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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - May 24, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper i he circulation a a i tins a a a in i is increasing rapidly it will pay you Ltd advert so in of amok a an state Vavaty i his coi Tkv will never he entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands wit 11 its own Job printing the Ottie. Of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner. Subscription $1 per it for i 7.�o-no 1�l Danville. 1�a thursday May 24 in mrs. Established in 1855 Job printing of All kinds and description i l Liyim. Ii ii nn1n�. A i l \ i is i. .1. U i i. Ii r n. R a 1 till i i /. A i 1/ my so mus. Wet Iii a lays anew i ing. The fair graduate to flu front. Triad rally warming no turn has a it yet been it tor Tinky Publ lean i a Rimar it in Montour countr mayor a a Imp a. Of Ladi Wuoti. Having in True to Ltd 111 to rigidly Ensom the anti Sohlie a a Al ordinate a was coiim<1 rally surprised when lie fact a Al the fir to victims of Offit Ial vigilance to a ii Rover that they Wen Liis Brollier Ami Omu. No -4-Ho�tl Patron Dan a Justice to Luuis of. Unless in an full Ami a a or finally Trace to it Onne every rum or injuriously affecting the Dmitris t ration of the a Hool. Witeli til Washington Ami Philador phia a a it a a Hall club it Wen tied for l a a leadership recently most of tit Tiews a ii it. Generously put Washington ahead so it would i Ivy Quot a it in to Bing to talk about for the rest of it life. Chi i of police Charles Kulp. Of Freeland Luz me county will ele rate i Silver wedding. W Ith his Good w Ife next month. To saturday last their tir to Chi 11 a born a Stout boy. David cold re u and mis Bessie Rejan. Of Philadelphia. Win married in a i a Pital on saturday afternoon and it is fend the 1-ride w ill die. At an earlier hour in the a Lay her intended he Hami accidentally shot her a revolver Hall entering her left lung near the heart. The order of ked men a Jik org aused its thirty first tribe in pm Ensyl Varia for tin year. This is a remarkable record showing the in at growth of the organization. The boys will sgt on in Hunting the swimming Pool. Prof. Andrew Campbell s 1-piece orchestra gave a very delightful concert sat inlay evening at the great piano factory Sal Morns. 282 Mill Street the Moitie in Illarion waxes warm. Everything. Going to a these Days even the venerable joke on the Mother in Law is imperilled by flu an noun lenient that a Pennsylvania Man left hie estate flt r life to his wife s Mother. Because she made Home pleasant for him. In the death of judg Charle a. Clinton county Bench Pennsylvania loses of of its most prominent up state jurists. No Man w is More popular among All classes in that county Aud ins death after a plucky fight against disease will he much regretted. Alto Rogers aged Anna Bay Ler. Aged 13, while walking across a trestle on the Val v Lail Roa. At Athens. Bra of it it a it i county last sunday evening were caught by the Black dial Mill exp re Quot and instantly killed. When i r. D on Mon his state he Alth de it arts edit into permanent a a Niters in them a Capitol lie will establish a Lah Oratov of a or the is is Anco of physician. Who desire to have s dec Metis of disease germs examined. This is an institution that is badly a ceded a outside of flu larger cities which have their own l r Dixon is in constant Rei Seipt of letters asking f a inform atm in the matter a Pennsburg. Met it outgo my a county Fisherman has just captor cd i tin four largest Catfish out of flu Perkio men Fhi a soil. They unsure Iron 3 Fogt 14 itis lies each. The United states univ. I a is third in Point of Tounage among the navies of the world. Great Brit Iau conies Erst with a to to 1 a of tons France second with 800,938 tons and the Uii item a states with third 701,797 tons. This i the time of tie year to up re met that destroyer of lawns tin a laude lion tie Flowers Are changing to the Fluffy hails a of so Al it they Are torn up now next year it Rop of gras killers will in materially Tess eyed. Tie imprint a if a hand from which two Finger an missing i a a a pm to d to Aid in the a Are to of tie murderer of or John Morrison of Cumbola. S. Lily kill aunty the in print was left a in flu window a it Alnon near Cam Bola. Read ling has called in or Dixon to Bunik Ltd ver the various matters of sanitation in the City the health com Missi Otier. Who i nothing if it versatile is in demand from one �111 of the state to. The a Ither. For the people have Learne 1 that lie is working for the go a 1 of the Commonwealth. Annual contest. The annual Content Between the Garfield Ami Lincoln literary so be tip a of the Danville High school will take place tins afternoon at 2 of clock. This annual contest has Emu to in an event a of great interest in die school year Ami for the occasion the pupils of Eracli society elect Iii or most capable orators Ami writers to re in sent them three events Are contested recitation a be Lama t Ion Ami a debate the judge this afternoon will la a l. Dow Ott Rev William c Mccormack. D d Aud a h. Grom Tim program is a. Follows piano due selected miss Margaret Striler. Igi. Miss Bertha Cloud in 1 debate question Kes it Ilvy a that labor unions an beneficial to the working classes affirmative Hake a or George Hendricks in. 1l1, mis it Uili 1-Ri k la. Negative Hake r or. Can Ron Amin i g i. Or. A Rob i Miil Lur. 1. Vocal sob sing me to sly up a a Green m is Elfrie la Voiss. Dot Lamat Ion a George washing Tony Van Dyke or. W i 111�in Hancock. A. Dec Lamaten a attack on sum tier. Austn or Lewi Robinson go piano Trio Muller min a mile. Guest and Cousert. Reci ratio in in tie Light of 11���?� to. 11 miss Ai in a dry i fun. 1.1 recitation Ai Hihi la a a a Poe miss Pauline Zwisler. Ujj. A Hal a do 8elect d miss Rachel Mettler to Purchase i i in Riih 11 Shon lil keep m in i 011 All the a a a i ions of the i a. A. Tuple of fish wardens an said to l. I the ground and Are a Pii etly of Erving tin Ina Hiuer in which fish Are in aug taken both from tin River and froth main it Tiiu Creek. Rumours that fish Are being illegally taken from tin w aters Horn have been Curry int for some Tiwi Pat the Storiz is no doubt re Elud the do a in Arment of Fisun rims at Harrisburg in which event that fish wardens should by sent Here to look Over the ground Wou lil be the logical sequence. Salmon Brook Trout Black Bass Green Ltd a Oswego Bass Strawn Rry Bass White Bass Rock Bass Blue Pike Perch Sunfish Susquehanna Salmon Pickerel i All classed by Law As game fish Ami can lie legally taken Only with 1. Hook and line. The re is a penalty a a s2 a for a Ali offence. With tie of Trout none of tin game fish. M 1m 1. Gaily taken until after june i a tin so Sou extending from that Date until of a a Druary 15th illusive. The Eti Ralty is $10 for a Ali fish illegally take Aud retained. There shall but no fishing on the first Day of the w Elk commonly known As sunday. These and other provisions of the fish Law should be Well understood by persons he fore they indulge in tin port of fishing by any of the Wel known methods. At the present re it re Ticus Are placed upon fishermen that world have been accounted tyrannical a i w years ago. Nevertheless no one who a Leiros to see the fish protected will dispute the Wisdom of jul tip a ii the measures. I a a Tisl Ierien Are looking Forward to wry Good fishing tin coming season. Fas fishing which had been poor enough for several years previously was exceptionally Good in both the North Branch and West Branch of the Lianna last year and the same a a Oil tons it is thought will prevail again. The increase in number of fish in the North Branch last year Wou lil seem to 1 explode to in ten Ory that them it a Fotiou of the rior caused by the Coal mines was killing off the Bassun a the latter conditions be attribute to i tin fact that tin Coal operators May Lis be a Lois Ted another policy and arc permitting Little or roue of their Coald it it to rach the River. A similar in areas of fish ill tin West ,following a a Orres of lug period of scary Ity could not be accounted for in tin same Way Anil would seem to indicate that the better conditions must he due to some general and More temp the cause. Fought firk with Sand building saved by this method on Frick farm after water Supply was exhausted. Tin Hall soil or non of William c. Frick in Poplar Hills was destroyed by Tiiu a last week Friday night. The los will reach $5,000 or. Flick be Lievy tin fire was the work of an incendiary and has offered a Reward of $300 of a or information that will Lead to the Arr St and Couvil Tiou of the guilty party. Tie i turned storm Ture was a new building and Complete in every respect. This is the so come barn or. Frick has Hist since he took Possession of tin farm a Little Over a year ago. Tin other barn was no Tsueh an exam naive Structure. Its destruction was also by lib Ved to be tin work of an incendiary. Or. Frick Ami his brother returned from the farm Friday after the fire. When they re ached Home tin wat Eli it log. Which roams tin farm at night was Pei us Back and Forth 111 front of tin i irn. Harking furiously. All of forts to quiet tin animal failed. The a log was finally cd Niaud hut kept a in 1.ark aug. After putting the horse up or. Frick want into tin House. He had not been in Ting Long before a Man working on Ali Plaez rushed 111 crying that tin earn was on fire. A bucket i Riga let it was formed and water was thrown on tin nearest building which is the a roiling place. After awhile the water ran so Low that the fir fighters were Toni Pella a to abandon the use of water and Eiko Sand. It was hard work but it saved tin brooding building in which we re thousands of lift Chicks and Highlands n j., ii Dahl. Attractive Home wedding. The i Mui. For. And mrs. Rob it t a orm i ii. Valley towns 1 in was the Sci be a of a very pretty wedding yesterday afternoon when their daughter mis Jeunie became the Bride of Charles Appleman. Juli ceremony was pm a former a by Rev. C 1. Ler Cli pastor of i5t. Johns re Fornin Al Church Mausdale. Tin attendants were Horace Appleman and mis. Alice Appleman brother and sister �1 the Groom. The Bride was attired 111 him silk. After the ceremony a w. Suph a was surveil. The Groom is the Sou of f. P. Apple Matt of Valley township Aud Resillez in Berwick where the newly wedded couple will make their Home. Tin full Wizig guests were present or. And mrs. F. P. Appleman misses Bertim Ami Alice Appleman Horace and Frank Appleman. Or. Aud mrs. Hoi in Miries. Roger Hendricks or and mrs. Robert Cornelison or. And mrs it Hules Cornel Ison Donald orm i pm or Aud mrs. W. A. Cor-in-1 and Myrtle Corm Dison a in Diwan. Margary t and Myrtle Dean. 1.11 and ten Resa Appleman or. And i a if Ted Bogart Jennii m. Shr Nola Bogert. V is erday a base Ball scores. American league. Athletics i. Cleveland 3, tin inns 1. Do troit 3. Boston 2. Chii ago 1, new York 1. Or i Gin is Iff Washington 7. National league Philadelphia of St. Louis 3. Boston o. Pittsburg 3. Brooklyn i. Cincinnati i. New York Chicago rain. Tri state league. Williamsport i Altoona in. Lancaster 8, York 1. Johnstown 3, Harrisburg broke Small Bone in ankle. K of he 1 i11 in daughter of or. And or Henry. Bie Ruian of blooms Burg while playing a St re Lay after a noon broke a me of the Small 1miu�s in a the right Urikh. The question of new Lionso occupied a great a Leal of the time at tin meeting of Council Friday night two gentlemen were present in fore Council on of the firm of is a a Bailey agents for the Bay stall Host Aud tie other Henry r. Early repro sent aug the Eureka and Paragon Hose. The Hills were opened after which a re sort of John Eisenhart Ami a. C Angle fire committee was re Al recommending that flu a contract of a or sup flying the Borough tire a a part Merit with 150ff feet of fire Hose he awarded to i the welliver hard Ware company for the Paragon Brand of Hose manufactured by the Eureka fire Hose Toni Jinny at 9ff cents per foot. The committee on lira in favor of extending the Borough water to Gulicki a addition the a question left j for Council to i decide was whether a i two Inch pipe carrying water for Domestic Jour irises Only should by Laid a or a four Inch pipe to afford lira Protection should be employed. It w As a Sti mated that the two Inch a i in would Cost some $2ffff, scarcely half As much As tin four Inch main. On motion of or. Hughes seconded by or. Russell it was ordered that a -1-Incli main be Laid to Gulicki a addition. On motion of or. Jacobs it was Oral ered that a special License of live dollars per Mouth be granted a Moore for operating shoot ing gallery. A it i motion a a or. Boyer it was 01 ered that the Street commissioner be instructed to make necessary repairs on the Street in co opt a Rativo court. On motion of or. Boyer it was onion d that new matting be purchased for the hallway of the City in i id ing. The following petition was a it a Civ Al and acted a pm my we the undersigned respectfully request that the. Borough a a tend tin sewer through the Alley in the rear of our residences that we May he Able to connect with same. A signed Corgi a Gearhart Cordelia e Gearhart. Anna a. Edmondson. Or. Sweisfort said that the committee a ill sewers was in pared to it recon mend that the sewer a a extended up each Alley North Anil South of East Market from ferry to a Pine Street. Or. Sweisfort s prevail a with Council and on motion it was ordered that the so wer Holt tended along both alleys. On motion of or. Bedea it a. Ord ered that the arc Light at tin Entrance to the Hospital for the insane 1>p in moved from that Point to Day Street some three Hundred feet we Stward. On motion of or. Sweisfort it was ordered that the of tin Light Plant 1m instructed to install an additional Arlt Light in we St Mahoning Street near theft it by Bilge at an Early a late As Possich. On motion of or. Jacobs tin Secretary was instructed to notify the 1 l. Amp w. Railroad company to replant the crossing at the Alley ast of Mill Street. Which has been in bail repair since the siding was constructed at that Point. On motion of or. Jacobs it was Ord ered that hereafter in a pairing on Ings a in All the principal streets Pax ing blocks be used instead of Stum. The following members a re precut Gibson Vastire swi Isfort. Re sell. Angle Hughes boy a l it. By a in a Jacobs and Eisenhart. Baccalaureate Sermon. The baccalaureate Sermon to tin graduating class of tin High school was preached by tin item. 1-. I. Ulrich at Trinity let Zierau evening. Along with the class tin faculty Aud the school Board of Dan Villi were present All occupying seats that had been reserved in tin front part of the auditorium. There was a very Largi Doug re gation a re sent. Civile Davis Sliss May Dreifuss Fred Roli erts and miss Lydia Woods of the class of 07�?T noted As Ushers. A Large Pennant hearing the a colors Pink and Green Aud on which was in scribed the year of graduation a a a Ltd a a was spread upon the Wall Over tin pulpit. The Church was wry tastefully decorated about tin altar with Large Palms ferns Aud Warnat Loiis. As usual on such occasions much i Terest entered in the class which was composed of two Entov seven persons thirteen boys and fourteen girls. Tin Young ladies while not uniformly in re ssh a in White Werini very tastefully attired Aud presented a wry Bright and attractive appearance. The entire class boys and girls alike wore tin class color in tin form of a Pink Rose. The Church was o it ened with tin regular service after which spec Ial music was rendered and the Sermon was preached. Rev. L. I. Ulrich tin pastor took his text Fri in romans 12th chapter 11th verse a not Slothful in business fervent in spirit serving the lord. A the baccalaureate Sermon was in deep a a i Ruml Aud practical discourse delivered in or. Ulrich s Best vein. The discourse throughout was an Appeal to the a a lass showing How religion and business should go hand in hand How while a pm Roii May he concerned with tin affairs of the world he May at tin same time serve tin lord. A very la anti Ful vocal Solo was Ren Der Al by w. R. Miller cd title la ooh shining Light.1 a a. E. Campbell rendered a violin Solo w Ith most do Dight Ful effect. About James a Scarlet. Tin Philadelphia inquirer pc to cry May in its a men and matters about the state a column made the following complimentary in ution of a Dan ill Ian a a i in to Norahle Jaim a Scarlet Dan Vilh. Known pretty Well in every part a of tin United states for High signal ability As a lawyer and his Courtesy As a gentleman writes to the in Uirt a in Teply to a question that lie is not a candidate for tin a it publican non ii nation for governor. Thoroughly i on Vine cd that the re Nih Licau Munim a will win yet hot discerns the humor in a a very county having a candidate 1 our a a Unity at least has two but with twinkling eyes he says lilt in t stand i ing for Montour. 1 fought for tie i party a be says in effect a a flu a i was so Young that i had to War a Long coat to make my look tall. Tin other follows Mav Hustle a while Ami yet if or scary two Ihl j Aeck it there a a Cali did late that w. Enrol every Labouring vote in tin by tin men amino Iii a Sun lit of h Dii Lacy and lies equally Strong a in tin Hus guess and professional men i Fri a for All or. Scaroff this Ray a a a prospective bidder. There have la a in rumours afloat tor the past few a lays that tin w Ishing. Milton Ami Watsontown Pas a Ngor railway a oin Pauy would he a Hidish r when the Dai Vilh a amp san Burn re a Al i put up for Sale a i an Orous diversion that i Las loth 11 i it oys into trouble. During the last two Days two Hoys have been obliged to pay a fim of live dollars Aud costs for shooting within t in Borough. This is a nuisance that goes on pretty much All the time in some form or other a a spite the watchfulness of tin police. The principal of feud a is a re half grown boys armed with air guns air Robert rifles More frequently tin latter or some other gun equally As a dangerous. These an mostly tie we it St and most re cd la is Sot of boys who give their parents any amount of Trou Hll Ami prove a nuisance to others. There Are a Good Many buildings situated in proximity to tin stamping grounds of these irresponsible Sloot a is that by car a Vit Huice a it ten in Rcck ies Suc a in the form of Willow Glass perforated or broken by tin Rita a balls. The mean Law along motioning cry a a is a favorite a sort Aud tie a a ploy sat Keim s Brit k Yard a often in a the bullets w by in a dangerous proximity. Tilings have Readin a a crisis Aud tin two arrests noted above have followed with tie Hope that tin example will not be lost on other boys. As a result of this reckless shooting a boy i West Mahoning san it the of larday came near losing his lift tin Ball piercing his hat and causing a Scalp wound on tin top of his head. According to tin St a rims told i tin Violice a Mol tin boys who carry guns show Little regard for human life Aud perform All sorts of stunts with their guns. It hie Hoys shoes n noved from his of a it. We re shot full of Lions As a a liver Siou. A the boy who received a the Seal wound it is alleged was or la red by tin ex-1 port Marksman to throw his hat tip in to the air As a target w hich the Hov j refused to do. Section 3 of the Borough ordinance 011 a a 1111 a is a inv a dear 011 the j subject. It states that it shall not he lawful for any per on or persons to i wantonly disc liar lira arms of any i kind within tin limits of tin Borough 1 of Dai Vilh. Ten the i a Jieu Alty of five a dollars impose a Al Fogt reach and every of a Feime escaped prisoners captured. Fri Al Hommr Ami men who a so i a a Al from tin Una Umbria count jail at Ohio Mehurg tuesday night Wen captured at mud pm nil near Scranton a arly saturday morning by special officers Mackey and Aliev of thu i. A. Ltd w. Company. Tin capture was tin direct result of their coining out in tin opt ii in an attempt to get Awa from tie Scauo of ten in tir to break to a Freedom. When caught Tony were a in thu was to a Ada. They were armed and desperate Atid Only tin Tompt action of the officer pro Veuth Al tin runaways from adding murder to the list of ten in crimes. Connor Ami Becker i n first spotted Friday night on a North hound d. I. A. A freight which Tony hoarded at s a Rilling at Berwick at 7 38. A Workman 011 this train re cognized the non Aud the officers at once took ten in Trail. At Duryea thu a left thu train and for a few hours All tray a of them was hot. Passing the ugly old Forg. Austin in rights Ami Ransom. Tin v arrived at Clarks Summit from win re Tony made for tin Tjien country. At lurks Summit the were again so a ii Ami re a i Iii eel. And the Vorel Vireil to set rain Toni. Llis or it Falu a Ami Maii Keu again took Uji tin Trail which led out of a Lark s Summit about three Miles to mud Pool where the fugitives were located in a barn. A thorough search of the barn however failed to Tevz Al the jail hrs aka ref Ami the offie or. Sure that their Quarry was lurking i Arlin. Lay out in tin Fields near tin Road leading to a Clark s Summit. About one of clock saturday morning a Farmer with a lantern a aim along the Road and when lie arrival at a kit int near where tin officers Lay in Iii ling Junor and Beeker sprang up from tin six be of tin Road and Ace Stoil him asking for information about tin roads. Before the Farmer had time to answer the quit Ries tin secret a a Irvine Iun with drawn revolvers were upon the fugitives and Hall them covered. �?T011-Uor and Becker were at first startled into inaction but recovering in a second Connor tried to pull his revolver. At tin same instant Becky a made use of tin Only weapon in piece of Coal tied in a handkerchief and trip Al to strike officer Fahey hut the pulic Ltd ii Ian was too Juick for him Aud of a a Llu cd the Man with a blow from his club. In tin in Auw Lilic Mliner Mack ii had succeeded in disarming Connor. The men were marched three Miles into old forge. Ami from there were taken to Scranton 011 a special in Giro. Clarks Summit i it a Ilace where a great a Leal of freight changing is done Ami the Caitlin d Man say Tony intended to return Tenn with the expectation of catching a fast North hound freight with Canada As their ultimate destination. Don signed to the grave. William m. So in la a whose a Loath oct Murreil Fri Lay was a oils Ign a to the Grav in Odd Fellows cemetery m011-Ilav aft in it Man i lie Tiai eral which took place from tin late a Side i ice no. 341 Mill Street at 1 3 1 of clock was largely attend a i. The services were conducted by Rev. 1. I Ulrich pastor of Trinity lutheran Church. Theka a Stout to Quartetti Comisi t eng a if Salt of Aten William risen i la ssh Shannon W. Swart Ami Jose it a k. Patton rendered two appropriate selections a Beautiful land and a Sonn so it Day a. Tin Jill he Are is a a re B. A a or .1 ii cold Emailia a sillier e. A. Voris of at a and John Pat or. And mrs. Arthur Bloom of Wilkes Barro spent sunday at the Home of tie forum re a Fatlan a Daniel Bloom Bloom Street. A. A. A i your of Berwick spent sunday in Dai Vilh the Guy St of or. Ami mrs. G. A. Kossina Pink Street. Miles Barber of Wilkes Barre a a a a 111 sunday with his parents in this City. Mrs. David Lark return Neil to Stewartsville saturday after a visit at tin Home of the misses Louisa and Marv Voris on Pine Street. Anthony Schott of Sunbury. S hot sunday with relatives in Danville. Albert Dreifuss of Law i Stowe arrive a in Danville last evening for a visit with 11is parents or. And mrs. T Simon Dreifuss. Lower Mulberry Street mis no to in Philips Hurt and Charles Pennypacker of we ingate formerly of this City visit cd friends in Danville yesterday. Mrs. Harry shelter of Bridgeton new Jersey form Ray mrs. Julia Huber. Of this City is visiting her sister. Miss Fannie Hummer Iron Streit Rev. Anil mrs. Harry Musker ski edit yesterday with Fric Musat Light Street. Miss a Lara Hackett visited friends in Bloomsburg yester Lay afternoon. Miss Sara Knerr of Allentown arrived yesterday for a several weeks visit at the Home of or. Anil mrs. B. Mccoy West Market Street. Miss Margaret Bennett of Nanticoke Aud miss Marion Mccoy of Watson town will arrive today for a visit at the Home of or. Aud mrs. B. Mccoy West Market Street. What Dixon would say. Many i sous Are heard to remark upon the condition of the canal in the Vicinity a of the Mill Street Culvert which with the Advent of warm weather has become very offensive Aud conducive to anything else than Good health. It seems that such a thing As keeping the ditch Cleau is out of the pm Tsiou and about All that remains to be done is to Drain off As much of the objectionable matter As Pussie and to disinfect the Bottom in some Way. Several of our citizen it discussing the matter yest Eulav agreed that the use of disinfectants was the Best Solu Ion of the problem and named several that might be applied among them being quicklime. The question that naturally suggests itself is Why water can not be kept out of the canal. If this were accomplishing everything else would to easy. During heavy Rains of course the Bottom might be flooded but a deep ditch rightly coi Truc Teil would carry off All the water Ami the canal would be dry tin greater part of thu time. Unless something like this is Dono it will be Only a Tew weeks until to have mosquitoes by the million As last summer a it say nothing of tin other ways in which the stagnant old ditch May be a detriment. State health commissioner Dixon in treating on Good sanitation recently strongly urged the necessity of getting rial of swam Quot wherever they exist pointing out their deadly effects. What he would have to say about our old canal if he could see it in its True Light hardly admits of any conjecture. Rev. chosen president. Rev. A. Lerrah pastor of the maus Dah reformed Church was unanimously elected president of the twentieth annual session of the Wyoming class is of thu reformed a Dir Chi of the United held at Hazleton. Rev. M. L. Firor. Of Scranton was elect 1 vice president .in>1 Rev. W. Kohler of Strawberry Ridge corresponding Secretary. On thu standing committees appointed by the president pastors it this Vicinity figure As follows Rev. E. Guy Paster of Shiloh reformed this City is on the committee of minutes of Synod Aud religion Ami statistics. Rev. W. Kohler is on t he comm it tee on finance. Rev. T. O. Stem of Turbotville is on the committee of religion Aud statistics. I. K. Williams a if this City an elder i it on the committee on missions. The session of thu Classis began on monday Anil will a lose today. The of Mug Sermon was preached by Rev. T. O. Stem. President i five was excused from attending tie meetings yesterday on account of a wedding at which he had to officiate. Rev. T o. Stem was chosen Delegate and Rev. E. Guy alternate to the Eastern Synod the committee on ordination and License Reni sorted i re quest from C. Bucher the be examined As a missionary to China. Or. Bucher finished his course of study at Lancaster theological Seminary this Spring and comes Well recommended. He was ordained at Milton Aud expects to sail in August. Terson. Remete Burg i the my lie funeral Proee ded to tin v i a a Villa and blooms i to a i or v ill my or Ilid a f St raw in d. I a v ush in. I out it it for. Ami a i i m r. A l if pin huli a a a a Sterl i in. A m a roil a of Sebuu i or and of Wali int ii in vol Ridge or. And. Cd list Stoiu it political lib i not thu mini Ixo a Iju a a ame amateurs imagine. Benefits of paving. One of our exchanges quotes a prominent business Man of sub urn As having said a our streets was the making of this Sunbury used to have the reputation of being one of the dirtiest towns in the state and now it is one of the a leanest and most up to Date. Every year the Borough paves one or two squares Ami now they Are getting bricked streets of the outskirts. The first paving was put Down on Market Street fourteen years it is practically As Good As when first constructed without costing anything for repairs. Lii was the testimony of an unbiased citizen who had i a a Rieu ced the Bee fits accruing from permanent Street improve inputs both to a the individual property owner Aud to thu Community. In no town in Central Pennsylvania has then been a More marked increase in real estate values than in Sunbury and Lur Good streets Are largely responsible. New k. T. Commander. \ a barter was granted to tie knights Templar to it organize a commander in Suid Iury. This action was taken at the meeting in Pittsburg yesterday morning. The new commander will he a a imposed a if about fifty members from hum her land. Low is Lairg and Selinsgrove. In Llis is tin period of Church re a Iii a is and meeting. Of various org win a work is intimately i Eunmi cited with tie a Luire Lus. There is no hotter Way to a re Imoto the interest i of a Ligi Oti Ami that Good feeling which i Quot so important an a it a Juius to than by the gathering of to pro so it Ativo is of various bodies. A Hope that thu Strawberry a top has not been materially curtailed by the Frost. Stranger soliciting will probably make an explanation. A Man appeared in this City yesterday and began the work of soliciting Money for the salvation army. What Success he met with is Uncertain but from now on in is Likely to lie embarrassed by tie fact that he tallies with the description Given of a salvation army worker in Berwick who is regarded As an impostor. The stranger working Here is entitled to the Benefit of doubt and it is not impossible that he May he Able to make a sat Sisfa Etory explanation. The a blooms Hurt daily a of last evening stated that a stranger in tie garb of a salvation army worker appeared in Bloomsburg Berwick and other places in this Vicinity last week ail of a claim that his organization was about to resume work in this Section proceeded to solicit Money. He stated that the army would establish a Barracks at Berwick the a a lining summer. He pointed out the Good work a Lone by the army in Berwick in 19 14-5 and on the strength of his representations lie is alleged to have raised about one Hundred dollars. The a a daily goes on to say it now appears that the Man was a Fakir at least he is not working us Der the authority of the regular salvation army organization and is not known to them. William o. Hunter of Philadelphia general Secretary of the salvation army was sent a clipping from the Berwick Enterprise referring to the collection being made at that place. Or. Hunter now sends word that in knows no such person the Man was never sent out by the organization Aud the army had no intention of resuming work in this Section in the near future. A the Man who appeared in Danville soliciting wore a salvation army garb and corresponded to the description of the person soliciting Money in Bloomsburg aug a Berwick Aud alluded to in the alive paragraph. The description printed in the Bloomsburg daily is As t Ollow it a a tall Man with dark hair and Mustache of uncommon intelligence Aud a Good talker although having a pronounced Germau the stranger made at least a partial canvass of our business Street. So far As could be determined he did not succeed in getting any Money. Neither could he be located Here last evening although the police in View of the above coincidence were anxious to have a interview with him. Death of mrs. Hugh Pursel. Mary a., wife of Hugh Pursel departed this life at 4 of clock monday afternoon after a illness of about four years. The deceased was 13 years 8 months Aud 12 a lays of age. During her entire married life she resided in Danville Aud was Well known. She was a devoted wife Aud Mot Lior a kind and sympathizing Friend and neighbor. As Lur children grew up around Lur Aud Learned to appreciate her love and sacrifice she became an idol in their hearts and now that the last sleep Lias fallen upon with the bereaved husband and father they mourn As Only those can mourn who have lost a loved Aud Loving member of a Happy household. A sympathizing Community shares thu in grief. The four years of illness Abo tided in the keenest suffering. Several times thu deceased was nigh unto death hut rallied Only to grow worse again. During the whole of two weeks preceding death her condition was critical. During the last couple of Days the most of tin time she was Only Semi conscious. For a Brief interval sometime before her death she seemed perfectly rational Ami a Oga ged in conversation with those around her. She soon fell into i state of coma however from which she never emerged. Her end was peaceful and painless. She simply slept away. Thu deceased was a member of St. Paul s m. E. Church. Besides her husband she is survived by three sons and two daughters All of this City William g. Pursel Robert b. Pursel N. Pursel mrs. W. Williams and miss Agues Pursel. Third w Ard grammar school. The pupils of the third Ward grammar school Junior Grade under tie direction of professor Shaw have a Rangil the following program to be rendered this morning at Iff of clock class chorus. A to the evening Start address. Robert Miller president of class first Honor a Honor to working men Leon Dreifuss recitation a the faithful dog Helen Mcclow declamation a a character. Samuel Jacobs piano Solo a the Imperial russian March Robert Miller a say a a Harriet Beecher Stowe. Margaret Lovett recitation a William Tell. Verda Wingert journal Margaret Sidler Reader vocal Solo a the Umpai. Reber Moyer recitation a Little Brown hands Frank Mckinney class chorus a making Hay second Honor recitation a the Laue boys last appeals. Philip Foust piano Solo a forget me not. Verda Wingert select Reading a the last of the Iroquois a. Bessie pit nor recitation4�? my Home a. Mae Mckinney recitation a the last of lift red men. James Foster piano Solo 44 willium Tell a Reber Moyer recitation 4the tale of War. William Coleman chorus a Woodland voices administer matrix notice. Estate a of mrs. Sarah e. Hoffman late of the Borough of Danville county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters testamentary of the above estate have been granted to the undersigned to whom All persons indebted to said estate Are to make payment and those having claims or demands w ill make known the same without delay. Annie ii. Williams administer matrix. The rite of confirmation was administered to a class of Nineteen Hurt. Rev. James h. Darlington. D., Bishop of Harrisburg at Christ episcopal Church tuesday. A Large congregation was present. There was Evensong at 7 30 after which followed confirmation which in turn was followed with a Sermon by the Bishop. Bishop Darlington is a forceful eloquent Aud logical speaker. He took As his text colossians 1 a 18 a the Church his he dwelt upon the uniform methods employed by some of tin churches to bring the people to god which seem to have adults particularly in View the revival services being Sha Jed to accommodate grown up persons. The old Way of the Church he said is to take up the child train it in tie Way it should go so that when it is old it will not depart from it. He invoked the Blessing of god on All methods of evangelization whether adults or children Are sought but he insisted that the regular the easiest Aud the Best method is to take the child Start it right and keep it right. People say the episcopal Church is the easiest Church to join Aud the Bishop asserted that such is the Case. He dwelt upon the simple requirements needed and said that the Church presumes that the child is gods child. Bishop Darlington does not believe in death bed conversions Aud he expressed himself in positive terms. He does not doubt that instantaneous conversions have occurred hut they did not take place on the death bed when physical Aud mental Powers Are waning when the body is racked by pain Ami the intellect is clouded by drugs. In the matter of service lie does not believe in the Mere a meeting House idea where in seeking heaven Only such help can come As men Ami women receive from each other. He commended the churchly idea. The Church is heaven seeking men the one society founded by god. The higher can reach the lower but the lower can not reach the higher. He deplored the tendency of the age to sneer at the Bible to question its divinity. It came Down from heaven As the Church Lias done. The Church stands for a divine Day. Under the pretence of making All Days holy men succeed in making unduly things seem holy. The Church has a divine ministry a ministry which represents god not the people. The Church s idea is not the idea of sacrifice but of sacrament. The idea is not to give up everything that makes life Beautiful. God does not believe in suffering but in Good news. Sacrifice will not Avail no Man can save himself. Christ must be our great sacrifice. Spiritualism. Ltd Winil feet it Oiin him viewed by the w Olti of Sei enee. Spiritualism is the successor of the mediaeval occultism and of the older magic. Today science without accepting its manifestations studies them and in the a troubled Waters almost All the facts upon which the new metaphysics is founded have been fished up. Like magnetism it has drawn the attention of physicians the the Phenomena of induced sleep and Lias Given Many a of tin data for the study of hypnosis and Suggs Stion. The mediums who believe like the ancient Pytho Nesses. That they Are possessed by foreign spirits have served for the study of the a Hauge of personality mud telepathy. And it has shown that the prodigies diabolic and divine recorded in All Early religious were not so fabulous As the critical fancied. At All events science admits that there is a Force Call it psychic As Crookes does be urls with Baretz vital with Bara Duc or the Odie Force of Rel Chebrach a a Force which can be measured and described which leaves its Mark of tin photographic plate which emanates from every living being which acts at a distance which saves or destroys. Plate knew it. Great wizards like Cardan made use of it. The charlatans Elk a Cagliostro blundered upon it. The scientists have the last Magazine. At the so and Ali court. Christmas in Spain begins with the Midnight mass when the King and Queen Mother accompanied by the grandees of the court magnificently attired go in state procession to the Chapel Royal of tie Palace in Madrid. On Christmas morning tin King and court again attend mass la state after which the Day is spent in merrymaking. In the afternoon the adoration of the Manger takes place when a representation of the scene in Bethlehem is unveiled in tin great Hall of the Palace. There is also a Christmas tree from which Alfonso distributes gifts. Throughout the ensuing twelve Days the court is All Beux vol ice and Gayety and every great institution in Madrid shares in the Royal alms giving. The festival closes Jan. 0. Lots of improvements talked about get several started. Gene Ulm of Colton in America. The first planting of Cotton seed in the colonics was in the Carolinas to the year 1 121, w Hen seeds were planted As an Experiment in a Garden. W Winthrop says that in Iff 3 a men fell to the manufacture of Cotton whereof we have great stores from in 173i it was cultivated in the gardens along Chesapeake Bay especially in the Vicinity f Baltimore and at the opening of the revolution it was u Garden Plaut in new Jersey and new York but ils real value seems to have been almost unknown to tin planters until about 17sff. I it i i i to a the occasion. A lady Uteri us her Kitchen our morning saw u knife Fork Aud plate As Well As the remains of a Rabbit pie. Us spam plug that a certain policeman had supped at her expense she questioned the maid. A Juno a she said 44what Lias in come of the cold Rabbit pie a �?o1 gave it to the dog. Mum a replied Jane a does tin dog use a knife and Fork then a demanded the mistress. A not very Well yet mum a said Jane a Juite unabashed a but in a teaching him London Telegraph. Iii Muir Aud repartee. The difference Between repartee and insult depends on whether you or tie other Man makes the remark. Life. Miss Jessie r Kramer and c. Carpenter married yesterday. Miss Jessi it r. Kramer a laughter of or. And mrs. William g. Kramer and Charles c. Carpenter were United in Matrimony yet turd a at High noon at tin Honn of tin or Hley a a its West Mahoning Street. Rev. James e. Hutchison pastor of the Mahoning presbyterian Church performed the ceremony. nuptial knot was tied beneath a i i Dutiful Hovver of a log Wood. The Bride wore a Dainty creation of White Swiss and carried brides Rosen. She was attended by her sister miss Edith Kramer who won a gown of White persian Lawn Aud carried lilies of the Valley Walter Kramer of Salem new Jersey brother of tin Bride acted Las groomsman. The ceremony was of Beautiful simplicity Only tin immediate families of the contracting parties being present. Tin Bride was the recipient of a number of Beautiful presents among them being a magnificent Cut Glass Berry bowl from the sinker club of the y. M. C. A., and a Beautiful locket and Chain from the Groom. Or. And mrs. Car enter left of the 2 11 d. L. Pfc a. Train fora sojourn in tin Pocono mountains from where they will go to Philadelphia and thence to Trenton new Jersey where for the present they will make their Home. Both or. And mrs. Car enter Are Young people Well known Aud very popular in Danville. Or. Carpenter Lias been physical director at the local . C. A. For nearly four years and in that time has assembled about him a Circle of close friends that includes All classes. Mrs. Carpenter is a Danville girl born and bred. She has for some time filled most acceptably the position of assistant librarian at the Thomas Beaver free Library. At the present time she is president of the Junior Christian Ems Avor society of tie Mahoning presbyterian Church. Mrs. M. Carpenter of Fli Reading Mother of the Groom Aud mrs. W. F. Pattison of Philadelphia were present at the wedding. Or. Drumheller takes a Bride former Danville flan weds Fliss Irace Mcanall of Berwick. Or. W. E. Drumheller formerly of Danville but now of Berwick one of the Best known Young men in this Section and a Well known athlete was married yesterday afternoon at Newark n. J., to miss Grace Mcanall of Berwick. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Hunter formerly pastor of the methodist Church at Berwick. The Clergyman was a close Friend of the brides family and As the Young couple were anxious to avoid publicity they decided to go to Newark to have the nuptial knot tied by the former Berwick minister. The Bride is one of Berwick s popular Young lilies while the Groom is a Sou of o. R. Drumheller Well known in Ali is City As the former proprietor of the City hotel. 1i�? is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania aug a has been located at Berwick since Start ing practice. Or. Drumheller is a famous athlete. While in College lie won numerous trophies medals and cups with which the Walls of his office Are now adorned. He was on of the fastest sprinters that Ever wore Pennis colors for a Long time the collegiate championship for 44ff Aud 220 Yards being held by him. He was a member of tie american team which entered the olympic games at Athens some years ago and at that time won most of the events in which he took part. After the marriage yesterday the Young couple will spend some time on a wedding tour to Philadelphia and other Points and on their return will make their Home at Berwick. To night a free trip to 5an Francisco. At this particular time Many would be delighted to visit the ruined City of san Francisco and View with our own eyes the terrible destruction wrought by the earthquake Aud fire of april 18th. When the entire City save a few straggling structures were completely destroyed a if not by the first shocks they were by the fierce flames that followed in the Wake of the first shocks. A trip to tie once Beautiful Golden Gato of the West would be too expensive for Many of us and Many could not spare the time but All of us alike have a desire to see this ruined City. Realizing this great desire of the masses the a a Edison company the originators of All that is Best and original in moving photography at the first alarm instructed their staff of experts then in tie City of san Francisco to make a photographic record of every detail this they did. Starting with the first alarm they took photographs at the rate of sixty every minute Cove ring every part of the City and every phase of the calamity until the entire City Lay in a Smo Derng mass of ruins. These moving pictures Are now being presented together with Pau Orain Auric View of the City before the disaster. Showing All the principal streets Parks palatial Homes sky scrapers and Public buildings forming a Complete photographic history of the City before during Aud after this terrible disaster. Presented in its original form from actual scenes by the Edison exhibition company they will be Given at thu y. M. C. A. Hall for a period of two rights thursday May 24th. Countless imitations will be in the Field. Accept no substitutes. See the originals As presented by the 44edison exhibition company. A sunday night the Rev. Charles h. Bohumer of Allentown discovered two incendiary tires in a double dwelling next door to his residence. With the assistance of his wife who Drew water from a Well lie extinguished both. Sing Early enough of the previous sunday night or. Bohne Rhad preached to tin local for his theme a How to fight the pupils of the City schools Are entitled to the very Best teaching ability the Market supplies

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