The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 4, 1918 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4', .19IS. I Mrs. N.ewtoii_Wi!son.::will;:entertam i sion -wiichvbegins at S o'clock. Mrs. the it and S.'Fancywork .club 7 Wed- Mary ilcCtain-will'lecture on "Value nesday afternoon :tt her home in East Fairview avenue. . ,; . The consistory of the Trinity Reformed church, will the pastor's study street. meet,, tonight, in in East Green Members o£ a unit to .-the Charleston Comforts Branch of the Navyjjeague j every will meet tonight at the home of"Mrs'"(They of and use-of;;grains"; and "Grain production." and 'Trill give a war bread demonstration. At tbn evening session which begins at 7:30 o'clock she will lecture-on "Meat savers and substitutes" and "Selection of cloth-; ing materials'." All women are requested to -bring a teaspoon. The lec- :' Jan\ Mghth street, Green:: wood; to knittbnhe sailors." ·- The Business Women's Christian '.' Asociation will meet Thursday night in Odd Fellows' temple. South Pitts- ·'· burg street. Previous to the Bible study supper -will be .served- by ladies ;· from, the Methodist Frotesant church. tures- and demonstration .are free, to f person! who wishes to attend. are : 'c6~riducte'd"'hy"' the ' Home ...Mr. and; Mrs. J. Donald Porter will entertain thie South Side Euchre club Thursday night at their home in Will's Suad. . . . . . . . i POUND OF CEREALS TO EVERY POUND OE FLOUR IS THE RULE Continued from Page One. "Cereals to be recognized as wheat substitutes are cornmeal, corn starch, corn flour, hominy, corn grits, barley,; flour rice, rice flour, oatmeal, rolled.] oats, bnclrwheat -flour, potato flour, It's Easy--If You Know Dr. Edwards'Olive Tablets The secret of keeping young is to feel young -- to do this you must watch your liver and bowels -- there's no need oi havine a sallow complexion -- dark rings under your eyes -- pimples -- a jbilious look in jyour face -- dull eyes with no sparkle. "Your doctor will tell you 1 ninety per ccnl of all sickness comes from inactive bjwels and liver. Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician in Ohio, perfected a vegetable com- MBS. L. it. KEARNEY. .Mrs. Eafiag ."labors of Carnegie avenue, received word of the death of uer sister, Mrs. L. .M. Kearney of Spriugjboro, Crawford county, which occurred yesterday in the Erie hospital. Previous to her marriage Mrs. Kearney was Miss Mary Fousl, of Councils-vine. Sbe was born near Indian Head, 56 years ago, a daughter 1 of 'David Poust. Her husband, two j daughters, two son's and the following \ brothers and sisters survive: ilarry ; Foust and Willis Foust of Mount i Pleasant; John Foust of Indian Head; j sweet potato flour, soya bean flour,! pound nnxed with olive oii to act on Mre . Bvri ' nE Nabors of Connellsville! feterita flours and meals and no toe bver and bowels, w h,ch he gave to , M ,,. Thomas Fidlo ,. Qf . S, L f- _ -HTS..J..W- Ireonerth. .will entertain "Die O7N."T. Fahcywdrk club Thursday afternoon at he;- home in South Con- v nellsville. The Woman's Foreign-Missionary Society of the Cochran Memorial" Methodist church at Dawson, will meet Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Baian. The regular meeting of the Woman's Guild ot-the Trinity Episcopal church, ·will be held tonight at the home, of Mrs. T. J. Smith in Ninth street. Green-wood, the (late being changed on accohnt'of the Valentine party to be held.'Wednesday night in Odd Fellows^ temple under .the auspices of :: the g u i l d . ' . . . · . . . . The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Order . of Railroad Conductors will meet -- Wednesday Fellows^ · Jtrsl Edna Johnston "Brendel will : entertain the Thursday Afternoon Card club Thursiay -afternoon at. 2 . 'O'clock at .her;home in South Pittsburg street. ' A special meeting of the T. C. T. · Faacywork ivill be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Miss Elizabeth Patterson in Morton, avenue. Every member is urged to attend. The South Side cottage prayer : meeting will be held tomorrow even.: ing at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. i and Mrs. Georse R. Carothers, 1218 1 Sycamore street. · ; Eev. J. L. Proudfit, pastor of the · First Presbyterian church will speak to the Boy Scouts neit Sunday morn-; ing. · / The I. H. N. class of the First Methodist. Episcopal Sunday school' ." ' -will meet Friday night at the home of : Mrs. ~W. T. ituir in North Pittburg · ~. street. A large attendance of mem- '. bers is desired. '-, : , . _. · The regular meeting of the Woman's Home and. Foreign Missionary societies of tha First .Presbyterian church Ttill 'be held Wednesday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock i n - t h e church " chapel. An biteresttog-..prosram on ·; "China and Korea,"- will be carried .; out Church Day will be observed Thurs. day at the First Methodist Episcopal · ' church' by tho 'Woman's Home and Foreign 'Missionary societies and the · Ladies' Aid Society. Lunch will be ^served from 11 to 1 o'clock. Each society will hold a 'separate meeting. The Epworth League of the First tfethodist Episcopal church will hold .·" Its regular business and social meet;' ing tomorrow evening at the home of :· Rev. and Mrs.- G.-L.-C. .Richardson, in ;'.; Sonth Pittsburg '.street.' All members . axe Invited..-, . -; - · . . - '·' Friendship Temple, of. the_ Pythian. Sisters will give'away-a'centerpiece at a meeting tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. . . Athens'Temple Pylb-ian Sisters will meet in. the Odd Fellows' hall tomorrow:' owning. .. -: : " :.. The;lad!es' Bible class of the Tfin^ .. ity Ijitheran Thiirch'will mee't Friday :: nigKt at' ihajiomis of Mrs-IE. R; Floto -" in Rac«. street. . . . -- The Ladies' Aid Society of the ··"· Methodist Protestant church will meet ·- Thursday afternoon in the church." · women-of -tho church, all; · : day Wednesday at the-Red.Cross.rooms j V to sew for the soldiers. The congrega- j ;, tion will hold a cottage prayer ineet- .;; ing tomorrow' evening at the home of ;., Mr. and Mrs. McClain Crossland in " Crawford aver.ue, West Side. An open'meeting of the Laides"Aid · and Missionary society of the United Economic Extension .Department of State- college, working" through' the Fayette County Farm Bureau. The Christian Endeavor of the Christian church, last evening observed the anniversary of the founding of the Christian Endeavor movement in 1881. Special exercises were held. At the regular 'evening service the pastor, Rev. George \V. Buckner,. delivered a sermon pertinent to'the'occasion. PERSONALS. Miss.- Genevieve Soissbn, of West Peach .street, is spending the day in Pittaburg. Special demonstration and sale of Majestic Ranges this week, at Anderson-Loucks' Hard-ware store. Every person that'huys a Maiestic .this week will get an fS.QQ cooking set free, (JO pieces.)--A*v.--i-lt. Joseph Diion, a student at the University of West Virginia at Morgantown. W. Va., is spending a few 'days vacation witJi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Diion of Fjast Crawford avenue. The best place to shop after all. Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. Mrs. W. H. Glotfelty has returned home from a. visit with. Mrs. TV. H. Brown ot Uniomown. Downs shoe store, will conduct two sales on women's shoes this week. One will ie 56.00, J6.50 and $~M novelty boots at J4.35. The other will be J4.00 and 54.50 shoes, all kinds, mostly .patents, lace and bufcms, at ?2.95. All .women shoes.--adv. 4-4L · '·· ": Miss Ella Sandles has resigned as cashier at J. R. Davidson's store to accept a clerical 'position with the Pennsylvania railroad. If it is white or black tennis shoes Downs' Shoe Store have them--all sizes.--Adv--1-31. Mrs. J. R. Davidson and daughter,^ Miss Marion, will leave tomorrow lor Jacksonville, Pla. For the best and cheapest repairs on that roof, conductor or spouting, see F. T. Evans.--Adv. Postmas'er W. D. McGinnis arrived home from Washington, D. C., yesterday after spending a few days wita Congressman B. P. Sterling. others except that rye may be used until March 3. "All county Federal Food Administrators are charged with' the duty of seeing that these regulations are strictly observed by the trade and will promptly report violations to the state administrator. "This is a necessary war measure and appeal is made to the public for patriotic acceptance of tic conditions imposed, even though inconvenienced in the purchase of any flour by fact of temporary trade shortage of substitute materials." hia patients for yeara . Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the subsfi- atu . ancl Mrs - Maudc tute for calomel, are gentle in their action Head, yet always effective. They faring about that exuberance of spirit, that natural buoyancy which should be enjoyed by : of Indian, i Until County Administrator Davidson had received State Administrator Hcinz's interpretation or the floirr. selling rule, different practices wore MRS. KATE BROWN. The body of Mrs. Kate Brown, the aged negrcas, who died at the county everyone, by toning up the liver and clearing the system of impurities. - - - . . . . . . . You will know Dr. Edwards'Olive Tab- home, was brought to CcunellsvilJe j lets by their olive color. IQd and 25c pei xac. All druggists. MRS. ALICE -McGAKIUTY. Following a .brief illness of paralysis, Mrs. Alice MoCJarrity, 69 years old, a resident of Connellsvilie for being followed by Conneilsville mer-1 many years, died yesterday after- chants, as noted. As a resulr"tliere' noon at 1,30 o'clock at the home of and removed by Funeral Director .1. E. I Sims to the home of a grandson of the j deceased, Edward Marelli 'at Brook-i vale, from where the funeral will take j place tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, i Interment, in Hill Grove cemetery, i Mrs. Brown is said to be 112 years j old. ANNA JANE SQUIBR. Anna Jane Squier, lO-monthE-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank! Perce Squier of Wilkinsburff, died j Saturday following a. brief illness. ·was some confusion, particularly when; her daughter, Mrs. Alice O'Donnell, I j[ r s. Squier, who before her marriage.! it became necessary to change to the new rule. Merchants who had been selling pound for pound, or on any other plan than six pounds to one of cereals, had more or less trouble in making . adjustments with their customers when adopting the state administrator's ruling. Still more trouble wilt now result from a return to the "pound for pound" rule, Cocnty Administrator Davidson be- MRS. ELIZABETH LONG. Mrs. Elizabeth F. Long, 45 years old,! ALEX S. MILLER. fore 1 his departure for Philadelphia to-1 maculate Conception church, of which j The body of Alex S. Miller, who died day to hold a conference with State! Mrs - McGarrity was a devout mem- i Wednesday night at his home in Saint: Requiem high mass will be eel-[ Petersburg, Fla., arrived in Greens-! day Administrator Heinz, issued a statement based upon the order received Saturday giving notice that he has arranged to have violations of the order reported to- his office. Investigation will be made and steps provided by the Food Administration will be taken. BENEFIT PLAT. ·'Sod's Jfan" to be Shown Tomorrow al the Soisson. "God's Man," a vivid, powerful picturization of George Bronson How- Interment will bo in St. Joseph's cemetery. Deceased was born in land, her maiden name being Ire- Miss Alice Kelly. She was married in Ire- I MRS. HENRY JENNINGS, land to Patrick McGarrity. They j Mrs. Henry Jennings, 87 years old. came to this country a little over 40 a. resident of Unionuwu . for many years ago, settling at Foxburg, Pa. A j years, died Saturday afternoon at her short time afterwards the family mov-1 home in West Payette street, ed to Pittsburg and about 40 years j " -ago moved from that city to Connells- [ MRS. SARAH J. SMITH. vllle. Mr. McGarrity died a number! Following a lingering illness, Mrs. of years ago. Mrs. McGarrity was j Sarah J. Smith. 74 years old. died the mother of eight children, the fol- ard's famous novel, featuring II. B. j lowing of whom survive: John ifc- One lot of ivinter hats,. including"-.ivanlcd Coniiellsrille Township Jfan untrimmed shapes. Sale price* from 50 cents to J2.00; formerly priced $4.00 to $6.00. Among these you will find many desirable things. McFarland's, Apple St.--Adv.--4-3t. I. F. VanAtta-returned to his home here last night after attandlng the funeral of his father-in-law, Thomas B. Price, at Bellevornon, who died following an operation in the McKeesport hospital. "Women should attend Downs shoe store's 2 sales this week on women's shoes only; one at $J.9S, the other ?2.35.--adv. 4-4t. 5QTH ANNIVERSARY Of Mai-rinse of CMjl IVar Veteran is J)»!y Observed. The 50th anniversary of the wedding of- Mr. and airs. "WHlliam A. Artis was observed at the home of their son-in- liw, H. L. Hann'am, In the Weibe apartments Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The affair was opened by a prayer and singing by Her. Burgess. Miss Edna Hibbs, of, this city, played the wedding majch and the comrades and friends- marched around and congratulated each one. Rev. Burgess presented Mr. Artis with a gold piece in behalf of the 'William Kurtz post 104. James G. Hicks sang a. solo, with Miss Hibbs at the piano. C. H. Whiteley read, a pielie suitable tor tile oc-- casion: Speeches were made by E. Dunn, J. J. Barnhart,,Doh'n- Jones, W; H. Shaw and Rev. W. H, -GladdeC Selections on the talking machine were followed by a sold by Miss .Mildred Miller. . Refreshments were;'served by Mrs. R. L. Hannam and daughter, Miss Ada Mae. Mrs. Everett Miller and daughter, Miss Mildred, and Miss Jessie But- terroore. There were 16 comrades present and all extended their, thanks to Jlrs. R. L. Hanaam and family. RIVER FREEZES OVER For Second Time This Tew Xongh is -Covered Between Bridges. The Yough river was frozen over again, last night for the second time this year, the space between the two bridges being covered, with' a sheet o f t ice this morning. . It began to thaw; about y o'clock. It Is unusual for' the river to freeze over at points bn- low the power house, but the Trim!, Warner, supported h' a cast of unusual excellence, iviil be presented tomorrow afternoon and evening at the Soisson for the benefit of the Navy League. "God's Man," is founded on a lofty theme and appeals to the higher intellect and emotions. It is beautifully staged, excellently acted and superbly photographed. The picture Is in nine reels not one of which bores. In fact the picture has been so well cut that the finish comes all too soon. JSOO WAXAGES. Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at nc-r , home at Brownsville. i THOMAS HOCEES. Thomas Rodgers, 67 years old, died Saturday at the home of his nephew, Garrity of Dunbar; Henry McGarrity of Conneilsville; Mrs. Katherine Riley' of Broad Ford; "William McGarrity of Loisenring No. 1; .Mrs. Alice O'Doanell and Mrs. Ellen Dailey ] M. J. IlodgerB, in Dnioniown. of Connelisville. The deceased chll- ! dren are James and Daniel McGar- | rity. Twenty-one grandchildren ani four great grandchildren also survive. For the past seven years Mrs. McGarriu- had resided with her daughter, Mrs. O'Donnell. She bad a wide circle of friends by whom sne was held in the highest of esteem. by Yieirers. County Viewers F. D. Miinson, W. H. Binns and J. H. Lamhertson today filed a report in Uniontown awarding "W. E. Coughenour of Connellsville damages oC $500 above tho improvement to his property by reason of the paving of tho Connellsville-Broad Ford road. Eight Given Hearings.. Bight prisoners were given hearings at police court by Mayor John Duggan yesterday morning, four getting cell sentences. One Tras des- chargecl and three paid fines. Three forfeits were left. There was no police court this morning, no arrests being made over night. Mrs. Kate Hall says: "I have kept house 15 years, am the mother of four children, and I would not keep house without Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea," Wise Woman, why? Drives away sickness, brings health and happiness to the whole family. Connells- rille Drug Co.--Adv. Snntm-Ter Gets Furlough. Mrs. L. W. Santmyer of 511 East Murphy avenue has received a letter that her son, Cornell Santmyer with the 110th regiment in Camp Hancock, Ga., left last night for home on a 10 day furlough. He is expected to arrive here some time .today. Second Son Born. A son, the second in the family, was born ttm'moniing to Mr. and Mrs. Lymau K. Miller at their home in Lincoln "avenue. Mr. . Miller, who was formerly a local ward principal, is now in the revenue service in. Pittsburg. First is a Girl. GEORGE W. SHEARER. George W. Shearer, 67 years old, right at 31.15 o'clock at their home in East Crawford avenue: The babe is their first. The mother was formerly Miss Anna Leary o£ Belle V'ernon. Has rnenmnnin. Joan F. ..Dull, 72 years old, lather of S. B. Dull of this city, is seriously ill ot pneumonia at his home at Mill, Run. . . . . ' .10"N L. LOWRY. Within a u;w hoars of the death of his sister, Mrs, Elizabeth Hardy ol JDimbar, John L. Lowry, 96 years old, died Thursday in the Union-town, hospital folJo*-ittg a -brief illness of paeu- i monla. The body was brought to Duubar and removed by Funeral Director J. R. Foltz to the residence of a sister of the deceased, Mrs. Clarissa Hardy at Bunijar, £roni where funeral services were held this afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, with Rev. Darnell, pastor ot the Methodist Protestant church officiating. Interment was made in Mount Auburn cemetery- ,,Mr. IiO-wry was born and reared in Dunbar township and spent the greater part of Ms life at Dun-bar. 0£ late he had made his home ·with his niece, Mrs. Wills at Mount Braddock. On contracting^prieurnQnia tie was removed to 'tlW Uuionto-wn hospital for treatment. Deceased is survived by tbree sons, Frank Ixrwry of Dunbar; Newton Lowry of Parnassus, and George Lowry, located in Virginia. Tlie funeral of Mrs. Hardy was held Saturday afternoon from the family residence with many relatives and friends · oC the deceased in attendance. Interment In Mount Auburn cemetery. MRS. IvATHAJLYNE COPE. Mrs. Katharyne Cope, 67 years old, widely known.'at Dunbar and vicinity, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Wadswbrth near Pechin, following an illness of pneumonia. The funera] will be "Wednesday morning at 8.30 o'clock from the "WTadsworth home and at D o'clock from. St. Aloysius Catholic church at Dunbar. Requiem high mass will be celebrated by Rev. Father P. J. Brenoan. Interment will bo in St Aloysius cemetery. Mrs. Cope is survived by the following children: ; Cope, Mrs. Lazarius Bereiter, Mrs. James Martin of Zimbar; Mrs. Samuel "Wadsworth of near Peehin and Mrs. Gustavo Kline of McKeesporc. Mrs. Cope's husband, John Cope, and son, John Cope, Jr., were killed in the Hill Farm mine explosion which occurred Jiine 16, 18!)f). Funeral Director J. R, Foltz will have charge oC the funeral. MRS. LYDA SWANEY. Following a lingering illness Mrs. There are still considerable num- | bers o" trainmen, shopmen, trackmen and telegraph operators subject to the selective call for men. The railroads found their operating and shop forces badly culled during the recent draft Some of the roads asked exemptions for certain classes of men, but filed No. 230 North Arch street. Previous ! was Miss Jane Rogers, formerly re- to her late illness -Mrs. McGarrity had , sided in Connellsville. enjoyed good health. Wednesday eve- ' --· ning about 7 o'clock while iu the home of ber daughter, Mrs. Ellen Dailey, which adjoins the O'Donnell: wife of P. P. Long, a well known f u r - j home, she was stricken with paraly- | njture dealer of Uniontown, died Sal.-'sis and never'regained consciousness, urday following a brief illness of The funeral will be from the O'Don- pneumonia. ncll home Wednesday morning at 8.30 o'clock and at i) o'clock from the Im- have a special patented./JengojBeZt feature which gives support that is particularly restful when this garment is adjusted to reduce excess flesh at the abdomen.hips and back. The extra strength of materials used and this particular patented feature of tailoring causes Rengo Belt corsets to hold their shape under the severest strain. A corset that does not bulge and stretch until v/ell worn out is a boon of comfort to the stout and medium figure--Rcngo Belt corsets can be depended upon for their great strength and elastic freedom, due to the inserts of strong webbing. Boned throughout with double watch-spring steels, guaranteed not to rust. PJ · T* II otnve lo Have ber. obrated by Rev. Father John T. Burns, i b u r g laat night and was removed t o ! the home of relatives. Mr. Miller for- j merly resided at Mount Pleasant. died Saturday morning at bis borne at j West Newton. MRS. GEORGE BAKER. Mrs. George Baker, 32 years old. · died last evening at her home at | Brownsville, Next time you arc Jn z. Catherine tor -(nomen not* th* diJTwrc-nt conOl- ttonji apparent Jn complexion. Ton ·will »e* some filled with blackhoada, Borne dry and roujU, some smooth and greasy, soms smeared with roitre, some streamed with heavy metallic powders and once la a. while yoa Trill ace one that IB a demon- almtlon of Intcllljfenco from every point of ri«w. The noior IB rosy, tho »ldn is clear and sraootb, the ports are 0maU and open, the Ttcrwder ooes not BbO"W on the flrrn viperous el:ln. IBvBiy "woman can have a ewd complexion it Bhe will only use a. IHtle discretion. 3f you would acquJrcrcaJ jbca-uty, the baauty o? perfect health, lyou muBt replenish your worn-out ,s*nraa with lecithin. Nature's o'wn nerre restorer, and put into your blood the Invigorating iron which .Nature intended It to have for j health. In roost of the modern foods ;theee and other vitalising elements have been lurselr eliminated. Yet to be ^falthy and beautiful the sys~ jtom must hav» them. They arc .found In Blo-i«ren, not only In prop- j«r proportions to restore weeicftned ivltallty hut In such form as the sys- ;t«tn can beat asalmllate them. 1 A tr»*nt ot lecithin mid Iron peptonate M combined in Eio-feren IncreBJea th« appetite. aJdn nutrition juncl invlKOrates the patient. And Blo-f«r«n In Us pellet form is «uir and juUatabie to UUte--no liquid Iron" discoloration of the teeth, no unplousant taste. There In no socrct""or~ mystery about Bio-fercn. Doctors prescribe It regularly because they know exactly what It contains as wett as what- it will flo and they know they couM not formulate a. beitt-r up- building tonic. The acUon of Tiio-feren on thr system Is ro beneficial, we are PC s'jre of Ita gtvinR you positive iiea!'.!i und vigor, providing, of course, there is no serious, chronic ailment such as cancer, tuberculosis, etc.. that we only sell it on the condition that you agree to return the empty pa.cfcn£« nnd accept a. refunj ot your money ui'-tis you are entirely satisfied, Thore In no use waiting 1 tor health and beauty. It if better to tic tiling-it today than tomorrow. fo to your physiclaji today--rlpht now--he will advice Blo-fereA. Then *'tart talcing it at once as he advises or as directions on tha^yj'i call for. The guarantee protects your money. In- tercsiinK booklet may be had for the Larrra packns« $1.00 at all leading , , . 0( . ^ !roct if your dru^eisl i. The Scntnnc! Cincinnati. Ohio, can not supply you. Remedies Co. In ( RAILROADS WILL ASK . EXEMPTION OF CERTAIN EXPERIENCED EMPLOYES Including Engineers, Trainmen. Shop- j men, Telegraphers and Others j Essential in the Service. Officials of the railroads serving the: Pittsbnrg district will ask that a l l : skilled workmen, including engineers,; trainmen, shopmen, telegraphers and! others, be exempted from military ser-j vice. No exemptions will be asked for ( clerks whose places can be filled by women. General request for exemption from the first draft was not made, the companies filling the places of selected men as best they could. The labor situation- has become such that a wholesale exemption of employes is now regarded as necessary, otherwise the transportation and shop departments of the railroads will be seriously crippled. On the first draft a number of men were rejected as physically disqualified, or were exempted for a variety of reasons. These exemptions were annulled by the new regulations, leaving these men in the same position as if no action had been taken in their cases. * + Organizations don't grow as weeds in a garden--they thrive and grow on public approval, which is only received when a benefit is rendered. %?£ Stamps have grown in public favor since first introduced. Economy is the service they offer. The Sperry Hutchrason Co. WILL TALK CAMPAIGN Four-Minute Men Will .Spealc on "Men and Sloney" Scout Convass. The Four-Minute Men in ibeir talks this week will address tlio people on the "Men and Money" campaign to be conducted throughout ihe nation during anniversary week, February S to 14. The citizens will be asked to no blanket claims for exemption. Be-l support tie local scouts :». the cam- quest will now be made for the ex- P*^"' as lbe bo ' s horc 1ave raa " 5 ' emptipn. of certain experienced men who are between the ages .'of 21 and 31 4 on the ground that transportation efficiency will- be materially injured if such men are required to leave their jobs. Presbyterian church will be held on | blowing up the river checks the swif. Thursday night at the home of Mrs. i current and cools the water to a free;.S. B. Bobbie in Johnston avenue. All "S temperature, are Invited. ..The thermometer fell to six abovi. zero last night according to 'th'e bfli-'!'" The first o! series of 'educational I eial thermometer. Thermometers in I meetings on food and clothing will be i other parts of ..the city, registered any-, 1 -, held tomorrow afternoon and evening! where from zero to six above: After in the domestic science room of the i the thaw which set tn Saturday night new high school. At the afternoon ses- j the slush again froze ' upland made I walking difficult. The thaw again set i yesterday morning and a light rain C R O U P Sp«»odic croop is I one application of-- CHEST COLDS may mean weak.lungs and need more thorough treatment than mere Syrups, physics :noved to the hospital where it was or stimulants. Swaney. about 48 years old, died The subject for the occasion will last evening in the Memorial hospital; Mount Pleasant. Mrs. Swaney had .been in poor health for tie past five and a week ago tolay was re- scorn EMULSION . discovered that ao operationo would i not save her life. The body wa? brought here today and removed by "THE MAX OP THE HOUJi." Is Subject for Yandcrbllt Club's Discussion Tomorrow. The Saturday Afternoon club of Vanderbilt will meet Tuesday evening at :.he home of Mrs. G. B. Roberts. "The Man ot the Hour." for the discussion, are: Sub-titles "Russia." limes given their, assistance willingly to any public work. The Scouts' National campaign is for $200,000 and 100,000 men to be placed in. the Scoutmaster's Reserve Corps. The Connellsville troops have been given $75 as the quota here and all over that amount goes into the treasury of the local council to be used in local movements. Since the scout movement has been inaugurated here, five troops have bc*en organized and the city is now classed as a second class council. By taking Lydia E. Pinkhai Vegetable Compound, Or of Thousands of SuchCasc Black River Falls, Wis. -- "As I/ E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compc saved me froir operation, I car say enough in pr of it Isufferedf organic troubles my side hurt mi I could hardly b from my bed, ai Notice. To the Patrons of ibe Railroads: housework, I the best docton Eau Claire and t wanted me to h an operaljon, Lydia E. Pinkh/j Miss Ardis Edwards; "America," .Miss Much of the freight congestion in this ; Vegetable Compound cured me so I Carrie Dull; "France." Mrs. E. S. j district is Cue to failure of some con- i not need the operation, and I am tel! Bailey; "England." Mrs. C. C. Collins. | signees to take their freight away i jj 1 my friends about it."-- Mrs. A. The remainder of the program will be: Current events, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs, Elizabeth Hazlett and Mrs. J. W. Funeral Director .T. B. Sims; to the j Madigan; reading, Miss Carriana home .of Rev. A. M. Long in First j Bailey. .There will be special music. | street, South Connellsviile. Notice o f j ' iunerai later. Mrs. Swaney was born 1 and reared near Noramlviile, Spring-; _ "oliee. Prof. Becker, the world's renowned ' f i e l d township, a daughter of the late I chef, will give £ree lectures on tho I to snow and for a short time last nigln B TM J STM Io the Wood and warmth a storm raged. . to the body, While it is famous with and Mrs. Martin Leichliter. Of » she had made her home with her Two Sickness Coses. , One case ol diphtheria and one cas of measles". were reported' ' to . the j Board of Health this" morning. i physicians for relieving hard coughsandsoothingthelungs,! throat and bronchial tubes. art of economical cooking each afternoon, this week at Andcrson-Loucks brother-in-law and sister, Rev. and store. Thjs is a chance of a lifetime : Mrs. A. ML Long. In addition 'to Mrs. tor Connellsville ladies to learn the three other sisters, Mrs. J. S. art from a man ot 62 years' eyper- ! Hays, wife ot .Rev. Hays. of. Punxsu-: ience. Don't miss it.--Adv.--4-li. jtawney; .Miss Elizabeth Leichliter ofj ;pitcairn. and Mrs. J. W..' Smith ofj Classified Adfertisemcnts Manchester, N. H., survive. I Bring results. Cost only Ic a word. . . from freight stations and team tracks. BMZER, Black River Falls, Wis. It is just sucli experiences as tha acting under the. authoritv of the Di- , TM' Bl ?f ',? a * ba f ma ,, de ^ff" root and herb remedy a household w promnUy. The Operating Committee,; « , « r -i j L · s e o rector General of Railroads, hereby, from ocean to ocean. Any woman calls upon shippers and consignees ; suffers from inaammaBon, nlcerati to load, unload and remove their ; displacements, backache, nervousm freight, with the greatest possible dis- irregularities or "the blues" she patch, to the end tiat the roads may : not rest nnt "' she has given it n tr better perform all their functions o f ; transportation. If. E. .McCarty, chair- j man.--Adv.--31-Gt. i - or Sledding Tarty. A party of .young foJks from Dawson formed a sledding party to Peuns- delightful time Hfoliel Bilner. - ?' rite L ? dis edicine Co., Lynn, Mass. For SMit Soreness of infants and children you cau find nothing that. heals like 00 *"* home of Miss j 25o at the Vinol and other drug st. The Comfort Powdef Co., Boston, M»

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