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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 10, 1901, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for tie Home the circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It wit pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year do. In Volmi h. Jennings office hours to yes a emf i. 9 a. A. To n i a m to a r m m 10i mint St. Danville. Do. 1 sell Ltd n o. 425 . St., , in a. Diseases of the Sto Naoh in i intestines a specially d k. W. In. A Elk dentist of pice 21s Mill Street. Mob extracted without pain. Crown Ami Utridge work a specially. Equipped with the latest Ami Moat uni a roed instruments and p re pit ret i i a a a a tithe Inott difficult work. A this coi try will never be entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own Danville 1�a thursday october 10. 11 01. Established in 1855. Vol. 40--no 11. Ii Reading x eleven car loads of heavy Timber now on the Way. Or. C. H. Reynolds office opposite Boston store Danville a. Dentistry in All its branches. Charges moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1892 c0ndhnsh1� new s. Frosty. Many colds. The stove men Are Busy. A Uncle Josh Spruce by to Morrow night. Country roads Are in Good condition for driving. The ice Man is no longer the tyrant. His place has been taken by King Coal. A shut the door a signs Are let eing placed in position. Murray and Mackey s Bon ton ideals Are pleasing Bloomsburg people this week. This attraction will be at the Danville opera House All next week. Jesse Shannon was elected superintended t of the sunday school of St. Peters m. K. Church Riverside on sunday last. The Cool weather of the past few Days will do much towards eliminating the germs of malaria. Harry Ritter John Bruder George Swank and son. Albert were Coon Hunting in red Point hollow thursday night and bagged a Fine big Coon weighing 204 pounds. Charles b. Hanford a admirers in this Day will read with pleasure the an iou Cement that on saturday oct. 12, be will present at the opera House his Rand Scenic Reviva of Shakespeare a the taming of the shrew. A done to forget that Friday oct. 25th, is Arbor Day Ami the teachers and pupils four Public schools Are requested to observe the Day by the planting of Trees and by other suitable exercises. Cupid is now Busy gathering his summer Harvest and his clerical assistants ill soon have All that they can do. At the head of or. Hanford support la company is the Beautiful Young stress miss Helen Grantly concerning Horn so much has been written. Al a Fudy a great Deal of curiosity has been is infested to see her in the role of Atherine. It is with plea ure that we note the d pea Ranee of our townsman Vav. C. Avis on the Street again after his Pajil siege of incs. Now the foot Bab to will take fir get lace in the Public Eye. An elegant hag Stone pavement has Een Laid in front of the residences of Council Jhu Joseph Jones John Patton and j. P. Bare in Jer Mulberry Street. Before Long Hunting yarns will have Toome once More one of the permanent Tures of fall. A number of attractive signs designate the waiting rooms baggage rooms �c., have arrived at the d. I amp w. De it and will soon he Hung in position. Murray and Mackey s Boa ton ideals ill be at the opera House All next Eek. The sunday school room of Trinity Theran Church has been thoroughly notated the Walls being Repa used and pairs re varnished. Martin Landau has been appointed Ecial agent and solicitor for the daily d sunday Philadelphia North Amer in in South Danville. Take in your plants now if you do not int them Nipper by Frost. The Home Gardener is without Ocepa it a for the next six months. Many Danville people will attend the dumb a county fair to Day. Five car loads of heavy Timber so Uch needed in rebuilding have arrived the Reading Iron works tin City in Timber reached Here at 9 of clock i end a evening i i the p. A r r n by. There Are six car Loa is More n e Way which wid in it doubt arrive c a or tomorrow. The work on the w Mill will no doubt Procce a i i j or no delay. The prolonged wait for heavy Timber at the Reading Iron works with its consequent delay in rebuilding it would seem is pretty near at an end eleven carloads of such lumber As is must needed Are expected everyday. The invoices car numbers and Bills of lading have been received at the works but lire cars themselves which have been on the Way since the Middle of last month Piave been sidetracked somewhere in sent in the wrong direction. Tracers have been out and Here is every reason to believe that the cars will turn up ail right in a Day or so. Six masterly discourse at St. Paul s m. E. Church Friday night. The eleventh annual convention of i he Danville District Epworth league came toll close thursday night with the lecture of Rev. S. I Arkes cad Man. I. D., of new York on the subject a the puritans in two continents. The lecture was nothing Short of a master piece. The endorsements by which or. Cadman was heralded were especially Strong and Hal tearing hut As All agree who heard the Leture nothing was overstated. The speaker in breadth of View familiarity with All that relates to his subject Dir ecly or indirectly in his wonderful command of language in eloquence and meanwhile although handicapped the personal magnetism has Seldom if Ever work of rebuilding has been going on. Been surpassed by any lecturer pieced at present forty live men Aie employed aug him in Danville on a Annex to the a Trail shed a 174x35 it was a grand historical Survey of the feet which is being built on the Sou h world from the time of the Renaissance Side of the Mill. The Frame of the Annex in the 15th Century until the present was raided Friday. Noting in detail the Progress of events the unforeseen delay in the arrival of in the religious and civil world As they Timber has caused a Good Deal of regret grew out of the invention of i inti us by tins time the building should have and the general revival of learning been approaching completion. The which followed. Nothing comes by Best that can be hoped for now is that Chance and the Puritan was the Prono further delays will occur so that the duct of the intellects i forces which had new Mill May he under roof before win their birth in the a v it be of tin mid ter rightly sets in. Die Ages. He pin i a tribute to the the Artesian Well was put to a test character of the Puritan. He was a Friday. A Steaki pump with a Patron he said of a Best in Art capacity of 110 Gallons per minute was Best in education Best a e Ilion. The installed on the ground. Pumping he greatest outcropping <1 Puritan Gan at 8 30 in the morning Aud kept up Force he said was seen in i Liam my unceasingly during the Day. Not Kinney the recent occupant of the withstanding the heavy Drain the up White House. Cromwell a War against ply of water revealed no sign of dim the stuarts and our civil War ii de nution and according to indications thus far the Well will prove an important Kaciur in a future water Supply of the Plant. The water Friday morning was very much discoloured by the red shale hut with each succeeding hour it showed up clearer and by evening it revealed Only a slight tace of color. Vote for j. C. Prothonotary. Miller for hared w Ere the same wars by the same race with a breathing spell Between to decide the same questions that of human rights. It is impossible in this Brief notice to do anything he Justice to or. Cadman a lecture. There was plenty of philosophy in it it was full of science. It was elevated Sublime in thought and at the same time full of Little sallies witty and humorous enough to make anyone laugh As in his inimitable Way the speaker scored some of the pet foibles and follies of our time. Miss Harriette r. Woods rendered a these arc they which come a from death of Alex. Wands. Alexander wan is an old and Well known resident of the fourth Vard de parted this Lile on thursday morning gauls oratorio the Ilov City in her about 11 of clock. Or. Wands was born usual masterly style in Scotland seventy six years ago and the t. M. C. A. Male choir of Loouis Etui rated to the s county in 1843. His Burg composed of eleven gifted singers father was a Soldier in the British army whose voices blend most beautifully deserving for a period of seven years in lighted the audience with two Choice the reign of George the fourth. With selections. Three Brothers the deceased served Dur there was a Large audience present ing our civil War. For Many years he comfortably filling the auditorium was a Heater at the Iron works at pres the program thursday morning re ent owned by the Reading Iron com lated to the social department. The and Pany. About four years ago owing to dress of s. W. Dickson of Berwick on advancing years he wj�8 obliged to give the subject of a social work a was an up work. During the year past he has especially Happy Effort been ill his trouble being a Complick the a conference on practical meth Tion of diseases Ine Dent to old age. Ods a conducted by Rev. James c. The deceased who is a brother of miss Chrissie wands Bloom Street is survived by the following children John of near rus blown Alexander at present in Arizona Henry of Tyrone Charles of Berwick and James Mary and Catherine of this City. The wife of the deceased died sixteen years ago. Get out every Republican voter. Old Lodge to be disbanded one of the secret societies Seldom heart of in this City hut nevertheless one of the older and most prosperous on Lermon Lodge no. 32, by Naib Riih will i a the near future he disbanded and the few surviving members merged in the same order in Wilkes Barre. The order by Nai brith d composed entirely of hebrews and besides being a fraternal organization carries with it an insurance and sick benefits. Herman Lodge was organized in 1857 with 32 charter members and included nearly All of the jewish residents at that time. In Grimes of Nescopeck in which a number present participated brought out a Good Many new and useful ideas. Miss Margaret Ammerman rendered a Solo very effectively. W. I. Laumaster gave a Bible Reading Tho texts selected having a bearing upon the subject of a pure religion a or the a religion of Jesus Christ a which contrasted with the religion of Buddha Cou Fuciu and other ancient systems in the Light of the scriptures and Christian experience Are found wholly inadequate to the wants of the human heart and the promotion of moral and spiritual development. At 2 p. M. Rev. J. B. Polsgrove of Hazleton delivered a very practical address on the subject of this was followed with a recitation by miss Olive rank of this City which was very much admired. A very interesting feature of the afternoon was the address of w. A. Hauck of it. Carmel on a Bishop it was a most eloquent Eulogy. Bishop Ninde he said was the greatest Bishop of the latter half of the nineteenth Yeti recent years the advancement of insure Tury Ami William Mckinley the great Ance methods kept younger members est Layman. From joining an i the old members a a conference on practical methods gradually died or moved away. There was conducted by Rev. F. 11. Brun Stet Are but eight members left three of ter of Delano. Those who participated them being non residents. The Lodge were Rev. J. C. Bickel of Meansville rooms Are on Kat front Street opposite the synagogue. The members Are Joseph worm ser of Baltimore my. Abraham Cohen of Cleve Bui i Ohio Samuel Drei fuss of Milton and h. L. Irosa Benjamin Benzbach Gustave Weil Jacob Maier and Simon Dreifuss of this City. Po3t inspection. Goodrich pop it g. A. R.,of this City was Given its annual inspection on monday evening. Inspector c. F. Harder of Hoagland Post no. 170 of Catawissa a command. Me sri George Waters Geog l. Murray and g. W. Kei suy Der of i Atalissa were also in attend ii a after the inspection the visiting gentlemen were tendered a supper at i. B. Mensa restaurant. New dwelling. The new dwelling built by Brick Man it user John Keim on East front get is about completed. It shows up by nicely. It is finished in hard Wood d has All the appointments of a Thor Ghlyn modern dwelling Bath room of heating facilities and cemented liar floor. It will be lighted with Gas d electricity. Or. Keim expects to occupy the House the 25th inst Rev. Klepfer will lecture. Tit it number of the y. M. C. A. Of a no cd a a will he a lecture on tuesday evening it october 22nd. By the Rev. G. Murray Klepfer of Huntingdon. His subject will he a the new spirit for the new Rev. Klepfer was formerly m iss Mary e. Booth of Shamokin Rev. R j. Allen of Riverside and Rev. J. B. Stein of Sunbury. Miss Welsh of the Bloomsburg slate Normal school gave a Reading which was very much enjoyed. Solos were rendered by w. 1. Laumaster Charles Lyon and mrs. Mcclure with miss Nita Moer As accompanist. Or. I. Sumaster gave one of Iii inimitable Bible talks dwelling upon a the qualifications for Christian there is a distinction to be made he said Between a work and work for Jesus Christ. Many Good women he declared Are indefatigable workers when it comes to placing a new carpet in the Church or a Bell in the Steeple but in the work of saving souls they Are dismal failures. What is needed is a love for Christ and a love for souls that love which makes Al work for the master a pleasure and Delight. Officers for the ensuing year were elected As follows president John r. Rote first vice president Rev. J. C. A. A i in a i i i a Bickel second vice president mrs Ltd. Pastor of Trinity Church Tinse Sherwood Thiril vice president s. City and ins talents As a., orator Are w dick9on. Fourtly vice president mrs Well known. K. J. Allen treasurer w. P. Keihnle Telegraph lines repaired. A gang of 13 workmen employed by the Western Union Telegraph company arrived in this Cit y on monday evening and will make their Headquarters at the Heddens House. Extensive repairs will be made Between Bloomsburg Ami Northumberland. Many new poles will he set. Secretary miss Olive Thompson. Junior league superintendent i g. E. Wilbur. Course in dentistry. Beeber vast Ine this City has enrolled As a student in the dental depart a ment of the University of Pennsylvania. I Brief mention of the doings of your friends and acquaintances. Mrs. N. K. Brown of Selinsgrove returned Home sati widay after a visit with relatives in this City. Editor of the Gem Richard w. Eggert and wife returned Home saturday evening from a trip to the pan american exposition. Mrs. Arthur Bacon and daughters Margaret and Beatrice of Harrisburg arrived in this City saturday for a visit at the Home of or. And mrs. F. H. \ Annan South Danville. Or. And mrs. George Waite of Parsons returned to their Home monday evening after a pleasant visit among relatives and friends in this City. Miss Harriet Woods left saturday noon for Elmira n. Y. Miss Minta Shultz Aud mrs. Thomas Vincent returned Home saturday from a visit with friends in Philadelphia. Charles Horton of Philadelphia spent sunday with old friends in Danville. Mrs. Lillian sharpies of this City spent sunday with friends in William port. Foot Ball season opens auspiciously in Danville. The first foot Ball game of the season was played at Dewitt spark on saturday resulting in a Victory for Danville. It was an Ideal foot Ball Day and the attendance was unusually Good. Northumberland won the toss and chose the East goal giving Danville the kick Oil. After the first plunge Northumberland failed to gain by bucking the line and the Ball went Over to Danville. The Ball was then kept in Northumberland s territory for the rest of the half. Maireis made Good gains of 20 and 15 Yards but the Ball was lost on a Fumble and the first half ended neither Side having scored. In the second half the Ball was frequently held for Downs Lunger throwing Northumberland runners several times for losses. Leniger finally carried tie Hall for Large gains and after two Good line plunges by Gross Dougherty took the Hall Over for a touch Down. Corman kicked Aud the score was Danville it Northumberland 0. Northumberland kicked Oft but the bad soon changed hands the game finally .1 former exercises y. M. G. A. Meeting in St. Paul a and Grove churches. Ending with the Ball in n Rel Maniber mrs. Daniel Carey of Philadelph a lands Possession on Danville a 25 Yard id mrs. Ella Cochran of Pottsville a a a be 1�?Thc line up follows and former residents of this City arc spending a Short time with old friends in Danville. They Are guests at the Montour House. Or. Aud mrs. Willis Bice of Santa Anua Grange county California left on their Long journey to the Pacific coast on monday after a two months1 visit with or. And mrs. Wellington Rote and other relatives in this City and county. Miss Amanda share is visiting friends in Shamokin. Mrs. . Davis and mis Harriet Alexander Are the guests Ltd of relatives in Berwick. Mrs. J. Bennett left tuesday for new York it v. Mrs George Cliff and son Frank of Germantown Are guests at the Home of Samuel Bailey East Mahoning Street. A Squire Trio Bias Kerswell of Washingtonville spent yesterday in Danville. Isaac acor of Exchange was in town yesterday. Edward George of Allentown arrived in this City last evening for a visit with friends. Or. George was formerly clerk at the Baldy House this City. Or. And mrs. W. M. Heddens called on friends in Sunbury yesterday. Miss Hart Ian and miss Isabel e Igar visited friends in Sunbury yesterday. Mrs. Samuel Bausch of Williamsport is a guest at the Home of g. Fred Smith Mill Street. Harry Mur Iima of Milton spent yesterday afternoon with relatives in this City. David Thomas superintendent of the Reading Iron works left fur Philadelphia yesterday. Miss Mary e. Yorks is visiting friends in Scranton. Charles v. Ammerman e�q., returned from a business trip to Scranton last evening. Mrs. George Beyers and mrs. Woodward Morrison East Danville visited friends in Bloomsburg yesterday. William v. Oglesby esq., returned from Scranton last evening where lie served As a juror in the United state it court. Miss Margaret Beales and Walter Waite of sugar notch were guests at the Home of John g. Waite ferry Street yesterday. Miss Roebrock of Williamsport returned Home yesterday after a visit with mrs. K. J. Allen Riverside. The Rev. A. J. Philips of Rohrs Burg visited friends in this City yesterday. Or. And mrs. Daniel Gottshall South Danville attended a funeral in Sunbury yesterday. Mrs. E. A. Curry and daughter Phoebe and mrs. Lizzie Fisher left yesterday for Scranton. George treas was in Bloomsburg yesterday. Or. J. J. Brown of Bloomsburg was in Danville yesterday. Or. And mrs. William Suter of Riverside returned Home yesterday from a visit with Rev. And mrs. O. G. Heck Atys Ork. Or. And mrs. Reuben Hess who have been guests at the residence of j. L. Shannon Riverside the Pat few months left last evening for their Home in Norman Oklahoma. Mrs. Emma Mapstone and daughter miss Jessie Are visiting relatives in Shamokin. Alfred Bowman of Pittsburg is visiting at the Home of Dave Chesnut Mahoning township. Or. Bowman wan a former resident of Danville. Mrs. R m. Coldron of Wilkes Barre visited friends at the state Hospital yesterday. Miss Marion Haas of Northumberland visited her sister mrs. John Patton lower Mulberry Street yesterday. Harry Jones of Lewistown is visiting his parents or. And mrs. Henry Jones West Mahoning Street. Mrs. George b. Of Connor visited Bloomsburg friends yesterday. Mrs. Charles Nuss of Riverside at tended the fair at Bloomsburg yesterday. North land. Orner Blue Renner Danville. Positions. Gaskins enter. Bailey. Right guard guard. Dougherty right tackle Gross. Left tackle Angle. Right end. Edmondson. Left end. Rosenthal ,.m.tiers, my a a lure right half Back Hendershot Leitiger left half Back. L. Bird lunge full Back Hoover referee prof. Gordy. Umpire prof. Barnett. Time,15 and 20 minute halves. The game was Almac Terizer by Little kicking there was no one Hurt and both sides deported themselves in a dignified an l gentlemanly manner. Altogether foot Ball May be said to have opened most auspiciously in Danville. Vote for doctor Thompson for associate judge. The y. M. C. A. Anniversary exercises held in St. Paul a m. E. And in the Grove presbyterian clinches sunday night were attended by a Large audience at each place of worship. Rather lengthy programs were rendered and the degree of interest manifested in y. M. C. A. Work was quite up to the Standard of former years when the association Here was firmly on its feet and its permanency seemed unquestioned. At the Grove presbyterian Church it. J. Pegg presided. After an Organ voluntary Rev. Or. W. I. Steans offered prayer. The congregation joined in singing after which Rev. Or. M. L. Lindel read the scriptures. There was special music by the glee club after which the reports of the president Gen a Al Secretary Aud ladies auxiliary were read by or Pegg w. V Oglesby a following with the treasurers report. A number of testimonials were read by a. H. Groue from Young men formerly of our town now scattered Over the state and Union bearing testimony of the usefulness of the y. M. C. A and the benefits they derived spiritually and morally from the association Here. They All expressed an Earnest wish that y. M. C. A. Work might continue in Dan Ville. Among the Young men Hoard from were William Curry esq., of f. Bird Scranton Harry Rebuan esq., James Murray marke<q., Roland Heiss. Alvin go Rosen lick j. Mont. Wood Sid a Walter e. Carrithers Jones and George l. Rote of Phi Del Ilette a Apt. 1 phia George b. Brown Kun Texas George w. A. Wool Side 8hippensburg w. Ii. Klase Oil City will e Egbert j new Yolk City Clarence Hamilton i Williamsport and j. W. Smith me keeps rocks. A Solo was rendered by mrs. W. L. Mcclure. An Able address relating to the y. M. C. A. Was delivered by Aaron v. Bowers esq., of Scranton. There was special music by the glee club after which Rev. Or. M tee pro a no suced the Benediction. At St. Paul a m. E. Chinch Hon. James Foster presided. After invocation by Rev. J. Allen the congregation joined in singing a dresses up a3 a Man Aoi Falls in with thieves. An associated press dispatch tuesday contained a romantic Story of a Young girl masquerading in male attire in which the towns of Danville and Bloomsburg both figure. According to the Story Frank Taylor a notorious Diamond thief and Safe Blower was arrested at Earlington ky., monday afternoon. With him were two companions also taken into custody. One of the latter impressed the officers As being a woman in disguise and upon being questioned she admitted the fact and said that she had been arrested several times before and that her identity had never been discovered. She gave her name As Lizzie Thomas of blooms Burg a. She is unusually pretty and Only about 18 year old has Light Brown hair Cut Man fashion Blue Eye full round face and features. With her two companions she arrived at Earlington in a Box car. At Paducah ky., a jewelry store was robbed a few nights ago and Taylor is suspected. On Taylor a person was found an express receipt dated october 4th for goods shipped to a Point South it is thought this package contains the stolen jewelry. The Bloomsburg daily says that the girl in the daughter of mrs. Eva Thomas residing near Morgantown Columbia county and is pretty Well known in Bloomsburg. The girls right name is said to be Smith. Her Mother mis. Thomas does not live with her husband who is said to be Joseph Thomas of Danville. Upon inquiry about town tuesday it was Learned that Lizzie Thomas As she was known until a year or so ago was herself a resident of this City. With her Mother she resided in the second War i Here and also on Welsh Hill. She and her Mother were probably As Well if not better known Here than in Bloomsbury. Joseph Thomas the husband has not been seen about town for some time past. Jivu pm Ipiniu the office of the american vein furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Jota Materia generally the published announces to the Public that he b prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing of All kinds and description. Ujj Quot get our prices before place your orders. Game Ijes Hunting on a posted cultivated land made wilful trespass. Of tuesday Case is the c. W. Cook will make a Good county treasurer. Vote for him. Hymn. The my in a it Urc vet a re my by Rev g. E. Limber Rev. L. Ulrich led in prayer. There was special music by the choir after which the presidents the general Secretary a and ladies auxiliary a reports were read by or. Lau a i i i a. Master w. L. Mcclure following with cd singly at work. During each minute a a. In. I the treasurer s report. No sign of exhaustion. The Artesian Well at the Reading Iron works is standing a very severe test. Since starting up on Friday morning of last week the pump has been kept us of the intervening time one Hundred and eight Gallons of water have been raised from the Well. There Lias thus. Far been no sign of exhaustion. At one stage the water seemed to gain upon the pump. The Well is four Hundred and sixty nine feet deep. The water thrown out is As Clear As Crystal Cool and apparently free from Mineral salts. A new Green House. Work has begun on a new Green House at Castle Grove la it he devoted exclusively to the growing of vegetables. The Frame work of the building which is 50x25 feet will be of Iron. The Green House is being built by Hutchins amp co., of new York. Or. Laumaster read the testimonials from Young men after which mrs. J. Allen Sang a Solo. The address of the evening was delivered by h. A. Fuller. Esq.,of Wilkes Barre. Rev. H. C. Harman pronounced the Benediction. The president and Secretary a report was an exhaustive Survey of the y. M. C. A., of its objects of the work it has accomplished in Danville and elsewhere j of its needs of the help it has received and the Prospect for the future. The ladies y of the y. M. C. A. Has a in Ember dip of seventy five Earnest women. During the past year it has assisted the y. M. C. A. To the amount of $838.45. Of this sum $500.70 were spent on repairs such As Carpenter work upholstering amp. $300 were handed Over to or. Mcclure for running expenses and $37.75 were used to pay Oil Small Bills. There is a balance in the Treasury of $03. Following is the treasurers report for monthly meeting of the d. A. The William Montgomery chapter daughters american revolution held its regular monthly meeting in the Thomas Beaver free Library saturday afternoon last. Those present were mrs. Joseph. P in. I in i a m ii it year ending August 31, 1901 Boyd Regent mrs. Robert Magill miss j ,. Kemelio. Gearhart miss Anna Davis i balance Foroi ast year �1.01 miss Jennie Alexander mrs. Ares a �24/8.56 loin m73. M. A a expenditures $24/2.o/ balance on miss r and. , 1.00. Chalfant miss Amanda be Arhus to Harriet Alexander of Philadelphia mrs. Little and mrs. Sterner of Bloomsburg. Miss Jennie Alexander read a p Iper on the subject of a John among matters discussed was a proposition to the High school that the daughters of the american revolution have under consideration to the effect that the chapter offer a live Dollar Gold piece to the graduating class for the Best essay on the part that Pennsylvania play total liabilities $1250.51. A. To 31, 1901, $1249.51. Net debt if every Republican makes one vote for the ticket the result will be tremendous. Just try it. Excellent opening number. The first number of the free course under the auspices of the y. M. C. A. Was Given by the Ithaca conservatory of music concert company monday evening. Miss Mccrea the pianist opened the concert with the a torchlight dance by Rubinstein and in Point of expression and interpretation played beautifully. In her second number a Tarentella by Moszkowski she Hail a better Opportunity to display her technique which for one so extremely Young was wonderful. This number was played in perfect Tempo and with much delicacy. Or. Hommell the violinist played two movements from de be riots difficult ninth concerto in a masterly manner. His tone is Broad and his intonation very Good. The Valse movement was especially Well played the technique being faultless. As an encore to his first number or. Hommell played the a evening song from Tannhauser most expressively. Mrs. Chamot the Soprano Sang for her first number a most delightful Waltz song. With her powerful though Well modulated voice and her charming presence she certainly entranced the audience. Her High notes were absolutely True and the difficult passages were Sung with an ease and Chic that bespeaks the right talents and extremely hard study the elocution St mrs. Mangang pleased everybody. Her recitations were read with ease and her interesting numbers were loudly applauded. The Hall was filled to overflowing a Large number being unable to gain admittance. Or. Eggert from noted. George w. Eggert who has held the in the struggle for american Irule it us it Tiou of clerk at the i. I. Amp w. De Indence. It was decided to submit the matter to Borough superintendent u. L. Gordy postponing further action until his views Ore obtained on the subject. David Foust held up. David Foust a Well known Farmer residing near lim Stoneville this county had an experience with a highwayman on monday night. Lit was returning from a meeting of the school Board held at California. After the meeting he transacted some business at a shag Conville and had reached a Point about Midway Between that place and his Home when a Man suddenly materialized in the darkness before him and seized the horse at the same time ordering or. Foust to Stop. The latter seized the whip when the horse sprang Forward. The highwayman held on stubbornly. After being dragged several Yards he decided to let Loose and or Foust made Liis escape. Former Danville Man to wed. Invitations Are out for the wedding of William Curry esq., formerly of this City and miss Louisa Virginia Albro of Scranton which will take place at the residence of the brides Mother. Mrs. Ida May Albro 815 Jefferson Avenue. Scranton on thursday october 10. J Isaac Dreifuss transacted business in i Shamokin yesterday. Pot at this place left monday for new Milford Susquehanna county where he has been appointed agent of the i. L. Amp w. Station. Or. Eggert has always been a courteous Good natured clerk Anil lie will be missed by the Many patrons of this line in Danville. William Farnsworth who for some time past has been the efficient night operator at the 1�?~enna. Station South Danville will succeed or. Eggert. Approaching wedding. The wedding of miss Belle Beaver daughter of or. And mrs. Jesse Beaver Pine Street and Russel e. Kelly. A of Sunbury will take place on wednesday. October 23rd, at High noon. The ceremony will be performed in Christ episcopal Church Rev. Erskine Wright officiating. Miss Beaver is one of Danville a Best known and popular Young ladies. Or. Kelly was a former Reid put Here and has Many friends in our j Uii St. The the attending Bloomsburg fair. Danville was Well represented at Bloomsburg fair yesterday despite fact that it was the first Day. About us tickets were sold via the d. L. A w. Railroad. The p. Amp r. Railway also carried a Large number while scores of others drove up. The number from this City attending today will be much larger. Improvements on Walnut Street. The Borough which is just now in the midst of the improvements on Walnut Street ordered by Council has a pretty big Job on its hands As in addition to the Culvert to be rebuilt a Long retaining Wall will have to he erected along the South Side of Walnut Street the entire length of the blizzard property. From twelve to fifteen men have been employed daily during the two weeks that the work has been in Progress and from appearance of things the present month will not see the completion of the improvements. A great Deal of the old Arch still remains to be torn Down and but Little More has been accomplished than making the excavation necessary and laying the Concrete Bottom and foundation stones for the new Walls As far As the Arch has been removed. The i. A r. Railway company if enabled to carry out its plans obviously does not purpose to enlarge its portion of the Culvert under the p. Amp r. Embankment which would involve a immense amount of work but will Oiler As a substitute the under Grade crossing or new Street proposed to Council Friday night which will be just As effectual in preventing the heavy hoods on the North Side of the Railroad embankment which have been of such frequent occurrence in the past. The next game. The High school foot Ball eleven Are energetically practising every Day and will no doubt make an excellent showing All season. Next saturday they will play at Northumberland and on the Lull at Shamosk ii. Much interest has been created by excellent showing made by the local team last saturday. The Hunting season opens on tuesday next october 15. At then quest of several local sportsmen the american prints the following extracts from the a summary of game Laws of Pennsylvania issued by the Board of game commissioners which will prove invaluable to Hunters who wish to keep within the lawful limit As to trespass the killing of game amp a there shall be no Hunting or shooting on sunday. Penalty $25. The following game May be killed from october 15 to december 15 inclusive pheasants wild turkeys Quail Woodcock Grey Black and Fox squirrels. Penalty $10 for each Bird or Squirrel except that Woodcock can he killed during the month of july. Pine or red squirrels Are not protected. It is unlawful for any person to kill in any one Day More than ten pheasants or More than fifteen Quail or More than ten Woodcock or More than two wild turkeys. Penalty $50. All manner of trapping game is prohibited except that Quail can be trapped from Jan. 1 to feb. 15 for the purpose of keeping them alive during the Winter and All Quail so taken must be released in the same neighbourhood As soon As the weather will permit in the Spring. The Purchase or Sale of pheasants Quail or Woodcock wild Turkey and Deer is prohibited. Penalty $25. All other game of the state can be sold within the state except wild pigeons. The shipment or carrying out of the state of its game Biris or game mammals is prohibited. Penalty not less than $50 or More Thau $100. Ducks geese Brant Swan and snipe can be killed from september 1st to May 1st. Several of the game Laws were amended by the last legislature and it is to these changes that attention is especially called. Rabbits can be killed from november 1 to december 15 inclusive. Penalty $10. By act of april 11, 1901, owners or lessees of real estate Are permitted to kill rabbits at All times of the year where a said rabbits Are destroying crops or fruit Trees and for no other purpose or reason. Any wild Bird or animal when found destroying Grain fruits or vegetables May be killed by the owner of the premises on which the Janiace is done. By act of april 24, 1901, All non resident gunners the same not being owners of real estate in the state Are required to pay a License fee of ten dollars before shooting in the state. The treasurer of the county in which the non resident desires to begin shooting is directed to Issue a certificate to cover All the counties of the state. The penalty for neglecting or refusing to secure this certificate is Twenty five dollars or one Day in jail for each Dollar of penalty imposed. This class of offenders can be arrested without warrant by a Constable or Warden where they refuse to display such certificate on demand. This Law has a double purpose and while it to a More or less degree protects the game of the state its greatest Benefit will be to the Farmer who up to this time has had no Protection whatever against the raids of non resident gunners who shoot not Only game but song and insectivorous Birds As Well As kill the Farmers poultry tear Down fences Start fires a. By the act of july 9, 1901, the act of Hunting or trapping upon a posted cultivated land is made wilful trespass. Penalty five dollars with costs upon failure to pay the offender May be imprisoned not to exceed three months. This act applies against resident and non resident and the fact that a party May hold the License prescribed by the act of april 24 gives no rights that May conflict with the wishes of the owner or Lessee of pasted cultivated lands in this Commonwealth. If the people want the Best service at their command they will assure themselves of it by voting the Republican county ticket. Tested and found wanting. The five Hundred feet of new Hose recently purchased for the Friendship fire company were tested tuesday night in the presence of the fire committee of Council and a representative of the company from whom the Hose was bought. The Hose was found to leak behind the couplings and it was therefore pronounced defective. The Hose will be returned to the dealer. Merchants meeting. The lease on the Peoples store held by the merchants of this City expired last april. Of monday night the business men interested held a meeting at which they decided to wind up matters. Accordingly those merchants subscribing to the fund will be presented with a statement in a Day or so to show How affairs stand y. M. 0� a. Star course solicitation. People Are continually inquiring regarding the Purchase of tickets for the Star entertainment course. They say that they have not As yet been asked to Purchase and they Are anxious to do so. Will each solicitor therefore see those upon their lists As soon As possible. It will facilitate the work greatly. The Reserve Board opens nov. 8, 1901, at s of clock a. M at opera House

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