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I MONDAY,-MAT 27, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER. COIS 7 NEL,LSVILLE, PA. 1 -' THE FjUtAMODXT. il. i 'Â·* "SOCIAL HYPOCRITES."--A Metro Jeatuve in -which May Allison, the "trilUant star is seen in a spelndid TOle, is being shown today. Upon the death of her father, who has been accused at cheating at cards, Lenora Fielding is cared for by Lady Mount- Stephen. Later Lady Mountstephen tires of Lenora and refuses to PÂ»y her extravagant bills. Ixrd Royle. who has been attentive to her, pays the ... bills. She afterwards learns that he i is married to Lady Norton. Lenora, i - 'desiring to repay Lord Royle, determines to be revenged, and, after substituting duplicate marked cards, accuses Lenora Â«f being a cheat. Lenora is ordered to leave. A friend, whoso love she has not reciprocated. Dr. Sampson, comes to her rescue, and announces he is going to marry her. A handbag which Lenora picks up by an error establishes her innocence, and ber father's memory is clcawd by the dying words of Earl of St Albans. A selected comedy is included. Tomorrow William Desmond will appear in "Society for Sale." The Universal Weekly and a comedy are also.^Included on the-program. Wednesday, "A Mother's Secret," .starring - Ella Hall, will be shown, and'on "Thursday"Masks and Paces," in which Sir Johnstone Forbes-Robertson, Is the star, will be presented. Friday and Saturday. "The Beloved Traitor," in which Mae Marsh is seen in the quaintest, most charming role she has yet undertaken, will be the attraction. ABCADE THEATBE. A Nurse's Story A FV Woman's Experience New CASTLE, PA,--".I mow a ]ittlÂ« about Dr. Pierce *s medicines. I^-n-ns a j nurse, did qnito a Â· bit of nursing, especially women, | and always recom- 'Â· mended 'Favorite I Prescription' and \ it wag used in a | a laTge number of j euea with groat s u c c e s s . The 'Golden Hedical Discovery 7 w a i especially beneficial in one can in particular where the mother ought a heavy cold when bar first baby was six montba old. She doctored quitÂ« awhile bat did not seem to get any better. Sie come to me one evening ami wanted me to go with her to *ee -another doctor. So wo went to his office and tho doctor tested her Inngs thoroughly; tiien ho naked her all manner of questions. He did not tell her what he thought, but told her to uso plenty of milk and fresh eggs and take OodiaverOil. 'Wben we got outside the cffit* he farst pat crying and eaiu, he might so woU'have told me the truth, I know I have eanKirnption. I said, Â·Wen tho doctors don't always know' everything,' Don't take the Cod Liver O2. - Come, wo will go to tho drng gtore and get Dr. Pierre's Golden Medical Dn- rororr ud taka that I '11 bet before yon take' tii bottles YOU can go and tell thnm^doctOTs you are worth a dozen dead people, and before An bsi finished tho second tattle ahc was rid of that soro- Deae through her lungs and did_not cough birt TBTT little. After she had taken sir battles- she was a well woman. After that if she ever got a cold the 'Discovery' warn aQ abe used. She was never troubled i with her longs afterward."--MKS. JBX. j Km lavas, 4H% Bartram Avo. Kilgore's Beaus and Belles comes to lie Arcade theatre all this week with a company of 15 people, presenting the better class of musical comedy tabloids. This show comes to Connellsville highly recommended by the press of other towns and should prove a winner. The chorus with this show i is said to be a real bunch of girls who know how to sing and dance. The opening bill will be a a comedy taken at a seashore resort, entitled "Rich Miss Single," built for laughing purposes only. Special scenery is.carried for each bill, and the wardrobe is'a little different from tlie usual tabloid show. The comedy is taken care of by Mr. KHoore and Mr. Richards. There' will' also be a number of refined vaudeville acts that should please. On the screen will be the second chapter of Helen, Homes in--The jLost Express." The management of the Arcade theatre is having a cooling system placed in the .theatre so the Arcade will be the coolest theatre in town. . TEE SOISSOS. "THE KAISER, THE BEAST OP H3UJN."--A happy Uelgian maiden, seing her prospective husband tubbed to death with the butt-end of I musket, under orders from General "'on Cruet; her father shot down, and 'erself torn from' the arms of her aged Taadmother by a German, officer, 2aptain Von Hancke, who fortunately iras unable to accomplish his evil purpose, these experiences of Ruth .pUftord prwide but a slight idea ot ;the atrocities of the German, barbarians in their advance- through Bel- jfinm that are faithfully and authentically shown, with many heretofore Â·unknown insights into the private life of the German emperor, as played by ' Jtian Rupert, in his sensational screen expose of the German brutes, "The Kaiser, the Beast ot Berlin," to : be shown at the Soisson theatre on . Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Vanderbilt. Â· VANDERBIL.T, May 27.--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Slriclcler ot TJniantown, spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. . M. StrkMer. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Madigan and children ot Clarksburg, W. Va., visited friends here on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R^ E. Moore and children of New Geneva, visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Cuilen and family of Shoaf, visited among friends here yesterday. Mrs, Cossell and daughters, Anne and Magdaline, of Adelaide, visited Mr. and Mrs. PranÂ«is Clelland on Sunday. Christian Freed is confined to his home with an -attack of measles. Dr. and Mrs. G. B.' Roberts and daogbter V*ra have returned home from Point Marion, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. William Kent and other relatives. Jtiae Devere Metzler of Broad Ford, was a caller here yesterday. OBPBXUM THEATBE. "THE liAND OF PROMISE" is the second production starring Billie Burke to be released by Paramount Pictures corporation, and discloses thÂ« piquant young star as a young English girl whose life has bad all 'the romance and charm of a mummy's. That Ss--until she reaches "Th.e Land of Promise"--the land she had dreamed abont where all her dreams would come true. W. Somerset Maughan, the author, chose Canada to represent this land, lut under the sparkling surface of the photoplay, one Is made to see that each individual has "a "Land of Promise" in his or her-own"'heart and Ibat happiness lies -waiting for us at our very doors. "The Land of Promise" is coming to the Orpheum theatre today and tomorrow. Â· Confluence. CONFLUENCE, May 27.--A small ore house near the Baltimore Ohio station catching fire Friday night shout 10.30 o'clock was the cause of the fire department being called out. The boys responded so promptly that the nre was soon under control before it spread to other more dangerous and valuable property. The Ore was extinguishd bfore the building was consumed. T. K. Thrasher has bought out the interests of other parties and is now sole ownar of the holdings of the Confluence Coal company. The solicitors tor tho Red Cross fund have been doing abbly and have met with very liberal treatment from all our people, -with few exceptions. Miss Kate Matthews at Dumas, Pa., was here Saturday on her way to Con- iellsville to visit friends.. ' Mrs. Sue Listen of Meyersdale, has arrived here for a visit with friends ,and. at Llstonburg. Mr.'and .Mrs. F. J- Brougber and Mrs. Brougher's motiier. Mrs. J. B. Colborn of the Jersey, oiurch, were hers Saturday on. their way to Pitta- burg. ' ' Â· Â· JBr. and Mrs. T. W. Black of the "West Side, entertained' Mr. Black's _ Sunday school class at their home Friday, evening, a. few friends other tian members of the class being present. A very pleasant time was enjoyed. Kead The Daily Ckrarier every day. DEBILITATED AND WORN OUT PEOPLE It is not our purpose to (Amply entertain you by reading our advertisements, but we wish your attention lone cnougii to interest you In two things-first yourself I That should not be a hard matter; and second, our business. Therefore "we try to make our "ads" attarctive and not stereotyped--not the seuae thing over and over again. Yourself and your physical condition aod necessities as individuals, is our business, Of course, if, you are satis- fled to be thÂ« -worn oat debilitated, powerless, vigor-leas half people sick, there is no power on earth going to moke you take ocr treatment to help your vitality and bodily health and make you fully developed with your physical powers and functions restored. Your are not--that rs. pen nine--just because oa are fashioned In form and parts like real! There are lots of sptirious articles walking- around smofc- injT. and wearing parrcs and di-esees, but you can tell at a g-laaace they are riot genuine. They look just wfca.t they OJTC---"all out;' 1 weak, debilitated and nervous sufferers. Our business is the treatment and cure of thfi diseased. We take those "half and make them "whole." Wo take those "wrecks" and fit them to voyage life's sea of duty and restore them to their friends. When machinery needs repair, you sÂ«nd for the expert mechanic; when your bodies need attention, you try to "doctor" yourself and fill tip with patent medicines, uae electric belts, etc. Be reasonable enoug"h to acknowledge, even as your family, ycrar bnsinsff associates and your friends know you should acknowledge, that you need expert medical treatment and need it at once, and come to us recognized specicJists. so that you can be cured as soon as possible. The tJnftdl SyectaliKtn have iJtc Cvre tkat Saves suffering and life for many and for all who take their complete scientific treatment for all diseases. Why wait lonprr then, when consultation is FREE? If you are curable you will be told so. BJM! Caitc of Â»rvooM .Trevble. "For a long lime T. had been troubled with a severe case of nervous ailment and for which I had received a. great deal of treatment. 3 commenced treatment with the United Specialists and am now feel In FT in fine condition. THOMAS' HENDERSON', 320 Follow, fleld avenue. Charlero!. Pa: STOW CLAD SHK IS HETTER. "For nine munths T had suffered almost constantly with awful severe back-ache. At. times I would be s*a bad I could hardly move. "Was also troubled with smothering- spells, w-hile at rest, dizziness, nervousness. Coaid not sleep pood. I took up treatment with the United Specialists nnd my back feela entirely well. Also the rest ot the conditions I complained of. 'SIRS. ANNIE FERTIG. "Third antl Market Streets, "Belle Vernon, Pa." FEEI.S DrPFEIlBX'T SOW. "I had been sick for five years with a bad case of stomach, kidney. and bladder trouble, I went to the United Specialists for treatment, and am nfÂ»w feelingr in first class shape. "DAVID SPRTJTIX, "R. P. D. 1, GrecnsburET, Pa." UnitedSpedalists Tuesday every week, 9 A- If. to S P. M. Baltimore .House, near B. O. station, room, second floor, Catmellsville. Every Wednesday and Saturday at Exchange Hotel. Uniontown Aaron's is Reliable Â· For 26 years the policy at Aaron's has been to make this Store a safe place in which to do business. Better merchandise for less money and satisfaction guaranteed. Connellsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 Satisfaction Guaranteed * ! And with a guarantee like ours back of every article we sell, you need have no fear about beingiufly satisfied. Convenient creditrterms gladly arranged, if desired. The New Process Will Make Cooking a Real Pleasure. Â·Let the New Process Gas Range help keep your kitchen coot this Summer-make baking and cooking as enjoyable as possible. Constructed of the best materials obtainable--the New Process is the highest grade range made--yet the price is very low. It is equipped with patented lighter and the scientific arrangement of the burners saves 25% of your fuel bill. Be sure to see -we're offering' the 'e\v Process Bangrc at only $19.75 Davenports and Davenport Suites- Entire Fourth Floor. .50 This Massive Full-size ^ Puilraan Bed Davenport *- One of the late popular Pullman models. Solid oak frames and is upholstered in a very sÂ°od grade oC black imitation leather. The spring construction is of the best, A special value. ' Save Their Cost In Ice Alone! ONE PIECE- PORCELAIN UNED REFRIGERATORS See the Family size Leonard at only Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums and Floor Coverings! In spite of the uncertain conditions 01" the wool markets, manufacturing and labor difficultijes--we are showing greater varieties of Floor Coverings than ever be-/ fore-- a t prices surprisingly low. Come and see them while our stocks are complete, i 9x12 Woolen Fibre Special-- 1.V. I Â« 9x12 High Grade Tap- sslryBrus- selsKugs 9x12 Genuine Tapestry Brus- Â£-! Q sels lings Â«P.J-Â«/Â» 9x12 Extra Heavy Axminster JRugs at.... $47.50 When buying IdnoJcnms insist on getting the genuine the good old-fashioned cork-baci kind--that will give long/ wear and complete satisfaction. Floor Coverings Laid FJBKE of Charg^-ly an Expert. Come and See That Famous K I T C H E N CABINET It will be a pleasure to cook with i-Ioosler to help you;--especially during the Â·warm summer days that will soon be here. Because Hoosier cuts your kitchen work practically in half--thus conserving your strength and energies. You Sit Instead of Stand-You Reach Instead of Walk. In 40 -ways Hoosier saves you work, protects your food and prevents waste. Prices range upward from $26.50 This Three-Piece Queen Anne Bedroom Suite (Triplicate Mirror Toilet Table 824.50 Extra) .It is our big four-store buying power that makes this low price possible. This Suite is very, substantially built and comes in a beautiful American walnut. The drawers slide easily, the mirrors are large and tastefully designed and the entire snite las a sturdiness which is often overlooked because of its dainty lines. LIFE ON SEA HAPPY letter Trom Prirate Keagan Says Boys Hare Good Time Enrout*. In a. letter to his sister, Minnie Reagan, Private Samuel B. Reagan of ttie 35tli Engineers, -writes ot his safe arrival in France. He says: "Arrived safely in France and am enjoying tbe best iealtii, never feeling better in my life. Have not seen, any v person over here that I know as yet. Eddie O'Connor and I are in the same detachment. !Yur of us who -went to Camp Lee together were separated and were then placed in this detachment. The other two boys went -home and missed the boat on whicn. we sailed. We had a very nice trip coming over on the boat. I was a little seasick, but it didn't amount to much. Wo saw no U-boats. A band which, was on the transport gave concerts twice daily. There were moving pictures at night. The weather has been bad ever since I came over, raining almost every day. The pt-ople over here are very good to us, but if you cannot speak French you are out of luck. We just throw down our money and they take out the price ot the article .purchased. They are very honest," Reagan is a son of Mrs. Abbie Reagan of North Pittsburg street. He was transferred from' Company B, 327th Infantry, to the 35th 'Engineers. i4-Acre ^,.^0 CAI c Â· * ^.^FOR SALE Lots at ^ f -- POPLAR GROVE at These Bemarkably IKÂ« Prices: lots on Pittsbnrg Street, S125; lots on Poplar Street, J136; lots on Hawthorne Street, $100; Lots on Carson Street, $S0. City M'ater. Cash or on Easy Payments. For Further Information Ask C. B. ]HcCOKlH3CK, Agent, P. 0. Box 144, ConnellsTille, Pa. . Keep the little ones healthy and: happy. Their tender, sensitive bod- i ies require a cooling, healing, harmless remedy t j prepare their stomachs for summer's heat. Hamster's Rocky Mountain Tea is reliable and safe, thoro but not injurious. 35c.--Con- IneUsville Drug Co.--Adv. ADVANCE IN C R O U P Spasmodic croup ia usually relieved with one application of-- 25c--SOc--S1.00 Question of Stamina Send-the Wheat Meat-Fats Sugar the fuel for Hgjzters [UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION. Goodyear Tire Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. Second Preferred Stock Guar.ijiieeing S% accumulative bonus attached. Ten year investment to be retired. 10% eacb year, if held three years will pay $105; if held six years, $110, if held 10 years, 1115. Selling at $100 per sare, par value. See McCLEARI MOTOR CAR CO., 256-258 Â£. Crawford Ave., Connellsvffle. Anything, Have Anything for Sale or Rent, Try Our Classified Ads at One Cent a Word. They Bring Results.