The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 8, 1918 · Page 9
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March 8, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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.' KKliJAT, MARCH 5, 19L8: THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVUJLE, PA. PAGE NINE. FORMED DICKERSN RUN INSPECTOR SELECIJED SERVICE IN PRANCE Skill In some useful line of endeavor ; ieace on the railroad and about cars I takes precedence over ability as a musician In the army and John "W. Wilson, of VanderbJJt, formerly a .car Inspector for the Pittsburg *; Lake Erie Railroad company at Dickerson iZun, has been transferred from a band at Camp Gordon to a company, of railroad engineers and ordered to an eastern concentration canrp for transportation to France, according to a letter received by Charles Foreman' o* Dawson. Wilson, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson, was first sant with draftees to Camp Lee and then thansferred to Camp Gordon. .His letter reads, in part: "Bear Friend Cbariss: I saw In the papers where Cable had taken the daylight job on the shop track and my brother Ralph -was telling me that J. K. Evans is traveling car inspector. Well old boy, I expect to be inspecting cars soon myself, .bat not in this country. I suppose that it will sorprise you some to hear that I am not In the bane. any more. On account.of my eiper- was tramferred to.the railroad engi- nen and am watting orders to more to a conceatraUon camp and; then across the Viond.' I have been in the army just five months today and it seems like five years. / "I never thought last February at Ibis time that I would be getting ready to so erou the Atlantic to work on a railroad-in-France, but one can never tell what is going to happen. There are about 125 fellows ia the company with me and «ll*bave worked about cars. There are two formerly ^employed by the Western Maryland at Hagerstown. My I just hated to leave the band, and the boye hated- to see me go. They are surely a fine lot and it in just like boing at home. "You surely do have a lot of writing to do on tne joh now but at that I with I wa» .there working with you instead of going across. But I am no coward and am willing to die lor my country." M "DRAFT 25S"--Successor to the "Slacker," and starring MabeJ Talia- ferror, the charming actress, is being presented today. A mammoth -representation of the ."Tower of Babel" was erected ou Long Island for use in "Draft 258",' directed by Williim Christy Cabanne. an,d written by himself ia collaboration with June Mathis. Elephants, camels, goats and donkeys word use in these sceav 3- not to mention a thousand players dressed as Babylonians, Assyrians, Jews, Romans, priests slaves and barbarians. These will be shown on th* screen, representing every phase of'tie rich vari colored life of Asia Minor in the days of 222T B. C. Many natives of that picturesque region were secured for the picture. "The Tower of Babel" scenes town an interpose in the picture and have a strong bearing on the . story itself, although the general ; theme of the production belongs most emphatically " to the present time. · "Draft 25S," is said to eclipse 'The Slacker." The production will also be shown tomorrow. Monday. Edith Storey will be featured in "The Eyes of Msptery," a melodramatic offering in five reels. Mae ilarsh and Tom .\foore 'will be seen soon In "The Cinderella Man," a Goldwyn attraction, as will Constance Talmadge appear soon in "Scandal." reliance of the modern woman .'as compared with her sister in put generation: is - strikingly shown, for in many cues the coivlry of th« modern IXAr£agnn is mistaken, and his · gallant attempts to assist ladles In j distress lead to rebukes from the in- i dependent maidens who are on the | alert to squelch flirtations peats. However, Ned finally meets his fate in the person of -Majorie Daw, who plays the ·part of Dorothy Morane, .a tourist, and in scenes of super-heroism, done in dashing Fairbanks style, he saves the girl from a horrible fate and wins a bride. THE SOISSOS. THE XRCATOE. "A Xignt at .Sherry's". .One of the feature which will be present^ at the Arcade tod^ * ni i tomorrow by the Johnny Jones '-Musical Comei^y company, will be a jazz dance by Jour girls lott by Miss Flo Morris, said to be th/'best female buck Sano.-r in the country.' Her work so far Uiis week has been much appreciated. Another out of the ordinary song num-ber will be "The Dixie Volunteers," by Ike Morris, a set of special scent ry being used for this song only. He will be assisted by a chorus and electrical effects. Lee Richey will srfog "At Tour Service," and Cumberland's favorite fair haired boy will put plenly of ginger into this syncopated appeal. Melvin will sing an original oddity, "Pick- aniny." written by himself, and his specalty includes another soag number. Jack La Mont will sing "On the 5:15." in his own peculiar way and Miss Melvin will sing ""Keeii it Us". Miss pattullo's selection will be ''The ·World 'Will Be Jealous of Me". "The sketch was written by. Irwin Wallace. The picture will be William 5. Hart in "His Last Hani."* Coming next week is Jack Grant, said to the funkiest man in burnt cork. He is supported by a capable company headed by Sfiss Hazel McKenna who appears in the role of a tan colored girl, the characterization of which has been at- tnr»ted by but one or two other ladies. She is heralded as being as fanny as any of the women in big time vaudeville. A trio that sings three songs at the same time it another feature. . . In addition to the fine production of "Lena Rivers" by the-Manhattan Players tonight.the patrons of the Soiseon will have a chance to win a big, useful prize at the country grocery store. The Manhattan Players have set a new standard for amusements in ConnallB- ville and during the past nine weeks have been giving a splendid repertoire o; plays faultlessly acteij'and staged. I Mr. Hlllis wishes the friends of the i Manhattan Players to know that bei ginning next Monday there will be another exceptional stock company at I the Soisson theater. The new ittric- [ tion is the Jack Ball Stock company which comes, here direct from a long and most successful stay at the Herald Square theater, StwibenvUle, Ohio. The newcomers are excellent and will prove a worthy successor to the present organization. The. Jack Ball Stock Co- will 9pcn a magnificent production of the well known success "The Natural Law." Lovers of good plays should not miss this real treat. "BETTER EVERY WAY," HE SAYS Smelter in Mint Was Too Busy Making Silver Dollars to Guard Health. THE OKPHTEtrjf. "A MODERN" ifDSKiETHER.." to e shown at the Ofpheum theater, today and tomorrow ;.jtouglas. .Fairbanks holds up the mirror of the past and compares the cairalry if oldon times to -.hs present day. The photoplay is released 1 by Artcraft, and is in. line with Ifeirbanka' recent productions with scenes of ultra-aensationaHsra and humor. Fairbanks interprets the role of Ned Thaeker, of Kansas, who inherited the spirit of D*Arta£nan through parental Influence, his mother "haying been an ardent reader of Dumas. The seK- "I guess I was too bosy making silver dollars for Uncle Sam to watch my health," said H. B. Thomas, of j 23+5 Nicholas street. Philadelphia, a ismelterer in the United States Mint. j recently. i "I have been an athlete for a good : many years, playinf football, baae- ; ball "and basketball," he continued, : "and I thought 1 was an immune as a | fellow could get from a breakdown. i "I didu'-t thinlo much about ray : health. Afi a result, I became nervous : and all run-down. | "J grew tired at the least exertion ^ and I rgaKzed I had lost some of my i strength and buoyancy. I lacked am! bition, and kind o£ pulled myself ! through the day. · "I knew I needed a good tonic and I builder, .so "when a friend told me ! about the way this Tanlic heiped him, I I decided to try.it myself. I "began ! using Tanlac and am now- taking it. ! "I feet better ia every way. I Bleep j well and feel rested and ready .for work in the morning. I eat well and my food seems to thoroughly agree with me. That tired kind cf a feeling lias disappeared,. and I feel as good and as bright as a brand new silver- 'dollar." Tanlac. the Mastor Medicine is now Mld here by Connellsville Drug Co. Tanlac can also be secured In Dunbar at D. C.' Easou's Drug Store.--adv. 1 Unconscious Backing Up. ' The author yon seem to be 10 fond of. Marin, murders the king's English." : . ' ' · '- · . · . "How can yon say so, pa? I think his .style is perfectly killing." ' Sraithfietd. STOMACH Of What Use Is It? . Thousands? ye* hundreds of thonv- ands.of people throue^out America are tilclne th^ slow death treatment daily. . They are murdering their (fwa stomach, tlie best friend they haTe. and in thoir sublime lenoraacc they think they are putting aside the laws ojf nature,- · · .· Ttii^.Is no MnMticmal. «ta»m«nt; it Is a startling fact, tbe troth of -which ·any honorable physician will not denr. Tie*e tboueondK of people are swaJ- Jovriac daily hue* quantities ot pepsiu and other strong dlswaterff, -made espcdoUy to di£%st the fo^d In the stomach wttboat any aid a.t iU from the membrane of tife stomach. 3tocoach ta3I*t£ z^lieve dts- omacli in, five miaatta; 'they fla mare. Taken regularly for a few they r baUd np ti* run down and make it strong- «nougrh to its own food. T%en belehtnjc. sour stomath *·* will so, ·: : . stomach tablets ar* void by T«TTTrfc*ro awd by -A- JL Clark* w March 8.--James M. Crow aaii wife, Maliuda Britt and John L Britt, her husband, AUoa Crow and wife of Georges 1 towmshlp, heiraoltbc late J. ,M. Crow were her* Tuesday and acknowledged a. deed to AJorao B. Crow to tbeir jaiereot to r tbe home farm in Nicholson, tawnahip containing 121 acres; consideration |5,600. Richard Drew who died Monday at his home near Morris Cross Roads v.-as buried in Oak Grove cemetery near his home Wednesday. He was 75 ytars of age. · ; ,, The Misses Leona and Ada Dfls. returned from Fittsfcurs Wedmeeday evening, where they had been wltli their mother, Mrs. Leanfer DHs who un4er*ent an operation at tne "West Penn hospital for apvendra- *.Ur.' Constable Arisen was patrolling tihe street "Wedaeoday with a' "gim : on "his sbonlder lootinjr for unlicensed, dog*, "When aeen hy tbe writer, he bodn!t killed any but had collected the license fee. from the owners wia bad not yet applied for the.license. : Mrs. Thomas Board left ben for IQ i»« COATS, The Most| Aotheiitic Styles In Now On Display Beautiful Easter Suits S " Of distinctive" modeling. They have extraordinary fullness in front and back. Some straight-line models, beautifully lined. Some braki trimmed, others plain. The Suits ara in all the favorite colors, in all sixes, priced at *7Cf d*^S* f\ J .75, $22.50 and Stunning Dresses In beautiful Taffetas, Georgette Crone, Crepe do Chine and French Serge, all made in the latest Spring styles. All beautiful colors. Sizes to fit large and small women. Pricecl a t ' " ' : . " . $9.75, $12.95 and $15 Coats of AI! Descriptions Made ia the.most, authentic Spring styles and finest materials, comprising the .»very newest modeU in NoveltiCB, Taffetas, all-wool Velours, PoplinB. Also you'!! sf-.c the now Trench Coats. All specially priced at $10.95, $15 and $18.75 Newest Spring Silk Skirts Kv.'ry fashionable aew fii.rlc in Plaid. Stripe.- Talfeua. These Skirts are regular 47.50 values. On ft-iifi tomorrow for ; , In Addition to Our Great Values We Give the "S. H." Green Trading Stamps JI -i L--'iJ^\^ nv"3- ;: ' · j j ^"^^ ,''.. S · ; · ' ··'·'4^-:~ «jj,VjJ5?''H'-; '" An Extraordinary Sale of . Brand new arrivals from New York's foremost' fashion designers. A wonderful seleetjcm.asseni- bled-for · this great sale. Hero you'il find tic newest sailors, pokes, mushrooms. Turbans,"etc., in a'l colors. Al] beautifully trimmed. ' Regular $7.50 Values for See Our Great Window Display The Biltmore and the Chain Restaurant Both Now Practice Food Conservation YOUR DUTY CALLS 1 · · j You to Inspect Our Beautiful Line of Woolens in Full Lengths Which Will Be Displayed at The 8, 9 and 11 A- Meatless Dinner At. a Chain Restaurant. U. S. Food Aaarinlrtntloa. . . Abore: EfcUne wbcnlJcsn\mcal at tbe- Hotel Biltsaore, fwuu left to right, Mrs. M. Crnmpacker, JOady Margaret Stuart MacKcnzlc, Airs. Oliver Harrlman; Mrs. Arthur T. CbfMer and Mies Ethel .D.. Bowers. Below: / Hotel EUtmore Corn Haff iiu. Food conservation knows no" class distinctions as the pictures show [New York society leaders in-the tea- |rnom-of The Biltmors--an,aristocrat ot hotels--are eating earn muffhps-- because it.ia a wheatlcss day. And- they t-fo vnjcyiTiK them,- toov Thoy.' ao look -toothsome even- in the pic- jture. Below is a reproduction of tho . cover of the Eiltmoro menu card. And now a little trip to where most of «a eat. Here is a picture ot a vegetable dinner, served on meatless Tuesday by this clfeln of rcstaur- an£s where moderate prices prevail. One meatless day means 14.000 poiinda of mea,t Saved in this chain, .;alon*. Quite worth savinc. Camp Lee, Va., to yistt tier son, Howard Boor d, a draftee in.that caimp. Truant officer S-waney, of Georges township hailed six ti-elinquetita from Special Representative of the Will Be Here to Take Your Measure On These Days fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. itls-to-Measure From $15 LET HIM TAKE YOUR MEASURE I 212-216 N, Pittsburg St., CpnnellsvSllQ, ^^^ THE REQUISITE Mrs. W. H. Rafferty has returned to her home here, after a short V'islt spent with Mr. Pleasant relatives. Mrs. D. J. Potter spent Thursday the 'York Run and Shoaf schools be- ! shoppius ajid. visiting Uniontowa and lore Saniro' Gruier last . Saturday, i Conuellsville friends. Four o£ them pals ilie fine and costs. Two concluded they would not pay and the squire committed them to jail W. H. Johnson and family moved Wednesday to the Joe Tissue arm. Charles LinSerman . and family but by the time they got to Fairchajice ' moved to their home they recently they changed- thedr minds and dug up j purchased, formerally occupied byW. price. OEIOPTKE, MarchS.--Miss Helen Robinson of Ursina, is the guest of friends for a, f e w : days. R. 'Johnson and faimUy. B. M. Kissinger of Cheat Haven who has been here for the past several weeks left Thursday for Friendsville, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan King, of Allison, are spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. George.Shipley. Patronise those who advertise, C H I L D R E N . f \^S Should not be "dos lor colds--apply "ex: iernally"- Kxn* · Ijntp Kgiy^humi in Tear I J. B. KURTZ, NOTARY PUELiC AND REAL ESTATE. No. S . 8outh Ucf.Oo'M Uui«. Conncllsvilla Pa. MOVE BY AUTO TRIOS BOTH PHONES ORPHAN'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. Mother--Your father always insists upon sitting on the front row at mmsi- ! =; - s«vu»KVnnno= cal comedy sbbwa. . . P«»i r«.: TMSiS-"S; H Soo-Well, His bald head enHUes tw EVANS CHfiSBi m to it. - ^1 A roaeiir for iafBctlpat 1.1 Iht u r i n . r j tr«it. Paiuleii. Jiou.pulcoaouB \cill not tirlctnr*. m -in -1 TO . 8 botilc, »5.7i.

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