The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 17, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, May 17, 1918
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-rHTOATf, MAY 17,11915. THE DAILY PAGE FTVTS. Aft _!BB THE - "OCR U.TTIJ3 WIFE"-- In which] Madge Kennedy, the celebrated screen { . actresa is seen in a comedy -of' inri-| dent in young married life, is being . ihown today. TOien Madge imagines ah* i* ill and sends .for ; the handsomer yotmc doctor who has already, "»rpiis-( ed her husband's jealousy, she absent! mindedly removes the temperature! thermometer from her mouth and 1 "sttrp her .tea with it, causing it to show i .a prophecy ; oL immediate death.- She i 11 is a well meaning' arid Very" childish : wife, who carries a number of dis-| appointed admirers along " on her honeymoon and afterwards compromises herself, for several Qf them. in. a swift series of misadventures are j comical; enough to. compensate for. j their obvious artificiality. Each new picture of Miss Kennedy increases in popularity and: drawing ning for this joyous girl the instant' .affection of millions. .··purlJtfie -Wife";): is 9. swift moving story of action, overcharging plot, Jealpusy.'Suspfcion, laughter and speed: A Christy comedy is included. Monday, Harold Eockwood will he' seen in "The Land- loper," a five part Metro feature. William Farnum will be teen soon in "Th« Heart of a Lion," a Fox Standard picture. · - · - . - . · · ABCAM THEATBE. The H. B. Zarrow Spring Maids- com 7 ·piny," playing 'at "tie Arcari'e theatre this week, is without a'doubt a show of merit, this being their third appearance here. Mr. Raymond' Lewis in. his funny blackface character holds the audience in roars of laughter in all of t his bills. Mr. Charles Marklet'on -- Sr*-» ·; close' 'secon'a^ These two 'boys work together in a way of their own. The' bill for today is one 'written by Mr. Ray Lewis. He could not have written anything 'better for himself for his particular Character.. The show to- in three scenes;- opening "with a Standard-^ FarnilyRemedy for Children and Grown-Ups Constipation isi a condition-'that has .to be guarded against from infancy to old age. Dr. CaldwelTs Syrup Pepsin, a combination of simple ; laxative herbs with pepsin, acts easily and naturally and is as safe and pleasant for children as it is effective on even the strongest constitution. : All Druggists--50'cts. and $1.00 , A trial bottle can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Momicello, III. " modern minstrel -first part, the second scene going into the beard walk i at Atlantic City, and the third scene i in the home of a colored wash, worn- { an. The situation^ ,of the show are | truly fu»ny _nd-,orlgin»I. The oho- j. ms works arougbout- these scenes,! and taking tnia show as a whole one would think they were at a .big musical · comedy production. Miss Eva Hnrtay" i*B_w«d 3»v«Tal numt*rs and '.wai" req-eited a number of times to repeat them. Miw Elsie Zelgler surely took the audience by her rendition of her song, "Morning Glories." Mr. Fred' Barter ** interlocutor handled j his pot in a capable way. The chorus works fast and appears just often Anoack M;ai«ot to be tiresome. The _ wardrobe U bwniful and becomes the "jrounjr ladles 'tMat we*r them. Today fa tb».-eadi( ot the aerial picture, "Vengeance -Bud the Woman," and - «tarttnj next W«dB«Bd-y and. Thnrs: day, ti»'«_»» ca«t- will be' s,een In a T n«w ex_U entitled "Th« Woman and the IFeb," a - play taken , from, the , ynwot war. The company changes j,%tH again Priday and Saturday, and 'thi» will b« the last opjwrtunity to" Me them, as they start, on a Jong tour THEATRE. THE HUNGRY HE_«T'--"When David Graham Phillip*, wrote .this ·titli beat seller of'tb.e"year,' "The BOWYTZ MARKET WEST SIDE Saturday Specials Butter, per pound _^ '-. _.--- . 50c Strictly Fresh Eggs 9 per doieii: L 40c Potatoes, per peck : JVew Potatoes, per peck Pure Lard, per pound -Extra Good Brooms Prunes, 2 pounds :.. Purity Oleo, per pound . Hams __ SOc 45c _ 30e _80e ..._ 25c __ SSc _.. 35e ]N*ttvy Beans, per pound ... -lor these Specials So DelJTerie* and no- Telephone Orders Taken. ' Cormer Crawford Arenne and Eighth Street, WEST SIDE Yanderbat. SUMXKK FAJ.UIAS JOLE COOt A5B COStFOBTABLE. May 17.--Misses Grace Moore, Freda Wright and Grace Jacobs were callers 'In Counellsvillo on "Wednesday. ' ' " .- Mtes Carrie. Dull, and Mrs. 0. A. Koons will leave this evening !for Clarksburg,VW. Va., to.visit ilr. and! Mra./J. Wilbur TKadigan. | Miss Anne Coasell of Adelaide, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Seed of "Wednesday. evening. Swayse Thorpe of Perryopolis, la '·visitiitc his- grandparents, Mr. and 3pfrs. C. S. Freed of Dunbar township. Miss DeV«re Metzler of Broad Ford, visited Miss" Grace Hyatt on "Wednes- H«art,'- if he. bad known:he ·wai «oinc to write It for lOa Pauline Tnderlck, h» could not hare epmr] day'evening. nearer a real character for which Mrs. Thomas. "Wright, , Mrs. ' Jftea^'Frederick i« peeuliarly fitted. Hort start w end witi' the phrase, "And they, lived happily ever after- w»rd.". This particular story begins Cowrtney and Hichard Vanglsji lost returning from their honeymoon to his old ancestral home. Miss Fred- '«lik takes the part of Courtney and tka'devdopmeht.ot the wife's ^eSorts to win and maintain her husband's respect and love during, a-series of un- John Christ and Mrs. iPearle Mclaughlin attended a birthday party at the tome of Mrs. Clarence 1 Murray of East Liberty yesterday.. . : " . -· ;" 'Mrs. Clara Baker .aid'daughter Camilla, Mrs. Harry B. "Reed, P. E. Oglevee, J. L. Love and Frank Marotti were Connellsvttle" ^callers on Thursday: J. C.^Moore has returned home after visiting his son, Robert Moore, .of -fortunate misunderstandings, causes j New : Geneva. - . . · · · · · !_!·-photoplay to sh.ow some of the'j Mrs. O. A. Koons'and Miss Grace r J fet worli-of Miss Frederick's already i Moore were callers in Uniontown on '-' ' . V,: · " -- · · - ' ^Thursday: ·".-.' · ' , ' · f , r,. : . · ·' · ' - _ -- : .._ j. Miss Ester Cosgrove; will, leave this_ " ' ' "' " j'evening for Point Marion to visit Miss' Jan* -Shriverr . - - -· · ' ·. · . Clifford D,anner..o£,Adelaide, vras a caller iu town last evening. '. .palmer left yesterdayj-for^niontown ,.. T h e 'yanderbllt schools closed on ·to visit relatives tor^jlew 8ays. ^...Iwednesd'ay after 'a successful term. Mrs. Geary ^ShiDpjTof.. Bid^elt "snent | rfijp-.jjg httl gr . de ' o{ ig scholars all Thursday ahoipin^"lnJtbTO:;l, ; j '.[ passed for high school. -evening " . . L. Jfc^Brtash'.iwittii'; Pittibiifs basi-- ne»s .-KSSfat'jresjjSigiy.'.» ,'·-'· · MiM"JBladyij^nris ; wai calling on Coonell»riil«;; : Wends yesterday. returned yester- dayi'froin with her Markleton.. daughter. . . .,, Mrjt Caller' Shipley of Sipes spent "\Ved«iesaay.''»E6pping in town. 'OHS£ '"JiflEBwies was a recent visi- 4ii»» JcAniriirHaU of Bear Run -spent in town. . ': : of Confluence was Ja«wrH«!t.of :.SiusaT Loak was : a ' ' ' ·'· every : 'dny.; Meyersdale. Warm weather has brought about this charming creation in feminine pajamas, where sleeves have been discarded in th« interest of. comfort. Welcome, too, .is Che eitreme'Hghtness of the material, which will be conducive to coolness In . the summer. Myriads of...tiny tucks and plentiful use of fine val lace lend pleasing relief · to these pajamas of flesh-color May 16.-- Wednes- day'afternoon a; meeting of the executive committee of the Red Cross was .held in iie. Boosters' club room for the purpoae'of outlining the. plans for the second Red -Cross fund drive. The .... _. _____ ,, ___ ,, ______ ,,.,,. guota.'for-M.eyersdale has been fixed | crepe de chine. ' Satin ribbon drawn -at ?2,5QQ, ; and th'e'conimittee in charge · -- - ' - - " - -- -·- - · - -- · . « · · .will work' hard : to raise that' amount and more,if..possible. The town has boen .dfrieied. into .'four districts, and a- captairt^for/. each' district, who will- have '.charge : b(.his team. The cam- palgn. will;, open": on Monday and will ^asl"fbr/oiie. week'. Ciwraee Moore-is chairman: of; the Meyersdale district; under the tucks about the waist suggests a slender girdle. _Dr, Vf. H. Eyland, teum chairman; I John 'S. Weailand, mine . cliairm:ui, and Mrs. Bruce -Liehty, chairman, of Save the Babies TNFANT MOETALJTTinoniethmgfrightEnl. We can hardly r-anxethmt I of all the- children born in civilized countries, twenty-two per cent.. *'or nearly :one-qu_rter, ae before tiey reach one year; thirty-seven per cent., or^roore than one-third, bejore they are five, ana one-half before they aril fifteen! - - - - a - ' - - - · . · - ·-..·· ·:· We do not hejitate-to a«y that a timely nse of Castoria"-would save "··nr.rf «*!»« .(?«?««,Krw-;hesitat« ; to say, that many of thCM infantile deaths tat occasioned by then*, of narcotic preparations. Dicp*, tinctures and sootinnjr -vrops sold' 1C- children's complaint* contain more or les* opium, or roo^rphiae. .They art, in considerable nuantitiea, deadly poison*.' In'any qnatfttity, they'.tupefy, r?Urd clrc-Iation "anil lead to tonrestioBs, nckn^u, death. ; There can be no danger in the use of Cai- torfcif if beam the signaturrf ( pf:.Cbas. H. Fletcher 1. a» it "contain* no opiates or naicotks of any kind.. ' Gfmmlitf 7worlm aiway. brarf the .Ifrn-rarc of ( the publicity comruitice. ' . ' The ainth auxtual. -bantiuet cC the Alctatii .-sscctaiion cl the Moyersdale ' I'Jilsh ychool \viit be Uoid in tiie nociiil j-room of 2ion Luthenui chinch on I Friday cveulng. May 31, after the c'oia- JiDoncernent exercises of the 1D1S ! class.; There will be ' an excellent j meau. served: sood speakers, music and the elecuou ol ofiiiefcrs "wiH take place. . Mr.;as;l Mrs. Itorry- E. -Satrmaii and three children inrt ':vli£^ Buida Powell of. Sowtrset. motor-.Hl here Wed- ccscray for a visit with friends. Dr.. D. I: JCurix of. Johnstown, was a professional visitor here a few days this week. N. B: Kyle, soperlntenileat of the "\Viudbcr lire-.fery, was' here' a few uays this week, with his '.brother, E. C. Kyle, and looking after business matters. · . ' Who to ratrunlit. Merchants who advertije their. The Daily Con^o- Matchless Styles--Matchless Varieties-Matchless .Values n_ "T_(e Big Stores" Ninth sf(?^^ ^·,-ji ..^xC- A ·/- ··^·f?' As A Practical Appreciation of Your Loyal and Generous Patronage We bare attained such a commanding leadership in this cprfimunitr in -HIinE SHORT YEARS BECAUSE we laye AtWATS given the MOST MERCHANDISE VALUE ; for the money. The Tory name of KOBA'GKEKS is associated with the term "save." Girls' Smart New Style $1.39, $1.50 and $1.75 Gingham Dresses Featuring up-to-the-minute modes in tub-proof Ginghams in- smart plaids, stripes, checks and combinations of plain colors. Size 6 to 16'years. Special at $1.19. $1.19 Children's 16 Black Ribbed .Hose, 1 1 /» the pair · JL JL \s Women's 39c Silk Fibre Hose, the pair --j Children's 20c Socks-sizes ;4 to 9, -|£ pair ADC · Women's 85c Art Silk Hose, pair Men's 20c Cotton Mixed Work Hose Men's -35c Black Lisle Ganze Hose 13c ;k Lisle 19c Anniversary Sayings at 39c Boys' 60c Simmer Union Suits _ Women's op to $LOO T«tle'1Ta:stfi at J _ Baby's 7Sc Soft Soled Shoes, odd sizes SOc Corsef COTCTS and Drawers Hen's np (o 75c Underwear at _I - SOc Game Uaion Suits . SOc . 3Dc S9o . 39o- . S9c . 39c Anniversary Savings at 59c Up to Sl-2. r lien's Dress Sliirts Bnbj's Sic White Dresses Women's $1.00 Dressing Sucques Boys np to 95c Wash Soils Regular Soc Kew Corsets Women's 75c Ganze Union Suits More Good News For Our Friends and Customers--Just Received 100 Brand New Garments SUITS--COATS--DRESSES Contributed by six of New York's leading manufacturers who wanted! f ~ give "the Big Store" customers remembrances (hat wouldn's be forgotten in a hurry. 17p t» tltlM Bn*i Jew Spring Suits, Coats and Dresses to «?5.00 Suits and Coats Brand Smr Spring Featured at In thle group are the most extraordinary values, socri- flcsd to ua »pecially for ttU anniversary event Sizes for women, miSMi and Innior*. Tbe carmenta In tnis group are th« lateet fltyles, popular colon and materials. Stzei for women, mluw. Junior*. Up to $46.00 Brand TSen Spring Suits, Coats and Dresses at t» IS5.00 snnt Kerr Spring , Coats and Dresses These garmente will be real sensation when they are placed on sale at this popular price. Finest up-to-the-min- nte suits, snappy spring coata and handsome new trrflnof ii In . this group are tnappy up-to-the-minute suits, clasay coats tau" beautiful silk, and serge dresses. ' f ' Dainty New Undermuslins Huntlreds of beautiful snow whito undergarments nnderpriced in this Anniversary event. G9c to 79c Undermuslins SSc to ?i.25 Ucdennusiins ?1.39 to ?1.50 Undermuslins 58c -78c 99c $2.S5to?2.98 " -\ /?0 ndcnn'.islina spJL.UO Undo Friday and Saturday We Will Feature 100 Smart Sew up to $8.50 TRIMMED HATS The assortment includes large picturesque Poke Sailors and drooping-brim effects--ol all Black Lisere, faced in black or colored Georgettes; also Summery Hats of Milan, Panama and Leghorn; trimmed with flowers arcd ribbons. Smart New Footwe,ar Featuring the last minute sty!« creations ai Anniversary prices. "Women's 7.00 DarX Bro-n-n Kid 'Oxfords*-Women's f S.50 New- Dark Tan Boots Women's ?D.50 New Grey Kid Boots Women's $10 Field- Mouse Kid Boots $4:45 $6.95 $7.95 $8.95 Anniversary Savings at 19c 25c Fiac Bleached Mnslin. yttnl 2. r .c Sew Spring Ginghams, yard 2ic and Sac NoTOlty Skirtings, yard L'Mldren's SOc Short trb'ite Dresses . 50c Carpet Slippers _____ 19c . J9c Iflc 19c Anniversary Savings at 89c Men's 81.25 Union Suits at SDc Women's, Boys' and Girls' Tennis Oxfords SOc Women's $1.25 House Dresses at _ SOc Women's $1.00 Striped Pi-rcale Petticoats Sftc $1.00 fircy CJmnibray Work Sliirts SOc lioys''$1.25 Dress Shirts at _.. SOc Just Compare ·^ (These AnBivufsary Specials. 69c S1.29 29c t-1.00 Bed Sheets, large size only ^(1.50 Extra Quality Rgd Sheets Regular S5c Pillow' Opportunities Worth lure 5Do Pull Bleached Table Dauiask, yard _ ii in. $1.00 Bkacliod Table Damask ISc Heavy Crash Toweling, yard 39c 79c 14c

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