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June 13, 1918

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m T L,Y COURIER CONKCI-'LSVIIXE PA. 1 I 7 1 T L \ C 1 Jo BLAST FURNACE PRODUCTION B-ite "Was On!) 40,900.000 Tons a Year; 43,000,000 Rate "W ns Anticipated. MULE DRIVING Tars and MORE BY-PRODUCT (FENS lii ttcr Ihuii I'rtaUiine Otliti rroicsMjiml \\uA A con panson of u -sts made by he Groensburg Ti burt t e t w e e n prof cssic r il men and men \M rkmg m t!]e nnnos fahows that out of the lead ng ministers of Grceiisburfc i r e L C n f r ^ Just 1JOU as m u t l l pe , alen 1S lhl _ m u [ c d r n e = m he muia, tstmo*xlaad counu t o w n LIEUTENANT BERRY, FORMER CHAMPION, LEADS SOLDIER RELAY TEAM TO VICTORY _ ,, _ . » ,, . . , L c , , i To Be Bn.lt II, Imlepindcnt -tel and Other Intends, Gotcrnrapnt to fi- nanci Sorat 01 the Project*. lluuntr near the "Sml lor Still llore I!j-rndncts- The n i n e drnerb have an ad\antage| _ I o£ a fe^ cents a daj " ~ , ,, This iwrticulai dmnc me dontalU Special to The "weekly Cour er PIT P TSBLRG J0 ne 32 -TU Car , TM« ?*\TM r t '° "JTa*' »S negie oteel compam has blowr in an (ook t s , a d u i t f r course of one additional blase furnace at Du luc-sne vear to a(W 0 hts equlDinont [0 thc giving it 55 stacks operating ojt of a Du]pit ' rhe ma3onl} o£ thc mula total of »9 * stack at Clair on is dm(!rs don t knos w h a t a tlieolog cal . Clair on he blown about_ready, and wltMn i fe» days leaving tha company only three idle furnaces rw o at' Edgar Thompson undergoing relmmg and the small detached Zanesv He fur nace which, it is Inefficient to operate- when labor is so scarce The hlast ftirnaces generall) are making out fairly well with their supplies of coke but there are few cases of the-el being any surplus and many cases of furnaces having less than normal re- { -- serres against even short isternip ^on-Essential lions to receipts Pig iron production '* is barely up to the rate it should be | in vtew of the number of furnaces in j Wast as there are few idle sUcks and | yet output Is not as close to rated capacity as it should he Tni reports indicate that the production in May __ was at the rate of about 40 900 000 " tons a year while estimates of exist ing capacity based on ac ual perform ance ot the furnaces in 1316 plus i n j allowance for the new stacks complet j ed meanwhile would indie ue that' the countr should be able to make I 43000000 tons of pig iron a ^ear per haps a trifle more if there v ere onlj the normal proportion ot stacks out for relining and all furnace in blast were fullv supplied" with raw matenils and labor There is som e omplain of labor shortage at tnis tim · but not DRASTIC METHODS FOR SAVING COAL ARE BEING PLANNED i m-Essentml Industrie;, Mill| Hae Tlieir Supplj Grt.itlj Keduced SITUATION IS SERIOUS Vt Least 00,000,000 Tons Must EC Sarcd ii Me 'Honld rscape " i- Uoual JiMWt«r, Sajs Uministratiir Oarficld; Prospects lor Tronble. Lieut II ward lier*^ Connor eh irqpion ri rmer -nho i d tho Cimp D!x reia\ team to \lcto-y in the \rm \ r nr\ M*»dle\ Reln^ ract nt Pruikl n ft* M Phil t deiphla Tbt, Cimp Dii. team defeated teams from beverul cat louments and nasal training i lUons · ^·irsiroirs-ir^-^fcTirc^o^rc^e-i-wv^o^ HupjrS-n's has a star in SPEAKER S GREAT FEAT |Thoimahlen ^ ^ ^ DS Herbert Faced v\iJi the dangers of another period of industrial idleness next winter unlcsb d-astic economies in the ust of coa are uimechatelv adopt ed Fuel \dnimit,t itor Gail eld nib oeclaied emphatic-all* that sorae- . thing must be uoue during the sum a great deal Furnaces n ar Hrgei mer m o n t h s to mako pro \isioa against centers of population m i articular ^ need* of ^ inter have experienced some labor shortage ^ d e f i n i l e p !an of conservation latelj on accoutit o! 'here 1 ems J°bsl w h l c h voul[i ]molve ^ c l i r l a i i n e n t available near at hand a«lnng out QC s()mc lcgs 6aSentnl mdu stnea Dr door work Gat field feels is imperative to the The coke market is a T*r qu et nauonal w e lfa-e with the w rtime affair ofenngs being onl* of occas actlMUcs making extraordmao de lonal odd lots as formerly and these maadb upon _ coal producnon of the running 1 chietly to foundr- grades nauon Buye's. are .not i erv pamcu ir at th b No defini 0 order ^s h^en i sued time and if the coke is "2 hour coke M Dr Ga f eld cal | mt f o r further there is not a great deal of question consor ^ atKri b v individual mdusuu,* as to how carefull it is selected al s. ut hc haci ma(k lt plam tl at n i s in though the government res-u ation-, are eut on u n to cnrn , ou t L prognm foundrj coke 72 hou- selected w birh *ould cause as 1 ttle unrest as There is o£ course a'vvajs an npie possible proportion of coke thit h s been m Q n e 0 [ t n o industnes v v t i c h ha OVCDS 72 hour'; Momlar and Tu sdav j Ken f l t j D ^ aga nst a drastic cur dnwmgs beim: of thit gradp There l ^ ll ienl on i er lt is slid s t h i t en J On? 101S perform ince tLiit * · seeris to Jt, ii record br^al tr Is o ^ tht nmk it; of two unassisted ^ U- double p vs In one fipason bv an i Seven clubs In the National leugue ,ro pliil That T arl ^lumllton is join cig the aa\y * on neli'cr b Ud outn Her b i l l , 2 At lP " St r "° rrL ° f Ul ° bnsi - ba11 pluv * the worlds greatest--Tristram o PCS wouTC rather be in tbe anu kan * II SntJifctr ^ * n n ''"'PS' 1 ^ * To maUe *wo uua^l ud »· * double plujs In one gaiui 1 so- J r?f f l s Eo ^ rr » Inj? s me ton * " Q(1 '" ie *-' 1 J Dick LI i.Ilt7^ turned this ^ I h t b P t t t r w o r d #· tntk 'wh n lie va** with Cincin * mJ a a f,iaio ^vith I Iniiitl I phi i * June T 5 1" and Mr« Goor e a v i f t i t f \ * i ( i 0 i u ittie t and Mi 11 I h = J es n" rtwdq j ' To v £ ad o \polio J i o i L hu\e been IICIG and -r b uo ti cf "^1 in Milt n b n-, r * * * [ Mr an J R ^ o i i f t n i Schulte is on* of tin most grnceful p irt 1 i,, 10 a w- v. c J K^ Pop AAoii Old tbt «-line 'hia rt · f U W t r s In tho rai|or« u cl «-till seejas ( v ] ^ r j m f s and r r i t l ^s for Chlcifco agfinht ^rookljn la . i to patk tin bntt nf, wallop I \f ., f ( ]^ L w h o f td t o i L.ch 1S01 * * * · m ^ a B i a s ; t l i o h , n t l _ ^ ^ , ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^u" Nunamnker i= doinpr il h e r Ichlns t ,, u sum L , u ,, h( i p a l ^ --.^-,S.A.^-^-^-^-^-^-^* f n r tb( Bnnvus rod tu h b beer doint I , _ n t j l ,, . M d ^ r C H Di Mo=s lul k i ^ ) i l l r in I f u n h PITCHER RED FABER HAS Broivns rod llr h b hcoi (loirii. work w th the v v l l n w PASSED PHYSICAL TEST i-j no contract'nc; gomj, on op^iators expecting; o h a v e some ^trplus oier their contracts alreaib m a l e shoeing a disposition to reserve it or spo or _short period siles fro n t no to time -The Tcarkc*" remain ^government linit^ Furnace 3C Ji Foundry 7 1 our Mtcttd 5 0 Crushed o\ LT 1 n_h f 3 i Coke ^cre^mng;, from c Id dumpb cc* unue to f i d reo.d% s^te *»"d 1 rinf, as high as $G ^0 w h e n ci efulh pro j-"-cJ 3t is he'd that und r the so eminent icgulatuns such. con.e could be sold at as h gh as $i "^C i" consum qrs were willing r o pa., th J r~n The Ta »,rn Ste contracted for the product ovens a i s i -int u th= cast u ule Jie p h 'Up-, 'shct.t \. T n Plate compani ha« r o u r a t t e t l *ii aoout uO ovens in coinet t on v-i i r 10^ li^t f ir i.acr il ^ =inoi o b i Ul at \Scirton "\ \ a Th;e nev i e-^is i co inec on w i t h t p o! ct ccki o pn ^inlt nz. f ilou thc DnrnPr S c I cor pan) contract for 60 ov ns ai. Bufialo . nes . I ughhn Steel cr mpinv s (0 c en^ m Pitt^^jrg: iL 7 ^ additional r ens at tla rtoi an ' he I" 1 * oven e-cfca" p i a r ( u nrr ont V» S i ovc~a of th*-se n*. * *-S j ire Tninc r i by the -sovermient ^hich dcs res e b\ p-oduc s gag d in t i e m a r u f a c t u r e ol picas ur t aitomobjles The I ui 1 Ad run i^tr t on ha-, idvncattd a c irta hnent ot "o per cent in this direction and it has been m mated ha f ra= JG rD 0 QI ot ble at the ulations would, le forced "ot oih b 1 * hc n a l e n J i t e coal upph jut b i Mior age in stee j and otjci ma ter als Thc hope wa^, o\ Ti rt a d t iat some Tgree n,nt could be rtattitd w i b th- 3 \\ ai Int Uotr ts I oard jjd othei c ov errmon Agencies \\ h ch t o u l l 1 -nig ahou !,n in del ard n^ n connection w i t h tint, nd c the inmstries vluch w o u l d make it pos ble to c tect i u itaj tu i r~n i , , , -icomp n h a S J u s t l s c r c r f l curtailn. t nt on a a=is w f u c n * ercuioi of ,3 bv , 1 0 « I d Ml d j s l u P l lbc finaBCial and lat n s tuatioi n im comn u n i t j Di Ga field belie e 'uither Jelaj m the c nti n of a confrehen^nc program \ Ud be rcprel nsible In an offic al ^ itemtnt he s u id A. saun^ of G00"*0000 tons is tho on pos ible i\e*iuo of t c ipe froi i nation il i s v = p \ecessiies of ^ a r mist be stipp) o I T^e coa clcficir n ust no\itabl\ come o t of t ^ o Cue for non v 11 inc i tr t.s D Gii-feld m a c e it i lain t it in his opinion the consei ation of a* le^bt 0 OTO 000 tons ^ iv, o Titans ht cut ing I vtn of Lbe supp ics of Tred , . , - . ptayii S nt Srsf for tho Ctil s his nin^cd n lot ot fu vorable com npnt among tht fun c * * » Paul Crissmi u puclior of th "North we*itRni unl^ rs ty team UQS (.ullsti. 1 nt *"he Gr it I ikes na/al traiujng itn ^\ord 1 is 1 ui rtc n* 1 it tli*. CI 1 r °c: ^ ) 1 S \ t "ic tli U JU d 1 f t i pi chtr hns pas'- d tl o pb\ il t st in 1 is In tK ti ift 1 h i lo s not cTpeet to bp c ill d ? iti I i c i i tbo seaaoa or a f t r it J t - TENER TURNS EBSCTS DOWN Nat onal Leagu* Head Fails to Find Anything An-i *i a Stengel and Cutsnaw of Pirates nia mrl s rlos nd c^ouomj he manufic ure m domestic co i une s \ i b the ouU e\p osnes couiso open to the government md The c o i l TTkot is f irh a c n e (hat to lor^ei a* on mco )»g this issue n a moderit* supnh of prompt % n Id oc fatil a otferecl u uH'v at r ull pnceb Dr Garfield his m e a d directed argc consumers are u c u i ulatine d r i e n t on to the fact tha t Jca«t SO ooi" stocks against th \ n er bu 3 0000 tons more of coal would be Tmo 1 1 h s tli re it o- 0 sono time ip;o Prostdrnl I hhoft of rh Pn ? H n club 1 1 k ChaiU^ Ston-, n l tntl G . e f ui 1 \\ b( f irr- I rt sul i t i i L the N n t u n f J n -,n ms stocking i not pr reedms as ·"ipid ^ a-s is desired Tbp pi^ iron iiaikct s extreme v "t -u nic'-cbaur urn ces arc pro t bittd from hipping to e 0 u!ar cus ners agam^ old c rde*- unless IT s et io\va that the pig iron is needed for ·war work or i eml **aced in the pre "e ence list of com e ci il const nicis and" in butb. circumstance fresh sales "vea: aie practicallv out of JIP question It is K n o w n that he raitter a c loilcss a^itnst government wor^ Tae the subject 01 con«Utatnn of a num niarke* i e n a m « quotab c at the i.t her f ^o^ernnienl ofhci i b last ^\ecK limits as fo'lows me urin s Pi Ga*~fie!(l ^ ance Me nLCded 'nb v c n co^pa ed ^ ih =-t %oar u order 10 rneeL tbc dcnantis of t i e 'Nil udtistiii. ind the domcsfi c n snmtr ·'nd peim t the e=^ ossen tiat i n d u c t c o opcratt on lavthmg ] kc d n o i n j - i nasis pr luct ou dnr nig t i c fust *" e mon' 1 ! of t 1= veai his shown an ncieise of bu 1 0 L r Q 000 tonh o\er ihc simt period ast Aitn.ru. u S U i c r 1 n uc In ^ (J b il r 1111 1 is l i \ i c k d into s, i T- of \ ibs acb II J^P\ r fioi i v,] t r n 1 r 1 i nt d off rl I s in dulc h is 1 n jirt pared nn 1 M"r 1 n r h is hifor i I Uu Sup rh tlu v,it ru i i i t m h s i n \\II1 j iy s (I u tfiorL i IK rltitis t j ^ IP i n f i the r Hut n i I H I of tlK j l n * r « . m ti 1 * * ·· IK u! Be sei e- Btwc No f u Malleabk rij fart, ""* idry Coinick cho.aman of the War Trade I oard Food Vdrin strator Hoo\er I S 1 go hcen ^crious onouqh to bring (o the These pr ces are f b furnace a t t TM t l o n of the 1 recent f eight froi i ihe \ ille to Pinsburg H ceems reison- h ctrti n t it ono t e n g 5110 since the advance fro^ f U v o lh ns mv b p e ^P^ted sho-t 0-. ccn^a Mav 22 ' v Defnile actio-i along the lines o* conservation or a Hare up which will LnftUeil Steel Orders Lnfilled oiders on. the books of the tbsxdiir* compin es cf the L n r i d tatcs Steel corpoiation Mav 31 \\ero S3376.3 ons you feel that yoor stomach, Irver or blood is ont of order, renew th-eir health by taking ' ) rinse on a dispute over the question of ( z s uiscnttals n h i c i n i H demand ih^. i r t ^ r v e n t i o n of President Wilson In th s connection it is known that i tentative I c of mdus f r e* \ v b i c h i mi^ht be if ected his lepn prcnarel ·* he PUP \dm ni^tr tion ard hat ' " C irfiold a determ ued to supper n conviction-, M action unless he i* · ekeii hv some o le h gher in ai ! horin r ! II ir 1 1 1 i i nn IU 1 S \ ..nil woilc s iy t v\i dost sir t h r f in i r if n sc. la, s TI is cap ! MS rurd into being an ittuck on D vens bis hall t am A v r the li n i o" lit t. it\ i Mi L t i He is ti it n to 1 i Tin uio v.ii t i nstiU ( UK hi*, fn nd-* pr^I n Chat hc TI s or v n t i n from Tic-,, o iville re- off a. fnit llcut«.u«»ncy i n \ i -\\luch the nev 1 i tts U ok t X d f i M (o c i r ,m s d i r m n f . «1 HAL CHASE OF THE REDS ! ^ e l tr l i n o bom in ul bv 11)1) tb I J . T n ri «?« QV UIMCTI n Both bt jgcl nurt Cu slmw dcul d t . | I N " CLAS S BY HIMSELF i d bot M f i o i i f l i . TCJE cn= v,lih \ i t i I r o o ^ h n ar 1 in d u n ; s j the} cntu od M ^ U I O J S tlonia s to sut i its il Icped tu ha\e eicanat u flora ^bcu i h f l o m enip ovc" i Poth Cascv and Ceor£t dirt 1 h- [ b to mal e j,ool on certain Thirds , T d ill -i it is b I t c v f 1 ] c u*- 1 the ' Lro 1 Iv i o\\uer to 111 ro itl Mi Ttn I e 1 * I3o \ e v c r a t i t t l th 1 a uo \ fct-tu h/is d r d i i I ro nt ^i tn | accord n^ to tL best n fonn iLioii ob ! ti nihli tl t there it iiottitnt, foi b -a j to "act upon * ·\rcICcchnIe is a slngter. into quite . V f t allHC TlPcord ' Tht e^ciercj of the ?icac coal p cr ot tb Diltnure ^ Ohio railroad t t-ttrt B-n n i s t j u n demonstrar 1 la^t \\cel^ \vhen j 000 t us of c o d u e r e loadt t n tbo nt M ol a \cb^ I n hi rcraar a le ahor ti IH of uro, Uoutx an Il'^^ m nines Th s estab | 1 hcd a world a record, to- last Joad I Like mo*t pitchers, Sothorc a is a ' hluk ttith tht, bat The Bnves and ulilct c-, 11 e nil cmr ot ^tei ID (he big piuct-fa^ion i Though hi Is nt t thc oldLbt first nqpn j.n n tho l u t l j n i l lei nc both n ijje n 1 p i t i pr ice Hal C \ s^ - s j thc 3 1 ill nni is H a class 1)\ alan-tn Goodnfn former Milvnukee iirn^o f Hil is nd no you j itcr burler Js DOTS s en -i n g wll h Uncle Sam. } ^ j n s ~ht ivho tl n. Ucus to skear lu n _ i of his hoaors. Uinitre Evans Uunk thac iliHur' Itstordin s L » ! 0 1 1 1 lori 1 t lilt. c.o 0 Otiicr fa tines nuotpontd Pult.1 11, J'h l a d i J p i ia St I nils, rrooklyn 1 oi!« s *« lu-iiuie p atsbmg at bust i loO I N U Cinci n u i at Brooklyn S Louis a P-iilacklplni 1 cs i rtfpj's IU - ult Boston 7 C i ij,o u Clvdincl Nt \ o r t o Ph ladUpiiu 1 D«tir3i S J,ouis t \\ I HI O u 1 ( hie t D o -( k u l i n d i St I ouis IV i . t u i o i i I ,! (. si - \ Ti«lij s VI i link n at C leago \ r! t Cle; i ] ti ! ia i t Del re i b l o at t r n , 1S Meye-sdale. SIM I U L \ ' i on n i * i i ui iii s x' u («i .1 11 I i O J ' l *». mdruJ j H* IJ( *·* Is * OM f j( HH v t r ti'--· ! IK DA 3IHS IN CC FIELDS 'i c u i c i M i f ( u r rtccu v i " ) t i c L b l ) Me t sual 1 u r n to Dr jj Joh e n n i i 'a' orn i ., i L r \ a t l t I t i 1 L -It (-S ! rmn I i ur t *i t kiisli \i 1 \ ·· t an i H ( I i n )f J » v cred tron i si,\i.i ho_l H ot a M L i \ u k STRANSFER I ITC POST OFFICE , CONNELLSVILLE, PA. bleuue i die O \ I It l u n t Mis C I PI i It rei n n to b horn ],, i n g!H i l l ti e ip h i r tint rs for hei f i t l i e i \sbo opp a n tl p A Ijipad Wasn for SIcin BSseass 35c t^1c -uid £1 00 AW£ PEAL £S7ATf a Sou h Efcnduv* io Fa. wral re for reatonnij natLral co or to R-S% a* Jiiir forrcao iBKd-iadn ft and an « hairdroin: U nnt a d o G t n a a c d bottler .it ridytoiuu 0 p nc lino Mainland f n c i s M i I i n i l is v i tim, ^ t IlbS J( 1 t th I a) I Md i^ he c 10 Zack Whmt retani to he Prook ( cation vvi h I t p a i t n u M Ivn bntt'n^ - r h is nnd* i \nsi ri f ^ V Oi i \ i s rome la th ! l a j l i -, imJ spirit of the ^ [ DD d n of ( jr i n ui. ot h i rilliricim Is a s p l t l i l l plttV a n l ^' r ^ J Hi I w is oht ir J i j B ston t r i m the Tn Mi s B i tl a n fit t s M J ms^U-ei d u ij Hs c u of t 1 Amcricnn as- KC M \or i Hull i tu ai .tion | Mou t 1 t,us nt l ., - \ t^ i I n / a a t,a -,lc r t M C rnw hn thr tirtiln s who ire Miss Ger r cl a'-e u i ni, m L i 1 r j in tb 1^0 ( i s 11 n ur t) i~ Me la^d Carts D f ad B ir ib arc oil hltda? Mr r d r d f - t f r c v h wd r i. 1 «1I hard * * · O h i r i o v D o i I \\ v i n ^ a p r e i t for tl Cul 11 hi cM i n n i fl I lii ^ nt i r,r it ( tp ind his I L tn is tim v O H I O I Y 1 I J m c n Mi tc the I( d s t i l u s ti IP f t i f i r e I L, b i n 0 J n \ ir S n 1 s I ept lam fro i j u hi f a n il v. UK 1 i best Mi nd Mr Cv ns S o tfu pas v k \ i h f l u t n - i ConoJ M i ] 1 « not P\I et T u b e i^uc: tei in a Mi ml M b O .. Sch ui i i j )iu hi 11 ti t! - ir bhov\ u 1 hi! k l j i ui t 1 to j § th i h e i e \\ (in Miss ^ a n uu H eh l i l Hub \\ i i Idont lit l a t e n t imports ha L him In the an ly I rn Uov r t it Phillip i f Iltsl i r suf r 1 hlo-w v-h n Tarl H i lit n 1 t l lul t j In ' n TV J n h i \ \\ is n thf j o id to i \\omle"ful ic ord \heu hc ^^ th UOM pit t t r of ·= 1 i pin, up t h t , I f sb I m uht. 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