FAGE SIXTITEN. Smart Coats Are Shown for Spring Flat Fur Much Used; Cape Theme Appears; Tweed for Genei.-al Wear. Uppermost in every woman's thoughts when [ i l n n n l n 4 her sofisoii'3 w a r d r o b e Ift t h e clio(-e of n spnni; corit ffir i n i i n e f l i a t c wear on those d ' i \ s \v hen the sun i n r k i H a f u r cont ?ii'l- flenly burdensome and e n t i r e l y too reminiscent of t n i d \ u n i e r . So I n g e n i o u s im those who h n v e crented the prcy- Â«nt moile in its I n f i n i t e v i i r l e t y , so !?l i c r i i l f u l tlie new n odels thi\v present, thiit at first Mush it seens as t h o u g h one rwist have nt least t h r e e c-ont*. a formal one, n street cont nnd one for SOOi-ts, irt order t.) !Â»Â· r e n l l y h ' | ) l y , 8'iys a fashion w r i t e r In the New Y o r k 3'iines. Fortunately, for ino'.-t of us ihPiv attll exists the stnnrt cont for general vear, not too extreme In Hue, us.mlly In black or d n r k blue, suited for every dn.vtlme occnsion. Flat fur Is unu h i!=;o(l on cents of t'ols typo, somrf inn", in crtivnt collars, sometimes In srniill s t a n d i n g collars v/lth jabot-lil;e revet-:, and ^omeHmei In the crush or pouch collar. Some a d a p t a t i o n of the rape theme appears on conts for varied occasions, nnd Is featured on n stieet coat v h i c h was In black chiffon o shim-re, w i t h crush collnr of blnck pal.' nk. This cont has a clrrular yoke, nnd the cape taken the form of a flared section attached to the tipper pnrt of the sleeve. This sleeve-cape la favored by m a n y svora- tn, for U does not square the titnire nor ndfl apparent hu!k. The silhouette of this cont is declf'cdly slender, the skirt section l a v i n g a slishl Hare fit the sides, but h f n i r m g straight front and bnck. Black Tweed Is Smart. Black tweed Is e\ eodingly smart end practical aÂ« well for the coat v, hlch must he worn o \ e i diossog of f'nt crepe, Jersey n id l i g h t w e i g h t woolens. A princess model i t i black vu-av^ tweed is slightly flared und made a Kttle shorter In the f r o n t o show the liem of the frock D i a t o a a l seaming j.'ivpg the bodice n sll:;hilv filled line, und the soft jabot col ar nnd cuffs Â»iro of hiar' g n l v j i k . Patou makes n t o u t h i n t street coat of black cashmere, v s i t h a wide cape collar of black )::'va';, bordered w i t h itn Inch-wide s t t p of w h i t e lupin. This cont has an even henlim 1 , itly dared, at d Is lelted nt the wattKline w l t ' i n wide heit of the fabric drawn t h r o iirh Â« silver I.tickle. The black-ami \UÂ»rc t'-"Mne Â«Ko appears on a cÂ»nt c( hla''i; wool crepe, v, lilcli has cireuliir cudrts set Jn the Fide to K i v e swiri; to the sllhrup'to. V-shaped seaming on the sleeves m a t f h the diatom I yoKe of tlie coat, which has n cra-nt collnr of bluet: calynk. lined .-itl whiti*. nnd looped (it one side to X|Â»PV the w h i t e far. Slightly less for-i'nl, I ' U t Â«tll! c u l f w j for general wear, is a coat of soft j:recu Rodier fab -ic on the Cossack lines rmide popular by Vionnet. This A he!te3 coat of W- rlc lido elofh, for wear with tho hi tols flat crepe frock or dress of b l n ^ k find v/hlto p r i n t , ha'i a soft Moused bodice, llnred b k t r t w i t h liemllne c u r v e d up In front and crush collar of w h i t e gnlyak. The belted cont vies with Etu: princess In popularity for afternoon wear. Silk Coats for F o t m a l Wear. S i l k coats a i e t,luivvu hy m a n y Paris designers for f o r m n l w "ur, and many h a v e e l a b o r a t e fur trln inlng. l.liu-l: ts In the leiid ior bilk cotts, which are U M j u l J j of heavy c r e p % i i i a i o m m or f a i l l e . I'.rnwn. helge u ul n a v y coats ot s i l k are) also shown. \n exceedingly hand.sotno cout of n r a s h e r dark beige f a i l l e had a border of r l p l e hands of m i n k , c u r v i n g upward t o t h e waist- l i n e In t h e f i o n t . The Tiit-h' collar of mini;, e n d i n g in soT reveres of (he silk, inul bell-'ihaped sections of the fur w o r e introduced Â«n the sleeves Just a h u v e t h e elbows. This coat was worn v t t h a m a t c h i n g frock of sheer crepe. \ \ l i H e fur, hi) In, ermine or g a l j n K , is used w i t h st I k i n c effect on coats ( f black crepe ( Â· faille. A volume might be w r i t t e n on the sports coat, fur n e v e r I live t h e fveeda been so colorful, a o v: rlcd in weave, So nlto:.'o!her siitit fyli f . True, t h e Chic Princess Coat for Formnl After- | noon Wear Is of Bciga Cloth. roat nJps lr smartly at the waistline Â·with Inverted tnc'ts, und has a narrow string belt c f the fabric. The fklrt is flared, us lire t h o . unusual buttoned euffs. A crush collar of lielge galapln rolls away from tbe | face In flattering lines. | For really formal wear, with the ; lowgei'-sUrteu fro ks of flat crepe or | feorgetto present* d for spring a f t e r - j noon occasions, I ' u q u i n conlinues to jnake his luxurlors ami i-lt-g/uit princess coats on clastfc lines. One model Is most f l a t t e r i n f . acccntutitim; the f lender grace of the wearer. Such n (Â·oat may be cut a l i t t l e longer t h a n the one for g e n c r i l utility wear, nnd usually dips s l i g h t l y In j h e hn !c. In record with the hemline of forrnul troekf. Intricate son mini; Is used on t h i s coat lo Ind ciite t h e waistline itnrt mold the h.ps. The g r a c e f u l f i a r p is phiccd v o i y low. and nrlfls lo the slim effect T i e model vias done In hci^e cloth w i t i a very fine ribbed Youthful T-weed Cape ioat in Oranao, Yellow, Brown, f o r Street. tovsn-nnd-coiintry twee I coat leans toward a flnur w e a v e i nd unobtrus-lve designs in beige n r i d 1 -own rust time or navy und irrny mix!',res, which tit Â» distance suggest phi In colors*. But the loosely woven tweeds 'or sports wear h a v e gone In for his 1 i color effects, and w e h a v e green ni 1 white, bright navy and w h i t e ant a whole range of yellows and t o m a t o Co orlngs. There IH much var cry In line Â»a well as fabric. Th three-quarter length sports coat is teadily gaining In popularity and It I i probable that w e shall see ninny ( t this type in tho late spring nnd f tmnxir months, Ona coat is n three quarter bulled coat of a tfoft sulpha yellow bMket woave nnd was deglgr ed for w'er r in tho South. Piiigorm! [ jckets, are buttoned to the coat tmd n trim be't of tho fabric 13 piped c|r vn with brown ktdsldn, which matche hut and shoes In color. The ascot P' irf i.'! a f e a t u r e of many tweed conts or spiing. Elbow-Length Caps. Pnton introduces tt n caputet In a youthful tweed cout o ' loosely woven tweed In bright ornn ;e, yellow nnd brown. Tho elbow-!en th cape IB at- t fnchcd to tl e vlecves i i the front and Â· falls Just below the w; 1st at the bnck. ! This coat is drawn 1 \ at the waist ! with a narrow belt of fie material and ' has a colorful stamllnf collar of paradise fltch which rppt its the yellow ' nnd brown colorings In tho tweed. A 1 boutonnlere njf the f; brie nestles in tbe fur -.t the base of the collar--for ' Ptiton continues to fn or a flower 'in bin spring frocks, suit i and coats. Another light-colon d tweed mixture, io ivory Â«nd heU Â·Â· w i l h u thread of black, is cut w i l h n flared skirt, [ diagonal pockets and bodice bloused ovor n narrow belt. '''Ids cont has n , novel square vest of beige gnlupSn ' w h k h button 1 ? o n t o tli belt. | Madame Chttnel's o vn coat, on se- , verely plain semi-fit! d linen, w i t h , m a n n i s h collar and la pl.s, has proved ' extremely popnbir will women of chic, I and bus been worn ! i the South in ' w h i t e anrl pastel woe lens, while for ; spring wear It IB m u d s of navy onul tweed. Marcel It icbns also dark blue diagonal fvv' ed for a y o u t h - ful sports coat, \vhi -h follows the lines* of the l u m b e r jt ckct ault in Its bloimed black ajid straight wrnp- arouml skirt soctlon. UIP odds a Joyous note of color In a triple scurf j of flat crepe In yell w, bright blue I and navy. / In the South many coats of white and the pastel shudCM, pinks, b l u e s , ' gruen and yellows, ha e been popular ' w i t h I n f o r m a l daytini' frocks 5n (hit ' crepe, cotton or k u i t i i fnbrics. if re- | q u e n t l y these coats ui ; made without fur, having collars o; scarfs of the Siune fabric, [ri other Instances they have cravats or s h a w l collars of w h i t e cal.vuk. There Is everj indication t h a t IMisK'l Jcrso.vH, ba^kt t weaves a n t l ' tweeds will be nm h n evidence "Ibis i coming summer. i A black 11 nd white inÂ»i.Â«iiÂ«. "-^.. ' I DAILY COURIER, CONNELLS TTULE, PA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1930. iMtVMtWKWAfWVWfWiiVlfW^^ Ladies' JERSEY BLOOMERS Madr of plain and rayon frriped jorsoy in pink, poacn, white, at f9c. Ian, f-oriso Regularly priced and Leatherette BOSTON BAGS 69c size; ppecial y Large priced. Men's Jersey COAT SWEATERS 79c Part wool brown heathef 1 . 44. $1.29 vtilu blue ai d Sizes 3C o Hand Made BABY DRESSES Dainty little dresses that feature hand embroidery and hand drawn work -Specially priced i'or Suburban Day. of Men's $1.69 FLANNEL SHIRTS $1.49 All sizes. Choic3 khaM and gray. Men's Ribbed I}NION SUITS 79c Ecru; values. sizes 30 to -'6. $1 MUM^ , T . . - V ' 1 * - , Ladies rt$fe VV^ASH DRESSES 89c One special group of vat-dyed dresses in figured prints. Regularly priced at $1.25 and $1.39. Fast Color PRINTS F'ull 36 inches wide -Regularly priced to 28c per yard. Ladies' House Dresses Dark print drersos w th (.hroo-quartev slot-vcs, h z- es 36 to 52, Very spec al I'or Suburban Day Ladies' Jersey Dresae* One lot of wool JPTI ey and silk cre-p* dresses tti tan. blue, black. Up to $5.5)5 values. Special Girls' Heavy Dresses Girls' Coats Wool, crepo and velvet drcases in red, tan, green and blue. Up to $5.95 dresses, Special $2.00 Wool bolivia coat c . -In red, fur triinmed.-' - 2-14 years. Up to $12.50 values, special at S4.00 Peter Pan Prints Just received new spring Prints. Every yard guaranteed faat color. Regular 59c a yard. Special, yard ,, Children's Panty Dresses 50c Wool jersey panty d ross- ea in tan and blue, up to $5.45 dresses. Age 2 to 6 years, special $2.00 Fast Color SHIRTINGS 15c YARD Romper cloth and shirt- Ings, Up to 26e values. 85c Ladies' Silk Rayon Underwear $1.00 values. Including combinations. bloomers, step-ins and vests. Jn p h i ' n tailored and lace trimmed style s. special ... .... . Ladies' Silk and Wool Suits Si k and wool union auits- in low nÂ«k, no sleeve, knee I c n y t h style. To i l.LT) values. Bh'.fs .''-6 to 50-Spec ial Ladies' Silk and Wool Vests Medium weight. Low noot, iio alfpvc styles, G9c and 79c value?. Sizes 36 to f3- JTQ^ Spet ial f Â»/ V' Childrfen's \Vaist Union Suits 5C-C- knit waist union suit;-, hipfh nock, long sleeve ankle length style. In i lain white and grey and white mixed. Sisws 2 to j 5 years. Special Ladies' Derby Ribbed Hose f0c Derby ribbed hose in file morcerizetS lialo rayrn plated. Light and dark shades. Sizes 8% u) 10, special Ladies' Crepe Undies Society crepe bloomers, step-ins, French panties and chomi.se, in peach, p i n k , green. $l'.;]9 lo $1.09 values, Spec ial , Hand Made Baby Slips Ruby slips, , beautifully hand embroidered. Special i'or Suburban Day 81x90 Bleached SHEETS 72x80 Double Blankets Ufgnlar $3.50 double cotton blankets in plain Tray, tan and w h i t e with be rders ot p i n k and blue. Onyx Silk Chiffon Hose Chiffon and service weights --SUk from top to toe with mercerized lisle wflt and sole. New shades. Square heels. Sixes S 1 /2 to 10. Overnight Cases And Traveling B igs regular $1.25 and $ values. Special _ -------- ~ None-Burnable Pads An ironing board cove: and a none-burnable pad complete, Special __ ______ Cotton Toweling Cotton and part Ilnei toweling in red and blu borders. Special "J /i/j yard _______________ LUC 81-Inch Full 81 inch sheeting- Sr bleached and unbleached Regular 50c value Special, yard .... 39c Feather Pillows Fancy tide, 21x27 incl feather pillows, regula $2.95 value. flÂ»-| f \ f ] Special, each Pl.*lllJ FLAT SILK CREPE An exceptional quality! 40 inches wide. Choice of many beautiful colors. $ 1 .45 yd. Ruffle^ Curtains , Rayon Prints Val-U-Ray and Pine Crest Prints in newest spring patterns. 79t: values. Yd. With rayon bands, 'i lance and tie backs, edged m blue, rose, goW $1.00 values. Special Thursday, pair Rayon Twtll Slip CSloth 36 inches wide n good slip shades, Barom tte satin finish. Special 59c Curtain Materials Figured rayon marqui- .KeWe, .fjiU .IU .iiifJb-'is 5 wkV. 35c and 39c value, Special Thursday, yard Marquisette F'anel Curtains S9c values. Thursday, each . Special Lumberjacks Odd lot mon's lumber jacks HALT OFF Work Shirts Outing' flannel, also blue cham bray work shirts -coat style with two QQ ''pockets,*" special OÂ»/C Ieri's Heavy Work x -Pants Priced 352.69 to $5.75 -Thursday 1-3 OFF Men's Winter Underwear Including shirts, drawers and union suits, in cotton, part .wool, etc'. All garments over $1.00 reduced for Thursday 14 Off Men's Fine Knit Â·Jersey Coats Black, brown, oxford blue and brown, heathers. $2.95 values, Special Men's Heavy Wool Sweaters $4.50 ami oper, 1-3 OFF Men's Outing Night Shirts $1.00 values . 79c 59 C Unbleached Muslin OHSLDREN'S HOSIERY 3 Pairs 50c Fine ribbed hoso in light and dark shades. Also 'ancy plaids on gray and tans. Regularly priced at 2Fc Sizes 6i/ 3 tn l O ^ g . TURKISH TOWELS; 6 ifor ,, Cannon turkish towels and lioney comb towels. Plain while with colored borders. Large size, medium heavy weight towels. Our Shin iiiaff Ouaranteo--Satisfaction or Tour Money Back. s sheets raacli; long wearing bleacbed Hh ing. Very Kpecial, of Pull 36 inch unbleached muslin, regular IS^c value, special, a, yard . -_ Beautiful Wool Challie $1.25 value, special for Suburban QO ** Day OU C RUFFLED CURTAINS pair Ju blue, rose arid gold with valanco and tin-backs to raatc-h. 1 ! p i ' i f ! I \$*M*A?iiÂ£lftW\fMtopiffWW^^ MM c o l l u r o t r x m t l v n i i u . J i . n K p i n k v l M . l K e hortwmt.Uly, ia us'^d lv" "worth""for I fox, Munv of these r..n,ml coals, one of his classic ,,rl .4s /rot-ka on uÂ°rrrr;;";; s tirx- T, wl , y simiile "r\ vhkh h -TM Rre " p-a,v ,,r h l u r k tox i r l . m u i n u . ^" ^"iv*,.,, bÂ»- ih t woman of alea- DUNBAR, SCOTTPALE, NORTH UNION BOYS IN "FOUL" TOURNEY L'.N'IONTOW.N, March 5 -- AVitli the e n t r y list clooing Wettnetday alter- uoon for he champion-sluj) free throw central- a. tho Yi M. ('. A., under the i county, tlie athlet-o o'clock. [fom 1 axl'litioiiiil liit'jfc'lfi \ i ' ereot-ed in V gym'iaMum . to Â« fix m e n (o nhool at 011^ t u n e athlctfs from each of tlu Leo Bkeniii, FMwartl Caniliu, Rugfno Slatiffer, K-enuclh Hwartz, Joseph Cou- way, Al .loxewKki; alltraalAs: Ken- 1)0 itiblo t 'JVn f nodi Riiior, I/OUIB Xravky. a r o i /S'orlh "Union--Sluffhauer, Lowm, Se- eligible to i)artici]alÂ» v ith bci ,vÂ«ui j long, Uhazic, KueinicrKky, 150 and L'OO expected lo bo lisk 1 for the competition. O'hc c-oiilest w i l l licl^rmino t)io team anl Individual chtunjilo-if hip -of tH-o th-o lu ;hest you have something to sell and ere in a big h arry to selJ it, let the cie,aii. ied erti^insj department of The Courier prov its ability as a speedy anr] efficient sales rtiedium. i' tho U n k m t o w u Ct-ntor ot the rinivti"-lty oÂ£ Pitteburg, Saturday a t t c r n o o n Ilolllb K. Kttndorhon, phybi- u i l d i r e c t ir, has rorcivei ncctptuiicos Irani t-evc u of the Ii3 school.) to whom invitation-; were- mailed. lhe.se ^''hools liu'luiU 1 Dtliv ar Township, Xoi h t'nioii, Houth Union, (ler- man Tow islnp, r i i i o i i t o w u , lieorsjiis Tnviisl'i|i and Scattd,ilp. C'ounty athleles particliKilinfr will IK- guests of iho Center at lunch hi the Y. M. C. A. at noon, with the con- lo,t start ns p r o m p t l y al 1:30 o'cJock. The awaidfi w i l t be made al -1:^0 SPOltTS J- number of euccc*sÂ£ui i"ies out Â£ 50 J i t t c m p t K being; decJnivd champio and tlig team with th-o liiKlicvt total coro the l-e-iun champion. Five schools liav( ulroady sulir ittcd lisis ol' atlrk-led. Tliev are ID follow.s: UuTibur Town^liip -- Jobcph '1 illpy, .laiue-i Bailey, Kug-i'-nc Keilly, Ik -bert Miller, John Behrcnw, Charles teBh- onberg, John Ncre, Raymond Bu key; ' gymnasium when the Cokcra zilternatPH: John Kane, James, JgJo- j "ni home" to tho West Nowlon Thorpe. | Â» * * S n o t W a l e -- tt'illiatu (''ox, D inald Union town is p ' a n n i n p a caravan Kiehor, Jack Waiile, VÂ«rnon lusk. i tor ilaa'ch 12, (o i. lit Stu'lium, Pitts- Cmdi'ic, Crosslaiui, Rihcl, Cloodieh; alternate: Oeai'y. Ueraiau Township-- A. Donnelly, B. nenilso, K. llout, .1. Crack-owitch, K. Umbel, M. Newman, S. Pupuego, J, Pleula, M. Springer, G. Matthews; alternates: T. Teets, A. 1,1 p lock. There seoiiifi to IMJ a lot of Interest in the girl giimo w h i c h will ho played tomorrow night Â«l iho High School will be h n r g , w h e n C h a r l e y H j a f ; nid (* Cohen, two Uniontown bo. 1 ^, t-^nio on tho coUepo ciuinlet. will 1 e honored., * * * Â· JJelle V-PI non came t'nroi gh w i t h a 13-9 tally o v e r Pay-otto C ly al, the lattor's court laht evening i i a clo;wly guarded fray. In onr model n duy. with the t h n t our c i v l l l x n l l o n tries U- nnd to i K H l n f n i n , n KK'in nii ny are nunle nei VOIIB h,v jieiK't anrl soll- tude. Our speed of l i f e Is sui'h thnt tmiifilly, when we seek r "pont 1 , we mnlie n mnd dosh for It. Rut solitude tins a luind to Â»tll) the puls s'Â» itai, u voice to c u l m nnd reusatire. Solitude Is a room i n t o , which wo CHII retire whenevei wo need H chnnge from pros ent eonipiiny. It is a bourne of solace and reflection. -- American Clnsslfied Ad", uuiekly follow. 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