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June 26, 1918

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Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 6,761 rass i OI1T1 VOL 16, NO 194 CONNELJLSVILtE. PA WED\bSD\Y EVEMNG JblsE Lf 1918 EIGHT PAGES DELUGE OF ITALIAN SHELLS AND BULLETS ANNIHILATES CRACKAUSIRIAN BRIGADE Terrible Slaughter is Recounted in Description of Sunday's Battle Along the Piave; 'Only Ninety Men of Command Left Pmatc Arthur K. Herman, Caundi.m Veteran, T\ ill Be the Speaker. MORA, MAGICIAN, TODAY When the Remnant Surrenders; Mad- iprpcodJn? dened Enemy Make Futile Efforts to Escape. AMERICAN TROOPS CARRY OUT BRILLIANT RAID I return lomcriit Tumor Ihnutaiifina dub N H 1 » i e I nttr- tainmcnl, \lso Louit Comp u i ; Horc l l i k t t s JMeitecd lor V \ t luir $ii,non n i n ioi s. Feniuthanm lompan D p K i l f l u n t in Sinl 0*(.r stlcttm's Iicilh. Tin tutomoh Ic a cident H't bcp tembor ill w h i c h i sclcclne i -is ki'i- cd w h i l e (nro\u \o \ r \ o n \ o w n ^o it lend tiie nionstu d i i f t domoustr ition i rccilltd in i sin lo- 515000 agiinst the Ppnns'v \ tin L nil 01^ i ompTn% f i l e d T ue^d i\ aftornorn ^n Fosoph fecdloLk of I cmont througl Attorne John Dus,-in J The papr t s f o c t h tint Andrew Sedlock it the til iu ins n d n c ; rnm Lemont [o l n i o i n c \ M i i he uton bile rir \en hi Ma Ini Gist op ind that the mtomobilr US'! nin down it J h e Elans sdtioi c i n ^ ^ i n ? hi a Penn=-j Ivania pissoni;er trim rc= iit- mg in Wedlock fa death Cause i= Boosted at Icptings 5 ( I 1 ToclBj- at ^ a r ^ o ^ ^ s PERSHLN6 CLUB GETS BUSY BY Associated Press 1HE V1IKRICA VUMY I J - R A N C K , June 2o. -- In an attack upon the German line« on the Harne iront last niirht the American troops extended their lines northn^t oi BcUeau ^ood. Up to 10 o'clock tins morning 21G prisoners had been counted, together w i t h a number of machine guns and other bootj. Additional prisoner aie coming in. The Americans are now in possession or virtual!} all the -valuable tactical positions in the Belleaii wood sector. 3Jost 01 the prisoners taken belong to the 347th German division. On Sumld} the Germans placed the crack 201st Inisjon opposite a portion ot the American huts. Be- -pite this the Vmencans -went through in stean roller The new sector held by American troops *n A K a e is m the region northwest oi Gedweiltr. 'I Ins sector is not far irom the uunous Hartmans-^seilerkopij the scene 01 so much hard fighting ID the past. With tbe Kevue o j the Nation-* h the Junioi RedpatU club and L l e c t u r e j b \ r t h j i K Htunan ^ n trubu o f ! the I3t i C a n i d i a n lilac k V*atch w h o j lob a limb a \ i r n v Kid-,c t h ^ chau j ' lauqua conies LO a close Uoio t o u g h . . 1 ' \ bit attend ince is cvpcetct as U i e ' ! local c b i l d r e i m tbe J'i \ u c of the [ N a t o n s w i l l be a d i iw i g card The ' p a g L i n t K g \ c n und- Jit urection i of Lura Ma Horton he btorj ^ l ' j The rrusicai numbers ot he evening w HI be O i \ c n In the Lo\at Concert com t anj which also gi\e a prelude this aftunoou Tht. alt rnuon audi eace v-s e n u i t a n e d b\ Silent Moi i the maician Th-eie was no chil dron s ho r tris aftcrnoo i U t voungsiers all wanting U ser UK magician Last nigh n piK of thf , ron^, wind a big a idiciice wob f r t e r t t i n c d bj bidnOj I L don. w Ui tus i n per sorations n uncu^ 1 tirarj n u n of both KM i ope and \mcnca f i t imitat ed lour charat ter- \ icior Huy i i-i tlnguished J rt nJi ruin L-^par \S 1 on N j c Vmuican humorist R uivard Kipling the fwnon*, \ v r i er of c h ^ r a c ti r \ c t s e and HI old fashion G{ farm er a cbaractt r n UIP w r i t i n g s of James V » h i t c o m b RiUi His impprs* nations of N * L a i Rilej s c^a-acfrs w e i e probabl th best tlie him r m *o b cauiint m a n I annon had tat rharacti is t b fa oih voice and niinm r o f il his in pei=oiations Iio did His mk \ew Stalls to He Construct ul, Announcement Todaj Sajs,. BIG CUMBERLAND PLANT linilroad \dminisLr-tliou Vutliori/x^ UK F n c d o n 01 I artjt Shop*) There lor Un I t pair anil Htbmklini; of 1 n m n t s 01 1 urt,f "t Tj pc Ui St n k c ITALIAN ARMY HEADQLARTERS Tuesdav June 25 -Under fire of Italian m a h m e guns and artiljerv which v,ere brought up rapidl\ the \ustnau withdrawal across the Piave MO^II becajne a disoiderlj rout It is estimated the Austrian losses total more than 200 000 It was a terrible sight as the maddened Austnans fled undei the laughs deluge of Italian bullets md shells The* leaped into the river and grabbed pieces o£ wood or anything that *ould aid them TheN tied themselves to mules and horses out their effort* were m vaia for as the enem\ troops reached the opposite bank they x J l o r H u s ^ L h t mutated urs -, 1 were again caught b the fire or the Italian guns which haa been i n g t ^ e o d a u i t U n a n in his soih v trained accurately on the eastern bank for some days 'adcre^ing a r o w c i m Pans JK A single episode shows how and wh\ the retreat started peated somo o On Saturday the -Austrian command sent the 91st Schuetzen brigade, composed of Regiments 31 and 32, with orders to widen the Austrian breach at Lampol and to do this at all hazards The bngade attempted to carry out the order and fought like wild men, but the Italian pressure was so terrible that the\ were unable to accomplish their object, which was to succor the A.US- tnan divisions already surrounded in this section After six attack^ which continued Saturday r i g h t and Sunday morning, there remauied at 1 o clock Monda afternoon onlv sh ^ 1 90 men of this bngade T h e others were euher prisoners, *o.inrt ; mThc e4 or dead The commanding officer then committed suicide and a t t e r the 90 surrendered Hugo c ov, i w o r d i V tilk of Fc w*u \\ ilson Nye on thr \raerlean iov uas fat, second -sub jfCL and the antics ind 'r h u m o r o r that Irur can t - d j c i t o r aa por raved bv J ^uu'on caused min~ 1 i v e n w uilK T.IC o e added 10 t n e roundhouse ot he I Jtimore A. Oliio itai ro d c -npan^ iu Lon^olt^ M IL at o.n txpeiiditurt of approu matt h $ i 0 icr jrdin.-, to an nmco- meut. to u b l J ^ il^h gsneral miiiagti o the J J ^\ Kh c npinv of LJaltimort ^ Inch IV.IT he contract lo- hi w o r k V n n o u i u i m t n al^o w is m i l e vos- tcrdav at Luinl rUinl th it author i/ u n fc r tii c i s t r u c t in of d pi ml 101 In repair an 1 r t b u M i n g of OLO- niot \ es ir C mil c 1^-n 1 has bt*.n gnnt d hi D ret or G t r t r a ] ilc.\doo o tl e Bal in or iv. Ohio J-l road ind offiL al not (ii auon of tins icuon W J ^ iadt ^csterdav I Ft i rai Director \rthur ^ ThonJi on in tb« C o n r e l i s M l l o yards iLd Monoa^ ind w i l l be The w v. f le con plnod w \\ il h \s ho semb ins ni^ terfa nd Kl i t J in K f i\* a t u n l o o k u p i fo Ja j -rors \s 1 [o n Mr Kipims the i-n 'can b\ adop i n ated allrt -"e e u e r u f n c r incited a s h 1 * crs "» ° K l » h ^ w n i i r g s ^iiinin but vmer as next mpcr«on 4IffEBICAS P» BRILLIAM SORTIE. PARIS June 21-* -- American troops carried out a brilliant attack near Belleau -wood last night, capturing 150 prisoners one ^^ of wnom was a captain according to the statement issued In the r ^ ym , war office toda T^e French carried out a number of raids dur- m n f f were ^ng the night capiuring prisoners and n achine guns n , r m n f c o of j a i n u t i U i l ] t comb HI e% uas im. 12.^1 numbu Tht 'inner in Boston v l s f t i a g his [ son John u Iw r was p i u u r t d ^ np became unu-iscom and toui of ' ' " * aS b r u n e e d " P n u r a U r s of t h e p%e ^ % e r ^ pn t r l a n , E g The E i urun*.rs a company Great I a k p BRITISH TAKt PK!80AJiS. tolh \ocal and f n = rumectal LONDON Juoe 2 6 -- G e r m a n prisoners and machine guns Picdgp cards to g i v e porson fi an o-----*- '- ~jbscnbc for a single pj.r s chant tuqua pas ed thiough the audierd. f i s pledges for id more t ckets ^ere secured b were taken b\ the British last night on the Picardy and Plan- P° rumt Lo c d3rs battle fields says the ofticial statement from Field Marshal JJ*;"" 148 T Haig toda On these u\o fronts the enemy artillery fire has n i g h t ]n lhlB w a j . active more t ckets were J t \ R P,H"U \1 I S. T O V N S TO MI I I S V.GOI* Ot IIINS. b \ K S I v HJXlNnS \ M F R ! ( \^ \ R H \ JLS ! WASHINGTON June 26 ~B igiuii Vmcncan troops too\a was g \en another credit of $2 2oO 000 making Belgium s total loan j the to til to STO for nt\t reason K . J n n e 2. on the tfarue irunt again attack 1 tl e lat aigrht Jn tht litlleau fiom the Lnitd Spates $ 1 2 2 S O O O O O nood sector. The 4mcncaus m. Oo an Aggregate credits to the Allies no\\ irresistible rn^h ior the complete amount to $o9~2ojOOOO cleanng^ oi fie noodb in nkkh it was I jc-* trdaj the (unmins I^FOItH \TrO"V L U M N G were still octnpTina: a small stnp oi ihe underbrush ON t, uji^r June Minister ainod 50 n a n i t » div idpd is follow s Kil Ptl in act on 4C die! of \sounds 2 wounotKi se\eielj 2 The list m eluded Killed in ac ion--'Sergeant "\\alter L Lucas Sha lysu'o O *\nthur N bauble CujaJioga J alls 0 Oeorgr I Michael Dalmatia Pa Lewis G Hint Gn^sMlK 0 and \\il lam H Sajlor Ncwpoi i Pa Caldwell at feherac oas advised the r J N LONDON Sate Deoartme^t under date of June 0\ M VTL TO AHFKICU 24 that he has been unable to obta n LOM)0\ June -G.--Alexander Ktr- tur hei information icgarding the re lonner proi»ioiuil premier oi ported seizure of t tie American con OJt SFTIJJ I JE U i ' C I C M S CO 101131 I VB1NJ 1. LONDON J u n e -0 --Baron ^ o n Sevdler the Austrian premier an- H"ge n u i n l i r i T h* 1 u i l n l n p w i l l be on a oni rott l i t 1h( ·» ptr'-truc t n r ( ^ i l l be of v 10 1 The mam C u i i l f r l a n d hut ding w i l l be _ 0 b^ oOO fe t t c mat rUU o be concrtK brick and ,ol In id dition t H t, v, I 1 be oi icr tht u^h iuid.npi* 1 nld ngs of similar con«truc lion and w i i t n th p j . n i ^ co iplcie- h outfitted v.ilh J» r e j u s\to iiachm t n. us to w i l l ppro\ m LU. one and a half mi ho dol ar In acconVd ico f Hh p tsmt p ans 1 dfMepi d n n c a l l i ^ n u i r T t i t - n t s Of rt[)dir for l o c o i i t u * » pi" icul irly iht. h igi. Millet (.omjwji ud lotonio- t n i s on i » ihm d \isior of tl ^ Ba! timort, i, Ohio rn ering i h e c fv as wel as cii£.mcb of the \ \ i i » r n Ma-\ land ra iroia \l e ( u uberiajid , J e n n s j h a n i a riilioad a n ' t h u Hunt ing*on . broadtop railroid \a expansion of I!IP Ha tnnore Ohio i_ar -"hops at K j s e i \\ Va s ilso a part of the mipro en ent pro sram but t i e co«t ot th u r d u t a k i n g w i l l be r ir less tl in the ma bine shop extension in Cmnberluid Federal Dir c o r f-noi 11 son in icipition ot irei endous me cased i r a f f i c on tin U i l i u n o r i fi O h i o and \Ve,ste"n Marland bftems v. I expo da* 1 tUo mammoth i npr emcDt v-i h e\cry force ird p f s u t s i o u a t his com uand The bcopc of Mr 1) iiip son s aut lonu v,a c-.terda^ n cuasc 1 b Director General \1c\ruo 'o include tho mirdgenicnt o t ie Cumberland 'L Penns \\aina raiUoai. and the Coa S- C o k e n i l r t a d Coiintr Heulqiiartcrs Oivos ^urninir 01 Fnurtv ui pm-l.tnnans to Hurt the *5«Ji 01 Stumps b\ luilin^ Jonbt wit buiel) or Ibe Investment, Prelim n a i j niepai itions l o t tl L MTU btivm^ a t j i n p drive u b i c l i be ginb tomo QV- n oi nin 0 and 1 laU tliroughr it P n c i n w e i e n trie loda- when talks w e r e t, 1VL " at ^ L Iloon h o u r m all Uie f o u n rits ind sho b in this res on bpeakei s idf reused th o mt r icll nt, them of the not t=^ l o h u \ t h e t b u t t bonds in fort h o n i = p l \ e s i i , i i r « t inv f u t u r e sei uck w h i c h night icsuH from the \\ ir Re\ C V, I3uckPoi ^pohe at tho Hal i IT ore . Ot 10 n Uotwl ^hou^ I Prcfl J urt? at the Uotb Portei plant , ile\ 1 His T I3ur 0 c«! ind Rol er Norns w e n t to ttie \Scsi l j fn» ^ birns a-d Uie pow^r houb^ ind I r I N o t i o n ^poke 11 tlie ^It^Q m i l l s Olh r s p r i n e r s irlilr =cd i * r at the Cnrnictl ^ i le Mictune , "\Itit 1 · Supplv com] m^ ( o u i R l U i l l e I n in dn , S t i P l C i^hnf,s conipam Con n c l l i v i l e Iu n ^ orks a id c c^ ot ier bbop or f o u r ' i n in t'u cm ! 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( h i ICP to *?P n p * sh j I e Ut( n Jon of a l l =olir to s - C"IlfMl f the irt tJiat tho co\ r n n i p n t ha;, rtifistpreif c v e r v mm wo^- n and Loniin d from I I K O I-1\ THOMPSON-FRICK COAL DEAL NEAEING IIS_COMPLET!ON 11 it Pa input is V idf K\ Vr-nlnser of iirst MiLnii.il IJ mk I nlon- tovMi. ! u l j S t U l o n u n l soon "N\ il tain M H til d t t o r n o foj V» al Iicp I I H o w e p i ( = u n ed to Juape )o s i p h nufiln-,tnn n IIP I S t n c u a t r n of Vppoate i i I nsburg i c ^ t e r da i P i n to rei i c nd review n na P r Iiv, tho ord r rec n nt \ nacte M J u d f c ( ha IPS P Or^ of The t ^ Dist ( urt 11 t ic -pl(? m.de I) till ] honipson i r Moos lo ho I F ( i r rk (_ 1 c c o m p i n I pon iho n irt ind t ns; I if h i l l o v c d i ie ippMt lie \soiild n mire a subst-intiil OIK] I pint, ,, \ on 1 Mr H o w e to in dr n m ^ ho c r e d i t rs iirimM loss ^ r Rov»r iconic d not to tile ho npti ion ai d tl is a l l o w e d i h p silt U go ibrouj. as ordere1 Thi being tho la i or tacit n l i e ^ n iho Frick ( ompa n j n f P 1 t h e iii^toes iha thpA w i rt j r (h to ] i v ou tho "ionoi as soon as t h e ^ijm d "d^ w o r e del v c r e i 10 il m w h i c h n i l nrobab 3 be the dr c of n c \ t nv rk hn JI ^ r i w n r m \or of ibe P r \ J t i n n a IJin^ 01 1 niontou n w *. v c s i r l i p u d ir f u l l thp balance of h pu rhas price of tbe Bink u I'm; r t, n t l v so 1 10 James T F a i h e r r oi the sun of $700000 It is is* Tied i i i hi-; p i \ T i r - L \ ill per i n i t M i M iv-n n pai a, 1 d^ wsitors if Hi l\n-i in r u 1 ai a ^PFV earh da c In Response to Appeal of Fuel Administrator Garfield. DAY'S PRODUCTION LOSS r l oo Serious to Be Con in the Crisis ~\o\ C( irontjntc ^aTlon. M J 1 I J T S G iSM N J T TO N ( . J \ f n !)^ H C, Fr-ck Comp: \J1 Indepond* nf Optratitp p i o u s ^ I m JU~*ir to Sinn (.oncern m Heljune to » m T i c Conne-llbv He coko r g"i a prac icai ckmonitrauoi Pa notibin ui^ ve,ir b\ koe tl] j)ioaucticn of cral and . J u l \ 1 OU-IQ just ^_s on an w u k da) The aecision to i J i Icpfnr'crice Da\ is not onl dcred n- tlr and .1 I m - rhdr D W i l l Of IS ng up ke oa oibcr ·rk on a com- Lnit irfiold dc- EXTENSION OF DRAFT AGE NOT WARRANTED COMMITTEE BEHEVES "*t rd in JJ jK* r i n d ( » ( n * ral M in h, ( ' u i i M*ifi H«1h \ininist \ inn at i rot nl. !i a ice \\\\^ a '·eque^t JT ide 1 0 fctd es uei idi in s ratnr C bin it js m accordance w ih ^ P o th c Oj i ators of h p region, up:m i K par of 11 workers to do o tiid" uoiios-i a 1 t at ihcv can to help n \uu i ng ihe \ a r T i t . ·sUbesnon that tbe mint and o \ t E« I)L cortirucd in operation on t c F o i r a was a k c n up as w e e k i b a n imbe- of oper_to-s and he ! p-oposa \\a^ foun^ to meet w i j b gen- ( c j a l a^or ^ o aetim e dccisuin was i roacbed or acuon taken until thi-, | nio-i) ng \ h e n r p p r c = c r t a ne of cc \ t d Uie f o l l o w i n g D Garnet t i i has armed m I^ondon Kcr- 1 ^ulate and looting of an American hos-* nounced on Mondav that He hid de un his fluy,to Vmenca, I pi al b Turkish troops at Cabnz C !med the m\itation of Emperot - j Persia Char es to con c titute a new cabinet " h \ r r D S - iccording to a /in ch dispatch to tho n i V l ON WJ-Sr U O N T IT \ I I I A S CO^aT^L^ TO Exchange Telegraph compiu Tho ITAUVN HF \DOOAJITBRS Mon c i a Ju"e 21 -- The Dujte of Vospa a t U u d a r m v continued t oda o ad ^ant.e along the P ave front i i the ( apo bilt region cleaning the pos noas dbandoned o^ the .j r u c k u s up the abandoned war n ite rial b u r n i n g the masses of dea and reorgaaizm., thi tntire de °nse sys t m Vihich has beea b tdl cut up dur ng the la^ tea da-s Men who are fan i liar with the "i prcs and oiher sectors m Fiai ders and lute Mse with the swamps o i the 1 usiian tront state thit no iimg *orse m he v.ay of deatn des rue t on acj confusion haa e\er oecn wit na^sed ther t than m these n LI re- g ons m aoriheos ern Ilalj Th« Pi ave river s tuation now i« as it was bVore the \ub nan offensi've b^gan 01 June lo except that the I a ian-. a t. man-ing protcre^s 'ri e^teuiiisg tl eir bridgeheads at Capo Sile g TO nil III GiDtS I p r e m e r s decision w a s arnounced at KO'tl , Junt JG. -- Italian troojis on I a meeting of tlie crown council n the soutlicrn part 01 Uie l*)ae jroiit \ i e n n a at v Inch the food situation h u t not onlj corapkt' ly reoccapied ^hich was u n a n i m o u s l y recog u?ed the ( LJ c Silc bndffi lipadt but JIUTC as critical was discussed Dnpcror \.u~t ians t \ t ( n d t d it and hdu tl« g-jun against Charles annourrod that be was per Vustnan counter attacUs, j h( e\ten- i sonallj addressing Hnnperor "\ViUlan stun HIUS u i o c U u lesttrdaj J t n r j n - j i n connection Tsith the situation t)u hglitmi; n ' a r l ^ 400 prisoners n FIREMEN PLAN BENEFIT South minUls^IIU ((vm]i*ui Ituising Uont t to Pin 1 ruck l)t fit The boiuk C o n n e i l s \ i l e Fire De pir menL \\i\\ holr 1 socials T uisflav I nda-\ ac.d SaLurd ly e\onngs on he school giounds a.t sou h C^unellsvi le lot the bent hi of ibp fue ruck fund There is b t i l l o w i n t on the motor t UCK i considerable sum w h i c h tie fiiernen aic inxiou^ to pa\ off HRST DRILL HELD Inro Jiepntll- In T i l on Info fom- u u n \ f-., Hal intc I*M tl in 7 The f u ^ t C on pam C d i l l md i C n p t n \ 0 b t o n t u a s h e l d i uie irmon l a s t i ght IB men ncl rims thn oil MS u n ng 01 r sj\ n oi c recrtni^ were til en i n t o th com panv b n r g t n ? t h e t o t i l ei Iisset n i~ r t is r i e t e s s i r j to l n \ e i oni p i n j of 68 bcfoie gomg tr cam*) 11 Iv rpn poian A p p o i n t lents of Ti re^s v, pro nulp I - \ e l l But erinor* I P [ng fiist lie Hen mt irrl J J- Reed fust se crpinl 1 irr\ Rcstr p a ki s e ( o n ! I i P t i l o n a n t The new tecru t \S \ M 1 I V TON J mt -b \ IP SPC c i \ B kei in Gc t al March c f ji sui r had u po t -eu reM^ion uf i j £ t ^-^ I i its an 1 ai inm L i h i ttitn u G o *y na-\s t t ^ ai L H p i r in it M O ic" s u b m i t u corcre. 1 - a iir % m l t n l n i j t l L nn prot,rim UK ^e i ilc M i ·!"· «. urn i u u e loda-v LPC dcd 10 el p e im ' L O a l a t on W cl] in c he 1 a t ig( ·- t u ma nin £ rtam prepircd o 71 ikt. L ^^it cut t j t t enate j con m- ion M h t h e mp" men to tlu ])tnd ng ai n\ app opin ion i 11 of ^ t n u o s J u] of V i \ M xtco and Hucbcotl u N"l r MY i w h i c h re r- n\ i^ n Io e ITU! n? ac t u 1 it _ LO J \ i i n^t 11 _1 10 il S\ t u l u \\ ai Ltc tn P H s t n largrd r c r n n i MI I T U d irc-m t i ltd vho torn i n u c v-lmt i^ v i r t u ilh t in t n fa.\o la tr of e\ pnd ij, h r 5 ! il a^e 1 n al c o plan 10 pn n i c v \ Kfei^l mo PC..I ! i K n i s i ng t' t IT. se o icn wh ) h L! u r in. or it,h S at ) H t h e nk cri\e 1i,u s sta i n j j ha in \ii{, jst \\hcn llu f m i i ca 1 of m^n in Class ] ^ j l l i a ^ e c\ ba. islet' t -it tla; Liore ^ i! 1 hi 3 300 0 i i u n t ie in \ a i d t 1 at iLt bi^besi f e t m n P of the numbp'- of \nipncan 1001 ^ w h u h w ill b*. in I i a u c L \ t' it t m is 1 1-0 000 Thi Mir pnrurtm K dppoc r n t upon sU*ol lor s . i i j ^ jnil njjni- turns l*Tiduction H 1 to c n k i Jin patri(tism o all ( i i ^ t ^ t d in tht pnidirtum oi Inu p»al and coVp « uld be h liter f \jin-Nv (i bj mtanimmnv: pro tJrtn on l u l v toiirtli th in I K it not pos*]Mi j ^ ] }n( k nrilhe ·"»ik «i tJie Ixn s in the rpnchts w i t h mil produdKin ot f-To-m ( M! -nd Jndt IK nd«iace * recupt of I^ ukea r e o i \ c d nst nij, A l n o r p Junes D Sclleis IT in o me 1 t \ v o t r Bu kp\ \ List Ccniarnn i l u m MP!V Min^ MRS. 1RWIN ARRESTED I lie office inadt NAYYISSDESWARNING Shipping \otificd ot Tnemj Craft Danger Off tlie Vtlantic Coisj. C\ A"SOCl i cci t "p-s WASHINGTON June 26-~Sliippm- operatirg n tho area ea? Qirrs RFSf liTF B O V H U TO *ATFR WASHINGTON June 26--F-edtnck A Delano has offered President \\ il- son his resignation as a member o£ tte federal Reserve Board to accept *. commission n the armj enganeer ccrpa to do ra*lroad reconstruction, artp'raanagement work in Finance The has not been acceptec «OR(« V\ A O t T I I niosi- hiu.n) n icrro "W \SHINGTON June 2C--The Annj casuali list todaj contained 91 names dnided as follows Killed in operating n thp area eas o r ong!- action 4~ dn*d o f wounds 7 died of [ tude 40 between latitude of Cane accidents and Other causes 4 died oC' Race and Bermuda has been warne-i o-sea-, 3 died of aeroplane acci I of enernj actiutes the Navy Depart dcm-* 1 woundied se\erel 20 ' roer/ toda\ announced t- j u d^s i operating in the ai-e L ea^t longitude 'Killea--Corporal L DaUson, plttt-j 40 be ween latitude of Cape Race and burg Pa Corporal Harry Hill Ken Bermuda" sud the announcement na ^V \ i Private \ictor Kihinski No explanation was given hut a re Morgan Pa. port of d. German raider in that vicin Mining in action--Private Howard it* was biought to an American port ft Smith, Elkins W \ a lyesterdav \yv an ircomins steamer ' Tirae ot (fmtrol I Utnd^d AV 'VSIII^GTO^ June 26 --After am e IK ing so as lo prohibit relinquish ment of fcdc-a control ovci one rail road wh le control over a compel iig line is i c tamer 1 the Senile Inter st-'te C o n m p i c e Comrai te oidered fii 01 abH reported a re=t lui ion e\ tending Irom JuU 1 1918 int. L Jar xiar 1 next the period proAidid n. tlie riilro-ij c o n t i o ict d u r i n g which the governmpnt ca i i eturn cirneib to in\atc ownership Ma) IJ Vrnicnul on ( harm 01 ^ftir- ( l « r 01 Dun son U i l i u i ! ^^rs Sam T i w n w h o is ircused | by rit*-v MeU o or ha-t ig hrtd th shot winch k lied Ra-r-ond Bartp Ii at Da,wson last December 7 v, at ar Bested Testerdiiv m P ttsonrg m^ is now being held r oi P a l e t t e c o u i t j of An officer w e n t to ""it sbnrg tod ^ to b u n g M i s T i w i r o I n i o n t o w n CONVENTION OPENS I piMirfli Inpmre V ill diiilitr This j leiiitit; it J'crr\opoliv Th opening scssior of the a mu n cometmoi] of Llie \ i d \ c s p r t D s met of llie J w o r t h I tignt. of the Pittsbnio cot lercnce w i l be h o d this c x c n n g in UK I irst "Molhodi'l I PI^COI i! i u i c l i tt Perr\opol!S \l 6 o clock M i m n \ i h be bcr eri and delpg t t s u i l ! icgi^tGi \ song ^or MCO u n c or the direction of Prof R f Carroll of Musccsport m i l follow Re\ H T Gould acting f eneral se" ret-ir o f t h e McKee^poit \ M C A w i l l ip»ak on \ \I 0 A \\i* TSnrl rhp cn\enlion w i i adjourn null i s ssioa ""nda^ morning Dele^itv^ fi oni t IP o-al I pworth T eiguc are ' ibs \ arihi K uffmas arrt Viss He s o lu l i m i t h a t i c uc j r c n out of ID errLp ion. I FORTY-SIX 3[\RIKS KH.ICD ! OF HFT1 Et LIST. j WASHINGTON Juse 2b--The Ma nne Corps casualty list today COB- TTIH Fleet Teacncrs. Teachers for the ensuing term will be elected at · meeting of the Dunbar school board to be bold Mondas . "*-·· Fair tonight and T'iursda\ not much change in the t e n p t r a t u r e 11 tbe noon -weather forecast for Ytest ern Peun'olvama TemptratnTe Uecord. laii 1117 M-iximum 71 92 M i n i m u m _ 6 t 70 Mean _ _ _ 6 0 SI The 'ioigh i n e i fell r*uiiiig the - situ fiom 1 60 feet to 1 oO feet Trs. rolliirl \~-ks Dnoroo. Mrs Don C o l b c i t of Bitnei e e r u i filed i libo in d i \ o r c e ig n he- hushntl Scott Colhe t of ^ i derbilt Tho t o i p l e we-e r n a n i e l 1 112 TI d tho w i f o rlanns t h i t · o w deserted bj he! husl and n 111' T C Crossman anl fam 1\ left ( h i ^ morni g for Slippery Rick to rcsui« Mr Gro^sran w h o was T pi incipal in thp Duubii t o w n s h i p schools his g i \ e u up caching and w i l l d e m o t e his time to farming his fathers farm DUAL STANDARD SCORED JIan s Horn's sii nit! IU a Ki^h ts I Moinan - Sms i i mm list i Double MoiaU \\ h t h e n of I I ang( list M J 11 ougne t t n c C h n c h o tlie 33reiure- mis- on la_ c t o \ c u u a H a^ba ltd \\i do iHc -^laii-ni d u J declared ill*, same .^houlp 1 be denid-ded of men th tt ^ ilcmandcr of v»oma He scored Lbe girls v h o w a J l e d lli^ ·, reels u ti a I man. smokmr, a pipe dticlannj. tha a m i l \ \ j i l n i-o I c w e i bis difen t v b r f bo doing w i t h a v \ o m a n ^ u o k n g There w e r e hree c o i f t s s i o n s dur ing th( ser\ CP "Lis ^i n ng tht. sub cct \\ 11 bP The \ionm- Dt,«ih of Bnolt Creek T n m b c r Co. The Back Creek Lumber com pan f Haul V w J"ia] -V mo ion for a n t w tria in tbe case In mtdiatelv upoi tnc tb *- icl^sr-un Jje um er up u i t i uhc H C -^nd Cok compans and itic } a i = n nidep^n e^t p r o d u c e r a i d o-uh n t u r n -,i\( w ) mg i^ent o i h o 11 posal to m ! A u i on Uie J - o i ^ b L,uei in h Hi\ her ope am- w e - rpac p j -nd Ji ir roT-ont ^·as j s w i l h n c T , t,i\en IB e%en 3 " s i i n ( o it \\3*i ou d t i here is a \ e n oric i dt^irt. on lie pan of tjoii UK oporiior*- a d I 4 if - \ ori 1 - rarr to c bow t h e i r patnou "i n his pncLeal and \ n r\ necp^ in form H is reali7Cri that Jie o^ o a j sir c e r'av ·. production of I)L n \e | C O k t dn of c o i l u c-d :n n]"kint, b\- pr duel LD! e is n .he prcscni crisis coif o r u r s t i c nation aJ os her oo =cnu s o be c o n ^ j d t i p a I - u r p i c c s a i c im mi ^ L ose to hr h m i o r their c -cu b u t o c l o b f l · of a ulajh. ok supple i c u m u l a t i o n c f iccki. h Uio f j u e ^ t i i n nencp an\ to t i p stmdi d n -to da m of coki rom Inith. the coi i e ind Iji prodjcc OIPIIS i%OL!d hm der f u i n a c e ope aiions and J i turn slo \ o w n shipbinl-d ug and he j) o dm on o[ muni iors a id i-ar ^up pl ^ I s to me J- s t-nc genc\ ihi J)i Oarficld has mad^ ns appea 1 to ibe pa notism o*" the Co nl s \ i l l e i T on o n e i a or^ ann. v,orl cis ana t io\ n cm to a n ^ v c r in i -ulj I oval fi-S 1 !! U Piepaiition^ ^ i ( I c rndf a plants soi j| da\ u i j \ i n p r of t n p J ourth to r o \ i d p foi in icu i n u l i i o n of coal so \l A\ ihp r \ ns T IT\ be d r i i \ n and c - h a i - r a c a i l p ' - m i c mor ing than ii 1 - i a t lit] g \ i n u t'le w o r k e r ^ the g t i ei i i r of ft Q d n for -ecrea- lion Th lias been r'one bc f ore al- I lourh t h i s 1=; pet aps iho firs' time m i u hiMO \ of the r mon v.-hcn \ f 11 um on Indcpendcjcc Di has been Uie order dt ill p l a n t b NAMED FUEL INSPECTOR R ( I mu Ippojnted In Vdminj.tra. t u n i«r (.unmllsMlh H* ^ion K ( \n of North Pit s b u i s street, Twin I K u I l p ha^ btcn naiund In Uie I ue 1 v nnibtraiion AS fuel mspec or ii li Compile He rcjjior He has rtKcn i u c oa i of off e ant' m iwait- int lu i led ma l u c t i o n s is o his du- II s Mr I ion hap bt,n f ne inspector for the I C Pnc^ Coke coi pam ^or 30 years and in that cjpaciu \ : s t ^ all Uie piants in the region 111^ spcxul n is IJP study of the ^ e of coa m orio" bat ill he beat mav be sect red with pni cipa offices it Tjniontown of P ( Harkle-ss and hib bro ^ Qi istionnaires Ikinc Ketmied. Qncbtionnaires arp a.!rcad^ being *-e- I turn d o Local Boail for Disfir NO his bper incoi]3orated b H L Ma \\ T -laiiUess u ^ o n t r c tried m the o Si\ ba^e bepn fi] ed 01 t and --cnt. quettp Yo n c s t o w n O A C Bailev U ^ ' o n o w n co irts on a cl aige of op in ird oiher are c\peut.d o con- L n i o n t o w n and \\ J ^ 1 cFarUnd e aung a mickct shop and conucted innc n a r r n t now The blanks were Jones Mills \\eu made ^e^terda^ ' sent oui Monday night.

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