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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - June 10, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. 55�?no 22danville pa., thursday. June 10, 1909 established in 1855 or. Irving h. Jennings Deni 1st. Office i of it a. At. To 12 at. 10i Mill 6t., p. M. To s p. At. Danville a Khz Ltd is. 425 Mill St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a special to the moravian of Arctic at Lititz has aided to its in Seirn a Coffee pot made in Lititz in 177 by Andrew Albright. The biennial state convention of the Christian Endeavor society will be held la Franklin july 12, 13 and 14. 1010. Cutting an artery in her hand with a Jar that she broke in falling Misa Ruth Huber of sooth Pottstown nearly bled to death. Thrown to the ground and stepped on by an Iun rated cow mrs. John Knatz who live9 near Stroudsburg was seriously injured. The stationary engineers state convention at Erie resolved to meet in Scranton next year and elected John m. Lynch of Erie president. On saturday last lightning struck a moving trolley car in Pittsburg putting the car out of commission and badly frightening the passengers. One your woman was injured. While walking on the Railroad with in a Stone s throw of his Home William g. Evans of hazzard aged 16 years was ran Down by a train and killed anthrax is reported to have broken oat in the Herd of cows owned by her Mau Marvel in new Garden township Chester county and for died in one Day. An inquest failed to reveal the identity of an unknown Naan who committed suicide at Stoner station near York by throwing himself in front of an express train. A dispatch from Pottsville reports the discovery that the mixture of a certain sort of Anthracite Coal and Oil will produce a tremendous heat and effect a great saving in fuel. A citizen of one of the Eastern counties is boasting Over the Good Luck he has had in the Effort to increase his flock of turkeys. Out of seventy nine eggs placed under for Turkey hens seventy five turkeys were hatched. William h. Richmond and wife among Scranton a Pioneer Aud leading citizens celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their marriage last saturday. Hundreds of Friend participating in the event. C Henry Kain associate superintendent of Public schools of the City of Philadelphia died suddenly at his Home last saturday after an illness of one Day. He was 57 years of age. Miss Eleanor Stewart who was Seo rotary treasurer of the Mercer Hospital Lias been in jail at Mercer since May 26 because she refuses to obey the decree of the court to produce the books of the Hospital it is very evident that a gang of horse thieves is operating in Butler Clarion. Venango and Armstrong counties. Within four months six horses have been stolen from Joseph Schall of crooked Creek Armstrong county. Seaman Brothers of Uniontown have dosed a Deal for the porch a of 800 acres of Coal land in Jackson town ship. Greene county under option agreements made several months ago. The Purchase Price was about $75,000. Adjacent acreage is under option. Boyertown business men Are petitioning the bar gesso have the fourth of july celebrated in that Borough on monday instead of saturday. It is reported that the Carteg e steel company will expend Over $.�?~,000,000 in the erection of a new blast Furnace and four open heart furnaces at Sharon. I is reported that funds Are being raised to make a fight for a new trial for mrs. Helen Boyle who is now in the Western Penitentiary of account of the Whitla kidnapping. A Small Blister on his foot has resulted in a serious Case of blood poisoning for Leroy Druckenmille of Spring City the annual commencement exercises of the soldiers a orphans schools at. Chester Springs will be held on tips Day june 22. The Deputy Secretary of agriculture is of the opinion that future fairs in this Commonwealth will be better Thau their predecessors. National and state officers of the patriotic orders sous of America at tended the initiation of fifty two new members by Camp 295, of Pottstown. 7. Go. ? a i tips Rby Riff let a it of Chester c a r a re ii Viig in we so Cluster Aud school Gid Encini the Kuunal commencement and class Day exercises of the Danville High school took place in the opera House Friday. As is natural in a cause where the Public have such a keen interest the attendance was Large. Not Only were the parents Aud other relatives of the graduates in evidence along with High school san debts but also townspeople in general. Stage decorations. The stage decorations were quite artistic Aud reflected a great Deal of ingenuity of the part of those who designed them. The stage was set to represent a Woodland scene. Roses carnations ferns Palms sprnce.&o., were arranged in great profusion of each Side of a Central aisle leading from the footlights to the rear of the stage. In the Bank of Flowers facing the audience were set a multitude of electric Light bulbs which flashed fort a Aud disappeared with the regularity of clock work. Grossing diagonally overhead were two ropes of Evergreen in which appeared electric Light bulbs of Blue and Gold the class col orb. Near the top of the stage at the rear were displayed the figures a a 09 ingeniously wrought. On the stage in addition to the graduates were seated the faculty principal e. O Bicker mrs. E. A. Coulter messes. F. W. Magi 11 and John Kase Aud miss Adda haymans along with the Borough superintendent a. N. Dieffe Bacher. The first two rows of the Parquette on the right hand Side were reserved for the school Board. The exercises. Tiie class Day exercises were held yesterday afternoon. Following is the program president s address. John Mitchell Ivy oration. Marie Roney Glass history. Lorena Gulick and Lara Fischer Mantle Heim Junior response George arms presentation. Edwiu Jenkins and William Breitenbach Edward Price substituted Cloud Glass prophecy. Mary Gratum and Frank Cooper music was furnished by Miles orchestra. The commencement exercises Ware held last evening the program by ing As follows music. Orchestra invocation Rev. Jos. E. Guy Salut Atory a peril of the future. Lewis Robinson Glass oration the treason of Power. Thus t. Bower valedictory higher education of Roux n. Margaret s Dier music. Orchestra address Hon. Grant herring presentation of diplomas j. N. Pursell pres. School Board presentation of essay prize. Hon. Grant herring music. Orchestra a practical address. The address of Hon. Grant herring was a most excellent one. Abounding in such thoughts As would naturally arise in the mind of a Man who had himself attained Success in his profession and w Hoha Ltd the moral welfare Aud the intellectual advancement of the Yonng at heart. The ideas were practical and were presented with Force and eloquence to show the value of Industry to warn against mistakes Aud illumine the pathway that leads toward True manhood and womanhood. Prize for essay. The prize for the Best essay on the subject of tuberculosis offered by or. G. A. Stock awarded to miss Margaret Sadler the valedictorian of the Clais. The presentation of to a prize was made by Hon Grant herring. Glass divisions. The classical coarse of the graduating class was made As follows Ralph still Lewis Robinson Edna Gearhart. Lillian Foster Effie Hendrickson Margaret Sadler Mario Roney Aud Margaret Kitabel. In the latin scientific course were Raymond Johns Frank Cooper Harry Dailey Edward Price Edwin Jenkins Helon Gearhart Ethel Woods Esther magi 11, Ethel Shannon Bertha Cloud. There were but two members of the class in the English scientific course Margaret Cole Aud Thomas Bower. In the commercial course were Frank Irvin. John Mitchell Thomas Ryan William Breitenbach Scott Heim Mary Gramm Elsie Gulick Edna Hughes Margaret Russell Clara Fischer. Alys co Loughan Lois Williams and Lorena Gunlick. Mrs. Frank Bergner of Nescopeck is visiting relatives in this City. Or. P. C. Newbaker was a visitor in liar Risburg Hud is chief Burgess Amesbury appeared before Council Friday eve to urge that Steps be taken to comply with the request of health commissioner or. Dixon relative to the preparation of com plete plans for a system of sewage adapted to a disposal Plant which plans Are to be submitted by july 1st. The chief Burgess favored taking immediate action As further delay might Lead to complications that would Embarrass the Boroug ii. Of motion of or. Everhard it was ordered that the Secretary be directed to write Hon. Sam cd g. Dixon advising him that certain prevailing conditions wholly beyond its control reluctantly compel this Council to respectfully request that the time fixed for the submission of a plan for severing the Dorough and for tiie purification of the sewage before it is discharged into the Susquehanna River As recently required by the state department of health be reasonably extended. Of motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that the property owners on the North Side of Bloom Street Between Vine Street Aud memorial Park be ordered to disco Tinne the drainage of waste water into the Street with the suggestion that said property owners connect with the sewer on motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that a Carload of White Clay Brick be ordered to be need in repairing the Mill Street paving or. Cleaver said that several property owners on Hemlock Street had made a request that the water main be extended on Hemlock Street of motion it was ordered that a four Inch pipe be Lai l on Hemlock Street Between Mill Aud ferry streets also that a fire plug he in stalled. On motion of or. Carry it was ordered that Simon Krebs be requested to remove it a Wall in blizzard s run which Lias fallen and acts As an obstruction. Borough electrician Newton Smith presented the report of the Light Plant for the month of May. Thirty one tons of Coal at $2.75 per ton and 31 tons at $2.60 per ton were consumed during the month at a total Cost of $161.75. The full Cost of operating tiie Plant for the month was $320.58. The Plant was in operation 277 hours 35 minutes. J. H. Hemmerly a decorator appeared before Council to ask for tie contract of decorating City Hall. It was the sense of Council that the firemen should decorate City Hall out of tiie appropriation of $200 granted them at a previous meeting for decorations. No action was taken in the matter. The following Bills were approved for payment water Dep t. Regular employees $153.50 labor on pipe line 103,88 j. H. Cole. 3.95 Standard Gas co. 1.50 a. M. Peters. 4 87 b. B. Brown. 12.77 Borough Dep t. Regular employes$117.60 labor in Light Dep t22.50 u. S express co .90 Rumsey elec. Co. 54.00 j. H Cole. 89.81 Sara my Oulu. 8.00 Jesse Klase. 3.70 John l. Rnss8ll .16.18 Benton b. Brown. 8.00 Standard Gas co. .50 Adams sex. Co .30 j. P. Bare. 60.00 Chas. E. Voris. 3.10 p. H. Foust .68.48 labor and Hanling. 175.08 Silver Springs Quarry co 507.88 w. S. Hunt. .25 Patton clan mfg. Co. 67.60 death Clairise. A. Stohler b. Artley Stohler bookkeeper for welliver hardware company and an esteemed and enterprising Yonng Man died at his Home East front Street at l 30 of clock tuesday afternoon As the result of an attack of typhoid fever. The deceased was aged 35 years. 1 month and l Day. He is survived by ids widow Aud one child also by his parents. Or. Aud mrs. A. B. Stohler one ,and a sister. Miss Emma of Hughesville. A surviving married sister mrs. Alice Parker resides at Sonestown. The deceased was a native of Hughes Ville. But lie resided in Danville for a number of years. 1 it was formerly travelling Salesman for the welliver hardware company hut for four years past lie Lias been Litas bookkeeper for that firm. He was a thoroughly capable Yonng Man who through ids integrity Aud reliability made rapid advancement. He was a member of the Washington Hose company. The funeral will take place Friday afternoon at 1 30 of clock. La Termeus in Odd Fellows cemetery. The frequent Rains Are causing cherries to rot of the Trees in Many sections of tiie Schuylkill living use of life Odd Fellows memorial service was held in St. Paul a methodist episcopal Church sunday morning. This service held in memory of Odd Fellows who have died during the year takes place annually in conformity with a recent order from the grand Lodge. There was a Large turnout sunday comprising tin Odd Fellows of Dauville. Who wearing badges in a body marched from Odd Fellows Hall to the Church where space had been reserved for them. The Sermou preached of the occasion by the pastor the Rev. George s. Womer was a very Able and appropriate theme of which was a the living use of tiie text was taken from 1 John 2�?17 a and the world pass eth away and the lust thereof but he that doth the will of god Arideth following is a synopsis of the discourse a Odd Fellowship is distinctively practical. It is not a Beautiful Ideal that Lias come Down through Ages for men who do not understand it. It belongs to Oor times. It matters not How deep Are its Root or How far May run Back into the past Odd Fellowship is concerned mainly with the present problem of life. It gives Aid to the needy cheer to the despondent and Over the helpless it throws tiie Mantle of Protection it was started by men who toiled. While it is not a religion and does not in any Beuse a Laim to take the place of the Church yet it does have a care Over die moral health of its members. All of which lays a Good foundation for my theme today a the living use of How to so use Ray life that it will not end in a few years hut that it May live on and on and do Good How to live that i May nut die Aud perish forever but live and rejoice in the Good that i have done. Importance of the individual. In the old testament god deals with nations Aud the mistaken i a a grew that men would be saved because they belonged to that nation. In the new the Tam it Jesus seeks the individual. He delivered his greatest Sermon to the woman at the Well. He called Bis disciples one by one. His invitations were All on this order. A if any Man thirst let him come unto me and Jesus made it his Parps be to use tiie individual. He made us to see the truth that Cit Arles Kingsley put in words a the most precious tiling in tiie Worril is a human being. Tiie lowest poorest and most degraded of human beings is better than All the dumb animals in tiie he Drew the publicans to him a men who had been cast out of the synagogue and lie saved them. He spoke kindly to tiie harlot forgave her Aud warned her to sin no More. What i want you to see is that Jesus separated tiie individual Man from tiie mass Aud the throng. He made them see their importance. The great English preacher. W. L. Watkinson tells us that tiie Ideal Man is not Back of us Adam in the Garden of Eden but ahead of us a Man like unto his god the lord of creation As god intended he should be. The work of men having come to realize tiie importance of Bis life the next question fora Man to solve is How shall he act where shall lie take hold that lie May do lie will of god. Doing the will of god might Puzzle men. How fortunate we Are in having tiie example of Jesus before us. He was not a Man of great Honor Aud influence. He was a simple Man going about doing Good. It is not True that you can not win men to Christ unless you lie in command of things and have Back of you Power wealth and influence. The greatest work in the world Toda is done by tiie private Soldier who carries the gun and bears the Brant of Battle the Stoker who fires tiie boiler in tiie hold of the vessel men in private life who toll for the welfare of tiie world without women in the Home who watch about sick Beds and train Little children. The bp9t motto that i have found is this a i will make the expel Ditre of my life not control Over other lives i will use it for life for the enlargement of life for tiie eternal glory of life unending in me and John Wesley lived and died two Hundred years ago Aud yet he lives in teus of thousands of lives today. Paul linked ins life to a crucified Savior Aud after Nineteen Hundred years lie lives. So it seems to me that men May live on. But better still lives Are linked with god by Sacii service Aud when they Are linked to him they do not fail in the grave they Rise and go to he with him forever. Most men make mistakes and those who imagine themselves perfect make the must be on the Alert the june term of court opened monday at 10 a. In. With his Honor. Judge Evans and associates Blee and welliver on the Bench. Charles Hollabaugh Constable of Derry towns Iii reported a Road in Sidler s hollow As too narrow. Brace Ploch Constable of Cooper township reported that the trolley company Lias raised tiie track at several Points thereby making tiie Crossings inconvenient. The court ordered tiie two above reports placed in the hands of the District attorney who will take the proper action in the premises. In above connection judge adverted to the Law which requires the supervisors to go Over the roads once each Mouth daring tiie summer picking the stores from the calling the constables before tiie stand judge Evans proceeded to examine each individually to determine whether or not there were any violations of the liquor Law in his District. Each Man was obliged to report first How Many licensed houses there Are in his District whether lie had visited each place at learn once daring the month and whether or not there a any liquor sold on sunday to minors or to per on of known intemperate habits. None of tiie constables had observed any violations. Addressing the four constables of Danville Jodge Evans notified them that Diug the firemen s convention this week lie expected them to be on the Alert to report All violations of the liquor Law. The hotels he warned them must be closed at 12 o clock tiie sat As at any other time. It is a mis taken idea tie said that there must be All sorts of excesses in a town during a firemen s convention. Drunkenness roust not he tolerated in Danville Liis week More than any other time. It is just As much of a violation of the liquor Law lie said to sell liquor to a Man when drunk on an occasion like tills As it is to sell liquor to a mail of known intemperate habits at aug other time. Charles Murray Foreman. Charles Murray was appointed Foreman of the grand jury. Twenty four men answered to the Roll Call which Jodge Evans remarked is unusual there generally being one or More absentees. Twenty three men is tiie number usually used on a grand jury and the court explained that any one who wished to retire would be excused. Oddly enough tiie grand jurors All wanted to serve which tiie court also regarded As an anomalous condition. Nothing therefore remained hut to permit tiie Twenty four men to go on duty although the court remarked that this might Lead to complications should the grand jurors become equally divided on any question. Noah stump was appointed tip staff to wait upon the with health officer Jacob Degreen of Derry township who pleaded guilty of interfering with a health officer escaped the severe punishment provided by the act of april 27. 1905. Under which tiie arrest was made. The prosecutor in the Oase was a. A. Sweitzer of Washingtonville health officer wii06e District embraced Derry township. Being called to the Brand or. Sweitzer explained the circumstances under which the Arret was made. On february 2, 19 9 he was notified by or. Snyder of Washington vile to placard the Degreen residence for whooping when he proceeded to carry out the order lie was prevented from doing so by or. Degreen who Laid hands upon him and pushed him from the porch. Or. Sweitzer reported the matter to the state department of health at whose request tie made another attempt to placard the House taking a witness with him. On the second visit he was likewise interfered with by or. Degreen Aud was enable to place the placard on the House although the witness said he explained the Law to Degreen and assured him that he would get into trouble for his refusal. Edward s. Gearhart attorney for the defendant at whose advice Degreen had pleaded technically guilty addressed the court urging extenuating circumstances Aud asking that i Emeroy he exercised. Hon. R. S. Ainderman. Attorney for tiie state department of health acquiesced in or. Gearhart a plea for clemency and explained that tiie object was to enforce a necessary regard for tiie regulations of the state department of health. In passing sentence judge Evans informed the defendant that for interfering with a health officer in tie performance of Iii Doty the penalty is a Fine of not More than one Hundred dollars or imprisonment of thirty Days or continued on 4th . A. Sechler president the school Board of 1909-10 effected an organization monday eve by electing w. A. Sechler president. The Secretary treasurer and solicitor who served last year were re elected. The school Board of 1908-9 went into session at 7 30 of clock with the following members present Fussel Orth Barber Swarts Burns Lloyd Fischer Sechler Cole Heiss and Redding. The annual report of tiie school District was read which showed a Cash balance of hand of $15.41. Of motion of or. Fischer tiie annual report was accepted. The officers of the school Board were requested to sign the report. After which it will he immediately forwarded to Harrisburg. The report of tiie auditors was read and on Morion was ordered accepted and spread on the minutes. The High school report was read after which on motion it was ordered a figued by the officers of the school Hoard Aud forwarded to Harrisburg. Of motion of or. Fischer it was ordered that a competent Man be employed to take Down the heating pipe in tiie various school buildings in order to prevent them from rusting during vacation. On motion of or. Burns it was ordered that a vote of thanks be extended to the teachers Aud pupils of the Public and parochial schools Itiat joined the Parade on the occasion of the dedication of the soldiers Monument. On motion it was ordered that the annual statement be printed in the morning news and the Mouton Democrat at a Price not to exceed six dollars. On motion of or. Burns it was ordered that a vote of thanks he extended to the officers of the school Board for the Able manner in which they discharged tiie unties of their offices. A response was made by president j. N. Pursel. Tiie following Bills were approved for payment u. G. Gunlick. $ 2.00 w. H. Woodside. 2.00 John l. Loues .2 o0 o. E. Savidge. 17.26 Standard Gas co. 4.91 John h. Doster. 2.70 Globe warehouse. 7.90 at 8 30 of clock the old Board adjourned sine die. The members of tiie school Board whose terms expired were a follows first Ward to. W. Swarts second . N. Pursel third Ward Jacob fish Fourtly Ward Albert i in to a tir to Ward Aud tiie Sec Ond Ward or. Swarts Aud or. Pursel succeeded themselves in to a third Ward the director elect was or. Cir Iron Shultz in to fourth Ward Joseph Gibson. The new Board the new Board was called to order by or. Orth. W. A. Sechler was chosen temporary chairman and w. H. Orth temporary Sec ret try. Certificate of election were read after which tiie directors elect were sworn in the oath being administered by a. H. Grone. The new members took their seats in the Board after which tiie election of officers was taken up. On Morion of or. Barns it was ordered that tiie temporary organization be made permanent. On motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that the salary of the Secretary be made the same As last year. On motion m. H. Schram was reelected tie Asprer of the Danville school District. On anti of of or. Pursel Ralph Kisner was elected attorney of the Dauville school District. Of motion it was ordered Itiat the regular meeting nights be the same As last year the second Aud fourth mondays. On motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that the tax rate he fixed the same As last year 6.j Mills for school purposes Aud Mill for building of hrs. John m. Jenkins the funeral of m Jenkins took place from the family residence. East Market Street tuesday afternoon Aud was largely attended. The services were could noted by the Rev. J. Wollaston Kirk pastor of the Mahoning presbyterian Church. The pall bearers were John Evans. J. Price David Shelhart Howard Schultz d. R. Williams Aud James p. Ris Liel. Tiie Floral tributes were numerous and Beautiful. Interment was made in the Odd Fellows cemetery. Bayoud Hauser a student in the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania is visiting his parents or. Aud mrs. William b. Hans or. Bloom Street. Martand mrs. Elmer Mccloskey of Aristes Are visiting friends in this City. Judge Evans in receiving tiie report of the grand jury tuesday took occasion to criticise the county commissioners of refusing in so Many instances to act upon tiie recommendations made by tiie grand jury. The report submitted was As follows a to the honorable judges of the courts of Montour county a the grand jury is pleased to submit its report having performed its duty under the order of the court As expeditiously As possible. A we have examined the jail and court House and find them in Good condition. We also made an examination of tiie River Bridge and recommend an examination of the bolts of the first two spans of the Danville Side by some expert or person capable and have the bolts properly adjusted. We also recommend that the county com missioners build a retaining Wall from the abutment on tiie West Side of tiie Boroug ii Wall already built. Respectfully submitted Charles p. Murray. Foreman. A a upon hearing the report judge Evans remarked that the recommendations relating to the building of the real Niue Wall on the West Side of the abutment at the River Bridge had been made by several proceeding grand juries. He said he could not approve of the coarse of the comity commissioners in refusing to act upon the grand jury a recommendation in this or other matters. If they persisted in ignoring tiie grand jury lie said it was quite Clear that some remedy would have to be sought that would oblige them to heed tiie of e. R. Morgan Elliott r. native of Danville. But for Many years past a resident of Kingston died at the latter place about 4 o clock tuesday afternoon. The deceased had been very Low for several Days As the result of a stroke of apoplexy and death was by no Means unexpected. Elliott k. Morgan was a Ina whose career has few parallels. Rare indeed Are tiie lives that Are crowded with Sacii Earnest Endeavor unremitting hard work Fidelity to purpose Aud which As the fruit age of Earnest application and integrity attain a higher Pinnacle in the estimation of others or make More rapid advancement in business in Early life the deceased was pm rec in the Danville Post office of i 1-r t a i a re col. C. W. Eckman hum. H was still a Young Mau when h Accio t a Posi Rion a private s i t iary under the late Daniel Edwards. While acting in this capacity lie w As transferred to i Mistou. Which was the scene of 11is labors until i death. From private Secretary he w As promoted to the position of Secretary of the King Stop Coal company. In this position his sphere was greatly enlarged. His remarkable capacity for hard work and Hir grasp on the business in All its relations made him an indispensable Factor. Some ten years ago he sustained a stroke of apoplexy which incapacitated him for hard work. Although tie retired in a sense yet he still maintained confidential relations with the Kingston Coal company which until the last continued to Avail itself of his knowledge and experience along certain lines. On May 28th the deceased sustained a second stroke which a Eudeide him practically helpless. On last wednesday he sustained a third stroke his condition following tiie attack being Sulci As to preclude All Hope of recovery. Elliott r. Morgan a aged fifty four years. He is survived by his Grier Morgan. F red Lodge. Montana two daughters Lulu i mrs. Ralph Hartman i of Williamsport and rut i mrs. William Thoma of Kinge Tou. He is also survived by n brother William Morgan and two Sisters mrs. John Keim Aud miss Sara Morgan of this place. The deceased a a member of Dauville Lodge no. 224. F. Aud a a. Of Danville Royal Arch chapter no. 239, and of Calvary commander k. T., no. 87. Ernest Seybert of Berwick is visit ing at the Home of Andrew Ruiu Bloom Road. Or. Anna Morgan Aud daughter Rebecca of Shamokin. Arrived yesterday for a visit with mrs. William Linker West Mahoning Street. Mrs. Charles Johnson Aud Sou Clifford of Burnham arrived last evening for a visit wit i or. And mrs. J. E. Yiu glug East Market Street. John Danner of Allentown is spending several Days with friends in Titis City

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