The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 4, 1918 · Page 5
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 4, 1918
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 191S. ·THE DAILY COURIER, CONNE1.LSVILLE, PA, PAGE FTVR BENEFICIAL BODY AT SCOTTDALE NAMES CORPS OF Far Burning Eczema Ralph W. Stoner Hoatl : Irou and Stt'el Ori ganization. or NAMES ADDED TO HONOR ROLL i Greasy salves and ointments should not I be applied if good clear skin is wanted. ·· ! From a*y druggist for 35c, or $1.00 for. extra large size, cet a bottle of zemo.; ·When applied as directed it effectively I removes eczema, quickly stops itching, and heals skin troubles, also sores, bums, wounds and chafingj It penetrates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo is a clean, dependable and inexpensive, penetrating, antiseptic liquid. Try It, as -we believe nothing yon bave ever used is ascfTective and satisfying. The E.T7. Kosc Gx. Cleveland. O. Sirgica] Dressings Class Is Organized at ETenon; Mill Town Class Mores to Sen Quarters and Changes Time oi Xeettng; Other Sews of the Day. Special to The Couritr SCOrrTDALE, Feb. 4.--At a meeting of the Scottdale Iron aad Steel Workers' Beneficial association Uie following officers and board of directors were elected for the coining- year: President, Ralph \V". Stoner; secretary, Walter B. Null; treasurer, R. P. Percy; directors, W. C. Kelley, G. B. Mellinger, John J. Fmnerty, George K. Riley, J. T. Handle, K. H. Camlin and J. H. Miller. Added to Honor Boll. The JoHowing names have been added to the service flag o£ the' Presbyterian church: Walter Ku_ge, David R. Bixler, James B. Hurst, George W. Lipps, Gilbert S. Gove, Clifford R. Smith, John E. Rager, J. D. Hill and Albert L. Hill. Place anil Time Changed. In.order to conserve heat the work rooms of the surgical dressings class have been changed from the First Baptist church to the home oi Mrs. Walter F. Staufter on Loucka avenue. So that m*re persons may atteLd Lhe day has been changed from Wednesday until Thursday. Mrs. Stauffer invites all old workers and any new workers that may wish to come to f *trM*'M from TSo uniform J Dome and Join the surgical dressing class at her home. Engage .ID Knitting. Mrs. George Lowe of Ruffsdaie en- :eriained the Hypathais club at her Ruffsdale home on Saturday after- ioon. · The afternoon was spent in | -MI* 't I 1 " 1 quitting and relreshments were serv- PROVIDING NATIONAL ARMY WITH SUPPLIES TREMENDOUS PROBLEM What It .Henns to Outfit Each of 0,00,000 Men IVIth the Accoutre- · ments of a Soldier. ; Lieutenant Colonel M. B. Stewart, who. former members of Company D, Tenth Regiment. National Guard of Pennsylvania, will remember as hav-. ing visited Connelisville as an inspection officer when he held the rank of captain in the Array, has written an article in the February Scribners on "Building the National Army," which gves an illuminating insight into the business of fitting soldiers on a largo scale. i "The problem of supply," says Colonel Stewart, "was another which grew its share of gray hairs on the heads i of division commanders and their staff officers. Al first the matter ot uniform was the all-important question. Psy- J i chological reasons, if nothing more, · ' render it very desirable to clothe the ~ew in uniform at the earliest D^ssible moment after his acceptance into military rervice. The man who "las been interrupted in his civil pur- -lilts by the frentle t-p of the draft hnp.rd wll rennrd wH*i fairly Rood "race--in most cases with something j i that closely approaches ert^usfasm. However, with characteristic Ameri- Tuesday ni^TM., he wants to get the Dr OT- with as sain a* tnss'hle t plunge to jump Qnota 87 Men. Draft District No. 7, Westmoreland Bounty, of which Ber'.ey H. Boyd of Scottdale is the chairman, will send 17 men as its Quota in the next Iraft that leaves here on. February 12. Billiard .Hatch. In the Billiard match that has started at the Y. M. C. A. between a lumber of local young men. Bloom yon from Lipps by a score of 50 to 39. Mechanic Leaves. Roy Kepner, son of Mrs. Ida Kepler of Parker avenue, who was one f the Scottdale boys to answer the all for motor mechanics, has le£t to oin his command and experts to be itationed at Camp Hancock. Surgical Dressing Class. A surgical dressing class was or- yraized in Everson on Thursday eve- ilns by Mrs. Walter P. Stauffer. In- ;truction is to be given by Miss ilaude Ferguson, assisted by Mrs. E. .1. S. Pyle, Miss Jessie Reed an J Miss Laura Jean Jarrett. The class is nade up ot 25 youn-g ladies from Svefson and Scottdale. Accident Victim ; Burled. The funeral of John Figus, who was ;illed in a coasting accident Thurs- lay night at Everson, was held Sat- irday morning at St. Jospeh's church ind interment followed in St. Joseph's leruetery. The Spring Bonnet." The ''Spring Bonnet," given in Con- le "Irl ,i~h Hto-thp new. v-r frnrn o-*» to the ii'n^lie. park. "U T1 th- lppi.-«.thp ·[·-.!· of the j ut the f«!l. it fl"»i a nftirp to t*-e Store Closed Monday Open Tuesday as Usual. WOMEN'S AND MISSES Coafc Another big banner bargain Sale that will bring women here for the. Greatest A r alues that have been featured at such a ridiculous low price. COATS \ Vorth up to $18.50, at Here's a record breaking offer that is going to save money for the women of I Cormellsville. Gome early for the best choice. Suits and Dresses Worth up to $23.50, at As a companion sale--for the women who cannot be fitted in the above Suits--we offer · . 525 to $42.50 Stot Suits at ,$12.5%. $16.75, $2150 Watch This S;ace for Announcement of CoassellsvLle's Greatest every activity. So'ne c^ncpption of what is reduired to meet this demand i may be gained by considering a few of the figures in which it is expressed. Six hundred thousand pairs of ] breeches, as many, overcoats, coats, hats, belts, and pairs of leggings, twice that number of flannel shirts and pairs J of shoes, three times that number of ·^uits of underwear and pairs of socks -- for a first issue, the barest necessities -- in all, about 526,000.000 worth of clothing. Add to this l.SOO.OOO blank- i ets and a list of things like barrack hags, gloves, hat-cords, and the 1'ke, and the sum total furnishes a fair Idea of the strain which such a shift places upon the markets of the country." i ! , Big 15C Matinee Daii. -at 2:30. Evening Shows at 30 and 9:lb. METRO PRESENTS A DRAMA.OF SUNSHINE A N D SPARKLK IX A 5 ACT WONDERPLAY OF BRILLIANCE AND ROMANCE--STARRING SUPERB ETHEL BARRYMOn!3 IK "AN AMERICAN WIDOW" ALSO A SELECTED KEYSTONE COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. PITTSBURG PRESS WEEKLY--SHOWING CAMP LEE AND CA.MP HANCOCK. Perryopclis. PERRYOPOLIS, Febb. 4.-- The-new schedule of the Washington Run railroad is as follows: First train due at Perryop3lis, 7.22 A. M:; return at 8.15: second. train, 9.45 A. M.; afternoon Following is the program for the following is tie program for the Christian church Bible class meeting January 30 at the home of Mr. and *trs. Bcnte S. Luce: Leader, Mrs. ·WEDNESDAY BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS PRESENT CAIU1EL MYERS IN "MY UNMARRIED WIhE" AN AMERICAN PLAY WITH FRENCH DRESSING. A SUPERB BLUEBIRD IN 5 ACTS. ALSO A GOOD CpMEDY IN 2 ACTS. --TODAY-- m A* ·*!}"» f« 4 AJ 3 al In tlic Musical Farce IILK HAT BAR] OX THE SCRKEN'--BILLIK UURKE. «1 Clean, Progressive Amusement for the Whole Family. THE- ALABAMA TRIO. HAPPY GIBBS, The Blackface Knight 1111111111 icllsvllle under the direction of t h e ; Moss; song; scripture reading. Mrs. Jisses Moorehead for the benefit of Cora Blair; prayer. Allen Galley; he soldiers and sailors, ;s being ;taged here Wednesday for the same mrpose. The play, which was given n Connellsville at three perform- mces scored big hits on all occasions. The "Spring BomteC' is a musical ·.omedy play given in two parts. The :ostumes are exceedingly attractive .nd new. There are 300 local persons n the play and the cast is made up of he cream of home talent. ' Personal "otes. Miss Clara Lane was at th(s Colum- .ia hospital, TVilkiusburg, on Satur- jy to visit her uncle, James Durkin, Misses Eliza O'Donnell, Margaret 'Donell and Katharine Doorley spent ·-aturday in Pituburg. Mrs. Jetterson Freeman, spont Sun- ay in Uniontcwn where she is visit- ng her son, Cliifjrd Freeman. -Miss Georgiaua Wray rpest laturday. and Sunday with Derry riends. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Madden have eturned jo their Fairchancc home fter a visit paid the latter's parents, Ir. and Mrs, Ttomas Love. Sam Miller left on Sunday for a ew days trip in the East. Mrs. Robert Moran returned home n Saturday from a visit paid Browns- Hie friends. Try Onr Classified Ads. One cent a word Is all thev cost. Rub Mustercb on Forehead and Temr:ls3 A headache rcoecly ^;~at:t C:3 din- ars of "heaJscbc caC-'-D." llclieves cadache c=d th^ n^; .r '. ' i f ^^3 bom olds cr cozz~~ a- f--S i : o;^s tt ca lusterola ia a £:=?., v.L:^ tbtse -j:c!e with oil cf cu^ri D="cr th^i a fcr _ roup, sffil ceci, t^inia. t..a:c;;:a, c^- cstion, f\ev7, r'^=t=t^=i, i^b^o. U paira and cics cf Uo bac;: or jocita, 3 r=im, sore nuccl;:, hrtias, ch-lblaina rested feet, colds of the chest (it often revolts pceunioaia). _ 30c aod£0c jai^ hospital sen$2SO -,ong; recitation, Isabella Adams; paper. Mrs. Bente Luce;, vocal duet, Hazel TTeimer and Thiirman Hiien- baugh; recitation. Pearl Blades; four minute speech, W. H. Martin, "Prohibition as a War Issue;" four minute -.peech. Hazel Weimer, "Woman Suflf- -?.te as a War Measure;" music. Ferri Carson and Jeannette Pollock; four m i n u t e speech, Mrs. Howard Adams, "Food Conservation;" four min.ute "psech, Prof. Fife,\"President Wilson's Peace Terms;" song; discussion of prominent present day characters, Mr.- T Tuff"r, leading. The local high school basketball team motored to West Newton Friday evening where an - interesting game was played. Sniithfield, THE SPRING B01 A two act Musical Play put on by the Scottdale High, School for the benefit of our Sailors and Soldiers. WED:;E:DAY, FEBRUAP? PRICES 35c, 50c AJfD 75c. MATINEE AND NIGHT. Scottdale Opera House NOTED PASTOR | WILLINGLY GIVES ! AN ENDORSEMENT; i IJev. tToiinli Sinilli Snys Tan-1 lac Kelicvcd H i m o! Kkl- j ney Trouble. S-MITHFJELD. Fab. 4.--Stewart Everly of -Morris Cross Roads was a Business visitor Saturday. A. L. Glover of Outcrop was a borough business visitor Saturday. j H. J. Rankin was a Uniontown visitor from i riday to Saturday. I E. E. Young of Point Marion was a bu.i^ess visitor Pridaj'. j C. H. OlVeil was a Fairchance busi- ' ness visitor Saturday. Wlliam Hughs from out R. D. No. 1, Georges township, was a borough visitor Saturduy. Mrs. Aaron Bos ley of Old Frame was a borough shopper Saturday. J. H. .Miller and P. B. Whollery of Ruble were borough business visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Altha Grimm of the Valley school hcuse were,/ borough sh.'ppers Saturday. ^ Curtin Shuw is the first person in the borouga-to take out a license under the explosive act. He toak out a vendor's license. BALD HEADS Grow Hair on yuor Bald Head while you wait, is an honest advertisement. Thisi Forsts' Dru^ Store SCOTTD.AJGE, 3?A. Bell PJUone 41-J. i The Rev. Jonah Smith. Ph. D., chief* : clerk ia the Dcparuneiu of PubJie ! : Safety of the city of Wilkea-Barre, Pa., j i aad one of the bust kno-wn and most · | respected cUuuns of that community, 1 : said recently; . : "I suffered from kidney trouble for j j over sis years. Often when I would ! sit down for any longtu of Urac I : · could baldly rise from llie cbair be- ; I cause of the s-cvere pains in my back. I w h i c h scorned to hold mo rigid. \Vben ! I would stand for a time [ got the | same pains right in the small of rar · back. This condition caused me much i suffering. j I "I read of the "wonderful relief lo-1 | cal people hud SOL through* taking | I Tanlac, so I decided to try a botile. I j I noticed that it was benefiting ;oe i I after taking only one-half of the bot- i do. I Lave now finished three bottles i and at the present time I suffer oui no longer. I can sic down, w i t h o u t - foaV of pains antl I can stand for any length of time without suffering i any iU eiTerls. J n facu I spent eight! days in camp with the First .Regiment : of PoirinMc Order Sons of America! and participated in all the drills without suffering from any pains, thanks to Tanlac. * "I now recommend Tanlac because I found it exactly as represented to me." '. Tanlac is now being introduced | here by the Conuellsville Drug Co. j Tanlac can also be secured in Dun- 1 bar at D. C. Eason's Drug Store.--adv. SSON 3 1VOXDERFCL PLAYS i! By Connellsville\s Popular MANHATTAN PLAYERS Fifth Week and Better Than Ever. . ' --MONDAY AXJJ AVK1SES»AY-- A Thrilling 1 Drama Showing- (lie German Spy "Working in America. " A I M e f i n t k N i g i i t " Four Acts of IJeal Suspense ami Smiles. Evenings 20c and 20c Matinees lOc and 20c Confluence. VIOIiATIOXS DlVEfDLE. l?CT,-er Arests fir BrcaSiag IVcst Tir- ginlji Li((nor L.ITT. ' By Associated Press. CHAiRJJlSTON, W. Va., Feb. 4. -One hundred and eleven persons were CONFLUENCE, Feb. 4.--The ladies of the West Side, members of the Confluence branch of the Red Cross, have completed and forwarded to Somerset 20 pajama suits inside of three weeks under the direction ol Mrs. G. R. McDonald, vice president of the society.! The little two year old daughter of ! Mr. and Mrs. Walter Siipley. who has '· ers, visited her parents, in Meyersdale over Sunday .Mrs. Charles Markuart and Miss Walton left Saturday for a visit -with friends in Pittsburg and vicinity for several days. Wesley Glover of near Somerfield was here Saturday on his return from a, business visit to Somerset. Miss Edna Shank has returned to her home in Oakland af'.or a vidt of been ill with pneumonia for several ; ,, days, is slightly Improved. The remains of Miss Maria Watson, who died here Friday evening, were taken to Watson; Pa., this morning convicted throughout the state during ] for interment. Miss Watson was aged January of breaking the Yost liquor and whiskey to. the retail value of (22,904 was confiscated. Compared with December 'tier* were less arrests and less liquor I was taken. A small quantity of wine j with friends at Somerfleld. several weeks with her ^iji.:rs, Mrs. 3 aatl Mrs. J. F. Cloune. Thomas Flenil::g of Oliiopyle was a week-end business visitor here last week H. C. Humbert and little son of C on 73 years aad had been ill for several j nellaville visited -Mr. Humbert's par- months with a complication of dls- I e nt. A. E. Humbert of town her! re- eases. · 1 cently. Louis Burn-worth has returned to i M-ss Mary Nedronv of I!nioni:own his home in Uniontown after a visit | \ras her Saturday on her'way to i;om- COURT RECORDS TEM,. A Sorry Story is Told by a-ReliaWe. Compilation of Court liccords. When the Court Records for the whole country were recently compiled, it was shewn tha: abont eighty-two per cent of the men who have died leave no mo-cy nor property. Only 159'o leave cne thousand dollars and 3/o of them leave estates o£ $10,000 or more. A third of the widows of these ir.en become dependent up'n relatives or arc puj'.ic charges. Pr:tect your family a r d yourself by opening-a Saving. Accounl at The Citizens National Bank, 138 North Pittsburg su'eel- --adv. TODAY FANNIE WARD I.N "THE CET8TAL GA/KIi" Also a Good Comedy. WEDNESDAY Beautiful Now star Enacts Role in Pretty Klondykc Surroundings. William Foi Presents JEWEL CARMEN in "THE KINGDOM OF T.OVF." ) and beer was also confiscated. Miss Nettie Maust, one of our teach- visit friouds. : erfield whore she formerly resided, to "~ i.-ia MR.V.VD i *;IM Des[.5±re«,jUv*7iRdhbla ' SOLS BY BfillfiGiSTS EVERYWHERE Have You Anything FCE B Do You Anything WANT Try our Classified Ads You Get Results

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