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i-AGE TWO. rHl! DAILY COURIER; CONNEJXSVILLE. PA. ITJESDAY, JULY 2, 1918. FOKKEB SBRBTUtT OF M FAILED . o'clock in Odif Fellows' bifl.' · The'.regnhir monthly bmincMs and socttl .iKttliaf of the Epworth .Let- fit of Ibe.Elrzt Methodist/Episcopal churcB^wiliT.W'held ;thtei:e:reijing ; "at Lincoln avenue. A large attendance, of' members' Is "arced; as matters of importance . will hel ^discussed. A special Invitation is extended those of'th« chnrth who'are of the teen age. A' deTight'fuV pariy-"was -Seia'at-' (Be koiM-of. Mrs'-'Harriet-Koontj in honor of, her 73rd birthday and the birthday cfDorraan Tissue, both anniTtrsarie* falllnf. on. Jun« r 2!v. ; Thejnieat^ al', j brought, well 'filled 'baskets' -Jrom' which;an elaborate: dio.er-war served on the lawn at .noon. Mrs. Koontz recefted many"'useful "gifts. -After ' ( · · spending several very delightful I tours the guests dt parted at 3 o'clock for - their- respectire homes- .-The?:f o\-. .J-... lowing were present: Mrs. A. J3. Tis- ; sue and daughter, Delia, and Mr*. M. C. : SXinn«f'«£df son. Olof· Mm. Albert McNatr_-iaj*V*ingJiter, Byeljn,.;-M«. V.-K. jphnson" and. sons, George-and.j · William:-ftTM.;- Charlesjf.Ohjer{fiandij'V '·_ . . - . - - · . . thnee children: and Pormair Tftsne. · ^Charles Emil Strangeland, former secretary of the American embassy In London, .ig^held a prisoner in New "·' ·"'· i^' default of tlO.OOO bail. He The 1h« neflt association. of. meefinrregiilmr -lff Maceabee hmlLl - Mrs. Johm. M. Tonne, president 'of th«i Woman's, Culture club, request 3 al .'members of thc.'clnb as well u otSen rntere»t«d in'- tie -Red .Cross .to moH tomorrow-afiarrioan-at-2 'o'clock ·at^the Bed Cross rooms., to assist In computing 500 comforts-kits- which: Miss Harriet Clarke, supervisor. of k»itt!ng, wishes to send to an embarkation camp-a* soon as possible. Seventy-sight women- responded to a Fourth.. «imH«r,.call_issued .recently by Mrs. '"Knit and save! Save and knit! ,"W-as,brought, from Philadelphia after being 'examined by agents of the de- partinenit ; -of .justice, who charged him with violations of the espionage acL^ He is charged with attempting to sond [ --.MM -mm,,., letters written in unintelligible code ST. JOHFS CHURCH to. his wife in Copenhagen. . i For Infanta and Children. Mothers Know 1M Genuine Castoria the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years Ot WrMppBCi of, Pittsburg, 'were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.' A. Mason of South Arch street Sunday. Mrs. Harry · Mason accompanied them home to spend the Young and it is hoped that as many or more will respond to this call. Th'fif t'-'stainp ' with' pound of our Liberty Yarns. All colors, $4 pound. jSend check or money order. Liberty liee 'Elta' i 'l«dre, J Nor. 515,'- ladlen'! Yarn- Go.." 114. North Highland' Ave- Auxilimrr to the'Brotherhood of Rail-.jnue. Pittsburgh Pa.--Adv.-7-2A9. road!Trainmen, .witl'hold a'picnic'on the. Fourth -of Uulr at Ohiopyle. All member* are Invited .and asked to brilg a basket. The picnickers will leave at 8 o'clock over the Baltimore, ft Ohio railroad. , . - ; : ~i. ", '. Miss Mary Griffin will entertain, the O. M. ft. club.' formerly" the" T^C. T. Fancy work club .Friday night at her home, 511 East Cedar;avenue. The Cnited-for-Service. Unit to the CbarleMon Comforts Branch al the Navy I^eagne, irilli^ije'et tonight 1 at the j after home of Mrs. W.-Pi;.Brppk«.iH Mur- sisley phy aveniw. ^f~ "·.''.~"i'.~- ,. B. F. O'Bryon of Meyersdale, formerly of Connellsvilte, was in town yesterday. Mr. OTJryon is a well known Baltimore Ohio railroad engineer. .. : . 1 Steereless sweaters in bright colors knitted with the new sweater ribbon, are the latest for women. -"We have all colors; 60c spool (6 to 8 spools required). Send check or money, order. Liberty Yarn Co., 114 North Highland Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.--Adv.-7-29. ASKS BIDS FOR NEW SCHOOL BUILDING LINN F. HANSEN, PATRIOT Mrs. John Stafford of Tbpeia, Kan., returned tame, ysteerday .afternoon visit with iher ' : father, Jlohn ·of''·'· -South (Jonnellsville, and : Mrs,:j^R««lCTre!l-;Marietta" will eu- :·· tertain:.Uie;I.iiHes' JUd:societr.of the .: HfethodbtlFrotestniit -church Friday ". afternoon at her home in East ; ..Craw', ford avenue. The Catherine Johns- · ton Home" Missionary society will l meet "Wednesday night at thu close { · · of the regnjar prayer, se'rvices; Aoont' |;;0" was .realized from ; "wonder sale"' held'iajit Frldiji night ; by th"e"i~.j5.{c. clasiof]Se'pirsi.'Meth- .; odist Episcopal church held at tHe ; home of MM.;Harry.Bengel;rn ISnyder '. street. . _ ". :- Mr£laura-Fierspl: -will, -entertain . . t£e Greenwood Ladies Fancy/work club thJi'evening at her home iiiMo'r- rell avenue,;Greenwood. . : . - . ; ~ .'. The Ladies'.: Aid society of th-j First · v.Baptist cfcnrcli, is planning to hold an open meeting Thursday evening, July ·-?· li,'In the.chuich;; : . ; . .'·'. -- ·'··-'·· -PRSONALS. Mr. and Mrs. John Graft and* baby ' TiaVe'returned to their hoin* at Stand-ff^- t Hff » yisit of a-few daj's with Tr-jj r: Graft's^father' and' mothm-. Mr. ' "lual'Jlri. Ciarlea"Graft ·of Orchard other relatives- h;ere,' Mr. and Mrs. B: Soles arid three daughters, BITie, Grace and Gertrude, left yesterday morning for a trip to Washington, T)'.'-C' n and various points of Maryland; . CONNELLSVaiE S. S. TTln l» Two Clauses In Cflnnty At- te»ianc« CoBtest, Jmt CIu»cd. Two Connelixyille Sunfiay .schools were winners in;_the- attendance contest which closed with the last Sunday in June. Among schools whose average, attendance during 1917 was between 150 and 200 the · United .Brethren school of Connellsville won first place by showing a gain of 27 per cent. The Gonncllsville Baptist school. Von third place by a gain of 14. per cent. The Christian church school, stood fifth with A gain .of 10 per cent. - p . Among -schools with an average attendance hetyreen 200 and 300 the Connellsville Presbyterian school stood in nrst place, its gain having been seven per cent The largest sain in perconrage of attendance In any class-was made by the Uniontown Free Methodist school which Increased its attendance from 100 to 140, Business Men Sibseribe $£,000Toward Kxpen««; U. C. i'rick Coke Com- pnnr Gins $L',OOC. St. John's Roman Catholic church on tha West Side has asked for bids for die erection of a school building, a. parish house and a sisters' building 1 on the church property in Crawford 1 avunue, the bids to close at noon on j July 13., Annoucctiment of the plan 1 to buiid A scbool ws'made some tim£ ! ag« in The Courier. To date $5.000 i has been raised toward the project! among the business men ot the city j and vicinity,, and U is Mtpected an equal sum will yet be realized by continuation of the canvaaa. The ccjgre- ffuion has been aitked to contribute $15,000. T2ie remainder of the expense, between 135,000 -ud ?-!0,00'). estimated., will be 'borrowed. Tho plans provtd.ii for a solid brick j school building in the rear of t u e j church, with gymnasium and swim-j ming pool In the bailment, four school ro»ms on the first floor and n auditorium on the second. It is the intention to convert the present school quarters in the basement of thn phurch into a club room for young people. The present parish, house, fronting in_ Crawford avenue, will be removed to^the rear of the church anti enlarged and veneered, and an eight- room, brick, veneer home for the sisters will be erected, also in the rear, "ho space uow occupied by the parish house will be converted into a lawn. City council last night adopted an ordinance providing for the vacation of an alley bisecting the church property, and another providing for another alley, making use of church I There Js none who will' ever be able ·to doubt the patriottittn of Linn F. Hanson, a young fanner of Wayne. Neb. Hf-ustm owned quite an extenslvt- farm but when he heard the call of Uuty hn responded. First of nil, hi j*old hill property, then contributed 53,800 t.) the Red Cross. Ho followed with a 51,000 contribution towards building a church fliid then bought, another itousaud dollars' wocth of Liberty bonds. Not content with all this, Hnnscn enlisted in the army and then t'ought $4,500 more of Liberty bonds. He is stationed at Pensacola, Fla., with Company 0 of the Forty-third infantry. President "Wilson has written Hanson a letter expressing his admiration Jtor the action" taken by the young fiirrnor. One lot of Tub Silk Waists, all sizes, values to $3.00, special $1.95.. One lot of Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chine Waists, all sizes, values to ?4.50, special §2.95. One lot-of slightly soiled Wash Skirts, values to $1.50, special 79c. These-are wonderful values. 1 rack suits, values to $27.50 special $14,95 1 rack suits, values to $40.00 special $22.95 1 rack suits, values to $60.00 secial $31.95 One rack of Dresses, values to $25.00, special $12.95. Silk Dress Skirts from $5.00 to $19.75 values, One-Third Off. One lot of sleeveless Sweaters, values to $4.50, all sizes and colors, special $2.95 All Our Sleeveless Jackets Valnes to $22.50 l /3 OFF Sife Oiie lot of Fibre Silk Sweaters, sleeveless, values to 57.50, all sizes and colors, special The Store Ahead The HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE; teg to 133. N PITTSBURG Sti CONNELLSVILL£ Butterick Patterns property farther north. The church j $200 A WORD DAMAGES jorio per cent. The 1 Third Set "TH* 'Man -Without- a Ctnntry" ·'·- · *t-the-Parani6uiit: i rheatre -Wednesday ' · aiid 'Thursday;-- Adv.-- 7-J. ·'"'· ~Mrs. C.'K McTarlarid and two chll- r ' dreff'have returned home after , a visit -'- wltB'.to* former's parents, Mir. and "-"·" Mrs." J.'JU -Brans of Lincoln avenue. " r "Kfilf' for 'the" soldiers.' All colors '-' ^ Stanaard"KnitOng"Yarns; 14.00 pound/ : --'Send- cheek ; or hibiiey or3er. - IJbertj- --ifarri Co'.; JH North: Hlffblanr Avenue, Plttsborg. Fa.-- Adv.-7-29. ' ·" ' Mrs: AlJre4-J. : -Kobacker -and little ----- d»ughter-6f -Isabella -.road, arrived · Home yesterday afternoon -from Pitts..... .ourfc. " ........... - ... "" ""MIss'Qrace GTimm of -Plttsburg, is the guest of Miss Maralfoyd Still- ·wagon of Lincoln avenue. Th»-M)*5t;plac6 -to'shop after all. Brownell- Shoe. Co. -- Adv. Mrs. Belle Carson and ..daughter, Milts' Marj, of Las ton, are. guests of ;.the fonr.er's Jaugiiters, .Mrs. .George Baker and Mrs. D .G. Button. ;..- . !Urs,.Patil Dick and children have . returned home _from Battle Creek, ., where they soent several weeks with. LaeuttnaEt Dick, itatioae.d at an .'·_. army, school ..there. ... Mrs. W..K.. Hoffman of .Morgantown, ..'·-, is th« iciest, of. her. sister, Miss Mar- Blackstpne ...... . ..... - attendance in the county, 503, a gain of 35 per cent from an average attendance ot 372 In 1917. . Frank GETS FIVE DAYS Randolph P» T « Dearly St*»lln s Welien. for '-Frank Randolph, a negro arrested yesterday morning by. Patrolman P. property fronts 125 feet on Crawford av«nuo, and has a depth of about 250| TJlat , g imonBt SoBBht bj . Trotter tct. It is the intention, said Rev. Father Tusek, the pastor, to begin work as soon as the materials can be secured. The H. C. Frick Coke company has subscribed ?2,000 toward the expense. ., , . , _ , , The following additional snbscrip-j:\ trs ' H«'°.Bartok, in a su.t filed in Uon* were reported: Uniontown today. Woman H'hoat Clnim is $3,000. Two hundred dollars a word for 15 words s-hi; is alleged to have utterod in defams,tion of "character is sought by Mrs. Peter Morkos ot Trotter, Irom The Rapport-Featherman company, $50;. John Bird, |5; Hooper Long, ?2r,;'Kail Bank. ?25; Wright-MeUler company. £100; Churlos Schepis, $10; A. B. Kurtz, $25; X. Alelnlck,. $10; Rev. H. DeVivo, $25; Connsilsvillo .Iron Works, $25; W, E. Kelly, SIO; Jolm DeTample, $2; J. Schneider, J10; William C. Wissel, ?35; William Jezzl, $2E; Dr. A. U. Tucker, $5; Joe Gran-| cy, $20; J. K. Poiason, 5)0; W. N . j "You ran oft with another man and an," the defendant is alleged to have said, referring to the plaintiff. SCOUTS TO RAISE FLAG Iilticrty lioiia Honor EflDilcm to Go I'p at City Hall July Fourth. The Bi)y Scouts will raise the Lib; erty Loan lionor flag on the pole at Leche. $100; Kobackors, $50; J o h n c ! l y haU O r. Uio morning ot July ' Duggan, Sr., 5MO; W. E. Rice, :foOO; j J. H. Doyle, {25; P. W, Wool worth Company, J1CP; Andsrson Loucks, M. Eulli, charged with being'drunkj$10: Katharine Millor, ?50; W.-A. and tlisonJerily and stealing weiners.1 O'nrien, ?5; Gaetano Corradp, ?100; fromjhe staKd of .G\ix Mela, on West j Union Auto company, 25; J. D. M.idi- sari, |25; M. Derencln. $25; Perry Henderson, $25; J. ^chlinger, Sr., J100; J. (ichlineer, Jr., ?25; D. C. S. Johnson, .'jl; J. Y. ^qods, 55; Mary Zoldak, ?25; li. Norris, 525. Crawford avenue, was "given five days on the streets by .Mayor Duggau this morning. Randolph was given the al- tercative of 15 days in a cell or five at. work. He .took the- five days at labor. . Two other drunks were also ijiven hearings before Mayor Duggan. each paying J3.50 in fines. \Mr.andrMr3.- William B..Mason, Mr., rad Mrs. Charles Mason and son.. Billy - : / W e d In Cumberland. .John Bears, Brownsville, and Anna Buckshow,.Greensburu; Aaron Boden- helmer. and.Jessio McFarland, both of Scottdale; Charles 'Robertson, Boyn- j ton, and Anna ; Sayjpr, Meyersdale; 1 Samu'el.Ringleranii Edna Tiptbn, both of Meyersdale,'and Harold Critchfield and Amanda Pr'itts, both of Eock- .wood, were granted licenses to wed in Cumberland. ' - ' - : West Side "Child Wes.v :The one year old son of Mr. and Mrs: Wallet .J. Smith;;-died-yei!terday afternoon at the ifamily^r.eisjdence, 145 North Second street.,. ;Fesi SldejivThc. body was · shipped' last ;nignt' Dyi Pnri-, erar-Director Charles 1 -C;'-MitcheH 'to'. Hoods Mills,. Mdi, for,' Interment. I at ,Iac(|«s TTcidaesdsy Sight. Shirt waist dance at Jficijues, vTed- ne»day night,, July .3.?: Kiferle..' Eiecr '-- - - ' - ' 5 ' ' ·'·· : "" . t: fans'.-- lAdT.^T- THIUTJUB BEAUTIFIED. Xarcince .kiMs Grently to Attractive- nens of the Fsramoutt. Attractive improvements have been made upon the Paramount theatre by the erection of a .marquee extending out over the pavement. In addition to 48 lights arranged around the marquee there is one large one in the ct-nter, which neither casts a shadow up or down. Beautifying the entrance am several large- palms and flbfal baskets. . ~- The improvements add greatly to the appearance of the popular'theatre. Returns From Texas. Mrs. ,L. M. Mace of; Greensburg, formerly d£ Connellsville, has returned' hpnje-from- . San . . AntoniOj Tex., wher'e;*'she:was\:[slled by the sudden illriess: and: death of'-hei-J^noUier. · - · '· ' · ; · · v ' 1 ^ . * · · .. - . . : . .Then:'. iise onr. classified.! column. Re- For.rth. The hour has been made O.JO o'clock. The Connellsville Military hand will ploy and Attorney E. C. H'.gbee will deliver a short address. The Boy Scouts have agreed to raise and lower the flag each day; Rsmark That Meant War. "Some people nln't badly r""ud when they've got n cheup photygnipli tcP show off," observed Mrs. Prunk of No. 85 to her neighbor nt No. 33. "She .had the four ohfldr«n a(l took together Inrt week," nncl a tliurnb was jerked In the direction of No. 31. "Only snj-in' to my husband this mprnln'," replied 88. " 'George,' 1 says, 'I'm about fed up with her swank.' Never did see such a woman to pat on airs. Fancy! A photygraph ·In : war time! I shall tell her off if she shows It to me, you -see If I don't." Two minutes later the photograph In question was being passed over th* opposite fence. "Think It's like 'em 5" asked Us proud owner. : "[ don't know 'em, do I?" "O 1 course you do. They're my four." "Never! Well, there, dear, I siip.- pose you wushed 'em nfore they ivns took?" Makes such a difference, don't itr . former Engineer in France. Rev. H. : A..- Eaum of Dawson, received a card.from- F. M. Showaltcr, . Lake Erie ra.ijroadvengiffe.er/ telling of his safe fa^faii^y^'tf^yTJ,., .' WILL RAISE FLAG | Old Glorr ViIl IJe Unfurled as Honor to TouBg Soldiers. A flag raising will take place on tic Fourth of July morning at 10 o'olock . on the spacious lawn ot the home of . .Mrs. John J,'DHscoH at East Bad, in · honor of lUe birthday o£ her son. Nor- 1 bert A. Driscoll, who is with the heavy . artillery at Soissons, France. A beau- 1 tiful flag was pregentod by Miss Mary \ Dugal, anil in addition to this a aerv-; ice flag w i l l ' b e unfurled. Mrs. Dris-| coll has throe sons In the service: j Julian, with the United States infantry, and Norberl A., both overseas, j and James J 1 ., vvbo has enlisted in the | mechanical dopfirtmenl and waiting j orders to leave for active service, The flag will" be raised by little | Miss Pat Driscoll, a sister of the j young soldiers. After the unfurling ' "Tho Star S[angjed Banner" tnll be suiig. Addresses Trill also be made. The students of the Johnson school and other friends of the family have been invited to the exercises^ : Miss Margaret Cooper Tells How Cuticura Healed Eczema All Over Body Face Hands and Neck Itched and Burped FLAG ROPE BREAKS Iciscnrinp; Man Climbs 1'olt; and .Hakes Possible Italsing Ceremony. Unable to hold a flag raising at Leisfnriiig No. 1 Saturday evening because the rope on a 75-£ool polo broke, Freemau Sayers climbed to tlie Lop aiid inserted a new rope. He climbed, ihe poie without tlie aid of climbers. At the top the pole was only two inches thick, but he negotiated his aerial .trip safely. "Wuen the new rope was placet through the pulley John Dennis raised the flag. The entire population of Leisenring turned out for the flag raising. Tlie emblem was donated by the Connellsville lodge oE the Jr. 0. U. A. .\i. "I was troubled with eczema all over my body, especially my face, hands, and nwjt for about five months. At ftd and bunscd so constantly that when I scratched it vsiidc me nearly crazy, and it made my skin BO sore nc, red that it caused many smill pimples. These formed into blisters, and I could not get any sleep. "I found a Ctiticura Soap and Ointment advertisement, so I sent for a free sample. In less tban a week I could see a difference so I purchased more, and a/ter using two cakes of Cuticura Soap and not quite one box of Ointment I was healed, 1 ' (Signed) Miss Margaret Cooper, 59 Keller's Lane, Plymouth, Pu., July 25,1917. Unsightly complexions are often a bar to social and buai.ies success,. Having cleared your skin with Cuti- cura, why not keep it clear by using ths Soap for every-day toilet purposes? SampleEschPrcebr Mail. AddrtSRpoSt- card; "Cuticura, Dcpt.it, Boston." Sold everywhere. So;ip25c. Ointment25andSOc, A. KR1GIAN. The funeral of A. Krigiau, who was drowned in the Tough river Saturday night, M-as held this afternoon from Puaera! Director J. E. Sims' parlors. Interment was made in HiH GVe cemeiery. SAMUEL, DAVIS. Word Las been received here of the death of Samuel Davis, which occurred yesterday morning at his home in Now Brighton, follovdng a brief illness of pneumonia. Mr. Davis married Miss Edna DiJ linger, who was for several months a nurso at the Cottage State hospital. She has a number of friends here. (1 i If Glasses Are Necessary WORK OR WORKHOUSE Cutter Will Be Paroled if Hu To enable you to see normally, by far the most important duty before you is to have your eyes, examined. Neglect of the eyes is the most serious neglect imaginable, and the common-j est. Seven out of every ten peo- i RAISE $1,000 FUND JTonnt Zion Baiitists Prepare to Jfahe liopaire to Church Edifice. A rally to celebrate the raising o) $1,000 to be used in repairing the church was l;eld Sunday at the Moua! Zion Baptist church in Fourth street "(Vest Side. There wore services n the morning, afternoon and evening with Kov. H. G. Hwoe of Wasaintr^n I-a., .occupying tlic pulpit. Aic church at all the meetings was filled to its utmost capacity and the ser. vices were of an unusually interesting nature. Donoations ranged from $1 to ?20 the latter sum being given by a business man of the city. Tie pasir., Rev. II. D. Epps, and the congregation wishes to thank all those who so generously contributed towards'the lund. - EiJlod in Blast, LONDON, July 2.--An explosion occurred in the National Shell Pilling factory ic ihc Midlands on "Moijday night, it -vas officially announced today. Between 60 and 70 persons lost their lives. Finds Useful Employment | P ie need OUT services, and if you | ..Thomas Button of Connellsville and j are one of the seven, let US give I Mount pleasant, and ;by occupation a you early relief. Call any time. I moat cutter, was sentenced to a year; in the workhouse ini court in Union-! town this morning by judge E. H.' Reppert for stealing jewelry a n d ; other articles in Connellsville valued j at $110. . ' Button admitted he had worked only three or four months in two years. The court told him if he would secure employment he would be paroled. I. W.Myers, Opt. D. Optomejrist and Optician. Woolworth Bldg., Upstairs. Our Specialty--Comfortable Vision. Undergoes Throat Operation. J. W. Eisley, four years .old, of Prospect street, underwent a throat operation this morning at tie Cottage State hospital. Patronise, those, who advertise. Sconts Meet Tonight A meeting of Boy Scout Troop No. 4 will be held this evening at 7 o'clock at the Carnegie Library to discuss plans for a summer camp. Hoy at Jllckcy Home. , The stork visited the home "of XS-. and Mrs. Frank Mickey, at Dickersoc Run, yesterday and left a sou.

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