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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaHeme paper a por Ilie Homo inc circulation tin taper is in rapidly. It will pay yol a a adverts. In lit Amk Kii an subscription $1 per i ar1 1 1 a in it ii. Ii Nam a Nal Opict a of Lori. A. .1/ in 11 ii i r to o i r ii to i ii 11 it ill 1.1 /. Quot i \ 4 % Mili 1 11. S 111 la i a Leas Atli. -1 to and Hiles me. a Ity. I unbiased m is. The erase to Morder of All sure la decide div Wule-ttprea.1. Many a Poe i a Inetter qualities than the Loafer who Kirks him. The to nails arc Iii Kiun a Ileal of Noi a Tom june mornings. By pics an the regular order now. H it grow strawberries Are Oue of Lite luxuries of the Marker now. Fifty nine team hers of the Public schools of Pottsville have asked tin school Hoard for a general increase in wastes Vern i the Thunder Shower Belt again on the wings it t the Locust a Rev h eau the Lettery which the Sujer gut us take to mean about it become ii?.�?T pm does that mean marriages it won id lie a Good guess for the Mouth of june. The prospects for an animated political Battle in Pennsylvania this year Are Brilliant. Have arranged fur that vacation trip yet to Settle the question whether or not there shall la amusements at Hazleton i Ark. The Lehigh traction company has decided to put the matter to a vote of the a people. The ministerial association objects to sunday amuse intents. Total abstinence from intoxicants never yet Hurt any citizen. A Good wife is one of the Best friends a Busy citizen can have. The Book a boy reads Are Likely to influence his whole life Many a men who thinks himself a Good citizen might be better. The annual police Ceausu of the District of olumpia shows a White a in Iatrou of 231,417, and negro of 95,018 or less Thau 9u per cent. A few years ago this Nero Pierc engage was one third Ata hearing in the office of Alderman newcomer in Newberry attorney parties asked a witness a with whom do you live a the Man responded �?~1 Don t live with whom 1 live on a lot on the Hack of Light Street a the beef junkers and the Standard Oil Coli Patio have joined forces for the purpose of opposing president Koose Eltus desire to have the meat Trust furnish the people with wholesome meat foods. The recent san Francisco Earth quake and the fact that the country in the Vicinity of the proposed Panama a anal is subject to earthquakes did not deter the House yesterday from voting in favor of a in k canal by 110 to 86. While playing in i fathers Mill at Paradise Lancaster county Ralph Isna Velv 9 years of age. Was caught by a revolving Shaft and had both arms and legs broken before the Inch fiery could be Stop fied. San Fraucisco masons and builders ask iat Ion has raised the wages of leu players and Hellier bricklayers will receive $7 a Day of eight hours and Hel it Erh $4 a Day. This is an Advance of $1 a slay for bricklayers and 50 cents for Hel hers. Last week in the United states court at Kansas City four Large packing were found guilty of accepting rebates on their shipments for Export Over the lines of the Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad. The soda water Trade is booming. Although the locusts have been reported All around Danville they have not As yet come to town. Fishermen Rem it Ioor Luck for Bass in the Delaware River at water Gap. Berks county has 55,707 sunday school scholars. Evidently there is not much in those reports about Anthracite Coal giving out when there Are Tola fourteen new mines opened i the scan Mikill Region within a few months. Oue of the largest sales of valuable real estate in Union count \ for a Long time was that of Amos Groff held at Vicksburg june 8. 1908. Six tracts of land comprising 331 acres of land were sold at the average Price of $89 per acre. During the storm on saturday lightning strut k the Burn of Daniel Stahl Uecker of near Warrior run it was a a cold and while the building did not Burn it was splintered and damaged to the extent of several Hundred dollars. The Scranton times says that if mayor Dimmick wishes to have in Ari ministration go on record As the most fio Pular the City has Ever had he should establish free Baths and a sign a Niue at the City Park lost or mislaid. Policy no. 2800? issued by the Petit Mutual life in sir mice company on the life of Samuel Mills the finder will please return it to the undersigned application has been made for the issuing of a Mills Danville a. State Library this col no u v will no Var by anti rely full until it supplies All of its own demands with its own of. 52-no 25, Danville. A. Thursday june 21, 1908. Established in 1855 is a picnic May change Newton Smith Engineer at the pow r House of the Danville and b looms Burg trolley company was Friday eve lec cd Borough electrician to succeed Samuuel ii. Jones. Or Jones on his return Home the week before last tendered Liis resignation to the committee on Light which was acted upon Friday eve. Or. Jones shed that his resignation take effect june 15th. Or As soon thereafter As a mis so hie. Tin motion Friday eve or. Jones resignation was unanimously accepted to take Placo i in mediately. Then were two applications for the position of Borough . D. L has charge of the United Telephone lines at this place proposed for a compensation of $75 per month to do the work in conjunction with his brother Clyde me. Doub who is a skillful electrician. Or. Donby a plan was to attend to the duties As Borough electrician in conjunction with the Telephone work. The plan however did not tied favor with the Council men. On motion of or. Jacobs new ton Smith was elected Borough electrician to fill the unexpired term of or. Tones at a salary of $85 per month. Or. Smith gave a Long list of references covering a period of fourteen years Liili attested to his skill and experience both As an electrician Ami a machinist. A pet it Ion to the president and directors of the i. L. Amp w. Railroad company signed by 90 of our business men was read before Council urging that the d. L. Amp w Railroad company permit the Danville it Bloomsburg electric Railroad company to Cross the tracks of the said i. L. It a. Company on Mill Street in the Borough of Danville. In addition to the other sign ers the twelve councilmen last night affixed their signatures to the petition after which it will be forwarded to la Railroad company a Headquarters. The attention of the Borough solicitor was called to the fact that the time limit of ninety Days expires today which was Given the Danville amp Bloomsburg Street railway company in which to make repairs on a Street a protracted discussion ensued As to what measures were advisable under the circumstances. F n motion of or. Russell it was ordered that the rider on the plans and specifications for improvements on a Street he eliminated wherein work completed according to specifications was made subject to approval of the Street commissioner and the committee on streets and Bridges. Next on motion of or. Rush Ell it was ordered that an Extension of ten Days he Given the Danville and Bloomsburg Street railway company in which to begin improvements a in a Street. On motion of or. Russell the water commissioners were requested when extending the water main to go Lieke a addition to make an additional Extension of sixty five feet of one Inch pip1 to take i the residence of James Dailey. A Jie Tiniou was received from Carl Mcwilliams Jacob Engle and mrs. S. Warga asking that an Extension he made to the sewer on Mill Street from the Corner of Hemlock Street to Little Ash Street. Jacob Fischer appeared before Council to Call attention to the intolerable conditions existing in the Vicinity of his residence and store on North Mill Street. It a motion of or. Sweisfort it was ordered that the Borough sewer be extended from Centre Street out North Mill Street to Little Ash Street. On motion of or. Fin Itigan it was ordered that the Borough sewer he extended on Centre Street from Mill Street to Pine. On motion of or. Sweisfort it was ordered that a joint meeting of the sewer committee the committee on ordinance and the Borough solicitor be held to consider the changing of the sewer ordinance or the enactment of a w Holly new ordinance relating to sew ers. The following communication was received. We the undersigned property holders respectfully Jie Tiniou your honorable body to extend the Borough sewer on Centre Street to Pine Street from its present terminus on West Centre Street. Signed c. P. Murray John f. Pursell Josiah Joh Bern George. \ Stickle i x. Grier. Mrs. 1. M. Boyd mrs. A. A. Geisinger. M. I. Of Reilly David Sli Elhart and Harriet m. Kaufman. Or. Jacobs called attention to state Law Jireh Whiting the throwing of waste i Ajmer and of her trash on i Nylic streets which is generally violated in our town notwithstanding the fait that garbage cans have been installed As receptacles for trash of All sorts. As it is. He said not Only Market people hut even merchants throw their refuse on the Street adding to the work of the Street cleaning gang. Suggested that the clerk look Iii the Law report my at the next meeting As to its full provisions. His View prevailed and it was ordered that the officers in the meantime do what they can to secure the enforcement of the Law. Or. Jacobs called attention to the had condition of the ditch on ferry Street i front of the residences a f Wellington Rote and mrs. Gonier Thomas which lie thought should undergo extensive improvement on motion it was ordered that the com Mittee on streets and Bridges visit the shot and report at the next meeting As to w hat improvement it thinks needs sary. The following members were pres int Gibson Eisenhart Jacobs Fin Wigan. Bedea Dietz Boyer Vastire Sweisfort Russell Angle and Hughes the picnic Hehl by the Iron Mould Erst Union at Dewitt spark on Satur Day proved to he a Fine Success. The attendance was Large the Days program was fully carried out and not an event occurred to mar the pleasure of the occasion. The i Tara do to the Park shortly after ten of clock was quite a feature and it no doubt helped to create an interest in the picnic. There were sixty five men in line music for the March being furnished by the Washington drum corps. The game of base Ball Between ski Ringfield and nine picked players retire setting Danville and Bloomsburg was a Well played and interesting contest the score being 4 to 1 in favor of Springfield. A Large crowd witnessed the game. Dancing was much enjoyed during the afternoon and evening. The merry go round Peu Diug the completion of the electric railway is being operated by a traction engine the same As last summer it was the Center of attraction among the Little ones saturday and the proprietor did a land office business. All the Hacks available we Ore kept Busy during the Day. The crowd on the grounds surpassed All expectations and the big Supply of refreshments provided was inadequate to Suji ply the demand. No. 173 was the Lucky number that Drew the chair which w As Oil exhibition in the window of John dusters sons for some weeks previous to the Jii Cuic. T Holder of the ticket is a stranger f. Chicago. The Man was Evidue m Danville when he bought ticket to help the moulders along. In All there were �50 tickets sold for the chair. The stove will not he disjointed of until september. The committee of arrangements of which John Mutzer was chairman was kept very Busy for several weeks preceding the picnic and it was due it no Small degree to their painstaking labors that the picnic proved such a marked Success j. A. Picnic at Edge Wood. The Jii Cuic executive committee of the Susquehanna District g. A. R., met in Washington House at Northumberland yesterday afternoon at 2 of Cloi k Ami decided to hold the veterans annual Outing at Edge ibid Park near Shamokin on thursday August 18th. There were two factious at the committee meeting one desiring that the Jii Cuic he held at Island Kiark near Sudbury Aud the other favouring Edge Wood. The Edgewood Comrade. Car ried the Day. The g. A. Picnic is always Oue of the biggest events of its kind ill this Section of the state not Only the old soldiers and their families attending hut also sons of veterans and Kindred organization besides Many outsiders As the invitation that is extended is general. The Susquehanna District is composed of some 21 posts. The executive committee has already been at work on tie arrangements for the big Day. The newly elected a a a commander of Pennsylvania Comrade Gierst of Easton will be present also a number of Bis staff and the newly elected state commander of tie sons of veterans. Present at the meeting were president Haas of Northumberland vice president John Osier of Shamokin Secretary j. C. Miller of Danville and comrades Caldwell of Milton Van Gaskins of Sawokin Bucher of Sudbury William Berwick damage suit. The Yeager damage suit against the Borough of Berwick on trial at blooms Burg during the Piast we Eek came to a close yesterday with a verdict in favor of the plaintiffs for $3,500. The Case attracted a Good Deal of attention and will stand As an object lesson for other boroughs a bowl ing the necessity of properly protecting All dangerous places. The trial was a very hard fought Oue with Janies Scarlet of this City for the a plaintiff and Fred Ikeler of Bloomsburg fur the defendant. The a plaintiff in the Case was mrs. Clara Yeager who is a sister of mrs. George w. this City. The Accident in which injury was sustained occurred september 4, 1904, on front Street while a Jia lenient was being Laid before garrisons store and Heller a Saloon. While the work was in Progress an opening where a cellar door bad been removed was tem Sirur ily covered with a Board and a Box the later being placed where the Hoard did not reach. The Board was either kicked away or the Box was removed with the result that mrs. Yeager Niass ing along that Way at night fell into the of Jiening and was seriously injured the jury West out on tuesday of the Roou. At 9 of clock a it in. The jury came to an agreement. The verdict according to instructions was scaled. The associate judges opened court yesterday morning when the verdict was Ope Neil and read. The jury awarded mrs. Yeager $3,225 and lir bus band Wilson Yeager $225corn or does not seem unlikely that there May he a Radical change ill sewer rates in Danville raising the Tajo Page fee somewhat and wholly eliminating the annual rental. The general effect would i to lower the Cost of using tin Borough sewer. Heavy pressure is being brought by the Jiro Perty owners to effect a change in rates and Council it would seem is pretty evenly divided. At the last meeting an Oji Ilion of the Borough solicitor was read which ail Vised against such a change. At the same time it was decided by Council to take the matter up and to investigate it in All its bearings. In a few Days a joint meeting of the sewer committee the committee on ordinance and Jio Lioe and the Borough solicitor will he held to decide whether or not a change shall he made in the sewer rates. This May result in a wholly new Ordi sauce relating to sewers. At present in addition to the Taji Page fee of ten dollars additional yearly charges Are made for each Connes Tion which Are in part is follows for each dwelling store Shioji. Or office three dollars per year for each Rohlic Hall each restaurant or bottling works five dollars per year for each hotel ten dollars in a year. The highest yearly rental is for breweries Twenty live dollars. It is to the yearly charges that objection is urged. These together with the tajik Page fee it is claimed make the Cost prohibitive with Jie Ojile of moderate Means. The idea is to eliminate the annual charge and to raise the tajik Page fee. A reasonable limit of $25 or $2,o would to Sot for the latter so that while the Advance of tajik Page fee would to some extent compensate for the loss of rental the Burden of the a Iron Katy owner who availed himself of sewage would be materially lightened and lie would not for All time to burdened with a heavy rental. No one can to Coli jelled to connect with the sower Exco Jit where it can be shown that without such connection the Jire Mises becomes a nuisance. Only those voluntarily make connection who can afford to Jay any Jiricek for the luxury As one of the members in favor of a hanging the rates put it a a tax is thus Jda ced Union Good sanitation with the result that the splendid sewer which was designed for general use is limited to a few. It is True that at each meeting of Council there is one or More applications for sewer Extension. But it is shown that while two or More who Are generally the Jirrine movers get onto the sewer As quickly As possible the rest of the signers Are slow enough in connecting and often do not connect at All. If is held that with the yearly charges out of the Way and with a Tajo Page fee fixed to cover merely the Cost of labor and material in making the connection the sewer would come into general use and would be As a Mipalar in the second and fourth wards As it is in the first and third wards. It would not lie Long before the sewer would begin to Jay for itself by the increased Revenue from the water department due to the increased numbers of hath rooms and like conveniences that follow in the Wake of the sewer. Those Oij miso to the change of sewer rates Advance Many arguments. Any ordinance different from the present they urge would not he fair to the citizens of those wards into which the sewer has not yet extended. These citizens having none of tin benefits of the sewer should not lie expected to Bear the Burden which rather should be distributed among those who directly share the Benefit. It is especially urged in defense of the yearly charges that these Are needed to meet the alter expenses of extensions and of keeping the sewer in floor causes had fall. Mrs. G. F. Smith Mill Street met with a singular Accident about 4 of clock last evening As the result of which she was obliged to take her lied. Mrs. Smith was attending to some household duties on the rear porch when a Rotten Hoard gave Way lie neat 11 Lier weight and her left limb dropped Down through the a Gerture. As she fell her Hack struck Trio washing machine and in addition to the injury sustained on flu limb her Hack was very badly bruised by the Force of the blow. For a few moments her position was most terrifying and perilous. With her limb Imir ironed Between the hoards she Hung on the Edge of the Jorch clinging to a barrel for support. Liar Les schuster heard her cries for Bielji and lie ran to her Rescue. Before the woman could he released it was necessary to iry up another Hoard from the porch floor. Although not seriously injured so far As could he determined yet mrs. Smith sustained several a Duful abrasions and ii Iii a s and suffered considerably. The porch is elevated at some distance from the ground. The t readier on. Hoard although much decayed i Del neat h show a a i no eve i devices of weak id Oil t lie i l l no a m iss Alice Keefer of Sudbury. Is the guest of miss Margaret Cole Bloom Street. M iss Laura Essick of Bloomsburg Normal school was the guest Over sunday of the misses Ruth and Ava Gearhart. John Danner of Shamokin spent sunday with friends in this City. Edward Jennings of Scranton spent sunday with ins brother or 1 11. Jennings West Market Street. Or. And mrs. Frank Cromwell of Philadelphia arrived in this City saturday for a visit at the Home of the former smother mrs. Mary Cromwell Bloom Street. A. C. Feinour of Pittsburg spent sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. G. A. Rossman Pine Street. Miss Henrietta Lyon of Williamsport a Lieut sunday at the Home of her ister mrs. I. H. Jennings West Market Street. Or. And mrs. S. V. Border of Wil Laius Jairt spent sunday in this City As the guests of mrs. Borders j Arents or. And mrs to j. Rogers Mill Street. Mrs. James Riffel and daughter Catherine have left for a visit with the former a sister mrs. John my Gli culty at Harris Kansas. Mrs. Henry Reich of Cooper town so Bijj was a visitor in this City yesterday. Miss Helen Lyon of a Huoy City is visiting mrs. Eva Mayer lower Mulberry Street. Or. Aud mrs. Lewis Gross of Bloomsburg a Lieut yesterday with relat i ves in . Miss Miriam Smith of Middleburg student at the Bloomsburg Normal school was the guest yesterday afternoon of miss sue Sli Zudel. John l. Voris and son Jack of pottsgrove called on friends in this City yesterday. T. S. Pettijohn the Ente Getie Jiro Moter of the people s Telephone system left yesterday for his Home in 111 Quios. The misses Miriam Aud Alice a sold of Burkettsville Maryland Are guests at the Home of or. And mrs. George Rossman Pine Street. Or. Aud mrs. Clarence Rogers miss Frances Well i ver Harry Well i ver and Howard Lunger drove to Muncy yesterday afternoon in the welliver rambler car. Or. And mrs. John ick Esaud daughter Ida Aud Mary of Milton Are guests at the Home of i. F. Slattery Ash Street. Miss Martha Gibson is visiting at the Home of her aunt mrs. Samuel Worth Philadel Iliia. Mrs w. L. My cry will return to new York today after a visit at the Home of her sister mrs. F. E. Harpel ferry Street. Joy Brader will leave today for new York City after a several Days stay with relatives in this City. Or. Brader Lias accepted a position there. Miss Katherine Franciscus returned to Lewistown yesterday after a visit with miss Katherine Mccormick West Market Street. Or. And mrs. Clarence Rogers of Muncy so int yesterday with relatives in this City. Warren Gearhart of Berwick transacted business in this City yesterday. Miss Louisa Wolf of Hazleton is visiting at the Homo of l r. And mrs w. Paules Bloom Street. Miss Lucretia Rhodes who is taking a course in nursing at Bryn maw r Hospital arrived in Danville yesterday to spend a vacation at the Home of her grand father David Sli Elhart Centre organize. The share holders of the Peoples Telephone company Ziehl an important and enthusiastic meeting in Exchange Hall at Exchange on tuesday at which an organization was effected and other business t transacted. The following officers were elected president Hon. L. W. Welliver vice president or. J. E. Shuman Secretary 1. A. Cox treasurer j. W. Lowrie trustees Lloyd Bohoy Boyd tres Scot b. S. Hartruft Henry w. Shade i. Riffel b. C. Dennin and 0. E. Shires. A Constitution was drawn us it and adopted. There were about one Hundred share holders Jere sent at the meeting and an enthusiastic and progressive spirit a pervaded the proceedings that indicated that Progress will continue to he the watch word of the come Tauy in the future As it Lias been in the past. The company now Lias an extensive system in Ojie ratio taking in parts of Montour Columbia Northumberland and Lycoming counties. There Are 188 subscribers. 130 phones Are installed on 18 lines and construction work is under Way nearly All the time. George y. Mourer 1. L. Gruber Aud Asa Dei Ley supervisors of Montour township Columbia county Weie arrested tuesday eve for neglect of duty. The information which was lodged by Samuel Harman of Bloomsburg charges the above Fujier visors with neglect in keeping the roads of the Tow ship and especially the Road Between Evans farm and the county line near Grovania in proper Rej air. The Sujie visors waived a hearing before Justice of the peace Jacoby at Bloomsburg at 7 of clock tuesday and furnished Hail in one Hundred dollars Lor their appearance at court. The stretch of Road from Evans farm to Grovania runs parallel with the trolley track and those who have not had the agonizing experience of driving Over the Highway have no doubt noticed its condition while Riding in the trolley cars. The condition of the Roadway has been much commented upon. For Long stretches at a time Limestone unbroken has been dumped on Trio Road. The Stone in All sizes from that of a Brick to a cobble Stone lies spread Over the surface of the Road. The plan of the Thrifty Sujie visors is of course to follow the time honoured custom and let traffic break up and Wear Down the Stone. By this process of course a very Good Road is finally evolved although it is very hard on the unfortunate people who Are obliged to use the Highway for the first three months or so. It is not strange that in these Days when the tendency is toward Road improvement that a general protest should he entered and some method of Road urged that would conform with the requirements of the Law. The automobile its especially Are the loudest in their protests As the Road in its present state is practically prohibitive to rubber tires. It is stated that the a twists Are Hack of the Lirose cution Aud will Viress the matter until the Road is jut in better shape left behind were no. 8 Box calf Aud had a stumpy work Ajjie Araluce exceedingly suggestive of a Hobo wearer. The stockings were nearly work out and were saturated with water. The shoes were stained with mortar Aud there were chunks of the same adhering to the heels. This fact gave Rise to the theory that the burglar was a Workingman hut during yesterday it was discovered that during monday night some Oue had walked through the mortar Box at r. S. Ammermann a new barn almost in the rear of the shoe store where there is to Light sufficient to make the Way Clear. A tub of water near by showed where the person who had stumbled into the mortar had attempted to Cleau off his blocks on River Bridge. The Story from Catawissa relative to the bulging of the wooden pavement on the River Bridge As the result of the frequent radius which is printed in these columns elsewhere has a counterpart in a clipping from the Harrisburg Telegraph of june 19th, which describes a similar defect in the wooden jiving of Bine Street that City. Bine Street Harrisburg was paved by the United states Wood preserving come Tauy the same firm that put Down the paving on the River Bridge at this place and also at Catawissa. While the Jia lenient on the Bridge Here is tier factly sound and intact revealing to sign whatever of swelling As the result of Many rain the wooden blocks elsewhere it seems act quite differently. At Harrisburg the swelling and the consequent bulging was Moie marked if possible than at Catawissa. At the Corner of Bine and court streets the pavement bulged us three feet. A touring car while passing Over the damaged portion tuesday afternoon broke through and it was necessary to lift the car from the Hole. As a result of these unfavourable reports a close watch is being kept on tin jiving of our Bridge by a Good Many persons hut 11 p to the present not the least evidence of any such a defect can be detected. The Creo res in ated blocks used Here seemed to he of perfect Quality. They were so heavily charged with the ingredients that they readily Sank in water and every Block that fell overboard from the Bridge while building West to the Bottom of the River. It was charged at the time the paving was put Down on the Catawissa Bridge that the blocks were lighter than those used on the River Bridge Here. The whole affair is not discouraging to Danville As it serves to establish that our handsome Bridge is first class in All its Jiaras. in the a id the Beni Sylvania steel coins it a will build five of the largest open Hearth steel furnaces in tin world at its works at Steelton. They will Inch he of seventy five tons it Iju he Ity greater than any now in Exi genre. They will in ready for operation about the first of the new year Ltd a Hir Ltd ads ass latin it a. 1 i i a Lia it i a mid mad i Miat Ion i a. I it. Ire i i lid a a ail id it a it 11111 Wii Icli should have i to 11 11�>r at a recent meeting of the association i is from various districts Sioke enthusiastically of the Jirojt acts for throughout the county. Better roads will graduate in september. Word was received in this City yesterday that Randall Jacobs had been Cliitis ii us one of s7 in the senior i lass it Mir i in ill la states naval Academy at Annapolis to graduate next full. There Are Liili in the senior Elass and Kun Hlll is . In his class. There have been chosen s7 of the Elass to graduate next september while the rest will go of a cruise and receive their diplomas in party. Or. Aud mrs. Harry Pritchard held a pleasant party at their Home of e. Front Street tuesday even aug in lion or of their daughter Emma. Those present were Blanche English Bessie Bloom Barbara Bloom Maggie Kali Oer Mary Kashner Lizzie Jones Sara Jones Bertha Foust Olive boat Agues Hurley. Jenkins and Anna 1 mgr messes. July Mourer. Howard freeze William Vanhorn William rank William Jenkins Larry Seidel Ralph White Charles rear Grier Morgan Howard Boody John Jones George Jones Harry and David Pritchard. Mrs Jones and mrs. Pritchard. A delightful even aug was spent after which a supper was boldest of burglaries one of the boldest burglaries Ever committed in this Section took place in this City monday night. The shoe store of Andrew so hat z situated in the heart of town and fully equipped with a burglar alarm was broken into at half past eleven o clock with the Light dimly burning in the store the thief carefully selected forty three pairs of the most valuable shoes and after changing his own shoes and stockings which he left behind he gathered us his Booty and escaped leaving to clue to his identity. When John Kirgus entered by the front door tuesday morning he i at first much mystified he the apr a Arance of things. The first thing he encountered were several empty shoe boxes where lie least expected to find them the next thing that attracted his attention were several shoes that had been dragged out of the window Aud were lying on the floor. A glance around revealed More empty boxes and As the truth that burglars had been at work began to Dawn Union the Man lie entered upon a tour of investigation which resulted in finding an additional a it Ile of empty boxes in the Hack room and discovering that the rear windows had been broken open. The burglar had carefully selected his Booty and the manner in which he went about his work would indicate that he was no stranger of the j re to rises or at least was familiar we Atli the value of shoes and the ways of shoe dealers in arranging their goods of the shelves. Forty three pairs of shoes at least were stolen and these were selected from the entire Stock of goods a couple of pairs being taken from the shelves at Oue Wilace another Jirair from the shelf above Aud so of until there was not a shelf in the entire system around the store room that yesterday morning did not reveal gaps where shoes had been taken. The burglars Booty included fourteen pairs of menus Fine shoes the rest being women Saud misses shoes. Or. Schatz estimates his loss at about two Hundred dollars. The surprising Jojart of the whole affair is that or. Schatzl store is fully equip Ted with a burglar alarm that the alarm West off in regulation style Aud that notwithstanding the fact the burglar was enabled to proceed unmolested. Every night a Jim leaving the store or. Schatz is careful to connect the burglar alarm after which it is Imp Gissible to of it eur any of the doors or to raise any of the windows without the alarm going off. The alarm was in Good working order monday night. When the burglar West in at the rear windows it went off Clear Aud distinct. Hon. S. Ammerman who resides of Oue Side of the store and Register and recorder Vav. L. Sidler whose property adjoins on the other Side both heard the alarm. It was then Only half past eleven of clock aug a neither of the men associated the alarm with a burglar at that hour but thought it must he or. Schatz himself belated at the store who caused the alarm to sound. The burglar must have relied wholly upon the Early hour of the night to disarm suspicion otherwise with the burglar alarm heating its Lively Tattoo in front of the store he probably would not have ventured to enter the store. As it is the fellow must have been a Man of infinite nerve. Once inside the store he a proceeded in the most deliberate Aud leisurely was selecting ouly such goods As lie wanted even Craw ling into the window in full View of pedestrians still passing Aud taking Liis pick there of the fancy foot Wear of display. That he added to Liis recklessness a sense of humor is revealed by the fact that lie sat Down Anil took off his shoes and stockings evidently Reni lacing the shoes with a pair from the store. The burglar succeeded in forcing an Entrance through the windows first by breaking the slats which enabled him to Rea it i through and unfasten the Blind. Next by Means of a Jimmy he forced the window upward. A desk stood against the window on the inside and this the burglar in gaining admittance Jiu shed to one Side. In Leav ing the store the burglar passed out the rear door which was easily unfastened from the inside. The door i Rosier he closed after him but the screen door usually fastened was left swinging open. Whether there was More than one burglar or not is a matter of a doubt. Forty three Jia irs of shoes would constitute a j re try Good la it Al for Oue Man but there is no evidence that one Man a lid not get away with the Booty. As to the burglar there is no Drift Wood in the River. One fact brought out by the rising in the River this year is that the a lays of Driftwood Are past As to More Timber is seen running with every slight Rise As was the Case in years gone by. The scenes of years ago when Boatmen by the dozen made a business of catching Driftwood Good lumber Ami Timber of All kinds which came floating Down Are recalled and the question is asked Why is there no Driftwood in the River at the present Day this is explained in the fact that the Timber along the River is All cleared out Ami there Are to More lumber Camps. Then too it is sail that the ice Gorge and floods of 1904 so thoroughly swept the Bauks of the River that there is very Little Brush logs Ami rubbish of to be Suejit Down with each slight Job printing the office of the being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner. Job printing of All kinds and description ready for roof by july 1st the Walls of f. Q. Hartman a silk Mill in Riverside Are now rapidly approaching completion and the unt inish cd Structure is becoming quite a conspicuous object visible from Many different Points. The Brick work All around the building Lias risen nearly to a level with the Toj of the door and window frames All of which have been in xxi Sitison for a week or More p t-1 c. H. Ammer Man who has charge of the brickwork yesterday stated that by july 1st the building would to Douch be ready for the roof. From that Point on building will a it Rocee a very rapidly. Work on the roof and the flooring will soon be out of the Way after which the machinery will he installed. Long before autumn according to present indications the new Mill will he in Otrera Tion. The building is built along lines that have Especial reference to solidity and strength. Instead of a thirteen Inch Wall or even thinner As is often employed in structures of that sort or. Hartman is building a Wall eighteen inches thick the outer course of which is composed of Keims Best red Brick and the remainder of the w All of fire Brick obtained at the Bessemer blast France. The effect is to give the Interior of the Mill a Light or drab a Jie Arance. Three Walls of solid masonry foundation High sixteen feet apart extend through the Middle of the Plant the whole length. Of these Walls already rest the Mavy Oak sleepers that will sup sort the floor system. In Souie of the other Mills the floors along the Center of the building Are supported on Jivers hut or. Hartman has Learned by experience How to construct floors that will carry the heaviest machinery without Auy of the evidences of weakness that often prove a source of trouble. The silk Mill will not he deficient in Light if a multiplicity of windows count for anything. In the building 130x47 feet there Are just forty one windows Aud three doors. The boiler House which will also contain the engine will he built at the rear or Western end of the Mill. Tie foundation Walls for this 27x47 feet Are nearly completed. This Annex like the main Structure will he built of action is yet taken. The old canal which ordinarily is bail enough one to the frequent Rains this season seems doubly offensive. The accumulation of objectionable matter is constantly increasing while in addition every foot of the Bottom has become soggy and foul and fermenting under the Sun exhales noxious Aud disease Breeding eff Luvia which frequently at night is Little Short of nauseating. At the last term of court the old ditch was returned by the Constable of the first Ward As a nuisance. This was a new method of dealing with the problem and there were to doubt some people who thought the measure would be productive of results. Judge Evans promptly referred tie matter to the District attorney to take such action As might he necessary in the premises. What course was Jieu for the District attorney was not exactly Clear to anybody and it will hardly he a matter of Surprise to learn that at this a late three weeks after court nothing has been act of Plishek la that no step is have been taken in the matter. It is a question of expediency whether the d. L. Amp w. Railroad com Pauy should have been returned to court or the Borough of Danville for permitting the owners of the canal to maintain the nuisance. District attorney c. B. Gearhart yesterday acknowledged that it was exceedingly doubtful whether anything looking to the abolishment of the canal would he a complis lied under the present Mode of drank carbolic acid. With an empty carbolic acid bottle in tier hand and unconscious from the contents of the bottle which she had drunk mrs. Clyde Van Horn of Benton was found by searchers in a secluded spot on the farm of her son Elmer Van Horn in Green won a town a Lii Columbia county where she was visiting at the time. Mrs. Van Horn and her husband had themselves lived in Greenwood up to two months ago when they removed to Benton. Tues Lay afternoon she made a trip to Greenwood to spend a few Days with her son and from her first arrival it was notice a that she was in a melancholy state. As she had been Loiue Wlms ailing for the Piast two years nothing was thought of this however until she West out of the House in the evening about 8 of clock Aud failed to return. After a half hour had Elan sed the family became Aux ious and search was instituted and after a two hours search the need woman was a discovered in a secluded Corner Ltd of the Feuce fifty Yards from the House lying unconscious. A l2 ounce carbolic acid a vial in her baud told the Story. Drs. Hess of it Disburg Aud Sebuu of Millville were summoned a pump was called into use Ami after the physicians had worked until 5 a. M. Yesterday morning mrs. Van Horn partly regain ii consciousness hut in a half hour again Laj ised into a state of unconsciousness. The unfortunate lady remained us conscious All Day yesterday Aud last night her life was despaired of

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