The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 23, 1918 · Page 5
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 23, 1918
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SATURDAY, MAKCH ZS, 191S. -THE : DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLE, PA. PAGE FT5TS. LUTHERAN CHURCH, jev. Ellis B. Burgess, pastor. Con- rtoation class at 9 A. M.; Bil.le chcol at 10 A. M.; Luther League at' : .K f. M. Divine services Till be tmt'.ucted by the pastor at 11 A. M. id 7.30 P. M. Morning sermon, The jihn Sunday Processional." Evening ernion, "The Closed Doors of Eu- jan Life." Special services Trill he «ld every night during the coming reelc. with preparatory services on, T«daesday evening, and the administration of the Holy Communion .on fhursday and Friday evenjngs. The font will be opened for ,th* .baptlnn )t children on Thursday evening. Strangers are invited to worship with as. I GERMAN LUTHERAN ST. JOHN'S Church, Carnegie avenue and East South street, George Dietz, pastor Jalm Sunday services at 10.15 A. M. ;Thlrty-two young people will be con: firmed and received into membership ; ol the church, 18 girls and; 14 boys. :' Good Friday services and Holy Com. . muniiin on' the 39th" of March at 10.15 I A. M-. All are cordially invited. I THE FIRST PRESBYTTEHIAN ·" church, J. L. Proudflt, pastor. Sab; ' bath school at 9.45. Mornins service '., at 11; subject of sermon, "Jesus, The | King." Evening service at 7.30; sub- »t 2.30 T: M. Senior-T. P. S. C. E. at 6.30 P. M. DlTine worship at 7.30 P. It Subject, "Daniel, a Notable Examrpie: of Resolution." Strangers are welcome. THE METHODIST PROTESTANT Church, West Appld street. J. H. Labertson, minister. Class meeUng at 9 A. M- Sabbath -school at 9.45^ A; M. Preaching at 11 A. M. and 7.3o' P. M. by Evangelist L. A. Bennett of Baltimore. Morning subject. "The Personal.-' Christ" . Evening subject, "Something Done Never Done Before." C. E. meeting at 6.45 P. M. Topic, '"Remedies for Intemperance." Leader, Miss Anna Brooks. Aft ftlb® THE "THE CINDERELLA MAN^'--A Goldwyn attraction, in which Marsh, the celebrated screen ject, "The Priest Endeavor at 6.30. King." Christian "Wednesday evening prayer meeting at 7.45. 'Service preparatory to Communion Thursday r . and Friday evenings at 7.45. i THK iTETHODIST EPISCOPAL ihurcb, G. L. C. Richardson, pastor. 'tible school ' at D.45 A. M. Men's '. iible class in the annei. The Sacra- lent of the Lord's Supper V.-11I be ob- ·Mae star, known, as the girl: with a thousand faces, is seen in the leading role, is being presented today. . A l l the performances, yesterday were witnessed by large audiences which were der lighted with the picture. The role in I which .Miss Marsh 'appears gives the I brilliant little "star an excellent opportunity to display.. her dramatic abilities. It is difficult to imagine Mss Marsh more excellently sast than in her rol« in "The Cinderella Man." "The Cinderella Man" is taken from Oliver Morosco's famous stage success of the same name written by Edward Childs Carpenter. Miss Marsh is supported by Tom Mcore and other motion picture stars of prominence, A comedy is Included. THE ARCADE. It is a toss-up as to which is the funniest, Al Lemons of Bennie Kubiris, the comedians at the Arcade today prved both moming and evening^ iorning worship at 11 A. M. and eve- wllh ^ e ^ T M j la]£ers , ins service at. 7.30 P. M. Junior ,, A Searc for a Mm , on/ . j^, ni ^, t , ,,. C ^ 6 Pa5t ° r w1 " the? 1"1» a funfen and dancing con- : , n, T V -^ en '°K r Passloll |test and left it up to too audience as ·,r,^ -^ = ** wortl1 League at I to which was the best. After 20 min)SO P. M. Special program and all; utes oe young people of tbe church are ' fl n j sne( j Perhaps if your head were u deal as a -whistle, it would iiot ache -- TryKondon's for your- . · . ' (at no cost io yoii) 5£,COd,OOOhave used this 29-year-olrl re* ~ , . For chronic catarrh, sore nose, colds, saeezinfr, ncsc-b]«ed,«tc. , tube *t druggist's. . It will benefit you fm*r time* more than it ccnis,or wr pay inoncvback, For trial ennfree-writetD MMOI Mn. C«., Hwumn, Mm. assist in making tils one of the most pretentious screen offerings by Art. craft Monday "Nan '.if Music Mountain," the star of winch is handsome ·Wallace Reid will bo -shown. It is "a western story, full of thrills from start to whirlwind finish, but has many entirely new angles and contains a lovo story of the most romantic interest It is the tale ol a man who started out to avengo his father's murder,and how he is turned froa.: his purpose and'inade to forget the hatred in his heart through the love ol Nan. Ann Little appears in'-te rol« of Nan. GET NEW KIDNEYS The kidneys are the moat overworked organs of the h u m a n body, itnd when they fail In their -work oC filter- United Profit Coupons With All Purchases--Save [Them. Children'^ Easter Millinery Trimmed and Eeady-to-Woar Hats in a splendid assortment of becoming styles for the rittle miss. $1.48 up to $5 Showing New Styles in Matrons' and '. ' · Misses' Hats Stunning Easter Millinery Tlie Last Hour Fashion Hits From JJciv York Specially Priced at Flower Trimmed Hats, Bibbou Trimmed Hats, IVIng Trimmed Hats, ' · Burnt GOOBO 'trimmed Hat!-. The most popular shapes of the season. Large and small Hats, as your fancy pleases--in Black and all. wanted colors to choose from. Big assortments at each of these, special prices. New Spring Untrimmed Hats For matronos and misses--all tie, latest shapes in popular straws, priced at $1.48 up to $10 ins and throv.'ing o!t iktf poisons things b«uin to attend. ; METHODIST' EPISCOPAL CHURCH iev. Riahardsc-n calls upon all the ielhc6is!t Episcopal members and Hends to rera-imber the book dona- Jon tomorro-*- at the church. Let rary oae brtes; oae or more books to aurch tomorrc-vr morning or evening. Ixese book are for the soldier boys in. l« cantomcentu and at the front The iator also calls attention to the cloth- i'i5 donation for tbe Belgjans. Leave toka and cloiing in the Sunday stool room ar,.d it will bep roperlj^ cred for. The Methodists will also roiember that vomprro-w Is developed in tile to happen. One -oC the ftrst wa.rning» is pain or ptiEness in the lower part of the back^ hicrhly colored urine; loss of 'appetite; Indigestion; irritation, or even stone In the bladder. These syrnntoma tnctl- was no decision, and they;' cate a condition that nruy ieaa to that ith, a dancing rtuet The i dreaded antl fatal malady., Eriehfa ia, day, morahvs an-d evening. Evan- grisac servlca i:ollowiag the com- raniori at nlgJrt. TUe pastor will JOTTED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Siitlr"" Pittsburg street and .Morton aenue, William 3. Bverhart, minister. Jorning worship at 11 o'clock. Evening worship at 7:45 o'clock. T. P. C. U. at 6:45 p. m. Juniors at 3 p. m. SS.D- :bath school at 3:45 a. m. Intesraediate i". P. C. U. at 3 p. m. Preaching serr- :' ices every night next weeic at 7:45 .· o'clock. TRINITY REFOEMEID CH0HCH, Corner Mttaburg and Green streets, Rev. Charles E. Wagner, pastor. On account of the serious .illness of .the pastor, tiere will be no Sunday school nor cirurcb services tomorrow. vTateh daily papers neit week for announcement concerning services on Easter Sunday. . FIRST BAPTIST CHVKCH, SOUTH Pittsburg street, Wilbur Nelson 1 , pastor. Sunday school at 5:45 a- m. Public worship at 11 o'clock. Prof. Haviland, will sing "The Palms". Sermon Sy tie pastor, "Why Do Ye Thisf loung People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30 p. m. sermon the pastor. "Christ's Terms o£ Peace". Music by chorus choir conducted by Prof: E. -W. Havilaml. CHRISTIAN CHURCH, GEORGE Wilker Euckner, minister. Bible scitool and Christian Endeavor as usnal.- Mtirning sOrjCJt.. "A Call to S«cious Thought." Evening subject, "ihe Palms ol Triumph." ·"COVENANTER CHURCH. SAB latlt school at usual hour. Preaching services at 11 o'clock, also at 7.30; conducted by Boyd A. White of the R. P. Seminarj, Pittsburg. THK FIKST UNITED BRETHREN church. J. S. Showers, pastor. Sunday school at 9.45 A. 51. Divine worship at 11 A. M. Subject, "The Pean ot Triumph." Junior Y. P. S. C. E. show is good, all the principals being clever, but the singing and dancing of the chorus is not a iig factor: in the success of the entertainment. Its chief claim to distinction, ia the fact that it is restful to : the x op.tic.nerve. It is a dancing show from start to finish, from the coucert dancing by the Dancing Four to the Scotch dance by Miss Velma Lee. The picture is William S. Hart In "Every Inch a Man." Coming neit week is Zeb Evans' AH Girl sRevne, two lone comedians and nine girls, all talented, dome being instniroeatalists.. Of coarse, dancing will be a big feature, not only'ensemble dancing by nine Sirls, but by tie Zeb's Dancing Tour and trio, dnet and solo dancing. Tbe latter will be by. Mss 'Ruly Davis, dancing soubrette. The comedy will be provided by Billy McCoy, who Is favorably known to Arcade patrons,. and Charlie Davis, -who is said to be Just as funny. The opening bill will be "In the Diamond Palace." Charlie Chaplin and Patty Arbuckle In "The Champion," will be on the screen. THE SOISSO.T. Tonight marks the last' night of tho great play, "Mam'zolle," a musical comdy surprise. . It's hard to des- CTlbs thte play; one has to sec it to ttll all. that's going ot It'certainly hurt one surprise la?,t .night t o r - E L young lady ot ConnelVaviU.e, Miss SJiaw, who fainted and -was render'* first aid by fJr. Edmunds. After she recovered shs stayed ?ind enjoyed tbe play. The censors 'vere on hand again and the committee laughed and wore well .pleased with the show. The committee was John Duggan, Jr., J. J. Driscoll, S. TV. Lelberger, Edward Duggan, U. 0. Cla'oaugh, M. B. Pryce, C. E. Stout, Walter S. Stimmel, John Kiterle, H. C. Has, R. W. .Hoover, T. V. Doncgan, Joseph L. Stader, Harry Van Gordsr- West ireek the Jack Ball Stock company closes its engagement witU two strong plays. Monday, Tueadky and Wednesday, "Down in Main," a rural comedy of Jun, and laughter, with, specialties ga- lors. ' THE "WOLVES OF THE RAIL." "Bill" Hai-t, idol bl picture patrons the world over, has a new role, that of a railroad detnctive in. "Wolves of the Rail" snowing here today. In his new char- actor of "Buck" -Andrade, a railroad detective, he is just as fea»-iess and daring as when opposed to law and order, and makes short work of ridding the railroad of outlaws. Mr. Inee has introduced many. novel effects in the way of photographic surprises that distasa, for vrhicn there is tevid to be no cure. You can almost certainly find im- ledSate relief in GOl^D jrtEDA-L. Haarlem Oil Cnpautes. For more thftn 20(J years tnis famous preparation has been an unfailing remedy for all kidney, bladder: and urinary" troubles. C-e*. 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