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May 14, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 1

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Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 6,710 VOL. 16, NO 157 CONNELLSVILLB, PA, TCESDAY EVENING, MAY 14. 11S. TEN' PAGES FALIANS REPULSE DESPERATE ENEMY ATTEMPT TO CARRY BY MEN CALLED BY 5 TO GO IT iraggle is Bloody One on Rocky Slopes of Mountain and in the Darkness ; Italians Hold Intact; Germans Launch Violent Artillery Attack Somme Valley. ttea«nrc Will Support it Motorists, ss Statement. Korm Part of Increment Thaf js fchp Onjpr I a ] f J r Camp Lee to Leaye By Coancfl to cft tor Hlgbee . Tins Mouth, n CfFY BEHIND THE TMESDATE IS NOT YET NAMED STREET DAMAGE ISSUE Ignition of Roof Causes it to Collapse on Melting Tank in Which is Hundred Thousand Pounds of Molten Glass; Workmen, Warned by Cracking of Timbers, Escape. r AR LORD COMPELS LITHUANIA TO BEAR YOKE ITALIAN ARMY HEADQUARTERS IN NORTHERN IT4J "i Mar 14 -- iian troops repulsed vith heavy los^ a desperate eietm anerapi last night redeem the loss of Mont Carao It is believed tha this was onl the first a series of efforts to regain lost rround o w i n g to the \alue of the heigat iich coramaads the api roaches lo the valley \esdirg f rom Trer t to Rovereto The fight last Bight was n the darkness and was a bloody hand to hand uggle over rock slop's of the mountains The Italian positions however re maintained mtact. Thus far the fighting around Mont Carno has been of local character and t a parr or anv general offensive although tic ou posts show ncreasmg av^v all aiong the moaatam fron^ © Situation at Bnmstor» Corner ib Pe- List is tlie Largc-t tlie District Has mliar to Coondlsi lie, Iliis Onb ^ e ( BPPII (ailed Upon to Sapplr nr I'lac* Where D r h r Mn«.l Sisoal tin \\aj- \.eamU kaibensm, List Uireciiou He s Going, Jlsyor IphoIJ. ior Oistnct io i Vot Vet Beady- Jell Telephone Conduit Ordinance is Formally iulnwlnced. COULCI! Balks lit ^in^rlc Payment Ju il) i)u\s ior Street Siveeprr, (»efleral Ncwb. A.utomofa 'isla will weluame the en i i^oca. Board Cor Diso- CL No 5 pre j forcemeat of ail nteUisem raffle o 1 - ' p^red a lisi of J o ' lucn *ho w i l l be i ojlianLe liccordlnt lo a *el k n o w n called to lea^e w i t h Uie increment, af ' Coniieilsullc niaa w h o Consumes draftes *ho LO to Can p Lee the lat above tut. average quai-U*v ot gaso- ter pa-t of tins month The list oi line Cor Dusmea* «md pleasure pur poseb As 3. matter oi CacL he de- claret, a major tv oC the drivers vi ' c.ompao\ GBOWS V101 FST IS SOttXr IU-GIOV ONBON Mav H --G -rman a-nl 3 flre w a b violent last night in tre moie and Ancre river v a l l e v s c a v s official statement {rom Field Mar il todaj The statement follows TVe ca"-led out a sucxes^ful raid t night no-theast of Robecii inders ind captured a few prison w rthout casualties to ourselves X ty of the enemv wh ch attacked * oC our posts west of Mcrvnle was mlsed with lo s The hostile artlllerv w a s active ere sectors. HIS PK5HTH GPR^l 1 ! M A I I I I N F ARIS Mav 14 --Serge, nt Fi-ink O vlies of the Stork e»cadr lie has down another German ma the eighth to his credit since arv lt The sergeaits home is r Bedford Mass . MXST TAY UP iMSTERDVM May 11 --Emperor lliam Das issued a proclamation, toeming Lltiiuanva ia vr'uch he sas B assumed Lithuania v ill partici e in the war burdens of Germany KILLED THINGS WILL HUM WHEN LEE BOYS GET OVER, SUGER WRITES Members 01 H i s ( urajNin} Ri-nilj to (.·nt imod Vecoont, Satfe (-ornur ( t iirltr t u t p l u v t Vie h a \ e or krb lo be -^ad to lea^e 0 v o noi s tiOi ce · **i cs Ra ph K blurt for nerl o The Goune 1 - fo-'ct f r o m Camp I ee t ver-v U i u g b packed h p sajs but v,c do no Kno\v \ v h o i e v* e art aoinj, U e could u u t hf re G- i half hour s notice E\ m i n i n g i~ narrvtd to be shipped A L 1- ^o vt, k mv, we w i l l ftnj.I!i Land i,otnc A herv. in t rfl.i\ct, It wa* a 1 ig (iisappTintment to nav e ou f ui Iou 3 h takf n from Uh b it V.P art* r i iM^g he best of il \\ c all r it 1 that % hen ov division ^tts o^ cr i n e r t t n i o g = « i l besnn to hum 1 ftan G( c O m ucr o =ee m l o u d one- dnd i"icnd5 before I went across bu v,c look at t that -he =oonpr u e go and get the Ha ^c the aoonei vu w i ' l be homt, o staj TbJs certa nl\ has bfen a bus place--ge ti ig thiog^ read\ -o w e can co quicklj Since -AP kno* v.t w i l l not feet furloi gha all arp ajjiiouslj waiting for tne arrior to mo\t, I am sure that Company H 'wrtll giTe a O ood welcome aucb. an ordinince providms j is dtaw-n w ah the purpose of regu lading traffic and jot mcrelj Lo aniio^ the a iUnsL Tiier ii no eason to be -mrpnsed o\er the btatemcnt of citj oiliri t s thai a largo penentage of d r i v e r MO- late the iuto"iobile law thib nan de ( 1 ired Tht fact ^ tliat since ( o n Utilise llo bpcame a u t \ ol t i e third n s s it M-. enJxtfHi no refoildtion-; cohering tie nno^emcnt of utomobile and \eh U trafTn- The old boiough \ o ,, dra p tees has not jet beux prepared i Tne fo lowing will be called by Board NO o Jesse Hat! Ob opvle, Andrew \ ftrgo 1 eisenr ng No 1 Mike Yir^k-U box 22 hcienborn. Ph lip J Miagan I u ^ r n n g "SV liiam Uamcl Manors M i l l R u n Larl harth J^unhii VrU ur r-uleaur \.ark.lesburg Pi ter Josept M Ion LonneUs\il!e laaies C h t i l e t . riviloacle, \aiide- Jraak M Heifl-ell s t i o w m a n Indian Heaa C abort Hoo-vc Indian traffic is a dead tetur and whatever i Creek t cin i Uia ilatioas are in oiIiH.t are the e- of ti P pcrsn ill wh ni of Ihe man hi*i tn* to he raa^or at ttie trn ; is i u f n i cisn of M a i n Dug or 1 is predecessor Tbe fact IK ec us? of councvl a fi I U I P to [enact i iraflic orrlmance i jp lo tht mayor 10 raik 1 i^ hi been o w n "TASHIMGTON ay 14 -The casu-| j list todav contaioed 7- names di-t erf »s follows nivdmacnon 14 died ot -rounds died of dreease, 3 woniidcd slight- 21 mffistns inacaoo y ATT AKTELLEBi El THE ·ARK, Mav 14-- Heav; arnlle-y itins -a ie Champagne t' reported oxter's official statement Onlv pa I action occurred on the mam bat PicarQ ^rjv, HORN TO CMTV1A A M I TUtS i l c B V M U S C a p a m aD(] Urs , j M c D a n l e b of LEIOnto ^ a r p [bf , prnod pa^ms o a nmc V0 ^ A ^ 0[1 who arrhed yes I terrfav m o r n i n g a the borne ot Mrs ' McDanieis ? r d n d p a r e n [ « a, Djnbi shortl\ af er Captain ^i_Oai icls ar mal hme tor a U l e d a j fjdoujh fr(ra j^,^ Osletnorpo Ga _ ; r p ous lo tiev marr a5c VIr= « cD "ni!-h was M]js Bca _ ]ce Dale} 0[ Mno!ir TO f \ M P « \ f o Mav 14 --The total of tish casualties reported ra the k ending todav is 31 612 The are ided as follow^ illed or died of wound --Officers men 5 065 /bonded or imemg -Officers C 123 a, 23^23 sports of Enfe=:h casaal-ie-^ usual -? not available for «ome time *r the action, in which they are Busied The large total ir the last ^k emdentlv represents losses suf- ed when the fighting m Flanders t Picardj "wa^ it if* height The il last week was 38 691 M ss Ma*- e Colema' 1 a former n u r c for he Wetro-poiitan Tasurance comps.o'v m Conie-Usvlle arc! -.veil known in thio comraunit\ has gone to t-amp Wh^c ei Macon Ga, as a Red Cro. 1 ^ nu*"«e M bs Coleroan enlistPd a 'cw ftepLs ago PreMOu=; to leaving for camp -hp was t p n d e r r d a large farp-wel! pari^ il thf home of Sidow 3n Talbot a t e n u p Bradriock MINUTE MEN RESUME i fros*i to Be th^ Theme t non liieh They "Will Speuk TWs ^cek be talks b Four-Minute speake-s e resumed last evening a the the as of the ci*y with the Ked Cross s-e, sex Cor nest *voek, as t-ie theme , t ntghi R S \fattheus spoke at Arcade M J "Welsa at iLe Orphe- Re\ J L Proudfi,. at the Para jnt and John Duggan Jr at the ssoa The following schedule has n arranged fo- the res of ihe Lesoay--S R. Goldsmith a the Ar c H G May at the O-pneum B Smith, at lha Paramotuot oid John ;gan, Sr at the So-issoa. Tedaesdav--F E "i ounkrr at -he ide S P Ahe a ihe Orpheum u May at lite Paramount ajid H. S Xhews at th* SOIOD Thursday--Jotn Da\te ai tae A.r- e Rev J L. Proudfit ai thi Orphe' Rev J T Bums at thr Para ^iat and 3 B Smith, ai the Soisson Yida--John Du^gaa S*" at the c ade B B Smith at the Orphcum *E Younkin at ^e Paramount and d j Wel-h, at the Soisson, s alurdav~5 P ^she at the Arcade a Daggan Jr at the Orpheom F ^ormkin at the Paramoun and S boldsraut at the So!s«n P - . b Elchi "9 I-AM JIT \ N IF03TF 0^ SHORT H R1 OUCH "\ViIIiara R ^ a n of hp ^est Sidf 1 who lef hrro \ v i t n rbf draftees m Febru ar^ for p imp !-ep is hoiip on a f i r lough He sd.\s tlu rren ire working on long shifts and that tbr Sauonal rtimj men w i l l probablj go over AS ·^oon as the- \atioui G u a t d leaves He ^ppn ah hst A cok in the rrnches at ( amp f ee On iho «iamc train .nth him were Ii \Tiericin so ther^ that hdd heon Bounded in F-ince They did not know their destinaunn In bandlmi, trnffic onne-isvftlo is v^ars bei md tbe urne^ This is nae of ihe Tew town when an imoi^t hii to signa! tbe direction hr eipecu o ,. taAO when be ipproatLeb B-imEtone Correr In the Lilies tind the lirgcr t o w n s -h semaphore «vstem is w o r k ins efilcientl If the Mgnil of the traffic officer shows that the w i j is cie^r the nutoist protc-^ds of bis o w n vo! tion ' no^, he stops Conriit ons n Connel bulle are in i wav pecu! u t bccai o po^aibl 60 por cent of the machines approaching Bmistune Corner do not go straight through in Ithe direct nn they are headed but make a turn. Thert. is tl c further m m p ication due to tho fuel a it \ B-unbtone Corner hT. 0 , become a gi - u i n g place r or pfde. c -rnan c w h o n i i i l c a w a * the evening hourT occup itig half of the spare for vehicles Tha persons a-o not injn~ed there i daiU 11 ar i i of Proudenr* The ratnc problem is one of tnp t mo^ venous the citv count 1 has to consider Hundreds of automobiles com* 1 in o town P\M-V Saturd-i.' night Thf hy-in ^s int^rp^L*: of the town welcome th ^ n f l n \ ind an-\ regula non si oulfi he Tttempted w i t h a v i e w to causing as Imlc anno\a,uoe RC po-v sihle Something M i I h a \ e to he done i a r d it is a problem which ran.no ho i worked out ?i ithont ronsiderab P i = t u r h Aningrnert 1 ' mi Pt IT midf* to permi hfsp rars to park along fc-rta^n st"p^is V»ut th*»T ;hon ft pa-k in such a -uav ai to causp i m i m i m u m mterrrpt on to triflr It I^ unwi's* o pftrrnrt rarking on bo h siaes or a narrow street such a*- occurs almost evpn nigh alorg App! s reet The mavors ohjpruo-= to bright 1 ght= CLT outs and axce^s \e «pc?d are well grounded and there =, no Cor*' -"*,,»_ on P"ige FUe "Wilt-am J Hutler D n n h t r R D 32 ^c i i n o Arton/i u I/unbar J-iries Mbert ^ a I k l n Dunbar George t \i,c\ Bin **r Charl* 1 !· tiward isi-cfl Momt Pleap- ant- Uah(*r Vt illianis M i l l Hun John Henry Uturc Duobir SebastiiK) Persich^ttp Dimbnr "\V-i!Iiam G Kemp Sormalvil c J r^ Pipir Dunbar Joho Oler Mount Braddock Tha "s Tbomas L}nch MorreLl Alex Alexander I^isenrlng lanes Cllrworth McDowell Chalk H II Carl fcxlgar P-mhtv M i l l JUin Charles Russel sh«a'-er Glaa?porU f I j d p B irn^worth ^ il R u n S h a Rit n t u r I n d i a n Head I r a r k MrCun \anderbiit txiiii 1 - J ShUisa L^feenrng Vicolo John Paller Adelaide. George Ixi\vry Durbar John L. C olrien Dinhar Ham H NcbraAke\ Dunbar K D f lo e of and he James Vf p p l t o n I run or Run, Samuel A !nbiak Uunbar George S Jacobs Dunbar Frank Mandoles care II C Fncfc oke companv Doman ick Prick Dtinbar Pern- GtH«»~i Ohler Milt Run F mcr C Folton Hmner Rrni R n V r t JacKsor Manetta M i l l Run Kspe- McDorollc West Leie-nring Cont nu*d on Pape Fotir AT BATTLE FPtONT on Ocf.uhod Pul VI i l h REPORTS OF ARRIVAL OF COMPANY D ARE NOT VERIFIED HERE ot H f ij-fi f r o m Bnvs lias Passed Ihronch T^cal Pr*.t Officp, It is Statr i A l t hou ch report-- w pre rurrent in^ t h i s n \ todi\ that ^a ds had hpen r prp vrd Trom he Crmpar\ D bov^ n n n u n e m e I h P i i =; f p irrhil \n P-inee !*· was m n n m pd if the posf ofnrp il it r n ir- h d hpen d e l n e r r tn t ^ p p n s t i l au hn Hif^ h^rt \ u-nrrh has f p^n ! ppt fni c T r d ^ in n n u n n n s ; ( h e r r m l rf Mi" loci) ^ 0 I If the Conncllsvilic w i l l not volunumi r to the cit for udmagp to ht. eets Cd,u« ed bv bursimg water ma ns iaM u n ter thftn the pjt^ v, ill HKJU compel tL to do so in he courts 1 Tbij, u J^e a i u i i l ^ of t o u L f 1 n I directing chc c L ohci 01 !a.s Qi 0 h to fornaJif p r e s r o t ihe ma ter to ih-c coto.par Iiifo-rniallj UJP situation , has on faeve a! occaMQD been brc iched | The solicitor n i l ! Y instr cU-d 10 I make f a t v 0 proceed It t *ln if Lberc is no ndiciUon of a %il m^iieB 1 - to ( p a \ P Thr ) d naner pronjdm^ fo p l a t i n g tht Mre ui the Ue! l e t phou LI n par^ u ihe businttfs dis i t of Cot ncl V H [ u n d e r b ro ud A -^ r oiuia inir dnct d ' i pni( uc t h it o i 0 ir 1 form On* chaui~L coflUimod m ^ uon - provide^ i h^it i ^ (ad ot r l i n q j.ifaLiDj, u nglu o o-ienJiri., i ^ coaauit s^M ni uiidi r Lra 1 * i ri_ t\ e n ic VS M Md n.s ax AC i i g t t strc^i if u t DOL don i street i r pa\eti th^, c ^ j u j rot proccf t w i t h t i e w n r k ordinance o r co inc 1 V e m h t r s of -vuncil sr\ip} thp wo k do-np liefore tho repaved r IP r p i e e n t a ^ elephonp lor^pam ob * d compaav sustained h i m on t h * g t u i tha tr-p eipci s*, ai thi i m p v - o u l J j no be ju-niilpd flie o r i i n a i c f v i l i be pu U c hed for "?0 dajt and « i l l Uien be up f j r 1 ual action Owing 10 wm-poran, ^ni^cial stnti gencv couu- 1 c u j l d no - e i s ai clear to a,t-( epi th^. erm^ ii id *1 j % u for Lhv- nan laetuvt t HP u 1 in strreL fa^ef-p^r it has dec i i \j I u^ j The pompanj draiands pa^in it n fu 1 j oC the p rcba^ pr f e of *b t A i i n I 10 d^ c_Tt j p h \ P \\ !) bu 1 S 100 " Lh* i t i i r ^ me f- ai no pao igh T ncin iht i^iv-o I x^ancil was inab t, o ni"t u h i dcoiand and it t i p r t f o r f I n ^ t rtpd Purc-ha^ ing ^.gec Roy W liouu lo oifi r he concern $·"*() at the end o 1 da s and the remainder at t h p P"( of JO davs a-L which ump it L* e\p c ed I arcs u i l bo conmig in a i ^oo( v rate | Complain having een "iadf of a \ sc-wpr f-ooi a propei y of Mrs Od t j SULftorH i v^mgtr at the lo^^r f n d of I Profapec ciiect empunnp; in o Ui rt ^Lorm ^c^ c n C or^pll ^ olio A and into t h p t r f m ihpre t h o ma t r r v a s rnfprrnri to JIP ^uf T nt rie^n o' * reeus and he nU rnpnecr i^ o ^ 1 - er of the pronnr T h a v i n g H e n i f 1 rr sponsibilm fr tn Q storm 1 P bn"g lapped in ead o r the saninn- Th" tap was maap when the laio f air Sti Iwagon vtd r p**e iden or n u i u i Jf no responsibility lie* 5 « ' t j i the O A I I er 01 the propertx tho em »iU proV ahlr hea ihi e-vpp'' °f a n p w ' m n obou ^0 ff*e loiis coanrci ng \fi b ihe c.anit.arv cv^tom I r i h t l i t LO r-rure hr ^k 1= r nrd tng tl P p a v i n g of \ r c h ;trpPT a n d rniv p r D N ^ n i f'p i \ p r n \ r m p - i if 1 r 1 ^ Ton r n u J fr Pn p 1 i ^ MARKET"" SFFE SEI,ECTE!) I t O L U D ST\^ JN MOO Tt V \ K h M O r t / J F N D Ric ard \\ihrou L has received word from his b ojaer Samuel \ Wiltroi t at Camp orrest Ga sa\ g he IE feeling fine and ^a^s f the war should end 7omo rou he uould siay u ua the arm-v Mrs j K Ridge\va of ^ nt d i l * ' np!l c \n!!n r r ni ^ i r - p n n t s I r ^ n r h has ju t rc f n e d a J p t i p r from I aul l^u nnri Ta !Vn orH Rnib «? L f Snpid her'-on who u n Prune hav I fd i h i t l h r \ hi-i i r r \ d tfph H n I G D e n l i - t i la^t Jui p w i t h liTic f l o ' forr" parn h ^ r \ p r had i pn«oi piml \o SI at t o u i t s t o ^ n O whit j i t a m p on n i u i i tho n a s arm rd-i ^ol ipr s \ i u l boTBg v\ it bo lop o" the cird This w o u l d I 1 · Month I RLD f ROSS "CRSF MJ;^ Mae Goodaian a ^tuflent rur"« a* the W c» Pean ho pita rumours | has enlisted is a Red C-oss nur^e and | is awaiting orders to be sent to a base , hct,p ta Miss Gooaman is a daugh ' t c r of l rs John Srautz of the V, esi Side unit sail c P 0pcenmc Thi= is o ot several ttor^ that Mr Ridgcwa"v bas rree \cd from 1 ci bon hit 1 t crb coding regularly about t^ree or four WBAS af er they are u "i ten \\latn this one was written \pril 17 Paal and one oUi^r folloxv f orr w e r e on dc ached senice French ^-t t^e iront Whor ea\ing Their compan fo detactied du ^ the% the card w a s m i l l e d w ^ m ,, P( , 0 , cr t h rc :OHP O \ P j Tbe Hi t r n on SP in to i n d i f n l n rrancp TT i (,hp sp-gcart a CTrf of t P comminr as oLherwisP the unit, {.he card ^onlc 1 not b a \ e arrived here v-ith the , e t T] 10 r^cip pnts of l o t h ca ds art. ra do ibt as to « h p her t h p \ -ca h in dipatf 1 the =aTe n n i \ " l of tbe compan were permit ed to sperl t w o davs in an d ihej do not bohp\^ the^ are so\ P a r s and wh le there witnessed a eriment cards big air raid tl'a.t happened one night Paul says he nc er p elt better in h s life H» sends his regards to all th** folks a norm and =a\s to address his I mail as he-Piofo^-e anri he *Mlt get t j upon his i eturn to his company i Imroh S»Jps lor I ! \ E -\A( a f loi n h rst M tlio i l 1 pi \S est V p p l p t i c XN 1 P a i sitP f r th* 1 r rb m a r PO ifjresntion ( T UK c h u r h 1 the 1«M i · Jie groLud Lo t, c u r r imi -i i I « PLANT AT WORK ON RUSH GOVERNMENT ORDERS i r p ^ta, nnp in the roo' over tbn melung Uink presunsblv from tee "^eat f oc tlu uuk ih s mom ng w i t b i r "0 tn:nuu?E destro\cd the plant of the Q u c r "nio- C l a c con]ia n i a Faircaance, etta l i n e a loss c e imated at $^ ic $J rh ch s pa tial v '·overpd ^ incurance \V4-akening of t h f roo rsused i o col apse o ^ c r thi g ass j.nk contain ing ] 0 0 j f 0 pounds of moJlen glass Th-= tank was sbttierc-d and the g'as lowed in o p n d n ^ c u o n sotting firp ·whcrc\' i i n tourhea One h ndred aiit% men were ai work at. the UTTI^ ui a } escaped ijimn ( '·ar f - 1 p of the roof a few minutes bf-toie i co lap=cd e^tve time for the r en o a i e "~ ~~" ' ® Tbe fire constiropd Jie main blow TOWNS! I CVTI I I? ' Q k r °° m 200xS ° feel li:G ftaucn ns \jUlin£LLOVlLiii!i ami cutung dtparuntn -0(b.SWi feet A Q V P H Tdl D ^ I C I ? dnd t h c ma '- er ' al house Thp *irp /lUjLii/ I V lUilOlj house was saved and aho a carload of. C/IA nfin riiun Eia5s suindim:r on a sidm s $W,UU\} rllnU ^ i t n p i hal r hou- after tho fi-o star cd at ^1 4.* o clo K the ilant was u 1 ruins Thrpt hundrf d men art hrov. n one of -work \. J Q jcrt amon hear' of t^io con ta^n w h ^b a ^o oppra c 1 ^ Qn la in Ued t r u s t s Ont. lor ^ar J-tnid is Doulile Hmt 01 I*aM ^ ( u r . O t h t r {nvtAb r!u ci c t i t . c o m m i t C P r or tb J j r ;- \\ c-r *- ii o Lampa.gn w h i o her p an *; at ''oini M^no" v-ou d i l l c t r d u tht- dmx. n Pij*. nf L ndicaie w h o her JK plajjt w J I b" ui i Ii2» aui^ountLij Ji*. ailotuicn^s r e b u i l t o no ic -a o ibc stAer ! Jist- c " m 130 Tl e OA unc; cornpir\ h *- i-- n n un \ Me-- of H ur lam Ij^j^ bet,u c^Trgp for f h e ^ c a i c Thp pint h s f r u c i QCI ulans f o op^D-iig tnt '"-*. "i located a\ f ur hancr fn* n L M h a boom ou MonJa\ morn ^ p ' J r s t g r a t o m complue \ f ht time a gm prnmrtnt nrrirr mr UK (j iota ft\cd j% thc Na 10-1 a p IK gli^s r or munuor*; f w urx- WA, on-Lii t t e e fn F a \ t t t e counn, i c $]T[ 1 not, ] Mel U n f h t a m o u n t n» ib\. mj/iimdni tin -s i\?* irom his, nis -ic hut UK PARTV FHP PfPTUHAV ca-nrx ft u r n m u n bop^ of "Mi I f U K 0IKilii)Al tic not, i n f Q gre-iter sum Tb* 1 " U i . t r ic unoun of monev that is s « r P"i-p is Tendered Mm \ n n i l t t a i r miireJ in t i c dri e Ui ar^cr will e Wcaee at Pprrropffhs, UK ^ti"i w h i u i a « bt roiamed ior In honor o£ b*r bir htia\ Mrs Anna horn usc« Of he otii ainou.it o' ^ c h t - Bia r v,as tendered a sumr o n o n t \ t a i ed m be coun. v 2D per i^rtv a her horrv^ at Ptr^opobs b t t w 11 be retained r o- home T\ork !· ! o-it"i ^nd ·» «s t « Mr Bla · an 1 i *· m«i d t r \ !i hp used b^ Lit binhc % w ts o i Sunda In t iV C l i p Ni OT»! t -\iuitv f uscrsea -ftorix r ' ra Io1 "· ^^ ^ ( 1( on Siti rci ^ T3i J t qi U f o i LDIS t na bxco firtd dai Aa ^= pltasa il\ sp n a nu^ic and i *-fn oOt moi e ban doubli ftp quoia ° her aniuf»em«?nt! ^.nd wa onp t -i 10 1 c i. c a n v a , = \ 1 be marie h i r e PaT a neon an t lal oritp n n n r w a ano ^o u po"tnb uon tskori o r c v e r ^ * r v e d The foiJoi* ng -\TP c prefer pt r-on Thp Lmoi 0*1 qurta a.^ ^ c ' 1 ajl ^ ^l"" 5 H D \Urvec o T\ i U i flip at ^2 00* with *2000i for K I D « D irfc fie* and M-s (. I MoKvo h( i - A . o « n s v ] l PS " 1I1( 1 ^cn Jiraes o r V a^hmjron P t r t i N ipporMomi rnt-% follow J * e ' v ^"^ ^"^ "^ ^ M c N . f r t n d tiau h- Pa\ c Kn brir h $S OoO Ma.soiuov.ti (r ~ Ma garp a.nd Ma. v of \Jonon,,1 ai H $4 jO MU t land o w n £2 ne!a y an d Mrs J 5 IcKco a i d iOO D i n j i p s Cr^k branch £_ 000 daughter Elna of Vca 0 M- ind I- u t c iar^ ^22^1 N v, ^a ci ^2 Mrs J P Haxtn anri '·ons Benjam j o Sri t L f i o l d 1 ftn I'prnopo « rhoma ard Jam of ^n oci- 5" ·^] i S it l i n t ion $T Wf Parm an ^ ^""^ J ^ H Ri v n h o i = p M i i~d h r - n r h -· i r ~ IOP « r " James of S-no^k *I" and ,-- \ r J B Hpnder^on ai n ^cn Hu^h. a^d riau^b «*r Marv n f "\ andc-n it Mr= J ^f R t r- hnu e rf ^moc-c M and Mr= fra Bli.r "\ fi - Pnor ie ^rnoh ana Mi 1 * Ma ., E IcH«r a 1 af Perr^opol s HITBYBOWLDER OMrvn^k lijui in Htvpital in "vonons f ondit'on. TTbilp n o r k n ? »nh a ganf of mpn i)ong [ P t r j r ] c c t ' p Rrt urpor** ^ Ohm railroa 1 ^.p^ prd' i \ \\i 1 am DPSTI if neir Obi i ^ 1 A ^ S -^iri k 0" T P n ad l a lar^o f n 0 ^ h h r ^ ' i p d d for f n r b PM i d i if tl P r] u u h n 0 s c H u r t d 1 i LUNCH TEAMS NAMED M ill spr\p Mr-iK Ounnc Rpd f ro^P [ t m p Noxi H O f k Mrs liar P« I av idsnr cba r m a n ^f rs Irs* n Tin* 1 R^i J Irs 1 arl S an I i d t ^ i i v « ^ ^ ocutn comn UOP of the Hprf c ro^s DQ^c i^poin Pd tup 'ollo'w nr poim ttE?5^ irojr th° d i f f p T " ' ! ur hr to ^ei · ? Itsw ^P^ n ;"hp ci v uin ·'nd i h o r tpams in rhe ^pd r-oss dnv \ ' iPb br"m t ne^ Mc^da-v J \ i r k RP npr *i 7 c M r K c t T IPSH \ t lin«-r -=n r l i u r r j "Mr*; i ii^pi r r N o r t o n \\ c In In mr ru a?p nrupp- \ i \\ M i r n c J i n r r fran Mr \\ \^\ \ h ^srcc:i ion A i ^ 1 vr f/iiilip an ur n m 1 iMnp; I ud IP \ ri h i al e id\ been el ol n , ( ON ^ u us , , LLF ROT 1 l I^r^ 1 ItU-tlAR \KX\ Ur1c M cldr ^ of houttl C o a n e ls I vl ,, c r n i l s t t d m hf Jiep . lar Vrmy ^ ^ p !ttsburg re .-u ltmg ^UQQ Jes tcr( j av " I* in ^ eek. Mav 14 --Eight ^ ahip^ toraling 3S 1») tors w.-f» ipleted, during the =*eveu d^);) end ^ Mav n f our t een vesse-s TI ece tc sched with a otal tonnage of o7- ? of vrhict se\pn were itwl n ith a I capaci'y of Z~ 100 tons i urr ?\(KSO. ^Irs Ha r\ H Millard. has ?onc 10 C o l u m i i a ^ r to ; it her husband Sergean Harrr M Millard of Com panv [ 123 d t n f a n u v a,, Camp Jack son f Iara« Gorrfe-n Bennett I)«^[ KAUI.I53L Praac* Maj 1,--^; ( o Bennett, di«d tlus mon iog i liaak Stat^nipnts Called. "S, VSHINGTON \i a \ 14 -- The comptroller of he ruTencr mdai is sued a call for the condition o' all na j tioaal banks at the close of business on Fnda., May 10 WOMEN SELL TICKETS Neat^ ior ^ it ior Pla^trs 1 Concert HIT tie Scci'red Tomonon ^\oi"en of the Char eston Comfo-to bs~aach of hr Nav\ I oagup are doing fine \vork in selling icKets ror he enterla nmcni b~\ tl e \ ictor record makp-rs and i i o m presen mdlcat ons stirding room w i l l 1 e at a premium net! Monriiv e \ e n i r g Tlie uckeii nia\ be p \ c h a n g t d u t h out extra cha ge £o r re t ^.r\' :i a ccat at McDonalds Mu-s r Store North Pi ts burg street, bogmnns ornorrow morning Deserts Second Time. Tor the se ond time since being ta tram ng at t a m p She-man Ch Hi coihc 0 Chaiie-, ! vnn of Leisenrng ! has deser ed and i uo\v m thc ciu ! lockup » i l l Co tn M ishnigtnn M i s ^-\ i K a t p M) n ha n?=;icrneri T= e'S.c'hdnco open 01 101 th 3 Suporbi Coil cornrn-n-v with ofhcps IP t p 1 n ^ t \ationa 1 bjnk b u i l d m e a n d from lie c \ i l l go to Fit ehurg; to til P a d P u e ^ k cours" of 11 i n n s n t e HP!! iTolpphonp com pan v c; of] re p i e i ou 1 ? to leiMng fo*- V 3.shms\on to h\.to i** an opeiatoi u tL-t c t r \ h i ip ni i i T in · h I s li rr! p^ \ il i r *iCM l in i _r- "^ -sinip tcmplp DENNY O^EIL HERE ( nuiifj iU tor f ivpnmr Sfopn in ( it\ inr ^hort 1 im* I Deri ^ 0 N i o MuK f nn c^n tda ( ir ^ c v e i or ^i\ a sjiort a ^ r s i Pr niotoiu PO DP dt l o( 0 "lo^k -It ca c i P t p iron \ a r d r r o i l i ^ ^ c i h t poi-c ih m o r n n? T h e ta id d j i c i TI ii. n " f- o hi-oi 3 h H \\ t u n i o Du b a r inn 1 i CT e n n 'i i r \ i con oppcd a d . i * L h a n · ^ en ing'" M I C liplr 1 his i i 10 to mi T O - ^ r iv, us o hf ( I d t P ·- i - i m p -hn o n r ip f o d ^ \ i \\ T= sn r i ib-) \* ^t; r ) S- CAS i \\ 1 ei r P o i " n * I- J *· i ^ r ^ u ed Tl e mud uon of Gd^ld bp^PTT»i cf i r"i Ob - ) p \ l r i rt i/-ii n " f n 1 e 1 = 1 i TO! £ Ob n r 1 n in i\ ^ n \pi i S ah i r PARK PROJSCPJP AGAIN invor i?id Oflipr il ., [ !T\ r j nn J p: n ^ --jhc ( i ! Ki*-K R " r r r d- M o ^ 10 nc ^ 1 n C b n non \ i i IP \ -,' John t i l i c n e i. i A ( nf t' 1 * 1 IJ"-R t i e « ! a t i c " i n n o r ^ Ji B Hc^g na -\ X ^ p f ni ig " M o Ducr- n p a^e b no c i c dc pd j.^ i i - V hr p-oro pt 1 7 \ ' : *r(tid^lo Bni fohsts Brarien Ha\e oC S o*.td^l? w i l l IPE\O ton ch r or Cam|) G ecnleaf I 011 OcrMhorpo Ga w h e r e r c w 11 go into the medical ser\ice Pirtr TOT Preh A hirt d u p i r t v ^nli A DrebPr tomorrow i Tasi C r ^ w f o i f 1 a v r r u p u 11 re "f ^ear Id The p i be attended t\ (IIP \ \ t l M m I ^o«-t No I M C \ R r w h DrebeiL a i niomhoi 1 p 2:1 n f n i h s hon M r n i p n 1 i f M r [ Fair tonight and "Wednesday some w h a t \ v a r m e r \V dnesda^ «, the noon weather Tnrecas for V. eatern Pern s v l v a u a . A.sk I-or Dissolution. A p^t tion for the dissolution of the ^oughiogh.eu\ Bndse companv \vas presented o couit in Qaion own ves Lerd.aj morning ihe stocfcholde"S joining Ther vpli be a hearing June 8 Temperature Record. 191S 1917 Maximum 75 oO Minmitm 58 10 Mean faG oO The "\ongfi river rose d i t i n g tltc night f r o m 3 00 feet to 3 10 feet \t I nimitmm ' iimpr Tbt fx^nrcH ill? ^pcciv f i, kp n im \ \ t n t in n o n t v . n II i i i on to conmete n n h ) ^ ! i n " c*u n u n ; tar f hi^ ^ prk I e i i- of the learn I P A\ B In K PKPP V \ i l l i ^ Howser P d \ I M icrodt I t r ( r j i t s sn i] s ^\ ilbui 1 ( r hs i f T,\ ishii 2:1011 D speak n? here 1 it n Uu inde e WANTS ORDER VACATED Hum s ? i t (o J.ruiir J \ P l u m p \r i t i I l nn I nt. im' tint n( \ i ) j o T d i e j id IIH n O H i h i t - md c m m i _n a t i i J ^ flir ip on aiiH a KI i^ fo t h i in., on i a ^ i f i e l 1 i ic i sn c~ D ST- c ^ rr i f \ I /. H U P n 1 n ted ^ i D e-tn t I i t I Ji = \ c ci i i r uon j d u ! 1 Or u l i . qt is cd Hu n 1 t i i t i v- K oon. h mo i i i i 1 n 1 i i r *· Ur I 1 i s if i K c fo nc'i* tt Terrr rrwli*. moTTtm «1 l u n t ar ino ri*"--*oj (.n p n r a l C o v d " - . of P -1_P 0 u on R I i" rfii r I f ^ n i r i n n ' r n n c i i s HP ndi 'o i f h n n*\ Hr ,j i r n I " H i I n P A. 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