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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - March 12, 1908, Danville, PennsylvaniaMenean vol. 54�?no. 11danville, pa., thursday. March 12, 1908 established in 1855 do. Irving h. Jennings Dan l 1st. Office Honre a. M. To i m �04 Mill tit., i p. M. To 4 p. H. Danville a. Shultz m. 425 Mill St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestine a special items condensed. The York benevolent association has helped to feed 800 families and furnish 600 tons of Coal during the past Winter to the needy. A Herd of eighteen Dairy cows on a farm in Barri Uptou York county have been condemned to be killed for being infected with tuberculosis. York county has a candidate for the legislature who makes one claim for his nomination that he has been a party worker for forty years and has never had an Ollice. The police of Bristol Bucks county Are going about the town shooting dogs that Are found without muzzles and fourteen were killed thursday. Fleetwood Berks county is to have a new stove foundry As soon As the buildings can be erected and stoves of a new desing Are to be made. A movement has been inaugurated by the Lancaster county medical society representing 140 out of the 200 physicians in the county to have All the Borough and township boards of health modify their regulations so As to conform with the requirements of the state health department. Irwin Shirrey a Young Farmer of Mou Mcacy Berks county while shredding Corn fodder on thursday got entangled in a rope which had been left dangling Over the machine and was drawn against the shredder which Cut him badly indicting injuries that May prove fatal. The summer country Home of mrs. O. S. Abrams of Philadelphia located near Hatboro Montogmery county it Lias just been discovered has Heel ransacked by thieves who entered every room and locks on doors bureaus and Chiffo Niers were broken and Many articles not carried away were badly damaged. On Friday night two coloured men stole about 400 chickens from the Hennery of mrs. Margaret White near Bryn mawr Montgomery county. Gliomas White a son came Home from the town As they were loading them on their Wagon and when questioned about it they said they had bought them from his Mother so they were allowed to continue their thieving. An Appeal to Superior court from the decision of judge James m. Gallu eath of Butler that the Brooks License Law is constitutional was taken by the anti License advocates on saturday. Lieutenant Oharles Fenerstein. Who has command of troop b of the state constabulary stationed at Wyoming is urging the Purchase of a High Power automobile for the use of the Force. During last year the troopers travelled 136,888 Miles and made 1,005 arrests. Miss Stewart the treasurer of the Mercer Hospital who refused to allow the books of the institution to be audited has been Given time until March 14 by auditor general Young to produce them at the Cape Tol and if she persists in refusing she will be sent to jail. Rov. Or. Russel Vonwell. President of the Temple University in Philadelphia sailed on saturday for Liverpool Coom paused by mrs Vonwell and mrs. J. Lewis Prozor. While in Europe or. Vonwell will visit All the leading universities to ascertain what is being Dono for the advancement of the working Man. The towboat Stella Morgan and two Coal boats broke from their moorings and went Over the darn at lock no. 2. In the Monongahela River at port Perry Allegheny county on saturday evening. Fourteen of the Crew were on the towboat a it a John Bash fireman aged 27 years of it. Washington and a a red Lareu it deck hand aged 25, of Pittsburg we i a drowned. About a score of children were in bored on Friday at the Hays Borough school near Pittsburg during a Patio caused by a fire alarm intended As a Drill to the pupils. Miss Black the principal had just completed describing the Collinwood disaster and then unobserved pulled the fire Gong while the Papilla were excited Over what they had been told and a panic was the result. A a new High school building is to be erected at new Castle Lawrence county this year at an estimated Cost of 1800,000. State Sofii oils Are investigating a charge that Money donated by the state for the Relief of firemen injured at fires has been misappropriated and used for other Borough purposes in a number of towns in Schuylkill county. 1 general interest at the session of Council Friday night entered on the appointment of committees. Thi9 is a feature of the proceedings that does not Appeal very strongly to the Geuer Al Public although to the members of Council it Means a great Deal. The committees vary much in their importance. A few of them hold the very reins of municipal government in their hands and by their recommendations As it Wero decide the policy of the Borough As to expenditure of Money and entering upon improvements along various lines. The greater number however have to do with the Mere perfunctory administration of affairs in the different departments. Naturally therefore to be chosen on one of the More important committees especially if Given a chairmanship is an Honor most highly esteemed. It was not until the chairman of Council made his appointments last night that the members know How the committees would be arranged. Following Are the appointments finance Jas. Finnigan robot. B. Purse j. B. Cleaver. Printing a. O. Angle John l. Russell Janies m. Jones. Water robot. B. Pursel Jas. Finnigan w. L. Deutsch Jas. M. Jones. Law a. O. Angle robot. B. Pur Sel we. H. Moyer j. B. Cleaver. Light we. H. Moyer a. O. Angle Ira c. Everhard a. L. Dent Sci. Public property amp Public improvements Ira o. Everhard. A. O. Angle John Marshall John l. Russell. Public . Deutsch Jas. Finnigan a. O. Angle Jas. M. Jones. Streets amp Bridges robot. B. Pursel w. L. Deutsch j. B. Cleaver Jas. Gonzo Ley. Or. Market a. L. Deutsch John l. Russell j. B. Cleaver Jas. Connolley or. Sewerage we. H. Moyer Jas. Finnigan. A. C. Angle John Marshall. Fire John l. Russell Jas. Fin Ubigau John Marshall Jas. M. Jones. Building John l. Russell we. H. Moyer Jas. Connolley or. Public safety Jas. Finnigan w. L. Deutsch Ira a a. Everhard j. B. Cleaver. Public health Ira o. Everhard John l. Russell we. H. Moyer John Marshall. Bills amp accounts robot. B. Pursel Ira c. Everhard Jas. Cou Nolley or. On motion of or. Everhard the appointments were accepted and 150cardb were ordered printed containing the committees and other information relating to Council. On motion the Bonds of the Borough treasurer Street commissioner and Secretary and receiver of water rents were approved by Council. Borough solicitor Gearhart explained that under the present Law it is necessary that the solicitor give a Bond. On motion the rules were suspended Aud an ordinance was enacted providing that the solicitor give a Bond in five Hundred dollars with two or More sureties. Board of health. A communication was received from the Board of health reporting that Ata recent meeting of the Board the following officers were elected for the a using year president or. P. O. Newbaker Secretary or. C. Shultz health officer. B. B. Brown. The salary of the Secretary it was reported was made fifty dollars per year Aud the salary of the health officer 25 cents per hour for the time actually employed in such unties. On motion the communication from the Board of health was accepted b on motion of or. Cleaver j. H. Fry was elected to represent the third Ward in the local Hoard of health. Public safety. Or. Everhard called attention to the fact that As a Rule the doors of the Public school buildings of the Borough open inwards affording conditions favourable for loss of life in Caso of fire. On motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that the school Board of the Borough be requested to make changes necessary in order to have All the doors of the school buildings open outward. If this is not done in ten Days it was ordered that the attention of the state authorities lie called to the matter. The following members were present Schatz Oleaver Russell Jones Everhard Moyer Pursel Deutsch. Marshall and Angle. On readers will be pained to learn of the death of the Rev. Michael i. Of Reilly Rector of Saint Josephus Catholic Church this City which occurred at 9 30 of clock tuesday night. Death was sudden and unexpected in the extreme which added to the Shock and the intensity of the grief. Evidently father of Reilly Lead not been in the Best of health for some time prior to his death. His parishioners had noted with deep concern that on occasions he betrayed evidences of physical weakness yet there was nothing to indicate that he was a prey to fatal i Easo tuesday accompanied by Rev. Father Feeser of the holy family Convent he paid a visit to Milton returning Home on the 6 35 p. Amp r. Train. About 8 o clock he took a walk Down town. Some time after that lion. Probably about Niue of clock he was taken ill. Or. E. A. Curry was called and at the same time Rev. Father Feeser was summoned. Father of Reilly grew rapidly worse. The Rev. Father fees or was the first to arrive. When or. Curry reached the bedside the patient was rapidly sinking and was beyond All help. He passed away peacefully death seemingly being one to heart trouble. His illness covered a period of scarcely More than a half hour. The Rov. Michael i. Of Reilly was Rotor at Saint Joseph s Church for a period of some Twenty years. He was born at St. Joseph a Susquehanna county and was fifty two years of age. He is survived by two Brothers Aud one sister. One brother the Rev. Edward of Reilly is in the Priesthood and has a charge in Waverly new York his other brother Losins with the sister miss Mary of Reilly lives at St. Josephus. Father of Reilly was in the Priesthood for Twenty nine years. He came to Danville from Renovo. During his Long pastorate Here lie became personally known to a Large number of our citizens including those outside of the Church that lie loved Aud served As Well As those within it. Father of Reilly was a Man singularly beloved. He was the soul of Honor actuated in All things by deep religions principles kindness and generosity were the distinguishing traits of his character. He served his people Well and in the Community stood for those policies which make for civic righteousness and tend to Emi Oble and elevate. He was truly reverenced by Liis parishioners. A few minutes after death occurred the residence of the priest was surrounded by groups of weeping people while within the apartments were filled with others who were unable to conceal their grief As they Learned the sad details of the closing scene. Bills paid by Council. The following Bills were approved for payment at the meeting of the Borough Council Friday evening Borough department. Regular Emp Olyes. F127 50 Standard Gas of. .25 b. B. Brown High Constable. 8.00 labor and hauling. 31.14 welliver hardware of .3.60 labor in Light depot. 53.25 p. H. Foust. 10.50 Washington fire co. 2.45 Atlantic refining of. 28.74 John Hixson. 11.75 Adams express co. 1.45 Garlock packing co. 15.23 s. J. Welliver. ,70 r. J. Pegg. 13.38 g. Edward roat. 8 50 l a. R. Brow i. t ii i Floer 7.50 water department. Regular employes.$158.10 p. H. Foust. 83.40 Friendship fire co. 26 80 labor in water depot. 11.25 s. J. Welliver. 1.00 John Hixson. 18.57 the Gem. 5o. 00 Standard Gas co. 3.99 Washington fire co.45 s miss Bertha Cromwell will leave today for a visit at the Home of or. And mrs. Frank Cromwell. Philadelphia. Mrs. Delia Covert of Philadelphia is visiting relatives in this pity. Mrs. Fred Kirkendall returned to Wilkes Barre yesterday after a visit at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. George m. Gearhart East Market Hauser claimed by death the school Board monday night took prompt and decisive action on the subject of exits belonging to the school buildings of the Borough deciding without a dissenting vote that in every instance the doors must be made to open outwardly and that where to accomplish this changes Are needed the same must be made forthwith. The Secretary read the following communication from the Borough Oon Ucil a i beg to advise you that at the regular meeting of Council on March 6th, 1908, the following action was taken a that the Secretary be instructed to notify the Danville school Board to have the doors on All the Public school buildings made so that they swing outwardly inside of ten Days time Aud that if Quot same is not done the Council will notify the state building inspector of said a Eglett. H. B. Patton the members of the Board however had be stirred themselves in the matter prior to the session of Council and had come to meeting Well prepared to act. Or. Burns offered the following resolutions which were immediately adopted a resolved that the building and repair committee be instructed to have All doors in the different school buildings that now open inward changed so that they will open outward the same to be done immediately. A resolved that the superintendent of schools be requested to instinct All janitors that they most remain in each school building during hours of session and must not leave under any circumstances without special permission from the principal of such building and if permission be granted. A proper substitute must take his place until his return. A resolved that All outside doors must be kept unlatched during school hours. A resolved that the building and repair committee introduce a better system of gongs than those in use at present. Resolved that fire drills be held in All schools at least 3 to 4 times per month at the discretion of the Fujier intendant or of motion the following was unanimously adopted a resolved that the Secretary lie instructed to acknowledge receipt of the from Council. That we desire to enter our protest against the Hasty and ill advised action and Dis courteous treatment. That we question the authority of Cou Oil in the matter before first enacting an ordinance regulating exits in Publio buildings furthermore it was the intention of the school Board from the opinion of the members privately expressed to take action at its next meeting regulating the its a communication was received from the president of the woman a benevolent society explaining the die needs of Many people in Danville and asking that the teachers of the various schools be authorized to receive Small contributions from the pupils consisting of potatoes groceries &c., which in turn might be handed Over to tiie woman a benevolent society. Of motion of or. Sechler it was ordered that permission be granted to the schools As requested. The following members were present Pursel Orth Barber Redding flail Swarts Foulk Sechler Heiss and Cole. The following Bills were approved for payment teachers and janitors .$1851.50 a. D. Reifanyder. 1.00 Adams express co. .65 a. G Harris. 8 60 will g Brown. 1.55 Standard Gas co. 7.67 William Miller. 3.00 Peter Winters. 1.20 mrs. Everhard. 2.00 Ezra Haas. 1.25 Peoples Coal Yard. 27.50deafh of Well known Iron worker y the pupils of the Public schools of our town on Friday will receive a valuable object lesson in Charity Aud practical giving As they will be asked on that Day each to bring a Small contribution of groceries or the like to the school building to be distributed later among the Large number of Necess Itous families in town in response to a communication from the woman a benevolent society of Danville the school Board monday night took action granting the teachers permission to present the matter to their pupils for the double purpose of cultivating within the latter habits of giving and by that Means accumulating a Large Supply of goods that will prove a weighty Factor in relieving want. Mrs. S. Thompson president of the woman a benevolent society tuesday stated that the demands made upon the society during the present Winter exceed by a wide margin anything Ever experienced in the past. The society has exhausted All the Means that it has in hand and has done the very Best it could to relieve actually suffering. The members have personally investigated every Case of seeming want and although they have uncovered a few evident attempts to impose upon the society yet they discovered much real destitution where contributions of food and fuel were imperative. In Harrisburg the pupils of the Publio schools Are habitually enlisted in charitable enterprises and Are permitted to bring their donations to the school buildings where they Are taught the value of Unity and concerted action by seeing their combined gifts grow into an immense accumulation of groceries vegetables amp a. In Harrisburg not a Small proportion of what is needed in the above lines to sustain the City hospitals is contributed by the school children in this Way. There is no doubt that the plan will work just As Well in Danville. The Small contribution from the family stores will scarcely be Felt no matter How reduced the circumstances of the family while the children will be morally benefited by the giving. The idea is not to contribute heavily although no limit is set As to Quantity of any thing that May he brought to the school room. Somo will bring a few potatoes children of poor families May bring Only half a dozen or less. Others will bring something in the line of groceries sugar. Coffee Rice canned fruit or even Batter which is very much needed in families where there is illness. Indeed anything that can be used in a household will be very acceptable. Borough superintendent die Fen Bachur tuesday set Friday As the Day when the pupils May bring to school the goods they wish to donate. He will fully acquaint each teacher with the proposition who in turn will instinct tier pupils As to what is expected of them in tiie premises. The woman a benevolent 60oiety has been offered the use of a room on Mill Street Gratis in which to store the goods after the latter have been collected at the several school buildings and from which the articles donated can be distributed among needy families. Tiie distribution will be made on Limberger a Delegate Abia Mauser a Well known Aud life Long resident of Cooper township departed this life at 10 40 o clock yesterday Forenoon after several Mouths illness of Brights disease. The in coated resided at the Home of his brother John Mauser where death Ocon rred. He was fifty five years of age and is survived by his wife one son and two Dang tera. One of the daughters mrs. Augustus Kocher resides in Danville. The son Frank Manser along with the other daughter miss Minerva lives at Turbotville. The funeral will take place on saturday afternoon meeting at the House at one o clock. Funeral services will be held in the Church at Ridgeville. Interment in Odd Fellows cemetery. Jacob Miner an old and Well known Iron worker departed this life at his Home first Street a Welsh Hill at 5 45 o clock last evening after a protracted illness caused by a complication of diseases. The deceased was a native of Germany. But came to this country when thirteen Yearb of age. He was a pud Dler and for Many years was employed at the read lug Iron works. He Waba hard working Man and was highly esteemed. The deceased was 69 years of age he is survived by his wife one son William Miner of Plymouth Aud two daughters. Due notice of the funeral will be Given. William Milton spent yesterday with friends in this City. Miss Anna Limberger daughter of Charles Limei re West Mahoning Street this Many years a missionary at Pueblo Mexico has Heel elected a Delegate to represent the latter country at the general conference of the methodist episcopal Church to be held at Baltimore in the month of May. Miss Limberger was chosen a Delegate at the conference of the m. E. Church held in the cite of Mexico a matter of ten Days ago. The Honor was utterly unsolicited by miss Limberger who was almost unanimously elected. The general conference will bring her to her native country most unexpectedly. She visited her Home in Titis City during the Early part of last Winter leaving Dauville on her return trip Christmas Day. When she attends the general Oon Venetiou she will have another Opportunity to visit relatives Aud friends in this state. She will not return with out paying Danville a visit remain aug ii Ere probably three out for commissioner Fri fib. 11. O to be snatched off the sidewalk of one of our principal streets gagged dragged to a secluded a pot bound hand Aud foot robbed and then car ried some distance farther Aud hidden behind a Board Fence such was the thrilling and nerve racking experience of miss Theresa Ledger whose Home is on front Street near the silk Mill. The affair is a most remarkable one and baffles the police. The act is so daring and out of the Ordinary that it seems More like tiie caper of an insane Man than the cautions and deliberate act of a Highway robber. About 7 30 of clock last night the cries of a woman were heard along the canal at the rear of the residence of Jacob Dietz Enst Market Street. Parties started to investigate when they found a woman bound hand Aud foot lying Between the Fence at the rear end of the lot Aud the old canal. The woman miss Ledger was nearly prostrated As the result of her terrible experience and with an Effort told the following Story she was walking along East Market Street about 7 80 of clock and had readied the vacant spot formerly occupied by shepporpon�?T8 Coal Yard when without a moments warning someone Laid violent hold of her. Dragging her off the Street. By a dexterous movement the Man at the very moment he seized her slipped a White handkerchief into her month Aud tied it at the Back of her head. Terror stricken As tiie girl was she was unable to cry out and her assailant quickly pushed her along in front of him in the direction of the steel Plant. Before they had reached the canal he had tied tier hands behind her Back. Tiie girl end favored to resist but she was almost helpless in the arms of the Strong Man. Reaching the steel Plant the thug dealt the girl a blow of the head which although it stunned her for a moment did not Render her unconscious. Here the villain threw the girl Down and bound her feet wit i a Stout Cord. My is Ledger now of course was us Able to walk but the capricious villain was not done with her. Picking her up bodily lie carried her across the canal Aud Laid her Down just outside the Fence that encloses the rear of Jacob Dietzs lot. He then ran away. After some moments the girl by an Effort succeeded in removing the gag from tier Mouth when she gave the alarm which brought assistance As above described. Chief Mincemoyer was soon on the spot followed a few minutes later by officer Yoris. Both policemen spent several hours of the Case but were unable to obtain a single Clew. The girls assailant was careful to prevent her from obtain Inga Good look at him and kept her face turned away. Owing to the darkness and her intense excitement the girl has Only the vaguest sort of an idea of what her assail aut looked like. Miss Ledger says that beyond striking her gagging her and binding her hand Aud foot the Man attempted no acts of violence upon Annie l. Miles As a composer Jonathan f. Mowrer of Strawberry Ridge while on a trip to Dauville tuesday announced himself Asa candid ate for the Republican nomination for county commissioner. Before he left for Home tuesday afternoon he had already secured fifty names on his petition and had filed the same. A March and two step entitled a Betsy Button composed by miss Annie l. Miles of this City has been published by the Bureau of music at Binghamton n. The critics speak void highly of miss Miles production pronouncing it a Bright and Catchy Aud predicting that it will a make a in a week or ten Days the music will be on Sale. To miss Miles belongs the distinction of being the first Dauville woman who Ever composed and published music. She is the daughter of George w. Miles and is widely known As a gifted and painstaking musician. The above named March and two step is not miss Miles first Effort at composing. Among her former productions were at least several pieces of striking Merit. Acting on the advice of critics she decided to publish her latest Effort and hence a Betsy Button was Given to the world. That it has been so favourably received will be the very Best of news to miss Miles multitude of friends. The funeral of the Rev. M. I. O Reilly. Whose sudden death is noted Quot in another column will take place tomorrow at 10 30 of clock a. M. From St. Josephus Catholic Church. On the 2 11 d. L. Amp w. Train the funeral will proceed to St. Josephus Susquehanna county the native place of the deceased where interment will be made on the same Day. The sudden and unexpected death of father of Reilly has cast a gloom Over a Large part of our town. Although he did not mix with the people to any considerable extent yet the deceased was widely known throughout town Aud will to keenly missed. His rare personality along with his exalted character attracted men toward him and As the hours succeeding his death multiply people Only begin to realize tiie extent of the loss that has been sustained he his Church Aud the town. Father of Reilly was one of for Brothers who were elevated to the priest Hood. He was a Nephew of the saintly old Pioneer priest of Northern Pennsylvania Rev. J. V. Of Reilly whose great work in the ministry is so generously acknowledged in the histories of Susquehanna Sullivan Bradford Lycoming Aud Tioga counties which constituted his extensive Parish in the Early part of the Century. Rev. M. I. Of Reilly a de Atli leaves but one of the four Brothers who entered the Priesthood remaining the Rev. Edward of Reilly of Waverly n. Y., who in rep8onse to the sad news of his brother a death arrived in this City yesterday morning. The Rev. M. I. Of Reilly was born at St. Josephus Susquehanna county september 27, 1856. He was educated with franciscan and Jesuit fathers making his classics in Allegheny n. Aud Worcester mass. He made his philosophical and to theological studies with the Lazarus fathers at Niagara University. He was ordained to the Priesthood by Bishop o Hara of Scranton in the Cathedral of that City of july 31, 1870. He wus first appointed As assistant Rector in the Cathedral at Scranton shortly afterwards he was sent to assist father Kairat onshore. He left dub Ore in 1881 Aud came to Dauville to take Rev. Thomas Mcgovern a place during the latter a absence in Europe which covered a period of nine months. When father Mcgovern returned he went to Harris Harg where lie was assistant at the Cathedral for for mounts. Rev. M. I. Of Reilly was next appointed Rector of the Bloomsburg Parish where he remained Oue year and six months in ring which time he purchased and paid for the pastoral residence. Lie was then transferred to Columbia where he remained three years Ami for Mouths Clearing the Church of a heavy debt of $21,000,00. In september 1887, he was appointed Rector of St. Joseph s Church at renova. He remained there until May 28, 1888, when he came to Danville where he remained until death brought Iii labors to a close. Father of Reilly has always taken an advanced staud on Temperance. He organized a St. Joseph s total abstinence society. A which is one of the largest Aud most influential temper auce organizations in this i Ock at big Advance governor will not interfere word has been received in so Bury from governor Stuart that he will take no official action in the Case of Stanny mar Cavitch convicted of murder in the first degree other than to fix the Date of execution and unless a such Ful plea is made to a higher court or the Board of pardons interferes Marcavitch will the death penalty by hanging in the Yard of the Northumberland county prison in Suu Bury. That the Public has Confidence in the new Hanking venture at Exchange was Well demonstrated monday at the executors Sale of the Stephen o. Ellis estate when Stock of the Bank at Exchange sold for $122.50. What makes this showing especially Good is the fact that the Bank has not As yet paid any dividends on the Stock although it expects to declare a dividend of six per cent on july 1st, 1908. William Kase West esq., of this City is Oue of the executors of the Stephen g. Ellis estate and was present at the Sale. Birthday Surprise. A party of friends gathered at the Home of or. And mrs. Arthur Stettler in Valley township tuesday evening it being the occasion of mrs. Stettler a Fortieth birthday. The time was passed pleasantly with music Aud games. Those present were or. And mrs. Arthur children Ray mond Maurice William and Ella or. Aud mrs. Jacob a Ottohall and children Raymond Grace and Ellen or. And mrs. C. W. Cook or. And mrs. John Mowrer or. Aud mrs. E. L. White or. And mrs. Oscar Vastine or. And mrs. John Gillaspy of Benton or. And mrs. Clarence Phillips or. And mrs. Benjamin Diehl mrs Charles Arter Norman Krum Jas or Stettler Frank Cook Margaret Sutler and Stuart Cook. Quot popular opinion is not alway Iuo result of prejudice

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