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.V Â· Â·:; Â·Â·Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· . ' Â· ' , Â· - Â· - Â·-Â·-Â·Â·Â·Â· Â· Â· 1 UÂ»ely Press for Informal Wedding ) i. Brides -wno leel that -nr times, or Â·tber raÂ«Â«DÂ», demand Â· simple wed- dint, with only OM or tiro attendants. iÂ»ay Â»U11 wish to be married in bridal wbtU. TkÂ« Kimater (Irctthetn splendid opportmltles to Jhdilge this delta*. AB tbe delicate, sheer, wnlte fabric* tot frocks -- organdie, batiste and at their command for beavtttd gowns, and there are ma- Itnes, georgette, organdie and neapoli- tan, or kair braids, fron which to choos* karÂ»\ The addition of a Tell to ttÂ«tÂ« M( picture bats for midsummer .tt* them for the wedding- ceremony, 'Â·Bd vbea It Is taken oft their oÂ»etul- MM for the -honeymoon: begins. - Jtut ' how successful the summer bride may be. If sh* elects to content bendf with a ' simile' wedding dress Â·f whit* aheer food* Instead of! satin, and a delicate and beautiful hat Instead of a Tell. Is shown by the bridal cwtnm* pictured abore. Here a (own Â«f *Â»Â· embroidered batiste i* aa.flne- Â·ralned as the richest of mnterlals and. Its usefulness only- begins with the wedding. The. hat Is of : feorgette crepe, with stitches Jh heaTy em- brolderr. sDk. relieving the plainness Â·(.the crown. The Ma edf* Â· soit- ened by a border of the crepe falling about It The moat delicate of white roses are set between two sprays of white satin wheat that reflects the heart of rammer, aad a white georgette Tell hangs from the bade to three- quarters of the length of the figure. This would be as perfect for an outdoor weddinf as it Is for ehneh or home, -Â· Â· .. The refinement of all-white makes it a cherished prrrUege, dear to the heart ot brides. Next to-it for good style at a simple wedding comes the beautifully made tailored salt In which the bride goes away. UMttneMi F Avon* Cute faTors for a lusteheoa are Uttl tats nad* of slik or ribbon. The brims an oM-faibJooed round pin pjrts and. tbe crown* small staffed pincnsblsfis fastened to them. Make them ta harmonize with the color scheme of the rnnchepB, trim with tiay ribbon roses, and pot a row of colored pine anud the edge. NEWS OFTHE DAY WJT BRIEFLY RELATED Food Conservation Train :Â·' Here Tomorrow Iroin 1O to 5 O'clock. '"W. Ta., for dnty with the Red Crew. Ketanm Haiie. Mrs. QÂ«or je Â·'Wriflit has returned to Moriantown, W. Vs., after a visit here with her nephew, Clarence Wln- grore who Is In the local hospital fol- RECEPTION COMMITTEE NAMED Tin. TU W. HÂ«ner Bnd* 'Wiwm tÂ« ta cm BMdrteg L)Â»* at ExiÂ«sltln M Â·Â»]*Â«,Â·( FooistilM Bc-DB ) Satw. to Tbe.Covrlir. MOUNT FUiASANt, July 22.--A reception committee has been ap- appotatad with tbe following, persons on It to be present and welcome the padple wÂ»o go tomortow to the Pood CoBsenration train at the Baltimore Ohio depot, 10 A. M. to 5 P. M,; Mrs. 9L W. Horner, chairman; Miss Mary Hitchman, Mrs. J. 8. Mullln, Miss Agnes Vetesk. Mrs. Virginia Hood and Mrs. W. F. Smith. Miss Rubjr Albright held a garden partjr at her country home (or Class Ko. 3 of the Re-Union Presbyterian Sunday school ot which she Is teacher. v.The jvitsti present werÂ« IMitn - and-Violet Lemmon, Sarah and Kdith Copeland. Margaret McClain, Amelia Pershtag. Olive Lakii, Mary Hannmli MoNÂ»uÂ»hton "of town, Â»nd LÂ«ona Leilhty." and Bertha Coufhenour ot Coonellsville. ; TÂ» VeiUote Service Flaw.. NÂ«u Sunday morninf 'the Re-Unidh Presbyterian church wni dedicato an .tenor 'roll and acryice flag and,liave church lowing an accident misje. In his father's " The United Brethren church dedicated a nag at the serriee* yesterday morning. The urrlo* flag has 28 stars and one gold one. .The flag was carried by Lwls Brown, a student In who was 'home orer Sunday. Mrs. Kliubetk Dawsom ot Uniontown li TiiiUng friendi here. The Hardest Part of| Dish Washing I tV the greasy pots and pans that eat up time and spoil hands and tempers. Keep them mirror-bright with no trouble at all. Sprinkle MULE TEAM BORAX in the dish -virater. It doubles the cleansing power f the water. Cuts the grease and dirt off vithout scraping. Best tor silver and glass ware. And your hands will he softer and whiter When youfinish your dishes than they were when you started. 20 Male Team Bordx has one hundred house- Hold uses. Night," a fire part feature. Wednesday Carmel Myers and Edwin August will be seen In "The City ot Tears." Barbara Cactleton and tiring Cummlngs will be starred on Thursday in "Tbe Heart of a Girl," OJUTlEUJmt THFATJir, Hike THE FULUfOCHT. Â·TEND" .ME TOUR N.MME."-- A fare* comedy In which Harold Lockwood, the well known screen star, is Â»en in the leading role, is being shown today. The-story beirins when the Earl of Gllelgh is advised of the' coming from Europe of.hfa ilotnineer- Ing wife,' Sophronto, an dto escape her he arranges to trade, identities In "SELFISH YATE6." a new photoplay torturing William S. Hart, the Thomas 11. Inch star, whose western characterizations hare become motion picture classics, Mr. Hart has a new and intensely interesting role, thai of a dive keeper In a mining town in Arizona, whose selOshnem is hii stock-in-trade. Yates'theory is that his own. peraonal Interest ihould engage his attention solely and refraining from Interfering in the (fastness of others, he sternly prohibit* anyone eiee from Interfering with bis. AXC1DB THEATRE, The attraction at the Arcade this ' week will be Arnold's Northland! beauties, a company that, comes very j well recommended. This company i teatures Mr. Arnold In the role of a black face comedian, and in this char- j acter tie should get many laughs as The Colonial Theatre and Apartment Building Corner of Plttsburg and Green Streets, Pennsjlrania, j This property comprises a theatre with seating capacity for about l^BCO, four stores and 6 apartments of 5 and 6 rooms and bath. Electric lights and steam heat Building originally cost about $100,000 and lot $25,000. Â· . Price for entire property: $35,000 cash -on terms, $10,900 cash and balance OB mortgage. For further information communicate with U30 K Street, ST. Washington, D. C. with his double, Warrrt Elliii, a sec-1 th !Â». Var !!j T Â°'. f""fÂ»Â«er always takes ond story man. The complications start with the arrival of Sophrtralo and arÂ« further developed when the Earl and his double meet the same girl. Rosalind, who Is played by the star's leading lady, As the Earl Pauline Curled Is 'married and Ellis Is toward ed and general confusion results. Ar- single, the manner oC each ^the girl is widely contrast- tlstlc settings are acharactorlstlc Incidental, feature of the picture. Elaborate representations have been made for the town and country homes, of the Earl of Qileigh; where In all the interior scenes transpire, and one of a Bag raising;, at" the rusual hour. . ; ' . . . - . " Â· DaafthUr at. Kelson, - * Sev_: and Mrs. A. P. Kelso are the proad parenus of a daughter, .born at | ^" u ^"; t " - ^ :th.e Memorial hospital yesterday. : ' Xrs. Carbaaga Called. Mrs. Sarah Hood Cafbaitgh baa been dnlered to report: August 15 at Nitro, .weil wltb_ Arcade audiences. added .attraction the company carries is Miss Lillian Duvall, a very entertaining soubrette. Special scenery and lighting effects and a chorus o f ; good singers and dancers is promised. | On the -screen will be seen Helen Holmes -in. the ''Lout Express". I-1IU I. K^ led Â«.M THE EAST DOLLAR. California's i ; mo-rt lainous . 'snow places,was used for making of the exterior, scenes." .Twenty-, charming Â·Is present a delightful dancing ejt- ire dancing on tbe spacious. lawns of a beautiful California estate.-' A selected comedy is also shown- Tomorrow Viola Dana, will ba presented .In "HidVrs. of the Father Time Helps Saflngs Depositors to Aeeiinilate Money. ThÂ« first dollar that you save will always be tbe best dollar, because it will earn more Interest than any other "dollar. Time 18 a large element In all.financial affairs. Tou should begin saving your dollars at .tiiie earliest possible moment. Deposit tie money with the Citizens National. Baok'and you will be assured p.bil- *ive. Safety and. a fair rate of Interest. :Trtift; bans is .located at .138 North Plttsbarg street.--Adv. . . . MO newspajxsr can auccccc! with** out aoVÂ«!rtiÂ»ir)K, tticreiove we solicit the patronage of our readers for those who by their adveJiuing help to make this paper possible. BELL-ANS Absplutely Removes Druggistsi refund money if it fails. 25c A Battery charged backward- means a big unnecessary! expense ia a short time. With! our uprto-date apparatus, this Is impossible. Willard Storage Battery Service Station |H 115 First St^ West Side. J. B. KURTZ, AND REAL ESTATit. H Seiiuv M*adrÂ» *Â· $1.00 PircaJia Petticoats .,,. -Women's ?1.00 Gtogbsfo. aM Per cale Underskirts--limit one to customer--at only 69c. 55c Gingham Dresses Children's late model Gingnam Dresses in smart plaids and com bihations of plain colors, 6 to !Â· year sizes, at 65c. - ''f\,f~*" OF; Women's and Misses' Shoes $1.89 _ $1.39 Up to' Pumps "Women's Patent and Pumps, sizes up ot 5%, $2.50 Pomps Misses' White Canvas Pumps, sizes 8% to 2, J1.S9. 7Â»c Tennis OxfbrdB / . Women's Misses' and Tennis Oxfcrds in white all si'/.es in the lot. $1.95 Dull .Kid ' $3.00 iVhite .Â· Shoes Â· Â· Â·Â· one-strap special at Women's White Canvas. --Lace Shoes, low and Wsh heels, all sizes 52.59 i .Sandals j Misses' and Children's Barefoot Sandals in tan and black, special __ $1.69 69c Children's ; and black, i 51.65. $S.OO Si Saoes Â·-. 1- Women's. Novelty Shoes in plain Â· and combination colors, odd sizes, Â· Saturday only at 55.95. $5.95 JBÂ» 1 VÂ«^W^ A. *TT* t't'i'-fl 4V T-'T^ rf^T"*' GREAT - S ALE OF DOMESTICS 22o Euli bleached Toweling, 17 inches wide, at yard : oc "Everett Classic" Ginghams, desirable dark patterns, yard ~ 36 inch Percale, light or dark patterns, o valua, at yard jl.95 Seamless Sheets, full size 81x90, JÂ»-J /?O 64 inch Table -Damask, extra jualitT. 65c JO ' ilue at , *OC Â· 35c Quality Huck Tovels; large size, 18x30, Â·at - . 2Sc . Amoskeag Apron Gingham, absolutely last colors, yai-d Â· Swiss and Cambric Embroidery, iTorti up to 121jc, . at yarci ; Pillow Cases, full size 36x42, 28c T2 inch Taole Damaslc, ?]!25 value, special Â· at yard KOBACKERC * " " THE BIG STORE Special Sale f OF Two Weeks Drafted Men's Suits from $6.00 up to $12.00. Single Coats and Pants from $2.00 to $5.00. The cloth is all wool. The reason for selling so cheap is because-I am not only depending on selling Suits; but my main business is Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing If your clothes get torn or moth eaten or br.rnedi bring them to A. Shulman. I am sure you trill not be able to find the damaged places. Men's Suits Steamed and Pressed Â·. Â· Men's Suits Cleaned and Pressed _.. Ladies' Suits Steamed and Pressed __: ^r ._ Ladies' Suits Cleaned and Pressed _; ; :..Â· _ 750 . n.50 . Sl.OO . ?2.00 A. S H U L M A N 241 JT. Pittsburg Street 229 Trl-State ConnellsTiUo, Pa. Gray Hair WEAR Homer's Want Ads--1'Cent a- Word" FITET Ir5K~It's Too TtÂ»A There TTium't Anyone Aronnd i_hAit~,5dul^il w ~ .