The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 15, 1918 · Page 10
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 15, 1918
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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBULSVELLE V \ Spring Calls to Men! Every day is a busy day in the men's store. New Suit* are Coming in New Overcoats New Hats New Skirts New Neckties New Handkerchiefs New Shoes New Sox New Underwear New Gloves ! New Everything that pots a man in tune with Spring. It is no simple task to assemble so complete a stock--every item of which must be timely in style, dependable in wearing quality, and priced to satisfy men accustomed to get full value for every dollar expended. But we have done so--and invite your inspection to-day. This has been "Opening Week" in ConneUsyiUe, and never -was this store's style leadership and value-giving suprerracv more clearly demonstrated. But "Opening Days" are merely an incident in our business calendar. Day in and day out--season after season--the efforts of this entire organization are directed to doing things a little better, on a vastly larger scale, than you will find accomplished elsewhere. Just now all energies are devoted to earnest preparations for Easter. We are ready to care for every need oif men, -women and children. t Three Attractive Styles in Women's Silk Gloves for Easter --Women's Two-Clasp Kaysw SfTk Gloves wtth double tips,--in white. black, gr*y and navy. Of a firm, dainty quality that suggests a higher pnc«,--fc«t onJj 6Sc. --Two clasp Kay«r Sllfc Cloves with double tips,--in white, "black or grey.--embroidered in white, Belf or contrmsbTiE colors, at 75c the pair. ---Two and three clasp Kla^ser Silk GJovws with doable tips, .n Vhite. Wack, grey, navy, white-an-black, gnsy-and-bimcfc, mas tic-and-black,-with black or self embroidery, *t $LSK Q* p*sr, Saturday Specials from Our Pure Food Grocery Department Every item of first quality and desirable m every way. No extra charge JOT delivery. No extra charge for credit. Gold Bond Stamps with all cash purchases and on all accounts paid in full within the prescribed time limit. Notice Particularly These Prices . 2»e . 25e 2 cans Baker's Com 2 cwis Pond My Corn -2 cum Blue Ridge Corn 2 cans Manhattan Corn 25« 1 can R«d Beans I0c 3 caw 8ervk» Tomato Svmp _ 25e 1 can Calif. Sliced Peaches _ 15e 1 can lance White Cherrlos -- 27c J Ib. T/oose Santos Coffee SOc 1 Ib. Preraiwi Coflee 2Sc SOc B). Grandma's Coffee S5e 1 Ib. Old Sellable Coffee 27c 2 Ib. can ff, JI. Bakini; Powder iSc 2 his. TFiit* Pnn-l Macaroni _ 2Sc S hxs. IfStt* Pear! Spaghetti . 35c » e»ke» Octwrm Soap _. ."We » emirs F«Js Soap Site i cakes Ktrlfs TTiitc Flake vSnap 3flc 0 cakes Kasr Task Soap 3ftp K cakes SwWs Pride Soap 309 cakes Sunshine Srap Sftc 8 caas B«tcli Cleanser ,, 2!jc 3 Ibs. Areo Starch 2Sc 1 large Bottle Ammonia lOc New Easter Styles in Neckwear Are Ready for Your Choosing --Embroidery and lace trimmed Georgette Collars at $1.25. --Embroidered Georgette Collars to sen at 65c each. --Organdy Buster Brown Collars at 25a --Pique- Collar and Cuff Sets, button trimmed, at $1.50. --New Windsor Ties in Crepe de Chine, solid colors, stripes and polbartots. --Georgette Collars -with pretty fflet trimmings, at $1.00. --Organdy Sets, plain or bran- stitched, to sell at 25c. --Embroidered Organdy Roll Collars at 65c each. --Organdy Collar and Sets, roll collars, at 65c. --New Silk Ties in solid colors, ' plaids, stripes, large and bmail dots, at SOc to $1.00. Cnfl Special Value in New Easter Hats Featured at $3.45, $4.95 and $6.95 See Also the New Silks and Woolens The splendid values we are offering at these three special prices establish once and for all the supremacy of the Wright-Mefcster Millinery department in all things pertaining to inexpensive hats. Newest colors, shapes, materials and trimmings in a big variety of becoming models for women and misses. See them while the assortment is complete. m Fashion and Economy in the Easter Display COATS, SUITS and DRESSES EASTER COATS $15 to $79.50 Stunning models in serge poplin, gabardine, tricotine, Poiret Twill, Silvertone, bolma and covert--representing ten of the season's best colors and all new trimmings Women's and Misses' sizes A good selection at every price. Confirmation and Easter Dresses Sizes 6 to 14 Years at $1.95 to $15 The daintiest of pretty little white Dresses in organd.\. voifc. net and lawn Some trimmed with beautiful lace and em'bioidery --some with attractive smocking. The display is pleasing alike to girls and mothers. Early selection is desirable a EASTER SUITS at $19.75 to $69.50 Quite the most distinctive assortment of a u t h e n t i c Spring st los we have shown^for many a season.Plain tailored and dress models for both women and misses in a most gratifying vaneu of ne^ fabrics and colors. The suit chosen early w i l l prove most satisfactory from both the viewpoints of. style and economy. EASTER DRESSES $13.50 to $69.75 Street and afternoon s"\les for women and misses--in georgette crepe, serge, wool jerbej. foulards and pretty combinations Manj pretty tailored effects as ive 1 ! aj dress style" All now colojs. See chofae ar $13.50 and $ 3 4 P = i S* SPOT COKE AVAILABLE ONLY IN PITTSBURG LAKE ERIE CARS 0«uiiigg Taken Qofekljr With Continuing FUWttCES DOING BETTER a »MCh or Six "Weeks -Mo, Bat SUB Bdri Don By ttgbt Shipments i StMh Behind OB Pelfr- U«J Sitaattm is Basici. to X*« tfedar trod coke stlpperm this ireek are the moot mcatt»gas yet received. The Monontihrin raUrcad b*A an 80 per cant car sapptr an Mcodar, with 70 per cent jratertisy and indications tint the week's avexaee -would rtm. ·well «bo»e 60 per rent, which com- g»T9s ·vrlfii an avenge ol Sg per cent ··tit week. It is tro* the major por- t»b ot tiw cxr sar* 11 *** «« PitUborg A I/riEe Eric, feaasftnaaa care still bring very scarce, but at any rate i]oer« ut ridcnc« of substantial pro- cms being madb. For some time psst lie open market has seen scarcely any spot eofce rf- lefed except loaded in Pittsburg jk Lake Bn« eqinpmant. which after all can reach onb" a small portion of the furnices as the curs are not allowed to s° ° ff * hne The offerings Save Deed rather readily absorbed, while there ctramrues to be an insistent and unsatisfied call for Pennsylvania cars. Tnus the market remains a very narrow one in the matter of spot cote. In contract col.e there are practic- illy no negotiations. Many contracts are in force, and in the past few weeks the shipments against these contracts have been ander the requirements. so that tbere is room for a considerable increase in the weekly shipments before mucii coke is offered in the open market. Nearly all the current contracts expire Jane 30, but it is not erpeciad that there will be much open market buying, it being understood that in the majority of| cases the contracts will simply be re-! ne^ed, and of coarse at the govern- meat price. In moat cases th\s will' mean a redaction, although there are, dome contracts In operation at below ^ the set figure. It is generally accept-. ·d that there is no prospect of the AdmtnlatratioiL rertalng prices CotmensviUe coke. The market is Quotable at the set prine as follows: FoiuidKy. TT^bonr selected ...... $7 04 Crushed, crrw l-4nofe --------- *7.»0 12ie average rate of fclttt opera- boa in the central wot is now estimated at between 75 and SO p«r cent of capacity, this repmenttnc quite an improvement over conditions l»te in January and early in Tfcbnury, irb«n, exetocing blast fnraae«fl with byproduct ovens aiteeirai. the awrag* was below SO per cent. AH tie for- naces are fftnrlnK to operate roil, al- tnough they tucre not ai treat an Incentive an would be toe cue If fall shipments of pig iron or of fbubed steel could b« mxde. Despite tire light production of pig iron tints for this year the steel interacts, gome of them have aectxnulateil a HtUe iron { for the reason that tiny cooM uot ^tdp enough finished steel to atoorb all the pig iron made. £ven if they do not use the big iron at once the furnaces wjold prefer to operate toll as tb«ir costs wonid be reduced and reserves of pig Iron a« always ad- vantageoo*. 3316 PiUstrarg coal sittsfton is nraCh easier. Nearlj' all nnportant consumers are now fairly well sop- plied, but this condition results more from the" resranpUon of river coal movement and a reduction in domestic consumption by reason of the milder weather than, it does from the railroads moving more coe.1. Aa the majority of contracts expire at the end ol this month the trade is anr- louslj- awaiting ta« revised prices the Fuel Administration has promised to announce before April 3. An advance in the mine price is expected, bot the jobber's commission, as an item to be charged tie consumer, is to come off at the same time. This week the Fuel Administration has made an announcement as to its intention to license aobbers, the precise bearing of wuich procedure is not understood by the trade. The local pig iron market continues quiet as to the actual turnover, furnaces being behind m deliveries j on regular contracts, with the con-i tinned restriction m output. There Is' somewhat more Inquiry, particularly lor deliveries late in the year. The War Industries Board is to reach a conclusion in the neit fortnight as to! $ 2 . 0 0 Bring!) t h i s new THavoBd Araberola into I o n i ko*i«, SAMBEROLA CLUB The Edison Laboratories have authorized us to sell a limited number of 1TBTT EDISON DLUCOK1) 01AS on the Club Plan.. It's the only way you can. buy this wonderful J35.00 instrument oa such a small initial payment and easy monthly terms. Come in and let us tell you all about ,it. Or it you can't call personally fill out the at- , lacked coopon and mail at once. WRIGHT- METZLER CO. I W. Crawford Ave., ConnellsviHe, Pa iron 2JN3 steel prices that are to rule after March 31. The ei^jectation is that the present set prices will be continued, as a whole, but there is a possibility that the pig iron prices may be reduced slightly. Some buyers have urged that this be done. The martast is quotable at the present set prices, as follows: Bess«mer ., . ..... ... $3620 Basic .JS300 No 2 foundry .._..$33.00 M*llea.ble 53350 Poisre }32 00 These .prices are t o. h. furnace, irrespective of location. Freight from the Valleys ro Plttsbtirg is 95 cents. U Too Are Hutting BargalM Read the advertising columns of The Dairy Courier. Yon will find them. Don't knock Connellsviile by sending your money out of town for your job work when The Courier company caa do it here at home. Let us give you prices. J. N. Trump 11FHITE LINp W TRANSFER JLl MOTOR TKCOK .»* WAOON HO VOId AXt H01STCTO A ·PJ£CUUTY. omec 109 B. Gffmp* Atler, ·H* P. R. R. U*»ot. EUtk BEAD THE COURIER J. B. KURTZ, NOTARY PUBLIC AND REAL CCTATK. ? Mo. * «outb M»dovi LAM. |j ,,, C*IHMliWlll* P*. 3 oocooocooooooooooooocooooc Arcade TKe Monday, Tuesday and We 18,19 RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF AMERICA'S GREATEST PATRIOTIC SPECTACLE PRESENTED BY CAPTAIN P. N. LEWIS, RECRUITING OFFICER U. S. NAVY. 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