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FS W^^r* r-AGE TWO. THE DAILY CORKIER," CONNELLSVIIJJS, FA. WBDNESDAT, MARCH 27,19,15- , JCra EiaaSeih Marcfiwer forairty *t Connellsville; was tendered: telighttnl. surprise Saturday evening M. her tome at Jforgantown, Then : a raacr ol Indies' of tha "Woman 3 WÂ«* at her home and preeeuted Ser w*tt a "Sunshine nig", ain elaborate; taltUag bag wkich waa filled to oyer- kniina; jvith gtfta .trom . the members. The pjin ;ot 1e~'%tuijjhlne Bag" is to jaffOTd~Â»oiBÂ»taÂ«i|| ftiihiT ^r'fi 1 ^?' 8 "', -Â«Â»*Â»ilfc*r;a- number at iaj* ;an*;f or .. -thja- vorfatf each-gift is-~miniSerea and one la to be openl-d each day Ura **rca*** T*o has be^f unite; 31 ftc*Mte tknr.t recnxtly Tetnrned from Baltimore where she receivejl Ireataeet in a aortal there. For. a "nfeafcar o* y*fÂ»' iU'S ttasf in"the . Wati Side, aÂ»* ha* a -number^ of Btnden at Westminster College at New WiV- minton,'Pa.,.alter.spending a brief vlmt with "her parents Mr and Mrs Temperance Union aiaem-- John Fuehrer of .Morrell avenue Greenwood." haÂ« returne* to her stud ies.' : at,'college. r/Miss- Fuehrer came home to attend the funeral of James Dick. The beat place to-ahop after all Â·.. _ --- f ^ r - Albrecht and- daughter -will-go to -Mdnoagahela- Pa. tomorrow to spend pVer ; Easter with relative*.. MisseÂ»~txalse:~ana 'NeTle -Woods MlH Margrekta. Wishart and Mis* Rath Mier the latter of Fennsville arrived home: today, from Hood College':at Frederick. Std'.; for the Easter vacation. 2iri. JohniParlchill .and daughter Eleanor: of Eallstoo, Pa., are viaitinx the former's^ parents Mr and^Mrs Xooser * tiominds Of men aH A* Bwtertdaree will be held Monday Â·rÂ»nin( April 1 IB toe Elks home by tiÂ» Xlka^MieiareMaeilttee compos-- Â·d olJi.~y2ttfpi*Bn Â£ Â£.ifltteredÂ«r. JamaT FTiel;:'J.TL.jScajry^attS. J. XL Cooway -- IHe Iwori are " * - ~ - - Am April I'ool'i Day program will Â» varriÂ«4.^oiit at the Mmi monthly -mÂ»Â»eÂ«g ottlM Woman s Culture club . of Mr*..B4*a Johnston Brendel in Socth Plttsbnrg street. The pro, 1* as follows: Roti cali joke* "CWiÂ«ln of April Fool,";. Mrs. -HUK-ljÂ»ehÂ»;'"AiiÂ«r1cia Humorists, "3trÂ».J.-''-BA' Marietta-, "Homorons BÂ«m|lÂ»af," M". t M CttO. Bt Â»*UÂ«*lMraÂ«r is leader. A. eÂ«ttsÂ«f tae home of wll], he T* o'clock at AU *re;inTitÂ»d. Xlmud, Mis. K. E IxÂ»Â«wÂ«ll;Â»ja4 lira, Pau t Serk/) of the Trimit^:Ep1aÂ«oer'tKttich will wrre Mvpn 14 tiMubnaioxu womftri'at the TTtaHy mrrtlnfiif Lh* "KtsiBesi "Wo- la O4d Etllows moniiiig the_cla^fclrm s choir o* thÂ« CocaarÂ»B-MamÂ»rfal church. at BÂ»wÂ»oÂ», aasisM? aqr : jhÂ»'.Â£ChiirchT ckolixwlll reoiir" a jtcrric* of song. Til* pastor, Ker. E. A. Bainn will bap- tiz* children and receive children into a preparatory mtmbtrahlp class. On Siuday evening th*jibith.of the.com- mnmity services will,, be held. B*v. BÂ«um wUl ( 4Â«llTÂ«i the sermon. At the regular xaettting of the JoÂ»- Â·ptt McCoanÂ»ll.BiblÂ« tdaai of the First TlMljInlMi Airci bÂ»ld last Â«TC- ning at tb.Â« horn* of Mrs. J. W. "W im Green street ofBctri.^lor the en- suiaCTwr wer* re-elected as follow* Preiideni Mn, H M Kerr, Tie* president, Mrs. J._ "W. Sodor; treasurer, Mr*. Blanche Thompson; Â·Â·cretary, aiiss.Nelle Campbell.. The meeting was well-attended, and^was - ggUi ~HmisÂ«irtlÂ»fiaramt., B^tee*^ Â·emis were sÂ«rrÂ«d by the hostass. At" tie rijmlir meeting of the~Ea" Â«*Â·Â· Circftc No 100, to the William r Kmrti Port, NOv 164j~Qrawl Army of tto B^AHc, to_bÂ» held tomorrow "aftonoon la Odd Fallows' hall,- a tliilirean cnOt prcatnted. the circle : y Mn. Mary .Springer, .a.jnemher, wm be dtopoaed of for the benefit of t*Â» eJrcl* A" lane "attendance of members is ileilrad ~. Tie Moerfily busiueae and. social. meeting ol the Ejmorthieague-of.the Tint Methodisi.Episcgval ehuTCh.was Â· heM last eveming at th* home of 3trs. JSJBM McOalms in North" Sixth street, with many mernbeTs"'. in: at- - pi. i T C f Itacywork club was ally entertataad last erenjng ~ y Mis* Edith Colbora at her hotae .in Z. Merton avenue. Knitting and fancy- Z work weir* the" amosoneats./ Dainty *" reltÂ«hmÂ«nts were strvad-.r .;- ' ~ *T*Â« Cross to Conso Lahil.'.a mls- - Â«ioÂ«ary entertalBBirBt, .will:he pre- K sented -toalght at. IAS. o'clock in. the; - First Baptitt ehurcli 'by : the..3roang ^ -Women s Mission Guild The pro^ Â»rÂ«m is 1 as follows Hymn "I Hear ~TÂ« ; Thousand---Voices-'."Singing;" ^prayer by the pastor Hev 'VJIbnr, --NaWoji-- reeltatkm "Easter Flowers " Telass exercise,' "A ViHagei School;" Â£,TedtSktioK by Lester Whitman Pro^ cessdenal' Hymn, ..^Hark. Hark, My, C^oml " recital, "Anow Johns Ec- ~timi." Alma Teanant;- briet "address, Slwmld America. Help Congo t Hei A J Payne reading Emma' J'ean Rnofles recitation Colborn offering for the mls- ~a(oiiary"work in~Ccngp Land exer Tclwe Â· by-.-saember :pf: - the-priniary. --de- rparrment song by* the choir TlTio: . the Soldlers'i.bf" Jesus-Christ; ; Â£Â»iuÂ«Â«mcÂ«neiits;,hymn; benediction by j Zthe pastor. j over the coke region wearing clothe* iiSaae hereU,.,rniy not..,ymr,. Dare 'CoEen, Tailor.-- Adv; " Mr. and Mrs. Eari;I*plÂ«T. and baby have ^returned home after a visit with -relatives; at Somerset :Slrs: "Martin :O r HÂ»ra- and daughter Miss Mary Prances, have arrived home from a visit at St. Vincent's College Latrobe wlere they witncsa- cd the confirmation of ThomaS, Joseph and Martin -:!Ijiwrence,: p'Hara, who are studaiti there Mrs. O'Hara's sons returned with her to spend a weet ;-Â«Mr9.- : Leslie ' Brown 'of Perryopolis WH shopping in town today Mrs A. E Kiil formerly of Con nellsvfll'e, and now-residlng'at Verona Daring the absence of her husband Lieotenantr-Kiddv ii : .-.Tisiting friends here Mas .PaWine Hodafcln* of Perry- was calling on -friends here to Bay CAGER IS KILLED Xu Meets WH* Fatal AceUent Two HoÂ«rÂ» After GMBg to Work. hours after going to work this morning 'John Michelberg who was discharged from: Camp Lee only two weeks ago on account ot a .physical disability, was killediat. Con* nental No. 1 where he was; .employed for the-first day.as. an : apprentice eager .The . young, -.man ..met \ an- awful death bviBK caught between the side oV,a~-wagon and the shaft of the cage a* ifwas being drawn to the surface. Tha. body-'was_ badly mutilated The _ man was_a son. ot Mr and ItrsT'Emeat Michelbarg of Con tineatal No.-l. USE FENCES FOR FIRES Sort SMe Koys Are Waned Ttat JDe- ^~2 -Â»reÂ«atl.iiiiÂ» Xm.it CÂ»aÂ»e. _,. .Boys'of 'the South- SiduThayei been warned by the jwlice that the tearing down: ;of - fence* Â· aad bulWHng" flres 'in the evening muÂ»t stop at once Many complaint* have beeirreceived about fence* being .used, to make fire*." A .The hoyÂ» hare been warned b/ the police foe tlit list tirfle'snd an 'officer in.-that district will make arresis in the future. - S There will be a live Summer School at-South ConneJlsviLo Pa. TheJ^easion will open Stay Si, and continue stt .weeks, closing'" with county examination for teachers. ir"eominoifc hranches; voice culture, and: voeaTjmutc; etc;"; wiUTbe taught. A elast'in. methods of teaching will receive especial attention. We can kÂ»a books to a limited num- tw wlo attend, this school: For further information:address/J. C. Beatan, M Prindal . 13, wed. Connellsville, Pa.-- Fenr PatteuU Pour :patiehts were discharged from e: Cottage Stete^ hospital this morning.' : No new'.iMtients were admitted; Those discharged were Mrs Barbara Chlok'of Stai- Junction;. John Maftig- nago, -also of ;Star Junction;,Thomas itmanV.'Co'naelisville,. 1 ana* Charles Elawkins of Indian. Head. 9 Heetfag at Perryapolig. s A : . meeting: in . the. Interest-lot ..the' en and .Million onovement" will be. ld ThTirsday"eveniBg:a't-.7.30-ti'ciocfc n .the 1 Christian ichureh'-jat'Perryono-.- is ,' The speakers will be Rev Cloyd loodnight of Uniontown Rev B G Eanloy of Republic and Rev Boles ot New; Salem; IB Session A ineoting ot the Ministerial association it, being held ^his afternoon, at the horn of 'kev G L C Richardson South; -Pittsburg- street-, FromTOfe" High School Auditorium MONDAY AND TIFESLUY EVEMNGS, -APBtt 1 and 2,181S. Benefit Immactdate Conception ^Ctmrcli Â» Ceai* CwtaU SJO P 3t REGISTRANTS MARRIED MA1T18,1917, MAY MAKE AN APPEAL Xwt Hake Out \DidsTit That Jtar- riÂ»se Â»"Â·Â» 3fot, Contracted to Avoid Draft.' In.--.accordance.with; a ^recent..ruling of th district board, at deeasbu-t ail registrants married since May 18 1917, and placed by local boards , i class 1 A will be given the privileg ot appealing from this decinon by appearing' before their' boards- on ;0r be tore April 6.. 1918. Registrants to -Districts 2 am 5'are notified, that when appearing be foro their .boards, they must presea affidavits signed by -themselves . an( wires, certifying that : -;lSe marriagi was not contracted ta.'avoid the: draft; XcCLEABX HO3O. IKOM TBAINJJSG STATION ;James McCleary of the West Side is home on a furlough from, the Ports mouUiVNavy.'ifaJd'where he. has been in training.for some time. He was called home on account of the serious lllnese of his lather, D. -A.. MoCleary who has been Â· connned to his bed. JLAUllSi Tiomas'lC. lO-'Donneil 'and. Raymond Maiby,' botiijiSemSbeis.bf the 110th Ma- cnin-e Gun coorpanT, stationed at Camp Bancock. Augusta,,, da., returned to camp this'-, morning after spending: a furlough at their home at Scottdale " coin is nr rimrcE, CAEDS SAT 'Richard R. Colo 'of. Companx '.'E, 305th Truck company Â· ammunition train, has-axrived.safely "Over .There,' according to. the "post cards received by friends here. Previous to leaving fbr'France'Cble.-waB'statioiied at Camp Lee. CAHT SOIJMEK VISITS MS FATHEE Private Charles Boohe colored of Camp Dlr N J is home on a ftve day furlough" visiUng'his" father.-Fred Boone, of the "West Sido. AKKY IJFE SUITS imJJAat C1ASPIK, HE S Cards received at. the West Pdnn offices from William Clasper all tell of how..ho. is 'enjoying army life, with, the exception : that he has got to get at 5:30 o'clock in the morning. Clasper is located,at Washington, D. C., with Casualty Company o. 5, Camp Mcigs SHELLS FAlIi LIKE ' HAH lOXXlkS SAT. LONDON, ; March .27.--Four trainloads -oE.wounded officers and- men from the hattlefront in France reached London, last] night. AB they were being itrmnsferred/..'to .ambulances wds^ cheered and. threw flowers. The--wqunded responded smilingly to these greetings.' "Wlimi was it like, was .asked.ot one wounded man. 'Oh p: -^ritz just._rain;ed':ahe.lls on us like 'a fhail 1 ! storm,",. was/the reply. FOLLO"W ; ;ODESSA.;UNDER DASH The GerEiani-war-bmce on March 13 announced that Odessa had been entered hy.. German troops.. The preliminary, peace' 'treaty, between Rumania and" the Central Powers con- iaineil-arpfpvisiqiit engaging -Bumania to ^support .the..traBBp6rt of. troops oC the Central, Powers through Moldavia and "Bessarabia' . to ' Odessa. Semiofficial announcement was then made that Germany had obtained direct route/byjway"of Russia;to Persia-and Afghanistan. STTJLKTZTFEnDEB IS MATK A. SERiBEAST AT OAMT .LT,K. Word -has -been, received here "that Swartzvrelder. connect ed with the medical department at Camp Lee, "Va M . has been promoted to i sergeant : Swartz-irelrter has been n. training at the Virginia camp since ast fall. Previous to his promotion he:had been a first class private. SUICIDE THEORY IMPOSSIBLE ONE DECLARES EXPERT Continued from FMra-'Ou*. mick's direction. Theory' that. Burkey . was at first Lhought. to -have .been a suicide was related:.in the'teatimony given by McConnick on. direct, examination. -He said that he was in Â»ae uoliae station when.,the. call came -from, tb'e Second Najonal bank building and that he accompanied" the officers- there. '.-. Ho said, that .".when , he arriye'd.-li-e .had heaird it mentipnai that Biirkey was a suicide,ahd-,that.lie made a survey'of ie room to'disprove, that contention. Specks of blood on the desk blotter and newspaper and the plaster aust on the taile and chairs together with lie bullet hHe in the wall he sa.d, disproved that theory conclusively in his own mind Absence of the clothes Burkey was wearing when .his body.was JToujid was explained, in- the. testimony, oj -"John i"enton embalmcr for Undertaker j E .Sims.';. Pentpn said..thaÂ£ he had removed the clothmg and that it was held in the morgue until after the post mortcn aad then placed m the cellar He said the clothing remained here about a month and when he Â·ent to.;renxiverit: he.foiinB it to be' contaminated the clothing was rarned then he said. County Detective Smith had ^examined Uie articles of wearing apparel while he was con iuctiirg his investigation,' Fenton said. Ribbon Sashei a Leading Fashion Note Thtere is a vogue for sashes and girdles for-wear: on. the- new suits aad dresses. .' Tie ribbon section, has prepared for it and'now presents a great .ma^y specially designed -wide ribbons, for the new sashes. . Â· Â·.' 'Â· .;: SilkHpÂ»iÂ«ry Quality yarns to start with, latest .model knitting machines to make them, the closest.of inspection that keeps all but absolutely perfect goods out of the stock, , Â· Such is the policy of the knitting mills making our standard of silk hosiery, and as a result people know our silk hosiery is the best that can he had. Sweaters For the Spring !, Dame.fashion tells us.that sweaters .' are- .-in vogue for the coming season. ; , . 'Our sweater stock is complete in. every .detail and we are showing everything that is stylish at wonderful prices. Â· See oar sweaters before buying elsewhere. ITS A SEASOS OF BAIOTI NECKYTEAE. The daintiest rolling collars of organdy with cuffs to- match, smart : guimrws and ( waistcoat . effects aro in. ' demand everywhore. The neckwear section carries a full, assortment of the- newest style.., .ideas and will present, a: special - dis- ' play ; -of the season's, newest tomorrow. Petticoats for Spring No Easter outfit is complete without a. nice .petticoat to wear with your Easter suit. . Â· .Our stock of petticoats this season is large and our prices are very low. If you are in need of a. petticoat see ours before buying elsewhere. an On the arrival of 50 Suits, 30 Dresses, this morning -we are starting our Easter drive. We are well stocked now with all sizes and all the leading colors and are ready to sell you anything .you desire in Suits and Dresses at the.Ipwest possible prices. Do not fail to see our stock of Dresses and Suite before elsewhere. Butterick Patterns :. ' Tke HOME tof QuALnY;ahd5ERViCE5 C9 : to.|33 N PtTTSBORG Sti The Stbre Ahead LE.COLpAN.WELL KNOWN CONDUCTOR. IS addition to his -widow and children ho is survived by the "following sisters: Mrs. Henrietta Bi'ttner, of Meyersdal'e; Mrs. David Livingston/ Jfisses .Ella CTTnniTUIV Clllf If nuriV a "d Oeorgie Coleman -of Uniontown, OUUllbllLI OUMIBUNtU and Mrs. .Tit-.A: .Armstrong of'Omaha, Neb. His , in'othef; died about eight mpnths'agp. The deceased vras a mftm- ber of the. Christian'church of Meyersdale, the .Order, of. Kailroad Conductors, the 'Knig-htii of' Pythias aid Knights of .'rtalta! Notice 6C fu'iieral Â·later. ' - ' . : ' ' . - ' . - ' -. ' '. Given Fire Bays Robert Richter arrested by Patrol man !}eahne for "being drunk and dis orderly on North Pjttsburg street vas ghen. nve days in a cell by Mayor John Duggan his morning He was picked up at 3:20 o'clock this morning Beturas to Camp John vVilson left this morning for IHwghter Filufe Greenwood Man Dvad In Bed at Hb Home This Morn. ing; Heart Disease Cause. With one hand over his heart, Elmer Bllsworth Coleman, 50 years oldT* a Baltimore Ohio railroad conductor tor a number of years, was found dead, in bed this morning, at ,ois home n Morrell avenno, Greenwood. - lilr. Coleman -worked yesterday .and on, retiring last night at 10.3.0 o'clock, and up until, just before his .death, was apparently in the best -of health! At 6.30 this morning he awoke,, and urned off the alarm of tile clock..! Ho talked with Mrs. Coleman, and liiade no mention oÂ£ feeling ill, but stated he believed he would-get up also. -His daughter, .Miss Jeonnette ; . Coleman, wont Into his. room about 6i20 o'clock, and ' ; realizing that . something 'ivas nro!ig : -irith her father she summoned ler mother who- was downstairs;. ,0n making an investigation Mrs. Coleman discovered that her liusb'.ahij. was dead. A physician was immediately-.summoned, but life was eiuinct when he arrived. Heart trouble was pronounced he cause. ' Â· . . Deceased was born. on. a farm in Brothersvailey Â· .township,. .Somerset lounty, December 18, 1868, a son of he. late Andrew J. . and' "Phoebe Coleman..- Later 4he family 'fmov.ed-. to Heversdale where - Mr: : . .Cotcmari :. fe- iidcd until he was '21' yeira old when he came to Connellsville.., .At the .age 3f. IS years he entered.. the," service of the-. Baltimore Â·. Ohio rallKoah as a r atchman at Meyersdale.. '.rhree years ater he -.entered, the .service -at Con- nellsrilie .as'a :T)rakeiHqn';'and Vas ater promoted, 'tc a freight' 1 conductor. Some time, afterwards- lae : was made. ardiriaster which position : -he ield 'for, .ome'time. . 'He' then retiirned .to conducting. and for the past lii years-was yard conductor-.with engine MOO/ Mr; Colemaii was '.one: of tu^iinost widely known and best liked. 'men in he empioye-bf 'th'e compaiiy. He had jo*?t : of: friends .among .the. railroad men.and .was .respected aid esteemed by everyoae with whom.. he came in coatact. He; bad resided .in, the West Side for- inany ; years,, and': his -;sudden' death came as, -a .great shock .tq:- t-ne entire comnruiiity. .^Ir.'. Coleman':. was' uarried K /years ago';vtb ; :Miss.J311a Kritchard, only .danghtef :' of M s J.'-Z^Pritcterd,. well :ki Side -resident's;.. .; To ^the DIGKByRD,VETpAN AT^HIS^ CONTROLLER Wfist .Pens Employe, long; In .Uniontown Begiun, Was One of Tirst Oat. of CoanellSTillc. ; With one hand on the brake and tie other lying oh the controller box,. R. A. (Dick) Burd^aged 64, for 27 years a mbtoriiian on tie electric lines running out of; UnipitpwD, . died at his post at 2.55 yesterday '.afternoon just as the car approached the Oriental silling, a short distance ' out of Fairchance; ": The last, act of the..v.euerable motorman 'was. to;shut off.his jpower f'oiv:the railroad: crossing, as -wlien his lifeless^.body was,, discovered .'by Con- : ductor "Charles . N. ;Roinesburg, . there was. .only "three points" o! ' ; power, carrying the car 'along Â· at abont five rullesyan hour; ; ; . Â· ' .-..'Â· " -' When ; the car," left Pairchance only! a few minutes -betqre,',Dio.k with ; his usual good hurijor aad .Uglit-hea'rted- n'ess,'spoke .to: many of : his .friends in tliat 'town. and., along the line. . As the crps'stng.'' dreiy ,'.nÂ»Â»urer,. . Coridubtor. Hpiiiesb'urg .walked to the front of the car' to; flag,'as -usual. ';Ai he-opened the ,;frbnt dpor,i;'the .car .continued 'along at. the'-;usuai rate and ;Six-. ANOTHER BLAMED 'amo of if Joe O'Brien" Mentioned in Huffman Murder Xrinl. Tbat a man named "Joe O'Bricii" is the.real slayer."of John "W. HnSlman, MRS. ANTHONY BONNER,. Â· Owing to Holy Thursday the Â£un near Cheat Haven, last Christinasteve, eri;! Â°^ - AIrs - -Antho.ny Bonnbr -will be and no v t Joe F. Chandler,-now. on trial for the murder in the "smaller court room before Judge 12..-H. Reppert,. in Uniontown, is an alleged:-ract,that the defense expects to prove according: to a statement inade to the jury Tuesday ny. Attorney George Patterson in his opening address in behalf of the defendant To 'substantiate the claim of Chandler's innocence .. Joe Rizzo, a young .miner of Cheat ' Haven, -was called; to the witness sta'nd and testi- heid tpmorroTv afternoon at 2. o'clocl frtim Sacred Heart Catholic cliarch a Dawson, instead of tomorrow mornim at 3 o'clock as previously announced MABGARET ADELIA McGARITY. The funeral of .Miss Margaret Adell? Mc-Garity will be held Friday-morning at 9.30 o'clock from the family residence in Highland avenue, and a' 10,-o'clock from the Immaculate Conception church. Interment' in. St fied-that he heard the. dying man re- markbn'thr'ee different occasions thatj "Joe O'Brien 'did ."- Mr. Patierson told the court that lie would call other witnesses Â· today . to corroborate the evidence given by.'RIisio.. Â· Â· The comm on wealth closed ite case shortly before 2.o'clock Tuesday afternoon after wore than a dozen witnesses had been examined. . THE FIRST DRILL 0! Company G. Brings Out 20 Men, Including- Some Draftees.' Â· The first drill of "the nrst platoon oÂ£ Company .G., Tliii'd Regiment, Reserve Militia-was held by Captain Frank Cox last "ills-lit, ..20'men reporting' among wtiom. were- several draftees. Tne men entered into the drill with good spirit. Tie drill Jasted^about- two hours. Another--drill will be held Friday evening when it is hoped a" larger number .of draftees, will avail themselves of the opportunity to learn the rudiments of military training so that they; may. experience the benefits of it when, they ;are sent; to Camp Lee.. Three; additional' recruits for- Com-. burg ;bef ore taking ^n the -situation in--: There' are s till a few vacancies. ' The liulred: "Aren't you goifig '.-'.to. 'stop, 1 ! sooner these are illled. the. sooner tin ' - "" ' ' ' " - - - - - - Joeph's cemetery. .RICHARD ARCHBOLD. Â·- 1 Richard Archbold, 65 years, a' carpenter for the. H. C. Prick Coke: company at I/eisenring No. 3, died yesterday morning at 10 o'clock at his home. TliÂ« body will be shipped to Pittsburg for interment^touKirrow by Funeral Director J. E. Sims. Mr.' Archbold was born in England, June JIth, 1852, a son of George and Bclle.Alspp Archbold. He is. survived by his widow. three soas and two daughters. Son Born. A son was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. David--Lloyd 'of Eighth stree-t, Greemvood. The family is now cpiniiosed of two boys. Mr. Lloyd is employed at-the Tougt Ice Storage plant in- tbe West Side. Â· Â· ' ' : Infant Vies. An infant daughter of W. ..a :and Gortrude -Branson died yesterday at the family residence, 512 West 3Ibspn aTenue. Funeral tomorrow morning, with, interment in'Chestnut Hill eeiae-' liftld ; There ''was^ no response. ductpr.-at a ejance realized that something : was- wrong,.-. He;placed Ijis left hakd 'gn..;the -motorraan's ,-shoiilder and i- 'was. tlieii.that-':he noticed the death pailbr.- 1 ,'',^'^; ":Â·', ':Â· "'-Â· ' . Â· '-.-Â·..'Â· - Â·-'-'-Â· :Mr;:Burd;.was.b'orn in Wheeling,- JJ 1 . Va., November -27, 185j. .He had .-been a resident'.ot.Uniontow-rL since 1S87' and DEUCATE 6SRLS IN Business or School who have thin or in- family sufficient blood or are take at least 3 of 4 doses of thor- physically' folil vrill fihd '.*Â«"trli "Â·ni'i^ifvins' "nVBTPTnl /"lonniTiw' ma/4- . . Â· . Â·* . . . . . - . examinations will be The con- and the company mustered ill. " Uothers Should se; that.lie .whole icine this .spring; . 1 cleaning Now is the time. . . The family will .be beaithier, happier, and get" along -bettor if the .blood had been an employe of the. West Peon. ls ,SlÂ«Â» : a tho'roiish-p.urifvins, Uio Rocky-., Slountaln very best and : Tea" is one of 'the lion. fflck'Burdiwasjpne,pÂ£; the; flrst.inen to . take ; ^4. lt andl . see Q, e aifference- inn tonic. It K *n r^lnfi.TA^ employed ,oi;:tt:e : :pld. AA Connell S 'fille 1 ; m ;uie^whole: family. Their^olor^' '?* torj'c. Jt is so helpful for, I surest spring medicines * rich, blood-food and strengthefe .it andi.see the aiirerence ma tonir. ' It!* *r holnA,? 'Awrii Â·--:'