The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 3, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, April 3, 1918
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;PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIBH, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY., APRIL 3, 191S. ; Ohiopyle.. « OHJOI'YLE. April 2. -- Mrs. A. J. SunpbeD and bprtlier, A. J. Jeffries. noibred to Terra Alta, "W. V., Snn- iy~and will spend a few days ·with jilaH-res., i-Mlss Dorothy Jackson of Connells- riHe is the guest of her grandpar- »ts. Mr and Mrs. E. S. Jackson. ·f. E. Ilurdette and a D. Sailor were uaong tae callers at Umontown yes- arday. ;.SUss Hejen Vetier is tie guest of relatives at UledL XLools Mason of Brownsville spent 3*torday and Sun-day at fas home Myrtle Daniels spent Saturday iad Sunday at her home at Maple I tjiis place for a number of years, moved to Uniontown Monday where Die family will reside. .Mr. and Mrs. George Hershberger gave them a f.irewell dinner Monday. The Burdette £. Sailor company lias purchased a new motor truck. Miss Suth Sailor spent Tuesday shopping and calling on friends in Connellsville. Harvey Cornstan of Swissvale is spending this week at his home here Aa old fashioned dance was gieatly enjoyed by a number of people at the farm home of Mi. and Mrs E. C. Jen- rerson on Sugar Loaf Monday eve- ung. The Red Cross supper at the Irvvin farm was a most decided success. Mrs. Hattie Rowan has returned her home here after a fow days in Conoolisville. ;-Mr. aad Mrs. Jobn Borke spent the guest of relatives in Un- pMrs. A. J. Cdbora and daughter, udith, have returned to their home in vOonellsnUe after a short visit with Sir. and Mrs. F. K. Bailey. "^tt. and Mrs. Edward Caddis of Duabar spent Sunday here the guests rf Mr. and Mrs. I. F. "Woodmancy. *-Mrs. Annie Scbcnck. of Ejjtsliurg Is 3je-gn«st.of her daughter]' Mrs. L. rjfcs; Edward Jeffries, son, Robert.C xad daughter, Fern, of Confluence were the guests of Ohiopyle friends 5atqrdar and Sunday. C OHIOPYLE, April J.-- C. G. Blair, a tonrtar agent at the "Western Mary- l*nd station here, and a resident of SIBE3ESS Brings t h i s now Diamond Arabcrofci into 7 o o r Vanderbilt. VANDERBILT, A-£nI 3.--.\fr. and ' Mrs. V. K. Leezer have 'moved their household goods from apartments in the Vanderbilt hotel to the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Wll- | 'Jam Haruwiok, ! Mrs. F. E. Oglevee and Mrs. Wii-1 liam Bailey are ill of gn^t. Misses Mary and Sara Freed and. nophow, Christian Freed, were Con- ! nellsvllle shoppers yesterday. j Lewis Marotti, "W. A. Seed and Edward Strickler left this morning for Catnip Lee, "V~, making the trip by automobile, William Bailey, Frank BarrickloTr and Paid Teichert were callers in Connellsmille last evening. KAMBEROLACLUB The Edison Laboratories havg authorized us to sell a limited number of ST/W EDISOK DUHOXD AXBER- OLAS on the Club Plan. If s the only way you can buy this wonderful $35 00 instrument on such a small Initial payment and easy monthly terms. Come m and let us tell you all about ft. Or if you cant call personally fill out the attached coupon and mall at once. WR1GHT- METZLER CO. If Ton ATS Titrating Bargains Read the advertising- columns of The Daily Courier. You will find them. U W- Crawford Ave^ Pa. A enMdy for Infectloni THE EVANS CHEMTcALCO..CINCINNATI. O. Dawson. Beginning Monday April 8-9 ORPHEUM THEATRE D.W.GRIFFITH'S COLOSSAL SPECTACLE "INTOLERANCE" Or Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages See 7 Big Stars in One Show Mae Marsh Seena Owen Constance Talmadge · Robert Herron Bessie Love Marjorie Wilson Lillian Gish 125,000 People, 7,000 Horses, 1,000 Chariots CostTwoMillionDollars ·Don't Miss This Opportunity of Seeing This Astounding Creation. Here For the First Time--and at War-Time Bargain Prices. SPECIAL ORCHESTRA Three Shows Daily Matinees, 1.15 and 3.15 Evening, One Show Only, 8.15 Matinee, Adufts 25c, Ouldren 15. Night, Adulte 50c-75c, Children 25c All seats reserved for evening performance. Advance Sale starts Friday at 10 A. M. at Theatre Box office. DAWSON, April 2.--Tbo HuIUovtn j schools, with the tc-achr.-s, M'ascb Ethel PalnLer and Edfca Con was, a r e ' doing their bit for the Red Cioss and i | soldier boys. They are purchasing i "Simleage" stamps for the hoys from | this tiustricL Thrift stamps are bolns j ' purchased by the scho!arr They jiave , {finished a sweater and an ambulance t robe. The teachers are proud of iheir , schools and work and the 'Eholars are ' i glad that, they can help in this way J - to crush the Hun. i 1 Stanley Mong, Roy Levcrgood, Dor-1 soy Urbach and George Poshmore , wore Pittsburg visitors Monda. O n ' Thursday the above l/ot will leave i for training at Camp Lee They are , P, , L, E. railroad boys and no njubt \ I they of the "LitUe Giant" will bo on i ! board Thursday to give them a royal j s«id off. Good luck 10 you bojs as you :co to light lor Democracy. ! Ro'ert Knight has accepted a posi- ! turn writh the B. O. railroad at Con- ; Sam Coughenour, P. I* E yard.- i i mabtc-r, has been on the stct: l:a, tl i 1 j past "eefc with an attack of the grip ' STOMACH MISERY Kid of Xltat Sourness, Gos ami W h e n \ a u r «:oniM'K IH out of o r d p or run d u w n , y o u r food d'H-sri'i (i-i«-f«t II ferment') in j m i r htoriun'h and forirr^ Iras which cfLUse" H'jijrrt'"'a !iu j.rtfourn. f o u l h r f . i t h . u-iin .it P I L of i tomach iinrt man o t h e r miscrabU- s-ymiuni-ts S l i - o - r j . stomach t a b l e t s w i l l p H e joi f\i'. relief i n ;He m i n u t e * ) , 't ' a h e n r « K U i a r ' \ for two v, s*ka t'ic will t ' i r n j our flabby, flour, tlro! out * lito a. sweet, cncrgrPLlr, p e r f e c t \v o r K - inpr one. You e i n ' t be i f ry Mrniiif ,anil \ijror- ou*i if ynur food only naif tll^c^t-s. , Your aiip(*tite w i l l ^o and nattaa diz- xinrss, n c r % uusnosa. sicif ! tu'ac3.LC*u- tntl c(in^ti[Ka(n-i v. t i f follow. lli-o-nj. HtomacM talilctB ire small · t c f d to baoi"th i m l f K c - u t o n and j.ny o r i ill "C the ahnvo symptoms 01* riDney back For sal« by A. A. C lark*- a i d .1,] Ifjutinpr iJrturKisl 4 *--Aclv | Classified A3TirT--Tnpnta Bring results. Cose onlj Ic a word. Looking, to Spring Fashions Many quaint conceits are revealed in the new modes for , Spring 191S. Simple lines, chramingly modeled in fascinating fabrics, strike the dominant note in fashionable feminine attire both for -women an dmisses Colors are rather striking--and permit great latitude in choosing. Fashionable Spring Coats $15,$19.75,$25 to $75.00 Coats for the street. Coats for the car. Coats for the evening. Every good style'that one has heard of as being in demand for Spring and Summer. Coats specially designed for the woman. Coats for the miss. No chance of any coat wish not being realized here. Pull belted and side belted effects in Silvertonc. Tricotino, Poiret Twill, Bolivia, Covert, Gabardine, Serge and Poplin. Shov. n in eierj stylish color auci a complete range of sizes Inspection costs ou nothing t ~~~~~ ~~~ Attractive Spring SUITS $l?.75, $25, $29.75 to $#.50 Here a woman may choose one of the new-old Eton effects, or a Suit tending slightly to the military, or yet again a plain tailored style. She may have her choice of shades loo numerous to nen- tion of fabrics that leave nothing to be desired in beauty, style or strict serviceability. The display as a whole is one 10 be proud of and one from \ilrch any particular woman may choose with enure confidence in her selection. Suits For Stout Women a Feature CREPE METEOR and CREPE de CHINE Two Most Favored Silks This Spring These beautiful, soft Silks are very fashionable now, and their popularity will be sure to increase as both are Silks which can be worn throughout the summer, "ft'e have them in" black, white and a range of light and dark shades equaled by no other assortment in this city. Prices $1.65 to SS.OO a yard. FOULARD SILKS Fashionable and serviceable--a happy conibiuation. Here in a really wonderful variety of new designs and colors. Especially pleasing are the quaint French designs; 38 and 40 inches wide--$2 00 and $2.50 a yard. The SPORTS SILKS, too, arc strongly in evidence- for outdoor ^ear, and the Tvonderfiil Buronet Satin for Skirts. The prices are as moderate as «e can make them, S2.00 to $5.00 the yard. CEDAR BOXES to Conserve Your Winter Clothes There is no article ft furniture that is more useful than the Cedar Chest or Waist Box. Such a box may, be quite inexpensive, or it may be more elaborate with handsome brass bindings and inside compartments. Now is the time to provide such a box-have it ready to receive and protect the winter clothes. A splendid showing here at moderate prices. Mothers Will Be Delighted With These BABY CLOTHES There is no more complete assortment of Infants' Clothes in Connellsville than you w i l l find in this store's Infant Department. Prettv little Coats, cunning bonnets and cute little Dresses And here also are all the most practical sort of undergarments. You will be specially delighted with the next trimmings and the splendid workmanship--while their moderate prices will be a source of pleasant surprise. Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You Spend-- Save Them. PARAMOUNT JHEATRE --TODAY- SOISSON THEATRE --TODAT-- E. Mf, Presents CHESTER BISHOP PLAYERS Permanent Stock Last TITO Times Today of "The of Love" Con»pan.:on Play to -THE JBIKD OF PARADISE" Three Bays Starting Thursday Siglit 4. 'ew Up-to-the-Mimitc Comedy-Drama in Four Acts "A Secret Marriage" Another Elaborate Production. SCatinecs"iIonday, TV ednesday and Saturday atrom^e Those Who Advertise.? "THE PLAY IS THE THING." BLUEBIRD PRESENTS CARMCL MCrERS IN "THE GIRL IN THE DARK" DR.UI4 IN 5 ACTS. ALSO A GOOD L KO COMEDY IN' 2.REELS. T 0 M 0 R R O W WORLD FILM COMPANY PRESENTS MADGE EVANS AND GEORCfE McQUARRIl": IN THE STIRRING 5 ACT DKAMA "WANTED A MOTHER" ALSO CURRENT CVSNTS. \ViIIiam Fox Presents GLADYS BHOCK^ELL. in -Tin: jroRAL IAIV" "Tile Mutual Weekly." --TOMOKItOW-- "Dreams Do Not M;tke a Detective"--TVqi.LiAn RUSSELL in ·Till; JUiOfJGHT TUVIL" Coining--"The Son of Dcmociacj," a Series Tolling of Lincoln's Life ! ': Rp"I S - A S y ^ Whenyoufeel^S*^ ', · IB» ··« kaBnai f*^, i Nl M7 -' om , t'red, worried or despondent'it i"i !| Absolutely Removes ^"^"^S 1 ^^TM! i | Indigestion Druggists KsN^SpiSp^?- I refund money_ir it fails. 9hf * "«= **"»,,.,,,,,,,,.. VFG. CO . F .vant Ads-1 Cent a Word. Por sa!e by Con -"-'»= Drug co. Big 15c Matinee Daily at 2:30. Evening Shows at 7:30 and 9:15. Clean, Progressive Amusement for tae Whole Family. AJ.L THIS flXJlK. THE SHOW BEACTUfOI.. CDAR.i-\TEIil) ATTRACTION. ZARROWB FOLLIES OF 1918 Featuring CottnellsTillc's Favorite Jirveniles--A Big Act The Cleverest Children on the American Stage. Supported by KeUncr Kcllner, Ten}- Ulen, Hicks Sejrnonr, LiUiiin Hoot and a Pep Chorus of Pretty Girls, Presenting Tlreo Musical Comedies, Veil Written, Exquisitely Goirued and Superbly Moontcd. O.V THE SCREES:--"TKfGEAACJi AKD 3PHI 103rA'." EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION ·wers your questions without your Amazing feats of telepathy. ~ askmg ihem. Vaudeville's Greatest Scientific Act. Ladies' free reception Wednesda, afternoon, at which time every lady will be given a personal consultation.

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