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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIBE, CONNSLLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 191S- I si- Officfcrs -for.. the ,"ensjiMe.',r2ar: vtere; elected as-follows at l e regular meet-. ing ot the Marthr. Norton Bible class Elite *. Jones m-johnston 'C./TifcCormick-; has gone: to Erie to visit net-mother, Mrs. Teresa npwn. · .·*;·. ' ; Miss -MaTaUpyd. S,tillwagon; w-ho un- :de£w,'!!ni:"sn;. opera tfon^at-.St: Joseph's hospital, Pittsburg, is. getting along . President, Strs, Cieorge Porter;- first very, nicely.. -She expects to be_, able - vice president .Mrs. P. R. Weimcrf to return home about second vice presMent, Mrs. a-l 8 *^:'-;-. · '·- ·-··'· ·'·· ··· "- D. Schell, recording secretary, Mrs.] The best 'place .to shop alter all. Ilobert "Werner; class secretary, Mrs. ] Brownoll, Shoe Co.-- Adv. A. E. DumbaulcJ; treasurer, Mrs. Ellis I Mr s- J-. ^ Brennen o£ Scottdale was P. Jones;- bunding fund · treasurer, j » Pittsbnrg .visitor, yesterday. Camp 'Lee, Petersburg, Va., and Camp Hancock, Augusta,-Ga., to visit Thurman. and Walter Btxler. sons of the former.. Thurman is located at Canjp: -Jwliiie" 'Walter is in .training- at Camp'Hancock. ' ' ' . ' . . Patronize those who advertise. ' . inss Ella Skiff of Bdeaboro, who : ls ; the guest of Mrs. R. C. Lyon of North Pittsburg stroet, went .to' Uniontown last evening to visit Miss Alice H rier. - . . BAKERS BREAKEAST COCOA Tfte fcod drink without a fault Mrs. Edward Marsh.; chorister, Mrs. J. ..Mrs. £/cmrara .uantu; cuiiii:?L'.ii, jvua. j..:.. .. .---- . '. · .. . . . . . J. Eaos; pianist,-Mrs; P, H. Beichley; 'Lisbon. O./are tlie guests of Squire CABLE MESSAGE TELLS OF EDy SMALL'S SAFE ARRIVAUJYER THERE Well Known Tounit 3£nn ot- Connclls- - rille is Unlisted in the AvloUon ^ I Service. V, .". . J. E. (Ed) Sman who cnHstcd last = jyaar Inline aviation corps'oJ the Uiii- VMr. and°Mrs'. 'Wiillam S. Sigley of tod States anoy has arrived safely in reporter, Mrs. A. D. Soisson; teachers,; Mrs. J. L. Kurtz. Miss Ella Hyatt, and Mrs. Emma Foley. The followir.j; pro-, gram was. rendered:. Solo, Mrs. J. J. Enoa; recii»tipn ixmii'e Means; sold Harry Reese; jiiano solo, Pauline Kooser; birthday song, Harry and Martha Re?!e,C]iristobel Baer and Louise Means, Refreshments w e r e . . . . . . . . served by Mrs; Jones, Mrs. H. F. Lytle TM3'"ng -friends here. . D. D.Pretts. I Hare you seen Downs' . j new display of women s · was tendered a ana Mrs; i. A? Trimble o£ South Arch street . '. best in · .Easter novelties at Hail's . cards, booklets, Picture Store. -- Mis. Roy Bryner of Scpttdalo is the guest ot "Mrs, J. E. Jones'of North Plttsburg:street. . Mrs. Michael Darr of Hazlewood is P-nm«t right up to the homelotCaimcilpnranrJHKiW':. -Hoover in braoCBT3iW 35th .birthday.;:. Various g»me«3r6ft.^plataLanla,':nio3t eil J°^" ed luScS»bi::'was' served^raiiss Adelaide My«r»"aai-rui« Clsurfwcro the chaV;ifron*5^--»-Tlie ..following were preaent-^aBsE ^ Gertrude- Marsteller, V U9 S~S" ? ^' TceJKy" Josciiitar Sois- naiiwrtri siorble ~Roselia Guynn son, iJ3»iH*tii4eQE5u\ . . j ...... -o---...^' Gertruae,^tra:wn.~Ca^oUiie,:Oarr and Ruth"iFtoionsr;BjTan-r'Wilson. Allen page,^Wajrace" Wagoner, Theodore Shaw;~EricVPeterson,- Edgair Enos,' Charles ButVermore, Beed Brown aad Melvia Stfllwaton and . Clarence Kerchner the latter of Dunbar. i -Miss Edith Colborn will entertain the T. C. T. Fancyvrork club Tuesday night at her homo in Morton avenue. -- . · The aemi-moTraily meeting of the Ladles' Aid. society of the First Baptist church 'was heid last evening at the home of Mrs. J. E. Jones. The meeting .was'-largelr. attended tx was the most interesting one held for some time. A business meeting. .was held, followed by a social session, during whch Mis. N. T. Hibben sang and Miss Imofcene Kaodes gave readings. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Roy Bryner of Scottdalfl.and Mrs. Michael Darr of Hazelwood, were out of town guests. ' . At a recent meeting 'Of^thejSimday. school board of the First Baptist church James Fomwalt was elected actin°"su T ;perintendeii.t to serve, during tiie absence of Harold Boyd, who is in training at Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. A..R. Boyer was made assistant snper- UriteiwJendr:....;:: ;r.".. :,,.'..'..'. . ' "Mrs7~Jon"B -Jr'Enos" entertained t a 6 o'clock dinner last evening at her home at .Snydertown. hr observance of -the · 44th birthday anniversary . of; her husband. Covers were laid tor- six persons. -·- · ·· - - -- · · · - -U't;."i:~~ . ~-- "'.'. - c: .· '. r /_ MET*." ^Darid Ijong will- entertain the Ootiook-club-MondJor-ifterhoon- at her hoin«-- In-- Moirell avenne, Greenwood. \ -- · ': Dr. '. Xstbecine JWafcaekt was hos- 'tess-«t the 'regular meeting of tie Friday irtern-oon Bridge mist club yes- :terd«y aflernoon at her home in East Crawford avenue. Ltmcaeon was s«rV- ed preiioda-tb' the games. . . . . ^ . . . . -- . . . . . . InvitethTn* have -been .issued for an *£aster tenice . and-', reception to. . be given by the" Unity Fraternity at .the Colonial inn, Fri*a'y evening, April 5. KiferlVs orchestra-will play. The committee In charge- is Paul : B. Soisson, D. Kirk Dilworth, Junior Mar- Bbmll. C. Edwin Keagy and G. Carr Sheets. · r .· '· ' - ;: Rer. PJeteher^r-JoiBsl--MUl-lwilT preach at the Church ot the Brethren in the West ' Side' tomorrowTnjorning af 11 a. m^ and tie evening at 7:30 p. B. . .' .. .,' .-. ... ·: ' . -- . . . . . . PERSONAL. I Dr. T. B. Bcbard-was in Pittsburg' yesterday. . , . , ' · · ' · · Mrs. T. -B. Donnelly was* vjatting friends in Pittsbnrg yesterday: . . Cyrus Kennel went to Pittsburg this Mrs. TV'.-M. Duff of Greensburg has returned home after a visit, with Mr. 1 and Mrs.rH. C; Dunn. Mrs. Charles McGoogan and son, Billy, of Mount Piecsant. arc the guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Couebenour. "Hear the successful Evangelist L. A.; Bennett every night next week at the Metiiodist Protestant Church. -- Adv-23-lt ' '2Irs. James Cocniff and daughters, TSeresi, and Katierine. went 'to. Pittsburg this morning. Mrs. W. O. Scuoonover and darigh- ter,' Miss Donella, are spending the day in Pitteburg. . For the best and cheapest repairs on that roof, conductor or spouting. see F. T. Evans 'Estate. -- Adv. Miss Alice O'Connor went to Pittsburg this morning to visit' friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Porter and baby of Scottdale, were guests 'of Mrs. Porter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Percy ft "West Peach street, Thursday. Easter cards for our boys in camp at -Hall'd Picture Store.-- Adv.-- 22-2U Have yoii.'neard EvnEge!;»t L. A. Bennett, at the Methodist '.Protestant Church?-- Adv-23-lt . . 'i\S». E. F. 'Daiigherty and daughter, Mis* Frances, are hi Pittsburg ttday. - To'a can buy - "cheap clothes" at cheap prices Vnywhere, but for highclasK: tailoring at; the right price see Dava.Cphen, Tailor.-- Adv. . .'ilrs.' Mae James went to 1 Pittsburff thia morning to meet her daughter. Mrs. Fred Fithian and two children -'bf 'Grove City, who will accompany her home for a few weeks' visit. Mr. Fithian. accompanied M-rs. Fithian. and children to PitisbtVg.- 'The new rtaiif Oxfords and the 'new dull . Oxfords Downs' Shoe Store is showing is th« season's latest in foot- wear-tor women. See their display at 'once.-- Adv-23-3t : : . . Mrs. Lyda Gilmore and daughter. Miss Virginia Rlctor, are visiting .the former's r pareiris 1 'Mr.. and Mrs. Peter Knhna ^jd^-ilrs. .-Walter Taylor and family- of Johnston avenue. They are ·jta their 'way home from .a visit with "friends in Uniontown. ·Don't fall to hear Evangelist L. A. Bennett. of Baltimore at the Methodist ProtesULnt Churcu, opposite postoffice-. -- iAdv-23^it_. ' ' : i ' ' . - · ' · - Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas Rhodcbacker left yestizrday for Jacksonville, Fla.;; where Mr. .Rhodebapker has been; calte'd' as a witness in a trial. If you" have. a. piano that you want toned or any repairing " done I wtll: give you a special low price till April 1st- .--Call., or 'phone. "A, P. Freed's IKusic Store, ' 126 Sou'i Pittsburg street' Tri-Stato phone 668-Z..-- Ad*- ^iirl4-16-18-21-23. -·MiBS Inez Friend of Selbysport, wto bas "been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C._Wiss'el of '"Crawford avenue. ·West. Side, has. returned home. ' : \~MrsrIL S. .Mckee of Ninth street. Gi;een;w)ood. left last night for Camp Hancock,- Augusta, Ga, to Visit her' husband, .Major R. S. McKec of the 1 .110th Regiment Hospital corps. : ; ·»*Irs. ThomaH Courtney left last night for Camp lee, Petersburg, Va., to sieTKi a .few weeks with her h'lls- band, Sergfcanl; Major Courtney. City Secretary O:, Bixle'r and 'Dr. A. E. ' McCombs 'Jeft , .Thursday night- for; France; A cablegram .was. received yesterday by his brother James Small which carried the brief message "Arrived Safe": ' . f The aviator is well known in Con- nelUmlle- bavinis been emiloyed for 1 several years at the garage ol the Hyatt Motor*Compa.ny on the West Side. Ho enlisted early in the war and has been in iirainmg since, going' flrat to Kelly Field in San Antonio, Texas. EOIt£E HEEiBABGH BXPliCTS TO GO TO FKASCE SOOJf. George Cyras Hoinbaugh- a. well Icoown young man of this city, enlisted in the railroad service in Washington, D. C-, and is awaiting orders to leave soon for somewhere in France. Hte brother, Oren Heinbaugh, is in training at Camp Lee, Petersburg. Va. Both of the young men resided with their jdster, Mrs. C..E. Eno of Sycamore GOOD3US AST* IiBYDTE OFF TO KiTEl! SiBRTICK, Louis. Goodman will leave tonight for Fon Monroe, Va., lo enter the United States medical service in which he enlisted some'time ago ia New York. At the same time Naxhan J,cv1ne will Jea-e for Fort Jay, New York, also to enter that branch o[ the service. They expect soon to be sent to France. ALBERT ROSE TCKU, A.N1) HAPPY Cf FBAKCE. According to equipment, etc., received In France,, it would seem that it won't be long until "they get the Kaiser," write* Albert Rose to his parents, Mr. and Mr?. F. C. Rose of North Pittsburg street. Young Hose, who is with the 23rd Engineers,' located somewhere in France, has been moved five or sLi time according to his letter, but he thinks he .is now permanently located. He writes:. "The bread is good, tastes like pies and cokes at home. Saw a line of truck ambulances three long as Pittsburg street in Connellsville. Am.digging with a pick and-.shovel,' helping to build a railroad, but expect to drive a truck when they arrive. Have'not received . any mail, nor papers yet. .Forget what American paper looks like. Am well nnd happy.'V" ·' Table Xrink? that ia gaining tremendously in public favor-Instant ··'.: Besides bein^ : a ; time.-economyV ~ ' : »ugar,^fuel {and · waste, it. . . *· if: i*-f a *-:*5 l P.*! I 5 or to ;: c6ffeelin ; ^ . health value. , . . . : . : '·.""·: ''.:£:' Why... not ; try this^iaro^4 " . ' . ' oughly ..': ·-· " .;, . :' ; : " ' ' c -.-' : _ '_ American Driiik Made of high grade cocoa beans skil- fully blended and manufactured .by a perfect mechanical process, without the use of ch'einicals. It is .absolutely pure . and wholesome, and its flavor'is delicious, the natural flavor of the cocoa bean. · "^ . g e n u i n e bears this trade- mart and is made only by FARMERS ACCEPT THE CITY OFFER OF HELP BRING BOOKS TO CHURCH For Soldiers and Sailors Tomorrow is Call Sent Oat Today..." Persons having books to donate to the collection for the soldiers and sailors are asked to- bring them to church tomorrow'and leave thern with the .ushera.. Yesterday- 328 more, volt irines were received. . ' The contributors were,,RRV. Wilbur Nelson,: H. V. Rendine, R. J. Paine, Sarah Hooper, Mrs.. James.O'Bonnell, .Mrs.'J. Creodon, Mrs. Mary Kelly, .Charles - Bettler, Mrs. .Blair Swartz- ·welder; Mrs.'W. L. Wright, Miss Laura ·Roake, Mrs. A. R. Boyer ; Mrs. John Grant, Mrs. A. A. - Clarke, Fred De- Cbaintoeau, Mrs. H. P. Snyder, Mrs. 0. E. Carson, C. B. Campbell, Miss ciusirial army will be/worked Matilda Stephenson,, L. j. Black, J. "red Kurtz, Miss E. E. Larch, Mrs. J. .1. Thompson, Miss Edith Colborn; Mrs.. J. T. Johnston, D'avid Randolph, Mrs. A. W. Kern and Miss Helen Kern. The Boy Scouts, ot Leisenring turned in 34 books. . . i. ;" Ifew Stenognpher. Miss Margaret Carson-, a clerk and stenographer in 'the power department of the .West Penn Railways company for some-, time, has been made stenographer to. C. M... Gear, superintendent, of transmissions and sub-stations,· to succeed-' Miss Mary Riley, vho left this morning ' for Washington, . D. C., where she will enter thiU service of the government Miss . Elizabeth Kurtz succeeds Miss Carson. · ' · . · · . ' · ' ' .Home o n 'S. P. Smith, Company D, 110th Reg-. Iment, stationed 'at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., is spending a" furlough with bis parents, Mr. and, Mrs. S. .3; Smith -of Grays Landing.. 'O;'13: Weimeri. aluo a. member of- Company D,.-is spending a furlough- with his parents, Mr. and. Mrt. I,. W. TYeimer of Grays Landing; . At the Hospltia: - Mildred "Wag-pher, aine years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D, G-.-Wag- oner-ot;the West-,Side,:;underwent'.att operatio'E. for appendiciils" last..night at the Cottage State hospital; and today at noon was. getting along nicely according'to hospital authorities. . - Continued from FQ.KC On*.true if the world wasn't at war. The men of Connellsville will use ovary ounce of strength they have because it is aii absolute necessity that we htivn the food. going to the farm for a day with the expectation ot getting a good meat and lying In IJie shade of a tree." E. E. Arnold said Ulat he believed the farmer should take all the labor oSsred thorn. He said that though i-- oilght -not be the beat it would be great hslp. "Last year." he said, "I offered $G a day to get my* corn huiik- i»d and I ihtnk vre ought to take this ilKhor that in offered to us." ' M. B. Townnond of Flntwoods was itriuch in favor of accepting the o.lty Kabor, "Todjij-/'^he-said, "means liltlo or nothing. This proposition means ranch 16 every man of us. Tho trouble with us as farir;ers and citizens is, wd do "not understand each other or )jei clo,!o cno«gli together. Coanellsviils todiiy Uas loads ;he most royal ana loyal propo'iitiou that "I have ei-ev hearvi'frdm a sist of men. 17o don't want a mar. sU'idily and at. al] tinjea but iri cast's ol emergency we win have 'tie men tc. help us in hard place.';. What on earth would bo more fair, snd they won't drsrw tho watca on yim." · ' . . "W^-jes anywhere, between ?2.50 a day to $4 and 55 were suggested by some, farmers- the higher wages coming from thoia who suffered from lh« shortage last year, showing that they were willing .to pay anything to (;at the help. The day will be ten hours long with two meals included. George S. Connell rend a letter received from Lawrence county were .| the volunteer farm syHten was car' ried out extensively last- year. In that county $1.5(1 was paid .Bach day for a' city man's labor with two meals, or $2,25 without meals. The plan there worked -.very successfully and plans are being made to carry it out on even a greater -scale this year, A meaiis of communication between the farmer and the head pf the cHy lc- out do that when help is needed word can be sent here and assistance teured. Benton Boyd told the-meeting; that a man would be appointed in itie county to cooperate with :the fanners iu getting the labor to them, and that he would -keap in direct touch with the men la this city who are offering their services. . ' . - County Farm Agent P. E. Dougherty told the farmers to inform their wivas that it was not necessary to give a better dinner than was the custom bo- cause' a city man was going to work on their farm that day. · Before the meeting ended Mrs. W. O. Schoonover spoke on what work the women, wore .'doing to help "win, the war. She asked the farmers to urge their, wives to register and-to explain to th«m'tha't it did not-mean they, were to be drafted and sent away from their homes .to. do. foreign duty... A vote-of thankrto the Masonic organization, was made for the use ct tn"e big dining'hall.' ' ·- , Toe committee appointed to adjust the. system, ot. volunteer '.farm, labor and the wages to be. paid the men.whb offered.their services is:.E. E.'Arnold, Franklin-township; Cyrus Sipe, Mill Run; John T. .Smith;'Dunbar township; T. J. Hooper, j. E. Angle, and P. H. Wehner of this city.' . ' * .-The -whole:affair^..was. weil handled by a committee composed ot Thomas J. Hooper, -W. O. Adrian and 'Charles A. Crowley. . \ . . : IS FMEffi. Brtingnisfc Small Flr«. The- fire department' was* called' out last evening about 6:30 o'clock'to extinguish a'small blaze in. a frame! house orivFairview avenue,.jiist a.shortj distance, above -.South Pittsburs street; Hand.chemicalfi tFsre^used.. ' Twelve Poaad Boy. . ' . . . The stork paid i'fs Arst visit to the home of Mi;, and Mk;s. John Walker at Morrell .ami left.a 12 pound baby ; girl. Mrs. Walker was formerly Miss Ruth Smith, a .teacher in the Dunbar-.towa- ·ship schools Special Reception Monday Xigkt .-At -Jacques, .Markell. halU. Kiterle vrith drums,--Adv --23 2! Gentle Spring Begins This AVijek. Winter'bids us'farewell, this week: Spring .is here. Sfori tlie robins and baseball scores wiH be witli us. Yes; time is flying. malting, the most o£-it? Are you sal-ing something regularly? - If not, better start an ac- ixmnt -with 51 or more at the old, re- est'.--Adv." . ' . ' . ' · ' ' · - . : TO'Flag 1 Bo.-iiiation. , : . Members of. William' K Kurtz Post o£ tie G. A. R. will.leave on the 6.30 o'clock "West tomorrow evening for Percy, to attend the · service flag dedication there. A Brilliant Assemblage of Millinery So far is the shape is concerned it is proper to please oneself-high, low, I^rge, small, tailored or noyel--every type is being shown. We present every day a brilliant assemblage of millinery dietinc- tlveness, stylish aaodels lor everybody's satisfactorj' choosing. Here is Millinery Indi viduality A "personal" hat--one that is the exception and not the rule, · that appears as if it were expressly .designed for you--r.hat kind o£ hat we aim to show you at all times in the millinery section. The section is full of now hats cleverly interpreting the present modes in shape, color and trimmings. Crowds its and Dresses! As tlie days pass and the styles come under the test of those best able to judge, |i betomes.apparent that our summing up of the situation as shown by tie daily exposition of the coming fashions, is correct. .Our fashion-sections are making some notable successes and present daily a gre=t many styles Ironi leading New York houses--models which are confined to this store onlj in Connellsville.' -' -- Ask the person who buys a Dunns suit,--that's all the advertise ment we need. We will match our styles, quality and price with any one- our Suits. Sc, "THE STOEE AHEAD." .subscribe, fo- The Daily Councr TKe Hot"iE of QUALITY and SERVICE --s TO 133 N PITTSBURG St. CONNELLSVILLE. ?A. BCTTEEICK PATTERNS. A NEW CLASSIFICATION W COAL PRICES MADE EFFECTIVE 7A.M. TODAY "t Change .In This District if tho 45- C't'nt M'uge Advance urto Ic Added to U»e Frices in (Jio Schedule. A reclasaification of prices at which coal may be sold ai the mines in the Ptttsburg district, West Virginia au'd other bituminous districts, hecame effective this morning at 7 a, m., according to an announcement made by the Fuel Adaninistra^on. The new order provides that in the Pitisfturg district, including the counties ot Washington, Greene, Fayette. WcstmorolaTid an'd Allegheny, the prices will be: Run ot mine, $2.00; prepared sizes, ?2.25; slack or screenings- J1.75, with the following/exception: (First) that portion of Allegheny county from the louver cad ot TaroutuijQ. borough north to the county line; (second) the territory in Westmoreland county from a point opposite the lower ond of Tarenlum borough. north along the Allegheny river, to the Ki ski in in etas river, and along the Kikiminctas river eastward to the Conemaugh river, to the county line of Cambria coiy.nty; (third) operations on Indian Creek in "Westmoreland couniy; (fourth) operation? in the ChiopylD ditrict oT Fayette'coun- ty- . , , " Thw excepted sections being thin vein districts : It'is presumed that the recently revised prices Cor these districts will remain unchanged at $2.60 for all grades, plus 45 cents per at those mines wb.ere the advanced scale of wages Ls .being paid. Whether ths new prices fixed for the Pittsimrg district arc to in-nude the 4-5 cents ^vage advance is not made plain in the announcement. If this is to be added to the prices as above given there will be no change, .the present schedule being: Run of mine $2,45; prepared sizes, $2,70; slack, $2.20. .These prices were established by the order-granting the privilege of adding tlie 45-cents wage increase to the prices fixed August 21 last at $2; $2.25 and $1.75 respectively- which are the s-ome as the prices specified in the announcement effective today. , . ' Make Red Cross Talks. E. T. Norton, J. S. Carroll, Rev. J. L. Proudflt and F. W. "Jones addressed a large gathering at the Pon'ar GTCVO. scho'fc! Connellsville township, last iiight.on Red Cross work. The sum of 513.50 was realized for the .·JuTritir Red Cross. Hchard in Deal. Cyr,is Jj/chard" has tradwd a house and lot. in 1 Green street valued at ?10000 1.0 Taylor N. Dawson of Union- toft-n for coal-in West Yirgiiiia at $65 an acre. JAMES' C. BEGLEY. . James C. Begley. one of the most widely known school teachers of Somerset county, died unexpectedly Tuesday morning at the . home of his brother, Ex-Sheriff William C. Begley, two miles west-of Somerset Death ·was caused by pneumonia, which he developed only a few days before while teaching at Edie. The deceased was about 45 years of Sge, and with the exception of three or four years spent in newspaper work on the Fayette Republican ol ConnellsTille and later at.Win-dber, he devoted all of nis time to educational affairs. While he was employed in newspaper work at Windber, Mr. Begley was severely injured in a railroad accident at the Johnstown station of the Pennsylvania railroad. His -wife was killed in tho same accident. The deceased was a son of the late David Eegley and is survived by- his mother, two brothers, William C. Begley, mentioned above, and Robert Begley, of Boswell, and by one sister, Mrs. Charles W, Stern, of Husband. ANGELO DeMART. Angolo DeMart, 51 years old, a laborer for the West Penn Railways company, died yesterday at the home of John Kandiello, 207 North Seventh street, West-Side. Funeral tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from St. Rita's Italian Catholic church in Uie West Side, with interment in St. Joseph's cemetery. Deceased was born in Italy, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve De- Mart. MRS. DORA KUTCH. Mrs. Dora Kutch, 64 years old, died Uiifi morning at the home of her son. Stephen Kutch, 211 North Eleventh street, "West Side, following a month's illness. Mrs. Kutch bad been in this country for about 2£ years and of late .had made her .home with her son. I Stephen Kutch. her husband, died a little over a year ago. Deceased is survived by the following children: Joseph Kutch of Wheeler; Joha Kutch of Uniontown; Michael Kutch of Iowa; George Kutch of Altoona, and Stephen Kutch of Connellsville. MISS EVA MAE WORK. Miss Eva Mae Work, 18 years old, died t-his morning at 6:30 o'clock at nome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Work near Adelaide, ot convulsions. She had been ill since htst Thursday. Funeral Mond:iy afternoon at 1 s'cloc- froTTi the fsniiiy. rwii1=nee. Deceased is survived by Vier parents and the following brothers and sisters: Grover, of Stewarton; Ray, of Uniontown: William Eli, at home; Mrs. Luelia Coi'san, of Charleroi; Mrs. Sadie Morse of Bedford, and Mrs. 3iary 1 Morse of Connellsville, , , Chas. C. Mitchell FUNEEALDIRECT- lit South Plusbnrg Street. Both Phonos. I omploy no agents or soUcf Am dolne business strictly on my merits. 18 years practical expcrie: Motor Funeral Service if SIGHT ANSWERED AT OFFICE. EVERYTHING COOKED T.TKT.1 AT HOME, Strictly Fresh, Clean and Pure. ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CLUB BREAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNER, "Our Pastries Are Delicious Because They Are Homemade." NEXT" DOOR TO WEST PENN WAITING ROOM. Patonize Home Merchants Who Advertise in This Pa*: ·Patronize (hose who advertise, Try our classified advertisements.

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