NEWCASTLE, PA, NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, Real, Money Sl3e5aH-TLas? DeSseicws High Seoce PAUL JOTES ik"EI:STOHE STORES H.Pa Legion Hopes To Pui One Million Idle Men ; Back In Earning Classji PITTSBURGH. Jo.:: . ' . Under the Leiti m-v ft. op to s30'0 ' S":f Guardian Financial Corporation 21-2::: K. VASx-iFNGTON STREET - Saving Food Lb. , Qt.Jar Social Iff lie LUX X - lrffl-toilet Scap d& forA J ers in five major areas of i United States to co-opcratc el:h the mergencv." Stevens said. The fasten-. g:oup of ten .o.ates. ncludint' Pcnnsylvimia, will send . .. hi-ooably February 2 r tlie national program will be it; full swing." SOUTH CIIUltCH SPIKE COE5 HC5STON. Jim. 22. The spire oi the Old South Church. In Coplc; Square is tenig domoitshed. and. un ; r;os. ell H. Strafford the new LOA ts.h quickly-: Typhoid Victim .. At Pittsburgh First Professor Appointed To Carnegie Tech Faculty Is Taken By-Death Pittsburgh:, Jar. 22.Aiexan-cler Jay Wurtz. 80. noted scholar ir.-vc'nlor and first professor appointed Ln the CaroOCOe Tefll rroo.hrv, died a two weeks' illness Ironi typlioidJ Born In Carbondnlc, Pa., Wurtz was a direct descendant eel John Jay, first Ciller Justice of the United Stales Supremo Court. r.m:Jua;njii from Ya'.r in ;es2. he look a post-straduatc course tit the Stevens Institute of Technology at Hoboken. N. J. For 20 years he wart employed by a large clectr.cnl concern here and from 1SD8 to 1SD2, ho wcivtcd with Genrje Wcstirghci.-!,.; m perfecting the Ncmst inenndes- Ho joined the faculty of Carnegie Tech when the school was organized October 10. 1904. He was iia.dc head of the department of electrical engineering-. In 192S. 'no retired from teaching because or increasing deafness and. was appointed chairman of the student weTa.ve committee. At one time. Dr. Wurtz was awarded the John Scott medal or the Franklin Institute for Ills invention? ol lightning arresters ar.d the discovery of non-arcing metals. He was twice married. His first wire. Mrs. Jennie L, Child. Wurtz :Farm Loan BiU- Given Approval Report On Federal Farm Loan Banks Bill Goes To Senate For Final Action IINGTON. Jan. 22. The rhursday adopted the con- Fedora i Farm Loan Banks bill which settled differ 2 nees thru existed bc- . tween the House and Senate on uis measure. This was the nr.: of the administration's financial relief , the Hon Movie Industry ' . Enters Protest i WASHINGTON. tire sen of the I r.poltesmen told the House w.r.s and I Means committee Thursday that the f Treasury's proposed tax on theatre aelr.i.ssior.a would ' cut cur hie heart of the industry." ! Representative.- of the Industry's ! giants and little theaters asserted The contemplated tax on all aclmis- sions above ten cents is unjustified. I Hoover Disapproves Big Naval Program Sir:- WASHINGTON. Jan. -n Pret.i- dent Hoover has disapproved tiie j Navy dcpartrricnt's projjosal lor a ten year $016,000,000 construction program, it was learned authorita-.oolv Thursday. Despite the attitude of the Whits House. Rep. Vinson i.D) of Georgia. ao-mo.tr oi tier i louse .;''.:: m .o j i - mttee i bill ( GARDNER Mr. ar.d Mabel, Helen. last Sunday to vls.t their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Willlitm Walker, ar.d family ot Wavne Stop. David Walker. Sr.. 'no l.ved for several vears with his son Charles, rs now making his home with lis daughter and husrxmc. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp Johns, of Wayne :. and Mra. Philip Moon of Gardner. vjlieO ;-sl bunctc; a. ui Jicir.e or the hitter's sister. -4r. ani Mrs John Henderson, or ..o.oo.o, .oop. Gladys. Sidney. Sylvia. r.n Gertrude Moore, were wan uiei parent? Mrs. vil'.ard H. Kennedy, of C-aid rr' lias Dcen in bed for a few day. with (trip, but-, la now able to b. A very intf-rcstinc meeting of Sec-iirn G. of the V. L. B. of the Su. ;cr road was held last Friday a h" home of Mr. and Mrs. W F 'McClanc A clehcous ncr mils served at noon, pioprarr. was giver. In the aitei-noon. Mrs. McClane and her daughter Mrs. Wiles extended gracious hospitality to all who were orescnt and the meeting was great-lv enjovtd bv nearly twenty .adles. ill mnrnbevs cf the Third United Presbyterian church In New Castic. Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Kirkwood. of Gardner, iii-.d daughter. Mrs. Wirier and her son. Robert, motored to Aliquippa ISoii Mr Harrison Kirk wood Tlnoher of the old Pitts- 1 . went to Princeton on spend the day with her . ypcnd.nR Taylor Edward Stickle, of. Ooraopolis Is a Eucst at the BoOhcr home lor a lev days. Mrs, Robert Brown, of Har-lansburg, visited their relatives at the Boohcr home, iii company with her daughter Miss Thclma, who is a graduate nurse. Dorothy Donley, of the Butler Dorothy' Hay on Monday, A group of folks "from Gardner went to the parsonage of the Slippery Rock Presbyterian church near Elhvood City, on Tuesday night to bid farewell to Rev. Paul Elliott, and Mrs. Elliott and the children, Samuel. George and Dorothy, Miss Emma Cnhill. who 'has been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. ThDrmsQi:. 31 Gardner for several vears, left hist Monday lor ':he G, A. R. Heme, near Pittsburgh. The members of the Community Circle of Gardner met on Thursday nlcht at the home of Mr. ar.d Mrs.; John Kirkwood. HARRISBURO, Jan. 22. A total of 32.607 acres of good frame to: ritory -no the property of the sports-of Peiriisyh-.hir. dirr'.rt' 'hie paot In addition, tho mineral rights required on a tract of 370 acres previously purchased. These lands Jslrlbuk-c jr. twrnly-or.a coun ties of the State and wore acquired from sixty-eight individual owners rage, of about S3. 30 per acre. The Game Commission's holdings. oorc 1 1. vitrei from funds obtained m the sale or resident liuutlns rises, have now reached a total dd4 41S.ri aCerv Tl'.cv arc d'.r.;-1- butod in thirty-three, c-f the slxty-evcn counties nnrTcomprJse lorty-scver. Clocks of State game lands. On some of tiie blocks same refuses have been established, hut by far :l-,c greater proportion) or the lands net npr.; tr jruolie Hunting. The acre acquired in each of the due:: Bedford sorseochao o Tioga . . . . Western Penna. Dry Raids Lead In State Total ,nth Than Entir. Stale PHILADELPHIA Jan. 22--Wcitcrn Pennsyivanla dortr cl el on net the month of Decsntbi number cf hq.ior raids aire! 1 , ' , - 'I - mi I "Cl il district, made public here t Dm mo LJie month 12D foderel developed in v.eh.e'.n 'cuir.jlv 72 in the Ki.dd. ; riioloe the cr.ster.i a.s.rict uuisl i.ioiii,, Jt.i. l the . way express office In Pittsbu Eellevue. Allegheny county, a Huntingdon township and ; Mother of 7 TITS wo: . .."noto Her syste.i ho gives her the rigi- grnv ii:.t old. an'tl "pei:" Unit come from a lively liver :inc strong, active howcls. V!icn you're sl'jcgish aii'l Llic syslcm needs help, don L toke a lot Ta nous '- '1 ' : - presor for ivcry elrupgist irepaiiilion. it in :.es.i la. for Dr. Caldwell's syru; ;.o.?i--c a I.Ulo every day nr en1 I v orjL'n :i iii your body feels lire Ibis delicious syiu.i luViedd of the LOOKING BACK IN NEW CASTLE Among the men who had much ho do with the earlier mdustral .-lottery of New Castle was -the Hon. Samuel R. Baldwin, who was iden tilled with the stove foundry business for many years. Mr. Baldwin was born ''in Pittsburgh December 20. 1B41. and his death Is a matter of but recent years and he is remembered by hundreds of present residents or the c:tv. He attended school in Pittsburgh until it years of age. after which he worked in a .ore years ln a candy Iaetory. ci Alexander Bradley & vCo. of Pittsburgh to. learn the movers trade and had completed his ap prenticeship before the Civil war in which he saw service. He entered the army August 1, 1801, as a member Of Company E, Sixty-Third Pennsylvania, voiunteer infantry, and was honorably dtsaarged December 3. 18S2,' havlnff been seriously-wounded in the Battle of Pull Run. After the close of this period or service, he re-entered tho Bradley works as a journeyman moulder, but for years had to move about on a crutch Dn account of the injuries he had sustained in the service. He d with .ins firm after able ' rlrve until the early sev became manager of Mitchell A: Co. or Pittsburgh. Idaler nine different olrims uy c on solid l t;r,r. formed ore Pittsburgh Stove & Range company. Mitchell Lt Co. being one of the number going into the consolidation. Tn 1-13. Roh-rt A. Duncan and Mr. Baldwin purchased the Mitchell & Co. plant and In 1832 they erected the New Cnrstlc work." under the nnmi: of Duncan Si Baldwin. About IFor fvfr Baldwin ocrehrmed '1 the- I J. C. Gra The rill o r-i K :;r:i:r molidaled a tt.-'eoro.i Stove is; Range in lR7t" lie ve r, elected 'o the legislature from the filth dis-re Alomker.v eoooo, !Ie s-rv- ed for four or the Mew Cas-nting the second Belesfs Effort To Get Boi!Piy OnForeign''Cats;ManWith"Hex" HARRISEUP.G, '.dm V i'mm i"" .in i . d ihey Imniodiatcly noted s DliPORTCD 2.3S0 ALIENS T42 voluntary deporte idmlnals, while mc trans and Canadia najorlty of the vol Still Young .. Yo I'll be ik1 rf all ic I Uij'bov.'ok Yori'il C ofrttl.nrl.r-, is ollen UlO.il ns- re Lie ,11. r . And m lirc.ak nf t:ie cn'-harlir, Iniluf.' At llic same ; time Lu.iliiii:u l.eal.h and v. cor tnat i prnlccts Vi'.i frciu freruent sic I .. lael.es, a id eoldsV Get big bolllc o" Or. C: . Use oiler .,. Un r Sireiifjlb. ft ISC', expeub g A sensational vuluc lor San I These rlG-picce sets of silvcrwai New Low Prices now in effect on SJ7 Rogers and Holmes & Ed wards Silverware. Savings. 25 to 33'-.;- Jfe G' B YOUR JEtVI U8WB smciQss. Goodbye forever to cooking drudgery mm?:- TMmm No more n5 and watching Consider what General Electric Hotpoint cookery means to you ... to your family. Think what a joy it will be to have your kitchen always comlortable always cool. Think of the pleasure of cooking wonderful deUcious meals that -don't have to be watched.. . . don't even require your presence in the kitchen. A tow initial paymcnr: puts a new Hotpoint Range in your kitchen. Come in ; and (earn more about our wonderful offer. - - GENERAL g ELECTRIC RANGE PENNA POWER Phone 1820 Complete Service hr Six Persons Hollow Handles-Stainless Steel Blades S5 s:;th pakkiiII 'TWAS ANOTIIILR TROTZKV NOV. - nor.ioredr.dp Crsta! Beads $1-95 drat he had capt JinVKI:''t-v:rr!ed c er hot kitchen stoves, ming kertles of food. CO.
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