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v‘\ ' A\ The Associate Press C o v e ring W o rld’s ®3vents In E v e ry Issufc o f T O E G A Z E IT O The Most Widely Read NewspM r id the Upper Ddaware Valley. yO L LVL, No. 176 PORT JERVIS. N. -Yw WpDAY.'N^ IB, 1924 ’ -‘t . ^ 1 ' : ■ c i o u d y ^ •' snowf^ W^needay imsottldd iitad ‘ ^ slightly .K^rmeir. ^ : PRICE THREE CENTS ■ fi NEW SAINT FRANCIS HOSPITAL IS DEDKATED BY CAIffilNAL HAYES DJ PREOTE OF LARGE CROWO Procesacm Ftmns in Front of Hotel Mitchell and Marches to St Mary’s Rectory from Which Kace Catholic Prelates are ported to Building—Address by Cardinal and Public Inspection Follows Ceremonies of Blessing of Structure FraiKila H o spital w a s blessed an d to th e c h a ir m a n ’s question concern- dedicated-. .jvesterdalf >vfternoon. A t ing fund s he said it w a s h ia firm 3:15 the E^ie w h is tles ann o u n c e d th e conviction th a t neith e r fro m W a slf- ■start o f the parad e . H e a d e d by a p la- . i n ^ o n o r A lbany could an inveatiga- 4 to o n of the police w ith the A m e rican ! tion com m ittee solve th e m y stery. He jXiegion carryin g th e ir colqrs an d A m - i h in ted th a t perhaps people w o u ld be /e r i c a n flags, the special com m ittee ! a b le to solve th e riddle if they realiz- proceeded up F r o n t stree t and dow n ed th a t those young ladles gave up ev- B a ll stree t to ^ S a int M a ry’s rectory j erything of self th a t they m ight w ith w h e re C a rd in a l H ayes w ith o th e r p r e - j th e grace o f God do all for others. I t - ’ lates a n d priests had been the g u e s ts w a s to service rendered p e rfect by su- o f F a th e r B a r r y . A v a s t assem b lage '• p e r n a t u r a l m o tives. They saw beyond of people filled the street and crow d e d the suffering of th e body the salvation the steps of th e ch u r c h w hile t h e chil- j of souls. T h a t only can m a k e service d r e n . w e re lined u p in fro n t of the : p e rfect an d th a t is the m o tive pow e r H o m e . The fo u r th degree K n ights o f of th e C a tholic sisterhood. I t isi th a t ■Columbus in' f u ll reg a lia stood atten - th a t pro m p ts so m a n y non-C atholic ^ tio n ’ a w a itin g th e ap p e a ran c e of the bodies to request th e hospital services C a rd in a l. A bu r s t of applause greeted of C a tholic sisters. Only recently, he H is E m inence as he ap p e a red in th e ' s a id, did a body of A labam a B a p tists red robes of h is office. The chairm a n * request the P o r t Jerv is Sisters of St. 'of the recep tio n com m ittee, w ith his ] F r a n c is to. open and conduct a hospi- aides, H o n . H o race A . Sheldon, t h e ' ta l. in th e ir state. H e provoked a m a y o r, P e te r C. R u tan , p r e s id e n t of . b u r s t of laugh ter w h en he jokingly th e C h a m b e r of C o m m e rce, J am e s ! r e m a r k e d : “Y o u B a p ists w ish to be Giilincler, president of the B o a rd of | c a th o lics w h e n sick, b u t w h e n w e ll E d u c a tion , A r th u r N a y lor, Superin- | a g a in, you are B a p tists again .” T h e n te n d e n t of Schools, Salmon, of j seriously he said: W e may differ in T h e U n ion, D. F . Cock of The G azette, m a tte r s of belief; w e m a y hold oppo- W illiam H. C h ant, chairm a n of S a int ] gite political views, b u t th e r e is one F r a n c is H o s p ital cam p a ign, passed thing in w h ich we should be an d are befo re the C a rd in a l to th e a w a i |i n g ' undoubtedly united, — a n d th a t is hos- autom o b iles.. S a in t M a ry’s G irl S c o u ts pitalization . Suffering u n ites us and sw u n g in line b ^ i n d the A m e rican L e - alleviation of suffering en d e a rs us \one gion while th e knights acted as a to the o ther. M ay God bless those g u a r d of h o n o r to th e C a rdinal. A t ^..who have helped and p o u r dow n in ■.idle M itchell H o tel M r. C h a n t step - ab u n d a n c e th a t sam e blessing on fu - p e d o u t in fro n t o f his cam p a ign fure helpers of th e same w o rk, w o rkers a n a w a s follow e d by the W A f ter th e C a r d in a l’s address, th e IVTNSTOX C H U R C H ILL AS \ t H E L E I ’T UAI.ACE A ^ T E R ' g e t i ’ l n g s i -: a l o f o f f i c e ; » £ OF 10 MONIHS IS FOUND iA R S T ^W A Ii Skeleton in Sitdng Position With Empty Reyolrer Aloi^Snde m PAYS ITS TRTOITE TO MEHDRY # l i t N ^ Business Places Close, F&^s at H<dl Mast-4.a]^e Attend­ ance at S ervi^at Ik^ipark Refonned Chirdi-’^mi- tifd Enlogy by Rey. WiHimn V. Beil IRANSPORTATION ffiRVKE STOPPED M r. C h u rchill is p ictured here leaving B u c k ingham P a lace' after receiving his seal of office from Kin.g George. H e had preseniqd liim seif a t th e treasu ry and was being received ofiicially as C h a n c e l­ lo r of the Exchequer by^ h is de-i pjcrtm e n tal chiefs. ^.Honesdale, N ov. 18— On S a turday ’:he .rem a ins of Jo h n D e B ruen, who h a d been m issing since last Jan u a r y , w e re found in a sittin g position n e a r w a ll of an open lot ab o u t one an d a h a l f m iles south of W a y m a r t, n e a r K e e n ’s pond. D ickerson City m e n e n ­ gaged in h u n ting came across the skeleton o44i)eB ruen and notified th e au th o r ities w ith the resu lt t h a t an in ­ quest w a s held by T. L. M o d land, ju s ­ tice of th e peace. The jury retu r n e d verdict th a t th e m a n cam e ^ to his death by euiede, a 32 calibre revolver w ith tw o em p ty shells hav ing been ^found a t h is side. A check book on an E lizabeth, H. J., b a n k w as discov­ ered in pocket of his to p coat an d his •eolthlpg also identified the man, w as ociuseu I t .appears t h a t D u B ruen cam e from ! je^vis T r a c tion Com p any •E lizab e th . N ,J.y ab o u t th ree y e a r s ago th e P o r t Jervis TrdU sit Co. Inc., _______ f The early m o r n ing ru s h of w o rkers fro m S p a rrow b u s h , W e s t E n d T ri- S tates and M a ^ m o r a s w a s severely ham p e red th i s m o friing f o r th e lack of tra n s p o r tatio n . T h e em p loyees of th e glass w o rks, silver w o rks, silk- mills, ^ r i e shops and o ther m a n u f a c tu r in g p la n ts w e re la te to th e i r w o rk. Some h a d to w a lk a considerable distance w h ile pihers w e r e fo r tu n a te enoUgh to g e t lifts by th e drivers of au to m o ­ biles. / , All th i s inconvenience w a s caused HOOTER DIES , OF INJURIES iness and -professional m e n of P o r t Jervis. M a n y visitors and o u t of tow n ■ d o c tors helped to sw e ll the ran k s . The •shar^ cold did n o t chill th e ard o r of th e m a rchers or th e im m e n s e crow d th a t aw a ited th e m a t th e new hos­ pital. . At th e end of th e p a r a d e a very p r e t ty an d colo rfu l p ictu re w a s pre- ■sented ‘as the C a rdinal, th e m o n signori, p r iests and choir boys in th e ir red, purp le, b lack and w h ite robes, passed Into the hospital betw e e n double row s o f girl scouts, fo u r th degree knfghts, and m e m b e rs of the legion in th e ir varied uniform s. A finishing touch w a s given th e p ictu re by th e black robed sisters an d w h ite gow n e d n u r s ­ es th a t a t th e en tran c e aw a ted th e ir com ing. V e s te d in m itre and cope, assisted b y prelates an d priests, an d preceded , , i • t . , r. c o s . b e a rer, aeolytes an « • S tructure is built m o stly of brirk , iron, st«'.el and concrete an d is as fics proof as m o d e rn invention can m a k e it. Tlic arran g e m e n t o f , the corridors an d the room s are p r a c tically the sam e on ev- ei^ floor although different uses are Siade of the room s .The g e n e ral ap- ^pearance show s that the arch itect hdT] ^in'm ind those thin g s th a t prom o te of* ffciency in hospital m a n agem e n t, and those conditions th a t create an envir- boys. H is Em inence w e n t th r o u g h the ^entire b u ilding from cellar to ro o f in ­ voking the divine blessing on th is hos­ p it a l dedicated to the w o rk of m e rcy. I t w a s a sim p le b u t im p ressive cere­ m o n y . A f ter the blessing all th e people w e re adm itted to the building. T h e y •were m ighty glad to get into the w a rm atm o s p h e re a f t e r th e chilling w a it out- •fiide. T h e y pack e d th e tw o long cor- people w e re show n th r o u g h th e hos­ p ital an d all expressed in enthusiastic term s th e ir surprise and adm iration . F a th e r B a r r y and his assistant, F a th e r M cCarney, are to be con g r a tu lated on th e success of the day’s pjC'i'-'ram. The visiting clergymo'\ Al.^ere R t. Rev. John B rady, R tl iev. V incent Arcese, R t. Rev. Stephen D o n ahue, V ery Rev. D e a n C u shm a n , Rev. Con- inell M cHugh, R e v . A n thony F innerty, R e v . Joseph O’C o n n o r and Rev. G u l- lielm u s P a r ticeps. St. F r a n c is H o s p ital is a three story brick stru c t u r e w ith basem ent, situ a t ed on the prop e r ty on E a s t M ain street, ^ t h a t w as once th e hom e of Ju d g e O. F. H o w e ll. I t really consist? of tw o par.Ls. the one in fro n t, which is divided by v^Tiat will be krni^'ri as the fro n t corridor, and a w ing on the i-idors a t th e conjuriction of w h ich had onm e n t t h a t helps the sick and the in- been erected a platfo r m from w hich general ap- \they could see an d h e a r the speakers. ' . Mr. G regg presented th e chairm an, M r. V a n Inw e g e n . M r. V a n Inw e g e n \has perhaps, never been so happy in his rem a r k s as he w a s on th i s occa­ sion. H e paid due t r i b u te to the w o rk o f hospitalization tjia t has been done In the p a s t in P o r t Jervis. H e recalled I h e w o rk of D o c tor H u n t, p raised th e rangem e n ts th a t facilitate the daily V\£^ cs 4 ’r\TKrr\/i /\r» A r \ * .• « « • . « p e a ran c e shows good w o rkm a n s h ip by th e skilled artisans, w h o m the con­ tra c to r s h a d in their em p loy. A t th e so u th e r n end of the fro n t corridor on each flo o r is a w e ll b u ilt fire escape. A visitor is n o t only favorably im ­ pressed w ith s tr u c t u r a l conditions of the hospital, b u t w ith the m a n y a r - F rederick Josep h H o rn, w h o w as seriously wounded last S a tu rd a y w h ile h u n tin g on the property of Mrs. E r m - b r u s t a t K e n o s k a ak e , died a t the D e e rpark S a n itariu m M o n d ay a f t e r ­ noon a f 12:30 o’clock of septic tonitis. M r. H o rn w a s sh o t in. back w ith a fu ll ch a rg e of n u m b e r six sho t w h ich p u n c tu r e d h is Infes- The body w a s ta k e n in charg e by U n d e rtaker F . H- P o r te r and shipped to his hom e in H e m p s tead, D. I. today D eceased w a s in th e m e r c h a n tile busi­ ness an d a p a r t n e r w ith C h a rles E. H u n t. H e is survived by his w ife an d one son. T h e son F rederick J. Jr., w as w ith his fath e r on th e hunting trip w h e n th e fa t a l shooting oocured. ilizab eth , N. J.y a b o u t th r e e y e a r s ag o and a year l a t e r w a s m a r r ied to Rose, daughter of W m . K izer, em p loyed a t the H u b b a r d Stock F a r m . P r i o r to com ing to W a y m a rt, D u B ruen is said to have received a w indfall f r o m re l a ­ tives and he did n o t do m u c h w o r k af­ ter his m a rriage. B a s t w inter w ith o th ­ ers he apprehended fo r illegal fishing an d h e fu r n ish e d check to keep from going to jail. D a ter it w as learned tlia’t there w e re no -funds in th e E lizabeth b a n k to meet it^an d a constable w a s sent to brin g him in. W h e n the officers arrived a t th e house D u B ruen m a d e a get aw a y and from th a t tim e h e w a s n o t seen again. In the lo t w h ere the body w a s found hay had been cut d u ring th e sum m e r an d it seem ed odd th a t the discovery hajd h q t been m a d e before because the on- Ij' ^thing th a t w a s n e a r th e rem ains . -was a little b r u s h an d a shrub. lC>uBfuen w a s 38 years, of age and is S u r v iv e d ’ b y h ia - w i f e ^ a n d a child:-, Trhe fu n e r a l w ill be held a t W a y m a tr Tuesday and b u r ial made in C a n a a n cem e tery. POTATOES TAKE - SUDDEN M O P by discontinuing th e ir trolley a n d bus ser^■ice. As w as stated in y e s terday’s G azette both these com p a n ies h a d fil­ led petitions of bankruptcy. When th e trolley c a r s and buses U'cre put aw'ay \at th e com p letion of th e day last night, th e y w e re p u t aw a y to stay T h is m o rning w h en the ,,, em p loyees w e n t to th e car barn and th e garage to take th e ir usual runs, th e y w ere inform e d th a t th e tw o companies had ceased operations. This w a s of course a com p lete surp;rise to the m e n and they w ere throw n out pf w o rk w ithout another posjtion in sight. ‘ A b e a u tifu l trib u te , to .the m e m o ry of W illiam H . N e a r p a s s w a s p a id by hundreds of f r ie n d s a t th e f u n e r a l ser-« vices w h ich w ere held a t the late hom o a t No, 4 C a tharine stre e t a t 2 o’clock M o n d a y afternoon a n d 'a t 2:30 o’clock a t D e e rpark Reform e d C h u rch. D u r ­ ing th e day, m a r^N calied a t fh a hom e to pay their respects an d a t the' church serv ice. there w e r e d e l e ^ t i o n s from all of Mr, N e a r p a # ’ associations 0rUd m any, other frie n d s ;,T h e city*,and school ad m in istrations, th e F o r t J e r ­ vis L o a n and Savings Society, - th e B o a rd of lib r a r y T rustees, the M ini- sink V a lley H istorical Society, th e C o n s is tory of the 'R e form e d C h u r c h an d the P o r t Jervis G azette w e r e j^ep- resented. The s e ^ c e s a t the hom e w e r e con- -ducted by Rev. W illiam V. B e r g , p a s ­ to r of t h e D e e tp a r k R e form e d C h u rch, and a t the ch u r c h he w a s assisted fey Rev. Sheldon * V a n d e b u rg, classical ,secpetery o-f th e Classis of O range. The services w e re sim p le an d digni­ fied consisting of a fu n e r a l dirg e by O rganist 'E d g a r K . Spring, S c ripture reading an d p r a y e r by th e tvro clergy­ men, a Solo “F a c e to F a c e ” by M rs. F r e d e r ick D. Fow ler, an d a e u l o ^ by R e v . M r. B e rg. The follow ing is the substance of w h a t M r. B e r g said: O f th e m a n y beautit'til trib u tes th a t are being paid to th e life of our d e a r friend, W illiam H. N e a rpass, phrases have come to m y atten tio n th a t seem to a s n e a r as w o rds can’ express the untisual qualities of h is c h a r a c te r lid to m e th e o th e r day, HEAVY TOLL OF GREAT GALE H igh school students from M ill R if i ' Som eone sai< an d S p a r r o w b u s h a f t e r aw a iting f 02 1 “ Mr. NearpasJ e a rpass’ life w a s so rem a rkably^ ' ” A n o ther said, ter. , “ H is life w a s u con n o t add very m e n ts, save to a m ­ plify them, by w a y of Illu s t ra at tio o n .. A t the trolley t h a t did no t show up, w e re compelled to w a lk. They m a d e th e trip to th is city by th e w a y of the B e rm e R o a d . Besides inconvenienc­ ing these m a n y daily users of either the trolley or bus, th e ceasing of - o p e ration throw s . 10 em p loyees o u t o f w o rk. T h e s e employees are divided a s follows: th r e e m en in th e c a r barn w h e r e rep a i r s are m a d e, fo u r m o tor- {eulogy. attentioi quoting fn \ tenedietion.” You con eh to thesb state m e n ts J r . N full and com p le te .” ■om a lette r. , “ H is life w a s in.” You co n n o t ad d ve ry sav e to a n i r i n . . Ax- som e fu tu r e tim e a m e m o rial servi-ee w ill be held a t w h ich som e o f th e th in g s th a t ought to be said ab o u t “D e a c o n ’.’ N e a r p a s s w ill be s a i d . ?b3f.. m e n w h o have know n him over a long term of y e a r s an d in vaA e d .relations, Thi men, tw o bus drivers and a w a tch m a n a t th e B a ll street crossing w h e re the tro lley crosses th e O. an d W . R a il­ ro a d . H a r r y T, C h rist of M iddletow n h a s been appointed receiver fo r th e tw o tran s p o r tatio n com p a n ies. th e 12, as applied th a t overcom eth th w ill I maJke th e temp ple le of My God, preciops prom ise l ___ _ lied tft our friend'. ' “H im h w ill I m a -- erco m e n of My God, ,an d 1e _ no m o re out; and I w ill w r ite upon p il lar in h s h a ll God, an d God,od, My G New eth down n out P o tatoes l^ook a sudden drop tifU m o rning. T h e drop w as n o t in prica b u t fro m a tru c k on w h ich th e y w ere beings tra n s p o r ted from th e E rie freig h t house to th e w h o lesaler. Sam R e in e r t, th e effecient di'aym a n about this city, w a s ab o u t to cross P ik e St. from th e blind end of B d ll street w h ile on hig w a y front, th e freight house,y w ith his tru c k load of spuds The delivery t r u c k of Sw inton and Co w as. trav e lin g dow n P ik e street. B o th m a c h in e s m e t a t th e ju n c tio n of th e tw o stree ts an d the resu lt w as, sev­ eral bu.^hels of spuds scattered about th e street. N e it h e r m a c h ine w as dam aged to a n y extent, neith e r driver w as injured. T h e Sw inton tru c k w as slig h tly dam a g e d on the left side. (By the A ssociated P r e s s ) New Y o rk, Nov. 18— L e a v ing in its path a m o u n tin g toll of d e a th an d dis­ aster, the g r e a t gale, w h ich fo r fo r ty - eight hours held the . seaboard in * n j icy grip, appeared to d a y to . sw e p t o u t . to sea. Ten a r e k n o t ^ i dead, m a n y m issing, huge property losses to shipping and w h o lesale dam ­ age ashore constituted th e toll in this section.,,^,' TrSSic tales of th e storm have be­ gun to drift into new s channels^j» *' A barg e skipper died of exposure a t the end o ^ a rope, w h ich w a s h a u l­ ing him to safety. A w e a lthy m a n “dozed in his au t o ­ m o b ile in a garage an d died. A poor nian froze to death in a tenem e n t, while a son looked fo r w o rk. ' Scores of fisherm en and ru m runners, caugh t in th e - g a le, abandoned their sinking sm a ll c r a f t and w e re rescued by.coast guards, cutters an d police tugs. GDV. SMITH . MAY HAVE GOUT (By The A ssociated P ress) . F r e n c h Lick, Ind., Nov. 18— Gover n o r Sm ith, qf N e w Y o rk, here fo r rest, is confined to his room here w ith a swollen foot w h ich h e considers the a f t e r m a t h of an eighteen hole golf day he had been playing. M e m b e rs of the p a r t y diagnosed the ailm e n t as in ­ cipient gout. ,4 ' WOMAN BURNED IN FURNACE care bestow ed on p a tien ts -in D e e r- p a r k S a n itariu m , an d lauded the e f ­ fo r ts of the Sisters in old 'Saint F r a n - «cis. N ow, how ever, he said, the citi­ zens of P p r t Jervis has good reaso n to rejoice th a t in this m odern h c s p ital th e y hav e every facility to care fo r all -ailm e n ts th a t m a y inflict our people. Mr. V a n liw e g e n , recalling the r e ­ cent cam p a ign for funds fo r the new hospital, assured th e Sisters th a t as th e people w e re in th e past so,w o u ld th e y be even m o re w illing in the f u ­ tu r e to help them in th e ir good w o rks of mercy. W ith a smile he facetiously^ requested th e C a rdinal to explain how th e Sisters could build a tw o hundred -and fifty th o u s a n d d o llar hospital w ith fifty- thousand dollars. H e con g r a tu ­ lated th e C a rd in a l on th e honor th e Head of his church had' bestowed on a friend so tru e and generous to the peo­ ple of P o r t Jervig. As th e C a rd inal ascended the p l a t ­ form he w a s g r e e ted by enthusiastic applause. H e h a s a fine presence, an endearing smile and a well modulated, pleasing Voice. H e is a determ in e d -and convinoJng sp e a k e r . In answer* routine and the m o d e rn hospital equip­ ment. F o r instance, on every floor th e r e is an office f o r the general n u rse in charge of th a t floor, and if a p a ­ tien t in the^ p r iv a te rooms or the w a rds w ishes atten tio n , all he h a s to do is 'to press a b u tto n alongside of hsi bed. The call is registered in the n u rse’s office and prom p t atten tio n can be given. A n elev a to r and dum b w a it­ er fro m the ground to the top floor are g r e a t conveniences and so is th a t long shute dow n w h ich w a s h ing for th e laundry can be throw n to th e laundry. T h e furnishings in the room s are^ all of iron an d in so f t r e s tf u l colors. Some putty, som e brow n , some shades of green an d B iltm o re blue. T h e Sisters have consulted th e most com p e te n t authorities on the effect of coloring in th e sick room an d equipped their building accordingly. A g ain, the F o rd bed is a feature of this institution. Some tim e ago, H enry F o r d w a s in ­ terested in a hospital and he. asked m a n u f a c tu r e rs to design the best bed th a t they could th ink of fo r th e fiiclt t C o n tinued to pagV^oight) Blind Minnesota Congressman Who Defeated ^ Magnus Johnson for Senate, His Wife and Son f Thomas D. Schall, Republican, beat Johnson. Farm-Labor candi- ia t e to eueectcd himself' lu the Ujolted hard fight with a plurality of 20,- 000. The Senator-elect and Mr*. Schall a r e ihow n above iwUh ihc4< aoi!. R lchitriL ate# - tiim the n a m e of M y < nam e of th e city of Jerusalem , w h ich com e th do w of heaven from My God: an d M y new nam e .” The proihise is to him th a t ‘ overcom efh. To ono^ like Mr. N e a r ­ pass, w h o k e p t th e fitjth in a. world of,. ' tem p tations fror* —^^iput ho erty an d persecution. m a intained faith , an d thest gree, inspite of and th e infirm ities of j |ia s been a guide, counf p o r te r , even w h en h is c h ied. O n e w h o hai w a n d within.^ One w h o h a s been tru e th r o u g h pov- j O n e ..who has patience, a n d w o rk charity, i the se in an increasing de­ w e a riness of th e flesh One w h o and com ­ o w n h e a r t w a s m e t an d d e ­ enem y death, r . N e a r p a s s ’s d ^ t h In an a trium*^'*'’^**’he fbated th e la s t jlo t think of M r. ^ _ ^ n y o th e r w a y th a n a triu m p h r T only sadness a b o u t i t is th e sfense o f irre p a r a b le loss we all share-. To him is prom ised a fixed, place ,in th e tem p le of God. H e sh a ll be a pillar. H e sh a ll go no m o re out. H e is a p e r m a n e n t p a r t of th e consum*; m a tion of God’s kingdom . H e abid e s u n d e r th e shadow of th e A lm ighty, T h e period of change an d decay ia over. H e has his place in th e eternal purposes of th e F a th e r . T h e sim iio of a p il la r suggests stre n g t h .'b e a u ty , supp o r t, a n d com m e m o ratio (B y The Associated Press) Colum b u s, OhiOj Nov. 18— C o u n ty - P rosecutor K ing w a s today in v e s tigat­ ing the de^th la te yesterday of M rs. Addie Sheatsley, fifty, w ife of Rev, C. V. Sheatsley, p a s to r of C h rist L u th e r ­ an C h u rch, a t Beailey, w h o se efearred ashes w ere tak e n from the furnd.ee in th e Sheatsley home. L a s t m idnight the p r o s e c u tor declared it im p o ssible f o r the! w o m an, to h a v e c o m m itted isulcide by craw ling into furnace an d closing, door behind h e r as th e coroner’s ver­ dict said. The rem a ins of the body and pieces of jew e lry w e re found in the firebed by the p a s to r w h e n he re­ tu r n e d hom e a f t e r a sh o r t absence. PATOTi»DAY EDUCATION WEEK “W ith o u t i lar education no\ g o v- pfe- his am b itions for it- He b o u t popuh ern m e n t w h ich rests upon p o p u lar ac­ tion can long endure. T h e people m u s t be schooled in th e know ledge, and if possible, th e virtues iipo.n w h ich the m a intenance an d success -of free institutions depend.” W O O DRO W W ILSO N Y o u hav’^e fifteen hun d r e d th r e e (1503), c h ildren in th e elem e n tary grades of the p o r t Jerv is '' P u b lic Schools. In order t h a t y o u m a y know your schools a n d th e tea& h ers‘’of y o u r ^ehildren. you a r o cordially InVlted to Viftit th e sehdola a t an y tim e during th e weeK.’ ’ . ^ , ' ' f im m em o ra M r. N e a rpass h a d g r e a t stren g th of Of c h a ra c te r . H e w a s faithfu l, in ­ dustrious, a ju s t m a n , one who'doVed m e rcy a n ^ w h o w alked h u m b ly w ith his God. He w a s th e counselor^ a n d a d v iser of m a n y , lilie th e shadow of a greatv. rock in a w e a ry land. H e w a s serene aifd kindly. He bore no g r u d ­ ges and entertained no m a lice. H e w a s t h e soul of honor. Men lik e t h a t are n o t only p illars in th e tem p le of God here, they offer their\ M aker th e m a terials! foror a l God in th e - 'h e■avens, a / off e r f a p il lar in the teniple o f lyic AT,. ac’e . Mr. N earpas! w a s a b e a u tiful ch a r a c te r . N o t alone for th e element!! his pu r ity , his st ^of^istren g th, ot alon e :y, his sweetness, h^i® h u m ility, his happiness. All w h o cam e ip touch ■ith Mr.r. N ee aa rrp pa as sss recognizedecognized •'h M N r t a t he w a s in th e school of O h rist an d was- learn in g of H im . H e w as a beautiful c h a r a c te r as it w a s a strong charac- er, becan O f s u c h t of th e ea r t th e w o rld.” Such a ch a ra c te r is n o t only an ad o r n m e n t to this life. Itfil b e a u ty is fit for a perm a n e n t place th e ad oirnm r n m e n t of th e tem p le n o t 3 a friend W£ p.<on hi; e n t w ith hands. A s a p illar is for support,. < a burden bearer. ‘H e took up.On h is dei'.s. and ■loyalty’' to hi citizen. H e O ld M an/* 'should e r com m u n a ty feur- irried th e m w ith love and s city. H e w a s our “Fir: w a s F o r t Jervis’s \G pan a n /* No one h a d g reater e a ter pirid town m o re faith in it, n o b le r rt Jervis s \ G r d h a d g r p e 'aith in it, n o b le r b e a rer in his home.- 7hoh p r e cceded home by onb Mrs. Nearpafls w the jo u r n e y hom e 9 -s one of th e mosi +iful th ings aboiu lar of support it years he served\ on the w a s a b u r d e n Lis c h i r a l ^ fo r h im is bean+iful th ing s ab o t him . a p illar o f suppo rt in h' * e served\ on th e < was a devoted atten da sed a Comi ■hi; iy a few week% touchinguchin and h is ch u r c h . F o r con s is tory. U s la n t upon th e H e alm o s t never laifi- m u n ion season id a l l th e years of h is m e ipbership. H e added ■;he ch u r c h o f whl-ch he m e a n s of gra-ccy m e t lustre to the church o f w h ich he wtm a-m em b er, yet heL w o u ld have insistedi th a t h e owed tq his o h n r e h th e ltt~ spiration of htg life.. A, Ilf© of isudi. ■'(Continued to :)

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