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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 30, 1918
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PAGE TWO. .TilH! BAIL.Y CO UKfKR, GONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1918. NEXT CHAUTAUQUA Members: of the I. H.'J 1 '. 'class of the First Methodist'Episcopr.I church met " _^ I The principal theme of the Chau- Mrs. John Ixwery entertained the | tauqua program during the coming C. L. Girls ""' "" ' "'"'" home in bers wei B1XLER, HOME FROM · CAMP, SPEAKS HIGHLY OF CONDITIONS THERE Continued f r o m Patro On«. Ga., is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alox Hose of Rockwond. COLOXKL CtlAGO REPORTS M10TH BEAD! FOB "OVKli THERE" -In his address before'Ihp. Amtricus! club in Pittsburg. Congressman Crago.j who recently returned) from a visit to Camp Hancock and oilier cantonments, said that he had been amazed at.the progress made by the Western Pennsylvania boys in training there, and that they were ready now to go "Over 11. enjoyable i ::; served.. The .next meetlr.g held :; t at the home of Jlrs. Clyie Lowery. ::'. The annual business meeting of the ~ ~ . lohgrSgation of the First Presbyter- - · ian church, will-be-held Wednesday ] · " night in the church. Officer-) for the "-· ensuing year : will be'elected and other ~ - , business of importance -transacted. · -· - -;:: The Knit and Win Unit to the I T ' ,, Charleston Comforts .Branch of the :'.: Navy League will meet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Harry Ford in - - " Eighth street. Greenwood. gifts' of American money have enabled that' organization to do in behalf of the comfort and welfare of our soL- dlers. A Canadian pastor, who resigned his charge,-enlisted as a private and participated in the battle of the Somme and other engagements, will recount his experiences in the trenches. Strong musical features will be provided, one attraction being Sands band which has appeared here before. A. business man's lecturer will give talks on problems relating to salesmanship. Other attraction will be provided, making the program one of The annual thaitko-ffering of the] the best yet presented by the Chau- Woman's-OT«ign : -Mi.sionary society o f ! It will probably open during the irsPMethodisV Episcopal church j the week of June 20, although the will bcrteEeS"on r §andsty-morning, at! date is not yet definitely fixed. ay - morning, .which - .ttme^-Dr?--Mirace- -B^-Haskell, . presid.eaj3zt;;BeavsrrcoHese,"Win de' liver aica* :_·"." :' o£ the 'be held : "· Monday-aJt«noon-a.t*-£lie'home of Mrs. - . Edna Johnston. Brendel in South I'itts- ;; burg street.--'"^ deijshiful, program. ··.'' on ApriF-f ixii's : Dayi .will 'tie. 'carried , l oat. .~:r!.^. .' r,: : .-; ...."·:.-- Theiluniocaittfe'cprrppseci of young ·Evangelistic Services at M. F. Chore-It Prove Interesting. The revival meetings at tie Methodist Protestant church will close tomorrow night when Evangelist L. A. Bennett of Baltimore, Md., will make his last sermon. He will, preach three times tomorrow. His morning subject will be "Going .'Well," and in girls .who aw kmittii.g'W the Bed ! the afternoon he will speak on "Are ° · · . . -. . . . I" -- ., T~...,,.*.r1 V TJI» lop* coT^nftr in Cross, is meeting' this afternoon at the home of. Florence and Harriet Dunn on the South'Side, Mrs. A. "W. Bowman is instructor. The girts are engaged in knitting socks, swt-aters and oi.her warm articles of the soldiers. Miss Hutb. Tice and Archibald Norton, both of Youngwood were married Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at parsonage of the United Brethren church in-Lincoln. avenue, by.the pastor, Rev. J'. S; Showers who is a former pastor of tte United Brethren church at : Youngwood, of which tio bride is a member. __ Mrs. E. S. Bailey ajid Miss Carianna Bailey ·will be Joint hostesses s.t tie monthly meeting of i.e Saturday Afternoon club of Vanderbilt Saturday j afternoon, April 6th at their home at Vanderbilt. Mrs. C. O. Bane is,.le)ider. Officers for- the ensuing* year -will be' nominated. The election -will -,'ak.e place at tie: last -resular meeting- to be held May 4. Tie club season will close in. June with the annual reception and musicale. ~:'"The;, regular; meeting of the Busy, - Twelve club, which was to have teen held last night at the home of Mrs. Frank Zairehi, was postponed to .Friday evening, April 5. You Insured?". His last sermon in the evening will be "On tie Fence of Indecision.' Army before lie war," declared Colonel Crago.' ,IOE KKTl'BKS TO EXBAttKATlOIf CA.11P Joseph Riley, left yesterday for ait embarkation camp after spending a brief furlough at his home here. ClATTOS BOV'KB Trill, . EN'l'EU S1UXAX SERVICE. Clayton E. Bower, who is with the 324ti Field Signal Battalion, stationed at Camp Meado, Annapolis Junction, 'd., arrived- home liiis morning to spend a one-day furlough with his parents, Mr. anrt Mrs. E. E. Bower of South Pittsburp street. Bower and ·fy other soldiers on Monday wfll leave Camp Meade for Camp Hancock, Ga., to enter the signal service. UU, I'AUIEK LIUYli without a fault Made of high grade cocoa; beans "skil- fully blended and manufactured by a perfect mechanical process, without the use of chemicals: It is absolutely pure and wholesome, and its flavor is delicious, the natural flavor of the cot;oa bean. i T h e g e n u i n e v bears this trade- i mark and is "made only by ^WALTER BASER CO. ltd. DORCHESTER MASS. 1VJTH DRAFTEES THl'KSDAT j Irl J. Palmer has been adcted to the ! list of District No. 2 draftees who will j leave here Thursday for Camp\ [ Va. TOO LATH: BROTHER 05 WAY Misses. Rose and Catherine O'Connor and brother P. j. O'Coanor, who made tie trip to an embarkation camp MRS. BERTHA GIJIARD MO3J.EK. Rev. G. L. C. Richardson of the .First Methodist Episcopal church and Rev. W. J, Everbart of the United I'rosby- teri:i.ti cburch of.iciaU ¥ d at the fimeral of llrs. Bertha Girard Mosier held yea- tercay afteraoon at ;! o'clock Irani tin borne of aer mother. .Mrs. \L E. Girard In East 'avenue. The sc-viccs were auendetl V-y a number of rcia- to seo their brother. Edward O'Connor, who is with the 10th Engineers On Thursday night the Junior Or-j before he left for "Over There." ar- , ,, , , , , . , , -, der of United American Mechanics a.t- i rired there several hours too late, thvs an.I friend* ot the deceased. Intended in a body, 'six members went; They returned bane laBtnigbt-O'Con-I tcnnt-nl was made in Chestnut 1-Hll forward. Yesterday afternoon the } nnr who is a son of Air. and Mrs. Jas. j cemetery. evangelist conducted an impressive I O'Co:,nor of East Crawford avenue, i _ -devotional service and in tie evening j was ...aong the-first of the draftees to JOSHUA HOPKIN. preached on "Worldly Amusements." go Into training at Camp Lee, Petersburg. Va, Joshmi B.KlkiJi. TG years old, a veteran of the Civil M'ar, and one of the moal wideJ? known residents of Dun- M.OSOS SOOK TO " bar, died yesterday morning. Fun- LEAVE FOE FJiAXfE eral toinorrovv afternoon at 1 o'clock Attorney Fred D. .Munson, who en-; from, with Rev. D. K. Mtn- listetl In the ordnance department, ha,'/ | urd officiating. Interment in .Mount GERMAN ATROCITIES Is Subject; of I,echrrc by Br. Hillis HeiB IVednesOay Xlght. Nen'ell Dwight Hillis, saccsssor of [ been discharsei front the "Walter K.} Auburn cemetery. Mr. Bodk:n was Henry Ward Beecher and one of the j Reed hospital in Washington, D. C... | a private in Company E. IGStii Resi- raost powerful orators in the United n-here he received treatment for rhea- j men t. Pennsylvania Volunteer lofan- States, will deliver his famous illus-j inatlsm. According to word receive! here he ex-pecta to leave goon for clob,will meet Tue?day"afternoon at Uje home of Mrs. Ilowe street Sn. Eighth 'Mr and Mm. Leslie Brown of Perrybpolis and guests, Miss Helen Ream and Miss Kathleen Walters of WflSinsbnrg. motored to Connells- viiie'-yesterday. . - " · · « - ~Tbe best place Jo siop..after all: Brovrnell Shoe Co.--Adv.';; :; ::;·; _ : One" lot crepe de chine'and. georgette crepe wsiists. values.'.$5:00; Easter waist rale yt^f^Z.aS~K. Dimn. Stffifi--Adv-2*-3t. · "'-.-.-". · ' Eserl -Shanl:. and James--"Eeese. are in. Httsburg i.oday. llr's; T. G. Kincaid of Vest Cedar ·venue went '.o Pittsburg this morning."; .Hare you bought that swell pair of trated lecture on "German Atrocities," taeir nature, and philosophy, at the high schpol audLtorlurn on Wednesday night. Dr. Hillis recently returned from the battlefields and knows the exact conditions prevailing and gives a detailed account of the many horrors perpetrated by the Kaiser's troops, some of which seem almost incredible. · ' - - FARM LABOR MEETING IVill be Held Monday Night in Hooper :;' . . Jfc I/ODg Store.' ' TJe''CoimeIIsri}fe Argicultttral La bor Sen-ice committee will meet Monday evening at S o'clock in the Hooper Long store to open the drive for recruits for farm labor. The leaders in the movement arc anxious, that .there be large attendance of. men of the business district and other's* , . . "Over There." HOWARD AXKSEli CO.HTLUTKS try aniU had reMdcd at Dunbar nearly all his [if?. He is survied by his widow and tie following children: Mrs. Lttzio Kli'nk of Dunbar; J. 1,. Bodkin of Denbo, Washlntrion county; of Thompson No. 2. I3TTEXS1TE TltiVLMSU.: Mtaa ji agK io Ikirtkin, at home; Mrs. Howard Ankney, a former Connells- j ^ ysi;i .i lay KJink, Albert Bodkin and villo boy, will today complete his in- Mra riianclic Pmitley'of Dunbar, and tensive training in the officers' train- Ing course at San Antonio. Tes. After being returned to his original company for certain other training he effects to receive a commission, in the heavy artillery arm of the service. TO SPEAK er College 'Head TVill Address Mass ateetingr TOIDOITOTT. ·;-· Dr. "Horace B.:Haskell, president of Beaver college, ..will address a mass: .meeting in the Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock under the auspices of the Ministerial association. The meeting .is open to .the public and a cordial invitation to attend is OxfiSfds or pnmps at Downs' Stor"«r yet for Easter. The swell I extended by the ministers. dressers among thp women will have 'Sirs." Thomas Adams and sons -of Somerset are 'he guests of the for-; mer's sisters, "the Jlisaes Mclntyre of Leiisenring, . .'"'·-' One lot high class voile waists, reg- valies, our Easter waist ?1.9S. B. Dunn,Store.-sale" price AdT-2S-3L -- _ :. ·. .. ; Mlsa: Florence imt*ennore, the University of Pittsburg, is spending the Easter vacation with he'rtparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. But- termdire of East Crawford avenue. HaVo you bought that swell pair of griy.-nSbots ior brown 1 kid yet: that so maSjCSromen are. buying .right -now? It -noiFDowiis' Shoe Store is.jesdy to- serve^ybu. -- Adv. -- J9-2t. AHen Nance, Robert Adams and Joaep^Buttermore left last'night for AtlaiSc Ctty wheie they wilb spend Basfer. Ml»s; Margaret itcKevitt left last night :tor Baltimore to remain over Easter; -with triends. . A special lot of suits in all leading Bhadaa;.. values to ?30,' Easter, suit. sale. price .J22.50. E. Iiuna Store.-- Adv, - Mtss;ElIa McM;inus "arrived here' this"-^QOrning from Baltimore to visit her -parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. McManus. ' Yoa ;: need a new suit for jsprtngir Be -Sure and get a good one by order- Ing--it here! : - Dave Cohen, Tailor!-- A!r.- :; '" Mnu'-Anna Tearl of Crawford av'e- nueV' West Side, has returned home from" "McKeesport where ' she" visited BUILDING NW LINES ' *_·___ \^ Bell Tclepbone' Company Will Start · . Project injjluy. The Bell Telephone fjornpany is preparing to start .wo.-k 1'a May on additional lines from. Connellsville to Kt'tsbnrg^ ^"eat Newton. In addition, new lines will run from here £o Dawsoa, Greengburg and Dunbar. The. work wll be completed in August.;' - It. Romesfenrg, an operation for ap- ponoicltis. "..;: 5o Police Court There.' were no jiolice court hearings tixi3~-niorning. Mayor Duggan being out rf"fhe city. Three prisoners leaving" forfeits wero roloased and ..two were trusted. BUSY AT MARKLETON Force of Men RusMnt? Work on Haven for Soldiers. \Vorlc at the 17. S. A. General Hospital at ifariJcton, formerly the ilar- fcleton sanitarium, is rapidly pro- grossing. Thirty iniiu arrive*! at -Mar- k;loton recently from Camp Grccnleaf, Chicamauga Park, Ga., and arc busily engaged preparing for more to- come. Repair work under the direction of D. F. Shiiltz of Kinswood, has boen commenced on the part of the building damaged, by a recent fire and will be completed as rapidJy as possible in order to have the hospital n?ady lor patients, the ftrst contingents of which vrUl* arrive in tae near future. More will follow just as rapidly as they can bo accommodated. STJIA3TGK K5TTS SWEATFR. Colorctl 31an Second locallj to Perform the Feat, James W. Strange, colored, is the second man in this community to knit a sweater Tor the Red Gross. The sweater which will be donated by Mr. Strange to the Duuoia chapter of the Bed Cross, is now on display in a window of the Wright-Metzler company store, where Mr. Strange is employed. Lieutenant A. E. Kidd has ihc honor of being the first man from Con'nells- ville to knit a sweater.' SMITHFIELD EXCITED Acniplauc PaK-iOs Over Town at lligfi Sjier.l, Suj's Story, S1H.THFIE.LD, March 30.--Rcsi- doats of Ue bfirougi; were greatly excited Thursday when an aeroplane passed over the borough. Jt presence was indicated to some by lie noise of its motor, while others slimpse it, going at great sliced in a souUi-east direction. Tac machine passed over .-ibut 10 a. m. Its course would iake it over the mountain, at \Vympo Gap -which is seven miles south-east of Smithficld. Vt'd in ComhcrJand. Benjamin Scott and .Mary Kdoa Hess oC Pcr.r^'opofis; Thomas Poor- bauh and Ollie Bauinan or Glencoe, and Potw SciiUfaner and Mary Spellman of Unior.towTi wore granted license/.; to wed in Cumberland. Ini'nnt Jics. Myrtle Pifer infant daughter of Mr. and Sirs. Joseph PiJtir of Snuff Hill, near Dunbar, died yesterday morning of pneumonia. 1'artr at Layton. A delightful party was held Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and -Mrs. Cyrus 'Porsythe at Lay-ton. The evening was enjoyably spent -at various . games, and singing -patriotic selections... ilusdc .w^s furnished by Mlsees Susanna-Haley and. Ruth Por- sythe and Edward Haley. A delicious' luncheon was served. Congregational The annual congregational meeting of the First Presbyterian ci.urcii at Dawson will be held next Friday evening at 6.30 o'clock in tie church. The women of tie church ^vill serve a free supper to all members and friends of tie congregation. Is, Recovering. H. M. Romesburg pt McKeestporti a former well. inoiwn resident of Coh- nellsville,. underwent an operation a week ago last Wednesday" in the McKeesport hospital for appendicitis, and according to word·· received here is getting along -nicely. Harper Bnys Home. Swayne Harper has purchased tie J. C. Armstrong' property in 3fo Scn'ices Tomorrow, There will be no services, either Sunday school or preaching, in the Trinity Reformed church tomorrow. Arrangements for services next Sunday will be made during the week. Revival Services Close, On Thursday evening E«v. W. F. Conley of South Connellsyille closed a two weeks' revival service held in the United Brethren church at Pair- view. Discharged From Mrs. Grant Tressler of Meyersdale who underwent an operation at the Chas. C. Mitchell Eighth street. West Side, and will.' Allegany hospital, Cmnbei-land, has move there 'as soon as it is vacated, returned home. Tie sale was made through the A. E. Wagoner agency. Deaf Mote Picked tip. '' · A small boy about 12 years old, and deaf and dun's ;s being held at the police station until his parents con be located. He was picked up near Lejsannng No 1 last 41 gitaby Con~ stable Buries who~bTougnt himTiere Cornelius Horgau. Cornelius Horgan, 75 .years old, brother of Mrs. Bessie Kelly of Scottdale, died Thursday at his home at Itankin, Pa. ", US South 1'Ittsburg street. Both Plionea. I employ no agents or solicitors. AJU doing business strictly on my own merits. IS years qracUcal experience. Hotor Funeral Service IE Desired, Classy Hats The Reasonable Hats T 1 !- ' ¥ a. /"** ' I he Last La The Wonder Hats Are the Greatest Values Ever Offered in This City and Everyone is Different Hats The Wonder Hats Can Be Had in the Following Prices: $3.95, $4.95, $5.95, $6.95 and $7.95. "THE STORE Tke HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE! i29to!33 N PITTSBURG Sti CONNELLSVILL.E": BUTTERICK Of Baltimore and New York Will Hold Their Semi-Annual o Invited Following our custom, we shall hold here, on the above-mentioned date, our semi-annual display of fine Custom-Tailoring woolens, which will be in charge of one of their representatives, Charles Famme, who will show you the new styles in materials and models for the coming season. Talk to him and get his ideas. No obligation to buy if you don't want to. This Schloss Tailoring Opening has come to be an event looked forward to by the best dressed men of this section. It brings to you the facilities ordinarily available only to those who live in New York or other large cities;--the chances to know "what's ·what" in metropolitan fashion, and to get it at reasonable cost. Remember, this is high-class Custom - Tailoring, backed by a house of 40 years reputation. Fine Made-to-Measure work that.would ordinarily cost from $50 to $90--for half that. 124 North Pittsburg Street, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WILDEST REPORTS FOLLOW EXPLOSION AT POWDER PLANT might be heavy some one had sum- SIGHT OA ANSWERED AT OJfFICE. Jacques Easter KeceptioD. .Easter. Tuesday, April 2nd. KtEerle's Jaiz-Orcliastra;--Alar. 29':3td. \ LADIES "When irregrular or delayed uso Triumnh Pills. Safe and always dependable. NoC sold at di-UR- atorcs. Do not experiment with others; aavo dls- apiioinl»jen:. "Write for "lleilef" and purticuiars; it's free. Adflreail NATXON- ili JO3DICXL INSTITUTE, Milwaukee. \VUfconsin. Coatlnuedl ri-om F-nse One. came at 4:20 before th« employes got away from the vicinity, -but not one received a scratch. Excitement was greaier jc the nearby tc\vus and villages than about the ' plant. At Tarr, where many of the i girl employes live, the populace was in a frenzy until the first girls arrived on a trolley car. At nearby farm houses dishes and crooks we-re jarred from shelves. At Alice mines windows of abandoned rhouses were blown in. Homes were shaken at Scottdale and Mount Pleasant ' Hundreds of persons in automobiles and afoot rusned to the ss;ene ot the i explosion, B'earias that the death toll moned undertakers. Ph;^siclans also were called from Scottdale. State police were order to the scane, five of them arriving in an automobile and on motorcycle from Greeasburg. · The powder plant is wnstanUy pa- i trolled and no one is permitted to '· enter the place or loiter about it, ow- j ing to the danger. The plant is owned by the Du Pont [ company. It will be rebuilt at once, i it is stated. The company has been j } Want Ads--1 Cent a Word making caps merit order. for shells on govern- Ten-Pound Daughter. j A 10-pound daughter was born 10 i Mr. and Mrs. George Baer at- their i home at Snydertown. There are now j a boy and a girl in the family, I At J);:iwson Chwrch. Rev. James Mayne of tie Western Theological seminary \vill occupy tie pulpit at lie First Presbyterian church at Dawson tomorrow moraine. --THE-- . FAMILY EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE AT HOME, Strictly Fresh, Clean and Pure. ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CLUB BREAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNER, "Our Pastries Are Delicious Be-, cause They Are Homemade."V NEXT DOOR TO WEST PENN WAITING ROOM.

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