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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 15, 1900, Danville, PennsylvaniaState Library. Flame paper a for the Home the circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year or. Irving h. Jennings dentist. Office Boure 9 a. M. To 12 it. 1 p. It. To a p. M. 10i Mill St., Danville a. Shultz m. U. 425 my. St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a specially d h. W. P. Sulk dentist office 218 Mil Street. Teeth Kkt Arun without fall. Crown Anil mfr Lutfe work a specially. Equipped with the latent and Moat improved Nat Romenta and prepared to execute the Mont difficult work. Or. C. Ii. Reynolds formerly of Catawissa. Dentist. Office opposite Boston store Danville a dentistry in All its branches. Charge moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1883. Tenancy will Eoo i lie broken up. Boats Are Beir it put into Winter quarters. The period of Frozen roads will soon be Here. Glorious Winter. Just right for the merchants. It will soon be time to get out i he Snow shovel. James Lovett is ill at his Home on Spruce Street. you notice How fast Christmas is coming along mrs. Margaret Black is ill at tier Home on Spruce Street. W. M. Seidel has received 1,600 bushels of Western wheat. Thanksgiving turkeys Are being fattened up by the Farmers. The Short Days of the year Are gradually crawling upon us. Care should be exercised to prevent contagion among the school children. Miss Edith Hunt is seriously ill at the Home of d. C. Hunt on West Mahoning Street. The Pennsylvania Railroad crossing near the j. H. Kase store South Danville has recently been repaired. The Junior High school foot Bat eleven will play the Riverside team next saturday afternoon at Dewitt spark. Charles w. Kase is filling the position of Day operator at the South Danville station during the absence of John w. Treas. Notices have been posted along the Pennsylvania Road stating that the Sale of Coal to employees of the Road will be resumed. The Susquehanna is still falling and the Rise caused by the recent Rains has gone. There Are Many rocks to be seen in the Stream. Public school teachers of the county Are arranging to attend the 35th annual session of the Institute commencing on monday next. The Hunter w to shoots another Hunter in mistake for game has been unusually Active this season. There should be a Bounty placed of his Scalp. The ladies of St. Paul a methodist episcopal Church have made great preparations for the Chicken and Wattle supper at the salvation army Hall tonight. Done to miss it. Brooke and his famous Chicago Marine hand assisted by the great Soprano soloist. Miss Harriet Dement Packard will give a concert at the opera House on Friday evening. A religious census is being taken in Williamsport this week. Many of the churches have furnished a Large number of enumerators and they Are ready for a big weeks work. Word was received in Danville yesterday stating that Mildred the youngest daughter of the Rev. Or. Dimmick formerly pastor of St. Paul a m. E. Church is seriously ill with Scarlet fever at their Home in Columbus Ohio. After years of Impo tuning the people of Harrisburg Are about to have a subway beneath the Railroad tracks at Market Street a Grade crossing that the state commissioner of railroads said in his annual report was tie worst Deathtrap in the state. The Barber will add relish to his thanksgiving dinner this year with the thought that that a v ends tiie foot Ball season and on the Morrow lie will have Quot hair cuts by the score. Foot Ball is growing in favor and As the sport gains in popularity Ibe length of the hair of the player and rooter does likewise. The first sunday in december of each year is one of great significance to the benevolent and protective order of elks it is the Day which is set apart and held Sareil by the order As the occasion upon which they scatter blossoms of memory Over the Tomb of their departed dead and upon which they conduct their Quot Lodge of a the Success of Brooke and his famous Chicago Marine band has been the wonder of All who know the facts. It is the Only Bend Ever organized outside of new York City to make a Success of concert Tours and to actually draw the people in Large numbers where there is a direct charge to hear the music and there is Only one new York band which can be considered As a competitor in this respect. Two concerts will he Given in Danville tomorrow. I i i. It Quot a v Ito it a Civ a this country will never be entirely Quot free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own vol. 45-4<i. Danville pa., thursday. Nov pm Bek 15. I 00. Established in 1855. Their double bobbed three men and a woman sunday. Golden wedding celebrated by or. And evening. Mrs. James Shultz. Danville was Vav r r i i. In a hotly contested game of foot Ball saturday afternoon. The hold up occurred about six o clock. Thomas Kastine the first victim was held up in the Street by the ring Leader of the party who searched his pockets and took Twenty five cents from him. After robbing or. Kashner they ran him at the Point of a revolver Over the Hill beyond town. After they left him or. Kashner went around through the Woods and returned to give the alarm. After leaving or. Kashner the men went to the House of Jacob r. Cole a Farmer about eighty years old. Three of them remained outside the Yard w Hile the Leader of the gang went in pointed his revolver at or. Coleus Niece and Ord a ered her to get her Money for him. "1 Haven to any Money a protested the frightened woman. A a yes you have got $6,000, and 1 want it a ordered the Ruffian. The lady promised to get her Pieket j Book Ami the fellow let her go up she came Down she found him holding a revolver at or coleus head and searching him. A pocket knife was All that was taken from the old Man. Miss Cole gave the fellow her pocket Book from which lie took the Money seventeen cents. He left the Book. I As soon As she could miss Cole slipped out the Back Way and hurried to John Krummes to give the alarm. In the meantime the highwaymen met Ralph Ritter in the Load and ordered him to hold up his hands. The Young Man supposed they were fooling and did not comply at once whereupon the Leader of the gang sent a Bullet past his ear. The revolver was held so close that the powder burned his face. Or. Ritter a hands promptly Wen up and his pockets were searched. From him fifty cents and some int cities were taken. After robbing or. Ritter the men started up the Street when they met or. Ruin in armed with a shot Gud return ing with miss Cole. As soon As she heard the Leader of the party speak miss Cole exclaimed Quot that a the Man that was in our j or. Ruin in seized the fellow. By this time quite a crowd had collected and the other three men were practically under arrest. A by a of have no right to hold me with a out a warrant. Let me go 1�?� ordered Llie Leader of . The Blu ii worked and or. Krumm re a leased his hold. The fellow Ilien backed up to the Fence pulled his revolver saying Quot if any Man lays his Linds on me again ill put a Hole through with that the Ruffian started toward town accompanied by his three companions. To show that their guns were loaded the Fellows fired several shots As they ran of. Chief Mincemoyer learning of the crime hurried to the place but nothing More was seen of the highwaymen. All of the men were recognized As Danville Young men. The Leader of the party who was the Only one who took an Active part in the robberies has frequently appeared in lust ice a court charged with various offences. His brother who was with him and the other two Fellows have reputations nearly As had. Flirty Street is .spill,.per inning or. And mrs. James Shultz combined anniversaries monday by celebrating their Golden wedding and or Shultz Seventieth birthday. In lion r it events they entertained Ulm in five friends at their East Market Home or. And mrs. Shultz were i cuts of numerous gifts. A a. Was served and ail enjoy Aba i was spent by All present or. And mrs. Shultz have live u. And two daughters living inn la i a grand children and three great grand children. The aged couple Mil end y Good health. Those present were thu Rev. Or. And mrs. W. 1 St nor end mrs. Davtd she Harl or Ard mrs. F. M. Gotwald or. And mrs. Scum . And mrs min i u and daughter miss Jennie or. Am or. W. I. Lauramer or. Aid mrs. o Shultz and daughter i 1\ a. And mrs. J m. Sli Ulz and a a a r. H. S. Shultz or. Aud or i r k and Mies Martha Kline and mrs. William Fisher or. And mrs. J. G. Q Brown of Bloomsburg Steller Ami mrs. J. A. Miltor misses i. 1 Moyer and Edna Bernings Tine and Claude gothic of Brief mention of the movement of your friends and acquaintances. A r i Shamokin twelve. Danville nothing. Briefly told that is these by of the meeting a u. In. In and Danville High re of eleven i witty spark on sat inlay ii if . But to lib Ini. I a Hoys feel much More a a elated Ujj. N la o in might i my a cute be a cause the. Kept their opponents Down i Beut re it a Jiffy expected. They knew a before the i. In that they were out c a Ltd i la made Ali Shamokin How it re s r the Points. I he terms wer about even in Wei it but Tigirt visitor. Bowed the result i f More a x or Nee and training they of Phisid Boll in re a a stance and lim a . The kept he Hall most of tin time and Only once except on the kit ii. Were the local in is . To yet the pig into the Terrilou it. Must of the d Vanee were m Ide by a a i push Tiro High and Pilc up tac its hut few Quot Ood thus Bei Quot a . I her mid Gothie. U Vee led in Getty i a Sun i the ends twice in the first hit. A a inn Irivin sch .111 of in a forty re gain. Because of ecu Gherity a sul s Tiue l for Edmund on at right a. A in Ali second half. Gothi got around the end 1 or a Good run in the second half. Phillips was 11 a Only a e Hose in Harry White of Kansas City mo., spent yesterday with friends in this City. Or. White is visiting acis Uncle John Pii Nerat Union Corners. The Kev. John Grier of Brooklyn n. Y., is a guest at the Home Home of i. X. Grier esq., Bloom Street. James Cornelison who lives near cat Wissa was in Danville yesterday. Mrs. S. A. Yorks left yesterday for a trip us Philadelphia and new York. Richard Jenkins returned to Tyrone yes urday after a visit with relatives in Dan Viii. Frederick beam spent yesterday in Suu Hury. Miss Anna Williams and guest miss Annie Leighton of Philadelphia visited friends in Milton yesterday. Mrs. M. 8leans returned to Milf Lin Burg yesterday after a visit with her son the Kev. Or w. I. Steans East Mahoning Street. J. Jones of Williamsport transacted business in town yesterday. Give them one More Chance school braid considers cases of parents who encourage truancy. Cram Floral display private chrysanthemum a a show at Castle Grove conservatories. This is one of the showy months at the conservatories at Castle Grove. The Large display of numerous other kinds of flowering plants is reinforced by what experts have declared to be one of j the finest displays of chrysanthemums in the United states. A Young woman who went through the conservatories yesterday said that she has attended chrysanthemum shows in new York and other Large cities but has never seen such Fine Flowers As those j at Castle Grove j As the visitor enters the Large chrysanthemum House he first beholds Phalanx of immense White blossoms such As no fifth Avenue swell can sport. A they Are As Large As cabbages is the Way in which one person described their size. Beyond them is a variegated Dis-1 play of every known Shade of chrysanthemums Cream Pink yellow reds purples Etc. I not Only Are these blossoms of immense size but the Leng and closely curled petals show that they Are of the Albert Evv of Williamsport trans to use a few supplies from the High note i business at the state Hospital yes school for experiments before the y. M. Friendship fire company and fond planning for fair. The members of Friendship fire company and band Are planning for a fair which they expect to hold about the in id a lie of december. The exact a late and place for holding tie fair have not been decided. The fair will be held for at least one week Ami perhaps two. It is the intention to make this an important event of the Winter. To e Mer chants of the town will be asked to have exhibit Booths and a other Booths will the in charge of the firemen for the Sale of different articles. Some of a Good entertainment will be provided fur each evening the program being changed nightly. The fair will be hem to raise Inouye t Purchase uniforms for the u nun a formed members of the fire company and the band. The following committees have been appointed to prepare for the fair general committee Harry Trumbower John Russell John waive George freeze Harry Fields Arthur Watkins William Young Edward in Purpur and j. T. Oberdorf. Decorating committee George freeze Arthur Amesbury Edward Ihlen Bugen Charles Mills and Walter Keller. Committee on exhibits Harry Fields e. F. Williams Edward Pur Pur and John Bruder. Contest committee a. J. Williams Walter Russell and Keely Ream. Advertising committee John Yastine John Waite and Harry Bausch. Heat committee Harry Rupp Larry Saunders Ami William Sechler. Light committee William roat and o. B. Sweitzer. Juries were not easily reme lied by a Little rubbing Down he was at the but Tom of a general pile up near the end of the first half and w Hen the human Pyramid was dissolved it was foun i that some one had stepped on his face badly dating him and breaking off his two up per front Teeth lie luckily played out the game and kicked the final go Al much of the time he was s it dazed that he played mechanically rather than with an understanding of what lie was doing. Fischer made a touch Down for Shamokin in each half followed each time by h goal kicked by Phillips. Twenty minute halves were played. 1 the line up of the the ins was As Danville. Positions. Fenstermacher. U. E. A. L. T. A. A. A. Al. It i. A. To. Ter a a. County superintendent w. Stein Bach of limes Tom in town yesterday. William Moser of Derry township w As in town yesterday. C. ,esq., left yesterday for a few a lays Hunting near Williamsport. Mrs. M. Mchenry of Bloomsburg Isa g Jet to at the Home of k i Ward Pentz 011 East Market Street. Mrs. P. 11. Bratton of Phila thelphia is visiting mrs. 11. Kaufman on Mill Street. Miss Nellie Johnson of Berwick visited friends in this City yesterday. The Kev. Or. W. I. Steans went to m if Linduig yesterday. J. R. Williams of Scranton transacted Buir is in this cite yesterday. Numerous discussions characterized the meeting of the school Board monday evening. President Fischer and directors Barber,greer., Orth Keefer Bergen Werkheiser Curry Fenstermacher Lunger and Harpel were in attendance. Auditing of Bills led to the first discussions and several claims were referred Back to the committee without being audited. The request of Larry Swank a father for the Transfer of his son was granted and the boy was ordered transferred from the second to the third Ward grammar school. The request was granted for the use of the High school room next week for the county Institute. Prof Ream of the night school asked that better Light be furnished and that water be introduced into the room. A Resolution was passed directing the third Ward janitor to ring the first Bell for the night school at 7 15 of clock and 1 to open the doors for the admission of pupils at that time. Permission was granted to prof. Cary most perfect varieties known to florists. Several of the varieties have been imported direct from Europe. C. A. The discussion about keeping the night school open during Institute week was settled by reference to the state a Large Box of blossoms was picked yesterday to be shipped to new York to mrs. Bennett. In addition to the chrysanthemums Law which specifies that no school in the roses of these Hrasek Are As visual i Der Public authority shall be kept open profuse and As perfect As can be found i during Institute week. Anywhere. During the month of sept truant officer Youngs report brought Ember 6,000 a american eau lies were out the fact that several parents enc our Cut it and it is expected that about As a age their children to stay out of school Many More will be Cut this month. I a Resolution directing the arrest for such it non compliance with the Law of one Peculiar election bet boat hide through father was rescinded but it was decided that after the next meeting an example will be made by the arrest of any parents who fail to comply with the Law in this respect. Superintendent Houser a report showed a total attendance during the month 1,149 average daily attendance 1,003 Washingtonville streets a double Celebration of election and a marriage and the paying of a Peculiar election bet created amusement for night. In this bet it was the Winner who was the loser or who had to do the work j h. M. Ritter bet on Mckinley and percentage of attendance 90 number William k. Savage bet on Bryan. Both Ham of i x. Gothie Cord Well Felix Farrow Barr Phi lips of pupils nut absent during the year to i a late 279 number not tardy 087 num Abraham Hendricks of Berwick was apr absent a luring the month 847tardy, r. K. James. Angle. Gat Kins. Bailey. Gorman. A. Edmondson Dougherty. . B Mcclure. Ii. B. Mairs capt a. H. B. Montague. B. Referee Welch Shamokin Umpire Diehl Danville time keepers Oglesby and Gothie linesmen. Or. Angle and Tasker. Fitcher Shuster Shipe Powell capt. Thompson a visitor in this cite yesterday. The Kev. Adolph Meyer spent yesterday in Bloomsburg. Mrs. John Sweisfort and daughter miss gut Sie returned last evening from a visit in Philadelphia. The misses Carrie an 1 Lou Carr of Sunbury visited Danville friends lat evening. 533 left school 28. I the Hills ordered paid were a Leniger Bros. Reading fire Brick co. C. P. Hancock. Henrie Bros. William e. Young. Charles Chalfant. Emery Shultz. Presented to Christ Church in memory of mrs. Grove. Through the efforts of a number of former members and friends of the sunday school class taught by the late mrs. Mary baby Grove a handsome memorial White Marble altar top was recently presented to Christ episcopal Church. The slab adds much to the Beauty of the altar and the members of the Parish Are delighted with the gift. The donors were mrs Annie Everett Emma Crick Leota Amesbury Susie Rauk Mary Sidler Sarah Buckman and misses Mary Hoffman Lizzie Wertman Matilda Scein Brenner and mrs. A. J. Frick. Several years ago this class presented j the Beautiful window on the North Side of the building to the Church As a memorial to the late mrs. Grove. Preparing for their team. The improvements to the stable at the rear of the Friendship Hose House on ferry Street Are nearly completed. An addition has been built at the South six be of the stable. At the Northeast end of the stable two Large stalls Are partitioned off for the team which the company expects to Purchase a luring the Winter. The space at the South and West is occupied by the two old hand Pun Ping engines and i the new sprinkling will observe patrons Day. Tomorrow w ill be observed As patrons or parents Day in miss Madden a department of the South Danville school. Oil that Day All parents and others interested in the school Are invited to at tend. Miss Madden a Loes not intend to a have any special a show off exercises but the regular recitations will be followed in order that the patrons of the school can see for themselves just How their children Are being taught. Drilling for water. G. W. Densberger has completed the work of lowering the Well in the Yard of j. Ii. Kase in South Danville lie a prove a pipe Twenty one feet lower than the Bottom of the old Well. Yeste Nlay afternoon or. Densberger started to move his traction engine and drilling machinery to tiie farm of Emanuel Sidler East of Mana ale where he will a Rivea Well. Donn to Institute. The Public school teachers of Montour county will Convene in their 35th annual session on monday next the 19th inst. In the Danville High school room and remain in session until Friday noon the 23rd. The following Are the instructors that have been secured a or. Warren Darst Ada. Ohio or. R. T. Croswell Bloomsburg mias Lelia Patridge phila., a miss Helen b. Welsh. Bloomsburg and profs. U. L. Gordy and j. C. Carey. Danville. The directors of the county and As Many of the citizens As can Are cordially invited to a attend of thursday afternoon. Able addresses will be delivered at that time. The program during the week will be varied interesting and instructive. Owing to the fact that All schools in the county must be closed during the week of Institute All the teachers Are expected to be present. The Institute committee has arranged with the y. M. C. A. Course and All the teachers will be Given a ticket to attend the opening number on that course on wednesday evening the 21st. Or. Darst will deliver his lecture a i the heir of All the Ages on thursday evening. A Good expected. Rev. H. C. Harman Hopes to organize one Here. A movement is on foot in this City to establish a pastors association or mini sternum the object of which is to bring the pastors of ail the Churche into closer Burmont Aud relationship with each other. I if the organization is formed a meeting will he held each week for the a Lis Cussion of any topic assigned to an individual 1 y the program committee. The Kev. 11 c. Harman who has suggested this movement will make a strenuous Effort to perfect it As soon As he is acquainted with the situation lie states that Many cities and a towns have organizations of this kind and that they Are All successful in promoting a Good Fellowship and i Harmony among the clergymen. Or. Harman Hopes to secure the Hearty co operation of every pastor in the City. U. S. Express co. Standard electric Light co k. Ii. Morris. Edward Gorman. American Book co. Ginn amp co. A. H. Grone. T. J. Price postmaster. 2.00 j. H. Cole. 2 34 a d. C. Williams. 4.90 i k. E. John or of the state bios Pitzl returned last evening from Philadelphia or and mrs. Oscar Brandow returned to Wilkes Barre yesterday after a few a lays visit at the Home of Charles am Merman South Danville. Miss May Miller of it. Carmel is visiting relatives in this City. Miss Mary Waters of Williamsport is visiting relatives in this City. Effort to reorganize association after miss a la Bailey is visiting friends in a three years inactivity. Philadelphia. Effort is of foot for the a Organiza mrs. E Lward a Pentz returned on sat tin of the High school alumni Assoc a urday evening from a visit in Williams Tion which has been in a state of in Poi oculus Des etude for the past three mrs. J. V. Wilson is visiting relatives years in Williamsport. I while the organization was inactive operation it was found to be of much men Are employed at n. L. Wagner a Creamery. Most of the Washingtonville residents j were on the 9treet at eight of clock Wuthe evening to see the bet paid. A Parade $22.25 j was formed headed by a Wagon drawn 1.18 by or. Hitter who was in the Hills. In .00 the Wagon was a boat in which Rode or. 4.00 Savage. Following them was a Wagon 7.50 in which was Del. Seidel beating two 50.00 Drums. The Parade was from the Cream-5 j 1.15 .00 3.00 1.75 11.52 21.00 7,45 mrs Ida buddy returned on saturday from a i it it in Lewisburg. Mrs. W. C. Frick and a laughter miss Bessie of new York Are guests at the Home of mrs. E. M. Frick West Market Sheet. Miss Maine Ece left on saturday evening for a business trip to new York. Benefit in promoting Good Fellowship and keeping in existence a fraternal feeling Between alumni of the school. It is desired to reorganize the association on much the same lines As those on which it was formerly conducted. La addition to the fraternal benefits to be derived the alumni would probably miss Jennie Smith of Milton spent give a banquet to the graduating class Copper work completed at Castle Grove mansion. After wot King for several seasons the Coppersmith employed at Castle Grove have about completed their work Ami will return to new y re on Satur a Lay. During the five years work the mansion roof has been covered with Copper and a Copper up Cutie g has been introduced on parts of the building. Copper Rofi a is intricate and tedious work it being pot on in pieces eleven by twelve inches in size. All of the pieces have to be seamed and a soldered to prevent leakage this roof is the Only one of the King in this Section and a it is thought that it will outwear the building. The workmen who leave on saturday Are James Brown Joaeph Hoy George Wilson and Henry Lutz. And his Small Cousin a lose sight of an Eye. As the result of being struck with a Stone Kenner Diehl the six year old son of Wallace Diehl of deny township May Loe Ibe sight of his left Eye. Sunday morning the Hoy was playing with his Cou in Wallace Diehl near his Home about a me from Strawberry Ridge. Wallace threw a s one at Ken intr. Striking Lii i Ltd the left the lid and knocking him Down. Upon regaining his feet the boy was unable to see. He was taken to washing Touville where or. . Hofle a treated him. 1 the physician stated that the chances were about even for u restoration of the sight. Will be maid of Honor. Miss Gertrude Kase left morning for Binghamton n. Y., where she will act As maid of Honor at the wedding of miss Gertrude Morgan and Harvey Bennett which will occur on thursday november 22. Miss Morgan is Well known in Danville having spent several months last summer in visiting miss Kase. Successful Hunters. Martin , k. S. Miller William e. Lunger and Howard Lunger returned to town last evening with fifteen quails and two rabbits the result of the a lays Hunt. To guard against the possibility of accidents fast freight conductors on the Lackawanna Railroad have been re Piester it give special attention to a heavy Long timbers Ami structural Iron work that is Likely to shift on a curve. This seasons exhibit of chrysanthemums at local Green houses was the finest we have Ever seen. There is nothing in the Floral realm which has found More admirers than Lias this Flower. Chris. E. Stegmaier a if Wilkes Barre Well and favourably known to Many Dan Ville citizens was married at Wilkes Barre yesterday the Bride being miss Nellie Hess. Sunday with friends in this City. Mrs. Robert Johnson who has been visiting relatives in this City returned to a her Home in Harrisburg in saturday. Or. Henry k Kreizer of the reformed a theological Seminary Lancaster who preached at the Shiloh reformed Church sunday morning was the guest of the Rev. George Limbert while in this City. Or. And mrs. John Henderson of Williamsport spent sunday at the Home of Andrew Russell on Mulberry Street. Mrs. Christian Loeh is visiting relatives in Scranton. J. J. Newman spent Suntay evening with Sunbury friends. Miss Mary Law spent sunday among Northumberland friends. Or. And mrs. William Swartzell spent sunday Insu usury. Mrs. Harry Schick is visiting friends in Sunbury. Miss Sadie Kemp of Elmira n. Y., is the guest of miss Myra Bowers Bloom Street. Or. And i mrs. Samuel Bausch of Williamsport Are visiting relatives in ibis City. Mrs. Annie Haupt is visiting relatives in Williamsport. Miss Jennie Mullen is visiting friends in la by Moutri. Mrs. Harriet Jones visited blooms Burg friends yesterday. Mrs. George Cromley left yesterday for Philadelphia where she will undergo an operation at the Philadelphia Hospital. James Mottern of Beach Haven called on Danville friends yesterday. Hurry Ellenbogen and John m. Geise were in Catawissa yesterday afternoon. C. S. Reimard of Williamsport was a visitor in Danville Vesterdal. As formerly and have a member of the association deliver a address to the class at graduation. About 150 alumni of the school live in Danville and it should be possible to organize a Strong association that would be of much Benefit in promoting interest in the school. Several of the men who were before prominent in the association Are striving to accomplish its reorganization. Attempted to enter residence of Rev. F. S. Vought of Riverside. The gang of burglars which has recently operate a at Riverside is still a open for their last attempt was at the resilience of the Rev. F. S. Bought Avenue a on saturday night. Mrs. Bought was awakened by the men who were working at a South window. She called to her son and about the same time the dog in the House began to bark. The noise evidently frightened the Fellows away. Investigation showed a hat the burglars had attempted to Cut out a pane of Glass in the window at which they were working. The members of this gang Are evidently act Juan Tel a in the Vicinity. From their recent operations it would seem that they keep watch and visit houses from which they think the men Are away. With a Stop at a. L. Heddens hotel where or. Ritter had to treat or. Savage. After the Parade George Moser treated the entire crowd to celebrate his marriage which occurred in Reading about a month ago. Bridge officer Hale will arrest violators of the Law. Bridge officer Ephraim Hale makes much complaint about the persistent smoking and fast driving on the River Bridge. Or. Hale says that in Many cases he has frequently told men not to smoke but they persist in doing it despite the fact that it is against the Law and strictly prohibited by the commissioners. It is a dangerous practice As a spark from a Cigar or cigarette could easily be the Means of destroying the entire Structure. Officer Hale intends to he More rigid with the smokers and fast Drivers hereafter. After the first warning All offend ers will be promptly arrested. Test tube exploded. William h. Loffa son of or. J. P. Hoff a of Washingtonville was seriously burned last thursday at the Medico Chi. College at Philadelphia where he is a student. Or. Hoffa was at work with other students in the chemical Laboratory. The student next to him was heating a solution of Chloride of ammonia in a test tube when the tube exploded. The hot liquid struck or. Hoffa on the left Side of his nose and in the Corner of his left Eye. In an instant the Strong chemical had eaten Oil the skin with which it came in Contact making a very painful injury. He was taken to the Accident room of the College where the injury was treated. The attending physicians stated that the sight of or. Hoffa a left Eye would have been destroyed bad any of the liquid struck him a Quarter of an Inch More to the left. Employees were paid. Treasurer c. In. Elter �4 Philadelphia came to Danville monday Ami paid off All the employs of the Danville rolling Mill and be tile a the taxes. It is expected that work will be re fumed at the Mill within a few weeks. The men who now control the Mill will be largely interested a in the re organized company which expects to operate the Danville Mill and several of the plants bucket brigades work. A bucket brigade extinguished a slight Blaze that threatened the buildings in the Vicinity of the Bloch resilience no. 338 Mill Street at 10 30 of clock tuts a Lay morning. The fire was in a store room at the rear of the residence. Before it was extinguished it burned out a w window Frame badly scorched the Wood work and a burned some old clothes. The origin of the fire is unknown but it is suggested that it might have started from an ironing Board that had been put in the store room but a few minutes before the fire was discovered. The Iron ing Board bad just been used and it is thought that there May have been a smouldering smudge in the cloth on the Board. The damage amounted to about $40. Covered by insurance. Up goes the tub. The tub of the Lackawanna Railroad water tank located near the Beaver controlled by c. K. Baird amp co. It i Street crossing is being raised about a intended to capitalize this company at foot to conform to the change in Grade $3,300,000. Which has been made at that Point Job printing the office of the american furnished with a Large a it sort Mii of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the 1�?Tublishei announces to the Public that lie if prepared at All times to execute n the neatest manner Job printing fall kinds and description. If get our prices before place your orders. 10 Start the puddle Mill work will be resumed at Howe amp Samuels on nov. 26. The repairs on the Howe amp Samuels puddle Mill Are about completed and the furnaces will be lighted on monday november 2t�. The Mill has been boarded up for the cold i weather and Many other Small repairs have been made. The Stock will be on band in ample time for starting. The prospects for the Mill running through the Winter Are go Al. As one Hundred men will be employed at Good wages this Means much to Danville. This Mill has been Idle since july and Many of the hands have had to find employment elsewhere during the summer hut this will give them a Welcome Opportunity for work for the Winter. Ten double furnaces will be operated in the manufacture of Low phosphorous muck bar for which kind of Iron there is now a Good demand. To try Oil in oases. An adjourned term of county court for tie trial of civil cases will be convened at the court House next monday morning. The civil list that comes up at that time was adjourned from the october term because of the Winter steel Case which was expected to come up then. The civil list contains fourteen cases thirteen of which Are damage actions against the heading Iron company growing out of the explosion of a boiler at the heading Iron works Over three years ago. It is believed that some of these cases will he tried at this term but it is expected that tiie decisions or verdicts in the first one or two cases will determine whether any More of them will be tried. The first cases on the list Are the two of Joseph Buran and margarets Baran his wife who bring suit to recover damages for injuries inflicted on mrs. Baran and the death of their child caused by the piece of the boiler that was blown through their House. Improvements at the silk Hill. The uncertainty concerning the result of election which caused Slack operation in the silk business throughout the country before election has gone and that business is now in a More thriving condition than Ever. The Danville silk Mill is feeling the effects of this activity. Every department is now working full time with a full Force and numerous improvements Are being i amp de to better facilitate work. The largest pays in the history of the Mill Are now being made. Additional lights Are being introduced throughout the Mill and in the office and vault. When these improvements Are completed 500 lights will be installed in the Mill. Several new soaking vats Are being built and a new Concrete floor is being Laid in the soaking room. Other improvements Are being made to give As perfect ventilation As possible throughout the Mill. Forty two baits of Siik Weie received yesterday and other shipments of raw material Are being received daily. For Union services. A meeting of the ministers Assoc a Ion was held in the parlor of the y. M. C. A. Monday morning at nine of clock for the purpose of making arrangements for the Union thanksgiving services. It was decided to hold the services at the Trinity lutheran Church at ten a. M. The Kev. George Limbert of the Shiloh reformed Church was appointed to preach the Sermon. The formation of a minister rim was favourably discussed and a Earnest Effort will be made to form the association. A committee consisting of the Kev. Messes. W. I. Steans d. D., ii. C. Harman and m. L. Shindel d. D., was appointed to see the ministers and make preliminary arrangements for the organization. They will report at the next meeting of the clergymen to be held on monday december 3, at ten a. M. Pastor s reception. A reception was tendered to the Rev. H. C. Harman and family monday evening by the Epworth league of St. Paul s m. E. Church in the lecture room of the Church. The following excellent program was rendered the choir Curry Solo Madge Saunders recitation miss rank Duett miss books and mis Schubart recitation Ethel Woods sol miss Bird singing choir recitation. J. Rogers an address of Welcome was made by mrs. Douglass which was responded to by the Rev. Or. Harman. Refreshments were served. Death of mrs. Gill. Word was received in Danville on sunday morning of the death of mrs. James Gill which occurred at her Home in Brooklyn n. Late on saturday evening. Mrs. Gill was the eldest daughter of or. And mrs. Philip Lee who reside on Nicholas Avenue. She was Well known in this City. Visited the Hospital. U. M. Spalding of Troy e. M. Pitcher of Leraysville John h. Murray jr., of South Waverly John Mannix of Towanda and William Joli Sou of Leraysville brought a number of Bradford county patients to Ibe state Hospital yesterday. Or. Spalding who accompanied by his wife and or. Murray by his sister miss Lida Murray

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