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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 1, 1906, Danville, Pennsylvania�1111 111 4 Home paper a for me to a or circulation a it Thi i taper is i teasing re Pido it will pay Vou n m the Quot this country will never nil entirely free until it supplies All 01 its own demands with its own productions in Cristion $1 per year it it a. Vij no 44, Danville. Pa., til us Day nov Emele l in mme. Established in 1855 it in Yoni. .1 in int Jef. \ .n7 Job h the offic o. Being furnished assortment of Job fancy Typ and Job a generally the pubic she announces to the Public that he is prepared at ail times to execute in the neatest manner. Job printing fall kinds and description a. A i Quot to. Ien Vii i k. A. I the a a in Iii Isk a a i i so i Bialiy if might a mus. retain i ii Itu ii print. Festive. Her Dis countenances omission get of Anville on Railroad map. Outer a let dirt will Nso it to Hunt a tons this to Hmidi. A c Uuk a ii Chineng army a a bring h he a a i Pitman fed hex a nifty i a a i of will i a Tactor a umm next far Eastern set to Tallcut. It la Mee Ful or he Fuhr of arms. Kli rom a Lav to the it i lit in St i Rve it m Lio duh a i to a Vine of the it a a Llly la a the a Joes ii it ratty convict Lull. Lou Joii in it t think Stu id veil mail mix in asking t jew to Rve on ins it hit if. Several of that nation have served Englarf �>11 he Canuet it lice. It in my a him it it pts "4 a lation w Ante va<5�-s for iwas Iier adverts tuft Ami 1 to it protested again a a ruling a if a mtr Stafe cd a my re a a commission prohibiting Lucli baiter half a a a oaten fathers of Mouroe a ounts he of of n Jesse James club fun ii i by a and entering their teen their cure was the Ohl fashion whipping and it was effect it Al the ten ship hard Hun Grane fron new York to it Melbourne has Lieen aha Doneit at sea the it arts Riigers and Crew were taken olt in safety. The steamship from some unknown cause caught tin. There Are a Good May free thinkers built no i he voters this year. Dan v Upil works All seasons it Ltd the year his victims to eutaugh. Philip Heil a member of the Pennsylvania legislature from Northampton county die1 it Ltd saturday at has Home in Painter township. He was 54 years i revival so a vines live just Levi concluded at a Salem Baptist Church at Jenkis Onwu York county. It is a Colot a a Quot re gation and during the revival. Youe negro a presented themselves Lff in the pastor for Hap i nun. W in i Fortune gets on the Trail of a Man she usually makes it interesting for him. Min Blanche Tyler of Shat Nokia Wasfy a und unconscious in her bed saturday morning Ami died several hours later the a Rouer is Ein Leavor my to find out whether a Al a a a any mystery surrounding Tbs it a. Defective it sidewalk is. Old he put i Slape 1 r w inter two ministers mix a a a a i Kiawu on the Luzerne county grand jury Mauch chunk hous it sign my pledge not to pay m a re than Nix cents a quart for Miu dealers have Anjou Uco �1 that the Price will lie eight a its after november 1. Mail order houses Are harks that feed us Iii the credulity of the Ope probably the Sii i i hid i Quot its and until the political a Aiti Pugin i Over. Wild ducks Are said to in j 1 t v a i tie Pih a Delaware River. Workmen removing Liuding from the Ohl harm r Hill burying ground near Olno Luile found the bodies of Thomas Whitcomb and a dec Hill completely petrified while the body of their we buried in the same lot was reduced to dust. Prince Henry of reuse who Lias been visiting at the country Home of j y Sullivan at Radnor expire says charmed with America and american Home life. A Pike county Hull gored mrs. Magdalena Berger aged two Yeai. It of its Ltd Wner. To a Leapli. On monday. Her a laughter conquered the beast w Ith a Pitchfork but too late to save her Mother s life news a is Are Tuque a makers for both mar it Haut Ami customer. Or. Georg w. Violet eau. For fifty years Secretary of the Odd Fellows at Norristown was honoured by a Lau jut of monday night and presented with a purse containing$15iu Gold. Some of us will l eave a lug sigh of Relief when the Campaign closes. There is Only one dangerous end of a gun tin end the fool stands at the Deer will so you lie making tracks for the Gui latice of the Hunter. If dome Hunters knew As Ucli As their logs they would get More game. The real Rotner in Law is usually the Best Friend of her daughter s our Han i Bat not so often of her so �?T9 wife. A gilded wooden key made in the manual training school at Norristown was presented to ounts superintendent Landi at the opening of the Montgomery county Institute. The new York Campaign is rivalling the Pennsylvania fight in strenuous Ness. The Peckalo Waist is being reluctantly relegated to the Winter quarters. A single loaf of Hrey Al sold at $2.50 at an auction held by the fire company at Darov after a Sailor Kraut supper. The auction was Imp onion Aud bidding was spirited on the last la it of aunt Peggy Sechler monday Cele a a no Ted her one Hundred Deli birthday. Seated in her comfortable old fashioned rocking chair in the cozy Home Ltd i s. H. Kotlier Bloom r Ial where six Lias had her Home for Mam wars p a of i the aged woman graciously and until singly acknowledged the kind Courrat i lations of group after croup of fronds and relatives that Duritt i tin i Day came am went. No to mix it d a a aunt Peggy receive All Day a a i i a Lay hut even on in tidal sin was the Mark of much Honor and in was sur mumbled with Many re Mimpei that a let last her loitering not Steps hid i Iron i her re it the one Hundredth mile a life a journey. I it was happily arrant Al to observe the Sabbath preceding her one Hundredth birth Day in a Way that would give appropriate expression to the gratitude for Long life and the a Lessing of health which dwelt not Oulu in flip heart a if the beloved and aged woman hut also in the hearts of those around her who love her and care for i r accordingly sunday afternoon the Keystone male quartet to of this City repaired to the Home of or. Koch Raml there Reu Der ii a number of their Best selections not forgetting two that Are Quot aunt Peggy so favourites Iesu. Lover of my soul and a nearer my god. To thee. She understood the sing aug was Able to follow nearly Al of her two favorite humus and dwelt most beautifully on the emotion that the singing aroused within her. A aunt Peggy was in the very Best of spirits Aud not within Many years was her mind any clearer than yesterday. Her memory it is True revels in the events of the Long Long past hut while in ple i aut conversation yester Day she proved to her friends that she was by no Means oblivious of Pas ing events and recalled the incident of last week and last year with astonishing accuracy it was however of the Lou a past that those assembled monday sired most to hear Ami fortunately Ann Peggy a in a reminiscent mood nearly All her sorits related to a i a girlhood nearly or quite ninety years ago. She has a keep sense of Huzior Aud laughed heartily a she related Many us amusing anecdote in which the actors Wen tin it i William Montgomery and other Whoie names ate familiar hut win p present generation love a a at the same tin. A a thoroughly appreciate i of the p it for while to of a Linn ired Yea a if pie Lor Rejo dug yet i is limit that carries the a w to sin \ i ves i Uto the death Ami eternity. V the omission of Danville on the d. L. A was Railroad map dwelt upon in columns on saturday has been in us qualified terms by the president by. H. Truesdale. J. 11 Tosser a residue to the to Al Board of Trade on monday addressed or. True duh a letter enclosing the clip Ping from the morning news. The received in reply exp Lins itself and Hows that tin writer takes much the ame View of the omission a tin news article or Trues-<1 lies letter follows october 30th. I shh. Or. Of in h. A Oeser president Board of Trade Danville a. Dear sir �?1 beg to ack Milledge receipt of it ours of the 23th, with eur closed newspaper clipping calling my Atte Tiou to the fact that on tin map of tie i. L. A Vav. Railroad published in tin commercial and financial chronicle the name of Danville is not shown. The fact that this is the Tase was a Surprise to me As 1 am sure it i it to the other officials of our company. 1 can Only assure you furthermore that it is not intentional and that we will at once arrange to it have our map As publish in the above named publication corrected and the name of Danville placed thereon so that it will appear in the next Issue of the chronicle in which this map is printed. 1 sincere la Hope that neither you nonself for any other citizen of Danville really believes for a moment that the policy of the inane cent of this gout Paul is so narrow and shortsighted As to have attempted to Ltd injure you or your town and is business interests by deliberately Ami w wilfully omitting the name of so important a business and shipping Point a Danville from the map just because we happen to have differed from the views of your Peop a on other matters. It there is any sult h impression abroad among your p Ople 1 shall esteem it a favor if you will do what you can to Correct it. I a in arc Luthc Liuio in to Ute in Fet. Of fair Plav you will he very glad to do this for us. Thanking you for calling the matter to my attention i beg to it remain. Yours very truly by. H. Truesdale president. A pie of the % i seen. I peggy1 i solemnity f Tain int a lie cause a extreme r woman be Shadow of a a. A a aunt Peggy realized or a she t lived the allotted years of Lite and a inlay she repeated the same Beautiful i Nti ment that was recorded of her on Lier last birthday that Lier work it Earth is done Aud that she is now or waiting for the Suni Mour that w t it shall please god in his Wisdom a a a ill her lie Nee she is ready. There is no telling How Many years yet remain tor the aged to m. She is Only slightly More feeble than on her lust birthday. Her hearing it is True is defective but her eyesight and her general health is Good. Retaining As she does All her mental faculties and surrounded As she is by kind and Loving friends the still finds much enjoyment in every Day life. Probably Over a Hundred people called to visit a aunt Peggy monday. Not a few came from a considerable distance while still others from Philadelphia Reading and Altoona it it letters and telegrams conveying congratulations. She received a Large number of presents. A most Beautiful tribute came from tin ladies Aid society of Shiloh reformed Church in the form of out Hundred roses out for each year of her life which were conveyed to a aunt Peggy by the Rev. Joseph e. Guy and his wife among those who assembled to do the aged woman Honor was mrs. Fetter of Philadelphia and mis. By. P. Roberts of such urn nieces Thomas sauders of the City a Nephew mrs. A. J. Thrash and miss Lizzie Cunius of Hazleton grand nieces John Cunius of drum . Peter risen a of White Hall and or. And mrs. Harry Keefer of Berwick were also present. Every Loyal pennsylvanian should vote for Edwin s. Stuart and the whole Republican ticket on tuesday next fur lieutenant governor Roberts. Murphy. Feast of All a saints today holy Day i Borough out the Catholic world. Today i the feast it Ltd All saints a holy Day throughout the Catholic world the chief object of the Day is f thank god for the favors bestowed upon the elect the Sanctification Glorisi a Tiou and Alv Tiou of immortal songs. The Church on this Day Quot Calls to mind the Beautiful Virtues the saints put in to practice while living on Earth their great purity of heart love for god and Zeal for others welfare. Holy mass will be celebrated at 5 30 and 8 a. In. The services include the Benediction of the holy sacrament. One killed another injured Eye knocked out and face disfigured As Cousin is killed. Two cousins meeting with sad accidents at in same time but about a mile apart is the strange coincidence of tuesday afternoon. At just about the same hour two of clock when Frank Miller of foun Dryville was crushed so badly that his death resulted a few hours later at the Hospital his Cousin Charles Miller Sou of John Miller who lives near Berwick was a truck in the face by the Belt of a steam Thresher on Bis father s farm and one Eye knocked out and ii is face badly injured and disfigured. He was picked up in cons i a ions Bis face badly disfigured and one i Eye knocked completely from his Bead. 1 he is aged years. Notion for new trial denied and Peter Dietrich sentenced Pris Oner revealed no weakness and look sentence philosophically. And delightful of Mike Zubah attended Hal a witnesses were examined Iii to celebrate lower in Celebration at j and Justice ogles i i allowed in. It. Carmel. Judge 1. I Evans yesterday handed Down an opinion denying a motion fora new trial. Ii the Case of join Iknou wealth is Peter Dietrich which w As argued in court Hen last week. On the same occasion Peter Dietrich was sentenced to undergo imprisonment at separate and solitary confinement at hard labor in the Eastern Penitentiary for a period of fourteen years court convened at 10 of clock w it his Honor Evans and associates Blee and Wagner on the Bench. The court at once proceeded to a Lis pose of the reasons assigned for a new trial which were briefly As follows 1 that the court erred in charging the jury that the Burden is on the defendant to show that lie was so deeply intoxicated w Ith liquor As to be i Cap Able of forming in Bis mind a design deliberately and premeditated Day to fire the fatal shot. If you should reach the conclusion from All the evidence that he was not so intoxicated then his intoxication should go for naught. 2. The court erred in impressing upon the jury that the defendant bad set up the defense of intoxication As a defense Aud that the Burden was upon him to show it Aud so misled the jury from the True ground of defense. 3. The court erred in emphasizing the Commonwealth s Case Aud minimizing the defense. 4 the court erred in not calling attention to the weight of the testimony showing that the killing was accidental and the weakness it and unreliability of the testimony of or. Paules going to show that the killing was intentional and premeditated. 5 in lit court erred in charging that the Burden is us on the defendant to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the killing of Iones was purely accidental. Ltd. The court misled the jury in this that the Dot Fem laut had assumed the Burden of showing a defense grounded on intoxication Aud in not pointing out to the jury the difference in tie defuse of accidental killing. Judge Evans reviewed in detail the entire charge with which our readers Are already Fain i Lar. He took it up Ionut by Point citing authorities to show that lie clearly stated the Law. He emphasized tie fact that the defendant offered 110 evidence in the cause. His counsel endeavoured to show by Cross examination of the commonwealths witnesses that the defendant was drunk of the Border of delirium Kremens at the time of the shooting and that the shooting was the of an Accident. The Commonwealth bad offered evidence to show that the defendant bad shot and killed Jones the deceased. The opinion of judge Evans was that the court could not have been More specific or definite in explaining the nature and character of the defendant s defense to the jury. Upon the question of accidental kill aug the court cited Wharton on criminal Law to show that the Burden of proof is six jul the defendant. In conclusion judge Evans stated a the question of lie a a guilt was a question d fact Umlor the evidence Aud we believe Ilia we properly left the same to the jury. There was no occasion for our iving that tin a testimony of or. Paules was weak and j unreliable. A the charge of the jury must be a considered As i whole. Nye believe a that we fairly fully and adequately charged the jury in ibis ease and that i the prisoner Lias no just cause for oui a plaint. A Nye. Are of the opinion that the in a Ferest of Public Justice require that a j new trial should be refused. The Nio i to Uii is accordingly denied and the Rule for an arrest of judgment and a a new trial is discharged. By the court Charles i p. On motion of Nyi Lliam Utise invest of counsel for defuse an exception was noted and Bill sealed for the defendant. When judge Evans had concluded District attorney o. 1\ Gearhart moved that sentence be pronounced on the defendant. While the judge was Reu Deruig ins opinion Peter Dietrich set by the Side of the sheriff on flu same spot he occupied during the two trials he was looking quite Well physically. His face bore a serious an anxious look but be betrayed no weakness whatever Aud seemed to have steeled himself for whatever might come. At the request of the court he moved in front of the bar with unfaltering step. In reply to a question from judge Evans Dietrich stated that he was 41 years of age. Upon being asked whet i or he had anything to say Why sent once should not he passed upon him he replied that he had not beyond the fact that he was not guilty. The court reviewed the trial Aud explained that the extreme penalty for murder in the second degree was Twenty years. The judge said How Ever that he would not impose the full penalty hut would heed the recon me Dat Ion of the jury for mercy. Passing from the extreme penalty of Twenty years the penalty for the next lower degree voluntary manslaughter the court explained was twelve years. It would not do therefore to fall As Low As this As such a sentence would be virtually changing the verdict of the jury. At this Point it became evident that the sentence would not be a Light one. The sentence of the court was that Peter Dietrich pay the costs of pros mention and undergo an imprisonment in the Eastern Penitentiary at Philadelphia at separate Ami solitary confinement at hard labor for a period of fourteen years and to stand committed until the sentence of the court is complied with the sheriff of Montour county to conduct the prisoner hence in fifteen Days. At no time was there any reason to believe that the sentence in Dietrich Scase would be unduly Light few thought that the penalty would reach fourteen years. Peter Dietrich shared the Surprise with others but lie took the sentence very philosophically. Us Der the commutation act the time will be materially reduced. One of the largest and most delightful dunces Ever Given ii Thi City took place at the armory last evening w Hen a number of the Young people of Danville and their friends from nearby towns gave fitting Celebration to halloween with a masquerade Ball. Beautiful and appropriate Decora i i is had been arranged tor the occasion. The members a if the committee arranging the Large Qun utities of Corn buses Aud pumpkins and the Bunting and Flag it to such admirable advantage they succeeded in hiding from new nearly All of the numerous Interior defects of the dilapidated old building. The decking of the armory were far out done however he me adore its of the participants the costumes lending not. A Little to the enjoyment of the occasion. Beauty originality Ami variety marked the creations that now struck with Awe and again convulsed with mirth. The Burly policeman the sedate nurse the i Low ii the cow Hoy the devout Dominie the Graceful dancing girl the Oriental maid and All the rest forgot their troubles Aud gave themselves Over to the full enjoyment of the evening. The unmasking occurred during tie tenth dance Aud May delightful surprises a used when the identity of the masquerades was discovered. Excellent music was furnished by Comstock s orchestra of Sunbury. During intermission refreshments were served in the armory. The committee which arranged the affair was composed of Robert m. Jacobs Charles a. Hartt and Thomas a. Foltz. Those from a distance who attended the dance were miss Jean Andres. Miss Claire Gross miss Gertrude Gross miss May Gross Gerald Gros Armstrong Louis Moyer Albert fall Ida Herbert Leurie and Jay Uri uie of Bloomsburg Vav. H. Wertz of Lewistown miss Sara Fasold Irris Fasold and Hugh Bennett of Sunbury Bud Schuman Ralph Russell of Northumberland Charles Bausnick and liar Les Evans of Berwick Robert Milton George Maiers or. My John i Burner of Sha Mokin Baldy Smith of Williamsport. A deliberate murder was committed in it. Carmel tuesday evening and the murderer is now held without bail in the Northumberland county prison. It is a tale of derided love and passionate actors in the trag Edy Are slavs miners in the Coal districts about it. Carmel. Adam Barder who resides on West second Street it. Carmel decided to i hold a Celebration in Honor of the Advent of halloween and to the Jovial feast he invited several of his friends. Among those present was Mike Zubah i rom mid Valley near Centralia who journeyed from afar both to partake of Adams hospitality and to judge for himself Ltd of the Beauty of Adams Daugh ter famous throughout the slavish settlement for perfection in form Aud features. Mike partook of Adams Beer Aud in a moment of Confidence disclosed Bis love for Adams daughter it was love at first sight and Mike asked her band in marriage. Adam re a plied that he could have her if she would have him. Mike announced his in Teuton of wooing the fair slavish Maiden and left for Home. The impertinence of Zubah dawned upon Barder and the rest of the crowd almost before the Young Man bad left the House. With one Accord they rushed to the door and hurled Large sized rocks with hoots of derision at the retreating figure. Zubah turned and draw ing his revolver fired at the crowd the first and Only shot a penetrating banter a heart. The noise of the affray quickly spread Aud an officer soon appeared raking Zubah in custody. The murderer was taken before Justice Reed and was committed to the Northumberland prison without bail. He was taken to Sunbury on the 5 30 train yesterday morning Aud now lies in jail. A speedy trial will to Given him. It is said that Zubah is not at All averse to talking Aud is perfectly Frank in Bis discussion of the murder. A Rumor from the jail Lias it that lie is not a afraid of boing banged. They never bang people in Northumberland county anyhow. A supreme court will be invoked motion for new trial in Case of Peter Dietrich will be appealed. Hon. Fred Ikeler of counsel for the defuse in the Case of Commonwealth is. Peter Dietrich stated in Halo oils Burg last evening that the motion for a new trial denied by judge Evans yesterday will be appealed. Pending the decision from the supreme court Peter Dietrich of course will remain in the Montour county jail. Lii is a a complication not generally looked for although a few whispers to that effect were Lieari i in court Here pcs Gerdav. Installing new lights for governor Edwin s Stuart. Still seeing those bears president Roosevelt looks to to sustain his administration by supporting the Republican party you can help bring this about by voting for Stuart and the entire Republican ticket. Arc lights displace incandescent which Are to be used in suburbs. Borough electrician Smith is now Busy installing tin four new electric lights which were authorized by Council at its meeting 011 october 5th. An arc Light has been placed at ferry Aud Spruce streets Aud the in causes Cut doing service at that Point up to the present has been removed to letters Alley on West Mahoning Street where it fills a Longfelt want. An arc Light also has been placed on Railroad Street at the canal Bridge Aud the incandescent Light at that spot will be removed to p. .1. Keefer a residence Wall Street. The wires Are already stretched to that Point but the inclement weather yesterday made it necessary to suspend work otherwise by last night the incandescent Light would have been installed. Bruin again sighted at Manville by Pennsy operator. They Are still seeing them the Mainville Bear again this time it is Edward Breis Cli night operator at the Pennsylvania Star Ion at Mainville who Ruus across Bruin. Breis Cli says that tuesday night about 11 of clock he went out of the station to bring some packs in off the platform and Only a Short distance away he saw a Large shaggy animal approaching along the Road which crosses the Bridge near the station and Breis Cli went far enough to make sure it was a hear. He had no gun and could not 1� ave the station but saw the Bear Cut across bold Yetter a farm and disappear in the darkness. This is the same spot Ltd which Bear tracks were found recently new Railroad gets 2 monster engines Ilia Syliama sweep Keystone state and land arvanites in office. Hearst carries new York state democrats will control the lower House of Congress. Roosevelt administration repudiated la Citadel of republicanism a business men alarmed Over this National calamity. By Lave judgment. Tuesday was the Date set for the hearing before Justice of the peace Oglesby in con Keetion with tin unions issued to the la l. Amp w. I Road company on wednesday the a ii iust., As the result of a violation of the Borough ordinance by that Coin i it any As it r Tes to Speed of railway trains Ilie Railroad company How Ever failed to a Healing was held and judgment was Ren dered. The time set for lie hearing was Between the hour of 10 Aud 10 31 a. M As soon As it became evident that no one representing tie Railroad company would be on band Justice Oglesby decided to go of with the bearing within the time limit chief of police Minc Etnoyer and officer John g. Voris who timed the train and us whose testimony the summons was issued were sworn Aud examined As witnesses. The chief of Polico testified that on october 3 the 10 10 d. A. Amp w. Train ran Ali rough the Borough at the rate of 17 Miles per hour on october 4th, at the rate of 22 Miles per hour Aud on october 24th,at the rate of 37 1-s Miles per hour. Officer Voris was next sworn and his testimony agreed precisely with that of the chief of police. On tie Streu Tii of the above testimony the Justice gave judgment in sixty dollars embracing the three occasions of which tie ordinance was violated. About 11 15 of clock p. R. Reese esq., of Scranton and Hon. H. 11. Hinckley of this City both attorneys for the d. L. Amp w. Railroad company appeared at Justice Oglesby a office. They merely requested of the Justice that a copy of the ordinance As it relates to Speed of railway trains he incorporated in the record. They gave no reason for their non appear Aue at the hearing. Whether the company has found some flaw in the service or in some other Way Hopes to Benefit itself by refusing to appear of course is unknown. If the ease is posted it is not improbable that the Railroad company will make a test Case of the matter endeavouring to show that the Borough ordinance is unreasonable and burdensome in its provisions relating to Speed of railway trains. Meanwhile according to information furnished by the police the d. L. Amp w. Railway trains have not diminished their Speed one Whit while passing through the Borough. A Cross in the Republican that Sall Square for sheriff Williams. Vote for 1. C. For representative for Ralph Kissier. Vote Day next Day to vex v 1 h for Congress vote for e. W. Samuel. I it a Pittsburg Binghamton and Eastern holding them at Towanda. Towanda. Oct. 31. Of the switch below Washington Street near the electric Light Plant Are two new six Driver passenger engines nos. 21 and 22. Consigned to Tiiu Pittsburg Binghamton Anil East Ern Railroad. The engines Are of the latest Type of High Speed passenger engines and capable of doing heavy work both engines Are of the same pattern and make having six live foot Drivers a water tank holding 7,000 Gallons a single door tin Box and weighing Over 100 tons. They have a height of 14 feet,5 inches Over All and a Width of a a feet 10 inches it height and Are fitted with the latest new York Brake valve. Of each of the. Tanks Are the letters �?op., r. Amp k a done in White. How would you. Loyal pennsylvanian like to read these startling headlines in your morning newspaper next wednesday the Day after the election does it occur to you that by voting the full Republican ticket and getting your neighbors to do likewise. You can Aid in blocking the game of the democrats and their allies As a a Uncle Joe Cannon. Speaker of the National House of Keprek Nativ s. Eli in Philadelphia a a Days. Wiring republicans the danger if is up to you King for dec it met by does up. The King Bridge company of Cleveland Ohio which had been awarded the contract for the Mifflinville Bridge has gone into the hands of a receiver. In this failure Colombia county is just at present vitally interested for to it a Bridge company now Lias at its Plant Parr of the structural work of the Mifflinville Bridge. The Colombia county commissioners have had their solicitor write the Rei Reiver of the company that under no circumstances is lie to dispose of the i structural work of the Mifflinville j Bridge which is now in the hands of. T lie company. There is a big possibility that the failure of the Bridge company May jeopardize the chances of Columbia county in securing an Early construction of the Mifflinville Bridge which a looked for in View of the fact that the Only impediment in the Way of its construction by the state the payment by the Pennsylvania Railroad of $15,0c0 towards the Cost of the Bridge a has been cleared away. It is possible though that the work May he carried of by the receiver of the King Bridge company. The same company was also the contractor for the Danville Aud East Bloomsburg Bridges. Delightful affair in the armory. The knights of the Golden Eagle held an entertainment in the armory saturday night for the members and their families which proved a thoroughly delightful affair enjoyed he a Largo number of people. An enter raining program was rendered Aud during an intermission refreshments were served the orchestra meanwhile discoursing Choice music. The sir knights and their families returned to their Homes about 10 o clock Well satisfied with the evenings entertainment. Following is the program opening ode. By the Castle. Opening prayer Charles Wagner a p. Overture orchestra. 15 minute address Rev. L. Dow Ott. Selection recitation song. Recitation selection song. Selection recitation song. Piano Solo selection. Recitation closing selection mandolin club. Miss Hodge f. M. Herrington. W. J. Rogers mandolin club. Mrs. Harry sober orchestra. Miss Kehl. Wesley Hoilo Haugli. Miss Richards. Mandolin club. Miss Kehl. Orchestra music was furnished by the Mclain orchestra. It was Well rendered and highly appreciated. Every number on the program was applauded. For associate judge vote for Charles a. Wagner. For president judge vote for Hon. C. C. Evans. Are you then vote j ticket. For Roosevelt the Republican Large rubber hat procured. A Large rubber mat has been procured Aud Laid Down in front of the Swift i Hoard at the Borough Light Plant in order to insure safety to the engineers Aud others who have occasion to manipulate the switch Board. It is some eight feet by three Aud is nearly half an Inch thick. Besides protecting the employees everything possible is being done to insure safety to sight seers who drop into the Plant during evenings to inspect the High Speed machinery. A neat wooden guard has now been constructed by electrician Smith which encloses the rear of the switch Board and the regulators w Rich occupy a position on the floor nearby. Previously while exposed a heedless and inexperienced it Persou might have been tempted to place his hand on any of these harm less looking parts and thereby receive a show pc which in All probability would have caused death. For jury commissioner vote for Henry Kern

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