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June 20, 1918

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m Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 6,690 VOL 16, NO ISP CONNELLSVIL.LE. PA. TIILRSDAl EVENED JLNE 20 191S EIGHT PAGES TAKES PERSONAL COMMAND PLEDGE FULL TIME WORKING SCHEDULE BONNIWELL DEFIES PALMER-M'CORMICK PARTY LEADERSHIP j The f i r s t "Spccd-l p" Is Larjreb \ttondod at I moiitonn. Waters of Piave Come to Aid of Italians, Washing Away Bridges Over Stieam; -·With Armies at Front Losing Steadily, PATRIOTISM IS KEYNOTE Disorder Continues at Home as People Conscnpt , OII Clamor for Food. he*, SUPPRESS PEACE RIOTS IN GERMANY Bv Asoocnted Press VTIERICVS 1 VKE GERM VA POSITIC»S. M I T H THL V1ItIU('V fOilCtS 0 J H E 11 VRM), June JO. -- llic lineman troops in this sector sitacked the German line nortlniest of Chateau 'Iiierrj ('linns: the niclit and maclt an atliance 01 h i - enrhts 01 a mile, dm me the Germans liatk" irom ^nall poikct on the northern side of Ucllcau «ool. The V m e r i t a n s ocupied tin German positions ^uthoi't resistance irom the enemj, the Germans J M T mg iuthdra«ji -\\hen t 1 '" short and sharp preliminarj liomlianlmcnt indicated thai an imantrj attack \ould if [jxbor ( omins Should Othor "Kt in** I nil h) Inrrci,s( I'ro- dncdon, SI i p p i n p Itoard R i p r t s e n t RLMP Didiiru], tur Troublts (Her. At the f r s t of i s t r t s o r meetings to be held n the coke ro 0 K n v i l h i Denied lli^iit to Delect 11 Chairman lie U( | mdm^ s Or.ru.ni/ufcon untl i I HUH Hits Own "Wet** l'jul\ The d ( b r e e of ha mom p i e \ a i l i n g Slayer betw u the I a l n i t r N j c L o r m ek ind t h e O l d O i i r d w i n g s of t h e PenusU I inia Dei ioer L \ c m I e judged hi. i the de el ipnimi^. at t i e aiecting o f , the state central commtlee in Har I U j t h the Pj-lmer Me-Connick lead j crs !,, confo J u d 0 t 11 ^eae C Bon r i w e l l tht, wet eandidate f o r gov enior \\ ts denied t i e r tbL to se eet i c i m p ij^n c h a i n in m fajnpathv w i t h bin In reta tation J u d ^ e Boi n i w ol rcpudiaud tiie Detnot r i Jc st ite orj, mi^iiKJ t d e n o u n t ed its U u e i f a ind *"ollo^crs m 110 b t i t e md ronipi [ took stt ps tn orginizb rtav Cousin, 3I T*, jn T r i a l , in l i g h t Cher Ionian. WAR SAYINGS CAMPAIGN NEW COAL MINING CO. ORGANIZED BY DAWSON SARAH IRWIN AND CONNELLSVILLE MEN I Drive For $4,000,000 in County Is to Begin Tomorrow. ! ( 1'anununr of DC id ILilinn Mijs Slu Vu» I)rup,((l In Him mid t i r t c c l lu Uo His Hu!tliu.r, VMS N t u r ( t u n i l l M i l k ior u l l m i , slu JHdurcs I nw t 1 ia' H a j m o n d Bi t e l l b cleat i I a i l e d no i i q u u i e l w i t one K ' n o w o speedirg up t ie p r o d u c t i o n of t h i r d n-mi w h o s e t rl pt is to conn n s ,i r l , 0 !o u t ilc the t w o n u n w |coi t n r o u t h s e r u r m g p l t d g c b of t h e t h , mm s o n l v of w e t candi itcs, ^^ m ^ f ) r u] l n l l o d u C i J O 1 ] , ,, I i n d i v i d u a l w o i k e r s to n amtam i s i x foi suuc offices L l o . i n w e l l refused to ippear be'ore Hit coi n n t t e p w l i e u w a i t e d upon by l r u l of · o n n m i t i c o of w h i c h \ 111 c h o l l he , d , a 1 ilirti n l w p l l w h dl seniors moirvG i\ LOM)0\, June -0.--btrinnt noting lirokc oiii in \ienna jesterdaj '.jijs an F\thansre Ickeraph iiiv jiatch irom Amsterdam. 'Hie moli Iirokt into a n u m h i r if bakcue-. «toned the lesidoncc 01 the premier, and nlso one of the iun:;s 01 (he Ho-lun, r yalatu UK mes- -.age adds: Cnnlr) i. Iieinu rushed to the capital to rciore orde 1 ". It is prolanl», it is stated, t h a t martial hu M i l l 1)0 proclaimed. 'J he rioting UBS in protest auainst the reduction 01 the brcatl ration. w o i k e r s to n ainiam i M X di\ s c h r d u l o ^ r j week wis h o l d in I m o n l o w n li t r v r n t n g H w a s a tended I v u p w a r d s of 1 r n O men l a r ^ r 1; roiiij sed of ni nt rs cok d r a w e r s foremen sirneni t e n d c n t s ind lo t n t others acmeh e n ^ i ^ e d in ud a b o u t t h t nines } a l l o t t i n g t h t , iddrcss s I of a ni mber of speikc s the mm prt j sent 1 a r i s i n g v o ( plod^Lc. hei- a u p i o r f to thc *~ar prognm and b* so d o i n g p oms*-d to do t eir utmost in h t l p i n s to coal ind coke The m e e t i n g was piesided o v e r bj I \\ ( a m j · '1 of h ndlinna so: nee snc ion of the L n t t ( d S itcs shn ping Boird U ornej J o h n f i n g h l m of PUtSbuig nidc. thp prmc pal id dress pp i i n g to the w o r k e r s to make f u i t i f u l n f s s to th i r jobs a pit no ic d itv He cm pi s t / c l the c\ treme neres-ii foi larger o u t p u t of coal ind coke, f we hope to vnn the wir n g o s c n i n i n t b e l t v e s n t i e sincerity of tiie m i n e r md the coke d r a w e r they w e r e toM ind ire con r ident t h a t no measure other thin the L u a i n e m i . i lailonu In o icld-i ss ;he s i d i austi t h c fo " w m t st i l e m e n l b jpjic. ircd "· ll ' lcuon °' lhc 1 t o m l " L ls P ' o l i n i n n n escor hn i d l i l i o n to 1 is o nm t ot Hon t i t c m c n u unong other s l t a L H l l L t ,, j dLS , ^ R i _ n o n t H Hepp -i In c, l l c \ v c d i i c d n v, ., II1Jn m tlu f (he defepsc lo f ) f ] u r ( k l ^ n b eso e Juduo I it 1111 i b t'l li i s i f u r u j o n \ t o u c he i 01 s c w c k l p i I ml Near r lurniunt Tl e organi/ition of i n e w coal m n nf., en e r p n e w is c o m ] U u d n C o l ellh\ I I ast i iUi w h e n h o f l c c i s tud d i r e c t c i s of hp D iw s n ( r nuc [s u l l c I n 1 c o m mi} A v u e i c ^ l c i ia fr I o w s P r c s i d e n t r a l k \ o r hi \ ; I 0 h he in Daw n t r e i s i cash f r 1 j t \ a t s i c r e i u v ( I HOUSE TO HOUSE CANVASS JK Plan Vnnounrcd By the Count} Committee jn Charge is the IJnte. J i r r p i c s i d r v o I eor ]) irn It Li H t n i v Hai · D i w s j n i t i i w s n ti V K O A C I HJiI3IOV£ HEBE 'ilmcr s i t e noliti that Joseph I 1 aei t o l d the court it) 1 j u r j the} w o u i 1 p r m e t h a Me '10 tt ia u p s t a i r s m the law on )H us* 1 C f i e e l o \ e at t h c cum in compinj w i t h M r s i r w i n nU t h i t oth heard t h e r e ( r r K o C i r 1 unnc \ V Tin R {) Hen \ i ) i w cn ^ r o h n l M Q Ji u i on M H C I I i\ B O ( o n n o r I u MII I ( 01 n o i l \ He ncreast the production of he a n t l I] b U l t ' U P P i h u r p o w r to d fi M ^ c r n H of Pr ins/v h a n i a r \ e i y D mocritif cinduHte to governor w i t J i n a L,UH T i t i a n lus o n accord e 1 t h e snltvt on f u. snte cha nnan f \ PI can lull e of 1 nt) pin. cs fc President is n n h c i i t U i n ^ U granted us own '·elec on The impoteni sor\ I t \ of those comm tte/rr-en bt nd nj, u n ( cr tl e pa ron-c;e tisn to t h t Pil n n r D o n n e l h % Ae r t , h f m s ih* cind l i t c s w L . n tie f a l a l sll n 0[ er .0 do all in i Medio woviki election as ho g u o o n n f c M M i o test k n j h a n t at he said all 3inowkc.bc o* SITL to w n of an\ ccuiccrn is to ihoi ^mm i e I im not d e c e i v e d by f i s- smiles nor Lo b h e t i a v e d b j b poent ei 1 inpeil o pin ot · n w i l l b P neces I p r o f o s | nns i s[nll m t h r i sa i Bu America has i job on re" I ^ t h n O r trust tho n n m i t t i e M h nds the spcaJur dccla-od i id if U n r o l l d Prom t i e Judas leid recomes necessary to eonsenpt labor [ ippt, il tn t e \o\i1 then cor act iption cratie man n tho reg nn \vib calird bp sitis 1 " cto^y to the -,o\ernmen Th car situation wis brushed aside a c : past fasue O[ orators wf re told Lo or der t a r s to c nionn w i t h thc mi\ AUSTRIA Ori:ESIt PIIECKl D. \ Austrian pi essure on the front from Lake Garda to the Adriatic is, growing weaker although the fighting is still strenuous alon}, the Pia%8 front fro n Jlontello to the sea Since Sunda the enec^ has been held completelv in chenk , 0 co » p!cte on the Piave line and ha« made no gam on the mountain front ct 1L bc ·while his loss in prisoner) alone has risen to 9 000 Repeated efforts to debouch from the -west bank of the mer between Mon- upon to prodi a a m a x i m u m outim tello and San Dona di Piave have been repulsed sanguinanlj bv and m nmg o f u r thin capaci y »ji the Italians and onl\ around Cape Sile ha\e the Austnans made ' ' any progress Heavy fighting continues around "Uontello plateau The Austnans ha\e not yet gained control of this dominating height mt m canacl[ , nor have they apparently had anj success in attempting to de- man[1 of , )u . bouch on the lower ground at So-nlla south of ^e^^eoa The waters of the Piave have come to the aid of the'-trong- 1} resisting Italians and the British official statement on the ators die Chipping board reproscnui fighting says that the mer has nsen suddenlj The rise has thcs a d u - t c mer-itors -int to order been suffiaent to carrv a^aj many of the bridges the Austnans had thrown across the stream Emperor Charles, fearful that the Austnans bj themselves ·wyll not be able to emulate the Austro-Gemian success of last fall on the Isonzo line personalh is urging his troops forward The emperor is =aid to desire still gi eater efforts before calling on Germna\ for help ileanv.hile internal conditions m Austria as regards "food are causing trouble Tne citv council o£ 'S lenna !·"="· i» x on\piopp from pr rite cm has protested against reduction of the bread "ration and the laboi pioxr-, the opoi-uors «er c di«ctly organizations ,f the Austin capital call for the speediest gen ^-"^"^ ^-- £* ral peace The food supplies m Austria are reported at the cn]mLnt en p!nl Bj lhat m d i r t c t lowest ebb Since 1914 ^uperMsion hi said ho government hoped to product, the r*.qiured r e s j l t ^ ' VISTRIAAS CA»OT 1M. It the^ were not forthcom ng ho PA.PJS June 20--Thi splendid resistance of thc Italians frankh itucd other mca»u-i.s would and their franco-British allies leads the Fiench press to con-i be nken speedih is the present -hide that the Austnans cannot a\oid defeat especially a s - w e l l snloot1 ' r l n n l o s w a r marhino cculd hrected counter attacks have resulted in the capture of thous- j 1 TM^ peral ' a ^ to ms or UaU f01 an ands of prisoners and much \var matenal A Havas dispatch '^^tam John c furrin or tho Roy-u from Rome SP\S that Itah has, achieved a great double -victory i B r i t ,^ na ^ ai pealed m a ^o ce shak re f eiTiig to the -recent naval exploit in the Adriatic and the | , ng U l t h emotion m behalf or t h e ! present checking of the Austnans mo hers arJ children of France and deal cor t c s t i ^ p f l this moning t h i L Sarih I r u l n alias Sarah U r tl t t Id im ^he hdt p n dnic^cr n nn ]t il n l e s a u r a n t in Pit ibu t, In Hi t e l l l it s i «vs nl i n o T no: I urg ami ke^n in a dirtv cellar wlmi. ··he. r r t p u c d usil r f ( » h ) m j i i r i»lh co lect \ t u r « a r d \ I c h ml ih woman t r l j im slu A e n t jai k o I i t t s l i i K a n l l n t «,j, BJ, e |li ! 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OL i ul oad neai I a i r m o n t 1 4 " ' i x i ' t e d i a s r ] f L r i n n f c d i' I i o i j s i u o n ind r u p , I W 1 U 1 e l c c i n i U l v ] n L in i c l n n e r tnrou,'i ou t - l t i fc / is al i v I c c n dr: en a list nc o ) 'e r v ilirs, excel , n t rioi aJi l floor c o n u i t ons and ( \ P C I n w ^ l l i c l p " n c )al 1 ] Ha Ie^ o f l a i r n i n t j n e s ^ i E t f u o Pit liu j, *. t i c i l I id I a' jj i p i v IB l i t e estcd w il 'lie I c LTK s v i l c and J a w s o i lames in he new erne' prise st ' w o r t t r to rtorpan ?o wen upstair^ md to l e d ind ,, munexl then un il he h 11 d Ih. shot count PS ind onre r or i l l pnd this fired w h i c h eai I p i d e r s h i p hal The quarrel bp \ ]c oils c o n t e m p t i o l has fastened itself I k p irasite fM ri t) e f a i r ramp of P csidoni "U il son -ind v,] o t. so] con orr is tho peddling of patron igc- bcirpel e sa of their^iines^andj, .CHAUTAUQUA OPENS, T i u T i i c t r . i f.tnn ! "ailroad adnimiBlrdtlon t h a t i propurt on no suppH of car*, be p l u c d In s i v m g that ip to the oper soon r e s u l t n a check 1 ack and fciie car strjrph reduced accord ngly Coal and cnke w o r k e r s are m effect w o r k i n g ior he L n i ed States i^i\ern ment ctclartd ^ t t o r n e j LauRh in He told he n u n that w h Ie tl n drew B i r u J U w a s o v e r the w jniir M t d i d e n i e d I d n n i , 'orced =:oa pel o an M me so to place the hortj- 1 I m the w e l l H said I e urged hnr , I to do so in ordir to save Scarpello w l i r is h i B c o u s i n ' U-ruesome in l i t errerre w e i e llie dstaiK oi h d p j al of tin B a r t d h as rtlau I hi ctiso » 10 \ a ^ f o r t I to is s ir t h r o w i n g tin. bodj i n t o t i e w el ac I cordinj, to his t b in "TV n old how t w o I al ans o n of n h o i v it T o i j anrpello hod O one to ^is homi and said ho was w a n t e d a V e j i o « , house U i Q t e s t i o i m g l , h t w e n t and "T, 1 , 11 ,'.KENDALL LUMBER BRIDGE WRECKED BY AN EXPLOSION Panel] b dMt ( i n u m - t a u u - s S u r r o u n d DC in 1 i -^1 \ t n -jtk of Ui n j \Miitb ta K c u d a i j _ , u r b i r cd t l u j i riilroad IVlnk jd; it \Un L J U I l i Choj, WITH UNUSUALLY FINE PROGRAM_FOR \VEEK Initial Vimbir, ilils Vilcniwin, r il- i r b l.irl-: H i l l m m IJjiinti Ilinnott lectures, 1 miRht. \\ 'i he i p p t i r i n c e of Ihe I her!} · ,,. , , . , G r l s ,ie C o n n . l l s M l l e cli . i t a u n u a ' , , 1J ° ' ° ut K1or '- -- openui tins a'te , oon at J o eloc k in ' l °'' l ° i0 m " lh - kltcllon TMr e he I ° TM " - * *^ "jo^h bincail h. h,g t o n at I ttshur ree a n S I S a ' d h ° £ " V "' botlv °' Ba " U1 ' ^ C ' D d c r S " '" " U a "" '° W a s h i n g t o n avenue TMs cTcm nE I 1Ufc '" lb ° °"' 1 " ^ NIrs J H n ' LtJ " ^'' U ^, ^ ° ""^ " ' O U ' ' d 'ol ovvin, a nmsical prelud b v Th e I ^ ln '' er '^""'^ ', U . CUui rs f" r ' lcJ , A -=" al h " \V \ i u U t b llOMfa QIC lit, r i v e r i o \ c die S a c LiQi. dam u s w rex." t i l on M 3i\ 1115*11 b jn e\.p!j)iou aisi ut.ll ii u nd i i u t u h a r in [he i in 1 of i it, r t t ruife The i Lilt \sbic \;aa so fett / igh v is biuli o \ on iai on oi co i en 1 do s uic"is-d in iank box ng ind a plank in ult t t rt v, a tonstrb ted beneath P same orfcai izit on "Will am Ri nev . . , Bcn-ett w l ! lecture on Patli^ajs to , ^ Powei | ou c u r fc 1 ' Tomor ow afltnoon t a e Madn-al Ukc """ w1 "- | Seanillo old nm to pitk up the ' an ' o ttbt fied ll at ie =aid ransforiiud t h e w ii i in o ith ^-cc u ul^ted un! dct t a e Madnjral Smpers w i l l g ve a co-cei t and n thc even ng a musical prelude fo l o w i n g ,. w i n c h Captain Martin D hardm who ' hr W n m t o "° we " recenth n turned from a tr p to the front n t r a n c e w i l l lect ire on The I t rv of a ( rucifled \ \ o r l a old of this man and i ca lsod lhp \!osion I tell v o n o 1 I I kill I ^Ticieu o d s i ;j PEACT IMOTS I G E R t f A Y . LONDON Juae 20--Heavily censored pnvatc messages re- Belgn m for tht best efforts from the American worki an Captain Curraa \\ \ Harr son minj.ger of the Redpath circuit a r r i v e d n Councils v i l l e this a'te-rton to get the chau tauqua started This being the open Ing c ty of h f circul the nwnage- mon t hope to irake a good s h o w i n g herx Tho bodv was taken throu, i tae front door a i d Mancuso tes i that he was told o throw in anv thing ht coulj (i id tics or stone and H e n iiadt a k i t t l hv- the w i l l am swtar he w o u t c nevti ell wha h i d happened or he w o u l d be k i l l t d like a dog an i en pr ·\ Iroid Th orci was lie i igh t r t s t l e 3* it ipoi ii i v GIVES SELF UP PARADE FOR SELECTIVES I Soltlic r 1 ic II nils \ b e r t J Con pa.nv Ii j n ^ r u n d s m d O v p r c i n c , lie I n ] i n tij laiup L r o h t r s i mei iler of o 1st I n j , i n i e - - in t a n relatcc his experiences as a priboner added of n Stockholm indicate that peace demonstrations were ln a Germ m pnson camp a d id neldrecentlv in Berlin H.mbuig a-fd Cologne a n d that several TM TM ° workmen were killed and maiij persons arrested sa\s a dispatch to the Mornmg Post from Stockholm dispersed crowds of demonstrants PROMPT REPLIES ASKED rap , ain curnn told of British pns The police and military oncrn bcmg forccd to wo k 12 and hojrs a da in the German Times w l u n the^ were scarcely, able to walk- I T V f U ARMl I HIGH Sl'IKITS. IIEADQI VRTERS OF THE ITALIAN' ARMY June 20 -- Realisation that the Austrian offensive has failed is spurring the Italian iroopb to a clespera e resistance along the Pia\e Heavy ^ I1 | )mlmn , Jghtiug continues todij around the Montello plateau on t h e ] ' n ^ nu ^ l s torth and near Sail Dona di Piave on the south I B} ' Xs oo Thj spirit of the Ital ?n troops is at high pitch despite' v CLLI POKT vouncis loss of sleep and constant movement made nccessarvj wise stcum-siiji i Tut 1 IcIininLstniljnn VI ants fcml ^ni sticmniilrts i n s w i r t i l Bv Sssocl ited Pr ss WASHJNGTON J u n e 2 0 - A n a p neal lo all i-dusu il conceras, iusmg to U-BOAT CHASES STEAMER the condition of the ter-am at several points lI1 ° Mfl ^ ' l l r " l t r , Pr( .,^ June 20 -- v coast w h i c h ir IVMI in e Ute v e b t e i d i v icported eneouutermg ii rovri?or, THE AIR. I T A L I C S \RMYHEADQTjARTBRS J u n e 20--Thc Jtal- ans hne won comolete ccntrol of the air along the Piavp line vhere tnc ' lost determined fighting of the present Austrian jffensive lo in progress This afternoon not a sngle Kuitrian nachine was a'oft on this front a Oc n an the coast = u b m l i n e last Satu dav off ot bouUi Carolini The fateamei m idf 1 g icid her tscapt because 500 tons or more of coil a n n u i l l j he prompt in filling tht ci estiornai-e that lias be^n sent to hi m was s sil d lodaj bj tht I ucl \dmmislra tiou Tin questionnaire w i l l be ustd n d c e i n i i i i n Q w h a t i n d u s t i i t s ait cn- 1 "' '' t i l e d to bt p a t t j on he preftrenct i pr " K ' .,, ni.-'bind ing a l. unp Cl ibu nu Md gave 1111114,0!' up to I i c u t i n a n t I ho ins Mt Donald aid Pa r o i m m Tu n i ! ist j right i,l mg i iil 1 t be hi Id a i d h ' at thi t i n t s it ih c nip n o t i i c d of 1 is \ p u i d e in 1 ono of the negro w h e u a o n t = He en c im on lime drafttts who w i l Isave htre ton 01 on i pass pood n r t i J u n e 11 m e t row e v e n i n g at G o otlock for I a up w h i c h t i m e 1 t lias In i n a sent w i l l Sherman 0 w i l l be hel i loright I 01 t 1 a v e Vprro Druttos to Ttt Jl Turnilc 0\cr I*rincipal The procesMoi w i l l assemble "nth strctt on tLe v\est Side o tlocL at Sev " 1 of supenoi sp ed and i ti wireliss cal s for help w h i c h Lpiare-nl led the subme bible to j,ive up me rhass Officers of t t sleaiiei sighted the submarine as it c inie to the snifatt less thaa 3 n It awav The raider TlEGiI GBOU''^. started or tht ship at thc =a at tn e LONDO V June 2 0 -- N e w s reached London this afteinoon cl ^ ms l l l o ^ t a ne! mimc-Jiaulj be^ hat the Italians have rogai ice' Capo Sile, the town on the lagoon °ulJ m ar''ne Z eam C01 to°the l surfat h(Cn ''aiii o the west oi th» Piave riv r near its mouth which was captured ,\ B ., n 0 a cr m as° ii i "teaTci n the A.UStro-tlungarians lorged ahead u d hegai w o i k n t , nei It is also leported th^-t the Italians have regained all the wireless t i e t,u marine dropped aste n erntor. between ^ eison . nd the Fossetta canal The Austro- and was no sem a 0 am li 1 - ind receive co-il allow ant ts rho adrim s rat on states it tn assure l ie nttessari coal o n l j to those nlanls w h i c h rt urn the repots promptlv GEORGE COCHRAN HURT M t i n b c r s of he cit% c o u n c i l tn 1 M i o r D u K g i n w i l l bt j n l i n e in i both the \\ e t Side, anc South Con ne ISMlIe v o l i n t r c i fi"G depirtmen « w i l l m a r c h Ml c i U 7 L i i s w ht) i\ i ^ t to do so l i e irmted o pT"(ici]ite n tl pirido \ f l ( r n i r c h i r t j o \ c r i ic pil streets t h e p - i r l o \ \ i l di^ ai hc L n i o \ ^ i p i i 1 c h n r i Brot t rs is a i \ i f c In i n g m 1 is 1 ibcm l l r i\ ht. \ ints to t, b-vU to OH cdmi) but l a c V - s IK fun K Ho is \\i I ] n 0 10 i e urn 11 ir^poni tion or i L,U u is -,,_ni 01 him \ i t n r r c J K i r k Kemu w i l l t, t in o c o m i i in r uion w tl) Brt hers t a j t n rann«.llsvi ic is asked to contribnio $ _ J J _ ^ in tLc AV ir todMnts cai paigu w l ich ope is tonoirow ind et ji EUGS ojit_ \ \ C L K I aveito coum hat. lcea assessed $ i uOu OoO, and j, te jn.n ic ht I^L-LO ] oubC c-anva s to '·a be Le ai^oun it, iila.Ti cd L\cr\ person m i c co u n n \ v i l i )p asked to pledge is n ucL ab pc s«=ib c pd\a.jle bj me UK! f tJ r \ c u i J be c j u n j loan, bcidruartorb m j n i uin ng be opening of the c-.ni- pi ^11 la^t evminj, g a \ c iJie official. 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DUNN DEAFENED Uuirson S Idioi chusctls Su^ GLOrgo Cochr^- ran of Daw son in r D at ( .imp m Jlassa- jnii'. i l i o U r i J GK. son a' l[ T CocL i brother of liar llungananb it is declared have been confined to the ground ictueeii the Fossetta canal and the Sile canal on the west bank, ·t the Pia\e ruer, Cochran b u i u r t n i e n d c n t of Uie D t w b o n race track w is i n j u r a d w h i l e pma r i n ^ foi l i r i c h di tits, at Cimp D e \ c n s Vi c ^lis The c a m p h o s p i t i l reports t h a t the \ o u n g rnin is s u f t n n g f r o m a frac i L u t e d l i g h t k g a n d a difaijcated l e f t ' ar j ) j F n j t t t o C o n n i i 0 in cor S i n o i i ^ h \ i fitted h] t-un ( om H \I»n 1 Vcco si i\? to infonnition rectned i from Port vlott locited on t h e lorsc coibt I l e u t o n i n t P u l Dunn f ueii | ilu w o r t o \ .indcrhiU h s H cn rendered d c j f Tin'- ci is tht, i t s u l jf the he-i^j coiRiission rj 10 of t i e !lea^^ irt I l e - j picceb rtluti " i o in ( o i s t a r t p act cc off tiie ( ts Hr is tal ing u e i m t - n t m Pli 1 idc ONLY HALF 1 "1! 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