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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaState Library. Home paper a for a hone 1 in circulation Ltd a tins i a a a Reasi it. A a in Fly it will a a it it la of advertise in the Ami pm an subscription $1 i Rycar us i Kim ii Ith Wiist i it f a v. Pm a a Quot Quot a % a a % a this pm try will never be entirely Eree until it supplies allot its own demands wit ii its own t i Danville. Pa., Tiff Buday Al .1st la 1�mmj. Esta 1�lisii de in 1855 i .1/ / 1 a r a a a 104 m i<.111 117. H 4 Mill i. I % % Vii 1.1 i a ilm of flit uru i and i a it Penally might torture a it m1i.ii another t r i my Folly. Milf St i woman is one other most charming possessions. To la to evil a Man does ill Yontl a turns to plague his ago. I Fie Imit nid girls will present i v re sume to Weir studies after n Good Long rest. In Al Hu-1ne methods have nothing ii common with dishonesty. The m�111 ical Rau Dror will soon begin to it int r briskly be mints from the Cotton growing Tui of the Union say that the crop Miu re i Mir Pas that of All previous , except 1904 and the Price i it going to in i or too ill spite of the Hun tier crop. No wonder the Czar is anxious to ill. Hog t $6, it kit000 if Eai Kven the hottest weather does no to a Iii to i murage stupid. The w i us a of the present will i ring a gel a n future a Tumelty la animals or to helpless Hildru i t1 e habit of a Coward with More than a score of cases of i a Lxii Felt i. Of a malaria character have Devevo red at Harrisburg sin. A the flood of August 1\� come to the conclusion that the do a i spread he mosquitoes which have infest the City. Fifty tin office holders were As--.�--1uated la t month in Kus it a. Talk if the strenuous life the Allentown business Man who Cave his St a note for $1, too payment i he a ref to lie conditioned ii Iii or walking the straight and Nar v Jath avoiding dub rooms lodger is. Hotels or places with quest Ion tide rept at ims Ami going regularly a a Inin h. My t in a Niin Lel employer it. Agitation for pure food and the re in t exposures and prosecutions to tin t Gnu of adulterated and Ini pan cot a in the i Ini Ted states has fir up other countries and it is t t it Iii in it and Frau a foods Are adulterated Midi in the in manner and As frequent a a in 11.e i nit 1 state it net in min Suhy to k s. Miller is a Oil Tine i to his Home by illness a Phan to smile and a genial manic r Are Worth a Sortum to their own to. Fast sunday school of he ii will Solil its annual Piccir a n saturday. 1st. At Keiit eurial Hill the Public l cordially invited to attend the cider Mill i a it lug ready for it annual squeeze. The thoughtful preacher carefully w Rita a lit his Church notices and Send hem Early to the Neil Paier office i a Hifa King to warm a Hottle if tur it ii a near the Ida a in a Cook to at her Home near Way Nestoro 11 a Tuff a vol Isle i and mrs a dry 51��?� a a a y in terribly Hume which ill duly refused to renew a it Oil tract with it water company tie Cautte the company declined to 11�rt a clause providing for the fur wish Iii of pure water is figuring on acquiring the Plant itself which under an agreement May is purchased he the town a Louii a Yii Stelmacher and brother a re a iriv Uig a traction engine Over a Bridge i Fine township. Columbia county. The Bridge gave Way and the engine Lay upside Down in ten feet of water in the Creek the Lolly voice does hot Prog not. Licit the Strong will. Or Sheridan Harvey 2i years old and i Kidia cagey. 22 years old Sisters of Geneva Fayette county died in the same House within four hours of each other the former of it on sumption Ami the latter of Braiu fever the new Pam a carriers of York have f Ornes i a Branch of the National new boys a Ltd , sixty six being on the Roll the ass oct Ion Aims to make Hoys industrious Loviest and abstemious both As to liquor Ami cigarette. Warned by a crowd of boys that a train it dining William Vei iary thinking they were joking tried to toss the Lehigh tracks at Shenandoah w a run a Low n by a train and in slant i v killed. Mike Fruminsky fell sixty feet Down a ventilator Shaft at the Honne Vilh a Iii lit Mill at Coutv Ami a a it i pal with a fractured femur that he escaped instant death Monis marvelous. The biggest room m the world is the room for improvement. In i than a week the vacation season w ill is Over. In. To Cli ter is so Well pleased with the departmental system inaugurated in the Public schools there last year that the Stem will la continued four intermediate instructors Are so Cia lists in particular branches. Us i n ii i rouble have multiplied thick and i Tat in tin Little household of Lloyd Lamb i i saturday morning the Home was hunted to tiny ground. The wife and children homeless sought shelter among friends w Hile the husband and father intoxicated was arrested and spent the Day in the lockup. The Home was situated be tween the canal and the Wagon Road about halt a Mil below lovers leap on the Northumberland Road. If was at Vul slut building containing four rooms Aud a Back Kitchen and had just been painted. Although occupied by Lloyd Laiu Herson his wife and two Elk a Idren it was owned by Wilson Lamherson a Sou of Lamb Orson s by a former marriage who resides at her Wick the tire broke out about half past two o clock s a Tun Lay morning. The House was alone at the time of the fire Laiu Herson had been drinking and it is alleged made die threats against the family so that mrs. Lamb Erson Friday evening taking her two children fled to this City and Peitit the night at John Laiu Herson a another son of Lloyd son North Mill Street. I i Friday evening mrs. Laiu Herson swore out a warrant for her husbands arrest. Notwithstanding the alleged threats the charge preferred was for drunkenness Only. The officers could not Lav their hands on him Friday evening and he remained at Large during to night. Saturday morning still intoxicated he was found lying on the door step of the dwelling occupied by in son John and in which his wife Aud children were sheltered. When chief Mincemoyer appeared to take him into custody he was inclined to he was finally lodged in the lock up where he spent the Day. Learning that tiny House had been destroyed mrs. Lather on went Down the River to View the ruins of her Home nothing remained to Murk where the House stood hut a Heap of ashes and a few pieces of charred Wood. The fire was seen from town hut it i doubtful if aug one Down the River kindly dispose 1, saw the tire or was near to attempt to save a single article at All events everything hurtled household furniture clothing and All a Ingle outbuilding was left stand in Lamb i on w As arraigned before Justice of the peace Oglesby at t o clock saturday a veiling ii is wife the complainant in the Rase was the principal wine she told How abuse and hardships had been heaped upon her and How a lie lived in constant dread of her Lmh in do a threats when he was intoxicated. She wept As she told How the last blow had deprived her of in a Home and that now lie or her children had not a stitch of clothing that to lick could Call their own except what the wok at that moment. All the furniture in the House with the exception of two or three pieces of Small value were her own much of it was purchased with Money earned by washing for families in this City and she explained How sin had carried or assisted to carry clothing washed backward and Forward from Danville. Now the fruit of All her hard work was taken from her. As so at with her sleeping hah on her Lap tearfully Tell ing her Story she presented a really pathetic picture and general sympathy was aroused. Laiu Herson seemed penitent enough. On several Points lie said Ike had no recollection of what occurred. He was finally permitted to go free by raising the Money needed to pay Fine and costs. Or. Laiu Herson stated that she had no doubt hut that the dwelling was intentionally set on fir she had in the House a five gallon can which contained at least three gallon of it Oal Oil. The stopper of this can was found lying near the out building that did not Burn which showed that Coal Oil had been poured upon it Ami that an attempt had been made to Start a lire. The House was insured for $250. There was no insurance on the furniture. K canal Street Danville which has been in Disfavour for sometime past by reason of a loud Aud unseemly noises nightly emitted from one of the Resi l a f Montgomery s american history was adopted for use in tile Borough schools monday a i a joint meet ing of teachers and directors which took place p. O. S. Of a. Increase. Allentown aug. A a a. The forty first annual convention id tin patriotic it tor sons of America of Pennsylvania. Opened Here yesterday to Eon done in session three Days about i,-000 delegates Are attending. Diehard h. Shaeffer chairman of the committee on arrangements mayor Schaeffer and Lawrence ii Leupp welcomed the delegates. State president w i Swope of a Learfield i bonded and prayer was offered he Rcv i. K. Kun play state chaplain. Secretary Wilson Weaver reported a membership of m0,95 on june 0, an increase of �1.274. Receipts during the year Wen i00,. sex lenses iml.07 benefits paid during the year $261 ,.7k,>. 18 Cash in subordinate treasuries $�?~�60,-116.76 invested in Bonds and real estate $ 1,182,716.7�?T� value of Parapha Canalin $22, 572.06total valuation december 21, 5,$l, of 06. L. Increase during the year $122,660.61� a ballot for officers was taken yesterday afternoon Harry cd Gallagher of Lebanon has no opposition for state next car it convention the sixtieth anniversary will he held in pm i Landph a we Are having some Beautiful Sun sets Between showers. Deuces there promises to redeem All just prior t Short comings and in tie future to he at least As far As Doji orment at night is concerned one of the most Model Aud circumspect avenues in the Borough. It has All come to pass As the result of an arrest made saturday. The residence that was the cause of complaint is presided Over by Lekoy Williams. Now the worst that could be said against Lekoy even at the hearing was that he a was too Good natured and that others with no idea a of propriety took advantage of his hospitality and Ini it used on him. They came often and they stayed late. The Means they employed of killing time might have passed Muster in a mining Caius hut they were too noisy to suit the ideas of the St lid i eople who reside within an earshot of canal Street. Complaint was of daily occurrence and night after night while elsewhere the town was wrap Ted in silence the chief of police made a weary pilgrimage to canal Street urging moderation among the merry makers. At length the Monotony began to Wear on the officer and lie decided to try some other plan. Accordingly he lodged information before Justice Oglesby saturday charging Lekoy Williams with maintaining a nuisance specifying that a loud and unseemly noises Werek it up nightly disturbing the neighbors and causing complaint. A warrant was placed in the hands of Constable w. R. Young who in due time apr geared with l Roy. The Case was soon disposed of. No one regretted the matter More a than the Man arrested who explained to the Justice a Liat he was up against. He was wholly in the hands of his friends and it was through no wish of his that his House came to have the Rpu action for a loud and unseemly Quot noises at night. Chief mince Noyer said that quiet was All that he was after and lie would withdraw the charge if the defendant would get rid of his noisy guests and permit no disturbance on any occasion of course it was under stood the Man arrested was to pay the costs. The defendant readily agreed. Since through their indiscretions he had been subjected to the indignity of an arrest he was in a position to make sweeping demands of his erstwhile guests Ami there was grim determination Oil his face As lie promised that henceforth canal Street would a a a a quiet place. So it was settled the defendant planked Down the costs a trifle Over two dollars and withdrew thanking the chief of police for exercising so much clemency. Canal Street since has been As quiet As a country Church Yard. Sweet sleep has fallen to All and there has been no complaint nor cause for complaint. Wedded at High noon. The Home of or and mrs. A. C. Angle Cherry Street was the seem of an interesting wedding yesterday when their daughter miss Anna l. Angle became the Bride of Henry s Howell of fast Stroudsburg. The ceremony was performed at High noon by the Rev. J. F. Cuy pastor of Shiloh reformed Church before a Small assemblage of invited guests representing the immediate families and a few of the most intimate friends. The Bride wild Groom were unattended. The Bride was attired in White crepe de Chine. After the ceremony 21 sumptuous wedding dinner was served. The following guests were present or. And mrs. George leighow mrs. Henrietta Angle mrs Fred m. Owen or. And mrs. Charles Kislick or. And mrs. John Mitchell mrs Raylor miss Myra Brown Charles Angle Lioy and Oliver Angle or. And mrs. Wilmer sinter Man the two latter being from fast Stroudsburg. The Bride who is to most popular and highly esteemed Young lady received a Large number of useful and handsome presents. The Groom .1 native of this locality for some years past for some time has resided at fast Stroudsburg where he is employed on the a fast Stroudsburg news a his brother inlaw William Lani Erieau being editor and proprietor of the paper. The newly wedded couple left on the 2 21 d. I. A w. Train for fast Stroudsburg where a furnished House awaited them. The regular session. The following Meiu hers of the Hoard were present Burns Orth Swarts Pursel fish Fischer Lutz Trum Ikier Heiss and Grone. Miss Ben Netts m iss Pritchard miss James and mis Gallagher representing the sixth Grade were also present. Or. Pursel reported that the committee Oil text books had examined Barnes Montgomery s and me master a histories and found Points of Merit about each. Ii suggested that the teachers present express their views concerning the relative merits of the Hooks in accordance with his request each of flu teachers indulged in a few remarks unanimously recommending Montgomery s he torn specifying in what respects it excels the other two to iks. On motion of or. Fischer it was decided to order one bundled copies of Montgomery s american history for use in the sixth Grade of the schools. On motion the joint meeting adjourned. The teachers retired 21ml the Board went into regular session after which or. Harviel joined the school Board. Or. Fischer of the building Aud repair committee reported the repairs 011 the Borough schools As progressing nicely. A few additional repairs were recommended among them being a general overhauling of the desks wild the seats in miss Bennetts room in the third Ward. On motion of or. Orth the Supply committee was authorized to Purchase supplies to the value of about forty dollars for use in the chemical department taught by or. In n diet ten barter the matter of Lead Pencil Sharpener brought up Lief or a the Hoard it the previous meeting came up again for further consideration. A Lead Pencil Sharpener was 011 hand at the meeting for examination it was Given 21 trial and fully considered when it seemed to it he the consensus id opinion among the director that while a very useful device for m office a Lead Pencil Sharpener is hardly practicable in the Public shool and that Anious several Hundred Pupil it would to very Apt to a in a a a a a a a a a nuisance no action was taken in the matter. I not on of or. Orth if was ordered that the to Hook commit fee it a a authorized to Purchase five Imperial victim varies fur use til tie schools. Applications were received from miss Verna m Reed and miss ii Ilia Youngman for posit ions As Pupil teachers. Superintendent gory recommended both tin Young ladies. Miss Reed being i graduate of the local High school and i Yogi Ninati a graduate of Park College. On motion of or. Pursel mis Reed and ads Louii Givian were elected Pupil teachers of the Borough. The following Sills were approved for payment William w. Mottern $hht.75 j. Amp f. Henrie 2.00 u. L. 2. 74 w. H. Orth 1.21 freight and drayage s \ mrs. Frank 40.00 mrs. Nancy Litterer u.00 mrs. Alice Miller 10.75 mrs. Mary Rounsley 23.00 mrs. Anna am son. 100 attempt to wreck b. A s. Train. An attempt to wreck a passenger train 011 the Bloomsburg and Sullivan Railroad m a Benton tuesday evening was frustrated by cd want Karus who happened to pass the scene of the attempted wreck. A pile of steel rails had been placed across the track. They were discovered by Karns just a few minute before the evening passenger arrived at that Point which was a Hurt Dis above Forks. He ran to the of struck incl and succeeded in up Hin. It off the track just As the train App 11 eel around the Sharp curve Only few Yards Distant. After to had passed he heard Sun one run Over the Hank imm the Ruilt no track and upon an Ion he disco ered foot print. Tkv Ideiil the. 1111 Reaut had Heel waiting to will the result of his work a handsome rials Olenyn. During the next few months another costly mausoleum will take its place among the handsome pieces of cemetery work in <>�11 Fellows cemetery. The mausoleum will in erected by the Charles Johnson estate the builders being t. L. Fans sons this City. The site of tin vault will be scarcely a Hundred Yards from mrs. Geising Eros mausoleum further Down tiny Hill toward the Entrance of the cemetery. The Johnson family is one of the oldest in this Section and its members wire numbered among the pioneers of this Section liar Les Johnson u Man of affairs and of considerable wealth died about Twenty years ago his wife survived until about one year fungo. Both Are buried in Odd Fellows cemetery. Survivors of tiny couple reside in Valley township and comprise the Best known Aud most influential families. The mausoleum Wilt be id unusually Large dimensions and will contain twelve catacombs. It will he 16 feet h inches by 12 feet four inches by 12 feet l he catacombs and lining of the mausoleum will be id Tennessee Marine with Bronze fixtures. The exterior w ill a a built of North a w ill Rock face finish. The roof stones will or in on piece and will form the most massive slab a ver handled in this Section there will he a solid Bronze door with Grill front hacked with plate Gla making the Interior from tiny outside exceedingly line. Of the vault Visioli the door will he sex the general effect of will he i hat of Massic ornamental a i the t Lio usand dollars. Odd Fellows a Good sized crowd the mausoleum ass rat her t Han a t w ill he live picnic. A i i vile a the Odd pen Fel phys turd a aft a Low a a me ii per tilt Park music a 1 ii Iii i for dancing during tiny alb in it a Ami evening a Felterman s Ore i e to 1 the base Hall game Between i lie Danville its and the blooms Inorg i us resulted in 21 Victory for tie latter he a score of 10 5. Miles Barber of Wilkes Barre spent sunday at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. 1 g. Barber ferry Street. William common of Berwick so edit sunday with his family on water Street. Sheti Kingsbury of Nanticoke Isa j guest it the Home of w j. Williams Mowrey Street. Or. And mrs. A. R. Maple Terrace Pittsburg Are visit ing their aunt miss Kosella Curtis front Street. Thomas Jameson of Burnha i spent sunday with relatives ill this City. Miss Leah Hill Lia i left for 21 visit with her aunt mrs. Norris Sec Liler 2�t Detroit Michigan. Charles Bloom of Wilkes Barre is visiting his Grandfather a. S. Bloom. Bloom Street. Or. James Patten and John Morgan of Carbondale spent sunday with friends in this City. Ellis Laudo id Honolulu hawaiian islands a midshipman at the United states naval Academy at Annapolis arrived saturday evening fora months visit at the Home of or. And mrs. W. Fred Jacobs Mill Street. Misses Nettie Walsh and Jetta Gallagher. Of Pittston Are the guests of or. And mrs Lewis Anderson fast Market Street. Miss Carrie Bill Mevi r. Of Milton is visiting her aunt mrs. Wesley Perry lower Mulberry Street. W. A. Meyers of Williamsport transacted business in this City yesterday. Miss Lena Faggert a graduate nurse of the polyclinic Hospital of Philadelphia is visiting at the Home of her parents or and mrs Calvin Faggert Vine Street. Mrs. Susanna Reynolds and mrs. Annie Kussell left yesterday f in a vis it with relatives at ii Dinan Bedford county. W j. Sheldon travelling representative of the Philadelphia inquirer was a visitor 111 this City yesterday. Miss Ivy Mauger of this City and Koval Hayes of Atu Zapolis Maryland Are pending several Days with friends in Berwick mrs Joseph Lech tier and sons Anthony Ami Albert and mrs. C uni dec i ski left yesterday for a visit with friends in lock Haven and Williamsport. Miss family lean of Slian Okiu is visiting Ada Butler Sidler Hill. Miss of Lizabeth Kidd a returned to Philadelphia after a visit with miss Ada Butler Sidler Hill. John ii. Hunt f. C. Angle and Harry Patton took in Pawnee Bill a wild i St at sign Burn yesterday. Mis Bertha Mowery of Philadelphia i it pending her vae Tiou at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. John Mowery Vine Street. Or. Iii mrs. John Dorris id Huntingdon spent a few hours with relatives in this City yesterday afternoon. Or. Thomas b. Holloway of Philadelphia spent yesterday at the Home id ins father Hon. W k Holloway Bloom Street. The min. Katherine Aud Alice West have returned after a visit with or and mrs David Lantz at Milton Jacob Geise arrived tuesday evening from Philadelphia fora visit at tin Home of his sister mrs a. G. Mccoy lower Mulberry Street. Miss Mae Dreifuss is visiting relatives in Berwick. Or. And mrs. Charles Dwight Vniller or. And mrs Clarke Moore Harvey Crossley i. C. Mausteller and Roy Shultz of Columbia in West Hemlock township left yesterday morning to attend the grangers picnic it Williams Grove. Henry Wert Iii William Cotner and a in in Kritini of Grovania left yesterday morning for a trip to the grangers picnic at Williams Grove. Or. And mrs. Fred Lewis have returned from a wedding trip to Middletown new York. Rev. And mrs. John Sherman have returned from a visit with friends at eagles men and picture rocks miss Hannah Evans has returned from a visit with friends in Wilkes Barre. Mrs. Jennie Schofield and grandson Edward returned to Philadelphia yesterday after a visit at the Home of her Cousin l. W Snyder Spring Street mrs. L. W. Snyder and sons Edward and Arthur left yesterday for 21 visit in Philadelphia. New York 21ml at hint in City. Judge o. Ltd Evans Aud wife of Berwick spent a few hours in this City yesterday. I ferry Weirick Charles la niger Arl Demott in Harbinger Dick Driscoll and Harry Smith went to Pawnee Bill a show in Sunbury yesterday. Henry we iranian left get ter Day morn in t attend the reunion of the first Pennsylvania Light artillery sit Gettysburg or Wei Maii w is accompany a a i he his daughter mrs Loha Cli and her daughter. Boy Shultz has returned from in extend a 1 visit in Phila it Delphia at Ian in City and in in port an tin Katase pent last evening with friends in Bloomsburg. Henry Kochur an employee of the structural tubing works met with a serious Accident tuesday Forenoon. There was consternation among the employees of the Mill Tiending the arrival of a doctor As it was thought the Man would bleed to death. Or. Kocher who is an elderly Man was working at the shears which were being pm Joyed to Cut up a lot of old Iron rails. He was Sata Diug close by when one of the severed lengths in some Way getting foul in the shears flew up with terrific Force striking the Man upon the face. He fell backwards under the Force of the blow while the blood gushed nut of his nose in a Stream. A physician was quickly called up Over the phone. Meanwhile every Effort was made to Stop the flow of blood hut in vain. By the time or. New Imker arrived which was scarcely More than ten minutes after the Call the injured Man had lost at least a quart of blood and was very weak. Or. Kocher a is struck by the Iron squarely across the Bridge of the nose and it required Only a slight examination to convince Tho doctor that the nose was broken. The had Haemorrhage was due solely to the fracture of the Bones. It required Only a minutes work under the physicians deft manipulation to adjust the broken hone after which the Haemorrhage ceased. The injured 111 111 was removed to his Home on grand Street where at last accounts he was doing very Well. A broken nose while serious enough is not the sort of an injury to keep a Man confined very Long. Fine array of speakers. The arrangements for the menus sunday afternoon meetings at the y. M. Cd a. For september Aud october have been completed and a Pheni omeally fim lit of speakers and musical numbers i announced. The first meeting will take place next sunday afternoon in association Hall at 2 20 of clock. On this occasion Rev. G. H. Hemingway d. D., Pas tor of the presbyterian Church of Bloomsburg will speak to a mixed meeting 011 a personal responsibility. A the Keystone octet will sing. Announcements for other meetings in september Are september . A. C. Mocor Imick 1. Subject a the Healing Fetterman a orchestra. September 16tli.�?h011. H. M. Hinckley. Subject a what it costs to serve the Solo or. Walter Russell. September 22rd.�?Rev. J. K. Byers pastor of the methodist Church of Bloomsburg. Quartet of Bloomsburg. September 20th. Mixed meeting. Rev. M. K. Foster i. D., Solo miss Lucila Werkhiser. October. October 7th. Rev. J. Shambach pastor of the evangelical Church of Bloomsburg. Subject a friendliness. A a Solo or. Irvin Yunnan. October 14th. A Rev. K. B Dunn of Nescopeck. Subject or building without Ellis orchestra. It Ethober 21th.�? prof subject a education met Here los orchestra. October28th. Mixed meeting. Rev. L. W Walter. Subject. A what think be of Christ a method dlr a orchestra. A modern babes Mether u. L. Gordy. And Small crowd at a rangers picnic. Bather a disappointingly Small number of people gathered at Milton Park yesterday on the occasion of the annual picnic of Pomona Grange no. 31. It is estimated that Between 400and 500 people were on the grounds. The Small attendance is attributed to other events that conflicted with the grangers Outing. A Large number of the Farmers Are at Williams Grove this week others Are desirous of 2it-teuding the lutheran reunion at is land Sjirk Sunbury today and not wishing to lose two Days in succession decided to forego the Milton event. The program was carried out As announced. A recitation he miss Cordelia Hottenstein a declamation by Fred Schnure and several musical selections were followed by the s Leech making. Hon. W. L. Nesbitt of Milton was present and delivered a Fine address. Hon. A. L. Martin Deputy Secretary of agriculture and sheriff Edward b. use 11, of Tioga county followed with interesting talks. H011 w. T. Creasy Soke of the in pontaut issues of the present Campaign that effect the Farmers. Rev. Jordon a returned missionary from Persia also Spike. The arrangements for the picnic were in charge of turbot Grange. C. A. I. Ii the Catholic total abstinence Union of Pennsylvania opened its thirty filth annual convention in this City yesterday. The session will adjourn at 8 20 of clock tonight. The delegates began to arrive on tuesday evening he last night there were in enrolled More an expected today. At 8 of clock yesterday morning the delegates assembled Jit St. Josephus Lull i. At 8 20 there was High mass with the Rev. M. I of Reilly. Rector of St. Josephus Church As celebrant. At 10 6� the convention was called a a order by state president Robert .1 Brennan esq., of Central in. At noon there was i recess of an hour and a half. Adjournment took place sit 5 p. 111 at 20 the delegates assembled in St. Josephus Hall where 2111 informal reception was held. Later the delegates in a body visited the structural tubing work after which they attended the Lettun of .1 Washington Logue in the court House. Tho officers of the Catholic total abstinence Union in addition to Robert j. Brennan state president Are Rev. Thomas a. Hayes of sent italia spiritual director h. 1 Cunningham Arnot vice president i j. Sullivan Williamsport treasurer b. I. Mcandrew Pittston Secretary. The following delegates were appointed As a committee on credentials b. J. Mcandrew and miss Essie Pace of Pittston. James a. Buggy Sha Mokin. And j. W. Kinney Arnot. The above committee presented a report which showed that the following delegates were present Thomas Martin and t. J. Mccaffrey St. Josephus Danville m. A. Burmingham j. W. Kinney Tioga county Union James a. Buggy and John a. Burns St. Patrick a Shamokin .1. Bell and Daniel Drew. Annunciation cadets Shenandoah Anthony Mcandrew St. Ignatius Centralia Hon. F. P. Cummings Richard of Connor St. Josephus Williamsport b. J. Mcandrew father Matthews Pittston Alfred h. Pace and Edward Kearney of St Aloysius 2ind miss Annie Cooney and miss Cath Erine Lotus St. Aloysius auxiliary Michael Waters St. Josephus Williams town. Hon. F. P. Cummings mrs. T. H. Sullivan Alfred 11. Page a. C. Birno ingrain James Bell Frank Mccaffrey miss Annie Cooney and a. J. Maud news were appointed i it 21 committee on resolutions. Auditing committee a John a. Burns Thomas Mai tin miss Catherine Loftus Daniel Drew 21111 William Kearney. Press committee Alfred h. Pace m. C. Birmingham. Miss Tessie Price mrs. Annie Cooney. During the afternoon Rev. Father Curran of Wilkes Barre first vice president of the National Union attended the convention and was received with much enthusiasm by the delegates. He delivered 2111 interesting address touching on matters of importance to the Union. Unequal taxation. The Pittston Gazette charges that the h2ickward state of the Public roads in the Coal regions As Well As the Hick of other improvements is due to the parsimony of the Coal companies. It says a it is not a very enviable distinct Ion for corporation officials to in lined up against Good roads but sex j p i Ericc 111 the Coal Region Inis proved 1 that the Coal companies arc against any Public improvement that tends to increase to Weir taxes notwithstanding the fact that every Man who knows anything about taxation in the Coal Region is convinced that our wealth of Coal does not hear its proper proportion of the Cuhlic expense. A anarchy reigns at Berwick. The respectable element of Columbia county is aroused to the highest pitch of excitement Over the lawlessness and anarchy which exists among the foreigners at West Berwick. Us saturday night an atrocious murder was planned and executed while another was attn died. The murderers Are still it Large. District attorney Small has acted promptly and sent an Appeal to the superintendent of the state constabulary asking for a squad of state police to help preserve order As the italians Laid broken beyond All hounds of control of the county authorities who Are powerless to prevent a to petition of the crimes. So far As can be Learned Joe Jones the West Berwick italian who is wanted As the alleged murderer of Joe Morocz in West Berwick on saturday night is still at Large and not much Effort is being put Forth toward his capture. The Columbia county commissioners held i meeting tuesday hut offered no Reward. In is stated that 110 request had been mail a for the commissioners to offer any Reward so far As can he Learned there has not even been a warrant issued. People everywhere Are decrying the outrage of saturday night. There is much t2ilk heard All through the county against the saloons in West Berwick and the deeds which Are committed in that Vicinity it is said that Tho Black hand society holds meetings in West Berwick 2ind that it is implicated 111 both these crimes. People fear that unless sic Tiou is taken in the immediate future out Breaks among the foreigners will become More frequent an a violent and neither life nor property \ ill he Safe. Job printing the Ohice 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 description storm a Ltd n Knigt a during the week now ending storms of unusual severity have swept Over various parts of the state Tho electrical Phenomena have been particular la Brilliant and Many barns and some dwellings have been consumed let a tire coming from the Clouds Many animals live also my Rishi cd and the greens Burg daily record tells of the singular Fate which befell one of the favorite peacocks of the late Frank Cowan. The Bird was sitting on Tho limb of i Pine tree during the prevalence of a heavy storm when it was Struc by lightning Aud instantly kill of. �o110 of the Saddest deaths in the history of Elysburg occurred tuesday afternoon when mrs. Lillian b. Kauffman wife of Leo Promin a lit a a Farmer fell Siutoa Spring in the of her Home and was drowned. Just How the Accident occurred is a mystery a mrs. Kaut Laniau was Alono when the sad Accident happened. She was last seen by her Liu Shand on her Way to the cellar. She was carrying a pail and was going for water for supper it is evident that in stooping Over to till the pail she lost her balance 2in<l fell headlong into the Spring. As the Spring is deep Aud narrow it was impossible for her to extricate herself and Eiith ensued before Auy person discovered her predicament. Garvin Kau Tumau a Young Nephew of the bereaved husband who has been employed on the farm a Jim going into the cellar some time later was horrified to find his aunt head first in the water. He endeavoured to remove mrs. Kauffman from Tho Spring until help had been summoned. Efforts were made to restore life to the body but to no Avail. The deceased was 20 years of age am was married Only last january. She was Well known throughout the Region 011 the South Side of the River. She is survived by a brother Hatton l. Helwig of Seattle Washington. Lee Kauffman the husband was formerly employed at the Hospital for the insane at this place having left there soon after his marriage last january. Mrs. Kauffman was the daughter of the lit or. And mrs. Solomon Helwig it will he remembered or. Helwig died from injuries received in a Accident in 1904. A year later the death of mrs. Helwig occurred mrs. Kauff mails demise being the third death within two years. New principal for Normal Schoof Tho Board of trustees of the blooms Burg state Normal school last evening received a Telegram from or. J. Waller that to had tendered his resignation As principal of the Indiana state Normal school. That he has resigned from the Indiana school Means that he will accept the Bloomsburg principal ship. All Bloomsburg is this to Ruig congratulating itself i Xii tin anticipated return of or. Waller. He is formerly of Bloomsburg and a Desce deut of one of the oldest Aud Best families of that place. Or. Waller was formerly for thirteen years principal of the Norm in school at Bloomsburg leaving there to accept the position of state superintendent of Public instruction in Pennsylvania. Leaving Pennsylvania he went to Indiana where he Lias been for thirteen years. Or. Waller is a ordained minister of the presbyterian Church Aud a doctor of divinity. A camping party elopement. Columbia county is rather noted for its elopement a but is remains for a Young couple from Pittsburg who have been camping near Light Street to reach the height of the unique in matrimonial adventures. Miss Lottie Clark and William Buchanan. Of Pittsburg with miss Clarks sister and Harry Kellar of Berwick have been camping at the Bridge Uear Light Street. Miss Clark Aud Buchan-2111 had decided to Trot in double harness and 011 tuesday had completed All i arrangements for the Happy event which was to have been informed in Camp. The minister even had arrived when it was found that a License was necessary. Both Are under age Aud As the parents reside in Distant Pittsburg a quicker course was decided upon. Accordingly the Young couple left yesterday morn ing for Binghamton and returned to Chimp last evening Mau and wife. Will fill canal at Bloomsburg. The a. L. W. Officials in a special i in visited Bloomsburg yesterday for the purpose of ins a dec thug the canal at that Phiene about which the citizens of Bloom have been loud in their Cam plaints of late. The 1. L. Amp w. People were some what surprised to find that the conditions about which the complaints had been entered were greatly augmented by the town of Bloomsburg itself in emptying surface sewage into the disused ditch. The Railroad men however seemed to he in favor of Early improvements at Bloomsburg and it is expected the company will fill up the canal. Two lectures 011 Temperance. Two 21s Fine addresses 011 the subject of total abstinence 21s were Ever heard in this City were delivered in the court House list night by j. Washington Login incl f. P. Cummings of Williamsport or was a s Vecial feature of t he Stilto Convent iou and attracted a Good sized audience. Both of these men arc Able orators and devoted workers in the cause of Teunie Aiice. Each held tin closest attention of the audience and was frequently applauded using River Coal. Several families in the upper part of a own Are filling their cellars with River Coa which they extract from the Stream in Small boats. Still a few can piers Are enjoying the charms of nature

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