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FACE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEt^SViTLLiE, PA. Courier Classified Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line. Oo cash: 10o charge. For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. HI Ads to bo Run 6 /Times or More:' Per line, 60 cash; 7c charge. ,-,/ Ads to Be Run 3 Times: =/ Per line, 7c cash; 8c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. Cards of Tfianks," 50c Flat Rate. , Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Speaa/-Your Ad Inserted V Times for the Price of Six!-Spea'a/ No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks NEBRASKA--We take thi* means of thanking our many friends and neighbors Cor the kindness and sympathy extended u* during our recent sad bereavement, the death of our husband and father. Mr. "Frank Nebraska Especially do-we^dcslre-to thank those who sent n*awer*T those who no klndl furnished cars and air Mio asslstcd ui in any way. Mrs Matilda Nebraska and iaroliy., -- - Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Flowers and MournntE Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESI J, R. DcMUTH SONS C-VHiE--N SCOTTDAla3-S4 Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST--Siberian Samocd Dog, male. Kovcri yearn old Liberal reward. Call or write Wilson Llnderman. Dickerson Run. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 WE OFFER YOU f EVERY USED CAR AT A BARGAIN PRICE! For 7 Dai Only. DurinK _ NATIONAL, USED CAR EXCHANGE ~ March Slh to March llth YOU'LL BE AMAZED-- At the LOW price*;! Never before ha\e we offered . such GENUINE VALUES. Every car In " good condition ... imny guaranteed . . . and a large~sclcctlon to choose from. This is T SPECIAL SALE! You 11 save real money by coming to ice today. We arc also offering especially good trade-In allowances. SEE THESE CARS! 3D36 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe equipped with heater. 3935 Chevrolet Town Deluxe Sedan with Radio and Heater. ' 1937 Chcvro'ct Master Sport Sedan equipped -with Radio and Heater. i 1935 Dodge Coupe with Radio. Heater and Sport Llshl. 1936 Plymouth Coupe with x Good Ucater. 1037 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport Sedan ( equipped -with a complete line ol accessories. Radio and Heater. OTHER EXCELLENT BUYS! 1934 Chevrolet Master Coup*. 1934 Chevrolet Sport Sedan. 1932 Ford 4-Cylindcr Coupe. 1932 Chevrolet Master Coupe. ( 1311 Ford 4-cylinder Coupe. 1935" Chevrolet Town Sedan. LOOK! -- LOOK I WE'RE COOPERATING WITH NATIONAL. USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK1 Lok at these great buys! Act now before prices go up. E^cry car priced to move--every car a real bargoinl SELLING BELOW MARKET VALUE! 1930 Naih Six Coach for only W5 1931 lord Victoria Coupe. 1937 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan cflulppcd with Radio and Heater. 1930 Ford Deluxe Coupe 1935 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan, Original owner, low mileage and In the very best of condition 2-1034 Ford Coupci. thoroughly reconditioned and ready to go. 1928 Chevrolet Coach, ldc.il lor driving to \sork~$40 1937 Ford Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan. Original owner. 1131 Ford ^-ton Panel Truck 4-1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan Take ·sour choice IP32 Ford Coupe 193S 1'ord Deluxe Tudor Touring Sedan Like Ncv,. 4-1PJ4 ord Deluxe 2-door Sedans. 1933 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan equipped v.ith Radio. 19X5 Ford Deluxe 2-door Sedan. 1937 Ford 85 Standard 2-door Sedan. 1934 Ford Victoria Coupe. WANTED--We arc ulllInK lo trade new 1938 Fords and Lincoln-Zephyr Cars on good late model Used Cars. Sco us today for a good" trade-in, allowance You Name Th« Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED JOKD ft LINCOLN DEALERS W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 407, Open Evenings--Open Sundays SEE THESE AUTOMOBILES TODAY! National Used Car Exchange Week. March 5th to March 12tlu WANT TO SAVE MONEY--Right nov, is the time to get the YEAR S BEST BUYS In used curs. Special low price on c\er used car in stock. Switch to a BETTER CAR today! Business Service Professional Services 'ItlVATE DETECTIVE--Frank F, Corwin, prUate Investigation, criminal and civil ProIesMoml shadow work Telephone, Day Time, McKcesporl, 4300. Night. 3616. CORRECT FITTING UIUJSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and oilier surgical ippliinces. A. A. Clarke. PH G Druggist, 323 North Plttlburg street. Phone 194. Repairing and Rcfuilshinc 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods. Awnings, slip covers Latest fabric! nudoIphX 131 E Fairvlew Ave. Phone 3B17-J. Employment Help Wanted--Female WANTED--Girl for cooking and downstairs work In Charjcrot State references, wages, etc. to Box 27, care Courier. Help Wanted--Male 33 WANTED--Man with car. Sec or write Wnlier B Pope. Sr, Dunbar, Pa. Financial Need Money 40-B SHORT OF CASH Get a Personal Loan here Only ONE thing needed:--the ability to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plan sou select. Come In NOW! LOANS up lo $300--ALL PLANS PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCror s- Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFOKD AVENUE. Instruction Merchandise Wanted--To Buy 66 VANTED TO BUY--Uicd typewriter. Reasonable price, good condition. Writ* Box «, Whllsctt. Pa, CASK IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUH LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO Tim DAILY COURIER OFFICE TODAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU -Sc" PER POUND. WUY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE ·VOUI!SEU SOME SPENDtNO MONEY??? CHAPTER 30 LORD SIMON continued with his "solution" of the crime. "I have cot the facts of Strickland's financial situation last week," Lord Simon explained to us. *T needn't boro you with them--tedious things, debta. But you can take it from tnc that he was desperate. He had to have money--snappily too. And he came here to get it. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 08 JOIINbTON AVFNUE, 507--Nice ·tlzc bedroom suitable for two person*. ladle* or gcnttemcn. Kent reasonable. Use of. phone. Phone 532. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats TWO MODERN APARTMENTS-- For rent, one. five rooms and bath and onu four room* and bath Localcd over Snder'» Men s Store 134 We-t Crawford Avenue. Inquire, Snder's Store. SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished. In downtown location Available At once. Applj Paramount Theatre. 'OR RENT--Two room furnished apartment. 502 Eas-t Crawford Ascnue. Business Places for Rent 75 FOR RKNT--Storeroom In Smutz Build- Ing. Possession Mirch 15th. Inquire 717 Crawford Avenue. Wct Sid*. RELIABLE MIN--To take up AIR CONDITIONING and Electric Refrigeration. Prefer men nov, cmplo\ef and me- chanicatlv inclined with fair education FOR liENT--Five and willing to train spare time to become (.Xpert*, in installation and vcrsice work is well as planning, estimating, etc Write, giving age. present occupation Utilities Inst, Box S5. care Courier. FOR RF.NT--Cunninrham thop. suitable for car storage or work shop. Inquire 316 Ogdcn street. Houses for Rent rooms, bath, large porch and ird. In Greenwood. Inquire 126 E Fairvlew Avenue. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 JKFKEHSON STREET, 318--Double house, six rooms, bath, pantry, furnace, $22 00. Chlnn's 11 irdwart. I 1937 Packard 120, Touring Sedan equipped with Heater and Defrostei. Will sell j for - S875 1 1937 Packard "6" Coupe . $675 ALSO--We -ave on h»nd. nine u«cd i 1920 i. nc kard "120" Coupe . S675 Trucks, ranging from .-ton to 1'i-ton 1934 Bu i ck T Our i n g Sedan with heater S350 capacity. They have been thoroughly | I%)3 p on tlac Coupe $175 reconditioned and ready for the road Let us make a deal todayl Very. Very Easy Terms! MASON SIOTOH COMPANY AUTHORIZED CHEVHOU.T SALES SERVICE 127 WEST APPLE STREET. PHONE 105 Open Evenings! Open Sundayit! 1935 Ford V-8 Coupe with Heater $295 1933 DeSoto Sedan equipped with heater 8250 1922 Plj mouth Coupe with Heater 1175 1931 Dodge Coupe ulth Rumble Seat $125 1930 Ford 4-cyllnder Ciupe Silo 1930 Ford 4-c Under Couj * 85 Terms Arr, ngcd To Plcas« You! TURNER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY 9th ST. S: W. CRAWFORD. PHONE. 377 PACKARD SALES St SERVICE NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK MNRCH 5th TO MARCH 12th. 1937 Chrysler Imperial 4-door Touring Sedan. Equipped -with over-drive heater and radio Low mileage $795 1935 Ford Special 7-passengcr 4-door ! Touring Sedan Has Radio. Heater j and Airivhccl Tires .... S371' 3934 Tcrraplane Business Coupe with i heater. Low mileage *... $249 j 1935 Dodge Business Coupe, equipped i with Heater, Low mileage $374 ' 1034 P. E. Flj mouth deluxe 2-door Sedan with Heater and Scat Covers $310 1033 P D. Plymouth deluxe 4-door Sedan ·\\itli Heater. Very low mileage $245 The above cars will be shown in our curbstone display -- between Church Place and Fatrvicw Avenue--tomorrow and all next week Many other cars, marked at new low prices, arc shown on our display floor at Htllcrest. Terms! Demonstrations! Trades! LAWRENCE GALLEY CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH SALES * SERVICE. HILLCREST On Conncllsvlllc-Scottdalc Road. ~_ PHONE 1073. Repairing--Service Stations 1C ELECTRIC ARC WELDING--Done b\ Special Welder, quickly and guaranteed! Both ntccl and cast Iron, ateirn or hot air furnaces, Qllnccr hea engine blocks, etc. PUZIO AUTO PAINT AND BODY SllOP. 127 N Eighth St, West Side. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-1034 Hudson 4-door Sedan. Paint, Upholstery and tires, all like new. Original Owner. Equipped with Radio and Healcrt Terms can be arranged David Werthclmcr, Jr.. 706 South Pittsburg Street. Phone CCO-J. FINE LATE MODEL USED CA31S E E. VAN SCOY. INC 253 E. CRAWFORD AVS. PHONE 243 LARGE SELECTION USED CABS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. LATE MODEL USED CARSI SET2EL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDAL PENNA. PHONE 407 SACRIFICE ^S33900--1936 Ford Coach, four ne*v tires, 18000 miles, A-l condition. Phone 34 Autos, Accessories, TSrcs, Parts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS _ ,, 11 OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS OFFI STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH) . $339 MOTOR OIL, 2 GALLONS - ..-790 ALCOHOL. PER GALLON · 590 FOG LIGHTS . .. PEB PAIR. $475 B BATTERIES . .._ ,, _ SSc MIDGET RADIOS _ . S1293 UP LOWEST PRICES, AUTO PARTS TIRES. RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. GOLDE TIRK 4- RADIO COMPANY. I2S E, CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. -~J1-"PATROXIZE those who advertise! 7You tell us and well tell the wo Yearly ratei upon request CLASSIFIED thrift. ADS Arc messengers of Business Service Business Service Ottered FOR SALE--2 Rood work horses. 1 re- frificrator. 150 Ib ICL capacity. 1 direct current Kohlcr lighting plant, cnpicity 150 watt 3 motors, 'i H. P. Rcndine s Park, Unlontown Road. Merchandise Articles for Salo 51 WE ARE QUITTING BUSINESS! MUST SELL ENTIMv STOCK! 200 Straw Hals, $3.50 value, each 98c 75 Bathing iults Me to ?1 95 75 Silk Wool Scarfs, J3 values, ea 50c 150 Men's Suits SIS 520 50 Top Coats i Overcoats $12 75 to $22.30 100 Men's Summer Suits $5 to $12.50 200 Men's Felt Hits $1.23 to S295 175 Pr Freeman Shoes $285 to $485 100 Sweaters and Jackets $1 19 to $340 WILL SELL VERY REASONABLE--Show Case 1 *, Tables Counters. Window Fixtures. Shelving. Cash Registers, Mirror*. Srfe, Benches «nd Etc. DAVID WERTMEIMER. JR 700 S PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 6CO-J. FOR SALE--Automatic Dclco Plant, A-l condllion. with new heavy duty bat- tcrlcj.. Calvin Mvcrs, Acme, Pa CALL FISHER--FOn AWNINGS. . FURNITURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTERING QUALITY WORK. PHONE 9645. $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home Parts extra Phono 890 Troutman'fi. WALL PAPER CLEANED--75c per room, and up R Lewcllyn and P. Moser. Phone 2122. Conncllwllie. Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES GRADED-$1 25 per bag. No. 2 potatoes. 75c per bag. Apples, SOc per busljel. Phone 8G5-R 413 E Washington Avi Fuel, Feed, FcrtllUcrs COAL--Best cndc 9-ft coal Any amount delivered. Sand, cement and building supplier Prompt delivery Gerald Schomer. Phone 1991 .Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375. T D, GARDNER. MGH RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds James H Laughlln--INSURANCE. Sco me for rates 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520. Bloving, Trucking, Storage ZS EVLRY LOAD INSURED! Long distance and local moving Modern storage for household goods We do crating for shipment by rail Dull's Transfer . Storage Phone 50 122 E Peach Mrect. Printing, Engraving. Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter Headsl--Bill Hcndsl For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardsl Calling Cardsl-Hand BlIIsI-Blndlngl No Trespassing Signs For Sate! AU Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PHONE 85. COURIER BLDO OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91 EXCELLENT GRADE--9 Ft Coking Cosl 12c delivered George W. Kerns. Phone 4121-R-ll. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL Wm Dull find Son Phone ConnclKvillc 107, Da«son 3201 or ^331 - FOR REST--Modern South Pittiburg SU Mr. Hcbb six room house. Phone 497. as.k for Real Estate for Sale Broken In Real Eslato DO YOU WANT TO EUY . . . KENT ... OR SELL7J Sf E ME TOD AY--I have properties In nil sections o£ the City and surrounding communities V.UI be glad to talk It over nnslimc or anvplace. PAUL WAGONER !00!) W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE US SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more for 3 our Real Estate Dollar than jou will ever fict again, BUY NOW I PETER R WF.IMER WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELU.VILLE. PA. PHONE 975, Houses for Sale SEE THIS PROPERTYI SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame house, basement, vapor steam heat, all conveniences Two car garage. Can arrange suitable terms WM. P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 17GO. "You are wondcria' what tbla plan of hla might be. Devilish cunnln' bit of intrigue. The first tiling ho had seen when ho had begun to figure out hia way of cllmlnntln' his stepmother, was that he would need an accomplice And the first thing 1 saw, and 1 suppose tho first thing all of us saw about this murder, was that oo accomplice had been there. Hong It, short of something supernatural the murderer hod to have an accomplice to escape trora the room and leave tho door locked, and show no sign of himself on hlj way of escape two minutes later. And for Strickland there was on obvious assistant all handy and willln'--the chauffeur, Kcilowcs. But he wasn't nuch a fool as to speak to Fcllowcs till ho had made up his mind that this week-end was tho time. "Mind you, be knew his ground. It is certain that this idea of murderin 1 his stepmother had been in hii mind a long while, and on all his recent visits he had chatted with the chauffeur. He knew his story. Ho knew tho fellow had been in Jail. Ho knew that his one ambition in life was to get clear of this place with enough money to buy a pub and marry Knld. He knew that he was having some nort of on affaire with Mrs. Tburston. And he judged him, and rightly, to bo tho very man to fall in with his plan." Here Sergeant Beef interrupted Joudly. "Well, I don't believe it," ho said, folding nil arms. "I know young Fellowcs. Rough, if yor like, and may 'ave got into a bit of trouble before now. Done a bit of 'outbreaking I dare say. But not murder. I don't believe it. 'B could put two darts out of three in the double 18 as often na you like, and I don't believe 'e'd ever 'ave 'ad nothink to do with c u t t i n g that lady's throat. Straight I don't. Besides, I know who did do it," Lord Simon smiled patiently. ·I'm glad to hear of Fcllowcs' proficiency in the pastime which Hccms to occupy most of your time and attention, sergeant. But I'm afraid I can't see its relevance quite. Besides, have I asked you to believe our young friend guilty of murder? You must learn the virtue of patience, sergeant. Useful in this job. And don't go jumpln' to conclusions. Where had wo got to? Oh yes. On Friday morning we find Strickland arriving at the station after a week's racln* which might bo called disastrous, if you were to put it mildly. He Is met by Fcl- lowes who has been seeing a good deal of his girl lately--takin' her out In tho cor. That may have been disastrous, too. Judgin' from what we bavo seen of Knld, 1 don't suppose she was cnjoyln' this long waittn*, and savin' money, and hopln' before they could get married and own their pub. Besides, one can't Imagine that sho was delighted at her young man bcizi* whistled for like a pet dog every time their lady employer was lonely or temperamental. So that Fcllowes, too, was probably op- proachin' brcokin'-polnt. "I don't think that Strickland will have said anything definite then. Ho knew enough to be pretty sure of Fcllowos. But he may have arranged to see him after lunch, or even have asked him whether he would be prepared to come in on something that would see them into Easy street Can't tell. Anyway, they nod that time tor a chat, alone in · the car from the station. "He had already let Mrs. Thurslon know that he would need money, and she, as we know, bad drawn £20O ready fc- him. But hero was another difficulty. The man Stall had Intercepted, some three weeks ago, a letter from Mrs. Thurston to Fcllowcs. It was a silly indiscreet letter, the sort of thing that tomconc as foolish and thoughtless as this lady might well have written. But he had found it sufiicicnt as a means to terrify her into parting with quite large sums of money. Tho truth Is that Mrs. Thurston was genuinely fond of her husband, and bein' essentially on Innocent soul she had imagined this silly little weakness of hers for a young chauffeur to be a far more terrible thing than it would have seemed to anyone else. At all events, when Strickland got her alone for a minute after lunch and asked her if she had the money ready for him, she had to tell him she had not. Perhaps she bad not tho time, or perhaps she did not wish, to tell him why she had not. I imagine that the whole thing passed between them in this very room, and in the presence of some of you. A hurried exchange of whispers. "What had happened, probably, Is that Stall had been listening at tho telephone extension, when Strickland rang her up on Thursday morning to say he would need the money. And Stall hod heard her promise to havo it ready for him. Or clae Stall had seen the counterfoil in her checkbook, and knew from it that she hod just drawn the £200. Or he had chosen by chance this time for a last determined blackmail campaign, knowing that h« was under notice to quit. At ail events he had got wind of the money, and made it clear that he was to have it"Finding that he was not to receive this sum. which he had Intended to get doubled, Strickland went straight to the chauffeur, and told him his plan. At this point he showed a most horrlfyin' sort of determination. Ho did not hesitate. Ho had his notions cut and dried and he was going to put them straight into action." Here Lord Simon hesitated. Full of admiration I watched him light another cigar, before revealing to us what we were now bum* Ing to know. Ho hod told us who after he had dropped from It I don't think that those actions wer« possible. But even it they were, how was it the murderer left no footprints on that soft bed which came out alx feet from tho wall? And how did he get in again, and upstairs to us in th« time? And how did his accomplice haul In the rope and coma downstairs as quickly as tbatT, No. t don't believe it's possible. In fact," I added on a sudden Inspiration, "I'm not sure that the ropes were not a blind!" Lord Simon smiled. "You ar« right about tho first two things," he admitted, "there wouldn't hovo been time for anyone to have gona up or dov.n the rope." "Well, then?" "It didn't occur to you perbapi that there are other directions in which it is possible to travel?" "What do you mean?" "He means," put In Stgr. Smith suddenly from his armchair, "that a rope is not only used to let A man climb, but also to make a was the murderer, but his identity was not, I thought, as mysterious as his method, and I wonted to say "Go on! Go on!" while tbc young man nonchalantly applied a. match to his cigar. But ho took his time, and when he began to talk again it was from a new angle. man swing." "Exactly," said Lord Simon; "awing is the word I want hero and hereafter. Strickland knew that ho might not have time to climb a rope, or drop down a rope, and establish that unimpeachable- alibi which was necessary to. him. But he would have time to swing on a rope, as comfortably aa you please, from outside Hary Thurs- ton'a window to outside his own. All he had to do was to have a rope hung- beforehand from tho window that was over his own, with the end of it caught and hooked at Mrs. Thurston's and bis fire escape, or escape from justice if you like, was ready. An accomplice was only necessary to haul the rope in afterwards." I gasped. Of course! Why hadn't I thought of that? Aod there were Williams and I talking- about the supernatural! "But Strickland was no fool," continued Lord Simon. "He wa» Judge enough of character to know that Fellow es would not come in on that. For one thing, Kcliowcs would not have enough to gain by it. There was tho will made out to tho servants--but Strickland didn't feel that it would bo enough inducement to a man to bring him Into a murder plot. I think he was right there. Fellow cs was not quite such a hod hat as all that. No, Strickland went about it far more cleverly. What he was going to do, he said, was to pinch Mrs. Thurston's Jewelry. "Now that, as you can see, was right in the chauffeur's line of country. He, or Enlds brother, knew just where to plant it afterwards. And Strickland's plan wa» ingenious. What they had to do, be said, was to make sure that no ODD inside the house could bo suspected. The door must be left bolted and aa escape made via tho window. That was where yellow cs was to come in. It was at that point that Strickland pretended to think of a snag-. "Mrs. Thurston's jewelry wa» valuable, and a safe had been let into her bedroom wall /or it, andi only she and the doctor knew th« combination. So Strickland did a bit of his deep Lhinkin' stuff. Tell you what,' he said, Til stick a bally mask on, wear on old overcoat, and be waiting for her when she comes up to bed. I'll "When yon were thinking about the escape from that room, and you had an inklin' that there was a rope in it somewhere, did you wonder how that rope had been used?" He asked the question directly of me. "Wonder? I've done nothing but wonder," I replied irritably. "Even supposing that the rope was let down from tho floor above by an accomplice, I don't see how it could have been of much use. I've told you again and again that no one would have hod time to climb out onto it, close the window after him, climb up it, and haul it up, before Williams opened tho window again. And even if he had, he couldn't have reached us at tho door as quickly as Strickland, Followes and. Norris did" "What about droppln 1 down it?" asked Lord Simon. "Tho same thing applies. Suppose that there was someone upstairs to hnul it in, the murderer would have bad to climb out onto it, close tho window, drop to tbc ground, and get away before Wil- j inside n few minutes after) she Hams looked out, and the rope was held up, we're clear.' . waggle a revolver in her face, and make her open the safe. Then, if you havo the rope ready, I can escape by the window, and it will never occur to her that it was anyone in the house. And it won't occur to the police, either, -when they come, to investigate it. They'll think that anyone who gets out of the window, got /n by the window, and if we moke it clear to everyone that we wero inside a few minutes before, and would have had to be hauled UD I (To Be Continued), D A Y A T C A P I T A L A S I N T E R P R E T E D BY DAVID LAWRENCE TWO HOMES IN PRITISTOWN -- For vile One stven room house, with bath, heater, electric. Cjiv water, fruit trees, outbulllinpi .mil two ncns ot r.round. One six room house, electric, City venter, r"trac, chicKcn houve and two ncres of urountl All .ire free of debt L.mra Milllgnn, R D No 2. Ill Pleasant, Pn COAL--Good black lumpj run of mine. IOC bushel delivered Cavli Koballa Bros, Phono 2037 Iloucliold Goods 59 FOR SALtl -- FOR SALE1 BARGAINS--In all kinds ol used furniture Including vviibhinn machines Also il.it top desks addins machines .UK! typcw rlters DULLS bTOHAGL 122 KAST PEACH STfifcET PHONE. 50 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL KURNITUHE HUGS AND STOVES. COMK INI SEEI AND SAVEI LAKGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD IITRE! BARGAINS--In all klitis ot rebuilt (urnl- ture Sam's Upholstering Repair, 307 N Water St. Conncllbville I OR SALE-- Eight room brick house, all modern conveniences Inouire 308 Walnut nvcruc. or call 1BO-M, bcottdalc. FOR SALE--House of unusual Rood value. ?I 000 Uobcrt Tsorris Phono 50". Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI I OR bALn--At Poplar Gro\c, 60x140 ft City water ami gas, telephone service, near Street Car line and hlRhway. If ou arc inlet Gated in good building lots at re-il Bargain Prices, cec C B McCormick Poplar Grove, Phone, Con- neUwJlic. 1204-J. or ttrltc Post Oalce Box 1«, Connellsvllle. Pa Auctions-- Legals N'otlccs. ADMIVISTHATO!l'! VO1ICF ESTATE OF ABRAHAM SHALALA, dcctTscd Letters of Aiimlnistra'lon in the above estate having been granted to Street, or call I409-W FOR SALE--Hot Point Eleetnc Range- I ""- «nUcn,H,ncd noUco ib hcrel» gKcn to MUht be sold at once Cheap 1110 Vine I n11 Persons indebted to the bald decedent ' · ' " to make unmedntc p-»mcnt to the undersigned without tie!a and alt persons h i v i n g claims or demands against s \ i d estate are requested to make known the same Special at the Stores Gt YOU TELL US vour details and well write sour od. Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. OFFICE SPECIAL--Remington Stindard No 10 Tspevriur, KUatantcrd Spceial $24 W. New F A. L Check U r i K r Special $6.M Kt stner s Book Stoic lio West Apple Sheet Shjil i 1 1U1 West Pr ich Sticct REMEMBER. The more ou tay. the Attorney quicker it pays. | 8mar-6t-tuc« Continued from Page Four. Commonwealth and Southern and ether properliei in the TVA area would never hive been made public without Presidential approval. It wns an inevitable step because a drifting policy was getting nobody anywhere. In a fiantitc attempt to convince investors that the government isn't soniK to go beyond the TVA ,11 en. the Roosevelt Administration is- offennj! to buy the priv,.tc utilities- only in the Tennessee Vnlley .sections rind to encourage municipalities there to buy the distribution systems. But, when all thnt 15 done, the investors will not be reassured, because they know Mr Hoostvcl* simply nut aside until a rroie pro- pituous moment the building of seven TVA's throughout the cojntry from co.ist to coast InvebAois and leadeis of spv will be reassured only when the Con- gicss of the United States doftn tely ;md decisively anbwei.s this question 1 Is America to have a national policy of public ownership and state * lalism, or private owneiship and pn- vate initiative, subject alwajs to regulation by public authority, to prevent abuses and fraud? It looks- as if Mr. Roosevelt precipitated the bluest is-sue the Ameuean people will hove had to decide in a half Century or more And they may decide it by asltms a simple question, so simple and obvious as to have been geneully overlooked-- whcio is all the money cori.ni; from to go into all these vcntuies when thcie's not enough ta-Jc: now to balance a budget or keep out of the red' Maybe out of the prmlint pi esses And then the working people will undeistand what it is all about just as did the woikinK people Germany when panting presses mined the \alue of gove-rnmcnt e-ur- ienc over theic and finally biougl. none excesses in the form of dictatorship government. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 75 41 19 24 2S Z') n 25 54- ACROSS 1--National adventuro (lower of 24--Puddles Greece 27--Dancer's 6--Branches of cymbals learning 29--Eldest son of 10--Girl's name Noah 11--A district in 30--Constclla- London __ tion 12--A work in "32--Easy gait literature of 34--Therefore' the highest 35--Greatest class extent 11--Like '35--Actions 16--Poke around (law) 17--Question 39--Tho young IS--American of the her- ostrich ring 20--Conjunction 41--Omit I 22--stories ot 42--Knife case DOWN 13--On top 15--National flower of Ireland 16--Scold 19--A suffix 21--National flower of England 23--Auction 38-- Mislays 30 -- Expression of sorrow 31-- Against (prefix) 33-- Point (oh.) 36 -- Breach 37-- Title of a monk SO-- Exist 25 -- Cry of palo 0 -- Neuter 26 -- Bland pronoun Answer to previous puzzle 1--Departure from the expected 2--Inside 3--Single unit ·t--Note of the scale 5--A claw 6--Donkey 7--Girl's name ^-National flowers of Scotland ft--A short- legged stocking 12--With-prefix O

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