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;:TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBILLSVIIiE, PA. PAGE K1VB. iWSY NOTES TEL IHATS HAPPENING ' IN THE MILL TOWN Choir of Catbolic Church f( Glrea Play for School ^f Benefit.' f AIMERS FIGHT FOREST FIRES AmÂ» Is DeTMtoted Siuiajr and Sntor SJgtt ITeu- Wooddtie; Siw- Â·Ob Â»Ml Otkcr trofertr It Â£n- Local Tnptrtitt Sold. . . Sl/eclal to The Courier. Â·; SCOTTDALB, April 2.--The choir boys of St. Jonn's church gave a play in Temperance hall last evening for Â·the'benefit of the school that is being remodeled. The first playlet presented Iran a comedy entitled "A Grain .of Salt," with, the following characters: Dr. Curem, Alfred Burgart; servant, Lloyd Oakes; Jim. Arnold Maloy; policeman, Frank Byrne; English major, Frank "Watson; Dink- ensplel, George Boyle; the Dmken- tpiel children, Patrick Disldn, James Â·Tnudknr, John Collins and Francis KcCudden; Smiley, the lawyer, James Jiickey; alienist, George Amend. The other play "given was "The Boys of IS." and the songs in this were especially gofi. The following characters took part in the play: Â· General Putnam, Aloyalous Amend; Colonel Slocom, liewis Durk; English major, Ray Keegan.: Joe JIason, Frank Watson; Beater, the Tillage dolt, John Collins; Hans, a" Hessiitn soldier, George Boyle; Hessian soldier mob, James Wardlow, Eddie, Joseph and William Amend, John Kerns, Frank Suyder, Rodolph Donate! li, Bernard Soisson, John Norris, Arnold Maloy, Frank Watsom, Lewis Turk, Francis Sbandorf, David Connors. Charles Campbell, Michael Collins, Frank King, Theodore Llpps, Joan Cafferty, Francis McCudden, Janus Cttnning- nam, John Zgoreski, Frank Shurer, Arthur O'Shay, Edward MeGlvcrn, Aloyshis Leonard, Theodore Kinney, Regis Keegan. Alfred Burkett, Frank Byrne and Floyd Oakes. Woods Afar. All day Sunday and far into the Bight on Sunday night a forest fire rased mar "Wooddale. The farmers from all over the country were out working and well toward midnight surrounded the fire. Several saw- mBIi were endangered and the greatest efforts were pot forth to save tlMBl. : . Comtrart Awaried, | .. TbÂ» director! of the East Huntingdon township school met at the Al! vertcm high school last evening and held their regular monthly meeting. The Mds for sanitary floor dressing for the coming year went to the Sanitary Chemical coojpany of Scottdale. properties Sold. E. F. re~Witt has sold the C. A. Graybill iroperty 'on Walnut avenue to C. A. H.vintyfe, and the Anna Ridenour property at Owensdale to Nelson King. Mrs. Laura Gloss of Connellsrille was the guest of ilr. and Mrs. P. J. O'Connor. Miss Rebecca McFarland of Altoona is the guest of Mr. and Mrs: W. H. Clingerman. Â· Bruce Keslar- with his wife arid family loft yesterday for Letonia,! Ohio, where they will live on a farm. Sergeant Arthur Byrne, Corporal Meade . Tannehill and Private Judson Van Horn have returned to Camp Hancock after spending a 10-day furlough at their homes here. Among the late arrivals from Camp Hancock are Walter Bailey, George Lessig and Clyde Zearley, who are home on furlough. Louis Brown of Camp Sherman Is the guest of his mother, airs. M. L. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glassburn of Conemaugh are the' guests of 'friends here. Howard SeÂ«man of Uniontown was visiting friends here yesterday, James Roth of Donora spent yestar- day in Scottdale. A DAGGER IN THE BACK That's the woman's dread Vhen she Kefs up In the mornlnp to start .the day's-work. "Oh! how.my back, acheg." GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules taken today eiac *he backache of tomorrow--taken every flay 'finds. thÂ« backache for mil time. Don't delay. "What's the use of suffering? Bejjcln taking GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules today and be relieved tomorrow. Take three or four every day and be permanently fret from wrenchlnj? distressing- bach pain. But be sure to Ket GOLD-MEDAL, Since 1696 GOLD MHDAL Haarlem OH has been the National Remedy of Holland, the Government of the Nethrlnnde having- granted a Bpccia.1 charter aiUhorizJnz Its preparation and sale. The housewife of Holland would almost as soon be without bread as she would without her . "Real Dutch Drops." as she quaintly j callsr GOLD MEDAL Haartem Oil Cap-" sules.. This Is the one reason why you will find the women and children, of Holland so sturdy and robust. GOLD MEDAL are the pure, original Haarlem Oi! Capsules Imported direct from the laboratories in Haarlem. Holland. But Â· be sure to pet 'GOLD ATEDAL. Look for the name on every box. Sold by reliable druggists tn sealed packages, three sixes. Money refunded It the? do not-help vou. Accept only the GOLD MEDAL. AH others are imitations.--Adv.. ' Union Prayer Services. Union prayer servtcea of tshe churches ot Dairsoa Trill be held Wed- esrf*r wetting in the Baptist cbarch. II Ton Are HÂ«tlÂ»; Bargain* Read the advertiselng columns of The DÂ»ilr Courier. . Ton will find them. pARAMOUNTJHEATRE -TOTUT-- TRIANGJJE PRESENTS OLIVE THOMAS ANB 1BE PHEUS IN "LIMOUSINE UFE" A DSA1IA IN 5 ACTS. ALSO A GOOD TRIANGLE COMEDY. ; T O M O R R O W '" "THE PLAT IS THE THING." BLUEBIRD PRESENTS CARMEL MEYERS IN "THE GIRL IN THE DARK" DRAMA IN 5 ACTS. . ' . ALSO A GOOD L'KO COMEDY Di 2 REELS. ORPHEUM THEATRE --TODAI-- DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "REGGIE JOKES Ef" Also'a Good Comedy. --TOMORROW-William FOT Presents GLADYS BROCKWELL in "THE HOBAL tATV" I . Coming--Benjamin Chapln in the Series "The Son of Democracy.' SOISSON THEATRE " '. Â· TONIGHT, APRIL 2 I. TV. BormÂ«Â» Presents the CHESTER BISHOP A High Class Stock Organization. 2 Tears Arenne Theatre, Detroit, Kiel). 3 Years Columbia Theatre, Grand Rapids. Opening riar a Complete Scenic Production of "The Island of Love" A Story of Beautiful Hawaii. ', i I Companion Play to "The Bird of Paradise." MATUVJEES MOSDAY, WEDNESDAY AND SATTJBDAY. Scene from Act III of "The Island of Love," by the Chester Bishop Players. Soisson Theatre, Monday, April 1. Â· Classified Advertisements lea Word. i TVIFMf This is Your Opportunity-- ITlJ^il^ . L a y i n a Season's Supply-BEGINNING TUESDAY A MOST EXTRAORDINARY SPRING SHIRT SALE Involving Over 100 DOZEN FINE SHIRTS EVERY C010R ETEEY SIZE SHIRTS FOR EA'EBY MAN C FINEST PERCALES PRINTED MADRAS OXFORD CHEVIOTS RUSSIAN CORDS Just stop and think what it really means--over Twelve Hundred fine, crisp, new Spring Shirts that are worth at least one-third more, at the popular price of 94c. This Sale has not been planned months in. advance, but owing to the shipment being delayed, for four months we were ab!e to secure an extra discount and are going to pass it on to you. We are sure we will make many new friends and customers for our Men's Furnishing Department. Â· , , Every Man Will Need Some New Shirts--It Will Pay You to Buy at . Least Six You men who value the saving of a dollar and women Â·who would spend their husband's earnings wisely will certainly take advantage of this opportunity ar pay at least one-third more later. We Will Also Have a Companion Sale of Better Shirts, Hosiery and Neckwear, But in Order Not to Detract Your Attention From This One Important Item We Have Left Them Out of This Advertisement. SEE DISPLAY OF OVER THREE HUNDRED SHIRTS TELL TOUE SEMiHBOKS AND BBISXJ YOUE FBIEXBS Big 16c Matinee Daily at 2:30. Evening Shows at 7:30 and 9:15. Clean, Progressive . Amusement for the Whole Family. All This Week. ~ The Show Beautiful. Guaranteed Attraction ZARROWS FOLLIES OF 1918 Featuring Connellsville's Favorite Juveniles, A Big Time Act, THE TRIO The Cleverest Children on the American Stage. Supported bj' Kellner Kellner, Teny Allen, Hicks Seymour, Lillian Root and a Pep Chorus of Pretty Girls, Presenting Three Musical Comedies, Well Written, Exquisitely Gowned, and Superbly Mounted. Superior Screen Shows By the Supreme Stars Charlie Monday,and Tuesday. Carol Halloway . Wednesday and Thursday. Wi!Iiam S. Hart Friday and Saturday. This is the Most Expensive Show Ever Booked by a Connellsviile Theatre. Secure Your Seats Now. Usual Prices. EXTRA ADDED i ATTRACTION j L O R E The Amazing, Mystifying Mental Marvel Amazing feats of telepathy. Answers your questions without your Â· asking them. Vaudeville's Greatest Scientific Act Ladies' free reception Wednesday atternoon, at which time every lady will he given a personal consultation. A'OT A-'TAIX KOT A-TALL!