The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 8, 1918 · Page 6
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May 8, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SET. TIIE DAILY COURIER, CONXEI-LSVTLLE., PA. ·WEDNESDAY, MAY S. l!m. -SAX1OSAL XEAtifK Testerday's Results. Pittsburg 2; Chicago 1. New York 7: Philadelphia 4. St. Louis 5; Cincinnati 3. Boston 16; Brooklyn 0. ! tion of properly bj dumping mQam- ] mable matter in holes made by falls where the coal has been removed. One such placej ou Geneva street, where there Is (not more thin eight or 10 Eeet of su-rEace on the coal, is a veritable tinder! box. filled with | brush, barrels, bo^cs and tar paper. A lighted match d.-opped into it w o u l d bet it off with a flash. The penalty for a, violation of the ordinance is $25. ;. Standing of the Clubs. New York _ Chicago Pittsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn Cincinnati" -'-(. Louis" _ Boston J6 L. fet. 1 .941 .563, .471! jNAVY LEAGUE WOMEN | MAKE ANOTHER LARGE COMFORTS SHIPMENT 10 .389 | .235! 10 100 j Headquarters I«sui" Jinnies oi Those II ho t'antribuli-il Toward (lie Good Work. The following persons contributed toward the consignment of knitted articles shipped last .veek by the Charleston Comforts branch oE the Chicago at Pittsbnrg. , Cincinnati at St: Louis. Philadelphia at -\Vw- York. Brooklyn at Boston. '.Navy League, of which -Mrs. J. Mclvin A-HERICAX LEAliUK. j Grey is chaimiaQ, to the Xa^y League Testerdny's llesnits. Washington 7; Boston 2. New i'ork 0; Philadelphia-1 Cleveland 7; Chicago 1. St. Louis 5; Detroit 3. Standing of tlie L'lulis.. Boston Cleveland Nc\v York -Chicago --.-Detroit St. Louis Washington Philadelphia _ Today's Schedule. Cleveland at Chicago: St. Louis. afDelroit. Boston at "Washington. New York at Philadelphia. 1 headquarters: S«eatcis--Mis. John Story, Miss Grace Plgman, .Mrs. Margaret Laughrey, Mrs. Harriet Carson. Miss Celia Ca'etlen. Miss Isabel: Durncll. Mrs. C. R. Stickei, Mi»s Harriet. Bower, Miss Mazie Conway, -Mrs. A. J. Buttcrmoro, Mrs. William Richtcr, Miss Nellie Howard, Mrs. Marj McConnell, Miss L. Pet.'' Margaret Baytosko, Mrs. George Mun- .632 sou. Mrs. Jesse G. Percy and Mrs. A. ·oSSls. Kurt/, each one. .556 j Socks--Mrs. Logan Rush. Miss Char- .500 lottu Hay, Mrb. William Deighnliiler, .462 I MIS-S Harriet Cover, Mrs Lucy Lowry. ··*'·"' Miss Mary McConnell, Mrj. Harriet ·412 Carson. Mr=. George Mun'son.^ Miss -.375!.Mae Gilmore, Mis. U. G. Blair, Mrs. | William Dull. Mrs. \\'. P. Clark, each I one pair; N Mrs. William _Criuse, three pairs; Mrs. George R." Zimmerman. , two pairs. Helmets--Mi»s Ella Heffley, Mrs. Sweaters -Mi? H J. CochraTi. Misfa I ; Geitrude Rhodes,. Mrs. Francis JUp- lin, .Mihs Beatrice Paurrson, Mrs. W. P. Brooki, .Mrs. A. B. Staufter. M^rs. C. W. UUb, Mi-., Anna Junk, Miss Mollie : Fretts, ilisb Gladys Kroger. -Mrs. ' Geo.-ge A. Markle, each one. Sockb-- Mrb. A n n a Denny, three pairs; Mrs. Cooper Patttrson. Miss Rebecca Pat- I ccrson. Miss Martha Babbage, Miss .Mary Parlchill, Mrs. Thomas, Hazen, each oni pair. Helmets--Mrb. a. S. Mmerd, .Mi^. -Mj.rj Robmbon, each ODD. \ Caroline Jihn^on Cope I'nit No. 3-i Sveators- M' - s. Byron Porter, Mrs. Sarah Hhr.v, and Mrs. A. B. Kurti, Dach one. Donauon--Mrs. A. M. Xeft, S5.00. CMIP'FIREGI'RLS Help to Trcpiiro (Jic tiift Books for the Soldiers. , Work of pasting the 'look labels ' a n d pockets in Ihe books donated f o r ' the soldierb and sailors, undertaken \ i liy the Pofnvalomte and Crawford j Camp Fire Girls has been almost completed, ami the packing of the ' books has been begun at the Carnegie i Free Library. Tt is Imped that the [giving of books will not stop. As long, 'as the Mar lasts, books will he need-' ed, for the wastage will be great, owing to the fact tha'. many books will be lost and wear out. Those who ha\e gnen hooks since the last ''epn-t are as follow?. Mrs. Howard Henderson., P Kilbnde. Mrs. Z. S. Moon. Mis. J. B. Marietta. D. L Mo-pan. .Mrs. D. K. Dihiortb. Miss Marguerite Lytle. Miss Nannie Blackstone, Mrs. .1. S. Detwtlcr, Mrs. H. E. Pchenck, Mi-s Madj;e Cumrmngs, Mrs. t J R . W. Lcibprpcr. Mrs. D. A Ripley. I W. C. Corhm. Mrs. L S Michaels. ! IDLERSARNED Indian Creek. Mra.'S. D. Sipe from Cc-nneilsville, spent a few days here with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Habel. .Mr. and Mrs. William Pradley and children'from Connellsville. spent over Sunday with Mrs. Bradley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. lli£. Miss Saflie Kooser from Connelif- ·vi'le, sp°nt over Sunday W!ti h'?r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kooser, at Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Woodniancy V111C illCUUB. I " Samuel Fullem' from Broad Ford, I Daniel Ha spent over Sunday here with his par- 1 - urs - Sadie Kearns. Mrs. "\Vortii Kilpatrick, Mrs. Ida Seamans, Miss "Ella Mao Cunmnsliaia, each one. Sergeant Charles McCormick Unit Over There 1'nit No. 6-- Sweaters-. Mrs. P. H. JlrKcvitl. Miss Agnes | Smith. Miss Grayce Dunham and Mrs. W. C. Dunham, each one. f-'ocki,--Mrs. James Moyer, one pur. Athens Temple Unit Xo. 7--Sweaters-- Mrs. Hilda Dohric, one Socks-- Mr». Ella Lavue. two pair.-i; Mrs. Ida | pa^r. I Doonan Unit -No. 33- Swearers Alnbanm Kin Klnx Klan *o( eats. Walter Smith Is a busin«-ss caller in Coanellsville and Leisenriag today. | J. W. Martin and Mrs. Daniel Harpers each one pair. WUIiam Stewart ,s t'-oisacting i Un.ontown Unit-Sweaters. 13' hel- bnsiness at Bear Run today. jmets. e'ght; socks, I- pairs. »T«t- Rnth Baker from Bakeisvillc, is j lot5 .- C1 5 ht P^ 5 ' U n U No ] .,_ Sw(al . spending todav among i^mnellsville | nl an n _ ' ., v . , jriends " lers--M.-o. Harry Reagan. Mrs. J. J. H. B. Pisman, Baltimore Ohio i R°**°*- ^^ **^' M15S ^ y divUioa operator, was a business call- Boor - Mlss Clara Baker ' M er here today. J. W. Barger from Ind.an Head, is transacting business in . .and Uniontoim today. ~. "Miss Mina Kcrr from - ""spent'overSnnday ai Rogers' Mill, the Kmcell, Mrs. A. M. Fulmc-r. each one; Mrs. Florence McDonald and Miss, Helen Maceyak. each two. Socks-Mrs. Stanley Morris, Mrs. Harry Ford, each one pair; Mrs. H. L. Piersol and Mrs. Ada V.'hipkey. each two pairs. Dawson Unit No. 16 -Sweaters- Miss Mary BrindlinKCr. two; Mrs. M. Uniontown on business. . ', Catherine Henry and Mrs. Welshonse. Rev. Sellers and wife from Jones .Mill are spending a tew days among j *f ° U \ OTfer Clasa Ctm No . ,,_ C H fi T C B e ro r wrh S as .itched ,,» tent heaters-Mrs. Ka^herine L, S t. Mr, on the V/estem Maryland railroad side ! E ; c - Higbee. ..irs. the will known --, F. · Smith field. posted at the First National bank Sat- Af. Young, eacn one pair. Vauderbilt--Sweaters---Miss Mollie Lewis and Miss Elizabeth Madden, SMITHFIELD, May 6 -- A bulletin each QTJC- G. I. A. Unit No. 20--Sweater: urday shows SnmhiieldY contribution " "to'the Third Ijbeny L-oan to be ?70,000. This is f2S,000 .ibove Smithfield's allotment. ~~~£ committee from the churches and. Jerry Jones Post No. 541. G. A. R-. will meet in the M. E. church Saturday evening. May 11, to fo-mulate plans Tor the observance of the coming and £i f u t u r e Memorial Days. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lnch and children. Fairbanks; Mr. aad"-Mrs. B. H- O'Neii of New Silem, T.sited relatives here Sunday. "-7 " "There Will be five w,i.r sermons in the Baptist church th s week, from i the Bth to the 10th. Monday evening t Rev. Reilly was the speaker; Tuesday, j Rev. Dr. Bromneld: Wednesday, Rev. J. W. Ha'ys will speak: Thursday. D. .11.. .Hertzog, and Fridi.y night. Rev. McKlveen of Dunbar, at which time ? service fl^s will be dedicated m j honor of the members n Uncle Sam's j service. These services, will all com- I '--aence- at S o'clock in ;ue evening. j __Some citizens of the joro*ugh in dis- j regard or an ordinance passed by the - / council about a year ago, are en- . dangenng and courtin; the destruc- i Mrs. G. N. TVood. Mrs. G. N. Durnell and Mrs. C E. Watson. e:ich one. Helmets--Mrs. Mary Zimmerman, two. United-for-Servicc Unit No. 17-- BIRMINGHAM. ALA.. May S.--One | hundred am! fifty white robed men m ! Ku Klux Klan umtorms, carrying an ' Amrncaa flag and a ficrj" cross at Ihe ' head of tho procosHion, rode through · the strpcts of Birmingham last night J u-arning jl]er.s to find «nrk io do. ' The riflfrs dintribuL^d card 1 ; pain^ ' in pan: "TC yon would ho justly en- titlod in the toleration and protection '· you »j-f fnjoy;ng. ftjirf work to do and | do it No able-bodied man, rich or poor has a right to consume without ! producfnc Take heed and RT in Tsrtrk. j The eye ot scrutiny is upon you." GOLF CHAMPION NOW AN OFFICER IN ARMY CbsmpJons of the golf HaJc* are giving as pood an account of themselves on the field of battle as they did when they wicked the goLf stick. J. L. C. Jenkins, the British golf charapioa, Is one of those who has made good in the. army. .Tomlng tbe British itrmy as private .shortly after the wnr started he has risen to captain. Jenkins boa been wounded several times since h« entered tbe fray. Dee Molnes of the Western tms pnrchaspd Onfflpldpr Walter Sand- qolst frnni thp H'n«,hlnpton Americrns The delight* of yoar vacation beiin the t C C Coast Line Steamer for beautiful tnotneot you Ixmid a ul Uadanac Ulan d- for half of the dclifihts arc in the Lake voa£e. Railroad tic net* are honored oa all D. C. Line stetuncrs -without extra chat fie Th« D C Ins^nia in-inre* the best in anpointtnent*, cuiiine. aad patanaiins lervice. Safety and beahb provmons arc all thai could be d«iretl A!! it earner* are equipped with latest ·wirelets aervice. AH ·water i» iteriliied by ultra violc' ra process. Two tplendid vcieU-- City of Mnckianc 1 1 Gfy of Aiperta II-- oocraie four tiAs a treeL io Mactioac Iilind From Toledo Mondays a Saturda 600 P 8.30 A. M , Tucadayt and Thurtdayi . From Detroit Monday* and Saiur- , P. M., Wednesday* and Friday* 8JO A . M . Send 3-cent itatop for iilast rated pamphlet and j Great Lake» mop Addreai L. G. LEWIS, C. P. A., 9 Third Aveou«, Detroit, Mich. TO MACKTNAC ISLAND From B'jldlo $ 1.50 Rt»Dd trip 16-50 CleTcIand $ 7 00 Round trip 12.00 Toledo S 6-25 RcwndtripIlOO From Detroit J5.50 Round inp $10.00 Fxctnsho Agpnts Globe Wemickc Bookcases FDBH1TURE "RUGS "The Big Store Near The Bridge." I 151-15S "West Crawford A-venuc-Succcssors Leonard Furniture Co. Agents Scaly Tnitless TCatfrosses Your \e\v Furniture will ho right if it conies from the New Store. Nothing but merchandise of k i j o w n standards enters this great stock--goods that are from the world's best manufacturers and guaranteed both by them and ourselves. Bo on the safe side. Bny Tour New Furniture at (lie Xeiv Store. Your Credi t Is Good New Period Dining aod Bed Room Connellsville people little dreamod that fine new period Dining and Chamber F'urniture could be had at such moderate prices until the New Store came tn town. All woods and the best period adaptations are represented in this great stock. Mav AVC show them to you. Sellers KItcheneed Kitchen Cabinets nt the /unmcrman-YIli St»rc KTCln^rr il the Kitchen Cabinola you see so f r e q i e a t l y advertised in Llic Snturday Evening Post and other niaRazmf^ of national circulation- Tt has the exclusive p.itcnteil flour Mr. that lower-- to the noor for fi.Iing, See our Gentune Sellers Kitcheneed Cabtnct t The New Reed Carriages Are Here "Babe" will r.de m style if his new Carnage comrs from 'he New ;ore See our complete di.'-pla of up-to- ·he-mir.utc ereat.ons. Sec onr Special fibre Kec! Stroller $11.75 Conncnuvfllo's largest soloction of Lmoloums at the man-'Wild store A! 1 the laie=i patterns and colorings and every one ft*- 2. decided price savng. The Zimmerman-Wild Store Is Exclusive Agent For For Kitchens, Hans and Bedrooms Sepnnsi". is a sanitary, K-atenprool floor corering ot eicep- tlonaUy long wearins qualities and comes in a varietr o£ pat- te.-ns to snlt most any room in the house. Protect Costly Furs and Woolens in One of Our The IrihS of one garment through moth destruction w i l l oftenlin'os equal the eost of one of tuese Cedar Chests. Get one on your own terms. See Whitlow Display The newest dc-isns and colorings arc here in Room no old out-of-date patterns. See them and you'll readily understand why the Nev. Store is doinff such a phenomena: fl"or cov- e/ing business. Belber Trunks, Bags Suitcases Here Exclusively The c'elehraled Belhcr I.ugfia^e ik known from toast io roun. To o«'n a Beltior Bap, Suilcase or Triijik is to on'n Uie best. M'II Onr Special Hairs and Snitcaj-es at $2.75 Confluence. Mrs - C3rrus Saanor '""' to Sc::ll ' r -1 set yesterday to visit iriena^ t ,, ,, ,, ,, _ . Tin es.cavaun£ tor Robert Black's Confluence, May S.-JTred Mar- I Mw ,. c!!u , cnce OQ the VcSvt Side, has I quart, who has boen at Gamy Grant, i l)ccn - t i r t c d Georgia, for several weeks, writes hib j ' Rot)en utl , e and , w o chll{ . rcl , j parents. Mr. and Mrs,. Marquarl, that j ^ rcll]nioj ,,, , bon h o m c , n Mor . , he is well and gettius along u.cely. , tcmn . v . Va ., atu , r vlsmns f l l ( , n ds ' George Pbillipl-anri employes of the | hcro , ( , vc , a , davs _ Korr Marquette Lumber company of | } K r a , l l n O f fto ^^ Co . u M l ,-_ bniontown, visitea his family here a ' compan v. was a auamuss visitor few days .recently. , , 0 Connellsvillo j-estcrdaj. Miss Gwendoline Eicber of Fort Hill who was here -visiting friends, has returned home again, Thomas Little, who has been very in for several days, is slightly improved, Charles B. Humbert, who recently bought the old Boctor Ftchtner residence on Oden street, is having it moved bacfc preparatory to improving 1 . J. B. KURTZ, iSOTARV PUBUiC C AND R E A L ESTATE. J' No. ^ South Meadow L*no. l * Conrrallnllla PB. · CKXKXXXXXXXlOOCX3SCGOOCOOOCa NEW LOCATION STO P-- 1X)OK-- K E A I BENNEH BROTHERS Automobile Wreckers j Jliehest Prices Tail) for AH j Mulii'i l';irs ^"o 'lei: ^econd-luind ]).i-l^ nncl aces- sorie^ tor all lUAkrs of car-; a' GET THE "BESNKTT" H.ilflT A S D 1 svvi: IOSKY. Open Snnday 10 .1. M. In 1 P. .11. Corner Ross and Water streets pirrsm iu;n. p\. i Bell Phone Court 32^2. HOVE BY BOTH PHONES Rnntinp If so. read our advertising columns J ORPHAN'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. Patronize those who advertise. .PETEY BI"K--So "Wonder People 60 Bugs Over the Game Bj C. A. VOIGHI

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