# The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 26, 1930
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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY C O U R I E R , CONNKJ LSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, F E B R U A R Y 26, 1930. ' P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mrs. ,f, W. TYizzoll spent w i t h her -mother, Mrs. J o h n C u m p i - o n j of West N \ v t ( - n . B e a n .tuppci a t T r i n i t y R e f o r m e d C h u r c h . T h u r s d a y , F e b r u a r y 27. H o u r s ' to 8 P. M.-- A d v e r t i s e m e n t . -- C u b . .10, ; Mr. and Mrs George M c D o n a l d and : Miss. K!b.;ibetl S t a u f f i n 1 of McKec.s- I o r t , Mr. i i n f l M r s . flalph Bossart and , !.\vo c h i l d r t - n MI" Braddock, Mr. and j Mrs. .1. W. C i i u : p B o n . Jr., and two c h l l - ' d r e n . and M r s . J o h n f.'umpson of West, i N e w i o n w o r e u'uos-ls o.r Mr. and Mrs*. J. W. K r i / . z c l ! f V i n o street S a t u r d a y j n i g h t , a n d S u n - l a y . M m . J o h n C n m p H o n is M r s . K r i x / e M ' M moMicr. The I Dulles of the SÂ«Mvttig C.'ircle and thn I/oÂ«igue of the Sacred H e a r t i n v i t e you to t h e i r ci'.rd p a r t y T h u r s d a y even i n g , February li", in the I m m a c u l a t e Conception social room. Bridge. "500" and liingo. A well f i l l e d banket of groceries w i l l !e awarded tie door pri/.e. Â· - - A d v e r t i s e m e n t . -- -6feb-lt. Mr.';. J o h n G a u l of V i n e street -will go (o (he horn" of Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Pore, n e a r S m i t h t o n t o n i g h t t o v i s i t h e r b r o i l i e r , K . A . ( J a m b l r , w h o has been i l l at I lie Pore h o m e for the p a n t few w e e k s . T h e r e Is; b u t very l i t t l e i m p r o v e m e n t i :i his c o n d i t i o n . M r s . L a u r a J. t ' i e r s o ! of Mom-ll a v e n u e , f j r r p n - v o o c l , w a s t h e guest o f f r i e n d s i n I ' n o n t o w n M o n d a y a f t o r - Mr. mifl .Mrs Frank S l r a u p . Mr. a n d Mr-.. M a t t y M a i n e . MlfiH M a r y K i n g , M;.-. H u r r y H t i u g h i a n d R a l p h T e n - 'Â·;uc o f U n i o n l o w n a t t e n d e d t h e Con- u o i l s v M l c - U n l o i t o w n bus-ketbal! game lu.st. i ; l g h i . K r a n l e M a c k of t h i s c i t y v i s i t e d h i s . M Right Idea I Soviet Chieftain Denies. Religious Persecution Tales "I had to get ! d i d n ' t m i n d Pi his elbow w h e n h i m awake, b u t it. in his sleep." w i n bcd,s at. last. i j a b b i n ' mo w i t h niy snorin 1 l e p t ie got so iic'd do This tliree y e a r o l d a t h l e t e If ( h o son n V Mrs. M. H a r s l l o l d . 5KH Hoopes St., ' P h i l a d e l p h i a . She K a y s : "Jackie's w o n d r f u l c o n d i t i o n shows my idea is Society News W i l l i a m M a c k of t.'nion- m o t h e r , A!r t o w n ye :Â·!(? I'd n Â·'. Mr. and Mr.;, J. W. H n y s of H o p wood imvf! reiuniL'd h o m o a f t e r a visit w i t h r e l a t i v e s a n d f r i e n d s here. A t t o r n e y a r d M r s . Charles Boyle nnd son of C l i i i r l o t t e s v i l l e , Vu., h a v e r e t u r n e d h o n u a f t e r a visit w i t h Mrs. M i i y l e ' s motlu"". M r s , L/uki Smith and i M r . Boyle's m o t h e r , M r s . B l a n c h e ? Ho.vle, li!t.li of U n i o i i t o w u . Mrs. t.'-hur- '(Â·Â» Hoy IP i., a g r c i i t - g r a i u U l a u s h t e r of Mr--. \\. H. C l a U J d i of M o r r e l t ave- l!re n'A'oi'd. . ami M i . ; . P h i l i p Mcdro.ean of Mrs. S. .1. H a r r y and McCiin rv of C o n n e l l s v i l l e h a v e to Sals i nut Heights. Fin.. to some ti:iu- a t t h e w i n t e r h o m e . and M'-f. 1 - l n r r v . ; Iron Hric'ijo Parly. . W i l l i a m OH \KVI- of I r o n held a d e l i g h t f u l surprlso party u.!. lior homo on H a t ' i r d a y a f t e r n o o n in honor of Iho 10th a n n i v e r s a r y of hor o n l y d a n g h l e r , J c ; n e K l e u n o r . and a very enjoyable at o r n o o n was spent by a l l . The h o u r t w e r e from Â£ u n t i l 5 o'clock. Gamop and other a/nuHe- mt'tits were i n d u h od i n by the cliil- d r e n and Jean K h v k n o r received m a n y b e a u t i f u l y i f t s . A d a i n t y I t i n c n w a n .served hy Mm. 01 URcr. Tlio^ 1 ? pres- eii.t were G l a d y s a ,d Tholma Rowe of Scottdalo, I C s t h c r uid Dorothy 1'i'iU.n, B a n m a n , Doroi.hy I r a r c K e c f e r , M r . O l i i i R e r a n d sona, nold iuid Thomas. "Wlionevcr he's llu leaHt. cross OT upset, or has a cold, 1 Kive him a l i t t l e C a l i f o r n i a F\g S y r u p . It always b r i g h t e n s h i m u p ; rep;\ilateK his Ktom- ach and b o w e l s ; pelves him a h e a r t y uppofito. I h a v o tise[ it w i t h Jackie since he was a year o l d , and it, has novrr f a i l e d t o h e l p h i m p r o m p t l y . " A l l c h i l d r e n l o v e Iho r i c h , f r u i t y flavor of C a l i f o r n i a l-'ig S y r u p . A p u r e v e g e t a b l e p r o d u c t , it doesn't g r i p e or sicken. It. a l w a y s acts g e n t l y but t h o r o u g h l y to cleanse the system of b i l i o u s , headachy, r.onstipated c h i l - dren. Doctors say H tones and strengthens weak bowels. Try it w i t h your c h i l d . See h o w bad b r e a t h , coated t o n g u o or f e v e r l B h n e s s disappear! | The name C a l i f o r n i a m a r k s the gontiuio, famous for 50 years. So look for it w h e n b u y i n g . -- A d v e r t i s e m e n t . Alberta a n d R u t h J a n e M i l l e r a n d * a n d M r s . W i l l i a m B i l l y Jr.. Roy Ai all of I r o n bridge Licensed at Cuuiticrland. Roy H a k e w e l i i nd R u b y V i r g i n i a P r i t t w . t w i l l of B r o v n s v i l l e . Fred Cecil D r o v e s of B e d f o r i and l i t h e l Good- JOHN MILLER DIES AT SCOTTDALE AFTER STROKE OF PARALYSIS KCOTTDALi;. Feb. -J6.---John Mlltc-r, 01 yoarÂ« ok!, of J o a n n e t t e , 3iel thie t n o n i i n g at. S ; 1 5 o'clock in the home of hi*, t i o i i - l n - l f i w and daughter, Mr. ji.nd .MrÂ». I). \Voodn R y a l l of A r t h u r ,'i\'t'iiu'. w i t h v.-hotn he had been v i l t inj: for t h r e e sveekw. Vf* had b*en In poor h o i i l t h for some l i m n and two Â·Â«'')Â· I;H ii).ro h - - was u l r i c k e n w i t h puriily.-Â»if. l-cÂ«llcÂ« ,\!t. K y a l l . h e is s u r v i v e d by t w o d a u g h t e r s . Mrs. (iracÂ« Carroll, w i f of U- 1 . C - i r r o l l of I M U s b u r g arid Mii:s M i n n i e A i i l l e r a t homo. Mrs. iVlil- lor f|icl 1'.) yt'iirtt TRO. Mr. M i l l e r iv'its qnc of J M i n n c t t e ' s h e a t k n o w n men. Of l a t f yn!irÂ« Su- h a Â« t lived retired. T l i e body u iw t a k e n to the M i l l e r home a t , J f a n n e f t e - t h i s m o r n i n g . w l c l i of S n i l t h t i e b wed at (.;umberl,ini w e r e licensed lo INGOT STEEL OUTPUT IN PITTSBURG AREA SLIGHTLY D i i n i i u r A u x l l ary T h u r s d a y . Tho A m e r i c a n I egion A u x i l i a r y of D u n b a r w i l l meet i n t h e Legion rooms T h u r s d a y roiiuested to cards n n d o l d h o s p i t a l s f o r All members u r e b.-ir. ; t h e i r C h r i s t m a s s i l k hose to be sent lo ex-:; Â·rvk--; men. MeoUnar I . i y The V o t i n g J'w plo's g r o u p of tho Woman's lVroi;?n M i s s i o n a r y Society ot tho Methodit-'t. I piKi'opa.! C h u r c h at. I X i w s o n w i l l moot. K r i d u y aftornoon ut i! :;'.') o'clock in t.h- social a u d i t o r i u m . The iiivotinf: haa Thurs-day. Mr.". loader. rxxh chun.ccd f r o m - (. T. H u f f w i l t b.. TRI-TOWN FIREMEN MUCH INTEREST MARKS FIRST U. B. REVIVAL , 1 ' MEIT FRIDAY NIGHT ! Ui?red " y thy chor "Â·Â· mill11 I lllimi niUiJJ i n^i.TUMso and lie' A large at'onda ice again marked the r e v i v a l niectin; s at t h e First U. B. Cliurch last n i g h t Tho pastor. Rev. K. A. Schultz, Kpoio on "The Person i of Halaii." Sped tl music was Tena duet by Olive Riteuotir, and a j solo by H. C l a r k \ V i i t . T o n i g h t , Rev. h:'.hult/ will use as j his subject "Stoc ;holders In Kiiijj- Ki.-bruary M, of t h e l. L. fe j f i s h ' s Hank." V. N ' o l u n l e r r Fire. Department at the Special plans sire, being made for ] J ca\(Â»\ room:- at Vanderbllt. The the Friday n i g h t -ueotlng, w h i c h w i l l bvsinoss of t - n meetiiiR w i l l be to j be k n o w n as "rail! oad night." Febru- PITTSBUIU!, Feb. l!ii.--Avorape ingot, s eel prodiicUon In t i n - P i u s b i t r g d i s l r i - t d u r i n g the- paHt, w e e k h a s ;;aino'i moderately, w i t h p l a n t s opera t i n g at a p p r o x i m a t e l y SO per cent, of c a p a c i t y . This is ( Â· o n s l d c r u . f o l y h i g h e r t h a n .he senorai a v e r a g e , p a r t i c u l a r l y of the s m a l l e r u n i t s iÂ«mi of w h i c h am o p e r a t i n g in. s l i g h t l y m o r e t h a n HO per ci-nt. R a i l r o a d i n t e r e s t s have placed subs t a n t i a l o r d e r s Cor r o l l i n g .stock a n d c o n s t r u c t i o n matorlal.s, but b u y i n g f o r misce'laneous need:; r t v m u u i s l i m i t e d . L i g h t forsiiiK concornf!, s p e c i a l i z i n g In r a i l r o a d s u p p l i e r , coinme-in t h a t t h e y could USB more orders. Sir i c t u r a l c o n t r a c t s w i t h the t r a d I n g p l a n t s a r o a m p l e f o r some t i m e ahead a n d i n d e p e n d e n t u n i t H a r e t a k - ing j'i a d d i t i o n a l .specitlfution.'i. Fabri- catini; .Minp.s on o r d i n a r y jobs are able. p o Sivo f a i r l y p r o m p t s h i p m e n t * . K e t i u i r e m e n t : ; f o r a n u Â» m n h i ! i m a t e - rials d't) not. HCOIII w e l l d i s t r i b u t e d , some s t r i p u n i t s o p e r a t i n g a t close t o 10 per coat of c a p a c i t y . This i.s ex- ceptu na! and lu the a g g r e g a t e dem a n d i r u n n i n g b e h i n d l a s t your. D e i n u n d f o r tueel w i r e p r o d u c t s c o n - tinue. 1 ; Biead'y, a l t h o u g h F e b r u a r y failed lo eqmil the activity of e a r l y Janui.ry. Demand is stiil made up largely oC manufacturers' v l r o t o n - nage, w i t h n a i l s , barbed vviVo and f e n c i n g c o n t i n u i n g s l o w . - A .^pecHil n'.eriuK has been c a l l e d bv P r e s i d e n t l. J. Patterson Friday j i n c o r p o r a t e c ( ] u i p n u n'- A l l n oa'v. (ispec cfi-s r.ni.'t c c r p o r a t e . :i/id purchase of new : ; ,ry 28 q u a r k s UK 103rd a n n i v e r s a r y l o t ' I h o g r a n t i n g oi the charier t o I h e ., art' asked to be pros- , B a l t i m o r e Ohio Railroad. The ser, the ofilcers. The o f l i - j niori for the even'.ng will be "Tho B. O. Road." Hal road employes and t h e i r families arc -s-peclu!ly invited. present, lii order to lu- I!s:liiirgi'il From Hospital. M:-~.. .1. O. F e a t h e r s of SmHhtield hii.-i been d i s - i - h u r g o t l f r o m the I ' n l o n - lov, n H o s p i t a l , \ v h e r o she p a t ; ( n i f o r t w o weeks. Sho w e n ! u:i o p e r a t i o n . MeCormick A v e n u e Home Sold. Sale of a t h r o e room home in Mc- Coi-mick a v e n u e b; fie-njamin A f a r l c t t a was a | to M i c h a e l S a n t i n i was a n n o u n c e d t h i s u n d e r - I a f t e r n o o n by H u b e r t Norris, who j closed the deal. Hungry Bargain Hunters will appreciate our Special Dollar Day DINNER BUTLER CALLS 18TH AMENDMENT AN "INVASION"- By U n i t e d Pi'csn. WASHJNOTON, I-'eb. 2Â«.--Tlto I S t h A m e r d i n c n t i s a n I m p e r t l n r t n i I n v n K i o n o f t h r s ( V j C H t i t i i t i o n a n d i n nn Bense an a m e n d m e n t , to i t , " N i c h o l a s M u r r ly-'Butler, president of C o l u m b i a U n i v e r s i t y , t o l d tho HOUM J u d i c i a r y Comnlttee t o d a y , in a l e t t e r . B u - l e r , an outspoken o p p o n e n t of prohibition, demanded repeal before the Uovernmc-nt .starts to deal w i t h tho J ' - q u o r problem. Tho d o c u m e n t from B u t l o r wus road as the wots o p e n e d tho f i n a l two days of p r e s e n t a t i o n of t h e i r cawo at, Iho committee's h e a r i n g on propaganda of proposals to m o d i f y or repeal the dry laws. 5Q Thursday, February 27tb Choice o f : Prime Rib Roast of Beef Baked Heart with Dressing Jloast Loin of Pork with Apple Sa ice Veal Loaf with Tomato Sauce w i t h .Mashed Potatoes or Candied S we-its u I-Joans Cold Sla\v Rico Pudding .Milk ... Tru . . , C'oiTcc Colonial Restaurant I'_M) North JMttsbiirg Stwt S t r i c t l y Americftn Cookins - a n d so h o m e - I l k ? Open From 5;30 A M. to 9 P. M. ANOTHER EPISODE IN DONOHOE CASE SET FOR FRIDAY Special to Tho Courier. TJNIONTOWN, Feb. 26.--The toio- hoe- i n q u e s t w i l l be resumed or Friday afternoon at 1 : ^ 0 o'clock, according to Coroner S. A. Baltz. Th} q u i z i n t o the doulh of J o h n Flood Donohoe, former state trooper, has Ifccit conducted in "episodes" and genei-e! belief is that t h e proceedings w i l l be deierrod "for a b o u t a week" after tho brief a f t e r n o o n hearing. f . ' o n t i n u c d f r o m Pn g-p O IP. t'rec'loni for all k i n d * of I i l t h s or The K o v i e f p r e m i e r , in a d srussion \ v h l c h l a s l e d m o n v t h a n a n ! o u r , d e - v-eioped in d r l a i l l.he : : o v n r n n ent'.s a l - t i t u d e - o n t h o ( | i i e - iss'-no w h i c h h;n? tluk w e s t e r n w o r l d l i o i i of r e l i :ion-- - an been a g i l i n g I h c of the be remier's rixod n.-'. erae-ftiie ;K belief. all lio.- .nt.i-reli- The m-oMl. i m p o i d c ' l a r i ( t i o n ; ; Â· m a y f o l l o w s : The K o v i e f . (.'nioii dfPkS not ] j i e r s o n s m a c c o u n t of rc-ligio I I . j : i ' a t i t H e n t i r e f r i e d o i n liefs- r e l i g i o u s as w e l l as gious. It does nol. pros ecu ie tihc c ergy for legitimate priidlc-" of t h e i r p; ofesston. I n every case of p u n i s h w u L of Iiriesls the a c t i o n ha. 1 lise-u t i k e n for v i o l a t i o n of l a w or c o u n t e r - r e /olutloti- jj-ry u i . ' t l v U y . C h n r e . h c f i hav-e been el ised or diverlc'il io o t h e r use.-) hut o i l y upon Die refines' of Ihe local conn u n i t y or w h e n , ftir lack of supiKirl, th- y to be used as hoiiwe.s of wors Ip. lly.kov, the .ton of n pe; snnt,, by rMitson of. h l H |K),-ition is Ix it (juali- fled to d i s c u s s t h * ' sjiibj-n-ot o religion in Ilti-KHia w i t h a u t h o r i t y , H s ofllcial t i t l e , as I / e n l n ' ? snece ;Â«ir, \n ^resident of the c o u n c i l of peoule's co 'imlBsarn find ht.s .status in the Soviet U n i o n iÂ£ {Kjuivalont to H i a t ol prime m i n l s t o r of J O a n g l a n d . I had submitted written (uestiona atul oxaecled to receive written answers ifut the s - l i g h l , be-;n led man who received mo In tlw Kr i n l l n ex- .plainoil ..(.hut h-i had not lun t i i n o to write the replies and won!' discuss t'ho subject w i t h me. T a k i n g up tho auestion of religious Â·persecution, Kykov mM: ".Such r u m o r ; (of Imprison nent and p e r s e c u t i o n bccaiife of reli: lotis belief/;) either r e i i n i t w i l f u l l y o are diti- torl.i-oiirt of u c i u u l f n c t i i for polllicii'1 purposes. "I do net d e n y t h n I. o h u r i ics have been clo.se.d and d Ivor ted to . her p u r poses," ho c o n t i n u e d "B-ut never hap-pened except U'poi ciiiesl of tnii-ss mcflUugs in coruniunity. I n ovary case d to d i v e r t i.hi; f u ictloninft to souie o!h-r |urp ae, llaal sain t i o n of UK. presi i i u t n ol the cent r i i l e x e c n t u o coninil'le.* of I ie Soviet -uch has Iho re- ho local lion It is l i i r l r e ; ! , b-n w)e ever the l u c k of .wppot , IK not. it may IM- t a k e n 'or other i h ' j ile;i; ton of ocal au- d e n t l i k e , l.'u'on is r'. c h r i : c h . for iM.'iuc; useil, needs u p o n th or Mies. "I:, ih ( | i i i ( e t r u e t h a t tin number oi c..:urcheÂ« in the. .Yovlct t uion hafl (lecrpase'l Â«:in:-idr-ra.l i -ly. Th s Is d u e to v a r i o u s s o c i a l ; i n - ccomw ilcal and Â· p o l i t i c a l rwisonsi." U y k o v '-iKke w i t h ea w h i c h wiis reflcc-ted i i his -t almost. a e H l j J i e l u 1 ''ace. "One of (.he rcH.sori ] ) r o l i i l ) i t o i i r r l i g f i u i : - propsif o u r e d u c a t i o n a l . i n d cull.uru t i i n i s a n d wn s t r i c t l y of t h i s l,i w," IK ; j ; i i d . of c h u r c h and st.it.c is being ?nforced f u l l y and r a d i c a l l v and to tb limit. "1 mlffhl m e n t i o n hero Ih; t wo are m e r e l y c a r r y i n g cur., with nea'cileHH thoroughnesi.-i the -prograitw - !' ra.dlcul parties in Ihe lK)iirge'ls com '. th a- we opar tnda in i n s t l t u p u n b - h violators "The t- .paratlou ANTI-LEWIS FACTO CLAIMS SUPPORT OF IOWA AND MISSOURI MINERS Â£p.-Â«. i a l to Th Â· I ' o u r l f S P R I N ' O K I K I J ) , II ., l-'C'b. siipl'Â°r( of I o w a and Miss miners in a c o n t r o v e r s y wit Lewk-t, p r e s i d e n t of tin; b'n W o r k e r s of. A m e v i c a , was cl dny by sponsors of tbc Â« p f o r c o n v e n t i o n o f . t h - u n i o n s h i p hero M a r c h H i . This c o n v e n t i o n w o u l d sumiilunie-onsly w i t h one Â· Ind. -'6.--Tho . u r l coal J o h n L. led Mine ilmed to- clal c a l l member- be h e l d ailed by Â· S u m I l-'llor Killed W A S H I N G T O N , Feb. '2* --Ensign W i l l i a m H. M i - M u l l e n , U n i t i ! BtatcÂ« naval reMC'rvo of Detroit., w Â« killed yesterday wliun ho crushed Â« tile pilot- ins '-i fighting piano near th i U. S. S. Lexington, enrouut w i t h Iho 1 atUÂ« fle.et to the canal /.one, the, Nav Department was Informed hero tod ly. Must Ri4e in it ^ then no lesser car can satisfy You must ride in the New Essex Challenger to know what this price buys. Eveiry minute of the time you will be impressed with how much more it gives--more in wpeed-- in fast get-away--more in size.f roominess and conveniences of personal comfort-more in completeness, good looks iind fine appointment It means you will never be content with any lesser car. How vastly it differs from any other car of low price. That is why it is the most talked of--most widely compared car of the year. Increased Povrer Greater Speed Faster Get-a1vÂ«y Increased Economy Longer, Wider, Roomier Bodied txwer roof !!nfÂ»--wfch IncrMsed rÂ»Â«d OoamHica oad he*ul reocn New nrtJMic hiudwwe, riefa up holMory and Â·pvoiotnaent. All control* t*rr to reach and operate. CheteeÂ«Â»f Cotan at No RctnCon Victorious was the first Challenger. Instant the -success of tha New Essex Challenger. In every test chat counts -- Performance, looks, value, price. With entirely new lines from radiator and fenders to tail light and from road to the lowered roof line, it challenges interest. Its distinctive appearance scores in that count. For complete thoroughness and fineness in every detail outside and in--for painstaking attention to fitness and beauty, it compares with the cosdtctt. In performance the Hew Essex Challenger is just as advanced. There is more power. It give* more in every perf ormmce range. These extra marm save stay sense of effort, mean ^onrger life. The challenge ring* out for all to accept. Tte N e w Essex Challenger is a "shoÂ» mÂ« car" that demands its righc to prove. The price is within the reach of everyone. ,Â«, iH1 : WV , Coupe \$735 (\vith RurtnMeScat *7SO)--CoÂ«cA*765--Standard Sedan \$825 ~ Touring Sedan \$875--Brougham tG95-- Sunteitan \$995* Prices f, o. b. Detroit, Factorf Included In Standard Eqwipmentn Four rwo-wÂ«y shock absorbers --atartar on dash--radiator shut- tern --elcctrotock --electric tuÂ«il and oil gauge on daati. Wertheimer Motor Co. Hudson-Essex Agency. West Crawford Avenue Phone 196, tvwwvwvvvwwewMW^ Wail Paper and IPaint Store 125 South Pittsburg Street Phone 202 RUPTUIO? Free Demonstration Loses Trousers Jn Cogs. WABAS;.-:, Ind., Feb. 2G.---David MardiB rode home in a taxi from the factory whore he is- employed because machinery had torn away his trousera. Mardia' cloHihiff became caught, in cogs and realizing he m i g h t bo drawn Into the machine, ho braced himnelf, and .he trousers left him. Jlrs. IVliorlc Leaves Ii6spllal. Mr-i. lOva Elizabeth A V h c r i c , w i f e of J o h n II. Wlioric, a meuuer of The Courier r e p o r l o r i u l stall', u n d l l l t l u t i K U l e r , K v e l y u Joan, r e t u r u t ' d to tlielr home at !-Â·- N o r t l i Meadow lane f r o m t h u C o i i u e l l s v i U e Statt: H o s p i t a l last ..'veiling- Scott-lllblC! \ V l l M l l l l i !lc;;, SCOTTDALK. l-'oh. 2fi,- Mrs. Frank Tallc-tti oÂ£ Broadway died this m o r n i n g F t t h e U n l o n t o w n H o s p i t a l , w h e r e shp had been f o r t r e a t m e n t , 'i'li-c body war. brought, to tho u.'Hleruluiig rooa.s oi' WUliaiii Ferguaon. A I be Iloral HÂ«1H ( ConncUnvi ilc, Sntur- ilÂ«y, Mnrch i. 1 **, or A l ittf WUHo Swan Hotel, 1 nlflntown, Sunday, Marrh and, or Al the MononKuliela Hole!, Hi Â«TnÂ«TlIic, ,li)n(lnj. Mnroh Srd, Â«r A Uic Nftv Crnuil l i o f r l , MoneMHcn, Tucndny, MnrÂ«U 4th. ay Mr. \. E. MITCHfi LI, Houra 10 A. M. i 7 1*. M. Kt.uart's Plapao-Pa.ts arc -atentably d i f f e r e n t f r o m i l i c truss, bflln ; mechan- ieo-chemico applicators matl self-adhesive p u r p o s e l y to k e e p U i muscle ,lonlc cailod "Plapno" c o n t l m ouoly app l i e d to the affected parts, and to m i n i m i s e diuisvr ot e l l p p i n t ; ;intl painful f r i c t i o n . f a b r i c Â»nft a v e l v e t -easy tu a p p l y -- - t n n x p t n Â» l v c . ' D u r i n g 24 years t h o u s a n d s liave \si ceeassfully treutoil l l H - m a e l v i ' S n c l i o n i i -- w i t h o u t M n d r a n c u f r o m \ i i r k . A w u ? led Q-old Modal. R o m e : C i r a t i d Prl.\', ] a r i a a n d 1Tonorable Alt^n t i o n , ' S a i l t'Yan Isi-o. Pru- ce.s.s u f reeo\-tM-- !H n i L i i M ' u l , : i no H i i b - Ke(|iii!iit. UMI' I'ui any K i n d ol' ; u p p o r l , U K H U K K '10 J ' A L i . M r , K I t c l i e l l U K a n u i Or uppor- 4- to ex- d to you I ' d n u l . f u . i l t :i i.-ill on yuu ntuy iwl- H'-ion )iii ve l i n i l l . v . I t i - o s i s y o u n o l h l i ainliic' a n d l i a v i d e r n o i m t r ; i t p r i v a t e l y -- - l l i i s s i - l o u t flc sell'- r o a l n i o n l , vvlilc'li so m a n y a t h c r f at tout, mjer oalh r i d t h e m of l l i e h - r u p t u r e h id e R V P d t h e m f r o m t h e k n i f e . H c m o m b c r U i c tinn- u n d p -u-.e. i ! n o l f i h i c i n call, w r l l e o r J'TtKE TI'SlAi. P L A T A O . A d d r r s s i 1 l a p a o (.-.., nttS S t u a r t 151df;., St. J^ouls, Al . -- A d v o r - tlaenient. New Designs in WALLPAPER Wall Paper Room Lots 10 Rolls Wall-20 yards Border .... \$1 Enamel, all colors, quart , \$1.00 6 cans Paper Cleaner and one 12-oz. bottle O'cedar Polish ., \$1.00 3 Sacks Prepared Paste \$1.00 1 Gallon Roof Paint - -,\$1.00 i MvwnfwnnfV'uwJMWvq*f*fVv* ^^ JOHN DONOHOE'S EFFECTS SOLD S]ji i l t o C o u r i i f r . of Constable J o h n Klood Uoiiohoe wore nold ut an twiininiKl.rutor'a snUi Monday, closing out the luÂ«t of the potisw- aloiiH oE the victim in Kaye-ttu counly'H. o u t a t a n d l n j ? murder mj'stery. Meni- bc-ra oÂ£ the McClaln f a m i l y w h o r e Donohoe roomed on . North G a l l a t i n avenue end W a l n u t street, bought hie ihree-piflc-e bedroom suit consisting of a clothee closet, vanity dresser and bed, together with a wardrobe trunk for \$100. Tho drilled -sife and lhÂ« rug in Hie Court stroot oflice of Dotiohoe w e n t for \$20. Two automobiles wÂ«: e not sold. 'J'ho KÂ«o i.s u n d e r Ixjnd h a v i n g IIULMI c l u i n i e d )jy MlsÂ« I k - l e u Cckt'ft to whom Uonoluw matlo (he i:ur u jireHtnit, it in claimed. 'Hit? Forl (; d u n , its cnrpet a l r e a d y iliick w i t h the d r y i n g crust iÂ£ blood w h i c h Â«(reamod f r o m the vic- tlrn's body a n d Us b u l l e t s p l i n t e r e d sklc, remaine in the- cuÂ« tody of the district attorney's office, I lie f i n g e r p r i n t s on the- back of the car s i l l ! remaining as one of the strong c uet; toward uncovering the murder. SENTENCED YEAR TERMS IN JAIL UNIONTOWN. Fob. 2(5,-,John and Franif Croino, 'bot[; ,,( vilu.', wlio f n i o i - R d il?aH of Riiilty lo Un-iiiK aini l;irc-ny In on J a n u a r y 14. were son- tvuced to j a i l ro r U I I O y( ,. ar] offcctiv.:! of J a n u u r y 22, lfi;io. They were ullcgod to liavo talwi ?-. r worth of goodH from tho CounoJk- v i l i Â« Bouiliu; Work.s, Wont Side Mator C o m p a n y , Auto Service Company and Perry Hojrctorson f?od stor*. who