The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 17, 1918 · Page 12
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May 17, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE. THJB DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918. The New Styles In Clothes for MEN- T HERE'S-a touch of militarism to the now styles, especially for young men. The shoulders ar« slightly accentuated and the fiw seam, panel beck gives the broad shouldered soldierly effect. The new colors are the 'various i^iades of blues RTK' browns. The-older men have not been sffighted either. They "will find a touch of style in the nerr models that they'll be proud to Bot---came and see. There arc new clothes,--new styles, new fabrics,--new colors to suit all. $15 to $45 A New Straw for Every Man in Connellsville Straw Hat picking was never so good as it is today at this store. Here are soft trim hats in an dimensions and weaves.--stiff brims ·with that jaunty look and plain, or fancy bands. A hat to please every man and to meet his price. SaDors Sl-iO to S10 Tuyos -JS50 each Bangkok? $fi.OO each Panamas . $.) to S10 Xegftorns . . $5 to S10 Milan s . - SS to S10 BaMuks S7.50 to S10 Gold Bond Tnding Stamps Pay 49n on Whu. You Spend. Save Them. Wright-Metzler Co iiia XAL JLEAGTK, Vestcriloy's Jicsulls. Putsburg J; Brooklyn 3. Cineinnat. 3; New York 0. Philadelphia 6; Chrcago 0. Si. Louis 2; Boston 1. Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% on What You Spend. Planned far in advance, merchandise most carefully chosen, of Wright-Metzler standard, and marked at a LOW MARGIN OF PROFIT, this sale offers unusual opportunities in these times of high costs. Cottons are being useti for so many war purposes that it is extremely difficult to obtain merchandise in quantities, and deliveries' are slow and uncertain. But we began early, buying a little here and a little there, and t|ie merchandise assembled for our May White Sale is a notable offering of maximum qualities at minimum prices. Don't Wish Later You Had Bought More Now--Buy All You Think You Can Use; and Buy Immediately While Assortments Are Most Complete. In this advertisement we submit details of scores of seasonable economies and from only two departments, Women's Undermuslins and Millinery, have any of them appeared in any of our previous White Sale advertisements. We're going to push this White Sale to the limit, for by so doing we are rendering a real public service. That such merchandise as is here offered at May White Sale prices represents genuine savings will be most forcibly demonstrated to those who wait until later to buy. The Domestic Department Contributes Many Specials to the May White Sale --1000 YARDS DRESS GINGHAMS and SEERSOCK.ERS. abort lengths of ona to ten yards each, newest patturns, 40c values, splint at '2nc ynml. --36 INCH PERCALES, standard grade, Uirht and dark patterns, 35c value, special at 2Sc yard. Tliese In short lengths of I to 6 yards. --2T and S2 INCH GINGHAMS and DEVONSHIRE CLOTHS, short lengths in assorted patterns, special at 20c jard. --1000 YARDS BROWN MUSLIN, 36 )nchos wide. 25c vaitiei. special at 20c yard. --50 wm'iv. CROCHET BEDSPREADS, size 76 sSS inches, extra vreigbt, cut corner, scalloped, $2.00 valve, special »t $S.£0. --25 CROCHET BEDSPREADS, sties 76xS8 and SSxSC inches, heavy weight, heimraed, 53.50 value, special at $2.Zo. Good Linens are Scarce, Which Makes These White Sale Specials Doubly Attractive --120 PAERS EMBROIDERED PDJ-.OW CASES. Hill's Moilm, 351*2 inches, hemstitched ends, S1J5 value, special at Me pair. --IMPORTED MUSLIN PILLOT' CASES, embroidered, necmutchwi ends, special at $1-T0 tu $2.00 pair. --50 CLTJNT SCARFS, lace tnmrned, assorted st?les, size 18x54 inches, today would retail at $1.76. spcnal at Sl-35. --WHITE LACE BSD SETS consisting of spread* and bolster cases. beautiful goods, special at $6.00 to SS.50 set. --COLORED EMBROIDERED BED SETS in rose and copen blue, special at SS«0 to $10 set. Elegant Materials and Trimmings in Reduced in the May White Sale CORSET COVEKS J1.25 valuta ..- $1.10 5 2 0 0 values _ ?1.79 53.00 values S2.6'.l 51.50 values __ 51.39 5250 valuw, - - Sl!.29 $3.50 values _ S3.:9 CHEMISE 52 50 valises _- $2 I 1 ) SI.50 values _. $3.19 S4.50 valuf: . W.1S $3.00 valiws _. $2 C3 ?3"'1S values $3.60 $5 00 values -- $4.48 GOTVJfS S5.no values . ?4 18 57 W values _ $6.96 $10.nc valjcn $895 What You Buy in This Sale of White Goods Comes to You at Decided Savings --FANCY "\VHITE VOILES with bars, figures and stripes, 3G inches \v,de, special at 50c, 600, S5c and SLSa yard. --PLAIN WHITE PLAXONS. 30 and 40 inches iv-ide, Special at 15c. 30c, 40c, 50c and 65c yard. --32 INCH 'WHITE FLAXONS, with fine bars and s:r.p«. special at 2Se, See and We yard. --FANCY 'WHITE SKIRTINGS, including Pique. Poirct Twill. Basket Weaves and Repp,--to sell at 3Sc to $1^5 yard. --FECE WHITE COTTON" POPLIN", 37 and 35 inches -irldfi, to 8«11 Jit lOc and Coc yard. --WHITE FOUNDATION ItATKRIALS, silk and couon. special at 45 Sic and »0c yard. --WHITE WASHABLE COTTON SATIN. 36 inches wide, eitra fine quality, special at SLOO yard. Later On You'll Not Be Able to Duplicate These Prices On Women's Knit Underwear --Women s .Mercerized Lisle Vests, low neck, no sleeves, ttze p njily 1.00 valw--hpcetnl at 75e earti. - Women's Lislr Lnion Suits, low ^czk. no sleeves, Incr* tnmmrd knee, £U'Q value,-- spwiial at 7Sc each. -Roys' a.ni O:rlH' Cambric Undergarments. ?i?es 2 to 12 year?, to ^ r uvri for oither Waists or ITcJon Suitu, today's value 75f. special nf GOr 2 Special Lots Waists Reduced -Ono lxt Slightly Ro'Icrt Waists ?"UW ralne 0r. --One Lot S.iglnly Smled Waists. ?iOO, 52,iO rallies $1.7(1. Second Millinery Opening Showing Styles for Mid Summer Wear An a n n u j ] e \ e n t aad a mosi interesting one for A'l xvomen v,ho dei^ht lu. ktiiping abreast v;ith Kasbion. Here arc shown tbe authentic modes lor xnid-buuun«r wear--all-white bats black-and- wlntc, a'! black hats, leghorns, milans, jrt'orgcltc^ a::d transparent brims-- Lnrnnied wnh wjiigs, ostrich, coque, flowers and r:bbon=. Your Inspection Cordially Invited You are rord.aJly mvtc-d to inspect ilus remarkaijlr display of becoming Sits w i t h o u t feeling ob. jpra-ied to purchase. 'We are sure you will find it .nstruriive and useful *n d«r rimg ^vhat your ncxi ha: shall be, Sale of 25 Sample Hats Formerly Sold at $16.50 to $30.00 Now Reduced to $12.38 to $22.50 A small bui very selcr' Ins. conpnstns 2 r , of the very finest pattern tails in o-_r pnnre stock--no - T O of them alike--and in .1 diversity of good M\lef--. Colors c:nd ;nmn?m£S perrau of choosing from the very "·^t Fashion has prodiir^d. Trimmed Hats, $10 to $12 Values, at $7.50 Trimmed Hats, $7.50 to $9 Values, at $5.00 Make Full Use of the Big Men's Share of the White Sale Seasonable and Moderately Priced --Walters' White Coats, SIM eacii. --Butchers' Aprons 7Sc; "\Vaiters' Aprons 65c each. --Men's White Vests, S2J)Q to S-'UX) each. --Men's White Duck Pants, $.LoO the pair. --Men's White Flannel Pants, $o.OO to S-S-V) aiclL --\Miite Felt Hats, men or ladies, at 41.00 each. --Children's NViite Buck Hats, GOe tu $1.00 caetu --Boys' White Panama Hals, Sl.OO to S3JO. Sec Oar Attractive and 3Iodcratc Priced Displays of Boys' Wash Suits Tlompors and Creepers. gene Which Offers You Dependable Materials, Authentic Styles and Fine Making at Prices Greatly Reduced. Pile after pile of snowy white undergarments greatly reduced for this event The prettiest otylos you could wish-- in carefully chosen materials trimmed with damtv laces and ribbons, and in shapes cut to fit perfectly. REDUCE!) TO REDUCED TO REDUCED REDUCED REDUCED TO TO TO 29c 39c 59e 69c -- «ARJIE\TS EEGULAK AT 3«c ARE -- G A K M K X T S REGCLAB AT 50;- ABE ; -- GAHMESTS RECU'LAK VT «5c AIU- XOW -- GAIiMEXTS KEOUJLAK AT "e ARE MW --GARJI i.:\TS REGULAK AT J..K- ARE N O W -- GAJJMi;TS I4EGULAR AT $1.00 ARE XO -- GAR.VI:MS REGULAR AT $i.« ARE xov . -- G A K M K N T S REGULAR AT SI. 50 ARE .NOW REDUCED TO Sl.:i9 --GARMENTS SECULAR AX **..C A l t £ NOW REHUCED TO 5* 13 -- CAiunaxs RJ-:GULAR AT s:uo ARE xow REDUCED TO sa.ia -- GARWE.NTS REGULAR AT $5.00 ARE 7(0 W REDUCED TO $4 4S ___ -- GAR.-UENTS BEGi:LABJ,TJi5.50ARE N O W REDUCED TO $1.9$ Extensive Displays of Infants' Wear at Very Moderate Prices REDUCED TO S9c KEDUCED TO si.io The C. S. Food Administration says:-EVERT SPCD IS A BULLET. Use more traltets tffl alter the nert barrest. t : \ r r v pound of u heal that yru can save v.]]! be =eni a b r o u j 10 h-_]p our bo.diers and Miie-. \ . i n the war. How much will you help by savi::^ wheat "SVasliington Philadelphia St. Louis -Detroit .458 .455 .455 .350 Today's Schedule. Chicago at Washisgtoa. Cleveland at Philadelphia. St. Lams at New York- Detroit at Boston. Confluence. Standing of the Clubs. "iV. L. Pet Saw York 15 5 Chicago : 14 a Cincinnati -- Pitlsbnrg lira. E. B. Brovm ot the West Side] was in Rockwood yesterday -visaing 1 her dattghter, ^frs. Charles Minder. | | The body of Joseph Kregar who ! died while in camp at NogaJes. Ariz.. ' from pneumonia last week is expected to arrive here this evening. The rc- I mains will be taken lo tbe home of | his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kre-| gar. | Don't forget the seventh annual Sunday school convention of the 10th., district held in the -M. E. chuich here,' tomorrow. Sessions u 10 if. m., 2 and Philadelphia _ St. Lonis Brooklm Boston i who have been living near Naravlsca,, f Mexico, for tie last 10 years will 17 .232 Today's Srlcilnle. Philadelphia at Chicago. Brooklyn at Pitisburg. Boston at .Su Louis. New York at Cincinnati. ' be glad to taow thej have returned to 1 their tome here to remain pennan- j ently. Their grandson, Harold Dean, who has been there for several years has also returned. Work is going on preparatory to] No ^ nahalle to T]sil (rimds . building H. E. Blacks new home m| The SOTCnth annual Sunday bchool the West Side. I conven y oll of LJ IC Tenth district is m Mr. and Mrs. G. R. McDonald has| returned from Dayton. Ohio, where] COXP/jUiBNCK, May 17.-- L'voryoody is asked to join the Red Crobs parade tomorrow evening and help make :t ' a great success. The parade Torm^ ! at '.he Baptist churuii on (lie West Side at 6 P. il. Rev. H. G. Trimmer has gone to 1 here ^^ IQ addiuoa l o . gesslong lllis morilm s and afternoon .V.UEKICAX Vestcrdaj's Besulte. Boston 7; Detroit -. New York 1; St. Louis 0. Philadelphia 6; Cleveland ; o 1; "fl'sshington 2. innings. Standing of fie Clubs. W. L. Boston 16 10 New York 14 11 Chicago __--, 12 '10 Pet. .615 .560 .345 they were attending the funeral 0 1 [hero wlll bc a sess i on at 7.30 P. X. · their nephew Frank Regal, the 12- Bv . e , vbody cordially tented. H :s be- I year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, mg ,, eld m tQe if _ K church. Regal, who was drowned last Thurs-i Hoscoe Hall and sister Leah were day. visu.Dg friends in Connellsville yes- Mrs. Jobn Davis was a recent. terday. visitor with friends at FYiendsville, \v. s. Bower is visiting his par\!d., yesterday. · e -ts, Mr. and Mrs. NVi'ibam Bower, Mr. and Mrs. William Ijungenteld | m Somerset at present, have moved bere from Brownsville .M. ?n rj Mrs. Z Duckworth, who 1 and will reside with Mrs. IJngenfleld's! were visiting friends here several i father, G. E. Cunningham. ! days, have returned to their home m I Miss R. Case of Ursina. was here | Jeannette. ! yesterday on her way to Listre to! Miss Blanche Reiber hat gone to · visit friends. I Cereal to isit Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Z. Duckworth of Wright a few days. Cleveland 13 12 .520 Jeannette are friends. bere visiting their! . and Mrs T. Reynolds and daughter Margaret and son Louis Ipft yesterday for a btvpral days \l?it w i t h friends at Philadelphia ,uld Ba.tl- more, Mti The funeral of Joseph Kregar, whose body a~ri\ t'd here yesterday from -N'ogales, Ail'/., jesterday. Laving died there lafct Tliursday with pneumonia, was held at the JGisey chuich this morning, Rev. W. jr. B-ackcn. of the M 1!. church officiating. The parents h a v e [.he sympathy o[ the entire commumt}. Mias Xettie Weaver went to COB- aellsville \ebterriay :o visit friends a f vl w davs J. B. Sayloi o[ Somerset, has returned home aJtcM being hero on business several days. Robert Mitchell, u boldier =tatloned at Cainji Meacle, ih ^ i s t t m g his parents. Mi. and-Mrs. P E. Mitchell, here on a few days' furlough. FATALITIES GAINED 25 PER CENT DURING THEJTRST QUARTER Industries Led »ith .162, 3Line,s Com- inp Second AVith U02; Fayett« Couat) Famished 110 Futilities. Fatal ides fa the state increased -5 per cent from January 1 to April 15, this yeai, over the record Tor a similar period in 1017, according to ic^orls of the Bureau of Sia,Utics of the Compensation Board The faiiljties arc divided as follows: limes, 302; mdustnals, 362; public service lines, 182; making a total of S46 for the first three months and 15 days of this year. During the same period last year 298 employes were killed w h i l e at work in 'he names, 3"0 in industrial plants and S2 on public service Un-es. The- ' i record for 1015 was :us f o i l o u a . L\l,aejb, 333; industrials, 2TG, and p u b - ' ' l.c service, 87 Luycrno county hPj.ds the ILsL with tbe lar^c'51. number o-f faialKies in tbr i m i " 0 h thia year, Gb; S c h u y l l u l l co m i - lls second wiih 38, L a u k a u a n n a count j third, with 32, and Fayettu coumy has 30. Other eouut.es of Lhe *tate In ! which raining ib on-. 1 of the jndiistr.es sLow tc\\- faial accaacuUv, Out 1 of the reasons giv«n Tor the fatality increase over the previous year is the employment of grt-er, help in and about the .nines. ISniistneMtn and the d r a f t na^e taken from ch.in- 1 ntls of industry many of the e.\ppn- erced employe^ ]ca\ ing \acanc'a co bt rilled from the a'vailabit 1 supply of 1 labor 10 be obtained Speeding u p op- t crauons to meet ilae demand Cor coal j liaj also had a tendency to bring t iboui cor.ditioni, which are co'ibidered at, ! requiring- a'-tentica. sa Relief from Eczema i Doc't worry about e:zema or other' ! skin troubles. Ycu cm have a clear, ' 1 healthy skin by using a little zemo, obtained at any drug store for 35c, or extra largo bottle at $1.00. Zemo generally removes pimples, blackheads, blotches, eczema, and ringworm . and makes the skin dear and healthy. Zemo is a clean, penetrating, antiseptic r ; liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains nothing. It is easilv applied and cos's a j mere Irifie for each application. It is ' always dependable. The E. W. Rose Co.. Cleveland, G. Caso 1724--School toacher: Rc^'dcnc tuck; nevcre operation: !elt her wefci. ajiao- mic, nervous, low vitality. Ph\3ici*n r*com- mcndcd P'o-fcr^n Two weeks' Ircatrnenfii (bowed remarKiLblc improvement. Docior report pd. " Bio-feren had tione -wonoers for hen." Another cace--Prrmsvlvanuoi, reports: "I have taki n about gne-half of thft Bio-fe-en pellets and mutt confess ibat I feel Hfce new * "A Kcntuclclan woma.n t.u.vs "I have taJ:cn Bio-fercn regularly and f«efr roDch benc-flted I car, uso my armn mu^i better However, can not Ret Tny handa to my head suffictontlj- to comb m hair, but i feei that I will soon bo ab!c to do that." You wast the vigorous hfdlth ard rudd;. beauty that IB dependent on strength, nerves and rod blood D\o"booy down Redd those reports abo\-e. aga.n You. too, if sou are gr^cciii down in health aid strength bvxmso at overwork, -worr-, nerves, and similar cauaeis cc.n rebuild your health ajjd strength wiU) B_io-feren It iu iiot a stnnulaal li 13 j. buijder a. builder of Letter heaJth. Bio-feren ronUiint some of the best InnrredJent^ known -o the medical ·world, and ia indicated for th* Irentment of run-down, conditions due ta overwork, worn, anc^-ti £k. melancholia, nervous dt-failirv, debility foliowi2» Infectious dippases. convaJeai enee from ainue feve:a t"t~ Thera is no secrt-t nor mjstery about Elo-feren avcry packoee show* Ihc elements H contalnB \i,L ..our ynysictan about It, or h^vo him wnt» -we will SCJIQ him complete formcU And don't fouset ibut Bio-f«ren !.s sa,d only on condiuon tbat you will return the empty package and allow as to n-fucj your purchase once if for any reason, yoa are nm fully sat1sfij3. Please btur that !a mind for it 1« very Importmit Eio-fer^n seMs ai ?1 00 for a large package Your drueE^at can auoolv you or we -will send it direct upon receipt oi. 51 00. =lx uackaeaa for ZB 00 should you ILV« au croublo in t*.zarlos it. The ticntancl ilemedlca Com* . . _ . _ ... . . Masonic Temple, Ctnclnr^U, Ohio. Clnssificd AiherTTsi'menls Bring resulis. Coat only 1c a word. ( 11 j'| ®£S®SXSS@gX£®«l®SX2)2te)^^ PATEONIZE HOLIE MERCHANTS I WHO ADVEETISE IN THIS PAPER. | 1 S3®S®®s^^

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