The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 11, 1918 · Page 2
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March 11, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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.PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COTTRIBR, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, MARCH 11, £:' $~-.^ I?" . £?·' Si:.. .fer COAL GAS NOW USED AS SUBSTITUTE FOR GASOLINE IN MOTORS Curled ia ».System of Storage ; Xpiw BHS; Pl»a is" ~ '../"·:--".-SiiiewsfcLl. A WAR 1 TM INVENTION »* Develops 90 Ce»t of tk» Tower Obtained Bngfew Vscs Usual Graae*. _;_ Remarkable inogrtss Is being'made j -.-:!«"the application i* coal gas to' · motor cars, LondoB.l.autompbUe- ex-1 parts' say. Three 1 main systems arej ' J»T»BabIe, viz: Ga*_l)ae Storage .at low. prnsure, "bolster" '. storage at" me*; iinn -pressure, and metiil tank, storage at-JUcfc prewurt ·"-'-·' : -- - ~ Th» simple gas bag is .at present the firorite type, and very considerable improvement has ,eea made in its deSsa and fitting. The gas bolster is a TficepUcle built on the lines of a piiSiniatlc tire. It con safely withstand- considerable gas pressure,, and now~~t)Mi metals are so scarce-there in nra-h to be said In favor of the mbfcer and-fabdc_gas container. · _^a:7a result of ·restrictions imposed by ffie'Bnslish gov.ernjnent.on. the use bT-~Kasoline for motor vehicles coal gai^Ts being utilized in that country -w-fu«l to an increasing extent It Is reported that the'neir" scheme \ras -sttanti in Jaucestr,- and--the sac- fa* at the first experiments wan roch.Uiat the Idea has been widely adopted. · l..the commercial part of Lanca~ alifirV shops are-Deins taken to' pro- vfde'ekarsiiiE stations so distributed thai^rehicles need'never be in ore than ^fivijjaaes from a fresh supply, while .thai movement is similarly spreading ,tbnoglioit industrial Torkxhire, and 3B.Grttt£ow it Is meeting with appred- Th» project was indorsed at a re- e«r.t meeting at Nottingham ot the Motor Trade Association. It is an- ticipited garages throughout England wflj^soon be in a position to supply recharges of coal gas. -- 7 ; ; 'In rriew . of Use development caji- ·iderable attention bas been given.".to the 'construction of suitable contain^ era." "The ase of steel tanks has been generally abaadozioed, as the strength required to compress 250 cubic feet of ga»-^U»e amount required to equal a gallon of gasoline--could be supplied'.only 'by tanks weighing more than 500. pounds. Another disadvantage · of the com- pr*s«*p» iris-thfr jittendant likelihood, in' low temperatures, that the gas would turn to liquid. The ordinary 'arrangement is described by a writer in the Scientific American as consisting of a gas bag made of balloon fabric fastened to B light wooden rack on top of the car. N A. supply pipe usually runs down the edge of the "wind shield on the carburetor side of the engine and discharges the gas directly into the carburetor or tirto the intake pipe; near the carburetor.. The danger of^back flare is obviated by a check.Valve,". In the same pipe, back of the check. valve, is a connection for tie-gas supply main,to be used,when the gas bag is filled--an operation requiring., about 20 misntes. It is admitted that an engine driven ·with coal. gas develops about 90 per cent of .the power that is obtained irlien if'is 'driven with -gasoline and that to get' 'the best rcsuls the engine must be driven at a high speed. It has been suggested, however, that an arrangement by which a "small supply of acetelene gas could be regulated and mixed with coal gas at the carburetor would strengthen the explosion and supply the necessary "kick." Dav/son. DAWSON, farc!t U.--Mrs.- Thomas. : Schuyler of Bast Liberty was the guest'o* friends in McKeesport, Friday. Mrs. Clarance ilcGfll aod Mrs. A. J. Manning wer recent Pittsburg visitors. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Knight, of 0ick- erson Run. spent Sunday at the home of the flatter's sister, Mrs. "Wm. Shan- non.Toun-gstown, Oliio. Mrs. M. J. Gibbcns and son, Emiaett, and Air. and Mrs. John C. Durbin, were Saturday Pitsburj; visitors: . Charles Hhinecardc 'was a Pittsburg business caller Saturday. The Junior HeL Cross is being organized in the 'local schools. It is urged -that ail scholars join in this --good-work.-' - ··Frank-Van Horn was a Connells-' ··_·__ vill§ caller Saturday. 4-;...' . .li.S. ^tellinger WES transacting business ' t n'Tittsburg Saturday. ... -.., .Patronize those who advertise. . Try Musterole. See How i ... Quickly It Relieves ; · You just rub Mi:stero!e in briskiy, and : ·raally the pain io gone--a delicious, : toothing comfort comes to take its place, i Musterole is a clean, white ointment, ; Biade with oil of mustard. Use it instead i The GARDEN of SPRING STYL Here we present a beautifid picture of a beautiful garden--an authentic picture of one of the entrancing sunken gardens of Hampton Court, famous through English history and scene of a thousand gatherings of fashionables. As this garden depicted here is most beautiful in Spring, so is it most typical of the introduction of Spring's beautiful fashions. The style sections of the store are veritable gardens of Spring styles- gardens crowded with the buds and blossoms of the Easter modes. It is not merely a beautiful spectacle, but it is an educational style event, where one who is observant may learn not only fundamentals of the new styles, but a great many of its clever ideas introduced into the incidentals or accessories of the fashions. 191; 61i "The Store Ahead" Ike HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE lZ9to!33 N PlTTSBURG St. CONNELLSVILL.E. PA. ' Butterick Patterns Confluence. ole and recommend it to their patierts They will gladly tell you what reliaf it gives from sore throat, bronchitis,, croup, itiff neck, asthma,'neuralgia, congestion, ptcurby, iheumatisni, lumbago, pains and aches of the bac ' ' tntw^fir bruiats. colds of the ' pneumonia). ._ . . _ . . SO »«d60c jars; hospital sia:i2.5a ! L. Pi-att, of ^ieyin'sdaie. Pa., is visiting I her friend, .Mrs. H. P. Meyers ai pres- ; eat. | P. ,3. Weyand, Baltimore Ohio by being hit or, the Sead ivith a piece . of timber-is again able to'resume his : work. ! Miss Reba Pore who ieacbes school I at lit. Pleasant. Pa.,'visited her par- j ents her over Snnday. Her. H. G. Trimmer went to Indian Greek, Pa,. Saturday to hold services, Miss Jennie SeoU went to Somerset, Pa., Saturday to ^sit friends. Mrs. "Raymond Reynolds and two children are visiting friends in Pius- ; burg. ' Miss Netie Manst one of our teach! ors .visitt'd her home In Meyersdale, ! over Sunday. i ! . J. D. Angustine, a leading resident j I oC Adctison, Pa., was a reoenr business i visitor, to Somerset; Pa. ·· ·' Miss Thea U'alton has returned i ; from a visit with her mother and j I brothers at East Pittsburg, Pa. .-; i Mrs. M. T. Lancaster has returned ; i to !i«r home in Harnedsville, Pa., at- j i tc-r visiting friends in Coanellsvilte. \ : Russell Youukin baa returned from ; a visit with his brother, Alfred, in BALD HEADS Get clown to business. This is not a joke. Anyone in Scottdale will tell you our remedy will grow Hair ond Bald Heads. W j-f FY*v»«f · n.. » wjrjsft. Sco(.td:iJo's Drug-gist. 'F YOU H A V E ANYTHING FOR SALE TRY OUH CSNT-A-WORD If You Know u Briflsli or Cnnadiiin Subject Who Ought To Kc IMnlne In Tins War hi Tins War G I V E US HIS SAME Name _ _ Address ,, _ __ Where Employed _.... Try our classified ndvcrtisements. PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPEBJL Cnt this out and forward to the British and Canadia Kecruiting aiissiou. Kmithlield ;md Fourth Ave., Pitts burgh. I'd.

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