The Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on March 11, 1910 · Page 5
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VOLUME G-NO 103 INDIANA, PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 19JO TWO CENTS. 1910 Promises to Be a Great Business I ear. Evening Gazette Advertising Will Help a Lot FATALLY Mrs, John Adams Can Hardly Recover From Fearful Burns Received Tliis Foremen, HER CLOTHING CAUGHT FIRE AT KITCHEN STOVE ...,.fc ...... Enveloped in Flames She Ran to the Street Door Where the Attention of Her Neighbors Was Quickly Attracted, HER HAIR-ENTIRELY BURNED OFF AND ENTIRE BODY IS AFFECTED Points on People. ' Mia- Alice*N''sbit.t. of Clarksburg, ia visiting friends here. i Mr. and Mrs. Elder Peelor spent Thursday in Pittsburg. J B Reed, of Lovejoy, was a buai ness ca'ler in town today. Tho nas Hart, of Clarksburg ia a busint-ss caller in town today. Jo e h Cook, of Starford, was a business caller in town today. Irene Shaffer, who has been visiting at Indiana, has returned home.—Pur.x- sutawney Spirit. John Lemmcn, a prosperous young farmer, of mar Ambrose, was greeting hia friends in Indiana today. David G. Walter, o' Johnstown, is spending a few days in In<:i>»na. He I is regiatered at the Moore Hotel. INDIANA WOMEN FORM A WALKING CLUB Hike Out Nightly In Search of Health and Recreation, EXPECTTOGOTOPUIOTTAWNEY Mrs. John Adams, aged 70 years, of Marion Center, was so badly burned this morning that it is thought she cannot recover. As she was alone in the house at the time it is difficult to learn the particulars of the affair. About 9:30 o'clock, Harry Shields who was standing at the door of the Shields pharmacy, eaw Mrs. Adams, enveloped in flames, at her door. He called to his brother, Dr.B. R. Shields, and started to the woman's aid, his .brother following. The aged woman was frantic with fiain and apparently unable to help herself. While one of the men began tearing the burning clothing from the woman the other deluged her with water until the flames were extinguished. Mrs. Adams was in a pitiable plight. ta »t*^is^Srf«fc^N^'^ > v* i x^'s-*''»^>^xxxrf'%xxxs^N«< I x*'xxs^xy 1 N^^ W. R. C, INSTALLS OFFICERS Business Meeting Followed by a Social and Sapper. The monthly meeting of the Woman's Belief Corps, auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, was held Thursday afternoon and evening at the home 'of Mrs. C. U. Gesaler. The following officers were installed for the ensuing year: Pres., Mrs. Sara Nicholson; Senior Vice, Mrs. John Feit; Junior Vice, Mrs. Thomas Wheeler; Chaplain, Mrs. C. U. Gessler; Conductor, Mrs. James White; Guard, .Mrs. Bell Hargrave; Assistant Guard, Mrs. M. C. Watson; Color Bearers: Mrs. Charles Rcbinsteen, Mrs. John •Johnston and Mrs. Seaman. After the installation the corps pre sented the retiring President with a badge in recognition of her faithful service. A social and supper followed the regular business of th* meeting. Adjourned Sale The sale of the lot of Hiram St. Clair, deceased, situate in the Third ward of the Borough of Indiana, adjoining Railroad Ave., lot of Mrs. John Jacob?, lot of George W. Simpson, and an alley; having thereon erected a two-story frame dwelling house, small frame store house, frame stab'e and other out buildings, was adjourned until Saturday, March 12, at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Terms: \ cash on confirmation of sale, balance in one year with lawful interest thereon, to be secured by bond and mortgage on the premises. John H. Pierce, lil-tf Executor. Company F. Drill. Tbe regular Friday evening drill of Company F will be held" in Library HaJ! this evening. Measurements will be taken for the new olive-drab uniform. A fall attendance of the com- panjr is desired. I _..-.-....!. |- J_ T - -T---.-.---Mm Moorhead Expresses Thanks- Editor of The Gazette: Allow me to express, through the colimos of your valuable paper, my thank* to my many friends, far and ne*r, for helping me win the Bermuda blind* trip, Katnaryo Uoorbead. ftff WEATHER FOMCA5T. Stsmsttjr partly cloudy. The hair was burned from her head and her clothes wore but charred frag- menta. Drs. Shields, Fleming and Stewart were soon at her side administering lotions to relieve her suffering. It was found that she was badly burned from head to foot. Mrs. Adams has been able to tell but little of the affair. Her husband had left the house but a few minutes before to go to the barber shop, and thinks she was working about the kitchen stove. The supposition is that when her clothing caught fire she ran to the door to summon help, and that her passage through the house fanned the flames into greater intensity. Mrs. Adams is widely known in the vicinity of Marion Center. Sne has two sons, Herbert and Harry, who are employed in the vicinity of Altoina. +S^S^t~*t •*^>-S^-"^X^X^*^^*^N^X^^%X%*W%^ BASKETBALL SERIES FINISHED Seniors Won Last Game with Juniors —Freshmen Champions. In the seventh and final game of the Indiana High School championship series Thursday night, the Seniors defeated the Juniors by the score of 16 to 13. The game was fast and closely contested. This series has been a marked success as the attendance at almost every game was sufficient to meet all expenses. The lineup: Seniors 16 Position Juniors 13 C. Fleck Forward Marlin J. Fleck & Graff .Forward Plotzer Simpson ^Center Johnston Sexton Guard Smith Laney and Gatty .Guard Van Duser Field goals—Simpson 2, Plotzer 8, Van Duser, 2, Johnson, Laney, Sexton, Graff and C. Fleck. The standing of the clubs at the close of the series. Won Lost Pet. Freshmen 4 0 1.000 Seniors 2 3 .400 Juniors 1 4 .200 Will Organize a Junior L. T. L. The ladies of the Indiana W. C. T. U. will meet at their rooms on Church street, Saturday, March 12. at 3 p. m. to organize a Junior Loyal Temperance Legion. Parents who wish their children, from 6 to 12 years of age, to receive Christian temperance instruction will please send or bring them to the hall at that hour. Mrs. Mary H. Bruce, Superintendent L. T. L. Pictures at The Star. Two unusually good moving pictures are being shown at the Star Theatre, "Industries of Southern California" and "Fenton of the Forty-second." You should not fail to see them. See our views of interesting places in and about town tonight. Pure bred White Wyandotte Eggs, per setting of 16. Eighteen hens laid 808 eggs in the month of February. d2tp -wltp H. C* Christy. Bids Wanted Bid* are wanted for furnishing material and papering and painting for UanhftU building. Inquire qf Godfrey Mrs. John E. Hasinger, of Wayr-c. avenue, after an illress of six weeks with rheumatism, is able to be about. Mrs. B. II. L'chteberger. who has been confined to her room for several weeks by illnes , is able to be about again. C. F, WiUy, representing 'he Kuhn Contracting Company, of Gropmburp, has returned to Indiana :o complete the sewering contract in the First ward. Mr R. E. Young went to Philadelphia where his wife is in a ho-pital, this morning. He expects to accompany Mrs. Young to Atlantic City, where they will remain for some time. Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, who conducted The Gazette's Bermuda Tour contest, left this morning for Ca> ton, 0., where they will conduct a similar contest for the Canton News. During their stay in Indiana they made friends of all with whom they came in contact, and they will receive a cordial we'come should they return to Indiana. James E. Gompera and J. Milt Cunningham of Indiana, are stopping at the Capital Hotel. It is str ngly suspected that they came here to attend the b< xing exhibition and were nup- porters of Joe Getz who worsted Kid Beebe. They are among Indiana's prominent horsemen and will be around at the sale to be held today by their friend, Col. John Pender.—Johnston Democrat. HAVE CLINCHEDJCHAMPIONSHIP, White and Black Boys Have Shown Class in Basketball. Kiski has now won twelve straight games in basketball.scoring 6lO points, while their opponents ecored but 205. Such a record is scarcely ever made by a secondary school. All is now ready for the beginning of the baseball season and the follow.ng games have already bnen scheduled: April 30—Wilkinsburg H.S. at home. May 7—DuBois H. S. at home. May 14—Rayen H. S. at home. May 21—St. Vincent at Latrobe. May 23—Indiana. May 28-W. & J. A. at Washington. May 30—Alden Academy at home. June 4—Indiana. June 13—Pittsburg Collegians. It has, as yet, not been decided upon which date Kiski will play at Indiana. Buying Life Insurance. Before you buy life insurance of any kind hear our proposit'on. If you are not thown to your satisfaction that the Connecticut Mutual of Hartford,C<»nn., will do better b/ you than any other life insurance company take your insurance elsewhere. It will pay u? both f r you to remember thU St. Clair & Eilia, Indiana, Pa. Mon 4t w2 No Substitute. Accept no substitute for Fo ey's Honey and Tar. It is the best and safest remedy for coughs, colda, throat and lung troubles. Contains no opiates and no harmful drugs. Remember the name, Foley'a Honey and%Ter, and accept no substitutes. Sold by all druggists. A few minutes delay in treating some cases of croup, even the length of time it takes to go for a doctor, often proves dangerous. The safest way is to keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the bouse, and at the first indication of croup give the child a dose. Pleasant to take and always cures. Sold by all druggists. LeMt he tin f-riHooc!, on;e and for all, this IH no joke. A nu nbt-r of Indian* women have formed a waking club; not to boost the price of sole leather, neither with the idea of opposing 1 the rt-c.Fntly or- panized Indiana County Automobile Club nor of boycotting the street railway, but for the | urpogf ot promoting heaMi, for enjoying a', intimat 0 range the beauties of nature; and for the cultivation of sociability under the most favorable conditions—in the open air. The first hike of thn Ladies' Walking Club was held on Thursday evening. The ladies' rendezvoiued at the Methodist church corn?r and tramped, via Oak'and avenue, to Thirteenth street returning by way of. Chnn-h street. They enjoyed it so much that tney will go out again tonight and nightly thereaftt-r, weather permitting. They will meet at the Methodist church corner at 7 o'clock, sharp, this evening and will move southward along Seventh street to the fair grounds, thence, as the conditions of the turf may warrant. All ladies, sound of wind and hoof, are invited to join with them. Any desiring to become affiliated with the club'should phone the captain, Mrs. M. H. Wilson, of Seventh street. Notice is served upon photographers and. moving pi ;ture men that they must not become obnoxiously active in relation to the operations of the c'ub, under penalty of having their apparatus smashed or confiscated. The ladies exppct to go (walk) to Punxsutawney before winter. \ LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE, | PLUMVILLE. i Mr. and Mrs J 0. Delancy are in | Pitteburg at the bedside of their son , who is critically ill in a hospital. j Byron Stewart, who is located in Indiana, spent a couple of days recently, i with his parents | Clark Little was at Smicksburg on Wednesday. 1 Mrs Irn a Weamer is on the aick list. The Philips Oil & Gas Co., after a run of bad luck in this vicinity, has struck a paying well on the farm of Milton Wells. Council has ctrsen Earl Scott an borough engineer; A. I. Pifer as street commissioner and John S. Fisher, Esq., as borough solicitor. Miss Lucretia Uncapher has returned home after an extended viait to Clearfield county and in Indiana. None better, none nicer than one of the Nickel Plated Coffee Poti at the Special Price »t A. T. T»ylor & Son's, j MARION CENTER I Mr. Archie Gray is visiting his sis ter, Mrs. Ira Ke r, of this place. j Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Work, Mrs. i Ameilia Wood and Mrs. Blanche Snyder, all of this place, were India n a visitors on Saturday, March 5. Miss Myrtle Kerr, of this place, who has been in Indiana for some time, spent Sabbath with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kerr. Cleve Walker was a Kellysburg visitor on Saturday night W. C. Loughry, of North Point, was a business visitor at Marion Center • Tuesday night. j Miss Stella Wetzel spent Friday with Miss Mabel Moore, of Kellysburg. | .Miss Sadie Rice ia visiting her sister, Mrs Ben Furman, at Home station. ! CLARKSBURG. Mr. Roy M or ford and wife, of Pitcairn, are here with friends. | A. H. Jewell will occupy the Stiffey house. If you want to know what kind of bustlers we have in Clarksburg, read the results of The Gazette'* Bermuda contest. H. H. A lines, former deputy game warden, baa accepted the position of policeman at Wehrum. Miss Lena Young is busy these days receiving the congratulations of her friends. Wonder if she will not bring each of us one of the famous Bermuda onions? i Lewis Clawson was a recent visitor to Clarksburg. Recent Deaths Mrs. Herman Bantly Mrc. Maria C. Low man Bantly, wife of Herman Bantly, of Johnstown, died at £ :5o o'clock T hursday evening at the Memorial Hospital in Johnstown in hnr 64th year. Death was due to a complication of troubles which set in fo lowing an operation for peritonitis about 10 days ago. For some time the deceased had comp'aired of being ill, but her condition did not become serious until a short time ago. She was nurried to the Memorial Hospital, where the operation was performed, but without avail. The deceased was a native of tl.is county and wag a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lowman. In October of If 82 she was unit ed in marriage with Herman Bantly and they went to Johnstown to reside, Besides her husband she is survived by t^e following children: Mary E. Bantly, Rosa Lee and Herman, Jr., all at home. She is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. H. C. McKee, Mrs P. T. Overdorff.John Lowrnan and H. M. Lowman, all of Johnstown. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon from the BanMy residence, with interment in Grandview cemetery. The obseq-jiea will be conducted by the Rev. W. A. Shipman, pastor of the First English Lutheran church. SONG BIRDS FOR PITTSBURG Metropolitan Opera Co. to Appear There Early in April. The Metropolitan Opera Co., of New York, will appear at the Nixon Theatre, Pittaburg, for a season of four performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 7, 8 and 9, in the following repertoire: Thursday evening, "Lohengrin"; Friday evening, "La Tosca" ; Saturday afternoon, "Hansel und Gretel" and 4 'Pagliacci," and Saturday evening, "Tannhaeuser." Mr. W. T. Mossman is the resident manager for the Pittsburg season. LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA Chicks, Babbits, Poit Cards, a very nice line at Henry Hall's, Mrs. Clara Goheen and Son, Max, Will Be Located in Whittier. Mrs. Clara Goheen and her son, Max, of this place,who left here three months ago for San Antonio, Texas, in the hope of benefiting Mrs. Goneen'a health, left San Antonio Wednesday for Whittier, California, says the Punxsutawney Spirit. They are taking a route that carries them through Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado and Arizona, and the points of interest in those States will be visit ed. Mrs. Goheen's health has been greatly improved by her sojourn in the Lone Star State. Religious Workers at Dixonville. The 67th annual R" 8B ion of the Allegheny conference of the Wesleyan Methodist connection or Church of America, will be held at Dixonville, this county from March 16 to 20. Conference work' will occupy the morning and afternoon sessions except on Thursday and Sunday. The conference sermon will be delivered on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, and preaching services will be held each evening. Women Elect Officers. The Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church has chosen officers for the year as follows: Pres., Mrs. G. A. McLain; Sec., Mrs. William Hosack; Trees., Mrs. J. S. Russell; First Vice Pres., Mrs. Maria Elder; Second Vice Pres., Mrs. P. S Crawford; Third Vice Pre*., Mrs.D. C. Brown. A Real Ostrich Farm. The pictures showing"The Industries of Southern California" at the Star Theatre, will prove a great treat to all who see them. The ostrich farm, the alligator farm, and the pigeon farm are viewi of exceptional interest. Do not fail to see them. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets invariably bring relief to women suffering from chronic constipation, headache, biliousness, dizziness, aallownesa of the skin and dyspepsia. Sold by all druggist*. FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA ANXIOUS 10 COME HERE Popular Fritz Goerner Again Appear as Cello Soloist. Will On the Stove or oa the Pining Table, •neof the Nickel Plated Coffee Pot* looks Just right. See them at A. T. Taylor 4 Son's, 21 N, Sixth street HARD WORK FOR THE CHORDS. The rehearsal of the Indiana Chora! Society, set for next Monday, night, will be deferred unt.il Thurs .ay night, Match 17. on account of the concert to be given by the Whitney Brothers at the Normal Scnoa] on Monday. At next Thursday's meeting ail the members who will sing at the Festival are expected to be in their places. It ia thought, that since such a short interval elapses before the Festival, two, perhapa three, rehearsals should be held weekly, and the members are urged to be present at all of them. Season tickets for the great occasion a^e being subscribed for at an encouraging rate The Presbyterian church is so large, however, all of the aeata being choice ones, that there ia still opportunity for all who may de- aire to do ao, to get in line for some of the very best sittings. At this time reservations are being made only for the two dollar season tickets. Not until ttese have been assigned will the chart be open for selection of tickets for single concerts. Director Cogswell learns from the management of the Pittsburg Festival Orchestra, that the SO musicians are enthusiastic about their coming visit to Indiana. The orchestral programs have not been definitely decided upon, but it can be stated that Fritz Goerner, who has captivated Indiana Festival audiences on two former occasions with bis cello selections, will be here and will doubtless repeat his past triumphs. Mr. William Wrigley, of the Normal Conservatory will appear as violin soloist, accompanied by the FestivaL Orchestra. MARION CENTER COUNCIL New Members Sworn in and Business of Year Taken Up. The old Marion Center Council held its last meeting Monday night, March 7, and wound up the business for the past year. The Finance Committee reported a settlement with the collector and treasurer, which showed a balance in his hands of $188.50 with perhaps $50 in bills yet to pay. The new council then organized by electing J. C. Bovard president. F. M. Hopkins was re-elected clerk and I. C. Ellis, treasurer. The miilage for this year was placed at 8 mills, the samo aa last year. The election of a street commissioner was held over until the next meeting, when President Bovard will announce his committees. The members of the new Council are: J. C. Bovard, J. W. Work, F. W. West, M. T. Steele, Aaron Houcfc, N. E. Barr and C. R. Griffith. D. E. McGregor and J. T. Park are the; retiring members. Good Chapel Exercises. The chapel exercises at Normal thia week are very interesting, being somewhat of a digression from the usual talks. The exercises are in charge of the physical culture teacher. Instead of the talks, she had a dumb-bell drill by the Seventh grade pupila of the Model- school on Tuesday, while on Thursday a scarf drill by nine Huyghen- ian girls was presented for the enjoyment of the students. Tailor Nolf Will Remain Here. I. A. Nolf. the tailor, asks The Gazette to correct the item copied from a Latrobe paper to the effect that h« expects to locate in Derry. He will remain in Indiana, and after April 1. will have rooms in the J. M. Cunningham building on Philadelphia street. Child Broke an Arm. Margaret, the 2 year-old daughter of Harry Wetzel, of Rayne township, proke her arm Just above the elbow on Monday evening by a fall down tb« cellar stairs. Dr. 6. L. Fleming ««§ called and reduced the fracture. You want something that lasts, Tfc* Coffee Pots on Special Salt by A. T* Tayle* 4 Son, do *h»t, ^

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