The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 15, 1918 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 15, 1918
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLE, PA. PAGE NINE. At the Theatres. TJIE RUBAXOUXT. "THE MOTH."--The new Selmick picture in which Nonua~ Taluadge if seou to a great advantage as the stir, is being presented today. The pic- i permit the production. The full cast will several ojj)er competent players is required to produce tic play. Later productions include "Lena Rivers." '"Why Girls tto Wrong," "Onder Two Flags" and the time honored "East THE AHCADE. ture tells the story of a young ·wpmun j Lynne.' ·who wastes her time seeking diver- | sion and flirting with fate until sharply brought to her senses by a dramatic incideat calculated to thrill the "JESSIE JAMES."--Is the title of most blase of movie fans. Picture a | the riproaring farce which will be wilful girl of wealth still in her teens I presented at the Arcade today and to- bereft of all, her parental guidance and fascinated by the subject of Cleopatra's conquests, and you have ee- tabllslied the character of Lucy Gillam, the role playetl by Miss Talmadge. Aside from the mere storytelling powers of "The Moth," it presents an interesting study of a young girl's right to happiness. It is a role which provides exceptional opportunities for Miss TalmadKe's histronic ability, and made under the direction ot Edward Jose, 'The Moth" is one of the star's biggest triumphs. Sim- morrow by Stone's Twentieth Century show. This is a satire upon the "Wild West or blood and thunder melodrama and is said to be very funny. Stone's company has been pleasing all week, especially the Jazz Boys' Quartet, which will be heard in new songs and Marcum and- Washburn, the dancers, who will be see'n in new dances. The picture will be William S. Hart in "In the Dart." It has the right punch. Coming neit week is Hank's Bon Bon Revue, which is said to be a flrst class show. Teck « pllcicy may have its virtues, but Miss Mordock and Iris Kennedy, who are Talmadge has not discovered them. Indeed, so strong is her preference for regal furs, costly frocks and grandeur generally, that though barely 20, she is already famous in film circles as the "Empress Josephine of the Movies." Eugene O'Brien Is seen* in the leading snpport of Miss Talmadge. Monday, Harold Lockwood will he featured in "The Avenging "THE SEVEN SWANS."--Dainty Trail," a Metro feature. Madge Evans, I Marguerite Clark, following her cus- featured with tie company, will be remembered as being here last May with the Sunshine Girls.. The comedy is of the college boy style and is up to the minute. The old Jazz Tout Is a quartet that sing novelty songs. ORPHEUX THEATRE. the captivating child actress, will be featured next .Thursday in "Dates of Gladness," a five part World featurs. An- TJTE 80ISSOX. ' ."TENNJOSSEE'S PARTNER" other rattling good production »«en at the Soisson yesterday. It was tlie weil known comedy drama* Tennessee's Partner" which although not a new play gave unbounded pleasure to the audiences. Little Dorothy Burris again captivated all present by. her charming characterization of the heroine and Mr. Bo-Jell as always was capital in his part. The comedy and there was plenty of it fell to the lot of Prank Oliver and .\fiss Wilmer. Both players entered into the spirit of the author and kept everybody in torn of making one fairy story eaqh year, will be seen m "The Seven Swans," a delightfully whimsical -fantasy adapted from Hans Anderson's fairy tale by J. Searle Dawley, who is also the director. The story is for children or all ages, and deals with the adventures of a certain Princess Tweedledee and har seven brothers. The cast supporting Miss Clark in* eludes handsome Richard Barthelmess as the Prince Charming, Daisy Belmore as the witch, and others equally well known. ITERTBODT SATES Back .Deposits .Show That Xost People AM Sayings Money. The Growth of Bank deposits in- screams "Tennessee's Partner" is de- i dlcates that the average man and wo- cideddy worth seeln^--Jfie vaudeville man are saving money. If you ar« introduced between the usual standard. actn was up to -Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- not increasing your Bank Account, you are not keeping up with the procession. Money 1s now plentiful and day the Manhattan Players are to ap- j a portion of all that you receive pear in Hall Caine's greatest success j should be deposited in the bank at, in"The Christiam." Conncjlsville play- , terest. The Citizens .National Bank goers should crowd the Soissbn at I has reached the highest point in its every performance of the extraordinary production lor in seeing "The Christian" at the Manhattan Playere popular prices they are getting'the biggest theatrical value ever offered here. No less a star than Siola Allen played the piece at high prices in the principal theaters at the conn- try and only unusual conditions could history during th« last year. This is because of. its Strength, Management and liberal banking policy. This Bank accepts Sevmgs, 138 North Pittsburg Street.--adv. Classified A When used in The Daily Courier always bring results. Try them. UNSTEADY NERVES Your troubled, unsettled mind, your inability to concert trate/ or your fatigue from ordinary work simply shows you that the drain on your strength is greater than your system i» supplying and you need the powerful, nourishing' force in to speedily replenish the deficiency and avoid a breakdown. SGOtfs is ail nourishment and so skilfully emu! sified that it is quickly assimilated without taxing 'digestion and- sets up strength in. place of -nreakness. ·cvtt Bwat, Bkxwficld. N. NoOptofm, pARAMOUNTTHEATRE TODAY AND TOMORROW SELZN1CK PRESENTS NORMA TALMADGE IN "THE MOTH" SOCIETY DRAMA IN S ACTS. ALSO A GOOD COMEDY. --COM56-- MADGE KENNEDY IN "SUA.BLT JBLABKtEB" Our Gre February IT BEATS THEM ALL It IStarts on Saturday READ OUR GREAT VALUES GOWNS $1.50 and 22.00 Tallies Made of fine quality Nain- sook with beautiful square, low, and high neck styles, all prettily trimmed with laces, embroideries and ribbons. Special 98c SKIRTS $1.50 Values One lot to Fancy Kmoroid- ered Flounced Underskirts, with deep embroidered and lacp bottoms, finished witt] pretty silk ribbons. Special 95c Corset Covers 75c aud $1.00 Values Beautiful trimmed Corset Covers, front and back alike stnrrod with pretty silk ribbons, made with deep fancy faces and embroideries. Special 49c DRAWERS 9ac Valoes One lot ot finest quality Muslin Drawers, open and closed, with finest neat and fancy embroidered bottoms, also with gathered bloomer styles. Special 55c Special Gowns One lot of $1.00 Gowns, with fauoy emb'roidered fronts, Special Drawers and Corset Covers One lot of fancy trimmed Drawers and Corset Covers, 59c value, for EXTRA! EXTRA!" · ""^ WHITE SPECIALS^' Ladies' White Hose $1.00 Ladies, White Silk Hose, Special - $1.50 Crepe flc Chine Camisoles Silk Crepe de Chine Camisoles, fancy and dainty styles, white QQ/» and flesh for «/t/C Good Quality Corsets $1.00 Corsets made of good quality coutil S.pecial ... .. 83.00 Silk Envelope Chemise Made of pure Silk Crepe de Chine with fancy worked fronts and silk shoulder straps for $1.95 Muslin Drawers One lot of Children's 25c Muslin Drawers, embroidery trimmed, -| f* Special JLeJ»C Men's Department Specials Men! Our great Shirt Sale is still on, $1.50, $2 and ?2.50 values _ One lot of men's $15.00 Suits and Overcoats, Special for Special Shoe Sale. One lot of Men's $3.50 Dress Shoes in all styles for SPECIAL CURTAINS Regular $2.50 and $3.00 values in all pretty fl*-| designs. Don't miss this Bargain «PL» In our M'liite Sale You'll Find Table Linens, Muslins, Nainsooks, Lawns, Voiles, Dimities, Spreads and Sheetings ALL AT REDUCED PRICES We Give S. H. Green Trading Stamps 212-NPI1TSBURG SI. 21 COJJNEILSVIUE, PA. Ladies' Department Specials Final clean-np of all Winter Coats Suits up to $20.00.values and for $8.69 Any Ladies' or Misses Trimmed Hat in the store up to $5.00 values, G?~1 (\(\ Special! $1.50 Waists in fine and Organdies, all prettily trimmed, for Voiles, COX'S THEATRE, MT. PUBASAXT. PA. JTOBTDAY, FEBBCART 18TH. "The Birth of a Nation" Three Shows, 2:15, 6:30 and 9.00 P. M. Prices $1.04, 75c and 50c. Seats Now on Sale. 'Bell Phon«, 9198. ORPHEUM THEATRE TODAY AND TOMORROW " MARGUERITE CLARK IN "THE SETES S1VAXS" Marguerite Clark appears as the Princess Tweddledee in this Paramount Picture. And she Trill show our girls how to knit garments which will transform these swans into handsome young men. Billy West, the Popular Comedian in THE STRASGE1T AT THE SOISSON OPEN EVERY DAY NEXT WEEK TODA*--aCATEOSE AND NIGHT Everyone Sajs It's Dandy "TENNESSEE'S PARTNER" Three Hears of Thrills and 3Krth Nights, 2O and 3Oc. Matinees 1O and 2Oe Saturday Night Only--"A Man's Game." Coming Monday-- "The Christian." Annual Mystery Sale Begins Friday, February 15th, and Lasting Until All Goods Are Sold "ffe hare many odds aurt ends, broken late, and only one or two of eadi article. As an inducement to get jon to attend this sole we hare put these articles in tuetatges a tins sale. 1 -- $85.00 Diamond Bingr. 1-- $65.00 Biamond King. 1 -- $45.00 diamond Bhtg. 2--425.00 Diamond Bings. 1 -- $35.00 Diamond Larafflere. 1 -- 115.0"0 Beconstrflcted Rntoy King. 1-^12.50 Reconstructed JBnby Ring. 1 -- $10.00 Beconstraeted Baby Ring. 1-- 980.00 21-jewel Hamilton Watch. . 1-- $25.00 17-jewsl Hamilton Watch. 1-- $25.00 17- jewel Wrist Watch. 1-- $20.00 IS-Jewel Wrfst Watch. 2 -- $20.00 Gold Coins with another article. 3-- $10.00 Gold Coins with another article. * 5-- $5.00 Gold Coins with another article. 10-- $2.50 Gold Coins with another article. These goods are \p packages in the windows to shotr am good faith, and any one ot the Doubting Thomases, who Trill proe that the goods mentioned above are not in the packages can have toe $200.00 in cash in our window. Look in the window and you wjll see the goods on. display. KXPIiANATOKT-- Every article in the sale never soifl for less than $1.00 and as high as ?S5.W There is positn-ely no exchanges of any kind. Do not trj and judge tie contents of the package by tne size, lor the diamond rings will be m the alarm clock boxes as well as ring boxes. The Packages Sell For $1.00 Each And contain Watches, Clocks, King's, Flash lights. Bazors, Knives, Chains,JjaTa!Iiores and every article sold in a first class jewelry store. ' COMMUNITY JEWELRY SHOP 100-102 Sonlh Tittsbarg Street, , PA. Big 15c Matinee Daily at 2:30. Evening Shows at · 7:30 and 9:15. Clean, Progressive Amusement for tlie Whole Family. TODAY AND TOMORROW STONE'S 20TH CENTURY SHOW FEATURING STOKE'S JAZZ KAJIMOXY FOtU A5BY HAECD3I and "DOC. Late ot AL G. Fields' Mmstrels. In the Rip Roaring Satire Upon 'Western Melodrama "JESSE JAMES" On the Screen--WILLIAM S. HART, "In the Dark." Coming Next Week--"The Bon Bon Revue."

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