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April 30, 1918

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+ UTOJt ConneOsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 6,738 VOL. 16, NO. 145. CONNELLSVILLE, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1918. BIGHT PAGES. 'IERCE ASSAULTS DRIVE , THE GERMANS FROM LUCRE; FRENCH OCCUPY THE VILLAGE indendurg Forces Driven From Remainder of Ground Captured Yesterday; Comparative Quiet Reigns Today in This Region Following Bloody Repulse of the Huns. APRIL WORK OF , RED CROSS TO BE ON DISPLAY ·AVY FIGHTING RENEWED IN AYRE SECTOR ' . By Associated Press. LONDON, April 30.--The French now hold the entire village Locre, west o£ Keminel, says the official statement from the r office today. . In the vicinity of Locre the French by counter attacks yes- day afternoon and evening drove the Germans from the re- inder of the ground they had gained in the morning. The. rmans having been heavily repulsed all along the northern tie front the night passed in comparative quiet. During the night the British advanced their lines east of lers-Bretonneuk on the front before Amiens. GBAT FIGURES LITERALLY COA'ER GROUND. 'WITH THE BRITISH ARMY IN FRANCE, April 30.--In · nt of the defending positions gray uniformed men. lay in at numbers today, representing the awful price paid by the -mans in their attacks. This morning the allied line in Flans -were to all intents the same as when the Germans swerved ward yesterday. Thus far the German capture of Kemmel 1 has .done them little good for the allied artillery has kept Public WU Be Given Opportunity to See at Thursday Evening. . EVERYBODY IS INVITED Great Array o{ Articles Will be Exhibited nt the Bed Cross Hendniiiir- t«rs In the Old High School Building ·with Supervisors on Unnd to ^Explain Thursday night from 7.30 to 9 o'clock the public of ConnellsviUe and community will be given an opportunity to witness and inspect the April allotment of work of the local American Red Cross when a display ot all COUNCIL ORDERS A NEW MOTOR STREET SWEEPER AT $6,000 Machine. "iVUl Take Place of Tres^iit Antiquated 'Method of Cleaning. VISIT WITH BOYS AT EMBARKATION CAMP INSPIRING HOOVER OPPOSES DEAL Head of Department of Finance Contends City Hits Jfot F.nough Streets to Warrant .Expenditure; Council to look for Uarbage Furnace Locution, Connellsville council last night put an end to the extended debate as to Col. James J. Bamlmrt Comes Home Bubbling Over TVith Enthusiasm. ALL ARE ANXIOUS TO GO Sot a Slacker Among the Men Who Went Out From Connellsville nnd Wlio Shortly Will he in the Thick i£ the Fight, Dediires the Colonel. EVERYBODY HUSTLING TO PUT CONNELISV1LLE OVER THE MILLION BY SATURDAY COUNCD. 10 ERECT STORAGE BUILDING UNDER VOUCH BRIDGE Boy Scouts Now Have $12,000 in Subscriptions to Credit Home 'from a visit to the embarkation camp where the One Hundred the necessity of a motor street sweep-} T e n t h Regiment is assembled awaiting er by authorizing Purchasing Agent! l h e ca " '-° so to France, Colonel James Roy W. Hoover to buy one-r-an Elgin J - Barnhart. of Sunnyside, today de- machine--at an expense o£ ?6,OOQ. The clared 'hat the visit was one ot the Made to Tale Young Canrassers There in Autos. purchasing agent was the only one to oppose the purchase. He talked and most inspiring events in his life, and he, with his Civil war experience, has voted against it. The other tour mem- I witnessed a lot of great scenes. Every hers voted for the addition of thejP e r s °n in the region who has a rela- equipmenu I t l v o or fr '-'nd in the camp would be Council also voted to get rid of one of the street teams wliich, Superintendent B. L. Berg of the Department benefited by seeing the boys as they o£ Streets, declared is "eating Its I ing, wait transportation across the AUaa-. !poscfl jlm tne hook and ]adde tic, said Colonel Barnhart this morn- | v, e s t or ed there, if poa Discarded Paving Block Will Be Used . _ , _»_,,«, For Purpose; Permission »f the i INVADE NEARBY TOWNS County Secured. , · Annoyed by thefts of feed from the stables in East Crawford avenue] Preparations where the city teams are kept council proposes to construct a. brick structure under the Crawford avenue between the east abutment and Water street for storage purposes. It is pro-I py . w frAT? posed to use discarded street paving! -kAj J; UJ1 block. The permission of the county commissioners has been secured and Assistant Solicitor J. Kirk Renner was instructed by council last night to have an agreement with the commissioners drawn. While the subject was under discussion Councilman C. W. Ults pro- Presentation of Honor Flag Will be 31»de an Occasion of Jiote by Those Who Jlare Worked so Hard for It; Reported Total Stands at $906^00. The total of Liberty Bond subscrip- · I I 1_ T- u 1. 3 L 1 C C I O completed articles will be belt! at tho tcQded local Red Cross headquarters in the old high school building. Beeming it advisable to hold the display ..at this time. In order to stimulate a greater Interest in the work and to acquaint the general public witli the splendid work which is being done hy the chapter and its auxiliaries, the date of the head off." The purchasing agent was instructed to secure bids for the equines, that formality being required by third class city law. Opposition - of Councilman Hoover to lhe street sweeper was based on the claim that the city has not enough streets on 1 which to use it. He con- be useless on Crawford avenue. West Side and Pittsburg street from Fayette street northward, on account of the uneven surface of the paving. Jever was there such discipline as is exercised there, said the colonel, whose son, Evans L. Barnhart, is among the hoys awaiting the orders { to move. Without exception, be de- · clared, It is lhe best disciplined camp which he has ever seen. The boys are extremely anxious, said Col. Barnhart, to get to France. : tile truck. He also wanted to j turned in ( t r u c k s . The garages do not| p ] U ggf ng * way ta territ ^ has care to hare them about owing to the tK Qn practically cleaned out by the odors arising therefrom. men , s cattvassilJS teams . £/,,,,,, : Council had no figures at hand on! s U ]| trickle in from outside districts. ,'| the dimensions ot the proposed build-j The scout campaign will be rarrle(i There are uo slackers among tliem. he . indicated. This, he said, should be comforting to the folks at home. ·Relatives and friends of the soldier . ' DIT I C Tft "UilO 1U During the discussion of the sweep-i boys swarm in and about the camp! er Councilman Pryce called attention ' " ALLIED FOKCES ADVANCE BRITISH HEADQUARTERS IN FRANCE, VIA OTTOWA, ·il 30.--The Allied line has been advanced between La Clytte I Kemmel. The Franco-British forces also have made some gress south of that region. crest so smothered in shell fire that it has been impossible! shipment was postponed from May i the enemy tO Occupy it in force. ' i to May 3. The general public, the auxiliaries from. Vanderbilt, Pennsville. Belle Grove, Ohiopyle, Poplar Grove, Dunbar, Mount Braddoek, 'Juniata, the Vanderbilt Fancywork club and all others who arc 1 assisting in the work, are invited. The display will iaclude hcinital supplies, surgical dressings and knitted articles. Mrs. Louise Reynolds is supervisor of the hospital supplies, Mrs. J. L. Gans, supervisor of surfi^- cai dressings and Miss Harriet Clark supervisor of knitting. Tho chapter completed its allotment for the month which is as follows: Convalescence robes, 24; American pajamas, 90 pairs; French pajamas, 96 pairs; bed jackets, 2-1; bandage foot socks, six pairs; French and American drawers, 120; French and American undershirts, 120; hot water bottle covers, 12; American and French sheets. CO; American pillow slips, 60; French pillow slips, 60; bed The diapiay oE completed articles will be wonderful, and all should not miss the opportunity given them to witness it. At 8.30 o'clock J. Fred Kurtz, chairman, of the local Red Cross, will administer the oath of allegiance to persons who hereafter will wear the regulation Ked Cross uniform, which can be worn only while working for the Red Cross. A permit to wear the uni- HEAVY ARTILLEBYUyG IJf AYRE REGI05. PARIS, April 30.--Heavy artillery fighting occurred last '.ht north and south of the Avre in the sector of Noyon a'ad Dg'-the Oise, the war office reports. : . .. The statement follows: The artillery battle was waged with considerable violence :th and south of the Avre in the sector of Noyon and on the th bank of the Oise. French "patrols were active along all : front and brought back prisoners. ; "On the right bank of the Meuse, Verdun front, and in Upper ace German detachments were"repulsed.by our fire, leaving ioners in our hands without obtaining any result," to some spots in streets needing repairs, directing attention especially to one in Ba-st Crawford avenue at Mountain alley. At the suggestion of Superintendent by the thousands. "I haven't seen as much kissing in 10 years as I saw last flunday," he said, describing the meetings of relatives with the soldiers. Col. Barnuart was accompanied by Mrs. Bnrnhart, They arrived at the AMERICA'S ARMIES ARE INTRODUCED ; YESTERDAY BLOODIEST Ytl FOR GERMANS. LONDON, VIA OTTOWA, April 30.--The correspondent! h the British army agrees that the enemy yesterday suffered | hing less than a disastrous defeat. It was the first phase of battle- in" his desperate attempt to capture the i of hills' held by the allies, which endanger his possession of ant Kemmel. The Germans have probably used 13 divisions :n the east of Ypres southward on the line of battle with two :e northward, and tie violence of the gunfire was never ater or more unceasing at any period of the war. ' The successful allied defense made the day the bloodiest yet ierienced by the enemy as attack after attack was smashed by | form, signed by a.member of the ex- illery.. and infantry fire. The Germans had already suffered ecutive committee ot the Connellsville ·vily on Sunday when their concentration of troops was ght and shattered by gunfire. C. "V. ULts ot the Department of Parks and Public Buildings, council arranged to meet this afternoon to look over a location for garbage incinerators. Tomorrow morning the solons will go to the South Side to thmg look into the matter of a proposed · pleased the colonel, Judging by his j sewer la Chestnut street, provision i commcn ts on reaching home. for which was made by a. former coun- j During their visit Colonel and Mrs. cil. The agreement has not been.car.- j ]3arn j lart ^ et - a - nur ab'e'r"of the" boys ried out. Council will meet with Tom ; of company D and the hospital corps. Davidson relative to claims ot his, a m £ m g tnem Major R. S. McKee, mother, -Mrs. Jean H. Davidson, in re- I Lloy( j J. Shaw, E. W. Powell. J. B. turn for concessions granted the city jc'ujieo, Milton Bishop. Oliver .Moser, in the laying of a sewer across her j John Smith| Scolt Lysinger, William By Asspclatfid Press. WASHltVGTO.N', April 30.--Three bills to increase America's man^ power in the war were introduced to- i day in the senate. into Vanderbilt and Dawson during this week. The boys will be taken to those places in automobiles to pick, up any loose subscriptions they can secure. Already about 10 boys have qualified for the medals offered by the soverament '" rhen a soout sells bonds ^ 10 d v iffcrent persons. The boys who won medals in the second drive will be given bars. The scouts report each evening between 8 and 9 o'clock, at Homer's store, where the returns are made to Scout Commissioner A. 0. Stone, The boys expect to have a good sum to re- camp Saturday morning and remained until yesterday. They had quarters some distance outside but were; entertained while in. camp at the Y. i «. . . «. ir C A am! nthpr niaces Everv- ortcrcd one authorizing the President i port by tbe end of the week. .H. u. A. ano. otnei JJ.UCLS. ^*". to call immediately 1,500,000 men u n - ' Connellsville's official quota is still ""* , R f* J" ,? ',! !ier the selective draft law. i low on account of the first payments Senator Reed of Missouri, offered | being delayed in so many instances. one to add 3,000,000 men to the army, j Persons who have bought bonds*from land. The Bell tolwhone conduit ordinance was not ready for .-o-lntroduc- ..Senator Smith- of Georgia introduced a resolution proposing to raise the army to 5,000,000 men. CHAUTAUQUA IN JUNE Struble, Tweed Stafford and George Minnis. They ail sent greetings to the folks back home. lion last night, but probably will be j Mrs FranK showman, Miss Eva at the next regular meeting. May 1 ;! - showman and Miss Anna Mary Col- J. L. Stader ar-pcared before cour,-;il i b o r n rcturned wit |j colonel and Mrs. relative to improvemnts to West Church Plt.ce. He was instructed to take the matter up with other property hollers end present a petition to council. Request of the Pennsylvania Railroad company for readjustment ot assessed valuation on three lots In the Third ward was not disposed of. It being the opinion that the assessor should be consulted. Barnhart. MISSES HIS MOTHER T/etints Lesson By {icing Sent Far Away Writes Continence Jloy. ll l only wish it was time for us to come back home. That's the way wiUi boys. They never mias their mothers Council approved the purchase by : until they are far away from them and the New Haven Hose company of'j especially over hero." Thus does £5000 m Liberty Bonds out ot tho i Corporal Clyde R. Brown ot Con- Firemen's Relief [und. fluence. who is with tbe American muse ox ! TABIS IS BESOtEB. UUS, April 30.--The --long range 'bardment ot the region ot Paris .· resumed this morning. JLCfT A3D AEE STBLL AT OBUS. Red Cross, will have to be received before a Red Cross uniform, which will be worn at the wearer's expense, may be donned. Following the display a buffet luncheon will be served. MUST ENFORCE ORDER \tSTBRDAXI, April 30.--Germany W C re slightly wounded. ,ands from Holland, says the Vos- !j Zeitung of Berlin, tue right to war materials over the Limbourg ?ay to Antwerp, the right to send ·stuffs for shipment from Antwerp the renewal'ot treaties relating to Importation ot sand and gravel. s Holland." the newspaper adds, ,3ntly yielded to Anglo-American 'sure, she must grant these condi- 'i to redress the ballot." ;om the at»ve dispatch It is ap- at that Holland and Germany aot yet reached an : agreement 'ernlns transport through Hol- COW WITHOUT FOOD; 1 POFU1ACE MOTS. 'NDON, April SO.--Serious food i have broken- out in Cracow, Ga; the Berlin Vorwaerts reports, rding to an Exchange Telegraph itch from Copenhagen. No new jnents of (ood have arrived in Cra!in several weeks. KEP GUAXDS · : XASSACJtEB BT F-DWS. NDON, April 30.--The White d or Finnish goyernment iorces, ^ captured Viborg, 75 miles uorth- * of Fetrograd, after killing nearly ;int!re force of 6,000 Red Guards, [rding to an official announcement 2; died of accidents,2; died of disease, 6; wounded severely, 5; wounded slightly, 42: missing in action, 1. · Captain Richard Lawrence Jepp was killed in action. Captain Charles A. Chambers died of disease and Lieu- j Articles May Not be Sent UP Soldiers ' !»-·.-.. TM o-- :r..,,,, o Abroad Without Order. The Post Office Department has orders to rigidly enforce the order which went into effect April 1, 1918, prohibiting the mailing of articles to soldiers of the American forces abroad unless' the article is accompanied by the written request of the addressee. This request must be approved by tenants Robert D. Coye, ''Rutus B. Crain and Francis Worthington Hine AUSTRIA REPORTKB AftABT ' iMCKERJLSG FOR PEACE. STOCKHOLM, April 30.--Tbe Catholic International Press agency announces: "A dispatch from Basel says that Emperor Charles of Austria is making a fresh peace offer, appealing to Italy to consider it in her own interests." " the : commanding officer in This order was issued as a writing, military will apply to all shipments made after .today. The shipper wil: now have to give all billing instructions for cars when they are loaded. Unless he has a bill for the ear a conductor cannot move it. The order applies to all cat- loads and less than car loads and unless it is carried out the car will not be moved. Formerly on the Baltimore Ohio HARKED.ISCREASE E? BRITISH CASUA1TIES SHOWS'. LONDON, April 20.--British casualties reported in April, reached a total of 52,475, divided as follows: Killed or died of wounds, officers, 1,621; men, 7,723; wounded or missing, officers, 7,4-17; men, 35,684. Although the complete report of casualties sustained in the recent heavy fighting in France and Belgium apparently have not yet "been made, marked increase is shown in the April figures.. Tbe total in Jlarch was 14,090, the smallest in several months. BANKS WILL BE OPEN Wednesday Evening to Receive Liberty Lotm Subscriptions. All Connellsville banks will remain open from 7 until 8.30 o'clock during at Vasa'and transmitted"from j Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ;nhagra by the Eichange Tele- evenings to receive applications for 'h company. The rebels made a ? desperate attempt to break ?igh in the direction of Frederik- JUST TODAT SHOWS TWO KUiED. April 30.--The ca»- s£ today* coniaiatd., 58 names necessity and attempts to evade it are not in keeping with the spirit ot the limes. Most of the articles which have been sent to soldiers in France are things that the soldier himself can buy at army posts and at Y. M. C. A. huts almost, always-at less prices than the same articles can be bought in this country. "If yon have a soldier friend whom you want to have some luxuries, send him the money by money-order and add the amount the postage on the articles would have cost you," says the order. ENGLEDALE FARM SOLD Mrs. Tinocli Puvenport, Proprietor, is Storing to Town, Mrs. Enoch Davenport has sold Engledale farm, along the Springfield pike, to Frank B. Nicholson, Jr., who occupies an adjoining tarm, for $2,500, and will move to Connellsville, locating in Church Place. The farm contains 50 acres. Liberty Bonds or to enable persons to j make first payments on bonds already purchased. The bankers decided to remain open at a meeting of the Connellsville Clearing Hpuse'association: Measles C«se Reported. :One case ot measles was reported. , Talios »w Position. . Miss Amelia Caretti has resigned her position as stenographer for the Delco Lumber, company to' accept a similar one with the S. J. Harry company. . Now. Hampshire Dry. CONCORD, Is'. H., .April 30.--The !\of-.; liquor . i n . New. Hampshire NEW SHIPPING ORDER Universal Through fl'«y Hilling Klf«t Effective Tomorrow. Accordiag to an order issued by Director General McAdoo to all rail- Date Announced Today; Good Talent Coming. Tbe week of June 20-26 iias been decided on as the dates for the Red- pat.h Chauuuqua in ConuellsviUe. Word to this effect has been received by E, C. Moore and further arrangements for the affair will be made soon. The entire program -will be in keeping with the present war conditions, and an excellent circuit of speakers is slated for appearance here. The men on the chautauqua lecture platform are men who have seen service and the conditions at the front in France. Nothing in the matter of selling tickets, or securing grounds has yet heen done. The chauta.uqua commit- tee expccts an a(Jvance * the canvassing teams are urged to go to the banks at once to make their first payments. The subscriptions are pledged but they do not actually count until the first payment at least has been made on them. The hands of the bis clock still indicate the total of $906,000 marked up on Friday, and it will not be moved on again until neit Friday. The canvassing teams will meet for the last time on that night at the Masonic Temple where a supper will be .served at 6 o'clock. Each team will report what has beeB solicited by it during . the week. After the banquet all the canvassers will go to the high, school where the Liberty flag to be awarded Connellsville for passing her quota will be unfurled. Arrangements for the celebration are being completed by Robert Norris, chairman of the executive committee in charge. A big turnout ot patriots is expected. Good speakers will be here for the occasion. . forces in France, unburden his mind here SOOB l ° make Ioe flrst arrange- letter to his mother, Mrs. E. B. mems ' ia P re TM u s years there has in a Brown of Confluence. Continuing he says: "I am back to the base again, and right glad I am to be relieved of .field duty for a while. The nospital has a baseball team. We of disposing of j tickets, but the annual attraction is hosnital ! alwa y s brought back by persons who : pledged themselves to "back" the affair. This year, on account of the excellent lecture program and other military numbers, it is expected to be more of a success than ever before. the scale card conld be placed on. the car, hut under the new orders the conductor must have the billing instructions. The order does not apply to coal and coko cars between the mines and scales. Shipments made from stations where there are no agents will not bo moved until billing instructions are secured through the agent'at the nearest station in the direction which the shipment is. to go. EIGHTEEN ADJVED. Bcv. Jinckner Closes Successful Campaign at Norfolk, To. Rev. G. \V. Buckner has returned from Norfolk, Va., where he conducted a 10-day campaign for Rev. C. ,M. Watson in the Christian church. The services resulted in 19 additions to the church. L Fair' tonight and "Wednesday except showers near Lake Erie, is the noon weather forecast for "Western Pennsylvania.. Temperature Eefcord. . 1918' 1D17 .maximum _ __75 67 Minimum : 49 62 .Mean --_ --__j62 ,60 fell during;. .the permitted to tell him that so he will have to wait until I get back. Well, rao'ther dear,, this leaves rae feeling fine. Hope you are the same." Brown is in the aviation service and the letter was written at Camp Hospital No. 14. FRICK EMPLOYES HaI Snbserfhed for $1,098,450 of Liberty Bonds to Last Evening. The employe's of the H. C. Frick j Coke company at the plants in the i Connellsville region arc making steady | progress to.ward their goal of $1,250,000 in Liberty Bond purchases. Up to last evening the subscriptions totaled ?3.09S,450, or an average of almost 565.00 for each of the 17,000 employes. OTjAAT) WRITES OF ARKIVAL IS FRANCE. Mrs. Mary Andis of Connellsville, has" received word of the safe arrival in. France of her brother, Frank Coland, who Is with the Seventeenth-Engineers, Company A, Describing th* orchards, which are in full bloom, he says it raakes him feel as if he wero at home. "I never saw such level subscriptions amounting to $60,000. land, and it is all- cultivated," h e ' A number of plants, including Ralph, writes. j in the Lower Connellsville district, are in the 100 per cent class, every employe being a bond buyer. Still others are expected to show equally good records before the campaign closes. EXPORT PRICE RAISED Fnel Administration Authorizes -Addition oi CO Cents to Cote Price. The Fuel Administration has au- thorlEed the addition ot 60 cents per net ton to the fixed prices' of coke sold tor export to foreign countries, or to a possession or dependency ot the United States. The increased price applies to sales P. O. B. cars at ,ovens. The order issued by Fuel Administrator Garfleld recites that handling coke for export involves certain expense of assembling, loading, selling and financing, and provides that no coke shall be sold or delivered for export to any foreign country except by permit issued by the Fuel Administration to the vendor authorizing the sale. Coal for export is permitted to be sold at $1.35 in excess of prices Thus far the Standard plant leads in ror othcr pur p 0ses , under a regulation amount of subscription too employes j i ssue ,j Dy the Fuel Administration there having taken'?6S,000 worth. I,e- Bome months aso. ropnt comes second in the'list with i -- ' SOLDIER ESTKHTAEJElt BY DA1VSOJT FBJTKynS. A. P. Turaney and daughter, Gladys Virginia, of Dawaon, gave a dinner in honor of Clarence W. Durban at their home. Covers for eight were laid. C. W. Durban, 'William C. Durban, J. C. Durban and Dr. H. J. Bell o£ Dawson; Louis E.- Bayne and Dean Veucls or Beaver Palls, were among those present. Mr. Durban is home from Canlp L-ee. ' MISS ELUfGER OKDEKED -. TO BV. HEADY TOR CALL. Miss Edn9 Pearl Klinger, a district nurse lor the Metropolitan Insurance company, who recently enlisted as an American Red Cross', mirse, has been notified to hold herself in readiness tor immediate call to service. Miss Klinger. who is a. tormer health offi- cer-o£ Uniontown, is the second nurse in the employ ot the Metropolitan Insurance company to enlist as a Red Cross nurse. Miss Pearl Thorn ot Greenwood was called into active service--several- weeks ago, being located GET SIX MONTHS Hoag Jtoys, Arrested as Pro-Germans, Sentenced t* Workhouse. William and Christian Hoag of Morgan, arrested by local' officers as pro- Germans, were yesterday sentenced to six months in the Allegheny county jail. v · Refusing to he examined for military service they were given a jail sentence to think the matter over. RETURN'S TO CA3Q*., to firman Lcvinc is Accompanied Petersburg by His Mother. After spending a furlough at his home here Hyman Lcviae returned to Camp Lee last nigrk 1 - ^ e was accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Max Levins, who will visit anotner son, Nathan Levine, in training at i? ^ same MILK PRICES ADVANCE Scottdulo Dealers Giro Xotice of In- « crease of Cent a Qnart, Owing, it is stated, to the prices producers are asking for milk, also the advance in the cost ot labor, ice and bottles, the retail dealers. oC Scottdale have announced a new schedule of prices for dairy products for the summer, effective -tomorrow. Milk will be 13 cents a quart, straight, instead of 12, and seven cents by the pint By the halt gallon the rate will be 25 cents and by the gallon 45 cents. Cream will be 50 cents' per quart, 25 cents per pint and 13 cents a halt pint. The above rate for miik is a cent less per quart than is charged at Greensburg and' two cents less than in Connellsville, the dealer? point out. One Given Hearing. Only one prisoner was given a hearing at police court Uiis morning, a drunk being fined $3.50. Sontlnrest Tnr Dny. . ' Employes of tne Southwest branch of lie ?'*Bnsylvania, railroad ver« p«jd t o t " ',

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