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\ PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COURIER, COrWELLSVILLE, PA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc cttarge 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- 4ds to Be Run 3 Times Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash, 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5! average words to each Sine. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate Phone 12 or 13 for arli Ad-Taker Speaa/--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Spea'a/ No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines' Announcements Card ot Thanks LIBORIO--We -wish to take this means of thanklns our many kind neighbors friends and relatives for their many kind acts of Kindness and sympathy extended us during our recent sad bereavement the illness and deith of our dear father and grandfather Sanducci Liborio Especially do v,c desire to than c hose who tent the beiuti ui flowers those v.ho r o WntHy donated the use o their cars and all hose -who so kindly assisted us in any v. i Raftacla Tra\aglio Providence R I Antoneti IsapoliHo Chicago III Automotive Automobiles tor Sale Personals MEN OLD AT 40! -- Get pop New Ost^ej. Tonic Table's contain raw oyster in\ igontors -nd other stimulants One dose starts new pep Value SI 00 Special price S9c Call write Urion Drug Co Strayed Lost Found 10 LOST--Black Scottie mi e Fho-ic 348 AI* OTHER S P E C I A L FOR TODAY! 1937 FORD STANDARD COACH- HAS NICE BLACK FINISH GOOD TIRES UPHOLSTERY IN FINE CONDITION NOT A SCRATCH ON THIS CAR A REAL BUY DOWN PAYMENT $120 BAL V\CE IN 12 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF S18 P2 FIRE THEFT AND COLLISION IV SUR\NCE INCLUDED IN ABOVE PAYMENTS G M A C TERMS (Tht. Best) M/ SON MOTOR COMPAN1 CHEVROLET SALES «. SERMCF 127 W APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 SEE Tins S P E C I A L FOR TODAY! 937 CHEVROLET DELUXE COUPE-- WITH BEAUTIFUL G R E E N DUCO FINISH VERY GOOD TIRES ONE OWNER CAR WITH ONLY 14000 MILES EQUIPPED ·WITH RADIO AND HEATER GUARANTEED IN WRITING DOWN PAYMENT 5150 BALANCE IN la MONTHLY PAY- MINTS OF S248B FIRE THEFT AND COLLISION INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PAYMENTS 1 G M A C The Easiest Terms Available MASON MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE 127 W APPLE STREET PHONE I Open Evenings 1 Open Sundays I OF L A S T ! YOUR CHOICE I SIX (6) 1034 FORD V-8 DELUXE 4-DOOR SEDANS EVERYONE IN THE VERY BEST OF CONDITION ALL HAVE BEEN THOROLGHLY INSPECTED AND HAVE THE NEW INSPECTION TAGS ON THEM HliRRY COME IN TODAY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE PRICE EACH ?105 The Best Of Terms Arranged To Please You! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FORD DEALER W CRAWFORD 2nd ST PHONE 401 Open Evenings! Open Sundays! USED CARSI SEE OUR SELECTION! E E VAN SCOY INC 253 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE ^43 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 56 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away squire about our j early rate Open Evenings! Open S u n d d j s ! VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY GOOD USED CARS 321 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 8 Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHERS UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS FURNITURE REPAIRS . RLCOVERINGS PHO"JE 9045 32? SO PITTSBURG ST Employment nclp Wanted--Female 32 BECOvlE A STYLIST--Extend « CustOTi- made diess and suit service to the manv Vvorrer \\ho nLed ind desire t a new unique ser\ cc free personal training Intelligence rernemtnt orly essential* Pay daily on commission irnngement V. rite Box 10 cire Courier \VANTED--Apent for Neuton Prodac s Ine in \ i c i r i t j ol Mo\or Pa Good comrm-TSiQ-ib md bonu c e^ Write AI Clur E Mullen Dist Mgr 100 rst St South ConnUl=xil!c WANTED--Cir for ccncral housework Three in famil 404 ZliZT St Kelp Wanted--Male 33 LAUCE NATIONAL CORPORATION-W 1! accept applicat ors for locil bales po tion Immeciatc income 11 d fm. future References required Write Box No 800 In care of. this piper for personal in'erUcw Financial Need Money NEED CASH--In a burrs' 1 W e l l lend ou $300 or less on j o u r signature Personal F narct. Company Phone Si Livestock Does, Cati Olhcr Pets 47 FOH SALE--Femalt mmries 50c each Phone 37% 1008 Vint, Street Horses, Cattle Other Stock 48 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFT FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1311 T D GARDNER 6IGB. GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R Laushlin--INSUR- ANCE See ne for rites 309 Firs National Bank Building Phone 520 Moving Trucking, Storage FOR MOVING PHONE 50 DULLS .TRANSFER CONNELLSV1LLE PA "FOR BEST SERVICE I Modern Storage For Household GoodK LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving Millers Transler 153 East Crawford Avenue, Phone 183 Printing, Engraving. Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Hand Blllsl-- BlndinE!--Canine Cards! Bill Heads]--Letter Headsl For Rent Cardsl--For ba'e Caroat No Trespassing SlRn a 5*o r Sa el All Wo k Fully Guaianteedl All At Reasonable Rates) COURIER JOB PEPAflTMETT PHONE 03 DAILY COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE 01 Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A- A Clarte Pa G DrllKRM, 323 North Plttsburc Stregt. Phone 1^4. OLR CLASSTIED SERVICE is as near as your phone Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met without any further trouble on your part TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10 21 31 20 16 2"? M 17 3.6 22 IS 23 ACROSS 1~A fish 6--Bed 10--So bo It 11--Sufficient 13--Empire 15--Marshal 16--Urload IS--Prefix mean ing bat! 20--Cire for medically 21--Irritable 22--Stjllsh 21--Flame 26--Unit of electrical resistance 29--To trost 31--A cosmetic 33--Petition 35--Roams 37--Merit 38--Persian com 39--\\ant 24--Goddess of 32--A flsh love and 33--So (Scotch) beauty 3-i--Extremity 25--Like ale 3u--Symbol for 27--Fervid tin* 28--Gloom 37--Prefix s SO--Undefiled £mg m Answer to previous puzrle DOWN 1--Father 9--Natural phi- 2--In the midst losophy ol 12--Merry 3--Letter C 14--Color 4--Half on em 16--Arid i--Exist 1"--Kind of tree »--Not likely 19--Rdpcntanl 7--Correlative regret of neither £0--T pc gtriiis ne of the (abbr ) Moslem 22--Vv eep people 23--A pronoun FOR SALE--TV.O p i l r pi$ ten week* ild J .L W Uttms Country Club Merchandise Articles for Solo SI FOR SALF--One ton cnpic H electric feed mS\cr b-»b chicX baltco brooder I j l n c ncsn t t, 5ic ctt Cheap f r cabh Shuts} Poullrj farm Phone J3 6 Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 14 FOK HENT--Second floor apirtn ci t Smut? Building 715 Crav. ford Avenue West Stdt. Farms and Land for Rent FOR HFNT--30 acres on pived road near Connclls\ilic Five room house con vcnl"nccs birn rarage «2°i 00 Union Ttcaltj Compin\ Frate nal Home Building Union town Pa Wanted--To Kent 81 WANTED--S inll cottage furnished or unfurnished outside cnmdec. ection or furnished room in i house 'Hunted v, here doc pen can be cr«.ctf"J Write Bo\. 332 Somerset Pa Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate ITS A bllAME--Tint -\ ou cannot find a litmse lor ren bu ou ain I seim nothing j c Better fcu now a t present prices Ttrmsl PEHER n WFIMTR WEIVEK \nCADE PROPERTIiS FOH SAIE OR RENTl T C PHAi-LN SO CONT^ELXSMLU:!: PA PUOVE 975 Houses for Sale FOH HALF! -- FOR SALE! SVi DEIt STRFET--Three roo-i house ·with electric Rood condition v.ill sell for S2 0 A TiiAL BARG \ I N - I o c T ce! on the South iue A modern home priced to ·^cll a S3 1 0 ]r quire "AbL G W \GOVEK lOOH W C R A \ V O n D AVF PHOTOS 148 OR fa ALE--Six ooin hou-.e v.-ith b a t h ncir Ho p! al J2 000 FI\t. ROOM HOLSL--With batn on p^cd itrtt t *C50 RQBFPT NOHRIS PI ONE 505 FOR S Vl-i.--S x room hoiJMr and six acre* Jii"t ouKldt. ot C ly Urn Is V* si P McNUi/n EAGILS HLDG PIIOJTI 1"CO Building Materials 53 COMPLETE LJ^E--Of Scrota Williams Pilnts for tiler in ind extcrlo purports S one - Work Phone 1700 Farm Equipment S5-A SEVEV JNCbBATQRS- For vile Corn- p-iciti from 60 lo GOO A 1 condition Chcup to quick huj er N V. Hcm- rr nf,tr R D 2 Mt. P c-i'.ant Phone Scotidile 4115 H 11 Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! HERE S HOW--You can find * market. lor your farm products your farm Implements your dairy products your live stock and household goods by run nine a srmll inexpensive ad In our Classified Sec Jon There you will hnd mary people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Daily Courier covers a large area and your advertisement wili be read by many people who are looking for Just the thlrga you have for sa e NOTE All class Red ads ire payable in advance YOJ will find our rates In the above Classified Heading Auctions--Legals \uctionccrs Auction Sales 9( \ D M I M V n i v r O R S NOTICE ESTAJ*E OF MARGARET MILLER I ilc of Sal lick Township F i \ e te Couni J a cnns\ Iv-inlT dccei ed LellL s of Admtnlitritlon on tne nbote csta e h a v i n g bt.cn printed lo tht. under- igncd notice is 1 c-eby gl-.cn to all persons indebted to the snid decedent to make i i j m e n t to the uidi_rs!gned with out deinj and ill person*) having cHJm or dt-mards attaint sild estate are requested to make known the same Jo oph H Miller Administrator Indian Head Pa Arthur A Browr Atto-nc} 2Cjan f t thurs Fuel Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD I UMPY -- K u n of m i n e coal 100 bu 8t 50 bu Ot. 2s b\. 12c delivered Cabb Phone 2037 Frank Kohal a GENUINE--Washington Run Coal Low price VVm Dull Sc Son Phone 107 or call Dawson 32C1 and 3C31 Household Goods FOR SALE--Apartment electric washer t.India couch f a t top defies d essers day beds coal and tis ranges and lots of other art Ues at bargain prices DULLS STORAGE L2 EAS1 PEACH STREET PHONE 50 SEE MERVIS FURMITUTVE COVPANY-- FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT NORTH PJTTSBURG fcT PHONE 2020 COMBINATION---Gas and coal ra*if,e ir very Rood condition priced to sell Piul Wagoner 1009 W Crav, ford Phone 148 Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE YOUK BIG WHITE THEN BRING THLM TO THE COURIER OFFICE WILL PAY YOU tN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN AT 5c PKR POUND Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR REi\T--Two nice j furnished rooms for Ugh hou ckeeping Cent al loci i o n 232 E C i a u f o d A v e n u e WHEN YOU HWE something -fthich you would 1 ke to soil jus cii! 12 or 13 Cor a Classified ad ake Your ad on this page \\ill suiely catch t i e cjes of inter CbUd buyers A FEW MINUTES spent In looking o % c r he clisb *ied ads each day will save you minj hours and dollars in getting just w h a t j o u w a n t PHONE 12 Oi 13 for an Owl Basketeers Drop Two Hard Contests lo Dunbar and Cornels The Ouls baiitetball quirte dropped a pair of games ovei th uock-end losing a hard fough 21-18 conte-t to Dunbar C A C befoie b»ins walloped by thi Comets to he tune of 45 31 The summaries Owls G F Pis Younkm I 2 0 ' Byine £ 0 1 Smyth c a I Dixon g _ 3 0 i Hart, g 2 2 i Totals 7 4 li Non-scoring substitute--Ev^ns Dunbar C A C G F Pts Canrso 1 0 1 IXovir;, f 0 0 0 Jnek c 0 0 0 Mi-ell g 2 0 4 McCuskor, g -- 0 0 0 Cojrtney g 3 0 6 Young £ 3 0 6 Biuns, o _ 2 0 4 Totals Score bv quaiteis Owls Dunbai C A C 10 21 3 3 2 10--18 1 4 8 8--21 Comets Dorunac f Ryan f Haitm n c Connell g Galiaid g Totals Owls Younkm, f Halt I ans Biadj G 2 2 8 4 5 21 G 7 3 1 1 1 13 F Pts 2 G 0 4 0 16 CHAPTER ONE WIPING HER feet on the door mat with mechanical precision, Lena Ackerman wished, fervently that Mrs Peterman might not ob- ser\ e her entrance Make her be in the kitchen . Don t let her see me . Mai e her be in the kitchen ' she kept repeating over Bid over to herself to a chlldiah refrain as s -*e opened the door cautiously a"d tip-toed through the hall to the stairs Her heart thump-: ing \\ith much apprehension, as if 1 ahe had just robbed a bank she stilted up, taking the steps one at a time, trying desperately to be qute^. Half way up she paused and clinging to the bannister, lis ened Intently Voices were coming down from above A man s tones low and rumbling and a woman s high pitched and querulous Lona s spirits sank Mrs Peteman was in the upstairs hall 1 Interviewing a new boarder probably And she d have to pass them to reach her room No getting OIK of it now, unless she went back down the stairs and out into the street again The eter nal street she had been walking all day 1 The sickemng 1 grinding pavement 3\o she couldn t do that She couldnt go back out there 1 Even lacing M"3 Peterman was prefer able to that. Straightening her slight figure resolutely, she marched on up the stiirs her shoulders flinging them- sch e*j back tleiiantly, her brown liiur making a halo about her set young face After all she had done nothing wrong--as vet 1 She was no criminal to be sneaking about a\oicmg people Tne worst Mrs Teterman could do was to put her out for not paying licr rent* Put her out on the street again, . . . Don t lot her speaK to me . . . Make her not speak to me · ·" her mind kept sa ing 01 er and over again aa ant trod on each step It was odd the way things had been saving th ma elves UKc that Inside her head all dav W hencver she tried to plan there seemed to spring up a little refrain, quite \n- eiepcndeiu Of v^hut she wanted to be thin kin w Perhang It w as the result oC tramping so much lately w i t h o u t eating any lunches And then last night bhc had had no supper hod been afraid to come down- ttairs here at the boarding house afraid to face Airs Peterman She winced at the thought of the two weeks the woman had given her the last time she had been unable to pay her board Two weeks that had been up jestcrdaj At the top o p the stairs she fitopped sjddenl} and waited StimJinr ui the hall were Mrs Petermin ind a strange man In one hard the womin car r ed a bunch of keys and her face lighted un when she saw Lona 1 v e been lookirg for you Miss Ackerman she said in her clacked bfg city voice This gentleman heie is hunting a room and sirce ou tola me ou were thinking of--ah--of mov ing 1 I took him In to see yours She jingled her kes ind peered at Lona through the gloom of the halU Then she turned to the man This is the young lady I ve been telling jou about, she said significantly ' If you don t mmd going down to the parlor and \\aitng I I I sort o"--talk things over with her ' She beamed on him For a morrent he looked at Lona doujtfull He was a tall joung fellow with brown ee^ that made Lona remember, illogically, the brown spaniel she had once owned The land that hud his 1-at was hard looking and marked by work She taw that v ith a thrill of emy Wo k r What w o u l d n t she gi\ e to he able to stretch out her own white hands and match callus for callus' \\ork I ha'-e to hurry the young lady ' 1he man looked from her to the landlady doubtfully But Mrs Peterman would have none of his objections The parlor's the room to the right she directed 111 be do vn in a. lew mmtiteb I m sure you won t mird waiting ' When he had gone she turnec to Lona Well, dearie, you see how it is she began ' Yes I see how it Is Lona v\ is trying desperately now that the moment had come, to keep her Hhouldera scraight, lier chin up xhe man looked from Lona to the landlady doubtfully 111 go and start packing she said brushing past Mrs Pcterman and into her room door It w o n t lake me long You can tell your-prospect I ve decided to move She even managed a crooked smile Oh listen here now dearie' Mrs Peterman followed her and stood in the doorway jingling her keys You musn. t take it like that I hate to see you go, but I--it seems to me it would be worse for me to let you stay on All you have to do ii hunt up a Y \V C A. They take care of girls like you, and it won t cost you a cent If I let you hang on here you 11 be pilin* up room rent you can t pay gom in debt . . It s really for you** own good ' She broke off and watched Lona aa she coggedly pulled her pitifully oelongmgs from the drawers of the rickety dresser and threw them into her battered suitcas* When the girl did not answer ahe went on again uneasily Im a widow and I got to look out for myself You understand" that, don t jou ? You cant blame me AH jou got to do is hunt up a ' They 11 see joure taken care of . Lona picked up the picture of her motner from the dresser top closed Its folder carefully, and thrust it into the su-tcase . . . \vhy didn t the woman, go' ... \Vhy did she stand tl ere talking' . Wh didn t she go' ... The refrain was running through her mind again 111 forget what you owe me Don t woiry about that And Id like you to stay on But I m a poor widov, and you cant blame me ''Ahen you re through with your packin come down and 111 give you your supper Its a little early, but cone to the kitchen If you want me to III look ^p the nearest Y in the phone book " Don t bother' Lqna said tonelessly 111 get along ' Ihen with. a sudden overwhelming relief There s the phone ringing Youd beJer go . . When she was rid of her at last Lona shut the door and sat down wearily on the bed A sudden impulse to burj her head in the pillows and refuse to move for anyone se zed her The sense of un reality tn«*t had been haunting her for the past few weeks became doubly viv d This couldn t be she this penniless girl who was being driven out into the street. . This terrible thing couldn t be hap- penirg to her* It must be a dream a nightmare ftom which she would wake soon to find herself back in her old job at the cffice All this couldnt be real Lne couldnt be treating her hke thi c ' Sitting the~e on. the bed she looked about her at the shabby ht- t e room that had been hei hom« these last few years She had never felt any real liking for it It was ugly ard drab the furmlure was worn and old, the rug was dingy. But it was he" home And she wa3 leaving it 1 Was being put out by that garrulous drab of a landlady and that brown eyed man in the parlor . ' It can t be true . . " her mind kept sajmg as she rose and went on lifelessly with her packing It can t be true . . . It can t be true ' And then came a knock on the door Mom sas your supper s ready in the kitchen Miss Ackerman " a childish voice piped out. Tell her I m not hungry," sh« flung back and, clos ng the suitcase h a bang she gathered her coat on her arm She jammed her old felt hat down over her hair without consulting the mirror, took one last despairing look about her and, squaring ner sagging shoulders, flung open the door and, marched resolutely back down the stairs Through the parlor t!oor she caught a. glimpse of a lounging figure, smok ng and watching the stairs She would have passed him, head up, but he rose to his feet, and stopped her with a hand on her arm Im afraid I ve caused you some inconvenience he said, looking at her searchmgly Mrs Petermatt says you re going to the 'Y' If you d allow ire to carry that grip, Id be glad to see you there'* Again the brown eyes brought baclt to Lona the swift memory of Tiny, the spaniel, and he vvmced He had loved her, that spaniel, back in other days before the world had crashed "It s just around the corner " She managed, to make her voice sound normal I tliink I can manage. Thank you just the same " * But I d really like to--" he began Forcing a smile she brushed past him If hfc looked at her like that again, sued break down and cry 1 And she couldn t cry here, where Mrs Peterman could see her and gloat She wouldn't have anybody pitying her, ]eist of all that shrill voiced hag Out on the street she turned sharply and headed downtown as if she knew e\actly where she was somg The odor of frying porlc chops followed her tan tali zmgly, reminding her that she had had no lunch and that it was nearmg six o clock Setting down her siutcass as soon as she was around the corner where she couldn t be seen from the house s is opened her shabby purse and searched it with, trem* bling fingers Three thin dimes and a street car check were all she could find Thirty cents between her and the city 1 (To Be Continued) 3 45 F rts 0 14 East Huntingdon Township Beaten By Railroaders East Huntingdon Township High quintet puu up a gieat battle Tuesdiy night at Youngwood High but was forced to bo to the Railioadeis by a 33-32 scoie Botn tean-s used many substitutes The line-ups Youngwood G F Pts Statlei £ 3 4 10 GeHemy i 0 0 0 Ruttcr, c 2 2 6 Coughenoar, g 3 1 7 i Me e r s g O i l WingBeld f 2 0 4 I Bush i 1 2 4 Wacnc g O i l Totals Score by quaitets Comet 22 8 13 2--4o Ow's 8 11 6 6--31 Company Police Attacked WASHINGTON Feb 16--Senate Crul Libeities Commi*tee corderrned use of company police as weapons against union oigan ?ation and said it wa» preparing legislation which v.o uKdntually limit their duties to the piotection of company propel y Frances Drake Wtds "LiCZO^. Auz Feb 16--Fnnces D ake brunette actress and Cecil John Aithjr Howard son o£ the Countess of Suffolk weie marned heie by Re\ Geo ge Feiguson Miss Drake gave her age as 26 while Howard said he is 30 East Huntingdon Clausnei f I^oviant, i Bilss c Piecossy g Oltenbelg g Petto c Miller i Tot Is Refeiec--Munay 11 G 0 3 3 0 0 1 0 11 33 F Pts A Pinafore You'll Proudly Wear The Pocket'» an Applujue Rose and The Stitcfaery's "Easy To Do COOK, f M KOUSEBOL3 ARTS INC PAT1ERN 6319 8 22 Bosn ell Woman Dies SOMERSET Feb 16--Mis E iz- abet i Sachs Friedli le Rl me one of the best-1 nown lesiderts of Bosuell \vho would have observed hei a 1th birthdaj anm\ ers-u y Wednesday died Sunday moimng at the home of her aaugite Mis Russell Shaffei at Bosael' R D 2 of a ceicoial hemoirhage Her -\usbands I P Fnedlme and Wi'lura H Rhine pie- ceded her in deatn Want to rrake an a01 on' Heres good news Easy applique and stitch- ciy posies make apions more coloiful than evei Patteni 6319 contains a transfer pattern of apion with 1 motil 12x14 inches and 1 motif 2^4x5% nches applique patcnes irate lals needed illustrations of stitches, directions for maKmg apron coloi schemes To obtain this pattern send ten cents in com to The Daly Courier Household 4i s Dept 259 W 14th Sheet New Yoik \ T Y Be sure to wi te plainly your NAIVE ADDRESS nnd PtlTEHN NUMBER 40 Germans Held m Poland LONDON Feb 16--For y piom- menl ntembcr*; of the Geim in minority in Poland have been 11 tested since F iday on charges o£ high reason the Daily Expiess lepoited from Warsaw Fnck Miner Injured Michael Tifflk 50, of Phillips, was admitted to Xjnionlown Hospital for treatment of in injury to hi" right leg Hifteied while woiking m the Lambeit mine of H C Frick Coke

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