Warren Evening Press, December 20, 1900

Warren Evening Press

December 20, 1900

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Warren Evening Press (Newspaper) - December 20, 1900, Warren, Pennsylvania ss. VOL. 25. NO. 92. WARREN, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1900. PRICE TWO Have the most complete Sane of MiscefSaneoos Books, Gift Books, All the Late Books, Stationary and Writing Materials, Games and Toys, Baskets and Bird Cages, Leather and China Goods, Framed Pictured and Fine Confectionery, Catholic Preyei Perodscals. Our stock of Books comprises all kinds Jn various styles of bindings, ranging from the cheapest to the most expensive. Prices are Sc and upward. You get your money's worth whether youbuy 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. t pays to trade at Davls'. Come in and see. Remember the name and place. A, DAV r 308 Second Street, Wen-en, Penn'a. It is a complete education for Christinas shoppers to see our fine display of Holiday Goods. Whatever your wants may be, we can meet them with beautiful and appropriate selections. Our new store is filled to the limit with suitable gifts for young or old, This Season 5s the Gift Maker's Great Opportunity The presents were never nicer arfd Toys, Dolls, Books and Novelties. never before so cheap. .toys, _uu-iiy, .DUUIVS cuiu j.-, Fancv Goods, Sterling and Ebouoid Goods, Handkerchiefs, Perfuniery, Fancy Goods and Notions iu ]arge variety. The Field for Selection is the Widest The Prices are the Lowest Kennelt Richardson, Roger's Block, Warren. Pa. it Diamonds, Jewem Sterling Silver and Plated Wares. It To see the largest and most Varied Stock in Warren, M you should call on isf: I Morck Hirberger Jfrt who, besides carrying the regular lines in large jsjjl varieties, have many exclusive designs not shown jwt where, which you should see before making your holi day purchase. Aii articles bought here will be 2? graved free of charge, whiSe waiting. Call early and ff: avoid the unavoidable rush of this prosperous year. ffl Store Open Evenings. If U Respectfully M 0 RC K K I R B E RG E JEWELERS. WARREN, PA. j DR. MURPH Aa Old Favorite Arrived This Morning AT THE INSTITUTE His First Talk on Practical Othog raphy. SISblONS INTERESTING From Many Standpoints and All Well Pleased. WEDNESDAY AFTEBNOON. Institute was to order by Supt. Gunning at the usual hour and Prof. Parker led the institute in singing several songs. Four little girls from the Jefferson street primary delighted the convention by giving a class recitation entitled "How we grow. While waiting the arrival of Dr. Murphy, the institute sang Don't Talk if you've Nothing to Say, and Nearer My God to Thee, The music under the direction of Prof. Parker, is one of. the .'.most prominent features of the institute and is doing much to keep up the interest of the teachers. Dr. Murphy, having failed to arrive Prof. Chalf ant .was substituted for the absent in structor. "The Law of the School" is the text announced by Prof. Ohalfant. some .things, he said are necessary for others are not noeessary, Garfield's ..ideal school was a log with Mark Hopkins and himself upon it. A teacher and a pupil is the fundamental element of a school A school boardis also director's province is -.to furnish desks and seats that are necessary for the pupils' comfort. "Light must be present in sufficient quantity. The director must see to the light. Anything that is for the efficiency of the school is the law of the school, room's should' be lighted from the back and left ofthe so that thelight does not strike the pupil's eye and so that the pupils right arm and shoulder does not shade the work. The teacher nmst be employed. In Indiana there is a law. that every district must provide a minimum term of six months. The trustee must see to that. The law of the school requires that a good teacher must be employed but law requires that a teacher may be employed1. It often occurs that a teacher may be empoyed for political reasons that may be school law but it is not the law of the school. The director who employs' a teacher to use him as Hunter's CASH DRY GOODS STORE. Bell Phone No. 202. tmas 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 specialy invite all strangers ;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 Stock at Bargain prices. Bargains in Gloves and Corsets. Bargains In Umbrellas, Petticoats 98c, worth Petticoats at 1 .95, worth Pillow Tops, special Lots, AGENTS SAMPLES. Muslin Underwear, Ladies and Children. Bargain week in Blankets anc [Quilts. Bargain week in Lace Curtains. Bargain week Jn Portjers, H H J'-U THE DAY'8 What the News is and Where to Find it, FIRST PAGE. Dr. Murphy Arrives at the. Outrages of Turks; Agains; Another 'New, Talked of at State Funds Tempt Bobbers. Ai'iris Extended to. Free to Purchasers. SECOND PAGE. Mr. Bryan's Salutatory and M. G. A. Notes Forinei Secretary pettirigill to Speak Here Pamona Grange Me_eting. Coming Advertised Letters P. oiriters'f or .Belleview 'Affair; Investigation Booz Case Testimony of Cadets. TH'IBD PAGE. Congressman Boutelle's Appointment as a Captain '..Authorized. Status of Island. Arguments Before upreme Court Speech ?y Kruger. Vanderbilt Wedding. FOUBTHPAGE. Meetings Tonight. Local Brevties. Personal Mention. Markets and Business Locals. i club to beat his' way to higher paiifiions is as surely robbing the pupil is the man who steals money. JudgeLindsey was next introduced, ie expressed himself as gladfto meet so many directors and teachers, nine years ago, the judge filled the jositipn now held by Supt. Grinning.. Ie wished that teachers; "would remain in the profession for a life time. Ie said; The great purpose of our >chool system is to prepare pur young >eople to.be good citizens and good members of the commonwealth. Ivery person is useful in society, our government is complex and we' all fill ome place in: society .and goverment. There is a growing disrespect for aw.. Visitors from foreign nations are shocked by the open violation .of aw, in the large cities. Not" long ago mob gathered and. burned ayoung man as cooly ag if they' were going about an ordinary affa.ir., Mob law is. a blot, a stain Instituiions .of this rlitv should be the luty.of the the pulpit and he press to these outrages. Another thingj'very hoiceable is the growing disregard of ithe sanctity of an oath is one the fundamental mainstays of the country. We, as Deople, are too free to exercise the ranohise as a right rather than as a diity. It is wrong for citizens to re-: main. at home aid not vote. It is fthe luty of every 'American citizen to ixercise his right .of elective fi'an-: ahise. q -Directors the of the schools so as to. help, n the blotting out of these evils. We must teach character. It is not iO much how you shall teach philsoophy or algebra as how you shall ;eacli character; To raise up .men who will revere the sanctity of law.. Our institutions had done nothing more than to give-ns the character of Washington they had done a greatness beyond, measure. Winthrop .said laying .the "oundaton of Washington's monument 'build it to the skes." as ;eachers .and directors, must come to the pupils. There is a legend of an angel taking a young man upon lofty height. They saw the world's >attle fields, they saw the rich oppressing the' poor, etc. The youth said, I have seen .too much, but the ingel took him higher where they saw the charities which are in our and they saw beams of kindness in ;he hearts of the people when they ;ot near enough. As teachers .get nearer the hearts of the children ;hey will be able to elevate them so is to become useful members of society. When directors find a teacher who can bring .out character, pay well for such a teacher. In the other affairs, when we .find a bookkeeper who suits us we pay for him. So the teacher who has the genius to de'elop character should be kept. ;-In an adjoining county recently the directors discussed the questions whether if salaries were raised twenty 3er cent, would the work be done rwenty per cent, better. The judge said he did not know what they did out he would raise the wages. The ;eaoher who can inspire the pupil to be a student, to be somebody, to do Iris part in the world is a genius. Pupils often look upon the as a tyrant. The teacher who can 'take their pupils and can breathe into theix minds a desire for intellectual improvement and ambition deserves the victor's crown. A the close of Judge Lindsey's address Miss Ethel McCray. entertained the audience with song. Intermission, "Pictures and Artists'.' manner whichevoked many complimentary remarks. The knowedge of artists exhibited by Mrs. McGlintock's pupils was remarkable and showed that only a teacher who has a love for the beautiful can inspire pupils to do such work as the children did before the teachers.. Willie Kelley reoitec arid Miss Partidge discussed 'Busy or Silent Work." THURSDAY MOBNHTG. Gunning called the insitute to order, at the usual hour. Bev. Me Donld-read from the twelfth chaptei of Corinthians. After singing by. the institute D. Murphy, of .the Slippery Bock Normal school came beforethe in stitute 'in response to, Supt. Gxin hing's' pleasant words welcoming the doctor back toWarren, Dr. Murph was one of the most popular 'instruc tors here last year and all week teach efs -have been inquiring about :vth( time when Murphy was expected "to begin, his work. Practical orthography; formed th subject of his talk. It is when w write_words that we can tell whethei we can spelLPenmanship has a grea ideal to Cy.o :with .'Spelling7' -other language' difiicUlSJto-: 'learn "tpiapell [.as puis there "are '.-'so (Publishers Press. Cable.) ..Vienna, Dec. 20. Fnrthr details )f the massacre of Christians in the Macedonia by the Mussulmans, have jeen .received from Salonia. Horrible outrages have been. committed. In the villageoi' Bituah, in northern Aljania, a horde ofMohammedans cruciied every Christian male' in the place, ixing them to trees with stakes driven through their hands und feet. Hany women were' outraged and all Were carried off to a Mohammedan larem. Children were chopped into jieces before their parents' eyes. At "rurna, south of Bituch, women were delated in the presence of their husmhd's. and fathers, -men were' terribly autilated, having their ears, toes, ingers and limbs cut off. Many chilIren were drowned.' At Sibertiz, the entire population was massacred after the victims' flesh lad been sliced off; at Banishka, ipnfires were male of twenty Chrisians. At Genevitza a priest of tfelukovics .died in a sack thrown nto the river. The ringleader of theMohammedans S Haicluk Islam, a fanatic, who boasts if having slaughtered 200 Giaours, infidels, with his own harids. -The lervian consul at Nittrovitiza esti mates the number of Christians killed ,t 470 men, 110 women and 430 chil.ren.. He places the number of Jhristian women outraged at 385. The Turkish authorities are indiflfernt to the outrages, although they we're committed within the Sultan's .omain. OUTRAGES Perpetrated by Turks Against Christians. CRUCIFIED On trees With Stakes Driven Through Their Hands and Feet. CHRISTIANS BU Rl ED Bonfires Made and Fed With Macedonian Believers. FIRE. in a Blaze in a Morning Fire. (Publisherg Press Dispatch.) Bradford, Dec. SO. Fire this mornng on Boylston street resulted in he death of Mrs. O'Keefe, aged a lelpless -invalid and her daughter, Mrs.' Hewitt, aged 50. Charles Hewitl was badly burned in endea coring to his grandmother. Four others if the family escaped uninjured. An. iverheated stove caused the fire. A GOOD WELL. D. Shear Gets One at Deer Lick Good for 25 to 30 Barrels. (Special Dispatch to the Press.) Sheffield, 30. Shear's new well No. 19 on lot 168, Deer Lick, las been put to pumping and ''or from 25 to 80 barrels per day. STATEJFUNDS Tempt Robbers Who try to Loot the Nebraska State Treasury. (Publishers Press Dispatch.) Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 20. An was made to rob the state treasury .at 2 o'clock this morning, shots were exchanged but the burg'.ars escaped. Blood hounds are now on their trail. Wanted All the .teachers to ji-ockery Store. visit the City 12 17 4t Ton will find it to your advantage id" go to Ladies Cash Emporium opposite City Hall for your Christmas handkerchiefs. A big stock awaiting your choosing. Mrs. S. --T. Sterling silver novelties from 23 cents up, at The City Crockery Store. 12174t BATTLE NOW ON. Gen. Clements With Reinforcements After Gen. Delary the Man Who Licked Him, (Publishers Press Cable.) Johannesburg, Dec. Heavy cannonading was. heard yesterday north of Krugersdorpf near Magalies burg, mountain, northeast o: here. It is believed that Gen. Ole ments again engaged .Gen. Delary who so severely, defeated aMagaliesburg on December 13th. Gen., Clemens has. .be.en strongly reinforced-. The Boers are very active between Johannesburg and Pretoria. OBITUARY. Mrs. August Rumehr. Mrs. August Rumohr, who died yesterday morning at her home in tforth Warren was aged 54 years. She. lad been ill for some time with a iomplication of dropsy and heart disease. She leaves besides her husband, wo sons and a daughter. The funeral Will be' held on Friday afterrnoon. ,t the house at 2 o'clock. The interment will be in Oakland. i" The best time of your life if you fail to visit he .City Crockery Store. 12 17. 4t Table boarders at Fourth street; "Mrs. H. Lorentzen1 i.' at Tlje 'City -Just risp'enfed.-aiio.l her of gentle mikes ;