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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XXVI, No. 17, Saturday January 30, 1915.
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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XXVI, No. 17, Saturday January 30, 1915.
3 September 2014
Ardmore, Pa. : M.J. Ensign
Historical Society of Montgomery County
Montgomery County (Pa.)
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,a‘ V. hit. and ‘ii t.will shortly remove to 37 simp- -r son Roa .r , B“‘oI " ’ ‘(QV v‘l’miwi'E VOL. XXVI N0. 17 ARDMOBE, PA., SATURDAY. JANUARY 30. 1915 PRICE THREE CENTS , NEWS NOTES. LOCAL PERSONAL; GENERAL llelns oi late.-est Piclred Up Here and There for - Chronicle Readers.’ POINTED PARAGRAPHS k Make VOMI‘ Mark. in the quarries should you toil, r In e your ma 4 Do you delvc upon lilalro your mark; in whatever path you go, in whatever place you stand, hlovinrz stviir or moving slow, llith a hint and honest hand. . Make your rnarlt. r , the will should opponents hedge your way. Malt: your rnarlt; Work by night, or worlt by clay. lilalre your rnarlr; Make your that . what tliouirh born a peasant’: son. lrlalre your math; ' Ake YOU! mlrki P:as:llu' carba may warm the cold. Peanuts‘ words in ealm a rear; laeteer lar than hoarding gold. is the dfyirlg or a rear; .l altc your mark. Lite is lieeting as a shade. ltlnlre you rnar ; . lilarlri of some ltind must he made. hialti: your marlt; ltialtc it while the arm is strong, in the golden hours or youth; Nev-er. never make it wrorl , Make it with the stamp oi truth; lilriltc your math. r One month of the year gone. "Ciroundhclg Day" next Tues day. ‘ W0 weeks St. Valentine’: ill be celebrated. . liousc hunting occupies a num- ber of persons’ attention. ll 1 nay w Apartment houses are quest popular in Ardrriore. . . rsltobhy A.warner v Mr. and Mrs. Charles carver, Jr., spent the weelt-end at Atlanr tic City. ‘ a - Mrs. James Crosby Brown will return next wcclt irom a visit to Brooklyn. . Miss Lillian Kauiiman has re- moved irotn 37 Simpson road to .the Aberdeen Apartments. . Rev. A. hl. Coover and Mrs. ‘oover, oi Gettysburg I-' .. ha been spending the week in town. Mr. d Mrs. Katie Green will gt a dinner Thursday evening. prior to Mrs. Green's first danc- ing c ass. Mrs. James E. McClure, oi Rob- ens Road, lios returned irom Bal. timore. where shc was visiting her mother lor the past six wee s. ' A "peace meeting" will be held in the Palace Theatre, Ardiitore. next Sundziy aiternaon o'clock. Adella Porter will the speaker. Mr. and lllrs. 1. Stanley of E(l;.'gL‘:(0We Hoitsc, I-lav lord, list’: as tiieir guest llirs. Rct-vc's mother, Mrs. T. James lzotrlltcr. oi Boston. , -‘ rnc talent play" given last evening at the Y. . . . building under the auspices of the women's Auxiliary, was a great success. ' - Rec vs. er- Ma c or a luncheon at the Bellcvue-Strat- ford, iollowed by a theatre party. 4 iven by llllrs. williani r . ltliss ry E. Clayton was th est honor lllonda at which was g J. scrrill. ct riaverto s Lodge No. 7 . and Ardrnore. will ere t a ctatio 3.45 he E 223 J. W. CONVERSE GOES ABROAD T-nan Hal his horses and dogs. it was said last rli iii in limiting- tori that Morocco and Mexico had the only open ioreittn posts. since mo rocco earn under the sureraiiily ol Fl-ante ilicrc has been no united states minister to that country, the Government has been considering the appointnit-nt or a dip nmalil: agcnt. Represcntatitc A. Mil cl Palmrr. leader of the Pennsylvania De cracy. said he Mr. Collverse'I NARBEHTH GLEE CLUB Gave Clutlcr Shaw Lalt Nillhli Repeal Program Tonight. The lvarberth Glee Club gate a min- strel lat night in Elm llal but had appointinerl con- n excrcdlllily clcvnr progr liy local not only by the young the acton. but by all their ow rt. iinperroriating tlarry Lauder, and Harold as a lridrlraher were [he spcalrmarl rid incu- arts or the nitiltt uitli his song, ‘- Dawn Here where Ya helon .lid verrion Fleck, when a Long way From Horn Stay “ as tvhen he in .oiiowed by Ill: original Nil’ 4 ol odliounds. The. ntire lvr0KI:m ririll be repealed tonight. NUNNERY AT BRYN MAWi'i ' CCINSECRATED El BISHOP Auglilllniiln Dedlclllnn Se ‘Bishop hlecort, assisted by a num- ber oi pron‘ ent rtuguatinians, co pic d h Prornincnt Ararat at rural rvlcc it tn. attached to the Church oi Our Mother All Good Counsel at Bryn It a v ti = The chapel is rrgzrdcd by church. inen H! a tin or ii. ltind. it is pure- ly carved, and has btcll inipo-ted en- altar and stainul glnss wiiiriutrr art unusually beautiiul. Tile ly crved. and has hecn tire iroin ll-.ily. The material rara inarhle. with columns arled. Tire riro hinnich winrl e loriul. They cxcnlplll)’ the Annun- altar is rich- ill-lpo ed en sh co tl counsel. . coiisecration oi the l..rililing. u-liich w e used as a sislui house hit the sisters oi illercy. whit teach ' bcsnn ccorr. orig thcin s. .t.. the at the parocliial school, has Wednesday niglll by bishop M assi ' the rector oi thc pariah. The deacon oi the Mass tear the Rev. Michael sullivan. 0. s. .a.; the subdeacon via; the xev. George Egan. 0. . ., and the R v sliane was innate tccn scholastic: irorn villanova col- lexe assisted. I stcd by I5 pricsti, arn Rev. lohn rluitcnl. 0. tn: F? Runny-Hansel-. lllirs Franctl T. rlourer, oi lilrs. Allred r; Hotuer. and hit. E. Elli: ltanisey were rnar. ricd satiirday at the home oi the bride‘. sister. lira. waync w. Lcigilt, East lleade street. chestnut H daughter oi liala. ho niter lllarch l. at as llillpaitt at-enue, Great xtclr. L. l. Mrs. llauircy lormrrly lived in Art!- ore. orti, W will you ave incl do?" will be the subject oi the ereninp sernion. l the illness oi Mrs.’ r Browne, of !. lrs.' Janus M.‘ 4 S. -list st., Philadel- ltas recalled hcr invitations re (ell nhich s e w s o ave in lirs. Browne's honor to- l record am wllh nut that were greatly an. I he sang ‘lx‘ll 5‘ C’. . IHI P l e dedication of the itunncry rt 5. W , - d tcntlcnl; Rob the consecration or its chapel on last Thursda and pin E EDITOR BOK IS signs be displayed by each hou ' ' lh lit. ' er. i was unit an eifcctive nrcasiirc ni ounc ii in publishing articles in t have broutrht canai 4 . . papers that the r ' criticism on it an and the Kownsh oi the police ats H3 d hows the aion a a D e iorce. as an extllse rcllection upon iorcc. President Sullivan and meta their he cand K: , association and pr Resolutions pointing the tollowinr towns C. Amlevmll. see c. Dtinnc. hrshwav i le A. Warner. and drainage iupcrintrndenr; i. onaithy. cliiei or police; hiaelzeynolds. assitlant clcrlr. ordinances inalriniz lot the ensuing year oasstil ing, as did also an orrlniance the tart rale ior Ni lrlr, sullivan Ron real interest Irlr. l-trains a a taken in Lowcr hi : incorporation of ill! l 1390. Messrs. Barker. vana were nairt death oi Mr. Evnru. routine busintss the ed to nieet again on February noon and u eially and lincnciolly. hits. williani 1. art cnte bridge on hionrlny aiternoo Mrs. williarn,Tuttlc-. oi sP!nt Ill: weak-end wllll Nut)?‘ York cit. (1 er- 9- a -eon last tttitlay and l e rvzlllallie articles were In e Mr l Han oi ‘ M and Mr. Iirlrtol Brazier, oi lvynnorroriti. will g" ‘ tier Tuesd creniii,-,t. and all wilflls take their guests to the (lance at Mallllcim Cricket Club. lionic-rnarle bread, pie,raltc. potato salad. balcctl beans and other guutl llliilgs trill he on sale mmorraw afternoon by the ladies oi the First Baptist Cilttrch at I09 “'. T.:mer'lster Avenut. rtaiitr or ii at a nllllll. - t ’;t'ller-Frendelclr lllitsl at i‘ more. and lit Ian. rhilarleliili Culiiitirrs < 25. by the t ‘J. J. Carton. .l will reside in mi llic comm - cpartrnen action oi two that were hromlatly dismiss omiscd to re Coniinissioncra at rin iirrt rea fixing c 5 al 1’ III S srlokt ml the death oi erion ownship in Robert: ed a coniniirtce drait appropriate rcsciltttioita on the drier Irallsaclillg corisidcralile other ' lltntnl ad,ioiirn- -eniiitz. )l'7lh a success so- rtaiucrl at’ II. ' Beec r .ati sehnlll‘ would be ,, he city deralilc exc oi- ed to rats: the whole lowtlshiP beta r u health laiucs ltobcri trorrt aitd to ill llworill. t-:5 in 1 c hoine oi lit. itoiierr ll. llarr was brolcn into hy thicres some time or s h It ti. >a1:amore mall, and cat s on ‘dc .k li ctary: ca ion. and the relatives cl deceased. Ha tlt e sessitina that day. states I NEW SCHOOL EUILDING Old Pola Playar lll Ho Cynwyd Pupil: ‘I'll: Part In Formal necolvod contii Appointment. ocdicatlon sirrrelteo. M... w, conmto, rich gocigtym l Cyiiwyd t nrw school aaa inrntally I I cr and tlubman. who recen- . . . dedicated on Friday ailernnon with i’yot::lr': civil a itice examlnallo ro T‘"'“5l"P C"“’m‘55“’"“’5 Re‘ amawprihlt exercises in which pupils New ‘ior. the unite state con- fuse Rfqngs[Io puspsggns :,ot the school look a pm i gm ya ‘ rulir arr cc, will sail ior Europe t , M , ;l=. ltc witrlall. pres-dent 0 day, and it is reported that he is about In erwn (III: school Board. oprnttl t e crlt-tira- to accept appointment as a o T-T; ,Il0n 6" <lll[=5' =1; 3'": “'35: representative in lilorocco or the B: -1-AX RATE 7 h1ILLS]lorm:l‘ vlfesclluklun o t c -eya o a stat while it was denied y ‘ itlie ttuildinit by Mr. yocnrn to ltir. ...,.r,,, t,.,.t. ny Mr, c nos.-as and the - 'l):avls. Cyuwyd. ira Part. it. Present. c r lot the conaularse ‘ e in Vasll- M a -neeluig oi the hoard oi.l.tiuv-;lrs l‘lllllr:" wu the topir oi n a ington. that hit. converao had receiv- er Mirion To WWII 'iUl"'“l“'0W=, dress by Carl Fischer and art etaay appoiitrrnent. there werc pcr- W“"'"“>’ "‘K"‘ ‘M "‘I"“‘ 0‘ "“;on “The Acatlciny" was rea liy Doro sirtent reports t ' cct lverilm Civic Mcmiallull KW 'Ml!=ltlita Fox. sch ol so gt. drills and Mr. co so has leased his rot-.n signs be ercc:ed corivtylric the in: tour daiiccs by pupils ol the rlitlcrent house at zut south Nineteenth street “7'’''‘‘'”‘,‘’“ “W "“"""' “ “‘"“" “wlgtarlcs inatle tip the re<l iii the prev C cairo man and recently sold ‘ M" g' rat-rt. The iorrriul opctiiiti; ol new it with clasaicnl courses and llulli board- ing and day course but in as taken or-cr lay the pub- "‘ ysars tit - lie school board. The new school builrlinit. which is nlmlern and up-lo-rlatc in every detail, was dcs nod by williarn Srlltlu. a cornnllcs in otcry tr-ay niih the late tcloprneiit. r' school cnnsrrri.-riort is areprool. atrrornaticaily treated ventilated. A large number oi varenls were present at the thrrcisc: and in rht evening ll-lc scllnol n-as t-pen ior plibv lie inspection. WILL OF MRS. WINTER antlcus Furllmiu ta nivlded at-nonp 5‘ Rclativea. The will at Emmz winter. late oi Lower lilerion. which was admitted to probate in the Register or Wills Tuesday rorenoon. in zdrlitioll g o a lar The elllailldcr oi into i t vetted lllan he . prul'l<lr.t.l that she rtinaiii a so she should re-inarry or dir be- lore Alina C. llunsbt-rircr. lllr pri - ‘ al is to be euually diritlcrl between t and hottest i. “ iilnw horoitltli. in both oi this Should all oi there benehciarios rlie bciore the end or the trust, then o ' ' es lo lhc :5 rincipal it at rclt oi it r 3 er- alaiicc is clit-itletl anions F aeration or WumuI‘I Clubs. The ltlonlgorttcry County l-'terltlu- tinn or women's Cluhs ttaa held t ‘e - nesday at the nryd. cluli litiusc Jl Cyti. HWKLWE NOTES -pi.“ (..,.,..,. c..trriii vi-at tlct-oled - g‘ s . il iitltliul luncheon be regular i-nearing oi the Junior has scnc. at sntill tables. which Branch oi the Broolrline Club will be ere prettily ilecoratrd nilh ctit how- hcld at the club on.-e. Saturday 1-! Fchrtiary ii. at 2.:io .ll. ’ tlnsie and ntot-inc plclurrs, llllllr he dancing tlass Hi We Rmuk1ine':ratirrd a trlcplione cierltari id the club held every Tuesday erening s rap with which the operators well attended. ., -o ht their prornvl action in The card parry. liahe and dance held rate oi tires. was il- at the Club House. S. ttrtlay a!tcr- a nit-ntlicr ol the Bell will be held at ircrtittn oi the n. it tllar iirler the Xoigllhrlrllnod club. it, o inter-county Luther Leaatta. l.uilicran chu Lallsllale. y, ireliruary 22. Tllrrr will he The dele- hy the will be erilerlaineil Le lzlio at Trinity Cllllrcll. Arttt-ric.-in Fla: vrcacntea. .‘. .l.llt>ritu1ll ling ’ 5 Ilrt-at-llled <rrtrlay et.-iiitig in the Frcsltytc an -.ir.' :Il l.lriicrt-li. by lone Council, uitior order or United . Allll‘l’ltIIl lieehanict. Cllarkn lv. ilall. Slillo rceretary oi lllc order. niride the RM‘, llrtwlllallon ndilreas. and th 0.: net-. c. 5 Riehardsntt. he dig ior Illc elinrch. c pastor. Yntcivld PRESS LEAGUER5 "AVE FINE TIME Inspect Big Keasbey & Mal- tison Company Plant, Arriblrrr, Pa. ELECT NEW OFFICERS hlcrnlicra oi the Buck lilunlgoitic - Pres: League. cam IIIIE the new a co h rnanrriacturers. Allllller. at uh.-at prot- ed to o e or the most iiittruelitc and dclitilniul trips tnade liy scribes. ‘he rncinbers uirh rl nitec and at the olhre oi the t nipany at f tablisltcrl hirnseli ftrtnly hi: visitors I: ma heal. and at the events oi tic progrcsstd detptiitrl tliai r.-arrnih oi adllliraliun. came the tour oi iIlsn(t:iI4lII sie . atlicnn hin-ircli led the way he plants. lot there are a l them. each det-oted to a :5 or utility inanirlaeturc. s nrost cor :1 in his out Dr. ll rhrougli r number n rpeeiirc cl' and he In line oi the uianner and way: in wllirll the coarse aahcslos iihre is coiirtricil nto Ihz iiiiitlied articles many uses. The women oi the party accompan- icd the via‘ ore to the asbestos shingle Then t was Inarkcd with interest at each 0 Illll hate an A - T lar. Panslclwvl: E. l. waniier Norris- lawn . . lvocllnransee. Larisdalc; W. D. Kirkpatrick. Norlil waic ' coniniirtcc-rzunt-ni ll. bardnian. B. B. carpenter. scl- lcrit-illr. lteaolution cot-nrnitlce-C. 5. Hari- riclter, Norriatown; . s. llloacr, col lerrrrillr; hlarlro licao. sellcrsv-ill charlcs Baum, oi the central Kews. Perkasir. W2: admitted Ia member ah’ . :3: .c an: a at Am hereby express null or th counzous a illlaplllaliiy eltlclldtd by v hla hler, l-a., their sincere apprecia- nd substantial the hrs; in imparting much inter- ‘ iortn it r allng to iniorrnalion relating to ll their very large and ably con- to no rung (all: it! dnclztl eonstitti the most ' indttstrial tuna: n Pcniisyltania. "l>(t-solvrd: in lirhali oi the ladies c. to especially inrliraic hci hearty aeltnotvledpcnieiiis ant. appreciation of the special entertain- nietir provided ior thent The resolution; are Siglltd by C 5 lluiisicter. s lloser and llarcr ltran. At Luncheon t the luncheon served by caterer rlzwtr, oi crrnianlown, in the ball roam oi the opera l-louse building. lllcn: were present, in addition to Hit ‘it general and said rnaiiitcd lli: aoldrery o ability The ierni oi ncul rx Loicrrior toolt o co. coulll)’. llni public sc 1‘ ‘y mm at I5 y ars or in llIl' On: err,-hrh lteitimen l::r2. ll was age Hun ti ism to lass; was As r-ania. Grand Army at titre to it xntlll Cnlllmzndler wan avi-tinted A oi the G 3 ss' and slleallllllg plant. an which ii iii establishnieiil, required s eciall constructed machinery lit-rc thousands. all colori and designs. or allitlxlcs ior tools, corrugated and hoard asbestor sheeting ior are-i-root building and coast ' arc iriadc, stored ‘<.. part or the day's riispee ion they at sliotrn the hospital deparlriient oi rlir big wor's, where the arm has adopt- ed the "Safely rrst" principle in en..- nection with [Tic ‘ struction n and care oi their einpl tore crnployrnent it pit-cit t . etaiiiiii... ol-ces. llc en. llllns ' ell f-zrliulllnr alien tonnccinui. l-'Aal )e;lr. MR3 rarer ""“‘ xathivi cirpeiite n i. . . . t i the physicia hosiiiial. most oi the al- bring soon returned in Illcll -e positions. - . charge o liicied beer Then was made a coinoletc inspec- tion or rhc ehcniical deparrme :1 then every phase o involving the adoption or the asbesto- it it hrst treated and then Iol’n'Ii o cloth and then adapted ior man) itics. irorn the neat little inats ior e rinous curtains is int it ‘ plant is the only one or in hind aeter in this counlry. though practically all oi the raw material co ir the borders oi rh tune estimate or the talent oi the mire plant alone ' giv- n when it is stated that to eortr thc tircty meant a want ol lcs Au’? Ind: as A monument thc brainworlt and ingenuity or Dr. altisori. to llluln to M bier and t ri t , tire county owes a d cannot txllress. on returning to the other building Leaguers held cbt that words ol the arm, the vresa their annual businear meeting. are- sided over by cliitan 5 l-lunsielrcr. or The Narristown Tinlu. the retir- ing president. New oiscei-t and coinnai lteel. The new olricert ior the uulling ‘ft 3 it re. President. W. J. Ellis. l-lulirrrtville ‘twp. t cc l>re derton Tlldependult. secretary. c. D. Hotchlriss. Doylesr town lntelligenrer. Treasurer. B. sltippaclr Transcript. owing to illness or liir. Ellis’ lore- witinan nainhly, einre the men ntade inc sccollti ll ii‘ d P o - . the urn. as applied to household soc. , ‘ stlilic sideiit, R. J. cortilcr, sou- ‘ V oi the arm and L oi the d:panmerlI.“v.lIe borough oi- iieiala oi rtoibler. The luncheon re- ileeted credit on the host. Dr. lrla the evening addresses were Dr. Mznisan. on heh .. I at B. whirnia Mean and theta. souvenir oi the occasion the V ll. n Dam the it ishc rinlnes. d they were highly prized. ‘lie leave-tahirtg no to Dr. all his euterlainnient oi the dz). The League was rt-iarcscitrt-d by Thoae Present. illc-<1.‘ llersolls siiiidertlrri. . and Mrs. R. I‘; -rile and two children; Mr. and liucltler. lridciwtnrlrut. d llrs. ll‘. Ti d Mrs, E All- lrniise. T. Liiss Cznlevllcr and .xlrs. -mt] ll ’rh xoli. lleralil .ri utst in. .ur. and hire. lr-rin l-..r.lnian, ltein. xorristou Mr. a d hits. 1-‘. J. tvariiier, lrtin I’. i;nipe, Herald. .‘lr. , and Mrs. Alhrrcllt Kneule, Rcgister: ‘ Cii on re 2 Mr. and .irs. l r s lliinsi hit and hlrs. 1". Q llrs. l=.arl Roth. Titn . tvn: .llr. and Mrs. c. D. lntelligc-ncer. Pa-rkasle: Mr. and hire. Charles Ilm and her. s. I5. ltloyrr. Mr. and Mt-rcdilh. central ltoylesto iiotclrlrics. lla lira (W Polismwn Leitis it. saylot. blade gDamdale:Mr.ll. . ooilinanscc. riblican. A. K. Thnrnas. Russ:-l Thoinas. shipnaclr: ll. itene Dsuihly. Charles 3. 2 inran ncnibly. En Kepler Tysnn. Tran E. 5. ac . Collesevillez Mr. and Mr. liluser. independent. 5 rin citythlr. and Mrs. Maser Inter-Borough Prrss F. L. springtotvnt hit. and Mrs: H. H. Funk. T'me:- Eryn .‘Hawr' Mr. IVIH Mrs. ‘N. A tiv North Wale patrict. .xlereer'ltirlrpatriclt. Record. To Nnld Flowur show. lalen steps toward holding a llowcr show neat prin an ' ' s it d is aslri re dents oi the town to co-operate with i it mg the .irs. 1. those held by the Devon Horticultural society and the Main Line Flower Show Association - td Adlulztl Army oi’ the Republic [1 in. Ind wu re- ineluded personal - zuisnn tor H, itinn Ruth. Mr. and u. H s. or Mr. and Mrs. Kirk- The xarberrh cit-ic Association liar "‘ lions and one any ouggeationr that may be valuable to other members or t. the Association Tbuc talks are no! to at utcs. Rt-pirlilic in the L lri sci in-Cliiui J. P. s Gob zpnolnltsl September. minder-lnrCltiel Jame and in ‘ cler-in-Chtei Albert D. lie 1'15 elected llu;lr<I oi trustees. l on secretary oitttc Board Ill: Cmlrt oi Tuesday. Frbnln lttay 3, iota. e Super sialed Iargel - l. A discussion zmarl President will cal sllilv to h a one :- m 1 C lb en! a min it it tamed th the law direct: the opettin addrcs matron tcnd;n (in rls There will he no annual duts' col- lected thia W-::r. on man. the newly<lecIc Prrsirlent was "mm"! W?’-vl-h Orb--i - u ahle be pruelll and in l area A llaveriord branch oi the Equal lllr, cotrtltr iultilled the duties. at sutirage society was organiaed last this time and named these eoniinit- weclt at the home or M a Frank Brin- ieuz bin 1-‘ ter, l-lavcriord it ill be Etccutivc comrnittce-C 5. Huh. tailed the Main Li irtce oi cker Norrisio-vn: F. 5. Mom. Col- the Evitial Franeliitc society or Phil- leneville; E. B. Aithoure. sellcrtt- lc: Adelohiz, Miss Mary K. Flannel-y. W. F. Goplll:r,SmIde1xl1xI, L. lz. say- wynne-rood. was eluted chairman. on. N . an-n pired lanuar s, as an otersighr that r anion night before the bi . educated in the hauls, and at the Quaker city a college in Philadelphia, and cnlistcd II a prit red and Th; l :-3: tie in ‘I590, and in am tstant Adiiitant ADJ. GEN. STEWART RENAMED T0 POST Achieves Rtcord of Scrvic: Un- der Six Governors-First Named by Hastings TH ERE’S NO LINE HERE Goternor llturnbautrh presented the era: appninnuelll oi rtdiutan Tliouraa J. s v: to aucc ed sell to that position t the senate on T eaclayt ‘ immediately he uorernor :xP?essed lilith re- eard ior the ability oi the atiiutant ' today that he hai the first rtant General steaart naa born are rt)" t. Pennsylvania volun. enraged as a turcr and tlezler in ttindow glass ironr sistaot Adjutant Lzrneral oi neparrnirnt oi manuiac cnnsyb P or the lzcprrblit. rted D:pIrl- rand Army or the bot, him. he nu appoint- o f xh: Grand y Commander- tm, by cont. 3 oi Trnsieca continuously since arro 0 Bean r. R . PP General by cove nor D. reappointed by Go ry its n M.. and will also have S P. M" M (h! um: day. Under llll Act of Lezislzulre at auch Associations are and t-rot-ision is made to mull lar ntendallce II I her day and mileage It Ihc nle cl Cl cents PH’ mile traveled. to be paid out or the respective Township treat- way‘ commissioner. will ...ai..n.-r yarn. xreir. d a A. Sutnrlr oepteiriber, rm, by coniinan. shatr. commanders... . i mt lloose oi lteprrscnra- $5-I355. c has H pumlrd in H: on the P-‘Arl or the lions. or Rep l er of the to arts- nos tn ortnihrr a, mo. reelected .xovrni- ton rcriened lanu d ary ls. l Tuna: e H. ilastirits. v. TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS Annual Maellrtg oi Anna on t l-tam Han. rohruary la. The ninth annual meeting oi the Towntliip Suvtrvisars‘ sso will be held in the main court room a! l I session It ica. llcrctolorc. the vrolmna has con-. oi adtiresser. but this en deterin‘ incd to have at every SIIl‘KNisor or lllontizorncry county be present, as l-lon. John Faber Miilrr will deliver Joseph 5: littntor. Deputy lliirb. give infor- iz. wolhnter. county superin- r or Roads, will anawtr one; be Iuvcd to all satiation at 1: A. l-rt-nii-i . an KAi secretary. X