The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 12, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 12, 1918
Page 3
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TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1918 -fHE DAILY COURIER CONNELHSVUAjE, PA. SPRING OPENING DRAWS BIG CROWDS TO L DUNN STORE Xxkftltlom vt T»hlo»'g F»«- eiM the MtbU Out of tbe SCMO*. THE DtmY IS EXOLLEffT tbe JDiid C»«ld Coxjvre in the line of 3'ntnlM Aw*rel is to be Fo»mi «B Comttr and Shell* Storc l» 6«1» Itttoe f« Rte«* The E. Dunn store on North Pittsburg street yesterday and today at traded hundreds of shoppers from Connellsvllle and vicinity, the attraction being the annual spnng opening It being tbe first big spring opening of the season the feminine seekers ot fashion tool the advantage of the opportunit} 10 * witness the comprehensive showing of merchan disc on display for tneir inspection. Fashions for sprrng and summer are lovelier than ever and to describe the bewildering array on displav would be impossible Every department was stocked with the most authentic fashions for spnng and summer The ladies' ready-to-wear department on the second floor was a feature attraction ot the opening Virtually CTery style in ladies' and misses' suits, afternoon and evening dresses and other wearing apparel for milady being represented. Snitx of unusual attractiveness tailored and semi-tailored, embracing all the newest colors and textile*, were sfliown Many of the strictly tailored TOOflels are trimmed with silk hrald Some of the coats have straight lines, while others have a ripple back In many ol the suits the military trend is in evidence by the prominence 'of the khaki shades Some of the skirts are narrower and It is predicted will be a tnfler longer The most popular texture* are men s wear serge, gabardine, sil- vertone Poiret twill, tncotine wool Jersey and tweeds while in colors pekin bine navy, sand and the khaki sbades predominate Black and white checks are very popular A large ·variety of the popular sleeveless coat ·was shown in fancy mixtures, checks velvet and broadcloth Stunrmg spring coats were seen in all the newest colors and stvles, while the di«- play of wool and silk nreaters, some without sleeves was bewildering Dautty blouses fashioned of geo-- gette crepe, hand embroidered, crepe- de-chine plain and fancy silks, sheer wash materials, trimmed with dainty lace were on exhibition "Frocks of plain and plaid silks, the new foulards combined with georgette crepe were shown in many charming models There was a big assortment of separat* skirts in silk, silk and wool jersey, serges and all 'the other popular textiles I The milliner; parlor a suitable companion for the ladies ready to- wear department with its large showing of beautiful creations in millinery for women, misses and children presented a scene of much beauty There were ever so many handsome and becoming models tor milady to choose from Large and small hats, some marked by their simple, but smart trimming being included in the showing There nere models u hicb, appealed to the most fastidious buyer The new sailors which are \ery popular, were shonn in all the correct colors On tbe second fioor a balcony has been fitted up as a cuttain and drapery department ap*d many beautiful designs in both were exhibited The display of draperies in many striking colors was especially large The dry goods department, on the first fioor, had* on display all the newest conceits in dress fabrics, both in woolen and silk and wash materials Rich and lustrous foulaida, in a wonderful assortment of colors crepe-de- chines taffeta plaids, stripes and checks. were sbown There was a complete stock of (inens in all colors Beautiful table lines, with napkins to match lunch sets, centerpieces, doilies were attractively displayed The carpet department showed tbe newest designs and colors in carpets druggets and ^linoleum Numerous cifies were del oted to a big display ot the smartest mnelties in neckwear, Jewelry, gloves hosiery fancywork and ribbons The children s department was not overlooked by the management charmmg models in di esses, coats and headwear being shown i The spacious store was in gala at- 'tire for the occasion, appointments in keeping with spring predominating Spring "flowers profusons ot ferns, artistically arranged on the ledges and counters ga\e a handsome background for the beautiful silks, laces -and other merchandise so artistically draped in ever? conceivable space The large display windows were in keeping with the interior of the store, decorations representing » spring garden being most effectively carried out In the rear of the window was a border of ferns while In the front were jonquils, hyacinths and other flowers in many striking colors blending in perfect harmony with the display of millmerr suite, gowas and other accessories to milady's wardrobe POSTER If an Important Factor in Bwintra . S»fce*s. Knowing w h a t to'expect and getting ready for new concHtons--lollowing the trend of activities in your dwn *lm» Tina evry other line that may affect your business--is oust pUin business coiinron sens* You'll find the Kontliij Trade Review, issued by the First National of Connellsvtlle a great herp It s free Send your address to tie bank--Adv. Spring with its inevitable houeecleaning brings the question of new Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves and Housefumishings to the minds of practically everyone--that's why the Spring Opening Display which we are staging this week is of a great deal more than the usual interest to you. You will find here the very latest styles and designs trom the roaster designers of modern and period Furniture--Furniture of rare beaut} and excellent construction--from the cheapest that's good to the finest thats made Then too, among the Rugs and Carpets you 11 find designs and patterns that are most pleasingly attractive And unusually low prices prevail--because Aaron s immense four-store buying power al\vajs insures larger values than you can gel elsewhere A visit to our Six Big Floors and Basement--a careful inspection of the new Spring arrivals--·ftill reveal niany moderate!} priced pieces that will add greatly to the appearance of your Home 4nd b taking advantage of our convenient charge account system \ou can enjo ali of the comforts of a real Home without feeling the cost Come in now--it will be time well spent--for you'll find this Exhibition extremely interesting and instructive Aaron's "satisfaction guarantee" goes with every purchase you make. CHARACTER*® QUALTDf Now displayed in our Sho^ Windows and in our Big Second Floor Rug Department is our Spnng shipment of Whittall Rugs--exquisite colorings rare patterns, pleasing designs and styles The name of Wh'ttall stands for the best in Domestic Rugs They re made from the strongest long-fibre wool obtainable which is specially imported from Asia Minor The designs aie copied fiom Oriental Rugs valued at hundreds, es thousands of dollars --and they have quality woven right into them Their beauty uiH win your admiration but their durability to withstand the hardest kind of wear earns our respect andjustifies full} j o u r confidence in Whittall Quality and Whittall Reliability Considering the advanced costs in raw materials and labor Whittall prices are reallv very moderate In 9il2 sizes pnces range from as low as $45 and upwards See Our Window Display of Whittalls Baby Carriage Display Sale Our Spring shipment ot guaranteed genuine Reed Baby Carriages--a whole carload of them--has arrived They are now on displaj in our Show \\ tadows and on our Floors--a displav that will undoubtedly be of particular interest, to e\ery mother in Fayctte count! He r e are all Uie la est advance styles and newest designs-- rootm comfortable and substantiallj built carnages They're of tbe kind that will insure babv an on;oablc heallhv pleasant ride Low Prices Prevail The remarkabh 5cw prices at which we arc offering these genu ne Heed Carriages again demonstrates tbe immense values made possible onlj through the large four store buvmg power that we enjoj Be Mire and see the genuine Reed Car- , nil -s we're offering at only $19.75. Convenient Credit Terms can be arranged iC desired and e\en carriage is bad ed jp bi tbe usual \aron satisfaction guaran ec " , You'll Need a Cedar Chest Timely Indeed is the shipment of gcruinc Red Cedar Chests which we have just received For youjl soon be in need of one ·nflcn ou store away your Winter Clothes and Turs Prices rouge from as loi; ag $13.75 upwards. Newest Creations in Floor Lamps Among the new arrivals in Floor Lamps are some mighty attractive, stunning stjles and designs--in finishes to match the furnishings of any room Silk Shades in Many Colors and Shapes i The snades are made of the famous Cheney Silk--that will not become "stretched out' or faded They're of rich and pleasing color combinations Prices from $16.75 Upward 1 Let Hoosier Be Your Kitchen Aid / Let the Hoosier help \ ou conserve youi food save your steps and labor Let Hoosier make play of our kitchen tasks the same as it is doing for over a million other housewives $1.00 Weekly Joins the Hoosier Club That's all it costs to get this automatic servant--an^l that's why you can t afford to be without Hoosier another day The Famous New Process Gas Range The New Process is a -wonderful cookei and bakei--and its^the one gas range that work's successfully and gives complete satisfaction under all conditions of gas pressure It s the highest grade range made--yet the price is very low Equipped with patented lighter and the scientific arrangement of the burners saves 25 per cent of your fuel bill See it Demonstrated. 1 Dickerson Run., DICKERSON RUN, March 11 --T D Schuyler was a Pittsburg business' position with J I book.%eopar Ciller yesterdav ing a store m the store rootn of Post- Daw son master C T Field has sold out Sis Mr and Mi» N N L nt are spend- stock and letire from busiue^s ng a lew d*is ubit ng lelativei and Miss Grace Wilbe'm aas accepted a i friends at Rockwood F BlacL t Co as Read the adveitisementx , I * H Bnrkett spem. Sunday visiLng I his family at Qvuoberland, iid You y.U find rtuaa in our ad. colmu. | "W C Trusel who has been, conduct- Mrs W H Hughes of Piusburs is I If Ion Are linn ting Bargains spending a ftnv days visiung \lr and j Read the advertiseing columns ot The ilrs B r Husband o£ Bridge street Da»ly Courier lou will ftnd U"sro. TEACHER VINDICATED (xranrt Jury Ignores Bill V^ainst I us.- nr!H£ Principal* erne oE bu Uors Tbe bov a paients look lega ddion v.U th resulted m and assault and b it ten caa sent to couri Last n eck the Favette liuiik ^UtemeiiK UlleiL .iSimG'rO!s Mdlcll 32 -- Th« biding co npti oiler ol urrenw veslerdar ·-- ,issued a call for the cond)Jon ot all counlv national banJcs ot the tinited States scnools Dunlyir township was j bill and placed the costs on Thomas i charged with hating cruelly beaten Hudoclj, toe prosecutor. I Try our classified

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