The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 20, 1918 · Page 8
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April 20, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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THE DAILT COURIERS CQNNEIJLSyiLLB; PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 20, .1918. lo4 b Set Apart By We In- -terutional Sad»j School ENROlilNG THE YOUNG ' Object-of the to Be Nation, wide; Pas- -·'tors-Asked to breach ea Subject; for Week is Arranged. ^ International Sunday School asMMiatipn .has' set tbe week of May 'jStp;is."as Children's 'Week. Sunday. U aad communities all over the h American continent are prepar- to observe this week with special 'lew," and in the visitation, of the "of. .'the children. Tna Fayette JCounty Sunday School association is " the^'movement,' and quite a r of Sunday schools in this ity~~wll observe the werli' . ·-Tae purpose of the week is to "bring attention of the community to the ·portahee'and necessity of religious lor-young children; to visit noo« of the community, making ·'.of. social and religious: con,, securing the co-operation the home with tile teachers of the , .r school; to enroll the babies of Jtb» CracUe Roll and the children in department of tke Sunday school rWea they should belong; to se- .-'·- ; etter · equipment, grading, · lessons and more trained to meet the'needs ol the chll- '· As far. as possible it is recommended it thi» week be observed as a com- r'-affair. Local school leaders , .deed to call their helpers ten s »-Ji*r in plenty ot time to make full firranaenients for the work, that is to '" done during this week, and every jails? school that observes any part [ tk«-ffoiram is asked so to report £io tk* county association. |S; The "program for "tie "weak as sug- partecl' by the International Sunday W»ol-association is as .follows: Suaday.--Brery pastor asked to eo- groMrste by preaching a sermon on feThi Christian Nurture and Education f«C "CMldirsn," or a similar topic; ele- ry'workers meet for pray«r for airecdon"ot work. IjMbnday.--iBlementary workers and i meat-and receive instructions ·IBJ week's program, and list of homes Sbviwj visited, assigned to each visitor, ,laai.literature and the invitations for ie ;imeet}nss to be held during the ^Tuesday.--Visitation of liomes. EJC- in purpose ot children's week. Ex- ; invitations for week's meetings, any W children for elementary classes in the Sunday schooL ' cooperation in the work of the jttrch, and "the Sunday school. ^Wednesday.--Visitation cotinued, if completed : on Tuesday. Reports I- and given to local school rrs. Suggestions for reports foi- '1. ;Give" number of homes visited. 'Give number of new members en' »Eed in Cradle Roll, beginners, prl- :'and.junior classes.; Give names any homes' where "pastor should it; or where churcn can give any 'ip*clal -help. In the evening each liirch ;kold a parents' prayer meet- ji special message given by pastor. Thursday.--The Sunday school hold LcWMren's party with well planned is*, storie*, songs f anl light re- :ents .served." - ·" . ' '.JWday-T-CoTiununity mags · meeting ats and. teachers. Select %a«ak*n who will present clearly the iation of church and community in __.jn» education, of Uie children- ielr needs and how to "meet them. Saturday.--Final" report and prep- ti»B lor-Sunday. . . . ' Snaday.--aSeport given at morning e'.ot thV.week's actiiities.' Past-state needaj of. children and-solicit gco6*ration in meeting these meeds. l' Sunday school receive and recog- i'ifcfc n«w members. ndi Is a very good detailed program r' : tiie week's work. .Any Sunday Ifichool could do this, and every Siin- ·/sehopl should carry out this pro- It will mean much to the chil- rof your community, and will help l.vp. your Sunday school and i it better and more efficient THE PARAMOUNT. OF HONOR/'--Goldwyn's which Mae Marsh, who is to have more moods focjhoto- Never Such a )Y FOR PEES jraphic purposes, than all tour Triads, is. seen in tie leading role, is being shovrnVtoday: V'VFields. of. Honor," a. screen version of 'the Saturday Evening P.ost - story of Ithe same narae, by the celebrated American writer, Irviri S. Cohb, is a vital story of a grim situation, created- W the present war here in America. ' Only .the distant rumblings of the European battlefields are heard in the 'action,, but theatre-' mendousrgrip.it ias on. individual; lives this side of the T/ater is shown.; ·srith relentless truth'. ''". . "Fields of Honor" dktails . the. story of a little' French girl,. who arrives in America; seeking 'better things, .only to find 'for a "time that everything'seems against ier. In. .the prodncUon Miss Marsh's mother makes her debut in moving pictures, while Veraon Steele, ; who played as leading mail for Billie Qurko in "Love Watches," is seen as the leading man. .Though far from i deing a war picture, several events- dealtng with the great conflict abroad are necessary for the unfolding of the/ appealing story, which affords wide" scope for the chameleon personality. of Mae ararsh, known-as Ihe girl with.- a. thousand faces. A selected comedy; Is included. Monday, Etally Stevens, supported by Henry Koelier,.wlll be: seen hi "The. Shell G*nie." Thurs^ day, Ethel Clty'ton will be ieatared in -The Witch Woman." ORPHETC31 THEATRE. ·TOTE! ETKERMAli TEMPTRESS."-A Paramount plcturel featuring the" beautiful .actress, .lina .Cavalleri.--"'l£ is: a story 'of: live 'and .intrigue and of; a" gripping'* international situation savedliyia woman's wiles. Monday, Jack Pickford is featured rn the Paramount drama, "The Spirit of '17." It deals with the labor agitations that are now causing so much trouble throughout our country. "The Spirit of 17"' has its local* in the copper mining district, near which is situated an- old soldiers' home. Trouble, is caused in the town as a result of the" wori of German agents, and young. Davy Gllddeas conceives the novel idea.of mobilizing the forces of the Old Soldiers' Home to defend the: town until the regular troops can be summoned. -THE ABCADJ5. The Chickee Chop Show today will, give its final performance'- at the Arcade of "Too MncVWIfe." It is. a.' rery laughable farce and has extreme^ ly funny situation^. The show is good throughout, the songs and-costumes being bright and new. The comedy is of tie rapid^flre kind and there is a laugh every minute. The picture is a Foi comedy. Monday and Tuesday the Arcade will run the famous picture of the west, "The Eagle's :NesL" This., is. called the great American picture because it depicts" histoical' scenes ."in "the'pioneer day^s of the plains, and one of the scenes is a reproduction of General Ouster's Last Fight. Card of Thank*. Elijah Lyons and children of near Gilmore's school house, wish to thank their many, friends for-their kindness and sympathy extended to them on the death'- of their wife and mother. Especially do they desire Ho think the singers and those who sent floral tributes.--Adv. '· It torn Are H«ntta^ Bargain Read the adrertiseing columns of The Daily Courier. You will find the*. Bny a Liberty Bond and get your dollars into uniform. . : |;\tt : will cost any sufferer 30 cents to BroVe that 'bleeding, .itching .or.p.ro- , EnidJng piles, no matter how chronic [ Srjho-w painful, can quickly be helped. : 1-Jfio to I^nghrey Drug Co., Con-' aeilsville, or Broadway Drug Co., Tcpttdale, hand them a iruarter, say liwant a jar ot San Ciira Ointment," ndj.if you aren't satisfied--your ney back. It Yes, and more; .try San Cura Oin't- B«nt for old sores that people say will " heal, for fever sores, for itch- eczema, tetter, salt.rheum, hands, face or. lips, for. ul- .' carbuncles, boils, -sore nipples I'broken breasts. ' .t. draws out poison; Uiat's the ^se- pt "of "the wonderful success of San- Ointment; that's why it so · heals scalds, bums, cuts and It's the best to use San Cura ip at all tmtes; it is a great aid in " "ling: pimples, blackhads and the t,.o£ disease* 25 cents. Thomp- t'Co.; ,Titusviile, Pa,--Advi PARAMOUNT THEATRE Program For Next-·' Week ;· MONDAY ' Is Virtne Cleverer Than Vice? See . "THE SHELL GAME" . A 5 Act Drama of Love', Romance and Confidence, Starring. Delightful EMMY WEHLEN. . . Also a Keystone" : Comedy. ;l TUESDAY ~~~~-. Triangle Presents ' · : "MTTtE BED I|ECn»ESr A Drama in 5 Acts with an All-Star Cast Also a Triangle Comedy. WEDNESDAY Bluebird Presents ' Charming CARMEL MYHRS\and.HEX DE HOSELiir in «THE I\TSTE enst": ; ; . - . A 5 Act Drama.. :" ' : , Also an L Ko Comedy in 2. Acts, THHKSDAY "World Presents ETHEL .CLAYTON in the Extremely In- ··· tereting'Drama" ' ' "THE WITCH WOMAJF? A*Story oJ How a Beautiful Girl; Becomes Known.aa a:"Wltch Also .Current-'Erents.}'. ; . ·.,! . . . Metro Presents^the Screen-Sar- orites P. X. 'BUSHMAN and : : BEVERLY BAYNE in-' ' "BBASS CHECKS" Jf Feature' in ; "5 Acts.'··· Also Keystone"' Comedy: : ^ SATUBDAY : s ; ; Goldwyn: Presents Eei»:Beach's. - . . Greatest-Story;" '··'"':··'· "THE AUCTHMT KLOCK*, Tlie life of .a'mlllton girls in" America's small · towns ' and Urge cities, featuring Rubye de" Hemer in 7 Acts. ^ ' :' A Good Christie Cori«ly.. --COMING-.MABEL NORMARD IN · "DODGING. A MILLION" RALPH INGE PRESENTS MAE MABSH IN "FIELDS OF HONOR" GOLD"WYN PRODTJCTION IN 8 ACTS, · -ALSO A RIP ROARING COMEDY: . " " · ' " ' " "IS 'VIRTD'B CLEVERER THAN TICE? : SEE ' .*·" /THE SHELL GAME" A 5 ACT .DRAMA OF. LOVE "AND ROMANCE AND CONFIDENCE, : STARRING DELIGHTFUL EMMY WEHLEN. · - ' ALSO A-KEYSTONE COMEDY. to Your Friends in the Service - Nothing, is "more appreciated bjr an Army or Navy man than a box. of candy. There isn't any better, than Whitmari's, so why not include some in the next box you send to training camp or overseas? WeHave It Iri All Size Package*. Collins' Drug Store - South Pittsburg Street. S01SSON THEATRE TOEMAINE'S MUSICAL REVUE ' ' ' ' ' ' Singing and Dancing Chorus 5-- PKETTT GIBLSt-ro -THUBSDATf FBIDAY AST) SATURBAT Or "Troubles of The KewBecrnlt. 1 ' " '·· . A Ijiugh From Start to Finish. Also Following: YandCTflle Specialties ' ".-_,; . ..' Brmss Trio-- Saxophone Trio. ·'' -··;.! ," ', ~ '·.#;" "..3CB. GEORGE^MABTDf . ' · ; . 'Eccentric Tramp Comedian -- :The Man with the Toiee. -·:'·','·' '': Mai LA MONT LEWIS - . ' . . . - ' , : ' . . · , · · " · . · · Blaek-fcee Comedian.. . 5-- SDfGDfe AND DANCIIfG 'X5ADEN from tfuis CASE Goto yo«r dealer: «r d»ler to-ky u »a^,. r ·nd.select your. Pakro your gvden. thi» year b goiag to b« « Itctar in -^--= fr thM war. AB tie food possible must be ibroid'to our boirs "or»er there"--to the , Right nov the-oiost important thing tkst you can do is to get yov war garden untier-my. To dekyis to neglect. Andyourgsrden tkis yesr : mutt'be plsnied so that'there : i« no giiess -work . sfcout results. 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ConnBUsvlJle:--' :Centrar'rj r ue;' : .: 'Store,'..Central .Sapply^C^.. .Clunbar Supply: ipo..-.punbar. ;.;', . - -V .' . Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You Spend--Save Them. We're In It--So Lef s Win It If, instead of iieing comfortable at home you were "over there" in the trenches, -what would you think of the man wh'o refused to buy a LIB. ERTT BOND? . . / · Thousands of American soldiers at the front today must woader whether it is possible for such · a person. to exist as a man who" does not' buy LIBERTY BONDS to provide the government with the money needed to furnish- tile necessary supplies. Don't take any chances. Don't run any risk of being left out. Do your duty eo that whatever happens in the future you. can look everyone straight in the face and say "I did my share." . ·· ... : · / (·-:··· Buy UBERTY BONDS Today In All Sizes for Houses and Public, Buildings ft. fast color Flags with printed stars and stripes, 51.25. ..... ' --Fart' color Flags with convas heading and gronrmets, printed 'stars, sewed stripes, and double Btltcked It. at »3J)0; 5x8 ft. · at 6x10 ft. at W.OO. -- Fiat color Flags -with sewed stars and stripes, double stitched seams, canvas heading and grommets, -- 5x8 ft. at $7.00; 6i9 ft at Jg.OO, and 58,50; 6x12 ft at 110.' ' -- Uni«n "Wool Bunting,-- 5x8 ft, tS.OO; e\3 It. at $10.00. at SPECIAL! 'Women's pu^e thread silk hose, : lisle tojs, double lisle soles, black and "white, sizes 8% to 10. Regular at $1.75 pair. . .. . . $1.35 the Pair-- 3 Pairs $4.00 Women's Washable Gloves at $2.00 the Pair Washable Capeskin Gloves in tan, grey, or pearl white, pique sewn and 1-olasp-fastening. Exceptional for the price. SPECIAL! 60 hea%-y qulaity WHITE "WASH CLOTHS--Special at fie each. DRESSES for Little Misses of 2 to 6 Their frocks should be simple, dainty, easy to launder and not too costly; .of well wearing materials witlkstrongly sewn seams and buttons. All tliese are found here in dainty little models of gingham, poplin, repp and chambray--moderately priced at 75c to $6.50.. ' and for Their Sisters of 6 to 14 Styles much similar to th'ose for younger girls but just ·a wee bit more elaborate -and in Materials of slightly finer quality. Dozens of new models here in gingham, repp, chambray and embroidered pique, at $1.25 to $12.50. Children's Bungalow Aprons Comfortable, serviceable styles in striped and barred gingnam, belted, short sleeves and low "neck. All sizes 4- to 14 years, and excellent" values at 69c. Children's Rompers and Creepers The rompers come in choice of pink or blui; chambray--solid colors or checks. Also striped and checked gingham. All sizes 2 to 6 years. The creepers come in all sizes 6 months to 2 years and in plain colors and white. Prices for both range 6 9 c t o $1.25. · · - · - . SPECIAL! Women's Cover-All Aprons in plain colors and plaids, newest models,'well madej sizes 38 to 50. Regular $1.50, $1.7§:and : $2.0Q values, SPECIAL AT SPECIAL! 500 yards 36-inflh' Printed Voiles in choice of floral, stripe," plaid and check effects.. Our regular 35c"grade. Most unusual at only 25c yard!, WEEK LAST ARCADE -·: Under the Management of Trimble Tuerffs. .r. Big 15c f ·Matinee 'Daily..' ·at 2:30. :.; Bveiaing. . ·: .'Shows.at ·']' :7: : 30-and.9:i5i Clean, Progressive Amusement for the . ' Whole : Family. FEATUEI5G. - THEIHABMONT BTJGS THE CHICKEE CHOO SHOW MAE ALLEN Champion Buck Dancer IRVING LEWIS . . . " ; In tie Mnsical Farce ^ «TCK MUCH WIFE? 1 -On the J5cree"S-i-'.'."^ENGBANCE AMI. ^'.HE MOVE BY AUTOTRUCKS BOTHPHOHES OPPMAN'STRANSFER opposrre POST OFFICE ORPHEUM THEATRE TODAY UNA CAVALlERI IN "THE UTEKITAI .TEMPTBESS" Alsr a Good Comedy. ---MONDAY- JACK PICKFOHD IN "T33S SriEIT OF '17' »

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