The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 11, 1918 · Page 5
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May 11, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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SATURDAY, MAT 11, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE ETV®. *EWSOFTHEDAY AT ML PIEASANT BR1ER_Y RELATED 'hree Men Fonad Attempting to Eater Home Make Their Escape. ON PLAYS BU8GLAR PRANI hOQght Since Robbery b Sich an Easy Game fie Would Attempt to Frighten Members of the Family; He SncceefU, But P«Uc« Get Him. Specia.1 to Tbe Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, May 11.--The trglars who have been' terrorizing t. Pleasant for about a week were work early last evening at 7.30 clock, when Mrs. .Harrison; who lives ?xt door to George Williams, in 'ashington avenue, saw three men ying to force an entrance into the illiams house. The matter was .re- rted to the police but they were un- ·le to find any person. A little later a summons came from e east end of town, whert a maa waa ying to get in tbe house. Officers .swercd the call and when invesdga- n began the burglar proved to be HEYEB SELECTED FOE DCPOBTANT POSITION. Eugene Meyer, Jr., New York banker and business man, has been named y President Wilson as one of the ·use, who thought that the burglars amed to be getting away so easy he mid try and frighten the family, lich he succeeded in doing. H'ir ac- lowledged to the officer that he had ne'it to frighten the family. Sorters Asked to 31cet.v All mothers and wives with sons or sbands in the service will meet at e borough building at. 7.30 o'clock Tuesday evening to arrange for the rt they will take in the Red Cross ar Fund drive. Class Entertained. Mrs. T. O. Anderson entertained tbe 0. C. class at her Washington street me. by ernment war finance corporation. 'Mr. Meyer has been doing war work for several months with the war industries board and as a member of the ! national war savings committee. CORING OF COAL IS URGED BY DIRECTOR OF DISTRIBUTION henrise Sert Winter's Shortage Wfll Be Worse Than last; the Sttution Becoming Grate. A. W. Galloway, director of' bitu- aous coal distribution for the Fuel Ministration, during a visit to Pltts- rg last week made some statements iicattne that th'e coal situation is using no little uneasiness to those ncerned in directing the work o£ the el Administration. 'Tha bituminous coal situation in '. United States," he said, "is a very ave one. In order to meet the re- irements forced on this country by 5 war, we must produce and market next April at least 600,000,000 tons bituminous coal^ or 60,000,000 more ui were produced during the fiscal ir ended March 31, 1918. In fact, meet the requirements of this coun- · there must be 78,000,000 more tons bituminous coal produced in this jntry this year tiian there were in .7; 8,000,000 more tons for the New gland district; 2,5,100,000' more .'or ! districts . east of Harrisburg, not counting New England, and the rest of the country will need the rest. In the city of Washington alone 50 carloads of coal more a day arc being used than there were this time last yep-. "Just now the industries of the country, including the railroads, the steamship transportation lines, ia niu- i nition factories, iron and steel plants, i have only sufficient coal to keep them ruaning. Unless provision is made between, now and \vhen cold weather sets in, the coal shortage of this country will be far worse than it was last year. "This shortage can be prevented by storage of coal now in large quanti- , ties. This should be done by every- :,. body and especially by the officials 'of I jj the cities and towns. Every bushel Ui of coal possible should be hauled from j' 1 the mines by wagons and trucks, so that the railroad cars may be utilized in transporting coal to distant industries. "I look for this war to continue for another year at least, and to win we have got to arise to every"emergeiicy, and one of tbe most important fac- I ! tors in our winning will be fuel, not |. only for our own industries, but those of our Allies. It has been reported to me that the wagon-mine operators of j the Pittsburg district are willing to take a less price at the mines than j 53.12 a ton for their coal in order to I keep their mines in operation this ! summer and next fall. I hope the 1 public will patronize such operators '· all they can, for it will be a positive ' disaster if those mine% are forced to 1 close." THRILLING TESTS OF GIGANTIC IN UNCI.E SAMS ARMY SVi.-SrfrK J^SwvUtfeTfe.^r^M-^ttff: ww^«»««suinfi\rtArt3«wiRiVv^rereiw«»»Mwyi»rt^^ MONDAY, MAY 13th, Matinee and Night Advance Sale SJarts iiTonday Tilonnng at Theatre Ticket Office Prices: Matinee--Children, IGc; Adults 30c. Sight--Children £Gc; Adults, 55% Tax Included. In spite of the rainy, windy weather, the people came and kept on coming and bought most freely of the extraordinary offerings --knowing they were saving 20 to 30 and even 40 per cent. THE REASON WO PRICES AKE PREVTEB JJf THIS ADVERTISEMENT is because the different department heads are so tmsy that it was impossible for them to give details about the additional merchandise, the valtie:. the prices, etc.. in time for this paper going to press. One department manaeer probably voiced the sentiments of the entire store when he said: "What's tiie us of publishing prices when every item is a dead-sure out-and- out bargain." CKOTTDS 1VHX BE EVEN GREATER when the delegations from this city and.fifty iniies around have gone home and spread the news of th eivouderful savings to be had in this Anniversary Sale. EACH INCOMING EXFBESS brings fresh new nnderpriced pisrchnses from friendly manufacturers and which we in turn pass on to our cnstomers at Ilie most sensational SOT- J ing's as a substantial appreciation of their generous and loyal patronage. A5D WHEN YOUR SEIGHBORS show you their bargains and show yon the . biar amount th cyhave saved, you win regret it if you haven't taken advantage of this opportunity. IT IT'S AT THE ARCANE IT'S GOOD Who to Patronize. Merchants who advertise their good* The Daily Courier. Floipc* At i/ays The Thursday, Friday and Saturday The Great Screen Spectacle -- the Warrior with the Wonderful Maciste, Star of D'Annum:io's "Cabiiia" Has Garnered Another Kecord. This Picture Has the Most Remarkable "Punch" Ever Made, and Abounds in Hair Raising Thrills'. * 7 TREMENDOUS PARTS. Commences at 2 P. M. and 7 P. M. Prices -- Adults, 25c; Children, 10c. Nothing Seen 'Like "MACISTE" in Connellsville. Big Surprise 2I a t;nee for the School CliiMren -- Prices lie. ORPHEUM THEATRE --TODAY-- Thos H. Ince Presents DOROTHY DALTON in "10TE 1ETTKKS" Also Billy West in "THE. SCHOLAR." --TUESDAY-- Wallace Reid and Kathlyn Williams in · -THE THTfG TTE 10YE" THE TllEATIiE Wllli'R'E THE SHOW IS ALWAYS GOOD CHARLES IV. BOYER PRESENTS The Acme of Miniature Musical Comedy Organizations. "The Girls From Loveland" A BIG WHIRLY GIRLY SHOW AND THESSOaiE In a Itenertoire of jffraininre Musical Comedy. Special Scenery Exquisite Gowns C!ever Comedians A. Rooi Garden Show at Snhmarine Prices. 10--Musical Comedy Favorites--10 Cateliy 3Iusic. Pretty Girls Clever Dancers JIatinee Daily 2:80--lOc - 15c. i"ight " :30 and 9--15c - Sdc. !§ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "LONESOME CORNERS A Frnppc of F«n. " PARAMOUNT THEATRE j i --TODAY-- THH PEERLESS COT|-BOY STAR, ROY STEWART, IN HIS LATEST § BLOOD AND THbTs'DER PICTURE IN THE TRIANGLE fe DRAMA.OF THE WILD WEST "" "FAITH ENDURIN'" ALSO A. SE'^ECTED COMEDY. 11 0 IT B A Y "TEE STORM AND PASSION'S OP THE S1SA" ARE MIRRORED IN "BREAKERS AHEAD" A 5 ACT ItETRO DRAMA OF HEROISM AND ROMANCE FEATURING WINSOME VIOLA DANA. ALSO A GOOD TWO ACT KEYSTONE COMEDY. tf » "·r^^-'fv i -»J Will Present the following VICTOR RECORD MAKERS Henry BUR-It, Tenor ARTHDB COLLINS. Baritone ALBERT. CAMPBELL, Tenor THEODORE 3IORSE. Pianist The Sterling Trio, and BILLY MURRAY, Tenor BYROS G. HARLAJf, Tenor ,TOHS H. MYERS, Basso FREW VAX EPPS, Banjoist The Peerless Quartette IN ONE Grand Big Concert and Entertainment IN THE Conimellsville, Pa., on , PRICES $1.00 AJTD $1.50. ' All proceeds will be donated to the Edwin. S. Porter Branca of the Navy League. Tickets now on. sale at McDonold's Music Store. ?KTEY DISK--It's Just Scientific Playing--That's All Rr C. A.. VOTfiHT f--VO» Poof--V ·liOCKH I MEWEJ PlW A TftsasAvio "teFSRS. f" C. .«r..N^a-'3^ ^-

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