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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, April 18, 1918
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PAGE S1X.- THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. THURSDAY, APRIL JS. i9j.o. TDasafin-es' THE PAKAM OUST. "TEE WAY OUT."--A five-part World feature, In which June EMdge. supported by Carlyle Blacfcvrell .and John Bowers, is'seen in the leading role, is being shovm today in addition to the Universal Current Events; The story of "The Way Out" starts in New York City with a love affair "between Alice Thornton and Barr, a successful young journalist. But Alice's mother has other plans In view for her daughter. She wishes Alice to marry a title, but Mrs. Thornton is too wise to openly oppose the match between the young people. She work? in the dark, though, to bring about an estrangement -between them, and .to do this she tafces Alice with her on a trip to E/urope. In Eurqp^ Alice finally marries Count ILouis. de Jouiville. and the ensuing.: complications .are many and extremely interesting. The big climax of the production occurs on a French hattlefied- when Count .de Jouiville and Barr meet under strange circumstances. "The Way Out" has been staged "on an elaborate scale, and the wholr attraction is a brilliant success. Moving picture' patrons will enjoy this fast-moving, very unusual film from the start to the finish. Tomorrow Mae'Marsh. the celebrated screen-star, will be, seen in "Fields oJ Honor," from the story by Irvia S. Cobb in the Saturday Evening Post, Monday. Emily Stevens will be featured 'in 'The Shell Game." known as one of the five most beatui-; I ful women in the world, and famous j ! as an opera star, is featured in "The j EternaJ Temptress," z story of modern ' Venice. As Cordelia Sau/.io, a wealthy · widow of modern Venice, who lures i ·young Harrjy AKhrop to his ruin. Una Cavalieri her d e b u t in PaSa- .mount pictures. The story rteais with the ruse .of. an Austrian diplomat to secure-papers Involving Italy's position in the world'mar. MISS HELEN BELL RUSH \ T H K SOFSHOX. The Mysital Trem:unes, in a comedy musical act, at the So..';son this wee-k. elicit a, great many laughs, find were forced to accepi several encores, which vero well deserved, as ; 'both members of the team display con- I siderabte proficiency on various in- j struments. Their musical work is j r"*-·(; the "usual offering in vaude-! vflle. LMBARGO ON COAL SENT VIA P. R.R. TO CERTAIN MARKETS IN THE EAST TffE ABCABE. The Chickee Choo Show at the Arcade this week is one of the best .companies that popular little playhouse ever had. Yesterday it presented a Landlord" 'While it has but a little terest is held throughout. The opening is pretty, all the members of the Shipments Oricinntia- in This Section io Be aiade by the B.- 0. aud the WeU'rn .'uarylautL In order to insure an increased movement of bituminous coal to points in eastern Pennsylvania, iVew Jersey and New England, the Fuel Arfrainis- 'tration has issued an order amending i the zone system.of distribution as it i affects the markets in Baltimore and ; Washington. j Under the order, which becomes ef- \ fective April 20, coal originating on } the Pennsylvania railroad, -Mononga- j hela railroad and Hunt in gum £ Broad Top Mountain railroad and their short line connections hi Pensylvania, West Virginia and Maryland, when j routed via the Pennsylvania railroad,) in-1 * s embargoed from Baltimore and "Washington markets. To meet this situation the Fuel Ad- Soloist at the Conncllsville Milit 22, in the new High. School Auditor! n,ry Band Concert Monday night, April am. cast appearing in evening dress. The opening medley included an original ministration will, arrange for the essential supply for these markets from FUEL ADMINISTRATORS CALL UPON ALL TO HELP END RAIL CONGESTION"; mines on the Baltimore . road, and their connections, roads "afford a much more route to these points," , I · song, "The Chickeo Choo Maids," and "Sweet Alma." It serves to introduce Irving Lewis, in a very funny eccentric character and ?JFO the Piccadilly Dancing Trio. The comedy clean and .new. A novelty was the | nAAT TAD obligatory Bern! Provost in assisting | SWAlHr-RUOl Fl)K a chorus in the new song success-,' "·" "The Garden of Italy." Harry Anderson sang a song written by himself, "We've Got a Border." and made a bit. Billy Anderson soup "Cotton Pickin' , Th^re is only one medicine Time in Alabama," Miss Mae Allen j re ally stands out pre-eminimt sang "Southern Girls." She has a medicine for curabiii ailments of the j Ohio rail-1 Kesululions Adopted lit (lie Koet'nt w h i c h ! Cuiii'ercuce IVitli Aiiiniiilstnitor direct 1 · fiarfiRlil in lYiutltingUui. Ai the final conference of the state ! fuc] administrators from all states ! ea;". of the llississiopi river, held In ! Washington last woek, tho following ' resolution was udoptfcd and presented ' ml Thentros. .PARIS, April IS.--Air raid conditions have .suggested tlin f o u n d i n g of underground ihcatros in Paris, a]id t w o siK-h amusement, plucks soon \vil'. bo apencd. Oci; oil Uicrn. calkd "Ahri" lsbej!t:-r). is located u n d e r a six-story building on l h r.oulrvarcl. w h i c h has iif!:i ofl'iciaJly (.-Insert as a syfc re'.i'e:! 1 . From bnmiiai'rinH'iu. Road our advertisements. ATTMWTQ!"* 0 Attai;listr:llor Virtleld: AlLlflLlllp! "Whereas that duo to th, way about her that pleases. The show kidneys, liver and bladder. show has a brand new idea for a j rjr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands ihe present : j over-burdened condition of our rail- t h a t ' roa '' S( un ^ css effective measures of re- , j lief are at once taken, the supply of j coal for iho coal year bospniiins I April 1, 1D1S, will frill srrtously s h o r t ; j of fie noeds of thu conn 11*3*; "Whereas ll:ut i n UK- crisis r«K an AND OLD S«S I Guarantee My Ointment, Says Peterson, Stops It clung Instantly \ vidual:-. »nd evening. its mild and immediate effect is soon realized in most cases. It Is a gentle, THEATRE. healing vegetable compound. Start treatment at once. So'd at all "ANiN"S FINISH."--A Mutual drama 1 Arug stores in borJes of two sixes, featuring Margarita Fischer, involves ! m ed!um and large. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation se^nd ten cents j """'^ to Dr. Kilmer Co., Binghamton, X. j fft £"" Y., for a sample 'boule. When writing j be sure and mention the Councils- i . . . . . . , . ue suic AUU M uu , T h e consorv:i tioi; division cxphunod Ana Andersen's adventures in a finishing school, whene she has been senr in the hope that rhe will eliminate a certain tendency to wild-nes, jut Ann is bound to play her string out and she proceeds to make matters interesting f o r - t h e entire establishment. "The Son of Democracy," a series ot Ine Life of lineoln, will be shown, featuring Bcnjarnin Chaprtn, Friday and Saturday Lina Cavalieri, CLEAR YOUR SKIN =WITH= CUTI and Cndcnrft Ointment. The So«p to clean»e and purify the. pores, the Ointment to soothe and heal little skin troubles. Nothing better. ' Sample Eacb Free by Mall AddnM po-t^rf: TC«f*«r*. ».»%. tf/fcrtwC*. -:W-- .. . SoU #MVwber«. OIL!! u p o n all i n - ' ;md cfnnm 11:11- . iie; ; ui..-- . ',:;:· ':!· ;n intior.if am! support s ii i; U lid . (.'-f l'n c ir- \ i - r :i :u c- n [ ;i s may bo iu:L'flt-i! '- clout- ;ti*.- r.iihvay iracks of '.he I'nit-cii P:ai":i of any unimpOTtunt: or u;un i cc-spury t r a f f i c ! congesu'np: our raHivtiy.^ and inU-r- ; with the pro.H'ciiLio:: of tlic war." "If yr»n arp r«^ponpi!)lr for tli" hc-filtti of i t-nur family," SJJ.VH Ivf-noii. "t ^vant y n s i j tr ppt a inrs" 3U ceut box. o" Peterson's \ Ointment to-dar. iprnl-r.-r. I dtaml Lark ot orery boi. . i c a n V i l o nil' 1 .-Inlhi. "I friiarnm.f It for f*y.**ma, old aorrn. runnlEG $('·?. salt rin'ttru, ulfflrtf, sore, nipples. Iiroti,--ii hivas'l.".. i t c l i l n p HltSu. ;ii:n- MacJiJicaih--. s k i n tllscascs, blind. K ami it him: (lilfs us well a.t for burns, scal'In. n a-, hniisi's and Huahnrn." ! "I liu-J r-0 r J M i l n p r stiri"* on my l-y for · 31 -t*rs. M-U-: i - i thrcu liiHi-ri-nt h o x p i M l u . - We have made a start on the long hard road to Victory. Our men are fighting at the front in France. Our American industries have accomplished prodigious results in building up a war machine to furnish munitions and supplies. But we have only begun. We must do mere and more. This is not a w;ir of armies but of nations in which every citizen must do his part. Every worker in our industries is truly fighting in this war. Every man, woman and child who gives of substance and savings is adding to the national power. The foundation of all our vast war-making machine is the Liberty Loan. Money is needed to build more and more ships; to furnish food and guns and powder and transport and airplanes; to raise and equip new armies. · We must oversubscribe this Third Liberty Loan and do it quickly. We must show the courage that is in us. We must snow a cheerful willingness to make sacrifices for our boys in the trenches. ville Daily Courier.--Adv. SUGAR ARRIVES Cargo of J,000,000 Tonnds From Cuba Reaches Atlantic Fort, By Associated Press. AN ATLANTIC PORT. April IS -Nearly 4,000,000 pounds of sugar, said to he a record cargo from Cuba, arrived here yesterday in the hold of an American steamship. The vessel's captain said groat qnaacities of sugar are at Cuban ports awaiting cargo space and it is understood here that some of the Dutch Teasels recently requisitioned by the government will be used for its transportation. LIBERTY LOAN HONOR FLAG to :.hf! state administrators its plans Cor a campaign, which include a scientific inspection or all boiH-r plant.-' of industrial cortceru.'; ami an iMiucu- tional campaign for the saving of coal in ihc home, together with a greater use of riubstiliues for coa!.' CARRIER EXAMINATION Will lie Held Hero May 11 to 1'osijioil uf Duivsnti. The United States Civii Service commission lui.s ;u:nomn:od an exain- inr.t'ou to be iu-kl ia ConueH^villo on .May 11 to iill tiie po.sii.iim of rural mail carrier out of Dawson. Jurin£ the continuance of the present war the commission will, in accordance with the request of the Post Office Department, admit women to rural carrier e.Taniinatiotis ujwn the same conditions as men. LETS WIN ONE FOR CONNELLSVIULE Fi. B. n, t Uie liquid wuih, UM tx%croo ·. lionaihaja vr-orU. It hu/prottxi Itsctf a remirk,ai)l? rcnmdx. If you are a jra f- fcrcr from skin JU«u*ai, incluiltn* ut- $cn, ptmp ka, ecaktt, Cfusi* JT Kczetua. in Bay-form, this remedy tr-ilk not disappoint you. It b^ft stood the test and to^ay is tho master- f.rcjxwatioo fa; all IB diseases. Tr' D. ix rx today. ^Ve 35C, COc-ttnd$LQO, J. C. Moore. \Vater St., Connellsvllle, Pa. tri'-«t. I v.-.^s t-iirrd by . . '. E. Ilool. -8 Kt_, Buffalo, N. if. I'udi-r Xen" .1lunai;cment. (FLAG COUPON) HOW YOi: CAX GKT A S P L K X I H W FLAK FOH LITTLE tfO.VEY. A Clean Cui:-t Place for Your ily lo AH thai is npcespary for you in do is 10 clip the coupons and bring or send them to The Duily Courif-r ufficu with $1.49 and tbe b e a u t i f u l Flag is yours. Description-- The Hap is S fc-oi iong by 5 foel wide: rainproof and sunproof American br.ntin^ -- a'.ifolmelr f-olors. Stripes se-wed. double ^litcbcri. JIa? r^rni;^ cynvus 3)csdj;t 4 uiiJ jn'jia] jtrrornrnents, This i:\'" Toot Flaj? fur t (,'ctipuns ui' dm sen; t h e Uales and $1.10 Cash. : -- If ordered by Mai! add 30c fo;- pucking and postage. Let Us Know "\Vhat You Want aud How You M'aat It. -- o -- · GOOD SBR.V1CE. -- o -.Mrs. r. .1. Armstrcinc. Prop. CUP THIS FLAG COITOX TODAY ! and, wiih required ca^h for Flag sond in Flag Department THE DAILY COURIER 120 1-2 IV. Craivfonl Avc-, CO.VXEI.I.SVIM.E, PA. Name ivrni Ac fITTKI) CI.ASSIiS. A. L.Tucker, Oph. D OPTOmiTKIST. 11)5 Soiilh P i t t . s b u r K Anything, Have Anything for Sale or Rent, Try Our Classified Ads at One Cent a Word. They Bring Results. EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE AT HOME. Strictly Fresh, Clean and Pure. ASK'FOR DUE SPECIAL CLtfB BREAPAST AND SUNDAY DINNER, "Our Pastries Arc Delicious Because They Arc Hoir.emade." NEXT DOOR'TO WEST PEN.N WAITING ROOM. PETET BIX IT-- Qh^elVIt's T'or a Grand Cause B.v C. A. V01QHT N ) BOMUS Moo CAM AFFORD-- 'OM CCWe ; |JOW ) -- \ HOO«MT '---N. \ HAD TUe RECORD IN MY \ DISTRICT Fp. S E L L I W C LreetSTV ) OWCLE PeTsV-- BUT Miss / £5-00.^2. AV-IFAP. J*=^^^ UUCLE PETV HuwDFlEt

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