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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 21, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaState Library. Vol. 55�?no 40danville jpa., thursday. October 21,1909 established in 1855 e wanted local agent to advertise and introduce the new educational work websters dictionary and Atlas of the world. Must to educated and Able to furnish Good references As to ability Anil character. The Saalfield publishing company Akron Ohio. Henry p. Fletcher of Greencastle Franklin county is mentioned As a it of sible minister to China to take the place of Charles r. Crane who was recalled when he was about to Board the ship at san Francisco. Or. Fletcher is now charged affaires at peking. Rev. W. E. Haas pastor of the Frankford Avenue methodist episcopal Church at Philadelphia fell from a second Story window of the parsonage where he had been fixing an awning and lost his balance and landed on the Sexton William Burk. The minister was badly shaken up and both men were bruised. Loaded on forty specially built pressed steel cars making a train one third of a mile Long a 1,500 ton order of steel beams was hauled away from the Bethlehem steel works to a Davenport Iowa firm. This remarkable order which is believed to be the largest single shipment of steel Ever made was turned out inside Twenty four hours after it was received. Pittsburg playgrounds association is going to make every school building in the City a club House where the Young and old May meet during the Long Winter evenings. There will be programs of entertainment prepared. The school building named for the founder of the Pennsylvania common school system Thaddeus Stevens will be the first one opened to the Public. Students of Haverford College Are going to have a Beauty show next week. They do not intend to pose themselves but will each give pictures of their Best girls and these will be placed Oil exhibition. For the most Beautiful a Silver cup will be Given. Each contributing student will be entitled to three votes. Some of the pictures Are of real beauties and some look suspiciously like persons who have gained Fame behind the footlights. Antonio Rock a Young italian who was arrested in Pittsburg in the company of 12-year-old Margaret Thompson of near Butler whom lie is charged with having abducted was held for court after a hearing. His bail was fixed at $1,000 and As he was unable to pay it he was sent to jail. The girl and her Mother wanted to drop the Case but the District attorney persists in pushing it. The accused Man said that he had been at the Thompson Home As a Hoarder for four weeks and he was going to Wheeling w. Va., on a visit to his father. The girl wanted to go with him and he was taking her when he was caught. Monongahela merchants Are this week celebrating Booster week. They have decorated their windows and Are offering bargains. Chester a Lodge of elks is going to play Santa clans to the poor children this year. Presents will be distributed and the Little ones Given a dinner. David Jayne Hill ambassador from the United states to Germany was Given a reception by the Williamsport Branch of the German american Alliance while on a visit to that City. Harvey Stoner of Waynesboro deserted his wife Anil child. To is alleged to have neglected and abused his wife and she had him arrested. Several Days afterwards lie disappeared. Another woman is said to be mixed up in the Case. Or. Anua Law Avaril of Amherst Nova Scotia formerly of Scranton is in a serious condition As the result of falling from a Street car while 011 a visit to her old Home. The car is said to have started before she was off. Her left Arm was fractured and she was probably injured internally. Samuel Garner of new Holland Lancaster county is in jail charged with trying to Poison his Bride of two weeks. His father in Law Robert Lynch is the prosecutor. The Man is alleged to have quarrelled with Liis 17 year old spouse on the Day of their marriage and the attempt to kill is said to have followed. Mrs. Elizabeth Hall died at Wayne Burg at the age of 115 years. She was a member of a sunday school class that gave a reception to Lafayette on his second visit to the United states in 1824 and told How the great Man placed his hand on the head of every Little girl present. They talked of this for years afterwards she said. At the meeting of the Pittsburg Synod g. A of the evangelical lutheran Church at Butler the fiftieth anniversary of the ministry of John w. Schwartz d. D., of Worthington was celebrated. There is a membership of 80,050 in tin Synod an increase of 587 Over last year. There Are 127 churches two More than last year. The churches gave $82,020.50 during the year for Blu Volent , q. The Borough Council held a regular meeting Quot riday eve with a Bare quorum of members present As follows Schatz Cleaver lies Jones Everhart Deutsch and Marshall. There was Only a Small volume of business on hand which was disposed of in a Little Over an hour. Will enforce payment. On motion it was ordered that the Borough solicitor be directed to proceed at once by due and Legal process to enforce the payment of the municipal claims and liens entered against the properties on South Mill Street for curbing and paving said part of the above Street. Street repairs ordered. Or. Cleaver of the committee on streets and Bridges called attention to the need of repairs on water Street. He reported that f. Q. Hartman proprietor of the silk Mills has agreed to assist in defraying the Cost contributing his personal Check for one Hundred dollars if the Borough will enter upon the improvement of the Street this fall. On motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that the Borough accept or. Hartman a proposition. Or. Lies reported that the last Street in Gulicki a addition is in a very bad condition being almost impassable for heavy wagons. On motion the matter was referred to the committee on streets and Bridges with instruction to make repairs immediately if necessary. Sewer extensions. On motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that the bed of blizzard ran he cleaned out both above and below the Railroad in the Vicinity of the d. L. Amp w. Station. On motion it was ordered that $10.25 be paid to Paul Swontek As a balance due him for permitting the Borough to dump Street scrapings on his lot. On motion of or. Everhart it was ordered that the sewer he extended on Spruce Street As far As the Welsh Church. On motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that the sewer be extended from West Mahoning Street along Chestnut Street to the premises of j. B. Mccoy on West Market Street. Concerning the canal. On motion of or. Deutsch it was ordered that the Secretary be instructed to address a communication to the d. L. Amp w. Railroad company to determine the status of the proposition to clean ont and fill no the old canal which the d. L. Amp w. Company advanced some months ago. On motion the Street commissioner was instructed to pipe the Stream in the third Ward known As Titelis run which owing to presence of sewage Lias become objectionable. The following Bills were approved for payment Borough department. Labor and hauling.$258.50 labor in Light. 24.50 Friendship fire co. 19.75 John a. Mowrey. 1.24 Francis Hartman. 1.50 Well i ver How. Co. 1.08 regular employees. 117.50 t. L. Evans sons. 60.45 d. L. Amp w. Railroad co .7.65 water department. Regular employees .$161.40 Friendship fire co. 28.58 Peoples Coal Yard. 257.86 b. B. Brown. 9.50committed suicide a female patient at the Hospital for the insane committed suicide saturday Uig lit by hanging lie Elf. The woman was from Potter county and was a charge upon the poor District. In committing the deed she used a Sheet from the bed fastening one end at tin transom above and the other around her neck. Leaping from the bed she accomplished her purpose. Suicides Are rare at the Hospital Fox the insane and that one now and then should occur among nearly one thousand patients is not strange considering that Many of them have a mania for to appear the regular term of court for october so far As the grand and traverse jurors Are concerned has been declared off. The order of court to that effect which was made 011 saturday was not generally anticipated even about the court House and came As a Surprise. Court convened in special session saturday morning with his Honor judge Evans and associates Blee and welliver on the Bench. Some routine work was transacted when the court made the following order and now october 16, 1909, it appearing to the court that there will be 110 Bills of indictment or other matters to be submitted to the grand jury at the october term of court 1909 and it further appearing to the court that there Are 110 causes for trial at the said october term of court the sheriff of Montour county is ordered and directed forthwith to notify the grand and the Petit or traverse jurors summoned for the said october term of court that they will not be required to appear there being no business to be transacted that will require their appearance at that time. By the court Charles c. Evans p. J. The action of court in notifying the jurors not to appear effects a saving of some four Hundred dollars for the county. Over Ami above this however it is a noteworthy fact that the order reduces the number of terms of court in Montour county this year to one term which was held last May. The next regular term of court will not take place until january 1910. Sheriffs Busy Day. As the result of the above order of court sheriff d. C. Williams saturday a my in a strenuous Day As it devolved 011 him to notify each one of the grand and traverse jurors drawn not to a Wiear at court this morning. Court in several instances during a few years past Lias been declared off in the same Way hut it 1ms never happened before that the order was made so late in the week and that the sheriff was Given such a Short time in which to notify the jurors. Sheriff Williams however proved equal to the emergency saturday and did some of the liveliest kind of hustling. During the afternoon he notified about one half of All the jurors drawn and saturday evening Felt confident that Short As the interval was lie would have 110 difficulty in reaching every juror in the county in time to prevent his Appa Rouce at work started the Concrete work is Well under Way at the double Box Culvert being constructed by the Pennsylvania Railroad company just East of the crossing at South Danville. A steam Concrete mixer is installed and from now on the work will Progress rapidly although in the very nature of things the Culvert can not to completed until near the holidays. Much trouble was anticipated on the score of water accumulating in the big excavation which had to be sunk some seven feet deeper than the Bottom of the old Culvert in order to reach solid Rock a steam Plant and centrifugal pump were installed when a very Odd circumstance occurred. Just As everything was in readiness for operating the pump the water found an unknown subterranean outlet communicating with the River and every drop drained out of the excavation. Since thou water has hardly been a Factor to reckon with. Miss Burdick a Bride word was received in this City yesterday of the marriage of miss Ethel m. Burdick of Scranton and the daughter of mrs. E. A. Burdick formerly of this City and George Leech of Burlington Vermont. The ceremony took place in St. Marks Church at Dunn More and was performed by Rev. Sidney Winters on thursday october 14th. Or. Leech is employed As an electrical Engineer by the Scranton electric company in which City the Young pm pie will reside. Expressed sympathy. The following Telegram was received yesterday by Charles Cha 1 Fant. Of South Danville from lock Haven where opened yesterday the annual meeting of the grand Encampment of grand Lodge of Penn a. I. O. F. Charles Chalfant p. G. M., the grand Encampment of the Pennsylvania i. O. O. F. In Eightieth communication assembled has by Resolution adopted expressed its sincere sympathy for you in your continued illness and enforced absence. Usher a. Hall grand scribe. Mrs. J. Brader returned last evening from a weeks visit with relatives in Williamsport and Hughesville. 25 years dry May be wet. After being a a dry for Over a Quarter of a Century an application for a retail liquor Sci lieu License in the Borough of Millville Columbia comity. May he made at the next License court at blooms org. The last person to hold a License in Millville was the late Humphrey Parker nearly 80 years ago. Fie voluntarily stopped business Ami the town has been the Only one of its size in Columbia county or probably in the state that has not had a licensed fact the petition of Arthur c. Amesbury chief Burgess of the Borough of Danville for the approval of the East Marker Street paving ordinance recently enacted by Council was presented to court on saturday morning. Judge Evans made the following decree and now october 16, 1909, upon the Reading of the within petition and after due consideration the court approves the within mentioned ordinance and further decrees As follows that the authorities of the said Borough of Danville shall to and hereby Are permitted to now proceed with mentioned improvement As prayed for that hereafter All parties interested shall he stopped from denying the fact that the said a Jot Tiou for the said improvement was signed by the requisite two thirds majority of property own Eis As required by Law and that a certified copy of this petition and decree of court be filed among the official records of the said Borough of Danville. By order of the court Charles c. Evans p. J. Before making the order after hearing the petition the court asked if anyone representing the Danville and Sunbury transit company was present. Charles p. Hancock president of the above company was in court and explained to judge Evans that his company had waived Appeal on the strength of an Assurance received from the councilmen that it would not he requited to change the rail 011 East Market Street hut would be permitted to pave up to the one at present in use. The next step. The next step in the proceedings will be to notify the trolley company to pave its a portion of the Street As required by Law a procedure which will tie up affairs for sixty Days precluding All possibility of entering on the work of paving before next Spring. The interval Between the expiration of the sixty Days and first of april next can be very advantageously employed in awarding contracts for paving and that at the earliest possible Date next Spring the work 011 the Street can go Forward. The paving is at last assured.3000 mile Auto trip. Dust covered and tanned or. And mrs. V v. Laidacker returned to their Home in this City tuesday having completed a 8,000 mile automobile trip which took them through six states and As far West As Illinois. The trip was made in or. Hai Dackery a Pooh Tribune car and was made entirely with it Accident not even tire trouble being experienced. Or. And mrs. Laidacker left Danville on september 18th going to Pittsburg and thence South to Wheeling West Virginia they then turned North making Columbus Anil Dayton Ohio ii Liana Hgt Lis Ami Terre haute Indiana Haris Decatur and Lincoln. Illinois. At the latter place they Swient a week As the guests of or. And mrs. Edwand Edmondson and Walter Foust who recently moved there from this City. While there they also took in the big fair at Springfield 111. Starting East they came Hack As far As Terre haute and then turned North passing through Youngstown Ohio and into Michigan. From Michigan they came South into Ohio and entered Pennsylvania in the Northwestern Corner and made their Way on to Danville. They report a most pleasant trip. E. H. Butler of Wilkes Barre who died last week has made provision in his will for a Parrot and two riot cats of which he thought a great Deal. Missionary meeting the sixth annual convention of the women a Home and foreign missionary society of this District is now in session in the lutheran Church at Numidia having opened yesterday morning. The first session was held yesterday afternoon at 2 of clock. The devotional services and address of Welcome were Given by Rev. Wah Mauu after which the reports of the standing committees were presented. The evening session opened at 7 80 of clock the address being delivered by Rev. F. A. Bowers of Philadelphia. This morning the exercises will open at 9 of clock Anil Rev. Dry. Of baristas will deliver an address and will he followed by Ella Bradford of Pottstown. Well known musician Here. Or. And mrs. Charles Yusiu Pauo and Sou of Scranton Are spending several Days with mrs. Elizabeth Johnson and or. And mrs. George Tillson of this City. Or. Musumano is Well known in musical circles having just finished ail engagement As trombone soloist with Arthur Pryor a band at new York City. Miss Anna Brest in of West Hazleton. Took a dose of Landanno mistaking it for cough Medicine and died before the doctor report roads thru of hours sufficed to clean up All the business before court monday. As explained in our last Issue owing to the fact that there were no Hills of indictment nor causes for trial before court the grand and the traverse jurors were notified not to appear. Court therefore was a slim proposition. However during the three hours that court was in session judge Evans was Busy. Court convened at 10 o clock with his Honor Charles c. Evans president judge and associates Blee and welliver 011 the Bench. After presenting their reports the constables were called before court being required to stand in a Row. Following the practice inaugurated at the lust term of court judge Evans addressing each one separately asked him whether in conformity with the Law since the last term of court he had visited each place uhis District where liquor is sold at least once a month and whether 011 these occasions he had observed any violations of the Law either As relates to the Selling of liquor 011 sunday to minors to person visibly affected with liquor or of known in Tom Verafe habits. Each Constable in Whoso District there Are any places where liquor is sold averred that lie had observed no violations in any form. The court has evidence. At this juncture judge Evans created a mild sensation by asserting that j there Are nevertheless violations of the liquor Law in Danville and that he himself is Able to produce the evidence that the constables have failed to discover. As Lata As last saturday judge Evans declared he observed four Drunken men each of whom was hardly Able to stand and should have been locked up moving about the streets of Danville one of them remarked a a lot a go in and have another drink. A a they went judge Evans affirmed a and they got the drinks too at least they lined up before the bar and the liquor was set ont in front of them. A a the breweries. It was reported to the court that much of the drunkenness observed on the streets is caused by the practice Brewers have of Selling Beer by the Keg to parties or individuals who drink the same in the alleys or along the River. Indictments ordered. Constable hollow Hugh of Derry township reported that the Road leading from Henry Coopers to the top of tanners Hill is in a bail condition. Keefer a Bridge Oil the Bill lieder Road is out of repair. The latter Road also is in had condition being nearly a grown Upit is difficult to get through with a buggy owing to the overhanging Trees. Noah stump Constable of Liberty township reported the Road a Between John Lungero a and Andrew Kelley a running West As almost impassable owing to the fact that it is too narrow and is in need of general repairs. As relates to the neglect of sup Eivis ors in both Derry and Liberty townships judge Evans directed the District attorney to take the matter in hand preparing indictments and presenting the same to the grand jury at the next term of court. Judge Evans declared that it is the duty of the supervisors to keep the roads in Good repair. Should an Accident occur at any joint 011 the roads re a hired Asiu need of Rej pairs the respective townships could be mulched in damages which might be As High As $5,000. A Little reflection he said would convince the tax a layers that it might be cheaper in the end to expend 011 the roads what is required for repairs. Sentence suspended. John Koch and Herman Koch who pleaded guilty to larceny of scrap were brought before court for sentence. Ralph Kisner who represented the Danville stove amp manufacturing company from which the articles were stolen in View of the trifling value involved addressed the court a stating that he regarded this As a ease in which clemency might be very properly exercised. The two defendants were called Lee a fore court. In reply to a question John explained that lie is Twenty two years of age is single and resides with his father who is seventy four years of age Anil is dependent 011 the son for support. Herman stated that he is thirty two years of age is married and is father of a child four years of age. Both declared that they had never erred before and that if tin court would he lenient with them they would never do so again. Judge Evans reminded the defendants that for the off Nese they had committed he could sentence each of them to the Penitentiary for three years. It is just As grievous an offence he said a to steal a Pound of brass As it is to threatened at an Early hour tuesday morning a fire raged in the Little Borough of Walliin Gronville that threatened for a while to wipe out a Largo a portion of that Village and which before it was gotten under control had burned the building owned by Janies Stacker and used by him As a Wood working shop and stable and the barn of Bruce Kelly. The origin of tin lire which was discovered about 2 80 of clock is enshrouded in mystery. When the first of the citizens Caine hurrying to the scene of the conflagration the flames had already gained Good headway in stockers shop and the wind blowing out of the South West was sending the Sparks across the Street in the direction of Kelly Brothers big flouring Mill and the main portion of the town. For a while it seemed As if the town was a loomed but just when the danger was at its greatest the wind suddenly veered and blowing from the North West sent the so arks into a direction where they were harmless. As nearly every person in this Vicinity knows the shop of or. Stecker is situated 011 the left Side of the Road As one enters Walliin Gronville coming from Danville. It was a Long narrow building about 100 by 20. Or. Stacker himself is a Workman who has spent his life amassing a wide knowl do Ltd of the Trade of Wood turning. In his shop was a Wood turning lathe a gasoline engine and a collection of the necessities of his Trade which represented the accumulation of Many years Industry such As a valuable assortment of tools and a Quantity of Fine seasoned a number of partly finished wooden articles. Also in the stable were a horse and a buggy. Of All this not a single article was saved from the flames. As near As it is possible to estimate or. Stockers loss in Money it would be Between $2,000 and $8.000 and 011 this he had no insurance. Separated from the shop by an open space of ten feet stood the barn of Bruce Kelly and the Fin was quickly communicated to this Structure. Or. Kelly had about 8 tons of Hay. A lot of Grain implements Etc which were burned. His cow and chickens were saved. Or. Kelly a loss is about $1,000 on which he carried $800 insurance. The fire was discovered by mrs. Henry Wagner who lived polite the Park hotel. She succeed in arousing a few neighbors Amo whom was or. Kelly. Who at one sounded the Mill whistle and then the Telephone Bells in the Homes All Over the country Side were ringing the Call for help. In a remarkably Short time a big crowd of men had gather with tin simple Means at hand were fighting the lire. A double line of bucket passers to the Mill race a toss Street from Seckt res shop and valiant work was done in preventing flames from spreading. A circumstance that greatly aided the tire fighters was the fact that the Kelly barn had a Metal roof which largely relived the aug ont of flying supervisor Benjamin f. Apple of Sunbury has been recommended by the department of Commerce and labor to president Taft for the position of supervising census enumerator of the twelfth c congressional District comprising the counties of Northumberland Columbia Montour Ami Sullivan and his appointment by the president will probably follow shortly. This position commands about three Hundred appointments of enumerators throughout the four counties. To will also appoint a clerk to assist him in his duties. The census will Start next june. From the office of the supervisor will be issued All Blank papers books of information and other articles in the equipment of a census enumerator. They Are supposed to Complete their work in a month or two. Make their returns to the supervisor and he in turn forwards All the data to the department at Washington. The responsible position of Suji Orvis or at the last census was also held by u Sun Burian. Harry a. Reed being tin incumbent of the n. G. Election All roads in tie Northern end of Montour county yesterday morning seemed to Lead to Exchange the occasion being the dedication of St. James Catholic Church which took place at 10 of clock. The pleasant Village was overflowing with people among whom were Well known and distinguished a ice soils. The Church edifice dedicated is completed in every detail. It is a commodious Well designed Structure built in the romanesque style and stands As an ornament to the Village. The Church was dedicated by the it. Rev. J. W. Shanahan Bishop of the diocese of Harrisburg assisted by the following priests Rev. Jules c. Foin assistant pastor Rev. J. A. Huber of Hanover and Rev. Charles Goeckel of Wilkes Barre deacons of Honor the Rev. A. J. Mccann Deacon of the mass the Rev. James Mcgrath of Harrisburg sub Deacon the Rev. William Ocalla inn of Berwick master of ceremonies the Rev. A. Feeser pastor of St. James Church celebrant. The Sermon. The Sermon was preached by the Rev. Edward Mcclarey of Milton and was an exceptionally Able and appropriate Effort. A comparison was made Between the temples of the old Law Anil those of the new. The Temple of Solomon and the sacrifices attached thereto for instance were but types of the temples and sacrifices of the new Law. As Imler the old Law the blood of the Lamb and oxen were offered As victims so under the new Law the blood and body of the Lamb of god namely Jesus Christ is offered on the altar of every roman Catholic Church. The following clergy were in the Sanctuary the Rev. Father Murphy of Bloomsburg the Rev. Father Dougherty of Sunbury the Rev. Father Boyle of Harrisburg the Rev. Father Kennedy of Lebanon the Rev. Or. Nickols of Lancaster. Class confirmed. After the dedication the Bishop administered the sacrament of confirmation to a class of nine. Before giving continuation the Bishop Sioke very earnestly to the class explaining the doctrine of the sacrament of Confirma Tion. After the confirmation services i were Over the Bishop spoke very feelingly thanking the members of St. James Parish complimenting them on their new Church referring in tin most commend tory terms to the Good work that has been accomplished by their zealous pastor the Rev. A. A special choir. Music for the occasion was furnished by a special choir under the direction of or. G. A. Stock of this City. Among others of Danville who assisted the choir were mrs. J. F. Tooley. Miss Agnes Kim Ucinski and mrs. Michael Buck. Might Mary Kmiecinski. Organist at St. Hubert a Church this City officiated at the Organ during the j dedicatory exercises. Anthony Schott of Sunbury also assisted the choir. The Church was crowded on the occasion among others present being the Hon. C. 11. Dickerman. Of Milton. H011. L. W. Welliver of Exchange and judge f. G. Blee of Derry Sand needed. Continued on 2nd Page. One month from monday. November 18th, the commission of major b. 1�. Updegraff now the senior major of the twelfth regiment n. G. P., will expire and an election will be held on or about that Date to till the vacancy thus occasioned. Major Updegraff will lie a candidate to succeed himself and thus far there is no other candidate in the Field. It is improbable that he will have any opposition. This vacancy will 1h the last in the twelfth regiment through expiration until december 28th, when the commission of Captain Charles Vav. Heilhecker commanding company a will expire. The Sand hauled 011 the driveway of the River Bridge has not been a Frank failure neither has it been wholly a Success. That it served a Good purpose in preventing horses from slipping during the two or three Rains that have occurred since if was placed 011 the Bridge no one will deny but at the same time the exp a raiment has proven that Sand on the Arco Resina cd blocks is an unstable thing Apt to he blown away by the wind. When the last rain occurred about one Liaf of the drive Way was practically Bare and persons in crossing the Bridge were not Able at All times to Avail themselves of the Protection at forded by the Sand. What the wind left undone the last rain accomplished and front one end of the Bridge to the other the Sand now forms a Muddy Deposit washed Down near the Eastern sidewalk. The Experiment Lias shown that Sand is a pretty Good thing to keep horses from slipping but that it requires some labor to keep it on the right spot. If tin vet Deposit of Sand were now shovelled Back Over the driveway it might serve a very useful purpose during a month or so. Now that freezing weather is nearly duo the efficiency of the Sand might be materially increased if it were reinforced with some other Gritty material. A few Wagon loads would suffice to give the Slippery blocks a Safe coating that might remain All Winter. He who needs constant direct will never win life a big prizes
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