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MONDAY. MAT SO; 1918. THE DAIX.T COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE' -NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Class 'of 191 S, Scottdale High Scbool, largest to Graduate tSere. 46 YOUKG PEOPLE IN IJST Continued from Pace One. lives to devote time and money unsparingly in an effort to relieve the distress of both the military and civilian population, has imbued in the war- scarred peoples of Europe an enduring love and respect for this nation. It is in France, the land that has suffered most from Prussian barbar- .Ire on 3i«iior Kol! for l?«ur ity, that the accomplishments of the Years, A-yeraffing SB 1'at Cent in ', Red Cross are most prominent. Head- M»dl 6S Baring *bat Period; Class' ed b " James «' Perklns ' o£ N * w Y , ork ' 0 - a great mercy organization has been Has tuu»aal ICword; Momcn Busy, j buiu up consist ja s of 2.000 American men and women. A vast number are Specio.1 to The Courier. ! unpaid, while the others receive only SCOTTDALE, May 20.--The class i enough to meet simple living ei- of 1018. Scottdale high school, is the penses. NATION-WIDE CAMPAIGN FOR RED CROSS ON THIS WEAK, NERVOUS MOTHER Tells How Lydia E-Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. largest class ever graduated hire, numbering 46. The class is distinguished in other ways. Its scholar- sh.p has always been above the average. Eight out of the class are on the honor roll, maintaining an average during the four years oC 90 per cent or more. The class has an unusual record tor conduct and has been a favorite class with the teachers during their whole course. ' American women have been estab- The baccalaureate sermon will be lished along the lines of ccmmunicap: cached in the United Brethren With General Pershing's Expeditionary Forces the closest touch is kept through divisional and regimental medical officers, while representatives of the department of information and casualties and the department of home service are in constant contact with the men whether in the Philadelphia, Pa.--"I was very weak, ·bvays tired, my back ached, .and I felt sickly moat of the time. I went to a doctor and he said I bad ijervous indi-; cestion, which ad-' ded to my weak I condition kept me worrying most of i the time --and ha said if I could not stop that, I could , not get well. I heard somtichabout j Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound my husband wanted me to try it. I took it foraweek and felt a little better. I kept it up for three months, and I fee! fine and can eat anything now without distress orn srvousness. "--Mrs. J. WORTHLINE, 2842 North Taylor St., Philadelphia Pa. The majority of mothers nowadays church by the Rev. I. E. Runk on Sunday eveaiog, .May 26, and most of tie churches in town will join them in tne union services. Class day will be obsened Tues- d.iy. May 2S, at 2.30 o'clock, and re- prated in the evening at S o'clock in hospital training camp or field. Rest j overdo, there are so many demands stations' and canteens operated by I ppon their time and strength; the result, is invariably a weakened, run-down, i nervous condition with headaches, backache, irritability and depression -- and ·con more serious ailments develop. It is at such periods in life that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will I restore a normal healthy condition, as it did to Mrs. Worthline. lion, and emergency needs for hospital supplies, drugs and comforts readily supplied from warehouses maintained at strategic points along the line. "To the civilian, and soldier in France the message of America's friendship has been carried in count- ihe Scoadale theatre. Following -is | less ways," declares Eliot Wadsworth, tLe cast of characters for the ])iay, the title of which is "Claim. Allowed." ".Mr. Lafohl. manufacturer of munitions." Leon Morris; ".Mrs. Lafohl. his ~wite," Edith .Myers; "Dabney Lafohl, for hundreds of soldiers at railroad his patriotic son," Joseph Knovvles; ' "Ethel Lafohl, his, daughter," Nellie Newirrgham; "Lillian. Carmen, Dab- noy's fiance." Marguerite "WaUers; "Tom Bradley, Ethel's patriot," Francis Folk; "Mr. Meiz, an Ameiican German," Pred Tischke; "Mrs. Metz, bis son's wife," Mabel Bryan; "Kher- Metz. his grandson," John Kre- of the war council, who has just returned from a three months' observation trip in Europe. "Supplies for thousands of hospitals; rest and food junctions; food, clothing and transportation for refugee^ driven from their homes, and a helping band in their housing and the beginning again of their housekeeping are a few of the activities." With, a vision that has distinguished its work since America's entrance into the war, tile Ttted Cross already has es- r.ior; "Mary Metz, his granddsugh-j tablished at Berne, Switzerland, large Mr," Gladys Pyie: "Mrs. Hohenzollern, I warehouses containing supplies of i propagandist," Isabel Markle; food and doming for Americans in "Heine Hoheazollcrn, her brother," I German prison camps. Packages for Ralph Might; "Mrs. Thompson, of the ' Red Cross," Mildred Stoner; "Boy Scout. doing his bit," Charles Dioker- to£C; "N«b. a black ( bird," Wesley l.oichlitcr. The stage manager is Merle Wanganran; assistant. Catharine Hess. Other parts of the program, are: "Ziron's orchestra; class prophecy. Elizabech Either; violin tolo. John Jterriu; donors for th-; aft- trnoon, Evelyn Cramer and Clyde Parker; instrumental trio, John Mer- rftt, Joseph Knowles and Katharine -Mae McBurney; vocal solo, Mabel Xiron; quartette, Mabel Ziron, Mabel Bryan, Evelyn Crames and Isabel Markle; violin dnet, Robert Smal and John Kromer. Commencement proper will be held in the theatre on Wednesday evening at S o'clock. Following is the "program: Overture, orchestra; li.voca- uon. Rev. James E. Hutch'Lnson; mu- NOTICE TO MOTHERS You can quickly heal baby's sore, chafed «km whh Sykes Comfort Powder which contains antiseptic, healing ingredients not found in any other nursery powder. 25c at the Vlnol and other drug stores The Comfort Powder Co., Boston, Mas». understands his position because of his association with a little girl. The child dies of typhoid, brought on by Impure water, supplied by .Marion's political ruler. Eventually Fair's relation as godfather to the girl becomes known to Kate. The love element between Farr and Kate is charmingly developed. Parr's fight upon Colonel Dodd furnishes the picture with many big dramatic scenes. A selected comt-dy is included. Tomorrow's attractions are "Boss of the Lazy Y," in which Roy Stewart is featured, and a Universal "Weekly. Wednesday, Carmel Meyers will appear in "The Marriages Lie." Thurs- j day, Carlyle Blackwell and Bvelyn Greeley will be starred in "A Loap to ABC A I) E THEATKE. the prisoners are being sent forward, under arrangements with the German government, and through Red Cross channels there comes practically the only official information concerning those Americans who have fallen into German hands. Supplementary to its otter activities is a campaign of the Red Cross to combat ~the ravages of tuberculosis in Prance. Every protection is given the dependents of men at the front, and special efforts are made to effect a recovery in the cases of those soldiers who have become subject to tho disease as a result of long detention in prison camps. In England the Britisn Red Cross has carried on a splendid work since the beginning of the war. However, the American organization has contributed from the war funds more than two and a quarter million dol- I blended into a rollicking son-g sic. "A May Song." high schoo! cho- lars for British relief. The American dance _ rcvm, sums jip r-us; oration, "A Challenge to Duty," I commission in London looks out for Emanuel Morris; music, orchestra; the welfare ot American troops who oration, "The Passing of Kings," Nelle Wooley; music, high school chorus, "Welcome, Sweet Springtime," address, "A Man's Job," Rev. Robert MacGowan, pastor of Bellefleid Presbyterian cbarch, Pfctsburg; crusic, "Swing Along," high, school c.iorus; presentation of diplomas, Sk'emp, of the Board of Edui benediction. Xaklng Comfort Kits. The ladies of the AV. C. T. If. tomorrow evening, at their legular meeting, will take out 50 comfort bags to make for the Red Cross. The ladies have alreay made 55 for boys who are sons of their members and gone oat from here. Beside this number they have made 11 of a different kind for the Red Cross. Savings You'll Appreciate In these May sales. Great lots of choice merchandise of the most approved quality at prices that will not be lower. No question of latar advances. Prices the manufacturers are now asking for goods, to be de- livore-i in a few months, mako it absolutely certain thai you must pay more later. Why not buy E'IW and save while it is possible. Jn conjunction with the May sale ot white we will coiiduct our annual mid-summer millinery opening. This is our first complete display of the new hat styles for mid-summer year, and includes all white, all black hats, black and white leghorns, milans. georg- ettes, transparent brims and others beautifully trimmed with wings, ostrich, coque, flowers and ribbons. Only authentic modes are shown and you must see them. The Broadway Ladies' Store. As yon get off tho car. Scottdale.--Adv. stop over in the, metropolis enroute to the trout, while American troops in training camps or hospitals In England are carefully attended by the British organization. American relief in Belgium has _ . i been conspicuous since the violation Robert i of that nation by Von Kluci's hordes, .latiou; but tie work of caring for the civilian "MARY BHOWX AND HER TROPICAL MAIDS'--Another dazzling miniature musical comedy, liberally supplied with chorus maids, fair of fact and figure, in a spectacular feature on the Arcade program beginning today, It is an unusual offering, being one of the best musical shows in tabloid today. A resplendent riot of tinkling tunes and smiling song succours, and the "Mary : Brown and ' Brown's Tropical Maids." Kennedy in their comedy singing and | dancing novelty 19 an extra added at- j traction, seldom seen outside of the j larger musical comedy. The Musical Walkers in a novelty musical act. Last, but not least, Mary Brown herself is worth Eroing miles to see. A handsomely gowned chorus, composed of fascinating singing and dancing girls, and the scenery of new and today (That appear in person at the High School Concert Monday E¥enin§.) Sing and Hear the Peerless Quartet Sing-'o. 20354--Good-Bye, Barney Boy. ?fo. 20353--I'll Come Back To-You VJion It's AH Over. So. 20201--Chin-Chin Chinaman. So. 20296--Yocka-Hilo-Town. Hear Campbell and Burr Sing-- JCo. 20S50--My Little JSiunljIing Rose. yo. 20:552--For The Two Of Us. So. 2010S--One Day in June. Hear Henry Burr Sing-- y3. 20293--They Needed An Ansel In Heaven. yo- 20350--She's The-Daughter ~of Eosie O'Grady. Hear the Sterling Trio Sing-yo. 20S53--On The Ttnad To Home Sweet Home, yo. 203.52--Where The ffoniinir (j lories Grow. No. 20199--Gire 3Te The Kiirht To Love You. i'o. 20151--Indiana. Hear Collins and Harlan Sing-"o. S02S1--Circus Itey in Dixie. "o. 302S1--.lust Try To Picture Me Back Home m Tennessee i'o. 20143--From Here Ui Shanghai. Hear Van Eps' Banjo Orchestra Play-"o. 2032S^Stoekyard.s Blues (Fox Trot) - ' No. 2032S-^Poiularity (One Step) Conveniently Located Pathephone Department--Main Floor. Store Open Tonight Till 8.00. Connellsville's Reliable Store Housefurnishers Since 1891 How Men Handle Their Money-Henry J'oril. A man who is perhaps the best known manufacturer of automobiles is Henry Pord. His wealth is' estimated to aggregate almost on« billion dollars. In the nineties he was working for ?45 a month and saving money. In 18'JS, he organized tne Ford company and accepted a salary o: $100 a month. He always saved money and the company which he fatJered is managed on a prudent basis, niaiing improvements out of savings instead of using borrowed capital.{ The service of The Citizens' National Bank U available- for all young msiness men, who aro just starting oi.t in acme life. 138 Pittshurg street, Con- nellsvi'.lcv -Adv. population, driven into northern striking design, are other features Prance continues under direction of to be seen with the Tropical Maids. the commission located at Havre, the I This company will present three bills temporary seat of the exiled Belgian government. Jn. closest cooperation ·with existing committees and army authorities, the Hed Cross, through donations of food, clothes and comforts. is endeavoring to alleviate the sufferings of countless men, women and children. In Italy, the work closely parallels that done in other Allied countries. The regular tasks, incident to relief effort in a belligerent land, were increased tremendously by tlie disastrous retreat from the Isonzo front a year ago. Thousands of refugees streamed across the plains of northern Italy'with little or no money and with a few household belongings snatched from.tieir firesides as they fled before the Austro-German advance. American ambulance sections aided in the work of caring for the wounded, while Red Cross workers established rest stations and canteens where the immediate needs of thousands were met. Since the retreat, the American Red Cross has been active In providing shelter and sustenance for the needy families who have been forced to leave their homes in the north. A recapitulation of the expenditures made from last year's war fond stows that ?30,936,10C was spent in Prance, 53,086,131 in Belgium, $4,588,826 in Italy, 51,0206,906 in Russia, $2,676,368 in Rumania $89-1,580 in Serbia, ?3.260,230 in'Great Britain, . $4,467,300 for other foreign relief work, and $9,723,123 for American needs overseas and at home. Aft fife® during the week, each one up to date.I skin diseases. Acne, eczema, itch, pim- On the screen Monday and Tuesday , P'ra, rashes, blackheads, m most cases. wiH be Helen Ho.mes ,n her new ^ JTM- jWf'lS^! For Itching Torture Clmntfe of Progra m Three Times Weekly Where El ery- body Goes. Alwaj-s Worth While. There is one remedy that seldom, fails to stop itching torture and relieve skin irritation and that makes the skin soft, dear and healthy. Any druSRist can supply you with zemo, which generally overcomes "" serial, "The Lost Kxpress," a picture f u l l oC romance, thrills and daring adventures. Wednesday and Thursday, Hedda Nova and Frank Gtendea in "The "Woman and tlie Web," a serial taken from, the present war sittratfon. Friday and Saturday a special feature Fox comedy. usually Btops instantly. Zemo is a safe, antiseptic liquid, dean, easy to use and, dependable. It costs only 3Sc; an extra' large bottle, $LOO. It will not stain, is, not greasy or sticky and is positively! safe for tender, sensitive skins. The E. W. Roes Co., Ccrekinti. O If TOD Are JTDntim; Reai tho advertiseing columns of The Daily Courier. You will find thorn. N A T I V E H E R B TABLETS standard ' relieving: D I T C C N A T I V E K l I \ V H E R B JS£*Ak/hS T A R T T T T C : BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists refund money ifitfails.25c the have o n l y been Recognized TJ herb remedy; sufferers f r o m Disordered Stomach Biliousness, Constipation, Impure Blood. Rheumatism, and Heartburn. A great Kidney and Liver Regulator Look, tor the luoney-bock guarantee in every box. Ge-t, the gonu- ^\^ ine. Every tablet stamped w i t h Cflj this trade mark "^5/ Pi-ice $1-06 per box of 200 tabletB, Sold by A. A. Clarke and local agents everywhere. FOR SALE Automobile Tires 1 For a fow days only Special Priws o" all sixes X. S. Call and invpstiiiaie at Cll TV CRAWFORD ATE3TUE, WEST SO)E. You have got to clean and dear the THE ·THE LANDLOPER"--A five part Metro feature, in which Harold Lockwood aiid Pauline Curlcy are seen in the leading roles, is being shown today. "The Landloper" is a colorful dramatic drama, with Mr. Lo.ckwood acting the role o£ the picturesque hero, talker Flarr is the assumed bowels ihoroly to have good health ! name of a wealthy young rcau who, ifter inoiiUis of indoor lite; you would ' on a M'ager to prove the theory that io so now if you could see them as ! an ' ma n *an find the full measure of fou. do your face or hands. HolHs- Joy *n Hfe. no matter what his station, becomes a knight oC the highway. His ihree mouths have about expired when he reaches the town of Marion. There Rocky Mountain Tea cltans and ;)ears as nothing else. Start tonight. Drug Co.--Adv. Hunting BarcaJns 7 ifou will find them ia our ad. columns. he finds romance and adventure. He meets Kate Kilgour, She makes a vivid impression upon him, but mis- PARAMOUNT JHEATRE --TODAY- HE WAGERED HE'D BE HAPPY EVEN AS A TRAMP AND THUS PROVED A GOOD THEORY IN "THE LANDLOPER" , A COLORFUL STORY OF ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE,'BASED ON ^ THE NOVEL OF THE SAME NAME BY.HOLMAN DAYS WITH HAROLD LOCKWOOD IN THE ROLE OP THE KNIGHT OP THE HIGHWAY. ' A METRO PRODUCTION IN 5 ACTS. ALSO A KEYSTONE COMEDY. TOMOEEOW---- TRIANGLE PRESENTS THE PEERLESS COWBOY STAR, ROY STEWART IN "BOSS OF THE LAZY Y" A THRILLING WESTERN PLAY OF THE MOST ARTISTIC ORDER. ADAPTED PRO.M CHARLES STELZEL'S NOVEL OF THE SAME NAME. LOVE, HATRED, QUICK SHOOTING, HARD RIDING AND FAITH. ALSO A GOOD COMEDY. ALSO UNIVERSAL WEEKLY. Week Beginning Monday, May 20th Matinee 2.30. Night 7.30 and 9.15. A Resplendent Riot of Tinkling Tunes and Song Successes 10 PEOPLE--THE SEASON'S MOST W1SXIXG TREAT--PEOPLE 10 SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE FEATUBES BBOWJT ASB KENNEDY BEAUTEOUS MUSIC MUSICAL WALKERS INSIDIOUS MELODIES GUIL CHOBCS KEFBESHKG COMEDY PRICES--3IATIXEE, lOc ASD 15c; SIGHT, l.c AXD 30c. On the Screen--Helen Holmes in "The Lost Express" III- OPPOSITE POSTOFRCE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. HAVE '/OUK. PRINTING DONE AT THIS OFFICE. i READ THE COTJKIEE. TODAY A.ND TOJIOKKOVr WILLIAM S. HART IN "Tl tSit u

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