The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 9, 1918 · Page 8
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April 9, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE BIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEIiSVlUJB, PA. TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1918. A MINERS'REGIMENT IS BEING ORGANIZED FOR DUTY IN FRANCE :la Anuirer to 5en. Pershing's Cull ior Men Who Are Specially Skilled. ENLISTMENT VOLUNTARY Open to Xcn SI. to 41 Tears of Age and to Draftees Who Are Set Seed- ~ti to nil Out Deferred Quotas on last Draft; Sow Being Be«nUed. 4 la answer to the call of Genera] .Pershing for experienced mine work, : crs to serve in France the gorernment ·'feao. authorized the organization of a ·special regiment to be known as the [·27th Engineers, or Jlinin-g .Regiment ! 23aifonal "Army · which is to be raises |'Sj Volunteer enlistment. It-will consist Jiof six companies of 250 men'each, or ·5;i'£oo in all, |; £-Thc regiment is being made up of i* ; 5JScfce(l men -who have had experience k-ant who have demonstrated their skill : ; te mining -work. Those desired in- s;'3uJe both hand and machine drillers, j'yinLuckers. trammers, tlnibermen, min- jif.'.cSs, tracklayers, pumpmen, hoiatmen, tool sharpeners, elec- macainisis, carpenters, snr- ;-. jrerpra, timekeepers, cooks, shift boss- f/|fr£ :mtne 'foremen. and topmen. All £-3Zl*a who Tohmteer for this service |.TMrtH ba enlisted as privates, but those *"'-"· prove qualified -will be made noa- yeeterday on his way to his home in Addison to visit his family. Robert Swan Is visiting Mends in Connellsville. [ CONFLUENCE. April !).---Bryce Pore, son of Mr. and i(rs. D.' H. Pore j left yesterday Ior the Indiana State Normal school -where he will enter for this term. lies. F. C. Rose. Mrs. J. D. Percy and Mrs. Jos. Dixon who were visiting the former's broth r, J. L DaviSj a few days have returned to their home in Connellsville. A. C. Miller oC Berlin who was here installing officers in the I. ; 0. O. F. lodge has returned home after a few flays' visit with Mr. and Mrs. 'William Bum-worth. Mrs. T. K. Thrasher who was very ill, threatened with pneumonia, is able to be out again. Jamas Tannehill of. Beaver Palls, formerly of this place, was a recent visitor hsre with friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tabby lelpect soon to move to Green Spring, "W. Va, John Treutle, and employe of the. Pennsylvania railroad company at ConnelisviUa visited his family nerc over Sunday. Claude Anfcenr of East Pittsurg ta visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ankeny at Harnedsville at present. Mrs. Amos Kurtz of Addison is visiting her son, Lloyd and family here at present. Mrs. L. Ringer left yesterday for Terra Alta, W. Va., where she will visit friends for some time. Miss Josephine ifcKee, the popular music teacher, left yesterday for Berlin, where she teaches a large class in music. ' (Read oar advertisements. commissioned officers. s,-; CWhile most of the wort win be nn- Ijdergroaad the regiment will fce equip jjIMid as infantry- and -trained to fight. Silie work -will consist in tmmeling ^·"aad construction, with plenty of op- : ?-j»rtuniHes, no doubt, to do sonve roal ' -Men Trho are between the ages o£ ! '31 and *1 years can enlist at the neor- jCwt army recruiting station and Till '-"-be provided with, equipment, trans- ,v; pcrtation, and meal allowance and : ; .'be yent to Camp Meade, Md., the mob- f .ilization headQoarters of the regi- f.'insnt Men of the draft age. 21 to 30 v years Inclusive, can make application J.'to" (die Commanding Officer, 27ti 33n- '* gjceers. Camp Meade, for induction in- Jj to the service, sending Trith. their ap- v -pHcatLon a letter from their local , r ,;.*flsrd stating that they are not need?\ed. to fill any- deferred quota for th-e -,i.Jast firaft. · /'CThe pay of men in tils service will " b'e" according to the established sched- .- ules of the United. States Anny tor {.^'service In a foreign country.. Privates twill receive $33 per month; first class ;' : '"Privates, {36.60; buglers. $33; cooks. VfH: wagoners and saddlers, '$40.20; ;:},horscshoere, 544; corporals, ?40.SO; .V: sergeants, stable, mess and supply *"'sergeants, J5L20, first sergeants, $60. /'On'tlie regimetttal non-conHnisstoneQ I "stiff,, master engrneera, senior grade, s-f.receilve $96; junior grade, $S4; regi- I'-V-inefftiJ sergeant major and battalion $60. PARAMOUNT JHEATRE --TODAY-- THOS. H. rNCE PRESENTS 'tt'ILLIAM DESMOND IN "CAPTAIN OF HIS SOUL" TttlANGuE PRODUCTION IN 5 ACTS, ALSO A SELECTED COMEDY. . 1 0 H 0 R R 0 IV BLUEBIRD PRESENTS "HUNGRY EYES" WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST IN 5 ACTS. ALSO A GOOD COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. Dunbar. D. C. Eason tot ·wan paper.--Adf.-- 26mar27t TTlM to Patmnlrc. Merchants who ndrerlLia their good* The Dtily Courier. REMARKABLE CURES TfcMfeful people tell vrtijit MIJ- treatment fc** dove far tfcfm, bat I pabUxli ORPHEUM THEATRE TODAY IS YOUR LAST CHANCE / To See D, TV. Griffith's Colossal Spectacle INTOLERANCE Special Orchestra. Three Shows Today. Matinee, 1.15 and 3.15. Evening, S.13. Matinee. Adults 35c; Children 15c, *ieht. Adults 50c and Me; Children 25c. All Scats Reserved for Evening Perfonnance, All enlisted men. are "furnished -with -food, clothing and medical attendanco vaxjcordtng to army staadards. ?:: ;'::;': ; Confluence. " -. CCSNFL.KEKCE, April S.-- Mrs. E..S. Ekx"wUii.'has returned tram Mt. Clem- .-eas, iiictu "where she had accoctpaa- iod hct^daughter HeJtm, who will take .treatment for rlreinnatiaza. " ;-, · Daisy, the little dandier ot Mr- and Mrs. Harry Watson, Trho has beea sul- Trith. typhoid lever; . J H. M. Datesman is in :oa" buaineais at preaeirt. T Mr. and 3JCra. Harry Brown and i-'UtU« son, -who have b*en visiting p^fricnd« here several months has re?" turned to their home 3n Detroit. f '· Isaac Cottcwui visited his sister, J- Mrs. OrviUe FQte, here a couple ot ? : d»ya last ·w.eek wtiile enroote to his Ti borne at . Unioito*rn from Washing- ?·'. ion, D. C. I : HJS Gveiidolyn Eicher has return- -·; ed to' hw hom'e at 5\rt HCi after vis- ;,- itmg friends here a few days. . ?·;··' -Howard "Wright, soperlntendeiit of '·'.' stxto roads at SomCTset, -was here nn. n. 'W. M»CKEXZTE. J*llt»fctu-|r Spectallat. If you are troubled with blood, ncrvft t and skin diseases, perhaps have given ! up hope of relief, 914 cares you qutcfc. My advices will be entirely frne. I ·will give an expert opinion, -which 1n confidentJaJ. Second to none In the country. 1 I as« the latent and roost scientific methods »nd medicines. My SUCCORS has been remrkahle in the most stubborn casr-s of botii men and women. KpllepNy* St. Vltv» 4*Me«v k^ntcHcMl COUTHInlOMHt xmdl all form* trlironlc* WKAKXESS OP MEAT. Varicocele-Hydrocole and rupture treated without pain and no detention from, business. IF YOTT HATTC HhevmatUnn.. skin scrofula, ear, eye, ooae, throat, blood poison, lung; heart, stomach liver , kidney or bladder troubles; or If you hare wiy of the foUowtng: DlxcineBs. ireaknees. loss of mftmory, spots floatlnfr before the eyes .dull disheartened mind, lack, of energy, mpvauanesa, constipation, COME TO WE, If I treat your case cba.rfjes i ·will he reasonable, everything 1 .strictly conn- dential ment. . and the meat possible treat- EACJI Yomr Hoimc Tom OJTLT. tkc Day. 7TEW STAG HOTEL, 5. Flttabmtc St. Conn B*vni » A. W. to » P. M. SOISSON THEATRE THREE DAYS--STARTEVG MONDAY 3TATIXEE E. W. Borman Presents CHESTER BISHOP PLAYERS In a Sew Scenic Production of the Rural Comedy "The Minister's Wife" By Margaret Strayer Jones. MATOTEES MOSTDAT, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. TRICES: Matinees, lOe »nd 20c. Jfjghts, 15c, 25e and 35c. THREE DAYS--STARTING THURSDAY SIGHT Bertha 31. Qay's Greatest Lore Story / "BORA THORls'E" The Sweetest Story Ever Told. INSTITUTIONS OF CITY EQUAL TO ANY IN THIS PART OF KEYSTONE STATE COFHOJL,§¥II3LL3S B S Our commercial and civic organisa- tions, our merchants and manufacturers and our religious organizations are trying Lo build conditions which will make patrons for our city, and one of the greatest prablems arising is how to make conditions that will make permanent patrons for the things which our city has to offer. People are not drawn to cities by accident. Something must''be there to attract them. So it is in the matter of buying in Conneilsville. It must ·be made a£ljp.ctm. Our .people generally recognize that we have one of the best school. systems la the state;, that we have transportation Ia,i:ilities surpassed by few other towns in tiie state; that we have very favorablo ind'Uttrial conditions; that we have fine cfaurces with wide a-wxdie church societies; .that we bare cheap dKiLrie power and fuel, and desiraluo labor ooad-itions; that ·we have a £ood home town and a Teal civic spirit, but how m«uy or our po- I pte realize that we have home merchants and liome industries that are tire equal of any and surpassed by none in towns o£ like size? OonnellGville inustrres canaot produce, neither can CouneUsviile merchants Ejupply all tho things that are consumed within the city--bat why go · elsewhere for what can be furnished I right at our door, and if it must be ordered why not have our local merchants order it for you? The local rnerchant^ deserve patronage of 'local peop-le "and The Courier deserves a chance to bid on your job work. Liberty Bonds Today! Liberty Boys and Liberty Bonds will help make this world a more decent place to live in. Every week or so we see American troops march away--and not all of them will return. Just how many DO return depends in a large measure upon the Bonds we buy to support them. See That Every Member of Your Family Owns at Least One Bond Stout Women Can Wear Fashionable Apparel A welcome assertion to those who have nqt yet learned that we specialize in scientifically designed apparel for stout women. Every garment is made on correct proportioned measurements, incorporating every fashion departure that is adaptable, to full'figures. Many stout women are experiencing a new satisfaction in dress since wearing Wright-Metzler stylish stout apparel. New Wool Dress Goods for Dresses, Suits and Coats Fashion calls for simple lines. So beauty and distinction, must come from tie fabric. We had this in mind when choosing our Dress Goods. Color can lend distinction. So can quality. So can design. If these are wrong, noUiing can make the dress right. But they are not wrong here. No fabric or color is missing that fashion demands. \o price is missing for inexpensive or costly wear. Many Attractive New Styles in Choice of Silk or Wool Women's.Sweaters were never more delightfully attractive--more beautifully fashioned-nor shown in-such artistic color combinations. This is the time when every woman and girl needs one the most--and we don't believe anyone will be without one who sees this charming collection and realizes how surprisingly reasoaable prices are. Betty Wales Dresses for Misses and Women A Beautiful Siiowing at $19.75 to $35 Women informed on fashions will need no introduction to these famous Dresses which became so popular for young girls that mothers and older sisters demanded similar styles for--themselves--and got them. · · ' Betty Wales Dresses are shown in a. variety of smart and seasonable materials, prettily trimmed, and in just the right shades. · If you haven't seen this collection, do so at once, for we've already found it necessary to re-order on certain of the most popular models. Styles You'll Like Prices You'll Like --The famous "Wirthniore" and "Wei- worth" Waists in organdy and voile, plain and fancy trimmed, at $1.00 and $2.00. --White Voile Waists with neat lace trimmings, at $2.50 to $3-98. --Plain and barred Taffetas, in all new novelty shades, at $3.75 and $3.95. --Exquisite style in georgette crepe in plain white and novelty shades--both light and dark. Some have very smart beaded trimmings and are fashioned with convertible collars, -while others are quite plain. Prices S3.75 to $19.75. Collars and Sets--The Choice of Fashionable Women --Dainty Vestees of net, trimmed xvith val lace, at $1.00 to 82.50. --Satin Collars of extra quality in new shapes and shades for suits and coats, at S1.-25 to $4.00. --Collars and Sets of imported Swiss, in a choice selection of new styles. Collars at 50c to $3.50. Sets at 50c to $5.50. --Pique Collar and Cuff Sets for Tailored Suits, at 7ac to $1.50. --Pique Collar and Cuff Sets for tailored Suits, at 75c to $1.50. --New Filet Collars, at 75c to S1.50. Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What Yea Spend--Save Them. Big 15c Matinee Daily at 2:30. Evening Shows at 7:30 and 9:15. --WTvDSESDAX Ai'D I'HUKSDAY-- MEESEREAU'S SUBMARINE GIRLS In tie Pretty Musical Comedy "HOTEL DE ROYAL" On Uie Screen--"Vengeance and tie Woman." Today--"Election day in Splivensville;" Charlie Chaplin on Clean, Progressive Amusement for the Whole Family. FEATtjEETG. Simmie Meyers Conncllsville's Own Funny Fellow --and the-- PARAMOUNT COMEDY SIJfGKG FOUH. "CASEY" JONES IS REVELING IN THE SIGHTS OF ITALY Continued from Pago One. "Wie fly constantly, except during the extremely lot hours of iho day ivlien the air is too 'lumpy.' I expect to pass the test for tho Italian Eagle, a beautiful insignia. (A latter letter states that "Casey" has passed this test.) "I must tell you that while in Rome ' I stood on the spot where Caesar -was -- -- [killed and saw the places where Marc Herculaneum. "We did not stay long (Anthony and other Romans disting- at Naples. I expect to spend Ihe week | uis!ied themselves in (he days of long end there next week. I ago. "This camp is wonderCul. no less so "I can hardly -wait until I pet to I than the meals furnished by the | doing real work over the lines, as I Italian soldiers. Our hill of fare con- |feo! sucli confidence in myself. 1 am IVant JIolp! Then use our classified colnmn. Results will follow. Patronize tf'0?e who advertise. need to come to the U. S. A. for EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE AT HOME. Strictly; Fresh, Clean and Pure. ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CLUB BREAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNER. "Our Pantries Are Delicious Be- habitants. but the sanitary conditions i i NEX T DOOR TO VTEST PENN - J · - - ' ' * · - WAITING ROOM. spaghetti supper, ^'e have brick bar- racs iron beds, sheets and so on. The'weather is fine. Today we are having weather' similar to the hot dnys of July in Pennsylvania, bonie- ^ u . ^...^ ,*. J l v u i tu t nv e a times I thinlc it must be all a dream, cool off so we have all decided to' but I always hope I will not awaken close our letters and pick some from it. [oranges." light-weight clothes I can flnd. This town has a population of 80,000 inhabitants, but the sanitary conditions i \ were sadly neglected in-building it. ' t ~ "Our time Is near to take a dip to i i,. Want Ads--1 Cent a Word. .. ,-^-. --/

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