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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - February 11, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaMycan vol. 55�?no 6danville pa., thursday. February 11,1909 established in 1855� or. Irving h. Jennings Deni 1st. Office hours a. At. To i at. 104 Mill St., 1 1\ at. To a 1\ at. Danville a. I miiii.t/., m. Pm 42&Quot min. St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a special items condensed. A Clay Pigeon sailing from a trap As Walter Smeltzer of Bittersville York county was stooping Over it. Cut the Many sear almost entirely off. The Large tobacco warehouse of Herman Stein Cigar manufacturer of Lancaster was badly damaged by tire on thursday afternoon. There were 800 cases of tobacco valued at $32,000 partly ruined by smoke Aud water. George Cochrane aged 55 years night watch menu at tiie Walton hotel at Homestead near Pittsburg was found dead in his room of thursday evening seated in front of a burning Gas stove so close that his feet were burned to a Crisp. It is believed lie died of heart failure. Enoch a. Swope died at his Home in Philadelphia on thursday in his 93d year. Or. Swope has been a member of tie Independent order of Odd Fellows for seventy two years and was tiie oldest Odd fellow in the state both As to age and years of met Ember ship. Theodore prominent Farmer of upper Providence township. Montgomery county recently fell through an open Hatchway in his barn Ami sustained a compound Fra Iuie of the right leg. Blood poisoning set in which was followed by lockjaw and of thursday be died in great agony. Hayes Williams was tried Aud acquitted last week in the Chester county criminal court of Tito charge of robbing the store of j. W. Parker in Otighe nation. Ami on thursday he went to or. Parker confessed that he had committed the robbery Aud took him to the place where lie bad concealed tiie goods. Justice of the peace George m. Weaver of Imperial Allegheny county on thursday sent to tiie marriage License office an application for a License to Goetano Orazzio aged 23 years and Alba , aged 12. The consent of tiie girls father accompanied the applicator but the clerk refused to Issue the License. Harry Samuel Miller. Of Schuylkill county who though Only 20 years of age has served a total of fifteen years in prison for various crimes was arrested of thursday on a charge of robbing the Reading Railroad station at new Philadelphia of december 1.0 and again on Jaguar a 21, Aud tie Lias confessed his guilt. A Grain of Corn lodged in the bronchial tube of a Little Sou of John Starr of Joanna Berks county on saturday causing his death. Thieves entered the Post office at Enola Cumberland country on Friday night blew open the Safe and carried off Over $200 in Money and Stamps. John Widen Haver fell into a vat of boiling water at a meat packing Plant in Shamokin on saturday and was horribly scalded. He is not expected to recover. There were thirty three cases of measles in Darby Delaware county daring january and the Board of health has had hard work stamping out the epidemic. Patrick Mcintyre a prominent resident of Maliano township Schuylkill county was instantly killed on saturday by falling Packer Colliery. William oldest Carrier on the Force of the rending Post office has resigned after a Sor Vico of Twenty six years. For five weeks a revival bus been in Progress in the first Christian Church in Johnstown resulting in 1 f>3 professed conversions two negroes seized and Gaggi d mrs. Peter Polites near her Home at Washington on saturday Emmig mid then robbed her of $100 or. Abel q. West a Rativo of Virginia ims the distinct us being the first coloured physician in Reading where he recently opened an office. Frank Cummings and Login bed Dow. Of Washington have been arrested for soaking a French poodle in Oil and then set Tim the dog on Firo. An epidemic of Scarlet fever at do Pou. Near Wilkes Barre has become quite alarming and the state Hoard of health has been appealed to for assistance. During the last four weeks there have been Twenty six deaths. Wiiilie Rev. G. H. Dunlap. Pastor of the presbyterian Church at Avalon a suburb of Pittsburg was preaching to his congregation on sunday evening on the dangers of laying up treasures on Earth where thieves break through us steal ids Homo was ransacked and a Quantity of silverware jewelry Aud some Morv taken t whether or not the Danville amp Sun Bury traction company in the operation of its cars should be permitted to use Salt on the track of its Street railway in this City was a question that occupied considerable time before Council Friday night. Permission was granted although twice previously the 6treet railway company was for Bidden by Council to Ose Salt in tiie Borough. O. P. Hancock president of the Danville and Suu Hury traction company appeared before Council and explained that during tiie Winter Eason the company finds it impossible to operate its cars on curves and at certain other spots without occasionally using Salt. He held that Council was wrong in its View that Salt used on the track is Apt to work through tiie paving Aud cause the water and other pipe to crystallize. This year u9 Well As last year he said his company had received notice to abstain from the use of Salt. To comply he said would be to impose positive hardship Aud loss on ids Oom Pauy. In older to he fair in the mat ter he had opened correspondence with a Lar-"1 number of other traction com panics to see whether they met with any opposition in using Salt. He submitted rhe replies to the Secretary who read them before Council. William Terwilliger general Man Agar of the Columbia and Montour electrical railway said a we have always used Salt on our switches and All had pieces of trn a. The councils of blooms Borg Aud Berwick have never made any objection to the use of the other replies were of the same Tenor and were from the Lii Lei Delphia rapid transit company and a dozen other leading traction companies of Pennsylvania. On motion of or. Angle the action formerly taken by Council Fot hidding tiie n e of Salt was rescinded which gives the Danville and Sunbury traction company permission to use Salt when necessary or. I of Orr a pm Foi Council to ask per miss u to Cut Down Aud Grade the Alley Wist of Mill Street at ins Uewl purchased property no. 12 West Mahoning Street. Of motion the request was granted. On motion it ordered that the Inge room occupied to a the Odd Fellows on the third hour of City Hall he rep Perez and repainted. On motion or. Finnigan it was ordered that a third wheel he added to the hand cart used by tiie officers in conveying Drunken men to the lockup. Or representative of Bell Telephone company appeared before Oon Noil in the interest of o f Rano Bise for tie Kell company As it desires to relocate its poles with a View of extending its service. The matter of an ordinance was discussed at length Aud referred to tie Law committee. Borough electrician Newton Smith presented his report for tiie Mouth just to closed. There were i tons of Coal consumed at a Cost of $251 88. The Plant was in operation 106 hours. The total Cost of operation tor the month was $100.74 t n motion it was ordered that five carloads of Coal he purchased of the Peoples Coal Yard at $2.25 per ton delivered at South Danville. The following members were present Somitz. , Jones. Everhart Moyer Russell Deutsch Marshall Angle and Connolley. The foil Wing Hills were approved for payment Borough depot. Regular employees. $127.60 e. A. Adams. 37.80 a. A Grone 24.27 labor in Light Dep t 22.60 Jere Woodring co 71.84 sweeten Crossan co. 4.25 Heilos mfg. Co. 82.86a a .30 2.00 6.00 211.20 308.00 2.85 05 00 51 00 12 00 i that the sweeping quarantine ordered by the state livestock sanitary Board when the foot and Mouth disease broke out among cattle is still in Force and will in every instance be enforced was Well demonstrated monday. When William ouster a Farmer residing near Grovania was arraigned before Justice of the peace Oglesby Aud lined for violating tin regulations of the state live Stock sanitary Board. Or. Ouster who lives in Columbia county just beyond the line it was alleged in violation of the quarantine order a few Days ago removed a hog from Cooper township Montour county across the line into Columbia county the information which was lodged by veterinarian j. O. Reed agent and official representative of the state live Stock sanitary Hoard represents in effect that of january 23rd, in the township of Cooper and county of Montour William Custer knowingly wilfully and unlawfully violated and ignored the provisions of the regulations and quarantine of the state livestock sanitary Board by driving transporting and moving a hog Over and upon the Public roads and highways in said Cooper township without specific permission in writing from a duly qualified agent of said state livestock sanitary Board and farther that he did at the same time and place knowingly wilfully and unlawfully move a nog from the said county of Montour into the county of Colombia contrary to tiie rules regulations and quarantine of the state livestock Sau itary or the Gen Able u. S. Express co. Peoples Coal Yard Borough auditors. Harry Ellenbogen tax of water Bonds Peoples Coal Yard. P. Bare. Labor and hauling. George f. Reifsnyder. Water Dep Regular employees. P. H. Font. Glauber brass mfg. Co Atlantic refining co. P. So r. Yosl Ami Iron co Joseph Lechnyr. Friendship fire co. $167.13. 7� 30 10.56. 28.66 195.08. 17.60. 10.70next court second week in March i9v in inquires have Betti received it to o in Quot it term of court will a held Carter the revised schedule. I e nok y in ten i will begin on met inlay in 2.1 Ich when in a 1 j Racli Drill there w tin a full re i Quot of last Whir trim of court a id in october. The next i i in. Wit follow a pretty g ring w Hloch i he re waa it i. A n r lire customary for evil duets n i Vliem Evlos of the pro i in i f Ami plead guilty be foie t a a judge thereby entering at a ice Outtie serving of their sentence a a tract of losing time by a Long wait in jail pending the next term of court. This Pretico takes some work from the regular terms of court end a coup in for the fact that the county prison is so Well tilled up with prisoners doing time. On february 27th there will in a session of argument court. Judge Evans at present is holding a three weeks session of court in Columbia county. An aged Singer. At Oak Lane Philadelphia Michael Morrissey a native of Ireland celebrated his j5th birthday anniversary of sunday. He is in the enjoy meet of Good health and is still a noted Singer with a Good voice. He frequently sings the songs that were popular three and four score years ago. Rrt and contrary to the act of 1 a i. 1 Assembly. O warrant was served by const i w. E. Young saturday afternoon or. Custer entering Hail for a hearing monday morning. At the hearing lie pleaded guilty to the charge hut said that the violation of the quarantine order was thought Lessly committed without his taking nil the consequences into consider Tion. The act of May 21st, 1896,which was violated by or. Custer provides that any person wilfully violating any of the provisions of this act or any regu lation of the state livestock sanitary Hoard shall he guilty of a mis demean or and shall upon conviction be shed he a Fine not exceeding one Bun dred dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding one month or both at the discretion of the court. Hon. R. S. Aim Crinan special attorney for the state livestock sanitary Board was present at the hearing. He concurred with the Justice that in the present Case a minimum penalty of Twenty five dollars might he imposed. Together with costs in the Case the Farmer was out of pocket about thirty two dollars it is believed that the effect will he to convince All persons that the state livestock sanitary Board is positively in Earnest and will enforce All the rules and regulations belonging to tiie quarantine. Should there be other violations or. Ammerman said the full penalty will be imposed namely one Hundred dollars Fine. If not imprisonment or both. Veterinarian j. O. Reed the agent of the state livestock sanitary Board monday explained that while All the Farmers whose places were quarantined have been permitted to repair their barns Aud Purchase cattle to replace those killed yet the quarantine has by no moans been removed in the usual sense of Itiat word any More than the quarantine of the counties or of the Public roads. At Best the order can be regarded Only As a modification of the quarantine order Aud to show How completely the state livestock sanitary Hoard has every farm of which tie disease existed still under surveillance it need Only tie explained that each of the farms where repairing is in pro Gri g and cattle Are being bought Ore visited regularly by or. Reed As agent who closely notes conditions. A or. Reed devotes his time solely to i the inspection of the above farm. He is unable to Complete his round in Oue Day hat his visits to any one farm Are not More than a couple of Days apart. The visit of superintendent Brisbin before Council Friday night brought out the fact that the Bell Telephone company which has been doing business in Danville for May years has no franchise a circumstance which was As great a Surprise to the company s representative As it was to the majority of the councilmen. Or. Brisbin had prepared a Large and elaborate Blue print showing where tiie poles Are located pfc present Aud where the company desires to Plant new ones preparatory to installing a larger switch Hoard. Under the circumstances All it could do was to submit the Blue print and proceed to have an ordinance enacted. The latter was submitted to Council and. Of the advice of the Borough solicitor referred to the committee on Law. As a matter of fact few of the corporations maintaining poles in the Bor Ough of Danville have been granted a special franchise they have come in Ander tiie general ordinance regulating the and annual licensing of poles which permits Telegraph Telephone and other companies to erect poles within the Borough limit. After making application of and scouring permission of Council. Or. Brisbin desires a franchise conferring certain privileges without which it will he inexpedient for the Bell company to go on with the in prove Iuen it has in View. As far As Pra Tii Able he proposes that the additional poles shall to planted in the alloys. Some of the coun Ciungu Are averse to increasing the number of poles in the Borough. Under the general ordinance poles Oan Only to planted with tiie permits Loti of Council Aud whether i to rough will Confer special privileges of the company in question by granting the franchise asked for it Mains to be seen. It is quit it evident that Council does lot intend to act hastily in the matter and that the proposed ordinance will be Given due consideration by the committee on Law. It is a subject that demands Cool deliberate thought. Whatever the outcome May be it is hoped that it will be for the Good of the Borough Ami in line with civic to typhoid pneumonia l the school Board held a regular meeting monday night. The following members were present Pursel Orth Barber Swarts Redding. Fish Heiss Lloyd Aud Oole. On motion of or. Barber it was decided to prof. Magi 11 $7.50 extra compensation for taking charge of High school during the illness of prof. Bickel. On motion of or Lloyd the regular order of business was suspended and the report of the tax receiver on taxes yet unpaid was heard. This part of the proceedings occupied Over an hour. Under the head of new business j. Newton Pursel. Oue of the delegates from Danville to the state educational convention at Harrisburg presented an interesting report of the proceedings. Entering considerably into detail in describing several of the addresses. Many of the Points advanced at the convention were discussed by the school Hoard monday nil seeming to take kindly to the advanced ideas. Following or. superintendent def Neubacher who attended tiie convention of the City and Borough superintendents held in connection with the state educational convention presented his report which was quite voluminous and Well writ ten. The foil Wing Bills were approved tor payment a. O. Harris. $ .65 Henry Holt amp co. 15.00 Ginn amp co. 78.56 d. M. Dieffenbache. 10.12 Adams sex. Co. 60 Standard Gas co. 8.61 freight and Dravage. 1.35 j n. Pursel. 6.47 j. H. Cole. 6.47 y a Edward w. Wetzel a Well known resident died at his Home West Mali zoning Street at 10 12 of clock sunday night after a two weeks illness of typhoid pneumonia. Or Wetzel was aged 50 year-., 1 month Aud 2 Days. He was the Sou of the Well known architect c. S. Wetzel. He was Boru in Lewisburg but with ids parents he removed to Dauville in his boyhood his entire subsequent life was spent in this City. He was a Good Man of careful industrious habits who had the esteem of All who knew him. He is survived by his widow and three children miss Mary a. Wetzel librarian of Thomas Beaver free Library Charles e. Wetzel of Philadelphia and miss Isabella of this City. He is also survived by Bis Mother and four Sisters mrs. L. D. Rank of Williamsport mrs. R. Giffin and misses Mollie and Bertha who along Woltti the Mother of the deceased reside in Philadelphia. The deceased was a member of Lotus conclave no. 127, i o. Ii. And of Washington Camp so. 364. P. O. S. Of wedded near Rush Tonon a pretty wedding took place near Kus Litulu yesterday morning when miss Mary Gertrude Eck Ian the eldest daughter of Samuel a. Eck Mati was United to Wellington Vas Tine Campbell. The ceremony was performed at the Home of the Bride at 7 a. In. In tin. Presence of tiie immediate friends Auu relatives of the couple. Rev. W. K. Preston of the Rush p re by ter inn Church officiated Aud miss Reta Eok Man rendered the wedding March. After the wedding breakfast the newly wedded couple left of a bridal tour to Washington. Baltimore Aud other Eastern cities. Both the Bride and Grozoiu Are Well and favourably known throughout this Section Aud have the Best wishes of a Host of friends. Or. Aud mrs. Frank c. Angle left yesterday for a several Days trip to Philadelphia. Robert Good of Berwick visited relatives in this City yesterday. Mrs. Harry Grove of Sunbury spent yesterday with her parents. Or. And mrs. James Hendrickson Bloom Road. Benjamin Bloom of Trenton n. J., is visiting his parents or. And mrs. Martin l. Slocom Riverside. I s Bessie Hess attended the Camp hell Eck Mati wedding at Rushtown Vincent a Strong address Crew syn a ballot Bill. G representative w. T. Creasy has introduced in the House a Bill to provide for the a a Vest pocket a system of ballots. The Bill provides that one half of the tickers shall he Given out. Friday preceding election a voter is entitled to tickets of both parties. At the polls the voter is to to Given an official envelope in which to place his ballot no Man is entitled to Aid in the Booth under any circumstances the voter must destroy the tickets not used himself. The purpose of the system or. Creasy said is to prevent any person having knowledge of Bow a citizen mrs. Marie Hamme an aged ie-1-deut of York is recovering hum her fifth attack of pen Mousia. The seven Days study in Church life conducted by Bishop Vincent began in St. Paul a m. E. Church yester a. Afternoon. The four of clock address yesterday had for its topic a phenomenon of the inner life. A a it was a masterful discourse profound in its Natura and yet by the skill and Genius of the speaker so presented As to a easily comprehended. The Bishop spoke for nearly an hour Aud during the entire period held the close attention of the audience. Among those present were Meni Bres of nearly nil the different churches of town. The evening sessions begin at 7.80 Bishop Vincent a subject last evening was a the broader horizon and the larger there was u Good sized congregation present. The topic of the four of clock address this afternoon will a the a discipline of tiie inner this evenings subject will he a the child a approach to the Jacob Forry of Abbottstown Adams county was thrown off his horse a few Days ago and had a rib broken Waluch penetrated his lung. He it not expected to recover. Miss Atta Gearhart of Ashland spent tuesday with her sister mrs. Scott am Merma i Erst Market Street. Pleasant 5urprlse party. A pleasant Surprise party was lie id at tiie Home of or. And mrs we. Huntington Bloon Sherg. R f. D. No. 2, of monday Nigl A l Oner of their a laughter Laura a 22u i h Ril Ltd. The evening was spent with music and games. Refreshments were served. Those present were Meta Paul Anna Krum Harvey Cros Alcy Helen Mary or Utu. Clark Blecher. Edna Shultz Joseph Octher. Charlie Ohl Dorn Wertman Alda Shultz. Grier sees Lydia Stettler Olivia pern Geo. Heinbach Emma Krum Florence Blecher Charles Thomas Raymond Kashner Laura Fry Celia Beaver Dora Mowrey. We. Blecher. Savannah Walter Odessa Walter Roy Fern Graco Thomas Ruth Thomas Ruth Mowrey Calvin Krum Clarence Hartman Jessie Ohl Mary m. Ohl Cleveland Boyer Ursa Mowrey James Beaver Maud Fry Norman Krum. Lettie Huntington Ray Hunt Langton Lottie Huntington Laura Huntington. Ethel old Clara Ivey. Guy Mowrey Clara Moser. The Mountain Ash male chorus of Wales last night rendered a concert in the opera Lions which proved to be one of the rarest treats that the music Loving people of Danville Ever had the pleasure of listening to. Incidentally the visit of the famous singers was marked by a Beautiful Aud most Tonch aug tribute to the memory of our Forin. Or townsman and oomph Iser of worldwide Fame. Or. Joseph Parry. A concert was planned for 11 30 at the structural tubing works where or. Parry worked when a Young Man. All this of course was through the Courtesy of tiie structural tubing company. Which planned to close Down tiie entire Plant while the concert was in Progress Aud also to throw open the doors of the works to All persons who might feel sufficient interest in the singers to care to hear the music. Tin singers arrived at Danville on the 10 50 Danville and Bloomsburg trolley car Aud were transferred to the Danville and Sunbury car by which they were carried to the structural tubing works. By the time they arrived at the latter Plant an enormous concourse of people had crowded into the Mill which barely left room for the singers. The Sigual had Beon Given for closing Down every department of the works and not a wheel anywhere \va9 in motion. Near the Western end of the Mill whore the most Clear space is found a stage Hud been improvised decorated with a Large american Flag. The sing Era were conducted to this stage by or. Thomas j. Price. By this time including the a no it ves of the s. There were about n thousand pc rpm Eia the Mill. The singers were welcomed by James Scarlet. Esq in a Brief address which abounded in Beautiful sentiment. In behalf of tie friends Ami fellow employees of or. Parry he Welcon de them to the Mill where in the Days Beecro he was known to fume or. Burry roiled Ami where amid the hut Iron first came the inspiration which quickened Aud stimulated him in those efforts at composition which finally opened before him such a useful Aud distinguished career. Or. Scarlet told the singers that lie hoped this greeting by the workmen of Danville would prove on of the most pleasant memories that they would carry with them to to Weir i Onie beyond the seas. In the name of i lie friends Aud fellow employees of or. Parry he thanked the singers for the Beautiful tribute that they were bestowing on the memory of the Grea composer. Professor Glyndwr Richards director. Responded briefly first speaking in Welsh then in English he a Aid that or. Parry was known As Well in Europe As in Danville that there is nor a Mountain or Dell in Wales hut rings Aud echoes with his idus a Aud his name. Professor Richards Anjou used that they would sing As their opening Maui Ber. A Arabella a a one of or. Parry a earlier productions which was composed while ii was working in the very Mill in which the singers then stood. The opening selection he said would be rendered in Welsh. Twenty seven trained vocalists then formed a line and. Without any accompaniment. Began to sing. The effect was marvelous. To begin with it is doubtful whether 60 May re 11> Superb voices were Ever heard in this City before. The members of the chorus Padi an artist in himself have Sun together in you taut regular practice i for Many years. The effect can easily be imagined. There was tone Ami blend an i All the other qualities to go to make up a magnificent Seifo Mauce. The second selection a hymn was snug in English. In conclusion the employees of the works extruded a vote of thanks and i gave three reusing cheers. The singers responded with cheers after which. They went Ron noted by or Price to a it near he where or. Parry work Jed Whu an ruin Loye in the Plant Lanct night s concert. The Mountain Ash choir was greeted by n Large and select audience in the opera House last night. A lengthy program was rendered made up of Choice selections in connection with Oue of which appeared the came of or. Parry As composer. The music with Superb effect. The audience was charmed and delighted and expressed appreciation by uns tinted applause. February 12th, the Centenary of tiie birth of Abraham Lincoln will not pass in Danville without a fitting Observance. Exercises appropriate to the Day will be held in every school of the Horo ngh. In addition a Lincoln birthday Celebration will be held in the Grove Church under the auspices of the presbyterian brotherhood. Never before was an event of the kind celebrated in the schools with such elaborate programs. For Saba of convenience in Many in stances two of the schools will unite in holding the exercises and All the pupils of the Borough will take part. The programs Wilu consist of recitations declarations readings and Musio with a few addresses by veterans of the civil War. The exercises will be he do Between the hours of 1 30 and 2 30 p. M. At the conclusion of the exercises the visitors will be conducted through the various rooms of the Sci ool building where the written work Embr cod in the regular recitations will be on exhibition. The patrons of the schools along with tie general Public Are invited to be present at the exercises. In the High school the program will to of Especial interest a representative of each i Toralv society. Of the faculty an i the alumni association will participate. In the grades exercises will lie held in the rooms As follows first Ward Misa Gallagher senior secondary miss Evans. 1th Grade miss Twoey 3rd Grade miss Lovett and miss Keim. 1st and 2nd grades. Second Ward mis Goodall. Grammar school i Welsh and miss guest Sec a a -. A i a and 4th Grade miss Shannon and miss Reed. 2nd Aud 3rd grades miss Young and miss smut 1st primary. Third Ward Mips Musselman and miss Brunette grammar school and senior Sec Mips blizzard. 4th Grade my Maun Ami miss , 2nd Aud hid grades mis Lawrence. 1st Grade. Fourth Ward miss school miss James senior secondary miss Bird la Grade miss Rogers. 3rd Grade Mies Wilson and miss Fry two first grades. Miss Frick Welsh Hill. Hon. James Foster and Samuel Mills veterans of the civil War. Will each deliver addresses tin former in the schools of the third Ward Aud the latter in the second Ward. Several other veterans have been invited to speak. I in in Resno tid favourably. At Grove of Huron. At t a i Lincoln a Lay Celebration at the Grove presbyterian Church the Rev. John Conley Grimes pastor of or. Peters m. K. Church will deliver an oration on Abraham Lincoln. Musio will i e r. Dered by the masonic Cathedral i Hoir of Bloomsburg. Only those having cards will he admitted to the witnessed sickening horror Roosevelt is pretty much of a president. Seemingly eclipsing All his predecessors in Steunou Sneska. York pa., feb. 10. In a blinding Snow Strom last night a trolley car of the Hanover line of the York railway company struck a buggy on the Grade crossing at Bray Bill a station about four Miles South of York instantly killing two occupants. They were mrs. Henry Young 75 years old and Daniel glad Felter her 50 years old. A in their Way to their Home to new Salem after a visit to a sick relative. The curtains of the buggy had been drawn to beep out the Snow and a curve and a Hill shut the approaching car from View until it was close upon the team. To add to this the motor Many a View was obstruct d by a Slu t of Snow caked upon tiie window before him. The car hit the buggy fairly cutting the horse free but grinding the vehicle to splinters and terribly mangling its occupants. The car was derailed Aud the sickened passengers were marooned upon it while the Crew recovered the bodies from beneath the wheels dentil of a child William t., the Little son of mrs. Rhoda Mitchell North Mill Street departed this life tuesday night at the age of 6 years. 5 months Anil 14 Day. Death was due to an attack of bronchial pneumonia. The funeral will be held at 8 45 o clock Friday afternoon. Interment in Odd Fellows cemetery. He is the happiest of Meu who Odds his work and stays with it. Will l lecture tonight. Or. Wilbur f. Crafts who is widely known As a Reform worker. Will deliver his Lei Ture on a that boy and girl of years a at the y. M. C. A. This evening. The lecture will be free and a cordial invitation is extruded to All an offering will he take for the International Reform Bureau which or. Crafts represents. Or. Crafts Lias just returned from a 14 months tour of four continents daring which he spoke 288 times in Many countries Charles Williamson of Chester had a very narrow escape from death on monday. While a Aing along Market Street a heavy Piu Narle from a Cornice of a building Tell striking the rim of his hat in its descent

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