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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 7, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaStat Ubl taty % vol. 55�?no 38 Danville a thursday. October 7, 1909 established in 1855 do. Having h. Jennings Deni 1st. Office flour a. M. To 12 m. T. 31. To s p. It. 10i Mill St. Danville. A. A lil Ltd m. 425 Mili. St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach Ami intestines a specially want do local agent to advertise and introduce the new educational work websters dictionary and Atlas of the world. Must be educated and Able to furnish Good references As to ability and character. The Saalfield publishing company Akron Ohio. It Lias been decided to give up the merger of the Coke interests in the Connellsville Fields for the present and the options have been surrendered. Samuel Benford is York county a first victim of football. He fell on the Ball and six boys piled on top of him. A badly broken leg is the result. Representatives of the workingmen of Pittsburg have put the Seal of approbation on mayor Magee a proposed Bond Issue to get the town needed improvements. Citizens of Heller own will be Given the Opportunity to vote on the proposition to increase the boroughs debt $12,000 for the erection of a modern High school. Ten of the forty three teachers in it. Washington Pittsburg will be dropped from the pay Rolls when St. Mary a of the mount new Catholic school opens in january. Reuben wealthy octo Gener Ian of Hanover May die As the result of the amputation of a leg on account of gangrene which developed from an ingrown toe Nail. Mayor Magee of sent out 100 policemen in Plain clothes to find out data about the Streetcar companies How they Aro keeping in the Bounds of the Law. To verify alleged abuses Etc. Philadelphia May not get the proposed immigrant station As she is throwing so Many obstacles in the Way of proposed locations that the National government is getting tired. Tin station May go to Camden. Ground was broken at Homestead for four new furnaces for the Carnegie steel company. A new plate Mill will also to erected and the wheel Plant will be enlarged. The improvements will represent an outlay of about $1.500,000. The new furnaces will Supply steel to be used at the wheel Plant and at the new plate Mill. The additions to the wheel Plant will make its capacity almost equal to those of the company at Sho Enville and Mckee rocks. William sell of Centre Valley almost bled to death when a pane of Glass which he was carrying broke and Cut an artery. Or. Robert Morrison of Sheridan was found living dead on the floor by his Wigeon her Quot return Home from Church. Heart trouble was the cause of his sudden demise. Mrs. Mary Daniels is alleged to have rushed to the office of Alderman James Fulkerson of Newcastle and threatened to shoot him because her son was arrested for illegal freight Riding. Anthony Pottsville is believed by the police to lie lost to his parents forever As he was lured away from his Home on thursday by a stranger and has been missing since. On the pulpit platform was a miniature farm showing the House barn Fields and a Orchards cleverly produced when Harvest Home and old folks Day was celebrated in the mount Joy evangelical Church. Constable Samuel Smale of near Pottstown was presented with a carved wooden hand by Elias b Webber As a birthday gift. The officer lost his hand in the Early summer by the explosion of a Shotgun. After poisoning the watch dog that guarded the residence of i. Owen Brook near Birdsboro. Robbers entered through a window and ransacked every room in the House except that one in which the caretaker and his wife were asleep. Or. Brook and his wife Are out West. As the result of the Pittsburg Gazette times contest to find out by votes which Are the most popular Amateur base Ball teams in the Region covered by the papers circulation the Feicks team of one legged players got the most votes receiving 162,440. Law on g Martin of Pittsburg was out Automo Biling with his daughter and wife when a horse belonging to h. L. Mcclain scared and jumped through the Windshield of the machine and put the Auto out of commission. The animal was Cut about Tho breast but not seriously while the women were badly scared but not known couple wooed in the Early morning of. Tuesday a pleasant wedding party gathered at the Home of or. And mrs. Lafayette Stchler Kipps run to witness the marriage of their daughter miss Sara Blanche to or. Philip m. Prev of Lewisburg. At the appointed hour the Groom entered the parlor where were assembled the guests accompanied by his groomsman or. Wesley Ila Llowell of Kane a. Following these Rauie Tho Bride leaning upon flu Arm of her father who gave her away. The ceremony was a Brief and impressive one with the ring and was pronounced by the father of the Groom the Rev. A. J. Irey d. D., pastor of the first Baptist Church this City. After congratulations had been extended All repaired to the dining room and partook of a Bountiful wedding breakfast. Those pres of. Aside from the parents and brides brother or. Paul Stchler were the grandmothers of the Bride mrs. Sarah Depuy. Of Kipps run and mrs. Emily Long Branch. N. To. Mrs. Ella m. Irey and miss Mary Jane Irey the Mother and sister of the Groom or. N. M. Smith and Clinton Smith of Riverside uncles of Tho Bride mrs. Clinton Smith Riverside and mrs. W. R. Smith upper Marlboro my. Aunts of the Bride miss Nettie Goliek Kipps run and or. Wesley Hallowell Kane. A. The bridal party drove to Lewisburg where or. Irey is engaged in the retail shoe business and where the newly Mur roid couple will make their Home. The Bride is one of the most popular members of Danville a younger sick Many scorn stirring events at seasons close with red fire oratory and acclaim Danville celebrates a championship season and renders Honor to the team cheering thousands join in the monster demonstration while players Are Banquete and presented with remembrances of Danville a esteem. James Scarlet made Fine address at Pennant raising with a series of festivities which lasted from 2 o clock Nutil Midnight Danville on saturday closed the Susquehanna league season of hum and celebrated the winning of the league championship. The occasion was unique in the towns history. Danville has Cle rated Many glorious events hut never before was the town called upon to do Honor to a championship base Ball season and team and that the City was equal to the occasion was evident to All who witnessed saturdays stirring events. It was a Day of rejoicing that will Long be remembered. A very kind act was done tuesday by a number of the friends of Phineas Limestone they gathered and Cut his crop of Corn after he had been removed to the Joseph Ratti Hospital blooms org. Suffering with typhoid fever. Readers of the american will remember the death of or. Wellivere a wife which occurred several weeks ago. Soon after his wife a death or. Welliver began ailing and on monday his Case was pronounced typhoid fever and to was taken to the Hospital. Bereaved and stricken or. Welliver was unable to Cut 30 acres of Corn on his farm. Tuesday afternoon of of or. Wolliver a friends gathered and put in a Busy afternoon Anil by last evening every stalk of the Corn was in the Shock. Those present tit the frolic were George Snyder Calvin w. Derr John Elliot Raymond Bogart John Weller Samuel Frantz Lawrence Buder we. Seidel f. Delete Harry Cooper Ben leighow Roy Cromley Simon Hartman Robert Carey Curtis Cromis John Geiger h. Oyster Lloyd Cooper Irvin Mowrer George Rishel John Moser Allen Biddle Leroy Albeck David Wagner Archie Hilemar Mentor Cromis w. Snyder Frank Funk Leroy Derr Harry Pollock Anil Martz we. R. Mills. R. Rishel. Roy Schooley Alex Umstead gov. Pollock Sylvester Umstead Joseph Pollock. We. S. Bogart Chas. Schultz Sam Miller Elmer Fetzer Wallace Dean John Drumheiser. Norman Bechtel o. Blecher f. Deihl Wilbur Conrad Frank acor Chas. Shires Dan St Clair. We. Plotts John Hunter l. Acor Joseph Derr Henry Hooper Arthur leighow Howard Geiger Samuel Taylor James Gilt her Andy Depoo John Ashenfelder George Metzger David Ulrich Wesley hilkert., George Deihl j. A. Cromis Peter Werkheiser Ralph welliver John a Foreman the Philadelphia record yesterday morning in its a your state neighbors column tells the following a Warden c. F. Sunderland of Tho Luzerne county jail accords prisoners who a learn the rights extraordinary privileges. For example. The Scranton times tells How Peter Deitri Cli sentenced for shooting and killing a Man at Danville goes out in the morning As Foreman of a gang of men to work three fourths of a mile from Tho goal. They have no guards Over them and Are not dressed in prison clothes. In the evening the men return to confinement. A Sunbury hotel change hand. Or. F. E. Drumheller has sold the Good will and fixtures of the City hotel at Sunbury to Charles Rothernel the former proprietor of the packet House. The Sale Price is reported at $11,000.00. Or. Rothernel will take possess Soti on the first of november. It looks to us As though the weather Man ought to have enough Laid in for a Rainy Day. The championship Pennant is raised the first event on the program was gotten under Way promptly at 2 15 when the Danville and Benton teams left the d. L. Amp w. Crossing on Mill Street headed by bergers band and marched to the Ball grounds where a crowd of 1500 people cheered every development of the program. With the Danville team lined up be Fon the grand stand a selection was Given by the band and then James Scarlet esq., presented the Pennant to the Danville athletic association in a most suitable address. Or. Scarlet said we exult not alone because the Pennant is Here but also because there is no taint or suspicion on the club that won. Fair play and a Square Deal has been the motto of the Danville club during the season. The fact that her antagonists were worthy makes the Victory All the sweeter and we should shout for All the teams of the Susquehanna league. No league has furnished its patrons with bettor and More thrilling base Ball. Or. Scarlet complimented the directors and managers of the Danville athletic association for furnishing a season of clean sport. He then turned to the rooters male and female and told them it was their steadfastness that had often turned defeat into Victory. Turning to the Danville base Ball 1 club or. Scarlet said members of the Danville base Ball club we part with you with regret. You have bad the Honor of Danville in your keeping and right loyally have you kept it it can be said of tie Danville club that it is a club of gentlemen worthy of commendation. You stand in the Susquehanna league without a jeer. Both teams and the hand then March Oil to the Flag Polo and the Maroon and Gold Emblem was Flung to the breezes. Danville took closing game of the season the Danville team closed its part of Tho season of 1909 saturday afternoon in a fitting manner by adding one More Victory to its string at the expense of Benton. Both teams put up a Good game and while Danville was in no danger at any time the game was not one sided enough to become monotonous. The crowd had the pleasure of see aug Jinmie Board play in right Field. He came up to All expectations when he lifted a pretty line drive Over the Center Field Fence. He had but two chances in right Field one of which a hard try against the Fence he did no to get. Coveleskie was in the Box during the game and was working in his easiest style. The game went two innings without scoring. In the third Mackert opened with a Long Fly into Center went to second on Dooley a sacrifice and took third on Metzler a roller to Short. Hess popped a High one in the Vicinity of the second station which nobody decided to take and Mackert scored. Danville took another tally in the fourth when Jimmie Beard sent the leather Over Tho Palli Sud. In the sixth Livengood scored by singling to right and passing around on a stolen base and an Cir or. He Roj heated the trick in the eighth singling to right advancing on burkes error and scoring on Covel Eksie shit. Benton grew troublesome in but one chapter. In the eighth by Kunigan singled to left and was advanced on Reichart s hit. Mccarty got life on Thomas error filling the bases. Bran Nigan scored on Long s out and e. Raubuch fanned. The score Danville. R. H. O. A. A Hess 3b0 0 0 3 0 Livengood 2b.2 2 2 2 0 Umlauf is. 0 0 2 1 0 Coveleskie p.0 1 1 4 0 continued on 4�h Page 50 surrounded banquet Board at City hotel the last event of the Day and in some respects the most pleasing and satisfying took place at the City hotel at 10 o clock saturday evening when the Board of directors and stockholders of the Danville athletic association Banquete the Danville team and u few invited guests. The banquet was a most delightful affair enthusiasm and tin spirit of Victory running High. Chief among tin guests was president William l. Mccollum of Wilkes Barre who took occasion during the evening to compliment highly the Danville team and its backers. He also paid a compliment to Simon k. Hoffman As the most capable manager in the Susquehanna league. A Telegram was read at the banquet from t. J. Price president of the Danville athletic association who was absent from the City tendering Hearty congratulations to the team and expressing regret that to could not be present at the festivities. The banquet itself was a credit to the City hotel management. At a Long table which reached the length of the dining room were seated the stockholders and team and at a smaller table atom end were the directors and officers. An orchestra rendered music during the affair. The menu was As follows Blue Points on half Shell Chicken Noodle Salt water Rock fish roast Turkey Oyster sauce prime ribs of beef mushrooms salted almonds pickles Queen olives Chicken salad celery sherbet mashed potatoes Sweet potatoes lettuce new Corn Lima beaus ice Cream assorted cakes nats fruit Coffee Tea cigars presentation of fobs during the course of the banquet Secretary Ralph Kisner in the absence of president Price presented each member of the championship Danville team with a Gold watch Fob As a remembrance from the Danville athletic association of the past season. The fobs Are in the form of a locket. On one Side is beautifully engraved the Monogram of the player and on the other Side appear the words a Susquehanna league champions Danville 1909.�?� those present. Those present at the banquet Ere the team Simon k. Hoffman manager Arthur j. Lawrence assistant manager Warren heist Captain Lawrence Dooley William Ainderman John Mccloud Charles Rowe Frank Coveleskie Robert Thomas Walter Livengood. William Umlauf. F. M. Mackert and Emery Metzler. Guests a. L. Mccollum president of the Susquehanna league Umpire Hagemyer of blooms org George Krebs and o. F. Uhl of Somerset manager Lloyd Mchenry of Benton Henry Shamokin Olieo. R. Angle of the morning news staff and Robert Mccoy scorer. Officers and directors a. G. Pur sol. Vice president Ralph Kisner Secretary Harry Elle Ubogy a treasurer Victor Vincent Thov As g. Vincent m. J. Rielly Gorman John k. M. Curry. Stockholders a. P. Hancock Frank c. Angle Clarence Haupt Arthur freeze Joseph Leohner w. J. Rogers John f. Toony w. H. N. Walker Sam Rebman Robert Pursel c. L. Foulk j. Ii. Cole David Roderick Arthur Watkins William a. Stchler g. Shoop Hunt Arthur c. Amesbury John Evans Anil or. W. It. Paules. Autumn wedding Bells Are ringing merrily. Monster crowd views the base Ball Parade no evidences have been lacking of late to prove that base Ball has taken deep Root in Danville. It remained however for the Parade saturday night following on the heels of the rousing demonstration attending the raising of tin Pennant to establish beyond All doubt or denial the full breadth and depth of the enthusiasm i it pertaining to the National game that has Laid hold of the people regardless of age rank or calling. That the demonstration Hail the moral support of the Public was evidenced by the noisy throngs on the streets. The whole town seemed to have turned out eur Masse. It was the usual saturday night crowd augmented tenfold. By 7 30 o clock the sidewalks were overflowing and persons who were desirous of moving from one k int to another with celerity were obliged to take the Middle of the Street. At that Early hour Zed Light began to bum while cow Bells and horns mingled with shouts conveyed some idea of what was to follow. The first real demonstration occurred when the 8 of clock trolley car arrived from blooms org and the Catawissa hand alighted. In a Blaze of red Light and with tumultuous throngs flank and rear the baud marched to Market Street where the Mehani Cuvillo band was waiting and where the Parade was to form. It was about 8 30 of clock when the Parade moved. The scene that was presented As the column swept Down Mill Street has had few parallels in the history of Danville the Long Street from end to end seemed enveloped in one continuous Blaze of red Light scores of rockets were exploding in the air while the horns and the cow Bells a Well they simply did their worst. A word As to the line of March. First came the Danville police Force a chief of police Mincemoyer and officer j. G. Voris accompanied by Constable w. E. Young. Immediately following were chief marshal Edward Gorman president of the Susquehanna league w. L. Mccullum and aide Samuel Rebman. At this Point leading the main column came the stars Ami stripes the Beautiful Flag of Goodrich Post no. 22, g. A. by Samuel Lunger a member of Tho Post and Tho Veteran of Many Battles. Tho Catawissa hand followed whose spirited music inspired a vigorous Quick step. About Midway in the first division came the league Jim want born proudly aloft by Albert Bookmiller. Then followed a your team a tube works Ball team and supporters. In the first division were several banners on one of which was emblazoned the legend a the team with the perfect record. A on another the tube works team proclaimed its honorable record As follows a tubers won two lost o. Percentage 1000.�?� the latter Banner was carried by Earl Ainderman and Fred Rupp. The second division headed by w. A. Stchler John Cruikshank and James Ryan marched to the music of tin baud. After the band the stove works team Anil Snoj Wirters the a smoke shop the White horse ail the Riverside teams followed in order. In this division a Banner borne by Tho stove works team hurling a hold Challenge to the tubers attracted attention. The Banner which was carried by Arthur Walker manager and Gus Lehman Captain read As follows a tubers a met us at in 1910. Nut sed. Stove Tho interesting procession moved Down Mill Street to Chambers Street where it counter marched to the River Bridge. It does no to require any nerve to pass the hat providing the other fellow is holding , p. Hancock before Council b. O. Ellis general manager Anil a. W. Duy solicitor of the Columbia Light Power and railways company appeared before Council Friday eve for the purpose of making application for the right to erect poles on the streets for the purpose of bringing into Danville the highly efficient electric current to be transmitted from Harwood in the near future. They explained that the erection of poles is in Progress both Between Harwood and Berwick mud Between the latter Point and the towns of Bloomsburg and Danville. On motion it was ordered that tin matter be referred to the Borough solicitor and that it he taken up for further consideration at a special meeting to be held next Friday night. Or. Hancock a proposition. A communication was received from the Borough solicitor explaining that the original Street is Way Ordi Nanee and the East Market Street paving ordinance both imperatively require that the Danville amp Sunbury transit company pave its portion of East Market 8treet with precisely the same material and in precisely the same manner that is used by the Borough of Danville. This to said makes it Clear that the paving bricks can not be legally Laid Flat Between the rails but must be Laid on Edge. On motion or. Gearhart a communication was accepted and ordered filed. C. P. Hancock president of the Danville and Sunbury transit company was present and explained that it was not necessary that the Brick be Laid Flat Between the rails in order to use the Street rail at present in use on the Danville and Sunbury line. He exhibited two specimens of special Brick that Are being manufactured to show that it is practical to pave to the present rail without employing a different and More expensive system. The proposed Brick of course would be Laid edgewise. Or. Hancock a proposition was taken up and a rather heated discussion followed. There seemed to be no one among the Counci Smeu who objected to the Danville and Sunbury transit company using the rail at present in use on East Market Street provided the proper Brick be used. It seemed to be the sense of All however that there should be no undue haste in taking tidal action. Or. Hancock protested against delay. On motion of or. Cleaver however it was ordered that the matter be deferred until next Friday night when a special meeting will be held. Mahoning Creek. A communication was received h. T. Hecht superintendent of tin rolling Mills department of the Rea ing Iron company calling the attention of Council to the condition of the bed of Mahoning Creek at a Point b Low Tho dam opposite the Mills. Tin re is an accumulation of stones dirt an i rubbish in the Creek bed which has raised the level of the Creek to a Point which seriously interferes with the operation of the Mills by damming up the sewers and throwing water into the wheel pit whenever the water is at no Normal height. It was Haskeil that the Borough have the bed of the Creek cleaned out Tho read aug Iron company agreeing to stand one half the expense. On motion of or. Curry it was ordered that or. Heel to a proposition he accepted. It was stipulated however that the work be done under the supervision of the Street commissioner. A communication was received from Hugh Oliver sr., proposing to furnish a horse Wagon or cart to do the work on the streets at Tho rate of $2.00 in a Day. The proposition included a Man also. On motion it was ordered that or. Oliver a communication be accepted and tiled. His was taken up later and was declined. Electricians report. The Borough electrician presented Bis report which showed that the total Cost of operating the Plant for september was $388.51. Sixty seven tons of Coal were consumed. The Plant was in operation 297 hours. On motion it was ordered that an incandescent lamp be placed at Church and water streets and at Cross keys place on water Street. High Constable b. B. Brown reported Tho unsanitary condition of the Stream Between the Titel and Ryan pro verties on North Mill Street. The following members were present Schatz Cleaver lies. Marshall Jones Deutsch and Curry. The following Hills were approved for payment Borough department. Labor Ami hauling$263.25 regular employees. 117.50 labor on Light. 29.25 h. S. Kauffman.50 Frank ii. Stewart Elee. Co. 19.07 welliver How. Co. 25.89 Peoples Coal Yard. 3.25�?othe lain of the Jungle Hon. Alexander Billmeyer a Fine Herd of Twenty elks is now reduced to Nineteen. Old jumbo which bad always possessed a fairly Good reputation a few Days ago went bad and killed a two year old Elk Bull one of Tho finest specimens of the Herd. Or. Bill Ever and son Harry were in this City yesterday. They had just shipped the head of the dead Elk to Williamsport where it will is mounted by the Well known taxidermist c. H. Eldon. In conversation with a news reporter they described the deadly conflict in which tin Young Elk lost his life. Jumbo previously although inclined to he Savage when brought in Contact with human beings showed no particular animosity toward his own kind. He accordingly was allowed the Freedom of the general enclosure which this year owing to the Low stage of the Creek is nearly twice the size of former years. Jumbo seemed on the usual Good terms with the rest of the Herd until sunday when his Savage nature seemed to assert itself and he fell upon Tho two year old Bull. Tin latter Alt Hough he weighed soon seven Hundred pounds was to circumstance to the monster jumbo. Governed by Savage instinct the old Elk thrust his Sharp Antler into Tho fore Quarter of the Young Hull aiming directly for Liis heart. He missed his Mark Only by a Small margin and produced a wound sufficient to causo death. In his Savage ferocity he next jumped upon the injured Bull and trampled him under Bis feet. Meanwhile All were powerless to Render Aid As it would have meant instant death for any person to have entered the enclosure. Even the other hulls several in number four years of age so think into one Corner awed by old jumbo s exhibition of Wrath. Proclaimed himself King. At this juncture the game preserve afforded a remarkable instance to illustrate the a Law of the old jumbo was forced into a separate enclosure where lie can do to harm. Hardly bail he been secured however and the dead body of Bis victim removed from the Field when the larger of the four yearlings bounded out into the open and giving his head a lordly toss and hurling Defiance to the rest of the Herd in language that All understood proclaimed himself King of the Herd. In a single Day. Almost in a single hour his nature underwent a change. From a playful and tractable beast to became Savage and ungovernable a Terri r to the re get Ltd tin Herd Aud a menace to human Veteran passes away Jacob Gearhart Hummer a Well known resident died at Bis Home. Dewart Street South Danville at 3 of clock tuesday morning following a Long siege of illness. The deceased was aged 77 years 4 months and 27 Days. He was born in Rush township Northumberland county and with the exception of some two years spent in tin army lived his entire life on the South Side. He was a Carpenter by occupation. To was a Good citizen a Dutiful husband and a kind Parent. He was a Veteran of the civil War enlisting october 3. 1s08, in company a 58th regiment p y. I. He was honorable discharged october 15, 1865, on account of tin War closing. Among other engagements in participated in the Battles of Petersburg Richmond cold Harbor fort Harrison to the fall of Petersburg and at tin fall of Richmond. The deceased is survived by his wife four sons. J. Dallas Hummer of Danville Alfred of Avis Clinton county Edward Anil Frank of South Danville also three daughters. Mrs. Elizabeth Miller of Riverside mrs. William Hoover of Plum Creek Valley and mrs. Edward Hoffer. Of Illyria Ohio. Four Sisters who resides at different Points in the West also survive. The funeral will be hold from the late residence thursday afternoon at 2 of clock. Interment will be made at it. Vernon cemetery. The Servid it. At the grave will be private. Standard Gas co. Silver Spring Quarry co d. L. Amp a. R. R. Co water department. Regular employees. Cleaning boilers. Quaker City rubber co. Atlantic refining co. Liberty mfg. Co Friendship fire co. A. M. Peters. Peoples Coal Yard. Standard Gas co. $153.50 when a Man is As Meek As a Lamb his wife Seldom misses an Opportunity to make him feel sheepish

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