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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. ·WEDNESDAY. MAT 15, 191S. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING . IN THE MILL TOWN Boll of Graduating Class of High School, Numbering 45 Announced. MANUAL TRAINING DISPLAY OFF Domestic Science Exlilbtt is Also Cancelled Because of the Expanse; Hundred Forty-eight Men to Be Colled From District 1o the Sort Draft Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, May 15.--There will be no manual training display at the local high school this year on account · or the teacher, G. D. Porter, being caned in the draft. The domestic science display 'will be done away with oa account of tie expense. The baccalaureate sermon will be preached in the United Brethren church by Rev. I. E. Runk, pastor of the chnrch, on Sunday evening. Ma;,- 26. The commencement program will be given at the Scottdale theatre on Wednesday evening. May 29. Tae address will be delivered by Rev. Sobert MacGowan ol the Bellefleld Pre: bytexian church, Pittsburg. His subject Tviil be "A Man's Job." On Tuesday afternoon and evening the class play, "Claim Allowed," will be given in the Scottdale theatre. The 45 members in the senior class this year are: Mabel Bryan, Nellie Cole, Evelyn Cramer, Charles Dickerhoff. Hazel Durstinc, Elizabeth Eicher, John Kromer, Joe Knowles. Sara Hamcs, Lcota Kelly, Francis Foit, Wesley Leighlighter. Orrfn Laaghrey, Maiie loucks, Nora Love, Grace Lynn, Isabel Markle, Anna Martz, Ella M.utz, Jennie McGoogan. Ada Miller, Arthur Miller, Elizabeth Miller, Leon and EmanueJ Morris, Nellie Newingham, Nada Noon, Clyde Parker, Mildred Stoner, Gilbert Stauffer, Arbntcs Stang, Robert Small, Gladys Pyle, Ruth Rittenlouse, Frank Sturtz, Fred Tlsie. Merle Waugaman, Margaret Walters, -Neta Wilus, Nelle Woolly. Raipn Might, Glenn Dale, Mabel Ziron, Catharine Hess and Margaret Sairey. Here is Good Xews for Tonr Vfife. Where to look for the very garment you were thinking of and what is still more at the very low price in fact less than you expected to pay for it. "We have the largest and most complete ladies' specialty store at popular prices and most modern styles anything a ·woman, child or infant ·wears. Millinery is our specialty. Broadway Ladies' Store, Scottdale, Pa., as you get off the car.--Adv. Hundred Forty-eight Called. Local Board No. 7. has received orders that some time between May 2.S and 30, 14S men from this district w i l l be sent to Camp Greealeaf, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. This will take tip to the 25th hundred in this district when the list is completed. Five mechanics go from tils district,'all from the other end but Stewart Hough, who is a local boy. Final Meeting. The final meeting of Hi-Y club was held at the Y. M. C A. on Monday whe-a Mrs. J. P. K. Miller served a luncheon to them. The luncheon was quite a success. Clyde Parker, the chairman, appointed the following committees for school work: Frank Morrison, Melvin Rict, Harold Hutch- mson and tlohn Kromer. Patriotic Lt-cture. A patriotic lecture trader auspices of the Dames of Maha will be given in the I. O. 0. F. hall on Thursday evening. May 23, at 8 o'clock. The sp»afcer will be Rev. William Hamilton, and the subject will be "The Situation of tae World." Humorous Entertainment. A humorous entertainment and lecture will be given in the United Brethren church at E'erson oh Tuesday evening, May 21. The following program has been arranged: Music, by the orchestra; n citation, Helen Whaley; vocal solo, Catharine Alban; recitation. Elizabeth Wnaiey; selection, by the orchestra; reading, Mrs. G. M. Burns; vocal solo, Mrs. James Shannon; recitation, Dessle Robinson; selection, by Uie orchestra; recitation, Elizabeth Pirl; ^ocal solo. Nolle Pirl; lecture, "Facoa and False Faces," G. R. Alban; .-.election, by the orchestra. Other Jfeirs. .Mrs. Harold Snider af Pleasactyille, O., and Mrs. Elmer Sibert have re. turned home alter a few days' visit with the former's father, Ellis Sibert, who has been seriously ill of pneumonia, at the home of his brother, George Sibert, at Iron Bridge, Miss Lillian Raybould spent Monday in Pittsburg. Thomas and John Boyle, who were home on.furloughs from Fort Terry, New York, returned yeaterday to their fort. Both are in the artillery. Fred Wilmoth spent Sunday with friends ;in [Latrobe. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. G-urley and sons, Thomas, Franklin and John, were at Cumberland Sunday attending the funeral of alrelative. George ionges has returned from a business trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Earnharf and three children, who wen! visiting their relatives, Mr. and Mrs, Jacob Apel, have returned to ttreir home in Johnstown. Mrs. Alfred Wilmoth of Glencoe, was a Sunday visitor at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Jennie Wilmoth. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baldwin are re- I .Dicing over the arrival oE a daughter | which was born to them last Satur- 1 day. Mrs. John Kroll of bonaconmg, is a guest at the borne of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ·Wiltind. ClassiGed ads cost only Ic a word. Miss Daisy Ohler of Sand PaLch, spent yesterday here visiting and shopping W. A. ShoemJcer and W p. Divcly returned Sunday f i o m a business trip to Prostburg and Cumberland. TTlio to Patronize. Merchants who advecti^e their good* The Dally-Courier. MMMMMM tF IT'S AT THJE ARCADE IT'S GOOD Meyersdale. MEYHRSDALE. May 14.--Mrs. C. A.' Boldeu and daughters. .Misses Helen, Mary and Catherine, motored to Oak- ! land. Md., o» Sunday and spent t h e ' day visiting relatives and friends. illss Margaret Knepp of Frostburg, ' M d , is vlsitiug relatives and friends · here for a few days. ! Misses Maud Saylor and Elizabeth ] Trc5sler left Saturday for a rew days t A isit ^ith relatives uns rrienus a! ( amp Leo. Petersburg. Va. 4 THBLE DRINK FOR THOSE WHO WOULD BE WELL SERVED -£ WITHOUT VWSTE --TODAY-- BLUB BIRD PRESENTS LOUISE LOVELY IN "A RICH MAN'S LOVE" A PICTURE OF TRUE LOVE AND HOW A RICH MAX WON A POOR GIRL'S HEART. ALSO A GOOD L KO COMEDY. T 0 31 0 B E 0 TF WORLD PRESENTS KITTY GORDON IN THE "THE PURPLE L!LY" Miss Gordon has one of the most dramatic roles of her career in this production. The picture mores fast and grips your attention from beginning to end. ALSO CURRENT EVENTS. THE THEATEE TTHEBE THE SHOW IS A I, WATS GOOD H. D. Zarrow Presents "The Spring Maids" A NEW YORK SHOW AT SUBMARINE PRICES Featuring a Big Array of Talent RAYMOND LEWIS EVA HURLEY FRED HTJRLEY BESSIE'COY 6--BEAUTIFUL FASCINATING- GIRLS--6 SOSSON THEATRE "THE rREfGE OF SOCIETY" Will Be- Presented Today and Will Be Augmented by Two Comedies. THTIBSDAY, FRIDAY AXD SATURDAY "The Bel Too much cannot be said in praise of this magnificent screen production. The invasion oC Belgium by the Germans, the greatest historic event the -rorld will ever know, forms a tremendous cliraai in Sidney Olcott's spectacular production ''The Belgian." ORPHEUftl THEATRE WHO KISSED TIER? .Miss Caprice knoivs when she receives the second application m the play that tnrills. William Poi Presents JUNE CAPRICE in "A C.VMOOTLAGi; KISS" TOMOBfiOW · MAP.GAErTA FISHER IN "THE PIinnTITE WOJTAJT" A five reel nhotodrama dealins -with the relative merits of the primitive and modem woman. : YOU HIJJK J^ Pilot owners arc the most enthusiastic booster?. H is a car ol distinction, finisher! to suit your individual taste. Forty-two d:Cferent body colors to select from. The Pilot carries the celebrated Teetor motor, the most silent running, powerful and highest priced motor placed in any car of its class. Forty-five horse-power, six cylinders with removable head, 3 1-8 inch bore, and 5 inch stroke, it combines power and economy. Genuine leather upholstering, Delco lighting and starting. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY and EASY PAYMENT TERMS. Write, phone or call for demonstration and literature. FRED F. SCHMITZ WEST SIDE GARAGE TTEE BAKG.UIfS:--- 30x3 Non-Skid S10.00 30x3 Vt Non-Skid $13.50 32x314 .Non-Skid '- 515.75 32x4 Non-Skid 521.00 Ota4 Non-Skid 522.00 Other sizes in proportion. Bargains in guaranteed inner tubes. Gasoline . 30c gallon Best Auto Oil 20e quart AT Your patronage solicited and wfjl give you a square deaL WEST SIDE GARAGE STATICS, VBST SIDE, An event anticipated by the whole vicinity with pleasure and profit. There has been White Sales before and there will be White Sales hereafter, but none like this one, which is destined to eclipse them all. This is not our opinion merely, but the opinion of the people who have taken advantage of that White Sale in May. We are deeply gratified for this public endorsement of our efforts to give the people an extraordinary opportunity to save money. Purchases for that White Sale in May were made months ago--quantities were bought-the choicest and best of every grade. Come and see. PLEASE NOTE---Use your Coupon at the E. Dunn Store the same as cash. Interest coupons of the second 4% Liberty Bonds due May 15, 1918, will be accepted by us now at face values iri payment for purchases. The E. Dunn Store. THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY Table linens at less than they would cost us now. When you buy a table cloth or a dozen napkins for less money than they would cost us it seems a chance worth' trying to take advantage of to get these unmatchable values in table linens. Everyone knows that we have the best and largest Linen Department in this vicinity -- (the Derry- vaJe Linens.) Mercerized Table Damask, 71 inches wide, at 75r and fl.2."i per yard. Napkins. 16x16 size, 05c per do?.TM. Napkins, all linen, beautiful floral designs, at ·"(). up to SS.50. Table Damask sctp, napkins to match, S8.AO irp to Si'2.50. Rnunrt Table Cloth. 72x72. at SS.SO to S12.SO. Table cloth of the newest, designs or patterns, all linen, $5.00 U S12.00. THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY Women will be enthusiastic about our May White Sale, because the undermuslins offered were so immaculately fresh and new, and the values are so phenomenal. Wonderful inducements and special values will greet you. Chemise, oQc. BUc, Sl.Ofl up to S3.00. XETV .VIGHT GOTOS-A large selection of styles in high V neck, or slip over models, neatly trimmed; now at this sale, Silc, $1.00, ?L3S), 1.68, np to 53.30. BEAWEJ5S-- Regular circular open or closed ^olet or blind emb.; others are lace trimmed. Choice now, otic, 63c, 79c up to $3J0. I'KTTjrOATS-- With deep flounce of emhroiderv or lace; some have ribbons d-awn. Choice, -iDc* 9Sc, up to COTEKS-- Hundreds o: new styles here, trimmed with neat embroidery or lace. Come- in over fifty i-Lyies. Choice at White Sale In May. Sar. -i»c, SDc, op to S2J)0, SILK LEfGERIK-- Made of silk crepe de chine, glovp silk and fine lingerie cloth, elaborately tnmmed, at $1.39 to $8.1)5. THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY New Waists Waists in styles delightfully varied and at unusually low prices. Tnat.-'Whtte-Saie-in-May Waists are made of fine sneer voiles and batistes, novelty cotton effects, also crepe ne t-h.ne f.ml Georgette crcpe; oainty lace and embroidery '.rnunied. F r ! PS tor tilt "White Sale in May, Sl.OO, $1.19, S-'.DO, »1M, \n to ?i-J,'X). THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY Wonder Bargains in Turkish or Huck Towels. Greatest Towel values ever This sounds big, but see the Towels, the kiud of Towels and such a lot of them. Satin damask huck towe.e, he-mined, stitched, large size, =·1.3(1. Li-en hack towels, hemmed nii'.chcd. at H -5. Other pure Linen Towels in this sale dl «'X', 75c anil ?1. Turkish Towels at 15c, 2So, :!., oOc ari 8oc. Many years will pass betore you'll nave InctLct oppor- t u n i t y like this Lo buy linen and Turkish t o u c U ,u t..ebe pr.cas. 3, THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY Lace Curtains No wonder this store is consedered headquarters for Curtains and Curtain Materials in That White Sale in May at such litte prices that you cannot resist the temptation of buying your wants here. Curtain materaa.1 at money-saving prices, ISc, 25c. JI5c and (5e yard. Curtain materials for rlrapcrips, all new designs, at SHC to S]»'0 per yard. Lace Curtains S1.19, J2.50, SS..W, ?S.Ofl and STJO. N"o difference what p-ice curtains you buy, you save f 10.13 One-Fourtli to One-Third on the real value. THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY Purchases for the White Sale were made months ago. Quantities were bought; choicest and best of every grade of laces and embroideries. Sale prices on these Laces and Embroideries will be proof that, they were bought and selected well, and prices will do the selling. Beautiful design in 18-inch Embroidery Flonncang at 35c- Kemmcd Flouncing. Just the embroidery Tor short \valkins dresses for the little tots. White Sale price Siic to ?1J0. Corset Cover Embroidery, quite a lot at this price to select from. Cambric or S^is 1 ;. 50c, 7"f and 1'25. Thousands of yards of narrow embroidery to select from m Swiss. Lambr.c or Nainsook. 10c op to 25c. FJDP lac.cs at r-ig money-savin? prices. Come sep the laces aml.yor. v;ill agreo ^rirh u= that rhey-''s-re wc-idonuJ values :u those prices: ifte, 15', 29»* nnd 2r»c. THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY Babies' Wear at Interesting Prices Babies,' Hats and Caps at»oOo fo -*2.0». Made of damly organdie and Swi^, mrarned \viUi cmbroidcr, ubhon or* flowers, 9$c up to 8".(W. Baby Coats Matie of serge. Bedford cord, nicely made, . out, tu.oO np to SIO.QO. f b rough- Baby Dresses I-iOCg or short made of white shccj Ltw-n. i.ain'-oes:. organdie, beautifully trimmed. Prices range from 19c u]i to $5.50, and some very pretty drcssos in between prices named. THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY If you want to know what wonderful bargains await you just shop around and try to duplicate the wonderful bargains in Sheets, pillow cases and Sheetings. Sheets of the best fcno-a-n brand, 81x90, S1.35: real value 51.75 Sheets of the best Mohawlt brand, 63xUO, SU; real val. SI 75 Sheets, 00x30 bize, at flJK). Match 'em if yo'l ran at f 1 90 Pillow Cases, -I2j36, 25f and Me. Mohawk and Hil! brand. Bleached 9x4 Sheeting, yard . __ . ;((c Bleached lOii Sheeting, yard . 7,^^ 10-inch Tubing, yard ^oy 42-inch Tubing, yard 4,^ 45-inch Tubing, yard Red Star brand Diapers, si?e 20z40, per dozen . Red Ptar brand Diapers, size -2x44, per dozen THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY White Goods The looms never turned out prettier or finer White Goods than this year's styles. If you want anything in the way of fine White Goods you caunot afford to miss this great money-saving sale. QUAXITY WITH PUICE. Long cloths, 20c, 35c and Ke yard. Nainsooks, 29c, 35e nod 5Uc yard. Novelty toiles, also plain voiles, SOc, 59c. np fo S5c rard. 5,60u jards, lancy White Goods, many pieces of different patterns, at 2c, c aud oOc yard. 7,000 yards of White Goods, many styles to make sdec- tjon from, prices (iOc, Sic and $1.00 the yard. Lot of Colored W.isli Material, fine and sheer materials. at U5e; real value 50c. Fancy Figured Voites, 35c. 50c and Toe yard. Shirt Waist Linens, 50c, Tie and $l.l0 the yard. Handkerchief Lmen, 38 inches lude, S1J3 the yard. Luna Lawn., sheer and medium weight, 36 and 40 inches -New Ginghams, 29e and 33c the yard. New- Percales at 2i)e and 3Uc jjud. Colored Figured Organdies, just new, and one of the most desirable fabrics for summer dresses, at 35c per yiird. 5,000 yards of fine plain White material, including voile, madras and batiste; actual value 30c: sale price I9c yard. THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY Children's White Dresses To the mother that has a girl between the ages of 6 to 3 1 years this sale of children's AVhite Dresses will surely be of great interest; especially so if she wishes to save money. They're well worth talking about at tnese prices: $'VJ3 np to SliiO. THAT WHITE SALE IN MAY Trimmed Hats for Women, Misses and Children Come, bring (he children and have them fitted out ni one of the newest Hats at money-saying prices. The most a t t r a c t h c l i l t l e Hats is of straw, n black, white, burnt or colors, with just, a ribbon ou it; ne'v shape crown, at 1.05 up to 5G.S5. For smalloi girls there are little while Hats of Milan. straw, some with bows, others with bands, at 9Sc. Trimmed Millinery for Women Hundreds of fresh and pleasing Hats. larKe and i-ma]!. Lots of w i n g trimmed, rose trimmed, also l i i r a m r f l with ribbons. Many 10 select from, including large, small and medium shapes at $3-9i and $4J)5. Trimmed Hats, $7.50 up to $10 Our pemi-anniial mill ncry displas nre just regarded as fashion events. Come toda and se» tfac best d =p!ay VQU ever soen in Connc.Isville, and you w i l l find t h e HJ!S pnrt-d at $7.50 and $10,00. The most fashionable. M,"e brln-vr in fitting Hats to heads and faces, not in niting heads to Imis. .so we are careliU alwa= to have a remarkably large uinety of styles nd shapes at $7^0 to $]fU)0* Misses' White Dresses SS.75 to $12.50. You save on above prices ?1.5u to $3.f'0 on any gai-meot you purchase -- come and see. For ihe girl graduate comrnrnrement day -- you find a handsome Imp of w b i i e dr?sses spenaMv adapted ^o gract- ful girlish figures. All desirable irafriate. ThfPc you U Had in 'be Suit Depa, tment. Tfce dres-o? ie,l their own Ftory at §25.00 up to $H7^)0.

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