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January 28, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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TWo THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBL.LSVTLLB, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 191? I CHJJOKEEEb BOXXET The Young Women's Mission Guild, of the'VCfsCBaptist church, will'meet tomorrow night in the basement of the cnurclt-Ifcis the regular monthly meeting and ait members are asked to bring their mite bpies._ Miss_ Florence -Shumaker and Freeman Davis, · oE Ohiopyle, eloped - to Cumberland Saturday. They returned home,3atnrday night and .Trill .reside temporarily with the bridegroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis. .Miss Winllred Durncll- will entertain the -5. C^T. Fancywork club tomorrow evening etcher home m East Patterson aVeniKv · - » .-."-"-" ,A- .comedy "let on Parle . FrancaJs,'* "will be presented tomorrow night ,at..the .Arcade theater, for the benefit of the Jewish war sufferers. The committee is composed of Mrs, S. M. Leiy and Mrs. Bouher, the Hour", (a) "Russia", Mis Ardis Edwards; ('b),_"ATnerica," Miss Came Dull; (c) "France,", Mrs. E. S. Bailey; (dX ."Engtuia." Mrs. C.' C. , Collins; current topics, Mrs. G. B. Roberts, Mrs, E-Hazlett, Mrs. 1. TV. MAdigan; reading, Miss Carie Anna -Bailey; special music will *»e rendered. The I. H. N. class of the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday school will meet tonight at the borne of Mrs. J. T. Muir m North Pittsbjrg street. All members are invited. Beginning _with tonight the Business "Women's Christian Association will meet each Monday night at the Red Cross ."headquarters'-at the old high school building to lew for the Red^ross. All othe'r business women, -fho are "not members of the association, are also invited. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid. Society, of Trinity Lutheran This pretty model with lie,straw in green and maize squares standing on a point and. with the band and hat in olive green crepe makes a most youthful and dainty spring bonnet. MRS. A. OBRAHD. Mrs. A. Gerard, 50 years old, o( Connellsville, died Saturday in a Pitts- ionnerly MiSs Mayibclle Shcrrick.' church will be held Thursday after- There -will be a splendid musical pro- I noon at the home of Mrs. "Jacob Brick- gram _and,dancing. Harrv Percy will I man in. East Crawford avenue. Miss Josephine Wilson will enter- j to' the home at Yoik and Cummmgs give an Italian impersonation and Mary ;Elrzabettr Clark_ TV ill -entertain the audience, with toe dancing Installation- o£_ officers lot .the. en- burg hospital. The remains were ' brought yesterday to J. L. Stader's undertaking rooms and then removed -Mrs. Henbert fribee, J10, Mrs. S. S. Stahl, t»o pair wristlett,, Mas. K. S. Marsh, fair wristlets and sweater; Mrj. p. K. Weiwier, pair wristlets^ Mrs. U. G. Blair, two helmets; Mrs. j Mary ijinrmerman, helmet; iisfa. SaraJi Reese, two heljnets; Airs. Maxy Brasiioar, two helmets; Mis. J. L. Gilmorc, helmet. "VVaynoebnrg Unit, No. 11. -- Mrs. E. L. Denny, president, five heJraeLs, two scarfs, live pair wristlet* and seven sweaters, I Athens Temple Unit! No. t--Mrs. Laura Buskirk, two helmets'; Mrs. Ida Brynei, sweater. | Davfson Unit. iNo. 16.--Mrs. M. E. Strawii, tflree helmets and pair wristlets; Mrs. Ardas (Edwards, scarf; Miss Hatliburn, scarf; Mrs. James Clark, scarf; Mary McGinnis, scartl; Mrs. J. E. Cochrau. scarf, Mrs. Higlhee, scarf, Ohiopyle Unit, No IB.--Mrs. A, A. Corristau, sweater; Mrs. "\V. G. Cor- riatan, sweater; Mrs. Charles Cunningham" helmet; Mrs. M. H. Hosteller, sweater; Mrs. F. H. Bailey, sweater; Mrs. jl_. C. Marsh, sweater. "Over There' Unit No. 6.--Mrs. P. H. McKevitt, four helmets; Mise Margaret McKeviu, sweater and pair wristlets; Miss Alice McKeritt, sweater; Miss Agnes Smith, sweater; Mrs. D. Cunningham, two e-weaters. Sergeant Charles McCoraick Unit, No. 5--Mrs. Noble McGormlck, hel- mei and pair wristlets; Mrs, T. R. j Cuningham, helmet; Miss Anna Faico, sweater; Miss Thelma Poolo. sweater; Miss, TheVma Camper, helmet. tain the M. St. S. Fancyiwork club "Wednesday a'fternoon at her home in East Fatrvjew avenue. avenue. Funeral services will be con- Canypftrc Girls, Unii No. 1. --· Miss JoBephme SoiBson, pair wrisllcts, Helen and helmet; Misa i ducted Tuesday morning, with mass! Hoover, scarf; Miss Bosclle Guyirn, of renuiem in St. Rita's Italian Catbo- sweater. i lie church on the West Side. Inter- sumg~year foot place" at the regular I · . -- meetiug.'of tie-Ladies' Auxiliary to] Women of the Methodist Protestant | ment will bo in St. Joseph cemetery, the Ancient Orcer of Hibernians lield church will meet Wednesday at the' Mrs. Gerard is surviveJ by the follow- yesterday afternoon- in the" parochial Red Cross headquarters in the old ing children: Joseph, Jacob, Frank, hign school building to sew for the Lawrence and John a! home; Andrew school hall. Mrs, Mary Creedon, in behalf of the members, presented Miss Red Cross. Daise Ashe, tte retiring president with a handsome gold domain tot The - -"Over There" Unit No. 6. will meeting -was well attended. Refresh- meet Wednesday night at the home of ments irere served. ' Mrs. David Cunningham in Vine street . -- * to knit for the Navy League. The T. L. club will give a dance to- -night in .Madis hall. First street,] The regular monthly business and West Side. ASarge number ot guests , social meeting ot the J. 0. C. class of are expected and a delightful Ume is | the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday assured all who attend. I school will be held tomorrow evening -- at the home of Mrs. J. K. Morris No. A meeting o! the committees in 1 407 East Green Street. A large al- charge of ,t£e Valentine party to be I tendance is desired, behl Wednesday evening in Odd Fel- j -- lows' temple :n South Pittsburg! Mrs. L. B. Woodward was hostess street, under the auspices of the Wo- , at a prettily appointed family dinner man's Guild, o'. the Trinity Episcopal | Friday evening at her home in First church, will t-e held tonight at the!street. South Connellsrille, in honor home of-Mrs. G". N. Wood, in East Ap- ot the "61st birthday of her mother. 5le street All members of tie com- Mrs F. M. Fisher, of South Connells- mittee are requested to attend. I ville. Covers for about twenty-five, were laid. In remembrance of the ' and August, Akron, Ohio, and Mrs. Frank Conti, Slono-npnhela City. Mrs. Caroline Johnston Cope, Unit No. 3 -- Mrs. J. M. Kurtz, sweater; Mrs. Byron Porter, three sweaters and i two scarfs; Mr! Surah Hurst, sweat- i or and ten pair wristlets; Mrs. A. B. Kuru, sweater. , -Mn,. R. Manetu, Unit No. 4 -- j Mrs C B. Marietta, sweater- Mrs.' Win Dull sweater. Miss l/ouisa Sois( son, scarf; Mrs. Wm. Dull, donation i 13MERY J. WRITE. The funeral of Emery J. "White was held Saturday afternoon at - o'clock _ from the residence of asou of the de- Miss. ~Matue Bowdon. "helmet, MIES ceased. Oilier \Vhiteia Crawford ave-1 F ., orcnoo Kiraball, sweater. Mrs. Dan Unit -- Mrs. Burbans, scarf, niie, West Sido. Rev J H. Lam-berl- son, pastor of xfae Methodist. Protestant church, officiated Hill Grove ccmterj*. Hanjifr. scarf ,uid three pair W P S lets; Miss Anna Doonan. helmet; INAVY LEAGUE WOMEN ! SEND FORWARD BIG. COMFORTS SHIPMENT Interment m n. j Mc c, ee , aweawr, Mrs. Jane McGee, sweater. AfiBS Clare Diion, donation, oce scarf; Mrs. J. S. Showerp. }1; Mrs. Chariei, Hirst. ?! Uniootown chapter sent 71 pioces. Tour Basint-n Socccs.s. Some t.me you may le«rn thai your tonsiness succese was dPternuned by A trip to Pittsburgh it mvtr complete aithoal a visit to this newest ar.d moit modern Department Start h tit H«r« ol THE STORE Stomps in AdJitioo ia Best Value; $150,000 worth of Furniture on wliiek profits iii-e elipf" to smallest point, especistlly for this yeariy event -- the same high grade ftu-niture that comprise Rosenbav.ro stocks the year round. Corrjpa rif-on is the best test-compare Rosenbaum quality and prices with others--we know--ive want you to know that nothing better is produced--that prices are the lowest -- choosing easiest because stocks are great. .Our Easy Payment Plan Has been arranged for the convenience ol those desiring extended credit Furniture can he bought at the same prices as v tboaEh you paid cash --with immediate or future delivery--as you do- Furniture for Future Delivery Tou ma:' com* 1 in durinx t h i s sale--select the furnl- nir« you « iuit--and w* TVI hold it f r e e of chaise fo f u t u r e d e m - % This decided niv tncasr' 1 (o t who X)ntfmpl.-Vf mov- nK o refurnish 'IK L!! or pnrt of t h e house thli Spnuir Revival sen ices will be continued this week in the South ConnellsviUe- Evangelical church. Thursday night will be Sunday school tonight. The Silver Thimble Club will be entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. C. F. Hirst at her home in Blackstone avenue. The"weekty meeting of the Business Women's Christian Association will be field Thursday night in Odd Fellows' temple. happy occasion Mrs. Fisher who is one of the best known residents ol PAINS IN BACK South Connellsville, -with a nice sum ol handkerchiefs and ; tractive post cards. was presented money, daintj number of at- PEESOf-tLS. Miss Minnie Soissoji and Miss Mary left Saturday morning lor Indiana, Pa., to sv»nd a few days at the former's sisters, Alisse.i Bessie and Frances Soisson, students at Indiana Normal. The -best place to shop alter all. Brownell Shoe Co. -- Adv. Mrs. Jas. Frew, of Cbarleroi, has Lung Lift of Workers of I'onncllsrllle j "'« tael that you bad accumulated and Yielnlty 11 ho lime Aided little money in the bank. Haiins in the Cnn^t 1 , 1 r*iady money nt tLe right moment The Charleston Comforts Branch, of | oftcn mfians iUCCKi5 - A tew d o l l a r f i , the Xavj League recall)- shipped an- ' n t h e b!ulk ma - v bo the be s! nnltl s of other, large consignment of knitted ar- I your SUCCCKS ' Havc a bank accouBt tides to the Navy League headquar- aad de[)Osk a vorUoa of J ' our la »TM. tors. The jollowmc is a list of the thus acoomula-ting a reserve f u n d fo,- knitters toother mth the articles i t u t n r e utiC - The best U m c to ODen an Yield to Lydia E. Pinkham S knitted. acount is now. This bank inmes Vegetable Compound. Miss Katherinc StesaniuB, 1 set, Miss Helen Buuermore, sweater. Miss jour dcpo-iits and assures positive I Sarah Moreland. helmet, Miss Laura * ati ° Da for your money The Banns, 'were-- published yesterday morning at St. Vincent dc Paul's Dhu Sac: the marriage of Miss Margaret Gra-, smgerrt Dawson and Thomas A. Mc-| M - t]jat conto ,. or J r ^ Intyre oCLeisennng Ko. l._ The wed- see p T _ Evans ._ Ady . Kansas City, Kansas.--''I suffered r T ' *""·*". T "rr, returned home after a v_sit with her :rch at Lcisenrmg No 1 and at Khzabeth Vance of Wast xed Heart church.t Dawson lor ^ ^^ ding will be an event of the near future. -- Mils Graainger- .and her fiance arc widely and favorably known. Mr. Mclntyre is a son bf-tna lite Mr. and Mrs. John Mclntyre of Leisenring No. 1 an* is-a-machinist tor the Pittsburg Lake Brie Railroad-at Dickerson Sun. - -- - ~ ifiss Myra Fisher is visiting Mrs, J. E. Grey, ol Ptttsburg. Mrs. A. J. CoHiorn and daughtei. Miss Edith, are visiting Mr. and Mrs .Prank Bailey, of Ohiopyle. Don't miss a gospel treat. Evangelist Nairn, U. P. church.-- Adv.-- 28-5t. Dickerson Run. pair wristlets; William Young, helmet; Mis. Thomas R. Edgar. Con- I fluence, hetaict; Mn. Mary Mason. I helmet; Mrs. Martin Kins, helmet, Airs. Ida Seaman, two hMmi'ts; Mrs. DICKERS ON RUN, Jan. M.--Jame« H. F. Atkinson, sweitcr and paJr I Historman and Roy Levcrgood, of wristlets; .Mrs. John Curry, Sr., j Dawson wcr business callers at Con- sweater; Mrs. C. "\V. Erbeck. two hel- nellsville yesterday morning, nrets; Miss Ivy Mason, hotoiet; Miss Mrs. James BeaUy and children arc helmet; Mrs. M. Barnardo has returned home -- -, - from a business trip east. The_W. W..Ptckett class ot the' Hear Evangelist Nairn at U. P. Methodist-Protestant church will m'eeti churoh-this week.--Adv--28-5C Thursday nij;ht, jn t the church. AH - Mrs. R. S. McKec. of Greenwood, returned home Saturday afternoon from Washington. D. C., where she accompanied her husband, Major McKee, of members arc invited. M r . a n d Mrs. James Beatty gave a _ _ _ _ _ _ . reception, at their home at 'Dickerson khe 110th Regiment Hospital con», Ruu in honor of Harry L. Gillespie. of who returned to Camp Hancock, Au- Battery H,' SifTlfld 'A'rtillery,' who Is susta, Ga. e . - r . . - , i W. Ana* all. Wilkmsburg, I mcY's mother , Mrs. Anna Moran, of soil N. Hntchings St., Kansas City, t; Mrs. "VV, A. Bishop, pair Fourth avenue, Scottdale. Kansas. Margaret Patterson, James belmel wristlets, Mrs,. Jos. McConuoll, pair wristlets; Mrs R. S. Matthews, .sweater; Miss Susan Gilmore, sweater; Mrs. H L Piersol, sweater and bel- met; Mrs Mar Dnon, sweater; Mrs. spending a fern- d a s visiting the for- man - s ailment«."- ' the thro. So many p e o p l e recom- m e n d e d Lydia E. P j n k b a m ' s Vegetable Compound to me, I tried it and after taking six bottles I am well. I do not think the Vegetable Compound can be benten for -wo- A. P. Denny, two heoilets; Miss Rose I Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Irwiti. Lepera, pair wristlets; Mrs. W. J. I Misses Loraino Ambrose anrl Arean- Black, sweater and pair wristlets; I d a Bell were the guests of Scottdale S Clevenger, ot Confluence, is Women who suiter from headaches, spending this week here visiting rela- nervousness, backache, the blacB and tives and friends. , othersymptomsof a functional derange- Mri. George McG.tmey. ot Glasseorl. J 1 TM.' shOT ' d TM. V is famous root Md . . . . herb remedy a trial, is spending tins week here visiting _ ,, ' For forty years it baa been overcom- Jiomc from Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga,, on a 10^5ay furlough! ~~TI?e iiours'wefe trom-J8-jo 11 o'clock. · Sfosio and various games were indulged in and a very enjoyable time was had. iir. Gillespie, gave a detailed account of anny^IIfc at" Cacnp Gordon, having just returned from _tar_get practice with 'their threeMnch guns. The practice grounds are 30 miles up tbe mountains fom C;imp Gordon. The targets werejplaced -four miles from -where their guns "are stationed and the tfirget is only two Teet square. Luncheon was served-at J.O 30 o'clock.. Those present were Harry X. Gillespie, 3f. J. Gra- slngerJ.Mf. Robert Burns, Mrs ; _Thos. Burns,_ Misses_Loraine and yhydeflis AjnbrosV and Amanda Bell." ' The J.ten'i. Bible class of tie Christian -cton-clr will - hold -- -H · banqnSt' Thursday, ei ening jn tire dming room ot the-cBttrctt".- Men 01 the church have been invited. Provision Js being made io serve" "50 "persons. "Rev G«orge-. "Walker Buckner, -the pastor. of the "chufcft, "will be the'tpeaker of the occasion. The regular meeting of the Vanderbilt Fancy* ork_clu-b w i l l _ b r held Saturday afternoon at the -home 'or -Mrs." H. D. Shallenbergir. Miss Grace .\foore_Is leader. The foUowmg pro7 will lie rendered, "The .Man of Your,ppportunity to hear a worth ·while speaker.--U. P. church,--Adv.-5t Jinnee at tbe Armorv. The dance of the New Haven Hose company, -which was to ; have been held in the Elks Home on Wednesday evening. January 30th, has been transferred to the State Armory In order to accommodate' the exceptionally large crowd that is expected to attend. New Haven IJose Company.--28-31. , , . ,, , . , If you want special onffceutions in friends Irittes. i-regard to your condition, write Lydia E. George Cashmere was a business Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass, caller at Connpllsvile Fridny morn- ' The result of tong experience is at your ' service, and your letter will be held in strict confidence. .Delight of Berlin Life. One ot the beauties of autocratic government, says the Springfield Union, Is shown _n' the snow-removal order issued by the military authorities in-Berlin, tfnder the provisions of which every property owner is required to remove the »now not only from his sidewalk, but from the roadway RS-fnr'ns the center of the street, and is authorized to coll on n!l ten- nnts between the ages of fourteen nnd sjiity to. assist him in this work. Failure to"comply with the order is punifih- "uble 5,-ith n fine o£ not more Ihnn $375 or imprisonment for not more than a year.. nnd~the police are authorized to handle ai? such oases without the formality of a trial. C A T A R R H For head or throat fCataffh try the A T ipor treatment /ICKVAPQRUBS The Arcadi ONE NIGHT ONLY THIS CORN FOOD CUTS DOWN IH£ SOEfiD OND BUTTER 3JU, SOMSnitS- says When you are wearied from over wort," feel listless and languid, eaa't sleep or eat as you should, you are getting rua-dovru--an easy prey to dangerous disease germs Hollistcr"s .Rocky ifouGUun. Tea--nature"s herbs --sKould.be taken without delay. Connellsville Drug Co:--Adv. Weekli Dunce-.. 'The regular weelcly dances are held as usual on Monday and Thnrsday evenings in the Standard Glob rooms. i Uniontown Dancing from 8.30 to 12 P. M. Music by Bower's five piece orchestra.--Adr.--28-21. POSTTC^STIES Pmrfjr.- - " Benefit Camp Lee Boys, Thursday, January 31st Marks.]] · Hail. Kiferie. --Adr.--2S-3t Mrs. D. P. Brown, two sweaters, Mrs. John Storey, two sweaters and helmet; Mrs. L. H. Kerr, two pair wristlets; Mrs. W. H Pearson, sweater; Miss mg. Anna Brennan, scarf^ Miss Boulah ! George Bressler. ot Greensburg, was j Gilmore. helmet; Mrs. S. P. Hay, two transacting ))iisine..s here last even-, pair wristlets; Mrs. A. B. Halfhill, mg j sweater; Mrs. B. yarnell. scaj-f; Miss E J. Beatly and GUE Urbach wcie , Hattie Aarou, pair wristlets, Mrs ( Conneilsville business callers yester- Man-in PrjTJe, scarf and pair wrist- , day afternoon. ' lets; Mrs. R D. Tennent, sweater; · Mrs. A. B. Stautfer. sweater, Mrs.! William Deighmilier, two heimets; Mrs Lucy Lowery, sweater and two , pair wnitleta; .Mrs A. H. Blair, helmet Mrs. M. V. Paisley, pair \vris_- let-s;, liis. C C. Rearlck, scarf; Mrs. Albert White, helmet; Mrs. W. C. Grouse, two helmets; Miss Ida Burls.- hardt, sweater; Miss Lsona Bennett, sweater; Mrs. S. R Cox, sweater; Mrs. T\" F. Richier sweater; Mrs. John Fuehrer, sweater, Mrs. Kath- erme Witman, helmet; Mrs II. C. j Crossland, siveater; Mrs C. W. JSr- beclc, heimet; Mrs J. G. Percy, helmet; Mrs. L. S. Michael, helmet; .Miss Kathermo Fretts, sweater; Mrs. J. M. Young, sweater, Mrs. George Zimmerman, two helmets; Mrs Elizabeth O'Neal, sweater; Miss Maggie Dermer, sweater; Mrs N. B. Keil, scarf, Mrs. Wallace Kaiitoan, sweater. Mrs. E. K. Dick, two pair n-rlstiets, Mrs. Rdbert MeConmck, helmet; Mrs. Maggie Laugbrey, two pair wristlets, sweater and helmet; Mrs. Carrie P. Trader, pair "wristlets and helmet; Mrs. Harriet P. Carson, pair wristlets and helmet; Miss Grace Sechler. Markleton. sweaterpMrs. W. P Clark, sweater and pair "wristlets; Miss Thelma Hetse., s.weater; Muss Myrtle Barnbarfc, sweater; Miss Florence Patterson, sweater; Mrs. Antxie Denny, hetaet; Miss Mary Parkhill, helmet; Mrs. Cooper Patterson, helmet' and pair wristlets, Misi Rebecca Patterson, helmet; Miss Cyntha Reed, ' pair wristlets; Miss Anna Sullivan, scarf. Miss Alice Wrote, s. weate^; Miss Viola Struthers, sweater; Mrs. W. J. Blacic, hetaet; Miss Sarah Balsley, ^sweater, helmet and pair wristlets;' Miss Majorie Bare, Pierpont. S. D., sweater Martha Norton Bible Class Unit No. 2.--Mrs Dorcas Norton, cash donation, ?1; Mrs. Henry KurU, $1; Butterick Patterns "Tk Store Ahead" Special Sale of Coats We have proved to a great many mothers that their confidence in our Children's Department is not misplaced Starting today--every Cbiid's Coat in this store wil 1 be sold at One Half the marked prioes. This assortment of Coats consists ol" plushes, broadcloths, serges, chinchillas, velours, and almost even- ma- lerial that can be made in Children's Coats. These Coats cau be found in al! the leading colors and in sizes from 2 to 17 years. Come in early and get a Coat before tbey ar call picked over--it will be well worth your while. Bei-ieml.er All Our Suils and Dresse*; Are One Half Off. Dor.'t knock Couiieltsvi.lo by sending your money out of to wit* for your job work, when The Couiiei oorapan« can do jt here at borne. Let us give you prices. Tomorrow, January 1'aid Admission Kepps a FainiJy Three Dais Benefit of Jewish War Sufferers Clever ConnellsTille .Boys and Girls hi the J'reti) Farce Music or 'J'he Major's Mistake'' 40 PEOPLE IX THE CAST STFERJGE'S AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA 6 BIG VAUDEVILJJg ACTS S A BIG 2-HOUR SHO\V THE SEASON'S BEST ABIATEfR EVENT Artistic Dancing ,Fntrancing Music, S\eet Melodies and Clean Comedy Aiinissioa: Children l«c; Adults 35e. Performance Begins at S.15. No Matinee. Evening Only. Sensible conservation and practical thrift, not foolish parsimony and great sacrificing, are the watchwords of the hour. Millions make ^^C Green Trading Stamps aid them in aiding their country. The Sperry Hutchinson Co. -. « 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 TRY OTJE CLASSIFIED ADS. ONLY Ic A WOE Absolutely Removes !| Indigestion. Druggists ! refund money if it fails. 25c OPOCXXXiOOSOCSOCCGOOOCXJaOC Boraer's Qotiag

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