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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1907, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                v Y jk J VOLUME 4 75 INDIANA SATtJltOAY NOVEM8B5R JIO 1907 ONE Evening Gazette Is Santa Claus Official Organ Read His Announcements WHEBE ABE THE FABNSWOHTHS ACADEMY TO BE SAVED Historic Cradle of Statesmen May feceme Township High School I lO TONS PLAN Distinguished Alumnus Believes This Step Would Enable It to Regain Prestige WOULD RECEIVE STATE AID Twin Couple Have Been Misting Since August Throughout the past three months the residents oi Twin Rooks Vlntbndale and Belsano have been speculating as to the whereabouts of Mr and Mrs E L Fame worth who disappeared early In August Since that timeFarns worths general store in Twin Rooks has been1 closed and no one has ap peared who could explain the con tinued absence of the owner The last day the Farnsworths were seen went to Belsano to visit a relative Her husband drove after her in the evening only to learn that in the meantime his spouse had boardeda northbound train Farnswortb returned home and told his friends he would follow his wife He left town that evening and nothing has since been heard from the pursued or pursuer As far as known Farns worths ac counts were in the best of shape The only known trouble he had was a dif ference of religion with his wife she being a member of the strict sect known as The It is said she had frequently complained because of nit indifference toward her faith The old students o Eldersridge Academy took theinitiative toward changing the historic institution into a township high school at the 20th an nual alumni meeting in the Port Pitt Hotel Pittsburg on Friday evening This action is made necessary in or der that the famous preparatory school may endure as changed conditions re sulting from coal developments have retarded the growth and prosperity of the school that is the first alma mater of so many prominent men The influx of strangers and the resultant change in social life have been decided factors in disturbing this notable school of learning The trustees mean to have Eldersridge continue as an educational center if possible Hon M C Watson of Indiana as chairman of the committee on the sub STOOD THE TRIP WELL Harry Stoebner Injured During Hunting Excursion Now at Hospital was accidentally shot while on a hunting trip to this section on Thanksgiving and who was taken to Pittsburg by Dr E F attended him and dressed his wound the night before stood the trip very well Upon reaching the city be was taken to the Homeopathic hospital and when the doctor left was yeating as comfortably as could be ex pected Tbe wound is in the right leg a few inches above the knee and while se rious it is thought that unless unlock ed for complications set in the leg will be saved WHY WAS THE STATION LOCKED Many Suffered Hardship While Waiting for a Train Many persons were compelled to stand in the sleet and rain while wait ing for the P R R train on Wednes day night and they will doubtless ap preciate the following which comes to the Gazette form of a communi cation What is the reason that the P H R station is not opened regularly to accommodate people who go to meet the evening train On the evening preceeding Thanks giving a large number of who were there to meet friends on the train were obliged to stand in the wind and rain until about 8 oclock the train being late before someone took pity on their suffering and opened the wait ing room door Although the accom modations of the waiting room are poor yet they are better than the driv ing wind and sleet If the P R R were sued for dam ages in a few cases of pneumonia and bronchitis something might be done to better NEW CAR MADE TRIAL TRIP HELD FOR ROBBERY HON M C WATSON jeot presented the plan to turn the academy into a high school under the recent law which allows two adjoining townships to go together and organize a high school for the support of which State gives a year to pay a college graduate as principal The plan was enthusiastically indorsed by the association Mr Watson ani William Guthrie of Indiana were appointed a committee to carry the resolution into effect as eoon as possible Among those present at the reunion were several women Rev Dr S S Gllson presided Several members remarks Dr W B Ray of gave reminiscences of stu life at the academy in earlier days A P Watson of Indiana spoke on the critical period of toe Civil war He told the thrilling story of hia life in a Southern prison Officers were elected for the coming year p President John Upde graff vjca president M C Watwn j and W B ftiy executive committee Mra D D Four Foreigners Accused of Taking from Joe August Lewis Capses and Waltex Vigis tbe four Ernest miners accused of having waylaid and robbed Joe Au gust of 50 while he was going hcme tbe night of Nov 24 were held for court at a hearing before Squire Cross man on Friday evening Joe August who is a prosperous mechanic was the chief witness against the quartet Constable William North made the arrests of Trolley Co Went Over the Clymer Line The new car No 6 of the Indiana County Railways was tried out on Thanksgiving day and was found to work very nicely With the President and a number of the officials of tbe company aboard a trip was made out the Clymer branch to a point about two miles beyond Shorts The new car is not so heavy as but will carry the same number of pas sengers By reason of its lighter weight the new car is propelled by four 40 horse power motors rather than 50 horse power as are those of the first car Work on the high tension line from the power plant at Twolick to the sub station near Chestnut Grove baa been pushed vigorously and tbe holes are ready awaiting tbe poles which are ex pected any day It is thought that in about two weeks tbe pole line will be completed to the power house Many Nuptials Feature the Glad Thanksgiving Season INDIANAS NOTABLE EVENT Ceremony Uniting Miss Robin steenand Mr Lomax Drew Many Visitors CREEKSIDE PHYSICIAN WEDS PROGRAM FOR MONDAYS MEETING MINISTERS SON PLEASED Pastoral Drama Was in the of Capable Company Macauley Pattons production of The Ministers in Library Hall Wednesday evening was one of the best semireligious plays of the pastoral nature ever seen here Tbe leading characters were in the hands of capable actors and the drama was presented in a straight manner no specialties or melodramatic tricks be ing introduced 6M The evening was passed largely jociil enjoyment awl several wswiid on the pjapo aill Of Large Crowd Enjoyed Pictures Hadleys matinee this afternoon drew a large crowd and delighted everyone Pictures representing scenes at the Jamestown Exposition Boer War and other interesting events were shown An entire change of program ia scheduled for this evening r William Duncan Critically 111 William Duncan of White township is in a critical condition owing to a complication of diseases His sons Charles Frank and George Duncan of Uncle Saras force here were sum moned to the pedside Thursday Timely Topics Prepared for NewCentu ry Clubs Entertainment The New Century Club will hold its next regular meeting on Monday even ing Dec the home of Mrs Joseph W Clements The program follows Solo Miss Bess Hamilton Origin of Thanksgiving Day Miss Hope Stewart Piano Solo Mrs Alexander M Stewart Piano Solo Mrs Clarence McCreigbt A Visit to Oberammergau Mrs M C Piano Solo Miss Fannie Tnomas Fests and Festivals in Many Lands Mrs S J Telford Tea Hostess Mrs J W Clements At this meeting a farewell reception will be given in honor of Mrs George R Stewart one of the most active members of tbe Club who will soon leave Indiana for California The attendance of all tbe members of the Club active and honorary is de sired Farmers Bank Pnys Dividend At a meeting of tbe board of Direct ors of The Farmers Bank held last night the regular Semiannual dividend of 4 per cent was declared out of the earnings of the past six months and a substantial eutu is carried toundivided profit account beside Dividend checks will be mailed to each one of its dred shareholders this afternoon In the presence of the immediate rel atives of the family and a few intimate friends the marriage of Miss Blossom McClelland Robinsteen daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Robinsteen of North Sixth street and Harold Arthur Lomax of Oakmont was celebrated at high noon today The impressive Epis copal service was read by Rev A J Bean of Pittsburg The bride wore a gown of messalline satin The brides veil was caught with natural orange blossoms sent from California by an aunt She carried a shower bouquet of white roses The bride was attended by her sister Richmond Hagan Robinsteen who was gowned in pale green marquisette and carried white chrysanthemums Mrs Robinsteen wore a gown of black and white radium silk Mrs Lomax wore black lace over white silk Tbe grooms attendant was Carl Howard Robin steen brother of tbe bride When the procession entered the par lor Miss Edna Cogswell of Normal played the wedding march The Robinsteeo home was artistical ly decorated for the event The color juheme green and white was carried out by the use of chrysanthemums and other flowers After the ceremony the Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church served a wedding breakfast Ibe couple left on the evening train for an extended tour of Eastern cities They will be at home to their friends after Jan 1 1908 at Oakmont The guests f nm out of town were Miss Grnce Christy of Kitlanning Misses Mary and Martha Tesh and Marion Armstrong M C McClelland Mr and Mrs W W McClelland Mr and Mrs Cordes Mr and Mrs W H Cochran Mr and Mrs Knotta Mrs Andrew Roberts Mr and MrsOliver Miller Mr and Mrs Toner Mr anc Mrs Frank McDonald Robert McDon ald Miss Cunningham Mise A Robin steen and Mr Dudley all of Pittsburg and Mr and Mr H J Lomax parents of the groom of Buffalo N Y Two Cents for Gazettes Sdij on the Streets Beginning with Monday December the pr of Tlie Evening Gazette as sold on the streets Newsboys will be Two Cents This will not ths price of 5 cents per month to regular bers nor to those who may the paper from re lar agents in other towns The high and rapidly increasing price o paper has made it necessary for publishers where to secure greater revenues from circula to meet this increase A number of papers hcti doubled or nearly doubled their subscription pr The Gazette hopes to able to avoid this Mut revenue from street sales after paying the their commissions is so small that it is to ask Two Cents for papers sold on the streets INDIANA PARTY WAS IN NAPLES NOV 15 Miss Hulda Stumpf Writes En tertainingly of Voyage Across Atlantic ICnFINEMOSIC FOR ELKS iMflRlIi BOUND FOR MISSION FIELD The ladies pf tbe Catholic ohurcsb 1308 08 from tbe bazaar they held NOT 25 at Library Hall the White to 12 tblp Chicken and Wafflw 8t from a few equare re M ol GOTO Meeting of Sabbath Association Rev George G Burns of Homer City president of the Indiana County Sabbath Observance Association nas called a meeting of the organisation for Monday evening Tbe assembly will be held in the obapel of the Pres byterian cnurob Notice Toe annual ejection for Directors of the Farmers Bank of will held at ttoeir banking rooms on Tuesday December 8rd 1907 between tbe boon of 2 and 4 oclock J A Klingenjmlth Cajhier ladies Foothold come in so tbey can tbe At 81 Uairs T Wig ginsClark John Wiggins of Sbelocta and Elizabeth Clark of Elderton were married Thanksgiving evening at tbe horre of the brides parents Rev E A Campbell was the officiating min ister Tbe bride was attended by Miss Eihel Rankin as maid of honor while Paul Wood acted as best man to the groom Immediately following the ceremony an elaborate wedding supper was served About 60 guests were present The couple will go to house keeping at Sheloota Rev Dr W J Miller of Lutheran cburcb was tbe officiating clergyman at a pretty wedding in Sooth Qreeoiburg on Thanksgiving evening Mies Anna May Peesner of South John N Wilson of Blairaville were married in the preaence of about 60 guesta After tbe ceremony the young people left for i wedding trip the wett will later go to in Allegheny Greeniburg Tribwne PC Eugene Stover and Miw The family of J R Stumpf has re ceived interesting letters from Miss Hulda Stumpf who is bound for In dia where she will engage in Mission ary work The mail was posted at Gibraltar on Nov 12 Excerpts from the epistles follow Nov 6 On board the S S Fried rich der Grosse 1 The band is playing now the music is delightful Yesterday while they were playing a big wave washed the upper deck and gave everyone a shower bath Almost all the passengers have suffered from sea sickness The meals are fine four or five courses We have plenty of room for exercise and soon hope to be able to enjoy our meals Mrs Myers stood it the best of our Indiana party There are 120 on our deck The steerage carried passeng ers The boat is 450 feet long But to go back to New York City There I met my old teacher Mr Lang ham I visited my former boarding house and was thus near the Church of tbe Strangers where we bad our last meeting We were kept free at Hephizlbah House They gave us a royal sendoff the dock being crowd ed as far as we could see Each afternoon we practice our quartettes and next comes a lesson ia the Indian language The officers stated that the ship traveled 360 knots in tbe last 24 hours and as a knot Is 1 C miles this seems great speed The sea has been terribly rough Tbe vessel ia pitching from side to side and tbe dishes are flying so that the waiters could scarcely serve supper It is out of the question to walk a Gibraltar Nov up at 5 a m to see the sun rise just as we were entering the Strait of Gibraltar It was a glorious sight and baffles description by me We are now four hours ahead of New York in time Gibraltar itself is big and beauti ful and just like tbe P udential ad the fortifications extend all along one side with signal guns on the top There are guns There 10 a sort of shrub growing over part of it resembles solid rook Last night we saw the lights along the coast of Por tugal Have seen the coast of Africa too Morocco It is a sight to see tbe Italians line up each one with a tin pan to get their meals More like feeding cattle than human beings have lots of tipping to do when we leave the va rious stewards and musicians mmt he remembered Had puyr money exchang ed for English coin and we opw shillings etc Hov 1SW9 have heen on be Mediterranean sea for tome days It is muah more smooth than tbe tie and the sunrises nd HM sunsets so beautiful on tine water while the Soloists Will Appear at Annual Services Held by the Antlered DR ROSCAMP CHIEf SPEAKER the Appropriate addresses and music will make tbe Elks Memorial Day Service in Library Hall at oclock tomorrow evening impressive The orator of the evening Dr R E Roscamp of New Castle is one of the best platform speakers in country The program follows Funeral March Opera HouseOrchestra Opening of Memorial Services Broth er John R Richards Exalted Ruler Dry Those Miss Anna Mae Watson Conclusion Opening Exercises Lodg and Officers Roll Call of Absent Brothers Opening Ode Lodge and A Prayer By Chapl Selection Orches Shall Wipe Away All Miss Edna Allen Cogswe How an Elk Should Hon J N Langham cello and violin oh4 ligato Miss Mabel Fehmer Selection Orchestra Kindly Mr HainJ lln E Cogswell Crossing the Mystic Dr R E Roscamp My Uod to Cogswell Miss Fehmer and ME Cog well Benediction Rev J C N INITIAL BASKETBALL GAME Liberty and Old to Monday Night East Libert will be here on Monefo evening to open tbe basketball with the Old Boys The crew Greater Pittsburg faced the at the Palace rink last year and defeated by bat four year they hope to reverse the scone are bringing Flint who last year tained University of Pennsylvania proved the best goal shooter in east M The Old Boys held a happy reunion during practice at Library Hall night It seemed that Father bad turned the bands of the clock several years as Scrubby MoCrelgi CalMoorhead Cob Moor head Glair Longwill and Seanor got action in oldtime form Gal is visiting his father here and pear in Mondays game Coach McCreight ban already fected team work and hopes to Indiana another representative While the material is limited in her tbe boys are Tbe Opera House Orcbwtm hwM engaged for tbe opening served seats are now en Halls Do not forget that tbe surenee Agency will write gji tbe iowefti ratea Office in Trutt T   

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