The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 2, 1918 · Page 3
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March 2, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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SATURDAY MAKCH 2 191S STAMP SALES AMOUNT PLEAS ANT P.O. TOTAL $42,000 FoiMonth of February Alone tie Figures Amonnted to ' Nearly $19,OOO. IN THE RED CROSS Towhlp In Divided Into F«nr Ms- Hetm Kacfc Forming a I nit Known * Iihials DI rmblic School Aames; 3*9«Bded Folieenuu. Sues Council Special to The Courier j 3f PLEASANT, March. 2 --The lo- | cafpoecoffice has made a record for sab of War Savings Stamps daring ; th$ast month, selling J18 670 90 Of thl amount $6,033 was sold during a.last two days of the month The ton number of sales at the local of fie totals over ?42,000 Junior Bed Cros«. rs S C. Stevenson who is or- pazmg Junior Red Cross units has offlnized the Church street school biicbng with over 400 students. Miss S ah Homer has been chosen phair- im, Miss Esther Coyran vice chair- Bn and Miss Opal Bertha], secretary Id. treasurer. They will make snr- jal dressings and do knitung BolIskU Organized. The teachers of Bullskin township ith more than 1J.40 students, have vided their district into four Red ross units Two of the districts or- amzed one at the Baptist church at ennsrille where the Rice, Pennsville .nd Cross Roads school was represented The unit will be known by the letters that represent the schools P R. C The officers elected are Chairman, Miss Mary Jones, vice chairman, Miss Hazel BoTVer, secretary. Miss Nellie Stillwagon, treasurer, W ~9t Echard Yesterday afternoon another was formed .it'the Mud school house This unit wil be know n as the M M B G P unit and represents five schools. Miss Maude Slass burg was elected chairman iliss Zella Mills, vice chairman. Miss Wadsworth, secretary and Mr Etlmg, treas- , urer In the evening, there was a patriotic mass meeting at the Mud school and the house was packed to the doors Rev T C Harper pastor oJ the linited Brethern church in ML Pleasant made a patriotic address and Mrs. S C Stevenson gave a talk on women in Red Cross wo~k and the wat A patriotic program was rendered, by the children Fygs Are Sated. A farmer with seven dozen of eggs was coming down Main street yesterday ; afternoon in a Jbuggy when a holding-back strap broke frightening the horse The horse ran madly down the street, cleared a barbed wire fence leaving the buggy behind The fa-r- m.e.i's Ural thought as the Missy stop- i what had become of the seven doqln oZ eggs. Not one was broken Th«f are selling here at CO cents a dozm. Hearing for Copper. es Neil the police ofiBce- sus- by the Burgess Sain P Stevea lor the disobeying of his orders wiH be given a hearing at the regular meding of council on Monday evening if he so desires Neil, it is stated, has intituled' a suit in Greensburg aginst the Borough council here for $20000 damages for the defamation of hiaf character I Operation on Finger. lollce Officer William Ho-iell is off having had the bone removed f r m . the index finger on haid. Mr Hotvels had nis his rignt hand freen last winter while working a* thj pipe mill at Scottdale. ' Hone From Uast [rs Jerome Kobacker who has ben visiting at her home in N'ew York h* returned TILE PtRAHOFNT. THE DAILY COURIER, rOXTvELLSVTLLE PA. Please! The generous patronage tendered us during the February Sale Period-for which we extend our sincere appreciation--has literally swamped our Delivery Department. However, deliveries are being made as quickly as possible and we therefore ask our customers to bear with us and exercise just a little patience. salon and the girl, who has meantime been surrounded with even luxury of Parisian smar,. soeietj life, publicly avows the prince as her lover V I corned} is also shown Moadav Viola' Ina T\ill be seen in The 'Windinj, j Trail Tnesda The Auction Block i will be shown for the benefit o[ no I soldiers, sailors and Jewish war suffers Thursday "Whims of Societj I in which Ethel Clayton is seen in the | leading role, will be shown Fndav and Saturday Mabel TaUaferro sill be featured in Draft 258" a drama o f : intense interst THE AUCTION BLOCK ' Boy Scouts are todaj assisting in ' the sale of tickets for The Auction Block ' Rex Beach s newest production to be shown Tuesdaj afternoon j and evening at the Paramount for the I benefit of the soldiers sa lors, and the Jewish war sufferers, tne proceeds to | be equaly divided betvsecgi the Red' Cross and the Jewish war sufferers! fund. The Auction Block contains i elemental drama so fam liar to the i average Amern.au that it grips him I because of its familiantv All of the ' things that the storv reveals the average American knows the\ have nap- pened to others Among the big scenes and events pictured in the production is magnificent dinner giv en . by a wealthy steel man for the div er- ' sion of his friends comparable in many respects to the J140-a-plate affair The souvenirs for tho young women who attend the dinner are gold Hah bags The death of a foreigner In a Pittsburg steel mill when a pot of molten metal overturns and makes him a cinder in a mass of steel, is also a big feature Ruby De Remcr who has been styled b one critic New "iorfc's most beautiful girl heads tbe cast of The Auction Block At all iMr f ormances Miss M n MeConnell, accompanied b Miss Hilda Solsson will smg The benefit is m charge of Mrs H P Snyder and Mrs Morris Smith the latter having charge of the ticket sale IHE YRCADK TOO WEAK ·HER SILDNT SACRU'ICE.' --A gripping in heart interest photoplav in j which Alice Biady the sterling emotional actress is seen m tie leading role, is being presdnted today M ss Brady has a superb vehicle for her iramatic talents in a tale ot true lose onciuering the falsities of smart Pa- -isian society She is seen in the role Df Arlette the granddaughter of an nkeeper Arlette captivates Prince Bqissard with her beaut} but sne loves devotedly an American artist stident. Richard "Vale who suggests tcTier that the influence o£ the prince could ensure his success Ready to mal» any sacrifice for his saJte, Arlette inrgains with the prmct for his supprt pledging herself in return . h b afternoon and evening will be your last oppoitumtv to «ee Jack ru quaj and Zarrou s Little Bluebird company a^ the Arcade as it will close a successful engagement Many of the Arcade patrons ha* e be"n ajrnn for the whole week and as liughter is contagious Mr Puquav has brought jov to thousands As a fit setting for this little black babj doll Mr Zar; has assembled 10 exceptionalls clever people appropriate scenery and a tveal'h ot e\quisite feminine weiring apparel In toda 5 bill their I r6'Lo"MTDi7 H LI-ICMI interposed a charming p ece of the Na ion^i it» mfij t stage artistrv bj Snead Clark when ! " t n e TM rk TheJ ^ they sing ' I m So Glad My Mammv ,;,,"»,,,,,, Don t Know Where I'm At Billv Fenton "ings The Whole World CO Kb ritA Since the the rn.i roads b sidiipfa ot lu iiB me i\si fo house clr-mt n, c o k e regriun tt r tiu B ht tlie-c h i s in the ihsp ncli \vith u h l c l i loiO are mo\ nj. out b u t tt-c t i l e r returnlnpr prcpttea h is not y t t iet i» v- 1th a.nj t h i n t v li (e tlie ·*treni?th t h a t is d P b i r p t l r In some q u i r t c r s h i d bf en lit pet 1 for, I h e ra-ihoaiH irf. it ll Iiursxnner the pohc of r u s h i r i, loid^ t d e s t i n a t i o n s T.^ the t P -U f o r m of iusur»itrcc against a. rf t u r n of congestion I h i s c Jrsc la beinj, fol o w e d i n prcf t r nee brinKi.ni; ba.cli cmptus b ih who TsTlp and hi% n f j thcii load ed ind r u s h e d I n t o the tritlic be fore tht, b i t nation hi*, b n f o u n d t o be safe in hn d The*"' hin be n i m p r o \ cni**nt as t h e incrci°. r r sh i mo-iits la^t n e c k t n«ar t l e 100 0«0 tons mark Indicate 1 ' Hail moi o m e n t T.lone pii"crl l l tlfio tt n c but barge h l p - n e n t s f e l l oft _ 600 le-u inff the v e f k u itli a net f,a.in of n \ e r I 000 t m T n e r f ii no upprectab'p ^.i-In n cir s u p p l y the a\er*t(,o r u n n m p uboui 40 per cent The jrencr.il c l o T r i n R Is t ken is tnd r a t i v c of v ^ er\ d c i « chnn^e in Lhe d l r f r t i o n of i liir^ei rar sui j I j w i t h i n t h o next th-ee or four V.GI kj n c he railroids m ike pcrnianr-T headw i\ i n cleirin£ conpevtion ind continnrd gam) w t a t h p r helps b adding to t h t - cfll- clcncj- of m o t i \ e p o w e r £o sanguine are some obiencrs that t h f p r e d i c t thit p r e ^ e n i l j the ihoe w i l l be on the o t h foot and the nilroidK w i l l bf calllnc foi more coke to h i u l Pj-amount picture starring I'auhn" ' Frederick shoeing todav Phis is i the fact that not ont of us really j knows all about the persons nearest to us in d-ulv It r e I or instance m Double Crossed a devoted joung wife learns for tbe first time nf a joutflfut slip on the part of he- hus band whom sbe adored a^ whom she had unconsciously placed upon a I pedestal ton high for any nan Tom Mix will be sho\v n m the Fox cemwlv "Tom and lerrv Mondiv lack Pickford is featured m Mark Twain fa popular ston Tom Sawiei TUPS da "William S Han appears in Tlio Captive God TO FIGHT The Com* 1 Inck rn in w an n e v e r ilrmn and j u t His u condition b/ c ins- 1 of o v e r w o r k exerc'se In l r( per vUnv, and 1 demands stum U t i n n t o - i t K f y t h e f o r ij health f - m r t , t i t c t i l c loop n.1IH . i k c r t d I t C k Of '"k "li I nf,tf The trtlst wins the grand prze at the sir O i l T t p M o ' I a n d w i l l t N nder'u! .-apsules i ich di w i l l ·· f c o t ··''ore lie k n o w s t w h e t h e r 'us t r o t i l I, r o m t s f-om u r i c ac 1 po s o n i n f , L h t k d n e v n t r a v ol or stoii* 1 f the b iLdde- v t o m ich i r a n u e m e n t M o t t n a i l i r K - t s t h it I P f a l l t h e ' \ - ze-Lloui \ m r i i t - i n Don L w Lit u n t i l v o u l i e e n t t r c b down m l t r i t biiv takf liem tod-ij Yoi r drtif; fri^t w i 1 gl t d l \ r e f u n d v o u r m o n e x c the^ do nnt. IK ]p j o u Accept no ml . nitutos T- ok foi the n a m e G O L D 10 supported b} the Foih Jazz ' Medal on e x e r h K three BIZ « The^ John Melmons heads the corned- t ,'.1 'J',, "clwi^--^a""" 0 ' 1 '" 1 '''" Lillian Xeigler w i l l c a p t v a t e jou when she sings Dancing Tjnder "Neaih the Irish Moon Coming nctt week is tlie Johnnv Jones companv featuring Miss Emaiine Patello lyric Tno lans. Jack T-aMortt and Ike Morris | being toe oiaer two Flo Morrrs a- J a well known buck dancer The bi I foi Monday and Tuesdav will be j "Stranded On the Border "William Pennsville. S Hart s on the screen toda hOISSOS TH£A'JRF. The ninth and final week of the March '. --r l e n d s j of Mrs E. J Ullerv tendered her a I surprise part at her home at Penns- v l l l c "nedTicsdav evening \ p e a t a n t 1 time was passed socially w i t h mus i, and singing bi Mls.» Kaiiryn Stouffor Manhattan Plaiers stay at the Sols i and Miss Wary Ullerj after which son opens Monday with a big produc- lunch was served. Ti oso present tion of a brand new comedy drama, fter e Kir tnd Mis A C Pile Mr Fighting the System The plaj and Mrs Grant Miller Mr and Mrs ,fearlesslj erposes a phase of modern , j u Biker Mr and Mis Dan Miller =oeiet) that is otten overlooked com- ' \j r a^j ij rs j. -^ A; e padden Mr and pletel The entire plot is so far o u t , Mr., H L Ha-ns, Mrs J M Hal'hill of the beaten path that it will be a w r « 0 P i enhart Mrs James Hake genuine noveltv T ghting the Sys-1 Mrs churles StouHer Mre Prank tern is oneplaj in many that is snrc | Rlshebe , gcr on(1 dajg!Uur Trance., to please all classes of theatregoers Wednesday Thursday and Fridav will be given over to the famous success "Lena Rivers This quaint comjdv possesses rare mer t and with damtv Dorothy Burns In the leading role Manhattan fans wil be assured an extraordinarily fine presentation The farewell bill will be "Pretty Pegg^ OTtfoore Many requests h w o been Deceived asking for a stag c reception l again before th(* companv leav es anf' the company is pleased to announce that this will be done following tho Fndav matinee The final week ot tlte Manhattan Players with tbe three great pUrs announced promises to be the biggest of them all ORPITRlDf TirEATR. "WHO IS YOUR N'EIGHBOR'' --A theme thit win hmve a universal ap- in found In "Double Crossed," a Ruth Master Don..ld rue The out of town gucstb x\ e-e Mr and Mrs George Ullerv Scottdale Mr J E Hjte Scottdale Mrs C B Edwards Scotfdale Mrs George Detwiler Scottdale Mrs Jobppb. Brant Di cr- son Mr James D w i r e Connellsvilie Mrs Jame 3 w i l l entertain the True Blue Bible class of the Pennsvillo L C church at jjo Lome of A r rue Friday evening \Urrti S Ail members of the c a^s are asked to attend ' PITTSBURGH A visit to Pittsbn r gk is never complete wtkoat com'ng to "The Store Ahead " SAVE MONEY! Cbarmmp; Spring sUles selected b\ fritir 11 Fabbion ex perts d e s i g n s sucti is v o u ·would find m e^ccluaue shops-DRESS WELL! lnrjcnln^ ^rr\ Ire raorchnii \l*C ilr- (rial--If jou an" ^ H refund j o u r i Stunning Serge Suit 9.98 I-or \V omen Mxm lit to ^ i V* ell mmh p e r f e c t tit t i n i, -eri, suit in t i d v \ j, i a. i d n d b l a c k "Me l a h tt b 1 ·* f j i U s i l k . a I 1 i r I ionLrasLt n ^ e f l i r a \ be r m I n K m o d e l f ) r u 1 I t fcures h 11 I f i i t h belt w i t h a m"lal b u r k j Tlir^t in »«rted pan els b t. I o w ·^aiat I 1 i e 11 I m rn e d w i t h 2 1 » m o k e d pea~l b u t tons N e a t l y mad belt cd ikli" f Jll b a c k Rop.- rnbaum ( o C c r t If i e d l i a r t:"!"-- *» r A e r b * niMil or bny ·t the wtorr Child's Trimmed Hat Worth $350 2.79 A b e a u t i f u l trlmrm d h a l for Hi f c h i J o f I to S v L a r s \11 Mi. J i T9 ?iu b r a i d combined .. th fint. juiLJHi n ensuJin-3 n l l k ri ra m *· U w i t h small os rich plumi- i t b b j n Ilowt.rB a. r d Coli- rtSre Colo! » --v, li i L e p i n k nnd hh f Konc n h a u ni C o Child's Gingham Dresses 1.49 N o w f r p i n r rmd"] -- ii vd(_ of f»ood f j u i ity plAuf ffinp-hrf-in f u l l p 1 e a t f d s k f r t \nr% patch pockets ( r i m m e d w i t h w h l t i lar i. rep t rrt'fled B n r- irninK Order *J mnll or b«j at Women's $5.00 $6.00 "Dorothy Dodd" Patent Colt Dress Shoes 2.45 --w 1 t h cloth o r kid tops Goodyear w c i t e d noks button style w i t h f a n c j t!p* or plain toe --R»Ht-nlMium Co Ortifled. B«r- ^nln.-if! Order by mill mr buy ttt th« store. We Guarantee to Please Yoa Absolutely or Return Your Money at Once. THE1 PITTSBURGH *OKTT COM! JJT1 J) r~%r\e Tirne^ For 16 Tears JTarlcs-Da^ uson I\Iotort^Llcs lia-vc led the ^a " in motor- cvele development Motorcvchsts know tint TTC al\\a s \VPTI i1le to ofli ]u^t what the rider -wanted about t season beiore it ·was c\jeeted In th'S vay we explain our success Tlio 3113 II irlcv-BavidsioiL Motorcjclos iriJl igam stand Lead and saddle abovr competition T\"hile lie llarlps -l!a\idson has alwavs led in economr of operation tunt one uoss'ljilip. ioi irapro\ement has been itirthei developed For 1918 tlio Iljr]e\ DaMdson engineers have us a motorcycle capable of even greater economy 50 to 75 Miles per Gallon Gasoline 600 to 1200 Miles per Gallon of Oil 5000 to 8000 Miles per Set of Tires There arc sever il importinl improvements in the latest Tlariey- Davidson creation -- refinements that male for greater efficiency and even longer life "We know that everv person who ever rode or exnoets to ride will want to see the now beau tj --so tomorrow i\e throw wide onr doors and ' open house" will be the rule Come in Swing into the saddle of the htest Farley-Davidson bee the Irmiiious new sidecar. "We'll be looking foi you. Federal Garage Co. 155 E. Crawford Ave. Have you -LC./J */«z A Jj'.io .ui»j Connellsville, Pa. -±*ujftiAO« JDicyclejT JlttESS THAT IS DKTOID Ot TUraOUM,S Send Whitman's to Your Friends in the Service Nothing is more appreciated bv an Annj or Xavy man than a box of candj There isn t any better than Whitman s, so whj not include some m the ne\t box you send to training camp or ovtrseas' We Have It In AH Size Packages. Collins' Drug Store South Pittsburg Street. i ' , Toning it for granted ihit o u will iramediaLeb like Ihis drejs tbo tninj, that would trouble you is to know wh OB line it "ion cant possibly attach I your likinfc to the tnmmmgi for there ' *tre none It must be the dti-ntiness of absolute simplicit} aa t \\ins jou It Is made o£ white cordurcn cut m tke bolero effect m uhe baclc and tight in 'ront b means of a sash of the same material T h e collar and the -\estee strap m front as « ell as the ci-fls v e o r faille sIUc The droas Ctin be either buttoned high ot rolled into a revcr all the \\av down to the~ waist Anil Jinn Red Cross. Mr and Mrs VL B Barnhait ard sons Donald and Edgar Barnhart of the V est Side are ne~v members re- cened Into the Connellsvllle Red Cross chapter Tf Ton Tlant Something Advertise foi it in our classified column One cent a word. SHU Ueihul at Harneilsiillo Holds TnWIc Intprcsl. CONPLU3JNCE, March 2 -- "Villa 40 converts recorded the re^ vil in tho Methodist Lp'fccopal cburcl dl Uarrl- edsville continuos \vltli unabated '11- teresf The pas or Rev H C Trimmc- Is be ng assisted b\ the Kev V \t Bracken of the local M U chuich Hunting Barpalni 7 Tou will find tliem in otir ad. coltinma. How Tornado Originates i The tornado of the Western plains is identical in formation "Kith the sand j whirl The sun beats fiercely on n lira-! lte.d area--say ten square miles of bar | ren prairie--and as a result the £-ir next [ the earth becomes verv hot, peihnps 120 degrees, and the m iss Js constant ly Increasing In volume ALove tie, wurm air is a stratum perhaps 20 do- ] grees coldi-r i By and by a pnssngcway is mat*'' the hot air begins to ascend and the | cold tipper ulr, pressing oownwavd forces the HgMer air through n rban i nel thus formed Tt begins to -nhlrl it, Increases in velO"fty n surface cur rent forces H along uud tho to undo ntarts on Its destructive journey j The ter-ific cyclone origins OH in much the same way, only differing in extent The most iloleut cyclonoa originate In tropical latitudes in tho M* liintlc ocpnn, to the north nnd east of West Indian Islands and In the Pacific, j in the Ohlna sen and In tho neighbor- i lio"od of Uie Philippine Islands Tbe reason they arc BO destiueHve t.l because they arc curled such great extraneous OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING Anything Made of Metal STEEL CUTTING ANYWHERE BELL PHONE 52 51 Arcfc Street, Uniontown, Pa. Beil S4S Tri-State 5"3. LOCAL ASD LOJSG 1IISD J ^^01 ! MOV1NGK. c 1»1 HMS ATP, CmIASVmj5, PA.

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