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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, MAY 31. 191s · _ - , -Miss Mary Kate O'Bryon has re' signed as society editor o£ The Herald -and The- G(mus, Uniontown for the duratloji of the war, leaving last night ·" · - for'Camp Ateade~to become · director of the, cafeteria there lor the_Young ...... 'Wbmen's Christian "Association. - of the Christ an Sunday school- will meet tonight at ~Tlie~nonie of Mrs. F.T2. YouriMn. members aro invited. All A number of her little friends gath- ~ered at the home of Prances Ruth Rishebegar on Tuesday afternoon in honor of her firthday. A very pleasant afternoon was spent by the little _ tots, .after which refreshments were -- served." Sm.dl silk American flags : - were given » favors.- -Those present ;.-, wore: '.JLeona ana Elsie Bitner, Elsie, -' " " Glidys and Wlnur Leasher, Evelyn f 'NH*low, Bay StouHer, Er'-' nia.rHarris,'".. JT-'Harold Bitner, John *'"1J" Praiete Ruth TUshebegar, Miss aha' Mrs. J. it HalflulL arrived here today by automobile for a visit at the home of Mr. Rauchnan's brother, J. "W. Raudman, in Morrell avenue, Greenwood. Mrs. J. C. McCormick and son, Charles Howard, of Aetna street, are visiting at the home of the former's brother, Fred Howard at Freedom, Pa. For 18 ytars I have been making quality clothes for the best dressers o' town and they keep coming Eor more. "Why ? Dave Cohen, Tailor. --Adv. iir. and Mrs. Michael Adams of Mc~ Keesnort, and Roy Adams ot Somerset, were among the out-of-town persons here for the funeial of Walter J. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. \JJaymond Trout of A TRRILLING APPEAL TO PATRIOTISM IS MADE BY "WAKE UP, AMERICA" The Illustrated Lecture to Tic Ciren Tree in Hiirli School Amlitorinia Monday Afternoon and Ei cuing. Conncllsville people who imagine that the United States is m no real danger from Germany, will be radely awakened to a realization of our national penj it they hear the great pat- rif ,: ar li Tiotic war lecture. "Wake Up, America," which is to bo given at the high school auditorium. Monday. June 3, at 3 and 8 o'clock P. 'M. i This lecture is to be given under the auspices of the Red Cross jnd the Navy League, progressive patriotic organizations of which Connellsville is proud. This lecture shows in a most effective way the terrible features of the world conflict and tlie menace it holds for America, being profusely illustrated by stereopticon slides and moving pictures, many of which are taken right on the Held o t j battle. Ruined Belgium and dosolat-j piLin[ul con- Scottdale, were the guests of Mrs. tract to scenes o£ neacelul i n d u s t r v Trout's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ( [ n Qur Qwn COUIltr] The paLU ot tho ·~ AiBMHixieemefit has ~ been made of _ - Jh«~ mirrjago of Miss Edna Means. "- .'·'.d»iig^ter- of Mrr and Mrs. Michael ~ ;3*e«i»'of-Colspring, -and Robert Hol- 1.1an(Lldt.' Mount" praddock, solemnized lastrmtlay io^Oakrand^JId. For sev- ' era! "years, Mr. Holland and tes bride ·were teachers in the .North Union township schools, tne formes being --principal-of lha Hoywood schools. Mr. "--""Hollwid Vas among the draftees who left this^weei for Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. - '·"-" -A pretty wedding was that of Miss Verna Blanche Cunningham, daughter of Mrs. Mary Cunningham of Obio- pyle, and, Frederick Carl Diedertchs of Jefferson township, solemnized on .-^Tuesday eveauns at 9 o'clock: at the home" of Mr. and Mrs. William Gaskell lu "-Jefferson." township. Dr. Wilson of tte Redstone Presbyterian church-officiated, using the ring ceremony. There were no attendants. The; -bride -wore -^ orgmndy;_ dress, a handsome · whits hand embrofdered.- Only -the members of the two families- and, a few intimate friends _ of ths bride and bridegroom were included in the guest list Following the ceremony a prettily appointed wedding ,, w ,n-« supp«r~was"served. The bride, who Sergeant Bass Writes IE on* ot the best known young women I In a letter to The C*" 1 "" f of Obiopyle, for the past two years Fred Bass of the 273th Semi Penrod of Ninth, street, Greenwood, ^·estexday. For tie best and cheapest repairs on that roof, conductor or spouting, see F. T. Evans Estate.--Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Frank IHcks and son Francis, moiored to Meyersdale yesterday to visit lelatwes. Mrs. L. B. Collias and small son left Wednesday night for a several months stay at Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. J. E. Grey. Miss Elizabeth. Vance of Pittsburg and Mrs. Charles Fraw of Charleroi, are guests of Mrs. Joseph Gray of Gallatin avenue. Miss Blanche Reiber of Confluence, is- the guest of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Wagner of South ConneUsville. Miss Mabel Bryan of 'Scottdale, is the guest ot Ae Misses Smith ot Da-w- soru The condition o£ Miss Gwendolyn Richter, w h o has been ill at her home ia East Crawford avenue, is much improved. Mrs. A. A. Wetherell was the guest of her siBters, the-Misses Smith of Dawson, yesterday. Mrs. Clyde Painter of Greansburg, is the guest of her sister, Miss Zola Henry ot Dawson. Ilrs. Mary "Weaver returned home this morning from, a visit with relatives in Pittsburg. James S. Darr and children; Carolina and Anna Kuth, are spending several days at Bear Run. German army ca.n be noted, marked by blood and wanton destruction. The kaiser is shown as a boy. and the way in which lie was educated to war and conquest is clearly brought forth. One sees how the German people have for generations been inoculated with the pernicious and false doctrine that "might makes right." ! "W,ake Up. America" was recently delivered before an audience of gov-| ernment officials in Washington, D. C.. and was received with unqualified approval. Every one who has seen it has gone forth with a keen realization that it will require the united efforts of all true Americans to avert the , peril that undoubtedly threatens us | We must face the truth undaunted, and each of us, resolve that we will shirk no duty, no effort, no sacrifice that will hasten the day when Germany is defeated and the world again made safe for all. las taught school in Jefferson town- ship, boarding at the Gasell borne. Mr. and Mrs. Diederichs will reside in Jefferson township. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mrs. Margaret Mc- Gibbona of Church street, Uniontown, and Charles J. Murray of Atlanta, Ga., solemnized- at 3 o'clock in Columbus, O., Key. E ,F. Tuttle of · the First Methodist Episcopal church offlciat- ing. The bride formerly resided at Dunbar and has friends in Connells- Tille. The bridegroom-'is a traveling salesman. Mr. ana "Mrs. "Murray will reside^in Columbus, O. Squadron, stationed at Gerstner Field, Laie Charles, La., writes that everything is going fine, and asks that he and "Buck" Smith be remembered to , all their Connellsville friends. Sergeant Bass's vrife and children arrived at Lak* Charles on Sunday and *s!l remain with him until he is ordered r ·iriee c ting-of~'the' l"-HT*N. class^oflhe F-rst Methodist Episcopal SuAhry-school will be held tonight at the^iome_of Mrs. W. E. Clasper in East Green street . --i'tr-- - _ -__ ~- 'PERSONAL. "- -_ JHgroid Haddock" of ^Monessen, was vh5i5ng-»t his tome hert, y_esterday c Bixler was "in Scottdale yeswrdai;afternoon. . Tne'beSC itece to shop _alter all. Brownell Shoe~-Co.^?Ailv_ " , '.' 3tia. Louis Fealhejanan. was tho guest of friends in. UnidnfoVm yesterday. Mrs. Edwatd Hart and baby ot ~- PlUsSurg, art visiting the former's parents. Dr. and ilrs. G. "W. .Gallagher of the 'West Side. Spectacles and ' eyeglasses accurately fitted. A. L. Tucker. Oph. D., 105 South Httsbutg street.-- Adv.-27-ot. Send the. Daily .Courier, to your, boy in the amyT'Catt at the Courier of- ..OCe and leave, his address. Bate 50c per month.-- rAdv. Miss^Jejinie Penn ot Greenwood, has 'returned homo from Keister, where she was tbe guest of her sister, Mrs.JDavid Bramett. _ _ - ---, Itre. Calvin/Jaynes ot Gates, has returned homecjrom.a Tlajt .ivith _Jlrs. Laur» Jayneirof Eigi*th_street, Greenwood ~,- ..... ~-^~ The gbuea T-'Sl are-"comTortable and itylisfi." A..L. Tucker, Oph. H., 105 Soot^'Eittsourg street.-- Adv.-27- 5L '·^£~~ ~ - · Mrs. E. V; jfctpan of the_West Side, left je*uxtoy lor "Washhigtpn,J.- C., to visit her hu-sband, who is wrtli -the 37tb, Enginwrs at Fort Myer, Va. She r'TTfll 'remrn noiae Sunday evening. Miss Mary Rhodes, ot the West Side, - spent -yesterday as a guest of the -" - Ira Moon Home. Ira Moon arrived home Wednesday night after spending the winter in St. Petersburg, ria. He drove an automobile ot a Philadelphia, man through ,froni the south, coming on to Con- nejlsville in th'e machine. He will return to Philadelphia. family at Mill Hun_ One hundred trimmed hats will sell at iust one^balf price. Mrs. J. R. -Fodtz, 130 South Pittsburg street -Adv.-- 28-5t. Second Son Born. Word has been received here of the birth on Wednesday in the Presbyterian hospital, Philadelphia, of a son to Dr. and Jir, B. C. Lowe, making the second boy in tbe home, Mrs. Lowe before her marriage was Miss Vergna Clark, daughter of lir. ami Mrs^-James S. Darr of Connellsville. Dr. -Lowe has a commission on the Dnited States ship Minnesota. IN FINE CONDITION Hill Grove Cemelei7 Presents Bcan- tiful Appearance. Hill Gi ove cemetery never was in a more splendid condition. were all nicely mown and TUc lots with the rose and other floral DUSDDS in full bloom and all the graves decorated with potted plants and cut flowers of various colors, the burial ground presented a very beautiful appearance. Too much credit cannot be given Superintendent Joseph T. Johnston ·who was untiring in his efforts towards bringing it up to this standard. Owing to the public using it as a traffic way, walking over and destroying lota ia the cemcter5% it was necessary to close the gate on Madison avenue, leading to the cemetery. Hospital Donation, Mrs. "William. Herzberg gave a. generous donation of ice cream to the patients at the Cottage State hospital yesterday. Infant Dies. An infant daughter of Louis A. and Mabel Shank lininger of 506 East Francis avenue^ died yesterday. Interment today in HiU Grove cemetery. Teachers Must Be . The 'school board of Johnstown is requiring all teachers, janitors and other employes to take the oath of allegiance. Slavish Dance. , At Slavish hall Saturday, June 1, for benefit of the Hed Cross.--Adv.-- 31-2t. OTHOKD3L SHANEyFELT. -Funeral services for Othoniel Sh'aneyfelt, 52 jears old, who was killed by a West Perm street car at Brownfield Tuesday night, were held from the home of a son-jn-law, J. Laughrey at Fairchance this afternoon' at 2.30 o'clock. Rev. D. E, Minerd of Dunbar officiated. WALTER J. ADAMS. The funeral of Walter J. Adams was CHURCH REBEDICATION Serriccs at Roclcwood Scheduled ior Jfi'rt Similar. R.OCKWOOD, May 31.--The four days of tie coming week will be strenuous ones for the local Lutheran congregation. On Sunday will be observed the re-dedication, or first anniversary of the dedication of their handsome temple of worship. Immediately following, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, will be held here the annual Lutheran Sunday school I convention of Somerset county preaca at both morning and evening sessions at tbe anniversary observ- Hev. Dawgon Service. H, A. Baum delivered splendid sermon at union prayer services of the chuiches of Dawson hold last evening in the Cochran Memorial church. Owing to the request of President Wilson that Memorial Day be set aside as a day of prayer the Wednesday evening community prayer services were postponed evening. until last larceny ChiirpwI. George peters was arrested yesterday and is accused of the larceny of $100 worth ot goods from the Baltimore Ohio Railroad company. Peters was picked up by Captain Ludwig of the Baltimore Ohio, and Constable B. Kottler. A hearing will be held later. TanderTbJlt Meeting. The surgical dressing class of Vanderbilt will meet this evening in the Jr. O. U. A. M. hall. All persons interested are requested to be present June -Tlccepttoii. Mrs. J. W. Gween of Vanderbiit will entertain the Saturday Afternoon club at the June reception on Satuiday at- ternoon, June 1. i Licensed ut Greensbnrg. Harry S. Murray of Scottdale and Kate Lowman of Hagerstown, M d , were granted a marriage license in Greensburg. Mrs. Elia Cookjof South;street, "and ;Q*ld t ni s morning at 8.30 o'clock from sisters, -ilrsriel'ls-Smitliiey' of liount j'tbe family residence in Sycamore Pleasant, and Mrs. J. E. Apgar of Fittsburg. visittd their sister, Jlrs. B«ca Murohy of Dawson, yesterday. 3Jr. and Mrs. George Raudman and two daughters of Wilmington, Dei., St Corn lakes COME IN I A PACKAGE MARKED POSTl'OASTJES street, and at 9 o'clock from the Immaculate Conception church. Requiem high mass was celebrated by Rev. Father John T Burns ia the presence of a large gathering of relatives and fr.ends of the deceased. Interment in St Joseph's cemetery. E. 1.. CUNNINGHAM. The funeral'of E. L. Cunningham, who died at his home near Monessen, was held"* yesterday afternoon, from tte family residence. ~Mr. Cunningham was well known in and about Dawson. Ho married Miss Lou New- Corner, a daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. A. | G. Newcomer of Lower Tyrone township. Among the out-of-town persons attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith of Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Newcomer of Lower Tyrone township and George New- New Table Arrives. The new table for the council room has arrived and is being set up today. The table is of mahogany and is much larger than the one in use at present. Automobiles Collide. Two automobiles collided at the corner of Apple and Pittsburg streets yesterday evening about 7.30 o'clock. One car hart a fender badly bent. i comer, of Scottdale. \0 ADYAJfCE EV rjUCE' R O U P Spasmodic croup « usually relieved with one application of -- 2oc--50c-41.90 See" of QUALITY 129 tb 133 N PlITSBURG St. CONNELLSVILLE. ?A. Connellsville's Greatest Store TO ALL You'll never iiyatn buy garment like ihesc in jeiirs to come at prices. Surely you lime been reading the neivs- jmpers--yon kuotv that the {rovern- jnent is coininandeeriitjr most all wool materials and next season yon will probably have io pay two or three times the regular pricc'f? of these garments. There isn't another store in this -vicinity who can produce Suits or Dresses like these. That's why we know that this is the biggest Suit and Dress bargain that has ever hcen women of this ticnuty this season. offered to Values! Values! That are certainly in evidence and the wonderful saving on high grade exclusive garments for vvomen and misses. Just a word about that Good-Bye Sale to all Sample Garments. Dou't buy a Suit or Dress until you see the wonderful value vie offer in this Sample Sale. Sow use good common sense with which tliou have been endowed and don't be misled in no Sample Suit and Dress Sale elsewhere. ..You know as well as any merchant thut Sample garments are always distinctive and decidedly becoming and choice of the fasliions. Every garment is carefully finished and fabrics are chosen for beauty as well as for service. Exclusiveness of style is assured by the fact that there is not man) of aiiy one style, but scores of fetching models, each delightfully different. Come and sec. Gooil-Byc Sample Dresses Worth up to $25 00. Your choice, and pay QQ Gooil-Byo Sample Dresses Worth up to $15.00. Your choice, and ^Q O!X Goou-Bye Saronie Suits Worth up to $32 50 "i our choice, and pay Good-Bje Sample Suits Worth up to $50.00. Your choice, and pay Good-Bye Sample Suits Worth up to ?45.00. Your choice, and (PO/J f\K. Make their appearance here daily--hundreds of modish, newly developed Hats for mid-summer. The newest models for sport, dress and tailored wear. White Milans, Pineapple straws, Leghorns and transparent shapes trimmed with ribbons, flowers, -wings and novelty trimmings. Styles are droopy sports effects, side rolls, mushrooms and close fitting effects, $2.95, $8.95, $4.05, $5.95. PATTERN HATS Former Price $35.00. Sale Price .... Former Price ?25.00, Sale Price ... Former Price $20.00, Sale Price Former Price $15.00, Sale Price . .. $17.50 512.50 . 510.00 .,,. $ 7.50 Individual partialities can be exercised at random--Pattern Hats of great diversity of shapes, sizes, trimmings, etc., that will fascinate women of all taste and surely give them values that tliey will be amazed at. See the Hats-Wash Goods and Linens These startling prices will attract ever so many women here Friday and Saturday. They will realize that this is not an everyday sale. 25e Yard , For new printed Voiles and Batistes m a variety of pretty designs, light and medium dark colorings. All new summer styles. 19c y«rd For pretty n'ew wasB materials. Thousands of yards to be sold at this price. Neat floral designs, hght and medium dark colors. 2!c and 33s Yard For best grade of Shirting Percales 1 , full yard wide, light and dark colors. 35c Turd For 40 inch G-ioria Voiles, all new summer patterns and colorings. 50c Yard For French Madras Shirting, stripes--just what you need for men's and boys' summer shirts. 33c 1'ard New Madras Gmgbam, plain stripes or Scotch plaids All fast colors. BOc, 65c and 7,"c Yard For new French Voiles, all the new pastel shades, so pretty and cool looking. (See them ) Seamless Sheets, 81x90 inca size--extra good quality linen finish, deep hem, n-cely made, 51.65. 2!c for Pillow Cases, 42x35 inches, bleached, heavy quality, neatly hemmed and well Enisl- ed. IQc Muslm, 36 Inches wide. No more than 15 yards to any one customer, 15%c yard. ?3 00 White Crochet Bed Spreads, full double bed sue, sale price, each 52.25. 51.50 dozen Napkins--Only a tew dozen to sell at this price, Uoc per dozen. Napkins are of good size, new designs and patterns. ?2.50 uigh grade Pattern Table Clotis at 52.00. Only eighty-five of these mercerized bleached patterns with plain center and fancy border. 51.25 grade Table Damak. Only 10 pieces to be sold at this sale at 75c per yard. Bali Towels, regular 25c value for 19c each. Eitra large Bath Towels for 35c. Actual value GOc. Full bleached and absorbent, 19c yard for good quality of Crash Toweling for band or roller towels. Women's and Misses 9 Blouses When a good money saving opportunity comes along wise is the woman who buys a new waist. Hundreds of pretty new Waists of good quality of Georgette Crepe, Pussy "Willow Silk and Crepe de Chine, beaded, hand embroidered, lieni- stitched, etc. Colors are white, flesli and favorite pastel shades, Usefal lingerie Waists made of French Voioles, Batistes, etc., trimmed with dainty laces and embroideries--new designs in collars and cuffs. Cndermuslins. A big purchase of dainty new fashioned garments of quality aid oharn. Night Gowns, Envelopes and Skirts beautifully lace and embroidery trimmed. PETTICOATS with deep flounce, eyelet or blind embroidery at ?1.00 up to $3.50. E.YVELOPE GARMENTSof pink batiste or white Kamsook, triD.mpd w i t h lace or embroidery. $1 to 5-1.50 MGHT GOWNS of fine Nainsook, Crepe or Batiste, daintily trimmed aud specially priced S'Jc to $3.50. IiEA'l'llKR GOODS SALli. Hand Bags and Envelope Purses of genuine pin Seal, .Morocco and Bachette Leather, silk or leather lined. Purses and mirror fittings, Sate Price 49c, 9Sc up to 55.50. ONYX HOSItUY 75c to 51.25 for first quality pure silk with, lisle soles and garter tops, plain white or colors. Stylish SockB for children at 39c and J5c. Plain white, also blue. pink or tan. Other styles, white with fancy stripes. Children's Lisle Hose, black or plain white at 29c and 39c pair. DBESSES fOU CHILDBMf Great values Ior this sale in these cobby little Dresses--plain Gingham. Chambray and Linencs at S9c. 98c up to $4.50. ONLY NINE IN LIKE Jerry Jones Post of G. A. E. Sadly .Depleted by Death. Only nine members of the Jerry Jones Post of the Grind Army of Hie Pvepublic were able to attend the Memorial Day pxeiclses at Smithfleld, bringing closer home the fact that each year sees the lines of the blue clad veterans growing more tlnn. Jerry Jones post originally consisted of 80 members. With the exception of four or five veterans wlio were unable to be present at ttio cxfM'cls^a, all have answered the (inul summons. The piincipal exercises of the day w c i o h e l d in tbe Jfethodist cliurch, wbure Judge J. Q. Van Swinrlngou made the principal address. A. J. RankAn, comraaTnlur of the post, pve- existed during the Civil war Tlic service at the churcu w a s preceded by a paiado to Ihe cemcteiy wheri* tho graves ol tin- vclorani wi-m UH- oralud. Scnool c h i l d r e n ami patriotic orders pai UcU»;itcd lu thi parade which foriVKnl nl j o'clock ;md uKiiched to Uie cumotury. Him Men BnniUo Their Money-- H«!,tottcr. A oung Pittsbuvg Croesus throw .iway more thnn a million dollars in tho year 1902, and it is said that he Htill owed half a million more when ho died. The folly of a useiess expenditure of monfy is seen at once, wlicu it is compared with the life of n nun who earus money, prudently give;., spejids carefully and treasures small savlugs as well a* large funds. The savings account is the beginning ot a course ol gaining wealth. The Citizens' National 13,tnK, 138 Pittsburg stroot, ConniiUsvillc, accepts savings iu any amount. Relief from Eczema Don't worry about eczema or c skin troubles. You can have a c healthy skin by using a little » obtained at any drug store for 35 extra large bottle at 5LCHX Zemo generally removes pimples, b! beads, blotches, eczema, and nngw and makes the skin clear and hea Zemo is a clean, penetrating, antist liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and si nothing. It is easily applied and co- mere trifle for each application. always dependable. TteE. W.Rose

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