Bloomsburg Columbian in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
3 Feb 1910

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3 Feb 1910

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Bloomsburg Columbian (Newspaper) - February 3, 1910, Bloomsburg, PennsylvaniaVol 44.rloomsbvrg, pa., thursday fiu<1<uai<y a into. , Ben Greet coming. The English actor and his company have been secured at the Normal. An excellent treat. La to Fessor o. H. Rake less Lias completed arrangements for the coming of the Ren Greet company of Vinglish players to the Normal school during the first week in april. This will he a literary treat which Bloomsburg i to Idunate in having. As we have stated before this company is the Best known producer of shake Perean plays in this country and England. That they have played under the auspices of nearly every prominent College and University in the United states is evidence of their ability. They interpret the dramas of the Bard of Avon from the original versions presenting them in the style of the Early English theatre without change of scenery thus giving a literary value to their work. Their specially is out of doors plays in the summer time and Many a College Campus bus witnessed these a performances. It is probable that a matinee and an evening a a performance will be Given. Three Hundred seats have la Cen reserved at Otic Dollar and All but eighty of these have been already eur ganged. The rest of the House will be sold at fifty cents a seat. The company deserves a crowded House and such an Early demand for tickets indicates that it i 11 play to capacity. Poultry men pleased. The poultry show of the Bloomsburg poultry Pigeon and la it Stock association held in the Midway last week was n Success in every Way. The exhibit was Large and Well arranged and the Birds made up the finest collection Ever brought together in the county. The Public generally enjoyed it and the members of the association were More than satisfied. The out of town exhibitors were greatly pleased with the care taken of their Stock Here and with the promptness of their return. Many letters expressing gratification have been received. Financially the show was a Success not that there will be much of a surplus but that there will be no deficit which is highly in that it was the first attempt of this kind in town. A a a lecture by judge Hinckley. The members of the Christian Endeavor of St. Matthew s lutheran Church have secured the services of hon. H. M. Hinckley of Danville fora lecture in the Church on Friday evening the subject of Bis discourse is judge Hinckley has a High reputation As a Public speaker both As a lawyer and a Layman and the Church should be filie 1 to Bear hit. No admission will be charged hut a Silver collection will be taken. Leg broken in upset. John r. Plaitt of near Ridge bad the misfortune of being thrown from a Sleigh on sunday and having his left leg broken above lire ankle. His son John f. Splain of town was with him and was likewise thrown out but escaped injury. The Botre was set by or. Or incr. Recent deaths. Pittker Balov. Peter Haldy formerly of Danville but for some years past residing at St. Paul minn., died at the sanitarium at Wernersville i�?Ta., last week thursday. The deceased was a son of the late Peter Haldy of Danville and his activity and cuter Jisc for a generation or More were factors that contributed largely to Danville s growth and Prosperity. He was a resident of that Borough up to about Twenty seven years ago when lit removed to St. Paul. Minnesota where he resided until his death lie was n Man of Enterprise. It is largely through his exertion and personal sacrifice that Danville Lias that magnificent specimen of architecture Christ memorial Church. He was a Fine musician a Man of generous disposition. Who without ostentation did Many charitable acts. Had or. Baldy survived until next april he would have been eighty years of age. He is survived by his widow four sons Frederick an instructor in n school near Boston Arthur of new York City and Milton and John who reside in Colorado also by two daughters misses Sal Licand Mary who reside at the parental Home. The deceased is also survived by a brother the Rev. Hurley Baldy of my. Airy and two Sisters mrs. Mary c. Arc cough of Sui Bury and mrs. Charles Matthews of Plainfield n. J. Or. Baldy was for Many years the leading merchant of Danville. At one time he owned the opera House. He was a prominent Episcopalian and was known throughout the diocese. The remains were taken to Danville on saturday and the was held on sunday afternoon at 3 o clock. During life or. Baldy had frequently expressed the wish not Only that his funeral might take place from Christ memorial Church but also that his body might repose within its Walls on the last night preceding burial. In compliance with his wish therefore the body. Saturday afternoon was conveyed directly from the station to Christ Church where it remained until the funeral. Matthew Lawton. Mathew Lawton of Iola died on monday morning at the Joseph rat i Hospital a victim of tubercular prot otitis. It will be remembered that or. Lawton figured in an Accident a Little Over a week ago. When he and or. Everett of Millville were driving to Bloomsburg to go to the Hospital the Sleigh upsetting and or. Lawton quieting the horses. He was thirty years old and is survived by his wife and two children. Mrs. William Kramer. Paralysis caused the death of mrs. William Kramer at her Home at fourth and Iron streets at two o clock on tuesday morning. For a week following the Shock she was almost constantly unconscious the paralysis entering in her head. She had been in ill health for about six weeks. Mrs. Kramer was the granddaughter of Ludwig Oyer the founder of Bloomsburg her Maiden name Sciug e Izabell welliver the daughter of John and Anna welliver of Jersey town. She was born june s. 1845. Her husband survives her. And two Brothers Jerry of Mcew us Ville and spa ides of Bloomsburg. Funeral services were held this afternoon at 1 of clock with services from her late residence. When you want to Oden a Bank account have a Check cashed borrow Money or make an investment Call on the old reliable the Farmers National Bank of Bloomsburg capital 800.000 surplus 6100,000 j m. Otto Verng . M. Mill Kisky Cari Iier. Directors j. L. Mover n. V. Penk c. M. Crk Velino c. A. Alkim w. L. White c. W. I Nyon or. J. J. Brown m. Milleisen 3 per cent. Interest paid on time deposits. I i it nov y a Security multiplied a Hundredfold stands guardian at the Hank. Ulm Lorr. To duty of a Bank Dirci tar require 1 that he know positively that the affairs of the Are be t rely managed. A Cral Security Here is a matter of Public knowledge. We offer you the highest Security and 3 per Centon time deposits be National Bank Bloomsburg Penna a fraternal visit. members of Royal Ana Ntim attend installation in Danville. Montgomery Council. No. 962, Royal Arcanum of Danville held a banquet tuesday evening at which a delegation of Bloomsburg Brethren were present. It was the occasion of the annual installation. The Bloomsburg delegation was accompanied by i Rof. O. E. Wilbur. District Deputy grand Regent who installed the officers. Those in the party members of Bloomsburg Council no. 957. Were As follows Fred b. Hart tan in Rof. Of if. Jenkins prof. C. I. Albert w. H. Brooke d w. Campbell j. Saltier a Richardson and j. L. Wolvert ii. After the installation the members withdrew to Tohn Jacobs where a banquet was served. A o a buy s Eye injured. James the youngest son of or. And mrs Edward it. Tustin suffered the misfortune of injuring Bis eve last sunday to such an extent that the preservation of its sight is doubtful. He was at his Home playing with some toy soldiers when something flew in his Eye. The exact cause is not known. The eve gave him some pain but caused Little worry. On monday however get grew worse and drs. Brown and John were called. After Examina-1 nation they advised an immediate visit to a specialist As the condition was extremely serious. Accordingly mrs. Tustin left with her son monday afternoon for new York where an attempt was made to save the boys sight. The result has not yet been Learned. Mean thieves. Many pens stolen Pivont the writing desks in the Post Ohio. Mrs. Reber going to Europe mrs. Elizabeth Reber of West fifth Street left to Damp a for new York where she joined the Rev. 1. E. Patterson and daughter and other friends who Are going on an extended trip to the holy land and Points of interest in Europe. The party will Stop at the Madeira islands and Spain and than s ail through the Mediterranean sea making stops at Athens and Jerusalem. From the latter place u number of excursions will be taken to Points of interest in the holy Laud. From Jerusalem they will return through the Mediterranean Willi stops at Cairo Rome and Florence and other Points. They will then go to Paris and London and from there will return to the United states. Power Plant closed. The Power Plant at Grovania installed in connection with the Danville and Bloomsburg electric railway and which has been a feature of the place for some six years past was closed Down monday Aud the employees transferred to Bloomsburg where they were Given employment. The closing of the Power House at Gro Vunia which is permanent is the result of the merger of the Danville and Bloomsburg line into the system of the Columbia Light Power and railways company. Grovania is anxious to have an Industry started in the building. For the convenience of the Public there Are standing desks in the Post office where writing May lie done by those who choose to do it. These stands Are equipped with pens and Ink and blotters and the conveniences arc very much appreciated As there is scarcely a time in tin Day that they arc not in use. But As usual there Are some who do not appreciate them and who by their abuse May cause tire in a of the convenience to the Public. In other words there Are seme thieves who Are stealing the pens almost daily and this has been going on for some time postmaster Brown has put up a card offering a Reward of five dollars for the capture of tire pen thieves. A watch is being kept not Only by the employees of the Post office but by a number of others As Well and the persons who Are engaged in this Petty thievery had better look a Little out or they May get into trouble As postmaster Brown is determined to break up the practice. A deserved compliment. For Many years Guy Jacoby Esq. Has filled the office of Justice of the peace in the town of Bloomsburg. His Legal ability and his judicial temperament have so Well fitted him for the performance of his magisterial duties that the mini Stratioti of Iris office has been eminently satisfactory a fact which is evidenced by Bis re election term after term. At the recent caucuses of both the democratic and Republican parties he was unanimously re Nomi sated a compliment but was Well deserved. Will open a bakery. Harry Rinker proprietor of the Quot Crystal Palace Quot is going to install a bakery in the rear of his store. An addition 18x20 feet will be erected on the rear of the building and the old partition torn Cut and a Glass partition Pul in thus giving the patrons of the Quot Crystal Palace Quot a full View of the bake shop. It is or. Rinker s intention to be ready to serve the Public with bread etc., by March 1st. These ovens Are to be continuous Bakers and will turn out Over 1,500 loaves of bread every hour. A a minstrels a drawing card. The Columbia theatre was packed to the doors on monday evening when the al. Fields minstrels Heid the boards. Not a seat was left unsold and there was even some crowding in the aisles. About two Hundred were turned away from the Box office. The company was a Large one Aud gave a Good performance. A a Salesman gets medal. William d. Lentz seems to have the ability to sell biscuits As though they were hot . Among the fifteen Hundred salesmen of the National biscuit company he stands fourteenth in Point of sales. In recognition of this the company has presented him with u handsome Gold medal. X a town sends up to Date clothing stores the be very Hrry i 1yh by it a text a it hat to t not t x it now on 1 display in window. Townsend a Corner clothing store , a

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