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February 24, 1930

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PAGE TWELVE. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLS /ILLB, PA. MONDAY, 1930. FAYETTE DEBATES WILL BE OPENED f~Vi p r ' ··, u p I f j nni Fatf O n r . f ' r h o o l A i K l U o r i u n ! . 7 ' S O P. M . ; Cont p ' l s v i l l p . P n l n ' Marion. Redstone '"Viwn'.'hlp. S o u t h Brownsville and T Vashlnprtin T o w n s h i p entered. T h u t i s c l i t y . M a r c h 20---De-hato, t h i r d r o u n d . S P, M, F r i d a y , Mi,rr! 21 -- I n s t r u m e n t a l o!o. piano ,-iti'l w i n d i n s t r u m e n t s , at '·''ir-Cintm Towm'ihii) High School Audt- ' o r i u m fit. Y o r k l i n n . 7:30 P. M.: Cona o l l s v i l l c , D u n h i i · T o w n s h i p , German Township, Perry Township. Point M a r i o n , South U n i o n T o w n s h i p a n d W a s h i n g t o n T o w n s h i p e n t e r e d i n piano, ,;iinl C o r n e - l l s v i l t e , Hsdslono T o w n s h i p aiui South U n i o n Township ohtei'wl i n w i n d i n s t r u m e n t s . T h u r s d a y , , M u n - h 27- -Debate, i n t e r sectional c o u i ' ^ t ; , S P. M. F r i d a y . March ^ S - - Orchestra a t Connellsvilie i t i p h School A u d i t o r i u m a t 7:15 I'. M . : ' o n n e l l « v H l e . D u n h f i r Township, (leorce,-; Township, Point M a r i o n . X t r t h Ctiion Township and South B r o w n s v i l l e entered. T h u r s d a y , A p r i l i:i -- O r i g i n a l oration at Perry T o w n s h i p i-lii?h School A u d i - t o r i u m at P»rryo;ioli«, 7:15 P. M . ; Conn o l l e v i l l e , Otinbf.r Township. H e r m a n T o w n s h i p , P e r r y T o w n s h i p , Point Marion, Redstone T o w n s h i p . South Brownsville. Sov.th r n i o n T o w n s h i p and "Washington T o w n s h i p entered. Friday, A p r i l -t- I n s t r u m e n t a l and vocal solo conte-itti at U u n b a r Towns h i p Mi.eh S-lxol A u d i t o r i u m at I .pi r n r i n s No. 1, T :.'·· P. M . : Connellsville, i n m b a r T o w n s h i p , . Point. Marion and South B r o w i i f c y i l U 1 ' ( ' t i t e r w l I n v i o l i n , *nd C o n n o l l H v i l l e , Gerai.'iii T o w n s h i p , Perry T o w n s h i p , Point M a r i o n and South R r o w j i e v i l l e e m e r w l in vocul solo. Friday. A p r i l 11 Read i UK at Germ a n T o w n s h i p i l i - ^ h School A u d i t o r - ium at M c C l e l l a n d t o w n . 7 P. M.: Oon- nollsvtllo, Goorcps T o w n s h i p . German Township, N o r t h I'nion T o w n s h i p , Perry T o w n s h i - i . Point Morion. Redstone T o w n s h i p . South Brownsville, South "Union T o w n s h i p and Waehlng- t o n T o w n s h i p e n t e r e d . On Friday. M a r c h 7, tho first round of t h o d e b a t f n j c schedule w i l l find D u n b a r Towns lip and Perry Tqwii- s h i p tn-eetins; in tho n o r t h e r n section and C o n n p l l s v l - ' l o ami South Union T o w n s h i p a n d N o r t h Union Township and Point .\Uirion c-lashinA' i" tno s o u t h e r n ^ - r o i i f . The noKativc tcanitt w i l l t r a v e l . In UK- seeotKl r o u n d on Thursday, M a r c h 1M. P e r i y T o w n s h i p arid South B r o w n s v i l l e d e b a t e in the- n o r t h e r n jrroup w h i l e C n n e l l s v U l e tncjots Point M a r i o n a n d N o ' t h U n i o n encounters S o u t h U n i o n i - i t h e s o u t h e r n section. The a m n i K i t i v c - Usmw w i l l t r a v e l . On Thur.-iliiN n i s h t . March '-0, Onn- bar T o w n t f h i p fie-el* Soulh Urownsviiie in the n o r t h e r n sec-lion w h i l e Conn e l l s v i l t o a m i N o r t h U n i o n T o w n s h i p and. Point. M a - i o n arid South t'nion T o w n s h i p Ha:-h i n t h o s o u t h e r n d i - vi-ioit. The n e s a t i v o teams w i l l travel. T h o Koc-tion;'! w i n n e r s w i l l dobate t h e i r r e s p e c t i v e high school*; on Thursday, March 27, w i t h t h u affirmative t r a m s t r a v e l i n g . With the county contents closing by A p r i l 12, tho sectional 'contests will ho brought, to an end hy A p r i l l!(. Tho s l a t e contests \.t Philadelphia win ho May 0 in the U n i v e r s i t y of Pennsylvania. Test of the Submarine Rescue Tank GUESTS AT GOLDEN WEDDING OBSERVANCE OF L^HARRIS, WIFE Tho following is a list of the guests in fttte-miancc at the- golde-n wedding anniversary of Mr..and Mre. L. G. Vfarria o£ Perryopolis on Wednesday, February 1!: Mis« Celia Pat-ton of trnlonlown, Mr. and JVTrw. Jiv-ob Piorsol of ville, Mre. Sat^uol L,inton of 7Vir«_Sadie Hough and Mra. Elizaaboth Bradley of if-cottcJ:ile, Mr. and Mrs. ffeorgo It. Armstrong of Connellsvilio, 'VSThitsott laic·: of Salem, Ohio, Mrs. Ada "VPolf, Mrs. .1. H. Ecaiirtl and son, Jerry, JMr«. Harold I/aing, Mr.s. David Idling and Mre. C. U Schaum o£ Star Junction, and tin following o£ Porryopolis: Mr. .nd Mre. Roy L-y-uch, Mrs. Oeorgo HUei baugh, Mrs. Mary Stlckel, Mrs. Scena ;3t«phcni6, MBS. Olive Button. Mrs. Nora Stongcr, Mrs. Edward Williams, M.-s. George Duff, Mrs. Al- Ixvrt ReynoM«, .Mre. Mollio Careon, Mrs. J. A l v i n ByeVs, Mrs. Willtam ArmstronE:. "Mr. aud Mr«. Frank Towti- seml, Mis* l-^lella tfixenbaugh. Or, and Mrs. J. ti. M a r t i n , Mre. I3inma Carson, .Mr. an i Mrs. Watcion Ltico, Mr. and .Vrs. OHie A. Lttco ;tnd c h i W r e n , B e t t y . .\lHfR:tret, Mitthew and K r a n - ce.s, Mrn. K)-nabtli I.uco, Mrs. C u r r a n , .Mr. uid Mr.i. B. M. Wade, Mr, and .Mrs. Frank Jones, Mrs. Kebu Williams. Mi-, d - i d Miv. N. It. M a r t i n , M r n _ M a r r y Ston., Mr. and- Mrn. (ieor^o Pattci'tson a id piou.' Clifford. ; M r . a n d .\'rs. W i l l i a m Haf-S'Tty. M r . and M r s . I r i H!«ir. Mi's. H. U. Blair, tU'V..;uu! M r - . Pt-rcy Davis. Mr«. F r a n k Slsli-'y, Mr. mil Mrs. .1. D. Chriotnuui a t w l i l a i i g h u r. M a r i o n . Mr. an! Miv. J. i j H u t c h i r - o n . ;'.Ir. a n d M n ; . l.loyil K r c p p s , Mr.s. I v i n - y M i l l e i - r M r s . Alice- Me- \ i. M · - . and Mu-. W. A. L e i ' i n - r . j Recently, in i-aters off Key West, Pla., the newly completed sul marine rescue tank wan successfully tested in coniiinction with the subrrtarxnfl S-4 of Ithc United Sfc tes Navy. (Upper) Show. 1 the new]y Idevcloped res me tank, coming to th« surface of jtlia water a ter men from the submarine had climbed aboard, while the tank wcj stt*.jhed to « hatch of tho snb. Line .from btioy att/ichsd M regcue tank. The tank is later .sunk, v^hilft t i« buoy marks the place of mibroarsion. (Lowt ·) Members of tha crew tmcrginn J'rojn t'ao resc i« tank. DIPHTHERIA DEATHS ALMOST Di SAPPEAR FROM STATE TABLES of I i n m u i l / J i t i o n Ijy Ad- n i f u i r i of Toxin- A n t l t x i n . H A K R K S B U l t U , !·-b. 2 I.--Diphtheria is already j o i n i n g : ho inlVctloiif d!is- CHBOS w h i r l ) ar* isapfoariiiK from th detith rule lab ea, a c c o r d i n g to records of tho St .to nepa.rtrnont of Ileiilth. The effoc of il)? g-iving of, t o x i n - a n t i t o x i n to proven!, d i p h t h e r i a mini her ir; p r i n c i p a l l y to df ·rt-t of d o a t l i a , but. jt. i. no Tho lx.st. show in tables for last ye, Bethlehem w h i c h d i p h t h e r i a , w i t h o t i had ,']9 ca.'iCti arid c Iho m a r k e d l y de- d i p h t h e r t a . in t h e death rate r w-ui made by had i!l «Uvf« oC a death. Taylot- to d(-ath»; AJtoona, 3G; Wilfjor and · 'enterville each ^} and Lebanon hai : t cif.es wltbout. any deaths, llarrisbii.- -5 had 23 ca-wa hut 1,0 ileathis o£ rijcsi-Tenls oE the city. Oihor townt; in th honor roll ot h a v - ing no d i p h t h c r U i deaths, hut w i t h over 10 ci«es, ii clucKxi Lcwiiitown, Pott Blown, K i t t a n iln-g, St.. Olnilr, Now Kensfington, Grc," nsburg, TarontiHn, Mo'nongahcla and Frcodoin. Hutler with only four ca- ea and no deaths made the. be«t sli'Wing. of tho third- clasn cities. Reports from 'I 4 boroughs; liste-d various con-taccio is dise-as«£ iJurrinR- I92!i, but showed no !iphthrir/ wlUIo 165 boroughs mai· no ropor!« o!' any di«asos to'thc St'it'e Department of Health. DoubtlO".« isany of thc;;o sniiill towns bad some MRS. SARAH MORRISON OF MEYERSDALE DIES AT AGE OF 88 YEARS MEY1CKSDAJ.E, Feb. 2 -I-- Mrs. Sarah Morrison, SS years old, U«xl at. the Counu Ho»jitat at Somerfict Friday night, i - f t e r a long i l l n e n H caused by i n - j HrmUi' ; H of HBO. Her r o m n i n H were j brougl t hor«s ami prepare*! for l u i r i a l j by Uudftrtakor .T. 1^, Tressler and I taktn to the homo of her brother. | lilcharri Kemp, in Oiinger street, f r o m ] which place the f u n e r a l was hold thiis j at'lern KJ,I. Rev. Gyjrgo Falion, pastor of tho Firtit Methodist Kpiscopa! C h u r c i. of which Mra. Morrition was a men l?er. condtictol the Bf.-rvicc-, ai'lor w h i c h inte-nnetit « - aa mail'' In U n i o n Cemetery. 8esiiw her brother alxnre rnenllonwl Bhe in Burvivod hy another h r o t h u r . lOaston Kemp, l i v i n g near l l a l f i n t o w n , and «nf fisu-r, Mrp. C'hcls e Slicer of Meywedale.. Hor husband, Tbomaa Morrison, died o. n u m b e r of ycarw ago, after which she made her home w l i h Mrs. Slicer u n t i l about three years upo w h e n nh onterxl the hospital whore siie ro- eci u n t i l the end came. SOVIET LEADERS FOOL PEOPLE II (TO FEAR OF INVASION Fnpiilatiun A r o u s e d to Fitch on . V n n h w s a n The Hod HIM oil".' of ARMY IS BEING HIGHLY TRAJ NED l!y fctruENB f ' t i i t w l Pro-'H Stuff Corre»|x ndetit. MOI-X.'OVV, Kib. -(.- Sovie leaders stirred th*; Russian n.Uion U a fevdr of putriotlsn? y«'9toriay in ce obration of !l)r lit)! annivorita-y of tl y founding of tho red .winy. D r i v i n g home to lh people the "im- nnnr'nt, danger of wsr." th-e KT chi*fa iised l.!io- v^lebraJion t i un occasion tor dein-inding ",i nisi imum of Iro|)arcHino«ii" to meet: the a ti-Sorlot now bpin-g dmwlo -ed in all ;ountries." A» tho red troop:-! :xiu'ised u review Mn,. W. W. .Stiver, son, W i l l i a m , and i lofr« tho nation--t-ktay Shenandoah \va ; tho town most disastrously «trick :t w i t h liphtheria, w i t h 149 caeca a td ·!! doath«. "Weat Pitteton with 10; eases and Carbondale and Krackvil e w i t h 102 «w-h -w-erc proportionatoly m u c h harder hit than Scranton with 12 1 ' ca«cs, or Willcca- Barre with 130. Numoroiw anial sr towns whore, littlo or nothing has b( oii done to i m m u n i z e the school c h i l d - o n proportionately have received jnieh more sev-ere o u t - breukt! of dlp'ht)i'.*r;i.'i, although thoy .show a total of t o w e r eases, Their rival communities have clear]/ demonstrated the Tain ! of .toxin-antitoxin campaigns, ofllci: Is awe or ted. j daughter, .MUw BIix.-ibeih, of Wash| iiiffto.i, D. C., motored herii Saturday for a visit with the former'.'- son-in-lnw and r a u g h t e r , Mr. and Mr Xanfile. noon accompanied hy Mrs. Nauglo who will spend two w«cl;s in Washington. Mr and Mra. J antes McDowell nf Indiana, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bcegle of Huntington, VV. Va,, who were here attending the f u n e r a l of their sister, Mr*. Henry Kr«ui«tumr, retuin«l to their respective homes on Satu'day. Mrs. Bruce Lichly i« visiting for a fow days with hor son-in-law arjd daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Leland Becker in Pi.irmont, VV, Va. Charier; Schi-oyer spent ih-e woe-k-enrt np in I'itlHhurg. Marsarot HartUs II. N., of Un- iontovvn spent Sunday h!re with her parent..'!, Mr. and Mm. John Hartlo. Mr. and Mre. Char lea Sanders visited relatives in Sornersot Seiurday. Jerry Foloy, omployod in PittsburK, epent Sunday hero with his mother, Mrs Michael Foleyy Ruffsdale * M ; a n d M r - i . t ' t i t i l o a l . y i u ' h a n d d r c i i , H t l c a i or and . I n l i n , Mr. and Mm. i A . D . Po\v I i . M r . a n d M i v . T h o m a s ; C m \ \ U i f i i , M'\ ;HH! Mr.-., i l a r v i ' v I.tice. ] Mr. ; i n l .\i:- C. II. C i t | i | u ; t l . .Mr. ;im! I .Mrs. . i d l i s i K x M i f M . . Mr. and Mr-;. !;. IS. i Hti.f.m-:'i. , ' l r . j i i i . i Mr?.. W i l l i a m l . i n J :sl Mr-;. Di'-ri linw,"i'. \ r i - ; ^ a n d J M - a i n l . - n i i i . \ V i H i - s a m i . \ i i i - . }·' T. T h o r p e . M r s . M i " . K ; n i i i a S U o ; \ r t " ' . M;,.r; · ; · · , Mi-.;. K c n a I x i w t h o r , Mr.*; H ) u ; c ' i l A d : i n u ; . N};'. i i i u l M r s . . .' : ', M i ' t - . K.'iy K i i M H M ' f ! , P l l i l i p i - i Mi'. .1 n . I \ ! i .- Kii r i H i . s e n - , KUKKSDALFJ, "-'eh. i t -- M r . and Mre. i^. Curry of Pit sburg spent Kutiday witli t h e iat.tcr' parents, .Mr; and, Mrs. Frank Bow nan. Margaret Ston r M visitin;; 'frienda Mr. and Mre. 1-r.aroJd Shinloy ami d a u g h t e r , Dorot iy, nn\ Mis-v-i R u t h Shipley, npent S Uimlay w i t h , relatives in ConneH.sville. Mrs. Ida H c n r v spent the weok-end w i t h relative.s u Pittsburg. Mr. and Mr«. I'atil McCoy and child r e n ol' "Rvcr.iO] .spent the week-oiid w i t h the l a t t c r ' s pai'(!iit«, Mr. and i\lrs. J. S. Diblor. The Y o u n g i adios fiibk! Claris ol! X.ion L u t h e r a n Uind:iy School lii'ld a b'.rtinluy ubcial in l!i- c h u r c h lxi."e- inent T h u r K d a y o von l u g . at. 7 ;;',(). An »Miti.'r(*iinmi?in ;i id ^peilin!; bue wa.s held ami rofreiil miMil-:-; wove ticrvcd. Mr. aud M r s . c i a r l Long of A k r o n , Oliio, tqiont Sin !;iy w i t h dtp t ' o r n i f r ' t i ii.M'fnlH. Mr. .in, ain:. ,\l. A. I . O I I K . A i r . ant! "Mrs. H a r r y l l e r s l i h w r g e r and i - h l l d r t ' T i i - M t ' u d v i l l e , spent the Wi-ck-md w i i i t i ii' la:.!t'r'« m i l l n - i - . Mr.s. sive. w-e-11 «iuippe'd and. ti ciplinod body of mei:-., in (· --tii-e commlsstt-rsi anc lh? pr- ss united They r»turn«d Sunday nlto'r" j lo «K«aH2o Russia'H .eatiino, a to meet 1 " from tin.' impres idy d.!fi- ;itrast, to Her days Bridgeport HUIDOEPORT, Feb. 22 ~ Mr. and Mrs. Uharleti Krye tind (ihiidren of Strtithern, Ohio, spent tho week-end with Mra. Ifryo'e mother, .Mrs. Mattlo Davis. ' . · . Members of the 0. W. Ho well Council, O r d e r of independent Americans, met on Thursday e v e n i n g at the late home of their brother, Hiram Boyer, who died on Monday morning, to hold spc)'3lol.services for h i m . Mr, Boyor wat a nitimber of ih-e organization. Cor ·12 years and was a (ihartnr member. f ^ a l a r in the evening members of 'Mose Koto KcKJge of Odd Follows of M o u n t Flcas«nt met to hold services for their departed brother. tVn-i. .Lavada Steoher of ftioiuit Pleas 7 a n l spent Friday w i t h hor mother,' Mr;. J o h n Qiioer. Mrs. J o h n Curtis o[ M o u n t Pleasant spent. Thursday w i t h her sieter. Mrs. O. .1. Morgan. In t h u a f t e r n o o n v)Hite! Mrs. H a r r y Rhomt? ami Ray Herishherger. those who advertise. Cliickcn Snake; in Triiji. NKAV fUCKNI-;. N, "C,, Ki;. : ch 1 ir.k-t'ii ..«-uiikt was about tlijlmgh it k n o t h o l e in ( h i of it la feni'e, a^co-i'dini. 1 I D "Nev»r rt1nc« t h e «nd of tlu» civil wars," said K!*mMtU Vorotib lov, coni- tulssar of war. In a mwnife to, "have iho hostile activities of the ii ipe assumed Bitch proportions IH at the lireiw.-nl: moment." "Imicrlalibt:i, l-'asrists, an i whito Einlsrocs arc* pre-D«*r- 'g a now armod attack agaiuat .the K vormnent uf tho iH-oletajian. "dtntutovsb D. A wild an-ti-Soviet ct-.Tnivaisa Jvas be«n d*v-eloped in a-H capitalistic ;ouiitrU5s. Tiii wai'ld't; lirst proiota-riar nation is lining- cLrc-nciit-wl in an cx:ean I Hes and lilx.-ls. Provocatious fiUse c cumonts, .salxjtago, (jverylhin;-; ha* 1 een used ajfainst us." Articles !n »iniilar vein we e publish- c-d by c;«neral S, M. Hud«n», Valerien Kulbishev, president of Lh auprenw economic council, Joaopii I nschiickt, assistant war comniissar, uid otiiior i?adji'. c i, all of w lion i UiKlfsU d there ^s cianK-e-r of itiborvonti'Mi. Tlw Ijondon Naval Conl'c '6n«e was devrlbwi'-as.a cloak fo-r ml itary alliances and ngreevnen'uB, "prii clpally directed ttgaiinat the Sovi-fjt U Po]o Plus, thii Arclkbisln t e r b u r y and other notabl th-o campaign Stgatngt Rue .·ian- "gc-d- le.sstiosB" wore- sfit. .down s enem'io^ of the- Union. "Representatives"oC CUrir. tin; Berlisi tttici Paris fo social-Democi-tUic pro.ititul and m a k c r x of pogroms garments a n d ' l a y " dothitiK Pravda, "all are mobilized tirsi, p r o l e t a r i a n state." 'Po signalize the army's I oliday, the nation's h i g h c a t h o n o r -- t b : red banner-- w a s Conferred on " "ords-hilow, B u d e n n y , Joseph Stalin a id Mlchaol K a l i n i n , p r e s i d e n t of U; ; Russian Federal So'vlol Republics. Genera) Budenny was honored f o r h.ls military ai t h e llnsso-Chineae. q n a r r o Chinese Eastern R a i l w a y . Mass meetings took pin -e in cities D , e v ; a n d . t o w n s 'ilironghcyif R iswlu, with j, !iri . i the participation of. sc dlers and ". ' "' j " c o m m a u d e r K , " as officers are deslg- i - n u t e d . Kvtrywlieri! the sf diery were extolled a.s the biil\viu-k a -;a.lii«t capi- t a l i s t i c iitlaclf. All C o m m u n i s t . 01 .Ion." P of Cana loadin.g . on earth, gers, the a, bandits n clerical ' sttys the gainst, iho esspccially ion d u r i n g over the THE TROUTMAN Phone 885). Be Wise and Grasp the Given Opportunity. Phono 890,, Admiration is Freety Extended These Leaders Crepe de Chine Princess Slips $1.95 i Have you heard the features of these Blips? Made of good weight crepe de'chine which IB tightly woven. Tailored to give satisfactory wear--turned French seams, not just sewed together. The inverted pleats give extra hip fullness, and made with eight inch turned back shadow hem. Hemstitched tailored top and narrow self fabric straps. Always Shown in a Full Range of Colors and Sizes. Trontrann's--Second Floor. 1 / Turkish Wash Cloths A DOZEN $1.00 In Soft Pastel Tints Wash Cloths are qtflte a necessity--so replenish your supply while they are so reasonable. A 12-inch wa^li cloth of fine turkifth material. In soft pastel t i n t s of rose, maize, blue and green. Crochet edge. Reuruiur lOc value. Trontnian's--First Floor. Point D'Eprit Criss-Cross Curtains $1.68 Double Thread Turkish Towels Lnrgre Pull Ruffle* 50 inch curtains in cream or w h i t e w i t h -large £ull r u f - !len and finished w i t h valance ruffle. Those b e a u t i f u l cnr- iiina are suitable, for the berl rooms, '-lining nr l i v i n g rooms, Ilu-dccorate, y o u r home w i t h n o w ·url.ains for Spring and Summer. Marquisette Panels 88c--strip ?A inch x 2i/i yds. Ecru Marquisette, Panels . . . hemmed on both sides and finished with fringe set qp on hem. Plain or w i t h 3 tucks. 'I'routiniin's--Second Flo-or, 18c Vartetj- of Colored Jtorders ISxIJii inch p u r e bleach^ turlisli towels in plain w h i t e or w i t h fast, colorod borders of rosfc, h l i i p , gold, ,.:c'ii(l anl sreeii. Tho towel reliable for loriK wear. Are you well supplied'.' Troiitmu.n's--Flrttl Floor. i GREAT OPPOBTCNITY Here you are, folks. A reg-ular old- fashioned "Count tli.e Beans" CJonteat. A real opportunity for young and old. Looks easy, doesn't it? But say--just try it yourself. It takes real cleverness to count the taeajis correctly. C»n you do it? Can you count an the buans (n the bean pot picturexl here? Start right now. Bo careful--fie accurate--be sure you count cor- roctly. Here's the chance of a lifetime to win a far-tune in prl«a. HUSH YOUtt ANSWER IN. There will be twenty-five prizes (n an. In the event o( ties, · duplicate prizes will bo awarded. · 25 CASH FRIZES QUICK! Count the beans--Just ·writs tho number on a poad-jird or letter, sign your nume and address and mall It In. That's tilt. I! your anuwcr is correct you -wf/l bo mlglity clona to winning the big first prize. B. M. SLATER k S5 E. 4* Si., Dcpt.12 ST. PAUl, MINN., ? 1OOO m msh Awards Si'iijMirl linhi'n tij Quake. ' V O I / d S , (ii-t'i (.. K t -i. 2-1.- A v i o l e n t ! r a r i h i | i a k i }t\f n i e i i t i l i r l i n u c i i . d a m - · a t e A M I ! f n r r ' u - h p.-oplo i n t o a i v . u i i r , ' l l o u K ' f p C T i ' ; - i p : - r i . K ^ p d r l s h^r,.v H i i h j ·'.-nornips: : i i \ i : -t\ i i . ; H TSu-hflc.- n i i f j l A t a i k i n t i a,;.:' w _rc ilii'.ki.Mi. l'ue;h. it Hiwed an e«K. swallowc'd it, a n i l t h e n - .started throu-gii - t h e hoi«. \V's;Kl 1 us it w o u l d , !ho egg auiidsii-ij) p;'v-enl.ed f n i ' l h w progj-ess. An eg-y on the O'thor side nttraot';.! its iitten- t i r u . I t swallowed t h a t o n e l o o i n : a n d g o i n g . HIP reptile i h ' . M ' D i i g l y t r a p p e d , n n r i i t W H S t i i - i c hefor* il could break the r- fi\*i Lt.s«l f. U l ) - -''· A j i - a l U ' J u p o n to pres.j I to c r a w l ( t r a i n i n g phasiis of t h u i r v back yui-d j (.iiiy.t'u, t h e y wen t o l d , MiiTt-ay i c : i l n U)le of haiidlin}; a g u n ur otlKM iiarapli«i';iall» l l O d u c i i t i o n of the a r m y , H a n d , w,.is a i s u einphaslxe i n i e u d s t o h e t i d i t s m e n f a / i n ar.d I'uivlorie *, a E t e r w e r e .3- military j r k . , K v e r y should be a fruK ma.sk war. n t h e other . The army lack to the t h e i r serv- MABEL NORMAND, GREATEST SCREEN COMEDIENNE, DEAD Movte Actress Succumbs to Tuberculosis at Sanitarium Jn California. MYSTERY FIGURE IN TAYLOR MURDER By GEORGE H. BIS ALB Uni'ted p.resw Staff Corr-espondent. ' HOL/LYWOOD, "Feb. 2-!.--Mabel Nor- inand, the greatest of all screen corn-ediennes, died without realizing the only ambition she had ((wring (,lw last months of hor illness. She wanted to hear tho confession of the jier.son who kill.od VVi-lIJam Deamond - Taylor, but when .sh* suc- eiunJxxl 'to lubrculoais yesterday in the Pottenger Sa.nitiwium at Monrovia, th« crini-e which has baffled more than' one regime- ot i^os Angeles county prosecutors eenmd no neave-r Bolutlon than the day it was commlt'le-d. A.s fair hack an a m o n t h before hw dealli yesterday she told district at- toirney's ofllce investigators: ."I hope to God that before 1 d-iu, they f i n d Ui-u- slayer of W i l l i a m Desmond Tuylo-r. , "They say t h a t i h e y kyiovv 1 d i d n ' i clo it," she kept repeating. "Yet they (presumably th* dete«-tl-ves) always w a n t Uj question me a i w u t it." When Mabel Normai d said that she was in th* Pottenger Sanitarium without a chance to recover from tuberculosis. Slie woigbc-d only SO p o u n d s and ·was unable to recognise even h-er best j firlends. Mahal JVTo-rmaml diet: s m i t i n g us uhe had through Uie moii ha in which it hardly Kfemj-d poK^ihl that she* ever would leave the sanili r i u m »Mve. She loved Hfo a u d did not. v a n t to die. I Miss Norman-d, tho wife of Lew Cody, scron star, h a t he-rin reported as improved after bit od transfusloiis Were employed receu ly in an effort to y trc 11 g fch-e n 1; c r. She was first lirike i w i t h the baffling murder of W i ' l i u m Desmom! Taylor, noted movie I i rector in .19^i when police learned .hat the actress visited Taylor lhat evening before his body was found. Bin- was Mount Pleasant In 192:.! she was i at Cortland S. Dines when he wtus shot Horace Oreo-r. Ten m o n t h s later -a u divorce c o m p l a i n t CJ-eorgia VV. H.urch agi alre husband. Normal Mlssi, No-rrnan-d u n d ried hi Ifl2t. The- comedienne en 1U10. In many Mack she appealed with tier lirst bis p i c t u r In w h i - h Cody playei n the a p a r t m e n t Denver broker, iy her chauffer, 10 W.-IK named in aj'ought by .Mrs. .in-st-be)- m i l l i o u . W. H u r c h . C.'-ody \ve-ro mar- tered pictunvs in veniiett t:oiiHdlo-« Charley C h a p l i n , v was "Mil-key,'' t h e h e a v y . Cornwa ; ^-MHP gsH to' U-c, h c i t i - r enu'ppc"! t a a n ( ver to e n t e r c i v i l t i i c r At a n d n u l u s t r i sorjuUv.a-hon l i f e o f r h p - uid t o f u r l a l i o n . tmv, l" (1 fi".i Koi ii'L' t.liie y aj' a.re p l e l i n g speL-iul cmirKCK In the orfi'tin- \ » i i t i i i i tuid ( t p e r a U o i i ;f e - o l l e c t i v o t'ltrmn. Scattered over every section oi'- the c o u n t r y , t h e y w i l l become a p o w e r f u l e d u c a t i v e force w h e n t h e y are released trom c l u t y . Kvery incident a f f e c t i n g soviet v e - j lalifwiships with the rest, of i h e world, | such as those in 'Mexico Cily, Paris | mid L o n d o n , is used to t h r o w the I'oar J of i n t e r v e n t i o n into th'o hearts of Uie Six Indicted for S NKW YORK, Feb. a-I.- - - L i i i ' i i h u y U. I T c n r y . a.sslstiuit Un IM! Slat«s at.lor- iH;y of Ui'uok'lyn las-', n i ^ l i l disi'losed I hat K J X liven were In i i c n t o i l Friday rm c-harges of K i i i u p g l UK «.li'H« fivtiu Poland. Foiw of tin in h a v e been ar- ivs'tod, li-e said. l/!okJH(f tor Jarjralu.s T Read the a d v K t b e m e ' t « in Daily Courier ·fpeeiul to The Courior. MOUNT PLEASANT, Fsb. 24.TM H a r o l d K. Darling has announced the I'otiowIiiB .speakers to rcpr}sent the M o u n t Pleasant High School in the i n t e r c o u n l y debate, the schedule for w h i c h has not been announced: Aff i r m a t i v e . Leonard J logoff, Merrill Pago and PatHy Fiaudaca; negative, George liicher, Daniel Kmas and Cecilia !!c- K fr. The lirst debate -will be held March M. l-'iitlier.Son iiamniet. Tho a n n u a l f a t h e r and s^n banquet at. -the R e u n i o n Presbyterian Church wart held In t h e social rooms on Friday even tit}?. The room \va? decorated \vil|] a p o r t r a i t of George VVasliinjrlon. stri-anu-rs a n d flags. Sixty-five m e n a u d boys g a t h e r e d a t I h o t a b l e s w h i l e tho S u n d a y school orchestra played. T h e occasion opened w i t h f-alules a n d pledges of al!egicii-o first, to t h e Starw and Stripe* a n d ( l i e n t o t h " Clmslian flag. A fine tliitnor was served by th-o Lad'icH' A i d Society of the church. The favors consisted of baskets filled will) m i n i s a n d adorned w i t h cherries, K. C. Stuvenson was toastmastor. The uddiT«s of the e v e n l n m WHS delivered James ( ' l u r k , pastor of th« by Uev. Second ioiitovv'ii Presbyterian: C h u r c h o-t Ua- 1'ersoiuil Mention. M'r. and Mrs. F r a n c i s Kelly and c h i l d r e n h a v e r e t u r n c a t o t h e i r home ,-it Wilson, a f t e r v i s i t i n g f r i e n d s here. Mrs. S. K y S e l j i n d l w a r r i d a u g l i i f i r , Betty, and son. Sanmel, \ isi'tkl ' w i t h Mrs. Hctiindle'ri mot her, Mrs. M o r g a n , a t W a r r v i i , Oh5o. n v e v t l i c we»k-end. M a r y J a m - Noss. ,, s i n , l e n t ' at I n - d-iaua Tcachevs College, spent, Uir w e c k - i ' u d w i t h h e r p a r e n t s , M r , auu Mrs. F r a n k N'oss. Sure ! When yon u^: Ads, in The Daily Courier. Tfee oos if* siuail, re-suits arc by-

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