PAGE TEN. '1'OJH J3A1.L.Y CUUKlJflR, CONNELTjSVILL-E, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1338. Courier Classified Advertisements Â· Â· /For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, Sc cash; lOc charge. Ads to Be RUB 3 Times: For line, 7c cash; 80 charge. (3 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 line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat"Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Special--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and MournlDC Goods 4 - BASKETS 4 SPSAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESl P. R. DeMUTH SONS C-VTLLE--S3 _ SCOTTDALE--9J4 Funeral Directors ! Â· --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-"The La$t Word In Funeral Service." - CALL.-CONNEULSVILLE 350 Personals MAN!--Get vlgor"at once! New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster Invigorators and- other stimulants. Ono dose peps up organs, glands, blood Regular price 91. Special price 89c. Can, write Union Drug Co. LONELY PEOPLE--Desiring mnrrlocc. ^tarnp for particulars. E. Thompson, Vt E Parker trect. Scranton, Pa. Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 Automotive Automobiles (or Sale 11 --LETS DO IT ROWI- NG. TIME LIKE THE PRESENT TO --BUY "USED CARS I - ___ Compare These: 1934 Bulefc 4-door Sedan. 47 . " ~. S4SO 3934 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan. Model DA. _ . . - ... KM 1934 Chrysler 2-door Sedan 1333 Dodge 4-door Sedan 1931 DeSotc. 8. 4-door Sedan 1934 Jiudson 8. 4-door Sedan 1931 Packard 4-door Sedan 1930 Stvdcbeker 4-door Sedan 1937 Willys Coupe ,, . --." 1933 PonUac 2-door Sedan -1933 Graham 4-door Sedan .. .. Towing Anywhcrt . . . . Anytime! VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY lit SO. PITTSBURG ST.' PHONE 8 * . . . . We Never Cloie .... --N-O-T-I-C-E-THREE (3) EXCEPTIONAL WEEK END SPECIALS! See Thc'.e Automobiles And Save YourscU Money 1 1934 ~ Plymouth Coach equipped wltb Heater. In A-No. 1 Condition, for- $238 1333 Pbmouth Deluxe Sedan equipped v,ith Kcatcr, nil ready for the road. Priced at . - $223 1930 Chevrolet Sedan In very Rood run- nine ordtr. Will sell for - 593 NOTE---THESE PRICES INCLUDE YOUR TITLE. LICENSE OH LICENSE AND TITLE TRANSFER Â· The Very Best OJ Terms! E E. VAN SCOY. INC HUDSON nnd TERRAPLANE SALES SERVICE 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 FOH SALE--KloBbam-polc trailer. Model A II. 30. three-ton capacity, equipped ulth xacuum brakes Swivel and bolster and necessary part 1 * for operating a vacuum broke equlpp-d trailer. Can be seen at West Pi Power Company Garage, Business Service Insurance and Surely Bonds 23 DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds See mo Cor rates. Jnmes R LaUKhlln, Insurance. 303 First NaUonal BanK Bulldlne. Phone 520. Movinff, Trucklnc, Storaue Z5 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE Local and lone distance moving Every load Insured Modern storage [or household goods. We do craUnfi for ihlpmcnt by rail. Phone 50. 12S East Peach street. Frlntlne. Engraving. BlnOlnz 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I "d-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTHEIMER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 527 WEST APPLE STREET. KASON MOTOK COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. PHONE 105. SEE OUR USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY " ~ ON OUB USED CAB LOT AND ON OUR SECOND FLOOR s WEST SIDE MOTOR CO. W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE "407." J.ATE MODEL USED CARS I IETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. 1,/tRCE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 K CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 Farm Tractors for Sale 12-A FOR SALE--Small farm nnd Knrden"trac- tori. 5 sizes Write or call at Grovcr C. Slnjcy. R 1. Scottdale. Pa. Autos, Accessories, Tires. Farts 13 Ati CAR CHAINS _ U OFFI ALL, CAR HEATERS . . . . 14 OFFI STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) S34J9 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS - T8c ALCOHOL, PER GALLON . ,, SOc FOG LIGHTS _ - PER PAIR. 5415 B BATTERIES . . . 98c MIDGET RADIOS $1295 UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS, TIRES. RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Wanted--Automotive 17 CASH FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must be a bargain Write Automobile, care of Courier, describing car and price. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 11 OILS--Ana makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home, extra. Phono 890. Troutman's, UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phono 964J. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375 T. D. GARDNER, MGR. IF YOU DONT see what you want in this section, odvcrtise for It. Phone, 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE zo 29 n 21 ia 27 1A- za 51 ACROSS 1--Conceit _"25--A prcllral- 6-^A den - nary plan _ 9--Nimble - 2T--A-half mask 10--A fleshy - 20--Bend the mass on a head In camel's bach salutation 11--Note of the 30--The chief scale _ .linguistic 12--To receive stock ot and collect Inilo-Chlna by assess- ,_31--Domestic - tnent "" animal 14-^Exclama- 32--Girl's name Uon of con- 33--Declines tempt 35--Exist 16--Creek letter 30--Place of Na- 18--Upset polcon's flrst 1ft--Cry of sur- exllo prlso 38--A kind of 20--Cries of a hard, twlat- horse cd thread 22--Lofty 40--Release 23--A small. 41--A county In nimble deer northern ot Europe New Jersey 24--Seemly DOWN 1--An"brna- 2--A child's mental marbl* preetliv; 3--Symbol for sent on 5--To cut one's 22--Boy's name teeth 24--A weak 6--Greek letter point 7--Positive 26--Capital of 8--A bobbin Delaware 10--Short for 27--Peck hypochon- 28--Illustrious dria 30--A beverage .13--Force 31--Title of re- IS--The evening spect of Oct. 31 37--Exist 17--Kind of dog 39--Specific 21--A gazello of gravity Tibet - (abbr.) Answer to previous puzxlo Letter Jlcadjl-- Bill Tor Rent Cardsl -- For Salo Cnrdsl Culling Cards!-- Hand Bills!-- Binding I No Trespassing Signs For Salel All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 6Â». COURIEU BLDG, OR PHONE RESIDENCE, tl. Professional Services CORRECT KITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical ippllnnccs. A. A Clarke. PH G. Druuclst 323 North Plttsburg street. Phone 1!M. Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed nnd hand plcJted, 50c per bxishel. Somerset potatoes. SI 25 per nag We deliver. 413 E. Washing ton Avc. Phone 565-H Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers COAL--9-1L ConncllsvUIe coktnc. lump and nm ol mine. Pittsburgh Champ Ion nut coal and large lump. Coke, all sires. Stone Work PJione 1700, BEST QUALITY -- O-KU eoklnR coal, moderately priced Immediate delivery Gerald Schomer. Phone 1901. CUSTOM COAL--lOc. 12c and 13c do IKcrcd George W. Kem, ConnctlsvtUe. .Phone 41I1-R-I1. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull A Son Phono C'vUla. 107: Daxvson. 3261 or 363L, Household Goods FOR SALE I -- FOR SALE! BARGAINS--In all kinds ol used (urnl- ture including \%a*,hlng machines Also flat top desks, adding machines and typewriters DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 60 Repairing and Rcllnlshinj; 29 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS 1 ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEEI AND SAVE LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MKRVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSBURG ST PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! UPHOLSTERING-- Repair!, factory methods Aivnlncif, 5llp covers. Latest fabrics Rudolph's. 131 E Falrvtcw Ave. Phone 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Male 33 VACANCY--Old line Insurance Companj'. Must ha\e cnr. Good re/crcnces required. Apply 415 Second National Bank BtdK. Unlontoun, Pa WANTED--Two Electric Appliance Salesmen Experience not neccwary. as Kelvlnator appliances arc easily cold. Frank Sweeney. 127 E Crawford Avc. MAN WANTED--For Kawlclgh Route ol SCO families. Write today. Hawlelgh'Â«, Dcpt. PNB-107-SA. Chester, Pa. Financial Need Money 40-B Get n "PERSONAL" LOAN to CIcin up Xmas Bills Or Other Old DcbUI Consolidate ALL your bills with our PERSONAL-ltcd s e r v i c e . Small Monthly rcpa mcntx Come in NOWI LOANS UP to S300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory'B Storf Phone 3*. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Poultry. ERRS and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--Plan now to Bet your chicks All blood tested. Leghorns Irom R. O. P. flocks. Nc\\hampshlrc3 from Hubbard and Christy Ktrands. Other breeds from high production flocks. "OUR PRICE IS RIGHT--WE HATCH RIGHT--YOU START K1GHT --TICEY CROW BIGHT.' This Is the kind you buy at The Sunbeam Hatch- cry. Bcallsvlllc. Pa.. Route 40. FOR SALE--Living room suite Chca: to quick buvcr. Phone Dawson 3343 P. O. Box W. Dickerson Run. Wanted--To Buy CASH IS WHAT WZ PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "3c" PER POUND. WlfY NOT LOOK AROUND AOTJ MAKE YOURSELI SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent, sui able for t\\o persons, ladiet prefcrrc Rent reasonable Uw of phorc. Si Johnston avenue. Phone 532. Rooms for Housekeeping 6 FOR RENT--Three furnished room private bath. Alto suitable for Us gentlemen. Inquire 12IG Chestnut St. Merchandise Articles for Salo 51 DELCO LIGHT PLANT. 850 Watt automatic control, Westinghousc lead plate batteries, used only one ear. Radio, vacuum cleaner, iron Will wrificc. Come and sec it work. W. E. Wilier, Pleasant Valley Road, near Mud School House. FOR SALE--Baby carriage, brand new. Cost Â£3250. will sacrifice. Forced to hell. Phone 990-M Barter and Exchange 51-A WANTED TO TRADE--A baitcry charger for a used typewriter. Phone 262-R. Buildings, Building Materials 53 IT YOU ARE--Patching that small break In the kitchen wall, or plastering every wall in the house, we can furnish your needs Stono Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKETI Why not run a small inexpensive Classified Ad in our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products; your llvo ftock. your farm mplcmcnU. and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for salcl The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes It tho popular choice among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who are In tho market for your products You W1U Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. /Ul Classified AdJ are payable in IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell all the facia which you would want to know if you yourself were a prospective buyer. THE CLOSER vou Etlck to claslhed ads the closer your money will stick to you and the farther It will eo when you FOR RENT -- Three nicely furnishe rooms for light housekeeping. Inqulr 31G Ogden street. Wanted--Rooms or Board 7 WANT TO RENT--Two or three un furnished rooms for light housckcepln or vmill apartment. Write E. T. Car of Courier. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT-- Four room furnished apnr mcni with bath, electric refriRcrato fi.iragc Adults 208 Wei.t Washing to avenue. DOWN TOWN APARTMENT--For re five rooms and bath Heat and wat ftirnihed. Immediate possession. 1 South PUtsburg street. Phone Ml, FOR KENT-- Apartments. Inquire Smu Apartment Building, 715 Crawfo avenue, \Ve d Side. FOH KENT--Four room apartment, hca light, pas and water, M C. White, 3C W. Faycttc street. n KENT--Two and three room apar cnts, 109 South Sixth street. Inqui mutE Hardware. Farms and Land for Rent 7 FOR RENT--?25 00. Twenty-five acr Hlx room house, uater. lurnacc. Rara frrit. near ConnelKvillc. Union Real Company. Uniontoun. Telephone 3i Houses for Rent FOR RENT--Five room boute, furnt'ihc reasonable rent; 23"'^ East Fairvie .tvcnuc. CnH 172-W. FOR RENT--FUc room modern hous 'irst street. South ConncllsviUe Phoi 10I2-J. FOR RENT--Four room house, bath. South Arch .street. Phone 1075-W. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more for your ne'al EsU Dollar than ou will ever get aga BUY NOW' PETER n ' EIMF.n WEIMER ARCADK PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT T. C. PHALJN SO. CONNELLSVJLLE. PA. PHONE 0 niEHE ARE many things obtalnab through the Classified Ads that it woul bo difficult to Â£Gi In any other way. LED BRUCE: HlCltTBY LEOBKUCEt RELEASED BV CEHTKAI. PRESS ASSOCIATION RKAD THIS F1KST: Thret famous detectives. Lord Simon. M. Picon and Monalgnor Smith, arc InvcatlgTBtlng the raurdor ot airm Mary Thurston. mlddlc-aged wlto ot Â· ro- lirca Kngllah physician who has been found slain In bed during week-end party nt tho Thurston homo near London. Those In Uio houno when urn. Thurston retired wcro her hUBband: Townacnd, Uie autnor; Williams, tho family lawyer: Strickland, a sportsman, and tho scnanta. Three plerc* Inff screiuna preceded the discovery of tho tragedy. Mrs. Tlmrston'v bedroom door was bolted from tho Inside and tho only open window revealed a 2o-foot droti to the ground. In tho garden below Townticnd. found the murder weapon, a Chinese knife, taken from tho Thornton hallway, Mr. Rider. Uio Ticar, n dinner guest tho evening of tho murder, left the Thurston homo Rhortly bciora tho slaying occurred. Townscnu and Mr. b'mTth arc Inveflti- KiUlnff Uio Thurston gymnasium. Tho three detecti\cs and Sergeant Beef, the local constable conduct their ro- tearches independently. Dr. Thuroton reveals Borne of tho family history for the bcncilt ol Uio Investigators. The doctor reveals his dead wife had a Â·ten son by a first marriage who had a biul name 11** had not been heard of for jeara. Tho detectives bcflin ln vefltiKiulne witnesses by Questioning: tho telephone mechnnlc called to repair tho phono wires, found cut after the mjrdor. NOW CO ON WITH TUB STORX: CHAPTER 17 M. PICON glanced at the telephone mechanic. "And the last time the telephone was known to be in order, what was that?" "I understand that there was a call at about aix o'clock yesterday evening. That was tho last." "Thank you very much." Sam Williams dismissed the youcgr man with n friendly nod. "Puzzlln 1 ," commented Lord Simon. "Very piuzlln'." "I don't sco why," I could not help replying. "The mechanic .sounded to me as though he was (right. Clippers, gloves . . . handy." i "I didn't mean that," returned (Lord Simon. "But why did he Ibother to do It? What was the Ipolnt of delayin' communication iwith people outside? There were iplcnty of people In the bouse . ' Sergeant Beef cleared hla throal 'again, and prepared a volley ol 'bis heaviest sarcasm. "P'rnps It doesn't occur to your Lordship Ihat being a murderer 'c might 'avc been afraid of the police?" Lord Simon smiled coldly. ' am bound to say that didn't occur to me," he retorted, lighting a new cigar. Sergeant Beef grunted. "Sucl things 'avo been known," was al 1 he said. "What you forget," murmurw Mgr. Smith, "is that there 1? on thing at least In common between tho man who decides to be a mur derer and the man who decides t 1 be a monk. It is that each leave jbla fellows, and forever. An nothing that cither docs to cHec that isolation Is to be marvctc at. Thin, too, they have In com moa--each finds at last a cell* S Â·'that while one man cuts an ac iqualntancc, this other cut a tele phone wire. And that is all ther 'is to It." There was silence for a mo- [tncnt, and I glanced about mo The lounge itself was ns chccrfu and normal as it had been at thl 'time yesterday, when we had sa \ about, airily discussing the liter luturc of crime, Instead of th (actuality. But the vividly mis Iccllancous people now gathcrc .here gave It an atmosphere of un j reality, almost of tho macabre I Lord Simon, showing an inch o jdcllcatc silk sock on his ou [Stretched ankles, certainly mlgh have been one of the Thurston guests, but the little cleric, bun died untidily Into a small, wood en-framed armchair, belonged no at all to this conventionally lux urlous background, and Sergcan 'Beef, scribbling Industriously 1 his notebook, added an almos sordid touch. Little M. Ptco upright near the flrc, and stooplri forward to brush tho ash fror the grate each time it fell thcr was blrdltkc enough to hav perched for a moment here bcfor fluttering to some other gatic ing, though bis excessive manue Isms made him exotic in our very English surroundings. Th^rn nvii an inton'ncs* aboi all which certainly had not Istcd yesterday, and every icstion that was asked now emcd to bang in the air like a ckct waiting to burst It made o cross-examination of the peo- o who followed almost unbcar- ly tense. I In fact as tlmo went n I bcganfto feel that each ques- on was not the mere flash of a ockct, but waa a shaft of savage ghtnlng, which one of the instigators released. Then the In- uffcrablo pause. Then the rum- Ing thunder of - reply. They looked harmless enough, these three, the languid young an, the benevolent priest, the hlrpy foreigner. But they were ware of things ot which we ould not guess, they asked ques- on.i that we did not understand, icy carried the fear of the unknown in their faces and io tbelr ords. So you must picture us. sitting 3out that room. Williams and I cnulncly on tenterhooks, Scr- cant Beef stolid and a little sulky ver his notebook, and tho three nvcstlgators, who were accus' omcd to this sort of thing, calm, ut deeply Interested. A chair bad ocen act near the .Iddlo of tho room, and each of those whom wo were to question ook It while ho was with us. It ind been set In a position that allowed the light to fall fully ut not conspicuously on ita occu ant After the telephone mechanic lÂ«l left us, the next to enter was cashier from the neighboring jank at which Mary Thurston hai cpt her account It was Sam Williams who had arranged for Is presence, for he. with his log. col and legal mind, having per- clvcd that he himself could not Ivc the Investigators much information, had spent the day In doing ill ho could to help. Ho had summoned everyone whose evidence alght be In the least bit Interest- ng and arranged for their Intro- uction to the conclave. I coulc ot help feeling" how much more mctlcal this had been than my wn efforts to discover the mur- crcr. Before anyone could speak to Mr. Kingsly, tho cashier hlmscl addressed us. He was a colorless man In his forties, dappcrly bu nexpcnslvcly dressed In grayC '. saw Lord Simon suppress a shud dcr when he noticed a large gar net in his necktie. "Well, gentlemen," Mr. Kingsly said In a prim but determinec voice, "I have both the manager' and Dr. Thurston's permission t *lve you what Information I can What do you wish to know?" ~'Ow much 'ad Mrs. Thursto ;ot In the bank?" asked Scrgcan 3ccf rather coarsely. It sccme as though he felt It incumbcn upon him to ask some sort o question. Mr. Kingsly coughed. "Her ac count was very considerably over drawn." This produced an astoundc silence, until Lord Simon said 'Well, well. Much drawn ou lately?" "The day before ycaterday, tha would bo Thursday. Mrs. Thursto arranged to overdraw to she llm: that we could allow. She drew in easb tho sum of Â£200." "In little small notes?" querlc II. Picon excitedly. "In Â£1 notes," sold Mr. Kings 'Two hundred Â£1 notes. Wha you coll peculiar, is it not?" wen on Picon, "It might be for many of ou clients. Mrs. Thurston had bee In tho habit lately of drawing ou quite large sums In just such nominations." "I thought so," sold Bee "Blackmail, I'll bet" M. Picon looked pained. "Th good Boeuf la a little direct," h explained to Mr. Kingaly. -But It not possible?" "It was not for mo to qucatio tho uses to which our clients pi their money," replied the cashli priggishly. "Ymi sav gnÂ» had been doing .3 pretty I regularly?" Baked ord Simon. I "On five occasions. The sums aried from Â£50 to Â£200." "When was the first occasion?" "About' three months ago." "And did she always come in Tson to draw these sums?" "Always." "Otherwise thcro was nothing markablc about her account? othlng worth mcntlonln'7" "Nothing at all. It was quite gularly conducted." "Wcro you actually at the bank ben Mrs. Thurston came down to raw that Â£200?" "I was." "You actually banded it to her, crimps?" "I did. That Is, after sho bad con In to sec the manager. HÂ« nstructed mo to cash her check or that amount I have Unco arncd that she wanted a rather argcr sum, but that wo were un- ble to arrange It" 'And now--this is really Impor- ant At what time did Mrs. burston leave the bank?" "It cannot have been many tinutes before three o'clock." "Certain?" "Absolutely." "One other little point, Mr. Clngsly," said Lord Simon. "Do ou happen to remember whether t any time tho namo Sidney cwcll appeared on your books? know, of course, that it would xs tho merest chance iÂ£ you re- nembcrcd t, but I should like to now whether Mrs. Thurstoa was n the habit of making checks, ayable to a Mr. Sidney SewclJ." Tho cashier sniffed almost Imperceptibly. "That, of course, I .annot say. But if the matter if f Importance to your . . . re- carchcs, I will find out tomorrow hcthcr that name appears." "Thank you. I should be most grateful." "There la no other point oa Â·hlch I can enlighten you?" HlÂ» use of the word "enlighten" truck me as characteristic. It arrled in it a suggestion of all the elf-importance of men whose life s spent with matters of money, lo was probably convinced that the answer to our problem was to found in the books of his bank. Lord Simon glanced rousd Inquiringly. "No. I think that iÂ» all, thanks," he said, and Mr. Kingsly left us. Sergeant Beef sucked his mustache. "So she was being blackmailed, was she ?" ' Williams turned on him. "That ,s a wild assumption," he snapped. 'She might have had other reason tor drawing money,in that way." "What other reasons?" asked Beef truculently. "Only bookmakers and people as are being Blackmailed want it like that" "I knew Mary Thurston well," said Williams, "and I am certain . Lhat there was nothing 'n her life ". for which she could be blackmailed. She was a good woman, essentially." "If she was being blackmailed," C aoid. "why did she show no sign ot it? She was always quite cheerful--ono might say carefree." 'A very brave prince also bore- blackmail" (it was, of course, Mgr.. Smith who was speaking), "and bore it lightly." . Lord Simon answered this somewhat impatiently. I already knew that in his methods he was nothing If not practical, and bad little sympathy with such utterances. "At any rate," he said, "wo shaft probably know before tho end ot the evening whether or not Mrs. Thurston was being blackmaileo^ and if she was, why, and by whom; So surely we might leave tito point I am far more anxious 6 know something of her stepson, and the identity of Mr. Sidney Sewcll." Sergeant Beef sighed. "Oan'ti ace no reason for you to get onto, that," he said. " 'E 'ad nothlnk tin do with the murder, 'ooever "i? was." (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 IlEAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! SPKINCFIELD PJKE--Service Station nnd Lunch Room MUBPHV AVENUE--Small [our room budding and two lots VINE STREET--Two. eight room houses and one. six room house. LOGAN'S CROSSING--Four room house, 25 acres of good /arm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house and six acres of land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room house and six room house. SOUTH CONNELLSVILLI. -- Six room house. SYCAMORE STREET--Six room house. Witt. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1780. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR1 CROSSLAND ROAD-Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land nnd outbuildings, two bnths, electricity, new steam furnace. Kitrago and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In the very best of condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1100. FOR SALE--Double house, five rooms each side, bnths and furnace Sou 4th street West Side. 91,800. Robert Norrls Phone 505. NEW FOUR ROOM BUNGALOW--Good cellar, outbuildings, spring water, 1A acre, on IIlKhuny 31. East Laurclvillc S800 cash Inquire on premises. C. E Kopp. Star Roulc, Ml Pleasant, Pa. FOIt SAL.K--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot Good location, 208 East Tairview avenue. Robert Norris Phone 505. YOU TELL US your details and well write your ad. Phono 12 or 13 (or an ad-taker ECONOMY OF TIME, money and effort resulU Irom Classified reading. Real Estate for Sale Houses tor Salo 84 A REAL J3UY1 BLACKSTONE ROAD. 710-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room doublet house with bath and heater, nil modern. This property must bo sold at once to Â»ettle estate. Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.500 PAUL WAGONER 1000 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. H8. Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS! FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. MxHO ft. City water and gas. telephone service, near Street Car line and hlhway. If ou are interested In good bulldlne lots at real Bargain Prices, see C. B. McCormick, Poplar Grove. Phone, Con- ncllsville, I204-J, or write Post Grace Box H4. ConncUsvillc, Pa. increased Interest In Everson Revival SCOTTDALE, Feb. 10.--Increased interest is being shown in the revival services at the Everson United ._ Bicthien Church where Rev. Paul A. "h Morris, pastor, is preaching nightly. There is spec.al music as well as Gospel preaching at 7:30 o'clock. IJev. Morris will speak on "Grace of God" tonight, "Wrath of God" Friday and "Plan of Salvation" Sunday evening. Woman's Fisure Skating Champ. STOCKHOLM, Feb. 10.--Megan Taylor of England won the woild's women's figure skating championship, edging out her favored countrywoman. Cecilia Colledgc, by 6.7 points before a crowd of nearly 20.000. Faculty Assumes Tight Control Of Athletics at Pitt PITTSBURGH, Feb. 10.--Athletics at the University ol Pittsburgh were placed in full control ol the faculty and eligibility rules were strengthened in the new athletic policy announced by Chancellor John G. Bowman. Â· The new setup is modeled on the lines of Yale, Princeton, Harvard and Cornell and Western Conference. The new code consolidates into one document the provisions oÂ£ the former eligibility code of Pitt and thÂ« supplemental policies approved by the athletic council last July and most of it is copied verbatim from the codes of the eastern group named and the Western Conference. To the average football follower the new code means: (1) Tighter control of Pitt athletics by the professors. (2) A resultant closer scanning ol an athlete'!, academic-standing and of any subsidy provided for him with emphasis on the motive behind any such subsidy. (3) Plncmg Pitt on the same athletic plane, as the four big eastern schools named and the Big Ten. (4) A harder time in the classrooms for the boys who ran, pass and kick. (5) The probable end ot "championship" football teams at Pitt, owing to the new conditions. Post-sejion games are not prohibited in the new Pitt code, although the Big Three and the Big Ten prohibit such affairs. Postseason games were not touched on in the new Pitt code. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains are to bÂ« found and a crowd will soon be there. Classified ads are constantly pointlne the way to real value for hundreds ot people who . lock to them tat luldanc*.
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