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WEUiNKSDAY, JANUAUY 5, 1U3S. THE D A I L Y GUURltiR. CONNbiLLSVlLLE, PA. PAGE THREJS. Looking Backward News of the Past Con* dcnscd from tho Files of Tho Courier. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1887. The examinations .Jor mine boss certificates will be held here on Tuesday, January 10. The cold wave arrives, freezing the Yoush River. George Bonbright, formerly of Mount Pleasant, dies in Philadelphia where he was a merchant. P. S. Uewmyer purchases the Amos Hutton property adjoining the Methodist Protestant Church in Peach street tar $3.500. Isaac W. Mcllvaine of this place dies at West Liberty in his CStli year. The Pled Men will distribute a laree quantity of edibles among the poor families on Christmas. The churches will observe Christmas with the usual service on Sunday. Thieves visit Kcll Long's.residence in New Haven and carry away a large quantity of silver ware, an overcoat, $7 and a white fox rug. CJara Murphy, 15 years old, dies at the home of her grandfather, Simpson P. Franks of typhoid fever. The Baltimore Ohio depot at Meyersdale burns, causing a loss of $2,000. George Cooper is iiccidently shot, not seriously however, by a companion white hunting. The drillers'employed by the Fuller brothers arrive and will begin their search for oil or gas in the Perryopolis district at once. Members of the Methodist Episcopal Church treat their pastor. Rev. J. W. Baker, to a pleasant social. V. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. 18D7. Detailed report of the Connellsville coke region for the week ending December 18 shows a tola) of 18,508 ovens in the region of which 14,933 arc in blajt and 3,575 idle, with a total estimate production of 154,200 tons. Shipments total 0,420 cars. Pupils in the Gibson school have organi?ed a literary society and hereafter speeches, dcbitcs, special readings and literary contest will take the place of regular class vork on Friday afternoon. Ralston Case and Miss^ppo'.onia Kail arc married at the English Lutheran Church by Rev. E. B Burgess. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Victor of New Haven celebrate their 18th wooding anniversary. D. M. Hertzog is elected president of the Faycttc County Bar Association. The addition to the Gibson schoo building is completed and Miss Donnelly regularly installed as teacher. Colonel James T. Stcen, architect '. for the new Christian Church, looks · over the building. WEDNKSDAY, DECEMBER, 25. 1907 -" Detailed report of the Connclls- · villc coke trade for the week ending December 21 shows a total of 35,61' ovens in the region, of which 14,548 are in blast and 21,069 idle with a total estimated production of J50,- 539 tons. Shipments total 4,774 earn W, S. Craft, Newton. Newcomer , and Charles Nutt arc among the : candidates tor sheriff. A · trolley accident in which nine persons are injured occurs in New Haven when a West Penn street car runs through the derailing switch c the Pennsylvania Railroad crossing and crashes into the front of Henry Rhodes' store. The Darr mine of the Pittsburgh Coal Company opposite Jacobs Creek on Ihe Pittsburgh Lake Eric E.'il- road blows up entombing over 25C men. Only one miner, who hap pcned to be near the mouth of thi pit get:; out alive. · The 54th session of the Fayette county teachers' institute is opened in Unionlown with an enrollment of more than 700. The report of the board of underwriters criticizes fire protection in Connellsville.' The paid firemen the report says do not care to avail themselves of the volunteers and there are too few men answering the alarm. Only Three Pattern Pieces To This Household Arts by Alice Brooks Colorful Scrap* and Easy I*alchea Form Striking Evening Star PATTERN eois Let the "Evening Star" shine brightly in your bediooml A stunning patchwork quilt that's lots of fun to do and a grand way to use up colorful scraps of material. Only three pattern pieces to use . . . an easy block to piece. Future generations will point with pride to your colorful handiwork. In pattern 6013 you will find the Block Chart, a diagram of block which serves as a guide for placing the patches and suggests contrasting materials; carefully drawn pattern pieces; directions for cutting, sewing and finishing, together with-yardage chart, and a diagram of quilt to help arrange the blocks for single or double bed size. 'To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in slnmps or coin (coin pieferred) to The Courier Household .Arts Dept., 259 W. Mth, Street, New York, N. Y. EC sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUM3JSK. crashes against the mouth of a tunnel between Ruflsdale and Tarr and is broken into and is later set afire when a broken trolley wire falls into the wreckage. Miss Anne Elizabeth DcMuth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. DcMuth and William P. Sherman, city editor of The Courier, are married in the manse of the Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church by Rev. W. P. Russell. J. E. Angle is made general superintendent and C. J. Poolc, assistant superintendent of the Fayette County Gas Company. Urges Healy Probe THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22. 192. Detailed report of the Connellsville coke trade for the week ending DC- | cember 22 shows a total of 20,1-12 j ovens in this region with 3.591 in i blast and 22,551 idle with an estimated production of 41,460 tons. B. F. Matthews, B. O. engineer, dies after nearly a year's illness. The workers at Capstan Glass Company were remembered with 502 gifts being distributed to m-n and women. About 100 deer are reported killed in Fayette county during the past j season. Mayor J. L. Evans and Rev. E. H. j Stevens speak at testimonial dinner j for Uniontown's youngest mayor, j Luther S. Crawford. j Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ganity of Browntown have an addition to their | family, namely triplet girls. This is the second set of triplets in the family, the other set 'oemg boys. Dr. D. A. Walker heads Mount Pleasant Kiwanis Club. A carbuncle causes the death ol Rev. Sylvester Fulmor, pastor of the Church of God at Mount Pleasant. Dawson Legion Post plans to help needy of community at Christmas. Landon Makes Resolution. WICHITA, Kan., Jan. 5.--Mew Year's Resolution No. 1 for Alt M. ^andon is to devote more time to his business as an independent oil operator. "I've been away from my oil business five "years and It needs my personal attention," he said. To Preach at Johnstown. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 5.--Rev. M. M. Snyder of the Scoltdale United I Brethren Church will open a series of prayer services at Johnstown's South Side Evangelical Church on Thursday night. Mr». Hetty Braun Healy . . . becks death Investigation Declaring she knows the identity of the man who administered B. beating to Ted Hcoly, film comedian, prior to his death In Hollywood. Mrs. Betty Braun Healy, the comic's first wife, seeks an investigation. Meanwhile. Hcaly's second wife, Mrs. Betty Healy. who has recently given birth to ft son, snld ^c was satisfied HcIy's death resulted from natuml causes. The fight took plnce an Healy celebrated the birth of tho child. DICKSON WINS MT. PLEASANT COUNCIL POST N a m e d Chairman in Contest With Michael DiMichele. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 5.-Council reorganized Monday night with the election of Charles DicUson as chairman, succeeding Dr. W. A. Marsh. Michael DiMichele, also a candidate for the post, was defeated, seven to two. Other officers are: Frank L. Overly, secretary, rcelccted; and Gilbert Clark, treasurer. . Retiring President Marsh completing 12 years of service, .spoke briefly and called on others completing their terms. They were S. C. Stevenson, P. J. Mullen and Jesse Keelcr, who had been members of the body for 20, 12 and four years respectively. When the new Council opened its first session Frank Olingcr was elected street commissioner for two years. Nick Farrcll was the other candidate. Clarence Whetsel and S.imuel B. Whipkcy were elected patrolmen. Frank Elmo and William G. Parfitt were,other candidates, A petition from the Third Wprd, asking for appointment of an additional policeman, was tabled. Another session will be held Monday night. Billing Chanced. The Citizens Water Company, with the issuing of its quarterly bills, did not show a service charge but instead the cards read that effective January 1. the minimum charge will not be billed until the end of each quarter. Guild Mi-dine Postponed. On account of the week of prayer services the monthly meeting of the Otterbcin Guild of the United Brethren Church, scheduled for Monday evening was postponed until next Monday at which time six new members, Annabelle Crawford, Betty Brown, Esther Boycr, Florence Boyer, Louise Mullm and Ruth Hart will be taken into tile guild with a special service. Unemployed Registered. Unemployment registration got under way Monday in the old laundry building in South Church street AH day there was a large crowd about the building. Claimants without social security numbers and proper BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WBTTTEN FOB CENTRA!. PRESS B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y -The Authority on Authorities" FORGET EXTRA TRICES FT PAYS TO forego a Uncase which may produce an extra itrick if It entails the risS of beating your .'contract. If the loss of that finesse [would mean that the opponents .then havo on opportunity to mako 'a lead which will Xnock out a crucial entry from tho dummy bcforo lt» suit la set up, that may hill tho entire remainders of the suit. « Q 10 7 2 V J S 5 * K 7 A K Q J 9 t f K Q 3 2 «S 3 2 4 7 6 4 3 (Dealer: West Neither side vuj- 'erablc.) Alter n pass by West, North started the bidding with 1-Dia- Imond, South called 1-Spade, North i2-Dlamonds, South 2-No Trumps and North 3-No Trumps. West started tho defense with the club K and continued with the Q. Declarer won the second round and tried the diamond finesse, which lost to West's K. After cash- Ing his two remaining clubs. West switched to a heart. As the diamond suit was now blocked, dc- clarer's contract was hopeless. A very different situation would have existed had the declarer won tho second club and refused the chance for a diamond finesse. The danger of tho heart A being knocked out was of paramount Importance to the success of the declarer's contract, so % ho should have cashed tho diamond - A and then led the Q, with the hope that the K would be forced to win. ft would not have mattered then if the switch waa mado to hearts, as the diamonds were then cleared and nine tricks could have been cashed before the opponents again gained control. Tomorrow's Problem » 3 10 8 6 3 4 A K Q J 9 5 4 K Q J 10 V Q 7 4 4 8 7 6 4 + 65 + A K 1 0 9 8 - 1 2 (Dealer: South. East-West vulnerable.) What Is tho correct defens« agalnrt South'a contract of 5*Clubs? forms were asked to come back with those requirements. Call Extended. At a congregational meeting of the First Reformed Church on Sunday morning, a call was extended to Rev. Perry Smith of Southwest Harbor, Me. SOD Born at Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Powell of 423 Washington street announce the birth of a son at the Fric^Memorial Hospital on Monday morning. Teacher Visits Here. Laura Belle Cawley, teacher of physical education in the McKeesport schools, spent the week-end with Miss Mary Jane Noss of Pine street. Miss Cawley and Miss Noss were roommates at Indiana State Teachers' College. Appendicitis Operation. Mrs. Clyde Leonard of Tarr underwent an operation for appendicitis at Frick Memorial Hospital on Monday. Infant Son Dies. An infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Powell of Washington street died st the Frick Memorial Hospital at 0:10 o'clock Monday night. Child Dies of Pneumonia. James Baldsvin, four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baldwin of Hammondvillc, died in the Frick Memorial Hospital on Monday evening at 9:20 o'clock of pneumonia. He was admitted to the hospital Saturday. Juniors to install Officers on Friday Officers, elected for the year by Magic Council, Junior Order of United American Mechanics, will be installed on Friday night, January 7, by District Deputy E. S. Shupc. The staff follows: Councilor, H. Clinton DeBolt; vice- councilor, Charles Zurawski; recording secretary, Harry G. Witt; assistant recording secretary, Fred O. Darst; financial secretary, James W. Prinkey; treasurer, S. T. Erwin; con- News of Tri-Town Community Special to Tho Courier.. DAWSON, Jan. 5.--Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Collins of Vanderbilt entertained at a turkey dinner oh Christmas. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Collins of Vanderbilt, Mr. and Mrs. Ken If. Collins and daughters, Kathryn and Vivian Yvonne of Laughlin street, and Mr. and Mrs. Collins' daughter, Mary Elizabeth. Mrs. O. C. Stevenson and daughter, Evelyn, of New Salem were ' guests- of Mrs. G. B. Roberts of Vanderbilt on Thursday. Miss Nina Grace Smith returner! Saturday to her duties as a teacher in the University of Chicago. The Aitrurian -Bible Class o£ the East Liberty Presbyterian Church of Vanderbilt will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of H. F. Snyder of Liberty. George Roberts and Miss Nellie Long of Point Marion, Miss Davis of Connellsville and John Valentine of Washington state stopped to see Mrs. G. B. Roberts,of Vanderbilt on their way to the military ball in Pitts- , burgh. Mr. Roberts and Mr. Valentine arc former classmates at -Annapolis. · - ' The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Philip G. Cochran Memorial Methodist E-p 1 s c o p a 1 Church met in the social auditorium Thursday afternoon with Mrs. George Cochran's group in charge. Miss Grace Husband led the devotions and Mrs. T. A. Charlcsworth had charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Cochran gave a report on a chapter o£ the Study Book. Miss Vivian Yvonne Collins read an article from the Missionary Friend and Mrs. D. P. Husband sang "There's a Song in the Air." Miss Jane Oglevce and Miss Irene Harper of Liberty left Sunday to resume their studies at Penn State College. James Morningstar and Samuel Inks returned to Duke University Sunday. Donald Burdette has returned to New York University after spending. the holidays with his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Burdette oi North Dawson. ·doctor, L. N. Green; warden, Jesse S. Dunn; inside sentinel, Robert A. Lcichlitcr; outside sentinel, Hoy C. Lindsay; trustee, K. E. Long; chaplain, A. Leichliter; assistant financial secretary, N. E. Murphy, and assistant treasurer, S. L. Miller. The relief committee reported E. A. Dye of South Connellsville able to walk again after a long illness. Others on the sick list were reported as unimproved. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1917. Detailed report of the Connellsville coke trade for the week ending 7Je- cember 22 shows a total of 15,266 ovens in the region, of which 13,266 are in blast and 2,000 idle with a total estimate production of 111,719 tons. Shipments for week total 8,053 cars. Dr. J. J. Mullen of Perryopolis, one of the best-known physicians, dies at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh. Norman Prinkcy, 46, brakeman at the Davidson plant of the H. C. Friek Coke Company, is killed instantly when ha is thrown under a moving freight train.. W. P. Clark is chosen commander of William F. Kurtz Post, G. A. R., for his fourth consecutive term. Other officers are: L. W. Wolfe, senior vice- commander; J. J. Barnhart, surgeon; Henry Kurtz, quartermaster; H. H. Yarnell, chaplain; E. Dunn, adjutant; A. R. Brashear, officer of the duty; C. H. Whiteley, officer ot the guard, andLLyman S. Strickler, bugler. One women is perhaps fatally injured, five others so badly hurt they had to be removed to Mount Pleasant Hospital and a dozen others bruised , and cut when a West Penn street car Wife Preservers When you string bead» that nave very small holes In them, first twist the cord tightly. Then llp tho end Into household oe- ment or glue. When the cord i» dry It will easily pass through the holci. Publishers Will Discuss Rising Price Problem HARR1SBURG, Jan. 5.--Means ot meeting rising prices and falling income will be diicusbcd at the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers' Association's 13th annual convention on January 14 and 15. Tho association snid a report to be presented by Colonel Ernest G. Smith of the Wilkes-Barrc Times- Leader would show that several daily papers plan this month to join others } which have incensed subscription rales in an effort to close the gap between income and output. The trend, Smith said, was toward the five-cent price already charged by more than 80 dailies in the Nation. Yoo and Your s High Road or Low Road By J. E. LcROSSIGNOL Oca/:, College of Bushiest Administration., Nebraska University "Have you ever encountered a dilemma, Sandie?" inquired Professor MacAndrcw CantHe of his clever Scottie. "No? Then you have never been in a quandary either, nor at the parting ot the ways, between two Ores, between Scylla and Chary bills, nor b e t w e e n the devil and the deep b l u e sea. Ah! Now I sec a gleam of comprehension In y o u r eye. Ono ot those metaphors h i t you, did It not? Yes, for only yesterday you were in the back alley with a vicious dog at one end and a fierce cat at the other, and J see by your face that you tackled the cat. Then and there was % dilemma, Sandic. "Aweel! In the trough of the late major depression our ruling powers were confronted by a puzzling dilemma, cither horn or which had its advantages and disadvantages, rewards and penalties, for, as the French truly say, ev«rything has the defects of its qualities. It had to do with the perplexing question of money, credit, and prices in relation to recovery, on which, u you know, the doctors differ. "Look. Sandle! If. on the one hand, they allowed the maladjustments to acljuat themselves according to the time-honored or dishonored rule of lalsscz-/atre, they had reason to expect slow and sure recovery, but they would havo teen accused by all the pressure groups of standing for low prices, low wages, low profits, and ·widespread bankruptcy because of ridd, irreducible debts. If, on the other hand, they tried for inflation they misht look for rising prices, wages arjd profits, relatively rapid recovery, and popular approval as expressed by votes; but they faced also the possibility of excessive expansion and rising costs, to be followed, sooner or later, by a minor recession, if not a major dcpressioi). "As you know, Sundie, the powers that be chose the more promising and less threatening horn of the dilemma, nnd for a time we enjoyed the blessing of liberal expenditure, rising prices and paper profits. But after a time, becoming apprehensiveaboutthc dangers of inflation they began to apply the brakes appropriate to a managed currency: raising the reserve requirements of the banks, reducing gilts, promising further reduction, and forecasting increasing taxes and a balanced budget. It was a series of shock*, Sandic, nnd a sudden awakening from our dream of bliss which brought about this untimely and unwelcome reaction, rclnpse, or recession, the aftermath of our little whirl, from ·uhich, I hope, we shall soon recover. "Snd to say, Snndic, now that we arc in the dumps, that nasty nightmare of a dilemma, with Its sharp horns, face*; us again with Us offer of the bitter with the sweet. To change the figure, we are once more at the parting of the ways where, as Mr. Secretary Wallace would say, 'America must choose.' But which path shall' it be? The high road of inflation, with its joyful riiini! and expansion followed by the Inevitable contraction and descent, or the low road of temporary deflation and depression for the nkc of belter going bevond. **We art- jrtorl. Snndic McCraw, that the rosoo^sibility of decision is not ours, for. like all cannv Scots, we have a sort of second sight that makes us sacrifice the present to the expected greater nood of n more or less distant future. Wherefore one of our fine folk sonc« keeps ringing In my cars: " ·Ye'll tak the high road and I'll tak Ihe low road. AnH I'll be in Scotland aforr ye ' " question* to the author care o/ thw ne u*papffr You stand erect when you broil the modern way, with a Swing-Out Broiler, exclusive with 3TngJc Chef gas ranges. The door provides adequate protection against stinging fats nnd intense heat. Individual broiler and oven burners permit broiling nnd baking at the same time. Visit our display room. Ask about the fully insulated 3Iagic Chef High-Speed Oven Unit heats to baking temperature In less than o inln- u(o^. Muny other exclusive features. 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