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P4.GE FOUK. fHE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVH.LE, PA. TLESDAY MAY 28 1918. HENRY B SSY0ER, Founder o.oa EdUor 1S79 191*. K. M. SNYDER. President. J\S. J rHJSCOia* Seoy and. Treasurer Busluwss liunaee- JOHN L CANS Man LtliS Editor W UAi.lt S 3TIMMEU CJt Editor MttaS Ll^Vti B IClVCEUL Society Ed tor MEMBER OV \«TOdateil Preas Audit iu e~u of Circulation Pennsylvaxi'a Associated I ailic* Two cents per cop 50c per month Jo per year by mail 1C paid In advance Adored as second class matter at the pootofflce. Connells\ille Pa. The Italian Soldier As Fighter and Patriot By "Will Irwin One thing which \merlca has not oaougb. understood about tbc Italian in this war i a his nagn ficeni quality ia a fightei Probably the greatest little army the world ever aiy watj that of Julius Ga.tb.ir T t was made ar not of proud l.om n cmzcrs as we are accu tonivd to th nl bu,, of Italian uw unpeople one peasants Vs I watched tne Italian army on the alps the. hills of the Carmj. and the rocks ot the Car o I w ib iJiposSiU-le--but Uie nave done it. Nowhere n. this war has there been more miraculous lighting than -- LABO^I KS GOOD Wfig-ca StGMly v i r l *FPb V.VJ 111 C \ N M \ ^ C \ M f a r M V N U F \CTbR ING COMP V N ^ Dunbar I enna 18 n i v l t W VNTLD--G1HL TO III f I \\ 1H gerero.1 house vorh Out of to MI Goo home for r * lit p u-cj I or i f r ici~ call 300 Raci. s*rcol or GGl PS TOM- BRO1IH I S !S ti"t* FOP SMiLi--I h- L P I \ I \I I I U compict i l c 1111 i" U f r m u ufac urtnp of ice en im Goo i tr \^ Tuney have QOQt, liah has been bhort on DO WITT Bell _00 \t ^ c i t t d i l Pa ' Sn iv5t for Uie sue condjct of modern war-- h on. aud coal for example T w o she JtVFMG, M\\ -'$, 191$. Ora»e Courier 1 * SerUoe Mac ·WELL.IAM P SHDRM\N Hospital Unit L Ataenc^n Ex pedltlonan- orccs t r^nce RALPH ^ SliJOIbl Compan H 31»th infantry b S, N A. Camp Lee Patersburs va- MICII Vt i. GPEN A.L O ILAl OLD PIC HEY Battery E Held Artillery 231^ Dl^nsion U S N G UX\ D B COX Company F 37th Engmtera "0 S A. Fort M^cr \ a. JULIUS CI OL-SE Compauj L 3"th E»n, neera » (Kailwar) AT trican 3 tpo ftltVonary F rt,« t rat ce JAAIES J McPVKTLAKD Corrpanj D 53-d !· n mecrs irwar) Fcrt Ben amin Harrl«on Indiinzp I s Indiana, ha»--a up* i abundance of ni,at m a CjU ilit} ud hi^h irtelhgcuct. I . must n e v e i be lort,»uea ihftt he ce truck feat o£ Capo etto was not a m i l l ar aluinb jv tudr rfsemblance of what d fe^it at was *i break in the n o i L u l c we Lnou of Caesar b artm Cacar 3 o* a ection of the a mj caused uo men w t are toid w e i o b^e^-d eaters j b cj\»ardie^ but by ins Uious prop ,,!,, ^ 1.1 i- . . . . __. _ i i .1-- ~ ....i. tUmt, ca_i lappet o ^ i ' It will not happen muc as w e ha\e heard a little g aln a lit le o 1 ^ eru all Uioj g«uida eep That s true of needed in a pFnch _o keep them fit t oncx to ia irm inj, artd conqUtrmj, That s true of again and muc -- .. ,, -the Italian ^olUie^ toda\ Ca.esar 3 j of Jiat detc LI w e have failed o give arrn virtualh indented the pimciplt* idll value to \vhat foUowe-d \\ay are ot milltarj en D nee ring tor a Jiou j Uie Hncb now locked on the Tiave sand years there was scarce y an im j in lead of below \ en c, 01 Bologna Mi an It Js uecaube. aa army pro\ement on tuen method In this ar the Italian arraj lias revolution ued engmeenng Caesar s eg^oas ivt"e short stubbj ^.tout men, with for close quirters i hich seemed ut erlj dtfcatea wjthm it tlit, valoi and the gcmus to turn ind dt.il a dazzling blow artille-y icir Ult,ir Member f The rd Pre»* Tt*« Associated Fre^s is ex clusl.e y entitled to th» use Cor republican on f ' a\i uews dia patches creU tt.d to It or no othtrwuo credited In th a pap-r and olio the local news pjbtisherl herein. V* 1U1 a iW-W3lUU HJl t;iWJe - q.U t i m L B LlLit^ J ttl L l i l C "J" Jjunc LLUJCJL \s ^\ ith their short bwords they carved supplies gone Uiey stopped Lhe out the Roman empire Xn Italian j tnans dead on tlic Piavc by the sheer infecuj baitahoa on the march looka valor oE thur race in bojlt like a troop of ttid lie-weight , Yn other, thing whic^ w e ha^c per wrestlers, and m close quai ers they I hdia not undu 3 tcod about luUy -are ^tili nearly invincible One w o u l d | this wifl bt, a surprise I think to have to kno"w the Italian front and most \merican= -- i that previous to realize the infimte difficulnes ot hai our own coraul tntranco iito the war terrain whereon t^eri, was not before t o( lileriuon there was more Ymcri the disas(e r a mrle of level ground I can JDUuonLe in the Italian arm than \VANTFD--L \BpRI S \S!l l t \ N D IPTS hell cr rnecl c i - ri en Steady worjt La) ore s .j^i/, c nts firemen 4 cents por 1 u ot cr work paid in proportion \ "lj n person at tlic W7 ST ^liNN POWJ R P L V N f r c n n o l l s \ He Pi I n i10t i OH Kk\r--ri HMII^II r OOM 'OS Norti Third street West Side toi PF NT--OM Tin L flat It n u l r c 0 ^ int. -^tr t FOI1 m-\T--^HIU ^ VM T^ roon apartments 1 LO 1L.NCL SMI f O R Rt N T -- I I H"N SHTD LK H'*' hn ii,ol ecpli ff r on n*) last Craw fo d R m a ^ t f t OR HI NT--1 I T-NiSIifc-D "OCWS f n r h p h t boo*;ekeepi ih 113 o u u t h Sixth street, "tt cst Eld 28nv It t o d FOR Rl-KT--niPT I- LIfj-I C HOL SI koopiiiK rooms Ihe of b u l N J c il dron- Trl State 815 I 00 is u t h 1 ice. jo app-eciate what wonderful things they ha\e done Eirly m IMG I stood one afternoon in tbe old pmitentiao buildin^ at an-v othei a ong tbe Iiac. They had among them at l6a,st two Hundred thousand luen \\ o had lived and worked in V nenca man of Uie-m OU, Ohi V I LU 1»KU)E. If the oun men w n o bac S^ne out from Connell-.v Ue ana vicmi j to Inip halt the Hun and dri\ 2 nun b4ck \vacnce he came could ba\c had a. g U4» a e 01 cLt. secnea w h c i irariied thecloaeof the Second Rec Cros, \Sai Fuau cMnp^^ii last mu there w o u l d be no doi Ji le't i 1 t r nainds about the willu^neba a i d dearmii a lion, of the people b«ek a aie to pio -vide for e\ei need of n s great agency \vhicii onugs tt tout.- ot tender merc 1.0 tae iruscij ol iLe i wounded and n the aw'u '·ohtude o f f c the dying Ihe fact that $6SOeu or irorc thai one and oae hai time U e quoui o r the district was suj-e ii J eoi^sejo a- mf-^agc to the j c ^ -)-er Theie that will h anen them u Lice 'he mtst fiitT uut taskb of the r grea u i dertal- m^~a.nd su 3 a n i u he hour a that wil n ihei- oul ^luk tlic ra !.£ o J ·* i i 0 n fi cent sum vill give hec - certain nj^asure of he interest n concein w« here at borne have m thei t com fo^ asA welfare n o t n r g hort 01 actual w i nt o the p t ) d clo ing of h Gradi^a look UL, across the 1 on/o to naturalized cm/ens who heard the Mo-te San Mieheie along \vho*e bum call o£ the laud of their birth fi^ht mil the line* w e r e locked It is an ing the battle of freedom and rc~ abruin hogback of a mounuun and the i turned to take part It liaca had lorced their wav up it j I^aJ/ ha, suUered--we ivbo have "oot b foot My coomanion aa ILU! i seen her in the var alone loiow how -n officer jr icd to me and su.id \ much "VVt. have most of our buffer month or so ago I haa bord Kitchen i mg u he ore V s ^Lateve- ise do or at this very r;rdo* to ua ch an for her cdi "CNC: repa^ our debt i=he i oit b VLC-- roatAi o r L J js r rs 3 io/^n for -5 ct,ntb F L T i 1 GH \JaSO 1^3 dmorc Pa. Smaj t I eil faALI.--.LSI- D F I \\OS 31oN t-reton $ I J So"Ji r 5 5 J t . w n t ? l G j fine ct n lit on 3 I TKl t WL1M i- or SAiib--c 1 VUB \Gfc i r ANTS T do-ien Cor "- e( n^ -,p cia. r U r b\ tlio tl) u ind it. \ L,IL,LIBRin(. I !indmj.ri blrect Soutli Coinells Hie _8 VLJ " t" uere "U e had t o d him what we to do -The piolimmarj w ] t h the rt-t of the entente all es lor two years be d biek with, her naked FOH SVJ 1,-- TOM \TObb GOOT) ·sticl 3 pla. as not forcv 1 $1 00 pe ^ u n l 1 II f II "JV. VI D Tl I rfer ·tf n airce-t Tr State pi ono wa-, over and the troops "ands the I arh^nan horde 'Vom our were abou t o 3O o \ t r the op toid hoi«s as ^ell as from her o w n uehener said but it is mpo b sible \Mate^ t r the n mediate cau^c-b whicli Ju 1 - ben ou- n en went o \ e r w t u t roughr h i in o tho war tht, gre it up tbe hil^id^ iookug f o L he e Uko u n d r U m t o cju^o--at that Ume /e)t a .v\u n 01 Kit' i me bhe\ poured but not ·* e w h o l b cxprc%ed-- was mtc the Y i t i l a n ir L ncii(^ Fatten the b u r r i n g o \ e of dtmocrocj In n n ute* pa ed befor w c \ £ *· ure Hie h u m a n fan ilj of free iiitiont she ua h e i aad = HCK. T h e i Loi 1 is oui is or--nob!u \ L loot, i i it be ei tu~nc{' IQ rie and iaid It i Muciblt 01 S \jjL--ONt 131 O\ I- H U \ N T Co n t r \ e l u h I ft o \ c r h a u ! 1 ^ew. t i t ·? best (.ondUion Bir^n n f sot 3 b 'or t h e ·* li "ft i 1 d ocutra.tL. Ct!l at I "SbAH ATjTU Co D u n bar la. Icll n 2*ma it : t r i m U sf net e-i don t ce-i le ai % to f t Jth tJ LT il J l u n d o the r objLC u s \ c o i m ul br iks tin. \ r a line ir t relortn e the J f t tli U tl f ^ u K e- a bac.1 , t «. o r n of 1 e i.enn in In t\^-tii o i *.JAJ toll n eau i ne t i l l ! a* : tO £ i If I el i f * i c p sf ms to be tl e r t i i £. caj it.n ;t u com« u w i l l co^t nore - o u r bire f t c L un!ct= . t ^ j t n 1 i r · w o u l d tra-h o lu r to couip ^ rezd the real uicaii -, c he »[ which actiated the peop n contrit urlng ^ tl is un i f or i LUOUS a was the succe 3 o tit T u rf Lib ri bond uimpais ^°i-h ab i re nl c splendiu nice 101 and fi e ctc-pc a uon between tl e people a d tlu ta.m- and aa an i%owal 01 th purpobc to stand beh nJ he govtrnii i t n r t i l rh war \ o the cj'np^igi j^ clo ec, va-» mo e ruh an i \ p r t s on 01 n diMdual ntJTient tj\ d the bo who are D^htm^, for i s In IK b o i d ca-mui^r \e did no whoUj r o i g e t tea a st *i ineiest was bo ng ^er\ed w h ( I e v^e ^eic com i^S o H -i 1 of the -,0V ra u_n In the R d Cro^s can p B w e were In fiuenced by no such con-adoration 11 Imoel t,d bj an «n clfi li ccsire to h o l p equip 1 c I e1 C"o = * 11 l«aic-l PARADE WlTMIN A 5S li C Pi cV band of I eisenr ng L ( f i c d obacLer directed the move ·rents ot- he employes o f hii sto'-e u s u i r r t d js Hod Cross ·vvor'kfrb re I c e i v nc; i 1 cai x reception as they I jsfecrt T i e I t?j~.eur n n un 1 Trott r emplo\e of toe H ( Fnck Coko er ipar\ !00 per cent Hod Crossers u re fr I o vert by the B ^ 0 I iuploPa K u ( ro club t and and B . O Ucd t, t s ,, i tfim *u ci nt* nrieni I i u i li 01 marched da a aicrrbcr of l e band bi\ men bearirg a large canvas {ii wi « h i h ippca r ed the Hed Cross ,01-Mem f a l l o w e d $1 and *2 and ?5 biils I J n d to each arm of tl e cross lu D a i muta 10.1 10 btiil o hers n t h e rt o \ r c t c j aele Tin U . O \ t t e i a i b n l a i g p n n b r-i and he *i i. O i iae in s w er folio d b^ a t,rou (l _o r_en n m,hni 3 in he f o i l i I t Hed CrooS ( oneo'- li i 1 od^e \ j 4 a J bons C Itah t j i ( c it d In th r service iJig \\ s th«. ne^t u n i t in Im Da\idson ^ ipknt 1 i of th I i c k ("ok companv uiotl er I ? u IK: out lied Cro -. O roi p ver} I proud \ dis l i v e d a b i n i c r a u n o u n c ? E ^ r of SI 112 to t) e ra e / i a i l , rnncl u is t e i ipobii ^, FOI SM r--G-l VF!»/\1 STORl LO CT.ted In Fajtt Sr jtttl i t or Klm-vvlew, \v u i n x o f c t . i bout S 9 OOO 00 Am i draft ts on ^ r t-on f r sMli"*. C f OROF G MI VM Sc jttcl i!«s I-a Bell phon 4C It £ T n ^ j - ( t ' ton SVL.!--- i i ro D\TI U S K R I i 1 i B «t 1 cjtion In V vndorbllt- iiirj-a n t q u c l i buvcr P u-von t r sdllnj, if ten I in enlb« Cal hHh phone'? KUBFVT LINT \An5*"-bi t Hotel 23ma7«t" i-oii sut-^lTr-KK nousi Tick- rpo n. fi 1 ( h ha I u o d ftuisl J K r it,?jou 1 ir 1 od t ors hot wit r 1- f i rt J ^ t jO One ' tl o mn^t uUr-if~:lv mc^ in hi. r i t y In . lo -\1 B nk - f , 2 ni t. p ^ \ i i _-%) i i ] ] in i M 1^14 \\ nl -I!A ·N Mr tier oa 191f » u«i*t J.h r f r c ! a r m?e 79 ^ ? rd " nd-Jitr i t 1 1° H u Kon one I'M \Vni!y- I nil ht ont. in 1 one h i l f t f f r s r rr, PI N R \ P ALTO C t Ml VNT. B 1 S3 J u n l AT P ft imavtt ( ^-7-- I \ [ ! N ! 1 M I I RS I 1 H^OI n i] j rt n nt I m ^ - n V, tck r n r r t i 1 i ^ i*\ S u l l r v. r I f r uir i to I K S I f G \ P f O N i ^ t ! ii I i r-nen s ''"rn i v l t Live stock is marketed from farmer to consumer at a io\Are! cost than almost any other farm product. The United States Department of Agriculture reported in 1916 that the farmer gets for his cattle "approximately two~thirck to ths ee-fourtlis" of the final retail price paid by the consumer for the resulting beef. Under normal conditions, the farmer's share of retail prices of various farm products is approximately as follows: Butter 71 per cent CATTLE 66% to 75 per cent Eggs 65 per cent Potatoes 55 per cent Poultry 45 per cent Fnats 35 per cent The difference between farmer's price and retail price represents the necessary-expenses of packrng, freight and wholesale and retail distribution. Swift Company not only performs the manufacturing operations of preparing cattie for market in its well-equipped packing plants, but it pays the freight on meat to all parts of the United States, operates 500 branch distributing houses, and in most cases even delivers to the retail butcher. All this is done at an expense of less than 2 cents per pound, and at a profit of only about % of a cent per pound of beef. Large volume of business and expert management, make possible this indispensable service to the live-stock raiser and to the consumer, and make possible the large proportion-of retail prices received by farmers. Year Bool: of interesting and m- stnfctrve facts sent on request. Address Swift Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Qfinots Swift Company, U. S. 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J MJiS i Hciu e I l L.S roil K l T C H b \ C J \1 M b U L O N O estaur i n t " a y t f h c c m f l , J T \ngle The Parochial cl ool h~n ^c\ t\ptct that \ve ^vould O" - P n ' j c 1 .··ne I ( a d t . s un " uur command O f Captain r "e n H t s,Iiow ng The G i m p w T. r r Ut i 1 1 j U 1 electi [men s tli^tr cts. lc-o ne One of t i e te^l , r i ^ (beginning to r t al s. 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