The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 19, 1918 · Page 8
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April 19, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGtf ElGJuT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA FRIDAY, APRtti:-I9,-I9I8r.. SOISSON Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April - ' · ' · · · · · I · i . . i ' . » . ' . · ' i ' . . i,2324 \ Coming fresh from a remarkable engagement at the Cohan Theatre; New York; where it was the supreme iJBotodrariiafic -sensation 'of the year, we are to see "Redemption," with Evelyn Netbit and her «on, Russell Thaw. In this, her screen debut, Miss Nesbit became a star over night. Broadway went wild over "Redemption." It was a profound sensation, winning instantly by mqwrb photoplay, the thrill and tense interest of its narrative,, the great mother-love displayed by the heroine. Miss Nesbit's truly wonderful emotional powers, the excellent cast and fine stage direction by Julius Steger and Joseph A. Golden, nothing just like it ever had been seen before and Broadway enthustically welcomed the novelty. Special music for this show whichi starts at 2 o'clock each day and runs continuous until 10.45 P. M. , , ' . . " ' . . Prices, Afternoon, lOc and 20c; Night, 15c and 25c. Don't Miss This Big Show '4f I I i \W: A4 ?3£J.;:---nre W- fr Jfe. iif. i '·p.. "WELDS. OP HONOR," a GoldTrrn ' attraction, in irhlch Mae Marsh', the , celebrated screen star, known as the Cirl with a thousand feces, is being ; .shown todar. "Fields of Honor" is a . *«···..rental of the popular star/ ot i tb» same name fbat appeared to tie aal«rd»]r Evening Poet- It details :U» hirtoxy of Mule Meeerean. - a . little French: Ctrl, who arriYea in America . seeking better tMnj*, on!j- to find for, A time that everything seem* 'to' be ,,*ij»inst..ter.. ,Hrat.. tor. brother ix called back to .tit* oolore of his natire . land. Then her' iliter i* taken, Tio- l«tlr ill and the doctor-orden. tlixt ai« b« »«t to tit Mmntry, which the alrader re»oaree«\ot Iferie cannot afford. When «l» thiidu she has found Itappineso in the arm* of Robert Vor- hta. the ma of a vealthr juds». who ]M» fallen in. lore with her, a friend ot Robert, whose atmnees at*·%» ·Burned, takes remge \tv ..-.teHinjg- Robert'! parents that she i* a fallen ..wornM.. Of cour» she is not that, bnt -aiior '.scant knowledge of English and of American ways is against her. Thereupon Roben yields to the urging ot'lis parents that, De go to Cattfoniia. lor a few weeks to fay and forget ler. Th* outcome" of 'this situation is one · ; «f the" most' thrilling parts of the play. The picture is replete with historic scenes, though the tragedy-': at Sarajero is perhaps the beat appreciated beoana* of it* slgnlfleance in con- nection wlti the liroi'ld war.. Miss Marsh avails lersell of every opportunity^to prove her right to'the title, "The Bernhardt ot the'Screen!? She is.ji.bly supDorted.br George Cooper, Vernon Steele arid other screen stars :ci' prominence."T : THE S01SSOX. "HBDBMPTION:''--Bvelyn rNesbitt Thaw and her son Russell Thaw appear in ,'Hedemption" at the Solsson theatre April'22, 23^ .and 24. Convincing proof of the tremendous im- pressioii created-'by -this -latest photoplay lies in 'the fact- 'tnat it packed the Cohan £eatre. New York, to the doors r for' : weeks;- 'No play produced in years has.met with : sucli universal acclaim' as marks "Redemption^" There was. not a .single .dissenter among the critics of~ the' daily., papers. The story is based on'the former life of Evtlyn'.'Nesbit, --'yet :is. distinctay away lrom-tt; and it iB.wprked ont so beantifolly-that one would hardly realise it is her life. Her little son, Russell Thaw, and-her htfsband,.. Jack CllBprdi'.are brou^hWnto.tfe picture. ·-Rusiseil;Thaw Is-^stlprecoeious,youth who has an especial appeal to women. and. Jack Clifford does a modern dance with Miss Nesbit with excellent, effect. Evelyn Nesbit has always been considered a beautiful woman, and those seeing, her on the .screen. will agree, with the verdict. Clear, photography,'beautiful settings and »n excellent supporting:cast, due to the skill of Julius Steger, and his associate director, Joseph^ A. Golden, make ' 1 Reomptipn',V-the great: picture that it is. " " ' ' . , " ' . : ' SOISSON THEATRE TREMAINE7S MUSICAL REVUE 10-- PEOPLE-- 1« , Singing and I»»neimg Chorus : »-- PBETTT 6IB1S-- 5 IHIJBSDAT, FBIDAY AJSD SATUKDAY ,, , ' A MlUtarr Comedy "Oft TO THETBONT 1 *; Or -"Troubles of The Sew Recruit'' , ; A La«irh From Sl«rt to Finish. ' . ' · ' · . - ' Also Following Trader lite Specialties '-',,:· ' ' ' " ' ' Br*s» Trio-- Saxophone Trio. EcccHtrie Tramp Comeifaa-- The Maa with the Toice. ·*, . 3IB. LA SfONT LEWIS Blmelt-fM* Comedian. . ; . · ' · ' ' - ; · . ; THE .""THE ETHRNAL TEMPTRESS.''-Lina Cavaileri, renowned prlma don- na and famed'as a beauty,;lias at last rejoined the-ranks of-aim actresses and her first ·· production, .^inade Jor Paramount fonder .the direction;.of Emile Chautard will:be shown at the Orpheum theatre today and tomorrow. The story deals with beautiful. Cprdelia Saiiiio (Cavalieri), at the opening of .the story a widow and princess living in modern. Venice apd Play-ing with' the affections of men as a cat plays idly -with its Tic.Ums. .One of her most fervent lovers was young Harry... AJUirop, son. of. a distinguished American diplomat. !.' EXPLAINS BOW ENLARGED ; VE1S CAN'BE REDUCED -- Tines Telng Bnrst and Cause Much Suffering, .Expense and loss.of Employment. Many people .have boeome' dcspotut- .eriVbixswiBe tliy-liavo been led to bc- lleve .Uiei;e Is no remedy fctiidt''.wtll reduce swollcn'veins'aTicl hunches. ; - r -If you-will gret a two-ou.nce orig^nfti bottle of M^mi/s .Emerald Oil-;(f.Mll, strength) a/t any" ftrat class drug .store I aixl apply Jt at home as directed you · will quickly THJtice an improvement wMcn, will continue until tihe .velne and bunches are reduced to normal". Emerald OU IB.very concentrated and .avbottle lajrts a -ionir.-tlme--that's-why UJa a moet inexpensive ;trealaneril. 'It 'has brought mudn comfort to VorHed people all over the Country and Is one i o-f the wonderful -'dlaooverles" of recent.! years, and' always bear .'in - mind^that i anyone .who. Is D-jsappointcd' with. Jt6 .use can ha.ve their money refunded. Tbe 'ConneIl»vtlle-Eni^Store ; can aup-'- ply youi--Adv.' -. : ·.... . . . .... * PARAMOUNT JHEATRE --TOIUX'AXD '1'OJIOUKOW-- RALPH INGE PRESENTS MAB MARSH IN » * "FIELDS OF HONOR" ;.·'... GOLDWYN PRODUCTION IN 8 ACTS. ALSO A RIP ROARING COMEDY. -- COMDTG-- ' MABETL NORMAND IN PATRONIZE THOSE WHO ADVERTISE! DODGING A MILLION" Coal to Brazil. ' All/of the. coal· imported at.Rio do Janeiro, in : Ieceidber;.last; Sl,676j tons,. came from the.United States. Classified Advertisements Bring ifesults. Cost, only 1c a ; . word. ORPHEUS THEATRE TODAY ANT) TOMOBBOiV LINA .CAVALIEKI IN TEatPTHESS". "" ; : :i "A 'poTverfuI,', emotional "story, 'reinforced" br the"ElorIous besuty," ' ' the. vibrant personality, and the gripping art of tliis .world famous . prima don^na. - . . ' . . .. --MONDAY-- . JACK PICiCFbRD IN "THE SPIRIT OF '17'.' LAST WEEK OF THE ARCADE Under the:Management.oI Trimble Tuerffs. s Big 16c Vlatinee Daily! at 2:30. Evening . Clean,. . Progress!ve- Amusement, for;the ·· : -; ' Whole" '*.'· Family. THE CHICKEE CHOO SHOW In th6 Musical Farce: "THE NEW LANDLORD" Oti the Screeri-^"V r ENGEANGE AND THE THE H \EMOITS BTJGS MAE ALLEN Champion. Buck ; "«Dancer; IRVING LEWIS UTE It is the right time now 7 .£0 be ':doing7ycrar spring shopping. We are .afoaost safe m guaraa- teejng good weather, and every/woman is safe in.'making her spring';. ; plans and.doing her spring^ buying- every niiimte., counts 'now. Please, re-. member that there,is-going to be a scarcity"-o{...goods. ..There is a great scarcity now-'of popular lines of material, for women, misses, and children,'and they are getting scarcer every, day Many staple lines we can not duplicate now and we repeat again--every minute -counts. If you -want to-.be-sure of getting goods and sure of get- .ting what you want, buy now, for after while it will not be a. question, of wiat you want but a. -Matter, of what, you can get;';There will Wno '.choice lines--you will ha"v.e:tb:take what you can .get.- 1 Conditions^are growing w6rse daily -prices are-getting higher daily,· goods.are getting scar- ' ' cer daily, but people.fa.il.to realize just now serious the situation is. If you can- jnake' : your pld;elothes do over this summer and "feel that your ..fall outfit is pretty good, you should not buy -any. .clothing at-all--invest your -monly in -Lib' -'Brty Bonds., The Government needs it. * "63" Large Department Stores, Located in Fa-yette, Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties.

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