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P\0,l; SIX. ·i'HJE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVII LE, PA. SATURDAY, M A R C H 1, 1330. P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mi-.s. M-.iria f !. Pro ./.man of l.'niou- tow;i is visiting .it 'lit- Home of Mr. and Mrtt. J o h n L. (5ms, I'/ast W a s h - ington, a v e n u e . K'r ;,ak ut Olf-nn A. Ca-dwallarier's Sto-'OH at South C'onnoUsvilJe ami P o p l a r Grove, p u r e Somerset County Mit;l« S y r u p at $1.95 por gallon.--Ad- ver'.isennnt.~-28foh-2t. Mifw Hina [jnimcn of Uniontowu, who hal te»eri he.re visiting her cousin. Mrs. J. W. I^enh.vrt of South Conn e l . s v i l l e , wa-H called home on a c c o u n t of illness of her m o t h e r , Mrs. il. A. l l l u e Seal Clonner. best eleaner sold. Edward Bae-r, g e n e v a l hardware, 518 W e s t * Crawford iiVcnue.--Advertise- m e a t , -- 1 5 feb-St-eol. MTV. M. K. Vanes-, who has IXKMT ill for six w f j p k n at her home at South Oo'iiiellnville-, i.s abl- v to tit up a short tiiue- each day. M a r y .1. 'Rhodes Cia«s of T r i n i t y Re- fo;-rr.r',l Cluirch w i l l present Mifiti 1/r.reoii r u r b a u g t i . soprano. Mist; J e w - ; i;i(- Khode*,, piunisi. Mtss Klixabeth ! H u p p , r e a d e r , in concert Thursday e v e n i n g . March fith at 8 P. M. in the c r . u r e h on lireen f t . The public ifl c o n l i a l i y i n v i l e d . A. s i l v e r o f f e r i n c \ v , l ! be received.--Advertisementlt. Mrs. H. I , . Krio? and son, Donald, s p e n t ( h e day ,:n f i l t s b u r p . M r s . C l a r e n c e A. I-'ort of East Cedar a v e n u e w r i i t t o J ' i t l s h u r c ; t h i s a f t e r noon t v i s i i M r . ai d !V!rs. , i . M . H e n r y o -el- S u n d a y . Mr. and Mrs. A. Vv. K e r n s and d t u b b i e r . Mis.s H e ' e u , a n d son. Scott. 0 M e r r e l l a v e n u e , ( g r e e n w o o d , w i l l m o t o r t o W i l k i n s b u r g .Sunday inoru- iiss to s p e n d Hie d;iy w i t h Mrs. Kern's b r o t h e r - i n - l a w u i v l s i s t e r , M r . a n d Mr-.. T. \V. K;isto;i a n d her m o t h e r , .Mrs. C. U K i n k c : i d . Mrs,, K i n k e a d , v h o f e l l :-.ornc t i n - e HRO a n d s u f f e r e d u I ' r a c - n i r e nf t h e l a p , w i l l be SO y e a r s 1 !d .March -'.'. S l u - is able to be about '·lily w h e n a s s i s u - i . P o s t m a s t e r n. \V. S c c h U ' r of K a i r - h f t n t - c was a ( ' o n n e l l s v i l l e v i s i t o r to- r'ii.v. ! ! c a l l e d r .Postmaster \V. S. J l e h a n i u i . M i - s J p i i n i c V-ince of West CVdar ; v e n u e , w h o W H S a d m i t t e d In t h e West . i V n r : H o n p i t H l . i' t t s b u r g , T u e s d a y of ' h i s week t o r t r e a t m e n t , was t a k e n o. t h e home of h e r h r o t h c r - i i i - l a w and . i s t e r , Mr. and iMrs. \V. i;. G J H i l a n d i t H e l l e v u e Itivil · · v e n i n c . M r s . C. I-'. R i i y n o n d of Otcden s t r e e t ;uis r e t n r i u - d hoi at- f r o m i . ' n i o t i t o w n , w h e r e she was f i e finest of her s o n i n - l a w ;uid d i m : - ' l i t e r . M r . a n d Mrs. ICarl W i l s o n . M r . a n d M r s . M i l t o n K i s e n h o w e r o f W a s h i n g t o n , t). · ' . , a r e s p e n d i n g tiio w e e k - e n d u s K U ' - s l s o f t h e f o r m e r ' s b r o t h e r , K a r l i ) . K i s e u l i n w e r o t t h i s c ' i t y . Mrs. .!. I I . K o r i n s o n of t'nioutowu w a s t h e ^ u e s t o f r e l a t i v e s a n d f r i e n d s h e r e y e s t e r d a y . M r s . J o h n h y i i c h was the g u e s t of f r i e n d s i n I ' n i o r t o w n y e s t e r d a y . M a r j o r i e l / o u i t » j 1t:Cuirns is re- c o v e r i u s f r o m h i a t t a c k o f b r o n c h i a ! p j i o i m i o n i a . She is tho l i t t l e d a u g h t e r of Mr. und M r . - . K. S. McCainib of. Mr, 1 ;. C l i n t o n 1'. Bell of N o r t h A r c h ,s!r:.M"., w h o u n d e r w e n t a n o p e r a t i o n Tuesday in a I'iU.sbiiri; h o s p i t a l , is reported to be p e l t i n g a l o n g n i c e l y . tlit.se wno aav erase. "BEANTOWN CHOIR" CAST ENTERTAINED Tho m-emherf of I In; cast of "Tho Boantown C h o i r " \vero eiitorlainotl Friday e v e n i n g at a banquet f u r n i s h e d by the Ladies Aid Society of the I'-erryoipolis .Methodist Episcopal Oh-iirch. About t h i r t y - f i v e persons wore In attendance, tearlo K. Curtis, Tv.ho trirectod he p l a y l e t , recc-nlly presontt^d, «er\ed as toiistmustor. Ho was presented v v i i l i a book in foohalf of the society, by Mrs. .1. O. Stengor, president. J. ix C h r i s l m a n gav« u talk. A reading was given by MM. i^orry Stunk. The g a t h e r i n g joined in songs. Mrs K r u n k Sisley a n d Mrs. B. M. Wiick- h n : i charge of t h e ciecorn- tions and i h e d i n i n g r o o m w h i l e Mrs. No! sou M u r l i n MVH. .! . K. M a r t i n arid Mrs. ,1 . O. KUi-iivor had c-hargt of t h o kite lien, A. P. Moore Leaves Part of Fortune To Spanish Queen l^**V j - PITTSBUKC, M a r c h 1. -- Queen Victoria I C u g t i i i u vf Spain has been hprjueatei! $10;,Dt)0 in the w i l l ot the, late A l e x a n d e r I'. Moore, f o r m e r am- hassiuKa- to Spain and Pittsbur;; p u b l i s h e r , i t u a learned here today. Moore's w i l l wile «e«t to New York last \VwlnosKlay to he witnenycd am! w i l l bf w:tn'ss«l ui Boston before it i.s proiuiiiri in AlUjgheuy c o u n t y court. T!ic V n i o i : Trust C o m p a n y of J'itlts- burg w i l l bo executor. Balm I torn to Tlltenonrs. Mr. ani Mr«. Leroy Kitenour of ReWmore ro-td, are. ainvouncinp the birth of t h e i r first, svon, l^eroy V-errton, WedD«ftd»i.v. »bruary 3K. The other two children are girls. Mrs. Ritenour ·was Mis« NoUio M u l n i x of South Con- beriore her marriage. Mr. is "Tnpioyod hy t h o Capswui GlnssiCornpany. Aunt Hit nv i' u i ,t,i-;:v "A .sick man is so i t i r e a n o n a b l e . Pa fussed at me- w h f i I w a s l i x i n ' ;i h o t f l a t i r o u f o r - i s f o e t an' dropped U on his a t o uaeli. but it was so hot I c o u l d u longer." h o l d it uo Wed. Hill Grand.cn ! B. 0. HAD FAIRLY | PROSPEROUS YEAR I ENDED DEC, 31,'2) Operating 1 Rernnues .From Pji.sspupcr Traffic Show Increases. $17,722,311 I DIVIDEN PAID DONOHOE MURD11R . KNOWN BEFORE HIS BODY wAS FOUND; C'.:uiniiiHl f r o m ! .IJTI' On«. c.'.ared t h a t ( J t i r i n n (1, c o n v e r s a t i o n .s.n aski.'d J o h n wtur l)onho? !iad been k i l l e d for u t i d .) h n dt.'c'lured it g r e w out of a bootleg pant'.. " I t ' s easy done, !o u l l a man for JTi.OOO," J o h n t o l d lie , a e f - o r d i i i K to A n n i e . Slie said she did not a t t a c h a n y p u r t i c n h i r s-Uuiifit IHC.R to the re- m a r k a t t h e time. A n o t h e r man in Hep iblic' w h o m s-lie k n r w as " H u t c h " conic also f e l l 'lom?- t h i i i g a b o u t the Tkmol o« m u r d e ' 1 , A n - riir also t o s t i f l c d . Il ileh told her, she said, t h a i he \V;IP i ' t .^oius to t e l l a n y t h i n g u n l e s s he h ) ! I n , rind adri.nl t h a t " i h c y " had b c t t i · · 1ft h i m alono or he w o u l d t e l l -'V ' y t h i n K . f!otl! "i'.utc.'h" and "John t! e Barber" liare since disappeart-o! frc u R e p u b l i c , a r s to Annie. She- sakl sao a paper l a t e r i n i h i m o r n i n g and s u r e e n o u g h it t ld a!oiit Doi'o- hoe's dcalb. A c o n v e r s a t i o n at K a r l £ Bell's n i g h t c l u b d u r i n g ii ; o p " n i n g w - o k in J u l y wan related b K c l w a r d ((jciii) Whit by who -.was b n - u R h l baek ti'orn the w o r k h o u s e to l o s t i f y . W i i i t b y s;iid he had d - i v e a u t So the n:ii;iit c l u b one cvonir..K d u r (\K ojienlng week w i t h lii.s w i f e , a ^ isa T h o r n o ;ind Kdgar J'at.terson. '! ony Hell bailed him a f t e r he i.stl In ,-n parked for a w h i l e , Tony sayiaf; '1 w a n t t o '.oik t o you," according l ^ V ' h t t b y . Whereupon Tony - r a w l e d i n t o Unseat bohind Ih-c wti 'el v/hile. ho sat beside h i m . .Just tf s-n o p a r t y :on- s l s t i n t of Donohoe. '.,'oimty HotecMvo D o w n i n g , K d w a r t i McShanu and C h a r l e s McCloskey iassed by. "There goes your f r i e n d Donohoe," Mrs. U ' h i t b y c a l l e d · t i t to Mr. \VMUiy f r o m t h e rear seat. At t h a t i n s t a n t , V h i s h y said. P^ell jerked out a .45 t - a l : h r e / r u n f r o m h i s s i d e p o c k c t a n d rem i r k e d t h a t Donohoe " w i l l pet his s! rtly." "My wil'e said h s l i o u l d n ' t m a k e any remarks l i k e t i n t , a n d if rflie }iad k n o w n lie had a cnii in h i s {wrk-;t she w o u l d n ' t have 1-et. him in t h e car,'' \ V h i t b y concluded. A t t o r n e y A. \V. ' a v a i c H i i t p t urn-eel wHnoss and whil« on the wd.neB «tand WUH asked if he hart any direct conclusions ns to iio i i i d tiie actual k i l l i n g , replied: "1'oint t-o his ono"iies if you w a n t t.o l i n d o u t about l h - m-urdor." "it w a s n ' t bootlegger^ a n d it. wasn't racketeers and it wasn't h i t t l e Joe who killed Uonolio ." C a v a h t u n t e ; a d d e d r a t h e r d n i n i u t i i i l l y . " M y cosiclu- »io« is t l i a t Doiio- oe w a s klllel b^?- caust; ho \vu:s . u ee . i n j ; hi.s eJHr.liti.V added ibv attoi'ii-e.'-. "\V'e were u n d e r lie i;iiprts«rwio"i t h a t Homeono ivus f»rol c t i n g (Jig Kil Won- «etlor. \Vt» w a n k ' i t o l i t i t j o u t u b o i H t h a t and wo wen very a n x i o u s t.ti locate Hig Kd a f i " r lie had been spirited u W a y Ly .irs. Hess. V\'« le- !i«ved lX)lilit'S ha ! s o i n e t l i l n g (o do with t h e li(|iior I :iit was b e i n g carried u p (fliis way f r o m C o n n e l l s v i l i e . Wo felt if we coi.Ul t a i t h i s liii«! we cxmld make sotiK-t. dy s q u i r m . " Diverting a g a i n Cavaicanle il-csVlar- od s u d d e n l y : "({oliiK into .N'ic . KoHonborg's char- u c t f ^ r w i l l not disi loso the murden.TK. 1 am cortain Mr. i l o s c n b e r g had r.oth- iiiij to do will! it ; nd )MH niiin* s h o u l d not !x atiicltt'd ; ·) a .sli^ma i i any way w i t h Un cast . i^n.r from that." Asked by .Uiroi W. J. B n r c h i n a l to n a m e Donohoe'a -Mioinit'K, Cavalcante said that. D « n o h i e b u d d r a w n up it p l a n which was .·- ill in h i s ixissssnion a n d w h i c h c o n t a i n e d a list 01 his so- called enemies. This plan co it.aine-d "ways ami Tieal romance surrounds the marriage of George Norman Slade, of New Y o r k , grandson of the late Jnmes J Hill, noted railroad builder, and the former Mis* Elizabeth Carr, of Toledo, O,, jibove. They met on n Montana range lust summer white riding nnd tach thought for several weeks that the other was n mitiv« of the wild country. got me ! ;i roc D o n n h o e , m e a n s as to how Douohoe w o u l d tht-m," sai.l L'avalc;nite, " I ' l l nu no l l u ' M i if you w a n t t o , " c o n t i r ued M r , C a v a l c a n l o . " W e l l , co ahead, who «n.' t h r y , " re- spo n decl I- · u r: h i n a 1. "Judg-tt ( l e p p e r t . .liaise Morrow. Mr. Adams, Mr. No w e l l . Mr. liro'.vn · · · · w e d i d n ' t h a v e m u c h a K a i n s r Ivd B r o w n -- t h e n Bell and Dodson. We f.-!t U)a! Hods-oil b n r l gone out of h i s way to get Sam JIVKP!I m a k e a f i l l s " i-i;Het n e n t nsa'.nst Donohoy und we i!t he w a s an e leiny." Mr. On, a l c u n t i c o n e h u l e d bis t e s t i - m o n y by p r o m i s i n g to p l a c o b e f o r e 111*: coroiHM-'s eyes and t h a t of tiio j u r y the " p l a n " a i d a l l o f i h ^ other p r i v a t e p.-tpors i'' t h e dead n i n n . l i e wa:i f o l lowed o.-i t h « ."tninl by A n n i i and K o c k y . ' i n s e v e n t s ii' Hie l i f e o f A t t o r n e y ( ' H V . ' i l i M r i 1 ' 1 i l o a l f w i t h ilu- 1 " s l a i i K h t e r hoiiKt- 1 " s u l l n e a r C o n n o I U v i l l e , This w:i:s i v e r y s e r i o u s in a It-.T v . i t h Oonohoe, tbi; w i i n e . s s said, a d d i n g t l n i i Doiiohoi 1 hadn'i. a n y - t h i n g t o d o w u h i t . They b r o u g h t Sum Joseph u p t o t h o d i s t r i c t n r v ' s oflxc a n d h a d h i m i)ii.:s( Ho n a m t d the men bin d i d n ' t m Donohoc. l.iitor o n t h e v s i t i ' i ' s , he saw Donoboe'.s *-neuiics i : i l k i n f f w i t h Sirn J o s e p h . T l n - n .ln.-'cph W:IK l . i r o u p h t b;u:V » w : i i n t o ( h i i o i i i o w n and i b i s t i n i i t a k e n t o the j u d g e s ' cbani- Iters. The vilness said he n r . d v r s t o o i l i ? v i - n I h M i Jose-pb d-enied t h . n Donoh o e w a - i c o n n o e l e d w i t h thai, s t i l l . T h e n Joseph w a s t a k f - n l o !ht i-itate Police 'jar racks ;,'.t New Salc-ni by Corporal IXidson. T h r e a t s w e r e nia.dn apain.st h i m b u t s t i l l h o d i d not. I m p l i c i t ! r- Dnnohoe, i b e witness c.!iarf;eJ. T h e n ( ' i i v a l r . a n l e s a i d , .lo.-.eph w a s s h a d o w M| t o s e v e r a l ofliccK h e r e . Tin* i : v 'htn in these ollices b u r n e d a I O U A time, Cl'ivnlcanto c o n t i n u e d . "1 had a t a l k with Jiledsoe on M a i n street, I asked h i m : " 'Cap, t e l l me man lo m a n , did n o t i o l i r e h a v e a n y t h i n g t o d o w i t h t h a t Joseph still''.' " I ' l l -swear a m i l l i o n t i m e i ; f i o n o h o e had no h i n s to do w i t h it." ' a v a k : r u i ! e says the f o r m e r B. 0. c a p t a i n replied. An airplane is boilt to go up. But -when s omething goes wrong, it ccmes down with a :rash oft:en damaging valuable property. PLAY SAFE! Protect yourself ftnsa«l«ny with AIRCBAFT PROPEKTT DAMAGE INSURANCE J. Donald Porter IVSUHAA'CE--3S YEARS Phone 7(18. First National Bank Bldg. Spe-!a.l to The Courier. BALTIMORE, March 1,-The , an u a l report of Prositlent Daniel V fl- Urd of tho Baltimore Ohio Kailn ad C o m p a n y , s u b m i t t e d lo sfoclthold -re today, s h o w s the revc.nue from opt -at l o u d u r i i i K 1329 wa;; ?245,tiH,776, an incroaae. of $8,600,005, or 3.6;! per c ut, over 1928. Tbo o n l y item show ng a decrease was the revotnue ti am passenptor t.raa«rorln.tifm, which .'as $22,138,027, a decreiuse of $1,573, 03, or 6.6-t per c e n t . Railway operating expense.!- tota led 1180,570,034, a R a i n of $8.019,166, or 4.65 per cent, Tbo re-t income lor the year available for dividend i and o her corporate purposes, a f t e r UJe payc ent of interesl.3, renlaJs. tascf and o her fixed chances, was $2.S,76',",9')g. ' 'his was a decrease o-f $::;«,U23. or 1.14 per c e n t , as corn p a r e d «^Lh 192J in w h i c h y e a r t h e c o m p a n y carried 20,- l(Mj,a31, t h e iargcst. m l i n c o m e i ; i t s h i s t o r y . After puying f o u r per t o u t , or $2,- H54,ri2S, on t h e p r e f e r r e d stock I lere remaine-d ^O.-lKt.aSO, «ii«.il to % J.24 per a b a r e on t h e u v e r a g c IUTIOUI t of common t-tock o u t s t a n d i n c d u r i i u the year. Q u u r t e r t y ill-/iiKMid ; ut t i n an- c u a l r a t e of six T.«T f e i v t w o r e de- c l a r e d t i n t h e common siock f o i t h e first six m o n t h s o-f tlie year, ai i ut Hie a n n u a l r a t e of seven per reri for t h e last h a l t o f t h e y e a r . The .iivi- d e n d s declared on l!n ecnnnon lock aniotinte'.l to Jl'i.lK'iT./SS, or a ( r a n d total of ·} 17,72^,:; 1.1 in dividondfi, eav- i n p a f i i i r p l u s froir- t i i o c-pcratio is of the yea;- of J l I,O-lf,,!,!)". This was $2,7S9,5'!1, or -OJti per ec-n). )css thiui the a d d i t i o n (o t h e - i u r p l u K in 1328. Tho i o u i l a c c u m u l i i t f - d s u r p l u s t t h e company at the ckse of (he year was, h o w e v e r , JI.1 (,-lfiS.7iSti. Total . ssets w e r e $ I . ! I 7 , 3 G S , G - 1 0 . The c a p i t a l of i ! i r - e ' l m p a n ) was iticri.'ii.sfd by t h i - is..ui;' and s; :e of ·ivl1.107,700 a d d i t i o n a l c u m m o n stock to s t o c k h o l d e r s a;-, i.f .Kin--* 2i), ifi29. Tbifi s;i:e n o t f m l y pT-5V;ded furuls iifces.sary for a d d i t i o n s and 1 etler- nii'iita to the property, !ut inc. eased the r a t i o of capual stick to t o t a l c a p i t a l i z a t i o n , t h e r e b y p'.acin t h e company in a bettor credit posi ion. D u r i n j i the y«ar t h e r e wae .u increase in i n v e s t m e n t in road e $15,- 2Vl3,S60, and in real eut.ite ot i i,367,'!'\~i. New e ^ u i y m e n l . was o*Qu red at a cost of $14,ri(iO,S'JO a n d old iatiip- meiu r e t i r e d in tl.e a m o u n t of · 7,108,- !J2!), r c M i H i i i R in a net inc.re ,s,e in i n v e s t m e n t in i M j n i p i n e n ' . of $7,' 31,891, i n a K - i n s the i n f r e j u i e d invoettr %nt in p r o p e r t y used in triiasjortAtit. service $2-1,813,456. The additional e o u i p . n e n t :i- quired d u r i n g the yea:' oonfisi.ed ' IinaN-y fre-isfu l o r o m o t i v f , on e l e c t r i c car t r a i l e r and .100 u n d e r f r a m e caboose c a r s b t i i l t c o m p a n y ' s shops. There wer chased If) b a p K a R e cars, 10 1 iggago and m a i l ears, lot) exp-'wi? rai t, 2,675 IKIX cars, 1,700 hopper cars ; nd 700 gondola cars, all of all ,st"e! cr nstnic- l i o n . The properly was w e l l t h e r e h a v i n g been a very tenanc,!'' program earned out during the year, as i n d i c a t e d by an ucrease in r n n l i H e n a n c e eSponr, -s ot $6 583,767, or M.26 per cent, w h e n compai 3d with 19"H. Tlie r a t i o ot operat ng expenses to opera'JnK r e v e n u e s in 1929 w a n 7J!.58 per c u n t , as conipai ed with 72.SG per c e n t in 1028. The ncrease is due to (he l i b e r a l m a i i i t e n a !t:e pro- Kruai of the year. D u r i n g the year thcrr w e r 9,038,071. passengers eH.rrie.il, a det 'ease of 1,219,925, or L I . N 9 per cr-nt fr -tn '1928. There was a decrease of ,'!.9,, r f !,8G5, or fi.L'O per c e n t , in r e v e n u e p ^seriger miles, but the averaEt rnilos ravelled by passengers increased 5.C I miles, from. 74.92 in 192H to 80.61 i 1929. Tons of r e v e n u e f r e i g h t ha .died increased by 4,KS7,.10U ions, or 4.71 per cent, to a total of I.os,(j02,i t8 tons. R e v e n u e ton miles were 2( 657,869,- OfU, an increaso of 411,669,97 , or 2.05 per cent, over ]!):;£. The t o t n l m i l e s 01' ro^d operated was 5,658; t o u t miles of a 1 tracks operated, 11,1,04. Tin equipt ,eut consisted o£ 2ji49 .steam. .!·'( ele trie and two other tonomoliw-s, or K t o t a l of. 2,"64. The pa.'isengei' cars timbered 1,732; f r e i g h t c a r s , 1 0 2 , 0 ' 2 ; tugs, barges and loatH, I T S ; wo k. equip- m e n t , :i,104. t one pvs- stee!- at the t p u r - ma! 1 main- JHrs. Ednu P. Ellis I) (ffi. Mrs. Edna P. Ellis, 39 . ears old, wife of "WiHiti.ni il. Ellis, if Uniontown, died i b i s m o i n i n g h the Uniontown Hospital. Patronize those wfii» ad 1 ertifl*. (Irlndstnno Clitld li»jnn«'»l. Ixirrtiine, UU? d a . U K h i e r of Mr. a n d Mrs. 1* v o K M u U f n of G r i n d s t o n e , who uan IHV-U HI \vith d i p l i l h e r S a for two wi'ieks, nhowa con«ilttrttl)l^ Improvement. 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