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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 23, 1905, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for me Home i he circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year a this country will no Var by entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own of. 51-no 47 Danville. A. Thursday november 23. 1905, established in 1855dk. Irving h. Jennings. Dix Ufa re Ilert a a. M. To 12 m Loi Mill hit p. M. To i p. A. Hmm let. Pit. A Iii i to m. 425 Mill St., , a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a a specialt1�?T or. C. H. Reynolds �?dentist-288 Mill St. A Danville. A. Dentistry in h i a the Brunch a. Charge Miel r be .11 i ill a a Ork Linaria Iseed 1s92 in s. There arc just As Good Deer on the mountains As Ever have be a shot. Eternal vigilance on the Pait of the pore food commissioners is necessary. The disposition of All Reuters of population is to onite thus securing to themselves the prestige of number. Joseph Leubner is doing the Linb aug in the new Evans building at Berwick. At this time of year the average citizen is Long on cd a Somas a gift expectations and Short of the new Esstry filthy Lucre with which to Purchase them. It is the girl who Marriki s a rough Diamond who Otter gets the most real diamonds to Wear. Congressmen Are preparing for the annual pilgrimage to the National capital. County school teachers a a re looking Forward to the pleasures and profits of the annual Institute. A Young daughter his arrived at the Home of or. And mrs. Frank Geringer near the fair ground. The movement to save Niagara Falls from destruction is gaining headway daily. Ouly seven counties in the slate have not asked the prescribed Aid to build Good roads. Now prepare to give thanks. There Are few who have not been ble sed in a Oine practical Way. E d. Pentz 19 having a Flag Stone sidewalk 1 a id in front of ins new Home on East m thou aug Street Prince Charles having acc Ted the Crown of Norway and Given ins Orde s for a six a id seven Eig to Crown the new Little kingdom can snuggle Clown in the Corn it r of i Iraq i l be quit try forgotten by its Neighb or who have troubles of their own. Re apportion a ent should he Josf let the re Ira a get Ufa ves fall win re they will. People win a a awl under railway Gates at can a and Pas around the cars do my at air own Rik. There is too Ujco i of ins car h Nesa in this City. The Slat a Gane commissioner has Hia hands full these Days As violations of the Law Are freq out. The russian hebrew Relief fond has reached $f>00,000. Reports from Canada Arp to the of feet that the people Are already enjoying Sleigh ing and other Winter sport. M re. Astor As the recognized Queen of new York society has Cut Down the four Hundred to eighty one including herself and her husband. And the published list does not contain the names of the richest men in new York either. The people should heartily second every Effort to kill the san Jose scale. Norway a King will Start in at a a salary of $200,000 a year. If the referendum had chosen a president he would have been expected to serve for a about $25,000, and be glad to get it. Yellow fever is gradually dying out in the sooth but the health authorities have had a splendid Opportunity to prove their ability to c Netrol the a epidemic. President Roosevelt a message which is said to be a Little longer than usual will be submitted to Congress on dec Ember 5 these Are the do a Iren the rummage Sal a hold 4 he in i Gar Lei a of the con que i a powder is made of grape Cream of tartar. Absolutely pure makes the food More wholesome and delicious. The Borough us Urcil Friday night West on record As being quaver table opposed to the granting of any additional Light during the present year. There Bas be u scarcely a meeting since the Borough has installed its own Plaut that there have not hem requests for More Light. Or. Sweisfort reported that the residents of West Maho Piug Street Are making a Strong plea for More Light. Or. Jacobs stated that there is a necessity for Light of Walnut Street which for a distance of three squares is wholly without Light. Or. Reifsnyder thought the ii Crea a of seventeen arc light9 installed with the municipal plan ought to prove sufficient for one year that our town at present is better illuminated than Many neighbouring towns even such an ii pontaut place As Altoona. Municipal Light he said is an Experiment and the desire is to show that the Borough with its own Plant can Light its streets better and cheaper than they were before when the contract for lighting was Given out. If Council goes beyond a reasonable limit however and undertake to flood every Corner with Light it will be impossible to demonstrate a saving and the most important object that the Boron go Hail in View will not be accomplished. He begged no lights be installed until after the expiration of a year from the installation of tie Borough Plant. At the opening of the following year it will to Lime enough to of outsider the matter. The members generally fell in with or. Reifsnyder a a View and no action was taken looking to tie installation of any extra lights. A communication was received from r. H. Koch president of the Danville amp Bloomsburg electric railway which set Forth that the trolley track of Bloom Street Between a Street and the Eastern line of the Borough is becoming dangerous owing to the boroughs not providing the necessary drainage and the proper grading outside the rails. The track Council was reminded was Laid to the Grade Given by the Borough engine r and under Council s supervision. Under the circumstances. Council was asked to give the matter its immediate attention. The above communication was referred to the committee of streets and Bridges. A communication was received from Horace c. Blae county commission a rss clerk stating that at the meeting of the Board held october 28 a revolution was adopted sitting Forth that the commissioners of Montour county had signed a petition asking that the Borough Council pave a portion of Eist Market Street with the under St Diug that Over two thirds of the property owners had already signed or Hud consented to sign also that the commissioners have since been informed that the latter is not the Case it was therefore resolved that the clerk be instructed to ask Council that the commissioners names be stricken from said petition until Sulci time As two thirds or More of said property owners shall have signed the same. No action was taken on the communication. Or. Reifsnyder reported that he had received a request from the school Board for an incandescent Light at the Northern Entrance to the first Ward school building facing Eist Mahoning Street which under the present distribution of Light is a very dark Corner. You motion of or. Goeser the above request was referred to the committee on Light. On motion of or. Goeser it was ordered that every Load of Coal that is unloaded at the water works be weighed and a separate record of it kept which must be returned to Council. The following members were present Reifsnyder Yastine Hughes Boyer Dietz Goeser Law Sweisfort and Jacobs. The following Bills were approved for payment water department. Freight of Coal. ? regular employees 137.00 0.00 6.75 9.73 155.25 26.14 20.00 94 80 8.73 82.61 74.57 new pastor freight of pipe Franklin Boyer. Reading Iron co. P. It amp r. Coal a Iron co t. W. Reifsnyder Harry b. Patton Ren Selaer mfg. Co a. M. Peters. Hauling Coal. Labor on water Extension Borough department. R j. Pegg ? 18.87 i h. Kaae v 1 1.70 labor and hauling. 56.04 Franklin Boyer 2.83 labor of Light. 9 00 regular employees 115.00appointed associate judge. Governor Petin Packer yesterday appointed Charles a Wagner of Limestone township to be associate judge of Montour county until the first monday in january 1907. Vice s y. Thompson deceased the appointment seems to meet with Universal approval. Or. Wagner is not Only an intelligent conscientious Man of Broad Aud Liberal ideas but also a substantial and energetic citizen the owner of several of the finest farms in Montour county acquired through ins own efforts or. Wagner will probably take his seat during the special Coort that will be held today. The Rev. Joseph e Guy officiated sunday for the tire to time at the Shiloh reformed Church and preached two eloquent and helpful sermons. Rev. Gays last charge was at 3hep-Herdstown, West Virginia. The dispatch of that place has the following to say when Rev. Gay cams to this City a Prev. Joseph e. Guy who in fitly resigned the pastorate of the reformed Church in shepherds town to accept a Call from Danville left Here yesterday with his wife and after spending some time in Baltimore will take up the work of his new charge. Rev. Or. Guy Aud his wife have some very warm friends in this Community who greatly regret their departure and they will by missed by All our people. We Hope they May find their new Home a congenial and Happy one and assure them they will be remembered Here most kindly. A Rev. Guy is a Young Man with a Fine appearance and a pleasing personality. Tiie Fine weather yesterday brought out Large congregations at both the inborn aug and evening services. Appropriate music was rendered by the choir. Rev. And mrs. Guy both expressed themselves As being very Well pleased with to Weir reception in Danville. At the morning service Rev. Any took As his t Iesue a the example of Christ a preaching ins Sermon from the text Peter 2 21, a for Hereunto were be called because Christ also suffered for us leaving us an example that we Sli Ould follow his Rev. Guy said that christianity is not a Mere code of morals nor an abstract theory of theologians. But it is presented to us in the human form of Jesus Christ the living embodiment of the doctrines which Ile revealed. He is the example for All his followers. It is a false View of christianity when men place Christ so High that they dare not draw near him Aud make their lives the pattern of Christ a life. To so exalt Jesus is to degrade him. It shows an ignorance of his life and character. Jesus in his essential personality is with is As fully and As clearly As he was when he entered the Homes of the Pabli Caus and sinners. We Honor Christ ouly when we make his life his teachings his mind the potent Factor in our lives. Jesus can impart to us nothing so grand nothing so inspiring As his own mind and Only in the degree that we clothe ourselves with his divine excellencies Only in that degree Are we following his Steps. Patient self denial Earnest Endeavor for the glory of god and the salvation of our fellow Meu Hearty co operation with every Effort to Advance the kingdom of god on Earth these prepare us Lor the life that is to come when those who have followed his Steps shall be changed into his likeness. At the evening service Rev. Any took As his text romans 8 9, a now if any Man have not the spirit of Christ he is none of his the theme of his discourse was a the real Rev. Guv said a simple answer to this question a How May professing christians exhibit the spirit of Christ Aud evince that they Are really his would be by heartily imitating his example in efforts to save men and glorify this covers the whole Range of Christian doctrines and Dot. It we have the spirit of Christ we will be earnestly absorbed in doing the will of god. Yet How Seldom it is imagined that to be a Follower of Christ involves the same spirit of self denial that actuates him. Professing christians think too much of present ease and Mere worldly arguments forgetting that with respect to these a the that Tabeth not no his Cross daily and follow eth me can not be my the Joys of Conquest Are the Joys of christians. They must look for conflict Victory Aud triumphant Joys. Having the spirit of Christ involves personal responsibility. Christ never thought of self. He gave no Home in h ave adoration of Angels a throne of glory. Whether the Doty required was easy or difficult it mattered not. Christ never excused self because others were engaged in his work. Unto the end he acted out his own personal responsibility. If All men Felt this Aud this spirit prevailed in their hearts the Dawn of greater conquests for Christ would open up. Each would do his duty and do it now. Parent sunday school teachers Temperance advocates would each do what he could give what he could and do it now. The spirit of Christ also leads one to see his relationship to his master. The Friend of sinners would be the christians Friend. The morning Star would cast the everlasting beams up i on the christians the All sufficient sacrifice should inspire the Christian i to a like self denial. The sweetest of All lives is the life that gives of itself 1 to the encouragement of others. A important meeting of Pomona Grange of Montour Aud Northumberland counties at which officers were elected for the ensuing year was held at tiie Grange Hall at Strawberry Ridge yesterday. Eighty persons about Twenty five of whom were from Northumberland county attended the sessions. The Grange convened at 10 of clock with master of Pomona Grange Charles v. Amerman in the chair. The hearing of the reports of the different officers occupied the time until noon when a recess was taken. The most important business of the afternoon session was the election of officers for the ensuing year which resulted As follows master of Pomona Grange Charles v. Amerman overseer a. H. Litch Ard lecturer j. W. Lowrie Steward j. A. Eschbach assistant Steward. Calvin Derr lady assistant Steward mrs. Calvin Derr chaplain William Mills treasurer Nathan Becker a Secretary Harvey zones Gate keeper o. A. Wagner Sheress mrs. Montgomery , Billmeyer Flora mrs. M. L. Martin. During the afternoon the fifth degree was conferred upon six candidates. The Grange adjourned at 4 o clock to meet in Danville on the third wednesday in february. During the coarse of the meeting several subjects of interest to the members of the Grange were discussed. The Rorai Telephone was very favourably commented non Aud was spoken of As a file institution and a great convenience. The Montour and Northumberland fire insurance company was discussed Aud proved to be in a progressive condition. Oue of the most enjoyable feature of the Day was the excellent dinner that was prepared by the ladies of the Strawberry Ridge gauge for the to Moia. The dinner was served in the Grange Hall and was voted a culinary Success by All who partook Case before court. Pars naut to adjourn meet of wednesday of last week Coart will Oon Voe at 9 a. M. Today with judge Staples on the Bench. Some miscellaneous matters will be disposed of but the principal business on hand will he the hearing of a citation Between the poor districts of Limestone and West Hemlock townships. The Point involved is the liability of West Hemlock township under the act of april 6, 1905, to support the wife of John sees who is at present doing time in the county prison for a attempt to break jail. Mrs. Sees has been deprived of her husband s support since Early last summer when he was arrested on the strength of her statement accusing him of causing the death of their child. The necessities of the Case being urgent the poor overseers of Limestone township afforded some Relief but they deny that the support of the woman Nuder the Law devolves upon their township Aud hold that her Legal settlement is in West Hemlock township. It is urged that sees by frequent removals has never established a Legal residence in the county or elsewhere which entitles him to maintenance Aud subjects the township to his support. In such Caseau Effort will he made to show that the township in which the father has a Legal settlement is liable for the support of the Sou when Relief is needed. The father in this Case resides in West Hemlock township which will of course offer resist Eure. The Law will no doubt be very thoroughly thrashed Over Aud the proceedings will prove not Only interesting hot very instructive. U aged lady Breaks Arm. A very serious Accident befell mrs Sarah a. Morgan who resides on East Market Street Sanday morning which resulted in a compound fracture of the right Arm. Mrs. Morgan was carrying ashes from her Home to the rear of the Garden Aud was treading a Brick walk when in some Mauuer just How she is unable to related she lost her balance Aud fell heavily to the ground in falling she threw oat her right Arm to catch herself and her whole weight came upon that member doubling it up beneath her body. Her Calls for assistance quickly brought her daughter in Law. Mrs. William Morgan to her Aid. Or new Baker was summoned Aud found that the lady had sustained a compound fracture of the right lower Arm both Bones being a Roku. Mrs. Morgan is very Advance in years and the knitting of the Bone will therefore be a Long and tedious matter. Mrs. Morgan about two years ago sustained a severe sprain in the Light Arm from the effects of which she had never fully Ashur Davis track Foreman of the Bloomsburg Millville trolley line spent sunday with his family in this City. Mrs. James d. Kramer of Pittsburg arrived saturday evening for a visit at the Home of her parents or. Aud mrs. O. Fred Smith Mill Street. Anthony Schott of Selinsgrove spent Sanday with relatives in this City. Robert Mapstone of Sunbury. Spent sunday with his Mother on Bloom Street. Or. Aud mrs. Ernest Rogers us Sun Bury spent sunday with relatives in this City. Richard Geesey of Sunbury spent sunday with friends in this City. C. A. Sidler Esq of Sunbury was a visitor in this City yesterday. Hon. Charles b. Staples arrived in this City last evening Fotu Blouins Burg. H. L. Dewitt returned last evening from a several Days Hunting trip to the White Deer mountain.-. Mrs. Walter d. Green and miss Edith Orael of Buffalo Are i icing at the Home of William g. Purel. West Market Street. Mis. Rebecca Eberhart of Asbury Park is a guest at the Home of Hugh Pursel. Mowrey Street. Will Mccoy spent last evening at Bloomsburg. Edgar messers Raith returned to Potts Ville yesterday after a two weeks visit at the Home of his parents at Washington Ville. Ben Rogers left yesterday for a trip to Carlisle. Curtis Mincemoyer of Strawberry Ridge r. F. D., no. 1, was a visitor in this City yesterday. John r. Roto of Harrisburg called on friends in this City yesterday. Rev. And mrs. S. B. Evans called of friends in Sunbury yesterday afternoon. A a. R. Harris of Sunbury was in this City for a few hours yesterday morning. Amos Vastire spent yesterday afternoon in such urn. At by Nai zionroeran4 k pupils must leave school. Instructions were tuesday received by the Pottsville Board of health from the site commissioner of . Samuel g. Dixon that 400 pupils of the Public schools there Are improperly vaccinated and must he ordered 1 Home until the vaccine physician can declare them immune some parents say they will Cut Sli Uit to Weir children s a education if or. Dixon insists upon burned a year is now out. Officials of the Enterprise mines rear Shamokin which have been on fire Over a year now belie to the Blaze to he out. W. L. Council a. Company of Scranton own the mines and it is estimated that Coal Worth $100,000 has been . P. Baker critically Iii. A. P. Baker of Rush township who has been critically ill for some time suddenly became worse last evening. 1 or. Baker is seventy five years of to Penitentiary. Sheriff George Maiers Aud party who took David Barrett Elmer Halderman and John Seitz to tiie Penitentiary of monday returned Home yesterday morning. The prisoners who were sentenced by judge Staples last week were All safely landed in the Eastern Penitentiary a David Barrett to serve twelve years for assault Aud Battery with intent to Rob and assault and Battery with iut Edt to kill Elmer Halderman to serve six years for assault Aud Battery with intent to Rob and John Seitz to serve two years for conveying instr meets to prisoners to Aid them in making escape. The party left Danville on the 7 53 p. Amp r train monday morning and made the trip to Philadelphia without incident. None of the prisoners for a Muro it lost their bravado and not withstanding the gloomy prospects before them seemed Light hearted Aud cheerful. Barrett who had been pardoned oat of the Penitentiary As late As last Spring after a Long term of imprisonment was the ouly Oue of the three who had any adequate idea of what a separate Aud solitary confinement at Labory a really implies. As soon As he entered the Penitentiary he was warmly greeted of every Side by those who had formed his acquaintance during his former imprison input. Sheriff Maiers had As his assistants during the trip Joseph ii. Kalins of Anthony township d. B. Heddens and John Cooper of this . Arney installed. Rev. W. J. Arney who succeeds Rev. A. B. Herr As pastor of the presbyterian churches at pottsgrove Aud Mooresburg was formally installed tuesday afternoon and evening. The installation at pottsgrove took place tuesday afro Noou. The services were held at 2 30 o Olock tiie cozy presbyterian Church being filled of the occasion. The Sermon was delivered by tiie Rev. George h. Hemingway d. Of blooms arg the charge to the pastor by the Rev. W. T. L. Kieffer d. D., of Milton and the charge to the people by the Rev. Or. Poster of Watson town. The installation at Mooresburg took place at 7 30 p. In., the presbyterian Church at that place also being Well filled. Rev. Or. Hemingway preached the Sermon. Rev. W. G. Motor Mai a d. D., of this City delivered the charge to the pastor and Rev. S v. Bedick Iau of Washin Touville the Shargo to tie people. The services were very interesting the Mosio being a feature worthy of Especial mention. At the close a reception to tie pastor and mrs. Arney was la elem in tie Leot lire room of i lie Church. Refreshments were served. The present is tie first time that a a Iii was Ever installed at the to Resburg presbyterian Church. Here Lorn the pastor installed at pottsgrove merely supplied moors by i g. Rev. A. B. Herr accepted a Call at Halstead Aud left for that Field last a duly. Rev. W. J. Arney the new pastor formerly filled a charge at port Allegheny. He is a married Man with several grown up children Aud will a reside at pottsgrove. Tiie Fortieth Anoual teachers Institute of Montour county will open monday december -1th in the Hijii school room and continue until Prill by december 8th. The following Institute commile. S litre been appointed by county superintendent Derr executive. Charles w. Derr u. L. Dorily . W. Taylor resolutions a. C. Madden Bertha Schell e a. Coulter Katheryn Wagner and Wiilie James auditor Chilos Hartman Mabel Robinson and Edwin Poust enrolling clerks Lovd Ken rain and Guy Mowrey Tinc keepers e. Sub sure and Clyde Taylor. A program Shioli comes fully up to the Standard set in former years Lias been arranged Aud is Given in full below. Monday december 4th. Enrolment court House 10 a. In. To 12 m. 2 of of ook p. M. in High school auditorium invocation Rev. J. E. Hutchison music Institute. Some underlying principles in teaching Charles h. Albert. Music d n. I Ellenbacher. Tiie Roa Parps be of the school l e. Mcginnes. Tuesday december 5th. I a. M Chapel Rev. Joseph e. Guy. The Central thought in literature in All the grades l. E. Mcginnes inter Mission. Music d. N. Dieffenbache. Underlying principles continued Charles h. Albert. 1 30 of clock p. M. Music Institute. The order of elementary i Marne Tiou Charles h. Albert. Intermission. Music d. N. Dieffenbache. The Concrete in moral training l. E. Mcginnes. Wednesday december 6th, 9 a. M. Chapel Rev. John Sherman. Intermission. Musio instructions. N. Die Fau Baulier. Five important Steps in tie teaching process Charles h. Albert. The nature of the teaching process r. M. Mcneal. 1 30 of clock p. M. Music Institute. Map drawing what How when of Arles h. Albert. Intermission. Musio d. N. Dieffenbache. School government r. M. Mcneal. 7th,9 a m Chapel Rev. C. Leroh. Primary pupils profitably employed l. E. Mcginnes. Intermission. Music d. N. Dieffenbache. Five important phases of education Charles h. Albert. 1 30 o clock p. M. Music Institute. Commercial geography Charles h. Albert. Intermission. Music d. N. Dieffenbache. Points prom a superintendent s note Book l. E. Mcginnes. Friday december 8th, 9 a. In. Chiapel o. P. Johnson. Hold your ground l. E. Mcginnes. Music d. N. Dieffenbache. Intermission. Report of committees. Learning obedience diaries h. years of wedded life. Or. Aud mrs. A. J. Good who reside on Bloom Road in Mahoning township yesterday celebrated to Weir fiftieth wedding anniversary. Or. And mrs. Good Are among our most widely known and highly esteemed residents. To Weir Golden wedding aroused a Good Deal of interest in the neighbourhood and congratulations were showered non them. Pleasant addresses suitable to the occasion were made by Rev. Joseph e. Guy Rev. C. Ler Cli Aud miss Louisa Rudy. Recitations were rendered by Edna Aud Alda Shultz a number of handsome presents were received by or. Aud mrs. Good which were most highly appreciated Aud will be treasured As mementos of tiie Golden wedding. A sumptuous dinner was served. Among those present were mrs Daniel of Rndy mrs. John j. Smili Aud miss Louisa Rudy of Sunbury or. Aud mrs. Hugh d. Rupert mrs. Alfred Low of Catawissa Rev. Joseph e. Guy and wife. Rev. Charles d. Ler Cli William l. Gonger or. Arid mrs. Jacob Miller or. And mis. J. L. . And mrs James Shultz or. Aud mrs. Harvey Shultz or. Aud mrs. Jacob Shultz misses Edna and Alda Sholtz mrs. Laura Krumtum mrs. Elias Lyon or. Aud mrs. Michael Breckbill mrs. Susan col mrs. W. C. Heller mrs. Ross harder mrs. Hannah Morrison mrs. Philip Keller mrs. Anttony Diehl or. And mrs. Horace Bennett of Danville. Rirs. J. S. Simonton. Mrs. Lioio Utomi wite of Rev. J. S. Simonton formerly pastor of Grove Preshy Theriau Church but who is now preaching at Collinsville a. A. Spent sunday in this City As the guest of mrs. Boyd Bloom Street. Her daughter miss Elizabethi Simonton arrived in this City monday and accompanied tier Mother Home. The boy who Loans around a Pool room smoking cigarettes Iii become the Man who sits on the court House coping cursing Fortune for passing Tim by. Job printing the offic of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at ail times to execute in the neatest manner. Job printing of All kinds and description Jill years the jewish congregation of this City Oil Friday evening at its Temple will celebrate with the regular Sabbath evening service the commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the settlement of the jews in the United states. Preparations have been made for a most impressive service. The Best Talent have promised to Weir Active Aid and Public speakers of renown and clergymen Well known will help to make the service a Success while beside the usual Temple choir mrs James Scarlet will sing one or two Solo. The Keystone doable male Quartetti will also sing composed of messes. J. W. Swarts Joseph Ephlin o. C. Ritter Jacob Aten Leonard Folk w. R . R. Schilling Aud Jesse Shannon. Rabbi Joseph Zeisler has the affair in baud and will conduct the services to which the general Public is cordially invited. The program for the evening will be the regular Sabbath evening service conducted by the rabbi and aided by the regular Temple choir As far As to the adoration. Hymns by a doable Quartetti of citizens. Invocation of the commemoration service by the Rev. Or. M. Foj. Shindel pastor of the Pino Street lutheran Church. Hymus by a double Quartetti. A a historical outline of the jewish emigration to the United states and their present activity a by Habbi Joseph Ziesler. Solo by a gifted lady Singer. Address by Hon. James Scarlet. Hymns by a doable Quartetti of citizens. Address by the Rev. E. B. Dunn pastor of the United evangelical Church. Hymns by a double quartet to of citizens. Continuation of the Sabbath evening service by the rabbi aided by the Temple choir. Congregation and choir joining in a my country a tie of Benediction by the Rev. John Sherman pastor of the first Baptist Church. The address by rabbi Joseph Zeisler will give historical data to show that jews accompanied Columbus in his voyage of discovery and that the expenses were defrayed by the Money of jews. Their traditions ran Back to the earliest Days of our coup try a history and so they claim they Are in the strictest sense of the term to be class Odas a Meribau pioneers Aud As Active participants in the up building of our nation. It will be an evening of interesting data of to Weir Early privileges Aud restrictions the emigration of jews to this share and also to this City their charitable institutions and philanthropy activity in the Fields of science Art literature Aud the Learned professions to Weir stau ling in Commerce and Iran facture and in the financial world and their Stait and future in the Field of agriculture. In accordance with the Resolution carried at the ministerial meeting held by the clergy of this City at the rooms of the y. M. C. A. Last monday november 20th, to the effect tit a Ali asks giving collection be taken up in the churches of the different denominations on the occasion of the services preceding the thanksgiving Day rabbi Zeisler has decided to Call for a Nickel contribution at this service which collection will be presented by the rabbi Asau offering of his Temple at the Union thanksgiving Bervice held under the auspices of the ministerial which the rabbi is a member. The thanksgiving offerings Are then presented to the ladies benevolent association of this City. It will be an evening of uplifting Aud prayer. No special invitations will be issued everybody is Welcome. Services at 7 p Trees for ties. The Pennsylvania Railroad company has a Small army of agriculturists at work planting Trees on the various tracts of Laud which the company is converting into forests. It is the intention to put in about 800,000 Trees each year. This Spring 200.000 Trees were planted which leaves about 600,000 yet to be a lasted. The company has been planting Trees since 1902. So far there has been planted 477,295 Trees. The places where the Forest Are to be Are at Vineyard Quarry Ville Pomeroy a Toleu Vintage Yeaman , Middletown All of the Philadelphia division Aud Newton Newport Hamilton Aud Eyre on the Middle division. The annual consumption of tie9 of the Pennsylvania Railroad system East of Pittsburg Aud Erie for repairs ouly is about 3,000,000. The latter being about the average Una Unity used every year for repairs in the past ten years i to this should be added 500,000 used annually for new work. At the pre seut rate of consumption the available Supply of the present Timber used especially White Oik and yellow pipe will be depleted to a serious degree before Many years Aud that the time is now Ripe for the railroads to consider the question of what coarse they Aro to pursue in the future. In order to Supply the entire needs it is figured that the continuous use of 152 Square mile9 of ground would be tiie Navy Edward f. Reynold esq., Lias a turned to Dauville after serving a four years enlistment in Uncle Sam a Navy lie Bas seen a Large part of the Globe and has had a Rich and varied experience. His four years absence a wrought but Little change. He is looking exceedingly Well indicating that life in the Navy agrees with him. Or. Reynolds enlisted As a machinist. He seved of v trios vessels and with the exception of a months spent on the North Atlantic during his enlistment lie was Ernie aug on the Waters of the Asiatic station. The latter station embraces not Only chinese and japanese Waters but also the philippine islands. What adds Especial interest to or. Reynolds experience in the Navy la the fast that he was stationed in the far East during the great Couf Liot Between Japan and Russia. His vessel was within five Miles of port Arthur and inside of the firing line while the dreadful bombardment was on in which the japanese reduced that Well nigh impregnable fortress. He is therefore one of the comparatively few eyewitnesses that exist of the greatest naval feat Ever performed in history. Or. Reynolds among other interesting out of the Way Palajea visited Vladivostok the port which formed a Bone of Contention Between the japanese Aud russians. His description of the place which no attempt will be made to reproduce Here is very interesting the population being a mixed on in which americans Are a rising and aggressive element. Our town Man kept a diary while in the Navy which will prove of in Erett to his friends Aud of value to he Oael As time wears on. Whether in storm or Calm whether in Days of Mou Vony or when stirring scenes were witnessed every event was faithfully chronicled each Day. Attly a expiration of his enlistment or. Reynold w is chief machinist. He a not yet decided whether he will re enlist or nor. Hunting stories Are 1 than game More plentiful the Spring los pectin. Preparations Are already under Way among the companies of the National guard of for the annual Spring inspection which for thu local company will occur Early this year and be particularly rigid. The 1906 Spring inspection will begin Java urn 15th, and the 12th will be the first regiment of the brigade to be inspected which indicate that Oom Pauy f will be inspected very soon after the Middle of january. While the orders for the inspection have not As yet been received by Captain Gearhart it is known from the general disposition to raise the Standard of efficiency in the guard that tie approaching inspection will be the most rigid in the history of the Cergau Iza Tion. Especial attention is to be Given to the knowledge and duties of the non commissioned officers heretofore the appoint meets of such was made in most cases because of per a a Oual favouritism but now they will receive their appointments Only after a most rigid competitive examination. This step Lia been tit feel. As it has been shown repeatedly that the strength of a military organization depends almost but Only non the efficiency of its noncommissioned officers. The inspection will follow oat the line of squad duty a was shown in the ius Photioo of last Spring. For this Rea of every noncommissioned officer will have to he conversant with All the duties of a squad Leader and be Able to Drill such in its entirety. The inefficiency in guard duty at the recent suspect to i at Camp was probably caused by too much attention being Given to the changes in the regulations. This failure must be pc fitted at the coming inspection at which time guard duty will Divide the attention of the Insp Ting officer. The Attu Lance at a drills throughout the state has be n v by lax and has caused the company commander so much to raiment that the matter has been taken up by adj Pant general Stuart with the remit that re ent orders show that absentees will be summarily dealt with. The local company has been ordered to Drill twice a Weka tuesday and thursday evenings a until further notice. The company has recently lost two corporals Horace Hahn who enlisted in the United states army and Theodore g. Fischer whose enlistment has expired. These Vaca Ucles must be filled before inspection. The command is also Short tour men from the maximum strength. These will be recruited As it is the desire of the local commander that company f have its full quota on the floor the night of Snow heavier than Ohe Inch. George Hartman of heading who has a reputation As a weather Prophet. Predicts that there will be no Snow fall this wit r heavier than one Inch. As the basis for this belief lie said a it is rare that we have a sum Meriu this climate that no does two crops of vegetables such was the summer of 1905. When it occurs it is followed by a mild Winter. The sum Mer of 1877 produced two crops of vegetables and there was very Little show the next Winter. The weather this Winter will to very similar to that of 28 years ago. A Only the successful Hunters Are heard from. The other Fellows Arentt saying a word

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