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April 15, 1918

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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, APRIL, 15, 1918. Mrs. Julia 'Ward was hostess at a j meet Thursday afternoon. LIBERTY LOAN t h e ; rery enjoyable meeting of The Woman's club Saturday afternooi at her home in East Green street Miss Ruth. Embrey, a member of the Dunbar township high school faculty, gave three delightful readings, while Mrs. Roy W. Honsbergei rendered piano solos in a very pleasing manner Miss Margaret McFatridge. Mrs. D K.-Dilworth and Mrs. J. L. Proudnt were church. The Onward and F. 0. .\I. classes of the Sunday school will meet Friday n.ght in the church. Miss Carrie Jane Marietta gave a surprise party Saturday at her homo in Snyder street in honor of the birthday of her mother M rs. Wade H. Marietta. Twelve of Mrs. Marietta's friends attended. Dainty re- also guests. A daintily appointed j freshments were servo: luncheon was served. On account-of ' Red Cross work the club decided to hold no more meetings unt-.l fail. "William. A. Cheeseman wi 1 ! speak thfg evening at S o'clock in the chapel of the First Presbyterian church on Two stars have been added to the service liag of the First Presbyterian church "!u honor of Paul G. Wagoner and Joseph D. Hood. NOT1ELP HER But Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Saved Her from a Serious Operation. The Knit and Win Unit to the ] acw bomc ·· LETS WIN ONE FOR CONNELLSVILLE eminent, thai the Slavish iwople will tlo any ami overything to help America. We know what things u c i c like in the country we loft and we know j how nitferect they arc here. There I ' i s nothing \so won't do to kcoi our | ·The Power of Song." The lecture is ' Charleston Comforts Branch.^ of the j. A prc ii m llar y subscription, of being given under the auspices of the ; Navy Lea; " ""' ague will meet tonight at the|^ 500 w u b g^m"^ at Ohiopylo as a Mrs. James Connift in Eighth regult or tlle mei!l j ue w h i c u wus ho m home of '. street. Greenwood. On account of tfle lecture tonight the regular meeting of the V. A, Edic Bible class of the First Presbyterian church has been postponed to next week. The Rt. Rev. Cortlandt Whitehcad, Christian Endeavor society, and a rare treat is in store for all who attend. Athens Temple No. 80, Prrtian Sisters, will meet tomorrow nigl't in Odd Fellows' hall, at which time a handsome crocheted door panel donated to the lodge by Mrs. A. J. Stoll, will be sold for the benefit of the temple. Mr. and Mrs. Edward -Myers and baby Martha Louise of Adelaide, were [ . . . - guests of Mrs. Myers' parents. Mr. and I the local congregation of -he Trinity which was organized at the meeting Mrs. Christ Kleabish of So'ith Con-1 Episcopal church Tuesday evening, j expressed confidence of an over-sub- m the Baptist church yesterday after- noou.- Bela B. Smith, Benton Bo ! i and George S. Connell represented! the Connc'lsville district Liberty Loan ' committee. The original subscription amounted to ?6,9GO. Jt was quickly increased to $7,000, and then again to $7,500. The apportionment for Ohionyle bishop of the Pittsburg diocese ot the jborough and Stewart township is $35.- Episcopal church,_ will pay i visit to [opO, and the executive committee nellsville yesterday. Yesteiday was ' April 23. On Sunday he will preach tho first wedding anniversary of Mr. in St. John's of the Wilderness^ and Mrs. Myers and in honnr of tho [ church at Duubar. occasion a family supper was held at -the Kleabish home. Mrs. Charles Vanstone oC Wine -- street. South. ConneilsviUe, will en- The United-for-Service Unit to the i tertain at a chain party for the bene- Charleston Comforts Branci of the j at of Trinity Episcopal church build- Navy League met Saturday night at ing fund Tuesday evening at her the home of Miss Martha Bi.bbage in j jj 0 me. Southf Eighth street, Green«viod. The, -- ' evening was spent at knitting for the Shiloh Lodge No. 103, Ladies' aux- saJJors. iliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Thursday after- A sum- o about 5T5 was realized from noon at 2 o'clock in Odd Fellows' tem- Brooklyn, N. Y.--"I snfTered something dreadful from a displacement and two very bad attacks of inflammation. My d o c t o r said be conJd d o nothing more f o r me and I w o u i d have to go to the hospital for an o p e r at i o n, but L y d i a E. Pink- h a m ' s - "Vegetable Compound a n d S a n a t i v e Wash have entirely cured me of my troubles and I am now in good health. I am yon should use my testimonial and hope to benefit other suffering women by so doing."--Mrs. F.- PLATT, 9 Woodbine St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Operations upon wojmen in our hospitals are constantly on the increase, cut before submitting to an operation for ailments peculiar to their sex every woman owes it to herself to prfve that famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetableComppund, a trial. If complications exist write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice. scription. M. H. Hosteller was appointed chairman of the meeting and j was subsequently elected permanent chairman ol the Liberty Loan committee, with J 1 . E. Bnrdette as secretary. Other members of the executive committee are D. J. Potter. Cyrus Show. I. F. "Woodmancy, E. S, Jackson, F. M. Rush, I. K. Collins. T. D. Gardner, R. C. Holt, Charles Holt, C. C. Tissue, D S. Mitchell, John Harbaugh, R. V. Ritenour and W. R. Jones. A large number of women met Saturday afternoon at the women's Lib- ple. South Pittsburg street. It is a i erty Loan headquarters in room No. special meeting and all members are \ 413 Title Trust building, and us- urged to attend. cussed plans for the Liberty Loan drive. Mrs. W. 0. Schoonover presided. In he absence of Mrs. S. R. PERSONAL.. The condition oE Mary Belle Doyle, FOR SKIN ERUPTIONS Nothing heals and clean the akin of infanta and children like Sykes Comfort Powder which contains harmless antiseplic healing ingredients not found in any other powder, 25c at the Vino! and other drug store* The Comfort Powder Co., Boston, Maas. 50,0j)0 MORE MEN ARE ADDED TO NEXT DRAFT TO BE CALLED IN MAY Goldsmith, who was summoned to "The Land of Promise," an entertainment presented recently by the First Baptist Sunday school for the benefit of the fuad pledged by the Sunday school towards the church, fund. The Young Ladies Mission Guild ot the Trinity Reformed- church will j Mary Doyle, who is critically ill at Carl S. Horner, Mrs. J. Raymond Mes- j meet Wednesday evening at the home I ner bo-me in East park, with pneu- trezat will have charge of the wom- of Mrs. Ross Miller In South Arch j monl a, is elighUy improved. The en'=, campaign. The meeting was an street Preparatory services, will be cn ii,j ls resting easier today. enthusiastic one and every woman Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gaidner and present displayed great interest Continued from Pacr* One, does not Jtnow wliere Duggan is located. Ho is not sure how long he wjU be stationed in England. three years old, daugnter of -Mrs. ( NPW York by illness or her sister, Mrs. DBJLFTEES VOLUSTllETl Tni:IK SERVICES. Ajnag those who have voldnteered to leave in the next draft quota, from Brownsville on April 30 are Walter James Line of Perryopolis; S'.mon F. Murphy, Charles Morris and George Gilbert Rash, all of Slur Junction. conducted Friday evening by Rev. A. J. Heller of Greensburg. a former pastor of the local church. Confirmation f yesterday and were guests and communion services will be held j ^^^y Ford of Greenwood. . . children motored from. Uniontown the canvpaijrn. The women will not Sunday, April 21. Rev. James M. I Tho best place lo snop after all Mullen, superintendent of Borne Mis- j Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. sion department ot East Baltimore, i j^^ Crowloy and family haie ·will be in charge. ' The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Order of Railroad Conductors wir meet on 'Wednesday afternoon in Odd Fellows' hall. On account of evangelistic meetings ·which are being held in ihe First Methodist Episcopal church the meeting of the N. C. D. class has been postponed. Mrs. John "Wilder will ghe a chain party for the benefit of tho building i w. R. Clasper, of Green street, es- of Mrs. I conduct a house to house campaign, hut \»ill cooperate with the men. Every bond secured by the men during the drive will go through the ^ women's Liberty Loan headquarter?. moved from Eighth street. Greenwood, i There they will bo taken care of and to Greensburg, where Mr. Crowley' turned into whatever bank is desig- has been employed for some time past. ] nated on thu application. The condition of Miss Jean Had-j Liberty Bond literature was passed dock, who has been seriously ill at j among the women, who will make a her home in Crawford avenue. West Side, is improved. You need that new- suit more than I special cffor: to sell as many bonds as possible Housewives are urged to interest their maids in Liberty Emr.utn O'Coy.voR OTEK J'OSTC.UIO HOttE SATS Edward O'Connor, who is with the 19th Engineers, has arr.ved safely "Over There," according to a postcard received this morning- by tis par_ ents, -Mr. and Airs. Frank O'Connor o! East Crawford avenue. need the few dollars I may make oa Bonds. Tho easy terms of payments it! Order now! Dave Cohen, Tailor. --Adv. Mr. and Mrs. G. Clasper and children of Palmer, were guests of Mr. Claspcr's parents. Mr. and Mrs. fund oC the Trinity Episcopal church } terday. Wednesday afternoon at he/ home in South Conn-ellsvilla from 2 to 5 o'clock. The flours are The Woman's Guild of tie Trinity Episcopal church will mee' Wednes- on that roof, conductor or spouting, day nigit at the home of Mrs. Edna , see Ff T] Evans Estate.--Adv. Johnston Brendel in South Pittsiurg j Mrs a B Cran o£ North PlU5DUrg street. A meeting of the ladies o.' the Baptist church and of the Fiist Methodist Dpiscopal church will be held made by th'i different banks makes it possible for virtually everyone to b u j a bond. The Women's Liberty Loan headquarters during the campaign will bo open every afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock and in the evening from 7 to S o'clock. Mrs. John I'. Tori erica is in charge this afternoon. Mrs. R. S. McKcc will preside this evening. Women of the Trinity Episcopal church ami the United Pvesbyte-iar. church win serve dinner tomorrow at thn Mubunic temple to the captains and their teams. The committees arc l a s follows: Trinity Episcopal--Mrs. F. R. Graham, chairman; Mrs. Mary Mrs. J. H. Bowman is spcnrling the ! Mirmis ' Mrs - R - w - Ms'"-", Mrs - T - " Lewis Robbins, who has been ill of pneumonia at nib home in Eighth street. Greenwood, is able to be about in his room. For tie beit and cheapest repairs street, is visiting friends'In Pittsburg ti HEALTH IS V I S h , ALBKRT ROSK WRITES In a .otter to his pirenta. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Rose, Albert Rose, who is somewhere in France writes that his health could not be better. Young Rose is working hard, retires at S o'clock every night and ansos at 5 in the morning, according to ins letter. 1'RIVATK ILUil'BR HOWE KOK MOTHER'S KORRAL Colonel R. Harper, a private at Camp Lee. Petersburg. Va., was summoned hoir-e by the death of his mothc 1 ', Mrs. Swayne Harper. day in Pittsburg. Miss Margaret King, chief opera- Kmcaid, -Mrs. Pau! Gerke. Mis. John Wilder und Mrs. Herbert Pratt. Unit- ' WILL ROGERS HAS RKrntSET) TO CAVP William Rogers, a member of tho 110th Regiment Hospital corps, has returned to Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va., after spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers ot East Crawford avenue. 10% Off on all Coats, Suits, Dresses and Skirts, and the season hasn't really started. Do you realize what this means to you in the heart of the season with merchandise as high as it is. Any $22.50 Suit, Coat, Dress, Anniversary Sale Price $20.25 Any $25.00 Suit, Coat, Dress, Anniversary Sale Price $22.50 Any ?27.50 Suit, Coat, Dress Anniversary Sale Price $24.75 Any $30.00 Suit, Coat, Dress, Anniversary Sale Price $27.00 Any ?35.00 Suit, Coat, Dress, Anniversary Sale Price $31.50 Any $37.50 Suit, Coat, Dress, Anniversary Sale Price $33.75 Any J40.00 Suit, Coat, Dress, Anniversary Sale Price $36.00 Any $42.50 Suit, Coat, Dress, Anniversary Sale Price $38.25 Any $45.00 Suit, Coat, Dress, Anniversary Sale Price $40.50 Any $-17.50 Suit, Coat, Dress, Anaivei'sary Sale Price $42.75 Any $50.00 Suit, Coat, Dress, Anniversary Sale Price $45.00 "THE STORE AH K AD." TKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE! to 133 N PITTSBURG St.j CONNELLSVILLE^ BCTTEBICK PATTERNS. BRAKEMAN KILLED Jlichael JliiHin ,IiIte(l Prom Freight Car at (jreenaburir. Jrichael Martin Hemrotk of Youngwood, a brakoman on the Pennsylvania railroad, was killed Saturday afternoon in the yards near Greens- j bnrpr when he was jolted oft the top I of a box car. ile was thrown under the cars and instantly killed. Hemrock in 18 years old. Both of 1m parents are drad. Funeral scr- j vices will be iieid tomoirow morning t from the Catholic church at Young- i wood, \vith interment in the Mount [ Pleasant cemetery. i DM GAVI THIS DM And lie \JiOt Well and OtTOng, ' That's j ness of pneumonia. The body wa: j brought to Funeral Director J. L Stader's parlors on Saturday. Notki of funeral later. The deceased -wa; born in Italy. He is married and i survived by a brother in this country. MRS. M. PRICE. T.Irs, if. Price. 54 years old, colored j died Saturday night at the home of I her son, Thomas Price. The funeral ' w i l l be Tuesday at 1:30 o'clock at j tie home and at 2:30 at the Second i Baptist church, Dunbar, with Rev. C. ' M. Gregory officiating. Interment/*!!: | be in Ml. Auburn cemetery. tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock in tor ol - ,jj fi Be n B telephone exchange, i 0!l Presbyterian--Mrs. W. H. Francis, the latter church, to mak arranger | is alllc [,, he o u l asam a f t c r a period j chairman; Mrs. George Holcorab, | ments for the luncheon to be serv* O r ,Hne5s. She has not yet returned ' : ' rrs - Av - D - Long, Mrs. J. H. Cyphers j tho Liberty Ixaa workers Thuisday. lo ^-.ty " I and Mrs. S. B. Dobbie. Women from j WOULD SERVE ITS PURPOSE The weekly mc-eting^of the Business "Women's ChrtstisJi association will be held Thursday night in Odd Fellows' temple. South Pittsburg su-eet. The Ladies' Bible class of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o'clnck at the home oC -Mrs. Amos Halfh.ll in Cottage avenue. The monthly business meeting o: the officers and teachers of the Sunday school will be held Wednesday evening at the close of the regular prayer services. The Ladies' Aid society will meet Friday evenras at 7.30 o'clock at the homo of Mrs. Wilbur Nelson in Will's road. Mrs. Mrs HenT Ottenburg. Mrs. Joseph MachulJia and Mra. Harry Murray, Scoltdale; T. P. Ruane, Fairchanco, and Miss Edna Snyder, Greensburg, were guests Sunday of .Mi- and Mrs. O. H. Trump of Reidmore. LOAN CAMPAIGN I CONNELLLSVILLE IS . NOW UNDER WAY Nelson will be assisted bj members, canvass W( , re appoint , (1 ' n is of her Sunday school cja*-=. who wjJJ laln good resu[ts , vl;1 con;e fro; Continued Irom Fice One. i elected and committees '.o conduct a H is cer- render a patriotic program The West Side Needle-workers will mountain district In addition to the Mill Run meeting al which all the local men were the following churches will serve remainder of the vvpek: Wednesday, First Presbyterian; Thursday, First Methodist Episcopal and -First Baptist; Friday, Immaculate Conception church. Paint to Indicate Heat In Bearings. A paint that IB a bright rsd in color at ordinary temperatures turns black when the temperature riaea to 120 degrees Fahrenheit or thereabouts, and then resumes its red color when cool again has been recently introduced. This paiut is especially suitable, for instance, aa a coating for bearings, aa it will show that a bearing is commencing to hent before there is danger of damage resulting The color changes are said to be unmistakable, the paint is unaffected by lubricating oils and Is also free from akalies or acids.--Popular Mechanics. meet Thursday' evening at the home , p! . elienli two ^on,,^ , vero jj 0ld al o£ Mrs. Harry Decker in N.nth street,, Norrna i v ,i lc in th6 morning by J. L. Greenwood. _ _ _ _ _ _ . --j Evans and.K. T. Norton and one-at the 2iou church. Robert Norris, F. E. Mrs. Joseph Hild will entertain tho Y ounkm and J. E Angle spoke at two 0. X. T. club Thursday afternoon at n , eetmgs at Indian JIcad w h l l e F B her home in "Woodlawu av t nue. Mis. Harry Franks will entertain the Busy Twelve club Friday evening, April 26, at her home in Crawiord avenue, West Side. i Wright and A. C Stickel explained the loan to two gatherings at Mill Ran. J. L. Stader, AT. Dereneiii and Fred .Eristfse, who addressed meetings of the Slavish people of the coke region, held in the Sluush hall. West Side, . . The King's Daughters of the Tnn- , !md Puohrel , s h n l l at Lelsemiagi ity Lutheran chinch will meet to- revived with every courtesy and sreat morrow night at the home of Mrs. E. \ ent i, u siasm. Subscriptions to the B. Guie at Dunbar. Those who expect amount o , 52 . soo woro b 0 c u r M f r o m ' h e | f l v e of the sllTish organizations, And ^^ announcement made that the members will corae'into the" city dur- 7.3y o'clock street car. The Woman's Missionary society of the Methodist Protestant church will C ASTORIA For Infaats and Children In Use For Over 30 Years 1\ reck at Coalhrook. A freight wreck, m which no one was injured, occurred Saturday night on the Pennsylvania railroad at Coalbrook, when a number of cars left the track. Tho wreckage was not cleared away .until after midnight. Tho Annual 3rectuiff. annual congregational meeting of the First Presbyterian church at Dawson, will be held Thursday evening at 6 o'clock in the Cochran banquet'hall. ing the week to make individual subscription. At pne of the.meeting;, a robust, muscular, fine looking Slav made an · address that called forth most vigorous applaus. ! "When I came to this country Ifvas ' barefooted, just like many other of my countrvmeu who camp with'me," said he. directing his remarks to the visiting committee. "We have found good homes in America and I. want Fcm' to know, acd to tell your sqv-| Vanderbm Clnb. The Vanderbilt Fancy.irori club wili he entertained Wednesday by Mrs. J. C. Moore at her home at Vanderbilt. ·VO ADVANCE JOS PRICE PNEUMONIA 5, Firatcallaphyaician. Then, begin hot" applications of -- -- 50c-- $1,00 Thoughtful Young Wife Had Reason for Economy In Buying Hubby'n Birthday Present. An elderly mUHonaJre, vcbo had married a beautiful young woman, was presented on his birthday with a very handsome watch chain by her. He was delighted with the gift and beamed upon hie charming young wtte. "It la perfect," he agreed, "so massive, yet in excenent taste." "I felt sure you would like it," she replied, "and It was eo inexpensive, too. I only paid twelve dollars lor it." "Only twelve dollars!" replied the millionaire in surprisu, "Twelve dollars for this solid gold phain?'* "Oh, of course, it isn't solid gold, dear," sho replied, "you could never get solid gold lor that price. It la gold filled." The husband stroked his chin reflectively aa ho inquired: "Why this sud- don streak of economy? Don't you think I can afford a solid gold chain?" "To be sure you can," she assented, "out this one ia guaranteed for ten years, and--and--" "Well?" Impatiently Interrupted the millionaire. "Well, dear," she continued, with" a slight heightening ot color, "as that IB aa long as you aro likely to live, I thought It -would be foolish, extravagance to pay more." Cowo aa a Money Standard, The Chewsures, a race of 7,000 people, In Tiais, southern Russia, know nothing of the use of money aa a medium of exchange. The unit of value among these primltve people ts the cow. A horse IB valued at three cows and a stallion at six. If n Chews-are becomes enraged and cracks his neighbor's · skull, he is obliged to pay 18 cows. If he breaks a bone 1n his friend'o arm or leg, Qve cows Trill rehabilitate him In the eyeo of society, while a wound In tho forehead calls for three cowa. ' It will be thus seen that a CheTnrure gentleman with plenty of cows can have all the fun he wants in fighting. FARMJIACTORS To He -UsiRiied to 11 Weskrn I'oun- ti*s frv Sfjito .Agricultural Ucpi. The Department o£ Agriculture has a^s'pned tc:i of the tractors purchased by the state to the use o! farmers in 31 tvo.scejn coiirtv.es, including Washington and Greene, with Westmore- laud and Payettc lo be addod if the Monaea, Pa.--"My littla boy, -who is the youngest of three, was weak, nervous and tired all the time, so he ·was most unfit at school, and nothing Deemed, to help him. I learned of Vinol and gave it to him. It has restored his health and strength and he has gained in weight."--Mrs. 2?redcrick Sommers, Monaca, Pa. Vinol is a constitutional cod liver and iron remedy for delicate, weak, ailing 1 children. Formula on every bottle, so you know what you are giv- I ing them. Children love it* demands warrant or the farm agents n La ? s 5 r ?, D TM*,^U Conn ° n5vi]!c ' , - ' I David C . baKon, Dunbar, and a t tlio so ajj-visc. best drug store m every town and The next group oC counties selector! w i l l include Somerset. be TROUT SEASON OPENS So Rtibh to .Mountains Jlowior; Streams Axe SivoUcn. The trout season opened officially today, April 15, but the usual flock of sportsmen did not make a rush for the mountains The late snows have caused, the streams to rise, and tlie trout streams are filling the banks. There is still much snow in the mountains and it is not likely that any good fisrms will be available for at least a week. city in the country MRS. ELIJAH TRACT. .Vrs. Elijah Twcy, 67 years old, died Saturday night at 1)cr home at New Salem folowing an illness ol complication of diseases. MRS. BETSY NEtDLEY. funeral tenices for Mrs. Betsy Medley were held this afternoon from ihc Free Methodist church at Fair- c-bance. Interment was made a; Smiihfield. MRS. EVA BURD GABLER, 'i -Mrs. Uva Burd Gabler, wife o: i Frank Gabler, died yesterday morning at her home m Brownsville. JOSEPH C. YATV. ! Joseph G. Yaw, 75 years old, one of j I the be^ known residents of the SVc^t j Side, died Saturday afternoon at 1.30 i o'clock, at the home of his nephew, W. j H. Yaw, m North Eighth street, f o l - ' lowmg a week's illuess of pneumonia. ! Funeral services were held this af- ! ternoon from the Yaw homo, with | CHANGES AT MARKLETON ENTIRE SCHOOL ENROLLED Air South Side Pupils in the Junior Jted Cross. A 100 per cent enrollment in the Junior Red Cross of the South Side school students has been reported. The South Side building is the first of the city school to gain a complete enrollment in tho Red Cross. Last week a 70 per cent enrollment over teh entire city was reported. Special Dance at Jacques. Monday night. Kiferle's orchestra. -Adv.--13-2t Made a Lieutenant. Joseph Kantner of Somerset, who is compelling an officers' training course will, the 305th Engineers, stationed at Camp Lee, etersburg, Va.. writes his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kantner of Somerset, that he has been commissioned a second lieutenant- Bright eyes, clear complexion, vim, vigor and force, all indicate perfect health; without it you are handicapped :n the race of life. Take Hoi- lister's Rocky Mountain Tea each week and keep up with the live ones. S5c. Tea or Tablets. CoanellsYlUe Drug Co.--Adv. Rev. J. L. Proudflt, pastor of the First Presbyterian church officiating. Jn- termen-. was made at Laurel Hill. Mr. Yaw had spent virtually all his life -n this community and is the last of his family. Mr. Yaw reas clerk in tho hardware store of W. C. Wistol in Crawford avenue, West Side, being employed for 12 years. He entered as a clerk when Charles Work conducted tie business. MRS. SWAYNE HARPER. Rev. J. L. Proudflt, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiated at the funeral of Mrs. Swajne Harper held yesterday afternoon from the family residence in North Third street. Wast Side. The services were attended by many relatives and friends of the deceased. Jesse, Joseph, Clinton, Harry, Curtis and William Harper served as pallbearers. Interment at Flatwoods". GEORGE H. BROWN . Georse H. Brown, 4] years old, died yesterday afternoon at his home m Unlontown, following a short illness of pneumonia. BEN. BARADO. Ben Barado, 41 years old, died Friday neir New Salein, following an ill- I'nhlic Roads in Vicinity of Hospital to Be Made Safe. Extensive improvements are lo ibc made in the neighborhood of Markie- 1011 sanitarium m order that soldiers lieing brought there by the govern- m e n t for treatment may be handled with convenience and dispatch. It is said ihat a railroad siding, for lie exclusive use of the hospital, will ue constructed. It is also reported that public roads leading to and into Markleton will be Improved for a «on-' wdorable distance north and south out from town, in order to assume the maximum, of safety to auto-truck lines of communication with which the government contemplates to supplement the railroad service. .Justice Tatter Dies. PHILADELPHIA, April 15.--Associate Justice William P. Potter, of the Pennsylvania supreme court, died suddenly at his home in Swarthroore at 7:30 A. M. yesterday from heart troubic. HP was in his 6Ht year. Visit-, Hiph School. L A. Marsh, supervising principal of the Scottdale schools, was a visitor at the high school here today. Gray Hair * iramUinifor mining mtiird «,l«n^ri7o» £i%rtt!£?j£vi£$3

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