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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 27, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaA Home paper a for the Home no circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly it will you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 Puryear do. Sikying ii. Jennings v a a it 1st. Office hours 9 a. .1/. To i .11 m St. I t. .11, to a t. M. Annville a. Y. Q a ii Ultz 1. O. 42 a Mil t St., 1 . A. A a gases of the stomach a it us intestines a spin Salt v i k. W. I. , dentist or kick is m11.1. Sti Kkt. Teeth Kex the Lcy will a Crow ii Natl Uriel 1-njn. Work a specially. I ii in in wit i tin in lest Mill most Lustre Eiith Mill a. I in a in Ese Niue the most difficult work. Or. C. Ii. Reynolds a dentist a office opposite Boston store Danville a. Dentistry in All its branches. Charges moderate and All work guaranteed established 181,2. Conch Seii news. The Iii 1 Batt-1� wit i Turkey will be waged today. Banners arts at work on their fall butchering. December weddings will soon he announced. Hunters Are becoming As scarce As the game. It will be the Barber s turn at to foot bal list after today. Council magic candidates Are already beginning to build their fences. Let no one be deceived. Winter will be Here in due time. Commencing with today the Public schools will be closed until monday december 8th. With fair grazing and plenty of fodder Farmers and dairymen report Many cows going dry now for inexplicable reasons. Many milk dealers Are Short in their Supply. Pupils in the schools Are anticipating the vacation of Institute week. Assistant Road Foreman of engines have been appointed on the Reading Road. Edward has accepted a position with the Pennsylvania Telephone company As solicitor in this territory. Christmas goods Are already being displayed in Large quantities. The spawning season is now on at the Salisbury hatchery near Allentown the Only one in this Section of the state. It is expect cd that 2,500,000 Trout try will to ready for distribution next Spring. Some people work harder too keep from working than they would have to work to earn a living. Berwick will have free postal delivery on december 1. Coal is still being delivered in half ton lots. The vault for tie Peoples Bank in the opera House Block i it fast nearing completion. The Harvest of death reaped by the West indies volcanoes Lias been a heavy one. Work was started monday of the new episcopal Church which will he erected in the flourishing town of Berwick. The germ theory has obtained a firm foothold in Buffalo where an attempt is being made by the authority it to enforce sanitary regulations in lie Barber shops by Way of a beginning in the movement to prevent the spread of contagious diseases. A to sorial artist of italian descent Lias been fined for making a single Towel do duty on the faces of two of Bis customers. This wholesome precaution should b rigidly enforced wherever the Bathe plies his Trade. Miss Irene Lins returned ouday evening to Milton after a pleasant visit at the Home of mrs. Harry Klasic water Street. In making your plans for Christmas do not leave out the Little tots of poverty to whom Santa clan is n stranger. A bracing walk on the Mountain Side in tins weather is a Good inv in orator. The Danville defenders will play at Catawissa on saturday december it and Jill Endeavor to even things up with hat team. On december 11th the Lackawanna Railroad will sell round trip tickets o new York cite at regular one Way Are plus 11.00. Tickets Good on All Rains going december Lluli and re turning up to and including december a the. Harry frees Foreman of repairs for the Lackawanna Railroad is preparing install a new pattern of switches in in Yards at this Pla Ltd about sixteen i All will be put in and the old ones led for repairs at other Points. The first National Bank of this to has notified its patrons that it ill henceforth interest on time posits. Job printing. Till a this co i Norv wit i nfv1- it to Lilly trek until it supplies All of its it in demands Veitii its c a Lodi a ions a Hunting of Ali kinds and do script n vol. 47-Mo is. Danville pa., till its by november 27. It >02. Est \ pushed in �?�9 \ j will hit ii Maud Hendy an and Winnie Flanag in two Young girls of Scranton who Parent left Home without their Oon i Taforo is to be revived by Home Talent in this City. It will be presented under the auspices of the Soldi Erst Monument committee and rehear sent Wen taken into custody by tin Sals will begin in a week or so Stime. Police last evening the soldiers Monument fund Lias not grown As rapidly As was anticipated although a few handsome subscriptions have been received lately. Some ten thousand dollars will to re Public Sale. Or. C. Shultz will offer for Sale in slav dec. 18th. At 10 a. In., Bis �?�11 improved farm containing 110 res and personal property in Ley township. This is a very desire property. Machinery and simple Ute new and in Good condition. Quire to build a Monument such As contemplated and probably two thirds of tins amount still remains to he raised. The work of soliciting seemed to lag during the latter part of the summer but the committee have now gone to work with fresh vigor and an hopeful of raising the Money required Between this and next memorial Day. Soliciting will be pushed As rapidly As possible and other Means will he employed for raising Money. Among the latter will be a presentation of Pinafore which will take place about Washington a birthday. Among the performers will he a number who took part in the Well remembered production of this comic opera in 1870, Twenty Throe years ago. Danville Talent then As in later years distinguished itself and our Pinafore became immensely popular local Talent playing to crowded Bouses not Only in our own town for Throe nights but also in Shau Vokin Hazleton Bellefounte and lock Haven. In addition to those who took part in the former production the very Best of other local Talent will to selected for the cast and chorus. There will be an orchestra of 12 pieces and a chorus of fifty voices the whole production being under tin direction of prof. Gomer Thomas who had charge of the opera when it was presented the last time. Professor Thomas is recognized As an Able musician eminently successful in drilling Large choruses As was demonstrated not Only when Pinafore was first presented hut also in tin presentation of Queen Esth last summer. It is the intention of the committee to rout a suitable room and to proceed with the rehearsals As soon As possible. There is an abundance of time for several rehearsals Between tin present and Christmas. Thanks giving Assembly. The thanksgiving Assembly held last evening under tin auspices of Danville Lodge no. 754 b. P. O. Elks was one of the most successful affairs Ever Given in this City. Aside from Flie Large number of dancers there was Good sized audience present attracted by the magnificent decoration the excellent concert a and the euchre. The Many Beautiful gowns worn by tin ladies tin numerous coloured lights and the general ensemble made the scene one not soon to be forgotten. The concert began at 8 15 and the excellent numbers on the program wore greatly appreciated. The music was of the Best. Dancing commenced at it of clock. Those who did not dance played euchre until the lunch hour which was at 11 15. The first Ball of the elks was a grand Success and As it is to to an annual Iff air it will be looked Forward to with much interest each season. On the committee were Edward f. Williams Ralph Kisuer esq., Thomas Murray or. Harry sober and Arthur h. Woolley. Eur goo of Hara a Jieru tended the decorating committee and Herbert Wyle directed the orchestra. May vote on sewerage. Owing to the persistent agitation of sewerage for the Borough some of the More conservative members of Council an in favor of submitting the question to our citizens to vote upon at the Spring Al Hon. This would in a Mccasun obviously fair to All and it would a a interesting to note the result the claim is made with a Good Deal of Confidence that a majority of the people want sewerage. There is a sentiment in favor of general improvements in the Borough including some Street is claimed is accessory in order to place the Borough abreast with other towns of its size lust where the preponderance of sentiment lies however As regards the latter could Only to determined by a vote As in the Case of sewerage. Rabbi Mayer re elected. At a meeting of the b be Zion congregation held at the jewish synagogue on East. Front Street sunday afternoon Rev. Adolph Mayer of this City was re elected rabbi for the fourteenth consecutive term. Besides conducting a German and hebrew school in this cite Rev. Mayer also conduct a Mission at blooms Burg. A Large number of the congregation reside at that place which makes the Mission there a very import ant part of his work. Tie largest part of the Bloomsburg people were in at Tendance at the meeting in id Here yesterday. The congregation also voted to make improvements at the synagogue and at the jewish cemetery in this place. May play in California. The in Knell team May take a trip a airing the holidays that will make them the envy of the other Eastern t ams. The Leland Stanford University of California the champions of the far West want a representative Eastern foot Hall team to meet them on their own grounds on Christmas. It being impossible to secure one of the big four Bucknell Lias been chosen the Heuclin girl is sixteen years of age and her companion a year younger. They Are both Well and comfortably dressed and have the appearance of belonging to Well to do families. They seem to be without Money and were obliged to solicit food and lodging from persons charitably inclined. Their movements attracted the attention of the police who came to the conclusion that they needed Protection. The girls were Given a hearing before Justice of the peace Bare about 7 o clock. They said they came to this City for the purpose of obtaining work acknowledging however that they left Scrant m without their parents consent or knowledge. Each in reply to a question was emphatic in the assertion that she was Well treated at Home and Lia i no reason for leaving the parental roof. The Justice directed my officers to hand the t to girls Over to the sheriff. Tiny a seemed quite amused As they arose and followed my officers in All probability Little realizing that ten in destination was the county jail. The girls say they reside in Providence a suburb of Scranton. The father of the younger girl i Daniel Flanagan 524 Theodore sir it. Justice Bare will com my n i cat a w Titi him this morning and inform him of tin whereabouts of the girls. F. It. Hartman proprietor of the silk Mill yesterday had a very novel thanksgiving Surprise in store for his employees some three Hundred in number. I deposited to tin credit of each one of Bis hands one Dollar in the Danville National Bank and As a thanksgiving greeting last evening banded each boy and girl working for him a Bank Book showing the Dollar deposited to their credit and accompanied by a printed slip explaining that in had secured permission from the Bank for the employees at any time to make additional deposits of ten cents or More. The slip further explained that or. Hartman in his boyhood Days out of a salary of two dollars per week managed to finally accumulate the sum of or. And mrs. Edward Yorks of Central spoilt sunday with relatives in this City. Howard Clark of Bloomsburg spent sunday with ii is parents or. And mrs. A. R. Clark South Danvila. C. B. Zimmerman of a wishing spent sunday in Danville tin guest of a. B. Grubb on West Market Strei t. William Sunbury spent sunday with Bis parents on Bloom Street. Miss Bessie drum seller spent sunday with friends in Sli Mokin. Mrs. George Sandel is visiting friends in Berwick. Diaries Campbell and wife of Sun Bury spent sunday with Danville friends. George Francis and a on Harry o a a i i Dollar with which he opened an a Coffeyville Kansas Are guests at tin account in a Hank. He believes in the habit of methodical saving and trusts that each and every account started with tin Dollar presented May grow to a substantial nest egg which May he of greatest value at some future time. The slip concludes by Happy thanksgiving and adding Hope that circumstances May Enath or. Hartman each year to Aid Bis pm Plyes in their efforts to save Money. U May realize $200 on Turkey dinner. The ladies auxiliary held a regular meeting at tin y. M. O. \. On saturday night. Tin re was a Largi attendance present. Reports were received from nearly All the ticket Sellers. Allowing for the few that still remain to be Beard find the ladies of tin auxiliary feel confident that with All Bill paid they will have about two Hundred dollars As net profits of the Turkey dinner. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted resolved that the ladies auxiliary of the y. M. C. A. Return thanks to or. John b. , special caterer for Bis valuable services at the recent Turkey dinner to or. Eugene of Hara for decorations to or. Wellington Rote for use of stove to the morning news for the Liberal use of its columns to the merchants for their generosity to Rin Public pm their patronage and to All who assisted directly or indirectly to make the supper a Success. Alarm of fire saturday night. A fire Al term caused by a burning Chimney on upper Mulberry Street about 5 of clock saturday evening brought out tie entire fire department. The flumes were extinguished in a few minutes without the Aid of the firemen. The latter however were a never More prom t and had tin Fin i been of such proportions As to require their services they would have been on the spot in time to do very Good work. The fire is attributed to to use of soft Coal which causes a thick coat of soot to accumulate in chimneys. Since the Anthracite strike bituminous Coal Lias been in pretty general use in some parts of the Borough and Chimney fires May he expected to occur frequently. A second Fin occurred saturday evening in a Bouse nearby where soft Coal is used but was extinguished with Little difficulty or excitement. Goldsmith elks Ball a horses Odd caper. Mrs. Charles Reich who resides above Boyds station on saturday morning drop Down to this City but was obliged to walk Home. Tie Livorsi. Which was hitched to a Spring Wagon was a docile looking animal with a reputation for Good behaviour. Mrs. Reich tied tin animal on Kerry Street in the neighbourhood of Centre Street. While sin \\4is absent the horse became restive. H. Began to kick and soon bad the dash Board reduced to splinters. When officer Voris found him later on lie had both Hills of tin1 shafts broken and in is bind legs were fast in the platform Springs. At mrs. Reich a direction the off r took tin horse. And Wagon to Kelly a Black Neitli shop for repairs while the woman Start <1 on her Long walk homeward to report tin damage. Toward evening her husband came to town and took the Buirse and Wagon Home. Mrs. Jolt Jones injured. Mrs. John tones Gross Street while walking across Walnut Street near her hone it Bort by after i of clock Friday night was run Down by a two horse team and quite painfully injured. John Jones in describing tie Accident stated that la was with his wife and that tin Street seemed Clear Vlin they started to Cross but that or. Shultz a bus driven by Emery Shultz a inn i rotting along and he a fore ii is wife con id get out of tie Way j she was knocked Down by one of the horses Ami thrown under tin animal s feet. Matones Law to 11is wife a res cult and called her out from under the horse just in time to prevent the wheel from i aiming Over her. She is a Juitt badly Hurt about the hip. Shamokin merchants Start company. Tic my Rabants a Roth a Tive association of Shamokin acting in accordance with the <1 Cisin reached at tin last state Convent Ion Ltd to tin la iness men at Scranton has organized an i surant company. Tin Coli cd in will not Only include the business limn of slip Niokian but All \ Roper to owners of Northumberland comity who May wish to join t in company. Persons High in authority of tie god Umbria n Montour electric railway jo., say the trolley line Between Danville and Halo Vaisburg will be built the coming year. Rio Lisburg Gate Wissa and b a who a Are United by tin trophy. Tie construction of this Road would Teml t bring Folio Rural part of Montour in <1��-t touch with Danvila Plain spa aka i Quot the sods of Avery and Hart a pair of coloured comedians whose ability As dispensers of comedy is Well known throughout the land apr year this season at the head of their own company and will appear at the opera House on Friday evening in Williams and walk or s Ruai remedy Success a the sons of the production is Bright from beginning to end moving with a spirit that Well make it a Model for Many companies a if White skinned comedians. Songs and choruses which Are Given with much swing vigor and volume follow each other ill Juick succession and dancing and cake walking Are furnish cd As a matter of course. Avery and Hart who Are known in the play As Tobias Wormwood and Hearty Lauglin or provide the greater part of the fun making. They Are a pair of Side tickle i that cannot fail to make an impression. The one droll pugnacious a and inclined to come out the Little end of the Horn tin other Beig of a Lively scheming Natii. Tho choruses and a Bartett sin in Are of a finished order end the scenery and costumes undoubtedly the most attractive a Var seen. Home of John fronts to or. And mrs. J. Sweisfort went Phil add 1 i i i a yes t a i Day. A. J. Lesiger transacted business in Berwick yesterday. Misses Ethel and Marion Schwartz wishing All a of Plymouth Are guests at the Home i a hush Yerrick Ltd a we St Mahoning Street. Mrs. Nellie Vastino of Catawissa attended the elks Ball in this City last evening. Or. And mrs. Simon Dubois attended tin this City Hist evening. William Hunt Albert Dreifuss and Arthur he dds is of this City attend de the Americus Hall at Sunbury last evening. J. Tyler Oberdorf and he Rbert Wyle will assist the orchestra at the thanksgiving a so a Melv in Catawissa Lii evening. Mrs. Harriet Kauffman Mill Street returned hone from Phil a a la Labia last evening. William Gummings who built the new Centre Street Bridge left for go Lumens Limo yesterday morning. W. L. Hufford of Wilke Barre was in this City yesterday. L. W. Culver of Nauf Cooko had business in Danville yesterday. William Burrell of Shamokin transacted business in Danville yesterday. Edward a Zec Lowicz of Pittsburg arrived in this City yesterday to spend thanksgiving. T lure Iier Mcmahan of Philadelphia is visiting Bis Mother on sprue Stiv t. Mrs. William Manning of East Danville went to sunburn a a St Day morning. A. I use no 1111 to Sun lighting Castle Grove. John Jones w. D. Wilson r. J. Webb and w. Tangert of Philadelphia expert electricians Are installing improvement a in the lighting of Castle Grove. The mansion in every part is being a wired according to an approved and expensive method. Instead of stringing tin wires along tin Walls and ceiling inside tin apartments where visible they Are run in conduits under the floors where out of sight. This gives the grand building the Benefit of electric Light without the usual a i Liguz iut it of Walls that goes with such lighting. The electricians who have already been at Castle Grove some four weeks will be occupied there about three weeks longer. Express rushed. Business at tie i express companies has Incie As 1 perceptibly on account of the thanksgiving Day Rush. Squire Bare entertains. J. P. Bare the genial Justice of the peace who resides on lower Mulberry Street gave a social in Honor of his Comrade or. Phillip Manning of Rock Island Illinois. Or. Manning was a former resident of Valley township and enlisted in Trio second Pennsylvania Volunteer infantry at tin same Timo that Squire Bare enlisted and also served throughout the civil War with tin squirt. Ulary no Price John Marshall John Mcclure r. W. Eggert All members of the same regiment and j. O. Patterson of this City were the guests. Harry c. And in Rotrude Bare a a pertained the guests with some very i rightful music. Of Lisq Bury yesterday. Mrs. W. F. A lilt of Washington Ville w it to Sunbury a Sterdy a. Miss Claire Gross of Bloo Insburg spent a St Day afternoon in Danville. I. Mary Jameson of Plymouth is visiting mrs. Samantha anti Sou West Mahoning Street. Or. And . J. Rogers Are spending thanksgiving with their daughter mrs. S. V. Border at Williamsport. Miss Sallie Valitie of pottsgrove visited Fri no in this cite yesterday. Trap drummer j. C. Wiser of san Hnry assisted the orchestra at the armory last evening. Theodore Kimbel of South Danville rent to Sunbury a Stern Lav. Mrs. Charles of this City went to Sunbury yesterday morn aug. William Foster of Smith Foster in company Philadelphia was in town yesterday. District attorney elect Ralph Kis nor wont to Scranton yesterday of i turn you. Theodore ii. Angle attended tin Anu Rio us club dance in sunburn last evening. Bigler Moyer West. Mahoning Street who is employed in Milton arrived in this City last evening to a it Enid to links giving with Bis family. H. C. Cornelius of Sunbury was in this City yesterday. Harry Simons of Wilkes Arr is spending a few Days in this City. Joseph Patton returned from a trip to Scranton yesterday. Edward ammo Man a student at Dickinson College Carlisle is visiting at the Home of his Mother mrs. Jesse Ammerman Mill str or. Prank Schreyer of Milton transacted business in this City yesterday. Ariu Aud Wyle of new York is visiting his parents Cross keys place. Or. Ami mrs. William Cook Are spending thanksgiving with friends in Lewisburg. Mrs. William Nields Ami Dau Glitz is Hazel and Margaret of Shamokin a rid in this City last evening for a visit at tie Home of a. F. Spitler front Street. Mrs. W. I. Laumaster accompanied by her Mother mrs., Mary Herman arrived in this City from York last evening. Mrs. Rib orca Brown of Milton w Illiam John and mrs. Edward John of Scranton attended the funeral of Thomas Arthur Evans in this City yesterday. A. H. Grom transact d la Isiu is in s u n 1 in by Vest Day. Miss Elizabeth Ziolo Zibach will leave today for a visit with her Brothers William and Joseph zip Hubeli in Elizabeth a. J. The school Board monday night to it it it a final act Ion on tin question of changing tin hour at which pupils May a nth a the sri tool Ali r. Port of tin special committee appoint to it Confer with the teachers and deciding that the present rules fixing the hour at 8 30 o clock it a it continued in Force. The question has Boon very energetically agitated for a month past Many of the director. Seemed to re Gar Lihn rules at pre ent in fore., which prohibit pupils from entering the school grounds until s �0 o clock a a very hard and unjust restriction and Ido rated changing the hour to of clock. This they seemed to think a would obviate Tito practice indu. By pupils of loitering about the Street it in proximity to tie school building for if i i hour b Dore the Nell ring which b i. Neoim a great a Noyace i r�side�.�-�?T. The Sprei in committee consisting of 1. J. Keefer w. H. Orth and Jacob Fischer in its a port stated that on tuesday night of last week it had held a meeting in conjunction with Borough sup in Iamb of Gordy and tin four Ward principals. Previous to the me Ting the teachers of each of the four wards held a meeting at which the proposed amendment of rules was fully discussed and the Privi Cirals in advising again to a bang <1 hour voiced the unanimous sentiment of the corps of teachers. Noam could see that the object sought would i gained. It the pupils win permitted to enter tin school ground at it of clock they would in All probability leave Home at 7 and there would Bias much loitering Oil tin it Tret with consequent Aniio Yauwee As before. Insurance on the second Ward school building to the amount a it of sri Onn w. Renewed with Miles Peifer a a Oniu Pany. Tin Secretary read a letter in reply to one from tie superintendent ask in for some information re latin to it in tin state Din a Torso association of which the school hoards Ltd of Danville and tie several Rural i trials of the county have decided to become members. Tin h tier stated that the unit of membership i five Delegate of these tin Bur nigh is entitled to 2 and the Rural districts of tin county to 3. During the of the county Institute tin directors of the county will hold a convention for the purpose of forming a an association and i by time i in a state Convent Ion. A com m uni cat Ion was received from the trustees of the Mahoning piv by Triau a Burch with a it Freue to the action take a at tin last meeting of tin Hoard which took tin trustees to task for driving Over the school grounds in Hunting Coal to the Church. The communication commended the Hoard for its watchfulness and care in looking after the school property a a pressing regret if any harm be done and promising to remove All cause of complaint. Tin following directors Wen present at tin meeting Barber Orth Werk Heiser Harpel Redding Jurry i iter and Keefer. The following Bills were approved for payment american Book co Franklin Boyer. John Dostert a sons Emery Shultz. Frank Overdorf. P. C Murray amp son Robert j. Pm go. Miles pm if ramp co. To a hours and janitors a 2 00 i. 25 4.75 11.55 1.00 1 5.80 27.20 <50.00 14.58 Hale and Hearty at seventy one. David Buckel was in years old Fri-�1 by and the event was cd h rated at his Home Bloom Street by inem hrs of tin family and a few Fri Tuk a line Turkey dinner was served and several Tny Rry hours were spec a by the Gilic is. Or. Nekel Jav hah and Hearty and shows f no Quot signs of his a it. He was Horn in Columbia county and ii i Long he a a a resident of Danvila. He was in the army to lire years and was a baggage master on the Philadelphia amp Reading Railroad for nine years. He was also connected with tin Reading s it a pro is company now the United states of a or five years. For a number of terms he was chairman of the Mon tour county Republican committee. Tin a tue its present at fridays Celebration were mrs. Frank Rice mis. Harvey Rice mrs. A reveling and mrs. Did to tip a of Espy mis fan Iii its Zeppin a is a of nest open a or. And mrs. G. A. Stock mrs. James Yuu Diug and mrs. Otis Knapp or. Of this cite. Clerical tickets on Pennsy. Pursuant to its usual custom the Pennsylvania Railroad co. Will Issue clerical orders for the year 15m 3 to ordained clergymen having regular charge of churches located Oil or near its links. Oler Gymer it Sirius such new shoe shop or hrs should Iii us individual applies lion for sumo on Plauks furnished by Fred held a Long Street is Huil dint the comp nov through its agents. A a new shoe shop adjoining Thomas plications should Roach the general Evans Barber shop. Helias handed Ollio of Tiu company by december 31, the room to formerly occupied in Huso hut orders May to mailed Decca rear Over to Frank Russell who will her i to All clergymen entitled to re use it in connection with his store in chive them. It lie held building. Sunbury hotel changes hands. Chief Burgess f. E i a Mudler ��1 tins the City hotel to Thomas hut Hinson. The chief Burges i going to devote himself to run town and enjoying himself. Hutchinson Lias had Many years Peri Einice in tin hotel business will doubtless keep up tin Standard it acquired under tin a Gomont of tin genial Mavor daily. To or. I a and High 111 111-�d tin do Atli of mrs. Ford. Mrs. Elizabeth m. Ford 100 steel Street died last night about i of clock. The funeral services will be held Friday morning at 8 of clock in St. Josephus Catholic Church. The a remains will leave South Danville on the a 14 train for Montandon where interment will take place. Ignat i tin born Between the first truth Friday night a str it in Gil and in wrong Imp of those re Sidi that till St in suggest a hie which if proximity a the time honoured name a it of Bong a i ready Street which tur a generation or More Lias d fur which la second wards with Friday night a d i oat of existed and i fort i i vill in known As a a Iron to or. David brought up re Matt tin Lue Tiu of Council Friday in to said that there Are Many be who do not know How the str a i be ipod it an i to ten my Roug read3�?� Lias a harsh a Uno Wail people living out of town who add Lotters to that f it might cry at on us to a tin Cliar aet r no there. In urge a he Sechri Steucy and lie n to a Iron Street a appropriate owing to a it carry amp Van Mius a foundry an 1 machine shop and tin of Rutur 1 tubing works. Or. Davi it ii l he l. Vighi tin m Iff r up a to Roqu shot Tho living on and Nar r a i. A s. Mein quotes syk Jakc coinciding with or Divis. A on. Could Sugg St a mor Appio. Re Lam Ami on motion in .1 ended to cling. The name from rough ready san r re Iron Street. Or. Button of the so Cial commit appoint i d at the previous a Ting i t wait upon tie Boroug i solid i a to Ile Tremine the status of affair in a. Borough As relates to sta�is1��l b Gal or Ules mad a r port. Ii a a 1 Tea Robe solicitor acknowledged to him that tin Borough is without Tiv establish d Grad Hgt Declar a that mid r tin it i ill Adria de to further agitate the repair Imp pave my uts. Or. Moi Toni re ask Al com to a a a what the result might i should lie Borough Oil Ign property owners to go to Trio expense a if Laving new tas men to according to Grad available at print which in j lied upon to conflict with tin Tab Lis lied Grade adopted later. For Bippart la thought it was a Good Way to i in Vita Law a i11for damage it. Or. Patton moved Oliai tic Borough at once procure a a top and Bottom Quot Grade and suggest a that it might b a 11 to a in dude a. A i Grade. In this connection be referred to or. Fri can a map and b a uoti Al tie opinion of a townsman an expert in Scult matters to show that africans Bill a might not Lee at All exorbitant if it i the sixteen Miles of str its. Showing i the size of Pip to be used at every Point and Turni cd All the information tie for paving and sewer age. Or Pattou a motion was not ended. President Pastiu agre�-1 that Tii Public demand aug a that something will have to be done a but org d that action 1� Post potion until Spring. Or. Montgomery reported that the rebuilding of the Coati Metal Hose House is completed. Tin Cost Ltd of the improvements is a �?��?~5fi. 15. Tai Iuclud-s25 which was voted to water superintendent p. J. Keefer by Council last night for extra labor in Over a a a ing tin work of a building. Tho following Bills were approved for payment Borough Bills regular employees. 8s2.50 labor and hauling he. 11. B. Patton 1 Elk. 1.00 Petti Bono mfg. Co. 1.30 repairs on City fall 30.13 j. H cold Trumbower amp Werkheiser 25.35 Reading Iron works. Hoover Bros. A a a. 11 Foster Bros. .53 o. B. Sweitzer. 28.01 j6i111 Hixson 10 5.35 j. H. Cole Pursell amp Montgomery Trinity m. E. Church George w. Gurdick Rusli Lugt >11 fire to a. G. Brown Reading Iron a a a a 40 water de a i in ment regular employ a ?115.80 p. Amp r b b. Co 23. Labor of streets 10.00 p. A. Swentko 3.15 Joseph let diner 20.10 John his a a b. Swell 1 Atlantic refining co in Washington Hose a a i a h. B Patten 30.00 explosion in Milton factory. Milton. No a a 2��?T j he explosion to of a steam Hall press in tin fax tor of Llie w. St by in a Hosi by a Pany. Ten a morning caused great exit men. The explosion occurred on the first floor in an apartment where about Twenty live girls and a ilium by re non Are employed. The a a ply Sion was due to tin very High pre sure a of St Aiu in the press. Clem sticker one a of tin tin to pm Plovc in the room who was close to a tin pass when the explosion occurred was badly so Ald cd about tie no k and face. A piece of steel from the bursting machine also pier Al his Eye sgt that altogether Bis Iun Resare ver -. He will recover however. A number of the girls wre also working quite �do�1 to the press win 11 the explosion occurred but they All escaped unhurt. A panic was caused among them however and then was a mad Rush to is each from tin building. My i t until. And that re Jan to tin All the. The town i helping , from a i Piare headway a or any ii q.r-3i . All no a. A a Rob away As a of a very j that a a Rorry Al a luring 3 ing a few charred and h Lars. Pooh twist d mid Tiefu a Uii Dat in a Walls Ai main of tie Home own a in Avenue j. In Riv re a id. At about Al. V. 11 thirty Oil Oak m Jackson had of a a it Iod to in to the re feb Lief of a in Nighbor i Liiv or i Avi boys and .01. In Btu in Nio Tbs old girl at play 111 the Lions. Six a it Lmh a been gone but a try Tew Iii Ute a when a m i Libor or. Frank Eberly of 11 pie. Jul t of w is. A from their Back Nodin step Monid tie Lions and upon looking toward the Jackson bomb was to a a the a tire first floor a Max of frames. Hurrying a to s tin Street Fth worm i it a 41 to la a alarm Ami soot residents of that Pir Tiomi of were on bail ready to land band. The Ehi Idren were f 111 tin Vicinity of the Burn fir gain a to onion ii Mia. If impost file t. Furniture ill Irilli had lie alarm a a a and tin children rescued Many a Sei Nied to burst of m and soon the i stir House Waing fit re Ruma a. To Strong limb Wor As tinder and a within twin minute the supp a Rte we by hie film. S and what remained of the Lions fell Tot lie Gru Tuul totally destroyed in he mean time the of Mottur a. Removed the Eberly re Siden and to la a pm Ople put Forth every to Mvi it from m. Ting a Lik. Fat. A bucket brigade was Forny a d Ami fit. Re a of and sub s of the Lions were kept As wet As hmm dbl. Dev and times their work Eeme Dunson to a Ful but a it need a of a it its and a my re water the place but not pm Fogt re a Tbs a Oniu at tie e a ves bad Bce a slight a burned in a his Wiloh a in by of fit Bou to Day charred. Tin foot that tie re a Little or no wind mowing saved this Boose from being also Burn i to Tbs ground or. Jack Sou who is no played at Curry and Vauban a a was summon and in arrived in tiny to a a a a his let Uit completely Gutta d by tin foam s. Be Side the loss Uji ii the entire goods the totally is troyed House. I a i Uitz a a up ply of a Iglitz a Buslc-1� of potato two barrels of vinegar and Atli a food stuff stored in the House and cellar. Or. Jackson also loss a a very valuable set of machinist s tools a Brand new gun of tin latest Type Ami a no w sewing machine. Tie things with a new porch and several other recent in prvs 11 it Totle House will make the los it Iii twelve Hundred dollars which is Only partially covered by insurance. As to the origin of the fire both or and mrs. Jackson aft at a los a to under it tand. If could hardly have -11 a desert Ivy flue or Soldo us Cal com a a a a the flames Wen red 011 his lir it i floor and mrs. Jan u i is certain that there was nothing u Xun this floor rat would a a ily take fir it 1 hero. A in Percsi Railroad or Ign a 1 with tie a i i a f president Walter Weil Alfry d Walt i who has a a Lent of the Lehigh Valley Ince july 18i>7, and who that office by Cau a of a clash Board of directors of the Roa known Here. He was sup of the Sunbury division of Delphia amp Eric and the six vision of the Northern Cuti Letobar 1, l-ss2. Until August with Uffit car Sunbury. From there in went to Baltimore As go a of sup Rint indent of the Baltimore amp Ovilio lines cast of the Ohio Riv a after leaving the b. Amp o. He went to the 1. Figued to at i Ilion it Tak. a of tin Coal into tests of Coxe Brothers Iti Cludius the Suauu Gemont of their. Sch Railroad. Ii left the Jose s to it a come Lead it flu la High \ Alley sys i i. Chill Railroad i x financial my Railroad Cio be. The present Finan i. 1 a i y it the a High Valley 1 believed to a the a Ause of tie a Liff Rencs said to a a St. I re six Lent Walter in i last annual report for the fiscal year a tiding Jone it1902, recently Imp listed. Onoon a that it would i but a a a Ary to a a a a r some financial plan Lay which funds might be so can a from other sources than from the net earning it the company to meet tin operating exp . Which have fre us Giitl u a 1� of great As to it result in a deficit in to Al of a profit. F a r up. The Advance in wages May a by the Pennsylvania and to la 111 0 by the Reading and other Railroad will �1� he followed by an in reas in freight rates. A11 inability of thru it Al 111 this Sfat to it handle the by in a offered to a them has a Linht la a something to do with this decision. The freight rate Advance will it d a it red suffice to for the incr a in wages. Kush ing work. Work is being rushed Totle furthest degree on the new in a us has a a. Bloomsburg Anil Berwick Railroad ii in i few Days Tuu the work train will in Able to run As far a Monian vill

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