and an engineer, the attier capacity for nearly 30 yeajs. lie never had a serious accident. It would not be so bad, but the young upst.irt did the sa-ne thing m the Whitney and Co^ter-Muiica cases. In both instances, Washington had a jiard but successful time in keeping him out of the limelight ns much ns possible, because after all, (as they say here not too loudly) both defendants confessed before anyone knew anything was wrong. (Apparently they refer to the Whitney confession extracted by the stock exchange and the indication that the first tip on the Musica-Coster case came from a suspicious treasurer.) There is no question whatever but that Dewey startc-d the Man ton case, but he will have to get credit somewhere else than Washington. Here they call him a publicity seeker. M. E. CORNE CHAPTER FORT? "NOW, MB. WITHERSPOON," Mac said briskly, "where are those shirts?" "Shirts?" Mr, Horace surveyed the room blankly. "I dropped them I somewhere--" "They're here, at this side ol the bed," Dr. Didmore, who had been yawning and gaping during the entire proceedings, indicated a spot at his feet. Mac walked around the bed and got down on all fours on, the f oor. And there, scattered' on the carpet, were the thirts. Four of them. They wete spattered with blood. "Doc!" barked Mac, "suppose Mr. Witherspoon. had not turned to the chair with the shirts?" The medical examiner cleared his throat importantly: "In chat case," he said, "the bullet would have penetrated the heart. The bureau is on an angle from the door. When. Mr, \Vitlierspoon swung around, the bullet grazed h.s shoulder, struck the glass and glanced off Into the woodwork," "So," said Mac softly, "so the bullet was meant to be fatall" And ' he looked squarely at Daphne Witherspoon. "But u-ho would wish to kill jnc?" questioned Mr. Horace in bewilderment. "I have no enemies--" "Neither, apparently, had your wife or your mother," Mac stated bluntly, "and your mother was jnurdered. Dr. Didmore performed Ihe autopsy this evening. Cyanide was found in the body!" "I see--" Mr. Horace seemed to shrivel before our very eyes. "I--I think, if yoj don't mind, I will go to my room." "Of course." Mac was at once conLrite. "Theie will be an inquest tomorrow afternoon. Will you please notify your household?" The wounded man nodded. With Phil's assistance he managed to rise from Uie bed, "By the way," Mac raided, his voice slightly, "may I trouble you for the kejs to your laboratory?" "The keys?" Something foreign flickered behind the colorless, opaque eyes of the uoundcd man. "The laboratory 's never locked," he said slowly, "never." "Thank you." Mclntyre bov.ed. "M'.ss Daphne, will you assist your fa her to his room?" "Come along, father." Daphne took her place at his side. "Coming-, Mac?" Phil clasped my hcnd. "Go along, children." He motioned us av.ay. "I'm slaying here for awlulc. I have--something to "Tina is sure turning 1 out to be one honey of a case!" remarked Phil, blowing great clouds of srnoke into the already polluted air of my bedroom. "One suspect afCcr another goes down the drajn! Looks now like it has to be one ot the guests--or Duphnel" "M.iy I have a cigarct, please?" I tc-,-k the pack from lits pocket. 1 did not feel up to d.scufsing 1 Daplme's guilt or Innocence. 1 liad Phil clasped my hand and \ve left the room. defended her so furiously in thei past, and now--I did not know--! she had done so many queer things. ; Deep m my heart I still believed i in her innocence. I guess that is why I had not mentioned the meeting in the arboretum. I would give her another chance--though I did not put it quite that way--I would not give her away--not yet. ''Thank God, we're safe for tonight!" I said presently, and thankfully. Chief Ellis had sent for and received half the town police force, who, even at the moment, paraded the corridors and grounds of the Manor. It was a comforting 1 sight, believe me, the club and the gun and the blue uniform! Phil hazarded: "Don't think there'll be any more fireworks tonight, baby," "I hope not!" I had had enough excitement for one night and for one lifetime. I stifled a yawn, "Wonder what Mac has up his sleeve?" I said sleepily, Phil frowned. "He haa something, you may depend on that! Mac isn't a cautious Scotsman for nothing." "He's staying upstairs a long time. What in the world can he be doing;?" "I don't know--but I'm going to find out!" He lumped up, determination, written on. his face. My drowsiness vanished, "Not without me! 1 ' I said. 'Tin going; wherever you go." "0. K., kid. I'm going: to the third floor. Come on!" Once again the Manor slept. The corridor, save for the blue,-clac figures of the policemen on guarc at the head of the front and back stairs, was deserted. The door to Mr. Richard's room was closed. Phil opened It without Mac Mclntyre atood before the Bureau, his arms filled with shirts! "What the--" exclaimed Phil, and the detective spun around on his heel, dropped the shirts and clasped his hand to his shoulder. "So!" he muttered, "so!" He bobbed his head several times; he gave a grunt of satisfaction. Ha paid us no attention whatsoever. 'Is the man mai?" demanded Phil of Chief Ellis who from a chair by the window regarded hia colleague's peculiar antics unmoved. EUis shrugged. "He's been doing that for fifteen, minutes." Mac made no explanation. He was staring at the four shirts spread out upon, the rug. On his face was an expression of rapture, as though he gazed into the eyea of a newly discovered and awakened love! Then, with a quick move- me^nt he scooped the shirts into hi? arms. "Where's that coat Didmore cut from Mr. Witherspoon?" he de- mandcd of the chief. "It's around here somewhere-there--on the chair!" ftlac exchanged the shirts for the coat The latter he examined critically. One shoulder had been cut away. The aagged piece of material he subjected to minute scrutiny. "Well," he said at last. "Wei]." The fire left his eyes. He looked worried, puzzled. "What's going on, Mac?" Phil asked petulantly. "You kids still up?" He glanced around at us, "Come on!" urged Phil. "What sort of bee's in your bonnet?" "Bee ?" Mac shook his head. "The bee has turned into a dodo bird, Benson! I'm all ivct, I guess, and yet--'* He shrugged. "Guess maybe I'm getting old I" (To Bo Continued SALLY'S SALLIES Cupr. 1539, Ku-R Features Syndicate. Inc., World nchu reserved' Some people think only of pleasure--and that's the only pleasure some people get Over Eight Million Pounds of Foodstuff For Needy in Siafe Defendant AlbO Juror. WILKES-BARHE, Feb. 3.--The court scheduled a man for double duly heie. He was drawn for a jury. Then it was learned he was a defendant in another case. He was c'.ism.-ssed from the box and led to the other courtroom. The wage-hour administration is planning enforcement on wheels. It asited the budget bureau for several bundled automobiles to equip 603 inspectors who are to go about the country inspecting industrial plants to see if they are living up . to the wage-hour law. The budget I turned down the automobile part of it, but left a provision whereby the inspectors ivill be paid four cents a mile by the Government in their travels, if they have a car. About half the 100 inspectors now employed have cars under this arrangement and it is assumed the coming self- motorized wage-hour patrol of 308 will be similarly equipped when they start in June. Urges Colonies' Return. TOKIO, Feb. 3.--The Japanese newspaper N.chi Nichi warned Britain and France "to return promptly the colonies they robbed from Germany if they desire peace." Almost G00,000 unemployed persons in Pennsylvania received a total of 8,371,714 pounds of Fedeial surplus food commodities, worth $652,464, during December, 1938, It was announced today by Arthur W. Howe, Jr., replaced State Secretary of Puo- lic Assistance. This raised the tree food distiibu- tion to the unemployed in Pennsylvania during 1D38 to 75,661,721 pounds, with a retail value of approximately $3,600,000, as against a distribution of 30,000,000 pounds, having a value of approximately $1,160,000, curing 1D37, Each of the 13G,858 families, totalling 582,263 persons, served in December received free food commodities valued at $4.77, at a distribution cost to the Department of Public Assistance of 22.77 cents per family ca.-,e. or a total d.s- tribution cost of $31,101. D. P. A. distribution cost during December, 1938, was 37.2 cents per httndred-we ght, as compared xvith 30.9 cents per hundredweight for the pievious month. COKE OUTPUT IN DECEMBER AT HIGH MARK Continued from Page Nine, cent. They were, however, more than 1,000.000 tons in excess ot reserves at the end of the year 1937. Elver commerce in all coke via the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers rose 20 and 0.5 per cent, respectively, while shipments over the Ohio River dropped seven per cent. At 178 coke yards deliveries increased 52 per cent and stocks dropped 11 per cent. Prices lor the most part remained unchanged. Cor.nellsville foundry coke increased five cents per ton during the month while sulphate oÂ£ ammonia advanced one cent per 100 pounds. December, 1S38, coke tonnage in Pennsylvania amounted to 44,020 or a gain of 20.2 per cent from the No-\ vember, 1938, total of 36,600 ana a sharp decline Irom the December, 1937, amount oÂ£ 89,800. The beehive coke prices at ovens were: Connellsville furnace, $3.75 per ton, the same as for November, 1938, but a drop from the $4.37 figure in December, 1937; Connellsville foundry, $5.05 per ton, a gain of one per cent from the S5.00 mark the preceding month and a fall of 30 cents rom the $5.30 obtained in December of 1937. less than the quantity distributed in November, 1938. This decrease was due principally to the distribution of fresh vegetables and apples having been completed during November. The percentage of eligible general assistance and dependent children family cases supplied in. December was 90.5 of the department's caseload. This was an increase of 1.4 per cent in caseload coverage as core- paied with Novembei. The total number of families served was 7,855 more thf.n those benefited in November. Little Time for Pleasure. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Feb. 3.-Repotting that the average WPA while collar worker averaged only one-tenth oÂ£ n minute a day on civic and political activities, Harvard bocioiogists suggested "this figure thiows a rather sinister light upon t:ie present status of our democracy." The report revealed that "ail pleasureable activities" occupied one and a half hours of Die studied workers day. Beloved Storeman Dies. DANVILLE, 111., Feb. 3--Joe Hess, beloved by Danville because because his department store extended credit freely during the depression and The poundage distributee! in De- , never dunned anyone, died here at comber, 1938, was 1,908,447 pounds I the age of 67. Asks to Be Arrested. LONDON, Fob. 3.--Frau Vera Schuschmgg, wife of the former Austrian chancellor, has asked the Gestapo (Nazi secret police) to arrest her so she might be able to join her husband who is reported in a German prison, the Daily Express said in a dispatch from Vienna. Mayor Is Acquitted, TAUKTON, Mass., Feb. 3.--After nine hours of actual deliberation, a Bristol county superior court jury acquitted Mayor Leo E. J. Carney of New Bedford, charged with soliciting a 525,000 bribe for a garbage collection contract. Wife Preservers This ma be a help to you: A wife finds it sa\eÂ« iabor to mix aH foods and Halters in her sink, thus keeping tables and floor clean. Sne puts a dishcloth in bottom of smk under nixing bowl w avoic noise and scratches 10 stok.