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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - June 18, 1908, Danville, PennsylvaniaTurpean vol. 54�?no. 25danville, i a thursday. June 18, 1908 established in 1855 a. Tuning u Dex i 1st Jennings a. I r. \ v. M. 10i Mill St. Dandil. It Iii Ltd i. 425 my sr., Danville a. Ses of the stomach and late specially p this s some cruel boy at Columbia Tineil Piper to a dog s Tail and set fire to it. The dog took Refuge in the barn of s. High Levan and it took tire and came very near being destroyed on Thors Day evening. A Large vessel melted Ville filled with pitch was upset on a roof in Potti and ran Down towards William Lelir. Rather than jump to the ground a c i tante of forty feet. struck to 111. Position and was terribly burned by the hot liquid on the arms bands and one leg. At one service on whitsunday 1,17a persons partook of the holy communion at Hains reformed Church Vern Erville Berks county. The Pennsylvania funeral directors association which held its annual convention at Uniontown last week increased its membership 150 Dannug the year and its members now number nearly 1,000. Officer Miller of the Reading police Force snatched up 4-year old John Fetterman from the Railroad tracks inst As a fast express Maine dashing along that would have crushed the child to death. George Monahan of Vork Lias been arrested and in default of 1,000 Hail has been committed to jail on a charge of having thrown acid upon miss Bertha Witmer to spoil her Beauty. Members of the Borough Council of West Chester Hare again taken no the matter of providing the town with an of to Date sewerage system and have arranged to submit their plans to the people and have a vote taken whether a loan of $125,000 shall be made to pay for tile improvements. Eracli voter of Potter own will he asked by the Borough Council to Send by mail his Quot yes or Quot no Quot of a proposition to borrow $s0,000 for Street paving and sewers and also to add one Many inquiries Are being made As to the exact status of the proposition to pave East Market Street when the matter was before Council last a couple of Mouths ago. The Boroug i solicitor male it Clear to Council that the Street might be paved with state Aid under the act of May 6, 1005 the Council Inen adopted the solicitor s views and it seemed tacitly understood that no time would be lost in determining whether it would be practicable to pave the Street under the above act. Just what Progress has been made and whether there is a ghost of a Ohauge of the Street being paved this year Are Points of which the Public crave enlightenment. A special Effort was made by a representative of this paper saturday to obtain some information along these Lichtl it Sevetus doubtful whether any material Progress has been made at least those approached regretfully acknowledged that while the proposition to pave the Street with state Aid Lias not been abandoned there is nothing that can be said at present that will show that the work will Likely go Forward in the near future. The Safe inference is that whether done with Stab Aid or otherwise the Street will not be raved the present year All of which is very discouraging news to those who use the rough Ami badly kept thoroughfare and had looked Forward with Hope that the Street would be paved the present year. Meanwhile the Borough is doing some very important work of other streets. Cherry Street is being macadamia de Between Bloom and Center streets. The Street where reconstructed has been excavated to an average depth of ten inches. The first course applied is cinder. The second or top course which will be four inches thick will be of Limestone. No. 2 size. The excavation is completed about half Way Between Bloom and Center streets. Along something Over one fourth of the distance excavated the cinder is applied. Street commissioner Miller Lias eight men and three carts employed of the Job. The Street is kept open to traffic while the work is in Progress. Among other streets recently macadamia de Are Pine and ferry streets Between Bloom and Center. Brick Crossings have also been Laid ill Mill to the tax rate for the payment of at front and Pine streets and at Iron interest on the proposed loan. Aud front streets. A piece of Glass nearly an length Aud half an Inch penetrated the Boot of Gorge lease of Kutztown Berks county fourteen was removed last week and Wilson Vastine son of Hugh Vas Inch in Broad that Wilson Vastine in View of the outbreak of hydrophobia resulting in the death of Joseph Gerst a special meeting of Council was called monday night at which a Resolution was adopted ordering a rigid quarantine of All the dogs in Danville. As our citizens come to realize the situation a ugly they Are stirred by a feeling of dread Ami suspense and demand that drastic action retaken that will prevent the dogs from inflicting harm. Already sunday evening president Andrew Schatz decided to Call a special meeting of Council to Deal with the exigency. The following members were present at the special session monday night. Schatz Russell Dentsch Angle Moyer Everhart Marshall Connolley Pursel Aud Cleaver. President Schatz explained the object of meeting alter which a Resolution was presented in effect As follows that no dog or dogs shall be permitted to run at Large within the limits of this Borough without being first a properly and securely muzzled As is expressly required by the ordinance of the Borough in such behalf duly made and enacted. That it shall be the additional and Imperato duty of Auy owner or owners of any dog or dogs known to have been bitten to keep the same off the streets or from running at Large until the period of incubation expires even7 though the dogs May be securely muzzled. Of motion of or. Angle seconded by or. Connolley it was ordered that the ordinance relating to the muzzling of dogs be strictly enforced Aud that Council employ some Oue to do away with the dogs not properly muzzled under the Protection of the police. No other muzzles Are to be permitted than closed wire muzzles Aud these Are to be inspected by the police to see whether they Are effective. The Resolution which passed also provided that the state live Stock sanitary Borad be appealed to to establish a quarantine in Danville. Meanwhile the Borough ordinance will be strictly enforced. Several members expressed themselves very pointedly of the subject. Or. Everhard said the enforcement of the ordinance last fall was Only a farce that muzzled dogs could be seen carrying hones in their Mouths. Or. Dentsch said such muzzles were better known As waiters. A regulation muzzle should consist of a strap around years ago when the Tine South Danville sustained a fact Cir the edges were As Sharp As Glass entered the foot. Are 0f his left leg under unusual Louis miners Ville Schuyl cume sauces monday Forenoon kill county was run Over by an automobile Audi almost denuded of his clothing yet the escaped without serious injury. Elias Sowers of Reading has been fifty years jul the employ of the Reading Railroad company except during the civil War when he served in the Union army. The ,.�?Tloug�?Tlive�the Pope a composedly Rev. H. Gauss. Of Carlisle of Wlinich million envies have already been printed promises to become the Universal hymn for the Pope. By the will of the late Elizabeth Lacey of Wrightstown Bucks county. Anua m. Reading a coloured woman who had been for Many years a faithful servant to the deceased inherits a i dirty two acre farm valued at $5,000. Freda Brown of Warren aged. Years on saturday in a violent coughing it tack had swallowed fractures leg the neck and two around the nose. Only a closed wire muzzle is effective. Or. Cleaver declared that the Only proper Way was to eliminate leather muzzles. Burgess Rogers explained that the live Stock sanitary Board stands realy to establish strict quarantine in Danville said quarantine after being established to be enforced by the local authorities. On motion of or. Russell it was ordered that the quarantine go into effect tuesday morning and that All dogs found in the Street after wednesday morning without wearing a proper muzzle be shot by the police. The Resolution provided that the officers be armed with now shot guns to Aid them in getting away with the dogs. Mounted of one of the farm horses Wilson was returning from the a Best a farm one of the two tracts owned by Bis father just before the hour of noon. In descending a Steep Bill the horse stumbled and fell rolling Over on Bis Side pinning the Many a leg fast Aud causing a fracture of both Bones at the ankle. The horse soon succeeded in regaining his feet but or. Vastine was unable to stand erect. With much difficulty he succeeded in reaching the House where or. Smith was called who set the broken Bone. Or Vastine will be Laid up for several weeks. The citizens of Danville will be glad to learn that the Way is now open tor them to secure a armory Oue of the imposing Twenty thousand Dollar structures being built by the state under the act of May ii 1105. Since the enactment of the Law armoires have been erected by the state in Many of the larger towns Aud cities. That Danville a turn has now come May be gathered from the remarks of colonel o. M. Clement made during a re out conversation with the officers of company f. According to the colonel Danville should to one of the towns selected of which to expend the armory appropriation granted by the next legislature. The other towns in which a pressing need for an armory exists colonel Clement explained have been pretty Well supplied. He advised the company to go to work immediately and secure a site assuring them that the armory would follow after the next session of the legislature. To assist in bringing about the result colonel Clement assured the company is officers that to would assist in every Way possible to secure the armory. Oue circumstance it was explained that would weigh very heavily in favor of a state armory in Danville is the fact that the building used Asau armory Here has been condemned by every officer that has held inspection Here for years past. The room is not Only inadequate for purposes of Drill &c., Bat it is Aro regarded As affording poor Protection for state property. Town must furnish site. Colonel Clement made it Clear that while Danville is in line for a state armory under existing conditions yet it would be worse than Folly for the town to dream of winning out unless it decides to follow the example of other towns and present a site for the armory to the state to secure a Twenty thousand Dollar building free merely by the presentation of a site is a business proposition that appeals to every wide awake municipality. Consequently As each appropriation becomes available there Are several towns or cities desiring to con tritto a site for a state armory. Under such circumstances it is too much to suppose that those progressive Aud generous towns would be turned Down by the Board and the armory Given to some slow municipality that is not willing to contribute a site for a building that would be a permanent ornament Aud would Cost the town nothing. Danville wants a state armory there is no question about it. The whole matter of a 6ite is up to the citizens and there is comparatively Little time to act in. Which site shall be selected How shall it be obtained will some progressive person donate the ground or will citizens unite and raise the Money needed what part will company f play in securing a site All these Are questions that suggest themselves in connection with the armory proposition questions that most be answered by some settled course of action in which the whole town cooperates Aud efforts Are directed toward securing an available site in the shortest period of time. At 111 the citizens of Wushi Touville and their committees for the Celebration of the 4th of july which will be held in that Borough Are going about the preparations for the event in a most spirited and progressive Way. A meeting of citizens was held monday evening in the Borough school House at which Many important preparations were consummated. The Parade will form on South water Street at 1 of clock Sharp. The route of Parade is As follows water to front to Church to Market to North front Aud thence to the Delong Home at Blue Springs farm counter March to and Down water Street and disband. Immediately after the Parade the addresses will be delivered on the presbyterian Church Lawn. The following marshalls Piave been appointed for the Parade chief a. A. Switzer assistants j. B. Seidel Christopher Heckendorn or. Snyder c. W. Derr Aud h. E. Cotner. The following committee on arrangements was also chosen to. R. Miller Christopher Heckendorn Rev. Harry Moyer l. O. Cromis. Band engaged. At the meeting monday night the Exchange was engaged to furnish music for the Day Aud the committee of Misc has made arrangements for a number of serenades. An invitation. Through the columns of the morning news the citizens of Washington Ville wish to extend a most cordial invitation to lie people from nearby towns and from the surrounding country to take part in the Celebration to come and join in the Parade if they feel so inclined and if not to come and View the festivities. Vehicles of All kinds and fantastic costumes will be welcomed in the line of March. The people of Washingtonville want to make this the biggest Parade in the history of the town Aud from present indications their Hopes Are Likely to be realized. The base Ball games will be played on Delongis grounds in the morning and afternoon Between Washington Ville Aud Turbotville. The next meeting of the citizens at we hich arrangements will Likely be completed will be held next monday evening at 8 o clock in the school House i i Henry Harris Laid to rest death of mrs. Rebecca Sidler funeral of Joseph Gerst three years fit that ago. Mrs. Rebecca Sidler. The wife of Emanuel Sidler died at her Home West Market Street at 6 of clock monday morning after a Long siege of illness. Mrs. Sidler who before marriage was miss Rebecca Bright was a rep the funeral of Joseph Gerst whose de Atli occurred of sunday night As the result of an attack of rabies was consigned to his last resting place in Odd Fellows cemetery tuesday Forenoon. Trio funeral took place from the Little Home of lower Mulberry Street at 10 of clock and was quite largely utmost prominent families of Montour county being a daughter of Peter Bright a Pioneer settler of Valley township. The deceased is survived by to it it Brothers Aud two Sisters. A brother and sister Dennis and miss Penina Bright reside in Danville another brother Aud sister Hiram Bright Aud mrs. A tie Auchenbach live in the West. Marcavage a nerve is failing him was Mack from oxidation Aud the child res putative of Oue of the oldest Aud bail been Given up As a hopeless Case of tuberculosis. Countable Elmer Miller of Butler was Gammone on sunday by neighbors of John Nevin to interfere in a family quarrel at the Nevin Home. He did so and after saving mrs. Nevin from a bad beating she turned of the Constable dealt him a knockout blow with a Beer bottle and then fled. The police Force of Wilkes Barre made a raid on gambling Dens saturday night and found three in which Twenty eight men besides the proprietors were captured. The men were fined f 12 50 each and the proprietors were held under bail to answer at court. The Railroad men of the Lehigh Region observed sunday As their annual memorial Day by decorating the Graves of their deceased Brothers in the cemeteries followed by Public exercises in the opera House in Hazleton. Zion lutheran Church at Manheim Lancaster county bad its annual feast of roses on sunday to pay the annual rental of a red Rose to an heir of Baron Henry William Steigel. The founder of the town who had Given the ground to the Church conditioned that such a payment be annually made. Several thousand persons were in attendance. Tended. The services were conducted by the Rev. L. W. Walter pastor of Pine Street lutheran Church. The pall bearers were g. A Myers Jacob Haney John Kilgus Joseph Lechner Andrew Smith and b. B Brown. A Quartetti composed of mrs. H. Johnson mrs. Joseph Divel j. B. Mccoy and Walter Russell Sang a couple of selections there were a number of Beautiful Floral tributes engineers bad Accident the funeral of Henry Harris took place tuesday afternoon and was very largely attended. The services were conducted by the Rev. L. Dow Ott pastor of Trinity mtg. Church of which the deceased was a member. Or. Harris was a member of mod tour Lodge no. 101, i. O. O. F., for Over fifty years. The members of the Lodge attended the funeral in a body. The pall bearers were Jospeh Longen Berger b. B. Brown Quot Joseph y. Sech Ler. Sidney canard Alfred Fry Aud John Tovey. Interment took place in Odd Fellows cemetery. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were g. R Harris Aud family of Sunbury William Williams Aud John Williams of Spring City and j. E. Giles of Hazleton the Rev. Or. Mccormack pastor of the Grove presbyterian Church is quite Busy preparing for his trip to the British Isles. He leaves Danville on next tuesday and the Day following june 24th, he embarks on the steamship Mauretania it is doubtful whether a itinerary was Ever planned before Jiu which All the features combined to invest the trip Witch such a Peculiar interest not Only to the person going abroad but also to Bis friends remaining behind who wished him godspeed of his Long journey. In the first place the 6teamsh p selected is the very newest the largest and swiftest in the services a companion ship to the Lusitania of which or. Mccormack will make the return voyage ships which have Cut the actual Cirne spent a unc Rossing the Ocean Down to less Thau six Days. Or. Mccormack will land in Liverpool about the last of june. He will proceed at once to Southport 18 Miles Distant where he will spend a week visiting his sister. He will then journey to the North of Ireland visiting Londonderry and Ca Rigaus. The latter place possesses a Peculiar interest to Danville Quot people by reason of the fact that it was the Early Home of our townsman a Hou. James Foster. Some twelve Miles from car Riggnns lies the town of Newton Stewart in the county of Tyrone the birth place of the Rev. Or. Mccormack. The pastor of the Grove Church was less than a year old when his parents removed from Newton Stewart. Al though he previously made Oue or More trips to the British Isles he has never been in the town of his birth since he left it As an infant. Or. Mccormack will indulge in a pleasing bit of sentiment in this his first visit to Newton Stewart. He has planned to spend sunday there a sunday of which ids birthday happens to occur Aud he will attend divine services worshipping in the same Church in which his father officiated As pastor Wien he was a infant. Or. Mccormack a next objective Point will be Southboro county of Monahan where the Mccormack or Mccormick family now scattered Over the British possessions Aud America. Is said to have originated. Newbridge near Sonjii Boro which or. Mccormack will also visit is another town that possesses a interest to Danville people a9 it was the Early Home of on Able and esteemed physician. L r. James Oglesby. The itinerary will embrace Belfast Liverpool and a tour through the North of England. At York or. Mccormack will visit a old school chum. He will spend Bome time in the famous Yorkshire Dales known As the a playground of he will spend one week in the City of Loudon embarking for Home of aug St 15th. While abroad or. Mccormack s permanent address will be a in care of or. Peter . 2, Hazel Grove Southport Lancashire hydrophobia and the onslaught on dogs has constituted the principal topic of conversation about town 6iuce sunday. The interest if possible was increased yesterday when oar officers armed with repeating shot guns started out to enforce the Resolution adopted by Council at its special meeting monday night. No report has been made to show How Many dogs re using at Largo without being properly muzzled during the Day fell a victim to the officers unerring aim but the number As no doubt Large. It is known that prior to 10 a. M. Chief Mincemoyer shot by a dogs while officer v Oris had nearly As Large a number to his credit. The Case of rabies involving the loss of a human life and the uncertainty As to How Many dogs have been bitten Lias caused a feeling of dread and anxiety among the people. All classes seem to applaud the action of Council in enacting the drastic Resolution above alluded to. Council would have been criticised had it done less. It seems to be the opinion of people who travel that Danville has More dogs in proportion to its population than any other town in this Section. The Hope is expressed that the rigid enforcement of the Resolution adopted by Council May have the effect of somewhat reducing the number of dogs especially those of the More worthless sort. One of our physicians yesterday stated that he had been attacked while visiting the sick Aud actually driven nearly a Square by dogs which came in troops. It is not an unusual thing for families to own two or three dogs. Many of the latter Are positively vicious Aud Are objects of dread not Only to the physicians Bat also to the mail carriers Aud others who Are obliged to visit the houses. The officers state that they Are determined to insist upon the a closed wire muzzle and will shoot any dog that is turned Loose without a proper muzzle one that will prevent the dog from biting. A citizen of Cooper township who was Inthis City yesterday said that the same excite Mutton the score of rabies May be found Between Danville Aud Bloomsburg that exists in Danville. It was in the Vicinity of Grov aria that two of the dogs that ran amuck in Dauville were killed. It is Inore than suspected that a Large number of other dogs were within a few weeks constituting the average period of incubation. The condition existing be said Lias been reported to the live Stock sanitary Board and it is reasonably certain that in the next few Days All the dogs will be quarantined by the state in Mahoning and Cooper townships this county Aud in Montour township Columbia county. Mrs. Alice Beaver passes away to again have a Star course snapping Turtle is 45 years old Young Stanny Murcavage s wonderful serve is giving Way before the Strain of his approaching execution in the Northumberland county jail Yard Mai 80hool this at Sunbury of june 30th. Up to now his manner has been nonchalant and his conviction Aud sentence seemed to have no effect what Ever upon him. This week his attorneys again visited him and they found that he was breaking Down under the Strain and although he tries to hide his suspense and anxiety As the time for the execution draws nearer he grows weaker and weaker. Many a Mac s fleeting Fame is the results of his persistent self puffery. A snapping Turtle known to be More than 45 years of age was added to the collection of fish Aud turtles in the Fountain a the Bloomsburg state nor week by w. D. Wat Kins of Elysburg who found it in the Shamokin Creek at that place carved on the Shell Are the words George Teitsworth. May 1863. The Turtle is quite Large but the words Are hardly discernible. It was viewed with much curiosity by the Normal students and faculty and will be kept there As a curiosity. Charles Pusey. Engineer at the Danville foundry and machine with a bad fall tuesday which resulted in the fracture of his left Arm. Or. Pusey had climbed a ladder to Oil Tho shafting he thought the ladder was secure but owing to some Oil upon the floor the lower end slipped Aud Man end ladder came tumbling to the floor or. Pusey who fell some ten feet alighted on a lathe striking his left Arm on Iron surface in such a Way As to fracture both Bones near the wrist. In addition the wrist was badly sprained. Or. Pusey went to the office of or. Paules who set the broken Bone Aud gave such other treatment As was needed. The injured Mau during the rest of the Day suffered much pain As the result of the brain and fracture. The injured Man a a an Export employee and will be much missed by the Dauville foundry Aud machine company. Where he has been employed for Many years. A few years ago or. Pusey sustained a serious Accident while at work and was confined to his Bome for a Long time. W. C. Kase died in Philadelphia a. Clark ease the Well known resident of Mayberry township who wa9 severely injured two Mouths ago when a horse fell on him died monday night at the German Hospital in Philadelphia where he was removed shortly after Tho Accident. Or. Lease was a widely known Aud highly respected citizen who had lived in Mayberry township All ids life. He was 45 years of age. He was a ainu highly esteemed and his de Atli has cast a gloom Over his Many friends. The deceased is survived by his wife and five children Paul Robert Margaret Eleanor and William All of whom reside at Home. The following Brothers and Sisters also survive Simon Kil Besgrove John Aud Harry mrs. Madison Vought Aud mrs. John Pitzer of Elysburg. The funeral will take place thursday morning at 10 o clock from the presbyterian Church in Elysburg of which the deceased was a member. Rev. W. Shannon will conduct the service. Mrs. Marv Alice Beaver died at her Home West Market Street yesterday morning after a Long illness. The deceased was the widow it it Farthur w. Beaver who died about Nineteen years ago. She was fifty Niue years of age. She was the daughter of Joseph Aud Elizabeth died Aud was a representative of an old Aud prominent family. She is survived by Oue brother a. M. Diehl Aud a half sister mrs. Elleu a Piliu. The news of mrs. Beavers de Atli after several years during which the Star course has been dropped the Dauville y. M. C. A. Will again next season resume Liis most commendable feature of association Enterprise that is if the course been booked by the general Secretary is Given sufficient support to warrant its introduction in this City. The last Star course was Given in Dauville in 11 04-05 in the . C. A Hall. Insufficient patronage and a Lack of interest were responsible for the discontinuing of the courses. For next season five of the finest entertainments in the country have been secured to appear in Dauville. The association however will take no chances on losing Money on the course Aud will comes As a great Surprise to most peo although she was in failit481 teat the interest among the housekeeper is already experiencing the beginning of the preserving business. Rev. I. C. Ziegler. The Rev. G. C. Ziegler of Berwick will preach in the Immanuel Baptist Church tonight. The subject will be a a perfect Man Aud a perfect Church Rev. Or. Ziegler is a speaker of Power he is a Fine Illustrator and always pleases his hearers. He comes to Danville under the auspices of the Christian Church. Everybody is Welcome. A former resident. Martin l. Bennett who formerly resided in Danville but who at present resides at Paterson n. J., accompanied by his wife spent a Short time in this City yesterday on his Way to Niagara Falls. Or. And mrs. Bennett were recently married. He who conquers his temper wins a substantial Victory. Pie. Health for a year or More prior to her demise yet it was not generally known that her could Tiou was critical. It was Only during a week or so past that it became evident that she could not survive Nuy length of time. Death was due to a complication of diseases. Mrs. Beaver was a member of the Mahoning presbyterian Church. She was a consistent Cli Risteau. She was a very charitable woman Aud it might be said of her that her chief pleasure consisted in doing Good unto others. The funeral will take place on saturday interment being made in the Beaver plot at Lewisburg. Funeral services will be Field at the late residence no. 205 West Market Street at 10 of clock saturday morning. On the 12 51 d. L. Amp w. Train tie funeral will proceed to Lewisburg where if torment will take place immediately after arriving. Sunday longest Day. Next sunday will be the longest Darin the year. After this the Days the people of the town before the first entertainment is Given. The course. Tho course As booked for next season. Includes five numbers As follows october 30�?the Honolulu students from the hawaiian islands musical. Novom Bor 27�?gilbert a. Eldredge Impersonator. January 21 a or. E. A. Steiner lecturer. February 12�?the or Prieum musical club male Quartetti. March 12�? Sig. Cal fatty Victor and ills venetian baud. Or. Steiner. Or. Steiner is the Only lecturer whose name appears in the course. He is a most notable person in this state at present As he Lias been chosen by the state of Pennsylvania to take ten men to Europe on july 1st where they will spend a year studying the languages and customs of the countries that Send immigrants to America. These men on their return will apply their knowledge to the foreign question in this state. Miss Estella Lowenstein a student at the Broad Street conservatory of main Abon the same length for nearly. Music last even a month after which they get Shorter ing to spend the summer at the Home until december 21,which is the Short of her parents or. And mrs. Samuel est Day of the year. Lowenstein West Market Street

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