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June 15, 1918

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o, 1918. THE DMLT COTJRT7ITR. CCTNTaCI.t-STTC.t.E. PA. SCOTTDALE MAS STREET CARNIVAL FOR RED CROSS i Women of Unit No. 32 in Charge and Confident o£ Saccc-ss. YOUNG WOMEN SEL11NG FLAGS Millinery for Those in tensing Tarlons Forms of Amusements Sched-; u!ed for the LatD Afterooou at Fitts- barg aud Spring Strtots: (iranil Ar.nj Band Ont to Bf'O'-i Cnuseo. Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, June 15. -- Pa-r wearier favors the meraoers of Red Cros^ Unit 32 for the street carniv..! and Tag Day in interest of the JUd Cros. this afternoon aid evening. All preparations have been na.idc for tte occasion, and the ladies are confident of ruahng a large sun-,. "Tag Oay" he^o.11 .u noon, wnh j scar, s of girls sflliag tiny silk flags. , Thi? being pay day at the mills, tl.e iittK emblems bold r_i.mh. Tlie cars.val boymb at 4 o'clock at Pittv b u t £ and Spring ttreots. Vario-n mea'ii of drawing forth the elusive and quarters have been pro- The custom of wearing heavy mourning for many months, or even years, at n time lins passed away, anil them aro many ^ood reasons why it shrmUl viiie.l. The Grand Artsy band is play- ! P as S- T* e nl "in one Is tho sense of nb- mg for the afternoon! There is a j Usation nnd consideration for other jenera! -spirit of boosting apparent, i P e °P le . '""ho are depressed by the Professot and Madame Lupton thu naonrnlns of their friend*. Another '..as Angeles medin:.:5. who are tonr- ! is tit ^ t str e n S'h of character Is mens- mg the country, and have been en-1 Bred by fortitnde, onions other thine;-;, gawd by the members of Unit 32 for 1 and - crtefs mDst be bornG «·»'«« ««- the .'ortiine-telling booth at the car- plalnt " Women P ut on ""-black and silk and smnll, pointed tabs of silk are turned over it. The veil is a square of Brussels net with a border of crape all around It. The hat covered with crapr is shown without n but nival and Day, arrii ed yester- wear it for several months, or a yeitr, day. They declined'to give readme i but " * not the leDp TM u /f ln * lh f Day Obscned. The Elks celebrated Flag Day in the lodge room at 8 30 last evening, whsn the "Floral Bell of Liberty" servce was given. This is a beautiful ce:e- The first mourning huts may be tirely covered with crape or with tho weaves in black sP.k that are used for mourning. The shapes should be medium In size and not unusual. Tn the best mourning millinery such dec- mory. The principal address of tne I orat i on , ss the hats have are made of net veil may be worn with It. It bus j a plain collar nf crape about the crown and nn odd ornament made of crape nnd grosgraln ribbon at the side. There is so much latitude in the matter of \vrarinc ranurninst that it is difficult to he drfliiite about mourning ] styles. They are chost'O and modi- j fied to sure the individual ^ttiPte. At i all events they must be unobtrusive. ! Sfe'Most-Beauti/zd eve-. mg was made by H. K. McQuarrie c? 1'niontovrn. Kntprtainstent* the material that Is used for covering tbo shape. Exact lines nnd exquisite j workmanship mnst charaetrr^e the Mrs "William HeU'ell oC Second avc- | making and the trimming of mourning nue entertained njS^Vorld Wide Guild of .he Baptist church last evening. A \?ry nice program was carried out hats above all others. Binck or wl Itc crape Is tho insignia of mourning, nnd is worn for as short n period as me by the girls, and ·.efre.'htnents were I month or as long as a year. Tin; ten- served at the clos of the program 3frs. AtTTOod Tfostess. 1'rs. Atwood cf Hickory street t-n* tenained the ladies of the Baptint Aid Society at her hoinp on Thursday, afternoon. Mrs. H. D. Allen grae a \ery interesting reading. "Aunt Jars of Kentucky." At the close of zhe program very nice refreshments were served. Lutheran Senrice. The Rev. J. o. Glenn, pastor of he lanheran church, will go to Jean- net'c to preach on Sunday momiig, and in the evening will preach here. T h - i e will be no service here i:: :he dency Is toward shortening the time that crape Is worn and using all-blnck in other fabrics instead. The small sailor shape pictured, with round crown, covered with dull- finished, black Filfc Is a dependable nnd excellent mourning 1 hat The band about the crown Is made ol toitls of severity. A Smsrt Effect. A smart spring frock was built out j of three yards of blue serge bordered with a dcsirn In gold thread. Panels of the bordered serge foil from . neck to knee at back and front, the bodice nnd upper t^klrt (almost hidden \ under thc-so panels) being of black pntln. Thf 1 lower part of the skirl ! nnd the close, long sleeves were of \ hlnp forge, find what remained of the gold thread border crossed the bodice at back and front, forming a sqnare neck opening. The square yoke came directly against tho hare throat, witb DO intervening collar or band of sheer material. The effect, since the wearer of the frock was youthful, was extremely smart because of its very After months of hibernating, it is a great privilege to hike for the "open"-when the first days of summer arrive. That is the season when every normal family wants to forget sweltering cities, party manners and all the other features of unnatural-iving. A tiny cottage with a ten foot garden begins to look mighty interesting--for the grass is actually green, the air is pure, and there are wonderful possibilities for a hammock and a good book. Why not break away from the "cliff dwelling" this summer. It is really quite simple. Pick out a spot not too far from die office---buy yourself a sturdy, dependable five-passenger car like the Paige "Linwood"-and just see what happiness it will bring to you and every member of die family. Remember, there are no mile posts -when you own a Paige. PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, NHCHlCAN AGENT, JOHN RHODES V,EST SIDE COriNELLSVILLE Has Kiirlit-Kour Farloni^h. J^hn Eberbardt has returned to Canp DLc after an eight-hour f ir- lou?h spent with his sister, Xrs. Chi is XIarih. For Sale. Six-room house, lot 40x120 feet for 51,*00. ] at Greensburg. The new pastor sent by the mission board of "Western Pennsylvania wi.l be h e r e and help m this evangelistic efion as \vell as make Connell=vil3o his home for a i lime Rev. Clapper ** elder in cha-^e , but after the coming rreetingi- elo^e i the new pastor. Rei JidpU Iteiman, i wilt do the preaching. P. M. Senior Y. P. C. U. at G 4.1 P. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7.45 P. M. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. CHOUGH \Yalker Biu-kner number. Etliie school and Cii: i?'ian Cndeavoi as ! Ubua!. Subject of morning sermon, i ' Tho Noble Orrtei of Apples. 1 ' The 1 ovcnir.g seiner* u i l l l v adjourned 01. r.ctoum of tin 1 baccalaureate Cervices at ihc high brhool v-* ----* j-^--ia l--.r .,,, THE METHODIf-T PP.OTESTAXT church, Wust App'te snvet. John H. Lambenson. minibU'r. C'.ub^ n u e t - | ing at a A. M. SalitT.th hchnol at : .'5 ! ' A. M. Morning \ v c i h h p at J l A. M. 1 H u n t i n g r.ftr^ains 1 · Subject, "Tho Greater: Gi£t in ttte ! You wil! find them in our ad, column?, right-room double house on pa ed |^0 rld." Tnerc will be no Clins-tiun Endeavor meeting or regular evening service on account of :ho baccalntir- ea . e services at tho higli school Prayer meeting v^'ertne^day evening street for $:;,000. SK-room house with bath, lot ~5~ 110 feet, on Loucks ave, for $3,('00. E. F. DeWitu--Adv.-ll-2t. Personal, Miss Elizabeth Glenn spent Fn.Iay in Greensburg visiting friends. Professor Hubert Eicher of Har- ris"urg spent yesterday with fne ids he:e. Children's Day services will bo he:i at the First Baptist church tomorrow morning and evening The priiiary department will have eha-ge at 7.43 o'clock. Subject, "The P o w e r , of Example." Conge^gational meet- ' ing Sunday morning immediately after regular services. TRINITY RIITGRMKIJ lcorner South Piutburg | Green streets. , Sunday school at 9 4 1 \iiie services at 11 A. M. CHUKJH. and East A. M. Di- Sermon by fc-s IptF' 'IL^yiCs An EDISON" SUPER-FEATURE based upon the book "THE THREE THINGS" the greatest story the war prod IK eel by MARY R A Y M O N D SHIl'MAX Featuring ll THE THEjTISi: THAT PLAYS OMA" THE BEST ll in -.he mornmg. and the other depart- thc Rev . A , j. 1!cller D . D ., of Gre-ns- meats in the evcn.ng , ,, £ o r m e r r and 1« More importaut tvents in Jnne.^ | o( ^ congr , ga ., on . No = ; * services on account of The baccalau- organ One each day--decidedly the 1 es*. va'ues its Scottdale and iicir.it/. Prove this by comparison, the only 'air | ?r ' a[ iuates. reate sermon to the High School ! j test. Maintaining a Store of SerMce-- of value giving--to your advantage and ours. Saturday is Bargain L'ay. Thousands of Newest Summery C'ar- incnts in demand now at prices ihat Choir rehearsal on V."rdnesday en e - j :. ning at 7 o'clock. (Viewed by tho | regular monthly meet'ng of the Sun- ' day School a^soc.atiou. ' Rehearsal for the C'..ildrea'i, Day i Program For Next Week f'onn( % nsn!( 1 *s I*'"*! Theiitrt 1 . .Vfter vcadmp this Program be convinced tha: we set. thc best, AXI) TUESDAY maintain our reputation as the logical j program ,,,, Saturdsv afternoon at 2 stc re for economical women. Don't bu.' a Suit, Coat or Dress until you fir ; come to the Broadway I.ac'iss' Stnre, William Bendiner's. fcottdjle. Pa As you get off the car.--_\d.-. o'clock. ^ i Tiff: FIKST UNITED BRLTHKEN ' Cliurcli. Lincoln a \ e n u e Keg-ilr-r ] services, Sunday ^chool at JrflS A. il.; Preacbir.g at U .v. il. by Rev. Mac-; Inlyie OL Jame.slown, X. V. j u n i o r i t Christian Hndoaior at 2'M P. JI. Xo : services in the evening on accout of oaccalaure.'te sermon Piayer nice:- iag on \Volue.day evcn-ng at 7.13. , TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH, ] COVCNA.NTER C3IIJIICH. S I). ' .'!. S. Kanaga, vigar. Services I'eld Houston, mim.-ter. SaLo-.th school ai i ir church house, corner Fain ie-.v i 10 o'clock. Horning senice at H; ' -v:mue and rrospcct street Sucda/ i sermon -.ojjic. "The Saying!, of Christ." , snool at 10 A. M. .Morning pr: j e r i Topic of fli^coursc at 7.SO, ' Tile Chris- 1 an-i services at 11 A. .M. | u a n soldi, r.' C. Y. P. U. at C.13; | t 'op.*.. "Lc-^oi.s Prom !hc Sun and : i'HE PHtST PRESBYTER UN", Ran:." P , a j i r uieeisn;; Wedne^da ' di irch. J. L. Proud.1t. pastor. Sab- ' e v e n i n g at 7.30; leader. -Mib. Ca.! U . ' './ath school at :i 45. Morning at II :|.Murphy. I ru^ject of seiir.on. "The One Success " · I Christian Knrtcavor at G.45. V/ed-ieh- Tilt: bKCO-XLi DAETIST CUUKCII. [ day evening p i a e r meeting at ( i 15. Dunbar. U P \ . C .M. Gregory, m i n i s - , "THE An IMison Super-Feature has- f; ec! on the buck. "The Three .Thing 13 ." Thf greatest story that the war has produced--uy Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews, .eaturing Rayriond McKee and Mai'guente Courtot, show.ng U. S. Marines in action. The greatest j . K t u r e since the "Birth of a Xaucn." Al»o a Keystone Comedy in 2 Acts. Produced in co-operation with thc UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS A strong story of romance and action at the C o m e tt lion Von Pk'lise. Stay As Louog As Y'ou Like. Thc Orisinal Cast I THE CHARMING WIDOW COMPANY j S3 I'resentiii!; t f ! A Farce Comnh "\Vith ilu-iic. .Special Added Vande^Ble. Eiit Sinslng ami Ifaneing Clionis. Tlse Be^i U one Too Good For (lie Arcade. On f!ic Screen--Sjiceiin---^''Lonesomc Lufefr" Comedy. WEDNESDAY Iliue Dini Pie.senfs Franklyn Farnum in "$3.000 REWARD 1 ' Adapted from the story--"My Arcadian Wife"--Love forces confession. A drama in 5 acts. Also a Good Comedy in 2 Acts. No bac evening service on account of tbe calaurate ser-. ice ter. II A .M., preacr.ins oy Rev. L. T. Clemet cf Edcut-orn. 2 30 P. M , Sunday nchool T.^'j F. M , pleaching. All arc welcome. TRINITY LUTHKR.VN C H U R C H -11.%'. B. B. Burges^, pastor. The rib'e scaool will meet at 10 A. M. Divine se-vices will b-.- conducted by the as- j I' tuburg vtrcut. SS'ilour .N to- at H A. M.. Subject of the se:-I t o t . Sunday school at ! raon: "The Story of the Prodiial " | P.ib'lc v orsh.p at 11 A JI.. Nn evening service in view of the H gh School baccalaureate. FiPST L'-iPTlST CHURrH. SOUTH , ;lson, pas- I 15 A. M.| ,ermor. uy [lie pastoi: topic. "Tue Well Spent L.te." Yoang People's mectins at .6.43 P. M. Union e v e n i n g senicc at CIIURCH OP THE BRETHREN, I the l.:gh sriinoi; sermon to the grail- ^ 'VVe^t Side Siicdny school at 9-:3 uaung cia.sb by Dr. .vlci:»aa of P'tt=- s A. M. Christian Workers' mec ing ' burg. , at 7.30 P. M. ;.nd preaching a: 11 A. ! -- ! 1! and SSft P. M. .Via Ida S. Mm- Till: rXITi:D PRL'SBYTClUAN ' i.- ·'·Jer. a rni-. s io:.arv to I n d i a , wl.-j ··: ( ' l u r c h . South PiMisuij slreet and 1 "e on fuili'.'."!-. v i l l K:U an an- Jljron neiiue. v.'ilham ; K PI .ail. l:-m Oi: v.c.r.Si" r.iTh: .1: J o'coik pa'loi. Jlornins v.or.-hij' at ·} r c ' ' _ k . -e'.mon tonic, A O-'^civ.us 1 r. nat nn." L'."ji,S. : : T I -*-eoi 'jiccaUaieatfl THt USTlAY William A. Brady Presents June Elvid^e and .Tpiin Bowers :Q "THK OLDEST I/AW" This stiiking picture-play presents J u n e E h i d f e in one of ihe most effectively dramatic roles in v r hich this popular stai has yet been seen. "The Oldest Law" :s a grjppingly intense drama with pep and punch. Also Cm rent Kvents. Showing all the Latest Me\\s. "FKIIJAY V SATURDAY Villiam Tox presnnts tho r.ni- veisal and famous actress Theda Rara in h r r best and Tiost interesting pit :nre, "T3IJK KOSC OF BLOOD" 7b;s picture is better than "A Fool There W;s " Also a Good Comedy and Patlie Weekly. ^ ! be th' Tir.^L p. O.H !':"."· rf a '"n- t 'c'etl i'iot.'jr" to be held at ihc sane p'aie by R t v .M. J. Uiou:her, p; stor of the chaich of the Brethren! service. Juniors a 1 COMING Wm. H liar 1 in "THE LION OF THE HILLS" Xridf^o K e n n e d y m s a , . , . « h , c : , r , o 1 a l ! . . . 3 A . l : . l B "THE UAXGEU GAME" it S P. JL Intel ooiliaic at 3 I 'brf^^rog^Tgi^age^gigggagBBaiJiyy i Monday and Tuesday, June 17 and IS. agR '^ G O L D V V Y M PHESK.N'TS A N O T H H H SK\SATiO.N OT MYSTF.iiY A-ND IJ3VK AND A DVBNTURi:, S T A R R I N G MABHL NOIULVM) IN "THE FLOOR BELOW" r.oc.u, \;\i) LONG DISTAXCB JIOVINGS. :s - W W £"\r'-'"Srt-n Headrace 101 Haas Are, ¥?. V V . f e i U U - . l i y CO-XXKLLSYILLE. PA. FIIJ..KD WITH WONDDRPUI. SUSPENSE A N D C X C I T K V C N ' T . ALSO A GOOD 2-ACT CO.MBDY. --JIOXD.VV A"D TIT.SDVV a f] ?fW K** r 2 ! 1 *° TM II y as H y Ida ·%? a AN EDISON SUPER-FEATURE BASED ON THE BOOK "Till! THREE THINGS." THK GREATDST STORY THAT THE Vi AR HAS "jj t PRODUCED--BY "\rARY R A Y M O N D -S1I7PM \.\ A.XDJ1EWS, ;\ f FEATURING R A Y M O N D .M'KDE ANT) M A R G r K K l T . i COUUTOT. SHOWING U. S. .MARINES IN ACTION. THE GREATEST P I C T U R E SINCE ' T i l l ; B I R T H OF A NATION." ALSO A KEYSTONE C O M E D Y IN 2 ACTS. AM) Tl KSDAY-- .)c--sc }.. i..il,y ries-catf C w i i J! · · n i K W H J S I M - . l i i . M . C i i O R I S" \\'ith K. ! j l ; n v \ i l h n i r s rnd Kayri.Lind Ifai'cr. ai thc i.cad'ng Ho'c.-i. aOTOK TUUCK ..« WAOO.-». | ^ Q w j|| .-JUaTHF* 16£ | , ,,·,,, ," ',''",, "^^'.l.c !,,,,r. ^ il.S i C,^? ^^ '" HOVIMO *'D HOI.STIJ»0 Sj I , V, , !js I ,!· I'-uisi'-' Ii.ilil !u-ail Hsiir (2 r" ' · . ' renSW II 1'IAMOS A 8I'SCI,i:.TY, * V n j H V 3 f [ l VPSIPP « , r ' m c r . tin oi.li ri-mv.1% for ri- K S'lt" T?i"'~ f'·'-"" fc , y^JiA liiii vce.iu.w *; ». .j" [4;..,. Ai~tn, so-t'i-t' ii-[i«i a ^ ^-t-.* ... i;me you im« im n. Gr=i.« AIIW IPI-- ·" WfhEg Vf^STR «lt- P. R. R. Denm. Dotk Pho.n PO | ff If CB- £ *!/ ttJ ft* SjJ ^Isl. Scotninlr, I'll ant, nex you an grear in town.

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