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   Courier, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1905, Connellsville, Pennsylvania                               VOL. 3, NO. 271, EIGHT PACES. CONNELLSVILLE, PA., WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1 9O5. PRICE, ONE CENT. STATE NOTIFIED OF MRS. SMITH'S DEATH. Register and Recorder Logan Rush Tells Auditor Genera! of Her Demise and Absence of a Will. ESTATE WILL CO TO STATE Unless a Will Is Found or Blood Kin- dred Are for Will Has So Far Proved Fruitless. Administrator to Be Appointed. CONFIRMATION. Big Class at Slavish Catholic Church in New Haven. One of the largest-classes in the his- tory of the Xew Haven Slavish Clitirch was confirmed tnis morning by r.t. Rev. Regis Canevin, bishop of the Plttsburg diocese of the Calholic Church. The class was composed of 228 males and 191 females. An interesting situation has de- Elaborate services marked this rare veloped in Payotte county recently event. Mrs. B. P. Wallace rendered as the result of frenzied efforts of j the music that was given during the attorneys and others to notify the i services. Bishop Canevin was ussLst- State officials ot the death of the late I oil by a number of priests from Con- Bertha R. Smith and of the fact that, nellsvllle and vicinity, as well as sev- so far as is known, she died intes-1 era! from Westmoreland and Allegheny tale. An Act of Assembly provides counties. There were three ij'asters that the first person -who notifies the of ceremonies, namely, Rev. John Gay Auditor General of. such a death re-1 of Charleroi, Rev. Adalbert Kozincy ceives from three to five per cent of ot Braddock and Rev. DeSabato of the escheating estate. The estate of j Connellsville. The benediction was Mrs. Smith is estimated at delivered by the Rt. Rev. M. A. Lainb- Th9 percentage would therefore be j ing of Scottdale. Rev. V. Bamibka of ISSUED YEAR BOOK. SEEING STEEL CITY. Woman's Culture Club Is to Study Shakespeare This Winter. Tlie Woman's Culture Club has is- n sued its year book tor the coming Pennsylvania Editors Koyal- yeur. This year the club is to study Shakespeare, Modern Its first meeting is dated for Monday evening, October 2. Tho club will meet oil al- ternate Mor.dajs at 7.30 o'clock in the club room of the Carnegie Free Libra- ry. The names of the officers are giv- en on the second page of the pamph- ly Welcomed by Pitts- burg Business Men. TAKING IN ALL SIGHTS let. Little business will be transacted at iheir first meeting. The- address will lie one of Hie interesting features of the meeting. The club has a membership ot SI active mem- bers, nine members, and one honorary member. The1 following top- ics will lie discussed during the year: OetobtM- lii, October "The .Merchant of Novem- ber "Tho Merchant of November 27, December j 11. January S, "As You Like January 'J2, Fob-i ..Speeches of Welcome, Luncheon, Trolley Ride and Entertainment at Exposition and Luna Park Occupy First Day Business Begins Today. something over Last Friday evening Register Re- corder Logan Rush and H. M. Kep- hart -went to Harrisbuvs and liv. Rush notified the Auditor General. It is understood from Harrisburg that this was the first notification. Since then a well known Conneilsvillo at- torney went to Harrisburg for the same purpose and several Uniontown people have been active towards the same end. It is not doubted, how- ever, that Mr. Rush's notification has the prior claim. It is properly wit- nessed and is in. the right form as prescribed by the Act of Assembly. So far the search for a will among the late Mrs. Smith's effects has been fruitless. Neither have any papers indicating the provisions of a will been found. Any of the creditors of the estate can be appointed -adminis- trator. Some action in this matter probably time. bo taken in a short OLD HOME WEEK. McKeesport was the cross bearer. The others assisting Bishop Canevin. besides Rev. E. E. Golllioff, were Rov. Frank Januscbeck of South Side, Pitts- burg; Rev. chares .landa of New Sa- lem; Rev. Jaros -Tantla of Homestead; Rev. Edward Kitx of Donora; Rev. P. Trikasky, Allegheny county; Rev. D'Znbay of Leisenring, and Rev. Lorlk of Conuollsvilio. At 3 o'clock this afternoon Bishop Canevin will leave over the Pittsburg Lake Brie railroad for Star Junction, where they will administer confirma- tion at the Church of St. John the Bap- tist. They will return to New Haven for supper with. Rev. Golluoff. They will then go to Dunbar, tthere they will administer confirmation tomorrow. Harrisburg to Have Great Celebration Beginning October 2. HalTisbnrg, Sept. jMext Sunday this city will begin one 'of the most unique demonstrations in the history ot Pennsylvania munici- palities, when an old home celebra- tion will begin. Originally a home coming and reunion of Harrisburgers it has expanded into a jollification in which the people of contiguous coun- ties will participate and thousands of j visitors are expected from all parts ol the State. The city is being gorgeously decorated with flags, bunt- ing, arches, courts ot honor and thousands of electric lights. The celebration begins Sunday with special services and reunions in all of the churches of tha city. Monday, October 2, the celebration will be in- augurated in speeches by Governor Pennypacker, Tvlayor Gross and other distinguished gentlemen. Parades, concerts, carnivals and general jollifi- cation will keep the visitors busy dur- ing the remainder of the week. NEW BIG CONCERN. William Ramsey General Manager of Extensive Collieries. General Manager Ramsey, of the Weaver Coal Coke Company, whose extensive collieries are located at Knoxville, Tcnn., and who also rep- resents the Fall River collieries al Totin., has a company capitalized at. iu develop over acres of anthracite coal lands recently purchased by the Weaver company. Mr. Ramsey moved his family to Kno.xville and will -personally superintend tho work. Mr. Ramsey is a son of the late Mor- ris Ramsey of Mt. Pleasant. After his father's death 12 years ago tho son took control of the plants at Mol-ewoorl and Standard and prved an efficient manager. He has been largely iden- tified with the developing of coal in- terests in the South for several years and is fast becoming a millionaire. He is known as one of H. C. Frick's as- sociates in many big enterprises. Piueburg. Sept. tnirry- third annual convention of the P-enn- syivania State Editorial association j with a ruception at the Hotel j Scln-irtcy at 1 m., at which Mayor Hays of was present n his shot the chistos. in his chateau, got in'.o the Old Shoo, dan red In tho Fact, dirl anything and everything thnm was fo do at Luna. At the PlttBburjj Expo- sition Croat ore1 compelled the most entrancing of mi'slc. Today's inc'udos, in the mnrning, a business Cession at the Schonldy- Atuong the addresses sohuduleti is one uy Jonu K. Farr, of the Scranton Truih. on "The Associa- tion. Its Fast and Fiuure Busiuesa nt at tors will occupy tho time of tho members until the hincnpon hour. While iho mrrn'oLTs are talking busi- ness women the jiarty wiH bo an automnhilu ride throuijh tlic parks and boulevards. In tho a'ter- nrxDn evurybtniy jibnnnl the Ifciauri Queen for an np-Mononsa- hela ride as g'u'sis of John F. Klein. Tho trip will as far up the r.vor as E Tho banquot will follow In overling at thn Sehonloy. very elaborate r.ifinu has bopn arraTirjod ror the innT man. while the of reason will have arjple attention. IIGED SIGNATURES TO THREE CHECKS. Smooth Stranger Used the Names of Prominent Business Men on the Paper He Had Cashed. CHILDREN'S PARTY BALL PLAYERS COMING May 14. "Siiakespcare." Tliu ofilcors HKI I'luh lira fill lows: ProskU'-.u, Dr. Virginia Bulier- moro: viuo pn'Mik-nLS. Mrs. Margaret McCuilocli Hill. Dr. K'tluTiiiu (U'ld; recording Eluabelh convsponding tary, Miss Anna P.onnell Day; urcr. Jennie KrUlH-c Cans. Miss Anna Hunnell Day. lirtilh Lowly Kerr and Mrs. fieri rmli> lii.-hop Young constitute the program cuum'.U'.ee. EMMETT CLUB BALL i the Associated Press of Pitisbur.c. CoJ. C'oiiiielly WL'Icomod the doN'gatos U) PiPb'Lurs In behalf ol thf nn-n. ami introduced City Holi- cUor M'. B. Hodgers. who spoke for Vmjor Hays. A. N'evin 1'omeroy. the Pennsylvania State To Uniontown Next Month ar- Guests of Henry G. Johnston and Others. and McGaun am! Second Dayman Gilbert, both of the York Xatfonnl Loam, ,11 pay Ki'typt cuum y a vi.ik at'er ihi- olo-iL- of tin1 ball sta-.iw. Mr. .M Kin mi is EI warm ijursorjal t'rii.-'nd of H.-nry G. .loliu.'.on. t'io lirownsvill C, i r LIA i lintel man, and lir k-ft for Pittsburg Given by Mrs. A. A. Straub at Smith House Tuesday. Mrs. A. A. Straub entertained at a olultlreun' party Tuesday afternoon at tho Smith House in honor of her daughter Elizabeth's 7th birthday. The affair was marked by many pretty appointments. Tho afternoon was s-pent Ln various games until (i o'clock when a handsomely appointed dinner was served in tha spacious dining room of iho hotel. The table decora- Uons were especially pretty, cut flow- ers and .silk flags being used. In the center of the table was a large birth- day cake, in which was placed seven cuudlos denoting the age of the hon- oj guest. One of the features of the dinner was a large .lack Homer pie, which contained a favor for each miebl. Ribbons were attached to each favor ami placed at each place. The guosts pulled the rib boas and won tlu-ir favor. Small silk flags and paper cans were placed at each place as favors. One- oC rhe amusing feat- ures of the afternoon was a Foxy Grandpa game. A large picture of was hung on the wall each guest was blindfolded and LEFT TOWH WITH THE COIH. Two Men Were Caught in Charlerol Passing Bad Checks and One May Be the Man Who Operated in Con- nellsville. The THtor? eif P'tss- bnrq liuvp Ot'lopatfd to llie duly ftn-1 tho of >vui to th-> r-ospIiaKioa of HIP city in the world Aii'l. R-i I am not a newspaper pub- Kjvcn a cap to pin on the picture. The I Tin with "W. C. McCormick and WiIH.iin So-irirht. to _nialip __ "earno afforded "much amubemeut for children. ThOftO present were Pauline Miller, Gretchio and Htrmna Huttlemaier, Irjlm and Martha Van Gorder, Delores his ball player in HiowuHviUu and the muun- Arrangem-r.tc for the Big Event on October 17. Thu CnniEiituo mi .Arrangements for the graiul I'nT'.'naJnniutit :md ball to bo givt-n by tl.i- llobrrt Kin met 1 Club of Coniu'llsvillo on iho 17th of October, reports an 1 sale of foi iho Xuth- j ing hris occurred, or is to oc- cur, to mur hrHH.uit of and all rnorry a marriage bf -11. M'.- A n na .M ulty of Trotler, the brilliant reciter. Miss Minnlo Dublin of IHJ sweet 1st: and Mr. Sam Cn'rhov of Ni'W Haven, thn mm u u-no.-, hriM- bwn .idd'M to the retrain. Tickets ;vvo on at .Inhn H. Doyle's confectionary and store. Main street, war tlu- Through (he kindness of Jh-1 oiiicers nf tho Por.ii Railways Company lato cars will bo run tt> Punb.ir, Un- ntown, Evfrt-on. Sooitdalo and Mt. Ionian t. leavhig entertain- ment hall at 1 A. M. 1 Clark. Scottdale: Pit'.sburg; Mary Dorothy Straub, Atkinson, They will probably set fo I'nicmtown I'shur. in an editorial cap.v j about Octobor iMli. .tfter the close of 1 with Pcnn- j ,ilo brric.- lo bo playrd in w YorK Mary AIino K.vl.-ania jourralism cor years i pennant winners of the j and Katharine Patterson and I'M able and AnuTicau Donald Kurtz, ol town. ervrjr'.-iHc inVi''-- wil1 bo joined bo by X. Can'. William Sftiright, C. MtCormirk and Henry C. -luhn- sion Thc-y oxpr-ct to h'niL on Patrick farm lor about fh o Jays. CORN ROAST With Potatoes on the Side in East End Tuesday. One of the enjoyable serial events of the season was a corn and potato roast hold Tuesday evening at Eust End Acre Gardens by Mrs. Lymun j Stricter and Mrs. William Gllchriat Caught Between Cars on P. R. R. at in honor of H- G- Guynn of Banning BRAKEMAN HURT. Lemont Monday. Alonzo Jacobs, a brakeman on the .Pennsylvania railroad, was caught be- tween two freight cars at Lemont Mon- day evening and suffered a fracture or the right arm above the el bow and some cuts about his face and hands, as well as bad bruises on the body. It is not yet known whether he suffered internal injuries. He was taken to the Uniontown hospital. He is a son of "Willarni Ja- cobs. SENTENCE COURT. H Will Ee Held at Uniontown on Fri- day Morning. With the close of the York's Run murder trial at 5 o'clock Monday morning the September session of criminal court came to an end. Sen- tence court will be held Friday morn- ing at 9 o'f-lock. Judge Umbel left Monday evening for Washington to hold court for Judge Taylor, who as- sisted at Uniontown last week. Meeting of Redstone Presbytery. A meeting of Redstone Presbytery o'f the Presbyterian Church is being held at New Salem. The meeting, which is the annual fall one, began on Tuesday afternoon and it will be con- cluded today. Rov. W. A. Edie, pastor of the Connellsville Presbyterian Church, is attending the meeting. Uniontown Firemen's Day. The business houses of Uniontown will close their doors to the purchas- ing public on Thursday and taka a day off to celebrate Firemen's Day, which will bo held under the auspices oi the Uniontown department. Elks Social Session. The House Committee of the ElHs Home will give n social scsaioa tomor- row evening at the Elks Home on Bast Main street.., A fine program of music and, other things has teen, arranged. Station. Dancing was also one of the princi- pal amusements of the evening, music being furnished by Lyman S trickier. Over 100 quests were present, about 50 being present from Connellsville. Daniel Patrick O'Hara. Daniel Patrick O'Hara, Infant son of Martin and Anna -O'Hara, died Mon- day at his home, No. 515 York avenue, aged months and one week. The funeral will take place Wednesday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Interment in St. Joseph's Cemetery. No School on South Side. No school was held iu the room in iran i found anywhere- Pittstaurg World's Workshop, Yen are all and, us sous of this sj'.k-niiid empire with an of   tlio Tough river tins inorninu. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER Tendered Mr. and Mrs. Wills Dull at Christian Church. Mr. and .Mrs. Willis Dull wero ten- dered a miscellaneous shower Tues- day evening. The affair was held In tho chapel of tho Christian church, and was arranged by the Christian EmUMvor Society of the Christian church. Mi. aud Mrs. Dnll wero tho reci- pients of many costly and useful pres- ents. Light refreshments were served by the members of tlie society. Married at Cumberland. i Joseph M. Gallagher and Elsie A. i Hammond, Johubtown: William Burlc- and Pleasant A. Hite, llyndman: Richard Wright and Deborah Lloyd, hldenliorn; .T. C. .Moser, SmithQeld, Ad'.u B. Wilson, Falrchance; R. C. McCoubrlo and Anna I. Scott, Alle- gheny; Orvilie S. Kregar, Kingwood, aud Ella Kuos, Humbert, were mar- ried at Cumberland, Md. Met of Police Rottler is working on -he case. Mr. Bufano's clerk, -wno cashed tho bogus checks, is a reliable young Ital- ian who has been with him for a num- ber of years, and it was only the sup- nosed endorsement of Mr. Marietta, that caused him to cash the checks. A dispatch to the morning papers from Charleroi will likely throw some light on the identity of the man who forged the checks here. The dispatch says: "The police today arrested two men for attempting to pass a less check at the First National Bank. The men gave their names as C. E. Miller of Greensburg and Charles Baker of West Virginia. "Baker approached Cashier R. H. Rush this afternoon with a check on the Second National Bank of Union- town, payable to Harry Williains and signed by J. G. Bans. It was indorsed by W. H. Coles, proprietor of the Hotel this city. The cashier was suspicious, and while questioning tha man sent an employe of the bank to lock the street door. Baker made a dash for the street, with Sir. Rush, al- ter him. Baker was joined outside by Miller. The two men managed to out- strip Hush, but were caught by Daniel Anderson, who held them until assist- ance came. "The men tried to get away from Anderson by- offering him bnt they found he could not be-bought. They are now being held at the city lockup. It was understood this even- ing that their right names are "Benny" James of Uniontown and Harry Keller of Greensburg." May Use Coal. The American Sheet Tin Plato Company's plants at Scottdale maj' use coal instead of gas this winter for} fuel. The company has a mine Scottdalo mill No. 1. Mrs. John R. Porter, ot Green returned tills niurniny: lo resuian his studies at Kiskimimnas College, at i Saltsburg. Pa. Another Heavy Frost. There was another heavy frost in i I the Yougli region this morning. I Dr. Atkinson's Mother Very III. .Mrs. Atkinson of If. R Luna Park Freo to Editors. vikmson of very ill The very best th.i n Luna part of. LlL homo poniisville. fe-cil frtjF to (KlHovs IniL ninht N'ol a penny of n.oncv No New.Ccises at Hospital. No have been received at tlie Cottage State hospital since 1 etterday. was required to coe ail fhat was going this latest and most lirillifint of Pittsbui-g amusement resorts. The Mrs. Simpson Entertains. "Mrs. A. M. Simpson entertained vtiy pleasantly at her home on Rob- bins street Tuesday evening. Varlovv were tho amusement of the until a lato hour v.'iieu a dniniy luncheon wan served. There 15 gnrsis present. Noon Weather Bulletin. Partly elondy and warmer' tonight; Thursday fair and warmer, is the noon weather forecast. MADE GOOD COLLECTIONS. George B. Brown Turns in Taxes for First Sixty Days. Tax Collector George B. Brown to- day made returns to Borongh Treas- urer I. W.. Rutter and to Treasurer W. S. ScUencU of tho School Board. To the borough he paid over To tho School Board was turned over. Theso collections were for tha first sixty days ending September 9. The treasurers say the showing is an ex- ceptionally good one. Mr. Brown's office is kept open regularly and ha attributes much his success in. malt- ing collections to this. STRUCK COAL. The Republic Coke Company Get It at 488 Feet. Coal has been reached in the air shaft at the plant ot the Republic Coke Company in. Redstone tovmskip at a depth of 488 feet. The company is building 400 ovens and have splen- did facilities for securing the finest kind of stone right on their grounds. Their main shaft was completed some time ago to a depth of 503 feet.   

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