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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 29, 1903, Danville, PennsylvaniaHois paper for hie Hoie the circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year or. Irving h. Jennings dem is t. Office hours 9 a. M. To i m �04 Mills y / p. M. To 4 p. M. Danville a. A ill , 1 in. A. The i Mil i. Sr., i it \sv11 i or. T Isufi Isis of the stomach and intestines a specially 1 u. In. , dentist kit i 21> Mil l so Likit. Teeth a to arts cd wifi omit in Nin. T Row n aii�?~1 Lori to work a a i a la Ltd. will flu Aisi Anil most improved insert inf Ais and pro a Are Al in it a a Cut the most Colitti tilt work. Or. C. H. Reynolds dentist 288 Mill St., Danville a. Dentistry in All it Branch a. Charge Mode rate i. I 1 a re hns int cd established a news. Frosty morning Fino Hunting weather. In a few Days Well know who is elected. These Pool mornings cause even the naturally lethargy i son to a get a move on. A a Clear election Day Means a big vote in Montour county. The Frost is a i tin pumpkin and on the Chestnut Hurr. Owing to the wind Sale suspension of men the Peuru. K. H. Company will not make its annual tour of inspection this year for the purpose of ascertaining which Foreman has bisection of track in Best Conditi n. The furniture fixtures and Good will of the hotel Morton at Berwick has been sold to William t. Hunsinger a Pennsylvania Railroad Engineer at Suu Bary. Consideration 12,050. The new proprietor will take Possession nov. 1. The football casualties to Date Are reported to be a Little below the average. Strange As it May seem there Are now about a half dozen cubans and Porto Kicanas attending the Normal school at Bloomsburg who Are eagerly waiting to see the first Snow fall. They have come to the school from their Southern Homes during the past summer and in their countries Snow and ice in their nato ral Are practically no known. The Young men Are now about to experience their first real Winter and consequently Are impatiently Waif ing for it. The revised football rules do not eliminate the clause with reference to first Aid to the injured. Dowie abused catholicism and masonry sunday. The two latter have lived and flourished for centum s. And will exist centuries after Dow Elm has gone and been forgotten. High winds and a cold wave will mean More Coal burning. Congressman will eat their thanksgiving dinners in Washington Ujj. C. The committee of Allentown firemen that had charge cd the arrangements tor the state convention of firemen held in that City a it a fitly has on hand a balance of i7s after paying All expenses. The receipts were 15,880. Danville continues to he very fortunate so far As the Gen ral health of the City is concerned. There has been less contagious disease prevalent in the town so far this year than for some seasons past. It is tin general opinion that the retrenchment policy adopt d on of a a Pennsylvania Railroad company will also be adopted on tin Reading system. October has earned Many Good Marks in the weather 1 Ine. Winter Lias he n to ii g h to put in an a tins week. The Chestnut crop is reported to be fully Ripe. Thanksgiving j a it lat Nat ions Are about due. A number of Hallow a n parties j1 be Given saturday night Christmas conf. I Tiou Ery is making its appearance. The first big Snow of the season is expected to follow Lext tue dives election. A and the in it Day if Snow the Young Hoys Are laying in a Supply of a in and cabling Stamps with which to celebrate Hallow n. The-tat1 i in Traeff has received from county commissioners All Over tin state the fir a Sample ballots sent out to give an id a us to tie is that will he used this year. The members of the episcopal Church club it the do a eos of Central Pennsylvania have a Civ a notices that the Semi annual meeting of the club will Convene in Williamsport on november 10. The Board of health should be to it a it. I get a Start in his City. Dowis repentance for Bis outrageous Villi i if of i he newspapers Romes ton Lale to accomplish his Pur Al. I it f 1 ,bhu4 at us a this col \ l a will no Var by lnt1rlly Eree i n til it supplies All of its own demands with its own Dan Hilll. Ha., till a october 2d. If Ion. Vol. 1s--no Esta la la Sif de in 1855 Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and i fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher an a ounces to the Public that he i is prepared at All times to sex Eute in the neatest manner Job printing of All k kinds and description tint of the Star hospitals for tin Insano throughout Pennsylvania held their tir to s i annual convention at tin Hospital tor the insane Here yesterday. It being their first meeting but Little More was accomplished than to effect an organization and appoint committers the following persons distinguished in the treatment of tin insane Fri present or. George i Mcleod Secretary committee on Luti Aey George w. You esq.,member committee on lunacy or. John pm. Chapin. Super into Dent Kirkbride Hospital Phil id Al a or. Robert ii Clias a superintendent Fri lids Asylum i rank fort Philadelphia Edward bottle Ami la Eirv w. Comfort. A rust is friends Asylum or. Ii Hutchinson. Superintendent Dixmont insane Hospital Pittsburg or. M. S. Girth sup riot Endert and c. C shirk trustee insane Hospital at Warren ii. 1?. Meredith. Superintendent of tin Hospital for the insane at Danville. Lit trustees of the latter institution were also present w. L. Gonger h. M. Scholi Hon. M. S. Kulp or. B. H. Detwiler Hon. Alexander Bill Etnoyer and How aril Lyon. Or. S. S Hill us pm Intel Talent and messes. I us min and Limberger a rur Ville Star Asylum started for the e invention yesterday morning but a re delay by i or a a until u was too late to re Edi . Intonti in was 11 11 in t n trustees room. The m a Ting was ailed to order by Howard Lyo i a permanent organic u Ion was effect a by electing the Folio ving a Fri or it president. Or. Hutchin Sau sour Intel i it of Dixmont insane a Spital Vic president or. H. B. M a Redillo of the Hospital for to a Insan a d Anvil Secretary or. M. S. Guth. Superintendent of the Warr n i sum . Or. Hut his a or m s a. In 1 or. Meredith or a a a a u 1 a a a in Mitt a to draft a Cou tit ution a 1 a Laws. The to were Short a i in sos re latin to the object of meeting hut by to 1 these very Little was accomplished t Gerdav. It was decided to hold tin Eon vestion s Iii Annn Illy and Wari a was i 0leet-d As the next place of meeting. Many non resident pupils. That the High degree a if Merit which characterizes the Public schools of Danville is App a a Iafet a by the Public is att Ted he the incr ased attendant a has fill d ibis hours to Over Al wit in and m i a the a re Rio ii of the Annex Imp Rativo. Tin increased Art it Udo Uro is just a marked among the , Pullas among those in tin Borough to whom tuition is free. Already thirty nine non resident pupils an on a Roll in the Diltz int schools of the Borough. This is considerably in a Ivan of tin number of Pupil from outbid tin District registered so Early but season and previously it will not he until 1 at a when the fall work i Over on the farms that the full numb r of pupils from tin country will have enrolled. For those who reside near enough to walk or drive i a 1 w Ard and for my tin Danville schools afford ambition Hoys and girls in tin country an excellent Opportunity to obtain an cd a Satin time although not in tin least a Xor Vitant. A Mich As to w�11 repay the Borough for the helping hand it is leu Diug to tin Rural districts. The tuition fees from non resident pupils now foot up a Hundred dollars More than at Lii Date last year. Pip Laid at Dot path of 5 feet. Work i it advancing rapidly on tin saw r at present and All previous re re a car being Brok n tin i is now Leing Laid along the let a of blizzard run b t a a Mill a id ferry str ets the excavation last a v Ning ext a Littig in arly As far As the latter k int. The digging in the bad of the re a a is u t Dep being a s than five Teet. S Une very Large Stone and chunks of cinder Are encountered hut on tin whole tin digging i not hard Sci ten a is much cribbing required so that while the work is far from pm a ant conditions on tin Wool Are favourable for Raj id p it or. A i re it i �1�� a is that with another Mouth of favourable weat a the work can in pushed ii go unto c imply Tiomi Finis fall the excavation in i hat a of tin it reek which is far a l a tie present level As graded Over a a Hows the original surface to have i a Low swamp Between Mill and ferry to to tin diggers hav. A ice mint red fragment of Trees Axl stumps by ii Al in tin Black mini which hid Fob Iraq cd before tin work could proceed. Co Crete abutments comp meted. The Sec of d of tin two Concrete abutments at the d. L. Amp w. Railroad Bridge of r Mahoning Crek was can Pletch yesterday and the work is now nearly a a by for re to a Bridge it was stated Yff a Lay that the 1 if to or May not be placed in position until text Spring the Stone i r up porting the j r int Bridge therefore will not a ii Novecki now and Little mor remains to he done besides tearing out tin coffer Rani and a a Iii ing up about the spot the Portash he a i a and the steam pump w to r Iima 1 yes Titre i the subject a if Teai Diers Institute was Dieu a. I at length before the Board of directors at its regular meeting monday. Tin Iatter had been before the Board at a Previn a us m ring when several of the members went a in record As opposing tin Bounty in St tut As conducted in tie past Bolding that tie instruction ret Ler a 1 was nor of the practical sort Reid tired to Benefit our town teach is and afford an t a a it i Val it for the amount of Money tin Borough i Oldiges to out. They thought the Borough might hold a separate Institute conducting it after its own idea and employing such Talent a would yield approved results. The Board. Imp eve a did not seem i a by tor such a departure. As an out Oai a Bor nigh superintendent a Ord a in Truci �1 to have a talk with county superintendent Derr informing him that the Bounty Institute 1ms f ill a Hort and insisting that the Borough to a Given an equal voice with the Coutv in so a a Cring instructors and arranging a program for the week. Tie two superintendents had a tall Over tie matter and in response county sup Iii to Midena Derr was before tie Board monday. He explain d that no on was More painfully aware of the fact than hims it that the Bounty institutes a spite a of forms to the contrary. Too often fall Short or their object which to afford Good practical instruction. Which i 11 help the teacher in 11�?� a air everyday work. He was award that our last years Institute was not the Success that it should have in in this respect. But with a View d in r thing it i he or sent y Ai he Ini 1 a visit to a number of other institutes to s o How they Wero con in ctr 1 and Whai instructors were employ d. In was Ben fitted much and has in a Riihl a m Mak sections a it Ftp Al a s w Rich lie t links tie b u i will apr in of his Virv glad to have super int Nde it Gordo s in arranging f a them i ital a ail i f m1 e i i id it tint to program this year will he All that a Borough desires. You Ute sup Rintz Ndu it i or stated that he has decided to i pens with the evening lecture this year. They wer v by n life Rentle support 1 1 it year and personally he lost a great a Al of Money on them. Messes. Burns kit her. Harpel and Greene spoke on the subject of to lie in a fiyut. Whih it is said Cost the Biro High 27.�?T annually and they All insisted that m assures he adopt i to. I a if Quot. In. County pm i intend a .11 Derr s Xeda Iati a so Iii Latis a tory and on motion of i. Fieh r if was a i let i that the High Seim d room As heretofore b a granted for the use of the county Institute. In motion of or. Burns screens were or 1 red Pla 1 on the lower windows of then a Annex As a a 1 a a where on the building. Of motion of or. Fischer it was de id d to re move two panels a of the front door at. Rin Pino str t aufranc. Inserting plat Glas in their Stead Lor tie pure six if throwing More Light in to the hallway. The truant officer presented his report for the How d that there Are ten children out of school for want of clothing. The number of truant w re to la. Ninety five pupils wet in a. Twenty notices a res red. In a report was a a a of a. The following Mem a Sof the Board were Pic it monday night Keefer gone barns. Pursel if Irpel Werk Hiser Vahi Bolin Fisi Dier an 1 Ortli. The following Hills Wen approved fur payment j. B. $ John t. Magi 11 1.00 w. M. Seidel l20 a. E. Young mis Lydia Ross 5.00 Snith Premier Type writing Vij. 140.00 u i it i no i to p writing Ltd a water in it. 54.50 w. Ii Orth 1.21 j. Do r sous. 10 00 american Book to i so if g a Man 2.25 w. I. Brown 10.25 teachers m l janitors 11175.7 j. Wallize. 20.87 i Ili Ungs building operations at the Hospital for the insane Are now fairly on foot and a visit to the institution yesterday revealed a Busy scene. Elov ii Stone masons Are employed and the Stone work at two of the buildings is Well under Way. One the most Easterly being practically comp Ted. As soon As the cellars Are finished w. H. She Ihu re amp hons who Laid up the Stone work Thema Elvis will hand the buildings Over to a Williamsport contractor to whom they have sub let tin Brick work. Or. Shepherd states that the Walls will go up rapidly. A Large number a if bricklayers will be put to work and the Job will he pushed right along until compleat d regard loss of approaching Winter. Freezing temperatures lie says Are no log. R permitted to interfere with boil ling operations. It will require nine Hundred thousand Hrinik which Are furnished by John Keim of this City. Several immense piles representing some five i Undre l thousand have already Boon drive Rel u t a Hospital grounds. M. K Init 1�v that the Hospital com a 1 i n just about one half to i product t of his Yards Lor the pre ent year. The excavations for rho a two building on the male Side an not yet com pm. T. I. Work has b. Gun on the most eat Ray on n Arlo ago but at the other ground has not yet been broken. The Sinead Loy construction company of Philadelphia sub contractors have a Force of in n employed on the Concrete work of the filter Plant. The building is being erected near the Railroad in com action with the a Gas House and pumping station. The work proceeds Vry slowly and it will he several months at most Indore tin Hospital will know the Lux nov of filtered working on a larger Model. At the r. Tup m Usu factoring p ant a sic Day work was be in Oil the larger of the models of tin so a of winding clo tin is. Intended for office us the greater part of this week will he i pied Iti adjusting the Mae Hin by to this and next week a Lor of tin 1 org a clocks will be turned out. The factory now h gins to present ail interesting a in Zaranec. Clocks Are eve Ryan a p y a a it on one Side and clocks a a iss tabled Quot and run Ning a in tin oth. Tin in tall nent a if smaller i. Put tog it ten r i i set running i couple f svy is a stand that to St admirably v trying it fit if any and Koping Pace t it the and. Or. Rempe i much pm a with the Success and he is on of tin busiest men in town just now. By the holidays s of Iii ling Elo k will be on tin Market few Hunters out at present. Tie rear tit Many gunners out this we. This w i a a a nun 1 for by an old Hunter yesterday on tin ground that there Are still to it Many leaves clinging to tin try a and Hisle which ohs Truet tin View and afford hiding places fair the Gam. Tin i Ives Are rapidly falling now Ami in a we k or r ii a Lay the Trees Ami Hasins will he in a Matirn r Hare and game will have few Opp in Tunitis for keeping out of sight. On monday next tie Rabbit season Titomas i Laud of Plymouth a pent sunday in Danville. Charles Oberdorf and wife of Lowis Burg s a tit sunday with relative in this City. Professors. L. At Merman of Wilkes liar re returned Home last evening after spending sunday in this City. Miss May Holloway has returned from a visit with friends at Richmond a. George and Frank Lech or who Are temporarily employed at Berwick spent sunday in this City. Herbert Myerly of Berwick spent sunday with ii is Mother mrs. George Myerly front Street. David see 11 Ler of Berwick was a Danville visitor Over sunday. Thomas Curry jr.,and wife of Sun Bury spent sunday at the Curry Homestead this it it the Rev. N. E. Cleaver left last evening Lor sunburn. P. L. Keefer returned to Kingston yesterday after a Short visit in this City. Mrs. William Keener visited relatives Iti Sunbury yesterday. Harry Hartt Lias returned from a visit at new Milford a. Thomas Curry visited relatives in Sunbury yesterday. Or. J. Sweisfort and wife urfi yesterday for Lebanon. Councilman James Dougherty 1 it yesterday for Plymouth. Thomas Malaney a if Washington ph., who Lias been visiting his sister miss Anna Malaney front Street spent a a Stern Lay after you in Bloomsburg. Mrs. Elizabeth Shear a returned to Tat Aqua yesterday after a Short visit with relatives in this City. Mrs. Harry Shafer returned to Bloomsburg last evening after a visit with relatives in this City. Mrs. A a so and guest mrs. A Jane Al a of Washington d. It term d t this City last evening from a visit to Shamokin. John c. Stroh who was in this City attending the funeral of his Mother in Law mrs. I Inker returned to his Home in Drifton last evening. Francis kias of Jersey City is visiting at the Home of David Wise Mausdale. Miss Bessie Steirman left last evening for a visit with friends at Northumberland. Mrs. Richard Morrall return d to i a yesterday aft r a visit with relatives in this City. Or. And mrs. V. \. Lotier left yes today for philae la Hia where they will reside. Charles f. Darrow transacted business in loom Surg yesterday afternoon. B. A. Mckelvey and wife of Sunbury called on friends in this City yesterday. Mrs. Abraham Hite visited friends in Sunbury yesterday. Mrs. Fit Arles Olivies visited relatives in Berwick yesterday. J. J. Murray transacted business in Sunbury yesterday. Opens these Are said to by very plentiful and together with squirrels Quail Etc which this Var a shot in Large numbers they ought to yield big returns to the Hunters who go out next week. Rial mileage turned in. With the exception of Derry township and Danville Borough the Road mileage of the county now has in a j into the office a get the Bounty ?. The number of Miles of in a a i township is re Porte l As follows Coop a 20 Mil Mahoning 28 Miles West Hemlock 22 mile a Hington Vilh. 1, Miles Liberty Iff Mil Yal y. I Miles Mayberry. A i Miles anti Liiv it mils , 2ffl. Mil s. Ammi sin ticks it it re Horac it it Blue Vest r l in Tat i that he expects to hav a full re Turu from a Rev township in a Day or so after which the a Lily District to har from will both Borough of Danville. He do sires to fall in with the other it of until of the Tat and a turn the total mileage to t Vej in tent is Early a Day a possible. Is ii As All the counties Arlt l. Or a from the funds appropriate Al hot it a fat for Good roads will he Avni Bethh Montour is among the on tie we i have a ked tir s it Aid in roads tie Highway figuring ill the up plication Bing the stretch Ltd a i tvs a a a d Milb an i m in dal gleaning of the lawns. Ulieru is plenty of work about the Hospital for the insane just now and those patients who Are willing to it work find plenty to do. Gathering leaves about the grounds keeps a Good Many Busy. Tie Quantity of dead leaves a bib at this season accumulate on the a Pacios grounds is quit Nina Kahle. By this time the lawns Aie pretty will cleaned and the leaves gathered lie in several anime him �1 posits ready to he haul d to the Stab. Flu re they Willie no Al fair bedding. The work is Lilit and cleanly and the patients seem to enjoy it. Be Campaign for the Dauphin Donn to judg hip i proving on of the the damage suit for trial. Among the civil Smith booked for trial in november is tie Caso of Sarah c. Cronin y is. The Pennsylvania Railroad bin . The suit i brought he the widow to recover damages for the death of Joseph Bromley and Little son of line Stupic township who were killed by a Buffalo flyer at Watson town last Winter a year ago. Or. Bromley had delivered a sled Load of what at tie Mill m a tie Railroad and with his Lith on in the sled with him had jut Start d a i his homeward drive when storm k. Both father and son were killed instantly. Transferred to Wyoming. Levi Miller. For to Iivo Ai it past an attache of tie d. L. A a w station. Vii r i was employed to handle freight and baggage has he n transferred to Wyoming where in will till the p to of vat Man at Agrade crossing. His family will n move to Wyom i no or Miller will la succeeded he Emerson Lynn tit the d. L. By a. Station. F. M. Herrington was a Milton visitor yesterday. Mrs. Minnie Spickard returned to Milton yesterday after u visit with her parents or. And mrs. That la a Farhy Ira in Street. Mis Frances Dunham of Northumberland visited friends in this City yesterday. C. W. Diehl of Bloomsburg called on friends in this City yesterday. Editor to. A. Zellers of the Liverpool Sun arrived last evening for a Short visit with d. A. Lutz Bloom Street. Miss Amelia Phillips Bloom Street has returned from a visit with friends at Kelly Point. A. P. Frymire of Bloomsburg transacted business in this City yesterday. Mrs. Edward Linker and daughter miss Pearl retained to Scranton last i Vining after attending tin funeral of the lat mrs. John Linker. Arthur Foulk left last eve it Ning for Scranton. Miss Anna Pritchard lower Moll Rry str to returned yesterday after a uni from a visit with friends at Hazleton a Little Sou. Intelligence has reached this City to the effect that a Little son has Beau Horn to Rev and mrs. L. B. To icon 11 who Are sojourning at Barryville n. Y. The Little heir has received the name of a Lewis Rev. Twichell is pastor of the first Baptist Church of this City. Mullen Nevius. John Mullen and miss Bessie Nevius both of this City were United in wed lock last evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. N. K a Leaver at tin parsonage of Trinity m. E. Church at Ion Ltd no a. The newly wedded cd in ply will reside in this City. Tie minister rim of the Lewisburg District. United evangelical Church met at the reside. It of Rev. E. B. Dunn. Iron Street yesterday. Two sessions were held one in the morning and the other in the afternoon. These meetings Are monthly affairs Liem at different Points throughout the District. For convenience the Lewisburg District is subdivided into several Mailer districts each of which has its own convention. The convention yesterday was unique in that it was a joint meeting representing Tho entire Lewisburg i District. As a result of this tie at a Tendance was Large the following clergymen being present Rev. U. F. Sweglo presiding elder of Lewisburg Rev. H. W. Buck and Rev. E. E. Shaffer of Berwick re a a. E. L. Kessler of Wapwallopen Rev. Sham Hubli of Bloomsburg Rev. H. Minsker of Nuremberg Rev. F. Young of Mazeppa Rev. J. W. Thompson of Lewisburg Rev. J. I. Shortiss of Milton Rev. B. If Good ling of West Milton and Rev. To. A. Foss of Dewart. These monthly meetings prove very helpful to the members of tin ministerial As the v afford an Opportunity for an interchange of views on Church affairs which might not otherwise be obtained. At the meeting yesterday Rev. J. A. Foss read a paper entitled a How to promote foot Ball at Berwick. The High school football team played at Berwick on saturday. They were Defeated by a score of 21 to 0. The locals declare that among the Berwick High school team they found several belonging to tie a rangers a a heavy Fellows of 180 pounds or More who had been rung in tor the occasion. Although no match for Berwick under the circumstances Danville held tin opposing team Down to one touch Down in the half. In tie second half Danville stand the Strain and Rorwick made three touch Downs. The line up Danville Berwick e. Edmondson left end Berlin Jones. Left tackle Bowman Harman left guard rough Raver. Center Mcanall Morgan right guard e. Kepner Johnson right tackle. Hicks Peters. Right end Shannon Rosenthal Quarter Back r. Pc per f. Edmondson kit halfback Noonan Lewis right half Back Smith Miller Lull Hack Hendershot touchdowns a Smith a. Pc per and Shannon goals from touchdowns Smith. Of a Mcbrea Berwick. Umpire Fischer Berwick. Timekeepers Davis and Boyer. Time of halves two Twenty minute halves. Hog Iii cited ugly wound. Infuriated because of an attempt to drive from a Field a Large hog of Matthew sheep of near Jerseytown. Viciously turned upon or. with me of his tusks inflicted a Gash in his leg three inches in length. The brute had been pastured in a Field before the House and monday even aug at six o clock or. Sheep went into the Field to drive tin hog into its pen. The animal without giving any warning whatever suddenly wheeled and bore Down upon or. Sheep and Besom Tho latter was aide to get away the animal caught him on the right leg Between the knee and hip tearing the flesh on the outside and posterior parts of tin pkg. After this assault tin hog did not renew the attack but walked away. The injured Man managed to reach the House and or. J. E. Shuman of Jursey town was summoned at once who found that it was necessary to Lake a number of stitches to close the wound. Or. Sheep although sixty five years of age is resting Well since receiving medical attention and providing blood Poison does not set iut he will doubtless re cover. A Good attraction. The Warde Stock company opened a three nights engagement at the opera House on monday night producing the play a in the rogues gallery a a to a big House and the continued applause showed the approval of the audience. Or. Perry and miss myer were ably supported by a Strong company of players including will s. Beecher Geo. H. Wright w. B. Arlington p. Parley Miriam Carson and Blanche Campbell. Tho specialities by the Arlington. Miriam Carson and others were line. They played a a dangerous games a tuesday night and finished their engagement in our town by playing the great military drama a under two the company have made a great Many friends in town and will always he welcomed on a return a Lato. Tower City pa., record. The Wardo Stock company which opens a Throe nights engagement at the opera House tonight can boast of having the Only Indian actor in the theatrical world. Or. Will s. Beecher being from Tho Delaware tribe a if indians. He will play tin part of Noah Lott a negro servant in the performance tonight of a a a dangerous Gann a the twelfth annual convention of the Danville District of the Kew with league will he held at Nescopeck on wednesday and thursday november mrs. Elizabeth Linker wife of John Linker no. 2 1 West. Mahoning Street died at Hazleton at 4 of clock sunday morning after an illness of Oue week. Tho deceased had Hen visiting her daughter. Mrs. John stroll at Drif ton. On saturday a week ago she went to Hazleton to see her brother j. H. Jacobs. She was taken sick on the Day of her arrival. While her illness in its Early stage seemed serious she grew better after a few Days and her family Here Felt confident that she would be about again in a Short time. A the news of her death yesterday there a fore came As a Gre at Shock. The deceased was a do voted wife and Mother a kind hearted generous a woman widely known and beloved. She was so \. My five years of age and had been married fifty five years. Born in Germany she came to this country when she was eighteen years of age. Nearly the whole of her subsequent life was spent in Danville. She is survived by her husband four sons and two daughters Fred Linker of Danville Luther Linker of Williamsport and John of Alabama Ida mrs. John Stroh of Drif ton and Lizzie mrs. Joseph Ephlis of this City. The deceased was a sister of John Jacobs sr., of this place. Edward Jacobs of Berwick is also a brother. William Jacobs of Tat Aqua another brother was buried Only four weeks ago. The deceased was a member of St. Johns German lutheran Church of this City. Broke his Ann. Donald Shoemaker tin Little son of mrs. Emma Shoemaker of washing to Vilh. While playing last evening fat 11 Down and fractured his kit Arm. Or. Patton and or. Hofta set the Hook. A ii Iotis a and later the Hoy was report 4 an a 5. Each chapter is entitled to j Edas resting Well the funeral of mrs. John Linker which took place in this City tuesday afternoon was very largely at tended among those who gathered around the Bier of the dead woman being a Large number from Distant towns. The funeral took place from Tho family . 2fil,West Mahoning Street at 2 p. M. Rev. W. E. Wenner pastor of St. Johns German lutheran Church and Rev. L. I. Ulrich pastor of Trinity lutheran Church both officiated the former conducting the services in German and the latter in English. The Keystone Quartetti composed of j. W. Swartz c. C. Ritter William h. Misiul and Jacob Aten rendered two fines sections a peace peace wonderful peace a and a Weare passing one by one a the Flowers were very Beautiful comprising tributes from Many friends in Danville Aud at other towns in which the deceased was known and beloved. The pall bearers were Charles Mills Samuel Lunger. G. W. Hoffman George r. Sech or Leo Metzger and Charles Kohl. In addition to the husband and surviving sons and daughter of the deceased with their families of this City the following were present at the funeral Luther Linker wife Aud Sou Voris of Williamsport or. And mrs. John c. Stroh and daughter Agnes of Drifton j. H. Jacobs and wife at whose Home the deceased died. Sheriff a. 11. Jacobs and wife mrs. Albert Dunn. Miss Bertha Bowers and mrs. Harry w. Jacobs of Hazleton mrs. Edward Linker and daughter Pearl of Scranton Eckert Jacobs mrs. Bou Jamie Eshelman miss Lucy Jacobs mrs. Henry Jacobs and Wilbur Jacobs of Berwick John Linker mrs. William Zeird mrs. Albert Veroli and mis. Shearer of Tat Aqua k. W. Jacobs Aud wife of Bloomsburg mrs. Lottie Thomas of West Pittston mrs. Ella Roberts of Williamsport Frank Jacobs and miss Dora Keithan of Sunbury Fred Keithan and daughters Lizzie and Annie and Robert w. Davenport of Shamokin. Interment took place in the Odd Fellows cemetery. Food Laws distributed. One thousand copies of a synopsis of the tie adulteration of foods which has been prepared by Secretary of agriculture Critchfield together with a circular letter of pure food commissioner Warren Are being sent out by the Dairy and food it part meet to various newspapers Aud magazines in Tho state. These copies Are being distributed in response to numerous requests fur information of the Laws governing the adulteration of food. In his letter or. Warren serves notice a to All concerned that All violations of the acts will he punished to the fullest extent wherever the duly appointed and sworn special agents of the divisions cure sufficient evidence to convict offenders. The Hearty cooperation of legitimate manufacturers and dealers As Well As the press and Public in general i it asked by the department. Which i it a King to drive poisonous foods and liquors Onmi the markets of Pennsylvania. Reception. Or. And mrs. A. Sawinski gaze a re option at their Home on saturday a veiling in Honor of or. And mrs. Joseph Sawinski of Berwick. Koresh ments were served at 10 20. Those pres a int were or. And mrs. John cribs or and mrs Thomas Korns or. And mrs. William Hester or. And mrs. C. Shultz or. And mrs a. Girton mrs. Keiner. Misses Annie Oliver Lizzie Sawinski Ida Sawinski Mary Oliver Kate Riffel Alice Hester Mary Hause Bessie Uris is Nora Gribbs Hugh j Oliver. William Lovett Frank Lowrie Ray Girton Fred Girton and Herman i Shultz. The anniversary of the y. M. C. A. Was held in this City sunday evening. Two meetings were held simultaneously one in Mahoning presbyterian and Tho other in St. Paul a m. E. Church. Several of the other churches of town dispensed with evening services in order to give their members an Opportunity to attend the anniversary. Asa result there was a Largo audience present at both St. Paul a and Tho Mahoning presbyterian Church h. B. Schultz president of the Board of directors of the y. M. C. A., presided at the Mahoning Church and b. W. Musselman Secretary at St. Paul a. At each place of worship the services began by an Organ voluntary. The opening prayer at the Mahoning Church was offered by Rev. M. L. Shindel d. D., at St. Paul a by Rev. George Limbert. At each place the assemblage joined in singing the familiar hymn a come thou fount of every this was followed by scripture Reading. At each of the anniversary meetings a violin Solo a rendered by or. F. Nice of Newyl Ork. It was a masterly rendition much enjoyed by lovers of music at Eracli place of worship. The president s and general Secretary a report Aud the report of the ladies auxiliary at the Mahoning presbyterian Church were read by or. Lauin Aster at St. Paul a by s. A. Mccoy. The general Secretary a report was quite voluminous yet tersely presenting a statement of Tho work accomplished and setting Forth the objects principles Ami value of the association As an organization existing for Tho betterment of men. To attract Aud interest and bold Young men during the formative period of their lives and to persuade them to enter into right personal relations with the son of god the Savior Aud Kot per of men is Tho real end in View Aud this definite and continuous and aggressive religious work carried on parallel with other phases is what differentiates it from other benevolent movements in behalf of Young men. Other organizations the report went on to have gymnasiums there Are other societies made up of men that May have More members socially the Young menus Christian association May to below the Standard of Many clubs and in Mere humanitarian Effort it May be equalled and sometimes surpassed by social settlements and institutional churches but for practical religious Effort by add for men it was held the association constr tue s a combination wholly unique so admitted by men in every station of life. Therefore to neglect or undervalue this work for men or to carry it on halfheartedly or in any cheap fashion or in a spirit of Compromise is to sap the vitality of the movement. Not Oue of its Many sided interests can be neglected. In Danville tie y. M. C. A. been advancing along social intellectual physical and spiritual lines. Of course in such an institution there Are always new conditions arising that must be wisely considered Aud when possible these new conditions should to accepted and incorporated into tie work. The y. M. C. A. a great privilege in Danville. Its building Aud equipment Are Well adapted to its needs for splendid service. By no Means therefore should it be permitted on account of indifference to fall behind. Should this occur it would be a most disastrous thing to the town and to Young manhood. Concerning the work of the past year Guod results were reported. In the religious department the regular sunday afternoon meetings for men the weekly Bible class the prayer Circle and special evangelistic service in connection with the churches were held and through these agencies much Good was accomplished. The physical department was never More popular and since Tho coming of or. Carpenter to take charge of the gymnasium classes this part of the work has been steadily growing in favor with business men Aud others. The present season will witness the largest classes Ever seen in the gymnasium. The number of classes conducted in Tho gymnasium from october 1, 1902 to june 1, 1903, eight months were 321. Attendance 3,858. The social Side of the Young men has not been neglected and from time to time social gatherings a notably the new years reception Aud reception to committeemen a have been Field. The present membership of the association is 275, which includes 89 Hoys and All others who the sum of �5.00 or Over. The directors and committees and those having in charge special meetings have rendered valuable service during the past year. Our local pastors Tho press Aud Many private individuals have contributed in Many ways to make the y. M. C a. The popular institution it is in our min list today. To All these the directors return thanks. The report of the ladies auxiliary reads As follows the year just ended has been a sue yes soul Oue to the ladies auxiliary because we Are gratified with the knowledge that the Young men of the town Are being reached by our Secre it continued on fourth Page

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