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June 21, 1918

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PAGE FOUK. LIALL-Ti UOLKJUiK CON^tLLSVILLB PA. FRIDAA JLI\E 21 191S Sijr SatU? E0uraar. HENRY P SNYDEB. Foundex and Editor 1S7J 91* THE COCUIt.ll COMPACT. I»wblUker». K. IL President. JAS J -DKISCQUU. « T and Treasurer Business JOH-N L. G\Nb W \LTUR. S. Citj Editor MISS LYNN C B IU N Society Edito- MIEMBER OP \psoclnWd Fraas Audit Bureau of Circulation Pennavlvan'a Associarod Dallies. rwo cants per copy 60c per month Is per j-ear by mail 1C paid in advance Eotored as second class matter at the pototflce Connellsville Pa. ir X T i JIM. ,1, The Courier a Service Flas WILLI\M P SHERMAN Hospital ~Ltt.ii L. Aratricj. E^ peditlonar'^ Forces Fraice RALPH F SLIGEP Compani H 31»th Infantry 1 T S, N V. \n-crican t ^pedl tionarj * ° Ct - s f ra c MICHAEL GP-EN VLXO HAP OLD RH-HETc Batters B H37th Field Artil lery 2Sth Division L ^ N G, American Expwllti JQ ary Forc* c Prance LLOYD E COV Curnpaay F J~th Entire ra U S. A, Fort Myer \ ~ JULIAS CRObSE Company E loth Engineers (Railway) American Etpe dltiorvar Forces France. JAMSS J McPARTLAND Company B 63rd "bng nccrs (Railway) Fort BonJ min Harrison Jndiarapo lis Indiana. RUSSELL LENItARl I S S President Grant, L S- Navy Member ot Tl»e _i»soclmt*£ Pr*«». Tha Associated Press la ex clasiveiy en HU:d to the uso for republlcatlon oi all *ie-* a dta patches credrwd to IE vt not otherwise credited la thi) papjr and also tho local news published herein. Th Dem anin. stem itv of, a3\ at* ht.^ ^ n no «ip =cant notict- m tl e he \ork*.r! ire 1 eb iC thej Ia\ d o w n on ^.et into tht, s HI.- ditr*. w h o lac iht to H elrs Ill* 1C DLTT. The meetings to be hold in die coke region with, a ilew o inducing the ·workers to grea er effo"i and dih gence In speeding up the , reduction o f coal and coke *ill be ;ucees;,ful according as tfafly are loade to appeal to the mea as individuals upon whom a great responsibilitj ~c ts The average mine and oke ya^d worker -very much as tbf a\erage ·worker in an other D ainf 1 occupa tion is susceptible of innienceo des gned to afftct hi rplaticn^ to b 3 country and his fellows \M en the necessity for dam., a ctnai thirg 01 doins, i. differentb g mj.de plain and the doing of it is place upon the basa of indn iduai obligation and du?} and the appea for acjon is j tam state st 11 made in uie right ^p nt there are | co n to Conn n comparative j few mine aad COKC Horkers just as there arc fevr ·work- ers o an clasi \vho \vi 1 not re s pond. In the mass the ft orders c f the Con- nellsvitle reg on know in a general way that tl e'r "work is a \ e r import ant Cac or in w i n n i n g the * t~r but as individuals thev do not nalize ho v vi_allj necesbarj is tht par eacb ha» in the gr\u under ak ng Perhaps the thought aas occui"ed t \ e r few that the hatit o* taking a. da^. oft \vhou it suits t h e i r pica ure to lo so ha very much to do u th t! e reduction in the rig on 3 outpat tor that da\ V sirgle day's production 1 a sng e e r np'oe cuts a verv =mall 1 i,ure coin pared with ih^ a^r^ate o f all the 0« SEVA--SICCOR OR PFR- ISIT In the couise of nearlj four jears of the woild war the gaunt hand of starvation has scrawled the names ot more individuals oa i s side, of the death ledger than, have perished by gunpowder gas anil bteel Foui miL lion seven hundred im 1 'iftv thousand persons haio died from starvation while about 4 250 000 hive been killer! 03 fighting Hungei gna^ ed at t i e vitals of Kussia nut I her mora e was so weakened that she collapsed Tht. same cause ma jusU be a tnbutcc to the crumpling of heroic little Rou mama Ital underfed with fooc 1 and overfed v, th insidious German propa gacda, went through a crisis last fall that threatened to re-suit disastrously lor the allied p ogram And now the call has come frcrn England France It ah and Belgium that wheat must be forthcoming or tliei* cannot Tssure U H that the allied armies or the morale 1 behind the lines in those countries will be maintained On June 1 there reiiamet hut 5G 600 00) bushels of v. heat in the Unite^ States If WP consumed ·wheat at our normal rate of consumption more than 40000000 bushels per month, we Tvould lack it least 25 000 000 bushels for our needs during June and julv ind not send one bushel abroad To meet the ·\ery minimum needs of bushels for this wo mortr period leaxmg but 13 000000 bushels per month--less Jim one third of nor mil--Cor home consumption The en lire 30 000 000 bushels that the allie« need must cone from our si\mgs before the next wheat hir\tst It is inconceivable that Vrae T -ica should faH In this crisis The ^noi** strati of our population cannot bear eqnallv this reduct on In consumption of VT ie*U bread Those engaged physical labo- need a larger breid ra tion than tbo. e In sed^ntarv occupa t ons Furthermore the «pcc al re QUireroents of children and invalids must be safeguarded To me the need abroad and pre\ont serious su* ferine it home it is imperative that those whose circumstances permit shall abstain from wheat and wheat. products unit! 'he next harvest "VTi h f i l l understanding that as a nat on we must si\e or sirk SHOCO hose o\er^e-» or peii*h \%ith them let us graso this opporiunitj--a p m i iegc not a sicnfice--to ib am from wheat Thus ma* ihose w l t o cannrt fight ma er-alU aid he can e on the SUCCPSS of whicn rests tbe freedom of mankind raltc parti, p ( to be d n % on t t h e t - ·ti n B for a CJ. J d LI to-* ih«tt tl hj be n r l u d i licit h j It" wet si ntlard le-irer Jit n lit r n i ii Iidvt, to ud\ c us f jr .1 pa t Coil Uppers nd coke w o r k e r s d o ^a.'v c tht s t i m u l u s o£ nirti I ^ k«,e tht,m. at \ orK I t ir h« duitry a-t iot Jccorittd Mill me 1 t \vt-i Pt_ra nn nj, t et I jr 1 cht,^ li. ·*· tl c Js f £ c o n v t lie and \ mca is j.nd men tu levt. op il IJ 11 le t i n g Karl t \ e i ut tlii. U.i iaiii in st of t h f duiiik it alone on the e o I c do Gr p '^ r 1 t but Be the folks i or ed 11 pre^il lin !·« mtk t g n i home o' th mt rlcj.ni ire s^ t i n f n o r t ern I rarct o o'-thtrn I aly on t h e t i t u i t i the I t a l i a n s In V Mitchell I aimer m i j b custn liin n' il pn r e r t j in the Lr t d S t n t r s ] ut *lT.mlj h l b x u t h o r t c iscb w h e n iLt np inr t tike o\er Ju lt,i, onn \v ell tht, chosen k ider of the Old G iircl In Pcnn-^j 1 j.r la en s and Young Men s 1.50 and $2 ^ alues--Gouns, Coniluiiation Suits, and COFM t lor $1.7 to ?20 1 aloes A.11 b c a u t i f u l l t i mined vi h 'ancy laces nb | bo is .-id en]Lroidci\ Special' One lot of oOc Corset Coders and Dra\veis enuioiden trim naed special at I / All the litest up to date models 111 newest summer ma tenals and fauc cool clo hs for $22.50. $25 and $27.50 Beautiful $15 New Silk $25. $30 and $32.50 Women'.-, and Misses' Prettiest Georgette Satins Crenc c*e Chine stv e^ e\clusnc a 1 tno nicbt \\antod colors in all c ]^es on odle for Made in the newest and pre t cst stiles of fine Taffeui Satin and Crepe de Chine All co ors on sale for Made in (he newest and cleverest styles, for Our Great Money Saving Specials! Our Original Money Saving Specials! Aiert s ^2 oO \\ ork- ng Pan^s $1 00 finest grade Corsets bpecial _ . feuims, \Miih Lilians. I'rdtj 'Idlion (1 JId1s iC i ' e n s Rompers all colors Gingham $1 00 Percale House Wa sts oark blue or gre\ $5 to $10 Values fo "0 Tia\eling Bags, lal _ - - T! pretuest Ticl -.ma te^ f i ion d Hals t \ e i b T u n in IDS t All b u t i f u T h t r n m i L l i d tailor ed In jll I!K new it e 1 l COTI arcl ce the prcLliest show $1 00 Bojs Knee Pants all colors Women s $1 50 House made ol Dresses 98c O "Men s union Suits all sules All kinds of Tennis Slipptrs, all sizd» 75c "\i o'nen s Silk Hose black and all colors ._ Addition to BEST We Cshre ?len s 25c Ores* IIosc all color-) a pan _ FOP S X I f --, CAl i \\I t - t t r \ H t r u k 1 1 I i t u c ou \ cui L jr r I 1 * in. if n "»M ^ Sh r 1 l 1 j u n C r r i I ITS II k « 1 o »n 1 fa u t l \s VNTFE -- r\\o GIRLS VT r C j i FauL rj "OT McL-uru icl u \ o \NTLH. -- \ T OVCF I- M h K j istr cook Applv ^ \ M I V T 3t \\ V S T C r -- S F C O N D II \ \ U J Ul I tnp L b ) tt n t, L»edk cire C i u r er n t in Brr T( j ort to t r i p the Pliin lor stamp Drive. meeting of tt e A\ai Se^^ ice men emploed but \vlien multiplied League ot Dun* r \\ill be held Man bj nund cd s as % e r ereqt enth hap- ' da-v c\en ng at S o clock in the Me h pens fo Jouins pa^ da s an J other oc ' ^^ I piscop" chu r ch at Dunbar to \ V A N T L . I -- \ U U L. juien C i t j rmt urani c^t Pt tcli bt cet T,\ \ N rh,I --Gli L 3-D t 01 NL1 V I h USLV ork U3 McCo-n ck T \ c 1 Jun .Up nd casions. the rcb lit represents 110 dif- ference» be ween a *artia ind a full devise a plan fo the sale of ^Var Siv Ing Stamps ind to c ecure "volunteers for firm lajor da s run Bj his Jiffert ce when ^ or frirm lajor The meeting ha ; ever it occu-- doc^- the region f a l l i b e e n i^ranged h\ the e \ D f u t h e com short of furnishing \\tat s rcqiired m i t ce and a large attendince is de of it and the ndi dual workers fall short of pe i - f ormi s tl c r f u l l du ^ In con-*equei cc the ctun r is ha overthrow of Pi \\ \ \ T I -- f }P XS rilLC K DH1\ fcr b c [ i i c -1 yount, mil Vd (3 (_t,4 Trucl -Jrivi,r c irt. C o u r i e r 1 junc.31" V, V N T t i -- POi S \ \ U G U I S o v e r l G ^ i s f i b r u n p ci" K t ·« ork f u.r ar^. paid C U N N L I I h\ ILLL bl jK 1111 I J netf -11 r 1 I hr s n 1 rj rt.i i i! 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R i v s c tl- tl nu i l i t " l u n 8 1 t u c Crl ORU t h In in 1 v i i n \ u 1 L\C v, i h r r t? . ! n 1 f i i r i n bl uH i I Gl \ r i M HOI El F \ I N T J \ G AD | j% L j ^r \\* T U * S ''°T S I * he war ed i rogram OE t ud thf fi^al is made mote diff u u i -id prolong'd While «orae cok % orke s mav re fuse to a sti-t to th ^rop-j^ition thai in the p e^cnt e^itiseic} 10 man ha tht right to be indi «L.rcnt or lack ug in his habits o* worn, t is but f ai f o say tha n?nj of then ha e not DCP made *o cleailj under tand that s eadj eiiplo*nent n an t tmtial in dust i- is as ro ich a f o i m ol pur ot isra a= ^ t o i c e at tae f r o n t Inasmuch i- bEt-omhiE; a sold L i t la f o i m o*" di»p ayirg patriotism that n» attract | ed the mo^ ^ t U n l "u ir the public eje and ja- appealed to n ost men as the on3 v av a v hicj 7ric ]pviltv can apprqpmteh be c h \\u pnn wo-kers have never r c a l l v considered! our classified advertisements w SN r? n -- FI\ r Tr \CHI i b T % tt_\v - t w n ^ i [) Hoar n cet^ J u l j bL ^ r t JL t \ 11 U t b U i,n fa L -tan \ l i tor i P i 2 } j L J t "WANT1 1 --S \ _ S l \ N OH M J S TI)% (. u t d o o i wont irul t,o d op] o u i i t ^ 'or he r i ^ h t I ^rsur \ Ir v.\ curt. ( ouner 18j»n it \ V h e i i a \n 1 w LI de t h brea li rim ULL ·W \ N T J D--GU I FOR C M U \ L h uicvvorh fun Ij of ilirct Good 151 C t f r StnU 5" 1 ur it 11L \V e^t W i-* i ngtun av o l j u n e l t t home ,^1 h in in hi. \% ib palo p cd s iff *j.nd was out tri ght on Ins Tolld (o u h l n e of Ms f r l k s \\ VN Fi.. "--\ OL NG M \ N TO CLt RK In hardwir store OOOL. p n n r t u n l t \ to learn tt e business ddres^ II \ H V V. r care The Cour cr C o n n o l H \ i l l e r j u r i_tf W i gathered ibout Cor it -.cemeil like f u n , * TT To l i s t e r iv, lie tc i r a \ u K Hun . hc s c r c aTMcd a- our bunch a hin ' D he live been ihcre \ t r d n I * Bu 1 ru li Thou li cr i thnf sttadih told its do * · d~um task lartake-, or th r i t u r e of patriotism in -n \ i\ "Wfeer aaJ wh«.'-e in*"made o t.et thu u s e f u l is trulv pa'riut c and ncc has been a Tullmi^ae ^ o pncticc greater ndustr\ It is i ot believed I D the coke ^ork. rs ire d i f f e r e n t ir his respect from othe- woilrncr e\en thougn he~v hi o Je\eloped ^omt, habits peculla r lv the r o w n In fact tho meeting it L m o n t o w n a ip\v B n'ghts ago \ \ l t n the lui\ of mdivid Fh ual workers v-is *o cU rU pointed] out demonstri ed t l a t 1 ! bulk o p t h p X n intell gent and t h o u ^ i t f u l men in the region are r°ady f o take nep n the mo\emcnt to ncreasc l~c prediction o f coal and coki Similar meet ngs throjgbout the region v 11 no doubt be just a effective in c ecunug tho Put rtcr same kind of pledge fro"i still oiher I * oncers. There w i l l I c sonie one »-ho will stuHbornl bold ou against dl pleas ind arwtonts bat their t-mmber will bo smati "o iparcd a i t h i who, ha%*irg had tb 1- d i \ un sjmpitlutl a h and pa pointed ou* c tluut ; ready to do it "-nodcr me clot dcr Ka scr lied ·vv A N T r n -- o r D r\LSL, TI E- Dun t ma ttr if b i o k e n I pay $-! 00 to $1 00 t,r a-et E»_nd bj p^rcc post and [ ri,ceKe check bj rt?Larn mall L M\7n -007 South I if th Htro^-t Ph I adclpbia J a Ijune22 This is Inventory month in every Union Supply Company store in the coke region Bargains are available in every line As fast as goods are inventoried all surplus, shop worn, soiled, and odds and ends of goods are im- med^ately put on sale at bargain prices. These lines include all kinds of merchandise earned m a regular department store You "will find bargains in the dry goods department, in the shoe department, furniture depai tment, notion department, hardware department, giocery department meal de- pai tment, in fact throughout the entire store there will be something of es- value to athact vour attention. These bargains will only last a short time TOR R! NT--ROOM WITH BOARD I'M WLS \pple street 20junetf he bromlscl ·v ouH *;oon b our 1 * v Id lun 1 1 t cforc out tli n t fell \ en \e made our h tiLbl der i\ii c er tought ire d 1 h line und der tt oops of Franci, U n d re^illv f*»H ot % o hid a chinco ^ dose arc Hes \ n t he ( i In t T an lie coul 1 ^ iv d ze t h n n s m l t a con science clcin FOR I LNT--POOMS O I J IGL1F housekct-i my A p p l j 11J S fa xtli st ~^OR PI NT -- A J51 SiliABI T three 0011 partment w Ith bath In qulr* FLOJ I N C L SMI t / l l j u n c l f ind he ^ at o u t n. I rokcn tooth t hi 1 '-topped t ic f * of i "i ai Kee ·\ ouLli then t f t d( rls fondled in eye » nc 1 black t hi! felt the force of a \ a n k s \ n d ch I hi » i e 1 tl P blond fnm a flattened 1 he n too clos'c to i Yankc 3 I-^ilcc- hed to u" day und I dot der Yanks car t en h to d u ficht I I OVT---IN C O v L l s M T L.I I OCK 1 ool containing $ " and rc^ bt ^tio r l L l i t , ninn. of s iuiK C!M na Pe . ir 1 i r e t u r eel to Put" UTK Bre i, n;, t. o " I j u n e ^ t t O H K t - N T -- STUJ UTIOOMfa quire FL.U1LNCL, SMLTZ FOn 1 F^"--TWO H O L S L S s!5 and S O n West Side A L \Y\G OM-FK A. CO 2 1 j u i e - t iOR 1 t-NT -- MODI I N 8 ROOM house on South S t Pob ession j.t ouci. Infiuina 112 .Last Patterson U L FOR RT NT--A VFRT CC^VLS t NT pi-rage located on Cottage a^ e rear o f ) Ivall i residence Inquire 1\.AIL S B V N K 1 junetf For FOR S VLE--ADVERTISING SPACL, In *hls pi per Ask for races. FOK SVL.1--- LSFD ITTTDSON A TO model 33 in good ru--n nff condition Imm e I u 4 M7 Criwforj or Wolls Mills Garage ISjunetf l OR S \.L."C-- V IF VT SUOI CDN tro.ll located Good cison 1 - for bell t ing Addre 1 ^ V Th C u ier drc -j G L SJJ VW 115 Orchard r t t 1 J OM SALE I OR S M I -ONE SI\(. CR 1 OL\ 1 ol bin C 1 3u fe t ^ol O L k SI o b t h r i n n t h SLi» l i r ) t j ?1 tar; 5 0 in n a r \ oth r in ik s r n c f i c"^ J f in ch ne In tir t t! c dition ( t i l in 1 soo n l tr th h r x i s L 1 c s o i l T* hi «? \ n ^i cl in*' (.o 1 i -5 1 itt li I irf I I "t to t o u r S n I j o u r n n n s "V H s! ip Jt unci 1 tret.! I ost ! ni Ct-s i a 1 1 rrod PI mr jtl I ck i" I L IM,n JUih, n 1 r n t I r S O 1 0 C r 1 0 A Is \\ tu Liid Brow Let, ho n u - r S · On fJ f r * 1 )0 f r E Iii I 1 Him 1 1 Ol I [ H\ 1 Mill 1 ell 3 I one 1 7 1 * U n l j t n I L l.rubU T obi on Mel n n L A \ i ! ] U i i s \ u rn M " DJ.II-, I tin ( ur £ C nil I I'll s of t a tt u u tj P N o f\S V u tir 111S To 1)1\. l ! W T) 1 U b r o n d L i i t \ r i i r c l 1 n t l l i c j t h u the subpoena -lid a l i i subt oem n this else ll ivi, bcf '·eliirned Son t.s i n c n t u a o u arc thorcCorL rt. l u l l e d o Oxfords, Pumps, Shoes--all tlie shades a n d colors that aie good Men women and children with reo.1 Shoes Sn^o tbe linlr d Hei.a l i n l r i nvcr t h e onJ-* rcrocd-* for re n i t s Fri e M O O p -,tat,e paid I i I I j t orxt *c tidaltrs Drat, iseotttlalt. Pa. Larsre Defj.Ttment Stores, Located ia Fayette, Westmoreland and AJlegheny Couiities. AWD REAL eSTATE, £ South Meadot* P

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