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May 30, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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1fJKitP'L_'' J "r'^'i -T ? r g ' i ' J '---- ? ! 1 T B 'ftffi.f'y C-^i »._. **" H ^* THE HEROISM OF MERCY fly OPIE READ There is no greater heroism than the| heroism of mercy There is no truer i bravery than the bravery of tenderness | Out of the crash of nation against nation | arises a Christ-like sympathy and the 1 insignia of its tenderness is + he cross of red It is the only remaining glow of a | Christian hope. It is religion under) shell fire. It is a sigh set to the music i of sympathetic action If a man ^ h o j speaks truth should say to jou, "Withj the use of five dollars jou can save a useful life, alleviate a hundred nights of pam," jou would giant him the money. You would not feel that you had ·lost, but gained. This is what the Red Cross says to you: " Give of your safe and secure substance and I will sooth pain. I will gather up men, heroes who have been shot to the eaith, and housing them I will nurse them back to life For mj self I ask no recompense. MJ reward is my conscience. Mj applause is restoring man to his family " Hearing these words and feeling that they are true, would you hesitate to open jour purse, whose contents were gathered in time;, of peace ? The Red Cross appeals to you personally To you it opens its rneiciful heart and begs you for assistance The cutting down of one luxury a daj would mean a soothing tenderness on the red fields oi France Georse :on ca^ Uc^ar. Tu's Vrdlj of r Canteen--Hie Cayesi, Br^teai luae Rcm One Ever Saw. oJ . t .i illL\U LCD f JI7E uiia UlU Youthful French Orator Seemed to Think Lafayette Was Really the Father of This Country, By DR. ESTHER LOVEJOY. Wbat Is the attltu le of the French { J jia\ete u» insepantilj issoclateil lii people toward the Vuierlcana? Tht | the mind of joun 0 1 runcc \vlth tne French are a \erj pjlite people unO j Unltetl States ind all it stands for i-n t mentioned J u \ e n U e 1 rer ch no matter what theii Inmost thought* ma\ be they are not IlkcH to expres^ an opinion to an Un rican other than complimentary Bui the children of all the uorld are ^ulleloss They can be depended upon to express In public the priiate opinions of LJboJr parents The children of Fran e are cru?\ abmu Americans In \tnlfo-m so v. e jjue^s what their parents fel tor us On one occasion I ^v is p \=;sin£ a pul He school with anotl er Bed Cro^s wo man physician In u uform fD3 a French visit ng nurs The school had Just been dismissed and n group of young bovs came trooping out In stantly w e were sunoucded aud after a second's parler a ^oung Alirabeau f about twelre jears, the spokesman of the group, stepped fon\ ard bowed formally and delivered an address on Lafayette and Am nca which was punctuated by the applause of 1 is ad miring compatriots The Americ in Eaplec could not po=-^]b!v h a t e scrpim **d louder in the United States on the Fourth of Jnlr than U did on that back street of a munition town In France Washington Not Mentioned There seems to 1 e some difference, of opinion on the relative Importance i of certain historic characters connect ed with the American Resolution i Gtorye "ttashirii,ton \ccordlng to the \erslon Lafaxette wned America Ilit 1 - was tho most -lorious n.liit^c roent in tht L brorv o the \vorld Sin t,le hnndcd ind ilont Lnfa\ctto so^td the seeds of libertj m the United States Uiat bpreid from the At lantlc to the P icific and fired the oulb of a hundred million people When the American colonlfc % ero In a death stnK 0 le w i t h the Uano\enan mo ister on the thronp of England the Hohrn zollernsan I llos^lfin 1 : ind Oindcnbur^ cr^ and alt the IIs it,prebcntnig IK11 on EarEIi 'n th it f!ay incl generation I-afavette crossed he octin on a slow Calling ship -so slow, so slow for so swift a soul -- aad si\ed America \nd now, after 1JO \ e ir» the hosts, of \mtricft a million strong are return mi, that historic ri^" for the purpost of repailn^ tlie debt of gratitude To i^ that the tudicnce followed the speaker would b uiideri rating the. case Thtj -all seemed familiar w i t h the speech, ind their ippliu^e fre quentlj irtlcipated its cHimxos Good feelirg v,is rampant ^ o shook hands with all tht jount,btcrb within reieh and as u e tuiTied th corner «e looked In^r u h t I i I C r s ( i i ( i) i Jj MI Jt i-- j ( j i * n 1 1 i i , r 1 I i - 1 \T i n i I me i t in f -, li r i h ! jd i i -, 1 1 r sh )\\n m i u 1 I r 1 oni u i i j I d i ·-· \u»r r Vn i ~ i e ! A i v- i 1 ' ' 1 l I t v, is ^u i -· r h i 1 (Hi U,.! l l I L U I 1 I Oil ll \\ l ) K I l l l 1 I 1 1 i ll v t i n u l i i » f Mn i \ i Ii i ell i f l u i t il w l n i t In i l m i l ) J t w ill i 1 ul i - 0 u ( VL u 1 u s t i i 1 \ i i Ii i II 1 st n ! b M i 'it ( i 1 - I ^ t f ,, 11 r in - i i s 1=: n e ire row f t ( 1 s i i m i n n'\ si\ s. ! u s n i i i_ \ \\ c in il t» in i s j i t u r ..o r or n l i s i v n oui in n i l ! s ] m 1 ei 1 f i r s I f n I ·· [ ( 1 ( i s Ml ( t i r- i i it O t i 11 i ( i K \ i ' \ \ n 11 ri II is tlir- H f { r r ( f T i ii f " t 1 :I» m n 0 s j ' si d n i i ( f 11 md \\L 1 it f i i t f \ \ i Mh «' s \ \ L ' i i i « 1- i il I t II r u it 1 o | - - 1 i i ^ o ! t u tin ,~s ,,0 nTM i 1 1 \ M I i ( t ( of i t n i \ s i i f i n i n 1 tlnn 1 ( h o i ·)'·»! s r ' us n U LM n l i i 1 IL 1 ) i l n»' u in I \ A iss K i l l l in H i Mi*1 * 1 i f 1 I ii u « i- K 1 of in of s } } s i ) i i s n hi niGM i l i 1 t . r i P u T i u d n 1 c i i\ ( k \ t " in 1 i n i I i \ ^ " i i - i i 1 1 \ \ i i \ *· UM i l l P t U U I I ) II. i ! ( ( h u n t k f lilt * m ^ n i Md-Cl cf Cl^an'mcss Br ghtcs* Lit le Roon U t l - u 1 i f t it ( i i \ \ « til]*- i L \im m in a d i i i In lu -' 1 nn 1) iiu X i in it u WAR FUND COMMITTEE TELLS HOW iT WAS SPENT. By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN Of the Vigilantes Talob IiOki.re was sc Ucti Jt tlio Iitllc . It il cro a u o m u i u U) liut c )Tet u n t i clc--k 1 Uilml the omite- o hli t,cn Umilmcli , . m i l 11 him cuintort iblc enl ^'o-e ui Rout rs Corntrs H i s l . U i , Uu 1 ttk 1 l 4 limits v u m 1 his ,. Q ^7 tiiccK book n « pen hefoic fmj jud luotbtr m just IHII K :II 10 uo this nun i TM ° "irt ot it, Says John D Ryan, he \\iia t ipjlns tn* trout tc ct t \ \ l t h l t'li. end o{ n ponholiltr mil u] i i r n n t l j j rnasli'cnn,, dn pl\ Dun! 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Ard vhere the stucken miles unroil Ye sound the lesuuection r.oin, Abo^e the bier uheie Justice lies, With \isions of an age ne\v born, Ye ir d the dead ai ise' O V\ orld, that walkest now m tears Vrhore Tmth a,j t an is crucified Aite 1 the thousand thousand j e See yet that (Jhrj^t i 5 not denied! the r i d entered tlio store ind sto for l riKJiuoitt l e ^ t i f f i n ^ , i b jjropiittor u i t h un amube I srnilt W i l l Caleb, hi ob-i nul \ m look iml act r lore like i l c k ' t i l e r ( \ e r » d n ^o^l Ine I prtsiiiiu 1 1 t l \ vou n t f r u L f i u ^ h p h t r \ o u 1 1m* M t l i l ^ rnontl b imouic In nioro s i a n d i r d He or u^e it to Iniv \ o u r \\ilt ttothcr (Ifiun nd r ollar Mr lio^erb siiillotl il^o hut lit ivj» btrioub ei t ii£h i inomi nl l i l t r D n he. said I ti.ll \a i « h i t 1 « is li(- r o jn I u a s li^^tiln "In Jiei [ haiki t b i t t e r moke tht i.h ( k I uas unln to t.i\e tbi. 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In- life bv doin It otiMn t \ u u bell tin t a i n nd t h e ^LoU stoie hi It b \vh it I \e just betn t % in to r e n t / e D ifi I \ e Lieui bit In here thtnkin* it out in vt, m\ o\ui bo\--oi t a k e jours to fetch it n ^ n t 1 t m u -- f i l e \ o t u Tim lini left here md he uei L ofr t i c m p | cm do to s u e h m t i o m tmsc to be ti Unctl Ami I \\ is coldei Ui in md it s \\ u mn him ind coml n m tile HOI (lie ist co"ii?r uf mi i r c l u s c u p h i m md I ce tin l u r t i uc!l t n d I n i f i p v I In ih it c imp iml he u o - , oner 1 u l u J . h i h i d o Vnd \ \ h i t i t i , doin im h n i , , , v o u ' lioiibt anil tlio l l b L b h k t on MIUI l i n k ; l \ n n l i ! n t Mm _ n t linn the l i s t ti i i \on b 1 1 i t ho needed It to sine hn s e n u o lienn t o i l u r o md d e n t i l ' M i l iln OM u lice Cro--s is doin tM? i f h l n ^ 0 e of l i e k i-t no\vn phaee^ of ii u U 1 * i L e u n h ^.i en at a Red, , , , i t i o 4 - - l u i u l e 11 In tin Dfpun Comp 1 1 « " * · ' l * ' l t 1 U " m , 0 1 u L i J t i ! « t - m u i sin,, plnse o f i ^ i l l - i.f i; * i i U M - i s l u i of Kcd Cros work was 3 * ' * ' x i i * i_i L u n the sturs of the ru- i -i j r 1 ,,11 s i i l i J i u : ct t nit i p rtjon makes a re\ M i U t r v 1 pif o iht _ i e i 'led Cro e s in , i i - th l li t I L I S O U !- ]i trticularlv 1 s i 1 mm v! it his o hu: money i t s iu n i t u p u c e oi w u i k in Una 1 \\ u r i } i v n s cnnj tha* 1 comes into the Kel x i i s I s i ho hnl n ad on au ed?i_ - i t » ji ^t \\hi 1 of the mort, n \ in l \ ( . ui dr«.d accounts it slmll ! ^\ iu n rl i i mn et n es In ir i - i 'H ·- nit in just me \ ay ihc r \\ i*-h b I N l O IK UM iM\ tlic ComptroHtr i 1 l i e m e m a restricted j i t i in 11 In k iMimliv school in ·*m t c I K i m i to«H^?3S to bo ipeot i i ii oi ( hn c in i i tnce--not s t i l - H 11 le lef of Chinese ^ ih i u .,»nei tl M trk IK v \»\] ^ L ^ I v 1 i i ho tin (' l i 1 -!nets in C h i i \ i ib t bur sjg emu po^ihh i 1 k p m \ im t t \ c e.cnt contnbu i h\ -· i n 1 u s i ol ef ildreu \\ho ) !i i IK 3 son ^ I n i e tint tlici *· \ « i t I UM -i m i i inee \\ho needed i l i h t n )i wl! bt s,iuit fo- ·*ni i n 11 lu d nuis w i l l be ub- I M I 1 1 J i ·* 1 1 in i 11 "· i line ^1" f or re t i l l n s j ( , i r i i i ^ -n o t 1 * i f ·* u It t lisrht bt m Ob n l 1 ! i u p i-,tn is. m Brus els ' * 1 H 1 1 f s i ; , _ ow l r j l n o F-i *· i 1 - in tJi i t \ of i -- n i l u s u - t KI n mil be o' i ul t h e M ) w i l l find its n^lit ' i ^ r. 1 1 1 U f l i 0 T. lOtint ' i - f 11 ' i 1 11 i the H e l t n K i ] j,, j 1; i Ml woi » ol \ \ J ! un Hi u the eli il i t - f " U K n o i t h 1 11 u \ u i- · I* r Th p iht i in t ( 3 IK 1 u _ i s t U i hi K ion I tlnr tbtn he ri a l l / i d lit hi dn t ^ot the sneute lit d ou^h to t i i \ e it b d o l l for e \ t " \ one of the soidius In the fieidb or the ti imin c nn t I His mother would Imt I n i t !t \ ut I hospitals--o en in the C i L i i n i i i piN 1^ I t\\ould ha\c t i k t i tin e, and he d h a \ e ons Vnd It neodj, uioritv--in 1 j o u urfr-t M \ m it Mi ( j i i a g s «hooh his heiul No 1 dou t lie Mid I ,,m.b«! 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