J. 7 p. p. p. m. corner HYNDMAN. Death of William Logson--Funerals. Socialist Nominations. Married, Etc. Bureau of the Evening Times, Hyndman, Pa., Sept. 13. Early this morning death claimed William Logson, who has been ill past two or three weeks with fever at his residence on Bedford aged 2U years. Mr. Logson was recently married to Miss Bessie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aborlie, of this city. Besides the bereaved wife, Mr. Logson is survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel of Ellerslic, Md., and the following orothers: Charles, of this city; John, of Ellerslie, and Franklin, who resides at Garrett. Pa., Mr Logson .1 member of the United Evangelical church and was a young man who greatly admired by all who knew 7:30 m.: n, 0 funeral services will be held to~ morrow at 2 p. m. at the Bedford street. His pastor Rev. Kershberger.^is attending confeience is therefore im- possible to say who will have will be C. ade in Hyndman cemetery. The at sorrowing wife ami relatives have firstjsjmpathy of the community in of grief. Funeral services over the remains Henry Schroll were held at the at home of his parents here p.'afteraoon at 0 o'clock; Rev. J. W. pas-iBeale, officiating. Interment in the ;45 Hyndman cemetery, \Vrn. The remains of Mary, the six old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylves ter Emerick. of Ellerslie. who prayerjc-dently killed Tuesday, were for interment Thursday after were heh the residence preceding their de for this city. Rev. Sykes, a.jtor cf the Reformed church, officiating Chris-j\lr. Emerick is a former meet-cur city and has a large number meeting,!friends, who sympathize with him rheir untimely bereavement.