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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE BIGHT. THE DAILY COtrRTEK, CONNELLKV-JCIiiB, PA. TUESDAY, TONE IS, 19Xb. AGREEMENT fWYERTS PRACTICALLY | ALL STEEL TO WAR USES Be Snipped or Delivered Ex- -eept en 'Priority Certificate; j ·Weekly Reports llwimired. 1 fe'An agreement has been entered into I pi»t»eea the War Industries Board i find the American Iroc and Steel i ^Institute -which, requires iron and ; fijt*el manufacturers to divert $l»acticaUy every pound of their jgpodtoct to war uses. This agree- specifies that no pig iron steel manufactured products J be shipped or delivered, except |ljjr priority certificates issued by the ~ orlties division ol the War Indus- Ifeiea Board. After priorities certifi- i shall h*ve been issued and or- i thereunder have b^en filled, pro- liacers may utilize such raw materials | r aad' manufacturing capacity. If any, ley may have available, to fill or- fyjirs of cwtomer not covered br pri- {jiftty certificates, provided snch or- "*S*rs ai* 'enibraced within the sched- £*£» of purposes entitled to preference ' But ae determined by the Pri- .Board as JoUe-ws: il. aircraft; nraaitioiis, military j|*Bd Ba*al supplies and operations, faad building conatmction for govem- tjlMBt D*ed«; food and collateral m- : j|««trle»; toc4«, utensils, implements :and machinery required for harvest- lpc;and the preparation of foods; £pntazners and foods and feeds; civil- too- clothing; railroads; public utilt- j'lsbooid any producer of pig iron or 'lil. steel -manatactared. products have any surplus war material or manuf ac- ·tnrihg qapacity after filling (a) all orders cowred by priority certificates (bj all orders embraced within schedule of purpose entitled to jreference treatment or placed by in- '^ostrice or plants embraced wrtbin the prised, preference list, after it shall tava been promnlgated and certified l^jr the Priorities Board, then such ^·rplus materials .or capacity may be nfUpoaed of by such producer or man- £vfactnrers to other customers subject Jfc tSe approval in writing of tae di- nftctor of steel supply. Ifi-Weekly reports are it be made of ifchipments not covered by priority cer- BE) JfAl'lOXAJC, LKAGl'E. Yesterday's Results. xPhiladelphia, 9; Pittsburs, 8. Boston, ·(; St. Louis, 1. Boston, 4; St. Louis, 2. Brooklyn, 4; Chicago, 3. New York, 2; Cincinnati, 1. xTen innings. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Chicago New York -Boston . Cincinnati Philadelphia Plttsburg Brooklyn St. Louis .-33 Pet. .688 .673 .490 .460 .447 .41? .417 .404 Today's Schedule. Pittsburg at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Boston. Chicago at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at New York. AMERICAN UBAGUR. Yesterday's Results. Boston, 8; St. Louis, 0. Cleveland, 6; Philadelphia. 3. Washington, 2; Chicago, 1. xNew York, 5; Detroit, 5. xGame called in eight to catch a train. |£ SOUGHT CURE WITHOUT AVAIL *»,nBTed Seventy From Indigestion § But Master Xedlclne Restored n Him to Health. in- Medi- If,! "I'owe my restoration to health to jTsnlac," says William Dunstan, cl J1536 Allen St., AHentown. Pa. "I urge Janyone suffering from any form oi ^digestion to take this Master Jeiae. ;-4 "I was in very bad shape--not sick, Jbut utterly miserable all the time. ** "Hy appetite was gone and what- '^·ver I ate gave me such severe indigestion that a burning would ri^e in ·joy chest and seem to choke me. KV 'T ' ded all kinds of medicine bnt '·iothing gave me any relief and I kept Boston New York Cleveland Chicago St. Louis 'Washington Philadelphia Detroit Standing of the Clubs. W. L. 34 22 22 25 26 29 32 30 -31 _27 Pet. .607 .577 .554 .531 .490 .482 .373 .362 Today's Schedule. Detroit at St. Louis. SmithHeid. Ten Reasons Why the Robinson Folding Bath Tub is Superior To Any Other Tub Ever Sold at Even Double 1.--It is the'only Tub sold with a 10-year guarantee. 2.--It is the only Tub with a self-emptying device. 3.--It is the only Tub with a self-filling device. 4.--It is tie only Tub with double-coated Bteellne, vulcanized friction material. 5.--It is the only Tub with corners double braced, making the frame double strength. 5.--it s t the only Tub with high-grade, kiln-dried lumber, with hand- .somely finished frame of mahogany and oak finiab. 7.--it jg the only Tub endorsed by^the Good Housekeeping Institute, conducted by the Good Housekleping Magazine ot New York. 8.--It is the only Tub guaranteed to be non-leakable. 3.--it is the only Tub extensively advertised in leading ^lasa^Ine^ to create demand. 10.--It is the only Tub on which the hardware trimmings are made of nigh-grade Bessemer steel and jo-panned grey ircn castings. SEE 00B 10CAL AGEIfT Frank D'Auria, 811 Tork Avenue. 1'. 0. Box 450. COXTTEMjSTrtT.K, PA. Agent in FajcUe, Westmoreland and Greene Counties. · weaker all the time from lack .at nourishment and nervous strain. -r" 'Since taking Tanlac, my appetite lias come back, the pains over my jcldn«ys_have' disappeared" and I now '·o-to -the-table and eat lOtfr a woodchopper "without suffering the slight- . jest discomfort or distress afterward.'. JT*n]ac is certainly a wond-er-worker." j i.Tanlac, the .famous reconstructive j s?e9iohle -tonic, .is now sold here by Tpoiraellsville Drug .Co. { Tanlac can also "be secured in Dun- liar" at D. C. Bason's Drug Store.--Adv. SMITHF1ELD, June 17.--Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bensou, -Mr. aad Mrs. J. A. Low, Mr. and Mrs. \Valter Ramsey Mrs. H. R. Breakiron, Mrs. 0. S. Vance, Mrs., if. C. Stuck. .Miss Rebecca Brownfield and I. F. Moora of Lady GallaUn lodge D. of R. of Smithfleld, motored to Brovntieid Friday evening and assisted in the installation of the officers of the Rebecca lodge there. T. L. Hague and family returned Friday from an extended visit with relatives at Galcsburs, 111. .Mr. and Mrs. C. H. O'Nci! and children were Uniontown shoppers on Friday. C. L. Jones, track foreman for the Baltimore Ohio here is preparing to go to 'Mount Clemens, Mich., where he will take treatment for rheumatism. Vincent Grannell, who visited his sisters, Misses May and Ruth Grannell at Connellsville on a furlough from Camp Grant, called on friends here Saturday between trains. He is a son of C. A. and Rose A. Granncll, former residents of Smithfield, three of whose sons are now in the National Army. Vincent served three years in the Regular Army. Try our classified advertisements. Obiopyle. , June 17.--SB3B Deila iCorrlstan, Js spending a short visit i ; Mr. and Mrs. IjOgan Bash spent Sat- r and Sunday here the guests ot '·Xa.- Ethel McCJain and children ot CoBnelliviUe, are' the guests li Mr. awl-Mrs. T. B. Mcdain. fjlr. ami Mrs. Herehberger, daughter. Mittred and Mrs. L. A. McMiillei were airoonc Ute ConnetlsviHe visitors Sal- Btttay evening. ·'JMr. »nd Mrs. Herbert Morris and siSn of PIttslmrg, are the guests of the termer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris gftirris at Bell Grove. gjjr..-and Mrs. "William Dull spent 3»furday evening and Suoday in Con- neHsvilli. j Jtos Mao Rowan left Saturday for ;fi.'*lrwin'of Pittsburs, arrived hern 3itnr3ar to speed a tew days. I.^OM PearJ and 'Wilbur Hamilton i»ir» returned to their home here 6r-a west's 'visit spent 'at Maple tjlioyd Ha.y was a Conriellsville eall- jf' Saturday. IBUSY BUSINESS MEN Helpi* Them Out After Abusing the Slonuivli. ^Tha.moai .reckless man in rerrard to leaHh. la the busy businiiss man At iobu he rushes out fe^- a bite to eat |ii;bolts his food without proper mastl- 4kiion, and heaps on his stomach an ex- nt-'^burden greater than It is able to ^jf'ry without breaking down. . . ^Hls overworked stomach is crying for ffjp;' it appeals to him for rcliff in va- f^ua- ways: Expulsion of sour pas, fat*-.br ash. sour taste in mouth. ieiavlness aft*r eating, short ness of Jrtiath'. bad breath, etc. £One ill-o-na lab-le-t taken with or itcr; each m«al will help any suftercr jTPfla." dyspepsia wonderful) y. It aids h'«T'.stomn,ch in tho work of (liffestion ihlch ft must perform. T^fcP-na tablets ore sold by A. A. !$arke with a rigrM- p-uarantec to over. a . . ' and all stomach trou- money back. Th-y make eat- -o-na cleanses and purtfles the and bow«l5 and puts vigor and th Into the overworked tissues. -the surest stomach ionic in the by leading drugsfats every- SUIT NEW BUT HOLE IN SHOE Bad Teeth Like Bad Shoes Spoil Fine Dress and Good Looks PEOPLE NEGLIGENT IN CARE OF MOUTH Senreco Tooth Paste Powerful To Save toe Teeth and Prevent Wteases wed up fvith a hola~~ la' h!« s a. bit ot ·*! r.mmui a girl young man trlutd wba» *n- ww now axoapt hU pvno-' Klpht ·noocb, too.\ · wam»n ·bsbby p»lr --^~ 1 spoil thm Appcjtra-BC» yt tho' fmtart 'eleBut farmeou ov*c :'the"teeth? Dram In aU _ r. you pleas*. U you op*n yonr mtttjerpoaioj a decayed Mt ot teetb ortUactlv«a«» end*'r%bt tbcr*.! a hole ID the »ho* for you.; jpliM both to HMH and ·wocMn. 1 [Girls,, and young 1 TOKO, you lo«e half 10 admiration whlcfa would b« direct- 'cd toward you If you bar* bad tMih. Ton ;can't ' be pl«alnc with a jBOUth/ul 'ol decay. Tou can'I «e · healthy titter. The condition of ^tho tMth baro a teWnc to* fluence.on oth«r organ* of th« body. Bad teeth affvct tb« iatMtlti**, itom- aoii.'liftart. and «ren th* ey««. M«dl- ,cal science ihcwi that bad te*th prv- duca-nnhealthT condition* all over th* .With 8«nreoo*^7Doth. Paata at yom* '·errlcc--a »dentiflcally prepared pr«- p-andTe ot Pyorrheo--th«re'» DO ne«d of faffing- a prey to the** UU. Xo need ot bavlnr a zncuthlul of deaayed tttetiu "Da*d regutarty on a Mt of »ood toeth.the deadly Eermi baT» ttttl* ;chance to enter. If they abookl cntwr ·they can't exUt lonff under Its tbor- eash c!«*n*te prapeVtiea. jU a cleanaer and pTrnrentlY* of iH ·*··· c: tbo teeth It Is pc*iUr«ty reMahJo. lAdvanoed CMQB ahould b* treat**! by PARAMOUNT JHEATRE --TODAT- "The Unbeliever" AN EDISON SUPER-FEATtTRE BASED ON THE BOOK "THE THREE THINGS." THE GREATEST STORY THAT THE WAR HAS PRODUCED--BY MARY RAYMOND 1 SHIPMAN ANDREWS, FEATURING RAYMOND IITCEE AND MARGUERITE COURTOT, SHOWING U. S. MARINES IN ACTION. THE GREATEST PICTURE SINCE "THE BIRTH OF A NATION." . ALSO A KEYSTONE COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. TOMORROW BLUE BIKD PRESENTS FRANKLYN PARNUM IN . "$5,000 REWARD" ADAPTED PROM THE STORY--"MY ARCADIAN WIFE"--LOVE FORCES CONFESSION. A DRAMA IN 5 ACTS. ALSO A GOOD COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. TOD TTaat Anjthlng In our Classified Column. Zlae Sanreoo Tooth Pute as a pre- jvcntaUve. A»k your deoUe U you '^should not pay all attention to your x**tt. Of coarse -w* won't «ay our Tooth Pute will cure Pyorrfaea. 1C ¥00 alrmdj- naT* It. your .dentist is th« cioctor. Even if you ara WBlctod wtth hi* torrtbJQ diwaw S«n- jreeo Tooth PaoU -HdU balp you to yet W4 ol it. with your titctiafu aMlit- »-nt«. But we dotft tract you to oon- ftracv any nUcnent o? the mouth an4 iteeth. nor do«e your dental doctor. _A s^roTtatlvt is for bott-r than t» taTe to so through the trials of a cure. Have yoizr teeth by Senreco Tooth paate und iha probability la that you fwon't hVQ to deal with foal aad peJn- 1 ^ul.Oisoaacs. By taldns excellent car* 1 /orjyour teeth you m«y aavo otomacb,f Untastlnal. heart ana ey* troubVea, (Take .all precaution to heap the tfcetU (clear, .and do It with Benr»co Tooth fPifitc, ,tha lateat dleeorery of dental feclence/ -Sftraplo of Senreco free If yon IwisA H. Senreco Tooth Paste, Clucln- · -- THE THEATRE THAT P1AYS OSLY THE BEST Come When You Please. Stay As long As Yon like. Special Attraction All This Week ZARROW'S ENGLISH DAISIES The Greatest Musical Comedy Offering of the Season Extra Vaudeville Features. Mr. William Young Miss 5Iona Mayo Beantifnl Singing and Dancing Chorus The Best is JTone Too Good for the Arcade. Prices Always the Same On the Screen--Helen Holmes Jn "The Lost Express." 7»e COAST 'l/JV£ to Tie djlitlil. ol ,(,,,, rvatioii beiio the momen ££^£tttiszs$? SJ'^^to"* '" W " d °° *" D ' * C " U « The D. 4 C. IniiOU Imurei the beM U «ppoin t " 1 """* "" """" " ·od CMy of AloctiA II--operttc four time, a week to M«fco«e ltl«nd from Toledo Send ierat lump for Hlmtrmied rj.mphlct.nd Graf Jjle. mip. Addreu L. G. lEWK, G. P. A.. » Third Aitoue, Detroit, Mtah. B»ffdo 111.00 Round trip 19.00 $ From I Oevriurf J 9L» $ RMi»d trio 1100 z .Fronj " T«l*do $7.25 Row.dtripI3.oe ORPHEUWS THEATRE TODAT TEE 1TIISPERIXG CHOHUS" Cecil B.- DeMillo's ProducHon, Featuring Kathlyn Williams and Elliot Dexter Also "Toto,',' the Comedian in the Pathe Comedy "FAHE, P1EASE" T O M O R K 0 TV A (Jharming Story--Jesse L. iasky Presents Vivian Martin in THE PETTICOAT PHOT" Given for the Benefit ot the Yl M.' C. A. War Fnad. i f One Lot Ladies' Fashionable Suits Reduced ONE Comprising this extensive lot are many of the most stylish Suits the season has produced--tailored from popular and serviceable materials and in practically all the new novelty shades. The saving of one-third is sure to be welcome, and will prove most attractive to the woman planning to buy a new suit at this time. The actual savings are as follows: Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $19.75 $25.00 $29.75 $35.00 $39.75 $45.00 $55.00 $85.00 Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now $13.17 $16.67 $19.84 $23.34 $26.50 $30.00 $36.6 / $56.67 There are no blues or blacks, but there are plenty of what the fashion-loving woman will .probably much prefer, and that is--new greys, tans, smoke, Pekin blue, taupe, khaki and black-and-white checks. All sizes from 10 to 46. Owing to the frrcat reduction nt which these are sold a nominal charge will be ramie for alterations. Two Special Lots Ladies' New Coats at a Lower Price One lot Ladies' New Coats Priced Regularly to 39.75 One lot Ladies' New Coats Priced Eegiilarly up to $55.00 , $28.50 $38.50 Ladies' and Children's Are Attractively Priced Children's merceri?,ed Socks in plain white or with fancy toys,--otSOc pair. Boys' and girls' black. Stockings with reinforced linen heels and toes,--nt 50c pair. Children's Silk. Lisle Hose in black, white and tan,--ufc 50c pair. ^ Ladies' fine Silk Lisle Hose in white, bronze, grey, pongee and black,--at 6fc piiir. Ladies' pure silk and fibre silk hose,--at flUSii pair. Ladies' pure Silk Hose in many colors, all ·sizes,--at $1.75 to $2-50 pair. New Beauties Appear in Now on Display . Prospective June brides who make comparisons between our Silks and those elsewhere, make selection here to their own great satisfaction and advantage. Scores of beautiful White Silks for trousseaux--Bridal Satin, Chiffon Taffeta, Crepe Meteor. Grope do Chine, Crepe Georgette, Silk Voile, Satin do Luxe, Satin Charmeuse, Messaline, Washable Satin and Gros de Loudres. All in a complete line of street and evening shades for bridesmaids and wedding attendants--and priced just, as low as their quality will permit. Crisp White New Linens for Your Table .Fully-bleached mercerized cotton damask in several pretty designs, is 64 inches wide and sells at 75c a yard. At ?1.25 a yard, table daraaslc ·with a Jovely satin finish and jri four designs-scroll, rose, violet and fleur-de-lis--and is 70 inches wide. Linen-finish damask of an unusually heavy quality, 70 inches -wide, has designs of Lily of the Valley, Roses, Chrysanthemums or Carnations to make it gay. The price is $1.50 a s-ard. Half-linen table damask, is fully bleached and satin finished. There are ten. pretty floral and striped designs to choose from. The width is 70 inches, and the price ?2.25 a yard. Napkins Hemmed Napkins oC mercerized and bleached cotton damask, IS inch size at 60c a dozen; 20 inch size at $1.50 a dozen.. Madeira Napkins in a wealth of dainty aud artistic designs,--at -57.00 to $33.50 a dozen. I Madeira Doilies, 12, IS and 24 inch sizes,--at 75c to $4.00 each. People Are Buying Cool White Cottons Ahead of Hot Weather For example, pretty striped and plaid voiles, 36 inches wide, suitable for dresses aud blouses,-at S5c to $1.25 B yard. Fine batiste, 45 inches wide, at 25c to G5c a yard, and organdies 40 and 45 inches wide,--at G5c and $1*0 a yard. White Skirtings that are especially favored are gabardines, 36 inches wide,--at T0c to $1£5 a yard. Piques, 27 and 36 inches wide, at 35c to 7ac a yard. Fine Soft Bath Towels at 25c and 50c Are Here in Abundance We hav e Turkish bath towels as low as 25c, in size 18x36 inches, that are remarkably good for the money. Turkish towels ot a finer quality in size 25x42 inches are equally good values ai 50c each. These have neat borders o£ red and blue. · Army and navy Turk Towels with U. S. A. in red-white-and-blue across border are 20x38 inches wide and sell at 55c each. * Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% on Every $100 You Spend--Save Them. SQISSQN THEATRE EXTRA! EXTRA! JACK ROOF'S PRETTY BABIES COMPANY The Show That Pleased the Ladies--By Special Request YT51I Remain for the First 3 Days of This "Week. --TODAY-The Merry Musical Farce "THE NEW JUDGE" Featuring Joe Fields and Gns Hoff, Dm Rex and Euth 3Iait!and, Helen Grim, The Pretty/Babies Trio and Girls' Quartet and a Gingery Chorus. 300CXX30000000000CXXXXSOOOOOO S Patronize Those Who Advertise in This Paper.- § ^OGOOOOSOOOOOOXSOOOOOO^

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