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MOXDAY, MAKL'H U), DAIL.Y COURIBJl. CONNELLHVILL 3, PA. PAGE SEVSN. RAMSAY HIGH GYM WILL BE OPEtejUESDAY Mount Pleasant and Hurst Hiph School Basketball Teams Will Meet. GRID PRACTICI BEGINS 1VU R. 17 Special to The Couiler. VTOUXl PI.KASA7JT, March W.-- On Tuesday Evening the Mount Pleasant High basketball team will open the new Ram nay High School gym when It meets Hurst High toasers. Saturday the board of education inspected the building The heating system wan turned over, and before another week the entire building will like! be Conch Clifford O. Single) has called for sprlnK football pi acrid for March 17. He v.111 have five of the regular 1'ani from laH year who n i l l be back in school for iho 193-0 season. An al- moHl entire new hackfleld must be btitH. also H line. There \ v i l l bo some promising material out fo.- the spring t r a i n i n g , and the probabilities are I hat «ome of the newcomers will even Ri-t borth.' on the 15130 team. W. W. Washabaugh, has again been appointed on the athle-tic board to represent the- citizens and J. A. Sheppard ilu* school ^oard. Both these rren are active worV era. Vetflinn Leaves Hospital. John B,iker, 83 yoarb old, of Tai r. who was admitted to th Memorial Hospital oarly last w.M»k after being stiuck by an uutomobilo at Tarr, was discharged from the hospital yesterday M i . Baker Buffered lacerations, of the hctd So far as is known Mr Baker Is the only living survivor of An dot-son ville prison iu this community. Dtiuffht«r Born. Mr. and Mrs. William Porter of Oreenaburg announce the birth of a daughter ;it the Memorial Hospital on Saturday. Mrs. Porter lefore her marriage was Miss Kdnu Klingon- smlth Fox. To Tell of Work in South. On St. Patrick's Day, March 17, Rev Victor C. Dotty, who ha? spent 14 years in the South, w i l l be at tha He- X'nlon Presbyterian Church and tell of his wot k. Member Cnm»sj Sunday. A meeting of the every -member can- vaas teamH held at the lie-Union Preit- bytertan Church yesterday after the rooming service. The CUUVMSS will be held next Sunday afternoon. Aid Society to Meot. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Cnfitod Bn-thren Church will hold its rgul«r meeting at the church on Tuesday evening. Father, Son in H«spitul. Ray I'btr of Shupo street was tul- mttto.! the Memorial Ik'spltal for t i f»atiiK"iit. His son. W i t l i f i m L'bfr, iias boeii a patie'it thor* lor home ; i i n u Other evvs. Burrell Cooper of Rutf.silaie was admitted to the Memorial Hospital foi treatment. Miss Margaret Haas, who had boon Mailing w i t h Miss Florence Keller at Detroit, and \vlth her aistei in Pittsburg has re-turned to her home. \ls« Klizubetb SoJiindle of U n i t y \ i s i t e d friends o v e r t h e week-end. T,yals Mou Is, lineman for the Western Union Telograph Compmiy, who had been In the hospital for several \\eeks, suff-i!ng w i t h Jin Infected hand and a carbuncle on his ne',k, wus dis- harg(! fix-in t h a t I n s t i t u t i o n on Satin day evening. Mrs. Besde I r w u i and daughter o! Rochester. Pa., former residents of this place, spent the week-end with friends lie-rj. MlsH Belio Welnberg wan a Con- vibltor on Thursday. Honesty Brings Reward Police Com- mintdoaei Grover Whalea, New York City, giving a firc-tbouatnd- dollar reward to Clodomiro Ruiz, an honest taxi driver, who returned a bag he- found in his cab. The bag contained jewels worth $45.000. With the reward Ruit plans to tike hia sick wife to * farm in Porto Rico, where tu hopes she wilt regain her health. Haitian Commission Suggests Plan to End Republic's Troubles By tIARRV W. KRANTZ 1* inted Press Staff Correspondent. HINCHE, Haiti, March 10. -Four major proposals to solve tho Haitian controvert}' have beeu mado bv tho Hoover in'Vftitigating commiseU n, approved by President Hoover, and accepted in principle by native Ir-ade-rs on both sides. Offlco of the- American high commissioner to Haiti will be ab lishe3 and ihe ooinmiosioner will !') replaced by a regularly appointed diplomatic minister. A new United States-Haitian treaty will bo negotiated. A "neutral" president, accept, ble to both fcides, will be elected provl ional- ly by the council of state, at 1 in ex- phatiou of President L,ui« Burno's term in May. An early popular election of n legislature will be held, a f t f r whl h the legislature will choose .1 pr«^ilent for a regular term of office. Thus the commission has r*co, r ni7,od the principal potntu of Issue b'oui;ht up by eroon r tiintM sit-ainHt the- Moi no regime, and conceded to tho mam contentions of the Haitian government's opposition, "Tho President's commiselon ha") that tho various «l« r nent/t organize a KFOUP of delegatos factory to t)iemt,e!vos, and dec somo noutral "unlldato satisfactory alto to President Homo, who vouM then receive their vote* aad also be elected regularly li. e. by the council of stated)'" cays the eommtesion'e stateme-nt "The president thus choson will call a popular elwtlon at the earliest possible date ami present his resignation to t h n new legislature so that it will elect a prei.ident for tbe regular torm," the statement continued. "This plan has the approval ot President Hoover and ha* bften accepted in principle by both Haitian sides. The detalln have not beon worked o u t . "Tho commission ha« no randidatfl to |)rosont." The commission is hopeful that the popular election - w i l l have been heW nnl tho now regime installed within threo moiithfi after the expiration of Borno's) term. Th«« far, it will b« noted, the com- misijion had dealt only w i t h the immediate politlcnl crisis, and hftfl forra- iilutd no fchenie 'ir e n d i n g occupation of the country by American Marines Among- those smge«tel for provisional president '« Kklauard Euteve-, president of the Haitian Chamber or Commorce, Edmund De liesphiaese, oldest i lawyer in Haiti, is also prominently mentioned, as is Kmmanuel Btheart, preeWe-nt of the supreme court. SPORTS GLEANINGS J .Skoets Skone-nry, Iunbar Township forward, had to have a front tooth pul)o(J several hours before th« gam? with Moneesen. HoWovor, tbi0 did not prevent him from giving a good account of himself while In action, The tooth had }e«n bothering him but \w physician In Connellttvllle did not hink 1t would have to eomo out. However, a restless niglrl and a similar forenoon and Skeetz decided on so'iio action and he had it jerked out. · · · i , '1 he basketball champions!}! hop\»« of the University of fttttsbuig wont tumbling into obscurity atjMorpa.ii- town on Saturday nlghf ·wlh 311 th« Mounita!n*ers stopped Cltarliey Ityatt and his tcaniamtos with a 3JJ-25 decision. The ganw was the second defeat of the yer for Golden Pantheru. · * * George Susce, yoting catcher from Pittaburg, in training with the Philadelphia Nationals, was the flrs'c baseball casualty of ' Uie season. He sustained a fracture of the left shoulder when struck by a foul tiy and will be laid up lor two vweka. i · * · Undontown -will finish its participation in the W. P. I. A. League elimination series tomorrow evening at Pltt/i- burg, meeting the Moneanon Ht£h School. At least, that in the gonoraJ opinion ot all those vrhc\ saw Mot'.es- B«n in action against Dunbar Township. J. H. Hout of Mill Grove, u former ronident of thus pla e, attended the ot lii» nephew, Homer Mc- \Y-eiitberg of U n l o u t o w n Crack«u. Louis at hlh home 01 or the wek-end. Body Taft Will Lie in State in Rotunda Capitol ' l o u t l i ucd from One d e n t and Justice lies- in death, to comfort his widow. She ivas reported to be betvrlng up w d l under her grief. An honor w i l l he paid the former Praklent in laying lus b^Jy in state in the Capitol. O n ' y Pnbi- dents who have died In olttee hitherto have had th a rec ignition Mr. TuCt. will share tUltt honor with Lincoln, Gaitlcld and Ilardlnp and the I n k n o w n Soldici, Harding was tho i-iht to Ho in the Capitol He r«ce' /ed t h e hom.igo of thousands of cltiz»i.s \ \ l i o passed In a c o n t i n u a l l i n e bi-i'oio bis, casket on ,i humiU, sweltering Aniuist day n 1923. Tiie body of Taft w i l l be taken to th« Capitol tomotrow moraine, escorted by a squadron ot cavalry bike a m i l i t a r y chieftain, he will be borne on u f l d g - i l i n p e c l caisson from t h e home to t h e Capitol, aloiu a lotitr ho licUl w u l K f ' t t o f t e n lit t ceo it ye,us in a u tft'oit U b i t s t u i n liH f u i l m t ; health. The body ' v l l l ho in state i i o m !i A. M. u n t i l uoou After the fapiily and close friend*- Uav«» passed the casket the gr«'at doois w i l l be t h r o w n open to ( h e public Thp casket \vili lit- carried into the l o t u n c l a b fcur 11011- rommissione i men of the At m and f o u r from I h 1 Navy A duard of honor veterans and others will parade down Pennsylvania avenuo to the C i p l i o l and ewcort the body to All Souls U n i t a r i a n Church f o r t h e f u n e r a l scr\ice by Ir U. G 13 Pierce, who was, Taft's pastor Tho ,ei vlcea w i l l be bioadcast f r o m 1 40 to J.S5 o'clock .lustier-- (t the Supreme Co irt will act as lion n a r y pallbearers. Taft w i l t be the only ox-Prc; ulpnl to be buried In Arlington. Tht sitp selected yesterday by h!s t « o ^ons, Charles P. and Robert A. T a f t , s on a hillside near the tomb of tht son of another ex-President, Robert Cotltl Lincoln. It is about a mile nort leas' of the tomb of tho I'nknown So dier William J e n n i n g s Bryan, * horn Taft defeated for the Presidency In 1908, is buried in Arlington. Mourning for the 27th President and 10th Chief J u s t i c e will be i otetl by firing of salutes at military IKMMS all over the land at the timo th« funeral ceremonies begin here. Tho tiulet ( e m o t o r y hore will j a v e r b - r a t e to tho echo of 21 g u n s , the presi- d e n t i a l salute, ft out Fort Myer ne.u-by, w h e n the funeral procession entois the sates. Among those who called at t h e Taft home j e s t e r d a y w e r e Mrs "Woo'liow Wilson, whoso hubband died In 1921 in the home just around the corner from tho Tuft residence; Secretaiy of Treasury Mellon, Speaker Longworth of the House, Mrs. Edward F Giitin, Kister of Vice-President Curtis, and Chat-leu MacVeagh, former amb ssa- clor to Japan. There was a continual paiad of automobiles through the duiftt street, which slowed up for curious passengers to gel a glimpse of the house. As the Nation paid homage, to tho former Chief Justice, tho bod of Associate Justice Terry Sitniford, who died Saturday morning, was Tieai'liiR Knoxvtlle, Tenn., where it -will be interred tomorrow. His body left Washington late ves- terday, accompanied by several associates ot the Supreme Court ivho w i l l a t t e n d brief f u n e r a l today and r e t u r n heie for the linal riti-s Mi T u f t . Thrasher and Cralaj Martin, was de featcd by Uunhar'i, negative team K; Idav evening at Perryopolls. Roth teani'i were excellent. J. K. Stlmmel at ted as chairman Mr. and Mrs. J. V Ridour, Miss Km- mu Cook and P. 0 Luce motored to Pittsbuig Thursday evening to n«e the _ Duubar-Moneasen gamo. TUey returned home the same ulght. Mrs. Kred Baker, who has been a patient a t " the Unlontown Hospital for several \ve-cks was teraoved from there to the home of her daughter, Irene, of Uniontown. Hods Arrested nt WASHINGTON, March 10.-- While tiujusunds listened hero last night to addresses of s y m p a t h y for co-rellgion- Ists in Russia, representatives of the Communist party were arrested outside of flu* b u i l d i n g for handing out leaflets upholding tho Soviet program. CliissliioiJ AdTortlseinents Bring results. Try them. The Day's News At Dawson tot Perryopolis PERFlYOPOUS. Standard Uearera ( o n j . s i l i i K ot 1" Navv a n d Marine Corpi men «'l! be rif allpd at March 8 - Tim of the Methodist Episcopal C h u r c h held a meetim, .it the home ot Mrs. E. I, RaniHlcr. ThoBo who attended were Anna M u l l e i , Mary Catherine K a h n a n , Ho My anil Rhen I 5 aye A delli OUR Kathleen BuMermore, Stiu U and Mar% M a r t i n Special to Th« Courier. DAWSON, March 10.--Word ha« been received here of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gallagher of Scottdale. They formerly lived in Lowsr Tyrone townahip. Mr«. Gallagher was formerly a tpaihor at the Cunningham School In Lower Tyrone township. Malcolm McDonald ha« returned to hts home in Moundtvllle at'tev n few I days' visit w i t h his Bister and brother, 1 Mrs. Bee«on Joseph and William McDonald. ! Miss Terefisa Gaal. u nurse in training at Mercy Hospital, 1 spent the- w«tk-eml \sith hot- Mr. uiut MIH C h n r l i r i J. Gaal, N o r t h IJuwuon iCvangelistic services are being held Ml« week at the Methodist Episcopal C h u r c h every evening except Sattir-i day. j There wo« uo school In Room No. I ROCKWQOD CAGERS WIN TWO GAMES FROM HOOVERSVDLLE HIGH ROOKWOOD, Marcb. 10--The boys and girla banketball team* of the Rockwood High School triumphed over Hoover«vlll8 on the local rx{jrt«, th« Varulty taking a 39--19 tally while f.h« laseie* chalked up an If.--3 decision It was the closing game of the regular schedule for the Rockwood boye who will participate in two tournaments in the near fture, on-e for the Claws B honors in Dtetriut No. B and another for the Cla«« A title. The Hne-up of the boy« game. IU»ckwootl~SO HooTersTlll6--19 White , _ F lx»Uh«r Kruger _. K Orban i/«arfoss C , Shaffer Ktninaoll -,,, . O ,, _ Miller Zufall _ G M u r p h y Subertitutions--Haker foi ZuJall, Boyv-i for Miller. Kleld goals--White 6, Krti^ei. Zrair- fo«» 2, Klmmel 9, Orban 2, Shafler S. Foul goale--Kruger 4, Bukoi 1, Orban 1, Letcher 3, Shaffer 3 Refer* e--Lowlss. Th« line-np of the girle' / i a m * - RorJrwood--IS. HooT*r«Tllle -il 35. MoVlcker -. F PenlcK Xoarfons F ... "Dull Ltvengood C _. ,, Bosdv ak H u r n w o r l h - SO ,, ,, _ _ Marshal! Hpeicher _ . O Bunttaj 1 Jt. McVJcker O Twlgf SubstHutlonfl-- Miller for Spelcber, CJrove for Zearfoss, Corrtetan for Durnworth, Bracken for R, McVlckor, haffer for Ponick, Cu*t«r HOT Dull, HalUvr for Bosdyak, Berkebil* foi Mttrehalt, H. Sunday for Sunday, 1'enlck for Twlgu. Field goahs--B. McViekor 4, Zear- foas 3, Poul goals--E. Mc\"1rk«r 3, Z«r- foa« 3, Pontck 1, Dull 2. Iloferee--I^wia PERRYOPOLIS WINS OVER FAYEHE CITY IN DUCKPIN MATCH Perryopotls Iwwlera defeated the Fayotte City team in a match on the L A. Brown allejs, piling up a margin of 141 pins. The scores: FAYETTK CITY , ISO 1,66 A Vales Davis ~ R Till . K. Pick Curry .. Totals 143 ._ 01 . -- ....193 128 157 100 138 111 152 125 121 126 473 392 425 812 4V7 Flanigan .. ,, Km has H2 W t n t o r h a l l e r 187 Yorkisoil 96 Snycler ..- .157 ,705 88!) PEKJIYOPOLIS. ,. ,,.,,,, . .127 J7t 139 140 215 HO 665 2059 157 117 146 116 1.11 Totals ...70S 805 4. iG 4 1 8 4,.'! 4:!8 2200 Indians Killed hy Liquor. DBVILS LAKK, N. B,, March 10.-Four Sioux Indians are dead and three others ai o in a serious condition from drJnking what oflinliils was poison liquor at a dance rffft this simple V-^jtft fit-.--*»-._*·«« ft. w 1 control Ironer -No practice necessary! mm m pB%jr FINGERTIP CONTROL EASY IRON E R 5 NEW in ease of operation, speed and value! A mw day in ironing it hw«--you h«v* only to try th« new EASY to reilice thst iroaintf drudgery a radcd forever. You lit comfortably and just fuiile the work through while the EASY i^pli** adequate pretnir* to pr*dux tbct lovefy sheen you like la IMV« taut that !· to hard to gel by band ironing. Finger-tip control -- Utter iroaiatf than provided by any other rotary ironer-- extra heat at the open end where it it VMcdcd moit -- aitnple device ttops or start* ironing roll under pressure for prMtilnl pleat*, troiueri, etc. -- these are but a few of the many advantage! of the new EASY. Come in to iron a few pieces yourself Yon will be «iton!«heJ to *ce what beautiful woric you will do the very firtt time you try. Bvan a ten-y»ai"-old child could do most of · Vanity ironing tbi« better way. No backache ---yoor w«rk done in OM-tiurd the time re- |*lr«d by band. Coma in -- learn how much HASY ironiiyE will mean to you. Small amount down-pay as you iron J TleNEwEA5Y2 Wringer Post IRONER Attache* to any EASY wringer-type washer. By tuing the waiher motor you gave $35. Hat *!l full automatic advantage-), yet ia priced at letii than half the coit of other au'ornatic ironeril See thia won* ·tcrful bargain --try i t -- t o d a y I Complete Home furnishers ANYONE CAN IRON FASTER AND EASIER TIUS NEW EASY WAY, iOAL and COKE tlonnellsville coking coal, 1'OtJi ram of mine and lump, Gas Coal, Lump and Nut SUe. oke, Nut and I^arge Sizes Consolidated Cod Supply Co. Yards on B. 0. and P. K. B. Phones 1700 and 15. FINEST DAILY INOON TO 11P.M. UNIONTOWN-PHONE1932 - WEEK OF MARCH 10 [ PIONEER. | SOUND Ti4 JM RE Matinee ENl'ORCING DOG LAW SWELLS STATE FUNDS H .RRISBURO, March 10.--In spite ot t ie fact that the purpose of five Pen, cylvanla Dog Law is not prl- mar ly to raise revenue, ite bnfoi-ce- men by the Bureau of Aiumal In- du«t y, Pennsylvania Department of Agiri :ulture, has brought it within tho aagc of the large revenue product ig 18*8 of th« Commonwealth, acco 'rtlng to a statement on the wor! for the past year. "P-ellminary figures covering Uio reau ts of the enforocment lor the calei dar year ot 192!) indicate that the reve me will amount to approximately $670 WO, 1 ' the Bureau reports. "Of this miount about ?4!,0UO In fines was collated through prosecution brought by Fureau agents. "0 *«r $508,000 Individual dogs were llcenied; this being tho highent n u m - ber ver licensed in the Sta^e, Tltrso flg-urs do not include the dogfi licenced, nor revenu« prodticpd lu Phlli delphia, Pitlaburg or Scranton. "T i« Bureau has always endeavored 1o ei I'orce the law in tho interest of U v w ock anil dog owueis as well a«i} n i l o hers concerned i H l h e r t h a n a-t H r»vei tie iiieaHuro, f t e,\|iec(« to eon- t l n m t h i n sane and vigilant merit " Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday What a Picture! What a story 1 The stars of "Tbe Cock-Ryed World" and "Sunny Side Up" guarantee you the greatest screen e xtertainnient of the year! FOX.KOXT MOTDSTONE SPECIAL "HAPPY DAYS" With Janet Oaynor, Charles Parrell, Victor Mct«i»- len, El Rrendel, Dixie Leo, Edmund ],owo, Sharon I / y n n and doze:\s of othcj s. AVuh music by George Olson and h's Orchestra. Most colorful, tuneful show the screen has even known. First time in this district 1 Thursday, Friday, Saturday Htio It is -- while U is- sl!!l enthralling crowds in New York at $2 prices! The magic voice of "l)if=raeli" in ono of the Rreatest plays .f all lime, GEORGE: ARLISS --in-"THE GREEK! G O D D E S S " A powerful drama of an Eastern Hajah who seeks to wreak a terrible vengeauct on two man and a woman who cross his will! A Warner Bros Vitaphone fill-talking sensation! ****+****·*++·*** e*****-**-****-**^ AMOK AtfIY K V f i K Y MTK AT 7 P. St. MIDNIGHT SHOW EVERY SUNDAY on Fridny, UH Principal U. s. Means \va« ahcent attnedm^ an tKlucational meeting at Hrrisburp. i Tho Dlckeraon UUP bowling team is! finally rounding into coiulition toi ' the e l i m i n a t i o n mat( h of T h e f n ' l i n l i M M Pi rsHTMH n ' ' '"* ^ 4! noon nil of i o f t i oinix'.M from « ' i r t m u n f i r i e HIP Now a t a e t o i "I i h r j l u m l t w a n tt\ veil by tho ho«ttp«» I York ( V r l r a l f.inef .1 Tho V o u c h IV' ho ( t i-| t \- | M r - P o r i j K i m K t \ l i l p n » p r t a i n the ! D i v i s i o n hoys wcppet to m a k n r pr-mil m e n u n !'-· « h n i V ' I I I I R " U o t i i f i i i s M i s s l o n a i Hoi ° t v s h o w i n g t h i s yar I n UIP »frt(s of rleuti i! her homo nt»x( T h u r s d a y e v p r l n g P » t l * v ' ^ n fl^ f rm H X-o ^t"*n^ AT *-r^ e Cochran « ; « a r p c ? n l Feen-a-mlnt is the answer. Cleansing action of smaller doses effective because you chew it. At your druggists-the safe and scientific laxative. peenamint FOR CONSTIPATION On« D«Mul In ! K k v V A K K , 0, March 10.---; 'Tlionpson, 11, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson was killed, and ier two sisters pi obably f a t a l l y kcui- In th« Loluums of The JACOBS CREEK MAN FILES COUNTER TO FERRY FIRM SUIT liARHISBUHG. March J U -W 11. Williams, Jacol'K Creek, a trustee for Ihe Jacobs Creek luipriivcmont Association, y o s t P i d a y tiled a counter om- plalnt with the Public- Service ( l om- ml-«io)i B R a i n n t t h a t previously filed i n t r a- t i n Jncol-n Crei'lv KOI ry Comp a n y The com pin In I ntutcMl t l i . i l FiukriH «l)«rHte« s "Bky fpi 1 r" inr t r u i m p o r t a - p p r j u r . tloit of persons aci-cfew the Yough- Hlvor at Jacobs Crenk, West- moreland county, laying claim t ( p r p o r n t e :lght« w h i c h grant him th* i v f t u » i i \ n rinlu u tiuiiHport persons uros.s ii pottioti ol th? l i v e r In ami H U n o u n d l i t j ; Jaiobx Creek. 11 wae oa tliase ( o r p n r u t e r i g h t s th"t Pai-kas i based MH complaint to the public seivfc 1 * commistfion againsf the operation of a loot bridge at Jacobs Creek 1))' the- J a c o l h Crei-k Improvement AB- aoclatlon. I I Is f u r t h e r contended in Hatur- (!»·,'« ( o n i ) i l n l n t Dial Ihe.sP corporate o r i K i n . i l charter l u u l i i f f becouio n u l l .mil \ o u l and t h a i K f i i k a H I H V - i laim (o (lipw l i j r h t h l) doi*i|i, fr«tti and For thi'sc r«M««onf the tiio tii*mi«ifu.i ol complaint.

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