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PAGE EIGHT;. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1918. APPEAL IS MADE TO THE PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS OF COAL To Assist in Supplying 1 i Coming Year's Demands For FueL EACH MUST BEAR A SHARE Of Sacrifice Otherwise production Cannot be Increased and Adequately Distributed, Says Administrator GarficW; No Change in Prices. Tbe following appeal has been made to the producers and consumers of coal by Fuel Administrator Garfield with. a view to securing fall cooperation in efforts to increase coal production daring tiie coming year: "We begin the new coal year of 1918-19 with an. obligation resting upon every citizen, of the United States to do his purt, in order that the coal at the country may be made adequate to meet the home needs of our people and the ever-increasing demands for coal for fuel -which grew out of the conflict ia which we are now engaged. Tfre Fuel Admioistra- Â· tion must have the support aud the . active cooperation, not only of those ' who are engaged in production and distribution, of fuel, but oC wery coal '. user in the country. Each must boar his share of the patriotic sacrifice . which, must be made if the coal supply is to be properly increased and adequately dtfstribnted. "An adequate coal supply is vital to the winning ot the -war. "Without It we can not make munitions or other -war safeties or build the ships Tffakrix mttst carry men and materials to the battle front.. "Without it Indus- up during the spring and summer} when coal production is unhindered and the transportation facilities of tte country operating at their highest efficiency. 1 "To safeguard riie consumer the Fuel Administration. has prescribed regulations to prevent profiteering and to govern the distribution of coal by licensed jobbers ttnd by retailers. Each domestic consumer will 1Â« permitted to secure a full normal eap- ply of coal, but no more. : "Every ton of coal that is hoarded against future needs and is not used during the winter is acual waste. The labor and transportation used to bring tbe coal to the consumer and the actual energy of the coal itselfure Â·with- held from doing their pun toward speedy victory. Consumers should secure just a litMe less coal than they believe they need and should make every shovelful give its full value in heat and power. Bvery shovelful Â»iaved means help for tbe industries In turning out supplies for our troops abroad, help for the ships that must bridge the 3,000-mile gap between our shores and the battle front, and help toward ultimate victory." fife Â¥ lh@ai(hf'Â®s THE "KBVENGE" -- A five-part Metro feature, starring wonderful Edith Story, supported toy Wheeter Oajunan, is being presented today. Plenty of real western atmosphere is shown in "Revenge," which was produced at the west coast studios of Uetro. Alva Leigi comes to a mining cap to marry, finds her fiance murdered, a.nd swears to be avenged. She stays on at the camp in hopes of finding some clue to the murder. Dick Handall and Duncan, in charge ol the dance hall, grre her aid in her search. Both men love her, and Alva comes to care for Dick, bnt Duncan pormits her to overhear a conversation that persuades her that Dick killed her fiance trta Trill De stopped, labor tnrOTm j to gain fnl] possession of their joint ovt of employment, and the houies of \ mining claim, and she punctures his tbo people will -be cold. j canteen as Dick sets forth across ~ ""alley desert to record the claims. Finally all things are set clear aud Alva is jast in time to save Dick from death. A comedy is in- Dickerson Run. DICKJiiKSON RUN, April 15. -- A j special train of two cars conveying the Pittsburg Lake Eric Railroad officials, stopped .at Dickerson Hun Saturday long enough to make an inspection there and also take dinner. Today another special train carried officials over the Yough division, making, an inspection of buildings. John McCowan of McKeesport, was a business caller here Thursday. Miss Amanda Bell of .Monarch, spent Friday evening here, the guest of Mrs. James Beatty. Mrs. William Berry of Mount Pleasant, spent Friday visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Harttt'ick at Liberty. Henry Glass of Milvalc, spent Friday visiting his sister. Mrs. Harry Ifint, at Lookout Parm. From there he went to Somcrflelti to spend a few days with his mother, Mrs. Glass. Tbis was pay day an yie Yough division of the Pittsburg Lake Erie Railroad. BLISS N A T I V E H E R B TABLETS tiring hiick. the brieM eye, Uio clear head, the red chocks and t h e glow oC health by r e l i e v i n g ' SICK HEADACHE ana Stomach disorders. Bliss Native Herb Tiible.U uro a srcal Kidney and Liver Regulator For 30 years recognized its tr.e only Mljint'.ard herb remedy. Safe. gentle, ;incl certain. OB! the c e n u - s~^ inc.. JSven* t.ablc'. contains vQj t h i s t r a d o m a r k ^+~s Price $1.00 per box of COO tablet.?. Sold by A. A. Clarkfl and local dealers everywhere. -- Adv. If Sou AM Hnntlng Bargains Read the advertlseiug columns ot Tho Daily Courier. You will 2nd them. Â·pHE Merchants who advertise in this paper will give yon best valises for your money. "ttoidod by tbe experience of tac Â· put -winter tbe Fnel Administration has taken tte necessary steps tn clear the way for the ceaseless activity of : ,the mines of the country in increas- . ing . the supply and for UÂ» steady, swift distribution of the nation's fuel - as rapidly as it can be taken, from the ground and moved over our overburdened transportation systems. "The prices fixed by the govern- V nrcnt for coal at die mine nave now been, established on a stable foundation which Trill not be disturbed dur- . Ing 'the coming coal year, except in cases of esoraonHBary urgency. These Â·. prices have been adjusted by scien- . tiflc and practical investigation, based . lpon uniform cost sheet reports to insure the greatest iiossiblc straula- tion. of. prockicticTi while maintaining 'a reasonable and equitable price of : coal to the consumer. "By carefully drawn regulations, V the Fuel Administration bas iiuglred * the shipment of 'clean coal* from the . ; mines. Coal cbraaining Â· an undue '. amount of foreign matter will ba pen;'. allied in price, and producers who : take extraordinary measures in the -.preparation of their coal will be - recompensed. These measures wai keep off the railroads and out of the Â« bins of the consumers a large amount Â·.; of nnbnrnable material which was in- ; : eluded in last year's coal production. V '"Every effort has oeen made by the ; Fuel Administration to so arrange -i the distribution ol the coal supply '''. that it -will impose the least possible | twrden mÂ»n the railroade of the Â· country. Tbrougfc the zone system i 1 of distribution, which became effec- j'ittve April 1, tte movement of bitomin- *. ous coal between the mine and the ] piwdncer -will be restricted to the i shortest possible transportation lines J, consistent with the mainteaantx; of Â· a n adequate and proper coal f apply S'rto Â»U " aiwnetag tSesÂ« restrictions the AarotaJBtration, in many cases, lOfeam allotted to consuming territory f proaacinj: fields which can only fill Â£vtfce 6aaand oÂ£ the consumers they soppiy. it production is main- steadDy throughout the coal ~ Vnel Administration expects fth* coal consumers, containing patriotic cooperation with tbe gov- . in mil its -war measures, to :jnÂ«iÂ«**iu a- steaÂ«ly' and constant de- lor coal in order to attain this . OooaonMcs nrost boy thetr win.- tef-'mtpiftf of coal dozing the spring aat 'aasmer for storage during tho i'Nriater it tbe production is to be main- a a maximmn and the country taiafeted to avoid a serious coal short- Â» aj* this winter. The Fnel Administra- -Mim wOi cooperate with all coin- munltits in an effort to provide stor- iaje lor emergency stocks of coal to Â£be set aside during the spring ' and *Â£smmner to meet emergencies of weath- ;,"er' and transportation Â· which may f ;aHaÂ« nÂ«xt winter. ' t the great storage capacity of ithe'cottntry lies in the bins of the in- ^dividual consumer, and there the ^country's coal reserve must be built eluded, appear Tomorrow Roy* Stewart will n "Keith of the Border." Thursday, Jnne TUlvidge, supported by Carlyie Blacfcwell and Joha IJowers will "be seen in "The "Way Out." Friday and Saturday, ITae Marsh, known as the girl Â·with a thousand faces, will bo featnrod in "Fields of Honor." THE AKCADK. "THE .CHICKEE CHOO SHO"W." Irring Lewis and his CMckee Choo show will be the attraction, at the Arcade this week, the opening bill today and tomorrow being the original musical comedy, "The Kissing Miss." The company arrived today from Youngstown, 0. The big features are PARAMOUNT JHEATRE A LOVE THAT BATTLED AGAINST HATE IS THE STORY TOLD IN "REVENGE" A METRO PRODUCTION IN 5 ACTS. ALSO A SELECTED COMEDY IN TWO ACTS. T 0 H 0 R R 0 W THOS. H. INGE PRESENTS ROY STEWART IN "Keith of the Border" TRIANGLE PRODUCTION I.N 5 ACTS. ALSO A SELECTED COMEDY. the Four Harmony Bugs, a snperb j singing organization; Miss Mae Allen, j heralded as-the champion bucSulancer j of America, and Irving Lewls^eccen- j trie comedian. Pretty stage sotticgs with novel electrical effects are promised, in addition to a gorgeous!? cos- tnmed chorus. Included in tbe n-ow songs are "Our Mothers' IieaKh." "Give Me the Right to love You," "The Road to Home Sweet Home," "Ghre ~Xa the Moonlight," "You'll Find a Litfle Bit ot Dirie Everywhere." Charlie Chaplin will be on the" screen. This will lie the last week of the Arcade under tbe management of Trimble TuerEs. They have made a great effort to book a strong company for their farewell. ORFIIEOM THEATRE. Â·THE FAIR BARBARIAN."--AI Paramount photoplay featuring Vic- \ ian Martin, will be shown today. The story deals with an American girl who visits a small. English town, with the soothing effect of a small-sized cyclone. How she wins over the crusty BngHsh spinster aunt with whom she lives, and manages to bring, not only her own romance, hut those of several Others, to a successful climax, makes an exceptionally attractive screen, story. "Are Married Policemen Safe?" a Sunshine comedy will be shown also. Tomorrow, Triangle presents William S. Hart' with Margery Wilson arid Robert McKlm in "The Primal Lure." It is an absorbing drama of life in the great Canadian Northwest. ' THE SOISSOK. The Musical Tremaines, with a comedy musical act, who piay at the Soisson this week, have something which is high class and delightful. They are at home with most any kind of a musical instrument, and intermingle enough comedy to keep the audience in a .continual laugh for 16 minutes. Bessie Tremaine wears some beautiful wardrobes. Â· - EVERSON TO ORGANIZE But Baseball Team Tliere Wi)l Be Â»f Toinger Men Thu Before. Â· Bverson Athletic Association will organize for the coming season but on account of the draft it will have to "play in tlw 18-20 year.class. Manager Joe H. .Bednarowicz would like to arrange games with teams in the above class in the Connoilsville region. The association will have a meet- ins In tne Eversoa borough building on April 20,, at 8 o'clock in the even- ins. ' - - SOiSSGN THEATRE OSE WEEK BEGI\'IA'G Al'IlfT, 15TH TREMAIJf'S MUSICAL REVUE An Up-to-Date MUSICAL COMEDY CO. 10--PEOPLE--10 Singing and Daneing Chorus 5--PRETTY GIBLS--5 S--MUSICAL TREMADiS--3 Comedy Musical Act. MK. GEORGE ^L4.3ITEf Eccentric Tramp Comedian. MB. BERT TREMAl'E Irish Comedian SIR. LA M05T LEWIS Prestodigitntor Extraordinary jaatincc Daily at 2 o'clock, continuous until 5 o'clock. Prices lOc and 20c. ...Two Performances at night, beginning at 7:30. Prices lOc and 25c. GllEAT GAKS Ef SAVISGS. Ufa Easy--If You Know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets TteMcret of keeping yotmg is to fed oatf -- to do this you must watch you! liver ind bowels -- there's no need of 'barioc a sallow complexion--dark rings Juncfcr jour eyes -- pimples -- a bilious i look te your face -- dull eyes with no Elparide.: "Yoor doctor via tell you ninety "per cent of all sickness comes from in- ^Eow^wlSinown pivs3dan| Pe " le h Â»- ?Â«*"*Â»* Sariig, i;tniOhkn perfected a vegetable com- i Dnnng the Tear, pound mixed with olwe oil to act on.| II - bas Deei1 estimated that the peo- tholrrer and bowels, which he gave to | P'e of this Country have more than ''5J^2?J l 7^ !tr3 V u, t . 'doubled their Savings during'the past ^Â«wSSl^tJ?Sl?vSt SU ^f i " year ' 'The.total'savings, which usual- 5 KÂ°^cSL 8 ^ey U1 b^ SS \ Â» TM' to.flT. or six hilHon dollars, exuberance of tpirit,'that natural! now agsregate over 14 billion.dollars. which should be enjoyed by r IT you savings do not show a large bytoningnp the liver and clear*! increase, it is because you are fall- n Â£SL2 f Â£?Â£Â£Â£:IwrK~T v.- ins ^ ellil "i in- niarch of prosperity. ^*jÂ«siw,aass--.gs i i .-gja^-sf. Sf^ Â·Â·Â· . . Â· i Pittsburg Street, Connsllsville.--Adv. UGHT OAK Â·3Â«"rter Pi nt u. S. Stindari MÂ« Will you accept one of our Regular 25c Cans of Chi-Namel Varnish FREE, and test its easy application, beauty and brilliancy on your Furniture, Floors and Woodwork. DEMONSTRATION On the dates given below a factory demonstrator will exhibit and apply these exquisitely colored, self leveling varnishes and enamels. Come in and see the magnificent efiects produced at pin-money cost . FRISBEE HARDWARE COMPANY, Connellsville, Pa. DEMONSTRATION APRIL 17-18. T H I S COUPON * J -" k -' .^-*-' 1 1 1 - ^-"-l NamdVÂ«TMi.huponthepurcha8Â« of one new 15c brush (merely to insure a fair trial) daring our CHI- NAMEL DEMONSTRATION. (Dates given above.) Ulsu-ger can is deÂ»ired,coupon will apply 23 25c against purchase price. Address ; . Have YOU Subscribed tc the THIRD LIBERTY LOAN Not on]y for the present needs of tbe United States, but'also for your own future Buy Liberty Bonds. Every Bond you buy is a splendid investment and your money will come back to you with interest promptly when due. Therefore for the sake of your future as well as your country Buy Liberty Bonds and Buy Them NOW More of Those Glorious Shimmering $5 Baronet Satins Lacfcy we are to get this fine shipment. For of course they're scarce, with the world of Fashion mad about them, and only one manufacturer able to make them successfully. --36 inch Baronet Satin in plain colors--Â· Ivory, mastic and duck Mue,._ $5.00 ...the yard. --36 inch Sntin Eoya', In taupe, at $6.00 the yard. PETTICOATS! Striped gingham and percale petticoats i-,re here in fine assortments at S5c and $1.00 each. Excellent values. Cove,r-All Gingham Aprons at $1.50 They are large and roomy and will cover your dress from tbe neck to the hem. Made of good quality gingham with the round neck, the sleeves and the belt in back piped with white. In light and dark checks. Crisp Little White Aprons 25c There are about three hundred of these dainty little aprons of dimity and lawn. Some have neat embroidery trimming them, others have ruffles and hemstitching and little pockets with tiny bows. Here It Is! The Most Remarkable Musical Invention of This or Any Age Thousands of people--scores of them music critics--have listened spellbound to the New Edison's re-creation of both vocal and instrumental music --the reproduction being so raithtul one could not distinguish between the artist and tbe re-creation. Thousands of homes have been made cheerier, merrier, better places to live in by the introduction of this wonderful instrument. The NEW EDISON Will go down in history as one of the most significant triumphs of a brain which has given more to the world in the shape of scientific progress than has any other of its time, or of all time. The NEW. EDISON comes in a size, model and finish to satisfy any personal preference and to flt in with any decorative scheme. A demonstration at our store or in your own home implies no obligation to purchase. Specials! --15x36 inch hemstitched embroidered Pillow Cases, Fruit of the Loom Muslin, regular $1.50 values S9e pair. --Remnants of 27-inch White Plisse, regular 35c values 27c yard. Specials! --Women's 75c Fibre Silk Boot Hose in black, -white, rose, pink, raaise, navy, blue, all sizes, 55c the pair. --81x90 inch Empire Sheets, seconds of Mohawk, $1.70 values for $1.39. The Prettiest Things for The Little Folks .It is generally known that the clothes for babies and youngsters on display at this store show a splendid discrimination of the prettiesc and most proper apparel for the little folk. There is no more complete assortment at your disposal-cunning little coats, bonnets, dresses and all the most practical sort of undergarments. You will be especially, delighted with the neat trimmings and the splendid workmanship. You'll Like the Prices Too Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You Spend--Save Them. LAST WEEK OF THE ARCADE Under Management of Trimble Tuerffs Big 15o ' I Matinee Daily at 2:30. Evening Shows at Clean, Progressive Amusement for the Whole Family.-. FEATBBEfG. THE HABHONY: BUGS THE CHICKEE CHOO SHOW MAE ALLEN Champion Buck Dancer IRVING LEWIS In the Pretty Musical "Success "THE KISSING MISS" On. the Screen--Charlie Chaplin in "Work." Just Over the Bridge ConDellSTillc (West Side) WilllM SERVICE STATION Carroll Battery Co. A Factory Trained Battery ttan. Patronize Those Who Advertise in The Courier. BicG A rcnwdr (or tafftetlont of th u r i n Â» r y tnwt. Â»od vrtli not vtrictnTV. _ BÂ«Ii.'~ in 1 to S dÂ»r". noun BT jRBeÂ«iÂ»rm. rÂ«reÂ«l Poll It dMirrf--Price Â«, ot 3 kottlM K.JS. THE EVANS CHBWcXl?CO., CINCINNATI, O. ORPHEUM THEATRE TODAY Jesse L. Lasky Presents VIVIAN MARTIN ia "THE FATE BARBARLW "ARE MARRIED POLICEMEN' SAFE?" a Sunshine Comedy. --TOMORROW-Triangle Presents 'WILLIAM S. HART in "THE PRHIAI/ IAJBK"