The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 12, 1918 · Page 11
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April 12, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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.' : ' -V . " · - · - ' ··'···'"* ' ^ ~ - '.-"'·'·" .''. "- -. '""V* ·' T . PRIDAt, -APRli, 12, 19is. ' .;fHE DAILY .COURIER, CONNKLLSViJLLB, PA. PAGE ELEVEN. 19. All New Spring WAISTS $2.50 and $3.50 Value. Prettiest Crepe de Chines, Wash'' Silks, all beautifully trimmed -with iinest of shadow laces, full fronts, fancy buttons; all are very classy ·waists. On d»"| QU sale for 3?J..«/(3 $5 to $7.50 Values in Georgette Crepe Waists-the newest spring colorings, such as Tea Hose, Bisque, Maize, Flesh aad White -or combination colors included. All beautiful styles Special for WOMEN'S AND MISSES and Newest Spring Models--Showing The Finest Classy Styles, | Firettiejst Colorings RE $20, $22.50 and $25 VALUES FOR ""^ ! ; These garments have just arrived by e'xpress but liave been delayed in transit. Here they are put on sale at the popular price of $15. Such garments as these hare never been shown at such a low price. Come and see them and then you will.be convinced of the great values. The Suits are the smartest of'the season. The Coats will be admired by everyone^ And the Dresses are the prettiest eTerprodueed, in all the latest colorings, and all sizes, on sale for $15. \ Other Coats and Suits at $18.75 to $27.50 Exclusive in style, superior qualities, strictly tailored garments, ripple effects. Positively the finest garments on the market at these prices. 10. Men! New Spring Suits At a.Saving of $5 to $10 on Every Garment $15 New Mien's and Young Men's S U I T S Newest up-to-date styles--Belted mod- elsand plain conservative styles, all coors inflight and oark'patterns, special for $10. $20 to $25 Men's and Young Men's S U I T S These suits are all hand-tailored; the classiest styles ever produced. The materials are all wool, in the very atest styles and colors, special for $15.00 We Give The "S H" Green Trading with Every Purchase Get them and Save them as they are Valuable 212-N PlTTSfcURG SI. 216 CONNELLSVILLE, PA. Newly Purchased Pattern Hats Up to $7.50 Tallies for Large and small, shapes," in all kinds of straws, ail- prettily trimmed with fancy- georgette facings, trimmed with fancy flowers and feath-. ers, on sale for $3.95. Aft THE JARAMOUIfT. THE SECRET OF THE STORM COTJOTRY"--A : story founded on the greatest of all themes, mother lore, witt Norma Talmadge the celebrated .star, apeparing in the leading role, is being'shown today. The picture, which is-in eight reeis, has been: heralded as the greatest hit :bf the : .season. It.::; a play m which.-wifehood is pitted against motherhood i n ' a ter- Triflc struggle for supremacy. Miss 'Talmadge plays tie role of a little squatter girl, to whom love and marriage- come in secre: ways, and her ·Interpretation of. the character is a fine bit of emotional work. MIss.Tal- madge. combines pathos -and humor, deep emotions and 'the joy of living. The sanctity of the home is one of the vital matters discussed In the photoplay. ' In it is shc*wn the_ struggle between "a woman's love for her busbard and her devotion to their child.',; It is a compelling story, filled with 'tense 'dramatic moments, that will bring'home to. its. audience the tremendous lesson it teaches. A selected comedy is included. SOISSOS '.CEEATKE. ··DORA TBOBNE".,-- The Chester Bishop Players will close their engagement" at the Solsson' theatre Sat- WORTH TWO WEEKS TRAINING Tenlac (Jnlckly aad Sorely Pet l««s»n, mgiUst, In Tink of Comiilian. H. ·Tanlac 'is worth almost as much to me as' a two weeks' hard training," said H. -Mason, athlete and^pugilist, of 1306;'State.Street, Erie, Pa,'. ' "I suffered from stomach trouble and a^.catarrhai. affection, ..the. latter having been brought about by my contracting cold' after a ten-round b«ut at the'Harlem Athletic Ciuib^ last Thanksgiving afternoon.. ' "It seemed as-though my nutrition was retarded and my strength was leaving me rapidly. "I would awaken at night from cold sweats. "I could not eat with; any uiistae- " tion,, and as a consequence my stomach went completely back on me. "t bought some of ,tbJs new-medicine, Tanlac, because a friend told ine about it, and-because he recommended it to me so highly. . . . · . "Since using Tanlac my stomach ha* resumed its normal condition.. I eat fine and sieep well. I am .as strong as ever; in fact. I feel like I . anx fit for the battle- of my life. ^IThis Tanlac is certainly a great strength siver. It Tjeats anytbiny I have ever seen. , I am going .to keep the medicine around handy to take .In the future. You certainly can bet-on that" . '·' . '. . . . ' . T»n!ac is now sold here fry the Gon- nellEville Drug Co. . Tanlac can also be secured in'Dun- bar at D. C..BastiE'i Drug Store.' urday night .with aa elaborate production of Bertha SL Clay's greatest lore story, "Dora Thome," the lodge keeper's daughter. .Thousands have read this popular book and have laughed and cried with the beautiful Dora whb married the young lord. Thii'dramatization follows the story more' closely than any yet made. Those who saw this performance last night pronounce it the best thing the ·Chester Bishop Players have done. .Virginia Duncan was delightful as Dora, whila Chester Bishop played ,the. young lord with alt the dignity the jart required. The scenery was expropriate and the dressing of the different .characters very elaborate. 'The last amtinee will be given tomorrow.- THE OEFHEU3C. -CTreTJ.A jfARIB"--In "Stella Marla," Mary Pickford's. latest picture for Artcraft, now at the Orpheum theatre, she playe two. roles, the swoet and appealing character of Stella 3faris, and Ucily Blake, an uncouth figure. -One'of tb« big scones in the photoplay shows the terrific beating Unity receives from the. drink-sodden woman who bu taken her from the orphan asylum. 'While Miss Camllle Atdrewich gives a splendid interpretation of the. brutal woman, she is a woman of gen tie.disposition and dearly loves Little Mary. Marshall Neilan, the director, says that he experienced the greatest . difficulty in getting Miss Ankewich to beat Miss Pickford in a realistic manner, and MICKIE SAYS NO,MW.'(r\E EDITOR MKf \N. --v--.-NOpe,Ne oiotfr .wuwt oTHm' ixeovj-f rf, \s rt.a. BCTf ER K GURU? VJEU-, NHV DIDN'T VA PHONE US A60VK VT2. ME OO ^HE BEST NO kMMO NHSS Promoter Baker, of Australia, has cat the championship boxing bouts tram 20'to 10 rounds and giT« ctuun- plonrtnp belts to the winners In the fly- wetfbt, bantamweight, feiOwrwelsht, Ilfhtwelfht and welterweight: clasBe*. The holder mint win the belt three time* tor .It t» become Us property. Ah Inside Bath Makes You Look and Feel Fresh Says a gtais of hot water with phosphate before breakfast keeps Illness away. Thle excellent, common-ee health measure being adopted by millions. Physicians the world over recommend the inside.bath, claiming this Is of vastly more importance ti^n outside cleanliness, .because the skin pores do not absorb impurities into the blood, causing ill health, while the pores in the ten' yards bt bowels do. Men and women are urged to drink each morning, before breakfast a glass of hot water with a. teaspoonful of limestone phosphate in it, 'as a harmless means of helping to wash Irom the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels the previous day's indigestible material, poisons, sour bile and toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and purifying the -entire alimentary canal before .putting more 'too into tic stomach. Those who wake up with bad breath, coated tongue, nasty taste or have a dull, aching head, sallow complexion, acid stomach; others who are subject to bilious attacks or constipation, should obtain a quarter pound of limestone phosphate at the drdg store. This will cost very little but Is sufficient to demonstrate the value of inside bathing.--Adv. after the scene was over and Hary was nibbing a red spot on her injured cheek, Miss ATtfcewich. bursf Into tears and declared it was the hardest · thing she had ever done in her whole life. THE ARCADE. .'.-A DAT. -OP DAYLIGHT."-- is- tie title of .thVmusJcal,. comedy .that will be .presented »t. tfa'.Arcade today and tomorrow' by. Mersereau's .Submarine Girls. '.If affords -an 'opportunity for ConuellsYille's own favorite comedian, "Simmie". Myers, to appear in hll own original role, that- of a netro iaid. There are all kinds of other female impersonators, -but ''Simiaie'* has this -fl»ld all to himself. His bit of comedy .on the telephone when - he calls the doctor is just a/bout the runniest thing Connellsville has ever seen in blackface. Other features' ere the, Mersereau Harmony Pair wte will be heard in "The Bright Brae Skies of Dixie;'.' Larry Powere - In "America Over the Top." The Paramount Comedy. Four will be heard In harmony nonsense. "Wally Mersereau and Master Charles- Aferserearc Trill sing "Just a Baby's Prayer 'at Twilight," and the Elliot Sisters will sing "Meet Me at the Station," "Simmie';. Myers will .sing "Pray for the' LigMs to : Go Out" Next week ends .'the lease, of Trimble Tuerffs, the The Voice of Lincoln "We accepted tfa* war for a uorthy, object, and the vfartuiO end-whtn that object it attorned. Under God, I hope it wiH not end until that time," Fifty-four yean ago when many people wen asking, as some are asking to-day, what wa* die ua of the vrar, Abraham Lincoln replied in the above) stirring words. · · · « The voice of Lincoln can be heard in America today. His appeal is for us to keep up' die struggle until the object of the war a obtained and die world is made safe for democracy. Every person in du» country has a distinct share to do and YOUR dace a to buy LIBERTY! BONDS to provide die United States Gore with die necessary money for -carrying on die wait to a Mtcceasfai end. . { The more Bonds yon buy, the quieter wufj die war end and die mote American soldiex* wiflj return home safe and sound. These American soMien are risking theft; lives, but die buyer of LIBERTY BONDS doa not even risk his money. When you bay a LIBERTY BOND, in addition to the satisfaction of performing your patriotic duty, you get die best investment in the world--a United States Government Bond, guaranteed by die richest nation in die world. ~" ' ' BUY LIBERTY BONDS| And buy them today from any bank llf ent managers of the Arcade. The picture today. 'and .tomorrow will be -a Foi comedy. LIBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT has been contributed by Goldstone Bros. as a patriotic contribution towards winning! the war v Confluence. CONFLUENCE, April 11.--E. B. Brown and daughter, Eva, nave returned from a visit with friends at Somerset. H. M. Datesman has returned, {roan a business visit to Philadelphia. E. "W. Debolt has returned from a visit with friends at Masontown. Florence Cummins of XJniontojm Is spending a few days at her liorne liere. L.-S. Leonard, Baltimore Ohio baggage agent at Akron, Ohio, was ! here yesterday arranging for the I funeral of Ws mother, Mrs. .George i Hall, who was. buried at .Bell Grove, · near Onioprle. i [Mrs. L. A. Meyers was called to Uniontown yesterday on account of the serious Illness of her sister, Mrs. Leslie. Allen C. Miller of Berlin, district deputy grand master of the I. 0. 0. F. In Somerset county, .was here Friday evening and installed the following officers in the local lodge: Past grand, Wiiliain A. Burnworth;'noble grand,' R. E. Gollec; rice grand, John-Butler; secretary, G. A.. Frcratz; treasurer, L. A. Ferrell; chaplain, Harry Flannigan; warden, George Frasee;; conductor, W. R. Jonss; R. S. to N. G., J. L. Buniworth; L. S. to N. G., J. V Cionse; H. S. Sup.J-rank Kurtz; L. s! Sop., Clyde Bower;'R. S. to V. .Q.] L. J. Holliday; L. S. to Y. G., H. p. Burmvorth; outside guardian, Gilbert Butler; inside guardian, Ralph Knigat; trustee, M. E. Goller; representative to Grand Lodge, M. E. Goller. 'Designates "Humane Sunday." Governor Brumbaugh has issued a .proclamation setting aside Sunda;^ April 21, as Humane Sunday, "and the week preceding as "Be Kind to Ani. mals Week." Buy a Liberty Bond Saturday.

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