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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 28, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. 55�?no 41 Danville jpa., thursday. October 28, 1909 established in 1855items condensed. Wanted 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. State too piers while patrolling the Woods near Brandonville arrested in be unnatural Zed foreigners whom they caught carrying guns. Five passengers were painfully injured when a Street car rammed into a freight train on a Grade crossing of the Wilkes Barre and Eastern Railroad at Moosic. Rev. Or. Russell h. Conwell was congratulated before the adjournment of the baptists at Williamsport on account of baptizing 5, 100 Piersons in Twenty seven years. Mrs. Joseph Wood of $170 for two seats in the Carnegie music Hall for the Pittsburg orchestra season. Other High bids were made la tickets were sold at Public auction. Matthew a. Hensen the coloured companion of commander Robert Peary on the excursion to the North pole is said to have thrown doubt on the proofs of Cook in statements made at Philadelphia. A Wilson Ramsey of Oriole lost a calf which is thought to have been mistaken by a Green Hunter for a Bear. The wild beasts Are plentiful near Williamsport and Many Hunters Are after them. Peter Sankovitch of Philadelphia saved his life when he threw himself to one Side while his foot was caught in a Frog on the Railroad and thus saved his body from being mangled by an engine. His leg was injured terribly and was amputated at a Hospital. Fifty eight thousand five Hundred and forty three persons signed the petition presented to the Philadelphia councils relative to the strip tickets. It was quite a Job for the messenger boys who carried the paper into the Chambers As it was Over a mile in length. Judge Swartz granted a Rule to Sho a cause Why the Bible should not be read at the morning exercises in the Public schools at Bridgeport after receiving a petition signed by 200 citizens. The school Hoard of the town is deadlocked Over the question. The democrats in the Board Are opposed to the Reading. A ooh Well a Man has to die anyhow and he might As Well go one time As another a was the comment with which Rocco Racco the murderer of a state game Warden greeted the news that he had been refused a Pardon by the state Board. His wife went to see him and broke Down in the jail at Newcastle. 5.11., will be hanged Oil thursday unless the governor commutes his sentence. Albert Karmiller and a Lazy Watze Ueck of Reading were arrested by special policemen near Norristown for an alleged attempt to Rob a fast freight on the Reading railway. Three companions of the men escaped. The seals on four of the Box cars were broken and the men Are said to have admitted that they stopped the train and Cut the Telegraph wires. The policemen came up in the midst of the alleged robbery. Millions of dollars Are involved in the orders placed by different railroads for steel ears. Pittsburg will Benefit accordingly. Waynesboro is thinking about eliminating the nuisance of sidewalk porches. Edward Herline was crashed to death in the Bethlehem foundry and machine company Plant when the Boom of the Large Derrick broke and fell on him. Melville Keene of Erie business agent fur the carpenters Union was found dead with his Throat Cut from ear to ear and a dozen Stab wounds in his Back. The work is believed to have been done with a Corn Cutter. So far As known the Man was without enemies at the close of business in the state Treasury last week the Cash record of receipts amounted to $ 2 1,564,591 As against $25,852,54.x for the whole year of us s. With Over a month to run the receipts for the Fickal year will be very Large As they have already broken All records. A i have killed father and have made my own grave when you receive this i will he this is the message that was received by Elmer Anderson whose parents reside live Miles from Warren. The letter was written by his Mother. When he went Home he found his father dead with two Stab wounds and two Bullet holes in his body. Tin Mother could not be found. As she was seen going towards the River it is thought that she drowned herself. Anderson was a wealthy Farmer and owned extensive Oil interests. He and his wife Are said to have frequently quarrelled. Posses Are searching for mrs. Anderson. T less than five hours an adjourned session of court was held on saturday morning with his Honor judge Evans and associates Blee and welliver on the Bench. A couple of Imi zirtaut matters carried Over from monday were disposed of. Court adjourned before noon. Including the Short session monday less than five hours in All were occupied by the court in disposing of the business of the present term. Argument court will la i held saturday. November 6th. The next regular term of court will be held ill january. Judge Evans handed Down us opinion in the Case of overseers of the poor of Limestone township is. Overseers of tin poor of West Hemlock township. The ease involves tin support of mrs. Eva sees u matter which was before court in one form or another for gome years. Opinion sur Rule for costs. In december 1905, it was adjudged an decreed by the court that the defendant poor District should remove Eva sees from the plaintiff poor District the costs of the proceedings the expenses of the removal and a Pronier charge for the Relief of the poor person from september 1905, to be borne by the defendant District. Upon application after a full hearing the said decree was subsequently on August 31,1908. Amended so to read a the proper charges for the Relief of Eva sees from july 22. 1905, instead of from september 1905.�?� and now october 23, 1909, it is ordered and directed that the overseers of the poor of the West Hemlock poor District to the overseers of the poor of Limestone District tin sum of $88.05 within thirty Days from this Date the same being the costs of the proceedings the expenses of removing and the proper charges incurred for the Relief of the poor person. To the extent of the items of Cost expenses and charges allowed and ordered paid the Rule is made absolute Andas to the items disallowed the Rule is discharge de. By the court Charles c. Evans p. J. Several Large items of the a Bill filed by the overseers of the poor of Limestone township Are disallowed. Important among these is the Bill of or. Rothrock for $92.25 neither is the sum of $60.00 being a it ortion of a Hill rendered by mrs. Ella Sechler Mother of mrs. Sees for nursing allowed by the Danville. J. H. Thomas of Philadelphia sup Erintene debit of Davis Brothers Spike works located at Tioga who grew to manhood in Davilla was a guest at the Montour House yesterday and incidentally called on a few of our citizens with whom he associated when a boy. Or. Thomas has been an Iron worker All his life. In his younger Days he was employed in the Montour rolling Mills now the Reading Iron works both in the capacity of pm Dler and worker at the Rolls. I left Danville in 1861 and since has climbed up considerably As will he noted from the kit sit Ion that to holds at present. Or. Gliomas is still vigorous physically and mentally. Many of his old time friends in Danville have passed away hut he found a few who still remembered la in and appreciated the pleasure of taking him by the hand. He found an Esix scially congenial companion in George p. Tillson with whom when a Young Man he worked at the Rolls in the Montour rolling split regiment the possibility that the twelfth regiment May be split up again is a Prospect by no Means pleasing to the members of tin National guard in this Unity. Considerable speculation is being indulged in regarding the Fate of the twelfth regiment in the reorganization of the National guard. It is believed to be probable that the eighth will be preserved intact but that the twelfth will he split some of its companies going into the fourth or ninth and some into the eighth. It is also Pussich that the fourth May undergo some changes. The fifth is like the eighth not a twelve company regiment May also he changed. Denied guilt As he swung. Newcastle pa., oct. 27.�?rocco Racco a Well known italian alleged Leader of a Black hand organization and convicted of the murder of Selee honk a state game Warden a year ago was hanged in the county jail Yard Here today. On the Gallows Racco said a a i did no to see Soleo Houk killed. I did t see any one kill him and i have no suspicion of any Jierou. I Pardon everybody and expect to go to Jesus right now. Good be. A a a commission in lunacy was appointed to inquire into the mental condition of Clarence Carr the eighteen year old boy whose arrest on a surety of peace charge was noted last week. Some six months ago Carr was released from the Huntingdon reformatory where he spent some two years after pleading guilty to a charge of homicide in the second degree. His arrest in connection with the drowning of Little George Fausnaught in the soaking pit of the Bessemer steel Plant on july 16, 1906, will be recalled by our readers. Since his release from the reformatory carry a conduct it is alleged has been the cause of much complaint in View of the facts District attorney o. P. Gearhart presented the following petition to court on saturday to the honorable the judges of the court of Quarter sessions of the peace of Montour county. October 23, 1909, Charles p. Gearhart District attorney of said county respectfully represents that one Clarence Carr has been bound Over to said court on a charge of surety of the peace and is at the present time confined in the county jail of said county. That from information received by your informant be believes the said Clarence Cair to be insane and that the welfare of himself and others require his restraint. Your informant therefore asks that a commission be appointed by your honorable court to inquire whether or not the said Clarence Carr is a Lunatic and also As to such other things As the act of Assembly in such cases made and provided May require. Charles p. Gearhart District attorney. Commission appointed. The court made thu following order now to wit october 23, 1909, the within petition being read and considered. Or. W. R. Paules and or. R. S. Patten Are hereby appointed commissioners to inquire into the mental condition of the alleged Lunatic Clarence Carr. Returnable november 6, 1909. By the court Charles c. Evans. P. for eggs. At Many of the tuberculosis dispensaries throughout tin state Olive Oil in its purest state is being used As a substitute for eggs owing to the High Price of the latter. At the Dirix Sarv in Columbia county Olive Oil is very extensively used As a substitute or. Stock the physician in charge of the tuberculosis dispenser at Danville states that Olive Oil is also being used to some extent Here five Gallons having been received at the dispensary Only the other Day. The value of a Aire Olive Oil As a remedial Agi it has Long been recognized. Or. Stock states that it is an excellent substitute for both milk and eggs and hence has an Esix Ciai food value for tuberculosis patients. At the local dispensary Olive Oil is not being used As a substitute for milk and eggs but rather in conjunction with them. Eggs and milk will still be supplied in undiminished labelled eggs. Although rabbits Are not in season until next monday it is reported that Hunters Are killing the bunnies without any regard for the Law. As a severe Fine is provided for killing rabbits out of season it wont be Well if any person should be caught by a game Ward i. Up in Columbia county it is report Eil that at different stations rabbits have been shipped away As these it is said wore crated just the same As being illegally killed. Fish and game Warden c. It. Holland has been put Quot Oil and he is making a quiet eight Miles. A horse belonging to or. Jesse Gord her of Exchange broke Loose from a hitching Post tuesday night and my eight Miles without stopping. The horse escaped from the premises of or. Ellis about one mile from Exchange while the doctor was visiting a patient in the House. The doctor along with Hon. L. A. Welliver and w. H. Dilim in the automobile of the latter prosecuted an unsuccessful Hunt for the horse All night. Yesterday the runaway horse was heard from in Muncy where it had been caught the night before. New paint. The dwelling of Rush Yerrick West Mahoning Street Aeq pairs very attractive under a new coat of paint. Quot who contract is hold by Charles Robson who has employed William f. Chapman of the South Side to do the of the mooted question of a marking a in the Public schools of the Borough in its relation to absence of pupils due to illness or other unavoidable Canses seems to have been satisfactorily disposed of at a regular meeting of the school Board monday night. Or. Burns of the special committee appointed at a previous meeting reported that it had met with the Borough superintendent and principal of the High school and discussed the matter of marking pro and con. The committee he said a a opposed to making any Radical change in the system of marking. Two recommendations he said had been made by the committee and these later were submitted to the Board. The first of the recommendations was As follows pupils who Are absent for Good cause sickness serious sickness in the family quarantine or death in family May make up their work and take an examination. The examination Mark will be used As the Pupil s Mark for the time he or she was absent. Examination to be taken in reasonable time after Pupil s return. The second recommendation read As follows in subjects like Reading writing music etc., in which no examinations Are Given pupils an to receive daily recitation Grade. On motion of or. Fischer both of the above recommendations were adopted by the Board. Or. Burns reported that the situation in the second Ward As relates to infectious diseases is a very serious one. The rules of quarantine he declared Are being shamefully violated by a number of families and As a result new cases both of Scarlet fever and diphtheria Are daily appearing. In Many cases quarantine is opposed by infected families who utterly ignore the rules. He declared that if some of the shameful violations Are Rex ated if the patient is not kept isolated and other rules of quarantine Are not observed he himself would take the mutter in hand and report it to the state Board of health to the end tout the a it tired Jamily violating tiie rules May be shut in for thirty Days. On motion of or. Burns it was ordered that the salary of h. S. Ruppert janitor of the first Ward school build a lug he increased from forty five dollars to fifty dollars. The increase was granted in View of the enormous amount of work involved in the janitor s duties at the first Ward building. The following me Libois were present Sechler Orth Swartz Shultz Burns Fischer Heiss Cole. Pur Sel and sillier. The following Bills were approved for payment d. K. Pensyl 9.00 s. J. Wellivere a sons. 5.84 h. S. Kaufman. 7.10 Peter Winters. I.20 Washington fire co. 2.20 United Tel. Amp Tel. Co. ».00 h. G. Phillips. 109.93 Smith Premier Typo writer co 67.50 g s. Tilson. I.75 a. L. Larue. 17.50 teachers and janitors. 2063.00for fast for e John e. Everitt of Vicksburg near Milton was arraigned before Justice of the peace Oglesby tuesday afternoon charged with stealing a horse. All the facts when brought out showed that it was not a Case of horse thieving in the generally accepted sense of that term but that tin defendant whether acting within his rights or not re possessed himself of a horse which he had sold 0111 inn some months before. The prosecutor in the ease is James f. Schell of Limestone township. It appears that on june 23rd or. Schell bought a horse of John Everitt for $200 and in payment gave a judgment exemption note for ninety Days. When the note became do or. Schell sent to thu defendant a new note for $180 and a Check for $26. The Check Foi $26, it is alleged the defendant accepted. On the night of october 13th the horse was surreptitiously taken from the barn on or. Schells premises. The arrest of Everitt followed. The information lodged before Justice Oglesby represents that a John e. Everitt on the 13th Day of october 1909, out of the barn on the premises of James s. Schell did felonious by steal take and carry away one Bay Mare of the value of $203. A chief of police Mincem Yerou tuesday of last week went Over to Vicksburg for the purpose of arresting or. Everitt. The latter was not at Home however Ami the officer left the warrant in the hands of the Constable of the place who later served it. The defendant entered bail for a hearing before Justice Oglesby. Accompanied by his father Samuel Everitt one of the leading residents of views Lorg in was 011 hand at the appointed time 2 30 of clock tuesday at Ternoois. At tin hearing or. Everitt was represented by Edward s. Gearhart Esq. Hon. K. S. Timnerman appeared for the prosecutor. Thu defendant was hound Over to court in the sum of $500, Samuel Schell thu fat her becoming Granges chief Minee mover since the night of the 14th inst. Has been very Busy in bringing an individual to Justice for violating the Borough ordinance by fast driving on North Mill Street. The Man escaped arrest �11 Danville but was later located in Northumberland the chief of police went to the latter town and placed the Man under arrest. A time was fixed for a hearing before Justice Oglesby in this City but the Northumberland Man failed to put in an appearance at the time set. To bring the Man to Justice the chief of police was obliged to make a second trip to Northumberland monday. Thu Man sought realizing that he had forfeited All claim to leniency decided to Settle with the officer forthwith meeting All the demands of tin Law without the formality of a hearing. It is hardly a fair example of Justice As the chief of police in the single ease was put to More trouble than should have been entailed in making two arrests. Wrong tin announcement published in yesterday mornings Philadelphia papers that Frank Coveleskie had accepted in offer from the Johnstown tri state team is into Greet. Coveleskie whose Fine pitching for the Danville team during the past season was largely responsible in Landing tin Susquehanna league Pennant has received i numerous Quot offers for next summer among them being one from Johnstown but As yet in has accepted none of them. Or. And mrs. Daniel Shade or. And mrs. J. M. Shade or. And mrs. R. A. Shade or. And mrs. Emanuel Long or. And mrs. Dane 1 Snyder of slip Okiu Anil or. And mrs. John Shade and or. And mrs. Joseph Zimmerman of Kansas City Kansas drove to this City from Shamokin yesterday and spent thu Day with or. And mrs. Uriah Grove Vine Street. Miss Lena Eggert. Of Philadelphia is visiting her parents. Or. And mrs. Calvin Eggert Ash Street. Miss Anna Hagenbush Church Street attended the Trinity lutheran sunday school convention at Oak Grove yesterday. Mrs. Harvey Miller of Sunbury sex it tuesday with the misses map Stone Bloom Street. Charles Kishbach Church Street attended the funeral of his father at Berwick on tuesday. Mrs. Frank arms mrs. William Jackson and mrs. Jacob Ebner of Riverside spent yesterday with friends at Buckli Orn. Or. And mrs. Irvin Vauban West Market Street left yesterday for a week s visit at Jamestown. New York mrs. T. W. Clayton of South Danville returned 011 tuesday evening of Tei a two months visit with relatives in Tacoma Washington while in the West mrs. Clayton attended the Seattle exposition. Mrs. William Paugh and daughter. Miss Mary Paugh Mill Street spent yesterday with friends in Sunbury. Mrs. Charles Shaneberger will return to Easton today after a visit with or. And mrs. Jonas Hockenbury East Market Street. Rev. And mrs. R. W. Mottern and daughter. Elizabeth left yesterday for their Home in Riverside California after a visit with Rev. Mottern s parents or. And mrs. Samuel Mottern ferry Street. Miss Nettie Catawissa spent yesterday at the Home of or. And mrs. Edward Berger. East Market Street. Misses Bessie and Florence Wilson returned to their Home in a Axeville last evening after a visit with rein tics in Sunbury. Or. 1. Grier Barber of Wilkes Barre circulated among old friends in Danville Veste Rdv. One fact pretty generally lost sight of by township supervisors is that the act approved May 13, 1909, amending the act of april 12, 1905, introduces Many and Radical changes in the conduct of affairs relating a to township roads also that Only a narrow margin of time remains in which to carry out. An important provision if the respective townships Are to share in the benefits of the act in question. A All Road tax a Cash tax prior to the act of May 13, 1909, the legislature never disturbed the work tax and it could be changed to Cash Tux. The act of 1909 makes All Road tax a Cash tax and the work tax can not be restored unless changed by a vote. Under the former Law the tax was paid to the township treasurer who was required to give individual notices to every taxable and the penalty was attached after november 1st. Under thu new Law the tax is paid to the township collector. Notice is Given by advertisement and the penalty attaches october 1st. Under the former act All taxable were assessed one Dollar regardless of valuation. The new act abolishes the or capita tax of one Dollar. Compensation for supervisors the act of april 12, 1905, did not permit supervisors to work on the roads for a compensation work being delegated to thu a Road us Iler the act of May 13,1909, it is optional with the supervisors whether they appoint a Road masters a or not. The supervisors now supervise thu work and May receive compensation which is fixed by the township auditors. Roads must be measured the sum of half a million dollars was appropriated for thu purpose of carrying out the provisions of the act for the fiscal year beginning june 1, 1910 provided that within s a months after the passage of the act the Hoard of township supervisors shall measure All Public roads in their respective townships which measurements shall be made by use of a Cycle meter or otherwise As the Board May direct. Thu number of Miles in each township must be reported to thu state Highway commissioner by the Board of supervisors. About two weeks remain where townships collect tax in Cash they shall annually receive from the state 50 per cent of Rood tax collected in thu township provided no township shall receive in any one year More than Twenty dollars for each mile of township Road in said township. The limit of time thar Between thu present and november 13, when the six months expire is Only a trifle Over two weeks. Unless All thu roads Are measured within this period thu inference is that the township will forfeit right to claim their pro rata share of the $500, xxx appropriation. The above Are the most Radical changes. There arc minor changes important in themselves which will he easily understood by anyone who will take the trouble to peruse the act As every supervisor should White visits Danville if Yon Haven to a cold these Days you Are not in the fashion. Died at Hospital. Margaret Frances the live year old daughter of or. And mrs. John Chap Pel West Market Street who was removed to the Mary m. Packer Hospital at Sunbury for treatment monday died at that institution yesterday. The body was brought to this City last evening. Division Engineer a bite of the d. L. Amp w. Railroad co. Pauy in response to a communication from the Borough Council relative to abating thu canal nuisance paid a visit to this City yesterday. He was merely Able to report Progress. The division Engineer called upon councilman Ira Everhart chairman of the committee Oil sewerage. To explained that while nothing obvious to residents of Danville was being done toward thu abatement of the Cana nuisance yet the whole matter has been Laid before the Railroad officials in new York and that plans for the filling up of the canal have been adopted la explained however that it is a matter that will not work out in a week or a month. Citizens he said must be patient in the premises. He expressed Confidence that All plans Are working out to a satisfactory conclusion Ami that next summer will see the abatement of the canal nuisance. From Danville the division Engineer proceeded to thu Hospital for the insane for an interview with the super 3 j intending physician. Or. 1. L. Amp w. Railroad company was desirous of knowing whether the a Hospital through the new surface sewer will to Able to take can of and conduct to the River All the water in thu Stream flowing along the Western Side of the grounds or whether in some of its stages it will be a Factor to reckon with in thu filling up of the canal. That the big surface sewer will be Able to take care of the Stream in question regardless of volume of water hardly admits of doubt. Thu situation in the second Ward relating to the prevalence of Scarlet fever and diphtheria at least As viewed from the standpoint of residents is Little Short of alarming. As far As reported there Are fourteen cases under treatment. During the last ten Days nearly every 24 hours has developed a new Case acid the closing of the schools was seriously considered yesterday. To get at the full facts especially As relates to thu schools of the Ward w. A. Sechler president of the school Board was interviewed last evening. The following authoritative facts were Learned since the 18th inst. Ten cases have been reported three of Scarlet fever and seven of diphtheria. There has been a new Case each Day during the present week thus far two of Scarlet fever and one of diphtheria. At least two of these eases broke out in school a one in the 1st school and the other in the fourth. As each Case that develops in so tool necessitates the dismissing of pupils and the dosing and fumigation of the rooms the extent to which the outbreak interferes with attendance will be readily appreciated. Sixty three pupils of thu Ward about 20 or cent of the whole number at tending were absent from school yesterday. While fourteen cases of Scarlet fever and Quot diphtheria Are a a reported in the Ward the people residing there make no secret of the fact that the above number represents Little More than half the number that Are infected with either Scarlet fever or diphtheria. Some very sensational disclosures relating to trickery and violation of Law to avoid thu inconvenience of a quarantine Are hinted at by certain persons. For every family infected that lives up to thu rules As required by Law one or More families unteed them altogether the House in Many cases May even escape being placarded. Children ill of Scarlet rash play with others 011 the Street or even go to school. Under such conditions there seem to be Little prospects of eradicating it Lis ease very soon yesterday sentiment throughout the Ward was generally in favor of closing the schools for a time. N or. Sechler last evening stated that he contemplated calling a special meet ing of thu school Hoard tonight for the Pur Jiose of taking some action that might assist in checking the disease. Or. Sechler does not favor closing thu schools unless the Hoard of health can be induced to take some drastic action that will make an example of those who ignore the prescribed rules and regulations. With things As room and with the quarantine of no More effect than at present to close the schools or. Sechler says would be to turn the children now segregated Loose upon thu town and the result would lie pretty sure to he a much wider prevalence of the two diseases. It will i Uechi scary or. Sechler says for the Borough to act in conjunction with the Board of health up reprinting such a sum of Money As the Board of health May need to a a Able it to establish an effective quarantine in All cases. Until the Hoard of health agrees to take proper action and the Borough to Hack it up As required. Or. Sechler says la can not see that the closing of the schools is going to bring about an abatement of the two instruct guard nine sergeants of the United states army arrived in Harrisburg sunday night and tuesday morning went before adjutant general Stewart to re Cieve their appointment fur instruction stations. A11 appropriation was passed by the last Congress for the sending of experienced men to diff i net parts of the country to instruct the state militia in thu drills and regulations of thu regular army. At any time of emergency the president can Call them into service without the consent of the governor of the state. All troops have to he fully armed and equipped with knowledge of thu rules and regulations of the regular army by january 21, 1910. Any Pierson who is in the militia and does not pass flu government examination will be dismissed. Thu state troops will be known As the organized militia under the United states army instructions instead of the state militia. S. S. Convention. The sunday school Conven Ticu of the fourth District of the Danville conference of the lutheran Church was held in the lutheran Church at Oak Grove yesterday afternoon and evening. Trinity Lut Lilian sunday school of this City was represented by the following delegates mesdames Clara Roney a. Kenier c. A. Hartt George head Ricks David Haring Charles Ruckle misses Julia arms Margaret Aten and \ Man May have a Graceful Carriage Ella Snyder messes. J. H. Woodsiii and still be a Little buggy. And Jacob Aten

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