The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 27, 1918 · Page 2
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February 27, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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\ \ FACE TWO 1T5BRUAKY 27/133S. Arrangements hive been perfected IPKETTI \FTEKSOOSJBBESS fflr^a concert tn~lhe Methodist Epis-f 3CAJE OF FLOH1BE1) rOCIAEB. copal eflurcjt"tuesaa'y evening' March spby tfie orchestraTof the Sunday school.- "There are-"~24 lueces Tn- the 0' : ganiSi{ion~whien will be" directed by J Frank Hardy of Scottdale There will be number of_soloistB among them- J W Hamilton of Baltimore, flute The affair is for the benefit of the lot fund The regular meeting t f the Ladies Circle No 100 to the Giand Army of the JRepubllc Tnll be held tomorrow afternoon in Odd Fellows hall The Youthful Helpers class of the South ConnellsviHe Evangelical Sunday school met last evening" at the home of Miss Jennie Landefeld in South Connellsvllle About 33 persona were present and spent a very enjoyable evening A abort business meeting was held followed by a social session and refreshments I Mrs James Conniff entertained the! Corticelli Fancy work club last ev-i cnlng at her home In Eighth street, Greenwood. Ten members were pres j ent and spent the evening at" knitting for the -soldiers and sailors \ dainty luncheon was served^ ·tfiss Helen I Hnmpbrej of Pittsburg- and Rev Edwin T Brush of Sat- tillo were quietly married yesterday aftcrnoon-at- 5 o'clock in the home of the bride * Only the immediate members ot the two families were included in the guest l.st. The bride has a wide circle of riends in Con- nellsvUle Up until a few weeks ago she taught English and Ztin in the local high school Rev Brush is pastor to a Baptist churca at SattiUo The regular meeting of the Woman s Culturecclub will be held Monday afternoon at tie home of Mrs E R, Floto in Eace street. A program, on Science and Mnsic' out will be carried The regular meeting of Edna Rebekah_lodge «ill be he^d tonight In Odd Fellows' hall, A large attendance of members is desired TKe Christian Culturajmltting class of £ne Uaitea Presbyterian chorea night a.t the home of tho teacher JIrs J C Stauffer in South. Pittsburg street. Announcements were received here today of the marriage of Miss Bessie Allen MarUn, daughter of William D Martin of Pittsburg and Edward Emery, traveling pat-senger agent for the Baltimore Ohio railroad, solemnized yesterdaj in Pittsburg itr. Emery is a son of Mrs Isabella Emery of Mount Oliver, Pa formerly of Connellsville and has manj friends here. At one time he was agent at the Baltimore Ohio ticket ofBce here. From ConnellsvUle he was transferred to tie Kttsbnrg office and was later made, traveling passenger agent with, neadquartere in Baltimore. Miss Grace Rankin. derigntftiily entertained the T C T Fancy Work club last evening at t!he home of the Misses Elizabeth and Clara Patterson la "West Morton avenne. Ten m*mfbers and two goests were present Th£ amusements were dancing, music, fortune telling and knitting. Refreshment were served. Miss Katherine Balaley -will entertain tn« club Tuesday eight, Starch, 12, at | her home in Crawford aveirae, "West Side Toe Aspects of the Junior class of Uw" oish school are given a party Thursday evening it the ^Colonial Inn in honor of James Strawn who has recently enlisted in the medical corps A fair sized audience attended Con- nellsvillea first community singing festival held last evening jn the high schooV auditorium under the auspices _of the Tuesday Music club The «mg- -ing "was under-thT direction of Prof ~E. "W. Havilind'and the program was splendid, the audience participating in ; the singing* ~*A "number of "war songs including "Over There 'There's A Long, Long Trail ' and "Keep the Home Fires Burning, were delightful features of the program Miss Newton, of the Dunbir township high school faculty gave a reading which her niece for several months Miss Esther Goodman went to Pittsburg this morning to sec The 13th Chair," at the Alvin theatre Miss Gertrude Opperman and cousin E T Opperman of Butler have^re turned home after a visit vv ill- 'the former's mother Mrs Gertrude Op perman of East Francis avenue Eev W H Conley of South Con nellsvllle returned home today from a busine-ss trip to Pittsburg LEISENRING MAN UNDER ARREST HERE FOR DESERTION Took French leave From tamp Sherman, But "Was on TV ay Back, Tells Officers. Charles Lffnn of IjClsenring No 1 a member of Batter} B 323rd Light Artillery located at Camp Sherman IN MISERY FOB YEARS Mrs. Courtney Tells How She Was Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. O^kaloosa, Iowa.--*' Tor years I was, simply in misery from a weakness andj awful pains--s n dl nothing seemed td do me any good A/ frend advised mo to take Lydia E Pmkham's Vegetable Compound I dfd so and got re lief right away I can certainly re commend this valu abk medicine to other woiien wio suffer, for it has CbiUicothe 0 Ts in the lockup here ' ^TToTme^nT I^know'it^ilf help being ncld as a des'erter He sas he i others ,f ^ ey m \\ g, ve ,i a f m r trial ' ·-' --Mrs LIZZIE Coimmny, 1088th Ave., West, Oskaloosa, town Why will woTien drag along from day to day year m/and year out, suffering such misery as did Mrs Courtney when such letters as this are continually being published. Every woman "who sulte'-s from displacements, irregnlarities inflammation ulceration, backache, ner vousness or who is passing through the Change of Life should give this famous root and horb remcdv Lyflia E Pink ham s Vegetable Compound a trial Tor special advice wnte Lydia E Pinkham Medicine Co Lynn Mass The result of its long experience is at yoar service Afternooji dress ot prettv design developed in rose and white flowered foulard Tucks decorate the otherwise plain skirt The bodice is trimmed with white organdie just took a French I-eave but full} intended to go back and wis at tiie jsta T ion last night waiting for his train wnen he was arrested Constable Mclaughlin mad« the arrest A telegram has been sent to his commanding officer stating that he is trader arrest aere It is expected that an officer will be sen,, hero to take him back to the camp Lynn says he had a furlough on'y a short time ago when returned home at the birth of a babj at has home. (When asked this morning why he had left without permission he said I guess t just got crazj Lynn left camp about two weeks ago He is still wearing his uniform Lynn sa.ys he guesses Constable Me At Jacques Thtirsda-v night Twenty prizes to the lucky ones Special dance as a masquerade Monday night, March 4 Masked or unmasked Kit- ale -- Adv -- 27-2t The following program will be rea dered at the annual concert of the F 0 M class of the Jfethodist Protestant Sundsv school to be held Friday evening at 8 o clock in the church, Overture Bridal nose *Lavalle, Kiferles orchestra. "Vocal sold, The Stainless Soldier Lpon the Wall " Dickinson, Miss Mary JfcConnell Berceuse from Jbcelyn Godard, Kifer- ies orcnestra, Piano ^olo (a) To a "Wild Rose (b) 'Song, doa, Edward MacDo-well Rhodes Monologue Becky Sharp., Miss (c) Rigau- JIlss Jesse '4 Modern Margaret S L/aughlm wno U senrmg got "w3s« near him at Lci- that he had nol been granted a furlough, Gentlemen's Valuables. 9o many men to whom the city mia- sionarv had given money for a nights lodging had expressed a preference for a certain east s)d« lodging house that he wondered what constituted 1U particular attraction It makes ue feel self-reffpectfnfir." the men said when questioned. So Jar as the missionary- could see, it was a typical lodging hooso He appealed to tho manager By what method did he fan the fires of self respect in his guests' The manager pointed to a «lgn ' Gentlemen are requested to leave th«lr valuables with the clerk."--New York Time« Your Child's Skin will be free from chafing scalding eruptions and ali soreness if you use Sykes Conceit Powder For more than 25 yean it has been healing aod prevailing elcm soreness 25c at the Vlnol ind other cirUG stores The Comfort Powdcc Co Boston Mass Baker Cello solo 'Orientale GUI Mr Howard Tavlor Vocal duet ·Sweet Zephrv Mozart, Miss Marian Munson, soprano Miss Mildred Miller contralto Four ^^illute speech John Duggan, Jr Star Spangled Banner,' ·Miss Mildred Snade- Quartet In Silent Mead,' Emerson William F Broolcs first tenor Robert "Werner seconji teior Herbert Pratt, first basso Edward Misoa second basso Organ solo selected Miss Pearl Keck Vocal solo (a) ' II Bacio " Ardiu (b) "H I had a Son for i-ach Star in Old Glory ifiss .Melon Bel! Rush. read- Ing, "1 ve CXit the "Wump= ' Miss Margaret S Baiter, trombone solo selected, Robert B Barfceil, male quartet, Old Kentucky Home Foster-Parkes, Solo obligate Robert L. "Werner PERSONALS Mrs I B Bralller of Scottdale, was shopping m town yesterday Mrs James Coi and daughter, Mrs. "Homer Might of Mount Pleasant, ·» ere guests of Mrs A R Boyer and Mrs J D Percy yesterday Mrs George McGill of Dawson was a ConnellsviHe visitor today The best place to shop after all Brownell Shoe Co--Adv Miss Rose O'Connor and Hiss Mary are visiting In Pittsburg today 3£rs C P Sisley of Pittsburg, returned i home this morning after a visit -with Mr and Mrs L B Collins of South Pittsburg street. Mrs. T G Kincald of Cedar avenue, went o Pittsburg this morning Wanted--A bank account is good to have but a suit made here is a thing of beauty and a Joy forever Dave Cohen, Tailor--Adv Mrs J A. IfcMann of Tarrs was the guest of Ifiss Pearl Thorn of Eigata street Greenwood, yesterday Miss Naomi Hetrick ot Eighth street Greemrood, is visiting relatives at her former home m Armstrong county Downs Rochester i actor? Barns. ROCHESTUR, N \ Pab .7 -- 1 hr that threatened Rochester s ftcton district in the Mill street section lodai was confined to the plant or the Waal en £. Co There were se\eral miracu i Ions escaiLS of envploves and levcnl , were injured The lo-s is estimated at ?]20,000 | At lied ( roi" Coufej-encc. Mrs J rrench Kerr ind Mr* Peie- R Weimer are 1- Washington attend ing % confn ercfc of lied C ro^s depar* ment heads as the representatives of the ConnelKviiie chapter WILLED MONEY TO U.S. btill Grcensburp Shocmikir is Rejected jn DratU RERNSBUfl.G r"al) 2" ---Peter Dorzuk an Austrian shoemaker in Greonsburs i« sorUj disappointed that he was eac back home from Camp Lee because of physical dib abiltt Reali? ng that bis chancei of meeting death in th«, u m v w e r e greatli Increospd Petei made a will before departing 'or Cimp Lee bequeathing any a i d ali yioix-rLies or monej or 'Rhatsooer o£ \ hie he may have or possess a the time of his death to the tinlted Statr= goicrnttent Soldiers Kcspitril. "ft ASHLS r GTO\ f cb 27 --An Jn definite respite has been granted h v e negio soldiers of the 2f h Intint y t sentenced bv courtnvxrtlii to bp hanged for participation in the Uous j ton riots Tile number and rbirictcr of appeals for clem"ncy reaching the president irom clergvmca and negro organizations caused the\ respite U. B. REVIVAL GROWS I/«c U nut) OutMtlp Wiui^tcr-- V'-s Ke\ I is Sliowors The rcMnI onic^a m (he bmted Brethren churcb are crraing along well last e\rmng Uc\ M J Lver hart pastor of ^he lnHed Presbyter IJ.D chuich C3 p-k( i Tonight th nulpit ^ til he filled hr Hex "^ C. Alb n pallor of the t nitod Br^Uiron ^h irrli at Emerson Toroor r)\\ night Rc\ T r Harper the pastor of l]\e I mten Brethren church it \fount Plcasan w U prnarb The p. tor Re I S =;howor= Is Poking for n real n^nitpui is "The Store Ahead" TKe HOME of QUALITY 129 to (33 N PlTTSSURG Si CONN^bLSVILLE. Butterick Patterns The arrival of our Silk, Woolen and Wash Fabrics for the Spring of 1918. Our Silks for the Spring are the most beautiful we have shown in years and are very moderately priced. Our Woolen Goods for the Spring, like the Silks, are beautiful in quality, shades, and patterns, and are moderately priced. Our Wash Fabrics for the Spring of 1918 are the handsomest we have ever handled and the season points toward a wonderful Wash Fabric season. We cordiallv invite you to inspect our i Dress' Goods. Clear MuUers Strike. \ETV "i ORK Frti 27 --SHLeen thousand cigar matters ire on suiVe here to enforce a demand for an in creasa of $2 a thojsand on cigar= according to statements todas bv union leaders The strike will be,extended to all factories in *few "iork lii inich the demands are refused Jie leaders assert Shoe Store has just re- written by a ·well received schol student was ceived two new English boots, black and tan. Both have bnck tops--Ad --27-31. llrs Clarence Adams and baby of Pittsburg are guests of Mr and Mrs ,, _ _ . _ _ . _ T J Smith of Ninth street "West Side was greatly enjoyed Miss Jessie Mrs 4nna Reynolds ot limontown, Rhodes presided at the piano Around »ji O jjas been a, guest at the Smith home, has returned horn* The Enos bus service will be run be tween Enos Cigar Store and Atlas Hotel South Connellsville beginning Monday March 4 -- A.dv -- 27-it Mrs Robert "W Leiberger left yes- terdaj for Fairmont W V% to visit her sister Mrs A. H Hunsaker of that city Mr and Mrs. Harry E.-^n-bajgh of Chatobersbur^, have gone to Confluence to visit Mrs Brumbaugh s par ents, Mr «nd Mrs Orville Pike after a visit with Mr and Sin, G N Dur nell of this city Dov, ns' Shoe Store has just received a big shipment of rubbers They can fit any member ot tie fsimily now in At the regular meeting of the Young \\omens Mission Guild of the First Baptist church held last evening in tb.8 church officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows President, Miss Loretta Pearl Hatfleld first vice pres dent, Miss Helen Mitchell chairman of the finannal committee, second vice president Miss- Pearl "Wiunan, chairman of the program committee, third vice presi^ dent M's= Banna Bryner chairman ot the membership and social committee, fourth vica president. Miss Dorothy Jackson chairman of literature committee »ercctary. Miss Sarah Belle taderson treasurer Mrs Sue Brown The officers are younger members of the societv Following the election a short program on Africa, was earned out after -winch music and games rubbers--4.dv 7-3t Mrs Margaret Davenport of Engle Dell farm visited friends at Penns- ·ville this week C A Wagner manager of the Paramount theater was in Pittsburg es-| union p-aver Shoots Two Scnnader* I osiug his tena-per when scrouadcrs gathered outside his home it Obiopyle e few dajs after his marriage Thomas | j, E Fearer is said to have shot ind' ·wounded two of them The bullet it "CRITCKY" SELLS OUT t I lo.-c'- Purohnsis (IR.I I rum Cntcli'n 'il Brollii r- HIL ciKar an confectioner* store of the CntchQeld Brothers m the Hbbv of the P iramount thoa rp has been sold to L 1 Begss manager of the McCrorv five and tut com store The cisar stand ha I been in chirge of Coster Cntcli r iold J who bis been located there "incr ihe opening of the Psramnnnt Pievious to going m bu ness Mi C mchfield had been euiplojed as i cieik in Lnos f j g i r '·tore foi a number o' years nm "SUMiG is reported weat through the hand of a boy and struck a girl standing near him in the leg ScotWalc Boy m Draft. John E-wmg Armstrong was among the Scottdale draftees, wbo let Sanday night for Camn Lee Petersburg Vi Previous to being drafted he was employed by the H C Frlck Coke company at the Everson car shops. The ideal )j tlif I'en»shania Ruil roiui ( ompanv ship-ling dav or sailing Condition Unchanged There is no improvement in the con dition of Mrs Eva Holmes of Leiseu- rmg No 3 "who was ser ousl njureii date plan for accepting ind i Ing Icss-thau carload freight on the Pennslvami railroad "his now been extended to cover the service on all of tlic 2o d visions east of Plttsjurg aid 1 rie Schedules providing shipping davs for each division h^ve been worked out and Uie new method placed \ in actual opcrat on on al 1 the eastern lines portions of "ftcd m Cumberland. Newton Kretchiuan of liockwood and Anna M Pj e of Somerset John M Smith and Ploia E Stuck o' Monday night when she fell from the ton ind H a i i j J Daugheilv of Con coke ovens Mrs Holmes is at Cottage State boapita Dr. Kerr Going to France. Dr J P Kerr of Plttsburg a brother of Dr J Trench Kerr o£-Councils vilie has accepted a commission as major in the Med cal Reserve Corps the nell^ville and Vera Eli/abeth \v~eiler of Johnstovv i were glinted luarnage licences in Cumberland and will leave France m two weeks fo r Takes Crofton Position. Miss \TabeI I Miller of Pennsvi le has accepted a position as steno gra-pber in the office of the Craf*on high school / 1'ennsvillc Bed CroSb lour Oncn TIcj.niu's Four prisoners were given hearings before Ml}or John Du?gan at poltice court tins moinmg Two mer got 48 hours one 24 hours ind tb» other was discharged TV* o otnei pnsoners arrested during the night left forfeits V RS « \lvAH \\ \GGI 1 LD Tel) _" M l « Sa-all , Snider ^agRle died ' 1 Ioniia\ e \ o n i n g j a' t*ie hyaie o r her brothf 1 ! 1 M Sn\ I d« r L-uon O\MI in the o rd \oar o f ' hoi ige Ttip emains w e e ^roughi lierc Tiitdaj on the noon train and takei o th* 1 homo n£ hpr husband I V 11 am "\\agglc at ihe \al ev school house Die fu icral w i l l like place t 2 o clock Trursdaj Interment in | the Baptist ccmctor\ Mrs \Vageip was i lilting hiM- brother and famil | at Uniontown haling j^one here on I nda% Pebruan 8 She contiac ed Dicasles m a M r i i e n t form anti af f ei- ^ an 1 took pneuru;}iiia j ARVPR S CK\1G Armer S Craig 74 ·'ears olci, a ^ ct oran ot the Civil W a i ind one of t b c j lead ng business men of L m o n t o w n j died "-tordai moinlng n a hospital I I I Jacksonville rla ^lr Craig left L m o n t o u n about six ivtekfa ago on h s inntm! t-lp n U e south seeuimgli n his iKlial \ ) M c r o s healta He was prominent in Masonc t i r c l e b and uas an active mennuei of the first Me ho dist Episcopal church Lniontown FRANK GL,RSHA\S Following a Jin^enj s illness of panlysis Frank Geishau 60 jears old one of the b t ^ t k n o w n -esidenLS | o" "Vande-biH diod hii morning all j Gersuaw was an m \ a id for ]b ca"s j He had resircd at Vandorbilt for the i past 25 "years and was a member of bacred Heart Cathol c cli irch at Daw- bou Fe was a w dow er Two daugh tp~ Mattie and Mane S U I V I V P Pure Chevying Gum a Stick a dai keeps 44 ik -r gw-* JNerves away The Pennsville E.ed Cross unit will j meet at Jie home of Mrs 0 P Len- ^= hart Thursday afternoon to sew \ I'a\s the Costs. Ja"iti ODonnel! adjusted m a t e r s anc 1 paid costs before Alderman S H Howard yesterday on a charge of deserting his w i f * Mrs Jessie OBon- nell Home I r o m Buvinij I n p F "V\ ^ n g i t "\fiss I uc\ 3t Ilwagon and F V Dcinm ng armed bone ^hib mornmfe from New "York where thc\ spent the past week j i i j i n g sprint ' and summer good foi bo Wright Mct/ler company Mr Demmmg is manager a' the ladies read; to wear department of the LntoEtown store Union Prajer Seme The churches of Dawson w i l l hold There was a I terday on business ! Mrs Fr^ Fell} wbo has been verv I ill at her home m limontown for the Cathryn McMally gave a fare- past five montns mil leave Thursdav were he amuseoients i^r:e attendant Mrs well dinner Sunday eemng at her home in North Scottdale, in honor of Henry Loetz. who left Sunday Mght '.Mth the Scottd-ile draftees for Camp .Lee Petersburg \ve r e Kid ' Va Covers for 16 Partr. morning for Asheulle, \ C nhere it is boped the warmer prove beneficial Mrs Baptist church tonight n Patronize those who acve'-Use climate Felty wi'l be accompanied b her sister Miss Hel j ena "Williams and her aunt Mrs Mattle Dean o[ Pucajrn MJss "Williams vvill rei.urn in about a week but Mrs Dean will remain m the South w t S ORE THROAT or TonsiUtis--gargle with warm, salt water then apply-- Stop licking Eczema} Never mind how ofuea you have tried .. and failed, ou can stop burning itching eczema quickly by applying a httle zemo furrished by any druggist for 35c. Extra large bottle, $100, H"alng begins the moment zeno is applied la a short time usually every trace of eczema, tetter, j pimples, nuh, Ijiac^eads and similar' skin diseases, win be rc-novcd ! For clearing tbe sk n and irafong it vigorously 1 eJ hy, always use semo, t^e uenetratjig 1 artj-'cr^ic: liquid It is not a grea^ salve antl it does not stan ^h*"^, others fail it is t a c-a dependable trsat j mt-it for slsii t-oi bl^s 01 all kinds The I-- W ^o^GCo (Cicvtland, (X Son is Horn The stork pa cl a v i s i t to the home of ^ r anf 1 Mrs J \S Blower at North D wson leav ng a bab) bo The father 13 a Pittsburg £ l^ake Erie In akeui in Stoil il Ferrv Virnotmceniei t lias been made of the Dirth of a bon it the home 01 Mr auci M i s Heniv Baku at. "'erivopolis LOCAL AXJ LOAG MSTAM7r TtOYCsGS. Bell SIS. Eesidcnce 101 Haas Are,, In-Stale."! Cm*LLSTn,LF, PI. Don t wa t until t o u r bl od is im poveuslied a"d vou i o sick and ail ng talce H o l l l o t t r s (ocky Mountain Tea l o w it w II (Inv out the gprms 01 ^ ntei p u i t i ^ Oic «to a cb requ l^te tie or e -- a t m o f spri'ig toaic cleansei Couic!l=Ml!e Drug Co --Adr. Has Your Coms m Absolutely Removes Sufescriptioa renem rf Indigestion. Druggists ~~ refund money if it fails. 25c

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