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February 18, 1930

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L ast JL^dition rice Connelk ville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Advertising- Medium in the Yough Region, VOL, U S , N O . S I . 'I'hr \ \ V f k l y C ' o n f l r r , T'oundprt J u l y 17, tST.i, Tile J ' M i l J Courier. Kuuudp] A o v r n i b e r II) 1002. j Mr rent. | ,lii)j- IS, IU23, OONNELLSVILLE, PA,, T U E S D A Y 1-3VKNFNU, FEI R U A K Y 1.8, 1030. TWELVE PAG13S. OV1ERHOLT DISTILL WILL BEGIN T Liquor Will Be Made to \ f Replenish Country's Medicinal R e q u i r e - rnent, Under Government Permit. LABOR SUPPLY IS SECURED T'h' 1 riumi.'f.irf t i r e of !) r t'nmru:' '.'Id Ovei'ho ! w h i s k y w i l l hi r e s u m e d on T h u r s d ly ,11 t h e B r o a d f o r d p l a n t o f \. O Y . - r h o l ; (v, C o m p i n y . i' was ioarned Jo!;y. Thfi p U i n t is I n m a k e K.nofi b a r r e l s 01' whi.-iky t o f i l l i t s a l l v m f n t t o r e p l e n i s h ( h e m c x I i H n a l M i p j i l y i n m:- f o r r i r n i -^ i v i H i C J o v o r i r n c n t p r r m i l s isiued ' h r o i m h ;lic p r o h h i t i o n iidrain- i:;tra!or i n I ' i t t s b i i r K . f n ;u c i i i ' t i i i n c e w i t h the G o v e r n m e n t f'rrou|.i. i l i o w h i s k y \vi 1 be- astd for f o u r ·( ar.-i ;ind thc'.i bo t i e d . F r a n k O. M a u d con, \.'ho Inul been v i c c - p r s s i d c - n t of Park (. T i l f o r d , .Neiv Y o r k i ' i i y , is at s h e li .-al of I h n A. O v e r h f ' l t . . C o m p a n y . K u r c e e d t n s .Tohn \V. I ' a r k c r as presick-nt. Mr. H a n i l r t M i h a s a l r e a d y fstab!i.-iht(! J i i s resldenct; iit Bro id K u r d . It w:iy, made Isnown t h a t t h e r e is no :ierd f . i r l a b o r at. the I ' i u i U a:; all of '.lie t n / n roflnired to bar.rilo t h e i n a n i ! i a c i u r ' ol t h o w h i s k y have senire 1. The H i - h e u i e y f t i s t i l l e WestinorclaiKi c o u n t y . l o be};ln to b a r r f l it whisk". NORRIS STIRS UP STRIKE SYM1PATHIZERS FIRE CABS Sonnlo ,Jiiti inry S h a r p f . v f H v i d o d O v e r I ' r o l i i b i l i o n I'robr. DIPLOMAT DIbS BLAME PLACED ON POLITICS JIOMM-: .- at Scl started aHotUK'Ut of HIRAM BOYER DIES AT HAMMONDVILLE FROM HEART ATTACK .MOPNT f ' L K A S A X ' " , Feh. IS.-I l i r a r u Eoy-er, 77 yi.-art old, died this m o r n i n g at hiii homo at iUuiimoiid- villc. Mr. Lioyer wan ;i c a r p e i i t o r . For ^'6 yei.r« he was nnploj oil at the sla.su plant, of liryee- Brothe/s. Pive year^ ago h e was r e t i r e d . Since that t i r n c j he had repaired and jn,iie v i o l i n s , ( i l l - j ius orders from sill par * of tho U n i t e d Mr. Boy or wi« a t n - ' i i i b e r of Rose .Ud?;o of Odd. Fellows o£ Ih1« ( place for :'J year«. t i e was charter j member of Uio Order of I n d e p e n d e n t ) Americans at UrldKC-rort. j Mr. B-oycr hud been seriously ill \ prior to the- death ot his wife on J u l y j 29, l( ! 2fl. He a p p a r e n t y recovered hut was t a k e n ill u g a i u a week ago. Heart (liHea*;e was the caiu.e of death. Surviving are tbo f o l l o w i n g c h i l - j dron; Mi«s L i l y at homo, .1. H. Boyer! of Bridgeport, Mrs. A n n a SlcCloekoyj and Mrs. Ada Hoko of. Morgantown. W. Va., 17 g r a n d c h i l d r e n and 11! great- grandchildren. Ttia f u n e r a l service w i l l bo Friday a f t e r n o o n at. 2 o'clock at. th» K v a n - «eHcul C h u r c h at n r i d ^ c p o r t , in c h a r g e £ Rov. J. O. Bishop. l i u r i a l w i l l be in Grecniick Cemolery. WOODA N, CARR COMAS CLUB BANQUET SPEAKER A t t o r t K ' y Wooda -V Carr ot 1,'nion- t o w n will be t h e f-'iiest. speaker Friday e v e n i n g at. tho a n n u a l Comas C'ltth Washington's B i r t h d a y b a n q u e t w h i c h w i l l bo held in the M . i K o n i c Temple in South Pittsburg s t r o t t . H!M talk v;i\\ be en "(ioorgo Wasliington." A'lKiut .100 c o u p l e s arc expected to, s. I. load. Taero w i l l bo d a n ins and cards. EXPLOSION WRECKS MICHIGAN HOTEL Moore's Body Will Be Buried In Pittsburg LOS ANOELKS, Feb. VS. -The- body of Alexander P. Moore, wlv died he.ro w h i l e enrout.o to take hi.-- new, post as U n i t e d Statc.s arnba-^-sa lor to Pol a n d , w i l l I.M sent late t h i aftornoou t i j 1'ittsburg for i n l e r r n e n l . F u n e r a l services were h d s to-:iay at tho Breseo f u n e r a l parlor." A host of tiie lat ambassador'si t ' r i e u . , s , m a n y of t h e m h i g h i n p u b l i c l i f e , a tended iho r i l e a. i\loor foniKTly lived in iunl began hi.s newipaper c Pitts-burg ro-c-r thoi'O. .- Y o r k M i r - :iB£T. p r i o r service as I ' O N T I A C , M i c h , . t'V.. IS, ---The. live« ui; more t h a n 100 gui-.sls at Hie Koose\ e l t iiolt'l were f i n i iiiKorcl e a r l y t o day wlK-ii «fi SO'J-gnlloii boiler vx- l, -vvrt'i.'kinp tin- r t u r ( the first , T w o sucstt; w e r e - l i s h t l y i n j u r e i l . Later ho p u b l i s h e d tbt No ror arid the Boston Adv^i to entering tho d l p l o n u U u cimbus.sador to Spain. Moore died .shortly a f t e noon yesterday, f r o m a tubertmla- condition. l l o stoppod off here sevt-ru we-pks ago to recover his r a i l i n g hi U t h at a desert resort. As he gr -w atoadily worse, he entered the Pott:;nger Sanit a r i u m at Monrovia a n d in t wee-k Was taken to tho C a l i f o r n i a H « - 3 n i t a l liore. He was semi-consciou and delirious for several noun* before his d e a t h , and physicians lia h o l r l l i t t l e hope- I'or recovery since -i a r l y Saturday. At i h o txdside yestcrda.- were Marion Davies, scroen ijuti'vH ., and close f r i e n d : ,1. T. ICnige, for n e r l y aH.so- c.iiited w i t h Moore- on i I ' i t l s b n r g ne\vspa|er, a n d two co itiins. Miss Kl eu.no r Hehubei' and Mis. Marion A l - ·bertson. Mr. Moore was (KJ years old. In a d d i t i o n to his acnn i l n t a n c o s h i p w i t l i i h o royalty of Spain a n d in )'er- u v i a u o f f i c i a l circles wl ere. iio had also moved as ambassador , Mooro was woil k n o w n a m o n g theatr cai notables as the hiiobaiid of t h e lute Lillian Russell. At no time did tho anil -.issaiior lose hope. U n t i l the last h o u -H he denied the seriousness of hif '· ' r s d i t i o n and told f r i e n d s he- would "si. n bo on hia way to Warsaw." Former Prosidc-nt Calv u Coolldge, who is in Los Angeles, xpre.jseil regret over Iho death of 1 ic man who had been ambassador to I'eru d u r i n g his a i l r . i n i B t r a t i o n at Wi "It i;j w i t h s t r o n g r learned of the deatii of Mooro," Coolidgo .said i i . statement. "I had p i a n r n d to tall on him at the h o s p i t a l toda -." "Jii- was a long tiiuc f i iend of mine. llo had been in Iho » ( r v i c o of o u r Stale I k M i a r t m e n t for i 'V-erul years, a n d hiii c o n a t a n t soiici Uflo tor lii.s f r i e n d s a»r! his abonmlin : good nature endeared him to all wtio came in contact with hi 11;." .-gret. t h a t I Ambassador a f o r m a l U ' A S H I X C T O . ' : , 'hh. l S . - - P r r ) l i i h i - t i i i n n o v r r h a s t - r e n c h o n a " f a i r a n d h n n c s t i r i a l " 'jecaiif-'f (lolitic.s ha:* p l a y e d a l a r s c p:iri i n t h e K e i o r t i . o n of e u t ' i r o f nu-'.it o f f i c e r s . ;ici:ort!ius 10 C h a i r m a n ( ; p o r ; i \V. N'orriri of (lie H t ' i i a t o J i i d i c i i i r . i I ' n m m i U i ' o . T h i s , in subs :inrc. is ( h e b a s i s of h i s proii'i.- 1 :!! f o r v h r mcisi sweepins i n v p s t t f c a t i o n oi u r o l i i b i t i o i i cn('ori. p '*n r - ) i ) I'viT siiiis'i-Ktod lo Consros.s. HP b ' - - l i p v r » s u c h a w i d e i n v r s U K a t i o n neccssiiry i n a r d o r l o "clean u p " She K o d r n i l f i r s c r ; r i e a n d sive p r o h i b ; - t i o i i ;i f i i i r chaiu'r, Uo said l o d a y in an i M t p r v i e w w i ; h t h e U n l t c t l Press. " H e l o r c t h i ' i ' i is any more- t a l k of i - i ' j i c a l o f i h i f IMh. A t i n - n U i n i - n t . n r n i n d l l i c u i i o n o f (he V o l s t e a d L a w p r i - f i i i i i i i i i n .-houlil bt* K i v c n a f a i r t r i a l " hr p a i r ) . i'ri.-.--!; n l h o o v e r , he d e c l a r e d , i - r m l d rcmetly t h e s i t u a t i o n b y t a k i n g I l l l ' O I V T ' l l l l ' - l i t O l l t O f p o l i i i c K . U ' l i i l . 1 X'orri;- i n s i s t s t h a t h i s prn- l-".-'!-i! l ! i v e . s t i g i t i i ) i i is not a i t n w l at . . i i y p a r t i c u l a r pciT.ou. sonic ot" t h o K P l i i i - ' l i i u ^ i h e r e s o l u t i o n i n l e i u l t o a i n , c l e n u t A s s i B t a i H t o c r c t a r y (if t h e Treas- u r y L o w m a n ;i)id I ' r u h i b i t l u n ' o m i n i i i s i o u e r M o i ' r - n f o r an a t t a c k ii' the. I n ^ o s t i f r a t i o n .K a p p r o v u i l , it w a s l e a r n e d l o d a y . N o r r i s luu'. s ' l r r e d n» u heated and b i t t o r c o n t r o v e r s y w h i c h has aplil. b i n d r y S e n a t e c o l l e a g u e s lino t w o camps, t few of t h e m ; u p p . i r t i n g hia proposal, many oC t h e n agaiimt it on the R-roiinOs it iilay." I n t o the h a n d s (if the weU. The l a t t e r are all for it. Tho controversy fltartec! in tho J u d i - ciary C o m m i t t e e when Norria made his proposal and today wae tho subject of m u c h t a l k , and of private confer- encefi amoiiK leaders w h i c h w i l l eiu- t i n u e u n t i l t h e committee meets again n e x t M o n d a y . " M a n y onfo ·cement oflicers have boon eelftotnd w i t h o u t regaixi to t h e i r cfTicicncy or I heir equipment, for HIA jobs," Xorrifi nai'l today. "Some of t h e m h a v e obtained t h e position . w i t h the I n t e n t i o n ' i f v i o l a t i n g tl:ie law ;tnd o u t ' o tiio bootlr:ggerii. In iaes ljootlogger« and the l l c j u o r inleroi-it a c t u a l l y have tsanied the pro- h i b i t i o n office:'!*. "There i« rilill hope thai p r o h i b i t i o n can be nnforc-xi. provided it in taken out of politics. The President can take it. out in 15 minutes iC he iseueB the riphl k i n d of order. If a party leader or seiKitor objects to his a p p o i n t m e n t he should pay no attention to them. "The President is directly rosion- siblo for enforcement. H* can iSKii'e orders to Secretary of Treasury Mellon and right on down the lino." .Norris eaid he believed although investigation of enforcement would B)IOW "a lot ot thei-ie feliows o u g h t to be klckeil out oC service. He cited Oio book written recently by Mr*. Mabel W a l k e r W i l d e b r a n d t , f o r m e r assistant attorney g e n e r a l , aa p i c t u r i n g t h e d i f f i c u l t i e s -create*! by political interference. Fired by sympathizers of striking cab drivers in Pittsburgh when tho companies attempted to opera o cars with strike breakers, this blazing cab ia one of eight casualt. :s in Pittsburgh's taxi war which has. been goinp; on for mure thai ft month. The car above was shoved over a hillside and fired aft r /rympathiaers had stolen it from its guard;! and b yaten the crew. Medical Journal Cautions Against False; Hopes Over New Treatn lent for Cancer BISHOP STRICKEN AT FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ARCHMBOT STEHLE . L A T R O B K . Feb. 1R.--While attend- i n g the f u n e r a l o£ Archabbot A u r e l i u s Stehle, Bishop P h i l i p R. M c D e v t t t of i f a r r i s b u r g was stricken seriously ill today. Bishop M i - D e v i t t suffered a h e a r t a t t a c k prior to the services. Dr. K. ~W. M e l o n o f - L a i robe pronounced hit; ton- d i l i o n serious. RE-ELECTS OFFICERS Scottdale Man's i CONNELLSVILLE Stolen Car Found, A j.(rl.iii o w n e d by Tlnnuu.- M i l l e r o f , S^.ttdaU-, s t o l e n at »::,» oVlock l u s t ! u i i i i f f r o m in f r o n t of h N home, w.is j rM o v rrcd i h i s t n o r r i u ' - , by P a t r o l m a n ! . ', ),v.n N.-/. T h - u r i ' h i t i , - w a s i o r , , U - d A t ^"' a i u i u u l n u - e t i m o t l U e s l o o . l v - , ',, 'rhi-Vm! ,,:· Y o r k a , , ' u u , ' . : hohh-rs .-in.l O i r i - c l o r s ol I h , - Cunn,.'U.i- "/l \ v - r - p o t - t . - d , o [:,.!;·,,- l.iiu: M r . ! v i l l l C o n ^ t n a - t i o u C o m , a n y h c l . l la.u ; M J ' l e r h a d pt:ui i i... l v i v , . UK-UHKMV- ' - v o n i i m ; a l l ; , f l u - i s w c v , re ^ - I . - . - U M ! ; , , ! of I V f u m i h lo i, , , . , 1 - i v : : ! 1 .l Ik,.! =·,,,,,. - C M - I'"'' l i " ^ c-.isuiui.-. j , a r . Th,.y i, :v: ; ,. i ' K - . M d - N i . C. M. H v a l : ^ l : .-j)roM- , i ! i ' i i ' , J . 1'otuikl P i M h - r ; m ' t i c r a ! ' i i u u - REV. DUTY READS PAPER ON OLD BETHEL CHURCH At a n i e e l i u g of the m i i i i s t e r i u m ot! C h r i s t i a n churches of tho county yen- l e r d a y in U n i o n t o w i i Uov. T.Ougc-iKi V,. D u t y of C'cinnellsvillo read a paper on the h i s t o r y of Old Bethel Church of the l.)isc:ipl(.s of C h r i s t , in L o w e r Tyrone t o w n s h i p . The p a p e r was prepared by Stahl S l i a l l e n b e r f e r of Lower Tyrone towns h i p , who was u n a b l e to bo nl. the m o o t i n g . Mount Pleasant Man Weds Before Leaving For Prison Term Uy United Pross. CH1CAOO, I'Vl). IS.--The jot r r a ! of the American M e d i c a l Association r e leased to the l.Jniteil Prei-.rf t/da.y au e d i t o r i a l thai. w i J I ,-i'pi'.'ar in i t . i r o r l h - r n m i n K Issun, condemn.nj-. tl o p u b l i c i t y - t b i i l . l i u b been ^ i v e t i e x p n r l - inotiUiI c a n c e r t r e a t n v M i i ,1 by l.)rs \ V n l t e r B. C'oiTey and J o i i n D, I f u m b e T at Sail K r a n « ' i : i c o . ·"Hegardle.ss of t i i r i n c l . 11 at- Drs Coffny and. iluniltn - liave st.iU'.d i.t t h e i r c o m m u n i c a t i o n l o ! ho .ftiurua and Iu letters -.rent to |)atio:i!f- t h a t h e i r w o r k if; p u r e l y e.penniini.al t h a t t h e y h«vo no e ^ i ' k r t f o t! e i t - pee p a r a l i p u is a n y t h i n g m e r e t h a n a sub Vanderbilt Fire Company Banquet Wednesday Nighi Senator Harry 1. Bel] oC Dav · son w i l l bo the prim:lval speaker ti morrow e-vc-ning at the a n n u a l bat - tjiK'l. of the Dlckoraoi! H u n . Jjiber: y t V a n d e r b i l t V o l u n t e t r Firt Depur - ment ( c o m m o n l y k n o w n as tbo Tr Town) w h i c h is to in- t e r v c l iii t i e VamlcrbUt. I/cgiou room:;. Covers w i l l be laid f o r ;0 person i. There will be guest:) f r o m f!annoll v i l l e , Scottrtale rnul (.'nionU'wn, fc'e oral out of t)io t o w n lire company '- {iclals w i l l make Hhort l a l k i . A pr gram? is b f t i n g a r r a n g e d . NEW ENGLAND FIRES CLAIM SIX LIVES WITHIN 36 HOOFS J3y Unllod Preati. BOSTON, Koh. IS.--Fire l o o k . n t of live lives r e s u l t i n g in injuriort to persons and caused damage afegi'i'g i n g nearly three f j u a r t c r s of a m i l l i dollar.s iu Xe-w E n g l a n d d u r i n g t ;)(i Iwniv period e n d i n j j at daybreak Following tires yofiterrtay at Ca bridge, A m e s b u r y , LudJow ;. Nashua, N. U., w h i c h re-s'UlU'd in th deaths and about $J50,00-0 dams ilanieti biroko out Jn widely scpara sections iu N'e-w E n g l a n d e:irly tod b r i n g i n g about now destruction ; I.wo more fatalities. M I H H Nellie M e t r u t h , 48, peris w h t i i lire destroyed her coHa.se Iu at Sale-in. Mim, .Ellen T e h a t i , !jf, died fi a s p h y x i a t i o n wiien J i r o swept a f a m i l y d w e l l i n g at S p r i n g f i e l d , res l u g in injuries .to s i x . o f her person t- ut e n- :l(t ee ;e, ed iy, mi ed ne mi wo H- '·i " . ' .-' xvi- .·· . - i i - ' i - - ! o', .-·· ·!,,. -i"i'i' .Hid trt-a.-'urtM', A M. U u i n t - i , ; '' , j .. .. . '.,. , - . M r . ' t n r . I i . i 1 '. T r i ' l i c . Tliov w i i l i ! ^ k '"" ' ' ' ' I ' h i i r i c - ; \S'.'ih.' c i ) t i s ' i ! l c l ! ) i ' b c . i - ' d . A u l - i i n j u r i e s K i t l a l . · N l u N T O W N , l-Mi I N . A i n a n - i ; t ! . v U ! M i H v i " e i l l ' - t l o w i i i : - i i i . u i ' o i u o b i l 1 ' * *' ;, c r t ,,, t!,' :l:'"l M ' - ' l - i - 'i:,-!r. : :'i- , ·· I ' O P H C le. ra-1 iiijuriL-i- i U c a U i t t n i lo I I - p i t a l . . / . t o - i i i . o l ' ' | ; i i f'Yiui k · ! m i : ! f , y d , ' ( r i ! i . i y U i ' , s i , ( i t ' I I « - . . . | - ; M ! f o r ! XUSVUJ,];:, \V. Va., l-'eb. 'IS.-- · ( I I I i | H ' I ' V c i l l ' I l l s r r : H I U V ; i ! t o l i K - S M U l O p i - n i U ' - i ' i l i a r . ' , C l i f f o r d C! r l i u l l c , '.'(I. uf M u i m t I'll-; M:UH. W e s i m u f c l a i K t c o i i n - i.v. 1'a., ,vi.-, m a r r i e d HJ M J S H Cora W i l l i a m s , i! 1 . of ( i l o i u l i i l e on M i u n l a y . ( i i ' i i u l h ' w a s t o !'.' l a k t M i h t h e t i " i : - ( i i i Kidi. y in l)i'.«iii s-rviii}.; a i l i r e e v " a r .~t('nu-i:i-c f o r l i r c a k i i m a n d e n t e r i n g a s t o r t - a t C r r s u p s , s t n i t l i of ht're, a n d s U ' a l i . i H n i e r i . - h a u d i K e vahunl a t ?.-.n T b r · w o d l i i r , ' i c c u r r r - d (n tlu: or.iuny u i i ! .mi! v ; i o witucr-; ; ci1 by She r i f t lifn':;" I ' o r s c y n u r l Mr;-. Sum \Vil- ljd.in.-;. iiiol .jcr of Lhe brida. j .\unied Hot!d t'.NIONTOWN, l-'t-b. IS--I-'. 1). be oh- i l i f e r wiiij iiiimcd supervisor of Tjil/.i 'ne | t o w n s h i p t h i s m o r n inn. lo take t h e j place of S. K. C - h r i i - l o p h e r , decea ed. The Weather i P a r t l y c l o u d y t o n i g h t .and AVetl LOS( J a y ; n o t f i n i t e ;-o w i i r i n t o ' i i ^ h f i« tlio j noon w e a l u e v f o r e c a s t f o r We ·· e r u · r ' e i t n s y l v a i i i t i . i Texupenilure Record, j ' IWil) M.i.xnrunii '· I M i n i m i i t n · .... ·' I stance w h i c h jiroducc-s lylic changes in cancer ce.lls t u l l o w i n g i n j e c t i o n , Iho great t r e k of cancer sufferers across the c o n t i n e n t has begun and physicians e v e r y w h e r e aro being sought by their p a t i e n t s to procure this remedy," the j o u r n a l .:fmrnems. "As tli-o j o u r n a l has pointod o u t , various substances have been de- volopod in t h e ]ast. that w i l l produce l y t i c cban;T«K lit cancer culls. " U n d e r tiie.'«; chTimist.Hn^c.? ii, is nothing less t h a n c r i m i n a l l o arouse t l i o hopc'fi of cancer sufferers mid to CEIUM the f a m i l i e s of such s u f f e r e r s to expend dm limits of t h e i r f u n d s to m a k e the journey to California." 500 Yough Boosters Here in Two Weeks Is Goal of Canvassers Citizona of Connollsvllle-anti vicinity who are iutereated Sn tho welfare oC tho city and the s u r r o u n d i n g comm u n i t y are- urged to enroll in the Youghiogheny River Improvement Association. There aro about. i!00 members from tho c i t y at. thi.s time- and it Is hoped that tho 000 mark will be passed w i t h i n less than two weeks. It wan believed, that m a n y persons ·have not becom-ft affiliated \yith the organization becaime- thoy havo promised to a particular member ot the monrbership committee and ho has not seen thorn. Theno ar-6 : asked to s«(. GTS the rolls at once. Frank P. Welkor continues to lead tho canvassers with 135 mcnihc-rshipa. It was reported that 11 r. Walker ox(wets to secure'at least 250 -persons for tho association. UNKNOWN MAN FOUND FROZEN IN AUTOMOBILE DIES AT HOSPITAL Special to The Courier. UNTGXTOWN, Feb. IS--An unidentified man who was found uneoneciouB in an automobile near Blllottaville yesterday died at; 11:25 o'clock Ibte morning at the Union-town Hospital where ho was removed. The car had not been used since .Friday night, The man's hands and feet were- badly frozen. He waw tall, of slender build and about 41 years of ago. There Is m clue who lover as to hie identity. Warning Broadcast Of Bogus $10 Note A. w a r n i n g has been sent out over the State PoUce- teletype system, in- f o r m i n g iMjlire ' a n d m e r c h a n t s to be on the a l e r t for [K.-r^oiia who may a t - t f M i i j n t o p;i-s r o u n U - r f e l ! $10 . h i l l s whii:h Mix; s:iiii l o h a v t ' m a d e ! h i - i r a p i m a r i i u c e . T h o i i i e K y a s e c;nac i n o v u r l l t o itOo- typ« y p a t i ' i ' i l u y i t l ' t o n i u u u . Throng Gathers For Last Rites Over Archabb HEADERS ASSURE 1 HOOVER THEY'LL UP TARIFF By U n i t e d l-'rcsa. Fob. I S . -- T t i ? l a i c Ar r h - abbol. A u r e l i u s Kt.ehlo, 0. S. B., ^-;is b u r i e d in Ht Vincent. Cemetery at. fit. V i n c e n t . College n e a r hero to cay. j H u n d r e d s of pri-er.tn and i - e i i g i jus brothers of the Benedictine Or lor gathered before d a w n in St.. Vinr.o it's Arehabbey O h u r n h , w h e r e the boii oi: Iho Archabbol. Stehle J a y on a ca a!- fal(" a n d offered p r a y e r that o n - t i n u e d u n t i l t h e b u r i a l . Five bishops ;inrl other c h u r c h ' i i g ~ ni Ulrica of t h e B-enodictine and o t h e r orders f r o m various parts of tbo United. States attended for tho'feervico. At 8:4-5 all Lhfi rhapt.or members convened in th« chapter room drc: s-ed in t h e i r :ueulla». At. S : B O the pro Cession to the church was smarted - v i t h m a r c h e r s Dlacod according to seniority. Bishop Hugh C. Boyle, of tbo P i t u j b u r g DiocfrRO, celebrant of th« funeral mnsB brought up the roar. In processions at St. Vincent tho ruk a of seniority require tho younger n em- bors of the order to bo first in lino a n d then g r a d u a l l y tapering off tt tlio oldest. At 9 o'clock Bishop Borl« was ;«at- ed on th-o purple* throne at the nigh a l t a r near tho catafal-qu-o on which the arehabbot's lxdy roct«. Then the c h a n t i n g of the office of the dead was begun and continued u n t i l 10 o lock when Bishop Boylo wont to tbo iltar to say pontiflcul high mass. Th-o offlcers of tho mass wer. Rt. Rov-. H u g h C. Boyle, D.D., c e l e b r a n t ; Very Rev. Felix Fellner, 0. S. B., irior of St.. Vincent ardiafolxsy, '.'res yt«r Assistant; Rev. Callistns Stehle, O. S. B., brother of the dead arch abbot and Rev. Leonard Stenger, O. S. B., 1-resident of tho Bt. Vincent a l u m n i isso- oiation last year, assistant, der.cou; Rev. NopomucM7o Hruza, O. S. B. vice rector of St. Vincent seminary, d'-acon and Rev. Maluchy Brawley, O. :i. B., subdoacon. Tho masters of ceremonies at. the mass were three Benedictine f a t h e r s : Rev. Otto WeiMlol, Rev. Wolfang 1'Tcy anil Von, Father Norbert Rupir«cht. The nvfnlfltrl infer lores were seminarians from the St. Vincent Sem'uury. The r-ttoir was inad-i up ot the special plain chant choir of 100 'oioe-H u n d e r tho direction of Rov. R a y m o n d Ballio, 0. S. B., who presided ;il the organ. Following tho mass Bishop Joseph Schrembs, O.D., oi: the Clr c-laml diocese, delivered tho f u n e r a l oration. Then came the administration if tho live absolutions by the five v siting bishops. After the absolutions the f ineral procession began, tho march to Areh- abbol Cemetery. WASHINGTON TWP. ASKS PERMISSION TO RAISE ULLAGE UNIONTOWN, Feb. 18.--Washington tovrnshfp supervisors this morning asked permission o£ the court to levy a millaKe in excess of 10 mills for the maintenance and improwm-snts of tho roads t h r o u g h the township during tho ensiling year. They claim t h a t the present 10 mill levy will not cover the cost. Testimony will be taken on March 21. MUSIC FEATURE OF EVANGELICAL CHURCH REVIVAL The r e v i v a l services at Hi} First Evangelical Church at Sont i Oon- nellsville, w h i c h opened S u n d a / nif?hU arc growing in interest. The pastor, Rev. M. n. Tyson, is in charge Special music each n i g h t by the :holr is one of tho Inlei-cstins features. There w i l l bo services each night at 7:30 o'clock. Tho choir w i l l have charge on Friday night. The- special m e e t i n g of t i e Kver Faithful Class set Cor Thurs lay liaa been' postponed. Rev. Wille Speaks At U. B. .lleasnro 1'asM's. VVASHINOTOX. I'Vij. IU. --- Tlj..- Muu.se Monday jiassod n measure, w h i c h uov.- STOCK l o tin? K i i n n t e . :\- tenrlirij.' I'or lhr.'" y o u r s i l n - Mnn- I'or oC ;· bridriiv ;t'-i .sj l ! i . K i v c r al. ISI.V.MI-J C i i y , Fa. One huiKlrc! lil'iy porfioi s were present at the revival m e e t i n g last night at the First Unit.^1 IreUircn church to hear llev. C. K. \Villo of Mill Hun who used as his subject, "Cirrist's Three Attacks on tin- SaUuiu; Empire." A largo chorus choir u n d c · the d i - rection of Mrs. F. Sfl.gcrholm rcnd«reil tseveral selections. C a p t a i n C. ,1. Fox of the- Salvation A r m y was presented and accompanied the SOUK aerdce with liiti cornel. A vocal d u e t W U H romleriMl by Mrs'. S. K. f l u e y u.ud M ' s . J. vy. C o l l l i i M at. I h o i.-lo«e of tlio Kt n n o n . T o u i g h l Ttev. ('.··orKtt H. I C r u p i ) of ( h e Firi5t I ' n i l f c d l ' r o , s l i y t c r i a i C h u r c h w i l l l c l i v e v tin- so'uion. ' 'In' two wi'ckM Kcritv of iiiniitiiiH"'* t)i i n « hi'li one!) n i g h l Ml 7 : :in o'clock i. open i n t l i o p u b l i c . (·'(inn Kin- O r g a n i z a U u u ol' i'..e Mi C l e l l a i i i l - t o w n V o l u n t e e r Fire D e p a r t n e n t w a s oi'focU'd M i u d a y t i i s l i t at :i n i e e H u t ; i'i. t h e Uertn.ni ' i ' D W i i K l i i p H f i v l .Si-iiooi I ' t u i l f l i n K Tin; c h i j v t c . v wn.~ ii,?.ii.-(j )· 2'.) new meuilwrii ;iud 1L' ni' i '.: ,ir: io bo sccufotl today. !? Apprehension In B u s i n e s s I'l^sideut Says At Tircakt'a.s(. IS MENACING TO STABILITY Uy l.'nitrd Frcss. \VAS1 li.NtiTON, Feb. IS.-- -PrPSident. Hoover K-ithercd a h a l f dozen Scnato Htid Mouse l e a d e r s about, him at thi* W h i t e rioii.-o hr-e;i.kf;s.st table today and p u t !;(juaroly up to them the necessity of b r e n U i i i B i h e Iegi;jtatlvo jam canr.od by d e l a y iu passing the t a r i f f b i l l . The President, it was learned, informed tlio congressional leadora that, f a i l u r e of tbo Senate (o act -u the t a r i f f Trass cans ing apprehension anioii/r t h e c o u n t ry'H business loaders. It. was made plain that thesu business leaders were disturbed, not, only because of tho lonpr d-elay in action on tho tariff but that they v;ere a p p r e h e n s i v e also lest the Democratic-Independent. Republican coalition In tho Senate lower sonic existing- commodity rates. Those at tending the breakfast were: Republican. Floor Leader Watson of the Senate, Assistant Floor I .vuier McNary, f C h a i r m a n f-'rooot of Uin Donate Fin an co Committee, Speaker JjOTiKWorth of the House, Floor Leader Tllson of the l-fonse and Walter Nowtou, one of (he President's secretaries. Tho Bfinato leaders, il was under- :;lood, assurod Mr. Hoover t h e y would do all id t h e i r power to ob'ain prompt. action ou the t a r i f f bill and Ui« t w o a d m i n i s i ration' t)ills iu the Housu. Tho President, was reprcseutfd r.z feeling Uial (ho business s t a b i l i t y which (lie Administration, in cooperation w i t h t h e country's busiiierp leaders, sought, to bolster f o l l o w i n g (he stoelc market crash' miprht be menaced by failure of the Senile to C o n t l n u e i l on Page Six. WOMAN DIES WHILE WAITING FOR BROTHER ON RABIO PROGRAM Sitiing; d o w n in a chnir Sunday ev:- ning to )ifit«n to her brotlirr broad- castinp from Station WMMN. F a i r - m o n t , \V. Va., Mrs. Norrwan Sami'ir. about '15 .years old, o£ McClflJlandiown was stricken w i t h a heart attack ami died before, medical assistance, cr.ulil be summoned. Mrs. Saiincr, whose maiden r.rsran was Brown, was wcJl known iu this community. She was a foitner resident of Rich Hill, Bullakin towuship, Moyer and Ijoieonring No. 1, later locating at f l f g h House. For several years she ha! resided at McClcllancl- t o w n . Besides her husband, =he is survived by several grown son;; and daughters and two stepchildren, Mrs. Susie Brown of Smithfield and Al!;ert Banner of McCleilandtown. Her mother also survives. The body was taken to the homo of a daughter, Mrs. Paul Cooler, ul Faireliance. The f u n e r a l party w i l l leavo the C'ooley home Wednesday morning at 30:30 o'clock for Paradise Church, Bullakin township, where tho funeral will be held. Mrs. Sanner's husband is an ; uncle of D. T. Sanner of South CHILDREN STUFF BEANS INTO EARS AT PLAY 'it \vae necessary to call «. doctor 'n one case and eeiKi another to tbo UDS- p i t a l after Charles Shipley, eix, and Kichanl, three, BOIK-; pt Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shipley of Chestnut street stuffeti bean,*) into their arc Sunday. Charles wa,H t a k e n 10 the Hospital, while a doctor removed the bean from Ihe tar oi' Richard. EVANGELISM WORKERS MEET THIS EVENING This e v e n i n g at 7 o'clock workers in tlie por.sotiiil evatigcltem tuni])aigi] of f h i ! 1 ' r o l u n t a n t cliurclH'K o f ( h o c i t y w i l l jiK'fl. iit l!u; i.'liri.sl ian C h u r c h to h o a r the p l a n of (he committee, iu charRc for c a r r y i n g on t h e i r work t h r o u g h F.aster i i u d to Peiifecc^t. I Dr. G. W. Buckner j Kiwanis Club Speaker i ------------- I liov. Dr. l i e o r j i i e \V. B u c k n e r , jias- | l^or of t i l e C h r i s t i a n {.'burc.Ji oi CJ»u- D i i s l i u r t i . foriimrly nastur ji! i.lu iuMkl 1 ( ' h r i H l i u u C h u r c h , w i ; 5 be yin^ikfr at ; liK- I I O i i l l l U U f l i e i . n j f t h e - J s i w - J l l i l ' , ji'i-i ni his mUlvi.'-;,' ha:i i;o' ' br'(;n u ( i i i o i i r n - i " i b i i i i.s "il|)(o-ii;l i!. i v/111 l i u v i 1 r i ' l a t i ( i u / ! i . i \Va a !iin,'.;ttin, I in: ·· uca.sion l)ci!i:4 r h o nearest In !ho Uit- 1 I c r ' s i i i i l l l d a y ;;rmivM'Hurv. In ( oMHiiisnU'ncrV office. ' l i i r f i i c c i'J, M J U T . V a i K i o r b i l j r-apr- l i u i i i t - ''.niuity '.:omniii!i-iirin«-!r:-j' ··ttlc«

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