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-'SATURDAY, 'MAX 25, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILlX PA. PAGE FIVE. Miss Emma Grayce Dunn was hostess at the regular meeting of the T. C. T. Fancywork club last evening at her home in Ogden street. Twelve members were present and spent the evening at knitting and fancywork. Refreshments were served. Miss Jean Morris will entertain the club Friday evening, June 7, at her home in East Crawford avenue. George Rudolph was tendered a surprise party last night at his home in Vine street in honor of his 21st birthday. The affair was planned by his high school friends and a very enjoyable evening was- spent at music 'and various games. Refreshments were served. The Knit and Win Unit to the Charleston Comforts branch of the Navy League will meet Monday night at the home of Mrs. Mattie Richter in Crawford avenue. West Side. The Young Women's Mission Guild of the First Baptist church will meet Tuesday night at 7.45 In the church chapel. The program is in charge of Hiss Ruth Robinson. Special music will be arranged by Miss 'Dorothy Jackson. James O'Donovan, son of Alderman Eugene O'Donovan, will graduate in dentistry Thursday £rom the University of Pittsburg. . Mrs. Paul G. Dick gave a chain party yesterday afternoon for the benefit of the building fund of the Trinity Episcopal church. There was- a large attendance and a nice sum was realized. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Greaves will entertain at their home at Dunbar, 'the proceeds to be for the 'same cause. A silver offering will be taken. All are invited. Mrs. E. E. Henderson delightfully entertained the'Busy Twelve club last evening at her home in Snyder street. Nine members and one guest 'were present. Knitting and - crocheting were the amusements. Delicious refreshments were served. At the open meeting of the Woman's Culture club to be held Monday after- loon at the Red Cross headquarters .n the old high school building, Mrs. W. 0. Schoonover will submit a re- xnt of the biennial convention of the jjeneral Federation of Women's clubs icld recently in Hot Springs, Ark. At he last annual business meeting of he Woman's Culture club, the mern- ers decided to dispense with the an- iml reception on account of war work aid meet at the Red Cross beadTiuar- ers. All-departments of the Red Iross will irork together on that day, Jid all persons interested in tbe work .re invited, to attend. Miss Elizabeth : Iae Brown has arranged for a de- ightful musical program. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of the A. 0. t. will meet tomorrow afternoon in 20 parochial hall. Raymond N. Thorne and Frances M. esseck, both of Connellsville, took at a marriage license today in Un- mtown. CANVASSERS AIM TO DOUBLE LOCAL QUOTA BY MONDAY Continued from Par* On*, to a canvassing team, appeared at the Red Cross headquarters this morning and paid $20 cash. Reports from the country districts are that there is some misunderstanding as to the use of the 25 per cent of the contributions which is retained by the county chapter for its work here. Three-fourths of the money collected goes to the boys over there and tho remaining fourth is retained in tie district from which it is solicited. The money is not used for the payment of any official salaries but goes for the purchase of material for gowns, bed clothes, surgical bandages, wipes, yarn for' sweaters, helmets and socks and the many other things which are made by free labor contributed to the Red Cross by its memlers. The finished articles are then sent overseas for use. A donation of J25 was yesterday made to the Red Cross by the Pi Eta Phi club, formed of girls of the^city. The money had originally been earned for financing a war garden but the club decided it would be put to better use in the Red Cross. SOLDIERS WANT BOOKS C«nsfi(rie library Xmnasemont Calls lor Supply for Jlartleton, The. soldiers at the United States hospital at Markleton want books and magazines. The Carnegie Free Library has three boxes containing 400 books now on the way to Markleton, but magazines are badly- needed. It is planned to make a shipment of magazines every week. Monthlies such as Harpers, Century, Atlantic, Everybody's, American and weeklies Literary Digest, Saturday Evening Post, Scientific American, Life, are especially desired. No weekly over a week old and no monthly over a month old will be sent. The June monthlies are now being received m town and everybody should be through with their May numbers. I£ these are brought to the library with this week's weeklies, the library management will see that they are sent to Markleton on Thursday. This call has come to the Connellsville library as the nearest library to Markleton. It is hoped that the response made by the people will be very generous every week. The prlvilge of supplying books and current periodicals to the-Markleton hospital has been given to Connellsville (and if the nnmber supplied every j week is not great enough, some other town will be given the opportunity. MORE mi WITH KAISER Is Carried Throosli Streets and Theatres by Funeral Party. John F. Collins and Frank Sweeney with the aid of the Connellsville Military band created a lot of amusement In the theatres and on the streets last night by staging a funeral procession with the effigy of Kaiser Bill as the corpse. ._, ., , c. ,, ,, ,j · ,. With the band playing the effigy Attorney and Mrs. S. R. Goldsmith j was carried £hrollgh the streets and ^spending the day in Pittsburg. . t s catres to e Ereat amusement The best place to shop atter all OI ^ okers . rownell Shoe Co.--Adr. ( i C. A. Noonan of Danville, 111., is. siting his mother, Mrs. Harriet oonaiu He was called here by the lath of his uncle, Frank No*man. Decoration Day passenger service i the Indian Creek Valley Railway, wo round trips, giving the public an portunity ot spending the day in e mountain.--Adv-24-2t. Women--Have yon seen Downs loe Store's $4 pumps and tan lace rfords at $5 yet? They are worth I Eee that all alien women report be- hile your consideration.--Adv.-22-4t. Uveen June 17 and June 26. Mrs. Paul G. Dick and family will ave Tuesday for Camp Custer, Eal- PERSONAL. WOMEN ALIENS REGISTER Females UHll Tieport nt CHj Ban Bc- .tween Jnne 13 and 23. German alien females will register in Connellsville at the City Hall beginning June 17, between 6 A, M, and S P. M. Orders were received by Chief of Police W. B. Bowers this morning to ; Creek, Mich., to spend the summer .th the former's husband, Lieuten- :t Dick, who is stationed there. Don't be a ready-made man when u can get a cracker-jack suit to ur measure at the price of a hands-down. Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. Miss Florence Buttermore, a stu- t at the University of Pittsburg, is ending the week-end with her parts, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Buttermore East Crawford avenue. Miss Agnes O'Donovan of the West le is spending the day in Pittsburg. Mid-summer showing of Leghorn, laa and white hats. Special dis- ly of sport and country club hats; ge^and Ca»tle hats shown, p. A. :Farland, 111 '(Vest Apple street. e-fourth off on all early season a.--Adv.-21-5t. lev. Father William McCasbin re- ned to Burgettstown yesterday af- a visit with hii parents, Mr. and 5. William McCashin. )owns' Shoe Store is showing the- ;st and most attractive patent and 1 pumps in high and low heels, h silver plates at 54, that are be- Ilonip From Cnmp. Joseph Buttermore and Bernard O'Connor of Field Medical Supply Unit No. 4, Newport News, Va., arrived her^ this morning on furloughs. "Joe" is a son of Mr. and .Mrs. J. J. Buttermore o-I Bast Crawford avenue, and O'Connor a son of Contractor and Mrs. Bernard O'Connor of the West Side. Water to !)C OH. On account of the repairs to be made at the Connellsville Water company's pumping station, supplying water in the high points in the city, the wator will be off from 10 o'clock tonight until 6 o'clock tomorrow morning. Military Hand to Parade. Members of the Connellsviile Military band are requested by Director John E. Caster to report at the band rooms at the City Hall on Monday evening at 7 o'clock in green uniforms to take pan in the. Red Cross parade. " First Child Is Born. - An eight pound baby boy, ,the first shown in town. See them before child in the family In seven years, was i buy.--Adv.-22-!t. I born this moraing to i(r. and Mrs. Irs. Frank Bailey of Ohiopyle was Anthony Cuneo. Mrs. Cuneo will be remembered as Leona Ferrari o! guest ot her mother, Mrs. A. J. born yesterday. end the Daily Courier to your boy the army. Call at the Courier of- aad leave his address. Hate 5Dc month.--Adv. lasslfled ads cost only le a word. Sowerset Boy lost. harles R. Moore of Somerset, lost life in the sinking of the American Leisenring, before her marriage. Council Great Attraction. The sum of ?300.11 was received last night by the persons in charge of the Zachariah Conuell side show laj Crawford avenue for the Red Cross. 1 Has Spotted Ferer. Richard Rutter of Pittsburg, a former William Rockefeller, recently i mer well known resident of the West edoel in the war zone. Moore; Side, is 111 of spotted fever in the a water tender. Municipal hospital, Pittr.burg. Special Duce Xondar t Jacques. Markell Hall. Kiterli's .--Adr.--S4-3*- If TOD ITant Something Advertise for it In our classified column. One cent :i wor*. · ANCIENT AND MODERN WAR Idle to Make Comparivon. a* to tho Courage Required by the Soldiers of the Period. Much IB written of the terrors of modern war. Little is written of the terrors of the wars of old. Yet It doubtful If war today makes greater demand* on human 'courage than war In the time of Grant, of Washington, of Turenne, of Caesar, of Alexander. Consider a stand-up infantry fight In the days of tbe revolution. After the preliminary cannonade and long- distance musketry practice, the two regiments marched toward each, other Jn close ranks. At a given distance, frequently at thirty yards, there was a halt, a smashing volley, and then a bayonet charge through, the smoke. Bullets those dayis were large and of soft lead, and the man who was hit went down. Orer him tramped his comrades or tbe enumy. shooting and ·tabbing. That was the type of Infantry battles for 150 years. To minimize the courage needed to make a good soldier under such circumstances Is to fly in the face of common sense. Modern war requires a different type of courage from that needed, of old. The old touch of elbows la lack- Ing. The old feeling of companionship IB gone. The modern soldier must be more alert, bettor taught, keener wilted than the olden soldier of equal value. But It does not follow that tbe modern soldier Is the braver man. The nan who fought at the "blood- anglee" of Chlckamauga and Spottsyl- vanla, at Bunker Hill and Ortskany, at Rlvolt, Zorndorf and Mflplaqnet, bad no need to learn heroism In any modern school. U was there already. HELPLESS WITHOUT THE DOG ·evmingly Owner of COWB Had Not Thought That He Himself Might Go After Them. An Atlanta man tells of an amusing experience be had In a mountainous region In a aouthwectern state, where the inhabitant* are notoriously shift- lees. Arriving at a dilapidated shanty at the noon hour, he inquired as to the prospect for getting dinner. The head of the family, who had been "resting" on a fallen tree in front of his dwelling, made reply to the effect that he "guessed ma'd hev snthln' onto the table putty Boon." With this encouragement the traveler dismounted. To his chagrin, however, he soon discovered that the food set before him was such that he could not possibly "make a meal." He made such excuses as ho could for his lack of appetite, and finally bethought himself of a kind of nourishment which he might venture to take and which was sure to be found fn any locality. He asked for some milk. "Don't have milk no more," said the head of the pluce. "The dawg's dead." "The dog!" cried tbe etrnnger. "What on earth has the dog to do with itr "Well," explained his host medita- -ively, "them cows don't seem to know nough to come up an' be milked their elves. The dog, he used to go fc :m an' fetch 'em up."--Lippincott's. MOOSE 3EEWORIAL SERVICES. Lodpc Has Arranged Program for Tomorrow. Memorial services of the Vanderbill Lodge No. 32, Loyal Order of Moose, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. There are eleven deceased members of the lodge. Rev. Father E. A. Glennon will make the address., The deceased members of the lodge are: T. E. Parker, William Golden, Fred Krouse, B. B. Bates, Edward Snider. Domonick Pisconeri, Elton Douglass, Joe Ober, W. H. Culler, Frank Bolash and Harry L. Klingensmith. Kotice. On account ot making repairs at our pumping station water service supplying the high points in the city will be off from .'.0 P. M. tonight to 6 A. M. Sunday. Connellsville Water Company.--Adv.--25-lt. 3Irs. ITcff Mo-rinp. Mrs. Anna M. Neff will move June T 5 from her present home on the "West Side to the Zufall property at Arch- street and Porter avenue. -IVantaL Ash handlers at "West Penn Power Company. One-halt cent per cubic foot for loading.--Adv.-S5-lt. t If Yon Arc Hunting Bargain Read the advertising columns of The Daily Courier. You wjll find them. MBS. MARY MARGARET SHAFFER. ...^Following a lingering illness, Mrs. Mary Margaret Shaffer, 82 years old, a well known resident ol Connellsville, died this morning at 1.15 o'clock at her home. No. 508 Johnston avenue. She had been ill for 11 weeks. Funeral Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family residence, wlli Rev. Wilbur Nelson, pastor of the First Baptist cliurch, officiating. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. -Deceased was born near Uniontown, a daughter of the late Hamil and Margaret Minor. She spent her girlhood days in that community. She was married to Henry Shaffer and a part of their early married life was spent on the Jesse Morris farm in Dunbar township. Later Mr. Shaffer bought a farm in the same township, residing there with his family for 18 years. After disposing of his farm to the H. C. Frick Coke company Mr. Shaffer and family moved to Johnston aveuue, Connellsville, 17 years ago. Mr. Shaffer died a number of years ago. Mi's. Shaffer was a member of the First Baptist church and was favorably known. She was the mother of four children, three surviving as follows: M. H. Shaffer-and H. B. Shaffer of Connellsville and G. W. Shaffer of Greensburg. Twelve grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren also survive. MORRELL BOY WRITES INTERESTINGLY OF VOYAGE OVERSEAS Saw a TVhalc, Sick Pocfetaller Says, But Submarines Were Con. splcnous by Absence. InteresUn-g incidents- of -his trip across the Atlantic are related by Nick 'F. Pockstaller, of Battery b, 56th Coast Artillery, in a letter from overseas to 'his mother, Mrs. William Pockstaller of Moi-rell. He says: "We left in the morning and had to stay in quarters until we passed a certain point and then we were allowed to go up on the top deck. , The sea is very calm so I am not' seasick from, being rocked about on the water. We had a. fire drill today and every man was out of quarters and on the top deck in 10 minutes. "I saw one o£ the biggest fish, it was a whalo. We are all having a I flaa time. The band plays and we enjoy ourselves on board ship. Am traveling second class and on a very fast boat, but there is nothing to sec but sky and water. The second day.--Had a good night's sleep, having gone to bed at 10 o'clocK and never know a thing until I was called tile nest day. The sea is getting rough today but I am sUH well. We passed three strips today but could not tell tbe names of them so far away. They were- going towards horn*. "We had another fire drill and the gun crew had target practice.. It would almost lift your hat when fc they fired those guns. I was put on guard, relieving a. man at 5 o'clock in the morning, keeping everyone off the deck except the crew. Third day.--"Had another good night's sleep. Today the sea is very rough, the boat is rocking too much for some of the men. There are lots of them seasick and I am slowly falling myself. Jt is also raining, so I am staving In quarters today. "This fourth day I went to mass and communion. The boat is stiil rocking on the same rough sea but we are just about used to it now. · Another snip went bailing towards home today but the name could not be distinguished. We all signed the payroll but I don't Jmow when we are going to get paid. Chicken for dinner today. "Five days and all's well with the ship, but the sea is on a rampage. The boys are a HUle blue today; I wonder why; I am still 'on top,' bat I think I will come down to see the other boys pretty soon. Passed another homeward bound ship but. can't tell you the name .of it. "Sil days out and the sea is bettor and so are the boys. No one has been 'able to see land as yet but they say we aren't far trom it The band played tor ua in the afternoon. We are still enjoying ourselves, although we are tired of looking at nothing but water. "On the seventh day we were near land. We passed lots of ships anil two airplanes, band came in sight at 5 o'clock. I met Jimmie LaPort the next morning and we talked about Connellsville till 10 o'clock. We bit dock at 7 P. M. and embarked at 7 tile next morning. This is my whole trip. I enjoyed it very -much. "NICK F. POCKSTALbERS, "Battery D, 56th Coast Artillery." CLASSBANQUETS Seniors of Junbar Tonnship School Cuests ut Pleasant Affair. The Sopbomore class oE the Dunbar township high school gave a banquet in the higli school gymnasium on p'riday cveniug in honor of the members of the senior class. The gymnasium was very beautifully decorated in green and .white, the senior class colors. Alter ihe banquet Aloi Easton acted as toastmaster and called in Nelson Schourfield, president of tho Sophomore class, who spoke on "Our Near Friends--the Guests." The next speaker was Nelle Burns, of tbe sen- io; p riSB, who spofce on "Our Defenders. Toasts were also given by the following: Igor Ma-tsko, Joseph Meily, Esther Johnson, Ruth Newmyer, John Senor and Carrie Arison. Patronize those who advertise. 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