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February 18, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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MA.. l U O IU J'.U, I urs'I\jJUUbVt.ULii!;, fA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY- IS, Tin-,/. P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N M I I d i l i a o r t i rci IM: . i i i c i ( IK su 101 i i n ^ i i i i t ,n I i w . M i I h o i l ,, , 01 n i \ « i c ( , i » MI ( , i i 11 | , 1 , 1 1 1 1 I 111 "- I H H l ( i l l ' 1 1 1 I I t ( 1 i l l I K I I I (I "· M l \\ i j 01 UK l l V ( n. ii ' v I I I ' u -, i l t I i ,uic i b ( U a t i f r bold I " l i t ; * o r « l h n d« u o 51^ U ' ' i M u i r l dMnu V U t i t i M i I 1 ' ) St-K;d s i ) u H P n l I ,1111 ha IK f u i \ i i K ti i . dl Ml uiit M i i ' i i · l In i i i \ sin t t t ( nd d · i i ,n i ,u ( ' i l l 1 (.'low t. t i ill i n i i « ii i n b i s M tl t . r a t i U \ i \ 1 1 K' p i . b I'c i I M ( i t . ' i i o . i f i t i i ii to 1 ' iii- al s i , ( n u n i i lie v. i l l ! i t , i t i t i ! « I tii .-hi t M d u w u I ir i t In iionu d i 11 i I I i l l in boulh ( 011- l i u i i a l U d i» (\u uiu h lels GIVE-IN TO COLD? NEVER! Aunt Het -i UHI I ! I l l ho 1 .,'* M i l \l s ' b »i, -, 101.1 i l l ; i _ -i n t twi b l o t h t M ' M i l l e i and l i t - j . i \|IM M i n o u .Mi-, il l T i j - u i ^ i I M i l-'ia-ik K Hiiilcv «C Ohiopjle i \ ,1 lo V n i ^ o n b u n d a j and \isjted 1 I , I , H \ s son-ui-luw and daughter, M i i t M i s K K ^ o u n k i n Mrs l , i i u \ i \ M t u i r I o n n e l i s v illo rria- t in i ft \\ d i% fc \n I h i i n i M U Ku k ot Catawba, W \ .1 ^ a.- a O o u u H l s v il.o visitor toda M i - J i' K n L ' l i U a (t M"%erbdiile is 'i i est ot i c l . i t i v i - heie ] M i K i U v . u d \ a N - i of Vorth Pros- p t r e t M (outUKNl to her home sin i ,111111111-; irom a spiamecl arm i n I h i t u l i c n i v e l w h e n sho fell on i IK n ' S it in d a \ M i - U e o i f j c M I l o s a c k ot Pittsbuis K M i i n ; at tho homo ot hei mother, Mr \ , P ( 1 , 1 1 k 01 l.i n o l n , i \ e n u o \ n n a X a v i t i h u i Mis, Eliaa- , ' 1 e\ r had a hired g a l m u c h W h r n v e w a s llrbt m a i n e d I l o u l d n ' t ifford on*, an' t h e n by the t i m e v\ could allord it I b i a i c d ti have one a r o u n d ' Just Off the Wire U j I nlted Vfaa. \ NEW Y ' H t K , Fob l b -- - A t q i i i ' i t l o i of the CIii Suteb Steal Company b / the Amen an R o i l i n g Mill Compan/ loomed as a stronpr posiibilUv toda.' as the res lit ot negotiations beUvee i b 01 tho two coiiceins * * * WASH?: OTON, Feb IS --C Evans l l u , recently conflimwl a ^ i - \ 11 i» tt ^ j t » i i v i i * i * . * . . · · ..-... «. Hi v tUlS I I LI 11 ~^ ( ' V v » i » » j ' v « * · · · « · · · ··«-· -both i u b i n k o and J o h n Zcuatchan, all [chiet J u b i ce U t h e I ultetl Stutos, · · ·- ca n t! i at lie Mime- House today to I T * i i H . u k SuiuLay. paj hN re pf ts to Pie ident Hoove 1 and to th uik him tor the appointment * * » MCW Y( RK, Fob IS -H A\ allac" \»ld« 'n. u-fsulont ol tin Chirago Ito.uxl 01 I l u t i i l n n , hat. announced hi had m id" i "t i t \ e ,n l a n R c m c n t s hen to soil "Si OOii )00 v s j i t l i of ( hlc'iis school wa t a n i - . t o f"^ s a i n let o C h u a g o to i h r i s MRS. JAMES S.MMINS, WIFE OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY CORONER, DEAD sp i i i 10 lln* Coiulai ^ ' 1 , 1 \ p i U f w \ S \ N T , Ffb 1^ - Mr" ( ( II i ^ M I I f 11 i r l d n - ."7 .,( us old i i i ' o o clock this n i o i n i n g at hu hme- in Mu:i st.caU after A 11 ri f i i _c 111 n - \ 11 u ^ us w is i rl i t i g h t e r of tho \o one Jiced sia\ home to l o n q u e i i cold, or \ \ a i t cl.xs s to he all ucl of i t I 'ape s (, old t (impound ^ i l l take a\vav t h a t a t h v f c f l i n g and 5orcii"-s in a i i u n ' 'I akc 'onie of these Ii irm- losslittlewhite tablets and break-up your (old before it has a i hanre to make } on i i i s e r a b l e . Pape's ( old Compound is handy to cair'i a "d plea.'iant to take;d.-iy dniggist hat i t for o n l y joe a package. \\hy go about xsuh ecb watering, and nose r u n n i n g , or a head that's all btuffed-up \shen binh ceiUui iclicf la available^ LEADERS ASSURE HOOVER THEY'LL SPEED UP TARIFF i u n t i n n t j I r i t u i P i g e Orf t e q u e s u d in of I,ONDO\ U h 18 -- C i i o i ^ c Le\ques m n i i - i t i t d uui uu. in the receii T a i d l e u t b i u o .md nov. l a n l v l u p PYi uch df trate at t h a Uv-powei N a \ a l ( ' o u t i f w a s allc*! t o toda.\ l " m -, i I !' M ° f t 1M1BOM A i U . F e b I S -- F'e' ut Sh-- «.,, bom a n d . U 1 ) U (U ^ , c v s enga5(( , 1(1I had « a \ Hs.uv.l heu 5-ne v c a H j , , ^ (i , , ( ^ J v u l p ,..,,, i M i u b i i o ' ' 1 HI H! I! et.nen j f .| ( |n) j ) l f c , , fl|1 ,, iii.ircie 01 mnulei t h i i H ' i m l o p j i Mil ui\ 1'ai ! SI ite High M . r , - u t i o / j t h l , m l l ) , i ( h« \ lui i.vii I --he is turvU- ( i,\. \ i j n I · i .utd lani" 11 J i i d \ - . . ' ' , M J '' i i n i i , i i , i I I Ut ( i , I i 11 i , \ ,, j ,! i \,\\ i l \ ii !)( in V o i ' n t | i ' i i l i if '' p a t i u l tan ei f tod a t ' \ K \ V \ ( to i n j o u at 1U .,,,, _ ,, 1 tt) I 1 * -S , i 1 l l l R O t T i i i M s n i ' m o i i f i t u m d u in,? t t a p a i w i n k ,iHl iun)ro\e- n i 'it a l o ^ i-, uoU 1 I n l h j i r U c b f . t u i l i l t , ' \» a i l e p o i l i i t t(.i(lu the tariff the presidential WASHINGTON, F( b l.S -- P i o h i b t - tiou w a s torcel to plaj second llcldle on t apitol Hill today an a i e » u l t ot ·the Whtt«}' UOUSP bmikfaht c o n t e r o i i t p and the gonoic.1 debate in tho boaute that followed the meeting. 1'aramount In the list ot topics iif- cusaed was the tsuilV bilbd v , l \ U h caused the l/egiblativc jam that prompted President Hoover to «um- inon totu;r«jbtional leaders £or todt s c o n f e r c n i e Closo bthuid the t a i i H in tho nuniher ol \\ird« enipiajod the recent fight o \ c r confuiiiutmn Chiet J u a t l c e llughos Tho Itughca fl«ht wan brought up ,it tho Wlnto JIoiiM- nnv?t!ng, it \\m undoiatood but I t e p u h l u a n Floor Loader AVateon ilcf nded in Senate d Ixitc tho A d m i n l ^ i t r Uion "silfiico ' pol- K y din Ing the f l f h i While Sonatn- DomocraU wore e n loving tho debate i n w h i c h KPiiaUu I'at Hlrrlnon Democrat, Mlnblb%-ippt, marlo i p \ e i a l pouilod letoi c n t e s ( on c o i n i n g TornuM P i c n l d e n t Coollilnc'i li!|i (o tho Golden (iaU*-, " r lhe p r o h l I h i t i o n lonforc-nro was l e f t to the Hout-e w h i c h nUo ^itnee 1 -^! an attack upon the Administration by Hoprefsoiitative Joseph H j i r u ' s , h a i r n u t n of the Domo- cratic IOUKI usaional commlttcx; I1\ rnc*, laui rttpont»ibillly for u n o n i p l o j n i r n t and i n t i u tria! d o p t o t h l o n to Vreiklont lloovoi and tho Ilo-publi- « u party ai-n«»rtlng thn I'jcsidont h a i l 1 f r i l l e d to niako good his pr e l e r t l o i i plfdg^h of ( ontimu'-d p i o s p p i l t } The chlet prohihUion df \olopmpnt w.u« iho a n n o u i u e m o n t ( H«pro«i"tn t h o C'hrlhfopherton Kt v pubii a n , Snutl, Dakota t h a t tiie ilomi J u d i i lury ( om init'ee, nta\ l e n i i t i ^ t h e n t i r e Jono« law a-, a basis for com I p r o t e d u i e in p i o h l b i u o n PAR? ! p !^ RULE LAID FORENSIC LEAGUE ELIMINATIONS ARE BEING PLANNED i; i , i v ·' i t son ot \ i ( o, b l i u i u · ' t" 'a t h . i t p i t j k ' H E ; \ \ i l t |, i o \ ' (.111 D l l «!!· ^ H t ^ Of M U l l M ! f i k i r a v \ U ( be i i l ' u \ V P - I Hide ot the stuTt He . k 1 m t o i t i t - to (imo t h r o u g h ii / t \ n l a i e f u l h as thi w n ' t b o 1 tho ^ t i ^ p t t r e a t v j , H h 1,/iudoi « (.ondi t i o u t l i 'av i p(i 1 ii''in'4 t^uit peib MI ped- l i l n - , i s t l l i u s ; f r o m ho ^f to houso 1T 1^1 i i n i i H M i ' i U I ' e i s n i i s \v ho l i * ( ho s t i t u t e w i l l bf arr( i u 'ed, lu MRS. LUCINDA SANDERS 58 CALLED BY DEATH li ; ucuula bHiuleid, f9 ytsua old, · u i d o u ' Abialiam bandoiii, Uted at J 0 hi k iiii^, mot uiiiK at tho home i£ hei t o n u-law and daughter, M i . end M i s I A B u t h n o U of Si»ungfitld i n k t HI t o u t of the ( i t v limits, tol- liMMiit, HI i l l u e of about six e u f \ n s uH'Ser-, w j - Vioru in 1 ' i t n t t n ( i u , i ! \ \ n i V i r g i n i a , a n d uimo to ' c i n i i t , \ I n - \ v h o n ver young and hod t-[HMi i i ii IK i l l } all ot hei hte in tins v , ( n i i t \ --In 1 n t - u i \ n t d by tho tol- ! nvnii, ii U ' i f ' i \ii j Mary C. Duch- l i o l / . M ' 'i v hom brio made hor home, M i s I i i ''.loom ( u l o u l a l -No. 3, l,i \v,- I , . u u u U i i Lfanytown, tirocno l o u t i t i i M i l I''ianK o i n a l i f y , bea- i i i , h i ^ i w i i b ^ and T h o m a s h.iuder«, I ' l K i i f d i l i .UK| lainoo Satidera, l'nitol ~,i i i s \ i \ % 'I h e r o a i o U randi hil- , r n «im -i ?n*it K i . i u d i hildren !'un"-i 1 i i r a n s e m r n t B have not been 1 « u n p i f " l l);ui'c)itt'i Horn. h t i t Mi J u h n Mull* n o t Mason\n\n\ ,in o u ' K f ihi l n v t U .£ a daugh- H i 1 t b u.1.1 -, 11 in tho L m o n t o A n VI i is ait pi emotion t ion in Set v a n i a Kou and A C O t t a t p 'I i'a I l'.i b«« tiou w i t h the h t i p s to woi ilaU v s havt mi t ts Vc c o r d i n g tht» set tioii iiifi ( is lo uunty, tho thr 01 ( hcst' Other ovt l o l l o w s (nation a ini; in Beav bring completed ioi the it iKt sectional tompetl- ou \o 7 of tha t'Pimsyl- ali League, w h i i h om- ttc Gioono, WaiihtuJttoo, id, Soineiiet Allegheny countios, tmoic oL South A-estprn SMS ( ollege at C a l i f o i a U , il d i r t t t o i , niet iocenll adi ot the v t r l o u i couu- out ai raiiK^mants TS'o seloclcd to i thu Hand in I'i mo au c o u o t v \ lolin, co inoi i land c( ' 'hoi us e Kioups, hoj Fa w i l e t o n Small lu' with t u o o incuts and j titrutut'Uts, i and to the plans oulhuod 1 debate and ' J i t h e s l r u bf held In Washington debate *tt C'iUiforiua and i at Oharlerol its will he f O B d u c t c d as id extomiJorancous spcak- i ( o u n t j i Sotneidct count) IcKoespoif venal solo iu G t e c n o net and clarinet in West- u u t y i her large 01 small 10-al 01 girls, or mixed, m ity iumenial joiroupa, pi?no, tluee orchestra iiiblru- lario with four 01* flve lu- i Allegheny counly groups, brasH, wludwood t Mone'jsen Ml BRAD00CK C. E. , AT DUNBAR REVIVAL Mcmbeia ol tho M o u n t BraddocU C h i i s t f a t i Kiidwor Society ' K i l l attend the* lovival 8«-ivicea t o n i g h t ut the Methoditl P r o t M i u u t P h u i t h of Dunbai The s c r \ ! i p s a i p being i o n ducted by the pastoi, Hov \\ S llam- l l t o n All nl the KncU-avoieta planning to attend aro aakud to meet at, tho M o u n t Bradrtock h u r o h at G 45 o'clock The e n t i r e c h u r c h m e t u h o i B h l p ia i u \ l t o d WILLIAM i VARE AGAIN CANDIDATE FOR U. S. SENATE I F A , i'Yb 1S - T h e nominating petition of W i l l i a m S Vart tor lua t a n d i d a c v lor the Republican nomination foi t ' n i t f d b t a t t s Kenatoi in t!w May primary election w i l l he c i r c u l a t e d hero tomoirow, j.ci oi,dins j to a htory published in the I'luhulol- i pina livening B u l l e t i n today f i o n i it-. t correspondent at Varc's homo, Si L n c v , yia Tlie a n u o u u i pint-nl., accoiding to the IBullotiu ouesiiondtmt, was nwde- at St I-iiicy today by lames M JIa/lett recorder oC dec-its h^re, Stato benatoi oamuel \V K.Uu.s and William II Douglas, Vare's private secretary jiiht beloio they started on then l e t u i n to Philadelphia Warden Ashe Speaks To Uniontown Rotary S S a ' d e u i- a n l e y P Ashe of the* Webtein Pen t e n t i a r y was the speaker at tho w e o U l l u n c h o o n ol tb,« Uniontown Hotarj Club today The address was a genor I discussion of the penal i n s t i t u t i o n o \vhich he liai charge Mi Ash'i \ as t o i m e r l y itu.ptrintend- f i i t 01 the it hooh «i Coi e Choice of Wisdom SALE OF RANK EQUITY IN PROPERTY APPROVED UNIONTOWN, Fe 18--The - e m i t this morning ga^p 1's approval to Iht sale by the CituuiD Title TiUot Company of the bank'n e q u i t y in Uir Keutone Automobilo Company property in We-^t Main street to the t o i - iiu'i'd alockholdfii 1 * of the automobile coucei n Tlio bank behi a aoto againnl the company toi $b,SOO and a second mortgage tor 1100,000. " The sale was made foi $1,260, which is ^50 hisjhei than its. appraisal LOITERERS ARE TOLD TO LEAVE ' l l u e u boyh w ho i \ e i e aiH'Sted i f .' 10 o'ciocK t h i s n i o i n i n g - a t HIP H a i t i 11010 . Ohio di'pot on a f o i u u l 'aus- from the Gardem" In Packets and individual Tea- 798 · jut ii t o w n by Muyoi 3) R M i n e i d . i They w e i e loitering about the build \ s s i b l u n t Chiel ol Police Andrew riiouittn und Palioljnau Jacob .Mllloi ' took tlaciii into custody. ' ihoy gdvo then uauics a«. John 10, Koborl ( o l b b i u , 1C, a n d ! ljj?ec, la, dll oi bmock, I Seasonal Gown of Satin CKVSTAl NECK I/AC POINTED IEMWNE "Before I began E. PinkhamN Vq pound I v a we down, cou d not f troubles \v\\n }\CQ (f}rty-'thre-).Life Nothing did me a I tried the Vcg pound. I am on m anJ3 canmttecoi highly. I fe:l like". and 3 rcall think been dead if 1 had I think evei y lady t t at the C h a i Eunice M. Word Spartarifmrg, i,outh taking LydJa etable Com- k and run- eep and had ne at my age vas a misery, y good until table Com' third bottle imend it too new person would have not taken it. tught to take ge."--Mrs. v, Route 4, Carolina. LIQUOR CACHE FOUND UNDER FLOOR AT HOME OF JOSEPH AGUSTO An improvised pocket or trap f o u n d u n r t e i n e a t h the sftoud floor of the- homo o£ Jo x Agusto in tho icar ot 120 \Vost P ach .strcot Monday when h i K r o h i d c i K o w a H iakted by c o u n t y i n d cit polico, ftctouling to autbori- tii". A f t f r po'lco a i e t»nid to h a \ e found about f o u r gallons of moonshine and a id.'go iiumbor of rnipty bottles in tlii? MK i et trap Agiiiito wan taken to U n i o n t o w n and arraigne/1 l«foro an aldcirtuui m a eharRp of \ l o l 4 t i n g tho 1'niiot 'o,ws U p \\a.s held in the county Jail ioi UK Ma: eh t c r r n ot court in di f a u l t of T 1,000 bull, polico r e p l''f)Ui i n m a t n - i wore ariaigncd hcforo Muyor If U M u i o t t l this morning and \vi !· f i n r i l T l ' ) w i t h the privlle-ge of ( i ^ n t d.'v-i The tv,o l o u u t y de-tec- \\\* and a f n i n n t o w n con.'ilahlo 1 were am «ttfd l)^ PotioUJinn Charles, Ne/ in The i aid JOHN F. RIST SUES COUNTY FOR DAMAGE TO HIS PROPERTY L'VIONTUWN, Fob 18--Suit Cor ?! 000 \\ai iribtituUKi yos*terclay asainst iho (ouriti of Tuyctte by John K, Rlst I i Huilslcin t o w n ^ l i t p , who"* charge* lha! his land at C i o s . i Roada was daniugod to ilial o\tcnl hy the reloca- t i o n ol the H o t t d a I c - \ V a l n u t Hill(. 10^^ KoaiN ma t when tho thorough- t no w a s i r n p u n t M l '1 hi' pliiiiU fl "i laud conaistH of nine ao os in j o t a n g n l i i t toini, tituated in t h e n agio at thn j u n c t i o n of tho Mount I J le(i-,ant load w i t h the former Walnut I I i l l l o a d In th* i dotation ot tho road it w a s i n n diagonally through the Hist t i a c t , h ' , i \ i n g thu'o and a. half aci on oiu» iide m i d f o u r and a half on tho otlH'i, thf icraaind«r being app i o p t i a k d ioi foud purposes in addition to greatly adversely .ttfof t i n g t h o valu-o ot the property by f i i t t n i K it in t u a l u , the p l a i u t l f T sets to) tli t h a t t w o ' p r i t i K H h a v e been ruin- v(\ u n d tha,t it will ho netessaiy to l 1,515 foot o£ w i f e fence to tho p r o p c i l y you ever stum We on dark cella r steps? ..plenty of light from the right size bulb is the best accident insurance you cart take out . . i: a :o Coinmiltees Appointed. Tlio Smile Cla-s.s and the Willing Workcis ClcUiH ol the IQaet Lllwrty P r o h b y t ^ i i a u Church met tail evening at tho home of Uorg( Altr«i McBur- noy foi t h e ipgulai monthly sessions, The now p i p s i d o n l , Grace Collins, had charge ind appolutel the following committee*, Social, CJrace Strieker, Jcnnnettc 3ovo and lI1Wa Baker; o u t e r l a i m n o n t , Mary Blanche LOTC, M a t i o \Vorkman| Margaret Shatter and Lury R U r k , flowor, Bthcl Mae Collins, Virguetta MiHei and Mdilha Edwards. After the busiiiem period, a social h o u r wa« held It was in charge of ICverqlt Buli \ d«Hciau» lunch was ,servetl by the host. Mr*, R B, Bainer is the teacher of tho Smile Glass, and Mi Banier, tachor of tho Willing \VotKer6 Class Guests were Mr and Mrs Geoigo Levergood and tannly of J,ibort. Use CkiSMlfied Ads, Kebults quickly follow. HELI*$VOUR CHILDREN GROW, GCfrOP T6ETH BETTER LIGHT means SjiJBR S TAIRS CHICHESTERSPJLL8 -° S * v JM"£ l*Aih Tonr OrajlilH f»/Sw -'bi «!io4.ler«Il«a«na ·r««d/yvV F l l l . l n tlod «na «.!« »eS)ll«SjKr lx»«, iMltil vllb Blm Xllb«a, Vy Cast of Persona 15 Trained Dancing Choruses The Mozart Club presents "WHY NOT" The Vivacious Musical Comedy at the High School Auditorium Wed, and Thur. Evenings at 8:15 February 19th and 20th Reserved Seats $1.00 General Admission 50c Beautiful Cosicumes and Scenery Big Choral Ensemble 1 Re-Opened Under New Management The COLONIAL RESTAURANT 133 North Pittsbuprs 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" -Is Our Motto. *. .-- - -* *- { k SAFE- CONSERVATIVE STRONG" KEEPING TRACK OF CASH ia difficult and tiresome. You can handle your money much more easily -- and -with greater safety, too--in a Checking Account here. The Second National Bank welcomes Checking Accounts from all parts of Fayette County. Resources Exceeding :$3,300,000.00 OLDEST BANK IN CONNEU.SVILLE IECONID IF you have something to sell and are in · big harry to sell it, let the clffjsified advertising department of The Courier prove it» ability ax a «peedy and efficient ·alee medium.

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