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April 17, 1918

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ec:.hill, it was'-yoted -to'^uhscrlbe ;COtrRIER, COl^ELLSVILLE, PA. ·WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1918. : '·--'-t-- r has Ve"nt"itr"tte.J(tiiii.eine_office Port Huron, "Mich_.|51"jbji,3«tr4: ' ' ~ ' -money for .'this " tuiJt^i!- BtUl-Velng.'coadocted. ·'.' There -Kiras^'-on« '; new "menxDerr-' initiated, and ;Utt««:;»pplicai!ois" for '.'membership. ' '-Brown, - o f "Confluence, was a "The^knitting club will meet ar night, April 35th, at the ;home of Mrs! Eleanor Ashe in McCor- itnick avenue. The ;club has already has been confined to his-, apartments Bnnbar.I ing to -Miss Bcrl ha Nemon. Hev;-"-'J.-L. Proiidet,:-pastor,of 'the First Presbyterian church, -)fflciated at tfie ^wedding of Miss Bertha. Neinon', daa'jfkter.qf Mr .'and Mrs. Charles Ne- moni^of Dunbar, and Lieutenant Sam- uel,Iciarke Dowds, son of Mrs. Isa r belle ,iowds, of Dunbar, quietly s_ol T the following .knitted articles to | omnizea:. Jast evening at 8.30 o'clock -young men, relatives of members, who ?MB in military service: Two sweat- ;»rs. one pair of wristlets, four pairs -oif socks and one fielmet. the: -im.mediate members'--of the ·"- -VamfiieJ-witnessed the ceremony. Invitations have 'been issued for a:}SjieJwqre.-.ner traveling suit of navy " : dacce at the Colonial Inn ' ;ev'ening, April 19, lor the benefit jthe Navy League. The committee fit .-pigHEdecorations. . : charge is composed of Ruth L. ClaiQ . i s a talented musician ^chairman; · Kaiharyn Curnell, treKjjrjn'srnsTpopular among ier wide cir- iiurer; Dorothy Collins, secretary, and;- 'Xuella Penrod. The hours ...willrbe.: ^trom 7^0 to 11.30. ,.~- "meeting of,~-1h'e-Pris- SleCoCTiiends. She was graduated in m'uaio^/rom "]Beaver_college and later "comptWted~a^^cSiFse"''in the. -Fletcher Mugie;;Meth(xl- at--Bbston^ ^lass. Lieu. oen; · -April~49,th,. · at-.-the, home of-^£rs~:V,^!Ham'"fieairs at Pop" 1 - - ' - entlrely to's.ewing-for. the Red 'JCross,jttiit it'is Tir'ged"that--aJl mem- BersUs well ai'ottoer women interest- 'e3 in. the -work, attend; As extra sewing is to be done, the meeting is one of importance, and in order to complete the work as many women as possible are asked to lend their assistance. On. account of the Liberty Loan parade and speaking tomorrow afternoon the meeting of the Martha Norton Bible class of the Christian church at the home,of Mrs. J. Melvin Grey ...-lia^ ·tteea postponed · -until Thursday of next week. ~ * r A chain party IB the interest of the building fund of Trinity Episcopal "^churcli waa-held. Just evening-at-the" · htAtfe-'of· -Jttrs-t '-TJarrr Vanstone- of in tne..home of the bride. . The. ring service-^was used. The bride * and bridegroom were unattended and only two The " and a black picture s rand roses "formed the physician of Dunbar, having a wide practice~in '.that- 'community. He -ret ccntly received'his commission'In'the 'Officers' Medical Reserve crps. F.ol= lowing the ceremony First-Lieutenant Dowds and tiis ,|ride let t for Ho- bokcn, 1C. J. . Sirs. Dowds will remain there with her husband' until he lea'ves for overseas. On her return she will re-open her music studio in the First National, bank buHding, of this city. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Nemon of Creenr Wood, w.ere" tfut S6f town jguests at";the wedding.- ; '.; -. " J .' TO ALL STOMACH SUFFERERS South CbnnellsviLle. The evening was devoted to knitting. launch was served. Ten persons were present.; The regular mealing o'f the Business Women's' Christian v . association -will be-held'tomorrow night in O'dti Fellow*' temple, South Pittsburs ll '-business--w.orii«n «re-in- " · · A dinner 'dance will day night at the Uniontown Country club. The hoars are from 8.30 to 12 o'clock. Mrs. John "Wilder is hostess at a chain party, this afternoon at her. bom* in Sooth .ConaellsnrfUe for the benefit church. of ·· · the Trinity Episcopal Misses Agnes Flynn, Elizabeth nynn, Mabel Freeman, Helen Freeman, Prance*."'r. Strawn,. Katharine · gtrawn. Edna. SpecJmai, Blanche Penn and Ruth McGuigan attended a dance ^iTett Moaday^night m-Uniontown.,by £ the-'Sianlird '"club.""-" -_-Th«-iW«man'a'Guiid of tie 'Trinity "' Episcopal church' will-'ineet tonight at iUte home of Mrs. Edna Johnston Brendel in South Pittsburg street. Bpiscopal "War' "Council,.""with 'head- The Women's Bible class of the quarters in Washington. rMelliodlst Episcopal church "will meet : '" ' r '""- J . Thnrsday of next week Instead of to. "on account.'.idf ' Loan parade. PERSONAL. Mrs, J- P. Brennen of Scottdale was in:towtt^Ms_morn.iBg on-ier'way to Mwersoale to visit her parents, "Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shannon. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Brennen returned home from a delightful, trip to Charlotte, N. C.. and Atlantic City. Th« liest place to shop after all- Browne 11 Shoe Co.--Adr. Miss Jessie Rhodes of the TTest Side spent yesterday In Pittsborg. K«v. Fattier Henry D»Vivo of ' the West Side is in Pittsburg today on business. . _ - : · ; - » _ . oter the coke rcgiojr-w7aVin'g;clojUjes_ mad« here! Why not Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. Mrs. James R. Addis I use this means .to reach- all those who have been suffering with stomach trouble;. : I have been cured and I want, to give you. the benefit of my experience; I suffered with stomach troubles lor seven years; during that time I-doctored "with.some of .theibest stomach specialties, ' tried Christian Science, physical culture, a hundred odd family remedies, .'all the patent medicines, I saw- 'advertised to cure indigestion, and took everything 'anybody would suggest, but with uo relief. ,At last I-round a cure; the .first dose gave me instant relief; I could hardly believe it. would continue to give-ine relief, but it'Jias' now been two years sauce I have been cured of stomach trouble;-all my friends who have-- used · the' medicihe-'have been cured; if you have had my experience or know of any of your friends who are suffering, write me, inclosing stamped envelope and I will tell you how to get this medicine; this is no patent medicine advertisement, but is the: onjy.way I can reach those who want to be relieved of the terrible stomach mteery.. F. D-, 225 N. Craig St., Mttsbupg, Penna---Adv. LOCAL MINISTER HONORED Ber. G. L. C. Rlcnafdaon, Chairman of ST. E. War Work Team. 'Rer. G; L; C. Richardson, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church, .ivas called to Pitlsfburg ."on Monday asi .a member of the War Tea'ru 'for 'the Xrc- Keesport district This committee is to act in harmony with the-Methodist The committee choss Rev. Richardson as chairman of the War Team. . It is ;« part of the''dutieS' of--the team to Arrange for district rallies and to r heipj.the government in ,BJiy way possible to prosecute the war to a successful finish. The war council will.begin a.drove on May 13 Cor 51,009,00 to" help in the-prosecution of its work. PREVEffTS WORSE WRECK Dnlw Xan JHseoren Broken Xrnek tmi Warns Freight Crew... , Ivan Frost ; prevented a serious pileup of freight cars on the Baltimore OhTo railroad at- Dunbar yesterda"y when he noticed a broken truck, with the wheels off_.the_;ta:ack; *jj e raced .to..ihe..cab(5)sc -and shouted to tha members jrf-the crew. .Before .the.train could be brought to in-law, Mrs. JZarmoiidJcaaJKrBave turned home . trom .Phitedelphisr where of the former's Sangh't'er; Tliss" Addi«, from the nurses'-trainjng schbol. in gt _t^e n _P^e«b7teriaii--jh06pital.-. Miss '·Addis accompanied'them home* for~a" much needed rest Go to the Yough House Restaurant, for^your Wednesday sup and waffles." Jlrs. C. J. For Annual Concert 'of the ConneHs- _ _ vlsittag her pareii's'.'Mr. aid MfsVc. M. t,yslnger'of .Ejst-Apple street. ^ jflle JUUtaiy:B«Bd. The sale of reserved seats for the annual concert of the Connellsvjlle ) Military band in the high school au" " night; April-22, ' -" ^-' ~ : 9 PERRY AND FRANKLIN TO JOINTLY CELEBRATE . HISTORIC APML 19TH cV.Xmicli. .;-es;aiid-Vodilii--N; Carr Speakers »i--» --iixerclscs to Be Held" FrlOav. -"' April 19, a-date signailzed.by! many --ne«ioui' : eveats':'iin : ."' 1 -'--' JL '~ "·' ·-' '· ' Minute ilen flayed "the Brit-" iih. Redcoats at LeBiigtonT -followed by till~l)e' -helttr'St^feerrj'dpolft' a'ttd" Slat'. Juicl|j)n"4Tr:4S P. JI. Friday to coni- 'meroorate these events and to inspire patriotism in the present day. '-. At Star'Junction tho exercises will include the dedication of a service Oag- to the' SO or more employes of tie Washington Coal -Coke coni- panr who are at the front, R. C. Beerbower will be the chairman. ·. At 'r.erryopolls the Perry township ;high school's .service flag will be dedicated... Profeasor S. . S. Townsend, priftcipalof the.Monesson.high school ah'd lacmber ot'the alumni,.will deliver this' address;' J." Bnc.Il" Snyder will be the Perryo-polis chairman. . At both the gatherings-Lieutenant W. 3. McKenzie, of-the Canadian. Engineers, and Wooda N. Cariro'f Uniontown, will deliver- addVesses.. Lieutenant iI.cICen.zie-volunteered for-foreign service August 10, -1914. He was assigned ,£o the ,,3rti Field: Company, Canadian. Engineers, as : a sapper, when the'first Canadian, division was organiz"ed-.a.t'JVaIcartier Cainp". He arrived' in ^England - October 14 61' the same year, and iu-F-rance in" February, 1 1915. After a year's- service he re^- -ceived his coEpmJssion as Henlenant, serving continuously until wounded near -Lens, June 27, 1917. . '··_ th clever dancing .that Tijajled^.rgrr; several encores. Harry.- .r^-iii--'-,p scored in'Ws song, "The Vpmeh Are Making a 'Wild; HAS ITS mm DOWNS B«t Altogether Army life Is Sot Bis- agreeable, Stiles Says. _ Interesting experiences of Charles G. Stiles, Jr., of the West Side,-who is with the 489th; -A. 5 squadron in Francr,'. are related .in. letters: to his mother, Jtrs. Charles G. Stiles of Second street, West Side. Ho says in part: ' · "Several letters received from you within the last three weeks and during all this time I have not written to anyone as we:hav.e been moving and when not moving'I'have been kept very busy at my work. My squadron has · been-changed all-around. We have taken up a " different" line of ELKSMINSTRES ARE GREETED BY TM£AFACaTY mm "Some Baby's :K:: jjfPBEB , r-- . . . . MRS,.. .AMANDA. J. LYONS.... .".-rFoldwlng a week's, illness ot heart trouble,-'-Mrs:.'Amanda 'J.'. Lyons, 60 years' old, : 'a" well -known resident of Bulls-kin township, died -yesterday at ·'her · home near - the · .Giimore school house: ;·: Puaeral -from the house to- .morrow afternoon at. 1.30 o'clock and atv'2 "o'clock from the' Union- church l Be Jealous;?!: -Davis. " :·;'- ..Eagtime","seJfct5ons were given py Man' -off.Me.'? He; got much original axpressiou.jnto the song. . Doc But-; tennore completed th-e ragtime aelec- "Alexander's Back from ' tions with. 1 Dixie." '.-, · In the grand finale "Baby's Prayer 1 , 1 was sungvby the entire company,..and; a curtain} in tie rear of tee stage !was drawn' back showing little Miss PranV ces Louise Means; kneeling at a bed;, as in-tie act of making a prayer. " ·'··. In'.tlje olio numbers some good acts were-staged, tho juggling of K'.ng-Tcp masQO, the "Old Tyane Gun Juggler," being' especially good. Between the juggling and the rrtuslcal selections of Charles Barlow, the second part of the program was highly successful. Bar; -low kept the audience in an uproar with his line of talk and was applaud^, ed for several musical selections ·flayed on "impossible" instruments. -'- Miss Rene Soisson appeared as ""A Study fa Black." and was exceedingly clever' Ln ."her unique costume -and dancing:;: : Se:.responded to several .encores.";TMc': Huston did excellently Iw'fii tils 'string.of dances. - William-L. Rainsey; 14'years old,.a son of' the Inte Samuel Ramsey, ami Mrs. Margaret Ramsey of- Faircbance, died : yesterday afternoon- at 'the fam- i'i T i s ^ nce . ol 'Pneumonia. . ·In a sketch,-'?Thc Book Agent," Doc.. Butterrnore as tho agent, with Doc Bus'ton 'as "Dancing Sam," and Al Hanrpton as--''Mrs. Wise," the pro-' .gram was completed. JCiferie^s orchestra , turnistied -the music for the eatire performance. The musicians were "togged out" in purple and white uniforms. The boys' choir made a good apearance in their striking costumes, _ r : The decorations ?nd electrical ef- fecls.were. arranged by George F. Pritcoard-"', and." "-Harry Percy- Th« wings and all stage settings were'en- tirely while, with big bands of purple running through. A large purple and white electric light dome hung from' the center of the stage and there was a profusion ot purple and white chrysanth cmum s. A four-minute talk was given .by Rev, P. J. Brennan of Dunbar. He outlined the extreme necessity. for backing lip the federal government work but nevertheless we are in the j instead of criticizing, in a talk wMch' army and must do as we are told. This is not altogether disagreeable. Now and then we strike a decent job, but we are all hoping the war will .not ias't/prever.'though we cannot sec the end of it as yet. "Of-late I have been taking a bath once a week and getting' mucti better food.' I had been-working from 6 to 6 o'clock; -but now .we wqrtt'Only from 7 to 4. Army lite, like any other life, has its ups and downs. In another letter he says: "Wo baye just been issued the 'English uniform' for working suits and we are a bunch of comical looking sights. We have also-oeen given sweaters by the French Red Cross/ They are not worth even 4D cents. They fall apart when you put them on-" , was a direct appeal to Americans for real Americanism. The' play will be repeated at the Soisson tonight and from indications another full house will be played to. Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yaw and family wish to thank ail the friends who 50 j kindly lent their assistance during, the sickness and death of their uncle,. Joseph C. Yaw, and' also wish- to thank those who contributed flowers. --Adv.-17apr-lt. SOLDIER TO WED License Issued to Sergeant Wlbert Still wagon and Dunlmr Girl. -Sergeant TiVllbert M.' Stlllwagon, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stillwagon of Edna and Park streets, and Miss Carrie Alice Vaughn of Dunbar, took out a marriage license in Dnibntown this morning. Sergeant Stillwagon arrived home last night from" Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., on a furlpugb. He will leave for camp on Saturday.'" WANT TEACHER BACK nock Offers Financial Indneo racut to XJs? Ida "Vftuik. So pleased were Uie patroos of the Breakneck school wfti. tie services of MiaB-7lda..5Vttuk as teacher during the term ending yesterday that she has been invited to return and the promise made that people ot the community will pay 110 a month in addition to the salary she receives from the district.' . .: .' ; ' . ; ' .. .". The last day ot the term was featured by a picnic. : ' · -Stove to TJniontoTfn. , · John- Fentpn- and family inoved-yes- terday trom* their "North "Pittsburg street home to Unioutown, ·w'here "Mr. Fenton has been located-since April 1st. - · -- Licensed at Grcensbnrg. Charles H. McLean of Jones .Mills, and Lonisa J. Beistel of Kregar, wero granted a license to wed in Greensburg.. ... -.· . - · - · '·· - - Red Cross Donation. The local Red Cross chapter ia in of 55, a_douatiqn__ from the welve Fajicywork. cjiib ot the will speak in the Interest of the Lib- "erty ioen. at' tte'Pbplar Grove school nouse on Thursday^-evening at ' 8 o'clock. A~~good"aftendaiice is eipect- 1 ed. The'men had Intended, holding the meetiag last Friday, ibut on accouat-of r "lthe' bad:-weather-it:was-called-off.'- ·'-.- · ville,'irho was accidentally'shot lion'-. ; day-night by -George · Sheering, ac- -icoffiang't'o.Cottaje'St^i'.'iiMpfti.I'.au- ' thoritlei.·"-'·. -' ':"''-~iS ^.-Vj:^;;^-^- Has Complete Enrollment. ...The .Third .was. school..has..reportea a 100 per cent enrollment in the Junior Red Cross. Try our classified adrertisements. Xot Much Improved. There is very .little improvement in the condition of little Mary Belle Doyie, who_ta critically ill at her home In East Park. inuch applause, ;as |', at Breakneck. -. Interment in'-'Mount live cemetery.' Deceased. · was a lugbter of Mr; -and- Mrs. George W; ;Breakiron, and . had -resided, in Bull- skin/township .for. a. number of years. In/-.addition" .to"her .husbano;. Elijah. -Lyons;'.she..'is/survived ',oy ..two sons, Charles andXErank Lyons, ol Con- nell3\iile,.'..aha-.--one 'daughter, Mrs. .. . Fannie Ferguson, of Davidson. WILLIAM- .L. KAMSEY. . .Paul R.. Sutton, 37 years old, son of: Mr::.ano.-Mrs;: Albert Sritton, of Pair^hance 1 , :died .yesterday, of pneu- ;monia"..... ';'...; . J " : · SERVICE ;ls" Intercstibg Feature .of Methodist '.'.". * Episcopal RovlVal. .."Hie revival meetings, at the Meth-. odist- Episcopal church are grooving in ·interest and power from, night to. ulght Dr. Daniel WesU'all is bringing -practical messages which are reach- -in£ the hearts of the people. The attendance last night svas larger than any. night, except Sunday. A very pleasing feature in last night's meeting was the calling, all the children of the congregation up to the front, , When they came, the evangelist j 'asked them to face the audience. HR then asfced every one in the house to ·come -up ; and u shake hands '"with the youngsters. The entire audience responded. When ail had shaken hands a, season oE prayer was observed, in which the children took part. At 7:40 -this evening there- will be a street meeting ai the junction of .Meadow lane and Crawford avenue. . Meetings will be held-.every night this week, except. Saturday, and all day next -Sunday. SCHWAB DIRECTOR fa Supreme Control of tlio Shipimilfl- ing 1'roirrttm oi Government, Charles 31. Schwab, president ot the Bethlehem Steel Corporation, lias been appoin ted df rector general of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, with unlimited power to put through the vast shipbuilding program. He wJ31 have complete supervision and direction of the work ot shipbuilding, Charles Piez, vice president and gen- e-raj manager, relinquishing the general managership to give iMr. Schwab ,a free hand. .Mr. Schwab is the fifth person, to "be placed in. charge of the shipping board's building operations. to Carpenters, Members of Cormellsville Local No. 321 of the U, B. of C. J., are asked, to meet tomorrow in front of Munson hall, at 2.30 o'clock, to participate in the Liberty Loan parade. A, K. Dumbauld. Secretary.--Adv.--17-lt, ·Read our advertisements. Following the sun witb Vision for a moment those far off ports beyond the trackless seas--from,:Arctic ice, to the torrid lands beneath the Southern Cross-From towns tucked in the mountains, to the busy river's mouth-^ WRiGlEYS Is there! fbererbecause men find comfort and refreshment in its continued use. Because of its benefits and because £ Firateallaphyiicimu ··-" .'Then baaalat Anniversary Sale SPECIALS Muslin Underwear Specials Chemise made of fine Muslin, embroidery trimmed, sizes 3G 10 ·44.' -.Mill -price today 70c. Anniversary Sale price 50c each. : Corset. Covers, made of fine .Muslin, embroidery and lace trimmed. -sizes 36 to 44. Mil! price today lOc. Anniversary Sale price 59c each. Drawers, made of fine quality muslin, embroidery and lace trimmed., all sizes. Mill- price today- 70c. Anniversary Sale price 59c each. '.. Gowns,. made of flue quality muslin, embroidery, trimmed, low neck and short sleeves, sizes 16 and 17. Mill Price today $1.25. Anniversary Sale price 8S)c each. Special No. 1 -- 10 doz. Ladles' "W^aisls, made in fine quality Voile, both plain and striped, sizes 36 to 46. MU1 price today 70c. . Aainiversary Sale price TiOc each, . fewelery, Hand Bags One lot of odd pieces of jewei- 3y, consisting of Combs, bar pins and other odd pieces, values up to 25c. Anniversary Sale price 8c each. 100 Ladies' Strap Back ana Bags, in patent leather, seal, and grain leather, silk lined, in all styles. Mil! price today 75c. Anniversary price 49c each. 1,000 yards of fancy Sash and hair' bow ribbon, 5% '° 6 indies wide, in all the wanted colors. Mil price today 27%c. Anniversary Sale price 22%c per yd. 1,000 yards of light and dark Percale. 36 inches wide, in stripes and checks, all last colors. Mill price today 25c. Anniversary Sale price 21c per yd. 3,000 yards of black and white Calico in stripes, checks and fancy figures, 27 inches wide, fast colors. Mill price today 16c. Anniversary Sale price 33 3 /£c per yd. 500 yards of Silkaleen in fancy floral patterns; colors, rose, copen, pink light blue, and tan, 36 inches wide, fast colors, Mill price today ]Sc. Anniversary Sale price 12*£c per yard. Our Waists Specials Special No. 2--10 doz. Ladies' Waists, made in fine quality Voile both plain and stripes high or low neck, sizes 36 to 46. Mill price today 75c. Anniversary Sale price 69c each. --Special No. 3--1 dozen Ladies' Waists, made in fine quality Voile, high or low neck, sizes 36 to 46. Mill price today ?i.ob. Anniversary Sale price 79c each. TKe H OME of QUALITY and SERVICE! 129 to 133 N PlTTSSURG Stj CONNELLSVILLtl . CHflamci UGHT OAK Oanter Pi»t U. S. Stand.rd Meisn" on Will you accept one of our Regular 25c Cans of Chi-Namel Varnish FREE, and test its easy s ^ £r application, beauty and brilliancy.- your Furniture, Floors and Woodwork. DEMONSTRATION On the dates given below a factory demonstrator will exhibit and apply these excpiistteiy colored, self leveling varnishes and enamels. Come in and see the magnificent effects produced at pin-money cost FRISBEE HARDWARE COMPANY, Connellsville, Pa. DEMONSTRATION APRIL 17-18. THIS COUPON , .,_ , NantelVarnishuponthepurchase of one new 15c brush (merely to insure a fair triaH durimrmir rat NAMEL DEMONSTRATION. (Dates Jv^ atove!) B ffi " ISaqjercanisde«ired,couponivul apply as aScagainstpuicbase pric Address _ Mornii\c3 "With Takes but a few moments;.. Softens and preserves leather. Makes shoes wear longer. 50 shines for a dime. SHimtA HOME SET! makes shining easy! . Genuine bristle dauber, large lamb's wool polisher. Ask Nearest Store BLACK-TAN-WHITE-BCD PATEONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPEE

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