The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 10, 1918 · Page 6
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April 10, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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t'AGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1918- THE PARAS.OUST. BYES." -- A fire-part Bluebird attraction in which Monroe | Woman'." Salisbury, and Rath Clifford-~are-featured is being shown today. : -Tlie story Is one^ of; intense interest.-and gives the s£ar% a Trondenful opportaci- sm time, and as this Is the feature that has made the company noted* a treat is promised to- the | lovers of harmony singing.: The jMersereaus- .will also. be heard in duets and the Billot Sisters, will be seen .in new dances. 'Wlfliam Duncan'will be. on the screen In "Vengeance and the Another good sized audience w i t - nessed the second day performance of Margaret Strayer..Jones' delfeht- fuV rural ·' comedy, "The Minister's WHe.".. presented by ..the. Chester Bishop Players at the Soisson , theatre la'at evening. The last two performances of the comedy will be given tc- eicty-butterfly, Sybil Drew, when she (day ind starting Thursday night this is told to go out into the world and {splendid company will offer a new ty to display their dramatic »bili- Sij ties- A selected comedy is also being § | "sfidwri.': Tomorrow Altce 'Brady ·will ... s v be featured in "The Spurs or.-Sybil," s£ * "a"Wocld attraction. This is a mod?.? --mpn, metropoUian -tale telling of the · adventures of a beautiful young so- THE SOISSOX. «arn her own Jiving. She has heen * "poor relation" d»penient-upon--feer wealthy- aunt for, support and. _t)iis. MuifrdScTdesTthat Sjlbil's ' uphapplnt-s?- " SUe: entirely '.to her. -co'ndiUpn... Therefore the »«Bt'-'-decid*9~-~bi"~dras'tfb "means of irtaging' happiness 'to Sybil..' Miss Brady -is supported by Jdtn. "Bow!rs aiid otner World stars of prominence. Friday and Saturday, Normal Tal- will be seen in "The Secret ot the Storm. Country," a picture of im- . T UsiJal: interest. Viola Dana .will ]jear~sooain"'.'Blue. Jeans,". arp- J-rTHE HOTEL DE ROYAL.''-- Is the titla -of '-aT farce, .comedy, with music thai~win-be..preseBted 'today and to-; "Arcade by .the. Subma- " " rine-_"GfrIs. : . -It"is"ftili of gocxl.clean Comedy, and is a laugh from strt to finish. Harmony singing will also be feature, The principal comedy role. that irf an irrepressible bellhop, trill .be bandied by Connellsvflle's pet comedian. "Siramie" Myers, and the Tol fits him IDca the paper on the .'·waltr-- Scott Mooro will be the tough guy: and Minnie Merserean the toagh Ctrl, ft part she can play admirably because of her dual voice. Larry dramatization of Bertha it. Clay's great-love story, "Dora Thome," with Virginia Duncan as-Dpra and Chester Bishop..as ioTd'-Rcriijd Earle. Saturday, night tie Chester"Bishop.'Flayers ·will! close-their "enfTRgement' at the SoiBson.. OBTHETUr THTiATRTi. "SDC SHOOTER -«OY"--The flve rsel "William Fox western drama features Tom Xte in the. leading rote. "The Mutual Weekly" will also be shown.' -Tomorrow, "My Mother." UK first-of the -"Benjamin 'Chapin series, "The-Sorr.pf ;--D««noc'racy." - -will he ·_sbowit- Dainty : Mary--'Miles Jlhucr .ipili 1 also -be- shovn in "Powers that Prey." -;.' . . " ' ' ''·' STOMACH MISERY Get RJd of That Sourness, (ins and Indigestion.. "When-your stomach is out of ordnr or run" down, your food doesnVdieest. ]".t ferments in your utomach and tormfi jriLs which causes sourriesH, heartburn, lloul breath, pain at pit. of stomach and many other miseralilc r--ymploms. Mi-o-na stomach' tablets w i l l give joyful_ relief in five mimues: if taken refcuiofly for two weeks t h c y r t v i U turn [ your flabby, sour, t i r e d out stomach ; Into a sweet, enerpctic. perfect working one. You can't he very strontr f i n d v l r r o r - , ous !f your food o n l y half digests. | Your appetite will go and tutufia, diz- j ziness, biliousness, nervousness. Kick heiiri.oohe and constipation w i l l f o l l o w , , Mi-o-na stonvuih tablets are small { and easy to Fwalloiv and are Fruaran- teed to .banish indigestion .incl any or all of tho above symptoms or money. back. For sale by A. A- Clarka and, all leading- drugplsts.--Adv. MOVE BY AUTO TRUCKS BOTH PHONES OPPMAH'STRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLlE, PA. Mid-Monih List Want Helpl Then use our classified column, suits iviii follow. Re-; - 'April", "showers irash and clean old motber'-Eartn. of "Winter's, germs and J impurrtieB. Hollister's Hooky .Sloun- i tain Tea do« the same thing for your stomach, towtils, blood--purifies, cleans you through and through, a thoroughly Spring remedy, SSc. Tea or Tablets. Connellsrffle Drag Co.-Adv. FEE IS LIMITED A'D FIXliD BT LATY Hed Cro««. The-PennsTille Red Cross unit will meet at the home of Mrs. A. W. Fig- Powor» Trill he the sheriff and "Wally j ley Thursday afternoon, April Uth, ..Mcrseroeu "the landlord who is full to sew. 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