The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 29, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 29, 1918
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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEIXSV1LLE, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2.9, 1918, Remnant Days Wednesday and Women's Underwear . ' Wool art Silk-and-Wool Garments at Avenge Savings of Ont-Fouitt. Pants, Vests and Union Suits--exceptionally fine, garments--in styles women like. Not all sizes in every style, but all sizes in the lot. The Union Suits have high necks and long sleeves or Dutch neck and short sleeves. , .. Pants and Vests regular at $1.50, *1."5 to $2.50 each. Union Suits regular at $2.75, $3, to S.VOU cacii. Remnant Prices 25% Less Two Special Days of Stupendous Value-Giving A T this store the Semi-Annual Remnant Sale is an institution--dating back, to our very first year in business. And each year sees it growing bigger and better* as our volume of business increases, necessitating the carrying of larger stocks land increasing in proportion the number of short lengths and odd lots that remain after each season of busy selling. These First Remnant Days of 1918 Will Take First Rank in Our Entire History Hundreds of short lengths of piece goods, remnant lots of Suits and Coats, Dresses and Skirts,--odd lots of jewelry and dress accessories,--Waists--Men's and Boys' Clothing--and all at price concession;; that cannot be anything but most welcome in these days of war-time prices and scarcities. Every woman who has had previous experience in Wright-Metzler Remnant Sales know the importance of prompt 1 selection as the best of our offerings fairly melt away in the very first hours of the sale. Remnant Days at Tliis applies alike to both the silk and cotton kinds, involving dozens of the newest and most, attractive styles. The former prices were ?1.00 to $12.50, hut Wednesday and Thursday yni: buy these very same waists for only 50c to ?(i.25. Dress Accessories! -REMNANT LOTS VELVET HAND BAGS OtVE FOURTH OFF -REMNANT LOTS SOILED HANDKERCHIEFS ..... HALF OFF -REMNANT LOTS LADIES' GLOVES AT-£_ ONE HALF OFF -REMNANT LOTS $2.50 $2.00 WHITE GLOVES $1.59 PAIR -REMNANT LOTS ODD BUTTONS AT ........ ONE HALF OFF Women' 75c Fibre Silk Hose, Black and White, at the pair - .59c Remnant Prices on Certain Odd Lots Blankets The assortments are small -- the savings big. Both wool mixed and all wool blankets of our usual good quality. We're not trying to be sensational w-hen we say prepare for · next year. Common sense and the shortage both prompt- it. Such savings as these are most unusual, market conditions con- siaered. . , · ^0 WOOL MIXED BLANKETS $5.35 $10.00 WOOL MIXES BLAJTKETS * $12.50 ALL. WOOL BLANKETS $9.35 Odd Lots of Perfumes, Toilet Waters and Face Powders at ONE HALF OFF Remnant Prices on Women's and Children's Winter Apparel --A story of substantial savings tersely told, and told only in part--as the following list does not begin to include all the_ economies that await you in these important departments. Every garment correctly styled and chosen with discriminating taste. --One Lot Children's Raincoats at HALF OFF --One lot Silk Skirts to sell at 02fE HALF OFF --One lot Children's Coats, al! sizes, HALF OFF --One lot Ladies' Silk and Serge Dresgcs^ large sues, HALF OFF. --One Big lot Ladies' Snits and Coats, HALF OFF Remnant Days in the Dry Goods Department The primary .object of Remnant Days is to sell remnants as taken in the strictest meaning of the word--that is, short lengths of the various kinds of piece goods. So the dry goods department will be the chief center of interest Wednesday and Thursday. Remnants by the Hundreds Are ready and will be arranged on every counter in tie sections where yardage is sold, both upstairs and down. So arranged that you'll find them easy to examine, easy to determine their fitness for any purpose you have in mind. Every woman is sure to find some fabric suitable for children's dresses, boys' waists, skirts, and so on. Or it may be silk, wool or cotton materials for a couple of pretty waists, or enough cotton or linen damask for a table cloth, toweling, muslin, sheetings, ginghams, percales 01 draperies You Save 25%, 33% to 50% Miscellaneous Remnants! ! --REMANAT LOTS OF STATIONERY AT ONE HALF PRICE : --REMNANT LOTS OF JEWELRY AT ONE HALF PRICE | --REMNANT LOTS DRESS TRIMMINGS ONE HALF PRICE --REMNANT LOTS OF LACES AT OXE HALF PRICE --REMNANT LOTS SplLED BOOKS. THE (iOc KIND AT 39c --REMNANT LOTS SOILED BOOKS, THE SI.25 KIND AT Sac --REMNANT LOTS WOOL DRESS GOODS AND CLOAK1NGS ONE THIRD OFF. Hosiery and Underwear for Women Medium weight cotton stockings are in black or white at 25c a pair. Ribbed White Cotton Combinations-made with long or short sleeves and ankle length. $1.00 for regular sizes! $1.25 for extra sizes. Bodice top white ribbed cotton vests, with ribbon shoulder straps, are 35c each. Sturdy Winter Stockings for Women A lot of full-fashioned and seamless black cotton stockings of good quality in a weight that you will find comfortable these cold days. They 'have double soles, well re-in- forced heels and garter tops. 75c and S5c a pair. Remnant Day Savings for Men and Boys ·--Remnant Lots Mien's Suits, neat patterns, all sizes, $30.0(1 Slttfts 882,50'; $25.00 Suits $18.30; $22.50 Snits $16.50; $20.00 Snics $l-f.7S; $15.00 Snits $10.73. --Remnant Lot AHn's Overcoats, up to $2.3.00 Yttlnes SKUO. --Remnant Lot Boys' School Overcoats Reduced Ona Fourth. --Remnant Let Children's fancy suite, $8J0 rftlacs $5.95. ' ' --All Men's fur-lim;d and fur-trimToed Overcoats Rednceel 20 Per OnL --Remnant .Lot Boys' Wash Soils, white and fancy, sizes 2''i tp 8 years, $].»() values $1.15. --Remnant Lot .Men's and Boys' Caps, blues and fancies. Spwlal at 2ik. Remnant Lots Women's Silk Hose Plain colors and fancies, regular at $1.25, $1.35, $1.50, tbe pair ..$110 I Knitting-Knitting-- Knitting--- Everywhere women are knitting. And the more experience they gain,-the more proficient they become,--the more they prefer the satisfactory weight, the firm body, the superior quality of Minerva Yarn Our Art Needle Section is now well stocked with the popular heavy '..-eight, balled, knitting worsted in both the army khaki and the navy oxfoxd. For knitting women's and children's garments there is a plentiful supply of colored yarns in both the staple and newer novelty shades. Prices On All Yarns Exceedingly Moderate You Get Gold Bond Stamps With Every Purchase--Save Them. TO RETAIN COAL EXPORT RANK Proposed Ked«ctJoa Bj 1'url Admmis- - trattoii Will Sot Affect Standing of America, Sow Second. .'· The.proposed reduction in esporta- -tion of coal from the Uniled States Suggested br Doctor Garflelcl will -probably not affect the rent of the United States as a coal exporting country.' A compilation by the National City Bank of New York; shows .that the United States now holds sec- Lbnd rank as a coal exporter. Prior -to th« war Germany ranked second in tie list of coal-exporting countries and the United States third, but irith the 'cutting oft of Germany's export trade the United States took second rank as a coal exporter, though far behind *Great, Britain. Exports of coal from Gnat Britain 'in 1913 were 93,000,000 tons, against -40.000,000 tons from Germajiy and 29,"000.000 tons from the United States, SCOHDALEWINS Mill Totm Five Has Easy Going Vith J). T. S. S. The Seottdale high school defeated the Dunbar township team on the j Seottdale V. if. C. A. floor Saturday night 41-2S. Tbe first part of the game "was close, the half ending with only a difference of two points in the score, it being 21-13. The entire first half was a struggle for a lead, it falling first to one team and tben the other.. Frequently a foul goal tied the score. ' In the second half Seottdale got u good'start and held the lead., continuously. The Dunbar township forwards were guarded closely, and that [ cut off the scoring for that team. | Randolph and O'Laughlin played the · big game for tile visitors, working to- i gether consistently and the latter! made some pretty shots, even while i his guard was hanging on him. Porter and "Waugaman each piled up a big score for Seottdale. RARE TEAM WORK IN BEHALF OF AILING FOLKS ISKLVG DOA'E DAILY BY J f K l l V - WOKTH A SI) 5E11V-VORTH LAXATIVE TABLETS. "GOFSMAN" ·these' figures including in all cases] ·"the "bunker coal" supplied to vessels j rengaged in foreign trade; in 1316 flats Bamfuet ! _.,,,,_,,,_ -- , . A. M. Snyder, principal of the East | i ·' ."Great Britain, 52,000,000 tons; United;Liberty public schools, held a banquet I ^States 31.000.000 tons. -. i at the Pittsburg . Lake Erie T. M. 1 . '·'· Great Britain, Germany and the C. A. at Dickerson Run, Friday evea- ^United States have supplied for many j ing in honor of bis class, the eighth Miller, Hbcon, \41da Edith : years 7 the bulk otthe coal entering in- · ternational trade. The total amount of .coal passing out-of the coal-producing "countries of the world in 1912 was about 200.000.000 tons, ot which about 140.000,000 were "bunker coal," while a considerable percentage of that re- · -corded as '"eiports" -went to the ·world's coaling stations, where it is -supplied to steamers. The coal burn-ed by steam vessels on the ·gregate in normal times about 4250,1000.000 a year in value out of a total of nearly J700.000.000 worth passing out of the coal-producing countries of the world. "-" Tbe principal coal exports of the world In 1913. including that used for -bunker purposes, were: Great Brit-i ain. 93.000.000 tons; Germany, 40.000.-i Former Resident III. TOO; United States. 29,000,00t; Austro-i Mrs. Emma E. Hoss, 50 years old, a N Hungary. 9,000.000; Belgium and Can-[sister of J. W. Lazzell. of Connelte- -ada, about 5.500.000 each: Netherlands,! ville, is in a dying condition at her slightly less than 5.000,000; Japan,! home at Cdnmbus, Ohio. Mr. Lazzell ' arrived h«n« Saturday from the bed- i side and expects to hear at any time of her death. Mrs. ROBS formerly! lived in Connellsville. Her late husband was Edward Koss who at one time was engaged in the jewelry business in this city. ": grade. All were present. The evening was spent at games and music. Supper was served at 6.30, the members of the class present were:' Misses Magdalene Schuyjer, Emma Lou Carlson, Evelyn Kindle, Margaret O'Brien, Iva Johnson, Marline Grouse. Grace Hyatt, Gladys Haney, Mildred Beeson.^ Messers Howard Colbert, Raymond Knight, James Brown. John Kessler, Glen Strickler, Ralph Strickler, Stanley Valentine, Harry Ed ; wards, Frances McCorraiek, Otis Colbert, Clarence Lint, Ray Dunlap, Charles Harbaugh and William Brower. Miss Sarah Schiable was honor guest. These two pull together with happy results tor those whose nervous ills are railed up with constipation and liver troubles. Nerv-Worth the liquid generally masters derangements of the liver and bowels, but 'n some- cases these are too deep- rooted to surrender, and thetn the Tablets, taken in conjunction with tie liquid, do wonderful work. They are especially valuable in cleansing the bowels for those whose habits of constipation do not readily yield to tbe laxative properties o f . Nerv- Worth the liquid. A bottle of Norv- Worth and a 25c boi of the tablets form a combination without equal in overcoming ills of the nerves, stomach, bowels and liver. The ConnellsviUe Drug Company seHs Nerv-Worth. t Your dollar back if this famous family tonic does not help you. C. L. Knhn sells Nerv-Worth at Mount Pleasant; C. M. Kuim at Irwin; C. S. Daugherty at j'oannette; Broadway Drug Co. at Seottdale; "W. I. Lewis, South Brownsville.--Adv. That is .Vext Benefit IMovio, to be Slio»n at Soissoo. Announcement was made today o£ i anoUier benefit motion picture, "God's | Man' 1 , to be presented at the Soisson thcaiur on Tuo-stlay, February 5, un] cier the auspices of the Eciwiu S. Por! ter branch of the Navy League. This ; will be the third of the series. ' "Heroic France" is booked foi tomor- ! row at the Orpheum theater. ; Secretary R. A. Neville announced i today that the total receipts l.hus far I reported from "Over Tbore" at the | Paramount theater amounted lo $458.- i 50. with Wo or three ticket sellers ye; \ to be heard from. Of this amount ! Boy Scouts were credited with ?1-J£-50, TiEOTOEES DT SERTICK. 4,000.000; British Sooth Africa, "2,500,000, and Australia. 2,000.000. Dickcrson Knn Tooths Army ami Sa-vy ftecniits. Harry L. Gillespie left OE train No. 10 over the Baltimore Ohio, railroad last night for Camp Gordon after having spent a 10 day furlough hers with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gillespie and other relatives and friends. A younger brother, James Giliespie, a mechanic in the Pittahurg Lake Erie shops at ilcKees Rocks, has just enlisted in' tne navy. He will leave Tuesday morning for Youags- town, O-, where lie takes the final examination. CATARRHJAWSHES H«re is One Treatment That All Snf- j ferers Can Rely Upon,. j If you wnn£ to drive catarrh and ail j its' symptoms from your j system in the shortest possible time, yo! to your dru^g-ist and ask for a Hyo- ; mei outfit today. Brnatho Hyomei and it w i l l rid y o u . of catarrh; It B-jves? .such q u i c k rftllef that all who use it for the first i:ime arc astonished. Hyoinei la a pure pleasant a n t i a e p - i tic, which is ""breathed i n t o the lung's over the Inflamed membrane; it kiU-s the catarrh germs, soothes the sore spots, and heals all i n f l a m m a t i o n . Don't s u f f e r another day w i t h catarrh: the disease is danptrous and o f t e n ends in c o n s u m p t i o n . Start the Hyo- mei t r e a t m e n t today. Xo stomach dos- inp, n - o sprays or douches: just b r e a t h e it--that's all. Ask A. A. Clarke.--Adv. OVER £,000,000 T :Whe» OMd in The Dmily Courier 1- brim rwulu. Try tvn. 5w Car Arrives. George S. Connell was out Saturday evening and Sunday in his new Stutz roadster, purchased through the Centrale Motor company. He drove the machine over Irom Greensburg Saturday, | Taken Got By tho oflicisrs and Jffnn of the noth Regiment, The 110th, formerly the .10th, regiment, is leading all the organizations at Camp Hancock in i.he amount of war risk, insuraixce taken, by liie ofii- cers and men. At the last report 76 officers had taken out a total of $760,000 and 1,366 enlisted men hai taken ¥9,026,000, or a total of ?9,786..000 for the whole regiment. Company B leads the regiment with 210 applications fnr a total of $1,331,000. Company At with 215 applications la second in amonnt, the total being $1,210,000. Hunting 1 Bargains 2 You will find them In our ad. columns. I Brewed from the choicest material? in that Good Old German Way It .Hits the Spot"

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