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PAGE TWO. JDAILT COURIER, CONNELLSVIIi/E, PA. MONDAY, MAY 20, tlic Phil- his mother. Mrs. Theodore Nelson, in ip Freeman chapter. Daucaters o Saginaw, ilich., the pulpit of the First American Revolution, W.TS fittingly Baptist church was occupied yester- celebrated Saturday after iocra. at the J day by Rev. W. F. Conley of South regular motttuly meeting, at which 1 Connellsville. Mtss Clara Pritchard an'd Miss* Nettie ' -Hood were'-joint, hostesses, .at the: -The T. C. T. Fancvwork club will home of Mrs. Charles E. Wilson in i meet Friday evening at the home of 'West Green street. Thirty members {Miss Bmma Grayce Dunn, 607 Ogdcn and three guests, Mrs. G. V,'. Buckner, ] street. a member of the D. A. R.-'chapter o f ! - ' -Quincy. 111.; Mrs. A.-'B. Kurtz, "a ! 'PERSONAL. member of the Somerset chapter, and I Mrs. J. M. Reid and daughter. Miss Mrs. Longweil. a member of the ' Gertrude Heid of West Peach street, Johnstown chapter, »\ere pres- j will leave tonight for Kelly Field, San ent. Mrs. JBuckner. gave - a | Antomo, Tex., to visit Mrs. Reid's son, splendid/talk, Trh'icb was greatly ea- j Lieutenant Kenneth Reid. joyed. Mrs. S. E. Frock a delegate ' The best place to shop after all tojhe. national convention held in Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. DR. MILLER PRISONER THE COMPENSATION That is 2fow lli»1h»f Ung $omcr-j set Physician Over There. i Late advices concerning the fate of Dr. Frank Miller of the British Medical corps m Flanders, fiance of Missj Helen Collins of Meyorsdalc, give i ! PRIMARY ELECTION INTEREST l^= ; CENTERS IN GOVERNORSHIP! hope that he is not dead, but a prisoner I A]icn property Custodian Asks Woodwaid · of war. Dr. Miller has been report- ,, . . . affairs will Jleinstatcmciit of i iuam, Claims. ed mibsing since March 23. A friend of the missing physician who was. serving in the next battalion, but one! to the right of Dr. .Miller, has written' a letter to the father of Dr. Miller in · which be writes of -what he knows of the capture of Dr. Miller, hand. The letter states: second REQIJEST IS 1 Continued from Pairo One. S t o i y of Senator William C. Sproul f o r ! governoi by a majority larger than i his opponent w i l l receive votes. Beidluman for lieutenant governor and tor becreiary of internal j attalrs will have o v e r w h e l m i n g ma! jorities as will Crago, Garland, Mc- I uaughhn and Waiters tor congresb- I raen-at-laj-ge." | For congress, Samuel A. Kendall, of IS OPPOSED' Somorset c o u n t y ' ls opposed by J. C. 1 Lowry, of the same county, wiln every indication thai the former will poll i liy Twite Kmf loycrs of Labor nnd the Companies; Casnaliy Insurance Holding Cases I'nlfl W o u l d Tie LJ; Contingent Fund. .".,Washington, D. C.", ^ave la excellent '-"' report. Reports of. the -state regents of all the states anS of the work done for the Red Cross by the local chanter -were also given. Miss Clara - Prilchard, regent : of the Vhapter, was, --elected-represeatative- to the D.- A- R. state convention to be held in Harrisburg. October 21. 22, 23 i.nd 24. Her alternate is llrs.-Hazel.:Cutler Bryte.. Other delegates elected Wf re Miss Xet- tie Hood, Mfss" Emma T,. Miller of Mount Pleasant, Mrs. Nettie Lee of Scottdale, Mrs. S.-M. Faust and Mrs. ""^-.~Cr x»k". ' -Following" the program' ^--refrsigetHs- w-ere'-served. Out of ----town persons-present were Mrs. Nettie ~--Lee of; Scottdale.-Miss Margaret Free- -junan-_ot ~J.9 a ?? Mill, an_d Mrs. S. B. Uniontown. Miss Catharine M. DeBarbcr o£ Altoona. Pa., loft for her home there after spending the week-end with Miss Jane Cuneo of Kast Crawford avenue. Miss DeBarber is a graduate of St. Joseph's academy at- Seton Hill, Greensburg, where sTie give a recital last week. She will also give 'another recital at Huntingdon, Pa., on Fridav of this week. , on all summer - "' "Your son and one other doctor from j St. Louis were at work in a dug-out; when the enemy flanked his battalion/ so he had no chance to escape. For-i tunately no bombs were thrown m, nor any shot fired by the Germans, i and the occupants of the dug-outs 1 were seen being carried away as ;ns- _ n _ hc ro , ]UCSL of A Mlcht . oners. Contrary to the common idea much ttie larger vote. Foi- stale senator, \V. E. Crow will receive the unanimous endorsement of the party Kitd of IViir f o r a thll . c] [orm _ In lhe 5Ccolui 1( . g . islative district the candidates are E. II. Kooser of Connellsville, Duncan i t Sinclair of Urownsville, It. B. Mclu- pensa"tion"li^xrd'"iial a'knottyW-U-m' l rc ° l L ' nmntow "" a" d vic " or rran - | The Pennsylvania Workmen's Com- rainier, , cis ol I'erryonolis; throe to be I feel sure that, although Frank r not have a comfortable need have no fear of his safety, and it is not unlikely he will be lllca i custodian enemy-liien piopertv in the 1 On the Democrat.c ticket indications . may : United States, to reinstate disnisod ! P°i»t to the no-iunatiou ot Joseph F. , time, yoU| e , a i m s 0 , .___ e n .. (si , k ,.j t . s giyo tnc ;,,]-, G u f f e y for governor and J. Washing| entl government oontroi of them uutf. a well appointed dinner Friday a* ing at t h u r home in Crawford avenue, "SVcst Side, iu honor ot their son, Lindsey McFarland, wao enlisted in ] special military servicf and left Fri- exchanged __ [ter ^ war At a conference some clays ago representatives of iar^'e employing corporations and insurance' companies f u l l c impel.bation board quest. Attorneys fcFAHtii'DS GIVE UJXXKR rOIt hU-\ i m c l w u h lho m l l c Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McFarland g a v c | t o con sider the r- ton bo^ue for l i e u t e n a n t governor. j Bruce F. Sterling is unopposed ai a candidate for congress, as is Will.am ii. Rhodes of the southern end of the county as candidate for slate st'nato'-. in th' 1 second legislative 1 disinct Henry Rhodes of ConnelL-vil e, Lloyd Tke HOME of QUAUTY and SERVICE' N PlTTSBURG St.i CONNELLSVILLE^_£ COhSNELLSViLLE'S GREATEST STORE . Reductions on a hildren during! da - v n 'Sh l £or Washington barracks. ]aliag to enemy and a l l y for men, women and cm oren uu = ta ,, out-of-town ei,st» were! TMiH,m,. ^ ,M, ,n,,m,-x- for Custodian Palmer presented Hie | J. SLlHwagon of ConneHhville tov.n- government's c o n t e n t i o n for a rc-in- i ship. J. Bucil Sny,l, r of Per.y l o w n statement and stay of proceedings in ' ship, lleuber. Howard of Uniomown the case of 2(1 dismissed alien-enemy | and Thomas D. Scliuylor are the can- , t claims. Under the act of congress re! didates. ! of enemy . It is expected t h a t a light vote w i l l ou'r "monthly S days' sale. Brownell Shoe Conrpany.--Adv.--20-2t. -Attorney Charles Rush of T..m town was in town this morning his-way from Dawson, where Ue spent Sunday with his metier, Mrs. *""· Bush. residents in this c o u n t r y such r u b i - [ bo cast by both parties, the war and dents are specifically deprived of the j .is related activities h.-ivin? first claim , right to bring suit or establish claims j upon t h e t i m e and attention of .McFarland and children at Dunbar; | hy legal proceedings d u r i n g tl'.e war. ! cituem. Mr. and Mrs. E. L'. Ober and children i 'They are, therefore, deprived of 'he · Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cochrau and children of Dawson; Mr. acd Mrs. F. J. ail , Snappy Smart Models Snappy Color Combinations All Black, Black with Tulple, Tan with Gold, Tan w Green. Other color? navy, brown, purple, tan and sand Excellent Hats for the price ($1.95) undoubtedly. White Wash Skirts 9Sc This is a chance to seve exactly ijl.55 on a new Su mer White Wash Skirt--a chance not to throw away wh everybody is saving. This is only one of the many ite of true economy in our May White Sale. That White Sale in May It is the greatest of White Sales. Large assortnu of choice goods and prices to make it that at this sea? of the year every person wants something new. 1 Dressy or the Practical therefore it's to your interest. Co test us--you'll iind it will pay. Anna ] of Pittsburg and Henry Pratt o-t Graf- 1 ton. -No tailor within a thousand miles , ~ ,« ever given'-better matenal or , WiO !«,*. l»u,f.s than we put in our gar- Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. John McManus, Lev! Stoner and Robert Spates spent last week visu- The regular meeting of the Ladies' I ins in Xew York, Philadelphia and .T TTie'tLl.C. B7A. wm.iEeet 'Wednes-pwor] day night in the parocial school audi- ments. torinm. circle. Mo. 100, Grand Army o£ the Republic, will be held Thursday afternoon in Odd Fellows' hall. All members are invited. · ing Baltimore. In tho latter city they . d e n e i-isitecl Miss Ella McManus rte Baltimore t_ Ohio Central The Grand Internaflor.!!.! auxiliary so to the Brotherhood of Locomotive En- ; ing f set gineers will meet Wednesday afternoon in Odd Fellows'" hall. Friendship temple, No. 25. Pythian Sisters, will meet -Thursday afternoon in Markell hall. The regular meeting of the Business j Henne . Women's Christian association will be ] for(1 . held Thursday night in Odd Fellows'' temple, South Pittsburg street. street. SAFE J7C FBASCE right to present evidence to establish claims for compensation for industrial injuries, ami claims of this character bv .\uslrians and Hungarians have been thrown out hy referees of the GETS CONVENTION Somerset Sunday ScJiuo! Association Ucets Next Year at Confluence. Jeweler Charles T. Giles received card from his brother. Corporal, fieicnt e v i d t n George A. Giles announcing his safe; eminent argu Pennsylvania board for w a n t or s u f - j CONFLTKNCU;. May 20.--T1H: Som- Counsel for tlie gov- orr.et ' o u n t y .Sunday School Associa- ·d tliat under a clause tior*. wlilch convened at Jio^well last arrival over seas. Corporal Giles is|ot the enemy-alien net claimant tbt:s week, voted to hold the next annual with Company F, 110th Regiment, In-! barred could b r i n g suit against t h o , co nven-.ion at Confluence. THE LAST EXAMINATION OF WAR'S DRAFT! Many a roan lias fallen dorni because . r. tc-st ol bin wal^r siiowe'l unmistakably tnat he had kidney d scasc. The k i d n i y s arc the s.£irenrc- n rs nnd diana, and cheapest repairs on" thafroof. conductor or spouting, see F T. Evans Estate--Adv. Miss Anna Briageum left tU.morn-_ visit with Wends in Somer- ilrs. William Sturgeon will enter- yoimg _ f eel young, covei , hair permanently with NCOS Novesta Shop, 117 East Cra«- ·--20-11. Mrs T U Stader and son .,11. tm« .MIS. j. x c,*,,,!,,.. mn aon - ^° submarines Leo, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stader mo tored to Latrobe yesterday and spent SMITH 1LKIIK OX FCRIiOlT.H. Raymond Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith of Sycamore street, is home on a five-day furlough. Young Smith is stationed at Camp Humphries, near "Washington, D. C. , United States after t'lp close ol' luo ' war. notwitlibtanding tbe limitation of i one yrar under ihi' i'ennsylva::ia act i in which suit may lie lili'd on a reject- j ed claim. It wa= contended hy governmenl The date '5 to be fixed Liter. i^r jioibons from tbe blocd. Their signal of distrc'-s arc easily recognized und jr.r'lude j-uch syinptoniB as backache, dcprc-eFion 1 :, drcnYsincss, irritability, hfad- nchcp. dizzinesd, rbeimistic twinges. XfELSOX .i WRITMS OF THI1' TO FIUXCE. Sergeant Neilson K. Miller, formerly of Scottdaie, who is with the 35th Engineers, has arrived in Fiance, according to a letter to Dr. C. P. Peter- ere sighted on ge. Miller speaks of nieetin; i the day with relatives. 1 our monthly S days' »1. sUrts tain the Thursday Afternoon Card! . _ , u l l l l u , . . club Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock , -^-e^nesday. May 22. Brownell onoe at her home in Isabella road. ! ^odpany --Adv.--20-21. - j " Miss Angela Stader retnmed home Mrs. Charles E. Watscn will enter- | yosler d ay rrom a visit with fnends in tain the.O. N. T.-Faney,vork club oni^^,,,^ Thursday afternoon at her home in' Frank Priory, who 'erected" the silk | said tho claims i i dilution, if re- mill on the West Side, and who now , opened and lii'ld u n t i l the end of the war. \vould oblige in-iiirancf companies to maintain a f u n d of not Iep5 thau Jl.'iOf.OOO as a contingency for 5o Uoe. To Renters and Properly Owners of l!-e borough o! D u n b a r : -- Y o u are i dropsy, pout. hereby notified that May 18th to May I "'M"! very best way to restore the counsel that the terms of the nemy- j ..^ i.,,.,^^,.^ has he( , n d ,. sl ,, natcd as | alien act distinctly bet aside for the , el|;aQ . llp , veok b lhc Uo .,_,,,,,, Cou ,.\ period ot t!ie war any limitation :n a I C[L Y c u w i l | ^e,.,.^^ h a v c .,,, rub _ , federal or state law of the t:mo m , b i s __ ]u , _ n barl . rls and bfjxes a n d , which suit may h,. flli-d OQ an alien | resident claim. The ei!sio cmy property ask*d tire control ot tin 1 twenty-six dismissed claims ot aliens under the Pennsylvania act. not comn ]y. ng w j t c this ordi-r will he Frank Martin n[ PiashurgU, counsel Ha , jln _ o ^ ^ a{ M ._ ]pss ^^ ^^ -\. R. Duncan, Bur^e-iF.--Adv -17-3t. for the Travelers' Insurance company. jtidncys to tlitur normal state of health nod cure such i-ymptoms.'' snvs Dr. Pierce, of Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., to drink plenty of water and obtain -.-i ii.^-u i .from your favorite pharmacy a small ... "' . | placed in o u r a l l c j f r o m which place amount of Anuric, double strength, which 0 larl , 1 ' - 1V ^' ^° removed by tbe Borough ' is dLsppnwd by almost every druggist." to be given f i - 1 0;1 ^^ o^nd and 2"rd. and f r o m Uiat j You will find Anurie more potent than lime on all lots Kiist b«. kept clean i utWa ""solies uric acid as ivatcr docs and In a sanitarv condition. Thos-HU ?? J '' Send Dr. Pierce Itte for tnnl plspr. PHILADELPHIA, PA.--' About one ear ago I trouble South Pittsburg street. The King's Daughters of :he Trinity Lutheran church will meet tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. E. R. Floto in Race street. Perparatory to evangelistic service to begin, on Monday evening, June 10, " in the Church of the Brethren in the "West Side,' cottage prayer meetings "will be held this week as follows: fail to attend our S days' sale. It starts -Wednesday, May 22- BrowneU's Shoe Company.--Adv.-- °0-2t Mrs. Eva Kate Allen went to Pitts- is chief engineer for the Stewart Con- | strnctiou company, uhich has a large! contract with Uie government : n i France. Sergeant Miller f o r m e r l y j was employed in the office of the su-| pi'rnitendent of the Connelisville division ot the B. 0. ALBIiRT SmTH HOME OS SHOJtT Albert Smith of Com JTRl.Ol'CII. pany A, ."lst Tonight. W. H. Friena, in the West i flces ln Side; Tuesaay night, Frank Mack, Sycamore street; -Wednesday nigiit, in burg thl. morning to W» a .b Kllginet . rs , locatp(1 at c , np Bclvolr . course of training In the office of toe , Belle- Telephone company. pj lt sburB stc Till go to Washington. | n. c., to become an operator in the i compan y s offices there. Mrs. Allen ' ^.^ formerly exchange operator for 'coal company, with of- pj. OTn j Var, is home on a five day fur'.oug. He arrived yesterday morning. Smith is mess sergeant in Company A. He was transferred from Camp Lee re- centlv. the guperba st National Bank building. ,,, . -- - - Everything goes at reduced pnces the'church; Thursday evening. .J. C. rtllrir ,j_ our S days', sale. Brownell Beahm, Patterson avenue; Friday i gboe company.--Adv.--20-2L - " *- '-"' Miss Mary -Wise and Mrs. Greaves, the latter of Dunhar, have Bone to an embarkation canrp to visit the latter's brother, Ben Bradley, who expects to leave soon for du-^y overseas. Watch for our S days' sale. Starts Brownell Shoe Company. ' night, John Slelghter, IJast Crawford avenue. The evangelistic meetings will be conducted' by Rev. Malen Brousher of Greensburg. ' The "W. W. Pickett class of the I Methodist Protestant church will meet Thursday night at the home of Mrs. j Marie Savsovich Orecstein in the Survey. So it is that the struggle of the allies against the Mnaaujtnan lifted into mtereet a community of New handlers, who were one night in DM Fellows' ha,l. The an-,-- , were ^ests "yesterday of *f.J ^K»»^^ «* £f^ c ' by LTurLus of social research «n- nual election of officers · will uU,e; Mrl _._,,. Davia Cunningham o£ Vine ^"ngl D C. to rTpirtlor | dor tbe ""*"»· of "» R^en Sage McCutheon in East Crawford avenue. _,Adv.-- 20-2t. -- i Mrs. James Scott and brother, The regular meeting of Edna Re- | , ohn cunnineham. of TJrsina. and bekah. lodge will be held Wednesday i Mrs Anlia Cunningham, of Union' tlisir pajnnont in t h e e i o n t oE awards! whm tbey wcr** - a k e n up from t h e : postponed calendar. | Tbe proceeding tieforf 1 tno c o m p e n - ] sat Ion board terminated in a motmn j by Layton n. Srhoch. of counsel Cor tho Travel' 1 !'- . joined in by ra;in.v! of otbor corporate utorpsts. to quash ihn petition of Custodian Palmer. Th IF wa." held mukT adviscnieni. by Lhe board and its decision will be announced later. I'oiicc Arrest Eteht Eiglit prisoners were arrested by the police over Sunday. Only onp appeared before Mayor John Duggan this morning, he being" discharged. The .s.'ven others Je/t forfeits amount-! ing to |27. j, ac ,: 50 had somo ·with my back m tbo region of kidneys. I sent for a supply of tho A n u T i c Tahlots. After tftkiug them I have never feJt the leatt pain in my back, or anywhere. I keep a botiio oa month GLASSES TSAT FIT! That rest the- cnniTo at mo OVAW -- that i -- th.'it P.^-C c You prot ex rate cost hftre A. L. Tucker, Oph. xtiunz S*rc*-i \i11r. I'ft. Keep the little happ;. Their tende i t b r e q u i r e a cooling, healin I or so, for ·prevention is bctier tlnn ci're,' nes healthy and I --W. G. M\CMILLAX. 323 N. :i ( '!li St. T. P»-ni-.ivc b o d - I WAMPOM, PA.--''1 was aff trtcvl with . i my kidney^ and uiy back Iiurt mo so IH, , ' ! ·tensely at linaeb I could lia^dlv en.lure it. ss remedy t., pronare their stomachs | T ^ , _ ^ f o u r ;im , fKf - im , s - m a Just Over the Br Conm-Hbiillc (West Sldi for suniuic-r.-s heat. HoMistor's Rocky ^fountain Ten is reliable and safe, Lhoro bet not injurious. Hue.--Coo- nellsulle Drug Co.--Adv. X E U l ST \TIO.X OF 15TH EXOINKEILS. In a letter to George S. Conncll, "Bill" Sherman oC Hospital Unit 1^ AMONG THE SERVO-CROATS New York Freight Handlers Demor» stratc Utility of Co-operative Housekeeping. 3Jrs. Pritts Rppovorinp ^^rp. Nancy Pritts of Tr: who was nni down bv a bicycle near , her home a few weeks ago, is recovering nicely. arise lour nifilit. I sent for A n u n c and am entirely r'^red now and run fooling fir.e: can co lots of work. I have just passed :ny i 7Cth mile-stone. If you rire troubled 1 with your kidneys, T ndvipo you to £'t | Dr. Pierce's Auurio. Tablets; they cured ,,, i mo and si. uld cure you.'*--ilas. Ji L. Box fiJ, Route 2. states t h a t he is stationed within an l From the zadntgas of ono ot tho Hour's ride of the 15th Engineers to I oldest hill couatries of Europe to the which Samuel Harry. Earl Russell, co-operative flats of New York's mid- Julius Grouse, Herbert Shank othor Connt'Hsville hoys belong READ THE COU5.IEE. Carroll Battery ( A Factory Trained Battery and Pie says Lb.it he is not allowed to ride oa die west side, from the Balkans to Hell's Kitchen and back again to take P al "t 1 Q the war against the Turka -the trains, nor has he been supplied j tnat is e swing of the human pendn- with an automob.le, hence has not had , lum w Wcu we call immigration, writes opportunity lo visit the engineers' camp. LOCAL CDIIS TO LEAVE ' ' ^ nto FOR OVKIWKAS SKRTICF. ' York Miss Flornce Jlooa and Mrs Kl«ic of a serlos of raclal sroups studied place and all members are urged tol s " ' .attend,-" · --' " " ^ William S. Hart in "The Bandit and ' ; duty in the insurance seciion. ol the Mrs. E. E. Henderson will enter- j , m( j tomorrow.--Adv.--20-11. tain the Busy Twelve club Friday night at her home in Snyder street. Announcement has been made of I the marriage of Miss Anna Hoffman, daughter of Mrs. Carri-i Hoffman of V Hooversville,.and. Corporal Ryan Baltzer, son of Mr. and 3Irs. JL B. BaJtzer of Hooversrille. solemnized at Canrp ;Lee, Petersburg, Va. John Wilder and Harry Ford ha.ve gone to Reading, Pa., to attend the annual convention of Jhe Odd Fel- thep^^-taoo^,;TM^i^* ^^-.^ «- - lows. llr. Wilder repr( senti the William McKinley Lodge, ^'hile llr. Ford -is,a delegate, from a Ur.iontown lodge, f a n ^ T_ Scott Dunn and other rela- " Miss' 'Jermi'c 'Holt left this morning j ( i Tt , s ;,, this vicinity. 'Mrs. John J. Driscnll has returned homo from Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va., -where she visited her son. Julian Driscoll. Mss Lena Murphy of Highland avenue han returned home from a visit -with Mrs. M. P. Wilhere ot Philadelphia, formerly of Connells- wille. She also visited at an embarkation camp. Joseph Zimmerman of Youngstown. O., spent the. -week-end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman of East Crawford avenue. Tnilfam Dunn of Denver, Col., is his brothers, R. C. Dunn leave shortly for overseas duty, GEOIKiE SA.VTHYEJJ COJ1IXG UO-UK ILL. foundation. Among tbo Sorvo^roats of tils community the co-cptraUve household, or Drust-ro, prevails. Common expenditures Cor living necessities are borno equally by each member of B group George w. Santmycr, who hat, been A commo11 P tan is 'or the group to in the motor mechanics branch of the hlre a " bo3 " or "=°°k." The house service at Camp Greene, is expected , boss rw:elvea rr °m each member of home shortly to recuperate after a i tho £rMp * 2 to ?3 a month ' as tho period of illness. He failed to pass ! case may be, for his labor; that is. tho physical 'lest for overseas service. and. laundry. The bu"t'wiu'b'o aVsi^cd V "to"dwy°m'ai''e P° Bltloa o£ the house boss . especially United SUtes. Ml, wife has returaed ' Wber ° he is TM ° lder ma »' is '" from a visit wiUi him. for Reading to represent the Edna Rebekah, lodse. . . The Women's Guild of the Trinity Episcopal church vrill meet to .sen- Wednesday night at th home of Mrs. G. N. Wood in East Ap;.lc street. Member sot the Firs". Baptist Sun" Miss Ira Weimer of Pittsburg was the guest yesterday of her hrotiier. Peter R. 'Weimer of East Park. Curd of ThanliS. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miller and family- wish to thank their many friends who so kindly assisted them in their recent- bereavement, the death of their ^-day-school arV reheaising for CM- , on anr | brother, Alfred G. Miller. -dren's Day ben-ice on Sunday. June f; spe eiiiliy do they vrish to extend 9th. - T | their heartfelt thanks to the members ~ ' j of the Baltimore £ Ohio yard office The Women's Missio" Circle of the employes tor the beautiful flowers .Z.PlFs£."Eapti?f"cn"urch v It meet in the ' sent.--Adv. cfcapei of the church Thursday after- . B«oii_-at 2.S.1 ri'clocli: ' '. Speaics at Toniiiu-bilt Afjsrncy G-lorge B. Jefferies of Ol: _ « l _ o n _ l 5 ' tkat ° C Ba « e and = « e i wbo is posted on all tho latest doings rMn A rrMTUPP 1 ir67AIT»7/ir»I\ ' and goasi P in ^ 6 colony-- aad ol bank- ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED: 61 - as wc!l - _j - i "When the houfio boss Is a married ' m£m be h: ' 3 a re eular occupation, and Harrj J. linrkey of CunnpUsvillc to Wed 31uunt 'I'li'iisant Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gillcspio Page of Mount Pleasant, announce the engagement of their youngest daughter, Miss CbarioUe Elizabeth, to Harry .1 Burkey o'. Connellsvilie. Miss Page is , P' emer ' ts tbe family income. When well and favorably known iu M o u n t ' , ? ero , are chMl ' m the ? ar = fed and is considered a formal member of the . group, contributi-.ig his share to tbe household expenditures. His wife performs tho house-boas function, does the housework, and thus largely sup- Pleasant. She is a teacher in the Mount Pleasant schools. She attended , ' oused wlthou ' ; extra charge be. e a t e n e i " S ma ? K , l ? either parcnt ' tbo srcup Indiana normal and finished the teach- i " S a Wbole b , eanl ' B Ule e ? pensc ' Thla " ers' course at Grove City college in Mr. Burkey is the eldest son of Mr. : was very pointedty demonstrated in a r household where theie were four men · besides the house boss, hie wife and four children. "And does the father Durincc the absenoc of the pester, Rev. mi'Mir Nelson, i 'ho is visiting · a: Vauderbilt :his i-veaing at S o'clock , -- -- - ----- -- r^ -- : -- ; -- - - la the interest of the Red Cross war . fund. lontown, will addW a street meeting ed w ! t " ^ e ^ nce « ^ may leave o i am* rlov ES«"K7^X"X 0 ^ C. Prick Coke company as bookkeep- J, o _ Eh _ w h a t _,_, the°chridren E t°hen cr, having charge of the office a t , eat?"--and ia his reply could be de- Smock. No wedding plans have been tected quite as much "amazement at made. Mr. Burkey expects to be called the question as the interrogator felt into the service soon. He has enlist- at the response. - How to bake good bread with substitutes. How to use them in the most practical and economical way. How to get the best results. How to effectively help conserve the wheat supply. An expert baker will show by an actual baking demonstratSo just how you should use wheat flour substitutes. Many practice points on home bread baking will also be explained. it For Infants and Children In Use For Over 3O Years Tno Cars Stolen. Two stolen automobiles were reported to the police yesterday. A. P. Turaney of Dawson .losing a Ford and Joseph Luda a EuiCk. Classified Advertisements Bring resuhs. Cost only Ic a word. rx PKICE For head or throat Catarrh try the vapor treatment p * Littlr lody-Guird LiTb« Sac-- ode-- $1.00 Bnj-s Prank Mickey, who has been living east o£ Vanderl.ilt. along the state road, has bought property in Liberty j and moved his family. Taken to Kflcnestcr. Tlie remains of.Fred Speycrer of Confluence, who died suddenly Friday, were taken :o Rochester, Pa., Saturday for .ntormcnt Read'The Daii; Cocrler every day. NO ADMISSION. Connellsville housewives are cordially invited to attend this dem onstration. It is your opportunity to learn just how to use substitute satisfactorily.

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