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ssr 5.-J. PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA, WEDNESDAY, TUNE 12, 1915. pEWS OF THE DAY £ AT ML PLEASANT ;, BRIEFLY RELATED S Institute Closes One of Most | '_ Successful Terms in £V · Years. SCBOOL WILL REOPEN SEPT. 11 \t 1'ortj-loBrth Annual Cownencement I'*" Held «1 *Jw Snuiil Opera H»nse; i , JUss Mlna *. Trickey is Elected '' fii»cip»l and Teacher oi 3tn-sic. , j l Special to The Courier. I- XOVHT PLEASANT, June 12.-.''That the Mount Pleasant Classical w and Scientific Institute is in a more j "flourishing condition than in several years is indicated in the reports, sub-' t jnitted at the annual meeting of the \ 'trustees yesterday m connection with f 'commencement activities. , · The musical department enjoyed s;tbe largest attendance in its history, I. ttee. being 143 students. This is one ; of the best endowed institutions in :-. "Western Pennsylvania. Permanent "and special endowments amount, to - «54,000. · '· The school will reopen September ·, 11. Miss Mina E. Trickey was elected " principal and teacSer of piano. -Miss '; Elizabeth Jones was elected voice "-. teacher and Prof. X Bunter Gamble ' violin teacher. The forty-fourth annual comnience- ? jn»n^-was-" held in the Grand opera 5 house last "evening, with tae follow- tog program: Music, orchestra, un- i der the direction- of Prof. J. Hunter ' Gamble; invocation. Rev. J. E. Hart, manr address of welcome. Miss Leona ' Stohlr the class president; "Marche ' MUitaire" (Schubert-Tausig) , Miss Leonabelle Morey; "Andante and Rondo Capriccios" (Mendelssohn). Miss ITeona Eleanor Stohl; -"A Spring Morning" (Lane-Wilson), Miss Edna Viola Francis; March Jroin "Tann_ h»usei" (Wagner-Liszt), Miss Susan Aitna-Bohnovic; address to the senior . c\»ss, Hev.--E. P. Smith; music, orchestra; -presentation of diplomas, James S. Braddock; music, orchestra. ''On 'rbursday the junior recital was liven at the Institute, with Evelyn 'Pahel, Myrtle Rose, Mabel Poterson '«"n4 Doris Barclay taking part. " ' Coincil Xe«Ung Called. '"· Council will hold a special meeting on Thursday evening in the borough building when an ordinance will be taken up Vhich will compel all men -within the draft age to go to work. A ·jienaUy will he set for all men who "Ttfiise i- work. " ' . For Bent. ' .Two furnished rooms. Call Mrs. Hartman. -- Adv.-12-lL ., Personal. - Mr. and Mrs. George Hood and daughter of Wllkinsbnrg, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob, ert Hood of Washington street. - Sore So. g Registrants. '-.Below is found an additional list of registrants in District No. 6. The re" laainder will be printed in The Courier fi 1iomorrow: '; 'Oscar Engle, Mount Pleasant. , v;jRoy Shtiltz, Mount Plsasant. . "' -Michael L. Disman,' Mount Pleasant. ,/, John William McGuire, Whitney. 7 John Benedick Sollck, R. D. 1, La- itrobe. -'· Jobn "WT-Houck, Whitney. f, Frank Sfngfleld, Pittsburg. I'Howard Mensch, Southwest. ~'^'John Kovacs, Beatty, " c -Jeha Storkel, Greensburg. "* John-Heide, Lycippus. V- Frank Smith, Whitney. ~ -Peter J. Gall, Latrobe. !'; Samuel Seeley Pigman, Mount Emery Wilson Monticue. Stahlstown. Samuel P. Roadman, Ligonior. Harry Shafer, Ligonier. Earl Clark, Youngstown. James Feldman, Youngsiown. Lawrence Sbaulis, Cljampion. Russell McK:nlcy Magnet, Jones Mills. I William McKmley Philabaum, Mt. Pleasant. Peter Sobinski, Mount Pleasant. Martin J. OToole, Bcatty. Thomas A. McKay. Boattj-. Charles J. Akms, Beatty. ' John Sabo. Trauger. Harry Anderson. Mount Pleasant. Joseph Curtis Dodds, Latrobe. '| George llolchan. United. McClellan Trout, Mammoth. Charles William Trout, Mammoth. Prank Pawlikowski. Mount Pleasant. Andy Saholcski, Whitney. Anthony Sownsky, Wliitney. Steve Shander. Southwest. James Bryan Douglass, Jones Mills. Henry Jacob Nichols, Staufter. James Alexander Byrne, Beatty. Harry William Henkel, Southwest. Carmen Santoro, ML Pleasant. Louis Cost, Mt. Pleasant. Stephen John Kutzer, Latrobe. George Curtis Matheny,- Mt. Pleasant, Charles Bollinger, Hunker. John James Ferhoch, Latrobc. William Broush, Mount Pleasant. Carl Anthony Brush], Beatty. Leo Martin Coleman, Eeatty. Francis Charles Steriff, Beatty. Leo Aloysius Pastorius, Beatty. Cypian Aloysius -Yordhiis, Beatty. Dennis Omer Strittmatter. Beatty. Milford Carl Johnson, Armbrust. Prank Anthony, Mt, Pleasant. Alex Edward Koperda-k, Mount Pleasant. William Finfrock, Southwest Joseph Ridilla, Latrobe. Mike Vrabel, Mount Pleasant. Harry Birl Stittcnpole, Mount Pleasant. Heuben Barkiey, Jones Mills. Bud Painter, Jones Mills. Hugh Calvin Friedline, Jones Mills. David Chambers Statler, R. D. 2, Latrobe. John Leasure Beatty, Beatty. Edwin Michael Hau-jchel, Mount Pleasant. Ralph Jennings Stoup, Latrobe. William Bulebosh, Grrensburg. Clarence Perry Hoynmn, Southwest. Joseph Uhrin, Mount 1'leasan:. Frederick Smith Tnccal, Greens- bnrg. Vanderbilt. VANDERBILT, June 11. -- Mrs. Katheryn Brett of Uniontown visited her sister, Mrs. O. W. Mosser, on Sunday. Dor.'t neglect j o u r ejes. See Dr. A.' L. Tccker, Optometrist, 105 Sollti! ' Pittsburg street, Connellsville.--Adv. , Miss Carrie Dull spent Sunday vis: Uiug friends In Scottdalc i Mr. and Mrs. J?. L. Towcsend o l ' Flatwoocls motored through here on Sunday. Mr. and M--s. Walter Deivalt o f ! Uniontown and Mr. and Mrs. William Bradmau of Summit motored bero Sunday and w c i e the guests of Mrs.. Dewalt's and Mrs. Bradman's sisters, j the Misses Snyrter o£ ast Liberty. Mrs. S. W. Bryan and daughter, Ruth, visited Mrb. Bryan's sister, Sirs. Husband of East Liberty, yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Arisen ot Uniontown visited recently with Mr. Arisen' 1 * grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Arisen. You will get comfort and style it I examine your eyes and fit your glasses. Dr. A. L. Tucker, Optometrist, 105 South Pittsburg street, Connells- villc.--Adv. f.'*Step'hen J. Forish, Latrobe. t ; Sherman Jjayton, Mount Pltasan-L ff-Fred Hlle, Pleasant Unity. C Robert Chorpenning, Pleasant Unity. i-il' John Kosko, Beatty. '- -Thomar Patrick Kelly, Greensburg. ;- Knssell William Kuhns, Ba^saley. »_*' John Petras, Baggalej-. f -.Lawrence Edward Bowden, Latrobe. C Frank Rakackl, Trauger. ; ' Mike 31. -Vagyor, Mammoth. l'_"Hadie F. Ulery, Kregar. t3 John Earl Faust, Mount Pleasant. *. rN»d Basil Brown, Mount Pleasant. /^Joseph Franks, Trauger. r"" t john Henry Geisler, Latrobe. f"-' Charles Edward Wilson, Mammoth. 5 'Frank Hugns Ackerman, Latrobe. J" , Charles Hauser Stairs, Latrobe. j'TJ'erome Daniel Hannan. Beatty. · "William Noble, Llgonier. **"'Fraak Beran, Ligonier. f-v'john Ankeny Fiscus, Keffci . '.j~Aleiand«r Parfltt, Mount Pleasant. s-p.'George Harvan, Pittsburg. Phiilabaum, Mount Pleasant. J. Slonecker, Stauffer. TANKATDAWSON Harry Cochrnn Arranging tor One at Fall Knees and Kair. Harry Cocbran, secretary of the Dawson Fair Association, while in Washington, D. C., last week entered into negotiations to secure one of the ol and worn tanks used by the allied army in the first years of the war for exhibition purposes at the Dawson fair, to be held September 10-14. In addition to a number of early closing stakes that filled much bet-1 ter than expected, the class races all the only fair to be held in Fayotte i county this year, will be made to suit j the stables of the campaigning horse-1 men when they strike this part of the country on the Lake Erie clrcuiL A fast pace will be put on which* promises to surpass any of the fast paces seen on the half-mile tracks · this year. I Believe in Nuxated Iron t» a Trie, Strwllb sad Blood Builder Probably no remedy has ever met with ·uch phenomenal success aa has Nuxated Iron. It is conservatively estimated that orcr three million people annually arc taking it in this country alone. It has been highly endorsed and used hy Former United States Senators and Members cf Congress; Physicians who have been connected with well-known hospitals have prescribed _and recommended it; Monaeigneur Nannini, a prominent Clergyman, recommends it to all. Former Health Comrrissioner VVm S. Kcrr, cfi Chicago, says it ought to be used tn every, hospital and prescribed by every physician. Dr. A. J. Newman, l*tc Police Surgeon cf the City of Chicago, and former Houso Surgeon Jefferson Park j Hospital, Chicago, says Nuxated Iron has proven ttrough his cwn tests of it to excel [any preparation ho has ever uicd for ereatirfo red blood, building up the nerves, Btreftgthening tlic muscles and correcting digestive disorders. Dr. Jam« Francis Sullivan, formerly tftysician o f Believue 'Hospital (Ouh'.oor dep't.) New Yorfc, and (he Wcstcicster County Hospital Bays tbere are thousands of men and ·women who need a strength and blood builder hut do not know whnt to take. In,'his opinion there is Bothinjr better than organic iron--N mated Iron--for enriching the blood and helping to increase the strength and endtirance of men arid women who burn up too rapidly their nervous energy in the strenuous strain of the ffreal business competition, of the day. If you arc not strong or well, you QW« It to yonrself to make the f olio-mug tcstr See fior long you can wort or how far you can -walk without becoming tired. Next take two five-grain tablets of Xuxatcd Iron .three times per day after meals for two Iweexs. Then test yonr strength again and ·ec how much you have gained. VurrMcmtt* 1 Ron: Hauled Irea, which JIM town undl *T formr MMaUn of the OnfWd SIMM SCOMI tad Bo DM ·t tUpn**nUtlirM. «od otbar pwnhintt pmpU with rick d*d mbon br ph^ricUtu ii not B Kent rmMlTTb^aM wbicb Ii w»U kuowu tq drucetrt* rmrirtMr*. O»liko thm Md*r InoncMtc Ira* pmhieti, Itfcauily M*han»W4 dot* ·otlmiar»th«t«iH,TMk.tbTMihl*:tt ""·"·· TM Tb««»«n · Ikcwry For Sale by A. A. Clarke. Patronize Those Who Advertise. 6 BELL-ANS Hot water Sure Relief RELL-ANS k^FOR INDIGESTION OVERWORKED MAN Couldn't Gflt San to mi His PlftC Had to Keep On. How He J)id It. Saratoga, Cal.--"I aaa an engineer and overworked so I could not sleep, was tired all tie time. I could not get a maa to fill my place so had to fceep on working. My druggist asked me to try Vmol, and it built me up and strengthened me so I feel 'ine and i sleep ail right."--Isaac \V". Bradford. ] There- is no secret about Vinol. It owes its success in such cases to beef | and cod liver peptones, iroti and man- , ganese peptonates and glycerophos-; phates, the greatest body building and j strength creating tonics. j We strongly recommend Vinol. Laughrey Drug Co., Connellsvillc; D. C. Eason, Dunbar, and druggists everywhere.--Adv. Confluence. PARAMOUNT JHE ATRE TODAY WHO IS THE FATHER OF YOUTl CHILD? BLUE BIRD PRESENTS RUTH CLIFFORD AND NORMA SALTS- miRY IN AN EXTREMELY INTERESTING PICTURE OF LOVE AND LOYALTY IN ALASKA, ENTITLED "THE GUILT OF SILENCE" ALSO A COMEDY AND CURRENT EVENTS. , --TOMORBOW-- WORLD PRESENTS MONTAGUE LOVE AND BARBARA CASTLETON IN "VENGEANCE" On his twenty-first birthday John Cuddlostonc, \vho was half Indian and halt Englishman, received a strange legacy from his father. It called him from his home to London where strange adventures met aim. ALSO A UNIVERSAL WEEKLY. CONFLUENCE, June 12.--Mrs. W. S. Bowers has returned from "Wiikins- burg accompanied by Mr. Bowers, who underwent a serious operation 'or the removal of a goitre. Mrs. J. C. Younkin and son Russell have returned from a visit with Mrs. ] Younkm's sister, Mrs. Colborn, at | Brownsville. i Mrs. Thomas Crow has returned t from a visit with her sons at Connells- viile, Greenbburg 1 and Braddock. Miss Susan Schrock; has returned from a visit with friends al Connellsville and Dawson. The members of the Lutheran church are frescoemg, painting and otherwise beautifying their fine little church. . «;"Hobert M. Hood, Stahlstown. ITCHING IRRITATION i: EASILY CURED NATIOXAI, LEAGUE. Iestcrdn3''s Kesults. xPittsburg 3; Boston 2. Chicago 5; New York 3. Other games postponed, account wet grounds. xSixteen innings. Standing of Uie Claim. W. L. Chicago New York Cincinnati Pittsburg Boston _Philadelphia _ 1 St. Louis I Brooklyn -20 -IS -18 -17 28 .721 .KD .500 .465 .444 i .419 .419 .378 THE THEATRE THAT PLATS OS'lY THE BEST Come IVhcn 1'ou Please. Stay As lonog- As You Like. --THIS M'EEK-- CHARMING WIDOWS COMPANY In the Big Musical Comedy "LOVE'S DREAM" SPECIAL YATJDEYILLE FEATURES BIG GIBIIE CHORUS. Beautiful Scenery Beautiful "Wardrobe The Best Is Kone Too Good For the Arcade. , On the Screen--"The VToiuan in the Wei)." suffer with, any trou- iWe, e¥»n though the itching seems un- :W»raWe, do not think that it is neces- I.MTJ" to use some disgusting, greasy fetatmejit. Try Hokara, a pure and itimple cream, that is guar.ic'eed to ,5«ratain no grease or acids and which *~|i so cleanly that it does not soil the ' Today's Schedule. Pittsburg at Boston, Chicago at New York. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Philadelphia. AKtBICAX felts- power to instantly relieve any :r- fotation of the skin and make it soft, ,irhite and beautiful is almost miracu- jt-^Not only do minor skin troubles like Dimples, blackheads, acne, barber's ·1jloh,-etc., quickly disappeai, but the fjrorst ulcers or cases of s;ilt rheum !^r- eczema are cleansed and healed [fry this wonderful skin food t2rln order that any one may try Ho- Ijtiraat small expense, the A. A. Clarke ·'BJTUK Store is selling a liberal-sized ^ii;»t S5c, and in addition fuarantees ^loVteftmd the money if the treatment iloes not do all that is claimed for it. I'esterdny's Kcsnltst Chicago 4; Boston 1. St. Louis 4; Washington 2. Philadelphia S; Detroit 1. ^Cleveland 4; Xew Tort 3. ^Thirteen innings. Standing of the Clubs. i W. L. | Boston _ 30 "20 i New York 27 20 ' Chicago , ' Cleveland St. Louis Washington Philadelphia Detroit _24 19 _26 24 ._22 23 IS 27 15 27 Pet .600 .574 .558 .520 .489 .480 .400 .357 SOISSON THEATRE --TOBAT-- Return of the Prettiest of All Musical Shows Jack Roof's SOME PRETTY BABIES IN "MADAME EXCUSE ME" Featuring the Fellow Who Made the Whole Town Laugh Labor Day Week JOE FIELDS and Kuth Maitland, Veronica Lehey .Arthur Roof, George Hoff, and a Gingery Chorus, in "A Trip Across the Ocean," "Madam Excuse" and "Cohan's Cabaret." Today's Schedule. i Boston at Chicago. I -New York at Cleveland. I Philadelphia at Detroit. Washington at St. Louis. ORPHEUM THEATRE --TOBAT-- SBSSUE HAYAKAWA IN "HIDDEN PEAK1S" A Powerful Racial Drama. Also "The Screen Telegram." TOMOKEOIT MARY MILES MINTEK IN "SOCIAL BEIAltS" How the Charm of Youth Overcame the City's Pitfalls. ALSO "THE SPIRIT OP THE RED CROSS* 1 And Benjamin. Chapin in "Under the Stars." One Lot Ladies' an ' Suits at Lowest Pricei Season This lot does not comprise our entire stock. But ii is sufficiently large to afford an altogether pleasing selection to all comers. At today's actual market value these splendidly tailored garments would bring considerably more than our former regular selling prices. Many of them are quite suitable for early Fall as well as Summer wear, and many women will find it advisable to buy now and save rather tian wait and pay more later on. Regular $19.75 Regular $25.00 Regular $29.75 Regular $35.00 Regular $39.75 Regular $45.00 Regular $55.00 Regular $85.00 Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now Suits. Now Suits Now $14.82 $18.75 $22.32 $26.25 $29.82 $33.75 $41.25 $63.75 Come and choose from some of Fashion's very prettiest and nerwest models, in a fine assortment of noteworthy new materials. The color range includes black-and-white checks, greys ,tans, smoke, Pekin blue, tatrpe and khaki. NO BLUES OE BLACKS. The size range is most complete, rangmg from 10 to 46. Owinff to tie eiecedinBlT low prices on these Snlts, ire find it necessary to make a slight charge for alterations. Certain Lots Ladies' Coats and Dresses Much Reduced One lot Ladies' regularly up to $39.75 , New One lot Ladies' priced regularly up to $55.00 and Coats, priced $28.50 Misses' Coats, __ $38.50 One lot of Ladies' and Misses Dresses, priced regularly up to $22.50 One lot Ladies' new Dresses, priced regularly d*-| O rrf up to $29.75 epJLO. 4 D Lovely Linens for the Bride The mother traying daughter's linen trousseau, or the friend selecting gift linens will find that Wright-Metzler's is the most satisfactory place' to buy them. Double Damask All-Linen Table Cloths In a variety of glorious patterns. Size 72x90, at 99. Size 72x108, at 111. Nap-, kins ,size 22i22, at $50 a dozen. ,-,Full-Bleached Irish Linen Table Damask . 71 inches wide. Exclusive Wright-Metzler patterns. And sartin-finisli Irish, linen Table Damask at $2.75 a yard; 71 inches wide. Besides, fancy Linens a-plenty with exquisite hand-embroidery or handmade laces. Nowhere Else Will You Find Such Variety in FOULARD SILKS More than that--there are no such quantities elsewhere, for this store has for years been, kncrwn as silk headquarters, and this season we are more than, sustaining our reputation. New shipments arrive almost daily, among the latest arrivals being-- PBDfTED FOULABDS, WHITE DESI65S ON A JfAYY BLUE, BELGIAN BLUE OB BLACK BACKGBOtraTD; 40 DfCHES WIDE-$2.50 A YABD. Foremost among tie Printed Foulards are Rmnchundas--pare silk, firmly woven, and with a slight twill. Many styles ranging from the conservative to the more striking effects. Twenty Appropriate Gift Suggestions For the Girl Graduate , Stationery Ivory BOOKS Umbrellas Boudoir Caps Camisoles Silk Bloomers Neckwear Toilet Articles Vanity Cases Dorin Cases Pearl Beads Oriental Beads Jewelry Gloves Handkerchiefs Purses Silk Hose Silk Vests Fancy Combs Sweaters The Sugar You Need for Early Canning May be purchased in twenty-five pound lots upon signing the United States Food Administration Sugar Certificate which -will be supplied you in our grocery store. Our basement stole is also ·well stocked with preserving kettles, pans, spoons, and everything you will rquire to complete your canning satisfactorily and with least labor. Voiles Head All Thin Fabrics in the Matter ' of Wear And for coolness they have few equals. These are some of the reasons women have for liking oiles so much in in addition to their being so inexpensive. One grade at 3oc has a great variety of patterns suitahle for morning, afternoon or evening dresses. Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You Spend--Save Them. DO YOU NEED JOB PRINTING? We do all kinds of Job Printing at our office from the visiting card to the finest commercial work. Try our printing. THE COURIER COMPANY, I37 W. Main St., Connellsville, Pa.

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