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MONDAY, JULY 15, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVHJL.E. 'PA. PAGE rrvis. NEWSOFJHEDAY AT HIV PLEASANT BRIEFLY REATED Clarence Wimp-ore, Prltt*- town Youth, Seriously Hart to Mine. B UPALED ON PiT WAGON IWk 1« Ckock uJ Bl»tk of »*»·» »t imi Co«ij»»y Win IU» C*«l; K«r Howei f«r XCB. fvtmg TiMtom rosi Special to Th« Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, July 15.-- Clarwce Wlmrove, aged 18 years, was MTknuJx injured when he w m *,_ cru»h«d IE a private mine that he j J and his father. Harry 'Win*rove, wer» working at Prlttstown. Th« handle that open* the pit wagon vu run through tbe boy'* body. Breaks Am la Chink. .Mr«. Katie Lukanat, wife or'John Lokanas, aged 22 years, : » PoMnh woman, tell in church yesterd*)r and fractured one of her arms. Sh« wai taken tn the hospital. Bnadre* Fiftj Oreas Banked. On« hundred and fifty ovens h«.v» been closed down at tbe Standard mints. The coal will be ihipped from the shaft Instead of tnakinE it into coke. As not enough houses are at .'Standard to house the men being employed there, three new double house* of .one-story with three rooms to aach side have been built as temporary quarter* lor the families. F«*d Tmla Coming. The Conservation Food Train will be at the Baltimore t Ohio depot from- 1C A. M. to 12 and 2 to 5 P. if.! Tnwdav, July 23. v There will be demonstrations of the makieg of war breads and corn breads and the saving of wheat. Preserving and canning and.drying will be taken up in another section. Along with these' trophies of the war will be shown. The exhibit is especially interesting to farmers. 'William Hitchman, local. locd administrator, will have, charge, j Mrs. M V7. Horner will h» chairman] of the reception committee and will j have women ajaointed to act on the . committee during the visit of the . train. i Mrs. Charles .If. Xoore. : Tbe body of Mrs. Charles M. Moor*, wao died-at Cresson early Sat-^ urday morning, was brought here to " ber Vine street home. Fnneral ser-. vices will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock and interment will follow in the local cemetery. Witt her husband she leaves seven sir.all children. · . ' ; · _ i Observe French noHJar. [ The local people, joined inMhe.ccle- : bratlon of Bastlle. Day last evenini; at : the Prick park. There was musio j Dp J. E. Knox and Samuel Warden. A large crowd was present and greatly enjoyed the services. Interest Appreclatort. A. H. Novak has received a letter, in aaswer to a telegram sent to the State Department, and-, reading as follows: "The department acknowledges tbe "PAY DAY."--A five act Metro attraction ID which Mr. and Sirs. Sld- ney Drew, the famous producers' ; and stars of Metro Drew comedies, .and "Over the. Road to War," showing how Cncle Sail sets there first, arc being shown today. Nothing much -more could happen in five |acts than: does happen in the dolioiously different production. "Pay Day." Two soipety women who have never appeared on ·liter tlie stage or screen. They are llrs. Samuel Zuckcr and Mrs. Margot Van'Antwerp. The picture ahows the trials and tribulations of Doris Fenton a "poor working girl," who falls in love with Kirke Brentwood, a heartless -villain In evening clothes.. Poris goes to Jail to save Kirke but the stone-hearted "cur" targets her and marries another^ He even rour- 9 this woman and costs tUe guilt on Doris who has served her sentence. How the villain moets his doom at the hands of the .girl .whote love he trifled with if shown in scenes replete with surprises and thrills., Tuesday and Wednesday, William Han will appear in 'Tt' Ixm* Avenger," a great Westers »n* exciting picture.play. Thursday June Elvidge, supported by John Bowers, will be featured in "Redemption,", a five part World attraction. Friday and Saturday "Routh and Ready," a nvo reel Standard Fox attration, -la which William Farnum it ie«n in a AMERICAN WOUNDED AT PARIS RED CROSS HOSPITAL ·oioiera wno J»TV ocen wonnacn ana nave oeea cured tor IB tn« American Ked Urosx nospltal la -*arifl, which WM formerly known « Tioetor Blake'* hospital. . . . m DAILT SHOT AT KAISER FOK HOME FOOD SAVHS HATIOSAL LEAGUE. TestertaySi Reiilt*. Chicago 9; Philadelphia 5. Cincinnati 9; New York 5. Boston 8; St. Louis 4. Boston 4; St. Louis 3. Staading of tte Clubt. W. L. r WILLIAM FARKW11 DIRECTION WU.IAM RH Chicago JNew York _ (Pittsburg Philadelphia Cincinnati _ Boston r - '· Brooklyn __ iSt. Louis -55 _38 --, 35 _30 32 Today's Schedule. [Brooklyn at Pittsburg. | Philadelphia at Chicago. Boston at St. Luuis. New York at Cincinnati. X LKAOPE. Te«t«rday'» Bcsslts. Detroit 7: Washington 0. Cleveland .7; New York ]. Home-made drier to be set ou top of stove ur range. It u made of gal- vaniud iron. This and many other suggestions will be found in the free drying book which the National War Garden Commission o{ Washington will send to any one for a two-cent stamp to pay postage. splendid role, will be shovn. OKi-HEUI THEATRE. Standing of the Clnlis. W. L. -47 33 _« 35 38 40 30 40 45 46 j Boston ' -:New York 'Cleveland Washington -! St. "Louis ! Chicago iD.eiroit 46 _..3S --38 --33 _30 "RICH MAN, POOR MAN" features j Ehiladelphia eirl «0io is reared in a. .boarding' Tortnj's Schedule. \vucre she meets and loves a Chicago at Boston. Pet. .558 i .651 j .5481 .506 .494; .487' .423 .395 young man. Through a forgery of i . which she is ignorant, committed by! a man .who seeks solely to promote her happiness, she is accepted by a ; crusty old financier as his grandchild, j his daughter's daughter, whom he bad 1 disowned for marrying against his receipt of your telegram of July 2. i wlsh - "· Develops that the man Betty thanking you for the statement re- j l o TMf is '. m rKact ' lh , e sranason of the .fflrmins the attitude of the United I »monairc. but when the lmp osture States government towards the as- j ! s revealea lhe old man retuses to « lve pirations for freedom of the Czecho- ? « » « ' · TM° b ' **!«"·*· * Detroit at Washington. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Cleveland at New York. Slovak. 1 ; and the Jtigo-Slavs." Personal. George Tedrow, who brought his wife Sere to spend a fe«r weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hood, took Miss Margaret Hood back with him for a two week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. William Roblnnon of East End, Pittsburg, arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kobertson of Moore- wopd. Ohiopyle. July 15.-- Mrs. Roger Welsh and daughter. Miss Eleanor. who have spent .the past month here with her mother, Mrs. Alice Holt, returned Friday to their home at Wells- burr. W.V*. ' forever banish the sunlight she has brought into pis sordid and cold life. The ultimate climai is reached by means of a-series of unusually effec- tvie-scenes, all of the most gripping character. AUCADE THEATRE. Coming to the. Arcade theatre is Hal Hoyt's. Gee Whiz company. From al.L reports this ^comuany is scoring a worderful hit over the Gus Sun time. and should prove to be one of the best tabloid offerings at the Arcade theatre in a long time. The ca?t includes Hal Hoyt, well known in Connells- villt; Earl Wilcox, Harry Chapmmn. a chorus, of seven real singers and dancers;- the company also feaiureft four vaudeville acts. On. the screen Mr. and Mr». John Shmnaker and | Monday and Tuesday will be Helen daughter Nellie tave returned to their j Holmes in "The Lost Express." This home at Mount Pleasant after a several days' visit with relatives on Gar- .rett street Alex Hamilton of Vanderbilt, is the guest of hia son and daushter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hamilton. · S. Crothers wa among tbe Connellsville and Uniontawn callers Saturday. . ' : . Miss Lola Morrison returned to her home here afttr a lev days spent at Confluence. Mrs. A. J. Colborn and daughter. Miss Edith of Connellsville, ar« the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Bailey on Sherman street Mis:i Roberta Bailey, who has been visiting in Connellsrille, ha* returned to her home here. Mis.i Helen Jones ti visiting in Pittsburg with friendc. William GroMr, who had a sale on Thursday, ts moving to West Browns- vtlle. where he will reside. Mr. Grove r has be«n a prosperous farmer here for a number of years. Dickerson Run. DIC'KEESON Joseph .Snyder Alverta. Mrs. Charles Rathburjs. and RUN. July. 13.--Mrs. and daughter. Miss feature is being followed by a large clientele, for the daring that is constantly displayed by the. principal star, Helen Holmes. Wednesday and Thursday, "The Woman and the'Web" will be presented. This serial deal's about the present war situation in Kuaiia. MACCABEES LOSE j Local Ball Team Drops First Game ! in 11 to Star Junction. : The Coancllsville Maccabees were; have won 10 games and Saturday's the score being 5-4. The Maccabees have won 70 games and Saturday's was their first defeat. Star Junction has made the rounds of the coke ri- gion teams and has not met defeat. RESTAURANT Under Sew Haiagcment. A Clean Quiet Place for Your Family to Eat. Let Us Know What You Want and How You Want It. GOOD SESVTCE. lire. C. J. Armstrong, Prop. HUSBAND SAVES WIFE From Suffering by Getting Her Lydia E. Pinkham'* Vegetable Compound. Pittsburgh, Pa.--" For many month* I was not able to do my work owing to a weakness- which caused b a c k a c h e and headaches. A. friend called m y attention to one of your n e w s p a p e r advertisements and i m m e d i a t e l y my husband., b o u g h t three b o t t l e s of I^diaE. Pinkham's V e g e t a b l e Comp o u n d f o r m e . After taking two bottles I felt fine and my troobles caasad by that weakness are a thing of the past. All women who suffar as I did should try Lydia E. Pinkhsm's Vegetable Compound."-Mrs. JAS. ROHKBERC, 620 Knapp St, N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. Women who suffer from any form of weakness, asindicated by displacements, inflammation, ulceration, irregularities, backache, headaches, nervousness or "tbe bines," should accept Mrs. Rohr- berjr's suggestion and give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a thorough trial. For over forty years it has been correcting such ailmenta. If you have mysterious complications write for advico to Lydia E. Pinkhnm Mediiine Co., Lynn, mass. TO PEOPLE WHO CHAFE Over one hundred thousand people in this country have proved that no4hin£ relieve* the soreness of chafing as quickly and permanently as "Syfcea Comfort Powder." 25c at Vinol and other drug atores. Trial Box Free. The Comfort Powder Co., Boston, Man. hHICHESTER SPILLS Vir -TI«MJU«H»MU2,lfc /. -*^Star Junclion 'will Tuesdaj* to settle i game played June 20. play California 15-inning tie I Indian Creek. INDIAN CHEEK, Jnly 13.-- Andrew Hawk of Stewarton, was a business caller here today. · Mrs. Jake Bull and sou Harry of Jones Mill, are spending today among Connellsrille Irlendi. Mrs. H. W. Smith and son Hsrry of Connellsvllle, are spending tod«y here. Mrs." A. itt. Hamilton and lira. H. TV'. y[iller are today.- among Mrs, rJdward Orion were shopping i n } iontown today. Vttt«*i»iror U0ctni4.ii. ! Yir T . "Vf n"CV» . .- Conhellsville friends and 9happtng. . J. Melts, superintendent (or the Ruat Engineering company, is transacting business in Pittsburg. Misa Lillian Bradley spent a short while here among friends. Mr. and Mrs. F.-W. Debarko and children are spending today aiaong ConnellSTille friends and shopping. A. B. Kern- of Mill Run. is transacting busines in Connellsville and Un- yesterday. J. rland .[rora Jones Mill, Mtss Amanda Bel] of Monarch, was!will spend over Sunday among Con- the guest o_ Mrs. James Beatty lasilnellsville friends. ·Yening. Mrs, VT. C. Durbln was shopping in Plttsbtirg yesterday. J. J. Reynolds,of Jersey City, N, J., wns s. business caller here yesterday. Mre. Richard Sldow was a Connells- »ill« shopper yesterday afternoon. JUy Nertjle. T. D. Scttuyfer anci WUifara Ramsey wer« Pittsburs bus! EMS callers yesterday. James Cole of Letsenring, apent a day here among frieads. .William Halsonz; sugcrintendent Smith field. SMITHF1ELD, · July 15.--Gallatln j lodge, No. 517, t. 0. 0. P., in conjunc- ! tlon with Lady Gallatin lodge, D. 0. ' R.. I. O. O. F., will dedicate a service flag in memory of the six members that are in the service of the United States, at the I. 0. 0. F. hall on Saturday evening. July 20. Befresbments \rtll be served to all present.. Both orders are in a flourishing condition. Lady Galtetin, D. 0. R,, took in last Thursday night by reinstatement and initiation 36 memberfi. Mrs. Leslie Campbell, whose husband is in tbe war. has taken one of the R. P. D. routes from this office. She took the examination at Uniontown Saturday. Thomas Zebley of this place, wa» slightly injured .by a fall of slate in' the York Bun mine one day last week, j He is laid up at his home here from : the effects of the injury, which is not | thought to be serious. . j Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Hastings went to Little Falls, W. Va., Saturday, where they will visit relatives over Sunday. The Daughters'of Rebecca will hold a festival on the public square Saturday,-tie 27th insL, the proceeds of which .will be devoted to the Red Cross. . SOlDBVDBDOQlSTSEVERYWHERf Is it on oiir subscription list? We will guarantee you full value FOB YOSIB Emphatically Asserts Worn Out, Lagging Men Can Quickly Become Vigorous and Full of Ambition 7 A DAY FOR 7 DAYS 3on*t blara* tbe man ·who 10 pernet- { M-Uy tireil; h!« filooa needB-more red corpuscles and hl» brmin Juid n«rv«« are craving for food. Given the right kind of m«dicin«, any tired-out, InacUva, lagging fellow can quickly b«-mad« into a real live, *ucrtfetlc and even ambitious ma*. So »*y« » itndeitt of the nervous ·r0t«n wtoo advises all m«n and woinen who feel worn out and who find It hard to get up ambition ·Dough to take a regular Job to get a p»ck«ff« of Blo-feren at any drug-gist- Thii !· th« new .discovery that pharmaclata are. recommending be- · cause It !· not expansive and speedily put* vig-or and ambition * wl»o deapalrea of ever am anything In life, People whoae Jftto people ounting to nerves have been William L.rnn of Ruble, vas a bor-| wrecked by too-rapid »vlng, too much , , , _, , ! tobacco or alcohol, have ree-ain*d their otigh visitor Saturday morning. vVil- liam Lynn, ,Ir., the last son he has. at. old-time conrtdene* and energy In )··* than two weeks. Ho matter from what eatut* rour nerves went back on you; no matter how run down, nervous or tired out you are, get an original paokaff* of Bio-feroD' at once. Take two tablet* after each- racal and one before bed- . time -- seven a day for seven daya -then one af-ter *uch meal till all are jrono. Thr-n if you still lack ambition; If your nervee are not steady and you haven't the energy that red-blooded, keen-minded men possess, your purchase money.- will be gladly returned. N«te' to Phr«lcl*M»i There Ifl Qo Beeret about the formula of Eio-fereo, It IB printed on every package, Hop» It is: . lecithin; ph.OBphate : Iron nese Peptonate ; Powdered Genti Olearesin Capsicum; Kola, , Calcium Glycero- Feptonate; Manga- Eit. Nua: Vomica; n; Phenolphthalein; FatrtwiM MVflffUMt. home, has received his card to report for military! duty.; The other son was in .the first draft and is !n camp somewhere. A nephew that was visiting him, from "Wilkes-Earre about -the same time, was ordered to .report to his local board at Wilkes-Barre, so that now Mr. Lynn says be is left without anybody and is all alone. The date lor the annual Sheets Hill picnic has been set for August 3. The j Methodist. Episcopal Sunday school, of Sraithifield has voted to · attend in a ' body. -The proceeds will go to the j Red Cross; Russell Wilson, a Baltimore Ohio for the Rogers'Coal company at Ro-| brakeraan or this place; had* the half.i ere. Mill, will wheels, of an engine in the- yards here {· Saturday mortiing. He had formerly j *een a fireman on the engftie,' and on {. account 6f his not being_able to" standI tbjB.work took, a job' as brakeman. .He · was.taken to the Unipntown.'hospitai- in Scott Gilmort's fcutomobile,; . . 1 ·»niiiy at Dun bar. · -' ind Mrs. HJ B. Brown are spend.^*ay among Coniaellsrill* friends. _ Advertise for it'in p'jr c.'assifisd col- OB* cent -.'word, ' ' 573. DcJl 842. LOCAL "AITD. LONG DISTANCE MQTINGS. .Residence 101 Haas Aye,, , PA. W. W. Giotfelty Features the Opening Pays of This Those who were here the first days will he walking advertisements of the Saving Opportunities of this Clearance Sale. Buy All You Need at These Prices As No One Knows When They Will Come Again 55c 89c 29c 55c Women's Waists, up to $2.00 value, tit _____ Men's Arrow Collars SHY FOR _ _ "Quick Suds" Laundry , Soap at *± 95c- Suit Cases. 26 inch Children's Gingham Dresses, special Clean-up Wash Skirts, up to $3 value, at 48c Corset Covers,' . special at --__ Pine quality Coutil Corsets . 15.00 COATS DRESSES - - Thursday we will.feature one lot of Jfomen's and Misses' Coats and Dresses at $5.00 that will create a_sensation when they are placed on sale at this ridiculously low price. Be here early for the best choice. Afternoon and Evening Dresses up to $35.06 One special lot of Women's and Misses' Evening Dresses, value to $35.00, and Afternoon Dresses value to $15.00, will be featured Thursday at ?S.95. Up to $7.95 Wash Dresses Featuring Women's and Misses' very newest style Wash D/esses of Tub Proof Ginghams and Fancy Voiles- Regular $7.95 values at only $5.00. 19c 29c 22c 28c Biaclt Children's up to 35c Hose, sizes 4 to 9, par pair at ___ __ Women's 35c Black or White Lisle Hose, per pair Women's 90c Pure Thread Silfc Hose -Women's 38c fine Gauze Vests - 69c Women's 25c fine Summer Vests Women's 75c fine Gauze Union Suits Misses' 48c lace trimmed Union Suits -- 35c new Dress Gingfiams, per yd. at -64 in. Table Damask 65c value, per yd, _ 21c 44c 39c 21c 48c 22c full Bleached Toweling, per.yd. 35c Huck Towels, size 18x36, at 25c Amoskeaeg Apron Ginghajn, per yd_ 36 in. best Percale, 35c value, per yd. Swiss and Cambric Embroidery, value to 12 per yd $1.95 Seamless Sheets, full size 81x90, at _--______ $1.68 Pillow Cases, 36*42, regular ~35c -value .. ' 25c Bleached Stuslin, 36 p A _ inches wide, per yd. ! ^.V 25c Brown Sheeting, 36 inches wide, per yd. _ Women's Children's Footwear .__ $1.95 Dull Kid Pumps White Canvas Shoes Actual np to $4.00 Shoes and Pumps Clearance Sale Patent Leather Pumps Two-Strap Slippers Mostly all sizes for women and misses--wonderful values at $1.95. -Women's '· $2.25 One Strap House Slippers at ___ Women's 58.00 White Kid Shoes, Special at 5pt.«/D Children's . $2.50 Baby Doll and Two- Strap d»i -I Q Slippers «PJ-»X«J Women's ¥9.00 Broivn Kid Shoes at {.. .' '. . High lace style, Louis heel. Women's $7.50 Black Calf Shoes $1.69 $7.95 Women's *7.50 .Black Calf Shoes {f»e* AP" at -...-- , ,, ....; _... . ?b? .yD Lace style, military heel. II

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