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f AGE TWO. 1'O.K COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB..PA. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1918- - J-arge. and__succ«iKJul was the war dance sjvjn- laft night ?* 8ft**y Grove JMrrtbr; Sirs. B-rP-'Snydecand Miss; .Katb.art«ff.jprtsb«« for -thy Benefit- £· the 'Red Ctos*. It was the first tiig ·S.*" dance given at the park this season, ? . -and- attracted many. guests -from Con- '·? . nellsville, Vuiontown, Fittsburg, Mc- '°Keeap'oH' MJrovrasYine, Scottdale and -- other points. A special street car, for ];· ~-the -accommodation -of- the. dancers, £"_ C.iefu h6ie."at JM 'o'clock, leaving on ~~ 'the return 'trip at ii.55 "o'clock. A ,, nurnotr motored to and- Irom the ~ dance. Never was .the popular park ~ the scen^-of ajnore delightful social X tuucttgEOB. lvge-;_pnyi'toir;- -which ~ waTTE! iacueScellBnc: condition .for- » aaaag,'jfr8sftittea"tL g*y""aaa nappy ~ scene from 8 to 12 o'clock, (Be Sours 5; of the dance.. Xhe. biggest .feature ~ -.^wos-tbe music-by Kilerle's orchestra. ~ ,\ .the.ooiicensus of opinion of the daric- » ;_er5jieiis;_that the -popilar "violinist ~ ^'and his musicians were "never better. ~ A program of entrancing music, in~. eluding the newest and popular dance «- ."naimbers, was rendered.. ./The dec-. --V orations, which were entirely patri- -- '. otic, were in charge of the manager -- ' oft ti'*-.paik. Large American and -- Red- 'Cross flags were most attractive^ !}· arranged". · A soldier doll and a -- ' babr"doil,-"donat«d' by JUss Katharine ·; . Frlsbee snij-Harry L. -Carpenter, and _ a ring donated, ly Mrs.- Katherine -- V/allace, sold during the evt-ning, ~ with Mrs. Edna Johnston. Breridel in ~ charge, brought a total of J39.90. The ~ proceeds from the soldier doll was ~ $5.15, from the baby doU $12.50 and ~ Irom tb.». r»n*. $22.25. The ring was, - -.nade in the trenches by a French - tbe-exact-amonr.t .will not.Jbe known uirtii . all tie ticket . been turned in quite a nice jam. to be used for purchasing sup_;.. ffttes for the;Red Cross; -will b* real- ; ^;_i»d. 3»t»;.ianei B.- SJader -had charge . _1_. Qi .the .tickets, and met with wonderful success In disposing' 'of them. -ilr. Stader collected the ..tickets, at. the GOTO WAR SAVINGS CANVASSERS SECURE PLEDGES AMOUNTING 10 $204,964; DOWNS LEADS . Coatiriued from P:vge One. and- Mrs. -Rissell o! Dawson from their son; Sergeant James L. Rissell, of Company D, 305th Ammunition Train, reads in part as follows: "I suppose you Itnow by this time that I have left camp as you have not heard from me for so long. Von will Set card before you get this letter saying that I have arrived sate overseas. I. -J. Cossel from Adelaide ar.d Robert Addis from Vattderbilt are oa the ship with me, and lots of boys from Connellsville and Uniontown, too. The .water-was very smooth all the way except for a little choppy | spell. There were some sick ones among us. I am well and.'feeling fine. Did not get seasick. "We saw a few large fish on our way. They follow the ship. Don't be worried about me. I .will .be. all right I hope you are both AS well-as-T am. The climate is j ^° cool on the pond. Give all the lioy: my best wishes. I will close for this time as I do not know what else to write as we are not allowed to write lots of things that I could have told j you about." I --------BASEBALL PLATEBS Ef UXU'OKM GBAT SIGHT. American baseball players attract much attention in European countries, a letter from John A. D. Nlcol, ot the United States ship Balch, in European waters, aj-s. In part the letter received by J. C. McGlIl o'- Dawson, reads: "Have played baseball with two of tbe army teams over here. B. Secso, Spring : Garden Institute, Philadelphia; and C. J. Boulier of Boa- ton, Mass., to Delaware College, Newark, N. j. Local Board No. 5 will send one man, Panl ( Ardesky of Adelaide, to Uie Polish National Alliance College, where be will train as a mechanic. COJtPASY 1) OF 110TH HAS A SEW CAPTAIN. A letter from Lieut. Ji M. Dllworth, to his parents, Mr. au,d Mrs. D. K. Di'.worth of Washington avenue, brings the information [that Company D has a new captain. [Wuea the late Captain Robert S. Morton was discharged at Camp Hancock for physical disability, Captain Albert V. Hoguet of Philadelphia, member of the Third Regiment, National Guard el Pennsylvania, which organization Had been consolidated with the Tenth, was named as Captain Morton's successor. Captain Hoguet went oversea^ in command of Company D, and has since been succeeded by Captain Fish. The name of the organization s .,, h Captain Fish formerly bore longed is not Itnown, nor arc reasons assigned for the change in the officers in command of Company D. Lieutenant Dilwortu has been detailed to special duty in connection with the movement of supplies from a base to other points oE distribution. In this duty Lieutenant Diiworth serves as a mounted officer. MEKKT" BOW.VAK MEETS A "BIG 3IAX" OF FRAJfCE. The last letter receives! by Mr. and Mrs. A- ~VV. Bowman of East Cedar avenue-, Irom their son, James A. Bowman, with the Forestry Engineers in Prance, recounts his adventures on nr . , . ,, , Decoration Day. Ho in company with Went through one of these cit- ^ his command ics in baaebail uniform about a week Following the empire period^a simple gown ot pink taHeta, the front panel showing lace effect. The cartridge pockets and round standing collar are'distinctive. days' stay at Killarney Park. ago. It' surely was an experience. You would have thought' a circus had come to town and that they had turned the clowns loose in full dress. I was afraid that some of the cops would'pick us up, but we got by all right. I suppose the people are .still wondering what country these soldiers belonged to." "Nick" expresses gratification at the good record Fay- Frank Port now has charge of our j ot to county has made in Liberty cleaning, pressing and repairing-department; Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Ad. Gasoline, 26c. Weils-Mills Motor Car Company.--Adv.--26-4t. . .Miss Mae Gilmore returned .-home yesterday from Siaithneld where she p»tk. ^hady-.Groye.i In-a. splendid', was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Scott coudiiI5S7~5nr»--more" ideal' place ""-' -cbird "hb£ hive be'ea chosen'for'hold- ing tfie d*.nce, wrbich was so thoroughly- enjoyed by the large crowd. Much Gilmore. Miss Calista Menuer went to Pitts- bnrg this morning to visit relatives. Buy your flre crackers and thun- '!:. .credit is duo-those-in-charge (or the | 'derbolts at Erbeck'u, Poplar Grove, ..untirinj' manner in which, they-worked tow»rBs tie s-uccesa of the dance. - - -Bosiaes* ol a routine nature was transacted it- the .regular meeting .of - .th» F. O.-M. cla»s of the Methodist . Protestant -SuDday -school - hold last Wening in. the churcn. Dr. G. W. Gallagher will entertain the class at its The Ottwitrd class pt tbe Methodist ~ Protestant monthly n aome of Miss ' Eighth street'. Greettirtod.: tnj'-.was welTttfanded. Bttstriesiro! a Tontine nature was~fr.att»»cted. " ' ; Sirs. Laura Piersol will entertain th« Greenwood Ladies' Fancywork " clot? Tuesday evening at her home in Tr'een-wbod. ;; Mls« EBzabeOr 1 Ma* Brown, IDss r . ·. P?a»l Kepk, Adolph ^Herzberg and ,."_' .'.Warren aiiirrie. wiii..mo«tqr..to" TMcefl~5t' "the" TJnitod States General ttw.'skk. and wounded IT" Miss Mars»ret ·WWtemaa and a nunAer- o£ Camp Fire Girla will go to MUt_Bu» nert "Wednesday to ramp, A delfgtittur musical and iiterary program leatured the regular mecdng .... .of the iiadi*s' Aid- society .of tie First Baptist chnrch, freld last CTening at ... .-tlW'JMMne ot Mrs. H. C. Humbert in riiywte street. The following uum- ··· bers ·»«» rendered: . Pkou solos, Ber?! Cobble and Dora Humbert; re»dln«s, Mra. El«k: 'piano .dn«t, Euth »nd Doris Hxnnbert;' trio. Beryl Debbie, Eettter Brenwm and Both r«(r*«fairiente -were »erved, iSirs. George Hibner entertained the Busy Twelve club last nicht at her bom* in E!gitli-5 street, Gre*.»«od. KSfltiug- waft '«. aiasactet ol.tbe erening. Delicious " refreshments were served. Mr!. George Snmnakec " " win entertain - Prid«y" " eve- July 12, at her homo in Eighti Mrm. A. B. Staufler and sister, Mrs. Minmie Campbell, attended the wed-- ,.jiiDg.ot Jilias ,C»toUne_E. Schuchroan, ------ t)T"Hotncis«ar TOtilfeTara; ind Robinson Stentz, their nephew, solemnized today at" ndbn in the borne of the ,taide.~ Xha.'bYidejgroom's parats, Mr. and' Mrs. J. 1_ Stentz, formerly re' FRSOWAIS." Mr. and- Mrs. -Patrick Mflday-and Mia» Florence-- Bartley of» -Adelaide,left today for FhQadelpnia and New York. i ; ·· -Sites Mary HatOriUuleave tonight for Camp HoFaHird, . Baltimore, to visit her brother, Daniel Erjt. Trom there she will go to FhiUCdelph'ia. and New YorlC -- ~_ - -" '-"-."The beet pUce^. fc-.shop after alt- Shoe Co^-- Adv. Wrs. $. B. Markell, Mrs. Anna'-M. Nett and- Katharine Proudfit returned home this--iiroVftIng frooi a saVeral XO -' ABTAXCK 'Ef-JTRICB on sale now.--Adv.--28-2t. Mrs,. Joseph Dixoit has returned home from a visit with Mrs. John Davis of Confluence. All early season hats, including models, reduces to one-half former price. "We have everything desirable in mid-summer hats, Ueghora, Milan, Georgette and Organdie Hats, at McFarland's, Apple street.--Adv-- 28-'2t. Miss Mary Kate Davis, -who spent weeks' vacation with her par- Loans. He sends his regards to tbe Srays. LIEUTEXA5T JtcIfULTY H01U-: OS. FITELOCGD. Lieutenant William McNulty of the 52nd Infantry, stationed at Chicka- were given permlriion to attend a track mxset "in a city about the size oE Su Paul," as he describes the place. "One of the big men of France" was in attendance sad the Amnrican soi- diers were honored by be'.ug presented to him. "J«rry" and his comrades were, of course, equal to the occasion. Aiter navirtg had a fine time they returned to their station vasi.Ly pleased with the day's experiences, even if "dead broke" when the}' landed in camp. manga Park, arrived home last night j Cambridge Springs to report to spend a brief furlough with his witn the motor coostructio parents, Sir. and Mrs. Anthony McNulty ol Trotter. He will leave for camp tonight. Lieutenant McNulty ! was recently discharged from the ' army hospital, where he received treatment for an abscess of the foot." He has entirely recovered and is ing fine. CAFTADf COX LEAVES TO REPORT F01£ DITT. Frank Cor, formerly captain of Company O, Third Regiment, Pennsylvania M/Htia, leaves this afternoon for [or duty ton corps. in which he recently enlisted. FEAS'S CESKO HELPS CAKE FOE 1VOCKDED ASEKICAXS How he helped minister to wounded j soldiers from Pennsylvania is told in I BUIGADIER MUSTEK TO JOtX OVERSEAS FORCES. Brigadier Hunter of the Salvation Army in Plttsburg. who has often visited Connellsvflle, is preparing to leave early in July for hutment service in Franco. flEIUVAKD MOTLES .AIIEIVES I" FUAKCE. Bernard Movies ot the 145th iu- a letter from Frank J. Cuneo, ot the fantry. Company 51, writes Frank car record olBce ot the engineers in .«'nU, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Con- 'France,, written .to his mother, Mrs. A." Cuneo of East Crawford avenue, .Sueiuse; has .returned to the New London hospital, Conn., % where she is stn.dyin£'..to become a'trained nnres. - Mr. aid Mrs. A. W. Han left this morning .for their summer at Guard, Md. Their daughter, Mrs. Cloyd C. Poling and little daughter, Florence, of Pittsburg, will join them. Miss Mae Fox of the Citizens National Bank, is spending her vacation in Pittsburg. Mrs. H. D. TVnipp and two children of-Edna street hare returned from a- visit with relatives at Cumberland. Holleran ot his safe arrival overseas. "STICK AST) STAY" PASSWORD!) - , " Jtae* Sermons Tomorrow. ; Evangelist M..J. Brougher, frho is conducting services-at the Church o! the Brethren on the West Side,, will deliver three sermons tomorrow as which save in part: 01' THE "HAPFE ECGifT." "W e have moved from the camp in' George H. Johnson, son of Mrs. which we were located at first to a I Carrie Johnson of 'orth avenue, who camp outside the city. It is just like is a member of Company C, 500th Enia the country and you should see Uie Sineers, writes that he is well an'l gardens. I believe we are sure of getting a lot of green stuff. I just received a letter from Joe Scarry. He happy and sends a poem entitled "The Happy Eight" to prove it. Tbe members of this group are Marshall Johnson, Alex Sands and they have adopted "Stick and Stay" as their password. follows: . 11' A. M., "A Lasting Monu- { coflee to the wounded soldiers. J Is about three hours' ride on the son, George Mills, "Jingling" John- train from where We are located, j son. Joe Lewis, Payton Tolbert. He says Bill Dowling is with him and "Stab" Drew, George H. Johnson and that they are in the beet of health and working every day. -J am still taking French lessons. *The priest 'that is teaching me says a few- more lessons and I'll be a graduate. If I don't learn anything else over here j I'll have French. "We had a big American Red Cross train in last night. I helped serve meet;'-'3 J?..34., "A Woman's Choice;" 8 P. M., "Pre-Occnpaticm." Children's Day will be observed at 0.45. Keyersdale Chsntoaqva Opens. HETERSDALE, June 23.--The Chsutauqua opened yesterday and the attendance at both the afternoon and evening sessions was good and th« programs, rendered were excellent, and if the weather continues fair aa today has been the Chautau- qoa will'bo a success. FKEXCH FEOI'LH IL1.TE IKAK-XEU JI01V TO CllAfiGE. Tbe people of France living in proximity o' the American troops have leaiaed bow to charge for products of the farm and garden since our boys have arrived. "The people charge enormous prices," says a letter from Major "W. F. Martin, corn- talked to a good many from Pennsylvania, but did not know aay of them. They were the Bret ones here. They' mending the first battalion ot the tell some interesting stories about j n0lh lament. "Kggs are 10 cents how they were wounded and life in a P ioca a n d _ m i l k and butter in pro- the trenches. Some are very young. They all say they wish they were well and want to EO hack and get at the Germans again." Enclosed with the letter was a souvenir bearing a likeness o£ a French 75, "the terror of the Germans." Granted Marriage licenses. Samuel L. Jenkins, Conjiellsville, .and Anna.M. Hill, Scottdale; Har^ K-'. Dayton ; and Mary. Dieter'ly, both of "Scottdale; Martin A. Peterson and Elsie K. Albright, both of West Newton, .were granted marriage -licenses in Greecsburg: Going.to Torto Rico. Miss Flossie' Somerville, . who Das been leaching: in the Cleveland schools,, has received an appointment with the government and is at her home in. Sooth Connellsville awaiting orders to leave for Porto Rico, where she will'be stationed. Track Axle Breaks. ' Traffic was tied up for a time on the Tough bridge this morning when a spindle on a Yough Brewery truck broke off, stalling the machine oa the BIDING 3,000 MILES OJT TRANSPORT AX EXPERIENCE In a letter written to Joseph Bowytz, who recently left for Carap Lee, Va., Frank McCairns who is with the War Risk Department in France, says he) has received a card from William Bowyfcj, a member of. Company D, 110th. Regiment, announcing that he has arrived safely in France. "I am glad he arrived- safely," writes McCairns, "and I know it will relieve you quite a bit. He like the reat o[ us, has gone through the wonderful experience of riding 3,500 miles on an army transport. It is an event that will never be forgotten no matter how long we live. For myself^ I'll I never forget Lower Six, where I bunked on the trip and I don't suppose any oae else will." portion. We are in an agricultural community and the people have crude ways of farming, so do not produce much," The UOtli Regiment is fjnartered in four difleront small villages at some distance from each other. "There are no pretty French girls and everybody speaks French." says Major Martin, "so the hcys are not having much of a time socially." 3SAIT, XOT OPTR.V HUT MiBA'TY tnn;y IT COKES. A letter front Byron Rhodes in France to his parents. Mr. n.nd Mrs. Daniel Rhodes of the West Side, says he Is well. He complains of non-a:rival of mail. At one time an accumulation of nearly two months arrived, including a shipment of tobacco. Mr. Rhodes is in the veterinary service. HALF 1018 AMIOST GO!TE. MiATFOBB BOTM IS 31ADE irETJTEMJrr ot'c duty JPlaylord Boyle of Uniontown, now IIar« lou Saved Anything During the Past Six Mouths. Remember it's the saved dollar that helps you out when Uie pinch comes. More~-er, saving just now is a patri- If you haven't made a start, better do so now, at the old reliable First National of Conaellsviile, east side, approach. The entire load had to be transferred to a wagon, ' in France, has been commissioned i lieutenant, according to a. letter re-1 where saving aceaunts may be started ceived by his mother, Mrs. .Edgar ! wittx W or ni° re - Liberal interest Knirtts of Colnmbus Meeting. A special meeting of the Knights of Columbus will be held this evening at 8.15 o'clock in the club rooms, Title Trust building. All members are requested to he presani. --Adv.--28-2t. Boyle. Typhoid Tictims Improving. Mrs. F. -M/Rush, who has been -ill with typhoid fever:at Ohiopylc, IB able to be up In nejvrbbm',: and Mr. Rush is getting along nicely. HABRT AXBBOSE MAKES BEADY FOE FRONT Harry Ambrose of the 23rd company, , 145th Infantry, has arrived j safeiy somewhere in France, according to word received by his mother, Mrs. Thomas Ambrose of Vanderbilt. Mrs. Thomas Flynn, a sister, also received a letter.- paid.--Adv. JUST COKE AJTD SEE. Tke HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 139 to 133 N PITTSBURG St. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. Tfyis Store Is Famous for Its Creative Style Ability--You'll Find No End of Interesting Ideas Here. Suits worth up to $32.50 now - Suits worth up to $37.50 now - Suits worth up to $50.00 now - - - - - $19.95 - - $24.95 - - $32.50 Suits arc exclusive new models Of elegance, copied after foreign style creators of note. Other models show finest of man tailoring, smartness and simplicity of style and richness of fabric. Materials s.re Poplins, Serges, Shepherd Checks and Imported Worsteds. Our large assortment includes a model for every type o£ woman or miss. All the correct new style in Coats Cor street, sport, travel or dress wear. Sale price $15.00 up to $32.50 500 new Georgette Blouses have arrived for this extraordinary sale on There is enormous assortment of every new style effect in a marvelous array of colors. $.6.00 and .$7.00 Blouses in this sale at Special'Sale price Saturday. !!! $3.95 Newest for summer--slip-over sash models and sleeveless coat models. Silk, Fibre Silk and Shetland Wool. Special Sale Price $3-85 up to $15.00. Sweaters of Sample Sale r Mothers should avail themselves of tbis opportunity to buy Coats for the girls arf One-Third less than thfe real value. The most exclusive stunning styles of Coats at a price that is away less than materials alone could ordinarily be bought, for 55.00 Coats, Sale Price $3.33 $6.00 Coats, Sale Price $4.00 $3.95 Coats, Sale Price 52.64 $7.50 Coats, Sale Price ,. $5.00 ? 10.00 Coats, Sale Price $7.50 ree $1.95, $2.95, $3.95 and $5.95 .Why pay $3.00 to $3.00 more elsewhere for fine his. when you can come here tomorrow and choose from an assortment of height of style millinery at $1.95, $2.95, $3.35 and $5.95. Charming Hats for matrons and youthful hats for young women and misses. -· . ^ TAKING NO CHANCES. When a post- cardwillhririg tree samples .CUTiCURA SOAP and Ointment r which give- B quick relief I and point to speedy hcal- mcnt. Bathe with Cuticurn Soap and liot' - w a t e r a n d : follow with a gentle application of Ctilicura Ointment. This relieves itching, burning eczemas, rashes, etc., and paints to speedy hcalment in most cases of severe skin troubles when it seemed nothing would do any good. The mission of CuUciira is not only to soothe and heal but to prevent skin troubles by keeping the pores free from impurities by claiJy use In the toilet. Sample Each Free by Mail,. With 32-p, book on the skin. Address post-' card; "Curicum, D«pt, 9t, notion." Sold everywhere. 3oap23c. QmEiuent 25 and 50c. Barbers to Close at 6 O'clock. · Some of the barber shops of tbe city will inaugurate. tbe - 6 o'clock closing bour on Monday! July 1. . - Monday hall. Jacques Bon Bon Party. night.' July -.1, .-- 28-3t. Markell SEX DRAFTEES 60 TO SCHOOLS TOMOBJMW . Local Board for District No. 2 will send five men to various colleges for a three mouths' training course, tomorrow evening. The men are: Samuel Cox and Harry Percy, Polish. Nat- .ional Alliance College, Cambridge Springs, Pa,; Leo Lowney and WUlard : Boy Born. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McLaughHn of Biekerson Run, hav e an addition to their family. It is a boy weighing nine pounds. Tie family is now coon- posed of-two boys and OD-B girl. One Prisoner Sentenced, Only one prisoner was given a hearing in police court this morning. First FrcaJt--J^one of Uie hotels would nccommoOate the "human lian- garoo," I wonder why? Sficoud Freak--I guess they were aCruid he would jump his board. Kieheys Hold lleunion. "\Viih mauy members of the clan.in attendance the tourieenlh annual reunion of the Richey family was held Thursday at the Merrittstown academy. Following a big picnic dinner addresses were made by John W. Wil- Jiard of Masoiitown, and J. "W. Dawson of UnionIOWD. Officers for the- year wore elected as follows; President, John "W. "WilHard; treasurer, A. S. Richey of Uniontown. At Lnmherme^s Meeting. C. C. Collins, John Collins and Pa-.il Collins of Vandcrbilt, attended a turkey dinner at the Summit hotel on Thursday evening, where the Lumbermen's Union was in sessiou. Chas. C. EftiicheH FUNERALDIRECTOR 219 South Plosarg street. Botb Fbooos, "-i t employ no agents or solicitors, jLm doing business strictly on my o\ra merits. 18 yt'nrs practtcai experience. Motor Funeral Service if Desired. NIGKT CALLS ANSWERED AT OFFICE. Infant Dies. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones of Smithflold died at birth Thursday, June 27, and was intered in the Baptist cemetery Friday. fcHJCHESTER § PILLS W,~. TJIE BLAUO.ND niliSD. A Wbott Irregular or delayed us8 Triumph Pills. Safe and always dependable. Not sold at drug stores. Do not experiment with others; Have disappointment. Write for "Relief" and particulars; It's free. Address NATTON- I ILL M1CDICAL XNSTITUTE. Milwaukee, ! Wisconsin. Children's J)ay at Summit. Children's Day. exercises will he held tomorrow evening at the Summit. An interesting program will be I rendred by the children. More Glasses Are Al! the Time And more are going to be I worn -- nothing is rniicti surer ·than that. Because the public is coming to understand the importance ot being free from I eye-strain with its aceomany- ing evils. Hence the importance jof having us measure your de- 'fects of vision, and supplying the necessary glasses for their correction. The sooaer the better. SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERKWUESf Classified Ads. One Cent a Word. Advertise for it in these columns I. W. Myers, Opt. D. Optometrist and Optician. Woolworth Bldg., Upstairs. Our Specialty--Comfortable Vision. : -*i *r?**. I "^.---.-.._ *

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