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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 11, 1918
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SON1)AT, MARCH JL1, l'JJ.5. DAJJLI PAGE THREE. THRONG HONORS YOUTH LOST ON THE TUSCANIA ' Continued from Pape.One. Ifilford H. Glbsoy, Sergeant, 15th . and Mrs. W. 31. Powell gave a'church. Immediately after the ser- btaday party Saturday afternoon at "ices there vrill be a rehearsal of the ttw home in McCormici avenue in i entire choir. The vestry hoor of theift daughter, Phronie's j meet after the services, seaith birthday. A color scheme of pit and green *as charmingly car- rH out. Various games were play- edafter wich a d-untly appointed locbeon was served. · The table wag ottered -with a birth flay cake holdiag sfen pink roses in which weje placed asimilar number of green can'dles, scnificant of the birthdaly of the lit- 0 honor guest. Hanging from the i inter of the ceiling was a large pink ' ad green bell to which were attached will also The congregation of the Trinity Camp j Episcopal church is looting'-forward to a visit from the RL Rev. Cortlandt TOiitehead of Pittsburg some time m April. At the regular meeting of the Christian Endeavor society of the Methodist Protestant church held last Saturday evening at, Ihe home of Mrs. I Engineers "Somewnjre in France. I Albert T. Hemp, Camp Lee. Virginia. William F. Hoffrpan, Interpioter, Mi ' Itar ' 1o1l ce Force. Harry Reginald! Humphries. Lee, Virginia. | Ray D. Inglis, Navy. Charles Ray Kepner, Aviation Service. Norwin L. Kerr, M. D., .First Lieutenant, Medical Reserve Corps. George K. Lcssig, 100th Field Hospital' Camp Hancock. Charles A. Llewellyn, G'amji Lee, Virginia. Thomas A. Llewllyn, Company D., 20tb Engineers. S. T. Benford in North x Pittstiurg | balance oC the fund , ink aod green ribtov.s which extend- streel * lla - . , , . a to the favors, which were sm^l I Pledged the new Sunday school fund, ' ' ."/hite crocheted baskets tilled .'ink and white cac'dc". Miss Thelma with! 1 *" 18 paid off- The meet TMS vaa well attended. At the conclusion of the served tho lunclicon. Little Miss ..Phronie received a number of beau- *iltul and useful gifts. The guests iwero Eva, Valletta* Boyer, ·La,Vern Boyer. Evelyn Gordon,rEstner IKiiabursky, Sarah Sapolsky, "Eva 'Hortwitz, Katharine Showman, Leona Gorton, Thomas A^h, Paul Ash, Juliiij Gordon, "William Powell- Mrs. ' SapoVkyV Mrs. Ash and Mrs. Gordon. George Dewey Lloyd, Navy. Walter H. Lockard, Camp Leo, Virginia Clarence L. Longanctkor, Lieiuen- aat. Coast Artillery. Claude W. McKeu, M D., Captain -Medical Corps. Clayton C. Perry Medical Reserve. Eugene Perry, Sergeant. Camp Mr. Virginia. Stephen Leslie Richer SlSth lafan- try. Camp Lee, Virginia. Etlwaru L. Rutherford. N a \ y . Webster Stauffer, Camp Lr-e, Vir- The Ladies' Circle No. 100 to the i gmia. Phil E. Swartzwelder, Sergeant, business session ret i eshments trere served. .Mrs. A. W. BovnDan was hostesb at a delightful meeting of the Woman's club Saturday afternoon at her home in East Cedar avenue, Refreshments ·were served. Grand Arnry of .Meihers of the Woman's Benefit as- . i v . i i "sociabn of the Maccabees will mcet| Thurlay night at the, home of .Mrs. MaryMasley in Baldwin avenue to or- knitting class.. Tb.L- "W. class of the First Baptist cnrch wil; meet tomorrow evening i the home of Miss Grace .Means at Hlar Grove. A special meeting 'of th Mission Guild will he held Wed' everting ax vhe close o£ the reg- ul-aiprayen, service. the Republic will I meet Thursday afternoon In Odd Fel- Medical Department- JlOth Infantry. Meade Tannchill, Corporal, HOth Infantry, Camp Hancock. Ellsworth Thomas, 110th Uepment Bctnd (honorably dischargeci.) Judson T. Van Horn. UOtb Infantry, Camp Hancock. Paul G. Williams, First Company. 3rd Regiment, M. \L Clyde Zearie.v, U O t h Hegi-nent, ness Women's Jihle study of the Busi- Chrlstlan association will be held Thursday night in Odd Fellows' Temple, South Pittsburg street Supper will be served by Mrs. John Wilder, Mrs. I. W, Myers and Mrs. Charles Weisgerher of the Trinity 'Episcopal church. Camp Hancock. Mrs. Elizabeth Reed, one of the oldies* and best known residents of the I West Side will be S3 years old tomor- ,Te loung Ladies' Mission Guild of | mv an( , , n honor Q , the ' bapw oc . thrfrinlty Reformed courch will meet| casjon a fan)|ly dtaner wjl , be servc(L i'tfey ttight at the home of Miss| Her ,.,,3,. James B Reeo . the w c U G,ce Penrod on. the corner of Ninth k _ Down Ba ] tlmO re Ohio passenger ,eet and Leisenring avenue, Green- i conductori George Reed, and Charles TO-" 1 - ' 'Reed and their families, all residing ~~ 'in Pittsburg, will be present. The Prisci'Ja Sewing Unit to the - 5d Cross will meet Wednesday after-, Tne T j Hooper Bible class of the oon at the home of .Urs. C. \T._Er-i F i r a t p re sbyterian church will meet /act ia-Eaat Connellsulle to sew for t o n f g h l at 8 0 - clock m tne class room ae soldiers. The regular meeting ot i in t)]e c jj urcn . ;he Priscllla Sewing club will be held ] ' _ .Friday nighrt at the home of Mrs. John ( PERSONALS. S. McGinnte at Poprar Grove. · Mr SJiA Mr . Jonn Weat of Detroit. -- rilicn., who were called here by the The Woman's Home and Foreign \f,f:zSn of Mrs. C. W. Bettler, returned -Missionary society o f - the Trinity j home thls morning. FIREMEN HAVE A HARD FIGHT WITH BLAZE IN GALE Lutheran, church, will meet Thursday afternoon, at. the home of Mrs. J. H. Bitleaer in South Arch street. The J. O. C. Sr. class of the First Methodist Episcopa] church "will meet tomorrow night at the home of Misses Helen and Lulu Carroll In South Prospect street. All members are invited. Continued f-om Pace One bruises when he fell from a 12 foot laddei He had carried a hose to the top of the fruit store and was playing ] it on the blaze when the ladder tilted j backward, causing him to fall to the t street. He was not able to report, tor j work today. The building occupied by Ihe fruii store was owned by Henry \Veihe. Nothing but the foundation of it remains. Eevcry article m the little store was burned. Gigliotti estimates his loss in stock of groceries, fruits and tobacco at about ?1,500. This is partly covered by 'insurance. The fire in StahJ's plumbing shop was finally extinguished before it j gutted that building. The heat broke Aaron's extend a cordial invitation to all Fayette County Homelover's to attend the Annual Spring Exposition of 3high grade, reliable Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves and Housefurnishings to be held at their Store during the entire Attractively displayed is all that is new and worthwhile in Home- furnishings--six spacious Floors and Basement just Filled with timely suggestions that await your early inspection. Here you will find the newest productions of the World's Master Craftsmen--the very latest ideas put into actual practice--styles and designs that will not be found in other stores in this section of for perhaps another year to come. It's really a remarkable display of the better kinds of Homefur- nishmgs--a display that is both interesting and pleasing--one that you'll certainly enjoy seeing. Be sure to come in this week and look around--for you're just as welcome here whether you come to purchase or simply to look around. Connellsville's Reliable ^^ Homefurnishers Since 1891 Downs' clean-up sale of every winter shoe in their store for .men. women and children is now in full swing. Sale lasts all this week An opportunity to save some money. You always need shoes. Come early.-A -.--31-St. MSB Fannie Wilson visited friends 1 sevqral windows in the b u i l d i n g and ,n Pittshurg Saturday. . muc i, ,,f the stoc-k was soaked with The best-place to shop after all I water. The pet alligators have The G. L A. unit to '.he Charleston , Browne!! Shoe Co.--Adv. . be;n on exhibition in a tank In rvnc of the big display windows were paved. There is nothing to explain how the fire might have started. The only fire in the store was that in a small gas stove which Gigliotti always left burning at night to keep his stock Comforts Branch of tho Navy league' Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Philadelphia will meet Thursday night at the home ! returned hui ·- this morning after a ot Mrs. J. H. Bittaer :n South Arch 'brief visit her parents. Mr. and street to knit for the sailors. Mrs.' \Ivs. T. Scott Dunn of Eighth street. Edward .Marsh is chairman of the Xr. and ilrs. Jacob A. Zelmaa of Cleveland, O., have announced the en- gagenent of their daughter. Miss Lillian Jfetman, to Samuel Joseph Weinburger, cashier of the First National Uniontown. ing it here! Dave Cohen, Tailor.-Adv. Mrs. H. A: Dittraan of Duquesne, Pa., is visiting at the home ot Mr. and R. V. Rendine on Franklin avenue. Women--Have you been at Downs' 5hoe Store and taken advantage of Mr^and Mrs. W. D. McGinnis w i l l ' their sale of seasonable and stylish enterain the South Side Euchre club , footwear? The very best of footwear Greenwood. You need a new suit, for spring! Be 511 re and get a good one by order- Thuxilay night at their home m East XV'asfington avenue. sold in Concelisville.--Adv.--ll-3t. Mrs. James E. Cook arjd sister, Mrs. I Thomas P. Price of Bellevernoi 1 , spent Mfc B. C. Fair will entertain the I yesteray with Mrs. Irvm F. VanNalta SHva.Thimble clnb Wednesday after-(of Davidson avenue. Mrs. VanXatta noonat her home in Scottdale. j is a daughter of .Mrs. Price. -- | Mr. and Mrs William Brickman are TbiLadies' Auxiliary to the Broth- i spending the day in Pittsburg. erhod of locomotive Kagineers will if you have a piano that you want mectWednesday afternoon in Odd tuned^ or any repairing done f will Fellas' hall. give you a special low price till Apr-1 ; -- i 1st. Call or phone. A. P. Freed's Prciiship Temple No. 25 Pythian Music Store, 126 South Pittshurg Sisto will meet Thursday .afternoon | street. Tn-State phone 668-Z--Adv. in Mrkell hall. / t I--11-14-16-18-21-23. -- j Mrs. Joseph Dlxcm has returned TbKnit-and-Win Unit to the Char- home from a visjt with her sister, from freezing. DEATH STARES IN THE FACE ANOTHER SCOHDALE SOLDIER Continued from Pace One. recently been transferred from Company C, 110th Hancock, to a : O T H E R S Keep Ae family free from colds by using '1CKSVAPORUBS HJENHY C. DIEHL. Henry C. Diehl, oC Republic, dred - j h yesterday morning at 5:30 o'clock!* ,J U _ following a lingering illness. Funeral '"Wednesday .ifternoon, with uiter- mcnt iJi Park cemetery, Uniontown. Deceased was 7G years old. He' is survived by his wittow, ttie Eolkiv-ing children, William Diehl and Samuel LAST PRACTICE TONIGHT I,mly .Mnrcalii't's 1HII finish Training For (,'hjimpioni.uiii Game. Thp Lad; Muocabee basketball team will hold .. final practice tonight pre- paratoiv to t h e championship game to be played Wednesday evening at the | high school gym w i t h the clever t Scottdale gins aggregation. Both 'teams arc pretty e v e n l y jnalchpn. b u l j ( n e i t h e r has met recently. M. Moslcy I ia out of t h e game at present with a Regiment at C a m p j Diehl, West Salisbury; George Diehl, o? Repuhlic; -Mrs, Laura Hawkinfa, ol motor machine company and sent to an embarkation camp to airait departure for overseas. ' DACOHTEK ItOKS; ITS FATIIKR IS J.V KHAJTCTi A daughter, Lucille George Jones, was born yesterday morning to Mr. Donora; .Mrs. Mary .Johnson, of -Mill Run; Mrs. Ellen Newcomer- and Mrs. Charles Hampshire, of ConneUsville, Mrs. Hna Taylor of Thompson No. I, and Mrs. Emma Hennessey, or Allison; one sister, Mrs. Mary Swaru- welder o; Wett Salisbury; 53 grand- and Mrs Edgar E. Jones of the Col- children, and 20 great grandchildren j The local team is being tutored by George Cochran who IB rounding them into shape. In Scottdale the team has been aarrl at work getting into trim. C. E. Flagle. secretary of tho Scottdale I Y. .M C. A. is coaching the Westmoreland county championship contenders. Tho game w i l l be called shortly after f o'clock .n ortlei to allow Scottdale roours who leave (here at 7:30 o'clock to set here in time to sec the start. The game is to be played- under A. A. U. rules, which have been used by boht teams throughout the season. The game wil, be refcreed by Ed Wall of Scottdale. lesto Comforts Branch of the Navy Leage will meet tonight at the home Mi Grover Cole will rnterta-n the Mrs. W. B. Knolie 'of PitLsburg. Mrs. p. R. Berkey, Mrs. T. G. Edol t» Misses Penrod in "Jinth street.- munds, Mrs. E. H. Gardner, Miss Amy Grewood. Boor and Miss Grace Penrod were amongr the Connellsville persons who attended the memorial services held onial apartments. South Pittsburg street, kittle Lucille George's father is somewhere m France. Mrs. Joneu was formerly Miss Maralloyd Johnston, daughter of Captain Lloyd Johnston. Bus/Twelve club Friday night at her [yesterday at Scottdale.for Thomas A. horoin Crawford avenue, \V'«st Side. Llewellyn. i -- John Davis of Confluence spent , 74. Robert W. Leiberger will en- yesterday as the guest or Mr. and Mrs. tertn the Naricissus dob tomorrow p. o. Rose of North Pitts-burg street. aftooon at her home in "West Apple j Mrs. C. R. McMiIla£ of Listonburg, stre. . is the guest of 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Mason of South Arch street. T5 C. TJ. Girls' club will be eater- tali Friday night by Miss Anna FeJ at her home at Snyder'own. ;£s. 'Wallace "Wilson will entertain tWI. S. Fancywork club Wecuies- d»a(ternoon at her home in Falrview ,he L. C. B. A. vriu roest Wednes- d 1 night in the Parochial school alitoriuro. Mrs. H. C. Morrison of Mount Pleasant was in town this morning on her way to Asheville, N. C. Mothers Should se that the whole family take at least 3 or 4 doses of a thorough, purifying, system cleaning med- iciiie-this spring. Nov.- is the time. The family will be healthier, happier, and get along better if the blood j Is given a thorough purifying, the stomach and bowels' cleaned out, and g e r ' ° f TM nter ' ««·»'"""*' «· FOR3IHR CA5TP 1,EE JEOY TO LEAVE Corporal James LaPorte, stationed at Camp Meade. expects to leave t.aoa for England, according to word rcceiv_ ed by his parents, Mr. anil Mrs, John LaPorte of Adelaide. Corporal LaPorte was recently transferred from Camp Lee to Camp .Meade. TAX COLLECTOR liRASTS SOX IX ATIATIOiV COIU'S Allen M. Brant, son of Tax Collector A. Bruce Brant of Brothers Valley township, Somerset county, bas enlisted m tiie auation corps and sent to ihe training camp at. MacoJ Texas. Read Tho Daily Courier. lev. Albert N. Slayton rector of S.t. lers Episcopal church.- Union-. . . . . ·rn. will be in charge of services to !' he ?' at TM: ^! venTaw ". r ' held Friday olghi at St. John's i Rock : Mourttam Tea 1S °' 'rrnan Lutheran cbureii ',y the con-j ve! ? ° eat * nn * vre f SDrl »E escation of the Trinity F,pUcopal' AFooDYou NEED FORCONSERYATKJH Grape-Nuts Saves Sugar, Millc.'Fuei. Umque among prepared cereals, oa , LISTEN !| When work exhausts your j ! strength, when your nerves are i ^ _jirritable and restless, tjn the whole family. Their color w i l l : bition lags and ycm feel rundown, I ~', be bettor. they'U feel fine and be well l you need and jieed quickly the William Fulrapr K expected Uome from Camp Lee, Piiteisburg, Va.. to ailnd his grandlaihcnr's funeral. Mr, Diebl va.s well known in ConneUs- villc and ui the .Morgan valley. RICHARD F. BLACKBURN. Richard F. Blackburn, 3U years oUl, died yesterday at the borne of his parents. Mr. and -Mis. George Blackburn at Kopwo,'l following a few months' Illness, l-'ui.eral tomorrow afternoon' a^ 1 o'clock from the home of his parents, with Rev. D. K. Mi nerd of Dun- bai'' oflicuititig. Interment at Percy. Deceased was twice married. His first wife, BOW deceased, was Miss Jennie Jacobs. His second w:te was Mrs. Estella Blan-ey. Six children and foui step ch'UJren survive. Deceased was* a brotlier of Mrs, Addis Tnplett of Lcmont. MK6. JERRY HBNHY. Rev." C. L. C. Riciiardson officiated at the funenil of llrs. Jerr- Henry held yesterday iLfternoon. at 2 o'clock from the family restdencc""at McCoy's Springs. T1)G bbvvices wore impressive and were attended by many i datives and friends of the deceased. Interment in Hill Grove c^nietory. Sppiciicr Farm Sold. R, n. Speicher lias sold his large farm, better known as (be .John R. Boose farm, located about one half mile west of the borough limits of Rockwood. to Lcvi \Volf/of Rcxikwood. The farm consists of 202 acres ot fertile soil, underlaid ·wii.h several veins ot coal, a line 01 chard, and valuable and expensive buildings. The consideration ft as 521,000, Liberty and Olfacr Avenues Pittsburgh, Pa. Jcnre to idviac those -women who find* it difficult to pcraonally visit tbeir cstablish- ment, that new Spring Style StctcKcs of V/omen 5 and Mutes' Gowns, Suits, Coats, Waists, etc. ·will be sent upon -request Address Meyer Jonasson Co, Mai! Order Department ' ftitsourgh. Pa. hil'ant Dies. Clayton R Grimm, three mouths old infant scm of Roy, d.ed yesterday at the home of an a u n t Mrs. Irwin Gnthne al Paireliance The mother was f a f a l ' y burned last January In PitUbnrpr Hospital. M-s. JI. J,. 1/enhart ot 1211 North PHtsbnrg street, \vas admitted to the West Pcnn hospital, Pitibburg, this morning ann tomorrow will undergo an operation. IMt. H VSKI-M, f OH IXC. (;AUA(;I: AXD Mjit- ^*altz Ueccption Monday. At Jacques, Martell Hall. Kjferle's o rriiestra,--Adv.--9-2t Hi-nver Coltuuc Keiul \» Adtliv**' V McHiuu; Her* 1 .11 a re [i :ti. Dr. Hoi ace 3. Haskell. piesideni of Heave; (College, w ill addi * J SP ,i mass meeting in ihe MeLhoii^t l i u r c h March !U unclor the auspices ·:' the ConnolJs; ille ttmislenal As- -ociaiion AnnounceriH'in M'SS n'ado y e i - i f i d a 0 Re%. CJ. I-, i*. Hc*jaidso;i. paiio. jl the dnircli. who snul ;be servites oE tbe doctor arc to ho offered 10 lhi i association on the occasion or a MPU i of Dr. Hash oil to llie -Method Ft j cimrch. Pationize those ivbo ad\oitise, \V[uUA.\t DAVIS. \ViIIiam Davis, Jr., a proniinut rets-j f lent of Greene county- rtipri March 7. and happy. Conneiisvilie Drug: Co.-- . rich, creamy, nourishing food in SCOTTS EMULSION at Greensboro. For Itching Torture Itosinns Piisitiiin. | Miss Gertrude Lindsay has resigned' 1 I her position in the office of ike Wright-, ' MeUler company to accept a position | , in the offices of the Baltimore Ohio 1 railroad. Daughter Horn. M r - a m i -Mrs. Abel Peterson ot l l i j Qeech btreot. \\\Ht Skip, sue pvivcnts I of an eight pound daughti'r born Sim-j i tlaj niornni^ Thcro arc . now : ohjdren. a boy utnl a gr'I. in Iho i'ani- There is one remedy that seldom fails to stop itching torture and relieve skin irritation and that makes the sfca suit, clear and healthy. Any druggist can supply you with « 0 , z e m o , which, generally overcomes all | skin diseases. Acr.e, eczepa, itch, pirn. Way Parudc in I'illsliiru I' Dirocioi General of Hailrna Adoci ijn es iieiuniion ;o ; nai'Mioruuon there i - .. po^ Ihiil ' u o Ij..un3iout and a iii-u 1 . 1 !' c u i ^ i w n v fionl ilii 1 IJ^j-jd,! iic Trams Vil! flush Tomor. nn \it, F li( al Maocabce Hall. The Gaiasc and Elks basketball teams will play tu the Maecabee hal'. tomorrriM- night. The Garage' tearc has been ousleu from peconO place bv tfu- l.'hte cliih and a vinory wil] mean ipgamms of that posilion. Tli.-rc -, much speculation as tr, w h e i l i c r t h e Gaiage CUM jgain defeat the Klk aggregation. Backers of both teams are expected to mm out strong tomorrow nlsht lor Ihe same. The Garage has been rated as the s'rong- the Klks have gone up some time. est tram for to check your wasting powers, enliven your blood and build up your · Lnft - nerve force. SCOTT'S is help- unild's grey lur neck piece. Bef.vceu fog thousands and will give ind F.tgnth _ -- . 1 i ., j (pies, rallies, blackheads, in n'.c»st cases | i give way to zenio. Frequently, minor ' I blemishes disappear overnight. Itching 1 O l l l d !IC I'll., !| unt-y 10 wilth ^OL-IIO i \va^ :u-.^i r^ mi Aui'l i;. ',:' f urf Franco. Tilt mills frODi i'IP .TUilh jn- ho diaUt'i", ,.r(,in tin?, Vatrii)Hc Sermon. Rev. H. A. Biinn oc'ipii-d the pulpit u i.'o romn:i;uit;- ti-mci-s of the ( hurclu-i of D a n - i i n :.i,i la.^ e iccing i 1 :i,c "0(.,ian Memorial M^ i ' i c ' n ' 1 a- !):x^-')" i! .v.'s s r- ini.n . .', .1 iwiio. i- nui M I ' :iiid w a s a *.!}· - i i u i n s one. It ,ias ho.ird hy a i.'u^f i-o;i?3 t'^jiion. reprpst'niinjr ai the Prod-;iani i-iiiircbes oT Dawsoa. I- \Ve w ,1 1 McCormice butcher shop and Kiga l a n d Fayettp streets Reward if return' ed-to The Ctxiricr.--11 jna.r St. You the strength you need. Ocott t Bowoe. Bloottsld, N. J. r- (.111* W i t h 11(^1 I'diii. ' : usually slops instantly. Zeino is a safe, Miss Harriet Covei has accepted a | antiseptic liquid, clean, easy_to use and sno , 1)n e,eriea, poMt.on in ,he blll,« R depart-; f^^ ^1^1.^ S^fto ! ' mrnt ot the ^\est Pfnn Railways com-i no j. gr^sy or sticky* and is positively pany, assuming her new duties this safe for tender, jrensitive skins. i morning. Tie E. W. Sose Co., Cleveland, O Upt-niiia. a \ e on (iJ^I)flly a be.iutiful [)at.ern hau. Saturday, M a i f i "10. \oti aic cordially invited ;o atfntl. Rrowr. .Milluiery Shop. Overhol' buildms, Scottdale, Pa.,-Adv.--11-St. BELL-ANS Absolutely -Removes Indigestion.^ Druggists refund moneyjf Jt fai^. 25c

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