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FRIDAY, FEBUT7AHY 2S, 193ft. TTTEI DAirrr crnntTErrt, now STEAM ENGINE WIZARD VOTED WORLD'S BEST Select Hnglnccrine: Deans Jam os Watt as Itenefactor. l,y U n i t e d Press V H . [ / A . N C ) V A , Pa... Fet. 25 -- Jamee Watt, who made most of the improvements on l u r stoam engine, Is tbo greatest onplneor of all time, according to the dfdus of the engineering schools of tio United Stales. The poll o ' the doaiis of eÂ»ngtnoÂ«ring was mad a iublic her? today as the sin-dents of tho School of Technology ot Villanova College mot to complete plans lor the celebration ot the 25th anniversary of tho engineering department here. A Dean Car' T. Humphrey, of the VUlanova hool ot Technology, invited every dean of engineering in America to name tho greatest Â«Â·- Kineers of sl\ time. The five- greatest enffineen? of all t i m e were listed as follows: 1. James Watt. 3. Leonardo di Vinci, who planned and constructed tho Mattesana Canal. .'Â·. Thoma.i A. Kdison. 4. James B. KadK, boat ,ind brldgo engineer. 6. tVrdlm nd de I/essepa, French e n s i n e e r wh b u i l t the Stiez Cnnal and projwtfd t h i I'amuoa Canal. The ten sretite.st mplneorg of the past 25 years, ai-cordlng to tho Villanova Bnrvev, iro: 1 f l e r h e r Hoover, for his work in m i n i n t r a n d u d n i i m s t i aLion 2. Cluirlcs P. Steinmetz, electrical .'!. ThormtF A. Kdison I. J o h n K. Stevens, for his work on t!io Panama t ' a n a l rind an head oÂ£ tho Ameru-ftn ila Iway Mission to Rusma, 19J7-L, 1 ;. 5, J o h n H lyes Hammond, mining, f. (ieorgo \V, IJoethals, engtnecr- i n - i h i f f of t h e Panama Canal. f (ieorgo W. Webtnighouso, air- b r a k e Inventor and pioneer In intro- d u c i n g a l t e r n i t i u g current. machinery. S U u g l i e l M o Marconi, inventor oH wireless lelerraphy and responsible lor f i r s t broadcasting In England, !i l l o n r y !\ird, aniumoUvo ougin- fcnug. l'. R a l p h \lodjeski, engineer of the I i f h i w a r o J U v c r bridge at Philadelphia and the Arnbibsador Hridjce connecting MtcMstiu and tho Pro-vinee of O n t a r i o , Canada. PUBLIC UTILITY OFFICIAL WILL RETIRE MAR. 1 Audi A Adams, for 10 years Comp- troJlex- of the American Water Works Electric Company, will retire from active buslneti Marrb 1. Hhortlj tlereuftor Mr. Adams will return to fnttsburg. tho home of bis birth, where lie h^s many fr leads and rolu- tlvea. for the last 16 years Mr. Adams ha,s resided in NÂ«w York City, the head- rtuarterB o! 'ho Americeui Water Works Bkctric Sytem. Ho lias been a freqiKnt visitor to Pittsburg, however, due to his connection with tbo Wost Penn Syetenj, which is controlled by tho American AVator Works Klectrlc Company. Mr. Adams, who is wick-ly known throughout tho public utility imloetry, has many frieiuls tn western Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia He mill Mrs. Adams will shortly take up th-eir roaidonco in their new country home In Perm township. Sinithton H M I T H T O N , Feb. 28--Mtee Janet Wwls of KilU n n i n g is sipemliug sev- oval dat visil UK at tho home of her brothei-iu-hiw iiul etater, Mr. and Mrs. 11. O. Pittavlnj .Mr. and Mrs John Kallsh have announced the 'jlrth of a son on Saturday, February 22. The family now consists of fM r gitls anl two boys. Mrs. Kalie)) n ^ i l l be remembered as Mit-* Joscphlru Kotouch of Greons- burg. Ixjuls D:\ynei of B-ellc Vernon was a caliPr fiprc Monday, Joseph Boveu wns a PItteburg visitor on Tuesday. William Sutfou of West Newton waa a 1)usiiiL'tt3 c a l l a r hero Wednosilay. Ohiopyle UHIOPYLK, li'eb. 2S -- Mrs. Clara Vaughn, who hae spent the past several weekfi in Somorset, has returned to her home here. Mrs. Uladya Anderson and baby ot Uidwt'll were visitors lit Ohlopylo Thurbday. Prod Sproul vas ,i Pitts burg caller T h u r s d a y . Mr. I r w i u o[ I n i o n t o w n waÂ« n jiK'-.s L.illrr iti t;hiopy!o Thursday. .Mrp lOlU.iliofb R a f f r r f y IB ';t r Ms d i j s in (' u'icll.sville and Mount 1'loHsiant. M. Jo'nuoii of l/istonburf; wan a bue- iiu-iH fill lor in town T h u r s d a y !,. M. Hay waÂ» a t-aller ni r n i o n t ( w n . Looking for fturgitlns 1 Road the advertisements la Dally Courier. Comtipfttian Nan habit forming^ Safe Scientinc SATURDAY THE LAST DAY OUR FEBRUARY $1.00 Delivers These Items It will pay you to consider the ,noed: of your home now, and take advantage of our February Sale, especially now that we have made the payments so very easy for you. $IO.OO Will Deliver Any Suite Illustrated Here \ * Bridge Lamp 36.95 $1.00 Delivers These Items Clearance of Bedroom Suites This popular s u i t r , one of nur bent number-;. J R Artistic bras^ - piatod ? 4 piecpfc as pirUirrrt. Realty a base. Fam y painted shaci* with bead fringe. great bargain at o n l y $: 49 All 4 Pieces Are Included! / A s u i l o of fxcpptional merit, and priced low onouÂ£ii lo inlf'i'psf -the most t h r i f t y buyor. I t consists of Bed, Jiresser, Vanity and Chest of Drawers, only Mefal Beds $5.95 Up f Reduced priros for this of all salp.v Rfd ap illustrated. Panel center, $12. High Chairs $2.95 Very c o m f o r t a b l y iaper- oÂ»l bock. Hardwood golden oak color. A l u m i n u m tray sold separate. Sensational 8-Pc. Dining Suites Reduction! When you KPP this creation you w i l l appreoia e lh imtnpnfllty of this .^avinp;, Huffot, Tablf and (j| t tnd () damask scat chairs, at ._ ,, ti' Luxurious 9-Pc. Dining; Suite One; of our finest sintes--ordinarily soiling lor ovor ?200. Arm chair and 5 diners with damask Beats -..- __ $145 Ceda.r Chest $9.95 A hugo price reduction! Genuine L*ne red cedar chest. Beautifully finished. Coil Springs $9.95 .A set of those Simmons springs w i l l give you slopping comfort that you never dreamed possible. See This Special! Save! Distinctive, large, graceful arras; Serpentine 'rcmt with rich drop-carvings! (J QA Reversible cushions ^... ,, tj; Â»/Â»/ A Modern Mohair Suite Richly upholstered in quality mohair with cushions, reversible. Consists of sofa and club chair, wing or button back cbair ________ ..... spring J* "| '7pT Â«p JL I O Rugs and Floor Coverings Odd Dressers $12.95 Anolhor outstandiBg value in our February Sale. BuiJt of hardwood In walnut color. 9x32 ft. Axiuinstcr Rugs, Regular $39.50--NoW 9x12 ft. Seamless Axminster Rugs;, Regular $45.00--Now Bed Lamps $U95 Look at this bargain! Smart georgette crepe bed lamps. Choi ;e of color. 9x12 it. BMne Axminster Rugs, Regular $50.00--Now 9x12 ft. Extra Axminster Rugs, Regular $65,00--Now 9x12 ft. Superior Quality Axminster lUigs, Regular $69.50--Now ,,_ $31.50 $35.00 $45.00 $55.00 $59.50 One special group Wilton Velvet Rugs, Regular $110--Now ,, 9x12 Royal Wilton Rugs, Regular $110.00--Now 9x12 Wilton Velvet Rugs, heavily fringed. Regular $125.00--Nflhv Â» Servian Bigelow Hartford Rugs. Regular $145.00--Now _ Royal-Ka-Shan Wilton Velvet Rugs. Regular $155.00--Now .. $69.50 $89,50 o.OO $119.50 $129.50 Boudo r Chair $11.95 Sturd f r u n o . Spring scat, padded arms and back. Croton le covered. New Carpeting Per Yard $1.39 Printed Floor Covering Yard 75c Felt Base Rugs Size 0x12 $7.95 Rag Carpet Yard Wide 90c Strollers $8.95 If babies could only "speak up" they would ask for a Lloyd si roller. You'il Allwitys Do Better at Home furnishers ? Fine Mirrors j $5.95 A Vonoliaii style w i t h j bevelled edgps and richly I urnainontod as illustrated. Pennsville Ponnsvi lo called Suuliy. Mrs. May Harrte and Bis -, Mrs. J. I'KXNSVILbK, Ffl) 2S--Mrn. Sci-ali 1 (' rot-hid ml of C o n n o l l i v i l l o spent hev- ' oi.il !ays this w e k w i t h h?r ;i!.?ter, Mrs HarrlM Par^lial Mr. uiul Mt*. \ V u l i Â« Â· Horn and Miss Kileon llo-lgo, a local r 6 Wont who it, Conn^lKviil-c Uig'i Confluence (Iron ot Dutioru wt ru i v a l h r u last bat-' u r x t a y Â»tftprÂ«vvon at I R tuitni' of M i s s ' L!org.iMtiu*v R. N i c k l u w were in Scottd.iU- \Vfdnos- doy vlsiMng at Uio home ol \!i and 1 Mr*- n, T. Pooli Mrs. Poo!, i- \ r y ! i l l and Â«jtpects to so to Morry Hospt-' t u l , Pitt; burg, Saturday to undergo an opcrailo i Mr. and Mrs. J K. Halfiiilt w*-rp Sunday visitor^ at tho luinic of MrÂ«. A l i c e Tl ottmtt Â«it M o u n t I'lea^iiiii Bchoul, \v;i!= operated on T h n n lay at Hl Ooutu I l i - \ i l l o v T r K . N ^ K . Fob -Jolin M r r . J I a t U e J l a l f h i l l i,-m Mr.- Kuth Ilock s Th urt f l a y m C oniio Ifiville frionda ['111, t t r - 1 1 K I K I W D t r - j W o n t of Fort H i l l , wan Â» I u mi 1 ' v i - i t o r in town yr-slpr- day. Hr. and Mrs. T. R. Show were re- i p u t visitors with friends in Pitls- in town \ Â· Â»rcÂ«lnv !ri"i)(ih in J ' i t i t I j i n ,Â«', i n m c i l Iron] I ho T r u m p a j 'ii t u x t i t h to ! ' v '" * v t M d - i j - n i i i r n f iriomiB n r i ! tin' [jani-;t Mr'J)f,n,i!d i m o on t l i Â» ' r;illfc " ''.iu r Im. John Homohhu i;, well lu /Â« u fnni(.r of Fort Hill, was among t h e b u K i n e s s , v ,!Â· tinniÂ£ M i " On i n . ' viattors in here yeeterduy. Cosi is RÂ«tÂ»ul * Mr 1 -. W i l l i a m B u r n w o r l h uti5 Mm C. A. B u r n w o r l h a, d d^ugln.r. i ji,^^'^r^'^ '"" VM " 10Wl " 1 " Mr a n d .Mrs Thomap P1 wards ot i ICvelyn. have r o M i r n w l to t ' elr homo Â»t ! ' _. '_^ Murkleiou w e r e vusitore "wlih f r i e n d K J o h n son ciuun'l iH*Â«r ,i \V.ii . v i i h ,-, , , v ' V ! ! h ratroii/Â« those who adv*rtlÂ»Â«.