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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 27, 1910, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. No i a Danville l�?Ta., thursday october 27. 1110 established in lh5.r a tems condensed court held held for court True condition then the cd Kuk struck Kyauk Roper. Of Canton a a. Is in the North Sillo police station Pittsburg. A to 1 All because a Little clock he bail Pniler his coat struck As he was Tala lug to a policeman John Miller manager of an Hast Ohio Street jewelry store notified the authorities that a clock Hail been stolen from the place by a Man who had tried to Hare a Check cashed officer John Beck met Roper in the Diamond with his coat bulging and asked for information. A just a Box of Candy for my girl Quot was the answer. Hut just at that time the Little Bell began to strike the hour of four and did not Stop until it had finished. Too Many times for Harry Smith of Shenadoah. Has asked the court to annual Liis marriage on a woman whom he declares had two husbands living and is believed to have married As Many As half a dozen men. It is alleged that mrs. Smith who is a pretty woman has a mania for marrying. Mrs. Smith in court admitted that she had married several times and that her first husband was a chinaman. She was sent to jail for one year for bigamy. 99,741.33 for crushed in a trial lasting three Days before judge Stout of Doylestown the jury returned a verdict for 99,741.33 in favor of miss Julia Kehoe of perk Asie. Miss Kehoe was run Down by a Reading freight train at the Market Street crossing. Perkasie and hoi foot injured for life. She was 16 years old when the Accident occurred a year ago. Claims record Oats yield. A a. D. F. Kuntz of near Titusville. Crawford county puts in a claim for the record yield of Oats. From four acres of Laud he has thrashed 350 bushels of Oats weighing 37hi pounds to the Bushel. On a calculation of 33 pounds to the Bushel his crop averaged 73 bushels to the acre. The variety is the famous Lincoln Oats. Fine the recent visit of congressman Williau b. Wilson in Sheffield Eug Laud lie was presented with u Beautiful Oak Case of Sheffield cutlery by the British trades Aud labor Congress held in that City famous for the manufacture of keen Blades of exquisite workmanship. Barber to preach. Milton w. Ettinger Mac Ungles Barber Lias Laid aside his razor and moved to East Stroudsburg to become the mennonite pastor there. For some years while following his Trade lie studied diligently for the ministry and finally passed a creditable examination. Automobile Hunting. A Chas. Nlle and John White while Autong near Spruce Creek club House. Huntingdon county saturday night came across a big Porcupine and getting out of the machine they killed it with a club. It weighed almost 50 pounds. Chauffeur did no to Dan Fusco aged twelve years of Altoona started across the Street when he was struck by an automobile carrying a Maryland tag and going very fast. The chauffeur stopped came Back looked at the lad lying in the Street with his right leg broken Cheek torn from Mouth to ear Aud several Teeth knocked out a guess lies not badly Hurt a who remarked and hoarding his car rapidly drove away. The Only . W. Hartman of Bloomsburg has just celebrated his eighty fifth birthday and is Hale Aud Hearty. At his advanced age or. Vilart Mau has never seen a baseball Gamo or a horse race. He is not against these forms of enjoyment but never went to see them. Watch your it. Union twice a week Republican says the Farmers of the Mountain is tit of Pennsylvania now that the Hunting season is on had Best keep their flocks in sight. A Turkey in the Woods is Likely to get a Load of shot and an examination afterwards. Large sum for leaving 9600 for masses for himself. His wife Ami Osiier relatives the will of the late William Melchoir of Bally provides for masses for the a repose of the poor souls who have none to pay for them. A Dies hearing son in Laws Louis Bardio aged 23 years of Bradford while Hunting tuesday was killed by the accidental discharge of his gun. When the news was carried to his Home mrs. Anna Barbara ii a Mother in Law fell to the floor a bks county county h,4s seven Large caves either fully or partly explored All located near a Point where the gravel or slate from the North overlaps the Limestone formation. Brief session court held a Short Semion saturday morning with president judge t. C. Evans and associates Hole and welliver on the Bench. Several important matters were disposed of. When the jury re Turne i a verdict Fot the defendant in the Case of John c. Zaner is. The Philadelphia and Reading railway company. Wednesday Edward s. Gearhart counsel for the plaintiff moved in arrest of judgment an i for a new trial reasons to he filed in ten Days. On saturday or. Get Arhart addressed the court explaining that after consideration the plaintiff had decided to abide by the verdict As rendered. Accordingly the Rule was discharged. In re the petition of John to. Ellis late of Anthony for a Rule upon executor to show cause Why 9700 should not be advanced to him in accordance with the provisions of will the Rule As prayed for was granted by the court returnable at next term. In re. Com. Is. We Winters teen a Hareas Corpus proceeding the court handed Down an opinion. The writ was issued for the purpose of obtaining the custody of Myrtle Appleman now about six years of age at the instance of the father Clyde Appleman. The opinion sets Forth that a Myrtle has a Good Christian Home Ami that she will grow up surrounded by Christian influences. Her grand patents Are abundantly Able to provide for their grail children financially. A at the same time if the custody of mrytle were Given to the father Clyde b. Appleman she likewise would have a Good Christian Home surrounded by Christian influences. A the general Rule is that a father has the Legal right to the custody of his infant child but in contests Between the father and third parties the courts regard the interests of the child As Superior to the Legal right of the father and this is especially True when by reason of tin tender ago of the child Aud other circumstances it would be for the Best interest Ami welfare of the child to remain where it is. A and now october 22, 1910. If is ordered that the custody of the child. Myrtle Appleman. To remanded to William Winter steel the respondent. A and it is further ordered that the father. Clyde Appleman and the grand father and members of the grand fathers family on the fathers Side shall be permitted to visit with and see Myrtle Appleman at the Home of the respondent at least once every two weeks at suitable times in the Day time or the evening up until 8 of clock until further order of the court. The Petitioner and the respondent each to pay half of the record costs neither the Petitioner nor respondent to file a Bill of costs for witnesses. Without bail of filter plan Elmer hash Rhian John Aud Mayberry Ernest whose arrests were no american football the current number of a the outlooks a contains an article on the a tendencies in inter collegiate football a written by Donald Grant herring son of Hon. Grant herring of Sudbury the article is written at the suggestion of or. Francis c. Woodman head master of Morristown school who was himself a member of the Harvard team from 1884-87. Visiting England to study football or. Woodring called on or. Herring a Princeton Man then at Merton College Oxford Ami discussed the present situation in american football. Or. Herrings chief desire is to see football in american colleges played in the spirit of a game for the healthful recreation and enjoyment of the players and he is further concerned to Point our tie admittedly dangerous features and urge that they he Eliinin-50 perish on gunboat port Ait Prince. . 26. A i. Post reached Here today that the any Tau gunboat liberte has been lost off port a be paix following an explosion of her boilers. Twenty survivors Are reported to have been rescued but More than fifty others including a number of High ranking officers of the Hayti an army Are believed to have gone Down with the vessel. The liberte sailed from this port on monday having on Board a number of army officers who were proceeding to take command of the military divisions of the Northern department in addition to the Wenglar officers Aud Crew of the gunboat. The cause of the disaster is As yet unknown. The will of a Montgomery county ph3�?Tsician provides that his horse a a Billy shall be Well taken care of. Self interest keeps some men from giving his satiric majesty his due. De in a previous Issue were Given a hearing before Justice of the Guy Jacoby in blooms org saturday afternoon. They were held for court without Hail. Tin information was lodged by a t Keller and m. M. Tharp special officers of the Pennsylvania Railroad company the three men were charged with the burglary of s. R dyers store at 24th last. A Large number of witnesses were sex a turned. Among whom was s. J. Wel liver jr., of this City who identified a chisel found near Numidia after the robbery As one of the kind that he sold Erner hah Lennan about two months ago. District attorney Small conducted the hearing. The defendants were represented by attorney win. Chris Small win subjected each of the witnesses to a rigid Cross examination. S. R. Dyer proprietor of the store robbed was the first witness. Edgar lives near Numidia. Identified the chisel offered in evidence As one found by him in his Cornfield about 18 feet from the Fence on september 271 h. A. T. Keller special office testified that upon trial he found the chisel to fit in tie Marks made by the burglars at the store even the Nicks in the tool showing in the Wood. S. J welliver jr., testified that the chisel which was new corresponded a in size make Aud in All respects a with one that he sold Elmer Halier Man about two months ago. The Sale was made about 1 of clock in the after noon. Hal Dennan purchased two chisels and the occurrence made an impression on tin witness As the defendant seemed indifferent As to the size. Frank Williams who lives three Miles from Numida about 9 of clock on the night preceding the burglary saw some one walk up to the a Loor of Dyer s store Aud try the Latch. Or. A. B. Karl of Numida testified. About 9 15 of clock on the night preceding the robbery Mayberry Ernest came into his office a to see if he could not get a Little whiskey for his Mother a who lives about three Miles from Numidia. Or. Karl had frequently prescribed for Ernest smother and on this occasion gave him four ounces of whiskey. Ernest had asked for half a pint but the doctors excuse was that he a lid not have any More to spare. Between seven and eight of clock on the night the store was robbed Bert Johnsons while talking with Wesley rank in the Road about three Miles from no Ouidia saw three men pass in the die option of the latter place one of whom he identified As Mayberry Ernest. In appearance the other two men Cori espoused to John Ernest and Halderman who were made to change hats Aud stand up. When the three Fellows approaching Numidia saw witness and Taup standing in the Road they stepped retrace a their Steps a Short distance Ami then came Oil. As they passed May Herr a hunched Quot witness with his Elbow. Jacob Holliday who lives on a farm about two and a half Miles from roaring Creek about half past 3 of clock in the morning of the 24th of september saw three of whom carried a Satchel passing that Way from Numidia. The men passed within a few feet of the witness Ami were walking fast. In size they corresponded i with tin defendants. They also in appearance with three men that the son of the witness saw walking toward Numidia the evening before. Officer a. T. Keller on being recalled testified that when he arrested May Herr Ernest the latter told him that Jolt Ernst Ami another fellow whose name he did not know on the evening of the 23rd tall gone up the Road along with him. They All had hats on like tin one he was wearing. Mayberry according to his Story went up to Numidia and returned Home about 10 of clock. To dial not know what had become of the other two. At 9 of clock he West to the store and found it closed. Officer Keller had a conversation with John Ernest also. The latter Ile Claril that he Aud Halderman that night went out to visit Ernest smother and denied that they went up tiie Road a with Mayberry. On the morning of the 24th they left the Home of his Mother and went Hack to Danville. District attorney Small said he believed that the Commonwealth had made out a Prima Facia Case Aud he asked that the defendants be held for court. Justice Jacoby stated that to say the least the evidence created a a grave suspicion Aud lie would hold the to defendants for trial at december court. The offence involved in the charge is not bailable the three men were handcuffed together and taken Back to prison. Or. Dix Iii s a ominus cation to it the Borough Council informing it that the filter Plant is working badly and needs overhauling by Aii expert has had a disquieting effect upon tin water takers. Following As it does upon an analysis which revealed the Borough water below Par As to parity most people without a questioning the matter accept the View of the state health commissioner Ami think that Council should act in the matter forthwith. The attaches of the water works however who and entitle in to a hearing characterize or. Dixon a conclusion As Hasty and out of All Harmony with the facts. They declare that the Plant is in As Good a condition As the Day it was installed and Challenge an investigation. In the first place attention is called to the fact that the Mortison Jewell filter system is tin Best Ami most expensive extant that the owners in installing the Plant Here took every pains and regard it As a Model that when they wish to demonstrate the Efficacy of their system they a invariably being prospective purchasers to Danville Ami show them ova a the Plant Here. The filter Beds which consist of thirty six inches of crushed it arts Are in precisely the same condition As when installed. The system could deteriorate through carelessness or neglect Only in which event As the result of use the be Lesof crushed quarts might become foul and dirty. The attaches of the Plant Call attention to the fact that not Only a to they follow All instructions relating to washing and sterilizing but that Pniler certain conditions As a precaution they repeat the process when not called for by the rules. Thus it is explained that while the instructions Call for the sterilizing of the filter tubs Only once a year owing to the presence of sewage in the River it has always been customary to sterilize the tubs Here every six months. The washing of tin a Ltd a Beds which is a simpler process takes place daily. Here again in washing the settling tank in order to secure the Best results a great a Leal of extra work is done not hinted at in the rules. The condition of the River water is closely observed Ami when it becomes Muddy the washing of the filler Beds is repeated Many times daily. It is no unusual thing for the process to he repeated eight times in ten hours. After each washing the filter Beds Are fro from dirt no matter How Muddy the River May be. The sterilizing process is designed to remove the Micro organisms or other impurities that May cling to the crushed Quartz. Briefly it consists of placing on each filter bed our Hundred pounds of caustic soda Ami by Means of steam boiling the bed fair ten hours. Workmen then shovel around the bed a if Quartz Laving Bare the flooring of minute screens through which the water finds its Way out of the tub. All screens that Are found defective Are replaced with new ones. It is hardly claimed for the filter system that it will wholly eliminate bacteria and if the product of the Plant contains Micro organisms it is because the River water abounds in them Ami not because of any carelessness or neglect on the part of the employees. It was Stafeil at the water works yesterday that at nearly regular intervals. Say every other a Lay the River water bears the odor of carbolic acid which it communicates to the Flitter bed Short session of school the school Board hot a la a a Short session monday night with w. A. Hechler in the chair. Aiming other members present were messes. Orth Swarts Marks Shultz. Pursel. Fischer Weiss Oole and Sidler. A communication was received from chief Engineer Snow of the state Ile apartment of health in reply to an in query from Secretary Orth As to the advisability of sinking wills on the school grounds. Pursuant to action of the school Hoard at its last meeting the Secretary wrote the department explaining that the Borough water Supply is not always pure that at times it is so impure that in or Ler to Safe Guan the health of the pupils the Hoard Canses the water to be boiled also that in order to procure pure water for thu schools the Board was considering the advisability of Boring Wells on the school ground to be a Hundred feet or More in depth. The object of writing was to determine whether the state a be pertinent of health would approve of the Wells As a source of pure water thief Engineer Snow in his reply explained that deep drilled Wells prop rely protected from surface drainage make an excellent Supply of water but according to his idea such Wells should not be necessary when a Borough is supporting a filtration Plant. Chief Engineer Snow advised the school Board that the department on that a late was writing the Borough authorities of Danville regarding the condition of the filtration Plant a which is Well understood by the a department of health and has been looked into at various Tim department will make analysis of water from Wells if they be a lug free of charge. The water must Ecol Lect Ltd in outfits furnished by the department. The following Bills were approved a for payment d. O. Williams. 9 3.33 h. S. Kauffman. 2.00 Silver Bridell Ltd co.91.53 Washington fire co.75 american seating co.30.80a Large funeral the funeral of Augustus Bali Inge took place from St. Hubert a Catholic Church at 9 30 of clock saturday morning and was largely attended. There was solemn requiem mass the celebrant being the Rev. Thomas Plymouth Deacon the Rev. Jolt Melchoir of Elizabethtown sub Deacon the Rev. A. M. Feeser chaplain of the holy family Convent this City master of ceremonies the Rev. Jules Foin Rector of St. Hubert a Church. In the Sanctuary was the Rev. Father Mccann Rector of St. Josephus Church. The Rev. Father Foin dwelt most touchingly on the life of Tho deceased speaking in both English and German. Andrew Schott of Sunbury rendered a Solo a face to the pall bearers were f. C. Sheridan of Pittson George Rodenhoffer Peter mayan Thomas Schott Adolf Boettinger Aud Jacob Baker of this City. Tho following persons from out of town attended the funeral j. F. Bash Auger Eugene Doyle Joseph Bren Neu and wife Francis Logue Ambrose West Harvey Houghton and a Max Reiser of Plymouth mrs. A Alexander Zundel of Reading John Hertz Jacob Giles and wife mrs. George Hertz of Lancaster and mrs. Jacob Gearhart of finished the track of the Danville and Sun Bury transit company on East Market Street which has been torn up for several weeks necessitating the trails Ferring of passengers was connected near the Mill Street curve last evening and to Lay the cats will be Able to it run Over the two squares on which paving is under Way. Excellent Progress is being made in the Laving of Brick. Rain is a Factor to he reckoned with at this season but with anything like fair weather the paving will he completed next week or the week following. W. H. Lyon who was awarded Tho contract for the Macadam Road yesterday stated that he had not yet received notification from the state Highway department hut he states assuming that he would hear from it in due con St of time that next week he would be ready to Transfer some of his men from the paving Job to the Road to be macadamia de near the for incendiary so As a sequel to the burning of the barn a if the farm of w. P. Girton in Montour township Columbia county near Grovania on the night of sunday october 16th, Michael Reese was yesterday arrested by officer Gillinger of the state constabulary charged with setting the building on fire. Reese has been working for Frank Yeager on a nearby farm. It is allowed that he was drunk on the night of the fire and that he was seen to enter the barn Aud leave it just before the lire was a discovered. Reese comes originally from Elmira. New York. He is aged about 26 aug a is single. I will be Given a hearing today before Justice of the peace Jacoby at Bloomsburg. Improving. Miss Lillian Trumbower of this City who was operated on for Appel i cites at the Joseph Ratti Hospital at blooms org a few Days ago. Was reported yesterday As improving. Done to do is not Safe for a Squirrel Muter to put his Arm around a tree these a lays. A Hunting Accident recently occurred near Bradford As a result Arthur sink 14 years old is at the Bradford Hospital with one Arm badly shattered. He received the charge from a Shotgun in the hands of another Hunter. The lad had his Arm around the trunk of a tree and it was mistaken for a Squirrel. Nearly 100 Small pellets were removed from the open the three new Bridges at Boones Watts and hitlers respectively just completed by the Owego Bridge co., were inspected by the county Comtois sinners tuesday they were approved and immediately thrown Peu to travel. The full Board of commissioners Sechler Ryan and Coleman along with j. M. Whitley the company s representative was present at the inspection. Like the larger Bridge Over the Chillis it Tia tue at Kelly a completed by the Owego Bridge company about a Mouth ago each of the new structures was found to come fully up to Sireci fictions. A settlement was made with contracting firm yesterday. The Bridge at Watts farm is 48 feet Long the one at Boone s is 39 feet and the one at Bitleris 24 feet. Each Bridge is fifteen feet wide and has a Concrete floor. Montour county is in the Bridge building business on an extensive scale. This will appear All the More evident when it is explained that a luring two years past eleven steel structures have been constructed taking the places of the Small Wood leu Bridges which had become unsafe. Of the new structures the Owego Bridge company built seven. The others were constructed by the Nolson Merydith company Aud the United construction company. The wooden structures Are a Polly yielding to decay Aud from now on each year several will have to be replaced with steel structures. Three of these primitive Bridges Are marked for demolition during the coming year. The most important one is the die Fen Hacher Bridge Over the Chillisquaque Creek near Blue Springs farm which is an old a land Mark built prior to the a Tate when Montour county was established. The oldest residents seem to have no traditions As to when or by whom the Bridge was built. All Argee however that it is very old Laud was built probably a Hundred years ago. The timbers wore Hen with the axe Aud the Bridge throughout is Well constructed. It might have met All requirements for some years to come had not the abutments Given Way. The Walls Are a found to be in such a bad condition As to Render the Bridge unsafe for heavy hauling. Today notices will be posted warning persons against venturing on the Bridge with heavy loads. Traction engines especially will be excluded. Among the other Bridges to be replaced during next year will be the covered Bridge spanning mini run a a a the Danville ron�1 mar Wahington Ville also a very old strut Ture. Tie third Bridge to re Laceil is the out at years insane John Arnold one of the wards of the Danville and Mahoning poor District. A tied at the Hospital for the insane at this dare yesterday he was eighty two years of age lie was committed in 1873, and of the patients that Weie confined in the institution when he entered Only one survives him. A Mold was a resident of Danville. He was a working a few still survive that were employed with him on various jobs. His commitment shows that lie was adjudged insane As the result of an alleged assault. He was committed to the Hospital just two months after the institution was opened for the reception of patients january 6, 1873. He was the Cne Hundred and i second patient admitted and of that number Only one William Ryan of Wyoming county now survives. During the Long Peri Oil of nearly thirty eight years during which he was a patient of the Hospital Aud a Ward of the Danville and Mahoning poor District 7930 other patients were admitted and treated. George Arnold who was convicted of an assault on William Keefer in 1905 and sentenced to the Eastern Penitentiary. Was a son of the deceased patient. The son like the father later became insane Aud was transferred from the Penitentiary to the Hospital for the insane at Norristown. Large parly or. H. D. . A very pleasant party was Given at the Home of or. And mrs. George Moser Danville r. F. D. No. 1, on tuesday evening. Dancing was indulged in by Young Aud old. Refreshments were served. The guests present were or. And mrs. P. M. Deitrich or. And mrs. John de chem or. Aud mrs. W. G. Mainzer or. Ami mrs. Elmer Philips or. And a mrs. Will Cornelison or. Aud mrs. John Robbins or. Aud mrs. Frances Sheatler or. And mrs. Roy Rake or. Anil mrs. Harry Umstead or. And mrs. Will Hollabaugh or. And mrs. Ben Ware or. Ami mrs. Frank Hartman or. And mrs. Charles Martz or. And mrs. Leander Foust or. Aud mrs. Allen Martz or. Ami mrs. Will Patterson or. And mrs. John Ashe Fehler or. Ami mrs. Percy . Aud mis. Ben . And mrs. Will Stein Man or. Aud mrs. Howard Vognetz or. And mrs. Robert Cornelison or. Ami mrs. Oliver Blecher mesdames. Margaret Cooper Sadie Miller Annie Steinman Ernest Hill Mary c. Moser misses. Myrtle Cornelison Rosa Hartman Lizzie Robbins Lavina Bryant Margaret Ami Mary Phile Eva Nephew Ruth Steinman Mary Holland Nellie by 11moyer, Mablo Deitrich Aleta Wayne Florence Aud Mabel Mowrer Dorothy and Mildred Doit Rich Matrona Milhein Lizzie Soli Ooley Stella Ami Minnie Ware. Mary and Edna ble Olier Bern Adieu Hill. Annabel a Hartman Irene Vognetz Batterson Edna Springer Kathryn Edith and Thelma Miller Helen Dercher messes. Adam Philips Chris Springer Daniel Cross Ley John Hendricks Herman Hill John Smith Elwood Deitrich John Phile John Orteau Robert Carey Charles Anderson Jolt fruit Martin Robbins Lloyd Anil Ralph Cooper Jacob Springer will Nephew Nelson Cornelison. Clarence Boyer Sydney and Russel Moser Homer Sam Lloyd and Casper Sheatler Marvin Bryant. Jesse w. Umstead. Edward Delsite Ami Herbert Hendricks furnished the Hooky the attendance officer has plenty to do these autumn a lays. Some of the boys even very Small ones find it impossible to resist the lure of the Fields Ami in playing Hooky they wonder so far away that the officer cannot get on the Trail of them. It is no uncommon thing for a half a dozen boys Aud upwards to be out of school at one time at this season and it is up to the truant officer to round them up and deliver them Over to the teacher who by a Precept Anil example is expected to teach them that tru 1 Ancy is unprofitable. Yesterday officer y Oung brought in four or live truants hut two Little Fellows, of the primary schools eluded him and the officer after a Simril a lavs work Hail to acknowledge Hui Sci beaten. There was no Trace of the boys about the Borough neither Hall anyone seen them leave town although it is not improbable that they were in the of aged woman mrs Marv Baylor widow of the late Dunk 1 Flor a lied tuesday evening at Ltd of a look at Home of her Luoth in a Kram. Cooper township. Death was Dmn to a stroke of paralysis sustain d several weeks ago. The deceased Vas a widely known Ami highly esteem it woman. She was aged s8 years 1 Mouths Ami 14 Days. Six a is survived by three daughters and a Sou Harriet mrs. Henry Keefer of Catawissa Lydia mrs. Dan Iel Kash Nerat Home James Baylor of Grovania Catherine mrs. Samuel Miller of Catawissa. Also by three Brothers Anil a sister Gideon Krum of Grovania Noah Aud Nathan Krum of Cooper township and miss Lydia Krum of Mahoning township. A brother. Challes a lies a several weeks ago in Ohio. Mrs. Baylor was u native of Cooper township and lived in this vice it All her life. She was a member of St. James reformed Church at Ridge Ville. Thu funeral will take place Satur a Lay morning at 10 of clock from the Home of Noah Kruusi. Interment will be made at Lazarus cemetery. A Call of the wild. In presenting Louis Evan Shipman s admirable play to the Public the managers of the Danville opera House feel they have been endowed with an Especial privilege so great has been Tho Success of tin production Ami so unqualified the approval it has encountered. Today a a the Call of the wild stands without a Pero among what May to Calliel Strong emotional dramas Ami it is extremely doubtful if in Many years a stronger More virile presentation has been made upon the stage than this fascination picture of Western life. In proof of the intensely human Quality that in buses the entire dramatic Structure it is but necessary to Point to Tho record of three continuous seasons during which the play has been witnessed by Moro than 700,000 persons. The entire Scenic equipment is new and the cast which is headed by or. Franklin Woodruff is one of Tho strongest that could be Sec Ureil for the various parts. This attraction a booked for next monday evening. Ami the Only was to impress some Nonnia a to in Noress them

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