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Warren Evening Press (Newspaper) - December 19, 1900, Warren, Pennsylvania VOL. 25. NO. 91. WARREN, PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1 900. PRICE TWO CENTS. WARREN, Have the most complete Sine of Miscellaneous Books, Gift Books, AH the Late Books, Stationary and Writing Materials, Games and Toys, Baskets and Bird Cages, Leather and China Goods, Framed Pictured and Picture Frames, Fine Confectionery, Catholic Prayer Books, Magazines end Perodicals. Our stock of Books comprises all kinds In various styles of bindings, ranging from the cheapest to the most expensive. Prices are 5c and upward. You get your money's worth whether you buy the cheapest or the most expensive. The Pictures that we display comprise some very fine works of art and we sell them at prices that will surprise you. Come in and take a look at them. This store is the headquarters for everything in the Holiday line. Every purchaser becomes a satisfied and a regular customer. It pays to trade at Davis'. Come in and see. Remember the name and place. A, A, D AVIS 308 Second Street, Warren, Penn'a. A SCHOOL FOR HOLIDAY BUYERS It is a complete education for Christmas shoppers to see our fine display of Holiday Goods. Whatever ynur wants may be, we can meet them with beautiful and appropriate selections. Our new store is filled to the limit with suitable gifts ior yoiing or old. This Season is the Gift Maker's Great Opportunity The presents were never nicer and never before so cheap. Toys, Dollsv-Books and Novelties. Fancy Goods, Sterling anclEbonoid Goods, Handkerchiefs, Perf umery, Fancy Goods and Notions in large variety, The Field for Selection is the Widest The Prices are the Lowest Kennett Richardson, Roger's Block, Warren. Pa. 1 Diamoiitis, M6H6S, jeweirul I Sterling Silver and Plated Wares. If l ijf jt; II To see the largest and most Varied Stock in Warren, If you should call on m i ,1 Morck Kirberger who, besides carrying the regular lines In large varieties, have many exclusive designs not shown elsewhere, which you should see before making your holiday purchase. AH articles bought here will be engraved free of charge, while waiting. Call early and avoid the unavoidable rush of this prosperous year. Store Open Evenings. Respectfully ANOTHER DAY Among the Instructors of the County SPECIAL MEETING Were Held Most of Yesterday Afternoon. COMPLETES WORK Before the Dr. Chalfant and Miss Patridge Talk. (Continued from yesterday. TUESDAY MORNING. Some Necessary Fundamental Concepts in Geography was discussed by. Prof. L, F. Chalfant. In the introduction to geography the first thing to be considered is the reason for giving time to the subject. The first thought that ought' to' be in' the mind, of the conscientious teacher is how shall the subject be taught so as to be, of use to the pupil? What claim has geography upon the pupil's mind? Should .be answered by the subject itself. Over an old Greek school house was written "know thyself" but geography says "know the world. First, consider the things upon, the .face of the earth in the order of plant and animal. Why is man. more than all? Because he is the thinking animal. In Ohio, green fields of corn stretch for miles. Why not in Wan-en county? Because it. is too hilly. Teach the boys and girls that land surface, time and energy determines the different industries in different sections of the country. Following Prof. Chalfant's talk, Miss Patridge resumed her discussion of "Plans of Nature Study. Books are extremely necessary, but the place for the book is in the hands of the teacher, except in the' advanced grammar grades. In order to teach nature study well, the teacher must have supplementary books. Lead the children to learn the significant things. In order to set the children to looking for what they ought to look for, the teacher must go to books. The teacher needs to know BO. much that they should go to books, especially the works -of the poets. At the conclusion of Miss tddge's talk the superintendent clared the institute' adjourned 1 :30 p. m. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. At 1 :30 Supt. Gunning called Fadetill the Hunters CASH DRY GOODS STORE. Bell Phone No. 202. For Christmas Week 1 900. The greatest display of the best Stock of Dry Goods in War. ren. We are absolutely selling goods at closer margin than any other house, our stock is as large if not larger. We spepialy invite all stran gers to feel at home at our store Bargain week in Dress Goods Bargain week in Table Linens Handkerchief Bargains all the week. Bibbons, an unlimited Stocl at Bargain prices. Bargains in Gloves and Cor sets. Bargains In Umbrellas. Petticoats 98c, worth Petticoats .95, worth Pillow Tops, special Lots AGENTS SAMPLES. .Muslin Underwear, Ladies and Children. Bargain week in Blankets am Quilts. Bargain week in Lace Cur tains. Bargain week in Poitiers. THE EVENTS What the News is and Where to Find it, FIRST; PAGE. Another Day with the Institute The Ship Subsidy Mark Hanna up in An Aged Fanners [Juck. Other Happenings by Wire Pointers to Purchasers. SECOND" PAGE, Distance and Dancing.-'-StendaricJ )il Marches on. StoneharH Stol'ieS Youngsville Daily Budget of News. Simple Peters Column, Old Christmas Customs and: Get Rich Quick iondefns Discussed Bellvue Nurses Jnder Arrest Charged With Cruelty, 'hinese. Situation. Industrial THIRDPAGB. Plea by; Atityr Gen'1. Briggs on Sfcaus of New Possessions. Steamer Alpha Wrecked on Van Opuvers Work of Hay'auncef ote. Treaty Still Under Other Telegraphic News. FOURTH PAGE..: Local Brevities. Personal Menrion. Forest County Case Tried Beore Judge Lihdsey. Other 'Local Jappehiugs and Business Locals. Stock and Oil Markets. SUBSIDY BILL Is the Chief of Mark Hanna's Troubles at Present 6REAT EFFORTS Are Being Made to Get the Bill Through Senate. WARNED istitute to order and called upon rof Parker to lead the institute in inging. Three selections from the ong book, "Gleams of Sunshine" ere sung. The singing is improving ittu each .session. Miss Marjorie recited "Kentucky Philosphy" in a pleasing manner. Dr. Bible took up the subject of Nature Study" and treated the nstitue as a olass out upon an. exursion to the and fields. He iscussed five. American moths ecropia, polypheme, prbmothea, una and lo. The polypheme feeds pon the cherry and sometimes upon ie peach tree, _ the luna upon the walnut. A nice .way to make a colleo.on is to have a. box with four glass .des in which to put the :ohrysails. he transition that takes place from ae larva to a butterfly is wonderful. eachers should lead children to ppreciate the beauties of nature; ie beauties of a sunset and the eauties of the fleecy clouds. The doctor discussed moths, butter-' ies and spiders, with the aid of laokboard illustrations, in a very iter sting manner. Dr. Bible is a lorough lover of nature "in her isible forms" and to him "she peaks a various language." Hebeeves that the way to study birds is ot to study .the stuffed ut to go out and mingle with the ving sonsters. Do not kill offi the irds that make the world so much ritgher with their songa. The rown tailed hawk that kills an 06asional chicken renders the farmer great service by ridding the fields f mice. There are a hundred other irds considered as enemies by many farmer, that are really his friends. Miss Leah .Grouse delighted everyody by her excellent rendering of "Whistling Solo.'" At 2 :80 the institute divided into afferent sections and repaired to heir respective rooms for special iVork. SPECIAL SESSIONS. The principals of the county held n interesting session in room 15, igh school bulding. Aliene Miller ecited. Prof. C. S. Knapp, of Grand alley, read an able paper on "Denite Aims. Profs. Robinson, Tayor, Sutton and Morrison discussed the ubject in a general manner. Prof, Sutton, the popular Garland eacher, presides at the meetings of tie principal's. PRIMARY TEACHERS. The primary teachers met in the ligh school building. The exercises onsisted of chorus by pupils of iliss Trantum's school; the reading >f a carefully prepared paper on Nature Study" by [Margaret M. 'orter, a teacher in 'the primary dejartment of the Gladerun schools; a, fine talk on "Field Work in Nature tudy" by Rebecca Davis; a recitaion by Benj. Taylor and an address in "Nature Study for Little Folks >y Prof. Bible. The leader of this ieotion-is Mrs. Hawkins, of Warren. INTERMEDIATE. The teachers of the intermediate grades held a profitable session, beng entertained and instructed by adies from the Warren High school. .Miss Delaney and .Prof. Bible, MIXED SCHOOLS. Teachers of mixed shcools, under ;he leadership of W. H. Kennedy, tiad a pleasant time at" their... meeting. The persons who took part in this meeting -were Misses Nettie Creal anc Grrace Schnur, who sang, Bertha Fogless, Geo. Johnston and Misi Patridge. WEDNESDAY MORNING, When the hour of nine o'clock cami round this morning the teachers wen in their places, The prbmptnesi with which the members of the in stitute appear at the opening of th various sessions is most commendable Supt, Gunning rapped the convention to order and called Prof. Parker for ward to lead the singing. After the singing of several songs by the in stitute, Rev. Irey invoked the divin blessing upon the work of -the in stitute. Supt. Gunning annonncec that a pocket book containing som money had been, lost somewhere ii the vicinity of the court house, alsi a watch somewhere on the1 streets Mr, Gunning further announced tha it would please him very much the teachers of the county collect whatever Indian relics an other antiquities theyrco'uld and plac them in the geological collection o the Warren High school, to be hel in trust for the county schools, Dr. Bible came to the front and re oeived a warni welcome. "Pedagpg ical Suggestions" was his theme; We :haye better schools, bette teachers and better methods .than we had 20-; :years ago. Unless eftc1 and every i teacher is interested in hi he; is Snot fteacherV That They Will Imperial Their Election by Opposing Measure (Publishers Press Dispatch.) Washington, Dec. 19, Gen. MaoArthur wires the war department ...of the. death: in of Capt. Montomery D. Parker, of the Eighth tafariuy, U.. S. by dysentery. Senator Hanna is preparing to dis card his velvet glove and produce a mailed. fist to force through his pet neasure, the shipping subsidy bill. Sy the time for reassembling after ;he holidays he expects to have matiers in such shape for his future course that this special legislation will 36 entirely easy. If. his expectations 'ail; Hauna proposes to serve notice io-its obstrnctors that they continue. iheir antagonism at the peril of their Hanna and Frye sent out to ship owners, to instruct .them to "get iogether" and .unite their interests to support the measure. In consequence of the warning number of meetings have, been hastily leld in the interested centers: The 'epbrts received indicate much pro gress. in the direction of harmonizing ;he interests to support the. measure. A similar plan is to be forwardeJ :o the house when it goes. 'back to ;hat body for the concurrence with ihe senate amendments. The, gen eral belief is that Hanna will win out ind secure the president's signature before the fourth of March. ANOTHER PLOT To Murder President McKinley Has Been Discovered. Press Dispatch.) Washinton, President [cKinley has been warned of another lot agaisnt his life. This conspiracy, the informers are be .believed, is most extensive hatched in recent ears. Not only the death of the resident is contemplated, but Booseelt, Hanna and Depew are also to ie. The details have been laid he ore the president by> Chief of Police ylvester and President McFarltind, i the district commission, l The lleged meeting place of the gang is eing watched closely and at the firsl nove by the supposed conspirators, ley are to be gathered in. One of ie two men who [laid bare the as been taken into the confidence f the gang and attends their meetngs. The other sees members daily ut is not suspected by them. The nf ormers say the plot has been atching for several weeks and that eetings were held in a printer's fflce near Twelfth and F streets, leader of the gang is a desperado amed 'Walker, who it is believed was mixed up in the Haymarket iots in Chicago. Another is named )eerham, who comes :from New Means. The informers say, the gang iave in sight if 'they 'kill the (resident and lesser amounts if they ake the lives of the others named. AGED FARMER'S LUCK. Creighton Wandell of Penfield Heir to (Special .Dispatch to the Press.) DuBois, Pa., Dec. 19. Creighton Wandrell, a farmer, aged about 70 years, living Penfield, has nnexictedly fallen heir to Sandrell had an uncle who ran away Irom home in at the age of 13. le became a'sailbr and later a ship owner and accumulated a fortune 01 He died in New York n 1893, leaving his millions to' three jrothers-and his nephew. Creighton Wandrell. .For ..seven, 'years an attorney of' Albany, N. T. has -been advertising: and searching for Wand rail's heirs.. They were discovered a few days ago and will come into immediate possession of the fortune INDEFINITELY POSTPONED. No in Thanksgiving Service Honor of Lord Roberts' Return. (Special Dispatch to-the Presa.j London, Dec. 19. The contemplated Thanksgiving, service at St. Paul" cathedral in connection with the re torn; of Lord Roberts from' Sou tl Africa, has been: abandoned owing as the government announces, to it being considered desirable to def e again thanksgiving untilthe close the operations in South Africa. The program now is for Lord Rob erts to debark in the Sblent, to visi the Queen at Qshorne house Jan. to re-embark and to finally land a Southampton, coming from tha point to tendon. The best time Jof your life if yo Oil fail to visit he Jity Crockery Store. .ia.i7.4t WANTED-S-Table-boafders at Pointers lorjPurGliasers. The Cass Lake waitress who routec a bunch of Chippewa squaws by throwing hardboiled eggs at them ha vindicated her sex in respect to aim ing. A few hints of what to give for Christmas gifts when selecting from Magee Eichenberg's stock: Pins. Purses. Brooches. Brushes, Mirrors. JPowder jars. ''Manicure sets. Military brushes. Sterling silver goods. And hundreds of other things that are sure to delight the heart. Forty dozen embroierered initial landkerchief s special at five cents at Hatton a on Penn 'a Avenue. Fresh holly at G. A. O. Co. A New York man stole his sweetleart's bicycle and refused to .return t until she promised to marry him. make the story more dramatic, soth of the parties are deaf mutes. fhe groom does not seem to be by the knowledge that the bride oves her bicycle more than she loves him. All books at the Art Store. Beautiful, bright and sparkling Dhristms tree trimmings at Kennett Richardson's. Nuts and raisins for Christmas dinner. Let "us supply you. Berger Hall. Souvenir spoons of Warren fl.60 t Magee Eichenberg's. The trouble the Princess Maria de as Mercedes has had in getting permission, .to marry her sweetheart ught to convince any American girl bat there are serious drawbacks to oyalty. The shoe of fashion, ease and style the Queen Quality sold by Eberhart fc Miller. Wesson cooking oil at Bogart's and s only 25 cents; try it The G. A. C. Co. are using one arrel of sugar every day so you are ure to get fresh goods when you buy n their store. The newest and swellest things in ationary are to be found at the store f T. L. Peck, the East Side jeweler. Pipes, cigars and fine tobaccos all nd'a ready sale if exposed for sale at he store of Maybank Jaynes. All kinds of cameras at reduced prices this week at Co. That salmon can in which was ound a diamond has the turkey nd sausage that produced. gems some ays ago beaten to a standstill. Riwa Stevens have some fine mixed nuts for Christmas trade. Ohildrens combination blackboards nd desk at at Hattons big Store n the Bast. Side. The Palace of the King" t the Art Store. Boeschlin's cigars and the smoke rom them never scent up the curains. Imitation is the sincerest flattery nd we are not flatterers the finest f articles in the jewelry line at Magee Eichenberg's. Pumpkin we will furnish inredients you do the rest. Berger Hall. Cnrtze's G. A. R. coffee, superior tended, only 19 At Bogart's. Toys in greatest variety. Kennett Richardson's big store. The place to select a gentleman's is at Maybank The young Book of Manchester says hat Englishmen marry American girls imply for love, but can he prove it? Choice nuts and figs at the Jreek American Confectionery store.There are some swell things on tenuett Richardson's novelty lounter. Give them a' call, they are inre to please. A good tobacco makes pipe smoking ait enjoyment Boeschlin handles the argest and choicest pipe tobacco in city. A box of opera own make would make a fine present for lubby. Eben best, edition at the Art Store. See the amateur photo albums and other novelties at Greene Photo Co. Bon bons for the bonny lass at the A, C. Co. _ China cups and saucers, plates etc; at Hattons. Pocket books, card cases and purses are to be found at Peck's on the East Side. A six story undertaking establish ment, the largest in the world, has been opened in Philadelphia. No other town would be wild with en thusiasm over such an event. Fine candies to please everyone at Stevens. Crystallized cherries and pine apples, glacecitron, lemon and orange peel and all dainties that go to make up the Christmas pudding at Berger Hall's. A full line of pipes in the best ol briars and meerschams at Boeschlin's Frames and mouldings 'in all the latest syles, amateur supplies an< photo materials of all kinds can be had of the Green Photo Co. The G. A. C. Co. make candy a 18 cents per pound packed in boxe al 20; cents. Cut glass sparkling and handsom is to be found in great display, at T L. Peck's. Kennett Richardson have a fin line of china dishes with prices t< suit every one, something new ant something fine is this china ware. Eberhart Miller have one of th choicest lines of winter fooweair eve offered to fee people of Warren and the prices are always sure to be' right The only line of gold -filed photc jewelry is to be found at the Green PhotO 0.0: China. fired at the Aft store "ever, aay'this; weefe The kiln It is beginning to look as if the Su] tan 'of Turkey; ia 'air; way it collect' a England Store Open Every Evening Until After Christmas JustHeceived Another Line of Bath Robes. Nothing More Accepible for Xmas i Gift Than a BATH ROBE or House Coat. We Show a Full Line. Special Boys Coat, Pants and Vest Suits, Ages, 9 to 16 Years, Our Grade, Special Price Make a Nice Xmas Gift for Your Boy; P Rl N T Z, THE SATISFACTORY STORE. Christmas Shopping is Here in Earnest Shelves, Counters and Tables fairly overflowing with handsome, useful holiday suggestions. Our regular lines of staple goods have been largely increased, making this store as It is now one of the most important in this city. The Greatest Holiday Sale of Dress Goods Silk and Wool Dress Patterns newestdesigns just received, elegant luster. Actual value fine quality Silk and Wool Dress length, beautiful d esigns with latest effects. Actual value 7 beautiful d esigns and colors Dress Patterns In 811k and wool material, elegant weave. Actual value The Greatest Holiday Sale of Fine Rugs colors. quality Moquette size pretty designs and Worth OR Worth fine grade Moquette Rugs, sze 3x6, new patterns and effects. 1 O I 5f worth extra quality Wilton Rugs, Steer 3x6, elegant designs. These articles mentioned will always make a useful Xmas Gift Come and select early.
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