The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 22, 1918 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, June 22, 1918
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.'.PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. ",~ A meeting- o£ the ladies auxiliary to j band, Corporal Colborn, who expects the. Ancient Order at Hibernians will 1 to leave soon for duty overseas. Tney Se" held tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 [ "-O'clock in the parochial school audi- l.Wrium. All memiiers are asked to Attend were joined in. Pittsburg by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Colborn. Mrs. Thomas Adams of Somerset, with -£~iJrs. H. C. Sffles and Mrs. H. G. Batten entertained at a farewell dinner «rt-S« Maccabee bonding last'night ·;Ipr Frank Herbert "of Dirarsori, who ··leaves on Wednesday with the'.draft- · JNg for Camp Lee, Va. The yoting man - -_a -well known here, being employed ;^-"the Wells-Mills ' garage. Fifteen ;;guesis were present. He was pre. seated with a -wntins kit. . ·_ JTag day -will be observed Sunday, J Jone 30, by the Sunday school of the CEIict Baptist church. A beautiful "new" flag, purchased to replace the eoe recently destroyed by the storm, ·'·»iiU-be dedicated with appropriate ei- ~ ·jJTJie name of Raleigh Pelton has ..been added to the honor roll of the J.JKot Baptist cJrarch. Ycrnng FeJton unlisted in the navy and is stationed : at Norfolk, Va. monthly meeting" of - the Mis- '·SKra'circle of the First Baptist church - will - b* held Tburstay afternoon at : f~- o'clock in the chapel of the 7jhnrjh. Mrs. A. C. Stickel and Mrs. ;Sherrick will have charge of the program, -which will consist of timely ; aj4 tnteresijng- missionary topics and : Special music. The battalion of ;wrayer will meet for' a half-hoar of : prayer for tie soldiers, preceding the 'missionary meeting. All women of "th« congregation are invited. ""18B«3 Grace Eantin of Adelaide, en- Hertalned the T. C. T. yancj-work club "fist evening at toe home of Misses and Clara Patterson in Por- About fifteen persons attended and spent z. very enjoyable l^rening. Knitting, tancrwork, music ~wsA\ sames were the amusements. "Dainty refreshments were served. has returned home alter a visit her sisters, the Misses Mclntyre. Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Baum of Dawson have returned home from a visit with relatives in Ohio. Preparedness Is 'tie word. The WAR SAVINGS STAMPS TO BE TAKEN IN PART PAY BY MANY EMPLOYES \ Plan Moots Approval by Employing Interests; John Datis in Chrgu of 1'crMng Limit Club l'aui]uuj,ii. The managers of the War Savings Stamps campaign in Fayette county havo received assurances from the coal and coke and other industrial enterprises in. the county that they will join in a plan to have their em- ployes accept stamps in part payment lor their earnings on pay days. Tiie plan jjrovides for employes agreeing to take a certain percentage of his pay in \Vur Savings Stamps instead of cash. All concerns liave heen supplied with, a liberal number of pledge blanks wliich the employe will be asked to sign, in which ho consents to the proposition, and sets FIFTY TO ONE HUNDRED DIE Continued f*-nm Pajre One. I'OBTY BODIES ItliCOVF.llKD AT 10.15 O'CLOCK A. M. i: was said lliat 10 bodies, have been received at morgue*, here aud that others were on their wtiy. JUNV VALUABLE HOIJSES forth.the amount he wishes in stamps ~ plan time to install a furnace is now. Buy a Caloric Pipeless Furnace which has no pipes' running through your eel- lar but vill.give you an even heat all | a" t 'eictTpay day." "iae ,, -. . through -your house with ^no-third ( l g n(Jt lmuud to £oal and cokc ctm _ cerns but Is applicable wherever pay envelopes are distributed. The plan is to remain in force until the close of the present year. John Davis of Conneilsville, has been appointed manager of the Perns L-mnt clnb, which has been organized with Harry "Whyel of Uniontown in general charge, and Mrs. Harry Whyel in charge ot the women's division of the club. Twenty so- Licitors have been appointed to make a house to house canvas in Uniontown, beginning on Monday. EABL to onWhall less Juel. The Caloric is sold on a 5 year guarantee, it will pay yoti to see this furnace before you bny. Anderson-Loucks Hardware Company.--Adv.--20-2t. Miss Stella Moreland, a nnrse in a hospital at Jenkins, S3'-, arrived here yesterday to visit her sister, Miss Sarah Moreland. Mrs. Eli Bridgewater has returned to her home in Pittuburg alter spending a week at the -home of Mrs. T. J. Smith in Ntath street. Greenwood. Have you bought your low shoes yet? You are now approaching three of the hottest months of the year, July, August and September. Why not buy them now before the Fourth oj July? Downs' ' Shoe Store has everything. Glance in their windows when passing by.--Adv.-23. Dr. and Mrs. "W. N. Goldsmith and baby, Sarah, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kosenbaum ol Unioutown, Thursday. fifty couples attended a well appointed dance given last evening in tne'Cochran banquet hall at Dawson By the .Dunbar. Township. High. School 'AETnmi."" MusT;was furnished by Kl- "ferle's orchestra. Miss Loreen Struble sang "There's a Long, Long Trail." Among the ConnellsviUe guests were - - Miss Nelle Flennikeii, Miss Loreen Struble, Paul B. Soisson, Edwin Keaggy, Ray Goodwin, Panl Ralston, D. Kirfe DUisorth, Fred Strawn, Edward Berkey; ' Adoloh Herzbers and A. J. James. " - PERSONAL. -J ~" airs. G. C. Jarrett of StQttdale was .. shopping in town;_yestejday. , Mrs.'. H. G. Batten and three sons left,, today for, Erie, Pa., where -they wtlf speed 'the summer. The best Ttlace . to shop after all. Brotmell Shoe Co.-- Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph .Manst and son Billy of. Mineral Point, "Wis., motored from that place aad visited at the home of 5tr. and Mrs. H. W. Lessig here. Mr. Maust started on a return trip yesterday. Downs' Shoe Store is now ready to gtre i£ etr ^^g anything they want in low shoes lor the Fourth. Espe- ei»lly .Trell s»ocked_in_ ladies' oxfords In" patent, gn.y and Havana brown; also- pumps" in,ill styles.-- Adv.-22. Miss Margaret Herjiick went to Pittaburg this iiorning to -visit Mrs, F. G. Bannerot and other friends. "We will clean, preas or repair that oM 'siit-of 'yonri'to look, like new. Iave Cohen, Tailor.-- -Adv. Mrs, WUHani "Cnmmin'gs of Dun- "k^rk^ p., is -risiting at the home of her soiws-law 'and daughter,- Air. and Mrs; S^ N Qsborn on the South Side. ""Mse" Gertrude Tramp is the gnest Blanche _CunnEn^am of 0n- .. AHermaiFv?', "D." ColboWanil daugh- .ter-In-law, Mrs. James E.' CoJborn, -l»ft .last -night--for- Camp' Sherman, " see'tfie lattnr's hus- WOMEN TO STATE Ien-])»y SpeeW Conrse in Home Bco- Henries Beginning .Inly 1. The ten-day special course In home economics and food administration, beginning at Pennsylvania State college July 1, will be taken by a number of women, of Fayetto county who are interested in the conserva.ion and preparation of food. The only cost will be transportation to and from during the course. Those taking the course will be required to pledge themselves to devote a minimum of ten hours a week during the summer instructing classes throughout the county in home economics as a part of the food conservation campaign. Enrollment can be made through Mrs. R. E. Umbel, chairman of the Payette County Woman's Council of National Defense and Mrs. Charles lj. Davidson, chairman of the division cf home economics and food administration, both .Uniontown. of whom reside IP ffWORTH LEAGUE MEETING Anmntl ScKeesport District fonte*- . tton at Fexryopolis Next T¥««k. The .annual convention of the McKeesport district of the Epvrorth League ot the Pittsburg conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, will be held "Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week, in the First Methodist Episcopal church at Perryopolis. Tie speakers are: Fred Vf. Pennington, East McKeesport; Rev. J. S. Law, Perryopolis; Samuel B. Vaugh- aa, McKeesport; Miss Cornelia Fleming, C. "W. Hall, Confluence; Dr. Johnson, Hiss AJma. Dannecker, Meyersdale; Allen Gregg, McKeesport; Bev. Tannehin, Scottdale; Mrs. W. H. Williams, Dtmbar; Miss Olive A. Munn, Dr. J.. Ji Hill, Pittsbnrg; Hev. Tomer, McKeesport; Miss Eraline Dawe, McKeesport; Rev. Albert Edward Day, Delaware, O. DIES OF LOCKJAW Consi» of Mrs. T. Z. Miller Tietim, Folloiring Railroad Accident 3Irs. T. E. Miller of Race street this morning received word of the death of her cousin, John G. Deffibaugh, 31 years old, a -well-known Baltimore Ohio machinist of South Cumberland, which occurred yesterday -afternoon at the Harmon hotel, Petersburg, W. Va. Mr. Defllbaugh's death -was caused from lockjaw, which resulted 'from, injuries suffered at Mill Creek on the Romney branch of the Baltimore 'Ohio railroad, when an engine went through a partly burned bridge. The deceased is known in Connells- j ville. His widow and one child survives. owner of the genback circui KKHOKTfcl) KSLliKU CHICAGO, JJune 22.-- fid Bolla jKl ," aru MRS. DAWSON DIES Wife of SnlToUon Army Captain Pusses A way in Pi it*: I) uric. Mr 1 ?. E. S Dawwni, wife of Ca.pta.fn Davtbon of I'm Salvation A r m y in Conellsviilo, duicJ ycstoijilfty ofLcrnouu at the MeGec hospital, IMLt-sburg, after Jin illness of three wc-clis. Her comJi- ti-on. bad bcun ctitical 'from the tlnm of her removal to tlic hospital Tbc remains will bo taken to Wilkc-j- Barrc, fthuru tuncral services w i l l be conducted at the Salvation Army cttu- BosJdcs her husband, .Mrs wrccltcd Wallace-Ha- * on leaves a son. William lidward estimated tho (lend at 50 aaci the injured at 75. A number o£ valuable borses arc believed to have perished also. The accident occurred at about 4.30 A. M. H was impossible to obtain water and the flames burned unchecked. L. "\V. Londman, general passenger Dawson 10 days old, and a brother and tester, William. IIufjb.cs and Mrs. George Paul oC Wilkes-Barrc. The DawHons caine to Connellsville a few mouths ago at the tmie of the retirement of Captain L. S. Fheips. Dunliar JIan Itrops Head. Stephen Lenliart, 58 years old, a la- n agent o£ the Michigan Central, said I oorcl ' at the plant ot the his only explanation ot the wreck was 'Manganese plant at Dunbar, iliopped that the engineer oC the train of empties must have been dead at tic throttle. "In no other way can I account for !ho fact that he ignored all of tie , usual danger signals placed by the I b e hcld tomorrow afternoon at 3 'COME dead yesterday. Tbo body was biought to Connellsville and removed to the home ot a brother of the deceased, J. H. Lenhart, in Highland j avenue, from where the funeral w i l l ' THE1 TKe HOME of QUALITY 129 to 153 N PlTTSBURS St. CONNELLSVILLE^.fev COMNELLSVILLE'S GREATEST STORE circus tra:n," said Mr. Landman. "He ran past two block signals, two red light signals and the usual fasos planted between the rails and throwing off a brilliant red light visible for a long distance. "This engineer is missing. My information is that with the except.on of tbo engineer, whose fate is a mys- o'clock. Rev. D. E. Mmerd of Dunbar, and Rev. G. L. C. Richardson will officiate. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. llunley at Dnnson. Ex-Governor Hanley will speak on "Patriotism and the Amendment," at the 21st Sunday evening community ARRIVES SAHiLY Di FRA5CE Mr. and Mrs. Bert StiUwagon of Snydortown, received a card from their son-in-law. Earl W. Wynn, telling of his safe arrival somewhere in France. "Wynn was at one time a druggist for C Roy Hetiel. ! tery. no one on the train ot Pullmans I services of the churches of Dawson I was hurt. It is the worst wreck in to °° hold tomorrow evening at 8 the history ot the road, I believe." i o'clock in the Cochran Memorial The large number of persons in | Methodist church. the casualty list ia said to be due to the practice of show trains of sleeping two persons to a berth. Tao coaches were Pullmans of an obso- KKED ·ffllfGllOTE Cf FKAJfCE, HJTTER SATS C. Reed "Wingrove has arrived safely over there, according to a card received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wingrove. Wingrove is attached to Company E, 305th Motor Supply Train, JOE BCTTERMOUT3 AT EJCBAJtKATKIS CA3IT Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Buttermore and amily and Mr. and Mrs. George S. Connell left this morning by automobile for "Washington, D. C., to see Mr. and Mrs. Buttermoro's son, Joseph Buttermore, who is at an em- bakration camp awaitinj leave for duty overseas. AM5EBT FKOM FEAIfCE. Mrs. Martha Turney of East Green street, this morning received two let- Icte type converted painted show cars. into gaudily COKTEIITET). In Revival in Tent in Jfovi \"ork Town Led by Local Minister. Rev. J. S. Showers has returned from Jamestown, N. Y., where he cou- ductad a three-week revhal for the pastor of the charge, Kev. W. P. Banks. Twenty-two persons confessed conversion under his preaching. The services were held in a tent, the work in that placd" being new for the United Brethren clinrch. The greatest success of the revival camo the closing day. Eighten persons came forward at the eleventh hour services, seven In the morning, eleven in the evening. Notice. To Merchants, Manufacturers, Garages and any one whom tercet in Connellsville, it may in- Scottdale, ters from her son, Albert F. Turney. a | if ount Pleasant, Dawson, Vanderbilt member of Company D, llCth ment. He writes that he is well and happy. He is a brother of Mrs. J, R. Kaulfman of East Green street. nxi rux A DROOP is THE JCAJSEK'S MUSTACHE Captain Joseph T. Woodward of tie Medical Officers' Reserve Corps, attached to au aero squadron, aviation section, passed through Connellsville yesterday en route to an embarkation camp. In a note to the editor ot The Courier, a boyhood friend, he said: "We are Berlin bound, and we mean and Dunbar. Beginning Monday, June 2-ith, Wells Mills Motor Car Company -will make daily round trips to ' Pittsburg for parcels and expicss up to 250 pounds in any one shipment Phono us yonr instructions. "Wells Mills Motor Car Company, Connellsville, Pa. Bell Phone 1022; Tri-State 502.--Adv.-21-2t. Let Cuticura Soothe Your Itching Skin Nothing" purer, sweeter or more effective for rushes, itcbinjjs and irritations. Bathe wilh Cuticum Soaj and hot water to free the pores of impurities and follow with a gentle application of Cuticpra Ointment to soothe and heaJ. When used for evcry-day toilet purposes Cati- cura Soap not only cleanses, purifies and beautifies, but it prevents many little skin troubles if assisted bv occasional use / of Outicura Olnt- tt to soothe and heal the first «s of skin troubles. Absolutely er. 3tflfie Alumni Chapter President, At the annual meeting of the Seton Hill Alumni association held at Seton Hill college, Greensburff, yeilerday, to put a droop'in the'kaiser's nras- M «' 2"zab E th Gordon Dixon of Connellsville, was elected president of the Greensburg chapter. tache before wo come home." Captain Woodward, a son of Caleb Woodward and grandson of the late James Mustard, was born and raised to young manhood in Spriaghil] township. Twenty-nine years ago he went to Kansas, where he has since been engaged in the practice of medicine. ThereBs always a safe arid pteasant qiptotakB its place POSTUM is now used re§- tilaiiy by thousands of former coffee drinfceis who live better sncLfeeL Jaetter because of the Three; Big Sermons. Three sermons will be delivered tomorrow in the revival at the Church of the Brethren mission on the "West Side by Rev. M. J. Brougher. They 1 are: 11 o'clock, "The Best Thing in ' ' ADELAIDE SOIDIER AT EKGLISH POUT. Mrs. Elizabeth Boyd of Adelaide has received word from her son, James, who is with tie Headquarters company, 319th Heavy Field Artillery, of his safe arrival at an English port. John Boyd, the oldest son of this patriotic mother, is also with the colors, and is stationed at present at Camp Fremont, Cal. Both soldiers are brothers of Mrs. Bruce Smiley of Johnston avenue, Connellsville. T. T. JTORTITE IS , SATE Df FRANCE. Mr. and Mrs. Terrence Murphy of McCormiek avenue, received a card today telling of the safe arrival of their son, T. in. France. Mr. Murphy received a letter from a niece in Australia about a week ago telling him that a nephew and namesake of his and young T. V.'s, was on a three- weeks' furlough from the front, visiting relatives there. He was so badly wounded that lie was UnconscJous for two weeks in a hospital, and the military surgeon took a piece off young' Terry's ribs to graft on his skull. He is fairly well now. JUT McCOIOIICK REACHES FRANCE 'William McCormiek has received a , ng n Life; 3 o'clock, "Does Cranellsville card from hls 3cn ' ^^ who is Need a Revival r and 8 o'clock "Con Comp ' iny D ' 30oth Engineers, saying aeilsriile Weighed 'and Pound' Want- he has a " iTe ? SaMy ia France ' Thc - - card was mailed from over there. Young McCormiek had been in trait- irg at Camp Lee. ' Opens nt' Sfrndr. The Jacques Dancing School will give dancing parties every Monday evening, commencing neit Monday, June 24,*at Shady Grove Park. Dancing until 11.45. Klferle.--Adv.-20-22- 24. Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Campbell of Dunbar, wish to thank their many kind friends for their aid aad sympathy extended them during the death of their son. Especially. do they wish to thank those who sent floral tributes. -- Adv. Sotnul Garage 615 West Crawford, guarantees all work; electric welding, repairing, all machinery work. We are ready to sell gasoline and oil. Call Bell 857.-- Adv.-20-3L Sample -Each Free by Mail With 32-p. book on the skin. Address postcard: "Cuticura, D«pt. ST. Boston." Sold ererywhcre..Soap2Sc. Ointment 25 aad 5Qc, Than the Real Value--AH Sizes. 4 to 14--All Colors-All the Newest Styles-Wonderful Bargains! Wonderful Saving^! Every Mother Should Be Interested. Come and See. THAT FAMOUS Saturday Evening, June 22nd, I'. 31. Until 9.30 P. 31. Wonderful Bargains! Wonderful Savings! $1.00 Shirt Waists - 7flc 35c Men's Lisle Hose ~. 29c 75c and 51.00 Leather Hand Bags or Strap Purses 4!)e 5 25c Women's Hose, black only -- - ... 19c t 75c Boys' Union Suits, sizes 2 to 14 _ ,,. 59c | $1.00 Women's Silk Boot Hose . 75c | $1.00 Corset Covers ,, 59c f $1.00 Trimmed Hats for Children _ !)c $1.50 Gingham. Wash Dresses -- -...+-- 9Sc 'A'Jc Ribbons, for Hair Bows or Sashes ,, 25c $1.00 Women's Chamois Suede Gloves, white or white with black 65c SI.00 Boudoior Caps . 75"fc 25c Turkish Towels _ - 19c 50c Huck Towels, hemstitched _ -...'. __ Hoc 51.50 House Dresses _ ,, 9Sc She Is Known as the r $, Twenty modern plays (more than 200 characters) are in her repertoire. These Also Sang. Margaret Jane and Billy Stilhva- gon, were among the children who sang to secure funds for the Red Cross, their names having been omit- Led from the list yesterday. Loyalty League ^reetin^. A meeting ot the Loyalty League o tho community of Dawson will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the Dawson Red Cross headquarters. Tfcue ( J. IRWIN CROSSLAKD. J. Irwin Crossland, a former well Sees a performance five times and reproduces it without ever seeing the text. During 1 a government tour of Panama she was known as the "IDOL OF THE ISTHMUS." Miss MacLaren will be heard on the FOURTH AFTERNOON OF THE With JAMES ELCHO FIDDES Ccnada's PecrUss Scottish Tenor Admission 35 cents - - Season tickets, $2.00 (Add 10% for Unck Sam) \ ^^ «*£ R315S MscLAREN, CGNN£LISVSLLE CHAUTAUQUA SUNOAY AFTERNOON. I employ no agents or solicitors. knovni resident of Connellsville. d i e d 1 Am doing Jjualneas strictly on my own cuims DCNSTOir HAS ABMVEJ) OVETISEAS. Curds R. Dunston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Dunston, has arrived overseas, according to a letter te- ceive'l by his parents. He is with the 52nd Engineers. PLAJTES, LOC.U; BOYS GVT VEBW OF GE Boys of the 110th Regiment have several times seen German aeroplanes and once they narrowly missed being Graduates *t TYayncsborTM ' from william Struble, member of the Karl B. SehmJtz, son of Mrs" Anna sanitar - v detachment, to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J E. Struble. Bombers attacked the site of their old camp the day after they left it, he says. Since then they say the other B. Scamitz of West Crawford avenue, was a member of this year's graduating class at Waynesbur^ college, re- of Bachelor of Try our classified advertisements. Wlien Ton ffaat Anything Advertise In our Classified Column. Thursday at bis home in Brunswick, Mo. Mr. Crossland was born Oerober 4th, 1349, In tlie old Lindley property ] in East Crawford avenue, a son of t h e , late Samuel Crossland of Broad Ford. He located in the west in 1873, residing there since. Mr. Crosslaad married Miss Moilic Stoner of Mount pleasant and in addition to his widow is survived by three daughters: Mrs. Lillie Kirkpatrick. St. Louis; Mrs. Gladys ElUot: oE Mendon, Mo.; Miss Jennie Crossland, at home, and the following brothers and sisters: W. F. Grassland, Los Angeles, Cal.; McClain and Harry T. Crossland. and Mrs. David Long, all of Connellsville; Mrs. J. A. Bamhart, Scottdale; Mrs. Florence Smutz, Mansfield, O.; Mrs. A. C. Edwards and Miss Lyda Crossland of I Crossland. The deceased was a brother-in-law of Daniel Stoner of Mount Pleasant. No word regarding the funeral arrangements had been received here last night. DOROTHY M. OGLiETHORPB. Dorothy M. Oglethofpe, three year* daughter ot John and Daisy Ramsay Oglelhorpe, died yesterday at the family residence in Leisenring No. 3. The funeral will be tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock from the house, with Rev. J. H. Lambertson, pastor j o£ the Methodist Protestant church, | officiating. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. JOHN PEERONE. John Perrone, small son of Pasquale and Maria Perrone, died yesterday at the family residence in Maple street, Wtest Side. Funeral tomorrow morning from St Rita's Italian Catholic church, with interment in St. Joseph's cemetery. [llocita. 18 jenra practU'ul ilutor VuKcral Service If Dc'sired. KICEtT CAULS AXSWERED AT OFFICE. If Your Headache Comes From Eye Strain Yonr one and only chance of relief is in wearing the proper glasses. Just what ARE the proper glasses can be told only after a thorough examination. This service we are prepared to render---by experience, equipment and ability. Any time that you have an hour to spare, spend it with us for the good of your eyes. I. W. Myers, Opt. D. Optometrist and Optician, \VoolwortJi Bldg., Upstairs. Onr Specialty--Comfortable Vision. Wfterv irregular or delayed uso Triumph Pills. Safe and always dependable. Not sold at drU£ stores. Do not experiment with others; save disappointment. Write for "Reliuf" und particulars; it's free. Address NATIONAL MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Milwaukee, | Wisconsin. 1 Nothing is more appreciated by an Army or Navy man than a box of candy. There isn't any better than Whitman's, so why not include some in the next box you send to training camp or overseas? We Have It In All Size Packages. Collins* Drug Store South Pittsburg Street. The, COASTLINE to Thc delight! of your rmcntkm br^ln ih« HKwwm o u bo D. C. 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