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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - June 21, 1910, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Mar JtW MRTtaV MBtfeTfc cnDUTUXJLTXOff Or Burnt MM Ml I Ul ttMM M VOL XXXYITT NO 294 LEBANON TUESDAY EVENING JU NE 21 1910 PRICE ONI CENT Presidents Son Who Grad uates at Yalo Tomorrow Will Expire in the Early i Part of the Coin intf Julv MORE TIME WANTED Solicitor Light Appeared Before Conneils and Ask ed for Extension Six months more time wi he given the promoters of the Ephrata and Lebanon street railway to make good and get busy on the job other witn they will forfeit their fran chise The increased time has been asked for by the promoters of the line and city councils will probably grant the extension without ques tion as the line is desired by citi zens in general ASK FOR TIME S P Light solicitor for the new company ifappdared before Select council at the regular meeting on Moiiusy evening and there presented the proposition He said that every effort is beingmade io finance the scheme The time set by the fran chise given by councils last year to begin work was nine months and that period will elapse early in July The line was also to have been com pleted within eighteen months after the granting of the franchise and this period will be extended to twentyfour months If Hie enter prise cannot be launched within the tme isked for the attempt will probably be given up SPECIAL In order to pass the time ex tension ordinance before the old franchise becomes invalidated coun cils will have to hold special meet ings Select will hold a special meeting on Thursday evening of this week and both branches will meet in special session on Monday evening next Xew Haven luuit Presi dent Tuft Mrs Taft and Miss lleleu Tuft will be present tomorrow when young Hubert Tuft the presidents Soli receives his diploma at the Vale commencement exercises The events of Vales two hundred and ninth commencement begun yes terday which was undergraduate day At the luncheon which pened the Law school commencement Lame Munson of Willluuispuit who re cently refused lue liemocratic iwml nation for governor of the state was uue of the speakers In the honors of the senior class young Taft was given the highest standing tor Uiu four veins YOUNG PEOPLE AIMT MERCHANTS TO MEET First Mission iy of Reformed riiuivh in United States Marly CIosiuK I Hie Sturcs Ix OisiiisseU The regular1 meet inc uf the Retail M Irotectho association will held this in the T A mums in the Mann building TOOK DINNER AT EAGLE FfiOM AUGUST 2 TO 8 ENTERTAINEDATCOLONIAL BURIED AT BRICKERVILLE Funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Steiner Occurred This Morning Funeral services over the body of the late Mrs Elizabeth Steiuer of this city were held this oiiOming at oclock at the home on Wal nut street in charge of Rev M 11 Stine pastor of Seventh Street Lutheran church and Rev Ira lVnstennacher pastor of St Mat thews Lutheran Mission Further services were held at Brickpvilic church where interment was made in the adjoining cemetery H Steiner was the undertaker Oscar Stauffers Hearing Postponed Oscar A Stauffcr of Palmyra who ran over Harry Dennis last Tuesday evening with an automo bile causing Dennis such injuries that he died the same night was to have been given a hearing before Aldenmau R L Miller this after neon but the matter was postponed owing to the desire of lawyers and others interested in the case to go to Harrisburg The hearing will be held Tuesday by consent of all parties concerned St Marks Juniors At Penryn Today Penryn Park is in the possession of nearly three hundred Juniors from St Marks Kefomed Sunday school today and the woods artre sounding to the happy shouts of the youngsters Were of lr and Mrs C H Wanner Mrs M I Hail of Williamsport and Mrs 1 U rmnlap of Myers town were guests of Or and Mrs C B vaguer of this city at I Lie Colonial hotel Prominent Speakers Will le in Attendance and De liver Addresses Gretna has been selected as the site for the first Young Peoples Missionary Conference of the Re formed church in the United Static to IK August 2 to S The yath erinK assemble a number of the leaders of this growing denomina tion PROMINENT SPEAKERS Among the speakers who have signified their intention to bepres ent are Prof Paul L Cerium of North Japan College Japan J Albert Beam M medlceil nuifsibnary from Rev Robert J Pil eram Carlisle Miss Laura S Bans man of Lancasler and Miss Edith S llahn of Allentowu DAILY PROGRAM The program includes classes in Mission study conference on mis sionary conditions institutes on missionary methods and illustrated addresses on mission fields The following schedule has been prepar ed a study classes in tr a institute a de votional season afternoon recrea tion p popular address nine Here tu Consult Attor ney K MrCiinly David iTinc i Newport ami S S Johnson of Harrishurt were quests today ill lluKule hotel They were in consultation with Former District Attorney 10 McCurdy who tuuli diiier with them Passed Away at Home of Cirantlson at Bethle heiu WAS 91 YEARS OF AGE And It in All Probabil ity Prove id be the Hottest BAR ASSOCIATION Will Hold Annual Meeting m Sal Attemuuii The annual mettinc of the Leba iion bar association has been called for Saturday afternoon June in room 4 court house Chief among matters to be given attention at that time will be the election of officers to serve for the ensuing year Entertained His Fellow Councilmen James E Fisher president of Common council who was recently married received flic felicitations of his councilmanic brethren at the regular meet ing uf councils on Mon day evening and by way of express ing his appreciation of the good wishes expressed the popular young legislator invited the members to the Railroad house where lie acted as host at an informal set out es THE COMMITTED The committee of arrangements is composed of Rev Robert J Pil gram chairman Carlisle 1 Albert Beam M Philadelphia Rev A S Brumer Philadelphia Miss Laura S Bausman Lancaster Prof Paul j L Oprhard Keiidai Japan Fdith S llahn Allentown Paul A Tlarrisuurg Rev AV K Lampe Ph Philadelphia John H Poorman of this city anu j Rev C H Frank Baltimore Md SOL ON JOB FOR SURE Ltsi Year tlie Tliermometei1 lietnsieied Despite he fact that today will have only twentyfour hours just likeany and all itlnr days of liie year it in known to weathermen as the longest day of Of thr twentyfour hours sixteen of them ait in daylight MAY BK HOTTIOST Besides heiliK tlie longest day of tho year it may aK prove tu lie the hottest From early morn Old Sol was on the job in the great shape and at 10 oclock who had to bo nut dooiK were swell eriiiK in heat which tho mercury way up in I he eithtiM WAK io On this date yejir the ther iiouiiivr and unless the thunder sloinin predicted for this rvsiun the atmosphre this afternoon the name registration iu looked for Ibis year One of JinFirst ic IMivsicians in Ainer TJnrJi one of tintirst homoeopathic phyalclans in Ameri ca whose venessbiu figure wan fa miliar in Bethlehem and Nazareth streets for many decades died Sat urday morning at tln ape of i 1 yearn and monlliH lit had a faint iiifr spell Friday afternoon In residence of his Kranduoii Or Hugo Hark at Bethlehem with whom he had made hlH home since lust June BORN IN GERMANY Or Hark was born in Nisky ennany of a well known family ind attended Hchool then1 Educa ted for the Moravian ministry ho changed to teaching He studied homoeopathy at Nazareth under Or hull one of the very earliest prac In is iiihool of medicine ind hlmneir practiced In Plilladel phia ami Nazareth for many years Or Hark married Louisa riute daughter of Dr and Mrs Bute He lived in retirement for a quarter of a century at Lancaster for a irre then IH KOD Dr 1 Max Hark at Moravian Beth lehem nnd finally Or Hugo Hark THOSE WHO SURVIVE The survivors are four sons Or J Max Hark of this city Otto B Harli of Bethlehem Herman O Hark of Glcndale eight grand children and one greatgrandchild MARGARET ILLINGTON Actress to Return to Forsaken Footlights Again PAVEMENTS ON SEVENTH STi SUNDAY AT NORRSSTOWN DECREE IN DIVORCE lilks iuests of Rev and Mrs Mr and Mrs Ceorge Krall and John JL Will with his daughter of this city sptut Sunday with Rev and Mrs II K Hoddvr at Norristown Rev Uodder who was formerly pastor of the First reformed church here is now in of Trinity church Nurristown and is rcpuiteU to meeting great success having among other things a choir of thirtytwo unur direction of Prof Willard S Camiv bell ON WAY TO CONVENTION Made Iy in the Ilinkl DM ore e Suii Judge Henry has mad a decnc it by CatheriiKI Ilinklf Isaac 1 Hinkle H J Schonls rep resented tlh1 I any Of Politicians Siup in ify A jarty of nine Ihiliulelpiiia publiran pulitiiians thrDiinh tliiv ciy tftJay riite IM IMIII where they attend statf i the trip in touring cars and lor at the Kucle hir1 HIGHWAY COMMITTKK ILACK THIS MORNING e AiljustinK Lines and Grades Since Hie I Dr T Kiefer of the councilmanic highway Lommit tee presided over a meeting of that body St Seventh and Willow streets this morning There is considerable j trouble in adjuntins lines and grades i at that point since the laying r j the sewer and filling of the street and property owners are now layI ing their require new lines i H is that iiw pavements will be laid from Cumberland street j to the creek in a few weeks it j considerable portion of the walks j having already been laid j BORAH ON CONSERVATION Opposes Withholding Western Powar Sites From Use WasbinKKii June we wuiu is u sane practical conservation policy nut r regulation permitting the development of our mitunil resources iu iuiufditiHe with the natural laws uf progress and In dustrial So asserted Senator In a speech in the Semite Appearing as tin1 champion of the west he excliiim ed It would be a iiiMKnlllcent scheme Indeed to compel I he whulu great west VISITED CAMP SITE KOR Assistant Charies S Havard went t Ilarrisburs this af trriuion to attend the Rtpublican state convention tnlivrrow The Hamburg Steak you ret at U 12c pouad In the party were 1 O Mm P Licher Joseph C A Baidi jr C C A Bidi F J Knoll iu I ni One Duliars quick buyer Call li Eighth Slrtfct V M C A Couuiuttee Uaior HCIUSC DIIIII lost levelling The Campers Committee met at the V M C A last eunini and j were taken in Walter L Henrys1 automobile to the Water House about U oclock i made with the thj farm for the purchase of I of etc j lrllj i At a reaHonabb rate they alo i jjirse of wlilih you I Snifed h privilege uf usiiiK th r I uf h farm wlierc d it yuiir free v Ill ladies will do flic ookiiiK Tor Mr It wan t tit i an Th was vlulatinti r ei y uf the cui j looked er ami tu ar from ideal spot for a He the nntural The hl re J If Rodl Robert C Webber land Dean D Smith Hcie It3ry New York June lUlug ton tho former actiess who when sha divorced Duulul Fryhmuo and became the wife of Edward J Bowes declardU Hiu WHH nuMorraal and that she craved for sock darning domesticity and children has suddenly decided that daruluK socles U not what It Is cracked up to be and an no children havu teiti born of the second union she will become an actress again The announcement was made that llllngton would open In Denver In AUKtist and pluy an extended tour Edward Blltiner It In said will be the producer of the play aa well as bo IliiiiKtonN mnnajter Aston Boys Pay Penalty for Mtirrieriug Aged Alfred Hallman PARDON WAS REFUSED DEATH CALLS MRS STRACK FKOM KKFKcrr OK BTKOKE AGK 78 YKARH VIWTIXO WKII SISTKK Owen Wanner of Reading m upendini Hie day here the guent 10laUra of Cumberland MfH Is ii her way home from State college where her non Roy uanner graduated with honors last week HWd Away Hume of Daughter Mrs Morifa Jtfttk WEDDED TODAY AT CATAWJSSA DAVIS AM MISS SAKAII KOHIJ TIIJK MTV NuplifllK Ucnr inistnnmnlcil in Trinity Jjiitlieian Cliinrli J II Kanill O At high noon today Miss Sarah Kohiand Roland Iavin of this city were united in marriage In St Johns livangelical Lutheran church Jalawiito by the Rev J Ift Saudi the pastor The cortinony was strictly private Rev Kandt was formeriy of Trinity Kv Lutheran ctmrch this city of vvliich thebride Is a mem ber and it was her wish to be mar ried her former panlor Mr UavlH and Miss Kolir left al I oclock niorning for OulawiHsu county and iinmtdlately upon arrivlni there to the church where he ceiemony performed They wenthe jjueHtH of Itv and Mrs Kandt al 1iiich Mrs Elizabeth Btrack neo Wal horn of Nacjtown Jaekeou town dlilp dlel on Monday morning at oclock at the home of her daughter Mrs MorrlH Rtttle from the effects of a stroke agud 78 yearn Nine weeks ago deceased Buf fered a Htroko from the effcctg of which aim never fully recovered Sho was born In Rehrernburg UerkB county and wan a member of the TiilpuhiKlieu Reformed chujch Shu IB uurvlved by two SOIIH John II Htrack of thin city Jacob C of Nacetowu two daugn tejH MIB Morris Rittlo of Nnce town Mrw John Klnsinger of Jack sonville north of Myerslown and two nliiUMH Mrs Lavlna Hpansler of Millbach and Mrs John Salain of Her husband preceded her In deiith twentyfour yeara afjo The death of Mrs Strack was the third to occur hltico flrel of tilt year in the Rittle home Miss Ma mie Rlltle having died in February and Morris Rittle expiring In April Slieriff Jolm Bollman of This Oity Witnessed Execution The application of Walter W ton and Benjamin Alton for caBk uiutatlon before tho of Par dons WBR reflined on this morning at Uancantet both frtra hailed for murder Utiiart who some time Bruhted the two men renplU dined to Issue another PARDON REFUSED Tint Aatons were counlni ta4 they convicted In April at Lancautor of tho charue of raurt erlng Alfred HalLman of Lancaster oovmtyj fused a new trial and thdr tppwl ected hy the Supremo court Bw tenco was then Imposed and May II Bet for their execution A was granted so that CAM mlfftt ho conelderod by the hoard plea was nwde for Benjamin Aitoft that he was not In the house Whm Walter Aston shot Haiiman And he was drunk For Walter Ajtou a petition was pretented and the plea made that bo had put him self In the bauds of the wealth at trial Dlitrtct At torney JolniBoli objected to plication for commutation claiming that tho men had Bone io roi that the murder was RBSPJTB The argument wai unard bf brother of one of the tram and the refusal of the loftrd to uiend commutation the Mid ho appeared before hwiH with the lawyers and asktd pleading the shortness of Governor refuicd to with the sentence of the court ShcrllT John A ed the double execution SHEEIDAN Mr and Mrs Davis will impend ten days on a tourof the Kantem prior tu rctuiiiiiK home to or tlieir newly furnished home at 1 Oi 1U North Fourth ntnt The briiiIH a daughter uf Mr and MrH Kdwnrd K Kohr of lm North Fourth The hridc criioni employed UK bookkeeper at tlie Bun Ton Bjiii are popular with a wide circle of friends widi them iiiiicr Served at Koine of Inline Hheridan Juno IS Mr and Mrs Isaac White Herved a wedding dinner Jn honor of tnelr daushter Clara who wnu married to A I1 YouU In attendance wure Mr and Milton Detterlne arriaKe to tie Rulatjil is of 1 d j North Fourth ariI riis Rna JKiilir danirhtpr of H Koiir i luf North of i hi1 Iity f farm of A li is a res at nld at r H of firiner Jiunt rr tu William ion aiid icr Mtry L Jos of Lebanon county Good Kodak Weather Get one at HARPELS Satiuiel Mr and Mrs Wallace Mr and Mrs James Mr and Mrs John Struhin ind Minn llattlo Ueldler Mr and Mrs were the reclplentu uf a number of gifts Mrs Atlantic City and Dr und Mrs Fogeluian are gutrsts of Mn K R and laughter The eniployceB of the Berkshire I Iron WorkB received their wages for May Ait finmlnafiofi lie Postmas tershlp of Kherldai will be held Sat j iiniay July at Richland Tho i poiltion durinc the past yar 1 H Lcbo visitd frinijH In Kead Adam Filbert Lebanon Minn Ixih Harrisliurg Were i if A C Klopps family i WilliK Flory and Markley i of HaiiRor are vlnitlni Leroy and returned t iiiuiii in York after a shurt i to Mies Ludivli j S II returned i from a to nlativeH and friendit I iu Bclletoiitfc and A CORRECTION 1 AH io IleptUel Sent to Kwn Office When i was shown the siiectaen sent to the office of Lebanon Dully News I told ttfr of that progreBBive infnator of News that it oom monly nailed a hair snake and wiM SUPPOSED by many to ft hoiHu hair that had become This I said was not true In fact If to the closely addled to earth wormi and kcchcH It Is a dinunct ot animal life being reproduetd by eggs Being an Invertebrate It eta not belong to the reptlHa It it found in inolst and wet For fuller Information i porter to the State Zoologist Prof H A Surface at HarrUburij GEORGE DIED OF MARASMUS Hon of Mr and WU Uam Kiofer HttBsell son of Mr and Wil liam 1 Klefer of 421 North Ser enth Btreet this morning ot marossnuB The parents and ilx brothers and Bisters survive HERE ON FURLOUGH JWnhartl of Idaho Mother Peter Heinhard of the United States battleship wag Sunday on a furlough mother on North Fifth CLOSING HU8INESS For oale a lot of Casings washboards naflh door brackets glue nallfl gcrewg lumber Itunber wagons spring wagons harnew acd lot of other planing mill materlali AnHignees of Fox and Graeff KKAlfTY TRANSFERS John H Kmbicb to FeltT I property on North Teeth Btreei ihU city Consideration Asnes K Landls to Monroe R Landis onehalf in property In KIchlaud Consldratioa Ruehls   

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