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May 24, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 1

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Gonnellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 8,696 VOL. 16, NO. 166 CONNELLSVLLLE. PA., FRIDAY EVENING MAT 24 191S TWELVE P4GES TOENBURG RACING WITH WILSON FOR DECISION IN WEST, SAYS LLOYD GEORG Teutonic Leader Strain-' SENATE COMMITTEE ing Every Muscle to Be FOR 3,000,000 MEN at Goal First. NEAR LYNCHING AT 'OVER 1,500,000 LIRE BRIMSTONE CORNER OF FIFTH ITALIAN WAR HALTED BY POLICE LOAN SUBSCRIBED HERE Crowd Rpiulj- (o String Up Kaiser Bill TTIipn Coppers Interlere. INCREASE IN ARMY m PLOT IS REPORTED 'REMIER IS OPTIMISTIC --^ sen _ ate Mihtarj Committee toda~v imanl- I mouslj went on tecord m !a\oi o! Menace Gradually large expansion ot the American ihiondi (-rreotei. tine ot Vmenfiaii I PrvMmnm, fr Ur-- s.30i),00fl 01 ^ectir ' iciJts uiit iui ^100,000. In connecrion w ih w h u I!K people of tl o Councils^ lie distr ri b i \ p done m tlic mattu of b u v m g L oero bond 1 it ^ interesting to rote bat through rh oieigi derailment ol the \ n i g h ufib Italian tvir U au At thp normal to Be I o,itc(l \\ JIPI-C Will ttt ipji«j,ited W hen GERMAN TROOPS MUTINY; 50 SHOT, THRILLS OF A LONG HIKE '» Being Controlled, He Tells Scots. £JRMA TEOOPS MOVED annv It oidcred a faioraole report on a resolnt on bj benajjr Reed ol Missouri declaring foi an tnciease of I 3 000 000 men I __ ---- -- · u m e ^ this suir w o u l d br ed" ( t o ? on 000 u \m»--n,ia mon l urtlar r i n i n r r I \ciiecicnl Hi i?ns Bt-caiKO o r OIL Create i % a l u x of lu Howntowu Sutioit ol ilio ( ity. L r i t t c Suites monn com pi red with -be Italian tbo Jiifli \ reii lum ffeied J the Hih in ^ov trn IH 11 ind Jit. p n v a i l ng r u i t f p \ t b in t n e ^ e s L C U i i t u s cost the ninr H \ i l l e J i^ t.ntt buj.»-s onU bou $ ^ P ^ i X w e^K i,~o \esii, ^ 1 % w h r h w is be tiUepn h l u n i v c r v i of the e« ranee ot R Dp.A n h-» mic the scr v i r e of P l n f i . n o b ' n a p n - v n t e L u t ,, the Caicor 1.1 Un \rch Fiend Sal- BnmaLon" cornel ^as tbi, scene o r i noa- Unch-ins, last night when tbe Loniiells^ilk police and tire depart meats saved Kaiser BiH fron btmg struii-s UtJ Tht 1 bib; killer wab r e- mo\ed to the . i j hall aad a gu trd plicetl over him during tbe ci^b na"nt *TM**id HwpiUi 1 u. lion to Tbi, Milltan ! k l j '· says today s oircial staiemenV 'Yearly en on Tonl Sector Are Iraasiu*red last mght the enenn attempted into i^nthl r Fw-lH nnrl 'l%«ir PJaws otber raid on one of our posts in - vnouur rrem ana invir -TJUW:* v«-j«, . , . A ,,«· \\. n T h i s mor mg \*aor Doggan ordered i r , k n r Uo T^ea u) V^^j,^^ ^ t £r% SorU, ^ »-- ' * ^"» -o ,,, , k . ^ Tn, .To, Four M.ore Americans V.re killed. rfler mldn , gat somi.west ot 1 cB^se mtormauon ag-imst urn ildernun pirtmenl the ,lai i and captured a few prisoners I rrcd Mimk r c t ' v l " lhtl ·''"'n-Atmn lltlollntc d to rs uw l,re By Associated Press I Enemies o' tne ka,ei it s eportrd May 2-L--"For the QCTEI UE1GNS nnans as *«U as for us ta nexi (v weeks will be a race between ndenii-rg and President Wilson id Llcod George in an address aer" 3a The Germans are =tr:uning jrj- muscle to reach the goa first. | Jssued the e-vc ot American help beum | quarte ; aranizhie tor the allies. | I can hocesttv saj the pi emier -lazed "that the government has jlected no possible raeans foi find- r out -whether there is any honor- e outlet out of tius war it hor and tragedies i W K I C V V FKOVT. WITH TrIC 4MI.RICA.N ARM1 IN j Mav -4 -- Thc ia) hai been j all points occupied by our | says the official sutcn-eat | mght £rom Vnienca.^ head iro plotting to do Awar with sometime Saturdav e\enmg =cer! i r e tippfd ofT to hi P m , l l l n r , s hic'i is t n i e iod [o bo tbo pr-nrd in ( o p n p l l s hi-n | V 1 i] r )j ln= , hl slx 1r)r] n n f . i , l l r Sight- , e -u"s smre hi t i m j i f , nvor or Mr lanKirs Bu ano s business h\ the tru crm pam then his been a slp-itiv grovth in its volume I l l n l l s imil Chills (.rosMiit; t hiinni i ·OM1 \VJiLa I N r R \ \ I I pro! IM d ID cJl somuh ^i, t h e n t l i o rpst caul JT w li iv^ c i i h i i u 1 11 -n SlJ-mJ a m i mice. nd t u d i i i I s ^ tjood ^ ( i r t o u,-ic in I'j i u n c c t i o n 'l ' . L H i s i i», i kn \ 01 L r a i n j i n cont c u i ion ~i* J t nb rd i lion cam i t r ni i ncd fo he I rn is! u p r u t , t i n nt v sp cics j i uv ' n i I w a i T t o ) ,,, ,,, L u n fj 01 inn n J w i 10 m ui u r o i ulil d ibi^ n ^ \ aiiol^ -CH f nn js ,ur \ ^ Li i l i u m o r i s I I I h u IIP c h u i k u j tlip o l l u ion i c u t i m, troops ^ i r n h c t i m r i c i c .hf t pi i \\ 1 d n ,,, 110 \ I i i d IM.L11 I 1 t 1-, 1.J b». ]) 111 n I · J U N G cl C i bt b 11 r] urns o ON ^ a ,, A G c r nan l J.J Pfok RlLS 11 OKI G I 10 MO v t s t c n f i"»nt n d and IH n v rp n i l ) iij irn i onrd · ud a \ i -) d i ' - p t u h to tb n Siaii. i ni t i in 100 ) in i l i Mum v non t j ion n ^ o r 01 tb City's Quota Raised at Spirited Meeting in Masonic Temple. THZ GOAL IS NOW $69,000 li !'«*· Forth t-. Ffuirt t JAMES W1LHELM KILLED o)! (i L! in- 10 joii iv r E\ Mil » tdoii il ( hiiiriian Ua^i^on Is^n* s M tonu£ii Ouliiiun^ I b i 1 rjrcwcT oi (lit ( n.s( anil (jiliinr on f'rople HT Support, ( o m n i tin-, Vre Vcinc. t , ir. Lloyd George's address -wasde- sred in cotmectiCHi witix tht cor- rtng of Ibe freedom of the city up- !peal£ins of tie tune necssarv for Unrted States to prepare for full ·nerpation m the -war the premier d that after all her eieraon \mer- at tbe present moment bd not e That was equivalent tc one- fa of tbe fighting strength which MINOR VTFiVN A. "Reciprocal FROT. \ i a txmdon May 24 -- rei-onnoitenng ictivrues yesterday again led U) engagcTieuts at =feveral nomts ^avq tho nfficia staiemfiiit on operation^ OD bo lUu lan Eroist issued from A.iisiro-Hun- garran r^Beral headquarter*? toda Olr TOn, P \ C F B 4 T \ E U ^ « \RV\ IN WITH THF FRAVfT Ma-v 24 -German troops Shortly after 9 ooloch thr efBgr of the lre_^pr Trh ch has been hanging -from the poic for two das collecnnt LOf * J nOTS FN romf for tne bfnefit of Lbe R^d Crowi "War Fund w a palled up high M r_irl B Frvrc super niendt nt of tr*» De Tav or lc id i t i n J ho(t ( f Ui n U i l i K i r i j To niei n uur rt t 1 o \ \ f ^ i i ir lii LL At,tL t t i I L^I on of !o M r 1 f r L ' l m j partmenl rvf ba'elv eeing the UATP hnching imminent rv o thp fire te^s from Hi inn alarm boi nn he cnrrcr T n d ^rni m mirmv for f a m j a rioihblc alarm Be f nrp tbe lernnri \ a DRAFT. \ Kn-ipripn ind d^irr 1 H ooih of ^onn^ll *vilU vi ! .TT Vv^dnf f ^ n \ -TI h thp draf So ·Uann bad ^ ho h truck- on the scone \Vben tbo alirm went Renrijoc cleired Tho ron trucks a clear -.ween of ihp KOHK on th otb^r inew point- Tbe nnl pullfd u p around r n n n Pitrol-Tin ;n TIu* nnjrn^ rortiPi arirarttri HP vnTi report at the lookfd on from mornin f o T-I cts had t e corn I M Tnoi -hu-- r*amp Up nn tlio Lbo iJtirpo*- \ f 4 nr j 1 n^ ; f i r t h \ o u inir*! b or \ t p (rixtc i n r PSI of i h r ^ f n n n v M i -. m i^-r j.r j w d tr^ no.3 ibout ^ o x v r i on be dorks of a rha"n I j / r '··comr 1 to n« rare a ( o n a n i TII n ^ \ m i c pran t b u H I r f n irrordin^ ro an d 011^ \.r her- from a*00 nfflc ' tr ttj « P m jf4! ntrag fnejids '«° e mcd o b* Gv L i Mov Oi arop Sun-lav i o n s i IP l i t II n- Petersburg r d n n aii jf n r pin i nh i l ,tel it t pU i i h r r i n r n i ih \ r } } to h i r^i" 0 dr^f i-»t*n Akron V on anr 4 Mi s it i da\ i s n run tr \--ho \a-- 1 ) ^ boon S IP n r r r \\ orl mg i lino I -I d je^cl \ Jd i-ho fT.ni ITJ addiuon r ai Akro i b\ Ih f r l J n c ? N ilhchn Da vr horn comed ro~tinih I' j ^ -ornx d h u tU -hdr. h ^. P! F OT m ^^ _ (o tn.v losi tboir 1 \nlosne plant 01 ihv V rHvro when three at mi-, wt ro f rod m ni the ^w DSIQ 5 hod r h t m u a l (o · re Tho had received, owing to the jjieen withdrawn and bapse of Etassia. 'he premier's statement abo^it the manne situation were most opti- ilc. He said that in April tbe out- of shrppoBg for tbe flr*^ ume t* ded the tosses, inct- he has tafrcn ofBce nt szad. wtach face the Amer CADS along the I sncre-ssion Tool! sector for st^veral week have I D H Turner expert mirk'Tnan to the bat 'ittenrion of the polic a on other ^t r eeLs Ue area of northern France The-vi w a ( ; a txacted and t h e appeared in the d »tanc« LieutPnan Me Dor a Id came lumbenns np C rasrford avenno a fe^ len^th« behind Patrolm n Ge gor Conncilrran P r ycf with words of encouragement Fhomed to them come on come on hurrr R\ thib tine the rorncr was i lied ·nioi D?v d n \ ed ... l of Pfrrvopohs ba^ vfr^pas arrord ng have been replaced by the dghth Earanar reserves PEEiCE Un^HR HFAOS MISSION TO U S AN A.TL.VNTIC PORT \fay 2-1 -- C U \ R I i srirn r A R iti n TINS T ("bailor ^cb*-l ir wi l CAM to- mgnt for ( imp Mcigs \Va 5 hingion 0 r alter s p ^ r d i i ^ H f j r k u g n at bib home he.r? a£ Bntam and her allies haae had Prmce Arthur of Connatigiit, son of deal w.th two adverse arcuro [ the Du£e of Couaaugbt and Strat- about -* 00 ices- The collapse of Ross 1 a had. h.eam a of enormous help to tbe t-neniy i tune when, the man power of 1 bcBigererrts was almost .it the it of exhaustion The othr aii- » deretosfment wzts unrestricted manne -waiEare, a perfectly uaes- ited proceeding which the Allies no right to expect, even from rreypy in. the "whole tistc ry ol! y. Ire TfmarVed. there was ao ei- former gove-nor general of The kaiser w is let down nd pi u eel Canada and a coTisin or*lunE"Gearr7 t u n d e r arre-,u Tbiee po icu O r^ubcd arrived here toda% f-om an Fnglib^ the i r c r botl " and car ed ll to Lhc pen as nead of a British mis^mn .n P o1 ce station The an-rj mob I jon D i m rs Pi the TjniUd States The nus c ion made the voyage aboard a British cruiaer tll( - ( J crrnai1 its d]· c ;appro^a] of not letl ng miserable aeath b John L D m i n L ttd u * f I ni od Su Jo^pph J Hat i of Mom joiLcd the iiarlQ" « I R T I C I : The prmcc and his parts were meL D fi! m ° c ' er% one of the banks of the . ¥ ,, ^ nrt ,, ^, T ^^^ Assistant Secretary of State LODS . Hed Cross %Var ^ und solicitors to tbe ALL IS READY FOR Colonel E. il House General White, { % t n bnn3 N o a t e m p ^ a violence w * « - i w f . £ v.i GREAT ITALY DAY head o* the Brtubii r^c-uiting mission ra the country Cl \ c Bailey Bnt sh consul general and other American ile of coodoct like that. toyd George read a report he had j and British officials received from tlie admiral tj iu -- to regards the meeting of sremy PARADE PLANNED j that is going on satiafsu*- were made l o \ \ e \ c r 'er » I Tia\ nor nj^tn n n r o\jr ! { t i t ho 'aid somenm., to tl c 1 - ^M j al cfferL, fo- br-fo f 1 v r Tuie* w t had unslu^s , ack^ ani 4 ve^-t, TT.ni.scaU h j c a n i n g fun i r 1 Im? roiis and i sui rasei f r r m the id,gsra 0 ca s 10 a n 1 - gnatcd po' on Lho doct ^e-^r Raw hai O a^c r"O\t-d ^o quie^ 3 no 101 01 c ^ t tb I ^ O ;Ld, n t ConncllsMilc n a com w^a ivt,i* 1 ho r time wo h,td i scc^il -nou iia,a i o r ba^gi s e pi ed p J K ( nt L jro ^\e I si ing uuf ruck I i\a^ i vr t ,'-m b L m ^ im^ i ( . n TV tended our Vn,\ u i r o i z h tl da^k t'-ti.rttd out u i t i t r ciit, u rp^ sn.ep It -·(-( m^d au f t a HI cut 01 a itJe hJiu I- rst \ r * en txi to t) Thou w e go Ocin at O Liu-da'* f rnoon r=; in T do -i mo reader' tie discov 1 bouse INCITED STRIKE Vlleprd iajnc a t G imor mu i-d o tha ne u p'Q'vcd -. (juu m^ co i pao \ccordi n in Labor $r vn i^ho worl ntes isauo i ft^e-ilcd bpon M c- i* ^ ncn -^11 Gimiorp co*£e wo^Ls tvnd hardjcapp ng the C The effigy , placed in cell No 11 na~val staS "was confident that navies -were sinking rao-e Taaderhilt, law and toinraomtv t A paxade of the con nbutors to the nann-es than the enemy wa* able Second Red Cross Wat Pund at Dav tukL As a means of inflicLag in- [son £ncker=o" Run Cast Libert) and the submarine was still lormad- "VancVerbtlt tn Connection w i t h that but as a danger which might f 0 r the diaitee 3 who will ei\e on. n the winning or losing nt tie \iay 29 for Camp Lee w i l l oe give" he declared the Ailies could rule Sa.u-d3y e \ « n m j Ma ; 2j ut Not only were ^abroarnes , i he vanderbut aejeganon wil sunk faster than tbe Germans i f orTn at the Pre^bvterian cb,u ch at On the police docket appears a chan.e 1 against Kai«ei Bill arrested for b-spicion and hinging around B*-m stone corne^ irrected bv McDonald Geiger and Tumor Forfeit refiibed The effi-sy is again airi-m^ in tio col'ection of mone on Brim= cn* corner following out the sentence imposed bv A.]rierrran T- red Mi nk The rnglcader'. in the I nchmg ha~ve not been apprehended b\ the policf PARADE TONIGHT Prominent Mm l \ i ! I Vddicss GaLber- nu r it ( a i u C r T K I ibnirj I a \ a f jllvunfr DtmoastniUon I ver^tLng - 'n r e a d i i t ^ fo-- Lhe bi^ parac f o be hr d tor gh m con nectiou wiLii the c L l c b r a L o n o Etal., Dd\ forma]h opened th T afternoon at _ o clock. The l r ng uf 11 bombs roii M e r v ^ hc'-e groups jf people « *", come ic iov. on*.s theie Lh n ,^ean -, of \i~Jt C!T L^ aulte s ^.nd v ( r waii -- oi a i o uii-e arcLud h -oui,i \ it h e businc ? ^ctiton o tbe pj.\ed su ei-s t len^Ji-, o rsaca 1 ill t jta.s'i^c it U cal'ud worob f } V evidence jnea _,ro a -i ^L a report nai Gu^ more pi e-sKien of f p Gilmore Cut-i, cor panj h i d oro.rc( an ^ia\anco m waccc^ a - u iba he foroir*in A Kc-msor '·e'u^td o coino'^ w u h tno o'-dcj- \ b tb(. reMj'i iha.t the m-M meeting *md ' ui« to Ui* 1 o 40, hold a mimb n Here a_d imbued Crooi suett lis it war, d amed t d D i a l e d aow-n v a r a o Ugh a =4 nail -^cc 10 i 01 ne ide-val ^ 1 1 u. 1-1 1 ..ppo od n ng P K * . I rions ai^ciinh it .t cuon D\ t.r ct n n -,ht a r raide s AL firs iht t W3. s o neu ins of · d bmld them bat the Allie as a le were constructing merchant -, faster than tbe Germans could ·QV them Llovd George gaid be fel* hap- an d will join Dawson Djcker=oi DANCE FORRED CROSS ' r f x f t d s o i Vftiur «n ^frinesda} h n P ans are conpkte for Lhe val! inno uco h bcarmninfe 01 the thnU n Jais lone ·· r u d i c h n be ight parade v, uch w i l l f o i m prom tlv i*. n i ^traugf t o t i r t Ph sr d(.d / c clock m 1 ir-st ^ecocd and Fui d li^hK and ilu q\i f bioken onh tv tne ^ound ot rn u u nr r «.ud dani, B, "0 pounds ot mr-nt a i d o* Run and L i b c r t a t the Da*so- | C TM % bi?nLfi « wee to oe uiven at t h r bridge at 7 o clock pa-adin^ the f " al ° armon on w eilnesdai n ~h« streets of Dawson Dickerson Run ,, ? ' : ' . , a c ° mrnn . e ? ^mpo^^L of strtets \ \ a t Suk and be; in cha g^ ot G i a n d laishj.1 Praiin. J j A rid. tnd A,aiioid.ni Grind MarbtiaK F Uppo Di 1 t l l a V uono lo7£ ( (Tminc -ickcp f e n "i ji ( o n the t0 j-ilcou- m c d i C v i l CAJIII or ir '-cell TV th vi. i ·eeis Eait Liben and \ andcrbi 1 *, aJ'ter than at any t me dui ng the war %hicl a/Idresse^ \ v t l l oe made 05 Ai- the prospects of making th* mo^L tome\ John Dngsan Jr Rev leVivo uve use of the whole force of the of Connel-^vLPe and others on tbe nee Presbyterian church lawn at \ andc 1 "'e arc still dealing with a rutn- bait MILSIC wi 1 ! be furnished iy tbe Prussian despotism tbat s out Y M C V. band of Dickerson Run s Tm-so BLilaucci and Robino ' ca-rnd m oui paci s )o-,in lo pu 1 Prest a j the bilmy air oiigh out t n e pe Tb parade will disband at tbe L ir «.pird,tion 111 gentlj I n n i n g st-ean ncgie I ree Library groi nds w n e r t lot« and the stn^nc ind w h i l i ^ tht f o l l o w i n g bi caktrs w i l l t-^drc^ 1 - lhaL \ v n r L li arri v. hi n «·_ ni st c U be ciov,d f r o m in dltn ol unon o i t rf Ih** c i t v pi opt r Mopped M i "retted foi the occa ion Majoi lobn m u r b of p o e-. c x p i p *,rd u t;orou L-i ow tx^ P^ 1 riiscv A ht j\ som\.hot^ L n n udnolt. tar in o aa Iunder loot and pillige* ho taid a'tes restrain them ju»t a little as in the day* of Belgium They 3t intend to bring the war to an mtil their basket is a*, full a- it lold and a Connellsvil c baud. PROLIFIC LETTER WRITER ! Total oi 5b Mjssncs Kccened in Tlirec Roberi \dams Ben \IUlei Kai Goodwin aud b \ Marslill the nrocecrlh j of vrh'c 1 " d"i to go o the Red tros- I During the \ e n i n g i r our mmntc talk -will be miat bv Attorn^ John D iggar sonaiur Y 1 Uow t Du 0 gan J*- and so o- v,il[ be g i x t n gi ri{ 5 l 5man Bruce I SLcrl 115 A.I Lj Mi'-? M r\ McConnell and Jobn John Di ggan j.nd Rev Timer Hen" c nm Jtd tn I Da\j a There \ 11 be no osbcssmcut D c \ i ; o of bt Rui s Oatiohc cliurch j . 101 solaiers m uniform J rn d Rev De\ vo w i l l speak n Italian ^TTTW r* rbirmaTrTx ^/% 5^^111^11 Kurtz J L Scbick and T J Hooper -Utei al expenses m connection w u h tHlLD BUKrlljD 10 D b A i H aie patrons o' ihe dance an 1 \U^ r h n parade ate pu the rema arler of Josephine R e d \Tr^ Charles David 5-300 eoiletwd toi that ptixyr E if w i l l bor and Dr Katharine \\aketield pa- , oc t u r n ( d over to tlie Red Cross WILLARDJHJEVED \\itt ^n LoD^pr Head 0, A 0. Sjsl^m, RJ^L, 01 f. K It« l»Of ^ VIo. Dravil V\ Uaii prestden.. of the Bal tinio e C O 1 " o Ra l^oao co-rinan'v an1 Sanme Rei p - i d t u t uf the Penn e-\ 'v nia «rv ^ u m h a \ e been rHjeven b\ D i r t t oj Geneva! M^Vdoo of a 1 co n e t t TD \ \ i t b the ore r ajn-, "pirt mr*n s it tbt r rod.d c \JL-\doo has no Lifltd t i c h n d« oi Ui b\s en nov, under i-.dc 1 con rol i 1 " i t e«r -»e i- I L I S i^f ro longer equmrt Wh i lilt e 1 - n a\ e as ig-^ed to thi h f a c s 01 JIP B^ltirroie CL Ohio and Pe-un^lvan i ssn.ns ha» -Ot. been a n a o n K i on t ' = v i H li j.or"' o^ ( u c lop n i l I j ( r 0 ^ 0 UT- i » i d u * J 5 i ni? j \ ( j o f om team f T p i n a noon to 1^\ i pp j tne 11 iiiou oi 1' 'too ail j no \ a ni or ncre mr --t 3 b^ \Ion l i t en nj, 1= being r i r c i i c v c a u t . a o \\ i p n f n i n ih ^ s ci- f f f fo lac i i i a - d c i of b^ d i to j i -\i L i ^hr^jti.., 01 tin cn\ an-L \ i c bcM i ih'' ro n n \ ^ Is ji J)^ 1 rcixrt 1 - \\i_rp ins. ma/jc- i "· hr noon o ano Uie o uf d a no go o\er Z2 d(W Fhrn T a p a i n ^ \ d-id Down beg n to 1 in r o" ibs nr i plare A. i u t i d r - c v c i - ara Ji 43\ ( n % Oiw L ^Dd fiuall"* i h o t r t f e i ihe "^o i. JTI ·'l^io ?4 rrx - w t aridtd \\ n n on' a fci w b c u and in £0 to r c j f b rh^ n oia ' ' m a n Pi c f ad-dcd $2 W» h ^ ' and K ' u a r ^ do ig Ji* 1 I P To 20 o \ t ~ hf op M tfo ^ » wa= reQ T ii cd a p an f ade- said ic r ce pt^ -om j tbt banging 01 K.2j-e Bill w c u l n j make up ^c --55 6 r ) Joa\in 0 on! -^1- Oft) to go ' B^ this i me here ^a? no c topp n? and a \i£geston ihat the nstn ? ion^ ^om^e ^ e bid n t h e o t b t i ^ l i ^vi- Liker up tG^^i t n T n p)crL,od hi o o] =;_ ! i_-Hh mal rs 1 Hu and total of -i 4 i o ^.a'-·^ai^bel epc'-icd that .he Lon' ne KM !e ITOL \ \ o i k tnc ^ ou^c t.on si JUJQU con pa^j =na J2c \ ci Pen i R~ w a \ ^ carpec n r w e H pel ti m i co ii b.* ns ^-i GU.U icam icpoi ed iba.. J.e enure aTM^ount n he fen un of tie -\j i lan of Jie Gei man b^de'' n-n/ wa cor r bu cd I' u * nnouac xi h ^ t a r i Lngcr^eiit^ wou Q c i at*e *or a nis; parade LO be neld "Siond^ e \ t _ : ng o ccicora c h e c!r " of t b e d \ c Thc pa-adt \ I al c o be a bt.iidoff foi ie d r aftec n_en lea. ~ g heie ^ edrL~.cav raorn n 0 T c Vs d nne" of the c a n v a s n£ team nh n oie nal report* w i l l bu i cf \ed \Mll be 1 e'd o~ ^ ondsi- e\e- r ", il he Miso'-ic te np!e Cnnnujii e w b ch na : p ^ s c d ttc r f] 1012*^ m he K^d Cross \\p*Funi c n i e t,rg Q not o -» L op ^oii DL to iDirea e be ^xouiu a - ^ot£ to fc^m b\ d^ niiE-\ dollars a,- po-^u*lo Rural co^ n u n ^ in the Fi tc coun \ chapter a j HOT be jnm T^ o pa.sa tbej q ota DU he IJ no* n *iovn t i c Count 13 \ i l i Ma * n ne oranche-. m h LABOR CELEBRATION OFF Ui l ou TO Mouths From f arl Keir. _ a letter w n t e r to the folks back KILT GURD PiKLS. home Carl K e-r, son of Mrs M H RIS May 24 --An Amenc m es- K e r r of f^st Fra^cls avenue 1-olut a lie composed ot aviators (hosen hlgb place alr , ong the bo)s ^,3, i,a.\e among the best 4.mencaa pilot= sone ou trom Conuclls^ille fainco ·· mure will help to deiend Pans ae left t h r e o ,,«, lths ago ^7 letters st enemr air raids Offer of tliisi an( ] jg postcards ha\e been recened waa madfr spontaneously T y the | f r o m jjiro of the American aviation service K e rr i» located at Camp Jo^pli r. iccepted by the French govern Johnston Jacksomillp r'la He is now studving -veterinary surgerv official announcement sajs the I Having *een about hoi-ses all his life lean offer was made after i Ger nt is believed he will easilv qualify air raid ;ome time ago 1 wai ' for tkis important branch of the ser- sed to organize an AmTican I \ ice nlle especially detailed to de the French capital Pin il ments v, e*"e concjuded todaj tronesbo CABBAGE PLANTS HERE BBtWJCKT 10(1 I'tH ( r N T . it! ^ a r Garden (omimttee's ^to \\ cimer store Increased Cabbage and peppet plan s |ha%e been added Lo the supph en bale by the "^ ar GT. dens Con?ini tec tlie store of Peier R -Ueiniei i P i ^ t iesleu] ' l Cra\\fcrd avenue it was announced, j todav There are still thousands of tomato plant 1 :; for sale ONE MAN REFUSES l i e n flan at r^ittsbnnr Hunt tribiiitb l)n*s Ha^ei. Tbe emplovei, oL t ie Pittshurg Duncan ' Brew ing tompan\ came aci ost, TOO aft ei noo pe cent, blron^ ot the Roc! L-ros^ was r"-i o War Fund Thc pUmt was canvassed pi al ^ ( nspaptrx in M l t \ »f hoi t t r Hi hi KespoiiMbl \\beu his loilnng ig^ittd lorn a fiu n the al L\ back of h ^ nome i Trottei Ki ,1 oseph Dti u a n h u e \earb 11 nion hs void _S dais old on \ faon of Fiiv J U j.nd M \i\ bv ilex B Hoed The lowcs- amount ron nbuted the basis o r a dav s wagis. was $4 n c lo as f i u l h o u n n d MSI bou 1 o c l r t "* e i d 10 b r ""otta be (U d Lu i n Ui bo 1\ · mo IT* trail m in Sejttemhtr ( ant i h i d HetJiUM oi Mnu ShorUwn. [ Fcuiii 1 - 11 the icarctt 1 - of .ib i- I ind he tltjnaad for the men a v a i l i b c the I ' ! i donion^t auon pi inntd for L t i n e l l s M l U on Uibo J^i b*-* 5 been ! ixille1 ofi Votion to tln^ effoLL ua.s tt tn at J meeuna ol no Icntr-'} I n d e a ind I tbm C o a i c i of C o n n e l N M l ' e li--i e\enin^ The celeb anon for liiib ^eii « a b u n t n l Com Lll^-Ai ]e bv the Trj f o i n i \ i o d n i t o n It ] tonsidtrfd C / proliah c t rt w i l l IP no for nil ob L j ^er\ i m o of ihe da\ n J alette counts tb s ·veat count\ t J pin a- L s I hard at uorL to u pat« ^t i quo is The H C P it*- conipanT as n. cor- p-)-"iic,n IMS g TCI 10 th" \\ aj Pund h^oii^h he ^ a v c t r cou"t (haptei, S3o i j This ar^ouDce rent \\ab niaac at a meeunp- o the rxecu \" co u n i t it, w i t i *ic L n i o L t o - v c cam pa. gn o i TI lee at bat plate \A . -igh \\orkers ue i e q j e ted no o i sk u m u n because of tbe 1 ir^e F- en. t o '-ih icn h u t to oou )k h e n efforts aur^ jAcwjsc doub e Ji^ coiin^ s H ( r r r P Dm a on cha rraan of the \ \ a r ( o u n t i l in iiisw LO ihe quc · uon loj^cd b\ o u- L i^pt ^ ^ h i t i t ^ L i e d e d UK n ijuota lo. e L h i l u c slatL lit | not tin -, it i 10OC JlV- Anstnan defers Losmc lob at Dun. hllLtD I fKVXnsi bar lo Helpine Red Cross. S H1NGTON May 24-The army | Tbe only man emp.oved m the Urrec tty Ikt today contained 44 aames, mines of hr \mentan Man^nese d a s ' o ' l o ^ s Killed m ..ction ManufactDnng companv at Dunbar, person ° .nterested died of wounds nine d e d of who refused to contribute to the rted'p rescnt His, tour died of diseas 10 i Cro«s U ar Fund -vao an \ustnan Joe j led severelv 16 wounded -.light thea I Rather than subscribe he quit his Makt Surgical Dressings. The btirgical diessmgs class o r Via- derbi't met TUiirsdaj evening in he Jr 0 U A M hall Twen y five pei sons were pi esent Prank Crow of Unioatown ga\ instructions \bout 7o pads were n ade bv hose p-tsenu mee in r en ng Max 31 'equt-sitru LD ue j lltrUs ( mtrllnile ^\Vben appioiched by a uonan can vasbei t i o m tne. Baltiuio"^ L Ohio lailroad olf c a n n m b e i ol T u i k b emoloved tij the compo.nv and '-esid nig in i imp eais nea th shop^ ic sponued w th a lonation oi ^^0 foi the Red Cio^s \tui u u U U E U OUliUeLJ ( .t 7 o clock aud al 1 1 are requested to be ! I Among the killed m tction t the. name o£ Corporal k ot Ptttbburg C job \S O t F IN R\rO t A R IFS. DON Mav 24--"^s a res jl of carried out b tbe enenf ves north of HiU 70 (north of a few of our men are mis-jins \(ttt d Tenor I)ie. \KRON 0 \la -M--H b\ans \Vil- bains no'cd teroi died ihi* morning at he citi to pital after iHues, oC a week Bolnia H a n t s laps 1OMX\ Ma ~4 -- \ Boliyian am has^ado 1 * Muno Reve;, has a r n v r r i j ^poaks it Hjfrli School. 5 in Tokto to a r - angp foi lapaaosr rmi i Di Robert ( )Opei of the I tiner gration on a UTP scale foi Bolma ' = i n of Pn «sh«r? spoke during ('lape 'sa'vs a djspa ch f r om Tokio o the rxern^es a-f ibe high -(..hool ibia -norn [DaiU MaaJ ,1ns . Prob iM'v c h o w c r tonight and Saf urdai \varnici Saturdaj s the noon weithct foiecist foi Ucs'ern Ftnu- Tfmperaturc jRptoril to IH uai or^ f I u inal Dm CD i 1 Sladei icd p r t p a u d 1 )i I una l a t e r i v* i" I ken (o li D u n c a n hon f roin \ li t. t t. f u i t n ! \vi bL hold \ J o u d i j mo i m it s i o t l o c s At J o clock ujuiein lilt,!! ma-s w i l l be rultbratOf a ib Iru i i r u U t Con cept on c h ^ i c i I ate m ^ n i u "- Joseph v ccmeten /- 'sorTi, old io\\ pi.pt.rfa ^ t i u Lt-io^, burned bv soni j i-, n n th-t n j i borbood and v,h li tlit en tun sn_t.L c b i i n o u n d ng lie 1 11 ing n b Jn i cau rbi d a.r not k n o w n L i bt Ue\ cd ht, went oo e tr the 1m bi-! ciotl ing ign Li g ' l i tincle Pa rick j jD^e'ah Duncan -\i d hi 1 - vunv Mi i Clite Rarmo d ol L o i U ' J SM! \\bo \vi- at e Duic in borne sticceedrd ix- . ^Uingui lung thp flara a 1 it aoi u fore bis boiiy \\at, radK bu c j SCOTCDALEJ-IREMEN Vt 11 Tar i If Mns l u n n u an! Pake ai until Inn frtK-essjon. in Sr l i l tlio l *1 n i c -' Mci her^ f C S f o t d i l c n i c f p a r t r r o a t ^ 1! metH il i^ e t n i n q ; i f -4 o clocl t tho J i n u ^ h 1 11 cling 10 nk part in h ji u i*-uc an IP Ml imml ^rs re uigcd t be on hand wea*- n ft jlark u i n f D i ni \t tho rog ilai n i e r u n - on r u r s j i \ c\ r i n g L "3^ ^oIpd n t mi out u n±, io ! o d ' ui then t b s o n a n L e of i DOWNS STILL IN LOCKUP \ hania Maiimum "Minimum Mean Tbe \oussh n i e r ''ell _ 75 n fi during b" the J in OpsiroTs Ttpple. j""ire origin Hsnp, f i r m t h e ^pirk o! a d i r k p v n n* i t rn pip eh de-iti rv\ ed the bis wooden t i p p l e of ibi \ ^ 1 mine of tJso It ( F i r \ Coke °"t pa" np^pssi-at ng thf 1 huti nq down ol t i e night from 3 % feet o 3 60 fert |S(i(!alis| ttniu i l H t l ( n i i l \rrnal t\ I Orhu r rrnni I Hi ) nrp:, i irnc l^oi 1 - n 1 - a j re ed eai U i b s v n k In nnk im i i i e n n p s aga n t b o F i d ~r is '-ill n i se lockup \n o t j c p j t ) br *-i n) 1^1 e bv he \ n t p i ^ t j r D i = t i i ! A i i o - n p i of n i Pin^Mirg hi not \ e armed J D o w n s w i l l be take" to Putsbur*' the M a i I i ud a-* to \ l u J i e i ibej should co*~ iiiuc. i Jmir *oj ciung or f u n t i --Lbsu pi on r c p h t d iha f UK to am o be can paigu to ··aj t * j ^ ( M j f j uj., -ujoj ed JD. i. IP t a i l pai ol LiiL \ t a i u n d t i inihuiry i o c it jn-, Jn i i t. n^ ,\ i tj l ji i ]t ] ca i b j h campus i w o u l d v e (11 aa on n tbi u i -\ or * ar r M a i c h If ( K pio rt in loi Hit J cd (. ro^ cam- pa ~, i \ \ o u l b*.. 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