The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 17, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, April 17, 1918
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?AGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONWKLLSVILLE, PA- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1918. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Staff Officers and Committees of the Bed Cross is Complete. MANYPROMINENTPEOPLE IN LIST George Townsend. Mrs. Townsend was Miss Emma Ressler, a. member of the Scottdale nigh school class 'of H '15. Announcements have been received to Earl T. Kliroy, at Akron, O., April 12th. Mrs. Sturtz and her daughter formerly resided here. Marcer Mellvarn and Dewey Smeltzer hare gone to Kansas to do farm work. Vincent O'Donnell, from Camp Greene, is home on a furlough. Miss Hary Ames of Detroit, ilteh.. is the guest of her brother. John Ames. Jolyi Hmtes lies at His Home in Market Street; Former tJoTprnor!' The Heal TOfe. I ,, . ,, , . _ , , . i One of the most successful men o f ' Hanlr Speaks in Presbrfcnan i this coim(ry reoeot! , w r o t E . . w l u i t ' . Church Sight of Friday, April 28.1 e ve.- I am, and whatever success 11 j have attained. I owe it all to my wife., Special to The Courier. ' She has ever been an inspiration and t SCOTTDALE, April IT.--Below is tte greatest helpmate of my life." To ! tound a complete list of officers of the be sucb - a successful wife should be ' Scottdale chapter of the Red C ross, I *« ambition of every woman, but how , caosea recently: ' j impossible when dragged down by President, Rev. M. A. Lambing; first · headaches, backache, dragging-down | vice president, Mrs. G. E. Huttel-'' P^ ns . nervousness and "the blues." j raaier; second vice president, Mrs. 'ery woman in 'this condition should | BemanUn Miller; secretary, Miss ' 5tart at once to build up her system by Katharine Fiunerty; treasurer, Roba tonic of specific powers, such as ert P. Percy; advisory board. Rev. I.', Lydia E. Pinkiam's Vegetable Com- 3;. Hunk, Robert Skemp. Mrs. F. L.' P°"hd, which for three generations Brown, Mrs, W. H. Clingerman. Mrs. ^ Deen restoring American women i A. C. Overholt and Mrs. W. H Wnaley. ' to health and consequent hapjiiness. President Lamb-.og appointed tie following committees: Supervisor of units. Mrs. G. E. Hnt- tehnaier; chairman of knitting, .Mrs. Robert Skemp; assistant, Airs. J. L. Rygor; coalman of surgical dress. Ings, Mrs. W. P. Stauffer; assistant, Miss Claude Ferguson; purcnasing --Adv. Perryopolis. PERRYOPOUS, April I S -- Miss Irene Galley of Fayette City spent j Sunday with her parents here. j Jacob Piersol and family motored _____ _ ______ ___ __ ..... w committee, ilrs. J. P. K. Milcr. Mrs. f r o m Bentleyville Sunday to spend J. P. Brenn«n and Mrs- M. J. Kennedy; j publicity committee, ilr. James Kee- the day with Mrs. Elizabeth Luce. I ^UM.».*LJ ^wi«~j.u..~i*, +·**.. ,/.»u4.o A^^fc- Guy Brown of Fayette City attend_4 gaiu Mrs. H. B. Hartman. Miss Eliza-' ed the patriotic meeting here Sunday. Miss Dessa Hall is ill with grip. Misses Mae McKee, Helen Cole, Helen Striekler, Kathryn Barr, Mary Duff, Rosetta Diiff, Mrs. L. A. Brown Mil and Hiss Carrie WiUy; pi- 'anist, Mrs. C. E. Stone; membership · and finance committee, F. L. Brown, .chairman; Roberx Skemp. John Haw- 'rthnrne, John M. Stauffer. W. F Stauf- (fer.-G. E. HtiUeimaier, F. E. Weddell, and Mrs. Anna Blair were ConneUs- .. P. Kelly, Ir. Arthur Waide Frank ville callers Saturday. iParker, "W. H. Glasgow, E. F. Doorley, 1J. 'Warren Brooks, Hs.rry Pa:ker, T. ;Vf. Dawson, Cleveland Sharon, 'vi'il- Qiani Ferguson, C. M. Jarett. Thomas (J..HJH, Homer Knth. H. B. Lee, John 1. V. Elcher, F. V. Perry, Jo- »soph "Weiscl. 3. "W. 'Woolcy, James IXeegan, J. T. Kefthley, Charles Hall, ·F.-M. Newcomer, Charles D. Flagle, C. lL,-~Mellinger, Ifoward Ettglc. Frank O'JRoark, J. Alex Yahner, Joseph Stetaer, Simon Miller, A. J. Sitemp, P. .Tr Laws, Homer Graft. Geo'-ge Jar- .Tett, Miss Ella SHymn and Miss Madeline Brennen. John Brane. John Hume, aged 79 years, died yesterday at the Market street home of his son, B?erett Hume. Fune ral services will be held this evening at 9 The Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist Episcopal church will meet at the home of Mrs. C. T. Davidson Saturday at 1 P. M. Miss Rebecca Page of "vTest New- i ton spent the week-end with town i friends. j Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Townsend of | Flatwoods were town callers Sunday. ~NV. 3. Stickel returned to Uniontown Monday after spending Sunday at his home here. Putting this loan over the top will be talking to the Kaiser in the language of Liberty. Summer ^formal. There will be a live Summer School at South ConnellsviHe. Pa. The session will open May 6, and where o'clock and tomorrow morning the | continue sis weeks, closing with j body will be taken to his old home at i county examination for teachers. - - - interment -^ common branches, voice culture, and -vocal music, etc., will be taught._ A class in methods of teaching will receive especial attention. We can loaa books to a limited num- Berfcley Springs, will be made. House ior Sale, FOR SALE -- Brick house, paved - street, bath, heaier, gas, electricity; , bargain. Boi 471 Scottdale. 15apr-3t KnitHog Party. Miss Margaret O'Hara entertained the members of the Sodalr.y witn a knitting party at her home on Broadway last evening. Very nics rei'resh- raents were served during the even- Goremor .Hanly Coming. ber who attend this school. For further information address J. C. Beahm, A. M-, Pnncial, Connellsville, Pa.-- Adr. 13 wod. tl. Vanderbilt. VANDEBBILT, April 16.-- Mr. and . Mrs j onn McDowell and baby of 1 Governor J. Prank Hanly. president . rjnnbar are visiting the latter's sis- el the Flying Squadron, will iacturei t e r i i[rs Robert Burns. to the Presbyterian, church Friday . evening, April 26th, at S o'c'ock. Club Holds Tarty. The Phy-Mo-iile club he'd a party Miss Elraa Harper is visiting her mother, Mrs. C. B. Harper, vrho underwent an operation at the Mercy ,»t the Y. M. C. A. on Monday eien-.^ay. hospital in Pittsburg on last Thurs- '.ing, to -which the membrs of tlu cltib wi'-h their friends came. Games , -were played in the gym. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Flagle were the gmsts of the boys. Trinity Class Meets. - lEss Ruth .Frye enterained .ic Trinity Bible class of th( Retornicd church at her home last e/ening. Following the business meeung lanca ·was served. . A Fortunate Connection. 'Has been made with one of the ' largest distributors ot women's and lough. He is a member of Company children's wearing apparel in Pitts- Mrs. Kate Gaber has returned to her home in Uniontown after spending several weeks vith her niece, Mrs. "W. J. Reed. J. Earle Roberts of Brownsville visited his parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Roberts on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore and children of Florence Mines visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore yesterday. Clarence Ianner of Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., is home on a fur- 'burg and New York, whit h "will positively enable the ladies o! this vicinity to receive and view the newest and most-authentic of style creations ' as soon as they appear 'n the large cities at jus*, as economical a price as Trell as a larse selection to choose from. Curiosity ought to prompt you to make us prove it Scottdale's ideal shopping place. Broadway Ladies' Store, as you get off the ear,-. Adv. Other JTotes. · The Clover club, of the Union Santoy school met at the Staufter home : ol Misses Anna and Amy Weinmaa. Games and musk were the teatnres -' of the evening. Very nice lunch was ,',' served. ' Announcement has boen received * here of the arrival of a daughter at '- the Masontown- home of Mr. and Mrs. D. Lieutenant Paul W. Dunn of Fort Mott., N". J., is spending a 10-day furlough with his parents. Mr. and-Mrs. S. W. Duon of Buena Vista. TTho to Patronise. Merchants woo advertise their good." Th« Daily Coarter. IF YOU HAD A NECK »8 LONQ A8 THIS FELLOW. AND HAD SORE THROAT T O N S 1 L I N E . J*U«. Ht,«t)S»,»t AU. DOUGGWT* PARAMOUNT J HE ATRE --T01U1-- BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS PRESENTS HERBERT RAVTLINSON IN "BRACE UP" WONDERFUL PRODUCTION IN 6 ACTS, j ALSO A GOOD COMEDY IN 3 ACTS. T O H 0 R R 0 TV ·WILLIAM A. BRADY PRESENTS CARLYLE BLACKWELL AND JUNE BLVIDGE IN "THE WAY OUT" WORLD PRODUCTION IK 5 ACTS. UNIVERSAL CURRENT EVENTS. ALSO A GOOD COMEDY. ORPHEUM THEATRE TODAY Pra Prrscius JEWEL CARMEN m THE GtKT, WITH THK CH.UH'AGyE --TOMORROW-"My Father," the Second of the Benjamin Chapm Series "THK so.v OF niiMOCK.vrr" And MARGARITA FISCHER in "ANTS SOISSON THEATRE ATRU, 15TH TRE3I.YCTS MUSICAL REVUE An Up-to-Date lOlUSICAL COMEDY CO. JO -- PEOl'LiE -- 10 Sinping and Dancing Choros 5-- PIIETTY GIBLS -- 5 3-- MUSICAL TRE3TAIXS-- 3 Comedy Musical Act. MR. GEOBGJ2 3TARTIX Eccontrio Tramp Comedian. M R. B E RT T REMA I.\ E Irish Comedian 31 R. LA :tlO'T JLETV7S Prcstodisritotor Extrnordinary IHCatinee Dailj- at 2 o'clock, continnons until 5 o'clock. Prices lOc and 20c. ...Two Perforrnances at nlg-ht, beginning at 7:30. Prices 15c and 25c. 8 The car of quality and endurance. The above car will be at the Smith House, Connellsville, on Friday, April 19, 1918, subject to your inspection and to give demonstration to any interested parties. Let us show you the KING of all Eights. Seeing is believing. Uniontown, Pa. LAST f\'C t Or s Under the Management of Trimble. Tuerffs. Big loo } Matinee Daily at 2:30. Evening Shows at --TODAt AJ(I TOHOBKOAV-- THE CHICKEE CHOO SHOW In the Musical Farce "THE NEW LANDLORD" On the Screen--^VENGEAJJCE AND THE \VOMAX" Clean, Progressive Amusement for the Whole Family. Buy in Connellsville War or No War You j It isn't our intention to dwell on the scarcity of really good Rugs and their rapidly advancing prices, but rather do we want to emphasize the Beauty, tie completeness, Die rare attractiveness of the stocks w e have on display in spite of those condi-Jons. Rugs woven with aH the skin and wonderful designs possible when master workmen are at their best Rich in color. Superb in qualify. Serviceable. And shown in a range of sizes that is most unusual. Extra Size Rugs $35 to $98 Good quality Brussels, Body Brussels, A-rminster aod Velvet Rugs in sizes 12x15 ft.; ll-3\-15 ft; 10-0x13-6 ft.; 11-3.112 ft.; 0x13 ft; 10-6x10-6 ft.; ta9 ft. 6x9 Rugs $12.50 to $35 In your choice at Wilton, Arminstcr and Brussels--handsome new designs and fine even weav- ings. Splendid values. 4-6x7-6 Rugs in Choice Axminster or Brussels at 9x12 Rugs at $20 to $85 The rnott wanted size Rugs are icre in splendid variety, including "Vv iton, Brussels, Axminster, Velvet and Body Brussels. You must sec tiem. 8-3x10-6 Rugs $22.50 to $58 "Women needing Rugs of Ibis size may Felect them in TV:lton, Body Brussels, Axminster or Brussels The quality is good--patterns new and handsome. of Body Brussels, $8 up to $13.50 There is Only One Answer T O ALL the unspeakable vileness and savagery of German methods there is only one answer-To all the lies, the violations of treaties, the murder of ·women ajid children wounded soldiers, the needless and ruthless destruction of the monuments of civilization--there is only one answer-- V I C T O R Y And to secure this victory means big gtms, shells, rifles and ammunition, aeroplanes and supplies of every kind in endless quantities. LIBERTY BONDS will provide the money. Buy Liberty Bonds Buy All You Can Today Cored Spring and Summer Footwear for Women Smartly shod women and girls are making the WrightMetzler Shoe Section their Fashion headquarters for shoes, Oifords and pumps. It is here they get quality without extravagance. It is here they can purchase stylish, serviceable and perfect-fitting shoes that will enhance the beauty and style value of that summer frock or suit. All sizes, all good styles, and all of the most wanted colors. Headquarters for Children's Shoes That FIT and Give Good Service SPECIALS! I --38 inch Cameo Long- j cloth, a nainsook finish- j ed Muslin, 35c yalue 27c ' yard. --32 inch Shrunk Mus- i lin, soft finish, smooth I even weave, t!0c value 23c 3 ard. i The newest developments in Knitting Bags, and also very convenient for carrying small packages. --In black and brown Moire, at $4.00, So, $5.50 and $6.50. --Black Leather Bags at $3.50 and $4.00 each. REMNANTS! | --Remnants of 32 inch Bales j Zephyr Ging-hams, 2 to 10 yd. ' lengths, 35c Talnes SSc yard- ' --Remnants of 36 jnch plain | Percales, white, copen, nary, i 25c Tallies lS\ n yard. ! --Remnants of 3G inch Plain i Chamhray Ginghams, ropes, l blue, pink,--S5c Tallies l»c ynn], ! --Remnants of 27 inch Plain Galatea, black, white, copen, navy,--XSe Tallies 19c yard, --Remnants of 2fi inch Minaret Cloth, copen, navy, flesh, pink, grey, taupe, white,-2,x; raJnes 10c yard. The Debut of American Summer Cottons Thousands of Yards Here and Never We Been So Proud of Them Creative genius has been at work in the cotton mills of America Necessity thp mother of invention, has spurred manufacturers to innovations of -which thev se-lrrT ]y dreamed themselves capable. The results are here on display--finely varied ' a^ reasonable in price. ' dnc Ginghams! There are ginghams, of course. How would we eet along wthout them? These are the verv best vn hfve ever shown. Some are of tissue fineness with great plaid designs m a very rainbow of beautiful, delicate color Others are self-toned. Price, range 25c. 33c to 50c a yard! Voiles! The tissue voiles have achieved a remarkable success and gained an unexpected beauty b v adopting stripes and plaids in softest and dehcatclv i,armon,z=ng colors so that they contrive to look exactly l,k c silk. And we are glad 10 be able 10 announce that these are 27 and 36 inches »idc, and only 40c to SOc the yard. Other Voiles are Priced 25c, 35c up to $ 1.00 a Yard 225 Spring Suits for Stylish Shoppers WoTnerl who favor the tailored costume for Spring will find satisfying selections here. The Suits naturally fall into groups in the Suit section. In some one group each woman may be sure of finding a suit exactly in keeping -with her own ideas of good taste and, smartness, likewise to suit the amount she has intended to spend. Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You Spend--Save Them. FEATDBCfC. THE HAKMOSY BUGS MAE ALLEN Champion Bucfc Dancer IRVING LEWIS 1 PATRONIZE H05IE WHO APTERTISE THE COCKIER-- r DO YOU NEED JOB PRINTING? We do all kinds of Job Printing at our otfice from the visiting card to the finest commercial work. Try our printing. THE COURIER COMPANY, 127^ W. Main St., ConnellsviHe, Pa.

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