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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - April 3, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaA Home paper a for to Home he circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year do. Allyl i u. Jennings dentist. Office Horn s 9 a. M. To 11 v 101 Mill St., i i. M. To z a a m. Danville. A. It 4 c s Shultz h. I it. 42. Mili. St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a specially i it. P. Akul i dentists Ofik k. 21s Mill St Kkt. Eel xxi Ray la Oil without a Kiln. Town Mui Bridge work a specially a a quipped Quot Ith to la latent Ami Moat improved instruments and prepared to execute the most difficult work. Or. C. Ii. Reynolds a dentist a 0ffi6e, opposite Boston store Danville a dentistry in All its branches charges moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1892 i news. Got settled yet y did the stovepipe fit. The weather is fickle. Observe Arbor Day tomorrow. The top coat cannot be Laid away yet. March evidently slipped Over into april. This is a Good time to Plant that Spring advertisement. Done to forget the glee club concert at the opera House to night. Gentle Spring should have full Sway now. Boat owners Are Over hauling their Craft. The lateness of Spring May be attributed to the absence of the Lia Dorgan. Quite a number of tramps noticed in this City yesterday. A m w portico Lias been erected at the resident a of mrs. Samuel Goldsmith lower Mulberry Street. The Farmers Are now Busy sowing Oats. The Ash cart is kept moving these Days. The health of the Borough is exceptionally Good at present. Farmers complain of the Scarcity of help nearly All the wage earners of the Rural districts having flocked into town. School children Are already counting the Days until the close of the term. The easter Trade was unusually heavy for the confectioners this year. By All Means make preparations for a big fourth of july Celebration. The Spring Chicken is preparing to join the ranks of the harbingers. Last season s Straw hat will soon he dragged Forth from its Lair. It would please everybody now if april would get Down to genuine Spring business. The Robins Are perfectly Safe now in registering for the season. There a great a Leal of satisfaction in knowing that the danger of a Coal miners strike has been reduced to a minimum. The Oyster season will close in finer weeks some of tin country schools dosed last week. April is probably stocked up As usual with wet go hols. The Gay season 1ms resumed just where it left off. Von had better take an umbrella with you this week for april showers Inay get expected. If there Are any legitimate industries looking for the Best location in the Date Danville should 1 selected. It is possible now that the egg Market will Settle Down to a Normal condition. The Days Are on the Long stretch. We had some left Over March weather yesterday. This kind of weather is not in Harmony with Spring millinery. Manya Man won t know Bis number or a while. Next Falls Campaign is go ing to be a ively one in Montour county. Speak Well of your town and outsiders will have Inore respect for it. Passenger travel has let Een Good on ill railroads during the past week. Ever Vlady would Welcome pleasant april Days. Theve Ither is rather unsettling a oth for the poets and tin peach crop. The demand for labor is increasing do Over the country. This is an Evi Lenee of the permanency of Prosperity. Notice to Farmers we want of tons of scrap Iron All kinds. Will May a special Cash Price. Bring what a ver you have. Safety spindle mfg co. Cast Market St Danville. A did Yon move of course you did no to neglect to it it change your paper. A a Kim Olson was in Bloomsburg esterday. Drayman have been doing a land of be business this we a a. Frank g. Peters proprietor of the Mem Cigar store in a ill at Bis Home on t Mahoning Street a this country will Niver be entirely tree until it supplies All of its own demands with its own production vol. 47�?no it Danville a. Thursday april 3. 1902. 1 lie office of the american being furnished with a Large visor then of Job letter and fancy Type and Jot material generally the publisher Iri ounce to the Public that he is i pared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing fail kinds and description is 1 a Elisii Al it in i a f it. Get our prices before place your orders. Job printing passes away a Man who held the respect of All who knew him in the death of John Mcdermott which occurred at his Home. No. 19 Spruce Street yesterday morning Danville loss one of its sturdiest citizens. John Mcdermott s life was a Busy one. Born in county Longford Ireland seventy two years ago he emigrated to this country when 10 years of age. He was in Danville when the Plant owned by the Reading Iron company was built and was among the first to find employment there. He became a Heater and in that capacity he continued to labor until some ten years ago. When tie infirmities incidental to declining years obliged him to seek some less arduous work. For some years prior to his death he was employed As watchman at the Wall Street crossing of the d l. Amp w. Railroad. The deceased was a Soldier in the mexican War and so far As known is the Only survivor of that conflict residing in Danville or in this Section. During tin civil War As a member of the cavalry he saw service for four years. At the close of the civil War be was transferred to the Western Frontier where for some six years he participated in the different Indian wars. Altogether about twelve years of Bis life were devoted to the service of his adopted country. John Mcdermott was a Man who was respected wherever he was known. Few men had a Keener sense of Honor or a Keener sense of Justice. His word once Given was As True As his Bond. A Man of intelligence he read widely while his varied experiences in life gave him a store of practical information that made him an authority on Many subjects. He represented the third Ward in the school Board of Danville for Many years. He was one of the most progressive members always approachable and kind ready to espouse the cause of either teacher or Pupil when they seemed to be in any sense the victim of injustice. The deceased was afflicted with heart trouble and dropsy. Although ill for a year and a half he was confined to his bed Only since Friday of last week. He passed away at 12 48 a. M. Yesterday. The funeral will take plan Friday next at 10 a. M. The deceased is survived by his wife and three children George of Lochiel and William Ami Kate who reside at the parental Home. Friday next flood and drought due to destruction of forests. Or Laumaster general Secretary w. D. Laumaster tuesday assumed tin general Secretary ship of the y. M. C. A. His presence with its old time cordiality seemed to invest the building with a familiar atmosphere. He received Many kindly greetings during the Day from members and others who dropped into the building. It is too Early for or. Laumaster to announce any plans for the coming year if is understood however that the general Secretary will not be Idle and what Ever measures be inaugurates to help tin work along will be practical in their nature and in full Accord w Ith religious Precept. Or. Laumaster has earned the Confidence of the Public along All lines of work As was attested by the unanimity with which he was recalled to the general Secretary ship. He now has a right to expect the support Ami co operation of All Christian people. Governor Stone has appointed Friday. April 4th. As the first of the two Spring Arbor Days the second following on the 18th,inst. The governor urges that the Day he observed by planting Trees citing the recent floods and storms As an added argument in favor of restoring the forests of the state. It must indeed be a poorly informed person who at this time would ignore tin value of forests or even of a moderate acreage of Woodland in regulating the rainfall and restraining the flow of water when the Snow piled up among tin mountains begins to melt under the increasing warmth of the Sun As Spring approaches. The protracted droughts As Well As the devastating floods which result in damage yearly that can be measured Only by millions Are alike attributable to the denudation of our country of its Timber. These Are established facts based upon scientific observation and As such they Are taught in our Public schools. Arbor Day was instituted at least fifteen years ago. The event was observed with appropriate exercises in the schools As speaking for our own Borough it seems to be at present. But the Observance of Arbor Day was not considered Complete without tin actual planting of Trees. Thus tree planting in the child s mind was removed from the Domain of theory into that of practice. Even if the frail tree planted in the Earth failed to take Root it was Felt that some Good had been accomplished. Within recent years Arbor Day has added few if any Trees to the Borough. To what extent tree planting or forestry is dwelt upon in the Public schools of this Section we cannot say but the subject no doubt receives some attention. At All events it is hoped that the teaching will make itself Felt before Many years. In no part of the state is the merciless Slaughter of Timber carried Toa greater extent than in this Section. While the Commonwealth is doing what it can to restore Trees to denuded tracts the portable saw Mill hereabouts continues on its Mission of destruction. One by one the tracts of scrubby Timber which in their own Way contributed to the general Good disappear and the Hill sides and the Mountain tops denuded Barren and inaccessible to the plow lie uncultivated Aud desolate a blemish on the landscape. Former townsman married. Lewis Stei Breuner a former townsman Sou of mrs. Annie Stei Breuner this City last evening entered the holy state of Matrimony the Bride being miss Margart Patterson of Wilkes Barre. The ceremony took place at the residence of the brides parents at Wilkes Barre at 8 of clock. Or. And mrs. Stein Berner after a wedding trip will take up their residence in Troy n. A. Where tin Groom is engaged in business. Miss til lie Stei Breuner of new York and mrs. Annie Stei Breuner and miss Annie Stei Breuner of this Eity attended tin wedding. Wedded Iii Philadelphia. Wellington Shannon son of l. Shannon of Riverside and miss emetic de Solms Kennedy of Philadelphia were United in Wedlock yesterday. The ceremony took place in tin holy Trinity Church at High noon. Miss Elizalu the Shannon of River Side sister of the Groom was bridesmaid and Fred Kennedy of Philadel phia brother of the Bride was Best Man. In addition to miss Shannon or and mrs. Jesse Shannon Aud mrs. M. F. Gulisek of Riverside were present at the wedding. Brought Here for burial. Philip Persing a former resident of Danville but later of Shamokin who died at the latter place monday last was brought to this City yesterday afternoon for burial interment being made in the cemetery of the reformed Church. The funeral was in charge of tin knights of Golden Eagle Castle no 122, of Paxinos to which the deceased belonged. The pallbearers members of the order were As follows j. H. Miller j. H. Leisenring Samuel Bastress w. H. Bastress Charles f. Krick and Jacob Cole. Mrs. Persing widow of the deceased is a sister to mrs. Daniel b. Lied Dens of this place. Accepted position As Foreman. David e. Haring for Many years past a Moulder at the Danville stove works left yesterday morning on the 9 14 Pennsylvania train for Waynesboro ya., where in has accepted the position of Foreman in the foundry of a stove manufacturing Plant. Or. Haring Learned Bis Trade in the stove works Ben and was always accounted on of their most steady and skillful workmen. Among other Danville men employed in tin Waynesboro Plant Are Wilbur Bennett pattern maker and Albert Russell who holds a clerical position. Struck by a Plank. T. A. Lake who o a rates a lathe in the hand factory at the shovel works met with a painful injury yesterday. A pice of Plank which was being Cut by binding became fastened in a rip saw. Tin operator Stook a Down to pick up a Board to Force it Loose when by tin action of tin rapidly revolving saw it was burled backward Over Bis it end striking or. Lake who stood nearby on tin Back of the head. The Man was badly stunned and reeled under tin blow but recovered himself. A very ugly Scalp wound was produced which required a Numeir of stitches. Or Wintersteen administered bought a four in hand. Livery Man c. \ Moyer tuesday bought the four Hay horses of John r. Bennett which constituted the handsome four in hand team which was frequently seen upon our streets. The horses All four of which Are docked arc find animals and raise the number of horses in or. Moyers livery stable from fifteen to Nineteen head. Very file entertainment. Professor Charles Hartley ventriloquist and humorist was greeted by a Large audience in the y. M. C. A. Ball tuesday night. The entertainment was first class in a very respect. Professor Hartley several characters and did it most successfully allowing tin Conception of a True artist. In mimicry he was especially Fine. His ventriloquism was very effective carrying with it Tuon illusion than usually accompanies such performances inter Scholastic debate. Posters were put up in this City Friday announcing the inter Scholastic debate which will take place at Sun Bury on thursday evening april 17, Between tin High Sci tool debating club of this City Aud the Webster debating club of Sunbury. The debate will be held in the court Lions. My hic Brief mention of the doings of your friends and acquaintances. The engagement of miss Lulu re her of Benton to Russell h. Foust of this City has been announced. The wedding ceremony will 1�� performed at the Home of the brides parents in Benton on Mav i miss Nellie welliver of Harrisburg returned Home yesterday alter a visit with her parents or. And mrs. N. B. Welliver in Derry township. Miss Lillian Kepner of the state Hospital for the insane left yesterday for a weeks vacation with her parents in Hughesville. Mrs. H. A. Greiner of Mausdale was a visitor in this City yesterday. Or. S. Y. Thompson returned yesterday from a several Days visit to Philadelphia. Mrs. M. Carey of Wyoming returned Home yesterday after a visit at the residence of her Sou Jesse Carey on Church Street. Claude guest was a Bloomsburg visitor last evening. Or. And mrs. Norman Hess of Bloomsburg returned Home last evening after a visit with mrs. Rebecca Hess Bloom Street. Frank Magill returned Home last evening from a visit in Montandon. Mrs William h. Farnsworth of Shickshinny returned Home last evening after a visit with her parents in this City. Charles Fenstermacher and guest Mahlon rant Shaler students at state College returned yesterday after a visit with the former a father James Fenstermacher Valley township. Miss Penina Bright West Market Street returned Home last evening from Philadelphia. Mrs. Harry Hancock returned Home yesterday after a visit with mrs. Richard Morral 1, at Lola. Miss Margaret Jones of Espy returned Home yesterday after a visit at the residence of Abraham Jones Railroad Street. Mrs. Anna harder East Mahoning Street returned Home yesterday after a Short visit with mrs. Richard mor rail at Lola. Mrs. William Eberly of Cameron spent several hours in this City yesterday. Or. Aud mrs. Peter Winters of Sunbury spent sunday wih friends in this City. George Wrights of Catawissa a Lieut sunday with friends in this City. Horace Blue spent sunday with friends in Sunbury. Or. Aud mrs. Russell Kelly of Sunbury spent sunday with the latter a parents or. And mrs. Jesse Beaver Pine Street. Or. And mrs. Joseph m. Schiau of Berwick spent sunday with or. And mrs. Samuel Lowenstein Mill Edward b. John of Berwick spent sunday at the Home of William hed Dens West Mahoning Street. Miss Anna Gearhart of Williamsport arrived in this City saturday evening for a visit with miss Mabel Gearhart ferry Street. Mrs. Fanny Heddens Aud Thomas f. Kerswell of Washingtonville spent sunday at the Home of William Heddens West Mahoning Street. Miss Mary Ann James of Bloomsburg spent sunday with her Mother in this City. Mrs. Nora Heddens of Washington Ville drove into this City saturday. H. B. Cleaver spent sunday with friends at Howellville. Frank Mccue of this City spent sunday with friends in Plymouth. Cit Arles Savage of this City sit but sunday with his parents or. And mrs. Harry Savage in Bloomsburg. Mrs. Cordelia Van Gilder and son Roy spent sunday with relatives in Northumberland. William Byerly of Williamsport spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. Lewis Byerly Walnut Street. Mrs. Bou Jamin Snyder of Northumberland returned Home yesterday after a visit with her parents or. Aud mrs. William Morgan Bloom Street. Henry Long of Bloomsburg Swient sunday in this City with his Mother mrs. Sarah Long on Railroad Street. Or. C. H. Reynolds and wife of Mill Street spent sunday with friends in Catawissa. Miss Bessie Moody of this City spent sunday with friends in Catawissa mrs. Mary harder of East Mahoning Street spent sunday with mrs. Richard Morral 1 at Lola mrs. Harry Hancock of Church Street spent sunday with mrs. Richard mor rail at Lola. Mrs. Charles Snyder Aud miss Mamie Hoffman of Northumberland spent sunday at the Home of Theodore Hoft Man on lower Mulberry Street miss Lois Boyer of Plymouth spent sunday with miss Isabel Baldy West Mahoning Street. Joseph nor Couk of Mahoning township spent sunday with Northumberland friends. Miss Mattie Keim a student at the Bloomsburg state Normal school spent sunday with her parents in this City a a mrs. Jonathan Sweisfort and daughter mrs Johnston East Market Street returned Home saturday from a sojourn at Orlando. Florida. Mrs. Kline and mrs. Gertrude Ellis left saturday for Allentown. Miss Mae Mcfadden of Bloomsburg. Spent sunday with friends in this City. Fred Smith of Berwick spent Sun a Lay with relatives in this City. Miss Fannie Neyhart of Bloomsburg spent sunday with mrs John Bogart Cook s court. Or. N m. Smith of South Danville made a professional visit to Wolver ton yesterday. Mis was an appliance which will prove a saving at the water works. Among the recent improvements at the water works is the instalment of a new Heater which will result in the saving of fuel to the amount of several Hundred dollars per year. The Heater is a Modem appliance which utilizes the exhaust of the engine to heat the water before it is sent into the boiler. Thus while in former times the water passed into the boilers ice cold it now enters heated up very near to the boiling Point and that too without a i cent of additional Cost. 1 the Heater just installed is something 1 Juite original in its Way designed by superintendent. P. Keefer for the special needs at tin water works and manufactured by Curry amp Hannau of this City. The Heater which contains fifty i Inch Copper tubes is 8 feet Long and la inches in diameter giving it a heating surface of Over four Hundred Square feet. It sends water into the boiler heated up to 210 degrees fahrenheit or 2 degrees below tin boiling Point. The old beater displaced in use by the one just installed had a heating surface of but 29 Square feet and was utterly inadequate As it was incapable of beating the water up to any higher Point than i 10 degrees. Appointed to be a Cadet. Major p. Gearhart monday received notice from adjutant general Corbin of the f. S. Army that Charles g. Mettler Ali majors Nephew has he a appointed Tobe Cadet at West Point. The fortunate Young Man who is a son of Philip Mettler of Kli Besgrove Aud is Well known in this City passed a preliminary examination at it. Carmel about a year ago and was appointed As alternate to West Point. Herbert Hollister of it. Carmel being principal appointee. The latter it seems dropped behind in his studies which leaves a vacancy from this District. Or. Mettler is at present a student at Columbia College new York. He will report at fort Mchenry Baltimore. For examination on Mav 1st. I other person is on fourth Pagel further improvements. New boilers Are being installed in the no. 2 puddle Mill at the Reading Iron works which will he better understood by those not acquainted about the Mill As the portion which was not destroyed by fire last May. In All there will to it seven new toilers on for each of the puddle furnaces. These will be of improved Aud modern Type the same As installed in the new portion of the Mill. The new boilers Are larger than those displaced and will necessitate considerable alterations about tin Mill the most important of which will be tin raising of the roof of each of tin lean tos. Tin impression is unfounded which seems to have got abroad that tin no. 2 puddle Mill is to be torn Down and rebuilt. The boilers will be installed one at a time so As not to interfere too much with tin Progress of work. Swipe Mincemoyer. Harry Shipe and mrs. Amanda Mincemoyer of this City were United in Matrimony last evening. The ceremony took place at tin Home of Franklin Dutweiler. Lower Mulberry Street tin Rev. L. H. W. of Trenton n. J., officiating. Miss Harriet Albeck was bridesmaid and Harry Ellis Best Man. After the ceremony a Fine wedding supper was served. Those present at the wedding were As follows or. And mrs. Edward . And mrs. Hale. Or. And mrs. George Katharine Hale miss Everhart messes. Jacob Byerly John Allick John and Frank act Weill a. A number of handsome presents were received. I some of those who change Reaid noes this Spring. Among the hardships and tasks imposed by Fate upon the average Man and woman is the necessity of changing their abode several times during their stay on this terrestrial sphere. It is to most people wearisome disheartening work and while it is in Progress the family is without a Home in anything like the True sense. Those who have not changed residences will never realize what they have to be thankful for until they Are compelled to move. Every first of april brings its full quota of moving. Some seek new Homes for the purpose of bettering themselves others move because Thoy have to Aud therefore As Likely As not will find themselves worse off under the change. Among our Well known citizens who this year seek new Homes the following Are noted w. A. Sechler has moved into dwelling no. 17 East Market Street vacated by veterinarian j. Kline who moved to Allentown. Or. Sechler is Fol Lowed at no. 8 West Mahoning Street by the owner of the premises s. R. Kreiger of Philadelphia. Alfred Prius. Who occupied the Brick House belonging to or. Kreiger West Mahoning Street has removed to Waynesboro. Charles Hartt Lias succeeded him As or. Kreiger a tenant. The House vacated by or. Hartt at factory and West Mahoning streets will be occupied by t. F. Moyer formerly landlord of hotel Oliver. Edward Ozechowicz will remove to dwelling 102 West Mahoning Street owned by d. C. Hunt. The dwelling 13 West Mahoning Street has been purchased by Benjamin p. Harris who will move into the premises. Benjamin Pritchard will remove from the Pine Street parsonage to the dwelling vacated by or. Harris on lower Mulberry Street. Or. W. P. Angle has removed from the Magill building on Mill Street to the dwelling on ferry Street vacated by James n. Irland. Samuel Bailey East Mahoning Street will remove into the Magill building. Howard rep pert will remove from the Corner of East Mahoning and Church streets to the Gross Block. Tin House vacated by or. Reppert will be occupied by j. Newman the Batter. Albert Banfield tenant in the building recently purchased by John l. Evans will move into the rooms above Rempes jewelry store. A. L. Delcamp East front Street will take up quarters in the Lackawanna building lower Mulberry Street. David Evans who has been living in the Gross building along with his brother John l. Evans will occupy the new dwelling being remodeler by the latter at East Mahoning and ferry streets. Erwin Hunter will remove into town from Pine Forest Park taking up Bis residence in the Stone dwelling on ferry Street adjoining his livery stable. John Fisher the tenant will remove to the Saul Lyon building. John Nevill Ash Street will take up his residence in a Hgt ration of the Lackawanna building. W. K. Lunger removes from dwelling Corner of grand and Railroad streets to East front Street. The building vacated will be occupied by Jonathan deep. The Leniger dwelling no. 5 Pine Street will be occupied by Peter Winters. Swallow charges of lying and insubordination not sustained. Or. Swallow who trial i l of. Committee Lias been the absorbing topic at the Central Pennsylvania Confer ence during the past a yester Day found not guilty of lying. A though it was decided that he must b. Given Public reproof. The committee reported that tin charges of lying and insubordination were not sustained that certain specifications were sustained Bur not enough to sustain tin charges tin committee found that in was guilty of highly imprudent and a Ministeri Al conduct and recommended that in hot brought before tin conf re Nch and that a Public repro Al lie n Al by the Bishop. Rev. Gilbert attorney tor or. Swallow gave immediate notice of Appeal to tin judicial a a inference of tin Church. This acts As a stay of judgment or. Swallow i. Now a full fledged member of cd mfr ene again. The trial committee having in band the charges made by or. Swallow against presiding elder e. Ii. Yocum reported that then was no grounds for the charges. Conference adjourned at 12 30 o clock yesterday afternoon. Tin appointments do not effect any change in the churches of this City. Neither a re there any changes made in presiding elders. Or. Wesley Hill goes Back to Grace Church at Harrisburg in. A Connor to Ridge Avenue and Charles p. Hartzell to St. Paul a Harrisburg. George m. Reed heard from. The current number of a sporting life a contains a portrait of George m Reed manager of the Shreveport it la. Base Ball club. Correspondence from that place under Date of March 22nd. States that a a manager Reed bad spent tin Winter at that place but that the Day before in bad left for Tyler Texas which place ibis year will be used by tin club As training quarters. Manager George m. Reed is a Danville boy and Bis friends Here an glad to hear from him in Bis responsible position. Arrested for non support. Herbert joins coloured an employ of tin Reading Iron works who hails from Lewistown. Was arrested last evening on the strength of a Telegram from the chief of police of that place. The charge is desertion. Jones who spent last night in tin lock be removed to Lewistown today by an office who is expected to arrive to or. Very unpleasant adventure. Louis Dietz of Mahoning township administered severe hut Well desert d punishment on a Young Man of this City Friday night. Somewhere about nine of clock As or. Dietz and his wife were driving up Bloom Road the Young fellow who was under tin influence of liquor jumped on the Wagon behind. No objection was made to his Riding along until he began to insult mrs. Dietz. He finally became grossly offensive when or. Dietz commanded him to leave the Wagon. He refused Aud kept up his insulting conduct until Kochery a Blacksmith shop was reached. Here or. Dietz stopped and went into the shop to procure a weapon of some sort with which to defend his wife a Honor. As soon As his Back was turned the Drunken Man made an assault on tin defenceless woman. By this tiny or. Dietz bad found a club. Rushing to the Aid of Bis wife lie dealt her assailant a heavy blow the full Force of which fell upon the fellow s Chin. He was rendered unconscious and for Over half an hour Lay in that state. He was dragged into the Black Smith shop and As there seemed some doubt As to whether he might recover or. Kimerer was called. A improved under treatment and at last accounts he seemed out of danger although it will be Many a lays before he will recover from the effects of tin blow in received. Entertained sunday school Glass. Mrs. Lewis Crick entertained her sunday school class Aud a few other friends at her borne in South Danville last evening. Those present were John and William Pritchard Charles Wetzel. William join s. Arthurr if Snyder William Hancock Dewitt Jobborn. Robert and George Nice mrs. O m. Leniger mrs. Louisa Niez miss ret a Cook and miss Marv Cuthbert. Attempted burglary. An attempt was made to Rob the House of William Fallon. West Mahoning Street about8o clock last night. The family had not yet retired and mrs Fallon heard some Oik on the roof. She notified her husband who started to investigate when the Man was discovered. The would he burglar escaped. Many families from neighbouring towns Are removing to this City. Term closed. The East Danville schools taught by miss Mapstone and miss Madden wore closed yesterday the term having expired. Most of the other schools of tin township which lost More or less time Are still open officer Young after truants. John Snyder or. Upper Mulberry Street and his Little it even a a or old grandson John Snyder were before Justice of the peace ban last night. The principal offender in the Case was master John a Pupil of the first Grade of the fourth Ward schools who it seems is an habitual truant. His Grandfather was summoned to answer for neg Leet in not compelling the boy to attend school. The Case is one which has Given the truant Offit or a great Deal of trouble and the Justice explained to or. Snyder just where his responsibility Lay. The Man explained that tin boy i it Bard to control but admitted that be might have been a Little too lenient. Fine and costs amounted to some five dollars. Or. Sunder promised to see to it that tin boy attended school in the future whereupon the Case was continued with the understanding that should tin boy fail to attend regularly both Pupil and Grandfather will a brought up again the former to pay the Fine and costs accrued and the latter to retaken in charge by the authorities and handed Over to some institution. The school Board who arc Back of the truant officer in this affair Are very much in Earnest. This Case is Only one of several which officer Young has on the string. There Are other habitual truants in the. Upper end of the Borough who in says will be heard from next. How easter was observed. Except for a dashing Shower which gave the streets a deserted appearance Between the hours of 3 and i o clock in the afternoon the sunday was All that could he desired for easter. The streets Wen thronged with people. Many especially of tin feminine portion Wen handsomely attired tin easter headgear being strikingly in evidence tin blight and delicate tints of color being in thorough Harmony with tin warm Sun Shine and the general aspect of Spring. As becomes the great festival commemorating tin risen Christ unchurched As a rub Wen made Beautiful with Flowers in which the Grae it Ful easter Lily tin Emblem of tin birth of Beauty of purity a i of tin slime and mire of the Earth was every where the Central figure. Large congregations thronged a wry place of worship. The crucifixion and resurrection of Christ formed tin Thenn of every Sermon. The Ruusie prepared for the Day a announced in thu so columns last week was of an especially elaborate nature and it i Gratifying to note to luit without exception the various programs Wen carried through most effectively Dreifuss amp company of this City out of pocket $50. a o. Wei victimized by i lid. Customer the other Day their Xii Cricci costing them the round sum of fifty dollars. It was on wort a Day last the Man purporting to to i 1 1 Man and who Pavo it is name a ii. M Nathan entered the store and pc mod a card which bore the name of 11. Forman maker of Fine head Wear for . Hoy s Aud children no. I Iones Street. New York 11 ii Man then proceeded to show line of Sample. The goods were of line Quality and the prices Wurr Low to Quot difficulty in placing in kit i Dreifuss amp co., and also with k. L. Marks. Bel Ore leaving or. Dreifuss Quot for an overcoat caught Bis Eye which lit fancied and in asked the Price. The figure si2iff�?seemed to suit him and be agreed to buy the garment. He was however Short of ready Cash and As a measure to relieve his wants and pay Lor tin overcoat he made n propos it Ion quite common with travelling salesmen to it a give or. Dreifuss a Cheek for 850 on a new York Bank in w hich by bad Money deposited. There was an element of risk in the Aff air and or. Dreifuss objected. The fellow was so plausible however that the merchant was finally won Over and he endorsed for the amount. The Money was drawn out of the Danville National Bank. Or. Dreifuss got $12.o<>. The Price of tin overcoat and the stranger got the balance. The Salesman a to his old overcoat behind with instruction that it be shipped to a certain address in new York City which in gave As his Home. On saturday or. Dreifuss was sum moved to the Danville National Hank and informed that the Check had been protested and lie was confronted with a Bill of Cost amounting to $2.50. The new York Bank had no snob name As ii m. Nathan among its depositors. To investigate further or. Dreifuss telegraphed to the address in new York City which the fellow gave Ashi bomb and was informed that no such person was living there. Or. Dreifuss says the bogus Salesman was a russian jew a smooth faced and a smooth tongued a fellow with Black Luicir. About five feet four inches High and weighing probably 135 pounds. S. M. Waite signs the pledge. S. M. Wait better known As ran Waite was badly intoxicated Day Forenoon and As was very natural fell into tin hands of the polio if. Was placed in tin lock up la a sober up. After which he was arraigned before Justice of the Peael Bare. Fine and costs amounted to some four dollars while the defendant Man aged to secure without much difficulty whereupon he was released. In order to Avert future trouble of the same sort or. Wait decided to pledge himself to total abstinence. Ii accordingly called upon tin a Squire to it it administer tin oath in which in bound himself not to last intoxicating liquor in any form for tin period of one year. Will travel in the South. Miss Marv Harris. West Mahoning Street left yesterday morning for Baltimore. My win re sin will spend a week with friends after which sin will proceed to Birmingham. A i where sin will join her fat in r. p. Harris for a four through i a Bouth. Sin will a a int a it ral Motif its the literary societies. The Garfield and Lincoln literary societies of tin High school will hold their Send. Monthly meeting tomorrow afternoon. The following interesting programs have been arranged. Garfield society. Recitation Quot Mary Queen of Scott a miss Elsie Salusbury declamation or. Diseroad. Re citation a Flowers miss e. Read declamation or. Thomas. Staff of the Garfield Star editor in chief or. Maiers. Literary editor miss Payne. Local news. Or. Randall Jacobs. Personals mis Kasz. Foreign news. Miss a. Reed. Domestic news. Or. Bell. Advertisements or. Mottern. Subject of debate a Quot resolved that tin evils of Competition Are greater than its benefits. A affirmative or. Kerns or. Russell Aud miss Tooey. Negative or. Mettler miss Fetter Man and or. Leniger. Lincoln society. Recitation miss Cousart. I a Ela Mationg or. Raver. Recitation a miss Fisher. Declamation or. Jones. Staff of the Liberator editor in chief or. Angle. Literary editor or. Howard Lunger. Local news mis. Beaver. Personals. Miss Werkheiser. Foreign news or. Edmondson. Domestic news or. A Onu Olley. Advertisements or. Farley subject of debate Quot resolved that tin evils a if Competition Are greater than its benefits. A Affine atm or Herrington miss Irland and miss Youngman. Negative miss Mcninch. Or h Mill a and or Shult. Silver dollars Safe journey. Some Days ago mention was made of a Silver Dollar Addry a see i to a sojourner at Tampa. Florida which was on triste in to tin mails uni closed a 2 cent stamp being pasted on one Side and the address on tin other. I cording to information received from Tampa the Dollar in due time r. In and ii destination safely which 1. My an additional interest to the affair. In was an unique idea adopted to it a How far the mails could be Trust a a a i it i a question, tin a Billar uni closed was not safer than ii would have been merely in an a a ii clop. Injured hand. John f to Gibson residing on fourth St Viand an employee of Howe amp Samuel s puddle Mill met with a painful a Ltd id. It a it a saturday. He was working at tin muck bar shears and Luid stoop <1 blown to take out a piece of Iron when another bar was shoved through Ali san ars striking him on the Back a i in right band inflicting a very 1� id Bruise. Or. Curry was called who dressed the injury. Repairing the Bridge. Tin Borough is re plunking Ali Yogt in m driveway �>1 the equal bring on Mill Street. Other repairs May b found necessary

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