The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 1, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, July 1, 1918
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^ORX OR FIGHT t RULES EXPLAINED BYGEN.CROWDER gsp f .. j C *"*· " ? /J " r* £ / 1 ' PAGE BIGHT. THE D4ILT COURIER. CONWEi'LLSVTLT.E, PA. MONDAY, JOLT 1, 1918. * to Ixte*l Boards Are Made Cl«*r ud Explicit. COMMON SENSE TO GOYERM Provoat Maxahal Genual Crowoer £^» ls3iMdkth*ifoaowing.3tataniiat in ' ·xplanation, ot the "work or any «a and attar July 1: ,"'·, 'The- itgalfOoat provide that £pcnuM «najQd in certain.eni at*d rlinin of occupational a»d era- la in which be ia effective a««li« mi n to the nation mar have him £**(· a deferred lavificattoiit eiQLei" eotgaye' In sonw f otmer occupation or employment that iri'1* prcxJucttre or enter the military "Wbwit few been detaRBtned UiaJ a p*r»OB ta a deferred aaaMBcaUun or i* t *fg*t»t i» a noa- ooraadioA or cmvloTBMii and cmtar Banter . wffl b» ··MUnm and g W irffl be *ma*diktal7 Jadwted into ;*;,!·- an t r e d u The m»lahi««i ixo*Mn that per- ns engaged ia. the aentac of food aad drink, or eMher^in. paMfe-pbtoes, JacJntttng hotehr-xad aoetal dttfw, are ;«at»aged in non-midBettn or erap*09HHentB This; however. not -ihclod* umia»iii ·cooks, or otber anptorea nm»a« *boy »re actoany encactd. IK the serving of aad drtnk, or ettber :' "The legabrJoa* further provvte 'taat paan«pg«T-el«rvator operators and and doormen, footmen, aga opewrc, and other at ten 4- tm ctaibe, hotels, stores, apart- boiMee, cfltce baOdtngs and houses are engaged in -non-pro- ^itoetrre oecuiwtioits or emplorments j*l» -wor* "other attendants'* include '*en b**s and alao imcrode porters, |nless 9*A porters are eoc*g«cl In C*e»vy work. . - "The regiilatKm« further that persons, jnchtdlnv ushers aod ·(her attendants, engaged and ocra- '.JtfM In and. In connection with Same*, sports,' and amusements, i- actual perfonziers ji legitl- -mate concerts, operas or theatrical irforroaacetf, are engaged j n n c ,xi- :fnctlve occupations or employ- r »ents This includes, in aclition to mvbers and other attendants, all par- mom engaged and occupied m games 9A siporU, iMid amusements, except actual ^performers in legitimate concerts, ^·operas, or theatrical performances |r * "The regnlations further provide that a person engaged in domestic i'aendce 13 engaeed in a non-produc- ·mplorment or occupation, but Ulis doe* not include public or private ekJLUffeors. unless they should also engaged in^ some other ocenpation emstajmtni defined as mou-pro- IK "The regnbcttons farther provide iat M]«B clerks and other clerks ·ployed m stores and other mer- 5,,e»ntUe estahlishments are engaged non'productiTe employments, but doe* "not include store execa- ssperintesdents, depcKmects as ·u jaallM. - flnaetal, adTertlsing ' ; e»r«t, p«rcha«tD», deflvery, rectJv- ' tfcr sWpoi^g and^other departments; -. iae» not Inctude reshrtered pharmacists endoyad in wboJeaale and retail drac atom or estaMlshments; not indvde twreting aales- deBvery drfrers, elec- -«rlct»»». n«laeen, carpet layae, up- ^£c%3A^wi awr afl^ .theory work o«aMe the usual duties ·e* «»l»Ji. Howerrer, 'smles clerks and ^·ttwr clerks' inctede Ike clerical ·!*en» hi the ofe* an*'lo all deoart- (jimu of stores and anmattle es- HHaOanall The words "stores and Aether *M*t*atlie estaWislmwiits' mi*. end* both wboIeMk) and ratail ,-:".«toT«« aod nereaatfle estaMMoDenti V* e^gaavd in seffinK goods and wnres ·--' Twal aad dbtrict boards will ;;.. cem»M«r oaM of wttadraml ot de- :·:: -tami ch»«in»aHnu and late order · iimia»ir» with syiovdtay and common '^'aciMav aad thx TegalatiaM prcride that th«y ahall accept as a reaaonable ucve tor temporary idhavM or for helve encaged in a noa-prodwctir* ·ccavation or employment the following: -(a) aickneas. "(b) Seasonable vacation, "(e) Lack of reasonable opportan- it- for enrploymeot fn any occupation oataMe of those toerjbed as ncn-productrre. "(d) Temporary abamoea (not regular facaaons) frtm regular employ- jnent, not to exceed ome week, unless such temporary absences are habitual and frequent, shall not be considered as Idleness. '(·} 'Where there are compelling circumstances that would permit change of -smployceiit by _ igistraat without dUproportion- 'atr-aardsMp to his- dependents, or wh«r*,,» change front a non-productive to»a productiva employment or oocapatlon would -necessitate the removal of 'the registrant from his place of residence, and such removal woaiit, in the judgment ot the board, cause uausual hardship tofthe registrant or ti*^family; or when such change of ' etaDlojraent would necessitate the pifiht employment of women under eiieamstances deemed by the boards 'nn«uJtable for swh employment of wocan .boards are authorized to con- oder any or all such, circumstances ta r«w cable excuse for non-produc- -IB addition to the cu«* whera , r«a*aa«Mfk excuse* Buy-; be, accepted |tur-i»m»or*ry idlenes* ffltf being i 1 " 1 »· * aon-anxtJKtiTe oetmpa- - or- employment, loea! and dls- itrttt beard* hanr* aathorllr nnder the MWBS MACK, AS HEAD OF BA1LH A) Jt»SIO. Dr. Ceorce V IXMnonoseuH, head of ·the Buacten raUway atfashm to the United States, ha* oaen ilanrtiiaxl from hie poet ig- 'i» Ruai*sa ambae- sador hea»i»t of a statemem issued by Timtnaueana atfot\nf allied later- In Boa*** and vphohtfnf the to withhold or jwetpon* action for a reaaonable nm* in eaeo* wnet» it appean that the .-edstrant in (DOd fatth is, or has been, Mekinc piadnetive emoJarment, ?.od that «nch reasonable postponemett will enable hkn to atcoie snch emrioyment. ·The United States Employment Service wfll anriet recistranta te se- cuiiijg -work of a prodnettre character. Any rejgntrant desiring such aesutanee will, upon application to his local board, be retexred to the agent or local director of -the Employment Serrice, and every local board wfll furnish such agent or local director wrth a list of the names and addresses of registrants who apply to them for information concerning employment, and also a list of the names and addrtesou of registrants who h»T» been notified to appear " ASSIGNED CARS FOR COMMERCIAL COAL NOW CANCELLED Om the Pennsylvania, and Baltimore Ohio Railroads. the ·DfERATING TO BE BASE Of Mstrilntioa and All Hare Eqaal Chaw* to Famish Coal f*r Bail- read Use; Ho frcfereaee as Was Fonterly the Practice; Is Jn Meet Becinalng on Monday of this week ; the "assigned" car became a thins ot, the past insofar as relates to the ship- ! rnant oC coal for railroud use over. the Pennsylvania and Baltimore * j Ohio roads Official notice from the, Fuel Administration vas given the j officials of these roods directing that, beginning Sunday, tney must cancel their assignments ot cars to bituminous mines for the- loading of coal for railroad nee, either domestic or foreign, operating eat of Pittsburg E. TT. Gardiner, district represen- tatiTe ot the Puel AdminuitraUoa in the Pittsburg district, is quoted as f«y^ry that the new order is one of the most important marat. for the betterment ot the coal situation that the Fnei Adxnuuatration has made, because it atres ererybody interested a ^square deaL" Hie two ra*ds nnm^ 1 mast glTe any coal operator the namber of cars he is entitled to under his ratiag, and not give plenty of can to certain mine* and few or none at others "AH bituminous coal mmcc m the districts comrtbotory to the Penney I- rania railroad, east, and the Baltimore A Ohio railroad, east, will be given a chance to furnish, coal to those railroad*, and not a. chosen tew mines be glren preference aa heretofore," Mr Gardiner said. 'The new order gives all the operators an equal footing, their capacity to furnish coal, ot course, being considered--and it will sire all miners a better -working chance and be much more aaiisafetory all around. "Hie railroad*, howenr, must be fnrniahed with 100 per cent of the coal they need, and it is up to the Fuel Administration, to see that th« road* get thai percentage The order will really speed up coal production, although It will-cause a slack- enlnc of the output of certain mines that b»T« heretofore had a. plentiful supply of cars, but It -will give mines that have been usually short ot ears an increased supply "The New York Central recelTed an order cancelling the assignment ot cars for commercial coal sometime ago In all probability it will be only a matter of a short time before the order will be extended to all ths roads of the country" An anniversary that in the year of 1918 will be celebrated by tne -world. No longer is it a day to be observed solely -within.the boundaries of our country. A greater significance of this day has appeared upon the horizon of the world, heralding the universal brotherhood of nations. Let oui celebrations of this great clay be dignified with the importance of this occasion. Let us unfurl our flags, open our hearts, give voice to the sentiment within our souls, and renew our unselfish allegiance to *he cause of World Liberty. _ _ _ | _ _ _ _ . . _ -- . . _ _ . . , - - - . _ -_ --- T -- - , * Closed All Day Thursday. Tuesday and Wednesday to Complete Your Preparations Tub Skirts for Summer Outings and Sports Stylish, Serviceable, Cool, Economical Early m the s-eason. we felt that this would be a season of Wa.ih Skirts. And 30 it has proved We have kept in the market constantly, selecting the best of the new stj les, and hardly a day goes by that we do not receive a few Dozens of women will need a new one for the Fourth For these -vromen -we are ready. Prices Range from $2.50 Gradually up to $12.50 Piiues, Conii! R pps, Pophns, Linens Gabardines, Liaenes and Checks--almost every sidrt with some distinguishing feature not found on any other The treatments nf betts and pockets are just as attractive as they arc noveL The Prp-Shrvnk Skirt* ne $3.75 to Otber Stilts, aiauy style*, as km a. Smart Cotton and Silk Blouses If yon will examine this Waist Stock carefully, you will 0ee more than beauty to recommend it, Eer« you find quality, variety, qnal- itr, workmanship, ntyiei anil values Yor. must set it if you need a blouse for the Fourth. Prices as Low as $1.00 And from that up to $25 The "Wlrthmor" and "Werworth" Blousoa at |1 and $2 meet all r^qnirenients of an in- expensrre, general utility blouse Always new, and to be had at this store only At $2.60 to fu 75 are splendid stylea in organdy, dimity, washable silks, -voiles and other light materials At $395 to $25 are models in elegant crepe de chine and georgette--all colors, al sizes. Cool, Summer-Weight Underwear for Women At25c Bibbed TVhite Cotton Vests, low neck and sleeveless, in regular and extra gizes The regular sizes are first Quality, but the extra sixes are ' seconds" with only slight imperfec- .ttons. AtSOcandeOc KIbbcd WMtB Cotton Combinations made with bodice top and ioo*e knee These, too, are m regular and extra sizea. Pillows Don't Make a Porch, They Help Furnish lit More important than that, they make the porch chairs and benches comfortable and they certainly do add to the appearance of Summei Imng rooms Dozens oC pillows covered with pretty cretonnes and Japanese Crepe are here ready for the choosing $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 Many of Our Finest Ladies' Suits in a Special Lot at ONE-THIRD OFF Tailored from popular and serviceable materials, and in practically all the new novelty shades, including grey, tan, smoke, Pekm blue, taupe, khaki and black-and- white checks All sizes from 10 to 46. If you need a new suit for the Fourth, you can't make a better buy than one of these. Regular $19.75 Suits $13.17 Regular $25.00 Suits $16.67 Regular $29.75 Suits $19.84 Regular $35.00 Suits $23.34 BUT TTAB SAVIKG STAMPS Regular,$39.75 Suits $26.50 Regular $45.00 Suite $30.00 Regular $55.00 Suite $36.67 Regular $85.00 Suite $56.67 Men's Suits Good Enough to Wear Any Time--Any Place A man Hkes to look "his oest" on. a holiday, especially if it's a great national holiday like the Fourth of July No matter what the date, or place, the Suits -we have on display here for men and young men will meet the -e- qurrements of even the most exacting tastes. A Wide Range of Prices Going From $15 and on up to $45 StiH a tew Snlts at $15-- , and they are actually worth ' more thjtn that today. A geod showmR at $18 and $20, while at $85 and $30 are the fea. txry showings of our entire stock. The T«rr choicest jaodeh of foo.r of America's greatest clothing makerii are here for you to chooee from T in-, cindiag the newest colors and smartest styles. 2fo matter what your requirement!) as to she, vre can fit yon--and do Id properly. "No-Wate" Suits for the Hot Weather Make th^ best of hot -weather Dress to meet it Half toe battle o-' keeping coo! is looking coo' Tou-il do bcth if you dress jn linen,--in flannels,-in light sergo--in Irani fabrics--or in Silk That's -nhat most men are do- ini Come in and let us show you how well you ipjll look in jeal Summer Clothes and how easy it Is on your pocietbook. A Summer Holiday Always Brings a Very Brisk Demand for --Blue Serge Suits, $15 to $35 --Flannel Trousers, $5 to $8 50. --Eitra Blue Pants, $5 to $7 --Extra Blue Coats, $S 50. --Silk Caps, 50c to $2 50 --Outing Hats, oOc upwards. One Big Lot Soft Straw Hats $1.50 to $6.00 Values, $1.00 to $4.00 In other words you save ONE THIRD on a choice big £-ssort- ment of soft straws including Toyos, Panamas and other popular styles. Handsome new braids and new shapes Don't overlook this splendid opportunity. A Complete Stock of the New Furnishings Every Man Needs --Madras Sfctts, $1 to 83.50. --Silk Shirts, 82.50 to $10. --Half Hose, 25c to 82. --Oxfords, $4.00 to $10. --Neckties, 50c to $2.50. --Jenelry, 25c upwards. --Belts, 25, 50c, $1.00. --Handkerchiefs, lOc to SOc. --Traveling Bags, S3 to $35. --Suit Cases, $1.50 to $20. SAVE GOLD BOND STAJffPS of tas bnde were present ~W E. Jrwm of Uniontown, was a business visitor Tfanraday B P Button was a Uniontown business visitor Thursday. Smithfield. SMETHFIELD June M -- At the parsonage ot the M E. church Wednesday at 10 A. M, Mr J, C Beatty otfVanderbttt, and .Miss Jane Bel! tf Smithfield,^ were united in the holj bonds of matrimony Her Ralph Bell, father of the bride, jjerfonned. the ceremony 3n accordance Trith the ritual of the M E church The wedding was a quiet affair Beside the family of the bride and the father and mother of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. A. Howard, Mr. »ud Mrg. T 0 Wi»e and Mr*. Er»hart, friends and near neigbboru William Bergin of Barter's Ridge, was s. borough business -riaitor Wednesday V 1 Rubte of Ruble, and Prof. J I T King audited the books of tbe ' First National Bank this WCT* C H. (Weil was transacting business in TTniontown jRriday Mrs Aaron, Bonley of Old Frame, was a borough sltopper Thursday Philip Biiler of German township, was in tie borough Friday and signed articles of agreement for the lease of the late Dr J K Goodwin's farm in Nicholson township He leases for the term of one year, with the privilege ot three-years. This farm is 'known as the John Hnnsaker farm and'is in a good state ot cultivation Elmer McFmdd«n, home on furlough from Camp Lee, CM»«I, up »jtrom his home at Fairchance Friday and call*d on friends here Hi* brother Homer is -with the American army in France. They :are sons of Mr. and JtrJ. George McFadden ot Faircbance. For the Fourth AN EXCURSION To Woodland Park (Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio) Special Train Leaves CONNELLSVILLE 6.30 A. M. $2n25 Round Trip P. A L. E. R .R. THIS tPflTED Wfao visit at the Haas Hotel ConnellB rill * 108 S "Water street Room 2 Second floor every Tueaday each week at a A M. to 8 P M Eonest Reliable Service Results and Permanent Practice. For men and ·women Up to datft Treatment for all chronic nervous complicated biood, genera] and *pecl fie diseases No matte) -what TOUT disease see these specialists who often cure alter others fall. Consultation* free an d confidential. Terms alway B reasonable Every "Wednesday auod Saturday aiso at Exchange Hotel, Uniontown J READ THE COUUEE lr!-St»te 573. Bell 842. LOCH, AM) !0!fG DISTA5CE MOTEfGS. I Residence 101 Haas AT?,, CONSKLLSYIIXE, TA. W. W. Glotfdty Classified Advertisements Ic a Word. .ii^jiai^a^sala-SSitXriJliS

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