The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 22, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, April 22, 1918
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MONDAY, APRIL, 22, 1918 THE DAILY COURIER, CONNE3XSVIULB, FA. PAGE FIVE. iNBwsp THE DAY ! At ML PEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Principal of Schools of Bor- h is Ke Three OTHER TEACHERS ALSO AJ 88 I to 3U 7 97:; OW iitttvetM Vies SwU ml His ttme Ht*v ; Sptcixl to Th* Courier. .. . ^special.. naeetinj of Uw school board Pri«»3f · erening tbe^date. .. of; tfre class w»s~ changed from Tuesday, May " . H. H. B«Lone "waV . 'for a * ttorte-yiar' :ferm,;.at per year. T*« following tMch- irere elected ;.--. ·· .: ;' '. · : . · " ; · ' · Grades.-- Delia rtoVaux, ' Carrie E. ' Edith; . Zundell, ' Dolly - C. |Mitchell, Lucille Noil. AiUUide P. |Kaansay, Vida E^^Stumar, Marearet |N. ;Hurst, Maolla .N..Gilee,: Charlotte £12. Page, Grace E. Brown, Su*an QTer; ^ly.rviola Stevenson, Is* OJ Chri»taer, ·jOpal 14. Berthel, Mrs. Presley Jlurvt, jJAnna Edwards, Araminta ·'·- Galley !fary A. Ramsay, : Era Plotner -and i Bertha Springer. | High School.-- .Blanche M. Galley, ^Francis E. Boals, Dorothy M. Morris, | Anna B. Yothers and aiargaf et Fulton. | Jio assignment of rooms were' made f.noorere saiarie* f i i # d . " - . - , ' ; » , . I :: HUM* S. SpN*»aa.~ ' ' | Tlomaa S. Speakman, aged 83 years, | diet very suddenly atJiii'Vest AVMb- liagion street bom* on Saturday iora- |ing'at 10.30 o'clock". . Funeral sendcte | were held from his late residence on I'Moaday afternoon at 2 o'ehxt and. hi- II tarmenvyill follow' In ; the' Mt Pleas- lantccemetary. Mr. Speafcrnan, had D«n. I a resident of thia -town for the past 1 12 years, and previous , to that had been a riYerman. for 36 years, stationed at Lock No. ft at Rice'? landing.- He 1 is surriTed by hii wife and two- tons, Traiiam D., Mt. Pleasant, and Jamta J., WHkiMborg, aati' one daughter, Mra. ; ;Villiairf C. : ,GaUay of "Weit "Washington street. " - V Ifilllam Snyder of Camp Lw, one oC tfce first draftees to leaV« the town, Is horn* on a farlobgh. ·Miss Dorothy Morris I» spending thf : week-end 'with : friend* in John *· town. . ' ' " - . . ' · · j..'- Mrs. Morton Echard ha* ngunrid to ber Mountain. Lake Park home after a visit paid friends here. V M T« An Read the ad*«rtbeinf eotaoos of H Daily Crater. Ton wfll fl»4 thta. ) Try ow ela«sifled ot'tb* Put COB- . from tba F1I« of Th* Ooarl»r. - , . .: FRIDAY, JtPlUl/ 97, 18*S. . Coke . trade , prospects 7 ; are a shade br.ia*hter tirt weak./' Shipments during: in* -past we.elc-. av*rm«eil;ji73 cars -dally, * marked: tn-creasis'ov.eft/ the preceding 1 week. Waceii'TCMatir the same. Coke ' ' . . . " Captain. E.,'j:inJi;:-L'. r Er. £h*ell.' J. R. -^ luShane -and ·vefcerarii" ."a "i^en,4t 'the -" uny ell ing. : of ' " · ' r . Ca,chblic*,aBno«iicV a; plan- 'it recon- rtrnct!nc"-.'*H*N bld^'ciiiwh^buildini?-: at Prospect »tre*t and Orchard alley for a P»rooh'i»l »chpol, the work, to be done ' ' ' ' Robert *'W. Mobrc an£ Miss -IT-ary E. teuton are .married' .In the Catholic chuwSi. Father MoOerrmott officiating:. ·;Ir. S.'S. Staha abandons.:the practice of iwdicine and" associates ;-himself of J. R. Balrfej; * Co.\ · '.'.' '.Movement ia. under way .at. .Mount p]a*san't t o - b u i l d - a "nw; "opera house; The Odd Fellow* subscribe $2,300. ·'· .'-·'· "'· : A new Reform'ed'church'jLtRiif£sda.le, ii''frwne structure costing · $2,lCf), Is . . . . : . - -'·· J*me* W.- Coehran di*s. !at : his .home in' L "Lower Tyrone : township 'trbm In- jurie*. received, in an encounter -with an enraged bull. He' was well fcrio-wn. throughout this and adiolnins' counties M one oC the pioneer cake operators; He built the Jimtowh coke w,orlc3. . . Workmen ! are- en^raffed " I n pulling down the old JTethoaist Episcopal parsonage ih.-Fayette' street to make room for a hi ore modern boJIdtoff: . - . ''.' : Th* marri*ge of MiWt RaohJ* Batun. a', daughter of Max Baum, Unlontown clothier,; and./Hr. ..-Hlrooh : .oC Curntoer- land, 'is solemwilzed. ·' " ' ·'· Peter Thyle-di«» at Moyer from injuries received ta theijolnes- · Ixt Rush .pnrriiaBes two lots on th« South Side' from the ShaHenoerser ·heirs for S«CO. - · - Jtev. H. T. Ittmilton ot New Jersey. aoe«pt ,.c*ll. ,tp "the-, reiulftr " B»ptJe^ clorch bif^Connellavfile." ' " · ' . - : ' . . . : Snp«rhiiendent George A: Monson of the .ConBeltovHlja. A-^few- Havon, ,G»s and W»ter-coni»p»ny cloae* B--- contract- wjth · lh*-.Pe«iniick.y railroad. to,JurnlBlj . watet t or- p*»«eT^er coach« "** and ·"·tltlona Along Uie lln*." A piiiejs to .'be erected oonvanient. point and the water li to be- hauled to the several stations and to Plttartmrg 1 In cars prepared especially for -thjit parpoac. Jaanea To|ral, coke worfcer »Dip3oy«d. at 'the 3fcatrrdmrd worta, drinks. "Rough. on Rate" and dlc». . . m»mAT. APHII, ax ;is»s. '·'-. leta(il«d report of the -CJoniieUBvll)* coke trade for the "week ending 1C »bowa a .total of 18.606 brerwi .in the reaVm, of wfefeh 15,023 »r* In bla«t tnd 3,^fl5- Mle, wltti. a- total (rathnated pro- ehicttoh'bC -155,037 ."loni. -"-''"'* - ' - " . , ~" ' ShipcnenU for the .week aggregated 8,275 car«,'~diBtrfb'ated -'ai'.'Jbllows: . T o PltUbqrg. 2,S4G ears; . to point* we»t, 4,073 cars: to points 'e»st 1^306 cars; a, dvoreMe of ' 140 cars an compared · wi-th the prt^ioaa week. . . ". . P. Hrber of Hoovtr»iritle r S»omer»«t. covhty. Is pat off -a train »t -Huston rtatinn and startt. to walk to Marbltf ·HilL He lie* dow»X'(n^the trick with h.'fl head 1 on -tile rails arif f««t freight No. 97 oru*hea out hla life. A'.feud that ibas exted-- among the Pcrttati. fwnJHe* at Moyer leads to a riot, in Vhfch »ereral per»onji are In- 3nr«d. · ; · - · . · · ; . ' * . OIK of the fiercest: wfhd»torRts the coomtry ha* ever witnessed .«rw-eep« orer Coztn«Uvr11Ie.. About 600- feet of Mnboardb, erected In the various part* of town for the- benefit of the. Ringllng circus. Is blbyrn down. · · .^..ita^riage llceiiseit.-ar.e granted, in .Union town, aa follows: . Patrick Connolly and Miss Mary Kennedy; both Lei-aen- rlngT No. 1; Joseph iTcMastera of Con- ncllsvU]c,.and Hosa.Stanley of Brownsville; Matt-how- Thornton o£ Va-ndcrbilt, and Clara Ogrlethorpe ; of Jkelsenrtng; James'.Kamag-e drvd' Anastbria. Clifford, both of ConnellsvMe; Jo/m Rosa of Con'nellaville/and Anna Lehman of Nw Haven;.'Albert Leslie Brown and Minnie Ream, both of - South Connells-' Til JO/. . · - · . · ' . . . . .v " -Mrs.'J..F. Humbert. 61 years olrf, die* of apoplexy at her home in Francis .uyentie. 'ConneHsville;. » i · John ;D. Snedddn, 2? yearjs old, a meirtber 1 of the. H.. C. Frlok engineering corps, dJs at! Birmtingiiam, -Ala. 'TJio body Is brought to his former 1 home at Trotter: . , . . . · Joseph LeUdity, 50 years old, dies at Jiinlata. - : . BoYbugh'.Engineer S. M. Foust and tils'corn a of en'sineors .ar/e engaged In tho ; . survey o£ 1,500 acres oC land in Sprlnsfield township, owned by the Bifiani .heirs. ' ! ' -' . The boys of Company p are hourJy expcdlng: orders, to jro to war. . · - 'Cpn-sressm-a-Ti R. F, 'Ache-son, recommends ·T-libmas.'W.'-Scott for postmaster at-Xe-tr Haven. ..Other candidates are ·John_ Jo'hnsonr · otherwise' known.-as "Wash," J, J. J*leiiiltiff and M-iss Ellxa- "beth CaMabaii. The f.dffico pays 582," ·a'..year...'"-a : M. Miller is .Uie retiring postmaster,,; .'·--'· '-' '·'··· '. · TH1TRSDAY, A P ill L 23, 190S. ;·· .Detalld'. report-of tii'a. .-ConaiellsvUle cohe trade for. tihe week endlnff April IS 4how^ of 37,474; over-s In the region, of which 14,2(15 are. in b'la*t find 23,^00 idle, w4th an 'estimated output of 1*7.758'ton's'. ' .' '.; Ship.n^eri'ta f o r " the-.week agr^resatod 6,173-cara,-distributed as follows: To .Plttebiirgr,, li,208 cars: . to.- points' west, IM60 caTs-;. to points east 445 cars; an increase-oi 14(.t w-r as convparea with fcbe prevKnrs week. '1 Public.building blJl' reported In the House 1 at Washing-ton con-tains an appropriation: of .§70,000. additional for pcwptofDice bttUdln£T""'at Con-nellsville, thts being In addition to. 520,000 al- · reftdy appropria.ted for a site. . Judson Braper of Conn-etlsvHle, and M3ss Ma,TJe FVM of Duntoa-r, are mar- r l e d - a t - t h e Pirst-Baptist parsonage by thevRev. E-. A,E. PalmauiBt. "Henfy H. "Witt, a well known .carp enter, dies at his home, at TVKeeler, ·H'e waa-'u9 years old. X George A, Mimson. Is elected captain Qf GMnpa-nyrp-tQ' »ucceed:.Captain .T. H. ^impsoTi. who resigned on account of going to PIttsbnrg. · '· . Mrs. "Robeoca" Davis, 65 years old, ·widow .of · Solomon Da-vis. d]o-s at her homo iu North PittsrtjurE street. Mr*.' Elizabetti Martz. 00 years old, Tpidow of Jonathan Martz of Somerset county, dies at the home of her daughter. Mrs. P. D. Shumaker, Eighth street, Greenwood. s "'Robert "W. Herbert.. who began his i journalisUc career on The Courier, Is [· married"to Miss Sarah McGinley Black. ; ifr«.- Mary. Seihert. 5P years ol-d, dies of paraJysi* tvt Tawpofi.. ' .W.or-k"(s started by. Contractor "WI1- llatn aicCormlck In the excavation for the new : Second National Bank bulld- t · J. TV, Rewer,' former Bunarin-tendent of fche'Fayette County3as company. IF trattaferred from Johnsionv-n to Cincin- natt .. He; is placed hi charge of. thti con»trutrtoTi - of a pipe line system, {;· TV". KJ HJffh*erser, · agent for the "PennftylTarria Ra 11 road corn-pan y \ n CotihelWviHe for 13 years, is promoted to.'be pnseenj?er afrent,. with headqunr- 'ters at Qreenaburg. -. T*werrtT-three head of horses, three cows and 'a Rn»; barn of. the Mount Pleasant Coke company at Cerpctrter- | town, near Mount Pleassint, are burneil. -.Council takes, the first step In legal action against the Connelisrille \Vajer company with a view » · having- Its franchise rlgilrts declared forfeited. . / D I V I D E N D S FROM PLEASURE. · ."'Somehow- or : other; It- 1 .Is- hard for Swine'.of ;TIS to realize that work is, not a corse; that the roan wlio would find rent happiness can find no better place to seek It than-In hlsV- orIc - Work Is play' when approached in that manner. ·But we have- been making onrrselves -.believe, that work is unpleasant aierely because it is work. We can never reach thatbright place in.the sunlight of suc-j cess'Which-we call the "top of the lad-' , dcr" as long as we pprsist In adopting JAhat attit-ude, ,Kolopy'ever faaJs, and | nolody ever will.--Industrial Cooser i. New York, ..-' ' . '· · '" j WITH NEMGIA i . Use Soothing Musterole . When- those sharp pains go shooting through your head,, when your skull seems as if it would split,'just rub a little Musterole on your temples, and neck. It draws out the inflammation, soothea' away the pain, usually giving quick relief. . - · - . ' · Musto-ole is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard. Better than a mustard plaster'and does not blister. Many doctors and nurses frankly rec- orinaend Musterole for sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia/ congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, | lumbago, pains and aches of the back or i oints, sprains, sore mttscles, bruises,! chilblains, frosted feet --colds of the; chest (it often prevents pneumonia). It is always dependable. ' 30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50. SAVE YOUR EYES TTOH ACCTJKATELT FETTED GL.VSSES. : A. LJucker, 0|*. D. OiTOMEIRJST. - 105 9im«» PtttflmtK Strttt, CoaneU»vjlje. Children's 29c i Mnslin : Drawers ' All sizes, 2 to 14. Neatly tuck- eel and well made. ((OBACKER5 P ' ' '' I2ic Children's 19c Bibbed Hose All sizes, black only--very special --the pair lie Boys' 89e Knee Pants - - 55c Boys'48c Waists - - - - - 2Sc Men's Work Sox - - - - 13c Boys' 75c Wash Suits - - - 47c Men's $1 Night Shirts" - - 79c Misses' $3 Kid Shoes - $1.98 Women's $2.25 Juliette* - $1.69 85c Matting Rugs - - - - 59c 75c Linoleums, square yd. - 49c 75c Rag Rugs - - - - - 59c ELxfcraordinary Values in Footwear Women's S5.50 Bro-wii Eid Shoes Children's $2-90 Gnn Metal Shoes . Women's $6.00 Black Kid Shoos .... Women's $S.50; Fines Kid Shoes. ....... Most Unusual Values in Children's Wear $2.00, $1.75 and $1-50 Children's Gingham Dresses Children's $1.00 ·Middy Skirts Begnlar $1.00 Middy Blouses _ Infants' 50c Short Dresses Embroidery Trimmed $1.19 69c 59c _ 29c 1.0 Crash Toweling - - 15c Be^t Calico - - - 25c Bleacked Muslin - 29c Spring Percale - - 35c Huck Towels - - 6c 9b 21c 27c 22c Aprpn Gingham - - - 15c 18c Canvas Gloves - - - - lie Women's 19c Vests - - - lie 25c Dress Gingham - - - 19c 35c Heavy Turkish Towels 29c Just Over the Bridge Connellsrillc OVcst Side) illar Catroll Battery Co. A Fuetorj Trained Buttery Man. TRY OUR CLASSIFIED ADLETS. IcAWOBD. BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion; Druggists : 'refund money if it fails. 25c IOCA-L AST) LONG DISTANCE MOTDfGS. Tri-Stflte 573. X1T Y1T flntf dtfT7 ^^Bidence 101 Hft£S ATC M Bell S42. TT» TT. UlUUCli; COJOfKlLSTTtLE, PA. Classified Advertisements Ic a Word. ISSON THE , Tuesday and Wednesday, April 22, 23 24 Coming fresh frwn a remarkable engagement at the Cohan Theatre, New York, where it was the supreme photodramatic sensation of the year, we are to see "Redemption," with Evelyn Nesbit and her son, Russell Thaw. In this, her screen debut, Miss Nesbit became a star over night. Broadway went wild ovu 1 "Redemption." It was a profound sensation, winning instantly by superb photoplay, the thrill and tense interest of its narrative, the great mother-love displayed by the heroine. Miss Nesbit's truly wonderful emotional powers, the excellent cast and fine stage direction by Julius Steger and Joseph A. Golden, nothing just like it ever had been seen before and Broadway enthustically welcomed the novelty. Special music for this show which starts at 2 o'clock each day and runs continuous until 10.45 P. M. Prices, Afternoon, lOc and 20c; Night, 15c and 25c. Don't Miss This Big Show

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