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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEIXSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, APRIL 1,1918.' LOCAL SOLDIER AT CAMP HANCOCK Afe ALLEGED PRO-GERMAN -.T*r-. . _ _ and white meats prtvaikgihat a delightfully ar- ranged-childrra's-pmrty-at-whieh-Mrs. C..A. Port was hostess Saturday afternoon at her home in Lincoln are- nne in4ionoKoi.lfce;s«condiMribdav_. Port. " '"A"' disileknis ~ iunctieon ^was- served, covers for 12 being .laid ,*t. a small table arranged in. a bay window of the_pr»ttily decorated, din Th» cemtH of tS*'.iabTi appoint-' j Lucy"*"Cowry,'"Porter "ayenu'e';-' Thursday evening at the home of'Mrs. T. G. Kincaid,-Cedar-avenue.* : The ^Daughters of Isabella will neet' Tuesday evening, -April* 9, -in*.the Parochial schooFiuditbritmii tnsteail ofV^nTOrrow evening.---- '-··'··- · · '- groom:. lain with maiden- haii-ftra,--.while..-the. candle*"ana~damty place cards"'we're" in rose designs. " There was a birth- ·_day-cake,-with ,-two pink-candles, denoting tl» age "of the UtUe~ honor ^jpwat. Attached Jo, th3_fairpn, 1 which were small pink baskets, were' pink' ..ribbon*..extending, to* a large..bunny, " which tfnrigrfrom the Veiling.- "Little Martha Irene, presented eaph of her small gnestr with an Easter greeting: Mrs. Martb Port was unable to be jllMlil. ;'niit_'fininii'n1tiTl -her-, great (Tfuiddanghter with-Easter greetings : 'aSd a ^rV--The'gnests-werV-Mfs" C: ; JB, Jort, .Mrs. L. M., Santmyer, grand- ~The -regular' meeting- of the Business Women's Christian Association will;be ield Thursday evenTng In Odd Tellbws'' temple, South Pittsburg street.,.-- : -- - . . . . . . . . The Ladies' -Auxiliary to the Order-of Railroad Co- .uctors will meet Wednesday, afternoon in Odd Fellows' hall. mothers of- the honor guest, Mrs. -I:cS«keiekr. »nd- : bmljy,-Mrs. : -WiHiM» . Brown and.daugbter, Betty_ Mae; Mrs. "S:C. WMpkey-a,nd sons,- Jim an3Tom ; ' 'Mrs. John Brown, and son, Bobby, Mr». H.' K. Lewis and son, Jimmie, - Margaret Jean and Helen Lang, Olive " " , Heo?«r and son, Charlei.. Mrs-fort «i" assisted 'E"ehtertaining "by her ri; George Long. - - - - - - .'- . Miss Agn^s Tippman will enter- taim.Uie_p..N.'T: Fancyworlc club oil Tltursday afternoon . at her home in ·fBenrtHPlttsfcimrstreeC ---- ..... · "-"'"Th* EBi»' social' committee wlllsive » dance tonight in tho Elks', hpiae in 'E«s* Crawford avenue. The hours B.. ..Semans and family of Uniontown, left.yester- day" f6r" Westminster, "McT.," to attend the wedding of Miss Ann Elizabeth Roberts, daughter" of Judge and Mrs. William-Ay-Roberts, and Lieutenant William,Richie Semans, to,be solejjm- 4zed*in~the home'of the bride's parents. Ensign Thomas B. Semans, Jr., will also attend his brother's · wedding. - The-Woman's Association of the Maccabees will hold its regular meetirig ; Tuesday evening in the Maccabee Hall at; 8 o'clock sharp. ~ "'TIM' TJnitf Trajernity."will -jSre 'an Easter dance Friday night in the Colonial Inn, South Pittsbnrg-street, ChnreiiJ-Dmji-'Tfill'be observed" on Thoriday^in-tii^HTSt Methodist Episcopal' chnrch- by the Ladles' Aid so- ciety'and tlte Woman's Home and ·'Foreign "Missionary societies. Lunch will b« seized from 11 to.i : o'clqcfcr: -- ' ._E»at«i.,,..s«rv.ices:_.'at the :':United Brethren- church ' yesterday.-:-.were ·SinfilT;»tlend»a-.-and'.' the services ' tajhiickureh Midifiyn. baptisms, fo ' ' ; ioorniiigjandTOe'at_the;evening : r . . tori" Kev^'j. S._Showifri:''_.In i th«!;eTe-, ' ' folly presented. ' i. ·. Mrs. .0. -E. J3nos gave .a prettily, ap- ; pointed dinner last evening', at her · hornet in. honor of-her brother,-, George : Htinb»ag6, who"'lgft this mbrrfirig'for 1 Washington,' D. C.,'where he enlisted in "the Ttainboir Division a wees:" "ago. ;'Covers were ;laid~. for only.'^ '· .friends of the "honor guest.' Out-of- town guests, were Mr. and Mrs. C..-H. : Robinson...-.Miss A'da Richer,. .Miss i Myrtle, Robinson and Edward 'Jtobin- :· son, alTof/West NewtonV Mr/Heln: baiigh will'be stationed at Camp Dii, N. J. The monthly meeting of the B. Y. P. . U. of the First Baptist church will be : held tomorrow evening. at-.7.30 o'clock ia the charch. ,T*. - A twoiact,c|[mieds. r '.'The,.LaniJb:qf eveninc at-8 o'cloct.in _..ffie..:-Jlrst ; Baptistr church Dy-n:uiBibS;ii.ioEl -the Suno^j^«S(ioal- : ~ Tiekets~T"Te ri on""8ale by nuBibers of the claw^Those who appeaj;7~in the cast .-ju*7 untiringly wo'fking; towards the .success of the .entertainment and alt rwhp^attcnd .are : assured » delightful jirpsram. pSH pRr m»-' . 'nesday^ifttrnobn at"'( · Title *7Trust building · fe-i-'conclude bnsiness-'for the_rear. ; r, Tie "·-'b'clbcV ''In S'tac -.' Th« Ladies' Aid Society of the First Baptist church will meet Thars- day' eveninig"a£"the"hbine" of Mrs. "Hess -at Trotter, Instead of on Friday ev- eninir. The date was changed ion "ae- ;eount of an entertalnment--to"be".pre- . the; Snnday~sehool; ; ; 1 MembtM:: .of: Trinity :_Episcopal, :hureKwitrBold chain tea^ as followsr .:Tuesdar : evening,' at'the' hbm^"pf : 3tis: F! R.^GTMham,.:Ches'tnut streeU_Wedi" nesday"*eveniiBjr^at- the .hbme^'of Mrs. makes my stomach contented ttke POST - ContinutH] from : - Page .One.. rfarch term' of court, was discharged Saturday morning-just'iin time'to rash home, .bid- his family 'goodby; and re- Hrt r at Republic..to draft board.:No. 6 for-niilitarj' 3 se"rvice,' -he having'b'een called in the quota -.which will leave Brownsville tomorrow afternoon for Camp ll.ee. r evening.- Mrs. "Joseph T. Johnston~wiH entef- ._.JP .tbe Thursday . Afternopn._ Card cinb^rhursday afternopa-»t;"2-«'eloelt; at. herrhome'ln East Crawford-avenue.' .RUSH XBATES FOR --rlLVACOCK; ET SI6SA1 CORPS, Quay.Rush of Uniontown, who has been spending a .furlough at the home of 'his parents,' left here yesterday for Camp Hancock, Ga. Rush has been ln.trajning.at.Camp Lee for.the-past six-.months, ..but just before., given his 'urlough he was transferred to the Signal Corps'and given order's to report, at Camp Hancock. * PEHSONAlfit* U . ; Mrs.-Ray Hall "and sc*:;tJSobert ;;oi Tonngstown", 0., returrie«; home this looraing .alter a visit wIfh~~.lleY.,''.~ani! Mrs. W. H. Gladden, grandjiaTents of Mrs. Huss:- · · ; ' The.best pl*ce to shop after, all Brownell-Saac Co.--Adv. .Rev.,and.Mn. W. H. Gladden of Greenwood left this morning for Waynesburg to visit the former's sister, Mrs. Rebecca Zollers, who is seriously ill. . .,, . - Miss-Martha' Grier of Dnnbar, is 'visiting Jirs.- Thomas Tj- Cdttom at Chattanooga, Tenn., where the latter'.* husband; First Lieutenant Cottom is stationed. . For the befit and cheapest repairs off that roof, conductor or spouting, seff. F. T.'. Evans Estafc.--Adv. .Conrad- Gutbrod of Pittsburg was visiting friends In.thls city yesterday Mrs.- Harr3r r ~Stanb of- Perryopolls was visiUrig at the "home of Mr. and MT3-.-.H; L. Plersol on the ^W«st Side yesierday.; ' · · · - '"·-.·...- : - William '£aeddpji, of New.- Salem is vtiitmg'hia mother Mrsf'iiairy Sned- doa of "the"West Side. Did you know-that mine is the largest and-oldest exclusive tailoring establishment in the coke region'? DS.VB; Qohen,-^Tailor.--Adv.- ·.- Mrs/E. E. 'Ober of PHtsburg has retorted home .after visltinp her father here for a few days. Miss "Virginia :McGann ·'.6f.-"Wllklns- burg is visiting friends In the city. ,-·' Harold Ha'ddock," who "has been employed-'in- Mohesson for some time .spent Easter-at his home here. " A great show.at-the Arcade today. --Adv.--1-1. - Sir. and" Mrs. TVVE. OTXmnell of the West Side have moved to Toungstown 0. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McFarland of McKeespor^ wer visiting at. the home of the litter's' parents," Mr! and Mrs J. L. Evans- yesterday. ; :,Mrs. WUliam^Benford and daughter, Wilma, of Scottdale were; visiting the former's parents; Mr. :and Mrs. H; S McCormick of_the East End, yesterday: ' ' ' ·'·"·*· ' . " . . · ' · · , Mr. and-Mia. .'Charles. E. Alter and Miss Alma.Lenhart and Miss Ester Kelley of "Jeannette were^. guests yesterday at the heme-of Mr; and'Mrs. J. T. Smith in Ninth street, Greenwood Patronize thoae who aOrertise. Former Dawwn IVoiian Dlts After Xccelvlng Slight Hnrts. ~ .-Lockjaw, developing, from, injuries sustained in a fatl resulted" in the death of-Mrs: Elizabeth Murphy; .-.51 years old, a.former well known resi- dent'of'Dawson, yesterday morning at her, home at New Salem. The body will arrive at Dawson tomorrow afternoon and be removed to the-Cochran Memorial Methodist · chnrch where services will be held' at 2.30 o'clock. _;_;·--.' . . . : . " . : . Mrs. Murphy was a daughter of Thomas and Mary Sproat,'both . de- iceased. She was'born at Dawson and resided there until four years ago when she went to -New-'Salemv She was the_ widow of John M. Murphy. Four, children survive,. 1 as follows: Daniel and -Harriet;Murphy, at linme; Mrs. Joseph'Robinson, Pittsburg, "and Mrs. A. Starkey,. New_ Salem, Two ( Brothers, 1 Daniel' Sproat' of Dawson; James C. Sproat,of Revere, and two" sisters, Mrs. .Thomas Herbert and Mrs. A. Cable, both of Dawson, also survive. The-deceased was a member"-of the Cochran Memorial Metho^ dist chnrch. ' . Serious Operation, v · / Mrs. Sadie McClean" of.'Greenwood underwent an operation' thisijiSbrning at the Cottage State- hospital: ; "Mrs.' McCleary's husband,' D. .A.'. McCleary; is very ill at his hiime.'._.:":-..':. ..' laiant Dies. An Infant son: of. Thomas and Carrie Stillwagon .-Freed, died yesterday at the family residence ini Connellsr ville township. J«q»es E»»ttr Ileception. ster Tuesday' t =April^2na. Kiferle's ar i 20 3td: ·; BLACK SATES COAT SPOTTBB RETURS'S TO CAMP LEE ^IFTKR SHOJiT FUKIOUCH. After spending a short furlough at his home here Corporal "Jack" Horc- witz returned to Camp Lee, Va., yes; terday morning. Horewitz has been in training there for several months. TEOMBLETC HOME FJHBI CAMP HAlfCOCK OX A FCBXOUGir. , Andrew Trombley of. South Connellsville is homo from Camp Han- cocli, Augusta/Ga., on a furlough. He arrived in the cfty yesterday. HOJtE ON Lieutenant Dana Wright, stationed at Camp Meade, Annapolis Junction, Md., arrived home this morning to spend a four-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wright o( Wills Road. . ; ESTERS THE SEHVICK. Clarence-O'Donovan,/son of Alderman :T5ugene,-0|ionoran of the West Side, will leave in a: day or so for Newiiprt- News/A'a.,. where-ha.-, will enter the surgeon general's department. He. expects to leave soon for duty overseas.- , NEW MEMBERS RECEIVED Thirty-Eight Added Yesterday -to the M. P. Church at Percy. : Easter was a'big day in the history of the Methodist Protestant church at Percy, of which. Rev. W. H. Gladden of Greenwood, is the pastoral supply. There were to have been.50 members received: into the church but on account of almost an 1 epidemic of grip in 'that community, and others having to work, the .number was reduced to 38, just one', new member for each. year the pastor has been preaching. Thirty-four persons were baptized. Her. Gladden derates only half timo to this church, and because ot his Impaired .health, was unable to undertake a series of revival services. He therefore preached a series ot scrmont on the subject, "Lay Evangelism, 1 or the Common Priesthood of Believers.'.' Nearly half the new members received into the church yesterday were heads of families. Among, those baptized .were Mrs . Clark, wife of Prof. Clark, and her twin babies. Prof. Clark'and three soldiers from Camp Gordon were among the new members. DINNER AT SCOTTDALE Xrs. ]. P. Brennen Entertains In Honor of Husband. Mrs. J. P. Brennen was hostess at a handsomely appointed 1 o'clock dinner yesterday, at her home in* Broadway, Scottdale, 'n honor of the birthday of her husband. The table was centered with a French basket of ta- uuisitc -American beauty roses. ' All of Mr. Brennen's children with the exception of his son, George Brennen, w h o ' i s in the aviation service, stationed.'at Pensacola, Fla,, 'and his brothers and sisters were present. : Out-of-town guests were- Attorney W. J. Brennen, Frank Brennen, brothers of' the honor guest; Mr. anil Mrs. T. V. Wise, Mr. and Mrs. J.'G. Vilsack, brothers-in-law and sisters, Miss M. Brennen and Mrs. O'Connor Campbell, sisters, and John Campbell, son of the latter, all of Pittsburg. To match, the black satin coat with its bandings of white, this, skirt "has coin spots of black satir, act on ' at rugaiar intervals abovc^tho hem. Eoca ana "they says" are brittle; beware · For mn ey» onca broken, ant) a 'they say" once spoken, "Win never, no never, become whole by repair. ROADS TO FINE SHAPE IKotbricts Report Them in Condition Like Hidsnnimer. Before the rain which began to fall this/morning . the roadii about Connellsville wore, in' the finest condition for travel at this season o' the year --just like in midsummer. There has been little rain since the breakup-of winter. Easter at Ban son. 'Beautiful'Baster services wore held yesterday morning at the Cochran Memorial church at- Dawson. A children's choir of '40 voices sang Easter anthems' under the direction of Mrs. H. A. Baum.' The pastor. Rev. H. A. Baum, baptized 16 children and.young people; received a class oE 23 into preparatory .membership and read the certificates of 18 adults who came in-. ;o fellowship of the .church, Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our many friends [or their'-kindness and sympathy dur T ng: the sickness and death of our sister ':·· and.: daughter, Margaret Adelia. And'also..to thank them for the beau- :ifurbed;qf.lflbwers in which she was ia'id .'tb' u rest.'.MIr. and Mrs. H. P. Me-' Ga'rrify and . Family, 403 Highland avenue.--Adv. C A T A R R H . ., EOT head or throat ' " · · ' , ' : '.'.J. Catarrh try Ihe " ' - nportreatment AN ONION A DAY. The good old odoriferous bnlb when It !s digested and enjoyed should appeiir often (at least twice a week In some form) on our tables. The onion contains a richness of mineral matter and acids most healthful In keeping the body In condition. Steak smothered In onions Is a dish well Uked by most. .Slice the onions end crisp them In cold water and dry quickly in a cloth, then drop them into' a frying pan with a littld hot suet; pat la the iitcak and cover It after .both sides are well hrownud with the onions. Cover and let cooli a few minutes nnd^serre .piping hot- with tie onions. Onion* cm Tomwt, -- Chop six onions fine, then boll them 20 minutes In a little salted water. Drain and add a ta- blcspoonfal of butter nnd serve on buttered toast in tiny monnds, the top ot each garnished wjth a sprig of parsley. Onions nnpeeled, thrown Into a bed of cools, covered and allowed to roast until tender, may be peeled without lose, seasoned with salt pepper, cream or kuttcr, and served, making a dish especially tasty. Deviled Onions.-- Mince sli boiled onions and add to a thick white sauce, using a tablespoonful each of butter and flonr with three-fourths of a cup- f nl of milk ; to this "add the minced onion, tho finely mashed yolks of two hard-cooked eggs, one tablcspoonful of minced parsley .nno-n seasoning of salt and pepper. A little lemon juice mty also be added. Butter scallop shell* or small ramekins, fill with the mixture, sprinkle with buttered crumbs, and brown. - : Onloni With Cheese. -- This Is a dish which will take the place of meat, as it Is highly nutritious. Place a layer of cheese," finely minced, and a layer of rich -white sauce in a baking dish ; repeat undl the dish Is full, and cover with a thick- layer of buttered crumbs. Bake until thoroughly hot. A rich 'cheese should be used, ns the heating win often make an Inferior cheese stringy. _ · and; Tnesdlayj April 1 and Baltimore and New York Will ril Their Semi-Annual Following our custom, we s% a ll hold here, on the above-mentionecj date, our semi-annual display of fi^g Custom-Tailoring woolens, whicl will be in charge of one of their repf esentatives, Charles Famme, whc will show you the new styles in mat' ;er i a l s ane } models for the coming season. . Talk to him and get his ideas. 8$ o obligation to buy if you don'l want to. This Schloss Tailoring Opening hs come to be an event looked forwtard to by the best dressed men of this \ection. It brings to you th« facilities ordinarily available only to those v v ho live in New York or other large cities;--the chances to know "wha ; t' s what" in metropolitan fashion, and to get it at reasonable cost. Remember, this is high-class Custom - Ts-jJoring, backed by house of 40 years reputation. Fine Made-to-Me^ure work that would ordinarily cost from $50 to $90--for half'that. 124 North Pittsburg Street, CONNELLSVILLE, x j*A Tib® Pcchin Forms ,Unlt. - . Pcchtn school has organized a Junior Red Cross by electing Miss Margaret Senor, president; .Miss Gladys Feuhrer, vice president; ]Mi$,s Thelraa Carr, secretary, and Miss Lucy Scott, ^treasurer. The membership embraces about half the school. IVrist Injured. Margaret Forlqy of Dunbar, 12 years old, was admitted to the hospital yesterday tor treatment ot a paintul cut ot the right \vrist, suffered when she ran into the supboard. . BEST THING.' AYERS L.YNTS. / Aycrs Lynn. 65 years old, a ' l i f e long resident of Fraiiklin township, died Friday evening at the home of a son, Abher Lynn, on the David Junk farm ia Franklin township. Funeral services were held yesterday after- oon at 2 o clock from the family residence, with interment in the Flatwoods cemetery. In addition to his' son, Abner, Mr. Lynn is survived by a son, now in Prance with General Pershing's forces. MRS. MARGARET STANISLAY.' Mrs. -Margaret Stanislay, 47 years old, died Saturday at her home at Continental. MKS. MARGARET HCHN. Mrs. Margaret Huhn, 75 years old, died yesterday afternoon at her home at Smithfleld. The funeral will be on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Methodist church at Smithfield, with Rev. Ralph Bell officiating. The deceased was the wife of James Huhn. The following children survive: Charles, at home; Walter P., ot Turtle Creek: Lloyd, of Chicago; Homer, of Erie; John, Henry, George and Emma, stepchildren, 4 and Frank and John Martin, brothers, of Smith- fieldj also survive. MRS. BARBARA J. HARDIN . Mrs. Barbara Jane Hardin, 66 years old. wife of Upton C. Hardin, died yesterday at her home in Georges township. V ALEX MONTEITH. Alex Montelth, 61 years old, for 10 years justice of the peace and one of the best known residents at Fairchance, died suddenly Saturday afternoon as he was entering a bakery at Fairchance. The stricken man was picked up and carried into his office and was pronounced dead when a physician arrived. Previous to becoming a justice of the - peaco in 18DS Mr. Monteith was a carpenter. MRS. .TAMES HASSON. Mrs. James Hasson died Saturday night at her home between Perryopolis and Fayette City. She had been unweU for some time. Besides her husband she leaves a. daughter, Alma", at home, and" a son. Prank, at New Castle. The funeral will be tomorrow at 2 o'clock. PAUL BACH'A. The body of Paul Baeha, who was killed by a West Penn street car, was removed from Funeral Director J. E. Sims' parlors this morning to St. John's' Slavish church in the West Side, where services were held. Interment in St. John's cemetery. ALWAYS' F R O N T L A C E D Corset Luxury in a Modart M ADAM, do you realize that more than one- htdj of your time is spent in a corset? Absolute comfort, the greatest of all corset usets. U yours in Modail front-laced. The absence of laces at back gives form and wonderful smoothness for gown fitting. Front lacing permits ease in adjustment--assures a perfect figure, and, vrhether sitting or standing, fullness at the top gives freedom to the diaphragm. How to correctly put on a Modarl Corset and the proper wiy to wash a corset are told in the 1915 booklet. The great variety of models are also illustrated and described. Ask for one. tof QUAUTV · 0BIU N PlTTMUHS St COHNCU5VIU HAVE YOU TEIED OUR CLASSIFIED ABLETS' The twists and aeJws of rheumatic | sufferers usually yjald to the rich j oil-food treatment in .Smart--T never saw .anything good about the work of -Doctor Berryman. Wise--Oh! -yes. He takes a vacation ;of three months, every-year.; -. when everything else fails. Besides helping to purify and enrich the blood Scott's strengthens the functions to: throw off injurious acids and is especially beneficial during changing seasons. Many JL^ doctors themselves take *i3W Scott's. You Try It. -'III/ Scott a Bowne. Bloomfield. N. J. i7-3* - **". ; Odd Bits From Life" A 50TEL11" BEVt'E SHOW High School Auditorium MONDAY AMD TUESDAY EVENINGS, Al'Klt 1 and 2, 1918. Boiefit Immaculate Coaception Churcli: ' CnrUin 8.10 P. S; Tickets 50 Cents ^

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