The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1918 · Page 3
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February 23, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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FACE THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, I'A. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 101S, NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAFS HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN MiMlon Baby Band of Bap- UgtChnrch Observes Sev{ enth Anniversary. J ? _ FTY TOTS IN ATTENDANCE StiJMrta* ANTI-TANK GUN ONE OF THE ! LATEST GERMAN CONTRIVANCES of Connoflsrillc · 3tn»ic, Kccital at the Heine i rf 0»e of JTnmoerr, IVmshingtoii's Ihthdajr S«ctal; Other C-rcntr,. 1 Special to The Onurlfr. SOTTD^LE. Feb. 23.-- Tke Mission BaV Band of the First Baptist church cc-lfcrated its seventh anniversary at thechurch with a baby ·party. Forty babes and 40 mothers were present. Mrj John Edward oH wells, superintendent of the baby band, presided. Xlii Jane Herbert gavs a talk explaning: the working ^of the society. Mis Mab«l Ziroa sang several elul- dra's songs. The members" of the bai "who took part in ihc program ·wet Joseph Aaron, Mildred 'Ma.rtz, Albrta Bodenhsimer. After the pro- \ Flsence Stautfpr. Eatolle Taylor ani £r» refreshments *were served. A biraday cake 'with seven candles was ·use as a center piece. Decorations in keotng with Washington's birthday ·wajcarried out. .Hill-Winter 3)u»icalc. Tie students of Miss Mercedes Glad- dcnof Connellsville gave their mid- wiser musicalo at the Mulberry strst home of W. F. Stoner last er- tais- The following program was carted out -- Trio, Esther, William ana GBtte Peterson: "Polka." -Robert Siner; "Waltz," libbie Marks; "May Pie Dance," Irma Dale: "A Spring- tne Idyll," Isabel Hayes; "Ocean, rar," 'William Peterson; "Reverie JArmour," Gladys Brownfleld; "Valse 3cc," "Minuet in G," duet, Ruth °toner and Miss Gladden; "Sextette 'rom Lucia," Elsie Peterson; "Edel Veiss Glide/" Wilbur Pyle: tria, People Notice It. Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets A pimply Jace'wfll not embarrass you much loiter if you get a package of Dr. Edward^ 1 Olire Tablets, The akin should begin to clear after yon bsvi taken' the tablets a f «r nigfatr. Cleanse tbe b!ood,the txwsls and the Href "" Dr. Etorarda' Olive Tablet^ the sue- any sickness or p.un niter taking them. D-. Edwards' Olive! Tablets do thai whii :h calomel does, and justas effectively, but their action is genl of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablet* is ewer cnrsed with "a dark brown taste," | a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good" f feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad i disposition or pimply face. . Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; yon will know them by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among pa- M tients afflicted with liver and bowel » complaints, and OUve Tablets ate the t; immensely effective result. Take one or Mm nightly for a week. · See how much better yon feel and look. lOc and 25c per box. All druggists. Vanderbilt. Twilight Song," Esther, William. and iillette Peterson; "Salon Mazurka," .lartha Millen; "Spring Song," Eliza- )eth Oberly; "Etude De Concert." Gillette Peterson; "Hexentanz," Miss Keiahart and Miss Gladden. All of »;he Bombers were given on the piano. TVa*bJn;tea Social. The Foreign Jtissionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal church beld a "Washington's birthday social in the church last evening. The ladies on 'the receiving line and the committee ·were dressed in Colonial costume and had their hair powdered. They were Mesdames Anderson, Bambrick. Ttnst- znaa, Handle, /Toller, Luce, Bbsworth, Buache, Ixxkard and Mifls L/dia Barken. Th» program was as' follows: Music by the ^orchestra; patriotic songs by the aodienee; solo, Miss Georgia Humphreys; reading, Atrs, C. A. Colborn; reading, Miss Lucille Terbosh: reading;. Mrs. Hal lie Barn- brick. Mrs. "W. H. Clingerman read a paper on "War Work of the M. E. Women" and told of the need of war work for th'e Allies. No end of am- ciiement was had from slips of paper pawed and each piece of paper repre- »nted something being n*ed in this " Tire British tanks have the Germans on tie jump trying to create a force or contrivance that will stop them. The latest thing they have-produced is this heavily armored turret, which ap jicars as u. small blockhouse on the battlefield." A gun is mounted in the turret. But the tanks have swept by these armored blockhouses as though ihey wore not there. This is the first photograph to arrive in tin's country i-towiag the new anti-tank gun. which has just been taiien. by the Anzacs, who are examining it To get *astde it is necessary to get down on hands and knees and crawl. THE t wth T · contiy now that George "Washington '»4er law. ,War time refreshments and erarkws were, served. Jtei TOM) SewlBg. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Aler. ot Broadway entertained the Lther»n Bed Cross unit at sewing 1 a^'fcaitting. ; i' , Baptist Ali Society. ' ilTf. J. G. Tedrow of Walnut avenue eiirtamed the Ladles' Aid of the BJ iti*t church at a social meeting on , 3)1 iritey evening at her home. The pi sram forl the evening was: Piano «ck Mrs. H. T. Allen; reading, from ,,likens," Miss Shepler; violin solo. lin'Kromer; reading, airs. Charles 3fcre;.vocal solo, Mabel Ziron; read- it 'Mrs. Ales' Taylor; violin solo, J^ijk Ziron; reaaing, Mrs. T. E. At- wdd; violin trio, Messrs, Tedrow and 5llinger and MLiS Tedrow.- Very tee refreshments were served. The Jcorations were in keeping with Corge Washington'^ birthday. ;,' · A»nul Field Irtj. ^Sunday Trill be -National Relorm jsociation Field Day and addresses ill be given in the local churches. Tor Sale. 'Six room house with bath, lot jx!20 feet, on Loucks avenue, tor '3,000. F. E. DeTVJtt--Adv.--20-4t , Personal. . Charles B. Graft, one of.the local Iraftees to leave Sunday, attended a ianquet in 'Union^vn Thursday even- ng. H. B. Lee has returned home from .'hicago where he spent a few days on James Coughenour of Connellsville 'isited friends here. Mrs. W, ·»-. Eieher, Mrs. J. E. Steel- mith. Mrs. Burtsficld and Mrs. Lucy .. Poole spent Thursday in Tonns- 'obd. Rev. H: D. Allen returned home yes., srday from a business trip to TVoos- ir, Ohio. "NEAHLT MARRIED"--A Goldwyn attraction, in which Madge Kennedy is seen "in the leading role, supported by a cast of comedy notables of stage and screen, is being presented today. "Nearly Married" is the second starring vehicle of Miss Kennedy, being a worthy successor to "Baby Mine." The Nearly Married situation is that of a young couple who have quarreled he- cause the husband' objects to having his wife's brother accompany them on their honeymoon. The wife, Betty, stimulated by her brother, Tvho is a rising young lawyer, anxious to begin his first case, proposes that they get a divorce. The various happenings involving the newly , married couple. who Became -separated a couple of minutes after their marriage, and the ·many other tunny situations, provides fan. that is literally fast and humorous. A selected coroedy is Included. Monday Emily Stevens will be seen in "Daybreak," a five part Metro'attrac- tion. As Edith Frome, Miss Stevens .is seen in one of the most satisfactory and congenial roles of her screon career. The subject is based on Jane Cowl's and Jane Uurfin's play of the same title. Miss Stevens' acting is fine and covincing throughout 3ulian L'- Estrange gives a capable performance as Fromc, while Augustus Phillips is splendid in the role of Dr. Brent The photoplay Is .excellent and the sets, which are almost entirely interiors', are elaborate and in keeping with the story. Tuesday. Mrs. Vernon Castle will be seen in an interesting attraction. Friday ai;d Saturday, AHce Brady will be featured in "Her Silent j Zukor presents Billie Burke, by ar- i rangement with F. Zeigfield, Jr., in ! "Arras and tile Girl." It is the story I of war-bound Belgium. When all other resources failed BilLie Burke's American wit and ingenuity, and her piquant, entrancing personality save her from the clutches of the Huns in this story of ro'mantic ad\entures in war-torn Belgium. 'That 1 Night," a roaring funny Is also bhown Monday --\5ack Pickrord and Louise Huff are featured in the Paramount picture, ".lackland Jill." It is a whimsical yet strictly truo-to-life photoplay--dealing with the love story of two New V'ANDERBILT, Feb. 22.--Otis Carpenter of Connellsville was A business caller here recently. · Mrs. C. B Arison, lrs Caivm Martin and Mrs. J. C. Moore attended a meeting oC tbe Vandcrbilt Faucywork club at the home of Mrs W. H. Cook m Connellsville Wednesday. Mrs Harry Snyrter, Mrs. Robert Burns and Mrs. 3. H. Barricklow were Connellsnlle shoppers yester- nay. James Robinson, assistant conuty superintendent, visited tbe school R Leisennng on Thursday. Edward Hebonthall of ConneJIsvillo was a business caller here Wednesday. Miss Elsie McBuraey ol! near Juniatn visited Criencis here yesterday. Mrs J. T. Beatty and son, J. C., were Connellsville caller Wednesday. Miss Elsie Kdwards has^ returned | home from Smithfield, Ohio, wliere she visited at .the home of her uncle, Conrad StricMpr. Mrs. W; S. 'Watkins and son, Andrew, and Miss Sara Snyder of Wilson are visiting at tho home of their aunt, Mrs. Frank Edwards. York City waifs, one a second rate prize fighter, the other a maker of i imitation flowers in one of the great! city's many factories Tuesday--Sea- sue 'Hayakawa is featured in "The Call of the East." It was written by Beulah Mane Dix who also arranged the story for the screen especially for 'Hayakawa. Tsuru . oki, his winsome little wife, is seen in the support of her husband in this photoplay. Dickerson Run. REMARKABLE CURES San Coat Ointment Reliernt F*n, Draws Out Poison and He*ls Promptly. There is no better remedy for burns, cuta and bruises than the antiseptic and healing ointment called San Cura, Bvery person ought to have a jar on hand; it is the first and best aid to I the injured in case of accident, and is the ideal remedy for so many other distressing and jMJnful ailments besides. For example, it is guaranteed by Laughrey Drug Co., Connells-vilie; Broadway Drag Co., Scottdale, to relieve itching, bleeding and protruding Sacrifice." be seen in Constance Talmadge will "Scandal." TffE SOISS03T. "THE CHRISnASi/'-jThe DICRBRSOX RON, JPab. 22.--W H. Surkett was called to bis hopie at Cumber,aad, Md., yesterday to attend tbe funeral o! a grand child which died Wednesday. Mrs. J. E. Ghrist of Vandenbilt was shopping m Pittsburg yesterday. Emery Fratt was a Dawsoa business cctiler yesterday afternoon. Airs. R. K. Irwin is spending a few days visiting relatives and friends at Bell Vernon. Clarence Lint of Lookout Farm was a Connellsville business caller yesterday. J. K, Evans and M. J 0'La.ugb.Un were transacting business at PiUs- burg Pnduy. Thursday, the 38th, will be pay day on tbe Yough Dlviwon of tbe P. L. E. Railroad, the car is" scheduled to be at Diclceracm Hun lo minutes earlier than it was lasl pay day. Mr. and Mrs. "W. 12. Smith are s-pend- mg a tew days at Myersdale visiting relatives and friends. piles, eczema, tetter, ulcers, salt rheum, boils, carbuncles and pimples, or money back. 1 In case ot old running sores, no matter how long standing, a few poultices ^_ _ special j °^ S* 11 Cura Ointment will draw out feature production of'the Christian by I t h e noison, and leave them in such a 1 thoroughly aseptic condition that they will heal promptly. , We advise every reader to get a jar of San Cura Ointment today, and keep it ready for an accident or emergency that may happen. 30 cents, 60 cents and 51.20 at Laughrey Prog Co., Con- nellsvUle; Broadway Drug Co., Scottdale, on' the money-back plan. tie Manhattan Players which was to have been seen at die Soisaoa this week will positively be given next 3fonday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The Christian" stands out prominently as the greatest the century and wfll set a high water mark in local theatricals. The play contains seventeen speaking parts and not one will be cut. An enlarged orchestra wi)l interpret the elaborate musical numbers and a large number 'of su- i SOAP FOH THE SCAUP. San Cura Soap is ^delightful for pernimeranes will be used. The mas- j shampooing, because it is full of snli- nitudc of the attraction is worthy of more than passing notice. Connells- vilie playgoers will flock to the Soisson and may feel certain of witnessing the play de itae of the season. Neit wect also 'brings a big production of the sensational success "Lena. ivers" dramatized .with rare fidelity from the novel of the same name. As a matter of fact the week coming will' be one long to be remembered in lo-'| cal theatrical history. Remember that there is a matinee every day in the week at the Soisson. The evening performances commence at 8:15. THE ARCADE. septic properties ' that banish the germs of dandruff and other impurities from the scalp. It removes pimples and blackheads, too. 25 cents a cake at Laughrey Drug Co., Connellsville; Broadway Drug Co., Scottdale. If your druggist doesn't keep it send to the Thompson Medical Titusville, Pa. -- adv. Co., "The Duke" is the title of the sketch tbat will be presented this af- I ternoon and evening at,the Arcade by the Eon Ton Revue company. This cotc-pany baa been putting up good shows all week, the class,of comedy being different and Is sparkling and new. The personnel of Ithe organization is also* unusual--slim, six foot- three Teck Murdock goes through some gyrations never before seen by mortal man. In. direct contrast is the petite comedienne. Miss Iris Kennedy, four feet-one and weighing 76 pounds. The picture is "William S OLD AGU CRIME Some people- are young- at 60--red neeked. ruddy and vigorous. 'Others re oW. at 40--joints beginning to stlf- ri up a. bit; seep beginning to lag- and ise It* springiness; occasional touches C pain in the back, feel tire a -without iusft, and possibly .v twinge of rheu- 13.Uc pain. In most cses these are the dansjT ,*nals to warn ou that the kfdnes *· not promptly (Jo ng their work of i row i tiff off the poisons that are af- ayff formlns In the body. To neglect »es«" natural warnings is a crime *ain»t ^yourself. If you have these -mptoms you can i-nd prompt relit* and the Bluebird chonis. The open- NO SOAP IN BELGIUM Absence tauses Ainch Suffering ami Causes Spreud of Scurvy. "It uas been noted several times," says the Belgian Information Bureau, "that soap is almost completely lacking in certain, piaces in occupied Belgium, where it is sold for an exorbitant price. This is the case in tbe region of Charleroi. The working people, according to a Teutonized Brussels journal, do not wash any more, except after the manner of cats. Consequently the scurvy is spreading, especially in the homes dependent on aid, to such a degree that several communal administrations are about to take special measures to stop this new scourge. In certain communes establishment are immediately to be created wheie those Hart in "After Dartc.y Commg next W ho are contaminated can take spec- wesk is the best ot-the Zarrow shows, J ia ^ baths under te supervision ol the Little Bluebird company, headed j clocrors and nurses." by Jack £uciuar, supported by Miss j Lillian Zic?ler, the singing corned- ienne, Billy Fenton, tbe Irish tenor. Suead and Clark, the Bluebird Trio, SCOUTSRAKE $154 'ent Sun Is Keallxed Here in Betrent Drive; Scoutmasters jVeeded. In the recent nation-wiile drive tor $200,000 the' ConnollsvilleBoy Scouts raised J154 44. There is still a little amount to be collected but the total vrill not be increased much Of this amount J75 :s sent In to tbe National headquarters, and the remainder goee into the treasury of the local scouts. The pledges signed by tiie subscribers, of which there were 470, are to be paid yearly, two more payments being due on them. The scouts are snort two scoutmasters and two assistant scoutmasters at tbe present time. Scout Commissioner A. O. Stone would like to hare- applications from men who are interested in boys and outdoor work. Patrons Dar at ice School. Patrons' Day, Friday' ol last week at'the Rice school at which Miss Hazel Bowser is teacaer, was a success in every particular. The program consisted of recitations, dialogues, music on the violin, vocal selections and songs by the school. ' Mrs. Austin Rhodes gave two readings. A large attendance of patrons marlced lie day. Lower Tyrone Wo»«n 111. ·Mrs. Cyrus Heflelfinger is seriously 111 at her homeJn Lower Tyrone township. adder aliments. remedy for kidney and " i Oil Capsules; wholesome. Best "VVay to Celebrate H Property. "VTe- can think nC no moro fitting All of the Kar- j manner to honor the memory ot the row shows are reGned. the comedy is Father or our Country than by buy-' A jolly good time is In lag as many War Savings Stamps aa ' weet your Itttw. druffKtets. Da not take a sub- In boms. th-o« *I»K-- Adv. Scad the MiTeitisetnenU. ORPHEtil THEATRE. -ARMS AND THE GIRL,"--Adolph ,' means will permit-thns help-', ln S the land George Wasoangton · fought to free. Stamps are on saie at ' the First National Bank of Coanells- 1 ville.-- Adv. ' THE WELDING OF THE MIGHTY CHAIN The strongest chain is that made ol the most powerful links and just so strong is the business chain of a community as its citizens choose to make it. The ideally welded chain of commerce is that wherein the man who receives his pay begins his rounds of the stores of his honn3 town, paying here 'and there his obligations to tbe business man who has shown his confidence in the town. Bach day takes the ideal citizen to one or die oilier of the hometown temples of commerce, depositing with each a portion of Ins earnings for good value rceived. The business man in turn proceeds to vie bank, and the bank in its turn gives out the money to the man in Ms pay of the following week, thus welding a nrighty chain by keeping business within the community. MORAL.--The man who welds the chain is the man who profits most in its daily use. A Great Combined Movement by Great People Will Secure a Phenomenal Boost for Yourself and THESE MERCHANTS. , JUnc.-,, Slows W. J)rj- Good* COMPANY 15J-3.1S W. Cranford Are. LECHE . 12.'! W. CruiTfnrd Aye. THE HOKXEK COMPAXT Ken's Wear · 106 W. Crawford Ac. COLONIAL SAT10SAL BAJS'X Corner JPitisburg Street and Crawford Avenue. JMOXAL» MCSIC A'J) ^JSJLECTBIC CO. floral Hotel Block ', y. Pittslinrg St H. EOBACKEK SOKS Tie Kg Store" S. rittel.urg St. C. Vf. BOWKS Footwear for Everybody 127 10 Pittsbnrg St MAHKET AJVJJ NOJRTH END MARKET Grocery Stores 13S and SJ3 S. Pittsbm-g St. ASDEBSO-N-J-OUCKS HAKDWABE CO. Huntwaru lit! W. Cranfurd Are. CHAKLES 1'. GILES Jeweler 141 West Crawford Are. BBOWNELL SHOE COMPAST Shoes West Crawford Ate. COJTNEIXSVHXE BEUG COMPASY lrng* 130 West Crawford Avc. PETEJR «. WEIMEE Bsnos wirf Phonographs 1 127-129East Cimwford Ave. A. TT. BISHOP JewcLry 10J West Crawford Ave. THE A A K O X CO. "Home Bnilder" l« y, Pittslmrg: St. CilOWLEY-MESTBEZAT CO. Slioefi for tlip Whole I'amily 1)3 fl. Crain'ord Avc. AR'OTAX TVOBK China and Wall Fnnfr 147-1 SI Vi. Crawford Aie. THE CEXTKAL STOKE Dry doods ill W. Crawford Are. ELTEJ8VS Ladies' Suits and Coats, 138 X J'irNlrar!,' St. FIVE A SI) TE' CENT WA1J, PAPEB CO. Wall Paper J0:i IV. Apple St WELLS-MILLS MOTOR CAR CO. Agents for Wfllys-Kiiiglit. Oierland Cars, Accessories WEKTHRIMEB BEOS. Men's Wore 121 '. I'ittslmrg SI. CON ELLSVILLV LAU OKY '·SiiOYS lliit« -ftorU" 129 flaldwin A t e . COLUMBIA HOTEL John l)iijean West Sin 1 ": FBJSBEE HARDWARE CO.' Hardware iv. Crawford Ave. WEIGHT-MET/LER CO. Depart ment Store Yt. Crawford A^e, LAUGHREY DRDG COMPANY Wnigs. 112 S. Pittsbnrg SU 'EAa'HJSBarAx co. You Can On Better Bore. HIS IDEA. Perhaps if your head were ·a clear aa a whistle, it would not ache -- TryKondon's £pr your Headache (at no cost to you) i:s 29-ye«r-oW remedy. For chronic catarrh, aoce ncee, coughs, colds, eacczinc. n , tube atdruttsista. U "will benefit you /bai'bmesmcretbanitcostvoTwepiy monerbaclc. Formal cinfrcewnte to Oldwcd--I've been married for 20 years. Notw«d (absently)--Any time off for good behavior? Patronize those "who advertise. Send Whitman's to Your Friends in the Service Nothing is more appreciated by an -Array or Navy man than a box of candy. There isn't any better than Whitman's, so why not include some in the next box you send to training camp or overseas? We Have It In All Size Packages. Collins' Drug Store South Pittsburg Street. FLINT'S MOVING XB STOBA«K. Motor Truck Service To A51 Purla ol Region. COAL FOR SALE BOTH PHONEa Conimercial Printing' of all Kinds ' Done at %he Courier Job Printing' Office.

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