The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 27, 1918 · Page 3
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March 27, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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·WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27,1918 THE NEYSY NOTES TELL AFS HAPPENS IN THE MIL TO WN r HI* School Stadent Injor- ·I When Cbcmtoiil* He'* : ?·)·* Explode. SITE IS SECURED aV^r* Bake* Tester to Chte CsV) «K JHU 0«rar T«M» PoHc« X TTa* Biil^fji F»ittW«ll Party Mbit lav _____ "TH« CoorlM * VTTDAUV Marc a 27i-- Cyril Fel- ,l«i stafeaVal tie local bleb school . k»»i» hand badly cut wb«n some : ebficals with which b* and Lawres*' Bendelnsr wer« performing an mrimeat exploded. The experiment* . w«j b*ia( cooductcd during the eha in chemistry on Monday Ben- ·lar iraa sot hurt. "Mir -vat 'not hurt 'ilia. E., 3: Stanymi received word ' oafatonlay from*Aar son John Rlc«, wa left Moadar, December 17,, 1917, ,, ',,, Ieca« naval training station at'New- M$!-fip!i'Jt'I^.Uiat : hiB-.ls.-8board : 'nie V. S. %iS~-ii9?ilo»nt; Ternon; ; and-; that lie Shad T£''. -?Ju«.*rrlTe*.ln;.;this;'coanl:ry; atter ; ,a Sir; ; trt.o«rw»»: ; Rice's addreas'is Job* , U. is; S. "Mount Vmion, .New k, N. Y., and J»';i» aniious ^to.hear his friends. . ··, '., ... ··. · ' · f -f : ·'· ';'; |,i . . . . i'^S-i' Fred Lantz.' a '.policeman at the pipe i;^»]l/itold.toe;loeal police; tiit he .had ;.;". Jfea robbed of (250 while' going down. .S?-f* ; track «t the Kenny machine shops Jt^if ' 430,. o^lock; on .'Monday evening. '?, J*"* 1 . ' · sald'-Vnesrewes'. , neither ' r ; of ' ^rhoia ;he.;knewv stepped ouV and. .held c-XitaKup^ ''" OB* Vorer.a cw-dinroy- coat i^'je also.told CSitf Wce.nflaen that, the w:'v-;daiae»" had taken nis'watch and with banded »it; back^viitter . ..In ;.th« ' e 'Stated,: he found his pock- Everspn;;. , ' : - · . ' . ' · ' ·' F T?I«TP»n»*^Stl« ; Olered. ' -.- .;/^"j f ;-'-Atithe regular meeting of the school . ;;«-;lK*rey« Monday evening the: nse.ot vVfthe jMtoBn^ 1 ' street- school' gronnd*" j.|jwas- (iTen the ·Giyic'.'ciub tor recre'a-- rtlon 'grounds for. the. children. Th« ; ,iCivi«4 crab will ; " furnish .competent; toOook-arter tie children": in ' ' ' DAILY COURIER,';CONfrEIit.SVILiE, PA. T In .. 'Monday · morning . the 7 d»Tllgit plari-wjll % adopled . one hour nmklng the atnV, : ] 'Kdeots come' to- school at S o'clock, 't'-G»»».tinie, Instead: of 9. . . " . ' . E»ans-3JilVen,"sii :-«}«la old: fl£ ehUd ;pl Mr. and Mrs; Walter Millen, · ;ty; died; at, its -home/ in Gre«nslnifis; ; ;,The i ;?i ;b»dy. j»«E.Jbrou^f)bere and tatemient' ' . v ifoliowed in- the' Scbtfdale cameteir:;'" · ' · ; entertained' the j JA;;tie«s.V Communaty^shiging .was.. dis~ f V : cn»s»d. and at an 'eaj-ly dati arrange-. r'.;.£ jnftnts will he; made 'for a. cominuai ty M, 1 ''* .jBooks were donated, to the, 1!'for/ the. soldiers. Letters^ of ftr .comfort, kits 'Vere r»ad . t :;-'flwn; "WlUlarn Cppejy, =IJoni's Bfowii * :'f5aji«l ; :8a»ael .Klttenbroise:': trs; . C. W. . .Mrs. l: Rpb«rt-. Balrfl,'-: ';iMsa. . Reed..; aid Mr»/:jraBies.: :; ;.Bey- --':'vn«4d» were named a 'committee on in* S cwudng ; the" treasurj'- fund. Papers : 'Xiifiewiread b'y Mis. Robert iBiird, Mrs.- i'EJcner ;iind Mrs. Yost A litlle playlet 'ri:wM : |rt«n -by; Mildred Keslar, .Blos- '· :''^sd«i Pabel, Charity Coibprn and Elsie . t"^Te«t. ·-. ''Mrs. tobb, the state iind coon- ·' ^ty^^superintende'nt, gave a'.talk adv!s; it'lnTk"- the women o£ Scottdale that the ; :.*i S Tr*ates.f help '.they.:-.?onld ; -be -to. tfie, ; fyfcSeigji' women at ;lhis-";tlmij,:wa5 .to' · 'teteaeh them to use the flour' sribsti- · ' ' ' . . . . . " Tareisell Farty. ' · . . j '5.J'.'.' A -farewell paity ,w»3" heM iri the · ;K;K, of ?.C. rooms oii Monday iviternoon '· r'jfor Thfomas O'Donnell of the .Machine i ; -vGjm-Cpmpanjr ;whp; has left for Camp s 'vHancoclt, Augusta, Ga., yesterday af-, I. Viterr spending, a furtoiigh-at Ws-.home J" ; ;f-hefe. .'Cards and injsic were'the fea- ' " .· ·t;were"'served. : . .'."'.' ·:-.-.'S?;.'i.t-'- : - - FoT'Sele, ' ;.. --.' ' . - c room : honse,lonT; extra lots, ,W.'-.:. -.,.':. : C'v/.- : y - ···.'·'·-: .' -· room house, one-half acre lot, )0--' ; " - ··"·: '." "-·'··· · . " ·?-;. room double housed rents for; - · · · · · - · - · - . . · . . · :', · ; : ;*IriBa. Cobbs.:" and , Pear- Preenian j* ; 'i^ent Monday; in ^reensbnrg. : ; . ';·.··' J-. ***" ***y Coe:,has. .re.tnrned to/ her. .re.tnrned to/ her. »!-'ia,.B«aTer;;',FallV; alter a . . . . ; · ;', ,#.5|MJss ; -'Bstene".TnUler,'-.a : ..stt(dent 'at: : ; ; ; for5 U»i.'-;i;.r;;;;!,xi s;:. '·;·..'·'.;. s;.- Oeo'rge Barket) : ' Kais' fretarced' I ; -.' Jkejme from a visit, paid ^ Mowin'gahela' ' ' .i-.g;Harr3t - Clark qif;:;,.Canii'- : Gfirdon-;is ' " " " ' ' ' ' ' · ' " l z ^ - o a * fr--:aaTertI«. ^ ·\ * i v i * ~ ^ ·'''' · - '..-·-·.'(·.·'^''' ' · · ' "- · · · - - ' · .(Jet t*e VnenJable Ja«ie »f Be" * 2ne when every good influence ':Jit»alr ·.'to'Vthe'vwoi*.'' -it; teachins'' ' .ilirifl and economy- ''there .- ' a' ; "very ; U'ttonrdant. note in returin^ nboat -,a ' iS»-aspirant for. fame aa.'.i 'spend: - i U t ; ' Edward 'N, Morrison of .'CM- . ' D : h a L i just confessed^that' his. great : inillioa dollmrs : iiiuf:-aeited;'i'i(ay;aiMl,aiat be'now pcs- . - -X13t - H e i r i l ' 1 ' . ; income . :qi now:he,.tas;»pent.th'e - i * ' , . . -'-Savings andiebieiirii ace ,'C'iUzeris-''Natlona:vBank;' ;PJlt»burt street, Sacred Music for Easter 2W4S--O »»lj Kt«kt (Aikuat) 7»e B«l r, Boly, Hair SO*U--Beaitiril Ulc »f SaBewliere (f earn) 7Sc Brakk. lu (Swecicr) . "Wheeler IXarlaa Crawford ,_ Sterling Trio Jfnrlan: Crawford «OSS-SUe|tt 5if»(,- Hallowed Sight (Hmiden) _ Clyde Q«nrt««e I1JS idenfe fUclis ^k Cone, All 1'e Faithful" _ Clync JuarlcUe JOMt Tln'HolT City fffeatterler AdamgJ _ James Stanley »l^i I Lore to Tell tke Story (Haalis i Fischer) - , - -. _ Stanlej^aUxed Quartette »K*-J%ltt the 6Md igtt (Jtord) __ English Church Choir $!. *»cik «f Age. (Ked»t»d) " __ English Phnreli Choir «0»- Wrfi'e Snepkerd* Watekcr (Anglia) _ _ Tempo Hale Quartette «J6 Hark, tke HenU A^«h Sing (Mend}*Kohn) Sale Qnart«tt« 3'hese are b«t a leu of the many sacred selettions vie have. Come and licur tht'in. The Pathe u ALLPhon- oojgraplii» ! iri.; : -Jfo- Xceiiles i.to'.C. iiage|i.': ' · ' . ' ; scm telling rte , -VrIth'' i»fno«8. ont ihe .Hee- ords. ; rathcphones ;S'.:$25to.'$8S5.-" .. ConTenleat credit, if desired. ·;·· See This Populzir Pathe- phone Outfit - - - Consists of the favorite,; $75.00' Model 'and your choice ,o£ -6 Records ( 1 2 selections;) . . . · : - , Pathephone Department---Main Floor; s Reliable HoiisefiirBishers Since -ISM. Here is a grand offer tta£ rnaKes it easy for you: to have one of these ·wonderful Universal Combination. Range* in yoxrr kitchen. Don't miss it. Our Home Demonstration Sale Friday and Saturday--March 29th 30th is going to be one of me bargain events of the season. Nothing like it before. Grand demonstrations of Universal Combination Ranges every day will prove this the most efficient and most economical range'on the martet It simplifies cooking, eliminates kitchen drudgery, saves fuel and labor--is a. most wonderful cooker and r»V*iy The COMBINATION R A N G E ia highly reco-rnrnended by Marion .Harris : Neil, form'er Cooking-Editor of the Ladies" Home journal and National Culinary Expert. . Is "starred" by Good Housekeeping Insdtute. , The largest *eOing coorbination range ia America. Nothing in the E)arket;tb equal it. It .~ ' ,"\'.'. """" Burns Gas and Coal or Wood- No Parts to Change ' · For gas simply ttrrn the 'key at the right of oven door. Turn it back acain for eatxL There are no p«rt» to change, a» in ordinary combination ranges, and you ;cmn't make a routake, becauae 700 have only to turn the key--Unit's alL ., . Because you can use file), to suit weather-and cooking conditions, it helps the. Government con*erve coal and lessens your fuel oilla. ; Enables you to have a warm kitchen in . -winter--a cool kitchen in summer. -.'·'· See Demonstration--Get Low Prices Don't fail to come in and see thii wbnderfuJ Range; Mo*t economical to buy mnA to operate, MJwcJe of ffft^'iron---will ItM m Hfetime. .Cbroe* m plain or nickel finwii. »nd blue or blmck UNIVIT porctUoc cn*mcL VUch do you ptof« During tKi» »»let n.tpecUl oflet. Ak. u* about it. Be Sure to Gome in---Bring; Your Friends ^everybody is welcome Best Cooking; and s on the Market HcJPS teeth. breath. appetite. dttesnofl. ; me. Cnod- "Wiiv Bobby. If voo w»it a btt for tt vertjll have It to eoio» lowtT ···P6o-poo![ Tfiaft ndf anaiment with WRIGLEYS 'cause ffif finst " v i"' : . TouJrBig Stores Save You Money prototypes In the American Army. General Porshinp says there is no cledner-Uving'-body ot.^:"njen' la- the world.than the American' Army in.| France. '' ' . . V Connellsville's Reliable, Housefurnishers Since 1391 Six Big Floors and fcasement TOPUYTHURSDAY High School Tnani Will Go to Iririii OH Th.t Sight 1'or Gam*. ".··". j The game with the' Norwln·;.; High' School uL Irwln to have been played oci.s Friday by the' local' basketball, team' hafi been moved up to Thursday night, i There will be no-school pn.Good Fri-j day and for that reason the game 'will be played ahead of schedule. "'· ;..'· The team"will leaxe. here on ; tho 5:35 Feansylvanla train and start 1 the game at Irwln at 8:15 o'clock. . . . . . V SCHOOl GIRL TELLS OTHERS How; Tey C«- Fbd, Relief From Periodic Suffering*. Nsuhnn.N.H.--" I am nineteen y ears J old and every.month for two iears.IV ' · '·'· ·' bad »oeh pains that] I would often faint and, have Xto! 'leay» i ·chooL I had luch! pein I did not know | what todo with my;! self, and tried eo] many remedies that I weife of rio- ; «Be.'. -I; read abontXydia E. Pinkham'a y,«ge-; t a b 1 e;:'- .Compoun'dJ in the. newspapers and decided to try it'. and that .isxbpw?j! formiJ relief from gain and ferl so rnuch better'than I use.ito. :' When ;]ihear, of: any rirl sirftering; as' I :dkl;I' tell.;tbemi how lydia ^E.^Kinkham'» Verettble. on) poii n dS ; heltjed' =m«V MAMIN. iSVBowers Sti.;N«ahoei!N.H; -After every meal ^BABGOOD AND HARMONY" WILL SWEEP THE STATE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES MAY 21 FOR GOVERNOR The Republicans of Pennsylvania will stand by Republican National Chairman Hays, who says: ; .r 1. "P»cOonal5sm is the most destrneChre force in our par^r." \ _.,-_· 2: "The purpose of the National Committee and similar committees, 1 : · ' is to elect, and not; to select candidates.^ ' · : . ' · . . The factional- fights of Philadelphia and Harrisburg shall not be dragged intp every voting precinct iu the State for the rank and file, including; the vast; body of independent Republicans, will vote against both factions. · . . - . · ' · - ' " . - ' · ' . " ' · · . . . " · · · . ' · · v . · · . · " ':"..·: :.-'.'·' Habgood.: is, not "^an -·'neft.-biB-'tHe' carididate of ' any" - lictioil, clique pr leader. He ·lias;always.,been loyal to'; th^. vparty'Sicandiaate^, regardless. · qt factions, and he 'welcomes '- cans : ;.fr6m the. m'ost, modest . to itlie most powerful., '. . : '·.;. . FAqiOMLISM imSDBFEAT REPUBLICANISM OVERALL MEANS VICTORY' Habgood favors the National amendments for Prohibition and Woman's SiifV frage, consistent'"' with" .fiis^ open and .constant. approvalT for tue.past twelve years ot- a nation-wide-basis and : -is- supportiDK in his home coun-i. ty for the Legislature., only- candi dates who will vote to 1 ratify them; herbi, 9P-- BENNlMBROIHERS narotac'crrjucinfol | : MILTTARY MORALITY »i Meu Tkan [will- 'appeal strongly'W';fte-.gr«t'.niass.of : '«m;-pt^e.;tt5^''-'?^^*^S t and'eyen.jioy with.some/of the.armies of our'ai»les:Uje; mprar welfare of the .soldier-'·was ;· and; is : ; a .matter.- largely ignor.ed. la tlie German armies. p : ro-. .vision'is even inade for'irnmprality:" / '-;-.it-iS:to;the;,glory 'of -American-.arms and: American national character .that j of ;:: ft('J'm'en..wh6'.. vwear.' :th'e /..OnLted' ^States? uniform j.a. ; -high ; standarcV ;of; from' saen:painful periods; as.did Miss ^Martin.- · .."?:"· ·'. :,:": .'.;'.V' :,J.:-;':';.. The leased' so Biany ;igiils ; write Lydia E Knkham MedJdne Co:,-Lymi, Maas., for-adiriiee; i»'becaos:e from their 40 years experience thevihave a store of. knowledge which i inminiBiil]r;bfl{ifal.;i We sell second hand .parts. and access ' . series for. aJVmali.es ..bt"cars at .' .· .''.'.-.. ;./.-· '.'.'"Lowest si-ices.-' ·'-' ··'.'.'. PET ·'·THE; ·' '·BKtfsraiTM HABIT A^p ' ' "' '' SykEsCamfurtfowder Heals s ^ jj-, e Skin . . . ·'·· J|i«U'Suu(lay 10;^. St^o t.P. Jf, { . '.'.Corner .Boss, and ; Vf'ater Streets ' ' " ' " ' ' - ' " ' :''lBeU''.Thone.Cpiirt.i3252.''" SAVE THE HAIR ; ; ,. : . Ana get more o£ it.-.-Use. ,Qur Baid Head Hair Grower · ! ; · · ' · ' ' '-.."it truthtully will .grow hair on Bald Heads. See Forst, Scottdale Druggist. · ''.[ . A.Drug'Store lor the People. ^ATKpKLaE;:HOME MEECHA1TES i'^V'*^'''""·' .?.'-'·- i-'l.l ^'W^i-^A*I?"..--'' · · , V,-. .f" : ' · -,'^-'.··» '-.. THIS PAPEE. READ T3E GOURIEE

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