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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 2, 1918
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IT Connellsyille's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Lasfc Week, 6,484 7 OL, 16, NO. 71. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2, 191S. EIGHT IMAGES fflON-WIDE DEMONSTRATION AGAINST ARREST OF MEMBER OF REICHSTAG UNDER WAY ·iallsts Eycrj-where Rallfln to Defense of Their ' KepresentatiTe. IERICAN PLOT CHARGED sunurcK TALK Speak. Here State College Eipert to Tuesday. Mrs. Mary .McClaln will give the first of a series of domestic science lectures and demonstrations in Cou- nellsville Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock and Tuesday evening at S ig»e Gazette Publishes Storj That o'clock in the high, school domestic nitei States ana Eaglud PI»n»ed I science room. . Foment Revolt in All Countries; The work is to be taken up by the i Ilied Witt the Kaiser ill the War.! State College -through the Council of, mo n i -- National Defense and the Public Saf- By Associated Press. ONDON, Feb. 2.--A national dein- .ration is being organized in Cerly as a protest against the arrrst terr Dttrmana, an Exchange Tele- ih dispatch from Amsterdam re- s. ugo Haase, Socialist deputy, ap- ied to Chancellor von Hertling to iln the release of Herr Dittman. chancellor said he was powerless Jerlin was entirely in the hands of militarists. ety 'committee. No admission will he charged and every woman is urged to attend the lectures as Mrs. McClain will talk on subjects of interest to the housewives. The second of. the series will be held Monday afternoon and evening February 12. . . GENERAL MARCH IS SLATED TO BECOME ACTING STM HEADj FRENCH MAKING A TRENCH RAID IN THE SNOW ·JfrSii-- _/.*-jjj CHILD IS FATALLY · BURNED WHEN HER CLOTHING IGNITES 12. I Distressing: Affair in Home of Murphy 1 Avenue r'amiiv r'nlloweiJ lly j ; ]»entli of Child. ! | Burns suffered Thursday afternoon ' nt 4 o'clock resulted in the death otl 'Margaret K l l o n ' W e l l i n g , ihrce years. ! old, daughter of Edward and Sadie ; J I Butlermore Welling, last night at 11.15 ; o'clock at (lie family residEmce in East' Murphy avenue. Circumstances snr-i rounding the burning of the child aro i '·· not exactly K n o w n . She _wem up-, From irs(s of EIigiWcs Rcsnreu in the Examinations Uie Boards Will Arc Called First Day In So. a, 100 in No. 2 District. i stairs ;o Iqok for a sinali purse and i j the supposition Is that sijfl ligbled a: | paper and her doihing ignited from l l h a l . Burned paper was found in t h e . room. The gas stove in the room," where the child was burned, is a fire; less top one and it is hardly possible. t h a t her clothing caught from the The snoirfall in France has been unusually heavy and the soldiers in the trenches are experiencing, besides the rigors or the weather, which in many cases are harder to bear. As this photo shows, the poilus are not letting up on the boches, despite the snow and the cold. They are making a raid on the enemy trenches over the snow-covered fields in the Oise district. The men in the foreground an) evidently trench cleaners. he Ki-ady to XaJre n\i Increments l''or Cam.]); Wednesday's List. Official notification to have 71 men i ready for departure to Camp Lee on February 12 was received by the local 3 """V . : draft board for District No. 5 yestcr- Mary Jean Bultermore, about t h r e e i d a v afternoon Md cards hove bM11 years old, and a cousin o: little Mar- ] gm mlt ]0 , h re ^ 5lrants jn Class garnt Ellen, later-went up stairs and . ,. A lo a; . foj . eYamlnation the screams of the children attracted. the attention of other members of ike' family. The two children rau MSTERDAM, Feb. 2.'--Berlin even-1 newspapers just received hero | General Bliss WU1 Kemain in EnTopi-, e that WUhelm Dittman, Socialist | Snys Story From Washington nber of the Reichstag, was 1 arrested n he attempted to address a crowd . suburb of Berlin. By Today. Associated Press. Feb. 2.-- Alajor General P. . March is slated to become acting chief oE staff of the army if General Pershin^: can s-pare him from his present duties as chief, of the expeditionary forces. No reply has been received as yet from General Pershing. The selection of General .March - - - means that Major General Bliss chief Washington on New Year's Day it i of ^X is to remain permanently in .aid that 250,000,000 marks was,^^^ as thg An , or]can m | !itar ,. rep _ Bribed for this purpose. The ; resentative at t h e 5Upreme war coun- ilutions were to be organized in | d! now giui ja France . No offlcial many, Austria-Hungary. Turkey | statemPnl was avallablo as to ^ K ac . . PACT TO FOiHOfT BEYOltriKKf ONDON, Feb. 2.--Berlin dispatches tiling- an alleged Anglo-American to fomgjit revolution in the Crn- Powers are published by Cologne ·spapers, according to an Exchange ·graph dispatch from Amsterdam. AUTO PLEASURE, TRIPS CUT DOWN S. S. ATTENDANCEL WEATHER AND MINOR ACCIDENTS DELAY Bulgaria, he organization vras to be under leadership of Senator Stone. Earl ding and Viscount Nortbcliffe. It . said to have branches 'in neu- capitals surrounding Germany and man speaking neutrals were to be t into Germany in an effort to in- p the workers in munitions factor- to strike. These dispatches de- *c that there was also to be sabo- In the German ustryv lion co atom plated but it is expected that General March will undertake the new duties In the.near future.. ·The permanent asignmem. of General Bliss to the war council may result in a request to Congress for authority to apopint an additional general. As General March will be in fact head of the army it is regarded as probable that he will be given both the of chief of stall* later. to ]\Varby .MJninyr Plants Is Opened for First Time Since Tho Storm. Railroad conditions continue to grow worst* because o£ coid weather and traffic is in bad shape. Only an immediate break in the weather can help. The car supply is low, as low as QUARANTINE STILL FELT ^ r^T 1 and the raowmm o£ . · A .series o£ petty accident 1 ;, which j l held freight movements up for several Big: Vailing Off in the County Schools Also Caused ly Activities. j hours yesterday but which did no rua- XITIOXS FACTORIES* . 15"1KU 3IARTIAL I/ATT .ones .."have" been placed under "tial law an-d the strikers ordered resume their .work by ".o'clock iday nioming at the latest, accord- to a'Central News dispatch from, sterdijhn today. Their failure to irn, i^t is announced, will be pun- id according to military discipline. EXCESSES," SATS HEPOHT. Feb. 2.--"Isolated insignificant excesses" in Berlin Because of the effect of the abnormal conditions due to.the war, in the main, on the Sunday schools of Fayette county steps were taken at the annual mid-year conference last evening in Uniontown to offset a big drop General Birss'bd'ngc'Jntfnucd in "simi-1 ' n attendance by l«"ch!ns_ »__="';; lar rank but relieved from the staff. " """ ' to devote himself exclusively to the work abroad. General March is 53 years old and was born in Pennsylvania. Leaders 'of Connty Organization 3tid-Tear Conference f«r Rebuild-: [eria i Damage, delayed enatboiuid in£ Work; War Hepartment for flen ; traffic on the Baltimore Ohio r.iil- in the ScrrJce of t. S. Is Outlined, road. Three 'accidents occurred on what is known as the 'hill." between,! Sand Patch and Hyndman, none si?ri-; ous, but afl tended to slow- up .the | MEXICAN KILLS FOUR, THEN IS BLOWN TO lo foj . W( , dnM(1 February 6. No notice of , o be scnt bv , he ^ , board , )e(in received but cards haye stars, the c oining- of the Welirag: child | bcB ,, ^ om summoning draftees for j being enveloped ,n flame. Her father ejuuninatlons to be beld on ^e filh wrapped her ,n a blanket, extinguish- _ B man , n tQC c , ass ^ ^.^ ing the names The upper part of j ,,.,,, De exanllned al this U m e iuld itl her body was deeply burned. A phy-i sician was summoned and despite the; i the future when a, call is sent out for men to be sent to the training best of medical attention and all ef-| s ,, 1Til; not be necessarv ,,, uoj(i forts to relieve the child o t h e r suiter- j ^ examinations, as. his papers on ing death resulted. , record in the files will show his con- yjdition. · | The men in District No. 5 will be e | examined in the mornings between !) · . I was a sranuctuia or wunaffl '·»'· J*«t-; aad 12 o , clock _ The examinations will _ v .. ,, . . 0 | torniore ami a niece Of Mrs. Ralph j oe m a d c in l h e Tit , c Trust Daiwi Exciting: iscapade IK Staged · McCormick. Funeral Monday after- ! a n d repislr - ants %rill rcport at ^ draft Early Today at E! Faso, j noon at 2 °' c!ock: from the Wellin « board offices unlesB otherwise no,i- Texas. · noon at 2 o'clock from the 1 residence with Rev. G. L. C. Richardson officiating. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. MURDERER IS DYNAMITED Soldiers Attracted to Scene by Shoot- j In EnpiKed in Study of Duties That ing Surround Greaser and After Tain Kffort: lo Get Him Otherwise Thrcin Explosives luto His Shelter. lied. The N r o. 2 board will eramine.tiie men between 1 and 5 o'clock at the armory. One hundred men will be examined each afternoon by this board, while only 50 are bejng caJJed for each, day by the No. 5 board. Following are the men called for Wednesday: 1V5U Be Assigned to Her. - ; Roco Tregnono, Dunbar; Ray Liven- Miss Anne WOaite, who was agreed | sood Bitner. Connellsvillc; jVlber* ·upon by council as probation otficer;; Williams. Mill Run; Angelo Alesaji- was svforn, in yesterday by Mayor PROBATION OFFICER Lrino. Dunbar; Hunter Robinson, Con- freight movement A draw-head pulled out of a car and held Lhe freight for a few hours. Another train was bold up with a brolcen wheel" at Hyndman. To complete the Jobs £uggan and has assumed hei nellsvHJe, R. D. i; Thomas Henry AsFoclittctj Press. new duties. As yet Miss^Tiite has had | KeJJy, Dunbar; George Curtis Moyer, EL PASO, Tex., Feb. 2.--After shoot- J no active cases but is studying up on j Dunbar; James Swinker, Morrell; ing and killing four persons and £a-! [be duties of a probation, -officer. Peter Francis Hoey, Leisenring No. 1 FeHte ALvarrez, a Mexican, was himself blown to pieces by dynamite series of delays a freight bumped i n t o ! which was thrown into the small tally wounding another early today, i As she is the first woman officer in the city her work is being watched with much interest. Mayor Duggan has been in favor of a probation officer JANUARY COLD MONTH 1,0-n 3Iean Brents All Hecords For Past Six Tears. Weather statistics for the month of January, compiled by C. A. Purbaugh of the "West Penn "Railways company, j show that January for 1S18 was a much colder month than January for [ last year. The average mean shows a terdayare reported in a semi-, diCerence of mors than 12 ,, Ml statement received here, today , bejng 24A for ^ ,-n the German capital. Work is 1 to have been resumed at Ham- g and Danzig. MORE TEA IS season and last ··ear 36.8. The lowest mark reached in January on 1917 was 7 degrees above zero'on the 15th while on the 21st this year a six degree below zero mark was PlAtl*. i reached. January, 1917, recorded the -MSTERDAM. Ieb. 2.--Five o'clock 'highest temperature, reaching 66 on has been abolished in Holland be-' the 2nd. The highest in 1918 was 48 ning yesterday. The government i on ^ c 2 6th. . proUbited the serving of tea in ; The average mean computed for the es, restaurants, tea rooms, hotels month of' January for the past six ! similar places. This action was years show that January, 1918, paign to increase by 10 per cent t h e j a caboose of a train running ahead of 'house in the Mexican quarters -where j for some time. Among Jliss White's " ' - - -· ---·-·' · - ' . . - - . . . . . he had taken r e f U E e f r o m more . t h a n - d u t i e s will be that of keeping young 100 citizens and military police. 'girls from temptations, and in "doing average attendance and enrollment-of j it, Xo one was every school in the county by July 3. j The 0. 13. shortline, between Con- The war is not the only factor in | nollsville and the mining towna of I AJvarrez went to the home of Mrs. ] this she will work cutting down'tne attendance, the con-i .Juniaca and Elm Grove was opened i Trinidad Luccro and began shooting! with the mayor, ference developed. Sunday automobile | for the first .time this morning since at her and her two" children. The pleasure trips and the delights of the! the storm of Monday. The flr^t train in conjunction outdoors is a large and a growing one, it was pointed out. went through at ·} o'clock. For ihe past week the mines have been with- Then return to normal conditions out Service. The line was tlwl up by following the stimulus of evangelistic! a drift near Wilkey's CUL The snow campaigns in'1916 has had a great deal' Plows had no effect and it was neees- to do with lowering attendance in the' sary to dig through the drift, districts in which the greatest evan-; It is expected that the flrst train gelistic activity took place. Tbe enforced quarantine In 79.16, due i on the Confluence Oakland branch of Baltimore Ohio, run.nijig be, to the spread o£ infantile paralysis, is- tw c pn Confluence and Kendall, Md., still felt in practically all schools, i t ; w l " 8° through today. The daily tain, was pointed out. During the quaran- 1 has P^hed as far up the valley as ·tine period many fell away Irom the: Geist - 1W - and it is expected that the schools and the loss has not yet been recouped. ! run will be made as far as Fricndsville today. All these causes combined havej brought about a decline in attendance] of 4,500 in Fayette county alone, while j in the state falling off is 50.000, satis- tics presented showed. . j The causes for the decrease in at- i tendance w-ere outlined by IV. G. Landes of Philadelphia, fleld secretary of! en because stocks of tea are dis- been the coldest in all th»t time. Tne ^e'Pennsylvania Sunday School asso- sed. · last and imports have temperature for the past five years, as | compared with 24A for this year fol- ITJSH AJRJT.O GET 10 TKABS IX GEBJUN PK1SOS. .MSTSRDA1I, Feb. 2.--Two raped British airmen have been sen- j ced by a German court martial to years imprisonment for dropping ostile-proclamation in Germany. .1917, 36.8; 1916, 42.9; I7.5; 1914; 41.5; 1913, 46.1. 1915, FIRE HYDRANTS ciation, who explained the general plan for the suite campaign. D. II. j Hertzog, president of the Fayette! County association-told the delegates in detail the plan adopted to increase GREATEST RING EVER KNEWJAKES COUNT Fanner Henyyireifrhl Champion Succumbs at His Home in Massachusetts, By Apsocia-ted Press. ABIiVGTQN, Mass., Feb. 2.--John L. TWENTY ENLISTED children were instantly killed andi their mother dangerously wounded. ! The police chased the infuriated Mexican for 10 blocks, shooting as i In Fuycttc fonnly For Motor Median- they ran. He entered the house in the: Mexican quarters, barricaded himself' and then'Opened fire on the police,; tax collector. The shots.attracted tile attention of the military police and within a few minutes the house was suroundcd by a hundred armed soldiers and officers. Volley after volley was poured into the house without hitting the man. Pour charges of dynamite were exploded before the building was wrecked and Alvarrcz body hurled'high into the air. ics Orgjinizatum. ·ette county furnished 20 men : - - . -he motor mechanics service in and a deputy | France ; according to a statement made "SMOKES" Soldier in Jfnuicn is Supplied by "Onr BOTS Tobacco Fund." Miss. Katharine McKevilt. o£ The Courier, has received a card from a soldier in France, acknowledging the receipt of a package O f tobacco, r Sullivan, former heavyweight champ- : through the "Our Boys in France To- ihe"m~embershi'p"of"Fiyettc county! i o n of and one of the best I bacco P-Jnd," to which Miss McKeirttt schools' and called upon every school,i.f^ nv .^"L 8 . 1 !. '. n . Jtbc c ° u °Y y : die '!' s . ubscrlbod - The tuncl w '^ handled in large and small, to get behind Ku)livan of water as was done last week. Firemen will be on hand from 9 o'clock until all have been supplied. BOWLING TOURNAMNT ·jU Pl» Export* to Compete in Fittsbiurg- and Cincinnati. 'atrick Flaimery, John Opperman, lert "Wilson, Wallace Wilson, Shel- flomer and A. L. Mittereder will go Pittsburg Monday to compete in a-jri^ Ca«ses enpia tournament there during the | - Jersey Town ik under tbe auspices of the Pitts- AsTO cia.ed p'r -- Bowling Association. Leading' nestle Supply. Fire hydrants in t^e hill ! Eatablishment of a war department district I in every Sunday school' where mem- wili again be opened tomorrow in or- j bers have joined the military .or naval j j.' . der to permit families in the "dry" I service was one of the principal ac! i erica.. t h e l a t his ' :om(! llere today. : b e e n ( i n ill health for some months ! now being received by "persons" 1 who past and his deatti was expected. ' | contributed towards bupng tobacco John L. Sullivan was for many tor the fighting- men. The ;years J ~ J -- -"- . . . wns for many greatest, Following his vici I y section ot the city to secure a supply ; complishments of tho mid-winter con- WIRE PLA5T DESTROXED. in Sew Tiers will participate in singles, ible and five-man events. a] team which is called the Con- Isville Special. Several o£ the m, among them Captain Mittereder 1 the Wilsons, plan to go to Cinc-in- i for the international tournament rtiog Fbruary 16. HARRISON, K. J., Feb. 2.--Pirej-es- terday destroyed the plant of the Driv- eriHarris Wire Co., which was engaged in manufacturing .wire specialties The property "is estimated at' ?300,000. Investigation as to the cause ol ference. The subject of. keeping in touch with soldier members was brought up at the afternoon confer- tions conducted by Mr. Landes. Fayette county Sunday schools are over Jack Dempse'y in the eighties, Sullivan was invincible, until ho met [defeat at New Orleans at the hands j o t James J. Corbett, in 1892. j Although a pugilist of the old school, Sullivan in later years, forsook the old paths. Lately he was not onl.r a total abstainer, but a temperance ad- Thomas Readies Home. Charles E. Thomas ot the iioth I Regimental band, stationed at Camp J Hancock, Augusta, Ga., arrived here last night, being discharged on account of underweight. He will go to his home at Scottdale. Jfr. Thomas was formerly in business in Connellsville, being associated with the firm of Thomas Brown. AMUSEMENT PLACES Ail Kinds Must Bcmiin Closed on Tnesiay, Is Ordf r. There are no changes in the rules the observance o£ the third week- holiday on Monday. Attention is led by the fuel administration 10 a use about which there was ifusion rast week. That is tliat ail ces of amusement may remain open Monday but must close Tueskiy. cse Include the theaters, movie is«8, bowling alleys, pool rooms, alic azui private dances, etc. . There is a movement a foot ihat y mean, the abolition by another j hand was twisted in such a way that Hiss .Hoorehead Hurt. milltary 5er . the' blaze was begun by the author!- j from all classes ^ vice. The suggestion was promptly Sunday organized along modern methods andi vocate as well. He became one of t are divided into departments. In dis-.' substantial citizens of the Boston discussing what disposition could be.trict. Sullivan was known best to the made on the'records of the school o f ; younger generation 'as an attraction members who have entered the ser- i on the vaiitleville stage, but to the old vice' the suggestion was made that j timers, "John L." remained the ex- nothing would be more appropriate j emplar of the best traditions ot lhe than UieS«stablishrnent of an entirely j Quired circle. . ' new department--the. war department i --and place there all the young m adopted. school literature and personal communications from officers of the school, teachers and members of the classes .are to bo for-' warded promptly to the members of the war department but it was decided not to include that department when computing the average attendance. llobbins Apuin Candidate. Congressman Edward E. Robhins ''The Spring Bonnet' 1 was delayed has announced his candidacy for re- a while last evening when -Miss Edna | election to Congress from the Twenty- Moorehead, director of -the play, I second district. * ·bumped into one of the performers as she was hurrying across the stage just before 8:30: The baton in her ek of the holidays. I Tier wrist was slightly sprained. · i'araed Justice of Peace, John B. Cunningham has been appointed a justice of 'the peace at Ursina. "Removed to Workhouse. John .BeU oC Connellsville was taken to the workhouse yesterday to serve a term for carrying concealed weapons. He was unble to pay customary $75 fine. obacco re- by the recruiting officer in Union- Cliartes Kdward Coll, Adelaide: Frederick G. Mason. Ohiopyle; Jesse R. Buugarri. Ts'ormalville: James Clopton, Vanderbllt; Joseph George Griglak, Lrcisenring: Herbert M. Shallenberger. Vanderbilt; Marshall Snyder. TlTiite: Bert Stewart -Means, Vanderbilt; Elmer Wilford Conrad, Farmington; Gaetano Henillo, Adelaide; 'VVil- l:iam Boylen, Adelaide;- Domineck Sweeney, Leisenring; Joseph Moore. Connellsville; Walter White. While; Rorey Ray Haines. Clifton Mills. TV. 'N'a.; Kestus Rachokostas, Vanderbilt; Ira Blair, White; Charles Joseph Ardesky, Adelaide; James Robert Harper, Dunbar; Martin Vincent Mc- Int-re, Leisenring No. 1; Herbert Reshcnberg, Connellsvillc, Rt D. 1; Otto Baughman, MorreJ); Joseph town yesterdny to Benton Boyd, chair- | Hcarj- Greaves, Dunbar; John William man of tbe committee on Civilian Ser-^ Marker. Rodney; George Calviu Stew- vice and Labor which aided in secur- |art. OMopyle; Walter Rcgner, Morrell: ing the men. . j.lohn Stine, Dunbar; Aleftercco Recruiting was halted on telegrap- (Komenos, Dawsnn; Johnson George hie.orders from Washington to the re- '' Morrison, Ohiopyle; Bernard Rayman cruitlng ofDcer thai the full quota had ' Shipley. Stewarton; ..Mike Tarakts. been filled. The committee, Mr. Boyd, ! Connellsvillo, R. D.: Ranliin Williams, said is thankfu! /or the cooperation on ; Vanderbjlt, R. D. .37: James Harden, the part of the press in rapidly securing the required number. 25 YEARS IN BUSINESS Fnneral Director Sims Bounds Out Quarter of Century Here. Undertaker J. E. Sims on Thursflay reached the end of a quarter of a century as a funeral director in Connellsville. He came here from Cazenoyia, -N'. Y. on January 31, 18!I3. Mr. S1ms has not compiled figures U) show the number of funerals conducted in that time but the persons at whose obsequies he has officiated would populate a fairly large town. cartl ceived by Miss JtcKevitt read: "In France 1-5-18. Dear Friend: Your gift received and to say I was glad to would only he putting it mild. A letter will follow. Will I Final Presentation for Children This '·THK SritOfG BON.NET." Dunbar, R: D. 33; Thomas Podrasky, Leisenring; Anapo Toolfoli, Dunbar; Jack Morrison, Dunbar; John*Francis Boylcs. Adelaide; Isaac Marshal Hall, Markleysburg; George Lagnosky." Leisenring; John Pinkney, Dunbar,. a. D. 1; Scott Colbert, Vanderbilt tell you more. Your Soldier in France, I R. L. Goodrich. Co. E., 12th Engrs (Railway). Each contribution to the fund sent a package of tobacco to some soldier and a card for acknowledging the receipt of the "smokes" was enclosed. ICE 32 INCHES THICK Heasurement ShtiiTS That on Still Water Scar Indian Head. j The record thickness of ice is reported in the Indian creek valley. At Davistown the still water back Aftoruoon. The second, performance of "The Spring Bonnet," pres-euled last nigijt in the new high school auditorium for the benefit of the soldiers and sailors was greeted by ' an audience nearly twice as large a-s that of the opening night. The sou-g numbers and U:e pretty dances were especially well received, as was, the music by K:ferle's orches- DAWSON BOY CAPTURED. Out is AmonK Those Wio Fight Way to Fra-doin. Study of the original photograph from which was made a cut published in Thu Courier on January S shows that Clarence ptrawn, son of Mr. and Sirs. ,M. E. Strawn, was one of the men of General PersJiing's forces captured in the fight on the Cambrai sector in France in December and who fought their way hack to the lines. R. A. Neville secured a photograph, from Underwood Underwood, N. Y., which shows plainly the face ot Strawn in the cut published but not recognizable in Ihe newspaper cut. Strawn is a member of the Fifteenth Engineers. tra. A large crowd of children attended the niatinou afternoon. SEES HIS SHADOW Or Al Least Ihe Groundhog Had Op- Ptfitniiitj Today. Provided lie wasn't imprisoned under a coating of ice the groundhog had opportunity loday to see his shadow. For a time this morning, in Cloudy and warmer tonight; Sunday snow or rain and warmer is the noon weather forecast for Western Pennsyl- Temperature Hecord. 193S 1917 Maximum _________ 20 40 Minimum __ . ___ . __ . 9 10 Mean 1 --------- 14 25 The Yough river fell during t night from 1.30 feet lo 1.20 feet Bisliop Canevin Coming. Tbe Ht. Rev. Regis Canevin, liishop of the Pittsburg .rltoceso pC (lie Catho- i P° lice lie church, will speak on t h e Con- I l o bo sworn '" sl "' i Mayor John Dusrgan mid assigned lo duty on the West Side. He is on the shift from '12 noon to 12 'midnight. Rcndine i!ls another hulo GAYK HIS SKBTICKS. .Story «f Perrinc (.'a])Inn DUD to Mis, , l h e i Hnderstandim;. being the iliivil new c o n ; - *.,,,. .. ,, _ - _ · Publication yesterday m the local tlle fraternity of Christian Doctrine, )0 morrow afternoon at ,1.30 o'clock in i the parochial school auditorium. i . shako.,,. H-s llrsl arrests were two k * I'"* 1 * "I 1 afternoon. TH Bh-ss Throats. papers of the story that Perrine Ian, member of tlie orchestra at ihe smileage dance in Markeli hali. had rftfust-d to donate his services for the benefit, was said to have been due to , .Tailed For Desertion. | Blessing of tho throat will he given | a misunderstanding on the part of the Albert Herring of Broad Ford was ; a', the close of all the masses toraor- committee In charge. given a hearing before Alderman; row morning at the Immaculate Con- Munk last evening and committed to j cuptiou church by Rev. John T. Burns, jail to await trial on a charge of de-; and at services in the evening at 7.30 set-ting his chin 1 o'clock. Mr. Caplan agreed to donate his .services as he hart done at the benefit ball at the armory and on the occasion of a Jewish benefit U

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