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   Charleroi Mail, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1916, Charleroi, Pennsylvania                               Looks wears Lawrence Paints VOL. XVL XO. 2 AVASHIXGTOX PA. FRIDAY. MAY 1916. IDO. Hiiro TO CUSS AT Commencement Exercises to be Tonight Music Feature of gram Graduate Twenij e Exercises for Commercial Department of High School Enjoyable i HIRE DEFIHITE District Meeting Opens in tor Car-ideation Nur-ber exercises -A ill uti. T I I AIR of the i school auisijr-um 10- the will Services to be Held Sunday j Vallt y Will Get Early Uoturns Voluntary their completion prescribed three young1 aini younjj their from the high school comniercuii department at exercises held Thursday e-. at the high school auiiiioriuni. Dr. G C. of ihe University of Pii.sburg. addressed the class in plate of W. G. Chambers who was detained from coin- ing -by a in his family. H. J. Booth of the school board DreaontsJ_ be graduated from Dr. F. pi it of Washington 2nd make the address of una Dr. F. C. t it of the board of eJucaiion present the diplomas. Isatiore second honor student huve the salaiatory ad- dress. He ''My Brother's The aledk-tory will be taken by Miss Florence who will '-FoHo-.v the The high school orchestra will play Three numbers. The high school chorob will sing a selection. Miss Jean will be the sol- singing Garden of My Rev. W. G. Ph. D. will say the invocation and the benediction will be pronounced by X. Dutv.__ Under Auspices of Veteran Guard ing Mail From Pittsburg by New Schedule TH Prnuflu-Tnimt niwfl im n lu rntutut dtmubniiunn mm uniiun X. 1-iursday was laker. largely Jury Manslaughter Verdict Against Her AT fti Memorial services ill htid Sun- E day afternoon in CharUrwi in honor to veiei-an soldiers of the Civil with the features s. parade in which' veterans and various oranizations will nariicip-iie and a memorial address at the First Christian church by Rev. that are distinctly to the taiiviniage of Charieroi are announc- ij by the MononaraheU1- P- R. R. zo be made next Sunday with havi entrtseu a voice i 1 The of the investigation was to been made known today. The result of the refrendum is be announced and that li'iely HUftlhtl U'JLLMiliLU Lillian Eoupe of must answer for the 01 her hus- William L. Roupe. Ke died Januarv 12. at the City hospital. the issuance of the summer be followed by the proposal of a nen- having been scale. International vice president Frank Hayes and international secre- tary William Green of One cf the most beneficial changes will be that of the starting of the six E. X. pastor. Other pastors o'clock morning train from Phtsbarg of the eowTi will assist. irjstea'i of from and con- attended the Jacob Wise be the chief mar- verting it into a mini train. This will mean an eaily morning mail. Much importance is attached to shal of the parade. Ee has issued his orders. All commands taking part had plates on the program i.lth es- says and tlie class history that were decidedly interesting. The high st-hoo- orchestra played an opening musical selection ami Hev. C. P. Uasttii.il sc.Id ih.2 In the first essay 7iliss Jessie For- sythe treated of the subject. ''The School of the Shs spoke of the school of the future as one o higher ideals than the school of' today. She spoke of the progress be- j ing made in affairs educational and 1 discussed the development of the t schools and of the constant and broadening influences izing the efforts of the present day j schools. A piano duet was played by Olivia Connelly and Miss Dessie Blak- i er in such an acceptabJe manner as jaerit enthusiastic applause. The history of the commercial .class during its years of existence was _giv- j en by Hiss Susan Smith. Wittily she described past treat- ing of individuals as veil as class as a xrhole. 0. K. Batterine 5 Ibs at Bon- nell's. -292-t3 in the parade will report at sharp changes Brownsville. Four trains at the foot of Fifth street at the rail- have their commands well in hand f-j1- ati immediate start. The formation be as Veteran Guard for Rices Landing and Crucible no Inno-oT- make the West ville stop and then cross the river to stop at Brov.Tisviie. The only henceforth will be 'drum police representa- This simply means in short that up-' mm SPECIFIC CHARGE members of council and comrades of G. A. mem- bers of veteran Guard. Sons of Vet- erans. SpanisTi American war veter- firemen. Patriotic river people who have been accustom- i to do much of their shopping Brawns ville will come to Charleroi rather go to the troubla of cross-' ing the ferrv at Brownsville. Browns- P. O. S. of Jr. O. TL A. Mon- merchants-are-cotitemplaiing ask- Lodge of EHcs for Pnblic Ceremonies essen Boy Scouts and school children. The Belle Vernon G. I A. R- win ana'rch with the dharleroi Veteran under whose the services will be held. The Veter- Guards is inviting all cirizns to participate. Arriving at the church a definite j program will be followed. It will ing changes back to the old custom. Comparatively little change in time is made in trains. Xorth boorid changes are as the old time of arrival bsing given Sosth Christian invoca- Imposed on Driver of Car Belonging' to Mc- Kean Avenue Firm ________ mm 10 mm of Rev. W. G. Ph. The campaign for -aalorcement traffic regulations tled night to the discomfiture of John. Guitnik and John ccmpos- firm. As the one .of the jinn wounded by a ballet from a revcuvec at his horns in the Tylerdaie district of about 1 o'clock on the morning of December 31. After almost 24 hours jury trying Mrs. Ronpe for the shooting returned a verdict of gratty of voluntary manslaughter. li s compromise verdict. It is unders r.o one was for first but some were IOT second some for nasnslaughter arsi some IOT sc- quittal. At one it is six voted for acquittal. j It was shortly before 4 -o'clock Thursday that it was announced that the jury had agreed. Attorney j A. counsel for IMrs. JEt-ope WSE noticed and with his was IK court very shortly afterwards. jury was then brought in and Quef took their places along the bar m fnmt of the judge's bench. Sirs. it -could was about to collapse from tha strain she had undergone. She was not asked to stand the verdict announced- As the jury came in she sat within where thejory Slat past her. She breathed heavflir JBS- she leaned forward to catch whatTrac said. It was a blow to her A pleasing feature of the musical nrogram was the soprano Old snng- iy 3Iiss ilary with piano accompani- jment by her The essay Business handled by iliss JEwins was inspirational along ihe lines of accomplishments of able women of ihe business world. In her paper she .showed that stenography was only a jsteppisg stone to an active offer- ing illustrations to prove her A selection followed by the high school directed by I. T. wherenpon Bascatt was introduced. His discussion was along the lines of character building. Dr. IBafsatt advised member of -the maintain their own indrvidual- .to make the most of isep clean and to help keep the cleaiu ajmi_ Duty reading. Rev. Jolm Tt. ad fiotl tbe staT5'teK- address to Jacob of freedom eeches by -Pittsburg. 1 read UTS. Thomas of grag fi to fl the nation the Chaxleroi Lodge of Elks Sowers Samuel a listi sex- Star Sp Banner ci of or he arguing the need ef 'broad-minded sympathy and un- derstanding one with another. Then he spoike of the need of training -the as well as the and above aH essentiality of building a good you sow yon reap 2. he said. Dr. Bassatt praised the pessimistic because he said he was satisfied- He spoke of the value of a good imagination and advised thi reading at even love stories since a desire'to read such seems only noimaL Under direction of Prof. Guy rett the njandolin club played an en-' joyable selection sad Principal S- R.' on poibtic ritualistic ser- Besides the very beautiful ceremony I the services of Judge W- Irvrfn of Washington have beer secured and he vrill deliver the principal address. A j committee is ar work making exten- sive preparations for these services and nothing will spared in the ar-' rangements to make this a crowning _ feature in loyalty. Judge Irwin's abil- ity as a platform orator is such that be is in constant jfemand. The ser- will not be alone for but for all and a cordial invitation is ex- tended to all lovers of. country' and flag to attend. Charleroi 5To. B. P. 0. E. celebrated the seventeenth anniver- i sary of its institution on Wednesday J evening at their club. During these' i perienced a wonderful career. Start- ing- with only 33 members there have 651 initiations and the present membership is 469. TIhe lodge has had 20 past exalted 18 of whom are living and two the latter being Sesh Long and C. H. 1 Chandler. Frim this ledge the grand lodge has been furnished with a grand a grand exalted both j of which positions were alily held by ex-Governor John K. a grand now held by J- E. Masters j and TWO district Eoiand W. t and Clarence Chandler. A. X ix SCORES HIT AT PALACE evening the Palsce theatre The Moon Girl and Zffermaid company opened a three return arcane a speed greater tary The verdict should bs and as the charge carried a jf the owners were extreme mercy. _al Mrs. JEUmpe wasjed from the room n ti Almost tipn by some of her- friends. She taken out in rhe corridor just office This being a fee of and COSLS. seems thar one of firm drove the car up ilcSean arose and con- tinned across Fifth in spite of warn- she faintedf bllL ings. streei car was thers and a distriet attorneyls office. prevented -from Xhe machine nearly touched faliing to the floor F. A. Bright aiid Gtwdnight. The and came efcase to lotting reyived 'Speak Thursday j. Manager C. W- E. A. JCsssxal. Ths azrest was made immed- At the Thursday afternoCTi session the Christian Board of The act has special i Missions in the district convention at scenery and electrical -effects. Ths ''the First Christian church Mrs. W. 3flson on her brightly lighted moon B. Phillips of I5Iimesseii Teas elected sails over the audience singing district manager of the work. Mrs. showering flowers. Two other splen- -W. Phillips of Castle and Miss did acts and motion pictures make up f.Elsie Taylor of prom- remainder of the program. It inent hi missionary wcrfc-cf Chris- tonight and Saturday. j JEJan deEominarjeaa zn xhe were t speakers at the meeting1. Tlie J-atcobe man the name of' Mame Brant whose number was tak- were left the court Sentence will be imposed on- day morning at 10 mum for manslaughter is the penitentiary but the minrmtnn i within the discretion of the court. that was loading is to appear recommendation for extreme or does cot send nave some bearing on Beantiful Fragrant Jasmine blooiE Sl-00 per dozen. 282- Tn the evening the theme of state or if is dctes not wcrd information will be lodged tence. the an3 Rev. F. A. the 3iotice. Barber has of BsHevue made an address on the the Strate- C5ctyd Good- moved to iigSclBsttie Grocnd. the Palace Barber McKean night of Uniontotrn spoke nne. Empire of on -Our against him and a. consiaole put on Ms trail. C. S. Hatfield of Donora was lold appear at the police sta- tion .afxer hearkening to the motor- man of a street car Thursday instead of xo a policeman. One of the difficulties the police have noticed is in making drivers of cars understand they are to keep 1 the right side of the street when on the move and that their cars must ba left standing on tire right side. Warn- ings are frequent and there has been a general disposition to obey The jurymen looked tired and after having been-shut tip in the jiny room since the day before at There had been no breakfast and dinner were servti them in the room. Some of theljonni had been shut up on other j O. E.3utterineSJbs at Bon- nell's. Chum Gold 5 pounds for at 292-tS O. Butterine 5 Ibs Sl-00 at Bon- 292-t3 JOE OAliy OF COLDMBUS BABE PICAIfl OF 1EV CiTLE AT. they said was the most their experience. Will Play at Homestead. a uitaj The Strand A. A. will travel to the faculty team will be fonad j Homestead Saturday to clash with the sors Grimm TdlST A rt_ Tl______ _ _ _. Faculty Team Plays BalL This afternoon at the Cna baseball grounds the faculty game of the spring will be played. Ok K. fres. 8 A. Vice B. H. Cashier DONTLET WEEK PASS BEFORE you start an account with the First National Bank of Charleroi. It will give you confidence in the present and you to establish a habit which will be so valuable to you as you grow older. Paid on Until Depositary tor the State of Window A. C. club. On Decora- with a number 'of non Bar the fast Imperial White Sox iors. The opporing tesm be of Norm Rttsburg be the posed of players from the attracts on Lock Hill. The Strands sophmore and freshmen clashes. have won 6 out of 7 games and hope j ro chalk up three more victories the coming week. T _ _ x ladies Aid Calendar of So-.tcr po.nd at score Sator- Let the Star Spangled Banner Wave on Memorial Day SPECIAL Fast color bunting 3x5 sewed jointed pole and flag holder 75e 1 Might's Book Store For the early spring brides The Hallmark Store is with a most splendid showing of Plated and Those wishing to purchase a gift of unusual real find an F of our silverware stocks mcst fitable indeed. Every new design that .s offered this season is to be seen JOHN B. SCHAFER f Manufacturing Jeweler 515 MeKean Ave. EOTn   

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