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Connen»viHeY Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week. 6.778 . ! · · · · · · · : · · ' · · · · ? . ' ' · - · · ' ' ·'· . - · . ' · - . . ' · · - . ( · " · · '-' . ' . ' '·'- : ' . . A . · · YOL. 16, NO. 206. CXJNNBLLSVILLB, P THURSDAT.gVENING, JULY 11, 1918. EIGHT PAGES. ffflLE GERMANS HESITATE BRT1TSH FURTHER IMPROVE i . , , . POSmONS ALONG SOHME Lines Advanced in Operation East Night | . . (-. A ' ' ' · : . . - ' * . · ' . - · ' - . . ' . - · I East of Villers Bretonri^ux; Seventy tusand Finlanders Imprisoned Under Y Go-man Rule While Thousands are Ref ported to Have BeenEiecutedL ; fEDTOMi RULE CRITICISED IN THE REICHSTAG ; By Asaoclated.Preai, ' -.' - - . : · Tbe French continued their jamming tactics last, night on he vcsterly side of the M.irne salient, southwest of Soissons, ,aptnriBg the town and railway station of Torcy and the farm aid chateau of St. Paul, south of trie town. ' · · · - . · . - , j The gain of ground served, still furtheritp protect the forest \l Villen-Cotterets (otherwise called the Hetz :forest) which orms a bulwark of the defense of, ^Compiegne, the important i base and railway junction on the east side of that town | On the British front, squth of the Somme, Field Marshal ' ' t infantry pushed still farther forward last night and won onai holding ground east o£ Villers-Bretonneui on the which served as an important Ldeferise of the Allied basB it Amiens. - , . - , . - . , . . - . . . . · - . f BSITISH INCREASE; GAEfS. f JLONDON JULY 11--In a local ojieration Tarried out last afght south of the Somme, east of Villers Bretonneiix, the Britj- *sh positions were improred, says today's war;office announcer ' The Germans again last night bombarded somewhat heav- f iy the British portions east of Amiens, on both.sides of the i3o«nme rrrer,: the"-war office announced. "·'. \ AUSTBIAN 108818250^00. | ITALIAN AKMT HEADQUARTERS,-. July 11.--Evidence secured from Austro-Hungarian prisoners indicates that the Auqtro-Hungarian losses during the recent offensive are in the Neighborhood of 250,000. ; ; - . . . . The prisoners say that capital punishment in the Austrian y which was abolished last year by Emperor, Charles has oeen re-established in practice Other reports made by captives lend to confirm accounts of poor wheat and potato; crops ifi 'Austria. The condition of tfce.cropYis said to be, particularly Sad in Bohemia and the region of Pilsen: *. j PARIS. July 11---JVendi troop* 1 TOBCI. .'.,. :,-:. :.;,;··. ; light captured the town · · · · - " . - - · ' - - : ' " - ' - COKTUK DXirntG 11STMAXS BErOBE THE*. In re- adT*ir* 9! Italian; AlWula, wWi Bent a* an j Fr»» Ikr Tvjna th* i fca»e carried all pe»W»»s to itke 8«Mal IB aa aduawn «f approx- rli mttet OTCT a 5»-»ile fruit HILDOCK ORDERED i HELD FOR DEATH OF PATRICK CAFFERY tOJIDOS, Jaly W Uwte ««ea*ive la AlWata ttS a*ra»««, aay* a dhaaleli fro* Borne ·: Central *w» Agency. Ike tlM SkmM rtwr, 2» nlfei aorih »f th Ixad«a, rtljr IcrcM li'AUiaBla are »eei- a Ww drfoth* Mae walck' kai XeUriit Halt Face Sraad Jar; ia September » ; of Following an inquest conducted last night by Coroner S. H: Banm of Un- iontpwri, into'the death of.Patrick-J.' Caffery, Joe Hildock'of teisenring No; 1, wai ordered held for manslaughter by the jury. . Mri*. Caffrey. -.was run down -by Hildpck's motorcyeie'Satur-. day night near Brookvale, 'iuffertng injuries which resulted in his death a few:hours later.' . ' · : . ' · .: The jury'found .that Mr4 Cafftry "cam* to hii death as a result of: in- re»«rt. Tfcc ttateaipat aa- '·«Dai«* tk* M»*lse »f a tactaeat TrWrfi waa MmmfSmg b tk« to toaaj'rj juries receired when he was struck It FUSS AUESTED, XAST : · - · . · ' · EXXCIftKD BY GEK3USS. f AMSTERDAM, .July: ii:-^Smce thil Jeriaiu entered Finland 73,000 work'- laeR,there '·hare .been arrested and Bia«i/-:"o " them have bcea executed! ««clar»d Hago Haaie. leadtr of tbe aiiqortty Socialiiti '.in;'·recent speech (a ta« reichita*.; The dtputr .T. ^ntletuid German, rule in:Livonia and fciaonia. ' · · ; " ·''. ' ';. ' · ;.' . · . »EXTx-£Harr is AMY ' ' . BAI. WJt8HB«JTON, July ll.i-Thc 'Army casualty Ii»t Uxiay contained _6S iam'e«, divided; as follows; .Killed in action. S;. died of wound*. 10; died ot diiaaae. 2; died of accidents and ·(her 'causes 1 wounded severely, 31, .rounded slightly, 1, missing In H-.ioa. JS. , Th* list iBcluda* Dl«4 ot woandi; Private Ralph J. Carpmttr, rre*feom Station, Ohio. Died of dtmie, E. W. Rupert, Satts- rllia«*a« in action, Privatea Sterling Bias. ttMrldu, W Va.. and Circle ·urajnerfleld. Gattwood, W. V». UUTXKT JLUU5ES JillXED; woum »i« or vonriw. ! riaeCorj«ca»ualtyli»t today con' * by a motorcycle driven by Joe Hillock," and recommended that Hildock be aald'-to await action by'.the grand Jury.' . · · ; . . . · ..-·; . ' : - Hildock was one of a party of.eight motorcyclista, witnesses at the 'inquest brought out. They were on their CREDITORS DESIRE TO HAVE SHARE IN ML DEAL PROFITS Plan. Freseated For -Further -.. Protection of. tfnsecured - -Claimants. LEGAL BATTLE REOPENED SERVICE FLAfi FOR 35 YOUNG MEN OF s for and Against Jtc-open- lag »f Crisdnal Trial of linlontown Bailer on So-called Erie Indict- ·eut Heard In: United States Court. A 'plan whereby unsecured creditors of J. V. .Thoinuson would participate in .the profitaf of '. tu'e : National Citj- company, underwriting syndicate for the ,'ao^called Hill deal, has been presented ^ to Uie National.. City, company by' the j; V. Thompso'a Creditors'; com- imittee. - The profit-snaring on the part "of "the,, unsecured · creditors would be in. 'addition to the 40 cents on the dollar they are to receive in cash for their .claims against- .Mr.. Thompson. TiiV so-called Hill deal is. merged 'into what will be known as. .The National City, company, a group of eastern capitalists - identified . with the' National City Bank interests, the new. concern being the underwriters of the'J. V. Thompson estate. . This proposition was given detailed consideration at a meeting of tbe J. V. Thompson Creditors' committee in New York on Tuesday..-; The tentative plan was presented to .the committee by -Samuel : Untermyer, their attorney, and some features not entirely satisfactory to the Creditors', committee were referred back to Mr. .Untermyer. for consultation with' the; representatives of The National City company. The consultation Is to be held as soon as possible and Mr. llnlermyer will report back to the committee at a called meeting; A statement issued in New York by, the committee following 'th4'im»etlng'-sa'id' that ."Mr. Untennyer explained to tbe cpinnjittce -the but- linee : of a' plan of ^underwriting and nnanelnit of · the properties of said J. V., Tbbmpwm :ander.Ue 'leadership .ot -The'JNaUpaal Citj- company: as; ; ipi'iili-; eate-manacer und read from the'ten- ifiShi».rfMuL-R. f ··;·: ''-^.-f-i' fi^i'-fi^f. e centering; »bout:th« MQYERj DEDICATED Int*resti»i; Exercises Rendered La»t Evening OB Johnston School · ' ; : Ground*. A service flag {or 35 yoking men'of the .Johnston. ^'chool community at Mover-was dedicated last fore a crowd of several hundred persons assembled about the flagpole-on the school' grounds. Speakers scheduled for tie . evening--Dr. J^ H- Fershdng at Greensburg anid. Rev.. W; F. Conley of South .ConnellsvUle--did not" appear;. 'No word, came from the Greonsburger. Rev. Conlev, it was learned, was unable to speak on account ot.illness. Rev! D. A. Steverw, a former pastor of the Church of God; made a brief dedicatory address. . . : ^Musical selections, were rendered by Christner's blind of Mount .Olive. The Imperial Quartet, composed;'of' Walter ·'·Huey,. Sairry Lewellen, "Will · liam Robbins aix!l Strawn .Robbing,. sang, several..patrjgtlq numbers. The affair was under^tbe 1 .direction of a committee composed of Albert Wagner, 'Walter. Hue;/,'.Curtis Zimmerman, Harry Lewellen and F. · L.; Freed. Mr. Hucy presided.. On".the' flag are represented the following: ··'. . Ralph .Brooks. 60th C. A. C. Head-. (luarters Company, France; George. TV. Keefer, Camp Lafayette. Enston, Pa.; Carl W. Blelstein, Company E. 406th Telegraph Battalion, France;' Jackson D. Prinkey, Company I, 163rd Infantry,. France; - Louis H. Husy, Company E; 305th Motor Supply, France; .Thomas- Newell,. Company. E, 157th Depot Brigade; Camp Gordon; 'William 'Wagner, Company A, I04th .Ammunition Train, France;' Jacob . Davis, Company B, 305th Engineers, Prince; William Basinger, A. E. F., France; Andrew Selskey, 38th Company, Camp Lee: Herman Seiskey, 24th Company, Fort Hancock. N.. J.;-Ray .Zimmerman, Com- paKy K, lllth Infantry, France. . Albert, McClelland. 38th Company, Camp Lee; Norman Keffer, Company E, 305th 'Motor Supply, France; Harry 0. Reagan, Company B. Camp; Hancock; : Ge9rge W. Brealdron, Camp Lee; Oliver WWte, Compacy Li la; 6ort';_ln yesterday before*'-.Judge Charles P. Orr, when arguments were bad upon the writ isiucd against the defense to show cause ..why a re-hoar- ing should, not be granted upon the motion to quash the so-called Erie Indictment. The Erie indictment, containing 30. counts, charging abstrac-. lion, bull irillful misapplication and emit; was- quashed by Judge Orr upon motion of attorneys for Mr. Thompson when tho Thompson trial was called in the Federal court here on May 7: After hearing arguments of counsel on the motion of the" pros-. ecution for a re-bearing on the motion to. ; qua»h the indictment, the court took the papers in the case under consideration.. Counsel .was given a week in which to file, completed briefs containing^ citations of authorities quoted during the arguments. The contention of counsel for the government, Assistant District 'Attorney R. ML Henry, making the principal argument, was. that the. motion of the defense to quaah the Brie indictment against ^!r. Thompson was in effect a; l]ea. in abatement, which,: inasmuch -as the --statute, of limitations . has run against- the institution -.of new pro,way : frqm Trottei: to a party here, »nd ceedings against the'defendant, acted each youth with the exception! of HiK dpcki was accompanied by a girl,.' Hil- dock'c .car skidded, to ;bne. side of road after it struck Caflerr, knockigg him down. ^"itttMses included 'in embers "of the motorcycle party, and Richard Means of Brookvale: who witnessed the accident- John Hildock; a brother, of Joe · Hildock, testifled that Caffery had; ' been staggering across the road before he. was struck. · The .inquest was^held -at ' Funeral ' ' Director 'J Staderle parlors -with the following serving on the Jury: J. C. Henry. C: P; Bishop, Harry Stafford, Irrin O. ; Prinkey, P; j^.Stadjir and C. J. Armstrong. ALLIES SINK U-BOATS FASTER THAN GERMANY CAN BUILD THE CRAFT 110th Infantry, .France.; Ralph Long- 17tS Field Artllery, JFrancfe. ' : J. J. Driscon, 320th" Infantry, France; Ralph Balsley, 3rd Company Training Battalion. Camp Lee; Charles Wesley Newcomer, U. S. S. Naragansett; Claude C. Williams, Company. H, 352nd Infantry, Camp Dodge, Iowa; Frank Trader, Company K, 35th Infantry, Ynma, Ariz.; Robert L. Henderson, Company I, 62nd Infantry, Camp "rremont, Cat.; Mike Hudok, Company B,.llth Infantry, France; Lawrence .Mansberry, Company D f 110th Infantry, France; Walter L.Adamsi .Company L, lllth Infantry, France; Grover T. Adams, Camp Cadet. SIBERIANS PLAN RAISING ARMY TO AID THE Brest-litoTSk Treaty With the Kaiser to B* Repudiated, Says Dispatch. ·-. REDUCTION IN PRICE OF COKE APPLIES ONLY SON OF NICHOLAS SLAIN TO THE CRUSHED SIZES FORH SEVEN YOONG MEN ARE CALLED BY LOCAL BOARD NO. 2 TO GO TO CAMP LEE JULY 23 .the ' Brest r L.itovsk establishment o,f Swedish Newspaper rnblishes Story That Alexis BomanafF Was Killed by B»mb flnriei by a BolslievJki Sol; dler; Based on Report From Moscow . By Assdciatod Press. LONDON, July ll-t^rhe object ot the new Siberian government includes repu'dialfou of ' treaty and the , Russian republic . with · an^ autonomous Siberia, according to a declaration made by a member o'll f the new government to tbe Vladivostok cor-" respondent of the Nichi Nichl Shmi- bun,-. 'says' a Tpkio dispatch to the Eiaily Express. It is also proposed to rehabilitate the army, and send troops against Germany. Russia's national debt would be acknowledged; Siberia. assuming responsibility tor her share. LONDON, July 11.-- Swedish newspapers published a statement by 'a Swede just returned from Moscow that Alexis Romanoff, son of Nicholas Romanoff, the former Russian emperor, has, been tilled by a · Bolshevik! soldier by means., of a bomb, says . Exchange Telegraph Copenhagen today. dispatch from. by SAVE IS THE SLOGAN ConserraUrm Propaganda Spread Train Coming Jnly 20. "Save wheat,' meats, fata and sugar" Is the message that is being carried into every community by the. Food Conservation Train, which is touring the state under the direction .-'ot. Howard Heinz, -state food, administrator, and v -which will be Saturday, ··July. 20. CoDnellsville Under Tliree-tiniirter Inch to lie SI a Ton less. Than Price for Blast Furnace Coke. Rumors were current yesterday in Pittsburg and the coke region that the prices of furnace and foundry coke had been reduced^ The rumor had its origin''in the order of the Fuel A.dministration making a reduction in the price of certain sizes" of crushed coke. The order, relating -to coke made in beehive ovens provides that the. Only 31 Are Required in Contingent For That Date, However. THIRH-nVTFROM NO. 5 Train JWHl-JPnlI Out of B. 0. Station at 9.25 ia the - Erening. irESXJttOBEI/ASDEES ALSO price per'ton f. o. b. the ovens for i On. Same Train· Will Be Increments. crushed coke over %-in. size shall b e j the Tuamimum price .for 72-hour se- j lected foundry coke, plus ,30 cents. | All prepared sizes of. clean dry i screened coke under 54-in. ^ize shall' be'$1.00 less than tbe price for blast furnace c^oke made at beehive ovens- where such coke is produced. ..Tho maximum price for breeze, shall, be one-ba]£ the price established for blast furnace coke made in bechivo ovenp where such breeze is produced. The maximum price for. coke per ton, f. o. b, cars at ovens for crushed coke over %-in. size produced at any by-product ovea plant shall be the maximum price for rnn of ovens coke pins..50 cents. This shall include all prepared' sizes of clean hard, 'coke over %-in.. size whether crushed or screened mechanically or screened by . hand. The maximum price. per ton f. o. b. cars at ovens for all prepared sizea of clean dry screened coke, under -T4-inJ size shall be $1.00 per ton less than the price for run of ovens made in by-product ovens where such coke is produced; The price per ton for breeze shall be one- ha'if the price ot run of oven coke made in by-product ovens -where such breeze is produced. from. Scottdalc'and Xonnt PJeas- ant Districts; Few From linion- town District; Champion Kan Called is. trying' to: : By the same order the- price'.of gas »bow'.Ihat.'itittH! loyal; .patriotic and'coke ia diBtrictsi.-,wliere' { anthracite i ^n..iu .o. amey-m. .v"""v 1 ""' "·" willing::-women, of. Pennsylvania will, coal IB not obtainable is taefl at?6.00 been'called^'jJjLqcar'Bpard'vNo.'-S to tare 4ust:«.:JittIe in the-use; of .flour, for coke' over %-in. size.;1 'screened . . , b««f,;fats;»nd h i(Ugar; there V!l]:T)fj anv| and. si ageregate' -saving" 5 of ;' '-mUlipiis of! -ed an f.4.5.0.; ' ized about %-in, 56.50; -screen- d sized betn-een'% 'and. %-tn.. j itocal Board for District.Ho.'2 has^' .issued a call'for 47 draftees to appear on Tuesday, July 23, to-be entrained for Camp Lee, .V*. Orders that tie men would Ieaye-at-9i25 o'clock in.the evening ot -that day .were received" at the local board'office yesterday', afternoon, and notices were immediately prepared and sent out. ' The'quota for the No. 2 board in the July 23 contingent is 31.' .The di-altees vrill report at the armory, on Tuesday morning at 10 o'floclr for roll .ca.ll. Thirty-two men to be sent to camp by Local Board No. 5 will also'report. 'The entire increment will board" a special train at me Baltimore Ohio station. On the same special train will be 32 men fronv. District' No. 7, Westmoreland county; who will board the special at Wes't Newton.. . Forty-one draftees from. Westmoreland county, District No. 6, will come t here- from Mount Pleasant and board the special, and Local Board. 'No. i of- Fayette".. county, ·will send'enVfrom Un- ,; ibntowi to board tbe special,,herfe ; { '·"'' David. E. Singo of .Ghamplon, has . appear on Juiy.J23"rat tKe';armory''ibr -. where;.': anthiiicite -''cii'. screened toods:; tlat';Trill :iMtantly; b«- »TiTial^blVfop,;bar£*o(dfeTa;:ln the -is-Tjitarhali field and'our Allies acrosa : the waters, and sized coke above ?i is made the There are three cars in tho train, same as stove anthracite for the same (These are in charge of Roy L. French,! district; rnn of retorts s.-.reened 3rd Company, 1st- Battalion., Lee; . Harry S.. LonB, : :Flying Waco, Tex.; Scott itichter, address unknown. FARM HELP READY Those in Seed of It Hare Only to .as" a bar. to-further prosecution. «.''. Mr.-.Henry'rContendel^ that- the;.motion ot.the defenso,on''ilay T to.quash,-, was a matter of form rather than substance;.'and that the- defense, had not. specified nor : averred that;£ne..rights of Mr. Thompson had been injured'or lngj Tjniqotqwn", rBell phon«"22-i""Tri- prejudiced: ' ' , : · . - - ; . '· TM--''"' ""-'* - - · - . : - - . - - : The : defense, represented in the argument-" by J. E. B. .Cunningham of he Farm Labor Manager. Farm Labor Manager Arnold has issued the following' notice to farmers who arc in need. of help during the harvest, season: "The help is : ready for you when yon i jed it. The chairmen of the different districts have t ' secured a number of volunteer "workers that will spend a' few ..days a week on the farm, and others : are ready when they are needed. " .... . · . " , .:, · ' ; "Call.on the chairman of your dis- Lrict or 735 First National'Bank build- ** . *· -- --. · · " ·-- lieijj. Auc-c«i»iiiiitm nave oecn Harrisburg wio made the p , evious £o this -.time .in your liresz. and W. C. McKeari of Union- ., · · - . . · dress, and W. C. JIcKeari of : Unlpn- town, : :took sharp issue with the prosecution, .'contending: that the motion 'to quaih was a mattsr of substance and not of'form; : that it involved the high- e»t'prerogative'of the-court and that the procedure which the- prosecution had 'elected' to follow: with the .consequent/running; of the statute of limita tlons resulted in embarrassment of the -'gorernmiait through'fault of the prosecution entirely. AdnJral Slau IHrJaratioi Xaae bj Taat Menace of Has Aow Paiwd. By Associated Fremg LONDON July 11--Sincere praise WAMmWTON^July 11-The Ma- ,,, preadent Wilsons leadership In f- --.._ ,... i.j-- . the war anc. his adrocacy ol a-Leagn« tainedf li. HUM, divided a« rbllofrs 1 Killed in aetioB, IS, di*d of -wound*. MYereljr, II. July 11--President today T«(oed the rwoluuon weak; exteiid- In. which the Railroad atioc -mi^ht relin^uiih con- FllM* aoi counted in th* federal C*M»1 raMact Safe. aHlGTON, Julr 11--fiife .ir- »£ at Tckeran ot Oordont Paddock, ,'State* coaiul at Tabriz, wu I t«i«r *T On State IWpart- ot Nation* after the war wag given by Herbert H Asqultb.. 'the former premier, in an address laat night at the National Liberal club: Vice. Admiral Sims, commander of the American naval fprcesi-ii' the war zone, paid tribute to the cooperation of the British and American naViei, and declared: "The submarine menace is now at an end, for we are destroying them faster than the Germans! can build them." Major General Biddie, commander of the Aiaerican forcea in England, evoked long- cheers when he announced that American twopi were station*! at from 7* to HO different points in EaiJaai and Scotlaad. Poise: 'Aftvt BtBdlts. PvAOLA. Kan.,' July 11:--A posse of todiiy were, .patrolling: the banks of the-Marois : :de ;Cygne river near here, awaiting the signal to Tush a large'tract of timber-in- which it: was believed: were "hiding a dozen" men; who late last night-held 1 ', up- 1 a Bouthbbund Missouri.*·:··' Kansas Texas passenger" train atf'Koch,'-just s.onth of Paola;. shot '-three. persons looted;.the'- express and', mail cars' and. made their,: escap? Two Killed In Blast PHILADBLPHIA July ^1 --Two workmen are known to be dead and four others injured in an explosion today at the government arsenal at Frankford, a suburb. Soldier Exee«ted. WACO, Tex July 11--Nat Hoff man, a white soldier, was hanged early today at Camp MacArthur He was coavicted of attacking a school girl laat April, State .604.: 'tet-VnsT. have a few days' notice so we-can^arrange .for your help. The chairmen have been named newspapers." STegllgencc Be»nonslble. Negligence on the. pan oC the foreman of, the -repair, track gang, caused and are accompanied by a number of experts from State college. In one of these, the home economics car, lectures are given from 10 to 12 in .ths morning and from 2 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Tho talks are bright, cheerful, instructive and homelike. The .kitchens are a delight to any woman's heart and arc equipped to show how delicious bread and biscuits and other foods can be prepared with the use of leas wheat flour and the Also, in this car, scores of ways to save money aro brought out, ttnd potatoes and milk take a prominent place In the demonstration. Then there ift another car tliat shows how homo canning.and drying may be made profitable to the housewife. During the past few years the canning of meats, as well as fruits and vegetables, has attracted great interest. How 1 poultry and other products can be canned for future usi in ; palatable form is one of the features, o f . this demonstration. The car is equipped with a complete appliance for drying fruits and vegetables.. : The third car has been fitted up by the United States Pood Administration .and is filled with exhibits and graphic charts to show how necessary It is that tfie people of the I'nltea States conserve supplies of all kinds, of'foods and more particularly wheat, meats, fats and sugar. above K-in., 25 cents less thai stove anthracite; not screened, 75 cents less. . BALTIMORE OHIO- WESTERN MARYLAND WIRES TO BE JOINED STJEEI, GKOTTS. Unfilled Orders on Books 500,000 Tons Above 3Iay Figures. By Associated Press. .. NEW YORK, July 11.-- Unfilled orders of the United States Steel cor- , the accident which ' resulted in the poration on tons, June 29 were 8, MS, 866 according to the .corporation's death of Alfred G Mllle was the ' monthly statement issued today lerd.ct oE the jury follow] ng an n- Tlus * an -""ease of 581,2« ' quest conducted last night by Cor ! eompared with oner ,S. .H. Baum ,at Funoral Director Charles C. Mitchell's parlors-'. Into. | the. young man's death. : Miller .wan killed'.several'weeks 8Eo:in the Baltimore Ohio yards. Seven Boys Arrested. .Charged: with loitering about the streets at night, seven West .Side boys; arrested-by Patrolmen Hetzel. Rendine and Turner at 12.45 o'clock this morning, were .fined $3.50 each this, morning.' .Mayor Duggan told the .boys,-who ranged in age from 17 to-19 years', -.that he intended breaking. :up' .the .practice of night loafing. Partly cloudy tonight and Friday is the itioon' weather forecast lor. Western Pennsylvania. Ttmperatire Bewri. 191S 1917 Maximum 77 78 Minimum 56 62 Mean _ ,57* ^70 The Ybugh nyer fell during the night from 95 feet to 90 feet. rders on Mar 31 Physicians Hold Onfing. The annual outing of the Fayette County Medical society is being held today at the Summit hotel. The day is being- devoted to. outdoor, amusements. Ir.."WV Hamilton Spence of Uniontown, delivered.a. short address to the-physicians; At 1 o'clock a mountain dinner was served. : D«wson Youth Hnrt. Charles Eebold, 19 -years .old, of Dawson, .was injured internally- yes- terday'when, he was caujfct between a mine: car. and a. car'.of timber, in the mines at Fort Hill. · He. was admitted to the .Uniontown hospital for: treatment. In Pershmg Limit Clnb. .Through-an.error the names of Mrs. Worth ..KHpatriclc and Miss,-Eleanor Kilpatricfc;; .were omitted' from . the list of Pershing Limit club members printed yesterday. Mrs. Bendine in Hospital. Mrs B V Hemline of Franklin are nne was, admitted to the Merer hos pitai, Ptttaburg this mornmg for medical treatment entrainment* a .- SoUpwing? ire": the V " ' · ' " ' ' ' Systems, for Operating be ConnwttMl at Greene Junction or West Tough. Work will probably begin immediately on competing the dispatching system of the "\Yestern Maryland, railroad with, that of the Baltimore Ohio . system here. Since the Baltimore Ohio has been operating the "Western Maryland the local oflBces have been'handHng the'work on this end. of the system. To facilitate the ; dispatching of trains it has been requested that the wires of the Western ataryland system be conecte.d -with the Baltimore .. Ohio at the offices here. . . The wires will either be connected at Greene Junction or at West Tough. Under the new system of operation, trains on both the . Conneilsville divisions of the Baltimore Ohio* and Western Maryland railroads will Be. under orders from the local offices. Nothing new ban developed in the Improvements that were to be made at the Western Maryland yards at Fayette. It had be;n planned to jralld a roundhouse at F.ayette, ..together with increasing tho number of tracks In the .yards, buflrefore-nmterial for the *orlt .conld be shipped', there,'.the road was placed under, the operation, of the Baltimore Ohio: At the offices here it is not known.whether the .improvements will be carried through. THOUSANDS VIEW BODY Sew Sorters Pay loving Tribute to Major John Furroj- aUtche!. By Associated Presa NEW; YORK, July 11.--Throughout the : .aiid women representa 1 tlv«-o(. every class in groups and sign- j^ ly filed : p^st, the., flag-draped coffin containing-'the body, of'Major John Purroy -Mltchel,. : Iormer mayor iof New York to pay silent tribute to his .unmeasured loyalty and supreme sacrf3ce. Several: .hours before the. -funeral. procession started for the service -at St Patricks cathedral ( it -«as esti- mated'.th'at 40;000 persons tad. visited city : ball . and hundreds were · still'' in line Condition ImproTea. .There is an; iinproyement today jn the .condition of Mr.: and "Mrs:-Mas Rush, who are b o t h ' i l l - o f ' typhoid fever at. their home'at the: Ohiopyle. house, Ohiopyle. 'Iffijf- Or4eT Effective Monday. Th'e ; new "skip-stop" -oi'der of. the. fuel .administration.will.-.go into, effect-on the..West.Penn Railways system ;Mon'day. · called tor ' " John J.. . Frank J. W«lsh,. Broad Ford. Lewis Boss Madison, Pittsbnrs. Cletis G. Stromc, Connellsville. Baymond B. Ellenberger, Dawaon. Tbomas May, Pittsburg. Ray F. Morris, E/rcrson. Joseph G. Rendine, ConnellsriUd. -Charles. W. Newcomer, R. D.^2, Connellmille. Louis'N. Phelps, Wheeling. W. Va. Roy Kefler, · ConnellsTllle. " Rocco Pezzilio, Van meter. .Jesse R, Richey, PennsviBe, Michael A. Wblak, Bvcrson. Charles L. Sliger, Sootb Connens- ville. ,-. . Harry Clark, Acme. Leroy Clayton Johnston, R. D. 2, Connellsville. Domer R. Brooks", Scbttdaie. Joseph Skerheski, .Star Junction. Harry C. ; Beal, ConneUsrUle. Devito Niminizp, Connellsville. Norman A. James, Fairhope. . · Nick-/Piore, ConneUsvllle; Pail G. Hart, ConneUsviHe. Stephen Kntch, Coimensvllle. Steve G. AmSrisko, South Con-- nellsville. . ; - - : : " . ' " t ' . Ira'R, Palmor, Acme.-. Denton M. Crowley, CotnieftaTHIe. ; John Nickelson, : ConnellSTffle. Elmer G.' Smith,-R;D. 2.'Connellsville. - . Peter Siesky,- R. D. 2, Connellsrltta. Charles Slielke, Connellsville. Irwin M. - Woiford,-- ··Cumberland. Md. Harry Keffer, Dawson. * " ,,;Gharles J. Geary, R.'.D; 2,. Connellsville. ' Louis G.,.ConDllsTine. Hoy P. Monahon, R. D. 2, Connells- Tille.' ; - · . " · . Michael Molliarri, -Connellsririe. · -. Alpino Trentino, Connellsville. Harry' J. Rider, ConnelisviUe. Frank Weimer, Connellsville. William McK. Meeks, .Hagerstown, Md. / Charles F. King, Scottdale, ! Brivalo..Theadpre, ConneUsTQlle. Ralph W. Cover, Connellsville. Edgar-R. Cover; ConnelisviUe.':" John Slachawiski,'.Evers'oi - - DANCE FUND $378 Cross Treasury Enriched Function at Shady GrOTC.'·- sum "of-.J378.92,' after all penses were paid, was realized from the Rei Cross dance .held at Shady .Grove park by Mrs. H. p; : Snyd'e'r and Sllss-Katharine.Frisbee for the benefit ";0f the Conaellsville branch- of' the 'Red Cross ' i '. . Today Mrs. Snyder mailed'a^'check for that amount to ·. T. J. Hopper, chairman, of the Connellsville branch of the Red Cross. : . ' - . , · Births Quadruple Deattis. .' f '' '· Fifty-four births and 13 Seaths dur^. ing:lhe month of June. ar,e showiL..iii . .the.-vital statistics- report submitted this morning '153ss ' Claxa Baker,' deputy. registrar of vital statistics. Ia ConneUsville there were 451 blrthe and 12 deaths. CoaneHsriUe/.town- ship reports'five birUiB and one death; Bulletin township, six Wrtas aod »· ideaihs.

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