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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - February 25, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaJeo tour cd Ltd Ltd vol. 55�?no 8danville pa., thursday. February 25, 1909 established in 1855 do. Irving h. Jennings dam 1st. Office hour a. M. To 12 m. 104 my St., 1 p. To 4 p. M. Danville a. "1 so i i in. U 425 Mill St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a special items condensed. The school Board of Tamaqua has decided to erect a seven Root Annex to the High school at a Cost of 30,000. Kastmer a suburb of Harrisburg has been annexed to the state capital and the result of the election was a big Street Parade and later a banquet the Outlook in the Coke regions is said to be better. Within the past ten Days engagements aggregating 165,000 tons have been made. M. Huthmaker of Ransom Luzerne county claims to be the oldest office Holder in the state. For forty eight years he Lias been a Justice of tiie peace. Liev. Cit Arles Schall pastor of the first presbyterian Church of Easton has resigned to accept the pastorate of the presbyterian Church As greens Burg. When Titomas Mangan of Pittston a Driver boy. Attempted to throw a Stretcher on a mule s Back the animal kicked him above the left ear and lie was fatally injured. While mrs. Mary Burns of Sii Enan Doali was answering a ring at the door Bell at her Home her Little two year old daughter Roll into a tub ailed with hot water and was fatally scalded. When mrs. Edward Dougherty of Harrisburg arose Wenc Day morning she found her husband dead at the Bot Tom of a might of stairs Down which he had fallen lie was 70 years old. The Rev. John i. Yotter pastor of the Ebenezer evangelical of Huron at Reading on thursday at the risk of his life stopped the Progress of a runaway team and saved Throe children from almost certain injury. By reason of an overheated stove the residence of Joseph Herzog at Lakeville Wayne county was destroyed by Are. Two children one aged 15 and tiie other 13,perished in the Mames Aud the Mother was badly burned before she escaped with her babe. The official count of the contest in Rochester for the office of Justice of the peace has resulted in the discovery that Eracli of the two candidates Bias received 444 votes. Governor Stuart will be asked to solve the problem by making an appointment for one year. Mrs. John t. Mcgee of Columbia was attacked by a highwayman on wednesday night while on her Way Homo and he grabbed her hand bag. She did t faint but instead As he grabbed the bag she struck him Over the head Wlsh her umbrella. The blow staggered him Aud he ran away the body of Walter Sholl. A Cigar maker of Allentown missing for two months was found on saturday in the Lehigh canal near Bittersville. The number of deaths in Philadelphia during last week was 54of which Lifty live were from Brights disease fifty three from tuberculosis and forty two from heart disease. Peter Gross a Lehigh who has become one of artists of Paris has just the pity of Allentown at Christ Church Newton Smith was re elected suit or intendant of the Light Plant at a regular meeting of Council Friday eve for the ensuing year at a salary of $75 per month. When the subject of Light was brought up or. Moyer moved that or. Smith who has been in charge for a couple of years past be re elected at the instance of president Schatz or Smith was called upon to make certain explanations relative to the pm ploy sent of extra help for a Carbon Inge the lights. Or. Smith explained that he is living up to his contract which places the operation and management of the Light Plant in his hands and does not oblige him to Carbon the lamps As he has quite enough to do without it. The explanation seemed satisfactory Aud the motion being seconded was carried or. Smith being elected unanimously at the former salary. On motion of or. Porsel it was ordered that the sweepings on Mill Street be sold to or. Leduc at 75 cents per Load during the coming year on motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that g. Fred Smith he granted permission to install a fish Box in front of his Oyster House on Mill Street. On motion of or. Russell it was ordered that the Danville and Sunbury transit company to notified to replace the rail a cd on East Market Street with a six Inch rail As provided in the ordinance within e period of sixty Days. On motion of or. Russoll it was Ord ered that the Danville and san Bury transit company be requested to discontinue leaving its car standing on Mill Street in front of the opera House during nights. A petition was received from the Peoples Ideal Telephone company of Montour county asking on behalf of the members and patrons that an ordinance be adopted granting the above company the privilege of establishing in Danville a Telephone Exchange Aud such poles wires cables and other fixtures and apparatus As May be necessary to successfully carry on Telephone communication Between the subscribers of said company and the residents and business houses of Danville. The petition was signed by Lloyd Bomboy president and d a. Fox Secretary. On motion of or. Angle it was ordered that the petition be Laid on the table. The following Bills were approved for payment Borough depot regular employees. To. H. Cole. L. Guest. A. O. Amesbury. Peoples Coal Yard. Ames Gibson Dean Bros. U. S. Sex. Co. Labor and hauling Foster Bros. Water depot regular employees Friendship fire co. Danville Fly. Amp mob. Co p. H. Foust. The following members were present Schatz Cleaver. Pursel Fin Olgan Jones Everhart. Moyer Russell Dentsch Marshall Aud Augle. 1127.50 is. 25 .50 48.1� 18 40 11.86 10.80 .40. L�?~j.63 $166.00. 33.73. 15.00 74.85 county boy. The greatest presented to a handsome monthly meeting of minister rim Rev. L. Dow Ott. Pastor of Trinity m. E. Church read a very interesting paper before the Danville minister rim monday morning entitled a the making and the destroying of the paper Washilo Sophio in True Aud landscape painting valued at Over reflected a great Deal of profound $5,000. Thought on the part of the author. The on account of an epidemic of Mea theme was a suggestive one and the Sles in Ridley Park near Philadel paper opened up a wide Field for Dis phia All of the schools Ato closed and Cussion rather More than the usual no sunday school Sessous were held time was devoted to the interchange in and of the churches. 1 of opinion of the subject presented. Fifty one ministers have math up the Danville minister rim. Of which plication for the pastorate of the Oak the Rev. Or. Moor Tao is president. Lai presbyterian of Huron Philadel and the Rev. L. W. Walter Secretary Pula made a ant by the recent re meets the third monday of each month situation of Rev. Robert Hugh mor i the y. M. O. A. Rooms. Present Ris who accepted a fall to Chicago. M n a a were revs. Mccormack Moyer Kern Rock near pr"8i<lfint and Secretary Philadelphia who i. It veer old. Re. H Dove a a a in los we ii a Yeull walked from i. Home to the in Kirk. He. Brill Rev. New Walnut Lane Bridge aero., the John Cooley and Rev. W n. Whasal Ciokon Aud Back a distance of _ eleven Miles within five hours and says lie Wasny to tired. Harry k. Schott John Pollock a Miner of Clear takes a prize Spring mine near Wilkes Barre kept himself hid in a mine for live Day fearing arrest for a simple charge of assault and Battery. On saturday troopers of the state constabulary saw friends carrying two dinner buckets into the mine and following found Tho refugee. Two Little polish girls Elizabeth Hutch aged 13, Aud Annie Kuca aged 14 of Homestead were arrested on saturday on charges of larceny made against them by four Homestead jew Elpers. Many valuable articles have been stolen and the girls have become very expert thieves. One it is stated has confessed that they have been stealing for two years. Before a Large audience at. Sui no Hausa University Selinsgrove miss Grace a. Hanover. Pa., monday night contested in Seibert Hall for the annual prize offered by the local Conrad Wieser chapter. Daughters of the american revolution for the Best essay written by a member of the senior class of Susquehanna University. The essayists were privileged to choose for their subject any phase of the revolutionary War. Harry k. Rohoch of Danville also won the preliminary Competition. In another week Washington will be the Center of attraction. The it. Rev. James Henry Darling ton d. D., la. D.,Bishop of the diocese of Harrisburg was present at Christ episcopal Church sunday morning. He preached a Sermon in addition to which the sacraments of Tho holy eucharist and confirmation were administered six persons being admitted to the full privileges of the Church and strengthened for the Ful Al lament of Chris than duties. Bishop Darlington a Sermon of the occasion was an Able and characteristic Effort. Founded on the last Vise of the eighteenth chapter of St. Luke a and Timme lately he received his sight and followed him glorifying god and All the people when Thev saw it gave Praise into the theme of the discourse was a the need of god in on lives a the Sermon in argument was most convincing and abounded in Beautiful conceptions. Tho speaker alluded to the beginning of a rut of Ash wednesday of the pies ont week. He expressed a Hope that it would to devoutly kept More so probably than in the past. In this connection he dwelt upon the numerous blessings that we have to be thankful for. It is a Good thing to think Over these to said. Persons troubled with insomnia have been advised to of out a Hundred or Moro with the Hope of inducing sleep. To sleepless persons to would give the advice that they count their friends Aud this will Lead them at last to god the one real and True a Friend who surpasses All others he dwelt most interestingly upon the Pecoliar significance of the number a a seven not Only As revealed in the scripture hut also in the prayer Book of the Church. In the Bible the number seven recurs Nannea singly. There were seven Days during Crea Tiou the hebrews Laws were outlawed after seven years or seven times seven seven blasts of the rams Horn our lord stood in the midst of seven candlesticks Aud the command was to forgive not seven times but seventy times seven. In the prayer Book the predominance of a a seven a is not Al ways noticed but it is none the e6� significant. As an illustration he oiled Ash wednesday and the six sundays following. Epiphany was also significantly Woven into the Sermon and tiie visit of Tho Mari of the East to Bethlehem to see and worship the child Jesus was employed with effect. Great painters he said in conceiving of heaven always painted the faces of babes As the Best idea of life beyond. Vory beautifully he enlarged Nuder this head a explaining How Many a person is brought backs to the path of righteousness or held there by a baby hand a Star of life eternal. Marriage the speaker remarked is a sacrament hot he regretted that married life is too often a sacrilege rather than a sacrament. He alluded to the presence of Christ at the wedding feast and the fact of his Miracle the Savior made the speaker regretted that the fact is seized upon at the present Day As an excuse for indulging in Beer and whiskey. We hav none of Christ s wine made from water with us at the present Day. Lot Christ he invited to every wedding feast and there will be no question As to the kind of enjoyments that will he selected. Let wedded couples live near to Christ and life in the married state May be made divine. In succession the speaker took up each of the sundays following Epiphany. Drawing from it some lesson to Aid in living aright. Among those in the congregation he said were some who came because they desired to there were others who were there Bocane some one had prayed for them. Prayers offered up Long before which were unheeded then Aud which wore thought to be lost now in later years Are coming Back. The Wise Mon who came to the Cradle of Christ were Able to Seo the guiding Star Only in the night. I11 the same Way we May first see our Epiphany Star when most needed in times of trouble and sorrow. Many a person who has wandered far astray is brought Back to the paths of rectitude by the Epiphany Star which was first seen by them on bed of sickness. The speaker urged the exercise of Charity. When it is demonstrated that through methods other than those of on own Church a Man has found the Epiphany Star then lie is our duty to recognize it Aud say that god is with him. In conclusion he urged his congregation not to he led astray by false christs. Some men he said show new methods of Healing but we Are warned in the Bible he said against false Christ s who would show signs and wonders. To urged his congregation not to be misled by a shooting stars a the coming of Christ will not be to in percentage i the school Board held a regular meeting monday night. The following members were present. Pursel Orth Barber Swarts Burns Redding fish Fischer Lloyd Heiss Aud a Ole. Or. Fischer adverted to the Rumor on rent to the effect that under the new form of monthly review adopted there is a falling off in percentage attained by High school pupils the result being that probably one half of them will not pass the final test. Borough superintendent die Fen Hacher being called non explained that Tho Rumor was wholly at variance with the facts As reported to him by High school principal o. E. Blockel which showed that there is no falling off in percentages but that of the contrary Onder the new order of things there is a decided improvement along All lines or. Deffen bather explained that the same favourable report came from the teachers in the grades. On motion of or. Burns rubber tubing Aud chemicals were ordered purchased for the Laboratory. Or. Burns called attention to the fact that there is a deficiency of chairs in the schools of the Borough so that visitors find very poor accommodation. He said that each room ought to be furnished with additional chairs. On motion of or. Swarts it was ordered that two or More chairs he purchased for each room if needed. The Borough superintendent presented his report for the month ending february 8th. Daring the month 1167 pupils were registered. Tho average total attendance for the month was 1071k the percentage of attendance was 95. Number of pupils who have not attended 75 per cent of the time belonged was Given As 37. Of Rno Tiou of or. Fischer a vote of thanks was extended to Thomas .1. Price for chemicals and supplies presented to the Laboratory of the High school. A vote of thanks was also extended to j h. Cole who furnished horse and Wagon used in hauling the chemicals and supplies. The following Bills were approved tor a o. M. Len Ger. P. A. Winters. Ginn amp co. I f. 8. Webster go. J Danville Sto. Mfg. Co. Ezra . R. Edmondson. United Telegraph amp Tel. Co Joseph Lechner. O. B. Savirie. 8 3.05 .60 7.92 7 50 is. 43 1.50 15.00 .85 80.59 17.26trouble Lively for both sides it is just five weeks from the first of april Aud the situation is that the Coal operators Aud the mine workers Are no nearer together today than they were live Mouths ago in fact they appear to be More widely separated and the indications Are becoming More apparent of either a bitter straggle Between the contending forces or fur a most humiliating Back Down by one or the other of the contending sides. Many of those in close touch with the situation believe that the whole thing is a corporation Bluff Aud that the leading mine workers and the leading Coal magnates thoroughly understand their plans hut tie whole thing May get away from them and there May be a great clash in fact the greatest clash bet you capital and labor that this Region has Ever keeps physicians Busy there is a general prevalence of grip throughout the Community. Which is. Keeping the doctors More or less Busy. None of tie cases although they Hsiug much discomfort and Are Apt to Lay the patient up for a few Days prove very serious in tiie Meives. The trouble is that they May open the Way for other diseases notably pneumonia and thus result seriously. A with the exception of grip there seems to be comparatively Little sickness at present and the death rate is j abnormally Low considering the season i of Tho year. There Are More doctors per capita a in now York City than in Auy other part of the country. Cret. When he comes we will All Sec and know him. During the Sermon Bishop Darlington very happily adverted to the fact that yesterday was the fifth anniversary of the Rector ship of the Rev. Edward Haughton at Christ Church. He was pleased to say that the . Under the Rector s Lead had followed the Star of Epiphany Aud thus prosperous and in Harmony had been led to the fifth anniversary. There was a Large congregation present. Yesterday afternoon Bishop Darlington preached at Grace Church Kiv reside and confirmed a class there. The Borough you Oil for the year 1909-10 will be organized on next monday night. Tho present Eon Noil will go into session at 7 30 of clock transacting what business May be on hand after Wiloh it will adjourn sine die. The new Council will Convene at 8 o clock. The four members whose terms have expired Are As follows first Ward. John l. Russell second Ward William Moyer third Ward James Finnigan fourth Ward Abram Angle. A tames Finnigan in the third Ward was re elected. In the other wards the new members will be As follows first Ward John r. M. Curry second Ward William lies fourth Ward Jacob von b a member of Council tuesday stated that he did Nof think it Likely that there will be a change in the police Force or any other change of not it in the positions filled by Council. The new Council will find plenty of work ahead of it the coming year. Incidentally it will have a few perplexing problems to solve. Not the least among the latter is the paving of East Market matter was brought up in Council at the last meeting and it was the consensus of opinion that something will have to he done with tills Street the coming season As tiie Roadway has gone from bad to worse and the limit Lias now been reached. Nevertheless it was not explained what remedy should be applied. It was made quite Clear that practically the first Stop remains to be taken toward paving that there is not the least Assurance that the state will assist in the improvement of the Street also that All the obstacles that stood in the Way of paving during the last three years still remain. Borough solicitor e. S. Gearhart has not abandoned Hope that East Market Street May be paved under the act of May i 1905, which provides that where a portion of a important main Highway passes through one or More townships Foi the improvement of which application to the state Highway department l As bean made and where the failure it the Borough to improve said Highway would leave a break or unit apr to Section in the continuous improved Highway the state Highway depart ment May Bear a portion of the expense of improvement of such Highway. Within tin Borough limits Toan amount not exceeding three fourths of Tho total exp us. Or. Gearhart takes the View the act of May 1, 1905, applies to East Market Street As the state has already improved the Highway from Mausdale in Mahoning township to Centre Street in Tho Borough of Lias also improved the same Highway from the main Entrance to the Hospital grounds in the same township to a Point in said Borough 610 feet West of its Eastern Boundary. However although the matter was taken no nearly a year ago. The state has not As yet been heard from favourably. Some doubt is expressed among the councilman whether the presence of the Street railway on East Market Street May not cause complications fatal to the proposition of paving the thoroughfare with state Aid and whether if the Street is paved at All. It will not have to to done As Mill Street was paved jointly by the Bor Ong. The property owners and the Street railway company. In either event As above explained n l the work including preliminaries remains to be done. To improve the Street in some Way will to one of the very first tusks that the new com it in will i ave to Addris its if to East front Street especially to. Side walks is in very nearly As had a condition As East Market Street. The paving of this Street which me�t8 with Virv Little opposition from property owners was very seriously considered by Connel last summer. The improvement of the Street will no doubt come no again this season and will be one of the first problem that Council Wil have to wrestle with. The widening and other improve merits of West Mahoning Street in w High Council showed no disposition to temp Orize last year will probably to made the subject of Strong petition again next summer what View of lie Rie Mauds the new Council May take remains to i e seen last but not least we have the problem of providing for the disposal of the Borough has already re. Cei Ved Nutice from the state department of health to discontinue discharging its sewage into the River. In what manner the Bill pending which provides that the state one half of the Cost of sewage disposal if it becomes a Law. May assist in complying with the act remains to be seen. At Best under the Oiron matauoos it is feared that Council will have a weighty proposition of its hands. Chicken thieves a or. Dewitt on visiting his Park at Riverside made a discovery which throws additional Light on the stealing of chickens which no to a week past was carried on so extensively in this locality. On the night that Philip Pollock s chickens were stolen Oliver tin South Side had a valuable horse Blanket carried off. The theft was at once associated with the Chicken thieves a who. It was believed found or. Hoovers fowls to difficult to get at and who rather than go away empty handed stole Tho horse Blanket. Several places were searched for the Blanket As it was believed that it would prove a clue to the Chicken thieves. Or. Dewitt yesterday went to the Park to see whether any damage had been done by the heavy rain. At the Morry go round he found the rubber Blanket used to cover the Organ missing. On approaching the Kitchen at another part of the Park he found the door broken open. Inside lie beheld a curious sight. Spread of the floor was his rubber Blanket along with a horse Blanket while nearby was a pile of Chicken feathers and eight Chicken Heads. It did not take or. Dewitt Long to decide that the Park Kitchen had been used by Chicken thieves Aud Itiat the fowls killed were evidently those stolen from or. Pollock who lives near the Park As the number of Chicken Heads found eight corresponded with the number of chickens stolen at that i Dace. Or. Dewitt visited or. Pollock and told him of the discovery. Or. Pollock accompanied or. Dewitt Back to the Park Aud identified the Chicken Heads Ami the feathers As belonging to his chickens. Later or. Hoover identified the horse Blanket As the one stolen from his place in Tho Park Kitchen the thief had built a fire Aud heated water for the Parps be of scalding tax chickens so that they cooed be picked More easily. The blankets were used to lie upon after the work was finished while waiting for roads prevailing the nearly continuous Rains have produced mud by the wholesale not Only on the country but also in the Street of town. At such times the residents of tiie South site where the sidewalks Are unpaved have a hard Iuie of it there is 110 Opportunity to escape from the mud. All about the station Aud on the Street leading to the Bridge the Muir lit deep anti is a Sample of what May be seen nearly every where of the South Side. On the Bridge approach yesterday morning a Large portion of the sidewalk of the East Side gave was sliding own Over the site of the Steep embankment leaving a yawning chasm. 1 he place was filled up during the Day. The Only difference Between the present Aud other seasons is that the mud has made its appearance several weeks earlier than usual. The Frost being All out of the ground unless freezing follows it is not impossible that tiie roads May soon begin to dry off. It is to be feared however that Spring like conditions have arrived too Early to Continuo and that doring March the reads will be uniformly bad. Letters annoy poultry fancier one a old Friend Are the beet after All. Though new one Are not to be de a nixed. A liable m. Barnitz Tho South Side poultry fancier who has charge of the poultry department of the american press association is beginning to the penalty for being famous. Among his correspondence nearly every Day or so is a letter from some Distant Point inspired by something which a appeared in his poultry columns. The writers As a Rule Are quite Cranky and ask absurd questions concerning poultry Breeding. Some of the missives Are unsigned. The letters on tie whole might be very amusing if they were not so numerous among the letter Are several from the Pacific coast or Tho Middle West written by persons who knew or. Barnitz in Early life but who had lost All Trace of him until they saw i name a editor in the poultry columns of one or the other of the innumerable Phul cations of the United states Itiat patronize the american press association. There is a general sentiment prevailing that Danville should have a Board of Trade holding regular meetings. Sacii a organization existed in the past and accomplished much Good. Danville has had no Board of Trade or at least no meetings have been held by that holy for some five years past. There is always plenty for a Board of Trado to do in Tho Way of the Protection Aud advancement of a towns business interest. If the general conditions Are unfavourable for the building up of new industries As at present there Are always industries already in existence to be looked after and safeguarded. It might to Worth while to know How much can be done by a local Board of Trade to modify conditions in a town that prove Adverse to one or More of it industries thereby enabling the concerns to continue in operation and to Prosper whereas without such assistance the same industries might be obliged to close Down or to seek new locations. Or. J. H. Goeser formerly president of the Board of Trade yesterday expressed regret that nothing is done by the town to indicate its attitude concerning the proposition to Annex South Danville and Riverside so confidently advanced by leading residents on Tho South Side a couple of weeks ago. He adverted to the fact that the present tendency everywhere is toward consolidation and that As we Are situated a greater Danville above All things is desirable. Not a a moment should be lost he said in meeting the residents of the South Side half Way and agreeing upon All the preliminaries. Had we a Board of Trade such action As necessary in the premises would no doubt by taken without delay and under proper guidance annexation instead of being permitted to die in the Bud would become a reality. It is a Well known fact that an armory for the National proud Ira posing building erected by the state is within reach of the town if proper action be taken by its Ortiz end. Yet so far As known no decided action �?1 any at ally has been taken and an armory for Danville which was possible a couple of years ago. Is still remotely in the future. It affords an other insurance in which a Board of Trade could be of service to the town by doing what the at Large have neglected to do and doing it promptly Aud at the right Ooi warning w As sent out a flood warning foreshadow aug a 1 i g conditions seut out from Harri Hurt by for Caster e. R. Mam tuesday night was posted up in the Post office window yesterday morning. It created considerable alarm for awhile especially among these people who occupy portions of the town subject to overflow. As the Day wot away became apparent that Danville was in no immediate danger. Tho forecast issued on tuesday evening stated that the rainfall would Likely be heavy Over the Susque Hautaia Valley during the following 36 hour that there were decided rises in All Stream of the Susquehanna system Ard that flood stage might be expected on some. The North Branch on which there was already quite a flood As the effect of additional was expected would become very High. As predicted the downpour of rain was Quito Generi Over this Section. The Frost having disappeared the 1 ground drank up the water in Endrin of quart tie Aud neither blizzard s Ruu nor Mahoning Creek Rose High enough to Dot i any damage As is usual with floods at this time of year. By yesterday afternoon it was quit evident Itiat Danville had nothing to fear from either of Tho above streams. As related to the River however things were not so certain. The water yesterday morning stood at 121j feet Wiloh was 2 feet lower than the River was on Washington birthday. During yesterday however it Rose steadily and last night was approaching the fourth n foot Mark. If Tho rain proved a general Over the North Branch Valley a predict cd we May have very High water of Tho River during the next Twenty four hours. Wife a Champion stabbed. While walking along the Street in West Butler on monday evening Ernest Geum us resented what he regarded of insults to his wife when he a attacked he a gang of ten Street loiter ers who beat him and several stabbed him. Aud or. Genung was knocked Down. Or. Geum us s condition is quite critical. Skull fractured with a. While r too Ping to peer into a ground hog Hole near Greenville Mercer county of monday Peiry Flaugh aged 12 year was struck of the head with an a in the hands of Noel Dix on a companion. His skill was fractured and he Mav not recover. Exhibition postponed. The gymnasium exhibition which was to have been Given at the Hospital by the y. M. A a. A. Classes this evening has been postponed. Sacrifice for one we never a hardship. Really love is

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