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PAGE SIX. f HE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL] ,SVILLE, PA. THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 20, 1930. V* ^ P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mrs. Briwanl K. D i c k , Jr., ot Lincoln avenue wat the- jp'-st of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley M. Byers of U n i o n t o w n yesti-nlay. "Blue Seal Oloimer, best cleaner sold. [ K d w a r d Haev, g e n e r a l hardware, 51S West C r a w f o r e . avenue.--Advertiso- ment.--15 f e b - X t - r o d . A f r s . J. C. R e m i n g t o n , who has boon n. r OR! (tent of T y r o n e , is v i s i t i n g her | paronl.s, Mr. and Mrs. K. Sagerholm of j ' U n i o n t o w n . M r . R e m i n g t o n , w h o h a d been manager of the F. \V. W o o l w o r t h C o m p a n y s t o r e in Tyrone has boon transferred to Oak H i l l , \V. Va,, where he w i l l beconu m a n a g e r of a new store opened by the company, Don't forpot the baked ham supper at tho First Presbyterian Church, Thursday, Fobuiary 20. G i v e n by T. J. Hooper Bible Claiw. Tickets 75 c«nts.---Adverthsoment.--19feb-2t. Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Gault of Mount Pleasant visitcii f r i e n d s in U n i o n t o w n yesterday. Mr. ClauU attended a meeting of tho m a n a g e r s of th« Union S u p p l y Company's stores. Miss Irene P:uila. Miss Lilly Leppe, Mrs. M. D. Kluio, Miss Era-ma Palladino, Miss A l v a Palladino, Misses -Mary, Sue and Jo Paula, Miss K l v l r n O a s t c ' l n n o , Mr-;. J e r r y Barhar. Mrs. Sieve Homeo, Mrs. Irene Santilli and Miss Josephine- Kcelu of U n i o n t o w n a t t e n d e d a benefit card party given T u e s d a y n i g h t in St. Rita's h a l l by Our Lady of M o u n t Cannel Sodality. The c o n d i t i o n of Hev. K. A. HodU, pastor of t h i T h i r d Presbyterian C h u r c h ol I ' n i i - n t o w n , a patient in the U n l o n i o w n Hospital, ia reported to bo imc.hanice'.l. Mrs. C l a r k e Newcomer of ITnion- t o w n was t h e guest ot relatives at 1 Jaw son yt-: it-relay. E d w a r d P a t r i c k a t t e n d e d a danco K i v e n Tuesday n i g h t i n t h e G n l l a t i n Ciardens. U n i o n l o w n , by St. (IreBory'i Choral Society. Mrs. K. C. Kelly ot Scottdale was the guest of MM. W. C. Mooro of Ktist C r a w f o r d a v e i . u e yestenlay. ('. C. Kont, ;eneral secretary of the Haiti more Ohio Y. M. C. A. will leave t o n i g h t fur a business t r i p to A t l a n t a , Oa., his former homo. Mrts. M. J. K e r r i g a n of Snyder street was t h e guest of relatives at Meyers- ilalo today. Mr. and M-s. T. H. K d m o n d a of F r a n c i s UVMHI s p e n t the daV in Pittsburg. Mrs, A. S. M a r i e t t a , who has been seriously ill . ' erysipelas at her homo in A k r o n , Obi-), is reported to be get- t i n g ;ts well a;-t can be expwted. Mrs. Marietta was f o r m e r l y Mis* Hebecca Pen rod of this- place. Mrs. S. C. O inter of Uniontown was t h e guest of Miss Marie 10. Young of West C r a w f o r I avenue today. Mr. mill M r s . Willis Osier of Uniontown attended the play, "Why Not." g i v e n last .nl;;lit u n d e r the auspices of the M o z a r . Club. DEPEND ON ZEMO TO STOP ITCHING (jHr, s o o t l i l n i : , healing:, I n v i s i b l e ilemo f o r t h e ( o r t u r a o f I t c h [rue .Skin. T h i s c l e a n , r e l i a b l e f a m i l y i i r i t U e p t i e h e l p s b r i n e r e l i e f n t h o u s a n d s of h o m e s stops I t i ' i i l n K a n d d r a w s t h e h e a t a n d s t i n K o u t o f t i l e s k i n . Xf.-mo has been used f u r t w e n t y y e a r s w i t h r e m a r k a b l e , BHC'i-ess f o r a l l f o r m s of a m i o y i n g r , I t c h i n g ' s k i n r r l t a t l o n s . " R e l i e f w i t h t i m t a p p l i c a t i o n , " t h m i H a n d K say. SGc. Ulh; and 51.OO. All d e a l e r s . -- A d v e r t i s e - m e n t . REV. ARNDT SPEAKS AT U. B. REVIVAL Continued and g r o w i n g interest ami a t t e n d a n c e n a r k e d the r e v i v a l meet- 1ujrs at l!u First United Brethren C h u r c h . About 175 people wore present last n i g h t to near Rev. R. H. A r n r t t , pastor of PayyUe Charge of I he U n i t e d H r e t h r f c n C h u r c h , flis sermon was on I he text from Amos, "Wo« U n t o Theni Tluit Are si KHSQ lu Zion.'' A f!eloKati7! frow: the )0a.st l-lnd U n i t e d Brothron Church was present. W a l t e r M u u j anil Albert. Wagner of t h a t c h u r c h took part In the service by leading in p r a y e r . Tho e n t h ' M i a s t i c gospel songs by the congrofvi.Uon txmtimws to be an in.splrinn p u r l ot the service each n i g h t . The i i ' i o r u s choir u n d e r tho direction of Mrs. V. K a x e c h o l m ronderu apodal inujsi'; oath evening. C a p t a i n C. J. Kox of t h e Salvation A r m y was .-igain contri'iuted to the service w i t h \\\» cornet accompanl- inent and also liy a vocal solo, which touched t.'ae audience. T h r e e m'-iiisto.rs of the city are among the speakers t h i s week. Aev. GK R. K r u p p , pastor- tf UK* first United Pi^Bbyieriun C h u r c h , siKl;e Tuesday nlgfct. T,«ii,;ht the ttpoakor will b» Rev. J. II. l.asn'bertsoii, pastor o£ the Kirst Melho!ist Protestant C h u r c h . Tomorrow e v e n i n g Hev. K. X. Duty 01 Uu C h r i s t i a n , will he the speaker. S u n d a y and t h r o u g h o u t next week '.ho pastor, Rev. K. A. SchulU, will preach each night. .Miss i n t t n DiUrm'i IHes. .Miss Anrui U i t t m a n , a b o u t 6u years ukl, .unit o!' ,V!ra. K. V. Hendlne of K r a n k l l u avi i;ue, dletl Tuesday at hoi- homo in Jiloomfiold, Pittsburg. Tho f u n e r a l «orv;ce WHS hold t h i s m o r n i n g ut St. Josoph'e Catholic Church, Bloomilold. Mns. Renvllne attended the service. Aunt Met I»Y RODIXSHI' "These dang(?T( us times a woman ain't, got no business leavin' home in a corset he'd be ashamed to have took off by strange doctors." Sore Throat GONE SETTLEMENT OF TAX1CAB STRIKE SOUGHT BY MAYOR PYTHIANS WILL OBSERVE ORDER'S 69TH ANNIVERSARY Kayotto Ixdge N - i . 23!) of Connells- v i l l e w i l l celebrate tlw 6 U l h anniversary of the Order of Knlgths o£ Pythias with other lodges in the southwest, section of tho county this evening at Smlthfield with the latter organization as host to the Pas; Chancellors Association. The meeting w i l ! be entirely for the veterans of tho orrer, There has been ii good program a' ranged for tho entertainment of tin? chancellors. Alembons of the local lodge wil! leave here at G o'clock this evening for SmithJlelrl, ma.'; ing the pilgrimage by automobile. A arge number have isgnified their int Mitions ot m a k i n g the t r i p . There w i l l lie n o m i n a t i o n of now officers for the ei suing year during the business periol. Tho next meeting of the as-socuilion -vlll be held at Mon- esseu in March. The Order of k n i g h t s of Pythian celebrated its e t x t /-sixth anniversary Wednesday, February 19, throughout tho United States. Dominion of Canada, Alaska, Cana' Zone, Hawaii and Philippines. The K n i g h t s of Pythias had its inception in tho cit; of Washington on February 19, 18G1. The- conception of this great fratc-rv ,il order originated with J u s t u s H. lUiihbone who took the story of Damon and Pythias as tho basis for its prii ciples. The old fa- m i l i a r story of lamon and Pythias portrays the most sacred examples of true f r i e n d s h i p e istiug between man and man that ove:r i l l u m i n e d the pages of h i s t o r y . Today there are over fi.aOO subordinate lodgt- , with a total membership of over ii m i l l i o n with assets of over ?-10,000,(,'i 0. The various departments of the order are: an insurance depart me n t with total assets ot o v e r $23,000,001 and which has paid to widow.s and i-rphana to date the sum of over $70,i DO,000 and now has over $150.000,000 cC insurance in force. The military department (commonly k n o w n as the Uniterm R a n k ) has a membership o over 15,000. It is under the m a n a g e m e n t of tho supreme assembly composed o£ brigado com manders with a major general comm a n d i n g . It eiup maizes the patriotic d u t y of the Pyi hiatus, The Pythian Sisters is one of 'he most valuable of the a u x i l i a r i e s . It has a supreme gov- e r n m e n t and e n - n d temples In each grand domain. In addition to its beau- t i f u l r i t u a l i s t i c %v»ik, it is engaged in a l t r u i s t i c effort 3 second to none among the woun n'« organizations o£ the country. Over 200,000 women make up its members) ip and constitute a driving force for good in every comm u n i t y where tli sy are organized. The Knights o) Khorussau (Dokies) is the playgroutul o£ the order, and its members an frequently referred to as the "Sunshine boys." Its ritualistic work Is ot t 10 highest excellence and its mission i; to encourage a more intimate Pythiai; acquaintance and closer brotherhood. I t is wielding a tremendous and powerful Influence for the general Prthlan good. The bonevoleii'-es o£ tho Knights of Pythias is f u r reaching and in a standard of gen svosity" which other organizations endeavor to attain. At present the vat Sous homos for orphans, aged Pyt ilans and widows of PythlatiH represi :it an expenditure ot' over $5,000,000. I'enuBylvaula haa two homes for c h i l d r e n and aged Pythlans a n d widowH. OU-er homes in various slates are now u ider construction and g r a n d domains in fourteen states have already established roliet f u n d s total- ling over $500,01 0. The KnightH o* Pythins was the first fraternal organ: nation to receive a charter f r o m th.» United States government u n d e r i special net of Congress. If, was the lir* order to re-quire our flag to be displa /ed and saluted in its cafclo halls. It wus the fi -at fraternal order to start to raisi a fund for our sol- i That sore throat needn't last much' | longer *,han it takes to dissolve two tab- I (eta of Bayer Aspirin in quarter of a, Elaas t f water, and gargle. There is nothing like this treatment for its complete relief; nothing quicker, or more far-reaching in its effects. It reduces the inf:c"tim. To end #. sore throat in a ' hurry--to prevent its developing tonsi- I litis--remember this gargle. And you ; doubtUss know its comfort in headaches from colds, and other cauws; and for neurah'i" pains; neuritis, rheumatism, lumbago, etc. Sec proven directions in 1 everv box of the genuine Bayer Aspirin. Every drugstore has this perfect antidote for pain. Aspirin is tha trade marit of Bayer manufacture of monosuxsUc- acidest-cr of salicylicacid. By U n i t e d Press. PITTSBURC5. Feb. 20.--Spui by the liret killing in ttio 40 d; cab strike, Mayor Charles H. Superintendent of Police Peter Sheriff Cain ami James Kae, pi of tho Chamber (if Commnrce, conference today dikcureing th bilitiefi of harring all cabs fi streets until settlement IB effe- tween the Htrikerjs' jand the Gr Yellow Cib companiee. P.efore e n t e r i n g ttie col Walsh announced that lie ha pietely exonerated aru! reflt d u t y Motorcycle Patrolman W! Harrison who whol: and ki(ied Driebhoki, 24, f o l l o w i n g an upon seven cabe near laet mid the Baltimore Ohio Ilailroad Eight strikebreiikeri^--four and tour guards--wens injun cabe were stoned from jwesli mobiles last night and today. red on y taxi- Kline, Waleh, esident vere in m the ted been and Terence corn- red to Ham R. vVllliam attack light at station. drivers d when g auto- The Pick of the Orient TEA "Fresh from the Gardens" In Packets and Individual Tea-Bags 799 diers and their dependents in tbe great World War. It was tho first fratornul orclor to purc.his-0 llherty bondtt through Its in- Biiranoe department. It was th-e first fraternal ord-er to say t h a t a saloonkeoper could nut bo- come- a member. It was th-e first fraternal order to say that Its r i t u a l could only be printed in tho English language. It ·vvas tho first f r a t e r n a l order to open its doors to boya IS yeara of age. (Alphous K, Wlllson l o d R R has the din- Unction of initiating .recently an 18- year-old-boy.) There are over 2.000 members enrolled in the various K n i g h t s o£ Pythias lodges In southwestern Pennsylvania They are located In Uniontown, Smlthfi-olil, Fuirchancft, Brownsville, Mone'ison, Gre-eTisburg, Scott dale. Con ivellsville. Star Junction and Dunbar. Th-se lodges are affiliated with tho Past Ohanc-ellora AsHoclation ot South- Pennsylvania. Bladder Troubles Bother ManyPast40 Seven Out of Ten Arc Victims Bnl Writer Tells How "UnUabs" Bring Sw!U, Amnzing RclJ-f With Kenewed Vital Force. "No one k n o w s b e l t e r t h a n 1. t h e h o r r o r of Joyless d a y s and sleepless n l g - h t s . T h e y h a v e bepri t i m e s w h e n 1 f e l l lopeless a n d helplest;--JUH] w h e n r n y T 7 e a k n « B S paused m e t h e m o s t I n tense h u m i l i a t i o n . O n l y t h o s e w h o l i a v c g-one t h r o u g h such t o r t u c s can possibly realise my great . s a t i s f a c t i o n w h e n Dr. South w w o r t h ' s UKATAB.S b r o u f ; h t m o q u i c k r e l i e f . URATABS a r t t r u l y w o u d e r f u l , a n d I. give them tiill prols;." Such a m a z i n g e v i d e n c e ) s e r v e s as o ' m v l n c l n r proof of the p o w e r of Ufl.ATA2.iS to relieve those distressing a l l m r n t K so o f t e n a h a n d i c a p to those In m . d d l e lite. O v e r w o r k e d . Hlug-irfsh K i d n e y s , a n d U l a d t l e r "Weakness, b r i n g ' on » m a n y d i s t r e s s i n g . a i l m e n t s w h i c h ao o f t e n lead to serious d i s e a s e s ; t h a t every suf- f e r e r f r o m TjamoiK.-Bs, P a i n s In back a n d d o w n t h r o u g h g r o i n s , s c a n t y b u t fre*ivent u r i n a t i o n , " O e U I » g - u p - N i « r h t s " N e r v o u s I r r i t a b i l i t y and Lack of Force -- s h m i l d t r y t h e a m a z i n g v a l u e o f D r South worth's U U A T A B S at once. U n i o n Druf.- Co., or any Rood d r u j f B l s t w i l l s u p p l y you on a s u a r a n t e o of satisfac- t i o n or m o n e y back. Ju«t Off the Wire By U n l t o f l Presn, PARIS, Feb. 20--CamiUo Chauteinps, atte-mpting to form a new government 10 solve the crisis caus«l by the def«it of tlie Tardieu cabinet met with his tlrst ecrloiu) setback today when for- ,mer Premier Tardieu refused to accept a portfolio. * * * HARRISBURQ, Feb, 20.--Samuel S. Lewie, candidate for the Republican nomination for governor, returned herf today from Philadelphia where he a per I last night in conferences. Lewis said he had received many pledges of support while in Philadelphia but de- clIUQd to aay with whom he conferred. » * · HARRISBURG, Feb. 20.--The first nominating petitions for the May primaries were filed today in tho State Election Bureau. They are Representative Bart RlchardH, newspaper man, who seeke RepuMic-an renomlna- tion for the- House in the New Caetle city district of Lawrence county, and ·Representative Poelor who seeks Republican nomination from Indiana county. * * * . ELIZABETH, N. J., Feb. 20.--Desperate efforts were made today "to savs the lives of the burned, tortured survivors of the triple explosion at the Bay Way Refinery of the Standard 011 Company of Ne«' Jersey which so tar had taken a'death toll of 11 men. * * * WASHINGTON, Pel). 20.--Flagrant violation of the prohibition law i« per- mit:e.l aiut evtm condoned by officials in St. Louis, Chicago, Cleveland and New York, the Mouse Judiciary Comm i t t e e was it-old today by attorneys from the f o u r cities, each of whom advocated ropetil of the ISlh A m e n d m e n t an the only cure for this condition, The witnesses at tho committee's hearlnfs on bills to modify or repeal the dry la\v Included a former sonutor, George H. Williams of St. Louie, a former aa- H l B t a n t secretary of war, Venedict Crowell of Cleveland, Ralph M. Shaw of Chicago and Frederick R. Coudert of Now York. Beautiful Won\en Use Mello -glo l i e n u t l o a wiio s'uarrl t h e i r con use MKL,L,O-CH..O l-'n:- Powd Famous f o r p u r i t y -- I t s c o l o r i n la approved !· Ux; C}"vernmr .skin n e v e r looks p a s l y or d spreads rnoro s m o o t h l y and a y o u t h f u l b l o o m . M'Kle by French process, MKLL.O-OL Powder stays on l o n g e r , Ud C o n n e l l . s v l l l e Drug Co, plexions ·r only*. -; m a t t e r it. Tho iky. H ,rocUir«s ii new 3 Faon t. at llic SPECIAL SERVICES SUNDAY EVENING AT CHRISTIAN CliURCH Special evangolifiUc eervlce -will lie held at the First Christian Church each Sunday evening at. 7:3 o'clock, beginning Sunday, February 2», until tho 1300th anniversary of I intecost, J u n e S. Special evaogefietl- muBic will bo furnished by the choir A bap- tismfl) service will follow ; n« even i n g sftrvice- Sunday, Pebrum / 23. Kev. Elf gene N. Duty, the pa (tor, will preach at tlw«e esrvlcea. The therm- Sunday night -vill be "Tho Great Contrast." SECRETARY JORDAN HERE NOT SUNDAY Dr. C. G. Jordan, State SH rotary ot Agriculture, will spoah nox Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at tl e United Presbyterian Church according to a letter received today by tb pastor, Rev. G. R-. Krupp. D$. Jordan was to have sp ken last Sunday but could not come. Sportsmen's Local Committees M jet Friday Evening Thore will be a'meeting of committees of ConnfilktvUlu Lot il o£ the Fayette County Fish and G ime Protective Association Frfclay t rening at S o'clock at th-e Baltimore Ohio Y. M. C. A. Denies Husband's Cha UMONTOVVX, Feb. DO.-Peck today fllod an answer vorco suit of her husband, 1 which she dented that she 1 or indecent names at him, ever got d r u n k ir thai, she her housework. She auks f pending tho outcome of t) euit. Sh'O «ayH that her In making $200 a month at C A rule wufi iiiaiied on P-eci cause why he eboulc! not p mony. ires. Provie C. ;o the di- uce-ell, in urled vl!» that she neglected r alimony e divorce 3band is rindstone, to show y her ali- Mnrdcress Breaks I FLORENCE, Arl*., Feb knowledge that she must lu TOW morning unlcBs some i fast, tninuto action saves 1 Mrs. Eva D u g a n , convicte murder of A. J. M a t h i s to b in her cell toclay. The won an-ii screamed hysterically than an hour until the pri clan finally succeeded in qi Indefinitely. nil. 20.--The ng tomor- nexpected ar caused 1 o£ the ·e-ak down an sobbed for more ·on physi- ietlng her MERCHANTS WARNED OF BAD CHECK MAN A message w a r n i n g all merchants to be on the lookout for a bad check artist who gives the name o£ "James Folia" and who exhibits a discharge paper £rom the State Police, was sent over the state-wide, h o o k u p of the teletype system today. Tho man has been instrumental in cashing many checks which came back "no funds." Mrs. Clasp«r's Funeral Th-e funeral service for Ganter Clasper, widow of Clasper, will be held tomoi noon at 1:30 o'clock at tb her father, W, A. Ganler a Bullskin township. Rev. Graham, pastor ot the Firs Episcopal Church, of whit a member, will officiate, will be made in Hill Orov Victor, 'Irs. Marie lurrold B. row after} home of Bellview, David R. Methodist i she was Interment ^Cemetery. At the Hospital. Joseph Williams of Haas avenus was takon to Conn-ollsville State Hospilal for treatment. Healthy babies get life's best breaks," say experts T HE first few years of the child's life--those are the important formative years when his physique (as well aa his habits) geta "set." Those are the years when you want to protect his health in every way. Hayo a doctor look after him regularly. And in between times, no matter how healthy he appears, be prepared for little emergencies. "Vaseline" Petroleum Jelly will be a big help. It ia the approved first aid for chafed skin, sunburn, minor cute, scalds, burns and bruises. Use it in baby's regular bath routine, too. After you dry him apply a little to prevent chapping. His nostrils should be gently cleaned with feterile cotton swabs dipped in "Vaseline". Petroleum Jelly. A separate supply of "Vaseline" Jelly should be kept for the baby, ready for instant application. Sold everywhere in tubes and bottles. And remember when you buy that the trademark Vaseline on the label is your assurance that you are getting the genuine product of the Chesebrough Manufacturing Co., Cons'd, 17 State Street, New York. Here and There By United Press, HARIUSBURCi, Feb. ID.--Two huge baskets of flowers in which orchlda and roses formed the centerpieces graced tho desk of Secretary of Internal Affairs James F. Woodward today. Kmployes in tho Dopartmont presented the flowers In observance of tho Secretary's 62nd birthday anniversary.' Secretary Woodward started his birthday anniversary celebration with the circulating of nominating petitions in every county ol' the state. · * · ·"PITTSBURG, Feb. 19.--Fear that David Rosen, 10, has been kidnapped loomed today when the child failed to return home after an'absence ot three days. David, who lives with hia father, came home for his lunch Monday noofl and returned to school in the afternoon. His playmates believed he left for home after classes were over but he has not been seen since. « » * AUBURN, N. Y., Feb. 10.--The three convicts who last week vere found g u i l t y of the m u r d e r of one of their fellows in tho A u b u r n prison riot ol Decemiber 11 today were- sentanced to die In the e-lecfcric chair at Sing Sing during the week of. March 31. Automatic stay of execution came wLen appeals were filed on behalf ot the condemned trio. * * * WASHINGTON, Fob. 19--The "Protestant Church lobby" ie ro.sponislble for both prohibition and the condition It has developed, Ilenry E. Joy, Detroit automobile manufacturer, charged today before the House Judiciary Coni- zahtee which resumed hearings on proposals to modify or repeal the 18th Amendment. Joy also charged that G-eorge W. Wickersham, chairman of President Hoover'e Law Enforcement Commission, has been for years a power tn the'organization which sup- porte the church lobby. Use Chtsslfled Ads. P.esuHs quickly follow. "Marie, How Do You Keep Your Skin so Lovely?" "'THAT'S easy, I just use Reainol Soap aa my regular toilet soap , every day, and if I have a pimple or any suggestion of a rash or roughneta, I put on a little Reainol Ointment and it clears itright up," , Many women "whose complexions you adi lire are .using just this treatment. They find that Resinol Soap n t only helps to overcome pimples, blackheads, oiliness, etc., but its daily use tends to prevent those, conditions. Its clean tonic odor is delightful and its action is so gentle it is agreeable tc the mo it sensitive skins. They use Resinol Dintment too because it so quickly heals those minor skin irritatior j which everyone has sometimes, and they find it a soothing dressi ig for burns, aore corns-, chafing, blisters, etc. At all druggies. F R E E Sunple of each, enough f»r a week'* trial. Write Rec Dept- 97, Baltimor*, Md. Resinol \'- Our Stnmlfng fiu.-irnntcc--Sadsfaclioii tr Your Money Back We Give S. H. Discount Stamps ONLY 2 MORE DAYS Annual February n Sale Feature Rayon Ruffled Curtains $1.95 1 Rejjularly priced at $2.50 Fine quality figured rayon with 54-inch valance, double ruffled. Each curtain is full width and has large ruffles, i 14 yards long. Tie-backs to match. Lace Curtain Panels $1.00 Were $1.25, $1.39 and $1.50 These bea Jtiful lace curtain panels will make your home more attractive. In ecru, with a three-inch bullion fringe. 2'/i yards in length. Cottage Curtain Sets 97c Seven piece sets of marquisette with barred borders. Complete with tie-backs. A special White Sale value. Re-Opened . Under New Management The COLONIAL RESTAURANT 132i North Pittsbuprg Street Home-like, American cooking and a full line'of Kauth's fresh- baked pastries. Open 5:30 A. M. Until 9 P.M. "Cleanliness, Service, Good Food Moderately Priced"-Is Our Motto. Open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Eyes Ivxn mined and Frameg Fitted 'LICENSE! "OMET! :: 109 »orth Pitlshurff Street 1 PATRONIZE THOSE WHO ADVERTISE

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