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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaLib me paper i i 4 a 1 11 is coi try . No Al k 1 1 a null Al lkl.1 l til it supplies All of its own 1 mands wit ii its own m. Dan Bijj. Pa., Tiirik Day Ai a my St 2 s. In my. Established in i85r, to i it a Kimlon $1 Elk Iii Ali i it ii 11 m not a i ii i co Iii do i. Nil 11 Lis i in Al a torn Rollin a for i i i x he. I i Ion of a water in. I see ral ballots Rolat i itty r a Ere taken but 11�� tin at a most unfortunate a i Ltd it a a eur of at the Corner of i Viii Ami Mill Street a about 1 o clock sat morning when Joseph Paris nought. A lab f ii och so it ult in h a deadlock the vote a iring Man was run Over by. I. A tie Iii As at the Hannans Nuto Nobil Previn the i Rati. Bretl t fun it it ii As a result of a Thieu ii or it Small t a he my. Nut a ii i t a t of i Light be i a going tit Chiu a in i wat of North i ult men str we Organ Ellair ,1 few Amplo Brewer s Union has a Attu a Lish ult i ill of Fie a a la Tab xes of auth a it Region the in Ltd re a has Union t a v. In Uve at fully. In the up i part if the previous meeting. Tin w o. I therefore ii till unset tied i Miil. When tie subject a ame up. I proceeded in i Vole for tie two Cai lid a it d at the previous meet a my Jena Ina a ote in ulsted in a tie As Fol t Low s k r vast inc. Hover Heden i my Vin. Hughes. Fun , Rosoli diet itty Angle it by orig a Blent that the same dead lock would r de that hot i or. Ruus naughty a injuries it i it i a a lived will not prove of a serious nature but the Accident is unfortunate in that it should have been caused by or Vannany a automobile. For there is no More humane More careful and Leif Snyder and Charles withal More experienced Aii twist than or. Kantian win Eva i As Driver when the Man was struck. It was simply a piece of ill Luck All around. Or. Vai Inan. Who was on his 1 was to a will g Brox Vns a garage was coming Down Mill Staci t wholly wit i. In the Speed limit giving warning at it i it ii a or Russell Litov intervals when lie a danger ahead candidates he Droppel about the time he reached the Brox Vil Tlle a Fate. w him re Ami at a a it a inv it i be to boat a m in worst bract o Al Pul it it ought to be Muri Hhie Ludiry univ of a tto a to Nighbor rail lit in will m until it is. Tim v Stu Uitz ill it my a new he St he the follow my vote \ i so distort Russell Dietz Jan. Fumigant. \ i v \ i i me. R.o\er, i eth a Al Ell Hart git Oiler in it to it a i�4�?~i that util t. The Mici Igar in a it a i Pill tin sunday night loaf Prangle and Hughes la Ord i to it a break the deadlock or. J Jacobs no a Nii hated a g. Hursel Asmi pm Ell a c 111 a a . 11 tin m i mat loll. Another vote was la. N taken with the following result. A let vast in but or Bede i i aids in Gibson Ami Hughes i ii. a it Russell. Dietz ii a Hurt Ami Anglo 1 Ursyl Jacohs. In w hat he mid i. To n a vhf us a the a Jodie ii Man Utt the by St usim is Manl Vert i set does not r t Han it found ii i in a it of a Friend least not the of i a go Hal Sermon in tie Story a of the a Dorado Man who int a the Stan for Jav Lieut a of a tax not Asj a sell against him As suggested in the acknowledgement of Jiayi Liett. Ills 1ion i worthy to emulation that is certainly a id a of a re Diug Manfu a Huhl i it it Vimr with the he a us a in a huge Circle h having the Center tor a Park and grm rat re Itina k n t think a of it u Fri Tlle Cranberry crop plus fall will he larger Titan Ever that will to to b Tau Kotul for in novem or univ they charge i to cd uts for turkeys tote county solicitor of la a in tuna a duty Itas taken into court by in ails it a big a a Titi Oti tin matl a t having paved the Mam to it of the Conn to Fri a in a no Rutlt it it the other thus pro t Plemlie to tour Vard still a a a la Nim for on in methods of caring for India at 1m elected Phis building Joseph fun naught whoa on his Way to the live re stable step pad a a to the pavement in front of the City hotel Ami started a lows i vim Street. At the same instant or. Van Nan swung around the Corner with his automobile striking tin Man aim is before lie had left the crossing. It was a shocking spectacle. Tinman was knocked a Lown Ami in an in slant was under the machine or. Yunnan struggled in Roi Call it to Stop the Auto hut with what moire Jimim it had gained it howled along to Nfn it or More rolling and dragging the Man underneath. That or Faiitua tight was not kill \ communication was received from mrs. Tate Highway it Tommis Siomo a Hunter Annie u to Drav which clears up a in inn arrived Daniel h. Kirby daughter and Mary of Cleveland Ohio i in this City saturday fur a vis a existing Hetiwa in the Hor it at the Home of los Ali Joh Horn Songli and the Highway Lepart Merit in c. Nore Street. Mrs. Kirby was former a most satisfactory was from the first it was i Der standing h two in t in a hot is. Mission to dlr a wed As to a or fatally injured is Little Short in w i. 11.�?� a Ftp. Otes East Decter a or. Miraculous that in was Pai Fiill it k to Der when or Jacobs to relieve Hurt was evident he was unable to tie to no ii begged permission to walk while itis cries could by by Ira a a no one w As More act b aged permission to walk while Chaug Holt a to a withdrawing or. Situate Distant Hursel a vote was then taken on a be tip a a to Arr tin election Over to m it meeting this resulted in a to. No. Further ballots Wen taken How Vit and Council adjourned with a but settling tin matter. Vitul Quot Wei Tek heft a re Council Ami protested against the use of a iii�1� i to repairing the Alley at his prop ii v la urged Liat Brick or cd let Tive in looking after tin Man than or. Yaminy imn self. Win Wail others carried the injured Man into the hotel hastened to it or a Wink Eros with his la Ami w i f it car a la any Bass of time bad ii a pm Iasi Ian Oil tin spot. Hen or. No a bake i soon after was joined by or haul the family physician tin injured Man was placed on a it t ii it i us a i tor a �11 Lam e of ninety a made As comfortable As to Sibb a a a i 1 re a i it Mill Freit. On motion of 1 a cur wire examination fail Al in a re a \ a or. I. .1 it was a Der Al Bluit the and try serious injury n Iii 1 or a 11 o k. A �4te Itrat Skeif i tier we re Roii lesions a Plain in Borough Ami tin Slat Highway department that under the act of had tin state would pay for the reconstruction of three fourths of a Street Twenty feet in w Width air i feet which would leave the a Orough a trifle Over the same Width of tin Street to pay for. This View was also held by one of the eng in a Nothe state Highway department. Who met xxx 1111 Loti Neil about a month ago. Had it not been that tin port in of the a const Rue Ted Street t hat the Borough would Lixe to pay for limited to a lion t one Leif the is doubtful if Council would have seen its Way Clear to enter upon the improvement at this time Hast Xiv Elk a communication Xmas received from the slate Highway Dopa it Lent stating that tin Borough Xmas Nuil r i xxx Long Impre Sion that the state ii in Ler the act Eon id Pax for reconstructing Only three fourths of it feet in a Width instead of three fourths of to feet. This which Xmas read at a penal meeting last a Voe. Jarred tin Louii Eilien considerably with tin state paying for Oulu Tavel be feet tin Borough would have to meet tin Cost of re a Chiist met ing some .0 feel. Tin additional cd Texas and fora Phil ten fat of the North Mill Strimp to Init Rovenia it Hung in the Halan Oiin cil finally Lech a to go on Xiv i the tin Vork in tin Rocc ivol yes ten lax tin state High xxx in part sent Viup lately reverses itself Ami states that tin Iii id a Tau Diug now is i hat the Sfat Xiv ill pay for three fourths of tin ent of reconstructing a Road 20 feet in w Width. Tin reason three fourths of 10 feet Xmas mentioned m tin former let tir the communication states was he can of a misunderstanding. This indeed is Good Max As it brings the conditions Hack to a vent they Xvi re in state paying for in miss Esther Wittaker. Of this City and this i her first visit to Danville since sin left thirty ears ago. Fred of Philadelphia spent sunday Vith relatives in this City. Or and mrs. Daniel Marks Ami daughter miss Catherine have returned Tom a trip to hut Valo and Niagara Falls. Or. And mrs. Harry Pope and daughter Hilda have returned to their Home in Bristol after a visit Vith relatives in this City. sunday at tiny Home of Sam a. Me Coy ferry Street. William Courtright of Scranton spent sunday Vith friends in this City. Mrs Mary Brennan of Pittston. Is the guest of her aunt mrs. Lewis Anderson fast Market Street or and mrs. William Chromis and daughters a lady and Mary of lilo Oins Burg Yvere the guests sunday of or. And mrs George Bou Donau Pine Street misses Currie Keefer and Lulu Gir Toni spent sunday with friends in or Della a Xiv it on and mrs Hannah m. Girton of idioms Hurt. Spent Sun a Lay at tin Home of George . Pine Street. M in Itheria k i ump a left sat or Day fora i it Vith relative in Philadelphia. George Stickle of Williamsport pent Smidak Vith his family in this City. Paul Groff of Philadelphia spent in Lav Vith re Lavive in this City for the second time wit bin a few a weeks burglars attempted to Rob the Home of George Deibert in Toby run hollow Early tuesday morning. \ the thieves Yvere prevented from accomplishing their designs Only he the timely Awakening of mrs. Deibert and the harking of the watch dog. On the occasion of the first attempt to burglarized the Diebert Home the robbers had already gained admittance to the House when mrs. Deibert was awakened by the presence of the men in her room. This occurred just three a weeks ago. Tuesday morning about 2 of clock mrs Deibert who sleeps in a Back room Down stairs heard a Peculiar scratching noise in the front of the hone. She quietly called the dog and the animal upon hearing the sound began to bark furiously and to run Hack Ami Forth through the lower part of the House. Or. Deibert was awakened by the harking but made Only a Ca Nal his wife had been mistaken. Tuesday morning however when the front of the House opened the Vork of the burglars was clearly Dis Vernable. They had taken a Cushion off a porch chair and placed it underneath one of the windows of the room directly in front of the apartment used by the do Ibert As a sleeping chamber. They had even sawed through several of the slats of the shutter and opening it had removed nearly All the Putty from one of the panes of Glass in the w window when evidently they were disturbed in their work. Naturally the Deibert Are very much exercised Over the repeated attempts tip Rob their Home. They say they have some suspicion As to who the guilty parties Are. And that but fur the Lack of corroborative evidence they would make arrests. John Wert Man and Ster Dax morning for a i it Kevser. Wet a in a a i Yir Tow t a a a try it i hum my Aii to the i credit of a. A a Llew a he at Teri sects of Japan t Thev have to i Ted w Ith the of the Empire in a tug for pull ii it tiption to re build the i Hutch d by the angry i a-1 doing the part on a the -4- no of fail a re Union i at it height they an i i it and Gat Liering and there a ought to i More of them the Man who i willing by he ran for Inoia rite v -4#.n a Omma Iel the d of wag o the Wilt ling. The out Itig a ii i now i Iii a St Ion ably at its height fatal earn a and other Accident on tote Ink and Rivers As Well As at the. A i the drowned and add to the sorrow of hitherto Happy Home the t raged not of they to in direct Ion it a very memorable one in the recon Lei Tion a of Many whom it has 1st a Vod see retard a set has to la tie people a f Argentina that wiil tic United mates May us it is a a to a Suad the european nation to a hot the Prin it Isle Lutvi Letl in the Drago doctrine it we ver ugh artak to i. A t do it he for a a a Side it a it new \ a a re it it. Aids it will Rex he Nam who die a the other a Lay. Lett in to in tils will for a gift to the Audubon so let to or the Protection it Vild Birl and a animals of too in it is Well for t he people to Dit ii Gish tier til from thl go reformer . >1� fan the a St of Pax Itig or repairing will a it in a to the ally of or tin a listen. It ninety to t Ami report the same uth it meeting. Or vast in called attention to the id i uni it Ion Quot i rat t Market Street Mph it declared that a heavy taxpayer on the Street threatened to proceed Igi Iii i Ltd it Uii a i 1 for neglect. As a tir to my re aug tie Street lie in that the b i Rouglin proceed at its xxii a pens to i Pax tin intersections t 1 i re by i aim t Hurch streets. Or Box i i ii did tin motion which xxx i to t in the Lollo axing vote a i vast me. Hover. Ledea Eisen liar and Hughes. so i fort Russell Dietz Jan a a 1111 Omni a in. Gibson and Angle in motion get or Sweisfort second i a or. A Tine. I .1 Keefer was a. La i up Rintz a i deut of tie xxx it r works and Fujier intendant of xxv r to so re tin a nning year. On lie Nolif or. Swy Isfort second. I let or vast in the present pm pvt t i. A of i works messes i. Lid he Cir by Ngin i a uni messr.-11 111 i in ii 111 i we it Man firemen Xvi re. La to it a serve another year. 1 he ordinance relating to i the paving aug of North Mill Street i approved on lir to Reading after win. H i motion it or. Medea the Rul Xvi Lisp no Elt a Ami Thordis Iti a Givin two other readings and xxx a tinally adopted. \ a minium at Ion Xmas received from Borough Solo tor urging a aution till beginning ill about it of tin Highway t ii a it in t met Ion about the thighs hut no Rixie Ahra ii it ii on tie body a Lix igl o i turn of tin Man s clothing Indi it a How roughly he had in ii ii i the injured Man was taken to a in Home no. 121 Walnut Street by i Yunnan at last act out 1 a w i Srill be fast hut Xmas resting a a if a it ably As could in a expected under the tie pm Vii Ian i Hope Ful that then will i a no Complick t Ion of interest to Young people. We have just re a a Ivy a the Italy a nil a of the Iterman Institute and St at n Mal school located at Bloton Surg la i this it Ion has jut the my of car in its history and i building another Large building to. It n Able it to take earn of it constantly incr Ising ,� very Young Pei so a Sho Silil a my for a Iota log 1 this school iffy it in a other Pirp is than to lean How a pro or Jim it he 1 is managed Ami Piippo. Various a ours a i study Uch a tin inertia 1 it , Ltd a or a a Oil preparatory and medical preparatory courses Are maintain in addition t the coir so St or teachers write for i catalogue i it a it to a Lay. Address 1 p Welsh. A m. Ill d Prim pal. Met with injury mrs. A Rutelin Lvi la xxx Atli he r laugh it a m i get. No do Mill Street painful a a cil it at tin it to resides Anna m keel met with a Bloom Stre let leaves for Camp Fleet ing. Rev Harry Minsker pastor of tin United evangelical a a Hun Lix ill leave in i i Hll rat Ion on the part of Council h morning to attend the Oman in Ai it Puig tin exp Misiou of a Street Grove Cump meeting this terrible Tempres silly of All v humidity n t on the pm Hux my a a i getter the cd Kwh la of we a tin state Coil a tabular and Fra Igor re it i Iii which two my a Iii it it of tin form r and so vral of the latter or women Hal. Ami which May result in tin death of on or More is a very a Rions matter if Secretary Taft who is o pm Dit tie gave his at i a Fri it in a in a Day to hire hello a re to with draw from tin president Ial i n i ought to Inak room of or at it thru a Ordinary a amen late a m her s. Jones proprietor �1 the Kagle hotel at fort Littleton near . Shot and probably Tatally i ii ii re i John Hub or joins and his brother. Alolphus wer it re la Cut about the body by Hub a r. While trying to eject tin latter from t be House. I l taking i Tiomi of a legally Complete in x i it it Ion of strut. A Aitvis-1 again t accepting the Extension of \ to i until att r tin suit of Dens la a a go a v tin Borough of Danville for i via a a a a alleged to have been sustained by tin plaintiff m tin making of such ext is i on i to i -1 tried and finally Dis Imis i of by the court. In tin Oil place tin solicitor t it i if it ram storm a in a at a lev de Mon Tiar 1 that not to ing Short of cob Tot Quot i of Othius -�1 that sub t i id character will or properly Ami p i in in nil v my to coi Idit ions on a to it if. Tic re Fop held that the Al 11 i Quot ii a a a -111-� mum in aet Ptel Only itt. I in a Edih ration and a carefully 1.1, eared unit Iii on motion of or i Ltd Lummis nation was i a it d uni Oil la re spread ii Iii tin Ini Siut. By this action it is understood tin vacation of toss Street and to it i pm it abandonment of to Grad it in my at that pm a int so lit i h �1-sired 1.x tin 1 a a k railway comp and. I till at some distance in the future on motion of or Boyer it Xmas order d that the Crossings Oil Bloom i t i4��?� i. To lib roadbed is being Rais Al in repaid with \ i t it fief i Brick and that tin trolley company he requested to in a if firtion of the Crossings with tin same kind of Brick. On motion of or bed a the Street Oman loin a was ordered to raise the a Ross in it la Icli a in i front Street i Eon form with in pavement As t a 11 a a a i he Llu re it mix ily at his prop Erv then Rev. Minsker is enabled to attend tie a amp meet in a through Fin Kim Lufa to flit mesh i of his congregation Ami a tax in. Is in Al Friels. The 1 v his glory. R of nut door Lif is now in enjoyed Days Outing g or and mrs a Rex fit in i or fall mrs 1 Redding and Daught i Kate and Mary mrs Sam and son George visit the Ameis at Cam a Hooligan m Arann Roii ter Day Hoy sustained broken Arm Edward bin Hov Alnut to Xvi Lvi years of nge sustain in a broken Arm at the Hept Sople i Inyo i a it lax it is the first Selious Aei no it which Lias m curved at that resort this summer cd Kuril Buckley i it Fie on of John Buckley Loop or Street and is a very Active Little fell xxv Genie rally first Ami Foremost in All spa its. At the i nil yesterday cd Kuril took much Delight in operating the big drum this i essential la a tread Mill and the trick is to i keep it rapidly revolving and to Quot Manta in a Osit Ion on Topf a 11 a Able to keep it running Vry Long and generally take an ungraceful full a Edward had not much Enji Rii a in a operating the Mae him Ami went the Way of most others Iii falling a struck cult right Arm on the ground a it Lou arising Coli a Laim a of in at pain Ami was unable flt Gnu i Hiarm this was soil to in a luring the Ift i noon and it wry not until a Benin the injured Bov he a ii at the Ottliee of do in aule of a i Tiron in Aid in Samiu Tiou re it a 11 that the Medius or smaller hone of the a in Iii was broken a Short distance above the wrist the hone wat. Aft. I xxx i h the Hov was taken to i Home Enis ing yester i in morning. She met the a train with a Friend who Xmas leaving town. The Friend hoarded tin train while or Keeler stood on the platform with a package in her hand which he longed to the person leaving mrs Keeler was in the act of handing the package i the train when tin Hitt a suddenly started. Acting on impulse w without thinking Ltd Fth. Danger she seized hold of tin railing a she to a i the package on the platform. The train starts qui uly at that Point Ami a it bounded Forward it gave the woman a sudden lurch turning her Quick la upon in a a r foot with tin result that her ankle was Hadly sprained. Six suffered intense pain her ankle Xvi lying so Hadly that she Eva it unable to walk. A Yehiel was procured in which slut was driven Hoim from the station. Last Vining she Xmas doing a re Xiv 11 and. Although rec a very May let a slow it was cd Niico la a by Liose familiar Vith the aet in Lent that mrs. Keehr Xmas fortunate that worse in juries Xvi re not sustained. Has i filie in a a a ii thrown from her feet she could hardly have escaped coming in con tact with tie xxx heels. Jack Wilson under arrest. .1 in ii son bet to a know n As Jack a who a luring last Spring operate d a bar la r shop on sprue a Street this City was Arr to yet Drav morning in con lit 1 lion with a robbery at Sunbury Ami is now Ltd ii Ltd the bars. Jack appeared a in Danville last Spring and Wall re until tin latter part Quot i i us. When for reasons Best known to himself lie left. I a san Iii v daily item has the following to sax concerning tin arrest some i me during last april a daring robbery was committed at the Barber shop of Oscar up. On North third sin Al opposite the in Nosy station Sunbury and Over sixty razors were stolen valued at two Hunan it dollars. I at i officers grand i l Herson found that Wilson had 1 and gone to Dan ill had opened up a Barber tin Sinh a razors to Start business. A Short t inn quit the in Irhn a business of a re the officers could the officer then Lis covered i whore w i is Iii was keeping tin razors and by the ant a it a scan h warrant the stolen Good a re Recovo real the officers kept a Lookout for Wilson and to was ii to 111 a i when in re t u r 11 a i Home wed morning and placed in jail 11 Sunbury a where in shop using himself in lat i Wilson and got away capture him or and mrs left yet visit with re lat Virginia. Miss Brent returned Tol wis to it i Vii x Stensny morning after a visit at the Inanc of Walter Lunger u a per m us Berry Street. Walter Lunger and John Henning it i Ned a i m from a visit with Friend it Seneca fall.-. Ithaca and Walkin Glen new York. Or George Gass and daughter mis Blanch mrs. A favetto Ilia attended to lib Shipe family reunion at Island Park opposite Suu imry yesterday. Mis a Al fore of Tyd a Gilio who has in n a a iting at the Horn of or. And mrs Wallace Hoover. South Danville. Left yesterday for a visit Vith friends in Shamokin haul Argrave of in Philadelphia arrived last evening for a visit at the Lupin of his parents or. And mrs. 11. A a Grain. Lower m bulb it Rry treet Quot Ejijah Dreisbach of Bloomsburg called of friends in this City last even ing. Or Sam Bloch Ami daughter and mrs. Harry Ellen bogey and children a turned yesterday from a visit at the Home it Willard Pannebaker. Near Moor Burg. Mis Martha Woods will leave this morning for a visit with friends in Philadelphia and Atlantic gift. Or and mrs. John Murphy of Riverside spent yesterday Xiv Ith friends in Snyder toxin mrs. George Gaugle returned to egg Harbor Ity next Jersey yesterday after a visit with friends in this City. Mrs. Gaugle was accompanied by her father John Reinhardt who vill reside at that place. Mrs. Harriet Wolverton of Independence Missouri and son Walter Wol Verton of Washington. I. Of. Who have been visiting at the Home of Kli and Oliver Hoover South Danville left yesterday for a visit with Friels in Elysburg. John Nungesser of Lime Ridge formerly of this City and a member of Goodrich Post no 22, g. A. Called on friends in this City yesterday mrs l \ William Sand mrs. Marg a ret Henrie of Gordon Are visiting at the Home of mrs Flora Voris lower Mulberry Street sheriff George Maiers and Thomas g. Vincent attended the democratic state senatorial conference at Williamsport last evening. Or. And mrs. Albert 11 Jones and children returned to it Sharon yesterday after a visit at the Home of the former parents or. And mrs John r Julies toss St reef miss Rebecca Hoffman friends in a Llego Ville pay Loi Ilicin next Jersey m is Kua Hoffman i x i i Iii in Sun Hurt visit my and had a Riend annual Qutine lir larg he .11 big Vry la i xxx Ltd potatoes be potato�1 Vert office a me yet to Lay Pound am a other pm lat. The. A the big i a i Ritter. Last a nip of fifty Inisi glut ii of an acre cart ii solid As it ? of hidden forces. The t xxx o a re nearly xxx a a i 1 Danville xxx i to a is grown pm at the a mis a so Lee to a Jackson Lias re turned to i Larris Lorg after a visit Vith i s. A Rae Liioi Nasou Bloom Street. K k in Uri Naii of Bloomsburg was a visitor in this a try yesterday. Thomas Donne ii of Exchange Call ��?�1 i Friels in this City yesterday. S Wiley of Lex Isburg Xmas a Busi us visit i in t1 i it x x osterday i. Age is a a a Sunbury transacted business in this yesterday. Big shipment of Bass Fry. Toiuo irow one of the biggest shipments of Bass that Ever arrived at this Daee vill he turned Loose in the North Branch. The shipment made is in accordance Vith applications simultaneously a int in by a Ulii Imit a if local fishermen and is in pursuance of a Well defined policy not Only to replace the fish annually taken from the River but if possible to restock the Stream up to a Point that w ill make fish As plentiful As they Ever were in times before modern conditions conspired to i make game fish scarce. The Bass Fry which Are shipped from the pleasant mount hatchery Liv superintendent n. It. Buller Are All of the Small Mouth d variety and will comprise a Large number of cans sent on application of w. G. . J. J. Kline a. Ii . W. Davis George Rove and others. The fish Fry vill arrive at the i. L. A w. Station on the i p. In. Train tomorrow and according to agreement will be met by a committee who a will formally take Over the fish and receipt for them. The Bass Fry vill a distributed along the North Branch Between Reeds Island and Cameron. The department of fisheries Lias demonstrated that it is possible not Only to compel Ohey licence to fish Laws hut also by maintaining hatcheries and systematically restocking streams Quot to Moi than counterbalance the loss of game fish brought about by Stream pollution whether caused by Coal flirt or refuse of other sort. It was not Many years ago that Bass were in danger of becoming extinct in tin North Branch. Yet at the present time there Are probably As Many fish of that variety in the River As at any time in the past. Some of tin Bass hooked during tin few Days past Yvere monsters. Joseph Heim last week caught one measuring Nineteen inches. A Day Ltd a so later William Lloyd hooked one measuring 17 inches during tin present season mrs. Winters is credited with catching one which measured 21 inches. In is interesting to know that the aha a a a fish As Large As they Are Are not record Breakers. The largest Bass on record hooked from the River Here was caught by Jacob Miller mime years ago and measured Between 21 and 25 inches. Another measured 22,.j inches and xveighed-1 Pound and ounces was caught by m h. Sci ram a year or so ago. Shamokin has a Prince. Adolf Ziel Prince a get Wurteau Burg and special embassy is a Shamo Kin visitor. No a one knows he is a Prince save himself a Ihde arrived in that town a Short time ago coming from next York to take the position of a Painter at the new Graeber hotel in is doing Ordinary painting. That is All so far As his Trade goes. But Adolf claims lie is of Royal blood. Ii hands out a highly engraved and embellished card bearing the title a Prince Adolf von lie talks it Germany and his title saying to i in re to Quot study american life to Quot learn get our Jie Ople customs and habits to Stimly the Workings of the great Trust and lastly and most important on special and very secret Mission which he absolutely refuses to divulge he says it is most important he Isa aged Man very Well educated refined and Speaks the German laugh age like a native. He expects to re a i main in Shamokin until saturday xxx Hen lie vill leave for another part a if tie country. The annual out ing of Lotus concave no. 127, 1. O. In and their friends which took place in Dewitt spark yesterday was a Well attended and successful affair. It was a Basket picnic while among the sports were base Hall and dancing Fette Rinaud a orchestra furnishing the music an incident in connection with the picnic was a fall out Between the committee and the liver men of town which caused some controversy and feeling. The a is a generally understood Are that the local liver men declining to haul people to the Park for five cents per head As advertised the committee on arrangements went to Bloomsburg and Catawissa Aud employed Hackman there who under a private arrangement were willing to adopt a five Cut fare for the a Lay. Three of these Hacks from the above towns were on hand Early in the morning Aud were to he followed with another in the afternoon. Each was distinguished from any outlier vehicle of the kind that might appear on the Street by placards displayed on each Side which contained the words a Sheps hack�?5 cents. A it was a question whether during tiny Rush that might occur in the afternoon tin Hacks that adopted the five Cut fare would be Able to carry All the people. The local liver men Early resolved that they would not come upon the Street. There were some people who took sides with the liver men and did not like to see teams from out of town employed while our own liver men were waiting for business. Several prominent Hopt Sophs explained the situation in this Wise the committee had advertised that people w Ould he carried to the Park for five cents and at least several of the liver men had agreed of that figure for the heps to have come out with a ten cent fare on the Day of the picnic would not have been treating the Public fairly. The local liver men would not carry people for live cents so that nothing remained but to go out of town for the Hacks. There Are some 250 heps in Danville and these together with their families Aud Friels it was reasoned would make a Large crowd which would keep the Hacks Busy and even at a live cent fare would repay them Well. It was adverted to that there is a general objection to a ten cent fare and that it will have to give Way to something Moro reasonable. At a ten cent fare it was held a Man with a family of several persons is often deterred from visiting the Park by the Cost of Hack fare. During an interview a leading and representative livery Man stated some facts that May be new to the Public. To begin with he stated people have an exaggerated idea of the profits made at a ten Cut fare by hacking on the occasion of a picnic. One livery Man he said is credited with having realized forty dollars which is probably True hut during the greater part of the Day he had four teams out. The common run of earnings for a Hack on such occasions is twelve to fifteen dollars. Spa Akir Lor himself the highest he Ever realized in a Days hacking Xmas sixteen dollars. Hacks Are expensive they Are hard on horses and on Days when they Are employed extra men have to be hired and he Felt quite sure that a five Cut fare would not repay a livery Man for his investment for his risk and trouble. As for the Burden imposed on Large families he said Hackman always make it a practice not to charge fur children under ten years of age. It is True that on a few occasions such As Church picnics liver men had hired their Hacks for a fixed sum say four dollars but that it Xmas understood that for that consideration Only four trips were to be made each Way Aud that for All Over four trips the liver men were to receive extra pay. This arrangement lie declared the Hept Sophs were not willing to enter into. New physical director Here. The y. M o. A. Has another new physical director. James 0. Ainsworth of Wilmerding paws m this City yesterday and after looking Over the local Field decided to accept the position which had been a a of a or Ltd a him it vill be Remer Nierod Tomt another Man Harry Felix of retailing had accepted the position and had contracted to be in this City about the first of september. After having left Dauville for several Days however he communicated Xith Gene ral Secretary Bernhard to the effect that he had changed his mind and that he would not fill the position of physical i Rector at the Danville y m. U. A. It then devolved upon the Secretary to look after another Man. Lie had one in viev and in answer to a it ter or Ainsworth cause to this City yesterday. Or. Ainsworth has had seven years experience in gymnasium work and is now assistant physical director at the Wilmerding association. Besides being an All around nth term. Ains Worth is an exr it on the Mats he vill conic to Danville is near the first of september As possible. Broke Colla r Bone. Mrs. Andrews Krum an aged resident of last Danville Luul the misfortune to fall As she was getting out a if bed saturday morning sustaining a fracture of the Collar Innie. Job printing the Otyce 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 of nil kinds and description the first Baptist Church yesterday morning Xmas the scene of a very pretty wedding when miss Goldie Johnston became the Bride of Frederick Lewis. The ceremony Xmas performed by Rev. John Sherman pastor at eight of clock. The Church decorations were most Beautiful in the scheme a profusion of Hydra 11 is and rhodos audrous being employed with charming effect. The bridle was attended by miss Edith Reed As maid of Honor Aud miss Pearl Vastino As bridesmaid. The Groom Xmas attended by Beuzeville Johnston brother of the Bride Aud Benjamin Rolston of Middletown n. Miss Irene super of Newport news va., rendered the wedding Anarch from Lohengrin the Ushers were Roy Smith Harry Camp Edward Aten and Clyde Snyder. Beatrice and Carrie Blue Little daughters of George Blue were Flower girls. Following the ceremony a wedding reception was held at the Home of the brides parents or. And mrs. C. M. Johnston grand Street. Among the Large number of guests the following from out of town were present mrs. Frank Haas miss Eva levers mrs. John Milton mrs. John super miss Irene super Newport news a. Mrs. Daniel Hornberger miss Bertha Persing of Shamokin George or. And mrs. James Campbell son Aud daughter. Miss Mary Lawrence Kline Grove or. And mrs. Wilson Savidge of Turbotville or. And mrs. John Barry of Sunbury. The Bride is prominent among the Young people of the first Baptist Church and is popular Aud beloved. The Groom Bolds the position of Telegraph operator at Grovania Aud has made Many friends in ring his resilience of some three years in Danville. The newly welded couple left on the 10 1�?~j 1. L. Amp w. Train for a trip to Middletown n. Y.,the grooms former Home. Returning they will take up their residence in Dauville. The Bride Xmas the recipient of a Large number of presents covering the usual wide Range of useful Aud Orua mental articles. There were Large quantities of Silver and China Ware Cut Glass table Linen counterpane a handsome rocking chair table pictures lamps Etc. I o. Of a. Camp in Riverside. A Camp of the patriotic order of America was instituted in Riverside tuesday evening with a charter membership of Twenty six. State president Julia k. Richardson of Philadelphia Xmas present and presided at the instal lat Ion ceremonies. The affair took place in the p. O. S. Of a. Hall Riverside and beside the state presi Ilent there were present or. And mrs. J. B. Ritterhouse Aud l. B. Kitchen of Bervick after the initiation a banquet Xmas served to the members Aud their guests Ami a most delightful social session Xmas enjoyed. The officers that have been elected for the ensuing year Are As follows Bast president. Mrs. Mary Gaskins president. Mrs. Mary Gottshall vice presi Ilent miss Annie Spotts conductor mrs. Bertha Hummer assistant past Nettie Yeager assistant president miss Clammia Yea Ger assistant vice president mrs Elizabeth Shultz assistant conductor miss Hannah Yeager recording Secretary miss Blanche Riffel assistant record ing Secretary mrs. Tamar Ness financial Secretary miss Ruth Dimmick treasurer mrs. Eliazbeth Shultz chaplain mrs. Annie Minier guardian mrs. Elizabeth Belford Sentinel mrs. Ella Ball orator mrs Sallie parcel trustees six Mouths mrs. Mary Gottshall Tavel be months miss Blauche Riffel eighteen Mouths miss Annie Spotts. Repairing Bowling Alley. Work was begun yesterday of the repairing of Achenbach Aud Moore a howling Alley for the coming fall Aud Winter. Two Meu Froid the Brunswick company of new York Unity Yvere at Vork yesterday putting the alleys in Fine shape. It is the in the Tuioti to Start up on or As Uear after the first of september As possible. Bees swarmed in Chimney. A swarm a of innocent Little Honey bees has been causing Harry gibbous a Farmer of Benton township Columbia kinds of trouble during tin past several Days Aud just what in Thod it will be necessary for him to employ to get them Back into the hive he Lias not been Able to determine. On saturday last the bees came to his Home and took up their abode in the Chimney of the House. Or. Gibbons tried to hive them but the Little fellow is persistently refused to enter the hive. Coming out of the Chimney they flex All about the House and the family was obliged to remain i Doort to avoid a being stung hut in spite of this precaution one of his children was stung several times. Or Gibbons tried smoking out the bees Aud Xmas in a manner successful in driving them away from the House Foi a time but they again took Refuge in tin Chimney and should they remain there. Or. Gibbons will no doubt have considerable trouble in getting their Honey. Providence is kindest to those who

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