The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 28, 1918 · Page 10
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 28, 1918
Page 10
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PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVILLJE, PA THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 191S. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHATS HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN · Undesirable Colored Folks Are Given Orders to - Leave the Place. r SCOUT COUNCIL IS FORMING to Direct *» Hore- oteit ud Xwntaia High Staadnrd; Sol BJ»g» to ke Giiea Xratbeis of BMketMl Team; Otkec Emits. Special to Ttw Courier SCOTTDALJ3, March 28.--Chief of "Police Frank JlcCndden, Police Officers Ganoe and Hyde at 12 o'clock on , Tuesday night surrounded a colored on South Broadway and arrested three occupants, each ot whom paid a flU fine and jwonrfsod to leave town. IXtfiftUitJ S^WWCV* Ber. J. O. Glenn a holding ser- · -nces each evening at the latberxn «rmreh preparatory to Easter MI- ^ Jtaator CbkH KBndmm. The Junior class ot the high school yesterday gave one of their Wednefr- (tny luncheons. Hiss Emma Joe Ken- _aey was hostess. She was assisted toy y^tft»ayt|^ McBTQcraey, Mildred Enrat, Marto TVeuner, Mary Galla.-' ~«tbe* and Helen Bttler The color adMirae was earned out in yellow and white. Covers were laid for 22. Among the gnests were County Superintendent Kofcert C Shaw and Miss LOGen Cornrefl, a former domes- be- teacher The affair was given tinder the direction ot Miss Mary Myers, the teacher Formrar Scout Co«n«a. In order to promote scanting, to Its highest degree ot efficiency 15 men hare been appointed to form a permanent council m Scott-dale. Charles Han. J ·Warren Brooks, C. Lee MeJ- rtOBer, "W. H. Glasgow, A. J Skemp, liar. L 'E. TJ^*, Frank liewcomer, IA D Jones, George Gordon, W E Howeman, Jnod Strlddcr and W. A Gordon hare been named. Three others are yet to be chosen. These men win meet in the near future- with the scout erecnttve, commisfdoner and scout masters to choose officers ~aad formulate the policy of the movement In Scottdate. Seal Mags Awarded. At the last meeting of the Pfcy-Mo- Me crab it was decided to award six «eal rings to the sn players who Jtaare carried the burden of the team timing the entire season. Thosf who will get rings are Captam Home*, Percy Porter, Frank Murphy Ralph Might TTOlard. Freeman and Krank Lester Hmgs will also be awarded the two snbstitates James Hamilton and James Gordon Otiher members of the club have decided to purchase- nngs similar to £ose given the Oder ooy» Practtcany every member of Che crab has enrolled In. the Boys' Working Eemerve for service m farm* for Sale. Xtgnt joom house, four extra lota, for SU900 Six loom boo«e, one-half acre lot, far $1,200. Eight rttom double house rerrts for tK, for JJ.OOO E. F DeWttt--Adr -- KSB XOBan OoaneeO c* PlttstinTg is County Svperrntendmt KtHiert C Shaw waa here yealantay vnffing the schools. H» made an address in the charjel to tte high school ctodactB. Jtrs. a D. BeU apent yasterd«7 in Bar. and Jbs. Jota 'Vkn Bom of . X i toy* at Oonaettmde 1* O» ·uOLmxortmn* foerr for DM ·UIHIMI and are {onpazd ir-bje 8Q dmy of nboot. Ajrfl fli» Mr. bmrnea* eaPer hiir Mn. F. H. Hrtntw 1»» ratarned to her bonw here sCtor a ehcrt v WiBt at TTnim.L 3Oa* Anna TrUBmTm ot Kentnok m Dr. cotton lin mond Id* AtetM oMe* Cmn A* leHehaD eo**g to a. nan oxer th» laardrte* and ftfOor TUB WEAK, IBWMOMAN ; , TOOKVINOl ! It Mkda Her Strong and \ Wen 1 wa im a weA, nui-down. anatnuc condi- IIOB, to th*t ray homework was a hardiB. Tnwl m recommended. lad it made nw w*0 and Mronf. It il cerUinly the beat tonic and MnnCtk creator I have ever take*."-Mn. JohB Lewa. Vteol hi a cod Brer and ircM COD. alhmtional icmedr lor imk; arrvoaa, fMB-dowH condition! of men, women kf»I children. Tour ictmey will be r«- knned il it doei not kelp Tom, ''-JLanghr.ey Drug Co, Coanellsvillef J)urid C Basoo "Dunbar, »na at the i«st dFDg storo m every tev-n asd Ittty In tile eeuiuri "Valuefirst'm EASTER for Men and Young Men The War has taught the valuable Ie3son of "VALUE FIRST." No longer are we a nation of careless spenders. We are all learning that every purchase is an investment--a good or bad investment according to our care and judgment in making it. ^ Clothes are one of the best personal expenses. Be careful in buying yours. You can make no mistake if you decide promptly on a Wright- Metzler Suit or Topcoat at $1 5 to $45. First come those distinctive Blue Serge Suits so popular for Easter, We never had a better showing at $15 to $35 with special values at $25 and $30. Then come the stripes and the mixtures and the good solid colors--row after row of them --faultlessly styled for men and young men. More than a dozen new models in Society Brand, Hirsh Wickvire and Michaels-Stern Clothes --all " V A L U E FIRST" garments--at $15 to $45. The artists must have had Easter in mind when they designed these handsome TOPCOATS--for we never saw such style in light weight coats and such promise of lasting service. The colors are grey, black, green, tan and mixtures--some with velvet collars and some with self collars. The KNIT-TEX--a stylish, unmussable knitted Coat is attracting much favorable attention. The price range begins at $17.50 and goes to $35. Biggest showings $25 and $30. Boys' Suits for Confirmation and Easter, 6 to 18 years, at $3.50 to $18. Come in artd see them. Try some on. Learn that it IS possible to , get GOOD Clothes this year at MODERATE PRICES. You 11 find them value first clothes in smart style, in skillful tailoring, in tested fabrics Time before Easter is mighty short But no matter if you do wait till Saturday--or even Saturday night--your Suit will be ready before you need it Sunday morning. EASTER HATS $2.50 to $6.50 \ALOfc HR£T hcic m HATS as %\cll as Suits and Co iLs New shape*; and new shades in bo b imported and Ajnencan makes The ' BORS U,I\Q comes flora Italy and is popu ar \uth all good dressers Ask to see one The pncp range begins at ?2 50 aad goes to ?6 aO T\ith plenty of gjod stler at 5300 ?330 and 5400 rf» -fl m d» I f\ Jfrl up to JpIU Shirts as handsora and as st sh as ihe most particular man could wish r or Newest pat erns anc colorings m and other famous makes §oEt 01 starched cuffs All S37cs n maiv quaht es from i good percale shirt at §1 00 up to the fin.p«^ silk at $10 Correct Spring Styles in Men's SHOES and OXFORDS Easter Display Waists Millinery and Dress The Easter Displays of WAISTS Afford Most Pleasing Selection The newer treatments of collars and cuffs, original effects in. colorings and trimmings, the sheer fine materials all are here Organdies, voiles, craws de chine, georgette crepes and many pretty combinations --in all wanted colors--styled right and priced right At*LM mi «J30--tl» fimoos -Wlrtt- mor" «nd "Wehrorth" T?*wt» in orsandr and TOtle, pbfe and finer trimmed,--ail Bine. M IUO to tMS-7-a good collection of white ToCe w*Ma with the neatest of At t*J* *ai WJ*--«. churning sssort- m«nt at plaia and birred Txffetas n- cludtoff all th« n«w novelty stupes. At $8-75 to U9.7»--exquisite styles in georgeitp crepe in plain white and novelty shaUea--both light sail dark. Some have ultra smart bead trimmings and are fashioned with convertible coilarSj while others are quite plain. The wide range of prices permits a ·woman to choose a. Blouse quite to her liking at just what she wishes to pay. Fit the Easter Costume Over a Gossard Corset Their daintiness and exquisite fash lonlng -will appeal to every dif-cnm mating woman--and for the April Bride Ihe^ answer supremely the cor set question. GOSSARD CORSETS erabodv all the newest style lines and adapt them to the need* of varied figure types There is a Gossard Corset foi PT erv type of figure at ?2 50 to $15--with thi most popular styles at ?2.M, $.!. $3 ,-,8 and 15. Correct EASTER FOOTWEAR for Women, Misses and Children Spring has introduced no smarter Boots and Oxfords for woman, miss** and children than those in oar Easter displays Late style* la all kid or various fashionable combinations, in all shades apt to be mnted to go with Easter costumes. ' $5, $6 and up to $15. New Kayser Glove SilkUndewearHere And tMdr to complaU Baflter ont- fttm. Hmtatf n«r r«i«i^i»«« J veoti lAowtog lae* in ttat «neh et«g*»t (M hMT Mtil Httta BrtOM. Cretonnes Have Endless Spring Uses badnom for Mr curtains Jt»ln*-room tat ntd «na UM rnrnltiTM win c*t new eoven of prettr erctontn, Yud« end j»ds of cv*rr Imajrn- tbli entoane la varloni ittignn to flll jour B«4to-- Mo to TSo y«rd. Dennison's Decorated Crepe Paper In the loHowlBf devtfjirt--Animal soldier and sailor, butlarnj-, Una bin), etari and Btrip«, jiink IOM CB blaek and white Btriga, R«d Riding Hood. aOe for WHITE GLOVES for Easter If you have ever worn Pemn's WTiite Gloves, made m Grenoble Df the finest French Kidskms exquisite m texture and perfect fitting, you ·won't wear any other By the Pair, $2, $2.50, $2.75. Women's Dainty "Dress-Up" SILK HOSIERY for EASTER For fascinating Easter gifts to a friend, or for personal wear in the Easter promenade There are score? of lovely colors Tou can easily match those dress or shoe shades you thought "so hard to match ej - actly." 'Dainty evening shades for the post-Lenten dances, too Beautiful GORDON and KAYSER Silk Stockings Delightfully soft, rich and heavy--needless to say they look and ·wear well In black and white--the new browns, the smoke, silver and aluminum greys. Prlcw $1.75 to 99.50. Easter Hymns Re-Created by The NEW EDISON Bring Into your home the favorite Bastor mnslc ot all time In all Its original clearnegg and sweetness of either Instrumental or vocal rendition Ask to Hear DMCC-- Glorl*"--Arthur Mlddleton. 'Crucified"--A.HCO Verlet and Or- phoe Ifingarin 830C1--TaiOBaniui"---Arthur Middleton. "Agnus Dei ·---Mario Rappold 86808--''Hallelujah Cnorns" -- Messiah Oratorio "Gloria --Twelfth Mass--Georgian Choir eS5SS_-Why Do Nations--Messiah -Middleton, EASTER DISPLAYS --New Handbag* --^Toilet Goods --New Petticoat* --Smart Dreuet --Tailored Suits --Spring Coats --Spori's Sweaters --Sports Skirts --New Neckwear Many and Varied Are the Styles Presented in Women's and Misses' Styles copied faithfully fioni high-pi iced Parisian importations--the prize achievements of America s toremost designers--and American designed Sports Hats in every conceivable shape and shade Hats for every particular woman and miss Hats with that unmistakable stamp of individuality Dozens of hats at any price you may care to pa Tailored Hats Pattern Hats Dress Hats Sport Hats Turbans mushrooms, tncornes and sailors-- stjles specially designed for the woman or the miss Becoming models trimmed with flowers quills.fancies and cire ribbon All the season's npw colors to choose from Selection at its very best today anil tomoriow Special Values at $3.45, $4.95 and $6.95.

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