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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaTine paper a for me borne the circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in the american. Subscriptions per year do. Irving h. Jennings Des l 1st. Office hours a. A. To 12 m. 104 Hill St. I p. V. To a p. M. Danville. A. 1 , m. 425 min. St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a specially is new years resolutions next. Did Yon have a merry Christmas a Little Sleigh ing is wanted now. Reunions were in order on Christmas. _ get the resolutions Cut of Moth bails. Those who talk about the contents of current books or the later happenings of Tii Day have a great advantage Over the trivial gossiped. Each individual is a Law unto himself in the matter of food and drink if one is to judge by actual results. At the annual meeting of the Penn Sylvania anti Saloon league held in Harrisburg on thursday state superintendent s e. Nicholson stated Liat timing the year 2.000 remonstrances against licenses were made and 1,200 cases were prosecuted. Samuel Sartain Long the mos prominent Aud skillful steel engraver in this dead at his Home in Philadelphia and 67 years. One of or. Sartainn a achievements which was considered a Marvel of skill was the engraving of the lord s prayer entire on a Silver Dollar. Cold Spring township Lebanon county is the largest township in that it Lias a population of Only ten persons five of whom Are voters. A child was born to or. And mrs. George Boltz Only a few Davs ago which is the Oulu birth there has been in the last four years. Mrs. Preany Day tie oldest resident will be 100 years of age in january i Chas. Persus the Well known Lumberman and Hunter is reported to have killed three bears recently near his Home upper White Deer Valley. The smallest weighed two Hundred and the largest two Hundred and forty Flo pounds. The salaries of members of Congress have been inadequate for Many years Aud have been eked out by allowances for clerk hire mileage Aud stationery. An increase in the salaries of con or Smeu would be justified if the Lanking privilege Weie repealed. Residents of the country districts of Allegheny county Are Happy Over the knowledge that there is enough of Snow on the roads to permit of Good Sleigh big if they Wisla to indulge in that pastime. The typhoid epidemic at Scranton was caused by sewage in one of the reservoirs. It would pay All cities to examine the water in the reservoirs frequently and As a matter of precaution reservoirs everywhere should be cleaned often. A strange disease Lias made its appearance among the horses in Delaware county and within the past Mont i there have been nearly fifty deaths. The disease lasts about a week Daniel aude Sou a bookkeeper for the manifold coat company four Miles from Washington quarrelled wit i his sweetheart sunday afternoon. He shot her Aud then killed himself. The girl whose name is Annie Miller will recover. An epidemic of influenza is raging at Sheu Audrah and it is said to be of a particularly virulent Type. In All there is to be Over 700 cases Aud some of these have developed into Poueu Mousia. A delightful Home gathering. The five sous Aud three daughters with their families met at tie Home of or. Aud mrs John p. Derr at Turbotville on Christmas Aud spent a very pleasant Day the children Are All married Aud located Uear their parents Home except mrs or Van saut who resides at Kea Ier Viii. Bucks county Aud Horner m Jerr Ali who is professor of civil engineering in the Clarkson school of technology Potsdam n j Tho e present were t Luison Derr a i d a uglier atm r j Ihu e Kru my wife Aud flu Klners Mildred kit Jiryu Aud Grace and s m tour Tau or and mrs. Fuller s. Derr Aud sous Woods Aud Harold mrs. Albert j mutely Aud daughters rut i Aud Helen or Ami mrs e. B. Derr and Brant or Aud mrs j Miles Derr. Helen Aida Aud Leiser Elton or anal mrs. Homer m. Derr Aud Little daughter Suralie mrs. Beu. Van Sant after leaving grandmothers table which was loaded Almo t to breaking wifi Alt the Good tilings of the Sousou Aud listening to songs and recitations by the . Or. Baum eur Swope came with his camera Aud photographed the family of Twenty nine. Then after bidding All a fond goodbye they returned to their Homes hoping for Many Happy returns of tire Day. Cars derailed. A freight car jumped the track a Ort distance East of the station yes Day afternoon but was gotten Back i the rails without much difficulty a a Lilar mishap occurred monday. Both intents occurred at the Frog i a this country will never be entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own a of. 52-no 52, Danville. Pa., thursday december 27, 1906. Established in 1855 1ce1 c i or. Boyer reported that the roads in Gulick addition Lead a up from the d. L. Amp Vav. Cross up to Tho cemeteries of the Bill Are in a very bad could Tiou which is unfortunate of Wisp to fre Quetcy with which the Street is used by funerals. Some time was spent in discussing How the Street might be temporarily repaired for this Winter Pend up a eueral improvement of the thoroughfare next Spring. Us Morion the matter was referred to the Street commit Ziouer. The specifications for putt up Down the curbing in Eoute Tiou with paving of Ortli Mill Street prepared by Borough Surveyor Keefer was read before Council. Us motion of or. Sweis fort it was ordered that the specifications be adopted Aud that bids be advertised work to Bogie within ten Days notice from Tho Borough. Proposals must be in by the first meet up right in february. On motion of or. Boyer it was ordered that the Street commissioner be instructed to construct a crossing on Nicholas Avenue through the undergrad Auci across Walnut Street at that Point for the accommodation of people living of Nicholas Avenue Aud in terse thug streets the work to be Doue As soon As the weather will permit. The Ordi sauce for the licensing of Trausi Euc retail dealers passed Council of its third Aud tidal Reading. The Ordi sauce to prevent the distribution of samples of foods medical preparations etc., passed on its second Reading after being modified to permit the distribution of almanacs Aud a food of motion of or. Boyer it was ordered that an incandescent Light to placed of Railroad Street Between the d. L. Amp w. Railroad Aud the p amp r. Station the Borough electrician to us his judgment As to its exact location. The Street commissioner reported that he had repaired the tar Pav Eniet which the owners of the abutting properties at the previous meeting had been notified to repair but which they had neglected to do within a specified limit. On motion of or. Boyer the clerk was instructed to present the own s of abut up properties with a Bill of the work Doue on the pavement. A communication was received from i superintendent Turk of the p. Amp r. Railway apprising Council of the fact that the p. It pc r. Rail Way company has take it upon itself to remove said crossing. Tiie matter was discussed but no action was take. A communication was received from Borough solicitor e. S. Gearhart advising that the proposed Book of ordinances he printed without delay. Of in Tiou of or. Boyer it was ordered that the committees of print up Aud on Ordi sauce Aud police hold a meeting at a Early Date Aud make arrange inputs for inviting bids for print aug the Book. The following members were present Gibson a Stuj Boyer Dietz. Hughes Augle Russell Wood Side Aud Sweisfort. The following Bills were approved for payment Borough dept. Regular employees. Labor in liar it depot. Joseph w Keeley. George f. Reefs Dyer. Frank he Liam. Labor Aud haul aug. Dauville Fudy amp machine co Well i ver How co. Water Dep t. Regular employees. Friendship file co. P. H Foust. Ashcroft mfg co. Joseph w. Keeley Kase flick wedding at Kaseville Home wedding near Mooresburg. A dug Ide Holiday 11 those from a distance w to Are spending the Christmas vacation in their Home town personals from nearby villages. Tiie Home of or. Aud mrs. William e. Flick Kaseville on tuesday was the scene of a very pretty wed lug when their daughter miss Mary Elizabeth flick became the Bride of or. William Lambert Kase of this City. The ceremony was performed at High noon by the Rev. M k Foster pastor of St. Paul a m e. Church this City. Miss Winifred flick sister of the Bride was bridesmaid. Frank Kase brother of the Groom was Best Man. The residence was very beautifully decorated for the occasion wit i Cut Flowers Aud evergreens. Many Beautiful gifts were received by the Bride. About forty guests were present. Both Bride Aud Groom Are popular Aud Well Guowu Young people. After the ceremony they left for a wedding trip to Philadelphia Aud other Eastern cities. Wedding at noon. A very pretty Home wedding was that which occurred at the Home of or. And mrs. William m. Robinson near Mooresburg yesterday at High their daughter miss Mabel Fay Robi Sou became the Bride of or. Thomas Stewart Murray of Uear Potts Grove. Married at Bloomsburg. I miss Mary Mccloskey daughter of Jolt Mccloskey of Briar Creek Aud until recently employed at the Hospital for the at thin place was married at High Yoou of Christmas to Harry b. Kreigh of Bloomsburg. The Bride has a bomber of friends Aud relatives in this City. West Hemlock nuptials. Of Christmas at High noon. Miss Iua Pearl Billie in daughter of or a Aud mrs. W. D. Billie in of West Hemlock township and or. Chester p. West Hemlock township were quietly married at the Home of the Bride s parents by Rev. J. O. Beg is of Espy. After tiie ceremony Tho Young Connie left for a wedding trip. $115 00 6.00. 23 95 5 72. 10 41. 42 50. 12.50 21 92 .$200 80. 17 9i 119 10 4.60 16 85 charged with stealing brass Harne it r Isenthal held of court in $500 Hail at Bloomsburg. Barney to eur trial a junk dealer of Bloomsburg was arraigned before Justice of the peace Jac by last right charged with stealing sixty dollars Worth of brass from e b. Brower manufacturer of naphtha launches at Bloomsburg the theft was commit std some time ago the stolen brass it was alleged was sold to Ben Jam in Miller of thin City at the hearing mrs. Miller testified that she had purchased the brass from r Isenthal Aud Piil him for it. To Euthal was held for court in Foo bail Christmas Day was very quiet effect in part due to fact that saloons and restaurants were cd sed. To suggest that Dauville did not have a a merry Christmas would to to intimate something not borne out by the fact. At the same time it is doubtful if such a quiet Christmas was Ever experienced in this City before. The streets All Day bore a deserted appearance strongly suggestive of Sabbath this was Uii doubt owing partly to the cold weather and partly to the fact that Uono of the saloons or restaurants were open. Yesterday Uio Roug most of the industries starter off of full swing Aud although the usual dullness is perceptible that follows Christmas yet there will be to Idle Days Between the present and new of Alfred l. Yerrick. Alfred l. Yerrick a Well Guowu resident of the third Ward died sad Deuly of saturday to Ruig. The deceased was afflicted with heart trouble Aud during some five years had been unable to do Auy a it r e. At intervals his ailment assumed a serious form but until saturday to Ruig lie always rallied. On Friday lie was Teeling very much the usual remedies brought Relief Aud during the even aug Aud right he seemed quite Well. Of saturday to Ruig he arose about six o clock. The heart trouble returned but he did not seem critically ill. About 6 30 of clock he was sitting in a Arm chair while his daughter was Busy with the House hold work. The latter stepped out of the room for a moment Aud when she returned the deceased was in the adjoin aug room. She thought he was lying Down of the Couch Aud was in the act of go fug up stairs for a Pillow lieu she heard a noise As of 60uie Oue falling. Rushing to the room she was horrified to find that he had fallen to the floor Aud was apparently breath aug his last she railed assistance but Nelp in Auy form was unavailing death had been Pustau Tadeous. Altred l. Yerrick was sixty seven years of age. He was a native of Dauville. Boru at the family Homestead. West Mahoning Street. He was a store Mason Aud plasterer by occupation Aud up to the time that he was incapacitate i for work he followed that Trade. He was a Good citizen. A Man of quiet retiring disposition Aud generous impulses the news of his death will be re lived with much regret. He was a survivor of the civil War Aud was a member of Goodrich Post. No. 22, g. A. R. He received a soldiers burial. He is survived by his wife four Sou. Alfred. H Irry. William and get re. Aud Oue daughter. Miss Lizzie who resides at Home Rush Yerrick. Wert Mah Viiu Street is a Only surviving brother of the deceased. Alfred l Yerrick whose sudden death oct red saturday to Ruig. Was coup figued to the grave in Odd Fellows Ceonie Teiry monday afternoon. The funeral took place at 2 p in. Fro u the a Tilv re i Leuce. U Iruh Mill Street in i w is largely Atten be Lam a of those present being a fair repro Euta Tiou from Goodrich put St no 21 g a. K., of which Tho deceased was a member. The funeral was c inducted by Rev. Edward Haughton Rector of Christ episcopal Church. A couple of selections were rendered by a Quartetti con slating of miss v eiss mrs Williams w. R. Miller Aud Harry title. The pall bearers veterans of the civil War were As follows Lewis to i Sou George Jackson b. B Brown George Gardner and sheriff William w. Black the latter of Bloomsburg who served in the same company with Tho deceased in the civil War. Ladies auxiliary. The regular monthly business meet aug of the ladies auxiliary of Tho y m c. A., will he held this even aug in the association parlor. M �8s Helen Henderson of ii Ville is visiting at the Home of her Uncle j. Mincemoyer City Hall. Mrs. Grant Festerma Aciner and daughter. Miss Pearl Feuster Nacher. Are visiting relatives in Betou Stanley j. To Lions of Wilkes Barre 1 spent sunday with friends in Danville. Miss Martha Mellow. Of Philadelphia is visiting at the Home other parents or. Aud mrs. Liu Soiu me Clow lower Mulberry Street. Miss Florence Price who is attending the Walnut Hill Seminary for Young ladies at Natick Massachusetts arrived in this City saturday to Speed the Christmas vacation at the Home of her parents or. Aud mrs. T. J. Price East Market Street miss Mary Lloyd is visiting friends in Philadelphia. Or aim mrs. Jerry Kittle of Aristes Columbia county Are visiting relatives in this City. Or. Aud mrs. Samuel Shires and daughter Carrie of Geneva new York Are visiting at the Homo of the forrner�?T9 father diaries Shires sr., at is a Berry Ridge. George Wilkes Barre is visiting at the Home of his Mother mrs. Auguie Stein Breuer front Street Charles Goldsmith of Philadelphia is Vin iting his Mother mrs. Samuel Goldsmith lower Mulberry Street. Or. And mrs. Norman e Leech of Wash Uptou d. C., Are visiting with the latter a father Reuben Lobach at the Home of b. F. Spott. Derry town ship. Howard Demott of Copley is spending several Days with his family of North Mill Street. William Maiers William Elleu bogey and Charles a. Hartt attended tie dance at sub try Christmas afternoon. Miss Florence Voris spent Christ Mas afternoon with friends in Suu Bury. Gilbert w. Robi Sou of Homestead arrived i be slav even aug for a visit at the Home of his parents or. Aud mrs. A. M. Robi Sou water strict. J. Mout Woodside arrived yesterday to Ruig from Philadelphia for a visit at the Home of his parents or. Aud mrs. J. H. Woodside Mowery Street Raymond Clayton of Philadelphia is visiting at the Homo of his parents or. Aud mrs. T. W. Clayton South Dauville. Herbert Moyer of Coatesville is visiting at the Home of his parents or Aud mrs. William Moyer East Market Street. Or. Aud mrs. Frank Cromwell of Harrisburg Are visiting at the Home of mrs. Mary Cromwell Bloom Street David Jukius. Of Wells fou. Ohio is visiting at the Home of his parents or and mrs. John m. Jukius East Market Street. Miss Grace Cresol aug of Waynes Boro is visiting at the Home of or Aud mrs. Edward Sayre Gearhart. Bloom Street Reeder Schong of Hughesville b spending a few Days in this City As a guest at the Home of or. Aud mrs. F. E. Harpel. Miss Sara Kuerr of Allentown arrived yesterday after our for a visit at the Home of or. Aud mrs. John b Mccoy West Market Street. Roland Heiss of Phil Delphia l visiting at the Home of his parents. Or. Aud mrs. Augustus Heiss Cherry Street. Jolt Corneau of shipped Burg is visiting his father. Edward Cormeau East Market Street. Harry Lewis of West Virginia i it visiting at the Home of his Mother. Or. Kite Lewis. Frosty Valley. This is or. Lewis first visit Home in fifteen years. Miss Aura e. William of bed ird is visiting her parents or and or d. R. Williams Nassau Street. Miss Emma you Gnau of Buchtell quiver i a Lewisburg is visiting Rel Ativo in Liis City. Miss Katherine Pittsburg. Is Seui Linin the holidays at the Home of her Mother. Mrs Mary Shep Persou East front Street. Miss Maude Heifer. Of Bloom Borg spent Christmas with her and mrs William j Heifer vice Street. Or. Aud mrs. George h. Foulk Sou Aud it. Carmel return to Home yesterday after a few dais visit at the Home of mrs. Foulk s parents or. Aud mrs. William j. Heifer Vine Street. William Bailey of Lewistown arrived yesterday to Ruig for a visit at the Home of his father Samuel Bailey ferry Street. Mrs. W. L. Myerly returned to new Yolk City yesterday after a visit at the Home of or. And mrs. F. E. Ilar Pel ferry Street. Or. Aud mrs. Henry Sherk and Sou of Montgomery Are visiting at the Home of Thouas cashier Bloom Road. Or. Aud mrs. E. T. Boyer Aud daughter Odessa of Grovania or. Anil mrs. Hurl Kasliner of Berwick Aud or. Aud mrs. William Breuer of Muncy spent Christmas at the Home of e. A. Stead. East Market Street. Or. And mrs. Jerry Kittle returned to Aristes Columbia county yesterday after a visit with relatives in this City. William Starr Aud Sou Leslie of Philadelphia Are spending the week at the Home of the former a parents. Or. Aud mrs. Jolt Starr Bloomi Street. Edward v. Stroll spent Christmas with friends in Sudbury. Howard Lunger returned to new York City yesterday after a visit with relatives in this City. Mrs. William h. Reeser Aud daughter Nellie Are Speed aug the holidays with friends in Philadelphia. Isadore Rosenthal of Lewistown spent Christmas with relatives in this City. Or. Aud mrs. Goo go eve Laud and daughter May of Bloomsburg spent Christmas at the Home of or. Aud mrs. Frank Yeager upper Mulberry Street. Or. Aud mrs. Henry Sherk or. And mrs. Thomas cashier Audel Ward Higerd spent Chi Ismias at the Home of Peter cashier at Boyds station. Miss Alice Billmeyer of shepherds town. West. Virginia is Spe Diug the holidays with Hev. Aud mrs. Joseph e. Guy at the reformed parsonage. Or. Aud mrs. Fred held jr., spent Chris Tomas wit i friends inverse town. Mrs. Rebecca Hess spent Christmas after you with friends in Bloomsburg. Miss Bessie Hess spent Christmas with friends in Berwick. Miss Haitie Adams spent Christmas with friends in Bloomsburg. Or. Aud mrs. Harry i Lallman of Williamsport have returned Home after a visit at Tho Home of the latter s parents or. Aud mrs e. F. Bell Wist Mahoning Street. Or. Aud mrs. William Dildine it. And mrs. H. F. Henderson Anil daughter of Hughesville or. Aud mrs. John Mincemoyer Ami four children of picture rocks were guests at the Home of chief of police Mincemoyer yesterday. Miss Bessie Reich miss Sallie Halm Aud mrs. Kate Book Miller of this City spent Christmas with friends in Blu Lusburg. Miss Viola Reich of this City spout Chi Riuas at Tho Home of her parents or. Aud mrs. Heury Reich muh Mug town i p. Mrs. Josephine Kimerer of new York City is visiting her parents or. And mrs Adam Hornberger upper Mulberry Street. Or. Aud mrs. Jolt Peck Worth Bloom Street returned yesterday from a visit with relatives in Baltimore Mary Laud. It at a w Ashing ton Ville. Mrs. Fauzy he Deus of washing Touville spent Christmas at the Home of her daughter mrs. M. A. Master at Bloomsburg. The even aug she spent at the Home of her Sou d. B. He Deus tins City. Or. And mrs. J. B. Seidel of Wash Lugio Uville Are Spe Diug the holidays at the Home of their daughter mrs Al Walton in Philadelphia. Miss Martha Pollock of scr Auto i it visiting at the Home of her parents in Aashiq Touville. Or. J ii. Snyder of Washington Ville. Spent Christmas at the imbue of his parents in sunburn. Burgess Gibson student at Surque Hann i quivers ii at Selinsgrove is pen ling 11 to Lul dats at Tho Home of his parents in Washington Ville. Mcclellan Diehl Aud family spent last even aug at the Home of William Gritter at turbot lie. Palmer Wagner of Montgomery is Peu Diug he holidays at the Home olins parents in . M it m a us Dale. Sennuel instead and James Parker of Che ter spent Christmas at t a Home of ii. Boyer Uear maus Tialdo. George ii. Hurt of Mausdale will leave this morning for Treujou new Jersey where he has accepted a position. Or Ami mrs s. W. Lerr and children of Watson town spent christinas at the Home of James Feuster Nacher Valley Good Gaines of Basket Ball at the armory on Christmas. Sunday school teachers. A meeting of Tho teachers and officers of the sunday school of Christ episcopal Church will be held this evening at 7 30 of clock at the rectory. Twin babes. Or. Aud mrs. Levi Diehl. Ash Street were the recipients of a pair of healthy twin babes As a Christmas present tuesday to Ruig. Dauville is Rou Diug into shape again in the Basket Bill game Aud Segoins to be Gett ing Back her old form. Of Christmas the locals Defeated the Troug Pittston aggregation two games although neither m the contests was a Walkover for Dauville. In the after you Dauville won by a score of 24 to 14. The locals had Tho Lead from the begin Piug Aud the final outcome was never seriously in doubt. Neither of the teams did Auy particularly Brilliant playing although they were hard at it from whistle to whistle. The evening game with a final score of 25 to 21, was More doubtful. The score was first in favor of Oue Side Aud then in favor of the other Dauville having a Lead of but Oue Point at the end of Tho first half. Tho even aug game was pretty rough Aud a number a if fouls were called much to the Joy a if some of the spectators Aud to the Chagrin of some of the others. Harry welliver was the Able custodian of the whistle for both games. The Liue ups were As follows afternoon game. Dauville. Pittston. Gilmore. Forward., Miller Price Center Repp Russell guard. Alexander goals from Field Price 1 Joh Sou 3. Gilmore 2, Sechler 2. Miller 3. Repp 2. Goals from fouls Sechler 2. Repp 4 evening game. Dauville. Pittston. Lohusuu Gilt ire. Forward. Clark Lesiger Forward Sechler. Guard Snyder Russell guard. Alexander goals from Field Gilmore 5. Russell 3. Sechler 2 Lesiger 1, re of 8, Miller 3. Goals from fouls Sechler 3. Repp 9. Man school department local instructors will attend the state educational association. Professor d. N. Dieffe Bacher of the local High school Ploug with Borough u. L. Dorily has planned to attend the second Auu Ual meeting of the High school department of the Peru Sylvania state educational association to be held in Tho High school building at Williamsport during today Aud tomorrow. This after you a address will be delivered by or. N. Schaeffer state superintendent of Public Bustruc Tiou. At 8 of clock this even aug the Auu Ual address will be delivered by or. Paul h. Olauus of Harvard University. His subject will be a the modern High school. A a very interesting Aud practical pro Grain has been arranged. Music will be furnished by pupils from the Williamsport High school. Township erects guard rail. Gearhart township Northumberland county in order to make Ali approach Ourlie South Side thoroughly Safe has erected a substantial guard just outside the trolley track Alung the West Side. The track itself As elevated formerly answered As a guard at that Point. But when the Macadam was put Down the approach gradually grew in height until it was of a level with the track. In this could Tiou there was nothing to prevent persons from driving too Uear the e Ige Aud getting Down Over the Wall. The substantial guard is a protect in highly appreciate i by persons who drive the approach at right Aud along with the Mana in recently put Down shows that girl dirt township. Notwithstanding the complications that have held up the work is defer mixed us fur a it lies in its Power to fix up t i0 approx Tell use Aud Pis Able even though it be ouly temporary in its us Ture. The county c i missioners have cause 1 Limestone to he hauled of that por Tiou of the approach next to the Bridge omitted by Gearhart township this portion was not treated to a course of Arreen ugly Aud Cou sequently does not afford quite As easy f riving As the re Mauder of the approach constructed by the township. The however believe that the Limestone in a Short time will be worn Down smooth. Tho first Auu Ual banquet of the stenographic club of the Dauville High school of monday even aug was the occasion of most delightful social time. The Pauquet was held at the Gillaspy House Aud a Large number of the members of the club gathered around the Board to do Justice to the excellent menu that had been prepared. Menu. Roast Turkey olives pickles celery. Cranberries. Mashed potatoes Cream corp lettuce with dressing Tea Coulee fruit grapes bananas. Ice Cream. Cake. After the Diuver a number of toasts were responded to Aud among those who spoke were prof. Frauk Magill miss Margaret Pattou Dewitt Job Boru Robert armes Aud Clyde Davis. Of the Back of the Meun carrt9 were printed several of the toasts our members the motto of our club is a none but the Best a Well strive Oue Aud All then to staud every test. Our club. For work with enjoyment our shorthand club stands the commercial alumni Aud 6tudeuts, its bands. Those present were misses Martha Mcclow Dora Jukius Margaret Moyer Nellie Newberry Mea Dreifuss Ada Luger Lyia Woods Mary harder Katherine Marks Edith Morris messes. Stanley Morris Joseph or ill Fred Roberts Robert arms Dewitt Jobborn Frauk Lovett Cameron Campbell Clyde Davis Frauk Hart-liu9, Thomas Mcdermott Aud prof. Frauk fro was i Noton i Mcclellan Diehl and r. H. Flar Purchase properties cutting ice. Mcclellan Diehl yesterday consummated the Purchase of a very desirable vacant lot in Washington Ville. The lot is situated opposite a. L. Hed Deus hotel Aud was purchased from Fred Yerg. Or. Diehl in tends to build a file store building in the Uear future. R. Ii Marr. Has also purchased a vacant lot just above Mcclellan diehls stare build aug. I Clord Moser was yesterday cutting a file Quality of6l� such ice from the Chillisquaque Creek above Christmas dinner. A elegant Diuver was Given by j. Ii. Art Ley at Tho Home of Sebastian Delsite at Ottawa of Christmas. The occasion proved most delightful. The after you was spent with vocal Aud instrumental music. Among those present were or Aud mrs. W. H. Hartman or. And mrs. E d. Phillips Aud Sou a ouzo of Derry township or. Ami mrs. William Eckert daughters Sara Aud Helen and Sou Ralph of Dauville or. Aud mrs. Lorenzo Delsite Sou Perry and Percy Delsite Edward Aud Fraucis Delsite of Mausdale or. And mrs. Delsite or. Aud mrs ii. A Artley and Sou Lee of Ottawa. Good skating. The weather seems to have Reu Oruc edits former capricious habits Aud decided for awhile at last to to settled Aud steady. Tho cold wave that materialized sat urday is still with us. Sunday Mercury oscillated Between 16 degrees at 7 a. M. Aud 10 degrees at 6 p. W. Of monday during the same hours Between 6 and 10degrees. Christmas Aud yesterday the air was Crisp Aud fresh Mercury dipping Down to 14 degrees Christmas to Ruig Aud 24 degrees yesterday to Ruig. The Pouds Are covered with ice several inches in thickness. The River although full of Flint aug ice Lias not yet closed which is in part due to the High water. The skaters were out in Force both of Christmas Aud yesterday the favorite skaring ground being the Large Poud Between the structural tubing works Aud the d. L. Amp w. Railroad. Tho Rouls Frozen hard Aud work Down by traffic Are in the very Best of could Tiou. At most places it is possible for either a buggy or a Sleigh to get along although probably wheeled vehicles make the Best time. Christmas gift causes Accident armed with a Small Flobert Rifle which he had just received As a Christmas gift Wilha n Sou of or. Aud mrs Ambrose Brosious of Sudbury accidentally shot a companion Paul Alori Glit who now lies at the Packer Hospital in a serious condition. The two Small boys were shoot aug Mark of the River Bauk at about 4 of clock of c Irist Tua after Ion Bros ious had the Rifle w Rich is of 22 Caliper Aud not know aug it was loaded pointed it at Albright us Deuly the Guu exploded and the bulled West True penetrating Albright a left shoulder. A to Gorring from the would the boy made Bis Way to the Homo of or j. N Harrison at the Corner of Arch Aud front streets a but one Loudred Yards he could get to farther and Sank Down exhausted. Restoratives were a to in a stored by members of the Harrison household Aud the am Lauce was a out for Aud soon the injured boy was of his Way to Tho Hospital. When examined by the surgeons it was found that Tho Bullet had take a downward course of Uteri us the shoulder Aud had penetrated Tho left lung. It had fortunately missed the Large veins Anil arteries in the shoulder by a narrow margin. Yesterday to Ruig Tho patient was Restuc easily and unless complications set in to will probably recover. Job printing the offic of the american being furn shed with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Typ an6 Job material a by 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 Council entering upon second Experiment to a fact saving. Tiie electric i lit Plaut Lias gone on Moonlight Nile again which ii the first time that the Moon has become Large enough to warrant a shutting Down of hie Plaut since Council decided to Experiment a Little farther with a Moonlight schedule. Formerly a shutting Down of the Plaut each Mouth while the Moon was a Factor in the sky caused considerable dissatisfaction. Council believes however that by regulating the Plant to suit the weather conditions and the position of tie Moon the Plant can be shut Down for a considerable interval each month and in this was an item can be saved which during the course of the year will reduce the Bor Unghi a expense account considerably. On tuesday right the Moon which was in its first Quarter Aud in conjunction with the Snow Mado the landscape appear very Light. 11 45 o clock when the sky was perfectly Clear the Plant was shut Down. The streets were quite Light although Many persons seemed to Misa the electric lights very much and could not get away from a vague idea that something was wrong. This Ner von Suess was apparent on every Side Aud people were looking for and actually seeing footpads who never gave a thought to anything imaginary before. By 2 30 a. In the Moon had fallen toward the Western horizon and the Plaut was started no last night the Crew of duty stated that unless the Clouds broke leaving the sky Clear the Light would be kept on All right. By Regn Latium the Plaut in this Way Council Hopes to make the Moonlight schedule a of Rottern Brothers a six sturdy citizens who have descended from a Pioneer of Ala Berry township. Among the reunions which took place in Danville of Christmas Day there were probably roue t o which greater interest attached Titan that of the six Portem Brothers. The Brothers Are As Well known residents of this Section Daniel Samuel Jeremiah Charles Peter Aud Joseph. Daniel the watchman at the structural tubing works aged seventy five years is the eldest of the family. Suamuel who will be seventy four next october is a close second to Daniel. Jeremiah who is in his Sev out second year is the third son of the family. Peter and Joseph Mottera reside in East Dauville a Jeremiah lives in Watson town. The other three Brothers reside in Dauville. The six Brothers Are All natives of Danville. Their father before them was a native of Montour county Aud was born on a farm in Mayberry township so that the Motterud family enjoys the distinction of being Oue of the oldest in this Section. It is generally regarded As Zalte an event when the six Mottern Brothers get together As they did in this City of Christmas. To signalized the occurrence they had their pictures take in a group ouly once before id their life time were the Brothers photo graphed together Aud that was to dirty six years ago. At the Sunbury Hospital. Guy Motterud of this City was Admi Ted of saturday to the Mary a Packer Hospital at Sudbury suffering with typhoid final touch on sewer. Superintendent of sewers p. J. Keefer yesterday broke ground for the completion of the big Ohn Racli Street sewer where it passes through under the d. L. Amp w. Track. The sewer at this Point was held up by some delay in dealing with the d l. Amp w Railroad company Aud later by complications relating to procuring i f pipe. The big two foot pipe which i Lully was ordered in Liis City were Fiu uhe i ouly last week which accounts for Uteri us upon the work so late in the so Sou. In break aug ground yesterday about one foot of Frost was eur countered which together with the nature of the ground to be excavated makes tiie Job a difficult Oue. The hardest part of the prop , however will be in getting through the truck. Unless the nature of the ground makes it impracticable a Tuu Uel will be coca abated no Dereath the Railroad which is considered the Best solution owing to Tho considerable depth at tailed. It will require at least a week to Complete the sewer at the d. L. Amp Vav. Track alter which the Eoute Tiou remains to be made at Bloom Street which in itself will involve to Little work. It is most fort Nate that the sewer can be completed at. Present so that it will be in Good working order when Tho Auu Ual breakup occurs during the Winter or next Spring. Christmas service. Tomorrow holy Izuo cuts Day will to observed with a appropriate service at Grace episcopal Church Riv beside at 8 of clock p. M. Rev. L. F. Baker minister in charge will officiate. J. F. Strawberry Ridge

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