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February 14, 1930

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I dition r^T*^" 1 ® ~ Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Advet tising Medium in the Yough Region, rice VOL. 28, NO. S I . OONNELLS V1LLE, PA., F R I D A Y E V E N I N G , F.I BIIUAKY .H, 1.930. TWENTY PAGES. Fort Paper Co. to Establish An Eastern Capstan to Erect Build- IMPROVEMENTS AT I CAPSTAN PLANT ARE ! NEAR COMPLETION at Cost of $75 ? 000; Carton Company to Equip It With $180,000 Worth of Machinery- What Carton Factory Means to Community No. ! F t i r n u r o Rcpaireci. \ V i l l !{|( v ^tune .!oiula.v; Tv'ew (.'as Prod ( n o r on A p r i l I. YEAR'S BUSINESS STARTS BRISKLY WORK ON BUILDING \ TO START AT ONCE! i n f e c t i o n of b u i l d i n g by CIUiMi (.'ornixxny wi';! if\v : to 7T ti 10(1 i n o n for t h r o more. \\v f a c t o r y w i l l e m p l c y i; i-or^ons, lK)lh m e n a n d w o m e n , i n i t s o p f - r a t k m . lo W i l l make C o n n o l l f i v i l l r a t - e n i o r for the iistribut.ion in the east- rn t ' n i t w i States of wirtous by tho lar chl t i i a n t i - t ' u n t u r c r . O i r o o l s i i L t w i t i o i i atlf-w o r ' l i i i i i r y t r a n s p o r t a t i o n f a c i l i t i e s of C o J i n o . l U i v i l l ial w n t c r . Will incrwiso payrolls a u t i m u l u s s to n i l iinv.M of loca' enhunce t h u value of mil :t d form a business; ate. i Gives Car*tftn niai-'t; C'on j i a n y new p r e s t i g e as a h e l p f u l agency in die up- b u i l d i n g of the c o m m u n i t y . T h r o u g h the- k i n d l y 0,'Ticeti of t h e Caps!j.n lilui^ ( ? o m p i i n as n e e o t i u t o r . a n d h - c a u t - e o f t h e f u . t h t h i s c-n'er- pri;:e ;iari i n ( h e f u t u r e o f C o n n e l t s v i l l o , MI i m p o r t a n t n e w i n d u s t r y Us to bo ad;e;l to South C o i i l ; t ' U ? - v i l ' n . j Tiiiii w i l l e.on:;ltit of u c o r r u g a t e d C a p a c i t y w i l l pasK-r c a r t o n factor- w h i c h w i l l be t h e | ii^-f develop,--,. Mi,-.ter;i p l a n t of the Kort W a y n e C o r - j » " of our m o s t rugate! ['aper r o m p a n y of K o r t , ! May l a t e r load \ V u y n c , l i K l . . w h i c h a l - e a . i y o p e r a t e s ! " paper m a r u i i V t c ! u r i n e ; mi! V i c t o r i e s i n t h a t c i t y n i«l a t . H a r t f o r d | w m i - l i n i M h e d m a t e r i a l . C - t v , h i d . , a n d is t h ( ^ l a r g e s t m a u n - ~ f a c t u r ·!· of t h i s l i n e · ·!' p r o d u c t s in w i l l inuko- i t n n n e c e ^ t a r the I ' l ited .Sti'..te.n. : s t a t i to carry lart;e. e-!ocU- The p l a n t w i l l bo b t r l ! by the C a p - s u p p l i e s t,s necdtxl beinp; - staii (ihift- C o m p a n y or i t * '"'" i ri'd to the p a c k i n g room b\ s r o u n i i m m e d i a t e l y a i l j o i n i i i ; ; i t s | present j i h i n t . It w i l l !· v e n t e d l^ the | v.'ill be a n o t h e r f a c t o r in carton company, w i t h .vhicli Cnpsttiu : n i e n t o: t ' a p ^ t a n as one o w i l l c H i t i r u i K r o t a t i o n s a s p u r c h a s e r | , H U u p U - t ( - o ^ t a b l i s h m e i i t f ! of of a l i r y e p a r t of the. llic.tory't* pro- j t ) l o i: n i,( K | ytaU-s. d u c t . T h i s w i l l be tin only relation j i K - t w c - f i i the eompank-i . Tho glu^s c o m p a n y w i l l devote i t ; ; .attention ea- c l i i n i v f ly. to the m a n u f a c t u r e of glass I'ooil c o u t a i n e r t t ; t h e for I. W a y n e Corr u g a t e I l ' a p t r C o m p a n y w i l l conduct i i s bur;ine-ss imlepeiKlc-i I oC tho Cap. ton C o m p a n y and sock its own hVWtr for us"-n; of its p r o d u c t s iu c-xcesn of ihe r e e u i r o m e n t s of CarsUin. D e t a i l ; ; h a v o been no f u l l y complete-! ; t h a t u'orlv w i l l Ix-pin a t once t i n t h e ' construction nt tiu.« IHM.' p l a n t w h i c h ; w i l l be p u t - l i e d to car!.- completion.: The pi i n t , o c c u p y i n g a floor spaco o t ; [:,0 by ::»'i r . - u l , w i l l co.--t a p p r o x i n m t e l y .?7.0ii(i ,-UK! t l u ^ m a c - h i i i i - r y and ( H i u i p : n i ^ n t l h . i t w i l l bo tiirit.illcxl by tho c a r t o n company w i l l cost ut Ifxwt.. :?l.st».00i.i, niiiTting the to'al cost of tho i p l a n t , ready for operuUon, ot K l i g h t l y j ivioi-o I ha.n 5^-50.000. j At. r.ir: outlet tho cor-ipany w i l l i n - j i,tail one c o m p l e t e cart* n m a n u f a c t . u r - I iiif, t n i I t , w h i c h w i l l be. duplicated as j t h e business develops. About SO por- ! sous --vill b(em,ploy-ed i-.i the o.pora.tion ! of Iho p l a n t , all ot wh m expect t h e ! - u p e . r i n t c n d o n t and f o r t m o t i will b«; local people. I n the c o t u i f r u c t i o u o f ; the liuU'.liiiK i.bout 75 m j n will bo em- | ployed in various c.apacitko. K r i R i - , noers of tbe lialtimore O h i o h a v o ; i i l r e a d ; - staked out Ihe t i t l i n g . i l i t e: l a b i i H h i u L - , a p l a i t in C o u n c i l s - ; villo, ;:iiTI \-lrl u a l i y : n x t «loor to C a p s t u n , IK of itt; be.tit cuKtom-w-s, t h e . official.-, of Uie company recognized tbe a d v a n r i K C * c C o n n e l l s \ i l ! e a.-i a p o i n t for t h e location of an o.intern f a c t o r y , f r o m w h i c h t h e y c u n bolter serve customers t h a n f r o m tbo parent i'iic lory ir Kort Wayne. I i tho measure of siic'i-c*^ thai, is reasonably o.ntici- pated is reached, t l i o c a r t o n e q u i p - m e n t vill bo e n l a r g e d i-.uil e v e n t u a l l y tho ('.ei-hiioii may IKS re:iclie.l to b u i l d a p i p e - m i l l here for tb m a n u f a c t u r e of corTUKati.il board. The Fort Wayne Cor 'URute-d Paper Convpa-iy is a kniflor I n it * special H e l d . It has iimpli^ lliiaiu-Uil l u i c k i n s and IK intuuigi^l by a c u t e , a bio men who aro w « l l eifiiipped for the- s,icce.sriful con- d u c t - ) f tho b u s i n e s s . Tins Caps t a n l.'-iiiitxiny lias beor. a lari;e p u r - c U a s t r of curtonii f r o m !.tii« company for 10 years, a l t h o i i K h it ue-ver has glvt-n - t s business in t h i r i l i n e to it e x c l i u - i v e J y . The p l a n t w i l l be so laid out l.liat carton* !' ! r th-e u^e ot C ijitsUin w i l l be C a r r i e d direct from the- f a c t o r y to t!|e p;v.-kiiu: room of the- t;l;t.- ^ company by a belt l o n v e v o r . T h i s a r r a n g e m e n t w i l l sri-Jitly f a c i l i t a t e u M i p t i f n t s b y tin* Capstu'i c o m p a n y aii.l n - i l l avoid t h e lei»y^ s o m c f i u i c w r e ^ t i l t i i i K f r o m -.i-iiitlnf t w o weeks to r ( c i . : - i v o c;u-t,ins. Tho -omin'-c of the pi nit to Conn u l l v i l l » is the r e s u l t of proloii;e-d i n r i u i r y a m i n e g o t i a t i o n . , b y t h e Capt o r a w 1 ui I n i f i i : .| Tin* i m p c - n v i r n e u t and r e p a i r pro- j e C a p s t a n ' m-am a t Caps r .;.iri G l a s s C o m p a n y I K ; n p l o y r n o - n t | n o a r i i i f . c o m p l e t i o n . These i n c l u d e a n ; - n o n l l i s or j e n l a r g e m e n t o, U i e (tafl p r o d u c e r u n i t ' | and r e p a i r s to the furmu'es. l l o i h a r c ; I bciiu; jms-lipfl ,ini it is e x p e c t e d t h e y | a p f i P E ! O n £ ! ; w "l '"" ready for tis-e e a r l y !n A p r i l . ] Tin 1 a d t i t i o r a l ga.-; producer in e x p e c t e d to be c o m p l e t e d and ready for opprtiii.-m by A p r i l 1. Us cost w i l l b e ' d p w o X M n u t e t y ?;!(!,nilO. j Tbe etilar;.;( .'iifitt of i h p ;ra,s pro- j ducer e ( | i i i p m ( i i t w i l l p ! : i c c . t i n s cum- I p . i n y on an e q u a l foo'.hit; w i t l i c o i n - j p e t i t o r s i n W e » t V i r g i n i a , t h e p r e B c - n t , i r a t e i n ; - m i t u r i i l LTIIS b c i n e f r o m oS to i '·' per c e n t it excess of !lu i - o « l o f ! p r o t l u c i i i K pas on I j i e pr-rmise; ; . The ' acidili.-ui w i l l i r o v i d c a m p l e |ii.-! u t i i y | f o r the preseii' n e e d s of Capstan. · Tht: - o n c r i ' t ( work a r u l / f o i i r n l a i i V ' i i s ; is iK'iru: done J.y W i l b u r M:nlif;;iii. Tbc I st-jcl f r a m e w o r k i.s be-in; i n s t a l b - i l by j t h o C o i i n r U K v i |,-. i r o n C u n i p a n y . The « - h e ( J u l i - of f u r n a c e repair.-! h.is I b i e n c a r r i e d o u t si, c o n i p l o t t ' . y t b a t : No. i f u r n a c e . v i l l bo back in p r o d l i f - ; ; ; o u ni! M i / n d i t . n e x t a n d for p o s s i b l y ', I w o w i :i !-:s tisi- - e a f t o r l i i o fa c l o r y w i l l . ! opi.-rattnl at f u l l c a p a c i t y . At tbe o-nd (,'! th;ii p o r i o d No. :: f u r - i mice w i l l be !owii out. a n d rcpa.r;?, ; on it Burned s-o t h a t it w i l l bo ready ' f o r r e . s t u n p t i o j j aboui A p r i l I U . H u s i n e s s foi H'.'iij has s t a r t t ' d ofr j v e r y b r i s k l y . I n J a n u a r y t i n - v o l u m e j w.i.s .'-.li.ulitly l a r g e r t h a n d i i r i n j ; J a n u - 1 a r y , IJC'S, wh ch w a s ; h e i i r e v i o u s ! ,..,;(,.,,_ | record m o u t h . P r e s e n t prnspoi-.t:--, ii re ! other i l l u i 1 T-'obruary w i l l :i!.s u ii» (.)i 0 l a r f i t - i U ; i n In- i 'i'' J '"-;-;pondin-.; n i o i u h in the h i s t o r y o£ : | t h e p l a n t . i Facts and Figures Cannot F u r t h e r f a r t s \vit)i recra ~d to Iho circulation of The Courier a n d i t s local compel Lor covering tho larger towns and r u r a l - t.orrilory o u t s i d e o . O n r m p l i c v i l l f ! are shown in a. rr-porl inn do. by U a m e n d Bn sley, w h o was road mart for a l'i(.tsl"inrj |n [M?r for 10 y^ars. The papers; for Yaiulerh;!(, and Dawson are hand led Iw R. ..M. J:UiyiM'. The nport by Mr l!;iM \v shows th.n f o l l o w i n g ' circu- l a t i o n of ( h e C o u r i e r i i n c l i n local c o m p e t i t o r i n n e a r t y r n n m u m ii ie, 1 ?: Conner :MO Srof.tdale .............. M o u n t Pteasan i. l.)unba.r ................... 1'jverson ................ I r o n O t h e r Paper isr 200 ('in Go .12 Totals Archabbot Stehle Known- Here; Funeral Tuesday TOTE MACHINES LESS PROBABLE FOR THIS YEAR Corrnnissioners Drc-ide .Ygninsf; T;i.\ Increase Because of Depression. H i . Rov. A i i i - e l i m , S t e h l e , O'H il' tin- most, d i s t i n t p i i s h e d C a t h o l i c p r u . sU- ni the world, w h o diofl Wednesday u i ^ h l j iu a Pittisbut'g r o s p i t a l , was w e l l i k n o w n in C o n n f i l l s v l l l u a n d SeiHtda!' 1 | w h e r e he had a p p e a r e d on m;,i y D C - i MAY BUY SOME ON CREDIT PLAN s h m i i n t . of to s u p p l y lor Cap- · f c a r t o m : , con .-eyor. t h e i - q l l l p - in Jones Very Persistent In Quest of Facts About Donohoe 9 Mrs.Allum Says Si cci.'il to tbe ; Mil ' MAN IS FATALLY INJURED WHEN HIT BY LUMBER TRUCK CnVN, l-'*'b. ! I . A. K, .Ini-.i'.-. .··. i i.";.'. ( ;'11'jl t'.' her i h i . i t . t o u r or K\v UI-MI f . n Id pr.s: i i b l y h a v e f o n u r - i l :. i n r r d . - r j ici; p f t w i t h w i i i d j t n k i l l J a !·: Ou loh'.e. Mi':. (.lloii!) A l U i i n t o l d tile c o r n n o v ' K j u r y t h i s i i f t e r i n . i t . i n w l i p n '.In- n i u r d o r i n - i'llH-.-U w a s t ' o r i t l u i t c r l i i ; l ' i ! c u u r t r o u i n in c h a r g e of Dr. S. /. Ivvery t i m e she w-sit to Mr otlice t o PI; u t i ; a 1 r m l t t o hu:;baiul, t h f r i i i n tlio c o u n t y jr A l i u m t.es!.ifl( t | , t h e s : p ' - : ; t i l pi'i t l i l e s t i o i i i ' i l l i t - : ' a b o u t , t h e n i u r d e i - cur'.*. At one j i e s t f i i t h a t Kin/ s o t jrei. d o w n on h e r knpc"i H e s s ! o t e l l w h o k i i l l - d otiicer, t i n - wilrn.-ss w ; - i i l . At the he: 1 i n n in;; of t he titUi day's probn, Coroner R a t t K w a r n - ' r i tin-- c r o w d p r e « e i ! t a i c a i n s t any dc-monsi rat i o n , |io:it.:n.', out t t n t I hi-' lip.s-.:ive:-- held til'.' HHlTii-' a t i t h o r l t y in a c rciu;r"s c o t i r i . a u l.Hoy ( l i d in ;i re;-,ul;i f l f .ill U t SCI:. Mrs. A J I t i m i-.aid hot- umn'.i w l . i r t T ' r ,. )!ii!t/. J o n e s ' ct- h e r ' i , Mr.-i. --e - i i M r i '01 ohoe ,lm CM s u g . W"': * ""'I ; u i d b -v; M r ; - . e .--police -.rnrt Rufus C. Brown Of Vanderbilt Ends Hij; Life y e a r s i- as .S: 20 a I n i l l e l i n t o i t i s at ' Hiifn.s C. Brown, colored ! o l d . a harlver at VaiuterSiii ; years. couirnittel suicide '· o'clock t h i s m o r n i n i j by ' i r i i from a .'J- c a l i b r e revol-it- bead, t M r o w n . one of the les!-t t o w n col- orei.i rusidoiits of th» Tri-T w n Coui' m u n i t y , art). u e and sal d o w n in a c h a i r in his bedroom, l i e took tl: i ant! lired a b u l l e t b e h i n d h i s i Death was I n s t a n t a n e o u s . .' f o u n d h i m m l t i n s oroct i u i dead whe-u notified. · Brown had nvmlod a.t th Mrs. John West ever sinco. in t i i a t c o m m u i i i t y . lie w; i c.ian and p l a y e d a tub;! i t tho old i colored band of Vamlerbi t, Union, town and Scottdale, | It was said t h a i B r o w n lad been i tloapoiulent a b o u t throe w u c i s. H-) had boon in ill health. j !li in survived by a b r o t l i - e r , C. S. i B r o w n of F r a n k f o r t , Ind., a i . ' l i .siater, ' Mrs. M a u d e Maylo of Zanes' ille;. Ohio. i The body w i l l be Shipped to Xanes- . v i l l o by KunoraJ Divoctor G u l l - c l y . Sp«H;iat t u Tl:« C o u r i e r . L'MC),\TO\V:;, Feb. H. -Knock l o w u by a l u m b e r t n i u k into which he, K t u m h l e d d u r i n s ; i s n o w s t o r m late yeti- terday near the A t l a s erot-»;ing, ojitjt of U n i o i U o w n , Kal])h JhV-dochio, a l i a s R a l p h Trcuky, 19, of Oliver No. 1, d i e d I.':ii8 morniiiK in tho t J n i o n t o w n Hot;- pltal. His i i k u ' 1 had bee,n crushed. Charles Thompson of C h a l k M i l l , d r i v e r of. I h o l u m b e r I r u c i k , comiii.t; west on the Nu i o n a l P i k e , t o l d oliU:oT« t h a t i t was o v i i U M i t . t h a t t h e v i c t i m had boon bliiuhxl b;' tlio snow, l i e walked tip Iho b r a n c h of t i n - H i i i t inton; Ohio R a i l r o a d w h i c l - crosses t h e p i k e ami i stepped f r o m ' Secretary JordoE *IT«H fi i n i? Will Speak cusnciay AttheU.P.Cbrch l i n r k f c d on the south n U b « of way ne:jr a Ka: o i i u e u l a t i o n . The d r i v e r i . f the t r u c k i , rovolver '' l"' o m ftly to t h - i ri.thl Lo avoid r i g h t ear. i ci(le " L Fwlf^'''" 1 vvu« H l r u c l c u t h o r i f i o s tho cbuir (.!. J o r d a n , Sccrohiry - f A g r i in t h e C a b i n e t o f ( r i v e r n o r ii'isber, w i l l s p e i i k .it I b e · ' r i ^ v b y i i - r i i n i ( . ' ) ! u i i - l i S u n d a y ni. 11. o'clock. Kov. Cie-irs;* 1'. I v r u p i i , t h e pastor, a n n o u n c e d t o d a y . . iJr. J o r d a n is \ v o l l k n o w n in I ' - . ' n i i K y l - b r - h i u d one of t h r e e car« ! V [ U ) J a ,.,,,. , |isi ev;ulK);1 |. lt i, : wor | ; | {e J 3 Fir. C. c till lire J o h n H. U n i t e d morniiift- hotne of 10 located ; a miuji- a m i n i s t e r of t h e f r e s b y t e r i t t n I ' l i i i r c . h . For m a n y y e a r n be luis been O I U O J I K i w e r v i x l ti U ; r e g u l a r Kpealtors HI t l i e W i n o n a tho (it:- j Lake 1-iiblc c o n f e r e n c e s . He has also by t h e . - l e c t u r e f l e x t e n s i v e l y at. C l i u u t a u n u a . the t r u c k ami knocked so in c o n n e c t i o n w i t h his de-pM-tment i v i o l e n t l y to the concrete* highway t h a t ; he ia d i r i H a i n g tho erection ol the hid H l u l l was .'raefured. I f a r m product,-! buildin; The t r u c k s t r u c k i) pole at the side, of the pike in alien a m a n n e r i« lo lo.se tho load f pouts. A ball' doy.t-n postis f e l l on i h e roar of a m a i - h i n e o w n w l by Charles Franz ot ] lop wood and s l i g h t l y da iiagod it. Patrolman Winters of thr .state IT.ishway Patrol witnessed tho acci- d e n t . J l a declarc-tl that the d r i v e r of the, car was not I n any way responsible f o r t h e f a t a l i t y . C . t J t h r i t * A l i u m . w i f e o f G K ' i i u A l l u i t i , a m i ;i re-Hli'lenl of Wa.^hintrton. !'a. She- never k n o w J o h n Donoho^ id a l l , she f i i i d . rrrvssed by Dr. Ball'/, a* w h a t h e r h u a l M w l h a d l o J i t hc-r. ,MrH. A l l u r n r o p l i e d t'iiiit h e l i a r ] I n f o r m e d h e r ( H a l rionohm- a n d C o u n t y Det.cc'.ivt 1 U o w n in;. 1 - had COIIH over to AV":i:iii;n.g'ton soniotinn* in J f i n t i a i ' y . 1023, to .·-·.(xv if C i l e n n would come to work for Donohoe. There w o u l d be no t r o u b l e , anil e v e r y l h i n s w o u l d lx t a k e n care of. M r s . A l i u m HU,!d (.ilorin w;i.s t o l d . Siibi-.enuentiy, s n i d ,Vi-. A l i u m , h e r !iii--lKHit! c.'un to K a y p t t o county and went to work tor Donohoo, t n a n u f u c - uir.ns iTKXMinhinc- He was not ein- ployed by 1'ionohoo ;il tb* t i n n k of tin; i n u r f l e r . b a v i n s I-e-ft b i i n a b o u t M a r c h , she siiiii. A M l s e r l a b o u t the j a c k p o t , · Mr;;. A l I t l m dechir^i!: "All I k n o w is whjit ilr. JODI--I; t o l d m-e. He ( ^ l r . .lon«s) H n i i l if w a w ix«- stblo for f o u r or l i v o men 1*. !-'o aljoad * o u t i n u c - * j 4)n I'ago Hix. ; P. AW.Va. Branch Line in Washington County Is Approved By U n i t e d Preen. YVASHTNOTON, Feb. VI.--Tho Interstate Commerce Commission today authorized tho P i t t s h u r g West. V i r g i n i a R a i l w a y Company to b u i l d a six-milo b r u n c h l i n o i n Washington county. Pa. . The Hm w i l l oxte-nd from a point. n the P t t l M b i i r g fk Wont V i r g i n i a ' s Connell.svilks extension near its cr-»=.s- iAiK of Pisiwu c-.ree.k to a point, of t;ou- mctian. with tlte Don'ora it Soutborn H i i i l r o a d ne.ar the M o n o i i R a h e l a Hivei. His most, recent visit to this l o c a l i t y was a year u.go vbon ho atfe.n led a Relr-ibration at Scoltdale., m a r k i t K the r.Oth anniveTsary of the pastorr.te of t h e Very llev. M. A. Uimbiiig .-.t tbe St. John iho Baptist C h u r c h . A b o u t thre years ap;o Arcl abbot S t e i i l e was at Scotldale. p r o a c h i i g t h n sermon in commemoration o. t h e g o l d e n anniverfiary of Father La.n'bing in t b e priesthood. On many occasions prior to that A r c l i a b b c t Ste-hle assisted I-'ather Lambing in s i n g i n g mafis, partlc U a r l y d u r i n g period;; when tliere was no ass i s t a n t priest at. St. J o h n ' s C h u r c h . T h i s was w h i l e 6c wna ia his early p r i e s t h o o d daj-a. A r c h a b b o t !it«hle assisted a- two C o n n e l l K v i l l e cbttrchcn, t b u ImTJiacul- atf C o n c o p f i o i ; in Kaat Crawfon avenue ami St. .lohu the K v a n g e l i s t on t h e \Vc-Bt Hiclo. I t w a s d u r i n ; : t h e pastorates of Rov. J o h n T. B u r n s at tin 1 former c h u r c h and K K V . iv K. G c l h o f f at the, l a t t e r c h u r c h t h a t C y n t i n u e d on Page St.x. In River Associatitiii M;i : b r h ^ C P r a n k It. i t ! the p u r p o s e of w h i c h is to B t i m u l a t c : iHtore.-it and p r o m o t e education In better f a r m s and b u t t e r crops. I U is also a- p r a c t i c a l f a r m e r a n d his f.irm of 1 m o r e tlmn 1.00 acres at V o l a n t , is con- d u c t e d n ml or bia poi-sonal ; . n p e i - v ; s i o n . 1.1 u is a man who is I n t e r e s t e d ia every piiu.se ot p u b l i c w e l f a r e . Ur. J o r d a n w i l l come t.o H p u u k in the i n t e r e s t of l a w i'Ul'on.x'iiuni. and TWO AUTOS SKID INTO CAVE-IN; ONE DRIVER IS INJURED ·ill'.; had the g r e a t e s t bers who h a v o paid, their fH'K Y o i i K h i i K h e n y Kivor tm.provon.K-' K o c i a t i o n , il. W:IH imide k i u n v n f day u f g h t a . t i h e d i r e c t o r s incut \\Vst Newton. F r a n k I*. W'Vikcr w.j.s ac praise for h a v i i K - c socurod tho 1 n u m b e r of im-mbership.s in -;j.ny i T i u n i l y v / l i i c h i s i n t e r e s t e d i n m o v i M i i e n l I n havo the YougJiio liivx-r d o v e l ' i p e d ^o t h a t n a v i ; w i l l be ixxsiiililf. .Air. Welkor ;ii has lifH.-ured !.".!' persons. I n c i i N ' Air. W l k e r wa.s tli-). i n d i v i d i n i l suggeate*J to tlio Board of Tr;u one of its interosl group HKH that tho Youu'h j)roj-oct bo pusln. 1 There already arc- Kit) nvembi tho association and spirited c a m ] aro u n d e r w a y in all of tho loc: c o n t i g u o u s to the fit ream. It was pronoKod but uot acted definitely that aopurato u n i t s bu od In the various c o m n n i u i t i - s . Among the speakers wan Mr. V l i n , Sittervillo banker, who is a tor of file N a t i o n a l K i v o r a and bon CoiiforetH-o, ro]reBenting V ou Kh i tig h en y A. c aoc i at.km. Stat« Senator Mans-fiold of Me port plo-'lgwl STiO for , r iO niembc-: in the a.KsociiUion as r u p r o s e n t i i " M c K i ' e K p o r t D a i l y News, of wbi is t h o w n e r . Pre-Hidc-nf C. N. ot tho .u.sHOciation and hea-d o Firwt. N a t i o n a l Bank of McK«? plelsi v d .-flit) foi- 30 membor« foi bank. If w a n brought out that UK Keesport C b a m l M t r of Com-emrc beou very libora.1 in support t niovoinent and pronUwed still fi l i b e r a l i t y as tho neo-ds may ar'se m i n i n Hull As' l i t i r K - ng tit ordorl com- th3 j :;botiy i a t i o u i r r i a d y I n a l l y ·' who ! e it | Ling;;, i. rs in a i g n s i-iitie.s upon iorin- r a n k - Hrec- I l a r - tlHi Kc-es- w h i p s K tlHl :h he i-b.-iw, I tho ; sport, t h e ! Me* has f the r t l i m - MISS ELIZABETH HODGE OF ALYEKTON DIES .\FTER BEING STRUCK WI AUTO EVANGELISM CAMF'AIGN WILL CLOSE-TONIGHT LOCAL ROTARIANS GUESTS OF CLUB !. I " 'J'he Kob. w o u i d 'iiipauy. tbe do.s ro n n f a c t o r y w i t h ;tn ei-it.ibl ion ;inl h a v i n s j ; t i i i . - i l i t . i e ^ »· .m ca!ei- t h a n t h e - n.-r C a i ' - l a i i . 'I ii i re h;w on l i i o pal"; ot C a p s t a n to e J i ' l o t ! l i e i d . a l . i m u i r h o j r p o r - · n c h :s p l a n t ;. i.i'Ui:-, 1 SCOTTDALK. beth Hodt;e, UT years h o m e a l A l v e r t o n t h i s i n j u r i e s roooivcd \vheit sli bv a n a u t o n u . ' b i l " . M I S H t ' o u r l 1''. old, dice! at mor; ins f r o m v as rs!fuck I I xljre war- n ; waikiti.u filoii 1 .;' the :-oa 1 '. ear her l i i n i e svlicn run d o w n o..i J; n u a r y "Ii. \t t h e time, it was not hoi evc-ti her i n j u r y was serimi-:. Miss H o t l K e was a d:ui-:U i a i e .lames N . a n d K H n o r .M vi-!-t'.;i. She is s i i r v i v o d '-i-.u r, .Mrs. S. I'!. Kc y n o l d . - j l . i i i i - L - ;i-;u! Civ-, 1 b r o t h e r . * : Sin U u l f - i L i l c . K. l.i.. 1). S. of K !.. S , of f t u h ; e r , S. A. ol' -Su I i . ; i ; i ( i K .1. of A l v e r t i i t . l-'o- I" y e m s M i s s Mod m e m i i e r m" t l r t t i d v i i . w ( , ' h t i r i rodu c' .'i! 8--i'l U l a l e and A l v i r r o n . !!i"inbcr of t i i e \\'. C. P, C j Tin'- ovaiiK-oli j r r o l e : ; t a n t chut j b r o u g h t to a oloae t o n i g h t . si far as Ihe u n i o n Or'p, e is concenicd. The worker.-; w i l l feather at 0 o'clock a t ^ ! iH!-; i-Hi^a- ; T r i n i t y L u t h e r i i u Churcb. 'Diiiiit'i- w i l l be served at l:.:0. j At in o'clock workers arc, to r e t u r n j | t o t h e c h u r c h f o r t h u f i n a l r e p o r l s . j j Tho m e e t i n g is open to tho p u b l i c j and everyone it; i n v i t e d . A c c o r d i n g t o t h o i n c o m p l e t e f i g u r e s read last e v e n i n g by Hev. Uayiinoiul U r u k k e r of ['itts-bnrjv, the d i r c o t o r , tlio t o t a l of person-i a l l l l i i i t i i i K - tlifrmsolv-es w i t h t l i o c h u n Ii \V«N L ' l H , w h i c h i n i - l u d c d 7!1 r e p o - t e d for t l i e o v e n i i i f t . Kor some, cl.'i.re.lies, l n ' c a n s e of b a c k H f l I I . o f - I c a l l s r.eceHti;ir it, was n:ii| to he c v i n t . dlii!. | d c i u t h e canip:ii.;;n c o u l d n o t b e clus"il t l i i s we.-k. I)in-;:t.cir D r u k k e r lii(lic.a(..rj t h a t I!! it WL-rt- r l l o w e i l to d r o p w i t h o u t all prospects b.'Sn;; c a n v a K s e d it m u s t . be r o i i M d o r e d it fail'un 1 . The wcl..V. drivi. 1 , IK.- M.aii.1, s h o u l d j u s t lie a s t a r t . ,J. K. M u r p h y , 21!, of Seottdale, \fcas scratched and shaken up w h e n IHH automobile skidded and overturned at the foot of B u l t o r m o f f t h i l l on Uie Counollsvillc-Scdttdalc road noar Poplar Greve. s h o r t l y a f t e r m i d n i g h t . Tho road was very t r e a c h e r o u s o w i n g to a l a y e r o-t tee- Mr. M u r p h y was t a k e n to the Con- riellsville Stale H o s p i t a l w h e r e his i n A TTI nMnr iraf T- A f \ -ixinn Juries were drusspd. A g i r l c o m p a n i o n AT Ml . PLEAANT escaped i n j u r y . The machine l e f t the road on the curve niut f u m b l e d over i n t o tho old mine c a v e - i n . Tho car was b a d l y damaged. Al'Ujr h a v i n g hiss i n j u r i e s dressed, M r . M u r p h y w e n t home. A n o t h e r motorist, d r i v i n g behind M u r p h y , had a n a r r o w escape f r o m i n j u r y w h e n h i s machine; a t n o s k i d d e d on the ice and w o n t i n t o tin; depression almost a I. i h e sann; H p o l . · ART GLASS WINDOWS * AT CATHOLIC CHURCH HEARING COMPLETION I PMONTOWN, Feb. IA,-- Fared w i t u t h e proposition oi' adding- a h a l t m i l l in the c o u n t y taxes or doing w i t h o u t vol i n g niaeliiii'is, the c o u n t y c o m m i s s i o n - ers t o d a y (loctdod ;i gainst, I. ho machine:; for t h i s year, although a loop- holo stii'l exfets wheroby a certain, n u m b e r of. machines can b* boupht OH credit and paid for tlie next year. If these* mfK-.hiiH's are ordered tlioy w i l l be placed in U n i o n town and Conn-ells-v i l l e . At a conference* with County C o n - t r o l l e r Alex Duncan the nommission - ·or.s today (io-cid-ed against any fax Increase. The milh'ge is n o w I I a n d w i l l remain al: f h ; i t t i t j u r c . " \ V o h a v o people coming in-l.o tlii.; office e x o r y day absolutely in distress-;, a.sking for oxtoji.sion of lime to pay t h e i r U!x;i," dfsclar;] Corniniis.'Xirjner ( i i H i r g e W. Hibbs. " U n d e r tho condition wo w i l l nor, add a n y luxes t o t h o burdens already imp-ose-il," said l l i h b w . "Of tlio milhtge already laid prac- t i c a l l y Si; p-er cent S oe.s out. for iix«-l charges. Tlio present mi 11 ago w i l l jiiK,t m a i n t a i n (he r u n n i n g expenses of the c o u n t y for the year. Kv-en moro i m p o r t a n t than vol ing machines is tho -present dlstrosswMl c o n d i t i o n of our people, i n c l u d i n g many b u s i n e s s :u-: well as waf.;.e earners. "If wo can work out a. scheme, whereby wo can. secure tho machines for Union town or O o u n e l l s v i J l e by May next wo will do so. I t inu.n bo done, however, without a d d i n g f u r t h e r to tho tax bill of. tho people." Saturday a f t e r n o o n all tax c o l l e c - tors w i l l hold a m-Botint; in thu larirn courtroom to disouss way.s a m ) moan.-, for c.olir-ctiou. The collectors report, t h a t tax b i l l s ' are harder to coUeci. I his year I ban evor before, wi.iti less money i n the c o u n t y evident ( h o y m u s t r-Hui-ii to the county troasiiret- ail tax bills not. paid by .May I, n e x t , u n d e r t h e ftrHiKenf. U-rroH of the new law. T h o u s a n d s ol" d o l l a r s re-main uutstandia?. TWO ACCUSE EACH OTHER OF MURDER OFMELVINHORST WUOSTKR, Ohio, Feb. 14.--Counter a c c u s a t i o n s of the m u r d e r of M e l v i u Horn were hurled at in-ch o t h e r by. Ctiarle:, I t a n n a n of' Woop.ter and Karl- Conoid of OrrvilUj- here today. Kaeii man blamed the other for t i n . K i u y l i i K w h o n fliey met f,-u:o to fa-,. in l'roei-mor M a r i o n Graven'* oini- I'or the l i r s t l i m e .sinco their laliwl ar re:-'.. S p e c i a l Pro.wcttlor Wall/-!M o u d u y . however, de.clrired the o n l j t h i i i f t a u t h o r i t i e s helie-vo of tho :*titc- m o u t i.s i.hii.i M o l v i n was H l u . i n by one of the two men. Tho Ixiy d i s a p p e a r e d suddenly more than a year a;;o. " W h o r e M e l v i n ' s body is wo 'haven't. the slightest idea," Moutloy said in a f o r m a l K t a t t w n e u t to. lit) aewspapor m u n f o l l o w i n g the dramatic, sc-enc ou (j raven'.s ollie.e. Conold'H stuto.ment eamo suddonly a f t e r hours ot! s t e a d y g r i l l i n g in which he denied k n o w i n g a n y t h i n g about tho "us boy. ·r 01 uie l U x l f ^ . s i . r ' i by ,..,-,,! j of 1 ' i t t s - i i l h ! Il ill' ( ! i -MOUNT I'LKASANT, Vob. 14.- Lust u f s h t was C o n n u l l s v i i l e ' M n i g h t a t t h o K-otary (.'lni d i n n e r . The vi.-.it.or,s wern ontortained at tho Ni'.tional I-l-otcf, w i t h covtn-K l a i d for (i!J. T h i w b e i n g C o n n e l l r f v i l l e ' s n t o r l l n f ? , U h a d ' c h a r g e of this p r o g r a m . Attorney , J. K i r k K e i H i o r of C o n n o l l s v i l l o w a s the .spoaker of ( l i t ! evevln/.;, his subject b e i n g " A b r a h a m L i n c o l n . " G r a n t Meyer.i led in prayer. Then.: was group s i n g i n g a n d music by 1ho C o u n o l l K v l l l e octet. Mist Sara liornor wa.' soloist for th( evening, accom- ,puai'd by Miss Violet Mi.-Cloy. Juincs II. IIiiHii'' Dies, J a m e s I f . H a g u e , l i f i j - I o n g r o s i t l o n t ot l - ' a i r c h a n c c , died 'J'lnr.-sday in tho Somerset s a n i t a r i u m . SMEDLEY BUTLER'S As a part, of the r e n o v a t i o n an 1 im- ! i p r o v e m e n t w o r k at the hnnuH u l a t o ' j Conception llonian Catholic C l - t i r c l i , , art glass window.s are b e i n g i i i K t i l l u d . This w o r k s h o u l d be comple.fi d in about two weekK. It was said t h a t the art win low.s, i m p o r t e d f r o m . M u n i c h , U e r n i a u : , rc- p r u s u i i t an e x p e n d i t u r e of l i e i w c e i i $S,!K)0 and $!).oni). They i n c l i K ( ; 17 w i n d o w s a n d f o u r sections f o r t h e transoms. All of tin: '.vintlowK i i tlie church are being replaced. W i t h i n t h e iiexi. f i x m o n t h s t l i e i n - t e r i o r of the edifice w i l l be red-ei o r a t }ed, t i e c o r d i n g .o amumemeni.--: u t the | j.ireBeuf t i m e . j llev. K u t h e r l l o n r y G e i b e l i.s j u s t o r j of I h e c h u r c h a n d Rev. F a t h e r Kd- | tiitnid Hhcedy i s - 1 1 m assistant pa, tor. ! SECRETARY BENSON INJURED SEVERELY IN AUTO ACCIDENT LANCASTER, Feb. 14.--Benson 1C. T a y l o r , .secretary of Property and Supplies in the Cabinet of Governor Johti S. Fusii-ei-, was severely injured in an a u t o m o b i l e accMe-nt at U o c k l y n on Hie ITorKCHhoo j i l k o , iif-iir hcM-e, today, F r a n k St.. C l u i r . chief of the. bureau of eiiKiiif.'c-ring and con.v,fruction, who was riding- w i t h Taylor, U!KO wae injjured. Tho n e r i d c n t occurred w h e n Taylorki car i;kkided on (ho ice. TT "SfT t 1 ihe Weather ami i Clotuly and i n n c l i c o ' - r U ' r '· S a t u r d a y c l o u d y is tin; noon ; forecast for \ V e s t ( r u I ' e u t i ^ y l 1 M r . - . I r e i u : d : n i t r e i l a s t ·:' .'eniiii i i i l " s:r;!!..-, l - J i - v - . p i t a l .\!;M-V Kins' of IU 1 tii-e-cl was adiiatted of 1'hinbar w . t s t o t h e ( " o n n e l l - - · for i r r - i i t m e n t . S o u t h Pro-poel thid B.v U r i i t o u 1'rcai. M I N K K A I . . U'ICLLS, Texa*. Feb. 1-1. --The f u t i l e a t t e m p t ol' a n a u t o m o b i l e d r i v e r t o k e e p f r o m b i d i n g a f o n r - yi::tr-old (;irl as she r a n across the Bankead h i g h w a y cos( t h e l i v e s of Lite c h i l d a n d t h r e e o t h e r p e r s o n s today. T h e a u t o m o b i l e c r a s h e d head i n t o a n o t h e r m a c h i n e u s I h o d r i v e r swerved i i w a y f r o m i lie c h i l d . The d e a d arc H o r a c e B u t l e r , .'!!'. l i a s t l a n d , Tex., b r o t l u - r ol' O e n e r a l S n i e d l c y I.'. U u t l o r ; C ' a r r i c L/cc- M a y , d a i i K h t C i ' ol' M r s . J T n i . - i M a y . a i ; f l ;\Iv. i t r i f l Ml'.". I v i w i i-iu-e l i e i - i i i K . ' , - V l i r . c r u l W c t l b . Dick Low Bidder On Cambria Road l I A K K l . S B t ' l U . ! , Feb. 1-1.- ·Com-tnu;- tion of a p . n r o x i t n a t e l y ."-J niile.s o ' imp r o v f i ! h i s h w i i y is proposed i - i ,lri j projects on w h i c h t i n ; State- H i f ; i w a y .DepLiruin.'itl. o j i c n c d bid: 1 , t o i i a y . f'rojoe.ls a u r l I h e l o w b i d d e r s i n -.Slid C a m b r i a c o u n t y , ri2,(i!'.n feo.t. - o u t :J;M, D e n n i.iur.1 Hi.'i'il t o w n s h i p a n d i i Asliovillf boi-oiiivh, J. i. D i c k . I - c o l t - ! ' dale-, $-It .ViV u. .Hiss |{nfciiii) HI. Mr.-. A n t o n u i f l i i f i i n o r e i n r n M l yos- U r r U i y f r o m t h e Traehrr!-;' f ' o |.···:··-, I n d i a n ; ! , w i t h hor ( h i r i K l i t o r , Mis:- M « r - g a i e i , who in ill w i t h ua-in. I .Sjt-li'i 1'iivlntr Kilt. U M O N T O V V N , Feb. l.|. -- W i l l h u n A. c o n t r a c t o r ot: South I'nlou · t o w u . - i l i i p . t i . d a . v o n t « r t d s u i t n g i i i n s t ! S o u t h H r o w u K v i l l e m r e c o v e r JH,001.2G, t i h - u n j i a i d l.vilanre of a paving bill I !u-e him f o r w o r k .on .lar.kuou siree-i, u.-xtt-udiit.n f r o m S i i a r j y u v e n i i « t o n e a r . S V o l f o r d ' a ni:l!. T|-,(.- t o t a l b i l l w.-v-i for ; ¥M,:M:J.i.r:.' and oi t b i » s u m t h e borough I l i a d , p a i d f l i i . t i S I . V i ; o n r u - r o n n t , Mr. i I )v,'cn H t a t t ' i ' , A t d i r n e y K l i n e Pit-*. C H K K X S I . H J l i C , f.'eli. 14,--Kilas A. K l i n e . K.'i y r . a r s o l d , t r i e oldest rnciu- bor ol' i i t r \ V c s t m o r ' ] r \ n ' C o M n t y Oar A t - y o c i a t i o r i -and for fid y e a r ^ oTio i»£ mainstay,'-, of t j i o 1'J.- ] .r. w r :j t i f p a r l y \Vi' v :-tmoi i - l ; i . i i r ) c m i n * - r i i J : l \Viti!!:H,-lay n i g l n . l l o vas t-|^ct(M| vii'iorti.ev iu liTV

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