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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XVI No. 26 Saturday, February 18, 1905.
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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XVI No. 26 Saturday, February 18, 1905.
13 January 2014
Ardmore, Pa. : M.J. Ensign
Historical Society of Montgomery County
Montgomery County (Pa.)
grhmntt I 7 VOLUME XVI. NO. 26 ARDMORE, PA. FEBRUARY IS, 1905 B. 2 CENTS A COPY Mi NEWS or THE WEEK CONDENSED Notes of General Interest Gathered Here and There Around Town. BRIEF PERSONAL MENTION I never -I I mm so Illllrt Thnt when yon got right netr Next wednofsdn ingtonlsntrtltday. lnvitstions nre out rnr the nrttsn. th annual reunion and banquet at the Merion Fire company, which takes place on next Thursday evens ing. Rev. G. s. cossner. of Philadelr pllia, was the gttest of Mr. Edwin Smith or r: y will be ljlllzr-git, -t ZlVEl1IlEa quested to be present. Wednesday being s legal holiday the banlt will he closed all dny, and the post-office horn in until 5.30. Miss Sophie Arnold gave a Vul- entine luncheon. on Tuesday, to n nunther at her friends. Arrangements are be inside REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF BRYN MAWR CITIZENS’ ASSOC’N Organization Which Gave Material Aid to the Authorities in Connection With the Manayunk Pool Room Cases Growing Out of the Raid Made on the Place in July. ‘ publish below, as n mutter which we believe will be of general interest to the community, a report runde by the committee of the Bryn d the Organization of the committee was promptly enected on the tenth day or A tion of the necessary testintony for the trial of the causes. In view the great nuulber of cns-es involved and the large amount nl nddition labor thus inl lionoi the canses, with tltis idea in rnind, they, tortnnntely, were nble to secure the valuable services of Theodore Lane Benn, Esq., and Frank P. Pritcllartl, Esq., it. not tmittnctioti with the county author. all WEEK'S G000 RECORD Ardmore Bowlers Visit Neigh- boring Alleya and Best Opponents. INDIVIDUAL SCORES HIGH The shnrplest ttntl th:Ard.I'nore Rum- hlttl met an Another interesting gun‘: pluyed on w FOR LUCAIABOWLERS Fridny int on the West in BRYN MAWR RAISES $30.0000l‘ ENDOWMENT One Million Dollars Needed for College to Maintain Present High Standing. TO BE RAISED AT ONCE Ne-rly dred -luninse or nry On it two hun n llege ntto tied the Inmlll tutel- Mawr Citizens’ Associntion appointed lsst summer to aid the autltori. “?"""““7' 3"’ "" "‘""= “W Won :23 on s-ntrdty. in Taylor; 01-IA:.e"kA ti: lies in connection with the usnnyttnlt pool roont cttses "“" ‘.“‘ '""‘;!"f;;;;'S tortedniiinrt Se in elftlattmeuvt ol ‘Loon, Wl‘1.l.lAn RIGHTBX Flsnnx, 1559.. u "E "2 ooolorthc college. V. C-rIw- President Bryn Mnwr Citizens’ Association, .55 9,, 39.. '0'd- ch-mu-H ti; “M”-"== W“"“'““r .Bryn Mawr,,Penns,ylvtIn' 1 I44 l5:- see "P" E‘. ‘ ‘ "“ D-who I i I ‘ ' -c V i I 4 “'i:.":.i:f::;’;“.;%:;::i‘::r.... ., The following report is submitted on behalf of the Committee op. 155 its. 433 H mm 0‘ the mm“: pointed under unrl by virtue of a resolution of the Board of Directors Tom M I gm” “Witllin the lust lew years the need or of the Association passed on August 4, room as follow ; ;‘RDMo'R ’E‘LER5s” - I-rser endowment: hu becmm incens- ivlrnttnas,lt ‘s the tents or this no-rd that the Action or y E ' mgiy “’g’“‘‘ The ”““‘F‘ 91'1"‘ "’d the Lower Merion -l-ownshi Commissioner; in relation to the T>5'““"v-w '" '37- 398 b----ms hm outgrown -is up mill oi the notorious gain’ ‘rig itouoe tttwestlvluunyuule on sntnrtdnyl H. l-‘rsnch,... IQ I19A 412 million dollnnu the sin lent stun thnt , l;‘I:::]).;t;>lf?;io;9oL‘4I. -evil:-ervf--igiof the nut-‘I hed‘yhc‘ivn;;1=eud-ttion and C. Bailey I49 156- 4 will tdeqnntely meet the need, end the est lunsa ncoulnlum ..n . M ' I - . 4 no: nnti to port Ihould be 'ven in senu’iing the due ,i:fs5e'cniiiti."'tit X67 “9- '39 ‘"11 ’“'"“'“ ""3" '“ h‘ "‘’‘d "‘ "3"" Ill otrenrloro In this intttnoe. uswel tsthe genenlnintntennnce ollnw U’ “0- 359 “ n -835 the wllelze oventd with I'- Ind order: - w -- cntlnwtntntol tbottt tt,ooo,ooo. the be Raulwdv not n otlnlmitteebe tppointed by ‘ltl9Pl'$l(leI1(,Q0l'lAlSI> 713 6sIs2n8 quert or Dr. yoteph w. Taylor, of nur. ing of Eve members ol tlIisAssacinumI (the resident, ex-ollicio,to ' n, y r. ' ' t said committee in the next (ew h tnglo nbout too students were long t the um: d-y. on the home nilsys. nlty oltwelllyrivet The ncndeutic tree. thnt between the nnlnwurtt Fiel clnn .p,,,,,,;...g ..,. .t., it, to. retgarch tes nnti the Ardntorn IlnlrAm,J ‘ s..a du work w -lw re--med in - victory lor Artltnore. .nnh indnostnenu thnt Bryn itinwr hrs The score tollows: . nine to obtain men Ind wooden or DELAWARE FIELD 'c1.uli, ity ' <1 in is Ind Is DO THE PEOPLE OF ARDMORE REALLY WANT A Y. M. C. A. Poorly Attended Meeting Makes Directors Open Their Eyes--They Strive to Get opinion oi Pnhlioiihe Last Call Given. given the’ The director: Ind otticsrs n , ha ve Lrelluoully lor the sstnhllthnteut ung Men‘: ri inn Assad ’ A grelt tlittppointnrsnt WII ulEeer1 of the Y. M. C. A. ol [nwevr Mer-‘ worked 1 ion on Monllay evening last, when, inlot nYo response to B general invitnlion in slitttti n l Atdtnore, th 'ould be be by rush on tin ID nppesrtt e. iln ntion, Ind, one deli e our set (or ting tin ey ved edlolenvelhq tntt. u'elar:k, bttt tip ttntil 9 o'clock but tho‘ter in the lzlmll uf.ll.l t. ltncerd. ntengrs numherabove mentioned lnvinglingly, they luv: itsnetl .tho,.tolln-ting put in an nppeur ' hi .it . lune, it whs decided to lrtnlnr, V ing. l , tdjottrn the rnoet ncrsonal Invitations sent out , Antiottticed in Three churches and in the Men’: Meeting for Two Sundays. c‘ spenlts lor tel; Advertised in Two Papers and on the Bulletin Board Four Days. RESPONDED TO THE cAi.l,. 4 Does Ardmoie Want a Young Men 5 Christian Association '2 Another nieeting lIn< been called ior Monday Evening, Feb. 20, 8 0'eIock at the Baptlstcllurcll. Cricket Avenue. Ardmore, to give the young men of this vicinity one more cipporuulity to show by their presence that they want n Young Men's Christian Association. with all the ntlvalltagm and plonsures that go with it. Are you in mar ol the nnwenlent or against it? The Directors will not secure a Club llouse until they lmow what you tllinll about it. Your presellce or absence iterlfmvtitlly night will allswer the question. If you can’! come, write to the secretary. last call. This will be the . . r W“ ities in the trial of ti e causes. 'l‘ltnso oi the collmliltce who were pras- ., ...... .',,...., ,....,, ....,...,..., Mme“ wbe given 50 “min cm in these trials gladly bear I-Esllllloll): to the learned and convincing H W‘ ‘5‘‘ 3“ there has been nni rears oido pen ant. ‘ . ' . . nrgttnients or those gentleinen in opposition to the ntotion to qttash the ‘V3 "3" 4“ ml-e cost at mine m Phi Mn and dining the tvtelt beginning Mnrch . . .. . . . -- -n s- .. ,1 d. , 6‘ mtllctments. In nddltlorl totllis, it is proper to note that the profes- 3 7397“6o thevtctntly. 1‘ cc ge ssnccor tngy s .- . - v , - s - . 54 snlrevetl iront the higher loo The mm ‘mm Mm me new stonnl ttorlt prell:nllnar)‘to the t;t.als, consisting oi the prepnratlon of - ‘ we H“ M“, NV.“ and “PR.” ole Fmmis dc H mm ,, Wm lndlm d .t the turnsn thetrnrtscrtptsoi the Justice of the On -ntcnlny the lznntblsrs jounleyed “Mum PM m,,.,mp,.,, ,,.,,,,”.,,,,,g. be , . H 1! Peace, was r! Mr. Bean with the highest degree of proles. tothe-llew It Sixty-dz-r-ij-n-1 Mum .,.:..t.tt..g.;..tltntl.ns come from the swan-n o as . aver mg. ...... .t.....,..t...t..t.....t...t..t. inn mmW,,..c,,,. ",,..g,m,.. “"4 C""‘g" "“ F"‘”"' “““““"’ l ’llile the resttlts of the cescs against the various defendants hnve ‘““E‘““ ’“‘" “."Y W‘ "“"““' "“‘ ‘""‘ or u-= halls of r=si'1el>me 5 = "'9 Fe"’““'y "" “"3" ”'d‘’“‘‘' W“ been very widt-iv disseniinntetl from time to tinte tltrott h the nbli '"”"'" "‘"g"" 5”” btnldntgshavc beerll xlslencc nearly Professor Lucien Fottlet. of Bryn ) i P ,m”e‘&melN W er mm com M f I 3 dsl’ 0 IXAIJDINGTON. t ...ty yctr. .1 Ll fmiu now on, B5 th Maw, Couege Wm pa,“ ,o,,,;”ub, lrl-no.1‘ . e. P P . P lone nerecor of the .40, 4., pl.-tntlentlsto wenrout, the item of r . jeep‘ iichmembriaud en mu‘ Assoctatloii, to collate the Sziule. C “P "5 P I“, G, ,...g 3...... 4,3... . ,, At the October Term, 1904. the Grand Jury found true hills of 257 335 on the income or ec Inge. Thclsrge 'q" indictintnt in one ltttndretl and eleven cnnses ilicludill rinci als I W 93 l’"‘“‘‘‘“‘" '‘‘“‘“‘“'“'i‘‘‘’ "““"‘ 1ntltctnon's-tneeting in Merion pd wmm and mum iuconnemonwiulm 1 9 P P A. s mgn 5,, gtltolndorntttoryisnestietiiorthern... Tille Hall, tormorrow nnernoon, 35'5" 15 gum [Em H’; W ms Wm on t‘h"‘i‘.’t"“"“: 1"‘ ‘lmp ; , A uiugexpcusell altlie r. wlllclt nos the speaker will be A. . xlle H j 151165 men“, am am: for Imesn d“, '5 "’ mg 0 Totuls...........753 ygysngg givsnbythotlnntnasnndlncnrltor the Esq“ the eloqmm Philadelphia lose, one, 3 1 en y). nits continued. “ORE RMWLERS. It is he ‘mo ttn esirab thnt V p . . 1.. 5ve cnsesp as or not guilty were accepted, the evldeiice in the the authorities the collage slmld 1" l:nV)er, dull the balolstwlll he . . . , . IE9 2oo- 518 . . B , 1 . . . hntnls ot the prosecution being deoined ntsttiiictent to convict In the P“‘“‘=“d="C“ Y ‘"“" ‘""‘”‘"K 0 Harry G‘shMFV leader oftlw Bryn . . . K m" we dcpemlmm “R cm V. 1 d 1 f .' . "5 ‘37’ 39" tultionlec. Higheretlttcttinnlorwnrrtott Mawr Ba . , "“‘“““‘?3 ““"‘ MC 9 ‘ pm 0 “my bmg “5 "5‘ 39‘ rowsnlcrcilrl rzttivelroni ytnr to year. entered in zllloflllelll nttertltnt of GeorgcH clarltson n rinci al bad 135 1537 422 " P’ it, A “ml... rVasm,,g,,,,, ‘ea and p i I C - > i P P . W '59‘ A" went)’-live years sgonwonntn wit tn mmwmbe given W the “dies procccdod to the conclusioho llc onintonttenlth cute. org . A,B,wJsreganled I hly s tppctl .'. ‘ or El 1 . r. n ( I al d drl,d mdsucmy MSL Pa“ . Hum“ Llaritsonttnsseiitence to tint ergo an ilrlprholilllellto s da nd iayt-e s st is e:-mu e an s Church, in the st,ncl;ty.scbool roolll, Tttesdny eve“ning', February zl, nt 3 o'clock A silver offering will be receivetlntthe door. An approp- riale sollverlir will he presented to each guest Presenl. Mrs. <;sr‘;ltoin's‘rnitlt, or walnut avenne, Ar more. wet qalled away sutltletly on wedttosdny, by the tlentll or her sister. Mrs. George clarlt. oikociiester, N. Y. Tho Slit-pllerds or Bethlehem. which ' ' er, will to the order. lle,cerenlunieS will he lullotvcil by n bthtptst. r n..l ilrs-.i2ficltar.'l J. Huinils tnt will renioxs to their llallllsolne leek. new home nnring the cotnnt d , nutnber got Ar-ll’llul";' Ert-nlell,will attend. Tile newly orgnnized Epwortll League oi the Matthew slurp-ton church has recelvttl its charter, The Misses McCurIly, of Marion Square, gave s very enjoyable Val- entitle party on Tuesclny evening to B ntlmber til’ their iriellds ilr, and ure-l>rs-mt sints, (inrr rllerly of rdll-lnre),0i' Philadelpllia, are receiving ooogmulstions on the birth och Kdhughter. Wrlyleys illew Confection Nlps ‘ fy";f,’;,’,'f;',1"’ 10 for 5 Cents. Al THE ARCIDE, Magazines for March at the Arcade New: Stand. I t s n fine or live lIi1ll(lre(l tlollnrs and costs. Victai Elllaliuel, the lelegriipll operator cluployell ill the pool room, was sentenced to tllirly (lays illlprisolllilnlit and to pay a Fine of Eve hundred dollars and 5:5. en 1 of the other forty-nine cases a 6m: of fifty dollars and Costs was imposed. At the lollowiug tcrln oi Court the cases of VVilli:irn Lyle, M. A. Roebcck and James Fay were tried, with the result that, in the first, a Fine cf five llilurlred dollars mid ' l, and in each of the others :1 fine of fifty dollars and c The case of Izllnes Deiltly, alias‘ MCC certificate to the effect that he was nomiuetl in a snnitnrittlu at White Haven, by rcnson or ill hcnith. It will be remembered that El nllnlber of persons t ken eiiected their escape nt the police stntion mid rnilrond station at Mon. n)lIi1k, while in the custody of the city police, ell route to Norrislowll. True bilh hnving Llccll iottntl ngaittst nil these men upon the transcripts furttisllecl by the conmiitling llmgistmtc, bench warrants were duly issued by the court ior their npprehet n. T le<e warmilts hnve been plncetl ill the llnlltls of Mr. I"). C, Gilllmlley, of the Lzitvnlld Order Socir city, (or service at such time as tnay best serve the cntls oi justice. It is ll matter of record that no more SllCC:.x<ll.ll mill oi this cllziracter, carried i) so satisiactory n result, has ever occllrretl in the history of )Ionlgotn- cry County. Your conlluittee deem it their duty to bear testimony to the un- hinchiug prohity and honesty, tltrougllottt t l c matter, of the township police, null cs-peci ly of John w. Eruok, tltc justice or the Peace, who snt asconnnittitig rnngistrntc. nvcry intinencc was brou E rustle 'C 3 n o cos S "3. to bear upon these men to defeat the ends of justice; thre.-its wet and bribes were oltered not only in locnl quarters, httt nlso by Pl l d I: II at phin politicimls, with the intention oi tttmlug these then from their duty, bttt witllollt nvnil. VVlIile grntulaterl upon the successful conduct and outcome of these cases. your Comlllittm: nnnnot rt-irnin tron. snt-ing tl result oi the raid and oi tlit: iliztts ll.. la! in their jtttlgntcnt the strip of Lower Marion and to the cotntty or lltnttgntitt-ry than the Ill I t Tnettlny evclllllg. ttlly, wns ngain contititted on protlliclion of s rioctorls K ‘K p 5 ill the rnitl your Ass-ocintinil nnti the colut-nullity at large are to be cou- 0 grcttt tlcal more to the tuivn- or The rctttrn mulch with Eulllirlgton willbeplnyetl on the home nlley next ix lenders in the inrlivitlual tnttr. stnutl ts toliows: The s nnnttttt rcr C. d for next Tuesday isthut Ricllnrll. Hamilton, or hlerton Sqllll’ lect crncnls lor oliic nltonhns served hrlet-rt Lower hit on schoo illlorlinl its to his others lor this most ininortnnt postttnn During llicse a qutr l-inn yearn ot service (twelve n vnnctnto e nonsurltmntetl will: niont-y. h were the smallest st term that V ‘ '1' 716 7957129: tttlny ‘ ” tn lor the w tna wttoltopss jortotne posi- tion that will bring her more thnn daily -u rt it is just bi women on wltont expensive in lturvlest. nnti (or wllom, on the otltcr the very be-II. teaching vttonltl be prl.n'ir.l- ‘cc. o ’ . T t-. dents loml lull cnntrnlsn prtnc p.l cttsooo, which islent to stutlelils i e the third was st have been ntntle -ggre coo. There have been :1, in thoo, lmtllh g tttng nearly 3 tnlussses. "II in thelncttltyntorc than numbers, at it givctttlte it to keup titnt po5ltIolI rho sattvccs thnt will to ’ stub rill, lly l. .n u! post com-. a or etitnttcntttott to k y sin)! nt- in strirllynciltlelliic pttrpo are to be embodied in ses. K . . lrontnll tit ti JlliTTCE BREWER AT HAVERFORD COLLEGE Concludes Selies-of Lecture Course Before Large Audi- ence in Roberts Hall. FULL MILITARY HONORS FOR AN AGED HERO High Ollicel;-of‘ Army and Navy Pay Tribute at Ob- sequies otcol. -ixv. Field. HOPEFUL OF THE FUTURE GALLANT VETERAN GONE In cancluding his ml“ 0‘ lccluvei The lttntrnl cnrtege ofCoIonelT1ionln5 terlord Concise on “The Unwed Sims y Field, which psssrti through Ardniore nCll.istinu tttion," en SUI cs sit. an it testltty, its tiewed by nnntn. l-reme court rum: and M L-rol resillellls who tnsw the gtntnt spoke 0" W=d-les-hil' evwintz 0'' We nltltntrtrtcrnntn lire. Hewnlbuvictlui “Prnllilscs nnti vosvihiltties or the irtt. .pg.,g,a,,, C,,m.,c,'..V W. gm tire" milk or co it or cL‘.S. blnrinc corp Justice Hr-iwcr took a h<>l>eM View 0‘ no wins nccordetl the lnll rni tnrytttnnrnl. thclntttrc ollllis country, ut he s l W, ..,,,1M 0,, 5.,,,g,yV .‘1‘as . that one or the grout rlnllgert lacing-lcit-tl. > g..,m.,.p itetlllutinllitlslllciii ttencc wealth nnt , g,,m,,,,,,;,,. W5. mnlerinldcveloplllent. "Tli.-t hicltnill procetdedto the celli- this nation hour the tlestiity h tnrints lront Ledgtte Islhnd nnrtilot . Tllc lioarsc, with itst1ng.novornd casket nitrnnlcdtltc ttt-nttnn titres‘ enl-along the n . it was covered with llorni dcslxlls, but the plnco ol honor WI: given the leather hit with its tltsttl chltt r ttle e nry which our nrtn nnti nnvy, bull lllilllllz-launzlxulpcihcv hrs more gtnr inn! .-ind ontlttring llmu Ille inttreis o war" tt iron-t Vera Cruz to ‘ Mchito y. f Tile honorttry 1ihlI.lr:.1rers. Brigadier . Gonentl jnntcs Young, lirigntiicr Gtzllcrnl llcprcllictmllllul the sttttleuts huiurz mm: ,,mm mm,“GW,1m.‘ Cn‘,..,;,, hllliwuulil lite to st-c IE nntton rill.-ti W L. ,, “S, ,.,..,<.‘ tnorc nnti more with the spirit lmd prlxir les 0! Llllrlslittllily llllllllllnl. Mtxlicrll :ngi.ner o e IrL(' hnnllcsn llA'rt:s 1'0 WASEIIIIITOII. vu Pnnnlylvhnln lutfnd. Account lung. nntiim at Pi-nriiltlll hoouult. st on". Ind tit-rtn . lnvsrnl, ltlltl trrungctl all cltargc or the tlttsi ltor llle on ncot it l.lIL'lll1lglll’Illl<)ll oi l'rrsi. gre lnlhe in ltescrt-wl, no in. p‘ .1 tor llll tkltllrll v “A pnnislnncnt of the violators of the lztw or tile oollt-ctton oi I rge "“““‘<““'""""‘“"- “"““‘ “".’ "“’1"' ;;,",.,,,.,,,..,,,c,,..., ,I,,,,..,,.’o, ,9“. :"‘K.“' ,m.,,m.g' ,m,.. W“ . . .. nmmm! 05 5 ‘ 1-OOH": “Mlle !II=lilsI' from 111: least olrtimir 'C 5!="I<1- id’m"TE,:l::,::3U;,;u:.,S':,:,r:$,,;,; inlclntirsnittltlepttrttrtcnts. To endow n Allulllllia, Pullsvllle, lltlhtslinvr time oi’ the wvl‘tlTrh‘ul1I‘llm ,point, it sltottltl operate not only as nlnsson to tllosl: who ply their ..’,.,.,‘j‘,.l,, ,. . ,,,, :li:hir)ll0o,ouulnilet:rletl,lo 5;; ‘;;“;';s3,; g.,,,,,,‘,, W995‘ ,nerarions trades in an ndjoillillglllllllicipnlity, but also as n Iltllre‘ e- wn.hIliehrstoIlct0llc" erthts p mm new ""4 W Illllkrtlgf‘1IPN'I'fk;‘f"“‘ 1343;?’ NW lterroritirotitnitittt-a on of our towllsliip lor ltlsd pttrposes. whether tesoluue nu-II-em-IIy<I=i-rivsdm- LII: . m.“.;m or not police protection for certain clnsscsol clinic may be obtailled in f:k:fj"“‘ ",',f,".‘,’cg,'(“,,,’?,$,,,Tf'f“"‘ "M .. . Pllilntlelpllia, ns nlleged in the present that city, no condition of this n. tn... .'.... ol mnlllul 54>n'i(‘c, ho ,,,,m, R, W,“ ‘,5 ,(,,,g .,..,.. H mm mom,“ Hump ltilld exists itl Lower Merion lowllslllp, hhs won nit ostcctn and coiilitlonce ol M My mum up Jum.,.,c.u,.Am...,, ,,.g,,.. t,. .1... ... tor garlic]. Cook, our cmnluittcc also venture to suggest that, in view at the widc- if l"<9‘“"= of min In (In :9 MW Mm.‘ ,. W, 1,, llllllcr. ‘t '1, llrvttsncleitnntg, xtastlttgr‘. sprontlintercst which has hcc-ntnlecn in this rllnller by the cnnnnttnity "1 ‘W H“WmWWW“mm” ‘ ‘Mined "IL :‘:li‘n.h. ttpt Ill or er .t. at In by your the cotnntt J. B. rgo, this report, it acct-ptr:<l ished. By buartl, should be gcnernlly " “ ‘ll nul A I ills Sunday papers at the one News stand. cc, TOWNSEND, JR., Cllairman. I Are tty. l . l.tiig. - ng, e W. liingttntott or llvliln‘ .ll.tr.-l. t it All Lilitlxnl work oi prlvnle house, can 3. n sict-inc nt. llllil lttll llllnrllhtr . tr.rrt.rl.ttt,.t-rsni. 1 rrsnt-e. lion iilwrlyllu Tlefzcteflilcllll, w Illlllww llm. ioa, llnreriortl l‘. 0