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JL. edition '^lir^^r' "N r* - r i rice fe?^ ::^ Cormellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Arive -tising Medium in the Yougli Region, VOL. 28. NO. !t( . T h r A V i - r k l y r ' u n r l v r . K n i i n d r d The l n l l j - f . u i r h - r , F i i u n d r d ^. I * . 1S7;. li r 10. IPOS. J i t l j - liisn. C O X X U L L S V J L L E , PA., T l ' K S D A Y K V K . N ' I N C I , M A R C H SAFETY RECORD ' Amendment Repeal, WINS SUPT. BELTZ State Replation f*f\¥ T\ 117 A TV!!I /""ITI A IliT ··* Will Be Wets'Aim GOLD WATCH, CHAIN First Photo of Eielson's Plane Found in North ; FIVE GOLD MEDALS Y P r e s e n t a t i o n "Hnilc to It. A; f ' h i c i ' Here a B a h i i n o r r rtauqurt M o n d a y IS'teht. DIVISION FOURTH ON RAIL SYSTEM L'y P A K L R. M A L . .O.N. I ' n i i e d Press S i a f f C o r r i s p o n d c r , t . W A S H I N G T O N . M a r c h ! - T h e wets h a v e h i t u p o n a c o m m o n d a n o f b a t - W i l l lie B a c k o d inr S o n s i l c l».v Yjiro, W i f h l n n v » for I h c w o r e coni- i'i' a i u s ; p r o h i b i t i o n v h i i - l t i - i i i n t h e H o u s e .111' t c i a r y h e a r i n y s toriay b y ' l e p r e d i a r i e s L i n t h i e i m i Di/nmrr.it, l i a l t i m o r e . M d . , c h a i r , i n n i r t h e CONFEJRS WITH VARE LEADERS H d e n t ; on per e c u ! di t rease i l l acci- t ' i e C i i n n c i h - ' v i l l e D i v i s i o n d i i r i r g i!cj p a v e i l ,i r a n k o f f o u r t h p o s i t - o n on t i n - e n ; i n system o f t h e B a l t i m o r e ,V.- O h i o R a i l r o a d C o m p u . y , | ~' r :l w;.s in,Hie k n o w n M o n d a y n i u h l I h e b a n o . n e t a l C h o r a l - c a k e - f ! t i m o r e . M i l . , w h e n S u p e r i n t e n d e n t I). \\"\\7. \\i".; p r e v e n t e d w i t h a pn d e n t i . i l a w a r d --a ,u Id w a t c h i n i n s e w r i bloc. The p l a n is e m b o d i e d i Ihe p e n . l - . ini; S a h a t h r e s o l u t i o n c a l i n s f o r r e pr-al (;-:' t h r - t;?!h A m e n d m r.t and es- a n n o u n c e m e n t ol t a h l i s h m e i u of M a t e o p ion u n d e r ! c a n d i d a c y for I he o v e r n r n e n l r e g u l a t i o n . T h e a m e n d m e n t w i l l hi o f f e r e d b y C o u r i e r ye-.in t i r s t posi- w h i e h in- thro d i v i - t h a n C.oii- .-·ystein. These. .1 7-1.S per c - n t T e r m i n a l , (iS.r i r cent. Co n- t ' o u r t n w i t h a As a n n o u u-ed iu '!' ; i i c - r d a v , the divi.si a w is l i o n :.)ii i h r K a s l e r u L i n e s , cliuk ii lo i vision:-.. u l y s i o n s h e l d h i g h e r r a n k i n . e s n e l l s v i l l e e-ver t h e w e r e C h i c a g o w i t 'n decrease ; ( ' i n e i n u a i i and O h i o v ;lli i.'i'.'.'i ] n e l l s v i l i e - wa:'. a cm-.; f i ' i pf r c e n t d e c r e a s e . A l o ' a l of t i . i i M . i i i n ' i man-hi.nirs was t t o r k - ' d o n t i n - C o t i n c - I s v i l l e D i v i s i o n i n If::!) w i i h b u t -I.': r e ; n r i a b l e c a s u a l - t i i . - s . or a r a l e 01 7.n7 per each m i l l i o n m a n - h o u r . T h i s was ; decrease of ('.! per c.-nf f r o m I h e f i n e s a f e t y w o r k o f Thi sold w a t c h w h i c h S u p e r i n t e n d e n t I'.clt'/, r e c e i v e d bore- t h o i n s c r i p - t i o n : ' ' B a l t i m o r e O h i o R a i l r o a d . P r e s i d e n t i a l A w a r d I .1. U. K e l t / - , Sup!.. W"-;. 1 m-prov - m e n t , Safety, Mr. issued a. f laUvme.nt today h i s a p p r e 'is.tiou t o t h e w o r k e r s on t ' - e C u n n c H s v t l l o D i v i s i o n for their c o o p e r a t i o n i i the e s t a b l i s h - ment of the- e x c e l l e n t s a f e t y record. D u r i i i K the- m o n t h f J a n u a r y , t h e C o n n i - l l s v i l l o Division did not have, a single casualty a l t h o u g h a total of ·157,000 m a n - h o u r s w e r e - worked. T h i s was tho best record, on. tho d i v i s i o n a n d tao o n l y reason i , w a s n o t f i r s t on tho Baltimore Ol io System was bec.au io tho St. Louis Division, aLso w i t h o u t a single, m i s h a p , had more working h o u r s , a t o t a l -n' ( M l , M O O m a n hours. .It was said t h a t b t r one a c c i d e n t was reported d u r i n g 1'Vbruary. H o w ever complete thjun.'s f o r t l i e m o n t h arc, not available- ;ta ' « . ' . It vas pointed otit hat t h e r e has not b-:en au a c c i d e n t iu the M o t i v e Department sinoo J u r e 11, 1929--a total of -60 days. No l o s t - t i m e a c c i dents have been r e p o r t e d in tho M a i n - tciianco of Way D e p a r t m e n t since August 26, 1920--a total of l!)l) days. There AVUS an accident in t h e Trans- p o r t a t i o n Service- or. I-Vbruary 1, IfT.'.O --tho only ono t h i s ye; r. It. was the Jirst Tor 111 days w h i i ' h is c o n s i d e r e d ono o!' the best hero. THOMPSON HEAF1ING ON EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE CONTINUED " l l ~ ! L i n l h i c u m . he t o l d I h e C i t e d Press. i and l i i i s w i l l p r o v i d e I iat the ro- | p e a l e r r e s o l u t i o n he r a l i l i e ! by special ; s l a t e - c o n v e n t i o n s o v e r ', le c o u n t r y . i r a t h e r t h a n b y r h e s t a t e - K i s l a t u r e s . i " T h e l e g i s l a t u r e s do m represent ; ; he e x a c t w i l l of the p e o p l e on this [ i s s u e , " L i n t h i c n m says. ' The people ; ' s h o u l d choose e l e c t o r s e: ; e c i a ! l y on : j t h i s problem and send i h c r d e l e g a t e s : | t o s l a t e c o n v e n t i o n s t o voi - t h e i r w i l l '· on r e t e n t i o n or n i o d i f l c a t -in of pro! h i b i i ion." j | The n e w p o l i c y r p p r e s - - n l s a de- · | v d o p m i n t o f s o n i i m o m . i i r n o n i ; w e t s ; | a? l i i e y are p r e p a r i n g tu i 'ose i x - f o r e : j n i e h u ' a l l t h e p r e s c - n t a t i o · of t h e i r ! ; c , i s c a g a i n s t p r o h i b i t i o n . ) n l y a f e w j j wt.-"k;-; a^co I ln-y w e r e t a l iiiuv a b o t l l i s o l i d i f y i n g t h e i r r a n k : - i f a v o r of ( ; beer a n d l i i r h t . w i n e s . Tl ··· t h o u g h t I t h e y c o u l d KO no f u r t h e r a ;d yr-t c o n - · | i r o ! t h e i r f u l l s t r e n g t h . N ar!y a l l of t h e i r m o r e t h a n 50 w i t n e s s - ,-; h o w e v e r , i h a v e a d v o c a t e d s t r a i f f h ' - c i ' rnpeal. ! Then- is v i r t u a l l y no i ia.nc- t h a t , t h e i r b a t t l e f o r t h e Sabatl r e s o l u t i o n w i l l r e s u l t i n success n o ' . I f t h e y , Kf\ five of the 17 voles n the d r y ! H o u s e J u d i c i a r y C o m m i t t e t h e y w i l t c o n s i d e r t h e m s e l v e s snccot ;.ftil. T h e y i r n i t r h t . even d a r e to ca r y s u c h a j m i n o r i t y report to tho fl-or of the i House to m a k e ' h e House ote on the ! i s s u e , a l t h o u g h in the l u l l House t h e i r I moMt o p t i m i s t i c advocates h a r d l y be- i lievp t h e y c o u l d commatid more t h a n i S'O of the -t;;5 VOIK. Arnorij; tho other w i t n c : -cs i n t h e final day for the wets are I - . c p r c s u n t a - tivc- Oiler, Democrat, Nc v Y o r k , a member o f the- c o m m i t t e e B r e c k i n - ! 1 r i d ^ e I .-OUR, f o r m e r Assisi int .Secre- i j t a r y of State-: Noah B. M a i ; i n , Lewis- i i t o n , Ida., a t t o r n e y ; Mrs. W W. Mont- · ; .uomery, .Jr., P h i l a d e l p h i a ; Dr. S l e w - : . art Paton, B a l t i m o r e ; M r s . Robert \\'. ' i Love-tt, Boston; Mrs. ' ' o u r t U i n d t j Nicoll, Now York; Mrs. Car -oil M i l l e r , \ P i t t s b t i r y ; H e n r y I I . S l r o n l , f o r m e r .special agent of t h e Dsp; rtnieiU of i J u s t i c e , and Jlepresentativ J o h n J. Cochran, Democrat, St. Li i»is. Mo. Several letters have bet- i received b y t h e c o m m i t t e e c o u c c r n j i incut, conditions. One is aider to In 1 f r o m Walter K. L; ;ge.tl, g a x i n e v v r i t e r w h o rnacli; t-nsai charges c o n c e r n i n c ; e n f o n ditioiis i u v a r i o u s s e c t i o n country, and is boliovod t, h i s t e s t i m o n y c o n c e r n i n g in Kansas. e l d eil Prftsfl. \ . M a r c h -I. - F o r m a ! J a m e s J . J ) a v i . ' ri.cpnblic.an n o m i n a l i o n f o r t ' n i i e d S t a l e s s e n a t o r f r o m P e n n s y l v a n i a i n i h e M a y p r i m a r y inn..come h f ' r e l o d a . Pavis. who a r r i v e d here hit · y i s - t n r d a y f r o m F l o r i d a , w h e r e h conferences w i t h W i l l i a m S . P h i l a d e l p h i a R e p u b l i c a n J e a d e be t h e r u n n i : i g m u l e f o r 1 S h u n k rirow:i. P h i l a d e l p h i a , c a n d i d a t e f o r I h e g o v e r n o r s h i p . I t i s r e ported t h a t h i s a r r a n r j e m e n t h a s I I : " f u l l sanction of V a r e w h o w i l l u r h d r a w from t h e S e n a t e r a r e n i i n ^ c t f a t a l a l e r d a l e . The V a r e f - r p a n i / . a l i o n h ;r-. N - r . ! i d l y hack nf l i r o w n . its I :u!"rs a d o p t t h e a l t i t u d e t h a i e v e r y po.v over l i r e was m a d e io S e n a t o r Jo|{. C t r u n d y te^ ae.-cpi llrrjv.'n : : ca d r t c y and !hr Senator'.-; r " f u s : i l V a n ' · r-in-.-if 1C. A mm! for Senior i l u v i i i i r H i c h - i'sl Scholastic A v o r a t r f D u r f n c 1 Course. Fir.'--i I lie notoi! a' Iw-rs o;-' i in- i i i ' i n l l i s . rj r ; i n - l a k e [ h e P h i !ad-d|diian f o r n i n s m a l e p r r c i p i i a t e d i h « f i m i t . Local leaders b e l i e v e |h,u ;t D , n - j p . I'.rown t i c k e l w i l l hi.. :l e e r t a i n v i c t ' - r y over t/ia.| lieaded ty C r u n d y and Sam lie! S. Low-Is, lis K u b e r n a l o r i . i l , - h o u .T h e C r u n d y - l / e w i s l i n e u p i , said 1 0 h a v e t h e bac.l-. I H K of t h e .Mellon i n t e r e s t s i n P i t t s u i r K . G o v e r n o r F i s h e r also i s expec:el t o f a l l i n t o h u e h e h i n d i i allho'i};!! ise is said 1.1 h.uc .strong o h j i ' d i j i i s t o Lewis ar- h i ; ]),vs- s i h l e sui-f:e.s. i K r. The Secretary of Labor m a d i n s t w o - h o u r -isit IKM-I- la-:; n i j u i ' . i t i K w h i c h tit.u- lie h e l d - . ' o n r e r e w i t h local V ire leaders. H.~ f o r c i d t o r e i u r n to Wa.shineto! a t t e n d a Cab n e t m e e t i n g called .'or t o d a y but i s expected to come i n l ' h l l a d ( . ' l ] i h i a t i n s a f t e r n o o n f o r r u n i i - - - c o n f e r e n c e s . P h o t o of I he w r i - c l ' . a p i - i i a l o r a . i d K . I r l l t « . - - l a n d f u r t r a - l i n i ; ex-p r j i ' i o n . T. N. K'-:.-i. M . i ' - i o - i Su : : l e a t l i s h . p S l a r v r o f x i l . ' ' h e p l a n e - o f f ' a p t a i j i C ' a r l B e n Kiel.-'on, c o v o r o i l b y i-/e a i :iiel "!oa!li la.s! N'ovt'inlnv on t h e S i b e r i a n coa. 1 ;! il'f N o r t h Cape, n a pjxvl a t N'onie. A V a s k a , who were fro'/.on in aboard I h e X a n n k n :; f u r : ; f r o m tho dislr":; : od s h i p , heft to r i j i h l . W i l l i a m H u s h e s , n s o n . 1 7 - y e a r - o l d d a n ^ h t o . r o f S w o t u i o n , ; i n d C a p t a i n M i l o y z o r n v , j n o w . To p , for i l a n y .Oiaf S .ven- c o i n i n u ndor DiCKERSON RUPf liOUND HOUS FORCE SETS WORLD'S RECORD FOR PREVENT ION OF ACCIDENTS to HEAVY TOIL TAKEN BY FLOOD WATERS IN SOUTH FRANCE Taft Lives to See 21st Anniversary of His Inauguration Pile Cp Tula! of l,(Kt:t W i t h o u t J,osf 'I'imo A c c i d e n t . D a y s WILL BE THREE YEARS ON JUNE A of a day L'l } » - a r - w « ! i i S t a t e en.force- | nia- inont of con- the 30 DAYS IN JAIL L'N'iaNTOAVN, M a r c h ·!. ..... D i s t r i c t ."Attorney J. Jt. Adams m o v e d to t o n - t i n u o tho t r i a l of .7. V. Thompson for ombex/lom-ont. u n t i l such t i m o a.s ho can properly proparo the case w h e n he .vaf f o r m a l l y not.ilie-d this! m o r n i n g t h a t Congressman P o r t o r , counsel for (ho- Princess of Tluirti and Taxis, had w i t h d r a w n f r o m tho easo. Mr. Adams declared ('on-KreHsnian Porter notified him today he was not interested in any c r i m i n a l pha.se of any c.aso a l t h o u g h hs w i l l c o n t i n u e to r e p r e s e n t t h o p r i n c e s K i i \ t h o c o n t w n p t ON PRISON RATIONS FOR PHOTOGRAPHER I j y I: n i t oil rr-p.',j, I'AU'.S. M a r c h -I.- T h e f . - o v . r n ) n - - n t orKani^.e.-I ili -if w o r k t o d a y tor i he t l o o f l r . t r i e k e n r eg inn of sout'm rn France w h e r e t o r r e n t i a l r a i n s U !;d m e l t i i i K f^now .ook u. h e « v y t t i l l of life- and p r o p e r t y . I t was bol!»vr:d i ht d e a t h t o l l w o u l d reach 50. T h o area n o - v i s a l m o s t e n t i r e l y " c u ; o f f f r o m c o m i n i i n i c a t i o n relate to i .-,., , . . . ,, ' ,. . ' "; l niteo I'recjs e s U i l ) l i n ) i p i l e l e o n u i t i o n s . i ; pnone connection.s over Ihe «s|ncl" l i n , ^ j w o r k i n t ; I n t o . M f i r i t a u b o n , a c i t y of i If;.0(m in th-e - e n t e r of i h c Hood region. I l! w a s l e a r i p - d the r a i n had cea r e.| i n d t h e ^ n n wan s h i n i n g o n Hie secno )f triMiii-nijon:; d c v a u t a l ion. ·vas w i t i i o t i t Hi w a i i f ? I t u t - w; j n ; : u l ai k t i e dooi l h . i t c.aiiK the claim of i he of i h e. I J ! t t s hu r^ ad ui DU:Ue:-on l.no:; con- c gas or Attorney McKe:i.n. counsc! for Mr. Thompson, was prese-n when Mr. Adams mado the m o t i o n . He offered no objection to the c o t n i i n u i n r o . w h i c h was grantod. I n Cor mat ion was made in M a r c h , 1929, and t h o J u n o s r a u - l j u r y r e t u r n ed ;i 1,-iio b i l l . Tho oiniho/.zloitKMH charge represents the money Thompson is alleged to h i i v r - t a k e n d u r i n g t h o a d m i n i s t r a t i o n o f t h e N i c h o l s e.stato. ED SHAW PUTS CITY BASTILE INTO SPIC AND SPAN CONDITION Spc-clai to The C o u r i T. U.VrCXNTOWX, M a r c h ·!.-- (Jeorse h. Bower, Pittsburg Sun Tolegraph photographer, editored his ;- i-cond day sentence in tho county jai for contempt of court in tho Ban » role a.s the other prisoners iu th crowded jail room. I'ndor the jail r u l e s no ' x t r a food or provisions are porjuitlcxl to prisoners eocc.ep-t on v i s i t i n g day. , Monday and Friday. I n q u i r y this morning deve.oped t h a t tho .sontenc.e of J u d g e D. V\ . Henderson yesterday to 30 days i i j a i l for t a k i n g a f l a s h l i g h t p i c t u r e of the Princess of T h u r n and Ta: is in the c o r r i d o r of the c-ourlhou.se i: f i n a l unless the judge h i m s e l f d i r e c t ; a. modification. A. P. Cowan, staff ropres ntative of the, P i t t s b u r g paper, took a 1 ot. breakfast a n d some necessities t - t h e j a i l this morning but was r e f u s e d admission. Tho eorrtvipondent al: o reported he luul intorvi-ewecl tho '.-ourt but there was no hope for Rower s release u n t i l the expiration of the j a - 1 term. U wari e s t i m a t e d .'Hi had h e r I D w e r e soldier* a t t e m p t i n g c u e w o r k . S e / o r a l p a t i e n t s i n n e a r l y : fli(.-kerei t o t a \ la : i u w i a r y o l d man h e l d ha of i l e a t h r e a l i s e H d r e a m \ ( rue. ; I t e i n i n i s i - ' e n 1 of 1 ' i a t ( : a w h e n W i l l i a m Howard T a f l lK«-arm.; P r e - i d e l l t , w h K ' h s a w on i - of t h - - w o t si b i i / . / . a n i ' ; in tho Capital's h i s t o r ; , \% a.? t h t j s h r i i l ;--ound of i h e M a r i - . h w i n - l loiia i as il s w a y e d I l i f trec.s 'ii i h e ' u r d ol ! h i s W y o m i n g a v e n u i h ' - i j i - ' . ': For l h a i o t h e r i.i.iy t S i o n w-rf I cheers and .'.honti.'ii 1 . for toil '.y. t l K · s t i l l n e s s 01' the s i c k r o o m , i n u rript'"'d o n l y by I he w h i K p e r i i i j ; , of t h e (!or.tor:- ami the siibdnc-Ml foot fa) !« o',' L i e v i g i : l a n t nnr.-e. J Tu those w h o rend of the e o r n p l i c . a - 1 tion of b o d i l y iil.s whicJi b r o u g h t the lormor P r e s i t i e n l . a.nd ( ' h i e f J u s l i c e d o w n several weeks a,j'.o arid k n e w t h e i r portent it has !w:- n an f n n . i x i i i : ; lhin.j-7 (hait lie IHM l i v e r l lo ·'.·· . m o t h e r w i l l r o u n d '.'·; and t h e y :-"-or.l is JUKI" employi'.-, , K Lalco K r i ' Fiailri; R u n w h o o n M o n d a y passe r i ^ c n t i v e l a y s w i t h o u t a t i m e acrid c u t . i I ' n .lun-e "i i h e w o r k m e n o u t t h r e e c o u t . i v t i t i v o y e a : a r e s t r i v i n g I n a t t a i n t h i i t h e n b e t t e r it. 1 S a m u e l \V. i n k ? , g e n e r a l foreman of t h e round ho u PC, i i x i a y l o l i The C o u r i e r t h a i he was c l a i m i n g a w o r l d V record u n t i l a b e t t e r m a r k could l/o p r o d u c e d . He wi.s h i g h l y elated o v e r the unc.-cosd of the « i f e t y , Koi . lirst i n o v o m e n t at t h a t p l a c e ami held ' hopo for a m u c h b e l t e r record. T h e l a K t a c c i d e n t i n I h e romidhouHO CITIZENSHIP TO BE CITED C o i n c i d e n t w i t h t h e K r n « l u ; j t i o n ,, i h e firs i clasis from tho I m m a . c n l a l f ' o n c p p i ion H i g h School in J u n e , lies' . l h « r n u - i l l he m;jlf» the- fn-st verier! · ! H-.vaiv.'r, in t h e forrji of five pold modois i o ho i i i s t r i l ) H t ? l to 111*? various d a x - i - M for general exceilc'iico i n school i JoHOph K l a n i » ; a n . Cla.-.-,y of 1901, ha-. ; « n a r t i c l e in Tho I m m a c u l a t a , m o n t h - ly m a g a z i n e p u b l i s h e d by Ihe --choo!, | c o n c e r n i n g the honor a w a r d s . U conj t i n u e s : ; " T w o of ihese m e d a l s are u l-,,, I awardc-ij for s c h o l a r s h i p , one lo t b - i : member of I h e g r a d u a l ins clo;'- : IKU; a t i a i n p i l the- higii-esl av-Tagr j .ns hiri In'sh nchooi couruo. [ o t h e r (,-oeH to Ihe m e m b e r of a n y o n e of the other :la.r.r;ew who, in I h e j u d g - m e n t of the f a c u l t y has done c k i w - work of ( b e h i g h e s t f j u a l i l y for Mio c u r r e n t y e a r . T h i s n m t a l irs in open c o n t e s t lo any f r o s h m a n , H.onhoinon: or j u n i o r . "Two m e d a l s also w i l l be g i v e n f o r c i t i z e n s h i p , one to a boy and o n : t j u ! fiirl a v a i l a b l e to any meiiibe-r of any j c.lasn in tho high school. Tliei-'' j m e d a l s w i l l be award-ed on Ihe laif-i . | o f school cooperation, I n t e r e s i a n d | a t l i i e v e n s e n l , f o r a c t i v e ( t a r l i e . i j i a t i o n j in Kdiool a f f a i r s , oonslo.nl c o n t r i b u - tion to the school paper, a c t i v i t y in j athletics, whore- this iw possible, clai-. j l e a r k - r t i h i p and endeavor to d i r t - i t , the pat he of Ihe s t u d e n t s for the honor and g l o r y of I. C. H. S. Those i n e d u l present an o p p o r t u n i t y for the boy-; or pirls who cannot leal ( h e i r cias^.e: i n -;cholar(ihip b u t w h o i;how a n u p right atxl active i n t o r e s t in t-clioo: a c t i v i t i e s . "The final m-eiiol p;oe!; t.- I h-e I.OM;.:I; who has I h o best record for a t t e n d . nnce and p u n c t u a l i t y for the f o u r S p w l a l to Thf: C o u r i e r . years of, hi:; h i g h school career. sriiTTDALf-;, M a r c h 1. I o b e r t "These m e d a l s a rn g i f t ^ to b, do )v.\ t;r. y e a r s o l d . d i e d s u d d f i . l y at natxl a n n u a l l y by tiome of the c h u r c l / i T : ' ' i O o ' c l o c k i h i s m o r n i i i K in I he i societies who are . c r n a l l y i n l e r c r - f i ; j P e n n . ' - y l v a n i a K.ai!road f r e i g h t odice. j in I h o w e l f a r e of our in:;h school and I . M r . C.ove. who was f r e i g h t age H for ! i t s p t i i d o n t s . : tho c o m p a n y a i M o u n t PLe isant. "These KocKnicii are i h e c h r s t i a u | stopped at the Scotldale office nacli ; Mothers, t h e C a t h o l i c Daughter.-! l i i v .Sodality, the H o l y \an\r. Social v a i n i ROBERT GOVE DIE!) SUDDENLY IN P. R R. OFFICE, SCOTTDALE Had Stopprd W h i l e on W ; i y 1» His D u t i e s for Conipai y A l 11 o t i n t 1'Ieusant. SECRETARY OF EVERSON COUNCIL j m o r n i n g h i s c h a i r p r e s u m a b l y He had mack He sat d o w n on a a n d f e l l over dead, a h e a r t a t l a c l r . Gove hail been an e m p l o y e of for -M) -ars. at K f - r s o n , wtus an i n j u r y to an arm w h i c h caused the e m p l o y e to be absent f r o m w o r k ! for several days. T h i s recxirfl luu; boon Ihe «i'e/ak\st. in t h e h i s t o r y of the Now j York C e n t r a l Lino* of w h i c h UK- P i t t s - ' V I S I I . office f r o m Mr. ihe, railroad c o m p a n y He WHS f r e i i r l i t ai, r ent S c o t t d a l f v and M o u n t I ' l e a s a n t in t u r n , i 5 y e a r s he had been s e c r e t a r y : nf t h e Kverson Council, h o l d i u · l l v - j j office at i h . t i m e - of hi.s d e a t h . F o r ' i m a n y years h. resided at Kverson. \\« are - r a t e I h i , i u c , M l t i v . - . . u n n i v o r s a r y of his f - n t r i i i ' e i - i d d r o w n e d , t ( w h i c h n u m - m , i t o M o l l J . O i , ) 0 ( . ' " : '~ hopf» s e v e r a l days ' l l : ) i tlioir p a t i e n t r a l l y , M o n t a i i h a n h o s p i t a l wc-ro Io«f b(?.-«i.nse | A f t e r t h e i r noon t i m e . t h e y could not be evacuated in FioiU-i' worker* from A v i g n o n expected before n i g h t f a l l . SCOUTMASTER WITT SEEKS WHEREABOUTS OF EX-TROOP 1 BOYS l ti e i ; r a f t V i phytiic.ians i" w e r e j ing b u l k - f i n : ' "The c o n d i t i o n of ! justice irf unaltered i - I l o ia comforl.allo and ors alia lido n e d a i l a^-o, o n l y to noe s n r p r l : - i i i R l y . v i s i t t i x l j s y M r . -·«ueii t h e f o l l o w - tho fonin r chief. .-iinr.'« y e s t e r d a y , to The l i l y ba.'Uile- w i l l not be recognized by the " r e g u l a r s ' 1 w h e n I hey V a i l w i t a i n t h e hand o f t h e l a w aijaiii \in\\ are )laced behind i f .o Ixirs. Kihvard Shaw, j a n i t o r a n d h a n d y - m a n a t the- City H a l l , bit; been b t u ; y ; w i t h a paint b r u s h and d i e i n u - c t o r . j Ciuicr the. direction of chief J o h n C. i W a l l t h e w a l l s a n d l i m i t : , o f die c e l l rxras ; :id tin; ceils i h e n s i - l v e s h a v e j i.Hen M 1 rubbed a n d s a i n t e d . The | plain pi ay color has !»· u b r i g h t e n e d ! w i t h a ! r i m u i i t i i ; of red. j SCOTT'S MIND FAILING, WARDEN WILSON ,3AYS PERRY TRADE BOARD VYILL MEET THURSDAY The P - ' r r y o p o l i s Hoard .1 T r a d e w i l l meet on Thursday ev Hal! at rcrryopolis scssion. A l l r n - m b e r - ; are preisont is m a t t e r s L»c broti; ht to t h e i r -nin;: at tor it.s K a r o l c i k ; ' s o ; n h l y l i n i | « i r r a j i c a c o a ' i o n . Special to The C o u r i c L'NIONTOWN, M a r c h -1.· -'Warden i Willit'.m \ \ ' i l s o n t h i s m o r n i n g prcsseut- ! eil a r-"tition before Judjje S. J o h n ' Morrow a s k i n g t h a t a coruni ssion be j appointed l o d e l f r m i u e t h i m e n t a l | condilion of John Scott, win pl.-ad;d i SiiiUy t w o mouths a.m l o h a v i n g ! i.trati};l«'d his aged a u n t , Mr. Wiruiia ·' Hertzotj, to de-ath. l i u t l i D i s t r i c t A t l o r u e y J. I and Attornt-y W. Cook McKi\ -ivl for Si-ott, we-rn in c u t i r l i« l i t i u n was prosont».-d. \Vuriloli Wil.-ion a v e r s t l i . t Scolt'.s incarcwutlon he ha nnmlstaboabiO' sisna of m-e il le-1'iora.tioii and a legal cot i should tx 1 - nanu'd to decide or not Scott, is insane. A p r o m i n e n t , f'ittsbtirn a! w i l l be. r e c a l l e d , t f t u t i t i o d dv h c . a r i n ^ w h i c h tollowod .Scot s K u i l t v plea, t h a t t h e k i l l e r h a d t h o i ic-iU;Uity i of a. nine-yew-old school 'xt . (aki^ a.moderate a m o i i n i ol' n o u r i s h - m-eut." Th(y do not now p r e d i c l j u s t when the e-nd w i l l corne. They j^xy o n l y he cannot survive. H i s c o m l i t i o n wa; so hopeful, le,ui.poraTily, ( l i a r , his son, j Robert A. T a f t , who presented his T H U S far i',2 i n v i t a t i o n s have been l fathp . r . s rKiii,'iiation I D I ' r - ' s i d r m t «ont out by Scoutmaster R. C. W i t t ot i lioovor, a.s Ctaief J u s t i c o just a m o n t h Troop 1. Boy 5c.ontri, for Ihe l - i l h l a g O , re-tiirnel last n i g h t lo C i n c i n n a l i a n n i v e i ' s a r y b a n q u e t on Friday, March 1 u , cotn ,, back here in a f e w d a s . J 4 , o.l t h e U n i i e d Brethren C / h u r c h , ! , b u t Mr. W i l t lias bee-n u n a b l e to learn th-e addre.sficn df a n u m b e r of former membert-i of UK- troop, some of whom are acaMo-red in o t h e r states. He , asked The Courier to p'.iblinb t h e ; n a n i B i;i the hope t h a t t h e y may be : located. PerHons whoso names a r e ! f f i v u n h e r e w i t l i or ])er«sons who k n o w i t h e i r whereabouts aro atiked to l e l f - phoue Mr. W i t t al S1IJ or w r i t e j i i m at. 1021 S o u t h A r c h street. l i i c l i i d e l among t h o s e who have not yet been located are- J o h n M a r t i n , Charles Spencer. Chat-lets Brown, C h a r l e s I ' l i l l o r m o r e , M e l v i n S l i l l - w a x o n . W i l l i a m C r a y . Lloyd Cray, SturHi 1 :- J i e k s o n . ,lacil» L. Seller:;, David C r a m e r , .fame.-: C a r p e n t e r , Riid A r t h u r JaeU-:on, KayrnotHl .Russell F r a n k s , J o h n , W i l l i a m l a c e , O d r y l l i r o i i i e r s . R u s s e l l A d a m s . Adams. u , c o u u - ····hen t i n ; since s h o w n a v e n u e , l i a s ILiml injured. A l b e r t Keain.-y of .lihrion e m p l o y e d al. the plan! of t h ; (Vip^uin Ulas.s ( , ' o m p a n y . Hiiiitainc-d u o n U i r i i o n M and a possible f r a c t u r e of (ho c i R l i t h a n d w h i l e al work (he-re e a r l v I hit; . mornint'.. He i.- in the. CoiincU.s-vill,. , I S U i l e Ho^iiital. FOUR NEAR DEATH IN RESIDENCE FIRE AT MOUNT PLEASANT S p e c i a l to The C o u r i e r . MOUNT PLKASANT, M a r c h 4.-H u s b a n d a n d w i f e a n d t w o c h i l d r e n n a r r o w l y eseape-d d e a t h Uiis m i r n l n K w l i e u fire g u t t e d Ihe h o m o ol! Mr. and Mrs. TMolro D i n l c o l u , in l l o v a r d street, destroying a l l t h e i r beloiigir.ijs. The e n t i r e l o w e r p a r t ol: Hns h o u s e was ablaze and the flames w e r e e a t i n g i n t o t h e u p p e r .section w h e n Mr. Dir.i- cola was a w a k e n e d by the n o i s o of the fire. If vva.s a b o i i i -1 o ' c l o c k an.'! SDUIC men were on t h e i r way u w o r k T h e y shoim-d to Diuic-ola. l i e and h's ''Vife each j/rabbed a c h i l d and tosso-ri t h e m out of a w i n d o w to the mi.'ii. T h e y tlieu junip«d to safety. w h e t h e r .Hiist, ii '·ing t h o The Weather b u r i r Lake M r i r - Railroad is a. subs i d i a r y , i t w a s n a l d . When I h o re-cord wn« c a l l e d to the a t t e n t i o n o f several C o u n e l l ^ v i l l e em- ploye.s of ( l i e B a l t i m o r e ,t Ohio Hail- road Company, they professed t h a t t h e y ha! never heard of a s i m i t a r a t t a i n m e n t and also expressed tho belief t h a t t h e D i c k o r s o n H u n w o r k m e n have established a w o r l d i c c o r d in the roundhouse. Conaidcrable. interest is manif.etil. by O n n e l l s v i J l a citizenry in the P i t t s - b u r g - fjiike ICrio Railroad Com-pany's activities al: Dlckereon K u n iruismtich an o n o - t h i n i of the employei-i are f r o m t h i s c i t y . The. r e m a i n d e r -- I w o - t h i r d n is supplied by tho Tri-Town Comtnun- ity and H i l l - r o u n d i n g districts. WILD LIFE THEME OF SPORTSMEN'S MEET HERE THIS EVENING A large t u r n o u t of sportsmen a n d t h e i r f r i e n d s is expected tonis'it for tho w i l d l i f e e n t e r t a i n m e n t .it The High School A u d i t o r i u m u n d e r the auspices of C o n n e l l s v i l l e C h a p t e r of the Fayette County Fish Game Protective Association. There w i l l be motion pictures and t a . l k s on tho great o u t d o o r s . Prixos Cor tho w i n n e r s in ( h e recent m e m - b e r s h i p conies! w i l l be a w a r d e d . There w i l l h e i n s l r u n i e i i t a l music, r s w e l l . A d m i t t a n c e ; w i l l b e b y m e m b e r s h i p ·ards. I f you do not h a v e one, you nay secure o n e from t h e sportsmen it the H i g h School b u i J d i n ; - . Hoy j -icouts w i l l h e g u e s t s a t t h e inoetinK, j . v h i c h c o n v e n e s p r o m p t l y a t S o'clock. | Sornt- year." ago he moved Io ;5i:oH- dale bin r e t a i n e d hi,s jiost aa : ecro- l i i r y of Ihe c o u n c i l of tho sulev bor- o u g h . It. w i l l he f o u r m o n t h s t o m i.-row s i n c e (ho d p a l h of hi.s w i f e . Several y e a r s ago Mr. Ciovcs .-i!Tnr- ed a stroke of p a r a l y s i s h u t . had f u l l y recovered f r o m i,h :! t, i t was sai' . S u r v i v i n g a r e eight c h i l d r e n -- J a v i d of Now Y o r k , C i l b e r t and Karl o" Det r o i t , lloheri of (Chicago, . K l i z u b e i h of S e w i c - U l e y , ( t o h e r t a t homo, Mrs. (ioorgc S t r i c k l o r a n d Mrs. Roherl ( i a l - lagher of Scottdale. Quo sister. Mrs. Mary H u m s , lives at Kvcrson. The body was; r n m o v e i l io .Korguson f u n e r a l homo. u s u a l n tho K n i g h t * of C o l u m b i a . f i l l t o t h e m f o r a d d i n g t to our school w o r k . j "The prize is c e r t a i n l y w o r t h t h e t'i- | fort. Tho o p p o r t u n i i y to win one of ! Ux-He medals i:; w i t h i n the reach of every h i g h school w l u d o n t w h o w i l l e x e r t h i m s e l f j u s t a l i l t l o more t h a n ho iri now doing. ll is the e a r n e d dc-.siro of Lhose who d o n a t e d I he medals, t h e pastors, i h . f a c u l t y , a m i th-e school leadeiv l l i i t every t-itudonf m a k e an honest endeavor t o w i n one of these moduli:. The- field is open." t h o TRUE BILLS RETURNED AGAINST MRS. SCHROEDER HER ACCOMPLICE RAY COLL'S PAPER MOVES INTO FINE HOME IN HONOLULU NliW CAHT1.K. March -(.-.Ji.rors for the t r i a l ol' Mrs. I r e n e Hc.hn cder and W. Glenn Du.gue, i n d i c t e d y^ste.r- clay hy a Lawrence c o u n t y g r a n d j u r y on charges of alleged m u r d e r , ;iutn- .slaughtor, a s s a u l t and battery and h i g h w a y robbery were being summoned today for service M a r c h 10, when the lirst of the two w i l l go on trial before J u d g e R. L. H U d e - b r a n d . Sixty persons have been empaneled h it it i.s ex pud fid t h a i - considerable d i f l i r u l t y w i l l be- experienced in p i c k i n g a, airy, due to the p r o n u n e n c o of the all Ked The C o u r i e r is in receipt, of a spec i a l e d i t i o n o f t h e H o n o l u l u A d v e r t i s - er, p r i n t e d F e b r u a r y 1 1 , m a r k i n c t h e opening o f i t s w o n d e r f u l n e w p l a n t a t ( h a t city. Of special i n t e r e s t in the p a p e r i:l l i o section d e v o t e d t o t h e - e d i t o r i a l stall. T h e c e n t r a l f i g u r e I K t h a t o f j Raymond S. Coll. who was i f n » f i r s t j c i t y editor to o c c u p y a do;k on The 1 Connor. Mr. Coll left t h i s p a p e r lo I become m a n a ^ I u s e d i t o r of I h e f o r m e r ! I ' i t l s b u - r K Dispatch and f r o m UX.MV i went to the H a w a i i a n I n l a n d s lo t a k i j his present position w i t h t h e A d v e r t i s - er. He is manag-iiiK e d i t o r . O t h e r f a m i l i a r faces i n t h e g r o u p , are thoso- of h i s son, i U i y m o n d Coll, Jr., who worked i n the s p o r t s do- p a r l m o n l o f t h i D i s p a t c h , a n d " H i l l " Peel, a u t h o r of "Treat 'K m Hough," once a Dispatch feat.ur*'. Th« younger Coll Is m a r i n e e d i t o r a n d Peet is sports editor. R a y m o n d C o l l , Kr., is a brother of Dr. H. J. C o l l of t h i n c i t v . Separate i n d i c t m e n t s were rclu, ned. Tho defense c o u n s e l , w h i c h had ' wished them f r i e d t o g e t h e r , w i l l iave ! no option. ' FORMER TROTTER BOY ENLISTS IN NAVY Board of Trade Directors Meet Friday Evening L e w i s - N a u y of N a t r o n a , f o r m e r ! · j t Trotter, on M o n d a y was s e n t i o ih'-' United States . \ a \ a i T r a i n i n u s t a i u n es, Hi., to b e i / i i i hi.s t'l'i-. r- I'nliei' Rec-i ver I ' i v c A u f o s , Conne-ll.-ville ' i t y police recovered fot:r a u t o m o b i l e s .stolen w i t h i n t h e c i i y l i m i i . d n r i r ? : i h e m o n t h of Feb- r u a r y . A f i f t h e; r. stolon at Sc-ottdale. jecovei act Mostly c l o u d y and w a r i i H - r toni's and Wj-dne.sday is; tho noon W ' - a l h foreciisi. for Woiit.ern T e u n s y l v a n i a . Temperature JKcconl. M a x i n m m M i n i m u m A mefctini', of t h e d i r e c t o r s of loan! of Trade w i l l be held Friday v o n i i i f ; a t w h i c ' h t i m e reports o f a l l onuniU-ees of i ho t r a d e body . . w i l l be oeeived and reviewed. The roa.dH c o m m i f t e - e m e e l s on ' h u r f i d a y e v e n i n g and ho! Ii Ihe added i d u s t r i o f j and homo i n i i i s t r i c j groupc, re w.:tJ\'e t h i e week. at. Great year J t e wan ouli.sii.'d l..y (.:hiiu r s. S. 11 ps and was a|)provfd by (be a u t h o r i t i e s a t t h e euli.stinu; head' the. j tt , r!i jj, p j u s b u r s w h e r e lie was fin a 1 exa uiiiial io n.s. i PUBLIC SCHOOLS NOT TO TAKE PART IN STUDENT PATROL The p u b l i c schools w i l l n o t p a r t i c i p a t e i n i h r s i i i d - o n i police m o v e m e n t w h i c h h a s been i i K i i i K u r a t e d h e n - b y Chief of Police J o i n ) C. W a l l . T h e m a i l e r w a s s u b n i i i u d t o a n i e e t i n j ; . -of I h e Hoar,! of t v i u c a l ion al a si i-'.jion h e l d l:ii-:| e i v e i i i i i u , and it. \\'t\a u a-"Sf.'i-'i any of th-e la-:!-. of p a t r o l l i n g d» t e r i i i i n e d ( l u l s t u d e n t s to i h .street, cri js.-iin ^,s. 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