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June 15, 1918

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IIT EDIT: Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 6,732 "Mfl"^ f)) IriraWiE, \OL 16 NO 1S5 CONNELLSVILLE, PA SATURDAY EVENING JU\"E 15 1918 EIGHT PAGES LOCATED AT LAST Big Guns Roar on Both Sides Between Montdidier and Oise Vounacd se\orclj Corporal Sld- ne S Stct on ri-enturi Pa Ken Cook Doioth^ U \ a Private Jo sepli T Ccnileski \ t o u i t C i r m e l Pa im! ^obc-t R Kobh lohiblour Pa i "W oo?y" Yancc VI lio LeH t OM- nellsullo liter Iteii ru 1 loin i'inlij D DCS. NOW IN THE BRITISH ARfilY i-,.ir OF TH1- rif.l R" III In toi'ij ·.jis'-iie of The Com icr pat,L n^lil I P L T J S tile tinil ntni 1 fr of 1 it, T [..er pu - lifihofi in tl i t u e s l of the h n h "chool Tin tudci ts j n rhirgp n r Uu u p t h h r ilkrtion o terns li v( \ orUcn hiid arrl r.i\c up It (, task for this ea.l u i 3i UK I nou rl , t that t leir ef nrts w r i t apprx ntcd STATE f-iia.titj luditncc Ont lor Prt- !cuUi.tion ot "5'dge.iat of L.Sjcrtj. PATRIOTIC THROUGHOUT ALSO ALONG THE AISNE British Take Prisoner^ in Local Operation orth Oi Beth an e. 4.CE 01' ACES 1 If.tZT H V R I M S Wt MTI tl) 1\ \CTTO \\ VSH'NGTON Jui e ID \ ^ anne Corps c tsuiltj 1st i 5ucri to(li\ ga\u S3 n-vrtes divided as CoUovi KiVett m action S wounded sc\eieh oo The li«t included "\\ound d severe Ij i loutenint ( b a r es I M u r n j SewicMej Pa and Prnate Ha-n I Donaldson Canonsburs Pa ^eTir;;";::;; ^»r\z NEARLY TROOPS ARE IN FRANCE Mi m i i r i l (i "Tank 1 'o Heir irom BJJ-. I in! \n\mn*. ji 'O.d to. I I " Tuntluul an) 4 J i s MI riitj Ihoir J arts \re Showered \SiU I on- ns, Iiwtxncu i; l« M e n dit lor Us iri U Sueiss Hassaehusetts F'ier Reported to H?ie Shot Donu h e (ermans in One J)aj, and IDs It«,ord is on Liidtr Investigation b) the Ofticers E vasociatcd Pres* IvfVOLl U, VXXSi JLXktb UK. t. 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Qdanoaged bv her encounter v Lh the -boa-t, lo- ire 1LIPU FIU MORI PABIS June 15--Se-geait I -\ 1 L atnam oE brooahne Va»s is i i t L to have downed *"ne Gern a on tne 10 Three of imam * aerial stories now are official and U e oinf fo axe unde r m;e.stiga 101 This ·cord with the fi c \ictorie 1 - jffictal- accredit-d, make Putnam*, to al ±3 pplantmg Lieutenant Ba\ ie» o j\v Bedtord Mass as the -Uiencaa e oC aces Le ja- bir | le i \ e at J . on t ai" No lo o^er the I Baltimore 1 O 10 railroid \ _lter \ Rusn^v C m M -i'le Ldw r d Lin ne* T i_nr n^ J ran^ J \d»tn Lring I eroj BarnVa Du i P D "Har ^^ T'lor-i Dun G r orge J H r v a n c e Adtlaidt Goorgt IT ji.oi! r D u n u a r Huinn'ire^ Carip* I Ijf ei · ng John T Fra zier Conn Ils\ Ic R D Tho-^ia- C emon s Dai )a r james "\ fonnell Dunbi UJCL Nelson D u n t a r and Daxid \ \ a r u a n D nba*- A l l e n G Kir c i Wilind K\ who s i so in eluded in 1 c c o n t i n g e n t is ot hih w a \ to Pitt'-hurg T nen will u 1 a t u n d tht LD ver 'j of ^itubu-g ^am th-oi ^ 1 on lu T h i l i p j n* in mKn^ TT! r t t n r n t d iu h tiu nrpini itiDn in ( in e ls\ ilh shnr h if *r v-i rt h ui ai n. ir "* an I no vorrt his sin I rn j t^ ^ e i from h i m un I his le u irr 1 from M o n t r i \ i t i c e \ T i II K low n i n 1 popuhr in \^ lit i u ic rs of Or r n j ir \ D nn n r t i ( l l Im t d oi ·\ 1 n e w ! c mt in u 1 uc In -uii i n e ifi'i Ott fi^urt i cm ^ al brane r j* 1 i t e n * . i \ to ma u,) a. ( o n K t 11 i^ j t i o n b it ui an 1 no i LOU 1 i an u n t C e i r i M L ch i u i \h w ir f 1 ji i r t m c u i iii.uret. re-, i Hi , r ) ij cut ,-eio s v,\i l u t t o s on ib bas s Oenc t Mircli i d t i t t!u ob'vi o is ( h i \ o tl t t c i in atu met £ t rst h v e v ia nt.1 r AJ imnonsc crowd tilling the lu to i ^c jou! audJioi ni lo tapocHv v, IL ue-^bt t n eld LO.\ ci-tru ^t-j fh^ I i 0 L a n t 01 f L^ti bj bv tljt, scino clas abt u £, it r v y P^t,"- L I '"iJith w n ^ pn suit d in n i n t ^ j s o J t ^ w ts d iTcicm i jin cla. s c ^ r u s o s in ot'i^r vc i H \UtLh fasorthic torn icnt 01 tl o t c u n g an COSLUIULA \\ is hc^ra OM r bO t,ratiuaiCj of Lilt sen jr r AS tool i»o. i 11 ( p g an I ol winch tK Jiei t b l i j t i i y did not l i v e d. coanett ·* plot but tit same idea don mated [h wholf 1 [ici ( nrjince bccncv d pict ng rond loufa btfore an i I t t i the A u t r eau rc\oiuisun \vb.( i ihc t o uni t W L T L j. ded In r ^ncc a i d ui lo he pr »eni time v.Jiea Vi ci ca la pavirtt, thf di.!ji ( f -,rau utlc wi p) \i_d In Ji li^t SCI.IK i ^ c cnt re c!Ujj^n\ grou[ed a^oui he GodilciiS of t i er i\ rt-pre-it i f t ^ i b ML^b Jarc Kenn 1 aiid Siiii^ Hie S ir pautJcd 1 5-11 DC 1 10 i idi nrt joliing Tlic tit;* in \ as t o r c h e d \ iHs leau G \ ins ( r - , Mi^s Hor n J v i u h i l l i i d Mibs Kaiber it \Ia^o nit a "s o he high ^thool aea ^r aaiictf w c i n r d i Hit u rv s on cf "'U s l \ i ^ uo^b of OF THE NATION (Keynote is Sounded By State Chairman Crow Before Committee FUEDS ARE FORGOTTEN Dettatcct Candidates Pledge Lojaltj to Ihe Party, One and AH. PRESU)LT IS SrPPORTJSD aHT is IHth the 4hiHDistration Vihole Fearfully in tht Prosecution o! \lji- (o i iiush, But Wffl Sot fenr- rouJcr IJij oi its Political Eights. lie-1 It ctod State (lisi DEMONSTRATION FOR COLORED DRAFTEES HAS BEEN ARRANGED ! W p shall jusisf that tfais J al conimonneiilth IK ;md t,baJI rein a ui tht imitt rial Rtpubiiwin toinmonnc il(]i m tin councils ot Hit mfcon. oiid that it sh-i!] be r p p r t h t n f u l IM JUpuJjIican loider- ship ind st*it« sm ni5,lui», and that load* rship imd ^faU smanshlp ·-IH II he pjlnotic and Juiai (o tae toimln iud tJit iltw;. ! and 1 oos tin had cha-g J ini V. ·ue r ir 1 fu p nel ant 'D*- roller my r i^ tnd rm'-ot^ of all sorts \ \ h t e t n n t m p-'n'v wa o artcrod in i le n t v if M a n i l a \ 11 i h o hid l e n rnado a c **pnr»I ot tlier w th ( tkj rpmas ir tw ) o t r p n v a e former 1 n \ n i r h t*\f* giia r d p i it 'ion ch i M e n p me d r n ' -or t i n e lat r r or w itM a m i r v ^ l n s f tni h ^al " gun^ Ttid ·^ i ipie t ru of v\ar e eapture o 1 " w b l e h u n i l d i in. u n o s a r \ f f r f - n ^ l a n d it I ipp nt- n o p ti f,a fa"- t t e r f t e s r ^ j ^ n ^ u p imi inikin a »( ni JH u n t i lanj, 10 s a i l " u i i Tin \vt H h ot gr tt of i i armed d i ! tod to p^ ^ nn bt rii v tir a of the c t u ne to qi c llectioi of oer mi rie j Man - an: and Miss to- h \ L m M (. r i c e i i a n ina Misb t th Ia | viri*,o liir 1 t h a ,, ot ibc j roj e I e 3 ' Ii he m si pisod \riHnean In ! anns w c i o nn m a dare o w o r h i p to t h t »ri.at bp ru aakine, -t ! tlu fu ur He i voak 1 Hu h OroJ /m p i e ! h e Ued c n( M i c\ e citl* In t e Indian (''inc w e b i a \U-Irk 1" u*. H u n v Os! n 1'iradi O ^ c r tin Pnnein i! Strppfs « \ f ""hur'-iJjn ! n i n^ and \ Idn ssi s I il r Tht r lorcc 1 poo Ic of omul v lie a ( i ! un us 'n ho d n n ot r c m UL cr L n in hone r th c o p i e d di i f t e i b w h o l a ! cen f u l l (' r h co| i iit] ' i t ; ! c i r i d t ' 1 1^0 n t \ r d v p\ un,. o i IP a m i-iS i t* j -, it I nn T L-ao ( h t i r 1 c i tst, T u ia% P%en n^ lid t r f u i i j )ror^ oi^^n in i in( i 1 1 Jp i ( 1 i in \ I in fr i t d tio I H fire Mi Mrs N t t O ^ ' A T V VKNS 01 H t S J J V M J ' S S i i I - ' M . ' j e n R V a i A i n b of Mverton ' hca-d nc m ner-i of C ~tp n^ D in Con U e r \ aict L i f f g a ) o' h s i u l i i a ts if not 1 o t t t«rxo P i hm n (t i o r nbe s i d ^ ^ t i -? u h t i he t^ t v ancf w Oi, in o\ n rsra s e t L t r: m a t i n 1 has rc"c ed . car from her v usbancl Ht i i l-.a- - i^ 1 s ^afo a m v I o i it nocr o Cor"pan \ als t it (c: 11 t Cf mpar i v i h a chancf d b v.jl knos i of scl bid as j t ch f f nf aff i n ici i v c rno i at t r ishu n on th O t i m a i h ti ii i v ic \ it .. d e l i I n t I an Th Ii i b Oi e ind li M re off VM scor^i IN jlttL.V5ll,L n \ H LONDON June 1 --*i at cte lul lo- 1 operation was carried out last S*u b Bniiah and Scout h bat Uo-s nortL of Bethune on th Flan rb front and o\er 60 pnsoneis were cen according to a st item ut is ^d bj Jie war office toda 'ITISH 01 Ht I \1* 1 s HIO-M I V H I M HI H(»I h ON Tl R T O I Mr Furnev L Lambert of the 20L Bai oon Companj fa^a ioncd a t ^^onroe \ a is -iiecd g a sho-t furlough with his part ntt \if aad Mrs \\ i ham (Cont nued on r agrti Two ) Ch \ \Uril EXPERT SWORDSMAN HERE \ ai ce Ii or\ b( frre ho bocaire retabcr 01 ( m j ^!l^ D He w j 4 a p-mtf 1 b tn ind w 1= 11 posr ] ro b a \ t co^ie to San Francisco "rora Philadclp ua In uia let fr o The Cour t r he savs he w tl bp a la 1 t r-i-Di r rrii an^ o* the o d Compui D bo s Fii 1 - r \ c r s^i ii'dn s i \S I h a t i C \ a n c o I ^ D Kov il F njri leers M o n t r C amp ^andw u h Kent Lnj, and ti 1 0 d( i eo i d h i \ e now i Jld bt a t i ilia h p f- ( \or to me ra h( M o l j t \ et t h e L hi ic a i t a i b ' T L e -, t i L. i n d, is I via c I id cl t.nmi, o U of hai d \ I 1 I r Jiari ok t u i c ntc i D u 1 o i ip the pli-s \c E t r i f a" i hoi in 1- nod d tensL Crif is ud to.no i ti ud Khod \ ^c od as t i di\ i l fht lo ris dano s }· Ir i S rot O a ! Jb t a I 1 1 1 Br a* 1 i h i Ule Smith f i Bnrk inr i li uun \\ar1 H t l f n M K Tin ^ b ic KIEV CATHEDRAL TUMBLES LIKE A PACK OF CARDS arj ( am u t S an] C ladj j f ' a j I j-isodi. tb ee of 70 w a s S^ * t rec ed T ° a!s ii 1 a potli t a i n . i -, of the C r tl u*. 1 o joria au Tnr Siir I ot t -^aia'i 1 b " Th ee I o l e it t. it. t , M i n fa! ion P bf T 1 tit t h e n First Sergeant CharlCo Hiles of the Supplj Lompanv 321st Infamn sia ttoncd at Cimp Se\ier S C i MSU ing at tLo borne of \I and Mrs John S "Yard a Sou h Prospect street Sergeant Hiles hai had 1 i years Sergeant t hurles Hilpf June 15--Charles Alfred tlrst i U rloui;li in 11 nioa who is said to ba\e be n em ived m aa important capaciij in i TIEIS T of niuautons was rsod in Bow street police court 1 laj ^vith conspiring with S r Jo h Jonas former lord ma^or of ^^ -meld who was recenJy ar ested ex ^ c 7ce m"tbc a^ry,"and'is onTot the charge oC having conmuEicated f n e £Q ^ n cxpe , t w o r d s i n c n 0 - t h a ormaion useful to the e^e^^^ L n itcrl StaiCb He is also an expei ,, pistol shot horsoman and sharp l-OKTAHO OF BtU.UV 1 * U h ooter Fe served f t c vears in the t O M l M f s I N U f i r H ) ! p hl i lppl ,, c! jg months m Chm i wo VASHINGTON June 15--Denorta | e ars in Alaska and was w i t h Gen and [oreeu labor inflicted o i BU C i a i p er ] , n g s expedition m^o Mc\ n civilians i» tee Gor-nan g i D r n lco T us is hib f u s t funoush in 11 at not only continues un»jattd butU c a r s taken on a new character a "Cord j te a memorandum presentei. to i . , _ _ _ isniCTI rctarj of State Lansing uj tli Bel rMNGLEl) BY FLY V/HEEL n minister and made public od'u te deportation of ctulans i-- still L n tler tlpsi Uadlj Ininrod in \cci- ig carried on states, Jie memoran d, n i \ r j, r (onlluu'ce. ^ especial 1 ^ n Jie imluao ?cno Specli to rl e CrurlT th compiises the tv.o ria dors i co \FLLIAcr June lo -- W hile at Ing Vircn of this ^ear : 7( t lie'. , m k j ee , c _ rtj) , Dn lhe HenrJ ChJ n al! commons of HC ha.\e been lov , nsh p _ oari r o l l e r Bear Johnsoll n f r o n Locl-ercn m f^st Ian ! chal ,^ Lutho-Close a n e m p l o j r was , to cto -iilhta-i w o \ l on the vest serloll , 1} njun!d w hen h s arm i-aa front The -ames o* aH j-r 1 _ and caught in a jiv-^heel nen 'rorn It to 10 ear= -aere re Tlle arm was [errlbly manglert and ed b the Germans 'mm Mo=t cio=e was other itse injured He was o of tlu oo\s deporteijgaie as rus hed to the hospital ng as 13 1 - ear-, the me-n iran ' st-xtes DUGGAN WILL ASK HOTELS TO GET RID OF MALE EMPLOYES U n i t ilamiiA Itnia^lil in I kruoLin Capital l) i pliisi ins 111 J l l l l l l l i l IIS ('111 It. Bj \S L I t I P S \^ STbKDMl j u n r \1 c.am i D i was Cdlistd ill Mc\ t i Lk 1 ill] [iiti! 1 j i e\p oston i ths. tuu t t i t ^ HOI s tne c on JUIK S d' ) tht. · ! okal Vn/eitjGi of Bcrl T h t r t \ \ c r t 1- olg t \plobtons uid s f v u a l a mal 1.1 one» Hbt ng irom id ocloci n Jie inornin-, u n t i l late in Plans to Hnic n o m i n bnliMituttd in 1 J 1 let oi S U n u r S(S lor J ii^lit Manunl \1 orK M vxar John Dut,;jtin Uns morning bud thai hi. i i L e n n c u t iking up ihe ,, je a r t c l u o o n ir^t e r o f gpttine ' . . . about he ho ei p-opricton, soo i The masor pi in W o s % n O V o r ind lhe s l l l _ n l s t u r i l e d mlo .img to h a v e the male help Mibsti smol ,i (le , lng mlssrb of d b l l s B h l l o REGISTRANTS MARRIED SINCE MAY 18,1917, TO BE JIECLASSIFIED Drastic i n i i i d n i i its to Unit i i f i r u l i - tmis Iro Maili In 1 loxist ll.Lr- shal («( m rai ( rinult r Till, ihafl ttoa db h j \ ^ e c e n r l f i o i the i m p o s t roirblnl genin a oflitc dnstic. i i i u i d n i n b to the let ^ Ih th s stirnnir C"-no^t Chair- tian M J- Crow opined iho meeting j ) 'he K i ub! can tuu*, commiaee in p h i b d e l i i i a \ sterda\ Making k p am iha ilu partj is =tandm f c wi h U e Prv-^idei u ilu pro^i \.\ on of the MI C l a n r i i n C -o\ ga\ no ice that " jvrn is IK su^rcndf ring a^ ol t u nical r L,iii = 1 i ie is a docirn said Chai-- ia i (. o \ b ing pruinu gated i oi phoiu hi s ~tc t.nd "dt on that I t us \\ ·- jpptD u ja^e on han^i a 1 i i on th u lie R f p u j h c a n ion \ p- a \Ml nU ^ a r oll i c m-endei i s h i ' l i n g h t pldct Fin rsdi i rn n i "'i i, i r i i i nd \ tlidravi t o r n the ' n li -MM nh st'i l r - i m n o n s on w roiu a n clfon to dect Jtepub 111 ^ ·- - M l t I H M ( ( n » - o i d , ,, o o f t c w i c r i hit eldtion or ai n n s l u rt t lo r 1 i ^ t o na ta .M*n m ·'! l r ' s ru I j ' u o u n n A ^ soilt I,-, 0 i.al dil fnr «i(. i \ ) i l n l n i li i e r _ i ^rou i I j i,. naug I n n , l U iro I I o r r 1 u i o i cl , i \ f i t t OT il stnie would i I i r n ic or"i" « be rend d as i t c i t i u n i s i j ion a \\a«h- IOOT r n 1 nri rt i i i a j w ( L l i b _ol on'j unpalri w i'i !b J - i f c i = ic l o o i t - d ot L i ui ; j j r t ' i c n s it S r is \ bi o ild IOL (or_i lut the Re I b 1 U I I I K ' li jrm s nml r- [ e n ) ^ \ is K rn on "ejn \\ ·for i w'l )i i ir- ( \ i 1 b in i i i 1 , had . bii h ai ud in 1,1 E v. i v \. ) d Ii y i 1 mi u nti ik ru nb injs of co i i -· i i. c 3 ! ) *· ' k i i nu i ^ war ut pi mi j, lueif v i" s ' 1 IIIT- i ' i "or t ba li of j( in orla I nco n m the 1 1 r -, TI ni ^,1 nd-i c i JK 1 o Io\ L d made this na ·« i ( r l i i l l * i l c oi l J i n r u ' i j-nd n fact a lane of id i. t t s i n ·- ' i i T i 1 v ai i j i c anu IL 1 is dark u i ' ; n ' i n 1 n r ti ^ i o 1 L i n OL s lusto'-v w e Ml « n t' c t f i l l ii -re p LI! - I f om I t olllPrag to \ n i 3 i r u r i H ] i i 01 c 'IIHI t on^aide of JJ giun 1-iauce u IH 1 l n t in irirnr I I \ s 1 11 an J '\ IQ hi w AI on who % r l i e ] ic 1,1 hi in wi i i in t i / j on and in Jiis v*ar c n-noti ca 1= l u n l he Lunsnar t m l zatioi of D '! \ oD-\n 1 is prts ! i! of llu ^ d No n asi - n ewr found i h o or.,11 / i n I lie C P in i n e n ! ° ' it m ht jtc HI jhcjji pjr j i i i t,unon ^ is n ult i p if J o V 1' ^a h t n a w ib the la gw-t of the lo h Ml n thii a i Jin \ J I I 1 ' ' l l l « i m reci i j-ears senator 'a n -UK t D Hi"t i "I ob J! ghna Co n-iussioner ! O N i . - o B dloniAii CongTe^s- in in lo'm { K bcott btnators Pen CLASS SERMON TOMORROW r !' ll1 , s '' ^:° ^'-- °p»»- n rt c t laidaiOb 01 J ndtrs o' oppos ug il s Jii tin. jei_em pr n-in caiii- -n \\ i » prewnt each making ad- bts iiiuicating complete harmony n H I MM w a n 01 f'i * hunr M j f l \ W r i N s Hi^h S h m l V r ulu UN TJ e I t b i r on o h _ d d u u t s the nn-^? au t on jf stuaroi bproul i" \ac elec- unsr nd of male h e l p , 7 hc S s b e i m c l 7 ^ hodlM co iKpse 1 u l Ulons r e l a l i n e Lo n ' in ^^ ° ct rt el, of the utv with tin. | !lkL a 1ack of L l l d s h o « l t b W C I C | istiai Is ind u c p t n d e n c j U unb b i* ho=e depone I mstead ot iemg to Germa i\ as in tne ^ast are bei^g st"t to work in the r gion nd J c G-trrnan front n France VL rOHOUILCS ( OLLIDC ^ J C oi Iniontfli.n ^Innitrr J n i o i c d Near yount I'll isanf, Mrs C I Sch'-ode" \\ifc of Re\ Schroder ol Union own asd ht,i son H T T O N E \ V I ! ^ were rLade-cd uncon c ous jeiUrdaj 1\ VU^tl I ISC xao'-n ng when Jie autotnobilo In \SHI\GTON June 1» ^The nn -\vhici thcj were ridir^ was hit b altj ist i= tied todaj coutt.mtd ^.c^cJier nachire alons t^e Mount ames divided as f o l l o w s Killed Pleooani road l o l he occupants w j rt? thrown f i o m the ca- ^Ii-s Schroder 3uff c ring an ugl\ gash on the h^ad Vcco- 1 pined b% Re\ fachroder and ano her ton \\ho \aa retaining i onu. Corporal Fiank or a furlough tht injured uoman and Pa. die^ of dis her son returned home jesterdaj ait tiled foi bi Vi« nen thij i ictv to c,t.t L useful occt-pati m or Igut under tJie pi a a t now ni e banned do^vn b\ Provost Marshil General Crowdcr i o u can go up along Uicse railroad tracks said (h* 1 major and oe ttomcn ^ h t c h n j . casungb around and ' h.t,n go to i hotul a,nd sec a na,u come ! 1 ntire \utlitorrm Is iakcn for Cluss into the room cLirjTng a t r aj Those I I'lav on llmilnj ii?Ji(. people ought to trade job= 1 ateid patting he maici up to the hotel j owners m tl o c t j Mayor Dug 0 an ii pasuing the \ u r n i of rcgibttrnib u e unmplojert in Lue ciU QI taosx, who do noi, have \ibehil occupa ions ^\ hen he rcaa the hit of occupations th*i aTMe c as=ed as non produtti\c his morn ng he para graph including gambler^ and bucket bhop nien caught his e've Pheso are 'lie fellows I am reilJj sorr for he saic. a a. sa^ca^ttc tone Just to i\ha L extent the or ler of the neif,hboihooL of the n u n i t i o b . a sea of file lhe 1 olsikJ conunt \v is destiojcr- i RECORDlEAfSALE Horordi, fot scat siltb v\ ert, broken ·\Catc~dai. \\I e n e \ e t beat m he high school fo the c1a= p i n Thr Tint, of: His Ijifu \vniei \sil bi s iged 0*1 Monc.-v i Jie aud tonum \\ is bold b 4 o clock T leser\aiions \ \ J i c h % v e i t made bj phone \v II be held unt I 6 ocloek on Mondaj night ipon m m ah w h i c h w tl nceesfaii Lie lhe i c c l i = b f u n t i t n of. all ea=e ir \ o \ M i g m iri gc sinfx ^ TV 13 1)1" Undei Lhe new i ulcs tLe- act o dependcnc t stilting troin m 1 1 igc ot a i egiiairaiit w ho lias Become - i slice jonu ir l- last Lhe date w l i e i C o n g ess authon/cd the icgistiatio i of i en bccom ng of at,e since J u n o D 3917 w i \ e c.ibieE,anled as a ku«n fl foi riefeired cla sif cu on H such r c g j s t i a n t b ha e connected mai iiL.es prior Lo Ma IS 1917 the d u e w h e n the seleetne s n ce law w is e clod but on ( i n u n to J a r u m 15 1J1S clanrs refened clasbifica ma on ht giound of riep ndciie i t s u l l i n g f i n m ! his m ti i iiL,e t i c faet oJ depenfienev w i l l be d s r c g n d e d as a giound r oi )f I h t 1 IS [ l l S 3 (U 111 II 0 l c l O o l , u i n u ^ U lo ) u n v n " H " lu ind U \%hole Republican ticket bv I O L o k M t i iHoi u i K t \ \\ L monsiei m ijontics at the \oicmber M t \ i u D I t r i i n ,, « il d cleuion J i u i UK L I i n n il \ ill n \d T i t toummoe -c clcctcf iU old son IM 1 pi de II I U B un iol officer b^ icclan ation Tncj are l o ^ s Senaoi \\ i Cio\\ chairman, \\, i Pi lud K i f e i Ortlio i i a ' i i a i \ Biker H«rr ·= )urg socrerir\, H u m 0 i \ 1 UuiM.li ^otu ti , a t \ C h a i U s J o i n s o i Norristown! In\-( t .tion Ue\ J II J amou c oii i r c a i c r U i a n u m Crow has -eap- I J M n i ' l i l i h n vmiii i _ ' p o p i e i G i l l i a n p G illagher A\ ilkes- ±1 r.h bt oo] IJOTUS Birr pub! cm d n c c t o i M I ptiiu 1 n J u \ \\ J 1 v c i a i l . The making of he plat'orm has P ' l ' l i f -^ j L u t k i t r been pltcLd in UIP hands of I*i i u 01 1 H dom i mi t t lii = h Sthoo! C h L i ion e\ \\ 1 ML! \\ u 1 j t-, BeuediL 10 t ica 1i\.\ a COTO- f 31 the state chairman and I ibe ue candidates Tins ^odj- will report to a mcetinj, o f t 3 = ate cora- m l i t r e o )e bol 1 JP ^t sburg or Har- 1 alue IlpdlonJ miuMer Coning CON^LUENCF Ji no l a - R e v G W Dean of Bedford w i l l ncacli tomo~row morning m Lhe Christ an church Kllled ction S died of uounds 10 died cctdeats 1 died of diseast 8, nded se\ ere 1 v o2 \\ ounded de- uade ernined 4 The hat in ed wound er Pi^tsba-t; o p the BrooiLs Ii j i the sa e o f licit or ae Piooits laft in L_ General Crow dei ^ iU affect, hotels depends on ft hat cons ruction can be placed on pio i s o r s o p the BrooiLs Ii cen=e law ^o^crning t'. m Pennsyi-\ama The normal j^ , ould not permit *o,n | and ^ en abou bars , . , , da is the, noon weather forctas for Western Pennsylvaiii lomperaturc llttord 121S 1017 M nmmni 50 u Mean 62 1 do Jame^ F Old e noon \1 ill Vtt*nd ilrrton Funeral. All members ot the G r inl \rinj o* the Repub ic a i t lequested to moc at if e office of Corinandoi ^ P Clark Sunda 1 * afterroon it 2 o clcc^ to atter-d the funeral of. Capta n Rob I ert S Morton G7 ; The ^o\igh r \er fell during i night from 1 jU feet to 1 lo feet ('e erred c!as c 'tic itior u n l e pendent is i Unld of the nnrmt,e 1-oin 01 urborn c i 01 \n oi to h u o 1 1 91S in fth ch case tlic icsi^tian* bhill bo iss\g cd to C Uss II In like m i n u e t lamis foi rlefci cri classifica ion bhill be djsrtgaided in the cise of registi nils otliei t in hose v ho 1 IM become 21 «mo( J u n e 5 391" and ft o 1m c mi ned nee , Maj S 1J1" unless the child foi j v/l om 'ependc c is i %\nK 1 v. i^ 1 01 i 0" oi befoie June 0 101S Such cc isliaut" sbi J ilso be s O ned n Cliss H T'ie irrended rules do no l e q u n e the tra^s^ei to Cl iss il of ir\ ro^ i t i a i ft ho 1 i 1 - bi on fim h dossed m CKs I on he iflj"in\u\i find\n-, tint h s rnariiage since Mi\ 1 q 1^17 u is mi tic ft th the Me\v of e^adi"^ POSTEREXHIBIT 1 (huh s ( iiooi s i u d f i i f s Mion ! u! I i t i n Hid V n t i t i i j 13is(or\, I ittn in ! \neien hist i \ ^cpirt ment 1 - of l) e C oniu I s M l l e ! h schou hue been rt ) n n , nunnj, the \ e n r and s.hibi'' to ^ h o ^ i o i i a e t i c a l \il ' l i e of he s u \ ( the e rl issic^ So c (f the f e i u i t - of ihe e\ihi l 110 clippn t,s f om nt --j ipeis pr »\ ing t i t c t i ^ s u a l G us ons and i i^ to ic rfei e IP*- bound I f sons al lentlms corim en cement ei en · trc i | \ i l c u to MM Die exhibit u rooms 2 inl **~ i the high '·chool PRINCffALACQUITTED the miltta l scmce. mi Halt n on J'ui il \ [ ^n'v 1 i of \ a^dt i bil \ \ h o \\asa iecu c e I cf a k s til and l a i \ and it r i at »= n i t uid ba. ien fo ^hippin t t (. a irle L u n l p i a pup 1 ·uas iequ t u d of thosi cha s, s e i t i d a ^ f l e i loon jn cou i n I n ontov-n i d In eo^is u e r f \ laced on t h e conn \ JL. I D c K \nci{ ni l u c u U r 311 rv thai no mal had )eeu show *.j J that a 1 n j etd do w a s dispose of. t i e costs RUNAWAYSRETURNED I-arl and [ d^artl ^n^Ur I mind at ( u m h e r l n i d ind l i~rnolit, \\. \a. Pi inri I h\ard S n ^ d t r ele en and ni IL \OTTS old borb of Vr and Mrs h I binder of (tdTi a\t.nue who di^app*. i"cd from hor»o lao=dav Tere lotatu] 1 fnu sdi l\ tlio r atl t-r one at Cm b iland t h e otliei a lagnolia \\ \ a ind ire 10^ hick ai hoir i me 1 olln^Tnt, up clueb thit hcv Ji 1 ne cast IK fa li^r found Ld \ i i d t ti t )m ne n P P D a r n e r I rt\ i i n 1 \\\ 01 ^ r ^ n-i dor *it Cumin rl 11 a \ h i ( 1 ilic t he arr ^ ed T )U d n 110 n nj, Ir ^ t n e m n n u ilu bo^«- beca ne sc i l d ! C uml 0-1 ind uiid Far! \\alK d h sail to Ma-,n il a "0 miles i\ i u l e i c \ l a u s t d a i d nin^rv H "*»·- al en n b\ ^ i \nna C ]\.)b^ \ 10 i ii({! for 'uin o\^.i n f,h nnd i l u n U t r i i ig *i *. = on noi fied tli" office Thc\ u i ed ho Biluiio-e ^ 0 no P i n i l s it C i m b o ' - l u i d a i d the 1 \ v.^-- tusrnod to h s fit it,r All cimt. hoi 10 ]a i enir 17 " Bi nd (.tin ^ In MarU ton TLe Cjme!lb\ l i t M i l i t a r y band v, 11 pla\ a t in ci foi He invalid ^oldient

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