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MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1030. THE DAILY CODRTJQR, CONNELLSVTI LE. PJK. MOUNT PLEASANT I FIREMEN PAY HONORi TO DEAD MEMBERS Address of Occasion Delivered By Hev. Paul T. Stoneslfer, Chaplain. SUNDAY SCHOOLS VOTE ON PICNIC .MOC M o u n t S p e c i a l to Thi C o u r i e r . NT Pf,EASAXT. M a r c h :!. Tho 1'le-asant V o l u n t i t-r Fire Department, w i t h ·(." m o t n l x rs In attendance, h"Id its a n n u a l m e m o r i a l service at t h e First Uoformod C h u r c h Sunday evening. Kac.h o 1 .' the tire-men wore a w h i t e - c a r n a t i o n . The roll of deceased members was road by D. B. Barnhart. Iv, follow*: Albert Andrews, A b r a t n T. J,ane. Amos R. R u m b a u g h , George S. Henderson, ./. Kenneth Goldsmith, George ,1. Jarem, K d w u r d It, KosKiirt, James 10. lyayton, C u r t i s 1,. OUR, Charles i(. Hattleld BlaitH) B. C o l c l s m i t h . Krne.st W. C'o|eland, K d w a r d IS. K w u r u , Flobert II. G o o d m a n , J o h n M. Hitchman, William 11. Mil !··, J a m e s S. liraddock anti ,f. IjCe B..--p. An U\« names wore rea:l lorotiiy Crosby dropped u c a r n a t i o n a - n i s o u n d e d a gong. Tho m e m o r i a l address v-.-as delivered by Rev. Paul T. Sloneslfer, chaplain of tho department.. Prayer, a h y m n , the. benediction and Sap:; by Peter Morterella completed t h e .service. Vote o» 1'Icnlc. A vot'i was taken in th-o various Sunday v.hools ycslertlaj concoruiuK a union p i c n i c at Oakford Park. A report will be made at a meeting at lxwo and Del'rJLvU'H oilier on T h u r s day evetiinR. A "West i V n n oflicial wil-1 meet the representatives and if the rcipovt Is favorable a date will be set. Boy Grubs I'ocket1ook. Yesterday morning as t. paper was being delivered at the home of Mrs. C. A. Thomipson in Kagk street, the poper boy grabbed a pocketbook arid ran, t a k i n g w i t h him between $-''· a n d $.28. Chief of Polico Joseph W t i i t o was notified awl returned the money after K-eUiug the boy. No action was taken against the boy. Other *!ws. Mr. and Mrs. Km-erson M i l l e r of Ivast Ma:n n t r c e t a n n o u n c e the- b i r t h of a son at. the Memorial H o s p i t a l yesterday. Miss Clarice Stoner of T a r r underwent an operation at t h e Memorial Hospital S a t u r d a y . Pearl Kent of Bear Rucks u n d e r went an operation .Friday afternoon tor a ma: ; told. Her c o n d i t i o n is good. Miss Mary Tony of C;ilur:ict was admitted to tho hospital S a t u r d a y , suC- foring w i t h typhoid fever. Mif»s I ' o r o t h y Shirey, r l a t i R h t e r of Mrs. M i n i S h i r e y o[ iioar M o u n t P l e a s a n t , u n d e r w e n t , a n o p e r a t i o n a t t h e Memorial Hospital y e s i c - r d a y . Way to Get At a Cold Is Through the Bowels Ao soon HB you catch cold. :.he poreH close; perspiration is c h e c k ' d . Gases and w a s t e c a n ' t escape l.lirnigh ttu s k i n . That's w h y your doe'or'H f l r t i t advice in case of colds is a r n i l d l a x a - tive l i k e c.ascara. Medical a u t h o r i t i e s affree ii. a c t u a l l y s t r e n g t h e n s h o w c l muscles You get. ciiijcara in its most p l e a s a n t form in candy Caai K e m e m b t r t h i a w h e n y cold; w h e n e v e r b r e a t h Is !a ; coated: or y o u ' r e headachy c o n s t i p a t e d . Why resort to h a r s h e r ihlt CascaretK a c t i v a t e the binvels so q u i c k l y , so h a r m l e s s l y and p e a a a t i l l y --and cost o n l y a d l u i u Y -- - A i i v e r U s e - m e u t . Wales Advises Cameraman · u catch ·.; t o n g u e b i l i o u s . i £ H w h e n called to deal w i t h f a r m r lief and the tariff t h a t storm eloud.s appeared oil the h o r i z o n . Farm n;luf w a s t h e c h i e f lomestic. problem w h e n the A d m i n i s t r a t i o n began. At the outset, t i l l s wa ; in t h e hackgroittul, and domestic iss ies gave way temporarily t o i n t e i n a t i o n a l issues. D u r i n g t h e i n a u g u r a l ceremonies o n M a r c h -I, a l a r m i n g d i s p a t c h e r began to file i n t o the State .Department, a b u t i t a b r e w i n g revolution iu Mexi -o. Tho President acted q u i c k l y to place an embargo on arms, b a c k i n g t h » estab- l i s h e d r e g i m e against the- re\ o l u t i o n aries, who soon were d r i v e n i n t o tin; n o r t h of Mexico and the- ) ebelllon brokou. Peace was restored, ;uul relations w i t h Mexico uru osl mllslied now on a more f r i e n d l y basis t h a n iu years. U was not long before th" President carried out the. pledge in his i n a u g u r a l address to seek f u r t h e r limitation oE naval a r m a m e n t ; among the great powers. One* bold stroke followed a n o t h e r , eulnilna'.iu!' :n t h e visit here last summer :f I'cc-micr Hamsay Mat-Donald of G r e a t B r i t a i n . and the s u m m o n i n g of the co; ferencc now going on at London. Hap at Propagandists. In order to keep the r i a v u l cc n f e r - ence as tree aa possible from tho influence of propagandists, t'tu Presi- d e n t singled out *tie well k n o w n here, W i l l i a m II. Shearer, self-styled "naval expert," in a. denunciatory statement from t h e W h i t e House. This s t a t e m e n t followed re e l a t i o n by Shearer in a Now York s lit t h a t he had been paid by big s h i p b u i l d i n g represent them conference w h i t h e h a d Hoover Completes Year as President; Faces Many Problems Cnu j n u c ' l f r o m Past- oni». recommendations f r o m hlvi, siic;p;ost- i n g v a r i o u s r e f o r m s to a'.d eirforee- nu.nt. c h i ( - f l y t r a n s f e r of the Prohibit i o n Bureau f r o m t h o Trca.uiry t o t h e J u s t i c e D e p a r t m e n t and changes in. c o u r t prorcdurc. This did not. still t h e clamor, but se.-ved to a c c e n t u a t e it. t h r o w m s pro- h i b i t i o n d i r e c t l y i n t o Cons-ess apain. House w e t s , j u b i l a n t I n r e v i v a l of the issue, suc.-eeded in o p e n i n , ' h e i r i i \ K S b e f o r e tin J u d i c i a r y C o m m i t t e e , a n d w e t a n d d r y a r K u m e n t a w c r o carried t o t h e p u b l i c again. Lend* By Persuasion. P r e s i d e n t Hoover has d e m o n s t r a t e d in his first year that he d i e s not in- loud to w i e l d the "bis s l i c k " over Congress. He; chooses r a t l - e r to lead by " p e r s u a s i o n and i n d i r e c t i o n , t h r o u g h s u g g e s t i o n s here ar.d t h e r e to those, iu c h a r g e of a f f a i r s at the- Capitol. Any r e v i e w of Mr. Hoover's domes- t i c a c h i e v e m e n t s In his Hrst year n a t u r a l l y ''alls into two ports--those matters w h i c h the, President has i n i - tiated as au engineer, and t h e r e are m a n y , a n d those v e n t u r e s i n t o t h e realm of t;ie political. I n dealing w i t h social and economic problems, the P r e s i d e n t n a s i n t r o d u c e d a n e w idea i n t o g o v e r n m e n t , a K o v e r n t n c n . in tills field by commission. He- has appointed scores oE commissions to w h i c h ho has on- t r u s t e d t l i l - i p r o b l e m a n d t h a t problem. Thes'i commissions a r e to get f a c t s . All -f t h e m s t i l l iiro busy. Some of. t h e o u t s t a n d i n g commi.s- .sions arc: 1. The ":aw enl'orcoment commission w h i c h Is d e l v i n g i n t o -ill f o r m s of law v i o l i ' t k m , i n c l u d i n g p ' o h i b i t i o n violation'.;. J. A commission lo d e t e r m i n e a policy r e l a t i v e to p u b l i c l a u d s , surf a c e ' r i g h t s ot w h i c h Mr. Hoover w a n t s to t u r n back to the irate*. «. A commission to s t u d y measures for oil conservation. -1. A. commission Ui M u c i y means of a i d i n g c i l l d w e l f a r e w o r t . f. A c o m m i s s i o n to s t u d y m a n y sociological problems, .such u$ hous- i n g congestion. 0. A con '.mission to ;Hudy w a y s to r e h a b i l i t a t e b u s i n e s s . 7. A c o m m i s s i o n t-.i ir. v e s i l g a t e r o n d i t i o n s I t H a i t i and 1.0 re -onimond a. pormaiien policy t h e r e . These art but a few of. t h e m . Despite a t t a c k s by Uomocrats t h a t the commission IK m e r e l y a " b u r y i n g " ( p r o b l e m , th,' has a n n o u n c e d that he point m a n y m o r e . Brilliant Start. Til'.- H o o v e r a d m t t i i s ' i ' a ' . i o i. s w e p t j u t o office )y a n o v e r w h . ' l n i n n ma j i i r i i y - a f t e r t bii-.fr r,uny,ti{;i . s t a r u - d h.-Uiiaiit-ly. l! w a n »yt- i" ; i a f t e r L'uflKrcBs B O i n t o U s w o r k i n t h e sju- c.ii! si?^"!' 1 ! « h ! c h tiu- I ' r c s l U c n t . companies to J!27 Geneva failed. Tho President hinted in hi sla foment. that possible prosecution . m i f - r h t result, but n o t h i n g was doui about the activities of tho s h i p - b u i l d i n g companies. It was r p v o a l e i i in a Serwite- in-vosligation t h e y h.T paid Shearer, not o n l y for hi.s w. rk at ( J e n o v a b u t foi - l o b b y i n g s i i t i v i t i ^ s here. S l i i p b t i i l d i n g o f f i c i a l s n s U t o d to tho i n v e s t l g a U n K c o m r n i t t i e t h e y ha! employed Shearer merely as an "observer" at Geneva. M a r l y in his admiuistriUio i, t i n P r e s i d e n t took another step beyond n a v a l l i m i t a t i o n n e g o t i a t i o n s ooki.ig to p r e s e r v a t i o n of peace amoi ^ tho nations. ,Hc p r o m u l g a t e d the Kellogg a n t i - w a r pact, drafted d u r i n - C t h e previous a d m i n i s t r a t i o n , and t t d the world t h a t it. must mean son e t l s i n g . Kelloirp Pact. He demonstrated t h a t , ho won Id take the leadership in seeing t h a t it did mean s o m e t h i n g by I n v o ;inj; it to p r e v e n t , war between tlliln i a n d IttiHsia, b o t h signutoi-ies o f t l i - i p a c t , w h i c h wus s u c c e s s f u l . The President has sought in year in office, likewise, to p r o m o t e f r i e n d l i n e s s w i t h t h e peoples - f Latin-America, f o l l o w i n g up tin good- w i l l mission In; mtide to C e n t ) al and South America, after his elect! in. Ho h a s w i t h d r a w n more m a r i n e s f r o m Nicaragua, one oC the "sore- sp its" of i h e previous a d m i n i s t r a t i o n , a id has a n n o u n c e d his i n t e n t i o n of u l t i m a t e l y w i t h d r a w i n g all marines f r o m t h a t c o u n t r y ami from China, If c o n - l i t i o is p e r m i t . A short-lived r e v o l u t i o n in H a i t i recently caused t h e dispatch t a d d i t i o n a l marines there, but those were recalled almost i m m e d i a t e l y , and n commission appointed iy the President, with the consent o Congress, sailed from Key Wegi la:U week to s t u d y means of b r i n g i n g peace and order in t h a t t r o p i c a l island. The e n d of the year finds tin boldest of the I v resldent's i n t e r n a t i o n a l ventures, the a t t e m p t to f u r t h e i l i m i t n a v a l armaments, involved in d i f f i c u l ties, but w i t h h i m and Administra- t i o n loaders h o p e f u l that somo d-.-linitg results may come. World Court Entry. Mr. Hoover has initiated a . i o t h e r move for International cooperation, United State;; entry into the world court. He was one of tho m o v i n g spirits in the mission of E t i h u Hool, former Secretary of Stole, who worked w i t h League of Nation ; olJi- clais in. revising tlie world court s t a t u t e s to meet the Senate re- erva- tions. Upon President Hoovers i n s t r u c t i o n s the s i g n a t u r e of the I riiUvl States WHS affixed a few m o n t h i ago to the revised protocol of entry s t i l l has to weather the Senate. The r e m n a n t of tho old "in con- cilable" group w h i c h foupiit \ n i t e d When thia cameraman's platag jammed while he was taking » picture of tbe Prince of Wales, he received some helpful suggestions from tho mint photographed man in the world. The Prince then waited patiently until this cameraman got his "shot." The Prince of Wales l e f t Oupe Town, South Africa, shortly after to continue his hunting 1 trip, which \t*s interrupted liwt yesr by the serious ilinew of his f a t h e r . Prince of Wales Contracts Malarial Fever in African Jungle; Condition Is Good liy U i i i t c i l Press, X A l H O m , K K ' N Y A COUXNY, A f r i c a . March ". -Tho I ' r i n c e of Walo.-i II:LK c o n t r a c t e d inn la r i a l fever in the A f r i c a n jungle- u v d is under the care of p h y s i c i a n s ! at tiie government hou:;o here. The a t t a c k In described a.'i of the " s n b t e r t i a n " var:ely. w h i c h run.'- a cycle of h i g h fe .'ors and chilLs over a llvoe-day penod. -No immediate a l a r m is felt for the r o y a l OulU'iit, h o w e v e r , and hi; rapid recovery i-; looked :or. Tho t'ol In w i n s I m l l e t i n W:IK issued y e s t e r d a y , a f t e r l lie p r i n c e hud be'Ti b r o u g h t h e r o fro n l ' t i h u r i t i n s ha.'e at Voi. in !iis ;MX: ' i a l t r a i n : "Tho I ' r i n c o of Waies in . s u f f e r t i i K an atfac.k of s u b ' e r t l a n m a l a r i a and returned to N a i r o b i in consequence. H i s lover is f o l l o w i n g a n o r m a l course, a m i i t in a n t i c i p a t e d h e w i l l bt- q u i t e wc-ll in a few day.-'-." Th« h u r r i e d n t u n \ to NatrtVbi, w h i c h was a c c o n i . p l i s h n d with sonw secrecy, came j u s t after C a p t a i n Camirbel! I t l a c k , "beating up" game for the prince's cariiera.s and RUIUS, had sighted a groat h : r d of b u f f a l o . princo ii]«dc a h e r d , a n d took l o n g l.iiko. reached tho m a n y photoffr;nrti!i before ho was forced to ond tho Iay',s a i ' t i v i t i e s . The- p r i n c e also mado a .ih-irl. liight. in an a i r p l a n e , s i g h t i n g ganio. T.iir- hick at hi.s royal hip;,linK;s is d.'scribed as "nor. so good." lie, hasn't bag-gfrd M i s d o p h a n i , a n d n o w J o is extremo forced to su.vpend his t r i p u n t i l ht« recovorw from his fovor u t L i o K , LONDON'. M a r c h .\.--K\ nK George a n d Queen M a r y were i n f o r m e d I m - mediately o f t h i J I n o . s K o f I h n V i i n o o of Wales, w h e n news of ins f e v e r reached l x n d o n . Thi.s is !!)- f i r s t time I h o prince h a s over beeti f i - ' r i . m s l v i l l d u r i n g any one of his world-wide travels. Considerable alarm, was felt T'bon tho first. me.ssa.BOK from N^jrobi rived, Bi'nctt i hey did nov. adociuatoly his condition nor the seriousness of tho disease. Ijater reports, however, coitfinrruii? p h y s i c i a n s ' d i a R n o s i s of the disoaio as a i i ] i l d r f o r m ( m a l a r i a relieved p u b l i c ar- II States entry into the League of .Nations port lebontnrc f a r m relief p l a n , desertion was let by t h r e e of bin a r d e n t campaign-ore, Horah, B r o o k h a r t luxl Nye. Support of Democrats en- abhxJ these Western Jie;iublicuitn; to insert the delKiit. ire plan, but the lloiiEie stood by ti e President, and rejected the p l a n . Subsequently tho measure w«s pas.led. The Vwl-cral Farm Lioimt w h i c h is set up now is f i i c i n ^ its fittit. n-al cniftrgency in a wheat. B u n t l u H . The r i f t in H e p n b l k - a n ranks proved to le p e r m a n e n t - v h e n tho tariff b i l l , loaded w i l d incrci sen for i n d u s t r y as well ii« a g r i c u l l u i c, arrived at tiio StMiuU". Tho coalition of Democrats and w e s t e r n Republican!; hn« re-wrlt- teu the bill prucUwiIly. President Hoover has lieen rcprcrientwl aH in s y m p a t l i y w i t h t h e coalition in its red u c t i o n of lush i n d u s t r i a l rates. The P r o v i d e n t a l s o wa« defied by the Setmte in hi.s p'.oa for repeal of the national origins provisions n't the I m m i g r a t i o n act \v!iich cttbH down th a n n u a l entry of al:ens i n t o this country. Tho successful f i ^ h t against re- leil was led by an Administration senator, Hired of Pennsylvania. In the realm of j m r e l y political, tho I'ros'Ulent inaug'uri'.ted a move soon after lie became Chief Executive to clean ii)) tho -Republican organizations in s o u t h e r n statce, and to sive renre- eerilatiou to tho Democrats who suj)- ported him aiwl enabled him to carry four Sou the ni states. Iu t.hici he has 1-een only p a r t k U l y succfhHt'ul. liiw f i r s t year saw Virginia, one of tlu; .states lie carried, reject, a Uopublici-.n and anti-Smith coalition candidate and elect a regular Democrat for j;ove-rnor, an e v e n t t h a t WUH h a l e d by Southern !omo- crats a« u sign t h a t the Hoover inroad iolo the S o u t h ia i v i t permanent. Honionstnitos Tiicf. As a 'President, .Mr. Hoover hn« d e m o n s t r a t e d in his iinst year Iu office I T l i o l e a r n o time a Jist of those who endorsed his p a r t i c u l a r appointee. Thus extends ro-:pon«ibillty to UufSe who hove- supported t h o RICH RADIUM FIND IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA ·K, O/echo-Slovag'la, Mar»;h 3 · ·· Discovorpy of a radium rnino 1i- twe-en Joachims'thal and Karlsbad I F r e p o r t e d here. 'IVchniciaiif; oHtlin-itot Ih-o new sourco lo be more tlia.ti t h a t of Joiic'tiimsUiiil. Confluence an a b i l i t y for q u i r k and s u r p r i n i n g strokcn. Ono of t : K'se. was hi« a n - nounr.omeiit t l i u l heroaftcr j m b l i n -i w o u l d be h e l d in appeals tho i for tax r e f u n d s w l n - n the a m o u n t i n I volved exceeded $20000. The Treasury of | IKK! hiH'-n ci itici/.«l for secret hear- f nii.-uiid of : ' r e s i d e n t i n t e n d s to a p - is ready to combat U n i t e d Mates adherence to the World Court, b u t not expected to be- successful, i l o w ever, the President, probably w i l l not. s u b m i t tho re vised protocol r.o Scmnto u n t i l n e x t b-osslon. With his motive for reductioi i nu.\m armttinents, Mr. H.K)ver co ipl^l I ingn on bi;; lux r e f u n d ca^ps. I a movo for reduction of railitar; e x - I The d i f f i c u l t y the President has had pwidltiires by t h i s g o v e r u m e n l . He i w i t h live Senate has extended to In- appoint-ed several m o n t h s ago a -.-oiii-| elude a p p o i n t m e n t s . In n u m b e r s of mission of filaff ofHtorn to seek n eans ! casc^i, the most n o t a h l o beliiR the of r e t r e n c h m e n t , but n o t h i n g yc- hem n o m i n a t i o n of C h a r e s Kvuis Hughes come ot" !.hi«. | | 0 j, e chief justice, he has mot oppo- Thus far, President Hoov-er hiis ; s i t i o n f r o m t h a t body. Ho ha« not boon more successful, perhaps, I - . t h e j t a U e n H c n a t o leaders Into his confl- ' K N C K , March : : - - [ ( . 1, left S«i(.urday fur a bUBinet« Itockwood and Somerset. Hazel Heinbau.ijh, a -teacher the- local .schools visited her home Cafiselman over tho woek-om). visit, to .Mists in ul. MrtJ. John Garletts of Brooks Tunnel was among t h e shopporsj in tiwn Saturday. Mn?, Thomas 15d wards of Markk'ton wn« in town i t u r d ay visiting 1'rio.ndn. . Mi«s Nettio Trimpey, a ]rcal H i g h School s t u d e n t , vitrUed icr home at CaHelman over Sunday. Mrs. N. A. KnoUer of Ohiopyle a recent vistor in town. K. U. nrown was a week-cud visitor in Coimellavlllo. Blies Mary Nod row hae i-eturned to her work in Pitteburg- att.er a visit w i t h her inotJior, Mrfl. P. V. Ned row «nd her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Oroff. Ifun(cl, Wffn 111. C H I C A t i O , M a r c h '.',.--A nation-wido search wa-s i n s t i t u t e d last nig'ht for P o l i c e M a g i s t r a t e - .). M. Feron u£ Oak Park, who has been missing since Thursday. Ufa w i f e is s-orlouflly i l l . The police are t r a c k i n g d o w n all poss i b l e clues. Ats. Our Baby Photo Event begins tomorrow March 4th \ and will continue for 10 days I This special event is for all little boys and girls of Counellsvnie and vicinity . . , up to 12 years of age. A Finely Finished Photograph for Only W E want J.,000 Kiddie Customers who will grow up to bo friond* of Nelson's Store. Children must be accompanied by parents or guardian and m u s t ha.vc a ticket that is obtainable in infants' department, second floor. Owing to the popularity of this event, those are sure 'o be busy days for our photographer; therefore we are asking our patrons to come early for t h e i r s i t t i n g s and save disappointments. ELS Everybody's Store 121 N. Pittsburgh St You can depen j on advertised products Advertising is the most powerful searchlight known to business. It focuses the aittention of a community or a continent on a particular product. It gives that product the advantages of a widesspread test by the buying public. But it cannot persuade that public to buy any article it has tested and found wan :ing. Manufacturers and merchants know this. They know also that advertising an unworthy product does only one thing: it bringj magnified attention to its deficiencies. Therefore, before they undertake extensive or consistent advertising, they make sure that their product is right. Consistent advertising is your best assurance of value and worth. It is fair evidence that the advertiser is offering a good product which has been thoroughly tested and approved. The advertisements in this newspaper have been passed by the highest authority-The buying public. ITioy brin.g results. We Preservers 'arm i H i l y lato. l u e n t t i . f o r e i g n field than ho Una in th. do-1 de-net mwitlc political field, I l l s wit.li Cougivert started w h e n Ms relief p r o g r a m , w h i c h went ( h r o t i g l i l ho Hou:-n, «of to t h e tM It If I In RennbllrHiis. 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