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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 30, 1914, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                vjMs V A i W phony oloists Gave JARY IOJ till rdhcstra a Good Combinati j Kit i 1 J fc ASSURED If Fire Department Equipment Is Not Up to the Re i quired Standard nui If i KIM Basket Bell Team to Ploy With V M C A Methodist church was comfort last the first ap in public of the reorganized Society with the Indiana Sym hf nyOrchestra It surely marks the music in Indi we Tcan produce oratorio works withoutsending town for either soloists or pr players Sauls fHoly City formed the part of the program It was rendered throughout but being or less familiar as choir music jacred in character did not arouse fehthusiasm of the audience as a alarwork would have done trsohs refrain from applauding a red number especially when given if church The soloists did satis RATES ARE LOW NOW Committee Has Sent Invita tions Broadcast Over In diana County W Bells Gathcreci iri Greensburg GOOl J SPEAKER COMING ModdTeacher Has Resigned Miss Margaret Moore to Ac cept Position in a New State Normal if SetniAnnual Business Will BeProduativeof S Much Good ildrywork on the whole though on account of colds basketball tearn will open its season Saturday night in the association gymnasium Its opponent will be the strong team from the Ebensburg y M C This promises to be a very good game as the Ebensburg team has de feated some of the strongest teams in this part of the state this season In the Indiana lineup will be Peelor Bugh Shaffer and Dauer the latter formerly of St Marys These men need no introduction to the followers of the basket game in Indiana Mc Gregor Anderson Longwill and Keen er will all be on hand to greatly strengthen the lineup Now good citizens of Indiana we would like to see you at this game as the boys have been working hard to make this the first game a success If this game is well attended it will ire not in good voice most pleasing part of the pro was the fine chorus woik in The Jules Jor dainu music is unsurpassed for choral j stirring and impressive I Throughout thq entire concert the Indiana Symphony Orchestra gave a of itself There seems why with such conduc tors as Professors Cogswell and See Indianas abundance of talent in sfcjjoth Conservatory and town and with new Y M C A building as a free ffJfVehearsal hall Indiana should not to the front in the giving of Society concerts and the stari be an inducement to bring some of the strongest Y M C A teams in this part of the stale here Let us see you at this game co encourage the boys in their efforts called at Admission 25 find 15 cents The National Board of Engineers of New York City an independent or ganization but connected with the in surance companies is highly valued appreciated and used by the compan ies for obtaining established stan dards of water supply and fire protec tion These standards are very high and as a matter of fact there is no city or town in the United States in which the equipment complies higher requirements of the Engineers The National Board periodically visits each city and town in the United Sta tes for the purpose of making a close inspection of the available watersup plies and Fire Departments The last inspection of the town of Indiana was on at which time the de ficiency charge was figured at 27c This charge of 27c is figured in and added to the rate of insurance apply ing to each mercantile and manufac turing property in the town At the time of this inspection Indi ana was given credit with having a very efficient Fire Department of the Sixth Class At the time of the next inspection which may be very near if At David R Jenkins R Jenkins mention of whose was made in Thursday evenings Gazette died at the home of his rs Harry L and David F Ber Homer City Wednesday even oclock aged 77 years Mr was born in Burrel township he resided until 13 years ago he removed to his nephews hWe in Homer City While a resi of Burrell township the many offices being assessor fo district for 12 years He served Bounty auditor from 1882 to 1885 the Greenback Party was in ex Vistence Mr Jenkins was a loyal sup of the party and made many addresses throughout the county in the party principles He Taveteran of the Civil war having April 15 1861 and was mus into service in Pittsburgh to for Ithree years or during the He served as a private in Com CvYfJnfl UKUiU Projecting Screen Was The Progressives of Indiana are thinking of having a Dollar Banquet in Indiana at some date in the near It will be a gettogether and getacquainted gathering for all Pro gressiyes from all parts of the county A good meal will be served and good live speeches delivered The commit in such men as Congressman Clyde Kelly Senator Clapp and Gifford Pinchot If you are a Progressive the com mittee wants to hear from Send Harry Earhart or some member of the committee a postcard saying that you want to attend the banquet Already a number of acceptances have been received from all parts of the county The committee is composed of the following Progressives J F Glasser Marion Center R Charles H Moore Blairsville Geo W DeLancey Blairsville Harry W Ear hart Indiana M M Davis Indiana Clarence Pennington Indiana Elaine McCreight Indiana T S Lynn Clyde E J Welch Plumville R D Tonkin Cherrytree John Gorman Wilgus Harry Elden Homer City Miss Margaret Moore who for a number of years past has been a critic in the Model School has re signed to accept aa excellent position in one of the York Normal MISS KING WAS THERE Schools Her place is to be filled by Miss Agnes Sulis a primary specialist of Springfield Massachusetts Misd Moore was graduated from the High School at Horjriell from the State Normal School Geneseo N was a public in the public schools in Addison Little Falls and Rochester ip Y She was a student at Cornell University daring the summer of 1910 and had been in her present position since 1906 Indiana and New Orleans Indiana and New Orleans got on the map yesterday as the choice of summer resorts in the United Sta tes Both places had summer temper atures of 74 yesterday the warmest January weather in either place ever recorded Norfolk and Little Rock were second choice ther mometers in those cities registering 72 ajvjpany L 11th Pennsylvania Reserves Bunder Captains Hiram Spires and E iJk wigoman and Colonels F M Galla TffVgherarid S M Jackson The regi 4Uo rrV5fH Rvi assigned to the Third Bri X Wde Third Division Fifth Corps Ar oftlie Potomac and iln battles of Mechanicsburg Gaines House This Morning Today the management of the Grand Theatre finished putting in the Wolverton patent screen which is enclosed in a silhouette box also a patent This combination is the one used by large picture houses and the ateres in larger cities By expert ad justment of the projecting machine together with a special part all flicker has been eliminated from the pictures insuring eye comfort at all times A special series of the most refinec and entertaining pictures has been ar ranged for the month of February Early next week the whole theatre is to be thoroughly renovated scrubbed and disinfected this in addition to th daily sweeping and dusting and disn fectng before each performance In cold weather its warm in the Grand and in warm weather its cool and its always clean Only the best pictures are shown at all times and each week one or more big production is shown Special su pervision is given when at tending alone and mothers will find room in the foyer for their baby coaches in bad weather night it is found that the efficiency of the Department has decreased either in the way of equipment or otherwise the Engineers will quite likely in 1 rease this deficiency charge of 27c o some higher figure It ia not questioned that the Indiana ire Department is below the stan Jard in the matter of equipment and a splendid way to make this standard would be for the Borough Council to authorize the purchase of the new motor fire truck which has been the subject of much conversation in Indi ana this week It might be interesting to note that Joseph Piper Saltsburg S V Kepple Shelocta R J Day Brownlee ounty chairman Indiana the deficiency charge of 27c applying to the town of Indiana is much lower than that which applies to any othei town in this section of the state con sequently the insurance rates are low er comparatively speaking than h any of our neighboring towns Fpi example South Fork has a deficiencj charge of 45c Portage 40c Glei Campbell 49c Barnesboro 55 Cres son 41c BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs J E Lewis Was Pleasantly Sur prised on Wednesday J E ofGfanl Mrs MARCH JURORS ndiana County Men Who Will Hear the Court Trials Grand Jury March 2 M Shelocta Getty W Indiana Walker Z Shelocta Griffith C Cramer Condron S Smicksbuig Griffith E Indiana Faust C Clymer Laughry Stannard Indiana Mahaffey W Cherrytree Carnahan M Creekside Hess John New Florence Clements Wilson J Dilltown Campbell J Homer City Cribbs G Plumville Hilands Samuel Indiana Stitler Samuel Groft R D McClain C Indiana Parsons Harry Nowerytown McMillen 0 Blairsville Butler G Marion Center R D Patterson Robert Blairsville Trimble George Blairsville Bowser W Castle Alumnae Meet In New York Indiana Woman Received In vitation to Attend Big Social Event Greensburg Jan semiaiv nnal meeting of the chief operators of the Bell Telephone company s from Westmoreland Fayette and Indi ana counties was held Thursday in the Bell1 companys offices on West14 Pittsburgh street The object of these meetings is U have the chief operators discuss new kinks which are encountered ing good service to strengthen the entente cordiale which be tween the different offices and which it is of course necessary to maintain in order to give good service Questions which have come up in regard to new labor laws operating conditions the advisability of cheer fulness and courtesy at all times and other subjects which are pertinent to telephone business were discussed The meeting adjourned temporarily at noon all being guests of pany at the Hotel where a most delicious luncheon was served After lunch the chief operators as sembled at Mordens studio where a group picture was taken R C Hollister plant supervisor Greensburg district L J Billingsly district manager and F W Morgan local manager Greensburg spoke for a few minutes on topics of general in terest and thanked the chief opera tors for their cooperation through out the territory The following chief operators at tended Mary Ramsden Blairsville Edna Hughes Derry Mary R Logan Greensburg Isabel King Indiana June Flynn Irwin Nellie G Hoff The midyear meeting of the Castle Alumnae association will be held at the Hotel Manhattan New York City tomorrow The guests of honor will be Mrs StuyVesant Fish the leader of New Yorks 400 Mrs May Rile Smith the celebrated authoress and who is presidentof the New York Sorosis and Miss C E Mason the worldfamous educator principal of The Castle School Tarrytownonthe Hudson Graduates of The Castle School Igj Qharles City Cross Roads Bull Bun South Mountain M and Fredericksburg He was ed to corporal for gallant con and after the Peninsular cam i1 was taken sick typhqid lind was sent to the Field hospi three months Mr Jenkins again taken ill and sent to Con nt Camp Alexandria he remained until honorably ffcharged February 4 1863 by sur certificate of disability services will be held at Perry home Saturday afternoon by the Bey J BMorris PA The interment will be cemeteryi here Wow Thompson is still offering Clothing Stock at 25 per 110x POPULARITY CONTEST Who Is the Most Popular Young Lady j in Indiana The young lady receiving the most votes in the Grand Theatre Popularity Contest will receive a solid gold genuine diamond and pearl la yallier purchased from B W Wehrle Cps windows during the month of Febru ary The contestwill open Monday morn in February 2 Groundhog Day and wilUclose Saturday 2 Each one paying admission will re ceive a ticket of admission with voting coupon attached The winner will be announced p in the Grand Theatrj Mon was pleasantly surprised at her home Wednesday in honor of her 53rd birthday celebration A sumptuous dinner was served at noon Mrs Lewis received a handsome rocker two chairs and a sum The guests included vMr and Mrs Boyd Lewis and Mr and Mrs John Lewis of Josephine Mr and Mrs F W Sherer Mr and Mrs A P Hill and Mr and Mrs Robert Getty of White township and Mr and Mrs A Hill and Mrs A C Ferrier of Indi ana During the guests were regaled with a musical program given by four of the R C telephone girls Wow Oh those pure Silk Shirts a Dick Thompsons get after em boys theyre going fast Saturday i the last day 110x Petit Jury March 2 Dixon Charles Blairsville Dvans H Blairsville 3unlap Clark Blairsville Holstein J Blairsville Repine D Blairsville 3rown Charles Creekside Robinson William Shelocta Cunningham J Indiana Nesbit Saltsburg Buchanan Charlie Clymer Ashbaugh L Plumville McCreary G Saltsburg Shultz J Heilwood Gerhart F Blacklick Koontz Hs Indiana Gibson J Livermore R D Bush J Livermore R D Blakeley S Parkwood Douglass J Rochester Mills Douds A Livermore from all parts of the United States are attending the reunion and celebra tion at Tarrytown today and will par ticipate in the reception and dinner at the Manhattan Saturday Mrs Anne Yule Martin of New York City is president of the Castle Alumnae assoJ ciatioa and sent a special invitai W Taylor of Indiana who as Miss Daugherty attended The Castle School It is quite likely that those who go to New York expressly for these two important events will also be lavishly entertained by the resident alumnae this organization includes about all of the exclusive younger set in New York meier Jeannette Ruth Gillis La robe Irene Johnston Ligonier Susan B Hay Mt Pleasant Irene Huddell Saltsburg Edith Ritchie Scottdale L Mae Mauk Youngwood Margaret1 Kink Connellsville Lulu Walters Un iontown Gertrude Smith West New ton The following also attended Black assistant traffic supervisor Un iontown Jennie H Murphy traffic clerk Mae E Port observer Elsie I Bolen evening chief operator Bessie Wright Mattie Neilson and Elizabeth Mullen local and toll Mary 0 Bleimer line order Greensburg Marguerite Koontz ing chief operator Jeannette and A A Gontz until recently chief ators at Derry At the Colonial Saturday Over the a Eclair drama It was in the of rthis screen play that Lindsay J Hall doubling for Will E Sheerefr made a 30foot jump down the of a 228foot cliff onto a projecting rock about 17 feet square The Special Saturday in three parts theft of jiamond ring an4 ft bandt man an4 ft day March2 Voting ary 28 Girls get will wher you see this beautiful lavalHer See it today in the window of R W Wehrle Gos store Floor Mop Improved polishing mop handle ex tra supply oil complete Just a few at this price lllx J M STEWART it CO Long Hileman Indiana B D Boring Gilbert Strongstown Ponder F Blairsville Thomas Indiana BP Dodd Ed Wehrum Cover N Blairsville Wissinger Harry N Indiana B D 85c Shirt Sale There fitill remains a fairly goo4 Uat Sale P selection for Saturday which is the last day to get and 85c WINS WINE Around the Corner We have selected several dozen of Soft and Stiff Hats from our line and are placing them on sale at for the nest seyen days Former pric es to A few Stetson Hats in the lot Moorhead Bros See the nice grown Ware in Big Wm M Blacklick Kunkle S Creekside B D Fulton J Home B D Willardi Elmer Bochester Mills B Bennett W Glen Campbell Seanor Berle Creekside Stitt J Blairsville Hill David Ernest Brijhart W In McFarland Indiana Bobinson Harry A Homer City Grumbling James Cramer Boss W Indiana Clark J 0 National Guard Practice Harrisburg Jan Guard practice work was outlined at a conference of the ordnance officers of the state militia today The season will begin May 31 and some changes in the course may be made The offi cers at the meeting were Col P K Patterson chief inspector Lieut CoL S W Jeffers Pittsburgh Lieut Col P Hunt Philadelphia Maj Blaine Aiken Washington Haj W P Clarke Williamsport Maj C C Jonea Wilkesbarre and Capt K K V Casey Philadelpihia Special Look at Moorhead Bros west win dow and select tiie hat you fancy for the small price of SpemJ to Eats if ture is a thriller Mr Hall made death defying leap to secure realism and the narrow ledge was ail that stood between him and eternity it perhaps one of the most daring ever essayed by a photoplay art a glimpse of the film will attest Some Calf This G W Graff is going to have splendid meat on sale meat in question is from an eight months oM calf that 730 pounds When dressed it the scaJesKat 47 pounds H A Dime Social The Guild Christ copal church mJl a dim the Parisli Bouse Ftfdny ary 30 Wght refreshments welcome Dick Thompson is closing out his entire stock of fleeced underwear at per garment Hello Have you seen the new 1914 Wefe at the Indiana Motor Co Nice Brown Stewers Mixing Beaa and other Bpwlsi custard ill W A TTaylor I will bwy 50 head work horses and mares also cheap work horpes Bring and get tfhe cash for A tf 32 Jfe Renjerobfr can Do f V el   

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