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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - March 11, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaIt Menean vol. 55�?no 10danville pa., thursday. March 11, 1909 established in 1855 or. Irving h. Jennings dkn118t. Office court a. M. To 12 m. 104 Mill �it., 1 p. M. To 4 p. .1/. Danville a Mhz Ltd n. 425 Mill st., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestine a special items condensed. While Saranel to. Kistler aged 5 a ears of Kistler Valley near Bethlehem was on thursday playing with his brother and sister when lie fell into a Tab of hot water and was scalded to death. A Niue Howell of Bethlehem while under the influence of liquor thursday stole several bolts of lace in m. H Kresge a a store but was seen and arrested. On his was to jail he said a that was a dear drink i took restaurant proprietors of Reading have complained to councils against the permission of lunch wagons to do business on the principal streets and the Law and ordinance committee of councils is giving the problem consideration. While William Youncs of Wilkes Barre was recently attempting to place a Annle of a Cage to lower it into a mine the animal kicked him of the face. Lockjaw developed five Days ago and on thursday he died in great agony. By the breaking of parts of the big Blooming Mill at the South Sharon works of the Carnegie steel company on thursday work which had been just begun that morning was suddenly stopped and cannot he resumed for about a month. Mrs. Mary Drake of Coudersport who was accused of having tied her Ward Irene Marvin aged 7 years and then flogged her with a horse whip pleaded guilty of thursday before court and was sentenced to seven months in the Potter county jail. Cassius Brockaway an aged Anil wealthy Farmer living four Miles from Greenville Mercer county was tortured by burglars on wednesday night and robbed of some Money a Gold watch and Chain and other valuables. His recovery is doubtful. Edward Colston the aged watchman at Knott Nan a knitting inill9, in Norristown who was brutally assaulted and struck in the Eye with a piece of Iron pipe a few nights ago by some burglars who had entered the Mill had his injured Eye removed of thursday in the Hope of saving his life. Two italians were working in a sewer on Germantown Avenue. Philadelphia on thursday that had become clogged and after removing a Large amount of the refuse the water Sud Denly burst non them and carried them Down drowning both. John 17 years of Greim Erville Lehigh county while assisting to thresh Grain on Henry Lehr a Fountain farm on thursday got too near the Bolt and was caught and whirled around the Large Fly wheel. His left Arm was torn out of its socket at the shoulder and the right Arm broken making his condition critical. Mrs. T. Scott Dunn of Connellsville had a piece of Needle deeply impeded in one of her angers which caused her much trouble when by the approval of her physician she went to the Sligo Iron and steel Mills thursday where the in flared part was placed against the giant electro Magnet and almost immediately the piece of the Needle appeared at the surface. Jacob Mcallister a prominent Farmer of Pequero township Lancaster county was arrested on saturday on a charge of having a rued his barn which was destroyed on january 15. This is the third arrest of persons of fair reputation in that locality Tunde recently on the charge of arson. Or. Ellamina graft in of Oatlean Una Lehigh county who died a few Days ago in her will decreeing her estate to her husband Trade this Itaipu lation a if i should die of Henrt disease my husband cannot marry again but if i die of a lingering disease then he May marry. A residents of Kutztown Berks county have filed petitions in the of duty court ror a greater Kutztown by taking in the Kutztown Park fair grounds and several farms increasing its area from 175 to 742 acres and adding 1,000 persons to its present population of 2,000. Philip s. Baker of Stowe. Montgomery county caught a sucker in Mao Tawney Creek a few Days ago that measured 19, inches in length the largest of its kind Ever seen there. The state Normal school at blooms bring. Pa., will open for the Spring term on monday March 20th, 1900. The laboratories Library and gymnasium the new Halls of the literary societies and the Model school Are pleasing to All Earnest students. For further information address d. J Waller. Jr., principal. Tiie new Council held its first regular meeting Friday eve. The following members were present Lobatz Cleaver. I Uligan Pursel lies Jones Everhart Duetsoh Marshall sorry you Holley and von Blohn. Of motion of or. Finnigan it was ordered Itiat the permit to extend the sewer system of town granted by the state of health last july be recorded at the court House Aud that the Borough make application for an Extension of time in the order relating to the construct Cir a of a sewage disposal Plant. Borough electrician Newton Smith presented his report for the month which showed that no tons of Coal at a Cost of $210 was consumed. The total Cost of operation was $354.53. The Plant was in operate on 344 hours 20 minutes or. P a a Newbaker president of the Board of health addressed Council on the subject of milk licenses. Most of the dairymen he said have paid up. But several Are in arrears while still others dispute the boroughs right to tax them for Selling milk As they allege. They produce on their own farms All the milk they sell. On this ground they refuse to . On motion it was ordered that the matter of milk License be referred to the committee of Law to act in conjunction with the Hoard of health. Of motion of or. Purse i. W. ,1 Williams was elected As permit clerk for the ensuing year at a salary of $100 per year. On motion of or Duetsoh it was ordered that Market he held on Mou Day. April 26li instep 1 of on tuesday the 27th, tie Day following owing to the Odd Fellows anniversary which occurs of the latter Date. Or. Cou Holley called councils at Tentou to the necessity of painting i City Hall he also stated that Fallon i Bros desire a building permit. On motion Hotiu matters were referred to the building committee. On motion of or. Marshall it was ordered that a new floor be Laid in the Odd Fellows rooms in City Hall. On motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that the Borough furnish electricity on the night of april 27h for the purpose of illuminating the Odd Fellows Arch Over Mill Street in front of City Hall. The president announced the following committees for tiie coining coup cil manic year finance Pursel Marshall and ilex. Streets and Bridges Cleaver Marshall Jones and Yon Blohn. Printing Everhart Cleaver and a Iones. Market Duetsoh Jones find inn and Yon Blohn water Duetsoh Finnigan Jones and sorry. Sewerage Everhart Connolley lies and Dentsch. Law Pursel Marshall Connolley and Curry. Fire Everhart Norry Finnigan and von Blohn. Light Connolley Cleaver Curry and lies. Building Porsel Finnigan Aud lies. Public property and Public improvement Marshall Everhart Cleaver and Yon Blohn. Public safety Duetsoh Cleaver you Holley Aud lies. Public surveys Pursel Finnigan and carry. Public health Pursel Everhart you Holley and Marshall. Bills and accounts Jones Curry and lies. The following Bills were approved for payment by Council Borough depot. Regular employees. $127.50 b. B. Brown. 15.1x1 Peoples Coal Yard. 4.85 labor and hauling. ,63. °3 j. H. Cole. 17.83 James Gibson. 15.00 Walker pfc Kepler. 21.25 p. Amp r. Coal amp Iron co .2.50 Washington fire co. 2,35 United Tel amp Tel. Co fio Frank sell ram. 7.02 John Hixson. 23.95 Samuel Mills. 8.70 water Dep t. J regular employees .$150.20 a Washington fire co 5 60 p. H. Foust. 57.60 Adams express co. 50 Frank Sohram. 1.40 j. H. Cole. 1.75 p. Amp r. Coal amp Iron go. 107.78 Friendship fire co. 30 73 Samuel Sair Sunry .75 Elisha Bell. 4.50 m the school Board held a regular meeting monday the following members being present Pursel Orth Barber Swarts Burns. Redding Lloyd Fischer fish Oole and ii eiss. Or. Fischer of the building and repair committee reported that the electric fire alarm installed in the school buildings last fall is out of repair. In the fourth Ward the system can not be used at All to urged that something he done to the cud that the Hells might be placed in commission. Or. Burns reported that the electric aim in system in the second Ward school building Falls to work also and he ventured the opinion that the batteries Are weak. Or Barber reported that j. W. Wal Lize who installed the system some time ago promised that to would examine the system and put it in Good working order. Up to the present however nothing has been done. Or. Barber declared that the school Hoard owes it to the patrons of the school that the fire alarm system be kept in Good working order. Of motion of or. Burns it was ordered that a competent Man be employed to overhaul the system and put it in Good working order. On motion of or. Fischer it was ordered that the Supply committee be authorized to Purchase two dozen chairs for use in school rooms selecting from samples of hand in the directors room. System of penmanship. Or. Burns introduced the subject of w rating is now practice in the Public schools of Danville recommending the introduction of a new. Preferably a slant system in place of the vertical system now taught. It w is called to the attention of to e Board that the vertical system now in use in the lower school a gives place in the High school con Merical department to the slant system which is required in the business world. Both professor die feul Cher and professor Rill expressed themselves in favor of the slant system claiming that the other system is unnatural and produces very few Good Penman. The matter was placed in the hands of a committee which will report at the next meeting. The following Bills were approved for payment p. A. Winters. F a. H. Grove. B. B. Brown Hall amp Moo ready. U. 8. Express co. W. H. Orth. Scott Foresman amp co. A Undrwood Type writer co w. A. Brown. Standard Gas go teachers Aud janitors. I .60 4.05 9.10 .92 1.50 50.00 27.00 1.60 2.91 6.62 1851 50dedicate Monument on memorial Day met Smial Day which this year Falls on May 31st, was monday eve chosen As the Date for the dedication of the imposing Shaft which now stands nearly completed in memorial Park As a fitting tribute to the soldiers Aud sailors of Montour county who pc night to save the Union. In selecting a a late for the dedication the committee was confronted with a difficult ask. April 9th, the Date of Leeds surrender was a Day that would have been appropriate but that the Date this year Falls on Good Friday. April 26th, the a Lato of Johnson s another Day that might have been considered had not the Day already been reserved for the meeting in his City of the Odd Fellows anniversary association. The Only other appropriate occasion he tween now Aud tiie 1th of Jelv was memorial Day. The committee is now ready to push to completion definite plans for elaborate Ami fitting dedication ceremonies. Or. Sechler returns. W. A. Sechler general n manager it the Danville stove and manufacturing company accompanied by his if. Last evening returner Home from Hof Springs ark., where he had h in sojourning for a month. Or. So cd Ler who had been ill of rheumatism a been much Beu fitted by the to be 5entenc�d monday word was received in this cite monday that judge Lynch of the Luzerne county Al Neil next Mou a Lay morning of 10 of clock As the time for sentencing Peter Dietrich who is now Corii Iurii in the jail at Wilkes Barre. Having been convicted of vol Usu Ira manslaughter there last fall there is a possibility that Dietrich Mav again Speal but a lie decision of this Pont w ill not he definitely known until after Geist flute has been pronounced attending s s. Conference Rev. O. D Orch pre id it of f e Montour county hour Ian school association attended the sea inns of the second a non 1 a a inference it the pres4 do no Rhi d m c Anes a f the Enn nov As so Lati a a s w i o Hoard of do Rei it is f tiie s t a go hash shool he a a Cim to a ii no 1� a Ina a a to tuesday an wed so v the action taken by Council Friday night in ordering that the re Inisi Tion relating to the Extension of the sewer system in the Borough be recorded at the court House and that an application for an Extension of time be Mado by Council constituted the first definite action taken relative to the preparation of the plans for Public sewage disposal As required by the stare department of health for its approval. Tiie requisition when received last july was accompanied with instructions to the effect that it should be recorded. The last Council at no time seemed in favor of complying with Liis request the prevailing sentiment among tiie members seem aug to be that by Sach action Council would be committing itself to construct a sewage disposal Plant at a time when Tho Bor Dougli is not in circumstances to stand such an expenditure. Toward the close of tin Council Mario year or. Dixon state commissioner of health satisfying himself that the permit or requisition had not been recorded sent a communication to cont in asking Why his order had not been carried out. Pur Suant to instructions from Council or. Dixon was informed that the requisition had been Laid on the table and he was begged that the matter might be permitted to rest a few weeks longer. Until the new Council came in. This was the Statos of the affair when Borough solicitor Gearhart at the last meeting presented a communication explaining that he had Given the matter most serious consideration nod was constrained to suggest that definite action he taken it once. He suggested that an Effort be made to get an Extension of time beyond the first of july next placing such application of the Solo grounds of Lack of funds furnishing or. Dix on with some details of the limited taxing Power of the Borough to show that Council is disposed to comply with All reasonable requests the solicitor urged that the re it Iii Sitison already received should be duly recorded As required by the department. Tiie state department of health is making similar requisitions of other Pennsylvania cities and towns located on in Olio streams and the Borough solicitor fails to see that any substantial advantage is to be gained by further failure and refusal to record the re a Luisi Tion. He admits that the state itself through the Hospital for the insane is polluting the River also that Public sewage disposal is yet in an experimental stage of development but these facts he assures Council. Would not Appeal to the state department of health. The solicitor concedes that sewage disposal is the most stupendous and intricate prob Han Itiat has Ever yet been submitted to any Council of this Borough Aud As such he declares a it should receive the most thoughtful consideration at onco and before the staff department of health is led to a further exercise of the arbitrary Power with which it is vested by continuing the solicitor states a it must be very Clear that if this Borough is compelled to prepare the required plan and completo the sewage disposal Plant without any Extension of time in will not have one available cent for Street paving or other substantial improvement. The most deplorable fact of All is that the car rent expenses of operating the Best systems yet devised even after their plants Are constructed is bound to paralyse the financial resources of every municipality afflicted with such a Burden. The Mere Cost of operation of wage disposal plants has staggered the wealthy City of Williamsport and has put the sewage disposal Plant of the City of Reading out of commission entirely. A Tatto Trotalli summer oort convened monday morning at 10 of look. His Honor judge Evans and the two associates Blee and Wel liver were on the Bench. The of stables of the Donn to presented their returns. Judge Evans scanned each paper carefully Aud then announced that Tipiere seemed to he no violations of the Law All of Shioli lie said was very Gratifying. At this juncture tiie court created Sorn Surprise by calling tiie following constables before court w. E. Young of the first Ward of Dauville William Jones second . B. Brown third Ward Andrew Billmeyer Liberty township Pierce Gearhart Valley township Charles Hollabaugh Derry township Amos Albeck. Valley township. Addressing each Constable separately the judge Haskeil him whether he had complied with tie act of Assembly by visiting each licensed House once every month since the last term of court Aud noting whether or not there were Auy violations of the Law a few of the constables were not sure that they had made monthly visits but they nil Iliad kept an Eye of the drinking places and were quite confident that there were no violations. Judge Evans mildly rebuked the constables who failed to make monthly visits to the hotels and saloons. He told Thorn that they were failing to obey the requirements of the act of Assembly and conus eled them to be More careful to live up to tie letter of the Law in Tho future. Proceeding the judge remarked a it is strange that reports of violations of the liquor Law in the several wards and townships represented should continually come to my ears in Berwick and that Yoa constables w to Are of the ground should know nothing about such continuing judge Evans remarked that lie was constrained to believe Itiat toe liquor Law is being violated every sunday in Danville. The constables assured the court that if Auy violations went unreported it was through to collusion or con scions neglect on their part. Benton h. Brown explained Itiat reports of violations in the third Ward had been made to Itiat in Sacii a ase tie persons reporting the matter had refused to Back up their state meats and he had been unable to get hold of incriminating information from any source. Judge Klaus the constables in snob cases to take tiie name of the person alleging violations of liquor Law and directed that no mat ter How unwilling he might be. Tin informant be subpoenaed As a witness Aud forced to Tell what to knows. The list of constables is As follows Anthony township Arnos Albeck Lime sue township. Charles gouger Derry township Charles Hollabaugh Valley township Pierce Gearhart West Hemlock township m. A. Gear Hart Liberty township Andrew Billmeyer Cooper township Brace Plocki Mayberry township. Walter Yongho Washingto Nellle. Mcclellan Diehl Danville first Ward w. E. Yonng second Ward. William Jones third . B. Brown fourth Ward Benjamin Cook. The court a bounced the appointment of j w. Jackson As Constable of West Hemlock township the regular incumbent being enable to serve longer. A Short session was held in the afternoon after which court adjourned until next saturday. State testing on readers will be gratified to learn that a thorough and systematic test of the parity of on water Supply along with that of the Hospital for the insane is being made he the state department of health. The test will embrace a succession of Days and will establish beyond the Shadow of a doubt whether or not our water is pure and fit to be used for drinking Aud culinary purposes. Messes. F. Fletcher and k e Irvin of Harrisburg who Are working under Clinef Engineer Snow were in this oily yesterday and made All arrangements for putting the test into operation. At noon or. Irvin left for har risen re but or. Fletcher remained to conduct the tests. At the Montour ipod of he was interviewed by a news represent Ativo Jaud he explained hot a a searching and decisive the trial will be. It is True our River water has been Analysed on different occasions in the past but the samples taken generally consisted of a single phial of water taken from the Reservoir after it was filtered. To this on one or More occasions were added a Sample of raw water and of water Liakou from a tap in tie City. It is the purpose of the state department of health in the Presont instance to obtain water from All three soirees and to it it continue the process Day after Day until Twenty four samples Are obtained meanwhile closely observing the mechanical operation of the Plant to determine what degree of efficiency is attained. The state department of Hent i is especially interested in tiie analysis of raw water As the test being made in this relation will reveal to what extent the River is polluted with sewage Aud will no doubt influence tiie state in its action relating to sewage disposal. At the same time that lie is conducting the tests in thin City or. Fletcher will be taking samples at the filter Plaut at tiie Hospital for the insane. The number of samples taken there will be the same As in this of Tyr Twenty four. Water will be taken not Only from the River and taps in town or at the Hospital build aug but also at the in let of each of the filter tuba employed. The samples from both places As soon As taken Sacii Day will be carefully sealed Aud sent by express to the state Laboratory for analysis. The final result will be awaited with great races next summer last sad rites performed Washington d. A. March 10. President Taft has Given final indication that lie is going to make a trip to the Pacific coast and possibly to Alaska before he starts in Tho two Mouths tour of the South which he Lias promised to make. He told the senators from Utah hat he will attend Tho g. A. R. Encampment at Salt Lake City some time Between aug St 9 and 14. He will attend also the trans Mississippi convention at Denver and the a Laska Yukon exposition at Seattle afterwards he will make a trip along the Pacific coast Aud if there is time will go to some alaskan port or tafts Southern tour will begin about the Middle of september and Mav be extended two months he will via a every Southern state. Including the trip to the Lake Champlain ter Oeor Euary in july or. Taft will travel practically All the time Between the ending of the extra session and the re Guiar session of Congress in december. Thirty women have been nominated for place it s on the school Board in Philadelphia. George a. The Little son of or. Aud mrs. B. A. Musselman Whoso death occurred last saturday was consigned to the Grant in Odd Fellows cemetery tuesday afternoon the funeral took place from the family residence on Church Street at 2 of clock. Tho services were conducted by Rev. L. Dow Ott. Pastor of Trinity m. E Church assisted by the Rev. L d Ulrich pastor of Trinity lutheran Church. The pall bearers were j b. Cleaver Harris Kenninger Raymond Pierce and Clarence Herman. The Flowers were very Beautiful Aud comprised a most touching tribute. Among the Flowers were offerings from the school attended by Little George and the school in the next Grade above among those from ont of town who attended the funeral were mrs. H. H. Yorgy and mrs. Hartman of Wilkes Barre mrs. William Thomas of Kingston or. And mrs. Hoover of Shamokin and mrs. Newhart of san Bury. Mrs. Nary Russell. After a illness of a week mrs. Mary Russell died at the Home of her Nephew Seymour stauffer in Hemlock township Colombia county tuesday morning mrs Russell was 75 years of age. The funeral will be held at her Date residence this morning at 9 of clock and the interment will to made at the cemetery at Dontoh Hill Marathon races will be a feature of athletics in Danville the coming season. Several leading spirits among whom is or. J. Beaver Gearhart Are talking tiie matter up and plans Are already timing discussed. A vast amount of enthusiasm Lias been created among the Young athletes of Danville who comprise in their number Many Good runners. The Marathon or Long distance races Are becoming very popular throughout the length and breadth of the country. The proposed races hero will he kept Down to the Teu mile limit Aud will take in the entire distance he tween Dauville and Bloo Insburg or the distance from Danville to Grov Ania and return. If the former course is selected the runners will Start at the Public Fountain at Bloomsburg and finish at the court House at Dauville. In that event there will la a a a a control he tween Bloo Insburg Aud Grovania and another Between Grovania Aud Dauville. Should it Hadi it cider a to make tiie Start and finish at Danville there will he a a a control at Grovania Aud another Between Grovania Ami Dauville an automobile will follow the routes Tauts. Which course shall be selected will be decided in u very Short time. Tiie first rate will probably i run on saturday. May 1st, at 1 80 p m. The contestants who should not sex exod Twenty in number must be Over sixteen years of age and stand a suitable physical examination they must be residents of Dauville. A Small Entrance fee will be required. The prizes will consist of suitable medals which will he the permanent Possession of the i users. The arrangements Are by no Means final and May he changed. Entrance Blanks will be Funru Islieb in time for the event. Pursuant to action taken by the Borough Council at its last meeting some seventy five citizens assembled in the court Honse last night to consider some matters relating to sewage disposal. The meeting was called to order by president of Council Oshatz. Who explained the object of meeting Ami introduced Borough solicitor Edward s. Gearhart. Or. Gearhart spoke at considerable length. To reviewed Liat the Borough of Danville Lias done to secure pure water As Well As what has been done by the state with the same object in View. The state at onetime sunk pipe in the River Bottom for the purpose of conducting the sewage from the Hospital to a Point below the water works which pipe or. Gearhart facetiously i ailed Danville so first sewage disposal the pipe in the River like 1 three other methods of sewage disposal experimented with at the Hospital pronounced a a monumental the Pipo was finally dug up and told for or pfc. In face of these failures and the extent to which our water Supply has been polluted in consequence by the state or. Gearhart de flared it is both unjust and inconsistent on the part of the state department of health to require our Borough to construct a sewage disposal Plant at this time. He demonstrated that Danville has not and never will have the financial Means or taxing Power to build a sewage disposal Plant. The Only remedy at present would seem to lie in the erection of a joint Plant for the Hospital and the town As Lias been pro Joseil at Norristown. Former Burgess Rogers spoke Brief in advocating that a committee be sent to Harrisburg to try to obtain an Extension of time Aud see if anything can be done toward bringing about a joint sewage disposal Plant. Or. P. C. New Baker said that be does not think that a single Case of sickness Ever Ocie urged in Danville that could lie attributed to the water Supply. He does not favor expending Auy Money for experimenting with sewage disposal. Frank 5. Schoch spoke at length. As Long As the state continues to pollute the River lie denied its right to compel on Borough to remove its sew i or from the River. At conclusion he was loudly applauded. Rev. A. B. Still spoke substantially to the same effect. George Reifsnyder went on record As opposed to a Peru aug Auy Money of sewage disposal As Long As the Hospital continues to pollute the River. Neither is he in favor of a joint Plant. J. H. Cole under the Sircum Stanica does not see the Justice of compelling Dauville to go to the expense of in stalling a sewage disposal Plant. Us motion a committee was appointed to go to Harrisburg Aud wait upon or. Dixon. Tiie following were chosen i. X. Grier esq., e. S. Gearhart. Esq., or. P. C. New Baber and George f. Reifsnyder. Chief Burgess a. O. Amesbury and president of Council Andrew Schatz will accompany the committee. The committee Choeu will meet in Council chamber at 8 of Cloi k Toui gift to make arrange meets for the trip to Harrisburg. Before adjourning president Schatz announced that a meeting will be held subsequently to organize a Board of Trade. Sick from Church supper. A cupper was Given sit Nadav night in North Wales Montgomery comity for the Benefit of the methodist episcopal Church and by sunday mar plug a Large number of the five Hundred in attendance were very sick and doctor were hurriedly called by scores of sufferers. There were symptoms of Tomaine poisoning believed to have been caused by Chicken patties and canned Green peas. Not Many cases were very Are loud and bitter the necessity of Street improvement throughout the Borough was never More keenly Felt than at present. The melting Snow and the rain which followed have produced a deep mud which at a Good Many places not Only makes driving difficult but also renders walking unpleasant. The streets Are Cut up into deep rats while the crossing stones Are buried under the mud. Conditions Are nowhere worse than in the Eastern Pait of the Borough on East Market East front and Gran streets. Here while walking Over the Crossings pedestrians Are Apt to get into the mud half Over shoe tops. Wholesale repairs taking in not Only roadways with Crossings but also the sidewalks have been contemplated but Council for a couple of years past but have been held up with the Hope that the Borough by Aud by could see its was Clear to enter upon Street paving in Itiat part of town. Citizens declare that the limit has Heel reached and complaints Are loud and bitter died of Uriel at 75. At Sharon Mercer county mrs. Sarah Cro Turnan died saturday night aged 75 years and grief Over her death caused the death of her husband k. C. Grossman on sunday night at the age of 78 years
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