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Tuesday, March 12, 1918
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. i-AGE TWO. THffi DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1918. Miss Jessie Rhodes, of tie yatt-] SPAS'lSH BOIEKO^IS ~ £ .~' Side, -was in Httsttirg: today attend -· ·'- HEKE TOR l'Hj£-SI*MSG. ing toe Ust of a 'aeries of concerts given at the Nixon^QMater bj-~.tbe : PMfadelph^ .Symphony' orchestra.' .r Miss Helen-Ryan.'ana,Harrx fercy won the -prize waltz at S dance .last night. r ^cK were present- . ed witlya'Siifc umbrella." .'~~i -' '-I' A meeting Rebekah lodge tbmqrrpw-in~aad.tFeK The PaM^lerB-oi-ifath Bible" class ot the Trinitj-.-Lutheran church will meet toniKhtt the home ot Mrs. Ed- wiird B»e,c:iii_Vine street... _ The .regular';Tnecting.of:.thc.T. J. Hooper BiHe~ciass of the First Pres- byteriaiv. cKSich was held last night in the chufclw Business of a routine nature ^as^fransactedT The election of officeja?-"which -was to have taken place, vraa^poitponed to- a special meetins^tft-^be j held some time this month. ':Jr*~. Homer; j»*;!jod *iH entertain 'the young mejrtmern.bers of the senior commercttl^£?35£ of the high school at -a spaghetti .'supper tonight at his home in 2SK .street, Greenwood. About IfT.'oiembers of the Knit, and Win Unit td^the Charleston Comforts liranch of -tK£-Navy League met last evening -ftE-th^-hpme of Misses Ivy and Grace Penrod-in- Ninth street,-Greenwood, and: spent the evening.knitting for the salVojsrMrs. Edward Sweeney is chairmai£c*;i;be unit, vrhich since. its organization has been- . doing- splendid warkl",The next meeting will be held Monday night at the bome.'ot Mrs. R.' Smith in Eighth street; 1 The B'nat:B'rith. lodge willjiold a dance tonighi in Llarltell hall for the benefit of '£he soldiers and .sailors. Music iriU vot'furnished by Kiferle's orchestra .'ad' a mst enjoyable evening is anticipated. A large -number of out-of-tofni-.guests are expected. The reiulir. business meeting of the Daughters IffiT'Jsabella uriH ':br held this evening in . the parochial hall: A most · interesting program on "Household Economy" was carried out at the regujir .meeting of the Outlook ciub, at whibh.Jlrs. Warren L. Wright was flostesa'.y.esterda-y' .afternoon 'at her home- in, .South Pittsburg street. Mrs. David.torig read an -instructive and well prepared paper on the subject. Followliilr the program the guests assembled in the dining room and partook of delicious Hoov- erized luneeph. Bach member broust a sample^ her favorite dish, and its recipe;,". The ladles exchanged recipes »nct;tli6Tneeting.proveil a very profitable' one.TThe table -was centered with, -a large bouquet of jonquils. Mrs. DpfiElang -will entertain tie club Monday-; afternoon March . 25, at her home ; in~ Morrell avenue- Greenwood. ;.-.-·;·-; : The mnUil .spring openrac at Kobacker's storK.irin be ield Thursday- and Pridaj.-Tllusic will be furnished: on Thursday- afternoon from 2:30 to" 5 o'clock by" Kit eile's orchestra. .. .- . The ""bolero" effect is so decidedly tasty when in the proper cloth it is surprising that it has not been..popular for many seasons. Corduroy. ..'is the'-'only cloth for ,a bolero, : and ^as here- shown it makes up'wpnderfully.' The-bolero is one of-the--outstanding .features-of' Spanish Qire"ss', ; '-and -ii'^'is due to, become popular with!"American y.o.ung-ladies before the. end -of-tht; ssmmeirmbnths. This-street-.|ress-in marine corduroy has a-raost_youthful air. ' The "belero with tiie dainty embroidered design on each lap is the pre-eminent feature, and is the thing that puts the costume in a distinctive class.. The white vestee adds a most- charming-contrast. . town, was visiting at the home of Mrs. M. J. King of Highland avenue yesterday. - Piano Lessons.--Call Miss Naomi Powell, 505 McCormick avenue for piano lessons.--Adv.--7-3t-eod. Miss Geftrad* Opperman has je- tu.rned to tler after a visit with, her mother. Mtsi. : - Gertrude OpiScrmatt- pf East Francis 'avenue. - - · " - " Mrs. J. X"-H»ke of Pittsburg is 'vis-. tting her mother, Mrs. JC~C~ttie~.~ot Pennsrille. ^-. '-- 7 . ' Downs' cfean^P sale of every yin- ter shos store for men. 'full women and! children is no*' in swing. Saiejasts all this week. opportunity-.:to "save some money. rTou always need, shoes. Come- early. -Adv.-- ll-3U,-:r. Mr. anS",JIts:.,I. Leonard Aronson aad dausBtSC^t-eo"*' of Pittsburg, , were guestR-'otllr. and-Mrs. Alfred J.. Kobacker"'of .West Green street, Sunday. Mr. Aronsori is a brother of Mrs. Kob»cker. r .J _'. .- ._ The best-jrtace to shop 'After all. BrowMll Sh'wfCo.--AdT. Mrs. J. ,P::;Brennen, of Scottdale. was in Utwjctnis morning on her way to MeyefMmlCtb visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mfcliel Shannon. · EverTtKing'-that's new in' style .and fabric for'spring--I hare . L_ Xot* 'em over." JOave Cohen, TaH'of.--Adv.' Mr. and-·Mfst^ -William Beacfaly~and two childreB^oit Brownsville, were guests OI-MKB Beachly's parents, Mr. and Mrs.-J;-.H:~Bittner ovtr Sunday. "Women--Btove; you been at -Downs' Shoe Storecand taken advantage ot their saleTntseasonabie -and stylish footwearl^Ctevery best of footwear sold in CoSUBlliyille.--Adv.--ll-St. Mrs. pliiiT'Mangus. of Irwin, and Miss Amy.i'Bfaas. of Pittsburg, have returned home-after a visit witii Mrs. Joseph Riling of ^West Cedar avenue. Coming-^--"WomShood, tire .Glory of T b e Natlori/^-jCdy^ia-it " . . . Mrs. .Joaeph Grey of Fittaburg 'and -Mrs. James Bfew of Charleroi are guests ot their..sister. MLss Elizabeth Vance, of ;3¥est .Green, atrret. , Mrs. GfprgrHTrtchinson,.:.of, Union- PLANS ARE COMPLETE For Culture Club's Ked Cross Benefit at High School Hall. All arrangements have been completed by the "Woman's Culture ciub for the benefit moving picture, "Alice in" Wonderland," to be presented Saturday morning, afternoon and evening, March 16, in. the new high school auditorium for the benefit of the Red Cross. There will be five performances, the morning show for' tie grade pupils of the public schools^ beginning at 10 a, m. The.hours jCar the two afternoon performances are from 2 to 5 o'clock, and for" the evening, 7 toll.' Tickets will be sol-d to all school children for 10 cent's and to adults for 15 cents. They wJIi be good for any performance^ ··" : WINFIBLD SCOTT THOMPSON. . "Winfield. .Scott Thompson, a,well known. Baltimore. '' Ohio., railroad conductor,' died yesterday... afternoon In the St. Francis hospital',, Pittsburg, following an-'illness due'to nervous trouble.-"Mr. Thompson was taken ill four weeks ago last Thursday. Tibe 'Sody, arrived hefe-Uiis afternoon and ; was · rem oved-by. · Funeral Director Charles'C..Mitchell to the 'family -i!es- idence .in Soutti Arch street, Crom where , r the funeral will take place' Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Rev. G. W.. Buckner, pastor ot the Christian church; officiating./ Inter- jmeDt in. Hill.; Grove .cemetery:. Jlr. Thompson was born, at Boyds, Md., a son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson. Had he lived until March 20 he would have been 37 years old. He had been in the service of the Baltimore Ohio railroad about IS years, entering as a brakeman. Later he was promoted and at the timo of his death was working in. the yards. He married Miss Elia Chambers of ·Vanderbilt, who with four . children, Prances, Raymond, W. ,S., and Jean, survive. His father of -Boyds, Md., one sister, three half sisters and five half brothers also survive. Mr. Thompson, with his family moved here from VandeTbilt about eight years ago. He was a member of tbe Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and was well and favorably known, " t WILLIAM SPRINGER. i'WilHam Springer,' 64 years old, a well known resident of Dunbar township, died this morring-at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Philip Wilkey, near Morrell, following an illness ot pneti- monia, contracted about a week ago. Mr. Springer came to Fayette county from "Westmoreland "and for the past 36 years had made his home with Mr. and Mrs. "VVilkey. He never married. His nearest relatives are Misses Louise and Martha Babbage, cousins, of Biglrth street. Greenwood. MRS. SARAH A. GRIFFITH. Mrs. Sarah A. Griffith, 75 years old, (Hod Sunday afternoon at her home in Georges township. She is survived by h«r husband, "Wiliam M. Griffith, a daughter. Mrs. Mattie Huatead, of 'Scottdale: one son, Joseph at home; two brothers and two sisters. . HENRY C. SHAL.LBNBERGER. Henry C. Shallenberger, 76 years oW, burgess of Braddock and a former -resident ot Fayette county, died" yesterday at his home folowing a'n illness of pneumonia. Mr. Shallenberger was born in Fayette county and in I860 located at Braddock. "STILSON KBLLT. SR. Wilson Kelly, Sr., a well known resident of Brownsville, died yesterday-following an illness of Bright's disease. GERMANS LEAD WORLD BACK TO CAVE MAN DAYS Kule of Force Will Prove Boomerang and Purify the World, Says Bishop. RAPS PQUTICA^PARTIES VniUd Bretheni IMrhie, Speaking Here Thinks There M'enld be Lit- tic l.oss if They IVcre to Hie, Today; I'lcails With Audience for Jasfic*. GOOD GAME TONIGHT Elks and Xaccabees Will Hare Battle Royal on 3taccabeo Floor. The ConnellsviHe Garage and Elk basketball teams of the "city league will play at the Maccabee hall · at -S o'clock, tonight. These two aggregations of clever players have met btft once this season and in. that game the Garage won. by a single .jKiint. --"Tonight the Garage will be in tb,e best of trim for the game and if possible will "knock off" the Elk team for; another game. The Elks are at present leading the league. E5CM Run KolatJTo of Lessening Priest Down by Iraui. Stephen Canova, .48 years old- merchant- of McKeesport and an uncle ot Re% Fatb'cr'J.-Q. Canova, oi St.,Vin:cent He Paul's Catholic church f at Lelsenrjng No, 1,' was run down by a Baltimore ^0hio train at McKeesport Sunday nigtt and killed instantly. Rev. Father Canova will assist in con- ductuig'the funeral services Thursday :mprniag. The body will be placed in the mausoleum, at McKeesport and, in compliance'.-With .a wish of the dead man,-will be.taken to his native land, Italy, for in-tenncnt at tbe conclusion ol : the war.. BOARDS MUST PROSECUTE. Draft ETaflers, -is the Decision of U. S. District Court . Judges. According to a' decision rendered by Judges Thompson and Orr in the United States District Court in Pitts- nnrg yesterday men. who have evaded filing questionnaires must be taken! before the nearest local board- -and there have their questionnaires' filled out. «"i ~ -- ~ ~ ~ '"' ^ - ^" ^A^ its very best . . . . ,, It is the duty of the board and not of the police to turn the delinquents over to~tiie Department of Justice for prosecution"! '· . BnTs""^^; Car;"":"."." : ~\~ Dr. G. H. Edmunds is driving a'n' Pilot Bfic cylinder car purchased front" tSo Schroitz agency. The Schmitz acracy, of which P. P. Schmitz is head. ; delivered a- Metz touring car today to j Frank Hixcin of Gray's landing. TOASTIES Lease Unnkintr Quarters. A deal was closed today'in Uniontown by the Fayette. Title Trust company^fqr a leas.e..on.the; banking rooms of the First 'National banfc: recently sold 16 James I. Feather. In an address before a large audience in the United Brethren church last night. Bishop William Bell of Washington, P. C., Tpho.caino here to preach . the 17th anniversary sermon at tho church Sunday, spoke at length on an interesting subject, "America, Whence and Whither." He dwelt oa the turmoil that engaged Europe in the 15th century, and spoke oC the beginning of the American nation, saying that the battle of democracy in this age was not a new thing, but. only an old contention breaking forth. "The original method of administration was force," said Bishop Bell, speaking of the early days,of the cave man, when might was right, "and some of our so-called enlightened nations of tho world have today found themselves no farther advanced. ; Tbis bloody world war, with its terrific onslaught is going to burn its way to purifying the world; to bring out that this world is a unit for the rule of democracy.," be declared. Going back to the "whence" side of his talk, Bishop Bell said that in the 15th century, Europe was in contention much like they have been for the past 75 years. "The contentions of today are eld contentions." he said. Bishop Bell brought forth rounds of applause when he said, "the house of the Hohenxolterns will be up Salt River before 10 years; the house of the Hapsburgs wJH be no more; tie old sultan of Turkey will go, and furthermore, when the world has gone about 25 years further, aristocracy of government will be gone forever." Bishop Bell rapped political zna- cbines. "If we had to demolish our political-parties. at, 6 o'clock tonight, America, .could get up in the morning and before noon have a party with an entirely now platform that would set America ahead 50 years. That's because American voters are educated to free thinking." In closing his talk tbe bishop said that American citizens must be brought to a larger and broader outlook. "A Ttrero aggregation of men. THE BUSY EASTER SUIT SECTION First this is an early Easter, second this has already taken, its place as a season of suit popularity, third -we are informed by the New York houses that we were among that limited number, who were in their New York show rooms "on time" with early choice of models as first deliveries in the store--a most important point this season. So this trio of circumstances--an early Easter, a popularity of suits, and our early merchandise engagements--are making this a very busy Easter suit section indeed. t We can promise you full and complete satisfaction in our section of suits. Our prices of suits range from $22.50 to $75.00. Special for Wednesday--All Ferns used at-our Opening will be placed on sale at 50c each. i -THE STOHi: AHEAD." TU Horn tl QUAUTV ~*SaNKt NPmjBuas St Cwwnuvitit BtiTTEEICK PATTEK3S. ENEMY PROPERTY In United States to be Sold; Goront- mont to Acquire Gcrmun locks. By Associated press. WASHINGTON, March 12.--By a vote of 64 to 0 the Senate yesterday approved legislation authorizing tbe sale "of all enemy property 'in this country, after amending the measure by empowering the President to acquire -title to the" German steamship companies' docks and wharves at Ho- botcen, N. J. Enemy property within the meaning oC .the law is property owned by an enemy country, and official assur- ancps have .been given I bat there'is intention to interfere with the property or money of Germans or Austrians living in this country. The purpose is to sever forever £he hold of-Germans in Germany upon vast commercial and industrial -enterprises in the United States, which have been clo'sely connected with the Kaiser's government. , and vromcn Is not a nation" he said. ''"We must have a common ^culture, a great social justice that will make a man foci that bis right is guaranteed whether he has fire conta of $50,000,000." WEST SIDE SOLDIER LIKES ARMY LIFE; ALSO SUNNY TEXAS Continued from Pace One. irho ..has arrived safe!}* in France as a member of Company C, 506th Battalion, of 'Engineers, "Don't worry alput'me, mother," he writes, "for I am going to give the very best of my service to my God and my country." Improve Your Complexion Get your blood pure,' keep the liver active and the bowels regular, and disfiguring pimples and unsightly blotches will disappear from the face. For improving the complexion and putting the blood in good order BEECHAM'S PILLS are safer, better and surer than cosmetics. They eliminatepoisonousmatters from the system, strengthen the organs and purify the blood--bring the health- glow to the cheeks, brighten the eyes, improve and Beautify the SkM Direction, of Special V«!ne to Woman mm wftb Ererr Box. Sold ky drugfuti throughout the -world. In base*, lOc, ZSc. TO BUYEED CORN Tarm Bureau Committee, Asks " Ynblic Safety to finance u FJan. ·At a meeting of the executive committee of the Fayette County Farm Bureau yesterday it was suggested that the finance commute of the public safety committee appropriate $2,000 for the purchase oC 1,000 busheis of seed corn for planting. Further investigation, coming season's BOY IS 3TADE SERGEA5T Donald Jones, formerly of Connellsville, but more recently a resident of Smithfield, has been promoted at Camp Sherman, ChilHcothe, Ohio,, to sergeant. MOUNT PLEASAT BOY JtjOVES UP Df AJUfY Lieutenant Crosby A. Thomp»on of Mount Pleasant, member of Company E, Fifty-fifth Infantry, has been transferred from Chattanooga, Tenn., to "Waco, Tex., where he has been made an adjutant. shows that comparatively little of the corn from last season's crops is suitable Cor seed. In. sections where the crop was not damaged by early frosts seed can bo procured. - The plan of. the Fann Bureau is to secure a supply and sell it to farmers at cost. Announcement. The U. S; government, has taken Markleton Sanitorium for the care o£ their sick and disabled soldiers. They .brought with them tteir staff of medical doctors .and treatment operators. "Wiliam Kcndcl Mackwell - and wife who had charge. of the treatment, rooms at Markleton have located in ConnellsviHe 'for the convenience of the people in Connsllsvillc, Uniontown, Greens-burg, Seottdale, Mt. Pleasant and other small towns." Any one who .may need scientific treatment give us a-call. Private treatment. .Rooms for ladies and gents in'the First'National Bank\'Building,. 307. Residential treatments'given. Tri-State phone 232. -. ; . · ; First Babe Arrived. A daughter was born yesterday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Lyeil L. But- tc-rmore at the home-of Mrs. Butter- 'mcWs parents',. Mr. and Mrs.-Grant Myers "in Porter/.aveuue. The mother was Miss'Rebecc^Myers. The " ' " is their first. v O T H E R S Keep the family tree from cold«-by SCOTTBA1E SOUTH ' ARBIVKS Ef FRASCE -Mr. and Mrs. John S. Miller o£ Scottdale have received word ot tho sate arrival in France of their son, Neilson E. Miller, supply sergeant in the 35th EnglneerB. This was tho first intonnation from Neilson In ,(OH2f 1S HOatE Olf FURWVGH John Emrnett Stillwagon, of the battleship South Carolina, is home on a furlough.,visiting his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. E. Stillwagon of 3dna street. SHIP REDJROSS GOODS i ViHMlcrJjilt Cttit Sends Consignment lo Headquarters. Tbe Vanderiiit Red Cross organi- sation sent two dozen pajatna suits to 1 headquarters on Saturday together, \vtth the SoHowing knitted articles: East Side unit: Mrs. Mary Gadd. Mrs. G. B. Roberts. Mrs. J. W. Gwoea, Mrs. Joseph Gary, Mrs. D. A. Koons, Miss Mary Freed, Miss Cora Fair- cliiW, Miss Jessie Evans, Miss Georgia JrfcBurney and M(ss Anna Grace .Me- ] Burney each one sweater; Mrs. i George Stangroom, 2 pair wristlets; ; Mrs. Cora B. Porter, 2 pair socks; Mrs. j Sarah A. Evans. 2 pair socks; Sirs. J. i B. Cooper, 4 pair socks. I West Side unit: Mrs. Frank Mad-j den, Mrs. John Lewis, Mrs. William ! Thompson, All's. C. B. Anson, Miss j Elizabeth Lewis and Miss Anna Belle I Madden each one sweater; Mrs. John j Lewis, 1 pair wristlets,and 3 pair) socks'. Mrs. H. D. ShaUenberBer. 2 pair socks. * Party at Ererson. Carl Pritcharcl of 33verson was given a surprise on Friday, March 8, beinff-his 34tb birthday, by -10 members ot the United Brethren church. Guests were present from Cbnr.ells- viile and Scottdale. Rev. G. B. Alban presented Mr. Prilchard with a_ Bible in bchalt of the members of the church. Forty-four persons were served with lunch liy Mrs. JPritchard, Mrs. G. R. Alban and Mrs. McMaster, JAKES IURLEMAS' EITL1STS 0f ARTUJ.ER1 James Hirleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hirleman of Fraticis avenue has enlisted in the field artillery. He [ expects to be called some time this ·week. -· i F. C. GiOVfiR · EXISTS AS M.OTOR a ·.B.. : C. Glover,' formerly superintendent-of the Royal Brick company and the Detwiler Coal company of Con- nelisvllle, having enlisted in. the Motor Regiment, went to Pittsbnrg to receive his assignment to duty. Mr. Glover is a member of the Uniontown Lodge of the Loyal Order of Moose and vice president of the Uniontown Trades and Labor council. FQUK10CAJ, BOYS TO BEC03EE TKCCK DRITEES Carl Raymond, Robert Cunaingfrara, William Yates and Claries (Petey) Oaks enlisted last night in Uniontown in the signal corpV and as truck drivers and will leave Monday for Columbus, Ohio, for assignment. jroUier-ln-Ijiw's Shot Filial. Reuben Dcrry. 23 years old, the young man, wbo was accidently snot Febr.iary 3 at his home at Millsboro, died Sunday afternoon at his home. Young Berry was shot by his mother- in-law, who aimed what she .thought to be an unloaded revolver at her son-in-law and Bred the bullet penetrating his neck. Obcr-Rush. Miss Margaret Ober, a student nurse at the Uniontown hospital, and G. M. Rush- of Uniontown, were married Saturday afternoon at the William Pens hotel, Pittsburg. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Anna Ober of Scottdale. Mr. Rush is a son of James W. Rush, of Adxlison. Cuticura Soap Is My Ideal \ for preserving; purifying and beautifying The Complexion Hands and Hair Especially when preceded by touches of Cuticura Ointment to pimples, redness, roughness and dandruff. sftmp)«eaehtw«lvrmsU»rj'. COO iwwt-swil; "Cuticura, pt. 7T, Boston." -Said Party at flawson. Mrs. H. J. Bell gave a prettily appointed dinner ]aet evening at her home at Dawson, in honor of the birthday o£ her husband, Dr. Bell. The affair -was a compl'ete surprise to D*r. Bell and "was attended by .10 ot his friends. BIG GAMETOMORROW lady Maccabees nnrt ScottdaJc Girls * 1HH CJa-sh at High School. Tomorrow night will see the Lady Maccabees of this city and the fast Scottdale girls team from the mill town clash at the local high school for'the championship of.Fayette and Westmoreland counties. The Scottdale team has drilled up Jn every phase of the gamn and the local team held its last practise last night. The championship contest will he ihe first girls game played at the high school under "boys rules" aad both teams will be at their best. Much rivalry exists between thb "Westmoreland county team and tbe locals, and each has a big string of backers. The contest will not start until 8.15 o'clock^ in order that persons leaving Scottdale at 7.30 may get to the high school buildjng in time to see the beginning of the game. ! Hunting Bargains ,7 I You will find them In our ad. columns. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES AllWa Foot-Kwe. tU* ftnuMpllc powder co be »h*Uei into tb* ebow nd ·prmklea m too footbath The PlarlHbnrg Camp iltnoiU dvi»esin«n JD mining to B * e *OI-BMO In ttetr shoca t»ch maroiac. It prevents bliitcra and sore BpoU anf* n;eye» n a n D , a w o , i i tbanrtnaotttorcorn» mnd.bonioo*. A certain relief for »w««tin?, callous, Ured, Khtnic feet. Alw*y« ow Allen'fl Foot-Eaw to breek to. BOW ·bee*. Sold flTcry^rliere, 5c. St, Patrick Dance, A St. Patrick Dance will be given in the Cochran banquet ball at Dawson on Tuesday evening, March 19, for the benefit of the Camp Lee Y. M, C. A. The entire proceeds to go for that purpose. The committee in j charge are Mrs. J. C. Levergood, Miss Kathleen Dunlde and George Levergood. PITTSBURGH A visit to Pittsburgh is never complete without coming to "The Start Ahead." 50 Years of This is Gold«n Jubilee Year -- business founded in .1S6S. Rigidly observing high quality and service standards -- prices lower than elsewhere -- has brought us the most satisfactory business. Tins Smart House Dress "fflo to Tattonize. Merchants who advertUe their good" 1 Tie Daily Courier. J Striped and figured fifing-|/i ham and per-|j c a 1 e dresses, made with fuh gathered back skirts; three- quarter length sleeves, h i g )i or low necks; size 36 to 46 --at 95c. Order by i m a i l , o r ' buy w h e n you come to R o s e n - b a H m ' s, Pittsburgh. Tliis Pretty Kimono D a i n t y s t r i p e ands 1 b a r c r e p e v k i m o n o , made in empire, straight l o o s e , a n d g a t h e r e d w a i s t l ines, satin ribbon t r i m m e d , others w i t h large w h i t e d i m i t y col- 1 a r s a n d cuffs. Sizes 36 to 44, at 89f. Order by mail, or buy when you come to Koscnbaujal's, Pittsburgh. This Girl's 52.93 PrettyWash Dress at 1.69 G i r l s ' N e w Spnnff W a fc h 3 5 i ; e s a i ; s , i n pink, blue and tan large plaid ginghams, w i t h e m b r o i derecl piyue co'l 1 n r and cuffs. Sizes 6-14 vcars for 1.410. Order b?- m a l l , or l»ny rbea Too cotnc i e R o i * c n - banm'jf, Ptitx- This Girl's *2.98Wask Dress at 1.69 Wash Dresses, s i z e s 6 to, 14 years, in chambray or combl- n a t i o n s o f chnmbray and g i n R h a m, in pink. blue, tan -- also \v h .1 t ". middy drpssef. rcpular S 2 . 9 S values, for l,en. Order by mull, or .boy IT h r n y o u c o m e t o R o R c nbimm'n, Pittsburgh. Cof pense! at Down Yonr Concentrate Lioing Ex- IW Baying PITTSBURGH National Taxi an Transfer Co. 208 E. Fayett« Street GOOD TOtJEWG CARS JUT TEL'CKS TO AI,L FOOTS. Quick service. Moderate charge. Careful drivers. Moving and hauling. Bell riione 507.

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