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Daily News Standard (Newspaper) - July 30, 1929, Uniontown, Pennsylvania CURRENT OMMENT Fair tonight. Wedue a d a y 'iucrea Blue cloudl n e a a and' slightly warmer In.ex- treme portion. north "THE PAPER THAT GOES INTO THE HOMES" FINAL EDITION HIGH WATER MAM 23.171 VOL. 41. NO. 194. UNIQNTOWN, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 1929. TWO GENTS. That. Tariit Bill A Good Governor- Flying Is Safer In Prizes For Bargain Days More andTnore Is the disposition manifest .to attribute a degree of re- Bponslbllty for the tariff, jiow in- cubating behind closed doors, at the hands of the Republican members of the Senate Finance Committee There haa beeB" a very general elfor exercised Indirectly to conrey the tm presslon that'the president was op posed to the exactions of the bill as It came from the House of Repre sentatlvea, but iiobody has yet been able to get a direct expression from the president about this. "By the time the Senate recon Tenos on August said Senato: LaFollette, Republican Progresslvi of Wisconsin; may expect to sei the House bill, In a new dross, pre serited to the Senate with much talk of 'Improvements' made over the or Iglnal draft and with graat om phasln placed upon the 'limited character of the "Senate's' revision ol existing rated An effort "will un doubtedly be made by the Old Guard sponsors of the bill to extract an en- dorsement from President Hoover and In any event it is certain that every Senator elected aa a Republic- an who refuses to accept, this mean ure as It cornea front the hands of the Finance Cqmmittee will be branded as a trouble-maker, an ob- structionist and an enemy of; the 'manufacturing and farming Indus- tries of the country.' Senator 'of course, had In mind the position of "the Pros, gressive wing of the Jority, which haa been standing .with the Democratic members, of the Ben- ate'to compel a recession from such Items as the sugar extortion, the boot and shoe iniquities, nml the build- ing nxntertali graft. "Sooner or Mid Senator LaFollttte, "President Hoover must decide whether be stands with Senators Sinoot, Watson, Reed, Edge, and other of the Senate Flnanca on the tariK or againrt them. After dictating the terms of the farm bill and condemning the debenture plan In unmeasured terms, the President cannot with very good grace remain neutral and on the tariff." Senator Connally Texas DMOcrat, points out proposed tariff doss not flt In at all with Herbert on Four.) NITECLUB! THESE RECORD MAKING BOYS (EARL A BELL) ARE ON THE JOB EVERY NIQHT. A MAJESTIC RADIO BRINGS THE WORLD TO YOUR HOME. FREE TRIAL. EASY PAY- MENTS. J. C. Tire Company (Advertisement) The New Uniontown Laundry Co. 34 Street. Next to 24 HOUR SERVICE Driver 'will call and deliver all family flat pieces, washed and Ironed, ready to use, at 7c per pound. Telephone 736. 7 8 mon-tu-wod tf Merchants Offer Big Price Cuts The merchants of Uniontown an- nounce the annual economy .event of the year, BARGAIN DAYS, which will be held this season, next Thurs- day and "Friday, August 1st and 2nd The program planned by the Com- mittee in charge bordara closely upon the sensational and is without doubt most up'que. Not only have stores and business firms of the City co- operated, in presenting a great wealth of bargains, but in addition over twenty-five hundred dollars 'In valuable prizes are to be given away to visitors to the city. This afternoon a squadron of air- planes from the Semahs Airport Co., bearing huge, banners with the worda DAYS" in. letters six feet high, painted by E. J. Wooler- man, announcing Uniontown Bargain Continued on three SEMANS PLANES BROADCAST BARGAINS Second Ward Alderman Is With August 12 as the final day for filing petitions, candidates for ot- are up everywhere. But to date the Job of second ward alder- mno. seems to be the most eagerly sought plum ot them all. Only two petitions have geen flled thus far, those of R. Dalzell Stur- leon and Walter McNatt, but at three more Republican broth- ers are said to bo preparing to eou- ,eat for the with Squire Bob Col- HnH, present Incumbent. They nre reputed, to bo former Mayor William fl. Smart, former Constable John Jotiohoa and possibly Harry Beatty. Thla would make a dandy sli-corner- od race for the coveted nomination. About votea were polled In he second war.d last November and f the candidates hustle as hard aa heir friends talk now there should >e an equally big vote at the prlmar- es. It loks as though any one sure Continued un page seven Two of the Semans Air Transport planes that will be used to broadcast the rare 1929 Bargain Days. There are many prizes for you if you are lucky. ofunlontown's 01 umontowns Miss Chandler Refused New Trials; To Be Sentenced on Friday NOTICE, FIREMEN All firemen going to Carmlchaels o parade will report lu Cnrmlchnels Tuesday evening at 7 p. in. On lesday eveulrg report at Perryopolls t same time. OKO. H. LlX.MAJf, Chief (Advertisement.) A GROWING INSTITUTION THE UNIONTOWN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY South East Corner Main and Becson GROWING NUMBER OF ACCOUNTS APPRECIATED. OUR MODERN FA- CILITIES ENABLE US TO SERVE BETTER. 4% ON SAVINGS MODERN TRUST SERVICE MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE New trials In three cases were re- used this morning by Judge Thomas H. Hudson. Anthon'y Sanaone was refused a new hearing for a statutory offense and will be sentenced Friday. HIa alleged paramour Jennie Chandler, was refused a new'trlal on a similar charge and will also be sentenced on that day. Sanaone, a prominent Uniontown man, and Miss Chandler wero the center figures in tho most in- teresting caseg of-June term. Mrs. Sannqne, prosecutrlx In both casea, alleged her husband and Miss Chand- ler had been principals In a, clande-. stlne affair. Both werc'convlcted but flled mo- tions for a now trial alleging Judge Hudson had erred in admitting cer- tain testimony. The court's opinion today refused these motions. Joe Solomon, Republic Junk deal- er, was refused a now trial on a now trial on a charge of receiving stolen goods and must make his ap- pearance In court Friday tor sent- ence. Solomon was convicted nnd nego- tiating with two boys and H Junk collector to atcal wire from thu Cuu- nellsvillo-Etua Coke company. The stolen goods wore found on his prem- ises, the police said. MAKtMAOB WORNSK8 Arthur Ramago Lambert Marguerite. Ewart......Masontowu VICTIM DIES John Yashko, 48 yeara old, of Amend died this morning at In the Uniontown hospital. He was ad- mitted to the hospital last Saturday suffering from gasoline burns receiv- ed In his home on Sunday, July 14. EARL BELL HEAR THESE ARTISTS AT THE NITE CLUB ON THE NEW CON- NELL8VILLE ROAD AND BE SURE TO HEAR THE NEW MAJESTIC ALL ELECTRIC RADIO. FREE TRJAL. EASY PAYMENTS. J. C. Tire Company (Advertisement) MAJESTIC! YOU; BUY A RADIO BE SURE TO HAVE ;0i INSTALL A MAJESTIC IN YOUR HOME ON TRIAL. J. C. Tire Company COR. BROADWAY AND PETER ST (Advertluonient) IWSifDAY Shady GroTe Park Wednesday, July 31. SPORTS OF ALL KINDS. DANCINQ AFTERNOON AND EVENING GEORGE .SILVER'S CLUB KEN TUCKY ORCHESTRA WILL PLAY FOR DANCINQ FROM TO MID- NIGHT. TWO OF THE BEST SQUARE- DANCE ORCHESTRAS OB TAINABLE WILL PLAY AFTER NOON AND EVENING FOR SQUARE DANCING. A GOLD DOOR PRIZE FOR ROUND DANCINQ. SEVERAL PRIZES ON SQUARE. DON'T MISS THE GREATEST EVENT IN YEARS BARRELS OF FUN. Lowest Prices IN TOWN 130 SUITS FOR Cleaned and Prttted WEDNESDAY SPECIAL 55c FASHION TAILOR SHOP 91 M.ln Street Uniontown, Pa. Phone 3272 SAFETY The A-B-C of safety is, Always Be Careful; this is as important in the selection of your bank as it is in the operation of Mines, Mills and Factories. When you deposit your money in bank you want to know to a dead certainty, that it is going to be there for you when you want or need it. If you wish to keep your Imoney where there is no doubt as to its safety bring it to the Round Corner. When it comes to "Safety First" the Frick Coke Company has noth- ing on us. FAYETTE TITLE TRUST CO. Total and Trut Department Rewurcw 20 Dead In Mine Blast In Germany Endurance Fliers Say They Will Land But Note Is Just a Joke For Helpers BRESL.AU, Germany, July 30. Twenty persons were hilled and 12 gravely'Injured today in a. mine ex- plosion at Niederhefmsdorf, Silesia. The mine disaster occurred in the Friendenlioffnung's colliery from au explosion of coal dust. The explo- sion occurred Monday.at al- although it did not become known outside the immediate scene the disaster until this morning owing to the concentration nil possible ef- forts at rescue which continued un- ceasingly until 3 A. M. (German time) today. Them.were 12 surviv- ors seven; of. whom are in a critical condition. Suit Filed Against Half's Estate (By United Ihvss) PITTSBURGH, July tional were disclosed In two nulls died .Federal court: tofiny the "William A. HuK of NOTICE TO BIDDERS Saeled bids for the construction of sower oh Lairn'avenue, Uniontown, Pa., will bo received by City Council, In the Council Chamber, at p. m., August 6, 1929. IMans and specifica- tions can be secured at the City En- glneet'n bftlce. A deposit ot 15.00 Is required for each set, which will be refunded upon return of plans. Certified check or bond In he amount of 10% of total sum bid to accompany each bid. Council re- serves the right to reject Hny or all bids. CAMERON J. LaCLAlR. Sunt, Streets and Public 27 30-8 1 3 4t Improvements, ST. LOUIS, July spurning the haying ita wrrigi clipped the St. Louis Robin remalfpd in the air here today and at a. m., completed its 417th hour- the air. Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lind-' bergh arrived from the west and- gave Pilots Jackson and O'Brine aii aerial.salute. ST. LOUIS, July ily through perfect early morning Continued on BE CAREFUL! DON'T BUY ANY RADIO UNTM, YOU HAVE HEARD A "MAJESTIC" ALL ELECTRIC RADIO. THE MTT THAT HAS MADE RADIO HISTORY. FREE TRIAL, EASY J. C. Tire Company BROADWAY AND PETER ST. (Advertisement) tVtw Uniontown Laundry M Jtfftrwn NMI BrMJM CASH AND CARRY BASIt Discount will be allowed M all brought In and caltod for. Old prices itlll prevail ow trucks call for and deliver. Ntw Owntrihlp. New 78 mob-tn-wed tt "THOU" THE NEW THOR ELECTRIC WASHER WITH ATACHAU.E ELECTRIC IRONER, BAKED ENAMEL TUB. FULL t SHEET CAPACITY. FREE TRIAL. LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS, J. C. Tire CosBpaay COR. BROADWAY AND PETER ST. (Advertisement) THIS BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Strongjit Bunking AMOdctton In the Complete Protection 'T'HE new Safe De- posit Vault of The National Bank of Fay- ette County, large, comfortable, unusually vvvell equipped, is ready This banks 13 a designated depos- itory for the Gov- ernment ot tho United States and for the Post- al Savings SyB- tcm. for service. Individual boxes are available at per year up Entrance on street steps to as- cend or descend. Com- petent attendants at hand to render every needed service. We Welcome the Opportunity 3cire Y'M. Tm NATIONAL BANK or FATETH Coonf M.HJ UNIONTOWni OiOOT AMD
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