The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 27, 1918 · Page 8
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May 27, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNCLLSVILLE, PA. MAY 27 I'VIS m 2UTIOXU. LEAGUE. SIGNAL CORPS tyEN'INSTALLING TELEPHONE ILINES TO TRENCHES THROUGH AN OLD CULVERT Xenlt*. New York 1 4, Cincinnati 3 j-j-- Lonli Z, Brooklm 1. «No other tame* scheduled ft* Ctaki. ! W. L. Pet 53 0 719 11 6S6 | .20. 16 556 i 15 14 517 13 18 11T 13 19 406 .12 20 375 11 21 344 Todays Sen«i«le. mt Pittitmrg New York at Chicago , Brooklyn at St Lonis Philadelphia at Cincinnati. \SEMCA5 LEAGUE. Ve»1tnl»j's Xenlts tttshinfton 4 Detroit 0 Tork 5, Cleveland 3 other games scheduled Cliks. tfcl-ouis Stareland ! Skicago . 16 i Kunmgton : Mioit in Fci. 636 563 533 52S 500 43" 424 3413 Today's Seked**". at Boston Clereland^kt New York Detroit at Washington. p St Louis at Philadelphia MACCABEES WIN S*«al- Ledge turn Takts Orer 'Vomit Bnddock,3-l. jhe_f»st Maccabee baseball teaia oyer the Mount Braddock aggrt- £ttoo.ln*» S»me at Payette Feld here Iturilay'afternoon, 3-1 The loQals if not score until the sixth inning INC Labiak hit a homer with a man if" In the seventh Cover stole home ititU: that the game--rested vutb, ·waffir who allowed only four hits On Thursday, Decoration Daj, the me two teams will line up at t» Feld for a double header, the en- f» pr,ote«d» to go to the Red Cross ^The score* ^OUNT BHADDOCK R. H PO A B 0 0 0 0 1 3 24 10 2 MACCABEES R H.PO A E her, Zb iorer, ct The photograph shows a fiel,fl detachment of the signal corps mstallin g telephone lines to the front line trenches by way o£ an old culrert. Note the camouflage | For Bunting Eczema Greasy salves and ointments should not be applied if good clear skin is -wanted. From any druggist for SSc, or SLOO tor extra large size, get a bottle of zemo. When applied as directed it effective.? Ttmoyes eczema, quicfcrj stops itching, and heals shin troubles, dso sores, bums, wounds and chafing. It penetrates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo is a dean, dependable and inexpensive, penetrating, antiseptic liquid. Try it, as -we believe nothing you have ever used is as effective and satisfying. He E.T/ Pocc Co., Cleveland. O 3 4 27 14 I Home TOD. Labiak Two base Jut, piitk«T Stolen base*; Cover 3 I.a- Uk 2, R Wilson Miller Base an ·BsTcJi"~Hou£er 2 off Cale 4 Struck fcy Houser 7 by Cole 11 Ohiopyle. , Mar 27 -- Mrs James ( left Saturday for Terra Aaa, to spend a few weeis with _ 1 "Marie Colborn has returned to ji borne at Rockwood after a \lslt Senfliere witn Mr and \Trs R C tor- ·lfl»» Delia Corristan is spending a yagal days visit in ConneHsville. UL* Clark of Connellsville spent tturd»r and Sunday in Ohiopyle Ada Bryner of Braddock is ng a few dajs here h* Brrner of Meadow Run died |dar night after an illness of se\ cr- Mr. Bryner was m his /year HSs widow, three daugh- rs"aB'a five sons survive Fuiural ryjfcw at the Meadow Run church \a ^norain g and interment in the HOSPITAL UNIT L LOCATED AT WELL .KNOWN BATH RESORT XetterFrom Brother of Star J a action 3faa Giyes That IniormaUon as to T/ocation. The place in whicn Hospital Unit L, of which William P Sherman o( Conacllsville is a member, is not | stranfre to Captain C W W Elkm of ' that command who is. a brother of H Clyde Elkln., civil engineer with, the WashJneton Coal Coke companj Star Junction He "visited the same scenes in 1906 *«iys a letter to his brother It reads In part 'The trip was "very pleasant and uneventful on a fine fast boat The course was much the same I took before I ara not permitted to say much about places but you know where I was in 1306 "Well, I saw many of the same towns A beautiful journev it was On arriving at a French port we were sent on a spec a! train to i Ithis town Censors-hip presents ais- ! closing the location but I can sav that . I am in a place 2,000 to 3 000 years ' old founded by the Romans, used by them and ·since as a universal bath resort "Our unit "was given a hotel just finished at the outbreak of the war a modern beautiful se\en stor building with electric light and hot water heating. "We are using it as a hospital At present we are getting organized and equipped and are only receiving patients from a local com- t raand none directlj from the fYoot , However we expect to soon The officers and nen and nurses are billeted in French homes and hotels and eat at the hospital Meals are good and sufficient- 'I ha\e been given charge of the laboratory also scarlet fe-v er and mumps cases I am doing very well · with French and am able to get e^erv-*. thing I want m the stores and under- [ stand conversation Besides mosf of the French are learning rnglisb, ! Thev are a wonderfu people nnd j there can be but a favorable outcome j of this war when they are fighting [ with hcirt and soul " ,, (FLAG COUPON) HOW TOU C III GET A SPLENDID EXAG FOB LITTLE MOKEY. All that is necc*sary for you to do is to clip the coupons and bring or send them to The Daily Courier office with ?1 49 and the beautiful Flag is yours Description--The flag IB 8 feet Ions by 5 feet wide rainproof and sunproof American bunting--absolutely fast colors Stnpeg sewed, double stitched Has strong canvas heading and metal gromments This SxTi foot Hag for G Coupons 01 Consecutiic Dates and $1.10 Cash. Note --If ordered b Mail add lOc for packing and postage CLIP THIS FLAG COUPON TODAY ! and, with required cash for Flag send to Flag Department THE DAILY COURIER 1291-2 ·*». Cra-nford ATC-, COSNELLSTILLi:, PA. Street or R. F D lso_ Town cemetery George Hersbberger and r, Visa Mildren, are the guests frjtnds in Conuellsrille Jqtoi ·Sailor of Green Brter was a * caller jn town Saturday and Fay Kurtz of 'Hum- tt« guests of relatives at and litre "for a few days IJkave (pt to clean and clear the tkoroljr to have good heath ·Ourof indoor life, you would if "you could see them as ' yo«r face or hands Hollis- MounUln Tea cleans and Sft* u nothing else. Start tonight BJMl*Tltl» Drue Co--Adv Cost oolr lc ft ward. N A T I V E H E R B TABLETS Brush, of California, says ~oft«n~bi*n reltrbtd ol TROUBLE Bliss Native Her^ Tablets _»taadar(l herb remati He found it beneficial for Ca^ ContfUpatlon and Indigestion and Liver Regulator t five satisfaction or ftmdvd. Every ffenu- *-^ contain? this trade \Jw * p»r box of 200 tallets. . A. Ctark« and local a t ents jhrer*. E. pARAMOUNTJHEATRE --TODAY-- THE EVIL INFLUENCE OF A LEE IS TOLD IN "Social Hypocrites" A FIVE ACT METRO DRAMA OF T.OVE AND HIGH PLAY, STARRING BEAUTIFUL MAY ALLISON AT.?Q A KEYSTONE COMEDY IN 2 ATS T 0 SI 0 K B 0 W TRIANGLE PRESENTS POWERTUL WILLIAM DEMOND IN "SOCIETY FOR SALE A GRCPPING STORY OF LOVE AND ADVENTURE ALSO A GOOD COMBDY AND AND UNFVDRSAL CURREMT EVENTS, ILLUSTRATING LATEST WAR NET\ S Indian Creek. INDIAN CREEK, May 25--Miss Sadie Kooser of Connellsville "will spend over Sundaj with her parents "Mr and Mrs Frank Kooser at Mill Run. j-Mr and Mrs Frank Stemdl ot Mill Run are calling on Connellswlle friends and shopping today Mrs "Walma Sembower o£ California, Pa,, left for her home after spending the ^eek-end here among fnendG.. Mr and Mrs L Otto of Jones Mill are calMng on_ CoEnellsnlie friends and shopping The H Koppers company and the Melcroft Coal company officials of Pittsburg made an inspection tour o^er the Indian Creek Valley railroad today jkfra Da\e Hansel "was calling on friends and shopping here- today Mrs H C Hoover is spending today among Connellsville fnends and shopping today MOVE BY AUTO TRUCKS BOTHPHOHES OPPMAITS TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. SOSSON THEATRE TOim, TUESim AM) "The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin" No Such Flay Has *er IScon Produced ui Connellsrillc. The most remarkable and wonderful picture It has -\vrung round after round of applause from start to finish and has worked audiences into a tremendous pitch of enthusiasm It must be seen to be appreciated riTEKE TOlIi BF A SPECLVT/ SIATm/E FOB SCHOOL CHllDKIJf ·WEDITESDAY AFJUSJiOOJ AT 4 O'CLOCK. Prices for niatincc for that special hour will be 10 cents This -will give the kiddies a\ chance to see the Kaiser without coming at night or missing school Tlicre 1fll Be One Comedy liclore Each Performance. ORPHEUM THEATRE --TODAY VIO TOMOREOW-- BILLIE BURKE DS "The Land of Promise" Also "A ·WAITER S WASTED LIFE ' "Wednesday--"The Kejs o£ the Righteous," featuring Enid Bennett WEAR Homer's QotMag DCOOOCOQOOO J. B. KURTZ, 6 AND REAL ESTATE. g M*. » South Meadow L.HM. n CcnnUsv))l» Pa. uOO-otxxxK/oooooooo jj Our smartest Suits C oats Una Dresses sacrificed in the most important, early~ seftson cut-price event e\er instituted in ConueHville If you are one of th.1 1 women who haven t bought yet, or "Who need an extra dress or coat this tale with its attendant savings, is all important to vou Read the details here inspect the garments compare the prices--apd buj where your better judgment tells you is safest One Lot SUITS and COATS Priced Regularly up to $39.75 CHOICE EACH Late style, perfectly tailored garments in a. big variety of attractive models for both women and misses Economical women with clothes to buy inll lose no time ro making a thorough Investigation. One Lot SUITS and COATS Priced Regularly up to $55.00 CHOICE EACH Coats and Suits--the finest models from our own regular shocks--arranged into one big lot and reduced to $38 50 Distinctive styles materials, and trimmings that appeal to every woman s idea of what is fashion correct and becoming All sizes One Lot Spring DRESSES Priced Regularly up to $22.50 CHOICE EACH Charming Httle afternoon Dresses m taffeta at various colors and smartly trimmed, BerriceaWe, good-loojcing utility dresses In excellent qualities of serge, and combinations of the two combining manj of the better qualities of each A big assortment and an attractive one, One Lot Ladies' Smart Spring DRESSES--Priced Reg. up to$32.50 CHOICE EACH In this lot aro Drewes of Ore better sort fashioned for street, afternoon and utility wear Practically no limit to the new style effects and trimmings Choose from all good colors and an} required size for women and misses Wise is the woman who makos her selection today E^cT W»a»»'s Snit In the Store is Seduced. Fnc« Bednc- lions Xeeesritate a Sbght Charge for Alterations. NOTE! Kayser doves $1.00 to $2,00 Values Pair 75c Kayser long silk gloves in black and white,--16 buttons --sizes 5y 2 to 81/3 A wonderful value Children's DRESSES Extensive Display in White and Colors Children s sheer white 1 ttle Summer frocfcs in excellent qualities of batiste lawn organdie and voile Pretty trimmings to ma'cb. In all suc« C to 14 »oars, at $1.95 to $15. Children s gingham dresses in stripes bars and checks of tl6 customary appropriate colors In all si/es 2 to 14 years at 69c to $C"~0. An Echo of the White Sale in These HANDKERCHIEF Specials --Women's two-toned embroidered initial handkerchiefs, not all initiate SET in bo^c Bqmlar SIM Talne S9c. --600 women's plam linen hemstitched handkerchiefs to sell at 18c eaeh; 3 for 50c. "Wholesale price today as much as our retail price. --200 children s colored embroidered handkerchiefs with shell edge, lOc value Special at J5c dozen; 3Se for siic. --300 women's hand loom embroidered corner handkerchiefs with crochet edge wiite only, 3 in box Special at 59c hot. --Women s plain m hire and colored embroidered handkerchiefs slightly soiled. 25c and 35c values Special at 19c each. SPECIALS! In Toilet Goods of First Quality --100 Hair Brushes witli genuine solid ebony backs pm bns- tels imported to retail at 51 00 to $2 00 each--special at S9e. --50 Ebony Clothes Brushes, various shapes $1 25 values,-special at S9c, --300 Soap TabJets Incjudjug almond coeoanut oil peroxide and geranium 15o \alue--spec- ial at 12Kc cale; $1.40 dozen. --Pine bone tooth brushes, 25c values ISc. ·--Large bor ^felba Pace Powder with, chamois, white, flesh na f - ural and brunette--50c bor. SPECIALS! Chosen from the Art Needle Section --100 boxes Oxford Knitting Yam S balls to bos, slightly irregular m weight, otherwise all fine worsted of the customary Minerva quality, value 5*00 the box Special at $3.00. Cretonne Poici Cushions pink and blue floral de-signs Special at 20c. --Stamped Turkish Towels Jarge si/e good quality, 65e each. --Stamped spoon towels of good qualit; bleached crash stamped m appropriate designs--Special at JOc cnoh. G01D BOND STAMPS PAT 4% (Mf TV HAT YOU SJ?ET--SAVE THEM. Yough House RESTAURANT Under Iicw Management. A Clean Quiet Place for Your Family to Eat Let Us Know What You Want and Ho\v You Want It. GOOD SERVICE 3Iis. C. J. Armstrong, Prop. BEAD TEE COUKIEE. hHICHESTER SPILLS V ,r--v THE DIAilOJiJ BJLAJtB A -- rtr ^ luy · Demrritt. AUc'orClIl Oli DlAliUND BRAND FI S, for X Tears -news is Best, Safest, Always Reliable SOlDBYDRLGQlSTSEVERYWIiESF IF IT'S AT THE AKCADE IT'S GOOD THE THEATBE TTHEEE THE SHO^\ IS ALWAI'S GOOD WEEK OF MAY 27TH, MATKvEE A3D XIGHT. KBLGOEE'S BEAl'S UTD BELLI S I'Kl SI M' "Rich Miss Single" 15--P10PLE--15 15_PEOPLE--15 A BIG MUSICAL COMEDY OF THE BEITER CL4SS, On the Sorsen--Helen Holmes in The Lost Express." Beautiful Singing and Dancing Chorus PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS . .. WHO ADVERTISE UT THIS PAPER

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