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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - May 21, 1908, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. 54�?no. 21danville, pa., thursday. May 21, 1908 established in 1855 t r. Irving h. Jennings Den l 1st. Of jct hours a. M. To 12 m. 102 Mill St. I p. M. To 2 p. M. Danville. A. P Shultz m. 425 . St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a specially items condensed. A threatened trolley strike in Pittsburg has been averted by arbitration on a fairly satisfactory Compromise basis. Thirty Well known women of Jenk in town Montgomery county have formed the ladier1 auxiliary committee of the Independent fire company of Jenkintown. Jeremiah f. Werner of Johnsville Berks county has entered suit against Rev. W. H. Stetler for $10,000 damages for slander because the minister several months ago while preaching the funeral Sermon of Werner a wife charged that he had neglected and cruelly treated her. Norristown Council has apportioned its new $300,000 loan sanctioned by the voters As follows Street paving $109,000 Sowers $50,000 electric Plant $�?�25,000 Park $20,000 floating debt and interest $96,000. Work on Street paving will be begun in a few Days. Stephen Ehret who had been an in mate of the Northampton county almshouse for fifty seven years died on Friday at the age of 80 years. Mrs. Sarah shirk of Akron Lancaster county who is 75 years old Lias started alone on a trip to the Pacific coast. This is her sixth trip to that Point in As Many years. With a Hatpin Emil Eissing. Of Spinnerstown Montgomery county aged 7 years tried to pick a dynamite Cap when it exploded and lacerated Oue of his hands so badly that two fingers had to be amputated. Mrs. Leauna George of near Allentown died of Friday after suffering terribly for two Days from Burns received while attempting to extinguish a Fence fire that had been started a several Small boys. Richard Mullally a mine worker was killed and three fellow workmen were faint a injured in the Franklin mine near Wilkes Barre on saturday by a runaway car As they were walking Down on their Way to work. Elijah Jones of new Providence Lancaster county is one of the few real sous of tiie revolution yet living his father Isaac Jones having served in the Continental army. Elijah is 76 years old and a Veteran of the civil War. Plans have Beleu perfected by the Lehigh Valley transit company to operate a trolley express business Between Chestnut Hill Allentown Bethlehem Nazareth and Slatington As soon As the necessary equipment has been delivered. Mayor Wilkes Barre has requested that All members of the police Force shall hereafter be smooth faced. After giving a stranger a meal and permitting him to sleep in her barn last Friday night mrs Page the aged pos mistress at Bensalem Bucks county was brutally attacked shot and knocked Down by the fellow whom she had befriended. Or. Page s arrival caused the fellow to flee. Michael Derr of West Peu Sboro township Cumberland county has been prosecuted by the state health department and a Fine has been imposed on him for violating the health Laws by tearing Down a communicable disease placard and removing a patient before the health authorises had lift a 1 the quarantine. Four weeks ago Samuel Parr of Sharou Lawrence county aged 16 years was arrested for placing ties on the tracks of the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad. When called for trial of monday he acknowledged Bis guilt and gave As an excuse that be wanted to see the locomotive Knock the ties away. He was committed to the Hunt Sugdon reformatory. Mrs. Mary Gormley the oldest inhabitant of Venango county died of monday at her Home near Franklin aged 102 years. Up until a week preceding her death mrs. Gormley aided in doing housework. She was a native of Ireland and attribute pier Long life to vigorous parentage and the habit of always rising before 5 of clock in the morning. The death of mrs. Daniel j. Mow Ery of Royersford Montgomery county of Friday night at the age of so years and 1 Day. Recalled to the memory of her family a dream which she had when a girl 10 years old in which it appeared to her that she would Only live to Eracli the age of 30 accepts new Park Borough solicitor e. S. Gearhart appeared before Council to explain some matters pertaining to the acquiring of a title to the new Park on Bloom Street. He spoke very highly of the liberality and the magnanimity of the Board of trustees of the Grove presbyterian can Racli. He urged that As soon As the deed is passed the committee proceed to Complete the Park at least that portion of it where the grading is not vet completed. Of the score of finances be declared they need give no concern As be is in Possession of information a High leaves no doubt that the mpr. A ill be forthcoming when needed. The following Resolution relating to the affair was offered by or. Everhart and unanimously adopted by Council whereas the Mahoning presbyterian English congregation North has offered and agreed to donate and convey a certain lot of land in the Fourtly Ward formerly known As the presbyterian cemetery and containing Oue and eight tenths acres of land for a Public Park therefore be it resolved that the Boroug ii Council by proper deed of conveyance at once accept the said donation Aud conveyance of the said lot of Laud for the purpose aforesaid upon sock terms Ami conditions As May be fully agreed upon by the trustees of the Mahoning presbyterian English congregation North and the town Council of the said Borough of Danville. On motion it was decided that a joint meeting of the trustees and the Borough Council be held in Council chamber. Monday night for the purpose of executing the deed. Or. Pursel reported that a crossing is needed at the property of Webster Foust on West Market Street. The matter was referred to the committee on streets and Bridges. Or. Pursel also called attention to conditions at the property of Heister Foust Corner of Mill Aud East front streets where it was reported the water overflows the pavement whenever it Rains. This matter also was referred to the committee of streets Aud Bridges. Of motion of or Pursel it was ordered that a Iron pipe be sunk in an Alley of Cherry Street. The Borough is consider aug the Purchase of a Street sweeper. C. E Chappelear of the Williams c. S. Co., agents of the Austin Western co., ltd., appeared before Council in the interest of a Street sweeper which it was said would do the work very satisfactorily. The matter was discussed at length. Of motion of or. Moyer it was decided to postpone the Purchase of a Street sweeper for two weeks Aud to make an Effort meanwhile to determine what the Street can be cleaned for by contract. Of motion of or Russell it was ordered that an arc Light be placed at the Corner of Market and Wall streets. Also that a arc Light be placed of the River Bank near the Corner of front and water streets. The arc Light at the lower end of the Ark lot West Market Street will be slightly changed by a readjustment of the Arm. The following members were present Schatz Pursel Finnigan Jones Everhart Moyer Russell. Deutsch. Marshall Angle Cleaver Aud Connol Ley. The following Bills were approved for payment Borough department. Regular employees. $127.50 j. P. Bare com 50.00 labor and hauling .100.23 Silver Spring Quarry co. 71.43 j 11 Colo. 9.70 d. L. W. Co. 77.31 labor in Light dept. 18.00 Danville of a Day. Amp machine co. 12 00 Atlantic ref Tiung co. 29.55 water department regular employees 166.00 Friendship fire co. 12.92 p. Amp r. Co 191.85 Standard Gas co 4.68 american Carfo Day. Co >.00 Washington fire co. 4.85 p. H. Fouet. 51.75arrested for shooting a dog Amos Wertman of Mahoning township was arraigned before Justice of the peace Oglesby monday eve to answer the charge of shooting a dog belonging to Jacob h. Rudy. A number of witnesses were examined. The defendant was represented by c. V. A no Tiuan Esq. Hon. S. Am Merman represented or Rndy the complainant. The defendant pleaded not guilty but he was held for court in two Hundred dollars bail. While working at the Keystone slag works in Reading on monday Joseph Marquet fell into a grit bin and was suffocated despite the desperate efforts of other workers to Rescue him. A bearing in connection wit i the Rule granted by judge Evans of the 9th just. To show cause Why a Oliage of venue should not be ordered in the Case of Commonwealth is. Peter Dietrich was held at the court House monday. The examination of witnesses took place during the Forenoon. The addresses by the attorneys occupied the court Between 1 30aud 2 45 of clock the application for a change of venue created a Good Deal of interest Aud there was quite a body of spectators in the court room. Court convened at 10 of clock Aud the taking of testimony began immediately. His Honor judge Evans Aud associates Bleo and welliver were of the Bench. Peter Dietrich was in the courtroom and sat beside Bis attorneys Thomas c. Welsh and Hon. Grant herring. Hon. H. M. Hinckley was associated with the District attorney Aud took an Active part. The witnesses subpoenaed by the defendant were called first. They were examined by or. Herring. Or. Hinckley coir a thug the Oss examination. Examination of witnesses. A. Or o. Greene was the first witness cd lied. He had heard the matter of Peter Letric by a trial very extensively discussed. He does not believe that the defendant can obtain a fair trial in Montour county. He believes there exists a prejudice in the minds of the people against him. Nine or ten ont of a dozen that have discussed the matter in his bearing have expressed themselves against the defendant. He himself bad not Beard the testimony but be bad formed an opinion from Reading tie account of the trials in the morning news. William Fallon was the next witness he had Beard May men express themselves As to the guilt or innocence of the defendant. A Large proportion of these people were from the con try. Their prejudice was clearly revealed by their severe and i temper ate language used in expressing themselves As to what ought to be done with the defendant. Clearly the Public feeling is against Dietrich Aud the witness feels sure that he can not reel be a fair tril in Montour Coutv. Of t. A remarks heard Many More were against him than were in his favor. Joseph Lechner was sworn. He had heard the matter discussed by hundreds of persons Ever since the unfortunate episode that occurred when the defendant was out on bail. After that occurred the witness said even some of his friends a got sore you him Aud there has been a deep feeling against him. This prejudice he believes is so deep that it will be impossible for the defendant to obtain a fair Aud impartial jury. M. H. Schraw was called. Lie had heard Dietrich s trial discussed by people living in the country and in the town. The opinions expressed were generally unfavourable to the defendant. This Adverse sentiment he explained in his opinion might operate against securing an impartial jury rather than to prevent a fair trial if a jury were obtained. F. M. Gotwald of the morning news staff was called to the stand. Ilis testimony related chiefly As to the scope of the reports printed during the former trials and the extent to which the court proceedings were made Public. Fred mayan was called. He had heard several Hundred persons talk on the subject of Dietrich a trial and they nearly All seemed against him. He does think to could obtain a fair trial in this county. Francis Hartman a teamster was next called. In his work about town be Lias heard the matter freely discussed and the sentiment he said seems to he almost wholly against Dietrich. He docs not think that lie could secure a fair trial in Montour county. John Doster was sworn. He hns not heard the matter very Gem a a ally discussed hut the sentiment seems generally against the defendant. Owing to the Small size of the county the witness thinks the prejudice against the defendant might of it rate against a fair and impartial trial. Andrew Schatz was sworn. The sentiment of the people he said is against Dietrich. Owing to this Public prejudice he believes it would he difficult to secure a jury for Dietrich. Charles Hilcher a paper Hanger who gets about town a great Deal testified that he hears a great Deal of unfavourable comment of Dietrich Scase which convinces him that there is a deep seated prejudice against the defendant. Andrew Smith a Butcher who drives through the country a couple of times a week and a a therefore acquainted with the views of the country people testified that the prejudice against Dietrich among the Farmers is deep seated and general. He does not believe that it would be possible for him continued on 4th takes in Hospital professor Elton d. Walker of state College who visited this City Friday As the representative of health commissioner or. Dixon Reu iacued in Dauville during the greater part of the Day saturday carrying to completion the work of investigating conditions that relate to sewage. The inspection was most thorough while in its scope it embraced every department of the towns activities. Not a single detail escaped the inspector. Of saturday Forenoon in company with superintendent of sewers p. J. Keefer Street commissioner e. S. Miller and councilman James p. Conolley he took in the Slaughter houses breweries the Reading Iron work3, the store works the silk Mills knitting Mill and in fact every sort of Industry As Well As the school houses. Before leaving. Professor Walker dropped a remark which seemed to explain the purpose of his visit to Dauville he gave the committee distinctly to Undorf Taud that the Day was near at hand when every municipality in the state would be obliged to remove its sewers from the Rivers Aud streams Aud dispose of its sewage by some other Means. This order May not be issued for several years it is just As Likely however he said to come within a year. The above explanation was hardly required in the premises As the manner of his inspection and tie nature of his inquiries at every Industrial Plant plainly showed that the expert was there to determine Jast How great a Factor the establishment is in River pollution. Not Only did he determine Aud record the dimensions Aud the location of the sewer need but also the water Supply the number of hands employed and the source of Aud the amount of water used. Mahoning Creek did not escape his attention. In inspecting the Reading Iron works lie directed his investigation Long a line that would show whether or not the Plant is a Factor in polluting the Creek. Of the North Side of West Mali owing Street the expert climbed Down Over the Bank at the Roar of the dwellings that sewer directly into Mali owing Creek to determine to what extent they pollute the Stream. During his visit professor Walker visited Hunter 6 Park and the Hospital for the insane. At each of these places his inspection was just As thorough Asiu the Borough. At the Hospital he even visited the piggery. Before leaving the institution lie took careful note of the manner in which the Stream flowing Down at the West of the grounds pollutes the bed of the old casual. Professor Walker impressed the committee Aud All others with whom lie was brought in Contact As a person thoroughly equipped with expert knowledge. While at All times courteous lie was not disposed to talk very much about the result of his inspection. Whether what he saw impressed him favourably or otherwise lie indulged in no comment but merely made a note of conditions and passed hat caused sensation when court adjourned Early Friday afternoon most of the and counsel fat a both sides went Over to the Island to witness to name Between Harrisburg and Lancaster. With the group was Janies Scarlet counsel in chief for the Commonwealth. Or. Scarlet wore his familiar togs including the plug hat. As he passed along the left Field bleachers came cries of a pipe the a git onto de and numerous others of like Quality. The genial inquisitor from Danville was t in the least feared by these comments nor was he a hit flush it red by the smiles from the ladies in the grand stand As he entered a Box with senator Fox and District attorney for Twenty two years there were 6ixty-Seveu officers and enlisted men in the National guard of Pennsylvania when the Rifle practice season closed last fall who had qualified As marksmen for Twenty or More years. Colonel Ezra Ripple of the governors staff holds tie record with thirty years of qualification. Twenty seven of the sixty Are from the third brigade Aud nine Are from the twelfth regiment the Only member from Danville with a Twenty year record is major Charles p. Gearhart who has qualified for Twenty two consecutive years. Hellertown Northampton county has an epidemic of measles fifty pupils of one school being afflicted. Parsu aut to action taken at the last regular session of Council a joint meeting of councilman and the trustees of the Mali owing presbyterian congregation North was held in Council chamber gonday for the purpose of formally transferring the tract formerly the old burial ground of Bloom Street to the Borough of Dauville to be used by the latter As a Public Park. The trustees were present As follows w. L. Mcclure Alex Foster t w. Bartholomew. Thomas j. Rogers James d. Magi 11 Aud James t. Mag ill. The Borough Council was represented by the following messes. Schatz Everhart Cleaver Russell Moyer Marshall Angle Pursel Aud Conolley. Burgess a. J. Rogers was also present. The Borough solicitor has performed a prodigious amount of work in connection with the abandonment of the old cemetery. The deed which he read before the joint meeting last night contained 11,500 words in addition to which he had a wearisome amount of formality and detail to attend to in the formal Transfer of the tract. After the instrument had received All the signatures required of motion of or. Everhart it was ordered that a the deed for the Public Park be duly recorded in the office for the recording of deeds in and for Montour county Aud that the Secretary be instructed to take the same to the said office for such purpose at work hand a bad Accident William Louge Sherger a Carpenter employed on the farm of Hon. R s. Rushtown met with a very bad and singular Accident monday afternoon. Or. Ammerman is building a summer Kitchen. Or. Longengerger who was standing of one of the joists of the new building was in the act of stepping around a fellow Workman when he lost his balance Aud fell into the lower Story where another Carpenter was working. The Man below was driving nails Aud it happened that at the very moment that or. Longengerger fell he was raising his Hatchet to strike a blow. Or Longengerger falling with terrible momentum met the upward stroke of the keen edged Hatchet which Sank into his face across the Bridge of the nose completely severing the Bony portion of that Organ and inflicting a deep Gash of each Cheek alongside the nose. A horse was hitched up and or. Longengerger was brought Over to town immediately. The loss of blood was Little less than appalling hut the injured Man very luckily bore up under the ordeal of the Long drive. He was taken to the office of or. Shultz where a number of stitches were inserted in his face reuniting the severed parts. At a later hour the Mau was removed to his Home Ounas sail Street. He will be incapacitated for work for a Long Chalfant visits Danville Charles Chalfaut Esq. Of South Danville came Over to this Ity tuesday afternoon Ami spent a couple of hours at the Montour House where lie met a number of his friends. Or. Chalfaut. Notwithstanding his disabled condition resulting from illness. Is looking Well and be seemed to enjoy Liis visit very much. Yesterdays visit was the first he made to Danville since last summer or. Chalfaut is a member of the Montour county bar in addition to which lie enjoys the distinction of being a past grand master of Odd caused by carbuncles Frank Herbert Ebner a former resident of Riverside died at Wolverton at 4 of clock tuesday morning after a Brief illness of blood poisoning caused by carbuncles. The deceased was thirty five years of ago and is survived by his wife and two children. He was employed As trackman on the Pennsylvania Railroad. The funeral will Tab place thursday at 10 a. M. Interment at it. Vernon cemetery. In five years the attendance at the sunday school connected with Valley forge memorial Chapel at Valley forge Chester county Haa grown from two women a boy and a baby to 152, under the Able direction of Rev. W. Herbert Burk its under in paving the water pipe has Spring a leak under the paving of Mill Street which May Lead to considerable expense and necessitate tearing up the brickwork Over a Large area. Under any circumstances a leak underneath the paving is a rather serious affair As below the Brick lies a heavy course of Concrete while the Brick themselves Are grouted. The result is that the whole mass the Concrete Aud tie grouted Brick is As solid As a Rock and can Only be removed to repair a leak by breaking it up with a Sledge or using a Drill. In the present Case the difficulty is increased owing to the fact that the leak can not be located. Tuesday morning the discovery was made that the pipe somewhere under the paving had sprung a leak and that the water was running into the deep sewer on the West Side of Mill Street about half a Square South of the d. L. Amp w. Crossing. The trick was to locate the leak. Superintendent p. J. Keefer got on the Job and by testing the hydrants along the Street discovered that the break occurred in the water pipe communicating with j. F. Too Loyd a establishment. This information brought it Down on narrower Compass but it ouly half solved the problem As there was still to telling whereabouts under some seventy five Square Yards of solid paving the leak might lie. Superintendent Keefer tuesday began tearing up the pavement. No one can Tell where the work will Stop. They will of course Continuo to dig until the right spot is reached. Meanwhile a Large Section of Fine paving May be Sermon next sunday memorial Day is rapidly approaching Aud the members of Goodrich Post no. 22,g. A. R., Are quite Busy perfecting arrangements for the event on sunday next at 10 30 a. M. The Rev. Lloyd w. Walter will preach the memorial Sermon to Goodrich Post in Pine Street lutheran Church. The Rev. John Conley Grimes will deliver the memorial Day address in Odd Fellows cemetery daring the afternoon of the 30th. For Flowers the veterans will look to the general Public among whom in the past Many generous and sympathy to c friends have been found so that with what Flowers the members of the pest could procure themselves there was always sufficient on hand by memorial Day to decorate All the Graves. There Are May details yet to he arranged. To help the veterans to carry out the Observance of memorial Day in fitting and impressive Mauuer the county commissioners have donated the sum of fifty dollars to Goodrich Post. By the act of March 21, 1907, the county commissioners arc authorized to appropriate annually a sufficient sum of Money to each Post of the g a. In their respective counties to Aid in defraying the expenses of memorial Day. The Borough councils Are authorized in the some Way to Aid the g. A. Fellows plan to raise Debi Philadelphia a. May 20. The plans of grand master Harr of Harrisburg in regard to the Temple of the order in this City Aud the Boyertown Relief fund distribution were the principal questions discussed at today s session of the grand Lodge of Pennsylvania Odd Fellows in convention Here. Tiie indebtedness on tiie Temple amounts to More than $1,000,000, which includes arrearage in taxes and ground Reut of $279,040. To this it is proposed to increase the per capita tax of $1.04 annually which would yield $140,000 a year. To off the indebtedness will take eight rears according to or. Hart s estimate. The James i Thompson bequest of $120,000 for the construction of a new Home for orphans will soon he available Aud the disposition of this Money also came up for consideration today. Monday evening. Or. And mrs. Dallas Snyder pleasantly entertained a number of Young people at their Home on front Street of monday evening in Honor of the 10th birthday of their son Harry. James were played Aud refreshments were served. Those present were Isabel love. Florence Lunger Marie Long Martina Anderson Bertha Hartman Nellie Temple Ethel Snyder Edaril Long Roy Long. Clayton Temple Ralph Hite. William Livsey Willie Anderson Charles Murray James Jones Harry Snyer mrs. Emma Jones. Mrs George Anderson. Mrs Nell Hite. Mrs. Sarah a it rim the a deed Public Park of Dauvilles a now being recorded at the court House is a interesting object of study. It is a voluminous instrument containing 11,500 words. The indenture the preliminary notices along with the decrees of court resolutions amp a. Are important matters of record which As late As last summer were absorbing themes of conversation in Danville and Vicinity. A copy of the agreements Aud releases is followed by decree of the court authorizing. Empowering Aud directing the trustees of the Mahoning presbyterian English congregation North to execute and deliver to the Borough of Dauville a deed of conveyance. An interesting feature of the deed is the a abstract of title which goes Hack to the time of the Penns and fills several typewritten pages. The portion of the deed however that will most deeply interest the Titi Zens of Danville is the Section under the head of a conditions and every citizen of the Borough will applaud tiie Wise forethought displayed in the imposing of conditions and restrictions that will make impossible abuses that otherwise would have been pretty sure to creep in in process of time. There Are ten sections relating to conditions and restrictions. Briefly Aud in effect they Are As Fol lows that the tract shall be used for no other purpose than a Public Park or municipal recreation ground. That no portion of the lot shall be sold nor leased by the Borough. That no portion of the lot shall Ever be traversed by any municipal Street nor Alley. That the Borough of Danville and its municipal successors shall not Aud will not permit vinous brewed or other liquors or drinks to be sold and dispensed of or about the said lot of land nor will it and they permit the same to be sold in the Vicinity thereof so far As it lies within its and their utmost Power Aud endeavours to legally prevent the same. That the said party of tiie 0rst part the trustees of the Mahoning English congregation North hereby expresses the Hope that no court or other authority legally authorized to Grant liquor licenses will at any time hereafter Grant any person or persons company or firm or corporation any License or licenses to sell vinous Spir Itous malt brewed or any other kind of liquors at any place or a dates within tiie distance of two squares of the above described lot of Laud. That the Borough of Dauville will not permit any person or persons firm or corporation to Drain any surface water or sewage or to Deposit ashes or other foreign substances of the above described lot of Laud. That the Borough will not permit for tolerate on the said lot of Laud anything that might partake of the nature of a Public nuisance. That the Borough will not permit the tract to he used for unlawful assemblages for to he frequented by a undesirable or other objectionable characters As menaces to the Public peace and opposed to the moral sentiment of the Community. That the Borough at its own proper Cost will construct Aud maintain a modern Street crossing at least ten feet in Width to Lead from the main Southern Entrance across Bloom Street there to connect with the pavement. That the Borough will keep the said lot of Laud under constant and strict police surveillance. That upon tie wilful Aud persistent violation of any of the foregoing conditions and restrictions on the part of the Borough of Dauville or its municipal successors the title to the said lot of Laud with Appu rtt Nance shall absolutely Aud forever revert to and revert in the said party of the first part its successors and fever is prevalent typhoid fever seems to be prevalent in some parts of town. Typhoid had practically disappeared from Danville and the outbreak even though slight is much to be regretted. The numerous cases reported during several weeks past have been the cause of a Good of Deal comment. To what extent the disease prevails it will probably be difficult to determine until the last of the month when the local registrar makes his report to the Bureau of vital statistics. There seems Little doubt however that Fiere area dozen or fifteen cases All told. A leading physician last evening volunteered the information that lie has six cases of typhoid fever in addition to one or More that lie believes will develop the disease. He regards the situation with some concern giving it As his opinion that the outbreak has been caused by the River water which of late has presented an appearance anything but reassuring

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