Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - April 24, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaA Home paper a for the Home i he circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 Peh be Fly do. Irving h. Jennings dentist. Office Honra s a. M. To 12 it 1 If. To i If. 104 Mill St., Danville to. Siiu1/t7., m. D. A of . Sr., , a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines h Speed Alt i k. W. P. Asulo dentist Offik 218 . Teeth without in Alu. Crown Ait i Craigo work a spot Salty i Ulps a it with the intent and most improved instrument and prepared in a a t ule the most Doltl Milt work. Or. C. H. Reynolds office opposite Boston store Danville a. Dentistry in All its branches charges moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1892 condensed news. Stafe Libra a i a. 5 a this country will no by entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands i til is own product i ions. Vol. 47--no 17. Danville a. Thursday april 24. 1902. Established in 1855. Asked to reduo31�?Taa rate requisition asked by firemen. Boy and girl break the record for poor attendance. The local Listol men and others us 1 it is r,.ar that the school Board in ing fans who appeared before the tends to make a full investigation to Board of water commissioners at ils determine where a Hildru Are illegally last meeting to protest against the k,.pt ont of school and in every inst-ruist1 of rates Friday eve brought their ail. To impose Upen parents the Peu plea before the Borough Council. They Alty of the Law for their neglect. Still were represented by Fred Jacobs and Elias Maiers who voiced the grievance of this class of water takers repeating the proposition made to the commissioners that they be permitted to Henry a. Ludlow residing in Ammer Maui a court near the f. And i. Station was arrested by Constable Young monday afternoon under the act of Assembly of july 11, 1901. Two Chil May Flowers next. Welcome to Spring. Plant the Sweet peas. Awnings Are going up. Dandelions Are in Bloom. Visions of vacation arise. The Whitewash Brush is in demand. A few warm Days will burst the buds. Spring has been evidently trying to slip in unobserved. The fishing season Hasni to produced even a first class lie thus but its Young yet. Gardens Are being gotten into shape for the Spring sowing. The front of the Globe warehouse Mill Street is receiving a new coat of paint. A walk through the City now pres a lit a Pictou of great activity. People in All parts of the town Are cleaning up and burning the accumulated stuff. A new Fence has been erected at the West end of the pavement East Market Street to take place of the old building which collapsed under last Winters Snow. Mrs. Maria Rhodes West Market Street has recovered from her recent illness. The country roads Are improving for bicycle travel. It is Safe to assume that the Goose Bone weather Prophet no longer has a blizzard up his sleeve. Councilman m. D. L. Sechler is Cou fixed to his and by illness. The people of Bloomsburg Are taking Steps looking to the proper Observance and Celebration of the one Hundredth anniversary of the founding of the town. Invite Central Pennsylvania people to come to Danville 011 the fourth of july. If. L. Dewitt has just received from Glen bros., Rochester n. Y., a line lot of Trees for the improvement of his a a Walnut Dale fruit and truck farm. The residence of mrs. Samuel Goldsmith is receiving a new coat of paint. A the mail behind the Plowy a is having things pretty much his own Way these Bright Spring Days. The weather Man is my King up for his had behaviour during the Early part of this month. Councilman David r. Montgomery is Able to be about again after a serious illness. Jersey Shore people Are preparing to extend a cordial Welcome to the Odd Fellows next saturday. The residence of mrs. Perry Deen East Market Street is being repainted. The front of j. B. Cleavers depart ment store has been much improved recently a glistening Black paint with Gold decorations makes a most inviting appearance. R. H. Woolley a office Mill Street Lias been Given a new coat of paper and renovated from top to Bottom. It now presents a very cozy and artistic appearance. If this keeps up a few Days there la be flies of the weather Man. Danville and Prosperity seem destined to go hand in hand. The boundaries of Uncle same a Domain Are Manifest when the wires report a hot wave and a blizzard raging at the same time. There is a growing demand for a trolley line in Danville. A very handsome Brake recently purchased by livery Man Erwin Hunter was seen upon the streets for the first yesterday. The Mercury registered 85 degrees in the Shade in various parts of the town yesterday. A Good warm rain is what is needed now to make the vegetation jump. We have had the temperature of summer for several Days past but its too Early for the Straw hat. The Public schools of it. Carusd have been closed indefinitely by the Board of health of that place on account of the Small pox epidemic. There Are now sixteen cases being treated at tiie pest House pay a Lump sum for the water required Dren f the defendant Francis aged to operate their fans which they thought would in reasonable at $5 per fan for the entire season. A very lengthy discussion ensued president Vas Tim backed by superintendent Keefer taking the View that to comply with the request of the hotel men would oblige them to make a reduction at the various industries where water is used in manufacture otherwise the Borough would Lay itself open to the charge of unjust discrimination and probably become involved in a Law suit. Or. Jacobs insisted that water devoted to the operation of fans for the Comfort of patrons could not be considered As applied to manufacturing purposes and was entitled to special rate. Or. Gibson moved that the Board of water commissioners lie instructed ii and Eva 10, have been in school very Little of late the boy missing 40 Days and the girl 53 Days during the term. Tie hearing took place before Justice Bare in the evening Ralph Kisuer appearing for the school Board. Or. Ludlow pleaded guilty. He knew he said that his children should attend school and was not aware that they were out so much of the time. The Law imposes a penalty of 12 for the first offence and $5 for All subsequent offences. In addition to the $2 Fine or. Ludlow had the costs to pay which ran his Bill up to $4.50. It would have been higher had not Justice ban out of consideration for the fact that the present was the first Case of. Its kind tried reduced his a a costs to �1.50. The Justice wishes it understood that after this costs will be kept Burg to fix the rate at a a it per fan for the in us it the limit. The defendant was tire season As asked for. He finally. N0 Abie to liquidate Fine and costs last agreed that the motion might lie Over if lit but he made satisfactory provi until next meeting when the Borough Kiou for the payment of both. Solicitor is expected to be present the matter then will be More fully discussed to determine whether the individuals who operate fans Are Correct in their View and an exception in the Advance of water rates can be legally made in their Case. Borough Surveyor West was present with plans and specifications for the new Iron Bridge Over Mahoning Creek on Center Street. On motion of m. D. L. Sechler it was decided that bids be invited for the construction of the Bridge bids All to be in by next meeting night when the contract will be awarded. It was ordered that the Street commissioner meanwhile proceed to build the masonry raising the height of the abutments As required by the specification. On motion of or. Dougherty the Street commissioner was instructed to repair the Crossings about town As j Many Are in a very bad condition. The Danville school Board pursuant to its decision to bring action against All parents found responsible for the poor attendance of their children at school yesterday aft Noou made another arrest the offending Parent in this instance being William Johnson who resides on North umber Laud Street. The warrant was served by Constable William e. Young action As in the Case tuesday evening being brought under the act of 1901. The Case was heard before Justice of the peace ban. There were two children involved a son Ami daughter of the defendant the former 14 years of at and the latter 10. According to the testimony of the truant officer both were enrolled at the third Ward Public schools but their attendance was marked by Long periods of absence. Upon calling at the Home he was informed that the children were attending the parochial m. D. L. Sechler reported that co school. Upon investigation however plaint has been made about the pave a it was found that while their names Mentor Boardwalk in front of the 1 were upon the Roll at the latter school property owned by h. L. Gross on Mill 1 they were practically not in attend Street. On motion the Street commis Anee. Sooner was ordered to notify the owner i or. Johnson said he had no idea to Lay a new sidewalk. J that his children had been so irregular chief Engineer freeze of the fire in their attendance. During much of department addressed Council on the the time covered by their absence he needs of some of the companies. The Washington hos company requires 150 feet of Hose the Continental company 2 pair of gum gloves and 75 feet of rope. He also asked Council to procure official service badges for the department which he said Are required by the rules of the firemen a Relief association As Well As sufficient rope to Cut Oft from the scene of the fire All travel and curiosity seekers allowing none within tin enclosure but firemen wearing badges. On motion the matter was referred to the committee of fire. The following Council Meir were present George Sechler Justine m. D. L. Sechler Swank Patton Dougherty Gibson and Lloyd. The following Bills were ordered paid water department. Said he was positive that in had sent them to school. The Fine of two dollars was imposed costs amounting to �3.75 additional j or. Johnson gave Security for the payment of both amounting to $5.75. Regular employees extra labor Curry amp Vannan Joseph Leehner United Tel. Amp Tel. Co George Reifsnyder Harry Patton Borough regular employ �137.00 5.38 230.40 48.84 Loo 6.88 20.00 department. £82.50 labor and hauling s. Bailey United Tel. Amp Tel. Co Reub n Boyer George w. Hendricks. A. C. Amesbury 81.89 10.83 in. 00 00 8.87 2.38 presbytery. At tuesdays meeting of the Northumberland presbytery held at Berwick the following officers were elected Rev. C. H. Bruce of Jersey Shore Moderator Rev. Herbert ure of it. Carmel Reading clerk Rev. J t. Cook of Renovo stated clerk Rev. W k. Foster of wat son town. Herman ent clerk. There were 75 delegates present. The Rev. Or. Steans of the Mahoning presbyterian Church preached an eloquent Sermon As Moderator on monday evening. The following were licensed to preach or. Young Williamsport Raymond h. Wilson Danville and a. P merch on Hepburn a i 1 be. The following commissioners to the general Assembly were elected Rev. C. A. Campbell of Northumberland Rev. To. W. Gilland of Shamokin elders Calvin Noyes of Hazleton and George m. Gearhart of Danville. Old timers will reorganize. All lovers of Good base Ball will be glad to learn that a number of Well known citizens have interested themselves in the sport and will Endeavor to have a Good team on the Diamond this season. Last year the work of financing and arranging the Many games fell on the players and in consequence the game suffered greatly. The a old timers made such an elegant showing last year that the old time a a fans As Well As the younger generation were to be seen at every game always making Upan enthusiastic crowd. This year the team will be ably managed and financed. Already letters have been received from College teams and nines from nearby towns and there is no doubt but that there will be plenty of the s a it it All summer. A meeting of the a old timers will be called in a few Days and tin team organized. Practice will begin at dewitts Park where All games will be played. Death of mrs. Tietsworth. . Sarah c. Tietsworth wife of Christian h. Tietsworth died at her Home near Elysburg tuesday after noon at three of clock. Mrs. Tietsworth who was in her <�5th, year was a former resident of Danville and has Many friends Here. She is survived by two sons and two daughters John of Danville Robert who resides near Elysburg Martha an attendant at the Hospital and Mabel of Elysburg. Funeral of Nathan Fenstermacher. The funeral of the hit a Nathan Feu Stelmacher East Danville which was held tuesday afternoon at 2 of clock was very largely attended. The Rev. George Limbert pastor of Shiloh reformed Church conducted the services. The pall bearers were d. R. Williams or. John Sweisfort William Diehl Jacob Miller Andrew Krum and w. H. Orth. Interment took place in the Odd Fellows cemetery. Taken to the Hospital. Jacob Grausman a typhoid fever patient of this City was taken to the Mary m Packer Hospital monday. He was accompanied by Bis father we Del Grausman and or .1 r k i Merer business for Sale cheap. Only Small capital required. General merchandise Stock fixtures and Good will. Rent of store and dwelling Only �13.00 per month. Address Good business care of the amok a an dandelion at this season makes most healthy Green tin Brief mention of the doings of your friends and acquaintances. Mrs. Robert Blue of Mausdale re-1 turned Home yesterday after a visit with mrs. Daniel Heddens Mill Street. Mrs. John Hawk of Watsontown was a visitor in this City yesterday. James c. Brown editor of the j a Columbia county Republican and Post master at Bloomsburg paid a Friendly visit to Post master c. P. Harder at his place of business yester i Day. Grant Sowers spent a few hours in Sun Bury yesterday. Mrs. Rebecca Nesbitt of Lewisburg returned Home yesterday after a visit with the misses Voris Pine Street. A a Benjamin Benz hash spent yes Erda it afternoon in Northumberland. Harry Billmeyer of Washington Ville spent yesterday with friends in this City. Water commissioner Henry l. Gross left yesterday for a visit in Philadelphia. Arthur Lormor of roaring Creek returned Home yesterday after a visit with his grandmother mrs. C. C. Shultz Riverside. Mrs. Geoge Ringler of blooms j spent sunday in this Eity As the j guest of mrs. O. E. Welliver of Vine Street. Mrs. Robert Dent of Bloomsburg spent sunday with friends in this City. Miss Laura Gilbert and George Gilbert of Catawissa spent sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. C. H. Reynolds. Mill Street. Austin Hartman of Berwick spent sunday in this Eity. Paul Argrave of Bloomsburg spent sunday with his parents in this City. Mrs. Samantha Jameson West Mali zoning Street left saturday afternoon i for a visit with her Sou Frank Jameson in Plymouth. Or. And mrs. Cornelius Naley and daughter Margaret spent sunday in a this City. Mrs. Oscar Kase Mill Street returned Home saturday evening from a protracted visit with her daughter in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. E. Boyd Weitzel of Philadelphia arrived in this City saturday evening for a visit with or. And mrs. F. Q. Hartman water Street. Mrs. Robert Moodie and Sou Alfred spent sunday with relatives in Cata Wissa. Mrs. T. H Kimbel of Riverside spent sunday at Howel Vilh. Mrs. A. H. Shultz of Philadelphia arrived in this City saturday for a visit with her parents or. And mrs. J. H. Woodside Mowery Street. Mrs. W. O. Dewitt and son John of Cataw Issa spent saturday at the Home of or. A. T. Dewitt. Riverside. Or. And mrs. Rush Yerrick West Mahoning Street left saturday for t visit with their daughter mrs. Joseph h. Schwartz in Plymouth. Or. And mrs. F. M. Gotwald enjoyed a drive to Bloomsburg saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. J. E. Shuman of Jersey town spent Sukdav with the latter smother mrs. William Hadd Chis West Mahoning Street. Or. And mrs. L. D. A Runyon and son Ralph of Sunbury spent sunday in this City As the guests of or. And mrs. William Heddens. West Mahoning Street. Mrs. De. Seidel accompanied by her Sou William left for Lewistown yesterday in response to a Telegram announcing the serious illness of her sister. Mrs. Sarah so ugly Riverside spent yesterday with relatives in Sunbury. Miss Anna Walleze ferry Street left yesterday for a visit with relatives in Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Superintendent James l. Barber left yesterday morning for Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Charles k. Ford of be 11 Wood Blair county returned Home yesterday after a visit with mrs. A. M. R. Russell Mill Street. Miss Hettie Eck Nan of roaring Creek visited friends in this City yesterday. Livery Man Erwin Hunter was in Hazleton yesterday. Rev. Arthur Herr of pottsgrove was a visitor in this City yesterday. Mrs. T. J. Rogers left yesterday for a visit w Ith her daughter mrs. S. V. Border in Williamsport. Mrs. Emma Ore Witt will return today from a visit in York. Or. And mrs. Samuel Guise of Williamsport Are guests at the Clark Homestead East front Street. William h. Mack of pottsgrove spent several hours in this City yesterday. Miss Rebecca Davidson of South Williamsport arrived in this City yesterday for a visit with relatives. Edward Czechowicz transacted business in Mocanaqua yesterday. Charles Jameson was in Middletown yesterday afternoon. William Fedder of Bloomsburg visited friends in this City yesterday. Mrs. Edward Czechowicz West Mahoning Street spent yesterday with miss Ella Moyer in Berwick. Miss Mazie Fedder of Bloomsburg. Returned Home yesterday after a visit at the residence of Joseph Eck East Market Street. Mrs. Richard Morrall of loin spent yesterday afternoon in this City. Or. And mrs. Arthur Winters of Sun Bury spent yesterday with mrs. Sarah Winters Pine Street viewed from the River Bridge last night destructive fires elsewhere. The dry weather and brisk wind such As have prevailed during the last couple of Days constitute conditions favourable for the spread of Forest fires w hich according to report Aie working great destruction around us. The lire on Montour Ridge tuesday despite the efforts of fifty men employed to Check its Progress continued to Burn during yesterday and last night in a Long line of steadily burning flame it approached the Southern brow of the Ridge in the Vicinity of the a dug Road. The Mountain lire was in full View from the lower sidewalk of the River Bridge where it was viewed by a Large number of people during the Early part of the night. The sight was a Beautiful one the flames leaping High above the Mountain top a circumstance which would indicate that much Timber valuable or otherwise was being consumed. A number of men were still fighting the fire. A very destructive fire according to report was raging last night along the line of Railroad Between Lewisburg and Bellefonte. Several houses Lay in the track of the fire and were destroyed. The fourth of july will be fittingly observed. James b. Shultz passes away. James b. Shultz an old resident of Rush township died at his Home a Short distance above Boyds station Early saturday morning. The deceased who was 80 years of age was stricken with paralysis last september a year ago. He was unable to walk As the result of the stroke but otherwise continued in Good health until about a week ago when he was again stricken death following As a result. The deceased was a brother of the late or. B. F. Shultz and an Uncle of or. C. Shultz of this City. He was a prosperous Farmer andean intelligent Well read Man. He is survived by a Sou. Edward and one daughter Cora mrs. Samuel Eck Man both of whom reside near the Homestead. Danville is to have a Fourtly of july Celebration. The american on several occasions recently called attention to the matter urging an old fashioned Observance of the Day. The first it appears to act of the suggestion is the Continental fire company of the third Ward. At its last meeting the company decided to take up the Observance of the fourth of july providing for a Celebration that will do full Honor to the Day. A committee of arrangements was appointed consisting of Thomas Trainor Edward Loamy and William Mcvey. Each of the other fire companies will be asked to participate. Invitations will to extended also to the firemen of Milton Sunbury Shamokin blooms Burg Berwick and All other near by towns. The events of the Day will consist of a firemen a Parade in the morning and a race on Mill Street in the afternoon to compete for a prize. A feature of the fourth of july will be a picnic at Hunters Park with dancing during afternoon and evening. Will run a special train. A bin delegation of Ltd follows and their friends will attend the anniversary of the order at Jersey Shore on saturday next. To accommodate those who wish to attend the Philadelphia amp Reading railway will my a special train leaving Danville at 7 32 a m. Arriving at Jersey Shore at ,10 a. M. Returning the train will leave Jersey Shore at 5 15 M. Arriving at Danville at s of clock. Excursion fare from Danville �1.0�?~j. Death of David Renner. David Renner died at his residence in a Media Columbia county at 1 of clock yesterday morning. Aged 74 years. Besides his wife he is survived by three sous David of a Media and George and Andrew of this City. The funeral will he held from his late residence on Friday morning. Interment in the a Media cemetery. Or. Renner who resided on the site at present occupied by the state Hospital removed from this place Over forty years ago. Honorable discharge issued. Colonel Clement of the twelfth regiment n. Cd p., in an order just issued approves the following honorable discharges. Company of Danville Corporal Charles b. Nuss Corporal George r. Gross privates William Mccormick Frank Sanders William Poliey. Frank Mordan and Elbert w. Coxe. Laid to rest. The funeral of Xavier Haydn Leduc infant son of or. And mrs. E. J. Leduc Bloom Street occurred saturday afternoon at 3 of clock. The services were held in St. Josephus Catholic Church and were conducted by Rev. M. I. Of Reilly. The pall hearers were William Wohl Joseph duo in Harold Dougherty Harry Blee and John Reilly. The Floral tributes were very Beautiful. Interment was made in St. Joseph s cemetery. Adjourned to May 19. Judges Savidge and Auten after careful consideration have decided to adjourn the term of civil court which was to commence in Sunbury on next monday morning and from All indications tin term of criminal court will also be adjourned. If the epidemic at it. Carmel should subside civil court will Convene on monday May 19. Queen Esther. Prof. Gomor Thomas the musical director. Expresses himself As much encouraged by the degree of proficiency already attained after the Short season of practice. The oratorio which will take place Early in May bids fair to he on of the most notable musical events Ever Given in Danville. The various parts art1 filled with the Best Amateur Talent to be found in this Section. There Are four choruses separate and distinct a chorus of jews a chorus of persians a chorus of boys and one of girls. The orchestra composed of nine pieces will be under the leadership of Herbert Wyle. The cast is As follows Queen Esther mrs. James Scarlet. King Ahasuerus Sam. A. Mccoy. Hainan,th1 Kings Counselor Frank Newbaker. Mordecai a jew John b. Mccoy. Zeresh Hainan s wife miss Elfride Weiss. Mordecai a sister. Mrs. W. L. Mcclure. Maid of Honor mrs. R. J. Allen. Prophetess miss Mary Unger. Persian Princess miss Olive Rauck. Median Princess mrs. Harvey Long Enberger. Scribe Jesse Shannon. Beggar Anthony w. Schott. Hegazi Walter Russell. High priest a. H. Groue. Herald. Frank m. Herrington. Bonah Robert Mapstone. Guards Carlton Mchenry Raymond Herrington. Charles Hart and Frank Brown. They will celebrate. One by one the different organizations of our town Are getting into line for a full and fitting Observance of fourth of july. The last heard from is Washington Camp no. 567, O. S. Of a., of Riverside which is planning for a monster picnic at Dewitt spark of the fourth. Sister Camps of tie order in this City and All nearby towns will be invited to participate ill the big Outing. The program of sports for the Day will comprise a base Ball game bicycle races a shooting match dancing the latter both afternoon and evening. Meals will be served by the ladies of the O. Of a. The committee of arrangements is composed of William Lewis Frank Hummer Charles Riffel David Spotts and William Nuss. J. O. Eberly David Spotts and c. E. Mills form the musical committee. The Golden Eagle mounted. The Large Golden Eagle shot by Peter Saude of West Hemlock township on March 7th last has been mounted by Charles h. Eldon the Well known taxidermist of Williamsport and is now on exhibition in the window of m. H. A Ehram a store. Mill Street. It is a most striking specimen not Only of account of its rarity but also owing to the artistic pose Given the proud and defiant Bird which is Peri led upon a limb evidently in the act of springing Down upon its prey its out stretched wings of nearly seven feet taking in the entire Width of the window. The mounted specimen is the property of James Scarlet,esq., who prizes it most highly. It is Safe to say that it has no counterpart any where in Liis Section of the Union. Funeral of James b. Shultz. The funeral of the late James b. Shultz was held from his Home in Rush township at 1 30 of clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. R. J. Allen officiated. The pall bearers were Simon Vastine William Fox William Kennedy John Springer and Emanuel Bogart. Interment was made in the presbyterian cemetery. Other personal mentions on Page four. For congressional nomination. Frederick Godcharles of Milton and w k. Lord of it. Carmel will be voted for at tin Northumberland county Republican primaries for the congressional nomination. Godcharles wants tin full term while lord is alter the unexpired term of tin Hon r k. Polk eighty six four color machines. Thomas West has now eighty six of tin four color automatic knitting machines the very latest and most Ini proved machines extant installed at his Plant in this City. The Mill yesterday crowded with its three Hundred hands All As Busy As bees presented a animated scene. The pay Roll now amounts to six thousand dollars a month. The dyeing for the Plant is still being done at Plymouth. At the Earnest a solicitation of the citizens work is j slowly being resumed in other depart ments of the Plymouth Mill Idle since the labor trouble last fall. Work last week was begun there of embroidered goods then being something Over a Hundred hands employed. Two Days Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing fall kinds and Descar Pylon it get our prices before you place your orders. Annual event held by the Danville Rifle and Gan club. Harris 8 Gaugler 7 the two Days shooting match of the Danville Rifle and Guu club began at Dewitt spark yesterday morning. A number of crack shots were present yesterday representing among other towns Wilkes Barre Pittston Williamsport and Northumberland. The shoot was an All Day affair beginning at 9 a. M. And with the exception of an hours intermission at noon continuing until 5 M. There was a Large attendance. As will be observed some of the scores Are rather Low compared with tin record of the same shooters last season. This Mas m no Small measure owing to the Strong South West wind prevailing during the Day especially in the afternoon which interfered very much with the shooting. Following Are the scores event 1�?ten targets stroll to Everitt 8 Johnson,9 Harris. 8 dim Mick 9 Lattan 7 Calville it it Murray 6 Speiser 4 Lawrence 7. Event 2�?ten targets stroll 9 late an 6 a. Lawrence a Murray 4 Harris,7 Dimmick 1 Everitt 2 Johnson 5 Speiser 5 Calville 7. Event 3�?ten targets stroll 10 la Tau 9 Harris 10 Stamm 4 Dimmick 7 Everitt 6 Johnson 7 Calville 8 Speiser 3 Dietz. S. Event 4�?ten targets Dimmick,4� Johnson 3 la Tau 5 Everitt 7 Murray 8 c. Lawrence 3 Speiser 10 Stamm 5 stroll 8 Dietz 3 a. Lawrence 8 Dirk 3 Calville 6. Event 5�?fifteen targets stroll 8 la Tau 13 Harris 11 Calville 13 Everitt 11 Murray 7 Speiser 9 Dimmick 10. Event 6�?ten targets la Tau 7 Everett 7 Harris. 7 c. Lawrence 4 Murray 7 a. Lawrence 7 Stamm 5 Philo 4 Dimmick 9 Rudy 6 Dietz 5 Gaugler 4 Calville 8 Schram 4 Speiser 8 stroll 8. Event 7�?teu targets stroll 9 late an 8 Harris 8 Speiser 5 Dimmick 7 Philo 4 Calville 8. Event 8�?ten targets Gaugler 6 Dirk 5 la Tau 6 Everitt it a. Lawrence 7 Dimmick. A Murray 8 c. Lawrence 7 stroll 10 Rudy 6 Speiser a Dietz 3 Philo 6 Harris 8 Stamm. 7 Calville 8. Event 9�?twenty targets Murray 13 Speiser 13 Everitt 13 Calville 17 Dimmick 15. Event iut miss Ana out a Peiser a stroll 5 Lawrence,4 Harris 3 late an 0. Event 11�?ten targets Scrani 3 Murray 8 Dietz i Harris 9 Speiser 9c. Lawrence a Stamm,8 Philo. 7 stroll 9 Rudy. 5 Calville 7 a. Lawrence 0. Event 12�?ten targets Piile 4 Stroh 8 Speiser 8 Harris 9 Murray 8 Stamm,7 Lunger 4 Calville 7 Dietz i Rudy 5. 13�?five pairs Speiser 6 stroll 7 a. Lawrence 6. 14�?ten targets Philo 8 Stamm 1 Lawrence 7 a Dietz. 8 Harris. 8 Mur Stroh 16 la Tau 14 Harris 18 event Phile 5 event Stroh 8 Speiser. Ray 5. Event Phile 7 15�?teu targets Stroh 9 Harris 9 Murray,9 Stamm Rudy 3 Dietz 2 Speiser. 10. Board of stewards meet. The Board of stewards of tin Danville District of the Central Pennsylvania conference met in or. Paul a m. E. Church yesterday morning to make tin usual apportionment of the presiding elders and the Bishops salaries. The following were present e. 11. Horner and i. L. Hill of Turbotville or. A. T. Poffnberger of Sunbury w. M. Bredbenner of Berwick to Olin Marty. Sr., of Beaver Meadow m. L. Morgan of Northumberland James d. Millard of Beach Haven William f Gearhart of Riverside a. Campbell and Alfred a. Owen of Shamokin or. L. B. Kline of Catawissa Edward Simmons of Hazleton and Hon. James c. Brown of Bloomsburg. System of signals. The d. L. Amp w. Railroad is installing the semaphore system of train signalling along the Bloomsburg division. The apparatus for the display of the signals arrived at the station Here yesterday. It will be erected on the opposite Side of tin track from the office window about nine feet Distant where it can in manipulated by the Telegraph operator. Jones Snyder. William Jones son of mrs. Eleanor Jones Railroad miss Bessie Snyder daughter of or. And mrs. Samuel Snyder Riverside were married in Binghamton n. Y., monday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. H. Pierce of the methodist episcopal Church that City. The Bride and Groom returned to Danville tuesday afternoon on tin 1 35 i. I. Amp w. Train. Death of Nathaniel Fenstermacher. Nathaniel Fenstermacher a widely known resident of this county died at his Home. East Danville of saturday afternoon. The deceased was 75 years of age and had been ill for a period of four months. He is survived by a wife and a daughter. Trailing Arbutus parties an ing popular. Besom Cherry blossoms have made their appearance on several Trees in the surrounding valleys. This is certainly a Good Sigu of the setting in of tin warm weather. Rev. Browne a discourse Oon vacation of Archdeaconry opened monday with a masterly Sermon. The convocation of the Williamsport Archdeaconry of the diocese of Central Pennsylvania convened in this City monday. By evening a Large number of tin clergy Beloi ing to the a elide Aenry had reported who during the convocation will be quartered As follows Rev f. J. Clero of Philip Surg and Rev. M. E. Nash of Antrim a at the rectory. Rev. Norman Stockett Philips Burg Rev. J. T. Skottowe of Westfield Rev. Charles e. Fessenden Mansfield Rev. W. E. Kunkle Milton a v. E. H. Eckel Williamsport Baldy House. Rev. F. Yarnell Coudersport Rev. Charles Morison Sunbury Rev. William Jenkins Jersey Shore Rev. G. C. Foley Williamsport Rev. A. R. Dewitt. Muncy Montour House. Rev. George i. Brown of Bellefonte Rev. N. T. Hauser. Blooms urge at j. C. Peifer a West Market Street. The session opened monday eve. In Christ episcopal Church. After Evensong which was conducted by Rev. E. H. Eckel of Christ Church Williamsport a Sermon a preached by Rev. G. I. Brown of Belle Fonte who founded his remarks on the 1st and 2nd verses of the second chapter of or. Paul a epistle to Timothy. It was a most scholarly and advanced discourse contrasting the episcopal Church with the protestant and the roman Church. Taking a Survey of christianity he found that it presents itself in the three great aspects of protestantism anglicanism and romanism. Dwelling upon the High Faith in the Mission of the Church which is essential among her followers he dwelt upon some of the difficulties encountered. In a sense the a a episcopal Church is a nameless Church. There is no one of the several names by which it is known among others which satisfies its members or which truly represents its character. The Legal title a protestant episcopal testifies to but a fragment of its history and but a portion of the truth for which it stands. The shortened form a a episcopal is hut slovenly vulgar and ignorant Slang. The a american Catholic a the a american Church a terms often used Are More adequate. They Are sure however to be abused and ridiculed by those unfriendly who would interpret a a Catholic to suit themselves. As a fair historical statement the episcopal Church he said is the ancient and original Church of the English speaking people and nations of Anglo axe it a blood and tradition. What she is believed to be in character is an integral part of the great whole which tin words of the Creed Are called tin one holy Catholic apostolic Church founded by Jesus Christ on Earth and among men for the salvation and the perpetuation of his holy reign in their hearts the knowledge of his Power and teaching the transmission of his authority Power and Grace. It is a fact capable of almost mathematical demonstration that the lines for future Christian Unity drawn from All existing sections converge and intersect exactly on the position of the anglican Church. It is therefore the one possible strategical position for ultimate Christian Unity. Protestantism is divided in itself is at heart and in spirit in its present attitude in opposition to the claim the teaching tin heritage of historic christianity. Romanism outline other hand in he literature her mind and in her official pronouncement pays the anglican Church the tribute of constant exaggerated and vindictive attack while anglicanism Lias Ever held out to protestantism and romanism alike a Friendly hand which each has roughly pushed aside. The evening session of the Archdeaconry was set apart for missionary work. The Archdeacon led off with some very remarks on the subject of meals asserting that we Are All idealists to some extent. Having ideals we Are All obliged to sacrifice something to attain to them. God is always on the Side of the Man who is persevering and self sacrificing the Church has an Ideal in the spread of the gospel and every missionary must be an in a. A list and his Success will be measure. D by the amount of his person ver Auoe and self sacrifice. A Rev. N. T. Houser of Blossburg followed in the same vein. A to the Christian the question is not so much whether we do right As whether our motives arc rights whether our hearts Are right. Scrutinize your Moti ves therefore to see whether they Are such As god would approve. We rail do a great Deal of work which is called Charity and yet is not Charity. We May give away our earthly substance. Clothe the naked feed the hungry and yet fail to please god while if we give Jis Little As a drop of cold water in the name of our lord we shall not fail of our Reward. Bishop Talbot was next introduced by the Archdeacon who paid him a Nice tribute by describing him As a Matt of a High ideals. A the Bishop dwelt upon the pleasure he la Elt in meeting with the clergy of this Archdeaconry which he described a the smallest of the four in the continued on Page 4.