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March 20, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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TWCX THE DAILY COURIER, COiNNELLSVILLE, PA. , MARCH 20, 191S. ? m. ; The Good Fellowship class of the United Brethren church will meet on Friday night-In the church. The monthly meeting of the Women's Bible clasa pi 'the First Baptist Church will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at the home of Mm. M»ry Roblnaon in North Third street. West Side. All women of the congregation are invited. ' " " 1 act*. Alice ConoeD,rtTiierlit of "Con- :neltsvlU», quietly ceKtiriftd her 6» birthday Sunday at tne home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Hamilton at Mc- Keetport. A turkey dinner was served Ia honor ol the occutan, covers being laid for only-the-immediate re- tathrea. Mrs. Connetl le the mother of ·Sirs. J. L. Evans ot.Xjncoln avenue. Th» Passion May in moving pic- ttt'-'e*; will be presented tonight and Friday night in the Parochial school auditorium for the benefit of the Immaculate Conception .church. The admission is twenty-five-and thirty-fiv* ·ceata. A matinee'wis hela this afternoon for tie children. .. Odd Bits t"rom tlfer a norelty-revue. .will be presented Monday and Tuesday evenings, April 1 and 2, in the new high school auditorium for the benefit "of the Immaculate Conception church. ·A cast. conposed of well koown local talent, bas been'" chosen, eaclT being assigned to the parts_for- which they ·are belt adapted. -Rehearsals 'are being held and plans for the performances are rapidly progressing. Tickets will be placed on sale soon. Tie Tuesday Music club.; has arranged for a benefit .concert In the high school auditorium on Tuesday evening, April 9, for'the benefit of the Bed Cross and Navy I*agti«. Tickets will be 50 cents: ' Tbe knitting club "of the "Women's Benefit Association, of the Maccabees will Tfleet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Pauline Gallagher, 206 North alley. Members arc asked to bring needles. The GoodtellowBhlp class of the United Brethren - Sunday school will meet IWday evening at tlie church. - Tb« "Woman's Bible class of the Methodist Episcopal "Sunday school . "will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. A. Reagan, Scottdale, leaving here on the 2 o'clock car. A cotage prayer- meeting will be held Friday evening at the tome of Mrs. "W. H. Berger at HOC .Vine street. SCOrrrl*H-£, ilireh £0.--In the prewnce ot K guests Miss Florenc ·Staafttr Sberrick. daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. D. U Sbtrrick. last evening at 6 o'clock became the bride of Gbomer Franklin Malick, of Snnbary- the ceremony being performed at the home oi the brtie's parents in Sooth Chestnut strMt by Dr. I. E. Kunk, pastor of the United Brethren cburch. In the wedding party wcr« Mrs. J. W. 3cbo£t- staU. ol Smttwrr. sister .ot the bride-matron of honor; .JOai Grace SeottdaJe, bri«B«naliJ;- JUii Lerlah Sherrick. ScoOdalt, maid/of howv, and Jotui Knorf o£ btBt man. X W. ScheC*ull'ot-3uii- bwr and J«n« Sberrtck. a. brother, of tbe hrid«, were u»heri.--B«!or«:7th« COTuaoa? BaJph Sherriei; - »an«' :"0 'promJM Ma." The bridifB «*«,. Qaxa, placed the wedding nMr Tbc bride wore irMt« an* a toll* veil can^bt blouomz. The (own of tbe^mmtron of honor wa» a, wisteria ;gaorg«tte.:^rhe btidMnaid appeared m~HOTe "whiU and the maid of honor, -ttt'ptnk ,crepe aeMvr.- "A c*mterpiece::ot: KUlarmey TtMf. on tb« bridal table Caad-fla*i,*aiul ·we*t peas In other partm'of-'tbe'iiouie IcnDBd the decormlion*. AfletthO-din- Mr the bridal Vonpie aUrfai.for PBU- ·adelphia. On their recorn the ~hrfde ~wai liw with b»r pairobti while the toUegroom eipects to be called for a^lltarj service, he h.-vvtm* ' recenUy. rivcd borne last evening from Pine- and, Fla., where · they spent the winter. They have a grove of orange and grape fruit trees..] which arc coming along^niccly. '.-They were damaged by !rost. a.iyear :agp. ' _· · Irs.. ElmerC.; Ringer of Homestead, who-has-.been suffering from, blood poison for four weeks, is still in a serious conditions. Miss Bertha Sidow, her -sister, left Monday- to visit act. · . · - . - . - · · · · Mrs. Frank Kincell of Eighth street, _0rec*wood, left thia monrihs tor Dcniaon, Tex, to vfeit her son-in-law awl daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 'WlKard J. Smith lor * tew months. Herjdaugh- t«r. Hiu LTKB« Kincell, accompanied b»r to St. Louii, -where they were net br Mra, Smith. TIM tot place to shop after an. Brownel! Shoe Co.--Adv. John Curry, Sr., ba* returned borne from a visit with hte daughter,;Mrs. ·Fred Btebep of Morgantown. - '· Sara f. Hood was a business caller ·in Ualoatown yesterday. '.; Joseph Smith, Jr., a son of Mr. anfl Mr*. Beta B. Smith, accompanied by 'an aunt Mia* Ada Coofc.l«ft3ast eire- ninf for Belle»ernoHi -" -·"· ---·.'.-·" P~ J. Toriaay spent yesterday in .Uniontown. · . ' _ . ! Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Connell motored to Fayette City and Bellevernqn yesterday. Cyrus Ecbard was a Uniontown business caller yestenlfty. "Wanted--A bank, account is good to have but a sort made here is a thing -'of~beauty.and' a.'Joy forever: 'Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. - ,Mrs. Sarah-Barnhart .ol.W*st Fay- «tt»--stre«t, is visions ier daughter, -Mrs." FranS Fagan, who is ill. at her - -home in Fairmont,- ^"..- t Jose!)li"l*ib of SonCSTConneUsville, £· atUcied UK thej-Heaoojiiarters' De- tachmeat, SOSthT Engineers' Regiment at Camp Lee, Va., is home on a five day furlough. . Isaac F. .Balsley of Philadelphia arrived 1 In the city Mr morninj to at- .»«od the funeral, of. his. sister, Mrs. ^Tietoria;BalsleyJ*ay.. .:.. JL. E... "Wagoner of 'ie West Side is )K Plttabart;. today' on:business. - ""Mr-Yand. Mr»; L." ]{." Fiumeir ajc- VOLUNTEER AID FOR THE FARMERS IFTHEY NEED IT BLOSSOMS IN SOUTH 0» Sovtc Fruit Trees Tbej Have jBe«n| Gome FOP Two "Weeks, A letter- received by Funeral Direo- tor C. C. MJtchell from Sergeant C! A. McCormicfc -of the 110th Regiment Hospital Corps vin training at Camp Hancock, G., says that the blossoms oil some of the frart trees have been gone for nearly two weeks and that apple trees* are in full blossom at present. Farmers are t plowing their ground and planting he says. Me- CormicV says they sometimes go ash- ing in the iioarby lake^ Hejspeafcs of being in the infirmary on'duty when -writing the letter and says he has had six. fellows in a half hour.. One.hy.the name ol STrauger of Company D, he says, had his collar bone broken in a game of pnaball. CIVIL LIST CONTINUED S«xt TVeek In Uniontown Will Be Devotrd'to Criminal Trials. At the close of court in Uniontown yesterday Jndge J. Q. Van Swcaringen announced that tlie list of civil cases for next week had been continued to a later date and that jurors called for the week need not appear. There are so many criminal cases that the civil list has not been reached. All three courts wii! he engaged n«ct week in the trial of criminal cases. Jurors called for civil cases are not permitted to sit in. criminal cases. - LOOK FOR ROADSTER Poltte AJTC 'otifi*d of Cur That Is Stolen in Greensbnrg. The police here were notified last night by the stata constabulary at Greensburg to be on the lookout for two young men driving a Ford roadster which they stole at that place last evening about 6.3Q o'clock. The machine was a 1915 model and bore no license plates. The car was taken by two young men about 20 or 21 years of age. They were headed for West Virginia is the belief of the state-police. Continued from Pago One. success Jast year, the men \verejpaid $1.75 a day, with two meals furnished, or ?2.2S without meals. Executive Secretary "\V. U Aiken of the Lawrence j County Committee of Public Safety advises that the rate will be somewhat higher this year. -New Castle is figuring on enifstirig "at least 100 teams. -. . Much will-depend upon the attitude of the fanners toward volunteer labor. It was pointed out that a great many business men, clerks and other town residents have had farm experience and .would be able £o do capable work when called out. It is hoped that if some assurance can be given the fanners that these men will- be available during the critical periods of the c:fop season, they will be justified in. planting greatly increased acre- ages-this year. Those who attended the meeting last evening were enthusiastic over the proposition. Every man present agreed to spend at least one w-eek on a farm, and some of them, agreed to spend two. They maintained that it would not be difficult to enlist a sufficient number of teams in Connellsville to ^materially assist every farmer in the Connellsville district. · The plan ia expected to be extended to other communities of the county. e Benton Eoyd, chairman of the committee on civilian service and labor, and George S. Connell, county director of the UY S. Public Service Ro- serve, both of whom are now engaged. in tho campaign to enlist farm labor, pledged support. It is expected that Fayettc county will have a rarm labor manager whose duties will be to assign, farm workers where -they arc needed. TMs will be one of the busiest johs in tho county during tbv coming untmer. Chairman. Robert Nonris is already engaged ha organizing his committee in the hope that a comprcheasivs plan may bo submitted to the farmers on Friday, with a reasonably accurate estimate of the number of men who can be Counted upon. *' Every b*oy and man in the commun.- ity who is willing to spend a day a irei'lron rh^farm; or who ·will give his vacation of one or two weeks, is urged to Sign one of the agricultural reserve cards provided for that purpose. P. Boilano, at the foreign department of the Yough Trust company- is enrollment ageut £or Connellsville and has a supply of the special blue cards. Mr.'Nprris himself will also be supplied with some of these cards, and they can also be secured at, the office of the'cpunty director. Room 310 First National Bank building. When an additional supply is received,, members of the conynittee will also b-e furnished with them. GIBL GAME THIHISBAT Tnt-er-class Teams TVfl! Play at School Gym That tfight The inter-class girls games to be played at the high school which Trere announced for last night will be played Thursday night .The teams are holding their last practices for the contetifc today. ", 'The Freshman and Sophomore girls VflLplay thie first game to be followed immediately, ."by "one between the Juniors and Seniors. : --.": ; '. · M*th*r» . SbovM se that the whole tacnih 'tafce*a£ ; ~ftast 3 or 4 doses ol a-thor ottgh, purifying,' system cleaning rnfrd- iciue this spring- Now is the time. ·The 'family "will be healthier, hap pier, and get along better if the blood ir. given a -thorough purifying, the stomach and-bowels cleaned out, and th*"gernur of-winter, accumulated in tl»~ST»tem ( - ; driven away. Hollister's .aockjr Mountain Tea is one of the .very; best and surest spring medicines .to take. Get' 1 it and see the difference tnTtbe irtoote.family. Their color will b*;.better,'they'll feel fine and be well and happy. Conoellsville Drug Co.-- Adr. . * THE ; KITCHEN CABINET The grasses whisper to th« wind, Thfi maples to the rain; x Ug-ht-fcoied spring" coes whispering In meadow and Enplane. SOME GOOD DISHES. ·A dessert which is not at oil common, but which Is most tasty is the following: Cut ap one orange or a tangerine, add!two chopped npples, sprfofcie lightly with j sugar. "When serving mis' and arrange a slice of lemon Jelly thickened with ' gropeputs. on the top ot each. Serve with sugar and cream. Lemon jeJly, grnpenots and a few Chopped walnuts is another combination which may be molded and sliced; then serve with whipped cream or cut in cubes and serve In sherbet cups with a little ice cream for garnish. Tomatoes Pew. -- Take Scalloped Wjth Green as many crumbs as tomatoes. For a cupful of crumbs mix a fourth of a cnpr)al of any sweet fat melted. Pry a slice of onton and half of a shredded green pepper in n little of the fat and arrange in layers In a baking dish, leaving the crombs on top. Bake twenty minutes aod serre hot SPECIAL VENIRE ' ORDERED IN TIE LINDLEY TRIAL Continued from Piure Owe. meat that his acquaintance with Mrs, Ltndley's relatives, which he said was merely casual, would not influence him ia determining upon at verdict. Judge Vaa Swearinfeen overruled the challenge for cause by the commonwealth after which Senator Crow peremptorily challenged the juror. Stuffed Tomatoes -- Take tomatoes, fill with tho following mixture: BoCJed rice, chopped ntrts aod seasoning of salt and pepper with a Ilitfe fried onion. Fill the tomatoes and bake slowly one hour. Serve with a sance from the pan which has been slightly thickened with floor. The centers of the tomatoes may be used In a salad or to various ways which will occur to the cook. Cabbage With Meat. -- To eke out a small amount of rocnt and ronke .a satisfying menl sored half a cabbage, crisp It by letting tt stand an hour in cold water, then drop Into rapidly boiling Tr-uter and cook for twenty mhn- ntcs; drain and press out the Pnt Into a baJdng 1 pan. a layer of the cabbage then a layer of may chopped metit, place a few pieces of tomato, the firmer pieces token from the can, over the meat, season well with salt and pepper and repeat, leaving B. layer of tomatoes on top. Cover with buttered bread crumbs and bake in a moderate oven for one hour. Any cold leftover cabb.'j#e may be used in this wtcy. Dried pens, which have been quickly when they were tender aucl sweet, make a most delicious addition to the menu. Soak, then coofc iiiitU soft and osc as a. vegetable or soup, or in combination ^svitb. other foods. Transferred. James I. Balsley, who enlisted in the motor mechanics branch of the service recently, has been sent to San Antonio, Tex. Ho IB a son of Mr. and Mrs, John HIaslcy of South Cottage avenue. His wife is staying with her parents, Mr. and Ms. 0. H. Newcomer of Fayetxe street. AfnwitiuU Scontmastcrs Secured. - Two more assistant L scoutmasters have been, secured by Scout Commissioner A. 0. Stone, to U the gaps in the tnxp« of the city. Prof. John Oiler of tbc high school will become assistant scoutmaster of troop No, 2. The other will be James -M. DriscoU. Another Hoy Bom. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Ncsbitt of South Pittsburg street, making the second boy in the family in which there are also two girls. Brush Catches Fire. The brush in the woods beyond Davidson avenue on the South Side ·was bnmiirg this afternoon. The fire department was called out but the residences there wen; in no immed- iate'danger. The underbrush had in some, manner c^oght fire and burned fiercely. FIFTEEN RECRUITS Arc Tet deeded ix Fill Company G. Roster. But 15 men are yet needed to fill Connelisvlle's quota'in Company G.. Third Regiment. Reserve MiHUac Fi-vc additional recruits were secured last night. EalistmehiB will be received until Saturday night. Captain Cox or other member of the company being at the armory every evening during the week to'receive applications: At the end of te week physical examinations of the recruits will be made and as soon thereafter as possible th-ry will be mustered into the service. There being every probability thai there wiii be need for American soldiers in Europe for the next two years, or longer, members-hip in the Reserve Militia will give young.men- not now b£ draft age. aplendid opportunity to secure -preliminary training in the duties oE a soldier. Son is Born. A baby boy was born yesterday a the home oC .Mr. and Mrs. H. "W. Nicholson on Stephens street. Before her marriage Mrs. Nicholson was Miss Eva McClelland. Baby Boy Born. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Baughraan ot South Conuellsvinc are receiving congratulations on tho birth of a 10 pound 'boy. The mother was formerly Miss Cora Pierce. Three Civon Hearings.. Three persons were given hearings at police' court this morning. Two wore sentenced to street work ant! the other was released on tho promise to pay his fine. Services ] Services at the Trinity Re-formed 'church Cor tonight have been cancelled owing to the illness of Rev. C. B. Wagner .who is confined to his bed. 22 Million Families in the United States 4 CUPS OF WHEAT FLOUR TO THE POUND If each family used 4 cups of flour less per week, the saving would be 22 million pounds or 112,244 barrels everg week. The greatest help housekeepers can give to win the war is to rrake this saving and -It can be done by using this recipe-in - pce of white flour bread. Corn Meal Biscuits % cmp f caMod milk 1 cup com meal 2 tabl«apxm* shorteniziff · V ?£ teajpocn inlt 1 cup white Hottr 4 teupoan* Royal Bakiny Powder Sore % cnp of tho measaced fionr for board. Pour milk over corn meal, add shortening and salt. 'When cold, add sifted floor and baldnff powder. Roll out lightly on floored board. Cut with biscmt cutter and bak» in greoe«d pan fifteen to twenty minutes. OurntwRed^ White and .Blae booklet, "Best- War Time Recipes'' containing' many other recipes for making delicious and wholesome wheat saving foods, mailed free -- address ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Dept H., 135 William Street, New York FOOD WILL "WIN THE WAH Spring '18 Dress Goods ' Our special Dress Goods for Easter will be introduced tomorrow. It is a style'occasion of great importance to everyone who is "tailored to order " for these are exclusive goods such as the 'ladies' tailors of New York will recommend to their clients. '. Fabrics for Dresses--Fabrics for Coats Fabrics for Suits It is especially strong on gabardines, tricotines, serges, wool jerseys and ve- lours and in tweeds for coats as these are in the van of the fashion. The major part of the section is given over to this dress goods introduction tomorrow and you are cordially invited. HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 129 to 133 N PTTTSBURG St. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. MRS. G. E. AbBRECHT. Following an operation at the Cottage Stale hospital on Thursday, the death of Jlrs. Lula Bell Albrecht occurred at that institution yesterday shortly after noon. Although her condition until Monday seemed to Indicate a complete recovery, · she became much worse late Monday night- Mrs. Albrecht was the wife of G. E. Albrecht and -was widely known in this city. She was a member and faitiful worker in the First Presbyterian church. She iras also a member ot the "rder of the Eaatern Star, in which she held an office. Deceased ·was born near Parkerstourg, "W". Va., a daughter ot James and Sarali Me- Gough. She is survived, in addition to her husband, by one daughter, Phyllis. Threa sisters also survive. They are Mrs. W. G. Conn of Point Marion, Mrs. Henry Berkmann of Monongahela City, and Miss Katherine McGough, also of Monongahela City. Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning from her late residence in Wills Road at 10.30 o'clocl^. Rey. J. t. .Proudfit. pastor of the First Presbyterian church will officiate. Fol- loTring tbe services the funeral party will go by automobile, to Monongahela City where interment -will be made. . -- I SAMUEL C. NICHOLSON. Largely attended was the funeral of Sajauel 0. Nicholson h*ld yesterday at Mill Him from the Indian Creek Baptist church. Services were held at 1 o'clock from the louse and at 2 o'clock from the charch. Rev. McCancfeless of Nonnalvitte officiated. Interment "was made in the Indian Creek eenretery. The pall bearers were George S. Howen, George Williams, Albert Shobert, John Bicher, 'William Prinkey and Lawrence Hawirios. ALBERT A. NEW-BOLD. JFunoral services for Albert A. Newbold were held at 8 o'clock yesterday evening: from his late residence, in Leisenring aevnue on the West Side. Rev. J. S. Showers of the United Brethren church, officiated. This morning the body was shipped to Geneva, Pa., on the 7.22 o'clock Pennsylvania train by Funeral Director J. E. Sims, where interment will be made-in the Geneva cemetery. CLEO FORETO CH.OPP. Cleo Foreto Cropp, 12 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Cropp .of Highland avenue, died in the Hfonnt Pleasant Memoria] hospital Monday following an illness. Funeral services will be held Friday morning with interment in the Butsey cemetery. Funeral Director J. L.. Stader is in charge. Pure Chewing Gum a Stick adai keeps "Bad Habits away PLAY TWO GAMES When Itching Stops Elites Ifiii Over B. 0. on«i Then ·. . ««**-»« Over*TM, TeaTM. The Kiite and Garage baskclball : tation almost instantly and thatdcaa teams wen over the Baltimore Ohio : and soothes the skin. team in the city league last night. The ! Ask any druggist for a3Sc or $1 Dot Elites, 36-18. At the end ol the flrsl half the score stood 14-7 for the Bal- timorc Ohio team but the Elites sol a run in the second period. The .Vaccabce team, forfeited their game to the Garage by failing to an- pear and the railroad Bye played against that team also, losing 52-18. The garage, being a fresh team had an advantage over the B. o. and Tor a time had a walkaway. ,^ acldjead ^ eczema, blotches, ringno .^j similar skia troubles will disappe i A little zemo, the penetrating, satis :ing liquid, is all that is needed, for H Ton 7P»nt Somethins Advertise for it in our classified column. One cent a word. ECONOMY DT CHECKEJG ACCOCK Jfo Orders Tet. Neittrer draft board for Districts Nos. 2 or 5 had received any word today regarding the next contingent of men to so to Camp Lee. Although it .has been anounced that 52 raen will.go from the firt board and 40 from the second, no officials orders to prepare transportation are here. Give Bail tot Court. Jstmcs R. LinSerman and son, Wilson, of BioVwcll were given hearings before Alderman Fred Munk yesterday, cha-rs-ed with breaking and entering by Captain E. F. Ludwig of the Baltimore Ohio police. Taej- gave }300 bail for court Then you need a winter tonic to · keep ap your blood-strength and j nerve-force. For nearly fifty years physicians have prescribed CCOTT" JEMULSION, because it is a true food and an active tonic, easily digested and free from alcohol. If you are rundown, if night finds you tired and sleep is not refreshing, by ail means get Scott's Emulsion today, you Heed It. Experience Proves That a Cbeckl Acconnt Saves Money. TIT this plan lor yourself and 3-' will find it true. A bank account so jecl to your check Is a systemn method oC handling income" and e penses. System results in a savit ! Every man and. woman who has n ft income should open a Checking A count at this bank. Call and talk ov the plan with us. Banking hours dai from 9 to 3 o'clock ami open on St urday evenings from 1 to 9 p. m. T Citizens National Bank. 138 N. Pit! burgh street, Connellsville.--Adv. , Summer Normal. There "will be a lire Summer Schc at South ConnellsviHe. Pa. The session vrill open 'May G, a: continue six weeks, closing wi county examination for teachers. All common"brancbes, voice culriu A class in methods of teaching w receive especial attention. We can loan books to a limited nui ber who attend this school. For fc ·ther information address J. C. Beah- A. M., Princfal. Cocaellsvilla, p». Adv. 13 wed- '

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