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June 8, 1918

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PS Lf L U IP! IE Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 6,701 VOL 16 NO 179 CONNELLSVILLE PA SATURDAY D\ ENING JLNE S 1918 EIGHT PAGES MARINE ATTACKS Sunday on the Other Side Last M U O R iark L,asi ttom.t o\ mi SHOIIDHI ffO U-BOATS SIGHTED noying levels Drop Depth jud Subs Disappear. ISCll'IJM IS SIPEKB Itiniori Minister. Describing tin In- Jdcni. Sjis, the lrneru.ui Vdclurs S/rldently Have "eres ol Mill;" "·ittstureer Vboanl. !TE4MHt IHiM-D K\ I -ISO VI U AN V T L V i n i rOKl, Jam ·, --Aw Vmtnesui stiamer loaded rlth foodstuil-. put back to iwrt ere «!% mid rppnr!n! ^h^ had ren » '12 c d \i\ a bohminnc the hip's taptsjn «as \aid to halt n.- 1 1 ^ u u t 'im i 1 rtutlior.tus to rm liK M?ss^I th it ht miaM pro * ed s^:sui. i 'n tupt JH is ^.iid to me Jd nauil onucrs that tht a!«a r» c «_-, sitrhjcd oir tht ^ir- inui ( ^.,rc 1*1 1 n torpedoes ·mid ht dirr tclnd with nnj ac lra.^ 01 a m t!» skau^hip i ^ a t d ttvyvards thN port, leminc u si bTiarmi Iwh.pd. Wcstent Pcnnsyhanians Tight TV,a M\ eoks Alter Landing. HEROISM IS DESCRIBED C liiutaurjoa ST cnKcr nt iiit^l tttlates l^pcnfmis N i t h the Po^s Dunnu S t Y t r a l TJonth* a l t l i o r r o n t ( c rmam (.an e*cr Ittn, f'f ah untrinm. in IHl, I I ( IS1K or. POKT, June t AN I «c s!i- »an jc i trctes hcrt todaj err hat a l«(rnun I -loit Jiad (n captnn d or sui k off tlu ^ ir- nla * oa^t _ytst( rua h\ a tinted jites dtstro ( r. V d( stroj « r Inch Ins IKCJI putrolllne the ast in *!iK ^ h i n i t j refumtd to irt t^ din. Merahtrs 01 the crpiv ius(! 10 l,;ik icirinlin.? tbur Maj V i l l a i n J Mack o* Cincinnati iron "lit hrnie to Kini, Gtorc;*. of I ng . a n d cr-e K i n d of d e m o c r a t c spirit that s customarv arroig \-iiencans Major i \Iacn. js age n ot ihe I nued S arcs nbu-ance board n Ln 0 !anc. "N\hen -*resc med to Lht king and queen Major Mact ask^d the r majesties for t h e i r * crnatures to encoura 3 Amen in s o l d K f h n 1 nqland !o sign a o rlo accompanied the request to the 1 1 int, wit*i a T, r l l meant i n f o r m a l slap | ( i the shoulder Hit enterprising I Oh oan has s ) I d il jOO Ooc w a r n~ urance for the g o v e r n m e n t ! TWENTY-NINE ARE GRADUATED FROM D. T. HIGH SCHOOL Flow tbe 4meririn. soldiers o r ihf Ra ibow ciMbioa nn " r u o j t tliei" f u s t t r a i n i n g m Frinte m l t h e re-ienres of \ \ ( b f e r n p p i n s \ h i n i a bo\b ^ t r e told a ilu \i c;h school n ^ht h^ Homer C B a \ l i ^ s w h o i o L irred on Icmoml Dij a f t e r n i n e m o n t h s \ itli ilu. Kami o\ D i v i s i o n in Trarce A here he wa^ Lounc^tod v i t h t h e \ M C \ spoikme, or the F r e n c h \ pw of t h e var Mr Taj I s s nd the t a p u i r e of P i n s \ r i l d not r d he conli U or mean i complete M t o r \ for Gem ii\ 111 it I ^ou this h said Tnc question is a^hed \V i a t \\ II h ippcn tf PI^LS 11 tiken ^ The ^ n i w er of a f cnchmin w i l l s e thai it the do take Pa r s that docfati t alt« r and doosn t u m t h e w i r j If Ccrmaoj pushes t h e f r e n c h out into the ^ea he ( o uinued and ln\es the English out o f - n gland ind comco o v r r her« v o "ill h a v e to j teep on f i h t i r p so don t t h i n k we i TC goin^ to sion oter t h e r e u n t i l it it u o n ind wor right ^peikinp of the bri\ rj of the \rn p"ican bovs he siid th Ra nbow Di v i s i o n linded m France the da hpfo-e rhinks-u nt and t \ o \k_nks late- c h l l d ^ n r e m the front l i n e trenches ir a mo roff , i u ot rotor Ho slid the bo^s we*"c j onh r d t i a i l h nt r oiis n the first clay i h i i L the\ gf t usrd tn it Tfl! ug of a I Mrrig{ f r e nf the Germans ie said i ^\ords cannot descr b a barragA j 1 he «holls ji s coaie so fist after one i ina her that there is no one dminr rxplosSon Dirt and p cces of steel re filling tr-c air cont nualh Tbei \\ben the firtnjj sudden h ceases hat Rfg stration cl ij f u n c v,ii f u g h t \ \ i t b unusual si c nificance to Harr\ B Lro-w n of Confluence who is ( m p l o e r l is i telegraph operator it In than ( rei.k U v.as tlu dai he i ti nod h s -mioufv Jnci d e n t a l l j it wiJ t*t da; ho eg istcred foi service w i t h L n c l e G am Ih choice it was 1 is wccM ng (lit- In the aftcrnoo at 3 o UocX Mr B r o w n w a ^ mir led it the parsonage of tl rt C i stian cl urch C o r n e l sil h\ Tle\ C ^\ Backner lo Mi c s C o n o v R \ p Cole of I GISCI i m g The mnr People l a ^ e gone to hou cl i L p i n g m a Lent TL Ii r'jan C eek w h e r e Ihej wi ' re m m ( IMP tip u n t i l Mr T row n 11 called for r c r \ i c o fnjoys the Pistmctioiu Oi^e an Opera hmgtr iu l*ni is. S I U I I M I C O l M [ S S J - O K I H I WE/MI ItS HAS MARVELOUS DOGS Trained to tart ror His I loci., Vom to Know I at It Xiiu p's \ irst ^ out.; iflpt-'i ·,( V i o p o i t j Onuir u! l o n n Kcsimblc'- limtut H o r k i r m Drubs Kesinal to Be Genenil- Ij Observed in Con- noils^ ille. EXCELLENT PROGRAMS little f u l U s ]|iv* BCTO at Work for Vn Ls Uehtarsjue lor tht r not and frht Btst ot I ntcrtKintaeiit Is Vs snr«l rh i H h o Vtfcud cr r ^prcise-, Held Last F vt- n;r in school \uditonnm \DON June S--German subma ' The graduation e x t r e m e s of the a we e foiled m t w o attacks on a ( E u n b a r *o»nsh p njga chool were o v-hich nc'jaed ship a earning *"* d Frida c ening m thc high means the enenrv is coming 0*1 The F i ench don t purish a r an for ueser* mg u n d ^ r barrage fi-e tor the} kno^ he s not in h s mind and o F u n a ·* ! Continued on Pa(,e T t o La-v w i l l be observed o- c in ijoritj of 'he chuicli o' C o n n e l l i ilk 1 aotui. at Lhe nxrnmg sf rv c at ot ers iu ih* ve- n i u i, H hc^rsals h a v e been go nc on for some Uin and the program in pre[ ration w i l l e vvoiLh ·fthi e II ? nours of se \ I C L as anuouuuixl lodav art BLpae^ 7 4 j Christ an, t 30 1 utbtran n Metuxust f pi co pal I D 30 M t h o d m t Profstruit 11 L o t t e d I rrsbv crian 10JO I rc^b) tenan 31 South Connc Isville Elan j,elica! tarrjm-s, "ica troops and R°d Cro^s work as* -sundaj according to the Rev er J « i,pu \\a-eng o* Baltimo-e of LI Ked Croo» passen^e s h. i cldded Professor Writford ton t the L n u e r s i t j o Pitts, Toe p otecu"5 d n s ro^erb got act on. on both occasion^, and er V-tireiag did not know whetb ay submarines we^e sunk be crs t attack occurred shortlv tb.f convoj enu-ed the danger oSid Father V are ng w h o ar i her yesierdav \\ e had a livt SCOT of Br ush c'ebti overs and wer on thc trail of the periscope a flash AL least t w o U-boats sighted. Guns and Jepth bombb dis t-arged and m a short tirre ,1^ al Uit, eaeraj is bea en off d Fnda - boo aud tor um j^eisenrmf One o Jie rnob pleasing ftatu es as the n iibic furn shed b k f e r l e s arches t s , -\ S o clot-k to tht, music oE t ic orch^tra th graud lat ng class o 29 clad m c ip- and gowns march el n o the a u d i t o r um and onto L h e ' i n r t b e r j M t f r o m (.orniun UaiJers s age The first address \\ us tbe \^H Jrmd SLmnp I*atrols tn SUBMARINE ATTACKS NOT TO BE LESSENED the i s c i p m t aboard »a» superb In a tik a d the o-e H e r n ^ noos tht (. »a» not thc slightest I , a i y » n e . e Tor CDOlnesi J of ei e gcnc\ I do no think vo i i j s iluiaton ^- G-ace b r v d e r whose I « ! ih ect was Greater Love Than Tl is 1 1 ath \o Man Igor laczko deli\ e ed an oration m the a u h j t c t \s ^ t l tlv l^·v a ne b w o r d Igor Mac.iko a t mugh an V - n e r c a n c i t / e n was a s u d e ~ t in the Gciman schools at the o itbreak ot the w a r r*o w e e k s a let the schools, bad closed things h i d growr so uneoirforiable that the A-rencan consul found u expedient o n j i tc send 'nri from the countrj bv ' | n g h t I Jam, I Jta i lolph the *ir«t |h r or ^ t u t l e n t pave tlu ^aIedlctor3 'addreas Gnoots Tl ac Ha mi was b s suhjnct I Miss N e l l i e S n ^ r e r p l a \ c d a piano are Bi cknr H L n n e r s u y MU HIS J u n e S -- \ e w piogreso was D^ he Fiencb la^t aiglu in tbe n b*. tw ce tlie Mar ic and th * n o r t h w e s of Chateau Thierrj. ·far ffice announced todaj this cctor Irench troops ha\e · , d l v t i r wa\ tb^ough Chez Q* r ister i out^k ris and have reach e w jtern edge o r Do-mmard ^H I'l V\b. sncn v i f ON o t u n v TH "HI A.Mfc-RIC\N ·CE June 8- Reports of recent C*e v mau ram movement from irect on o* Metz toward the SL I sa icii ba^ aroused discus ir * e \mcncan eipeditionar a^ o whether the enemj is mg u assaul. in "Woevre He enipbasized toe need ot a n ? c" erlueatioa R K Sra th presented hplomas o the folio * me Nolle Cecilia Turns \nnabel Ce crha D u m Ge"trtide M Guth Clare Ai astatia IcNislt Anna Bel e Sliep pord Grace Sunder rioience Leu cret a Sp 01 I el i A Sneppard \ei Snyder Jame-, Ham Connor abeth Charlotte C r a w p o r d George i T T.not M a n e B.lle Giosso Ignor , ^^ chaol Mac/Ko I t irrr PHZ R-in I dolph Harold f ee Chaffer L Hie i Frances Wnte I ena Ethel Cioptor- ! Ai na "\larie Luca^ Jessie M Martin l \R\n IN L v d a Ija *= cna ^orean Frances J Os trc fsttv "tt illiain j Adans Ger+rude Rtib% Bush Ma-% J ster "\r ( rguente C Getim^ Jo 1 Seaoi Frances ^ OLauqhlm I,aw reure Patrick Mfegan The exercises rlosed w i t h a per fo»mance of The Star Spanglev tho \ t l u i t i f JJ-\ t-boc L d r '.'. XfaHINGTON J u n e S - Plans of N a ^ y Depir m e r t f or conbt.au ugnancr in Auierican w a t c j s against f u r t h e r depred itiou* t j Geni in sub i arines A e r t b i l l e t e d t o d a to have bc-on se in mot o i Pu ng m effect n f tlie home campaign k io%vn to ha\e 1 er formulate 1 snne time ago has been Lasttned bj tbe MSIL of r IK ing b boats to t e \ lantic coa=;t it was i n t i m a t e d and tho p i e m e n ef for s art bu a pc.it o* long contem plated profr-'m F u r t h r r v i s i t s frrtrn t 10 German raiders ma-v be e x p e c t e d a w is sairl and \ t l a n t i c coast w at henceforcl he cons rlere 1 as subna nne pi oof Tho NIT* D e p a r t m e n t w o u l f not \ e n t j r c a prediction oda\ a= to whether the r-'vft srich p^e^el upon American eoastwise ^hipp ng c t r l j m the week m i R h t still be l u r K ng ir waters on tl is side of the \t lantic It w a s said t h a t (he vigi lance o r -latrols in n o w i s e had been Ic^sennd nor would J drciease e v e n a f t e r i was safeflv assumed tb u ne sub-nannes had r e t u ner 1 to their f i ~ » t Jlaptlst Ciorp^h. The piog-am in t h e 5?'rnL Baptist j church a 7 (^ o r l o c k f o l l o w s In st uncnUl IIUMC '·ojfe 0 SSorhinp tht Lo r d r cr pture rtariing soni, Make the \Vorlcl Brighter Toda^ jcrejitinp 1 ; b/ ibe supcnntendco wel come a idresh I Iniee Or *ncn rec-la tton J- \er} Uav V\ orn V rgiuid C'-OBslarid leci-ta ion kt p a f r % ins David C n u u r rL-ciUi 1011 G i v e t^i Best ^ o u Have LUTIP I me ·^Uibl sons TiiL tJcaieuh \IiiU.r r t c tatiou V Little More aiu, i Li t i c LN TliL ^AM"] PI^Atl . \ e ! I the b p i e n foi the nguL iovv do 1 K u o v \ \ J i v 1 tau tbe shepherd h n u 0 tb m S u r n we lu-ve a t o w n s! n h i i d ind at b wailli el! i n g i out Ht s i t , i e u jig nan in h i s !att f f t i r [ w mla ba.j and be woai s t. to iation sh ilitrd s eloit*, w u n born and ha.t and ^ e hmj, e\C( p ilia his st ci isn t a iook llisi w h j I eai t u n ' e i s i a i a I v t r y inorr m fa he gnh i ^ ap be · j c p at tin f o c i o itue MOJL wiiic ib 1) i Preach foi M ur s r ct a d to^cs liiem off o fen/e for t a r o.j About dusk lie hniif) t _ni ^ac'v The s'lLf p cU i J | cloiit, to t h t shepherd T l u \ are ihe p i a n o t of m dn dual f a i n i t s r i h e nnmng n e s t f r o m Hi J OAI l"n(] or j,atl ered up bv so-nxint, T i o i i Eh u sect on and aken down to JH squart, w lit re Uiej m e e t w i t h o t h e r 1-eta m e n u s r rorn the ^-ou h S u ui] the VAobt bid-e T b e n w h t u t c j.nn ib assemblt.d lie s lep nerd taJti c o m m a n d \. word to h a dosfa j.n h % are of! io eii O r(i,/ui^ ground V n J U OSL do a s a i r i n a r v c ! oUb in t lei inli.ll tenet l^ie'v I K \ L I illott a she p to iirai i w a v and he mu 1 -; k n o w t,vcr i cmbt of Uio flock l !iih firbi mm f vt a oign tho C t tin m on j_s iho }ii^ t a t v a ^ i o u b ionu-1 one here two theip and so on u n t i l eten. bi u ) e ont, ha-, beeu as hiyiied to b t s f I d These sa^aciouR a n i m a l s stem to s* n^e w h a t u» desned of i h t m U.f)i, tiiu m a ^ t ^ r - c t U s i t t c b i d d e n iCj arc tuick o ODCJ 1 he fehepherd i t p i L t u - t w i i u ii£ ure and t t u j o 6 ! e uj, bo Phe- saj hi used to b*_ an o p e i a *hi£,cr i P* 10 Piri*. aiii. e v e r v t r u e in i vbi e he £ V ( 0 itLtch « from hik, rep^"toiro in ront o f t b \ M L \ Ih void ifa a r ca bir'tone and his acont, real CCon n u t l on Taj_t l \ \ u j Says Also That There Are to Be Other Reforms Disorder!} Houses, Too, WSJ Be Closed, It js .B-eported. TAT.KATYYF. OfuruJ Imormation as to Vhat Trans- jure*, ai Ixmt: Sesjon ol tfac Offi- ci r and (. 1* r^jmen. is sulfa Follow Quickly, counfrbs of Pwabroke is sbo-rtn in h r costume .u, a lied Tro-s nu'-bt ^ho like niary 0tb*.r pruraJiunt ladies ( r L.K BritisJi peer apc s wea-ing tho ^arb of Ked Cro s I · £ nitrse w h j t working for tho soldiers j I a(K Peiuoroke li u e w U of the *if i *n t t t n t i i i^r Pun )roke ind has biui 13 s* "i pr a,s a j u-s a home Ahilc lie i ^c hu.-tba.Dd is at tin, f out 1 c oj( hem u ia bt , sht wa.-» Laxh BVIITK c PtgLL ^lOo rnaclnncs have been, removed from all stores of thc city follovnug a conference 'f local rrmistors and city and t o u n v a ho*- tics a-, the City Hal t-*u2-nia.y nwinng }^ 1S also njuiortxJ tliat th refoniL -will be earned unhcr doing aua^ with the dis- orde-!v and ganihling honses The proprietor^ and inn ates of these place will bo praseciitod to tie full- e^t x t e n t f f tu law and the CQTJ- n u n i \ Jraned. oui of ^ach ciiarac- PROGRAM FOR LECTURE OF DR. USSHER, MEDICAL l - xn erenec resiordaT morrunj; mature v, o^. dis.Ufi=cd and Ma\or fcan c\preesod himself as being ^ c ^ f » v n favjr of anv acacn to clean om tbc cm T i c meet ng vos ^= * at c nut. bj Rt i G L C Rich- ardsor k c ; J U ProudH Countv D to Pol ic Tht ·were mo ith lar**i entire n e John J V. B mcK aXen s a n o n u m b JjOW( i sio frc 1 1 bad b rs v re no cd Smith md Chief of rs macb n the " en hetf rom e^ which stores se\pral plaw V r P the d again 'n i c orden J stores vc-s JU TlU })\ M i n i s t t r ^ r I ih i d In t l i Jt.tit.ir} H u b , \\ *LwJ( (·! ii4-r.il It) tin t/^ir D _lart LU D Is ue w b u M I 1 » e r iis i ( i i t Y ai L\ M TIL I 01 a \ e d i c j J 1 \ i I I U L U J u uji. ·-raoul J.U or u n on ie\ ] I c · ^ or u n u cl k nd at. t riLiuu-j uje hi 0 Tuesday ti a Ui MEN INVOLVED IN SENSATIONAL CASE HERE ACQUITTED t rancia ivid 1 h Mar ita rotiuuion Kro^ar reciLi i^dj i Pr Tht. Um _ _ . . . . . . _ eipoi a i \ e cnpture readi ig diit.t I Victor^- at Last ^ung Night and f Da\ leciLitiou LXm t Bt Vfraid M ce \ i r g r i u i d R l u t k r lecltation K n o w i n g How Louise M a r i e t t a TLC jla ion Shoe-, L n i c e G r m m mo uon faoai, The I itt e One rcciia t on The I i tie Bij, Fel ov, Hti^us Colborn solo t l i ' t o i BI-OW i ioa 0 Tlu Storj SVt M u s t P t p t a r csta tion Archie B r o w n solo I uge le Stickei ofl ring emole natic jtcact. s must n o t l l l i e U a n n e r o t he I ri, onE Th B a n n e r of the I c -ialii e J3 he Ior !ec*ides Th Iiiibtrr ^ K i l l Harrj M K ormiek a-nu who were on rial for 1 BaltiLior^ Ohio cai \ro ot (,ni UU'mpt to ru upon h i r \ il n LG c j tin JQI libbers of LJ^ Con t l l b u l t Mm b eriL.1 V^stc aLoi a i u e o i t d ( UK i^.] ^.cLooi v i i v r e LIL w i l l audrt^b be « udcn s ox 3«iO o c'ock In ibe e \ e n m 0 _)r 1 s^ht- w i l j b- 1 tbe fe,ue^t of thv. 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L h s e o i u o '·cl oo 1 U i i i d r i n ,, t t ,.,1 am o pair out ^( i -,b pro nit, Ui Re ure D L h i a-s t i v e i m - n j arb a 1 - a nu dieal i j n a r o inne ia, t IU u LS i i i b IOC.L ( I 11 Ilarpooi a i d I ate i i o\ d o \ ar a eiu ir tin. i v u n h ^ h i ou u D u n n " (he ^ar be l i n k i i -,o e rno -. n e r a l of ^ an plann d u m i ^ i I L aU \ e \nnemans of he proM e ( i f . Uiu da\ Dr 1 s^hn ! i ]n th t f t U ma.de i^ i ist t h e u aeks of tlie r u i k n i fo his briu dti i"-, ht -(- he u u- L , I \ I D ! tho rabk of ^iiit-i^l bi tlie C/ai o i l IttL sia His leeturt s n t'-f 1 mt *\.st of \r j nit man and s n in r i ' i c f nd \v 11 b BEIHM'jmECEWiNS Hiirtihh Eimsc of lord-i Cuiilirms IU K fzh^ io ^ tatc'inum's BIIIIH ·-[. M M Cot ) 11 of LnioDto-\\ acl- mg as iruiscl fur Betbj 15 college js reoiiTcd not c tin hi. Lni; ist House of Lords h^s silo amcd the. n II ot Jlobcrt McDougnld a weal h^ resitaK 01 tl lml)ur, Sc t iiid who "ie i n c u h c d bet ten -"lOOJO and ?15 000 to ihi. West \ r^inia mslituuoi I 11 ordr to s xii c tLo 1 ef;uCKt it n is Ufoessa'-% to cjrrj u,c 1 JKanok ttaouga th« Loans o£ 1 li,l:sli j u n ^ ninon -uid to thc li IIPI of l o r d s \v u h r \ '·^ed l-hi. decision of the Scottisii con is lefusms to sustain ihi conti.QDons o r thc counsel for Betham co! ui,e represented m tlie proopedmRs bj Alt \ajider r Fraser of UK, T^d ubu-g bi- Th ULqucst to the roilpge grew out of t i e fnend-ship beUM.cn Mr Me- Dou«ald and Uexaitlcr Cimpbcll. fo ndir of Bethinv and T nativ e ot Siatlami Hi r= to the cv,^te contest- cc the u i l l L ^ition o^e- which has been in progixbs stnoi I 1 ) 1 2 when Mr ( ochiiil 7 i n l to I ndmburfi and en Uto-nov 1-Yasir to i onduct tho -n t u courts of Gixat Britain rot. tation Beautiful June Cosgnno 11 est ^uU Tonnt; linn J t n ^ c s inr T-njninf? (arin T* niirlit. Joseph B o i i u of the West Site Sir \\ n solo ) the sciiof 1 diiJo^t c A Sunny \\elcorai. son, Kaj j Horn the W e s t e r n M i r j l i n d ollues ' " * ' i t \vas learned todij that the in \\ n c s u i c to Hi iberla id « 11 C 36 01 in- lnle Marg-uet Pi": S"" l'TM ? to 6_ cenu B e f o i e l r '"" Prompt u by Ueir al rs .lie I C C I I l i l t o the L D l i U id t ,ulfe-i nc ^ n e i in Cxjn -, hesc peop] hu. ds of tin. TniTiA.^FPAIuTn VTS^T^n UNIONTOWN WANTS ra a lacteal point of iievi the jor* od of st ' h i e l v.ith.its sal ent offers a logical place a C t nnar attack \ drive ?h "* ih el to the southwest it "ide ed mis it ba\e a trple ob the lenac ns of Ba-le Due the kin of \ e r d u n f-orn the rea- he e iqimation o! the sahen r ha- its apeK a \ertlun I Ba "GOLD ; CUP PEWTER lea.\eb tonight for Fort Og etborn't, Ga completirg the Quota of Local Board N T o 2 lo ha ins been c a l l e d ] to go w i t h the l^bt incremen which eft here on June 1 Dow v t/ -vv as granted a week to set lie x.p Ms bu=i ness afairs j Bowjtz as been engaged m the ' grocerv business or the \\ est S de a ni mber of vearb fho b ore w i l l be the w a r ta\ and me re iscri m l t IJ,L \ \ e i e added tieKet 1 - (o the p r p u l a i le Day Brigade bv c ass of los a i d S O I L co ^ 1 r ® «cnts girls recitaLion The Bt j That! Pennsylvania ofTucs ^\t U ^ f u Laughs Billj I dnioiids soiife bam lo l-nionto\M) nchulm,, Uie ^ n b del P" iH= c h irgcti No aurr ^sion ^ il bi. Bill Horth IS-IO. Bi Uioc al«.d I ross ^EV, \ORK Junt S -- G t r m a u pnof 01 uie baMut, tmt a l is not S,o!d t lat timers was, lonhci mm = ·Sl\ PJ U) I N T!H h e l c lodai w i t h the disc osure that l U ^ V I T V US! i t h t magniBcent cup which Lrn 5HIN'"tTO\ June S--The cas- Peroi V\ lham iwarded to the \rner list (day contained IDS namos ! tcrl 1 w i n n e r of his ocean acht race i icd 1\ m J90o was not gold ant' w a s not I T l Kee Mi s 1 as follows K i l l e d in action »d o wound* 1 "* and of aero- ac "lent*; four died of acci and otfapr (an^e 15 ^ i \ died of ed ' io^rre undeiTmined) 17 s .lvded K U U r t in action "W Pinerai P i t f b u r c Pa ·Krer J Nolfi Perrv ^ t i t t o n Pa f wp nds Corporal Hen~v \ng- ca^ rm( nt "sX \ a and Jame» M j da t m ^ewichl v PT Died o f rot ^ vid F T oneb Homestead r one was announced at ! hi \ o th ?o 000 that time I was m.adt of p e w t e r w i t h a thn v e r e e r 01 gold and was w o r t h ^carce A I M ( Hitfli Sdtn.il. invitation n rof C a roll C Mr d i r e e or of thc C o n s e i \ a t o r v of i of \cad t L n i v e r q j ^ "ttolfe- v i l l e Can placed a ni mber of se lections en the i ano at ihe hiqh chool vesterdiv He wa acrompan G "V\ B u r k n t r pastor of the Christian church whose gueM raorb Happj Song bv girK recita Lion The Bovs in F r a n c e I d v v a i d Risheberger solo Nel o K a u f f m a n dialcgue Flovrer Childtci recua Ion \ Tale of the Olden Time G-ladvs ~\ ance lecitatioc A Star f ) i Me F l a j Cood \ n address bv pab tor Rev G L O Riclia. dson KIQC ABOljTWHISTLE 4) cents ll be I 1 e « Tlie i i t o tc Pit sbu ne on 1 mutes Klovnn; 01 ( unn\ DR. EYERHART CALLED IjTanq-elipnI Cliiirch The p ollowint Children s Da pro gram \ \ i l l be tndei d by tbe Sund y j school ot ^P South L o n n t l s \ i l l e Dvangolical churcl o" Sund ij J u n e 9 at " 30 P M Instrumental solo Kathleen T r e \ i t t «-oug C T O I I r »- bponsivc reading lnocatou pasioi e-ontlnued o Page t o u r local Honfist ^ i l l IK I s i ^ n t d to I l ? f T l I l K I Dr NS H I \ o r h a r t lo al d e n t ·* iccei ed aiders v e s t e da-v th it ite u ouid he a ^i^nerl to at tn o d n t j w I T i t i e ol su \ ^ Uc D c i t U Oifieer^ R L \e Cm p n i | c o u e c i n p d or about lime r i r \ " i h a r t ont st j -- erl last A u g u s t and w is conn nssionoc i fiist he iton nt 0 ^ \ e d n e s d i \ of i n s w nek a sr n w a s l o i n i he I \ c r l i f hone in P o r t e r a v e n t i r The nf ci u a s 101 merh Mis R i t h S w i r m i i tcachc- on t n t s tit It K e = j i h Is in t e v inn of ttie tLsbin -, Hi \\ei \ u i p l a i n b ter]\ ' of he no es ma 1 \ the fire \\ 11 t e in bU u me n i l \ each | T n u t s a i t e pc t t t i n n j ff i i b libeon i it-t C rfew s a (le til et ci '-o f a i of hi. o i t h n i i K i · v u ii s Oaiieil ! ( hallon^rt Issued to littl Cross Solicitors to Cross IJas \ ha ebail ^ ime between teams nic.de u ) of tlie Ked Cross sohc torb of Connr K i U QLd L^iontown maj be a i r nc t 3 for a tlatc rot far off I erhaps then? w i l l be a series ' L n i o n t o w i h i issued the chal- U n ^ c t h i o u ^ l \ttornes Thomas H j H i n 01 Vi oi n v Iom DuE,go.n J r , came 1 it 10 his t i \ The proceeds ne to K foi the lud C r o s BOY DISAPPEARS ilin u Mr 7! \mr Oh! Tnd nice .c-i! 1" Ml i 1 I Ro Y. IK i t u n t ! i befcro Hi ( i i g e o f a% u r I ami 1 1 -, \\s. ai ni n t o \ \ n Ins norni \ i ^ \ \ c a n n a c t i m a * .iH ·uit n eut 1 3 i-u e is Oaco I^eadi The unofficial count of tlie votes d R. cbard "Wafter Jr Bndg*- ] -1 ^ 422 ·a, 200 293 ai the recent pnma-\ for candi s lor the Republican norainttion tongress-at lart,e shows Col Thomas \ Crago leading with Ylants lo I( Ifinne John A Bc'-eiter of Diu bar is mak nc an effo~t to get in o t h e ma-ines Hf went to P tt^burg V»tGnesdai aftei havarg registerpl ^and was turned down for that reason for the Lire Garland 210 blG "Waliero l^S 6faO Eurke lied Cross Pie Soual COXFIAPNCE June 8 -The Sun da^v school at Johnson Ch ipel Ins a i - j ranged for a pie social this e v e n i n g ! for the Red Cio p s I Fair and si ghtH warmer tonight and Sunda.% is Uie no^ti 9ieatl er ''oie cait 101 \\esiem Pennsvhauia Tempt rature Kecord 191S "» irm tn Ooes (n Ir addulo" to 0 r her * go to C a r n r t , i e Tech i J u n o I S foi three mom Dav id \Varn i of Dun , on ^ in -\ill itLsb i r ^ on li^ tr"in ng i ha? b en i i \ n i i a | I T Str i kged he tht iff i r tin 3 ri [1 J old [1- 1 i h u l l i r r . M. i ok son o' fioil \utij I M i n m u m _ Mean 3117 S3 oO . 63 The "ioagh river fell d u n r g the night from 210 fee: to 2 0 0 f n e i -vlacert OT t i e h t o r iho^e u l i o slud-v as d.uto ireclian c = nil 1-ii.ht I'diiud s n All «n 1 ^ r Hoi H H u h i of I m o r l o w n i e r c \ i n " 11^1 il iJa j tions up u ila b n i h (f n et,Ji Ilcnn I ojrbanKs I)n - | pound '·on I h e f he s a \\i 1 ST JOI^SBLRG M J u n e 8 -- 1 nov n \\ e*i P tin ( J u t t o r ILcnry Taubi 1 « fo m° v \ e a r s i · MCQ prcbidcn rf ^ 1 l a t inks t 1Unv ( « n * c r p m Compan m a n u f icturers of =eale 11 s ^ on i e t n t - p e c p; Si n t tit rs SI Th re T, 1! ' a h M c r i n g i j ec 3 s cl rna\ it " _* Clea 1= ih 11 Mnnl r ( a-t SJO [.tO. Ka^es ? f t h r =;UD n r ich "d 1 - a L 6 JO, lur died at his home he e lodav j3e 8S ears old- I a\va\ l i"st evenmj, b^ I lodge ot Lh e B of L. r . Coke L E Thf ci^e f V n d v \U(U^ h \v^n is a t c i r d f n rdd 01 ] iui^ \ec- enio 1 i-, M l l s b r o 01 I ebruarv Queen 16 was " von io uhe jtirv m bmontown i at noon todav

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