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May 3, 1918

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ConnellsviUe's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Dajly Circulation Last Week, 6,738 \ O L It, NO I t S CONNBLLSVTLLB P\ PRIDA") W\ CN1NG 'EACE WITH V o r d i s l o - ) i l n t i ( TAD* r j r r f icd to C o ga n n u i der ind h TERMS KAISER MAY OFFER onference of Governors and Ex-Gover- p0(]R SELECTIVES nors of Nation Called in Independence L£f[ gEHI^j) ^{|EN Hall, Philadelphia, May I 7, to Formulate Challenge to the Huns; Allies Continue West Front Gains; Germans En- slavins the Russians. IOUSANDS, IN LOCKED CARS, SENT TO FRONT By Associated Press PARIS, Mav :j.--The French made an attack lat? yesterdaj on the front between HaiUes and Caste!, southeast oi imtec-u a^d eantnren iliH 5s 1 and the ^o Ofi the Arre rrver nearby, the iar otfae announces. Contusion Arises Irom Special Btmgr Placed Alongside Ftissengcr* n tu c mollsv I I 1 o 1 t ig JP h it forma, U dPdlt w n h h LS i pen INpaiul 01 M suUi i m i r m r i b a i thc IPS on is LP-rviin to hrt.\L t mo^t ·uuuu f f f n t n i h s u m r i f f i n R an} uul ver [ornt of itJMLi U t w o i l d refill d i s t r e l i t a b l v upon unu( 1 \ t U e t-, L e ' U » r of s p "um p u n o i ism ind lojaln- somt, tla i h o d u r i n g i discussion amon* r m p t t u t f th" B J t m i o i t i. O h o i t i l i o i i in tlie t a l i ro m it til D olIUc t ( i l y n c h i n g ai L o l l i n s Mile Ul nf V t,ei t h e a l l e g e d p-o- Ocrnian "\\ K i ougiennm an en g i i e c r gi\ ^ x r r e s i o n to L -omark B l ^t i 1 Mautt Bin. ttenrr br in TIL n Uit- c U i roon IISL i s on o\ i th Th^v i s s r r u d t 1 it M \ i i t v p r r ^ s o r io LDC \ f i r r l t c Ihi. i suit-, f ·* u^ CX ~t t v n r o i l n ) l l t in in mo nd )i * p i t s HP i u In. djr^ i J i «. m t i, i* no t id i I \o^il u (( i UM tc r t p o r i f n \ o Mj,n on tu Ui o of IM I Q a tv HUNDREDS LOOK BY RED CROSS Official Returns Show Total Subscriptions To Be $918,600. u \ \ n t K n i c t j i si Pnou a n d W I I I I L w ts max S !O Ipl cc. nmt i of H C f i l j U . i r t c r v in Old KiuMiiu; riironeed I or First invpictmn. BOY SCOUTS RAISE $24,700 THEY GET THERE HOWEVER lelceraptnc Order Hold* Ilest 01 Lot Jn Fittabnre [ ntil Belated Qneb lr r i \ e , Ibiial I arce Ihrong Oct t-o SP« Boys Off for J-ort Ihomas Aj. Through i trusunderstajidLns at the NE\V YORK May 3--For tbe avoued purpose of convinc- Baltimore £. Ohio staton vcsterdaj Gennanj and the^Entente powers that the American people ever ing four drawees Uiree of Distnci 1 accept nothing less than peace with \ictorv a conference of 5 and one trom No ~ massed the spec rernors and ex-governors uill be held at Independence Hall, iladelphia, Ma 17 it TVOS announced here todi, in connec- n with the convention of the League to Enforce Peace "Indications are that the failure of the German drive on the stern front -wilt mark the beginning of fresh overtures from Ohio passenger train NO 65 i loca Central Powers * said Charles E Hughes m a statement ex- to p t sburg pulled in on the w«st jmrg the purpose of the conference ' Defeated in her su- bound track Moat of the people it me efforts Germany without doubt will offer terms morei l h a antageous than any the Allies have heretofore received." iM iram and had to go to Pittsbu-g on No 65 an accommodation tran leaving here al 6-.0 A few minuter a f r e r the arnval of ram a f he star ion Balamore J*. SOI TH C O N N L i LSUI J L PA. \ I i \ - U1S To C it /er s of C o n n e l l f f i i le and VtuiniLj- -In reUrftitf to he ch irc;es of d ^lo^ i t t j to be (jO\rrnnicn ^i thi L n i t t d Statt«j and tn i n s u l t tr he \mcritai ftdg for \ 1 ich 1 uris de r end4.fir Hednef-da^ algt L or fore i-tit ! \ u u \ c n m n i t t , of it i o t i k i i P Lgrur of C o u n e l i c ^ u i c { dp»n r to siato hat [he h a r g ' f s as p r c f t r r t d ig in^i mo were in the m in ror"fA and so pro ed O u r m u an 1 ! prc-iiion rocnth m h cal roon 01 t B A. 0 Riilroid i.irfn.nv g r o w i n g 0111 of t h t I j n c h u ? o he p i o G c r r a a i Praege ! = i d 1 v»oi)Jd j-athfr KJSS the K i i s t r han the Hdn One trin la p a j L r u U r rps^ntcd this ^ta emcn anri w p had a h - ? t e d LO i tro\er'i% V'ihen t comrnittfe Jrorn br f x i j a l t v Lea^up a n e to m house vter to question m^ about mv r^niark I d e n i e d t b i t I nad s*,ul U Ho'ftfMr t n r ^ wttnessei quGfitiont.d hv m nber* nt liif cotn-nit tee all test fieri Jia t I did sav u -utd 1 now make puhhr acknovs 1 dgc n^Dt of mv gui i My onl dcfer-e is tha 1 did not rac^n u as Uiev indtrstood it. 1 aru i Ixi'va Am^ncan citizen and ha o no use for ihe K a i s r Ih-" sentence of t h r t ommitter HOS Jiat t lake puhlu a jvnOA ed^ernnj nf m\ 5ualt in the t w o Co nellavillrt pao* r. ind thit a t o o ^ 01 ihi* lor ter bo posted on the bu letm hoinl n n» room w h r r t t h f -ei^ar-v was made aid t agree io his as an ruom ation for nii nffcnsf iSi^nr-dj TV 11 COtGH 1 - NOl R. MANY WOMEN TAKE OATH Teams Report Affain Tins L ' cnjujr at {a*omc Icmplc Luiuheon. GfiAM) T\r\Dtl» LN blGHT Than Jlondred TVnrker* v-woar ' Full .Reports Bo a( flus B.USSIAS. MOSCOW \ I ^ \LADIVOSTOK May 3 --i nt of the inhabitants o* occupied territories and constant re- .siUoning of focds are provoking great resentment and caus-j cross \hen the wes armed clashes In a village in the BCie\ district the irihabi-j were clear ~* its resisted the Germans for three da\s with machine guns ^ eforci ^ e P a sstnger and 1 nfles and wer^ subdued b the use of armored cars. In the government of Minsk ihe Germans seized able bod- persons in the streets ? id in their homes and are sending m to Germany in locked cars ^tattoo though Jie passenger n would pull up before tbe spec ii left Most of tl e No 2 d-afti.es had gotten across th° track ·, ahtaa of the p-isfenger and boarded the special ( a n d Thr- 3 * No o dra.ftees and OUP from .,-,1 D strict No ~ however esnecicd to bound track? The special pulled out la were left \Mth no other means for getting tiic men to Piuzoiirg -hey were placed on board No 65 and a telegram s^ni ahead io hold up the t.ppcia.1 A crowd of peopl p coin posed of thousands waa at the tiation to wit neas tae departure o*" ill* selective BRITISH 6U 0 A3IIES F R O S T . LONDON, May 3--In the neighborhood o£ Viller^-Breionneus the front near Vnuens the Bnnsh gained the advantage m t ' o r For£ Tllomai! K ? Tb « al fighting during the nigh L he war office announces 7 arrh , d ? tie " I ' ltlon in R On the northern front there was acme arUllerv fighting tonnM-vH *s ootn S ,at nu ecially near Gnenchy, the forest of Nieppe and Ixere and i JVery man caf]ed » iy ljOC ^ th Of Tpres i for both Districts Nos 2 and ® i wered to the roll cal .hat w u rteat xi h B. i- Sm th o n e if me men ^rcfeent as decided v pro- i t i n i L p ind un American ome LOQ ro%crs" ensued Iwtweea Cougnenour i nd liter knowledge of he ncldpnt ca^e io ^ 1 A.nt,k presi dent of t h e Ixo.It Lp-ague He to-. scihe- m t b Re% J L. ProidjQu J L t,^ans and X\ tlliirn McConrtick rormer a con miitec f o conduct, an m *es igaLwn m o -be facts fh^ com. ·nrUee \ i ited Coigh^nottr ax hi*! home in Sot Ji Connelly HP isLing im o tiu.) I 0i,-'E.] EoQiiA He informed t] em i,bai he -ad a rcadv beer debaJng w h e t h e r he voi d bu\ bonds out of fii* -nine-% -u-ccunt or through ihe 'sotiriuns cQcctnitio^. of he Bal imore A. Oh 11 i rna.4^ hi jv WP t on o* ,^-.._ · - · - - -- · · - - . _ . - - _ . _ · - ------~--fj A tbls hcannt; he Uirpp \v tm s e-» eitera^ed h e i r ^muii -n i t o n t t \ i ig the dLLldration m ^ \\ v . t u c b t n o a r m tne c.ill roon and VJG lii. er hu3»oU f r dJ.Lh ddn ut-ni nis gu U Diif rcnct, of opin on retailed among Ui merab«r-, of he con mi t t e as to the foiji of pun hmeni io h c admnisiL ed to C o M c b e n u r =orue lavonnc, dia^ne ra* is ire. b j t t vas aaalh dox-lde[ LUu tht o f *»ndt.r 1" required to * rue a lu tr s tr ng ix.e fac-- ^r n% ind rjnb d v i n £ an ^.d l r r n a l raifaGioa of puil be prm ed in ih c t ind i COT * bulk n bo r ! i a prnoi nf 0 rt Jn n i r nnn t and e l e e I E of Jic Kept i all r o o m for t ltd h n oriu d ** commit p o --e tli^ Uitr-r rmliiid Tho iDcicent. al the t«Ul oTfifp boing d e l i v e r n ne« spajF a the j lt;li r ) r f h ^ if i office US1. | ASHINGTON Ma^ ,--Tho casual ) ist toda\ contain d SS names ded as follows Hied m action, IS d ed of wounds i jied of accident 2 died of dis o, wounded sever 1% - wound lighlh oS mi^sS J n action - teutonants Thomas F 1 Moone of Antonio Tt.x and Dmsmore U hicago died as i result of acn s and Uci tcnan L- wii, iL Ldcns -tboll Mo is report d raibsing ^ THOMPSON TRIAL OPENING SET FOR j- ormcr L niontoivn J'e!tnd(.d bj PHTfaBLRG \ fjompfaon BauAer W Jll -The trial of former president of bank of UniQUtown, in t h e fedf-t il co irv hero and le/t for the fort The draftees reported for roll c^tll at -iO o clocfc n IUL morn ttg and I were then dismissed until ia Jic if ! ternooi At a 4o o Uw k a parade band formed at the annor^ and es cortetl the bo*-b J ihc btation The tiraf ees fell m b e h i n d ihe mi itar* band f/ilowed h\ ( i v i l A ^ a r j ereisi** n vetf-rani and members or ranvassmiji l v i teav Thc f etseurinK band nf (Jie j ' nnnt.ll^^-itl H i I-ricn. Coke company was P v t f p i s s n i p of hc LIBERTY LOAN RAG TO BE PRESENTED AT MEETING TONIGHT "PAGEANT OF LIBERTY" ol The el us 1 t t i n ? !iss , sihno i)ns \ ' o f ! i l e r l \ 1 w th ir( * nt I rsm ind I Tiiinotu ^ p\ei i A a l art of tnc in line followed by thp ^oJtl] ( Mile ind M p r i ^Lde \ o l u n t f P i f i r e m e n d r u m porp-. fell in [I ol the meu killed m acuou a.nd next Tnesda* accotdmg to the court \ Ro Sro , tg [ r i n M n g U p the rrar Th majori \ of the ^ oundert w e r e T Connecticut and \lissat hu ^us NT ia u --IVi ush n^wspa arc calling for -he (Stablishmpnt tnonarchj in J-^inlacd according IQ Exchange Teltgr^ph dispatch i Copenhagen \n ( rgan of thp *ant pa t\ oppnlj a d v n c d es tha G«rman prince bc apjtomted king FIUI ca.lpndar issue! todav ihc prosecu tion V.111 hc (deducted by h l^owrv H u n t s district attorne^ a lied by ^ l II Rush special assistaa Irom the of fii e of the attome general Mr Thompson a was stated would be dc funded In VS CooXp McKean of tn lontown and Rcb^r G bson former district attorney Thompson a t^r the f i i l u r * of thP b«uaK was i n d i r t c d m the fail of l O H j ou 17 counts and m the f o l l o w i n g "Uirch on 30 conn , In connecton w i l l i the failure Judge Charles P 0 r vv 11 preside at thp tnal 1TH TH \MLR1C\N AKMY IN J^Cr Ma^ 3 -- Maj r General es "vV McVndrew ha» been aped chseE of staff of the -\ftiencan =s immediately Brigadier Gen James G Hannord ^vho has General Pershing^s cl ief of staff been rffesigned to a command in field which he will take o\er this CLEANUP AT DAWSON U T K R S OBON FKO~Vh. Burgeic, I S Mel linger of Dawson Has issued a proclamation calling on the people of the t o w n to observe cletnup week fiom Maj 6 to Hi in. c Ubi\e in accordance with a procla mation bv President Wilson, and Governo- Bru.ubaugi He a ai, that it is impe r ative tha e\er oitiien be made A committee oC ed tn tbe station in nn a ton ohh* 1 The piJTide was witnessed b miny who l i n r d up ilong thp curbs of Pitts bii"g *?tr et ind Pcaeh street Thon - '·nds flocked tn the static \ Tbp t am insipid »f KOU a ea^t a^ i\ p %po\ \-. i one^ ha've ftpat vre^t to PittshurK j Thp ^ p e t i a l \\is ^n ihe ess gotien -Looard o^ rinrkh is no^= ble \t the =; atiou hand concprr^ were given b, both the Milita-j and I Pisen ring hands Both organir-auon-? lined up on ^he pJaufomi ind the miKic nevrr ceasrrl The draftees \verp itippl e l w i t h Kn tted outfits hi the RPd Crofas chap Ler SOPJP of the Italian in the con tinmen t vere proud of thru new swea ers and Chpv tl rev, opea Ltici-- Continued on Page T J V Q In-nt/d to Hitrh Sthfml for I x- ciM** nt ^ 1 inlu r e Rop- I H f l ^ p f . l k t r Llli^~itlc w i l l ceiebrite tl r /ibcrfA Ixuri rtuoia it thc liit-l srbon oriie,) t when th honoi f l i p ; t ».a n« the t l i r t stnrics i\ II np pre cntcH I ^ hidge I Ko"v pen The n t i r e a rm r T Imnd btuers in thp i f \ i=;ke 1 fo he pix^e-nt is it *· Uirn j_h t f i o pcnplo th-vi L L t l a g XMS *ci lire i \n _\K l l r ^ t program bi^ be^n i raup? 1 Thp prp^onii-iioi -v. \ ] tike plTp* | '"'l^ren P inoiit 8 !i ( Pinrl^ I T H ghee x \ i | l l^he t i t s ' - arepp t i e M^c; for MIP Pit,\ Mus nl j h t f o i " lh shurg selefUon^ \\\\\ he n pn br he f on l ^ l h* b t "l mind n(1 ! ^ n t p M linn l a u d ind a q nrtei 1J1 ll(1 (1-1 s under John DaMH TM!! sing ot Tb ^ H IK t uinn- t toi *-a ( n n h t t o n v i \ 1 u ! ho r \c rt i L i ! o t i-,u r ii,( uit A II k U t-u fci u cd -,\ 11 lx r^I h t f r r ^ u l-oni i n \ i v a c i^ in ronn \ t h i I K t \ p r hp i ei-s Heheirv {^ \ ][ he^, « j n m inip!\ the UideiHs r porii n Ii f prnonn hc^ipnm^ Monri -\ I b f \ ( U c 1 - w i l l he n h irse nf M -,^ ) n II \ i n sirnnj; , iss K ithim P l i \ n 'Mi^'« ^ e\r t j^et, \vii J-p st ) « p l rla^s pH\ hi 1 ^ \ pa Then t * m 10 T n d ~ si jdi.ni IP^ l« the Nation; I «yh1* bo Out ami l/ooks i«r Mlnlc as U P*- I InhitJnn Un^t Ho«o, NPI\ fhairraaru ^oirc n^igci into tnc great amount i c f w o r k Ire v-omen c r L opnil'suh*. . denuficd w u h he Red tro«s i r e do- 1 infe or tie bo\s i the f r o n t ojid n ny fuming camps i*as g^\en to se\ pri-1 hundred per ons w n o thronged the headquarter^ o' the chapter last' e v p n ng jn the o d n gh. school hui'd ng n j P Apr \ v c r k «as there for nepet on ud figiires xistPd on l u l l e i i n boards of w h a t has been accom p i-rhtd n total aniue the ^e^eral rie- pirtrneji · e-ir ihoi 1 * ^rork T r depa tuuD-ts were tnronged d j r u g tJu (ii IT c^enjie at urncs Jie CGI e:e-jou being so grea tl at it \ is im-vs^ ble Lp gam admittance io he sma'ler rooms Tbe "Thibiuon opened ai " 0 o clock -'nd people ?-ere t n p r p u n u l well after r * o clock \ Jie I la t t r b o u r Chairman J FYert Ku t? idm nister d the oath of al egiarce o iipuarc-i of IjQ women worker^ ia sembled ir t^ · r onneTM high school dnor um w h f h is now u*ed for a bo p ta! suppl e^ 'vrorc^oon I e'v ou to iae meeting tlie eccecu tu conam «e^ n»ld a brief session a ^ h ch Thorn? s J F oop^~ v, as ej ec ·»i (^lairmAn of te chapter nucceed nc; j Pr ti Kunr A ho s ineligible io erre on dCcouin of having been named cr u n t chairman The T- e c ig n ition oC Miss Sarah St^itoi a« secre UT \ as jvru^^Titeri bm her successor v- no hosen Mi ^e "^o n i^ ret r n^, (G i r ui of prc*^ur of other \v ^V \if r /M?H ig wt re h T Nor ton ^ p \^h* *v r Tar] \ a r n a t t a j r ^b 11 U «* L J a d^yn Mr= Josephine R c i i md Or o in 1 Gan = Thc li"bts ven out abotn B o cl^ck ajiu wen* off 'of almost i haif bour I-o r a tini koked a= f he exli b u n mu i ^" t o - i f p but at bout S oO n t ain n iga n I r i" depar uica of 'nirgica! dress I ru*i i do/ n women w e t a uort. t 1 i n^: lip c v c n ] u ^boivin^ how band igf onip CS.SP-. v pes and )tbt.r no t* s u i ( JIM Je on d r uions[ raiioj Ji t pcration of or u nit to a u c ) i am niioi \t ro-. u " hall There His Been o botTip JH fantss Po^piU 1 tact Xhat Report^ iiap Not Bo* n 3Iade rach Da J^icures compiled by tb I ibpr- (r Joan committee vhow an enor- tuoos increafr( jn the number 01 Ixind borers s f n e th? tir«t loan. JD ibe entire .it^ in the tirst I ib- *rh Ix.«an there were (7 suh- fccripoas L p unt^I tlit Uo^e o' Connell^\ille w i l l .olla* mark p^rbap 4 - Jn i.n idjonm a n-s « p e suen OL decent il m^cl'in^ uhic i i trailed t th dcpanmori e colored oiks d r t » uor^ Thr ^o-nen o\ knuitd aruclc Mm 1 S f^ne 1 D ibois unit Mice Vva hmgton is STAR JUNCTION STRONG rmploos of llaslunplon ( « a l i Coke Company Snhscribt $ ( n 4 (00 'es of Uic Washington Coal HOWE PROMOTED SupoHnlendPiH 01 Ships Vmiaunpcn nl has been madr of tne fansfei of Joha How p f orr tbe position o r gcnpril foreman at Mo ml CUre to i,hi o r ^ u p p n n t P n d p n t of shop*- of tr-p Baltimore £, Ohio raUroari at Lrlenwooc. H will be reraoiihered (Jia* ^Er HOWP l)egan Ins car or w i t h the Bal timore . Ohio it f o n n e l l s ille as en ginc cleanei w o r k i n g himself u p to the "esponbiblp ap^olnUne^lt lie 1 is just recerven Th s however did not cotnp a^ a surprise to t i e employe* a Connells \ n n r n r The )n ri rp[ 3 aL[Ou of thc K j l n ud Brethren of urch v 11 r h l r ' o l " p l v l t e s both m,. Dis I til on of ad licss at Low Mioe u Sliot Si at n t, isoi cc ncs iti Ma u share of M In' t c! mo^Uv ol ihi i 1 in f w h h Mr*. ( h i i r m \ n "S o i L, T-oirtii nf rho Kc^ f r/ s ^rn d 1 im a in the ho--p Lii sup]) les ( i p p i r n i nt X id d«mt*- « PTP m all rl pa mien-, to evplai i th \\otn ic, ires 01 th tn. les i ide bj th' 1 w o m e n c hou hat n« a h DO opo h a t e been o n p l ^d n e h ' T btgan work list f a i l \ \ i t l i hc xcppt in of t h e \p i j c i - p l i \ jost of thp^e i a \ e ectt HI to c i d o u n ^ r IJ U f d i S o v c n h e ~ i*)!~ am \ p n l J I {1J1 [hp nepa r lm?m of bur ^ i c i l ( i t sin,, lompletea tnd bhippc-d otJl f -( r S r i ir u les i iis de p am nt ind'- h u-xrvibion o r ^ h c J o i n 1 dar has been \er ac U i \ e ( IIP ar K lo^ niatie ( nhracp prat t t c d l \ UI the n^cpssme m b o s p t i l \ 1C t i ^ u t d n 1 5.5,6 " u n ; I ___ SILK STOCKING, CASE-KNIFE AND BUTCHER KNIFE FOUND IN WAKE OF BOLD BURGLAR TO AWARD MEDAL Snate Viti» Bitrhest V^eraffe in ienre to t«et Beautaipl F mblem i? Ren^selaer Fo/vtecb nc In=ti medal awarded each \ * a r to the me*nber of the gradua jng cla-^b thp higl e^t average i science ^^a hemat c« for his en jre term u- iears was receded i the hun ol thi-- morning e frst medal was a w a r J e d last T e a l u n n i a ^ i x i a t t u ot th^ ute I-N tre aonoi nf die t enal WILL REGULATE ICE ering in Commoditr M HI ^ ronnitt-td by (.-OTernmenL Bv Vssociated Pre-= and there l a s been ac keenest desire mom ' i Hls V710thei Mrs Daniel ^ J ' of a bi ibcu ta^ La ie aid onr to place their plan al thc MK fore se 1 of Somerset who *as suirmoncr * Uk c ock( ^ f re , a P5 f o u n d u front of Jie Pavettc c o u n t j coke , o his beds tie returned home chi= ( ^ hou e iu b3 the police ih*i bc Cdi works ^he ca.mpaign at St?r Ji nc morning. . ned he ^loc-iiifc to sfanglp puasinle Mon tvas organized bj Superintendent ..«,. · ----^^^-.*-.-..-**-.g"--.^-'.--------j victims ^t ihe esiiienct. of bteph i Arkvrnghi OIL i ost Yv-ajslijngto scree he entere 1 Lii oeriroom of Miss \rk j R C B e e r ^ o u e r and he and his VSHrNGToC'MaT 3--Formal no- ' s 'stants are desenmg of much piaise i ice of j b df crmination not io permit f o r tbc e i - C ( I t e Q t maa! er in ^-'ch the Th i d profi e^rmg in icp thii summer has men ven br hp race 1 \dramistra on n mikihg public a telegram to da~v ^eni to state foot admin « w a s p u l o v e r as p " opo ed to j 000 Thou t was dec ded to make it ' h a l t o' P c r r j townsmp-, allotment oC §130000 Now $11/0 QuQ ts the go*l ders bavp d of H e i r 1 - 1.0 h i.% and lr^ Uanpre h o notifv \\ Ice cea.l" i ra w i 1 be required t o fi e V.H he oc U administrai.o'"^ "n'v pro \o r.a icLuiJu'e of inc^ea^ed juices be ] fo\ ·» hp\ ^rv pu nno t i i t t t and \ i f local AUtooiit*. 6 ! ai e nahlt? o n i\en u n i C i f nal e ^ argp t b t ad ri ill 1 - ra inn it, prp^nre o u P all i power inde r The 1 ti^e prou^ioa of i-e 10 d cortrol Ian V » 1 n i t "roi i u d V unit to ht CourclKullp C h a p t e r 0 the Rc^I ro^s v is organised U c! n e = d a v n slu at i! f M o u n t 0 i v c ehu t i \ M i - t o ibe Rt,\no)r] ^ n o t= m ch t r ^ 01 the Red C i o i w o r \ 1 oom^ and Dr Kat icrine ^ a k t i i c l d Mis« Mat-ie \\mgro\e is chaiman Tair tonight change n the noo i weather Peiin^ \anja "\iiiimi ui ·\Unira m and ^aturd tp-nperaturt forecast foi \V esteir the 391S ^br \ m p:h ri\pr fe 1 during usht froni 2 tn CftU u 2 oO feet biie sc^eancd Hot ft-thc ^ v e a n n t hc though hat sne ad 1 ttle cried ou u ^ t i slpep r P n an ] ide good h e caj c J i e e a bu cl ci n.nlfc waa fou'id I e b i o k e n ca^e k n i f e tbe b u t c h e r k u i i c aud stock uj, a L the b use s office foi ident ilca^oi T h e ! n u d v,t nt to it o O.L. t end of ! town an i em r ti ihi bo i c if M 1 ui I V n r H u k n if to tl t en L of Miss I I I ian C i c ^ o r \ lu i ultcs h 1 w i i e u U Li \lc / f t i U in I tho I on h^r C i « sh ^ r t mul in Ii S 'Aax'nctl her that if the ^crciui c 1 R^ In I ^on ri joot b ic c camcd fo ^ r t l v . li t and tL nan b t r u o k hei HI ih j a thi o w i n g h r back in b"d Ic fa e i \er mi ch s«( f e n as 2 rebul r hc b u i g l i r U en en crci tbe boi c of Ld« i-l ^ t ui^ \ 1 c J o c k Mil on M ;e-^ on cr fo ti r po ! iu-i ered UDQ i csi o^ cr to th^ t^a^t Jrd T'ure h» mr Police Of i H c i - , H o ^ e i ! ud U l ) i e Nplson ! fi t h t no polic c-t i3i id CT poi -, reel and u rj t do A n Main str t to C ent r a \ t mo J u s t -sj he steppcc 01 h cur j h p i c osrii/^d ht Tid i M i ^ U c o IM i c ci L»«d an -,ta r ied f t r u i l i e fellow s^\\ h e office: inu opc" p d lire ^cl^on i a n ip C en tn JA IP and e i pi en h - r e v o h c A thi "d. ri hip, fit,u p Tbe chase top thc nullion bv en gLt r i surcl- b\ tomorrow Tbe ofic a -c tnrns ma^c b^ the banks of uie ci ^ show that J^lk j i i j ias pren ^u ) icn JCQ and Jia., i^iou" bas j en o i | ciallv reported to th^ u)unt\ ^ca.d suls-ipuon^ that h a i p not ^«, b^e i credi ed and wi h uie o u t l y i n g r 1 !. nc_s c till o be counted in togei icr w i t h je JJ lumore fi Ohio suhscnp Uons tin*, c \ w i l l *ct a-n exs-iiplr foi iLo r oujrh canvass ng to other c tics in the coun r } In the Bu3 \no her Bond ard ] Ma ch tbe Prt_ c dent campaign 1 eld here iast nigat in the Carious t ica.t e. mi teps got together e-t-rn in ie c-\e ning d.nd, di\ ded i^vO EOLT pd.n v i c ecaon going to e±ch theax e \ Four Mmutt 1 ppxtacr made 13 addrc»= and IIP performance hahcd *o a shor. jme iiDtil ihe emire boose had been can^a t ^se v 1 \ the Pa amount tr'Ld re an ex_ol en imouut vi secured ie co*mi t o gitl ng * 2 _ j C T^e Arcade u ^ a cst «i h $tMJ acd tfl solsson fo w ^ d -R-nh i to a o ^oO ^out $400 was coljecLcd at he Qrjcrun3 4 the Arcade theatre one man c aid he dwn t want ro purchase a t ^ i r l loan DOD^ si^irg he had one of ina second UatcL thc p-eaident f or th one said ^lex Hood I*!" 1 / i an\-a,-;pr Pui me d o A n for a ho id L ae pro pt*ct replied I ru 1= good t nor ^s the Pre^jdcnt. If sin 1H UKe m bond a"d if he WIB; he cai ha\c i The BOT ^couts leaned up i to i! of "2i suhcnption*- colicct n^ n eice-rient showirjp; ron^irtcrin^ hd 1 the field was covcref 1 fao wocks. ahc^rl of ihotn lv\ liie, business r^en s tpinr" Four more *^cou have «;c/*nrcd eronph ·^uinscriptions to entiUc them o V» r^ ( f o r medals won in the '^conrl 'nm The bo-v« are ICITI r-1 THI ^oi^«win Troop } Grant Cla-ke Troop - Ro crt scl cnck Troop 4 anri } H^ird j Clarke T-oop ^ towl nf 21 tfx(its have now won oj*her bars nr modi « j RcTWrts coming n r rom the ooll^- ing section 5 : ^eemeri to tndic-Tte torid^ that most of the rural di c t.ricis won d covri then q iotas J"roni Kcslai s school \ j e i m u ?2 UO \\T=; turned in and from \eme $2 _0 t i \!ne}j of thf^c- "uosrnption'i were n cash Tlie can i vasscrs n tbt)9e ^enion^ feel Hnt here * still more to get and t h r intend keeping i r n t i l Uje campaign clo^e 1 ^ ionDOi ""on The Urama of canvassers who pii ConnelKville across DT their liin! work ^ 11 niecv for tne 1 is jme T *h- Masonic temple a 6 o lock th s evcnirtg Dinner wiM "be "-er^ed au 1 ful repor s ^ i i ^ be 7iiade In ill L eam cajstains There v.il n ^on e good boosts n tean sjbsi nptions a-s there ha been nn lc-iip in the cairvass ^ince the meeting held a noon last J-Yidav The talltmore C Oh o f r n e h t hou e na= made i ]00 percent bhow ng m bibcrrv Bond silp« There ire aboi t -o employes at he fre crbi hon^e and r a c h person ^-^ taken one or uo-e bonds T h e tonl am nmt of he sale- reached sS f fh* 1 conn ie t trf. tbaol ^e^t r u a v thc ''oa" f l i * \t called the do-v^s m t n e hom^ ·t T i u c l The names- of i b ^ i c ^w-oi u tiinos ·v.ere s M prepared br- h u n g jr = of bj\er" · person o *· n n; i on hf 1 r o t r - igh of \ c nd ags v,oic oi* n tiled b\ h o 1 oo 1 lo\ CHAIN ANNIVERSARY ( . T u rf ti Ml l Ol !· in U In Dun I x n n i . r of i K s'l » ,, ai Dav, on «il, an mer a^ IP 1 ^ '917 fi 2 51 ru i t r ueii i inU ci t u aud n ni, hf i- n^ a s o c t c - i t c!n m t on t. t r c j J 1 i t ! or Jit fulou ; elpc i p ^ I t h e il ncufJ i ^ rtt a] u u 3i !i n ^ u f- k i t ji t, TI ha tl] c«s I t u n T i n joku t o land aim i r n c h Fennn h ( on i ii l ic foi- i r ^ n u e d d oX

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