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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - December 23, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaState Library. Vol. 55�?no 51danville �pa., thursday. December 23, 1909 established in 185c wanted local agent to advertise Aud introduce the new educational work. Websters dictionary and Atlas of the world. Must be educated and Able to furnish Good references As to ability and character. The Saalfield publishing company Akron. Ohio. John Godschalk was killed at Easto when he was run Over by an ice Wagon. Morton l. Montgomery of Reading has written an exhaustive history of Berks county. Five Hundred eighty one turkeys were shipped from York to Philadelphia last week for Christmas dinners. Stephen Foreland was killed by a f ill of slate while coming our of the Cincinnati mine at Courtney near Beallsville. When the House of mrs. Elizabeth Mccormick was Burn a 1 at California the Normal school students saved the nearby property. Trafford City held a big town Din tier to buy a school Bell and succeeded in raising $400. It will be placed on the new $50,000 building. John George of was crushed to death Between two cars which he was coupling on the Western Allegheny Road at Portersville. Each of the 1,200 male members of St. Stephens reformed Church at Reading Lias promised to give $1 toward the laymen a missionary movement. Mrs. Sarah Irons of Philadelphia who has been separated from her husband since 1871, is suing that individual for $402 which she says is due her in Hack Alimony. A number of Philadelphia merchants have been arrested for Selling bad eggs. Some Bakers of the same place Are known to have been using few if any eggs colouring their cakes with Coal tar. Three year old Mary Gardner of South Canonsburg was burned to death when her clothes caught fire at an open grate. Her Mother was burned seriously about the arms and face in trying to save the child. Before a Large gathering of the mining experts of Western Pennsylvania and adjoining districts held at the University of Pittsburg John h. Jones advocated having a minimum amount of air in collieries saying that too much carries Coal dust. Perry d. Minnick wrote Black Hall letters at Philadelphia to help pay his Way through Drexel Institute demanding $555 from d. T. Walker. He has been freed by the court pending inquiry As to whether he had any criminal intent As the letters contained no threats. Elwood j. Delp of Hellertown. Was sent to the Northampton county jail for three months for Alt ring a Railroad pass. Eli Wallace a retired Blacksmith living in the Eastern end of Lebanon county is the kind of a Santa Claus that amounts to something. He Iii it s a tour of the Vicinity where he lives every six weeks providing for tin sick and helpless giving shoes to children who otherwise would to kept out of school for Lack of them and sometimes burying the dead. Our old woman who died recently at the age of so gathered her existence for nearly Twenty years from this Man. Firtik Clausi a Philadelphia Barber when he was on trial for having i a his Possession and trying to pass spurious coins in order to give an excuse for having cyanide of potassium in his Possession shame toned his own head with the drug Ted formed a big Latour. He had Chloride of Silver too both these drugs being used in making counterfeit Money. The jury found him guilty and acquitted his wife who was charged with the same offences. Fifteen alleged offenders Are under Hail to appear for hearings for running Turkey Raffles at Harrisburg. Elude Sale raids were Mae under t i orders of District attorney John Fox Weiss. Raffles or a conducted at thanksgiving time in open Defiance Trio Law. William Derst of Philadelphia said to be the Only survivor of the famous Battle Between the Monitor and Mer Rimac was in court on saturday to appear against Warren Scullin whom he accused of robbing hint of Ltd a. Scullin was in 1 under $1,000 bail for court. To. W. Bridge aged 85, superintendent of the p i act is org Mou Ougal la and Washington railway company is dying at a Hospital As the result of firing a Bullet into his left Side at Tonnu Gabela. Before he became unconscious lie said that the shooting was partly accidental. Professor p. B. Soh Wincet of Lehigh University was appointed the expert by the state Railroad commission to digest the reports on the boilers of locomotives on use on railroads throughout the state. I. Woolley a 10 reorganize state militia the subject of furnishing Coal to the water works occupied considerable time before the Borough Council Friday night. A communication was received from a. H. Woolley representing the Montour Coal and Iron company relative to a proposition he made at the last that he would furnish the water works Good buckwheat Coal at $2.40 per ton which proposition was rejected by Council. He now proposes to have a disinterested expert make a chemical test no his Coal and the Coal at present in use at the water works for which $2.50 per to Quot a is paid. He insists that he is entitled to a share a if the Borough s business and repeated his offer that he will furnish the Best Grade of Nanticoke Bue Khoat Coal delivered in the 1 ins at the water works for $2.40 per Gross ton. Any length of time from three Mouths to a year will be Given for payment. On motion or. Woolley a communication was ordered filed. Or. Marshall took up the subject Aud demanded to know who constitute the a a people a Coal co.,�?� which is at present furnishing Coal for the water works. Or. Everhart explained that the company in question is composed of t. L. Evans sons and that he himself is Only a Salesman employed. On motion of or. Marshall it was ordered that fifty feet of new Hose be procured for the Washington Host company. Or. Marshall stated that the Are Light at Church and East Market streets has been reported our very frequently of late. Electrician Smith made an explanation. He admitted that the Light might have gone out and said such occurrences Are unavoidable. He took occasion to utter a protest against the amount of misrepresentation that tie Light Plant and his personal labors abolish i especially a subjected to. Tie most absurd stories Are told by Jyh Tsohos who Are utterly ignorant a if conditions relating to a Light Plant. Of motion a it or. Lies it was ordered that 150 feet a if Paragon Hose be ordered fair tin Continental Hose company and 50 feet tor the Goodwill Hose company. On motion of or. Marshall it was or Lerell that repairs be made on East Market Street Between Mill Street and the episcopal Church As soon As at All practicable. A communication was received from w. Masc West so Elicitor of Mahoning township relative to the disputed township line explaining that the supervisors of Mahoning township Are not allowed by Law to agree to the location of township lines. If there is any dispute with reference to the location of the line Between the i Orough of Danville and the township of Mahon brigade ing. Or. West sail it can in Ascer to Niue a a upon a proper petition in sent de to the court to i re locate said line. The supervisors therefore refuse to approve anything that has been done by the Borough Engineer. The following communication relative to the above was received from Borough solicitor Gearhart a replying to your letter a if 8th iust., enclosing communication from solicitor and supervisors of Mahoning township relative to the Boundary line dispute 1 will state that while it is to he regretted that said supervisors refuse to accept the fair Ami sensible plan suggested by Council through it Radical changes will be made in the National guard of Pennsylvania shortly in accordance with general orders issued from National gnarl Headquarters in Harrisburg saturday. The changes will by a upon the basis �1-manded by the requirements of the Dick uniform militia Bill which goes into effect on january first Aud will give to this state a body of citizen soldiery of ten thousand men. The change occasioned by the a it re la a that creat<8 most local interest in the enlarging of the twelfth regiment by the addition of two companies Lewis town and belly Foute. Tin Oiler provides for tin mint a it tin governor who will lose their \ t giant colonels Janu s Kyle son jr., Philadelphia James m. Ried count is ill Ned Ard it n flood Mead Villi Walter t. Bra lev Philada Luhm Janies Archibald jr., Pottsville e. Beitler Philadelphia Fred Taylor in so a. Charles a. Rook Pittsburg j. Warner Hutchins Philadelphia John r. Wiggins. Philadelphia Oliver s. Hers Lilinau. Pittsburg Aud John Sailer Philadelphia. A new brigade is added to the pm in Sylvania guardsmen making four in All the fourth brigade being made up of companies from two of the ��1�1 brigades this will create ranks for officers in these departments and a to away with then Ronal appointment by the major general and brigadier general of tin members of their staffs who in future will be officers and enlisted Man selected from the several depart meets and appointed Aud assigned by tin governor. These Are some will be made by the issuance of this order which is calculated to bring the National guardsmen As nearly up to a the Standard of efficiency of the regular army As possible. On january 1, which is the a Lato these orders take effect there will in in the United states a standing militia of 110,000 men fully organized and equipped along the same lines As the regular army and ready to take the Field at a moments notice. The orders issued saturday from Harrisburg give in detail the Complete reorganization of the National guard. The reorganization was made very easy by the fact that since the Spanish american War adjutant general Stewart who is to be chief a if staff with the rank of brigadier general Lias been working with this end in View. Twelve company regiments have been gradually made the Rule Ami the organization of the various departments was completed several years ago along tin same lines As the regular army. This reorganization As it affects the National guard of Pennsylvania will give it a division composed of four geographically located to meet the Best requirements of Tho needs of any emergency that May arise within the Borders of the state. The four brigades will be composed of three regiments each As follows a first brigade. First second Ami third regiments All of Philadelphia. Second brigade. Tenth sixteenth and eighteenth regiments located on Western southwestern and Northwestern counties. Third Brigas to. Ninth twelfth Anil thirteenth regiments located in Central Northern and Northwestern counties. New brigade As yet unnamed fourth sixth and a eighth regiments Scales weighed pursuant to action of Council the chief of police saturday morning continued the inspection of weights and measures. No butter was found under weight however and con sgt entry none was confiscated. Some very antiquated weighing apparatus were found but they had the Merit of giving full weight. One set especially attract Eil a Good Deal of attention. They were coated with rust and looked As if they had come Down from Pioneer Days but of being put to the test by tin chief of police they Wen found to i be Good honest Scales and demonstrated that they could weigh As Curn adv As the chiefs Fin Standard weighing apparatus. Full confident a in the Curbstone Market seems to i have been rest Oreil As tin n sur of the a cd int shaking up. Everything Imp is ready for t lie big Holiday markets which will in a feature of this week. Henceforth it seems to be understood that the inspection of weights and measures will be mad More Reg ulary probably once a month. Thus if Scales get out of order become Short or overweight it will be directed before injustice is done to either tie purchaser or the vender. In this connection it is Only just to note that in some instances tin Scales used by the Farmers in Market <1 in a overweight Ami the purchasers were the gainers. The subject of weights and measures used in town was discussed at length by the Borough Council at its last meeting. Or. Von Bloom stated that a Good Many pm Ople Are under tin impression that Council has the authority to i conduct an inspection of Scales of the changes which i used in Tho stores a of town and think that tin Borough is going Only half Way a a infilling itself to an inspection of the weights and measures use i in the Curbstone Market. 1 was deem Al proper that the Public be informed that tin i Orough can not go so far As to inspect tin weights and measures use a in the stores hut that the general Law provides a remedy for each and every Case where the ibid visual finds that he is being wronged by Short weight. Issuing of certificates Borough superintendent d. N. Dieffenbache monday received a communication from state superintendent Nathau c. Schaeffer relative to the issuing of employment certificates which will Settle a much Loo Tail question. As has l on previously explained Emder the new Law which puts the working age limit at 11 years boys and girls now employed in this City will he obliged to obtain new certificates from the school those formerly issued by magistrates notaries and justices of the peace will he void after the first of tin year. It is ii get tin intent of tin net to a to Prive child in of a Chance to earn a live i Hook a if they Are Between 14 and 1c� years nor to annoy those who employ children pro Ray qualified to work. The chill must be Able to read Anil write the English language in Tillig Eutzly and besides must produce birth certificate or other proof that the age is As represented. In this City a question has Arisen whether those holding employment certificates issued in 1808can not have a new one issued without Challenge As is being a Lone in philae it Olphia. To Settle this question Borough superintendent Dieffe Bachier addressed a letter to tin state superintendent of Public instruction. Following is the reply �?~4 superintendent d. N. Dieffe Bachier. Dear sir it is the intention of the Law that the new employment certificates shall not be issued on the basis of the old certificates. Tin Philadelphia Case is diff rent from yours because in Philadelphia tin school authorities have always issued tin employment certificates. The Law evil la Nutly intends that you shall satisfy the age of the child prescribed and that Yon shall ascertain whether thu minor can Rand and write the English language intelligently either from the Grade in school or by some other method. A sly trick Over 30-f00t a Shamokin dealer by a bit of sly circumvention attempted to gain Possession of a Large Load of ducks and chickens in the Curbstone Market ones a Lay in violation of the Borough or Dinace which provides that a it shall not be lawful for any dealer or other person to go into Market and buy for the purpose of Selling again butter eggs or Auy other article whatsoever the chief of police however detected the Fidlow a stratagem add although iut Horitia a us he Hall the Loail of flue fowls cinched 1 under threat of arrest he was oblige in to declare tin Sale off an 1 to look to some other Sou Ron than the eur St me Market for ducks and chickens. For some time past the chief of pal ice has suspected that hucksters Ami others from the Coal Region by practising a inception have succeeded in unlawfully getting hold of a Good Many chickens turkeys ducks amp \. That were brought to the Curbstone Market. The dealer tripped up tues a Lay morning was one on whom tin i chief Hail , especially. The Man walked through Market leisurely and when he saw the Load of ducks and chickens he began to negotiate for them representing himself As a Farmer living near Shamokin. He wanted the fowls he said for his own farm. He agreed upon a Price which thu Market than could not afford to so the bargain was closed. A this juncture the chief of police appeared upon the seem. The Man seemed very plausible an i repeat Eil the Story that he was a Fanner and wanted tin fowls for his own use. He was a Little nonplussed when tin chief asked him Wlms to Hail a loin with the other loads of chickens ��ce., that he took out of town recently. Ii finally yourself As to 1 ventured the explanation that he some by thu method times hell a shooting match. This it Lii not help his position any and his de fens finally went to pieces. The chief of police warned him not to take tin Loail \ in had purchased threatening him with arrest if he at chief marshal Borough Engineer tor the adjustment it locate Liu Eastern and Southern coun of All differences in the premises a a t ties. Said supervisors cannot be compelled to do so and there seems to be no other alternative than to have the line established by Legal on motion it was ordered Borough solicitor be direct Sincli la Gal action As May be line by Law. X mend ers wort t Sta Lisl in foil that the 1 to take required 1 pres mar a and v Tho extra brigade is composed of Tho a sixth regiment and the fourth Ami eighth regiments. Tho fourteenth regiment of Pittsburg and Vicinity is i made a separate command until further orders. No mention is uial la of a new major j general or a commander for the new a brigade but military men intimate i Iii Nigan ii a Everhart la general Dougherty will command ill. La Buolly von tic division Ami colonel Coryell of i it l. The sixth regiment will command the billowing Hills were approved Oti rth brigade. In order to bring the regiments up to the twelve company Standard or near it it was found necessary to abolish one of Tho old regiments and the fifth regiment was selected. Tho companies of the old i fifth regiment Are 35.38 1 apportioned to other legit cuts As foil-1. So i lows a companies at Huntingdon and bed Ford to eighth a at Lewistown Ami Bellefonte to twelfth regiment companies at hol a i Vaysburg Altoona Blairsville and Indiana to tenth regiment. The mummers association held an in pontaut meeting in the parlor of the Baldy House monday eve at which the chief marshal of the Parade was elected the prizes were arranged and the judges who Are to Siake the awards were appointed. On motion major c. P. Gearhart was elected chief marshal. To was Ems lowered to appoint his own aides. A. C. Williams submitted a list of prizes for thu mummers which was Al opted As follows first prize $85 second prize $25 third prize $15. In addition then will be two $10 prizes four $5 prizes six $2.50 prizes. Total $180. For tin floats Tho following prizes were adopted first prize $15 second prize $10. All will be in Gold. Three tons of Coal and our barrel a it of flour have been a to Nate a to tin association and these in addition to the above prizes will be awarded by the judges. President John Cruikshank appointed thu following persons As judges in connection with the mummers Parade w. A. Sechler t. J. Price Danville. George ii. Soun Boru South Danville. J. V. Lesher Sudbury. George Hancock Northumberland. Russell Karolinor Milton. Sheriff Charles but bios Nisberg. A. T. Bucher Lewisburg. Cit Arles Ramlall Catawissa. Or. E. L. Davis Berwick. Judge l. W. To Hiver Exchange. Or. Welsh resigns. Yours truly tempted to do so. The dealer a con Nathan a ugly hunted up thu Market Man and no charge is connected with the is told him that under the circumstances take the suing of the certificates. Magistrates notaries and justices have the right to charge fees Aud this is thu reason Why the issuing of certificates was take out of their hands Ami assigned to Tho school authorities. Lit Borough department. A it Guiar employees. Labor in Light dept of. Danville f by. Amp machine co. It i a Hall. I Dean Bros. A Washington fire co. J Walker amp Kepler. I Peoples goal Yard. I Wallace a. Hoover. United to 1. Amp Tel. Co. Patti i labor Ami hauling. George f. Reifsnyder. Water department. Regular employees. American car Ampf by. Co. L. Amp w. R. R. Co. Dickson and Lilwall. Henry r. Worthington. Danville Fudy. Amp machine co Washington fire co. Labor on streets. �17.50 18.75 28.00 8.80 4.80 10.65 .60 11.00 61.00 19.65 announcement is made of tin Resig i nation of or. Judson p. Welsh As vice president and a loan of colleges Quot at the Pennsylvania state College to take of feet after the next annual commie acc ment in june 1910. Or. Welsh tender eel his resignation to thu Board of trus tech on Pennsylvania Day but thu matter was kept a secret until Public a Nonn Cement of the fact was made on i tuesday evening. I or. Welsh West to state College from regiment companies 1 the bios Nisberg Stato Normal school re. a opening of the College in 1006 As View president financial agent and registrar. Reserve Niagara Washington dec. 22. In the report of the committee of landscape architects recommending thu creation of a National Park at Niagara Falls which was transmitted to Congress yesterday with the favourable endorsement of Secretary of War Dickinson much detail concerning the committees a Dan is Given. Thu committee urges that a strip of property be acquired by Tho United states connecting wit i the state reservation at tin a my and extending thu whole length of the Gorge embracing the talus the Cliff and a tract of land not less than 1 h Yards wide to be con Vert to into a National reservation. It is 8�t Forth that All building within the strip can he destroyed or moved Bank under such arrangements As will impose the least hardship on private owners and corporations. By additional legislation and agreements with tie Canadian government the diversion of water for Power purposes should in the opinion of tin committee be kept in Sulci limits that the impressiveness of the Cataract shall not be diminished. Lie believed to would not Load of ducks and chickens. Several other a persons not very Well known in the habit of purchasing in Danville will henceforth be under surveillance. It is very convenient for d dealers if they can succeed in deluding All parties to swoop Down on our Curbstone Market an Purchase goods in Large a quantities. It is a temptation that hucksters from the Coal Region especially find it hard to resist. It is hoped that the episode above narrated will have a salutary effect. The last rites harvesting ice $101. 80 61.68 2.22 26/44 24.80 49.93 2.20 28.75 Charles Carson of Mckeesport a lied at a Hospital at that place asking for his Mother saying that he would die before she got there. In a room to his right Lay the Young Many smother and in the room to the left Lay his father both near to death Oil account of typhoid fever from which disease Carson died. The doctors say that to Tell the parents of their souls death would be fatal to them. Accepts Call the Rev. William c. Mccormack i. D., pastor of Grove presbyterian Church this City has decided to accept the Call to the first presbyterian Church of Lima n. Y., which was recently extended to him. Definite plans relating to Tho change of pastorate have not As yet been formed. Or. Mccormack will in All probability be in Danville until near Spring. The harvesting of ice began in Earnest yesterday. An excellent Quality from so a it ii to nine inches in thickness was Cut on the Ponds at Castle Grove. Some ice was Cut on the Ponds monday but it was not As thick As desirable Ami the work was discontinued. Thu first ice harvested yesterday was hauled int i the ice House of j Charles h. Lotion on ferry Street. W. S. Lawrence a son also exp act to Cut ice on the dam on Mahoning Creek this week. Tho funeral of Joseph h. Anten of Wilkes Barre whose death occurred monday took a Dace in this City yesterday Forenoon. The body arrive 1 at Danville i the 9 07 d. L. A w. Train accompanied 1 \ eight free masons As pall landmark Lodge of Wilkes Barre to which the deceased belonged. The body was taken to the resilience of e. W. Peters lower Mulberry Street when services were held at 10 80 of clock the Rev. Joseph e. Guy pastor of Shiloh reformed Church officiating. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were Julge Voris Anten and wife and or. And mrs. Irvin Guyer of Sudbury or. And a mrs. William Cox of Mou Baudou Wesley aut Enof Collingswood n. J. Miss Curry Mooresburg or. Aud mrs. Samuel Giffin of Illinois. Interment was made in Fairview cemetery wih ii the wife of the deceased is buried. Among the Floral offerings was a Beautiful Emblem from the masonic Lodge at Wilkes Barre. Millions for u. S. Navy our town was the scene of two very thrilling runaways yesterday. In one the frightened horses dragged a heavy farm Wagon after them All the Way from Tho River to Shiloh reformed Church in the other the horse is along with tin cab to which they were hitched rolled Down Over a thirty foot embankment into Mahoning Creek thu first of the two runaways occurred Early in the Forenoon. Austin Rou. Who lives on tin Morrall farm near Kipps run was delivering farm produce on water Street. He left his team stand at the Corin a of Pine Ami water streets while in was transacting some business at a doorway Only a few feet Distant. Tin horses Wei. Pirir Al animals Ami taking fright at some object ran away. Dragging the heavy farm Wagon after them they dashed up the Hill Aud at a Breakneck Palt a threaded their Way among innumerable vehicles on East Market and ferry streets finally reaching Bloom Street where they had still enough spirit remaining to make a spectacular dash up Tho Long Hill leading to the Eastern end of thu Borough. That thu team was Given the right of Way it is hardly necessary to state. Half a a Lozeau vehicles is Majied collision by a narrow margin. A. L. Voris with Jacobs Bra Al Wagon was on ferry Street when the team came along. He was caught close to the curb Aud sure that he was a loomed his Wagon escaped thu wheels of the farm Wagon by literally a Halls breadth. When the runaway horses reached Shiloh reformed Church on Bloom Greet their spirits began to Droop so that when a Man on thu sidewalk ran o it into the Street and waved his hat in front of them they very readily i Stop cd. One of the single times was broken which was the extent of the a Lam ago sustained. The second runaway occurred about horses and cab belonged to George w. Hoke the livery Man. They liar a just returned from a funeral and had been left standing outside Tho stable by thu a River William free safer who had stepped into the office to warm himself. Horses Are naturally restive on a cold Day such As yesterday Aud the team impatient at being left alone started off slowly. Before they were observed thu horses Lmh a crossed the foot of factory Street and wore making their Way along the Bank of Mahoning Creek at the rear of the Jameson pro Yerty. At this Point from the top of the creeks Bank to the Waters Edge the distance is at least thirty feet. It is a most dangerous Declivity the Bank at Many places being nearly perpendicular. For a Short distance the space is just wide i nigh for a vehicle. It Narrows Down How or and finally ther is Only a foot path Between the Fence and thu Brink a f the embankment. Thu horses were Able to maintain a footing for a Short distance hut finally the cab went Down Over Tho Bank. The animals instinctively Clung to the narrow path on the Brink and actually succeeded in delaying thu impending disaster. The heavy cab was too much for them however and a moment later the whole outfit rolled Down Over the High embankment into the Creek which at that Point is some four of a it a Leep. In the descent thu horses along with thu cab rolled Over several times. The cab landed in about three feet of water right silo up one of the horses Lay on his Side and Only a part of his head was out of thu a ter. Thu other horse was standing. Singularly enough neither of the Livorsi s Sec cil badly injured. On a if them bears a few scratches about the legs but that is All. Several parts of the cab Are broken. Dies after shopping new station agent Washington dec. 22. Exactly $12,430, 17�i will be spent of vessels of the Navy now under construction a luring the fiscal years 1910 to 1913 inclusive under thu est Imuta a i submitted to Congress by the Navy it la per tent. Of this amount $30,732.563 will be George. Eggert for eight years Lor hulls Ami $11,697,913 for Maeh Impast station agent on Tho d. L. A ,.ryt the total amount a luring the cur Railroad at this place. Ifft yesterday rent Fis ii year is estimated at $24,-afteruoou on tin 2 11 train for Kings j 520,75for 1911 it totals $13.375,220 ton Oliero to assumes Tho position of of 1912 and 1913 at Aggregates $1,534,-Froight Aud ticket agent on the same 501. Railroad. Thomas w. Irland promoted to Danville from West Pittston yesterday entered upon his duties at the local station As or. Eggertz a successor. Fire at Poughkeepsie. Poughkeepsie n. Y., dec. 22.�?half of the Plant of Thomas s. Marvels shipbuilding Plant located at Newburgh n. Y., was destroyed by fire Early today. The loss is roughly estimated at $125,000. W. S. Reed wed. Miss Emily e. Ettla of Milton Ami w. S. Hoed of bios Nisberg who is Well known in Danville were wedded in Tho presbyterian Church of Milton at 7 of clock yesterday morning. Thu Rev. Or. W. G. Keiffer tied Tho knot. There were no attendants. Or. Anil mrs. Reed left on an extended Southern trip. Upon their return they will reside at Blo Rasburg. Norristown dec. 22. Ella Bonham while walking up Tho driveway at the state Hospital for the j insane last evening was fatally stricken with heart , a lying shortly i after being removed to the building. She had just returned from a Christmas shopping expedition which exertion is supposed to have 1 Rought Ontl a fatal attack. Miss Bonham was a Canadian and for a dozen years was engage to conduct visitors through the women a <1�-paitment of the institution. Killed playing Santa Clau. Pottsville do a 22.�?having returned from Christmas shopping Laden with gifts for his twin daughters Charles Weismiller of this a Ilace kissed them and watched them fall asleep. He then prepared to arrange the presents for distribution Ami while the Loving task was in Progress fell Forward to thu floor non his face a Lead a. Weismiller was a Well known Pennsylvania Railroad fireman

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