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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 23, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaState Library. Vol. 55�?no 36danville pa., thursday. September 23, 1909 established in 185.5 or. Irving ii. Jennings d by l 1st. Office flour8 104 Mill St., a. M. To 12 in. P. M. To 4 p. M Danville a. Iii Ltd m. 425 Mill St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a specially wanted local agent to advertise aug a introduce tin new Elinea Rioual work. Webster s dictionary and Atlas of thu world. Must be educated and Able to furnish Rood references As to ability and character. The Saalfield publishing company. Akron Ohio. Millersburg and Reading Are now connected by an Auto line which was put in sender on saturday. Clifford Crawford swallowed a false tooth when he became suddenly sick and struck his head against a piece of furniture. The tooth was removed at tin Harrisburg Hospital Coopersburg is in the grip of a typhoid fever epidemic caused it is believed by a number of residents drinking water from a Well in a Woods near the town during a picnic. Richard barrens and Charles Stadt Nian were found guilty at Reading of involuntary manslaughter in the killing of Charles Francke whom they beat up. The maximum sentence is two years. Going up the Allegheny River to hold a Corn roast eleven couples from \ Erona Oakmont and Wilkinsburg were lost in the fog. They could not see to guide their boat and were forced to stay on the River All night until the veil lifted. Ten cattle were burned to death on a siding on the Pennsylvania Railroad near Washington when a Small boy whose identity cannot be established set fire to the Straw in the car in which there were Twenty seven animals. Other beasts will have to to shot. Frank Folmer was found dead with a Bullet Hole in his head in a cemetery at Lebanon. The condition of his clothes indicated that he had first tried to end his lift in the water but had probably found that Way too cold to be comfortable. He had been melancholy. Henry Miller was Hurt and a valuable team of horses killed when they were struck by a train near Aspin Wall. Thu animals belonged to Robert Hall a noted keeper of Fine horses. Or. Hall Lias had particularly bad Luck with his animals having had a number meet with violent deaths. Miss Phoebe Johns lost her life by falling from the second Story of the Lloyd House at Philipsburg. The girl Felt sick and went out to a Balcony on the second floor and leaned on the railing. Thu Banister gave away and she was participated to the ground her neck was broken. Five Hundred Gallons of chemicals were required to extinguish a tar fire at the Bartlett manufacturing company a Plant in Johnstown. The fire was caused by a lot of tar flowing from a leak in one of the 5,000 gallon tanks and into the Ash pits of a nest of boilers. When his Auto was struck by a trolley car. Frederick Liebfried a Bristol merchant leaped and was badly Cut about the head while his companions escaped uninjured. Stella Jones of Glenwood is a prisoner in Pittsburg charged with the embezzlement of $4,000 from the Ohio and Pittsburg milk company by which she was employed As a Bookie Jewr and cashier. Her family is above reproach. While attempting to Board an East bound freight train at Wernersville. Reuben Stober Stephen Schwartz and Roy Long All had narrow escapes from death. Long was the Only who was not injured. He was thrown Between the two trains and had presence of mind enough to lie still until tin trains had passed. Following the release under $2000. Bail of mrs. Margaret Byers who had been arrested on the charge of burning twelve barns in Bucks county comes the nows of More fires. Three other places have been the Marks of an unknown incendiary. Two of the buildings were burned and in the hav mow of the other was found a lighted Caudle standing on a piece of Oil saturated cardboard and at the Bottom of the Candle were a number of matches. In about three hours the machine would have gone off and the barn would have been doomed. Miss Sarah relish. Of Braddock tried to step from a car while it was in motion and was thrown to the ground with such Force that her in uries May cause her death. With a mortgage of �$1,500,000 is the Way the new trolley Road from Waynes Burg to Monongahela will Start out. Div. Engineer not present division Engineer r. M. White owing to pressure of engagements was unable to keep his appointment and meet with the Borough Council Friday night for the purpose of taking up the matter of the old canal. A communication from the division Engineer was read before Council which explained Why he was not present As Well As the attitude of thu i. L. And w. Railroad company toward thu canal nuisance. The communication caused some Surprise by asserting that the d. L. And w. Railroad company a Loes not assume any responsibility whatever for thu condition the casual is in at pro sent. It was explain Iii a. However that tin 1. L. And a. K. R. Co. Is willing to cooperate with the Borough of Danville As far As possible to remedy the present conditions. In conclusion thu division Engineer promised to go into thu entire matter carefully and As soon As a Gissible and also to arrange to get it it a definite set of plans for the work. He is willing to consider any suggestions that the Lxi rough May have to make. On motion it was ordered that above communication be accepted Ami filed. Legal advice. A communication was received from by it re Mph Solidi to in Gearhart advising Council that the Borough should not attempt to exercise any control Over the old canal property or be thu party to thu granting of any permits to individuals to dump ashes Etc. Therein under any circumstances whatsoever. Council is advised that it is its Legal and clearly defined duty to simply insist that the d. L. And w. R. R. Co. As thu owner of the old anal at once and without delay remove this constant menace to the Public health and Comfort. Thu communication stated that a deed recorded in Montour Minn Sand proves a t thu work of hauling Sand on the River Bridge As a remedy to prevent horses from slipping when tin Wood paving becomes wet is not yet quite completed. Already however the Sand is found to act badly and it is a question with Many whether Saml is the Host material that could be used. The county commissioners Are everywhere applauded Fogt a tin move they have made. Thu application of Saml is regarded wholly As an Experiment and if if is found to be of no practical value in preventing horses from slipping no blame will attach to the commissioners. Logically Sand Seemel to be the proper material to apply. But already several things have been Learned. First under the grinding process to which if is subjected by the wheels of innumerable vehicles the Saml soon becomes reduced to Fine powder or dust second this pulverized substance is caught up by the wind and blown in every direction. There is not a minute of thu Day but thu Progress of vehicles Over the Bridge is marked by Clouds a of a lust which Fly a my Over the River. When an Automo Bih dashes across the Bridge the effect is Worth noting. There is a it la us it Cloud of a lust which simply a Iive Lopes everything in sight a vehicles on tin a driveway and pedestrians on the sidewalk Aliki. Judging by the effect of the wind on the Saml it is indeed a question whet her the Quantity intended will inbound on thu a driveway when the next rain occurs. Philadelphian Art Felici Tating Plum selves on having secured a Wood paving for Market stat. It might he policy re i wait awhile and see what re Metlov the reson rueful metropolitan shall apply flu a their paving is com let eds when thu Rains shall fall Ami to shows that the d. L. And w. R. R. They Are brought to a realize what they co. A in Jan. 8, bh>4, purchased a if thu an u1�?~ a a inst. Penn a. Canal co. Thu hand on a can 1 Al from naut Ieok to Northumberland 1 fair the sum of $75,000 that thu i. L. And w. R. R. Co. Pays a regular annual tax on the part of thu canal lying within Montour county on an assessed basis a if $1,500 that since such Purchase said Railroad company has exercised an absolute ownership and a a cd naive control Over the old a canal. Or. Keims protest. John Keim appeared he for Council to it protest against the tilling up a of tin canal at thu up or end of the Borough without making proper provision fair wedding a Surprise. Miss Blanche May Coxey and or go org a a a la. Both attendants at thu Hospital for thu insane were United in Matrimony on tuesday evening. The nuptial knot was tip Al by the Rev. Robert of Boyle at the parsonage a if thu reformed Church Sunbury. At to p. M. Thu Bride and Groom Wen attended by miss Annie que Rry and or. Charles Silver also attendants at the Hospital for the insane. The marriage of the Young couple draining. Any us elect in the matter proved a great Surprise to their friends of drainage he it acc la re Al. Would cause at the Hospital As it was not known his Brick Yard to overflow and would j that they contemplated Matrimony. Put him out of business. George Edu Molson a Jared before Council asking that the opera House j _ License fair the ensuing season be fixed 1.,. A Fanner from Rush township in at the same sign re As last Veary sixty Danvila Vestor Dav. State Al that in that dollars. On motion a it or. Leaver it a a ,., Section potatoes Wou lil not yield a Unm was so ordered. 1 one third of crop. Will ask state Aid. I. X. Grier. Esq., a member of tin Board of trustees of thu Hospital for the insane addressed Council on the subject of the Public Road lying Between the Macadam Highway near the Hospital constructed by thu trustees and Faust str it in the Borough of Danville. The above so Eton a if Road he declared is in a deplorable condition. It should he made wider lie said also that it should he macadamia de. On motion a if or. Finnigna thu matter was referred to i the committee on streets and Brit lots with instruct ions to i see whether state Aid can not be so cured. Paving East Market Street. Charles p. of thu Danvila and Sunbury transit company was present to Confer with Council relative to thu paving of East Markt to Street i tween Pine str it and Cook s Nourr. Or. Hancock Coplai Iuno that if Council on Ltd waive the single a Tiitu a if changing the trolley rail in us in East Market Street he would at once unite with the Borough in awarding the contract for paving assuming his pro Porti a of Cost. Or. Hancock a pro it position makes it possible to award thu contract without thu a Lelay of sixty a lays As pro i did by Law. Council Scciu-<�1 disposed re a act favourably a in or. Hancock s suggestion but no definite act Ltd was Ink a a. Lamps broken i or. Connolly reported i to her a it of electric Light globes air being a broken presumably by boys and he j thought a full invest Gar Ion should he St pm foot. Borough ele Erieian Smith j re Poi Ted that the inca Ith scout lights i Are being into a Fern a with in a similar i manner. The Roisa standing Reward of five dollars for thu arrest and conviction of persons found guilty a of breaking globes of electric lights. New lights. On motion of or. Deutsch it was ordered that an incaud�8cent Light be placed pm East Mahoning Street at Groves court. On motion of or. Con vol lev it was ordered that an incandescent Light by placed on Green Street at the rear of Grove Church. Than Oue third a if a a Rop. Under thu circumstances if was his opium of that thu Price of potatoes which is now one Dollar Jar Bushel will not will rather Rist As the season advances. A peculiarity a if the potato crop this season is that the potatoes Are not Small in size but As a Rule Are Large. Only one it in two. However Are found a in a stalk so Liat a Large acreage produces comparatively a Small yield. Case of appendicitis. Mrs. Ella Brannon widow of the late Patrick Branumn of Exchange was successfully operated on for a Ienz lie itis yesterday. The operation was performed at thu Home of mrs. Brannon at 12 of clock 1 v or. Gore Lnor of Exchange and drs. Bruner and Shuman of Bloomsburg. Unless com plications arise it is Belicv-<�?��1 that mrs. Brannon will rapidly recover. Her condition last evening was most encouraging. A Rasli Tongue heart. It Ift a makes a sad extremes meet and finish tie with Danville still in the Lead thu Susquehanna league goes merrily on toward the finish. By reason of saturday s tip Between this towns team and Berwick the nans were Able to temporarily gain it us game on tin Lead Lars Cut Ting Down Danville a Lead to 15� Points. Saturdays games in the league caused not a change in the standing a if thu clubs. The tie Between Danville and Berwick will 1>� played a Iff wednesday afternoon on the Home grounds. Results of saturdays games. Danville 8 Berwick 3 14 ins Bloomsburg 8 Al leu 1. Nanticoke 18 Benton. 1. Slick shiny 5 Nescopeck 8. Standing of the clubs. W. L. . Danville. 18 6 .750 Nanticoke. .15� 7 .781 Slick shiny. .15 5�. 625 Bloomsburg. .12 13 .480 Benton. .10 14 .417 Nesco Jirek. .10 15 .4 h Alden. 8 18 .308 Berwick. 7 17. 202 the following members were pres int Schatz. Finnigan Cleaver. Pur-�1. Jones. Everhart Deutsch Andy i Blohn. 1�itf Burgess Ani Shury was also i present. Tin following Hills we re approved mini payment Luing Borough department. L. And w. R. R. Co________$1 57.44 labor and hauling 215.45 regular employes117.50 James Gibson. 10.50 u. S. Express co. .80 Washington fire co. .45 Joseph Lechner.85 unit etl Tel. And to a. Go.40 Danville Fol y. And machine co 8.7s Penn a. Brake beam co. 61.64 water department. Regular employees. $153.50 Peoples Coal yard132.10 Friendship firt company. 14.64 Joseph Lechner. 14.70 Washington fire co45 those a if us who like to be inside the Gates when thu game is exciting car mainly had an overflowing measure a if superlative agitation during the to liar Tel a stages a if saturdays 3 to 3contest Between the rear and Van guards a if thu suss us Hanna league. The outpouring a if enthusiasm grip. Pad everybody at the gain and toward thu Elul when the two Tennis were running neck and neck neither six la Abl to a gain an advantage the infection a if excitement spread to i even the Gray he Are is and the ladies. Man with Snow White hair count a Al one two three with the swings of Morris Bat and thu dear ladies who Are among tin Best no trons of the great game in Dau Villa. Went Home to i Fry two baggers and strike outs for a belated supper. It was a Case of overconfidence that was Likely responsible for Danville not taking the game. Thu forecasters had figured it out that Danville would have a smooth voyage to a Victory and As a result a shift was made in the line up which proved disastrous. Berwick having their three runs precut cd to them All unmerited. Bur in it to i the cry a lit a if the Danville team when to lug a saw the game Ltd the Toboggan things tightened up to i such a do Gre a that not again were the opponents allowed to it tally although their determined and aggressive playing a number a if times gave things a hazardous aspect. In the told Berwick put up a game Worth going Miles to see. By Brilliant work Savage s boys maintained their Lead until the sixth when Danville Seora it twice Ami tied tin game. After that it was a Blank for both sides for seven innings. Twice Danvila pushed a Man As far As third. But each time Berwick staved off defeat by retiring tin Side in fore thu plate was crossed. Once in the twelfth Berwick got a Man on thu Ali in station but a he was left to a kick up his heels them while a line drive it Coveleskie re tired Lulu Side. Berwick played a Dandy first class game. They were right out to win from thu Start Anil All the time every Man Ltd of the Niru was on his toes. They gave Danville one a if the biggest surprises a if the season All credit to them. Blocks pitched a Good Heady game. Six of thu hits made a Iff his ill a livery were made in the fifth and a sixth innings. The rest were Scott it re a i and availed nothing. For Danville things broke badly. Especially the sixth. In this innings two singles. A two i Bagger and a three Bagger and a base on balls would Only be made to Sci Ira two runs when at least twice that number should have tallied. That awful. First. The first innings when Berwick scored their three is most ail awful hard Luck Story. Just list a. Ash struck out taking his third swing on a will pitch Ami reaching first. My Iyer Bantit a d in front of thu plate and got first when amme nmn failed to Fiehl thu Lull in time. Fisher Laid a slow one Down toward third has which want in the catalogue As a scratch hit. This loaded tin cushions. While Morris was at Bat Rowe threw to Ltd Hess to catch Ash the throw being wild and Ash scoring. My Orris went a nit of aground or to i uni Lauf. Blocks struck out but while he was at hat a jkiss��1 Hall score Al Moyer. With Savage at Bat a pitched Ball struck tin front a a go of the plate bounding High in the air us hewing Fisher to a tally. Savage in thu menu while took his Bast on balls lint thu carnage was ended by Evans sending one to i re iwo and going a Lown. After thu first Berwick tried in vain to Scort. Only it my More hit did they get Ami but once in thu last two Lvi it pastor caller at Pine Street tin congregation of Pine Street lutheran Church sunday extended an unanimous Call to the Rev. To. H. Mussulman of Litchfield 111. Tim pulpit at pint Street lutheran Church has been vacant since thu resignation of the Rev. L. W. Walter which took effect thu last sunday in july. In the interim several candidates were heard. Sunday thu pulpit was supplied by thu Rev. I. B. Floyd d. D., a if Selinsgrove. At thu close a if the service Lay morning a congregational meeting was hell. The Church Council recommended a the Rev. J. H. Mussulman. A vote was taken with the result that tin Rev. Or. Mussulman was unanimously chosen As pastor. It is believed that he will accept thu Call although at what a late he May enter upon the pastorate can not be determined at present. Until the new Jastor arrives the pulpit will be supplied by the Rev. B. Floyd d. A. A if Susquehanna University who preached sunday. Rev. To. H. Mussulman the pastor elect is thirty two years of age and has a wife and one child. Hot is a graduate of Gettysburg theological Seminary. To is a native of Gettysburg and has he leu at Litchfield fair several years. He is a Young Man of Promise Ami made a Fine impression on the congregation of Pine str it lutheran Church when he file d that pulpit recently. Accepted position. Miss Jennie Lovett left yesterday for Canton Ohio where Slu has accept Al a position in the physical training department in thu y. W. C. A. Precedent is Imp always a righteous and a commendable thing. Innings a lib a a Berwick Ruuno a gut beyond 8econ�l base. Danville on thu other hand. Kyj t getting better All the while. In the second Anmie Man gave place to do to Ley be Himl the Bat. In thu third innings a opt eke Rowe was hit in tin Abdomen by a pitched Ball Ami put our of to game. After that Cove a skin went into the Box and anime Ian took get Field. In the fifth Danville made her first tally. Dooley reached first on an in fit la a hit. Metzler drove a hit into right Fiehl Ami both were a it a Vance Al a base on a grounder to first base. Hess dry a a a pass Ami the basis were full. Livengood got to first a in con Vuryl a error Dooley scoring and Metzler being caught trying to my in it Home a in a pretty throw from right Field to i thu plate. Catcher Morris whipped tin Hall to first catching Liv eng Oil and re tiring the Side wit i but one run. Again in thu sixth Danville pulled two runs ont of thu Hole. Urn Lauf Ojiem Al with a two Bagger into Center. Coveleskie Fol Hiwet suit with a line to cent a which brought a Buck Quot Home. Coveleskie got caught a Iff first before Thomas went Down on a Groubler to the Pitcher. Mackert then drove the longest hit of the Ganu Iury it left fit la Lff or three sacks. While Dooley was at Bat Mackert scored on a nisso Dball. Dooley got a pass. Metzler drove a pretty single into right Dooley going to third. Anmie Man went Down on a grounder to Short. Danville. R. H. O. A. E. Hess 3b0 0 1 4 0 Livengood 2b .0 0 1 1 0 uni Lauf is. 1 2 5 8 2 Coveleskie. Of. A. 0 2 1 3 0 Thomas la. 0 0 11 1 1 Mackert if. .1 1 1 0 0 Dooley c.1 8 12 2 0 Metzler of. .0 8 3 0 0 Ammerman a of. .0 0 2 0 1 Rowe i. .0 0 1 1 1 a a a a a totals3 Berwick. 11 35� 15 5 r. H. O. A. E. Ash. Is. 1 1 1 5 0 Moyer if. .1 0 2 1 0 Fisher la. .1 1 1 5 1 0 Morris a. .0 0 8 1 0 blokus a. .0 0 2 7 0 Savage 3b. .0 0 0 1 1 Evans of. .0 0 5 1 0 Daggett if. .0 0 2 0 0 convert. 21� .0 0 8 2 1 the Priesthood thu ordination service at Christ memorial Church tuesday when the Rev. John costello was Introduc-��?��1 into thu office of the Christian ministry constituted one of thu most Beautiful and impressive Church functions Ever witnessed in this City. Thu altar was beautifully decorated with Many lights and Flowers. Morning prayer without music was said by thu Rev. J. W. Diggles a if St. Paul sat Bloomsburg. The Ordie Tiou and the ceremonies connected with it followed at 11 o clock. Thu service began with a procession of the choir thu candidate the visiting clergymen and thu Bishop. The Sermon was preached by thu Rev. George v. Atkinson of St. patients re it thew s Church Minburn. And was a. A which 420 quarts were very masterly Effort Rise discourse was founded on St. Matthew Lluli chapter Ami 10th Verst a behold i Semi my messenger before thy face which shall prepare thy Way before Only a la Riff synopsis of thu Sermon can he Given Here. Thu thru a great functions of a priest Are first air chiefly to a offer a Lay by a Lay the holy sacrifice of the body and blood a if Christ before the face of the eternal father. Second to declare and pronounce to his people being penitent the absolution and remission of their sins. The third notable function of thu Priesthood is to bless in gods name both people and things for holy uses. The charge to the candidate was most Beautiful. In part it was Asfe in lows a you have served goil in the diaconate and now you hear his voice saying to i you a Heidi cd Forth i Call you not you Friend for All things that i hav heard of my father i have made known unto you. A a i ave not chosen me hut i have chosen von and ordained you. T of dispensary the report of tin tuberculosis dispensary of this City to the state department of health presents thu usual interesting array of figures and shows that Little Montour is most a a Niraly sustaining its warfare on the great White plague. No i patients were admitted during the past month neither Wen any a Lis charged. Thirty four a Latie uts Are cult la a treatment fifteen males Ami nine-1 teen females. There were no deaths. There were thirty six return visits. In twelve there was an in areas of weight in Nineteen thu weight Rima ined unchanged in three Ali Era was a loss of weight. Only one patient was taking my Licine during the Mouth. The nurse made Twenty five visits. A veil milk of ordered. Fifteen patients received eggs. Of which 12s., dozens were ordered. Thu above figures bring Homo to one in a very forcible Way the full extent of thu ravages a if tuberculosis. We would no a doubt in much shocked to learn that to had in this District that number of cases a if any other disease even if less fatal in form. Yet the above number re pro sets Only thu indigent those without Means to procure proper food and treatment and represents in All probability not More than half the number afflicted with tuberculosis in this immediate Vicinity. Dehart in quarantine. There was a of a a ling of great a Lis quietude on the South Side yesterday caused by the presence there on tues Raur or a Bacon but i lev a called Day of a Friday Quot Dehart the alleged diphtheria victim of Bloomsburg who Hud fled from the latter place to it avoid a quarantine. In one a if the houses on the South six la that Dehart entered a occupied by a relative it was stated yesterday then were Sevy Rel children and it is fear Al that thu disease May i develop in them. Our readers will he gratified to learn that Dehart is Back at his mothers Home Safe in quarantine. From South Dan Lite tuesday he proceeded a up the Pennsylvania tracks Ami when thu Section Crew returned from work they found him sitting along the track at Little roaring Creek. Thu a spoke to him us they passed list in a Nadu no reply. Yesterday Imir Ninga the Bloomsburg Board of health la armed that Dehart i was near the double track Bridge just below the town. He was apprehended at that place he officer Fornwald Ami Constable Betz and taken m the Home a if his Mother in Bloomsburg. The place was immediately placed under Nara urine. On monday Dehart complained of having sore Throat. Or. Baker Diagmis-��1 the ailment As diphtheria and Uotifi-��1 the Secretary of tin Board of health i r. J. E. Shuman we it later concurred in the opinion that d Harr was suffering from a Well defined ease of j diphtheria. I Dehart however insisted that he Rev. to costello. That Yon a i go Ana bring Forth fruit and that your fruit should a Ltd main to. Whatsoever be shall ask of the Atli Iii my name he will give it Yon. A from this a Lay Forward Jesus Christ Only had an attack of Quincy and left his mothers House before the quaran Tiue Earl could be put up. Commits himself both his natural body Ami his mystical body to his priests. In the holy a a Ueha Rist we have jurisdiction Over his natural body for at our won he conies to it his altar under the forms of bread and wine and allows us to touch Ami Halle him and give him As Tom food of the faithful in holy communion. Our jurisdiction Over Christ a boy by mystical is a a Ltd a revised in the sacrament of pc Anci. Where by Iod s command we bind or it Loose men from their sins. In the tri Hunan of love and Nurcy it Are acting As god s ambassadors and by his authority committed onto we absolve j the penitent Frt m All his the presentation of the candidate was Nindo by the Rev. L. F. Baker. Tie Litany was said by thu it. Rev. James Heury of the Dio Eust of Harrisburg. Then followed thu Celebration a if tin holy eucharist during which after the gospel the the planet Mars. There has been Imundi discussion about town during the few nights past Over a Star of phenomenal brightness that appears in the Eastern heavens. The Star far outshines any other Star in the ski which fact somehow Lias suggested thu theory that it is a an electric Light that or. Edison has put up in the sky. A a the Bright Star is the planet Mars. Thu reason Why it is so Bright just now is that it is nearer the Earth than it has been since 1s�i2, being at present less than half the distance of the Sun. Some astronomers Are of thu opinion that Mars is inhabited like thu Earth. Death claims aged Man. A totals.3 2 80 15� 2 Berwick. .3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0�?3 a Danville ____0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 o 0 0�?3 stub la bases Umlauf Dooley. . Savage. Two base hits Dooley. Umlaut. Three base hits Mackert. Sacrifice a hits a Livengood Moyer. Double plays uni Lauf to Thomas Dooley to uni Lauf Evans to Savage blokus to it Fisher. Struck onto by Rowe 3 by Coveleskie. 11 by Block us 15. Bases on Halls a Iff Rowe. 2 off Coveleskie 2 off blocks 4. Passed Halls anime Ian Morris 2. Wild pitches Row 2 blokus. Hit by pitched balls Thomas Rowe liven Good. Time�?2 15. Umpire Hagenmeyer. Candidate was examined by the Bishop after which the Bishop and thu priests Maui Al Messersmith an old and will pro sent Laid a their hands on the candid it resident of Mou Tuur county Nfn s head Ami the words of the it Ira i his Horn 11 Lihuey township nation we re pronounced. The eucharist he it two Miles from �?�>-jir����?���?���1��1. Tie music was most la a Auti tor fifty of terms. Death a he non Daft a fully and impressively re my Era div a i a l Rota to Al illness of Brights a Lis fun 11 choir Aud consisted of Erve mass in b Fiat. Thu deceased is survived by one son John con v a Rinus of St. Marva a. John who i re six Les it i farm Ami one a a $ of w v chaplain and carried tin a Wist Ora i staff j ui1 Rai services will be held at the j. W. Wiggles of Grace Church. River s to i his. At i o clock. Side was Custy Kli Aii of the Bible. Beh Tenient ill t a litre Church cemetery. Roy f. Baker general Missio Iiara. Was also pro shut. The Rev. John costello the pastor ordain Cal. Is a native a if Australia. He worked in Home missions 13 years ago. He came to this country 5 years ago and worked in the ascension Church new York under the Rev. Walter e. Bentley he then came to this diocese and took charge a if the Church at or. Carmel nil a Cutrali fair our year. He was then sent by the Bishop to the charge a if Northumberland Rivurs Itlo for carrying a gun. The first arrest Tudur tin no unit act of ass. Lully denying to it aliens the right to i carry guns or to Hunt was made at shun Likiu when John Groboski was Arr std and find Al $25.00 and costs. Ail Catawissa where la remained some nine months. His next charge was at Waynesboro and Mont Alto where Luis also chaplain at tin White Pine Sanatorium. He is now planning to build a Church at Waynesboro \

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