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PAGK SUV ..'HJHi DALbY COUK1KR, CONNELl SVILLE, PA. MONDAY, MARCH K. 1030. P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N *+ In«iict 11-Year-Old ( ' · l o n n H«-nry. non of Mr. and M r s . ·). ('. H e n r y of Kast C r a w f o r d avenue* and K m i i k l l a y c u i r x t , bin schoolmate, np-siit. the weeK-fMi-1 here, r e t u r n i n g l a s t e v e n i n g to Went Virginia Univer- s i t y at Morganlown. W. Va. Kor sale, at C l e n n A, Cad-wallatier's t-'-toroK at South Connellyvillo and P o p l a r drove, i n i r c Somerset County JMap.'o S y r u p at $ l . f f jer gallon.--Ad- v.-rtisornotit. L'sfcb-St. .Mr. a i u l Mrt=. Ray Y. H e n r y of nuf|tic:sri«- * p e n t S u n d a y w i t h M r . l-fonry's p a r e n t s . Joseph N o b i l c . son of Mr. ari) Miifi. Fronk NoWle. of 1224 South K l e v e n t h street l e f t y-e«;torday for Chicago where he w i l l f i l t e r Cyclone ('otloRO, an e-loet.rieul netiool. Mr. and Mr!-. 1C. O. Arteon and d a u g h t e r , J e a n A n n . of Jerome spent S a t u r d a y nijdit w i t h M r . A r i s o n ' n p a i v r i t s , Mr. u! Alr.s. C. B. Arison of V u n d o r b i l t a n d Sutirlay w i t h M M . A ri so n't; m o t l u r , Mrs*. Ella Cook of · South n t i - f i e t . They w t r e accompanied, i.o V a m l e r b i l t S a t u r d a y n i g h t by Mr«. J r. (t. Arl.Nou, who had been their i fuiost for tho lost two weekti. i Rev. J a m e t Davln of I - M t t r t b u r g Is | v i s i t i i i L r his n K ' t l i e r , Miv. Lucy Daviti i a n d o t h i - r r e l a t i v e s here. | Mi** Millr""' A d a m s of D e t r o i t . : Midi,, its t h e fiuest of Miss I v l i t l i Me- I ' o r m i e k of N o r t h I ' i t t s b u r g utree-t. Klnu-r S m i t h of W i l k i n n b t i r K was (.he suest Suiul.ty of liis swK'ns. Misses M a r g a r e t and K i l i u t S m i t h of D a w - 'i Mrt;. W i l l i a m Mc.Cauley of I ' n i o u - ; t - n w t i has r e t u r n e d f r o m I M t t s b u r x ' w h e r e nhf* w a s c a l l e d by UK* serioiiH : illiw-riti of her d a u K l i t e r . M r s . M a r y ' MeCauley H a a s . ' w h o is a p a t i e n t at M e r c y H o s p i t a l . Miv. U n a s is s u f f e r i n g f r o m a n e r v o u s b r e a k d o w n a n d a l ' h o u g h i j n p i - . v e d , h e r e o n d i t i o n i s Btill r e g a r d e d as «erioun. The Me- Callleys f o r m - I ly reside,1 a t S c o f l d a l o . J o h n l ^ a c k e j of I ' n k m l o w i i , brother of Q u a y l / a c k t y of t h i n c i t y , tuts beeti d i s c h a r g e d f r i m St. Mary'r* Hospital, D e t r o i t , M i c h . , w h e r e he has he-en a p a t i o i i t for S'Jim- week*. A l t h o u g h . very m u c h itn i r o v r f , M r . Ixiekry w i l l r e m a i n at Hit 1 M i c h i g a n city i n d e f i n i t e - ly in order to bf ut.'.der tho care of the doctors who i . r e a t t e n d i n g h i m . : -Mrs. M a u d e B u t t e r m o r e of t ' n i o r i - i : o w n s p e n t th.- w e a k - e n d w i t h t ' r i t n d s he-re. ! Mrs. H. C. H a r r o w , M r s . E l i z a b e t h ' Batu.Mi. l l a r r s U. .Hrowu, O. C. Gal- i J. M - « l v i n (.Jroy, Charier K'. j F r a n k I ' a y s a U n j u a , W l l U a m \ Sotoir.on Lojjloy and Herbert j ; of Oils c i t y , C,inner V i n o s k y ; and J a m e s M i . y of South ConueilsviUe and K. W. K d w a r d of ( V i n n - e l l s v i l l e t o w n i i h i p are s e r v i n g us juror-,; in l.'n- ioutown t h i s A'cwk. Mrs. D. C. K o s s f - h n a n of S o u t h I I ' i t t s b u r s ; su-cet. v i s i l « d her p a r e n t s , j Mr. a n d M r s . M. (!. I ' m b t l of I ' r i i o n - j L i ) W i ) , Sai.urtl; y. ', Mrs. C M a y t i n It. J o n e s of D u n b u f | was a, t ' n i i n t i ) w i i v i s i t o r . j .Mr. and .Mrs. J o e l S l r a w n and ' U a t m h i e c , .tie; t i ' i u i o , if t h e \ V e s t S i d e 1 and Mrs. W, C. Percy a n d son, J u n i o r , j at' P o p l a r ( ! - o v c s p e n t S a t u r d a y i n ; I ' i t t s b u r i c . · . M a r v i n Pry..;« of S n y d e r street sjienr. : S a t u r d a y al't«-rtiofii ami e-venins ii 1 ' i t t s b u r K . He saw t!cor.se W h i t e V i "Scdiidalti" at 11 t h e a t r e . M i a s l-'aulii e Kosle of t h i s city a n d MISH A n n a H-.-lk- W a l l s oi V'tiiontown spent th« wock-cfil w i t h .Mr. and Mr«. Joseph Cover of F a i r m o n t , W. Va. W h i l e In F a i r m o n t they a t t e n d e d tho IJ. C. T. d a n c e - ;it the- Fairmont Hotel Saturday n i g ' i t . MisB Malx:l F r a n k s spent tiie wc-ek- ind with reki.tivctj in McKw«?port. Mrs. C. K. G u m b e r t , ST., sons, John it., and Char!e«. Jr., and grandchildren, Betty nnd J i m i n i e Gumbrt, all ot Dravostiurg, visited y«Kt«rduy at the nome of Mr. and Mrs. Jame« ,J. Driacoll. MUJ* Oatlicritu^ Siuiw was in I'itte- l)urg oa Saturday. Aunt Het II V ItOOKLlT "The ones t h a t bras a l m u i t h e i r s w e l l b a t h room ,s t h e ones t h a t ussxi to bathe in .1 g y i v a n i / . o i l tub w i t h an imdo.rsh.rl sleeve for a wash r a g . " Weds Hill Grandson Despite his 11 years, Clyde Cox . has been indicted by a federal grand ;'ury at Birmingham, Ala., on charges of selling whiskey. The freckled-faced youngster and his father operate a roadside sandwich stand. His f a t h e r was also indicted on the liquor charge. lagln-r. K i n g a n , S h i p l e y , Ilenl romance surrounds the marriage of Georpt Norman Slade, of New York, jrra idson of the late James J Hill noted railroad builder, and the former Miss Elizabeth Carr of Toledo, O., nbovt. They n et on a Montana rang*- last summer while riding and each thought for several ·"'i-t.-kj that the filler was a nativ« nf the w / t d country. QUICK RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION ! s t li e .1 : ' y \r. Kit w a r s, t l i e !:-. l'.a\v:irus, u for 'JO years, ;i n i i t f i n - f u y , d i s v u v t f - - ( ' J l i v t T u w l u t i i w h f o r c h r o n i c const l I v c i - H m o l , j u a f n J i c a l l n : lax;i.Li\H- K i t f e uittl No g r i p i n g - Is tli l i t t l e .sugar-con.)*.-! lets, Ttit-y ln.-l|i i l l v « r to act u o r u force thvnt til u n It you h a v o n --bad |jr«.-at!j--;t sick ln.-adiu:!ie--t pallon, y o u s l j o u i ^inj plcasari.t r-.-.w* ijt Jr, J i t l w a r d s ·Thousands t a k t ki-fcp r l j f t i t . Try · A d v i - r t l s t - i i i u n t . i i t or5" u f t l u , u n a u c l a s p r o d u c e d O l i v e t u t c - 1'or c a l u n u - I . ca i n i H - I ' H o h t - t i i r i e [ h o f . i r r o u i a f u r piuiuu iiiul t u r p i d no: c o n t a i n cilo- l i l l . - U S i . l l l l . ·! "linynote" tit these . oj 1 vo-colorol tatt- : i l l y 'f'lu-y i j o v e j - m t i J r a l a c t i o n . 'dark b r o w n m o u t h " Tpi-J liver.--coiistt- 1 U u d t i u i r k . sure its fr.otu ouo or two l i v e Tablet*, t h e m every n i g h t t o 'tern. 10r, UOv, t0c.--- CONNELLSVILLE DIVISION LEADS IN SAFETY RECORD C o n t i n u e d trum I'ujtn Due. e u l e n t s ; li. S. 'Welsh, d i v i s i o n ,-ngi- net-r, C l u t ' i t d i H - t i Tormina) Division, ( . ' i n c h i i i u t l , w i t h a !*5 jwr cent dc- i.-reasi : K. 11. ( ' l i n e , nuislei- m e c h a n i c , M o i i o i i K a h D i v i s i o n , C.rnfton. W. Va., 9;( per cent d»:reas«; J. JO. K'uhy, » u p - c r l n t c u d e u - t , Chlca^y .DivifOon, Oar- rc.t.t^ l u d . , 7i5 por cont decrease: J. D. Hell./, s u p e r i n t e n d e n t , (.'jnne!lsville D i v i s i o n , C o i i n o l l s v i l l e . Pa., t) JHT c o n t c e c r e a s e ; K. H. M i t c h e l l , gPiicral K U n o r i n t e n d e a t , C l e v e h i n d , O., 7 per cent Iwreasc and (.:. W. V n n Horn, geiier.il manager, C ' i n c i n n a l i , O., 53 per cj'nt dec'reas';. Special a w a r d s . v i l l al;«o be presented to C. O. ril.iKlc. »jiastf.'r me( · h a n i · of the l u d i u u a p o l i s D i v i s i o n , I n d i U ' i a p o l i s , lud., and J. M. Shaw, i n a s K r mechanic of tho C i n c i n n a t i T e r m i n a l lliviKion, a. K ( h e records t h e y mad? were so i-loso to p e r f e c t , t h a t o n l y t e c h n i c a l i t i e s prove.ut.cd their boing numbered among t h o reg- u i a r winners. (.'. W. G a l l o w a y , v i c e - p r e s i d e n t f f o p e r o t t o n a n d m a i n t e n a n c e , in behalf o f t h e c o m p a n y , \ v i l j make* t h o ;ire- s e n t a t l o u of the a w a r d s ;u the d i n n e r w h i c h w i l l b e attPinled b y m a n y f t h e o p e r a t i n g oflicials f r o m aloni? t h e H u e - f road. Sa.'ety w o r k was t i i a u g u r a U M . 1 in l l i l t a n d d u r i n g t h e KS y e a r s t h e sufe- t y d( p a r t m c i i t . h a s been in (.'Xish'iice, it has dono niiK.'h 10 t n i n l n i i z e .tcci- d e n t t , saviiip; l i f e a n d l i m b , t h r o u g h consiant p r e a c h m e n t o f s a f e t y , t h e i n s t a l l a t i o n o f i n n u m e r a b l e s a f e t y r i e - v.ices and t h e use of p r e c a u t i o n a r y measures. Th^ contest, is beitiK c a r r i e d cu again this year. MRS. F. S. WORTMAN OF MILL RUN DIES; HI FOR FIVE YEARS MRS. ZACHARIAS'FUNERAL SVERY LARGI1Y AHENDED Polly D u l l W o r l n i a n . J I y-ears old, wife of ;Jt-v. P. S, Wortaiau, ia«- t o r of t h o M i l l R u n 15attist C h u r c h , tiiexl at 7 : " ( ) o'clock Sunday n i g h t at Ihor home ; i t M i l l H u n . She had boen *ri ill hcitltli tor tln past five yt'arn anl for six \v«ck« hud be«n bed fax t. Mrs. Worttnan, the d i i u ^ h t e r of tho lute Mr. ;uid Mrs. John DulJ, was born at Mill tluti on August (;, 1SHS. Sho spent practically ail of h e r l i f t ; at M i l l Klin, t'xee/l»t;n-K for t h u neven y«uit w h e n he-r husband wuis pastor of a ·church at AVtst Newton, Ohio. Mrs. Wort man, on; oC th« best- known wonii-n of M i l l K u u , was very active in tho Baptist C h u r c h , being k e o n l y itite-re«tel in all of its societies. Stic- ie survived by her hutibuud «nd two uh I'd ron: Mrs. C, .M. Oofllti of L'niontown and W. b. Worttnan of MI!1 R u n . There are six grandchild r e n . Three brothers. I r v l n D u l l and CharUtt D u l l of M i l l Hun and S. B. Dull of Con :icll«vill(\ and one .slstw, Mrs. I ' U l l i p 1'aul of M i l ! H u n , akio s u r vive. The f u n e r t i l servioo w i l l be c.ori- ducked at 2 o'clock W«y!iu*sday a f t e r noon, this plac-o to be a n n o u n c e d litter. Interm-out \vill be nuide iu t h y Baptist. CliurcJi t n w l « r y a t M i l ! H u u . A b r i e f f i u i e r M i n n a Jia-cliariu Xacharia.s, was i noon at [:''( o' honiR in Locust 1'oliowed by a se St. John's Germ; i of which Mrs, '/,. ' The f u n e r a l wa;- j the church In 20 : l i n n was l i l l e d ! George Wietz, \ :The c h u r c h c h o i j a n u m b e r of l o v ; P a l l b e a r e r s w 1 J a m e s Ilossi, ,li '. d i u a n d Doppelho J i t i i d James Weii, i i i i H i l l ( J r o v e C il st-rvice for Mrti. , w i f e of George :old K a t u r d a y al'tor- torli at the* f a m i l y .street, H n y d o r t o w u , rvice at 'i o'clock at n J j i i l h e r a u C b u r c h , ' a r i a s was a m e m b e r . tlu- l i i r j u s t h n l d in years. The auditor- to c a p a c i t y . Rev. ie pastor, ofllciatc-d. · siuig. T h e r u were ly f l o r a l t r i b u t e s , re Christ liande.t'ell, soph MorKaii, I'Vr- icr, S h o r r n a n Hough sell, f n t e r m e i i t wits unetory. " .Most Narses Use New Face Powder illOl.l,' - ) ! . i. t!ie n « W w o n d e r f u l Tfr-ru-N i ' r - H . s ^ Fui:u 1'owdor, i.i pre- T«r-.-i-(l »-y ! i t r . i i ivcauso of its p u r i t y , tuul [ h e y --,c a 1 lus ,mjC uuikt Ltt« akin *lr ,nut -.l:.i v --Uuy.s on IOI-.KIT, keeps tth'i'.e , i u , i . : i t i . l is v e r y beiK'lU'ial t o '.'KI' i - ' i n n i ; « - \ ""· Y1 « will tov« Mk'.lj- l.o-i'itS* } ' . i - i I ' o « i ) ( . I ViJine!3.sv,.iJe i.Jrig -'·'. -- A . - I v f r l l f r f i i H M U . When l o o Want f tho L U 16 TO BE INITIATED BY JUNIORS FRIDAY The r e g u l a r v.-eekly meeting of Magic Council . N o, JUK5. J u n i o r Order of United A m e r i c a n Mechanics, was h-eld Friday eve an'.; w i t h 5C in a t t e n d - ance. There w ·:·; s e v e n a p p l i c a t i o i w for uieaioei^hip received, live IMJW m-embers b e i n g i n w a i t i n g a n d receiving tho obligat.i n ujit.il Friday when ! an i n i t i a t i o n w l l bo conducted It! new m e i n b e i - The- Dawson · g i ' p e t o a n i w i l l h a v e c h a r g e o f i i n i t i a t o r y w o r k . Lunch w i l l nl; o I» s e r v w l . A l attoiwiiiuw ia r-. t|iiesu;d. A ballot, wus alfio t a k e n ui s i x IH-VV iiieuibrr:. MM ATTEND FUNERAL OF PATRICK J.IRWIN The - t u n o r a l ' for Patrick J. I r w i n , w«il known resident of Ua.wson, held this n t o r a f n g , was largely attended. Tho corlago assetnbifd at the lato home u n d moved to tho Sacred Hoart Ctiu: - ch where* znas.t was ct-'lc-bratod w i t h Jtev. Father W i l l i a m H. Slattery. pastor, ofliciating, Interinont wa-s iiiado iu the new St. Joseph's C e m e t e r y , ConneUsvlIle, in charge of Ftinerul J)irector J«'ro-ncli S. Durst Tho pallbearers wore Tlionias Q u i o u , John H e n r y I r w i n , .Tamos Q n i u u , J o h n Q u i u u , C h a r l e s Hciihonborg u n d H u r r y Q u i n n , a l l nepbews. for dot h e BUhop Ci, 1). li-.iKlorf w i l l !K. i h o prlu-clpal BpeiUi-- at a Pt.'!iUr;,»i;i! i- e . treat for tho Uni'od H r f t h r e n i.·burclit-.-i of thiH end of t r i e A l l e g h e n y (ViniX-r- onoo on Tuc.»cl;y ni.^ht. at tho K i i ^ t United Brctt.rei C h u r c h of (Jixon^- The local cburch is pkiinijjj; to a large di . c g - j t ton to tho a i r c t - itlK. our "%va, X EVANGELISM WORKERS MEET TUESDAY NIGHT W o r k e r s o f t h e P r o t e s t a n t c h u r c h e s oJ" I he c i t y engaged In I. he pcr.soiuil evangelism c a n v a s s w i l l meet Tuesday e v e n i n g at 7 o'clock i i t t h e U n i t e d Presbyter In. i) C h u r c h . t Many Attend Funeral for Mrs. McDonald Tue f u n e r a l s-orviw 1 for Mns. Sadie McDonald, whoso death occurred suddenly a f t e r an attack of acute indi- gesiioii, wus hokl Sunday afternoon at, tho re-siTence in Eiust M u r p h y avenue. Ftei. K. A. Sclmltx, pjwtor of th« U n i t e d J J r e t h r e n C h u r c h , officiated. Mainbon-i of the c h o i r of tho F i r s t P r e s b y t e r i a n C h u r c h , w i t h which congregation Mr.s. McDonald \va« identiiied, «aiig. Mrs. J, M. JM1 worth wa.' a c c o m p a n i s t . M a n y r e l a t i v e s ami f r i e n d s attended tlifi s e r v i c e . P a l l b e u r e w w e r e J. II. "Bowman, .hiring Ituiisi.'!',, D. K. Treher, C a l y l o u C a m p b e l l , W i l l i a m W l s h a r t u i x i C! rover C'. f x - u u l i i i e . j All of Mrs. M c D o n a l d ' s c h i l d r e n j w e i c present f o r t i n - ceremony. I n | a l l i t i o t i to li(-r f a m i l y ;)K; i t j . s u r i ' f v t - d i by 22 f r r t i u d c h i l d r t - n u i u l islx g r e a t - ' A m - n i i R t i j c n u t ol t o w n IW.M'K-OIIM n f j t i n ' f n n o r ; i l \v.-ro W a l l e r M c l J o n o l d j a m .Mr. and Miv. ' H o w a r d Vouclu-y, i a l l of Xe\v A l e x a n d r i a ; M r . a n d M r s . ) A v I I. .n T « n i | i l i n , M i ' , and M r s . 7:d- I w ( i : . | .Muctti.-li. i;w.)i^c ,Mu-tidi. a l l of I ' l i i u v i l l f ; M r . ami M r ; ' , f.loyd H u l l , Sc«' t t d i i l o ; Mr. and M r s Roy McDonald. Kxjvnrt ; Mr. ami Mr*. Ralph Har- Treasures Uncovered In Palestine Verify Many Biblical Stories By JAC.VOB SIMON Unitod Pr'oss Corr.tsponde it. J'hMtUSA.Ijl3!V!. Miircli ",. ...... N t .since the discovery of T u t - A n k h .\mon's tomb has a more' imriortant of made than arche- the ro- n n c i e n t Bot i-S of Ponnsy il Und cent Ivy the Utiive-raitly expedition. Trea-surtw diseovorfid iu I In eight super imposed city le-vivls r e v i e-, witii -orrolxrativo e v i d e n c e , the Jlblicxil stortes of Saul. David, the Pti lietinee and the Isreu.Hles. Two P h i l i s t i n e tejivji-1^?, nn nlioned in t h e n a r r a t i v e s o f SaiEiut a n d Chronicles, werw round on t) e t h i r d tevvl. Following the calamitous I it.tte in whieh Saul and h i s thr»!« so us were killed, K i n g D n v i d , it. w i l l b« 'eca-ll-ed f r o m th-e Bibto story, c a p t i i r i J Beth- Shan from the Phills-tiiies a n t wreaJt- ed hts v-en.{jojin'.*i on t h e m . Oa/vid drove his · IK-HI let) from Beth- jhan,' It is bol.iov-ed a I/on t JOOO B. C. So (ho urchoolcgltH nay. ho new lloor found iu the "11 -iso of Ashtoreth" probably was Lh« work of rocoiitUriH'tion carried o u t by David, in establishing a new sand iajy or tabernacle on the r u i n s of tb old. Both temples had walls -f mud bric.k, w i t h floors of beat on o rth and roofH of wood. W i n d o w s robaWy were moroly high a l l ' s i" tl . walls, such as are f o u m l iu : cout-e liiporary Just Off the W:re Hy IJ n i l oil !'rt««. CijKVl'JIjAXO. M a i c h ,'!. lKMH,p-'y, a-1 y s a i ' s o l d ;uid frojii n e u r i t . U . a;iin.uui ed loda r o t u r u to the pri/.o r i n g Hchiive-Hng o r I ' r l m o C a n o r a the c u r r e n t .TI\I of !icavyw Jack Sharkey, rceogi.izi.'d 1 p a r e n t to G e m - TUUIM,-: , t u r n s foreign i n v a s i o n lempst-y w p»r.UHiiiMitly. b' 1 K a i d . -- J a c k u f t ' e r i i i R h e w i l l f Max (Meats :ghts. I t eir ap- :ack t h o 11 retire Egyptian buildings. The templ-o of D;igon. already U-escribftd iu prevtous dispatches, wus 73 foot loTVg and 20 feet, wid-e. It. had threo aileH, divided by a double row of col i! iu ns, thre on fiach side. Ho- neath a central aton-e was a fouiida- tion iteposit of gold and silver. This was filled with rings, bracelets, ear Hags, wire, and nuggets oC gold and sliver. A stone doorway inscribed with tho na^nc, portrait aud titkis of Rameses- Wosr-Phopeoh, builder of the t em pits irf regarded as a most valuable (Uid. h-riu« houses, miniature representations of the goddeas a.nl her temiplcs, little two-slory pottery bouses from tho dtjors and windows of which roughly carved llgijren of Astotorotti peer, w-ere among; the more Remains of a Set! temple were surveyed, planned and map^KHJ, and tho excavators then -removed them to disclose the earlier r u i n s of a similar temple dating rroni Ilie reign o( Auienophis IU, A^thoreth was thou t.h« ascendant goddess. Daggers, ax-eheads, some in shapes never before found, and a basalt model throne and altar, both of Cretan de- slga, gave testimony of the cosmopolitan character of the ancient city 3,300 years ago, and to the va.-U territory over which worship of AshtoreUi was general. MISS LOREEN PURBAUCH WILL SING IN PITTSBURG WITH DRAMAMOUNT CLUB I'MTTSHl'IUt, M a i c b :.). -Martin M a d d e n , 50, oi N o r t l H r a d r i ie.k was f u u i u l f r o z e n {» d a t h t o d a y I i a field. Mrs. H e r t h i i S l u r t . -IS u u.irgi -ss, died a t ' t e j ' bei!i,s 1 ' j u n d f r o / e i i iu a s'.i'Ofct. LAKE ERIE OPERATE G REVENUES INCREASED $2,729,29211(1929 Special to The C e u r l * . J'tTTSBL'lia. M a r c h S.- A con denninl stat-eiiK-nl for 11)29, JSUM! by i the ,Nw York l.'emral in ), shows j that the oper.i-t.iag revenut i of the j PitUslurg . l.ak« K r i - » tUillrc id, a s u b - j aklUxry, for the. yea- aino nt*d t« i $34,K',fi,10S, »tj (.:omp.ir«l w th ?'ll,-j 40.8K', for 19i!S. I $28,896,- 2,!H0 iu The .Ih'aruaniouin SingCTK, a g r o u p of I S i n i i B i r i a . i i H dlixscted by T. Carl Wlillifwr, w e l l - k n o w n I'iitsbiirg com- posor, a nieuilUer of wbicJ} in Miss iX3re*n P u r h a u h , d a u g h t e r of M.r. and M r s . C. A. I ' n r b a i l g h of C o n n o - l l s v l l l n , w i l l p r e s e n t a p r o g r a m of iniii.Mial appeal Tuesday e v e n i n g , M n r c h .18, at. CVrriegie I\!u.sl: H u l l , Pitt.sburK. O n l y r h f l v e r y old and wry now miuilc, w r i t ten be-fore 175ti u.nd afur 11)00, w i l l lie f i l i n g . Th* .singern are t r a i n e d in t h e a b i l i t y t o proceed f r o m o n e n u m - ber I.o t h e next without UJP tiot-essHy b a v i n s t h e pitch nivou t l u n u . Mi«.H I ' u r h a u g i i is a graduate of Hood College. She ba.i been a .student of m u s i c six years. Hhc look t . ^ e music. conr.se at Hox! M i n i .slnrn ihen has lifton s t u d y i n g in P i t i K b u r g . Hho Is a soprano. She w i l l h a v e a solo part, in the program at Caruugio .Music H a l l . 025, irorapari-ci with i-xpons^s ier rovouuee WIIK S3. 19 ue coinp ilLTii in the preceding year Charge for taxes and nt ftir e q u i p m e n t ami jobit r e n t s , etc.. increfiso3 li N c v i ' r t h c l e H M i b f r o waa lo freaned not r a i ) « i y oporatir T h i « wa« $7.891,n-ll for 1929 with $7,770,S29 f i r I be i)r«:c Intercet on fumled d:bl, leased roal«, dividonds; tlec charged to s i n k i n g f u n d , ot surplus incom-e for tti« year comp-nxed w i t h $-, 85:;, 680 foi ious year. cent of irel with . charges facility, si year. t a.n ln- % income. cojnparxl j l i n g year, i rent for j ired, a n d i ., left tbo · $3,237.085 j the p r e v - 1 ONLY THOROUGHLY MODERN ROAD, ! AYS LOREE OF P IOJECT W A S H I N G T O N , Man/li :!.-- U n e q u a l e d opera H H K e f H f l e n e j a n d h i g h m i l i t a r y v u J u ^ i of I.. I" 1 . I ree's proposed ^:S:5-niile railroad 1 'om Allegheny City to K a n t o n , Pa., A- ere cited today by the N i l w YorK, P Its burg Chicago R a i l r o a d in a brio! /iled w i t h the I n t e r s t a t e Commerce C mmlssioii. 'Die proposed liiiv, whk:l has been p r o j e c t e d ,siarc ]'2, r ), w o u l d cost $177,- 740,a73. It w o u l d p r o v i d e i n S2't-mil6 r o u t e f r o m A l l e g h e n y C i t y o Chicago. The shortest n o w e x i s t i n g i 8S!) m i l e s hy way of the P e n u n y l v a n u i The road \vond be "the o n l y cons i d e r a b l e r a i l r o a d of t h o r t uglily mod e r n t y p e a n y w h e r e i n t h e / o r l d , " t h e b r i e f s e t f o r t h . Use Cl«3niiied Ad; . Tli«y bring An Allcock Tonight RELIEF FROM PAIN and Soienesa tomorrow! Only Cost a Quarter T h e p o p u a r i t y o f Allcock's Poro IB Plasters grows with the years. The original of all p 'rousplast- era, their wonderful pain-mi ving properties have mude them the favorilt of in illions, when seeking relief f om muscular st if) nesp, ehestcoldt.sorei ess, sprain B anil lamt-netis. Jtit.t cut a i A l l c o e k l j oro«8 Plaster to the size and shape · required and apply it to tlu sore spots. Watch how the penetrating medication seernil to draw the laments and tsore- nessright out. You'll surely 5e amazed. Odorless--you can put om on and uo anywhere. The iriedicatio i lasts for t;iV9. Plrnty of imilatorl of A cork Porous t'laslcrs but oonc so gc»d. B« s re to ask for Allcock's POROISFI ASTERS LAFOLLETTE RAPS ADMINISTRATION IN "RED SCARE" By U n i t e d Press, W A S H I N G T O N . M a r c h ;',.--An a t - , t e m p t is beiiiK uuulo to d i r e c t at ton-! lion a w a y f r o m unemployiuoiiit by slartwig another "Red scare," f-ietiator IjaFoll^tte, Kepublicaii, Wisconsin, cJiarged in t h ijenat-e toiay, adling tliat the situation is a "reminder o[ the dayti of AH.ortw.vy Ocuortiis P a l m e r a n d Daugiierty." LaFollstte recounted that iiii those dayti «ttiteni-eatt H i n t l.he United States was about to be- overwhelmed by Commii'nlstrj tviui Itedi-i were Issued whenever au economic- Quastion was raieeci. I^KolIette'a char-gce c«rnc after Senator Wagner, IX'tnoerai. New York, had dematuled tho Aclministra- llon Utke some action in th? unemployment situation. UiFoliotte's was the first comment on the floor of t h e Senate although Senator Fws, Republican, Ohio, an- no tincexi he would u n a w o r Wagner tomorrow, Wagner clwu-gecl ihe Adtninis-iration wa« attempting to conceal the real facts of u n e m p l o y m e n t . D. H. LAWRENCE, NOVELIST, DEAD By U n i t e d Preaa. VENCE, Franc-e, March ;j,--D. H. Lawrence, 44, noted British novelist and poet, died here of tuberculusis, Burrouiided by geniuses from tbo continental world of literature. Announcement of liie death waa made today, ajlhough Jt occurred at !i P. M., yesterday. Lawrence had been critically i l l for several weeks, and bis wish tliat ho might be taken to Arizona, either to die or to recuperate in "the only h-ealthy atmosphere be ever found" could not be granted because of his condition. The eminent American sculptor, Jo 'Davidson, made his bust shortly belorw death. Lawrence's latest work of note, "Lady Chatterley'a Lover," privately printed Iu 1928, obtained wide circulation, la America before it tell uader the wrath of censorship in inaiiy states. Lawrence ·wfas born af N o U i u g u a t n , England, Educated at Nottingham U n i v e r s i t y , he devoted his enUro life to literary work, in ilie-'i-.ourw of which he travelled extensively, .Slet-i M'crtrer OlY. j MOW Y O R K , March ;i.--HlBjis for | c o u s o J i d a t J o n of lh«- American Itullii.ig j M i l k s w i t h the C i u l f Statoi Steel ; C o i n p a i i y on the ha^is of. an e x c l i a u K R of stock h a v e been abitmkmed, M e l v i n ' VV. V e r i t y , v i c e - p r e . i i d e n t of th*' for- 1 t n c r c o i n i j a n y , t o l i l t h t - \\'iil S t r e e t j J o u r n a l l o d u y . Two (soiu-i \vcre born at L)K C'on- n o l l - a v i l l e S t a t e H o s p i t a l o v e r I h e w i = - e l - c i u i . S i j l u i ' f l a y . ilu- s t o r k l i r o u ^ J i t . A boy to Mr. a m i .Mrs. L C U - J H l l c p l c r of S m i t h f o n . T h n BCCOJK) b o y , horn I'm SiHHliiy. w,is t h e «ni or Mr. ;uil .Mrs. .Prod iUutiin:h of Broavl Ford. COLDS We all catch colds and they can make us miserable; but yours needn't last long if you will do this: Take two or three tablets of Bayer Aspirin just as soon as possible after a oold starts. Stay in the house if you can -- keep warm. Repeat with another tablet or two of Bayer Aspirin every three or four hours, if those symptoms of coll persist. Take a good laxative when you retire, and keep bowels open. If throat is sore, dissolve three tiblets in a quarter-glassful of water and gargle. This soothes inflammation and reduces infection. Ther J is nothing like Bayer Aspirin for a cold, or sore throat. And it relieves aches amj pains almost instantly. The genuine tablets, marked Bayer, are absolutely harmless to the heart. Aiptilo it the trade mark pi .Bayer ManuIacUuu jf Momiaccticacidciiter of fiolicyUcicid |B\Y1ETT£'S| FINEST [THEATRE DAILY INOON TO 11 P.M. UNIONTOWN- PHONE 1932 If-*! E. PIONEER.! SOUND I Ti-iEATRE VVEHK OF MARCH 3RD rfj »*^r+rrf *+**+*·* f-*~**f++f*-f+'f*f-i Mouduy, 'J'uesday and Wednesday Here it is - Hie dramatic smash you've w a i t e d l o n K for the t a l k us; screen to "ivc y o n . I t w i l l j ^ r i p y o n , bold y o u - - w i t h ;i plot d a r i n g in t " o , ' j t n i u i i t but bi'U'i- t i f u l in C.OIK option. CONRAD NAGEL "SECOND WIFE" With L1LA L E K and M A S V M K K NOTK:--Cb Idren under 1G w i l l n e i t h e r appr-pr-ialo. nor u n d e r s i a u d its startling K t o r j ' -- i t is a ii:|cturo created otii) for ( h e adult mind. Thursday, Friday aud Saturday. P a r a m o u n t ' : ; latest "Now Show World" h i t --sbowliip; here for th ) 'Jirst t i m e in this d i s t r i c t - -- t h e latest in t a l k i n g sen: ations. ROADHOUSE NIGHTS ^ Paramount All-Talking Smash W i l l ! L'JUKLES lli;(;«I,KS. H K L K N . H O R G A X , FHKT) K.01ILK t, C L A Y T O N , J A C K S O X DIJKAJSTK. P f j ) , y o u t h , gaiety--you'll l e a r n what they do in t h e amber l i g h t s of "Roadbouse Nights." A M O S ,»MY B H O A D C A R T TO YOU O V E R Of K G I A . X T JI08S K V K K Y M G H T A T 7 , MIDNIGHT SHOW EVERY SUNDAY - - ' - , - - I , " . 1 · ' ' ·. ;!:·',· I ,'S--, ', ·-:'-, ·tiJ.-txt:. ,,, '..J'/VS^ Flying Mite of the Women's Sports World Only five feet in height is tiny Kay Griffiths, of t h e , Canadian Ladies' A. C. of Tc ronto, but her size give* no intli -ation of her .speed. The "flj'ii g niite" beat the previously u n t e f e a t e d Stella Waisn, of Clevelard, in tlie 76- yard sprint at. Buffalo. Tlse winning time was 8 4-5 seconds. Kay is J 8 years of age ai)(J weighs onl» 100 pounds. * IM CHEST CALLS ron ihtit Bootiiln^, oaf ointment that frequently relieve* ii. one opplicfttion--- und aeldam l'»ila Alien «pplitd once every hour for 5 ht urs. "The worst cough I ever had -- stopped OVERNIGHT" "I don't remember ever h a v i n g coughed so often as that morning 1 caught hi asnow Ntorni -- pix miles from nowhere. Ky the time 1 got home I was Hare I was in for n long indoor spell. I):iyg lakcii away from my business -- a ilf-astnt proepcct! IV'o such thing hnj»p«'riel -- thanks to Smith Brother*'. I took the syrup faithfully and when 1 nwoko tho next inoruiuu; my couph had romplplcly uuictetl down." FUANK SMITH B R O T H E R S Triple Action C O i l C H S Y il U P Patronize Those Who Advertise. PAINT-UP! A doMur's wortli of s:tJNf«e- tion for every one y o u taiond. Call FOX'S A n d You'll. . c t IU I ' h u n o :{{{.

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