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February 28, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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F R I D A Y . P t t r m U A U Y ^S, l f » 3 0 THE DALLY COURIER, C NNELLS VILLE, PA. "" · PAGE THREE. 'LAST PROPHET" TO BE TRIED FOR HIS STRANGE RELIGION Founder of a f.«It Tim! \ V a s i Juinhlo of Holik'ion, Spir- i t u a l i s m , H y p n o t i s m . REQUIRE MEMBERS \ TO BEG DAILY :i.v K ' l H i K N K LYONS V n i l o i i I'mns Stuff Correisipoiid-imt 'MOSCOW, Thiv Moscow p u b l i c w i l l --oon h u v o tho opportunity lo witness a n o t h e r of Uui.so spfx.'Uic'.U'S w h i c h socjns somewhat redolent of I h o old Russia, because i.l has in it olo-nionU of my.stirism, ordinary c h a r l a t a n i s m and a l i t : 1^ madness. D m i t r i Sclmlty.. soli' y f v l e d "I^-ist Prophet," f o u n d e r of a ritMv rongloui- pralo religion, s p i r i t u a l i s t , h y p n o t i s t , cU\. w i l l ho brought to t r i a l i-luiru'-il w i t h c o u i tcr-r''\dliiliou w h i c h in UrU ( · w i n t r y covers a m u l t i t u d e of sin;;. Srhiilty.':; f o l l o w i n g has not bt-en large. A l o u t ',',» JMM'.S!:H, m a n y of tlu«m you IK men and you UK womon from tho local t i n i v e r s i t H V , cons t i t u t e d liis disciples u-pon his a r r e s t rocontly, arid another s m a l l g r o u p exist;) in N i j n i Novgorod, wlvor» hi; lived u n t i l HKM. Tho N i j n i branch is undor the g u i d a n c o of his hvoihcr, Honry Sc.hultz. Out othc-r« of Sclmltz's disciples are to !o folui 1 in asylums for tho iusano horo a m i ii! o t h e r c i t i e s . Tho r e l i g i o u s w h i c h Sin;It/ preached sei'ins to have Q u i c k l y in (let-mined th;* m . - n u d i t y of thoHO w i n ) helievi"! him or mayle only (hose w h o s t a r t - d w i t h a n u n d e r - minod m e n t a l i t y lHlie'.'..-d h i m i n t h o tirst place. liven the S o v i e t p r e - . - . v , h i o h is not siinftiHuish it! huu'ii m a t t e r s , canno-t. t e l l all the details of the ceremonies which the group prac.! iced. For a poriod of ,'eveu years Schult/., U F i n g !I:K aliflged powers as a m e d i u m and a h y p n o t i s t , won the a d h e r . M i e e of men a n d w o m e n t o hi.; " f a i t h , " w h i c h w:is a c o m b i n a l i o u of ;ill present and obsolete r e l i g i o n s , w i t h Schultz as t h e i r t i t i i r u u i m e e t i n g p o i n t a n d i n - c a r n a t i o n . One of t i n * o b l i g a t i o n s of e v e r y member wa-i In beg a ci'i"ai:i n u m o c r of h o u r s it l i l y - a process whirl! he Jror any BAB1 We can never be sure just what makes an i n f a n t restless, but the remedy can always be the same. Good old Castpria ! There's comfort in c~ cry drop of this pure vegetable preparation, and not the slightest harm in its frequent use. As o f t e n as Baby has a f r e t f u l spell, is fa- erish, or cries and can't sleep, let C .istorla soothe and quiet him. Son.-.'times it's ;i touch of colic. Son, -times constipation. Or diarrhea-- i condition t h a t should always he .'becked w i t h o u t delay. Just keep C astoria handy, and jjtve it prompt!,-. Kelief will follow very promptly; if it doesn't, you .should call a physician. A!l through babyhood, Castoria !;hou!cl he a mother's s t a n d b y ; and a wise mother does not change to stronger medicines as the child ;;rou's older. Castoria is readily obtained at any drugstore, and the genuine easily identified by the ("has. IT. Fletcher signature that rippears on every wrapper. TOMORROW NIGHT claimed was (i-owl for the f o u l . I low- ever, he PO-IM i.od iHrsonally the proceeds of the (egging of a l l hi* followers. DOLLAR-A-BARREL OIL TARIFF BEFORE THli SENATE TODAY I f v t WASH1NGTO ji'Ct of oil n« l e n t i o n t o d a y , b 'tin- t a r i f f b i l l c atul iu the lobh i n v e s t i g a t i o n oi wa.s s t a r t e d , '['ho r e q u e s t ' t o r s f o r a t a r i f i barrel on e r u d t h e p r i n c i p a l t Moor. This mo;' t e c t i v e step f o r n i t e f l PresH. V, Feb. 2S.-~.The, sub- lopoiized Senate at- i t h nn tho floor, whcro n U n u e s u n d e r debate, cmiuiiitU't', where- an t h i p e t r o l e u m lobby f S o u t h w e s t e r n sona- d u t y of one- d o l l a r a p e : r i U ' i t n i was to ho ;iic of delwtf on the ·iiiro, asked us a pros m a l l producers, has gained t r e m e n d o u s m o m e n t u m fl.".st pi'opo.sed and i t s p r o p o n e n t s bc- l i ' j v n t h e y have, e n o u g h votes to jani it. t h r o u g h . M e a n w h i l e the lobby committee be- gt'.n an iti(|iiiry i n t o t h e delegation of w e a l t h y S o u t h w e s t e r n oil men whirh came here two ·weeks ago Cor a brief but effective eumriiusti for support of the c i o l l a r - u - b a r r e l d u t y . P r o h i b i t i o n was a closed issue for I I I 1 t i m e in b o t h housrii of CoiiRrcsa. Tl e .Senate is w o r k i n g iiiider an agreement that e x c l u d e s wet and dry debate u n t i l tho t a r i f f is concluded. The House J u d i c i a r y Committee, liear- i n t ; 'witnosses oi\ seveu b i l l s to repeal an I m o d i f y the I S t h A m e n d m e n t , ad- j o i rnod yf.sti'rduy u n l i l next week w h e n . s u p p o r t e r ^ of t h e lills arc to cor.chul'G t h e i r a r g u m e n t s and step aside iti favor of those in opposition. .Homes? Koryday you will fliid homes aaJ nomo filtca advert teed in our ctaeeJ- tieci columns--read them over. uartc^rs Aaron Quality Furniture, Rugs and Ranges Our tremendous stocks assure you splendid choice the last day --the same as at the Sale's start. We urge you to buy for future needs now--at February Sale reductions. After tomorrow night the February Sale special price ta|;s come off each piece. .. Victrolas... Radios Tk Best JUST OUT H'Jmf Is This Thin}; ( a l l r t l L o v e ? -- Vox Troi ............ .................... .". .............................................................. Kcisiiuin's Orcliostru- Slio's Such a Comfort o Me -- Fox Trof ...... Hoisman's Or. No. Price Rosa -- FO.Y Trof .............. _ ..... ._ ..... Anlon-OJi man Orch.- ly First Love -- My L».st Love -- Fox 'J'rot ........................ ................................................................ Anlen-Ohman Orchestra Ivcep Your Undershirt On -- Fox Trot .................... ................ ............................................. P'dlach's Park Central Orctlipstrn- W h u t W o u l d I Care J-- Fox Trot ............ 'I'Jn; HUch Hatters -22-2(57 73e in Music the World Over Cross Voiir Finders -- Vox Trot (from the Musical !omp.dy, "Sons ()' duns") IVat Shilkret- Victor Or.- May I Say, "I J.ovo Vor"-- .K. T. ...... Shilkret- Victor Orcli. I Don't Want "Your Ki .ses ......... _ ................ "We. ems' Orchestra- I'ntil t i i e Fnd-- W a h n .................... . .......... Shilkret-Orchestra Sally -- Fox Trot ................ ............................... .. ..... King's Orohestra- 14" I'm 1) mutt ing -- W a l t z ......................... ....King's Orchestra Lucky 31 p -- Lovable Von ........................ Iteismnn's Orchestra- Happy Days Are Here Again... ............ lieismau's Orchestra My Fate Is in Your Hi ads ....................... Shilkret-Orchestra- Melanclioly .................... : ...................................... lleidt's Calii'ornians You Want Lovin' ............ _. ..Vnllce's Connecticut Yankees- Lonely Troubadour ........... Yulloe's Connecticut Yankees Hello Haby ..................................... - ..... Warliig's Ponnsj ivaiiiaiis- Love Conies A Ion;,' ........... . .......... _ ..... Shilkret-Orchestra -22138 -22240 -22221 -22222 -23J3C -222(50 Cryin' for the Curoliues ............ Wurlnp's Pennsylvanians Have a Little Faith in He ...... Wnring's reunsyivauian.s Frankie Johnny .... ........... ...................................................... Itodpers Kyerybody Does It in Hawaii ..... ................................... Itodgers Yotloilnpr Cowboy .................................................................. ,, ..... llodgers IJiue Yodel No. t» .................................................... ............. . ........... Itodg-ers 7.'e 75e 75c 7»c 7fc -221t;5 -22271 Amo 'n* Andy Records Is Everybody in Your Family as Dumb as You LsJ Parts 1 and 2 Amos '«' Andy--2211!) 75c The Dairy Amos 'a' Andy--22234 75c At the H u l l Flight Amos 'n' Andy A Deposit Will hold Selections Complete Home AARON Furnishers Sina 1891 Convenient Payments if Desired Square Dance Trotter Auditorium Saturday, Marcl 1 at Hours: S to 12 Admission--Gents, Ladies, 2rc. Ruffsdale ULM^FSDALE. l«\il. -S-- J u n d e r w e n t an n p r r a l i o i i foi dicitis iii the- Memorial Ho M o u n t Ploasttiit. Mr. anl Mrs. HaroM Ship daughter, Doroiliy, Mi«H .Icsi and Mfcrj J'tuth Shlploy ulti b i r t h d a y K i i r p r i p e p a r t / nt th« Mr. aiKl Mrs. Arthur Keller Friday evoninjr. Tho party w on honor of Mr. Keller's birt; hn H u l l .appen- pltal at ey and lo Stout tided a home of f Yukon w given day an- Mrs. Version 'Taylor and eon of GroeuKburK spent Tuesday at t ic home o£ her mother, Mr.i. D, Declcni r. Ted Hoes ot near I'ltisbur: spent thn wc-ek-erul w i t h friends h e i 5. Mr. -and Mrs. George MciN illy of Plttaburg e-pent Ihe weok-end · 'ith tho former's mother. Mre. Mary /IcNelly who ii! Horlotiely ill. Mien Ruth Shipley 1» Hpend ng the week with her sinter, Mre. Jtloy vVaLson of Connellsville. IVlr. and Mre. .Hiiy Mull and |]f lighter, Kathrj-n Rae, spenf S u n d a y v, th the former's brother, Charles Mu 1 and family of Mount Pleasant. Mre. Harry Kauffiuan spent I fonday with relatives in Hunker. Perfect Afternoon Attire Complete Home mams Furnishers Since 1691 FOR SALE Jl. C. FliiL'K t'OKJb! COM'i'A I PttOl'EHTY IVHemoat Houses Home Sites factor^ S lies Farm Lauds Csed Macliiuery, Shop Tt ols, Building and Mine $aip les Much ot tiie pi'operty loir aa e U advaiitageoualy iocated wlltli re- apect lu wat«r ».»'.! sisslri.ij ik war auppliK". i'ail road 8idiu;;s aaU av- ed roads. For full iufornritlou la s-egar I to prices uud terms, apply to Su er- ititendent oi: uuareai Alijie or Si ott- dale Office. H. C. i''rick Coke Compu iy, Scottdale, Peanu. Consider f his /[own of beige crepe de Chiue quits the thing for the afternoon. The dress was cut and followed along the Princess line, and allows the tight-fitting tfecves to Bare just below the elbow. The square neck and the rippling skirt, which is in three tiers, are added attractions to this creation. The hat, of horsehair, and fhe fox far, complement the dress. International Fashiions C!love« ami Stockings Threaten To Match Costume Colors By FRANCES PAGET Copyright, 1930, by Stylo Sources NEW YORK, Feb. 2S--Coincident with the spring- openings. Schlaparelli oeretl colored hosiery, the tone** of course m a t c h i n g tho co-stume with which they wero TVOTH. GoiiiK this idea one bett-er, is (hu introduction of c:ol- ored hosiery in fabric weave*, instead of plain. Taking one consideration w i t h on- other it is e v i d e n t that stockings aro undergoing- a deckled change not only in tone !7ut ia construction. One aesumes that this effort has not boen put forth to dfecourage i h e practico of omiting stockings. Gi/ eocks arc of course a sports factor and are reported as being chosen w th the chic but daring shorts in which women now appear on the courte. The tendency to match gloves to the costume with which UK y are worn Ic another new dovelopn ent worth watching. While some k! i« appear, the scales dip decidedly in favor of .suedes in all lengths from four to eix button and in pull-oii molu:s. For evening, white, all w h i t e and d-olicate pinky beige suedo are eug- gHisted as (.lie newest note* but the habit of wearing gloves f r evening has not become general eillier here or In l-'arle. The conservative clement and somo «[ tho u l t r a ymniger. sut wear them however. BIG DANCE SLAVISH HALL West Side, Doiinellsvllle Saturday, March 1st Hours: 7:8-0 to 11:30 Admission--Gents, T5c; Ladies, 25c. Door Prize Will lie *iven Dickerson Run mCKBRON J1LTN', Foh. :is.--Tho Pioneer Club mot Wednesday ow-nlug in tho Y. M. C. A. T h i r t y jiwirrbcrs \v«r« present and two now members wero added. The boyw »pont t h e evo- playing- basketball and ping fxiyal J»d«e No. 'Ail of th organization will moot in (.help lodge room in Dawson Friday evening- and a. very pleasant session is tlio prospect. \V. R. Walker of Connollsvillo wa.s a bUHin«ss caller lierw Wednesday afternoon. Paul Krankfl waa transacting business hore Wednesday. K l m e r Douglas, well-kno-wii PiUs- biirg Lake Erie enRineor, af M«Keos Hoc-ks, siKJiit tho dny here with his family. Walter nichler of Soottdale waa a business caller Ix-re last evc-niojr. Mrs. James Anderson returned to her home at Canton, Ohio, Tbursd-ay morning after standing the past, Iwo weeks here and at. Oaw.'.on visiting relatives a n d i'riond-s. Use Clnsslfled Ads. bring results. COAL and COKE Connellsville coking coal, both run of mine and lump. Gas Coal, Lump nud A'ut Size. oke, Kut and Large Sizes Consolidated Coal Supply Co. Yards on B. O. and r. n. R. Phones 1700 and 1*,

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