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PAGE TWO. 1JHB, COU11JER, TUESDAY, 'FEBRUARY .5, 191S. " At the regular meeiizij; of the /Wo''s Guild of the Trinity Episcopal -church held last night at the home ot ''Mrs. T. J. Smith in Ninth street, 'Greenwood, plans were ..completed for -Miss Sarah Seese, Frank Sweeney, James Munson and the hostess. . Invitations have been issued for the annual^patriotic promenade' of Fayette » Valentine party to be .'held ,tomor- !Lodge,JN'p.;--t72 P. A. of · Machinists .to .'roV-night in Odd Fellows' temple, I be held Monday evening, February 11 "South Pittsburg street " Th'e'fdllo'wihg ··musical .program, under the direction. I of Mrs.- Cr-E;-Stout,*wi!i be rendered; '^Overture, Kiferle's orchestra; tenor ;.and contralto solo, "Swert Miss Jfary," ; Weidlinser, Mrs. C. H. 'Weisgerber and ;.frot._p. A. Woodhead; ri'citatipn, J. M. ;;Cecil; tenor solo l __"Call Me Back." ;:Denza/:Pjof,--Earl.Hayi!and;;soprano ;.solo, "Carmena," 'Wilson, -Mrs. Hazel :Myers;'baritone solo,'selected; Rev. J. at the armory. The hours'are from 8.30 to 1 o'clock. Kiferle's orchestra will play. "Too grand march will take place at 9 o'clock. The committee is composed of H. F. Tippman, A. L. lawe, R. M. Vaughn, J. P. Friel.- A. L. Friel and A. L. Cage. .An-interesting program f on. Connellsville Day was carried out at the Femi-montbjy meeting of the Woman's · will be played. A feature amusement were read as. follows: " ·{on-tbe-nrst-'floor-Trili-be the Edison'Coke."'.Mrs. W. P. Clark; ". i, in charge pi L. W. Brown. ;;War bread will be used for making rthe sandwiches. DespiU' the inclement ",Mand.evine.. Barker o£ " Uniontown; : Culture club hejd yesterday afternoon 'overture, Kiferle's orchestra".' Follow-j 8 * the-home of Mrs. Charles Stoulfer -ing the program old fashioned games j i n South Pittsburg street. .Paper? . * «r«,.~ -,,,,, _,, C-IT "Coal anu -Merchant!! ot-Four Generations," Mrs. W.' L. "Wright; "Educational History," Miss Clara Pritchard. Mrs. C. )V. Krbcck ;:weather the'meeting was well attended w 'as leader. Mrs. W. P. Clark report- .and was one of unusual interest. A e d that an ambulance 'blanket had "dainty luncheon was served' by', tliaf.bpen:. completed.'and about 40 knitted -'hostess. Mrs. George Blair was a j squares for another one had been guest of the society. The next meet-1 turned in, the club wishes to thank all persons not members, who contributed squares towards the blanket, Mrs. W. O. Schoouover read a program to be presented at a series of educational meetings on food and clothing. The first of the series was One lot of winter bats, including untrinuned shapes. Bale price from 50 cents to 52.00; formerly priced $4.00 to $6.00. Among these you will; find many desirable .things. McFafland's, Apple St.--Adv.--4-3t Funeral Director J. E. Sims was called to Mill fiun? today jr the-death ot Samuel K. Johnson; ' · Miss Helen Haloes'of the West Side was the guest of "Mr; and Mrs. Redding Bunting of Pittsburg, over Sunday."' ·"·'···" : --; : ' Women should attend Downs shoe store's 2 sales this week on women's shoes only; one at ?4.!*5, tbe other 52.96.--adv. 4-4t "·Mrs. Donald Brewer.of Dubois, Pa., is the" guest of. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C .T. Giles. NOTABLE CAR Is Plwwd Today for Coiil or Cote Loading on the JI. H. The acute shortage of cars for some sections -of the coke region is shown by.the fact that today the Monongahela railway is not placing a single car for either coal or coke at tbe mises served by it in the Lower Connellsville region. Yesterday the supply a; these plants was 50 per cent. Thirty per cent supply is collected for tomorrow. Plants on tbe lines of 'ic Pennsylvania and Lake Erie roads have fared somewhat better. TWO GAMES TONIGHT. "~ ing will be held Wednesday evening, ? February 20, at the home of -Mrs. W.' ; ;R. Stoith'iu Eighth street. Greenwood. '· -'; The. enasgemeut of Miss Nelle'M. .-"Gates of Fairchance and Guy M. Clarke ot Uniontown and Pittsburg,, was an I held thfs afternoon in the domestic nounced at.a prettily appointed party! science room of the high school. The 'given Saturday . afternoon at the home next meeting will be held Monday af- of Miss Gates. A color scheme of pink ' ternoon February 18, at the home, of and white was charmingly carried out. ' Dr. Katherine wakefteld in East Miss 'Gates has taught 'in the- Fayette! Crawford avenue, Miss:.I-ena Katz is cotfnty schools for" the past few years' ; leader. * . " ·· - . : · and is weU and favorably known. The .·engagement wilPierminate in a wed- j;ding of the near-future.. Miss-Agnes Nemon .of Dunbar was among the out- of-toirn .wests,; ., A meeting of the T. C. .T. Fancy- j work-club was held Va'st 1 'evening at theVbpme of -Miss Elizabeth 'Patterson ·in.'W'jist Morton avenue. Mrs: Ronald ... ::.; -Brewer'of Dubois, Pa., was an out of The regular meeting of the Wo-1 town member present, man's Benefit association of the Jfacca- [. , -bees '.will be-heia.tonisht an Maccabee j: :.. T he C:. W. B. M. of the Christian ball. AH meaiDers are urged to at-i^nurch will meet Thursday at 2.30 tend. ' . . ; . . (o'clock at the church. Mrs. G. W: -- | Buckner will be leader. ^^^ The Luther League, of the Trinity 1 -- Lutheran church will meet Friday I The young ladies' and young men's City league Teams tVUl Clash TVItt" Girls Preliminarj- Game. Two good basketball games will he played at the -Maccabee Hall by city league teams tonight when tbe Elite and Elks clash in the main game and the South ConnellsvUle girls and Lady Maccabees lineup in the preliminary contest The Elks have lost but one game this season and are holding first place, while the Elite team is composed of three -high school coaches and several other fast men. .Much interest, in tbe game between the-South Connellsviile girls and the Lady. Maccabees has been stirred up and both teams have been in practise for the game. . night at the home of Miss Lucy Bitt- : ner in South Arch street. All mem- :. bers are invited. A meeting of the Christian . Johnston Home Missionary SocietyoC ' the Methodi?t Protestant church will be held tomorow evening at the close of the regular prayer services. The classes of the United Brethren Sunday school will meet this evening at the home of H. W. Bridegum in Washins- I ton avenue. PERSONALS! . Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Buckrier, Rev. J. L. Proudfit. J. L. Kurtz-and daughter. Miss -Elizabeth Kurtz, and Mrs. , . Notice. . To the Patrons of the Railroads: Much of the freight congestion-in this district is tlue-to failure of some consignees to take their freight away from freight stations and team tracks promptly. The Operating Committee, j acting under the authority ot the Director General of! Railroads, hereby calls upon shippers and consignees to load, unload ana remove their freight with .the greatest possible dispatch, to tbe end that the roads may better perform all their functions of transportation. R. E. McCarty, chairman.--Adv.--31-61. monthly meeting of the Christian En- j John L. Cans and daughter. Miss Mary deavor society w^ltl he held Saturday } L. Gans. were among Connellsvillians evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. [who attended the lecture of Rev. J. G. FranHberry in Cottage. avenue. . The Knights of Colttrobus will give . a dance tonight in--the K. of C. club .rooiB£..iii the Title and Trust Newell Dwight Hillis in the-Central Christian church at Uniontown last night. · Prof. Becker, the world's renowned chef, will givo free lectures on the building. : The. hours are from 8 to 12 art ot economical cooking each after- o'clock. - { noon this week at Anderson-Loucks , yThe marriage 'of Miss- "Margaret' - Grasinger ot Dawson' and Thomas' A. store. This is a chance, of a lifetime for ConnelfsviHe ladles to learn the art from a .man of 62 years' exper- Mclntyre of Leisenring Ho, 1 will take ! ience. Don't miss "it. -See , Add on place Monday -morn-ine in the Sacred j Page 6.--Adv.--5-11, Heart Catholic .church at Dawsoa. Rev. Father E. A. Glennon will officiate. The bridegroom is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John,: Mclntyre of Leisenrins. ····; ; *.. . . On account of the condition of the church .heater, no. pwblte luncheon will be served Thursday at -Church -Day to r? observed by tie Woman's Home a«id Foreign "Missionary societies and the Ladies' Aid society erf the First Methodist Episcopal church.- The meetings of the three societies will be ·Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Miterko and son, Robert of Uniontown, have returned home after a visit with Mrs. Miterkp's mother, Mrs. A. Mulac of Eighth street, West Side. The best place to shop alter all. Brpwnell Shoe Co.--Adv. Joseph Rendine of Canonsburg, returned home after a visi*with his mother, -Mrs. Josephine Rendine, ot Carnegie avenue. · Down« shoe store will conduct two sales on women's shoes this week. One will be 56.00, ?6.50 and ?7.00 nov- held ia the church annex and luncheon j elty boots at $435. The other will be will be- served the members only.' i $4.00 and $4.50 shoes, all kinds, most! ly patents, lace and buttons, at J2.85. JANUARY SMALL JOSEPH THOKPE. V Joseph Thorpe, 60 years old, died ol pneumonia yesterday morning at his liome-of his daughter, Mrs. Samuel Lower?'at Dunbar. He was, taken ill la'al Wednesday. '.Mr. Thorpe had been about Durabar for about 15 years and of late had been employed at the plant of th'e American Manganese Manufacturing company. liis wife died sixi; years ago. Ide leaves the following j children: Mrs. Clara Hamilton, Ohio- I lyle; Mrs. Lovina* Lowery, Jones SHU; Charles Thorpe, South Connells- vilie; Mrs. Albert Knotter, Confluence; Mrs: Samuel Lowery, Dunbar; Miss Viola Thorpe, Pittsburg, and Miss Grace Thorpe ai home. The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 o'clock from the home with th.e Rev. D. E. Miherd officiating. Interment will be in Franklin cemetery. " MARGARET ELLEN -WELLING. Largely attended was the funeral of Margaret EUen Welling, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs..Edward Welling held yesterday afternoon a t ' 2 o'clock from the. family residcmce in Murphy avenue. Rev. G. L. C. Richardson pastor of the First Methodist Episco{pal church, assisted by Rev. Tannehill of Scottdale, a relative of the family, officiated. There were a number of pretty floral tributes. John Boyd, George Rose, Andrew Welling and Ralph -UcCormick were pallbearers. .In'terment in Hiil Grove cemetery. SAMUEL K. JOHNSON. Samuel K. Johnson, 79 years old, a veteran of the Civil War, died yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at his home at Mill Eun. Deceased had resided in Springfield township for many years, and was widely and favorably known. He is a widower and is survived by the following children: Andrew of Mill Run; Henry of Ohio; Mrs. Sadie Nicholson, wife of E. A. Nicholson of Connellsville; Jesse of Mill Run; Joseph and Charles of Morgantown. Notice of funeral later. MRS. KATHARYNE COPE. The time for the funeral ot Mrs. Katharyne Cope lias been changed from tomorrow morning to Thursday I morning. The funeral will take place ' from tiie house at 6.30 o'clock and from St. Aloysius Catholic church at 9 o'clock. .MRS. ELIZABETH MILLER, I Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, aged 79 years, died" on Saturday night at the borne Sunday evening at the Weimer home j Scottdalc. Funeral services were held Sunday evening at the Welmer home and were in charge of Rev. Mr. Ludwig, pastor of the.Dunkard church, near Mount Pleasant and Uicrment was irtde in the Mount Olive cemetery near Champion yesterday. Department Turns Over Only] $552 to Treasury. : January was a month of little business in'. the mayor's department. A total of ?552.75 was turned into the city treasury,. $302.75 of which was collected as lines from prisoners given hearings before Mayor John Duggan. During the month 152 arrests were made of which only 57 persons paid fines. The mayor discharged 41 and committed 61 to the cells. A record was made in committing prisoners to the streets, only three men getting labor sentences. Constables had 18 prisoners lockeM up during the month. In addition to' the J300 collected in fines, ?243.50 was collected in license tax and 56 received from licenses. Money received for detaining constables' prisoners amounted to 50c. The "total was $552.75. " . Miss Nelle Sweeney was hostess at '.'·' a charmingly appointed.dinner Satur-. ... day evening it her hoine in Eighth" ".". street,.Greenwood .in honor . of Miss -~- Sarah Williams of Unibn'tdwri,' -the ;'; house guest of Miss Sarah Secse. The ; -- table was centered with.- piiik -roses. Ail women shoes.--adv. 4-4t. .' Miss Delia Hoop, of Greenwood, went to Uniontown today to visit relatives for a few days.... C. M. MiHer of the'.West Side, has returned home Ironi Uniontown'where he was the guest of .Bis son-in-law Covers .were laid for Miss Williams and daughter, Mr. arid - .Mrs. ,-Clyde and Allison Bierer of Uniontown; Bream. Snes for Balance. Attorney'S. R. Goldsmith, acting for the Indian River Farms company, a Florida corporation, filed a statement of claim against Dr. William W. Warne, of Dunbar, for S210, btiing the I amount claimed by plaintff in ac^ord- j ancc with a contract dated February 28 1917, by which defendant contrac'.- tcd for^tbe purchase of 22.75 acres of land in- St. Lucie 'county, Fla,, on which he has paid 5400.07, and oh which there has been due and payable since June.16, -payment of ?30 monthly. Patronize those who advertise. ::V Now Is to think of Try Ibis excellent beverage. Note its economy in sugar, time and fbel* m Its delicious taste Is much like the better coffees but it is pure and drug free; ® A SAFE DRINK A PERRY TOWNSHIP PUPILS BUY $908 WAR SAVING STAMPS Jackson School is First on IIo»or Boll With \te; Pfn-yopolis Grade is SecuncJ. In the two weeks ending January 31, the. pupils of the schools ot Perry township came to the -aid oC Uncle Sam in financing the war by deposit- ing-$90S in the. township school War Fund stamp ruad. The figures do not represent th'e complete deposits, "W. L. Risbeck, secretary of the school board, who made np the report, had not heard from.two ot the 38 schools. The report shows 460 children-enrolled in the movement The.Jack- son school,,Miss Maude Kussell, teaoh- eo,was in the lead -with ?1« to its- credit. Room No. 3 at Perryopolis, Miss Pearl Ritenour, teacher, was second with ?109. The others ranged from ?50 down to J1.50. \ The system was adopted in the schopls along : regular business lines through the efforts of H. H. Slocum, assistant cashier, and Bente S. Luce, bookkeeper of the First National Bank of Perryopolis. From the first the children took an interest. The report for some schools covers only/one week, for others two weeks. Tne system has a two fold purpose-the raising of funds for th£ government and the teaching of patriotism and thrift to the children. Eacli Friday is banking nay. The teachers are the bankers. Reports of the savings of all schools are prepared periodically by Mr. Hisbeck and sent lo the schools. Thus competition is aroused, each knowing what the other is .doing. SELLING 50-50 PLAN Consumers Required to Buy Other Cereals With Flour. The ConnellsvilJe grocers have started the 50-50 plan in selling flour and' cereals. "When .a person buys a pound of flour he must buy a pound of other cereals with it The plan followed by the grocers last week was one pound of cereals to every six pounds of flour.. GAME' IS POSTPONED. Elegance and style find delightful expression in our Women's Coats and Suits. Marvelous and impressive is the creative genius of the French designers. Every year they send us strikingly new and original styles that seem to be the very acme of perfection, and to leave no room for improvement. ·Yet this season their work is immeasurably ahead of last year. While they are constantly evolving something that is distinctively new and different from what you have seen before, they never loose the sight of that exquisite harmony and beauty that appeals most strongly even to the casual observer. The new Spring styles we will show tomorrow are marvels of beauty, yet comfort and durability are present in their most pleasing form. Remember, too, The E. Dunn Coats and Suits are exclusive in style, no two alike, thus avoiding thai: mediocre monotony which is so distasteful to lovers of the artistic in dress. The HOME, of QUALITY and SERVICE 129 to 133 N PlTTSBURS St.] CONNELUSVILL.!. PA. WHEATLSSS BREAD Carnegie Library Offiers Bccipc That | Will Solve Tomorrow's Problem. The Carnegie Free Library has on file an kindj ot recipes which- will help j ?ou save vrbeat, sugar and meat; These recipes are by government ex- perls and are recommended by the Nai tionai Food Administration. Hair that loses it color and lustre, j Wednesday is a wheatless day. Here or vr-hen it fades, turns gray, dull and j is a recipe that will solve bread prob- FEW FOLKS HAVE GRAYMIR NOW Druggist Says I/alies are Using Kecipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Step Lively! G@rns Quii with "Gets-lt The Great Corn-Loosener of t Sever Fails. Painlew. Age. "Watch my step? "What's the ui I RO along "right slda up witho care," even wjth corns, because I n ·*Gets-It", the painless. ofl-Uko-a-b nana--ptfel corn remover. I trt oilier w*iys galore, until I ·was bl lifeless, is caused by a lack of sulphur in the hair. Our grandmother, mad-e up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to keep her locks dark and beautiful, and thousands of women and men who value that even color, that beautiful dork shade which te so attractive, use only this old-time recipe. lems tomorrow: , NOTA1GREY HAIR-SHE LOOKS KE A WOMAN DF THIRTY* Soft Corn Bread (Serve 6) 2/3 cup rice 2 or 3 egg:* 2 tnblcspoons of butter 1 teaspoon of salt Mix the meal, rice aud salt with the milk in a double boiler and cook until j the rice is nearly soft. Add the butter! and eggs well beaten and put the mixture in a greased granite baking pan. Bake for aui hour in a moderate oven and serve in thp pan in which it is baked. Ask at the library for recipes and watch the buJletiu board for new ideas. CONNELimiE HOUSEWIFE W e get tWs famous mis- CHANGE!) FROM GLOOM TO CHEER tnre improved by .the addition of "My stomach suffering T,*as so other ingredients by asking at any i severe thai 1 could not have lasted drug store for a bottle of ''Wyeth's i much longer. I dJd not care so much Sago and Sulphur Compound," which j for inj-saU but did not want to leave durkens the hair so naturally, so even- my tUree little children who needed ly, that aofody can possibly tell it has been applied. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through, your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; but what de- a mother's Jove and care. A cousin in California wrote mo about Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and I took a course of it. J have since beea endi*e- ly well." It is a simple,-harmless prep- j aration that removes the catarrhal In tbe face and red in tho loos. I more for me. Use "Gets-It," never fails. Touch any"corn or ca lus with, two drops of "G^ta-It and "Gets-It" docs the rest. It's relief to bo able to stop cuttle corns, making- them bleed, wrappln thorn up like _padcages and usir sticky tape »na s^ves. It remov* any corn clear and clean, leavln the toe as smooth as your palm. Tc can wear thoso' new ehoes withot pafn, cTance and be frisky on yoi feet. It's j-reat to uso "Gets-It." '^Gets-Tt" Is sold at all druses' Cyou need pay no more than 25 cent a boille). or sent on rccoipt of prlc by E. Ijawrence Co.. Chicago. U Sold in Conncllsville and rccomm* ed as the worH'K best corn remedy l,auglirfy Drug: Co., A. A. Clarke. lights the ladies with "Wyeth's Sage I mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose win convince or money refunucd.--adv. and Sulpttur Compound is that, besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications, it also brings back the gkss and lustre and gives it an appearance of abundance. "Wyoth'e Sago and Sulphur Compound is a delightful toilet re-quisite to impart color and a y-outhful appearance to tbo hair. It is not intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease.--ak". H03EES RAIDED. Armory Occupied By Drafted S Preparatory to Leaving for Camp, j On account ot the drafted men. leaving for camp on February 12 it lias ! been necessary to postpone the cham- ! pionship, game botween tbe Scottda-ie girls aEd the Co'nnells-ville Indepen-, dents, which was to have been played i on the Mt. Pleasant armory n"oor on Monday. Tbe game will probably be played in aibout two weeks, although no new date has been definitely set. TO CEMAX HigJi School Basketball Team Signs Up for Two tones; One Here. Tiwo more games n ^- ve Deen added to the higJi school schedule/ Georaau township signing up today for a game to be played ou the nome floor on F-cV ruary 15 and a return contest to be plaved here on -March 9." Next Saturday the Oreensburg High j win te a.baker. school will play the locals OR the floor here. Scottdale comes here on the.22nd. U. S. Ageutjj Start Crusade Against Food Hoarding. I f3y AMSdCiRJod Press. ) PITTS-BURG, Pa., Feb. 5.--United ! States secret service agents, under tbe j order of W. D. George, food atlasJni.s- ! traior Cor Allegheny county, raided j four private residences yesterday and'i" seized 4,000 pounds of flour and -vC* J pounds of sugar- The owners were j called before District Attorney E. Lowry Ham«s and reprimanded. A31 promised to turn tbe fojil s'.uffs to the food administrator except one Benefit Ball. A benefit ball, will be held Monday j night, February 11, in Coohran banquet hall at Dawson. The hours are from 8 to 12 o'clock. Kiferle's orchestra will play. ' "o Police ConrL -For the second time this week.there- have been no police court hearings | No arrests were.made either Sunday ·(night-or last night. Bridegroom Pies, Frank Kordulski, aged 29 years, one of the best known foreign men of Everson, who was very recently married, died at his home here on Saturday of erysipelas, Funeral services were held r ^ .J^^H^V a^cl interment was made in £t. Joseph's cemetery. ti License. Noi Ferraratti of Dawson and Adele Babeau of Smiihton were granted a license to wed in. G-reensburg. Si,raininc to read Is positlvly Injurious to yonr eyea. If you strain to ^(^ai you need fflassca. IX you come IUTC for th«m the riK'nt ones win bo fitted. -A. L Tucker, Gpfc. D., [Sfes Classified AtHerfiHemeats results. · Coat only Ic a- word. PRO UP Spasmodic croup is usually relieved with application of--· COAL Good Coil. , I*r««pt Scrrfee. Call Hell Fhwx: 152 or 401. 't tn.

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