The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 15, 1918 · Page 14
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April 15, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVELLE, PA: MONDAY,. APRIL 15, 1918. HAN WHO SCATTERS SUNSHINE FOLLOWS WPATOOTMASTER That is Beliefv of Bener tatA Prot*etlre Onler of Elks, IT TEACHES PRINCIPLE ·( OrgMiutittD to Sembtr- ·Uf of 4ZOJXX) It O«e of the Ke- Hlta of TncUet of Chuitr. Justice* of rUeiitJr mmi BrotfcM-lr lo-re. "': Tlie principles of our order are -QauJy, Justice, Brotherly Love and Fidelity. These are the foundations upon which, our order is founded; thoie are the magic wards that In the .-space of 50 years have marfe this the. ·greatest American fraternal order. : "We believe the man that scatters '. flower* in the pathway of his f ellow- men and lets into the dark places of 1U« the sunshine of human sympathy '.and human,.helpfulness .is following in the footsteps ot his Master.: : ; . "Wt believe a smile is better than a : frown, sunshine better tlian clouds, and ianghter Is the sweetest music in · all [he world. , We believe in goodfellowship and · that it is our duty .now and then to turn aside from the cares and anxie- .-ties of life and sip the lioaey from the flower of pleasure. My brothers, in the struggles, trials and triumphs of the future we must do our work, and act our parts, .and we will best perform our duties to our '} selves, families, neigh-bors, to. country, state and humanity, by keeping con- .·stantly in view the noble principles of our order. . Great movements in the world are not the result.of chance, and it does not merely happen that halt a million v of America's best citizenship have I identified themselves with the Order ..of Elks. They have done so because it stands for something which commands the respect and sympathy and admiration of; good and. true; men. "Because it stands for patriotism'and loyalty to our conntry and its institutions and as a constant lesson in that 1 patriotism and love of country,' it drspes the American flag upon the' altar of every lodge which opens a session under its authority. . Because it stands' for justice be- twe'en man and man; .justice tempered with gentleness and mercy, and, as an emblem of that justice, upon our country's flag we place an open Bible. ^_ Because it teaches th sweet virtue of brotherly love,' not. only, between members of our order, imt' toward all mankind. ' . And because above, and beyond all. It teaches as a fundamental basis of .its.creed, an .all-embracing charity, '-not merely the cold charity that, lim- . iU itself to the paltry gifts of alms, but that sweet charity which freely spends Itself in ilndly words, in generous thoughts, in gracious deeds and warm-hearted love. These are the things that have appealed to men and caused them to flock to our standard and to swell the jnifbty host that is marchiig forward under its broad-thing banners: '"'-'.. Atom Xlssed Finnic. ·Consider Admm--He nevw:. had to lilten to Even' groan because she wish. ed she had something decent to wear like other women. He never had to spend 50 megs to doll her .up and then listen to her -rave because she ·wai all dressed up and no place to" po. But--he never enjoyed the extreme pleasure of sitting up -with a sick friend. If Ton Are HnUng Bargain* Bead the advertising columns of Thp . Daily Courier. You will find them. Compliment* of G. CORRADO DUNBAR, PA. Dave Cohen The Tailor IF TOU WAST TO BE AS ELK, 1JRACTICE THESE. Don't worry about your work, or what othera do or say. Do the best you cian, let the rest -KOjHuid^jifmUe all the time;-- ,. Eut.;tho Golden ";Kule VJihlo ' . practice.... jTidgei'men^nol 1 b"y "·'~siiigle~acts but Dy'-Hbe?suhi-bf all their acts up-to-date. "When men fail Be Pair. Make one person happy each day and ta forty years you have made fourteen thousand six hundred human beings happy for a little time at 1'east, SHOW FOJTBEST CAUSE Entire »t Proceeds of Elks' Minslrel Go- to Bed Cross. *sot since Elks.and.minstretey.be- catnc inseparably associated has 'Con- nellsviUc L*?dge -.61 the E. P. O. E. given the proceeds .of its annual, entertainment to -*· -better'cause than tlie "Red ' Cross. The "ComieUsvtUe chapter..-will.re ; ceiYe:the 'net proceeds of the shows tomorrow and Wednesday nights, and therefore the Bits fed they are doing 1 a good work, in asking; the people to pack the Soisson Theater "both niffhts. . The money s-ptat will bring a twofold return--the -pleasure of-witness* ing a good .entertainment and that of knawing- that. tHe. proceeds will help tlie wounded and sick soldiers who have spue and are going to the front. BOOSTER COMMITTEE Live Lot of Men 1» Charge of Annual Elks' Minstrel Show. J. M. Doyle, who served tlie first lull toi-m as exalted ruler of Coa- nellsYiiie Lodge of .Elks and -who by virtue -of .lhat service became the first jast...exalted riiler of the lodge, i5 chairman; of the committee in charge ot'.the-Tnmstrel being put on tomorrow and Wednesday nights at the :Soissoa Theater. .Associated with 'him. are 19 fellow Elks. .Raymond E. Shaw is treasurer of booster advertising;, and James Searry treasurer of tickets. The other members are M. B. Pryce, P. E. Koelker, Harry.Hopkins, Robert IV. Leiberger, Joseph.G. Tippinan, Davi'd S. Trimble, C. A. Wagner, A. R. Duncan, .Gaetano Corrado, .Harry Smith, Alfred, Hampton,. Otto Koehler, J, B. Mil-lard, Mr. Smith, J. J. Driscoll, Joseph J. Thompson and Doc Buttermore. . ·' trill 3fnme Officers. Appointive officers of Connellsville Lodge of Btks will he named at the next maeting by the new exalted ruler, J. G. Tippman. . Connellsville Drag Co. 130 WEST CRAWFORD AV£. Will take your sub- . icription -for Liberty Bonds or sell you W. S. S. JUDGED BY CHARACTER Applicant for Membership in Elks Must Believe Self IVortliy. ! One who permits his name to go before an Elks' -lodge as applicant for membership, has abundant reason, and a recognised right to expect that he will be considered upon his'worthinsss as a man and that he will surely be judged by his character .and standing in the community in. which he lives. He expects that I'ae ultimate action by Hie lodge will be in accordance with his established habits ot life in a social way, and in his business .reia'- tions. All this he'must have. .: The' same law that guarantees the right of Iranchise to the voting member, also guarantees to the applicant for membership a ballot free from malice, and free from all other h'urt- ful influences. A.W.BISHOP Jewelry; "B. 0. Watch.Inspecter" 107 W. Crawford Ave. e. Pa. ·MM The Best People on Earth Buy Their FURNITURE, RUGS, STOVES AND PHONOGRAPHS AT Zimmerman-Wild Co. "The Big Store Near the Bridge" 154-158 W. Crawford Avenue, ConnelhviUe, Pa. KRAMPE'S BAKERY jWhole»ale and Retail Pies and Cakes a Specialty Wedding Cakes and ·~ -HMeciionery Tri-State Phone 291. . ' T I 326 N. Pittsburg St. 5 : itQNNELLSVILLE, PA. F, sans TEDE Poplar Grove Coal Co. P. J. Tormay - H. B. Brown Buy your Liberty Bonds first and then your next winter's supply of Coal. Westmoreland Grocery Co, While Camping on the South Shores of Lake Erie try pur Imperial beer ERIE BREWING GO. ERIE, PA. Distributors of LAUREL FLOUR HUNTS QUALITY FRUITS Greensburg Connellsville Uniontown Compliments of The Royal Hotel CQNNELLSVILLE, PA.

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