The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 13, 1918 · Page 2
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March 13, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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t.; ·-. I""'" I ',.- THE DAILY COURIER,' CONNBLLSVIlLLE, PA. WSfONEtiUAl, MABAJti 13, 191S. Miss. Catherino" BmlEley was-hmteai at a delightful meeting of the T. C. T. Fancjrwork dub list evening at-h«r -hotne in Cr«rf$rd,,aveBue, W«»t Sii*e. In addition to mejmjbWs one guest iris present;- 'The. erening ivaa enjoyably spent at. ' knitting · juad fancywork. Dainty refreshments were served. The nen meeting "war bff held at Tuesday evcninc. Hatch t:3, at the home of Miss'Edith.Colbora-ln. Morton A meeting" of the., entertaiiwentr committee ot the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks wpi Held-, at ths homejot. Miis MarSf .McGufrVon Highland avenue last eVening.:. During the busiiieis session j£e*bpoi? were g6He«Ter and the committee 'decided to anufe'for'a" (lance:to.;ibs.-held ; .in ;the near future. Alter the ;bu.siaes3. had .been transacted. the'eroaingSvasTspent in 'other en- dale, : pyle, werEOircrof toyrnvjsuests at a Z ceHane'ous _sho.w.er~£iv.eicFr}day ey?n-. - at "her" home in "Pittibiir'g in..'non6r/.o£ " Mis* Ella Clifton "Hershman of Pitts; burg, a bride-delect. - ...." Literature! bay will be' observed at the semi-monthly-,meeting of the Woman's Culture club to be hcld'Mon- aay afternoon, .at' the- home of Mrs. -B. B.'Siriith.'wttlTMrs. -W. P. Clark leader. Papers will be read by Mrs. Davis, Miss Byera-:Mrs; Francis.JVright and Mrs. W. O. Schoonorer. .The resulajr meeting ot the Ladies' Circle'No. 100 to the Grand Army of the Republic will be held tomorrow afternoon-'in Odd Fellows' hall, . . -, ; A- cottage prayer meeting will be held.-Friday-evenin!r at 7.30 o'clock alj the home ot Mrs. Miller] 1116% Sycamore "street. At the regular -business and social meeting- of the J. O. C. Sr., class of the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday school i?ld last evening at .the. hqne-.pt Misses Helen and I.ulu Carroll "in-South - Prospect street,-it was decided to dispense with refreshments until after the war. About 23 mem- bees -were present and- spent a most enjoyable evening. The second of a series of chain dinners arranged by the women of the Christian churcn for the' benefit · of the Men 'and Trillions movement of the Christian churches, will be held tomorrow afternoon at the -home of Mrs. George Porter in Wills road with Mrs. Porter, Mrs. P V R. "Weimer and Mrs. John Enos hostesses. The* third of the series'will be held Friday, afternoon af the home of Mrs. G. "W, Buckner in Race street." The regular meeting of the Daughters of .Ruth'Bible class of the Trin- 'ity~ Lutheran ~ church was held last .evening at the home of. Mrs. Edward Bear in Vine street. Miss Mar}' Errett was in* charge of a devotional program at ihe conclusion of which Miss Elizabeth - Ankeny -entertained the members with a guessing contest. Light* reCreshmen'.s were served. Homer Penroil ' entertained the young men meml/crs of tha senior commercial class of the high school at a spaghetti dinner last evening at his home in Ninth street, Greenwod. Covers for 16 were laid. Charming appointments-in keoping with Saint Pat- rick's Day-prevailed.. The favors-were sruaU pipits £o which were attached green tiik umbrellas. . The high school colors, onidge-and. black, were attractively U3ed in decorating. Mrs. Elizabeth Reed,'one of the best . known--residents of -the West Side, quietly celebrated her 82 birthday yesterday at .her home in..North Sixth ·treet.WeBtSid«, Mrs. Reed BIS resided in the West Side .-virtually all her life, and hav.a. ifride.circle or friends tr whom, she is · h«lti in: high esteem. Shi"~has-'.tbree'. wnsV Jtunes B. Reed. George -Heed and Charles Heed, all of Pittsburg, and" -ill. -in-the. serrice ot the Baltimore ""Onio v railroad. J.. B. Reed, better known to', his." many friend* as e»piain Reed, -is 'conductor on" trains Nos:^5-and 6.-; - - " Miss . .Grac,e':;Me»ns "was- hostess at the regular meeting-_of the L.W. class ot the -First-.Bap.tist churcn" last" evening at'her home at Poplar Grove. The meeting was well attended and was one of interest.". Seven:·"dollars .was realized^ from aprons made and..sold by the members, was tumed.-lnto the treasury. The. next meeting will be .held at the.:honw'-of Miss Carrie Sue Tercy in Vffi Peach streeL" Wargs nnfab.er of tickets have been sold..for the moving picture, "Alice hTTvVbnderland," to be presented Saturday morning afternoon and · evening lat the new: high, school, auditqr- iufift.under the "auspices of the "Woman's- Culture'clHb^,the proceeds to be .for-the benefit of the .Red Cross, "ijbere. are no tickets tor., children. Those of the-grade school will-be, admitted: to the morning performance Ipr an: admission of, flve cents. The admission for the .older children-is 10 ccnis'and lor adults, J.5 cents. Adult tickets are goodSor all performances. Members :of the Euterpa . literary society rendered a delightful program yesterday afternoon in the high, school auditorium. Following a business meeting members and visitors were entertained by talented seniors of. the society. In two weeks the society will give a play under the direction of Frederick R. Smith, senior' professor of English, and Miss Margaret Baker. The public is urged to attend these meetings which are held at 4 o'clock on .the second and fourth Tuesday afternoons of each month. The Nercissus' club was pleasantly entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Robert W. Leiberger at her home in .Jt'est Apple .street Knitting^ and. fancywork were "the amusements. Delicious refreshments were served. PERSONALS. Mrs. Claude Mecfces-of Masontown. is visiting her mother-in-law, Mrs. Frank lleckes. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Butterraoro and daughter, Jane, who have been -in Saint Petersburg, Fla., .will leave this, week for Southern Pines, N. C., to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herpick before returning to their home. Downs' clean-up sale of every win- 'ter' 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.-- Adv.--ll-3t Miss Irene B. Goldstein has.return- ed to her home in Uniontown after a visit with Miss Naomi Rosenblum and other friends here. Miss Ellen Mclntyre of Leisenring is visiting friends in Pttsburg. The best place to shop after all Brownell Shoe\3o.,--Adv. Mr. and. Mrs. 0. L. Eaton and daughter, Mrs. "William Brickman, went to Pittsburg this morning. Mrs.'C. W. Downs of . the South side is visiting in Pittsburg. "We have hundreds of' the beautiful new spring woolens now ready for How to Make Oatmeal Bread Healthful to Eat--Saves the Wheat · i . . I - i - . 1 cup flour I \bi cicpa corn. B 1 teupoon 5 Iwupoou Rayal Baking Powder Z tmbtapoona J or rolled j Noegf. i Sift together Bonr, corn meal, suit, btldng powder«nd Add oMxnMl, melted shojtening^nd milk. B*fr« to g shallow pan in mnderat* ovin 40 to 45 minatca, This wholesome bread is easily and quickly made with the aid of ROYAL BAKING POWDER If used three times a week in place of white bread by the _22 million families in the United States, it would save more than 900,000 barrels of flour a month. Our *ar Red, Whilt and Blue books*, "Beit War Taut Reef pa", ceatfining many othtr rcctpti for making dtlidout and whataome trhtat saving foods, mailed fnt--address ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, D«pt H, 135 Wiffiam St, New York FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR THRIFT STAMP SYSTEM IN PERRY TOWNSHIP PROVES_A SUCCESS li Rued 'on Goo* Banking Rules and Serres Doable' Purpose ITith Topil sad Teacher, The thrift stamp system on banking basis as adopted by ·Serry township school board and installed in its .schools by H. H. Slocum .TEAMS CLASH TONIGHT Iiiidy Maccabees and SeotUale Girls Tf in Plar for Championship. The Lady Maccabee basketball team and the Scotldale girls will play for the girls' championship of Fayetto- Westmoreland counties at the Con- nellsvijle high school tonight. The game will be called about 8.15 o'clock. ·The two teams have baen preparing for the game, for the past week and both arc after the title and the pen- and Bente Luce of PerryopoUs 'has nant - If ""= Scottrtale girls win the proven in six weeks to be a decided same it will make the second championship to go to the Mill town, thft Phy-.Mo-Me club ot the Y. M. C. A. Dave Cohen, Tailor. fanwly . -thai drank .coffee Jjut now-" uses ~ INSTANT Tfcte ^rhotesotne fcev erade of delicious .flavor contains no : elements to your inspection. --Adv. .Mrs. E. E. Coleman of Greenwood is the guest of friends in Uniontown today. John Dean is in Pittsburg today on business. Mr. and Jlrs. George Cochran, Jr., are spending the day in Pittsburg. - Women--Have you been at Downs' Shoe Store and taken advantage o£ their saie of seasonable and stylish footwear.? The very best of footwear sold in ConnellsviDe.--Adv.--11-St, Miss Sadie C. McArdle and Miss Regina M. Nash of Scottdale, were,shopping in town yesterday. Mrs. Ralph Sliger will leave tomorrow for Shamokin to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Barr. Mrs. H. -A. Dittraan of Duquesne returned home today after a visit with ·Mr. and -Mrs. R. Vincent Rendine of Carnegie avenue. - . Miss Anna Fox of Dawson has gone to the home oE Mrs". A. E. .Murphy, 327 Highland avenue, Pittsburg. , where she will remain until April 1. ' · Mrs. Arthur "Johnson of Edge-wood, Pa., is the -test-of her sister. Miss Elizabeth _Hilkert. Miss Nora Shallcnberger of Browns- .ville,. investigator for the Mothers' Assistance Board of Fayette county, was f n ' town" today on business. success. Messrs. Slocum and Luce ruled up and the .board had printed a pass book for each child and a cash book and ledger for each teacher. They then went to every classroom and explained_.and demonstrated to teachers and "pupils. Friday morning was set^apart as patriotic banldng hour--the teacher acting as cashier calls the roll and the pupils respond by bringing up the money they have saved. If the pupil does not have a quarter, the amount he has is properly credited till it totals 25c. The children have purchased over $4.000 of stamps. This is a big show-- ing for rural district scholars, but the .strongest feature perhaps of the system is that the influence the children have in the home upon the par- having captured the junior championship of the county. Scottdalo will attend the game in force and a big crowd of Lady Maccabee backers are expected to he at the game. The big sym will bold an aud- ieace of several hundred people and. the championship contest has been stirring up considerable interest. VALUABLEDOG^POISONED' Tomeraiiian T'np Bclonginc io Ild- ivard Crossljind j)k'S. A Pomeranian dog, owned by Edward Crossland, a baker in the field bakery of the 110th regiment at Cainp Hancock, which was being kept at the cnts caused the parents to purchase, home ot Carles crowley on the South through their bank or post office ap-1 Sidc (Uetl Monday at noon ot po i 5 oo- proximately four times as many a s , l n g _ whether the dog was intention- the children. When the Perry township, board, consisting of - Dr. J. K. Martin, Fred| ,. n ~ w n _" Edwards, Walter Iliccbeck, Norman.j Thc l i t t l c doB waa Bocur( ,|j by Cross- Piersol, Frank Browneller, Ira Blair hand in WEIMER, THE PIANO MAN, LARGELY ADDS TO HIS FLOOR SPACE . ! Increase Is Necessary Because of Addition or Phonograph Line and General Increase. Atter 13 years oE piano selling P. R. Weinrer, the East Crawford avenue music merchant, has added the Brunswick phonograph to his stock, and in order to iandie Ihe increased business has enlarged his storeroom to twice ihe size occupied heretofore. The entire first floor of the Odd Fel lows hall in Bast Crawford avenue is now occupied by "Weimer's Music Store. The phonograph was taken up by .Mr. Weimer about the flrst ot December and he immediately had to make preparations to extend his floor space. Two large arches, one in the front of the room and the other ia the rear were cut through the wall connecting adjoining storerooms. TVo soundproof rooms, each 6x10 feet -have been built in the phono- ' graph department, making it possible to play three machines at orice, instead of one. Each of the rooms is thoroughly ventilated. A ton trucfc has .been added to the equipment of the establishment to; make the deliveries. The new ma-' cbinc will deliver botb phonographs! I ally poisoned or whether it got what! a n a P ianos !ar S« » n « s of which are] ·I was meant for another animal is not aiwa - vs ke P- iD s ' ock - Mr - Weimer , ._ ,--- aod was a thor- and J. Bucll Snyder. discussed the ad-| ougnbr( , a in its linc . Crossiand' re-'. vlsability of mating the system a per-j t u s c d sevcral hiln( ] somc offers for it.; 1 the bakery was moved f r o m ; manent part of the course of study,j has also made arrangements to carry a full line of player rolls for the ptayer pitnos. \ ^~ Three large electric lights of sev- placed along the middle of the ceil-'. was brought out that the candy |p hi i a , lell)hia Lo Camp . Hancock he g e n t ; ing and on each side of the room are man, the peanut man, the. cbewlns I the dog to Growle; hero. gum man and most of the others spend; thousands 'of dollars every year to. teach the children to be shiftlossj spend-lhrifts and that the schools I were doing nothing to counteract this I ]{,, evil habit--hence the system. It costs less than three cents per pupil to have it installed and aside from reading, writing and arithmetic. it is regarded as the most Important feature in the curriculum. LATROBE HERE FRIDAY Conncllsvlllc Hifih Is Xenrinp Close of OFFICER FINDS SUGAR :ovor 2.10 Pounds Said to N Ha- licon Stolen IVoni B. £ O. 1 four other lights of "lesser candle I power,' which, makes tho salesrooms j (be best lighted In the city. The whole interior has been repainted and redecorated. Armed with search varrent'i ofB- )| cers went to Bidwell yesterday and |[ recovered 250 pounrla of sugar, 25 ' ^ pounds oE heana. a lot of soap and other merch'andJse alleged to have been stolen from a Baltimore Ohio car. Basketball The Connellsville high school kotball team will play the bas- Latrohe Tbe officers arrested James Linder- j man, hts son,'" \Vlnslow Liuderman. Francis Moon and CuthberL Shipley. They are now out on bail. MKS. MARY WEIMBR. The Cuaeral of Mrs. Mary Weimer, who died Saturday at her home near f Rockwood, was held yesterday alter-1 noon, from the Lutheran church a,t · Rockwood, with Rev. E. H. Earler, t high school here Friday night, which is the last game at bpme tor this season, unless some Qthfr teams will be signed up later. The Ouciucsnc bigh school team may conic here for a game. The Latrobe high learn has been a rival of ConnellSTilie for several years la tootbalJ. Just n-hat^the basketball team has been doing this season has not been learned here but no chances are being taken by Coach Alrier'er and he has his men down to hard work for the game. The high school aggregation will go to West Newton Saturday night where the fast .team 'at that place will he played. EIGHTY-FIVE APPLY the pastor officiating. COMMITTEE TO MEET on of Junior Bert Cross IVill Take Place Saturday Morning. A meeting of the: Junior Red Cross committee will^Be held in the high school building- Saturday morning at 10 o'clock._ The organization of the Junior Red 7 Gross._wlii be gone over and otherrmatters -connected with the Red. Cross "work -will jbe discussed. Every., member of the lioramittee recently selected is expected to be present at the meeting,.. The division of the junior organization imo.units will'probably be tafeen iip, Th"e"Juiiior Red Cross will be affiliated -with Conr.ellsville Chapter of the American Red Cross. Boat ST. LOUIS,. March 13.--Fred Fulton, heavyw.eight fighter.;, and-his manager, Hike Collins, will" ijeav'e here today, for Kansas City where^they expect .to sign for a championship 'bout" between Ten Sockinc Hntol Licenses !u Faj-ctU '. (,'onnty arc Women. ts applications for liquor G-EORGE E. GRAY. George K. Grar, 18 years old, of Meyersdale- died yosierday morning at Western Maryland hospital in tin Cumberland. Tbe body was shipped to the Gray home at Meyorsdale. LARGE STAMPS^ B'nai li'rith Lodge Disposes of $1,000 . Worth in Half Hour. At the annual dance of the Independent Order of E'nai E'ritb lodge held last night in -Markell hall, a sale of war stamps was started and in about half an hour nearly $1,000 worth ot stamps was sold. Shaw Jiesigns. T. N. Shaw, superintendent of the West Pean. Railway interests in tire Latrobe district ,for during the past eight years has tendered his resignation to become effective April i. .Mr. Shaw .'expects to become the. Latrobe representative of a number of concerns which manufacture electrical mining equipment and other cal equipment .. The applicants .embrace 10 women' Arthur David Sllbaugh, 50 years old, who seek hotel Hcensos, the total of | d i e d Monday morning at his home in which is 60. Among the applicants is N O! "Ui Union township following an Roman L. Heyn, who is proprietor of j Hlness of heart trouble and grip, the Summit Hotel. Nine applicants -- . WILLIAM SPRINGER. The funeral of William Springer, | who died on the Philip Wllkey farm, i near Morrell, will he held -tomorrow are for "fewerios and 16 are for distilleries. Dram Major Dlxon !'3(1. John A. Dixon of Pittsburg, whom former members oC the 10th Regiment, Natloa.il Guard of Pennsylvania, will remember as drum major of lh« regimental bar.rl, and later holding the afternoon at 4 o'clock from the residence of cousins of the deceased, Misses Louise and .Martha Babbage, j No. 212 South Eighth street, Green-1 wood. Rev. G. L. C. Richardson, pas- same rank with ihe Second Brigade I 'or of the First Methodist Episcopal band, died in Pittsburg 'yesterday, i church, will officiate. Interment i:) aged 62 years. . j Chestnut Hill cemetery. Farmers Not Affected. County Food Administrator Charles Davidson announced today that the ofjer requiring the filing of reports of the amount, of flour on hand and the needs for 30 days does not apply to fanners. Patronize those who advertise Finds Woman's Purse. Patrolman P. M. Rlllli has in his possession a woman's pockeibook which he found, yesterday and will return it to the owner on being- described.. A woman, who the police believe lost the purse was inquiring at the police station yesterday, hut th-e patrolman had not found it at the time. eiectri- Careful physicians always point out that every cough wears human | strength and tears down the body's resistive powers. The reason 71 'EMULSION, is always best for coughs is that THOMAS E. JAM1ESON. The funeral of Thomas E. Jamieson, who died suddenly at Garrett, IncJ., 'was held yesterday from the residence of his mother-in-iuw, Hirs. B. .M. Ust in Wheeling, W. Va. DBilPSBV STRI-CKLER. Following a lingering illness Demp- ser Strickler- 74 years oid, a former well known resid-ent of Perryopolis, died this morning at 4 o'clock at he home of bis daughter, Mrs. Thomas McDonough a.t ;3wissvale. The body will arrive at Periyopolis Saturday morning at 10:30 o'plock and will 'be removed io (.be Church of Christ from where Cuneraj services will be held. lutermeut at 'Flatwoods. ISoily Brought Here. The body of Michel] Cravardi Cia- Announcing Our Spring Stock Complete in the Infants' Department We are showing as usual everything for t h e kiddies - · · - . . . Our stocks are larger tHan ever this year and we are in a better position to supply your wants this year than any year previous. Don't Fail to See Onr Large Showing of Children's Coats for Easter. See Onr Special Easter Dresses for Confirmation. Special for Today Ferns 50 Cents. "TffE STORE AHEAD." Liberty and Oliver Aoenaea Pittsburgh, Pa. \Vo no. Retailers or se*' ami Gir!»' Hig-h Grade Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, etc. Communicate terfth our .Mar/ Order Department Pure Chewing Gum a Stick a daj keeps) away Stop Itching Eczema Hooper Goes E«st. T. J. Hooper u-ect east last evening and will visit Philadelphia, New York and Boston on an eastern buying trip. .Mr. Hooper .will visit the Boston and Haverhill markets in the interest of the Connellsviile and ilonessen stores. - ^ j , ell lu . r u u c i t i i unc;i;iAji j. Jj. ouiu£rs it pecuharly soothes the tender | par | ors and prepared for burial. Fun- ,,,,,- Never.mind, how of ten you have tried- varella, who was killed yesterday !andfailed,_you can stop burning, itching . j .. , ! eczema OUlCillv hv nnnluinrr n tit-t\r* ·ram» morning: in ao accident at the slag dump of the PlUsburg and Lake Brie railroad near Vautierbilt, was removed to Funeral Director J. L. Slader's Jesse TVillard and Fulton oa July 4, He will retunxnata M thc'Vcek. --.A-^ membranes while its rich, creamy food rebuilds the tissues to avert bronchitis and lung trouble. No alcohol--just food. . BtoomficM.'K?I. 1?--'S cral" tomorrow morning, with interment in St Joseph's cemetery. Ciavarella was ·!£ years old and has a brother residing in Akron, 0. · His death was caused by a fractured skull. Patronize thoae vrho advertise,. large botUe, $1.00. Healing begins the i moment zemo is applied. In a short tirn« i usually every trace of eczema, tetter-,! pimpJes, rash, blackheads and similar i skin diseases v?ill be removed. · j For clearing the skin and making it i vigorously healthy, always use zemo, the : penetrating antiseptic liquid. It is -,ct a greasy salve nnd it doss not stain. When others fail it is tha one dependable tri^t- ment for skin, troublsa of all hinds. Tie E. W. Rca: Co., Cfcveted, O. IF YOU MAC NECK AS LONO AS THIS FEU AND HAD SCRETHRO WOULD QUICILTRaiEVl IW. wit Me. Ho.Ht.1 *li

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