The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 16, 1918 · Page 10
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May 16, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELiLSVILLE. PA. THURSDAY, MA* 16, 191B. The New Styles In Clothes for MEN- the fl-n scam p«nel l»m»u«to»e lb« Igroad ihouUerad 'xiie M of Ta« older -SUB bavxaot been aUdrtcd eUSxt Ibcjr -win nod «-to»«n of tjto m the new $15 to $45 A New Strawf or Every Man in Connellsville Strair Eat picking ·*·« neon 1 «o good as it is today at Qdi itoc*. Hct«-ai» oof t brim hats in aU iflmiiiaKltaLA and veaves, -- 9tl9 _ brhns inCh Oat j«ontj- look aad ; plain or inner banda. «pd A hat-to gieam» ener? · totiaMf Ida Jiiec. ttSO to SW -J30 *«ek ; t* .$6 t» $» Geld Bond Trading on TFltat Yoa Sp«wl. San Them. Wright-Metzler Co * I fWWKTlON OF IRON AND STEEL IS COMING CLOSER TO CAPACITY VM-lMMlN* Is !Mg -9** taw; EnMtaetCT HJWB to XuinH Meat to Tbe -WtMKtr Courier TOEE. tot Batty Iron i fl*Ml Kapoxt wiH renew the steel and 'inm trade tocwmnr as follows. ifTiHodqction ot steel meots in Apr] -'wa* at the rate ot about 42450,000 'gn« tons a yeor, IT per cent above *h» Jfareh rate. U per cent above the Tate in 1917 and 3 per cent above the rate in 191' Production this month *""· to show a decidedly better Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% on What You Spend. Planned far in advance, merchandise most carefully chosen, of Wnght-Metzler standard, and marked at a LOW MARGIN OF PROIFJIT, this sale offers unusual opportunities in these times of high costs. Cottons are being used for sjo many war purposes that it is extremely difficult to obtain merchandise in quantities, and deliveries are slow and uncertain.' But we began early, buying a little here and a little theie, and the merchandise assembled for our May White Sale is a notable offering of maximum qualities at minimum, prices. Don't Wish Later You Had Bought More Now--Buy All You Think You Can Use; and Buy Immediately While Assortments Are Most Complete. hi this advertisement we submit details of scores of seasonable economies and from only two departments, Women's Undermuslins and Millinery, have any of them appeared in any of our previous White Sale advertisements. We're going to push this White Sale to the limit, for by so doing we are rendering a real public service. That such merchandise as is here offered at May White Sale prices represents genuine savings will be most forcibly demonstrated to those who wait until later to buy. The Domestic Department Contributes Many Specials to the May White Sale -- 1000 TARES DRESS GINGHA5ES and SEERSUCKERS, short lengths of one to-Wui yards each, new aet patterns, 40c values special at 25c yard. -- It INCH yi8Rr.AT.-ina. standard grade, light and dark patterns, 3Sc value, ·parM-at-giie jxri. These in short lengths of 1 to 6 yards. -- « and 32 DfCH GINGHAMS and DEVONSHIRE CLOTHS, short lengths in isaorto* pmtterne, (pedal at 29c yard. -- 1000 YAPDS BROWN MUSLIN, 36 inches wide, -ZSc values, sped*! at -- 60 WHJTB-CBOCHBT BEDSPREADS, sue 76 188 jncb.es, extra weight, cnt concr, sciDopcd, J0 -value, special at $2.50. -- 3E CROdnrr BEDSPREADS, sizes TGiSS amd 86x96 inchei. weight. hemmed. JJ-50 Taine, sped*] at S2J6. Good Linens are Scarce, Which Makes These White Sale Specials Doubly Attractive P-sTBS BMBBOIESaiED PILLOW CASES HIH's Sioslin, 35x«2 hemstitched ends $1-25 varae special at 89c pair. --IMPORTED HDSLIN PILLOW CASES embroidered, hemstitched end*, special «t «L5« to tSM pair. --50 CLOUS' 3CAKPS, lace trimmed, assorted styles, size 18i54 inehaa, today would retail at £U75, special at $1-25. --w H rivi LACE BED SETTS consisting of spreads and bolster beautiful goods, special at $6.00 to $SO set --COLORED BMBKOLDERED BED SETS in roae and copea blue, special atfSUO t»«0 M*. What You Buy in This Sale of White Goods Comes to You at Decided Savings r --FANCY WHITE VOILES with bars, figures and stnpes 36 niches -wide, special at SOe, 66c, 85c aad *LSS yard. --PLAIN WHITE: KLAXONS, 30 and *0 inches wide, SpecaJ at lie, 38c, 4fte, We an* Sic yard. --32 INCH W H I T B FLAXOSS, with fine bars and stripes, special at SSe, Kc art 40e jmri. --¥ANCT WiLl'it; SKIRTINGS including PSqne, Poiret Twffl, Basket Weares and Eepp --U Mil at Sac to S1.35 yard. --MME -WHITE COTTON POPLIN, 27 and 36 inches Trifle, to nefl at 40e and Ke yard. --WHITE .FOUNDATION 'MATERIALS silk and cotton, smceaii at «·, SSe Md Me ]wu. --WHlTiJ WASHABLE COTTON SATDv 36 inches wd« extra flue quality, ayeeal at tU» yard. Men's Share of the White Sale Seasonable and Moderately Priced --Waiters' 'WMt* Coats, $3.00 each. --Butchers' Aprons 75e; Waiters' Aptxuis 65c each. --Men's 'WUte Vests, SiOO to $5,00 (.web. --Men'£ v/ntte Dock Paats, tke --Meu's vThtta Flannel Pants, $5.00 to $3.50 each. --'White Felt Hats, men or ladies, at I1JX) each. --Children s "Vhite Duct Hats 60e to $140 each. --Boyx 1 ^Vhite Panama Hals, $1.00 to JiSO. See Our AttraetiTe and TKflderate Priced of Boys' Wash Suits llompers und Creepers. Elegant Materials and Trimmings in Reduced in the May White Sale COE9ET COVERS fL25 values _ £UO $2 00 values _ ?1 79 $3 00 values _ $2 69 $1.50 values _ $1,33 $2 50 values -- ?2 29 $3 JO values _ S3.19 CHEMISE $2.50 varaes _ $2,29 ?3 50 values -- S3.19 $4 50 values _ $1 W J3 00 vahiea _ $2,89 ?3 58 values _ $3.69 to 00 values - $4 48 GOWSS ?S.OO values _ $4 48 fl 50 values _ $6.95 $10 00 values _ $8 95 Later On You'll Not Be Able to Duplicate These Prices On Women's Knit Underwear --Women's Mercemed LisJe Vests, low neck, no sleeves, size 6 onfy, UK) value--special at Sc each. ---"Women. 3 Lisle Union Smts low neck no sleeves lace trimmed knee IIJJO value--special at 19c each. --Boys and GMs' Cambric Ufc-lerganneats, sizes 2 to 12 years to be used (or either Waists or Onion Suits^today's value 75c,--special at 60c fanaeat. 2 Special Lots Waists Reduced --One Lot Slightty Soiled 'Waists, $1.00 Talne S9c. --One Lot Slightly Soiled Waists, tSM, SiW ralnes, $1.70. Make Full Use of the Big Second Millinery Opening Showing Styles for Mid Summer Wear An annual event and a most mterebting one for all women who delight in keeping abreast -with Fashion Here are shoun the authentic modes for mid-summer wear--all-white hats black-and- white all black hats leghorns, xmlans, georgettes and transparent brims-trimmed mJi wings, ostrich coqac, flowers and ribbons Your Inspection Cordially Invited You are cord.ally invited to inspect this remaruable display of becoming bats without feeling ob_ ligated to 'purchase We are sure you will find it instructive and useful in dec'ding what your next hat shall be. Sale of 25 Sample Hats Formerly,Sold at $16.50 to $30.00 Now Reduced to $12.38 to $22.50 A small but very select lot comprising 25 of the very finest pattern hats in our entire stock--no two of them alike--and in. a diversity of good styles. Color.5 and tnmmmss permit of choosing from the very best Fashion has produced. Trimmed Hats, $10 to $12 Values, at $7.50 Trimmed Hats, $7.50 to $9 Values, at $5.00 May Sale of Dainty Lingerie Which Offers You Dependable Materials, Authentic Styles and Fine Making at Prices Greatly Reduced Pile after pile of snowy -white undergarments greatly reduced for this event. The prettiest styles you could -wish--m carefully chosen materials trmuned -with dainty laces and ribbons, and in shapes cut to fit perfectly. --GAKSCENT^ KE«tTLAB AT 55c AJUE SOW BEDBCED TO 2»c --GARMENTS BEGCLAB AT 50c ABE JfOTT REDUCED TO S9c --GARUCEiTS REGOTLAR AT 65c ARE SOW REDCCEU TO 58c --GARMENTS REGfUZjiR AT 75c ARE SOW REDDCjuD TO 69c --GARMENTS BEGCXAH AT 85 c ARE T OW REDUCED TO 7c --GARMEATS JREOTXAS AT IJ.OO ABE T OW REDUCED TO S9c --GARMENTS BEGULA.lt AT $1.25 ARE IfOTT REDUCED TO $1.10 --SABJTEJfTS REGULAR AT $1.50 jiBE ^fOW REDUCED TO $1.39 --GARMENTS REGULAB AT $2.50 AREJUOW BEDUCED TO §2.19 --GARHTEIVTS REGULAB AT $3.50 ARE SOW REDUCED TO $3.19 --GARMENTS REGULAR AT $5.00 ARE JfOTf REDUCED TO $4.18 --GARMENTS BEGULAR AT $5.50 ABE NOW REDUCED TO $4.98 Extensive Displays of Infants' Wear at Very Moderate Prices Tfce lu S. Feod -Aamlntetratton VJTSS-- EVERY SPUD IS A BTJELSTT Use more bolhite tffl- afier e Mit Jnarvest. Every pound of wheat (hat you can save ·will be sent abroad to help our soldiers and allies wm the war How much wil] jou help by saving -wheat. ties mra* more steei. The is now complete. The steel industry i» dewottng to war wort'every ton of sterf that is applicable to any of the war activities including direct war work and industrial and agricultural operations directly helptul to prosecution of war. There remains some steel for ordinary commercial pur- posies, incJucbng chiefly Bessemer steel and sheU discard steel. Tne diversion ot steel to war worl 11 both general and specific The manufacturers bare all pledged tbem- selves to a ma«i"»""i of war effort, to «se thoir best Judgment m carrying out the pledge In various individual instances the War Industries Board has made specific recommendations, to aid Judgment or smooth, the way of producers with their cnstom- ms at Production of both pis iron, and jjnany plants rod and wire production ers, and all such rei are promptly followed Thus is now so nearly at capacity farther possible increases are int of importance, and concern is felt f Sffkj that there be no serious de- eftiue In the hot weather, and no jli»t curtailment next winter througir »." traffic blockade. It is more rm- to make the current rate of yndnction secure than to seek to im- 'jrore it. increased pressure for war which the 'Wshin^ton auttori- tMv kegan to exert about the be*grn- ·tmc of April was predicated upon tne iMirtries that had been made during tlM ttaee precedms mtnths, when fifidueLOB was relatively light S^erft has been a double change since t£«B, an important increase in oat- and the diversion if the maxi- i tonnage possible it war work has been curtailed to provide more shell steel, while at some plairts pipe production has been, reduced to provide more steel for ship plates other war material and Price of Colorado Coke. Th« Fuel Administration has issued an order fbong the maximum price per ton of 2 000 pounds f. o. b cars at the ovens for screened and size crushed beehive coke made anywhere in the state ot Colorado is flied at ENGLISH CLAY IS IMPORTED IN LARGE QUANTITITESTOU.S. Orer 250,000 Tons Brought in Lant Tear in Suite of Ship Shortage. PLENTY HERE AT HOME But Producers Have Sot Been Able to Develop Jcpo«k« Fast Bmigh Ji»r Here It Koved }iiiekly Doe t* EaiJ- rmd CungesUon; Many Uses in It. Lelsenrmg To. 2 100 Per Cent Leisenting No. 2 reached the 100 per cent class in the Third Liberty Loan. TYlo to Pationlxe. Merchants who advjirtije their goody given the ·Washington anthori- j The Daily Courier. Xost o£ us think clay is something as commoun and abundant ae sand or gravel Consequently it comes as a surprise to be told by tile shipping boarc committee on miaecai imports and eiports in Washington, that even in this day of great shortage of ocean going ships we have to import from England e.ery year 200,000 to ?260,000 long tons of clay Last year we imported more than 350,000 tons over the ocean. Purtiermore a great part of this clay comes over in steamers loaded full and the rest in big steamers loaded with clay up to 50 per cent and more of tbeir maximum carrying capacity These ships put into Powey, England for their freight To get this clay on -ind off the boats requires ten days on aach. careo 4n insignificant percentage of the clay is shipped as ballast This represents small lo^ loaded into big liners ai Liverpool But it will be seen that the importation of English clay consumes an important amount of ship tonnage measured m days time lost because 6f natural delays incident to the transport 0 £ this freight "Way do our manufactureris Iay the high freight rates now necessary in order to obtain an article like clay from England' , There is, as -we all know, an abundance of clay m this country A great deal of high grade clay is produced here, and of a character suitable for pottery porcelains and other articles, which require clays of special excellence in their manufacture But not much over half at clay of this grade that our mdustiies require is domestic. When war broke out in 19W only a third of it was domestic We have not been, able to develop and equip our deposits fast enough to make these English clay imports nnnecessary In fact it is doubtful whether, we will produce as modi high, grade clay in 118 as we did in 1917. Oar manufacturers want the clay but they can not get anywhere near as much as they want The reduced output is due to railroad and operating conditions, and it is not related to the character or size of the deposit* which are capable of large production Domestic producers do not mine their clay quite as cleanly as their English competitors Nor is the domestic clay as uniform in character It wlH not bring the high pr'ces paid for English clay But more could be sold if it could be produced and carried to its marfcet Still more could be marketed if cleaner, tuore uniform I * clay were produced. lor in that ei ent the consiiTOers .wouid use a greater percentage of domestic and correspondingly less Entlisi. clay in their iniitures However, ortr complete dependence upon English clav continues We must rely on English clay as a chief ingredient of the dishes »e eat from, the paper in. our books and magazines the porcelain m otar electric light sockets and half a dozen olier articles of less general use Fortunately it is a fact that far less English clay is necessary to proper manufacture of paper than ic now used Besides domestic clay there are many other substances of domestic origii that could be used in the body, not the finish, of ttiis paper Also over half of the English, clay we use is consumed in makmg paper So that i' a shortage of English, clay should de\elop it would not be highly serious until the shortage became very great, until there was only a half ot the normal supply or less available. Eokert Willlama, Oalee'burg. 140* 3X)o ember 27th, 1917» COKE ra HOW. Strike a Blow for liberty by Joining tilt. Liberty Bond Club. If we don't whip the Kaiser he will whip ns. 'We must either help Uncle Sam to win the war b buying Oberty Bonds or pay Germany a huge indemnity The LJoerty Bond clui was formed to make it possible for everybody--even those who Lavea't saved a cent--to buy a. bond in eaby installment Go to the First National Bank of Conceilsvlle todaj and ask for full information about the Bond Club~ Aflv Read The Dally Cour er ev ery daj Daar Sir-: You ere right when you say In yours of fceoera-- ber 24th that Senreco la a remarkably good tooth pasta ord that it haa a strong story to tell, Irat the difficulty lies in putting that story in such language oa will oonvinoe the publio. The Senreeo story of a medicinal paste that not only cleanses the teeth but also keeps mouth and gums healthy, when rut on paper does rot sound very different fron the story of just any ordinary dentlfrio*. For that reason we mexe every effort to 59-6 the people to try Senroco. After that Senreco tells Its own sto-y - and fully 90$ of then are Senreoo aaera and boosters from then on. T'lero is a Senroco user in Pittsburgh who baa Introduced Jur product into the families of thirty-four of his friends. ?nthusiasn' 5o, not entirely, simply a case of Senreco naking good. It is just as stated above. If they will try Senreoo - if they onco beooma. acquainted rith a real dentifrice - with what a denti* frice can ard should be - they are Senreco boosters from that time on. Your druggist or toilet counters can eupply you with Senreco. It ooces in- large, tuo ounce tubea aoi retails at E5^. Bhy not get e. turn to-flay' Try it. *e Btan* behind every package of Sanreco with a money-beck guarantee. Very truly yours. SESBECO, ODIOIJDIATI. ®SG®5XB(S!XSeS3S©2X3SX5®SSffi^ I PATEONIZE HOME MERCHANTS I ! WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER. 1

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