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CARNECIE HERO AWARDS
Fifteen Acts of Heroism Recognized
Pittsburg, April 25.-Fifteen acts
of heroism were recognized by the
Carnegie Hero Fund Commission at
its meeting here today.
In two. cases silver medals were
awarded; in thirteen cases bronze
medals. Six of the heroes lost their
lives, and .to the dependents of two
of these, pensions aggregating $1,020
a year were grantedl. To the de
pendents of three of the others who
lost their lives, the sum of $1,500 was
granted to be applied as the comn
mi'ssion many sanction. In addition to
these money grants, in nine cases
awards aggregating $8,500 were madle
for other worthy purposes. Payments
in the one-sum cases will not be made
until the beneficiaries' plans for the
use of the awards have been approved
by the commission.
Medals were awarded to the follow
Frances B. Holstein, Urbana, Ill.,
saved Benjiamin W. Soper, clergyman,
from death from snake.-bite at Cocoa
nut Grove, Fla., February 19, 1918.
Miss Moletein, after Soper had pro
testedl, 'sucked the venom from the
woundI in Mr. Soper's ankle.
Theodore Miller, Angola. N. Y.,
crossing watchman, saved Francis J.
Anselmo, aged 4, from being killed by
a train, August 12, 1917.
Albert J. Schrier, Hays, Pa., saved
Michael J. Frasier from drowning at
Kansas City, Kan.. December 10, 1915.
Elizabeth M. Wascoe, West Home
stead, Pa.. saved Virginia M. Deegan,
aged 3, from being xilled by a
street ear, August 26, 1917.
Daniel Vunovich, Midland, P a.,
savedl Amidi Castell, aged 22, cupola
charger, .from suffocat ion at Midland,
Pa., January 19, 1910, when Castell
fell into a cupola filled wvith smoke
andi containing carbon monoxide andl
William E. Tanner, A mblersburg,
W. Va.. saved Virginia B. Taylor from
being killed by a train, August 18,
1917, when she fell on a track on
which a train was approaching.
James M. Abel, Dayton. Tenn., res
culed Malinda J., Bertha M., and Len
n-io A. Patton from a runaway, Au
gust 28, 19%5.
Jumes HI. Davis. Belmont, La., at
tempted to save T. Stanford Gran
berry, Jr., and* Fletcher Granberry '
from drowning, at Bonami, La., March
William M. Pickett, Vivian, La.,2
saved Fletcher Granberry and at-h
tempted to. save T. Sanford Gran
berry, Jr., from drowning, at Bonami,
La., March 20, 1914.
Mary E. Smith, 15 years old, of
Camden, N. J., died attempting to save -
Annat. Mi Miskelley fronm drowning,
August 9, 1918. Motal tM her mother.
Johr 'Barahwsmki, HAzieton, PA. died rn
attempting. tosave Anthonv J.. ZI'otnik it
from drowning at uarl14g1d Pa ., uye
'Crank Case" V
d Ride as Easy
>tor, with her power up to the
out a "buck" or a thump or a
asure in driving a car. Correct
is the answer. It's the differ
pleasure. To those who appre
"quality" lubrication means, this
They don't have these troubles.
N FLAG" MOTOR OIL exclu
what "engine troubles" are.
r are lubricated by a special sys
ifacturer for that purpose. This
t of the motive power and its
tv. If this automatic system of
ved, you could not run a motor
ersonaly oil some 18 or 20 parts
v4.y clay before you started out,
ecessary, and you knew exactly
N HARD WA
Manuel J. Romero, Gretna, La., died
attempting to save Salvador Martina
aged 12, from drowning, at Harvey,
La., August 21, 1917.
Gaston Reedy Buford, Franklin,
Tenn., clergyman, died attempting to
prevent an insane man from shooting
two women at Atlanta, Ga., February
37, 1917. Medal and death benefits to
widow and two children.
George W. Alfred, 16 years old, o'f
Cook Place, 'Tenn., aGe.. attempting to
save Albert D). Young, aged 17, from
dlrowning, at Glenobey, -'enn., July 11,
Arthur E. .Fitch, Camr~ridge, Mass.,
died attempting to save Ruth F.
Oakes from being killed by a train
it Medford, Mass., November 19, 191&
Medal and award to widow and deathi
benefits to mother.
I"IHSTF HIG AFTER-WARt
SOON 'ro APPEAR HERE
"The Common Cause," JY. Stuart
Blackton's New Masterpiece, TFells
irst ('omplete Story of G;reat Vic.
tory--Replete With Rich Comedy.
"The Common Cause," the first
ig "after--t he-war" screen prodIuct ion
ao be e:<bhi>tedl after the signing ('f
he armistice that mnfde thee* world
'safe for Democracy, js to be shown
ere, at the Pastime' 'Theatre for one
lay, on Trhurs-day, May 15.
*Manager Shope, of the Pastime,
amys that this screen sensation, which
s the latest triumph of J. Stuart
3laeckton to be brouyht before the
'ubbie by the Vitagraph Companyvs
n his opmnion, one oif the most artijstie
nmd appealing photoplay dlrama. that
me has ever gazed upon. Herb'rt
toawbnson and Sylvia Br~eame'r, two
xtremnely popular young stars, are.
entur-ed at the head of a cast whh-h
ricludes Hluntley Gordon, Iawvren ce
,r-ossmith, the famous musical .-0..
dy star; Chamrles iad Violet Bm~lue'to,
bildlren of the prodJucer- Philip Var, -
Ar-n. L~ouis Dean andl MIle. Marcel,'
wellI-known French act ress.
The rama has a p'rologueP anmd
pilogue, in which appear five fam1'or t
o(')nen of the stage -Effie Shannonr.t
uhaii Arthur, Irene Castle, Mariori.
anmbeau atnd Violet Hleming. They
*presIent, res'pectivety, fBelgium. ItaIl.
ramnce, Columbia and Btritannia.
Manager Shope, discussing "The
ommo(n Cause" as a producton mand y
n entertainmnent, said-:
"This is one of the best-made photo
lays ever made and it certainmly has t~
verything about it to make it' the r
reatest screen, entert'ainment that y
as come out in many months. It 0:
wecrs the war from the tim lkBeiylum dj
as ravaged unmtil the present t im-e. a
'ith the American and Allied armrs
Giroyv' Tasteless chill Tonic
stores vitality and enlergy by purifying und eco. f4
hi~ng the blood. You can soon~ feel It. Snirength I'm
'1in! Invoreting F-tect. Price S0c. t]
ith "Green Flag'
as an Airplane
where and how to distribute the
would be in operation. But the
ery car obviate any attention on
the oil put in the heart of the syst
easy. You just drive up and ht
necessary amount. But the gen
era of cars is this -- they drive
A QUART OF OIL." That ian
for it, to get the beat results. I
ME A QUART OF 'GREEN FL
There are a number of "CREE
tions in this county. The dealers
aind you cen buy "CREEN FLAG"
of them with the assurance that you
the grade of oil beat adapted for y
It will pay you to drive out o
FL&G" MOTOR OIL from any of th
RE CO., Mann
victorious; and yet it is not what I
would call a 'war' picture. It tells
the otsry of Allied aims, the reasons
for the entrance into the struggle of
Britain, France, Italy, America, etc.,
and shows how the American marines
turned the tide of the war at the
rmemorable battle of Chateau-Thierry
by turning the Huns off the road to
Paris. There is a splendid novelty in
the form of an animated diagram
showing this phase of the war.
"laere is a beautiful love story
running through the lpictutre and some
slenid battle scenes showing the
tanks in action, the big gumns andir th2
biatt lephanes, but there is a total ab
sence of the horror that has character
Wzed the wvar itse'lf and many of the
pictures dlepicting it.
"One of the outstmading f--atures
of 't ihe Conmm<,n Cause'' is the fina.
,eo ; y that ir in troducedf. I .awrence
9.rosemit h, the. famous Enzglis;h come
mlln, is the leading funmaker, and he,
with a paoilu andI a French girl, pro
doesomie of thle miost legitimate
contedy' the rereeni has ever seen. The
picture would he worthl seeinig for the
"I expect 'The Commnon Cause' to
prove one of the miost satisfactory
Ente-rtaimlmenrts I have ever given to
he- pat rons of the Pasu ~mfe, anld I in
nd to make its presenmrad on ond of
he biyg events in thme hiistory of the
louse. I will have the th"etatre special
v decorated during the re. of the pro
l'.etion anad expect to make the en
rsage.ment memorable by the intro
luction of a number of novelties"
ManagerSh(ope, says that "'The
-(mmn Cuse" takes on addled value
>eeause it is aut hent ie in every dletail.
twas mnade under the aus:,ces of
he Blritish-Candianm Peermiting Mis
ion. and~ shows some act ual wa
eents never before shiown on the
reen. In addition, there apjpear in
he pet ure soldiers of the A maericnan
.nd Allied armis, these troops hav'
"ag been loaded to the prioducer in u
irtited numbers by the various y)?..
rnmrents. Some of the interesting
.ae lre those taken at the famous
Feruitimw stand in front of the New
ri: Publi, Library, where ofFicers ofI
Ithe Allbes .joined in the common
ause that brought the armies up to
he strength necedel 'to overwhehna
New York, A pril 25.--The American
ewspaper Publishers' Association at.I
ie elosing session here today of its
nnl convention aiopted a resolu
on n'rging the incoming Congress to
speal or suspend for two years the
ar time act of 1917 raising thme see
d-aspstlrates. The resolutidn
eeae htsuch rates, "crude and
nacientifie in character and burden.
>me alike to newspapers and their
ibscribers, are illusite to the needs
The resolution also asked that be
>re any new legislation changing
tes in affect at the outbreak of
he war be enacted an expert con-.
L1Mv1b, Manning, S. C.
ell, very few Imotor cars
lubricating systemj of ev- ".r
your part except hav in..ge
em as you need it. That's
rve the dealer put in th~e
eral failirng of most driv
up and say -" Gii. ry E 1
t the correct v1y>&
)rive up and say---"ClVEL
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are well-known and re-l-ale,7
MOTOR Oil. f,-om anov enr
are getting the Lc-i t il, a;.d ti 1
f your way to. hay "GiREE xN
e following weli.grsn-n dan..
mission be appointed to inquire into
the operations of the postoffice in re
gard to carrying seuond-elass matter.
This commission would ascertain the
actual cost of such operations with at
view to assessing equitable rates.
The election of officers developed
a contest for the presidency of the
association .between Frank P. Glass,
of the Birmmngham (Alabama) News
Incumbent, and Richar Hooker, of
the Sprigfield (Massachusetts) 'Re.
yo u r o rf t e. tor wh ose e .
Wor has o.it. ahdAmeric tht
tem aero Jpan in~ anmera
deire as bestowe an anua 9ud
upo the Salvtiyon Aryinta
emll-istnownt the S-lalaio Ary,
MeOTnize 0it asan oila orgaiza
tiand gtag part of the .apne Em
par eea tundoe7l pitwr
tio wA t .y Cps.
this imprioldecrth, potohe inmpe
decard thatrin heuswatche te rk.
'frhe Savation Armyl wietin the
flies t offapan foratny es vtha
thi asafessr eqthoroug rates.i
Th etion f wasdersdelopmaed
aRoe fo the pesien ry of the
assoiateion acivtie n Jrakp.as
oAth firtgh Jlaapasapop' we,.
ncmbt an stricnbhe loming, of
the Splvtl Arm woears into~s te
andr of the dirhryshhose Iterwe
yhad woprk~ aso diliert effotson
hept Nof the S.ATwokr Aent
ntor thas mtohte reaeAneivedha
the conmieror of thepa inpl aninipere
Ipnadiit theain wrmy in thlit
TImd aiyere, ingin theisan fneny
il eiscetthe Salvation Armyhsipie in
Vpan airehious eed, ofich, oign the
the, a'iid'vanemet of th.ritianity.ni
ir h Japanede ver al wholif wrk
to thire and ofoney o the Sl.a
tion Army, Cors.aslt pofo
re he wortion JArman. nth on
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