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7 Jun 1913

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7 Jun 1913

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Clearfield Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1913, Clearfield, Pennsylvania The Clearfield Progress successor tothe Clearfield Herald volume Vii Clearfield Pennsylvania saturday june 7, 1913 number 7 Progress at the silk Mill will enforce new some at lie machinery now on the ground a s of Ole Margarine coloured Vel now in imitation of butter were made illegal thursday by the governors approval of the in Djey Senate Bill establishing a Standard for colors. The License fees and penalties remained unchanged. The terms of the act relative to color Are As Fol _ lows a for the purpose of this act Oleo hauling it to the Plant Margarine buttering or similar sub stance shall be deemed to look like. Be in resemblance or in imitation of de a in receiving lumber has re butter of a Shade of yellow when larded some of the work at the it has tint or Sirade containing More Plant painters will soon get than one and six tenths degrees of 3usy�?second largest Mill in the yellow or of yellow and re collect ively but with an excess of yellow Ole Margarine Law big dealings in real estate important Transfer to Philipsburg beef company $42,500 paid for property Dairy and food commissioner Foust said tonight that the act would state. Affairs Are taking on a More tangible shape at a he a talk Plush Mill on the West Side. Some of the machinery is now being hauled to tile building having been ordered at a time it was believed a tithe Mill would be e enforced a once. Re amp by to receive it. Delay Iii get Quot y to the Lumbre necessary to com pie probationers received tie Interior of the Balian. Has re a wet a de Church larded preparations somewhat and i the Meau Ime the machinery engine one $10, transaction in Clearfield and Many dickers in dirt in various parts of the county railroads figure in several deals. In the present week at Leas two Over red As measured in the terms of very in Ciortan re Al estate Transfer s the moribund tint Ometer scale or is were indicated by the deeds filet for Helen l. Told it a1 to John Milo land la Chester Hill. Konoid Erat Ion. If 175. John Milo to Catherine Milo. Land in Cheste Hill. Consideration. $800. . Aurand. Admi list amp tar. To an Nie Henderson land in Osceola Mills consideration $1,050. Georger. Bigler to Pittsburg and Susquehanna Railroad company. Land in Decatur township. Consideration $350. G. R. Bigler to Pittsburg and Susquehanna Railroad company land in Decatur township. Consideration $1, Christian Dungey to Cornelius Allen land in Dubois. Consideration $700. Thomas Ewing to Allie Vaugn Lane la Curwensville consideration. $1,100 Japan stands on treaty rights claims discrimination against Friendly Power. Note is not unfriendly. Judge of. C. Noyes. Resigned when he found $7,000 salary too Little to support his family. Record in the office of Regis or and recorder Reed. One of the properties transferred was that in which to e h. Amp c. Telephone company has its office on second Street. Miss Mary n John w. Wrigley makes big improvements Mcgaughey sold this property to Asbury w. Lee and John w. Wrigley for $10,000. John w. Wrigley has Beon making some very substantial improvements Aud about his property at Locust California act asserted to violate not Only treaty but amendment of constitutions Public interest unabated. Mass meetings of protest being arranged. Tokyo. June 7.-the rejoinder of Japan to the l pulled states no the on the subject of the California alien land ownership legislation reiterates that the land Bill passed by tin California legislature violates the spirit of the japanese american treaty by disc rim boating against a Friendly Power. It Points out that. Even of the question is of boilers and so on is arriving on Friday evening a reception was has been brought to Public notice in the railroads Aud must be take d at the West Side methodist Epis this county for some time was the Copal Church to those members who Transfer of lands Aud buildings on two Pai tres from Altoona Are at have been held on probation there the Clearfield Side of the Moshannon work Ait the Mill Aud in a Short time More than too of them there near Philipsburg from George b about twelve men will be started at this work and will be kept Busy in v�,tt7 pleasant evening was spent in or. Mock is the head of the concern tii he first of gust at least welcoming the new members and wit and still retains his interest Al the and front streets. Hot has built a Concrete combined curb and gut it on the Locust Street slide the an economic one it enters the Domain i he largest Deal in Rai Tesfa e that Urb Gutter being in one piece of International relations and there which gives a smooth Street gut tei fore becomes a political question for storm water flow and which will always be Cle n even on Tho very Flat grades of the Street. This curb was recommended by re the note says that the California land legislation violates article i of the japanese american treaty of Idu. Which authorizes subjects or citizens were about250persoiis present and a mock to tire plumps Burg beef co Borough in Kinder. And built by con thumb it in�?T>pnr�bl7 tractor Paul Ferguson and is an sex parts of real estate. A Ellen piece of work. The Street it also declares that the new Bill Vbk the resignation of judge Walter c. A a a t i Noyes of the United states District court ditch died. To Tea Constitution requiring for second Federal District comports a amp the Public knows or ought to flossing the exercises which had been company. The deed state that the Rouimi to follow up this improve Lutes the fourteenth amendment to the know there will be five big buildings planned for the occasion. The Fol consideration received for this prop intent by grading the Street. re two states Constitution requiring erected on Tho land owned by the lowing program was Given erty was $42,500. Title in a Large i one of rhe fun it so treet a he states to Grant equal profit Ion a a York. Connecticut and . I a a a a under its la jurisdiction. Silk Mill company each building let a Jug located in close the whole to form a sport of similarity to Bhe loiter e. Turned an its Back with the Middle Point removed the two outside buildings boing separated by a court. The immense stank about 125 feet Iii height is one of the most sub a it i a1 Al this part of the state and is admired by those citizens who take a tie trouble to mils it the Plant. When completed the Clearfield sulk id ii will be the second largest plaint if the kind in this state the one at Hazleton being the largest. Hundreds of persons will be employed in the Mil principally men who Are skilled in the e making of silk Plush. Sections in the town. Under its Laws to All persons within its has been accepted by the president or. W Rigle has ills a interest in the inn sense \ Quot a a a j a 7, i Meres i in me japanese a men can too Small for him properly to support his anthems choir. Tract of land known As a the Flats prayer pastor Rev. B. A. Salter and the Large building on the land Solo mass Charlotte in i. U now held by the beef company. W an 1 a by like a Concrete drive land owner Alp "cont5wey u bomb to Tel Way from the Doc list Street Side of de in Japan and continues to he the _ his lot to his House where a Parte Paramour topic of conversation Coe he re also add to the attractive a Niong ail classes. Several mass meet Ness of the residence. Judge Noyes in resigning wrote the president that the salary of it a a year dialogue a a secret a Theodore there is said to be Coal under an Bowes and Floraet a Laman. Solo miss Lillian Moore. Recitation miss Elizabeth stage. Solo Rev. Or. Salter. Refreshments of an excellent qual of this land. Other real estate transfers were George r. Mock to Philipsburg beef company land in Chester Hill Borough. Consideration $42,500. It were served in it the basement of read estate. The Church. The following perform Aldona lid Dick to Ralp Miller landed the duties of a reception com in Lawrence township. Consideration Mii tee Rev. B. A. Salter mrs. $650. Boyd Nichols r. C. Ogden and r. M. Haney. Hospital to be provided with own Exchange \ victims of cupid the h. Amp c. Telephone company has just received the Coo tract Foi. Installing an inter communicating Tel the following to triage licenses up hone Exchange in the Clearfield omm less one is. Have been issued from the Register Hospital and work of putting Al the Mal recorders office since ourt last apparatus will begin As soon As it report. Arrives Here. Franc seem a o. Of Helvetia and phones will be placed in the sup Maria Tanana of Tyler. Eri at in dents office the male Modi Homer f. Knarr of Troutville and Cal and surgical wards the female Twila Ding a of Beale. Medica Ward miss Derstine s apart Sherdian Smeal West Decatur and men the nurses apartment tile Hall Marie Lupton Philipsburg. Of the private Ward operating room Ottavio i veil to and Katherine Rab and Kitchen. Bai both of f pm Wood. David j. Deadly Kittanning an g Leister Falls Creek. Floyd Orrin Miller and Delta Gertrude s to Liger both of Mahaffey. John Richard Davis gear Harvile and Catherine r. Lehman. Philips Bur j. R. Winn and Eddy thie Black both of Winburne. This service will be of great convenience to the Public and the officials of the Hospital. Will have Concrete building. An Altoona firm has received the contract for the erection of a hand some let la store building for Brown Baird amp co., at Osceola 51 ills. To re e. R. Mong and m Abel i. Flick Piacz the Frame Structure which was both of Bellwood. Destroyed by fire on May 20 last. Francis Campbell Chest township Liis firm displays commendable in August Brenn to a Dora Liddick land in Lawrence township. Consideration $500. Isabella Peters to George w. Speck land in Clearfield. Consider to on $1,600. A. Bowman Weaver to sewer pipe company land in Clearfield. Consid Erat Ion $928.50. W. M. Boyce treasurer to county land in Lawrence township. Consideration $7.80. County Conn Ivis it toners to Elizabeth Straw land in Lawrence township. Consideration $10. W Illiam Boyce treasurer to Juliette Wall a and in Brady township con Aid t rat Ion $9.00. William Boyce treasurer to Ada Wall land in Greenwood township c o Sid e rat Ion $15. John e. Dubois to a. Jackson land in Dubois. Consideration $350. Thomas g. Light be r to Albert f. Swank land la Irvona. Consideration $800. John Langdon to James Gattinella land in Gulich township. Consideration $1,600. B. C. R. R amp n. Y. C. Amp h. Re co., to p. R. R. Co. Children s Day at first Churco Ings of protest Are being arranged. Tatsue Yamamoto minister of agriculture and Commerce in a statement declared that the japanese government was desirous of participating in the Panama Pacific exposition at Sun Francisco but owing to a Teplar feel lug on the californian land question it Felt obliged to wait in order to de Termine Public sentiment toward the a., n i a n a a exposition before proceeding further other religious services of the japanese government has postponed its reply to Secretary Bryan a proposed plan of International arbitration. Which it is understood. Is being favourably considered by thirteen nations. Print paper and the new Tariff Public interest tomorrow children a Day will be observed in the first presbyterian Church the following program having been prepared for the occasion program primary school. Song school. Welcome speech Edna Hartsoe Margaret. Buck. Song and speech be nor e Piper an class. Evelyn Dii Eling. Speech Helen Ward. Speech Kenneth Sehk Al lug. Dialogue by eight girls. Baptism of Chii me by pastor. Song school. Speech by Marlow Buchanan. Graduating exercises by Junior an primary scholars. Note read to Cabinet. Washington. June 7.�?the outline of Japan s latest note As contained in the Tokyo dispatches was received in Washington with the greatest interest by officials and Diplomatist. Then it the was read to the Cabinet at the regular meeting and sent Hack to the state de part meet to John Bassett Moore Counselor. The governments Foremost an Thornty on International Law. Diplomatist agreed generally thai the new Point referred to by president Wilson As opening the Field for a new and interesting negotiations was Japan s Contention that the anti alien land Law violated the fourteenth amendment to the Constitution. It was presentation of bibles by Superb , up a Quot of a a a the a a Tenden. John Norris opposes countervailing duty against Canada. Washington june 7.�?-seeking More Light on the print leaper question the Senate finance subcommittee which is considering the Wood pulp and paper schedule of the Underwood Tariff Bill conferred with John Norris of new York chairman of the committee on paper of the american newspaper publishers association. Print paper costing not More than 2uj cents a Pound was put on the free list in the Underwood Bill but representatives of the palier Manu Factor ers appearing before the Senate subcommittee urged a countervailing duty because of Canadian restrictions on pulp Wood. The subcommittee has not yet acted on that proposal. Senators Johnson of Maine Hoke Smith of Georgia and Hughes of new Jersey constitute the committee. Or. Norris is opposed to any countervailing duty on the ground that song school. Clause which declares that no state to Quot to Lre who h a Rel we Sun shall Quot deprive any person of life lib a a in let be Ltd up Quot the Canadian pro. Erty or property without due process faces has reacted against the Ameri next Simi Day the lutheran Metho of Law nor deny to any person within land in Bell dist and Baptist and e. J. Snyder. Westover. Walter r. Snell Richmond. Va., an i caste l. Snyder. Westover. S. J. Hang. Akron and Beryl. No not on Dubois. Paul r. Maurer Clearfield and Amelia be id Rich. Munson. Orazio Gorgon and Concetti Scog-3bone. Both of Osceola Mills. Alex Irvine bal Tenor and Mabel a Moon b. Neff Westover. P Ink j. Tre Rogney. Karthaus. N a i Vinic b. Boone. Leeway Dan. \ we Rover Westover Aid mar , Chest township a Terrell. Sykesville and Teresa guide Force. Nope Nice to and Etta. Bel Linn i f Force. John Zahuranec Hawk run. And Uke Baler Morrisdale Temprise in deciding to build a subs Tantal storehouse that will withstand tiny attack the fire fiend May make upon it in the future. Red men banquet. Thursday evening thirty braves we Side ratio $100. Township. Consideration $600. Octave Vihanto to Josephine milled Repici. Land in Gulich township. Corv Side ration $67. George Menno to Miles b. Moore landia Sandy township. Consideration $130. Mary Barnes to pan Enya Polli Gri a i. Land n Woodward township. Co cd lid re no a Dav exercise want convention Here next year can paper maker and consumer. He churches Whf have 1 8 jurisdiction the equal Protection of a in for of on the Aubrei to the to the we Yand Means committee in the Contention that houses Are in fading elaborate data to which or. Parable parts of real estate also is a Norrs nothing to add. New one. But was not regarded As so a a enter sting As the Contention of a Rio Steamer robbed by pirates Latten of the fourteenth amendment _ at a meeting of the fire depart Bryan and Chinda at dinner. Washington. June 7.�?after attend lha. M Marl a both initiated into the my Erith of Chin Robe. Improved order of red men boosting the members p to about 300. After the kit Dariot a Baquet was served and the too men present had a most enjoyable time. Philipsburg a evangelistic Campaign in october Rev. W. P. Nicholson of Scotland will open an evangel is tic Campaign in Philipsburg the ministerial association at its recent meeting having so decided. Twenty years ago. Twenty years ago yesterday he running of trains into Clearfield of the Buffalo Rochester and Pitts Burgh Railroad was table City the citizens chowing their mrs. Reed not president. In tile head sing of the Ariole re la Ting to the election of officers of the celebrated in children said Socle a at the recent convention it was stared that mrs Jov by making noises which could be prank Reed had Eon elected or s in heard almost As far away a Blue mrs. E. S. Lindsey was the lady chop Ball. In for this position., As self stated. Arrive in Niel be paid recovering. Phys do ans Al attendance upon Dan Lei Leipold o has been critically of from poisoning j. C. Barclay to fee to Mao. Lad in Iii Lawrnece township. Consider to $750. Charles Knarr to Martin Knarr a a and in Bell Bell township. Consideration. La 200. Robert Yeager not Albert p. Way. Land in Dubois. Co islderation$5.000. E. H. Woolridge. Sheriff to Matilda Carlson Laud in Dubois. Consideration $300. Albert Becket a1., to Mina v. Williams land in Dubois. Considers. Lion $300. $10,000 transaction. Miss Mary Mcgaughey to a. W. Lee and John w. Wrigley land in Clearfield. Consideration $104 00. Haney e. Neff to William j. Sea Brook land in Westover. Consider a an $200. Mary e. Patch Ell to William c. Sinker lard in Dubois consider on $3,000. Thomas r Reeser it a1. Mini Friday evenly matters connect in he a Caw Nat Roe Tinb ser Terry 1rr eel with the coming firemen s Conven an left for i Mitsburgh to be present at Tion at Jersey Shore were discussed a Farewell dinner to George Vav Guth besides the members of the local fire Rie. The new ambassador to Japan companies who will attend the con ter a unt Chi la the japanese Ambas vein Tion. Joseph , of the third Sador Eft for Pittsburgh on an earlier ind to Ward. Was elected As the Delegate of the Clearfield fire department with instructions to work hard in behalf on having next years convention meet in Clearfield. Train to attend the same function. A linguist. Gabber Speaks a nmn a fluently r a a almost Simontan Boualy. Ham age Herald. Seven tan prof. Taft in Washington. A press Dent making a visit of a few Days to the capital. Washington june 7. Professor we darn ii Taft arrived for a visit in the capital and will spend several Days As the guest of or and mrs. W j Board Man and miss Mabel Boardman sex eral entertainments have been planned chinamen get $30.000�?passenger killed and Crew wounded. Hon Kong. June 7. A the French steamship Rollert a la Gaudy. Gag tsp in the Vvs to River Trade was attacked by pirates who secured $30,0 0, according to reports received Here. A passenger on the steamship was killed Engineer and several members of the Crew were wounded Iii a fight with the robbers. Reports of numerous other attacks upon vessels indicate that piracy i rapidly increasing in the South. Search Siberia for for a plants. Washington. June 7.�?professor n. E. Hansen of the agr in Rural experimental station in South Dakota left hers on his Way to Siberia to search for Plant life that a an tie cultivated with a Binning a his Honor although it is understood profit in the arid lands of pretty Busy. A is he making Good a a a he must de he never seems to have time to Stop and Tell anybody a bout it Detroit free press. That he has expressed the wish that no formalities should Mark his visit. The Boardman House. Just off Itu Pont Circle was occupied by or and in Taft for a few Days preceding his inauguration and during his occupancy of the White House he and mrs Taft were frequent guests there when a brr forage plat in int Rodu farming sections the went. And i before he found Many to which he has succeed ing to Farmers of a dry deaths of a Day. Want to be admirals. Three Day exam Nav Ion of Cand. Masons have banquet. At Las nights meeting or the Clar resulting Field Lodge. A. 314 f amp a a. Aft pm an Accident to his scr or the trs tia vecian of routine business wet a go say that h is their Opin a Fine banquet was Beld which was to he will recover. Heartily a by those present. Harter it Ai. Of h. Dates for la id in Boarts township cadets at vacancy in the class of e naval Academe v a an consideration $3,500. Duluth lumber workers strike. Duluth. Mina. June a Voth More bin 1.5i� men in strike and organs no a Union five Bim ter mail it in Vav est John p. Cd a former a Ion Veteran Dei leg my Fivey ars old. Nander of the in re to Wilmington. Napolis. Which Corr Easmat a on Duluth and West end remained shut d. L. By it a to w Iam h re is authorized to fill has been in consid or ser land in Boggs township Erat Ion $2,500. J. E. Mons to George w. Johnson Secretary land in Dubois. Coes in rat son. $250. . Pro Jgr Raa at Al Oor it a. The candidates were examined by the Blair county of the civil service com to to awaiting a Compromise. The strikers executive committee was instr led at a meeting to a a stick f or a ruse of to i or cent in the War if a1 Mill or Hannah Mae. Ltd danish Var a con led in that City Rev or Joae amp a c of the tro i Ile i dec be year in Fol #1 fill fax. 7 Rector of to a n and Archdeaconry died tax in to new tora

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