The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 15, 1918 · Page 3
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March 15, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1318. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, FA. PAGE THKJSJS. WRIGHT-METZLER FASHION EXHIBIT FINEST YET HELD Everything That's Correct For Spring; and Summer Found in Grand Display. MILADY COMES FIRST , Kneli of Bis Establishment is CfiTcn Orcr to Her Needs Bnt the Men and Boys ami Children Tind Mm* in j Inspect; "What to IVwir Described. | Fashions ners-ost creations Tor spring aad summer "were exhibited at . the annual spring opening of the Wright-.Uetiler company yesterday and today. The opening was the most successful one ever Ireld at the large store, the display of merchandise never being larger or more appeajing. There is nothing of more imerest to - womankind than a display of lashions and the ideal spring like weather brought out hundreds of- shoppers from the Connellaville and vicinity, who were charmed with the comprehensive showing of correct fashions for 1918. The large store was handsomely decorated Eor the occasions appointments in keeping with spring p rcvlominatin g. A marked feature of'tho merchandise displayed was its richness of quality. The dry g°ods deparuneivt in charge of R. M. Evans was one of the principal attractions to wotm-n shoppers. Dress fabrics were never more interesting than they are today. With the revival of the silhouette, soft, , rich und luxurious silks will be extensively used. First in popularity arc 'foulards which were seen in exceedingly charming designs of dull and lustrous finish. Crepe de chines, coar- raeuse, crepe meteor, taffetas, stunning plaids and stripes and baronet te satin are also popular among the silk - fabrics. The leading wool fabrics for dresses , are tricotines, poiret twill, serges, ; gabardine, wool velour and jerseys, . wltile for coating velours and bxirella ( cloth were extensively shown. These i fabrics come in all the leading: colors, ·gray- taupe, Rand, Pekin, be-ge and iblue. Never were American cotton ·fabrics more beautiful or glorious 'than, they are today many handsome ("voiles and other wash fabrics being ^produced in foulard j^atierns of rich '·designs and harmonious colors. Ginghams, which will be extensively worn 'this season, were shown in checks, -plaids, stripes, plain and fancy mis- ": lures were displayed. Numerous display cases showed all 'the newest conceits in neckwear,'jewelry, stationery, rlbbcns, gloves, but- j .tons, hosiery, purses, toilet articles, j :ivory and dress trimnring-s. Rich and j .lustrous table linens, with napkins to! ,match, luncheon sets, doilies, scarfs, j ^etc., were displayed 10 good -idvant-1 age. The an and newlle work depart-! men i, showed all the r.ewest models in | ;fancywork. as well s.s a big assort- j mem of yarns. This departm-uit has j .disposed ot 10,000 boxes of yarn. | which shows that the women of Con- j : nellsrillo and vicinity are doing their i jolt in knitting for the soldiers and j salors. I Never did Lhe ladies' read-y to wear l department in charge of F. V*'. Wright- ; provide such a bewildering a7id fas- j cioating array of women's and misses' wearing apparel. Charming suits, marked by their individuality and smartness, were shown in distinctive-) · ly man-tailored, semi- tail or ed, dress ! and sport models fashioned of Lhe 1 newest fa-brics, including poirei twill, wool velour, gabardine, tancy mixtures, covert, etc. These were shown in all the leading colors, which are rookie, sand* Pekin, navy, taupe, copen. Coats are made in eton, box, ripple back, straight or dip front or side effects, while the skirts, which are n trifle narrower, and as the--seasoa advances will be worn longer, it is pre- Mictcd. shoTT draped, tunic or plain tailored effects. Many of tlie suits in- iroduce clever little vests of broadcloth, pique or washable satin, and the new sash belt. Charming gowns for street- afternoon and evening wear were shown in combination effects or silk, wool, georgette crepe, crep de chine, ?n all the popular shades or the season. Women's and misses' coats, revealing a smartaess of style tha», appealed i !: ttio most fastidious buyers-made of I velours, poiret, gabardine, coverts, tricot in?, were shown in the popular colors of the season, some were made with the high waist line gathered -tack, uox pleated and in military effect. New spring blouses made of geog- Hte crepe, crepe de cbine, French lawn and voile w-ere displayed in a jrreat variety of styles. Some were lace trimmed, some emfbroidered and others introducing beaded effects. Beautiful nev sweaters in vool and silk, tbe former being prettily trim- :ned with angora, were exhibited, /rhere was a large showing of cnil-: i "Wren's wear. The dainty display infants' wear, attracted*'-much attention. The corset · department . in charge 2 Miss Catherine O'Connor showed all the newest models ic cor- i-ets and brassieres. The millinery parlors at which MJss Harriet Ridgeway manager, was thronged throughout the day. Showings in. millinery are'truly wonderful, lame Fashion having provided styles I ccoming to all. The new poke hats. Larger Values for Less I . . i ==1 --that's the Aaron idea. And that's why no matter what price you pay here, no matter what styles or designs of Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves or House^urnishings you select, you always get several dollars more value at Aaron's than you possibly can get elsewhere. Of course there are reasons for this. First of all.jAaron's is a reliable, financially responsible organization, firmly established in FayotUi County for orer ii quarter century. Then too. -the four bier Aaron Stores.make it possible (o liny in tar-load lots where other stores buy only a jtiecc or two ut u time. .In that way ivc can many times sell mi article for the price that other stores themselTCS mnst pay for it. Connellsville's Reliable snn This 3-Piece Queen Anne lied Room Suite in American Walnut Triplicate Mirror Toilet Table can be included in this Suite at §24.75 extra, Not alone is this type of Furniture beautiful in appearance, but it is constructed by skilled workmen from the most, carefully selected woods and is very highly finished. * Sec tliis tu*;iTiHful Tnhl'C fi-A KA f,amii at «£*£».t»V AEON'S Housefurnishers Since 1891 Table and . Floor Lamps Among the new arrivals in Table and Floor Lamps are some mighty attractive, stunning styles mid designs--in finishes to match the furnishings of any room. Silk Shades in Many Colors and Shapes Not alone do you always get larger values for less money at Aaron*!*--Iml 5jy faking advantage of the original, convenient charge account system we've arranged for you--the matter of payments vviil lie nude very easy. . - t · And for your protection, every article you jmrehase here --no matter how much or how little you pay for it-^is at all times hacked up liy Aaron's'-satisfaction guarantee." Tile shades an- m a d f of the famous Cbency s i l k -- t h a i will not bocomo "stretched out" or faded. They're of rich and pleasing color combinations. Floor Lamps from $16.75 Upward. This Special Bed Outfit Complete li Q-75 With Spring and Mattress A--CA- The iron bed has 2 - j n e h ' c o n t i n u o u s posts and is fitted with 30 f u l l one-inch .fillers. The enamel 5s baked on giving it the appearance of porceliron. Ball-bearing casters. Cotton top mattress and sag'-prool spring complete the outfit. Baby Will Enjoy the Ride --especially if it's in one of those roomy, comfortable, easy riding, new Spring Baby Carriages which we are now showing. Then too, Baby needs plenty of fresh air and sunshine to make him robust, strong and healthy-- so you'd | better come in now and'select the carnage you like best--to be ready to give him an enjoyable o u t i n g every opportunity you get. New Spring Floor Coverings of the better kind. Variety Large--Prices Low From our large showing of Genuine Reed Carriages --the only kind that will stand the wear and give complete satisfaction--it will be a very easy matter for you to make your selection. Here you.will find carriages in many different styles and finishes--at' a wide range of moderate prices that will really surprise you. i As usual, every Carriage is backed up at all times by Aaron's "satisfaction guarantee." Convenient terms, if desired. This ('Cn«int Repd t'arriaso tvith full roll toji and fl-| ft f7fr f u l l roll body -.._. «pl«/. O 3n our Big Second Floor Rug and Carpet Department you'll not only find the largest variety of patterns, styles and designs in Fayette county to choose from--but they're all high grade, reliable lines for which we have the exclusive sale in Connells- villc. A n i o n p ihcm arc tlic well-known VTnitlal! Rugs in many piea^ltlK, :utnu-live designs--made nf [he fmo.s! Ions-fibril wool f - s p o r t l y WOVPII so thai ;hey \ \ i l i witlKstand even t h e bani^st kind bf ivc-ar. And thp fan iha; wo r n n t r a n M for f h c s r Floor Covcrin^Trt OVLT a y r u i - .-j^n enables us to offer them 10 you ;.] savings of ;.'.V, Irss tiian the prcsen'. mar- hoi prices ivoi:!d he. Come in Now and See These Values:-- nxli Genuine iVool fare less Tapestry Brussels Rat; $18.75 Seamless Rnir Axminst-er $29.50 frame Kmiy Rrns- sels Whittal Rue.... $45.00 Stoves and Ranges Whether you want a coal, gas or a combination coal and gas range--you'll find here a larger variety of styles and designs at lower prices than elsewhere. Aaron's is the only .store in (lonnolls- ville where you can buy the (nraous I'ni- versHl .Combination Range--the best made Combination .Range on the market today--and the New Process ttas ffcinge that operates .satisfactorily under all conditions of cas pressure. Be sure to see the Special Range ire are offering A'etv Process SIMPLEX UNIVERSAL .Range ire are offering fljl ft TC at only ,, $ JiU. i D- 21% More Space in the. K I T C H E N C A B I N E T The iJoosier's oversize base has 2l r ,' more space for 'pots and pans than the average kitchen cabinet.-/And this is only one of Hoosier's many excellences. It has IT exclusive features that can'C be found in nil other cabinets combined. There are places for 400 articles within arm's reach --all scientifically arranged. Pay Only $1.00 Weekly --that's all it costs under the H.oosier Club Plan terms to put this automatic servant to' work for you. Prices from $26.00 Upward. overcoats, followJng a request of the government for the conservation oC wool which is needed to clothe the soldiers. Boys' clothings is made along military Hue, with hats to match. The shoe department in charge of W. U "Wright, showed tho season's nawest fashions in men's-, women's and children'.s footwear. The grocery department in charge of Albert Flm- mg, made a neat showing. The largo display widows, with handsome decorations and mag- r.ulce-nt display of women's and men's wearing apparel, attracted the attention of all passersby. r.. L. p-rohst aad charge of the decorations. Vanderbilt FRANCE WELCOMES RAINBOW DIVISION ACCI:MLAT,E MONET'. Thrift Skimps and Cleans of Accumulating Policy It will surprise many people learn bow vapidly Government VANDERBILT, Cletis home her pa: of "Lookout Farm." She was accom- I panied home by Mrs. Lint and two ! children. · v * ( Miss .Elsie .McBurriey oEHTuniata, attended the Red Cross sewing hero yesterday. ·Xfrs. Leona Oughanour has accepted the position of bookkeeper at the Qgleyee McCIure company oE this place. Mr. a-nd Mrs. C. S. Freed of Dunbar towTisliip visiiod t h e i r daughter, Miss Mary Frert yesterday. ( -- t \ David ShelTlcr was a business caller Mar Certificates i j n Uniontowa yusterriay. '-Roibert McBnrney of Juniata was a i business caller in town on "Werlnes- j to toth. large and small were seen in | stamps and War Savings Certificates many beautiful mod-els as were smart- .; w ^ grow i nlo m one*. A little added I..- tailored models. The large hat ·\vith the transparent crown was greatly admired. Large hais are very Li.rge and small hats are very small. Tnc carpet depanrnent, in charge of 1 . W. Brown, had a big yhowing of c,u-pets- curtains-, linole-unis. druggets a:id other household furnishings. AI- t*-r visiting the men's clothing depart- Read Tlic Daily Courier. to. a little-from week to week \yhile · times are good will become a s-ubstan- ! tial fnnd that may form the basis of ; a small fortune later. The Citizens : National Bank. 13S Ptttburg Street, j represents the GoVenvment in hand- j ^-ing Stamps and Certificates. Call at T the bank und arrange for your buying. : It is pairioUm and profn combined. -- ' adv. . ' : n cnt, in charge of K. C. Mborc. it was discovered that in men's fashions . t r - o r e is very little change, with t h e ! If Ton TTant exception of the elimination of jelts Advertise for it in our c!assified-col- £rom ail clothing coat^ trousers and i ymn. One cent a word. FOR THROAT AMD LONGS A CaJcfum comwmnd tliat will brine r*- U*f Sn many acute ami chrtnie c^aes. Provideif In hwid!«f»t form, a basic rem- *3y hf^rhly recoTTim^nd^d by g«*I»ncf^ Contains no harmful irt-s5- Try them today- 50 cents » IHX, including war tax For ralv h.r «1I - r said, fere§i had th 372^--School teacher; Rcsidencft- tucky; severe upitratfon; left hnr weak. an»- mlc. nftrvnuR; low vitality. Physician- recom- mer.ficci P,io-frr*«n,. Two. ·P-tekn 1 trtatment Bhowpd rcmarlcablo improvement. Doctor reported, "Bio-f«?ren had done -wonders for her.** Another case--P^nnpvlvnniRn. reports: "I have taken about one-haif of Blo-feren pellets and mu»t oonf(-ns that I feel like nf\r,". ' A K?ntu^cta.n woman says: "I have ta'.twa B:o-feren regularly.and fee much benented. I esrt'i.-Kp my arfnF much'b'^tter. However; cin not; get my hands to my head sufficiently to comb my hair, but I feel ifiat i wiif soon b» able to dd2ti)(tt." You w a n t - t h e vigorous lioaith ;md ruddy beauty -.hat strength, nerveB a»a -TR blooii. Everybody OIW=H. Iti-ad Uir asn!n. "You. loo, li' you are di-ujrat-d down in health and s:; overwork, "worry,, 'tterves. mr-At similar causes i.-an r«bu)id In dependent oo R repoi'ts HDove is;th becuuae of health U is poi a-stlftiuUint. It is'a builder-- a builder ot ume of M «trenBtli wlUi . better health. Blo-fercn conuifnn auui« of ihn tjaat hiirrwll«m'h»twn \o the medical worW. and is IndJuuted for tli^ irtatn^nt of run-down conditions du". IQ overworlt, worrj*. .ana^tuiu. n;tslanchoila, nervuud tltrbili'.y debility fQilovna Infections d;creased, convLtlb^cuntm from acute fuvera, etc ^^ **»*v».jia Thur« is no secret nor mystery about B!o-/ercn. Sveh* the elements It contains. Aet: your physician about 'it, or h «.ad we will Bend him .*:Jrapiet*j formula. Bto-feren sells at ?1,00 lor a Uu«e pactago . Tour you or we Trill send It direct upon r*CGlp?f7 $1.60; anould you have any trouble ia BagartngT j)any. Masonic -

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