Onondaga Independent EVERY SATURDAY MANLIUS ITEMS Personals Mrs. Mary A Lonning and sou, Frank, returned Monday from the North Woods where they have been for the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. Horaco Ninis are spending a few days with Dr. and Mrs. _Jainos Pindergast at Phoenix. Miss Louiso Carpenter is visiting friends at Delphi. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cramer are en tertaining out of town friends. Miss Verbeck of San Francisco, Col , is spending a lew days with Col, and Mrs. William Verbeck at St. Jolin's school. Misses Famiio and Helen Bronstein of Cazenovin are visiting at Dr. E. B. Merwins. MrB. Clarence Randall and children, who havo been spending some time .with friends at Cazenovin, returned homo Monday. Miss Avis Randall and daughter, Edith, who have been in town for a few days, have returned to their homo in Cazcnovia. Mr. Edward Kent is spending his vacation with relatives at Passaic, N. J. Mr. Choster Chapman is visiting friends at Camden,N. Y, Miss Sherley Potter of Syracuso is • visiting her cousin, Miss Sarah Deyoo. Miss Edna St. Aubin of Auburn is the guest of her cousin, Miss Alice Smith i on West Seneca street. . 1 Miss Sessio Hormans of Syracuse! spent Saturday and Sunday with friends i hi town. I I Miss Frances Dunbar of Now! Rooholle, N. Y., is spending a fow days witli Mrs. Goorgo W. Armstrong. I Mr Fred K. Armstrong of Cortland j v is visiting his parents, Mr. ulid Mrs. G. W. Armstrong- \ Mr. Georgo W. Armstrong and family 6pont Sunday with Misses Kato and Lillian Rausior at Cazcnovia lake, Miss Louiso Fonda is visiting frionds \ in Now York. j Mrs. James Tuttlo, jr., is acting as 1 Btenographor at S. Cheney and Son's during Miss Louiso Fonda's absence. Mr. Stephen Chonoy, jr., is filling Miss Lillian Ransier's plnco at S. Chonoy and Son's during tho lattor's absence. Mr. H. E. Ransier gave his Sunday School class an outing on Wednesday Mrs. E. C. Hilts and Miss Lona Car- pontcr spent Thursday with Misses Kate and Lillian Rausior hi thoir camp nt Cazouovia lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gaiusway and sou, F. J.,bf 128- Lansing st., Utica, were guosts of ' Mr. ana Mrs. John Shaffer last wook. Mr.B. B. Bossotto, wifo and children, who havo been visiting at Mrs. Anna Candee'B for tho past fow days, havo returned to thoir homo at Now Britain, Conn. . Misses Rachel Harris and DeEtte Trip, who have been spending\ a few weeks at Port Huron Mich., arrived home today. Mrs. W. F. Sponenburg is enter taining her mother, Mrs. L. T. Moore of New-York. ->> Seymour Everingham is spending a few' days at Eajt Syracuse. Miss Kittio Eaton is entertaining her cousin Mrs. E. W. Cartridge of Syra cuse. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Cliapman of Syracuse, ..visited Mr. Chapman's mother Mrs. J. M. Ransier, Sunday. Rev. M. J. Wells occupied tho M. E. pulpit at Tonawanda, Pa., last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Topp and Mrs. •Estor L. Topp spent Sunday in Madison County. Mr. Harry R Abrinl of Soquoit was in town las week. Watch This Space -and- Mr. I. H. Bronstein spent Sunday in town. of Cazenovia Another Accident On Thursday afternoon Arthur Allen received ii telegram calling him to Bals I Cold Springs, New York, is visiting her ton Spa where Robert Lowe, formerly father, Mr. N. Gnllingers Fabius Fabius, Aug. 8.—Mr. and Mrs. George Sears of Syracuse are visiting at his fa ther's, Mr. H. Sears. Miss Pearl Clark of Homer is visiting her'sister, Miss Effie Stewart. Mrs. Fred Woodruff of St. Joseph, Mich, and Miss Iua Becroft of Watter Voleet, Mich, visited friends here last week. Mr. Jay Sergant of DeRuyter is here working for Mr. C. Vincent in the hotel barn. Mr. Melvin Webster of Anjelica, Alle- _ . . . _„ TW™ „.,, I W;.„I«.„» gunv Co. visited friends in tewn this ; ° u StoveR - Refrigerators, Screen Doors and Windows, week. Mr. R. R.. Davis, Editor of Tully Times, visited at Mr Col. Williams, Saturday. Mr. H. E. Jenkins of Cortland was in town last week looking after life in surance. Mr. John Sharp has returned to his home at Cortland. ^» Mrs. Ezra Kenyon of Buffalo is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Bajus. Rev. B. Fmnkliug is enjoying a short vacation at Ocean Grove, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Berton Ellis liavc re turned from their wedding trip. Miss Libbio Galliuger, a teacher at YOU CAN SAVE MONEY HARD WAR bz Why pay big pnc.~ Modern Plumbing Tinning, Roofing and Jobbing, when you can get it at a reasonable pnc. Kernan .and Russell Wheeler Furnaces All work guaranteed or money refunded ALBECK & DOLT MANLIUS NEWYORK of this place, had met witli a serious ac cident. Mr. Lowo wnsytit one time tho electrician at tho electrlb light station in this villiage. At the time of the acci dent he had charge of an electric tram at Bulstou Spa. In an accident to the tram both his legs wore cut off. No fur ther particulars have been received Mr. Lowe's parents live at Morrisvillc. Dewitt Another Italian Stabbing On Tuesday evening, an Italian lad, employed by Battle & Vasto, stabbed John Kcnvifi in tho arm, sevoring two Dewitt , July—Si. Mm . .1 B. Hpen t Thursday Fowle r and .with Mrs. Mr. C. H. Burr of Oswego visited at Mr. Edward Kuapp's over Sunday ! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomas of Roch- I Miss FO W ester visited his father, Mr. E. Thomas, Randall this week At the regular school meeting of I visiting Mr nnd Mrs. Law nnd Mr nnd Mrs. I 0 i UDi London Fabius Union School the following r Bort. 1 Board of Education for rogulnr terms wero elected To fill vacancy S. R Gall Mr Bugls-c of Paris h spent part of last wee k engcr, for full John Powers. term Job Phillips \and Our sportsmen Abroad. The one fact of greatest interest in the meet between the picked men oT Harvard and Yale and the athlete-..- the English universities at the Qnivn . is that tho Englishmen won a score of fivo events to four itl most wholly on their staying powei Kirkville arteries. A gang of villago boys havo j annoyed the Italian for some time. On | the evening in question young Kenvill dealt the fellow a blow in tho face for no cause whatever and tho Italian re sented it with a knife. Chittenango Kirkville, Aug 8.—Mr. ond Mrs. Byron Kent visited at Wnlthum tho first of the week. The Misses Matie and Ina Acker are spending the week at Oneonta. Mr and Mrs. John Titus of Gas City, Ind., and their daughter of Syracuse visited in town last week. Mrs Fannie Drake Tmd children ore visiting her parents here homo after spending some time in this ' The I C. Society held an ice cream vicinity, visiting relatives. j festival at the church Wednesday even- Mr. and Mrs. H. L Gay are visiting '• *\K- at Tully. Miss Rhoda Richards died at 'R. N Mrs. M C. Walroth of St. Paul, : Hong's tho 27th. She had made her Minn., is the guest of Air and Mrs. John ! home at Noble Wilcox for 27 years, but Colyor. • ' * \ ' ' Mrs. M 8. Brown Is visiting friends in Michl- Mrs. F L. Kiml-er went with th e Witherill j 1x1 the running contests, particularly ,„ excursion to the Thousan d Islands Tuesda y I the nnlo and great three mile match. • Mrs. Conklln of Norwic h visited Mrs. Bort this was plainly demonstrated T|„ last week . weakness of the Americans in this r* Mrs Louckso f Co'llamer an d tin- Misses | Bpect may. in part at least, be nscrib. .1 Ann a nnd Catherine Gates spent liLst week' to not being acclimated. Tho lesson I < wit h M r anil Mrs. Randall Chittouango, Aug. Pressor of Bergen, N. -Mrs. C. J has returned last winter her health failed her and she went to tho Hong farm that she might be with her sister, Kate nnd to have her care for hef. She has boon a great sufferer from dropsy but of late had seemed Imtter. Her fuuoral was held at the Roman Catholic church at 2 p. in Monday, burial being made in the villago cemetery. 1 Mrs. Thompso n ha s been visiting friends in . Truxton . i Mr an d Mrs. 8nge r of 8yraeu.se \visited Mr I i and Mrs. Swnnge r the first of the wee k Mr. Floy d Gate s nnd family of .Tamesville spent th e day wit h Mr and Mrs. A P Bort recently Mr. nnd Mrs. Snow entertained compan y ' from Rochester last week . I Th e Patron s of Industr y held nn ice cream I social a t A L. Sherwood' s last Thursda y even- 1 ing whic h was wel l attended. Th o Dewit t Comet band furnished niusic/o r th e evening and was enjoyed by all Mrs. E. D. Smith is home from a visit in Sauquoit. Mr. Joseph Tabor is spending a, fow days in Syracuso. Miss Franco Brown is entertaining her neices, Miss Matie White of Solvny and Miss Pearl Brown of Syracuso. ' Mr. N. Elstuor and Misses Louisa Elstner, and Mary Fritz and Miss Corey of Syracuse visited Mr. and Mrs. Wood ward Sunday. Miss Cora Barnum has returned from a three week's outing at Thousand Is lands. Mrs. S. E. Kearney is entertaining Miss Mabel Perry of Fayettevillo. Miss Cora LaChnnco of Fayettevillo is visiting Mrs. Will LnChanco on Pleasant street. Mrs. Peck of Syracuso is visiting at H H. Perkins' on West Seneca street. Mrs. H. A. Morso and - daughter, Eva, of Oliicnpeo, Mass., are visiting Manlius friends. ~~r~ Mr. Charles Hnle-of Syracuse, visited at David House's, Sunday. Mr. A. B. Knight is at Pike's Station, N. H., on -business. Mr. Charles Phillipps spout Tuesdny at Thousand Islands. Mr. Wm. L. Harvey_Qf-Hamilton is visiting I. N. Looinis. Mrs. A. 0. Mathews and daughter are visiting friends in Buffalo. Mrs. Georgo Mills is cutertnining her ueice, Miss Jennie Monitor of Syracuse. Mrs. 0. W. H. Wood and daughter have been spending a fow days with Mrs.Kate and Lillian Ransier at Cazeno via Lake. Miss Flossio Britten has returned to her homo in Syracuse, after spending ; some weeks here visiting friends. 1 Mr. and Mrs Obadiah Garlock ox- pect to leave this weelc for Thousand Islands, whore they will spend some time Mrs M. Thomas has built a new porch which greatly improves the appearance of hor house. | Tho Mel-roll—Soulo Co's factory j , _ _ _ , started operations Monday last. They i ° n \>. Aug., 2 —Mrs. L. L. TonEycke are working on celery soups now. Wednesday at Manlius Mr. Carlton E Button loft last week Mr - Samuel for tho Grossman House, Alexandria ftt Oxford Bay where ho has a position as waiter | Mr Paul Stcffen for.tho summer. i New York. There will bo no son-ices in tho Pros- Mrs. S. W. byterian or Baptist churches next Sun- , store Monday. (lft y. j Miss Cora Royd Mrs. A. H. Porry accompanied by her parents Sunday, grandson, Arthur Button, are visiting | jir. and Mrs. H. D. Kenyon and son Mrs. Perry's daughter, Mrs. R. C. , K1Mmt i lvst W ock with his parents at Bnggs at Rome. I j)„ rt h Brookileld Mr Reeves of Erio- ville took ftlr. Kenyon's place at the station. Master Will Boyd of Syracuso is visit ing his grandparents, R. D. Boyd. Oran —Mrs. y at M Walker spent Thursday has returned from Lewis opened his new of Syracuse visited Mycenae Mycenae, Aug. 2.—Mr. and Mrs. R. DeForest wero the guests of thoir daughter, Mrs. Georgo Walrnth, Sun day. Mrs. Frey nnd daughter-in-law, Mrs. Frank Froy of Syracuso is spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew File.' Mrs. S. B. Mayer and daughter, Anna, have returned from Sylvan Beach, where they have lx>en camping a week with parties from Syracuse Mr. Clarence Leech who was bitten by an ugly hog is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. John Bettiuger of Chit touango called on Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Duffey, Friday night. Mr. Jacob Buss and sister, Martha, and Minnie Cner are spending soveral days at Cuughdonoy and Browcrtou. Mrs. Abrnm .Daniels spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Browuoll at Tyler Settlement. Watervale Aug 1.—Mrs. F H Stevenson an d family of Syracus e who huve bee n spending n few week s at B. W Sutherland's have returned home. Mrs. M E. Cook is spending a fe w days In Syracuse. Messrs. William and Walter Gardne r of Tully spent Sunda y with H. R. Northrup. Mrs. Charlotte an d Cornelia Nearin g of Syra- cus c are nt the Wallac e farm for n fe w days. Mr Stephen Butt s nnd Miss Carrie Butt s visited Mrs. Harriet Campbell a t Lyndo n on Friday. Mrs. Emma Smit h of Syracuse an d her niece, Miss Jessie Butts of Plib-nix, are visiting at B. F Wheeler's. Mr an d Mrs. Joh n VnnRankln nnd Mr nnd Mrs. .Tunics VnnRankl n of Jamesvill e spent Thursda y with Mrs. D. W House. Miss Dora Wheeloc k of Syracuse is visiting friends in town. Mr an d Mrs. Cheste r Butts ar e visiting friends in Home r Re v C C Wllbor, D . D „ of Cnzcnovia Semi nary preached here Sunda y nfternoun in th e absence of the pastor, Re v M. J Wells . our college boys is that they CUIII M cross the Atlantic and in a short turn expect to overcome tho climatic con.li tions in favor of native athletes in con tests at distances requiring both speed and endurance. The speed at both :i quarter and a half mile is so high that it inakes~n short call on tho heart and the greater distances prolong the call BO that only thoroughly acclimated organs can res-iond. The next interna tional meeting betweon college athlete* should be held in this conntry. when tho climatic conditions will favor the losers in tho last struggle. Turn alnmt is fair play Maple. A venue I North Manilas. I Collamer - Collanier, July, 81.—Mi's Thomas Wands'is visiting her brother in Michi gan. Rev. Mr. Bronson and fnniily are spending a few weeks at Silver Lake. Miss Margaret Binghnmrwho has been visiting Miss Mary Baker a few days has returned homo ThoW. C. T. U. met with' Mrs.J. Wilemnn last Tuesday Quite a number from this phice at tended tho Hop Growers picnic at Sylvan Beach last Saturday. Mr. Glen Herrininu is the recipient of a now piano. Miss Fannie Baker has returned home after spending several weeks at Bridge port. The Helping Hand society of the Presbyterian church met with Mrs. O. P. Spencer Inst Thursday. M r an d Mrs. O. D. Hollenbock entertained ' Mr an d Mrs. .Tumi 's Richie nnd son Sunda y nf- | ternoon. - '• * 1 Mr Alvord commence d *\vprk for Mr O. D, Hollenl»>ck, Monday, Mr. Chnrles Whitmore , who~lins bee n sick for three months , is n o bette r ! Mrs, Willmm.'ftclds is on the sick list Mrs. Dnvis, Mi's. Cnrpentcr and Miss Lottie I Brown , nil from Syracuse, visited Mrs. Hollen- ! beck last week ' Mr. Cheney from Manlius purchnsed n tine j Holstein cnlf of Mr Wes t this week. I Mrs. Ambrose B. Demi nnd dnughtcr, Daisy, 1 of Cincinnati. Onlo. are th e guests for several ! weeks of Mrs. Dean's mother, Mrs. H. K. Ed- : wards . I Mrs. Crouse nnd Miss Florence Crouse culled j on Mrs Dcnn nnd Mrs. Edwnrds Mondny lifter- noon, Mrs. Henr y Youell, of Syracuse, spent several day s lntely with her daughter, Mrs. E. C Ed wards , who also received calls from Miss Euge- ' ilia Hurs t and Mrs. Mark Potter of Syracuse . Nort h Manlius, July !)1 Mr. nnd Mrs\. H F Adam s spent n fe w days the past wee k with their daughter, Mrs. W. C Hutch, nt Skanenteles. Ther e will lie no services nt th e Baptist church until Augus t iT, the pastor havin g gone 1 an<J on his annual vncation. Th e hous e owne d by Casper Brook s and oc- cupiiHl by his son, George , wns burne d to the groun d Inst Thursda y with nearl y nil of its contents . A compnn y of young people from this plnce are enjoyin g a two week' s camp nt Shack- leton's Point — - J: Miss Luc y Mungerof Minon spen t Saturda y with Miss Susie Adams. Quite a numljer fro m this place attende d the Hop Grower' s picnic -«t .Sylvan Bench Snt- urdny Miss Marguerite Kendric k of Syracus e i s vis iting he r cousin, Miss Mildred Prosse r Th e Baptist Sunda y School will hol d a picnic at Shackleton's Point , Aug 10. Mr William Cownn nnd Mr. Wililam Enrmnc e hnve purchase d n ne w threshing ma chine nnd traction engine . The recent lease of the Boston ami Albuny railroad to the New York On tral and Hudson River Railroad com pany is for a term of a thousand year.-.. 1 or rather, to be explicit, 099 years When the term expires, there will he very few of us living, very few indeed but the road in some form or another will doubtless be operated, and there will no doubt bo alive lessees and le.-.-\r~ to pay nnd receive the rentals. Qmto~ • in line with this idea of keeping nn ac 1 count with the remote future is the suggestion of bonding municipalities for 100, 150 or 200 years at a small rate of interest for vast municipal improve ments—parks, water supply, pnMir buildings, boulevards and the like It I is argued that the present generation would bo privileged to enjoy theso im provoments, while the future genera ! tions, which would have them alren.lv provided for their enjoyment. conM well afford to pay for them, as tho tn ture will be richer than the present. a j the present is richer than the past Brick Yard Falls Mr an d Mrs.N.Hover hav e relumed to their home in this vicinity. [ M r nnd Mrs. Georgo Reeves nn d family 1 spen t Sundn y wit h her. parents, \Mr. an d Mrs. ! Pcrlrins at Manilas. Mr A Bennct hnd no t complete d drilling th e wel l for Mr W. Pettis , whe n h o lost th e drill. Ever)- effort fnilcd to get i t ou t Mrs. Egbert Aver y of Manlius visited he r daughter , Mrs. H. D . Nottinghoi n one da y las t week . Mr. nnd Mrs. DcLon g of Manlius visited he r brother,Mr W . Petti on Saturday. Mr. nn d Mrs. Wn>. Stewar t nnd famil y spent Sunday wit h Kts parents, Mr. an d Mrs. Henry Stewart nt Manlius. Mr. Georgo Gates has returned fro m a two week' s visit at Pheonix . Pompey Centre August 3, ISiiO.—Mrs. Donald Dey nnd dnugh tcr Hnrriet of Syracus e have been recent guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ammermnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. D. Barne s spent th e Subbnth wit h their friends, Mr nnd Mrs. Moore. Sir nn d Mrs. Fran k Kershn w nnd so n Dwight , who hav e been spendin g several day sat Clydef hav e returned. Prof T G. Burt nn d wife have returned-an d report n very pleasant trip. Th o nnnnnl school meetin g wns hel d Tuesdny evenin g nnd Mr. Frnn k Kershnw wns elected trustee. Mr. Fre d Sullivan of Medina ha s bee n spend- ng a fe w days with his parents. In view of tho rapid growth of YiV-t Indian and South American commerce tho considerable emigration 1. Cuba nnd neighboring islands whit !i our present relations with Them ws'l bring about, the important questions t< be considered are those of afcclimnti.'J and immunity from tro^i«il_disehfo -i t- which peoplo of cooler climes are «•.-!>• dally subjected. The \white man t burden\ is not so much one of arms a.\ of sanitation. Joseph Chamberlain w.s.- right when he said the other day that \the man who shall successfully gri • pie with this foe to humanity ond uia;> the tropics livable for the white tua\ will do more for the whito man nt more for the British empire than tl- man who adds a new empire to t wide domain of the queen. \ What M. Chamberlain says of Great Britain true of our present and prospective re lotions with the tropica An educational statistician, who hn? received figures from 178 universitie- and colleges, finds, out of a total of ftbout 62,000 students in attendance, that nearly 21,000 are from the agri cultural classes, or a percentage of 42.03, trom the farm. This is a fine tribute to the general intelligence of the famiUe.-\ of the American fanners and indicate* the high hopes and deep aspirations of their sons and daughters.