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Charleroi Mail, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1918, Charleroi, Pennsylvania See William S. Hart at the Coyle Thefftre Tomorrow in Blazes Rawden MAIL Children IQe Adults lac VOL. IT1LL NO. 223. WASHINGTON CO.' 'JIIt ONE CENT Can Be for Lecture to be Given Friday Afternoon ADDING TO ITS LINE OF ACTIVITIES. The of the best commercial bodies in the valley is to its activities by i .tug up lines of Re-1 tc-nily its added two new j one to be known as War doors of the high school audi- r.nd the other as Transportation. It. WILL OPEN AI7 P. M. toriarn will be opened this evening' is the purpose of the organization to i for ihe accommoda- j ..o-opemte with the eminent in I tion of tnose wishing to attend the lecture to be given by Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis. The committee charge of the arrangements wish again emphasize the already made that no tickets will bej sold at the door this as the j capacity of the auditorium has roady been disposed of. j if there are any ticket holders who wish to defer hearing Ei. Hillis m this great they can have the opportunity of attend- ing Friday afternoon at 3 as all lines of work and ihese two new j are expected to find j in plenty of work upon which EO expend enerey. 1 11 uwu I The County I Dr. Hillis will deliver the same lecture j through their has .filed an in the high school auditorium at affidavit of defense to the second suit and their tickets will be good of 0. Evans sealer of OF KVTEsroR 'Unless They Have GAS TO BE HIGHER. Contracts Cars Are Not and Equitable' o _ i_ j frt. _ ui A iifitf. each of whttn obtains. i .1 iit.ii of its supply in this sec- j tion of Wctehineton have filtd the Public Service Commission Harrisburg a new tariff of races the supply of natural as to be- effective April first. The withdraws all regular industrial A Many of the wagon 11 lues and provides that industrial ser- have been active in this section of Uu.e will be furnished only under'the valley ever since the abnormal lEFlRIH LEAGUE for admission Tickets for the Fri- day afternoon lecture are now on and can be obtained from the secre- tary of the Red Cross Chapter at any- time before Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interest in the lecture increases as the time for its delivery approach- es. Members of the committee were importuned many times both yester- day and today by out-of-town people wished to attend the lecture tliis but it was impossible accommodate them. They were told that no -were available for this but that accommo- dations could be provided Friday afternoon. The is requested to hsar in mind that no tickets are available for the lecture this bat that tickets can be procured for Friday when Dr. Hillis -will give the same place- same lecture at the mm m. mm Collector C. G. Lewellyn has given oct the following statement for the information of tife On account of the great amount of work devolving upon the office of the Collector of Internal Revenue in con- nection with the collection of Income the Internal Revenue depart- ment has decided to depart from the long established custom of giving receipts for all payments of tax. Receipts will be given without re- quest for all cash payments of In- and Excess Profits -Tax made at time of filing but when weights and measures. The allega- ttons of the plaintiff are admitted as trr-e and in further answer it is set forth that the county commissioners approved the salaryclaim of theplain- tiffi The connmisisoners say they are advised and believe that the county controller has no valid reason for re- fusing the claim. The county commisisoners further aver that their answer is made after a full investigation of all the matters sel forth in a letter dated Febru- ary addressed to them signed by T. J. Underwood. It is set forth that the controller's letter contains no allegations that any 'of the- scales used by the merchants named were not nor that any of said merchants us- ing false or fraudulent scales and and the only complaint DR. NEWSLL I'WIGHT HILLIS Soeaks in the High Auditorium this evening on German Musi Be Registered and Enrolled in Order to Vote at a rate higher Demand for coal are either industrial rates. shut down are doing but very _____________ owing to the enformemenr 1 tfci- priority orders by the t rnuriagement of the railroads. Formerly the operators of t ...fi Hfii n n X I 1 II' roines could secure j IV IIUw.ll llnLLI made quite a scramble 'at i f jat the same time A Rally of the Epworth Leagues M keep their active of the ilonongahela Sub-District will t-on. during In bj held in the ilethodist ehurdti enforcement' of i on March order has practically shut manX at tihich time a good program mines off from an-tr presented. Officers of the district an- suppir. unless they had con ticipate a large turnout from the coal was used in factories Chapters and a banner plants manufacturing In order to participate in the pri- If you are qualified to vote at the niary election all voters must be reg- election m and have istered and enrolled as to party tot since moved into another voting S you are qualified'to parti- ference. _ ___ _ _ In the boroughs and townships in the primary election to be and jmt are the days the assessors registered last or being register- be at the polls hetween the hours ed moved into another voting pre- OT 10 a. m and 3 p. and 6 p. m.' cinct. you maj- register on the days and 9 p. for the purpose of enter- indicated. mg the names of all those now en-1 Assessors for the various precincts rolled or permitting voters to change this section of county their party preference. Do not enroll are as as a give a party WMV rm. 1 found that the sealer of Tne requires the county commissioners to sappJj toe register assessor with blanks for zbe which blanks can be filled out in advance of the indicated and when can be turned over to the assessor at the polls March 19th or 20th. Charelrol Urban E. Kutt B. Keeves. Charlefoi F. Acker Charlevoi Pardoe Charleroi. W. Snyder l-a'iowfeld. 1st. Samuel Earl 3rd. HX Emerson. be given to the League having the largest attendance. Arrangements have been made to serve lunch to those who go direct to the ment monitions. Some of the owners-'of have from their work. The program as arranged by the committee is as fol- lows- fc Song weights and measures is not per- forming his duties to the satisfac- tion of the county controller. The defendants are advised and believe-that the county controller has no authority to intervene and inter- fere with the duties the sealer of weights and measuress. The county rasognize the fact that J. Underwood as an has the and not as county to make complaint to the proper author- ities concerning the performance or ncn-performance of the dirties of any ies L. Davidson that a continuation t former ordinance met with so much. Afternoon at p.m. Service. Music. Address Miss Mary Secondary Department Round Mr. Osborne. Music. Benediction. SOCIAL H OUR Evening sesion at p.m. Praise service J. W. Laight. HoU Call. Special music Monongahela Chap- ter. jority feature be TereSae they be alloyed to .again supply of cars but this has not been hut t hree jtAYETTE COUNTY FOOD AGENT WARNS BAKERS MONESSEX DRAFT NEW GARBAGE ORDINANCE Two bakeries in Fayette iloaessen council will draft a reported to be baking floor new garbage to take the without mixing have place of one recently passed and sent been warned by Food Director Char- to the Burgess for his signature. The public and .treating his com- munication as such. the board of county commissioners made a thor- ough investigation of all the matters contained in said and failed to find anything contained therein that would justify them in discharg- of the practice would result in dras- Apposition from the people that it tic action. The offending bakers -was deemed advisable to recall it are said to have as their the Burgess and proceed to en- son for violating the their inability to secure act a new one. i 01 ce. This -will be done at George Parkins- Benediction. GOOD ROOMS AVAILABLE IX D. C. Tlie United States Civil Service Commission has noticed the heads of business colleges and other education- al Institutions that members of any of their classes who wish to take ex- aminations for entry into the service of the for positions at Cni smaHer or -wagon manes. able to get cars under having with panics wliieh are doing ___ work or shipping to munitions where shells and other army supplies are being manufactured. It ii the coal market is active and the de- mand for coal is just as great as but for the time being at least of the smaller operators will wait for more favorable conditions before they can ship products to customers. any of thefc COLLEGE YEA1T WILL CLOSE MAT Itrtfc It was announced hi chapel at Washington and Jefferson Colleger oo Wednesday thatthe collegeyear close on the 10th of May. The fae- week made a recommenda- tion to the Board of Trustees the term close the -24th of bwt Inasmuch as ail bakers were given' extended notice of the substitute. ANCHOR CLASS TO ppyment is made by draft ing. or reducing m the said seal- Food Director MEET WITH MRS CORWIN money receipt will not be'cr of weights and and af- told them that lack of substitutes j unless it is requested by ter considering all the matters could not be accepted as a substitute. Mrs. Carl Corwm will entertain taTCpayer. cornection with said complaint Anchor class and the Knitting A -ftrtA J aTlrt TiTlJin 1 J.T__-nr__j. It is believed taxpayers will missed the same the Aux- Washington but who are dubious as later it was determined that if ro securing suitable home acommoda- large proportion of the tions. need have no fear on that score would agree to engage in some form. The room registration office of the of war -work the closing time j District of Columbia Council of De- forward two Tweeks- A jfepse. now in operation at 1321 -New tionnaire was presented to the sttt- w-JYcrk N. dents Tuesday morning in order P C is conducted under the auspices ascertain their sentiments sod the- of the United States result was that almost every student qoes- lize that where payments are made' approved the warrant in payment of by check or money the' the salary due- remittance is sufficient evidence of pavment of the tax and -win not re- See Doerzbacher's for quest 414 Fallowfield avenue. 223-tS Majestic Theatre Today Special Attraction DOROTHY in A Jewel Production Victor running for United ihary of the First Christian Slates Senator on the Socialist ticket _ at her home on Crest avenue recall the American troops day evening. France. Victor is probably' work. Every possible assistance will be giv- agreed to engage in some form oJE en by the office in the matter of secnr- iug living accommodations for gov-' employes. from hunting some good place to be intern- Onion sets at Doerzbacher's. ed jFallowfield avenue. The or phase of the- candidates for Assembly will be an. _. of Browns- feature in the ville. was a business caller in Char- election. Apparently aspirants must be on one side or the other- 22S-t3 THE DAY'FOfc ECONOMY IS NOW No one can prophesy accorateU j'lat whit trie hrure hol forth so it behooves each and everj one of os to SAVE An at ibis bank is an excfllcnt and gna an- reed investment and pays 4 per cent The first National Bank ah We are very anxious to let you in on a good thing. No doubt your Son or Bro- ther is spending money for Tobacco or Cigars every day that you are not getting any re- turn from. We want you to get a share in his Smoking Habit. We give United Cigar Coupons with every cent that is spent at our Cigar Counter. Why should not you insist on him buying here and get the Coupons which have a 6 to 8 cent value on a redeemable in beautiful and useful premiums J. Haydn Claybaugh Coyle Theatre CHARLES RAY. in u MOTHER'S Norma Talmadge 'The Missing M .i MIGHT'S BOOK STORE f Call at Schafer's and see our M Large Assortment of Army Watches Prices from to i a fc i i. John B. Schafer- 515 McKean Ave. Pa.
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