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PAGE FOUR, THE DAILY COUKIER, nONN'FgL.T^vn.i.w. PA. MONDAY, JUNE 10, IBIS. V\IE KNOVJ l"T /XNi 1 ·THE F I R M S W E 60S OUR AN' I N K FRO. . ,, WE'RE GOOD, BUT WE GOT SlXtV DANS JEST THE } SO OUC2 tWON W H E N VtS DO£ TQ3, EE. O'OR 8 I L U S , S E E ' . P, SX7IER. . Founder and Editor. LS73-X91B. THE COURIER K. M. SNTDEPv, Presldent- JAS. J. D1USCGLI*, and Treasurer, Busiuoss Man JOHN I* GANS, Managing Edlto»". WAZ,TEI4 S. 57'JMMEL, City EJHor. MISS Z.y.\N*K B. ICNCELL, Society Ertiu r. FRAXCK SKX|(S .1CSTIX TO VSL'XSli STATES. Associated F.ess, Aadir "Bureau of Ct'-culatlon, Pennsylvania. Assc-cia-ed Da-iUea. -rwo cents ricr" copy, 53c P er month; io pur year by mall It P-ld In advance Entered as second class matter at the poitofflce. ConneltsvUle, Pa. EVEXIXG, J U N E 10, IfllS ! ,. The Coii-ler'a SLTvlee Kins. WILLIA1I P. SHERMAN, _ !' llospitc.1 U n i t L. American kx- Dediltonary forces, France. KALPH !·'. 6I.IGEP., Compuny H. 319th Infantry. ','".- V. S. X. -V, Amtri.-an Cxpedi- Lion.try Forces, France. MICHAEL GUF.NALDO. KAROL.D RH31EY, '" Battery B. 107th JMelrt ^Artillery, 28th Division, U. a. N. ~ G., American Kitcdition- ary I-VrCPR. France. LLOYD B. COX, Cumpany £'. 37th t:r,£incerst V. S. A.. Fort M:er,.Va. JULIUS CROUSE. i:- Cu:i-pany E, l a t t i -- Engineer:, - '(Railway). American" Expe-' djtjor.ary Forces', franco. JA1IES J. ilcPAP-TLANB. l U a i l w a y ) . Fort -Benjamin Us. Indiana. RUS5SLL LENHAST, C. S. S. lireMirtent Grant. U. S. of the I'ast Con- (imisuil trom tiie Files of 'I l.o Courier. i:. t: C f j c k « r . J -M. W e n t . U M Cur- j t . i i , , V j i y c - UOJCT \ i . t l K a t-ouplc o/ la «- i:p Uie \ ou^ii^lien} r K u · t u o t r u t l s a HO.L- no t j k o a. s w i m . jjnyer M ·« u t _ \ u » i i hia d i ' j i t h j i i l i i l i^ c l r o w n y . L K..1-1.-L Uul.ic. IS y e : r oki sou o: J u r y in:ii.'Mi»ne · J C l l u l K ' of hfpt n i f ? - FO AID RETURNING SOLDIERS WILL BE LJOB is ill-o en- ned m l i i u Ct reiii-iti at t l i No. :;, it e slu rt at t s t o p 'o- « l l brJiJa-o :,riu^ toiaper.it ti !··* f :ii w h e n I'm i l r - g i e o a IT .-irrt't. d ! i \ ' ' b I f UL\ lov -rs* s,iKir,L'3 irt ti i u i p u l . S H i i f ,L inon a n i o n t l i : tesirlu' si Mam. ?: Hi anil J,",'. a r r u i d i n g Ui gTJide if Cert . l i c ite dr.ii evperleiu-e of t c a o h f r . J It. JJ.TlMfj- a n j Kel! Long pur- .. _ , . . , I elir^sc t l i e old loco-niotKe works In Now Justin Godart, former assistant sec( [ra\cn rotary of war and proiideat of the I Alirc.l A. Hood, son of ilr. and French chamber or' deputies, has been SC-IH LO America 10 cor.vo}' the thanks of France for the aid rendered by the United Stales to France through the .Reel' Cross, the Y. M. C. A. and otter organizations. Uic Iiomc* of Iila street. He was -T D C. i r o o d . die ;mr-nts I n G r u \ w i ^ s old. Mrs. .losopli Mar^att dies at her hcinie ru Otuor.yle. Mrs. H.tr-ieL T.-.wn.s-emI. v.-hloM, of John Towiiscnil. dlw. at FUtMooile. Coin: ( i J .M. K.'jrt. C L p t a . n Moyd i T.^.r.o:..,. j L. K o r u U l l and I'. S Neiv- ( HUT:- erf Ir CMc.iso au^ndinir l!if Rework against tuberculosis; mental puMicim Xaiionai c o " \ e r u j n . hygienic work; hospital social suv.ce. T!l * -M' 1 "··"· ^entries nixjut town | It lneh.dc, .dmlaiMcrlng hospitals »£«,£ Str^^JTM J and training wheels for nurses, ia- d r u n k s and tho officers oC the law } struction of student nurses and assist- liavc dKenmned to put. a atop to the Member of The Amoeialed Pre». rTh« Assoclaui ?rcs.i 'Is r .s- clusively entitled -o the usa "or republlCHtion oi .11 no^a die- "patcb.es cred'.'^c to it or not -otherwise cwiditad la tb.13 pap^r and^ilao the local aews.putmsned herein. .LVD THi: JEtfJS. Germany is relent.lt ss in her oppression of all races anc peoples wtto do not subserviently bov LO tiie pruts iau icg in" aU the various branches of j Du ^ lne ^ community health work. J PC .j', 00 i Afu-v the war will come the g i a n t . i.s ru-eiet,t.»u tasks of reconstruction--both, of men ' ft jr--ii: ^n.ss ."\iary and or' countries. Europe, as well as ^^ro^ar* 'out the United Stales, will need capable,! r 'fu;e it" Miss A on highly trained women to help with ncihsr-iio, and D. these tasJcs, They will need training. Jj; ' : ' airint - , , , , , _- C h i l d r e n schools for nurses and thoroughly trained women to administer thorn. American Red Cross nurses are conducting a teaching center at Milan, in Italy, today. Before our entrance into Uie war, Jliss Helen .Scott Hay aud her assistants were adrr.in- j isicring a school lor nurses in Bui- i garia at the request of that govern' meat. Unequalled opportunities arc w a i t - i r " k ^ ' fi.i ing for rvi-ry siio.,g and capable !'/.-tern'" of* youtig woman who b 'coutc^e a trained j -nil idle, nurse. t e ! _ l ] i s of t h f . N w 1Ia , on nl Ihe O jd force of teachers J. K Rush, prin- ., Mc,\f«c of Con- Stoner of Mo»nt D.iy Ls observed in b M f P ' o . l i s t Pr cut-slant, church. M i n - i l o . t l u U - y e a r - o l d d a u g h t e r ]-\ O otd\s I n of Coniujllsvtlli 1 , h'ir-H'J LO delicti by the explosion k f-r·-£:.ne wM at Sharon, Pa, where L c b ' i d w:i$ v i s i t i n g IC-IM* Jor a t w o weeks' oUlr.s 1 on t hai.rt-. of t h e Sc OUir river. 3labt Provide .Means of Education mid Special Training Through VjcatfoniiJ C«nrsct. j Spocinll to Tnc Courier.] I SPRINGFI13LD. ilahb., June lOI-- I Low to aid Hie returning soldiers; able-bodied pi maimed, to adjust tliouiselves til civil IiCCj was consid.- erfr.1 construitivoly today at the conference of the Association of Dm-" [ p l o y e d Officers of the Young M-v.'Christian AssociaUfins of North Amer- I ica. The rccoumjendations w«re om- j bodied in the report of a-committee headed by George C. Hubert on" Hartford, Conn., on tlic subject "Jngrasped anti Undeveloped Opportunities Among the Membership." "Ti'.e educational !epartmen( and the association sciools oc the larger association will have the greatest op- p o r t u n i t y in their history f n h e l p i n g [ho returned .soldiers, through ibe vo- caiional courses which they offer, to readjust themselves to civil life," declared Mr. Hu.beri. "Many of the boj-s who return will be irxJined for life--onie without limbs,-some blind, some nuaus one or both arms. Specu.1 courses should be planed now by the association to train these men in some kind of w o t k that they can do so that they will be able to make a living when they return- Special courses like telegraphy and acetylrne welding anrJ others will b e 1 a Godsend to to tliesu men. T\'iM the ] association be ready to do this work in every community 1 : 1 The V. M. C. A. will be the first place that the ret u r n e d soicller w i l l look for sue!] help and he will be disappointed if tne Y. \ M. C, A. is not ready to provide it. J Then he will look elsewhere. "Today the man who does not serve is branded a sJaekpr," said Mr. Hubert, speaking on the national spirit or service. "Never In recent gonera- 1 rions has so large-.-t proportion of the I in-en in our communities beon so profoundly moved w i t h a desire (o render altruistic service. The outa binding dial loupe confronting the Young Men's Christian Association today is to guide tills desire so that it will function in Christian altruistic service " For: SAJ^K--PONY, nvi; YBAK^ ;« old; fait-ly b r o k e n . 3V inc'tlc" h(,,')!. . S Call 53-Z Trl-St.;it(i. fcjun.-at F O l l S A L K - -- l £ N ^ Y f i . O P B D l A , F ! B m t u i i c a a.id o t h e r bouks. M u s t bJ j" ?old not L i t e r ;har W e l v sda I n - ;| q u i r e 11 ii South Secoiul s t i « u t , | j FOR SAL.fi--.ABOUT .',5 AC'J'.KS Ob 1 rib i and s t u r n p h , in oatry 1- . u l i - s; (!)·-- t:ir.c»- f-om O n r i n w l l s v i l U - . U i j c O !.-,,'-Loin oroposHIon. I/rlct r t f r J i t to q,Jick p u r r ' n w i M . I n ' l U i r e J-L U N I O N N A T I O N A L H \ N K . 7 j u n « f i t Her proiessioii is a d v a n c i n g , dm rapidly as a sc.eiu t . The war. of ^ ^.'I' 1 cour-e, is nrceieratirii; tiiij. a d i a t i c e , ' i.' lt |^ will. This has bee:, the altitude of j and tbo application of nursing to Uio i r.-177 the Hohenzolierns e \ e r since they b t . - j n e \ v discoxeries in Uie \var liospiials'- 1 " l j " 'cam-e the rulits po » e r in Germany, i 0 f i; U rope shows somclbins of t h e . 01J ^ aEd at'no time in th-.-ir hiiory has H t marvelous riovelopni- nt of which t!u \,*~r; been more niaj-itesi than during t h u i prolcsfiion of n u r a i n g is capable. « -- a progress of :ne pre'-ut war. The m - i ' ·'"''· J human acd bru:al haired t-xhiDiitd' Our r.od rr..^s soitc.tors MIOU^J i. · '' '",' " toward tac Ueisian . thi Poles and [ a l l mt-.m^ .icn-pt ih- ch.i]knK^of tin- ^'^ the people OL tliose Eaikan count .'it 5 ; h^fchaiV^ ".ot'"-!^^ "lo'^iinn '^aiu^h^r · 1l ' r " J ; » - . f . t n t ' t , f h e Fir- f ' i i y ^f J-'.iytlt,- ^ ' n h u t to l i r n i u - i n c . i f r - , i n U tli..- trt.'tsury '"*' u f titc *\.yti:u (" U.-KJ fh.tpci.1 W i r i H l n i , ' ^ ' 1 " , llp df i"f» :ir.i t u t i f U (M)ihn^ J u n t * J.T r\ ons in i ) j " .re In bias-, ami '·?t (Tnat*f] pro- FOR SAL. LI -- ONB 101 I H U P ; ONi: ] J 4 U'inton S s o J l u d e r , one 1 9 1 G S t u d e h a t t c r f o u r c y l - m i c r ; otn.- ; 915 : I f nrt\ roadster; on*i J 11" JJ 'id'-on ; one 1917 T V i U y K - K t i i K l u ; one ai.t' o n e - h a l f con JeiTrej'- ti u u k n r v i i ^ R A U T O ! C O M P A N Y . Uel. 83, Uimtij.r. Pj.. i STRAY H K I K K I t A I ; ^ h f . - , at MRS. rinSK I J U K N K R f a r m . ' . I v i f w , P a . T j u n * 3** The summer season calls for special shoe styles, and you \vill find in our shoe departments just now what you are looking for not only special summer styles, but special shoe bargains. They are really amazing, the novelties in women's and misses' shoe stylos, high top shoes in the various popular colors, numerous new lasts in oxfords, white and all the fancy colors, and remember we have black shoes also and there are many people who will not bare any other kind. There is a great array of special shoe nov/-lftes for children, it is needless to describe them bere. the stock in bur shoe departments is enough, and should be indwomeut enough, for you to visit us when you want good shoes. . i n t - - t ast. ] IT 1 .) c:irj). c a r p over the p r e v i- | Y C U ' A N l / I N G , T l i Li-:, T l ' B E .VN1' j b n b v cabs n-iircii. ;fl 1 S u u i l i J i t t h b u r K 1 I street. Tn-rit:ite J8G. G j U J i e C t * ^Vuatea. y o ir R B AJK BSF.I.VG : \V'AXTi:* -- L'UAi ( B j . ) t l n i o r o JIiU3r. T»u- f 11.c that would not yield immediate obedi- j enco to the dercandt oi tiie K a i ^ e i , :s common knowlc-dgc of lUo world at Iar;e. Other toras of p-jr=-ecutio:i, less violent in their character, but dtil! partatcinjj it the naiure o£ oppression of certain clashes or races, have not become so genera'.h known. Thus in German} the anti-Semitic campaign bus taken on new features and strength simply because members of the Jewish race n other countries have not been backward m expressing and showing by their actions ihe sympathy they have foi the cause of Humanity as against :he cause of Germany. During a re-ent debate on the Prussian franchise iU in tae Gc-rmaa reichstag, a Conservative me-nber j -ubif res-Tts proposed that Uie jows of Germany jKI f., Jj * :enla ; ,' be disfranchised, having charged! ° Ur " lt to lfc ^' L them with, being b.tter opponents of j f, ilt} K.us-df* J submarine carcraigu and a'.^o with j K.vcn ;o ;-.r\ A W \ X T E n -- r l N i N - G liLHJM O I K L TICVNS-ALL.-JGHENY I I O T K I , b j u n t l l , WANT lir*--.\ict: CL.EAX KAO^ V,'nl j i . i 7(, pt-r pound T i l K C i l . K - ir f . rcK i : . c i ( i * u t a l . O r i b l - l f . Falr."i.inr.-- CJarlt fJatrA,---rfy, Ilp,)- 1 V r ' A N T r e O -- C A H UKPAII'-ML'.N', g u o t l U .iy;uj« M U j u i r o (.'.Ml h'OKU- MAX, n, i. ^ u. n. GjL.ii'.--it I N T U B C u l ' l t r O K t'OlIMoX J ' L K A S of f - ' . i v e t t u county. K,I. 3JS. J jnc ] t i o i of the y . i U s h f u K h u n y Hndt;c Com- 11 ' p a r y , for "' crcy if h f s o ) u L i n n of i,anl i p a i . j IHIS Mi_'d i;-. t'.u :i.U"\ i- c-nji t i'.F P c t i u o i i pr.iyintr for .1 i l * c - p « of di-ho- 1 j t ' O t i . ami ihjtt Un: t ' u u i l .h.th f.M.-1 Tu. :*!Jny, t ) 3 e l l t h day i.f J n r, 1 0 1 ^ . .it l » j o f h / f k A M. a.s t h e t a m o : i n i l t l i c iai'l j j i t i t i ' i n a n d :tp]i!ic.i.Li M for O.'=. i ?t- . i f f u . i w.r^n .irni w, ( r t - ;ii, p.Tyf/n.^ i n - u - r - M t 1 r i i r , . v i u n r t .unl -lio.v cms., if :in: t l n . y hiivo. \ v h ; . h u p r a j - u r of [lie L I N N V. rmj.LIPS. S'.Jin'.i.r dtr I V - t i t i o n t T . i n a v - i l - ^ s - j i r . t - 3 - l O 63 Laree Department Stores, Located in Fayettej Wei3tmorelarid and Allegheny Counties. TKD--cmb FOTI G E N E R A L ork r.iil at 3 U West W,ish- u v i n u u or on Tri-St.ite ;..ii P l a i n l y t i i r Pn-rn v t h * j Amerioa.n artlianS) of t l i o i r :'.. h*li(.-pherri hn cci of : locks. Ma-y U'AXTK.'; -- DOVS AND OIK1.S fiv.-r If. j-i'tir? i f :iw fJlf-.in. » l f : i h a n l w o r k . M r fan- paid C'U.V.VfTIJ^riM-R S I L K M i l , 1 . T j u n « u ' I W A N T i : i -- LAP.Oi:t;j;s. PAY G O C j ' j .ji^.-.s .M,«o . ( U i i r r ^ nt n f u r «.,rur.^_- ork. A p p l j - A . M H l l l i . A N ' M A N ; A X i - i ; " A N'T ··: U ~ f j : i , I A B I . , K MAX yu homeland for the J e w s in Palebtiue,' Jerrcy coa.it us and that there was a s:rong sentiment i h a K "' L * ot f n t o eh in America favoring this project, was u'ill more t h a n . ag-ainst thu I l u n y . Keep u p y o u r " i cheery Jett'-rs to I many were no longer entitled to the | nn*i yaw ngt ot franchise. during the saoa* debate it \vas re- veajed, that the G^Tinaa military authorities had forbidden the Jewish press to publish any more attacks on ( a renegade Englishman who had ac' qulf ed Gernian nationality - and bad been awarded the tron Crass for "pa- tr.li t r d r n o n t ion Over Thf \.r*t\ t ' . n t t ' i up t h e i r e P r . - ' . d f - n t . S a m u e l T i r r ; .sorrr-trtrr li.i'n H o l s i n t f , trt.istircr, A n . l r o w i Im: t. U*:l- Wis- Europe, i n c l u d m r G e r m a n y , hat- discovered t h e A n u r . ' ^ n A n n j . The rinrillini: Givers. C u i n b e r U u i d Times Some people i?ivt «c, w a r wo-k . the c n r * - · Lot's not h'-- Hocb(-." rifl p e r m i t (Vrtilnlr Will. lm!«tw" n r.e.id*-r ait f i r " l i i t t n r y to i n n i s h Why n o t do us w i r s « l v e i i f t r y t u tell a b o u t i".'.' Itriotic -s^rvicesr. ia Germany. Laier It was learped^Laat there had been circulated throughout the German empire a *''con^denLial" pamphlet in which- the ( J^ws o- America, Kngland and.. Russia are accused of having raised an euorinoi.s fund for The purpose of sowing haired among the rari- ousT.soeial classe.-, of Germany with the object or" creeling internal disor- de?.- By ciscutatiitg "this pamp-blet the , German autboritlo^ designed to lar- 'ther incite the pe*plc to a distrust of 'tbu Jev/s and thus _make them feel more keenly the oppressive hand that- r^sts upon those in. German territory -- - - -- . rto dare h«,j hoWfir tbo am.liora- ^^'^:2S,i? 'f^ ^P^ 1 tiOSlsrUftr.anhappy'condiricms' under i TO real soldiers it sound* so toy. which, they or other unfortunates are i-PlL-ase can us "m«.n" in the f u t u r e , obliged-to. Jive. These" "ilicidcnts, apart from the long-catalogue o* crimes againsi justice and human! y iriucli mark tlio slimy trail of Prtissianism, show bow s n. he -j^,, y ^-' ^houid be u t i e r l y unlit, by any standard art 1 the i " j-iV ui» iott of present ruters of Cei-miny-for the gov-1 A n ernmcntjuf any.c .tt-pt barbarians like tht^' ihc!GS«lvc3 1 a v C L,;cu:;i6. \s\ii Soldiers Otin't "\Vcar Dislies. SLiny a jrirl tn:it w n i k n i t »U day v.-ill refuse to spend ton nvnulcF, wasii- Ir.f dishes. IMi*t Tall Mieni "fioji," liy J. Ma.rcoe. 1^t Serj;t , IT. S. Army. W h y do tiie people of our c o u n t r y so Tiirnsniv, ,ir\ 11. inos. ' " t a f l f v l ic-por: of the- Cfnn^nM"fiif .r* t i a . l c f o r t h e w e f k e n t l i n T J u - i ' l O ^ g a l i ' t a i of ."i7,-((i."i o x t - n s f ; i t ' u "ton. of \fhU-:i t t.S-J« tire- In Most .in.' "77 M l n v j t h n lnt.il estimated pro- rj r irf ' l l p f r l l m r e d as fyllo'-vs To t « l i.tp-. ^.172 c - i r s . to p'hm we.s-t. "0 c.ir.s t'» p o i n t s TIVJ'. }-o rir*;. an ro s« of -rl 1 cars over !!:·· p'-ovious x ! c u i 3 % r o t i t ] n l l o i«= ? c n t t n r t t i in U n - tOM'n to I'.i j efi"s in tin* p f t i f t f n f f ;iry John J. i l p l l o n , c l f - r k at t h e IL-i.ti ho- el. C o n i M l s v H k ' . is a ^ - q u j i l e d of rn- r / o n s i b i l i l y f n » the d i . t t h of R o b e r t H. .on^. t\!io f f - U mi t 1 · p n v i M n e n t in ront of llio h o t e l . Mellon uri-? ,10- K'-fil of f o r c i b l y e j c c U t m Lon^ f r o m W A N T K f * -- V O C N G M A N T u CT-.KIIIC _ in IniKlvv irf t-torc. t i n u d o p p o r t u n i t y In learn tin.- h u ' d m - p s Addri-s*- 1 I A R I \VAUn, care The C o u r l r r. Onn.-lla- ' v l l J e . ' j n n . - l f W A N ' T K J t -- \ N A ^ K S J i J J J ' J l K S K N T a t i \ - f i.i t l i i s tur.ntory to s e t ; oils, «T*.iSf-. * ' f f Hii,- O f / p o r t l u i i ' t - foi die r l K h t party. T 1 L K S M I ' I K K O I L C O , C l f v e l . i n t f , Oh to K i r n i e J l " bT VTi:ilt:NT Oli" C1IICI RATIOS. ' SL.-t(j of .l ) enns i v a n i a , County of P a y e t t c , ·"-'. J ^ e f u r t me, in-' 1 subscriber, a N o t a r y P u l i l i c u i t h i i i ii»d f o r h.tid C o u n t y u n u Drsscoll, who b e i i i i ^ d,.!y s w o r n accord- itn; tu J a « . did fJepust- j n d vzj : TlKii he is As c i"=t.iri Muriiirrcr of C i r - p a p e r p u l j l i s - . t r d :n k ' f m n . ' ! i b v i l ] t ; . P i , a n d t!i:n Jin.- n u r n l j t - r t . f ptpt'rt- f j f l u . ' . U 0. ri:u: t l ' u \M-ck I'-i'hi,,; ri.-turd.ij tJ.iiiin ,11, J u n e *-, I M S w-jf; ,1 , f u H o - ^ s J u n o 3 rt.T'»2 J u n , - C .. tJ.CT', J i n . i - -i . 6.T»S . mif 7 ... fi.i07J Jui. i- 5 U,0^1 ."uue 8 G,$;.'t . D:uiy ; t \ - r.vs« .............. 0 7:.^ T J w i i ;»«· (Jnilj c J r c u l n t M n by m o n t l u f o r t h e y t i i r 191b LU da.'t= -\\iii, as t j l J O I V B : 1'HS M o n t h Daily Av ' . f r t n u - i t y ........... 173 '0,. 5..*;_ J K -l)t u.iry ........... 150 1 oo (J ;, t 7 ' M a r c h ........... l~( 7"- fl.".'.? ' A p r i l ............. 173 SJ4 C.'^r, i That t i i o daily c i r c u l a t i o n by m o n t h t { for thti i'«ar IU17 to date was as fol- In \\Tiite, Grey, Field Mouse, Brown and Black. The woman who demands a perfect fit, who insists ou Uie newest and best styles, who desires QUALITY FOOTWEAK will do well in coming to us. We please you. We save you money. "irA.vr^D--ir.\ v OK \VOMA.v TO r c - p r r s - f j i t w* i n F n j t t t f i v . t m l v S i l a r y j or r u m m f ' " i i ' M r,u«l t»-:p»'n^e.-, X'o s . - I i - i j i i R e\pcn«nr.' iK'cr-s'Mry. Ili""ei "ncos ' r f » n u i r f - : l . I. p a r t r ^ - i t O. 1 ' ."i M b l o \ , Bloi-lt. [i '-·lic'-f.T. X V. l i ' j u n c l t * " I · \ V A N T K D - O L D FAUSK TKKTH. | Don't m a t t e r if broken. I ptiy $2.00 t o , 5IS f j f ) p i - r pel S.nid by p a i c e , post :uii rt'CflVi-* r-h.'ck bv j t ' [ u r ; i i n a f i . T ! M \ Z P P . . 2007 S o j t h I'-iCtl' H l r o c t . P h i l - ' j t d c l p l i j a . J'a. Ij'jueS^t Alontli. Daily \ v 157,261 5 S' ....130,85! 5 - 5 5 . - . . . 1 4 0 , 4 3 1 5 5 : . A pro. u i s Smilloy. who u-ou-"-'s \r(IIi.T-n rks, scoots iml fii- Omp-tun--rt n^is freed by t h e It sourtls so mllit*. dler "boys=": SiinacK 1 - ! The of politu should j-i* ui» t"t*y"H "i^j L' o~ci:orrtKi j' 1 By Jane ;A. ut The. young v. oman .:ursmg as ;: prol*-^io:i who (.hooes j has a life o f | 'ce to he.ir uf t.ol- braba b a n d b and i uinin^, to e top, j e u , every W h e n ttity yr-t to be ;i in»n. A calf !P not a. cow. not a Eifjf ID not A colt :·; nol a l u u s e , nor n pup Is not A ?riu«U is not u p i g e o n , n u r a k U t e a p m o t h e r b l i n H - f U l v u r s jury. 'l d r a - I f i Wlili.-i'ns. Colored, a r d Tfcn- j ; n m ! n Xonak, i R u s s i a n Pole, arc im- j d ' - r arrest a.t M o u n t Pleasant as suj- i pi-ct-s i n -.ho m u r d e r of l i t t l e Volata I School board fixes the tax levy at 13 ' Knigmcor Q u i n n T,. Tore of ConnellH- vll'e, i.s seriously i n j u r e d and ras- i-i-n^or^ aJ»oard t r a ' u Xo. - on tlic F. I a:. P. b r a n c h of t h e R i l t f m o r r - Olilo I r i l l r o i i d , su fer m i n o r i n j u n t a !n n lie:idon c o l l f s i o n w i t h a frptjfh-t t r a i n j in c-harse of K n p r i r - c ^ - P h i l i p Pass:i- I v a n t and Firt*man liitn^r nt T J m o n t o w n . C^iiii r r M e r o-f Gam m err e considers t l i p prt»po3ii tn have t e l e p h o n e wires i r i l i J t business d i s t r i c t placed u n d r r - U'^.V.NTKP -- Y f ) J N O M \ N A.VD i H o t l i ' T d'-ai'-e t h n - o o r f o ' i r u n f u r n i s h e d r o u n i T w f t : p t - i v a t - fctmHi'. ro r e n i r j l n hen-. K'-"'ti.d. romp.uilon.i'jlu folk-,. TIt-jt rel\ t cm-OS f u r n i K h c d W"-iie GL . I I , carp C o u r i e r . I G j u n e l t * Sei loj nber X o v o i u b e r Ueeember \ I 91 W A N T E D -- L A B O R E R S . ASH HAiVD lers. helpers, nH'rh:.nic. u , l'. rein en. Steady w o r k . Laborers LI tfi/, cents; firemen, 4 7 c e n t s p e r b o u t , o t h e r work pa'rt 'u p r n j t r t i n n . A p p l y in person j at t'-e WEST PENX POWER PLANT, · Conni'Uhvi]]!', Pa. I j u n e l O l Total 151,343 5.S39 A n d f u r t h e r payelh nut. J. U'YLIli DRISCO1.I,. S-.vorn t o a n d · . i b K L - l b i - c l b e f u r o me h i J b t l i day of J u i n \ 1018 J. G KURTZ, N p. For FOR RENT--THREE AND TWO room apj.rLincnia. F^ORBXCC SMUTZ 14maytf f$XaSiR$£Wffl^^ it.vi.i) HE:AIS. IVliy he h a W f s«vc (he Iiiiir. Use Forst's »alil Mc-ad l!«!r Crovier, t h p o n ( y rcint-iJ for rc- Kiitts. t'ricc $l.t!O, poMtu^c jiiliii. H i l l y Porst. S«itt«ialt'S Orujs- t, Hcotilnlt, I'll, FOR R E N T -- F U R N I S H E D ROOM 3X ! prix-:ile f a m i l y ; S" per \vcPii. 311 X Vdll R E N T -- F I V I 3 ROOM M O D C U N hotu-'f?. J^ast Crawford avenue, Call Bel! 137 rln^ t. S j u n c ^ t fore her, Toi ;.J ( m*a, lujruly devel- E oped as it h.u. I ceo n a*. 15 just at its j dawning. · Now-, while all the world i's calling 1 . Cor more trained nurses tu h°!p in this ?riu«u is not u not a cat: · c-Ul u- "nifrr 1 w l u l i p it-f i c . u f uih.-r tii:it 2-htlos Mchts AfrflJn. |'. TJlf ! p it is said elec.rlc E=i^ns are Mi F3 i '.o hurn d u r i n g ihe day Fiie! i-'t-roni war, it is the {.rofess^ion o? supreme Adrini's-'.rator Garfic-M has Uiri'atened] y^l pririieg* 1 for wt men; and.after tlic 10 put the ban ca them, with greater' [war u will be no less a patriotic serv- astncuous than marked the previous ,Ice. Tha. Jndeel. nursing will nave a period of Jjghtle-»s nights. ,n»Mv place in ibe world. ; * Nursing is no oager [be care- o' t ( io [ I'rire l.tra Hour. sick and wounrie i aloa*?. It is th«» oaro, J. L'. Xcal. wei.-iv anpoinied dirrctor ; V" i-l'" . . . i "''' l * n i » ^fw-. Th0171,1 s D. Bch.^r/1 estahlJsh'-s a r o p u t . i t t o t - of bPlntc the cli.impion \\om- ;ir. t r o u t fish«r of F.'tyettt 1 c o u n t y by l a t n ' . t n i r a 1-t :nch s p e c k l e d beauty at Uf.ir riun "·i v i i · i jnr.« ;irp is^ticd at Scott dale by .Mirn'ni", S. Loiickb f n r tin 1 murrSa^r- of Ms dT utrliter. rj^s R n t l i . ar'l "U'ilHam · T J i f f i ' i l u p v i p I-xiril-r-r c ' i m p a n y ar,l li F3 Slapio, n. l u m b e r c o n t r t i f t o r are !n a stiit h r o i i f r i i t hv n,ame FOR U K X T -- F U R N I S H E D ROOM; coru-enfence.. 31j South Si-xt!i street. Sjunelit FOR R K N T -- T\VO F U R N I S H E D * roams for [ir;ht h o u s e U ^ e p l n i ^ . , \ I i con- ! venlences. I l l S. CoUage-a.v. l O j u n c l t , for a HOIDC of your own--in the coming residence district of Con.- · iicllsvillv.-. Out iu the o p t n where there's plenty of fresh, air and, where the "kiddies" can romp and play to iheir heart's content. And it's only a j uiir.utc cur ride or a 15 rnmuie walk fio - ii "Brimstone Cornt?r." FOR I ' . K X T -- F U H X l S I i K P ROOMS and tv. o roo:vu c for ! In lit. i i o u s c k c c p i n g . Address "C," tli«i C o u r i e r , ^ U I a n c l f t i ;; Carried into* ti e of tiie Sarrifice TCK Orent J o l i n s l r j w n Tribune. O«rman ^ u t of t n c sc'ioojs f f i l l ; k i r k v o n Hlr.clenliurff I n t o babies and t i e prc-aatal i u s t r u c - t o f prndnctlon a:.tier the Fuel A d m i n - 1 Rorlin"Vmt pp'rmirkraui' tTr^moi'n^n- .on of niotheCc; supervision of th« [ Nirarion, propo r er. that miners w o r k -H^turVied" as- «n Amtncan delicaey. POR RK.NT--.V FOUR ROOM F L A T , ' East C r a w f o r d iivenue. Rent S18. i Ca]! Tri-Si.-ite p h o n e 3-1-X, n.iwfaor. ! 7 j u n e 2 t ealta of ;schoo · -diildr'en; -welfare j o u o hour± curs each woric tn industr al plants; preventive i mine more coal. order to - v 'ir has cn^t ^llltp enouprh r u M t t n H : 11= of Hiiiier k r a u t , short and d u m p l i n g s . FOR SAI-JS--O.VJ3 AND TTIRBI3- f o u r t h ton truck. :;04 N o r t h P i t t s - b u r ^ s t r e e t Sji:nefit* ~FOR S U - E -- LT-TO-DATH B A R U i S H shop. Bu-t lucaLlon in V a n d n r b i l t . . Bar^ai'i to q u i c k buyer. Gash, f 1S5 Reason f o i selling, i n t e n t to enlist. Oal, lioi h p h o n e s . ROBERT LtN'j? V a i u l e i b i l t Hotel. j O j u n e G t * A FARMEK carrying an I *^ express package from j a big mail-order house was accosted by a local dealer. "ff7y tti'cfn'i you buy ihat bill of ffuocfr /«wn meP / could have suticd you ihz exprsss, and besides you would licoc been patronising r home store, tfhtch helps pvy ihe lax.es and builds up this locality. Tlic farmer loaded at the mtt- chant a moment antf then said: "Why don' I you pafrcnire your home paper an J advertise? l.read it ' MORAL-- ADVERTISE Right now yon can buy lots measuring 60\140 i'eet--quarter acre tracts--at B e a u t i f u l Poplar Grove for ^Slft HA KASY P V Y ^ H X T TKK£S (iT.ADl.Y Aim.VX('.Kl). There's City water m fi-cr t of ciory loi and iJiu Public School is just witbJu a stont-'s ihrow. Think of it, i h t s e lots cost only $80.00 and up'.vurd--even as a m a j t r of spcculatica tneyM prove one of the bt-bi i n v t s t n u n i b jou'vo ever made. For f u l l rariiotilars and Information Write C B. McCORMICK, Agent, I'. 0. l!«\ Hi CuiinflUiille, Pa- Anytbing, Have Anything for Sale or Rent, Try Our Classified Ads at One Cent a Word. They Bring Results.

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