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·..t?AGE TWO. THE DAILY COtljtUER, CONNELiiSVTtULE, TONE 19. 1918. ;';;· MrsY.H.'P. Snyder and'Miss Kithar-J """ -- tae Friabee will attend a bridge-men'^ ~ A "by 1 Mrs-Warreir-Mitcbeil-at -her-'homb ta Greensburg. ' T TBe" knitting circle 'Of- the .Chris"- tlan Culture class of the United Presbyterian, church met last night .at .the . UonieJoIUhe"class teacher,.Mrs;' J, 1 C. Btauffer in South Pittsburg street and spent the evening knitting and. sewing for the soldiers. "InrjihTeffort to create a greater" interest'in the work the circle v:as divided .into three seer lions, the red,'white and blue, with 'Mrs. Foster Smith captain of the reds, i Miss Mae'j Leonard" captain' of thcl whites, and Mrs. N. H. Phillips cap- ' tain of.the blues. A? the result sev-,_ ·. cral new knitters have already been i received. · ·'·'-.IV number 'oT'little'girls who have organized a club to raise money for. the "Red Cress turnea in $1.75 to ..the'! Red Cross chapter, the a'nibunf' r-'[ -ceived at a-meeting "h?ld Monday] ...night at the home of -Miss Alice Mae | .-.^.Williams in Jefferson street. Seven- ' ' '.Jy-flvo .cents was receivod for due-3 '' Una .53.00 was donated. The following were present:'"' "Anna Eertha' Artis, Alice Mae. "Wlliiams, Jennie Penn; Ada · -Belle...Artis,.. Bessie Bonn, Lillian """Marti anfi "Leyle WIlllaTtis. . This if. the third time tr-e girls have turned over money to the Red Cross. ; ; . The annual outing of the Knights ; - .of..Columbu3 of-"Western Pennsylvania i · i: "will -be theld- July 10 at-Eennywbod :. : park. 'With a great many of the " younger men members in the national ^ ~* service,-"patriotic "features will he ~ ,..more than--ever" in. evidence at ihe v "outing. -, Mrs. Charles Hngan ot TJniontown « announces the marriage ot her daugh- - ter. Miss Arabella Hagan, to Ralph - E. Kingj^a pr"onHnehCyoung business ,_. . _ ._· .j . ·-Quite "a nnmber of tickets have al- Jeafly.. been sold for the strawberry vind-jce cream social to he held Thurs- ;toT:ejening.'June-27, in.pdd Fellows' "?fS*npte, South Pirtsburg -street, for te.:l3enefit of the T. M. C._-Ai overseas wari:fimd and the Business-W-omea's Christian association. The benefit is being.'given by the latter association and th« young women hope to realize quite a targe stun. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Frances Fauline Cochran and Samuel Ray "Work, a Senator Walter Guion of Louisiana FOOD ADMINISTRATION'S "FAIR" PRICES FOR WEEK | The county lood administration to day announced its second weekly list ot "fair" food prices for the county. They follow: Article :Flour, -wh'oat Flour, wheat (pastry) j-- Flour, wheat (loose) Flour, rice _ Flour, barley Flour, com Cora meal' (bolted) Com. meal (kiln dried) Rolled oats Rice (loose) Rice (pkg.) _· Potatoes (new) Beans (California) Beans (navy--Mich.) Beans (Roman) Beans (lima) Onions . Evaporated milk (unsweetened) Evaporated milk (baby can) Evaporated milk (tali can) Butter (creamer}-, tub) _ Butter (creamery, print) _ Oleomargarine J Eggs (fresh) : Eggs (fresh, carton) Cheese (cream), N. Y. Cheese (cream), Wis. Lard (stoam rend.) Lard (stuam rend.) 1 Ib. carton ,,Lard (open kettle) EacoTi (strip) Bacon (sliced) Hams (1-1 to 16 Ibs.) ;eatly appointed by the governor of jjuns (small) .t state'to succeed the late Senator "TML ( , n =A that R. F. Broussard. He is a Democrat, and before bis appointment was district atttorney for the southern- district of Louisiana. He is a member of an old and distinguished family. . PERSONAL. Attorney and Mrs. S. R. Goldsmith and Mr."'arid Mrs. J. "W. Goldsmith have returned home from an automobile -trip td. Wellesley college, Wellea- ly, Mass., returning by the way of Philadelphia and Baltimore. They were accompanied home -by Mr. and ·Mrs. J. "W. Goldsmith's daughter, Miss Eleanor Goldsmith, a student at Wellesley. The best .place .to shop after all. Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. Edward..Turner.; of,Washing-ton, D. C.,.'fofirierly; of : :ConhellsriUe, is here on-business. . : John Fought of the Indian creek .reservoir, was in town yesterday on .business. . Go to the Tough House Restaurant .for your Thursday supper. Chicken and .waffles. Mrs. C. J. Armstrong.-- Adv.--wed-thurjs-tf. ' Mr.: .and Mrs. Rocks-all. Marietta and'Mrs. and Mrs. J. Melylu Grey left this morning for an aVtomobile 'trip to Atlantic City. Miss Mary Newcomer has returned to her home near Connellsville after a visit with her sister-in-law. 'Mrs. C. W. Newcomer ot Uniontnwn. Mr?. ·well-wnown..couple of _Uniontown, [Newcomer was formerly,Miss Goldie solemnized" December -27, 1917. in Philadelphia. Rev. L. B. Chalfant officiated. Following the wedding Mr. Work enlisted as a machinist in the 'United States army and was assigned to one of the mechanical units at Camp Holabird, Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hyatt of Gib- Mills of Leisenring. You can buy "cheap clothes" at cheap prices anywhere, but for high- class tailoring at the right price see Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. Mr. and Mrs. William Dull went to Ohiopyle this morning to see their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rush, who arc ill of typhoid .son: avenue/. South - ConnellsviUe, re- fever. cetved word yesterday of the mar- --Miss Gwendolin'Ricbter,-'who was riage of their daughter. Miss Olive seriously ill at her home in East :-.GC,Ej»tt:and-.G.-..Iewey Slaubaugh,. Crawford avenue,, is,able to be about solemnized" June 15. For the past Tagaln.',.'". ' T ? .three months the Tride has been."a'. "stenographer' in. 'Canton, O. The bridegroom is a time clerk in Canton. Miss Sarah' IvepbVrf."daughter-of State -Treasurer and Mrs. H. M. KejH hart, who was graduated from Mount Aloyslns academy at Cresson, was among the music pupils given special -tjji..ijm«ti9ii..in.:vBice-.cuttiire. -Mrsr-Kv-Mr -BncRhannbn,' W.' Va. ,J,Fa£an_and..daughter, Miss Margaret, and Mrs. Edward buggan, who were among the Connellsville persons attending, .the commencement exercises, returned aomoMast'. evening.- ". Mrs. Bessie Yarnell and Clark L. King, both- 61. this..city, were'jmar- son. "pastor of th«r First" Baptist _churcK,_at his^'home in .Will's road. ^TKKe^werejio ittendants. The bride- .-firoom.' U^an employe of the West ^Penn Railways company. Mr. and _, Mrs. King will reside at 211 Ogden . ; v street .'_]'' Ai'tKe regular meeting of the "Wom-_-.'. att's ·Benefl't association of the Macca- iees 'held last night .in Maccabee hall, , -.SoiiUr Pittsburg- street. Mrs; Sarah ;., 'JJe.rcr.r.Mrs.. Alvht. Blasy, .Mrs. Nejlie ;-Vaughn'and Mrs-'Olive Waitmore were appointed" a"committue" to7sell. amused ' -'me'nt tickets rfor. the annual outin'g "of "Z.tffie^-Maccabees 'of TVesfern- 'Pennsylvania tb'Be held 'Jufy 11 at Kennywood park,, Pittsburg.. , T o tickets will be sold^im^the gjrounds. The meeting was lJ3sJtSdc3r-_Th.'^ knitting ^circle ll meet-tomorrow nTght-at the'home of -Mrj^Alvin sTasj---^^' 25(h North Sixth street W,cst Side. ,~~ rr~~~^ Miss Rosaline H. -.;;jer;of JIr.;and- Mrs. H.- Kpbackir" of, Pleasanf has choser. Tuejsday, '.Downs'^ Shoe'Store is-snowing two new oxfords -in brown and grey.-- Ady.-i7-3t. ..-.'.'-·'. ;.vMiss- Jennie-Hosteller, Vtio underwent a very serious operation in the Mercy hospital, Pittsburg, is slowly 'recovering.' ' Mrs. F. W. Wright of WMl's road, is home from a visit with relatives at Send the Daily Courier to your _boy In the army. Call at the Courier of- Bce and leave his address. Rate 50o per month.--Adv. Mrs. Fred Munk will leave Friday for Washington. D.' C., to visit her daughters, Misses Camilla and Helen Munk, who are in- the government service in that 'city. Mrs. J. M. .Reid .of West Peach street, is 'spending 1 the day in Pittsburg. . Mr., and Mrs. R. M. 'Evans arrived home this morning, from a wedding trip to New York. Mrs. Evans was formerly Miss Sue Rush. . Miss E.' M. KirklaiMi of 'Buffalo, N. Y., who has been the guest of Mrs. Rockwell Marietta and Mrs. Laura Clark, left Monday for Atlantic City and other eastern points. Hrndmun Woman IDes. . 'Mrs. Mahler - Evans ot Hyndmau' died ^ Monday afternoon in the Alle^ gany'hospital, Cumberland, of injuries suffered in an automobile accident .a week ago today when a* car owned and driven by Howard Pearson, father of Mrs. Evans, was struck by a Baltimore Ohio railroad train. -- Bed Cross 'Lawji Fete. Ttere._will^be a lawn fete at Hulltown school grounds in-Lower Tyrone township Saturday evening, June 29 for the benefit of the Red Cross. Ad^ ...lune 25. at the. date. for her marriage to j drosses .will be delivered by Rev. H. A. ·Harry M. Aronson_ ^qn of Mr. and , Baum and Rev. W. B. Purnell. Music ' ,b e . furnished . by. .the Y. SL C. A! ; cere-, ' mouy will be performed in the eve^ hing at the Rittenhouse, Pittsburg, and will be witnessed by 'only the 1m- - - - mediate members of The two" families, .Miss Kobaoker-is-a-aiater.ol-AMred J. Takes Washington .'Position. Miss Grace Reedcr, bookkeeper at Steen Dils real eslato office at.Mon- r-ber^qf-friends here.. Her fiance is a ""Mother of Mrs." Alfred- JT Kobacker, : essen for the 10 Prunes, -10-50 Sugar (granulated) WITNESS BARES LIFE IN MEDIO MRBER TRIAL Mrs. Sarah Invin Told Italians She Was of Their Nationality, She Admits. SAYS SHE DID ANYTHING ThSr Told Her IJecnnse of Fear of Her life; Witness Relates Bemovnl of Blood Stains Vrom Floor and Door; Declares SUe was Held Prisoner. CONNELLSVILLE BOYS IN FRANCE LIVE ON FINEST THE NATION CAN PRODUCE Further baring the details of her fall; Mrs. Sarah Irwta, alias Mrs. Sarah Wright, star witness ,in the case of Patsy Medio charged with the murder of Raymond Bartelli at Dawson last December, this morning admitted on cross examination that she had pretended to the Italians, .Medio and Bartello, that she was of Italian parentage. She said she told them that her rather was a Frenchman and her mother Italian but that she had been reared by Americans. Her defense was that she told them almost anything because of f rt ar of her life. Mrs. Irwin was called by the commonwealth at 1.30 o'clock Tuesday j afternoon and sat on the witness chair continuously until 5.20 .-o'clock. On direct examination Mrs. Irwin testified that she went to housekeeping with Bartelii about the middle of November at Dawson and that the relation existed until the first week in-December when Bartelli disappeared. . She testlfled that Medio was a frequent visitor at the bouse and that on the'day in qxicstion the two left about .4 o'clock in the afternoon and returning a short timo later left again at 5 o'clock. When Raymond returned, she testified,' he was very pale and threw himself across the bed-in the upstairs room. About 15 minutes later, she testified, she heard a noise downstairs and Patsy called for Raymond. - Bartclli got up and - went down- Stairs, she said, and a short time later, she heard loud talking. Mrs. Irwin said, she took the lamp and went downstairs. Upon opening the stairway door, she said, she saw Raymond sitting on a -chair beside the tablo and at one end of the table Patsy stood over him -with a revolver pointed within a few inches of his head. When she had gor.e up about three Continued r^om Pace Ona. with the Americans Iravo made them extremely wary of coming in contact with them. It ia only when a clash cannot be avoioded that the Hung risk an encounter, and then their brag fighting units are selected for tic attack or defense as the case may be. There is everywhere throughout France the feeling that once the American army has attained the strength deemed necessary thsre will be a reversal in the order of battle and that movement will be started which will eventually crush the Hun army, out of existence or force its unconditional surrender. There is little wonder, Mr. Harry's friend says, that Germany, inspired by fear and dread of what tho Americans will do tocher armies, is making superhuman efforts to break through the lines and annihilate the French and Britisn armies before the Americans are on tho ground in full force. But "they shall not pass," was the slogan.at Verdun as it is now before Paris. That it is even more effective now than it was in 1915, 'the French are willing to give large credit to the Americans who, as the Marines about Chateau Thierry have shown, know how to keep the "not" in its place in the historic phrase. The location of the 15th Engineers is not being revealed, hut it is known that they are close enough to the front to hear the roar of battle, wait- Ing as impatiently as other units for the time when the command will b6 given for them to get into the game. When that time conies they will know where tliey are going and the Huns will know why they are coming. SERGEAKT STUATO BETUKJfS TO CAMT After spending several days with his wife and children at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Strawn at Dawson, Sergeant William At. Strawn liaa gone to Camp Hempstead, L. I., to which place he was transferred from Camp Sevier, S. C. He is ir. the aviation service. The Strawns ha-vs two sons in the service. Clarence Strawn. has been, in France a'year and is wearing two gold chevrons to designate the lapse of time. He is well, says his last letter home. Clarence is with tho Fifteenth Engineers. MOTEK PAKEJfTS HEAB X1IKIR SOX IS SAFE Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Huey of near Moyer, have received a card from their son, Louis H. Huey, announcing steps back up the stairs by order of j his safe arrival overseas. Young Medio she heard a door slammed and Huey is a mcmer of Company E, 305th a moment Jater a' shot fired. She said Motor Supply traia. that she continued on up "stairs and sat down on the bed as directed. Some time later, the woman said, Medio and the two other men came.up and looking at hor declared: "What's the matter, you shake? And then he : laogheiJ. 'I stepped him on the face and he ramdown the road like a dog." JTOEE 3tEJf ABE CAU.ED ' 10 GO TO CA3LP JtWJB. 2« George W. Christner o£ Stauffer, Pa., and Charles Zimmerman of this city; have been called lo go to Camp Lee with the draftees on June 26. William Shudy- ot Dunbar, R. D. 32, 'About 10 o'clock I heard some one lias been called by Draft Board for come .through the front room," con-1 District No. 5. tinued' Mrs. Irwin in 'a hushed voice, i ' "Patsy got up and went down stairs. JtAlPH GRAI IMSAffSFEJlRKI) I heard people talking very loud. Then I heard a noise of footsteps going through, the empty room. Then all was quiet- stairs." Later Patsy came up The'following morning. Mrs.. Irwin testified Patsy' got up and took the coffee pot and, broom downstairs. The woman said that she remained in bed TO SB1V JEKSEI CA3IT. Ralph Gray, sou of-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray of South Pittsburg street, who has ben stationed at Pair- field, 0., ha's'beea transferred to New Jersey. Erlckmans Have Daughter, -Mr: and.Mrs. William Brickman of longer, getting . up. about noon and j Bast Cedar avenue, are receiving con- weut downstairs to the kitchen. gratulations upon, the birth ot an signed to accept a government; position jn Washington, D. C. Miss Reed- . "I -.saw a clean spot, on .the floor from, underline chair where I had last seen.Raymond," the witness declared. On that day Medio told her,''the ·~\ witness declared, thAt she.was never _aed. is a prominent. Pittsburgh attor- or js a ' :iushteT O j ji rs .'w. W. Kern ) ot Madison avenue, Connellsville. C ASTORIA ; For Infant* and Children In Us« For Ov«r3O Year* ! Alway* b* '«*'' Johnson Ciutpel Contributes. The Methodist^Bpiscopa] church at Johnson Chapel;, near Confluence, has :sent ?35.52 to the Connellsville chap- i ter of the Red Cross as the proceeds ' ot a social. Mnccabec Election. Officers of the Maccabees will bo aluctad iiwT*tt-i*v nicsut to go away and that if she Jid he or some one else would get Isr. Precautions taken to prevent Sirs.' Irwin from communicating with any. person outside the house were related v.-hen she told of calling Dr. Harry J. Bel] when she was takeix sick. The woman testified that wnue the physician was conducting an examination Modio stood behind him with the fingers of one hand to his lips and the other hand on. his gun. ' Try our classified advertisements. eight pound daughter, Mary Rowand Erickman, this 'morning.' Little Mary Rowand is the first grandchild of Mr. and-Mrs. O.~L. Eaton- and of Mrs.. Sophia Brickmau. She was ' named for her maternal grandmother. Mrs. Brickman was formerly Miss Martha Eaton. .ITJST COKE AST SEE. Tke HOME of QUALITY and SERVKJE 129 to 133 N PITTSBURG St. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. COSHTELIS. TOME'S GREATEST STORE. Well-timed Event--Prices far below the wholesale cost--25 different styles. Women should buy two or three Skirts at a time viewing the present cost of cotton fabrics. These Skirts present decidedly uncommon values. Plenty of extra sizes. Choice 9oc up to §7.50. Skirts of Repp, Linene, Gabardine and Beach Cloth. $10 to $25 Hats Priced For This Sale at $3.95 up to 12.50. Over three hundred Hats to choose from. All. are to be sold--at $3.95 up to $12.50. Many are models from New York's foremost noted milliners. The^e are our finest Milan Hats and those of Leghorn, Hair Braid, Lisere Straws and Malines for dress and sport wear. Mark Down Sale--Suits No need to wait until after the Fourth. Women who will come tomorrow will have the opportunity to buy this season's stylish, stunning suits at the most sensational prices ever quoted for dependable Suits. You will find as'many garments here to choose from as most stores show at the beginning of the season. SUITS UP TO $45.00--The season's smartest styles. Choice colors and models at ?32.50. SUITS UP TO $37.50--The most remarkable reduction on. Suits this season. Every imaginable shade as well as black and navy. Your choice $24.95. * SUITS UP TO $27.50--In the latest styles and olorcings. Made of serges, poplins and mixtures. Choice $19.95. A Superior Collection of Voile Waists at $1.50. . · : With the coming of warm weather the Voile Waists again dominate fashion--no only because Voile Waists are pretty and desirable, but because they are suited for ho weather. In this collection at $1.50 are the very newest styles. See the waists. An exceptional selling ot charming Silk Blouses at $3.95 up to $12.50. We've done our share in getting the extraordinary purchase. All that remains is fo you to come and see the Waists and examine e them--try them on and you'H do all the talk ing and questioning yourself as to whether you should buy one or two or more Georgett Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Tub Silk Blouses that bids fair to outdo any recent offering in O u Waist Section. See the Waists. Vincent de Paul's Catholic church. Requiem high mass was celebrated Game at Diclserson Ban. The Pittsburg Lake Erie basi by Rev. Father Cauova in the presence team of West Newton will cross of a number o£ relatives and friends i with the Dickerson Kua-Y M c of tile deceased. The pallbearers team Wednesday afternoon Jm Throat Operations. Howard Roberts and Hubert Anderson, both of Connellsville, were 'operated upon for throat trouble this morning at the Cottage State hospital. TanQerbUt Clul). Tho -Vanderbilt Fancywork club ia being entertained today by Mrs. Mattie Richter at her home in f.ra\vford avenue, West Side. WILLIAM HOBINSON. William Robinson, 90 years old, were Thomas and Martin . Mclntyre, died at the home of his son, James Robinson, in TJniontown yesterday afternoon. JAMBS CURL. James Curl, 74 years old, a veteran turtaian' and 'trainer of the speeders on the half mile tracks in this section ot the state, filed suddenly at . the Jobnston livery stable in Masontown, where he had been emploj'ed for some time past. DAUDEL O'LADGHLIN. - The funeral of Daniel O'Laughlin was held this morning at 8.30 o'clock from the family residence at Leisen- xia2 No. 1 and ai 3 o'clock from St Charles Noiaa, John Kearney, Thom- · , as Murtha and Thomas Graham. Interment in St~ Vincent de Paul's cemetery. JOJiN WALPOLE. The body of John Waliiolc, who was killed by a Pittsburg Lake Erie train Monday morning at Bessemer, is j being held at a Bessemer undertaker's establishment while an effort is being made to 'locate relatives ot the dead man. He has a sister and one brother, but Uieir adaress is unknown. His mother resides in Ireland. Y. M. C. A. grounds at Die son Run. The game will start at o'clock. Ctassilicd Aflir''ro-..-m?r-ta Brine results. Cose only lo a word,) Drug Co.--Adv Wed in rittsbnrg. Albert Hoch of Everson and B .M. Dumbauid of Connellsville tool a license to wed in Pittsburg ye day. Sour stomach, clogged up boi pimples, blackheads, foul breath, evils of constipation. Hollis Rocky Mountain Tea ' regulate^ bowels, purifies the stomach, e: decay matter from system. j\'at woodrous herbs. Positive res 35c. Tea or tablets. Connelli When You Come Bind See the Dresses at $5.95 up to $19.95 You will understand why our values are the talk of the town. Come see the Dresses. You ·will appreciate the wonderful bargains offered. We told you in our advertisement a day or two ago the purchases we made from one of the leading manufacturers of Dresses--being one of the sensational purchases of the year. Dresses are just fresh from the makers' needle. Over a huudrer different styles. You can imagine what a sensation this will cause. All sizes for women and misses. ·

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