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TWO- THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, M.VRCH 21, The Pi Eta Phi soci ty is holding an informal dance at the Colonial Inn tonight. Invitations for tae affair , went out last week. -Many of the younger social set attended the rtanee. Mrs. Ror. G. L. C. Rlciiardson will keep opea iouse to .the Methodist Episcopal women or Coonellsvijle Friday afternoon trora 2-:30 to 5:00. Kvery Jlethodisi woman wheth-sr she has "transferred her membership or apt if invited to attend. The women are asked to bring their knitting, sew- tngriancsmrork or" anything" ek.e they may wish to work at for the afternoon. A program will be remfercd and light retreshments -will be served. A silver offerine for the new church project TrfHte token. A very Interest meeting f thÂ« Woman's Benefit Association oÂ£ tie Mac- cabees was lield'ipuesday evening In Maccbee hall. During the summer months, the meetings wiUbecpenatS o'clock. Thursday evenics a special meeting will be held at the home "of Mrs. GaUagaer, 206 JJonfc alley. -AH memfcro are. requested to be present to pin. for a patriotic drive to secure every member to 3om the W. B. A. patriotic service. Â· This fund is to : SeJjt wlTes and mothers of our boys Â·who owing- to (he war are Jiot prospering; also to 'aid our boys when they come-home and need our beip, Mrs. J. "W, Mad^gan was lioscess at a sewing party and dinner yesterday afternoon and last evening at her home in. Isabella Road given ui honor of Mis, Mary SlcClean, of Toronto- Canada, who is the guest of Her brother,. X "ST. Balaton, at North. Pittsburg; street. Covei3 were laid for 14. Decorations -were in. sweetpeas. Among the guests was Miss Ella Skiff, of Bd- Inboro -who is spending a few weeks -Kith. ConneilsriHe and Umontown At a meeting yesterday tlie W. C. T. U. voted to use $20 of its funds for the fight Xor adoption, of the prohibition coaatztotional amendment and $20 for comfort bags .for the men in the service. Time new -members litre received into ttie Woman's Guild of Trinity Episcopal church 'at a meeting yesterday afternoon at the hotne-oÂ£ Mrs, Charles Weisgerber, Vino street, at which 17 oS :he guild were in attendance. The new members are Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. itiller and Mrs. Havi- laod, The next meeting will be held at the hosie ot Mrs. MoETnanfty at Sooth ConneHsville. Rer. I. E. Rtmk, pastor oJ the. United Brethren church, at ScotfcJalej will address the Christian. Cattore class of the United Presbyterem church at a supper this eveuutjr a* 8 o'clock at the church. . . : PERSONAL. Cnartes J. JteGffl of Dawsnn -was a busiaÂ«es iftwtor hore'yesterday. The t**t place to shop ttttt *tl Broroefl Shoe Co.-- AM. Mrs. ~W. F. Soiwon left last night for New York. - . - SErs. W3B*ni -DnU vent to BKs- burg this Toanxmg. Â·Wiry pÂ«l I5.-50 and $5,00 for -wants w hen you can buy as cood and il not better -wateis at Dune's for $S^*? -Air.-- ZMt. V- J. Q*rk of tte Coonellsvine Garage -was jn-Plttsbttrg yesterday. He tlrore an OidsmohOe tflroogh, the nÂ«r spring woolens are bean- tie*! I !Â«Â·Â» wÂ«y conceivable shade and iÂ»eaÂ»o. B* sere and see fram! DaÂ» Oobtn, TsBor.-d.dv. , Â·Me. Edcar Oj"pber at Bedford has returned hone from, a short visit with Â» mother, Mrs. 'Uzcttta Cypnq?, of the "Wo* 3*. 9*c DÂ«nn^Â» J5.00 georgette crepe and C4HL4MI de-dnne Â·waists befom tnry- They will SÂ«Â«B ?ou K. C. McGjTns amÂ«d test evening iron Clewfamd, Otic, to visit Ins faflMr, J."W. KcGtaciK, who 'is in at Us bom* at East CocaeHsvffle. Grape-Nuts tat a "saving" food for the*e serious tkoe^iests upon real merit. ^ Unlike the ordinary cereal Grape-Nuts requires no sugar, little milk or cream, and re- r quires no cooking or- other preparation in Â·erving. A trial 13 weD-vrorth while for those who jjncerely desire to save. "litre's a Reawn" the - g ConnellsvUle.-- Again Erann's have values in waists in Adv.--21-2U Miss Blta. Skiff of Edeuboro is the guest of Mrs. R. C. liyon. North Pittsburg street. If you have a piano that you want tuned or sny repairing done I will give you a special low pnce till April . Call or phone. A. P. Freed's Music Store, 326 Sooth Pittsburg street. Tri-State phone 668-Z.--Adv. --11-14-16-18-21-25. Mrs. laura Ranker,'East Fairview avenue'.-Ss in Brownsville today attending the opening of R. S. Goldstein Company. Her daughter, Miss Henrietta Ranker, is manager of the millinery department there. BOOK DONORS RESPOND LIBERALLY TO CALL FOR I BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS; f Three Huuiirpd Mnty-seven Volumes, j Collected DiiriHer Fin,t Three lajs of the Campaign. Tho work of collecting books for the soldiers and sailors is progressing most encouragingly. Miss Margaret jWhitcmau, librarian of Carnegie Free Library, who is directing the collection campaign reports that up until last evening a. total of 397 books bad been collected. One hundred of tnese collected on ^Tonday and 297 on and Wednesday. The donors the kwo last uame days wore as COMB SAGE TEA INTO GRAY HAIR Darkens Beautifully and Restores Iti Natural Color and Lustre at Once, "HZ" EASES TIRED, SORE, SWOLLEN FEET Belief for Acting, CaUoÂ«aÂ«d Feet and Corn*. limping aronnd wttti aching, Â£eet--feet so ured, chafed, sore aad swollen you can hardly get your soes oa or off? "Wly don't you get a 26-cent IKJX ol "Tiz" from the dÂ«ig store BOUT aad gladden your tortured feet?' **Tiz" makes your feet glow with comfort; cakes dov/n swelhngs and draws the soreness and misery rigtit oat of feet tfcat chaf.;, smart and ^urn. "Tiz" mstaatly stops pain in corns, callouses and bunions. "Tu" is glorious for tired, adzing, sore feet. No more shoe tightness--no more foot torture.--Adv. COAL AGENT BUSY Takes Tip 2)000 Acres in todiau Greet TalJej During Winter. J. P. Hellein, tlie local Seld agent for the Indian Creek Coal Cote company, back of which ara tue Mel- torts, Ktisbars bankers, and D. B. Zimmerman, Somerset capitalist, is still bnsy closing up the options he holds on Donegal toTmshjp coal lands. Dnnng the past week deeds were taken over for the John, bevan and Philip Kalp, William Sipe, Jerre Barnhart and J. P. Heltein farms, aggregating some 700 acres which, added to the tracts bought during the winter, run the total bought to date over 2,000 acres. Mr. Hellein also holds options on some 1.200 additional acres that will be purchased as scon as the snrveys can be made and "the deeds eiecated. The ruling price is J5S per acre. The entire field Till be operated from the Henry and itiies Ridtaiour farms on Indian Creek near Champioa where three slope openings have been made amd where the new mining town ol Melcroft is being boilt. Work is already weH under irar on the erection, of 200 houses for the miners that will BTentnally be employed there in additoa to the-structures needed for the machinery aad the like. ENTERTAINS OFFICERS Officials of Dairara Ked Cross Unit Are Guests of Front Tarr. ToÂ« officers oi the Red Cross unit ol Dawaon iras entertained at a reception given by Prank Tarr Tuesday night. The proceeds of the benefli held Saturday evening by Mrs. WU- lian Moore of Dawson were turned In, amounting to 5130. Muck credit for thÂ« fine work that has been done by the.Darcson unit is given to tte chairman, Dr. Harry J. Bell. Among the officers who attended the reception were: Chairman Bell; Vice Coabzoan E. A. Glennon. Jlev. H. A. Baum, Mrs. Saraa B. Cochran, Robert Henry, Mrs. "William Moore, Mrs. Herbert Baum, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Sirawn, Mr. and Hrs. George Moore and Mrs. Harry J. Bell. "Work turned in fay members oC'the Dawaon unit to date is valued at $8,000. At present 3Irs. Bell is instructing a daw of girls in inaklag surgical UNROOT WINS EÂ«pÂ»Mlcan Caodiuate Is Nominate! for C. S. Senate. .Irvine L. Letrroot, the loyal Republican candidate for United States Senator from "Wisconsin won the nomination yesterday "by aa estimated majority of 2,300 votes over James Thompson, the LaFoJletto pro-German candidate. Victor Berger, under indictment for violation oÂ£ tie espionage act, received 35,347 votes against 11,473 for ms opponent ou the Socialist ticket. Â· TKDOCCTG CITT 1ATTK. City Street Torce Getting" Public Property in Shape for SUBUUCT, The city street force was at work oa the big lawn this morning, scraping off the manure that has lain on it all winter. Street Commissioner McCormick saya-all he wants now is !Â»me ram to make the grass green. The letters which spell Connells- JYille will have to be trimmed up soon. ITae moss which forms ihe letters always spreads from one year to an^' other and it is necessary to trim it I each spring. U L. Herbert. K: Miss Evelyn Cotton, 5; Mrs. B. G. Mall. 2; -Mrs. L. U West, 22; Miss Jean Morris, 2i; Mrs. aaud Campbell, 3; Mrs. Harry Jennings. 3; Airs. Bella Zufall, 2; Miss ****Â· Â« = T. B. Hyatt. 2; J. *: *?**"Â· ^'W- \Harold Clasper- ?; George Griffin, 5; Miss Veronica Cailagbafl. 17; .Mrs. J. M. Yoimg. 10; Mrs. W. O. Scbootiover. 7; Mrs. Esther Smith. 2; Dr. Katherine Wakofield, 3; Leroy Siicox, 9; Mrs. Charles Gray and Miss Mary Snydcr, IS; Mrs. F. K. -Markeil, 24; Hev. J. L. Prouiiflt. IS; J. L. Kurtz, 3; Miss Elizaielh Gray. 2; .Mrs. L'. R. Floto, 6; Mrs. P. L. Gillette- 11; Mrs. M. P. Pickard, 7; Mrs. Ella McKesson, 2; Miss Jessie Rhodes. 4; Miss Jean Baos, 5; Berwyn Herbert, 5. ACCEPTS NEW CHARGE Rev. 3Iax Wiant, ConnellSTlIIe Itoy, Goes to JU-adJng Baptist Cburch. Rev. Max C. "Wiant- Cormeriy of Coa- nellsville, has accepted a call to the pastorate of the First Baptist cb-urch of Reading. OT his resi^aatjcm from, the First Ba-piist church of Scranton tiie Scran ton Republican says: "Energetic, faithful, successful pastors like Rev. Max C. Wlant, or the North Main avemii; Baptist church are needed m Scran ton, therefore his friends will regret to leara that he has accepted a call to the First Bap- tistc hurch at Reading, where he vrill go on April 7. His resignation was presented to Ms Scranton congregation on Sunday. Rev. Mr. Wlant has been at tbo Scranton church, for fire years, dur.ng "Wbich Lbe merrbership has Increased 250. In that, time tbo sum ot $20,000 has been raised for various purposes. During his stay here he served as secretary of the Scran-ton Ministerial Asociation for two years. He is noir chairman of the conumttee on evangelism He hud also served as 'moderator of the Ataington Baptist Association. However, he feels that he has been called to a wider fieLd of usefulness as the Kea-ding church, has a membership oE SOO, and its services -are attended by very large congregations." Common, garden sage brewed mu a j heavy tea, with sulphur and alcoho! 1 added, will turn gray, streaked and j faded hair beautifully dark and lux- i uriant. Mixing the Sajge Tea and Sul- , phur recipe at home, though, Uv tron-| blesomc. An easier way is to gel the j read-y-to-ue preparation, improved 'by j the addition of other ingredients, a ' large bottle, at little cost, at drug stores, known as "Wyetb's Sage and Sulphur Compound," thus avoiding a lot of muss, "While gray, faded b*dr is not sin- ftil, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractiveness. By darkening your hair with Wycth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell, because u does i* so naturally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and Araiv this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning ali gray hairs have disappeared. After another application or two your "hair becomes beatrtrfnlly dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant, and you appear years younger. Wycth's Sage and 3uLpb,ur Compound is a delightful toilet requisite. It is not intended for the cure, miUgnrttoa or prevention of disease.--AcJv. FIVE HUNDRED IS GOAL Methodist Snnilny Scliool is Searing That Hark, Statement Says. The Sunday school at the Methodist Episcopal church is climbing. Last Sunday U reached 420. with a collection of ? 13.00. An effort is being made to bring it up to an average of 500. and on rally day, Trhich is April 7th, the day revival meetings begin it is planned to bring out the entire enrollment of over SOO. Dr. Westfall, who will be the evangelist in the revival meetinKS, will address the school on rally duy morning. On Sunday, March 31, Dr. Horace B. Haste!!, president of Beaver College, will be with the Methodists all day. He will preach the missionary-educational sermon at 11 A. M., and address a mass meeting of all tbo churches at 3 p. m. He will also address the Cormellsville high school on Monday morning at chapel. LAST NUMBER TOMORROW Chancellor Bradford, T-cetnrcr, Will Complete Jintertainment Coarse. Tin last number of the high school lecture course will be given tomorrow night at tbo school auditorium, when Chancellor George H. Bradford, a well known lecturer of the Itedpalh Bureau will make an aJdres^. One of the best attcadances of the yew is expected at tomorrow night's lecture. Chancellor Bradford has taken broad view ot the problem of educa.- tion and "He knows much aftout .how to get the most out of the present condition ot affairs. He has toured the United Slates widely, lecturing in 24 states last year. Chancellor Bradford has a magmnceni appearance and his pecsonaJifcy "vvms tor nici much attention. CONNELLSVILLE PEOPLE SHOULD EAT PIE DAILY Pie is wholesome, combining both fruit and grain. Those who h: trouble digesting pie should take ONE SPOONFUL simple buckthorn bark, gljcerine, etc., as mbced in Adler-i-ka. This flushes the ENTIRE bowel tract, removes "foul matter whica poisoned your stomach for months and relieves ANY CASE sour stomach, gas or con- st.patiott' and prevents appendicitis. Loaves stomach m condition to digest ANYTHING. A. A. Clark.--Adv. MBS. MARY SELLERS. Following A stroke on Tuesday uoon from which she never regained con- Â· sciousness, Mrs. Mary Sellers, $4 years old, wile of George W. Sellers, died this morning al " o'clock. The funeral will ba held from the homo of a sister, Mrs. J. K. Yok:e on South Prospect street, Saturday aflexnoon at 2 o'clock with Kev. B. B. Burgess of the Trinity Lutheran church officiating. Interment will be made in the Hill Grove cemetery. Mrs. Sellers had been a resident of this city for about 20 years and was widely known. She was a daughter of Daniel and Margaret Cougheaour. ]n addition to her husband sho is survived by a son. William Sellers. A brother, Alex Coughenour of Monessen, and tlirc-e siaiQi's alfao survive. The sis- tecs are -Mrs. Pauline Mercer of Rochester, Pa.; Mrs. S. D. Woods and Mrs. J. K. Yohe of this cit). MRS. VICTORIA R MAT. Largely attended funeral sen-ices for Mrs. Victoria Balsiey Aiay were conducted yesterday F-flernoon at 2 o'clock at the home of her father, J R. Balsiey, in First street, Wost Side. Rev. G. W. Buckncr, pastor ol the Christian church, delivered the address of the occasion. Interment was made in CbcsUiui Hill cemetery, with C. A. Wagner, Charles L. Work, Jas. C. Long and James J. Driscoli acting as pallbearers. Among thoo attending the funeral were W. L. Luce, Judson Luce an-d Mrs. Ola: Grioben, % Monessen; Mrs. Cora Sballectbcrger, Pitts- bnrg; Mr. Weitner, West Newton; Edgar !"Yancis, Perryopolis ; George Balsiey and Lee Smith, Unionto-wa, and I. F. Balsiey. Phila.dÂ«lphia- MLHS. G. E. ALBRECHT. .Funeral services for Mrs, Luta Bell Albrecht, wife of G. E. Aibrecht were held from her late residence this morning at 10.30 o'clock, with Rev. J. L. Proudflt of the Presbyterian church officiating. After the services the body was Uken to Monongahcla City by automobile for burial thcrÂ». MRS. J. u. FRANKS. -Mrs. J. L. Franks, 42 years old, died Tuesday at her home at MoClellaixi- tcrwB. MISS VBO.V SHOEMAKER. JSOs Veda Shoemaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon J. Shoemaker, dted Tuesday at lier home at Somerset at the age of 40 years. HENRY D. Henry D. Kuhns, 53 years oW- a brother of Mrs. Mollie Stock, formerly of Connellaville, now of Scottiate, died .Monday at Grcensburg. DA.VTD C. THOUT. David C. Trout, 76 years 0)0, died of ,apoplexy Tuesday at his home at GreeasJuirg. He was the father oÂ£ Mrs. W. H. SmtUi of Saiithtoo, -MRS. JAMES F, STANTON. Mrs. James F. Stanton, 73 yean, old, died Tuesday at her homo at New Staaton. Hard to Please. ~H ' "What Is your dog's name?" "1 don't know yet," replied the patient man, "1 am still experimenting. I have tried Dearly nJl the dog names I can think o( and he doesn't answer to any of them." (Joes to Visit Husband. Mrs. \VSlham Fuoss loft this morning for Camp Hancock to join nor husband. Corporal Fuoss or Company E, 110th Jlegiment, Mrs. Fuoss is a daughter of Mr. anfl Mrs. J. W. Dodon of Poplar Grove. Child Under Kniff. 1 Dr. L. Bale Johnston, assisted by | Dr. Frantz of Confluence, performed j an operation yesterday at Ohionyle ou i stage ; Lulu Shipley, one of the children shot ward. 1 several weeks ago during a serenading. TITO Games Tonight. The girls' inter-class basketball iearos of the high school will play to- uight at the gyro. The Freshman and Sophomores will pUy the first game uncl the Juniors and Seniors will a contest immediately after- Classified AarortH-tnrnts I Bring results. Cost only Ic a word.! ing. Two Prisoners Sentenced. Two prisoners were sentenced to 4S hours each in the lockup this morn- HARMONIZING COLORS. Father--What! Yon want to become ensued to that measly "little Blink! Why, he isn't a bit ot use. Daughter--Why, papa, be is perfe^;- ly lovely. His hair and completion match iay new suit exactly, so there! 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. Tke HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 129 to 133 N PITTSBURG St. CONNELLSVILLE:. PA. PREPARATIONS ARE COMPLETE FOR THE FARMERS' BANQUET At Least 300 Persons Arc 3i*pected to A-llenii the DtÂ»ner at Jlasoalc Temple Tomorow. Preparations for the banquet to tiie fanners of the community b\- the } people of the city of ConneJlsvllle to be given tomorrow at noon in the Ma- sofljc Temple are completed. It is ' expected that at least 300 persons will be present at the dinner. Invitations , have been sent to the farmers rc- QueBtiag their presence, and if aoy bave been missed they are requested to be prefeent. Aftor the dinner curb markets and the farm labor question will be dis- . cusseJ the farmer's cooperation ynll be asked Etnd in turn the citizens of this city will back him up when he I needs help. An orgaatzatioa will be forrped immediately among the mea of the city who are wilting to help | the farmers io a time when they are ' short of labor. PAJAMAS C. FOK. 192 Pairs bruited by End of Week; ^ltel Cross. 1o ^nke Them. The women of tbe Red Cross are requGSied to report early and ,n a large number at the headquarters at the old high school building tomorrow Lo sew pajamas for the government A call requesting that 132 pairs be completed before the end of the week has come in, which will necessitates many workers. ftnlists *lu the Arm/. Joseph Dernore of Tount Pleasant enlisted in the Re-grular Army at the Pittstmrg recruiung station yesterday. Try our classiged advertisements. The Secret of Producing Lmmiaflt Hair Is found in the use of Caticura Soap shampoos preceded by touches of Cuticura Ointment to spots of dandruff, itching and irritation. These fragrant, super-creamy emollients tend to save the hair, clear fee skin and meet every want of the toilet. S.mpI B E*ch Fret: by MÂ«U Address postcard: **Cutieurm.,DBpt.4T,BoÂ»lon," Sold Â·verywhtrc. Soap25c, Ointment25and50c. Liberty and 0/rver Avenues Pittsburgh, Pa. Write for the free Style Sketches of Jonasson" Spring Dresses For Women and Misses Shopping by mail is safe and convenient We pay cost of delivery. Money back if you want it. Rieck's Ice Cream Fresh Prom -Pittsburgh Every Day. TAKE A HOME Served With Many Delicious Dressings at Collins' Drug Store, 117 S. BEETSBtTKG STBEET. SAVE THE HAIR And get more of it Use Our Bald Head Hair Grower It truthfully will grow liair on Bald Heads. See Forst^ Scottdale Druggist. A Drug Store for the People.