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February 17, 1930

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5*rO:VDAY, FEBRUARY 17, J930. TJKTE, LIT, PA'. PAGE FIVE: PRES. BORNO CLAIMS HAITI WILL SOON BE READY TO VOTE Mount Pleasant TranfjfuUit}- Hoinur Restored T'ndrr A A ministration of Utissrll. L. IT.- I'-our u p o n . \ r n r r ^ ' o w i l l pluco i p o s i t i o n t o a c c o r d i n g to i- I l n i d tfi3i)," t h n P.y I ' n i l ·! S ' r c PORT A l r f n i N f ' K . I' "none y e a r n of d e p e n d e n c e ira for IKS u H I M co of j i c a ^ ' t-ho R o p ' i h l l f , o!' M i i i i i in hold l o R i s l i i t i v o elections President. l . o u w Borno. "l/og-j(,iHtivo f l e c t i o n s ·i p r a c t i c a l c e r t a i n t y In presiden'. declared. "I t l i i t i k it w o u l d bo a very simple- m a t t e r t o hold them in IflJM, ' h u s giving it n a t i o n a l govorn- tnent two years coiiperat-on w i t h the tnerican Rovernmrul before the treaty corn-as U an end in 1!K!6. "Lepiriiatlvo elections a r o an im- posslbill-y at this t i m o , because- our f i e p u b l l c m u s t d e p e n d too m u c h on th! U n l t w l States government for ita pence, t r a n q u i l l t y , .stabilisation and Kf-nera! !iolp. Such cooperation would !o i m p o t i H i b l o w i t h a legislative body H a i t i . " 1 . Borno prateed the work of r l i o (JniUxl State*; since the beginning of t h e occupation and also pnll compliment t o the loyalty and devotion of Brigadier ( i o n e r a l J o h n n. HuKsell, I'. S. M.i:-in« Corps, in d i s c h a r g i n g h i s ] duties in-. American High Commie- "The pix'.sent coun.seil ("Etat," the liresident s;aUi. ''in i-omposcl of 21 t r u e Hailierii-i of i n t e l l i ^ e n c n anil integrity. "They, too, roallze that the f u t u r e of Haiti de-]ends on the help of I?nltei S rates ami the f u l f i l l m e n t t h e H a i t i e n - A m e r i c a n agr-wment. "1 do not wish this to be misconstrued to mean t h a t / t h e . cmseil members ballot only the way they an? told. These men vote and paiii: l a w s for the betterment of the nation and aro not s w u n g e i t h e r way by any outsider. "Tho c-nseil meets ia .m orderly taflhloti, the members air their views a m i take a e w i f t , honest and juet action." The- I l s l t i e n president's opinion of. Senator Borah's suggestion that a governor bo appointed for H a i t i ia that "such an idea is absurd and only the fciiggf«tion of ono absolutely ignorant of the t r u e state of Haitier affairs." "We arc not a colony," Borno declared. AVe aro a republic enjoying our froe, sovereign and independent rights. Tho very idea, th very suggestion of sending us a governor is TWOS;, absurd and impossible. Even a change in high cornmiseioners would be a bad move. "I£ anyone airing his vievre against the occupation of Haiti -would como j and see jU'U what work the Americans represented by General Russell are dolnj; for us he would soon cexise his opposition. 1 JIB p r e s i d e n t of this re- P ' l b l i c , and ono who has lived in it both ·! a member of Its government and a« an ordinary citizen know and f u l l y appreciate- the excellent things !tw U n i t e d States hae done for HiiiU." Special to Tho Centric'. MOUNT PUOASANT, Feb. ! 7. -- J o h n Hekech. n i n e yea TO o l d . of I ' e c l a iva« a d m i t t e d to t h e M e m o r i a l H o s p i t a l S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n , stiffen ig from l a c e r a t i o n s of the head, ustalncd w h e n he h a c i an a c c i d e n t M (id r i d i n g . I f e . was discharged a f t e r t h r i n j u r i e s lirnl been drr«Keil. Sonp and Y r l i C'onicsi. Tlie .Mount Pleariant C h a p t ' T of the .National Honor Society i« s p o n n o r i n j ; a sons and y e l l contest in th · whool. Capable judges w i l l be ch'W-r-n lo .incise- the yells and cheers t - u b m i t t e d by the student*. Prizes w i l l bo a w a r d e d those from whom cl'pcrr} aro accepted, the h i g h prize gohi;; to the person w r i t i n g Uto alma imii r. Only one alma muter will be accepted. The miinlxM- of other choers to be tccepted lias not been decided upon a;: yet. Orriiflstni at Young-wood. Prof. J. H. Oamblee took his high school orchestra to Youngwo'id last evening where it gave n il - l i g h t f u l e n t e r t a i n m e n t at t h e Presbyterian C h u r c h . Ilr. Hodll to Speak. Dr. !l\vard A. Iloclil. parUo · of Hie Third Presbyterian C h u r c h , U n i o n - t o w n , has been secured as a sp'Miker at the f a t h e r and son banquet to be held at the Ile-l'iiiou 1'renbylerian Church n e x t Friday e v e n i n g . T h e t i m * the banquet ia (i:,'!0 o'clock. pictures w i l l bt «liown. Vill»rd Memorial Serrl Rev. C. S. Riclmrdtjon, pawto-- of the Free. Methodist C h u r c h , proac'ied the a n n u a l Fruncw 10. Willard nituiioruil sermon for the members of the Women's C h r i s t i a n Tempera tic · Union . at the Free Methodist Church ycste-r- tlus day afternoon. of Other Xews. IMwurd G r i f f i t h of Weet street, who is employed by the Koontz Motor Company, underwent ·,, minor operation at, the Memorial Hospital yesterday. Michael Farrell of Spruce street underwent an operation at t! e .Memorial Hospital yesterday. Mr«5. Margaret, Wissinger of Beaver Falls, who spent the paet we k here with friends, r e t u r n e d to hei homo yesterday, Mi3s Oma. Harman is vlsitli ·.% w i t h friends at Eric. Mrs. S. K. Schlndle spent S; t u r d a y it Greeneburg 1 with friende. Mr«. Elizabeth iMcGregor epe-if. yesterday hi I'lttsburjj. Perfect Evening Gown J set for Moving e. · MILL RUN UNION REVIVAL WILL BE CONTINUED GRADUATED -SEQUINS PETAI/ Featured Values for Tuesday In Our Annual February DRUID SHEETS Genuine Druid q u a l i t y bleached and u n bleached sheets in th - (.'e sizes, G3x!)0, 72x90 ft and Sl.x90; each sheet guaranteed. Regti- tb lar $1.4!) value. Spec i n ] , each Druid Sheeting Bleach'ed and unbloacii-rtl .shectiiiR, S t tmd no i n c h . Up l o i"n: v a l u e . Special, a y-irtl 49c Druid Pillow Tubing Throe d i f f e r e n t w i d t h s of D r u i d d i i l l o w tubing, -to, -\2 and 45 i n c h . Up lo 42t: v il- ue. Special 3 yards $1.00 Druid Muslin lixtra heavy w e i s h t . -Wi i n c h D r u i d d ""unbleached, n n i s l i u . K c . « n l a v I S c v a l u e . Special 8 yards $1.00 Pillow Cases Druid x:!K D r u i d CiiHCK. Spo- c i n l , 3 for $1.00 Fashion; Suits SomcUr-icB Stop Out of Masculine Character. FUNERAL SERVICE HELD AT MEYERSMLE FOR PHILIP LYNCH AIKYKRHXAU';, Fob. 17--Tho loc!j of I ' h i l i p L y n c h , ;";!) y«ars C'ld, a for ir.er reside.it. of Moyersdalo, who die at Y o u n g s f o w i i , Ohio, from i n j u r i e s s u s t a i n e d S a t u r d a y . Fc-bruiiry S, whet s t r u c k b y a n automobile w h i l e return ins homo from work, a r r i v e d here F r i d a y ovesiiris and was t a k e n to tho 1-ome of hl:i tvister, Mrs. J l a i r y Walsl: by ITndertaiHcor W. C. Price. The funeral service was hi-ld Satur- liiiy r n o r n i n ? at 9 o'clock in US. rhl a n r i Jam«s Catholic; Church roquiem ir.ass 'being said by Very J.'.cv. J. j P.rudy. I n t e r m e n t wti3 In t h Church Cernet-ery. Mr. I..-.VIK h is suri-lvctl by three d a u g h t e r s . Mrs-. John Ko!l»y, Mrs. Wil- I'.an... Kelley and Miss (icrtnu'e Lynch, a i l of Youngstow/i. H:;i wifo. died a n u i n t x r of y-eitrs ago. Jlo ia ,ilso sur- v i v e d by his mother, Mrs. M a / y Lynch of .Meyersdulu, a n d tho l o l l o w i n g brothor.s a n d ssisters, Joseph. Thomas and Mi.ss JJivnodctte Iyneh. Mra. T h o m a s Ho'iningor and Mrs. John Frlel, all ol Pittsiburg,, M r s . Annie Smith, Buffalo, N. Y., Mrs H a r r y Walsh u.id Mrs. K d w u r d Kerrigan, Meyersdale, Sorvicos Will Bo C o n d u c t - d by Pastors of U. B. und Jiaptist Churches. HUNDRED ARE CONVERTED On* tf Life'* Yragetlit» They snt ff.zlOK Into ertcli other's t-yoa. At lnf:t he slipped from the sofa nnd. kneelln? at her feet, p a t e uttor- info to the sweeping thoughts that were swelling up his ml rut. "Dwrllriff." he said, "sometimes I t h i n k how lucky I was to he born In the Sfimn century as yon, lo h i r e met you. It seems as If Fate had lnteml- id as for ea?h other since t l x - lippin- n l n g of time, and thnt at Inst tlie grent ileslgn'has Ixpn completed In our lore. I*, has been I-'ate, my rlefirest Fntc." "-Aye," she replied, a l i t t l e wist fully. *'lt was f i t c all rljrht. tour fate. If I h a d n a trlpplt over your fate lumpln' on t k .e bus . . ." And they pondered over the tragedy of might have- heens.--London Tit-Bits, Pn-)fr Barometer Henley's T w e n t i e t h C e n t u r y P,ook of Recipes publishes tlie following method of m i l k i n g » paper barometer: Saturate w h i l e b l o t t i n g paper w i t h t h e following li'jtili) and then hanf. up to dry: Cobnlt chloride. 1 ounce; sodium chloride. % ounce; calcium c ilorkU-. 75 grains; ncncin. 'A ounce; v n t e r 3 ounces, i The ninonn of moisture In -lie u ) r jg roughly hriicnted by rbe c l u n k i n g I'plor of thtt paper, rose red imlierittnjj r a i n : pale red. very m o i s t ; M u l s h red, laolst; laven-ler blue, nearly d r y ; *»tue. verr dry. Tho union evangelistic eampa gn ol Dr. C. J. Fox at Mill Run cam* to a close Sunday but tn revival w i l l go on, under the llrectlo.it of the pi storts, Kev. C. K. VVille of the United iireth- ren Church, where the services a · being held, and Rev. .H'. S. Wortn.on of the Indian Creek Baptist Church The fliiat announcement read* thai "about ono hundred souls have been forward in the meetings and It. B expected that all who havo been converted w i l l unite with the I nitoct Brethren or Baptist Church." Tonight is the weekly "rest n ght." Tomorrow n i g h t the revival w i l l : wing into action again. Despite the cold--16 degrees ielo\v zero in the morning--there were iar;;e audiences at the services Su uluy, reaching a climax in the evening when the church was packed. I! \VUB 11 o'clock beJore the servicee cano to a close. Evangelist Fox loft for Greens:urf? this afternoon where- ho address «* a m i n i s t e r i a l m e e t i n g today and iat r In thn day t« expected to KO to J o h n s - t o w n , where- c h u r c h officials w i l l ueet him and take him to Wlndber \vii-ere ic icH to conduct a two weeks' ru ival -·avupaigu. Following the 'Win Iber meeting he goes to Dayton, Ohio for a meeting. Minimum of Waste in Sardine-Canning Plant In a Down East sardine conning factory the only 1 thing that Is waste 1 is the odor. That mny not be a ;ead loss, for there are person* who assert they like the smell of a sap line factory. The scales lire sold to the manufacturers of artificial penria. The fish meal Is In demand In ;er- many and In this country. The w;iBte oil Is collected and utilized In (he production of paints and varnls ics Kven the tin cuttings from the -cans) are baled arid shipped to England for reprocessing Into new sheets of the metal. Pown Enst sardines nre sent to 05 different countries. In Java, wien representatives sought a new market, the natives would have nothing to do with thfc "little ftshea boiled in ell." Two hundred free cases were offered If the prospective customers would place a 1,000 case order. At last ;he deal was made. The sardines w;re h«-nped h!lgh on,trucks, together w i t h n Imnd of nntlve mur/tctana, t n t en from biiznar to bazaar, and sold. Tims Introduced, there was no f u r t h e r d (II- ctilty In n d ' l l n g Java to the list of sardine consumers.--New Xorli Times By FRANCES PACE'l' (Copyright, lli:!0, by S t y l o Sources NEW YOHK, I-V-b. .17.--AKhoiiirh na\ m u c h is heard run! seen of ni.'Uinulino I suit tj'pes deslsne 1 for town wear i u ' inen'a wear fabric;, these do not domj- i nate completely tv.« spring sui! »itu;i- , tlon. A c t i v e riva'.s iire cited in t h e i short, unbelted, opon j a c k e t , and Q;I- j other c o m p e t i t o r rs t'he p e p l u m bolted jacket s u i t , w h i c h also :-i,u':ds the importance of brief It-nr'' Both of these u t i l i z e dret-sy fabrics r a t h e r than men's s u i t nps or fabrics i* sports character. B l a c k c l i i f C u n cash- j !', mere faina forces w i t h t t i e s o . · i ' l t i o u - j ', ottes in sof'. v e r H l o n s of ihe two i-uit;-. I v i n t r o d u c i n g a note thai i;i c o n A i ^ t o u M y j feminine rather t. ! ian f o i s L l n s i l e t a i ! J ou masculine, trpts in tho effort, to i feminize them. j I n tho matter o! length, sonic m o - : dels are scarcely longer than a lonf; bolero, while o t h e t s reach Ui lop of the hip, nr in »ome instance.s, au inch below. This; t,ren 1 t o w a r d brevity, however, is not c n n f i n e d e n t i r e l y to unbelted open f r o n t jackets, for it, is becoming s o m e t h i n g of ;t new c u l t . Tho short, j a c k e t , and tho modified dare in iikirtt; is pointed on!, as the suit s i l h o u e t t e t h a t w i l l c a p t u r e major a t t e n t i u . i , represenliiiK, iis it lioea, t h n tniu-b-desircd y o u t h f u l l i n e . In c o n s t r u c t i n j r tliese shoi't, (',ac-n f r o n t and u n b e l t e d versions, a do- p a r l u r e f r o m t h o e m p h a s i z e d f i t . l t d l i n e is observed, wliich In ·, i or.sid' i rtd a n o t h e r point, i n t h e y o u t h f u l a c c e n t , i n short p e p l i i m j a c k e t s ^ h o ^ l n g i V e i n d e n t e d waist there is j - r o v i t l e j ;i flttcil v e r s i o n t h a t f a i t h f u l l y pre;se ! 'v « t h o y o u s h f u l e f f o r t . lu the pi-pi urn jacKsM. w h i c h t l e . i : I f r o n t a n d u.stial'y i(ld» ;i c t i l l a r ( r r.c.irf of Mat. f u r , !IH bro.nl;tti;. U i p i n , i;aiyiik or a p3ii}- belt uf iii,to l e T t . U ' i 1 , Un blouse dors no; p l a y as p r ' n i i i i t u rolo a;- it achit-v',-.- In a.u'f-input)} in-i tlus f r o n t , s h o r t .i,t--kv"., l u th.s la'.lc-r type, b e i n g f u l l y i u view, !· n c n u . r c a sh i n l u r c H t . \\"hero s l i i i r k s k i t ; !H f a b r i i : choic.-* in th-.» .Mi:t, t h e ti.se may repeat t h ; (Iii;tt-l m o t i i-i n m b r o ! d " r i - ( t t i n t s ; a v a i l s , w h e r · m o i i d i n i ' l - ' - . an- w o r k f l in t h - - Ruffsdale We Preservers UCKF.SUAI.£C, Feb. 17--Mr and ,Vrr\ li-."tin;e M c N o H y of J M t l n h u i g vl»Urd ! h« fornu-r't) m o t h e r , .Mr«.. .Mftry Me- Xeily w h o j.i seriously ill. -Mr. and Mrs. A l b e r t Ryan und fan i l y of l . ' n i o n t o w n vShiiinl ihe ftrn\f-r' motiior, Mrs. J u l i a R y a n . Sui.day. -Mlbn K i l e c n M r l ^ n n of ScolUls.le. (,'irt t«a-li,»r of t.he Kast Huntingfori { t o w n s h i p Kchools. railed on '.tin lo-a.\ I scholos f''rlday. ] The- Indies' Aid Society of t.h«- M. K ! ( h u r c h \ v i l i meet I n tho church on i Tu*st«y a(terntx)!i. j The Woni;»n. Homo Mitwionary f'o- c;.-ty of th(? Mothcriiet llpiscof.iil , C h u r c h met in the c h u r c h F r i d a y .if- Plain White Blankets $1.79 KrUra. largo, 73x99, p l a i n white b l a n k e t . Special, each $1.79. Quilted Silk Cushions . l u s t receJH-ei .1 new line nl' s i l k q i t i l t e d c u s h i o i i f s ; u p to $ l . f ) f v a l u e s . .Sii.H:ial. "ach 10 Yd. Bolts of Long Cloth Colored Bed Spreads $1.00 A rin\v l i n o o? colored lxii spreads in p i n k . blu?, I-OKO. di 1 i:hid, crold and Kreeit r i b b o n stripes: up to ?l.i5(J v a l u e . Special, ouch 51.00. Single Cotton Plaid Blankets 97c Knli siiii- cotum phiid b l a n - kets in all d i f f e r e n t colors -Special, cadi ii! Dr. arvrl .Mrs. Sheppnrd of W y n n o i wr. i M l l e r a f i e r e recently. j .Mr. and Mv-. fOarl [..ouci(« and s HI j o t Grcen.shnn.; f i e j \ t Suixiny w i t h fio j Jatlor'a parent*, .Mr. un | Mra. H i c h a r d ! O e n i k o r . ! MisfiCct K v e l y n f,eigh.ty and R u - h I R u p l i wero «hoppln Grtfensbitrf; Sali l i f d a v . F u l l ,'!C inch white l^onf: Clolb ·-R«(iri!l;»r l'2i- value. (j»lj *Q Sp-H-ial. id yd. I M - . I I vA'»Ot/ Bleached Muslin Soft imh-h, 3« inch bleached munli!!, fT('t; f r o m drt-ssins. H i ' K M i u r ifir v a l u e . t O ,, Special, a yard J,«jl_/ White Nainsook C h a m o i s lifii.ih w h i t e r-ook. usil tor fine u n d e r w e a r ; f u l l 'i'! i n c h . Special, a yard 15c TURKISH Special--4 for 36 Inch White Outing Plain whit. 1 , also colored, "\ iuch- lij;h!. o u t i i i R , u n v a l u e . ,S;H!fial, i' y a r d f i · $1 T u r k i s h towels w i t h f a n c y ]order,s double t h r e a d ; e x t r a larpe, I'^x-lS inch. HoBuku- ?'J; value. Bleached All Linen Toweling .lust received a new l i n e cf ;:ood heavy, ail l i n e n l o w e l i i i K w i t h fancy borders ot KoW. Kreen. blue- and p i n k . O-| Special, a y n n l £i\..\^ Bird's Eye Cloth 10 yd. Bolt $1.49 27 inch H t r d ' n Kyc d l a p e i cloth. Special, 10 yd. holt $1..!!) TOWELS Plain White Special--6 for , i S x 1 i ) i n c h p l a i n w h i t e , also colored bordered I owe IK. Stevens All Linen Towels i J u s t , receive/! n new line of Stevt-ns' a l l l i i i t - n k i t c h e n U i w - els in a Kuod heavy w e i g h t . H p t x - i a l , each 21c New Fast Color Prints 21c yd. Kill I "A inr-li fast color \\ in small ami l a r ^ o (ljr;il aifjjis. Hegul;;r l'."c v a l u e . Don't let tho supplies on your emergency shelf get depleted. As soon as you use ono can or package, order anoth :r io take Its plarc. Those Courier. Who to rntronfze. who advertieo la Tho Dallj Camera Uies Films or Paper An Kngllsb inventor's motion-picture cnmer/i uses either tilats or s -n- sitized paper, |)ictures made on i l i e latter being projected by reflected Re-Opened Under New Management The COLONIAL RESTAURANT 133 North Pittsbuprg Street Home-like, American cooking and a full line of Kauth's fresh- baked pastries. Open 5:30 A. M. Until 9 P. M. "Cleanliness, Service, Good Food Moderately Priced"-la Our Motto. Siiiisfactlort ( i t i u r a n l c c d o Your 3lon«'y *««^wwwwMW»aiwi«*wvvavvv^ Borah Examines IN alive Fruit · " «,,-" Xi ,x / * Senator William E. Borah, of Idaho, examines the shipment of prize Idaho potatoes that will figure prominently in the sixth annual banquet of the Idaho Stutc society at Washing-ton, D. C. Together with n shipment of choice Idaho apples grown in Boisu Valley, they will represent the State's moat famous produta. The potatoes and apples ware sent to the National Capita) bjr th* fibim. bera of Commer:e of Idaho Fulls and os* Among distmgulshod jruests hailing from Idaho S h ° W 1 H ^? preae lfc nt the dinner ' e " to right) · Rep. A T Smith, Senator William K. Borah faonator John Thomas, and Walter Johnson, manager of the Washington baseball team. man Burton L. French will act as

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