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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 19, 1918
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THE DAILY COL'RIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. , A-FKTL 19, ISIS. GREAT DEMONSTRATION FOR LIBERTY LOAN SURPASSES IN CITY'S HISTORY The Knit and Win Unit to tire '· the conditions lie describes. He ar- Charleston Comforts branch _ of thej,rived here this morning from G-reens- .Na\y League will meet Monday'night; burg. - ?.tthe borne of Mrs. Stanley Morns i n ] At 11 o'clock Lieutenant Hoeder lislita street. Greenwood. jgave a short lecture to the students -- of tbe high school, and at noon he. Twelve members and one guest,) dined with tbe Liberty Loan canvass- Jlrs. Bert J. Hooper, attended a very i ers in the Masonic temple. enjoyable meeting of tbo West Side I Needl.;workers, at-which Mrs. Harry-' SOMJIEKS SPEAK HIGHLY . { Decker was'hostess last-evening at I - OF THE T. M. C. A. her home- m-Xmth stree . Greenwood.j- Miss Alice Olander and Miss Irene The evening was "spent at fancy work) Lewis of Dickenson " Run,. have_ re- · · ! - - - ' - ----·-*-·· turned home after spending a vleek with the former's two brothers, who are at Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. They say the boys are treated finely and that they speak in high, praise of and knitting' A daintily eppointed luncheon, was served. Mrs. J. R. Foltz- will entertain the club Thursday evening, May 16th, at her home at Dunbar. Mrs. L. Schuler entertained the 0. N. T. Fancy Work club yesterday afternoon at her home In East Crawford avenue. Eleven- and one guest attended and spent the afternoon at fancy-work. Dainty .refresh- meats were served. Mrs. Otto Koehler will entertain the club Thursday afternoon May 2, at her home in West Cedar avenue. The regular meeting of the Christian Culture class of the United Presbyterian Sunday school was held last night at the home of Mrs. R. B. 'Treutle in Cedar avenue, with many members and several guests in attendance. Excellent reports were submitted by the Red Cross, tie class, sup- the work of the Y. M. C A. SEBGEAST T00!f.VX T.OCtUE ' . HERE ftREKTIXG VIUF.SDS. Sergeant John Doonan Locke of the 305th Co., Engineers, Camp Lee. who is spending a furlough at his home in Unlontown, was calling on friends in ConnellsviUe _and Dubar yesterday. Locke is a nephew of. the Misses Doonan of Dunbar. !' THE TTIAFT. Nick iMissimia of Elm Grove, Frank Dziedzieka of Star Junction and Wade H. Buckner, Vanderbilt, R. D. 1, arc among the draftees from district No. 6 who will leave on April 2Sth for Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. per and other committees. Sixty-two calls were reported. A number ot j KOCKTVOOU SOUTH knitted articles were completed and j ABEIYES US FRANCE given to the Red Cross It was decid- I Frank A. Welker, son o£ Mr. and ed to hold a Mother's day reception Mrs. Foster Welker, of Rockwood. sometime In May in honor of the who is with Unit 301 Quartermaster's mothers o£ the members of the class. Mechanical Repair Service is some- At the Hay meeting the etection flf of- where in France. In ficers will take place. Miss Margaret Buskirk, president of the class, presided. PERSONAL. J. P. Bute of the "W-jsi Side has returned home 'from Aurora, Xeb. where he visited his "son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Otto. Mrs. Bute remained for a more 'extended visit. .Mrs. C. \V. Downs is spending the day in Pittsburg- The best place to shop after ill Brownell Shoe Co.--Adr. -Mrs. A. J. Goetz ol Danville, Va.. who has heen visitinR at the home of Mrs. J. "W. Kincell of Wheeler, will leave tonight ton Mononganela City to visit her sister, Mrs. D. R. Smith. She will he accompanied by Mrs. Kincell. Mrs. Goetz was formerly Miss Dagmer Hews of this city. For 18 years I hiive been making quality clothes for the best dressers of town and they keep coining for more. Why ? tav« Cohen, Tailor. --Adv. Miss Magaret Mo'rrow of McCormick avenue, will leave Thursday for Washington, D. C., where she enters the service of the government as a stenographer. Mrss Morrow was graduated from the O.onnellsville High school, a member of the class of 193", and has been a stenographer for the "Wright-Metzler company for some time. For the bes-t and cheapest" repaira on that roof, conductor or spouting, see IT. T. Evans Estate.--Adv. ·Mrs. Oscar Johnson of USicmtown, visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs H. B. Pigman of East Crawford avenue yesterday. Mrs. Harwell Rush and children of Ohiopyle is visiting here. See King 8 advertisement on Page ! today.--Adv.--17-3t. Captain and Mrs Charles N. Shaw are visiting at the home of Mrs. Shaw's brothers, J. TV. and C. C. Continued from Pane One. war, and that after tnis war we won t have any more war." "I'm not going around talking about peace. It isn't peace we want to talk about--it's victory." "This war is not going to end," shouted Rev. Cartright. "until Italy, France, England and America go over j the top and sweep on and for ]00 years lay Ir ruins--Berlin." He spoke tor every American in the crowd and thousands of voices gave vent to a great cheer. Speaking of tbe Umonlown celebration .Rev. Cartright said that there of its suburb.' ] When ha had finished his short address there were many calls for ham ! to conturae. "More, more," was shouted from different parts of the crowd. Rev. Cftrtright had another address to make in Greensburg last night, however, and he could not eiert himself too long. His burning words of loyalty kindled many new fires of patriotism yesterday and loan canvassers expect to see a big spurt in the sale of bonds. After the speaking had been completed, the naval band_ gave several more selections and shortly after 5 o'clock marched to the Pennsylvania railroad station wbare the 5.35 o'clock tram for Greensburg waa taken. Moving pictures of the great crowd were tekcn by Charles H Balaley. It bad been the intention of the committee to hold the meeting in the high for an outside meeting but the big auditorium would never have held tbe great crowd Tie weather could not have been better for a parade and an outdoor meeting. For a time rain was threatened but the clouds broke away. ' One of the features was the number of aged persona in line. Mrs Anna M. Neff of the West Side, 'Overnight Relief for Constipation MBBMHM i · · r T"^HE mild, .pleasant-tasting combi- ·*· nation of simple laxative herbs with pepsin that is known as Dr. CaldwelPs Syrup Pepsin, taken just before bedtime, will afford grateful relief next morn- j without griping or other discomfort. , Dr.: CaldweiTs , Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE SOcts. ££) $1.00 a 5 * A tria] bottle can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to · Dr. W. B. Caldwel), 457 Washmston St., Monticello, Illinois * ············MHMMraMWUMMNMBHHBIUHIIul CITY PASSES THE HALF MILLION IN BIG LOAN DRIVE parents he writes: 'TVe are making France look more like America every day. Can't tell you where we are, but we set aeroplanes almost every day. One went over ns today so high that it looked like a fly.' They surely fly high." FKEXCH DUEST RE3TJR35 TO CABT. First Sergeant French Durst of Company D, llOth Regiment, stationed at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., returned to camp this morning after spending a furlough at his home here. DATVSOX RECRUIT WITH Word has been received at Dawson of the transfer ot W. H. Hush, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hush, from Camp Lee to Fort Meyer. Va.. where he is with the 37th Kngiaeers, active workers in Fayette county for the Red Cross and In other work, i trudged Uie entire distance and was proud of it. At the windup she Insisted she was not fatigued. L. W. Wolfe, who Is in his 83rd year and who fought in the Civil war; Captain E. Dunn and Colonel James J. Barnbart, also Civil war veterans, were in 'me. Thw parade was notable also for the large number of children. The schools seemed to have turned out enmasse. Some ia line were under school age. The teachers accompanied the student!, with a few exceptions. I The number who responded to the appeal to participate in the demonstration was a surprise to the leaders, J. E. Angle-and J. L. Evans. It did not occur to them that instead of a few hundreds thp procession would run into thousands. Notwithstanding, everything was handled without a hitch. Some of the mercantile establishments madt fine showings. Especially was this true ot Kobackci-s. The WrightHMetzler company was said to have had the largest number of, em- ploses in the procession. Boy Scouts and the parochial cadets came in for applause. RALLY AUHSENRING To be Held Sunday Aftenwon 1« Boost General Wai Measures. A community meeting will be held in the Dunbar township high school auditorium, Leisennng No. 1, Sunday, ^_,^ iu m ^ rr April 21, at 3 P. M. Wooda N Carr ot j ^| p e' r i n 't'endont"~M H. Broughton TJniontown, Attorney R. S. Matthews prou ,3i T ma rched at the head of the ot Connellsviile and other prominent " speakers will present the necessity for steady work, conservation of food and the buying of the Third Liberty Loan bonds. Speakers in foreign languages will erplain to those who do not understand Eaglis quested. A good turnout is re- PYLE GETS 30 DAYS JIan IVlio Jlade Insulting Remarks About iiherty Bonds Seat to Jail. John Pyle, who made insulting re- , ^nund 5,000 would 1 "have been a cor- marks about the Liberty Bonds when rert estima te _ . -. approt-hed by a girl solicitor at the The boys 0 , :he Eaval training band Mitchell of this city. Captain Shaw I Balumoi e Ohio shops wab sentenced h( ,, d a impromptu dance at the Penn- Baltimore · Ohio Booster club, made up of Connellsviile division employes A number of "West Pcnn Power company employes came in tlielr working clothes and their faces bc- gnmed.^ Banners were numerous, David "W'ertneimer. member of one of the bond canvassing teams, carried a banner inscribed. "Swat thn Kaiser Teiun." Dr Cartrigbt referred to this in his address. Estimates of the number in tue parade varied running from 3,000 to 10,000. It was generally bciieved is stationed at Loir.syille, Ky. Miss Eliza Butte.'more has returned home from a visit witn friends in Union town. Mrs. J. L. Geldbach and Mrs. Robert White of Newburg W. Va.. are guests of the former's Mater. Mrs. \V. A. (under supervision Furlong, of W-est (Jrawford avenue. j sician. | to 3" jays in iail by Mayor John Duggan last night. He was held until the evening until witnesses could appear against him. Pyie is reported to bp mentally unbalanced and while in jail he be of the jail phy- At Elks' -Minstrels. C. A. Miller, E. E. .Miller, E. A. Mais-berry, Dr. C. H. Ridenour, D. E. Miller, II. B. Wiley, J. R. Shank, H. F. Eerkmil\ W. H. Newcomer, W. A- Holsopple and R. H. Miller ot'Rock- Amencan who has seen service with j wood, members or Connellsviile lodge UEUTENANTROEDERHERE AnrricaB Who Fought With French Anaj- Has Wonderful Exliibttlou. Lieutenant George H. Hoeder, an the French army in Europe, will give a leatore tonight at the high school under, the auspicts of the Red, Cross. He has-in'addition to tales ot thrills on the battle front, six army trunks of war materials and equipment gathered by him while in the service. Prior to the lecture these articles will he placed on exhibition in the lobby ot the high schojil. The lecture wi!I begin promptly at 8:30 o'clock. Lieutenant Roeder is reputed to be a !.peaker-of the same calibre as Lieutenant Perigord, who ?poke here last ,veek on the Liberty Ixjan. He delive -s Sis address with a rigor and expression that gives his audiences a clear understanding of of Elks, and friends of the lodge, at- tsmded the final performance of the litks' minstrels Wednesday night at the Soisson theatre. They occupied a box. Stork leaves Word has been received here of the s.rrival of a daughter at the home oC Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Otto m Aurora, Neb. Mrs. Otto before her marriage was Miss Elizabeth Bute, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bute of Crawford avenue. West Side The new arrival is the first child -ia the family. , Ilnntini; Bargains 1 You will find them in oar ad. columns. What is Castor ia /-"·ASTORIA is a harmless /substitute for C««tot Oil, Paregoric; \^, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant ngd fol tbe relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea--The Mother's Friend. Tbe Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ''Just-as-Good" are tot Experiments that trifle ·with and endanger the health of Infants and * Children--Experience against Experiment. Genuine Castoria always bears thcslgaatnreof syivania railroad station while v,ait- ing for their train yesterday afternoon. Some of the musicians "tooted" their instruments, while others picked a girl out ,of the crowd and used the w.ilung room floor foi their dances Cigars and cigarettes ivere passed among the siulom fcy the canteen committee of the Rod Cross. WAGNER BRANCHES OUT Local Xorie Proprietor to llamiije liniontflTvn llonsc Also. C. A. Wagner, manager of the Paramount theater, has heen made vice president of the Rel Theatre Corporation of Uniontown, and also chosen as manager of the new playhouse to be opened in' that city in about a w-eek, Mr. Wagner is one of the most widely known and popular moving picture promoters of Fayette county, havmg been in the business in Connellsviile for some years. He continue to manage the Paramount, and his brother, George Wagner, will assume the Continued Trom Pitcc One Farmington and having previously qualified for Secretary McAdoo's Bag by subscribing their re- specUve quotas. A survey ot the districts where the rush of bond subscribers was pronounced last evening showed lota) pledges of ?5+3,C50 taken daring the day. The addition of those figures to the official report issued by hsadquar- ters of subscriptions takea at the banks until Wednesday evening shoeing subscriptions of ?U55,700 wotik 1 . gi\e the total subscription in the county a-. (2,041,900. Nine of the districts were not included in the unofficial survey. Offiois.1 figures festied by headquarters in Unlontown last even'mg do net show the results of the day's spectacular spurt in bond buying The rei?ort represented subscriptions taken all over the county until evening, follows: District Subscription Quota Belle Vernon J 64,900 ? 144,400 Brownsville 293,350 629.750 Connellsviile 345,850 348,100 Dawson 216,950 136,050 Dunbar 30,950 41,550 Falrchance 18,550 " 22,160 Fayette City 33.300 135.450 Masontown 56,250 114,050 New Salem 18,500 52,100 Perryopoli'i 100,000 130,550 Point Marion 52.100 114,800 Republic M.300 21,050 Smithfield 15,600 44,100 Uniontown P.46,750 1,436,250 Vandcrbtlt 28,150 24,950 Totals JH1.MO 53.3S6.100 COAL DISPUTE SETTLED Railroads Hereafter JTnst Pay Full J'riec for Tlicir Fuel. Ky Associated Press. WASHINGTON 1 , April 13.--Railroads hcreaftei \\ill purchase their coal at the full market price, and cars will be evenly distributed at all TOine-i under an arrangement reached by the railroad and lliel administration. The plan was accepted after President Wilson ntervenod to settle differences between Tucl Administrator Garfleld and John Skelton Williams, director of purchases Cor the railroad administration. PROPERTIES SOLD MRS. ELIZA -Mrs. Eliza Poorbaugh, wife of Poster Thomas Poorbaugh, died yesterday morning at hoi home at Derry following an illness of pneumonia. The body j will be brought to ConnellsviJle and i from here shipped to Sand Patch by ] Funeral Director J. E. Sims, where j funeial services will be held. Sunday \ morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Poor- ' baugti would have been 35 years old on the 29th of tbis month. She was a member of the Durmard church and | before her marriage was Miss EiUa Hosietter of Sand Patch, Somerset county She was a. ineuibei of ia* i Dunkard church, and in addition to I her husband, is survived by her parents and the following sisters: Ella Mae. Mrs Francis Sro'tu, Mrs. Irvin i Bittner, Mrs. William Leyberger, .Mrs. Frank Albright and one brother. Har- j vey-H. Hostetter, all of Somerset | county. I RAYMOND PRITTS. I The body ot Raymond Pruts, the ' We^t Peuo. lineman, wjio was electrocuted Tuesday afternoon at Kingston, j near Ijatrobe, was brought to Con-1 rrcllsvillc yesterday on a special street car and last Anight was shipped by Funeral Director J. L. SUder to the aojne of the parents of the deceased, Mr and Mrs. Miles Pritts, at Indian j Head. Short services will be held at | the house tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, followed by services in tbe Nebo Church of God, with Re\ W S Slump officiating. Interment in Nebo cemetery- Funeral Director C. B. Brooks of Indian Head, will have cnarge. Mr. Pritts was born and reared at Indian Head, and it, widely and favorably known in that community. In addition to his parents he is -.arrived by several brothers and siston.. including Tissue PrHts, who is in tbo United States Navy, stationed at Norfolk. Va. The young sailor will come home to attend his brother's funeral. ' ,,, HARRY GILBERT SEAH Tbe body of Harry Gilbert Sease, 21 years old. 'who died at his home in Ptttsburg. following a thicc dajs' II- ness of pneumonia, will arrive here tomorrow afternoon on tlip Pennsylvania train due 1 at 3.40 o'clock and re' moved b Funeral Director Charles C. Mitchell to the home of an aunt of the deceased Mis Charles B Jlort in Hast Crawford avenue from where tbe funeral w i l l take place Sunday afternoon a. 2.30 o'clock. Rev. Ellis _ B. Burgess, pastor of the Trinity i j Lutheran cimrc'i. will officiate. De- ,' teased was a ton of Char IDS E and ! I Cora Smiles Soasc He formerly re- Real rotate Agent Joseph A. Maioli | T)o%vnl( rimf-i tod ai announce the following Iran,-1 ^ ^£«£»£ ^^^ 'TA. Mason to Bertha M. Ladw.cS. I Md Harry Pavjs, of West Mones«n. j. A. iiason to ui-nu v married ye-terdaj- ,n Wheeling. bK-ruom house ia Area sticet $J,t!iw, nr , 7o ' " Arthur C. Franks, house and lot m IJast Gibson avenue, to John H. Goswick, $2,230; Bruce Baer to Angelo Da.3caui, house and lot in South Pittsburg street, 5830. I'our-JOnutc Speakers. The following Toui-Mlnute men will speak at the Dawson opeia house: This evening, R. K. Smith; Saturday evening, Re% H. A. Baum, Monday evening, Dr. H J. Bell; Tuesday evening, Rev. W. B. Purnell. -Wednesday evening, Rev. Father E. A. Glennon. Piof. Bryce- Colbert spoke last night. W. Va. LOT 1--150 Hats in all styles, colors and materials. Wonderful values. These Hats range in price from $3.50 to $7.50. Anniversary Sale price $1.95 each. LOT 2--100 Hats in all shapes and colors; all high class hats. Wonderful values. These hats range in price from $5.00 to $10.00. Anniversary Sale price $2.95 each. TKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE* 129 to 133 N PlTTSaURG St.! CONNELLSVILLE: Sale of Oriental Rugs, Etc., at Auction The entire stock of Oriental Rugs, Pictures, Bric-a- Brac and Works of Art belonging to the estate of Gabriel Siyufy -will be offered at auction at No. 121 S. Highland Avenue, Highland Building, Pittsburgh, Pa., for the settlement of the estate. A list of the articles to be sold will be mailed or delivered upon application to lire Administrator. The sale will commence Tuesday, April 23rd, 1918, at 10 o'clock A. M., and will continue until- 3 P. M. daily between the same hours. Terms, cash. Payable 10 % -when bid is accepted, and balance before 10 A. M. following day. The Colonial Trust Company Administrator of Estate of Gabriel Siyufy, Deceased, S17 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. John F. Post Sons, Auctioneers, Dalzel], Fisher Hawkins, Attorneys for Administrator. Classified Advertisements ic a Word. Anti-Xoafmg Bill Sipied. PROVIDENCE, R. L, April .19.-Governor lieekmau today signed an ,_, _ act passed by the general assembly re- management ot the New Rex ..heatre ^ q m j l n e e v c r y ma n between the ages O r 18 and 50 years to be employed for at least 36 hours a week. The act is similar to the New Jersey antl- loafiiEg- law. In Untontown. GETS 15 DAYS IN CELL Segress Arrested for Beiug Drunk and Disorderly Gets Salty Sentence. Virgina Watson, a negress, arrested last night for being drunk and disorderly. »'as sentenced to 15 days m a cell or ?25 fine by Mayor Duggan this morning. The woman claimed she had been robbed of a dollar and was making considerable "fuss" over it when she was arrested. After being locked up she attempted to shake down the ladies' department, and Mayor Dnggan. heard the racket when he dropped into the city hall last night. 5Ye Better Today. The condition of Darl Nye. the South Connellsviile boy, who Is in the Cottage State hospital for treatment ot a bullet wound, is slightly improved today. Wurren Besigni, WASHINGTON, April 10.--The resignation of Charles Warren of Boston, as assistant attorney general, effective at once, was announced today at the department of justice. Attorney General Gregory has accepted the resignation. Patronize those who advertise. XO ADT.UTCE TK PRICE PNEUMONIA £ Firjtcallaphyiitiui. Then begin hot applications of-- T^mm^mmmmmm^^mamitfmmimsafmmmHiaafifii^amsMaSfimMlimmaKeiHmiflmlfeSiMliafi^S Mervous Mothers Should Profit by the Experience of These Two Women Buffalo, N. T.--"I am the mother of four cWldren, and for nearly three years I suffered from a female trouble -with pains · in my back and side, and a general weakness. I had professional attendance most of that time but did not seem to *· get Tv-ell. As a last resort I decided to try Lydia S. Pinkharo's Vegetable Compound -which I had seen advertised in the newspapers, and in Vsro weeks noticed t a marked improvement. I continued its use and am now free from pain and able to do all my house- ·work."-- Mrs. E. B. Zizussivi, 202 Weiss Street, Buffalo, Jf. T. Portland, Ind.--"I had a displacement and suffered so badly from it at times I could not be on my feet at all. I was all run down, and so \reak I could not do ray housework, vras nervous and could not lie aown at night. I took treatments from a physician \ but they did not help me. My Aunt recommended \ · L J' dla £· Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 1 tried / I and no ^ r am strong and well agnin and do my own work and I give Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound the credit."--lira. J O S E P H I N E EDIBLE, 935 West Eace Street, Portland, Ind. Every Sick Woman Should Try VEGETABLE COMPOUND LYDIA E.PtNKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN,MASS.

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