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PAGE SIX. .HE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIIJ J8, PA, WEDNESDAY. MARCH VI, P E R S O N A L M E N T I O M Funeral IMrpctoi C B. Brooks of Indian Head, was herj yesteiday on business. Dr. Stuart Scott announces removal ot office to 302 Second National Bank Building --Advertisement --Omar-fit. 8 F. Hood of Oreensburg, a, former resident of Coniir!ls\ Ulc, was here yesterday a f t e r i uon M i 8 Opal MyefÂ«. hi charge ot tho beauty parlor of Troutman'e store, !Â« ill n( hÂ«r homo at KeckBburg. Mrs Rhoda Jones of Unlontown spent yesterday visiting her niece, MrÂ« Edward HobenthfU of Mori ell avenue, Green wood French S, Jr, l l t t l o fion of Mr and Mrs French S Durst of South Pitte- burK street le Improving from an attack of tonsilltls Mrs. Clara Port or Lincoln avenue Is v i s i t i n g her iciii-lii-law and daujrh- ter, Mr and Mrs M O V m b M ot , I'nlontown Attorney John Duggan of South IMtiftburg street is r-omo from a bust- uees trip to Philadelphia Mrs. Jesse C-larko and little son, Louis, of Fairmont, W V a , have returned home after a vUlt -with Mre Karl Wilson of Unto itown Mrs. WU- Â«on and Mta. ClarK* are former Con- nÂ«llsville residents. Mrs. Wllon was MilÂ« Lottie Raymond before her mai- riage Mrs Clarke's maklen name was Mir,fl Ethel Welding, r. Miss Hart lot Jone?, buyer in the in- flntV department of Macey'e store, New York, it) \ W i t i i g hfr father. Attorney A- B Jones ot Unlontown. Vlrs Harry Uuttorraoro ami son, Dnlton, of Liggett, K y , who wÂ»rs called here by the death of th former's halfbrjther, V i t h u r Collins, r e - t u r n e d homo yesterday. While hire they visited Mrs. Iluttermore's eiater, Mre. Rlcha!l Kern^, who has been ill, and, her sistor-in-law, Mre L. B. Welling of East Murphj avenue. The But- trrmoics formerly resided In Con- nelleville Mrs. Kerns' condition is imported to be improved. Mis Edward B Rltenour and son, Hist, of Akron. O'lio, are visiting at the home of Mrs Rltenour's brother- in-law and sistor, Mr and Mrs W S. Stlmmel of BlatV stono avenue, and other relatives. Mrs John Beaumont of Blackstone avenue, who has been bedfast because of illne-ss for sov-ral davs, was able to sit u p , f o r a while yesterday. Aunt Met lit HOBEUT Uf IL1 UX 7 "All o' my girls w a s good man- ue-red, but sometimes Mary \\ould forget to spit her gun: out before goin' into church." i v Healthiest! ri SENATE APPROVES $100,000,000 FOR FEDERAL FARM BOARD WASHINGTON, March 12--The request of President Hoover tor a ?100,- OQO.OOO appropriation for tho Federal Farm Board was approved today by tho Senate. It adopted \vithout fecord vote an amendment to the first deficiency bill providing t h d t bum to tarry on the Jjoard'i, stabilization program. EAST END U. B., OWENSDALE WILL STAGE CONTEST ThÂ« East Knl United Brethren Sunday School and the Ov*ensdale. United Brethren Sund ty School, beginning ndxt Sunday and continuing until Easter, will engage iu Â«m attendance contest. , Tho points counted will bo total number prevent each Sunda, average attendance for the ieriod and the total number t)f poisons piewfUt the erithe period Tho Hchooli will report to each other Â«very Stinda. They aie much alike In rcjpec t to location and en- lollment Tlu-ro aro approximately 200 mombers in each school The school w i t h tho largest number of points totalled by Kaster Sunday will be designated na winner. Allen Shdlltnberger fe superintendent of tha Owwi.sdale school and Walter Hue is supoi liitotidenl of thÂ« Kast Kncf school. Tho attendance at Kat Knd last Sunday was 155. GAHNDI STARTS TREK TO SALT REFINERY, DEFYING BRITISH I5 United PrÂ«Â«Â«. AUMBDABAD, India, March 12.-Mahatma Gandhi, India's peaceful revolutionist, set forth afoot today TdÂ» the head ot a small bnncl of devoted followers, one one of the stranKoat but most gripping pilg images ot T n(Uan history. Emerging at dawn fr m his iÂ»Â«Vam --a college near Ahou Jihad--'iamlhl and his 79 chosen adlierer.ts began their march to Jalalptir, where they will reflno salt, in opon defiance of BiJtish law. As Gaud hi camo frf m the ashram with his volunteers, a mighty shout arose from a (rowd es ImaUtl at 100,000. Several simple ceremonies preceded the pilgrimage An Indlnn woman presented Gandhi a h irec---the borse that TV 111 accompany the expedition "if any man should fall sick and have to bo carried " Choerlnn ciowds hampered the first pates of the marchei 3. There w as one strangely pathotli --or amusing-event in connection with, the start. Tho volunteer band began the Jlrst bars of "Gou Save th King," but waa promptly stopped b the protest ot rebellious spirits It was generally believed Gandht would be arrested ii unedlatPly u j o n reaching the Knira c (strict, 12 miles ftom Ahnaedabad. If Gandhi Is taken from the movement, his place will be assumed by Abbas Tayabja, not d former judge of tho supreme c o u t t of Barodr If he, In turn, is arrostÂ» d, Gandhi's private secretary, Cham?in Lai Joshi will carry ou the work NAGAY LECTURE FRIDAY EVENING AT POPLAR GROVE MRS. CATHERINE SCHMITZ DIES AT CARMICHAELS Mrfl. Catherine J me SchmiU, 82 years old, died Sun lav at her home at Carmtchuels from infirmities of age. She was born J u n e 24. 1848, a daughter of Mr. and Mis George Arison, and was m a i r i d May 12, 18G7, to Henry Schmitz, who riled June 27, 1879. The following children 6 " f v i v e Ethelbert SchmiU and Waller L Schmitz, both of ( onnellSYllle, Fi el F. Schmitz ot Akroi , Ohio, formerly of Connellsville, Mm. Henrietta Cregeer of Freedonia, N Y , also one elster, Mrs. H. A. Hitchons ol McKeesport, 21 grandchildren md seven great- grandchildren. '1 he late C. E Schmitz of Connell^llle waa a eon. The funeral eei vice will be hold Thtmxlay afterno n at 2 o'clock at the Methodist Epuoopat Church of Canakliaete, ol which Mie Schmitz was a member interment will be in Laurel Point Cenu tery. Irstead ot Thursday night the lec- t u r e by Rev Adam Naif ay at Poplar Grove Chuieli w i l l be Fi iday night, according to a message received by The Courier from Kev M. V. B De- Vaux of Brownsville, pastor of tho t hurch. The hour ^vlH be 7 30 o'clock. Is Your Rest Disturbed ? Deal Promptly with Kidney Irregularities. I F botheied wth bladder irritations, (etting up at night and constant backache, don t take chances. Help your kidneys -with Doun'a I'Ilia Used for more than 40 years. Endorsed the world over. Sold by dealers everywhere. 50,000 Users Endorse Doan's: John GrMiwr. 29 N. Stntridan AÂ«Â«.. (ndiuupolU, Intl.. Â«Â«yt "I ws troubled with tMTulidm. The kidney Â·ecictiana 2uriMl anti conlntnvil Â»eciiment ) fÂ«lt tired out ftÂ£x) bkd no Â«tÂ»ryy, OoÂ«n'Â« PilU put n* in (Mxi chaps Â»ud I ban uÂ«ed ttxvl **vr 1 linM* with food ratult*," DOAN'S PILLS \ Vinu.|ftni Diuretic lottto Kicint'vs TROOP 3 SCOUTS COURT OF HONOR THURSDAY NIGHT Tropp 3, Boy hcouts of America, will hold a court of honor on Thursday, Maich 13, at 7 30 P. M., at tho Immaculate Conception School Auditorium. A class of tenderfoot Scouts Â£s to be received into tho troop, and other Scouts wiii be advanced from tenderfoot to se ond class and from second class to first class rank. A number of merit badges will also be awarded to the Scouts who recently appeared before tho examining committee and were tuccessful in passing their tests. The court of honor will be open to the public and ail who aro i iterested in scouting are invited to be present A special Invitation is extended to the officials and Scouts of other lotal troops, aa well, .is those from nearby towns. Asks $50,000 for Death of His Wife GREKNSBUKO, March 12.---Jacob Manges of Nori 1 ! Huntingdon township entered suit yesterday against the VVestniotelnutl Coal Company to secure the payment of $50,000. Mr. .Menses illoges that on April 4, 1929, hta v to, Ulocontla Mcriges, took down from a real! or hook an extension light w h h h was on a ovd and which wa hanging in the basement room w h e n she received a charge of elpci Icily through her body of suth volug as to leault in her death within a s h o i t time thereafter. "My little daughter is just about tho healthiest g!) 1 I lcno\\,'' Bays Mrs. L. Flank, 5822 Ludlow St., Philadelphia. "And I waul to give credit wheie it is due "Ph ills was constipated several y*ars ago and I gave her California Fig Syrup. It helped her so wonderfully that I have u,sÂ«d it ever since for all her upsets or colds. It IMS kept her strong, energetic, nigged " Children suffer when bowels aren't regular. Breath becomes fetid; tonguA coated; eyes dull. "When these symptoms are aeijlected, biliousness, fever- tshness, lack, of appetite invariably f o l l o w . The first close of California Fig Syrup relieves these fiyniptoraft and activates sluggish bowols. Successive doses help tone and strengthen weak bowels; improve appetite; encourage digestion and assimilation. Try It Â·with a biliotifl, headachy, constipated child and sse how It helps' The pun vegetable produce, endorsed by doctors for 50 years, alwayÂ» bears the name California So look tor it when buying--Advertisement DEFEATED BRITISH LABOR GOVERNMENT REFUSES TO RESIGN By U n i t e d Pref*. 1/ONDON, March 12---Tho British Labor government, defeated lor the first time since- it went into power last June will continue to hold office, but v.ith what its opponents consider "diminished prestige " Rather than make an Ibsue of tho coal bill, the government H i l l accept the amendment as it was passed !v the combined rotisenatlve and Liberal forces yesterday. Tho House of Commons last night was the scetio ot the wiklost excitement in months. Announcement of tho adverse vote was grpoted with cheers, Hie waving of paper, and cries of "resign 1 resign'" In thÂ« midst ?f the uproar, Stanley Baldwin, toimer Cotisorvatlvo pre- mior, arjse and asked MaeDouaW pointblank whether he intruded to continue with hla bill. ^ "I am amazed at the question," MacDoimld replied. "Tho honorable gentleman, two dayn hence, is ill have an opportunity to move for u vote oÂ£ censure I shall be fflad to acconio- date hlra by suggeatmp that if ho should makÂ« the voto of camiure gen- oral, we accept tho decision, but as far as ( h i s division is concerned, the vote was on a provision w h i c h was optional from beginning to end. "No essential change, has been made Jn the clause, and tho government proposes to ask tho committee to continue its work " The government n a r r o w l y nscaped defeat on the coal bill's second read- Ing on February 27, whc-n n Wberal amendment was rejected by only nine votes,. C. C. KENT SPEAKS AT HIGH SCHOOL C. C Kent, secretary of the Baltimore Ohio Y. M. C. A spoke at the opening exercises oÂ£ the Connellsvllle High School this morning in connection vith the weekly progiam of tne Kiwanis Club which calls for presentation of a different \ocatlon each Wednesday, "Sooial Service" was the subject at Mr. Kent's talk. HUSTON DENIES LOBBY REPORTS By United Press. WASHINGTON, March 12--Claudius Huston denied before the Senate Lobby Investigating Committee today repoi ts that he has been active in Muscle Shoals lobbying, since his appointment as chairman ol the- Republican National Committee. Huston also characterized as "erroneous newspaper reports" rumors he will resign as head oÂ£ the Republican committee because oÂ£ evidence before the lobby committee concerning these alleged activities. Most Men Past 40 Break Down Easy Out Â·Â» 'fen Arc Victim* o f , unojuiife, Irritation TÂ«llÂ» Hun Dr. SÂ«utJinÂ«r(h*Â« Â»UrAÂ«*bM" Bring QitloK, Amnvliig Relief. 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S o u t h - w o r t h Attar o t i t j a few dajs' use, a startling' irn- pr jvemaat Is o f t e n lotleed--aa a multitude of alaitiUng- sjniplpQia begin to diiiappetit Through special arrangements and to beheflt thoso \\lia carnot persorially call on the Uottoi URATABS can now be obtained from U n i o n D i u g Co, DI ai y good local d r u g g i s t on u p o 9 t t i , e guarantee of mone back on first b ^x Vmroluibetl If not f i l l y baUsilecl So If i u need a medicine ot, this Itlnd, tri UKATABS todaj.--A(h ertlsement. Just Off the Wire By United Proa*. WASHINGTON, March 12-- -The Win of \Vllliarn Howard Tatt, leaving hli estate to his widow, with the exception of a few Individual legacies, waÂ« fll-ed wid the register of wtlH in thf District ot Coluimbla, Supreme- Ouun today. No ostiEiaie ot the \alno o' the estate as a whole was given. CAMDEN, N. J., Maidli 12. Magistrate Robert I*. iVfcnroo, 42, o Gibbatown, N. J. ( who 'v as reporte i missing on Monday, was tound sho to death today In his automobMe out aide tho Pennsylvania Railroad forr r terminal here by two policemen. * * Â· WASHINGTON, March 13,--Thr Â· male guards accompanied Mre. Jot o P., Sippel, piesidont genÂ«ral ot t) Â· Federation ot "Women's Clubs, wtii n gho camo to pralso prohibition befo A tho House Judiciary Committee todey. Mrs. Sippel romplained In Baltirao Â« last Saturday that ehÂ« had received a anonymous telephone call warn! ig hÂ«r not to testify. Â· Â· * PHILADELPHIA, March 12 -- .n appeal to support all dry candlda 1 es at tha spring primaries today opecad the second session of the annual c n- vÂ«ntlon of the Philadelphia Method iat Episcopal Conference. \ Â· Â· 0 NEW YORK, March 12.--A uh. rp break in United States SteuJ comn on unsettled tho entire Hat anl prices of industrials wore forced down a fi \c- lion to moro than four points on hÂ« Stock Exchange today. ACREAGE REDUCTION WHEAT FARMERS' ONU HOPE, LEGGE ASSEFTS By Dnlted IrÂ«Â«Â». WASHINGTON, March 13.--C! airman L/6ggo of the Federal 1 arm Board haa begun an Intr'ni'tvc Â· am- palgu to get wheat farmois to r* luce their acreage next year, whlclj Ue sees as the only salvation for dÂ«- pressed prices as the reault ot hi experience wiifc the present Â«metg ncy. Tho Farm Board chairman and Ag- riculturo Department officials hi her- to have recommended a 10 per cent cut In acreage, but LogKH lssu d Â«i virtual u l t i m a t u m yesterday In A hich he said, in effect, that unless ' irm- orÂ» reduce their production ttu -Â» is nothing the board can do for t em In a letter to Governor Oeorj j F. Shafor ot North Dakota, he pl Urou a veiy critical situation, poln'Jci out there is no hope for au export n irket of any Â»iÂ»o, and that the been will have 100,000,000 bushels of gram on its hands at tho end of tho p eaont year. "If tho farmers are golnr ihead trying to produce an additiona sur~ plus on the basis that some Â« g y will bo found to tako care oMt on a fait price lorel another j'ear, they e r o going to be mistaken," Lfljfge. said, bluntly. PITTSBURG DISTRICT STEEL BUSINESS STILL By IJtiited Preii'. PITTSBURO, March 12,-Sli el production In the PlttÂ»buj g tlUtr ct during tho past week held' tit approximately 76 per cf-nt of cajiiacJt . Ingot output, estimated at SO per c snt, re- njaino*! michanped Mructur tl 8Uel was reported fairly active r a "vua plates. Buying however, wat spotty Wille secondary steel co npauies in tiie Youngstown district t re advancing their production, the ,irlmavy Industry is ^on n deoliain c basis. Schedules announced for nc tt waek average CO per cent for the district, with 70 per cent reported If st week and a 75 per cent avoiage dur ng February. The slump Is du* t slower buying in the automobile in lustry. Both Youngstown Sheet i Tube and Republic Steel average 70 per cent or slightly lees. Indian Head Farmsr Dies of Pai alyais A stroke of paralysis cÂ« used the dqath at 10-30 o'clock Tuesday morning of Martin Currany, 58 ears old, a farmer of Indian Head. 1 fie family had come to this country i rom Austria about 30 years ago, I i addition to the widow, Mrs. CathÂ«rini Currany, three chilthen survive, "hey are Catherine and Mary, both if Charle- rol, and Martin, Jr, at hon e. The funeral service will e held at 2 Â· o'clock Thursday afterm an at the Mount Nebo Church of God with Rqv. J. C. Beahm, pastor of Â« v e County Line Brethren Church, offii lating. Interment will be in Mount ^ ebo Ceine- tery. , Drank Evidence, Man Still Held Special to The Conj iÂ«r. UNIONTOTVN, March 12.--Ltguor charges still remain agaii at Charles Wiugrove of Nor);li Unio i township although State Highway Police aay ! that one v of the bottles h Â» httej, \ri'th Â· him in his automobile secli n, he 1 threw to the right side of th$ ^ adl and the other' contents he drank while In a local alderman's office, 1 e-furnished bail in the sum of $1,OOC for a preliminary hearing. Infant Cecelia Rlcbey, nine t daughter of Fred and B miclMliehey, died Tuestla the parental homo In Gi South Connellavllle. The be held toaioTow after o'clock at the Imniacul tion Churca with intern JoÂ»eph'Â« Cemetery, jonthe old, ary McCor- / evening at Â»stÂ»n avenue, Mneral will icon at 2 te Concep- ent In Si. I SO. MYMOUB KAUTY, YOU WOULD REPULSE Ml, EH r barked Â»AUON ; "I would indeed," said the fairest flower of the countryside. "And howl". "What is there about me, gal, to bring this disfavor down upon my head?" he demanded. ! "Your voice, air," she answered him haughtily. "The man who wins my * keart must smoke OLD GOLDS in kindness to his throat--and to his listeners.". OLD GOLD OP.Lorm.rt Co. FASTEST GROWING CIGARETTE IN HISTORY... NOT A COUGH IN A CARLOAD Listen in . . . OLD GOLD--FAUL W H I T E M A N HOUR, every TueÂ«dÂ«y, 9 P. M., Eastern Time Wear Glean Clothes Special! March 10th to 15th TOPCOATS --and-- O'COATS Cleaned and Pressed Phone 813 Phone 814 The GOODWIN Co., Inc Cleaners Dyers t I FAT Nas No Excuse There is now an Â«asy way to end it-by a gland food. It is used the world over by doctors and others who know. Sine*, its discovery excess fat has largely disappeared. That modern way is embodied in Marrnbla prescription tablets and people have used it for 22 years--millions of boxes of it. In almost every circle there are users who show the amazing results. Marmola is not secret Each box contains the formula and reasons for all good effects. It has brought to multitudes new joy, hew vim, new beauty. Go try it, watch results. Be slender like your envied friends, without starving. Go ask your druggist for a 91 box of Marmola, and read the book in the box. REV. SHOBER SPEAKER ATS. A. SERVICE TONIGHT Rev R, E. Shobei, j pastor of the Church of the Brethren, will be the speaker tonight at tho Salvation Amy levival. There wllL 'o special mu'slc. Very good crowds have been attend ing the revival. Tomorrow evening, Rev, K. A. Scliults ot tho Onlted Brethren Churuh will jÂ»peak. PutronlÂ«Â« thoae who advertls*. Condition Reported Good. The condition of Herman Waxmau of Monesfcen, seriously Injured in an automobllo accident near Perryopplin Sunday night "in wnlch Matthew A. Pllslia, also ot Monessen wnÂ« kiUfii, was reported as vei y good this morning at the Unloiit* wn llospltul. He IB expected to rcoovw, attache*) said. Roofing Paper and Roof Paint * We carry a full supply of Roofing Pap~r, 18 and 36 inch. Hoof Paint All Kinds. Shingles Consolidated Coal Supply Co. Phono 15 and 1700.