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February 28, 1918

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x-ACJE FOUR. ·fSXE DAILY COURIER CONNELLSMLUC TIIURSDAY FEBRUARY 2S, ITJIS $hr Saiiu. Ountrar. HENR-i P SKTDER, Pounder and. i.ditor THIS COURTKK K. M. S3STDER, President. JAS. J JKJSCOLU Sec y and Trea*«r«r Business JOHN I* GAN Mjuuwrmr Editor WALTER City Editor MISS LYNtfE B Society Editor 'MEMBER O* Associated Press. A»dlt Bureau o* Circulation Ponnsylvuila Associated Dailies. Two cents per cojy BOc pe" mouth \a per year b mail if paid in advance Entered as *recond class matter at the postofOce. Conncllsvlle Pa. eitber in tiia form, or rental or an obligation to pave, repaareandkrep m repair a certain portioa of the street The pcmleee to trae the candmts x at a proper rental therefor, liy other than the builder ot them shonld be another pronaion of the grant. The terms and conditions under Tvhich the conduits could be so used should be delinitch agreed upon and accepted bv all com panics belore tho grant of a frinchise o construct them, then al \v ires should be required to be placed taerc m The public utiliU corporations rcn dcring telephone teio^raph 01 electric «emcc to t"ho ut Tvould thus bo plac od upon the sarao basis as to rights and pm leges, ard the streets would be cleared of all poles and ivires tx ' cept those needed to support the street f railwav troile^ "which alter the plan t of larger citits could be light orna mental iron poles Tke C»uHer'« Service *"»* ·WILLIAM P SHERMAN Hospital Unit L. IT S A Fort McPher^on Atlanta, Ga PALPH F S1AGFP Companv PI 3L9th Infantrj U fa N A Cajnp Lee Prtersburs Ta. Because the £?o-\ernment hnd^ it neces«ar\ to ordei the -wholesale can ners of vegetable'' d.nd sa-linon to hold t h e i r supplies for u^e of t h e arnu doe* 1 not mean as some of the German liar*; have iaid Jiat nome irrown foods arc to be comminde-cred It merely mefinit thit dunna: the coming 1 e ea.son thr* 1 homo canninp mdu^trx n u*t be con t ducted on a b prcer scale t h a n hereto fore Btfrtn to cet read for It as j o u I plan this j e a r s "War Gtrcien Jt be (Tins to look as if ^ome of the u f ^ - f f f f f } J censored p t p pens n i l ] be pjgrl^si Memtov ·! Tk« AMmeUt** I"****. Tb« Associated Pre«s 1« "* clU3l\ely entitle I to the us* for republicatlon ot all new* dis patches credited to It or not otherwise credited in thia paper and T.ISO tie local news publish erf herein The death of Or Samuel G T xun remo\e** one nf the most con-scien ion* public servants Pent n v Ivan I t c\o had To conserve the publ c health is IK the consuming 1 ambition of his 1 fe and in that service he - \ i r t u a l l v t,avc his life ESS prices are on the right road but have not developed the *peed manv consumer" had hoped u o u l d be «jhown , GJSTTEfG RIB OF iOUES While ConnelLsi. ille has furnished more than !t? quota, of soldiers the staj at homes h a \ e not become siif ficiently military to, observe the rule requiring everv person to stand at at tention dunnjc he ^inginsr and plaj note i** sounded That is {rood man rter« for both soldier 1 ' and Chilians Good ti ne a-den tools to bepin oilinr up the isothmg would contribute quite so much to permanently improving the appearance of the citv's streets as the removal of the unaightlv poles cables and w ires Wl uch now clutter up both J^ ^?a %»«,,» ^"^ Sides of our principal thoroughfares j ant i Kaiser Carl are not quite so chum To have the streets clea-ed of these ray obstructions is not onlT in the interest of making the city more attractive to tne- eye but their rtauoral would elim- t Inate an obstruction to fighting fires and a source of more or less danger to human life This was demonstrated during- the recent severe sleet storm] ·which broXe hundreds, of telephone, uires brought them in contact with the heavily charged light and, power lines and menaced the safety of travel ers In almost e\ery section of the "I WANT HERE AN EAGLE, FRITZ" Are jou keeping wheatless Man LEVS and Wednesdays m tour home" The responsibilit} of supplv ng our city Only bj rare- good fortune ^as associates in this war with wheat un it that many persons were not serious U1 next 3uni mer has now shifted to lv injured or killed before the \nres I vour shoulders Mrs American House were rendered harmless by the "West keeper Penn power plant being cut off from f The faimei -nut the shipper hive :ts distributing system 'done their work as fit as this ivhea' It is onh by placing the wires,crop ib concerned The har%est has underground that he dangers of the j been gathered an ample supplj re aerial system of electrical distnbu ser\ed for borne u^e and the surplus tion can be remold This has been .has alread been Chipped to ijtirope done m ali largo- ities and rnativ of There will not be TQOtoei i\heat fhe smallei municipalities have made crop until ^ummei From now until jnoie or le'-s progress in that direc-.theu eveiv loaC of bread that finds its tion In ConncllsviIIe the opporum Ity to get rid of A part of the poles \\a O^PT there to the home of a worn and burdened mother or into and wires m cert un sections of the the outstretched hands of a hungo city is presented m the request of the child mean that a omoone here m Central District T Icphone companv America has kept wheatless days for the right to coi struct a conduit in -And what does this mean'' the business district l£ means first of all that no -wheat \s the proposition has been outlined cereals tfre served at breakfast ft is m effect the same as *as ire- D° not sene rolls-^ muffins ho* sented to the first council under the| cakes or *"* kinfl o£ bread conlara- citj form of government and it* en in S ^ h * at flour for this entire day actment refused I ecause tt)i tele- Most ot ** ° a l l e d phone company declined to accept an. amendment of its propobed ordinance that would have tllowed other telt phone or telcgrapli companies to use the conduit, upon, the payment of a just and fair rental therefor Another section of the amended ordinance required the company to assume the liability for the paveioent.or rcpavement of a certain portion of everv street upon which its conduits might be laid This was also objected to bv the com pany An exclusive right to construct a conduit was not asked by the com jMtnr, hut it was decidedly unwilling that its underground system should be Used by anv other interest than its own, with the single exception that ihe cr^r s fire alarm wires might be placed in a duct provfded for that purpose - =· From what has been made public concerning the provisions of the new- Ordinance now before city council it e one-half or one These are meant If \ou are going to Libertv Breads third wheat flo for othei davs keep wheatless da.vs whollv ^ou must serve no bread on these dtt^s with a grain of wheat in it Can this be done- Yes it can and js being done today In patriotic homes from coast to coast And this is the way the housekeepers are managing it For breakfast, and lunch or supper they are serving one of the man} earn oatmeal nee or rve hot breads , that require no wheat whatsoever The two following recipes fill the bill and require \erv little tune for preparation IflTT Wanted. 10K KKFLBLiC^ W \M I !"» - V OOP SIX C f *t \ N room ! ous Smith bid" t i f t r r c d \\ 111 1 n«e h^ he ·*.- or Tor L t-r I \ L I \ d e \ c r e I r C o u t ]^p f f t b t ' \\ VN1 I U -- M I N 10 B\ S M i l s dl m «- pr 1 t- n I I % '^ sjs ii c St n f s R**i r - m i i o v\ il! t m t* urc t Sml h W JU - U L d t \ ^ t t - 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O j I- Kt-jbJrg: street C^n t F-LN l l l r ] -u O f e b l C l V \ N T 1 D -- M I M FtS V, \ N T l D TM1O the b t rnin n^, b Jk [ubl!s t 1 Mm ins- ir i S u l h U by t \ M J - S W U D 1. A "5C t i i!" I n I l- fct. S S SfclHl wTCn L - N i v nTvTl ! 1*01 ir tl t**i ,ripl f r ] i r l m c n t S a f- t l t r v.a.U" t f rr-nce i* Kh u p Cat I J l n ow t hi U r i l t t V. Mrr s \ TJ.I o u r l ^ r Sf i tf J ^ \ \ T I i wim i AM r i ji i i 1-i.b r*4 r r i 1 N n i r rfaj m- T I I \ f r rt t ** Mak t t f\\ i r M I M F H f - ST*- 1 i ( O*vSTI t '"I N C » M } A N T i I 1 1 N S SI I \ \ M \ « r r 0 1 i f i tn f s f \" r b oh JOHN ! * lo «. n h p s 1 \ r ind M I f a, d J t i t i t. M i l J r I I \1 \i t t l K t , o i n l f I i he, u r d t r s l f , n I i i - ^ h \ r en I al p r ns i dr-bted tn . J t i f 10 ml jm f*jul j av n ( t id to 11 o«c ln\ I H K *1 ii " · P" i 1 n l a l M f U r m p i t I I/ 1 \l M M I \c u t r x J cl n I r i if \1 \ \ V t rn«* I f b G t t h u r i WILL H HAYS Bj TValt Mason. V \VT1 I - \ I n f \ 1 t i.r t t i l l r th n. i n \ ti Ion or m r in y tli I r fr--' \ nd 'I f Ol I Ir I r U t f !J i n - n f i r i H I ^ r l I t, CAP I L rj. tl P Jti i K nt ^V t, prin o m c t l j at tf V R ]/ I c rp oatmeal 1 cap rve Soar 4 tablespoons baking: pcnrder liquid 1 teaspoon salt. Mix the fat and flour which has been sifted with the baking powder KOUW appear that the same object.TM "f»" as were urged against the tirst would still hold If this grant were made it -would simply mean that only part of the wires and poles would be removed those of the Tri State West Penn and tb« telegraph, conrpames remaining If liter the latter interests desired con dutt privileges they would, nave to construct one of their own. and that ·would mean anoth^*r rearing up of the paved streets The*-third-class city laws invest municipalities of this class with the power to compel w1rjgs_t(riberj?laced w ·Underground, but according to court decisions electric light or power and telephone ^companies cannot be fon^r ed to place their wires m fbe same conduit, the cont ntion luw ing been raised and sustained in several c^scs tttat the_paraHeling_m close prrarm- ny to each other of heavily charged light wires and telephone wires inter fere's with the operation of a telephbne; svstom On this score the teiepfeonei compan es nave resisted action taB,en| a soft dough Turn on rolling board and roll to about one-haJf inch in thickness Cut with a floured biscuit cutter Bake about 15 minutes Conunrxl D»4]efT 2 cups COTI mei.1 1 teaspoon silt 2 tca-Tpoons fat 1*1 cups bolllnir water Poui the boiling water over the other materials Beat well When cool form into thin cokes and bake 30 minutes in a hot oen Makes li biscuits For dmnei on the wheatless dajs tlo not serve b^ead Its place may be arnpl} filled bj ser\mg both nee and potatoes for this meal Do not serrc eather spaghetti or macaroni on this day foi these are both nheat pro duc^s If any pastrj is made raaXr the crusts of cornmeal o*- the following oatmeal O«tmf.| Crnmt 2 cun«i finels cround oatmeaL 1 cup boiling water 1 teaapoon fat Scald the oatmeal with the water \dd fat and mix thoroughly Boll thin and line small pie or tart Bate In a hot to compel them to become tenants of a condu t v« whic 1 ! light or p o w e r t ns with the mixture ·wnes are placed o mat be pieced J oven This situation tiakcs it difficult There ?re pleiit^ of wheatless des- therefore for t-he ^miher cities to srr s for both lunch or dinneTM such as bx-ing about, o d c i d t d an impro\e gelatine jelhes w th frmt and nuts ment a» placing a ( l wires underground cereals molded w i t h dates or raisins The solution ^oul' seem to lie m re | fresh or dried fruits oatmeal or bar- quinng the construction of t-RO con le flou" puddings cornmeal tarts *uat* one for telephone and telegraph j etc Tlie list lengthens out indefimte- ·wtres and one foi lis;ht and power|H wh-cj, und at the ^an)e f me so hat I I* there an re ison rbeu for not thtre ttould be 1m one toanns; up of A ee P |n S the wheatless Monda\ ind tue street^ ^\ cdnfida^ wholh m - v o u r home 9 lit consideration u f tht mgtu^t madi ' ·-- by te Central Dluriet corupj.u\ the Homf rrom lloaiutol citv council will no uoubt give ibotuni Mrs 1 Uzabeth Maicha.nd or Ator- ful j-LUnuon to Uie que^uonb tn\ot\ gantovt-n for-merlv of Connclls\ille ·d not o\erlookinR the mi]ortant one -was in toun this morning between of exattmg ccmpensar^on for the oc- trains on. her return from Philadel-1 t u i a n c j of thr c i ( / strcpf^ hv a (rni phia. where «-no nnd(*rwenT in onon duit fivstom bj Ahooisocicr bu.lt,' tioii in i ho pita! thue. i 1 he ^V"a.r l^ord Lilt.T no in r ari I or paints his own pu k j let r n j rrt r»- h(» rrutket tt » pi i n r^ SITU." 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I S f c b t f d i W A N T L D -- A CrOOD M \\ W I T H family to take cire of f a r m \ p p y J L STADtR - ^ f e b G t d j 01 s \ i i t M,i\ri i OPJ ' H a r t f r J 11 model I r q u l r M I S V M A l K i N ^ C N 10 V , o s t \ i -l ! ( ! S \JU --HO! s O^ J O H V S T O N a \ t n u e The lat M r a J r \ Man tt i r c h i d t n c o T t i ston I n q u i r e AIRS f 1 \ M s Un o n t w n Bell 1u Tr it LLO 6 M f o b t f 14 Farms 26 Acres Coal A N D V( VM 1,01 S FOR SALE WA-NTFD--SECOND IJ \ N U n PL. ·writer la L L" 1 13 1 i r 1 rl si u DS W H o u n T l asaiil 3f l tf. MJ\N i r r f r i cars nine h o u r -ahtf lav t u r P L N N R ^ I I W \-i *H )p "8f h i W V.NTED--GIR TOR GI N F R \L housework Three (n f imf Will p i 00 a. -week Board Tnd me n. "03 "\[t,Counick avenue. !^feb^t" FOR S M E - -- - ^ O O R V Q U I C K \i,l I off r a. m de--n h r u s c i n Watt sLreo Third \ irO for S COO 3To isr- "is -corns f u n ^ t f e i I ha.tl a r R e lot Will loan on ih s i roperty Si G U U M \ S O N R F A I T b l V T I S e c n d N T t m n a l Ba-k I u i 1 ns 2 CtbJt FOR SVLE--T\\O 1 11 FI\ r l » * b sender Foi i t w o 191" M a x w e l l De monstra or« ont? "V\ i l l j s Kniprh five p a s b t n f f e r one 1911 Mitel oil Tve pas lensrer car iti pt*rfec(. c o n d i t i o n one 1317 f i n e pa-sencror Palpc W t l l de monstratr Call 3« ar State DUNB \ R AUTO CO 0£eb fd 150 Can 10 ««t BI R B * % TIOS1KS u r i d j room houie JI ton u, c inrt 4 rori n ho JSL J OWt i ros nd t -oom house 1 WO acr^s and 8 rot m house 3 TOO i rs and j room hoimc J TOO K A K M S arres good house and outbuildings -^00 at ro f r u i t farm build lii(,^ all g-nou 5,500 acit, fru t farm b u i l d l n t , b 3.IJ £ond 1 5OO tcr" farrn and b u i l d i n g s S,50O icro fa.rrr pr od b u i l d InE-i 15W» icre p o u l t i v and f r u i t f ai ni " we icre well improved "5OO w\rcn-- L \ \ O barbers Best wa^Li, j i d V p p l j ! I n 1 TRUST B UlHfr f SHOi _____ , w ^ n o ~ij ou \v [i L, i i f i\ j \ ro each ot se\t,ral tichuolboi'* w h o w i l l deliver «.wpiea of tl r C u r t i s pub I it L t i o u » to _udtui L I S i l j set oolbo\ « -- r l f t i n s p n t l c a n l v and an bitioii« -- nee I apply The $ 1 1 3 3 In n d d i t i o n (o liberal ci h prof t*. and man; other aovAiUPCT'; A p r 1 ( r A Y f STAl F . fi- s L, s i -- s u \ j r i i A r h. r \ P u r \ sj La. 11 ,, u r 1 i o \ i\\ b it, i l M i it r n t i i ui ] \ v, · \ u \ .ui L U I i l l I \ \ - t l S f L I crc f o l d OD brick road 1 OOO \.S Ml ML I\ OPh.RA.TJOA ores coal mine in operation bo it 1 i ile f i o m c i i j \ \r\VTf r o i * i i a t 1 ?ts n n v if A. E. Wagoner Co. Rr tl I -*t*te l i s o r u u t r ftculM OolltM !*«! 1001) A\ ( r a ^ f i r d V T P PI. F ncll Hi- L a. "V I s r t h 1 M i l re st J a i l l f e b H "5 Our stores are supremely well prepared for spring sewing work tvPr/ housekeeper is preparing or about to prep.tre for spring sewing and every good merchant is also preparing to supplj' them with the material for spring sewing It ·would be useless for us *o specify the number of advanced styles of new goods for suits and dresses underwear, shirt waists and skirts, and dropping that line altogether there is much spring sewing to be done for house furnishings, window curtains bed clothing sheets pillow =lips and man\ other articles 'iou know about them better than we can tell jou The Imion SuppI} Companj stores are prepared, they have eierything you want There are thousands of ·vards of gingham domestic and imported stjles designed to meet every desire, striped plaids, foulards or calico prints plain shades color combinations galore There are imported linens for towels, for table cloths, etc , but -what is the use of specifying--a better waj is for jou to come and see The new stocks are all in displays are now complete Union Suipply 93 Large Department Stores, Located fn Payette, Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties. Ihe Store thai msits oil fining their Shoes cor-ectlv Particulir peopK like oui Suoes fhe^ re pleased w n b our «=tTle selection and our methods in lit ing A. FAMILY SHOE STORE with Better Shoes--Better \alues--Better Service--for our cus omers satisfaction Call and see some new toboes Jlr. Robert _ . Galesbuxg. »o» December 27th. 1917. D**r Sir- 1 You are right vnsn yoa say In yours of D«o«m- ber 24th. that Eenreoo is a reicarJ'ably good tooth paste acd that It has a strong story to tell, but the difficulty lies in putting that sto-^y in such language as will corvinco the public. T u e Senreco story of a medioiral paste that not onlv cleanses tho teeth tut also keeps mouth and MHOS healthy, when put on paper does not sound very different fron tha stor/ of just any ordinary dentifrice. For that reason ve nalce every effort to get th« people to try Senreco. After that Senreoo tells itu own story - and fully 90J6 of them are Senraoo users and boosters fro-n than on. There is a Senreco user in Pittsburgh who has Introduced our product into the families of thirty-four of his friends. FnthUBidn* ^o, not entirely. Simply a oase of Senreco naking good. It is just as stated above. If they will try Senreco - if they once beoomo acquainted with a real dentifrice - with-what a dentifrice can ond should oe - they are Senreco boosters from that time on. Tour druggist or toilet counters can, supply you with Senreoo. It comes in large, two ouic* tubes and retails at 25^. Why not get a tube to-day^ 1 Try it. TTe stand behind every package of Senreoo with a monoy-bacfc guarantee* Very truly yours. SEKRECO, cure nm ATI* IF YOU WANT Anything, Have Anything for Sale or Rent, Try Our Classified Ads at One Cent a Word. They Bring the Results.

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