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   Charleroi Mail, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1916, Charleroi, Pennsylvania                               You Can Join the Charleroi Savings Trust Company's 1917 as Savings Club Now THE CHAKLEROI MAIL YOL.XTBLXO. WASHINGTON DECEMBER 1916 OXE CENT Well Known North Charleroi Woman Succumbs to Shock Following Op- to be Satur- day. Mrs Barbara aged 52 years _ -m i of the late MatVias Wolff of Rudolph Stiller Of MonOIlga-jXorth Charleroi. died the Memor- hela Operating Smelter on Mexican Side 1 o'clock NOT MOIESIEO BY i i iai hospital a i n. Mrs. Wolff bebnged to a jueH known North Charleroi I having lived m that borough for 17 ears. She came v.-jth hei family Breaks Open Window Wfeile Caretaker is Away This Morning1 And Gets Away ftTith And Other Loot O IN Prof. I. T. of ic in to be in Complete of Contests in Determining and Awards A bold rotbery was performed this Worrell's t-JotVig v.as between S'30 Mr. and Prof. I- T. supervisor of in zhe left McDonald Man The' morning accompanied by his a man single handed broke inij rnd looted the Charleroi club's Purchases eu H 3 _j ..._ o'clock' cobber dug into ipaascr's pocket for Uiica. X. here he is V aluaOie Tract for Opera- i to adjudicate a New Year's day boathouse at the foot of Second a Having secured h's plunder the man piled st into a boat belonging to old Allegheny. Two sons and wo daughters i vive. The sorts tare John and Despite the face that there is at home and the raging all around there is of the boat club and rowed street. Mr. and Mrs. John Worrell away. He landed on the other side of j occupy rooms at the boathouse and the river down stream a short ways stir-. tekecareofit Mre. Worrell left the sod continued down The de- Ray- are at Gehrmg of will be held Monongahela valley boy in a short distance from the border on Charles The funei who goes about se. I Saturday afternoon'at 2 o clock renelv regardless of the fact that home b-v Rev the other Americans in Mexico are j p' often flee for their an Church which MtS- tup evidences of the looting. at C. a member. Interment be in the j Monongahela cemetery- Rudolph Stu-l compelled to lives. This young man is son of Louis Stuler of llononga-. hela. He is general manager of the National Smelter company and his' mines and works are located in the' Chihuahua and Parral where there is almost continuous fighting between the Caranza and Villa j Stuler has about mines and j the smelter plant under his super- vision and though he has never as j yet been he lives in a state of preparedness and always j Claim of has more than a hundred guards duty. His company has provided him with a handsome big touring car so I that he can get about among the var- j A W-a. was to come serting- the boat. He was seen by a fl to find boatman baek of the plate glass but not recognized. The police e-s- teddfod that TO be one of the b'.s- gest events of the year among the Welsh people of the eastern Dasvel will have all ihe v.-ork oi adjudication in charge and upon his word depend the award of large prizes. piano and voice con- tests be conducted. Chorus will be featured. The first event of Entrance was made through a are now on the This is the sec- the eisteddfod will begin Friday wirdovr was broken Whatever robbery of the sort within two j evening. On Sunday a sacred festi- was of aey value in the way of cloth- waeks time. The first occasion was a j a feature. bed clothing and edibles were for the bnrglar who packed in a hurry. Some of Mrs. got but about 50 cents for his trouble us THE II JY DIES AT- Will be Made for George Washington Statue ions but every time he J makes a he is accompanied m ltll .an armed escort or guard of a score PI nlM or more mounted ''armed to the ULHtHI ____ While on the bonier Sergeant Harry Louttlt of ilonongahela visited From coal miner to attorney and John aged 57 died burgess of Umontotrn and then' at his home in Twilight borough Wed- j back to is the experience ofpnesday afternoon at af- Robert D. until recently' ter a brief illness of pnemoma. He I supposed to be financially was well Cnristntas day but on Tues- ent In the last few years reverses 1 day was critically ill. For years he came rapidly and next Friday the' was employed by the Pitcsburg Bail- fozmer a member of road company here as a porter. Sur- the Fayette will go TO _ viving are three sons and one Tvork dn the Kevere name of the W. J.' daughter. The sons are a pri- Rainey He announced his vste in ihe Urited States Cavalry in intention Wednesday. James and William of Char- I The county commissioners have au- Sraler on the side ar.d the sohc-tor to SUlt greatly impressed with the ntagm-l thoseT companies tude of the proposition and the refused to pay the msnr' Compelled to make his living- leroi- .it an early Mr working in the mines near The daughter is Mrs Mary esron- A-half Fair- brother and a sister also survive. The laid aside enough to educate himself and Take up the study of law. at 9 will be held Saturday mom- high mass at For the last 14 the ex- st Jerome's Catholic church. Inter- ception of four years he served burgess. Mr. Warman practiced law Monongahela. will be in St Mary's cemetery. sponsibilrty of tie general superm-1ance clauned due from tnem on in Umontown During that time he Trrecking the purchased about acres of coal ..'_ _ -i -_ _f_____I _ f tendent. Another face in the employ 'count of of the company that was familiar to ra cotta status of GeorEe Washington m Green eotnity the crash in lie visitor was that of C. S. sraces the coSrt hoT1Se icoal came Mr. Wurman formerly foreman of The old Catsburg Fofclle .efforts been 1rtade unable to make a sale or raise Repair He is employed byjthe insurance adjusters to reach ajthe amorjI1t of the taxes. Stuler. settlement At the of the present 'While Sergeant Louttit -was' visit- The county offered to settle for i yeaT Waittnaii resumed his law ing with the mine superintendent the but the adjusters would not but he has decided -he can v v Th ommission- latter received a note from Pancho over The commission- j make more money in the mine Min- ViUa and this brought up a discussion j upon knowledge they have been earning about S50 a about the revolutionist Staler stat- as to the damage done and what ed that he had never been molested t it will cost to replace the and though he did not state the Jt cannot be replaced for less the impression was left that Villa and so they would not agree Ilinr UIPTIHP PC financially interested in the j to a cent less than The insur-1 MAUt VtullfltO Uf Monongahelans are interested in companies represented j Spriggs of J j agreed to settle on the basis j j In the suit for since the 1_____ J county has to go into a 1 J claim for S8.000 dfamages will Horses Taken From Places i made commissioners do not feel j 1......... success of Stuler across the line. WHAT WILL IHREE KSIED HEi OH Renewals Sought by McDon- Donora and West Brownsville Licensees ALL 10 BE FILED The first applications for liquor li- cense year beginning on May 1 next filed the of COUTTS All are for renewals B Frankle and F. A. Thomassey seek renewals of licenses at the and re- at McDonald. Peter N now -proprietor of the At- wood rat West for- merly conducted by William Theaks- tcnr seeks a renewal of the license there. This hotel is owned by J. W Breekenridge of South Brownsville. James 31. PureeH seeks again the Tight to sell liquor at his hotel aT tnown as Highland I Jfext Monday evening at 5 o'clock Arrests of three for kdnappmg asjis the jthm which appli- the result it is said of familv trouble mavJbe flled- were made here Wednesdav and filed this week- East Ohio officer was between 50 and 60 I applications filed. License court will to take the trio back to that city where they are wanted- Those ar- rested were Soloman Leppert and John Leppert and wife. The children alleged to have been kidnapped are two brothers and one sister of Mrs. it is said and the informa- te convened the first Monday in Feb- ruary. Remonstrances and supple- mental petitions mast be filed on or jefoPe the last Monday in January. friendly toward the insurance when it is considered They Were Hitched and Driven to Out of Way Points to be Left That since the new court house has been i built the county has paid about tion is said to have been made by her father. j 000 a vear for insurance and only has ever Two farmers within the past two weeks have either been the victfens of j practical jokers or some -one who i See Theda Bara in ''Romeo and Friday- children adults 15c. Coyle theatre. I wanted a joy ride at Monongahela. can have a nice and S100 good salary if you qualify to do the for damages. _. work. Bookkeeping and Stenography t t i a to A T f I The Comity buildings are rated al-1 TucVman frnm ii- are easily and they lead to j ijacKman was irom waere it most fire proof and insurance on had been hitched and after being opportunity and success. Our meth- od of individual instruction makes your rapid and Join our January 1917. phone or write. Donglas Business 162-t3. Arrested For Drunkenness Charged with drunkenness and dis- conduct William DeiTz ronth of West employed as a barber in Charleroi was arrested Wednesday night by the police. He s alleged to have damaged property while intosncated- ENTERTAINS PIANO PUPILS WITH A them is practically no risk. entertained See Theda Bara in and Juliet'1 children lee. Cc-yle theatre- Mrs. Floyd Chalfant .driven for some time was turnedfher piano paplls and a loose and was later found along the friends at a ner home_ at 310 Toad out Fourth tfcat awfline Wednesdav afternoon McKeesport Paper Raises Price The McKeesport Daily News robe nesday announced that on and af Ter dwtanc. where the animal and buggy found January 1 the price cents a copy instead of one. would be two were located See Theda Bara in and' See Theda Bara in and Friday. children 1 Friday. children 1 adults 15c. Coyle theatre. 162-t and the affair assuming the nature of a Christmas party for them. A brief musical program was rendered. Games were introduced as diversions- Luncheon Trias wife the guests seated aroond the dining table. Christiaas boxes filled J. K. Pres. S. A. Vice Pres. R. H. Cashier. j Our Prosperity Club and Christmas Savings Club are Open JOIN NOW THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK PENNA. Interest Paid ori Savings Accounts Depositary for the State of Pennsylvania Open Saturday Evesjige from attil 9.00 o'clock s loc. Coyie theatre. 162-tS- Trfih caady given favors. Office Supplies Start the New Year right with new office equipment. Complete line of loose leaf led- journals and cost Might's Book Store in Aveila Region SALES MAI FOLLOW A coal deal that v.ill mean much to the mining industry in the county has been closed at Avelia. vritbict the past few weeks in which -Cyrus Ferguson of McDonald purchased about 1400 acres of valuable territory adjoining -he lands of the Rex Carbon Coal company. Mr. Ferguson a short tine ago purchased the Rex Carbon urines. are located just across the- Pennsylvania-West Virginia state line. This mine was opened some time but was not operated very long to financial trouble. The com- pany had among its holdings about -_ acres of coal lands. The additional acres purchas- ed by Mr Ferguson are Brooke county in the Pierce Run section. It is understood that the price paid about per acre. A branch will likely be built the new proposed railroad up crset to the Pierce Run coal taken The ReJE. Carboa mine. Another block of township coal has-been opttorled '5 by at a be per1 acre it Is Tielieved. that the coal business by leaps and bounds in this' during the coming year. _ The of acres of territory in Jefferson by John A. Bell of Carnegie tookf place iast week. The tract consists of farms beginning with the Criss farm and extending south. It on the Panhandle railroad near Hn station and is weH suited forjjper- feti-on. The price was an All employes -of the Champion Coal Washington in dition to free house reat win have per cent added to what they each week if they work SBC JfoH -j shifts. Twenty loaders and Goodman machine cotter Notice Pure Food Products can 6e secured from the following mer- Woodward Lock No. 4. H. H- Dnvall P. Pardini. Paul Ternavsky. Leon DepassL J. Eugene E. Wanthier. Watch this list qnicldy. Steady good Full Frick scale paid. Apply iately Champion Works. Good BaJL J- Havmg grea-rjy surprised the fast going T. GriffitiisP of Pittsburg in two gafcnes on Christmas the St. Jeromes Lycemn five-will meet the strong Pittsburg Products Sat- urday evening 30 on the Ly- ceum floor. Game starts prompt. The preliminary gaaie -will be arrang- ed later to start at prompt. Enchre. Thursday November 2Sth in St. Jercftne's Lyceum at 8 o'clock of St. Rita's home for in- Jfants. Nice favors. Admission 25e. 163-iS. HALLMARK STORE j Perhaps you ate one of the lucky persons vtfco won a sweet winsome young lady this if have us show you our splendid asosrtment of Braoa- Jeti. Loekens which make ideal gifts for that Trill be fjl- appreciated and that are nch and beautiful. Both Phones. JOHN S. Manufacturi ng Jeweler and Optician. 515 McKean Ave.   

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