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May 21, 1918

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. THE DAILY COURIER/ CONNELLSVILLE, PA TUESDAY, MAT-21-;' j.~- Continued from Paere One. Oral li Heinbansh.wtoo was at Camp Leo, Va.,.and was reported to have Itift an embarkation -point about May .5th.. JOHS IV. KEffDAM . ..... TO liKCOXE AVIATOR. John Wiley Kendall, second son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Kendall of Meyersdale, lias enlisted in the Aviation :lass of the .Sunday school.- A' dd- i --Adv.V-20-2t. . corps. Kendall is a senior at Haver- aghtful program will be carrie'a-Tiu't j . llfs. Harold Losey has. returned I ford college and will be permitted to ind a very enjoyaole evening is prom- i home from Camp Dix, X. 3., \vhere she · Snish his course, graduating next : . : .:r.:'.^tensive arrangements are beins-rextejidecrtrip to.points of interest in . nadeMor an aprcn "social. to lie neld rCalifqmia:;. . Thursday Svenirig'ih "the First Metho- Thatch.Jar' our 3 days' sale. Starts '· ; ----- -'2iat~E5Iscopal."cnurc".by the I.'.H. .Ji.'f Wednesday, Browaell Shoe Company. WIFE OF SOLDIER TO ·': BECOME NURSE AT : . COTTAGE HOSPITAL . sed all who attend. The program fill include a dri!i -by the Bay Scouts, visited her husband, who is' leaving soon for duty overseas. month. Following his graduation he K-il! join tlie.colors at Bos to a, Mass. ^ by a quartet, a -guessing -con--! - -Don't forget the apron social of the j" lest and readings by two out-of-town ' I. H." N.' class, Thursday evening, at i HL'XDRED wrsons. ;: ·' the M. E. churcb.--Adv.-21-2t. ": ,, Mr.-. an(t Mrsr C hajles Pryor, who T ; !eav.e ,sqon forjisvjrcaster. Pa., to re-_ r.iidei' Tvere" :tenfle'£d^a'. farewell sur-'. ..^ise party :last:e.T:rtfns ,at,their home ",:n.. Murphy .avenue.r.by. the "W. -W. t: class :.ar the Hethodist Pro' '-'.!esiant"cIiaicV'ot wh'IEK,- ^they are '.'idenibers..". Trrenly.: persons attended --»Dd spent a verj enjoyable erertins:. -- -riie honor · quests were presented - %%-flo/w'ers · .by members - of the .^;_:lass. Refreshment* 1 ;were ^ ser\-ed. T, L_'."At th^_. regular meeting of the ~_ Wiman's Benefit association ot the XIaccabees to he held .tonight in Mac, xibee hall, arrangeaient to go to "Brownsville tomorrow to attend ..a - ~, j5trioUc~meeting Twill, te" made.: . All " " nenibera-are" requested to attend. Athens Temple,' No^ 'Sf, "Pythian - --Sisters,- will meet this evening 'at 7.30, - -o'clock -in the Odil Fellows' hall. . -The N. "c. .T, class of thB First · Methodist Episcopal Sunday school will meet tonight at the home'Df Mrs. J. F. Englcke, in Lincoln avenue. BOY SAFK OTER. William .Filce'f of-DuQuesne, was' a'.l- Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Coughenour of guest'Sunday at t h e - h o m o of -his 1 Snydor street, Connellsville, have .re- ' father-in-law, -Harmon- Hay, in the West- Side. L: F. Ruth has reurrned from a trip to"Washington,. D. C. ' · Earl Shank- and' Parry Tramp are spending the day in."PHtsburg. v.v Mrs. Josephine' Readlne and daughter. Miss Anna, "attended the funeral of Mrs. Antonio Santori of Mount Pleasant, held; Sunday 'afternoon. Deceased had a number of friends here. Miss Theresa Remdine was the .guest of.her brother,:.Joseph Rendine at Cannnsburg Saturday and Sunday.; WILL CM 100 PER CENT SERVICE; WANT LOAFERS PUT TO WORK Enrdta Tire Brick Employes Sign . War Output Plfdgi-, and Ask Government to littot After Idlers. The. Eureaka Fire Brick company has anticipated the. plan suggested to the coke operators yesterday of ob- A^called meeting ol the I rr N I tajnm s Pledges from their workmen class ottfiftSTrst -Methodist Episcopal ! t o P roduce maximum output during Sunday gchoorWill be held tonight in ' - ·- ·-- ' - : " the continuance of the. war. At the the-cn5reh : annex to "complete arranges * me Um ? ^ TMploves have taken mentsfor'ay: apron-social to be held I'**" ***· ste P m Payette county in-' Tiinrsday-night.- Alfmembers are re- 'ended .to direct attention of the gov- ·~.qirested to-attend. · · ' - " - " - ernment to the necessity for action '.' .. .'. : ^*..~~.~ - to compel idlers and loafers to go to . ·. -.-ThV.G.-Tr-A:^unit;to-:the Charlestou ···'Comforts'branch of.'the Navy League · ; TTllt.meetjrhursdayjnfght at tbe home ·7..of ·MrsrHarjyi-DeBolt in.South.' Con- - - At the regular meeting of the Grand · Iniernatlonaf'auxiliary'to the Broth- erhbpd of -Locoiaotive Engineers to - be held 'tomorrow afternoon in Odd · Fellows' bull, the report of tae annual convention held in Cleveland, O., will be submitted by Mrs. F. T._ Robin- son, a delegate. All members are - urged "to attend.^ PERSONAL.' . Mrd-summer she-wing of leghorn, milan and white hats. Special dls- play of sport and country club hats; Gage and Castle hats' shown. F. A. McFarland, 111 West Apple street. One-fourth off'on all early t season hats.--Adv.-21-ot The best.plaea.tq shop-after all. ' ': "':' Miss'-Lartra-Roake, Miss · Laverne J ". Delta. Miss. JeniJe Weaver, Mr. and- : : '·-Mrs. "John Oiler. Miss _Ida Wolfe and :: -""iipw." Wolfe, her father, spent .Satur- TM -"day m the Indian Creek valley. They "· ·visited" Killarney Park, and then ^walked back to Indian Creek. Some of-; '"jjjie. party 'missed -the evening Bait!-" ~ ' more-_ObJo tr.Un and were ferried .; ' across the river to-the Western. Mary': I land. :'- , I. H. N. class apron. social, M. E, -~~ "ebjirch,.Thursday..evening. See .the ':." : . Boy Scouts drill.--Adv.-21-2t. - ' Miss Isabel Markle, Miss Millo '.' . Tinstman, Miss Katterine McBnrney, : · Miss Eva Stanffer and Miss- Sarah. ·· Davis spent the week-end with friends .;- in "Uniontown. ' '.'- '-- .. _ Redactions, on all srummer footwear ',..,. tor men, -women and children" during " our monthly 8 days' salel Browhell Shoe Company.--Adv. r -20-2t. .;·_' H;. J. ;RTiinbaiigtt was in- Mount · Pleasant last night Miss .Jessie 3lhod.es of. the West .... ..-Side, is^spendlng the day in Pittsburg. X It TMele-Sanl-ls-norfirmishlng-you- -" .--with that new sptfkgrsnityou iad bet--' ' . " ter let me makeoroi'dne".' Dave Cob_~~ en, Tailor.--Adv. ':" '..'...". ; : ~' JJCss Mabel Skiles" attend"ed'-£he Red .':'. .'- .Cross. celebration · in. Mount Pleasant -.:·'·' last night ;..' " '.. ..!'·'... _'. · .;.. Oar monthly S~day'' sale--starts. Wednesday, May 22: Brownell Shoe ""- Company.--Adv.--20-21... "', Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hankins and '-"- son Robert ot Royal, were guests of ~ Mrs. Hankins' parents, Mr.-and Mrs. ;: : -. p.. A. : Laherger of V?est PeacE street, ;; over Bandar. -· Don't fail to attend our 8 days' sale. work. .ceived .word that their son, James B. Congbenonr, o£ the 112th Infantry, has arrived safely' overseas. S3UTHFIELD HOY JIA£ES GOOD AS BAKBSaiAIf SMITHFIELD, May 21-- Mrs. A. J. | Slltton is in receipt of a card from ; ! her son Donald, who is. in camp at: Little Roc.k, Ark. Don belongs to tbe! band and 'is making rapid progress on! his. bass horn. Tbe card contains sev-| eral views of the camp, among them | General S..D. Stucgis (who is a rela-l tiv(. of Mrs. Sutton) and staff. . A view; of the bakery where they bake 20,000 i loaves of bread each day, is also; sfyown. It gives a faint Idea of what | it takes to feed the mon in training.u JERliV BCnrSLYS STILL SA3TK Letters receivel by Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bowman of East Cedar avenue, from their son James, with a regiment of Forestry Engineers in France, contain post card pictures of the quaint village in the vicinity of tbe regiment's station, but with the names carefully deleted. Save for slight indisposition resulting from influenza, then prevalent among the members of the regiment, "Jerry" was well, interested and contented in his work. .ALGOHOL-O PER 1 GENT. AVc(Setabtefrcpafliuon6rAs simila For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears Signature In Dse Over Thirty Years Exact Copy of Wrapper. CABLEGRAM TELLS OF BROTHER'S SAFETY. At a meeting of/ the men at the i Johh A. Lltman of UniontowTi, yes- Mount Braddock plant yesterday fore- j terda y received a cable from his son, ·_ I Corporal Sol B. Lltman, announcing ' his safe arrival in France. Corporal Litman.-who i s - a ^brother of Mrs. R. W. Smith, of Eighth street, Green- -"Wsxlnesday,- --May- 22;Sh'o: Company.--Adv.-- It - starts BromeTl's J0-2t. Miss Mary jQaanon of Pittsburg, is. s. H_G._M;ason_orEast l ~ Dawr5n,"" the gnest of MTS. Mason. Hear the Men's Quartette at "was the apron social of tjie I. H. N. class, M. E. church, Thnrsday evening. -- Adv.- 21 - 2t Alfred Kobacker is in Pittsbnrg on . " ErerytUlntr "goes ,a.t Tedpced; prices; dufingT QUr;8._?lurs',r saler Brownelt" Shoe Company.-- -ASv. -- 20-2t. Mrs. James B. Reed and daughter, Miss Marion of Pittsburg, formerly, of . Connellsville, will'.'lcave soon fo'r an . LOOK INTO Ii Saves YouSo Time and C noon. General Manager. Herbert Watson asked that all officials and em- ployes sign the following pledge:" "For ourselves and our company we the undersigned officers and employ- es, pledge the prompt production, and delivery of the largest quantity of material that is or shall be required by the United States government for the necessities of itself and its Allies, and agree to" ail this In accordance with the request of the War Industries boafdi" The employes comprising the day shift signed to a man, a n d _ a resolution was adopted by the meeting declaring that, while the employes are doing their part to help win the war, the government should take some action relative to men, both old and young, who are able to work but are loafing and idling about day after day. The signers to the pledge were given, a handsome button bearing the legend,."! am doing my part toward ·winning the,war." This button is to be .worn"only, so long as the wearer complies'with'the conditions of the jpledge. The .observance of the conditions will be.look.ed after by two committees, one consisting of men, of whom Mansell Hammit, George Hix- enbangh and Doll Yauger are members, and one of boys, consisting of Archie Gordon, Walter Martin and Joseph Bell, LYONS NAMED PRESIDENT Of Ercrson Sunday School District at Convention Saturday. Officers ef the Everson district of , . . , . , . the Fayette County Sunday School as- Cap ' aiEs f= k has bc f P ° St wood, is attached 325th Infantry. to Company H, ALBERT TUIIXBY AMOXG THOSE SAFE OVERSEAS. Albert Turney has arrived safely overseas, according to word received by his mother, Mrs. Martha Turney. EARL SLATER SELECTED JLECEAXItXS SCHOOL STt'DEOT, Private Earl H. Slater of Mill Run, has been selected to attend tbe Enlisted Mechanics' school at Kelly Field. South San Antonio, Texas. Slater, who is In the Trades Division, Aviation Section ot the Signal Corps, will study the construction and repair of the engine used in the government airplanes, and when, he bus completed his course will be fitted for a respon- aible position In this branch. TIE AMERICA! RED ROSi In the name of God and the Red Cross-SAT JT-I will give to tlia. Red Cross--I will give--I will gh and I will give until it hurts. Surely you can't refuse th appeal from our boys in the trenches, and dugouts : France-- 10 Per Cent. · ' of the E. Dunn Store's total business Thursday, May 23: and ev.ery employes salary for that day goes to the Ri Cross. The E. Dunn Store is 100% per cent strong. Wl not get together and make this a big day for the Ri Cross. "COME AND SEE" TKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE \29to!33.N PlTTSBURG St.) CONNELLSViLLE^. CGNNELLSVfLLE'S GREATEST STORE txrts of condiUons in tbe'region, ot j tbe number of cars piaecd, Uie timo '. of placing, the cuuac of failure to ; THESLANS WINNERS load, a n d a l l oU,er iufonnation ncces- '' ' nie ' " na TM* i A l l n n a l aary to insure a more expeditious j MBS. STItTATAGOX TKAYKLS 2,500 JULES TO VISIT HUSBAXD. Special Lo The Courier, KBL.LY FIELD, Texas, May IS.-Mrs. William Stillwagon of Connellsville, has.arrived in San Antonio, after traveling 2,500 miles ui visit her husband, who is stationed at Kelly Field, near San Antonio. Stillwagoa Is acting sergeant major of Line 117, Trades Division. First Training Brigade. UATTAUf .1. T-. JlTfK HOMJ-: OX FUliiODGH. Captain J. L. Junk arrived .home Saturday for a brief furlough, leaving last.night for an embarkation camp. sociatlon were elected at the district convention at Mt. Olive Saturday as foDows: President, N. R. Lyons, of Mount Pleasant; vice presidents, "W. H. Thornas,..af'pwensdale/-and S. G. Snider, of. White-; -secretary. Miss Helen Mclndoe;; of- Everson; treasurer, Charles.-.Eicher,; of -Everson; elementary superintendent. Miss-Lulu Longanecker, ot Pennsville;. sccondarj- divi- 'sfon, Jacob .'Kooser, Scottdale; adult ·division, Walter Detwiler,. .Connell; ville, B. D.; teacher training, Miss -Anna Woods; temperance, Jeff King, of Owensdale; missionary, B. B. Martin, of East End; boy councillor, Wesley Lelohleiter; girl councillor, Miss .Nell.Piri; adult: class .federation committee, Miss Sue Means, Herman Yonnkin, Mrs. George Burns, T. Frankland-. : . . . . Trotter IToperty Sold. Milton Pearl lias sold his property on the .improved road near Trotter 'to Miss- Mranfe MprelandV of Dunbar township,* the^purchase being made by Miss .Voreland as an investment. The deal was closed through A. E. Wagoner ..Company. The house is occupied by "John Miller. licensed to TYcS. Thomas Korin and Dorothea Kolesar ot;,"Lels6ni-ing; .Harold. .c.Owen Francis"'o£:'.Camp 0pton,_"N..JK,;:ani Elizabeth It. Gatehouse of Point Marion, were granted licenses to wed In Uniontown. lialiy in , CliarcliU) Home. Announcements have been received here of the arrival of a son, May IS, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. "VV. J. diurchill.in'Longmont, Col. Dr. and Mrs. Churchill formerly resided in Connellsvilie .and have many friends here. " ·, ' . ., .Four Given Hearings. Four prisoners were given hearings before Mayor John Duggan this morn- .ing. .TTO got; two'days, .each on. Uie streets an"d ' two" others were dis- -._-charged.;- .:';.. . . . . . . . . : . · · - : -. at the Aberdeen proving grounds for the past seven months. Perry HlRh School Contest. movement of both, loads and cmylJos. I Th e Thesiacs won tbe annual inter- Tbe wax program is proceeding more I society contest in the Perry township satisfactorily than at any time since ' l'ls b school at Perryopolis Saturday we entered the conflict. Mr. Blauvolt:. evening, four points to three for the said, and H is daily gaining in momen- · Pbilos. The score now stands eight turn, but the experiences of last win- j victories for tbe Thesians and sii for ten's transportation troubles must be ! ^ c ' Philos. kept in mind and nothing left undone j T n o winners were: Essay, Esther to prevent a similar collapse. During j T borpe; recitation, Martha Butter- Uie favorable weather there must b e i n l o r o ' Piano solo, Jnsophlne Carr; a surplus production and maximum ! "ration, Frasher Duff; periodical, movement of coal and coke so as to , Laura Fife; debate, Marie Bendo and Insure the continuous operation at'; Bnuna Piorsol. top speed ot every industry related ~~ ' to the winning of tbe war. ( A ..ttusiea! Opportunity. The coke director was clearly of the | Prof. Carroll C. McKee, at pres- opinion tbat no 'surer progress could i ent and for five years past, director be made in tills direction timn b'y i of the Conservatory of -Music of bringing workmen to individually un-| Acadia, University, "WblfviJle, Nova derstand tbat each lias just as im; S-cotia, will be in Connellsville about portant a part in achieving ultimate ! J u n e 1st. He w i l l be pleased to re- victory as has ihe soldier in t h e l c e i v e a limited number ot pupils in trenches. He proposed that honor j pianoforte during the summer rolls'be established at tbe plants to ; months. His studio will be at tbe contain the names of men who have ; Christian Parsonage, 509 Race a. 100 per cent record for being on \ street, where anyone interested may the job during H certain period. He ; inquire.--(Adv.--21-H. urged that tbe practice of men ; ^---· changing from plant to plant be dis- I "Ptty Me" Substituted, couraffed in every possible way, both 1 "Pay Me," in which Dorothy Philby the management at the plant! lips, the Bluebird star, is soon in a where a man applies for work and a t , splendid role, will be shown at the tbe plant from which he came. Sol- ! Paramount tomorrow instead of "The Constipation is the arch-enemy of health. Conquer this enemy and you rout a whole army of physical foes, including indigestion, biliousness, sick headache, sleeplessness and nervous dyspepsia. Beecham's Pills have been a world-favorite laxative for over sixty years. They go straight to the cause of many ills and remove it. They act promptly, pleasantly and surely. Contain no habit-forming drug. These time-tested pills strengthen the stomach, stimulate the liver and R e l i e v e stipatson Dirc«£on. if Special V*]ue to Women are -with ET«T Box. Sold by druggi«u throughout th« world. In boxon, lOc, ZSc. diers are not permitted .to change j Marriage Lie," as previously an' nounced. Today, in addition to "Boss ot the Lazy Y," a Triangle feature, the I'niversal Weekly is lieing shown. their jobs as the notion siczes them, he said, neither should men. in the essential industries do 30. "When Mr. Blauvelt visited the coke region some months ago he gave the operators the assurance tbat the car situation would be well in hand' by- April 1. No-n- that material improvement, has been made, the labor situa- j tion is the one remaining problem to be solved in order to insure a larger production, and that problem, be be- j lieves can be solved through the med-1 ium of the suggestions be offered. Classified AdY:.'iT-rmpnt8 Bring results. Cost only Ic a word. FOR SALE GOOD COAL. ORDER YOUR NEXT WINTER'S COAL SUPPLY NOW. CAN MAKE PROMPT DELIVERY. PRICE RIGHT. CALL BELL PHONE 1016, TRI- STATE C15-R. F. T. EVANS ESTA: BOTH PHONES. T. B. FRNTZ. CONFLUENCE, May 21--T.B Frantz, ] aged 76 years and 5 months, one of! the oldest and most prominent rcsi-i *" Ie ! dents, died here Suspicions Character Held. John Purkable is being held at the police station for investigation. was arrested 'yesterday on the infor-j v e r y SIld( ^ nly w k h acute in( i ii;estion | matlon of. the West Penn Railways j IIe had hail frequent attacks reccctlv'l company and ^charged with- being a | but was apparently better Sunday I ciic:f*t/!niie: r'hjirnnter Purkahlp. wasi,,,u.,~ i,_ , ---- _.., ),, , . . , ' yesterday mor:iing when he was out in his yard. seen in the vicinity of the car barns; went to bed :u apparent good and is thought to have stolen somo| Soon after Anight lie , He night, and with the employes of the tivdy ongago i j n t i )e town's best company's store at that place, joined health. copper wire. He was 'arrested' by I suddenly with another "attack' and'bc^i Patrolman P. M. Rulli. . toro t - Qe f :iIDi , y colll(1 got the doctor | ,TT^ TT~ j ! there he expired.' Ho had been a resi-i In Mt. ricasant rnradc. ! dent of this nkice for many years and : Thirteen employes at Kobacker's ; u m i l a fev , years ago whcn Dh ,,, al ; store went to Mount Pleasant last | ai s a bility prevented him he was ac-· in- 1 · terests, having .been a borough official; : Tor many years. He was m a r r i n e i 1 twice, liis first wife dying a number i i QE years ago. ' He was married again; I to Miss Alice Hyatt, who survives.; TJio following children by his first i I wife also survives him: William, New i · . ~ I j Castle; and Floyd, George A. and Mrs. i Read The. DalVj Coarler every day. j Thoodore Groffi all o£ thls plafe The ; ! funeral will take place tomorrow a t ; ! 1.30 o'clock in the First M. E. church,' .1 next door to his residence, of which j ' b o had been a member virtually a l l j Ms lite. His pastor, Rev. AV. M. '· in the Red Cross parade. Demonstration Tomorrow. Toe baking demonstration in the big)} school auditorium tomorrpw will begin at 1 o'clock. THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR A COKE SUPPLY RESTS WITH THE MEN Try our classified. ads. _ .. Continued from Page One. l_end_every. energy and effort to ; securing a'101'" per cent output. In turn ae proposed that at each plant a sim- ilar.pledge bt secured from the individual workers; that a-plant committee be nabaed to secure these pledges and also !,o make Inquiry into'every case of failure .o£ men to report for work, ascertaining the cause and, IJ an avoidable one, to appeal to the patriotism and self-interest of the ma:i; to practice greater industry.' It was Iff. Blauvelt's opinion that at least 75 per cent of the men would willingly sign such a pledge, wiila the otier 25-per cent, under the stimulation of their felloiv workers, would -come around in due course. . Mr. Blauvelt stated that tie improvement in car service, which has been'observable for- some time, was traceable, to the fact that the Railroad Administration, receives daily re- Bracken, will officiate, the Baptist cemetery. Interment in -MRS. DAISY MAY. ... The funeral of Mrs. Daisy .May was held yesterday afternoon a-. 2 o'clock from the Mount Olive ,churcX \yith Rev. J. S. Showers, pastor of the United Brethren church, officiating, Many relatives and' friends of l.he deceased attended. The pallbearers were Henry George Nicholson, Charles Geary, Gcacy, Harry Geary, Walter Butt and Honry Nicholson. Interment was made in Mount Olive cemetery. D. B. LINTEMAN. Rev. E. B. Burgess, pastor tf t!ie Trinity Lutheran church, officiated at the funeral of . D a n i e l Linteman, held . yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from tlie residence of the mother-ra-law of the ; deceased, Mrs. lihazi. The. services were largely attended. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. · Learn How to Use leat Floor Substitutes. 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. And Receive Instuction by Expert. An expert baker will show by an actual baking demonstratio just how you should use wheat flour substitutes. Many practic: points on home bread baking will also be explained. NO ADMISSION.. Connellsville housewives are cordially invited to attend this den onstration. It is your opportunity to learn just how to use substitute satisfactorily. Westmoreland Grocery Co.

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