Evening Express in Lock-Haven, Pennsylvania
26 Jun 1901

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26 Jun 1901

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Evening Express (Newspaper) - June 26, 1901, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania Twentieth lock june Price two cents Twenty fourth commencement eight two ladies and gentle men graduate at Central state year has been a pleasant and or options the govern Oday witnessed j a an educational by tin Rota Inatio mias Florence of the in ing Al Toiv in to world from connection with age to of the Strong factors has the Twenty fourth been tar assembling of the people for annual com Tual Liis practice Lias tin Meo Cementon the been Coo lined to Ibe educated and followed by the ignorant and Bahai the jobs As the speaker snowed the marvelous influence of on Greece and All How they Stimus speakers at commencement exercises at Central state Normal sent of the Kli ool has been solely a the of the stud cuts them selves and the school As a no rules or regulations have been made that do not have in the highest welfare of the Young people who Are Here seeking an Edu there live been but few refractions of the the most pleasant relation exist Between the members of the faculty Aad the student and with few the students have done faithful work Aad made Good use of their the slate baud of examiners pissed All students recommended by the faculty str and for admission into the on for and Middle year the fact that no one rejected was due t j the car raid sifting of the Conri Dur ing the year Aud the refusal of the faculty to Lea Muano who were not feed to pass the commencement week began with a Mas wily baccalaureate Sermon of sunday even or caved by Lincoln of Bucknell the Junior Clao gave a delightful entertain Meu on which was followed on tuesday evening by the interesting class Day exercises of the lated Trade and Como rce Anil left their in presso the moral and religious life of the the practice of holding inns Trail expositions in in j the works of Art and manufacture Dis plays Wen borrowed for the Prince Allier originated the idea of Mak these exhibitions Anil ibs lint worlds fair was held in London in its wonderful Success led of bar nations to follow the example of great Brit and from that time to the present we live bad frequent of this kind in various starts of the the educating influence of these expositions was for Mihly they destroy stimulates Trade Aad com Merce breakdown National prejudice and race and learning and the Tan american Dow open in was referred to Anil its probable influence on the american republics a Well j As on the world at miss i an by Cottoy Rhifail Clilia Llor Cnoc Hannah Alai ill Jennie Ike Rotta j Mary k Catharine july Praise with of found Peov lace peaceful by mob Lanner Iid the and clothes her ideas in Choice miss Catherine Shoup followed with an excellent Well on women and what they have pays a High tribute to women in the fact Bis heroic characters with a few the male characters Are nearly All marred by some fatal while Bis i for several Yean the practice has prevailed of holding the commencement exercises in the evening this year the time was fixed for Oclock in the when this change was announced it was medic cd outside of the few j Are As grand Noble j the that it was would attend the commencement those vrho Maile this prophecy were entirely for a week the Normal has been astir with parents and other relatives of Ibe former in dents and friends of the school have been the balls have resounded with words of greeting nod Long before the Floorn were opened this morning crowds were gathering on the Campus from the City and coming by at rect cars from the surrounding towns and Aud when the exercise opened the Cuba Kiel was filled to the farthest seat in the those who represent the class on com Mencor Nunt Day Are selected by the faculty mainly of their Faith Fol work Ami exemplary tin thus selected this year were misses Hannah Young Florence Eveleen Catharine Hall Sbona Jennie Liay Mary Kaw and Dorothea and Daniel Kart John sch nah and hairy s As not to make the Prog iut too lengthy and thus weary the misses torn and and suavely and Schwal excused from promptly at Oclock Flickinger conducted to Ibe Henry x of Ursula Tilg nmn Lewis Nichols and and Grid gun of the Board of to the strains of an overture by the stopper and Fisk the members of the graduating class marched to their places in the front part of the the invocation was made by Tilghman pastor of the reformed Church of this the following is the air grim of exercises which were interspersed with music by Tai the first speaker of the morning was miss Hannah subject waa she by calling attention to the Rainy theories Avau Ceiefor the origin of the popular one so Long that after dropping extraordinary elements of the Story the remaining commonplace ideas were of private hat been it is now generally believed that the disposition of the ancients to personify the Phenomena of nature accounts for the existence of these wonderful in these Early times there was no system Atic study of cause and effect nor Laws established by dec Ventilio it was therefore perfectly natural that these quaint and ludicrous stories Aronld be evolved from the the sneaker then showed Bow All mythologies a Mandy Relig ions and grew ont of the mind of the a orients seeking after she recounted the principal myths believed try different nations and told same of the weird stories in an adorable she concluded by saving that while we smile at the queer of the on enlightened age not free from the traces of ancient super this oration showed careful was expressed in Beautiful and waa admirably i tto but Muon we not the woman of fiction of which wished to but the brcithinglj1 woman the tender Loving patient the inspiration of All that been grand and Smuc in Haas Ouia done 1 what has she not done in the on j the Battle in the in Art she has Rev pied and still i holds a prominent the buckling on j of his knights Armor by Bis Ladys was not a Mere Caprice of but a Type of the truth that the souls Armor is never Well set Unla a a woman band has braced her Worth and in Lucacer in the and in the so called humbler Walki of life were described and illustrious examples the influence of woman As wife and sister was strikingly portrayed and emphasized by the tributes paid to her by Worcester Moses of the Sion have just i turned from n tour of the of hindi let nil inter Viv cd the tribesmen and mule a Gen eral study of this found the province they Juji Miles through the mountains with live soldiers nut were ii Neil cordially every they sever ill Allair Lenl Millers am the Fourier complained that they Wenhan Duap cd by of the jul of Lilium to the found the Hills men no to with marring William Gordon us his to Broedy of illicit passion a Tatoo Uicon from indicted by i to Lover she had left or Irr such great men John Randolph and the speaker closet 1 with a Beautiful tribute to the Motherly qualities of the it Queen the magic of music was the subject of a Well written and Linely delivered Oia lion by mias Jennie she introduced her subject by uprating a Norman legend in which a group of Nobles and Aluir re tuners were feasting in the when an aged minstrel entered and began to play the impatient at the in were about to eject when the music took a sudden turn and caught the minstrel continued t and bin fingers touched the its strains awakened the various passions of the from this the showed Bow the hearts of men Are swayed by music and the influence it exerts in All the walks of the application of steam and electricity arc but music dates Lack to orpheus who charmed Aad soothed by the Ryl Mical Oadin Carof Tea Harp of the Sweet Singer of King Saul forgot his ii is Impo Wible to estimate the influence of partial manic on the Soldier As he goes into patriotism is cultivated and Otred thened by National the watch by the the god save the have done Macb to Foster love of country among citizens of Bitae different its influence is All persuasive it reaches All classes and conditions of it gloom and melancholy Aud the soul Uto higher and purer and nobler the oration concluded with a tribute to munic by Madame de the last speaker of the Clam was Earl who spoke of americas in the this Ora Ion waa a discussion of the conditions sex Ming in the and the attitude of our government toward Ticac the speaker reviewed briefly the Circum stances Ander which the United states came into Possession of them described social and wait goal condition of the people in reviewed the argument of Ibe and an found a element a litres Hie establishment of a District on Thiis to that of Hon the were Meh inv is of rated Ity their tour and speak Enthus shirt rally of the Uon Luni climate de spite tip Restiv of Tiiu Rainy they Eimo unifred 11 typhoon while were camped on a Mountain they Ted Barker 4 Onvil card a for tin for Armda Laa in Jersey Thimis Eon viewed of Sluti Lnu with in tent to kill the John Keller of a was visited in the Hudson Ion qty Jersey during tile Day ii two of former the visitors were John sunnier us remained with starker Ationo 13 minutes and then went to the Orttie of mar Hhill with whom they had a half hours Neit Hix St wort nor sunnier would talk Al out porkers ease further than to Siviy that in Inith no work and Arlington a sentiment growing in s of Norand that they were Loti that Sidime Keiit Money Eucild lie Rais Ihl to Eulile him to take an Van Winkle said the was Noth ing new to give out in Rosine Etiopi with the he Hud for to but in any Marker i Dent no action mail in r s 1 had Ronol Llred on tier ladies give a l Rica Sant Ovrut rare in the the ladies of the gave a reception lat an for friends and of the to meet dec irizary and Ami quite n ii Umler availed them selves of the it has a int tie lout the in i tie served the guests Rith refreshing ice which was much Secretary Smith to he the Man in the right and his Estiu ulc wife has a Caronti in Carat in the it a Hejcl the of Loek Lla Veu will bold up the hands of the new Sec and not forget to Kielp Auden Oon Rake the huli of the auxiliary of materially in supplying the of the dropped dead in the to lir Juno one of the Olivest re Ridenti of thin Anil a Man Well known in Niitani died nid Linly Liere Miller was in the barn loing Eho Iea when he fell Over he was Ait ii yearn and by his wife and six the ton big june a Stuffy front room on the third floor of a Rooming at no ij7 North sixth behind a bolted was enact Eil Yeste Nlay Thi Siuai chapter in the triage in of William unlawful love for Margaret the Vilice broke into Thi room two he tics were stretched ujan the Teloir in tin Angle of a woman Vas apparently dying from three Hui lit one Hall having in her of the right the passed into the lower of her and the third lacerating her right the Mau a Stone Drad from a Bullet ent into his Hon a Whiteb be in Liis had inn net to Over a wet1 had Heen contemplating a attack on Artiom he had lived for four during the Awrence of her Hull tack at ten months of this time had been in a furnish id room me at 11 Vin Al than bad gift his own wife for the and on the Mituru of last april was loth to part with Shi to her and according to Bis Oun his since pint much of he time in trying to win her filed by the plugs of he entered the Kite on Lio rur with the intention of making a Tina Para that she return to and Ida were startled by Jordans build he first ask Tel for a cup if Aud than requested that the sister step out of the As he bail private Matteis to discuss with what transpired in the room May never he As Kitson Sank rapidly at the Halin Fibann Hospital Aud died late in the wrote Flint he Hail kilted just after the to angrily Eddie l brother of hurried up to Thi House Healing in his hand a postal card telling of jordan1 intention to murder Ibe it had Luen received by the Mother of mix Kitsou in the first morning mail at Lur ninth Ami Seltzer and real As follows dear have killed i for 1 loved her and she left rite i thought 1 Ili Sirvid liar and she broke my i could not for please forgive this posit card bore Ibe Fot office showing that it was received at t and also bore a station d show ing that it was ready for delivery at 5 simultaneous with the receipt of the postal can at the Conrad Home came a letter to Samuel at Fairhill be was the Young mans to whom he Hail confided on monday night that life without Maggie was she hugged him to lie Calm Anil Ouimitt no rash and he had the Hub Aiida i was always easy Kitsou explained 1 was tiled to let things so Long As the was but i never thought it Ouhl Lead to that was his lament after bin first visit to the lint the other Cist was not so aug on the he bad left a wife for the Sake of the won in he he bad quarrelled nit i in parents on her a he would not give her and jealous of Iii always his plea Wax the he wanted her to go with and to give up Kitson for hut she Vit she world go to his fathers House to Nee she would Call on him when he worked at commission flout and Vine there she was Kuosu a his in twin at thin afternoon the thermometer in front of the building registered m a Ibe with indications that it would to higher before Troulden with the shop workers sow More it May involve Many med that if tar calf emmy hear Tat a a sacral or june striking showmen of the Philadelphia and head ing company have not tvs Urnel to us they had been urged to do by president Haer la ills letter of Satur according to the company not a dozen men out of the who Srnek have returned to of thu there some acres Iii 10 the ranks of the and if president Ita Erx threat that All men who failed to report for work would u discharged is carried into effect to Cru is Likely to he trouble to fore the shops Are again in the clerks worked until a into hour preparatory to paying off who disregarded the presided the car shops Are Ami the boiler making Aud Mark Smith departments Are holders Ami machinists Are waiting for orders to chairman of the joint committee of the has admonished the men to keep away from Aud company property and to All times to Dave with the strike Are following the advice Given by the lenders not to go near the company mra that the though barely in is being Felt in the Community u shown by the caution with which Many business men Are laying in the me hauls nay that until the Illeth Tilty is settled they will not Fuji St in any Quantity of the situation is becoming and a general a trick Over the greater por Tion of thi1 company system if the grif vanes of the men arc not Beard is the impression is current that in order to win the strike not Only the shop employees still at but the trainmen must be called a dispatch from 1uttstlilu says thirty four of the 40 striker at the Anlo Alto shops of heading com put by have not returnee to while the Clair car shops of the same com Pany Are Short but live there in no interruption at the Schuylkill Llaves the striking showmen have opened Headquarters a meeting of the Antral labor Union at Clair resolutions were Passiel offering financial Aid to the and Iron police picketed the approaches to the 1alo Alto but shortly Lic fore him whistle blew for the men to go to work the ii Ollie commissioner Boone list of making in Irennia flow is now corpses buried in of la a skat Grad by Ecial to the Jenna Comasia sooner Bonne while in the barn at hit farm near Ito Neville yesterday was taken ii very he waa brought to the borne of Thomas tartar in Loganton and is somewhat improved commissioner toones illness is due to Hia having been overcome by the heat while in Ibe it will be several Days before he will be Able to he around two switch the Railroad work at Queens Kun Bridge is made it necessary to have another switch engine at this the Williams Wrt Eoal train engine now conies to this every morning and remains Here Dur ing the the engine and Crew doing the additional work at the Bridge is Progress Ding in lilt aria ice at a joint meeting of the commissioner of Clear Fiche and Centre held Llyl Lefont a few Dayn it agreed to build Fiot High triis3 with if foot across the Moshannon Creek at the contract was a aided to York i Ridge at a coat of Itoiz Loritan for livery Mau Fol Tulic received yesterday from the West line horses for the Ilcus Inion lumber one pair of the a matched weighed and the the other hone weighed the sent to Glen Union Julie bodies of flood victims in the poc Abon Taa Flat top Coal Region have been re the list of missing and re ported drowned is the exact loft of life will probably be estimates of the property ions a growing leading officials o the Norfolk and Western tax the dam age to ill rail property betwee Sooper and at this covers a territory mile in Aud the same officials con older that the damage to the property of the Coal operators of the Field i far exceed this the total los is now approximately estimated a general manager Johnson is on the and is being assisted b general superintendent Cassell Hopes to have the line open for passenger truffle in a few i will be 10 Days before the Road will be la condition for heavy a new Road Ltd will have to be made for Many Miles of but at least men Are a ova at work repairing the damage a like number of bands Are at work Ai the various sic Quail of the Turkey Gap Coal and Coke company states tha women and children Are employee la Clearing up the debris and ruins and getting matters in shape for a resume Ron of the passenger service extends to but the real damage Legins at this where a half Mik of track was destroyed and the depot to Stottle and Telegraph office were swept entirely telegraphic com Diun cation extends Only to am the Only Way to get into the District where the greatest havoc prevails is by Slorer of a 3arv an eyewitness of the Hood Welcl devastated Keystone has arrived Here he was a guest of the National hotel one of the few buildings which escaped in speaking of his experience he sail the town was built along one narrow which followed the Stream fully a it canse of limited space the houses on one Sii Stoml on piles or Walls Over the Elkhorn and on the other against the at Daybreak saturday the people realized their the narrow Val Ley gradually been me tilled with rag ing sweeping away Small build Ings mid causing a scramble to Thi Mountain More than a Hundred persons remained to look after women and when the railway Bridge was dually swept the Hood in cured Down the narrow carrying Many persons with eight lives Are known to have teen Hernrd he from the hotel a life line was thrown to a building opposite nud then to the rescuers on tie All those in the Hutel Anil those fortunate enough to reach it were thus enabled to reach i place of at the ii minuet risk of their at Sam knee several persons Are said to have liven the greater Lart of the town was a coloured Miner Rameil Vianer floated Down astride his Cabin and after it was demolished miraculously it is reported that i Proui Lieut physician nud Kinsman of he famous of nudists of his Section and was compelled to shoot two negro plunderers who were rubbing de useless Hood few bodies have Lien the corpses Are hidden in Mammoth piles if some of these piles Are feet High and cover in some instances As much As half a Here of and t will ice the work of Days to search it has Heen suggested that the Best Jan would lie to hum the but lie friends of the dead protest so bitter u the feeling regarding this matter that if it is attempted bloodshed will be taif what the Farmers Are the banners Are the busiest people in the Oon try work in the Corn Elds which was held tack by the wet is being pushed with All possible Iassc in order to be ready for the Harvest which will soon lie Hay making has fun in the valleys and the wheat is pening very this the tobacco growers hive made Good Progress with their planting and on several arms the plants Are ail set and growing the acreage of Toto co this year will Likely be a Little less than last canal at the alias Donod canal u causing sickness i the Standard says president Iles Aud sect tar of the of Ilton of have notified the state Hoard of health and the canal company of is condition of the canal and demanded la some immediate measures lie taken for be Relief of the hundreds of Bosh is of Lime Bave urn scattered along the canal bed and As quite a number of people re ill an epidemic of disease is shooting Arthur and Lester sons of Onn Cillian William were play no with a toy pistol last night when to Thor shot Lester in the right the boys bad placed a Large Grain of shot in the Salol on the top of the the is kill rated Ohio republicans Keno minute for Nippert in second place Taw heat Wai 80 Laitem to fact time waa Leat la Down to Jack it Pabli Ean state convention met Here and Aovai Natch the following ticket lieutenant supreme attorney clerk of the supreme state member of Hoard of Public the convention was in session from to breaking the Ohio re by completing its work in the intense heat was prostrating and the chairman not Only Cut Short Bia Owa but also those of Toben and dispatched easiness with the utmost in those three hours the convention Aoa rated a full state adopted its Deo ration of endorsed Joseph the been Lioan candidate Lor re election As United states completed be party organization for tha Campaign Aad tiber of the seven Only three were new men and one of or lieutenant was Nomia Jastad Alhout after lieutenant Gor nor Caldwell had declined Cameron and Johnson Wen nominated for second terms without of there were free for All Numata r the nomination for supreme judge Aad Lerk of the supreme Llanna la permanent organization waa effected y the selection of senator i senator Foraker introduced per manent chairman of the Man who nows his business and Bow to attend o in assuming the Gavel senator Hama reviewed the administration of fat ent discussed the Ona cuu Ueston and instated that the eni ands a continuance of Confidence n the government in order to Bare con inked this la no be for inn atrial or tier he favored per onal he so Lone a it Lall not interfere with the Poblic no other reference waa made to Itata general Grosvenor pre Tantod Rea buttons committee the read no waa repeatedly and report was immediately the platform reaffirms the Philadel Hiu specifically i Dorsee the old denounces Lynching Aad warmly endorses the National admin is ratio of president Mckinley Aud Tate administration of governor charged with v Man hailing from Famis into detective Ellera Traat i june 14th the printed Tea which was Taka from the go Zette Ami bulletin a Check presumably drawn by Ilson of on the a Filton Naonal Bank for seventy sve dollars payable o the order of Baa need for payment Ami in was discover d to be a it came to first National Bank of Milton from lock i rough regular business Evi Nutly some one in the latter place has been caught by a Cheeky yesterday county detective Keller arrested at Keu ovo a Man giving Ottawa on a warrant Ian Java by Merman chair inf him with the who pit us Bis was Broant to thin City ram Kenova by detective Keller and taken Alderman who held Bias Ian til for a bearing on july Laj bail the prisoner was aest to Arr led on a murder was committed in Mill Creek near Huntingdon last Soa the murdered Man was a eat Provo Sims two to supposed to Bave committed Tea Praet yesterday chief of police of to this by and drove oat to one of the racking contracts above when rested an italian labourer on suspicion of being concerned in the the and Liot struck Lester on the knuckle of the Yosr waa brought to this City and Lodjai Index Finger of Bis right the abot i in jail for a few hours Aad then we Taka dear through the i by Law officer to

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