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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 4

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POtTR. IMS COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, I-A. Till USDAY MAY 2 iaib H f i N R T T fc"ourcti and L* SNYDSR, t or 1.7J 1316 TUL C O I K I E K K. ^1 SVYDER Ptesident J A.S J IRICOI L See y and I r e ^ a u r t BUSH ss JOH" L CANS M na.«ir ^ I ditc \\Aj.rrR s SUM ici C l t j Ldltor MISS L i N N L Ii KI* hoc c-tj T d i t o r MT \ i B E K OP A.UC it b u r c a j of C i r c i l t t i n n Pen: ·« U an - \^3f ate UiiUea Two ce^ts pf-r c py GOc per m o n t h Jo per i eir b j trail i! pa.it in id\a.ice "-jjostofflce Connellaville P t. The German Mind It is not a be recc It t^omiess mastery thia because it has been bv truLai Ly dia 'Td of tbe Germans ai ( Uis of icers have ruled b i m r and they Consistent ex prcision of tin. fae"\ile mi n d To un deiitand it you ha\c onlv to under '-t.ind tht. peace 1 '!! virtues of the pco pit \shoLi Bi^ma rk of hou^c servants Thev ba\c long been governed bj I Has inb inc. of subserviencv m fact, it most irrogin of all t i e gen em m me-, b. m a, p c r f t i t miliLan matru c, tldibeb of Lu~opc--the Prussi m mcnt H^ obe\s o de s like j. devoted i 1 hope bj orulalitv to r u l e the o It, Vnu he \vill do what lie u- ordercd because lie know a tlie t ITi cacv of fear a his O W Q c ise, and ut_ nation j w i I hope bv fnghtfulness to strike · into b enemj The Courier's "ervlce nnli ariat-! T h t \ bavt submitted witb a. touching fai b m then oppre-jsi\e proter-toiv 1 mud 3 enumtiual poet ic ind co-aifoi t loung plundered for centjne« b then marauding neigh hors thcj- have been glad to league iot,e hei m the Germin empire v u h no ma ter \\hat lobb of petsoaa,! lib ert\ dnde tbe domma on of heir t i(.nnom- \\ar lord Th* % ha\e ietn bound He hab the courage oE un 0 iLstio ling obedieuco H* m tst b( sent to the attack HI muss formations but he w i l l ^o blindU ImKing a-ima w i t h his fellows Bilging solemnly in 1 stall, of exalted met i L^ \ \ b c n he is he 1 mil the linos m safef. be w i l l cncouiig hmibLl" w i t h h j m n s of h i t t H a t i c n 5i d ibe nbiloaopher u tbe r \(.nge of the weak Taught \M P L n t I V ne n VLPH 1 SIjlG-,r Compan H 313th I i f t n t r \j S *, \ Camp Lee Pa ersburp ^ a- M1CH VM Ctl r3N I 3O K \ R O l D Rl^ti \ 1 vttor B ricld V r t i *r\ 2St Di\is*on U ^ N G LI 0\ U B C C X. t rrpanv F "7th Cnpineer-: i ^ A. t o - · \ j e - \ i i t h i * n n r t h e i r on batctj It | in h s du 3 out lit vsil en \amorad dt ended them supcrbU in tlie p i o Ka 101 d to bis i i p i o r s at 1 w h t n cured \\ars of t e las centiifv hrst he is tak n pnsoner he w 11 bt gentle bicidablt haid wo King and h ippv I ni !b lame masons be makes a I t e i f c i [i\ He ttill bo u u m )le m t,ia.tia n a c f t a c b t r o u s is an in in iiUttd child and serulel) free of au\ sens of the obi gat ons of bospi ; cur 11 rrom their old $ i and Uien from ·iv 1 Is the A.US nan hen old eouq icrors i the French The\ be lei i that it ha-defended theai as erficu n I u t h e p r L a c n L \\ar B\ insp ted n c \ \ i ind orgi'd dis-aa chcs bo h a v e been eon v i iced hat the\ were i n v a d e d before Lb b war \vos declared and thev still b o h c v n i Th?\ b e l i e v e tl ui thev iro calu "* I lib irabassador m L neutial c o u n l i v u 11 be a f it t i l l secant dis ?ui ed IB i gentleman git h enng Member at The A/mociated Pr*R» The Associate* Pre s 'a es c u i i v e l eat tied to tl e use for republlcation c i al 1 nowff dis patchy cred ted to It or not otherwise crcd *ad n his pap*r and also the local news publl^ie 1 The citizens of Conn hsvlle and Other eommuni es as \ve 1 ba%e but a. vague idea of the work b mg done b\ the Red Ocss Tbe"\ kn iw in a sen eral w a / that it re'ieve distress 11 tirues of gieat calamities and in w a pe r formi a 111 ar se v u e amo ig ht so diers But v, t u e e ci TIC IK n n tenaH and e* iip^ien,, v, i ca i«. actj e '. t,mp o^-i in us m *,u ns of mero ver little u kno^ n ou'^ide of ihr comparatn el fCA\ persois t onstitu ing tQe racmbe^alnp of the wo"ktn' T departirea'a of the local rnap'er For macj months past r-e (.oanell ville chapter has maiat med org*i^ ued wor** room^ where urele la Ji f u j acd pat no c r OU.CD of the c O and -ucmity h a v e o^en jtailv enga t 1 in mai ng ho-pital garm* n b and sup olies surg cal d"e--»in 0 -v and knit ed a tic es The se%erTl cla» 3 eo h»v%e SOLO ateaJih aJaead fiorr dav o di %ee to T eek and mou h to m o r t h s n\ a., diligeiirly to add al 1 i-iat lbe^ can to tbe » o--^* o' the a~ticles irat a-g aeeut c i" prodi? -s i j j a n t t c- f v oa- aoUherb acro«^ U a. ' The Ked ( ro-=s plact 3 « j t h Orn faith and rel; nee upon i to onsecra ed mdust-j. and p.j.t"iou^n o f the won en w h o are members of his j, oat or Saniza.tioi hat it d e p e n d s a mo w h o l l y unon them to 'un sh the m i l 'ions upon mil tors c £ snnnc" = dresMn^s and supplies required o P'operlj ca~c inr ie UK' and wouid ed soldier The Vr-iiv urniahes h pi i. ic an= s g* y~\ r J ^^ t ' corps but it lof»ks o i e R"d C rca-. to o ippK he a-tic es i h i ev iji tc a icwa ^ aiifeitng ai J to ^a « l i f e Tre Ht. I ro^ n mm r t l i e s upon the womea of Vmc ca to ash on tbest ai icle^ according to e»tab ushir standa~ds jut of matei 1,1 the o-gan izaiioi furnisher T'lU 5 * the dppar raer t worke"s o the Conn^Ilsv lie chapte its branch cs and auuha'ic^ have beeti contnb utins: directly to the sto-e 1 ; or article the Red C~oss ha^ bc°-i sending tr Prance in constanttv ice ^.a-mg quan tites In o"dei *bat th* 1 people ct the communitv ma\ better nforn them se VCT ot the character e^c ent and quahtv o ue \«:ork bem., done bv tht Connellsville chapter a li^plav of t f products of its members w i l l be made at headquarters ton i At This is an occasion A hich shoul i call out everv resident o r the city wh^ has tho«i;hiful concern for the wel fare of our sold ers ^ OTT that oui troopa young men f'-om iur own town and ueignborhood are .ctive parMci pants in the great strug le now bemt, ^aged m France the tl ings tht. Re i Cross of ConnellsviHe as pa-t of the greater orcaniz-Uion is doing form* ihe mos-t uirect connecUrg link b£? tween the people at hom and the bojs at the front To show TOW thio link is formed and what t ie women o ConneilsMlle a-e doing n fommg i is the object of Jie innct on to be leld tonigbt U is open to tie puolic. \ j u will be much the better itizeii neigh bor ajid. patrio^ if you nil visit Red Cross headquarters and Mere learn at. nr*£ hanxL-wLai the woman of the ci j ·without ostentation or p^de excepu the just pride in duly well "and fait fuii performed aa\ c t een dom a as their part m helping L o ^ in the wai 'i*.liting in sei r riefenso t ndrr the s t , t \ i n t s gObSip In L plot to lnt"a t b e i r onl^ self protection \nd thei are fight in EC is the t i m i n j it Tnt man who has been go\ erued b^ arro?ince ana has how rd d c w n to feai s a man who undr- *tands no in trurient ht L ci ielt} 10 urot,inc of the ber\ant who is proud of bis mister I i^ t h i b lack of leal c o u r i g o that mike b i i n continually boast of lu c lack of fear He b u l l i e s because he ha= i l i v a i i been bulled Jir does not compel resprct He v. i 1 jn\ariably unc, rsiftnd report to f n f r h t r u l n e s s i h is weapon cnnc inri i *\ ar --le ^ ill know ao compas ht niiso in sion -Ie w i l l ha e no digni --not cnn^ t\en the dignih of pit} Ho w i l l be a t u t oi ce ircrtdibh cruel and ncredih y pern He vull persecute noncombit ii ts oiiirigc women mutilate chil I to h dren bom card hospital* k i l l \viunded toTicnt prisoners cut d o w n fruit treeo rnd defile with animal lil h u hat he his not t me to dps ro r e i di chirqed ser\ant ikins hii \ t ugi. o i the n. tt -en It i.» i n r » t i b r It = n be Bin "(. of ho -^r i]p Tilled o fo ihese th ng and r i 1 11 «;"o w h v tne s' oald rot be 1 ue Ii» ofi f-trs will order tht-n ('one bv tbe world w i 1 not u f i Is o unlersiind it e in 3 hiTisclf a l w i ^ s m^ard^ g n tbe iutoc""i r w h o m e to d fend him trom ihe wo*-Id t'u problpm of thi-, ^ar first ik be niUitary autociaci ir Germ »n\ ind Uien to set free the mi ids of t ie t tuple, I i= i p a t h e t i c sort of problem It is a proitlt-n that cm ot be aolTO'i in lercns of hitrea and revenge It is p o c u l i a i l th pro lem of I* 1 ** ^me^l can peop l e w h o hive nothing 10 gau fro-n 'i ri^feit of Gcrninv but tnr -afcf\ of riemocra^^ m «o id poliucfl arc! who can noi o^iabli^h a. T safet\ till G t i n f l n v Is fe!f a true dcmoc rac^ un erv lp aur* reassured n i t n r I r u r i nii'-Fi' n on the u P n o t h i n g l t. H«i Un to Berlin *ln\ Tt e d t c r i n d t a T h e nt in th j o u h i\ t i \ j t rs a r e The f m r i t r - j n e r is n i l ]- l n e = f r » n no - \ r r i i j,ed 1TIOC -iliT THE ^iAM Responsibility for -\ nn ng this war rests lust as hfa-vil} upon ou as upon aa^ man m America or any man in the Allied armies in France Don t tr to T" ^ er 1 ^ i da ^ - ic t i M i c - *! u d n t rh t u hand t of Hindi. ^ Jo tl *e I tt tr I f 1 J r n t h^ 1 u I i n e r c l v n TM \ r T. pood ouch u 11 n m i e n loi-t* VKP j* i n t i t P nd s i M r r 1 ·* f»r t i n t h ^ n r 'or h f n rid fr»r 1 f T-t lir lie t h r i f ut a o riier SALES RECORD REACHED lur Saunas Stamps Sold ! T i Schools laki HI^U Mark of Sl^lT^O. Tbe Jj g"ii va-ter mark i.or cho sale oi \\ai btvinga Strmps in the schools n as rf 1^^ eci I'm i=di w h e n $ l,5a" 30 of thtii ^ ere d spoieci of Th^ Sec ond and Tl ird \» -rds ltd w i t h ^63** 2a « h i c i i a! o made a rn-Offi for sa'e in tbe scho )1 T^e oi^er gr-ule schools al o made excellent showngs The b gh f'hool st ic'ente pu-chi-scd ?2S6 in siani]j but most of thi* bcavj bu^ frs in h L ma itution have ^ncnt their monpj f - J ihcrtv Road 1 Tho si nding of tbt, st-bools in the stamp HI t-? o! ows Fourth w a r d a^d ^ou Ii Side $4b-i 40 Srcond and Third r ird J63 ( ) 25 V, est Side si57 tt^ Hi?h "nool ^-o The grand total for t h p -lale o' stamps is now f u n d th iV'e r ipp d idrtI'- ll! p I ' Bnng rrsuiis AdTertlsemenla Cost only le a i t c s \ Swl-s n o n - i p i p e r r . ns n r 1 11 b o i n n the \ i c t PI ictn uton* ^ n o t h ^ r in / HL-^ \ a f t iei" i n the ti 1 -* 1 f i m e a i t i^ t it it H i lr- | lo )*«t j m o i f f the n i i f h il i v; hat B I I MOTOBP\G. From ?: InR- nvfr the tc p or t h I t \ Fnnd q u o t i to the bo torn of i u t j m u r d e r m"ter 1 ^ i" ^ n m e r ^ ^ e t nimii H\ ·= rfctivittci t u Paw e q j a l t o e \ « r j t.mcr^enr\ · nt c i choo '·PI o^d^ u r e qoocl, . J n t h a n k f u l to 1 urn a lot in r u -i i n d 1 JHK I n f ja.j s i n d on bar a r r i \ - d lie V1 Ii are h it I hare *ur ii-o K a s » f i - The ui 1 d ear k i l e 1 r u b e i how gh ! s ill here to b ov. m t u b e " Somet mes The Germans Should '^^l^n. P i t t ^ b rg 1 G izotte ""imc f**rm n t o i v n ^ h i p F i c t t o u n t v 'ids t o rhinc-f its n a m e ill r i R b t =! loner i^ it Kc^p«t n n-od c UK tf vn*int t h e w o r l d 1 f o r an orb ^ e won t w orrj o\ cr v hf*\ it S Q u a c k e n b u ^ h K c M 1 i f l c J For tl'e fi-st jear or tbe Ecrcat ^orld war Vmrnci marked time blind to the fict that L berfv had oe omc t h e lea! i-,sue b md to tne fart that the G^r- "ian people had goie mad m tt-e c avage philosophy of the insine 11 ict7scbe and Ui i the freedom born of a thousand j ears of poll cil t ivail "wis hreateactl with cxtmc t on "We could not bring oursehes to be i e\e tha the Germin\ o£ Heine ( oethe and the gentle Grimir^ of Mozart and Mendelssohn had gone cruel y mad unaer tho jungle tutelige of the bea^t with fhe wilnered n m ''nd was seeking to impose upon the free people of the u n r d i militarist svsterr ahhor-pnt to o^r \erv souls ·xn I lh H J ni f ft h u _ h wh«.n i.ra|j stw « h r i K*K! 1 * i l d n l n ^ to ^e t h e ^p-ln^, f r rinMH nt bin t h r o u j r l ni« s t r e u k f 1 and ^ rpnLh* 1 i m Ju i n s l i k f T \ ( . r t h ri. \S lif n b ! ( / S T i d c v l i r pin^, low n f r o m N f i m e w. r 1 r LV. 1 nj, T.ns- 1 ind 1 uri 1 vll d m r t i r i d =- In n\ lit nn 1 i I j , u r ( rn i 1 ior a n d s n r o n d B u t I n j p r i t h r u ^ h s l o n t m i ^n w t h o nip f T nr.t nt iin d i s Tla "· i ! " v . 1)1 I «pr njrtim* 1 lirt, 7^ \ I I u j son e bonds I T -i-i\c hr- b o j n s i" 1 t r tt» I f r o m m a r t al i-p*; I i p nd 'som* 1 1 o»«*s 'or i r r iri T.nd p r u n e s t n d !o ^ sonip m i r for r u h h f r 1 r f « T \ o 0 t i t Ic!" c i ^ i r i inrt v. nrs and nnd i * inplr 1 H i of tin- l i n e ) -^1 f ^ 1 l i v « s Ii rp n" 1 i h rf I 11 11 1 p rt on f l o n e t,r o t n h P ] p t ] t K" ] f r ?· work t h i t i b l f s l t h e h u l k \Ml KO f o r u i ^ o h n ---mpch m i r i t h o i i « i l l k f t he rt and to bind L.S as captivt 1 ; to \. chii THfc JUSJ 01 W J I A I Hh tOLM). He i i d n t \ v h l m p e r or complu r H l i d n t k i r k about th** rim O r l i m e h i s I U C K w h e n L l i m b s \ v o n l w- r ^ H u t ' i \ t o di he tl plod i l o n p l u s t h i a w a t c h m a n on h i t r o t nd M a i n tht* I e-U f *1 n.t c f ) u n d ot wheels of the r slmMng KuKui \V* now Know thit the fate of ute ! world is Ir the balance "We ki o\v that ai best onr allies ire fignting a r M f a t a d i r . to^r^ i th h m ii Don. I forget this fact put it aside dra^n battle with the Runs--that we You have ju-.t as muci as stake ab nm«n rush to make B ten ^cnfirps of an one of them 'blood ancl mcnej as \ve have never T "iour ctmntrj S just as milch men ' k n o w n or become a las^al state Our | v accd ah theirs lour propertv % o u r ' - j n l d i e r s are unfaUQrmKl\ marching T lainlly ^oor life and ( u r 1 bertj is to tne fir "g line prepared to make in just a* miic'i dangei c siiurome sacrifice as f*-ee men But pOB-sibly ou»- convlerce isr t '-houid for the chaPtitv of -viomen and as ale-t. ( t v e honor of m cn and to prove thi' Pos-^lbh jour lovaliy 3 aVie«p h n e wor d ii rul^d b lo\e inrl not br Po*w*blv your «e!f respect has gone nate b t fl l e ThK Is the supreme moment "W* 1 PostbJv 5011 are Jt«i' an ordinary niu^t «acrincr ererj lu\ur\ great or Blacker «mall 'or tne sake o' the I I n e i t Tnen again, posstolv the mattci j l o a n a that these soldieia TIIT be fed hasn t been brought strcfstu home to ' a n d clothed v(J Lhe i uffc"ings mide He l o o k " i H « h i r d to Lli n k t h B u t £ I I be prn.tt.ful oi ! 11 the happlne*; 1 hf hal s ,fl m d«_id U o n e kno^vn i nui?h gain an los« he usod to m o r t a mci m u ^ t trudge t h e t i \\ r nifch rain nn '-nine t h r o u c r h g i i^ s t h e n tip I H i t r e a d i*e s 1 oro i an ill eas% pa (FLAG COUPON) HOW 101! CAi Gf T V SFJUBYnfl) FLAG 5OR WTPLl JImY. 4.1 that is necetsa-v for yoa to do 'J to chp the coupons and bnng or send them to The Daily Cour er office with ?1 i9 and the beautiful Flag is you-s Descnp ion--The flag is 8 feet long ~v 5 feet w i d e --tinproof and sunproof American bunting--absolute K fast colors Stripes sew ed double stitched Has strong canvas beadiLR and inUal p-ommonts T'Hfc bxo I ool I Lip for 6 Coupous* 01 Consxutne Hates aajl $1.1*) Cull. \otc --If ordered b Mail add jOc /or packjug and postage f l i p THIS HAG COtrOff T O D V V I and, with req nred cash for Fla^ s t r d to Flag Department THE DAILY COURIER 129 1-2 H.. Crawtord ATC-, Street or E, P D Town Statc_ One Gent a Word, No adv«rds«nenta for Lena Than 15 Cemta. Claaslflod columns close at pooru Adrfirtlsements of wanta, OIML. «tc. received after ^at h o u r w i l l not ap -^ar u n t i l tbo day followma vrSD -- TOUR business HFNDINIi, S. \\ A N T E D -- D SHU S.SHP R AT M A N H A T T A N t \ L 2 j i , p r f ~"\T V N T l i D -- C H A V B E R M UD \ P P U \ TObCrll HOT St. a i u p r t f ·WVNTI-P--IDISHHAH1.R \T B O K S T V L K V N T C n n y l t V \_NTI D -- O F N L R V I HOI fa! A o r k 4 1 j Sndcr s t r e e t 3Qapr*H* i--COLOUL.D T\ AJTI R AT \ O l GH HOI SL K1STAI RANT 2 9 a p r t f d k i t h e n g i r l ROOM A N K X P h Rl N C I D p p l j "WCSf P K N N TEA Imay2t; W A N T E D -BOYS A N D GIRUS OVE 16 \ c a r = i of *s» P iid w h i l o len-rnicp C O N N F A faMLUD SILK Mil L. 12aprtfd Kor I OK S A M - -- I . . U M Of 2.0 \rrtl-S a b o u t m i l e f r o r B r o w n ^ f l e n e a r I r l ( k road _ n i l e r l i i 1 v. i t n smrf.1 vr-In of coil and v a l u a b l e !inio«t n f r o n t i n p on M noi f_ Uielii r i \ and ra.1 r m l brick dv. H i ., hou*-f h r im of n i o u n n.in v, Lt,r -^plon id I ropei t j for h t o t k r a i s i n g " r fa-m ns: w i l l fir 1 -! .Jaws irvirKft 'or par Ion p - o d u r F rul j loent t- Brow n s v l l l e cilv l i m i t s an* 3 t o w n 1 L p l a n t ^ n e r on,, tpcd In olho bu«jln* e ? and oirpr** a. bir^ain priot * 100 p**" irre Rood ermF J 1 ON \L.r 1 ~RTFR P O 'Bn-K "·" Cm n o i l K / l l l f Pi HQn.prf'rt - r A p\TTVI M b r pin s t w i t h urn-ill -sipphlr B T.HC mother of p t u r l He« ird if rot me 1 Lo thi 1 I i r n ^ p l t I U i r a - y "inn-t WAVTFD--\VXD\tAN TOR GFIsTRAL house-work Apr * MRS i J ARM STRONG at ^ i f i i e h House res aura.n I OST--SI NL il E V T N J N G CHAJS f"-m vatc 1 - f o b inltii s M I» H. cr bottom. Reward I f r c t u m w d to third f 0 r Stra f o r d Spartm^a^ji or biff i,T.frpru n P O stall n 1-nn.ySt* C A N T E D -- B R I G H T UO\ O\ t R 16 j ara of age to lt,im job p r i n t i n p ; In qu r e J O B P t P V R T M I - V r C o n n e r 16a.pr tl W A N T I - D - E O R "AAI J- ITbT I V K r o o m houfip w i t h ta.h South Side pre fcrrt,d Phon* Tn btata 437 WANTtD--A.T O^Ciu. size hou«o \v i t h conveniences, or a p a r t m e n t s f -vll 747 e i t h e r phone or tell ' I n - v e t C \ V A M t D - W L D D J E AG1 U cOLOH ed man 1*0- s w o t . p i n f , car** 10 h o u i s h i f t . NLph t u r n S padv v. orK \ p ply Master Mocbamc "ft cut Pcin Rail w a j i bhops. lina * l %\ W 1 tD - \r ONCL, L.XPLR cnct d b t l f i l a d y m i i b u^dersl^iid al t,ra.llon« tn 1 C u r n i ^ h r e f o r p u c e t * J\l Pb t h , o p £ t s i»j- "APTxrENi hroi E"0 N o r t b P i t t s b u r R - street. 2Gj.prt* IF EN NEED OF PIT POSTS WKITF o u p - w a n t i C. H. BtPD Addlaon Pa. K TBTOVE PaTiiurw and sir tv GOO'S, I'M \V o-*t CnvwCord n-ri nne Drrr«»ra»*rinK urrd DKKSSilAKER AKD AIA, KINDS O « ? w i n f T 'H N o r t h Pittflhurpr Btrc"t tbo\e be Bazaar store M R b JOSC PHIKF DIET! R Imay2t" THE rFITM -it N ST U^I ION B U \ L f scoCt vfi\ ma-kc tlit e*itirx b-napon nn ti I T P nil form, near D a n U i r K c t p r HI N R ' i « r"N( L A p p r t n t d lice-t-t No "J2, not rcs^tc-cd but lound. WNTfc-D--OL*D PALSrc Tl ETtL Don t m-u.ttsj if brat on I pay $2 00 to S l a 00 pfT «et Send by p ircel post and r e c e i v e check by r e t u r n mai I*. \f\ZKK ''00" South t iXth atroet, Philadelphia, Pa l l n p r Z 2 f \NT1,D-TWO M I N FOR S U.fc-3 ·VVfc. 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