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ian WOE 2 Â©I Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 6,552 VOL. 16, NO 98 CWNNEIiSVILLB. PA., WEDNESDAY EVEN: ING, MARCH 6, 1918 EIGHT PAGES IRE DESTROYS PART OF MARKLETON SANITARIUM; FORTY ROOMS DEVASTATED He Starts te Fowrth Story of Jrwrt Stnetire and Spreads to Third. UUCE ESTIMATE $25,000 wtMT rtn Tighten Save Strme- Â«* Xrira Orcr by hr Can of Xmi let Arrived. Ira dUaOaf Â«r)y this morning in wwt -wiag at the Markletoa Sam luna at Markletoii, taken o\er on iruary 26 by the government for am at wounded soldiers, damaged stnwtare to the extent of $25 000 mated, before it -was brought under trol aboat 10 34 o clock ly voiun- - flre detQs of fanners mine lab- rs, citiJEecs of the community and fire departments of Kockwood and ccordtnff to information from Â·Ueton ft"* afternoon 40 rooms m irest portion of the building were aated by the fire which started .he focrth floor and mte it wa\ into third. liere *verr uo wounded soldiers at Â· sanitarium and nobody was hurt ept minor scratches. The onlv orament representatives at the din* were army doctors and nurses a force of workmen I reparing plac* for the reception of the coded. rhile engaged in hoisting a flag rtly before 8 o clock in front of store of the Markletou Store com- y nearby Glen Vough and John irh, brothcrf, sav smoki issuing n the fovrth floor of the buikhng r the roof. They ran to the scene Care the warning. Qam Har^ret Barnett, the former enntandmt of the sanitarium, who itill at the place aasuticg in its Â·kenloo. called the fire depart\Ls at fiockwood and Confluence. Is were also sent through the Trite telephone operator at Rockwood Veyersdale and Somerset he alarm of flre was quickly aad to the surrounding country farmers and the workmen in the t nuoea and citizens of the com- Ay generally responded. The rtarinm has its own water supply n a large tank overlooking the idiags. In short order a stream of xr wae playing on the blaze. .ket kncadca were also organized tsaist in the fight or a time it looked as if the entire .ding must go Passengers on the Â·xunc accommodation to ConneilÂ»- a brought reports that the struo ' would be entirely consumed and Trta reached the city thÂ»^ it had a destroyed, etghborhood volunteers had the under control when outside help red. here are 150 bedrooms in the Uarram in addition to the numer- other departments and offices. damage, however, -was confined me MCtion, with the eiÂ«ption of er wWch found its way to the er floors There are four stories the building. hÂ« origin of the blaze T-as not wn. It was said. ApWently it Â·Ud near the roof No accurate mate of the damage was available, eports of the fire having been ted by Germain agents were curt but there was nothing to verify B. is expected the gove-ument will 3 prompt steps to have the dam- d wing rebuilt The sanitarium is 1 by the government under lease the period of the war AFETY FIRST PICTURES tlÂ»Â»r% t Ohio BaOroad 1o Hold Free Show Tonight, he Baltimore * Ohio railroad com- y will show sereral reels ot Safety it moving pictures at the high X1 auditorium this evening It is acted that several hundrud em /es of the railroad will be present. he pictures will be free and the lie is invited to attend. One of best^of moving pictures machines astalled in the high school and the w is worth white attending SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. CHARGED WITH UNFAIR TRADE COMPETITION Formal tomjUlnt is Lodged With UK Federal Trade Commission in By Associated Press. Â·WASHINGTON March 6 --Complaint was issued today against Sears, Boebuck Company, of Chicago by the faderÂ»l trade commission charg lag unfair medodE of competition In the conduct of its business The complaint summons the firm to answer a charge that it has advertised sugar for "tale at three to lour cents a pound actually at a kBts out only on condition that certain amounts of other groceries be purchased for which a sufficient price is charged to make a profit on the combined sale. The complaint further charges that Sears. Roebuck Company with the purpose of injuring competitors, has circulated catalogues representing the quality of merchandise sold by its competitors as inferior STRICT ORDERS 'Â» CowtahlM by Jnigt Beppert to Erntme the ew Â»Â»g I*w. Tien th* constables of the county !Â« their quarterly returns in court id*r Judge ReppÂ«rt told them proceed without further delay in muting the provisions of that act lout feÂ»r or favor and to kill on rt nil unlicensed dogs in their re- rttve bailiwicks, fter flllng their retnrns many of conMtbles applied at the com- sioHtrs office for further informa- on.the law Â· fitoto to S*rÂ»f SÂ«MÂ«r. / b* members of the school board i been invited to a supoer to be 'ed at the high school building Uy Â»vÂ«ning by the girls of the lor elus. After thÂ« suppor the Worm will attend the entertain it bv th* Musical Gnardnnen. 6d BALL WELL 4n4 in I/ore Titi Fnace, Be Tfrites to Cousin, Herman Franks. France looks good to "William L. Bail of Connellbvllle who is somewhere over there Â»ith the Twentieth Engineers Thus does "Bill express himself in a letter dated February 15 received loaay by his cousin Herman L. Frank's Ball uas on the ocean when the Tuscania Â»os sunk but not on that transport- He says in part "Arrived safe today and am cer tainly glad it is over, although I didnt get a bit seasick. We had a few rough days high winds and rain. But I am well as c?n be I can't tell you anything about the country as all I have seen is httie along the harbor, but it looks good to me The weather is a little chilly but spring has started here The grass is green and. for once no snow as when we left "Washington. Vf*ll write more next time and to the rest of the gang" NEW DRAFT BASIS If ill be on limber of lea in Gluts 1, Not OB Population. Â·WASHINGTON March 5 --The prompt passage of the joint resolution providing for a change in the draft law so as to base the quota of each district upon the number of men in Class 1 instead of population. Is being urged before Congress by Provost Marshal General Crowder Tinder the new classification no meu will be in Class 1 except those immediately available for military ser vice According to General Crowder basing the Quota on that class will remove the unfair burden placed on the districts by the first draft which was based on population including aliens as well as citizens STAMP SALES HIGH High School Students Mile Purchases to Vuionnt of $5 "War saving stamps sales in the high school yesterdaj nearly amounted to ?400 The total sales to- the day were J385 74 making a total for the high school alone of 51 OH "8 This sum has been collected in four weeks Although the stamp sales ba^e been going on in the grade schools for Ihe weeks one week was dropped in the high school The total collected In the schools of the city yesterday was not available today The students are exhibiting much enthusiasm in the buying of the stamps and a J3 000 total has almost been reached Two Be BAILEES WAKVED to I* Using Flour Â» 1th- ont Substitute* Twofcakenes m Payette county re- ported/otehaknig-whectnour bread without mining snbstitutes were warned by Food Director Charles L Band- son yesterday that a continuation of the practice would result in drastic action The offending bakers are said to have giren as their reason for violating the regulations their inability to secure substitutes Inasmuch as all bakers were given extended notice of the substitute regulation Food Di rector Davidson told them that lack of substitutes could not be accepted as an excuse THE WORLD BEING DRILLED IN W.VA. By the Hope Natural Gas Company from Which We Get Our Sapply. B NOW 7350 FEET CHILD BEE IKS 1FG. Mckenen Ran Bov Hurt in TnTl Over Chair. Harry Haumne seven years old son, of Mr and Mrs James HaufBne ot Dickerson Run, fell o\er a chair in the Haufime home yesterday Buffering a fracture of the right leg The child was admitted to the Cot tage State hospital for treatment. Sprlnc Dowers In Bloom. Crocuses are in bloom at the home of Charles H Bishop In East Apple street and in the Newcomer home in East Crawford avenue a real sign of the approach o' spring Hyacinths we an inch through tie ground at the Bishop home. Aid DrilHBg Goes On in Hope of Beaching Gas ud Oil Sands Which Are Known to be Prolific Producers In Other Territory, Opens \ew Jb.ru. The Hope Natural Gas company, from which the Fayette County Gas company secures its supply from the TVest Virginia ttelds hÂ»s drilled the deepest well in the world on the Golf farm eight miles ^ortheast of Clarksburg Imtil a few weeks ago the record for depth had been held by a boring at Czuchow in Silesia which had reached a depth of 7 349 feet At the time mentioned the well near Clarksburg had driven the bit to a depth of 7,350 feet, one good American foot in excess of the German record Moreover the drilling is still in progress and as sufficient length of cable and adequate power and tools are at hand the prospects are good for driving still farther down into the crust of the earth and winning the pennant by a considerable margin Several oil wells n California ir, the souttiwest, in West Virginia and In Pennsylvania hive exceeded 4 000 In depth and one near McDonald Wlafihlngton county reached a deptn oJ 7,248 feet The Goff well Is near the center of the groat Appalachian coal field basin or trough and is being drilled In search of the deeper oil and gas sands The sand upon which most hope is based is the Clinton sand which is prolific of gns and oil across central Ohio from. Cleveland ncarlj to the Ohio river From ts outcrop this formation dips gently to Uw southeast beneath successively younger formations nearly if not all the way to Clarksburg If the drill can reach the Cltnton sand beneath he Goff farm which li on an anticline or small upward fold m the shallower- strata. It mav possiblj find gab or oil pent up under tremendous pressure and ready to escape in enormous volume Hence the test not only excites the curiosity of the public ind Is o f ' great scicntiflc interest to geologist but Is ilso of practical value to the oil men by whom It is bem^ closely watch eri. If tho well itnkes a valuable oil or Cotu!nu6d on Page Two SECOND RED CROSS DRIVE Hill Barm May B to Eaiie Another JIOCMXMMWO For tie Wort. The war council of the American Red Cross announces that a campaign to raise another 5100,000 000 will begin on Stay 6 and continue through that week In the first drive which uas conducted during the week beginning June IS last vear the Ajncncau peo pie pledged approximately $100000,000 to tne American Red Cross To date approiimatley ?8" 000 000 has been appropriated for war relief work. To ki-ep up this work which includes services rendered to the a! lies as well -us to tho fighting men of our own country will roqi Ire at least ?100 000 000 "When tho first hundred million war fund was raised less than a million Amencans were active mem-'bers of the American Ked CroÂ«s Today close to 22 000 000 \raericans are enlisted. LINDLEY INDICTED True BID Returned Also Against Alleged Lhe*l Har-n Slayer, A bill of Indictment was returned by the grand jury in Uniontown yesterday in the case of Frank M Lindley of Connellsville who is charged will killing his former business pan ner Prank A Burkey in the latter's office in the Second National Bank building the night of December 18 A true bill was also returned in the case of Joseph F Chandler of Cheat Haven, who ia accused of the murder of John W Huffman on December 24 last MUNSON IN HOSPITAL local Larryor, In S*rricc, Stnctcn Clitic in Mashin^ton. Attornej Fred D Munson who en listed in the ordnance department is in. the "Walter E Ueed hospital in Washington D C tor treatment of rheumatism An X ray picture of the ankle will be taken Attorney Munson was ordered to report at "Washington ovei a week ago Previous to reporting for duty he had been confined to his home with rheumatism CURB MARKET i PROPOSAL IS REVIVEDHERE Farmers Invited to Banquet To Be Held Here on Friday, March 22. WANT THEIR OPINIONS BtulnebH Men of City and Others to Be Orgaaired Into League to Help Solve Uie farm Labor Problem During Planting and Harvest Seasons ^-PRESIDENT TAFTTOBEIN C1TYTOMORROW Will Travel By AutomobUe to Cniontown Where He Is to Make Address. NO STOP HERE UNITED STATES HAS TAKEN NO STAND AGAINST ENTRY OF JAPANESE INTO SIBERIA former Chief Executive, AccorapoBied by Judges and OUicrh, is Scheduled to Pass through About 10 O'elock, Ixxal People to Jlear Kim bpeak LAF0LLETTE e so lotion Condcmmnp Scnatojr Passes TISCDDSJD Honsc. Br V^soclatecl Press \LVDISOiN Wis March 6 --The res olution censuring Senator Robert M LiFolIette for his attitude on the war s passed by the lower house this afternoon 53 to 32 The house had been in a deadlock all through the night and tbe balloting continued today In order to discuss curb markets and to let the farmers of the com tnumty know that the business pro fessional and mechanical men oC he city are back of them a banquet vnll be held here on Tridav March 22 to which, will bo invited all tho farmers in the community A committee con sisting oC T J Hooper C A Crow ley and "W 0 Adrian is making pre paration for the banqnet which IB being held under the lusplces of the Committee of Public Safety the Fayette County Farm. Bureau and the business men of the city Although the date of the banquet bas been set no place for holding it has yet been definitely decided on, The committee has alread Yisited two places where the dinner ma be a erred and has a third in mind A speaker will be here from State College for tbe occasion and local men will also make addresses The main purpofte of the -meeting is to get together with the Tanners and learn their opinions on curb markets En the citj the coming summer The farmers will be shown that tho mejn of the entire clt will be back of the movement. It is also planned to organize the men of the city into a league to help the farmer raise hw cropa Fvery day there will be sonao man eligible for farm work and they wilt go wber ever needed- 0iferect men will work ; each day in the woek T J Hooper chairman of the committee in charge of the banquet this morning said that the curb markets plan will be tvoosted and that the plan to give assistance to farmers was not roorely talk We wi!l aee this thing through to tht imish he saW The first tneeJng was hold yesterday afternoon and the situation was discussed for tvo hwirR By March 22 the commit c expects to have tho plins fo 7 * the market complete*!. A movement for curb markets Â»as started last fall but did not mator- *all7e A rcpr^entativo of the agricultural division of ibe Pennsylvania State Committee on Public Safety was here to explain the nature of tbe market system It was then considered to be too late in tho season to suirt anything of tho sort and the matte" wan dropped unil several weeks ago when an effort to revive It led to tho meeting vesterda and the appointment of a committee on arrangements for tao banquet. Former President Wil mm Howard Taft will pass Jirough Connehsville tomorrow about 10 o clock on h j way from "Washington via Greensbuig to Uniontown where he is scheduled to deliver throe addrestes--one at 2 30 o clock At he "West bnd thea re one for the overflow at 4 o clock "t tbe Central Canstian church and another JOHN REDMOND, IRISH NATIONALIST LEADER, CALLED BY DEATH End Came Phis Morning and Pollened In Operation Performed Last Friday. By Associated Press LONDON March t--John L Red- inoncl the Irish Nationalist leader, died, this morning Mr Redmond, who underwent an operation in London last lYiday passed a fair day, yesterday and apparently was mam taming tie progress shown Monday Ihe physicians attending Mr Bed- mond iosued the following announce inent -We i egret to announce that John .Redmond died at 7 4u this morning This Government Has Xeither Absented, Dissented Nor Protested. GREAT LINER SENT DOWN rwo Officers and 46 3len Lose Lives in Sinlonf of Uic Calgarian, Torpedoed March 1 Off the Irish Coast; Battle in West Continues. in the evening at the annul). bano.net owing to several serious attacks of of the Ta^otie Count Bar association illness A severe operation -was at the Uniontown CounLrv c ub faced with great courage It had be There wiU be no btop here it wat come imperatively necessary owing announced bv the commitee on ar to an intestinal obstnicUoa. Tins rangemeaLs Neither will there be a stop at Scottdale where the people have been planning a five minute re ception it was stated in Uniontown The former president will arrive in Greensburg over the Pennsylvania railroad at 7 32 o clock. He will be met there bj a committee composed of Judges J Q Van S^earingec n H. Reppert aad J C "Work Senator William E Crow and Attornev A C Hagan and the party after taking breakfast will drive to Uniontown n Attorney Hagan s automobile The party is due at Scottdale about 930 o clock and Unlorto^n at ]1 Ar rived at the county seat *Ir Taft will go directly to the home of Judge Reppert where he will remain until tbe Ume for the meeting at the theatre Following t he will deliver an ad dross it thÂ« Christian church and then j remain until tbe banquet hour j The formdr prebiden-t will spenn the night with Judge Reppert and will leave Fridiv rnonmg on tho 0 o clock Penns Ivania t-am for home passing 'hrough Connellsvllle at 9 26 A number of Connellsville persons ha%e secured tickets of idra'ssloa to the theatre for the afternoon iddress Perhaps all members of the bar will attend he banquet in the evening was relie\ed by the operauon and for some days sat s'actorj progress was maintained After a fairly good day fuesdav heart failure supervened during the night and after a few hours Mr Redmond passed peacefully away CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Xaccabees and Scottdale Girls nil Play Hare fledaeeday, Tbe Lady Maocabee basketball team and the Scottdale garls will play a Bi Associated Press WASHINGTON March 6--It was authoritatively stated today thai the lunited States has sent no communication on the subject of action 'n Si her a and that if any views of thas government are expressed they probably will be conveyed to Gre^t Britain through which the bmted States has receiied all ]ts information of the situation It was further stated tbat the United Staies has not assented dissented nor protested and that without any exchange of written communication Japan already understands the fnend! attitude of the United States anc 1 its disposition to take no part- In addition Japan understands that the United States credits her with * ith disinterested purposes if action in Siberia should be taken. FLEE 3LOSCOW TO BE CAPBPAIi LONDON March 6.--Tbe evacuation of Petrograd has begun Three TWO MORE ENLISTMENTS Weil Side Sun Joins force of tnatiou tepurtmnt. P J Fagan of Morg-uitown a son of Mrs K Â»M Pagan or the V est Side will leave tomorrow for San Antonio Tolas where he Â«ill go into training tfi a mechanic in the ablation depart ment He enl sled Uirough draft board No Z vesttrda afternoon Â·Uoyd Vi Coates of Chalk Hill en listed through Board No 5 as a motor mechanic yesterday He will leave tomorrow for S\n Antonio Lewis Colbert of Dickerson Run and George S Moore of Vandorbilt left today for the same place baring enlisted as chiuffeuri The forme r was at one time a chauffeur for General Pershing on the border RECEIPTS TOTAL 1579 Goo* Sum Is Turned (her to Red Croii From "Spring .Bonnet" Pla A check for $57") 58 bis been turned in to the Connellsville Chapter of the Red Cross by Mrs K M Snvder chairman of the committee under whose auspices the Spring Bonnet was held at the high school several weeks ago There is still about ?12 outstanding in advertisements which will be co! lected immediaiely and turned in to the chapter nasium Tbe two teams have been m the ^ame all season and are pretty e\enlj matched. The Scottdale girls lately have been d under be direction, of C E of the Scottdale "i M C A. and are developing some good passing Tho Lad Maccabee team is rouudmg oot its second year on the 1 ocai floor and dur ng tbe past two weeks has been playing a much improved game There is, much rivalry existing between the two teams and he ScoU dale girls are being backed bv everv- one in. the mill town A large pennant bearim; the words Champions 1H? lT will be given to the winner of the game The Ladr Maccabees es pecialh desrre to cop this banner thev -wish to place it in a promm- rhompson Trustee*; Seek Permission cnt PÂ° wti Â° n at a banquet the team tx to Dispose of Greene Connty Coal pects to hold at lbo close oÂ£ the sea Trustee*, in the bankrupt estate of J V Thompson of I u ion town have Wed in *,, inlted States district,^^^"abun^ntte^when court in Putshurg a petition asking , majl st u , **""* permission for the silo of C reene! county coal Ian db owned by Mr game for the girl championship of | sfate muustnes according to a Reuier layette-'Westmoreland counties next' dispatch from Petrograd dated Tnes- M'ednesda.T. at tbe high school gym- WANT SALE PERMIT ison The game will ho pliyod under A. A. ' U rules and the girls have already Thompson but subject to bear* cumb^anc T* I pdtral Judge Charles P Orr signed an order rpqmnng the referee in bankruptcy to fix a dai for a hearing in order that Jie holders of all liens raa appear anti give tbtir copsent to the proposed sale Negotiant ns are under way for thu U-BOAT LOSSES HEAVY America and Enciand Thpn Fas(*r Tlian They're Being Built. Bv A**scM.Utea Prcis IXNDON March 6 -p or some mdnths w e be icve that WL and the Ajicncans lia\e been s uk ng subma dav had started to leave the capital from which the population also is fleeing hastily The Bolshevifcl go-v- ornnaent is to declare Moscow the Russian capital and Petrograd a free port ALLEN LDfER CAIX^AKIAS CTVK BT TORPBTK). IjONDON March 6 --Official announcement was made bv the admir- aJtv today that the Bntish armed mercantile cruiser Calganan was tor pedoed and sank on March 1 officers and 46 men were l"st Two The Allen liner Calgarian, was a vessel of 17 515 torn, gross 568 feet long and 70 feet beam She was built m Glasgow m 3914 There are no pubhc records of *he recent move ments of the Calgauan which for some tree has been in the service of *be British government The last report given out concerning the liner was in Apnl 1916. when she sailed from Hal fax for England NEW YORK \farch 6--The Allen liner Calganan torpedoed off the Irish coast has been for some months serv- Bntish cruiser converted from the status of a merchantman, con\owng /*argo ship*; bet-,.-pen Brit ish ports and Nova Scot a according to officers here of the Canadian Pacific Ocean ^er\-ce or the \llcti 1 ne. Limited owncis dor that the property miy posed at v,nh clujr title be VRTILLERT BATTLE 0 1UST rBO\T WITH THL Wli.RIC\.\ AKM1 IN FH-VNCL Mirch 6 --Dunne last night normal drnlle-T fisUmg contiau- blanket sal 3 of tne propcrt) b i t br I rmea as fau as they are buil de fore the*SL can be closed and the balej c ^ a r e ^ S' r Uric O\.ddes first lord o f , be made it Is necessary for Jie trus *= Admiralty djsci-bsing the subma tes to get 78 holders of morlgages rme situation in the House qf Com and 1 5SO jjiigmenl holdirs to rchn- quish te-nprranl thoir claims m or Submarine Â»ere being dcstroved in increasing numbers he continued and cd and pai^ol par-ie ue'-e actnc on I as the netbocls employed aga list tho Amciican ec or norths e^t of I hem w o r t developed the numbers Toul but there Â» t r e no pngasrTients would be enlarged still further There \ chvhth i n _ -n, aeroplane was a growing reluctance on Ibt p trt suooptd down on 'it \mencii lines or German ciews to pu to *ea. The 1 LI \\v; d r n e n olf hi inti-aircraft and cun ii-i i o-c i cou n bring Tccl3^ an ohser\aÂ° GAS MASK DRILL 4t tamp Hancock Develops Some chances ibat a submarine would Quick fto)5 in the HOfb iltglmenU i turn Tom a ovage in the -waters [Members of the 110 h Infantry and around Lugland were one n four o- other organizat-ons at Camp Hancock ' one in fl\e are being thoroughly drilled in hand ling gas masks The cas school must be attended b all 1 rom the com mandang officer Lo the private re- ~T~, L * ., i_ gardless or what arm of branch of tho I In ] ict Â«" "IT '" ,Â±" 4l i", *^ h service they are in each must learr J1 ' Fo Â°' ^mmi.tration Order. to put on a mask in not lebs than I The r Â° od Vdtomi'.irition h iÂ« in- eigbt seconds Until he can makt nounced Jiat bakers mi t o n t m u i to USE OF RYE EOUR u u h u cu i^ i,to u^t lion ballooi \\tni 1.11 \ 1 t -U U t " \\ inn ri. it - *mr. c-Â»t u l 1 x,r ~, halloo" ^ITU x uv of w h r -,t it ki i n !-4k of o S"-^ ume v b K h his HV o pro'eci the Serpeant Rolt!er "Return^, Sergeant 41bert Rottler son of Mr and Mrs E Rott er in training at Camp Lee Va. returned to tne camp tonight aftei being home on a two days furlough Hfe came here to take Thomas "Williams arrested as a deserter bacfc to the camp Snow and colder tonight mtich colder in south Thursday fair except snow on Lake Erie colder in south portion is the noon weather forecast for Western Pennsylvania Temperature JEecord. 1918 1917 Afainnum 66 34 ' Minimum. TM 50 14 Mean . --58 2^ The Yongh nv^r rose duung the from 510 feet to 530 feet. such a -ecord he is not considered qualified for dutv in the trenche r Many of the members of the 110th regiment can put on a mask in six seconds from the tinae the signal is given and a few have made eM,n a bet ler 'Â·ecord AUTOiST ARRESTED Young 31 on JPavs Sfi Jor Tnrmng Cax Jn Lrawfonl \Tftnue. Garibaldi Femello left a ?5 forfeit with Patrolman D H Turner yestei- da morning after he had been arrested for turning a machine he was dru- mg in "West Crawford avenue He was also charged vuth being disorderly Five prisoners faced Mayor John Iuggan this morning three getting 48 hours each and another "2 hours paid a ?3 fine Oae In Flttiborg Hospifal Miss MaraUojd SUllwagon a grand daughte r of Mrs Belle Stillwagon of Lincoln avenue was admitted to St Joseph s hospital Pittsburg t h Â« niorn-ng to undergo an operation Sbs was accompanied by her aunt Mrs Ella Mae Johnson Preaches nt Dnnbar. Rev LeivTS B ^Taittemore of Calvary church Pittsburg occupied the pulpit of St John s in the Wilderness Episcopal church at Dunbar last eve nlng use n e flo ir ab a \Uieat flam u tute in \ ictnri bread un il Mari but not beond tha da t Tin nouncemort advises biktri nsii % DONALD REID CALLED UronauUcs no fiour as a substittiu to SUMIU othÂ» r wheat flour sitbM tu es to t iki ti p!ax:e as no furtbct extension o p tUt period with n -which. r\e flou nm ht used as a substitute will bi i-i In the Dating regulaiiors Februarv 1 the use of ^e flo u Â·~l III I 1 1 r n i 1 1 r i n t ^ I l i r , ul 1111 tin w i substitute was limited to tho ] i - ! u i l A \ i t h i i ending Ma-cn 1 The decisinu to g r a n t s K i l i l Mi-* 1 ' ' ' , h... in t h t UA! i C urn an extension to ^Sirth 31 was -each xl . t i because m some section" ot Ilie inm- tr T^here other substitut s nu not j yet available ne fiour can be - u c u r i iwrt at VYintMou vhiml Minh n ml t Ku soj ,,f \\ r x j ^ t W i - t I r - u h t r u t hii becai M it irv \cronautics u -si \ f r aviation Keiu is now iu Pi ts- LIJÂ» p \ u i l uo-k. in con- .u it on \urk Â» Uumiit 01 1 Donald 1U s t\so sons have join- Kciinuh \ Reid wno n i i ' i o n service is loll( i\\ooil Tort \Vorth, or l Mr MASS FOR SOLDIERS ALBERT ROSE WRITES To Be Hild m Iminianlnti ( o i H ( | U Â« n Chnicli 1-rlilnj High inas will 10 n U l i r a u d 1 rl dav mornicr it S oc'oclt m ilu liu maculate C oncap*iou church b\ Rt \ Father Jobs T Bur is toi tho V.U- Eare of the joung men of thff r u n t i l l parish who haie joincil 110 colois oi tne countrv The number of the j o u n g men of the parish -who are in tbe seivlce ib ibout 70 Ail parents as well is friends of the soldiers boE are invited Gix-fi TVith Tl est Ponn. Afiss Anna Schlinger has resignt o as cashier at the E Dunn store to ac j l u u m l K , i H i t n i n n u r Htiinl oi IBS- (inin sinUnp ID I mno. Mi anil M i s r C ilose of North 1 i istmij; street this norning recei%ed tli ic Indus fiom ttiei- son Albert itos w 1 o Is \\ ith the 23rd Engineers ionuTOhuc !u i ranee sayicg thit ha b i d a safe journci and did not learn ot the 5,111k ng of the Tuscama until his arrival o\er thÂ«.re The letter sUtcs that the hbuses tht?re which are mosth farm dwell- mgi arc nearlv all built of brick and cement. You see \ery few Â£ram? hoube he say? 5"o Hogs in Cniontown. There will be no hogs in Uniontown cept a position with the West Penn Council last night refused to let down Rail-ways companj | the Tjars to permit "-war poriera."