The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 15, 1918 · Page 8
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May 15, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVXLLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1918. ;"Jk RICH MAN'S D.A«!UN(3'-- In IxHriae/Lorely well taWn to morimr picture audiences is seen |*!a tfce leading role, ii being shown to- £{dv- There Is railt«r a remarkable KjAwte secretary m the picture TTiia *!*«tr«ttry finds th»t his employer in- wHa a beautilol young wom- is spending tremendous sums of on her, so much, in fact that li J*op«rdijing his banking busi- Wfch tie interest of tib "em- · at heart, the private sec-etary the banker s son the manner in the banker is squandering his upon the shrew The backers take* steps to pat an. end to the itatr and aw* his lather MtaeLove- 5 ff ta mm. ai Julie Le Fabrier Mad- ·" MM Smft meet attractlre dress j: jipdel, who wag always dream ing ot ;- finance with a capital 'R. She IS i Htlj supported by Edna Malson Philo | MaC*Uouch, Harry Holden and others t JlMocrow. Kity Gordon the cele- 5" Jtr--1 acton. will appear in The 5" Muvie LMr," as a mountain girls who i' M BCTCT »eea anything o( the tig * ife-ld. and who goes out in it to ex- s jijftaee aU the thrills and excitement | Sited to oltar. Friday and Saturday, F Jtutft Kenned? will be seen m "Our ? 'fKO* Tflf*. ' *e biggest screen Jilt of ' Only One Man in 25 Makes Good in the Miller Plant" , . It i» ,a Jrtory of action, ever chining .plot MOfcian. !«·"· - · " ' K«r!4, , Fol drama featuring June J*m Chandler is in the Mi bmipa-a Rofoiph King is a ; Ma*factiireT ot beans. Chnndler's IfMhHM te poor so he sUMSstsr. to: ft~f *~i they combine on a pork unS Ikaaaft cenoraOoo. J£mg ia^zc^vcltant iiffi k" MM Martha, Thoafc- CBaod- .- !·*· aiatar-fefr-laar (To athrnce bis £· to Martha txi-oaujffi^ ·*!( "* 1^1 He is -refe' basMul how- TB-IM sore Martha will nottbe r tf h* kiaaa her he «r ( ;es Pell ton to itaal one in the dark Pafl does. Martha, thnddng, ; itoie fhe Uae, i« happy Shta i the-ktas. "WlMB. she Jenrjis later, *, that King camoonared his i bow much sbe lo whafB the qae. Tomorrow tin Che Mo- ·.}-'^nm rsavm or SOCHTTT- i a, lenon-badL of it The- ^'fbcmgbciit is in P»ot The cast i* ZmtB*flT i*B i'"«m and «**. rale .^·^··..·niiil 1Mb SoJand Is wW " ~ '' a» the hv«l wtte, Baird te an to- anr east, J Hez-^ 5Occe30ra] rjUafta; Inatitt a Bash o( was iftost Tto IH( it die eaat in- ^·ffttcu OHM and Mxs. S.JKJL ia»»»dT._T»iio are , OxododCs, spcot We're Ready-With Uniform Tires Built By Miller Champions ^RfflIer crack regiment of tire-builders wiD tins year make only enough wJM LhdlbrinTires for-one motorist-in 5ftr- And THirMIler Rubber Company n l^ gr^ted ; us.the localiights.to,supply,;fhese jnucb-sought tires. For Millers ar« known far and wd^todajHfor their uniform mileage. That means " thaf wlierever these tires'are nib under Iike"c6ndih6ns''they wear" the same. That 99 Millers in 100 outrun standard guarantees. That less than 1 per cent ever need adjustment. -"aB the some 429 brands jOn the Tnairket, there is no other yet produced , to ecpial them. nittt Tbm !· no excne T for bvpuif fare* oa lock. safety, (90, becMue^^f th«_ ·- loafer for and s Onr allotment of Miller Unfonn Tiro is limited each nonth. Tojnake sure of secunng your season's supply, come m aod reserve your bres now ^,_ GONNELLSVILLE GARAGE CO. BeU Phone 514 117 E. St. Tri-State 365-W ." speni MonoSf ahopping- in. town OHIOPTLB, May IS-- Dr J R. Cottom of Itewaon was a bosbiess . H. GtotfeitT has returned to Otaopvic after a few days spent in CormellsFiDe. }Valter_ Trailams pf Sipes Sptot Tuesday Shoppftir JB town " " Miss Hazel Leonard of Ueadow Hun spent Tuesday shopping in town Miss Jemne limderman and sister " _,'fa_^_^ "Mrs Bobiraon "hare rctnmed to Urania after a visit Jl^ut here. Joseph Orndorfl and ftemCr mooed their howeboH goods to Sipes yeater-. Mocria 3Sana was a caller in town · , ~ . - ·· r* · HochiSQer 'wu a ·roars KMT SBK rousa Rob Off! ·ofl»,g«Miito»-jhed* mototare ·nd paraemfeftltleatiMM. Pof 8HMNA HOME SET ,- Sf ;ji ' * ** * . ' ' ' T^?H S BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL ^' tifttafffsartof-a Grdfider Switzerland-THE CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES £ -^SzaD" resort' of "many discriminating Americans. The outdoor Bfe--golf, tennis, motoring roads, pony riding on mountain trails, hiking, climbing -- the open air sulphur pools, the roomy restfulness of the big hotel with its excellent ballroom and orchestra, its splendid cuisine and service-combine to give BanEf us tot.--. Moderate rates. Get to know Canada better -- she's j o u r nearest ally. ASK FOR RESORT TOUR No. »· ° C t 1VMJIAMS, Gen Afft Pajut r Department. Canndlxn PficUlc Railway ·MO Ota AT«, Pltohurx p* Prices $32.30 to $1,500 The New Brunswick Upsets All Old Standards T HE ultimate phonograph is here' It is the new Brunswick--" the most important achievement in the phonograph art In recent years. Now old ideas must be discarded. No one will be content with a one-record instrument wjth all its limitations No one will be content with attachments and makeshifts for playing all records, but which hinder tone. The new Brunswick Method of Reproduction brings new tonal values, due to The Ultona and The Brunswick Amplifier No one will be satisfied now v ith the old tonal standards--once they hear The Brunswick We want to say emphatically that iintil the" coming of this remarkable new instrument, real reproduction was never attained You cannot afford now to even think of buying a phonograph without first hearing this remarkable instrumert It is made by The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co Whether you are ready to buy now or not, come in and hear-the- latest and best instrument of them all. _ PETER R. 127-129 E. Crawford)Ave., ConnellsvJle, Pa. A L L P H O N O G R A P H . S I N O N E PATRONIZE THOSE WHO ADVERTISE Being the Demand of the Day Reminds You That Their Customers Are Given Free the Famous Millions of thrifts folks sae 4-C Grepn Stamps. It jon are already a collector, yon iindoiibtedlj kno-n that ^ou can secure these famous Stomps at this lurniture Stoie. 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