The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 14, 1930 · Page 11
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February 14, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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·5V Second Part Pages 11 to 20 VOT,. 28. NO St. Fifteen Steam Shovels nt W o r k Hetween Hoaoncrnholn aud Scottdale. i i WORK ON TUNNEL i WELL UNDER WAY I'lTTSIU HG. I'Vb M.--Twcho n lie-, t tr:i(l have l-fvi laid o n l l m e x t e n - t-ion f.t' the P i t t a b u r B * V\ est V i i i ; i i i l i i | f U i i l r o a d l i o n i C o ' h r a i i h M i l l IP Coni H l h M l l ' " nid pi m i n e and i niu'reto \ ' o r l \ is ( o m p l v t e d to a p o i n t near t l m ' ^ outr)»ofhoii\ R i j e r , w h e n a 1.iOO- ! v) f I n l i n e ] IK be! T i lor«l. .icrori'iUK ' M . m i n i u m «. im-nl ot 11 11 Temple, j c h i p ' e n g i n e e r c *"' the/ road Th^ con t r a c t nr., are using 15 steam ' · hovels on t h " la- s t r e t c h ol 17 miles' i nrier contract f ont thp- Y n t i e b l o ^ h - , c r i j l i n e r to a point nettr Seottdaie. U'ork hat-, been u tdor w.iy for home; t me on t h e t i t i . n o j Work on the do'ible-docli hrklpe the i ' m e r u a n Bridre. Company is building acrost, the MonuiiKahela Kivev at B e l l e ' V ernon is Uo\v but the long KUH)1 j l - o - f l ^ s are n c n r i n i ; completion. Tho re la* bot'ii no ce-it-n ion of work on t h e , e v ( e n ion d n r i i i K 1 it 1 w i n t e r monthc | T\\f proposal of the raUroad to dis- pontirtuo Us pa."-^eiic;pr service through ' fin Avella d i ' U i i c t . is to have a heai-| i IK Tioxt Wednesday lit V l t t s b u r g be- 1 fore the Public 1 Se 'vice Coiiunit-fiion of t i e friat*;. Stiom opposition to t h o , proposal h«is developed in that sec-1 t on. About 1"() residents of A v u l l a ' have organued and employed an a t - t */rney to represent their inttresits at | ·no hearing. Sues Clubman Mate WABASH RAILROAD TAKES FIRM STAND UNIFICATION PLAN After three years of marriage Mrs. Catherine Stcae, above, u tuhig her 1 asban, Joseph 1U Stone, wealthy Chi ago clubman, for divorce. She cSiarge* he was jealous, irritable, disagreeable and nine ether- ad. ectrves. She ·was 16 and Stone »5 when they were main led. \V VSIIINGTON, Feh. 14.--Proposals n? tho I n t e r s t a t e "oTiimorce CommiK- ·v on t h a t a p p l n a t i o n s ol railroads n w p e n d l n s foi consolidation of L - u i i k svstpms br withdrawn were b n i s l n d .i.sidT bv William IT. Will i a m s , chairman of the board of the; V abash Katlroari, in a letter to I t ' i i a r l e t 1) M.(.halite, finance director o/ the e o m m i i M o n MahiHlf had su 'cccsted to the Balt i m o r e f- Ohio, the- Chesapeake \ C i h i u . and t h e VV''bash railroads and ' the Delaware Hudson Company H i a t the-v \vilhd r a - v their unification p-u^vam^ in viow nt the subsequently it sued THREE WITNESSES IN SOMERS1EF RING GRANTED PAROLES f-'ol 1 ! -- Iliirrj Watkins o£ I/igonwr, Frw k Kendra of! I^airoibo and tVoorge I t irtrxsll of Ldgo- nier wrc och placed n probation in tho United States coin for two years by Judge F. P. Schoom 'ikor ye-slorduy aft-er th-ey had eritercx p)vas of fruilty to violation of th« n Uon.il prohibition act and main tab ing a common consolidatioa plan of tho c o m - j nuisance iu a restaur nt at Iloovera- Later t h j commission made v ille. Th« true bill 5p, -ihod that thoj- onblic a formal pi m oC procedure for had sold flvo ounccjs o: luiuor on August 3, 1029, and gjit days Later .void throe dTinks 1 also was i ot the proposal, Wlll'ams indicated that! forth in tho Indlctmen that. Uio pla:o the Wabash did i ot Intend to with- wo* raided by dry HP -nt., on August di-aw its plan and said It was tho in- an, ItiliO, jincl liquor w; i seized. N n t i o n "lo continue negotiatlonH r-ad / begtm" and lo amend its c.ition as promptl · us negotiations aid developments admit in order to rreot tho reauirenents of the com- ae ission. The first of th* roads to reply to H! at- witnesws rlnr the recent cotiuty boo/o Iron Bridge The three men tostifi for the Oovorninent di trial of t h o Sonrur^ot pint cano in which fori ler Judge John A Borkev and othorw .v^ro fo\ind ii'.L ginlty. Watkins WAS named in the true bill as having b -en ono of tho plotter 13 to violate^ tiie dry act but ho not lasted as a del m d a n t . IRON BRIDGB, TM). 1-1--Mrs,. Harry McConnell and d a u g h t e r s attended the ftmoral of t h e i r ,;rundmoU»er, Mr«. Aatouia 13. O o v v a U k i , at the Polisli Catholic. C h u i c h a Kver.snti on Mon-' dtiy triornlng. Into ·ment took place in · St. JohnW e e m o t e r v O. K. Wojiirtr nn Hie hard Patton o f ' Siottdalc were- call M'S hero on Sunday attcrnoon. Mr. and Mis. f . oyd Johnston and rtpughter, Clara, ol M o u n t Pleabant ai d Mr. and ftlrn. CJeortjo ICIuhur of U,i\\son were Sunday fruest.- ol' Mrs, Al Hon Crosby and family. M138 Kthel iNn\ oinor and Ml»-s B rnic'c 1 ' Cox and foi other, Merle, all o C ' Connc-llsvlllo were ntro Katnrd«y w i t h ' !M «s .Newcomer'^ u n c l e and a u n t , M i . ard Mi*. Oarfiekl M i l l e r and sister, M sa Ilaiol Now con er. HiON BanxtK. lVb. 14 -Mrs. F i a n k Ilinos ot S c o t t c l a l e was lieu* V/i-dnosday w i t h hi r parents, Mr and M - Albert B a r i d j i n t r and sistoi, Mrs. Cl arlei Snyder. lo.5ph Chi istnt'i of Wooddale was a caller lu i e n fr c-iuls Mr. mid Mrs 1 K i ucl*i Oabtrco and ",'hlldieu iiid WesU'y iio\\ v , all of S c u l t d a l e . \ \ u e hci * Sunday w i t h Mr. Ci.ifotivo.'b m o t h e r , Mrs. l,i//ip Crab- 11 K' and f a m i l v Mi.-is Batiic'( .\ti Icr w a « in Mount. PI Msant Monday v i t h the t.'unlly ol h e r a u n t , Mia. C \V M s c r s Mr. .mil M I H \ \ i l h a n i V a l u e a n d da'islUor. H e t t v o 1 " V i i r n u p p a . Mr. and M, s A l b e , t K u i a u ' and c ' L U d i e i i of Mrs PICTURE EXfflBF OPENS FEBRUARY 17 ATCONFLIENCEHIGH lUICNCK, I'M) 1 4 -- D u r i n g tha v»«e-K ot February 17 i i 21! ,a p i c t u r e ro 1 lot t km w i l l be o'n linplay at tho high .sohfvol "Those \\ 10 saw tho exhibit last year \ \ i l l w nt to ,suo tlnti OIK'." t h e a n n o u n c o r n e i t r-uls, "he- CHIHO moot ot tho pi tures are dlf- i'erent. Those who nr isel last year w i l l not want to miffr a ain." A famuli admission V.M1 be charged! to provide udditionol p cturea tor t h o j bchool. On Filday of the earn week patrons day will be observed ' Patrons aro urged to vieit tho ech o1«, eapocially d u r i n g tho fofeuoon t observe tho regular work in Mio last.rooniK. A program will b« provu od d u r i n g tho amoiiR u t L o r n o o u in Uie aiulttoi turn. CONNELLSVILLE, PA., FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1930. TWENTY PAGES. ».' 0 B, T 0 It A T E D National Biscuit Co. Product* 1INEEDAS, 12 Boxes 49c J J O D A 8 , 3 Lb. Box 44a i J U T T f i - R W A F E R S 33c P R E M I U M S O D A S 17c Start today to buy the Penn Store way. Joir the many thrifty people who come from miles around to buy their groceries at wholesale. If you want to save bring your orders to the Penn Stores--Lowest Price Grocery Stores. La Premiata Macaroni Spaghetti Sea Shells 10i Lb. Box 95c Wlu-ii purr ha si nv; Ma i a- roni 'r Spaghetti i n s i s t on hii I'rcnuata, not o n l j because It i*« fhi 1 best hut liecaiitM 1 it K a Coniiellsville product. \\m B GUM, 4 Packs 1Oc ·-V.V -fjmROLL- + BUTTER '' _ARDffl CREAM CO. OMAHA-KANSAS CITY-BEG MOINES TTK ^.^ojro^o^^rjyy^^fgHy^ WEDGEWOOD BUTTER Best Butter in America YOB Cannot Bny Better Butter At Any Price. ,3 Lb BEANS "«« TOMATO SAU 6 * Campbell's BEANS 1fllcans79c NAVY BEANS, 4 Lbs. 39cl ** hl/c LI BESTS CORNED BEEF 2 Cans; 49c POTTED MEAT 3 Cans 25c ~-~-~:^ Tlio Hfs Sproart for Bread M j i d e With I'uro Vcs?*'tJil»lo Oils. 2 Lbs. 49c Hen-Li Beans 9c, 14c, 23c I Mothers Oats lOc, 25c, 32c Heirtz Spaghe.ii 9c, 14c, 23c | Shredded Wheat f box lOc Heinz Tomatc Soup ...,10c | Cream of Wheat, box 15c is, 6 Boxes 19 o Franklin SUGAR VEAL LOAF 2 Cans 35c PRUMES 2 Lbs. 31 c Clft^sified Advrrtl-emeiits Whori placed in tho or lumrt. of Tho Connor bring rosuits. Try them. We Preservers NEWEL TELEGRAPH OPE11ATOR FATALLY INJURED IN PLUNGE William Hiiivlin, 35, of Wheeling, W. Va., .1 telegraph operator 1or the Vittsiburg Lake Eric flallroad at Fiiyette county, was fatally y e A o r d a v when !K fell down. an 8o-l'oot wnbanlunent to tho truokR of thu P. i. 13. Railroad at the s o u t h e r n uul of the P o i n t bridge In Ho was liowing Ins f a l l i p r and olh- vi- lelative.. points ot interest in Pitts- bui when UP sHimbled and fpll. .Iron Bridge S a u v e J i , i » l Scottdai x Ue't* S u n i ' i i y w i t h M ' Var.ee's p , V[, and M r j .leso \\iiu *-, Si \ H - l \ a S t o i i c i ('' Siciite 1 ,!! a n i .Mi-.. K l i 11 C i . - b \ M lr-» v v i l i i a u i Pu:i ,1:11 « a ~ HI PI,M,-uut h u i d i v , li be' -·.. V i l l K i m Shioui w ,is h. r«' ^1111 ',i A l t a v n l M i . ) ' M -. and M i - I 41^ » ( · mi K · ov ot r.i.xi ^m .n , , M - I ' l l 1 P'o.i a n t i lui \ l . I n I I K c ' p a p e n n y ban rhTi iin'I M t j p odfi bi m i ' ) .t Yon « ill be «· soon \ ou ;\ ill =i ( i\ f a I li i t m,) S h ' n he spfi C ' i i i i p n u n t 0 1 p u t i n t ' In l of '\9 K t t - r-hansre ; I ICON H K 1 1 M M O , 1'Vh. 1 4 -- M r and M r ; J o h n Craven wert- at Ahoi'ton M o n d a y w lh t h e i r t'rifiid, Mrs. Mary Myers. .fame* C' nsby was at Monebseu Sdt- j u i d a j o v o j i i n g a t l e n i l l n ^ the basket i ball game- iKMvticti A h e r t o n Ills^h S c h o o l am Mano.'-^oii The g a m e was i \%o!l atteii'U 1 )! 1ml Mcniessen cUleatcMl ' A h ci ton b / a sou re ir i! 1 ) 11. Mr. and M - 3 . AV. T. l l t i t e s o n and d a u g h t e r , U u l h b p c n t S u n d a y w i t h Un! idiitoss n i i leinK ' Mr-j l l a i n e Li'wh'-ati i-, «i)thu'(i [o h'M home n i l h i l l u c --s. L ove Bird Pearl Necklace LATKST STYLK, IKDRSTRUCTIBLE. TIM-! X \NUl'AC'TUKER PERMITS US TO INTRODirCE TJ1K New IVench Parfuime "Baree" I*" Hrini? (h.s Coupon and If Cents and You Will Receive a Regular $8.00 Bottlp of This Marveknii I J er- f u m c in a J i r n t i t i f u l Gift Box and in addition We Will f ;ivo AHSOLUTELY VllKK tlm l'oat-1 N«cklan Thu C'onpon is Rnod u n t i l SATUPOAY night. Coupon must he signed for f u t u r e m a i l i n g of ,SninpU\s oC othoi products. Custonipr Sfgrn Here ............. _______________ .............. _. ..... -- ......... QUICK WORK SAVES WILLIAM WELLING ! HOME AT NELLIE Scnoiu, nr» for a tinio f l i p I'Phidciiro of William lioistinj; r-iigiiuer of tho Nellie Mince of the C'oriiido Coal Coke romnany; Thnisday. O w i n g to tho prompt a c (H)ii on I ho jut i of t h p Vandorbilt and Dawfion Fire Dcpartmciils, Uio damag« JJoUi for Only \d ress .. ConneSIsviSle Dru Co. 'Pi) . Slilel 122 West Crawford Avenue. iSiuip Povsihlc )j Uie MiiiuifiH'Mirprs Standhis' (lie tar ot mom for l.iU'hcu That u. tlic exprnasion we hear from hundreds who u^e our Classified ( olumus. Tho cost is moderate and the results big. Use our Ch ssifiecl Corumns. Be one oi* ow Customers G n . i t i r c d i l h- xivpn llw T^ll Telephone Coinp.uiy oporatolt- lor prompt hpi vc Jp ,ind thp firr» companies foi th« alacrity w i t l i Avhkh tlipy responded ta the r a i l for aid JJWS Com Piilfon. Plan.-; to b i i n g ilu 1S32 Hlalo cui- v e n t i o u o f P p n i i n j l v a i i i . i i t j j f j supor- VIHOI i ui U n i o i i U i w n aio- now f o r n i n l a t i - d w i t h l h t vlcnHion of r i a b i t i t ; lor 1li^ J!;!1 mwtln^. A. L. Hliaipiuu'lr of K a \ P t t c county was \\Vdnes--U.v naiiH'il a moonib* r of tho l e g i f c l a t i v c romtnittee. A n h u r Hisin- hotham of Hc-dstonc, l l t i p h H a r n h a r t Df Dunhar l o w i t b h i p and Mr. Slurp-* n.if k V U I P Fayfrttf deli'}?:\!.p^ lituxl I V S U P Moid. LONDON. J-b 11.-- The l,50i),0ftj pound storlhiK t l c b p u l u r o ishue of !b» Hiiono-j Aires Grr.it Soulhoj-n lUul- v,iv \v.xs bold priv.UPly by A s.uiut- i;U'\ it wa" J p u i i i i ' d |.»d.iv, Thi- d-r:i I " v n t t i v p . i pay Com per cfjit

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