The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 25, 1918 · Page 6
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March 25, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONN ELLS VILLE. PA. MONDAY, M/ HCH 25, 1918. SUNDAY MAY COUNT ASAWORKDAYFOR R.R. CARRYING MAIL S»eh Js.DeeisjoB.p? Court of Claims hi Salts on Dls- ' pvted Accounts. fflE GOVERNMENT WINS ItrS^U JmnMmt Over .-~'mti Peaibtf for Tears, Vilem-thc :l»e«Wo« b jteTersei o» Apical .by -Case*. '.-ftmday may be figured as "a workday roi^\d^istonroi:the\Court.iot:Clinis : fat^ l _pTjg**t«ftf^j(»ygf0.''^rh^{fo control sn.its ·«r.i|Sainsr"6VBt* *40iCOO,000. ^'Thus. anleaa "appeal :,be taken, is ended in. the" ·overnment's / favor 7a legal-battle. »1 i»ierai. years' duration witi prxc- licaily all ot the large railroads of the ·ountry,aanou.ic«i the bureau for the Mease pt, lutts ; asate« the' United State*. .;·'.'- ·_ '.-;:'. · _ ' ·:.'..";{-:; CoBigreca 'pr0TMaa'. annual r comjyen- ution for; mail, franaportalion to be baaed upon average AaQy ireicht. The quadrennial weighing period ^o£ .'.106 iaW oJ'ictual' serriee'upoii sereh^day' roads. The- question- iiriaiw' whetnec dvily_ arerace means -the i.verags for i^*s"njp^i-wj|iick mail is actoally carried, wWchwonW be the' mme thins in Uu raie oi the-Mven-day road^ or ' of only'six -workday8;*the-£unday mail belli*.considered as.carried' on Monday' as It vould be' where no Snnday- traiu* an ran. Both Out. lixiday roads and the seren-day roade .daimed that 90Bday, being aj»y.ol re«t.;snould ^MMse-gkttred in to reduce.the average ,, ^- ,. baied their claim . £ VejJBtlnwd practice ot the Postv'Offlc'e $ "SjpKrtment, which, th*y argned, bad 5_^b*cbn« crystaUixed into law and had ^·"··(tT-gfW.legislitiW sanction--by re^ ~i_iwililjd..!epactm*nta_ot.Congress on the · §ub:»ct oi mail par. which enactments - inadCnO nroTision.tb iiatarb the practice of UjuriBg upon a week of only . . _ . . . . .. -'IT *-"Tii«*oorf fomid that wJlile' Congress; had fiegnenUy considered tneasurea - -to compel the seven-daj- basis and bad ·'·J./mol' : 'aao»Wa-;theia;- :in .» falling;: tb- -them It had "iiot: :.decjar«l? ;ln ' ' eaatauM b : -thi" roads,' -but: had 'thV'-inattir ·in'.the'.'dlac Poatenaat'er -Oen«ral,.Thau' ' ' Irr.jpay/toTb* njured npoa. IT; week; of -t^a«T»ii d»yi r uraa theref»re;uphelcl .' j -· * It wa« foand that-ii'.l*T3. wh ! »BL»OT- iv.«t»iae»t : .wel«ain« -and . ...the :;,;ifatday. 2-J«i»U- ttfO^auxl. mail :oarriera made ., - . p- ; . -?sC" in 1£K7,' -whein i the chance to : ,the SV' " --a»r«ii toy -baaS-' 1 was' ordered, .the con- B '-' : ' -?*.tlon» were" reveraed " and -" · str-iay ""'"" ^Jiiiilrn'liiii become ; the eicepUon. in.- i-j;*"»*r''of.-.tir- 4 rBlei' · ?Thii ; -in -a- wiyiis' ^^n^ocnltiaa ': :irV'en 'to^ the". '-· Ameilcin -isiieater? atrenuo^ty '.in ' i turned, h'owmr, ; £· termi ol^the contract* sued upon ,a«Tenr;ar,.»?is in computlig the :* geompenaation" ten'dered ti« roids. and i iliWiTOBoV aavlni; .yoluntaTily' pertorini- i 15«att»«'.:»«Tlce"- with inowledge. «f .;tfie of dorapenaation · fferM,; tbat ^i'-'iiiaittU. became- a -pin of their coitraetsr p?- : :i::S:iiTjto;t'««r:ca»eg;/after a'reargnmeht fe' i-i*Jaitfc Court: of Claims. and ;a; unanira- M'ft "aSl-'dtclrioii agmtosi toe-railroads wa» Sf^^-lftijnW-iit the Supreine Court by'the R'lijlit'J«iiri"G'; Johnson of Philadelphia;' iifisiFthe railroads, and Solicitor Gen-' -.jjy^^.; jjii^i 'aiict Assiitant -Atty. GeMral Huston .Thompson for wa» had- by . the 7^.-vrbJeh';;wa8 : one' ;ol tii^-,iuost .pro-. , ,. 'hlladelph i jiwyer's ..ca^. The gnpiemt Court, divided four: HciaL'r MeHernoW*"pof/stt- "bf nli^orratcconnection ni»*quentlj-, the i' '"deeiilom r««tood upon oaverlng , all in~Ui«"muIOtude ol -were- theS-ieleetiEd s iif. all plain-. e-;Drief»^and- . -The. i inajumoua deciiions for the ' gorern- eat.:- and · Mparate · .opinions .-:' 'were r wTHten -ey each o^ the five members . "- laerchaBta who advanlj* thelr-ioodr The Dally MAJOR LEAGUE ; SERVICE ^F)LAQ;CARRIES;76 STARS: , -J jTiiie. ma]or_ .leapies 1 -baseball service', nag now bus. 76 stars, 48 for the American and 28 for the National. Bank Govrdy of ·the Boston Nationals _was.'t ne first major leaguer to enlist and Is now overseas with hta regl 1 ment. Forty-two of the major ·lehguers chose..the : onny; branch : of the service, while the navy drew 21.C Other branches of the service appealed to 13 of the players;;'. 1 : ·: Besides the' major leaguers hundreds of minor and semlprp players from all over the eonntry have enlisted. Base- · baU;is doing ; itS'bit -.'- MMGRAPflS ...Cohnnboi. O.. will hold the Elks 1819 national .tenpln tourney. · _ _ - - - · · '··-·- · · ' . . - ' . ' · -:::T»»:.CnlyerBlry of Pltnjborgh VlU hold Its annual track meet May 18. 71/."""~ · "»· ·· · ·. ·· ...... · The Tigers must be coniidered In thi» year's American · league race. ' '"·' ...... :~ ;' ,:. ».. t « - · :; Syracuse*. 'imlYefiilty may . continue freshman crew rowing this summer. ' . . , · · ' . : / . . '. . . · ' · · · ·-. Baseball players will pack their duds in suitcasf J instead of trunks thla sea- ink ........... ... . - · : . . . . · · » . ....; Clark Griffith experts to keep up the food work:' with his bat and ball fund . - ' · ·.. . . --- .· '»-··' · : . · · . ·'. The American association -will follow the lead of. tie.major leatnea in col- lectUic the wactarr. '.-'. . . ·· · - · . . » - · · ...-; . ..... Jeue (X Burkett has signed, a' two? year contract to coach Holy Gross 'college baseball candidates. . :: · · · * · * . _..· ; .v John "Pani" Jones, 'one "of "the Giants' Tonng~hnTiera;^wbb was- to.-^et a/trial' this year, has enlisted in the- navy. . ., . . - . -·. "·· ·" ^* ":.: ' ';; ' ..... .' Al Delmont, one. time prominent ad a lightweight, has been cnosen; boxing ia- stmctor at-Philllps Andover academy. . - . ' » · · _ . . ;'·'. / , ..Jim. Duncan, . holder ., of the world's discus record, is a first sergeant of the Deventh engineers.: now on dnty in Franc*.'. '."-.', : '. ' ' . ". '., r;.' 1 ; ;.;.'.. :.. ... v'*.. ··.·· .'·:· ; ^During, his ;flre i :years with the .St. Ixmii. Browns, Derrlll Pratt, the Tan- kee» T new aeconil baaeman, muned but one- jam*-' -"·'-"' XV ' " · · . : . ' ' ' - · .." ;:. : '.^: :':VL ; : ·''·..* .,-.';· ;· · "·.;-··-. ' ? ;G«or^om: mjijveralty' footbaH! «*BT^ eB-'has ·ecuredCarllale Indians :as a ThaBtaijivinc day attraction for .Wasb- ' " '' ' · ' ' Chick Gturfll. Soi'drst sackcr, Is safe froTM' the draft for Borne- time. Chick belnx married .and harLnc'a bom knee, wasjplaced in clan 5.'- " ' . .' · f ~'.: ..-,. - . - . ; V ^ - : ··.·-'· ··· .'. ·.. . . . · ' ' " v Tsle's.crews .cost the !( thletlc- as»o- d«Uon,dDrinjtB« yeai: ending l»i* the «um of 'S23^7i75. Iu the .fiscal year 1915-16 the cbstw ' . a year's absence: ;as -«divisqirT coach ' at, ialti .unlversitK 4 "Michael j 1 . 8weeaej.of-.HEll: school, Fottstown, has araln resumed' the ^coaching "of the track '-'cn0dltl»le3 . at. ". the ; important PennaylTcala-prepVscliopI^.!.; .'.. .. r- . : : . : " · ' . 7 i · ' Tht?EOO.-, '.:. . /The «yo li'exceedinclr 1 strbnj ".' Though worth .catajitropheB A-ilmple tdothacht'cotnaa alona*. -And makM a man forjet. them' .·'·..'./'.Thoai/Pto'Acts;' ',:'; - . ' . · ' · ;..'Bacon--Now'they^saj' pies are going np- ; -'v .- ' :;-.;···' ::·,'' :^,. .· .' Egbert--Well, why 'shonldh't they? IxK)k"at:the : de:nanB::Tor.;jhem in the movies ;for hitting 'fellow* ;6ver the " " " ''-' '··· :':i ;-'.-' ' · - · · · * '-"' · · BH« Jfattyi V-Herb! . Tabfets arc wHKout'; "doubt '.^rthie: 'best- -medicine for rheumatVam · i ever ua«d." - S- W. · Mills, ^ ' ~' - ' - ' : ' ' ' · '- h ' ' , . · thmnk's? '.{'to ;"'B1]»B- ',, Native U/'-'S; R: MarUn,-:-St«Y«ns- ' ' · · ' ' · " ' Petticoats Conform With Slender Lines Now la the time to dispose of all lingerie matters, simple or otherwise; for at this season of the year merchants make m concerted effort to ·show and sell new undergarments and the materials for mating tbein. Petticoats and 'camisoles and 'their next 'of Idn, princess slips, are the subjects under : discussion here. - Shadow lace proves the best of: assets when the time conies to design camisoles. It is wide enough to moke the body of the camisole and the pointed or scalloped edge provides ·;for:! graceful -shape. Camisoles are made of it by adding a band of ribbon, or wide beading to the straight edge for the waistline, and banding tte tnce with narrow ribbon stitched on. Where the lace has large points, two of them.! at the front and two at the back form "V-shaped lines here and under the arms,-that are graceful. Ribbons, stitched to these scallops or points are extended Into shoulder straps. In princess slips the bodice 'is often cut in the shape described above and finished with-a narrow hem. Below the hem. Valenciennes lace insertion is let in. Narrow skirts set onto the bodice with a narrow belt have a series, of tucks edged - with val lace running about them. They are usually made of flesn-colbred crcp« de chine. White batiste remains , a favorite for petti- .conts, ami nothing--'.supplants small tucks.and fine narrow laces for.trim- .ming them, in . the regard of refined women. But all- petticoats must be made.to conform to the slender:silhouette ; lines must be straight. Tie "reliable taffeta petticoat for daily wear Is shown in the picture, finished with.a scant, corded flounce hemmed at the bottom. Like everything else, It is most liked in plain styles. Ttllc and Trus t Com par, t cf Greater Confidence In Sonrseli It aiay'surprise you to see how much more confidence a bank account with us ·will give you to accumulate money. By getting the habit of. regular weekly- or monthly deposits, you will soon have a good size fund which is steadily working f or 'you.-at interest.' 1 The only,'jraiik in. this community pay- 'ing : 4%. Interet on Savings'Accounts. K. W. MACKENZIE SPECIi\IJST Chronic dlacaKcs of- men and . women.'... Diseases of .the ·'blad- der ami .kidneyB, weakness? and · .losses ,'succeaaf ully treated. . . . · · . Diseases df :th'o fffcin. -worn-out j run-down · .men or "wf onion, no ; matter .what your., ailment may. bei call,; it. : costs you nothing. ·Free examination.,-,.."- . " . . - . . : litre In Tom Home Town ' 'EACH: WEDNESDAY ONLV · :. SE\V STAC. HOTEL, 114 B. PUl»b4r K St. CoiiiteUnvIUe. ; HoDr»t-A. M. to-» P. -3f.. - ' \ . In Making Oat Income Tax Returns A great maay people ware "at a ' . loss to know just what their net income was. . . ^ .A* dilemma that can/be-avoided by ^paying all bills by check. With the record ofreceipts and expenditures before you that your check book shows, it's 'a . comparatively siiraple matter to make a proper tax return. Large or small, your checking account is cordially invited. BRSI MIOML BANK 129 Yf. Crawford Are, ConnellitlUc. riic Bunk that Boes Things for I»n" Iiibernl Interest on Time Deposits. for -oyei'; thirty ^ yemri haye^-rellevcVT ~ ;rheu- m*tl»m |,l!ver 'arid, kidney^ trouble* -ana c biurt ipa, 1 ^ on. .Gentle andVeffectiye In. action,- -/;nd "economical- In price, -' One ''. box,-;of. 200 . - tablietii."::J[n-. the - . , .and* you will 1 ret "' ! '" ' ' ' ' iRemoves Druggists .:- 25c MOVE BY AUTOTRUCKS B01HPHONIS OPPMAHSTRANSFER OPPOSITE POSTOFFICF CONNELLSVILLE, PA. ALJolson. Sings " A T · · ^ iT» _» " .A-Liuiirp of ougar Al Jolson isn't worrying over the sugar shortage. " Down in Carolin' " he's got a big lump of brown sugar all his own -- "a gal that Mr. Hoover ought to know." The best: Jolson record yet, A2491--75c r- .«*·-.,« A Baby's Prayer at A song of sincere and tender beauty, telling a story that is very real in many American homes today. Henry Burr has sung the little child's appeal with a reverent sympathy that goes straight to the heart. On the back, '" My Beautiful Alsace-Lorraine," another splendid sqng of timely patriotic interest." A2490 -- 75c 8 Popular War One Step Time "Keep, the home fires burninr;"'; "Over There"; "I may be gone for a long, long time"; "Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag*'; "It's 3. Jong way to Berlin, but we'll get there"; Where do A'e go from here?" "Goodbye Broadway. Hello France"; "I don't know where I'm .eoinj; but Fm on my way." A6024--SL25 Cohen's at ___ telephone Again! And stHl in trouble! There's too much water on his real estate, and there's no suit- ine him whh his new suit. A comedy of errors "with a laugh in every line. A2488-- 75o I ain't get rioboay - ; Everybody** crazy 'bout the doggone blues Fin writing to yon Sammy I'm going tx follow the boys daauc -- One-atep Medley Nc. 2 Fajcinatkm -- Fox-trot Malagnena from BaDet Suite " Boabdil" Capriccio Eapagnol George O'Connor Samuel Ash Campbell Burr Jocker* Brother* New York Philhar. monic Orchestra ! 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