The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 1, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 1, 1918
Page 6
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IDf ,,^ At. 4 THE DAILY COURIER, 1 -CONTJELtSYIli,E; : PA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1915. is', fr K." "FAST COM3^S1Y"--A five-part Bluebird attraction, -featuring PranX- * lya Parnuro, is being shown today. Stawrence Percival Van Hnyler has __|fexeiQped into a mollycoddle as ttie 'ifsult.ot his bringing up, although, he protested· strongly to-, -Ms parents -against - the method. He is engaged r/fi~jtUce"-.'$ahaerTelt, -wio finally leaves S^S^ 0 *' i * e TM°re.manly Ricliard Bar- '-Baijv wio -tells Ser of his ssplora- , tlons and travels in foreign lands.. In ' fle mias of an old building Fercival fld» a" confession from tins founder 6{ the Van Huyler fortunes seating Jiat he.-the founder, -sras not a Dutch patroa, that nis real names was Pat- lick John O'Malley, that he was born la Ireland, and that ne had made.his money through practical acti.vl-.ieg. . Perdvat is delighted" to learn that he -Is an irishman, and starts on. a round · ' °* Jnn ^^ lan(ls ^ lim in fc" 1 ' 1A " ne!1 ke is released he expose? Bamaby, --after-discovering the volume from which he extracted all his discoveries ana exploits, and eventually wins back · ,, Alicia. IPictures of the Liberty Loan Parade Trill also be shown. Thursday, "The Cross Bearer," a live-part · Tforld attraction, in which Montague Love appears in the mon effective characterization in. which he has yet been seen, is' featured in :he leading . role. Friday and Saturday, Mabel Hormand will be seen in "Dodging a ' Million," a Goldwyn attraction. . ARCADE TiLEATBE. finish it is one that is the acme of musical tabloid and one looks for a long time before it can be bc-at. The company presents a new bill today and another on. Friday. There will be j another chapter of "Vengeance and the "Woman" today. ORTHECT TKEATBE. : "THE-DEVtL'S 'WHEEL"--A thrilling William Fox drama, features the 'emotional actress, Gladys Brocterell. Miss BrodnveU portrays a girl of noblo birth, sweet tempered and well bred, and then a girl of the Apache underworld. It is the story of her fight for her father's system to win at roulette. The scheme is stolen. In tlie fight for possession of it Hiss Broekwi'll is,- rerctered unconscious. She ivakes up in an Apache den, having no knowledge of her previous iift-. She becomes so vicious t h a t she is known as the "vrildcat." An operation restores her, but leaves her Apache life a blank. Tomorrow, bewitching Mary Miles Miuter is featured la "A Bi: of Jade." The Zarrow American Girl company at the Arcade theatre last night surely held up fo its reputation as classy entertainers. Raymond Lewis in bis blackface comedy held the house in roars of .Istugiuer. -Miss I'auiine Glenmarr in her, acrobatic discing has a 'novelty that is new to Connellsvillc theatregoers. Miss Elsie Zieler put ·' over a number of songs and held the house. Charles .ilarkert. jate of Al G. Fields minstrels, is a woadcrful straights man, and all his numbers are brand, new, and he knows how to put over a number in the right way. Fred aaff-. Eve Hurley- are somewhat different and pleaded evrry one. Hurley's dope part was a scream. The company carries all special scenery and the. wardrobe is up-to the minute. Taking the whole show from start to | PARTY AT^BUENA VISTA i 3[r. and lfj-s. John Poirden Enter- j tain in Honor of Tlicir Son. ; Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Dov.-den gave a | very enjoyable surprise party at their, ·homo Saturday evening at Biiena j Vista in honor of their son Earl. The | evening was spent .in plarir.g games | and music. Dainty refreshments-were j served bj- the hostess. Those present, j were: Miss Leona l^ynu. Isaac Lynn, \ Anna Mulac, Camilla Baker, Carrie j Arisen, all of Vanderbllt; Charles illyder. M i l l Run: Edytli Johnston, I Esther Johnston, Frances Dunn, Olfre I Jordan, Marie Smith, Theima Scese, · Opal Dunn, Anna Grace McBurney, ; Hazel Lewin, ^ta^tha Gallagher. Bess ; Krepps. .-Nfessrs. George Johnston, i.VilJard Seese, Earl Dunn, Garret_ ; Seese, George Seese, J. S. . J^repps," i Earl Dowden, · all of Buena Vista; JOtis .Rihcnhou-ie, FranKlin Kent Rus; sell, Star Junction; Harold Shaffer. I Juniata; -Caroline Bamhart, Elsie j Woodward, Russell Woodward, H. L.. i I.owe, .Mr. arci Mrs. E. L. Hydor and j baby Dale, all of Sunnyside. Dunbar; | .Mr. and Mr=. V.'ii!iara Stewart, Unlon- i.towz; Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Dowden i and Mrs. Lane of Buena Vista. ITCHING IRRITATION ' EASILY CURED Vv'ijcr. you suffer with any r sfein; l trou- j i)!e, even though the"itcM:is seems un- ! "bearable, do not think that i; is neces-' sary t o ' u s e some distrusting, greasy, ointment. Try Hokara,. a p u r c ( a n d ^ simple-croara, that" Iz''guaranteed' to contain no srease or acids and which i is so cleanly that it does not soil the ; "Haen. · , Its power to instantly relieve any ir- \ ritaiion of the skin atd make it soft, j ·white and beautiful is almost miracu- ; ions. ' ' ' ' ' ' I Not only do minor sl:vn troubles like i. pimples,. Dlackheads,, acne, -barber's! ' itch, etc-.^quickly^disappear,' b'uV 1-h'e j 1 ' worst ulcers or case:- of salt rboiim ) or jeczeraa are cleaned and hcaied j ; by this wonderful skin food. j · In order that any ne may try H o - ' ' kara at small expense, A. A. Clarke's ! "Irug Store is selling a liberal-sized ( · jar at 35cv andJn.addition.guarantees I to refund the money if ths treatment does not do all that is ch?.lmed for it --.Adv. · - · · · Perryopolis. Mr. and Mrs. Anhur Siickel of GJassport. spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs, Elery Siickel. Charles ."Vfclniire lias returned to Camp. Sheridan, -Ala,, after spending a furlough with his parents hero. Mr. and Mrs. QlHe Luce vrere Fay- otte City callers Saturday. Mrs. Elizabeth Bradley of Scottdalc, spent Sunday vriih tpw-r. relatives, Frank Luce is i l l ' w i t h pneumonia. . Miss Alice Enlow. of Pictsburs, was the guest of town. Iriencis Saturday. Miss-Georgianna."Vrray of Ccotidale, spent the week end vim Mr. and Mra. Mr. and '\Irs. HaVry Bunting and children of Dunbar, were guests o° OVTI relatives Sunday, Large Tabourettes Special 35c Top 11 inches square, stands 17 inches high. Fumed finish. 7IMMERMAN WILD COMPANY tl FURNITURE .11 RUGS V STOVES FURNITURE f f RUGS 'The Big Store Near The Bridge/ -158 West Crawford Avenne.Successors leoaard farniture Co. President "Wilson Pictures 95c Framed with glass, size 20 by 24 inches: Worth $1.50 each. 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Safety for winter furs and woolens is assured , if you store them ,in Zimmerman-Wild Cedar, chests". . The city's biggest display here. This Tea Vi"agon Choice of Mahogany, Fumed or Golden Oat. : Here's a truly remarkable value in a high grade, full size Tea "Wagon with removable tray, large rubber tire wheels and extra strong construction throughout. Compare it with any $15 style you have seen elsewhere. SVNIDMK" CURLED HAIR MATTRESS O UR salesmen take pride in sliotraig you "Wilson's "Rest- g,ood" Sanitary Curled Hair Mattress. They ore proud lecause they ore showing you a supsrior product; tliey know tljatit will Jjive you utmost satisfaction, comfort and service. The "Restfeood" enables as to offer yon a Mh-qnoHty carled hair mattress at a rrwdcrate price. It is a mattress that will last you for years to come. Forty pounds of all new, sanitary curled hair are used in its construction. The covering used is durable, best quality material, in a number of stripe-; or in art ticking. 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