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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 2, 1918
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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2, FIRST PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING T ENTRY OF THE B E DRAMATIC TISH FORCES INTO JERUSALEM Here are the first, piiotogra-phs ar- DraEt Board at Harnsburg, 3tnj«r Thompson Ont ^lajor John J Thompson was able to leave his V-.TIC street home yestct- day the first time since taking tie office u. f Poor Director r£ Westmoreland county. Xr. Thompson has been confined to his homo with pneumonia and sin. a very benous rendition SPRING PRIMARY THIS YE^R FALLS IMY TWENTY-FIRST the Calendar 'or the Year 1918 Is Compiled h j btato iutUoriHcs. HARKJSBU31G, Feb 2.-- A digest of the state ^ election jaw s, insofar as { they relate to cJ'o coratngr election, has ! been compiled, ana made public by i George D. Thnrn, chiel clerk m the j state department. ! The -spring primary iliis year falls on May 21, and at that tnne candi- | dates w'U be nominated by each par- ly for 'governor, lieutenant, governor, L-cfretary of internal afl'airs, judge of superior court, four congressmen- ai-large one representative m con-os from Pad 1 congressional district ono senator m Ue general as- bpnbly in each of tiie s^ven numbered. ^T worml ciistncLs and in three other v. Ut-re vacancy occur, and one represetrtaUve m the general assembly m oac.i of the legislative districts nC the stale. Party names must appear on tiie hallotb in the following order: Rapub- Of the British, into Jerusalem. At the ltcin - Democratic, Socialist. Prohibi- ,eit Is seen General Allenby e n t e r i n g " 1 TM W^ngUm and Rooscrvelt-Pro- the Holv City on foot through lie ««.-,sue. the older ot precedence bar- Jaffa -gue acorchng to the custom of l n « been establisUcd at the preside:ar oli-Unie crusade, accompanied, 11 " 1 election. In cities ol the first , ·or MB atafi and tho French and Italian and secTOd cUvsses the "siatration , commanders. -AOove a pney ,s read- ( "» ^ TM«« w *° were "« rc S' s -I .n B the BnhM proclamation to the | t "' od r °' 1U ' " ember election m | ·popie from the steps of the Tower or ' ln ~' Md vh ° dcs - ro to TOlc at Ule "toid. which was standing w h e n nnraaues. is Vfoonesday. April 1.; m Christ wat in Jerusalem The citi- «"» of the ihird class, *·£« were told they could continue | ^ a " *heir business without interference by ! the conquerors. Wednesday, "· Registration days tor the No- I = idrrtbcr election are Thursday, S e p - l f j tembcr 5; Tuesday, September 17, ] *£ and Saturday, October 3. In. boroughs and townships the ; ) istratiou d.iys for the spring primary. | I ' w h e n voters may be enrolled accord- E uig to party affiliations ot preferences, are March i9 and 20. Under the law" a voter not enroll according to party affiliation or preference is not entitled to vote at the 0 TRINITY LJJTHERAM CHURCH, ' young and has always Cound h.m to to The Courier. MOD.VT PLUASAAT. Feb. 2 --iirs. Mary McMaaon. aged CO earii, wife of I primaries James McMahon of Cherry avenue,' Thorn's compilation this year con- who died in the iietnonal hospital on | t a m s a Bot , ce lo candidates that after 5 P. M , Thursday. April H, no petitions w i l l bo received fiona them for tiling Ijst year ·.er.era. petitions w e r e thrown through a transom at the state department juw before midnight I Rev. Etbs B. Burgess, pastor. Tie catechism class wall meet at 9 A. M. and the Bible school at 1C A. J]. Di- vmo services will be conducted by the pastor at 11 A, M. and 7 00 P. M. The Thursday evening, was buried this niormng from ibe Reichraan funeral parlors in the St. Joseph cemetery, following mass at S A. M., at the St. Joseph church Convmunity Fnnd. Uither League will meet a. G.W P. M. "Tl-e fnu-ch of Special music by Trinity Quartet at evening sermon both services. Strangers are invited to worship with us. be a man of God. The public is cor- j At a meeting of the Red Cross exe- dially-invited 'cut:ve board it was decided to have a -- community fund with A T. Collins and CHRISTIAN CHURCH--MORNING I Kirk Brycir as a convmttoe to take subject, "The Opon Door." C.enmg strps toward the forming of an o/ga- TRINITY REFORMED CHUHGH, South Fittgb-urg and Grejn streets, Kev. Charles E. Wagner, jastor. Sunday school at 9.45 A. M. preach at 11 A. M.' and Tomorrow." The nuation. will be . in com-1 Theatre Varty. memorat.on ot t!ie 36th anniversary of j Teachers of the Third ward school the Christian Endeavor movement. | building on Thursday evening held a i on the la-^t day, no person being in '.he f rjtpartment, and thoa the courts w e r e asked to order the department U certify tiie narnei. of the candidates. The following political calendar for TI18 is ir.cltlded In the digest: Spring primary election, Tuesday, George WalJicr Buckner, minister. THE itETHODIST PROTESTA.VT church. West Apple street, J. H. Lam- Pastor will | bertson, minister. Class meeting at 3 P. M. Subject at morning servici-, "Strength in Weakness." Evening sermon, "Wayside Hearers." All are -wel- cotne. Coasistory meets ?,londay eie- A. M. Sabbath school at 9.45 A. theatre party at the Grand opera house and later had lunch at Demanders' restaurant. i Heil Cross Tult. Mrs. S C. Stevenson gave : yesterday to the pupils of in the Church street (ulk grade school - Ding in pastor's study. 'Woman's MIE- u '" a ' smnary, society mecte Thursday eie-', a c ° - . Morning worshnp at 11 A. M". Sermon | se 1 there is "Let Down Your Nets For a I building, paving the way for an organi- Draught." C. E Meeting at 6 45 P. M | za tlon of Junior Reel Cross members In tie evening at 7.30 the p.astor's according to the order bsiiert fur the 1 Flr;yt *"' to scculc signatures on theme will be, "Doe;, It Pay Not To Be movement between. February 12th and I P etltil Genera! election, Tuesday, Novem-j| i bcr 5. · First day for s e c u r i n g signatures on 1 potittonb to bo fllc-d with the secrc- I tan" of Common^ faith, Saturda}, '.March 2. UabL day [or filing pffcious the s( crctary of the commonwealth for nominations for the primary, Thursday. A p r i l jianary ning at the home of Mrs. George H. Shumakcr, 416 South Eighth street. Greenwood. Mrs. Shumaker and -Mrs. C. C. Bittner will entertain the society. I'j^erybody invited- Confirmation class meets Saturday afternoon .?t 1.30. THE "METHODIST EiPISCOPAL church, G. L. C. Richardson, pastor. Bible school at 9.45 A. I. Our aim for tomorrow: every class perfect in attendance. Di«ne worship at 11 A. M. This is Men's Day. Every Methodist "Episcopalian man in Cotmells- ville should be at thas service. The ristian?" Pramer Meeting Wed- pastor will preach, on "Mascntme Christianity.' "We are planning for a large men's chorus and quartet. Junior League at 3 P. M. Mrs. Stanion "Whipkey will be in charge. At 3 P. M. Rev. Richardson will preach the first bermon ever preaibed at Casparis stone quarry. A Sunday school has been orga-nized and a.'Methodist 'society will be started ucxt Sunday^ neaday evening at 7.3D o'clock. THR UNITED PRESBYTERIAN church. South Pittsburs street and Morton avenue, William J. tlverhart, minister. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon topic, "A Father's Love." Evening worship at 7.45 o'clock. Sermon topic, "Great Salvation." Sabbath school at 3.45 A. M Juniors at 3 P. M. Intermediate Y P. C. O. at 3 P. M. Senior Y. P. C. U. M 6 45 P. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7.45 o'clock. COVENANTER CHURCH, S. J3. Houston, pastor. Sabbath school at usual hour. Preaching service at 11 o'clock; topic, "An example of Trl- unyphaut Paitb." Evening semcc at j T.'SO; topic ot discourse, "A Message to Young Men." C. Y. P U. topic, "Remember the Sabbath." Prayer me«tmg Wednesday evening at 7.30. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. South Pittsburg street. "Wilbur Nelson, pas- 22nd. Shortly these organizations will be formed. Pined SIC. James Hutchinson ivho iva.s disorderly, abusive and used obscene language on Uie borough streets was arrested by Police Officer James nd paid a $10 fine to Police Officer James Neil Cpworth League devotional meeting ] tor. Sunday "jchool at 9.45 A. M. at 0 30 P. If. Warm-up-Jhe-heart scr- ' Pnblic worship at 11 A. M., and 7 30 vice at 7.30 P. JF. "The Nej- Song" j P. 31. will he the pastor's subject for the I topic. Sermons by pastor. "The Pre-eminence .Morning of the Christian." Evening topic, "The Restoration of Lost Joy." Meyersdale. 1EBYERSDALE, Feb. 2.--There is on display in one of the show windows of lUller . Collins department evening. Special music by the male chorus and quartet. Community prayer meetings for the week. THE FIRST UNITED BRETHREN church. Sunday school at 9.45 A. M. -Preaching at 11 A. M. Morning sub- led "A Deliverance Prom the Flesh." Junior V. P. S. C. E. at 5.30 P. .M. Senior Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.30 P. M. Preach- store, a knitted scarf -ftliich was made ing at 7.30 P. -U. Subject, "A Ques- I'X Luther Collins, Ja., son of Mr. and tion. of Values." Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7..30. Strangers always weJcorae. FIRST PRESBYTEHIAN CHURCH, J. L. Proudfit. pastor. Sac-bath school at S»45. Morning service at 11; subject of sermon, "Tlius Minded." Evening service at 7:30 subjtct, "Impersonating Christ." Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Wednesday ev'nin-g prayer- meeting at 7:45. THE UNION BAPTIST CHURCH, also arrested Patrick Campbell, who was charged with diorrlerly conduct. He left a 55 fine. Dhrn it Honestly. Raymond Robinson and Tony Sasno. two of the Dices' Extension youngsters wanted for annoying and abusing a Kubiak boy, were each fined ?1 and asked to earn it honest!) and bring it into the burgess' office this evening. Brother T)ead. F. I. Crease, manager of Wools- worths five and ten cent Ttorc, was be filed with the county conimissionois, Thursday, March 11. Last day for filling petitions with the county commissioners, Tuesday, April 23. Last daj for films nomination papers for independent, bodies or citizens for any office Friday, Septcmbc: 6. Last day's to be assessed for l u e November election are Tuesday and Wednesday. September i and 4. Assessors s-it at polling places oa these days. Last day to be registered for voters who wore not registered for the November election of 1917, in Philadl- phia, Pitts-burg and Scrauton, for the spring primary, Wednesday, April 17. Last day to he registered foi tae spring primary in all other cities, "Wednesday, May 3 First day to be tegistcred for the November election in an city, Thurs- called to Pittsburg by the death of bJs Hay, September 5; second day, Tues- brother yesterday (day, September 17; thiid day, Satur' Kckman Tmprfiement. Friends ot Ilrs. Albert Eckman who underwent an operation in the Pittsburg hospital will be pleased to learn that SOB is improving. Xureed .Jnstice. Governor M B. Brumbaugh has appointed N. G. Peterson to Pll the vacancy in tic office of justice of the peace caused by the resignation of C. R. Booher. Jfcrt Draft Quota. District Board Number 7 will send 27 men to the Camps on February 32th according to an order from the State day Octobei 5. .Last day for enrollment -n boroughs and townships, March 19 and 20. Last day to pay tat to qualify foi the Novenubei election, Saturday, October 5. ' Last day when candidates may withdraw before the p.-taary, Friday, April 12, up to 4 p. m. Last day for filing statement of expenses for th« primary, Wednesday, June 5. Last day for filing statement of ex- peases for the November election, Thursday, December 5. Mrs. Luther Collins, of Cotmellsville .Master Lather is but eight years old | · · '" lor his uncle, I ' and he made the scarf Philson Collins, of Meyersdale, j wbo enlisted some time ago and is { now serving in a medical corp at Cape Jtaj-, N. J. Many people jwssing the store stop and admire the scarf as it so neatly done for one so young. It ' shows that the little boys are doing | their bit in ConnqUsviUe. Mrs. B. B. Collins, of .Meyersdale, is Luther's, grandmother and the scarf was sent here for her co see before being sent! li to aer sou. Pnllsoii Collins. The members of the Fortnightly j club were very delightfully entertain- I ed on Thursday evening by Miss Li!- ] West Side, Rev. A. J. Payne, pastor, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, covenant services. Sunday tchoo' at 1 o'clock. Afternoon, services at 3 o'clock. Communion st-mce; subject., lla n. Baer at her home on Mam street. "The Christian's Answer." At 7.451 Sewiag^aad partaking of a delicious P M the subject will be "The Power j luncli were ttie diversions. of Christian Church." j SIrs - WA - i UUer returned Friday ^ ' from "Washington, D. C., where she SALVATION ARMY.-- Sunday ser-'had been attending the funeral oJ a vices: Sunday sciool at 2 P. M.' reiauvc. You'is People's Meeting at 6:15 P. -M. ' T. A .McKenzie was a business vis- ' Services at 7 P. M. and salvation meet- '.tor to Cumberland on Friday. Ing at S P. M.. when I'ev. Phelps will i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boose of Sum- bs the speaker. Mrs Dawson has j mit township were shopping and call- known Rev. Phelps sii co he was very ing on friends here Friday. PARAMOUNT JHEATRE Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You Spend--Save Them. to bsgin Tuesday, February Fifth See Monday's Papers for Items and Prices. In Compliance With the Fuel and Light Saving Order j STORE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY | Excepting the ! Big 15c Matinee Daily at 2:30. Evening Shows at 7;30 and 9:15. -- T0DA} A.V1 Byrne Si Byrne and Their Giddy Girlies of "The Arrival of "SJtlr Called I Clean, ' Progressive Amusement for the Whole Family. "MISS APRIL FOOL" Next Week -- King s Southern Singers. Coming -- "Vengeance and Lht 1 "Woman " On the Screen -- W. S. Hart m "The Prowier nt the Plains." urrxre BVKSE noied double voiced Female Impersonator. .mixu: VALTEKS In Sonss and Darter. GIDD1 GIRLIES The Sinsms Three. lu Song 1 ;, T.ilkinp ard Mnsic. Program for Next WeeR 310M)AY 3fetro Presents a Drama of Sim- a ahine Sparkle in U AX AMERICAN WIDOW A 5 Act "Wonde -play of Bnl- liaace and Romance Stairuis Superb ETHEL BARRYMORB. Also a Selected Keystone Comedy in 2 Acts. Putshurg Press Weekly--Showing Camp Lee and Camp Hancock. WEDNESDAY Bluebird Photoplays Presents CAHMSL MYERS m 'OIY UNMARRIED WIFE'' An American Play w i t h French Dressing. A Supeib Blue- i bird in 5 Acts. Also a Good Comedy m 2 Acts.. William A. Brady Presents JUNE ELVIDGC ,n ·"I'HE STRONG WAT" World Production in 5 Acts. Also Current Events -- Showing the Latest War News Taken "Over There." FRIDAY SATURDAY Uoltwn Piescnts .MA3 MAHS1I in "SUXSlirXE ALLEY" By Maiy Rider. A Play of the Heart. In 8 Acts. Also a Selected Comedy. S 1VOM)ERFLL PLAYS 3 Ij- Connellsville's 1'opnlar MANHATTAN PLAYERS Fifth "Week and Better Thau I-;\cr. ' --JIOMUY AMt WEI»'KSI)AY-- A Tiirilliui: Drama Slum hie the German Spj- forking in America. 64 A Thief in the Hight' f o u r Acts of Jtetil Suspense and Smiles. Evenings 20c and 30c Matinees lOc and 20c --TODAY--. CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG AND HER OWN COMPANY IN "MAGDA' IN 7 ACTS. --Monday- JIETBO PRESENTS A DRAVA OP SUNSHINE AND SPARKLE IN A 5 ACT WONDERPLAY OP BRILLIANCE AND ROMANCE--STARRING SUPERB ETHEL BAHHYJtORE IN "AN AMERICAN WIDOW" ALSO A SELECTED KEYSTONE COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. PITTSBURG PRESS 'WEEKLY--SHOWING CAMP LEE AND CAMP HANCOCK. --COMKS'G-- NORMA TALMADGE IN "THE MOTH" GESEEAt HAFTJXG. COM, AM) OKl'SlIKl) COKE. Both Phones. ConuollNt illo. Pa. HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE AT THIS OFFICE A Valuable Asset of Your Business If You Weie Delraudod of Yd"i Mine In Scninulii'ls Would You Take , the Saun stops Tlmi \ \ - \ l s I I \ U T Uoes m "THi: Ml,KM' !A\To lU'stn c You \Ko Billy West m "The S!a\v.' a Kiu^-Bec Cnnnd We Help Our Cu3- tomers to Success :·;· With Presentable, Profitable PUBLICITY i ^f O ' 1) A Y r.\NMi: v.Ani) iv "·TIIK fltYSTAl, G VZEI!

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