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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 19, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaState lib vol. 55�?no 81danville pa., thursday. August 19, 1909 established in 1855 or. Irving h. Jennings Deni 1st. Office hours a. To 12 m m Mill st., \ m. To 2 p. M. Danville a. C. Or be Ier a ill Ltd m. 4 75 Mill st., Danville a. Ases of the stomach Ami intestines 1 a specially result of saturdays games Danville 8 Nanticoke 1. Nescopeck 9 Blozic Sherg 1. Shicks ii Nuy 5 Berwick 1. Beuton 7 Aldeo to items condensed. Wanted a local agent Toad vertigo an. Luce t i new a of atonal work Webster s dictionary and Atlas of tie would. Must i educated and aide to furnish Pood references As to ability and character. The a a afield publishing company Akron Ohio. A oar of lumber collapsed at Lavelle and fell on Oscar Yoder Billing him. Stone of the hotel men at mercers Brug have been prosecuted for Selling standing of the clubs. W l. . In Uticone .14 4 .778 Danville. .13 4 .765 Shickri Ginny. 30 8 .556 Nescopeck. 9 9 .500 Tsutou. .8 9 .471 Bloomsburg. .7 10 .412 Berwick. .6 12 .833 Alden. 4 15 .211 those blooms burgers who for the last week have through their local with a been cinching saturday a Nescopeck for themselves customer. The prisoners in the work Lions a at Claremont All Eligey county Are kept busily engaged in building the Walls of an addition to the edifice. The Forest fires in the Vicinity of Williamsport Are now All under control. But Are not yet ont. And require the efforts of "00 men to fight them. Samuel Darku a Cigar manufacturer of Mark via a Berks county. Bill three bottles of Beer at a time to one and counting on a sure defeat for Dan Ville at the hands of the league leaders must have much the same feelings now that the aged lady who counted her chickens before they had broken the Shell. Pardon us please if we smile audibly. Never having been in quite the ame position Aud standing ourselves we can to perhaps appreciate their feelings righty hut we extend our Heartfelt sympathy. Manager Hoffman s Pennant chasers de himself by shooting at Freeland never Felt More like Hunting die nails unrequited love is alleged to be the to tack up the Pennant and with some canse. Reason. Never has the team worked so there Aro More alleged ballot frauds splendidly. Nanticoke Lias played nue in tie Schuylkill con nov primary elections reported. The patriotic order son6 of America in a recent me sting decided o join the fight to purify the ballots. A lamp exploded at the Home of Ralph Detwil Erat Vamie grif to height Aud As tie result the House is badly damaged one child is dead Aud Aneth More game than Danville Ami both have lost four. We have a idea that by saturday next Danville and Nanti Coke will be tied for first place. Orc strike 1 two strikes 1 Batter out such was the sporting music that fell with Harmony on the ears of two thousand fans saturday afternoon when the locals lowered the Aspi Raer is dying w Hile the Mother sustain tons of the Anthracite sluggers for de severe barns. First place in the race of the Susque a meeting will be held in Pittsburg Hanna league. Probably never in on monday to consider the Auvie Abili Theta history of base Ball in Danville to of building a Tunnel or Bridge to did the local team play such Ball and Cross under or Over the Moon Gatheia never was a local team give the ova River to you next the pity proper with Tiou and enthusiasm As were the South Hills. A Browns in Aid of their death Deal a dog owned by Stephen i. Ham blow Quot to the slate pickers of South Ino url who is dead in Chester and Ern Wyoming Valley. Nanticoke was who adopted the and Mala few Vears there with a special train carrying two ago. When it had a broken leg made Lynndred rooters Danville was there frantic efforts to jump alongside the win two thousand fans the photog master when he was dying. Now it , was there Aud evidently hovers near the death chamber Refus lug food. Thieves who entered the hardware store of Price amp Striet at Rochester stole a half dozen revolvers and some ammunition and then set fire to the building causingfb.000 damage. Seven persons Are mysteriously mining from Home in the Vicinity of Wilkes Barre and resist All efforts of the police or their relatives to locate them. Howard curl of Darby has a Sunflower measuring twelve feet in his Garden. It �6 the biggest Plant of that species Ever grown in that Section Aud naturally is attracting much Atten of Cion. Three thousand strikers of the pressed steel car works attended the fun Oral of Steve Horvath a striker who was billed in an attack of major Smith a ool cred Man at Mckee s Rock on thursday. Fifteen election officers Aud the democratic members of the Board of county commissioners Are under arrest As the result of the wholesale investigations being made in the alleged Schuylkill county election frauds. Pucka county Firrera in the Vicinity of Warrington and Chalfont Are beginning to wonder whose barn will go next As the result of the depredations of a fire Bug who has been exceedingly Active in that Region . An Anto skidded at the eur Rance to Fairmount Park in Philadelphia and overturned. As a result the Shaffeur. Dames Dugan was aider the f i d oat to Koehler ending the first machine and had his life used out in Danville s half. Hess struck ont. While three other occupants were i might a Umlauf carefully Foll was there Eure old Hal Danville was going to do struck off the faces of the Bunch of which Danville is proud. A Pinky Quot was there with the goods and Dooley accepted them As they were delivered Welsh with ease Aud Grace was a prize first Sacker Livengood took a Safe one Aud accepted everything Umlauf opened the three bag race Hess starred of Koveleskie s excusable error Koehler called Down the Only one Itiat came his Way Mackert fooled tie left fielder with a a Dazzler Quot and Metzler had Oue of the three Home touches Oue of the Safe ones Aud capped the Climax with a hair splitting catch off of Center Field Fence with a gentlemanly apology to the splinters on the rough Side of a Hemlock Board. President William l. Mccollum of the Susquehanna league who witnessed the game stated that the game was the Best Aud cleanest exhibition of Amateur baseball lie has Ever seen. He spoke particularly of the work of Hess at third. It was a Pitcher s Battle Frozen first to last the locals Only getting for Safe ones and a Pinky Quot was Only touched for nine inning the cleanest Aud fastest Ball was played by both sides Danville having a Little the better of the game from every standpoint. Lehr for Nanticoke took the bludgeon in band for to Koveleskie just for fun passed him to first. Evans foaled to Dooley an i Ler was caught on first for one of the two double plays Early in the game that got the Goat of the visiting league leaders. Brannon de i. Truty bludgeon faced Jenkins and promptly clouded out a Joy producer that awoke the crowd some. When the smoke cleared away Umlauf grinned of third. He scored on Bren no no a passed Ball. Jenkins struck out i Walsh and Dooley in order. In the second Sherauski for Nanti joke str k ont. Walsh was hit on the a thousand delegates Are expected to Arm. Murray next up shoved Down a gather in Pittsburg at the convention grounder to Koveleskie who threw to Umlauf at second who threw to Jared Marie Scherer aged 75 Vears was found dead in the Allegheny River near Pittsburg. She is thought to have committed suicide while despondent Over a quarrel with her on in Law Over the burning of some papers. Of the United boys brigade of am Erica to be held october 1, 2 and preparations Are being made for the biggest meeting in the history of the organization. Determined to Stop the number of mine disasters there has been a Rescue station established at the South Wilkes Barre Colliery at Wilkes Barre. One feature is the installing of six helmets into which oxygen ran bar roped and with which a Miner Nan Euter a Gas filled mine with Minu Uitz pleased. No to be outdone the local boys collected two runs Aud filled the league Lea in s leading layout with despair. Y sir. Itiat bad and it happened thusly Livengood hit to right Field Koehler struck out Livengood was caught trying to steal second. With two out and things looking shaky Metzler beat out a grounder to first. Mackert following his a High Fly which left fielder Lehr failed to get. Aud circled to second Metzler scoring. Hess next up got his base on balls stole Sayoud Aud on the play. Mackert scored. Did the crowd applaud to they just made a noise like a million Aud Tore their i air. Umlauf struck out retiring the Side. This ended tie scoring. In the ninth Nanticoke came to Bat with bad in Teut ious they were desperate Aud Well they might be. The prize rag was slipping away from them and they thought they owned it. Already they had received notification of said fact by some thousands of rooters and it was do or die and they died. Not intentionally my to chief undertaker Koveleskie Aud first assistant Metzler assisted in the demise shei Snuski drove a Long Fly to Metzler. Walsh Laid a grounder to Livergood Aud was thrown out at first. Murray next up. Hit Oue of �?opinkie�?Ts1 Choice w hich caused two thousand Odd fans to gasp. It soared gracefully in the air selecting Center Field Fence As the most Distant Point Aud made directly for it. It sure looked Good for a Homer. A reds Quot who Isnit married was on the Job however and with a Marathon run beat it to the Fence Aud with a mighty slap that made a noise in league circles plastered it against the boards and the came was Over. Sweeney Wen lie spoke for himself he Sall there Aud he a right on the Job every minute. The score Danville. R. H so Hess 8b Umlauf is Welsh la. Dooley c Koveleskie p Livengood 2b Koehler of Metzler of Mackert if total o. A. E. .0 0 0 0 a .0 0 1 11 0 0 1 .0 o 10 1 of .0 0 0 i 0 1 1 a 0 1 0 0 1 0 o 1 i 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 4 27 12 2 Nanticoke. R. H. O. A. E. 0 0 1 0 0 .0 1 0 0 0 .0 0 13 2 0 .0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 .0 0 o 0 o 0 1 2 1 1 .0 0 0 o 0 .1 3 24 1 Lehr. If. Evans of Rran Uon. Sherauski Walsh la. Murray 2b Haley is Jenkins p. Total Nanticoke .00001000 0�?1 Danville.1 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 x�?8 sacrifice hits Umlauf. Buskirk stolen bases Hess 2. Double plays Dooley to Welsh Covele Kie to uni Lauf to Welsh Brannon to base hits. Mackert. Three Lase hits. Umlauf. Struck out by Koveleskie i by Jenkins my. Bases on balls off Coveleskie 8, off Len Klos 2 hit by pitched balls Hess Walsh. Passed Ball Brannon 8. Left on base Dar. Ville 4. Nanticoke 2. Umpire Sweeney. Time ofggame.91 .55. Won 30-lost 11 saturday marked the forty third game played this season by the locals. Of of the forty three they have won thirty lost eleven tied one with Sec shinny and have one to play with Bloomsburg. The record is in excellent Ona and Speaks rather Well for a team that a has been in Tho Field something les3 than a season. Are we awake to the kind of stuff we Are us aug to play Ball keep your Eye on Tho youngsters and after they grow older so to speak maybe make some baseball noise that you won t have to listen to Lear. The contract for the Cotner Bridge the largest of the four let by the county on saturday was awarded to the Nelson Meredith co., of Chambersburg the Price being $i097. The Bridges at Sheddon son Buck run mid at Muff Leys were awarded to Owego Bridge Cora Pauy at $830, 1815, and 742 respectively. There were nine firms bidding represented As follows. P. A. de construction co. Albany n. Y. To. S mall value Millva iut amp co., Chambersburg j. M. Whitley Owego Bridge co. Owego. N. Y. Thomas Haines Beau Bridge co. Beaver Kalis will Lachart an Buchanan Bridge Cobham Bossburg Foyd a. Mussser. York fridge co., York j. B. Long Nelson Meredith co.�chata-. A i Amburg Aud George w. Rockwell of Sunbury. Notwithstanding the keep rivalry and Competition existing among the Bridge companies the representatives when together prove a Jolly and congenial lot seem to enjoy the occasion of a letting. Each Man had Bidden according to his judgment with an Eye single to his company s interest Aud that he. Should irs in View of the multiplicity of bidders was probably rather to be expected than otherwise. Our county will have several other Bridges to build vet this season Aud the Bridge men will be Back again in a Hert time. Bids were invited Only for the sop restructure of the Bridges. Separate contracts will be awarded for the substructure or Stone work. The bids submitted saturday were As follows. Nelson Merydith at Corner s #1097 at Muffley a #814 Back s a $859 Sheddon a $379. Owen Bridge Cote Era a. $1142 Muffley a $742 Buck s run $315 Sheddon a. #380. United construction co. A Cotner a $1300 Muffley a $860 Bucko a run $339 Sheddon s $422. Moll value amp , #1440 mufflers $980 Buck s Rau #4t0 Sheddon a $522. Penn Bridge s #1487 Muffley a. #935 Buck s my $485 Sheddon s. $449. Buchanan Bridge co. A Corners $1349 Muffley a $761 Buck s run. $894 she dons $&Quot.74. George w. To Fewell Cotner v$1789 Maffley #1298 ruckus run #359 Sheddon s #487. C. H Reimard of Bloomst re bid for the substructure and superstructure Complete As follows Cotner a 1672.60, Muffley a $806.50 Buck run $694.10 shed Jon. $690.10. The York Bridge company put in a bid for Only one at Buck s run. The figure was #525. The contract for the Coiner Bridge was accordingly awarded to Nelson Meredith co. Aud the contract for the other three Bridges to the Owego Bridge co., these firms being the Low est. Night the prolonged drought the most severe since 1880,was effectually broken by a rain which continue. From 9 30 o clock monday night until Daylight tuesday morning. The rain was general. The refreshing effect was not Only apparent of vegetation but also of humanity whose spirits took a Swift rebound from the discouragement Aud depression caused by the drought to tiie height of hopefulness and Good spirits. Tiit Farmers in Market tuesday morning were a Happy lot. To them Tho rain meant something More Tuliau the Mere settling of the dust Aud the bringing about of conditions More conducive to personal Comfort. To the Farmers the rain is a matter of dollars and cents As it came in the Nick of time to Rescue several of tie crops that seemed doomed to destruction. It is surprising How much Good the rain really did on the farms. A number of Market people were heard to express themselves of the subject. All agreed that the corp will be enormously benefited. Several causes have conspired to retard the growth of this crop Aud it is in a backward state. Unless Frost appears Early Corn will have a fell Mouth in which to mature. As the effect it tiie rain there May still be a fairly Good corp crop. Where the potato vines Are still Green potatoes May grow a Little but Farmers tuesday seemed to agree that the Outlook for this crop is rather dark. Tomatoes cabbage and Garden truck in general will to greatly benefited. Pasture will be revived while buckwheat turnip jin., will have a splendid Chance. The rain while heavy at no time approached a downpour. The thirsty Earth drank it up As it fell and at to places were the drains Aud gutters overtax i there was no perceptible Rise of the River tuesday although there was quite an accumulation of Muddy water in Mahoning Creek while blizzard s run which had become quite dry was set Raunig again. At most places the rain Sank into tie ground a trifle Over plow deep. It was the first Good rain that we had for at least two Mouths. The falling rain was a Novelty that All enjoyed. Tuesday morning the deep Dur so Long a nuisance had Given place to mud and water on our streets and highways but even this proved a refresh ing Cli auge after the Long drought. The grass of the lawns and in memorial Park has already taken of a Greener color where entirely dead it has begun to show signs of sprouting out again. It will undoubtedly he but a few Days until All effects of the drought have vanished. S Railroad officers Chase traps Walsh being a narrative of Danville a second double play in As Many innings Danville went out in order. In the fifth Nanticoke tied the score. Murray got a base on balls Buskirk sacrificed Haley struck out Murray scoring on Umi Anfu a misjudgement of leu King a grounder. After this dire feat the slate pickers failed to get a Man to the second bag the remainder of the game. Koveleskie owned the game Aud passed Etc up As 1� the Pennsylvania Railroad police from Williamsport and Sunbury assembled in the latter place of Tuet Day afternoon Aud then went to the location of the work of the new rail Road Yards at Northumberland for the purpose of driving away the Large number of tramps who Are making their Headquarters at that place. These tramps have been loitering around the work and have become a nuisance big gig on the streets of Northumberland and getting drunk and creating Many disturbances. Stealing throughout the town Lias become nightly occurrences Aud women Are insulted 1 evry Day when they refuse to give the tramps food or clothing. The tramps have knowledge that the workmen Are to be paid within the next few Days time and Are congregating in Large numbers. The Railroad police will make a trip to the work every Day and keep chasing the tramps away. Nelson Merydith amp co. To whom the contract was awarded for constructing the Bridge at Corners is the aim that Bill the Bridge Over the Chillis Nasoe at Washingtonville last year. The firm is represented by j. B Long. Who has made Many friends at Danville and throughout Montour county on the occasion of his visits. The Owego Bridge co., to which were awarded the contracts for the other three t smaller Bridges never did any work for the county before although on several occasion they appeared As unsuccessful bidders. Bids for substructure on next saturday the contracts will be awarded tor the Stone work of the several Bridges to be built. In each instance work of the superstructure will begin As soon As the abutments Are ready. They will All be this summer. Berwick boy has disappeared no traces have yet been found of Raymond Porter a Berwick boy who disappeared on Friday last from the Home of Daniel Longenberger at Berwick. Leaving the House about 8 o clock nothing has since been seen or heard of him. He had been sent to the Home of or Lou Genbi it Roger about a year ago by miss Helen Holloway of the humane society and has alway been Well treated and never uttered tiie least complaint which fact makes the mystery of his strange disappear Aace so Mueh the More sprang. A As Coon As he was missed by the family a search was at once instituted and though the police in All of the surround aug towns have been notified to thing has since been Learned of him. He is described As being about four feet six inches tall has coarse Brown hair. He wore at the time he left a Blue Aud White shirt no coat Blue overalls Aud a Chip Straw hat any information will be appreciated by . Holloway of 1408 front Street. Berwick. Word can be sent by Bell a phone. Colonel Clement re elected the Pittsburg Telephone companies have to their sorrow found ont something new about the Lincoln pennies. These coins make the Telephone Slot machines work just As Well As Nickels Aud the Publio has with its Tsuai Sharp Quot Quot a lady found this ont. Charley m. Clement of Sunbury was re elected commander of the twelfth regiment. National guard of Pennsylvania at a meeting of the line officers of the regiment held at son Berv tuesday evening in the armory of companies e and k. The election was conducted by brigadier general c. Bow Dougherty of Wilkes Barre commander of the third brigade. At the organization it the National guard of Pennsylvania in october colonel Clement will Likely be made a brigadier general either of the new brigade then to be formed or to succeed general c. Bow Dougherty who will Likely succeed major general John a. Wiley of f Ranklin As division commander. Thaw returned to Matte a wan the fifth annual Outing of the Farmers tri county picnic association which took place at Dew Ltd s Park yesterday brought out the usual Large attendance a record breaking attendance was anticipated but this failed to materialize that a unprecedented outpouring of the people did not occur was probably due to the unsettled state of the weather. The Day dawned Cloudy Aud the by was overcast pretty nearly All Day. To strengthen did Trust Quot the official forecast in the morning a predicted a unsettled hundreds of Farmers especially those Wiio resided at a distance a halted Between two opinions in the morning. That a Large number decided not to take the risk of getting Jewet is Only natural. However hundreds even thousands were undeterred by weather conditions Aud resolutely ventured Forth to join the popular Outing. That they had a Good time to one would doubt who was present at the Park. It was an eur pious concourse of people apparently filling every Nook of the Park. A feature to be noted Only on tiie occasion of a Farmers picnic was the Long array of horses Aud carriages which occupied the outposts so to speak. Although few persons were to be found yesterday who would assert that the attendance was any larger Tuliau last year yet Early every one seemed impressed with the fact that the number of vehicles tied up around the Park exceeded the number in evidence last year or any season previously. It interesting sight the comfortable carriages and the sleek Well kept horses hundreds in number standing Cioth Side by Side several deep encircled the swaying mass of human beings that filled every part of the Park. The Farmers put in the entire a Lay at the Park. It was scarcely eight o clock when Tivey began to arrive. They came from every direction. Hundreds drove through Dauville during the Forenoon in Many instances whole families were represented while in every vehicle the traditional picnic Basket Well filled. Was in evidence. A Large contingent representing the locality Between Danville Aud Loouis Hurt if not beyond the latter Point came to Danville by trolley at the d. L. Amp w. Crossing transferring to the Danville and sub try line about noon the exodus from Danville began. For about three hours the two cars plying backwards Aud forwards Between the Park and the d. L. Amp st., crossing were poked. The stores were All closed and tiie business a vol. Of town along wit i the Farmers took a. Holiday. The Lilli water Mark of a Ltd Tendance was reached about 8 of cloth in the after no n the a calculation five i to a were on the ground. By that hour dinner was Over a the remains of rept with Pooh atly other delicacies for supper simply covered with table Linen immaculate in its whiteness covered the scores of tables that had been provided in View of the big attendance anticipated. Dancing was much enjoyed by the Young people. Ball playing was also a sport that attracted the Young. Several races were called off during the afternoon the winners being As follows. Potato races James Mckenna and Clarence Hagenbuch. Lag race Charles Pehowic. Shoe race Luther Reighard. Lantern race John Orteau. A sad Case of suicide occurred near Dewilta spark yesterday afternoon the victim of the self inflicted wound being Frank Yordy of Trevorton. Who was attending then county Farmers picnic. The shocking affair took place shortly after four of clock and cast a gloom Over the festivities. The facts us far As Learned Are As follows Yordy is a married Man about 27 years of age. His wife is a sister of . Richard w. Sunder this City and for some time part has been visiting the latter at her Home on West Mahoning Street. Yesterday . Yordy attended the tri county picnic and while there she met her huge baud. It was less than ten iniuute6 after having a conversation with his wife that tiie Mau shot he self. The rash act was committed on Avenue d about four Hundred feet North of Shannon a greenhouse the shot was distinctly heard in the Park. Joseph Reed who lives near the Green House and heard the shot was one of the first to reach the spot. He was joined by a Farmer who happened along the Road at the moment of the tragedy. In a few minutes there was quite a crowd of tiie spot made no mostly of persons from the Park who had heard the report of the pistol an examination revealed that the Man had shot himself twice once in the left Side below the heart Aud again in the head just Back of the ear. It was the latter wound that was essentially fatal As tiie brain substance seemed oozing out of the wound. It l altogether probable Attiat the Runau Bent of self destruction first sent a Bullet into his Side hut fearing that it would not accomplish its purposed decided to make death certain by shooting himself in the head. Justice of the peace e. W. Yonng took the Case in hand. He Impan eled a viewed the body but adjourned to reconvene at 8 of clock this morning when in All probability a verdict will be rendered. Undertaker George w. Roat took the remains in charge. At the undertaking rooms of the latter last evening the body was viewed by Richard w. Snyder of this City who fully identified it As that of his brother in Law. Frank Yordy. The dead Man was a resident of Trevorton where his father and Mother reside lie was Well dressed and presented a clean Aud tidy appearance. Additional information will prob ably be brought ont at the Coro or s inquest Tibia morning. Release of tramps Ord Koi by judge explosion claims Milany victims Harry thaw returned to Mattawan yesterday. He had to Purchase an additional grip to carry All his belongings from White Plains. As it was. He threw out several hundreds of letters most of which were from Cranks Aud i women. The thaw was Learned today will make a attempt now to have thaw released from Mattawan and committed to the custody of his relatives. They will agree never to let him out unless accompanied Hamem Bre of the family or a special attendant. It is personal interest Fiat makes any Enterprise win. A charter has been applied for for the Irwin and Herminie traction company to us oozed the Pittsburg Mckee port and Westmoreland traction com Pany Manning Stires retired. It is said that $40.000 in Bonds will be issued to Secare improvements. A dreadful catastrophe occurred in Philadelphia about 3 of clock yesterday afternoon. Two Gas tanks in the p. A a r. Yards at ninth Street Ami fair mount ave one exploded creating great havoc. Half a dozen buildings were wrecked and a fire started which swept along the East Side of eighth Street for nearly a Square three men were killed. A Large number Are mining among them being six plumbers. Eight men were blown in the air fifty to a Hundred Leer All being killed or fatally injured. In a test Case a. F e judge fanning of Towanda an user Vas made for the release of two tramps who had been convicted of vagrancy before a Justice of tie peace of Sayre and sentenced to Teu Days in jail. One of the reasons assigned for the release of the prisoners Aud which was sustained by the Coart. Is that the Hirw provides for a Grauch the sentence shall be not less than thirty nor Moie than sixty Days at hard labor and therefore a ten Days sentence in the county jail without hard labor will not stand. In View of the courts decision the magistrates of Sayre Are a a of Coliat undecided As to what to do with prisoners brought before them for vagrancy and illegal train Riding. Even though they Are sentenced to thirty or 6ixty Davs the sheriff claims he has to Way in which to employ them aim the attorneys Are not certain that they a an be but to the county Home. Weather Bureau making Good hrs. Hornberger Laid to rest . Jacob Hornberger whose death occurred sunday was consigned to the grave in the lutheran cemetery yesterday afternoon. The services were conducted in fit. John s lutheran Chyroh by the Rev. Or. pastor. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were Henry Hornberger of Pawpaw,iii.,Fred and William Hornberger of f Ort Wayne Lud Jacob Hornberger and wife Adana Dettling and son Ralph of Williamsport. Answering a recent Magazine stricture on its abilities As a prognosticator the weather Bureau Lias issued a a bulletin intended to disprove the theory that the Bureau a has not made instead however of giving its own opinion of its work the weather Bureau has gathered together in this 65 Page bulletin opinions expressed in hundreds of newspapers throughout the country Aud in letters from representatives of various commercial agricultural Aud maritime interests ail Teu Diug to uphold the work of Tho Bureau. Of More than 500 newspaper criticisms received by the Bureau All but three were favourable. Young life closed. Helen Marie daughter of mr., and . Harry Walker Foust Street died at 7 30 o clock yesterday morning aged 3 years 5 months Aud 9 Days. Death was one to a complication of diseases. The funeral will take place Friday at 2 p. M interment in Odd Fellows cemetery

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