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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - December 2, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. 55�?no -15danville pa., thursday. December 2, 1u09 established in 185e items condensed. Wanted local agent. To advertise and introduce the new educational work websters dictionary and Atlas of the world. Must 1b educated and Able to furnish Good references As to ability and character. The Saalfield publishing company Akron Ohio. Pittsburg May become the Centre of the Standard Oil interests after january 1. Adjunct to the helping hand society a charitable organization at Bangor the anti iian Dout league inimical to tramps has been formed. Philadelphia knights of have purchased a plot of ground at Broad and Poplar streets and will erect a building that will Cost them $400,000. One ton of fresh fish was distributed among the poor of Lebanon on thanksgiving by Charles a. Moore an a councilman following an annual custom. Pittsburg and Sewickley May be connected with a Boulevard if Bellevue Avalon Ben Avon and Ems Worth become part of the City. The county officers have declared that the county will do its share to Aid the constructing of the Road or. William Kelley of China has presented to tin Mercersburg Academy a manuscript written by the late i Hung a hang the noted chinese Diplomat. The paper is on Quot confucius and was written when the anther was 75 years of age. Thomas Gates aged go. Almost suspended traffic of the Allegheny Valley Railroad at Pittsburg by a Little joke he is said to have played. He flagged with a Rod Banner every train that name along and several slowed up he Mas arrested on the charge of disorderly conduct. Mrs. Gertie Cupp of Reading was awarded $1,338.58 damages from the City for a broken leg sustained when she stepped from a Street car into a Bole in the Street. Hor husband was Given $328.95 for loss of his wife a services and for medical attendance. The pity made no defense. Miss Dora Karnes of Boyertown was burned probably fatally As the result of the upsetting of an Oil lamp. Her sister was in the same room and ran from it screaming. Another sister tried to put ont. The flames but failed and the girl was rolled in the Snow aft or she had gone outdoors. Governor Stuart will to asked to a lint a democratic judge to succeed judge Robert von Moseh Ziker on common Picas court no 3, Philadelphia. These lawyers were decided on in the order named at a meeting a if the democratic club in the City of brotherly love. Henry Rudd of judge Theodore f. Jenkins and sex speaker John e. Faunon. There is Only one Democrat on the Philadelphia Bench and it is said that the new Man ought no belong to that party to equalize matters. In a Gas explosion at the Scott Shaft near Shamokin seven miners wore injured badly. Of a or of them May die. Henry Short the Pioneer slate pro in Mitor did cd at. His Home at Bangor on saturday at. The age of 81 years. To had a Fortune based on the Sale of powder patents to France Italy and Ugland. Sarah Ronnyn. Was burned to death in the cellar of her Homo by the explosion a if some Gas that had accumulated in the Furnace and was exploded when it was diluted Lay air Liy her opening the a Loor. It is sail that there will be a shortage of Anthracite Coal if rain does not Homo before the ground becomes Frozen. Production Alre Vly has fallen a Ift Viper cent since tin dry spa ill set in. Few of the collieries an working full Lime most of them being unable to get. Any More water than will run them three or four hours a a Lay. After four years Alexnder , aged 73,a former i Wmk re if Nuss has regained Possession a if his v a a state by a ruling lamp county court became deranged illness and placed in the hand he now Lias been declared sane. On account of the activity of the Law and order society of county Many applicants fair liquor licenses who numbered 1,100 last year Aro slow about putting in applications of a or renewals this year of a Are no pro seen inn for violations of the Law. Although there Are but two weeks 1 it to Lile applications there an but 338 banded in. L. R. Gashom of Pittsburg former collector of taxes who accepted a contract under former mayor Guthrie has put in a claim for commission on taxes collected in Adili Tion to his salary. He took an Appeal from a loins started in common pleas court against him by the City to recover $72,508.70 claimed As collections due from him. Dangerous Blaze at the big Mill the Quot masons House a at the Reading Iron works was destroyed by to re sunday evening for the second time with in a year. It was about 7 15 of clock when an alarm of Fin was sent in. Simultaneously with the ringing of the fire Bells a Blaze of lurid flame shot into the sky which left no doubt either As to the location or the magnitude of the fire. A cry went up that the big Mill was on fire. Instantly hundreds of pm Pele seemed to materialize on Mill Street and nearby thoroughfares All joining in a Rush to the scene a if the lire. Tim fire companies were Quick to respond and they did splendid execution. La less than Twenty minutes after the alarm was sounded the tin was under control. All four of the companies were of the ground. The building that burned was used by the masons and contained their tools besides a Quantity of lire Clay and mortar used in repairing the furnaces. It was heated with a Large stove or Furnace from which it is thought the lire originated. The Structure was of Frame built of the site of the House used for the same purpose which was destroyed by tin. Last Winter. Tim building was som it 20 by 30 feet situated at the South Western Corner of the big Mill. The lire proved a very stub Boni one As the windows were protected with Iron screens which made it difficult to get at the flames with the Hose. Fortunately there was no wind while As the result of the recent Snow the roofs were Damp and not easily ignited. The burned building stood less than ten feet from the puddle Mill and several times the tire communicated to it the roof of the main building. Each time however the flames were extinguished before they got manuli of a hold. Had the weather conditions been different no doubt the firemen would have found it a difficult task to save the Mill. The masons House was practically destroyed along with its contents. The pump House which stands just East and which also took tire the other time the masons House bund last evening due to the vigilance of the firemen wholly escaped the to looms. Throughout there was full co operation among the firemen and they worked to a Good purpose. Otherwise there might have been a different Story to i Tell. No estimate As to i tin loss was Given. Many Bucks slain Harrisburg pa., Dee. 1. Quot tin Deer season which closed yesterday after fifteen Days of shooting has been a peculiarly Good said Secretary Kalbfus of the game cd in missing today. Quot while the number of Bucks killed was probably not so Large As last year then were about 500 antlered Heads Laid la in. Very few a Loes were killed i am glad to say. Quot it is not generally known that the number of bears killed in the state of recent years has surpassed that of the Deer yet it is a fact. This year there were Between g00 and 700 bears shot Ami the season has not ended yet. Quot Tim pheasant season which also closes today was a very Good our hut from All accounts received so far the indications Point to the fact that the Large majority a if them were Rock Birds. Nine tenths of tin Birds i have seen dead were male. The Lien Birds seem very scarce and the chances Are that next your pheasants will in scarce. I a to not know How to account for this but reports from every cd Sun to show that males predominated in every sportsman s Danville Man shoots a Bear Frank k. Yeager while Hunting on the mountains near Bellefont last week achieved the enviable feat of shooting a big Black Bear. As a trophy of his prowess he brought the Pelt of Ruiu along Hack to town placing it on exhibition at the store of m. H. Sch ram where it waste iwo Al sat inlay by a Large number of people. During an interview with or. Yeager. Who Resillez at no. 400 East i1 rout Street tin following facts were learn i de regarding the shooting of the Bear or. Yeager is a member of tie inv a Dertow Rifle a dub which during the Deer Hunting season Hail a Camp on Pennis Creek near Cherry run station. Besides or. Yeager the following persons were in the Camp William Hoy and Abram Zimmerman a if Snyder town Edward Yeager a if Sudbury John and Samuel Pursley. Of Warren and David Libbey of Weikel. The club was Hunting on White Mountain and bail plenty of real sport. During last week Abram Zimmerman shot a Large five prong a Leer. Interest however seems to Center on the killing of the Bear which is an achievement before which the Mere exploit of shooting a Deer in the estimation of most Hunters Pules into insignificance. Or. Yeager ran across tin bar on the top of the Mountain. When first seen Bruin was leisurely making his Way through a thick growth of Bushes. Or. Yeager was 150 Yards away but he decided to open an attack. He fired three shots at that distance each one taking effect when the Bear came out into the open. In the minute or so following or. Yeager filed five More additional shots. Each shot took of feet. Bears Uro proverbially hard to kill however and this one prove a no exception. Two a if the shots knocked tin Bear Down but each time he arose. After to it a last shot with eight bullets in his body he came Down the Mountain. Whether in his wounded state the Bear took cognizance of the Man or not is Uncertain but he come directly toward or. Yeager and a lib a about thirty feet from him he Dropp d for the last Limo. The Bear weighed 250 pounds and it might not have been an easy matter to it have gotten thu carcass into Camp had us it the wounded animal aces Minadat singly came Down the Mountain to a lie. As a matter of fact the hear dropped quite near the Hank a if the Creek and All that the Hunters had to i a to was to la Ian a tin carcass onto a boat and Eon a vey it into Caius a a Listone of smile three Hundred Yards. I according to custom thu meat was a divided among the Hunters. While Llu handsome Pelt fell to it or. Yeager. Or. I Schram will Send a the Pelt to a Charles h. Eldon the it a pm it taxidermist a it of Williamsport who will cure the skin making if into a Rug for or. Yeager. A thu Pelt Glossy Blaek in color you gains the head and paws of thu Bear Anil will no doubt make a strikingly Beautiful Rug. Flank r. Yeager is a carpet or by occupation employed on the new work at the Hospital for the insane. He is also a number of tin National guard and is an Export Marksman. He is a sergeant in company of twelfth regi a Mill of this place. He made a remarkable score during Rifle practice and shot a in the company team at thu annual match held at Sudbury last summer. Pillar fell Over Jas paint n Lay Liu ring. Llu structural or tin West la 1905 his Al u result his property of a cumin Semi Ray. Nelv injury i h i an pm ploy i 1 m tilling works and was walking 1 through the puddle Mill connected with tin Plant operate i he Howe Ami Samuel when a heavy pillar support aug tin roof system owing to some Caupe lost its Suppert and fell Over. 1 striking him on both limbs inf i Ting painful injuries above the Knees. The Elioue in neither leg is broken but the 1 injury is such As to incapacitate him for work for some time. Yesterday of Toru Oon he was suffering consult Ruble pain Anil was unable to sit up. A studies in the Christian in response to an invitation from i the Mahoning presbyterian Church Rev. Henry w. Frost of Philadelphia is delivering a series of addresses this week entitled Quot studies in the Christian the first address was a to liver nil in the lecture room last evening. There will he two in dresses today and two tomorrow thursday and Friday at 1 and a .7 30 p. M. The Public i. In a toil to share in these a helpful studies. There will to no coi sections. Another Chance tor hungry Sam. Here s a Chance for a hungry Sam a the human Ostrich. He s got a rival in Joe Wita of Hazleton who proudly throws out his Chest and hurls a a left at any Man in tin state to an eating contest. In that Section Luis suit a to have an appetite like a circular saw and a in eat anything from Orilin Ury ii thai to real food. At on sitting i lie said to have a i Vou Reil a Peck of potatoes three dozen eggs two loaves of hrs and with this vast feast la drunk a can of Brown beverage. Michael Mcconnell night watchman it the audury Bruk stables at Pittsburg had a desperate hat tie with j a huge owl which gained Entrance to 1 thu building and had the thirty seven horses in a panic. The hint escaped from thu stable after being beaten off by the watchman whose arms and a Shoumer show what an owls talons eau do attacked a Workman on his j Way to his daily labor Anil was beaten off by the Aid of a dinner pail. All but four teachers present Tim opening session of the Montour county teachers Institute was held in the High school room monday afternoon. Of the seventy five teachers of the county All but four were enrolled. The showing in Point a if attendance was a Little less flattering than last year when All the teachers were enrolled at thu opening session. In All probability today All thu teachers employee a will res kind to the Roll Call. The devotional exercises monday were conducted by thu Rev. Joseph k. Guy. Pastor of Shiloh reformed Church. Or. George Leslie Omwake of 1 Ursina College and or. Paul Martin Pearson of Swirth Nitro College the principal instructors of the week each occupied a period. In the introductory addresses the speakers were Able to touch Only lightly on their subjects. Each however made a most excellent impression showing not Only that he was Complete master of his theme and Hall new and original ideas to offer hut also that he was a speaker whose personality and methods employed were such As Are bound to please and attract. It required but one Short Al Drufle to bring speaker and teachers on excellent terms. Or. Oin Wake occupied the first it period. He a explained that his lecture would lie mainly in the Field of educational theory Boug simply a portion of his course in the philosophy of education which he gives to the seniors of ursinus College who aim to make teaching their life work. His opening address was a in the Quot vital forces of the school. A he made Clear the distinction Between those features of the school which Are merely material and those which Are organic. While we All realize that thu teacher Ami the Pupil represent vital forces we a to not usually act cent the full implication of this fact in our educational thinking As is seen in the figures of speech by which the teaching process is so often described we must beware of All analogies similes parables Ami allegories in on educational thinking. Human life can but fully let it mpr a pm titled a tuly in. Terms a of itself. A corollary to the main proposition of life itself is growth. Here Tho teach i must keep in mind two principles that a if comple Temos and that of preparation. It is a mistake to think that maturity is essential to Complete no is. Life a an lie Complete at every stage and indeed should be. This makes it necessary for the team Lier to know life not merely from the adult View mint but in its genetic aspects. He will film present in children Many a tilings that arc according to the standards of grown up Jie Ople undesirable i vet which Are present in a Hihi life by i nature Ami which constitute legitimate Steps in his growth. To be Complete at every stage is also to in prepared. Life is always a preparation. Education must take account of this. Preparedness saves the Pupil from failure. For a child to experience repeated failures is to acquire the a habit a if failure. Many men fail in life lie cause they have been educated to it. Tin teacher also is a vital Force Ami needs to grow. The Best Way for a i teacher to keep from reaching the a Lead line is to i keep close to child life to live in the child a realm of experience. Further both teacher and child must be contributing forces. Both sometimes go i to school to Quot get out of it All that they a an. Such an attitude is fatal. Life Anil growth fall Short without fruit bearing. Progress is made Only by the Quot clash a of minds Quot and the usual older of exercises is desirable for the purpose of relieving Monotony. Tuesdays sessions. The second Day of Institute brought out a Good attend Luce 77 teachers All but our employed in the county being present. The subjects discussed by the instructors were practical in their nature Ami were clearly presented. The music was a feature that was much enjoyed. The Chaviel exercises tuesday morning were by the Rev. James Wollaston Kirk pastor of Mahoning presbyterian Church. The first period was occupied by or. Omwake on the Quot three Fields of pedagogy. A a it was a most excellent talk. The following Points Are noted or. Omwake stated that he had taken the measure of the rank and tile of teachers and that he did not think lie was mistaken in believing that there is an Earnest desire among them to increase their store of learning and Advance in their profession. Teachers he said should be socialists first of All in the things fundamental to their own particular line of work. In other Worrils it becomes necessary that they should lie master of the science of their profession just As a physician is or should be the master of the science of my Dicue. Teachers also should have an accurate knowledge of the sciences lying at to lie Bottom of their profession. Twenty five years ago this would have been relatively a easy matter because the science of education in those Days was not to be compared to that of the present. The Shaker commented on tie wonderful strides made educationally during the last Quarter of a Century. Owing to the growth of colleges and universities there is now an enormous amount of matter available relating to subjects that lib at the Bottom of the teachers profession. Time was when Ono could cover All subjects of education without much of an Effort at present however the subjects embraced or it Many and thu list of hip Lar volumes relating to education would constitute a fair sized Library. With the average teacher actually employed in teaching the Day is past who a ii in or she May leave school work and spend three or four years at some College or University in Pursuit of knowledge relating to the science a if teaching. Teachers however at the present time May Avail themselves of the Many works written Reading up Ami improving themselves even for thu highest Grade of school work while actually engaged in teaching. Or. Omwake his opinion the profession of teaching is one the knowledge of which include tin things that Are to be taught but that at the same time the teachers mental Range should run far Bey Oil that limit and grasp the whole Field of human knowledge and experience. Briefly the so weaker s purpose in the morning address was to Lay Bare what seemed to he the legitimate Field Foi to a Luis to labor in while prosecuting their studies and investigations in order to improve themselves As instructors of tin Young. The second period of the Forenoon was occupied by or. Pearson. He i Welt Especial la on Quot pronunciation a prefacing his address with some very common sense observations. To stated that a Over precise Ziemin can be just As vulgar in speech As an Over dressed person is in clothes. Such person May he said to be our who has just a Little knowledge. In a general Way he pronounces his words in such a manner As to Call attention to himself you feel that to is Quot very precise Quot and thus he attracts attention just As the Quot loudly Quot dressed person does to himself. A As a matter of fact or. Pearson when Linde of teacher tui.1 pupils i svs be really Only a i c i. I. A few words. At the same time Correct i pronunciation is As important and As not present a quorum was not present at the special meeting of Council tuesday a to called for the purpose of taking action on the plans for sewerage and sewage Scarlet fever the monthly report of the local registrar to the Bureau of vital statistics shows about the same number of communicable diseases that were reported a disposal Plant. Engineer Collins who last month. In november there Wen surveyed the Borough Aud made the drawings was present along with Borough Engineer g. F. Keefer of Suu Bury. Members of Council present were president Andrew Schatz James Connelly John ii. M. Curry Jacob von Blohn and Ira Everhart chairman of the committee on sewers. Notwithstanding the absence of a quorum Engineer Collins of Pencil the package containing drawings etc., re lating to purification of sewage which he sent to the Borough by exp ires eight cases of diphtheria and five cases of Scarlet fever in addition to which it is worthy of note that two Mon eases of the latter disease were reported yesterday. The death rate for november was higher than usual Twenty seven deaths being Reni sorted fourteen a if which occurred at the Hospital for the insane g practically All the known communicable diseases with the exception of mumps figure in the local registrars report for november. Diphtheria and couple of weeks ago. The members Scarlet fever Lead. Thru a act of thus Wei made acquainted with much valuable data relating to sewerage and the sewage disposal Plant which will be acted upon subsequently. It was Learned among other things that the site selected for the sewage disposal Plant is located just below thu Creek s Mouth. Engineer Collins explained that the plans As made reduce the a Lunger from High water to a minimum. The filter bed will be elevated so that the Bottom drains will be three feet above the surface of the ground. He demonstrated that the River would have to Rise Twenty five feet above the present level before the water would Inte Feio with thu Plant at All that the River would have to Rise six feet still higher before it would put the disposal i Plant out of commission. I the voluminous packet was four us to i contain a valuable map of the sewer system of the Borough which is in effect a map of Danville showing Gulicki a addition the River Mulu Ming Creek and thu entire locality Down tin River including tin cry ekes Mouth Aud the site below if of the pro posed sewage disposal Plant. Thu map which contains tin present and the proposed sewers shows the sizes of pipe Aud flow the percentage of Grade Ami the Topography of the Borough. It is a general outline map six feet Long Aud three feet wide and is altogether a most valuable acquisition to the Borough. The packet contained in addition plans fair the sewage disposal Plant and some other Blue Ami Black prints. Borough Engineer Keefer Chicken pox and three cases of measles were reported. There was one Case of whooping cough and one ease of Erysipelas. There were two cases of pneumonia one of which resulted fatally. Then was also one death from diphtheria. There was Only one Casi of typhoid fever. Thu a Lieut was removed to the Joseph Ratti Hospital at Bloomsburg and is at present receiving treatment there. Two cases of pulmonary tuberculosis were reported during the month. Relative to these it is worthy of no a that the Date of Onset in each Case occurred As far Back As thu Spring of 1908. The prevalence of diphtheria Ami Scarlet fever is no longer confined to a the second Ward but takes in the entire scope of town. Four bands thu mummers association held a meeting in thu parlor of the Bunly House last night with president John Cruikshank in the hair and Thomas g. Vincent acting As Secretary. The committees All reported Progress showing that everything is moving along very satisfactorily. In relation to finances this is especially True the re Jort showing the Money needed for music prizes &c., is coming in twice As fast As t is year. A on motion major Gearhart of the committee on music was directed to write to the Exchange hand inform ing it that the association will accept after j its terms provided a agreement can looking Over thu drawings spoke very he reached As to Quot expenses a four highly of the plans Aud sail he had no bands Are m a now practically ass Rcd. Met but that they will a a a approved sheriff i. C. Williams reported that inasmuch As the time by or. Dixon limit has about expired the plans will la it doubt be sent into the state a a part meet of health Nur by on the approval of tin presi Lent of a a Tim in without being a a i on 1> i a. I a ire body As was at first intern after Long illness the structural tubing works m. Ii. Schram Francis Hartman. Andrew a Clitz and Edward White tin latter of Mahoning town hip. Will each have a float in to a a or �.,�?�. I get tin kingdom of ideas has a a Rii hid. It is Only in this a it is expected that the Smith Mem a a a rial immune a to placed at thu j of Fuir mount Park at fila. W 11 i a i mtg let i in 1912. They w started in two stut i mom of a Tiu ral George a ctr la Laii Atid the other of general Hancock i will be the chief figures of the Nuniss Ive memorials. Plaste r cards of the Tate yes have Btu placed Oil the Monu a merits giving a idea of the size of j the structures when completed. Wilson farm Eric of near Pittsburg the of four Brothers who have a lied in Lour months. Contributing to lit instead of getting out of it All that is possible that thu great Paradox of on Saviour becomes intelligible Quot to him that hath shall be Given and from him that hath not shall taken away even that which be or. Pearson occupied the last period Ltd the afternoon. Ii Spike a in the necessity of having thu voice Nuder control ill rating thu disadvantage that Taolu is. Especially Are under who fail to properly modulate their voices. In attributed thu Lack a if Good order in Many schools to thu effect of thu to in shrill voice of the teacher. We an strangely affected. By hour is and our voices come to take Oil the tone a if voices that we hear. The teachers voice should be Well trained it should to firm and under perfect a control. I or. Pearson Ontliin-1 a Short a excise a Ilc plated to a give self control and to j develop a Ile per tone. It is the teachers in nov not Only to get Tho proper Quot voice a herself hut also to require Tho pupils to Ltd modulate their voices to suit the room in which they Are speaking. When out of doors the pupils should to permitted to yell a As loudly As they want to. The speaker illustrated an exercise for develop ing Tho voice to he used in the sch a Mil room on Days when a departure from Clif i necessary As Correct grammar. A or. Pm Ison gave a Drill in to 1-rent sounds of thu vowels Quot of a or Quot us a a ice. He conducted a useful a a tvr Cist Fogt a getting strength of tone Ami described a breathing exercise to he used in the school room with windows Down. Ii it also a test in pro-1 Gnu citation in which it was that l re it number old familiar habitually mispronounced. In the afternoon or. Oin Wake spoke on Quot the mind of the he deplored that thu object sought in school is too often thu men a Lisci Plin ing a it of the Mill of the Pupil Aud that not a Jongh attention is paid to the acquisition of accurate aug a definite knowledge. To does not deny that mental discipline is important but his View is that a a a location should also be a Means of acquiring knowledge that will he of value to thu Pupil through life. Boys Aud girls Are Tangor to i think that they Are git aug to school merely to get their minds disciplined. It is hard to get that idea ont of their Heads. As a result there is a woeful Lack of reliable information among the pupils of today All of which is in striking contrast to former Ages when learning consisted in actually getting knowledge and students committed Tho Cou continued on 4th Page mrs. Elijah c. Voris a Obi Ami highly esteemed resident. Of Danville died at thu family Hoim i. Street at 3 25 a in Loek vaster in after Yoou following a Long and painful �11-N��ss. The deceased was aged 7g years and 29 Days. She was born in Chillisquaque township Northumberland county her Natuko before marriage being Julia d. Troxell fur thu greater part of her life she Resi Deil in Danvila. She was a member a if thu Mahoning presbyterian Church and was a consistent Clire Tiu. J a beside her husband she is survived c by one son Charles k. Voris tax re-1 Oliver of tin Borough of Danville Tho is also survived by a sister mrs. Mary e. Spalding of Freeport l. I., Aud i one brother b. F. Troxell a if Chicago i the fun r-1 will beheld Satun Lynt 1 id o clock Lucr Lieut will take Placo in Fairview cemetery and will he private. Thu stove Tion by w. \. Six if for flu by ii tit a rail is now a i window of Frank a a Oriu r of Mill in Assoc in get disposed mummers i it a in thu Trigor store. Mahoning another big House Peifer scored John c. Pfeife several Pii Zus j Multry show w t i if. Lauilo a mild White Orpington which Luing there this w of. Or. P if res bins took second Cocker 1 a mls it my i Pullet and first p n. It is claimed a that the show at Williamsport which is being conducted Nailer thu auspices of to Williamsport poultry and Kennel Elna is the largest Ever held in Pennsylvania. Funeral of mrs. Forney. The funeral of mrs. William Forney took place yester Lay afternoon from the family re Iii eur. Mowery Street and was lung by at temp i. Thu s ulcer were conducted by the Rev. A. M. Geig a pastor of St. Johns lutheran ii urholt. Interment was male in Odd Fellows cemetery. Injured at Berwick. S. B. Grove a Danville Lefian eni j Loyed As an electrical worker at the steel Plant in Berwick was severely i injured a a sri Day when he fill 18 of a a a t from a Law la or of which la was work ing. His left foot was bad by sprain etl anti in was painfully bruised. Thu Murray Mackoy company last evening came pretty near duplicating their achievement of packing the Danville opera House on monday night. Again last night thu gallery and a press Circle were filled and thu parquet was about two thirds occupied. Thu Amli it Nee was Well a pail by a very Merit Orion production of Quot Tho two it trims. A a Lui ething that a an always hot said for the Murray Mackey management is that their plays an always Well staged. Last evenings offering was no i exception. The stage setting for thu second act of Quot tie two it orphans was i of he scially elaborate and has Seldom Luen equalled on Tho log us i theatre. Tonight the company will give Quot thu slave a very Strong ail i sensational russian a trim a epic ing the life of the. Russian evicts in Siberia. Or. Rakey already has a number of up pliant for Piliu of of the Amateur night program which will la give n in connection with thu production of Quot to e Dot Vil Quot of Friday. Big dividends to a aggregating?.�. Mailed this week to its holders in Payne it of a cent Semi annual a livid Sylvania Railroad Couitt dividends since it was wars no i i l in cd g3 its entire c ii ital Stock of the Varia share in do r i plugs of a rudders is 115 v a i no a f which is $,5750. It f thu total number a if shareholders i 26,904, or 48.62 per cent Are women i a statement just compiled shows that 16,812 shareholders Are located in the state of Pennsylvania thu average Impi visual holdings amounting to 96 shares. In thu last two years the number of shareholders in Peunsyl-1 Varia Lias increased 1,389

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