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   Charleroi Mail, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1916, Charleroi, Pennsylvania                               J. H. BOWERS SON 6th Charleroi. Lawrence Paint Preserves and Beautifies THE CHAKLEROI VOL. XVL NO. 264. WASHINGTON PA. APRIL 22. 1916. ONE CENT o Wage Statements Bring Controversy hi Pittsburg i Coal Operations s PRICES TO 25 ILL eo mm flffl mm WASHINGTON MAN TO DEMONSTRATE ATTACK DeLloyd Thompson to Descend Upon Simi- larly to the Way in Which He Descended During Week on New York Y TO BE UT OF Ml OF S fflUIBED No Shortage Hens Dealers Done A srreuk of a sheei fiame an ear-spIUing- ir.te.-- v. the roar uf ii ILL that ht-nild bom- En the rear future by De Lloyd city 7 oVK-irk iailt-J to away Vi i his first ha-1 v.r.-.-xed. He rnakt- the flight vhen the authorities a permit he slipped Knowledge un'..i with a crash that mm mm mm PEOPLE m m sun vmm Solemn Services Arranged in Commemoration of Res- surrection of Christ Lut E. S Coyle Upturns From New York iii-.bbiit Hi-covered mm Miners Claim There Has Been Maintain There tias Been no Reduction of Though Same Wages Remain Unchanged. Six mi.ies of the Piusburg Coal ari suspended along the 3Ionongalieia valley temporarily pending a_n adjustment ci the run of Follow the ur.proce-ienteJ the daring whose brought the crowds on Broadway to cuction by the hens of Western Pt-ni- sylvanra eggs areselling in the Pitrj- burg markets at -5 cents a the lowest known at Easter in many years. Ir is stated that the unbooked for output of the hens was caused by the favorable weather of the last six The output has been so the dealers that were it not for h-jme Ij iu the county seat ami who reduced Xew York from the air Wednesday night before even the authorities v. ere aware that he had appeared. burst over the WooSwcrth bulUIi'.g. Bathed in a sheet of the white and gold structure seemed to band slowly to- wards the street and like a ed to 20 cents a dozen. The price -_ drop after Easter it is predicted. miine v.-aire following objections Easter demand eggs would be down filed bv miners when statements were issued Thursday and Friday. mines -are thg Alice. Fayc-tte City. Sunnyside and GalLa- It 'is ly the miners that their '.vsgre statements w-ere is- sued in the r.ev.- run of mine bssis vf an The as they it relates to the rate of pay as applied to a cer- tain class of chiefly outside men. It is asserted that an increase is paid in accordance with April 1 agreement and that thsre is a -others. an 'up-river official it is rsrplain- that by the nexv basis of pay there is no but as things -work out the pay of some miners re- It is anticipated that an adjustment Tvill be reached within the -course of a few days and the miners return -to Tvork -agam. Some trouble was iia- expected in installing rhg -run Xo one will know when the aero- piece of paper crumble to the nuut to come to Philadelphia. Liki a thief in the night he will slin out cf his hangar on Governor's Island make a dash for the city and while the inhabitants still are asleep will ence P. Wynne rain high shells upon it. His of Pennsylvania. is to shov.- the ease with which the city could be pelted with destructive bombs. utes to demonstrate til.IT it iUciici an and other pavement the tomb fcr thousands of non-combatants. That he will come to Philadelphia unheralded was announced by Clar- of the Aero Club In the same way he attacked the big buildings of Xe'.v York he will descend upon the City the Land Title the R. 3. owner ana manager of the Coyle has from Xew York city where he spent a week brushing up on moving pic- ture work and enjoying a visit at metropolis. Among others he mo- was iliss Blanche Babbitt formerly of Charleroi who is now engasrad theatrical v. 3Iiss Babbitt receiv- ed injuries recently in a wreck In which v-vo gashes cut in hsr face. However she is not marked. He also met the former jliss Cheer- ful Willcughby of Hcr.or.gahcls. wLj is married and living on Staten Island. A personage of much note in the could crush the most important city. iarge structures hi this Coyle introduced -.vas Francis X. rhe movie actor. wmim mm mmsw mm Edifice Planned bj Directors for Pigeon Creek Town The social committee of the Senior Christian Endeavor of the First Pres- byterian church is making elaborate Services in keeping with the ter season have been mucb. enjoyed. by the many have attended the Washington Avenue church SITE IS nUGIMLT SELECTEfl At a special meeCnig -of the school board at Bentleyv'Sle -a location for a new school building was decided of mine system of pay and it to uuon and plans for tther erection of an avoid this that 90 days time was -ask- J eight room brick structure were ap- ed for-arranging the system. In -some proved. W. J. Wilson and LIB. Richardson who had been appointed to look into the reported that four sites had been examined and prices obtain- ed upon each- After much discussion it was unanimously -determined to purchase the property of Mrs. French ______ j.at the corner of Main street Pittsburg road. The lot runs A large many 'whom across an alley sepproximatelv -were oT the were present J240 feet and will make an ideal loca- Priday evening to hear Rev. William tion for a schooL Hogg jTR-ach- an interesting SBcl j It is the intention of board to tical sermon on j sell the building at Acme and erect a The singing was spirited and a large eight room building on rendered special nrasie. j the French property. Tie work will Sunday will close a series of special pushed so that the new school 'for a country fair to _ __ the last week. The incidents .be held Thursday evening Apnl in the church. There will be such iri- teresfrag features as a bables'' to be judged by Dr. H. Messrs W. C. Clark and a poultry show in care of Mis Mabel Orang'fi lery operated EcEfb. Hop- kins. Among the prizes offered are of the Lord during His last week have been gone over minutely and portrayed in graphic fashion. Last' evening scenes' in Passion week were i studied in the great paintings such as Hoffman's in and Return From by Schmalz. A sunrise prayer meeting Richard Owens Caught Un- der Fall of Slate in Ves- ta No. 3 Workings those the largest family has been aranged for Easter morn- the test and every pair of ing and at the morning preaching will be a declamatory hour the choir will render the rmines this was but in others it is being worked out _ i m B. KB OH BUBBF twins. There contest open to little girls under 12 and singing over 12. Dr. H. J. Caught in 3 fall of coal in the above Roscoe day Eichard 33 J. SL Smith and Dr. J. W. Hunter man. Elaborate decorations will give three-minute speeches been planned by the sewing circle topics .appropriate the the of .country fair on timely occasion contest lists sr5H xemain open until the hour for the fair to begin. and boys Not In the evening the fl persons annual musical program will be Dr.. under the direction of John F. Bow_ was probably fatally injured. Ho ical m removed to a hospital. Owens was at work when without warning coal let from the pinning him under- neath. He was hurriedly pulled from Resurrection Sermons to be Predictions Fair and .Millinery tc Be Oat In Full Variety. In Easter day one of the most glor- ious religious festivals of the year be observed tomorrow in the churches of Charleroi and in all churches of Christendom in commemoration of the resurrection of Christ. In all local churches elaborate programs have bean arranged. Special Easter mus- ic and special Easter sermons will fea- ture the general observance. Representing as it tioes nope Christendom t he date emphasizes the beginning of spring from a millinery point of view. Easter comes late thifr but it will be all the more con- spicuous because of- the finery it wfll bring- of in rhe event of good weather. The weather predic- tion is for cool weather and fair. The eastertide observance virtually started on Holy though most churches observed in some man- ner the entire Passion week. Solemn services were held on both Thursday and Friday and at some churches this morning leading up to the ter celebration. All churches have prepared special musical programs. Among the moafc elaborate celebrations -will be at Sfc. Jerome's Catholic church where the- Tessurection wfll be celebrated wiQfe.. mass at 9 and in morning. At the o'clock maas. a male choir under direction of Ed- ward Wheeler will render music. the First Presbyterian church tomor--. row evening a cantata will be ed and the annual Easter classic mas-- Sunday evening at the Washington Presbyterian church. Special near others feature the Methodist Episcopal m m Die M sin pie CHAiHEil TENOR IS SOLOIST FOR CANTATA J under the load and given first aid i treatment. Then he was removed to his home where physicians started to with him. He is reported to be internally injured. Chester C. Humphries -Assists in I Owens is married and h as seven Rendition At Shadyside Presbyter-1 children. He was born in North ian Church at Pittsbnrg i Wales and has been a miner for 35 church program. The same will ap- ply at Christ Lutheran church where senior and junior choirs will At the First Christian church Easter anthems will be sung. A good program Continued on Page three. services. An effort will be made in the Sunday school service to bring be ready for occupancy by the opening of the term in the fall. I Both Tommy O'Eourke Dick DeSanders will have a group of fans .with them tonight when they meet in I the rink at the Charleroi Boxing Chester C. Humphries the well known Charleroi tenor was the tenor i soloist for the cantata Olivet' many young-people to a decision for has been considerate dissen- club's show at the rink. That their Ito Ivlaunder which ih i 11 A i nv A _ j _ TY____t____ Christ. 'The-pastor will preach a ser- j-sion over the and at vanon at to Eastarjone time one of the members of the and a special self-denial offering for' board resigned and court had to ap- fxnnskms wUl lifted. Two adult point his successor. The present bible class delegations wfll board consists of Dr. A. N. -the evening the Good Wdl' I. B. vice Bible of vyoung men taught by W. J. W. D. Pollock -said the Men's Bible S. J. treasurer and R. A. Notice to Coal Dealers t Sealed proposals for furnishing IS was thousand bushels more or less of run Stop Paying Kent A chance to buy two containing 5 rooms and bath. atttl balance paid as rent. In- j quire 708 Mail office. 260-ttf bout wffl be a hard one i given at the Shadyside Presbyterian of mine coal will be received by the question. Both men have been dili- I charch Friday evening. The Shady- Board of Directors of the School Dis- I _T J _ _ f _ A- f J-1. _ v I class of the M. E. church. IBLES COSTBStJ WAR SUPPLY EXHAUSTED Johnston. am u HOLDS Him mm or THE CLUB The fiwJ meeting of the year was The advancing of ink leather and gloe has shot skyward the prices of as well as other books. The American Bible society announces that the stock of Bibles m held at the Athene club Friday after- European languages imported noon at the .home of Mrs. E. E. Piper Germany prior to the .beginning of ion Fifth stxeet. The meeting -took the war is now approaching exhaus- J social form fancy work was di- tion and the society not know' version. The program committee to when it can be j arrange the jppgram for the enseing gently working in an effort to put i themselves in first-class condition for j their meeting and the mill will be one j calculated to please. The preliminaries are of such. na- ture as to attract attention. Young Sharkey and Joe Lup of lie Pitts- burg district wfll come togetiber in the semi finaL In the first show Ho- mer McDermott of- New Eagle and Tony French of Charleroi wfll battle only in the opener trill appear J. K. free. 8 A. Vice Proa. R. H. Caehier DONT LET ANOTHER WEEK PASS BEFORE you start an account with the First National Bank of Charleroi. It will give you confidence in the present and you to establish a habit which will be so to you as you grow older. Per Cent.Interest Paid on Open if torn 140 Until f tor the Pincho of Charleroi and Kid Aleck of Dunlevy. year was appointed by the the committee to consist of Mrs. Ed- win Mrs.'V. P. Mrs. J. Clive Voorbis. Enos and Mrs. C. S. Van side choir is composed of Miss Mary trict of the Borough of Charleroi nn- til 8 o'clock. Tuesday evening Mayi 1916. The coal cellars of the sev-1 Miss Rose Chester -C. tenor and I. Kay eral school buildings are to be filled were assisted by JMiss Lucille during the summer vacation and Terrell of the Sixth U. P. other coal necessary shall be Helen Helner the JDast Lib- ed as needed during the winter term etty Presbyterian Walter of at the same price. f Earnest of the East Liberty Presby- tezian church and John R. Roberts of .the Third Presbyteriaaa church. Mr. j Humphries was m good voice and was J commended for his work. Mrs.' Isabelte Dorbritz and Joseph of CharJeroi attend- ed the .service. Dr. T. M. Secretary of Board. 264-t4 Deed Recorded. March et Charleroi to William P. Char- a lot fronting 31.15 feet on Place your order for Easter cut Shady Charleroi and extend flowers now. Kinder Floral Com- back 1267.24 consideration FallowfieM PROGRAM FOR NEXT WEEK. j Bertha Kalich Have and To Mae Murray t Great Mabel Taliferro FRDDAY Little i Advance in Mary Pickford SATURDAY Big Variety Program Coming May 264-tl KARA LINEN One of Eaton High Grade Writing Papers. Pound Box....................................30c package.........................lOc Might's Book Store PRICE Will buy Gents' 12 size open face watch. 15 jewel movement and 20 year case. 17 jewel adjusted in 25 year case JOHN B. SCHAFER Manufacturing Jeweler Both 515 McKean   

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