The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 12, 1918 · Page 3
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April 12, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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, APRIL 12, 1918 THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVUiE, J-A. PAGE THESE. MAGNATES BROUGHT ON HEAVY EXPENSES High Cost «f Major League Ban ' "o Fault of Players. OWIMT* Form«d Habit of 8pm* ln« Mon«y L!k« Sailor* on Shore LMV* for Stars of Gum-- Alw Built FIr» Park*. / The hli* cent of baseball, as It mp- 'JUe« to the major league* I« being «Jt more heavily than ever before by tt« men -who control the game Tier. hu been a great Seal of di»- 'Mtiataetton expressed by some of the cJoh owners over the expense of run »!»« a big league ban dub for the part three or foor years, but since Oncle Ss.Trael tossed liSs cjiapean Into *fc» bl« ring it has grown stronger. let, In reality, the magnates have UtUe leeway to yelp, for with the ex__ ejptlon of adverse Influence caused by "me Federal league they arc alone to blame for the fact that operating major league clubs costs like sixty. The players are not responsible for the fact that the club owners formed a habit of spending money like sailors on shore leave for the stars of the game They are not to blame because certain ctabs or club owners were wlll- lof to pay big, fat salaries to their Iwmdllnera. And it Is no fault of the player that he has come to expect these things in the big show Baseball has grown to be the great- eat of sports. It is the most popular pastime and recreation of the Amerl can public, and the mags have made It what it is They hnve made It a strictly commercialized sport that in very much in demand, and as In any other business, the club owner who makes the biggest hit with his public Is the one who gets the gravy. There hasn t been a major league ball park built within recent years that was not built t3 accommodate a ·world's series crowd. That is the aim of every club -- to gtt into a world's series. But fine parks, high salaries and spirited bidding for the services of the stars of the diamond are tho work of tie club owners alone, so why should they yelp* . jBaseball is a red blooded sport and a coldblooded business It has been built up to a standard level and it must be kept there So n hat's the use of the magnate ouchlng over the high cost of It? He doesn't lead the worst life in the world by a whole lot. WINS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP FROM WOMEN IN FLORIDA * Sterling golf that simply could not be beaten won the UP omen's championship of the state of Florida for Miss'Ethel Campbell- of Philadelphia She output ted her rivals, and she outdrove them Her same was superior in every way, so she bad comparatively Httlc trouble m winning the championship Thli photo was taken after she had condud ed the final round of the match Miss Campbell s golf in the South this sen son has been altogether sensational She has iiad few bad days, and her average has been extremely high. Spencer May Not Return Report comes from Santa Clara Cal M u here Catcher Ed Spencer of Detroit Is acting coach of the college tean? tha' he has about decided to stay on rh* coast this season Stpancer Is quoted as siying he would Hkt to hai e the management of one of tbe Independent teams playing in California ud that if he sett it he will quit the Tifen. Syme. Retain* Titte. ' The contest for the amateur chant- plon«hlp of England, under the management of the Billiards association, ;nded m a Ylctory for Lieut J Graham Symes who won a year ago H« plajred only one game defending hi« title against E S Bonrne, who warn th* tournament. DRIVE mmst Rub Musterole on Forehea* and Temples A t««rW remedy withoat the dan- of "headache medicine." Kehevei . and that miserable feeling frooi cokk or congestion. And it acts it once! Kuteiole ia a clean, white ointment. nude with oil of mustard Better than a omtard plaster and does sot btaJer (ted only externally, acU in no va^cai H affect stomach and heart, 23 some, internal medicmes do. Excellent for sore throat, fcnacsatt% croon stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, co» geafcoo, pleurisy, rheumatism, aH pains and aches of the back ipnua, for» muscles, bruises, c trotted feel; coldi of the chest (it -Jftea areveats pneumonia*. We and 60c jars; actnttal «be *£!» Goods held --~ for future delivery. Savings range from IO% to 35% Lower Prices for Larger Values That's what's bringing the crowds to Aaron's -- and that's why more Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves and Homefumishings have been sold at Aaron's during this Anniversary Sale than most other stores sell during an entire year. And it's this tremendous volume of business that makes possible the low prices that always prevail. Anniversary Sale Ends Tuesday That means there's only Saturday, Monday and Tuesday left for you to enjoy these Birthday prices. Don't put it off -- come in nov/ -- the additional 10% to 35% savings that now prevail make values that will never again be presented to you. To accommodate all, this store will be open Saturday till 9.30 P. M. and Monday till 8 P. M. Now is the Time to Buy Rugs! Because during this Anniversary Sale Period you can. buy the high quaht} Aaroa Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums at practically the same prices that prevailed two years ago Don't ^ait--come in now--values like these will never again be offered to you S1S.OO 9x12 Seamless fibre Rug ' $1 ft Sale Price .. «P-Ll/. $37.50 9\12 Seamless Axminster Bug:--Parlor, Library and Bed Room Patterns, 7C . I O $25.00 9x12 Wool-Faced Seamless Tapestry Brnssells Price S55-00 9x12 IVhittall's high grade Body Bras- sells Rug, AnniTersarj- Sale Price Sale Price $3.1.50 9x12 High Grade Wool-Face Seamless {Tapestry Brussels , Rug-, Sale Price Connellsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 Save 10% to 35% on Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators! It has ten insulated walls' to keep the heat out and the cold m--haE perfect air circulation That s why the Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator saves both ice and food--and thats why its an economical, permanent investment. See the 915 Family sice, white enamel Leonard Refrigerator that we're offering 1 at 10% to 35% Savings on all Baby Carriages! This $24.75 Genuine Reed Carnage, Anniversary Sale Only* $19.75 Very substantially built with the T ery best spring construction Has full roll top and lull roll body Be sure to see tins value This $37.50 PorceUron Top Kitchen Cabinet Anniversary S.___ $24.75 Every woman will be delighted with the PorceUron taWe top Just think of it--a table that cannot absorb grease or dirt, that is thoroughly clean even though judged by the most rigid standards Two "Specials" for Saturday Only The Famous Butter Merger --the most economical houbehold need erer invented From 1 Ib. of Butter and 1 pint of milk this Butter Merger nil] make 2 Ibs. of batter. Just think of it--2 Ibg of Butter for jusfc a little more than the price of one It s a short-cut to economy Besides it it ill beat and mix better and quicker tban the ordinary beater will Cream can be "whipped perfectly in 60 to 90 seconds, WhUe They Last 75c Each. This, 6-in-l Special at only Garden Hool 35c A Fork, Troivelj Weeder, Hoe and Dibber--fire useful tools for the price of one. \ V e \ e just rccened another lot of these handy garden tools so that all those unable to secure one before nll have another opportunity to get one tomorrow This $47.50 Genuine Quarter Sawed Oak Buffet, Anniyersary S. $29.50 A very high grade Buffet every inch of which Is made of genuine quarter- sawed oaJc Jt is dust proof, very highly polibhed in a beautiful fumed oak finish Two Anniversary Sale Specials in Kaltex Furniture This Boeker, Sale Price -- $6.00 "Xaltex" Anniversary --.$3.75 "Kaltex" Bocker, _ _ $6.25 A very substantially built rocker that Trill give years of This $11.00 AanJTersary Sale Price A Tcry comfortable Rocker Has separate cushions and spring seats Upholstered in fine cretonne. Sale of "Pittsburg-Hickson" Beds--Bought from the Receiver--Less than wholesale cost! $9.50 This $16.00 Bed Annhersary Sale Price This Bed is made from steel and finished in Ivorj e^mel Posts are 2 m continuous $11.50 This $19.50 Bed Anniversary Price This Bed is braes sat n finish French metal Posts 2 'n., 58 in high fillers 3 4 in This $29.50 Bed Annjrersary Price $19.75 This $29.50 Bed Anniversary P^rice $19.75 $24.50 This Bed is made from, steel square tubing and is finished in -white enamel This Bed is brass satm finish French metal--poets 2 inches in diameter fillers 1 ia This $37.50 Bed Anniversary Price This Bed is brass satin finish French motal Posts 2 in, 58 In. high, fillers 1 1-4 inch Anniversary Special in Real Felt Mattress! This %20 Genuine Pelt Mattress, Anniversary Price $13.50 This is a reml Felt Mattress (no* cotton)---the kind that inmrrcs a restful sloop Sateen art tick and roll edge 'WeighE 50 ibu A value Ui»t can't be duplicated anywhere This $150.00 Four-Piece Genuine Quarter Sawed Oak Bed Room Suite, Anniversary Sale Price Thl« $10.00 Urcsser Tlil« $40.00 Bed $24.75 Thib $10.00 Chiffonier _ . . $24.75 T)us $30.00 Dressing I able .00 $21.75 ($20.75 The materials used are of the hlghast quality and the vrorlcmansh p and construction arc of the best. All lour pieces are esraetly as lllustratwi ·with 'arge FiencL plate mirrors A Special Value $89.00 Quarter fcaned Oak Plank Top Extension Table, Anni- ·\ersarj Sale fl?OC' JTA Price v ,, tP^D.DU This lable \as specially purchased for tie Annherbarj Sale ^nd at the price offered u5s an exceptional value Made of genuine quarter saweci oak throguhout carefully selected for its flne grain D unbar. DWfBAB, April 12--Mrs TV, C Smith ol Sneer's Hill was a Conaelts vills caller Tuesday night. j Caartes Kimball a~* "*- itavaason *ers ConnellEvflls night Mr and \Crs, 3, K Foltz returned horns from Alverton, after spending f ew days there with the latter s par- eats I Howard of UBioatewn, was a busi- Tuesday ness caller here -vesterdaj Mrs Reams and Airs Chelmar Seaton were calling in Connetlsville Tues day C B Holt ot Uniontown was a business caller here Weflnesday George Frost has accepted a posi- tion as clerk in Wilson TOsLarf General Merchanils. store the la cancy being caused by C Smith en listing for the war D C Eason for wall paper--Adv -- 26mar27t Read our advertisements ONAIXBSX5 icu nisi »cr mo u- BJOU. Anounrcr otm CBOAIS

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