Clipped From The Gazette and Daily
M owe Of Directors of the York Fifty. Silk company, incorporat- rmy ed with a capital of $18 Years Ago millions and control the York and Diamond silk mills, announced large scale improvement plans. They elected D. F. Lafean, president; Robert L. Shetter, vice-presi-' dent; C. H. Dempwolf, secretary and C. Emig, treasurer. President Small of select council suggested indefinite postponement of an ordinance authorizing the mayor to appoint assistant city engineers and fix their salaries. J. Chalkley Hatton, a sanitary engineer who a year before had drawn up plans a sewage system in York, was to be newly organized Economic league's first guest speaker. Manager Smith of the Penn Park baseball team announced C. Maxcrach, left-fielder on last season's Chester team, had signed a contract. Employes of York Manufacturing company, organized a beneficial society, to called York Manufacturing company Relief association. Weekly benefits were placed $5 a week and dues at 25 cents a month. Rex Truck company members designated David Keesey and George Beck to solicit subscrriptions from local businessmen the purchase of two horses. Two cases of diphtheria were reported West College avenue. Health Officer Weil quarantined the homes.