The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 29, 1918 · Page 12
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March 29, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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PAGE! TWELVE. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTZXiE, PA. FRIDAY MA *CP Jj, _·» «WS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT L BRIEFLY RELATED Ctcrertttr Bnlldta? Is Accepted by GoTernment for Foatoffice. Will BE READY FOR USE MY 1 «w Qwtten TJTH1 FrorUe JtomMe S»«ce ol fke Present Ones an« Gtre 3t*ri Coital location; Re* Cress Tfwten ft Sdwli "By Associated. Press. 5tT FLEASANT. -March 2S --The local achooli «rn .having no school today on account at Good Friday Beimung Monday mornm_scbool will be con-ducted nntter tire dayhgnt saving lav Post Cifice tf afove. Postmaster Clyde Yoihers yesterday received word from the postoffice de- jxjmient that Hie deparuaent has ac- cejrted the tad of Richard Gerepter for a postoffice The budding -will be ready" for occupancy July 1. Tne new quarters will provide twice the space of the present. The outfitting of the new office wril include an etire new fcit of. fxtnres. Bed Cross Bcport. The First "Ward sctool offers the follovuit: report to the petrous ot the school. This Bed Ocas organization ·was at^cted February 12. _ 1913. It pledged |100 and has credits to the amount ot $120. Bscetved through Junior Bed Cross members J44.3 in each with expenses amounting to 13.78, leading in the treasury J6.JS "Wort dona since January Squares, 780 wash cloths. 40 splint pillows, Hl knee bandages. 5. wrlsttets, 5, blankets, 2, baby blankets, mandfcerehie/s, 24, cowpresees, 360, four-tailed bandaes, 233, Koi.es, 713 Sold Thrift stamps to the amount IS Mrs. Hubert Jandeie^t left yesterijay tor JMT lama. Ohio home after CnenO here. Meycndale. ·XSZERSDAJZE, March 27 --MM W X Miller and daughter. Has Leta. Inn returned from iittsbarg where they visited the funnel's son, Newton Milltr, rad family IHjK Marie Km?e of Toledo, OUo te visiting for a week TKilh. her friend, Mrs. H. H. TWDiiros. Ilia BHa 3£eMnrrer, who Bad been ·nsitJn* in Kttsbnrg, has retamed home. _ \dss 'WJnJfrwd HMey has retnmed from. Elizabeth. Pa, where she had been for some rhne, Miss Ida Dia of tbe BrowasriUe high school focolty, will arrire home today -o remain over Easter visiting at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. C H. Dia. Mrs, D T. Rector of Versailles, Pa, ·was a (uwt at the home of Mr and . Mrs Glen Crowe Tuseday and Wednesday Miss Lydia Holtxhaner of Roekwood ·was TisJtinc friends In Meyersdale 09 'Wednesday Vise Myra Lichliter of Sabstary spent Wednesday with Meyersdale fritxids. Mr». Lkrd Mansbnry of Botwood was shopping and calling on fnends here on Wednesday Mrs Imab. Bittner of dencoe was Tisttinc relatives and friends here on Wednesday Mmny a man who cannot smg "My Coontry Tis of Thee can be a howl- in* success at baying Liberty Bonds. Mr and Mrs , Samuel Breogher bare retnmed to their home ia Con- BsDsnlle after a TisJt here with the former's mother, Mrs Sarah. Frangh- er. Mrs. 3 P Brramea of-Seottdale is Tititing her parents, Mr and^ars. SC. Shannon for a few days. Prof. W. H. Kretcbman was a recent raiter to Byndman. Kisses Helen Codas and Alta Siehl are home from a visit with relatives and fnends in CinziberhKQd. Mrs. JW P Price left Taesdiy for a few days' visit wt rehtttrea in Scott- date. Solomon Baker of Sand Patch was a XeyecriWe business Tlsrtor on Taee- ««y PMronlze those who adrertl**. Krs George Mnier and Mr-. Robert Crowe spent Monday visitine and »VnPBtg 4» Cnmtwrixnd. COLD ON CHEST AND SORE THROAT ENDED OVERNIGHT i O« Val* In Hmtf tne Tim* It fm*--m Otfcw M*mtdiL.i «*» tk* 4Bfcfc**t Pain KItier Stojp* ewfbfaf almost instantly, *nd» moTti throat and chest colds over Nothing IUc« It for neuralgia, bago neuritis nd to ape dily drive *y rh«unaiic palna acd reduce olleiv joints w fes- Mtutarbie i* the ortsinal noa-bltet- cring prescription that takrs the pla^e *nt is 10 time* *u elQclen as Grand* nother's old-fashion^ mu-*ta.rrt plast- Us* it for rprinn. strpin* brunca, s^re musclei ^ttff neck ^ cilinc- sor* 1 piinful or fro^tevt f eft a n i v h i f M f i l n i ^ure it s i*e«; /s Hust rlnf- n tha. ott box SV fc-tntt--'R I\ "ValuefirsfinEfl for Men and Young TTie War has taught the valuable lesson 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 persona] expenses. Be careful in buying yours. You can make no mistake if you decide promptly on a Wright- Metzler Suit or Topcoat at $15 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 die 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 Wickwire 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 thepe 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 In 18 years, at $3.50 to $18. Come in and 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--youi Suit "will be ready before you need it Sunday morning. ^ FIRST here m HA1S as v,ell as Suits and Coats Nc Chapes and m.w shades in both impo-teil -ud \jiencan makes The BORSALINO cores fso-n ItaK and is popular with all good oresscrs Aslt to see o~e The pnc rt nn£e begins at $2 50 and goes 10 *6 DO wnh plentv of good 5t}!es at ^3 00 ?3 50 ano $4 00 up to $10 Shirts as handsome anj a.~, stvl sh as tlie most particular man cou!d wish for Nctv- est patterns and colorings in M mhatUm ind ofhc~ famous makes ^ott or starched cuffs 411 wes ic manv qinlilies f-om a good peicdk shirt a., si00 up to (ke finest silk at 510 Correct Spring Styles in Men's SHOES and OXFORDS Easter Display Waists Millinery aM Dress The Easter Displays of WAISTS Afford Most Pleasing Selection The newer treatments of collars and cutfs, original effects in colorings and trimmings, the sheer fine materials nil are here Organdies, voiles, crepes de chine, georgette crepes and many pretty combinations --in all"-wanted colon--styled right and priced right s At $3-75 to $19.7»--eiqutsite styles in georgette crepe In plain white anfl novelty shades--boffl light and dark. At HA sad VM--tha fusotu "Wlrth- mor" «nd "Welworth Wateta in organdy and voile, plain and f*ncy trimmed,--all sizes At tfiO to OJS--a. good collection of white Toll* vaistB with the neatest ot lac« trimmings At tS-76 ud VXK--a charming assortment of plain and barred Taffetas in eluding all the new novelty shades Some have ultra smart bead trimmings and pre tashloned with convertible collars, while others are Quite plain, The wide range of prices permits a woman to choose a Blouse quits to her liking at just -what she wishes to pay Fit the Easter Costume Over a Gossard Corset Their dalntinesfi and exquisite fashioning will appeal to every discriminating woman--and for tne April Bride they answer supremely 'he corset question. GOSSAKD CORSETS embody all the newest style lines and adapt them, to the needs of varied figure iypes There ia a Goseard Corset for everv- type of f.EOre at $2 50 to $15--with the most popular styles at S2JaX $3, $3-50 and $5. Correct EASTER FOOTWEAR for Women, Misses and Children Spring has introduced no smarter Boots and Oxfords for women, misses and children than those in our Easter displays Late styles in all kid or various fashionable combinations, in all shades apt to be wanted to go with Easter costumes $5, $6 and up to $15. New Kayser Glove Silk Undewear Here And ready to complete Baster oat- fits Dusty new Camisoles, Vests. Chemises, Bloomers--many showing new corded effects and ftne lace In serta. Its astonishing that such elegant garments can hear such little prices. Cretonnes Have Endless Spring Uses People are making new covers for their porch rockers New curtains (or the bedroom acd the Irnng-room will soon be in the process ot making and eren the furniture will get new corers of prettr eretonae Yards and yards of eTeiy imaginable cretonne in various designs to fill your needs--45c to 75c yard Dennison's Decorated Crepe Paper In the toJlowins designs --Animal, soldier and sailor, butterfly blue bird, stni and stnies pink rose on blacl* and Tihtte stripe Bed Riding Hood 20c for 10-foot rolL WHITE GLOVES for Easter Tf yon have ever ·worn Perrm s White Gloves, made in Grenoble of the finest French Kictskms, exquisite la texture and peifect 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 scores of lovely colors You can easily match those dress or shoe shades you thought "so hard to match exactly ' Dainty evening shades for the post-Lenten dances, too Beautiful GORDON and KAYSI^R 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 Prices $1.75 to $2.50. Easter Hymns Re-Created by The NEW EDISON Bring into your home the Uvorite Easter music of all time in all its or igtnal clearness and sweetness of either instrumental or vocal rendition Ask to Hear 83065-- Gloria --Arthur Midffleton Crucifice --Alice Verlet and Or- pliee i-ingecin, 83041--'Hosanna"--Arthur Middleton. Agnus Dei --Marie Rappold 8029S-- -Hallelujah Chorus -- Messiah Oratorio "Gloria --Twelfth Mass--Geor gtan Choir 83688--"Why Do Nations--Messiah. -- MWdleton. --New Handbags --Toilet Goods --New Petticoats --Smart Dresses --Tailored Suits --Spring Coats --Sports Sweaters --Sports Skirts --New Neckwear Many and Varied Are the Styles Presented in Women's and Misses' Styles copied faithfullj from high-priced Parisian importations--the prize achievements of America's foremost designers--and American designed Sports Hats m everj conceivable shape and shade Hats for every particular woman and mss Hats T\ ith that un- inistatable stamp of individual] tj Dozenb of hats at any price you may care to pay Tailored Hats Pattern Hats Dress Hats Sport Hats Turbans mushrooms tncoiues arid sailors styles specially designed for the woman or the miss Becoming models trimmed tvith flowers quills fancies and cue ribbon All the season's ne-ft coloi s to choose from Selection at its very best toda 1 and tonioirow Special Values at $3,45, $4.95 and $6.95.

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