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February 21, 1930

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ast idition Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best A Ivertising Medium in the Yough Region, rL rice VOL. 2S, \O. S7 The ·\V«-o?tI.v i""itirf«r, T-'ounrti-iI J - i H I T , 1ST!). Tin- l » i l ) i i t u r l r r , Poundrd No pmlicr 1O, IJIOU. | · Merged. , J u l y I S , f:)2». FRIDAY" H1VRNTN( , FEBRUARY 21, JOIiO. TWENTY PAGES, MRS. EVA DUGAN DIES ON GALLOWS, IS DECAPITATED New French Premier M ii \i'!ir Old Slayer f Uaneror ( ' u t m o s t hi Prison As Trap Is Spnniir. ' GOOD SCOUT," SHERIFF SAYS; STA PK I'Klt-'ON, Klor-enee \l\r.\ I'V-i) ?1 The l i i ' t woman e-ver to be f-xpi u f p d })\ tho- - t a U - o f Arizona, Mr 1 -, j Kva D i l i , i n . z. \\ as dropped to h-cr ' f ' i \ i l h ti'om ,i C a l l o w s here- t o d a y I I K - r h i l \ . d r c i p f d o n l y in H c!ifai ", rapper tor sh · doride-d at t h e la .1 i r i u i i e n t t Ii ·· '·ill « h r o u d '·hi' made u i t ' j he i- o w n h a n d y "im^ht s* I ; m u s s e d ' w i i ' hroiiK'n the t r a p n t ' I I t \ M . I M C - U t t m i " She l e ! l t h i o u i - h a hole in th-e fiooi j (·' ilv t x ' c u t i o n i h a m h e r to * room , clou 1 ' i . i l h w a - i n s t r i n t H l i e o u s (oi j th" rope, w h e n i snapped l 1 " u '*«'!' ol tho d r o p - ^ e \ i e d ln-i lu'ad trom h e r ' ( 11 \ IT KM PS. of t h e m v.oiT)p'i, -o wero five ' the t i m e of tlio e:ct h e t i r ^ t time in t i e i thiit an e x e c u t i o n women . i rt* she died for the ! A. J. Mathis a Tn the pictures of 10 who were hanged on \- ivo vi nvcs- i -,, !"'.! n!ed. A i t u u e t l u r t l i f .n t h ' - c h a m b e r a · v u t i o n it n a s "ii-Um y ol Ari/.o: A as « itiie-.-i-d h \ In thi.' room w' m i n d e r in 1!UT o ,on r a n c h e r , w e t pj-rsvm.-, a»l m e n , ho . df'ie- Kallo A-v V r o i u i d each p e t u r e waa the noose A'hie'n cau.sol d e a t h and tomorrow \Tr.- O i l m a n ' s p i t - H u e and her noose A i i l be phu-e-d . i n o i i f f th-e- grim rollee- \Jrs. I!i;;an app"irevd lo bo th* calm- · t one in thu a s ^ ' - t u h l y as sho ·entored i ft death c h u r n be" She (:iii!it(l a t L'xo toot of t h « K.T.!- wi arid t-hook II,M- head in the tvoga- Chautemps Lines Up Prospc cts for New French Cabinet sho ibkod hi v r :f "You'r it . aid as he s With a. g u a r d unl anything to say. Kcout," the wardou nands with her, on each .«ido she 'valku! f i r m l y up tho LS steps to the v allows. One gu,irl adjusted the noo.-e, ,n»l her p tiled a lack ho((l over her l a t e and I he t t a p N \ a ^ s p r u n g , I mmwl l a t e l y aft' r she wont to (loath, Ili-v. Walter Huff n a n , who jra%-e her ,-piritua.l solace K the R.-illows, spoke I j tho 2o wilnt'Sbe:. in tho- death cham- ! er. ".Vow," )io haid, "plea.^o t.i-ko a good I K)k and set v l i u t capital punLslnuenV HTATK I'UtfeON Ft.OUKM'E, An/ , I'eb. 21. -- A r e j H i i t that Mrn. Kva fnigan, ii-, i n l e t K k d to take jxibon to provont her -xycu ion on the gallows hero at ii A. M. c.uiwed prison oiliclalij t» ocaruh her fell «irly txlay. Mrs. JJugau srofled at the seal' chert,. "i \\un'l clioaf," she wakl. "I'll so to tho Killmvs like a man." "t'ho woman, th-^ flr«t ever to ho U tng(l by the t,ti»( of Arizona, hhow ed tH) fei- of lcatli as the end drew ntxu. Sho played card? and chatted w i t h tiiendt until vht^ w u " l«l to the :.!! at 1 A. M. MOTHERS' INFLUENCE WON THE REVOLUTION, SENATOR BELL'S VIEW I'j United "ress f ' A H I S . l-Vb. L'l.- Camlllo Ch.iu- tcrnps, leader of t i i e i idical socialists in the c h a m b e r of A uitie-., I n f o r m e d Pi e v i d e n t Oaston L)i n m e r K u e today t h a t lie had formed a - a h i n c t to H U C - cecd t h a t £ Andrpii T t r d i e n , rtilRrieU. I ' A R I K . Feb. 21.- C'.amille rtniu- t t i n p s \\en'. to bed at :,".0 A. M. today, eontidriu thtxt he l\o 1 Miccocded in cotiatriK'ting a new . overum-ent tor France. The list oi his n .nwters, d r a w n from t f i e Left polittca groups, vvaf? lo be prcoentd to Presii cat Umimergue today. Shortly bfore dav n a group o{ f.irtnl politicians left the f'hautemps homo a f t e r i!U hours ·! i onvcrsattcm, negotiation and argu ac-iit over the new cabinet. Tho now i n i n i h t r y , t h e y said, had bei-n afrrecd upon "in D r i i u i p l e . " Chaulemp.s, worn ut, j o t ( r e d for the f i r s t time since h was railed to tho Klyace Palace, and '.old to take the r e i n s of g o v e r n m e n t . Refusal of Andre T,mij eu to arcept a post was a serious blow to Chan- temp's hoprs to c o n s t r u c t a govern- m e n t w i t h some d u r a b lily. TarUlen's e l i m i n a t i o n from th« ablnet and the refusal of Maglnot lo i irticipate In it, l e n d slender chances ( f long axirvival due to lack -f a m a i o t ty. A r l s t l d e Jlriand, h o w e v e r , may Unul p o w e r f u l s u p p o r t to C lautemps, Tho veteran p o l i t i c i a n at raeto deputies from many q u a r t e r n When the n l j j h t coiiti renee broke up early today, live- m i n i ters had been agreed upon, it was n ported. Thecu w e r e : Aristido Bnii.!, foreign af- f a l n . ; Louis Loue.heur, laboi ; J^aureut Eynic, a i r ; Eclotiard Daladier, war, and Jacques Louis Du nesinl, navy. 1 OF JONES LAW IS PROBABLE . ' r o \ v i f i £ M n f i r i o n l lo D i f f e r - , I o n l i i l t 1 IfHm'ori "Rip" and "I/IHIo" Fellows. _ . _ _ ! MAY BE DELAYED TO NEXT SESSION i ily K K X . V K T I ! (i. ( ' U A W , I ' n i t e d l j rr.-n S t a f f t ' o r r e A p o n d e r i t . | \VASM1.\CTON, Keh ^1 - ( i r o w i n g ' C e n t i m e it in t h e House for modifica- t i o n of the Jones I.iiw, f i x i n g the m a x i m u m p e n a l t y f o r p i o h i b i t i o n j \ i n l a l i m s at live l e a r s " i m p r i s o n m e n t a n d $10000 fine, m.iv t r a n s l a t e i t s e l f i i t o art on \\\ t h i s ^eshion of Coni ^s, d-""plto t h e l o p i s k u i v i ];un in ' . h" K e n . i l e j V K v i ip in t h e ( l o u s e J u d i c i a r y i. ' o m m i t t ^ c . rornpoiieil ot Iw h W L ' t r f .iml d r ' h a t been c o n v i n c e d b% snulv of the V ' i c k o r K h a m La^ lOnforcement [ t ' o m m i w i i n ' a p r o h l l n t i n i i p r o g r a m i ] t h a t .1 ( o m p l e t e r e v a m p m s of the j J o n e s li.w i-s noPOK.siiry if fodoral ' court.s are to be relieved of t h e con' Et'Htiou "e.-itiltinK f r o m Hquoi t r l a l n . | This ; rotip Is iletermined to pasth j m o d i f y i n g U'^islstion at t h i s hessioji i of (Congress, rcpardle^s of Hi*" recent l s t a t e m e n t s by House leaders that do- May of t 10 tariff h i l l in the Ken'Uo may for ^ the House to abandon f i l l mrasuri 1 : tioL a l r e a d y o n a r t t N l . i The Ji nrs law ch ( uigei under r o n i sideratio i by a ' J u d i c i a r y (-ub-com- nnSleo would define "rafu.'il and s l i y h t " p r o h i b i t i o n violation!-;, w h i c h by the UP! paysod HIM year are exempt fro 11 the drai'tir j m n i h h m e n t but | nor spec i d e a l l y named. Thi,-, wonlJ ' p r e v e n t district a t t o r n e y , from ; I h r e a t e n m K pros-ecution u n d e r t h o Jones law o f n n offender whose crime has not Iwn of a H e r i o u s initnre. Tlie purpose of the Jones law is t o fr^t the hiK fellows, not the s m a l l fry, ( ' ) i a i r m a i i (.'hristopherson of the HU!e o m m i t t c y told t h f : U n i t e d I'ress. "I tluiik w o t s and drya alike will a^rec thi.s shot Id be stated in the law itself. Tl.cre is some d i f f e r e n c e of opinion as to just how this should be Seventy Yea rs iof Wedded Bliss I Jifemories ,of Mr. tttd Mir William Mitchell, of EViabcth, N. J., being; otirretl hy otd-fa«h ined valentines and pictures of years S.JTO as ths-y oeiebrtted the r 70th wedding anniversary. The anniversary wns lisa Mr. M!U1 cll'g 92nd birthday. MARCH GRAND JU.IY WILL MEET MOD \Y; ONE MURiDER USTED to Face For Stubbing: of Sve«l:?ie »»r IVrryopoIis. 'rial ,rt J. V. THOMPSON WILL BE TRIED done but arrroo on t h i n k tho committoc h i l l w i t h i n tho ran ! S e n a t o r H.m-v . K niemlier of tho w nils Club, \\a~ d a y e \ c u ' ' i ^ at n i . -lit program on , Hell of Dawaon, Connellsrillu Kit h ' 5 hpuakor Thurs- Hi interc-lub laclipf 1 s')onaor«l by the tlo I v i s v u i i ' s f l u b . His thcm« R e v o l u t i o n a r y Motttcrs " S-n.itor Uell dci lart-i that ,i'. wa ) i t i I n f l u e n c e t t h e mothers mad" ),-!MbIo ihe smce-i.-, that tho Vtevo Id lonary W a r w a r . He pointed o u . t h M?. p a r r p Uncd !y t h e mothers in In · strlle. i n u s n u i c h as the program war; hold n e t i ' t us a n m v e r b u r v of the b i r t h of (i«iriu \VasUiuKton. general of the C o i i t i n e n t a ! fM-ti-s d u r i n g tho tievolu- ti( n a r y W a r , ihe t a l k vus very app r o p r i a t e . ,1cm )ors wei" 1 present from Hi- \vmi\ ill". Wo--t N e w t o n , ('liarleroi, Donora, ( ' o n n e l H v lie. Waynetfburi; i n I L'niontow n. S e v e n t y - f i v e per- ·;oi J \vert; in attend Alice . , n interest ina; mi t-H'itl proi;r;ini al- TO \\ .IK i o i K i n c l e t i . RUTH D. HUTCHISON OF SCOTTDALE DIES SUDDENLY AT HOME ^ p o o i i i l to The i o u i i o r . SCOTTDALE, Feb. a..--Mib« Ruth IJ. Ilutchinson, 31 yoar old, died laM n i g h t at her a p a r t m e i I in George street. Mis-'fi Hutchuif- )ii \\a« bteno- jrfti)her tor the George \V. Uavl« Com- p«ny in Broadway. S u* waa at her dutieti yesterday. An h ur bofor« phe li«l she was stricken v i t h an attack ot acuto indigestion. Tho Itody was taken o I IIP home of her father, J. B. l l u t c h i i non, in Spring street. Bosidet; her father, M ie J-Iutchinson i« survived by two brot iers, Lewis, of SVcottdalti anl FUiymond, whose whereabouts are unknown, ami throe rsisters, Hob'* of Plttsburg ;vn Mrs. Lymon Kuller and Mrs. Jurni s Homo of Wcottdalo. The funeral service w i l l be hold Sunday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock ai the United Brethren QJ1 u r c h . Burial will be in Scottiialo Oem (ery. Mi^« liulchiiitjon was a member of the United Brethren TICKET DISTRIBUTORS , FOR FARMERS' DINNER uf uf the H. r. P Ki- Al 'i he i h k i - t ( u a us ,CUil\ ciui-,1 Stt in.'.weUU'i . H M L o i b e i m - WoimtT. Uoy c H r ' / . ' t . K a i l C Moon:, ,nu A. A. Cl.uKf ai il .! I'. Km bo r ot iai l U ' t . u y C l u b . .1 ,· .si-lliim l i i K f t s to K i v ·liu .''el I' in -', bei- ia 1 th.; ( l J i n V t i M i l l · u u i s C l u b , for U lei l o b e K i \ « ' U r u a r v 27. ·rMJllri ;n:UH',il ··(i to r* · iii '" l " ( l f t i l l - - t O U i H U M t , irf i i i t u n t h a t ·ti-nu l i t c a n !·· d i n n i ( 'in" I n , i i i , . ; Ci i .- i ,i -!| t ' ' n n , t ! l ! i : - \ 1 ' ' C i i ' ) ' i ' l 1 ! i i ' h s ' r tha i members of t h l-'.iniii , RUTH A. SADLER FALLS AGAINST STOVE, BURNED M. ,h U n t i l A. Sadler. 18 years old, ( l a u g h e r of Mr s . Subivia t- idler of \VeM A p p l e .stre-ct, wa.-i b u n , v d severely about thi) f a t e las; even in; w h e n who fainted i t ^ a i n s t .1 s'ove. Her c o n d i t i o n \v,is rt L i ri«-d tod.iv to 1 e i;..o,l "Onco he J u d i c i a r y Committee rc- porus a measure, J bolievi: ouc d;iy (.f drliato w i l l IH« aufh'clent lo set it t h r o u s h Im House. I don't 9xpt*ct iiiiH'h opobition from e l t h r r \V L '« or U iy.-. ' Do(init,i in of m i n o r oflcnse^ u m l o r t h e Joni»» ij,w wan rocommondcd tiy tho Law KlnforcoiiK'nt Commit-sion in c o n n e c t l o i w i t h its proposal that court ( oriiinibsiotHM-tt he Riven powr to try p e t t y vlolalor.s. Tho Jonct. law a m r n d r n o it and th^ commissioner b l l l K , thcieforr, will b(- considered (,/Bother. Tlio .second meusure is op- posf-d hy W(|P, who cliiim it w i l l u n - dormhu" t h e j n f y lyitoni. Hi'nat' loaders are no? p l a n n i n g to tak-c- up r k h o r of the measurus dur- i n g the prcsfjiit sfssiou, but «in 'r.i- prrssive ''oto for them in t h e House might effect a chansa in the prop ram. MRS. J. SCOn GILMORE DIES AT DENVER; WAS FORMER LOCAL WOMAN Mrs. J. faster Oilmore of Kabt K u i r \ lew a v e n u e received a tcloK'rajii HUH morning t i n n o u n c l n g the dcatii last at;;ht at J O : ; i O o'clock al th« Presbyterian Hospital at Denver, Colo., of her dausliter-ln-Iaw, Mrs. Lillian Mw (JU- iiw/ris wift of J. Svott Ollmoro. Dnivth followwl an opfration performed last K u n day. i\lr« O i l m o r e \vas a n a t i v e of Dawson, her inaidiou namo being C i t J e l a n d . Sht was married there and I h o d for a ntimber of yo-ars, in Con- nellavllle. where h«r husbtnul was traium;u)ter for the- Baltimore Ohio Kailroad, a n d then at Smithllold. They went to Denver about 11 years ago. liesides her husband, Mrs. Oilmoro leaves two children, Mrk Marian Fish, wife of Dale Fish of Denver, and J. Los tor Gih lore of Los Angeles. There "are two nistor;;, Misses Martha and Cora Ollle and of Los Angeles and two brothers, Alvti G U l o l a n d of Cliar- leroi and U'illiam, in Montana. Mns. Gllmore waa a member of the Central Christian Church and the Order of the Mas torn. Star at Denver. Speclol ii O'ht Oourlw. TNIOXTOWN, I''e1i. ll.--Onl ono - c/uio is «,rhedul«-d for tri 1 for the March term of court. About lir.fi otl-.or casoh Ir.ivp been for trial d u r i n g t h o t h r c o v eeloii. The grand jtirv vill mer next Monday find the tri.Uh w i l l hefin o the following Monday. George Keely of near I erryopc is is to bo arraigned on a chr rge of itab- b f n ? hte Hwpothojut, £Jli;,a Byre ne- groes, on December 27, J;ust, whi n he caught her t a l k i n g w i t h t,nother man. One of the most I m t K i r t a n t C.-IF « ot the ciuirt is the tri.il of J. V. Tl imp- son .set for t h e third veeti. Then pson i*. chargad with tho oiTfb"-rMeme \\ oC ?]31,000 from the st-itc of John Mic- collw, f a t h " r of the F'rincfs *f 1 l u r n and Taiib. Mr. Thompfeon will itppe.tr ir Orp h a n s C o u r t on March 3 lo cxplai i lha progress of his c o a l dool. 'f'hls i hie t h i i d appearance !i orphans, cou t on fontpinpt proceedjii^.s infi'ituto-d /hen he faihKl to meot thi olilij;atioi s of nearly $200,000 to t h e J'oirc ol tho Emmu ftterismoro estate. Tsvo cniuinal court programs will br in nosslon on oponinp v/oolt with Judge S. John Morrow sitting exclusively on civil oases. M'Donald to Head Past Chancellors, Pythian Knight Jennerstown Hotel Destroyed by Fire; Loss Is $40,0)0 , By U n i t e d Pic"^. i JBNNEKSTOWN, Feb. :'!.-- Fir J u n k n o w n origin do?troyod the \\ j S l a r I l o t n l hero early today, can loss estimated at a b o u t $40,000. Uu i at the hotel, a Iwo-tiory t^aine at ture, wore forced lo 'flee from b u i l d i n g In their nijtfuclolhing. Kor a , t i m e the blazo t h r c n t c n e destroy the Ye Oldo I n n , acros 1 the White Star. Thci hotel was o w n e d and oper by Mrs. Snoar O. Philson of iito ing sts uc- thc to om ted C. L. JIcDon-ild of Conjiollavllle wa renomlnated t-nr tho presidency of th-c Past Ch.uicellorn Association ot South western PeiiiisylvTmiu, Knights o Pythias, at tho meeting Thurad»\ e\oning a t the lodge rooms of George; Creek Ixdgo al Smithiield with 7S na.s chntiieHors in attendance from Scolt d;tle, CVnnipllsville, Dnnbar, L'nion town, Fairchancf, SJar Junction ISrowiusvillo am! Smithiield. In add! tion, ] r district and past district dop utics and one past grand ehanoellor were ipresenl. Other ofli-cers renominated are: M J. Molani, Uiiiontown, vice-president, A. Chapman, CormellsvilJo, chaplain Thtmias K^iglilcy, secretary; A. J Miller and I,. G. rhorpeiujing, Union town, treasurer. The main portion of tho meeting was dovot«vrt to the telling of ex peri onres by the older I ' j t h i a n a . J. G ('liorpennli)R of L'jiiontown gave i short talk on what. President Abraham J j f n c o l n had to do with tho founding of the order. Jlev. H. P. Day, pastoi of the SmithiU.-ltl Presbyteriat f'hurcr and a member of lh« B a l t i m o r r , Mtl. lodge, also gave a t a l k . Herbert Pratt of Dnnbar gave several vocal solos and George U. Morrl of KnuthnVld enfortaincd with readings. At the close, of the business session the guosts went to t h w d i n in groom where radio music entertained then during tho serving of an oyster" supper prepared by the women of Smuhfield. Inasmuch, as there was no representative in attendance irom Monessen, it was not jvos^lble do sot the dale for tho March meeting to be held ul that place. The time w i l t be announced later. It was decided to hold an open meeting at Moncsden at which the wives w i l l be entertained. There was also r-pad and approved the report of the condolence committee on. the ( death o( W. A. Bisho-p of Connellsvilie. '['hose on the committee are O.-I./. McDonald and A. Chaanpinan and A. Chapman of Connellsville and L. G. C'hor pcriing of TJri ion town. FORMER SCOTFDALE BUSINESS MANAGER DIES IN NEW YO IK HORST SLAYER REPUDIATES PART OF "CONFESSION" l l j K, L'tiiled Press. Ohio, Kpb. ^1 U\s ' : ru w i t t i a n d ie in j i t e m t ^.re Mime UK-m- s-t nrt J)H ii- t i-isii ry ur- t ' t U At t h e lli.vpli t l . Mi.i l l a u v J. Matsun i f foi d a v e n u e was a d m i t t i i i i u in Ciiutii H . i \ l l l e y t a t i f . e j t t n t ' n l Last IUK!H . if M i ^ h l a i u t aye n tie 'Ml i!.a - I Cl U « 1 t h i s m o r n H o s p i t a l for D.-=*'p!i Smart t e - , u | i n j i t e d ' ivil h the w i t h tin YVOUST! l l . u u i . i h wi o A t e h i n 11 )i*l ol' OI-M ille \ e p n d K U e d p a r t s u h i ; most j ^ c e n t ' ( o n t v . s iuu ' in \sliiclt he- !iad 1111- I i l u a l e c l t\vn A k i u t i Itoutk-.-.^ers in dis- jjuf.jii/', of l l e )odv of the- m i ^ K i n ; ; boy. The t \ \ o lien l u - t i l lire ID be "cleas- ed nfl'u-ials .-aid I K u n i a l i i I.so lepiidiat-ed .stateineiiSs i l l i t jirraiu ein-entb had He-en mado t w i A k r o n m e n i n conm etlon to Tha C o u r i e r . Vcli. 21 .--Word las liern received h r r e of the death of Robert W. Bun. ten In Now York. H u n t e i i last season was busii n t a i i M f f o r ol the y c o l ' d a l e t»(iin in M i d d l e A t l a n t i c ; Lcaf.Ue. Mr H u i i t P i i was a f f i l i a t e d with Hi Louis Cimjimils of the N'atit. uil League. Prior lo l u m l n g lo tic tt- ' dale lie served in a slmlUn* C'apa Hy j i l t . H o u s t o n , Texa.-,. \ \ h u n the u m- | pal mi ended s.isit aeiHombci 1 , lie n today I to h K home iu New York. Mr. ho he 'lit The Weather 11" ' n d i . A H r l t i l l \V»iohi!ie;»ou s Jjir'ln M 1 1 !(· I i i , . f ' ( l iiui 1 ) .--nit lod.ij lJi.41 he h i d li*d \ ^ h e i ! he - i i i l i ' i i ho had III,H n r nii-iii.-. l d t l n r r ,Mslviu d e n ! , ) i n i h e \ k i o n m r i i in r p h m i fi !' buoUf-c wiaky. P a r t l y cloudy t o n i g h t , S a t u r d a y u- c i e a h i i i K cloudiness, not m u c h chai ge in the t e m p o r a t u v p is t h e noon wea her f o r e c a M for W e s t e r n Pel riiylva; ta. Temperiitiire He.oonl. M a x i m u m M i n l n i u n v DICK'S COMPLAINT OVER SAND, GRAVEL RATES DISMISSED Ky U n i t e d Press. HARRISBURG, Feb. 21.--Complaint by the ,T, I. Dick Company, contractor, of Scottdale, against the freight rates charged by the Ugonler Valley Railroad on sand and gravel shipments w«re dismissed by the Public Service Corn-mission today. The ahipm-ents wero made from Ambrldgo, South Duaucsne, Pittuburg and Coalman over the Pennsylvania to tho Ligonter by way of J-.at.robo. No juslififlcallon was f o u n d by the oomtnis.sion for tho complaiiit. It cltod the fjgotiiier's anawer thai. r d«u»nd for other rates reduction would tollow if th« Dick complaint wajj uiiftulnod and "that tho resulting de-crease in revenues would b a n k r u p t the railroad." ·, The Lig-oni-er Valley Railroad it owne-d by Ihe Mellon Interests. MAKING WHISKY WILL PROVIDE THREE MONTHS' WORK AT BROAD FORD -- · *TM i The n i a n u u u l n r e ul the ^rj(),uoO i;ul-] Ions of w l i K k y at Ihe Broal Kord dis- lillery of A. t)verlio!i Company will require at leusf Ihre^ month:). It wus learned toduy Production was sUirtcd T h u r s d a y . It j was said that if there wero no d t f f i c u l - 1 tips encoiintere-ri th- llcjuor w o u l d bti I bin-rolled by . I n n " 1 lu i iv t h e u g p i n s : ' pi oi e;-;- w i l l begin c i n r i d H o r l o i n vi\irs [ t h o llauwtih old a s c r h o l t win: K , \vhn-h j 1.- uniUMVj|l.i h n o n n , w i l l Im bottloiJ tor medicinal purpobos- J Yanderbilt Board 0! Education Seeks Aid From the State V a n d r r b i H Hoard ol ivljcation, m financial straitfi, is feekinp relief from the Welfare Council ot Kruoation at llcirrisburj; arid it ie repor fd t h a t tho d i r e c t o r a t e is endeavorinp; o poouro at l e i h t ?,"i,00fl to alleviate it dcprri-he«l eirotimstan-cw-,. On Friday, March 7, Uoi aid J. Pat- t^rton and Dr. G. H. liolertn, mem- l"n? of the board, w i l l gn to Harriis- b u r q to present t h e i r case in the hope of obtaining financial assistance from tho rour,eil, whit-h, it ifi si id, hafe approximately |l,50«,000 to e disposed to districts in nei;d of aW. A ivjpresentative of the ounc-!l was al Vandorbtll tho other d a / where he conferred with members oi the board. J o h n S. Carroll, county 6uperinlendPiit ot -chorus, and Mies Helen N. Carroll, assistant superintendent, also wore in a t t e n d a n c e at Iho moctin;, at which time facts in ihe matter wcro presented to the Harrifiburg n a n . OwiiiR to tho decrei«*e in property valuation at VandorWH, th-i board has a difficult assignment in iraklng end« meet. However it feels thi t once it i« ahle to get out of debt th ngs cin l)t managed KO that there w i l l be no deficit In the future. It i i said that the indebtedness te approximately $11,000 and of this sum aboat ?-i,f00 is due Dunbar Township Beh)ol district for tuition. The directors «re seriously considering tho establishment of a ligh school course, for one or two yeaia, which it is hoped will be instituted next term, This etep, it was eaM, would tend to materially decrease the expenditure. BIGGS SELD UP, ROBBED AT DICKERSON RUN- J T n o I ' n m a s k c U Hlon Ge $20 ; in ('.asli From Proprietor 1 Of Confectionery. 1 ' REFUSES TO OPEN THE CASH DRAWER MA JOR E. G. M'CORMICK LOOKS OVER HOWITZERS; NON-COMS REORCANIZED Major Edward O. McCorir iek, senior instructor of the 110th Ii fautry, U. 0. L., looked over tho Howitzer Comp a n y and its e q u i p m e n t la t evening preliminary to the Federal inspection March 12. Ho was aec-Oii panied by Sergeant Instructors G. E. Dwlre and A. K. Flowers. Captain N. f.,. Kerr ot Scottdale gave a lecture- on first aid. A reorganisation of th enlisted personnel was effected w i i h the following' uon commissioned tfficers: John Luckey, sergeant of: tho iirst platoon; Norman A. B r o w j l t , acting sergeant of the second pla(»on; T. \S". Scott, Jr.. first mortar covp iral; Paul J. Mtrgeral-d, first a m r a u r U k m corporal; John Soisson, a c t i n r first R u n corporal; Mitchell F. C o l l i e a n , acting second mortar corporal; Martin .1. Adams, axtins; Kecond a nmunition corporal. Second gun corpora! is or on. John. U. Hamian, T-iloyd F. Horn, Martin K. 'Krepps, Jamei- Kewjler, Richard A. Sticke-1 and t. V.iuglfu were made flrht-class privat b. POLICE BARRACKS AT NEW SALEM BlAY BETRANSI'ERRED .Special to The Cour'- r. L'NIONTOWN, Feb. 21 -- I n f o r m a t i o n recptved from State Police r fficials at tho Oreensburg barracks revsaled f i a t thero is a possibility of cbe New Sqlom detachment of tho i tuite constabulary boinp moved to a point on f, city limits of Unlontowt. Slato Police oflloials dcclircd tlial ;ho Now Salem barracks H i e inKuirt- cleut to cart 1 for the need i o f - Uio detail an'd arraiigompnts h ive beou disciifised ou tho theory tl at better facilkies will mean increa.'-eti police eflificucy. No indication was inndo to what ! Two u n m a s k e d , u n i d e n t i f i e d men ' m a d e off w i t h a b o u t $~ fl In ''r-\\ and ' s o m e c a n d y at about 10:15 o'clock ' T h u r s d a y n i R h t when liipy hold up a I b r o t h e r and .'--isler, operators of a confectionery K t o r e in the r n d of the West Prnn R a i l w a y s Company ot Dic-ker^on Run. The tivn men w a l k e d i n t o the stor", also used ah a w a i t l r i K room for pass- enjreiH tA the tro'ley. W. I. 1'fg^s, a l w u t . V 0 years old, who % \ i t h his bis- ter, Mrs He'ppie- (,'uinberland, con- d u c t s i h ^ c o n f e e t i o t i e r y , \\ais behind the counter. Ono of tho men. asked for a pack of cigareth. Mr. B!g£t secured tho ciprarels and when IIP- t u r n e d t-i hand t h e m to tha man. lie f o u n d himself Mating into the muzzle of a revolver. The man's accomplice had also drawn his pistol and pointed it at Mrs. Cumberland. Mr. liiggs was commanded to "hand over the cash 1n t h a t drawer," but refused telling tho bandit to "jret it yourself." As the m a n went behind the counter to take the cash and h e l p himsclt to soroo candy, the other forced Mr. Blgpts and Mrs. Cumberland i n t o tho k i t c h e n to the rear of tin? store. The men left tho borne-store aad, dashed to a waiting- automobile be- n e a t h t h f j viaduct near the Pittsbur;? Lake Krie Railroad track." and made their t'Sf£-,pe. bake, Krie police were noli fled and then Com ellsrillo authorities wero I n formed o' the robbery. The county detective'. 1 ! otiico w a s t h e n notified. G. M. GRIFFIN ENTERS RACE REPRESENTATIVE IN SECOND DISTRICT A newcomer in the fiel-d of candidates for Representative from tho Second Legislative District in in the person of G. M. Griffin, Uie well- k n o w n tarrner of F r a n k l i n township, who toduy formally announced his candidacy. Mr. Griffin has bee.n a r e s i d e n t of l-'rankhn town.ship tor 31 y«irs, hav- como from Sprlnghilt township, le a resident o£ thp, J a t t c v !i» as president and secretary of school board. D u r i n ? h i s y o u n g minhood ho lived In Nicholson town- ,'ihip, to which his jjareuta removed from Mount Pleasant. As a member of tho Urang-o Mr. C.riflhi has been accorded marked rccosnution IJK the State officials of that organization. He- has sorved as itato dejjuty for four years, In which capacity he is now Herring. He has organized one-fourth of the- new granges in the SlaUss d'urhig his service us deputy. Ho IB a member of tho State legislative and the rural electrification commltteeH of. the State Grange. Ho in a member of Curfew Grange, Xo. 1052, and has served (our years as master of the Pomona or county Grange No. 49. Mr. Griffin is president of the Farmers Cotipe-rativo Dairy Association of Councllsville, in organtzatiou and conduct of which lie ha« been very active. HB Is a Presbyterian and has been a consistent Republican till his life, point I h o barracks might l h o u R l i il will be on one en main h i g h w a y routes lead J i i i o n t o w n ; near the county the National pike east, or leSlsville or Morgantown bij It waa ulso revealed that lackson S. JJocLsou, formerly oC the New Salem barracka it Grcensburg w i t h a roving ion. Uodson Ls tn Fayett coiibiderably and it i« sale coiinii.ssioned to work on the tiurder investisation. ie moved the four ig from home, on Ihe Cun- hways. Corporal n charge a located coramis- ) c o u n t y la still Uonohoo ,OCAL GUARDSMEN WILL BE ENCAMPED FROM AUGUST 2-16 The s u m m e 10th l u t a u t r euoainpmcm of Uu National (! mrd of 'eiinsylvaiiia, w i l l lie held : (. M o u n t retua f r o m A u g u s t ~ to l i i ig to dates .uinoiinoed ·,*··' larrlstnr'B I'.v A d i u t u n t lleary. Ilowit'Xi'i ('iini)ai) v a n d tl e t 1 net;ielimt'i!l of Conin;lh;n le, ·,, purl of HUH i n f i i i i t r y mid t i e lorce i« e.-vpecled 10 a t t e n d i - u n p a l u l l strength Servii'H C o m p a n y ol Si-(j!!, c tl the companies at G r e e n s b u r j , A; Pleasant and Somerset a r r j u i those attached to the 110th nt.t MRS. SARAH ROBBINS DIES IN DETROIT; WILL BE BURIED TOMORROW Mr.s. Sarah Robbing, H i years old, a former well-known ConnollsvlJlo J«Hi. d-e,nt, died at -1 o'clock Thursday aTter- norn at th-e home of hor daiiglitea-, Mrs. Charles Al. Kvtns at Detroit, Mich. She had boc-u ailing Cor aboutt four iiMJulhs. 3iTrn. Kobbhih wa« born in CoTinollB- villa and livsd here u n t i l about 17 years a«o \vho-n bho moved to De/troU, lo r.wido w i t h her daiijrhto-r, Slio was t h e widow of l.evi Kobbiiifl. MI-H. ,J. H. McCaleb of Tlurrieburs, Miv. h n r l e ^ M. yvans of Detroit, Mrs. I'ariH l l i n K l e of Ixss Angel-cs and Al- boi t Kobbins of JJicke-rson R u n are tljo s u r t i v i n ^ c l i U d i - v n . Tho boih w i l l b- bl'ought. to Coun c l i s v i l l c tomorrow niornhi,^ at 10,40 o'eolck \t, ;i d'cioelc tom-t-rrow a f t e r noon tin t n n c n i l Bt-rvii.e- will bo con- d u c t e d H I tin' borne of W i l l i a m L. Kob- bin.s, ?, t-teii-M)!!, in ;i3,! ISf'Rt Crawford uvenu* 1 I n t e l incut, w i l l he. m;ide ia Chestnut Hill Cemtte-ry in t-harg-t ol 1'tiiU'Kil Liin'ftor .1 K. Situs Mi i t i \ . KIM h a l Clnsp Toniirht K o v i - d l :,ei'viL'i ,il llx 3 H d i i h t o n n u l l K i l l l e K-.ni-Trln al t liui-' h w i l l t.loo^ t o n i g h t i ^ i f h a i-,ai«J!o M i v i c o HI '. liar go ot the c h u r c h choir FAYETTE COUNTY ROAD DAMAGED FARM rxiovnnvx, IM-O L-I - A h u i t for i widow ot \ \ i l l i . u n i l e i w h a w , and eight , C l i t l d j ' e n ji?,a!iiBt Ka«M/ county f'i- alle-iv| .j-niMiie done I l i ^ i i f,nrm ia T'n i i I n i n i t n e road i-ut in t'A-

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