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February 25, 1930

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!*- T f R S D A V , F U i U U ' A R Y 2:", SEN/ffESETTLES DOWN TO FINISH TARIFF MEASURE With Prohibition Lnirt Side, Hope Is to Complete 'Hill By "Marrl: 10. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELL.SV: LLB, PA. PAGE THREE. KNOCKED COLD IIV FIRST ROUND HOUSE MOVING ALONG EASILY; riy (.Tutted l-ri-s.«. WASHINGTON', Fob 25. ...... W i t h t h e p r o h i b i t i o n issuo temporarily s h u n t e d asiflo u n d e r t e r m s of a two weeks' t r u c o effected yoste-rd iv, tho Sr-mit' 1 ·iriay ;;Mi!od down I n tho serious w o r k of c o m p l e t i n g t l ' c t a r i f f bill by March 10. Senate 1 ' loaders, dc t o n n i n t x l that n o t h i n g shall delay t h e b i l l f u r t h e r , figreo'l to tlrop tho p r o h i b i t i o n controversy u n t i l (.hat do to. w h i c h was .sot by Republican Klnor I, wider W a t son a.: tho time the bit 1 , m u s t bo completed. The Sormto J u d i c i a r y C o m m i t t e e de- i-id'etl to postpone u n t i l M a r c h 10 Us consideration of the Morris r e s o l u t i o n proposing a senatorial investigation of prohibition. Tho delay was proposed in u m o t i o n of Senator A s h u r s t . A r i - zona dry, w h i c h also provid'.xl t h a t C h a i r m a n A V i c k e r f - h a m of t h e President's l^i \v U n t o r c c m o it C o m m i s s i o n and A t t o r n e y G e n e r a M i t c h e l l be called be-foro t h e eomTir.Ueo. I n t e r e s t i n t h e t a r i f f debate, w h i c h has la '-iced a bit of laU\ was revived yester lay w h e n c o n s i d e r a t i o n of tho wool . i r h e t l u l o r e s u l t e d i n d i s r u p t i o n of the onco p o w e r f r . I coalition of D e m o c r a t s a n d W e s t f r - i R e p u b l i c a n s . Tho c : a ! i t i o u was be; s e n badly on every vote t a k e n . Tho de-ball- on imlr ulua! amend- m e n t s t o r a t e s c h e d u l e ? c o n t i n u e d t o d a y w i t h t h e K a s t r r t i ;;roup h i g h l y c.'iicournpccd b y i t s c o m p l e t e v i c t o r y . Tho Senate lobby i n v c . - f i l i a t i o n com- mitteo resumed its i n r n i i r y today, and s h e I n t e r s t a t e C o m m e r c e C ' o m r n i s s i o n C o n i n i i t t e e a g a i n took u p i's i n v e s t i K a - t i o n o tho Ketl'.-ral 1': wcr C o i u i n i ^ - .sion. Hon.'ip-, coa?!in^ l e i s u r e l y a l o n s ^ i v a i t i n u ; for tho S e n a t e to ex- i t s e l f f r o m t h e l - ^ U l a l i v o j a m i s h o l d i n i : i t b;.ck, t o o k u p !i!ls, i n r l n d i n ^ c u e t o i n c r e a s e ; h c r c i i n b u r s e i t i ' i;(. of \ ' i t i i e s s ' i : w h o a p p e a r before ll.uisc c( i i u u i t i e t s. T h o House l i i t e r . - s t r r e C o m m e r c o Comnu : U:e b e w a i l i - o i i s i . l c T a t u m of u h i l l t o r e s u i i a t e m o ' o r bus liii'.-s--a m e a s u r e t h a t m a \ h a v e ;i t'ar-reachint; e f f e c t on t h i s m e a n s o f t r a n s p o r t a t i o n . The \'n ukin.-;' C ' o m r n i i U ' e h c - ^ a n i l s i n v c s t i p ; i i i o n o f b r a n c h a n ! c - I i . i i n b a n k - HOOVER WARNS EXPENSES MUST BE CURTAILED .\'o one ai-courit is of much while? l i a l f - \Vhen yc u'vc caught i one, km ck it out! i Don't w a t , and don't j tbink yoi must po to | bed or y ' n y indoors | to (Jo it. Next: time : your iiea I sttifTs-up, i ryes wat r and nose ' runs, see low c|iiickly j you can inap-cn.it o( j a miscral Ic cold just by taking Pape'sCold Compoun i. tablets th.it couldn't but how t iicy stop a JACOBS CREEK M.E. CHURCH IS BEING RENEWED Nov Coil in ur, Hardwood Floor, J!online- System Part t I m p r o v e m e n t s . PYTHIAN SISTERS AIDING CHARITY Little, white h a r m anybody, cold! Papc's Cold Compou id w i l l clear a cold that's clung fot days. All s, o n l y 35c a package, and you arc sure to get. relief. up The w h i l e t r i c . a i e w h i c h m i n o r Historical Body Will Meet Friday Night, Uniontown U N I O N T O A V X . Feb. St.- -The m i d - w i n t e r meeting of the mciu ers of the W e s t m o r e l a n d - K a y e t t e Com ty B r a n c h o f t h e H i s t o r i c a l Society f Western P e n n s y l v a n i a w i l l bo heir' in the W h i l e S w a n Hotel F r i d a y veniric; a t 7:.'Hi o'clock. Or. J o h n K e n n e d y I , a c o c k ot I'.ostcm, Mass.. v. ill d e l i v e r his l e c t u r o on "Forbes 1 M i l lary Road and the O p e n i n g of tho Ob 1 . West." Dr. I.acock has conduct! d on foot three e x p l o r i n g and resoar -!i p a r t i e s o v e r the r o u t e if the m a r c h oC General Forbes' a r m y . Dr. Lacock, p r e s i d e n t of the Boston School of E x p r e s s i o n , was born near P i t t E O i u r s j and g r u d - u a t o d fr m War.h- i t m t o n ( t J e f f e r s o n CelleKo and H a r - vard V n i v e r s i t y . H e i s w e l l k n o w n , e s p e c i a l l y t h r o u g h o u t New Knj-'lund. as a l e c t u r e r and e d u c a t o r . Dr. hacoek has K i v e n t i n of W e s t e r n P e n n s y l v a n i a COng-land m u c h s t u d y a n d h a e x t e n s i v e l y on those suh.; l e c t u r e s i n c l u d e "Bnuhloc.k' E x p e d i t i o n , " " H i s t o r i c Bo h i s t o r i e s iiHl New i l e c t u r e d ·cts. His M i l i t a r y t o n a n d V i c i n i t y . " " C u m b e r l a n d N'a i o n a l , o r C r i i t e d S t a t e s R o a d , " "Forhe: ' M i l i t a r y Hoarl," and tho :,ivcs of AV i s h i l i R t o i t a n d L i n c o l n . H o n o r a b l o K II. U e p p e r f , ,f U n i o n - t o w n , p r e s i d e n t o f t h e KO e t y , w i l l p r e s i d e at t h o m e e t i n g a n d i h » pro- j r r a m w i l l i n c l u d e , i n a d d i t i m t o D r . liiicock's f a p e r , several i n n s cul numb e r s u n d r e p o r t s f r o m tin The m e m b e r s of the soci' f a m i l i e s a n d f r i e n d s a r e irr, it i.j e x p e c t e d t h a t t h e m e e t i i i m e r e s t i i i s »nrt w e l l a t t e n d p * ollk'frs. t y , t h e i r Hod, a n d -.' w i l l be Summit r r \ I T ( ) N . I'Y- x;*- n '.e;-, ir.u: : l ()(/ iv L ' l - b" '^e-id $")0. (100. "()(/ -of l!i-e b'.Siltce- 1 t h e coTuiim fiscal y nu- or the A d i i v . u i s t r u t i o u is L e a d e d I"";- l i n a n e i a l t r t . ' i b i i s , I'rv..!- d e n l l l i : - v r u : i d Ki crel.i ry of 'i';f.-a;;- :i;-y M " . l o i ) w a r u c . i l ··finrr. i .--sional b a d i - r s at a W h i t e i l o i s - . - broa.kfa.-n i ont'crc'ii e t o d a y . A M p-o;)o:---il M o v c r t i n i - n t c-xp'Tidi- t in'os li '.voiiil t!u i l i i i ; i - - { t i i u i ^ t be e J i m i n a U ' - J s v i t h the- e x c e p t i o n of v c t - ei'.-nns' ( . ^ a b i l i t y i n c r e a s e ·, the I're i' e n t t o ' d his g u e s t s at. tin- blfjuc'St \ V l i i t o I U ' i i ; . ' b r e a k f a s t -u- h a s iie'.d. It was t. le « x ':oml in le-.s t h a n a sve^ik. "K\er," dollar we excec d our l i m i t s r means a n o t h e r d(»!l:ir i n t a x a t i o n i n t h o f a l l , " c h i m - d i n .Sc.-crctary i f Trcasur;-' ?!cJlo:i. who ad loci tils n o t e of w r . r n i u s to t h a t of l!'.e ' ' h i e f Kxt«-:-u- 1 ive. VoUs rrcvnits Ann.\ution. l i l C H I ^ i N , Keb. -"». -One man pre- ·e-tited t!io t i n y l'rc-3 ; ;tato of S c l i a t i m - j u r g - I j i p p o f r o m hecomi r; j u s t , a n - Uier s e l i o n l' l ' r u w s i : i y e s t e r d a y vlu.-n tho die-t rejecttyl a plan to in- o r p o r a t i ' with tho large- state t h a t .-.urrounds it. Tho propo-sul was de- i'eaU'd b j a s i i i R l o vote. Wliirlwlnd Twists House. SAX KWANCISCO, Feb. L'5.--With a roar likt an e.xplc6tou, a :r ! ak w h i r l wind twit ted «n uiioccupkd t w o - s t o r y liouee from itn f o u i u l i i t i o u In tlio B u n - t.vi d i s t r i c t last, n i t i h t an! s w i r l e d itw way over tho nearby sand d u n e s . , Fob. 2."i.--Jacob Harforrl, M.rs. \ V i l l i a m Mc-Jxm-Hl ;i id MTK. ficcn-u-v C l a r k were c a l l i n g « \ Robert . M c L u u u h l i n a', the t ' n i o n l o w i llos-pi- i a!. Wa!to-r K f l l y of I«iinber-t cap here r a i l in:; on his sister, Mrs. Ja -ob l i a r - f o r d . Mr. and Mrr. .foseph Mit-h :l of M:- Kc-eApurf. s p p n ! week-end \~il\\ tho !attcr'.s parents, .Mr. and Mrs. A V i l H a i i i Sit-Kky. Mr. and Mr*. W. P. I!r:i i m » n of W i l k i n s b n r s spent t!ie vvtM-U- nc! w i t h .Air. and Mrs. William McDov, ell. Lloyd Chrise spent Sunday with his tnoihcr, Mrs. Margery (,'lirisn Mr. and .Mrs. Ivevi Morris ; nd children ot Maria-una wore wi H n f C on relatives hor. Mr. and Mrs. John Sedick ; nd c h i l - dren of Kvor.wn spent the; \ eek-ond with Mr. und Mrs. Albert Hot;,. Cia.rk \Vorthin-gton of AVili in.sbiiTK visited ov^r Sunday with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. James YV. Wortiilngton. Ainbimndor to K«t»rn. MKXICO CITY, Feb. 2G. --Th'e for- office announoed that Mi n-ucl C. Teller, ambassador to Lh-o I'nitod States, w i l l re-turn to his p st In Wasliiiigtou oarly next mouth. Patronlzn those wn«/ adveitiw. Patronise Uioso who advortlsei 6 6 6 Tablets Kelicvos n Hfiulaclic or Nour ilg-fn In :i() niinntns, rliciks a Cold ( s i o flr.st day, and cliecks Mjilarln in thr^e days. (iH5 also In Liquid. es- business is good! There's a reason --ask anyone who eats here. Colonial Restaurant 1-20 North Pittsburir Street Strictly American Cooking --and Sumo Home-like! Special to The- C o u r i e r , SCOTT-DAMO, Fob. 25. Jacobs Crook Slothodist Kplwopal Chtitroli, wost. or 5c.ott.dalo, is un.dorjroinK cxlons-ive i m - provtuncMits. A c f i l i i i K and hardwood door ;irc b o i r - R put in ami a heal 1 UK .sysUun uistaiiod. 'I'lio i n t e r i o r is lx- i i i ^ iiaporod, ;;rained and varnished Uirougliout ' I n general tho ch-uroh will tako on n dift'ercn-t ap Jacobs C r t e l c CliurcH lias standing in ixto present local aJmost a h a l f r.entury and is possibly tho mother clnux.-i of Metliodisni in thiH .locality. Tho c o n K r c ^ a t l o n , of w h i c h Key. .1. M. Cog-Icy, is in.stor, is a t present mooting at. White School. Lurcony Case SoUled. John Keller of Stall Is town, H. D. 1, wiia given a hearing Monday lx*fcirr .1nsti« o£ th 1'ivaco William Kon- n-oll, c-linr.god -vit-li larceny o£ ha-rness. t l i o infOTiniition b e i n g mado \y F r a n k l l r i b a l of near Scjot.tda.le. Kell-er siutod that H» li-oughi. tho harn?«s from a man named Uurkhol-dor. Th-e caHO was dlsri isa-e-d n f t e r Keller paid the I'osits and tho l a w y e r ' s fees an-d turned ov-er the- harntMS to llribal. A l d i n c riiarfty Work. Tho coiulitions in and around Scottdule are f rowing steaadily worse and th« As.'-xx- ated f.^hairititxs is being f-allod uiKn tc. t a k o caro of persons in w a n t u n t i l t-lify hnvo used ovory resources and are calling upon, tbo public \s'her^-r poss'iblo to h e l p out. Tho 1'ythUui Siatprti are responding to this call b-. r giving a card rairty Wodn-osday. F-cbrunry 20, at 8 o'clock in tho Moose HaU, tho procc-wis to £?o to tho Assoni.vod f'haritioa. l''ifty PEM- cent of tho net proOUi f r o m t h o Kradc (jporetla to bo irefKHite-d in tho Htrawl 'I'li-fatro on Th iryday cvoniiiK w i l l iw turiH.-'i o v e r b-.- t l n s - t t i t l o n t s to tlic- A s HCM: i n t oil 0! la r i t.i es. I ' r i n r i u i i l livers Spoaks. K. M. Hjx'fs, p r i n c i p a l of tho hij.:h s c l U H i l , was t J n v spoanor at tho wook- ly Rotary d i n n e r last, .owning n t the Y. M. r. A. Mr. Myers .'-rpoko cn "I'roblonia of n I l i i , r h School." Solt'd Clnss liinfrs. Today ( h o J i . - n i o r class of t h o hif,-h si-boo! N v i l l sok-ct its class rin-ps. Tho senior clar-s w i l l choose* tiio invita- t i o n s f o r i h r rornnioiKrcmciit oxorflwos, ! \\!:ioh w i l l ho h e l d May "'.. As yot no .s[M-(ik(-r !\as bM-n c h o s v n . Koine: (n Washington. ?voxt fva'iirday between "^ and 40 boys and y o u n g nion w i l l go to Was-hi n p t o n , I'a., on a r e t u r n Y. M. C. A. v i s i t . Tboro ' v t l l bo a baskatbal! and j i l / U ' IKHIR I c a n i K a n d a toatn thai w i l l t a k j i a r t in Kwirnman-p; oronls. Tit Hepori on Conference. At t h e r e g u l a r moctiiTg of th« I ' h a l a n x S o c i e t y , to bt hold tonisli-t, a r e p o r t , w i l l be.' g i v e n on tho conforenco. t h a i w;u- h e l i l a CiT-eoiiKbiirg over Uio we'-k-e-na, al w:i-ich this .society had a. t-oimnittoo in : Uendanee. Cliil'S to lc«t. Tlio r-.ciilar PK-HiiiK of t.h-o Ili-Tri (-'1-ub oi' l l i o Y. M. t.'. A. will be bol! xm WeiiiKviiiay evening and- tho Ili-Y and C.'omrad-o c l u b riM.-otiriKH on 'nmrsday o \ o n i n K , all i.h.r» at tho Y. M. f. A. Other 'News. Mary ,M.is7.a.r:; of l-'Lttsbiirg st-rooi la a p a t i i M i t in t i-e- Memorial Hoflprttal at M o u n t I'lo-asa-it. MJH-.I Jr.no 1 la nes sient tho weok- end in I'ittsburj!. .Mr. anil Mrs, lloVniDS Y-ealoy ot Derry :;pent tho week-end with Miss Ann AVray. Miss Z'.'iia Txwe spent tlio wee.k-.yn] with \Vil-kins.|MTg , a n d Pittsbnrg friends. Mrs. Ksthe.r Py!e attended a meeting of Ik-'ll Telephoae employes at the W h i l e Swan Hotel, Unioirtown, last evening. Mario Oorrlgan and Helen Jarrott, nurses in t r a i n i n g at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburg, spent .Sunday at their hoins. (J. Ij. iVIarsh of Scottdale xinder- wcnt a t h r o a t operation at tho Memorial l-ki.'ipita.l ut M o u n t Pleasant yesterday. SupcM-lntondent of Schools S. B. Bu- Hck lefit Sunday for Atlantic City, where he will attend a superlntend- erit.y' me'M.lng. Ho will likely return tho lust of. tlio w-ek. Frank Byrno v/lll leave today .for Florida for a visit. Misses Hekn and VJrgiula Brennon will leave today for Florida, where they w i l l visit with their sister, Mrst. Jurnes Bennett. Mr. and Mra. Colborn Dickey of Heynoldavillo wci o tho guests over tho week end of Mr. and Mm. Jack Keith-ley. Mr. a n d Mrs. Frank. PlsaUa ot Lrfi- trobo spout tho wtuk-ond vlBltln-g with Ecoltdal* and Kvcraon trienda. Mr. u u d Mrs. Arthur Miller Sunday In Pitta-burg. those who advertlae. uted by Berkey Gay Especially for Our This Remarkable Valued-Only at Aaron's Four Large Pieces Bed . . . Bureau . . . Toilet Ta.ble . . . Chiffonier The simple lines at ql the use of beautifully grained woods make these moderr Colonial pieces a charming ensemble for the average Amerit an home. The beauty of the harmonious combinations oi walnut and gumwood will challenge the admiration of your fri 2nds and make them envious of your good fortune. The suite embodies unusual touches of refinement and attractiveness i ound only in furniture of good taste. For the Februeiry Sale we. have priced the four large pieces extremely low. Evening Appointments Arranged-Call 168 Complete Home Furnishers Since 1891 Headquarters The Famous Berkey Gay Furniture 150 PERSONS ATTEND COLONIAL TEA GIVEN BY VANDERBILT WOMEN No More Gas In Stomach and Bowels If you wish to be perrnanantly relieved of gas in itom^th and bovvula, take Bimlnmnn's Gna Tablatu, which · re preparad eBpec'ally for atomnch (fin and all tho bud effectt r«»ulting from ge9 preasure. That ompty, gnuwini feeling at th» pit of tha «tom«ch will disappear; that anxious, narvous f«ciing with heart pal- pltntion will vanish, and you will nuuin be able to tako a doep breath without discomfort. That drowsy, dleepy foelin B after dinner will bo replused by a desire /or ·ntcrtHlnment. B oaUna will ceuse. Your Umbi, arms and nngem will no longer feel cold and "go to sleep" be- cauar Bonlmjnn's Gna Tablets prevent _ga» from interfering -with the circuin- tlon. Get the genuine, in tha yellow package, at »ny good drug .tore. Price $(,, Always on hand at CONNISLLSVILLE DRUG CO. , Fob, 25. ---The '17, C. T. U. held a Qoorg-o Wn»hln'gloi3 t u u Saturday at tho homo of Mrs. U. B. Jlalwrta, Tho boiuo waH ilocoiatod with flowurs unit WiushlriKton'u plc- turo, frnnvecl wllh mini.ll flaffn of ijt-d, utui blue, Tli-e lilR Ainorlcnn floated over tho ouLrnmco wny. In the dlnrtinri? rrxini the ton. tublo w;uj beautttxil wltU laco oovor alotJ\. lu tho center was a bowl ot roil ajul -\vhlto carnations. Mrs. Charles K. Shalloivbergeir f and iMra. Jnnle Colllnfl of Daw sou dre««- ed as Colonial ladles, pixaldMl at end of the tea toible. Thwy \vein* by Miss Hilda Baker, WlH-s Lov-o und Mi»8 Glydas Gander. A mulfoal program was carried out by talent from Dawiaon and Vandw- bllt. There were guwts from Uulon- tow-n, ConjiollsvlU-o, I^erryojvolis, !Har Junction and Iaw»on. A-bout 160 wt3rs served. Mrs. Ira Blair af Perry-opo'lls was calling on fa-iends Sunday. A larg-o crowd attended the O. o;' A, claiiice Saturday evening. Mra. Cliar«ru;-e Llut la on the nlclc lls-t. Mrs. Vrod Mohokey visited her grandfather, u,t IficJ en-born Sunday. Prayer-nwetinga will bo- liKilil Wednesday at the Christian and Mothodlst IL p 1 8txp al c h u.r ct les . Mrs. Maggie Jolin-aon aivii- dau.ghter, Dot, visited Hie form-or's niotii.ers, Mrt. Hpt'elmau, at tfnioiitown. Mru. M i n n i e May anil children are s p e n d i n g thu week w i t h r-ciUU.ives at A iKimier of town llolks attended the birthday party of Mrs. Bellio Colbert at Bryon Saturday evening. An Anxious Moment on the Ocean While hundreds of human lives hung by a thread on the doomed S. S. Monte Cervantes, off the coast of Tierra del Fuego, the camera of ona of the passengers recorded this startling impression of the terror-stricken scene. Notice tha anxiety expressed in the faces of the pas- and members of the crew »s a lifeboat. -f filled to the gunwales with its precious human carg-o, was lowered {nto the water. Eleven hundred passengers and every member of th» crew, exceptirg th« captain, were saved when the German yeisel crashed on the rocks in Beacle Channel. .

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