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June 15, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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SATURDAY, JDNE 15, 131S. THE D4JLV COTIRfBH. OONNElJJ3Vrr.J .E. PA. x-AGE JEWS OF THE DAY AT ML PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED At tlie Tfieatres. of Daugblerw of American Revolution Entertained. NURSES ENROLL FOR SERVICE TITO -ire Willing te Go Abrt-nd, Others · B«ady to Lcml 'Iheir Str.-iccs at j Home or nt Oie Training Camps; Children's Jhiy at Lo«il Charclt. Soeciu! u. The courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, June 15.-The Philip Freeman chapter ot the j Daughters of the American Revolu- j tion celebrated .Flag Day at the homo ( of Miss Nellie Rupert on Main street.' The house was beautifully decorated . in roses, ferns and alfalfa. Twenty- ; five ladies were present. Tbere was music and a guessing contest. A pic: nic dinner was served. A[ias Ru- , pert's home is one of thti historic · spots of Mount Pleasant, bring over a century old. The hostess had on i exhibition a spinning wheel, clock ; and other articles that were over a ·· century old. The ladies reported 300 j glasses of jelly sent to the Camp Lee j boys. Miss Clara Pritchard of Con- j nellsville, the regent, presided. The i local members of the chapter are j Mrs. Mary Zimmerman. MUs Nellie Rupert, Miss Emma MiUer and Miss Araminta Galley. Xnrses Enroll. The drive that is on for Red Cross nurses has resulted in Miss Elizabeth Donet, superintendent of the local hospital, enrolling the following for service overseas: Miss Isabel Big- bam and Miss Effle Ellenberyer, two of the graduates of the local training school; for cantonment work, Miss j Cora Hohman and Miss Mao Keslar, I R. N.; for home defense work, Mrs. | Mary Jordan Albright, R. N.; Mrs. ; Rowema Slaughter Myers, Mrs. Re- i becca Clowes Braddock, Mrs. Sara Hood Braddock and Miss Rank, and one pupil nurse, Miss Olive Rega, who '· will enter training at the T.'estmore- land hospital on July 1. Children's DOT. Children's Day exercises will be i held at the.Church of God Sunday! morning and evening. In the morn- j ing the primary department will j hold exercises and the evening t h e ' program will be of a patriotic nature. As Compared With Last Year's Estimated Production of 551,728,000 Tons. NEED 634594,000 TONS 'h:r; Year to jfloej ttuny New Ueiuir- m-'-nts fur Cool' und Many Increases j in Demand, Kspi-cially ior. Shipa j in Transporting Troops.' MARGUERITE COUKTOT TILE PAKAilOUXT. | Mill's production for i will be shown. the Artcraft, "THE UNBELIEVER"-- The greatest patriotic picture produced since 'RUNNING SORES VANISH mount. "The Unbeliever," adapted by I . Lhe Edison studios from Mary Ray- j San Cura Ointment H(;lfcvcs Terrible Skin Itch Like 3iogic--Cures Also Eczema, Salt Kiienm und Hi-als Ulcers. A Most TTondi-rful Ointment Thousand*, have blessed the day mond Shipraan Andrews' novelette, "The Three Things," and featuring Raymond McKee and Marguerite Courtot, is a thrilling and inspiring j sensation. The .United States Marine ! corps cooperated witfe producers in! the making of this picture, and many the T first u '' ar l o* San-Cura. for of the scenes were taken in the ma-! ^ousauds oE _ homes in America, its ri- plot of the story Tient of interest, the appeal to na- j °TM ° r noTM persons. f t h e scenes were taken n t e m a - , s ine cantonment at Quantico, Va. The ; wonderful quick acting, Healing poiv- lot of the story contains every cle- j er lia:i frcetl fr o : " terrible aiffiliclion I According to a statement issued by i tlie Fuel Administration the United States must furnish 034,594,000 net j tons of bituminous coal to feed the \ every-inereasing denianuB o£ the war i machine for f u e l and to keep the ' country warm during the coal your : b e g i n n i n g April 1, J93S. Estimates compiled by the United States Fuel : Administration indicate an Increased bituminous coal consumption, which , must be met either by an increased: production of. by conservation and ·' limitation in the use ol coal. To meet , this demand in f u l l by production ' would mean an increased output of j 14.4 per cent over the production for the year 1917, which amounted to 554,- 72S.OOO tons. The estimates just completed are based upon figures submitted by the various departments of the government indicating their increased demands for fuel during the current year. In some cases the Fuel Administration has fount! it necessary to go directly to industrial consumers to ascertain the amount of their requirements. To secure an output of 634,594.000 tons during the coal year! it would be necessary LO maintain an average weekly production of more than 12.000.000 tons. This amount i has not been produced In any single , week during the history of the bitura- . inous coal mining industry. Tbe near: est approach to this requirement was \ reachfd d u r i n g the week of May 25, when the week's production was estl- i mated at 11.811,000 net tons. j Tbe demands for sending ships from ! American ports on foreign service ; show the largest percentage of Increase. Tbe Shipping Hoard has estJ- i mated that to supply bunkers to ships in the foreign trade w i l l require Caused by Rash. ItcHeJ Dreadfully* Skin Reo and Scaly. Became Almost Unbearable- Arms, Ltmfcs, Chest and Face i Affected* Used i Cake Soap 1 and 1 Box Ointment* "I had a peculiar skin trouble. It was caused by a rash which itched so dreadfully that I scratched so bard at times it would ^ ^ bleed. The akin wts red "*" f'V and scaly, and if my clothes _Z- j touched it. the eruption became almost unbearable. My anus, lircbs, chest, and face were affected. "My sister told me about Cutlcura Soap and Ointment, and now I am healed by using one cake of Cuticura Soap and one box of Ointment.'* (Signed) Edward Frits, 2320 N. Fifth St., Philadelphia, Pa., June 30, 1917. You may think that because Cutici.ua does such wonderful work in soothing and healing severe itching and burning eczemas it is not adapted to the gentle uses of the toilet. On the ccia- trajy, that is just where it is most effective in preventing these serioua skin troubles. Sample £«oh Frefr by M*il. Address postcard: "Ciitiourn.U-pt. R.Bo*toa." Sold everywhere. 5oap25c. Oinnnen'JJSandGOc. ·JVWftftfWftSttfVV^^ Who to PiitronTEe. | Those who advertise in The Daily j Courier. I Horaces § Clotting p $1.00 Ladies' Bungalow Aprons of light and dark colored Percales, full size, well made, TQif* Special .-......-. fl t/x/ 25c Novelty Figured Voiles, beautiful floral and siriped patterns, 1j Q 1 _ special, yd JL^ 2 x/ $3.00 Heavy Cottotn Blankets in grey with blue or pink borders, size 64x7i, woolette finish, Special ISc Ladies' Gauze Vests, very special, each Up to $4.00 Women's and Misses dull kid and patent leather Pumps and two-strap Slippers - $1.50 American Alarm Clocks. Correct time keepers and positive Dickerson Run. DICKERSON RUN, June 14.--.Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jacobs ot Dickerson Run received a card yesterday from their son, William, saying he had arrived safe in Prance. You will get comfort and style if I eiaraine your eyes and flt your glasses. Dr. A. L. Tucker, Optometrist. 105 South Pittsburg street, Conaells- v-ille.--Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Jackson, Mrs. 3. C. Jacobs and daughter. Grace, ·were shopping in Pittsburg yesterday. Mrs. John Landymore and Miss Jessie Landymore spent yesterday visiting relatives and friends in West Newton. Robert Reed returned to his home in Pittsburg yesterday after spending a week here with friends. Clyde Randolph, John Landymore and J. L. Thomas were Pittsburg business callers in Pittsbur;; yesterday. Mrs. Mary McCun; and son aro spending a few days visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. Dilwortk JIc- Near at North Bessemer. Don't neglect your (yes. Sse Dr. A. L. Tucter, Optometrist. 105 South Pittsburg street, Coinellsville.--Adv. tlonal pride and' patriotism, the rtc-| KnunJng- sores or ft'vcr sores, no velopment of a man's soul, a friend- i umttor how lung- standing will soon i per CCD t ra0 re coal than in 1317. The ship that regards self-sacrifice as a I «lwipp«ar wlu:n San Cura Ointment is industrial requirements of the coun- prlvilese and a great chivalrous love "«*'« or we will rc-fnnd your money. Binning Carbon Or.e of the most powerful things. Will cleat: your engine bettor than scraping. Save time and money. "Wo are ready for all repairs, welding and brazing. story. Raymond McKee is seen as II cures so often that tho Laughrey Philip Landicutt, a young man oC ! Drug Co., Coanellsvillc. and the H road- New York's wealthy leisure class, who j wa ? Drug Co.. Scottdaie, guarantee it is firmly entrenched behind , class j fo r any of ;he troubles mentioned pride, race prejudice and unbelief in ; above and for burns, scalds, bruises, the God of Christianity. "The Un- 1 frosted feet, chilblains, boils, car- Hever" is really a great photoplay and i bancles, soiv nipples, iichin;; piles. a distinct contribution to the American war drama. THE PAllAHOUJfT. Ohiopyle. June .15.--Misses Mildred Hershberger, Mildred Bailey and Adeline Potter spent over Thursday night the gues's' o£ M:ss Elsie Beggs at Confluence. Mr. and Mrs. Harbaugh Hall of Bear RRtin spent Friday shopping in town. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Burdette and son and Mrs. Hochstetler motored tu Uniontown yesterday. Miss Ada Morris of Bell Grove Bear Run spent Friday shopping in James Hall of Maple Summit was a caller in town yesterday. Miss Tissue of Bear Run spent Friday shopping in town. W. H. Olotfelty left Thursday afternoon for Connellsville on business. R. V. Ritenour vras a caller in Connellsville yesterday. "THE -FLOOR BELOW--A Goldwyn attraction in which Mabel Normand, the charming screen star, is seen in Patricia O'Rourge, a copy girl in a large newspaper office, is bn-ing shown today. Care-free and happy- go-lucky Patricia gives little thought to the problems absorbing the newspaper men, preferring to torment the oldsters in the office and match wits with the youngsters. It means nothing to her that her associates are agog over the activities of a band of crooks preying on the rich and the police are watching the settlement house of the wealthy young Hunter Mason. "When, however, the girl gets into a scrape which causes the managing editor to dismiss her instantly, the situation has a bearing on her life. She is given a chance to save her job by going to the mission as a supposed derelict In order to learn what the editor suspects. "What follows forms the big surprise of the Throughout the picture Miss Nor- ' manrt captivates and chfirms, raffling' her kisses at the charity balj with | the same ease she does ia the big dra- ' matic moment when, with all against her, she assumes the guilt of the womaa who ryd lied to nor. Again Mabel Normand demonstrates that she is a dramatic artist of force, and fiinesse. A selected comedy is included. Monday "Tjhe Unbeliever," featuring Raymond McKee nnd Marguerite Courtot, will be shown. Theda Bara will be seen soon in an interesting production. Money back if not satisfied. San. Cura. Ointment is 30c, 60c and $1.20 a jar. Acquire a soft, velvety, clear skin by using San Cura Soap at ail times, Lhe antiseptic soap, 25 cents, Thompson Medical Co., Titus- villu, Pa.--Adv. KATI03TAI, LliAGTE. lesk-rday's Jtosiilis. Boston 7; Pittsburg 6. New York 7; Chicago 0. Brooklyn i; Cincinnati 1. Philadelphia 2; St. Louis 1. St. Louis ri; Philadelphia u. try, augmented by tb.fi tremendous expansion of war manufactures, demand IS per cent more fueL daring 1918 than during 1917. Tho public utilities of the country will need 15 p?r cent increase, domestic consumers a 13 per cent increase the railroads a 7 per cent increase over ihe requirements of last year. In addition to these increases, new requirements for coal will demand an additional 9.000,000 tons. Two million tons of this are allotted as a sub- Chicago Xew Vork Boston Cincinnati Pittsburg Philadelphia Staudlntf of the Clnbs. W. L. 32 14 31 1C 23 St. Louis Brooklyn , 19 Today's Scliodnlc. story. ' Pittsburg at Philadelphia, Chicago at Brooklyn. SL Louis at Boston. Cincinnati at New York Btituie in the west for oil, wbicb may not he available because of ocean transportation difficulties, and 7,000,- | 000 tons will go to give an additional 10 da3's' storage supply to the industrial concerns and public utilities out- I side of the Xew England states. The j regular allotment to New England will provide for 30 days' additional storage in those states. "While the individual items of the estimates in its present, form may be j altered from time to time as conditions change, the Fuel Administration, is convinced that tho total estimated t consumption ie not in excess of the 'T-r i year's requirements. .4/9 ! The following table shows the estimated requirements in tons for coal "^ j f o r the year 1918-10: Industrial 242,02-1,000 Domestic 75.678.000 Pub'.lc utilities 37.9-11,00(1 Railroads I C O . O O O . O O f Exports 24.000,000 B^eMv-; coke 52,450,000 Bunker. forciRm 10,000,000 B u n k e r domestic 5.000,000 Power and heat at m i n e s . . . , 12.500,000 BOTH PHONES OPPMS TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PcL .690 .660 .435 ! .404 I No More Guesswork when you bake. No ruined pastry;no poorlydono bread, no wasted material -- no worry, because of wronS oveo regulation. If Ton TVnnt Something Advertise for it !n our classified column. One cent i-. ·word. OfcFHEO" THEATRE. AJEERfCAS LBAGL'E. Vc$I*srd.iy's Results. St. Louis 5; Boston 4. Chicago 7; \Vushingtar. 4. New York I I ; Detroit U. Cleveland i; Philadelphia 2. Standing 1 of tho Clnlis. W. L. Boston New York. _... Chicago Cleveland Total 62C,63-i,000 S u b s t i t u t i o n of coal for o i l . . 2,000,000 To increase Ntsw E n g l a n d stocks 7,000,000 "THE RISE OF JENNIE CUSH-! St. Louis ING.**--Features the beautiful Elgin : Washington Ferguson. Jennie is a child of the [ Philatlelphi; slums, of unknown parentage, who \ Detroit -runs foul of the law when she nearly j kills a street urchin, one of a gans' Today's Schedule. torturing a cat. "Friend Husband" j Boston at St. Louis. is a very entertaining Mack Sennett comedy. Monday and Tuesday "The "Wlxispering Chorus," a Cecil B. De- Vashingion at Chicago. New York at Detroit. Philadelphia at Cleveland. " Total requirement?? . . . .634,594,040 These estimates show gains over estimated consumption in 1917-13 as follows: Industrial. IS per cent; domestic. 33 per cent; public utilities, 15 per cent; railroads, 7 por cent; foreign bunker, 3 per cent; used at mines, 14 per cent. No gain, is counted upon in exports, coal for making beehive coke or for domestic bunker use. MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, . - , Confllitmtlon, H eadaohe, Stomndi Tr»nolftB, Teething Get A Direct Action Oven. Thermostat and measure the heat as easily as you measure mflk in a pinc cup. 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