The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 29, 1918 · Page 8
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 29, 1918
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT. THE DATLT COtJKTEK,,· CONNELLSVILJ1JE, PA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1918. Store Closed In Honor of the Men of That Day and of This Day Who 1 Have Given Their AH for Liberty and Old Glory . " ' XATIOXAX LEAGUE. Vestcrday's Results. Boston 6; Pittsburg 2. .Cincinnati-Chicago, rain. No other games scheduled. .: Standing of the Clnljs, W. L. I New York 23 j'Chicago _ 22 '. Cincinnati . 20 . Pittsburg ._ Boston ----_ Philadelphia St. Louis .._ Brooklyn -- 15 15 14 TALLEST PITCHER SIGNED f Bill Knss. the tallest pitcher 4, la. captivity, who last season g was bought by the Pittsburg |, J-irntes for $3,000, 1ms been £ signed for the season to deliver | tiir the Seattle clDb In the Pa- 3,' ciflc Const International league. * J; Kuss never got very far with j| $ the Pirates owing to a sore arm * 'S developing shortly after he ar- £ * rived In Pittsburgh. He was ur»- » J conditionally released. COBB 1VSAY ENLIST AT ! END OF 1918 SEASON Today's Schedule. St. Louis at Pittsbnrg. "'.· New York at Philadelphia. Boston at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Chicago. LEAGtK. · " . " - Yesterday's Itesnlfs. ' · Cleveland 3; New York 2. -Detroit 4; Washington 2. '-Boston 1: Chicago 0. (-'-St. Louis 3; Philadelphia 2. Standing; of the Clubs. .Boston -- jNew York (St Louis ' 'Cleveland Chicago 'Philadelphia Detroit Today's Schedule. 'Washington at Boston. Philadelphia at New York. 10 AN EASY WAY TO BANISH PIMPLES If you are troubled with pimples, | hlackbeads, acne, '.·arber's itch.; lkrtclies. freckles or other skin dis: ease or blemish, now is '.he time to get rid of it with Hokira. ! ""iThis pure and simple skin healer is being Aitroduced in Conneliville by ·A. A! Clarke at the low price of S5c'. for a liberal sizt-d jar, and he has 'sold hundreds of treatments. . -- It contains no ffrea5C or aeirls. is; cleanly to use and .is a true nourish- ; ment tor .the skin, cleaaing and clear-' Ing it. in every P^rc, making it -soft. ; white and beautiful. j ·" I! Hukara does r.ot do even more 1 than is claimed for i'. and give per-1 Tect satisfaction, return, the empty jar to the A. A. Clarke Drug Stove and | he will refund your money. It you , hsve any shin trouble, you cannot spend 35c to better advantage than ' lor a jar ol this skin rood.--Adv. Ty Cobb has put a quietus on the I persistent rumors which have been go-1 Ing the rounds to the effect that he was adjusting his personal affairs ^th j tie Idea of enlisting before the season was over. The rumors originated In Pittsburgh, where ' an array officer stated that Cobb had decided to enlist and that It was only a question as to when ho j could arrange his business matters. ·with that end In view. i Cobb snys that he Intends to stick i to the Tigers tills season but that he; was thinking of enlisting at the close | of the baseball year, bat had not reached a -decision at this (point. He intimated that he had been offered a commission iu the rootor-me- chanlcs corps but could not accept because of his business affairs. It is believed that the story resulted from this fact. i WGMEN_WANTED Government Has Xecd of Many in SOT- --· era! -Branches of 1V«rk. VThe United Slate Civil Service Commission is callinj. for women ror government work of not lesr. than aflty different kind.". The list includes itenagraphers, typisis, bookkeepers, other clerks of a score or more or . classifications which require training in. some.special or technical line, statisticians, operators of various kinds of calculating. at!dre.;Mng and tlup'i citing machines; proof-readers, la clerks, welfare executive secretaries draftsmen of a dozen kind;, telegraph and telephone operators, trained nurses, chemists, pi.ysicians, library »ssistants, inspectors of undergarments,, finger-print classifiers, and : niany others. '· The commission ur ;es women to of- ler their services to the government »t"-this time of grei-.t need. Representatives of the ci'ii service commission at the postoffices in all important cities are prepared to fv.rnish denite information and application Slanis. . LITTLE DIFFERENCE IN"PLAY! Pitchers in Minors-Try to Stop Hitting, While in Majors Batters Must Hit Ball. Ping Bodle, the desperate fence destroyer, has It all figured out. Says he: "The principal difference between the game of baseball iu the big leagues and down in the sticks is as follows: "In the minors the pitchers are always trying to keep you from hitting t h e pill. In the big leagues the Jinrlers are always making you hit it. That'8 all there is to it" ARLIE LATHAM COACHING LONDON BASEBALL TEAM Indian Creek. '..""INDIAN CREEK, May 28.--Albert ' Miller ot Indian Head spent a day .in j : Connellsville oh bus'meEs. · Dave Colborn of I'ittsburg spent a · law days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. .Colborn ;it Mil! Run. John Berg of IndU'.n Head is tran'-- .acting business in Connellsville to day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose of Rogers Mill were business callers in ' iCoonellsville. The following boy; from ouv valley j left this morning for Connellsville 10 · ;l«ave for Camp Lee tomorrow: H. 1.. · .Hoover, William Marietta, Robert! ^-Titorletta. Carl Prinkcy, Charles ijBigam, Hunter Newell. Frank Eber[barter and Russell Deal. | '.' Misses Ada Rowan and Marie New- | · «|1 are spendins a few day among ! tConnellsville friends. ' Whenever the American soldier halts, on his %vuy through England to the lighting front it means a game of baseball. Under tnese conditions the English are naturally showing more Interest In the American game than "heretofore, and on Anglo-American Baseball league has been formed In which may be mentioned some real diamond stars. The photo shows Artie Lntham, Uie once fumous Giant and favorite of Oolhnni fans, who Is coaching the London team. M U HY AT T PARAMOUNTTH! M. . , ===== --TO DAV- ITS A BLUEBIRD. BIXEDI11D PRESENTS CHARMING ELLA HALL WITH EMORY .lOHNs-OX AND GRETCHEX LKDERER IN THE FASCINATING STOKY ' "A MOTHER'S SECRET" . THIS IS O.VE OF MISS HALL'S BEST PICTI'REK. ALSO A GOOD CO.MEDY AND A PATHE WEEKLY. T 0 JI 0 R K O.Vf. WORLD PRESENTS SIR 3OH.NSOX-FOHDES ROBERTSON' \YITH THE .MOST JlE.MAllKABLi; CAST EVER ASSE.MIiLED FOR STAGE OR SCREEN. IT IS ONLY BECAUSE OF T H E I R WORK BEING FOR CHARITY THAT THE BRILLIANT LEADERS OF THE ENGLISH STAG!-: ARE SEEN IN THIS PRODUCTION , "MASKS AND FACES" ALSO AN L KO COMEDY AND CURRENT EVENTS. TODAY "The Kaiser, the Beast ?fo Sncli Play Has Ever liven ^reduced in CocneJlMine. The remarkable and tromk'nul picture. II has wruDS round after round of applause from start TO linidt! and has worked audiences i n t o a tremendous pitch of enthusiasm. It must be- seen to be appreciated. -- a R llunimnd in Tkf Wichii« Enjl. have offered to do everything in your power to help win the war so Push, Offer, Talk, Advertise, Think, Order, Eat aruf SeU THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL M A T I V K K 1'OR SCHOOL WEUXJjSBAY A F T K R N O O X AT 4 O'CLOCK. Prices for for thai special hour will he 1^ cents. This will give the kiddies a chance to see the Kaiser without coming at night or missing school. There "VViJI Be One Comedy Before Larh PsTjuniinnee. Prices today 35 and 25c to £ive. all a chance lo see this v.'onderful fl play -- "The Kaiser. The Beast of Berlin." » Indian Creek Valley Railway PASSENGER TRAINS WILL CONNECT WITH B. 0. TRAINS LEAVING. CITY AT 8.25 A. M. AND 3.50 P. II. RE- TURNING ARRIVE I\ CITY AT 9.00 A. M. AND 5.50 P. M. Tbc delights ol your vacniJori bcfiin the morueut you board a D. C COM! Line Si earner for beautiful Mackinaw ULaad--for half of (he del'ibw nre i» ibe Lake voyage. Knilrnud lickeus ar« honored ou all D. . C. Line sleaincn whh' out cm a cbatcu. Thff O. C. Jnsiini.-i insures Uie bc« 3» appoint went*, cii»inr. and D3ioMakin£ turvkc. Safely uud bcahd provi»iout urc all thai could be Joirttl. AH Mcoracrs uro equipped v.-ilh latest win-let water i* dcriliicd by ultra violet rat ^IOCCKM. Two ·plendid veweU-City of Mnckinac II and City of Aipciiu Il-opi;ratefour times a week to Mackinac Ulaiid. From Toledo Mamlays mid Sniurday«^30'A. M.. Tncudays and Tli 6.00 P. M. From Detroit Monday* and Sa . days 5:00 P. M-. Wtuluetday* aud KriJay;, S;3P ( A . M . Send J-cent warnn for illustrated pamphlet and J Great Lake* map. Addre*. L. G. LEW1.S, j G. I*. A., 9 Tliird Avenue. DcCrolc, Mich. ! TO MACK1NAC ISLASU From BufWo f 9.50 Rooad trip 16.5Q Oc^Jsni) $ 7.00 Rnund trip 12,00 t'roia Tolt-do $ 6.25 ^Ru'jndtripU.OQ t'rocti D*troU IF IT'S AT THK ARCADE IT'S GOOD THE THEATBE WHEHE TJIJK SHOW IS AMVAYS GOOD WEEK. OF MAY 27TH. JTATIXEE AM) MG KiJgorc's Beans and Uelles Present (lie LnU'st, Musical Comedy 15--rEOI'LE--1.» 3.1--PEOPLE--IS Beautiful SJnginsr and Pancinsr Chorus. A Biff Musical Comedy of the Better Class. On the. Screen--Helen Holmes in "TUie Lost Express." You will be in need oi printing of some kind. Whether it be letterheads, statements wedding invitation's or public sale bills, remember we can turn out the work at the; lowest cost consistent with good work. IOCA1 AiT) LONG DfSTAJfCE JTOYQfGS. Tri-State 573. Hell SU2. W. W. 6lotfdty E esidenee 101 Haas Ave n TA. --TOIUT- Thomas H. Ince 'Presents K.N'Il) BEXXKTT in "THE KEYS OF THE BIGHTEOI'S" Also "The Sci-cen Telegram" and a Slraud Coiuudy ".My - TOMOUU01V Benjamin Cbapin in "DOWN IUV1CR," one of the series of "THE SON OF DEMOCRACY." William S. Hart in "THE PATRIOT." S1UB1" GBOTE OPENS DECO'KATIOX DAT. Kifcrle s OrclnisLra for the season, public wwldin^ at 3 P. 11. QSKXKXXXXXKXXXWQGOaCBOQQQ Horoer's I OOOCOOOOOOOOOOCOOi3OCOOC)OOO J. B. 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