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   Gazette And Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 19, 1912, Williamsport, Pennsylvania                               lication. contained in the "str :Afr Kitcfeitf _ v THE WEATHER Eastern weather with_ probably and' much change in temperature. Light variable winds.. Western Pennsylvania: unsettled weather with probable local showers Tuesday; light variable winds. HORRORS OF THE C1URK1SH (HIAKI ARiAPPAUlNG United States Cunboat Kept Away By Stench of'Decom- Bodies. ULLAGES IN DEAD BY THOUSANDS of Catajirophe Stun- TEN PAGES. 1911 STATE'S THIRD BEST YEAR FOR COAL WILLIAMSPORT, PA., MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1912. Fayette County In the Mine Chief Urges Relief for Killed Miners' .Dr Press. Aug. Pennsylva- nia's production of bituminous'' coal In 1911 was the third highest of.any year in ijhfl industry, according' to the ah- report of James E. Roderick, -of mines, just- made public. The .onriage amounted to neit against- last year. while the total -of miners employed county had the Westmoreland. and Allegheny gurvivers ned By Their fortunes. is- Aug. ,nV Ktory of suffering and damage the recent earthquake In about 'the Sea ol Marmora id by the members of the expe- cuion dispatched August tte trkken'.district on. board the trnlt- states gunboat Scorpion, guardship _.lhe iiilcm 1Cje' (-ornoll Tarlw, second pecretary Embassy, -rt K-Wils -fpun.d impossible to approach snera! villages on account- of the tMinrs .-irislng trom the huumu bodies Urlr-d among the Other vll were .simply heaps (K'brisi. The- iillpht -of the survive; rendutil vyofsejfen account ficnity of obtaining MildliL EaiilKiuafess continue almost at miu.v places along coast ai.iM _.__H _ --.-yeBterflw' ilghest .production, county being second Chief Roderick states that the op- eration of the bituminous mine code which went into effect last year was very but he declares that the prices received -by the operators for their product was unsatisfactory, due' to unrestricted production. were 110 prosecutions tor violation of mine laws, including one superinten derit foremen.'. Mention Is made of the necessity of instructing -foreigners in danger sig nals and safety-devices and" a .systen of compensation for families of Tclllet Is urged. COLORMNE DRAWN MONGUWYF.RS Admission of Negroes "To, Be Is sue at Bar Association Am'oc'sf.cd-PresB. QuestW oeeu whether colored attorneys shall be ad ThVdif mltted .to. the American Bat asspcia LUC UAI i rt CONGRESS'CLOSE MAY BE REACHED DURING MOTOR Rider W President's- Attitude Towards gills Will Probably Deter- __. mine Exact Date, HIS VETOES THUS FAR SUSTAINED Panama Canal Bill Before Other .Measures Await Action. 8, 18._lmp6rtant Jefllslatlon that must be acted on be fore Congress adjourns stands' today bfll; befogs the Six the President.... The Legislative, Executive and dicta! appropriation WU, approved by the House and now before with provision aboflshlng the Com m The Naval sundry efvHI, and Arm; appropriation bills, In conference be tween the two Houses.. The ..General Deficiency approprla tlon blflrbefore the Senate Comm.itte on appropriations. _ The Indian appropriation bill, con ference report pending. In the-Senate, Fnrf Expected This Week. While adjournment is expected week', the date .Is generally concede to depend .upon tlfg-Presldent s att tude toward the Panama canal bill _________ Legislative, Executive, Judk tion will to cjai .apprpprlatlon the annual meeting of the organtza- HIs veto of' the latter tion next week, at Milwaukee. t' IHe :the as-i soelathlu "tonignf made punlic clal report. regarding the :electlon of of'three negroes, which rescinded. -This report Swimmer and UnconscWus Ashore. AWAY S FROM PIER Difficulty By its rider creanTing-iwith a runaway motor ran'a't speed the full ength-of-A toot-mnni- cipal pier af' Stapletoff, Stolen Island, oday and" then' plunged overboard With him. _ Henry .HenkJeJVtIte motor cyclist who let-go as thVmschlne sank, seiz-- a passing launch who had pluhgedlif after him and the two straggled-'for, a? few minutes he- lore the rescuer Henkler's hold wifa Win to. the launch. HenUIer was when tak- en on board, but will -recover. He'had reached pier at racing gait .and was unable to .check-, his machine. SEMINARY'S NEW PRESIDENT WAS ATTINESTREET Preachtd -4ri F.xcelleht Sermon Thereat Last Even- ing's Service. RRV. J. WATilSON IN MORNING A'ag. l9'.-Nathenial Drones, Bostons; actor, who IMPORTANT1 BUSINESS WILL CLAIM COUNCIL' ATTENTION Told How Moses Chose to Bear Affliction With His People. Two "Targe- congregations heard splendid- sermons at Pine fttreet M. E. church yesterday morning and evening. The ereached by Rev J. Maffl son Some of the Matters Which Will be Them at this Even- Ing.'B When councils meet in regular ses- sion-this evening they will have much important legislation before them. At the last- session of Common council Mr. Winters give he ex- pec'tcd a- report "from the potTce com- mittee, on the Blatter of police courts; the wire Inspection ordinance whicn H-as back to. Mr. Rhone's discovery of his "Joker, js dlie to be heard the city-digest recommitted at last session 6 OUt. The'bill for pivlng Fourth street. Cemetery street--and Brie avenue is in progress, the bill for. the One Two Cents, CREON B. FARR PASSED AWAY LAST EVENING Ui JVU.VB. In his' day-was known throughout the! well toown In this city nere today, aged 741 home is now in the west, Ttht-R .ae years. Aug; Albanian in- surgents, the correspon- dent ojt the Dally at Con- stantinople, are- -not 5 toly 'complete masters at ttetaip-Ant they have decid- ed to march on Saloijlkl, and a detach- ment of ,300 rebelSiataisady has occu- pied the Los" Aug. District Attorney today reiterated his intention to' brine to trial on a second -Iridlctment- Clarence, evening address Rev. B. C, Conner, D. president; -of seminary. the delivered by the- new Dickinson appro- paved Baldwin street sewer and the priation' for the of streets. f Resolutions which may come out 01 committee include filling Mary street, pufchasing a pump for the highway department, a bridge qver McClures run and -grading Flexer street In Select council an ordinance wui be reported. jnaUing an appropriation r___. -_'i_ of for a combination motor Mr.- Stlffler took for his text the twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth, verses of the eleventh chapter of Hebrews: "By faiOJSuoses, -when he was come to years, refused to ijs called the son of pflaroah's daughter, choosing rath> er to-suffer affliction with the peeplfl of God than the of Bin-for Tlls.._speaker bore particularly .on the latter part of chemickl and hose truck, and the pur- chase of a motor police patrol wa> gon- one for tne purchase of .one making an ap- flre alarm telegraph wires, and one appropriating -for a concrete culvert over Fox Hollow run, on Doye street the text, that .Moses did guilty yester-1 bear the affliction and choose to to suffer week: was based .upon! abolishment the .vote of prospective seven-year consist of empty; 'the Interior having eoUapseo. meet- pte8ented at the i ,a as a basis for action. ThtsTfluestlan -first -became proml- Ar Myrlophl "oi tlic crust--a number standing otT-Ae dotiB iata'ct, but immediately Jn the -nw -scarcely a rBtickNjr a stone was upright. Kumeroire fissures ,were oh" the ground, but great thouch the villagers reported cleft nearly 200 feet .deep had opened In a hillside' eight-miles Inland. The people thrtHighbut the district br thn rntas- trophi> and 'made no alterant brooding over the_'ar -rival (if relief- nuttfy'-wlifen- the-executl ve: committee "reconsidered1' its actloii la 'electing to- membership William-' It .a United States .assistant at- __ _______ J ance of the material tacts.' The facts were was a negro. Later" discovered that Butler H. Wilson and. William- R. Morris, of Minnesota, had been elected members misapprehension, the their .cases were the same as thatrorLewfe. la Its'" report declines to recede' frtinV the 'stand thus takeni the Status of these in Ser- seveu-yctu vice and the House has again-risked the veto by pwislng-.the; the Commerce court provlslon-li -The-Senate-will detertolne. early In the whether It will endorse, thfe ife in Stand-So Far. Thus 'far Congress has .not succeed- a unnea omico jn overriding any of the torney .general, on the: ground thaF denfs-Tetdes-rand it lanot considered such action haitoeen taken "In Ignor- ao- VnMf'a likely that -either prpprlatldn bill or the Panama Canal Dill repassed by-a-two-thirds- t vote If vetoed. this week. The sundry Civil appropriation bill In which the appropriation of for the Tariff board is atiis- aucv-is approaching settlement in the Conference -Committee. tbx but lnf! t n as cand --r-..- threemen as canidates member- The "Red Crescent 'Society, and the -gnjaing unimpaired and submits in -gnjng Grwlt plillanthroplc EOCleties-are doing situation to the association. i ...--I- tn A T. -4.-, __ MnMVI ft. rr.-.l in thn the Red frppppiit having- .dispatched iuiBfatons to tlio jffltor-loF to, assist the sujereffa. Measures or Relief. :_ Turkish' Alpm hair been converted Jntq a hos- shin and off the coast. KTlie- American jnedlcal aft-_ IT trrtit'lflR 3'dO "-patients: and flndinp that Us work bverlapplnK that of nthor 'missions, .handed ov.er 'its sup- piles and medical, stores to "the vail of.Adrianople. who Is- flnperlntending thp ,work -on tne scene.- _ The American .Red Gross society continues to dispatch supplies to the si! tfi-rers and the', foreign' .colonies purpose' to collect subscriptions i he patronage of 'their respec- whffcS -the wo .Houses, but about fifty have ;been an. agreement -on, those ected Attorney and our hours-. One of His Last Rest. BODY Witt BE TAKEM TO flOGA FOR BURIAL Member of All the Masonic "Bodies" and the Ross Club. .Creon" B. Farr, one-of the -best known lumbermen of this section aud 'one-'of the ften who was active In lumbering when tjae industry, here was at -its height, died last night at o'clock at his home. No. 882 .West Fourth street, following an.illness of ten days. Kad- been -In poor health for BeJreral but his ill- been serious until less IS Hi m. than two weeks ago.: He ually .until last night. grad- The deceased Is survived by his wife, two Qulnn W; Farr and Lowell. Farr. both of Seattle, and two Abraham Farr. of Tlpga, county.' -and. Oscar Farr, also of SjeattleT The funeral arrangements Lave inot as yet been completed, but 'members of the family stated last jiight that will be taken to Tloga--for Born In Vermont. gJ tte headquarters the.war niaae only a, called war WHS ircai of to influence instead of to gtf through life on a bed Lockwood, a of roses and help onev t iv t '3Se called attention to the fact that __ it i's_easy to choos% the.easy life, but men! that It takes courage to renounce ttrs .property 'pleasures of -the world; true fby Bands of dollars theiresult of ji ter rifle rain storm stn.rfc late continuoualy foV-1 'P received today here of, the- Mexl- nearlng Colonlav 65 miles ._ it.. southron the bpr SU-atford, -li Ereat body lot-'-. National Guardsmen k.-- REWARD FOR CAPTURE OF HORSETHIEF IS-TRlPLEtf Flfiy Dollars "Added, by Who Form a Horse Protective -Not theTsligh test, trace of the thief. Creon B, Farr, son of. who'-drove few days Adeline j (Putnam) Farr, was a horse an'd buggy belonging .to born February 22. 1846. 'at Windham, '-i and sd; "James X. Askey, liveryman, has been and 41 which Mr. Askey offered, .been raised by lilmself-and the Charles Harman, and Windham county. Vt.- In 1863- he the- i-eal and tie were- strongly _ br, Conner Preaches. Conner -used for his text tte sixteenth the third xhapter letter to" .you, according'to inner strength' I ened by His Spirit in fir. Conner :_spoke on phases of this text, mention- ttig. anxie- NavalxBI" Agreement. The House asked the sham came seriate to-cortpromlse the nayal tight L----- _ n-Iinf. basis, and an todaj- ship flr'sr was denied him and on tue uavai bi'-l U ex personal the 4.700 J. Other situation 4n the "French 'teoo'BB for the moment are practically jaefenslve vemlifl'g arrival of reinforcements which are leaving. Toulqn anj Marseilles dally. socially 'the strengthening -vith and be latter .evard .is' alone for :the capmre-of the thief. 'Furtnetmore, the liveryinen have formed themselves into a norse pro- tectibn'-associatlon, agreeing that when. a -hcfrse belonging to ;enet of thr livery stables hained Is stolen, will'give tlO-for the capture of-the no. I mip-lit thft need of. the Holy the riches of God's glory. said we do not need- to personal of the; organization. The attorney general declared that Lewis was le- gally elected and that the Committee had: no .right .Co its original Fair and For First of Week The Regular will not take much time for comple- tion: The Senate will take up .the slWear presidential term resolution. the bill of lading measure and the bureau ol labor blu tbla week 'All legTsintion aside from to be laid aside "Tlie patriarchate con- an' appeal- for aid to of Canterbury. 1 FR Jy f Tails. Aug. i BERLIN und "Audemars, .1 SV.ISP airman who 'madexa' number of nsconsioris in the today from Issy, five I'scnuhweat of Paris on'ajlight tovBer- lln. HP is competing for a prizoxof- ifrpii for the longest distance cov-, cred by an aeroplane" Jn one ;day. t Tin- ncwspapew state that a group or sportsmen have.posted -a -pr.lze of payable to the first aviator who tiles from Paris to Berlin. CARDINALS REGRET POFTTUGAU'S ATTACKS ON CATHOLICS ,_r week jwlii_be one of moderately high emperatures In the southern states and gangly Aver the middle west ecordtng to a-bulletin from the We.atr.- r Bureau. In the northern states snd west of the Rocky, Mountains tempera urea will be hear the e during the week" the bulletin says llgfit nd local oyer southern half of the -np- Lisbon, Aug. The patrlnrch of Lisbon Is giving marked publicity to fi-message .he has hearing -the signa- tures of Cardinal FarleyvotvNew York arid Cardinal O'ConnelU. of [Boston, In which- they regret the' persistent at tarlia directed toward Catholics in Portugal and hope for the speedy re turn of liberty of conscience. Important Telegraph. Close of Congress Expected This Week., NesalRulea to Revolutionize Fed- eral Court Equity Practice. Heavy Rain, Hall and Wind Dam- age and Flood 1n Luzerne County. President Tatt-and- Cabinet. Give ah Hour to Discussion of Canal Bill. BanksrOver Country To TV Receive Sub- scriptions Toward Campaign Ex- 'Penees. South American Women Give Block of Pure Silver To Titanic Memorial.- Aug, coming tion bills however, in thXdesire to complete the session by Thwsday, or.-at least by the e.nd of the WOMEN.GIVE TO Washington 0 TITANIC WtEMOf X." Aug. MO RIAL s-oirv- risible'by; the power of the Holy Spirit said the speaker, .mid t is the office of Spirit thin power. Dr. Asliton, 111.', Aug. quarrel over pr. our desires, the .custody o "omethins. Mrt' enrthMlni toWjg: immedjately and the tblet.will be un- able to LIGHTNING "RW Ot ALMOND STRFETSHOP DLxOn what he had -done, arid waited h ward an hour till the Bhertff oiTlved. Hold Fast to Faith. The Place of faith in salvation -was e Louisville, andlher thlnpr forcefully brought out enth' aniiuarconvention of the Amorl- r_ Connor 13- tho faith faculty ,s enth' aniiual convention can Catholic soc.teties was opened here 'today by solemn 'pontifical af the ca- thedral'of "the by tiia Ex- cellency the Most? Reyerend Oiovan- Bonzanb. Tvyenty-five ountry and generally above the mil in the northern The next to cross the country wiU the northwest Tuesday. west about Thursday and the eastern states Friday ot Sat- rdaaT There are no indications at UmeX a disturbance in .he West Indies" of Boliva, South America, fied their intention of manner to the project be- "ing carried forward by women of the United States to perpetuate- the Hero- ism Of ths Jiieiv wno perished In 11.6 Titanic disaster.'NThroueh American Minister Knbwles, .the. wSJin r, the far away republic from the" ,a_ block, virgin silver, expressing the hope that it may find a placle in the arch which the Women's National Titanic Me- morial committee proposes to erect. The gift of God Md added it there is anything 'that Qirtattan people ought to guard -and hold as s vivid Is their fatth... He.-impressed on bis hearers" the need of a vivid present n) I faith for-a personal present salvation. commmunlcants and -church officers Hj gald lt is impossibl'e to maintain Splintered Building'____.. BuCJOId. Not _ it on F.lfe.__ During the storm that passed over this before C- o'clock yes- terday -morning the lightening struck the'butcher shop of Charles A. Sny- Aor "i Almond street.- fte lightning struck- the-ronf and., then. rafter through the Bhop and came out the side of the building. The rafter and the side of the bulldtns-were-badiy stroke was n ono which- prevented the 'bu from taking flre. WRITINGS BY AND-ABOUT IN-tIBRARY ICarTFInd Something. No MaWfr' What Your newcs May Be. The lives writings ot four he was, employed, by A. P- operateu both, a mill and a store.-. He thereila-yJear nnd_then jw_eht ___ tj Tloga. worked with hla I860, and .then went to to work for fieddlUKton, -Maxwell nard in a general Store..' After e.-year at Troy he formed a with T.'A. "Wickham, xtba. firm being known it Parr. -Mr. Parr subsequently dissolved the.: partnership, and Joined. JC.._B Tovell in the tannery "business. _. -gout Ueetenla In .1885 he engaged in the timber and bark business in Tioga cotinty; selling'' logs and shippinK lumber anc Farlt to ITT he. witi. others, purchased what was Itnown aa the Bankard lali.Ja, uli Tluo In ,1891s he superintended the !tlon jyf the Tiadaughton and Fahnas- talk railroad. _n.ow 'called the Leetohia raiirbad, -buH't "for the purpose Of Hie- Viprk'to Brpok railroad. thift business ill braved ah intensely hot and sultry af-. ternfton. to inarch for tour hours In an imposing parade. i Tribute to Asked by s tlon of the quiet heroism of a clan whose life was a sacrifice to the dlsesso he lone had fought to eradi- cate Senator Meyers, of Montana, has bill to pay an the widow of Dr. who died here'last Quakes Recorded At Georgetown Qy WasWngton. Aug. 18.' Pronounced earth shocks, at a distance of about Indianapolis, liHt.'Aue. or Thomas R. Marshall win oe oflftlul-. ly Is the choice of the Democratic party for vice president of. the United antes at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon ana ls expected.to bring one of the most notable gath- elnss Democratc ever in Indianap- olis', t THREE CHILDREN DIE WHEN HOME IS BURNED Dog Accloentiilly Upsets Table With Burned Try- ing td Save Little Ones. AUK. the 1200 miles, were recorded by seismografih afTreorgetown university tndav. beginning at p. m. and uStar-BIA The disturbance, is not believed to have been wnicn a jjieverei probably occurred United States. ARIZONA TbWN SEVERELY within By _ _ James respec- tively 'six' monttav two and four years, were burned to? death early today when the. TaylobPhtome was set. afire which waa an. lamp. The narents seHously attempting to rescue "the the huge'St. Vto .was to By Of Rocky Mountain" spotted fever. Dr. McCllntick was connected with the public healtb and marine hpspHal service and so successful had been his service ana so__ ,n QUAKE New Mexico, Aug. 18. Accordinc to'a dispatch received this evening" WllHams. Ariz.. 400 .miles west of here, was severely shaken by an earthquake afternoon. CONSECRATED AS. CUIN BISHOP (OF PANAMA doctor's death. to Ocean Grove and Return pla "The Reading" August. 23rd. Tick- ets good fo'r 11 days. Why Wear Ready-Made'Clothing? Suits to order up. Losue Bros. _T t _ death while from the fiassfes burted in children were afternoon. faith, however; without the'aid.of the 'people about thetr own Christ as a per- sonal Saviour. He said many; people holdinrChri.it UP to the Btandard which he once occupied In TleftTts and lives and we must uc watchful dillgeAt and .hold our- selves honestly to our faith Don't excuse yourself and take it too easily, but feith for and for t-he-other persor, y company wltt the Spirit Mr. Farr operated in sprine of 1893, when orpanlzed a cpm'panr.' the. TThion -Tanning company, tho above- lan'ds' and- CSme to wiuia.m'sport, T Tn '.VJjfhist.' to Uninsporf. He tha business- of the company, which Corporation had ac- quired all the and lumber of the Union, Eik arid' -Penn .tannins companies. Mr. Farr was the presi- dent of the. company .until ;.Tune, 1903, "when, the property was sold to tha Centra! Pennsylvania .Lumber corn i pahy, bf which he .became, m tli In Deoemlipr, 1870. he mart Amelta at Tlosa. hy whom illC 11 candidates for the presidency-are or two gons born, .I-oweii partlcular interest at this time. On ton nml Qutncy WclUnKtcra Fan. the shelves of the .lames V7 BrbWn 11- politically Mr. Fnrr was a Repuhlic.in Vary are .two volumes by or about, Hnd )n faith was an -William" Taft, five volumes Paj5nn and a vestryman .of chiirch. ihls city. Kpi sco- about Woodrow Wilson, one Eu- nnpU He then naked .each one to this questio'n, "Have I more nnp fjith for the Balvation of others than to' have, or am 1 falling off and growing cold .-The Love of Christ. The 'last -part of the address was devoted to tW.love of Christ. Speak- ing of this love_nr. Connor said It should prow continually.; that He wanM our love and if -He has our love Ie has everything. sneaker said, "You cannot, maintain. faHh or love without the Hcrt.y Spirit. The supreme, -in fhrtatlan. serv- STEAMER A, B. ASHORE 18.-The steamer ice is a supreme love for JM us ChTjsi Whether or not you can do much X I you hearts warm for Jesiis Christ. And one thing more, Wo need a closer Spirit. We are sure to rail ir have constant followshll HP is the one to V. Debs, 17 of Theodore Wsevelt, all of which' may be bor- rowed for -.home reading. TRATE'S TWELFTH REGIMENT BAND MAKES A BIG HIT Bisoest Sunday Crowd of Season Hears a Splendid Concert at Indian Park. Th> blpgest Sunday crowd of the He was a member of Tree unil Accepted Masons at Tloua. and Adinoris'ina Council No. 20, R. and S. M. Lycominc; Chapter No. 222; Baldwin-II Common- No. 22, KniRhta Templar: ami Wiiliamsport Consistory, and- _.. Howard Temp'" of this'city.. Fivrr was a prominent memher of'the Ross flub 'and the Young Men's-Republican club. STORM WAS 'HEAVY. thunder shower which ...IP! J season journeyed to Indian park yes- tnls city yesterday morrlnff wns terday and listened to two -delightful heavy while It lasted. The of5- coneerts by- Trate's Twelfth Regiment I cjaj register showed that .44 Of an band The selections wei-e good and inch of Water fell In the brief were' splendidly performed by. compe- tent musicians who were compelled to wsn ".Panama, Aug. of Costa 'was conse crated today as bishop of. Panama. The oeremouj -was pcrformoa by Bishop Stork of Cosa Rica. rANTANEDA NAMED OF FINANCE appolnt- ment of Dr. Flavio A. as minister of finance was- announcea to- early today. She is restin'g ewWly'-6n an even keel and heri a cargo_ of j nntl to to." RAIN, HAlTANO WIND PAMAGE CROPS BADLY tent musicians respond to encorce after encore. The band tnnde a most decided hit with the big crowd: ATTENDING CONVENTION. George German-, assistant sujier- Intendent of WLldwood has gone to_MUwaukee, whcro_he will at- ten'd the. annual convention'of the As-. Bociation of American Cemetery Su- 'perintendents. More than 250 dele- pntes will The conven-, tlon 'will have numernus social fea- tures as wplt of iropor- tant' business matters. j PROHIBITIONISTS COMING. The State Executive committee of the Prohibition party will meet In the FlKleRraff-hotel Thursday morninp r.t 10'30 o'clock. Plans pleted for a moving plfturf..show_ln Y M C. A. buiidlng, for wnlcrt Dn. -C.' Hnntlngton will distribute ttte Bmall'ets good for 1B ar LOCAL WEATHER RECORD. As Reported by the Official Observer. The local weather record for AJ- Ktist 18, 1912, as reported by tne offi- cial observer at the City hall: Maximum temperature ....81 decree4 Minimum tempera.tnre uegrcos Preciptratton: .'44 -Condition: Partly cloudy. _ Winds: Northwest. River at. S a. m, (ristupi....'......l.i Important Local j Creon B..Farr Passed Away Last j evening. I New President of Dickinson Seminary Preached at Pine Street. -Newberry Man Seriously Burned Tannery. The Big Sewer Ie Now Crcsalnn "VlTird Street. Important Business Before Coun- cils Tonight. Lightning Struck Building On Ainiond Street Morning. Mvss Martha Thatcher To B-s j Operated Upon Todiy. r Trate'. .Band Made Hit al Park. ot. tel i'-U 'I? -11 toidma Court i SffSl EWSPAPER iNEWSPAPERl   

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