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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Danville, Pennsylvania Home paper a for tie Home he circulation this paper is increasing rapidly it will a you advertise in die american. Subscription $1 per year la Ini. 11 Jennino. a j. Nah it i ii ii m a v i y l Quot i v m to 11\ y a Intuit. I Quot. I a fun Quot this country will. Never Bli entirely free until it supplies All its own demand with its own Danville. Pa., thursday novembers. 1900. A . 52-no 45, established in 1855 a it it my l m., a s Vii a. A i eat a he stomach and Inte Hilnet specially in in in a a sew1. The occupation is gone. Well they All could t be elected. It was a harrowing time for the candidate aet night. I is Auto suced at Baltimore that owing to to e paucity the Peanut crop the Price w ill in almost double that last year july a few weeks ago peanuts were said to be plenty. A petition seven Miles in length and containing Over 600,000 sing Antrea is to he presented to the British parliament next session asking that a Bill be passed prohibiting the vivisection dogs the Boston Ami Albany Railroad november 1 reduced passenger fares to h rat two cent rate in accordance with the anon Cement posted october 1 the two cent rate was made effective also the Midland divisions the new Haven Road. The dead letter office has turned Over to the division flu auce the poet office department the uni #1, 366. 13, which constituted the dead letter fund for october Money found in letters for which no owner could he fou Iii. Four the five Cotton Oil companies recently sued by attorney general dodgers for alleged violation the Arkansas anti Trust Law effected a Compromise with the state by paying $1.�50 in each Case uan you imagine anything meaner than the Man who growls All the time while Hia wife does the House Cleau ing. November usually brings some pleas ant weather in her train within 46 hours 3 persons were run Down by trams at Scott Haven. Merchants Are preparing for the Holiday season. Miss Fannie e. Printz who for forty years had been a teacher in the pull lie schools Philadelphia dropped dead in the Hall Way the girls Normal school As she was going to a teachers meeting she had taught the a ame school during the whole term service. Four Courell Olville boys w to used Whitewash in their squirt guns were arrested and severely lecturer but let g i a to the payment Cost and the pro e a it cleaning the Whitewash off the houses they had marred a the Stewart construction company which is erecting thirteen Mills at Credeu Thiol. Neat Nazareth has voluntarily increased tin wages the american labourers from 164 cents to 20 cent an hour factory inspector Joseph Quinn publicly commends the people York for the very Little trouble they occasion his department. He says factory owners and others there Are observing the Laws and that there an no reports violations the child labor Law. George Calder a Mckeesport lawyer. Has sued the Pittsburg railway a a a Sipany for $50,000 damages account a cold contracted by ruling in cars not properly heated. James f Clark private in the United states army and thought to have been killed in the Spanish american Wax. Has returned to his Home at slip a Okin. Patrick Scully who had it is foot caught in a switch Frog it Mckee port deliberately broke his leg to save hut life from being crushed out by an approaching train. He is now in a Hospital Annil one leg now the Farmer can make War tie san Jose scale. Albert Baker Reading had a fierce Battle with a Mam Moth Hawk that he had wounded Ami during the encounter that continued for fifteen minutes before he killed it. Lie was badly claw a in the face shoulder and bands More than 400 men were Given a Sun Day breakfast and attended the religious service to sunday breakfast association at Philadelphia in the evening the crowd numbered 650, Ami an overflow meeting was held after All were fed the farm Samuel her be in. Near Fleet Wood then is a barn built 107 years ago. A Diioli Lias never been painted. And the boards held in Pon Ion by Laud made wrought Iron nails Are so hard that it is almost impossible to rut them with a a. The old Iron mines in Warwick Chester county from which a it was ukr a for the Iron that went into the Cannon made at the old time forges for the revolutionary army will he reopened by a new York synd Caf a potato closely resembling a napping Turtle was picket up c. A. Troutman farm at Schaffer town. Another resembling a Baboon was grown by in a Taylor East Mckeesport k with the ailing a if the transport Logan from san i november 5 the government established a regular St Vic. On the fifth each Umi Iii to the Philippines. The subject amending the Market Only sauce As it relates to butchers continued from the previous meeting was discussed at some length Friday eve. By Council but no action was taken although the subject is by no Means dropped. Henry Divel Charles Lyon Joseph Smith and John Eisenhart. Leading butchers the town were present Ami expressed themselves in no Uncertain Terras. They All took lie View that the non resident butchers have a denied advantage Over resident hoteliers that the Curbstone Market which was originally intended to be a a Farmers Market is now largely a watchers a and hucksters Market. In order to secure Justice to All the consensus opinion seemed to be that the nonresident butchers All whom it was alleged Purchase the meat they sell should he obliged to take out a License if this could be done. Another plan suggested was that the ordinance he amended to limit the Curbstone Market to self producers motion it was decided to hold a Public meeting in Council room at 7 3b clock wednesday evening at which time the butchers and merchants town should be invited Tobe present to Confer with the committees Market and ordinance relative to Amo Diug Tho Diuante As it relates to butchers and hucksters to meet Tom popular demand a communication was received front j. E. Turk division superintendent the p. It Railway relative to a request from the Borough to carry the Church a Fri it sewer through under the track at Bloom Street. He requested that Council fix a a late for a conference Between himself and the committee streets and Bridges. On motion . Bedea wednesday next at 10 30 a. In. Was fixed for the conference. A communication relating to Tho sewer was received also from division Engineer 4. J. Ray the l. It pc w. Railroad company. The communication indicated that the L. Amp a. Company would readily Grant the Borough a Ermis Ion to carry the Church Street sewer under its tracks. It however took the position that the L. Amp w. Company con id not reasonably by ii a a .1 to hear Fern a spouse the work As the Borough is merely changing its water course from Oue already provided for by the I. Amp w. At the ferry Street crossing motion it was decided that no action be taken Engineer Kay s communication until after the conference with a representative the p. A amp Railway company. Borough electrician Newton Smith presented a statement the expenses operating the Light Plant during tin items were 7 a tons Coal at $2.50 per Tou $1s7.50. The total amount was $418 91. Mrs. Levers appeared before Council urging that some a Tion he taken to prevent the flooding the cellar her residence at the Corner Church and cd eur tree t in motion it was ordered Flint the matter be left in the hands the committee streets and Bridges which will make investigation at tit earliest Opportunity. Of motion . Jacobs it was ordered that Uil property owners Church Street having cellar drains running into the Stree gutters be requested to connect with the sanitary sewer. The following members were present Gibson Sweisfort Boyer Dietz Bedea Angle Russell Jacobs Fin Wigan and Eisenhart. Cd i Zens meeting Helo last night some Twenty five citizens assembled in the Council chamber last night in response to the invitation extended by Council to meet with the committees Market and ordinance for Tom in Puse discussing a change in the Market regulations. The attendance was not what was anticipated but an extended inter change thought took place relating to the matter in hand. It was the consensus opinion that Many bases have crept into tie Curbstone Market and those present seemed divided As to whether the Market ordinance should be amended the Market abolished altogether. The committees will report what Seii timeout was discovered Hack Tocoua cil but it is doubtful if any action will be taken until a larger meeting shall be held. The following citizens were present at the meeting Charles Lyon John Eisenhart Lewis Dietz Henry Divel John Doster t. W Wintersteen Edward f Bell Joseph by erring Isaac Gross Howard Moore Vav. Miller also the following Council Meir members the committees Market and ordinance George Jacobs Jacob Boyer. James i Ubigau. Jacob Dietz and a. C. Angle. Burgess w. J Rogers was also present. 5t. Hubert a fair. St. Hubert s fair continues to be Well attended a line lot religious articles such As prayer books rosaries etc., Are tor Sale. The contest for Gobi watches and dinner bet will close saturday evening. Everybody is invited to attend the fair and a Good time is assured All who come. The american is in receipt the following statement showing the status Man turn county with rela Tiou to the Sproul Good roads Law sent by the state Highway commissioner. Joseph w. Hunter the following districts in Montour county have tile a applications for state Aid in improving 49,663 Lineal feet roads under the Sproul Good roads Law 1903. Which Vui later superseded by the a to Assembly approved May 1st, 1905. Valley. 3,689 feet Mahoning. 4,548 feet Valley 500 feet Danville 2,036 feet Liberty 6.160 feet Valier 10,560 feet Limestone 6,600 feet Limestone 5,380 Derry 10,189 feet total 49 663 feet nearly nine and one half Miles roads. All the above districts Are townships with the exception Danville which is a Borough. The county Coop rated with All the townships in applying for state Aid agreeing to an equal share the costs constructing the roads with each District. In making application Danville Borough agreed to one fourth the Cost thus relieving the county any expense in connection with the construction their roads. The following Road was constructed by the Maryland company Philadelphia. Pa., under the act april 15th, 1903, the state paying two thirds the Cost 4,550 feet Road 18 feet wide in Mahoning township extending from the Northern line Danville Borough the Road to Mausdale to the line Between Mahoning and Val Ley townships. Total Cost construe Tion $8,279.07, the states share being $5,519.39. The following Road was constructed by Fiss amp Hartman Shan Okiu Diu pa., under the act May 1st, 1905. The state paying three fourths the Cost 3,686 Lineal feet Road 18 feet Valley township extending from the line Between Valley and Mahoning township to Mausdale. Total Cost construction $5,044.64, the states share being $3,783.48. Plans estimates and specifications have been prepared and the state Highway department is ready to advertise for bids the following roads As a a a a i a it the Borough authorities notify them that they Are satisfied with the estimate Aud Are willing to proceed with the work 1,200 Lineal feet Brick paving 20 feet wide and 8j3 Lineal feet Macadam 16 feet wide in Danville Bor Ough extending from the intersection Centre and Mill streets along Mill Street in a northerly direction to the Mahoning township line. The amount Money available for Road building purposes in Montour county until june 1st, 1907, is $13, 826.97. The 1907 and 1908 apportionment amounting to about $5,155.81, becomes available the first next june making a total about $18,982.78 for use until june 1st, 1908, at which time the 1908 and a 1909 apportionment amounting to about $5,155.81 Falls due. Making a Grant total about $24,138.59 available until june 1st, 1909. At an average Cost $8,000 per mile it will require an expenditure about $76,000 to construct the nine and one half Miles loads covered by the above applications the state share which will be about $57,000,whereas Montour county a entire apportion ment to june 1st, 1909, amounts to but $24,138.59. This leaves a deficiency about $32,861.41, and unless the next legislature makes a substantial Good roads appropriation it will be impossible for the state Highway department to construct All the roads for which state Aid has been applied not taking into inside ratio the applications which May be made by the various districts in Montour county during 1907, 1908 and 1909. Job printing the optic the american being furnished with a Large assortment Job letter and fancy Typo and Job material Genera by the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner. Job printing fall kinds and description governor Edwin stir Ait like a Penan 1�?T Gover nor Roberts. Murphy. The vote in Montour county. O it 2 q 5 a it h m w �?�4 a Rte x in 3. Is governor. Start. A. Emery. A. 167 279 135 161 166 271 119 is 23 40 37 159 26 119 29 132 26 95 90 126 13 18 102 26 56 is 918 1779 lieutenant Ltd Over wok. Murphy a. Black. 164 235 126 132 165 240 118 165 26 31 36 150 112 30 120 27 91 83 110 i 50 81 14 13 36 �91 1577 auditor general Young. A. Creasy. A. I 167 241 136 140 is 1 124 141 20 36 amp 22 113 29 125 90 83 174 13 18 46 88 15 44 3 924 1631 Sec y. Internal affairs. Houck. Green. A. A. 175 211 136 122 170 i 229 119�?o 142 25 36 38 147 21 105 32 118 30 85 86 101 13 17 50 79 15 43 15 34 925 1472 Congress. Samuel a. Mchenry a. 221 157 151 217 27 174 139 37 s 39 114 41 125 33 89 103 112 19 16 74 82 17 50 24 31 1213 1541 state senator Day. Cochran. A. Johnson. V. 155 21b 46 121 149 19 289 15 113 171 13 it 161 6 27 101 16 32 118 30 86 85 107 h 13 19 1 48 92 i 16 41 6 15 35 4 834 1608 187 representative. I hiker a. Ain Merriau. A. 217 233 140 162 179 253 j 133 176 28 37 136 41 104 39 119 35 81 98 122 16 14 is 22 44 18 36 1074 1616 president judge. Evans a. Herring a. Harman. M. K 210 149 187 83 46 i 151 236 58 157 121 32 23 40 20 43 73 82 29 44 50 43 65 42 85 45 101 63 18 s 10 5 40 22 24 27 15 20 21 1149 972 655 associate judge. W Ger. A. Wolliver a. 266 Ini 199 10b 169 270 169 146 25 38 45 160 42 111 107 53 68 127 90 14 21 3 28 41 29 07 1299 1445 sheriff. Williams. A. Shultz. A. 86 259 no 297 111 197 110 29 30 42 lo3 45 101 43 116 36 .81 147 69 15 22 80 84 14 61 23 29 1597 1138 Register and recorder. Sidler. In. Ana 199 314 171 42 189 126 131 99 149 24 106 54 41 1933 jury commissioner Kearns. Auteur. 206 132 187 128 is 159 147 28 35 40 151 31 121 37 121. 8� 99 ,07 13 23 60 84 19 42 19 85 1168 1453 not w within Many years has an election occurred in which such absorbing interest entered in practically All the offices to to filled and during the jump ainu which such hard fought Battles were waged Aud so much hard Wora was done by the candidates personally. Naturally the interest sufficed to bring out a Large vote. The weather condition too were positively Ideal and not Only in to Borough. But also in tie Rural precincts the voters turned out eur Masse and very nearly a full vote was polled. In the Borough a number wage earners owing to Tho shut Down at the Reading Iron works Are temporarily employed out town and allowance has to be made for the absence Many these who did not come Home to vote. Voting was slow during the Day hut at most the polling places the Rush came Between five and seven clock. It would be hard to recall a time when party lines were More generally disregarded. It was to secret during the Day that Independent voting was the Rule Aud even the knowing ones were at sea As to what the result might he. Candidates Aud workers alike Weie dubious Aud they could not conceal their doubt. That the general uncertainty was justified is apparent in the unexpected pluralities that show up in the results. South Danville Loren representation is democrats gain five incomplete figures from the thirty Pennsylvania two congressional District be Ursyl Harry Fox badly injured loses Ewe Republican congressmen a Success United mine workers in politics. Harry Fox Welsh Hill met with a serious injury while working in Bloomsburg yesterday. He is employed in the car shops at that place Ami was assisting in tearing Down old cars. As one a if these was being demolished the truck when released ran Down upon him. Or. Fox fell Aud the wheels ran Over his left foot. He was too much injured to walk and was placed a a not Aud carried to the office a local physician where it was found Flint the ankle was dislocated and the Bone the foot was split. The dislocation was reduced Aud foot bandaged after which the Man was placed the tool j Ley car. Due Here at 12 30 clock and. In company with his brother in Law John brought to this City where he was taken to the Resi Dence his brother John Fox a Berry Street whence later he was removed to his Home Welsh Hill. The injured Man is the son William Fox Cherry Street and is an industrious hard working Mau with a family six children. He has been especially unfortunate late. Last Winter lie passed through a siege typhoid fever Aud had just recovered sufficiently to go to work when the shut Down occurred it the Reading Lri a a works when he was employed Hazleton factory owners Are Iron 11 eel because so Many their employ is quit work to attend the matinees. Philadelphia nov. 7. The Reform movement in Philadelphia Aud throughout Pennsylvania received a serve blow in tuesdays election. The latest figures show that everywhere in the City and the state tin fusion party opposed to the regular Republican was either badly Defeated had its last years vote greatly reduced Edwin pc. Stuart this City the Republican candidate for governor against Lewis Emery jr., the fusion nominee ran very Strong everywhere and his plurality May reach 75,000. Last year the fusion its carried the state for state treasurer by a plurality 88,000. In Philadelphia Stuart ran ahead his ticket Aud carried Tho City by a plurality 32,328. The Complete figures for governor in this City Are Start 123,493 Emery 91,165. Allegheny county which includes Pittsburg gave Stuart an estimated plurality 28,000. Robert s. Murphy for lieutenant governor Robert k. Young for auditor general and heavy Houck for Secretary internal affairs the other candidates the Republican state ticket were also elected by pluralities slightly under that Stuart. Rotan elected. The us exit acted result the election in Philadelphia was keenly Felt by the Reform party. The principal fight in the City was made for the office a if District attorney Ami it was one the bitterest in the political history the county. The leaders the Unity party which had effected fus Ion with the democrats and pro ibo to ousts the local , certain that a Larence Gibboney their candidate for District attorney would win but the figures show that Samuel p. Rota i opponent carried the City by 12,121 the Republican car dilates for Cit treasurer and Regis i i a it wills were also elected he about the same plurality. Varia indicate that the democrats gained five congressmen which will make their delegation in the next House six instead Oue. It is possible that official figures May reduce the democratic gain slightly. The next legislature will remain heavily Republican although the democratic Aud Reform representation will be larger. A notable feature the Campaign in Pennsylvania was the Success the United mine workers America which organization entered the political Field for the first time in this state. The latest figures show that the miners will be represented in the next Congress by two the officers the organization and in the legislature by about a half dozen members the Union All whom were candidates the democratic ticket. The miners representative in Congress will he William b. Wilson International Secretary treasurer who Defeated congressman Elias Decker Republican in the fifteenth District by 700 majority and Thomas Nic Holls District president the upper Anthracite Coal Field who Defeated congressman Thomas 11. Dale also Republican in tie tenth District. President John Mitchell the miners Union broke his Rule against taking Active part in politics Aud stumped both District for the officers the Union. Majorities in Montour local officers All democratic except Williams for sheriff the vote for Montour count officers As so Iowa by the Complete returns in the table Page 3, Eluted in a Victory for the democrats in each instance except for the office sheriff where it Williams. Republican carried the enmity with a comfortable Lead. For legislature u Scott a Miner Man the present incumbent Defeated Ralph a a Slier by a majority 542. In the associate judgeship race Hon. Lloyd w. Well i ver Exchange Lead Hon. A a liar Les a. Wagner who was recently appointed by governor Penny Packer upon Tho death . S. 4. Thompson by 146 votes. C. Williams polled almost a phenomenal vote in the Borough Danville Aud Wou out Over Calvin Shultz by a majority 459. For Register and recorder w. L. Sidler Democrat who now holds that office polled 1933 votes. Squire Robert c. Auteur Defeated Henry Kearns for jury commissioner by a majority 285. Evans has 241 majority Complete vote three candidates in two counties. According to the latest figures obtainable which include every voting precinct in the District the standing the three candidates is As follows Montour county. Evans. Herring. Harman Columbia county. Evans. Herring has Man. This count which will Likely stand As the Correct one gives . Evans a majority in the District 241 Mchenry has 2500 majority 1149 972 655 3325 1964 3578 John g. Mchenry for Congress Defeated Hon. E w. Samuel the present incumbent by a majority about 2500 in the District. Mchenry ran Well ahead in All the counties in the District except Northumberland the Home county . Samuel where lie was beaten by a Small margin. The vote in the counties resulted As follows Montour county. Mchenry. Samuel. Columbia county much eur. Samuel Northum Berland county. Mchenry 6651 j Samuel 6804 Sullivan county. Last evening it was not possible to obtain the Complete vote for Sullivan county but it is estimated Good authority that the county went for Mchenry by a majority about 40o. The following Are the returns from Riverside and South Danville governor Stuart r ,. 28 Emery d.,. 40 lieutenant governor Murphy a. 27 Blackd. 37 auditor general. Yonng r., 27 Creasy d.,. 38 secy internal affairs. Houck r28 Green d.,. 37 Congress. Samuel a. 32 Mchenry d., 34 legislature. Bramhall r.,28 Nesbit r ,. 29 Scott r., 28 Daugherty d., 33 Krebs i34 Connor d., 35 # Register amp recorder. Wagenseller r ,. 27 nicely. D., a a 39 jury commissioner. Moore. R.,.27 Coates d.,. 37 Riverside Borough. Mill Street last night was the scene a unique demonstration the first its kind which so far As can be recalled Ever took place in Danville. It was purely a labor demonstration gotten no in the interest organized labor j that it was a successful and Well managed affair Quot iks Well for the intelligence and i.,. High organization the working men. The Lemon to ratio was gotten up by the Iron moulders Union. Others in line were the stove counters Union Aud the amalgamated association Iron steel Aud tin workers. In line were about one Hundred Mondera some thirty stove counters beside Over a list Jar it gtd members the a. A. Of i. S. Amp t. W. The music was a conspicuous feature the demonstration. Besides the Mechanicsville band the Washington drum corps Aud the Junior stars were in line. The nature the demonstration was strikingly indicated by the transparencies borne in the Parade. The largest these carried at the head the column bore one Side the motto a in Union there in strength Quot and the other Side a similar motto wit i the addition a How Yon stand a the Parade formed at the Washington Hose Honse and with the moulders and counters a Union in line marched Down East Market Street to Mill Street and thence to the armory where the members tiie a. A. Of i. S. Amp t. W fell into line. The Colum a then marched Back Over Mill Street and across the River Bridge counter marching to the armory. Fire works War shot off and red Light was burned the Street As the Parade passed. The Best order prevailed. An official the Union last night emphasized the fact that none the labor organizations in line was in any sense political and that the demonstration Hail no relation whatever to anything connected with the election. Whatever features were in the Parade that seemed to have been inspired by politics the official stated were not authorized he the organization. Governor. Stuart r.,Emery. D.,. Lieutenant governor. Murphy r.,. Black auditor general Young. Creasy Secy. Of internal affairs. Houck r.,Green a. Congers. Samuel r., Mchenry d., legislature. Bramhall r., Nesbit. R.,Scott a. Daugherty a. Krebs d., con d.,Register amp recorder. Wagenseller r., nicety jury commissioner. Moore a. Coates i1541 1213 4457 2474 Long North elected always with us. Our state exchanges bring in accounts numerous accidents happening to Hunters some them fatal. It is probable that tragedies a this sort will happen As Long As there is game to Hunt Aud ignorant inexperienced impetuous individuals to Hunt it. Columbus o., nov. 7. Ohio has gone Republican by about i 75,000. The democrats have elected congressmen in the fourth fifth sixth. Ninth and seventeenth districts a gain four Over their present delegation in the House. The contests were close in several counties Aud districts Aud an official count might make slight changes. Nick Long Ortli got in handsomely with 4, he plurality much to the Delight his wife who Pascani it Aig cd industriously with him Aud for Nini after the English electioneering fashion. Miss Kofie Moss Allegheny county is the first woman in that Section to take the examination for Rural free delivery Carrier. She is a Fannery a daughter aged 18. Personals. East Market the Routou Aud spent sued f i _ _ a a a Nara Mumm m Cit Arles Hauver Sunbury spent sunday with relatives in this City. Mayor Frederick Kirkendall. Of Wilkes Barre spent sunday with his family at the Homo . Aud mrs George Gearhart Street. Or. Aud mrs. Oscar son Lewis Berwick at the Home the former s Parent . And mrs. Lewis Thornton honeymoon Street. Mrs. Russell f. Kelly and daughter Sudbury spent sunday at the Home mrs. Kelly s parents . And mrs Jesse Beaver Pine Street. Miss Alice Stead spent sunday it the Home her Grandfather . Theodore Boyer Grovania. Miss Grace i Kanpf Sunbury was the guest sunday miss Relia Adams. Front Street. Miss Leali Mincemoyer Montgomery is spending several Days with relatives in Danville. Sabbath school association. The sixteenth annual convention the Montour county Sabbath school association held at St. Johns reformed Church Mausdale yesterday was one the most successful that Ever took place in the history the delegates were present representing thirty eight sunday schools. Three sessions were held. During he Forenoon Rev. Harry Minsker pastor the United evangelical Church this City spoke Quot the duty parents toward their it was a very thoughtful practical discourse. Rev. L. Ott pastor the Trinity a e. Church this City held Forth during the after you session. His subject was Quot the sunday school the Hope the Church. A it was a very forceful address and afforded Macli food for thought. A Solo was rendered by Rev. Harry Minsker entitled Quot the Kings a Solo was very effectively rendered also by miss n l. Wer Kleiser. The Quot round table Quot was in the hands w. G Landes general Secretary Sabbath school state work the subject considered under Liis head being Quot the . Laudess remarks were full Energy and were very practical. The following officers were elected president Rev. C. Lerch vice president Rev. Harry Minsker Cor responding Secretary a. Williams recording Secretary a. M. Kelso trea surer f. G. Slioch superintendent Normal department mrs. W. Lancaster superintendent primary department. Miss Olive Thompson superintendent Home department miss Gertrude Sechler. Miss Erin a a c. Lincoln primary Leader was the program for Auad dress last evening. Her subject was Quot the imperative need intelligent teaching Quot. At Colwyn mrs. It. G. Woodhead Wiio has held office postmaster since the incorporation the Borough sixteen years ago. Lias just been reap pointed

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