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March 11, 1930

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'ITESDAY, MARCH 11, 1930. THE DA[LY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE HAITIAN CHIEF REPUDIATES PACT WITH COMMISSION; T)rastlo Action May lie ] sury to fJno Up President IJorno. FEELING RUNS HIGH IN ISLAND FOR QUICK, HARMLESS COMKKCC ChildnnCtyfwIt rat oomnwincn,wMiRHEA,reviRiit wtss By ItAnUY W. I'RANTZ t ' n i t c i l Press Stalf Corn spondent. CAPR HAITIKN, Marcli 11.--Resistance of Luis IJorno to the political agreement for reformation ot hia government, to -which he already had as- eented, may force the Hoover commission to deal sharply with the Haitian president. Borno's refusal to Issue n public acceptance ot the agreement which he had privately endorsed brought the negotiations to a critical stage today, with gra\e fear that public disorders may result from what is termed his "evasion" of the pact. The commission takes the firm position that Borno's word wae given, and reports that he had sent out sta'e- ments to his department prefects, t h r o u g h 1he interior ministry, misinterpreting the main clauses of the agreement, came ne a distinct shock to the Americans. Brigadier General John H., Russell, the Amoiican high commlseloner, it «aid to h.ivo mado the strongest rep-| refutations to Borno, only to find the) Haitian executive unyielding. Following an exchange of telephone imiiwages with General Russell, the commission me-t on board f h e U. S. S. Ro(hester, upon its arrival last night. It k reported t h a t the commission is now considering stronger action, tantamount to an ultimation. In hfa lelegram to the prefects, the minister ol the interior denied the plan proposed establishment of a provisional government, as announced by the commibslon, and claimed that no legislative elertlona will be held until January 30, 1932. When ii* 1 ws of this development reached tho leaders of Borno's opposition, tho commission began receiving telephone calls and messages expressing »ho gravest concern over IKxsdible national reaction to Borno'a attitude. Text of the government s telegram to the prefects was reported here as lollows: "It 1s false t h a t a provisional government will bo formed as agitators are t r y i n g to make the people believe. Tho presidential elections will take place Apr 1 11, by the council of state, ami President H j r n o w i l l not leave tlve national palace- u n t i l next May 1». Here you have the «xaet t r u t h , \ \ h l c h mu-t be understood by the p o p u l a t i o n "WiiJ» I'f'Kar-! to the legislative clec- nons, thej w i l l not take- place before the nearest date nxel by the constitu- iiono whii-h is J a n u a r y 10, 1932." The Hoover con:mlK«ion learned earlier in the Uy, lx;i re leaving the \ t d i \ i i of Ilinclu 1 , t h a t IJorno apparently was ev.ulirig or nualntor;ireting the plan Company E Makes Good Showing at / Its Inspection No More Gas In Stomach and Bowels If you wt«h to be permanently r«- H»ved of gna In «tom«ch and bowel*, take Baalmann'ji Caa Tablets, -. 'h!*jfc are prepared especially for atrrmach ffa* nnd nil tho bad effect* resulting from go» preaauro, That empty, gnawlni feeling af the pit of the atomach will dlapt*ar; that anxloua. nirvous feeling with heart palpitation will vanish, and you will again be able to take a deep breath without din com fort That drowsy, sleepy feeling after dinner will be replaced by a dealte for entertainment. Bloating will erase. Your llmbt, nrma and anger* will no longer feel cold and "go to «leep" be- cauae Baalmann'a Oaa Tableta prevent S aa from Interfering with tha clrcula- lon. Get the genuine. In the yellow pack* age, at any good drug atora. Price tl. Always oil band at CONNELLSVILLE DRUG CO. Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, March 11.-The annual Federal Inspect on ot Company E, 110th Infantry, tooK place at tho armory last evening, v 1th r3 men on the floor, 1n charge- of First Lieutenant Ted Smith. A most creditable showing was made and Lieutenant Smith congratulated hi ..company. ' Captain E. M. Lilly of tlio Kegular Army and Franklin P. Hallar state Inspector, held the Inspection Tito company has as guests Colonel Aiken, CapUln Goodrich and L i e u t e n a n t Gallagher of Washington, P a , aptain Potts and Lieutenant. King ot f . r e p n s burg and Captain Robert Sprii ?er ot! llonessen. The Captain James A. Zundell Post medal for the best appearing wldior on the floor d u r i n g Inspecttoi went to First Class Private Fraucis J. Blaney. The Legiou medal v-ill IK given each year. St. Patrick Tarty. The Tuxis CHb of the- Rr Union Presbyterian Church held a v e r y enjoyable St. Patrick's party it the church last evening. There was a program, with four selections b · Pi of. J. H. Gambles' string ensemble vocal solos by Sally Albrtf ht'and It" omary Cooper and duets b Ruth ,i'i! 'Slslo Berenak nnd Wllllaj} and Jos"»phlne Moon; zylophone selection, b} Florence Boyer; lite of St. Pa-tri :k, by Violet Lemmon; talk by Mrs S. ('. Stovecson; whlstlnfg solo, Ilnt-iei: B Ross; stunt, "Humpn Ford," liy tho Tuxls girls; numbers by tho Tux s Band; piano solo by Mary Hur.'t Mis.. William Randolph ^ad charge of thy program. Tne soetal rooms of tho church were decorated in keeping with St. Patrick's Day and the favors were ot St. Patrick color. Th girls had a caudy booth. A stiver o f f e r i n g was taken to help the club nv»et its budget for' tho year. Refres! menu were served, w i t h tho Tuxis g rls an a committee in general. Fire Interrupts Funeral. The funeral service for 1-dwaid Witt, who died very suddenly at h's home In Smithfleld street last Friday morning, was held at the C h u i c h of God yesterday afternoon. M: Witt was a fireman, having tho good of tho department always in his mint! so it would seem but a part of th · lant r!i.-es that a lire alarm shounri n u n d , with an out of town signal just as tho firemen were attending the ti.neral. The Second Ward members w e r · pallbearers. Other firemen answer 'd tbo call, to Roektown, where a roi f was afire. The lire was extinguishpo when the firemen arrived. Other News, TCdwln Xoss, son of Mr. anc Mr». J o h n Nois, u n d e r w e n t a thro.it pera- tion at the Memorial Hospital % ester- day. Miss Eva Timothy, in charge f f tlie maternity department at the Mi Ket'fc- port Hospital, a former nlglil HI per - intend-ent at the Memorial H o t p i l a l , visited with Miss Mabel SHvls it tho hospital yesterday. Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, March 11--Mrs. Clara Vaughn left Saturday for Somerset to spend a short visit with friends. Mrs. John Collins IB ill at her homo at Meadow Run. Fred Ho-itetler wW is employed by tho tfell Telephone Company out of Uniontown spent tho week-end with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hoe- teller, hero. Warren Fullmer Is on the slclc list. Galen Fi y of Farmington wan a caller in town Monday. Prank Gleaaon of. CluUk Hill was a visitor lu Ohiopyle Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Burkholder of Mill Run were callers in town Monday. Lewis Morrison left Monday morn- Ing for Uniontown to epend the week as a Juror. O. R. Jackeon of Uniontown was a business caller In Ohiopyle Monday. II, K. Fullmer resumed his duties as B. O. agent after aa abeonee of a week s-ervlng as a Juror in Uniontown. Mr. and Mna. f. J. Raffprty anI son Fred, Jr., of Connellsvllle spent Sunday In Oh-opyle with Mi-. Raffertys mother, Mrtt. Elizabeth. Easterly. Union ie\ival meetings began in the Baptist Church Sunday evening. Rev. Frank Wort man i-» In charge. Monday night Rev. Kooser was present, and both tDlnla-ters will «crv during the meetings that are to '-ontlnue for ·everal weeks. Epidemic Strikes Uundhf's Banks. IXN'DON, March tl.--Twenty-two persons in Mahatma Gandhi's uolloge of devotees ut Sararamatt have been ·tricken by smallpox, and three are tietul Oral Vote Will Be Used in Choosing County School Head Special ti The Courier/ UNIONTOWN, March 11.--On Tuesday, April 8, or less than n montti distant, Fayette county school dlrixitoni will meet in the municipal 'building auditorium to ballot for a ' ( o u n t y wuperincendont of schools to succeed John S. Can-oil, who will retire from the office the flret Monday in July. While the date has been set I)/ law and was announced eorne week . ago, It was not until yesterday that t r ie official call for the meeting ot directors was sounded. The aeeeiou will convene at 1 o'clock and with a number of candidates neeklng the office; It Is expected that at leaet two or more ballots will be necessary lieforo any one aeplrant to the- office can poll the necessary majority. The voting will be orally with tho directors voting by dtetrlct in alphabetical order. A movement was instituted last etimmer to have the -voting done secretly, but a bill which was diecuseed never was pa^eed anl the old law providing for oral ballot will be u?«d.' To be sure of election it will be neeesenry for one candidate to receive 102 or more votes. There are 102 directors In the county eligible to vote. Directore in ConuellevtUe, Union town. Dunbar, Redatone and German lown- ships will not be ·eligible, thest districts being independent ot tho e iper- Intendent's office. Under the school code (he new superintendent must, within 1G days after the election, nominate to the School Directors' Association the namea of four assistant county s iper- iritendents. The officers in turn will certify the nominees for the a sist- ants' positions to the Superintendent ot Public Instruction tit Harrtehurg All of this mu«jt be done within ;t() days after the superintendent receives a commission. In event n assistant superintendents are nominated within tha ep-eclfl«d period, the Ei iper- Intendent o£ Public Inetructio i is authorized to make the nocessar; appointment* RAYON PANELS Regular to BSc, rayon panels--border stripe, sills f r i n g e bottom--Wednesday Sale Special! --Nelson's--Third Floor-- -EXTRA INFANTS' DRESSES Regular ' 5c and 89c infanlj' whito short dresses. Assorted ailored and lac-e trimmed styles. Choice! --kelson's--Socond Floor-- EN'S UNION SUITS 86c Men's medium weight rlbed union suits, long sleeves, ankle length. All si: s 36 to 4G. --Kelson's--Main Floor-Large Bed Spreads $1.22 Fancy Silk Pillows 93c 99in.MohavrkSheetingyd.62c Blue Crane SILK HOSE 86c Firrf f i u a l i ' v sheer pure- silk Bine Crane Hosp Shown in all tho popular shades. All aUes. *" -- Xelson's -- Main Floor-- HOPE MUSLIN 1 2C yd Genuine Jlope" bleached muslin -- cut from the bolts. J.I n i l 10 yards to customer. Special! - -Xclson's -- Third Floor -- BROADCLOTH SHIRTS 81 c Men's collar attached, fine quality broadcloth Dress Shirts--new patterns. All sizes. Also few neckband styles. --Kelson's--Main Floor-Cocoa Door Mats 88c Johns on's Baby Talcum 16c Men's Overalls Jackets $1 WHITE OUTING 1 3c 27 inch 'louble napp-ed whlto outing flannel tor in f a n t s weiu, padding, ?tc Spoclal. - Nelson's-- Third Floor-- WASH FROCKS 89c "Women's ind misses' new spring wash frocks -guarantee I fdst color p r i n t patterns. Regular nnd large aize . --Nelson's--Main Floor-- 19c PERCALE PRINTS 11 3c yd- Yard wide new percale prints -- -wide range of patterns -- for women and children's dresses. 1 -- Nelson's -- TliJrd Floor-Self Wringing Floor Mops 83c Pepso dent Tooth Paste 34c Wen's Work Trousers $1 TO 35c GINGHAMS 17c 32 i n c h , rp.jular 35c new spring dresa ginghams, plaid, and block patterns; for ilrosses, aprons, ^tc-. --'clson'v--Third Floor-- RAYON WEAR Women's nd misses' heavy quality delus;ered rayon stepln , combinations, panties and bloomers -late and , ppllquc trimmed. --Xcl.son's--Second Floor-- 89c Men'sr Work SHIRTS 58c Men's heavy blu« chanibray work shirts, collar attached style--double stitched --full cut. All sizes, 14 to 17. --Nelson's--Main Floor-- ·····^·^^················^IHBBHMMBBBi^HMMMl^HHRHHiHIHHBB ^B^^^^^^^^^^^* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^·^·^^^^^^·^^^···^^^···^·^^^····^··^···········iH 27x54 New Throw Rugs S2.29 Electr c Colonial Lamps $1 Pint Size Vacuum Bottle 58c EXTRA SPECIAL! ' Silk Dresses WEDNESDAY'S SPECIALS In Our Big Underselling Shoe Dept. Women's High Grade Novelty Footwear Spike, Flat, Dublin and Military Heels. $1.98 Shoos f(r slroct. dross and sport ·upur. All styles and materlaU; :'ll sixes. Pumps, straps, ties, ox- ifirds, ptu-dei, velvets, satins, patents, mat kids. Big values. Women's Cloth Gaiters I^ovv and High Hiyles Broken styles, i it several ^hadeH. Regular ni to $2.60 values. A l l sizes to 9. Misses' and Children's Straps, Pumps and Oxfords All Blylfs, culoi'H and materials Ju low ana JsiKh shoes. All sizes to a. Children's .Shoes Boys' Sturdy Shoes and Oxfords Tan and black leathers-all sizes d-| f\t*7 to 6 tM.U i Mefc's Work Shoes Tan and black elk uppers-all sizes to 11 (JMord- uiiu nii;h hhoos in lane button \ DIMITIES and BATISTE 34c Yard wide now spring dimities and batiste. Wide rtuK n« colorful fast color prints. --Nelson's--Third Floor -Three Flower Powder Perfume 75c Boys' Shirts and Blouses Bo,-a' bro dcloth blous«a an/1 shirts. A11 wanted Cofy's Face Powder 74c CURTAIN FABRICS 14c 30 inch M. rqulsettes, Dotted Swiss and Scrims, In white, crea n and ecru. Boys' Tweed Knickers 68c For Immediate and Spring Wear Regular $6.95 and $7.95 Values r*r I When you sec the hundreds of dresses at this price you will marvel at the unusual quality . . . the clever styles . . and fine workmanship and wonder how they can be sold for only $4.69. Well, manufacturers gave us special discounts for this sale. A.11 sizes for women, misses and stouts. (Nelson's Dress Dept-Second Floor) Everybody's Store 121 N. Pittsburg St. NIGHT EXCURSION TO Washington AND SUNDAY March 16 Round $5»GO Trip 11MKU COXELLSV1I,I,E 1'JIA IN Will J,oav^,nt I:S5 A. M. Consult Ticltet "Agents BALTIMORE OHIO Eckener Will Confer With New York Bank ers Relative To Ocean Zeppelin Service Use our classitled actvertlsenwmti By FREDERICK KUIt. United Press Staff Correspondent. BERLIN, March 11. -- Dr. IIu?o Ec-kner, famous Zeppelin expert, was here today on his way to I ho United States, sailing Friday for New Yoilt, where he said he intends to npnfer with, officials of the National - C i t y j Bank regarding the commercial possibilities of a North Atlantic Zeppelin service. . Reticent on his hurried t r i p jo the United States, where he said ho .al^o Intended to visit Akron, Ohio, to "talk shop" with the Goodyear Zeppelin Con vuli for diri Ann t u r i '" Dr. woi niui- day- sem "\ fligl erla pany, Dr. Kokener willingly dl- ed for the first time his plans tho proposed trip in May in the ible (!ra£ Zeppelin to South rlca, tho United States anct rc- he exact date o£ our departure," Eckeuor saJd, "depends upon 1 from Penmmbuco, which we receive at I'riedrlclihafdn 10 b-jfore t h e start so we c-an as- ile the passengers and mall. 'e plan co undertake a few tri.il cs to South Germany and SwiU- id, beginning in April, but no long cruises before the South American flight. "The project to explore the Amazon by air has been abandoned. We found it would require too much fuel. This must be left to a ' f u t u r e expedition." Alverton AI/VE5RTON, March 11.--Mr. and Mrs. David Lemmon and Miss Mae Boyd oC South Greensburg visited at the homo ot Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Dodsou Sunday. Tho Methodist Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. Minute Parry oil Thursday evening, Mrs. Irene Sherrick and Mrs. Dorothy Shlrrer gave readings from the Missionary Friend. Lunch was served by Mrs. Parry. Mr. aiid Mrs. Aultman of Brinkor- ton visited relatives here Sunday. Use our classified advertisement. Vou wouldn't watt 30 SECONDS for MUSIC GET PROGRAMS SECONDS ARCTURUS ^fffck Acting , RADIO TUBES

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