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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - July 15, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaState uhf vol. 55�?no 27danville pa., thursday. July 15, 1909 established in 185c do. Having h. Jennings Deni 1st. Office hours a. M. T p. a 12 a j p. M. 4 Mill St., Danville a. Hultz a i. 425 Mill St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a specially Conde ii result of saturday s games Danville 10 Shickshinny 10 9 ins. Nescopeck 4 Nanticoke 2. Benton 8 Bloomsburg 2. Amen. 7 Berwick 4. Standing of the clubs. Her Finger pricked by a Hatpin Alisa Sarah Ziebach a Pottsville Milliner is seriously ill with blood poisoning. Parents of 6-year old Anna a Alfasi who disappeared fro i her Home at Charleroi. Last sunday believe was kidnapped. James l hash of Way Neuburg she w. L. . Nanticoke. 11 .846 Danville. 9 3 .750 Shickshinny. 6 5 .545 lenten. 6 6 .500 Nescopeck. .6 7. 462 Loi Ninburg .1 9 .308 Alden. .4 8 .333 Berwick. 3 9 .250 with its a big stick a working with Lias the precision Quot and accuracy a of a latest improved Model trip Hammer Danville on saturday succeeded in drawing a game with Shickshinny after the team the umpires Dame Fortune and All the other fetishes of has. A Ball had it combined in a conspiracy to hand the game to the visitor on a Silver Platter. The game was a hair Raiser the most exciting that has been played on the Home grounds in Many a Day. And in voicing their agitation the fans rooted with such Power that the few people left Dowum on Mill Street Stop sold to Albert g. uni in town about 15 acres of Coal Laud us deriving Greene county for Floo an acre Forest fires the most serious for years Are burning in the Region near Bloomsburg. Wooded Laud on the farm of d. H. Fetterolf and Robert s. Howell was burned Over and Many Farmers Ami railroaders Are fighting the Flamer. Robert Mcgrevy an assistant lock master of the Monongahela River was Peff 0 listen to the Yelling. The in ont in a launch near Washington when darned Climax was readied in Dan a woman with two babies in her arms Vil e s Lasry half of the ninth when tie to drown herself and the Chil a orals came to the hat four runs in the Dree Mcgrevy jumped from the rear and made two 6 angles and two doubles count the covered tallies tie my tie score and leaving the game a draw because Shiroke Hinny Strain was nearly due. Danville played exemplary base Ball Forsythe and i team were killed and for the first five innings allowing the has Wagon demolished but a calf in visitors Nix. Coveleskie smiled on t a escaped without a scratch but sixteen men during the first five a virile mrs. R. Abet Redcay of near allowing three hits and Reezor digit Reading was washing milk cans the platform near the pump gave Way and launch and saved All three. John Forsythe a Farmer aged 60 years driving to Market was struck by the Buffalo Rochester and Pittsburg flyer ten Miles South of Butler. Nice fell into a sixty foot Well containing seven feet of water. She was Only slightly Hurt and was drawn out by a rope the woman is 67 years old. House sergeant three strikeouts the men behind were of the jump and nothing a too hard. Then the sixth. With one Man out Mitchel. Butz and Cowley each cracked Long drives into Center the three of them scoring before Danville Ball around the., finished tossing the Sre Ruer. Of the Ala a grounds. Luff Conmier Home Cowley Len town police fumigated the cells at police headquarter recently being unaware that there were any prisoners in the place. He succeeded in nearly Ciao Thering two Rae Aud a woman. H s foot catching in the reins while he was getting out of his buggy at Ringtown Benjamin Long fell headlong to the ground and was killed. Some of the Epworth league officers in Pittsburg Are instituting a movement to secure a curfew ordinance All children under 36 years of age Are to be kept off the byways after h o clock at night unless accompanied by a guardian. Louis Debanda a 16-year-old boy of Pittsburg was having a playful match with a Friend and was struck above to e heart. He fell gasping to the floor and was picked up dead. His companion took to life heels and his name could not be discovered. Great Success is being achieved by the Public playground movement in Wilkes Barre. Parks and playgrounds superintendent Barclay states that for spiked Catcher Aini Nerman putting the nervy Little Danville player out of the game and causing a shake up in the team to fill his place. Coveleskie went out in the grass and co loud took the Mound. Mackert took first and Thomas put on rhe mask. It did t look very it was the Best that could be done with no subs on the Bench. Anyway it stopped the scoring for that innings. With the foretaste of Victory Sizick Ehi Nuy would have no More Goose eggs Frappe and in the seventh combined a single a pass Aud an error to a ally once in the eighth they again girded of their Armor. Bolz went oat by the shortstop to first base route Cowley got four balls and stole second Booth got in the Way of one of Honey s curves Aud took his base Williams hit to right and Cowley Aud Booth scored the latter of a blocked Ball. Here i Cloud was relieved and Brown took the platform. Honey going to a enter Field. Laird hit to right Aud scored Williams before the Side was retired. The session of court held saturday for the purpose of considering the matter of License Transfer was brought unexpectedly to a close during the Forenoon by the withdrawing of both applications. As explained in a pre Vious Issue Michael Reilly desired that the liquor License at no. 610 Mill Strep be transferred to him from Patrick Mccaffrey who has been doing business at that stand for some years past. The other application a ked that the liquor License at no. 15 Northumberland Street he transferred from William Dougherty to Patrick Mccaffrey. In each Case a remonstrance was tiled. The proceedings were of Sun Ual interest by reason of the array of Legal Talent called into the cases. Representing the petitioners were Hon. Grant herring of Sunbury Hon. John m. Garrian of Wilkes Barre Thomas c. Welsh and w. L. Sidler of this City. Offsetting these As attorney for the remonstrances was Hon. H. M. Hinckley of this City. Lever before had such an array of to at been called into play by the d re matter of License Transfer. To presence of the giants was suggest a Aud instinctively All seemed to fax hat a Battle Royal was pending. Scarcely had the proceeding began when the clash occurred. The first witness was on the stand when or. Hinckley on Cross examination began to a a some pointed questions that aimed to disprove that the applicant was in All respects such a person that should he entrusted with a liquor License. Or herring at once objected. The Ramon Straucey lie said raised a it us Liou Only As to the applicant s general character and offered no specific objections to granting him a License. He urged that All specific testimony be re Elt Ted in the bearing it a grossly in net. He declared that a Man should a this Way to called into court and made to answer a specific charge without being notified of it and Toms being enabled to prepare a defense. He insisted that Only the general speech ail Cord Ance with the Rule of court which or. Hinckley had assisted to draft. Or. Herring was followed by Hon. John m. Garman who went into the matter very deeply. Both speakers held that the proceedings asking for a trails Fer were identical with those asking for a granting of License and that the several Ilaya to average or 4.000 Chil again in the ninth Susor. Een availing the Selve it of i and the River bathing Dren Nave the player an station. Clarence Brill while picking huckleberries near Hazleton was bit by a Rattler. His companions became panic stricken and ran away. At length some of the elder boys resumed and took the victim Home. The wound was cauterized end no serious results Are apprehended. Fay rent of Shatokin climbed on the Back of a cow to take a ride Aud got a Little More than he bargained for. The infuriated animal ran away an 1 hurled its rider to the Earth bad by injuring him. The father arrived on the scene inst in lad from being Gore. Fourteen cows that a. Were billed in Reading discovered in the Herd of to Farmer fourteen pro out of seventeen. Three Are said to have the Sarn or. Otto g. Noack v thorough investigation. Engineers Are now at work surveying the route of a new trolley line 1 three. Five of Danville a rues were made in the first three innings Good heavy i stick work being for most of the locals tallying. Again in the sixth Danville tallied once. La t in ninth the crowd was beginning to Hock toward to e Gates despairing of Danville a overcoming shirk Shufu uyt a Lead when Layberger took a pretty single through Short Stop i Thomas old reliable pounded one in to left. Things began once More to assume an Ater eating aspect when Coveleskie came to Bat but the Best i Pinkev could do was to pop one up to i second base Lewis was fortunate eur Hugh to get in front of a pitched Hall loading i a cushions la Umlauf brought the crowd to the Pinnacle with a two Bagger into left scoring i Clayberger and Thomas Brown a truck oct. was Nome hat disquieting iks. J Bat Mackert saved the Dav with his a a7<? tic i so Ond Nuble and third hit of the Day a a log drive into left held scoring or a Eros Lewi and Umlauf. Colond made disease nil to third out. I make. A16 score Danville. The viewers appointed to As Ess damages for the land belonging to the John r. Bennett estate which was condemned for Hospital purposes under the act of May 6. 18111, made their return to court saturday morning. The report was confirmed Nisi unless exceptions be filed or Appeal taken it will be confirmed absolutely in thirty Days. The report of the viewers is in part a follows a a to the honorable the judges of the court of common pleas of Montour county. A the undersigned vie we appointed by the foregoing and hereto attached order for the purposes therein stated respectfully report a a that the land required for Hospital purposes and taken by the trustees of the state Hospital for the insane at Danville pa.,the Valuo of which this jury of viewers has be n appointed to ascertain consists of certain tracts of land situate partly in the Borough of Danville consisting of 176 acres and 60 perches Whereon Are erected two farm dwelling houses one Large Bank barn Oue Large cattle barn a tobacco shed Wagon House Aud numerous other Small and convenient farm buildings also on Western end of tract we find certain veins of moulding Sand which is hereinafter estimated. A they further find and report that the said Laud so taken with All in prove meets and for the said Hospital purposes to be of the value of Twenty seven thousand eight Hundred and eighty dollars a your viewers a a a port that after making Ajust Aud fair computation of the advantages and disadvantages of said Laud so of take they have estimated and determined the amount of damages us tailed by the taking nod appropriating of said land to be the sum of Twenty seven thousand eight Hundred and eighty dollars in Trauner following a the Laud at Oue Hundred and thirty dollars per acre and the moulding Sand of the value of five thousand dollars Ami that the whole of said sum of twee to seven thousand eight Hundred Oftle a people could be considered Aud eighty dollars is due and payable this he declared was in strict to said Ellen Coleman Bennett the owner of said Laud. Signed George d. Kootner j. W. Low hie. R Ryan o. Dennen viewers. A the above report saturday was con firmed by the court Nisi and absolutely in thirty Days unless exceptions be rules adopted for the latter must apply filed in the prothonotary a a office or a m the former. Or. Hinckley contended that a difference exists Between a application for and a Transfer of License in that accepts Call in the former the applications Arad Vertise and tie Public is Well informed o i what is going on whereas in the matter of transfers there is no pub 1 icily and ii is Only As the facts Are accidental a Learned Chat the Public comes to know anything of them until the Transfer of License is actually . He held that the rules relating to the granting of License of not apply Aud that any evidence that won i Quot enlighten the conscience of the court a in the matter at Issue a wholly admissible. Or. Herring made a formal objection and demanded that the whole court pass upon the question. There was a consultation Between judge Evans and associates re e and Wei peal taken within said Rev. la Lett the Rev. L d. Ulrich pastor of Trinity lutheran Church this City has decided to accept the Call to St. Johns lutheran Church at it Ilkew Barre. He has notified the Council of the Trinity lutheran Church of a is decision a 1 Trie Council in turn will notify the congregation at a meeting to be held at the Church on the 19th inst. The Rev. Or Ulrich will enter a on the pastorate of St. John s Church at the beginning of August. The Church to which he has been called bus a salary of #1,800 Atta a died. It is situated in the residential part of Wilkes Barre at me Corner of Academy and South River streets. The pulpit Lias been vac nut since easter. Three prisoners All doing Tirie the a wer Ltd to Call it the Pittsburg Monongahela and Washington railways company. The route of this line lies through a Rich and Well populated District. During the absence of the Ball team Forbes Field Pittsburgh a magnificent Law sporting Park is to be used As a hippodrome. Harry Davis the theatrical president Dreyfus have closed the Deal and performances will be Given after july 26, the opening Day. Porb00 Field is larger than the it a a a York hippodrome Aud Marffie i i re will be Ufret. Hess a a. R. .1 h. O. A. 1 b. 0 Layberger. Of .1 1 2 1 Thomas la a c 2 2 8 1 0 Coveleskie p amp if. Lewis. 2b. 1 3 1 1 3 1 1 7 b8 2 0 0 4 1 Brown of a j. 0 o 2 2 Mackert if amp la .1 3 �1 0 0 co loud p amp of .1 1 0 0 0 Ainderman c.0 8 totals 10 15 27 15 a Shickshinny. R. H. Mitchell if. 2 2 o. 1 a. 0 e. 0 Butz 2b. 2 2 1 9 0 0 Cowley a. 3 0 4 0 Booth of .1 0 0 0 o Williams a 1 2 11 1 0 2 Laird of. 0 2 0 4 0 Skelton b. 1 0 0 o Petyon c. 0 0 2 o Pegher p. 0 1 0 t 0 i to talk a _ _ _ _ it 0 27 �?T7 2 liver. After which the president judge that tie asset uus concurred wit i him in overruling or. Herring s objections. In Quick succession waiter 0. Green to. W. Wallize Thompson Jenkins there Are bin three prisoners in the Richard Sheppard Aud Arthur Butler county ail at pre but and the Are testified giving the applicant Michael All doing . Ouly a Short Lias Reilly an excellent reputation for elapsed Muco there was a full House at Good moral Chancre a temperate Hab fort Williams. The rapid Balliu off its. Ete. Of boarders illustrates How periods applications withdrawn of Good order and obedience to Law Aie the first witness called by the re Apt to succeed Waves of lawlessness Mons trance was William Toohig. Or. That Roll Over the land. It has been a herring at once asked to be informed Long since there was of Little do of what or. Hinckley aimed to prove ing in the justices offices or. What is being apprised that it had to do with equivalent that to few offenders in a specific charges or. Herring formally Pireu have been bound Over for objected to the evidence urging the court same reasons that Jie advanced in the former objection. He again insisted that the entire proprietor of opera House Block cont Paft upon tie mlle lion. The re. Suit wus the same Asiu the former Case the associates sustained the president judge. We moving pillars. Are making alterations in the four of the a a the Stone pillars forming the door Frame will be removed and a steel beam inserted overhead for support. The entire front will be left open. Danville .2 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 4-10 Shickshinny. 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 8 �?10 two base hits love Lessie Umlauf 2, Mackert 2. Brown. Sacrifice hits. Coveleskie Mao loud Clayberger. A Tole Bates Hess Layberger Thomas am Erma Butz Cowley. Stroux out. By Coveleskie 8, by Don Glier 5. Double plays. Novel eerie to malt Kert. Of Layberger to Thomas Mackert to thoma.-. Base on balls off Coveleskie a off co loud 2. Off Doo Glier 2. Hit by pitched . Mitchell. Cowley Booth 2. Umpires Ainsworth and realty. At tills juncture the attorneys withdrew to the consulting room. In a few minutes they returned when or. Herring created Surprise by announcing that they would withdraw both applications. Judge Evans briefly announced that they would be accorded the privilege of withdrawing both applications for Transfer and the ses>5on of court which promised to be such a Long and hotly contested one came summarily to a Cloe in a Little More than an hour after it began. The Man who writes and prints a vicious Book is a Public enemy. Froi1. S. Faculty John Kase who was elected teacher of science and mathematics of the Danville High school at the previous meeting tendered his resignation As a member of the faculty at a regular meeting of the school Board monday. Of motion or. Ease s resignation was accepted and the matter of supplying the vacancy was left in the hands of the committee of teachers and certificates. In tendering his resignation or. Kas took occasion to thank the school Board for the interest it had taken in him and its kindness toward him during the last two years. He said he appreciated the Honor of the election for the third term. He explained however that he thought it would be better for him not to accept. It developed during the Dib cession which followed that applicants for such positions As the one to be filled in the High school Are plentiful enough although it is pretty apparent according to the View taken by the Board that a higher salary will have to be paid. In motion of or. Fischer it was ordered that a a Point meeting of teachers and directors for the purpose of considering the question of text books be held in connection with the next regular meeting of the Board of july 26tli. The contract for supplying Coal to the Public school buildings of the Borough was awarded to the East Boston goal company at $3.14 for no. 2 or egg Coal and f 1.64 for no 6 or pea Coal. On the d. L. Amp w. Railroad the freight rate is .00 per ton for pea Aud #1.15 for leg Coal. Of the Pennsylvania rail red the freight rate is # 65 for pea and .80 for egg Coal. On motion the selection of the Railroad Over which the coat is to be hauled to Danville was left with the Supply committee. Among the local dealers there were ouly two bidders for the contract. Boyer Bros presented a bid at ? it. 10 for pea and #4.75 for egg Cal. The Montour Coal co. Agreed to furnish Coa at #4.64 for egg and Quot. I for pea Coal. Repairs recommended. The committee on buildings Aud repairs presented its recommendations to the Board showing that wholesale repairs Aud improvement Are needed about the school buildings this year. Of motion the recommendations wer adopted among which the following Are the most import taut third Ward building. Curbing repaired and a bumping Stone at Corner of Alley Aud Walnut Street. Radiators in old building to be lowered. Frosts wind t foot f stairs in basement bet a Ubo a and r cellars. Repair Wall Over Oue of Fui Naces. Oei deut floor of Large Coal bin. Repair Aud Puper. And varnish All desks in need of ame. Table for miss Mann s room. Table for miss blizzard s room. Second Ward building. Stone Steps and Cement platform at West Entrance. Seat and desks in East primary room changed to face the North desks to i be arranged in three Row. Repair boys basement floor. Teachers desks for each of the following room -�?2nd, 3rd, 4th 5th and 6th. A table for each of the following rooms a a grammar school and senior secondary Shock. Take teachers desks from grammar shool room Aud senior secondary room to 1-t primary au-1 mixed primary rooms. Fourth Ward building Calciu ining for the two hails Aud miss Bird s room a All seats Aud desks tightened Sand papered and varnished where needed roof of building repaired Aud tin work painted spouting repaired three late blackboards for miss Fry a room table for miss Birds room. Welsh Hill building in tin Welsh Hill school among Miner repairs it was recommended that broken plastering be repaired damaged spouting to he replaced with new broken slate also to be replaced. First Ward building. Desks repaired Saud papered and varnished where needed. Table for miss Evans room and for miss Tooey a room. New desks for the High school room. Teacher s de6k for the High school room. Balcony a oozed dome removed. Dome and roof to be Pul in Good repair. Exterior of building Brick and Woodwork to be painted. All inside blinds to be repaired and painted. Cali Jiining for High school room mrs. Coulter s room and miss Evans room. Reward for offenders. In s. W. Delbert the unfortunate tenant on the Mettler farm. Gearhart township who was the victim of a fire on Only 3rd, dropped into this office yesterday for the purpose of expressing through these columns his Heartfelt thanks for the generous treat meet that he has received from neighbors Aud others. Ii i the Rev. Lloyd w. Walter pastor of the Pine Street Lati eran Church has accepted a Call to the Trinity evangelical Church at Kittanning Armstrong county and expects to ener upon his new pastorate Angott 1st. Or. Walter has tendered his resignation to the Church Council. Although net a Oil has not As yet been taken there in addition to a portion of his crop seems Little doubt but that his wishes of Hay which had been made Aud will be taken into consideration Aud hauled into the barn before the that his i Rig nation will be accepted. Or. Deibert lost with the building Bis it will go into effect of july 26th. Self Binder and practically All his Kittanning is a town of about nine fanning implements Hia docs in All footing up nearly a thousand dollars Aud being uncovered with la Surace. Or. Delbert s hard Luck aroused general Aud wide spread sympathy. At the Date of rhe fire nor Only was his grass ready to Cut but his crop of wheat was about Ripe. On last Satur Day in order to help him out with his Harvest the Farmers of the Countryside turned our and without any Cost to him. Cut Aud shocked Twenty four acres of wheat. In All there were six self binders following in succession around the Field the spectacle presented being a novel and picturesque one for this Section. Along Writh the half dozen binders eleven men were employed in gathering the sheaves and placing them in shocks. Tiie Job a a record one the Twenty four a res of wheat being Cut and shocked in less than four hours . But for the generous assistance rendered the unfortunate tenant would have been unable to Cut his Harvest without such a loss of As would to Tousand inhabitants. The Church to which or. Walter has been called is a Mission ouly lately organized. The Field is a fruitful which All the condition. Favor rapid growth and development in a religious body. All that is needed is a full measure of religious Zeal and properly directed Effort essentials that will be beyond a doubt supplied by the Rev. Or. Wal or. The Best wishes not Only of the congregation of the Pine Street lutheran Church but also of his Many friends regardless of Creed accompany him into i new Field. Or. Walter entered upon the pastorate of Pine Street lutheran Church on june 1, 1906. During the three years that he has been in Danville his work has been uniformly acceptable. He Baa brought into the ministry in addition to a sound education ample Talent a devout nature and All those qualities of heart and intellect that go to make up a loved and successful minister of the gospel. It is Gratifying to state that Pine Street lutheran Church has flourished have led to waste of Grain. His foil duing his pastorate and that its record gratitude in the premises will be appreciated by the Farmers who came to his Rescue. Is one that All can Point to with pardonable Pride. During a conversation last evening or. Walter took occasion to remark that it is with the greatest Reluct am a that he leaves the present Field where he has been accorded such Good sup a meeting of the Stock holders of the port and where his experiences have been to useful Aud agreeable equipping him for his life work in the ministry. Will Kab ase capital Stock Danville athletic association was held in the office of Ralph Kisner esq.,on monday evening. The majority of the stockholders were present. The object of the meeting was to 1 authorize an increase of capital Stock. No opposition to this measure developed and on motion it was ordered that. The capital Stock be increased from Cue Thon Arne to five thousand dollars. It was also ordered that the directors be a a powered to is6ae a Tock up to five to Nousand dollars at such times and in such amounts a May be deemed necessary. I if was decided to remain in th3 pc que league finish to. T t a. Team by the pm of adrift a a players and to Annke a Stirru ious Etc a. To win the 1 Gigue . Farther improvements our. 1 tie Field a corten ote i hikers i it i a Back today be i Ting Leta for sewerage flans today Mark the tenth Aud lat Day of i a annual Bible conference of Pennsylvania y. M. G. A at Eaglen i during this week. Or. George l. Robinson associate member of the Arneri a society of civil engineers was in town making investigations in regard to the question of sewage disposal with the purpose of submitting a bid of Friday Quot in response to the advertisements of the Council. Or. Robinson is of the firm of Rob Sou and Wagner of new Yore City sanity re engine is a n have made a specially of t Juet on of sewage disposal for i a a r t a twelve years Aud who liar had urge of the design Aud Coustry Lon of some of 11e largest and Ruo to u sewage disposal plants in the Stern it of the United state plants in the states it i new 1 irk new Jersey and Pennsylvania. The largest Plant which or. Robinson has designed is that at or. Vernon, the population i something Over 3&Quot >00 Aud he a also built a very soc Mere. The Kcal hikers under the Lead Cese Ful Alnut at bal Tou spa n. Y., Reship of o. H. Manley will leave this where the population is about the morning on their return journey his same As that at Danville and the coning the entire distance. 1 lie hikers edition to be overcome very similar will occupy Inore us rhe return trip than they did on the trip to Young couple Eagle Mere. They will take in Millville and Jerseytown increasing the distance by a Cumber c f Milee to o a nights be spent on the Road. Thomas w. Pritchard of Danville to Danville hikers Tel ups a he am my d�1"�?� Una to Ltd da0sh, a Honor of being the Only club hiking up to the conference that Are return wedded yesterday leg on foot most of the clubs preferring to make their return by rail. Soft Coal mines shut Dow n. Clearfield july 14. A tie operators in the Central Pennsylvania by Yumlu our Field have tarted to close their mines Aud if the mines refuse to accept a Cut of eleven cent a ton it that there will lie a general suspension. Since the adjournment of the conference at Philadelphia fully 5,000 in this Section have been drive oat of employment As tie result of shut Downs. Or. Aud mrs. W. I. Dildine of Hughesville were quietly wedded yesterday morning at n of cock in Christ Church by the Rector. Rev. Edward Haughton. Ouly a few immediate relatives and friends witnessed the ceremony among them being the brides parents and Blaine a. James of Jersey Shore. Or. Aud mrs. Pritchard left of the nine o clock Penu Sylvania train for a trip to Johnstown Aud Pittsburg. Upon their return they will occupy a newly j furnished Home at the Corner of Church and Walnut streets. The Groom is one i Danville s rising Young business proprietor of the grocery store on East Market Street. Tie Bride �9 a Ruo amp to highly esteemed Young lady w to until recent of motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that a Reward of five dollars be offered for information that will Lead Vas , l a fihe Danville bos to the arn6t and conviction of boy or Illta tor in Fly be others who Are found guilty of tres passing of the property of the Welsh Hill school and of damaging the building by throwing stones etc., or by climbing upon tie roof. Al the following members of the Board were present Sechler Orth Barber Swarts Burns Pursel Fischer heis Aud Cole. 7 the following Bills were approved j for payment taxes on buds. #26.60 Rosenstein Frazier. 2.00 Standard Gas of. 1.92 w. H. Orb. 2.39 c. L. Eggert. 5.25 j. P. Bare com. I76.00 interest on Bonds. 122 60 no crime to help Birds. Mrs. Maty Kubick of Reading who spent a Day and a Lia i Jinja i 1 and was fined #17.44 for sheltering an injured Robin wan yesterday informed by officials of the state game commission that she was illegally punished and that the department would use every Effort to have to it Elfine returned. A boy was toning the Robin when she took the Bird into the Hoose and nursed it until it was Well a Nongi to Fly. A neighbor informed of her and her arrest followed. Envy and malice Aud uncharitable Ness Are guest Oue should repel

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