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   Charleroi Mail, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1916, Charleroi, Pennsylvania                               THE OHARIjEROI MAIL VOL. XVII. XO. 143. WASHINGTON DECEMBER 1916. ONE CENT Several Cars In Damage Slight CRAM HCH GOAL Mill liOUfiH Memorial Service Toinor- 1 Iy Touch High Record of Will Pack Books for Keep- ing Until Municipal Building is Ready AT MEETING row at School Auditorium IIITEE COMES Previous Month The public reading rooms in the Odd Fellows' building on Fifth street and Washington avenue will be given up the public library but the movement for a better public li- brary will not be dropped by any means. This was decided at the meet- ing of interested ones Friday evening in the reading rooms. In the plan for the proposed sew municipal build-ng to be erected probably theeomlng year a room is to be set aside for a library and rest Tooms provided. Plans will be laid for the proper utilization of this space the agrement 01 the borough and of making the public li- Irary and strong and better instira- tition than ever. The school board also is said to be planning for a pub- lic library in the new high school addition on the bjll. The books owned by ihe public li- brary will be securely packed away for the Automobile aceiaents numer-lMusic Will be Feature of November Shipments Near- cus if not serious Friday afterenoon The most serious of all was one at the toner of Fifth street and Wash- ii.prton avenue. Morris Coulter of a local garage was testing a car ite rt.pixi.ft.il sifid Uus ilirixJvU Up Fllttl street at a grood speed. Alexander- Sutherland in a Ford approached fiom Fourth street on Washington avenue. The Ford rammed into the larger Regal car and the both went to the curb. Both were damaged but neither driver hurt. On Fallowfield Spridek driving a track for the Charleroi Lum- Suffragists Adopt Plans For the It ear mm TO One of the best memorial programs November coal shipments through ever arranged has been prepared by Lock No. 4 came within an ace of Charleroi lodge No. B. P. O. Elks couching for their public service Sunday af-1 accordin avenue just helow sireet John Hugus in rounding Washington avenue into Fifth street blew our a tire and his car skidded against j curb. At Sixth an unknown car crashed into the rear end of a de- livery the owner of which could not be learned. Damage was slight. the high mark of October to the report of Lockmas- fcernoon at the high school ter James Sweeney. Coal passing The service will be in through the lock totaled tion of ths five -who died during the bushels The October shipment was Fred W. Dr. Edward E bushels. PJars were adopted in Bart for pvitles the coming year of the Char- 1 suffrage organization at u meeting of several ardent suffragists _.. _ at the home of Mrs. H. w. Tweed on Several Distncts Interested avenue Friday evenine n -in j Airtingements were made for hegm- Ziltfhng ihestudy of civic course first Tuesday in when the next meeting will be held. Not a complete organization was but permanent officers will be named at the next meeting. Mrs. I'it t- IL LU Dt lit in Charleroi Sunday Howard George E. Nickel and George Rylands. Music will Dr. j Following is the report given out by F- Loekmaster Down stream 418. steamers boats be with the and barges other crafts same popular soloists who appeared' coal bush pis. 1 rim her fcr the Elks at their memorial service board merchandise 355 lase year. They will live 28 passen- Miss Ethel gers 27 Up 406. J soprano and Warren j -teamers boats and barges i with Miss May Earth as pianist and i other crafts iron products 104 j accompanist. Mr. Vaughan will sing j sand gravel two solo numbers and two 000 stone 175 cubic be rendered by Miss Barth timber lumber j 3Ir. Kinder. The invocation and ben- j board merchandise 325 tons.large ediction will be given by John hve stock 25 passengers 1. Lyons. j The rainfall for the month was 219 Samuel B. Hare of Altoerna inches. wfll he the speaker of j afternoon. He was secured flC Itror lit BUIl Tweed is Charleroi chairman by vir- tue of appointment by Mrs. Edwii' the county chairman. Mrs. who was the only one from Charleroi to attend the state woman suffrage convntion at Wphamsport thelatter of made a report of TK-aat was done there. i FlfiE HNRTMEIT lOf FiiE it Rill The fire department was called out this afternoon at about 2.30 to ans- wer a call sent in from Box 42 on Tenth street and Shady avenue. Sev- eral shingles on a roof of a nouse occupied by foreigners canght fire from a chimney but the flames were extinguished before the arrival of the company. No damage other than the destruction of n couple of shingles was .done. County in Tffenty-Foiirth the instrumentality of former ft BfflRUPTCK FILED I nor John K. who is expected. District Does Not Great- ly Change Figures ASSEMBLES I to be present to attend the services. I The eulogy will be br W. Gaut. Opening memorial services will' conducted ruler Walton Sharpnack. j m n. s. HIRT BY JOE mm Pursuant to the provisions of a law passed in Civil war return judges from Lawrence and Washington counties comprising the 24th congressional met Fri- day in the prothonotary's office in the courthouse at to count the soldier votes cast on November 7 for congressman from the district. The counting consisting of F D- Hart of Beaver Charles E. Mehard of Lawrence and Joe W. former postmaster appeared in the TJnit- Members of the memorial commit- I v i _ ed States Court at Pittsburg Friday in charge of the program mT i -TT- -r.- i_ t -r. m j and asked for a voluntary petition in George W. Ewiug B. _ Nathan W. H. Atkins and Escr workine- INITIAL DANCE OF bankruptcy. It was set forth in the petition that his debts would total i about assets of about I j In the petition there are some inter- esting figures that will show that pol- Paul G. Former High School and Miss Holyfield Sunday school -workers from Char- Bent- leyville and Monongaheli districts tomorrow will convene in Charleroi a mid-year conference that will be second in importance to the annual county Sunday school convention. ternoon session will be conducted at the First Christian church m charge j of W. S. president of the Sunday school association. In the evening various Sunday school 1 themes will be treated from the var- j ious pulpits. Departmental conferences will Ve I features of the afternoon meeting at' the First Christian church the 'following persons as Miss j Frances HEonongaJie l mentaryj Charles S. WILL LIVE IN j burg Dr. J. Miss Jennie H. i Miss Kathenne Mrs. W. C. temper-. Prof. H. H. J teacher Rev. _C. L. ___ _ Announcements have been receiv- rural. The devotions'. _ ed hereof the marriage Friday at cf the afternoon will be conducted ly JSTew Castle of Miss Erma Cuzme Rev. William Hogg of Speers. Holyfield formerly of Charleroi Chief among the T- Paul Thomas Landis of Ohio. out-of-town Rev event performed at the home of the M. Woodfin of St Lfitrist officiating clergyman. After5 the a temperance Harry Dttnlap the couple departed for Lima of prommenfc-as teacher will live. They wiH be at a men's Rev. L. McKee Tof home after January 1 at 1706 Lake- worker among foreign itics cut a large figure in the financial wood that city. people and Charles S. Donley of Can- embarrassment of Mr. Martin. The bnde is the daughter of Mr. oiisburg. Rev. WoodfinrViE fit lin linTniffinTIIU ntntT he Tras a for and C C. former at Christ Lutheran Mr. Bun- J uUIIJ nUILTliinini tltHI lost out by a few votes aBd residents. They moved to lap at the Methodist Episcopal rf The election he spent over S2.-'Xew Castle about one year ago. Mr. Rev C. McKee -will-giro j 200. Part of this amount yet remains in petition Frances Class Meets. The Frances Willard class of the fh-st Methodist church of this place -tvas entertained at the home of Miss Rodgers in FallowSeld town- ship Friday evening. The session was a regular meeting and a varied of entertainment was taken -up. A luncheon was served to the guests by the hostess. Friday evening was the date of the Kirk Wrenshall of this found initial dance held under the that everal dollors are that the b allots of the voters of the of the Viking club of Charleroi. credited to election and campaign ex- district with national guard regi- Might's auditorium was the scene of j rnents on the Mexican border made but little difference in the standings of the candidates. cover event which was one of the most j lection sDccessful mid-winter dances ever conducted locally. Over ninety and the kept piling while to bepaid on the principal to Dr. Henry W. winning the'from nearby points along the valley jkeeD note satisfied. Notice seat in ivas victorious by a' as well as from various places in plurality of votes over W. J. western part of the state were pres-' FORMER CHARLEROI WOMAN ent. DDES IN STATEN' The auditorium was artistically dee-1 orated with the club Mue Word has been of the Mellon of the Democratic nominee. Of were on theWasbington party ticket. Pure Food Products can secured from the following mer- Woodward Lock No. 4. a. H- Buvall P. PardinL Ternavsky. Leon Depassi. J. Leroy- Eugene Sauce. E. Demarco. F. Wanthier. Watch this list grow. Tlterewere five tickets in the the white. A neat arrangement of death of Mrs. P. F. Austin in New Prohibitionist and Socialist parties ferns and the like added York on Friday November from a being- represented by J- B. Smith and W. E. Ramsey. The' She is sur- furnished complication of orchestra. William H. vived by three Mrs. Beav 6.653 398 464 512 733 j 594 ber of selections with the orchestral Mrs. William Kenny of New York and Bandied in excellent Mrs. William Carmicael of Stateu Is- ness. The nrasic _ the Jenkins revised figures for the three counties j a local vocalist sang a num- j liam A residing in Wash. W 692 D .......7.048 S P Landis formerly was a teacher of the steroptieon lecture at 'the MegesScT Charleroi high school and it was theatre and Mr. Donley will speak-at he was teaching here that the the First Presbyterian church on'sec- couple met. Later he completed a' ondary division activities. Ait law course at the University of Mich- French Presbyterian church elemen- and entered business in and missionary problems wiU fee He is associated there with a real es-' discussed by Mps Frances Cooper of tate firm doing a prosperous business. Monongahela aad Miss Katherine His bnde is a high school graduate. She is a member of the Charleroi Bachelor Girls' dab and as such dur- ing her resident in Charleroi was leader of the younger social set. IONIAN CLUB OF BELLE Gough of Mononganela. Rev. E. pastor will speak on adtdi Bible class work at the First a tian church and Rev. John E. j pastor on teacher training -xt the First chnrcb and John R. pastor on VERNON GIVES DANCE training work at the Washington Avenue Presbyterian church. The Ionian club of young men of j Belle Vernon held ifs first Come up and register for our JjeatL- dance Friday night in Taggarfs tiful before they are alT hall Belle Vernon. A large number of gone. H- jeweler and optician The 520 Fallowfield dance enthusiasts were present. program ________ was jGet the by making your selection of Christmas diamonds and jewelry at Porter's Jewelry the store with the street clock. 502 Fallow-field avenue. tier. A program of twenty dances land. Three grandchildren are was ran from 9 o'clock until 2. Clifford Kenny and i The Viking club dances will be held 1 Austin Carmichael. One brother lives at separate seasons of the vear end'at Funeral to make the occasion one of the Favorites Are Victors. have been taken up in manner'vices were conducted from the home Brightest events of the season at the The Charleroi Favorites football that the Student club dances were'oi her Mrs. Canmchael of committee con- team defeated theElco eleven here held during last year which have Staten New Thursday in an interesting contest Don't take the leaving. Come now been judged among the most enter-'York. 3frs. Austin was formerly a Carney Allen Rmgler Clair staged at the Charleroi Athletic park and make your Christmas gift selec- taining ever attempted by any of the' resident of Belle Vemon and Franfc 12 to 7. tions in diamonds set of the valley. Most of leroi. 'PeTTT' Peter Dam1' Jobn PerTy' Ho' ._.... jn and j younger set of the cut glass and the members are from various col-j china-ware at Porter's Jewelry J leges and universities and novel ef- Warren Tre-w EeallsviUe is 502 FallowSeld avenue. j f ects were naturally derived and hi-' spending the week end with his par- j on page foruV J nts of Crest avenue. i bert Clegg and Michael Bendie. J. K. Pres. S. A. Vice Pres. E. E. Cashier. Your Dollars Should be Active Yes. it is important to keep year dollars active if you wish ttam to grow and accumulate to a good sized fund. Pat them where they are and will increase at by depositing them to your credit with us. Your account is invited. Interest Paid on Savings Accounts Depositary for the State of Pennsylvania Open Satnrday Evenutga Irom until o'clock TOYLAND OPEN Largest display in town. Prices as low as with a few exceptions. MIGHT'S BOOK STORE -1 The Ladies of the First Christiain church wiffl hold a bazaar and iake Miss Mary Conrad of Burgetts- sale in the Sunday school room of the town is visiting at the home 01 Miss church Friday and Deceia- Esther Dreyer on McKean avenue. her 8 and 9. HALL HARK STORE Were you born in the winter month _ If you were you should have some piece of jewefcy with your in it Here you will find a wide assortment of Gold La Scarf Pins. We invite you to drop in and see wejhave regardless of whether you come to buy or not. John B. Schafer Manufacturing Jew Both Phones   

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