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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 29, 1918
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flTEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1318. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVIULE, PA PAGE THREE!./' · KEWSY NOTES TELL iit£ Mill LAUNCHING OF LARGEST WOODEN STEAMER Honor S»ad£n*9 for Class of 1918 High School Announced. NET! WIEHS TAKES FIRST PLACE Ls Sormd, ITiule Six Others 36ke AfT2gcs oi .Uio'vo i0 ^or C«t; Class Tlay Presented .Vttcv- non and Kvcjunp at tlie Special tc Thu Courier. iDOTTDAI/E. \lay 25. -- Honor siu- deis of the class of ISIS of the Scoit- d^ high school wore announced yes- teday preceding Uxe presentauon of th class piay, "Claim Allowed," In to Scottdale th«-tre. rirst iicsnor was won by Miss Neta Mens, secootl by ICiss Nora Love. Sidents with a:i average above 90 JT cent were MargMerne "Y"a\ters, 31dred Stoner, Ihnanuel Moms, Ar- Itus Stangc. Wosiey Lc^claliter and The pkiy was presented to a good louse both aftemoon and evening The foUo-wing Ls the cast of characers: "Mr. LafolJ, mamifactnrer of uunitions," Leon Morns; ".Mrs. La- tohl. his wife," Edith Myers; "Dalmey Lafohl, his patriotic son." Joseph Knoirles; "Ethel LaTohl, his dauga- ter," Nellie Newingha-m; "Lilljan men. Dabuey's nance," Margrierne Wallers; "Tom Bradley. Ethel's patriot," Francis Folk; "Mr. MoU, a German-American.' Fred Tischke; ; ' "34rs. Metz, his son's wife," Mabel * Bryan; "Sherman Ivletz, his grandson," John Kromtr; "Maxv Metz, his granddaughter." Gladys Pyle; "Mrs. Hobenzoltern, a propagandist," Isabel Markle; "Heanie Hohenzollern, her brother." Ralph Might; "Mrs. Thompson, ot the Rei Cross," Mildred Stoner; "Boy Scoot, doing his bit," Charles DickerhoS; "Neb, a blackbird." Wesley Loirfaliter; stage manager, Merle 'Waiigaman; assisUmt, Catharine Hess. Tile curtain numbers ivere: Music. SCiss Ziron's orch-stra; class proph- ecj-i nKzabeth Eicaer; violin solo,, John Memtt; instrumental trio, John Merritt, Joseph Knowles and Katharine MaoBurncy; vocal solo, Mabel Ziron; tjuartet, Mabel Ziron, Mabel Bryan,' Br«r-n Cramer and Isabel Markle; violin duet. Robert Small and John tronjer. Durng the afternoon Brelyn Cramer sod Clyde Parker, the dxraors, had apart on the program. Conmencernem proper will be held in th* Scottdale theatre this evening. TilIiam J. Atarphy. ·VTJriam. J. Murphx. aged 68 years, a cotfln ot J. I. Murphy, iliss Cathanne llirphy and Mrs. Ada Luce of this pace. (Bed Mondaj morning m the Jercy hospital, Pttt.tmrg- Mr. Murphy ,vas a former resident of thus place, having been in the dry goods business. j The body was takes to Fayette C.ty j -where funeral services will be held / Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o'ciock. . Interment will follow in the Mt. An- bam cemetery. He is survived by his ·wife and one son, 'Gilbert; and one , Pauline. See Soldier Off. Mrs. Ed Lane and daughter Clara and son Brwa.rd, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Soisson of Connellsvnlle, and Miss Elizabeth Jfelor were at McKees Rocks yesterday morning to Fee "William Lane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lane of Bverson, leave for Canrp Humphries at Washington, D. C. Personal. Mrs. Paul Fair ami daughter, Betty Jane, of Lotrobe, are visiting Scottdale and Alverton friends. ^ d t will increase two weeti' lime King; M. D.' TEILTHAT 11 WAS rtOT 6006 FftOf* Oil The Bonham, which was launched plant oC the National Ship- tlie largest wooden sieamor building company. Orange, Tex, recently, is rut in the watei for the Emergency r i f e t corporation time, bung 4.700 tons net dcadweigo* capacity. ~i ! [r. Ileffner, who comes h o i e as su- j 1 penntendcot, for ino"e than six years ' hrui enjoyed a \vide acquaintance among lyceum and Chautauqua people. The series of morning hour to be given by Mr. Spence aie war interpretations based on recent fiction His popular afternoon lecture is "A MOTHER'S SIX1RET "--A Horton comes from spent in story telling at th brarteb in Ixmg Beach. PARTY AT BANNING part Bluebird attraction in which EllaSCulture of the Commonplace." Hall ib featured, playing the role of an 18 ear old girl, who is forced to appear as a 13 year old by her mother, is bciag shown today. is exceptional m Us interest, for one of the quiet, natural type, in her entire screen career T'lla Hall has never had quite so good an op- ,portunity to brin^ out her special .characteristics as m this entertaining subject It g^ves her the oppor- turr;ty she has always wanted, tda: of playing both a little girl and grown up -woman in the same photoplay. There is probably no one in the moving picture field who combines the Jlr. jintl Mlrs. Cjrns Forsytho Enter- two ages rn one personality so trik- ( had. ingly. in the course of the narrative taio for Son Gotai; to Camp. A very enjoyable party \\a^ held at thi- homo of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus For- ij.vihe at Banning in honor of their sou Martin, wlio left Sunday for Camp Leo. Various games were the amusements and a very delightful ume At a ;ato hour refreshment;) w e r e served. Those prcseat were: Angela thn 18 year old girl appears* .Mr. and -Mrs. Isaac Sechnst, .Mr. suddenly before her mother who hat* ami Mrs. j. Hough, .Mr. and Mrs. Joo not seen her for years. The mother ! Weaver, .Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Mayors, .Mr at the time is making desperate ef-; and Mrs. H. L. Lancaster, Air. and to retain her youth and land her j Mrs. Joe Emn, Mr, and Mrs. Mart Hough, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Golden, Mr. and Mrs. 3am Rollings, Mr. and .Mr.,. T. E, Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Markcy, Mrs.. W. J. \Vor Icy, )iit and she marries j Mr*. E A. Illckcraeil, Mrs Florence The story is so Lcwu. Mrs. DCS.I Robertson,. .Mrs. David Forsytlw. Mrs. John Shupc, Mr. Hi« Antagonistic Attitude. y terms to guests without bug- are cash In .vivimcf," snid the landlord of the Petunia tavern. "You're a stranger and--" "But I--ha ha I" began the would-be lodger. "Yes, Hi bet yoa're on oasy feller to **' ""Wanted with, and nil ihnt. hut rm oot wlnf; any now Wend.'; these days and am pretty drtrn fahy of the oki ones." seconc husband a joung millionaire. Angela, by the result of an accident, is dressed as a 13 year old child wben her mother" sees her. But in the end the truth 'comes the millionaire. natural and' convincing that it IP deserving of high praise, A selected comedy is included. Tomorrow, "Masks and Paces," a five part World attraction will he slio^n Friday and Sarardny Mae March will be starred m "Fields of Honor." Sighted. "Crimson Gulch doesn't sepm the same old place since yon got rid of the Demon Rntn." "It lan't the same old plnce," replied Broocho Bob. "The boys hnro || tralfted down so that U Isn't worth , while preocliin* to 'em about reformin' | an' they're gettln' to feel downright neglected." AJICADK THEATRE. and Mrs. Allen Fon-ythe, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stiff py. Violet Maxon, Alkc Fisher, £l\/abeth Merriu, Sadie Itougb, Rulti Forsythe, Istthol.u Se- chrisl, Laura Sechnst, B^sie Hood Rebecca Lynch, Florracu Mason, Su- banna .Haley, Bertha Forsythc, Mary Agnt-s Haley, Ada, Naomi Sliupe, Ooldic Hitson, Mildred Hixson, Gladys Hixson. irui McHvih, Irene Culler, f a m e Sechnst. Cdna. Ham- billing. The shov* is dJlIerent. from \ mers, Sa'ah Shupo, Ethel Shupc. OHvo Willey, L'dna Linn. Bin*. 1 . Fisher. Olive Hamilton, Mane Porsytiie. Emma Broker, Emma Flsf't-r, Ida Forsythe, .Itury Ebbert, Audra and Edtth Golden, Lilly Bcile Hough, a-nia Grm o Robertson, Grace Hough, Fred Jr., Johnnie StimmeH, Al- Kilgore', Beaus and Belles at the Arcade sure lived up to their advance the usual tabloid and at a glance one can see tile difference. The ivbole show weal off with a hang from ttart to finish. Today this company presents a new bill mtiUed "A Night Oat," a real comedy. The chorus is a fine buitch or girls that wardrobe is far above the average. The two men that hold do-wu the corn- Mrs Harry Newin-cham and daugh- j ett y cn d rtcnrad one ot that famous ter Corona are visiting Mr. and Mrs. | Producuou. ".Miss Eol, White," as they John HCTZOS ot Four* avenue. They carae to see Bradley Hanes leaving for camp in Ohio. Mrs. Garfield MiMer and nicer, Haze!.' of Iron Bridge, accompanied the iattcr's sister, Mrs. Sylvester Tozer, to her home in Bast Palestine, Ohio. Ohiopyle. OHIOPY1JS. May 'A.--Mrs. Joseph Cbuck of Uniontowc, is the gticst of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mitchell this week. Mrs. Mary Cunningham and two aaughters left yesterday for Fayette City to attend the weeding of the for- mer's^'daugnter. Miss Verna Cunningham to Fred Dietrick. 10 be solemnized Thursday in the Presbyterian church. Hiss Ethel Stuck, wlio has been visiting at 5lt. Pleasant, has returned to her home ht^re. Mrs. Wallace Chuck of Uniontown. arrived hsre Tuesday to spend a. few days with relatives. E. A. Snaw. Jesse Hall. John Ililes and Willian Hyatt left here yesterday to repor. in Connell.,viHe to leave with tile draftees for cajnp Wednesday. Mr. Ajlt of Pittsburg, is spending several lays here. are the bome SISM? ,md \vork 111 a smootli way that pleases every one. The scenery it :he bi^t that has Deen soen, witli a bhovr of thii kind in Connellsville for a long rime. Little Miss Kilgore caused a riot, lait night know how to sing and dancu. acd the '' ben Merritt, Ronald Hagerman, Elmer Forsythe, Roy Stimmell, P. M. Poprlck, C. J. Newcomer, Clarence Smith, Anson Couglianour, Samuel \ViUrout, Samuel Forsythe, Curtis Se- chriEt, Jennings and Umble Forsythe, Nick Haley, Melford Maxon, Hcrshcl Hood. Charles Kock, ICdgar Wemier, KiSw.trd Racie, lidgar Ijee, Do,vry Stir- fy, Strawn Brvin, Ftai and Oti.s For- sytbc, George Fasbirg, Robert Layton, bur sv,eet little way of singing, and Charles Morgan, Oliver Rougl, Ardo was oncoreu a ^urnbc-r of Unes. The \ Shup. 1 , Louis Trennel, Parker layton, tompany has a new b'.ll today and to- i Ztti Ong, Russell Robertson, Harold morrow. Oa the scr.-ca will je tbat ' Lancastei, Marea Brjeljaker, M a i famous picture "The Woman in i k e 1 shall Meyers, Harry Sechrisl, Frank Web," a picture wiitten on the present j Forsythc, Arthur Forsythe, Martin A great many of the scenes were taken on tho battle fields of today. OIIPKEOI TflJiATIJE. "KEYS OF THE RIGHTEOUS" feat- ForsyUie. Vcinderbilt* VAN0ERBILT. May 2fl. -- Joseph Newmyer and son John and Miss Jen- urc-s Enid Uennctt, uuucr the direc- L , Uon of Thoroa* H. Ince. The s r o r v j m e M ^ o£ Aahlaud. O, arc vwumg al ., :. I the home oC Mr. and Mrs. Bert Netv- . . has to do with the deiodou of a young ! tho girl for her Cataer, wi ·, weakened by i m ? er - Card of Thaoks. We *sire fo thani: our many frienda'wbo so kindly assisted us in our lat bereavement, ihu dealh of our booved moUier, M-G .Mary Mar- j Tomorrow, William S. Hart appears garet jhaSer. \\c de-.ire to extend In ^ c ^r.iimg drama, "The Patriot,' especially our_hcarUcIi thanks to j ^iday and Saturday, Charles Ray dissipatior., has desor;ed his wife, re- tuiniug just at, the latter ib about to die. The mother entrusts the keeping of the father to the oung' daughter, tho part played by Miss Bennett-and just how well the girl carries out her mother's wishes is very inter- estmgly told in lie photoplay. Mias Bennett has opporturmes to prove her abilities as a comedienne, while talents as an emotional actress aic clearly depicted. In her first Paramount production MJss Bennett has the support of Earl Rodney as leading man, Josef Svri'-kard. George Xicnois, Carl Formes, Lydja Knott and other woll known Ince players. , Mrs - TM°" l K on, Dr. and Mrs J. Y Woods ins on Tuesday eve- Miss 2ary McConnell far her sen-ice , in siing, and to those \vlio sent j Howes. M. H. Shaffer M. B Shaffer, | G "W Shaffer.--Adv I ars sn the Pa-raniount feature, "Son of His Trj Our \ds. The;cost cn!j" - cent a word and ·way bruit; results and Mr^ ning. .M -. and Mrs. Harry lUrper and daughter and Mrs. Elizabeth Wright of Moncsbcn. visited friends here and m Dawson yesterday. .Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Henderson and daughter Mary and sou Hugh and Mr. aud Mrs. J. \V. Knight visi'.ed Mr. and Mrs. Adam Nicholson of FraakUn township on Sunday. Jarnrs Rohm, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Hohm, is ill or pneumonia. .1. L. Love and Paul U. Collins were i c c t n t busmcs': callers m PitUhurg. Clydo .\e\\~myer. who attends college at Mount Vcrnon, 0., is visiting his parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Bert Nev.- myer. No Plumbing There. The Plvinhi r--1 Relieve ttiat we'll all f ol i o w th e ^a cti e TOCatlon In ttie nert world as we do In this, Th.e Junior--Nonsense! Want use will there bf for mpn of your vocation where there Isn't any water? THE LIMIT. BLIklns la the'worst pessl- mJst on earth. Littleton--Think so? Blglet--Know IL If his fnecds put him in the pr^.s'idcntiul cl^alr he'd iiad fault with the upholstering. Just aa Hard, The while I flounder efrep In debt This thought liaa crowed ray mtnd. Soft cool Is just us liard to yet AB any otJier kind. QUANTITY BUYING IS OFTEN A QUANTITY LOSS After days of planning this girl entertains,. She lias aimed to dolight her assembled friends -- lias put fortli her IJOM. efforts in b»r pr"',rrut;rns am! ]er.-,onaHy U els that she has accomplished her end. In her absene her gossiping friends take to discussing the uiisavory tea she has served and one by one they relate their experiences w;ih quantity buying through out of town houses. The girl's father sits bad; at a short distance, hears the discussion upon the tea served by his daughter and feels sorry for the innocent girl, at the same time realizing more forcibly than ever the folly of the motiier and wife who had fallen victim to the "quantity tea" propoganda of an out-of-town house where the local tea and coffee man would have given satisfactory service or wouldhave willingly set about to find something that ·would please. MORAL: -- Never buy mail order quantity at the expense of quality. A Great Combined Movement by Great People Will Secure a Phenomenal Boost for Yourself and THESE MERCHANTS. I urniiui-e, llux*, Siovos i4-2,"*S V. Crairford Avo, V. 3. LECHE ; jry Good»« l£f \V. Crawford AY-B. THE HORMSB C02TPAAT: I Sen's ^«ar WG M, Crawford Are. COLONIAL XATIOSAL BAKE j Ctiriicr I'itthbnrg Street and Crawford .ivenne. MCDONALD MUSIC AAD £L3:c f rjaic oo. ' IToyal Ilatel Ulotk N. Pittsbnrg St, H. KOBAC££K SOJES i **Tho Bit' Store" *. ritthburp St. | C. W. DOWNS Footwear for Everrbodv 1^7 '. rittsburf St COM^LLSVILLi: MARKET AA'D *OETH ' Shut* u,r tliu rtbolc Faintly CO. 113 1\. Crairford Aye. China and \VnJl I'jpct 'XHE Drj Woods AUT31A' WORK 147-1J1 ». Cra«ford 5TOEE 211 W. Crawford ATB. Leading Crorcrr Ktoreh 136 und 31S K. Rttabarg St. AMJKKSO.-N-LOUCKS IIAEDWAKE CO. Hardware 116 Vt. Crurvierd Ate. CMAELIIS T. GU.ES JevteJcr 111 West Crawford ATC. BBO^fXEJLL SHOJE COMPAXY Sh«3 IVest Craw-ford Arc. COSKJELLSVILLE DRUG COMPACT Drugs 130 IVost Cra^fi'ord Are. PETER K. WEEffEE rliinos aud I'liunoirrapljs 12-129!iast Crawford Ate. A. ^T. BISHOP Jewelry 107 IVcst Crawford Arc. ELPEBS'S Saits, aud Couts 1'JO 5. Mttsburg St. AM TEX CEXX WALL PAPEE CO. ^Vatl fayci 103 v. Applu St. WELLS-SOXLS MOTOE CAK CO. Agfiili lur V Ulyb-liuigUt, OTtrland Cars, Accessories WESTKEULEE BROS. Men's Store 124 X. ritfcburg St. CONNELLSVliLE LACXDRY "Suuiv IV lute Work" 12!) Baldwin ATB. COLU3IBIA HOTEL Jouii luggan West Side JfliiSBEE HAKi»VABE CO. Hardirure V. Crawford ATB. WS1GKT-3TETZLEE CO. Dejjiurtmeat Sturt- Y. Cranfori ATB. LAUGHEEY DEUG COStPAXY tongs. 112 S. Pittsborg St BAPPOBT-FEATHEB3LV3V CO, You Can Bo Better Here. The Duke of Wellington! often csilied the "iron duke," shoT-, ed his courage and strong will at I Waterloo when j he helped de- * feat Napoleon. It takes greater c o u r a g e , vim, vigor and lasting qualities to win the battle today, in the front-line trenches, than it did in olden . times. Eoerjty is a n a t u r a l . outpouring o? , silipsithybody. l I t d o e s o o t I spring up in a ni.-rht. Build up that which Nature- h?.s jrh'en us by taking i _ a compound of iron, recently com- Undt-r ?icw A Clean Quiet Place for Your Family to Kat. --o-Let Us Know Wliat You Want aad How You \Vaul It. GOOD SERVICE. Mrs. C. J. .Irmstrong, 1'rop. We've created a body of master tire builders" Spasmodic croup is relieved w,th one application of -- l- vriU Strong i t-aiurc ·? Because oE .heir preit;iice and jm- po:taDCC during Cbauiauqua week, fcviuciai vntevysl is :itUiclied lo the an- nuLinfnii;nt of tbo faupermtendeut, j iiiornini; utiui lecturer and chiidron's orker for tin- pre.-ent season. H C lloif, IT i . to I . U.i p.Lit/irni manager, ^^ H Spcr.t ·_· v. i l l gi.e [lie morning Us-,turc- rxTit-i, and Mi.^s l*ura May Horton is, to direct tlie work of tlie Junior Ohniitauqua. Tile Connella- ",'llc Cuautauqua will \v hold June 20-»6. Keep the little ones healthy aud happy. Their tender, sensitive bodies reqinrp a cooling, healing, barm- less remedy to prepare their stomachs for tunimer's heat. Hofiister's Rocfcy Mouatjun Tea is reliable and safe, thoro but not injurious. 35c.--Con- neUsville Drug Co.--Adv. Th= Doclcr. "He':! n?rv, ;:s. 1 n.lTi^Mj him not tr. 'Vr:- uhout hb. cimi-tlon." ·Th."' ^ t,r.- ufiri.v. As if a man ··it: hi'ip 'h.'iirinjT ahour h!s rsadiUon. W1 you charK-.- Mm for that ad-rice?" "No. 1 gnve him tliat free." i Read our advertisements pounded by Dr. Pisre?, and named by him '' Iroilie." This, iron-tonic tablet is ess"!? U : :or; up by the hlood. j If you tr' "Irontic" tablets, the I brain resDnnds to the- new blood in I circulation; the b sdyih ready to fight' against E'^frneeion, wlurh holds you in bondage. Yov gain in virn, vigor,' viL-Jirv. Try it now. Don't vait. i Today is the day to hegin tsiang | "Iront-.c" t£blf:Li." A little "pep"' ar,cl you bujrh and you live. A little ' enrrgy ;:ivos tlie'day. ' Irontic", tablets mn re rid- rftcl blwjd. With I jpod rrxi! coins courage, then' *:omes :'.u"i'fh^ f v. rl iic-h L*adE to more ] and inoi-e smvcs.- Dr. Pic,- :o'.- " I -entv " tablets are to be had ic si.v-ty cents vials at most drug stores. it you wish to test them send 10 cents to the Invalids' Hotel. P-ufEalo, N. Y., sntf get a trial p;ickaj,'u--NowJ EAD TEE COITEIEE. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSV1LLE, PA. -. FTER years of vain trials, Miller has finally given to the motor car world Uniform Tires. Not uniform in looks--all tires are that--but -uniform in wear. Miller tires once differed in mileage as others do. Now 99 in 100 Millers o u t r u n s t a n d a r d guarantees. The remarkable tire triuinphhasbeenaciiieved by ridding Miller tires of "Human Variables.'' Killer tire builders are ·world champions. Their personal efficiency is 96 per cent. The tires they build are 99 per cent excellent Try Millers once. You'n never trust lock again. COSXELL.SVIJ.1E GABAGE CO-, 11" E. Apple St. Bell 514, 'Uri-State 365-T

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