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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - April 1, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaState urary. Vol. 55�?no 13danville pa., thursday. April 1,1909 established in 185c do. Irving h. Jennings of juice hour a. M. To 12 m 10 Mill ht., 1 p. M. To a p. M. Danville a. Iii it m. 425 Mili. St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestine .1 special to hems condensed. T j. The state Normal school at blooms Burg Awill open for the Spring term on monday. March 29th, 1909. The laboratories Library and gymnasium the new Halls of the literary societies and the Model school Are pleasing to All Earnest students. For farther information address. D. J. Waller or. Principal. Joseph Banks a stationary Engimar has been arrested at York charged with throwing vitriol on his wife for the purpose of revenge. After buffering a lung time with what she thought was indigestion mrs William a. Wingart of Norristown vomited a Small Frog. The principals of the various Public schools of Chester have been instructed to allow no child to leave school in charge of aug person whose credentials Are at All suspicions. Lebanon City councils have suffered sessions of april 1st w. J. Armes Western Union Telegraph operator in this City will retire after forty two years faithful service. His place will be filled by William Dyer of the South Side. Or. Armes record is remarkable not ouly because of Long of service but also by reason of the Fidelity with which lie adhered to his Post. This will become Plain when it is stated that during his Long service or. Armes never Hud a vacation in the usual souse of that term. As a matter of fact with the sex ept of of a few weeks illness he was absent from his Post Only one Day. Or. Armes was one of the pioneers in telegraphy. He Learned operating under b. K. Gearhart at the old Philadelphia and heading station the first position he held was under the Susquehanna Telegraph company we. Use Lii. Extended from Harrisburg to Daub like. To entered the employment of this company june 12, 1808, ant Iii charge of the of i in Danville until he was drafted on november 1, 1864. Of december 14, 1864, lie entered Tho army As a member of the United states Telegraph corp. He remained in the army until october 19, 1865. One of or. Armes most valued pos hands rely engraved a ilk a veto in their Effort to effect a re i document issued by the government peal of the old Borough ordinance prohibiting the setting off of fireworks on july 4. Elias sumac a Farmer of minor township Lancaster county is in a serious condition As the result of luxuries he received by the bursting of a circular saw. Despondent Beranse lie was out of work and having no prospects of getting any Addison Gehris of Allentown took a dose of arsenic with suicidal intent and will probably die. 2 Charles near Coatesville was attacked by a boar As he went into a pea to drive the porkers out and severely gored in the leg before he could be rescued. Peter Nelson of Oil City found a human Skull in a garbage can and the matter caused some excitement until an investigation showed that the Skull had been stolen from the office of a physician. Playing around a Brush fire with several companions at South Bethlehem Little Mary Sabina clothing caught fire Quot and she was so frightfully burned that death resulted in a Short t Ime the longest and shortest men in Washington county arc inmates of the county Home. They Are Earl Mcconnell Wlio-wai4? less than fifty pounds and is under two and one half feet in height and Baue who is seven feet two inches tall. Luzerne county a $2,000,000 court House �9 being destroyed More rapidly in proportion than it took to construct it. A breaker owned by the Lehigh Valley Coal company is causing the destruction by sending Down Coal dirt by the ton this �9 blackening the exterior and settling on the Beautiful Marble pillars and Fine furnishings. The City of Reading bus two juvenile organizations the members of we Iii devote every moment of their spa time to the Industry of the Needle and thimble their work being sold and the proceeds Given to clarity. Contracting Membranous roup from nursing her three children who Art Down with the disease mrs. Harold d. Hitler of Pottsville 35 years old. Olio bed to death saturday within twelve hours from the time sue was seized with the malady. For stealing a two Cut newspaper Tnomas coloured Man of North Wilkes Barre was fined $3.50. The same dose administered to some of the newspaper steamers in Danville might Pur a Stop to the habit which some people Hen 1 ave acquired. Schuylkill county s streams owing to the former presence of Sulphur in them from mining operations Are devoid of Trout. Sportsmen Are now engaged in stocking them on an extensive scale and several Hundred thousand Fry will to distributed the a season. Showing his honorable discharge. Or. Armes is a member of the society of the United states military Telegraph corps of which Andrew Carnegie and other prominent Ines of our count y Aro honorary members. The certificate of membership relating to this organization w hich is very handsome is another Possession which or. Armes values highly. After the War or. Armes came Home Aud obtained a position at the p. Amp k. Depot. He remained there six Mouths working at rights. He was next called to Williamsport where he remained Pii a month. On february 12, 1897, lie returned to Danville entering the office of the Western Union Telegraph company which was then a new concern. The office was in the Conkling building which occupied the present site of the Danville National Bank. In 1872 the Western Union office was moved Over to the Eastern Side of Mil. Street in the building now occupied by a. H. Grone. In 1874 it was moved to Alle Baches jewelry store now the Baldy Honse. In 1s80 the office was established at the present quarters no 209 Mill Street. During ail this time a ver forty two years or armes was continuously in charge he received no vacation neither did in ask for one. As a matter of fact he was absent Only one Day of pleasure a fourth of july which some years ago he spent in Williamsport As a guest of the Telephone company that had its Exchange in the Western Aulon office Here. Of december 4,1908. Or armes was taken ill. He resumed his Post february 1, 1904. Tibia period of less than two Mouths together with the Day spent in Williamsport represents tie cd tire time lie was off duty while in Trio Western Union s employ. Dating the year or More that or. Armes was employed in Danville before entering the army to was absent from his Post Only two Days occupied by a business trip to Philadelphia or. Arbios was a Ery expert operator i his Timo but Long service has begun to Tell upon him. Ilis Genera health is Good however and to no i quit Hub Many years before him and a ill Nti Joy life in his retirement. William Dyer who will succeed or. J amines in tie Western Union officer it at pre amp ent in the employ of the company and has charge of the Telegraph office at Wolverton. Gold medal May us seen the Gold medal offered the graduating class of the High school As a prize for the Best essay on tuberculosis May be seen in the window of j w. Lore a jewelry store. It is of 10-Karat Gold in tic form of a double Cross the Symbol employed l. Firing of Mou Mcacy. The mail j the Worl 1 Over by the societies engage Carrier Between the Railroad station and the Borough pos Toff ice liar during de in the crusade against tuberculosis the design was executed by jeweler the past thirteen years travelled 42,255 by. Lore. Above the double Cross Miles making eight trips of one mile each Way and one trip of two Miles every Day. He has in All that time never missed a Day. According to a opinion of judge Garaban Tho Allegheny county work House being a county institution and receiving no Aid from the state has the right to hire out prisoners. The decision was Given in tiie Case of a number of labor organizations who sought to restrain superintendent Leslie from letting out prisoners on contract. And to which the Chain is attached is a curved bar of Gold which is la the exact form of tiie Bacillus of consumption enlarged sixty thousand times. It Bearb the inscription a prize essays the Gold medal a a offered the graduates of the High school by or. G. A Stook who has charge of the tuberculosis dispensary at Danville. April 15th is the Date fixed for hand lug in the essays. Got to u spinning was performed by hand wheels until 1758 the Borough Council held a special meet aug monday eve for the purpose of awarding the contract for painting City Hall. At the last Uio Cut however it was decided not to go on wit ii the work owing to tiie fact that the specifications according to which bide were invited did not include the paint aug of lie rear of the building. There were two proposals. These were opened and a discussion followed when it was the sense of some of the members that it would be very ill advised to Iuit the eur part of the building. Of motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that All hide he rejected a 1 new Plutis Aud specifications including the painting of the rear be drawn up Aud of these bids be invited. The a Proiti cations Aro to provide that the front and Southern sides of the building be painted first completing them if possible by april 27th, the Odd Fellows anniversary. Tho meeting was called to order at 8 o clock with the following members present a Clitz i Ubigau Pursel ller Everhart. Deutsch Marshall Gurity Jones you Holley Aud you Lohu. Of motion of or. Everhart it was ordered that a White rubber coat be purchased for the chief of tiie tire de parting it and a Black one for each of the four assistant engineers. Or. Dixon heard from. Secretary Patton read a Rattler pointed communication from health commissioner Samuel g. Dixon in reply to a communication from the Borough Council dated March 20tli dwelling of the subject. Municipal sewage disposal problem in Danville �?� or. Dixon Asserto that the governor attorney general Aud commissioner of health have never agreed that a requisition should be made upon Dan Villa Borough for the construction maintenance Aud opera Tom of Mauni Opal sewage disposal Plaut. In Justice to i i is colleague. A governor of the state auit the attorney general. Or. Dixon asks for the Borough s authority in the following statement contained in the communication of March 20th. A a in the matter of Tho requisition made of the Borough of Danville by the state department of health for the preparation of plans for and the construction. Maintenance Aud operation of a disposal Plant. Quot what the permit implies. The. Health commissioner says a there was issued Over my signature pm the sixth Day of july 1908, a permit to the Borough of Danville to make sewer extensions under certain conditions and stipulations similar to the Oudi Ioas Aud stipulations accompanying All permits for sewerage. That permit Call for the prepare iou of a Complete plan for severing tiie we Csc Borough and conveying the sewage to one outlet and for the purification of the sew ago before it was discharged into the River. It was the plan that was railed far to he submitted of or before july 1, 1909, and not the of anything. The Cost of the preparation of such a plan is Small and the Benefit of tin Paine arc self evident hut nowhere in the permit was it Fri plated or the idea cob Eye l. That the sewers should tie built All Over the Borough or that the sewage treatment Plant must be Hilr. A however wit Uever Tho Borough elects to Lay a sewer Down in any Street it conform with this Genera plan Aud when the time comics when it is accessory to take the sewage out of the River the town will to in the Best condition to meet the problem. All of this is Folly set Feitli in the argument. Even the borrowing capacity of tiie town is set Forth in the said permit the Cason is Given Why the Boroug ii is but circumstanced so that it can assume Tho Cost of erection of sewage disposal works now the penalty incurred or. Dixon states that provided Danville Boroug ii complies with the terms of the permit there is no reason to apprehend that an Extension of the time in which sewage Mav be discharged in the River will not he granted. Continuing or. Dixon says a local authorities should realize that the discharge of sewage is a temporary privilege Aud that ultimately the sewage must be discontinued from going into state Waters. How Long that time shall be we cannot say today but if the Borough should re ase or neglect to comply with tiie conditions of the permit and went of to build sewers and did build them in Defiance of the conditions of the permit then on the first Day of july 1910, when the permit expires there would be a penalty for every Day beyond that Lime in which the town continued to put sewage into the River. A the Law makers have vested the discretionary Power in such matters in the hands of its highest executive the governor with two colleagues the at Danville Lodge no. 754, b. P. O. , paid a fraternal visit to Milton Lodge no. 943, tuesday eve the Milton Lodge Euverta Ihirg the Dauville Brethren As a return for the pleasant visit paid to Liis City some weeks ago z tiie Danville contingent about 75 Strong and a it co Jinni. To it i c f Atawi amp a band left for Milton of a Reading special at 7 80 and arriving at their destination at 8 of clock they were met by almost the entire membership of the Milt in Lidge accompanied by a baud. An Impromptu Parade was formed and Tho combined delegations marched to the social rooms of the Milton Lodge at Broad was and hound Avenal where a most pleasant evening was it Jent Secretary Vincent of the committee of arrangements is beginning to receive letters from the lodges in the District in reply to the invitations sent out. The first communications received Are encouraging in the extreme revealing a degree of enthusiasm that augurs Well for the soccer of the Ond Fellows anniversary. A letter received from Berwick Lodge no. 246, i. O. O. F., tuesday stated that that Lodge would be represented in Danville on the anniversary by several Hundred members. It will be by the Berwick cernet band of forty one pieces. The latest information relative to the anniversary from Williamsport a to the effect that at least one thousand Rural school the Milton elks outdid ther Seive Odd Fellows of that City will be in in the Way of hospitality a i see Danville on april 27. They will come needed in showing the visitors an of in a special train accompanied by Olasion so pleasurable that it will live Repasa hand Long in the memories of those present the following were among those of Danville Lodge who in ado the trip Ralph Eisner Harry Philo. Thomas Murray Joseph Patton Charles p if or Samuel Johnson tames m. It Laud. The Odd Fellows of Montgomery have notified the committee that u Good sized delegation will be present from that place accompanied by a band. Northumberland will scud a contingent of several Hundred Odd Fel John f. Tooley James Martin Clar lows Coom Panid by the North umber Enoe Haupt Harry m. Sober. Frank land baud. Sunbury will also be Well o. Angle t j. ii. Sny represented Aud will probably be a Der. Edward Purpur w. W. Welliver Oom pained with a Sunbury baud. George m. West. A. C Amesbury. That the towns up the River will Samuel Marks. W. Ease each Send in a Large contingent of Odd g. Vincent w. J. Rogers a. J. Fellows seems to he a foregone Cou Clu Ledger Paul a draws f. M. Owen goo. In order to facilitate the journey Simon Ellenbogen Edward Ellen bog to and from Danville a Effort has been in. Fred w. Howe m. H. Sot ram .1 pet of foot to secure the running of a 11 Oole John k. Jacobs John c. Peifer Harry Cromwell. George w. Eggert. A. M. Dietrich s. K. Hoff Niau William Ellenbogen Harry Al Len Bugeau Thomas Delaney Edward Fallon Eli Millard Theodore Hoffman Joseph lecher. Clarence e. T it if a James Ryan f. G. Peters. Samuel Bloch George r. Sechler Charles g. Cloud. John p. Peckworth Emil Gaertner c. W. Hackle will g. Brown. John w to a a i of re it i Heriger Thomas Welsh Larvey Dietrich Elias Maier. Special train Over the d. L. Amp w. Railroad on the Date of the Annivera vary. Liberty twp. Woman dead county superintendent o. W. Derr was in this City on business connected with the Rural schools of the county yesterday. Tho seven months term has now expired and All the schools except a few where time was unavoidably lost Are now closed. Including the High school in Derry township there Aro now forty eight Rural schools in Montour county. Duly about one third of the instructors touch on provisional certificates mid the number each year is expected to grow less. As a Rule superintendent Derr Rural teachers Are conscientiously striving to attain to a higher Standard of qualification. Under Sash conditions the Quality of to work done in the schools must be sat Isar tory. I thirty four in eighth Grade the usual eighth Grade Examina 1 Titus were held last saturday at the following places Mechanicsville a Lio Piug township child a school Honse Valley township Oak Grove Liberty township California Limestone township Cross roads Anthony town strip Strawberry Ridge Derry township sheep s school House weit Hemlock township. Cooper Aud Mayberry townships had no eighth Grade pupils to take the examination. The number of eighth Grade pupils examined were 84,distributed through out the county As follows Anthony township 5 Limestone township 4 Liberty township 5, West Hemlock township 5 Mahoning township 3 Derry township and Washingtonville 12 the county superintendent selected tiie questions and will also examine the papers. Between land 12 of Clook tuesday night our town was aroused by the alarm of fire. There w As a general ringing of the Bells Aud scores of people arose from their hods Aud started out in search of the tire. Tim Blaze was located in tie Eastern end of town. It made a Bright Light Aud the lire companies followed by nearly a Hundred people made a dash for the fire. Upon arriving at Wall Street they found that nothing More important had fallen a prey to the Llames than the shanty built by the be drove Charley Battaglia to be used As a Home for his italic a workmen while employed on the sewage disposal pm ant at the Tio Spital for the insane. The frail wooden Structure went up in a Quick Blaze and when the fire department arrived the building was p Etty Well consumed. The washing ton Hose Compau got a Stream of water cd Tho building hut the destruction wu9 Complete. It appears that none of the italians were about. That the building contained anything of any value is doubtful. It is believed however that it was practically empty. How the Firo originated is a mystery the building although a temporary one it is said was constructed of Good lumber. It was about 12 feet by 14 feet Aud was a Story and a half High. Entertainments at Hospital the employ yes dance tonight will close the entertainments at the Hoe pit us for the Susan it for the season. The entertainments especially those of the orpheus glee club have been new Soi and helmets mrs. Sirah Anu Starner widow of b. C. Starner died at her Home in Liberty township monday night cd heart disease. The dec based hag been ill some weeks. Or. Starner was aged 76 years and is survived by one son and three daughters William mrs. William Patterson mrs. William Cornelison and mrs. of Liberty township. Mrs. Starner was a widely known and Lov a the eighth Grade pupils that at very successful and have been a source lain k qty five per cent in every of great enjoyment to the patients Branch will receive a diploma issued the most enjoyable entertainment of by Tho county superintendent an probably was that Given in amuse successful Experiment Mest Hall tuesday night by a number of Young ladies of the in Nikita. It a at t the Clis of the term completes the a a a Moroa. Proi Lurtice Eurit first year s sex ariment of Manutai Piug eds a i Randy s no better a township High school. County Soldo at a oat Talent was Ever seen erint sudent Derr says the results Are to in wj8 sl0wn by tin performers All the Borough Council has decided to Purchase now suits including helmets for tin two Borough policemen. The outfit in both cases will be of Tho Reg Illarion sort suited to summer Wear. Council appreciates the attitude maintained by the Ofie ers during the outbreak of rabies in this City last year when both without the least question or quibbling entered on the crusade Aud rendered efficient service in speedily stamping out the disease several very complimentary addresses relating to tiie policemen Wen made during the session of Council monday night. It a m Odd Fellows coming. At a meeting of y in Catnap Lodge. No. 140, i. A a o. Of. Of blood Isburg held monday evening it was decided that the Lodge would attend tha meeting of the Odd Fellows Autive Isavi v sedation in this i \ in a body a i we paused by the citizen s baud of blooms Borg. The Lodge Lias a membership of 299, having remarkable strides in mentberh4� sinc e four years ago when the Roll in Usu used be thirty Bie names. Miss id by n Titie was a Oak Grove Able woman who will he wide Circle of friends. Staunch member of the lutheran Church the funeral will take place thursday morning or i the Home at 10 o clock. Interment will be mad in the Oak Grov Cebu Tery. Business menus association most Gratifying. As the High school has a three year course Tipiere Are to graduates this year. Three students passed from the second to the third year Aud will constitute the Giad Aat ing class next season. The examination at the township of whom were nurses. All the essentials of a first class minstrel show were found in the entertainment. Tiie singing was of a High order and revealed careful training. Tiie lady work resplendent in their costumes received Hearty Aud Well Merli High school was conducted by county gtd up i use from the Large audience. The appear first d in new a 652. Torney tul and in get of health and tiie of health is the executive officer of this determining Hoard. Without Power to compel a municipality to live up to the tern.-, it would be useless to Issue a permit. A a joint Plant not feasible. After touching outline boroughs borrow aug capacity which is $36,707, or. Dixon asks a therefore what is the meaning of All the argument in this communication which you have addressed to me has Council read the permit and does it know what is contained therein Plain language was used Aud much space was take to explain everything in in alluding to the sewage disposal Plaut being built at the Hospital for the inline the communication states a it would have been useless for the state to have joined with Danville in the building of a sewer system because the state could not build a treat meet Plaut big enough to Laudle its sewage and that of the town and because Danville cannot in the near future afford to build with its own Money sewage disposal on motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that or. Dixon s communication be accepted and referred to the Borough solicitor for reply. On motion of or. Pursel the Bond of $5000 furnished by the Danville Aud Sunbury transit company was approved by of until repeated inquiry is made concerning Tho new Hoard of Trade the organization of which was agitated some weeks ago. During the last few weeks nothing has been heard of the proposition. All agree that there is a used of snob an organization in Danville. President of Council Andrew Tichatz tuesday stated that it is his intention to take the matter up in tiie very near future Aud urge the organization of a body to look after the ba6iuess interests of the town he was not sure whether this Board would take the form of previous or would be composed of Mero hauts Aud b known a a business men s association. Personally he is rather inclined toward the latter a Chang in div Sion manager j Logia a w. G. Miller who for Home Mouths has been in charge of the Iona division of the american Tele Phoi company with Headquarters in Danville. Will leave for Pottsville flier a lie will take up the duties of Mana t of the Pottsville District. Or. Mill has made a wide Circle of friends in this City. By his Courtesy and ener v a the Danville Exchange of the Luiei i a can Union which was in a disorganized state when to Cairn has been arc t la improved John Powell at present manager of the Shamokin District to the local division. Lie will a k ins head quarters at Bloomsburg a Crint Eldont Dorr of tuesday. The following subjects were embraced in the examination latin i rat years work Caesar first 8 looks. Good year general i torn honk g agriculture roman i torn liter our rhetoric English Gru Umer a a i communication from or Dixon the jokes which spared neither tie medical staff nor quite a hit. Being spicy Aud Origina. The entertain meet closets will a eur title a a a Pink a cake walk woe 1 up tin evening. Would abolish All fools Day county medical inspector or g Stock yesterday received a common Tion from state commissioner health or. Dixon notifying him t it of the Lookout for Small pox. A. Today april 1st. Known through it out Rohrl Teedom As All fools Day. Of an Effort is being made by the of Tiki Baist club of America to observe this Date As Optimist Day. The steamship Merion which arrived at Philadelphia a few Days of Board a Case of Small pox. Before they could be restrained five Hundred Steerage passengers escaped and Are now scattered Over twin state. I r. Dixon forwarded to our county medical inspector a la t of the pass Eug ers who Are at Largo together with their destinations. It transpires for Tuu Italy that noun came t i Danville although Williamsport Wilkes Barre Plymouth au1 a number of other places the plans of the Optimist club to do away with All fools Day Aud observe april i As Optimist Day. Instead Lias incurred the displeasure of the league of peace the president of which William. Mcdowell Lias written to Andrew Carnegie president of the Optimist club suggesting april 89 As a better Date. A the league of peace the letter states a has a better suggestion than All fools Day for optimists Day and that is april 80, the anniversary of in t is Section of the state ate on the lie birth of this great Republic the it of towns marked As destination of a in j rib ably infected passengers or. Titock is requested Toke up a close Lookout to the end that Noue of them non s passengers circulate Atn Oug the people of Danville lie is to thoroughly investigate every Rase of Illus the symptoms c.1 which appear in the least suspicion. Hope of the world a in its completed form under a duly adopted written Constitution by the inauguration of that Date 120 years ago of George Washington As on first president. Tiie Optimist club however will adhere to its original plan and observe april 1 As a Day a upon which every one should do seme kind act and Tay some kind thing. Tube works a feats company f. Miners continue present agreement Rev. Dunville out of Church the coun Fotiou of Rev. W. J. P. Danville who has Beon the efficient pastor of Jamison City charge of tiie m. E. Church with the ministry cd tiie methodist episcopal Church was severed by the conference monday. This action came about As the result of or. Do Uviller a declining to observe the Rule of the Church which is that its ministers refrain wholly from the use of tobacco. When the matter was brought up there was a heated discussion ending in the request As stated. The action has created considerable comment both in and out of the Church. I a fast game it the armory tuck Day night the tube works Hasker Hall team Defeated company f by the score of 87-22. The teams we re evenly matched Aud Lor n time kept the scoring together. In the latter part of the first half 1 however the Tulin works five secured \ Lead which they kept the remainder of the game Winner did the tossing for tube works Rudy and Mcvey divided honors for company f. The formation of the teams and goals arc As follows a tube works Snyder Forward 1 Weaver Forward 1 . 4 Winner guard 8 and 2 fouls Mowrey guard 8 and 1 foul. Compau Frudy Forward 4 Aud 3 fouls Nevius. Forward 0 Demott Cut Uter. I Landau guard 0 Mcvey guard 5. Referee Dailey. Oar first steam engine was brought from England in 1753. New York. March 31. The following statement was Given out today in behalf of the Anthracite Coal operators at the request of or i Huma l. Lewis who i headed the committee of Anth Acito mine workers at the recent conference Witti the operators in Phil Dep shia the operators have agreed to continue the present agreement in Foice on Aud after april 1 pending further conferences a the communication from or. Lewis came in the form of a letter to each member of the operators committee of seven. Tiie members of tie commit tee ail replied that the proposed arrangement was acceptable to them a Farewell March. To the Windy Mouth of april 1st

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