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April 3, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. ·WEDNESDAY; APRIL 3; 1918. Tie Knit and-'Wia Unit to the Charleston Comforts Branch ot the Navy League met "last evening at the-itome o; Airs. Harry Ford in South Eighth street, Graawood;'- The evening was spent at knitKag' sweaters aad' Jocks tor th« sailors." The -unit /wiUVmeel 3rondayi eevning, April 8, attte-Tiame of illss'lyime Utacell in Soulli Eighth. street, Siiejieood. »£·'- \ .Mr. and r Mrs7~Ti3f--^b"onneUy of IJrookvale announces -die- engagement- pf toeir_Jaugiter, Miss : K(telis Donnelly tec" Fred. H. Hannening, one ot ihe best KUCHA business men of the West Side. The., engagement Till terminate "Jn a Jane wedding. Mr. -Hai- m8ning"Sas been in the drug, business in the "West Side for a. number o£ years antfias a host of trieiWs.. His lancee i»-;aiso p widely and -favorably known. .The^ ooupl* _jr itf TM reside in A cottage .prayer meeting- -will be CHAIRMAN UMBEt-E: ISSUES URGENT CALL To All Organizations in County to At- t«nd War IVoi-k Meeting Jn Vn- iontowi Saturday Afternoon. R..E. Umbel; chairman ot the fra» ternal councinoC-the" National "W'ar Savings Committee for Western Pennsylvania, lias "issued an invitation to the presiding officers of all the f rater^ nal societies, clubs and other organizations in the county to be present at a meeting of -.the executive- committee of the Fayette; count?- council to be held in the court he-use afUnknnown, Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. In" urging attendance at this meeting Chairman Umbel says: ·"· -"Witlirn'tlie'nert few : days doubtless -hundreds of thousands of our boys will be on- the battle front pariicipat- Chestnut street. ^AJl-are invited. A ten cent te£_wilV be ·evening at thernom'e..-of Draper fii South" Arcn s the auspices of Prie'ndshiplV.£emple No. 25, -^Pythian Sisters. -~". ". The "Woman's Missionary" association of ·SerTjnited-JBreihren church win meet tomorrow ^afternoon at 2.SO o'clock in the churctu--; Ten .m"embers.,of tne Greenwood Indies' 'Eancprori.. .club.; were present at the regular~ ."monthly~. meeting at ·which THrs-"Charles- Eowe was. hostess yeifftrdayrafiernoon at iwr: home in Eigltifr.. street, Greenwood. ..The afternoon--was enjoyably spent at knitting."Delicious refreshments -were served. Mrs. Mgitthew^Crowley -will entertain th»-ctak-TSesVy..afterncon, May 7, at her~h6me" in Eighth, street, Gre'cmrood. i ';-~- r ~ ;- The marriage of Miss Ann Klizibeth Thomas, daughter of judge and- Mrs. -William A. Thomas of Westminister, Md., and lieutenant "W531iam.Sitcb.ie Semans, son of Mr.' and Mrs. .Thomas B. Semans of Uniontown, was'.solem- nixed Monday at. noon in the home of the bride'* -parents! Following the ceremony-- : »*-wedding breakfast was .served after-rwnicb. Lieutenant . Semans aid brio^T^ftipnra^honeymoon trip. They,ai;e »Tp«*edJto arrive in 'ilniontown later m the-week. Mrs. I. "WL. IMyers; of Green street and Mrs. T. G. Kincaid of "West Cedar avenue are entertaining at chain teas this afternoon at "their respective homes for the benefit of the Trinity Episcopal-church. Friday night Mrs, Charles ^feisgerber -will- be hostess at her homers Vine street..at; a similar tea and oirjSaturday^afterzipon ..Mrs, · G. N.."Wcodoii4TCSe;streetiiUl be'.hostess at one "otCthe series. The regular meeting-^of the'.Ladies' Aid society of the -First Baptist chnrcn -will b« .ield 'tomorrow .evening at the home of Mrs. HesV at Trotter. All members^ are invited. The annual coagregatioiutl -meeting of the Firrt: Presbyterian ;cbiirch will be held tbisvfivgning at;ft o'clock in the c£arcto.-BtdgnorpBrtees and" deacons irill be etaetngntt reports of all tile organizationX^in connection with the church will be xetid.'. '.::. Th« ladles' Aid snd Missionary St£" ciety of the United Presbyterian ·rdraseJi- Trill .meet tomorrow- at 220 o*cloci:at the- home of Mrs. "W. S. Ringer at South ConnellsvlHc, leaving on Uw 2 o'clock car. Sirs. Nellie Murray and JCrs. C. B. McCloskey -were. hostesses at a 6 ' o'clock dinner at their home in Fair- View 9T"enn»~at _TehIch rcovers "irwe laid for"14.J3The' eYCnlng.was .spent at musfc"-anncards..' Easter flowers, were nsed 1 in the decoratioas. PEBSONAIx S. "W. Metzler -was here from Uniontown today on business. Mrs. Louise Baker of Greenwood Is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker in Cleveland; O., at wkose home a little daughter arrived a few weeks Mgo. . :. ~ . · 7%e best place to shop after all Bmwnell Shoa Co.--Adv. Mr. and Mre. G. -E. Leonard have moved from 316 W«t Fayette street to the SUcox im^perty oc. the · opposite side of the_a«me street. . "We have* hundreds of-1hfr-beautiful new spring. woolens now ready for your inspection., pave JSqhen, Tailor. Miss Pauline Chalfant and Everett Philli» of. Hickory, have returned home after'aTrisif "witn the"foraner'3 1 aunt, Mrs. Laora Piereol ot Morrell avenue, Greeaiwood. The much fleiayed'car of fertilizer just arrived for Anderson-Louche. This car . contains a atiecial grain grower, potato grower and raw bean meal.--Adv.--2-2t. Mrs. Fred. Schilling andjMi^s Anna Grouse of Cincinnati.- O;. have returned home afwr a visit with Mrs; Sa-bina has aver seen, fighting and dying that you and I and our children and generations yet unborn may live as-free people; when coVumn. after column of our newsjpapers are filled with the names of those who have died in the cause, then the American people will awaken and begin to inquire "what can we So to help the boys at the front win this great -war?" 'The need of the hour and one of the best and most effective means of our doing, not only our "bit" but our "best,", is by,.'orgatnztog our -various interests in connection with our war .work; activities.' "Many oC our loyal, patriotic cHi- "zens are contributing liberally of th-eir means and time -in this great cause; about 15 'councils are "being organized covering every important interest in Fayetto county; I iave been drafted as chairman of the Fraternal council, the.purpose of which is to enlist and interest all of the fraternities and clubs and. tho ' individual members thereof in- the ..various lines ot war work. _. :. ' · FARM LABOR CANVASS STARTED YESTERDAY, MAKES GOOP PROGRESS Volimleers Asked to State TUt-ir Preference and Uivir lletnili'il Luforma- tiun Concerning Tliemsclres. The work of the committees appointed at tiie farm conference on -Monday evening to .canvass the city 'for'enlistmeuts in the service is meeting with encouraging success. The canvassers . began yesterday to systematically cover their 'districts and report that they have becm very cordially received. Cards are.given to all men with the request that they be filled out and left at Hooper. Long's store at. t!ie earliest convenience. T'he blanks on the cartis provide for Information of a detailed character relating 1# the signer, such as name, residence, telephone number, classification in the draft, age, height, "weight, color or race, religion, condition of health, disabilities, if any; time desired to serve--full or part, and number of days, or hours per week; preference as to residence during volunteer period, on farm or at home; preference as to work, whether general farm, truck farm, care of stock or orchard- ing; group to which signer belongs, college or university student, retired farmer, professional or business man, otherwise envployed, kind of work and name and. address of employer. The applicant will state briefly his farm experience and sign the following: "I desire to enroll in the United States Public .Service Reserve and apply for .placement in agricultural service at the prevailing wage in the community to which I am assigned." If circumstances make it impossible for anyone to volunteer for this service they are asked to state the reason on the card and return it promptly. H.KKE IS THE JIAHf IVIi'o TAKES tti'UR ISC' ISCOHE TAX. TAX DODGERS "YfOi Be Bounded Up By. tho Income Tax Investigators. The government has started a campaign to corral the .nation's latest slacker, the man who failed to make a return for Ms income tax. " " Hundreds of investigators for the Treasury Department are busy and there is assurance that all who have failed to complyvwith'the-iaw in this respect will be.canfht. The country is being ccnribed by states, counties and townships. BASEBALL LEAGUE Is Planned for Tanderbilt, -· - ani Dicfcersbn Ron. Baseball is injcospect for the Dawson ccamn.un'ity. " Pia'os are under way for a Y. M. C. A, league in which will be represented Da.'W^on, Vanderbilt aad Dkskersoa Rnn. A schedule Trill be arranged "shortly '.- Teams in tie'Leag^e al5 are looking forward to games 'wiith. other towns outsMde the league, KormuL There wiJI be a live Summer School at South CoanellsriHe' Pa. The session 'will open May 6, and continue six weeks, dosing with county- examination for teachers. ·' All common branches, voice culture, and vocal music, etc., will be laug-ht. A class in methods of teaching will receive especial attention. "We caa loan books to a limited'num- ber who attend this school. For further information address J. C. Beahm, A. M., Princial, Connellsville, Pa,-Adv. 13 wed. tf. ,__ BENEFIT PLAY Pressman's Union Xo. 11G AViU Tresi-nt Zarrow's Follies at Arcade. r For the benefit of Pressman's Union No. 116 Zarrow's Follies of 19118 will play at lie Arcade theatre Friday afternoon and evening, giving several big vaudeville acts. In addition a picture, "The Mystery ot the Flying Pish," featuring Douglas Fairbanks, will bo shown. The pressman's union cxpets a big attendance in both, afternoon and evening. There' will be no reserved scats. The afternoon performance will b« at 2.30 o'clock with the usual price of 30 and 15 cenft. Regular prices will be charged in the evening. There will be two avenihg "performances. Members of the union have tickets for sale. They can also be secured at the box office on Friday. MOUNT PLEASANT READY To Bid Farewell Tomorrow to Boys Icnving for Camp lice. Special to The Courier. MOUNT riJSASANT, April 3.--The town -will ajjain tomorrow bid farewell to departing selectives. Members of council will meet in a body at the armory at 33.30 o'clock to inarch with the draftees to the Baltimore This is the man who lakes your income tax money. He IB D;iniol C. Roper, Uncle Sam's collector of internal revenue. Mr, Ropur is just at this lime one of tho busiest men, in the country. This photograph was made in his office in Ihe treasury THREE SONS OF [DWAR MAN IN SERVICE HONORED! Continued f r o m Fajjp One. an interne in the bogpitai and his wile and son wont to visit him over a j week ago. The child contracted rneas- j les a few days ago. SOX 10 GRADUATE FKOJI TRALXIM; scnoor, j Mr. and Mrs. Grant Lcighty of Iun- bar township, -Mrs 5. .1. Harry anil son Walter, of Bast Green street, wii; leave lonigtht for Gamp Lee, Petersburg, Va., to witness the graduation j of Mr. and Mrs. Leighty's so.n, Orhind, from the officers training camp. WCKEBSOX UVX BOV AT FIMHfT.IS FILVSCF, William" Harbauyh of Dickerson Run ' is ia a the midst of the fighting in France, according to a letter received by his father, "Wm. Harbaugh. Ha.r- baugh is a member at the 117th Engineers. VETERANJMCHER DIES Cap tain IT, S. Snimer Expires at the · Home of Sister nl Confluence. : Special to The Courier. · CONFLUENCE, April ;j.~-Captain : Ross R. Sanner of GruntsvU!*, 1 , Md., ; diod at Uae home of Uis siste~ .Mrs. Kate Hyatt hero Tuesday morning ut G o'clock after a few weeks' illness. Captain Banner had been living at GrantsvHlc for several years whoru i he taught school. About fnvir weeks j ago, not feeling as well as usual, he Ohio station'from which they leave j concluded to visit h stater Mrs. Hyatt at 32.30 on a special train. They ask land brother, Cyrils Sanner bere, that patriotic and fraternal organizn* j hopes the ,vJs!i vrould bune/it him, tions.join with them in giving the boys a Eendoff. .The school chlldren^will be dismissed in time to participate in the farewell. Red Cross units have arranged to present !.he boys with s-weaters an4 box lunches. :' Fenr. Bed --Cross,- Exhibit. . A Red Cress' exhibit displayed In the show "window o£ Abraham Joseph's store at Perryopotfs Easter Sunday attracted mucti attention and for the first time the men fully realized w£at the good women were doing for the soldier boys. Samples of all the different articles made by Red Cross workers were displayed. ; : *: · .Dies of Injuries. John Dervin, 41 years old, an em- ploye of the Baltimore Ohio railroad, who was struck last week at Sand Pailch by a'irain, died yesterday morninfat the Allegany hospital, Climberland,, of his injuries. The body'will be'ehipped to Berlin's home at Flttafleld, Cold Wove Coming. Much -colder is predicted for tonight and tomorrow. Hunting Ton will find them fc our ad. columns. WOMEN MAY ENROLL Fnrther OppoHuntty Offered Thursday nnd Friday at Tandcrbflt "Women p£ Yanderbilt. and vicinity ft-iH be given another opportunity to enroll for-vrar work at tho school hall .,, _,, , _ , ., ., Thursday ami Friday £rom 2 to 51 four sons and two daughters o'clock, with. Miss Margaret Lyon and Miss Hazel Edtwarcfe aa registrars. Miss Carrie DuJ! will be at the First National Jfank each day and Mrs. G. B. Robert* at the Roberts home to enroll any who coons. KoTf man- Carl Is *e. . Miss Caroline Bowraan, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Kay C. Bovnnau ot Columbo street, Pittsburg, and Thonias 0. Carlisle o£'Scottdale, were manned Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the home of- the bride, with Rev. C. P. Cbeoseraan of She Highland Presbyterian, church officiating. Tomorrow the bridegroom will leave tor Carap Lee, Petersburg, Va. but he gradually kept getting weaker until the. end rnmn. He was aged 7G years and was one of the oldest ·school teachers in the state. He lisd taught school here several terms, a!no nt various other places in tho county. Captain Sanner wa.-i ol a pleasing personality and made friends wherever he went. He was a member of f.he Methodist chur:^. He leaves three brothers and two sisters as follows: Cyrus Sanno.r or this plji.ce; John. Sanner, Somerset: Harrison Sanner, Pairchance; Tvlrs. Kate Hyatt, of ihis plae;o, and Mrs. Grimes of Un- lontown. He alfio leaves a wiTo and M a host of friends to mourn, hia IOPR, Pnneral -services will be held fit the [ Baptist church. Wost SWe. Thursday at 1 P.'M. Interment will be in the cemetery nearby. Tlks ( B!rthdT Party. Annabel! Soverns was tendered n surprise birthday party recently at her home on Dickerson Ran Hill in honor of her eighth birthday. The hours were from 2 to 5 o'clock. Games ware played and a moat enjoyable time was had. Lunch wag serr- MOTHERS, LISTEN! WHen work exhausts your 'strength,' when your nerves are ^ and r j, j neefind ne«d Bay Sltotr m. Rs.y E. Shaw,, day ticket agent at th« Baltimore A. Ohio station la off on account of illness 1 . He is being ro- lievod fir Homer "Whip, relief agent. Night Agent Sherman ITncy, who has also boon 111, Till return to duty tonight. - . .. . nue. aad Mrs. iGruona Btarer of Uniontown, Tvili leave toniffbt for Caanp Lee, Pe'.ersburfi, Va., to visit the latr le^s son, Jotm Bierer. Mrs. "Wright of "Webster is visiting her brother, D. B. Glass of East Fayette street. · : · Union- Prayer Borrle*. Union prayer services of the churches of rtewson will be held tonight in the Baptiat ahurcb. Try Our ClouMed Ads. One cent a word i* ill tney coK. j rich, creamy, nourishing i ISCOTT^ \EmmN to check your wasting powers, enliven your blood and build up vour nerve force. ScOTTS is helping thousands and will give YOU the mtrength you need. -Condition Improve*], ' ~ The'condition of Mrs. B. B. Small of Chestnut street, -who underwent | an operation in a Pittsbhrg hospital, two wfclin ago, is improving very slowly. Afra. Small's illness Is said to have re*n-Hi=d from injuries from a-fall rofTsred a year ajo. Catd of TKssfcs. "W'e wJKh to ohank our many Mends for their Byza-pathy and kintaess during Iho death of our husband and loving fadier, Eiztver S. Prlnkey, and for the beautiful be.d £ flowers in vhloh lie was laid to rest. Mrs. E.' S. Prlnkoy and family.---Adv. MRS. EMMA WATT. Mrs. Ernina Watt, G5 .years old, wife of Lewis Watt, died this morning at her home at Banning following a i lingering illness. Funeral services will be hold from the house Friday morning at [ o'clock. Following tho services the funeral party will drive to Dawson vrhere the interment wilt be made in Cochran cemetery. DC- ceased, was born near Dawson, a daughtnr of the late Enoch and Elizabeth McGill; and is well p.nd favorably known in that community. . She was married to Lewis Watt and about three yearn ago the family moved from Unioniown to Banning. In addition to her husband, Mrs. "Watt is survived by three sons, "William of West Newton; Alva of Greensburg; Lewis, Jr., at home; Mrs. Charles j Hough of Dawgon; two bTotitors. George C. McGill ot Dawscu, Charles McGill of Greensburg; and two sisters, Mrs. John Victor of Fairchance and Mrs. "William Fail-child of Dawson, MRS. BARBARA SDSAKS. Mrs. Ep.rbara Susaks, 70 years old, [died this morning at -her home at Lelsenriag No. 3. ' . MRS.- MAHY TOBCHIA. Mrs. Mary Torchia, 34 years ,old, died yesterday at her home in Gibson avenue. She %va-? born in Italy, a daughter of Andrew and Catherine Seotdasa. C A T A R R H For head or throat Catarrh try the vapor treatment IVlio to rntronlac. Thoso who advortiBo la The Courier. Daily So many new blouses are coming in tliat we can mention in a descriptive way, only a few at a time. There are lots of copies of French blouses, ranging in price from $3.75 to $15.00 from the gorgeous georgette model at the latter prica, to the many styles in dainty lingerie or hand embroidery, or many rows of pin tucks, at $3.75. And at $1.00, $1.25 and $2.25 tKere are scores of fresh new waists--all whits or in smart novelty stripes or checks. "THE STOH'K AH.HA1)." The HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 59*0'133 N PITTSBURG St.; CONNELLSV!LLE'. 9*, BUTTEEICE PATTEESS. HAVE YOUR JOB PBIKTI1TG- DOITS AT THE OOUSIES Ol-'FIOB. National .Taxi and Transfer 'Co. 206 B. Fsjfttt Street, GOOD TODBWG Ci\HS AJTD TECCKS TO AL1 i?OISTS. Quick service. . Moderate charge. Careful drivers. j Moving and hauling; Bell Phone 507t AS tOHG AS THIS FELLOW AHO HAD A WOOIO 5U10KLV BEDEVE IT, , * ;. ; IS, SEs. mi Ota. Koioital Sbt, SI. JU.L DRUCC13TS - ----^T»--- Moving and Heavy Hailing TO ALL PABTS. \ FAST SEKTICE. GET RAT Day or Night. P. B.lEesler, BIS McCnraiick ATO. Bell 5

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