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HLOOMSIWRG, PA., THURSDAY MARCH IT, 1010.
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HOLY WEEK AND EASTER.
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church.
The following is the series of
services that will be held in St.
Matthew's Lutheran Church dur
ing next week. beginning on Palm
Sunday, and ending on Easter, with
the subjects for sermons by the
pastor, Rev. J. E. Dyers:
l'AI.M SU N DA Y .m arc n .'um
io xo a. in. A New Kind of a
Kinc and Kingdom,
- oo p. in. l'alm Sunday "What j
is my Attitude to Christ's Suffering i
and the Cross."
jiond.w, March 2lSt.
7:1 r. ni. juujM
Tuesday, March 22nd.
7:45 p. ni. The Part of Caiaphas.
the High Priest.
WEDNESDAY, March 23rd.
7:45 p. ni. Peter's Amazing Mis
take. Thursday, March 24th.
7:45 p. m. Pilate's Famous Non
Sequitur. C.OOI) FRIDAY.
THRICE HOURS DEVOTION 12 111.
to 3:00 p. Ul.
A season of quiet waiting before
Cod in His sanctuary, with ap
propriate music and prayer and
address. A sacred and holy time.
7:45 p. ni. "Looking back to
)C A ST ICR SUNDAY.
6:00 a. ni. Early service of Joy
r o1 1 C,n-
o:ooa.m. MUKiay cimiui
cial exercises. Kaster Ottering tor.
Church Extension. . !
10:20 a. ni. Morning Worship. ;
Confirmation and Reception of New I
Members. Holy Communion. I-'ast-1
er Offering. .
2:00 p. m. Meeting of Junior j
Missionary Society. j
2:30 p. in. Baptism of Children.
6:00 p. in. C. E. Meeting. "Get-1
tin.; Rendy to Live Forever." j
7:00 p. m. Evening service and
Holy Communion. Sermon The
Resurrection. Special Kaster Offer
ing. MRS. EMMA UORREY.
Mrs. Emma Gorrey, widow of
Thomas Gorrey, died at her home
on West Main street, Sunday morn
ing, in her sixty-second year. Last
August she suffered a strcke of par
alysis, and last week another at
that her death was
Mrs. Gorrey was the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Johu S. Stenicr, and
was born in Jerseytown, but nearly
all of her life was spent in Blooms
burg. She is survived by eight children:
John and Thomas, of town; Mrs.
J. P. McNall, of Milton, Mrs. K.
K. Moran, of Chicago, 111.; Miss
Helen Gorrey. who is teaching at
Marshalton, Delaware, and Misses
Catheriue, Frances and Mary at
home. Besides these there are five
grandchildren, aud three brothers,
William, George W. and Charles
Sterner, of town. .
The funeral services were, held
yesterday morning at 9 o'clock in
St. Columba's church, Father Mur
phy officiating. Interment was made
in Rosemont cemetery.
NORMAL WON LAST HOME GAME.
The Normal basket ball team
won its home game last ThurKlay
evening, when it played Juniata
College in the Normal gymnasium.
The score was 36-16. They have
bad a successful season.
C. M. Cricvkuno
Dr. J. J. Brown
C. A. K i.kim
A DANGEROUS PRECEDENT.
It is presumed that the courts
will pass upon all nutters that come
before them, in a judicial manner.
This means that they will first hear
the cases and then decide upon
what disposition shall be made of
For a Judge - while c.fl the bench
to pleVlgc himself to do a e.-rtriin
thine in a ease that has not vet!
presented to the Lcurt, is not '
only not judicial, but it is, to say I
the least, most injudicious. No,
Judge possessed of self-respect, and ,
a fair conception of the duties of j
ms position, should permit any man '
u ai-pHMi.il ni::i in .. " !
Court, ami solicit nis iavorame ac- ,
tinn in a matter that is subscouent- '
iv to 1 e presented to ine court ior
its official action Were sttcn a
practice to be permitted to prevail
there would be little use in wasting
time in preparing petitions for ap
pointments ami such matters as the
associate judges have a voice in de
termining. Th; result would not
depend upon the merits of the case,
but upon the activity of the man
who first got the ear of a majority
of the co.m in private, and this
would-be a menace to the rights ol
These remarks are suggested by
the fact that in the matter of the
appointment of a member of the
Bloomsburg Town Council to fill a
vacaiwy, Associate Judge Veager
w reported to have -aid, before the
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ifisf r;um HI
mat lie was 111 a
it 1 A, A .i.Nt liinu' U'lint to do.
I UU illlUUlvi hwl - -
I as he had already promised one ot j
Uhe applicants ior the position to
1 vote for him." !
There was no wrong done in vot-;
in? for the man for whom ne cuci ;
vote, as the appointee is a reputa
ble citien, and competent to fill
the office. The wrong was 111 1 lie
violation of a principle, and that
li-r of a
tinucioie is iiiui u" iuv..."- ---
court should prejudge a case that
is to come before mm, nor aueuiin
to decide it until he has luard all
sides of the matter and given all
persons interested a full and impar
There is no suggestion or suspi
cion of corruption in the matter on
the part of Judge Yeager. His ac
tion was probably due to lack cf
proper consideration of the situa
tion, and without intent to do
ii'rnno but now that his attention
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has been called to the impropriety,
it is devoutly to be hoped that he
will not make the same mistake
FIRE AT ESPY.
Bert Miller, of Espy, whose
house burned recently, suffered
another loss from fire last Friday
evening when his two barns and
his green house were destroyed.
wcre two tons of hay, a ton
.. . ,n slat boxes used
straw, iiv -
1 . il,rnr horSCS 3
ullfZ'seU of harness Twenty
ana ;.,,,. nnd 2Q bush-
ins were destroyed.
la the smaller barn was the fin-
, ; mkr for the new house he
K In rcctilS to take the place
the Une recently destroyed, and
diisVas destroyed, together with a
quantity of seeds a furnace,
w J plows and pipe and pipe fil
ings lor the new home
The townsmen of Espy work d
hard to save the buildings, but lit
tle could be done,
of $3500?with very little insurance.
"It is dollar you do tict sp?rtd
tluit puts you ahead. - TmiMiii
The urr.pcnt dollar that pistes
through V.i teller s window
begins at once to e irn anotdcr
dollar for t!ie depositor.
IDordl: We give equal
to large and small accouhts.
Jarly, and See how
We pay 3 per
Sixteenth Annual Normal Gymnastic
Display Will he Given Friday
Incitement prevails among the
undergraduate ranks of the Normal
School over the coming gymnastic
exhibition tomorrow evening. This
will be the sixteenth annual event.
and it has moused even more en
thusiasm than did the former ones,
; all of which have been productive
! of considerable excitement.
The Seniors and Middlers have
I been preparing songs and yells,
i which they have been practicing
t behind closed doors in the Midway,
, the Lyric, and the Columbia Thea
! tre. with ereat enthusiasm. It is
expected that a.l the classes will
spring something pretty in the way
of cost u lues.
The display will differ this year
in that it will be given in the Audi
torium instead of in the Gymnasi
um as formerly. A platfcrm has
been built, extending out from the
stage over the seats in the front
part of the house.
ICvideuce of the interest taken in
the event by the people of liloonis
burg was shown Monday morning
when the board opened at S. R.
Bidlemau's store. Within a very
short time the long line of persons
ni ttuikiiife ......
111 waiting niarKcu 011 uie guou
sea(s j quick order.
The audience will undoubtedly
be entertained tomorrow evening,
and the undergrade will have tlieir
snare 01 uie iun, iuu.
EX-JUDGE WILLIAM A. MARR.
While visiting his
rarrrnrft M. Harber.
at her home
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in Philadelphia, ex-Judge William
A M.-nr died suddenly, on Sat
urday night. He was widely known
as a jurist, having served on the
Common Pleas Court of Schuylkill
county for the ten years endiug
January, 1909. A Democrat of the
old school, he took a deep interest
in the affairs of his party, and on
several occasions sat as a delegate
in State and natioual conventions.
Judge Marr was born 73 years ago,
iu Union county, but Irom boy
hood lived at Ashland, where he
studied law prior to his admission
to the Sclntvlkill County Bar. Fu
neral services were held Tuesday,
at 2 o'clock, ac the Broad street
residence of Mrs. Barber, and the
body was taken to Lewisburg for
burial on Wednesday.
Judge Marr was well known in
this county. Twenty years ago he
was a regular attendant at the ses
sions of the courts here, represent
ing as he did, many cf the coal and
other corporations in the lower end
of the county. He was one of the
counsel for the defense in the first
Mollie Maguire trial, about 1869.
He was an affable gentlemen and
a good lawyer We believe his last
visit to Bloomsburg was in April
1905, when he was a guest of the
Bar, and one of the speakets at the
banquet given by the lawyers of
the county to Col. Johu G. Freeze
on the 57th Anniversary of his ad
mission to the Bar.
TO BE PRINCETON INSTRUCTOR!
Donald Herring will graduate
from Oxford University, Fhigland,
next June. He has accepted a pro
fessorship in Modern History at
Princeton University, where he
graduated before going to Oxford.
He is a brilliant young man, and
will make his mark.
COUNTY DIRECTORS WILL MEET.
The School Directors of Colum
bia County will meet Saturday in
Normal Auditorium, and a very
entertaining program has been ar
ranged for them.
The first session will be called
promptly at nine o'clock, when Dr.
D. J. Waller will address the meet
ing and conduct the devotions.
Iv I". Carpenter will read the
minutes of the last meeting and J.
II. Kisenliauer will deliver the
Wm. C. Hosier, J. K. Bloss,
Rev. I. M. Bachman and J. C.
Brown, who atten led the recent
state convention of directors, will
each make addresses ba'ed upon
the speeches heard there. C. D.
Koch, the state high school inspec
tor, will probably be present and
address the directors.
At 12 o'clock the banquet will
begin in the Normal dining room.
Prof. G. Iv. Wilnur will be the
toastmaster and the following per
sons will respond to toasts: "Our
Wives," F. B. Hartman; "Our
Teachers," Grant Johnson; "Our
Profession," James G. Sigman and
R. Bruce Albert; "Our Babies,"
Dr. Ambrose Shutuan; "The Man
Behind the Gun," K. R. Kester.
At two o'clock the county con
test in spelling and addition will
take place in the auditorium. After
this Prof. Mark Creasy, of Haw
ley, Pa., will give an address to the
directors and teachers. The con
vention will close with a short busi
HOLY WEEK AT ST. PAUL'S.
The observances of Holy Week
and Easter at St. Paul's Episcopal
Church will be as follows:
Daily services at 9:30 a. 111. On
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
at d:io n. n:. : Wednesday and
Good Friday at 7:30 p. m. ; Good
Fridav. three hours' devotion, from
1 2 to 3 p. m. Easter Eveu, baptism
at 3 p. m.
Morning Prayer, with choir, 6:00
Holv Communion. 7.00 a. m.
Holy Communion, with sermon
and choir. 10:10 a. 111.
Annual service lor Sunday School
3:00 p. m.
Evening Prayer and sermon 7:00
AN ENTERTAINING LECTURE.
Judge Willis Browu, of Salt Lake
Citv. delivered a lecture last Fn
day evening in the Normal Audi
torium on "The Law and the Boy
A large audience heard him, aud
were extremely well pleased. He
talked in an easy conversational
manner, and interested his listeners
in his presentation of his methods
r ' 1 . .l 1
01 juvenue couri proeeuure.
Judge Brown has been instru
mental in the foundation of insti
tnttons for the care of the bad bov.
and has been highly successful iu
DR. WELLIVER APPOINTED
At last Friday's session of the
court, three petitions were present
ed for the appointment of a conn
cilnian to fill the vacancy caused
bv the death of Charles W. Run
von. The petitions were those of
Dr. G. II. Welliver, James Magee,
II., and William 11. Fisher.
The court retired and considered
the applications, with the result
that Dr. Welliver was appointed.
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