The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 6, 1918 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 6, 1918
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KGE TWO. THE DAILY COUTUER, CONNELLSVILUE, PA. r/SDNESDAT, MARCH 6, 1915. ;Suiltn Brotherhood -of iI^brojcitTraiiimen · will meet tomorrffiKattenwon .at 2 o'clock a^ hslfc"'' -A"U 'members.. are. '/re- : to .atteidxVs.Jitne : meeting. Is oae of impcirtaficecinitUtion ot mem- 3 b«rs ,. ., ., . Albert "Durie-Kas'-bosie-ss "at '£ . ' wore, a'bine traveling suit, a .hat- to 7 .-match and a corsage of sweet'peaf.- Sfr. Huey is connected -with-lhe-Huey- and McBride Insurance andjseaj Easlate company. Followins:the_ceremony Mr. and;Mrs. Huey. lefj.for a; wedding, trip. -After ; April .1 · they.iTfiitbe -.aV.home in Con- nejlsville."··: · · · delightful meeting of tiie.Greenwood | "' . Tlans for.icreating a greater· Inter- 'csfin'Uie work'of the B. Y. P;'TJ. of the Firs£UapUst clturch, wer made at an. important meeting of the society ·held last-evening in the-church. The young people-.of-the church' -were divided-into four--divisions and begin- teraooa-at her home- -in Morr'ell · ave- niie, Greenwood. Twelve "members' and four guests were ·'presented andj spent a most enjoyable afternoon, soldiers^and- ;sailors, icipal atnosements. Mrs. Henry Rhodes, tie retiring .president, 1 was presented 6y the clob-with:iotted .each-diTis_ion-will alternate ia taking plants. The guesta were'Miss Bums, charge ot the Sunday-evening-mect- FOUR MEN HURT IN EXPLOSION IN MINE; INJURI^NOT SEVERE Accident Happens *t riant of Washington Herd Sear IVest Fcna Poirer Honsc. Four men, all Americans, were slightly injured this morning as the result of a small explosion of gas at tho Paddock mine, just cast. of the West Penn power plant, 'the mine, which is owned by Washington Herd, is only a small one. About six men are employed. Following the explosion the injured men walked to the- street car sod came to Connellsville where their injuries were dressed by a physician. The cause of the explosion is not known. DEEPEST WELL IN THE WORLD BEING DRILLED IN W. VA. ning'jwTth tiifr first Sunday in April of Mount Pleasant, a sister o£ the hostess. Mrs. Daniel -Durie, Mrs. J. W. Kau4man.-aad.-Mrs: "Herbert Semones.' Mrs.'Matthew "Crowley will "enteria" the dob Tuesday afternoon, April 2. At a delightful knitting" party given : 'Wit'evening by Miss Katharine Mayo at th«.hom*o:. Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll -iM. South. ProaBSCt. street,, annpunc- ment ol the engagement of Miss Anna ings. Leaders of the divisions were, follows: No. 1, Miss Alma T.ennant; Tsb. 2, JQss.Rutli Robinson; No."3. ifiss Pearl WitmanrNo. 4, James Fornwalt. Leaders of the Sunday -evening" meetings during this month are as follows: March 10, Miss Ruth Robinson, assisted by Miss Caroline Tennant; March 17, Miss Alma BENEFIT PLAY SUCCESS Goodly Sura Healixed From Present*- tatioii of "The Auction J!1odc." "The Auction Block" presented yesterday afternoon and last evening at the Paramount for the benefit -of the soldiers, sailors a n d - t h e Jewish war sufferers, was witnessed by record breaking crowds ac all performances. While the exact amount of the receipts is not as yet known, a large sum was realized. ~ Mrs. H. P. Snyder and Mrs..Morris Smith, who were at the head of the benefit, are enthusiastic over the stic- man. Rev. Wilbur Nelson, the pastor. Isabelle Reynolds, daughter of Mrs. i will have charge of the Easter serv- "I«iriee~Heyho]ds, 10 S. Irvine Shortess ice. iliss Stella gtauffer was appoint"bf WJHies-Bmrre, was announced. The ed to provide special music. date of the wedding was not .innounc- ed, Miss Reynolds is. domestic science · twcher in ttw high school and is very popular among her many friends. She was graduated from Temple University, Philadelphia, u»d has beerr a member of the high school faculty tor nearly,, .two terms.,,. Her fiance i» Tennant; March 24 ifiss Grace· Work- i cess with which it met and greatly appreciate tho assistance rendered them by the genera! public. Delightful features of the benefit was solos-by Miss Mary McDonnell, .accompanied by Miss Hilda Soisson, pianist, and John Kiferle, violinist. ootrr. About- 26 WlUtes-Bme . tn««ta"ittt«iiled the party. "A daintily appointed luncheon was served by the "fioste««. Chwcb toQMJl 10W Epiacoval church. Aid ' society -will ta7 will be at the Fint obeerved Methodist Tfee ladies' meet at 10.30 X M.-, th« 'Woman's Foreign Missionary society M 1.30 P. M, and the V«anan'» Home Missionary society at 3 o'clock.: laacb will be served from 11 to 1 o'clock. Mr. s . Thomas, of Shadj-p*rk,-J»orth . Braddock. Pa., have sBBOUDcecl7 th-e engagement. . ot- their aaugKter 'Miss Evelyn Marie Thomas to Ward W. Trestle, son of. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Trostle, of , .. StoyestpTO. ______ "·" ~-Hrs. John M. Young will entertain the Friday Afternoon Bridge Whist ·- '"club ^Friday afternoon" at i o'clock at her home In Bast Green street. Six new members were initiated at the regular meeting of tho Woman's .-Benefit Association of the Maccabees ; ""held last evening in Maccabee hall. A membership campaign, beginning at · once and ending; July 1, was planned, following an announcement of -a-frec : trip to. Port Huron, Mich.. offejrtbT ; ·» supreme-'offlce to the lodge -'.securing; memberships amounting to $12,000.^ -Ar meeting will will be held.'.Ttrnrsdav night at the home of Mrs. Mary Mos-; ley, 406 Baldwin avenue, to ..form .a- knitting class. All members are' invited. Members will attend a patxio- !ic rally to be held March 11, 12, and 13, in Pittsburg, -closing. on the.evenr ·ng of the 13th. -with" a-ecepfi6n. at Carnegie-Music hall. Gu'efts or honor ·vill be Miss Bina M. West, of Port Huron, Mich., supreme · commander, . and Miss Nellie E. Lounsbnry, of Warren, Pa,, great commander. The annual concert of the orchestra of the First Methodist Episcopal. Sunday school hejd last evening in the : church, under the "direction "of Frank · Hardy of Scottdale,- -was- a wonderful success. Many music levers from Connellsville- and vicinity were pres- PERSONAIA L. H. Elpern is in New York on a buying .trip. Miss Marie Mcpoy, of Lincoln, Neb., is the guest of Airs. B. F. Jones, of. Cedar avenue. Tho best to shop after all. -Brttwnell Shoe .Co. -- Adv. ;atr. and Mrs.' R, H. Michael and children, of Latrobe,"have returned' home after a visit with Mrs. Michael's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Goldstonei of Lincoln avenue. Those good looking glasses were fitted by Dr. A. S. Tncker, Optometrist, fitted .by Dr. A. L. Tucker, Optometrist, 105 S. Pittsborg street.-- adv. 6-3L Mrs: Jesse Orbin, of Uniontown, has returned home after a visit with Mrs. Bert Marshall. Mr...aitd" Ifrs. Charles Blerer hare returned' b6me"'after a visiti with Mrs. Elmer Dunn of Uniontown. all know 'there is a war going on, but not brace up and dress up."and forget our troubles? Dave Cohen. Tailor:--Adv. Miss**' I*eooa Feaiiennaa visited friends in Uniontown. .· Mrs. John MteBurney and-daaghter, of Scottdale, were Conncllsville shoppers Monday. Broken lenses duplicated, save the pieces.. Dr.'A. L. Tucker, Optometrist, 105 S. Pittsburg street--adv. 6-3t Alex Moore, of Barnesville,^p., is the guest of his son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Moore, of Lincoln avenue. There arc thousands of men all over the coke region wearing clothes made here! ~W~by not you? Davo Cohen, Tailor,--Adv. Miss Lettie Dull and sister, Jtiss Alberta Dull, have moved from Eighth street, Greenwood, to' th"e Florence Smutz apartments, in Crawford ave- 'nuc, West Side. SATTSGS AST OUR COITSTBY. Dollars Are Like TV«f Strips,' and Shells ; In Our Fight for liberty. .' Any citizen;may: be sfl-e that every tollar that is saved ami deposited- in a Savings Account, paid for Certificates or Thrift Stamps in winning the war. Your money is our Nation's wealth. It is always yours, but when in circulation, it helps to finance our government. Certificates grow into more money and a Savings Account earns interest. You are the gainer. Come to the front, if you can't go to the. front The Citizens National Bank will serve you. 138 N. Pittsburgh street, Connclsville.--adv. ent and were derj§htea--«iUi-th«-pro- gram, which -" so.ab'S r ? n .*?r ( ?^- ' Br - T em P le Candidate for Re-Election. Dr. Heorj- W. Temple, member of congress from the -W"ashingtori-Beav- er-Lawrence district, and former chaplain of tie Tenth. Ecgiment, National Guard of Pennsylvania, is'a candidate for re-election. He has been mentioned as successor to Dr. F. W. Hinit, president o£ Washington Jefferson college, whose resignation takes effect in June. Miss Ruth C. I/qng,' daughter ot Miv: ami Mrs. Ora C. Ixmg "oi Ducbar, and Ear! B. Huey. son of J.'r. and Mrs. Clark'Kney of ConnellKville, were isa^ri«i this afternoon ai 3.30 o'clock in the parsona.^ of the T'Dlted.Breth-.i ren church in -Lincoln avenue, Rev. J. .S. Showers, the 1'Hstor. 'officiating. Owing to the absence of tile bride's brother, J. .Paul Long, who is somewhere in France, thb w»dding was I - Patronize- those- who .advertise. WANT STANDARD COVERS Some Ambulance Coverings Turned io to Bed Cross Are 'Coo large. In order to avoid undue confusion and unnecessary work .on the part of members of the Rerf Cross making ambulance covers, tbe locai chapter announces that the standard size Js 1% by *y, yards. Some persons liave been making them larger, which requires work that is necessary. The chapter also culls attention to the misuse of the flag by some members. Flags should not be used in making * ne covers as it Is considered a disrespect, to lay it oa he floor or over any object. Some members have used flags to "touch .up" their ambulance covers. Continued f^om Facro One. gas pool in the Clinton sand it may lead to tiie development of new oil or gas reserves, and if subsequent tests are successfxrt it may open a w era in the history of the Appalachian oil and gas region. The possibility of discovering such oil and gas deposits, comprising new reserves hitherto unknown, is the justification of the great cost and labor of driliin.5 the Goff well, though the best skill of the nation may be required to reduce the cost of drilling very deep wells to a point at Which, such work ·will be economically practicable. If tbie boring 'ends in disappointment it is probable that similar wildcat tests will be made in other districts until the oil men are tfai.isficd that the Quest is hopeless, but if this deep wildcatting meets success the entire nation will welcome a most timely as well as valuable addition, to its petroleum resources, and the gasoline consumer may well rejoice at the prospect of new, even if limited, supplies of high-gasoHne Appalachian oil. - At the samo time natural gas consumers may have reason to hope that the supply is not as near exhaustion as has.been supposed. ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY Xusical Guardsmen TTill Be a Popular Attraction at High School. The Musical Guardsmen, in the seventh number on the high school entertainmnat course, will appear here "Fridny evening at the high S school. The company is known as the singing orchestra and every member of it is a skilled musfcian. Any number of musical instruments feature in the entertainment of the evening. In addition to the Instrumental numbers on the program the company gives sevral vocal selctions of ducts, quartettes, and sextettes. HOWtARD QVBRHOLT A1ARKLE Howard Overholt Marklc, 36 years old, a former well known druggist o£ the "West Side, died yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Mercy hospital, PHlsburg', of heart trouble. Air. .Markle had been ia poor health for the | past month and on last Friday hi: fatlicr look him to the hospital for ] medical treatment. The body arrived I here this afternoon and was removed 1 by Funeral Director J. E. Sims to the family residence No. 337 Xorth Sixth street, "West Side, Notice of funcnd later. Mr. JVCarkle was born December j 18, 1881, a. son of George A. and Emma ; P. MarkJe. Virtually all his life was spent in Uie West Side, where he was known and liked by practically everyone. He was a jovial disposition and won the friendship and esteem of all with whom he came in contact. Do- ceased was graduated from the old New Haven, high school, u member of the class of J90G. Later he entered the College ot Pharmacy in Philadelphia, graduating from there in 1903. Following his graduation he .opened a drug store in the building on Craw-ford avenue, "West Side, where his father now conducts a wall paper store and real estate business. Some Ume ago i he disposed ot his drug business and : at the time of his death he was associated with the Hart-Marklc Coat and Mining company ac. West. Newton, In addition to his parents he is survived by, one sister, Mrs. Frank Husband of Pittsburg. %v '/ "The Store ffRfjg' Ahead" The HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 133 N PITTSBURG St. CONNELLSVILIF'. Buttericl-c Patterns EVANGELISTIC CAXPAJGX. To .B(' OrmtinniMl Thronghont the M"eck TTlUi Rev; Knapp rronching. Evangelistic services will be continued at the United Brethren church all this week with services tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. W. A. Knapp will speak. He spoke last night on. "The Source of L-ife." " Bible conference were held this afternoon at 2;30 o'clock- 3fUsnd and Strawn TvcaTC. James Strawn and "William Nttand left yesterday afternoon for Pittsburg where *they expect to receive transportation to ColunVbus, O. The two youths had enlisted in the medical department of the army at Uaiontown. CHARLES P. Following . a lingering illness Charles P. Connell, 32 .years old, one of the best known residents of Dunbar, died yesterday morning in the Somerset hospital. .Mr, Council sut- tered a stroke OIL paralysis about 15 months ago and about six weeks ago he was removed to the Somerset hospital for treatment. Deceased was born at Dunbar November 25, 1885, and resided there all bis life. He was the son. of Patrick and Julia Connell and was next to the oldest of a family of seven children. .In addition to his parents he is survived by one sister. Miss Anna Connell at home, and the following brothers: Thomas B., of Faimiont; James V,, Edward, anil William at home, and Michael of Morgantown. Tho body arrived at Duu- bar last evening and was removed by 3tiss Miss Sadie Goldatonc of Lincoiti avenue, who under went: an operation for appendicitis at the Uniontown hospital, is getting along nicely. She expects to fcg able to return home this week. Scants to Attend Serrices. Troop I, Dunbar Boy Scouts, will meet at headquarters .in the Baptist church "Wednesday '.evening at 7:15 o'clock to 'go -in a bodr to the M. P. church. - "· - · , _ Jf Ton Are Hunting Bargains Head the advertising columns of The .pally Courier.. .You will find them. ,716,000,000 Pounds of Flour Saved .-. '· ; if each of our 22,000,000 families use this recipe instead of white bread. · , ... 4 One loaf saves 11,000,000 pounds; "-three loaves a week for a year means 1,716,000,000 pounds saved! x Enough to Feed the Entire Allied Army Corn Bread With Rye Flour 1 twpoonuh 1 op milk 1 «» ' 2 tablMpooa* bortaiiin( B*:l«r flool or oat (loni OOLJ b. oxd liutwd of 17. fltmr with eatnUr good . _ teroltt. Sft iij tegr«li.noi Into bo*l; «dd milk, bcaun »gg nod melltd Ihorttiving. Stit w.Il. Pnt Into'gr«s«d p^VBlow to sand, in w»rm plac. 20 10 25 mlimtM cuxl b«k. In oren 40 to 43-minutu. OuritorKed, ffhitt tndBlm booklet, "BestWar Time Recipes," many other rtcipa (or making deltaaui and wholesome »/i«f saving food*, mailed free--addras ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO n ~Dept H, 135 Winim St, New York FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR READY FORJXT.H.S. Locals Jvxpooi l-o Trim Townsbip j Team at Leiscnring Friduy. ! Alter coming within an "ace" of do-': feating the Duqnesne high school, the i fastest in the Pittsburg district. Sat-( urday night, tho Cnnne]Lsvj]JE hish i haskebati team does not expect tg bo I defeated again this season. The | team goes to Dunhar tovrnship Fri~' day for a return game with that team j there and on the following day w i l l ! play German township high here. This afternoon the varsity five.' playod against a picked team chosen ; from tiie city league by Coach A?-; dcrfer. ! t Pure Chewing Gum 4 Mothers Should sc that the \vholo family take at least 3 or -i of a thorough, purifying, system cleaning medicine this spring. Now is tlic time. The family will bo healthier, Puncral Director J. R. Foltz to the i Pi« r . aucl S ct along bettor if the blood j Council home, from where the funeral ! = SiTM" a thorough purifying, .the will take place Friday morning at stomach anei bowels cleaned out, and ' S.30 o'clock. Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock from St. Aloysina Catholic church a Banbar. CAPTAIN J. M. HUSTBAJO. Captain James -\f. Hustcad, one of. the oldest and most prominent residents o£ Uniontown, died this morning at Clearwatcv, Ma, Captain Hustead was in poor health when he left for the south last [all and this week his condition became serious. Deceased was born near Smitufield. September 18, 1827,- and for many years was in business ia Uniontovrn. la 3873 he became .manager of a general store at Dunbar furnace, purchasing the business in 18T6 and in 3890 admitted Isaac-W. a partner. Two years prior to this in 1888, the firm ot Husiead, Seroans company had been formed and a general dry goods business established. Mr. Hustead was the owner ot extensive fartn and coal lands in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. 9 HARRY B. GUTHRIE. Harry Edward Guthrie, nine months old, sou of G. R. and E l v a i Miller Guthrie, died morning at £ho family residence, No. 1209% Chestnut street, following an illness of whooping cought and pneumonia. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock from the house, and the) interment will be private. Rev. EHis B. Burgess, pastor, of the Trinity Lutheran- church, will officiate. the germs of winter, accumulated in j the system, driven away.' Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is one of the very best and surest spring medicines to take. Get it and see the difference in the whole family. THeir color will be better, they'll fee! fine and be well and happy. Connellsville Drug Co.-Adv. Plays at Brownsville. George William Massey has returned to Scottdale after spending several! days at Brownsville where ho played with the Brmynsvillc orchestra amtj"-- ~~ ~~ rendered three violin solos at the Red BAISTISKSS DOMIXA5T Cross, play, "Arizona," given by ihe reople of Brownsville as a benefit. School Donates $-2.40. A donation of S2.40 was received by the ConnellsvilJe Chapter of the Red Cross today from the students and teacher of the Indian Creek school. The school which contributed to the local chapter is in charge of H. C. Krepps. " Ui THIS PBET11' PHOfK. Firstborn H Son, A son was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Filce at their home at 128 South Pittsburg streei. The babe j is the Hrst. The mother was formerly Miss Etta McClintock, of Addison. RECEIPTS GIVEN The twists and atfcy.'i of rheumatic sufferers usually via!'] to the rich oil-food treatment in 3lrs. Bonn Coining Home. Mrs. T:: Scott Dunn, who has been ill at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Dr: and Mrs. Jesse Arnold in Philadelphia, accompanied by Mr. Dunn, will return to her Greenwood home tomorrow. -fl-«d i., C-uborlud. ' i when everything else fails. Besides Albert E. Stock of Greensburg and I Pf'P 1 "?. to P url fr a " d ennch the For Income iuid Oilier IVar Except IVhen Faid in Casli. Collector C. G. ixjwellj'n has nounced Uiat on account of the g aracuat o£ work in connection · the collection of income tax, the teral Revenue Department has cidefl to depart from the long es lished custom of giving receipts all payments of tax. -, Receipts will be given without I quest for all cash payments of inc j and excess profits tax made at tlm i tiling returns, but when paymen I made by check, draft, or money or j receipt will not be given unless : I requested by the taxpayer. It is believed taxpayers will re« tnat where payments are made draft, check, or money order, the mittance in itself is sufficient cvidt of payment of the tax and will request receipt. Crow Bnjs Farm. Tbe homestead and farm of Ja V. Robinson, consisting of 124 acre i Georges township, near Paircha i was sold yesterday at sheriff's sal' j John H. Strawn, receiver for the I I National Bank ot Uniontown, to S tor "William E. Crow for ?20,100. Florence E. Howard of Mount pleas- i blood Scott's strengthens the func- The dominant note in tb;spretty iit- ant were granted a license to wed in j tions to throw off injurious acids ale frock for a pretty little tot is one Cumberland. ,j an d is especially beneficial during of daintiness and charming sin-.pliciiy. ' changing seasons. Many "SUfe. i " is fasiioaed of plaid gingham, beau- doctors themselves take f% 'f 11 * stitched about the yoke fran ; 1 "" . the top of the skirt (o the collar. Col- : Coupon Bonds, Of the second Liberty Loan, I ready for delivery at the . First I'ticaal Bank--Adv.---',-Gt. Na- Scott's. Try It c, nioQuificid. N. i. C H I L D R E N ^X Should not be "dosed" for colds--Apply "ex- temally"-- ' lar of white and pockets are both due- | : orated with tiie name rjotiC.

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