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May 9, 1918

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I Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 6,755 i VOL 16 NO 153 CONNELLSVILLB, PA. THURSDAY Ifi\ ENING MAY j 191S BIGHT PAGES (ORE GROUND IN FLANDER IS WRESTED FROM GERM HINDENBURG LOSING 89,546 ACpS OF CpNELiSVILLE TILLABL^ LAND IN BESTS UNfONTOWN FAYETTE COUNTY IN This Is Sho\\!\ in S u n c j Made Tins Ci(j lias 1'erecni.jigi of l(t) L n d t r IMr«tion ol J. S. Carroll. to 1H K o l l f r t I T s ·it- Counter Attack Last Night British Force Back Teutons in the La C!yette-Voor- mezeele Sector; They Also Gain Between Ancre and Somme, While French Repulse Drive Below Amiens; Friends of Von Moltke After Scalp of German Hisrh Commander, FARMERS ARE HAMPERED REPUBLIC LEADS COUNTY PRESBYTERIAN His Alleged Assailant, SOCIETIES VOTE ' Leo O D prnan, Under TO CONSOLIDATE Bail For a Hearing RED CROSS DRIVE lippnrt S h o w h T h a t I isl Tear M a n v CompIUi Deport Shows T ittic ^ l l l i m e Trodntts Ylert Not H l r v i s ( d lie Subscribed Its Ijiioln m tin 1 lurd ii\«se Hm ^ i r i Ni1 \ii«la.ll to (iun|uui;n Mun l i n n Spun 1 nm x H n n i l l p Ilioni -,100 I uvettc farms. O u r , l i u i i l i a n u m S r i n n d I'liuo, "' One Mock. K 10 Inleres-^ng i n f o r m a t i i r on igricul t Complete c I T c i J report o 1 u n t o tural resource', ant. n eds of fai m m g j count} « i imp-ugn d u i nt IE.. I h i r l \n I ijette rountv « con AII td in the I ' b c i t . 1 oan is5 icci 61 pvtnuig shov. repoit of the couclj fii m survey iiade loul sutiscripjors of fl 51 I oO i ig publ bs J i l i n s ( u i o l countv u r e above even tbe m a \ i m j m diit ci su ei nlcndent of sibooK under the Pa-tiem of tn l i b u t v loan co n n it i joint auspices of Ue t nited Slates Su idav o c n u t , w l i t n t h i s u t i m t n t Dcpartraen of Ayicult re t h e Snlc *a* m idi ttut i iota! w o u l d be be- IN COMMANDER HAS NOT MADE GOOD IN WEST' Bv Associated Press. LOtsDON Ma 9--By a coanter attack delivered last night British troops the Germans ^ere driven from the portion ot Allied front line they had entered on the Flanders front in La Clytte-Voormezeele sector the war office announced to- Uong 1 itli l'o|inlatKn I cnti rb tlit Outljinp nistncti «1U lie J h t i r mi?ll]j C a n v i i A S t d in the Km In e, learns M irl Into Lutititn bnndai driv e in 1 a.}cue countv which vvil be- Further progress * a«. made last night bj the British on the f» m TM n ^l ^ f ab telrTmTn 0 U east of Amiens between the bornme and A.ncre livers 10 nto»n on samrdaj at « h i h J --red Yesterda\ s attack ou the Flanderb line was carnea out by Kurtz oi this utv *db made con n German divisions Heavj casualties %\ere inflicted upon | ( h a man o' the dnvt and J L 11 b the British forces Schick coum ca npaign man igci A new German attack was, made tins morning on the Flan- Tliese '»° mo " h- 110 Joetl bu * ! -' nce , front north of Kemmel The enemj pressed back the then tourm b the councv du d o-g-mu ish lines slightly at one pomt, ^T"d n "i o^ h, %"» »m be pr med lo -iiart on il e first dm ;le w i l l be i^d to t n e ire j , undi nj, or b im/ed m ihe supeni on mamgors «ho HrNDEMJLKG UADEK ilKE. LONDON Ma 9--Fcnnei influential officers m the German $00000 supporting "Son MoJtke the former chief oi staff, are agi- Commune*. ig against Field Marshal von Hmdenburg on the ground that l ^ e township- German -successes on the Western front have not reached ^^^ark C L I Delations, according to repents m The Hague transmitted coutuj°headcj er reserve by the correspondent of the Dailv Mail vear mfa te.id Another report which, according to the correspondent ap- local chipu rs of he coun w i n be s to have some foundation is that a sharp conflict oi opm- i con oiidated d i n e has arisen between Fjeld Marshal von Hindenburg General t-ndrr the a muisuiip district arc dendorff and the Crown Prince on one side and Chancellor Bul . Isk ,! 1 Spnntfieid Mewari. Con Herthng and Foreign Secretary von Kuehlmann on the r. btmg handled « « the neiisuiic sal i rone aad Pe-n l these t was'iipt. Durbar town-ship^ 7 n ^ach of learns \ v i l l t R E \ C H iUSPriiftjE GEItMrN PATROLS. Mtation of funds which *ill PARIS May 9--Heavy artillery fihtmg on t?oth sides of temod nmch_onerj.hcj Avre rwer on the troBt below Amiens is reported in today's Ltbert "Loan campaign ial communication The statement reads 'Spirited artillerv fighting occurred last night north and h of the Avre German patrols attempting to approach our lines in the on of Campelle St Ai^nan \vere repulsed * be pat Next n organ /in?, ht. cor each Hill Tt KEl'Oirm) KILLED IN ACTION. WASHINGTON Mav 9 -- T h e caualtv list todav contained ames divided as follow Killed m action 10 died of wounds led of accident 2, died of disease G , Bounded severel , 13, nded shghtlv, 41 prisoners 1 Ou Sunda^ \Ia 12 proJiblv 15 team^ of foi r nen e cli w n go oat into he difff r t - t eections IM i ie coun where ta k the ALLIED LIN Eh HOLD AT \PIttS. WITH THE BIRTISP ARMY IN FRANCE May 9 --Fisht- ;va still in progress this morning at \ lerstiaet on the front a*vest of \ \ r e s At one time the British were forced back itlv bv macnine gun lire All the rest of the original de- es however appeared to be in the hands of the defenders m v oormezelle-La Clvtte sector the d m e to tin e hov. tht ncce= r rceK to the La w i l be sele^ttd The c i m p a i g p D- H J C A N A D I A N S R 4 I J ) G L K M A N POSTS. C A N A D I A N ARM\ HEADQUARTERS (B} Canadian Press j Mav )--Strong raiding parties of Nova Scotia and New iswicK troops entered the enemv's outpost lines earlv ves- LV at \eu\ille-~\ itasse southeast ol \rras Thev inflicted \ casualties on the Germans took prisoners and two ma- 2 guns w i l l be held d chi]rcht v s to ( x p l u n rjral rea dPiits, inrt t\ foi c itrit nuns ip uffti The «peake'-s some inje t us wc^k corrmittoe at Div- inized last flis^ follows Be I Ttnpaign ma^atcr M E S t i a w n Geor a t Moor* j a.tni r L A Glenron R _) Hcn-v j- -mk \ Tarr Harrj M MclJonaJd and Ja nts Median Th c o m m t U o a p j o i n r c roi Pcn t o u n bin and au\ 1 arnx. is rompr-,ed of C T Da\ risoti managt \\\^ Lena G a l k f [rs J \ \-1 B v u * Jesbt. Bla/ ( I f (.unpett J p J o n e s J Bui 11 Snvriei Rc\ roid%(,o in l i, H S d e r The fatir J u r c t i o i corni i i ec cor ais^j of Rilp i t. Beerbo« 11 n mage'' D M Gia'iam John D a u g h t m Jack Flannigan uid ] t l w a i d STI 11 Depa irucnt of Xg i c u l t u i ind tht Df partmcn of P u b l i c Safni% \rnoip: other things L s h o w s a ot il oC 8j o ib acr*.*i of t i l i a u l o lind 17 03L dcrf 1 ^ of wooded land und 2 S o 6 irr(s OL pas ture land in tho counfv making a. total of J 62213 acres The m m h e r of farms m J a j c u p county ih CbLi i2.ttd at 2 i'JJ f roiii v, Inch I S )G prooerlj fi'Ie I out schod ulc 4 * « t r c ^CCUTL 1 Fhe fact tJii a ' counts are not e x p o i i e n c n g t n par licular d i i n c u l t j m g ttmju, T a i n i lib ir is ndicated bj the f iU lhal onl !*"{ Tarn ei ^ reported n ft' of "d (lit 01 ai h e l p The drain ( i t t h t ''urm lit or o( c ib'oned \y the ^ ar ind d r a f t c g u e n a-i prnporiionitoh small ^e^ ntv c.nc ^otis of F a g o t t o o u n L \ f LI ins v ia\e t-nli^ttd n t 1 ^ i ml r SGIMH ind ori b ln.\e been u Ied 5 into the SL I r e n e irir l h s^nt ot f u m e i s otherwise t-mplo^cd arL ^ ^ e r l it 256 I h e r ol o w i n g i rnpb u 10 lejior td is nof h a u n g htm ha-v stetl last MI because of tht lac ir b t l p n acrt, 1 - of corn gri^s 10 icus otitjL I i rt r\L U t c i f s tia^ G I at i t s o i s " acres t , l o \ t r 1C L rc^ tna wheat 1 icrea The number of dair^ ov.« 0*13 u In Favette coi n t v has J H a m lit : last r a r rom 4 9SS to * "»*» and 133 anm tls -\re boug L lo be purihiac(! b\ tht firniers against 1 i4 a n i m a l s lha ar., on itu m a i k e t fc r 5ak Th*« numl or of I ul -i has been increased w i t h i n the same uruo from 318 to I ' D -nd ihp iffaTkcr-lrcro aim-*-, tint w l i l t f h f r e ire 2" bn 1 nn the n i r t t e t there ar tmlv f i ersons ^ 10 ire m the mi ket to purrbasc bi s In i k t m a n n e r stters h a \ p uten i n e r t t-ifid to lit number of 1 f" f r c m 8S r w n ed in iht. count ! ist t a r T h e r e al--o should be no shorta^p ir b inn d"e^sed beef fo tht btef co\\ s w h Ie tne nu nbcr his uetn (tecuafifQ f r ) m -140 o It I \ i t thert are J2 foi *.al In ttic LOllnt^ w h i l e onlv 1_ nios l».cti\e purcbusers Ore b u n d n d and fifU stet rs a-- offe ed for -.lie against _ don uid for tin bo\mcf W o r k horses ^nd mults no« owictl in ihe count} n u t il er "5 8S w t i l r Ia"-t i e tr tht, i u m b e i i A "i d ^a.s o 1S^ he 1 m i r k c t n tin!^t,s --h )w-, up strong u~ inimals being r tr bale \ \ h i l e there is a d inand for "^ I u m e r * i n the i o m t ire feoing int tf e shoup business n earnest _ ISS breedin., P\V(-, t cing o w n e d b he t o i n t ^ f i 1 * Uvcen ^B ioj OOC and f oOD ww rhe = ibbcr i p t t o n uis aim jsi ?J OJO OUO nort. than Lhe ai ot n e n t o' 3 /So l u O H p u b l i c heads he f i f l e r n disfictt nto w h i c h I a \ t to c o u n t s w is in id L to Lht i H v. res ling hrst hon ors f r o m J ^Jreliance OH t ic last da) a r tcr that tow L had maim mcd i* ·jositiou. ste atosil^ Ui o u g r o u t tht, /our v, ha -\ ork f i c p u D I c sub^ st r i b r d r ore iha^ L V O T tlr DO i s al l o t n u n t \ \ h i l t P a i r c h a i c c is boh nd i jubt i pice ^ h o w i n t p U d t t s o t i m o b t b e \ t n tunes s q u o t i ConncllM il t wo i ov«_r L mot tow n h i v i n g a per tnUL,t of l*b to 143 for t h t c o u n t it it L n i o i t o w r l i o w t \ u but t ^ jc i ipuon,b T ie t u o » S i OUO Ij it ii of P ^ c bttJs Ln hor i tl no I on iu ti LI, lit t aire) ant t j, tiuoti \\ as Jai L s o 1 (.d i tot i of lie " ic c o u n t , c 1 r M ir !I b*. t L pn n r 1 o P t p i i N t w Siiicirr ^ a l d e I bil ai d Du bai The M e t ' ' in t o w n Ila^, w i n bt 11 UK lai^-Ls nm her of stars tlie [l a ^ ^t h t a d q u a r u i read to d e l v e to t i n sub di i i ot N e w balein btarin., _ -%Ui \ u u m b t r )f tin £U£ b a s e a rcac,\ I c ^ presenitd rne oHic al n sort fo io\rs l)ij»l. siib'-rnpLjon (juulu Pet ^ 14 100 5 -J050 ~ 5 HOITM* and I u r n u n M I S ^ K n Orc / i t i m V i l l IH h n n n i i l i o n niter as J Ji h(," *»( i r t ^ feCOTTDVl] M a j j \t the 3 h a n n u a l meet ng of the W o m a n s He me a n d F o r t gn Mis mnan bocieties o r ( lio KefKtoiu PIesD^tcr^ in lit 1 1 e c t e n i i church ·vesteidi the \ o t e \v is LISL iliat united Jie Home ai d "Vireign ^jcioties and tin eafte- thesf^ or^anuitions m 1 i e n.nour as the Ladie-i Missionir^ '-ot efv of 1 5e tcditone Pro-ibytc v \ constitution v a u adonted and piiced on the i e cords 1 he follov-nit, officers were lelLf ed p rt sident Mr? 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Rep jolic I airchanc* 1 Nt\s balen \*tndi,ib It Dunbar M i^O"tow r L o i i i L l I v i l B QV ^\i\ ** J a n». M i io L moniow n Fa 1 J j l u 0 . 8 1)0 ·- 0 I tl/ 10 0 J4S 4 DO 20$ nu.) 0 5 1 000 S)-00 - 2 Mil 146 O J J 2~ 15u t b l j- JO ISO _ l 9 o U 2" 4 5oO _ r 3 I M O A 41 1 U UI 1 J o j I b ) S4S 5 J J lot) l J o O lo) 344 SO) H i U -oJ 1. l11 }UO i ] 16 OaO J-b i T j 1*0 10~ MJbI 1ULL M J A T H t K b l O U U . iDON Mai U -- Uthough t i. n ns are that be go' en meut weather toda s storm it s m mg Lo note thav for he first in he hibtoi of. the Uovd e adinm stration inspired mti 1 appear m that portic/l cf the which suppoits former Pr mier Ji that in f^ent of the g o v e i o bems defeated there eiisLs an at \e go\ernment readv to step MORE THAN 500,000 AMERICAN SOLDIERS ARRIVE IN FRANCE Fact is Hade A norm in Statement by Secretary or M u r Newton I. Baker \ccordmg to an announce made ^esterda bj Secretan of Caker there are al p-e=.ent m o i c thai GOVERNMENT AGENT SEIZES LUMBER FOR USEATMARKLETON rvt l ar 1 ontK } urnislittl b t tbi t on- iit'llsulh I onstriittion C u m p n n j , \ \ u r k n u n i t d e i Laplam i ^ Pdlcrr o L LI prt fc-UUb LQUst u t i n ^ e n 0 i u u r was hen ^ e ^ u r d a j f i o u i Markl6ton b a n u o i i u n i \ \ h i l c 1 7 ) v. ci o and coma ind«.ued L^o tura o£ h m f p o r of! as having been ouneci list bei ii t h e ardt, of the ConjelK i[]u j ar Rims h i v o itso i n e r t i^o 1 "inTii f onMnu tion e o n j p m j but \\-is UD ibl if t i 111 and n th ion i j w r u 1 f( lo oo ito a n j nore u is stitec 1 Tbt salt here ib i dcnnnd foi j i i is in m a i i i i a l w i l l be ubi d i tie l o j t n d ! the c o t t u supersntcnc ent ^ report m^ of t-h*. burned portion ct UK -Mint That T "nette roitnlj IUH not bee i to ' "i and (? ectin 0 oUier o m i t infcs h o l d i n f ; ts cupacm foi ioa-.t poik about tbe i esort »li cj is .n ! i k n o w i i I anrt perk hoi« ^ i Inn th t im tb 5t ^ C en:rj.l Hosiiitdl So 11 tu -up )|v s incite iltcl in lit rcpoi* 1 hi.re ts gre-t ni.ed o r common labor t at 3 T I porkc s live been cllml-islu. lllrt .arpcn ci- C iplain I tter-io s U o ed to 1 7 2 4 in the I n t ^ e ^ r One Thi. coDtrictor on tin ;ob Ib Pati\ to ~ i h u n d t e d teventv cmh aie sougnt PM t h t preMl In = w i g i s o^cl a l o w n M d IliiUrs Must JLakc. !{(.-, whll(1 l]lcrc , 10 ,, ,, po , kcl , on I h e H hours pa} for l u h o u i b u o r k l a port ot Hour S,to Is l m j , k c t To, =ale In b ooo -o»s t l t m n o . b cin bo mcd it one. and t u Lndcr i n s t r u c t i o n s from 1%ashn = | ,s a good tncrci t f i o m k S ' o w n e d 1 ist )t. it- b as soon as tbe luuuer a u n e s ton a l licci^ed bakers ~rc r e q u n e n I t lr to ]j 8 i ^( j ,|, e deni uirt foi 7 u is oil tlie w ty i d d i t i o n i l o u b ib on \ It il uiccu by a dt i c to s i l l tbiPt. 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INVENTORY REQUIRED' in VII to tiio an iimniorx or a l Him j stoc-ks of /lou- substitutes s ii=ai and t b h o r t e n m g Th se i n v e n t o r tb are to | be taken b f g i r n nj, Saluraa-x Maj 11 and t.ath u eek the^eaftei nccordmg \e government n-auv iu siey ^^=. u.ui= a.= ^ v·«cui. ..ioiu tu m ^ announccme t h C , breach It is underswcKi tnai p"! 000 Amencan soldters , n service c o u n t j f ood adm m s t i w o r m Fiance The secrefirj dd not fatatc the number of men over there but he sa d his fo-ecast made in Jan tiarv that 500000 men w o u l d bo n g it to Mr Asquith if he con [France M spring bad been surpa c ed their explanation unsatisfac l Secre ar-s Biker in his statement, o push hia motion to a division ,''aid I cannot now or liter discuss the numie~ of American troops in Fnnce "but T ara gild to be ab e to saj t h a t i the f( recast I mide m Januan his TON Ma 9--The name. oC been surpassed '-emier Lloyd George ind ( ban Bcnar I aft w i l l make ccripre- e statements replying ser atrm of Gene"al Maurices points \Mims, n Blanks have been m uled Lo he bakeit. from \\ a hin^ton and tuej a i e required o l e p o i t direct to th" Lni ed 'State Pooc 1 \ d n n n i 6 t i a i o n a.t \Vasli ( rgion Thcv ,ue also ruiu led u* I keep a recoid of Uio receipts and sales 1 of all floui and substitute-, if a ij [ a n d a 1 qm Li ic u*=cd m ba.k ag dvu ing t at li \ eef » RAISING DEVIL MUST END ilooil sew I n^land men have apj eai casualty lists since Ame icin landed ir France ^ tabu\ UOD nrt from the front slume*! to- There -were 2 f *3 deaths "s ed 20 raissm:: and six re ort p-isont i p One hundred and ree w e r e kil ed ID act on n * e d erl of wounds 8b of riis nd 19 of other cau«e« LAST REHEARSAL RED DAWSON COMMENCEMENT Girls* Gym f hi hthttion to t-nt Siiiut nts I ui, \il(nuon. . II ALUABLE_SHIPMENT Tr-iin ot Copper North #U"»rt.- 000 (.«xs Thwuiflu oac cars of copper pa»sea ii Connells-nlle the ot.ier clay- re* bound o\er the Raltiriore railroad m charge of ( on jj G Mason as est mated the shipment w LS a million and a quarter dol 3'imuU tu I h l h t r \ddri s s Rc\ \\ B Purnell pdstoi of th° . . l i s t Presln n r i i n c h u r c at Danson The pih b £\nrnasiu"j class of t h t i w i l l d r l n e i t i t tlclnse i the ,= adu high schoo w h i c h has been prepai 1 ates of tlie Da rson pubirc bchooti ng for an exhibit on under he direc this e v e n i n g at t l t e annual cu-nii ence tion of tbe instructor ,Iiss iva U a ' meni L x e i u s u b o be b e d m (ochu.n t e r b u r \ held the last ichearsal \e= Memorial \ e ' odist chi i c h Hts sub erdv This a'tei noon at 4 o clock an Jec t ^ L tL a I l o n n ^orj Note fo \ h i b n o n was helt' for Lhc benefit ot \ i l u e Pecened I Pioni SL to Pa\ t i e high schoo] s adems Dr H J Boil e Dawboi v ill pie he diploma Himir [nromis ^ \ t » ( Snli I»o him Itiiiincss is !«!)· U e don m nd voi bo ·voui fun sail M T \ O Du^^an in po l i c e couri Lh s n o i n i n g to j l *jo\s d.^ , Captiin Pateino rested toi d ^ o i d u \ tone ct \\ L tf^clop ri t h i *V w a n ou to ?\L a l l the fun ou tai -ilai es n ] alj but his hoo llu i L u s ness nd l a i s i n g the d o \ U \ s got to svop T i e ofa ttpie I \\j,rd -id I t i o m i M h i t U o A - L e n c n c o 7ann s I t t e n G } i inMin R^bin-on I i»ar Me 11= t i i N\ lliam ind J o h n D nni 1 - l e e T olins V ill ni 1 nns and \!e\ \. h i o\ ( o n plai t \\3-i tnado bv ^ a ^ cicrs Persons wial ins u n p l o \ m e i bhouH )pl on tt c O r o u u d s 01 t,on u l t P f Bufano t-inplojmtiH a n ? n t of the Pub he, b e i v i c ^ R e s c i v e at the f o i e gn do paitmeiu of the ""tou^l T list torn pan Irank S w e e i u j of thp \\cst fade w h o his been c o i n i n g on r- ( . o H i a t i foi UIP w i i h g of t i t sanaioi u u t lui completed Hie w o i k The i, i u I o ^ pitil L. now couiple el^ u i i f j foi hi\lns ekUr eft; Di lint, Llie come sation be \\pt_n int. "\ i Ruf inn I s hid been ho i n it \ P I \ f u disi i n t rom iich ot ei M Bui mo w a s t h e guest ol Capl ni Pit"! o t (li iner TS C M n n 5 1 e i n g p castrl \\i h the eccption c i \ e j i hm in t h i s e c l i o n C ipt mi I nemo '·t t ort th it IIP w il h u t 1 h \\iff 1 now it h i s home ii N v "Vork sprnri se e T nonihs it M u k leton d i n i n g the snmrrei Tomorrow evi_mrg it S o clock tho ub! « invited to the h gh scho il to vv ne^s tre classes going th r ott^h their drill** and extrcises sent Pobihlv = h o N p r s tonight ind In div warmei tonight c o i l i rnda f'-esh to e rong west and s o u t h w e s t winds is the noon w e a t h e r fotecast th Cb-en e Ascension II iy. 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IL Co t-gc '-ta ed RED CROSSJAKES APPEAL 1-or n Seuimi slOO.OIHMW r To ( o n t i n u t l(s ( i n d t r ' i i l IWk The Mar C mnul of the Xme^KJA K -J (.loss h i s i p p i a l e r i ' t o ill nioin I hers tiiiou 0 no it !hc c o u n l i v to aid 11 nia.k nt, the dm lor dnjihu ^1 f 00l» 000 u a i el ef f u n d n c c r ^ b r jc ciiipaig" \\hit, 1 ] t-t und \ a \ Ma -0 %\ib i n n o i i u c d fur f a l u TI\ Pre^l d nt ^\ l =o i ^ ( erda\ in ^ p oc ima uon i e^ E . w i n c th inanv n e t d s o \ r c «.a$ and at ionic for « n t h tlR f u n d aie r t q u i e i No m a t t e r hou nan n on ire i tamp m u nisi 01 in t i t t u n c h e * t \ s t h e app n tht p i c LO on of the \ m c r u a n R d ( ios rui=t bt w i t h ; e\ en one f i o"i the ume he lea^ s hoirt u n t i l h i e t i r " s to his noinc o j ui til L nds hi O i a - \ e on fou ^n boil The "uiiu prot ction u list bt ! n iin mud o\ i ai \ dcju dem he j nia-v K a \ e boh n l h i m Tlie n t e d r oi at least $]QO '0' J is t o n ^ m c ng a i Q mir cdi it GRODZINHOME LdOil Fto\ Jn tlu D m t U SIITS I h i n Is N n 1 h u t I il Oklah nift. 1 « e l ng \ ) h«in he * ci d n IP ib lifo P ^ ^ ^ M o n i b f i d / m L-j e t u i nod Horn TiiJsi OKla and i tml i n ^ p i e j irdiions n ns^er to tin Lill r tho i n i = Pe \ \ i enil usi a^t t toda^ i t i pro uc of Collins i r t o lie i G n d r i u a*- i O l H h o n a - f j i inoniJ He w e n i'i o u i h \ p i a t t i f il v l o u n i n heal i V li It t l i P i e lie 1 t.(jT c l n -* i h fou oil o m p i ^ i e ^ Hi n t r c s h u!i Jiol I t * i h t ci n ( ! co m i \ u i dei h sun he i~v s ARE SURPRISED (.r( nsii ir or 1 - 1 lio ( i m f» i ^ t ! *) I H u m in f MI ft Hi r V m u 'id n L sin pi s p u \ foi i en n c w r i M i \ -^ 1 a r n i ) n o 1 i^t ( i i w f o i d t,\ nui. ~ ^ 0 1 (n or C u e n s l j i t . j e n t i r K asti n SLai u i n c d h e i e \ c i c i d i a f t i noon o n h to Im 1 ib i M Ht-imon \ ^s no it I omo iau -, r one ia M i n t PI i ^ i n t l \ I S M f r i e n c s Thi ni s nv,e\( prn i deli^i] 'ul al\Linoon i h steins 1 C oiuu Is l \ l i t Ua-\ ing foi home on. lie D o clock |st cet t i GREATEST RAISE IN HISTORY OF ROADS IS RECOMMENDED £100000,000 in Ilack Pai and an iu- mml Iru r^a^ ui s.JO(l,OOU OUO 11 I t i r c c t n r h i m nil Vpj»roie v . V« V^-HINOTON Mav j -- T h e out -,iiudi g featurtb of the recnmnunda lions made In iht Railroad V.aj,'- Consiiis^ion w l\ich \su« sulm uud in Di ( C t i Geneia-1 of Railroads M c A u j u ·\ es i d n ore as lollows A^pro\imaveh - 000000 tmptaes to rec n e increase of nearh $500^00 uO \t.ii plus back p o of f l O u 000 OViO f om Janua*^ 1 to ^ini 20 V ^ j S No charges in hou s of »-emce or o^ er aie pi\ Ml increases allow ed to apph to e m p i r e s lecening Ic^ 1 - iban S2-0 a mo ! h Vi r men as well a^ men to bpncfn In In idual me- uses nm from a fe^w dollai 1 - to S 4 a nJontb DfHi'-ion based on increased co^t oC T\"p'fal o\amp]p rf raise^ allowed Tho t r ( c e i \ i n g ?- a rii~\ n 3^16 jn c-ea^eri to S2 to ?6 h l e c e s i n g : to ? 5 . 3 ?4 to Tlic 5e l e c e s i n g : S7S a nonth m orpa^ to ^3 n 7 r NSo to ^11 » 5300 to S J o l ' o ^11" o (110 Jo 512D o SIo3 * ill o *1~-* - ^-00 to ?216 ~o t i n ihoie paid un a mileage I isis ihe f lloums increases irc allowed T ieiL.ht service -- Lnpinter^ and moor IK n "H 1 -) pei cent f re men and. hel u.r o4 J - coaductors 2Q 1 /" brako n en ind fl iginen oO 1 P i sengcr ser\ ice -- 1 npineers and mi mmcn 1 hcipei ^ -S" 1 ! 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