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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, May 25, 1918
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SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1918. THE 13A1X.Y COURIER, CONNJ3LLSVILLE. PA. PAGE THREE. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN , Italians Observe A mil versa. ry of Country's Entry Into War. ELABORATE PARADE IS FEATURE Addresses Air Delivered at its Con- dwloi at loocks Park; HOTS leay. taf IB the Draft Are Gnesls at Din. ner at the T. 3C. C. A.; Other Sews; 1 · Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, May 25.--Italians oE Scottdale yesterday appropriately observed Italy. Day, the third anniversary o£ the entrance ol Italy into the war, .by an unusually fine parade during the evening. The parade formed at Bridge street at 7 o'clock. IB the 'line were tie Scottdale G. A. R. band, the fire department in uniform, Red Cross representatives, colored band, Scottdale and Everson societies, the Italian Beneficial society, Sons of Italy and Italian bo'ys and girls in Red Cross uniform. The kaiser was in the parade and was led by Uncle Sam, who had aim in chains. The Boy Scouts also marched. The parade moved up Pittsburg street and out to Loucks Park, where a very nicely arranged program was curried out, as follows: Song, "America;" prayer by the Rev. H. D. Allen; address by John W. Snyder of Greensburg, who spoke In English, and by the Kev, Albanese, who addressed them in Italian. The committee in charge vas the Rev. Albanese, MUce ilagleri, E. Minnicuici, A. C. Fauaro, J3. JRuggiero, Angela Fe- tracca and Antoine Lanzino. · Draftees Banqaeteu. Toe men who left from this end of District Ko. 7 this morning reported at the Y. M. C. A. here last evening at 5.10 o'clock and were inducted into, the United States arm}-. The ladies'" auxiliary had ready a very nice supper, and. just as the boys were taken into the service they were given a place at the table. Barjcell's orchestra furnished the music and the Rev. I. E. Bunk addressed the boys. Tfce addresses were hurried. throu-gh wfth so that those who wished might witness the Italian-American parade. Those men who wished were allowed by the .board members to go home for the night and report back early this morning. Baseball Season Opened. In the first game of the Junior Public Athletic league the North Side aggregation took Loucks Avenue into cam-p by the score of 27 to 8. The . following · schedule has been arranged: May 25, Everson vs. Browntown; May 27, North. Side vs. Walnut Avenue; Jlay 29. Pine Tree vs. Browntown; May 31, Everson vs. Loucks Avenue; June 3, Pime Tree vs. North Side; June a. Loucks Avenue vs. Browntown; June 7, Pine Tree vs. Evarson; -June 10, Loucks Avenue vs. "Walnut Avenue; Jnne 12, Bverson vs. North Side; June 14, Browntown vs. North Side; June 17, Browntown vs. Walnut Avenue; June 19, Ijjucts Avenue vs. Pine Tree; June 21, Everson vs. Walnut Avenue. -Persona). ilid-sumroer showing oC Leghorn, Milan, and white hats. Special display of sport and country club hats; Gage and Castle hats.shown. P. A. McFarland, 111 West Apple street. One-fourth off on air early 'season hats.--Adv.-21-5t. Mrs. Michael Ratetto ot Punisu- tawney, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kelly. Hereafter The Aaron Store Will Be Closed ·i Monday Evenings Open Saturday Evenings as usual-till 1O P. M. CoimellsTille's Reliable fl AEON'S Jlousefurnishers Since jiaOl. "TIZ" FOR SORE, TIRED FEET-AH! "liz" is Grand for Aching, Swollen, Tender, Calloused Feet or Corns. THE ·THE CLAIM"--A five part Metro feature, in which Edith Storey, the versatile star, is seen in-the leading role, is being shown today. As Belie Jones, the western dance hall girl. Miss Storey is cas'. in, the type of a role in which she first endeared herself to the public as a motion picture star of the first rank. Alt oil the acting in this "western" is not gay, however, and the star is called upon to play many sympathetic scent'5, wherein she capably portrays Belle Jones, when her maternal love for her child is awakened and leads to..her. regaining "The Claim," her child. Near the climax Miss Storey is called upon to act in another kind o! love scene, with a man. Here also does the popular star appear to ad-vantage, bringing the pitcure to a close with a list of varied phases of portrayal, each with a superior interpretation. Wheeler Oafcman, who' was Miss Storey's leading man in "Eevenge," appears opposite the star in the role of John McDonald. A selected comedy is included. Monday, Mat Allison, the popular, screen, star, wilt appear in "Social Hypocrites," a Metro feature. Wednesday, Ella' Hall will be starred in "A Mother's Secret," and ou Thursday. "Masks and Faces," a World production ot exceptional interest, will be shown. Ah! what relief. fJo more tirod feet; no more burning feet; no more swollen, aching, tender, sweaty feet. No more soreness in, corns, callous- es, bunions. No matter what ails your feet or wliat under the ?un you've tried wit£- ont getting relief, just use "Tiz." "Tiz" is Che only remedy that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet. "Tiz" cures your foot trouble so you'll never limp or draw up your face in pain. Your shoes won't seem tight and your feet will never, never hurt .or get sore and swollen. Think of i't. no more foot mi?ery, no more agony from corns, callouses or bunions. Get a 25-cent box at any drag store , · or department store and get Instant |; relief. Wear smaller shoes. Just I ; once try "Tiz." Get a whole year's foot comfort tor only 25 cents. Think ot it.--Adv. Real Money Cm Be $«TC] by Having Tour Hat Cleaned and Reblocfced into the Latest Shape by oar Ejcperienced and Expert Hat Cleaner, who makes a special study ot all Panama work. "We use no acids and guarantee all our work to be the best, Established 1906. The American Up-to-Date Bat Cleaning Parlor .1. I,. PKRllCS, Proprietor. 'ill "W. Crawford Avc.. CONNELLSVILLE. PENNA. F. S. Gerhard of the West Side is building an addition to his residence. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gollcr "have returned trom Heading, Pa., where Mr. Goller was representative to the grand lodge of Odd Fellows from the local lodge here. ' 1 Mr. and Mrs. V~." "tz have returned home -to . . Castle af- j ter being here attending the funeral j of Mr. Frantz' father, T. B. Frantz. | George Frazee has returned from a | business visit -to Connellsvilie. I Miss Myrtle Grants nas gone to McKeesport to visit friends a few days, j Mrs.. G. C. Michaels has returned j I from Oklahoma where she bad been j j visiting her daughter and son-in-law, ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McClune. She was' accompanied home by Mrs. McClune and two children, who will visit here part of the summer. Yoflgh House LUNCH STAND The leading lunch stand o£ Connellsville. Supplies received fresh every day. Head the following list of sandwiches: "Weiners . 5c Boiled Eggs 5c Pie, per cut , 5c Ham lOc Cheese | Fried Egg _10c ! _ioc : TOUGH HOUSE KITSCH STASD West Crvnford ATCHBO The Car of Your Choice It is a well known fact that a shortage of motor cars is inevitable. Already there have been substantial curtailments in production and the freight situation has made deliveries extremely difficult. So now is the time of all times to buy the car of your choice. If you put the matter off too long you may have to compromise on "any car" that is available. And that is never a very satisfactory way to solve your automobile problem. If you are like the average intelligent American, you have already decided what car you prefer and can afford to purchase. Quite naturally, we hope that your choice has been a Paige. But, at any rate, be sure to buy the car that you believe in--and buy it immediately. In the field of mechanical products, the Paige nameplate stands as an unquestioned guarantee of honest manufacturing and fair dealing. It is a hall mark of quality--a symbol of our obligation and the confidence and respect which our product enjoys. We ask you to buy that nameplate--rather than four wheels and a painted body. We ask you to buy a reputation that has endured through many fitful periods in the motor car industry--a reputation that will endure so long as Paige cars are made for and sold to the American people. PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN JOHN RHODES AGENT, WEST SIDE CONNELLSV1LLE Itntunl Garage Jfow Open for Business. N. E. Bills has rented the Pclty building on TVest Crawford avenue, TVcst Side, to open up a No. 1 garage, Vnere ail kinds of first class repair work will be done promptly. It is Mr. Ellis' intention to make it the most modern garage in Connellsrille. His plant will be under the management of Mr. Charles Bouls, formerly of Oniontown. Oxy-acetylene welding a specialty. Now ready to store cars. Give us a call.--Adv.-23-25. NAPOLEON ONCE SAID A Fooiijors Army la An Army H»]f Defeated." Men in Training Campa, fn CaBtoameiiU, In the Ariaj and Navjr ·offer from blutera and lore ·poison their feet. X.rerr "Comfort Kit" ·houlcl contain one or in ore boxeaof Allen 'a Foot- Kue, the antiseptic 'powder to aaefce into the IOOM. lefrMbenstto tired, aching, ·martioe feet rod heal* blUtcra and fore apota. Tne Flauaburx Camp Maniwl adrte* men in training; to make d*UjB**«f Poot--Kate, gold everywhere, Sic. THEATRE. "ROSE OF THE TVOKliD. 1 '--iFea- turing Elsie Ferguson showing today. In accordance with his progressive policy the manager of the Orpheum theatre announces the engagement of the second Biltie Burke picture 'released by Paramount. "The Land of Promise," for Monday and Tuesday. Confluence. " CONFLUENCE, May 25.--The many friends of A. R- Humbert will be Slad to learn he is improving from the injuries he recently sustained when he fell against a chair. George Phillippi of Unioritown is spending a few days here with 013 -Stammer I^EGHOEN, -MILAN AND ·WHITE HATS. SPECIAL DISPLAY OP SPORT AND COUNTRY CLUB HATS GAGE AND CASTLE HATS SHOWN. ' T. A. Ill TV. APPLE STREET. One-fourth off on all early seasoa Hats. --THE-- EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE AT HOME.' Strictly Fresh, Clean and Pure. ASK FOR OUH SPECIAL CLUB BKEAPAST AND SUNDAY DINNER. "Our Pastries Are Delicious Because They Arc Homemade." NEXT DOOK TO WEST PENN WAITING ROOM. Bell Telephone Operating Work near your home in pleasant and healthful surroundings, with excellent opportunities for rapid advancement Unusual opportunities for earnest, intelligent young women be- tween 13 and 24 years of age. New. employes are paid while learning and are readily advanced. Comfortable sitting room for reading and relaxation when 'off duty. '. . Good'opportunity for senior and supervising positions. Apply to the Chief Operatotr of the central office. Title Trust Bmlding, Connellsville. UP TO THE MAM, You get hair when you use our BALD FIKAD HAIR GBOWEHI Telephone' and ask questions Blllr Forat, Seottdale's .-atronize Those Who. Advertise. s» A S?£LWi__. . nia«Ec«,S*f»tt, Always RelUbl* SOlBBVOfiUQOBTSEVEOTWHW Who to Patronize. Those who advertise in The Daily Courier- Capian's Store AT VANDERBILT WILL DONATE 10 PER CENT OP THEIR CASH RECEIPTS (OP SATURDAY) TO THE Red Cross MOVE BY AUTO TRUCKS BOW PHONES OPPMAN'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WMtman's to Your Friends is Ik Service Nothing is more appreciated by an Army or Navy man than a box.of candy. There isn't any better, thaa Whitman's, so why not include some in the next 1ox you send to training camp or overseas? We Have It In All Size Packages. Collins' Drug Store South Pittsburg Street. Patronize Those Who Advertise in The Courier. THE EFFECT OF COXCESTEATED EFFORTS In these strenuous times of war, we know the effect of concentrated efforts-they make for efficiency. Prudent is he who concentrates his efforts on saving-who makes regular deposits to his credit with the Union National Bank. CONNEU.5V1LLE.PA. Your account is invited. **'* ' · IWESTSIDE) 3% Interest EaM on Savings Accounts. UNION NATIONAL BANK

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