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Â»f Â· n i _ . - ' 1 FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1918. -- ' THE DAILY COURIER., CONNJETLLSTTLliE, PA. PAGE ELEVEN EXTRA SPECIAL! Waists $5.00 Crepe de Chine ajid Georgette Crepe Waists, all new Summer shades, all sizes, beautiful styles, special HELP THE BED CROSS FOB THE CAUSE OF HUMANITY TfE GIYE "S. H.Â» GBKEJf TRADING' STAMPS Smashing Prices in Our . ' Beautiful Trimmed Hats, clever sport styles and plain Tailored Hais in all colors and shapes, $jffi Q^ regular- $5.00 value for ,, _ .1 l.~. tpiaJoÂ£/Â£J' One lot of Shapes in Milan Hemp, large and 0 s small, all coJors, regular Â§3.0.0 value for The Greatest Values Ever Offered SUITS-COATS- Up to $22.50 Values For The newest and cleverest styles in Women's and Misses Coats, Suits and Dresses, embracing every new color, style and double value in every garment. All sizes to fit large and small women. Come early and select the best Coats, Suits and Dresses on sale for tomorrow for Â» Women's and Misses'" $22.50 to $25 Coats for All *he classiest Coats in pretty greys, tans, Pekins, navys and Sammies, in beautiful styles. Every Coat 'is a different style .for itself--on sale for |14.99. Women's and Misses' $25 Exclusive Suits for Suits of all kinds---every,color and style. --beautiful embroidered and vestee Suits, new ruffled backs and plain tailored styles; all sizes for $16.75. Beautiful Silk Taffeta Dresses Made up in the prettiest styles with Georgette Crepe, in the newest colorings, such as Tea Rose, Grey, Pink. Sammie, Plum, Navy and Black. All sizes 16 to 44. Special tomorrow for Special From Our Shoe Department KM Women's Sew ; CUssy Pumps 'Â· In new patent, tan. :grey and gun metal, ;nigh and low heels, special $3.95 SI.50 Women's ITew-'HIgli Shoes -'In tan, grey, brown and- black,' fancy tops, high and loir heel . flJC QfÂ» spÂ«-ial - ' Â· -.-'- : '- Â· " - 90.yV $o.OO Men's Shoes and Oxfords In tan and black, new English, fan shapes, special iJJG ?3.00 Girls' Oxfords In pateut, gun mulai and white, two 'and three strap styles, also lace, special $1.99 Specials Ladies' Department $1.00 Voile Waists, fancy white and stripes, ' special Â· 22c Muslin, bleached and bleached, specitl 7 yards for double $1.00 $1.50 Percale light and "dark colors Bungalow Aprons, 95c 50c.Ladies' Muslin Drawers, embrpidcrcd trimmed $1.50 Fancy .Muslin Goivns and Skirts 98c 25c Women's Gauze .Vests, fine quality ribbed -S Q~ special lÂ«/l/ Think and act qaicWy. Dont delay as prices are surely going up. Come and see the greatest $15 Suit ever shown in ConnellsTille. Big assortment of colors and styles. AH sizes from 16 to 44. A suit for every man who wants style, quality and workmanship tomorrow for Mothers--Dress Up the Boys for Decoration Day Soys' $5 new Dress Suits, made with new Trench Belts and Slashed Pockets, ' . all colors _ _;. '. _ _ Boys' 57.50 new Dress Suits in a big assortment of all-wool materials, prettiest light and A dark colorings, all sizes, special *P^ Men's Department Men's JL50 Union Suits, fine ribbed quality, also athletic style Men's 75c flne Silk Neck, wear, beautiful patterns Men's 25c Dress Socks, all colors, including black --~ Men's 53.00 Working Pants, made o[ genuine khaki ma- g-j QfT tcrials. special ! J-.Â«?tl $3 Traveling Baps, black ~t OK :md tan, special value tT)_l.*iJe $1.25 Men's Working Shirts, Jack JUbbit Urand. best sliirl made, special --. A Great Sale of AH Kindu of Dress Shirts, $1.50 val. Men--Get tinder One oi Onr Wonder Straw Hats In all kinds of shapes and straws special Panamas in all styles, special at Sale of Boys' Wash Suits BOYS' SUITS | EXTRA SPECIAL! S1.50 Boys' Wash| Jl.OO Boys" "Wash Sails, made of fine Lin- Suits, made of fine cues, in all cojors. extra Repp materials. I bargain, special beautifully trimmed.' all colors, 59c 95c ?2.00 Boys' Wast: Suits in Wliite Linen, trimmed in bine and red, very Q-f A o pretty suits tor epJL.^tO BOYS' SUITS ?2.S5 Boys' Wash Suiis. made of fine. Gaiu'.tas in plain and fancy stripes , fast colors f o r ' Nearby Towns. IJrittstown. N, May 23.-- Miss Flora Davis spent several days last ' week in Mount Pleasant with Â· tlie- -family of her friend, Jlrs. Ed-ward Lambe. Mr. and Mrs. Harold* Atkinson and mother. Mrs. J, L. Fred, and., daughter. -\Iiss Hauie, were ovor at- La- trpbe Sunday with Dr. L/'W: Livingston and family. Â·-Mrs. Samuel -VfcClain and children spent iionday in Scottdale with the family of her sister-in-lav.', '" Mrs. George Uiery. - - . ,- , Â· Mr. and Mrs. David Wright received a" card on Thursday ancoiYncirig the safe arrival of their son. First Lieutenant John E. Wright, in Paris, Prance. Young Wright is with the Â·ISth Heavy Artillery Regiment. ; Harry Berg of Point Mr.rion, was here Friday night with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berg. He was accompanied home by Mrs. Berg and granddaughter, Mary Me- llrida Gradler. wto spent from Saturday until Monday with the I'amilies of her sons, Messrs. Joseph and Benjamin Berg, at Point Marion. OrvaUVilsoii, who was. tilled home to attend the funeral of his mother, MrsJ ' Bertha "Jane ' Murray, ' returned Friday, to Ma-home in. North -Hampton, M'iis.- 3" Â·'""Â· Sfrsv-Henry Ulery "and -family". .of Mount Pleasant, visited ' the family oÂ£ her. sister-in-law, Mrs. John Paul, Jiere _Â£uesday. .. .. '_. Vanderbilt., VANDBRBILT, 'May 24.-- Mrs.. W. J. EÂ«ed and daughter LHbume. Misses Nellie and , Grace Snyder and Clyde Randolph were callers in Coanells- ville on Thursday. - J. Hugh :Ssnlerson went to Mon- ongabela City. 1 . last.- evening to attend tbe cotflmeaEenfent-.'excreiies of the High schol at-'ttitslace. Mrs. 'G. "B. JJoiirts is v':?itius her, sister, Mrs-Wailam": Ken-, of -Point: Marion. "' -' 'Â·Â·' '. Â· . ^ Mrs. Earry B. Eee -was a caller" In Unlontowri -yesterday. Â· ~- '~~~. -..'-. Harold Cottom and XÂ«l:on-~-'Scbo^ f i e l d o f Dwspn ivere c ' on Thursday. TtishL ". J. Etrle RobtrtV-.-of spent !Ei^_evtn. : ng at his .ha Mr. asd Mra: K'Â£- .Qollinjj J. C. Jlbore yesterday. The Lowstutter family is jnoving from Denver to Boston, Mass. .'.-JDimbar. DUNBAE, May 24.--Anthony Gilmore has started to repair his house on Railroad street. 0. Tischer is a business caller in Connelisvilie today. _ ifrs. Wagner and family from Ohio, are spending a_few_weeks here with her parents, Her. and Mrs. J. TV.^Wil- Â«on-of-Church Hill. - Â· Â· - . - . CHAMPION SPRINTER NOW IN KHAKI UNIFORM -Â· - LONG'DISTANCE MOVING Save Money on Long Trips By Making Arrangements One Week in Advance. Get Rates. P. B. KESSLER. 613 McCormick Ave., Connelisvilie, Pa. Tri-State Phone 404. Bell Phone 234. - A LABOR DICTATOR Is the Xext-in-'Tilnn of-Administrators (o lie yarned by tlic Tresident. A national ..labor'administrator to-, have charge of ail laoor problems involved in fhe production of Avar supplies will, be -named- by Prasident Wilson/ soon. Duties now performed by various labor bureaus in the govern- I uient departments which have to do \ with- war materials production, will I be taken over and co-ordinated by the ; new oSicer. The plan is a part of the general program for centralizing labor control as contemplated in the reorganization the Department of Labor is now undergoing. The labor administrator will assume some of'the work now done by the Department of Labor and work in cooperation with the labor board headed by former President Taft and Frank P. Walsh, named recently to settle labor controversies. Much of-tne labor unrest 'of recent months has.;been charged to'lacfc of a central agency for administering labor affairs., and to- the" fact, that'govern- ment departments which are having war materials manufactured have worked out their own wage, scales without reference to other depart-1 Manager Miller Hugglns Undergoes Change of Opinion as to His FRANK BAKER IDEAL PLAYER Unfcter, per pound Potatoes, per peck Lord, per pound Purity Oleomargarine Hams, sugar cured Eggs, strictly fresh Milk, 2 cans Lenox Soap, cate .. Prnncs, 2 Ills. Beans, per^11 Extra cood Brooms ments. . One of the first things the j labor .administrator would do prob- j ably would be ip equalize wages in plants engaged ia war work. Fortr Hours' Devotion Closes. Forty hours' devotion, wl'.icb. opened Monday morniug- in the Immaculate Conception church, closed Wednesday is entirely in. Baker's fa -or. He te . son Bottoy- orD'yerV,CS ; lorSdo,:vlsit=?,; lid ' evening with a procession by. the! better player tbaji I had belkved .1 children. Benediction was given by I ''^a pictured him as cue jf those hit- William McCasiin of Rev. Father Burgettstown, ..Austrian Railroad Line*. THe Provincial Engineer reports that during the. last year the railways of Nova..Scotia- carried nearly 600,000 ^ u u u t lllt . lc passengers', and over 5,000.000 tons of H , h t _-,_^-. ,, _ _ - _ . ..., - , . J38T.W9, i j^J a g" ...... . rter. for Locomotlvej. "Â· Th.e.~.'gOT6rnmenf .ot. New. South , . . . je-'BtataYaUwaya; YOU ARE HELPING YOUR HOME TOWJi when you -nave an account with, the Title Trust Company of Western Pennsylvania, your home Bank. If you have no account with us, why not start one now? Even a little deposit each week will soon grow to a good size fund. .This ..is the^.only Bank in this community paying 4% interest on Â· Savings Accounts. ' Â·'.*' Our Liberty Loan Bond club still h'as a good supply of the Third issue. Come in today and enlist in the Grand Army of Bondholders. You don't need much raoncy. A dollar makes, tho first payment on a 550 Bond. You piiy the balance in easy weekly Buy a bond or lig-'n--many brave boys are doing both. Call for full information. Sergeant il. T.- Gels, now of Company B, One Hundred and Fifth in- fautry, Cnmp "Wndswortli, is the ama- tenr Athletic Union 1, 000-yard champion for New York state. While on a furlough recently .he can on the winning team, Senior Metropolitan Eelay team, In 'Kew York city. 129 V. Crawford Ave,, Connellsrllle. "The Bank.that Does Things for ton" Checking Accounts Invited. T FSt f+ ITE TffAMSFES K O V I K C A-KO HOlSTtVO PIANOS A BPICOlAtTY, offlt'e IO3 . CT dt* I"-- R- ll"I*pÂ«t, Dotb PJiones. g BOIH PHONES OPPMAN'STRAKSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELUSVitLE, PA. WS^fMWAaftKAJWBWWtWWiiWIPBtSISfWrt^^ C WEST SIDE For these Specials r o Deliveries and. no Telephone Orders Taten. Cornei- Crawford Avenue and Eighth Street, ' WEST SIDE PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPEE. "Frank Baker is a much different bnll playet than I had flgnred him to be \vaen I ss\v litm in ncflon at Macon," rsmarked Miller Hngtrias daring a recent fana'ag bee, "and the tors who take Icmy swings at the ball aurt quite frequently lire lit the position to hit a cerraiii kind of a bull. On the contrary, 1 flnfi that he U.IKU.VS keeps his bat close enough to do dnrti-" age to all lands of pitching, ajd t for timing a ball and .making.his swing' count there is no room, for ~riticÂ£snv 11 a wicked hitter end - on tibe -Â£Or.t "f tenn- play at wliich X had' been told BO wus wenk. I must say; too, that I like his work In the fleld. It is 'strange' what ideas a. person has of a player j he never has seen iu fiction. I surely got an agreeable surprise in this case," A d v e r t i s e i-;; : -Â·'Â·-Â·"-for- it;in---^:;'"-Â¥ these columns' ; Work near your home in pleasant and healthful surroundings, with excellent opportunities for rapid advancement. Unusual opportunities for earnest, intelligent young women between IS-and 24 years of age. New employes are paid while learning and are readily advanced. Comfortable sitting room for reading and relaxation when off duty. ' . ,Â·; .;.-. : :v . Good opponunity for senior aad supervising, positions!" Â· Â· ' Apply to the Chief Operatotr of the central office. -. Â·.Â·::.: j Title Trust Building, Connelisvilie.