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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 12, 1907, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. 53�?no. 36danville, pa., thursday. September 12, 1907 established in 1355 i. Inv Iofi h. Jennings Dan l 1st. T office hours a. 11. It 12 .1/ t f. M. A j 1�?~. It. 104 Mil St. A Lamoille. Jolt i. C. Sll i lt/., m 425 my i. T., , a. A Jis Eake of the stomach and intestines a specially t rest items condensed. The most inquisitive creature in sex site up a Youngchild. Common sense is an admirable substitute for Genius. The Niau whose misfortunes Are his own fault usually blames everybody but the right party. Health is a prize May foolish men recklessly throw away. Individuals and aggregations of individuals that respect Law Are in Little danger of harassment. Tranquility is a trait of character that eases life a burdens. The restless child needs to have his activities properly directed. Sympathy patience and insight Are traits of the tree teacher. Needle makers and file cutters seem to be the occupations most susceptible to the ravages of consumption. Fewer than 8,000 people own All the Laud of great Britain. One needs All the sincere Friendship one can secure in this world. Trial of a Many a stamina is calculated to reveal the weak places in his character accidents will happen so Long As men Are mortal. High spirits Are the usual accompaniment of youth and health. The Man who has a Good thing to sell should advertise it. He who sneers at w Oman aligns the Mother who bore him. It is very easy to make promises redemption May be difficult. The hysterical Pierson makes it interesting for the family. A sullen spirit is ill to dwell with. Tiie Man who has Learned the Art of keeping sunday As it ought to be kept is a Genius. The school children Are now hard at it All Over the county. Man cannot afford to starve his soul any More than underfed his body. Interest in the coming elections is growing everywhere. The first Street to be lighted by Gas was pall mall. This was in january 1807. This is a big nation getting bigger every year. Demands for the punishment of the state Cape Tol thieves Are numerous. Obedience to Law is the duty of every citizen and the safeguard of the Community. The wife Aud the wee ones should always be regarded As preferred creditors on payday. During 1906, 10,000 Miles of new government of Chile Telegraph line were put up. The government at the end of the year had �129 Tell graph offices. As near As can be ascertained the unappropriated Aud unreserved Public lands of this country amount to 792,288,707 acres. During 1906 immigrants to the number of 1,221 arrived Iti Chile against 293 for 100a an 1 4.000 for the first four of 1907. The meteorites which hurl themselves at this sphere add about 1,000 tons to its weight every three years. The production of the precious metals in the three state of Colorado Manta a Aud Utah has recently shown a decided decline. Captain Ronald Amundsen has distanced Walter Wellman a Airship by proposing to drive to the North pole with a team of White Polar bears. The British Empire has an area of 120,000,000 Square Miles a coast Liue of 43,000 Miles and a population of 400,000,000. Victor Emmanuel a collection of the coins of his own country amounts to More than 50,000 specimens with a catalogue of nearly 35,000 slips. The largest Serpent Ever measured was an Anaconda which or. Gardner found dead in Mexico. It was 37 feet Long and it took two horses to drag it. A now Wash boiler has a sectional lid which greatly facilitates the laundry work. The average life of a american ship is Only 18 years while that of a British vessel is 26 years. The scandinavian average is the Best. It is 30 years. Americans spent 18,000,000 in England this year. Whether this amount is inclusive or exclusive of tips has not been stated. The was Laid the paper relating to the agreement Between the property owners on East Market Street Aud the Borough of Danville respecting the paving proposition containing fifty eight signatures was presented to cot Noil Friday night the list of names appended was not quite so full As desired by Council Aud acting on the advice of the Borough solicitor it was decided to postpone the awarding of contracts and meanwhile to Endeavor to secure some signatures that Are not As yet on the paper. The Secretary read the list of signers among whom Are most of the leading property owners on East Market Street. On motion of or. Finnigan the petition was accepted Aud the matter was continued. It was understood that the bids will be opened and contracts awarded at the next meeting. Letter from Dixon. A communication was received from commissioner of health Samuel g. Dixon granting the Borough temporary permission to extend its present sewer outlet 48 feet farther out into the River pending a very thorough consideration by governor Stuart attorney general Todd and the commissioner of health of the boroughs entire sewer system Aud fixing the policy of the state respecting said sewerage system and its future extensions. Rogers Bond accepted. On motion the Bond of d j. Rogers relating to his contract on North Mill Street was approved by Council. Crossings. Or. Everhart reported that there is much complaint on the score of bad pavements on the upper part of grand Street. He moved that the committee on streets Aud Bridges visit the spot and report at the next meeting motion carried. On motion of or. Russell it ordered that a Stone crossing lie across the Alley on the West Side of Railroad Street Between grand and Cooper streets. It was also ordered that a crossing be Laid at the Alley near the residence of Emery Shultz on Cedar Street Between Market and front streets. On motion of or. Jacobs it was ordered that bids be invited for laying the Brick Crossings on Iron front and Bloom streets recently authorized by Council. None but no. 1 Brick Are to be used. Employees elected. A communication was received from the water committee recommending that Jacob Byerly and Edward Bell be made engineers at the Borough water Aud Light Plant Aud that Edward Wert Man and David rank be elected As firemen for the ensuing year. There being to opposition to or. Byerly and or. Bell As engineers both were unanimously re elected after which or. Wertman was unanimously re elected As fireman. Council was divided on the recommendation As to David rank one half of the members favouring the election of George Hul Lihen the present fireman. The vote therefore resulted in a tie. A second vote was taken when or. Hullihen received seven votes As against five for or. Rank and he was therefore declared elected As fireman. On motion it was ordered that the salary of the engineers at the water Aud Light Plant be fixed at 2.25 per turn Aud the wages of the firemen at $1.70 per turn. It was also ordered that the Suji Erin ten deut and assistant superintendent of the water and Light Plant be Given Power to suspend any employee for neglect of duty until fully investigated by Council. On motion of or. Angle the building committee was ordered to replace a broken Glass in the Friendship engine House. Borough electrician Newton Smith presented report of the Borough Light Plant for month of aug St. Sixty tons of Coal were consumed at $2? 50 per ton amounting to $150. The total Cost of operation for the month was $286.85. The Plant was in operation 275 hours and 5 minutes. Park plans adopted. The plan of the new Park prepared by Borough superintendent Keefer was submitted to Council and was adopted after some discussion with the exception of the fifteen foot Street land out on the North was eliminated in its entirety. On motion it was decided to raise and Macada Mize Kline Street which lies Between the cemetery and the p amp r. Railway. The following members were present. Sweisfort Pursel Jacobs Fin Nigadu Everhart Moyer Dietz rns sell Deutsch Angle Hughes and a Clitz. I l nil the argument. On final hearing in the injunction proceedings relating to the trolley hold no at the d. L. Amp w. Crossing Mill Street which was to have taken place at Bloomsburg on saturday has reawakened interest in the stubborn and prolonged Battle Between the d. L. Amp w. Railroad company and the Danville and Bloomsburg electric railway company which seeks to run its cars Over the d. L. Amp w. Tracks. On last saturday morning the Date of the final hearing All hands were present ready for the proceedings representing the Danville amp Bloomsburg electric railway company in addition to Hou. R. H. Koch were f. , esq., president w. O. Billman Secretary and w. R. Miller general manager. Rear effecting the d. L. Amp w. Railroad company were Hon. H. M Hinckley of this City and . Mcclintock of Wilkes Barre. At court in Bloomsburg saturday a important Case was being tried and at 10 30 of clock the hour set for the argument the hearing of testimony was still in i Ogress. There was to probability of getting through with the Case before some time during the afternoon and judge Evans therefore postponed the hearing until 10 30 of clock this morning. Much interest attaches to the proceeding As daring a couple of years or More it is the first important action taken looking to i dissolution of the injunction. Whatever judge Evans decision May be in the premises the matter will no doubt be taken to the supreme court so that a final decision is not. Yet in View although it is very Gratifying that proceedings a Are on foot that Are to bring about a final adjudication before Long. To broke his while playing William Livziey the Little son of Harvey Livziey while playing at Blue Hill sunday afternoon fell Aud fractured his right Arm near the wrist. He was taken to the office of or. Smith South Danville where the Errn was temporarily bandaged after which he was taken to his Home on Market Street this City where the family physician set the broken Bone. Notwithstanding the serious nature of the Little Fellows injury he proved himself to be thoroughly game monday by attending school. He is one of the Best pupils in the third Grade of the first Ward Aud is almost never absent or tardy. Monday he was compelled to miss the morning session but in the afternoon he was in his seat As usual. Yesterday was the Date set for the strict enforcement of the Borough ordinance relating to the muzzling of dogs. There was plenty doing therefore in the police department several arrests being chronicled while at least one dog was killed. Incidentally scores of canines took on muzzles during the Day. Early in the Day High Constable Beuton b. Brow started out of the Job. People evidently did not believe that the ordinance would be strictly enforced Aud a very Large number of dogs were seen on the streets one half of which were a muzzled. The most. I. G. Or. I. Grier Barber was elected As a member of the school Board from the first Ward monday night to succeed or. F. E. Harpel. Who tendered his resignation some weeks ago. At the opening of the session the regular order of business was suspended Aud the school Board proceeded to fill the vacancy existing in the Board. Or. Swarts nominated or. Barber to fill the unexpired term of or. F. E. Harpel whose resignation was accepted at a previous meeting. Or Keohler seconded the nomination. The nomination carried after which a vote was taken As a result of which or. Of them however were of the Mongrel Barber w As unanimously elected the sort with no distinguishing Points and members voting for him As follows there seemed to be no Way of deter Pursel. Orth Swarts Burns Redding ining who the owners might be. The first Man found guilty of per noting his dog to Ruu at Large without being muzzled happened to be employed at the big Mill. He was taken from his work Aud arraigned before Justice Dalton. Fine and costs amounted to eight dollars. Later in the Day another citizen this time a resident of the fourth Ward was arrested and mulched in Fine and costs amounting to eight dollars a Large number of other a muzzled dogs were noted Aud during the Day were being closely observed in order to detect the owner. In several of the latter cases arrests Are expected to follow. A to be a homeless cur whose owner had moved out of town was shot by the police. By the hour of noon when it became apparent that the ordinance would be enforced a muzzled dogs became pretty scarce on the streets. During the afternoon in most parts of town they disappeared entirely meanwhile the Rush for muzzles was on. Dogs that were easily fit were supplied with the ready made article at the hardware stores. Pug dogs Aud dogs with Long noses very Large or very Small dogs had to have a fizzles made to order. This Branch of work seemed to naturally fall to the saddlers and both of the establishments of town were Busy As sailors yesterday. In most instances the dog was brought to the shop where the measure was taken. It was discovered that a could be made in Twenty minutes. The prices ranged from Twenty five to Al Ftp cents. Fish Fischer Sechler and Cole. Or. Barber was escorted into the room where the oath was administered after which he took his seat with the Board. On motion of or. Burns it was decided to Purchase three cars of Limestone spells to be used in coating the school grounds in the second third and fourth wards. Of motion of or. Barns miss Ruth Frick a graduate of the High school was elected As a Pupil teacher for the present term. Treasurer Schram presented a statement of finances to Date which showed a total balance on hand of $5896.18. The following Bills were approved for payment s. Wellivere a songs co. East Boston Coal co. A. H. Grone. Maynard Merrill amp co Houghton Mifflin amp co. Casper Diseroad Patent Book cover co. Isaac Pitman a sons. Thompson brow late co. Williams Bros. C. L. Eggert. Chas. Mottern. Standard Gas co. W. W. Mottern mrs. Shelhammer mrs. Roundsley. Mrs. Anderson George Beyers. Ginn amp co american Book co. O. H Schmed $7.70 139.72 4.35 34.62 16.00 5.48 7.50 22.05 42.00 2.75 8.63 1.00 .65 42.00 23.00 5.00 6 80 115.34 260.79 220 26 school districts salary increase paving is now completed engine cinders damage crops Renner Allgus. Walter Renner and miss Emma Kilgus both of Danville were United in marriage sunday evening at nine of clock at the Home of Rev. George w. Fritsch. A the Sunbury division of the Pennsylvania Railroad company has been made defendant in a action in trespass brought by Harvey Roach by Bis attorney f. recover $1000 damages done to the plaintiffs property in boy ver township Columbia county. Or Roach alleges in his filed statement that the Pennsylvania negligently Aud carelessly failed to equip their locomotives with reasonable and Ordinary appliances to prevent the burning Aud destruction of the plaintiff s property along the line of its railway. That by reason of the said negligence there was deposited upon the lands of the plaintiff Sparks fire and cinder so that the growing Timber was burned up and cultivated lands burned Over Aud damaged. It is alleged by company officials that it is impossible to prevent a certain Arnout of cinders from passing through the netting Over the base of the smoke stack Aud falling upon adjacent land. Yesterday the officers of the local school Board a. Newton Pursel. President and w. H. Orth Secretary certified before notary Public a. H. Grone to the amount of increase in the teachers wages occasioned by the new teachers minimum salary act Aud the Blank has been forwarded to the depart meet of Public instruction. As a result of this new Law Twenty two teachers had their wages increased ranging from five to fifteen dollars the paving is now completed on North Mill Street. The contractor d. Rogers however has begun work on the Section to be macadamia de so that while the Street is open for traffic As far As the steam flouring Mill beyond that Point it will be closed for ers wages occasioned by the new some weeks longer. According to the contractors View it will be impracticable to use the Street while the Macadam is being Laid by using Chambers Street however people in entering Aud leaving town can drive Over the new pavement. Per Mouth. Only three of the Nuudi unless some unforeseen delay occurs Ber receive forty dollars the remain the Short Section of the Street to Beer holding professional permanent or macadamia de should be completed by train ran into a landslide the passenger train on the d. L. Amp w. Railroad that leaves Danville at 10 19 a. M. Ran into a landslide about a mile above Berwick yesterday morning. None of the passengers or the Crew were injured but the Pilot was torn from the locomotive Aud the train came dangerously near to being ditched. The train due Here at 12 44 also ran into a slide ear the same place but Little damage was done and Only 10 minutes was lot. Bought Strawb a Ridge property. Calvin e. Shires of Strawberry Ridge yesterday purchased from j. F. Lowrie 48 acres of land at Strawberry Ridge which adjoins the House and lot that or. Shires recently bought from his father Charles e. Shires or. Normal school certificates which entitle them to fifty dollars per Mouth. The total increase amounts to $1746.-00 per term. This amount will be refunded by the state Aud does not imply an extra Burden on the tax payer As Many not fully informed of the provisions of the act May have supposed. Nevertheless the charge is brought that Here and there throughout the state discrimination is shown in dealing with old and experienced teachers who Are in the fifty Dollar class these being tamed Down and others loss experienced who command the lower minimum rate of forty dollars being selected in their Stead. In View of the fact that the amount of salary increase Over last year will be paid Back to the districts it is hard to understand what would influence Well informed school hoards to discriminate against teach ets holding professional permanent or Normal school certificate and it a a doubt Ful whether the practice exists to any considerable extent. October first. The excavating is done. Tuesday the Stone Culvert was torn up just above the flouring Mill preparatory to constructing a Concrete Culvert. In reconstructing the Macadam trap Rock from this place crushed at or. Rogers Plant will be used along with Limestone from Mausdale. In Honor of daughter. A party was Given tuesday evening at he Home of or. And mrs. William Fren in the Honor of their daughter Viola. The evening was very pleasantly spent after which refreshments were served. Those present were misses Minnie Foust Emma Foust Florence Blecher Catharine Nevius Catharine Burke Alice Millard Margaret Russell Edith Huntington Mary Oliver Catherine Mcdonald Mary Lewis. Viola Fern and Bertha Lewis. Messes. Walter Dell Robert Diemer William Giger William Walter Daniel Korr Clark Blecher Roy Fern James Beaver James Powers. Joseph Gill Joseph Hofer Karl Demott George Lewis William summons Kimmer Jones Sidney Riley. Heavy rain streams Rise the hardest and most prolonged rain of the season deluged the country about Here of tuesday night Aud following the severe storm of monday night gave the Earth a much needed soaking and seut the River no several feet and the smaller streams Over their Banks. The rain a steady downpour lasted from about nine of clock until nearly one o clock yesterday morning. In a number of places some damage was done by the storm. In Derry township about a half mile from Strawberry Ridge the barn of Charles Hilemar was struck by lightning but was not set of fire. A Rafter was torn Loose Aud other slight damage done. The Chillisquaque went on a rampage overflowing its Banks and in some places flooding the highways. The Creek was up All Day yesterday. At Washingtonville the water Rose about the Chicken Coop of Grant roat and killed 26 Fine chickens. Below Washington Ville the Roadway was covered with water on both bides of the covered Bridge. Yesterday the River was rising rapidly and by last evening was nearly three feet above Low water Mark the River Rose 6 inches in four hours yesterday afternoon. Fred Owen yesterday Flag is ii was a Benton special correspondence Harrisburg sept. 11. While the Republican state committee Headquarters were opened in Philadelphia this week the Campaign for the election of the Republican nominee Lor state treasurer. John o. Sheatz it is believed will not be inaugurated until the meeting of the state convention of the Republican league of clubs which will be held in this City on tuesday and wednesday. September 24th and 25th, respectively. It is predicted that there will be a Large attendance at this convention and there is Promise of some Brilliant oratory from gifted sons of Pennsylvania. Who will Tell of the splendid character of their Standard bearer in the state Campaign and of the enthusiasm with which his nomination has been received by his fellow citizen throughout the Commonwealth. Reports that come Here from the various counties of the state All confirm the claims of colonel Wesley r. Andrews chairman of the Republican state committee that the party organization was never More harmonious nor never More Loyal to a ticket than it is today. Colonel Andrews while he has delayed the opening of the state Headquarters until this week has been in correspondence with the chairmen of the Republican county committees and others Active in the organization All summer and there is undoubted evidence that much preliminary work has been done in the Way of qualifying the voters in the matter of the payment of taxes and in interesting those who Are obliged to be personally registered under the recently enacted legislation in this very important feature of the Campaign. Must qualify voters. While voters in first and second class cities still have a Opportunity to be personally registered on tuesday. September 17th. And saturday october 5th. The residents of third class cities have also two Days More for registration tuesday. September 17th. And saturday october 19th. Under the election Laws of Pennsylvania. Every citizen to be qualified to vote at next november selection must have paid a state or county tax within two years. The last Day upon which taxes can be paid to qualify voters for the next election will be saturday october 5th. Citizens in Pennsylvania living outside of cities Are not required to he personally registered. It is expected that there will be thousands of visiting Republic ans not connected with the club league come to this City during the lays of the convention gathering to meet or. Sheatz and the others of prominence in the Republican party who will be in attendance upon the convention. Candidate Sheatz Lias evidently made a Fine impression wherever he has been for there is a great demand to have him to address meetings in different counties and there is going to be a Roal old fashioned spirit in the Campaign when it gets Well under Way. Many Dauphin county republicans were present at the recent meeting at the grangers picnic at Williams Grove when or. Sheatz was the principal orator and they were delighted with the impression he made upon the voters and the Manifest sincerity of his lodges to conduct the office of state treasurer As he would his own business and to be upon the Alert to Check extravagance or any illegal raids upon the Money of the people. Sheatz s Ideal state treasurer. When asked to state the kind of state treasurer Pennsylvania should John Oscar Sheatz wrote the following a he must realize that As treasurer of Pennsylvania he is merely acting As trustee of your Money and is not the owner of it. A a he must stand ready to every just obligation of the Commonwealth and absolutely refuse to any sum when the expenditures Are not clearly defined by existing Laws or when flagrant extravagance exists. In the latter Case the sooner the press and Public Are made aware of the fact the better for our Commonwealth. A a he must be a Man who will ont retake orders from a political Boss or one that cannot be persuaded by promises of future political preferment. Quot he must be a Man who will not Deposit your Money in Banks where the influence of those Bankers and stockholders. In return for this Deposit is to be exerted for political parties or factions. A a he must make careful business principles prevail throughout the department and have every employee holding his position because of capability and not political pull. Quot the foregoing Are my thoughts on the question of state treasure ship. And if the people of Pennsylvania after carefully looking up my record As a member of the state legislature during the sessions of 1903-05-06-07 the Only office i have held find it a being consistent with my views Here expressed. Then i Hope they will vote for to Tho coming november Eye knocked out. A Polander employed at the Reading Iron works while shearing scrap had a Eye Kne oked ont on monday night. The Accident was caused by a piece of Iron which broke Loose and flew upward striking the Man in the face. The jury empanelled by the acting Coroner e. W. Young to hold an inquest on the body of John Rogers who was killed by the cars on the be Nus Luvania Railroad sunday evening examined witnesses monday morning Aud returned a verdict of accidental death. The following witnesses members of the Crew of train no. 1, by which the Runau was killed arrived at South Danville from Sunbury on the 7 25 train and were immediately examined George Vav. Rose Engineer c. H. Troutman fireman Robert Kline conductor William Austin baggage master Charles Hartman Aud William Miller Brake Meu. The jury Impan eled from among the by studers sunday evening were j. H. Kase p. G. Baylor i. P. Hummer Frank Baylor William Lewis Aud h. O. Kase. The jurors viewed the remains sunday evening after which the inquisition was adjourned until monday morning when it was arranged to take the testimony of the Crew of train no. 1. When the jurors reconvened monday morning h. C. Kase did not appear Aud Peter j. Berger was chosen to act in his Stead. The testimony adduced at the hearing agreed with the facts of the Case As related at length elsewhere in these columns. It was Learned in addition that Tho train was running at the rate of fifty Miles per hour. Illustrating the heroic Effort made to Stop the train and save the Man s life notwithstanding the powerful momentum the train was actually brought to a standstill within a space it it of less than a Hundred Yards. The testimony showed that the passengers were Given a Lively shaking up As the emergency Brake was applied and the train came to nearly a sudden Stop. There was much alarm among the passengers who thought a wreck had occurred. The Man. In a dying condition was dragged out from Between the second car. A new jury Man being on the Case it became necessary to make a second View of the remains. For this purpose the jurors visited the undertaking rooms of George w. Roat this City after which they retired to the South Side and returned the following verdict a that it appears from the appearance of the body Aud the evidence adduced that the said John Rogers came to his Deanii on tie Pennsylvania Railroad in Rush township. County of Northumberland at about Quot i 15 o clock sunday evening last by being struck by engine of train known As no. A c a using death by compound facture of Skull he being of private right of Way f the Pennsylvania Railroad com Pany there lying across the track about Midway Between Little roaring Creek Ami the farm of w. A. Kennedy in Rush township county aforesaid it being a unavoidable Accident outline part of the said Pennsylvania Railroad company or its Covelaskie a Brilliant future love Laski the new pitching recruit Sioui Woodbury n. J., secured by the Phillies who did Sui i wonderful exaction in tie game with Brooklyn tuesday hails from Shain Okiu. What is More he was brought out of the mines Aud started of his base Ball career by our townsman,�?�.tack�?� Bateman who was then manager of the Edge Wood team. Covelaskie could not be convinced that lie had any of the qualities that go to make a great Pitcher and was Loath to leave his Humble Job in the Coal mines. Manager Bateman thought otherwise Aud prevailed upon him to take a place of the Edgewood team at a regular salary. In Shamokin where he was known As a a Ruben All sorts of Good things were predicted for Covelaskie. He made Good tuesday by holding Brooklyn Down to two hits and no runs during the five innings he officiated. Not a Man walked on him and two were fooled by his left handed shoots. Died of apoplexy. Mrs. W. H. Ware of Point township Northumberland county died of apoplexy of saturday morning in the fifty first year of her age. She is survived by her husband and six children l. N. Of Harrisburg mrs. Sara a Fetter of Northumberland Jennie a John ii. Mary and Aura at Home. The deceased was a do voted wife and Mother and a lifelong member of the Mooresburg presbyterian Church. La torment was made on monday afternoon in Harmony cemetery. The services Wero conducted by Rev. Or. Grant of Northumberland. Silk. China and Japan produce 12, a of silk annually but about 60 j it. Of this is retained for Home ase

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