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THE DAILY COURIER COrWELlSVILLE PA MONDAY, MAY 6, 1918. totirter. HENRY P SNTRSB. Founder »nd Editor 1815-1911 K. M. SNTDEB. President JAS. J DRISCOIJ* and T-easurer Business JOHN 1+ GAf.3 Managing Bfiltoi WALTER S_ST11IIEL. City Editor MISS LTJTNE B KINCBIiL, Society Editor MEMBER OF Araoelftted Pcesa, ' Audit Bureau ot Circulation, J*«nasylvanla AMOclftted Daillti* Two cents nor copy 500 par month S3 per year by mail If paid In advance ' Bnfered as aecond,o5ass matter M th« poatofflce. Connells\lne Pa. FTEXISG, X.VT c, MIS. ;- Tfc« Courier'* SerrU* Flmg ? WTLLIAM P SHERMAN, Hospital t n i t L. American I x- I peditionar^ Forces France « HALPH F SWGBF, Company H Sinh Infantry. U S. \ A. Camp L*e Patersburg Vr- 311CH Vfc-L* GREN -VLTX H A R O L D RlCHEi - Battery B Plaid Artillery 23th Di-vlsion, U S. Is G LLOVD B COX Company F 37th Engineers U '* " S A. Port Myer. \ a ^Member *f Th« Associate* '~ Th« Associated Press Is «i Z-clusl-vely entitled CO tha use lor "republlcatlon oC all ne-ws 4is --patches cred'ted to it or not otherwise credited In this paper 'and also the local news putmsnerj herein. work regularly 'The trouble is that there are slackers and those whoi won't work at all in e\ery communiw or state that is -without a law compelling every able bodied citizen to perform a certain amount of labor every week The idlers mtgcate from such communit es to others i t ha\ mg such laws and as a resnlt acute shortages exist here and there ' The existence of this condition and the inereas'ng need for a better distribution of 7 abor, is rendering it more imperative that both state and national legislation be enacted that will make it impossible to- the idlers and drones to escape rendering some sort oC useful service through the mere expedient of shifting about from one part of the country to another, or bv working a few davs then Ia ing off until thefr money Is gone The arrav oC stahvart mdusLnous mea ot the conn-try is fast ^elng d^ plcted *Q learn the business of Bolder .ing. Many of them are going into the ·er*ice through the operatior of the I draft law rather than from choice but they are making just as good sol diers a5 those who have a tasto to 1 " military life "Every consideration of fairness to our fighting men demand 1 : that the laboTM slackers should be re enured *o fill up the gap^ Tnade \acant n the industrial -aiss with '·far *?ame impariality that the mill*.," slackers are Jbhged to take their places In the S.rmy The solution of this problem lies largely with the people Unless they make insistent demand of Congress and the state legislatures ther » little probability that legislative ac tion will be taken to nd our land o' the--curse of the non-productive loafers idlers and drones HUSKY AMERICAN TROOPS PASSING THROUGH LONDON ON THEIR WAY TO THE FIGHTING FROZT 'iOi XL U*l L. .Largely because our commu u has ibeen, comparatively free from manifestations of disloaltj oE a character that would attract public att£ ntion, some people have been, disposed to question the jiecessitj or wisdom tor the organization of a Loyalty League True, feu incidents ha/ve occurred to excite the loyal and patriotic citizens to indignation or arouse the m to desire to JaBiet seere chastisement, but the absence or infrequt ncy of ·uch happenings must no., b understood as m e m m g that no reasons existed for the formation of the Loyaltj ! League. It has long been known by persons 1 who have br en in close touch with the ^sentiments of the resident* of the 1 city and vicinity that there are per- jsons who, except for restrain ng jn- rfluences like that of an actm and de- ttenmned Lovaltj League would soon (become * kin their No membt-r oC the Fayctto county bar will be more misled from Us 1 membership and acti\itie^3 than tne late R P Kennedy Amons his friends tu and out of bis profession who were Jegjon, his paw He, out from t h e m w.ili be lamented because of the affect!ot and esteem in w h i c h he w a s held Ht kne^- men aipredated their ·« orth and serMces as he % allied and r r e - i t e J their frlendsh p The hearty whole souled m a n n e r in w h i c h he formed anil cultl\-Ued friendships' set htm apart a-to be l o \ o G and gained for h i m amiable distil ction Bob oon e\ er body o"e,o tc oC beinp: bnc c Such irea are not Thf bond bxij ing^habit !« ono t h e pen pie w h o made the T h i r d L borlj L e a n a. sucef" j s can t a K e pride in b a s i n g ac The u h o l e count rj will applaud P~e«* ident Wilson * act in extending clem ency to the j o u n p soldi erf convicted i f bavinc fallen asleep on «; u ird dut in thi trencher in I-ranre just a heirtilj as it ·» i-n commend p u t t i n g to sleep some iptes and traitors here jt home V In.ng-uacrc' ,.hat calls a tank t stcrmp 1 * an z crk raft wage n n u g n t t bfi banished from the schools on gen eral princip es aside froir its use as a \ehide for transmitting Hun propa guntla Tfi'h, the new «=ed tlon fstilon ind sabotage la-w-s tn force the country x octs the Department £ * JM. co t a.ke the t n i t e d Sta es a \ er unsaf' jlace for tho foes of d e n o c r v c j W o r e after 3 ou Billjum se-entoen thousand thoUTi" 1 strong is the chorus the Thir-j c~l Bond buyers ·ha\ e sent w a f t n i r , i^e-lm ward bold if not als defiant expressions of pro-German Tbe discm erj has also rbeen made that interest in the cau^ ict Germany m the war has taken or lis preparing to take forms other than, the unguarded, foolisl or dis- Uojal utterances of those who lack both discretion and patriotism Such 1 "·being the situation the originators of fthe Loyalty League realized that the '"time had come to forestall anj plans ·or designs that might be effective in aiding and comforting the *nemy At the same time havinj, in mind the more or less unrestrained behavior of well-meaning but over-?eal- ous patriots in other secticns of the country who have committed offenses against the law in the in friction of jum semen t upon those whose pro- Germanism had not been conclusively proven, the organizers of Lie Loyalty t n a Aa iin v**d for league regarded the create of such c o n T i n c c me T «» old B$ Walt Mason, ed I to \ in s of the Paal Con dcnacd from tht. £llts of fbo Courier Ofl Pi t s h u r f , - -iSl t Lf ill rtr-fe to poir l*.ri.iM of ' -u [I o I fu 10 is u tch M LMC I a i 1 i \ ludei. lie "nd n i\ n - U t u r o Jit.a(rr at P i t t P M t i ^ tn I A blr" tb. 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Some limply years afro toda 7 show ed up on Lhi^ planet w hen northern streamlets ditsh their waj between tall hil - of granite I m growing old in count of jears that muc i I am allowing but I am chipper aa the steert- A mK If you a j ou d h a \ e to bring 1 the papers for I am i,*y my *tep 1^ bold, ami I cut fancy cape*~s Men often «m\ You look so ^ ounK "i our 5 outh ii scarcely en 11 the res of as b-v ape are itjng---whv don t you bemi and "·hrlvel 1 ** And 1 rep j The w o r d s a joke, and 1 fe a transient fltrrn- and aJJ our troubles end in I refuse to won-} To r-e .... I tlirow It , Ohio engmccr_who except tor the to the foxes its w o r r j ages dame* tnd rents and nuts then- ii t h e i r heal a sore IK ao - w h i t e I p u t in an agcnc nccessar as against the commission ·would be discreditable a safeguard oE acts that to the com- jnunity no matter now greit Jie provocation The wisdom ot this course has been smoke justified ia the ease of the Bait more car* looks like Vr ~- CuK c rn starts a rt roct,n *w at Mj I Pun The L id House, at ^incr- t ia Js roved b i e \v th . kos o' · -O 1 ! on which ^^.TC n, $ I ( ) i j i n ^ u r IK. Ti. Fr«. Lse OatiC- ccs~ 1 u i J d n-^ ^ c-a-t) 04, cd to "c e \ t e n t tt *- t Oti LII 1 tl ·toxrk o' Ir^ist, . K^r t o tr t j U e amount s e r \ i t J But to 1 \ \ 1U i M 1 IS ;, L r i ix, on i t t. v, \\-\Ti o^" f \ N 1 \ ^ M \ N -ll-l \ . t * \V \ N J j ]J B01S 1C /? ira of L, r ' I (.ONNL.I L S \ U ^J b * lill K- Ln infc ·\ ILL. 1- LprUd ror S\LI,--r M-M 01- " n \OUFS! i! i 1 11 If f r o m Frou rus\ idf n e a r i- irk r i UT 1 rl in' w h C T'" ill \ e i n f C coil a 1 -\ i!u Lhlc ' i m e ^ t o n f r o n t IMJ. un M iioni th la r v r and "oil I i ] 1 rid l u e l l i n f r h( DM. s re im of IHUUII in \- i-ttr spjend d pr j orl\ f o r ! sto(,k r vl = m m f - f i - m i n r v, ith ftrst ci t*" n r) "t for J n * - l t n product 1 - id j i en lo f row n M 1 ci % limit 1 - in t \ i 1 Jt pi in QTS n r er( i 0 o tl ^ t h e I us n s n J o f f ^ i s i ba r s i n p ic f 0 cm on i i d t r ns 1 ON \ L D T-O1 Tl H, P O bo^ f - 2 Cm i 11 Mile 1 a- 20up tfd \VI I ft -- t t h O\( J : u \ t n ckhti turcs a Htrir.: )f 1 T! t O i m i l i s v i l l e o t a t JtU ncj.r Brick V nrl ·· George t TrUow r s C.TIS 1 i 1 - p bl ion as clerk at t e Ma-Ieit i h o t e l in I ^ot-! a.; u t n i f n t to his hom at 1 nk t in r ft r i f 1 I ,jl 7 imj- r MTH. Ca" 1 o r l n e I f 11^ ^~if^ nf T f m ---- -- · m Loddv Hes at cr h me m r \ r o n o ^ \ \ T 1 - IP* M v N ( M i - ^ j\ tc ATI. ip M l-l\ 11 I 1 \\w\1 I CO J J Chi-lwi Vcrormirk 20 vra«« ojri Ue^ , SI H I V C l n C J n M neoi Pu npinj, /vt the residence of Ii *, rot lin. N o b l L at i ion in I r 1 n Oi\ i i *.o 1 uve n H A n stat n Pi v. son nd rr n o P « I1( 1 t u r n 10 11 \ \ N \ H TOW VSt M Daw son Pa C TIT.-V It McCormfck interposition of the league might have been made to undergo a much more severe peaaJty for indiscr tt remark a.bout nrefptring ttj ki^s the Kaiser to T'RID VI _ 1ST--T 1 J S I \ - \ MOUNTNG A 3 na\ L' d ' I pf i r ^ f T J r b ·« i h iWlJi'vst d~oo T c witrd if *xUirn d to K bacl t. rs s rc V. X.N1! D--MAI 1 there I s * n o-i fello and nuts worry w i l l n o b*ilm In l A c c p E n R ilk the floor n i n e hours sleeping And here I n.m jTMTfltt JhtLo 5 Utyi* aS ue ;» d ^."'.^."^S^A'Sf.?^ dontiucted an jnveaagation into the and throw it oer the stable Toda% facts according tho offending citizen 1 celebrate m-v Mrth w i t h 'lares an a fur an d fair hearing aid imposed n ° man c a n d J " _ w h l l e 8l «- h s "ecs pla.Pt. C, d u -, V M I I H A N (r» H i c k t penaltj tha^ will serve is an e/fec- trve correcLne without in\olving vi r H \cnce in its application In this respect the league has acted and Mil continue to act as a restraint upon those who would take drastic measures ·without first ascertaining whether the fac t s alleged be trae or felse 7 -_ -- n ~- - w ·"Thus^tbe-league will afford protection to persons ·wrongly or falsely ac qused of disloyal^ Au the same time tC can" be depended upon to deal vig- drouslj w i t h those who ?ive expres sibn, bv v/orS, act or -·"·xi fo~senti- inents indicating that thev are not jn whole hearted accord wi h our gov- errment m its determination to crush lYusoianism as the greatest menace to feee government/and- ci\ lization round the ton arth brouj-ht forth bv Teu Jf tears would dorm a lirt, H iltim-oi c i. OIIIQ DeUIIc I rc-j ort af the C j n n ) U \ Ilk U I ^ M l b Ofl re coke tr idt, '01 Liio %\LL t-iiU itr, i ril t slio'ns tt total uf Ii b i^ n f i ^ f a UK rt£,ion of \\hic 11 7 a-rr In bl ut a"d aS'o idle \\ 1 h ii total estin I.UL! i o dut-tjon of lol 0-- ons (Plupnw n · fo" t i c \v ook aK t ircTMaLt il ft Ibl ca-rs di'-Lruu e.J as foil »v\ J o j 'ittsbar,? * S_l c-tri j poll ts u c ' I 4 I I IUvS \ M t i r I n M \bTl I t S1L. i L M S l S 1 M H 1 I it icliint. c pt r uorh j L i 1\ en plr " n f i i t M I A; U H 1 N H V N J 3ma It ^ or rir ^Obj s T\ FITF C a l l I T P X d d l s o n Pi 5i rl [' Ivf 1STOM Rrl n ^ ou- 1 C L , L \ M \ G 11111 11 str i V R I O R uts I ins:le-roe I d make a moist be hut not an 11! !«t Veiled by -woe T k e ^ p on spinning ENOUGH IF PL7 TO 1ORK. ( The more extended the nqu!ryraade : into die labor siiortagc problem the! platn£f~dr5e§ "it ihat there i s j Guest. Tilt, CBMtGI:. Before the kfddiei. came I thoujrht -Of re!£ in every fifeht I tousht It seemed to me back then that I Must havo ill things that gold can I buy I muft be rich I must be great I ~iust h a \ e luxuries on. m j plate I must succeed, and ail m j days I must recei\e a lot o£ * ralbt T h e n ^o it seamed alf jovs to bo Must surelj find their source In me Tho stork then paid to us a call And -looking 1 at hJs parcel" small A sudden change swept over me How proud I thoug-ht, some day 1U be If he who ii so tlnj- no'W S^iall claim l l f e s laurels for "his hrov If he who comes to share my narie me la w in an honored fame atest jo% I \ e e^cr had o baj that I m his dad ·nough men for everj purpose if eould be properlj diati ibuted and every man put to wo»*k The United States Employment Scr- Sna.n vqle ot the "Labor Department has re- ^ ^ ^ qentH completed an. Investigation the results of \vhich are snmmanzed ml As time went on tbe circla jrrew the statement o£ an official "nho says ' A s:a-in to us the eood stork flew 'There is not a great 1 ibor shortage T^e iTttuTnes" 3 JF'V"^* l"d l]iZ r d i th the^ couctrj bu tt Iocs exist in The seifl^n eoals had- lost their charm spots """Tak'ng tho count y as a whole! l d children now, to shield from harm there ate enough idlfTmen to meet the { {J*J ^ J orth^ h U ^ ta" k lG TM' .unfilled requirements of all Kinds of { For*"thenT aad not for^rif 1 ! ^ 00 d ft Ibl ca-rs di'-Lri.JU e.J as foil »v\ i o | ^ \_\Ti l~ A.T U N ^ L r \PJ R Bri n ^ o u - 1 in inia ai s t r i v . uls I 1'ittsbarrf -S_l c.tri poll ts w e s t icni .o t i *,aIc.Ud% must u i t d ^ r s l a r d A! - U U t L J S L n OS 170 ^ ost C r tv fonl - f i t " ca-3 to points ea;,t J - J t try ' U r u ,ont ,mci f u r n i s h -6f«.-euc6h YT i v c n u o C o n i l l s i l la 1m L\ 3^1* a de«rtaae of 21 cars as c^tnp.irea w th ^ j , u s f i -, u^ A EIT 11 S j. S TOItt: | =^ Admiral ij-cw e\ s squ idron ·« !f_a out \* o Spanish tleet In Manila Ha; in tilt. opening: of the "war ^ lUi topain The Tentli Reg: m e n t licludlnr, Com pa-3 U of Co nellsville ha=i t*,en in camp at Stouiu Gretna f a - a u eok It and arxws and t h e mud deep but the Tenth bo5 f h Lhci are rna,«Jc oC and feo to ; , a f t l L n ith Y^TL D--OLD I AI SL Tt UTJ Dun t matte- if b r o k i n 1 pay ? 00 1 \A i utv f r 51-1 00 p-r set fc ni b j p ircol pofst and receive check b\ r t t u n mail JU MA/CR -00" South 1 i f t l i street 1 hSla I I \T Ol 5 r t.n 18 in the Ca 1 u IDS Grape i l l e j -in i tf d ·\\ANTX.D-- FRl "K DKlVji-U GOOD sol t,r man must ki ou now to p ick " John I M-nton superintendent at t! c I c" 1 h t n d U huubch In toads Got d Davidson works of lue U C B rick Coke ' wires to Hfcht part N o n e othei L ed corn-panj !s kil ed by beint, tiorowc f r o m a budcboa r d uhilc dJ-i-vUiR d o \ v n ]-.lme'»ton Hill in Dun bur t o v - n s h p ^ j ] iajn I Kcnncd-t a.ncl M aa Nora. Morgan daugiitpr uC Mr and Mrs D W Morfi-in of Greensburp f o r i i t , r l v of Uits plac are quled} niarriej at tlie rmrmacjlatf Conception h rcl b liei L. iV. Coil roll The coupK \\iTl reside in N o r t h Pitts-bur^ sfeet Cnarle«5 Aflchnelfe mo.torm.an on t if tile Von Hav en c pt r LM" depart men of the po\ver"»- plant Add"b 4 In jerfcoj) or by o t t o r L L, H A N K I 1 S O N S u p p r m ten JLIU TV^sL Pcnn P o w e r Punt C onin.Il v lie 2-!aprlOt ^ \.MTP M \ N \ \ r \Viri PI i i c tr enf. t u n r t l i r f c furnished ro ins w ith *mi i I fain i j 01 \\ f u l d rcn « h t l e house f u r n i hpd Itust lie grood ho n, w i t h a.11 mod^ rn unprow.ti L n t s G C o u r U r ~~ bm 15 H* i OR S'VLT,--TWO S!NOr*3RS AT ?C 00 01 her d op hoa i nacHnos ?1C 00 a i d up C a l l ir d ce t lem P \ C I J im h i n e K i ntr-fMl in pf r f L C l condition N I ITI bl \\ I N C M V C H I N P f O I z G ·south 1 iti_jl)urf, Mr ct Ct n n e l s% llle Pa. 4 m i v i* "CD-- \ I OF £ J JU w h e t h e r i Is a calling card saie mcludrng a^r culture Tn »ther vrord5, the selective service the cnonnous^ increased dtmands due to (the w i r and the unusual dncrsjons caused b% higher wage- at munitions plants shipyards, and o her new cen- 0" them I ci do the bett T could. And now the onl joj t \re thouse T v h c h brl*i smile worth while j to them ; It m-atltrs not what crtss I beat- So Jong as they are f~e from ca-e For glory 1 m content to wait t«rs of emp!oTient al] taken together,' U n t i l my children shall be have not depleted the Bailable sup- , For them i -would be eiid to di» « ^Z^TM TM t *f£TM« have a n t he joj I need. if an th. and idlers could b« rounded up and made toi Hreot cat line la Injured when t e coJ jumps the trocit near the Patterson farm Mr and STrs Joh-n E "Wilkej w h o were rec ntl} marrSorl a Ne% B~!g-ht on are si»onding the r honeTioor h e t e Tliey will reside at WUkinabursr JUsa Cra Gille-land resis"-? her past tlon as operator for Ciie Tri State Tele j phone company hero to lake charpre of I the Da%-* r an office of tho s^imo companx i 3Ira Eliza Oglevee ** jea'-s old uies I at Vanderbilt "Mirs Kf^bocca Thorpe - w i f e of Reuben Thorpe dies of apoplexy at Ohiopvle iCarrJacre litor es a"0 fssue*J Jn Un lontown as follow == Saiiuel Kendall and Sar i.h Provance D u n h a i diaries TV Patt^Tton ajid Rather PG McGrath Co-nellsvllle Ta Hck Cu"nin"^a.m Summit and Ella AIcDonalrl Daw ion F P Adams and M I M I" 1 V-dj,ms bo h of Connrllsvillc J o h n Iv Br\ ^n N o r t h Un on Un\ ul ip anl /o la Rello Stat-1 Dnn.lar o-nnsl] p August Ro! land and Aima B-i,rthoic-mt.w both of Con Hi s vine DL U l u d report of Clit, C o n n e l i M jle ^oke L ade for the week endint, Haj 2 ·sho^s u toil of 3~ m o^eri-. n ht. region of w h l c ' I t 00" arc 1-" blast produ-c ion of 10017" ttms bil or tho tlriLst engraved TA eQuir g- Inv tatlon o" Lnnouncemi.nt We pr'n inv t h i n g -- e \ e r / t h n?r -- do it proi icf and do it rl nt Call tlie man at TUj^ COURICTl otttce Both phones -7 t£ j j l c i nj, P rsonah \ f o i cnllCLl 11^ L.CIH i al stui L and otilct work M u ^ t ?je able to wirt a' onct Salai j no object to i-i^ht party State at,c cv pei ncc an i salar cxpccled j\.dtl"Ls t * G and F CJ.re C J U T C I Gma} 2L rt Aol.rc II 150 \ IE ^ 1O WORK on t c t n ^ l f or do hard ib rou: v, ork vntl art lo I\.JIIK nr t pos)t» n on the outside T. here the w rk is l i f e h t and picas' 1 nt \ \ i t h a chance r f r a n i d pro motion J -a-an place you p r o v i d m R % ou c in f u n «! i sati fa.cior rtference^ AcldrfSs S M LSM \\ The C 1 )U~ier \VAMLD-rnl" BOSS AT ONCL. must be icber Tris name clote tc operation three eai s snaJl i ^ i r d u n hcse eras r Lnj, s iid foil T*)oti TI J t, r O N N L I IsviliLI N F W S I C ond U md J u r m t u r Co"ipai^ S ur dav M i 4 \\ U open ^ th i ompletr inc of nt- i a d M cond )) iad f u r n i t u r e «such as br i-ss btdn, arc^crb book s d i a i " j , l o o t n tabltb and oha r section Appli Pa-v , r o O foi S hours w o r k Smith lit use C o n n e l l y ills PT. u n t i l ^ i t u r d a ^ at G "0 1 J M %i\c. address LOl Ib VODILA "W \.NTTrD--HOISTING T^NGINLHR on i in shaft Ste ic* w 01 k 'Must be sober 1 mo place to 1 \ c No smoK? (fi niHe 1 ? r rom 3 Usbnrj, T o nion n j w a r e a c l y Are v* il in^ to I rcak in h ind ma" f"i t h i s j b O\ er d r ift i^e \ddrt.-*s II C CO Box 724 P ttsburg Pa - * m a v £ t * 1 i ch- c a l f n c t s dishes of ill J !ids and MC roli 12"! S o u t h Pitts tre Sm^-% 2t WA-NTED--V . . the a£,*.s OL " nO r £or Kcnernrr.. 27 QIS Idle rith a. total estr-rmted- ( v . o"k and r e g u l a r comme-cial lin j Ou jjper: six d i per AiSialnIsrntrl-c's Notice H D Li-on^rd \ t l i t o r n e j PS" 1 * \TI OF M MIQ \Rlj T ANN' _ Tvern decc i-sod l i l t of tht buroufc.li of | Soath Connellbs i J l f PJ Letters of i " i i n i s t r i t i i on tht, t b t a U uf abo n Lined di.cpdenL ha\|Tis" aecn fe-anted f to the 111 ders t,ned notice it. hr-reby j gi\en to the per-?onF I n d e b t e d to th«. s j . d c t a t e t o make i m m e d i a t e pa ment and those ha,v ntr claims against * i same to present iliom proTcrj-v tl ent ^aied for bet I c m e n t A great opportunity awaits -vou now at our stores to puichabe shoes Th^ie is much talk ot a s^-^rci/ of leather icgulating the height and and styles of womens , misbea and children s fchoes yet not \Ohbt indirg the shoes are still high-topned and the (iresscs are shoii a7id all jn- aicaUons point that Uie-v aie gong to remain bo at least dining this summei The shoe st\ let, and the shoe prices for v»ome i and imsbes is what v/e e=pocialh v^aiit L o caH our attention to The high top fanc colorb alJ Jeathei we have galojc ^ou HI]] also iinrl tliem here \\ith leather vamp and cloth tops n the "".ai *ous colois t all the clifterent lasts They are ^11 novelties and at popular pi ices Bj careful coTnnanbo i ou v i l l find t lev are higli class dress bhocs foi \votieri and miss aie lower than anj legitimate competition \ou will find the st\les pertect the workmanship superior and the gcreral make-up can not be excelled ^ ou know enough about shoes to commce you that our puces are an u d'lce- rient for \ou to pmcha^e from us In addition to the fancy colors there is a ier\ extensive line of white shoes high tops Oxfords and other sorts The spring season is now here a«d the demand up to tbe present t i m e has been brisk There will be a rush now so get in earlv while the stocks are complete It is hard to keep lines up on account of the scarciU of goods and jnfenor transportation fac, zties There is a popular line of shoes in oui departments for men and bovs dr^ss aid working \ou are invited to inspect them 63 Larse Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland and Allegheny Goirnties. I t s footwear that women beUeve in, as w e have for 30 jears if ou buj them Everything ne~\, that's good is heie for vour choosing Black, White Gre and Brown Shoes--Pumps--Oxfords YOUGH TRUST COMPANY GIAXNA KT3RN A.dr^lni-3 s for t!te w e t k as-sregtLtcd \vet-k. in three e t u r t hour shifts "While neJlvilJe Pa, tratri-c C T 4-, PojftotfiCL Srnth Con- Anything, Have Anything for Sale or Rent 3 Try Our Classified Ads at One Cent a Word. They Bring Results. Iapr6t-mon

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