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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1929, Uniontown, Pennsylvania Economy Intelligent .economy. In Herald and th. open to Intelligent Read the V D Weat VOL. 23. NO. 15. AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION LAST WEEK, TJNIONTOWN UNITED FOR PROGRESS, UNIONTOWN, FAYETTE COUNTY, PENN'A., THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1929. EIGHTEEN PAGES TWO CENTS .THREE WEEKS OF CRIMINAL COURT ORDERED 204 Reservations Made For Tri-State Bridge Tournament; Will Start Friday 300 Names Will Be Drawn From Wheel By Commissioners INEWS OF COURTS 'i'hreo weeks of criminal court with. ilOO jurors drawn for each week were .ordered yesterday by ,1Udge Thomas ]K. Hudson and 300 names will be from tlio jury wheel as tun Jlrst work by the jury commissioners 1929. lu addition there will bo El names drawn 101' t'ie Brand jury will meet the lust week of J-'elnnary. The commissioners ycstordiiy con- cluded their work of filling the wheel v.ith names which wjll ho drawn for the various terms of civil and trimlnal court of the your. It took1 iho commissioners two weeks In V hrch to complete (he list. A num- of central caimnitteemen from major political parties wero 'B'.ow In forwarding their lists lo tho c-ninmiBBloncrs tills year. Cluss Company Wins A verdict tor in favor of tho jiliiintlff was Uio decision returned a Jury yesterday afternoon beforo Jintga Thomas H. Hudson In the sull of tho 0. 0. Cluss Ijiimbor Company TiKiilnsl a R, [or the dam- pee of a Cluss lumber truck In a col- Jblon near Kvorgrcen Terrace last pummcr. The plaintiff )md asked for tho amount of tha repnlr bill lor the truck. Wonseller was Insur- Td and an Insurance company will puind the loss. Brownsville Merchant Sued Suit against R. S. Broslus, u merchant, was started yesterday beforo Judge Hudson by promoters ot tho Dolly's Kotks Com- pany, a Washington, Pa., concern seeka to collect tho n'.h'KOd unpaid porllon of a stock sub- fcriiptlon of 1.000 shares which (Continued on Pago Sevoiiicon) Tlia program for the Tri-State. bridge tournament at (ho White. Swan Hotel Friday and Saturday fol- lows: F Friday, 'January 25 p. imir champion- ship game; open duplicate game; progressive auction; pivot auction. p. pair champion-, ship qualifying women's pair championship (qualifying round) open duplicate game; progressive auc- lloii; pivot auction. Saturday, January 26 i a. duplicate game; progressive auction; pivot p. men's champion- ship pair game; finals women's plonshlp pair game; open duplicate tame; progressive auction; pivot auc- tion. p. team of four'game; open duplicate game; progressive auction; pivot auction. Two hundred and four reservations, of which 70 are from outside t'ayette county, have been made for the tour- nament. In addition to Payette county, cm tries have been received froni Waynesburg. Washington, Mount Pleasant, Greensburg, llorgantown, W. Va., Johnstown, Klttannlng, But- ler, Sharon, Greenville, Brie, Oil City, Franklin, Harrlsburg, "Wheeling, W. Va., Akron, Cleveland and Warren, O. Cups and trophies which have been offered in the tournament and which have been on display in the windows ot the Fayette Title and Trust Coui- piu.y will be rcmov-Kl tonight to Ilie liotel'whero they will remain on dls- play during the tournament Mr. and Mrs. Henry .1. Halley oE Pittsburgh have made reservations COMMITTEES AWARD MOTOR SHOW CONTRACTS Blue Prints of Site of Exhibition Are Completed VISITS MEMBERS SCHOOL TEACHERS, SUPERVISORS AND DIRECTORS TO HAVE RALLY SATURDAY IN CHRISTIAN CHURCH 32 Members of Crew of Italian Ship Saved United States Liner America Rescues Seamen in "Whole Wester- ly Gale" 700 Miles off Virginia Capes. By Associated Press STATE POLICE PROBE THEFT OP JEWELRY Suits police aro now '111- ihoft of jewelry, valued at jrom the Hlllmnn Supply Company at Thompson No. i rarly this tWrck. i: is bollovcd that Ihn thief or tliit vea obtained entrance lo ihe store by removing a pane of KlafS from the door and sprlnpliiK I hi Only jewelry and rlioap tukon by (he hurghirs. lock. N niches You're Lucky Fit iTOne Of These Fit You 74 A SUITS T WINS FIFTH PLACE POULTRY SHOW AT NEW YORK CITY A pen of White Rocka outer- 'ed In the anuual poultry show at Madison Square Garden. New York, by Mary Rancosky of Smock took fifth place In petition according to information received yesterday ul the Fayede County Agricultural Extension Bureau office In Ihe Comity Build- ing. The prize award was Miss Rancosky's chickens rep- resented Pennsylvania In the ex- hibition. The pen also was en- tered lu. the show as a part of the poultry exhibit arranged by the agricultural bureau ot the Haiti- more and Ohio Railroad. Committees arranging for tho great automotive exposition here next month are working at top speed and .plans are well under way. The joint exposition under the direction of the. Unlontown Automotive Asso- ciation will. be.held at tho Central Oarage beginning February G and for the remainder of that of bridge players. Cleveland, O.; J1 r. i (Com In ned on I-.RO Seventeen, Contracts or lighting. decora- I lions, advertising and so on either have been let or will be made during tlid next few days. The committee on spaces has completed its blue prints of the building, ihe finance i committee virtually has completed its visits to its membership and the selection of show spaces probably will ho made on Saturday afternoon. i Many new enH'iiainnieut features al- so are planned. The Central Garage will be refurnished throughout and i attractively decorated in time for Ihe exhibitors to arrange their dis- plays in advance of the opening date. Among the committees arranging i for the show are: H. Craft and Frank Santo. Preparation and H. McGiunls, LONDON, Jan. 24. A radio message intercepted by the Land's End station this morning stated that the steamer Pene- lope was abandoned In a sinking condition late last night off the coast of Portugal. Tho message, which was sent from Monesanto, Portugal, gave the position as a few miles west ot Lisbon. (Five vessels bearing the name of Penelope are listed in ship Will 9 O'Clock in Morning- An educational rally. ini-liuliug teachers, supervisors and directors of all the school dislrlcia of Fayette Grover Gleason and Dr. F. D. Hess, county will he held in tho Central Electrical C. Reisinger Christian Uiiiontown. Snlur-jaud A. S. Sticks. PRESIDENT-ELECT TALKS POLITICS day, beginning at 0 o'clock morning, and ending not later I o'clock In tho iiflpiimnn. This is to be a joint meeting, an union meeting, of the Directors' Association, the Principals' Associa- j tlou, and' all other teachers and i supervisors of both Iho elementary and the High schools including all teachers, supervisors and directors of Unioutown. ronncllMville, Dun bar Township, German Township and Redstone Township. The purpose of tho meeting la to ereata and Intensity public school interests in every school district the county, and to consider proposed aohool Icglslallon that may coma be fore the State Assembly during the present session. Among other the i R. Seaman and It. 13. Sibley. than i Lee and George All Custom Tailored Some With 2 Trousers Sizes 32 to 50 57 O'COATS includes Top Coats Gabardines All Custom Tailored to 50 Our Week-end Special Is One Suit of Wilson Bros, Heavy or Medium Weight Underwear. One Suit Regular Price, Extra Suit 1 Or 2 Or 2 1 Or 2 I Or 2 SIZES 34 TO 56 Howard M. Steele Outfitter to Gentlemen Opp, State Theatre Hoover Inquires Into Situation in South By Associated I'rffs MIAMI 11KACH, Fin.. Jail. 23. Pivstdciit-elccl Hoover had scarcely ROItt'n settled for his soulhern vacn- jtion today before ho begun InquirluK I inlo future prospecls of Ihe Ueimbll- ican party .In Ilio Soulh. i Smart W. Cramer of Chnrlolto. N, (Continued ou Piigo Savcntcen) Dominick the Hatter Never Heard of it The original Nick the Ilatlrr is lo- onled at coiner of Polor and I'ltls- burgh streets, opposite Dlxio theatre. SPECIAL THIS WEEK Men's hats Me, ladles 40o. Thin Is the only "Nick tho Hatter" In Unlonlowu Unit miikos hnis look oa good :is new. -Adv. Santo. Finance Holla Campbell, A. L. Steppe and Harry Long, tlsing -Donald P. Beamer. Adver- DOLLAR LINER IS REFLOATED Uy Associated s NASSAU', UAHAMA. ISLANDS, Jan. of the steamer Presi- COAL MEASURE HEARINGS END Operators and Mine Workers Give Much Testimony By Associated Press WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. Hearings on the bill to regulate the bituminous coal industry were con- cluded today by the Senate Interstate. Commerce committee after coal oper- ators and the United Mine Workers had given voluminous testimony against and la favor of the measure. There Is little expectancy that the bill will be considered in the current session of Congress and the United Mine Workers' organization has de- clared its desire to have the measure] come up in the forthcoming extra, session. This desire was made known to thei committee by Henry M'arrum, its at- torney, who asserted that in the re- cent campaign all discussion of farm; i and textile industry depression in- cluded an acknowledgement of prompt 1 relief for the bituminous industry. j Senator of Missouri, a Dem- i ocratic member of ihe committee, ex- public school libraries, public school music, and certain sections of tho platfrom of the TViinsylviinia Stato Education Association. Tho program will niako provision for at ieast four addresses lead- lus educators of tho state; Iwo con (Continued on Pngo Seventeen) P To au observation by Senator tana, another Demo- that "They can't con- fine legislation in special Among the passengers is J. C alvin Senator Hawes replied that he under- Core of Unioutown who was on his all attempt to way to the Pacific coast by way of the so NBW YORK, Jan. 23. Captain George Ried of the United States liner America again wrote hli name into an epoch of tho sea tonight when he rescued the 32 members of I the crew of the disabled Italian freighter, Florida, in a roaring westerly 700 miles off the Virgina capes. No details what must have been a thrilling battle with tho sea wero given In the laconic message which Captain Uied sent to his line's offices here telling of tho rescue. His message said: "Rescued full crew Florida. Total 32, Chief Officer Harry Manning In charge. Whole westerly gale. Lifeboats lost. Proceeding. More details later." Old shipping men reading those words, "whole westerly could vis- what must have been a, terrific I job. The "whole gale" means a 76- mllc-an-hom- wind and mountainous seas which must have been tossing :ho little freighter around like a cork. Flow Captain Itled maneuvered hlfj l-'reat liner in those seas, lowered a lifeboat and got It safely alongside; the Florida ami then back safely to- the America remains to be told. Captain Rled first wrote his namo in. tho heroic letters in January of 1920 when ho turned hla ship, at that time the President Roosevelt, to the aid of the sinking British liner AJT- tlnoe for two days In snow and fog nnd cold. Seas running high, ho held his ship alongside the sinking vessel :md finally rescued her crew. He lost two of his own crew in the rescue. The fate of the two other ships, the British freighter Teesbrldge and tho American tanker. Dannedaike, still remains in doubt. The former has been given up for lost as rescue ships failed to find her In tha posi- tion she broadcast Monday afternoon but the Dannedaike is believed still afloat. She told the President Harri- son, one of the vessels which search- ed unsuccessfully for the Florida, :hat she had set up a Jury rig of sails and was attempting to make Bermuda. Y MEMBERSHIP DINNER DATE SET Annual Affair Will Be Held February 8; Place Uncertain The date set for the Uniontown Y. M. C. A.'s annual membership din- ner is February 8. The meeting will be held in the evening, the place yet to be designated. The speaker for tha occasion will be Walter M. Woou, General Secretary of the Y. M. C. A.'s of Philadelphia. For tho first time in the history of the local association women will be privileged to attend. Further an- nouncement will he made through, the newspapers and the mail early In the week. present session. Among other TO an obsen Icms that may he given eonsldera- I tomorrow luornnip ready to pro- of Mon (ion are the following: taxation, cccd on her voyage tl Credit Association To Have Meeting The mouthy meeting of The Credit Association of Western Pennsylvania. Fayette county branch, be held at the White Swan }iolel this eve- i niug at o'clock. Dinner will be Panama Canal. Word received from j Tile labor organization attorney j served. The speaker Mr. Core was to the effect (hat lie In-] was asked by Senator Couzens, Re- 1 J. W. Dawson. he Judge NATIONAL 8 8 TUBE ALL ELECTRIC RADIO ALL UP TO DATE. LESS J. C. TIRE CO. (Advertisement) tended to complete his trip. REWARD Kriurn of Bracelet S'et With (iarnr-ts. Itelurn to Herald Ollu'iv (Advertisement) publican, Michigan, who has been act- ing as chairman of Ihe committee in the absence of Scmuor Watson of In- diann, whether there was any chance (Continued on faqo Seventeen) i 1925 OAK'LAND SEDAN Door) For Salo Cheap lo Quick Itiiyer. Call 1719-11.- Adv. MAJESTIC! VISIT OUR BEAUTIFUL MAJESTIC i RADIO PARLOR AT 96 WEST MAIN ST. SEE AND HEAR THE WON-' FOR SALE COLUMBIA GRAFAN- OLA EDISON PHONOGRAPH J. C. TIRE CO. COR. BROADWAY AND PETER ST. (Advortifomenn COAL! COAL! DERFUL NEW 1929 MAJESTIC RA- n rt. Baker's coal. The leading ooal DIO. MODEL NO. 71 FREE of 12c dumped. 13c shov- FIRE SALE bargains, bargnins. Shoes for all occasions, J2.IS. DIXIE SHOE STORE 71 Mnln St. (Advertisement i SPEAKERS ONE LOT OF HIGH CLASS LOUD CONE RADIO SPEAKERS. VALUES TO J. C. TIRE CO. COR. BROADWAY AND PETER ST. (Advertisement) TRIAU. EASY PAYMENTS. Jos. Coynes Radio Shop eleil. For quick service 96 W. MAIN ST. PHONE 227 JUST RECEIVED Car fresh fi'iills nnd vegetables, con-: slstlng of pens, mushrooms, euciim-' bers, parsley, tomatoes, new beets.', now carrots, savoy cabbage, kale, en-1 dive, spinach, strawberries, water-: cress, rhubarb, artichokes, radishes. and nil other fresh frnil and vege tables. West Fenn Fruit Mkt. FREE 1068 R. J. REED, Mar. (Advertisement) I ART STUDIO I i I'jiy and evoniHj; classes in drawing, oil. water color nnd china painting.' Oui door seasonable. Instructor A. EDNA EVANS Ichland >Ave. Phono J'UiO-.l Why Delay? Tho host time to tnlcp caro of your eyes is before thoy have been per- manently hurraed by neglect. Satis- factory examination by our regis- tered Optometrist. We grind our own Glasses as low as J. W. NICHOLS JEWELER OPTOMETRIST Fayette Title Trust Bldg. NOTICE OLIVER NO. 1 AND NORTH GAL- LATIN AVENUE BUS PATRONS: OUR BUSSES WILL NOT OPER. ATE FROM 9 A. M. TO 12 A. M., THURSDAY, JAN. 24, DURING THE FUNERAL OF OUR FATHER, JOHN QUARRICK. iSlGNED) QUARRICK BROS. Sportsmen Attention! The anuual venison dinner of the UnlonlONvu chapter ot The Fftyette County Fish and Game-Association will bo held at M. P. church, cor- ner ucesou Blvd. and Fayette St., Thurs. evening Jan. 2Uh at 7 P. M. No charge. Dues may be paid. All sportsmen and friends welcome. PANCAKE SUPPER By Missionary Society of the Second Presbyterian Church in the Dining Room, Thurs., Jan. -1. Worn to I'rice ;'.5c. -Adv. Bradley Shoppe Final Clearance Sale of Jersey, Wool Crepes and Silk Dresses All Greatly Reduced. One lot Dresses Lot of Hats V2 Off 1 Lot of Underwear at HALF-PRICE CITIZENS BLDG. SECOND FLOOR TAKE ELEVATOR (Advertisement) HAIR C UT 25c MILLER'S 71 E. SOUTH ST. (Advertisement) COAL 9 FT. COAL Beat Run ot Mine Coal in tho Ueglon. Sc Tipple; 12c Dumped; 13c Shoveled. Baker Coal Co. Phone DO YOU WANT TO GlilT WjCjLjLi. j T T 4 XT IF SO, SEE THIS SPECIALIST L. L. NEWMAN Whiil 1 advertise Is facts mid I will j Income Tax Consultant and Licensed THIS JtANK IS A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM The Strongest Banking Association In the World OUR RESPONSIBILITY FOR SERVICE Tho National Dunk of Fayotto County's position of leadership among tho banks Cntontown Is a not only of honor but of responsibility aa TV oil. Only tho highest order of financial service will aufflco to maintain tho standard which tho bank has been nblo to rcnclt through continued public confidence. In live future na In tho past our friends will find us alort to every opportunity for broad- or service to them and to the community. WE WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE YOU THE NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTE COUNTY M. H. Bowmnn, CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS MORE THAN A MILLION DOLLARS j do Just what is promised. I Ho not Rive up 16 die because yon hsxvo tried others and foiled to get well. 1 The. Siuvlnllsl liouts all Chronic and Acuto cases oC Men and Wompii. Special attention Is given to Hiokon Arches. also Rheumatism, Catarrh, 1.tins and Stomach Diseases, Nervous- ness, Neuritis, Neuralgia, Asthma, lironchilU, Gollro or Gland Troublo, I'arnlyslii, Heart Disease. Nervous bllity, or any Hlood niseiide or Weak-1 ness. Hallow Complexion, Dizziness, Dyspopsln, Indigestion, tftomuch or Dowel Trouble, or Fits. Public Adjuster of Claims. Vn- fon Arcade COAL 7c at bin. lie dumped. Call '-'--I-N (Advertisement) AUTO BODY CO. If you wreck your ear don't worrj, we'll fix it. Also Unco retlnlshlng. Cor. Gallatln and Kiiyette MAJESTIC! 'AMERICA'S CHOICE! THE NEW 8 I TUBE ALL ELECTRIC RADIO WITH .adles who suffer from Sick Ilead-iTHE POWER DYNAMIC SPEAKER, acho. Melancholia, Spinal or Nervous MODEL 71 COMPLETE FREE TRIAL. EASY PAYMENTS. UNIONTOWN DEALERS J. C. TIRE CO. Troubles, Tumors, Gland Enlarge- ments nnd General Dlaeaava treated without tho knlte. or Young It matters not what tho Illness may he, or what discouraging reports may havo been mado from any direction, or It yon have been told that you aro Incurable, don't undergo a operation and have your Ufa endin- gercd by knife, lunco or noedlo, until you to and consult this cmlntnt Spe- cialist, and IF thsro 13 tho finest upon which to hnng hope you will Bud hopa here, with the or treat- ment that will lead you to honlth, con.- comment nnd hftpplneai. DR. 0. H. SHERRY 11 1-2 St., Unltmtown, Pa. I (Advertisement) PHONE 17 JOS. COYNE'S RADIO SHOP 9S WEST MAIN ST. (Advertisement) RED MEN'S Square Danca Fraternal Thurs., Jan. DANCE I At Sons of Italy Hall, Tonight. HonolU Unloutowu Italian School. Millie by SilTcr'i Club Kentucky Orch estrn. Hours to (AUTfrtUemcnV) ANNOUNCEMENT During the illness of Mr. W. S. Nixon the funeral service will be in charge of his son, Donald R. Nixon, assisted by Sloan S. Shaffer. Mr. Nixon has been associated with his father for the past seven years; was graduated from The Eckels College Embalming and Funeral Directing of Philadelphia, arid is now a licensed Funeral Director of Pennsylvania. Mr. Shaffer has been associated in tho business for the past sixteen years; is a graduate of The Columbus Training School for Embalmers, and has been associated with somo of tho largest Funeral Homes of the Middle West. Mr. Nixon and Mr. Shaffer nro well qualified to give the samo Distinctive Service and Courteous Treatment thut Mr. W. S, Nixon has given the public in tho, past twenty-five years.
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