The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 6, 1918 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 6, 1918
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PAGE TWO TttJffi DAH.X COURIER CONNELLSVTLLE, FA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 118. At the regular meeting of the "\Vo-j of Fonr Generations, airs W. L. man s Guild of the TMnitj Episcopal | "ft right Educational History," Miss church held last night at the home of ( Clara Pntchard Mrs. C W Erbeck Mrs T J Smith in Vmth street, nas leader Mrs W F Clark report- Greenwood, plans were completed for a Valentine part} to be held tomorrow night in Odd Follows temple. South Pittsburg street The following musical program, under the direction ed that an ambulance blanket had been completed and about 40 knitted squares for another one had been turned in, the club wishes to thank, all persons not members, who contri- CHIEF RODERICK QID NOT GET PARLOR CAR AT DARR MINE DISASTER of Mrs C B Stout will be rendered I buted squares towards the blanket. Overture Jufcrle's orchestra, tenor] Mrs "W O Scboono^er read a pro- and contralto solo, "Sweet Miss Mary TVeidhn^er Mrs C. H. "Weisgerber and Prof fe ^ Woodhead recitation J M Cecil tenor solo,-"Call Me Back Denza Prof Ear! JBaviland, soprano solo "Carmena," TOlsoa Mrs Hazel Mve-s baritone «olo selected Re^ 7 Vandoille Barker ot Uniontown, gram to be presented at a series ot educational meetings on food and cio'tnag The first of the series was held this afternqon in the domestic ·science room of the high school The next meeting will be heid Monday afternoon Februarr 18 at the home of Dr Kathenne 'Wakeneld in East overture, Kif eric s orchestra rollow-1 Cran to-d avenue, Miss Lena Katz is ing the program old lashioned games - will be playeo, A feature amusement on the first floor will be the Edison Re-creation, in charge of L W Brown War bread will be used for making tie sandwiches Despite the inclement weather tho meeting was well attended ind was one of unuiual interest. A dainty luncheon *as served by the - hosteoS Mrs Georgn Blair was a juest of tee soc ety The next meet-;; Ing mill Be held 'Wetlrcsday evening - ; _ February 20 at the home of Mrs W _ ; R Smith in Eighth street, Greenwood The eaaggement of Miss Nelle M Gate:, o£ 1'airchance and Guy M Clirke " of Uniontown and Pittsburg , was an nounced at a prettilv appointed partv given. Saturday afterroon at the home of Miss Gates A color scheme of pink *nd white was charmingly carried ont '_ Miss Gates has tauglit in the Payette county schools for the past few jears ind is well and favorably known The 'ngagcrnent will terminate In a wedding, of the neai future Miss Agnes Vernon of Dunbar was among the out- f-town guests .The regular meeting of the \Vo- natfs Benefit association o£ the Macca- bees will be held tonight in JIaccaSee ialL. "Alt members are urged to 'attend ~ leader A meeting of the T C T Fancywork club was held last evening it the home of Miss Elizabeth Patterson in ^est Morton aveoue Mrs Ronald Brewer ot Dubols Pa. w»s an out of town membe r present- . The C W B M of the Christian church wfll meet Thursday at 230 o clock, at the church Mrs G W Buckne'r will be leader The voting ladies and young men's classes of the United Brethren Sunday school will meet this evening at the home of H TV Bndegnm in ^ ashing- ton avenue G«»enU Manager $cUe*derberg Ye- toed Km Request for Special Accommodations lor CWcfR Inspectors. The death ot Chief James E Bode- riek, oC the Department of Mmes, recalls an incident ot the D'vrr miric ex- j plosion which occurred in December i 1907. l All of the mine Inspectors oi the bitaminous region had been assembled at tho scene of the disaster and Chief Hodectak himself was present Scores ! of mine foramen and other mine of- f almost the whole operating staff of the Pittsbuig Coai company Look part | in the work of rohef For lack of j better accommodations tie boiler j liuuae it tho mines and other build- , in-gs vvcre used as sleeping quarters the bare floor m most instances all , that could be provided as a bed dur ^ ing tho first day or two , Cu icf Roderick protested very strongly to G "W Schleuderberg general manager of the Pittsburg Coal over the temporary discomforts his staff o inspectors were obliged to undergo and urged that a parlor car be provided for their accommodation Mr Schleaderberg, who was bim- lt us-mg a flat top desk m the mine POSTOFFICE CtOSETt BECAUSE Or SO 3IE4T? HBST TIME US COUSIT When residents of Masontown I called al the postoffice todav they found the following notice on the door of the office Closed on account of no heat The messige was signed by Acting Posfcm'st r ess Miss Iva Martin On account of the shortage of ga«5 the office was cold and Miss Martin refused to stay in i This is the first time that 1 postoffice in Fayette county n-as closed on accoun*. of no heat AMERICAN TROOPS ON FRENCH FRONT DISPLAY VALOR DVIl. UC-IUJ, A U»l LUJJ Waa, iu Uli* auiuii · - « . ft 1 rtTI. i office as a bed. had little piuenc* with I Conrngc Of Men Equals That Rev PEBSON 4LS and Mrs G "\\ Buctnei Rev J L Proudiit J L Kurtz and daughter Mis- Elizabeth Kurt? and Mrs John L Gans and daughter Miss Mary L Gan were among ConnellsMllians who attended the lecture of Rev Newell Dwigbt HJlii in the Central Christian church at Uniontown last night, Mr and Mrs M A. Miterko and son Robert of Uniontown, have returned nome after a. visit with Mrs Miterko s mother Mrs A Mulac of Eighth I street V/est Side. The best place to shop after all The Lather League of the Tnmty Brownel! Shoe Co--Adi Lutheran chnrch wi,l meet Fnda . j o5ep h Rendine of Canonsburg, night at the home-o! Miss Lucj ' returned home after a -visit with his irer urSouth Arch street Dels are Invited. All mem mother Mrs Josephine Rendine Carnegie avenue of Downs shoe store will conduct two A meeting of the Christian 1 3ales on wornen . s shoes this we efc Johnston Home Missionary Society of j Ori e ml! b e $6 00 $6 50 and $7 00 nov- the Methodist Protestant church «ill elt) boots at 54 95 l h e other Wlll be be held tomorow evening at the close $ 4 00 and ?4 50 shoeS( aU 3dndg most . ly patents, lace and buttons at ?2 95 111 women shoes ·--aH -t-Jt. iliss Delia Hoop of Greenwoodr went to inuontowTi today to visit relatives lor a fen oa^s C M Miller of the "West Side, has _ _ services T h e month]/ meeting t/t uc. vjmISU*^-TSU*. dearor »r etj wl'l be held Saturday erening ,,[ the home of Mr and Mrs J. G. PranBberry in Collage avenue Chief Rodericks fussmess and said him in his nsual blunt and direc* manner "We have over a hundred mine superintendents and foremen who are doing just as good work as any of your inspectors and they arc not kicking about having to sleep on the soft side of a plank or^n the boiler house floor If you want featherbeds and eider down comforts for your inspectors I don t know o^ any quicker way of getting than for vou to go to Pittsburg and buy them After that response Chief Roderick did not press bis request for a pa-lor cai for tho use o c his inspectors of Most Seasoned of French Armj. WOUNDED RUSH TO FRONT One WTio Is Tamed Prom Tield to Dressing Station Insists on .Rejoining flu Comrades on the Battle line; H»*e First Gas Experience. DRIFTING SNOW AND SEVERE COLD HALT TRAFFIC ON B.O. Ej A-isoci-itcil Pr^ss THE AMERICAN AR\n L\ PRANCL Feb D --Fuller reports from the tir^t line show that great courage was exhibited by tbp troops daring the heavy German bombardment of Saturdav A number ot men who were slight!* wounded by shell splinters were treat I ed in the lines with their flrst aid packets and insisted on remaining at -- their posts untl the fight vtas finished Cuts on 1/ine to Cumberland Filled j One man wno was carried to a field Again Just Vfttr Hating Been I dressing station returned to his com- Cleared. j rat jes in the hue after his wounds bad The cold wave which settled j been attended to and remained ffti dutv throughout this section of the country i until tho firing ceased and the danger last night was accompanied by s heavy I was over Many of the Americans have had their first experiences with gas in the movement of freight over the Balti- 1 last few davs Js the Germans have more . Ohio railroad to a standstill been sending over a considerable num The gale filled up all the cuts again ' her of gas shells None came over with the snow that had just been this afternoon bit an alarm was giren shoveled out of them The chief of staff of one division and It was impossible to place any coal another staff officer who were motor or coffe cars last night and none could inK to the v i l l i g e j b a c k of the line gale between here and Cumberland that has practically brought the Q 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 the^ send us strikingly ne-w and original styles th it seem to be the very acme of perfection, and to lea%e no room for improvement Yet this season their wort is im measurably ahead of last year While thev 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 stronglv even to the casual observer. The new Spring styles we will sho\% tomorrow are marvels of beauty, yet comfort and durability are piesent in their most pleasing form Remember too The E Dunn Coats and Suits are exclusive in stvle no two alike thus avoiding that mediocre monotony which is so distasteful to lovers of the artistic in dress club rooms in the Title and Trust bmldms o'ckxi he \ras the guest of his son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs CljxJe The hours are from 8 to 121 Brehm One lot of winter hats including untnmmed shapes Sale price from The marriage of Mis» Margaret ! 50 cents to $2 00 formerly priced ? 00 Grasmger oi Dawson and Thomas A |to $600 Among these jou ivill find Mclntyr* of Leisenrmg No 1 mil take man} desirable things place ifonday morning 1n the Sacred Apple St -- Ad\ -- 4 'u Heart Cathol c church at Da\vson funeral Director J be token to the mmes tpday Every , mine in the Somerset region is suspended with no sign of any relief Three snow plows are at work or the railroad near Sand Patch but are not able to do much Jce frozen in the cuts as a rebult of the thaw Sunday night has combined with the drifted snow to hold up traffic It is Impossible for^a heavy tnm to pull up the gride oetween Cumberland and Sand Patch Onh aix or | seven loaded cars can bs mo-\ed at a H Sims vras } time. Somp slight accident as McFarlands -Revv^Kather E A. OWennon will offlci- j called (o ML!! Sun (ooay bythe death railments of cars are reported ate The."brldegrooni is a son of ifae of Samuel K Johnson l Reports from Sand Patch give 14 do- late. Mr "and LeTsenrmi John Mclntyre of r ood TWO OUNCERAHON \dnunrstraUon Itestrlcts Bread ' Serricc lu Restaurants. By AbfiocliLcd WASHINGTON Teb 5--A two ounce bread ration was ordered by the, L heater, no pjibiic luncheon will Miss Helen Haines of the West Side § division food administration today foi patrons, be served Thursday at Church Dav to w as the guest of Mr and Mrs Red-| The weather conditions b m g up |of hotels, resiaurants and dining cars I be obs^ned b Ute \Vomans Home tdmg Bunting of Pittsburg, over Sun-| t n e railroads al the present time are This allowance ii about that now On account of the condition oE the Valentine--T*or the boys m carap.jsree 4 * below zero as the temperature joung folks at home and the little there dnnng the night At Somerset ones complete assortment at E G | the mercarr dropped to 12 below The Hall's--\dt -- 6-31 samp figures prevail over the entirr came upon sevcralcompanles all the men in ma*;ks The officers nurnedly put on their own masks and rode on towards the front lines At the next virago the men were weiring masks Tho officers kept theirs on until ther saw through a sliell ho e in thn side of a brick build ing 20 infantrymen with no masks on rolling as If nothing had happened I!--, TKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE lZ9to!33 N PlTTSBUPG St. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. and Foreign Missiocarj societies and day tae Laihes 4id societ} of the First Women should attend Downs shoe this winter Methotfedt "Episcopal church The'stores £ sales this week on women s meetings of the thret. societies will be ', shoes onlj one a* $495 the other held in the-church anner and luncheon ! ?2 95--ad 4-4t l will be-served the members only j Urs Ronald Brewer,of Dnbois, Pa. i the worst that have been experienced NAMED COUNTY DIRECTOR ilJ^ JVUJldlLl. JJIC»» Cl. . UL JL/UWWIO, J. tl, the gxiest o£ her parents Mr and HOME CONSUMERS FIRST -- r" Miss Nelle Sweene} was hostess at Mrs C T Giles a cnarmin-gly appointed dinner 'Jatur- Tr our classified day- evening at he" home n Ligath street^Gr«nwood TM honor of Mtss Sa.r3b; \trtt ams of L montown the Lonsc,gTiest of 5L«s Sarah See s c Tbe taWB"-ieas centered w i t h p nn. rose:, Cateig were laid 'cr Miss Williams aridTAIlison Bic~e- oT r nioatov,-n Mlss-Sarah. See=( Franl^ Sweenej J?irei Mupson and uc bostes 1 - advertisements Georjre S. Connell to t*o! Ji iter Employing Shipbuilders. George S Connell secretary o' the countv public safetj committ^p has i been appointed countv director of tae obsen ed in Ehgland Tclegraiui were sent ont todav to j the food administration s hotel repre- sentati\es m e^e^y «tate designating the new rations No more than two ounces of wlieat, bread may be served at an one meil except that when bread or rolh made from com oat meal or braa ire sen ed Rolls maj not iveigh mo"e than one ounce Pub lie eating places, are now licensed under the new bread regulations and ENGAGED TO GIRL JUST LIKE MOTHER, I 'LOST BOY WRITES i Sixteen.vpar-iild SmJthficld lontli, in \rrnv in Jneland Rwuh to Tight J ike the Devil.'' Three years ago Charles Coun son of M.I and i£is J "\\ Conn of near ·JfttUhfield, then a lad of 13 ear's disappeared fiom home For along time his pareniU gave him up for deal \ot long ago a letter came sajlng he was m Ontario C-uiada. Ttus ·week Iht Tamil} received anotner message from a Canadian arm camp near London Eav ng Charles had enlisted w i t h the Canadian forces and was DON a lujl Seaged soldier in that camp I m engaged to a girl jiia like mother he wrote home Telling of his cnlusLment in the ir 37 Charli ^ sa d be was -eadv to fight 'lit the Devi! The boj "was a movie fail and through seeing the stones m r be screen he developed a huikermg fo- the life of a co^rbor, a soldier or a sailor The United States Public Service Roe-vc I The chief, object just now is the en- j ^ c bread ration rule is issued under Tfust Be SnppJirri 1iUi ^L'oaJ rolrrieat of men for the strpbiiflding thls """lonty Holel rep-esentatives AJicad of inilsstncs. -" .service The sen-ice is \oluntary I h ^° ^en instructed to see that im- The cold weather has created a ' and the wages are high Men *· ishtng ' mediate obsenince is given in hotels heaMei demand for custo-n coal and I to engage in it should see Mr 'the fuel administration of this district) nel' ^ -- is calling the attention of the coal. · Inritatioos ha\e bc»n issued for the opc-a.or= tliat law reciuires th-'n ro C O L U T 71COBJS annual pafiohc promenade of Pavette ' take care of certain customers before ' . Lod5c~Np-4T2 P A of Machinists t o f o t h e i delneiies can be made bejield-^fond'u eveliing Pebruarv 11 ' The preferred deliveries in this sec- at tte armor. Th hours are from I tion apply to domestic consumers, hos- Con S Sfrto I o'clock orchestra pttals and chantable mbtrtutions ""The granfl march will take ! Operators urith orders from such customers pn their bool-s must make deliveries to them before coal can b'e sold place afS o'clock "he committee is. tomers pn their bool-s must make de- % composetC,o' H 1 Tippman" A ' \aughu J F Friel A ~ I 4i;eBt« bUrt Crui*d- Atramst J ood Hoirdmg. ~ ^ZT _-- -J- - _ __- i - HOMES KAIDKD. An--tnt9festing~program on -Con^* _ - ncHavillfr Day-was~earned ouT»t the I f. S- semi-avonthly meeting oi the \Vomaa b -eulture-trlab-heldTesterdaj-afiernoon ' u^ AUOCUI a Krcs-, at t£O2!Pe»ot«or Char|«_Stouffcir,' 'PITTSBLRG Pa Feb 5--United .:in South Pittsburs street Papers Statc» seciet service agents under the ·were read as follows Coat "and order of W D George food admims- Coke Mrs W F C'ark, "Mtrchants tram, for Allegheny count} raided -= ^-T7^r^==--=--r--' ^-r--j'our private residences vesterdav and .seized 1000 pounds of flour and JUO pounds of sugar The ovners were tilled before District \ttome E LDVTTV Hmnes and rcpnm mdeu Vll promised to turn the f t j d « uns "·Q Lhe food: administrator excep^ one v r ~ a baker ,, . . , »N; Business or School wiiq =have- thin or in- · sufficient Slodd or are- phvsically frail will find \ Sorrj Story 11 Told by a ReliaWc (orapliBtion oi Toort Kecords. When the Court Records for the for Monday ·Hid "\Vedno8daj- as wheat- less days Tuesday m a meallesi day S-Uurdiy ai a porklosa ilav and thati there js one 1 wheatlnHfi meal and one ir eat! ess mral every day whole countrv were recently compiled it was shown tliat aboU eighty-two per cent of the men who have died leavp no moae nor Only MUST SUPPORT BABY Broad 1 oril linn in ( unri for IKicrt- ID ;iir«..l)ui Old InfairU Chirged w j h aljandoning and do % of them leave estates ot 51000* Or i ° C h ' S W l f t S lllnor ' 1 ' Alfrrrt ' lcrri °K- tnore A third of the widows of these '° n Bload ' ori1 v " a '""" '""·'·tod men become dependent upon relatives ^ the raycuo "'"'"J '»"*« I" PW " J a wepk towndi the mipport ot or are public charges. Protect your family and yourself by open ng a Saving Account it Tbe Citizens National Bank 338 North Pittsb rg suect. --adv Notice. To the Patrons of the Railroads: Much of th* freight congestion, m this district is to failure of some con- ro W A F GEBX\N scoirs EMULSION Hull School li'iskctbal! Team 'signs lor Two Games; One Uerp. Two moie sanies ha^e been ! , ,, to the hlgai school Mjhedule, German , man --Ad\ -- 31-6t i0.rnship signing up todaj for a game -o be played on the dome floor on J t b rjary 15 and a return contest to be · rich blood-food and strengthen. I'a"ed here on March 9 ingtonic. It IS so helpful for Aj. ^" t Saturday the Qreensbnrg H,gh I , i. . i . i u , JT'i chool iMll pla the locals oj the debcate pis it should be a ^ floor here 3cottdale comes herc m part of their regular diet Jl W he 22nd fcou S. Bo»-ac Blocoic'd I I'-J -44 ' Patronize those -who ai-vertise. signees to take their freight away from freight stations and team tracks ipromptly The Operating Committee ac-tiug under tne authontj of the Director General of Railroads hereby ' callb upon ahippe-s and consignee's J to load unload and leiuove their freight TTith tae greater po«siole dispatch, to the end that the roads ma better perform all thejr functions ot transportation H E McCarty chali- C R O U P Spasmodic croup is usoaihr rekered wrth one applrcabon of-- the clilld $20 toi I m r k o ' t p u i H n ind (o Tilnish bond of J I W Hernngton win, I j n i U K h l l u l u i oiirt by \Vealej Rldinom nt neixi SWIIUBU- town Rldcnour wbct JH an uncl of the late Mrs BerrtnKlnn Unlincd Hiul following her lioaLh lin «-nt lei (h Herrmgton homo anti (ounil ilir i n f \ u ( sick and punj Slnro Hull IK r l u l m i 'hat thr fatlipi had g i t Hi ""ly J for the purclnse of iiippHon foi IIIH child Ridenour 15 71 y o a t u old DISCUSS MEATLESS DAY iiKCturagini; Rcpoit* On (oal Movements Iay Defeat Proposi d Onlt f. ill Aitoci Ltcd Pro** WASHINGTON Feb "i--Mn«iL (Us couraging repoits of movoraent of freight ind coal because ot extreme cold tnreacened to defeat the plan to abandon the Monday industrial closing ordei \s Director General McAdoo and n el Administratoi Garfield went intn ConferenLe to ihscuss abandoning tho heatless ^Ioad1^ reports rnmo I n , g coal movements uvsi of t h r ! "\tississippi cut more than. 1G pi I ceiH {in the last two daj a STOMACH MISERY Ct l t itid of Thai Sourness, Gae» MM! Indigestion When A O U I stomach is out of order or run down ^ o u r Eood doesn t digest It ferments i_ sour sioinach and Corms gus causes sournost, hcarlburn foul bieatb p?un at pit of btonach and many otbei miserub i sj inptoras Mt-o aa stomach tablets isill g i \ e jov[ul relief HI five minutes if taken rcpulailj r or two weeko they w i l l turi j o u r tlab-bj bom t rea out stomat into a swtet tntrgctK, perfect woilv ing one You can t be very strong ind \ k o i - oua If join r ood only half diK^ts Your appetite w i l l go ind nai si L dlb rincij 1 ? bil insness noi\ousn(ss s i c U heidacbc anr] const pinou w i l l Mi o na -stomich tab els ui and cas) 10 ^wallow uiul an Mm ID tOid to banish ud'gu*Uon anil nil o r the above s^inpUitnt or Imok Tor sale b~\ A \ L I u l i c U irilnt, diugglsts -- i^\ f Pure Chewing Gum a Stick a dai keepsj a Grouch away SALARY INCREASE FOR TEACHERS RUNS TO $790 ) ER MOtfTH Jprin Will yem* Vilt!t*a t\|iMit!l- tuu (»t $J,i)»t. t he nu i i^t. ot ?U' i v \uifil Uw Uai tif 1*1 of iho »1 ^ir \ tno uh j\ro \ihfrtiiil r I L I O is no moil. I t m n nil a d \ L i l i » i M LllO~l is to tOUCloimt t i l nil diuggists, l i U u - f v o o profbssion jui 1 but thcj do nol lur.1 n i i d i u n c HU l i i i l m Vigotablo ton DI«MI l lt« merit Ii lliu Wi I yourb it linn h«i i\ America f u in H\f male u l l n i i »!· i p o p u l u t H \ HIM i't Nothing Like it for Rundcv and Nervous People Von Orm Texas--"I suffe from a general run-down conditio anaemia, losis, of appetite and cou so I \\as unfit lor my work I ti different medicines without help through ny druggist Jcarned of Vu 1 took it. my appetite increased L ough disappeared I gamed m wei a.ud I am now well and strong, s t^u conictentiousl/ endorse VinoL Viola Salada R. N Van Ormy T We guornntcc Vmol to build run do\\n anacr'ic folks or ret \our n oney We take all the r rM Drug (o F H Harm nik Uuinollsi U Daxid C La. lu U*m ^ud ai the best drug slon t o w n ind cil^ m the countr BELL-ANS ium M , 11!,,..,., ,»,i, ,,, ,,,,,,,, Absolutely Removt I n' "u i\toli,!oV!\, u t\\V\ '"'""" Indigeslion. Druggis ivu^vi" ufflnuuj 0 ' '" '" H '"', refund money if it fails. Z

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