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MONDAY'EVENING, APRIL 15, 1918. THE.DAILY'CQl?R.IEH,.'CQn\fELLSVILLE PA. . PAGE ^ ELEVEN. ELK GIVEKIND FOR REBUILDING OF HUMAN WRECKS First Hoapftal lor Pmrpose Fim- Â·Beed By 93Â»0,000 WILL PERFORM MIRACLES Â«a Crippled ii Battle Will VwW to ncreltts ud tie Jf*- UÂ»Â«; War's I,IÂ«WlitlÂ« Through It Art to lit Jftnei lÂ»to America's first great hospital for the reconstruction aL-.woimded men has been accepted iy. the Government from the Benevolent and Protective Order ot Elks. The hospital buildings will be erected on Parker Bill. near toe Robert Brigiaci Hospital, in Boston, at a cost of |250,00p. ; ThÂ« money was taken fronv the Elks' $1;? 000,000 war relief rind: . ".: With American wouiaed tnally carried tack;fr6m. the front, Surseon-GeneiaT:G6rgas'*otBci declared itself equipped-and reaclyfb rebuild human wreckage- ^ntb":'itile- bodied mffl. ' ,"*';::'." .".'....." -A string of reclamation-hospitals ' extends from the JRrcacSr lines ; to. the shores of toia^couBtrr;-Erery'Â· device and resource knofnct; to^scieuPe is. at hand to rebuUeeitr;eTery:part:.ar the human frameJ'M'te.Xitltlitnalf-their^ faces shot away ty."aHfap5el-."wllI7got naw jawbones " new noses and _ cartilage and Â·tissuesrpn-'othc^jartr of their bodies. The Sui-seoa-Genenffs,staff helieres the value of this service to America cannot be estimated. Thousands- of men who would be wrecked without proper treatment will be sent back to the .fighting, and . others will be rebuilt and taught trades that will make them economic assets instead of liabilities. T2ven a-mau- Â· deaf/:, dumb, blinded and 'paralyzed from the waist down wiil be tan^ht a trad* at which he cÂ»n -work. _. , Plans are being completed for a big base hospital in this country where ail totally disabled men will be sect after the European hospitals' have done all they can for them. In this hospital additional efforts will be made to Improve their condition. In re-educating- the deaf, dumb or blind the-y will be sent to private institutions, at Government expense. Those- desirtoirteehnlcaj training:will be sent to technical schools. Others wilt be trained for civil service, agricultural work, or Â· whatever they choose. , General Gorgas' idea is to build few \03BUaJs in" this country exclusively for this reclamation work. The greater part of soch surs.ry will be done ' TAPS WIRELESS KEY FOR HIS UNCLE SAM ; Baseball has lost another player by reason of the -war In the person of Morris Bath, who joined the.United Stitw Nary recently. Batarig'now learning the fundamental* of wireless in. the naval wlrelen school In Philadelphia. He was glvtn a tryont by several major league teams, and last year mde such a good showing with the Salt Lake club of the 'Pacific Coast league, that Christy Mathewson signed him for a trial'with the Cincinnati Beds this year. Bnth at one time played second base for the Kansas City club of the Ametfcan association. The photo shows him opernCiig a wireless key at one of the government naval training stations. Help Beat the Him Buy a Liberty "' " 'Wtat HÂ»TÂ« Ton foi'SaleT Tell the public through our classified column. The cost is 1 cent a word. Hutiig Bargains ! Ton will find them in oar ad. columns. ThÂ» ' best InTÂ«rt- ant im tte World today iÂ»- JL UbitrtT-, Boad for TonrseM or Toor 'Wife and A Thrift Stamp tor thÂ« Boy or Girl. Any Banker in this Town will be Glad to Serre You. The Next Best Imvest- meci is A Good Suit of Clothes for Yourself 'and A Suit for ; the. Boy and We will he C-lÂ»i to Serre You. Wertheimer Brothers "ME *UTS STOBB" BUY LIBERTY BONDS and War Saving Stamps and hÂ«lp win the war. BROWN ELL SHOE CO. r Wo re Always MOVING W E S T PENN . R A P I D T R A N S F E R LOCAL ASD 10SG DISTANCE MOTDfGS, Tri-State 573. Bell 842. W. W. Glotfdty Evidence 101 Hans ATC, FA. 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