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ast dition rice Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best A dvertising Medium in the Yough Region. VOL. 12 ·rut- V» r o k l r ( ottrlrr, Koundert J u l r 17. 1«7P. The K a i l } iuirli»r, Foundrd f o v r n i b r r 1O, IOO2. J u l y IS, IU39, CONNELLSVILUS, PA., M O N D A Y PTVTSN ~NG, MARCH 3, 1030. TWELVE PAGES. HOOVER COMPLETE: SPORTSMEN RALLY TUESDAY EVENING AT HIGH SCHOOL HAS MANY PROBLEMS P r o h i b i t i o n H I M ! T a r i f f n t Honuvj \ ! i n l ' v r m u n i e n l Abroad R o a c h C r i s i s as T w e l v e m o n t h Clones. S T K K M O T S V K A H L K A V I - ; S r U IMM S K ' A L L V F I T HAS INITIATED MANY PROJECTS ^ l ;-;^ l I;";;;;;: tu r nt .i n . -s ' \ V \ S I I I . \ C T O . 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BOY SCOUTS ARE GUESTS The H i f j h School A u d i t o r i u m is ex- prt-tec to be filled lo c a p a c i t y t o m o r row » v o n l n | i f o r a n e n t e r t a i i u n e n t , spons-iVrxl by the Connellbviile ''hap- to r of t h e Kayette C o u n t Kisli it tiarne Protective Association There w i l l be five reels of motion p i c t u r e s on wild l i f e a.f w.dl as \ \\\k o n v a r i o u s phases o f t h o ^real f u i l doors There w i l l b e m u s i c a l e n t e r l a m - m e n l . i n c l u d i n g i n i U r u n i e n t i i l heb'o- non.s by t h e M o t h f K l i s l I'rolr.stiint S u n d s i y School O r c h f ^ t r a . lipijinniim at 7 '5 o'cloi'K The p r o ^ r a n i , h o v v - c v e r , s t a r t s p r o m p t l y at S o'clock A d m i s s i o n w i l l hi- b v m e m b e r s h i p cards and Iho.sf who do not ha-.v a f i y can p r o c u r e t h e m from sportsmen who A-ill be foi-atod ,u t h i ; I h p h .School Bov S c o u t s i f t h o c i t y w i l l be K t i j s t ' 3 . The b a l c o n y h a s been re- ierve! f o r t h e m . T h e Iroops w i l l m a r t I in a bod m i o the b u i l d n m . Tin speakers w i l l t)4 Her W r i g h t , Traucrer. d i v i s i o n snp- O T i n t r n d o n ! ot Riime p r o t e r t o r i - . .1 C. B o a t t v . r n i o n i o w n , - ' i . i n t y tiro vv arden. I h n o l d 1 C a r r o l l , D u n ha r d e n i of F a y e l t e C o u n t y n=Ui i P i o t o i - l u p A s H o e i H t K i n ,ui! cl of Ka.no r e f u s e c o n i m i t t o o H o l e r ! ( i H r v s o n . - C h a l k H i l l , l o u n i . R.ime p r o t e c t o r a m i ch,iirm::n o f co i n t v - p o r t h i n c u v e n n i n L t n t r o l c o m m i t t e e M r - S I. H o « - h o r , f o r m e r ConnellsvVle Division Of B. (X Leads Eastern Lines in Safety Record C o n i i o l l s v i i l c D i v i s t m led ern l a n e s o f t h e F ) i j l l i m o r c l l a i l r o a d ( l o m p a n v in t h e n.-d l o s t - t i m e a c c i d e n t - in 192!) preceding year and tho ro b e officially r e o o f ; n i m d l o n i f K i i p e r i n l e n d e n t J . I ) . Helix, the r e c i p i e n t oi a p r e s i d e n t ! at a d i n n e r at the Chi sapeak B a l t i m o r e , Md., w h i c h ib K\M m a n a K e m e n i of t l i e c o m p a n ) The local d i v i s i o n had a of HO per c e n l in l o t ' t - t i m e i n 19^'J from t h e n u m b e r There wore K! l o ^ t - t l m e accii c l u d i n p : t w o f a t a l ones, in 1!) the previous- y o a t m irK »lu m i s h a p s 'to Kast- ,?· Ohio ictioi of roffl the ird w i l l *it when will bo 1 award C l u b at i by the 1 . e d u c t i o n c c l r i e n t s n Ifl'JS. p n t s , i n - f , w h i l e wed '2S The B a l t i m o r e Ohio reduced its pactialty rate t h r o u g l i o u t tho D,500 w h i c h il operates, ')fl.7 per cent tho 192!l as compared with the pre-vlous year. C h i t t i n g t h e c a h n a l t y raio i n h a l f d u r i n g a 1--month period IH considered r e m a r k a b l e by railroad mr,n anil is the result of :i d r i v e conducted by the o p e r a t i n n officials, i n c h i d ' n p c Ren- eral managers, general s n p ( j n n t P n ' l - onts, d i v i s i o n , t e r n i i u a l a n d shop superintendent.'!. W i n n e r s in I he- i-onteit are J. P. Kane, s u p e r i n t e n d e n t , bolt a n d forgo shopii, C u m b e r l a n d , Md , who^e iTieu showed 10D per e.enl de-crease, in n c C o n t l n u e c t on Tage Six. prosi G a m e L'N'IO.VTOWX M u c h .'! I m h t p h o t o g r a p h o l t h o l ' i T h m n and Ta 1 . i 1 -. la ;en i n r i d o i ' o f t h e l o u r i ' m i i · I h i i o i t t h e p l i o t o j r a p h " ' , '·(·pro nt a i ' i t U , h u i K p a p e r , ' f i n o . w ,ih u n a b l e tu pay be \ s a ( j a i l . ( ! ( o r c o I . 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Is | - - a i d t l i e v h.id iirra meil lor the t r i a l t o a i i u i t t t d .iu! a l p.ud tin-v- ' ,,| .Shs S i h r o e i k i : nd l i e r s w e o t h e a i l - ' a u i o k l i o m toda.. It is bolievel tlu-y \ r r t « ' l t r i i l i r n k t 11. \v i ! be H i e d s e j i a i i t e l \ i : u o i i l ' l a l U . t I . ' K V , I , V O I , v v a a i l H:' 1 ;;: 1 ;;;,;;:'!-^:^^',,;:,,, 1 '';:!;'''^ j AP STEAMER SINKS, b t u K o n \ - i ' ' b i i I K w a v a p a t ' i - i n ' 32 OF CREW MISSING DR. GRAHAM SPEAKS TO WOMEN'S CLUB AT VANDERBILT I t o v I ) t i) U ( J r a h a m . p.uitor of the I' 1 rs'i M e t h o d i s t K p i s c o p . i l C h i i f h o f ( h i i d ! . w a s t h e p r n i i i p a l s p e . i k - er at an open meet in.' uf ' h e Sa'. r- day \ f l e r n o o n C l u b nf V a i u l o r i n l i | held t a t u relay a l l e r n o o n i ; i I ' 1 1 A m e i l l a n l . c m o n rooms o f Va n d e r b i l t ChooMriK a s h i s s u b j e c t , " W h a t M a k e Me \ \ h a l I Am''" Ur ( i r a b a m ,.:av,- a t i n e t a l k Ho comin.Midod i h e i i i l i v v o t n e i on the spl ( .nr|i,| \so,-U the-' a:"' doiilt; in the comity and --'.ale. T h e r e m a i n d e r o f t h e p r o ^ i u n - . f i t w h i c h Mrs ( i f!. I t o b ^ r ' q w a s l o i d i r , w a s j'S f o l l o w . - : P i a n o o l o , M i s h N"*-!lie S n y d e r , v K ' . i l s ^ l o - n o n b y I q u a r t . - I composed of M a r v K l e a n o i I M i c k r v , J a n e ( ) , ; h v e f , .M,ir\ fee-,, n i antl .Mary l O s t h t - r B l a c k , arconipaniol j by W I S H H n j d o r , s h r o e \or.il solos, M U s Uden tirev of C o n n o l N v i l k 1 , ai i conipt.ni«;d by Mix, Snydi.-i I There w a s a b r i e l b u s i n e - , , s ' f ^ ' o n p r e s i d e d over b v the p i e : i r l . ' i i 1 . SIrrt. I I I! l i a r n e r l . u i r c h wa .--o-rvod at the i lose ot l l ' o p r o g r a m . M e m b e r s of i h e J u n i o r A u x i l i a r y l o t h e S a t u - l a v A f l e n . o o n C l u b \ v e r e miestt,. 'I 'jo n e x t i n o c l i i i K o f Die c l u b w j l l be "lold S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n . A p r i l ,", al -which t i m e i prop"am on " C h i l d W p h a r i - , " w i l l 1).' carried o u t Mrs Krcd.i Mooru \\ i l l be i h o hofteB.s DAWSON JUNIORS PUT ON CAMPAIGN FOR NEW MEMBERS A i i i e i n b f r s h l p i-ampaign ha^ l)u*?n i n s t t t i ted by Uaw.son C o u n c i l No. 75, i J u n i o r Order of l.'nitod American I Mechanics. I t s closiru; on A p r i l 22 w i l l IKJ marked bj thf* p r e s e n t a t i o n of pri'.c-i to the inemtbors who six-ur- t h e larg»Kt n u m b e r of onrollnie-nls. A f x i u n l u i n pen w i l l b-e awarded lo the person who o h U i i n s tho groalest n u n i l M - of member* whil-p- a sold poi'kei k n i f o j;oet, f o t h e i n d i v i d u a l w h o rink.s second and a pt)r.-M w i l l lie g i v e n t o t h e person l i n i b h n i f i t h i r d i n (|IF d r i v e . K/aoh member who swuroo al iea-,t one w i l l b^ pr^wetitofl w i t h a lapel lodgi-^ p i n . I l w a s gaul t h a t in evi l i t of ti*"* for I b p l i r f i t three places the ii w a r d s w i l l be d u p l i c a t e d . i lo I l r - v c i - s \ r r « * s | i ( | . 1 1 U L I " . N. k ' I H ' I t i i M i . i '« t ' u . ' . ' i n (i . I f : ' n i M n · , i! \ i ' - \v i In i,',;v . i 1 . . ' v i , - ! i V ! · · , · I ' ' I - d '- 1 . ' H i !V ," ' " "' ^ ' ' ' I'a, rt 1 H \ I I .1 I I ' , i v MO. M a ' . a 'I h e . l a , ) . , ! ] -o · i ~ | T 1 ' l ' ' l l k l ! i ' l \ . 1 1 1 i f i l l .|o\\ i| o f t \ ' i 111 i i i o ' i \ . i'.I .' i i i 111 I n i- - of | J e M ' * M .'! » 111 I--r f '! V SUPREME COURT | WILL REVIEW LIQUOR CASE \ V A i - H l N C . T O X , W a r t h :', - The S u p r i HIV C'ourt today decided to c«n- . sider .in appeal by t h h Taplin-owaed ' i ' l t t e b u r s i it- \Vi6t V i r g i n i a f t a i l w a v , i | rtttiuk ii{; an I i U i ' i i - i l n t o t'omtn*«rc-i; i Com in ssion order . i i i t h o r i x i i i K tin.'| W h e e l nu A; L u k e Krio Ui a b u n t l o n itti O u i i i r i i s t i e » - i pus-Hunger station i n Cl.-vi-latiil and to o b t a i n facilities in 'io u.'.v i i ' i ' i i n s t a t i o n i b e n A t l ree-.Miil;ro i e d o r a l l u u r l u j i h o l d t h e i o n u n i - i o n V o i d e i Tho t a^e was o i ' d o i e l a d v l i n e d f o r ,11't llllient t o , A P i l l il i . T. Fans Will Go To Pitt Stadium By Special Train A -noci.il t r a i l \v' 1 be iperated n v r r i h e 1 ' l t t . v b i ' ' : ^ l « k I- Us Riil- rodd Thurt.ii.iy n i . ' h t o trail! )ort t o i l o v v i r , of I h o I n n . b a r T )wn.s ip H i g h Ki In (^ busk, ( b i l l t i i rn lo HI Sta- 1,1111)!. I ' i t t s l w n - g I D se ^ i h o c 1 a m p i o n s H i . K^. tion I ' l l a c t i o n uK.ii -vt Mon · ness-en, whipf-r.i i n Fo-ction , in t h o \S" I ' 1. A, !-eat lit- e l i i n t n a t i o ' t o u r n a - m e n l . T i n , was tho an noil ici men at noon today oi Kup-er i i u - n d i nt H. .. S m i t h ot llu t o w n i - h l p ' C h o ) l dislr t:t a f t e r a. h e a r t y r e a p o n s i i n n i f a u n -m save a l l a - s u r a n c i « c f at li lu-l U ' n m a k i i m i h e p i l p r i m a u o i u f i t sburg lja:;i year the U t i n h a i iteti /ere ac- l o m p u n i c d bv a b o u t ',50 f a n to I ' i l t S t a d i u m in i t ( e n c o u . H t r w t li Bellev uo a n d it li hoped ( h a t ,i mil' h l a r g e r UeloKiitiou w 11 I n k t o I ' i t t h b i r p w i t h I h o r i u m t o - t T l i u r s i i K i v n i ^ h t . Complete p; r t l c n l . i r i - jib nit the t n k e t s , t h e i r p r n e a n d t h e t i m o o i t r a i n d e p a r t u r e w i l l "e m a d k n o w n iu The C ' j l i r i e i t o m o r r o w . MRS. ELLA C. ADAMS WILL NOT RUN AG UN FOR REPRESEN14TIVE C N I O N T O W . N , Man h '.', ! rs. K l l a C Atlani.s, for Iii4* p: st Ivvo lerm.s a m e m l K ^ r o f t h e S l a t e A.wm l j from I h i : SiMoud Fa j t 11- r o i i n t v di.s.trio.1, w i l l not ie a c a n d i d a t e for r- n o m i n a - tion at lh» R e p u b l i c i n p r i n aries in M a v , s h e m a i l n k n i t w i i S u n d a i n i K h t . i n v o l u n t a r i l v r o t u n r ; f i u n thfl 1 / o p i . s l a t u r e , Mrs \ d a ' i u .said site wa:-, i n f l u e n c e d in a largiv m o a K i n · by t h e f a c t , l h a t Jacob I!. Adam.;,, or hus- b a n d , some tiini* ago bad acci pled tho omerfiencv app j ' l i t m - e n l a-- Fay-otto c o i i u t v d i s t r i c t a t t o r n e y a n d e l t t h a t lv. r o members, of the .'amo f a m i l y s h o u l d not hoM pirblic offie. MARCH LION LITTLE LATE ARRIVING; CO VIES WITH FURIOUS A'TACK A March s n o w s t o r m grit; ,eri th-e region y e s l e r d a and tho c Id wave extended i n t o t o d a y w i l l i flu ries oc- c u r r i n g n t i n t e r v a l s i n the- I irsnoon. Th» m e r c u r y droprxr) 10 a 1 iw p o i n l a.l 1- dpRroe'i last n i c h l and a he.avy wind ma.r!'-' I h r r h i l l ' i i r s s v ry pro- Tin u n i ed. Tho Ifl-inp^ rat l i r e vas r i d i n g slowly down t o d a j h a v i n ? reached IS dogicus5 bv noon A l t h o u g h lughway.5 Tor t 10 most part, vvero i lear sonn 1 hoav v drifts occurred in p! ic^ti a n d plo / crews wero kept b u s y t h r o u f h o u t ot -ly S u n day morning a n d all du yes erday. t f l o p h o i i e order to a P h i l a d e l p h i a j Tho fHKo p r o b a b l y w i l l bo, ( before. UK- hs^h cour' in tho noxf tew ; month*, and may bo decide/d betore the c o u r t V . t e r m ends in .Inne Taft Holds Own As Inaupration Anniversary Nears By U n i t e d I'rj.ss. WASHINGTON, M a r c h ;! - W i l l i a m Howard Tafl spent a very restful night., attendants at tho omo reported today. 11^ »lept undisturbed w i t h o u t onc« needing the attention of his mirno. His c o n d i t i o n WHS belic-vcd a'xmt tho same Tho loniNT Chiof fustice c l u n g tenaciously to Hfo as 10 neared t h e anniversary of tho h i g h poinst of his brilliant rumreor, bi« in iu#unation .it the 27tii President of th Unito-d K-taLes on March 4, 100!. Tho former C h i e f Ji.9tic« :pont a ret-.lfut n i R h f , hhi physician* announced today. "A few days ago hifc condition improved 6lu h t l y « n d u n - lehs some Midden c h a n t o occurs, duo to artorio fwlerofiis, h i t e r m of l i f e for tho pr-ese-nt ib uidot Tnnnale," the b u l l e t i n baul. Th cl-oar, fool dr y contracted sharply w i t h tho b i t l n p tlustr of t h e March blizzard which escorted Mr. Taft into tho office of C'hiof Kxwu- tive 21 years ago. And f u r t h e r contrast was found hi tho weak and helpless i-ondition of the dyins man today as e impared w i t h th-e h a l o hoallh .IK ho t o - k tho oath of o(li« o on t h a t nate. Mr T a f t relnpts^d 11 to pomi-con- o.s.:; la.--t n i g h ! a id barely ro'- ot;ni/. d his physician*- whon they m a d e t h o i r ovoninc; call Ho was mi- a h l l o fcpeak at. t l i . i t t i »?. A l t h o i m h the- former Cliiof J u s t i c e ha.s h o w n remarka-blo- slaitnna b i n e o his r e t u r n f r o m Aslwiile, N ('.. four wp^k r aco, in ;i lif«lpl«\s. 1 c o n d i t i o n , h i h p h y - i r i a n s M i l l hold n hope for his l i f e Hus eneouraKUX-; a l l y S a t u r d a y was ] r o n o n n f d o n l y temporary a n d t n d . i v ho, Mvnuvl i n a l o u t tho samo f o n d i t i o n ' a.i thvo-o day apo when hit death war r x p e e t o d m o r i o r i t a n l y . THOMPSON GIVEN UNTIL JULY 7 TO CLOSE DEAL I n d u s t r i a l and Business Depression Retards Prourress, Jinltre Davrson Told. OPPONENTS SCOUT STORY WRECKAGE OF AIR LINER BELIEVED FOUND IN HILLS B.\ U n i t e d Vreax, SA.N B K R . N A R D I N O , Cal.. March '! A pohs'e of men from t h e sheriff's u f fu e was e n r o u t e to an isolatd ',ui- yon in tho Kan B o r n a r d i n o no in( a m s t o d a y , l o n f i d e n t t h a t ' h e i r t r i p w i l l lead t h e m io iho wreckage of the m i s s i n g \ V o s t . r n A i r l O x p i ' o - i l i n e r m a i i n o d by throi.- a i r m e n i I,OS A N O I C U C S , M a r c h ", - - The Wetorn Air l^xproKii l i n e r , ini.-,.-,iJi2: ,-inco I'ebru.iry Ui wa.-j bcljoved loc a t e d iu n hinatdKKl condition t o d a y al a p o i n t :i() miles n o r t h vf Lake A r row head i n ( h o Sian IJernardiiio m o u n - tiiin.s. T h e roporl w.ih ,-olayed here t h i o u j r h t h e b h c r i f f ' s office, by ,t. T. i Mitrbflr, a r a n c h e r , who h«tid ho rot | j w i t h i n a m i l e of t h e wre kage and | saw no siRii of life- t h r o u g h p o w o r t u l ] Held fjlasses. ' Thro- men were aboard t l i e i 2 - | pawsenger K o k k e r ihree-niotorrd craft when it l o o k off f r o m K l n g m a t i , Ar z., e n r o u t e to I-.OK Angeles TWO CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH, MOTHER IS BELIEVED NEAR END 1'r its. U M ' K K I K M ) , \S - . Va T w o c h i l d r e n w e r e bu anl f i v i - o f t h e i r broilu IcapeU to t^af ty I r o m w i n d o w , tho-ir m o t h e r m .Milt i f b u r n s a n d ( h o i r i l i f t h t l y b u r n e d !oUi\ rtUrted as Mr- . Ha/.ol i J o (-.tarL a litiro u i l b s t r o y i t h e l l y | i v hor do.i'i are K l i / a b o t h , t l i hrotlH'r, I J i K l d y . MH'.MI ' li.. T. l l v pos. ;n. t h e Mrs 1 1 |» i I r o m the ho h e r in ( l i e --uou, to » b u r n i n g clotliM-. l i e wa.' ho i r i e d (o re-enter I rci-euo l!a/,ol and Budd sai.i t i n d i - i not i b i n w o u l d live. was fire M a r c h l i - ned to dentil rs and c i s l ' i 1 niiond floor iv d i o as a re- · f a t h e r w hen \ pos ;{2, kerosene to- hero. c'o and a o n t h s a ( h e r , c n r r k d i-o anil roll'ii i t i n m i i h i i t h e "burned w h e n hn hour,o to I'li.vsician.'i c Mrs. Hypes BELL IN FOUR BILLION DOLLAR CLASS NOW The Weather MOW V O I I K , M a r c h :!.-- The Roll 'I'ele-phono Sy.-iem roat-hed the H.'KH'i- UOU.OOU i laas t o d a y . Ii assets as ol December .'»!, 1929, ivere ? 1,228,i:j(),f;SS as c-ompared vvi-th |:j,S2(5,G:l,SS) ill Iho end of 1!I2S. mo.k- itiK thi.s iho f i r s t time in A m e r i c a n l i i i u n c i a l history that ajiy c o m p a n y has touched the $4,000,800,000 nuu-k in assets. The IJell as.scls were sot f o r t h 111 the a n n u a l report ot the American Telo- g r a p h Company, issued today. American tolephou-os ?ot a now record in earnings in 1929 with not income ol $]iiti.l8!l,757.72 against 1143,- ]70,4fll.«3 in l'J2S. VISIT OF AERO CLUB CANCELLED The tour twMiibp-rM of I h o I ' i t ' B b u r g Aero C l u b , w h i c h wan lo have. Included C o n n e l l f - v i l l e yesterday a f t e r noon, did not materi.Ub.e when Ihe, now H t o r m made, travel by automobile, somewhat d a n g c r o u u . K o n n o l h A. Reid, c h a i r m a n of the reception (ominitter: h-ore, r*:-e-iverl it telegram chilling off the vieil. The Louriste got aia far ah Greeiwsburg and turned back to Pittsburg froui t h e r e . COOLIDGE WILL DEDICATE DAM W. C. PERCY SPEAKS AT TRAVELED RALLY W i l l i a m C Percy of Poplar d r o v e , K r a n d p a e of 1'onnsy v a n i a , t ' n i U ' d Commercial T r a v e l o r H wa.-s Ihe p r i n c i p a l s p e a k e r Satu -day »veniiu; ul a t r l - s t a L o r a l l y day of t h e I'. C. T. at tho [''airmoni H o t e l , F a i r m o n t , Vi'. Va. r l"hc m e e t i n t ; w . i s c o n d u c t o d t h r o u g h o u t t h e a l t o r n o o i a s w e l l . M;-. F'erey represenlcd P e n n s y l v a n i a at thi.H meetiiiR. A i r . PeT"v was act i m p a n i i d oy Kamuol H e l l e r - : , \ V a l t c j r Moorman a n d John I'orcy. GOODWILL AIR TOUR WILL BEGIN MEMORIAL DAY PITTS BURG, March moth air t o u r , the first Pennsylvania if. beiiiR the Aero C l u b oi Pitt.'- I'hilad-erpliia Aero Club Day to continue u n t i l .1 bo k n o w n as t h e Penm- \ v l l l 4 i r t o u r . A i r p l a i uoarly a m i l l i o n dollar, by iilotji of n a t i o n a l r lake part. The l o u r w i l l s t a r t at proceed oast t h r o u g h n sylvaii(;j. T i i r n i n c ; a l I v v i l i f o l l o w a wc-bU-rn the s o u t h e r n section of ins here. ,I lino S. Mr-K' town a n d Uniontovui a n :i.--A main- of UK kind in sponsored by b u r g and Iho for Moniori.il 1110 S. I I w i l l y l v a n l u (rood- es valued at and maiHK'd !)u(i'.ti«u w i l l P i t U b u r p a.nd ) r t hf r n I *u n h i l a i l o l p h i a i t uirso t h r o u c h h-e Stul-e- end'- cloudy, w i t h l e u i p e r a t u i x t o a i K h l und ' prib;ijUly oiiovv flurri -h is t weather ton-cast for \ \ e h l o l sylvtmia. Temperature Record. i»ao .Ma \ i m u m .'-I M i n i m u m 1- M e a n .. -.i noon l j enn- Ky C n i t i i d ] J reba. 1 I,OH A - N t J K I j K S , March .'!.--Calvin! tiesdav i alu ' ^ r t i - ''""litlK'' v v e r e due hiii-k in I ' Los A n j j f l i s today b u l they p l a n n t d j (o r e m a i n o n l y b e t w e e n i r a i n y . They t are o n r o u t o to C,lobe, Ariz., where Mr. . Coolidjfe is to d e d i c a t e Ihe now Cool- j Rise dam t n t h e CMla liiver. ' T h e c o u n ' e s p e n t s e v e r a l da.vs o n t h e W i l l i a m l i I I j r t r a n c h n e a r ,San I . u i s Ohl'-V''. I'roni ( H o b o t h e v e\p r i l o d t o : - l ^ r i loi I h c i l home a t i .NurlUa-Ui-iJtan, ilaoi. Individual Repcrt System for Police Worked Oui by Wall C h i e f ot I ' o l u o J o h n C W a l l has i i i H l i t u l e d an n t d i v i d l l . i report -y* loin lor iueinlj'i-s if tin Coiiiiellnv. i l l » pilici. tor e. Ah -ach o f l i t e i o m p l i t " s h i s v m h i hour ^ h i t t h o t i l l s o u t , blank w h i c h i oven, t i n «li i . i i l . i o all d u t i e v i i t ' i H l e i t ' d Lini! ' b i t - is I Iel v v i l h tin; t h i . - f . The new '.-ivi-torn hc line e l l u t l i r o t o d a v . P p c e i a l to The Coorle 1 ". OWK, March :j. -- J. V, Th-oin.p-son. dofnnei m i l l i o n a i r e - , today ·wa/ g r a n t c ^ l an oxlension tr J u l y 7, IO.TO, to o j i p c a r betore court lo .vttlo his accounts in Uir Vivsmoro or'ate of w h i c j i ho was n trui-tee, .Inripe ,| \v. navv.'-on of t h e O r p h a n s CVjurt h a n d e d down I h o r u l u i i ? a f t e r connive! for Thomipr-ori a i n l h - M-PS--more f - s i a t e h a d made p l e a ' A t t o r n e y w. C. M c K e a n , counsel for Thompfr-on. ,in;ain c - l a i m e d l h : i t Tliom)) '-on w i l l he, able- to pay his debt to th- Mo--'-miro», if i oal deals could b^ c/in siimma-tod. A t t o r n e y J T o r a t i o S. U n m b n u W , in .iddrokS.siug (h^- o u r t lo !-onv- an o-x- ten.sion, r i d i c u l e d the coal als a n d conlonded t h a t iho court nm^t sustain i l l dip-nily by not .illowm;? Thompson a n o t h e r o v t f u s i o n . D i i m h a u h i queried · "If there- a law tor a dofanJIcr i n lars;e amount,, and another law for .-·.m l i t e r i l o f a n l l e r ' " ' A l t o m e y M-Kcan in :Kklrp".sdnR lh"- court for an Px-t^iit ion of ,ii\ montlis for .1. V. Thompson p a i d " I t is w i t h a pro.it ik\-il of j-epret t h o i wo are forced In ;UIIIOUIK:«'- (Jiat we have not accomplished 1 ho coui- plu-t:-on of the- cojl H a l o w h i c h inoam- M3 m u c h in t h i « o^\s'. I arn riure '··veryone intcrostod in fjout bwostf-m I ' e t n i f - y l v a n i a ontertain 1 - i - m i i l a r rc- ,Tret. A D u m b e r of couset havo b r o u p h l a!v)»( our i n a b i l i l v to comp l e t e J h o deal Somn of tho-o causOH are. beyond our control. The n n f o i - t u n a t a business dopression which is apparent t h r o u g h o u t America tori ay in o n of the- chiof u n d ^ r l y i n p , I-IIIIFI-S. f t ho; t u r n r n l the romijiorliiy m whioh. \\-e- arc interested--coal--from a sell e r s m a r k e t to a buy-er's m a r k e t . Mr. Thompson was h u r t jmmeaeuixsably «-bon ho w.T! taken f r o m a t r a i n and b r o u g h t b a r k ui U n i o n t o w n at the i e r y t i m e la.st .November w h e n hxs. was on hiri way to comple-to th-e talo which w o u l d have pup-phod h i m w i t h lunii to meet IUK payments, demanded of h i m The news of t h e arrist wa - broa«ic.ii5i in the newypripcTK. It coached ihe- e.-irs of thoKC w i t h whom u e wore dealing-. ' There aro perbonn who hav S-HK! t h a t i f t h e y knew t h o parties w i t h ·v horn Mr Thompson wfl« d e a l i n g , t h e y would do -v«»ryfhing- tn then- power to stop it. That is the reason w h y we do not caro to m e n t i o n in t h o i o conns and for tho benefit of tha n o i w ^ p a p c r . ' friends and onenuoH, t h e named of thono w h o m wo aro dealing a.s mention of w h i c h would bo f a t a ! to our cause, The. sky wenus lo bo breaking. however. I atn very credibly infornuHl t h a t ;,, largo coal tval- is about to bo consum'iHitetl in \Vcht V i r R i n i a adjoining U i O A c r y f i e l d now controlled by Mr. Thompson, i inis;ht point out this- to the/ court. I'vo tnKcn the time and trouble to look it up. Minor* tho begin n in;; of the coal era in Uiiu flection of the country J.'!5,OOD acres of coal have lieen foM in Ore-one, county. Of ( h i - a m o u n t J. V, TbompHon has sold Jolt.ono ;icri^. This cortainly d o m o n p t r a U ' i l his a b i l i t y to m a k e large .s«lo«, "f stand here, a n d m i g h t say repn- s e n t i n K h u n d r e d s a n d perhaps I h o n Bands ot persons owmncr coal l a n d s i n S i m t h w o s i o r n Pennsylviinid ;ind \\V-=I Virginia, who art? auxioiu fo'- jue-t such a naic. Many of t h o n i ;,ro t o i l i n g at labor to pay t h o lare-ri and n i t i ' i - " s t on their investments. I ( h e r e any other man in the c o u n t r y who has a record for selling coa! j n s l us has Mr. Thompson an:l who a n d e l i v e r tho goods? Ii i.i pretty j.ood to iiidg-e the f u t u r e by t h e man. Mi- Thompson now lias under option coal winch if sold w i J l p r o v i d e ior =ufli- lent monev to pay off all of t h o u o who an- d e m a n d i n g I heir money here " A t t o r n e y U u r n b a u l d , counsel for Hie Messmoro estate, rnado ;v ;la; hiiv; at- liifk on the roquopt of tlie i-xu i ,ion. "I have listened wit.li i n t e r e n ' and fsurpriso to a rehearsal of t h e coal ,salr\s by Mr Thompson i i ( I r e o n o connty. I t r r m i n d o d m o C i ; l i tiv v e r v tnonrv w» a r e now t.ryi.m to j:»-i eanio o u t of Olio of I h o ^ o ro.).| .,.!!(.. In K l i n . Hr.M, wo \M r- m«| w i t h (!)'-, p r o p o s i l i ' i i i ( h a t i l v s a ; n t - . i i r ro.il Then a f t e r t w o .ludgo . , h , r,rph;ni- '·nuri a n d t h n Ponn , v l v ,'nia jnproiii^ C o u r t , had decided t h a i it i v j - . , .j,-« becaine i n v o l v e d i n i o i K i g a i i n n u p 'o th-e present time f r y i n g t o colled t l - o monev \\"hen i h o i - T u t i s o l t i l l . , d about s u n s h i n e b r e a k i n g t h r o i i g h , I cannot h e l p but b e l i e v e it i.s OH- n i o o n s h i n o winch is t a l k i n g . \o p i - r - ·sonal ulhii-tious i n l o i n l o | ) . " UI 111IIfed l . I l i M l ; A i d o l r i h o c k i t t o f H i g h l a n d I M n t i r w . - i , a d m i t t r d l o t i n C o m i c ! ) ' · \ i l J e bldi'. H o t p i l d l liu; I DeRIVERA'S SON WOUNDED IN DUEL P A M P L O N A , Spam. M a i ' - h '.', . i Mi? lie! Prin.o Ue R i v e r a , iiot blooded | son of t h e l o n n e r d i c t r u o i ot t'paiu, l l u u ;ht a d u e l w i t h sv.ords at-ain. I · A r t i l l e r y C o n n i i a n i l a n ! \ n t o n i o He^ · a i h today, i n w h i c h b o t h uv-u v.^ie '\ ho \ \ o u n r l , \ \ r r ' , m d bodi M o | - e n i u "h.oaoi v, a^ ^

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