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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 29, 1910, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. 56�?no 40 Danville pa., thursday september 29, 1910 established in 1855 Hatpin causes blood . William Gilbert of Philadelphia while getting ready for Church last sunday put a Long Hatpin in her Mouth. While she was adjusting her hat it slipped and in falling it struck the Hatpin with such Force that the Sharp Point of the pin was driven into the roof of her Mouth. Mrs Gilberts face began to swell later and she called in a physician who performed an operation. Her face continued to swell and is now twice its natural size. Carelessness cause of death. A carelessness caused the death of Stephen Lazara an employee of the Bethlehem steel works. He was warned by his Foreman not to walk under a moving Crane but either lie forgot or misunderstood for he did walk under it when it was carrying a Mould weighing several Hundred pounds. When he was directly underneath it the Mould slipped and fell on Lazara crushing out his life. No race suicide that for the third time twins had arrived in his Home. Dominoco Domichel. Living near Greensburg. Went to town and went to All the City and county officials in search of the Man who gives prizes to fathers who promote the birth rate. Finally he was Given the address of Theodore he left for Home saying he would toll a that person of his anti race suicide beliefs. Plenty to Swatara and Mary Dubrowski. Who were married at a Leton. Had the record wedding feast three Hundred guests made away with 120 chickens. 0 calves. 1 Side of beef 8 hams. 2 cases of summer sausage. 5 cases of frankfurters 30 half barrels of Beer i a gallon of whisky. 15 gallon of Gin. A barrel of Porter and any amount of pop. Strange to say there we Ero no fights Worth mention. Hair life Saver arrangement of her coiffure like those in the time of the eighteenth Century saved miss Lena ferry of South Bethlehem. From being killed. When the controller of a trolley car flashed and burned out. Miss ferry gave a leap off from the car and landed on her head on the ground. But was saved from serious injury by her hair. September strawberries. Visitors to the farm of v. L. Lerch. Of Seiders Vilie. Near South Bethlehem. Were pleasantly surprised when or. Lerch treated them to luscious second crop strawberries fresh from his Yard. Delicious berries have also been picked along theper Gilomen Railroad. Going Pennsylvania special Lias made a new record Between Jersey City and Over the 189 Miles in 185 minutes. Tho train was made up of several Al steel pullmans. The Speed averaged More than a mile a minute including All stops. Infantile has not so much infantile paralysis As new York Tho report of the census Bureau on diseases showing that our own state has had 7 5 deaths from that cause while new York has had 115. Snake Good six foot Blacksnake captured by John p. Fry and John w. Graham of Long level this summer has been Mado a pet by the latter and is now quite time. As a discouragement to tramps its presence serves better than a watch dog. Warned. But was Section Boss Lapp warned James Mcgee not to take a certain Short Cut across the Pennsylvania tracks near Berwyn but Mcgee know better and was killed by a train. Bigger satisfied with the Way population is going. Bethlehem has started a movement to Annex much territory Oast West and North of town. Gardening members of the Olivet club of Reading realized $1,500 from the Sale of vegetables raised in City gardens Mado on vacant lots. Lucky Titusville Hunter recently stumbled across a a Bee tree which he at once proceeded to Cut Down appropriating the Honey which amounted to 110 pounds. Many a Law makes no provision for punishing thefts of that sort. Peak tree in Bloom. A the Rev. Irwin Wanger of Norristown has a Pear tree which is in full Bloom for the second time this year and it will Bear another crop of pears if Tho cold weather will hold off gang enough. Shoots himself of the Gooc of Gil Berton thinking that ties were among his chickens sallied Irth into the night with a Shotgun. He returned soon after with his leg nearly shot off the gun having gone off acc Dently May a Man gets stalled in business because he lacks horse Reading fire fighters Tho Friendship fire company of this City held a meeting saturday night at which arrangements were made for the reception of Friendship steam fire engine company no., 4 of Reading which will Stop at Danville on its annual tour next week. The entertainment is planned on an elaborate scale and the sojourn of the Reading firemen in this City will constitute an unique and enjoyable occasion. The firemen a tour will take in Newark n. J., Schenectady Ami Middletown n. Y., Danville and Harrisburg a. The firemen will number about eighty Aud will be accompanied by Ringgold band of Reading. They will arrive at Danville thursday october 5th, on the 8 17 Pennsylvania train remaining Here until Friday afternoon leaving on the 4 29 train for Harrisburg. The Friendship boys have planned a Royal reception. They have employed the Catawissa Ami the Northumberland bands which together with the famous Ringgold band accompanying the visitors will give the town More music of a High order than it has often enjoyed at one time. The Friendship boys will meet the visiting firemen at South Danville on the arrival of Tho 8 17 train and will escort them Over the River to their hotels in Danville. After they have been quartered there will be a grand Parade by the Friendship company and its guests. The firemen will assemble at the Friendship engine House which will be decorated and illuminated for the occasion. The local fire company will be divided into two divisions of uniformed Aud a uniformed members. One of these divisions will be headed by Tho Catawissa baud Aud the other by the Northumberland band. The place of Honor will be assigned to the Reading firemen with the Ringgold band. The firemen will March out Mill Street to the Plant of the Danville milling company returning they will March to the River Bridge counter marching they will proceed to the armory where an elaborate banquet with John Jacobs sous As caterers will be served. During Friday there will be open House at the armory. The visit to Danville occurs near tire end of the firemen Stone Harrisburg being the last town visited. They will leave Harrisburg at a 25 p. In., october 8, arriving at Reading at 8 17 p. The ceremonious visit of the distinguished fire company of Reading cannot be construed otherwise than As a Mark of High regard to the local fire company that is playing the part of Host. Between the two organizations for May years Tho most Friendly relations have existed. In the past when in Reading Tho Friendship boys of Danville were entertained by Friendship steam engine company no. 4 and were the recipients of so Many favors that in arranging for a reception at present they Are determined to go the limit in order to show their appreciation and to go Laid first Brick the laying of Brick on West Market Street began yesterday afternoon. The first Brick was Laid by miss Alice Jennings daughter of or. Ami mrs. I. H. Jennings about 3 30 o clock. Ground has been broken for the paving of East Market Street Between Mill and Pino streets. Several furrows were ploughed Between ferry and Pine streets late tuesday afternoon. Yesterday several loads of Earth wore hauled off the Street. Today work on the excavation will go Forward in Earnest. Work on the retaining Wall at the River was suspended again yesterday owing to the want of material for backing up the Wall. It was said that the masons would resume work this morning. A Billy the a Billy Tho kid a the successful Western play in which the popular Young Asior Frank Dickson is appearing this season. Tho play while melodramatic is consistent in Story Aud tells a tale that is is full of interest having for its big climaxes situations which Are exceptionally dramatic. Tho comedy element is furnished by a Good natured irishman a Fine Type of the old school a Southern colonel and his coloured orderly. The love interest that is developed in the telling of the Story is exceedingly Strong Aud the types which have been introduced by the aut Siors Are taken from life and Well Aud clearly drawn. From a production standpoint the play is elaborate each of the four acts having been Given handsome and artistic settings. A Billy the kids will be seen Here next saturday. There has been so much delay in complying with the formalities required that it would not be surprising if the reconstruction of East Market Street Extension with state Aid would have to be postponed until next summer. It All depends upon How promptly the state Highway department proceeds to invite bids Aud award the contract. Two weeks ago the Borough Council decided to go on with the work and entered into agreement with the state Highway department to its share of the Cost. Tho county however which has to a portion had to be reckoned with Aud it was not until saturday that the commissioners followed the Borough s example deciding to go on with the work and entering into an agreement with the state. The state Highway department after receiving the petition from the Borough made the necessary surveys prepared plans Aud made a detailed estimate of the expense which it reported to both the Borough Council Aud the county commissioners. The Cost of the Macadam Between Foust Street and the Section further East already reconstructed by the state Hospital for the insane is put Down at something Over $3,000. Of this amount the state under the act amended june 8, 1907, pays 75 per cent and the Borough Aud Tho county the balance�?12 per cent each. It will thus be seen that the Borough Aud the count secure a much needed improvement at a comparatively insignificant outlay of Money. The Only regrettable feature is that the proceedings move so slowly. Even if there to no further delay it would hardly seem possible to get the work under Way much before the end of october. It is too Early however to despair of reconstructing the Street this fall. During Tho Spring of the year there is a protracted period when the Section of Road to be reconstructed in common with dirt roads becomes Muddy in the extreme and is Cut up with deep ruts. In connection with this the fact most not be lost sight of that he rail to the Hospital is a very important Ami frequently travelled one. Every Effort should be made to get the Macadam completed this fall to the end that we May not have a repetition of the unpleasant conditions next Spring. Chestnuts the farm of Coleman f. Sober at Irish Valley is at this time of the year one of the pleasant Ami instructive places to visit primarily because the acres and acres of Paragon Chestnut Trees Are trembling in the Brink of a very prolific yield and form an interesting study to the economist who calculates As gain to humanity a new Means of making waste places furnish a useful product and therefore to Benefit Mankind. Not that the sober farm is in any sense a waste place for rugged though it originally might have been in parts of the 700 acres with its boundaries it now appears As Fertile and Well kept almost As a Park. At the present time Active preparations Aro making to Harvest the years crop which is about an average yield expected to aggregate 8,000 bushels. It ill take nearly a month of work on the part of forty Puoplo to gather inspect Aud get them ready for shipment All of which work is most carefully attended to in order that no imperfect or insect infected nuts May get among the Good ones and thereby endanger the balance of the contents of the schoo Dildine Sale Tho Sale of the real estate and personal property of w. H. Dildine Drew a monster crowd to Exchange yesterday. The Sale of the real estate was postponed hut Tho personal property was sold according to schedule and brought fair prices. The most noteworthy article disposed of was a saw was knocked Down to judge Frank g. Blee. Tho Sale Drew a number of candidates to Exchange and May of the male attendants were Button holed by the aspirants for political honors. Or. E. A. Cd nary was elected school physician at a regular meeting of the school Hoard monday night. The subject of school inspection occupied considerable time before the school Hoard. Or. So Metz who had been appointed to formulate rules to govern medical inspection presented his report. The system of rules submitted were on motion of or. Burns unanimously adopted. The rules provide that pupils absent two or More Days and who return to school without a certificate from the Board of health Are to be examined by the school physician. Those in school whom the teacher suspects of being infected with communicable diseases of any kind Are likewise to be referred to the school physician. The inspection is to Mado with particular reference to communicable diseases and pupils Are to be excluded for Scarlet fever diphtheria tonsillitis measles Chicken pox mumps whooping cough ringworm and other diseases of Tho skin. Defects of sight and her other disabilities injurious in pupils Are also to us erred to the school physician who will make the necessary examination. Pupils Are not to be examined at the school physicians office or at any place outside of the Public school. In All cases where communicable disease is discovered in the Public school the local Board of health must be notified. Monthly reports must be mad to the school Board by the school. Ivs Ician. On motion of or. Fischer or. Curry was elected school physician at a salary of one Hundred dollars per annul. On motion of or. Fischer the school Board went on record As opposing the photographing of Tho Public schools. The request of a Sun Bury photographer who asked permission was refused. Or. Burns reported that in some of our schools teachers permit the pupils to Mark each others papers during spelling exercises. The practice he declared is a bail one Anil leads to errors and unfairness. Borough superintendent Dieffenbache explained that the practice is in violation of the Anlos. Or. Fisher reported that some of the school buildings Are rendered unsightly by the practice of cleaning blackboard erasers at the windows the window Sills and the Wall of the building being powdered White. The matter was referred to the Borough superintendent. Or. Burns called attention to Tho objectionable practice of scattering paper about the school grounds and upon the Street indulged in by pupils. This matter will also to taken up. The following members were pres j but Sechler Orth Sidler Swarts Burns Marks Shultz Pursel Fisch or. Heiss and Cole. The following Bills were approve for payment Reading Iron co. $3.99 Jacob Dietz. 3.50 John Bruder. 4.85 Frank Straub. 1.10 Globe warehouse. 2.91 a. L. Lalau 8.45 Ezra s. Haas. 1.75 Danville stove amp my Fra. Co 93.05 o. Amp j. Bryan. 552.37 Emery Shultz. 2.00 Roberts amp Meek. 18.17 Holder Book Cov. Co 13.60 Geisiuger stationery co 130.89 Ginn amp co. 28.88 Chas. E. Merrill amp co. 8.80 will g. Brown45 Wilkes Barre paper co. 0.67 t. W. Pritchard. 1.20 a. G. Harris70 r. A. Richards co. 4.20 Central scientific co. 4.28 Geo. F. Reifsnyder. 45.14two costly poor Chestnut Chestnut drop in Chester county will be a slim one the Worms having badly damaged the Trees and resident John Crossin a former resident of Danville died at his Home in Scranton wednesday aged 78 years. The deceased was a brother of mrs. Thomas Mcbryan West Mahoning Street. To is survived by four children William Thomas Mary and Margaret All of Scranton. The remains will be brought to Dinville on the 12 45 d. L. Amp w. Train Friday. Interment will take place in St. Josephus cemetery. The great test is can we Bear the Little frets tobacco crop housed. Lancaster pa., sept. 28.�?practically Tho entire tobacco crop has been housed. The Farmers had the right kind of weather last week Aud they took advantage of it employing All the help they could get at $3 a Day and Board. It is estimated that the crop in this county this year will reach 70,000 cases. That will mean �3,000,000 to the Farmers at Tho prices packers offer for it at this time. The Farmers expect to get from two to three cents a Pound Moro than was offered which will bring the Sale of the crop to approximately $4,000,000. A freight wreck occurred on the d. L. Amp w. Iai Ruad at a a it Point opposite roaring Creek about 1 30 of clock yesterday afternoon which although it involved Only one car was sufficient to Block the track tying no traffic for Many hours. West bound freight no. 733 was passing the above spot when the journal of a loaded Coal car broke. The car dropped to the ground and was dragged for a considerable distance along with the swiftly moving train the result being that the track was badly torn up and effectually blocked. Unfortunately the Accident occurred at a Point about Midway Between Danville and Catawissa. One of the Crew started out for the Telegraph office but by the time he covered the distance of some four Miles a great Deal of time was consumed. Tho removal of the wreck was at first tackled by the Section hands but they were unable to accomplish much and it was decided to Call for the steam a Rick. It was about 7 of clock last evening when the latter arrived from Kingston. Meanwhile there was a general Holdup. The passenger train East Doe to arrive at Danville at 2 10 of clock was held Here and at 8 of clock last evening was still lying at the station. The train West due to arrive at Danville at 4 33 of clock was held up at the wreck where it Lay until about 7 of clock. Tho mail train East due to arrive Here at 5 55 of clock was brought no from Northumberland by the switch Crew. At the wreck the pass engfors were transferred to Tho waiting West bound 4 33 train. It was not until a late hour that the wreck was removed and Tho track repaired. Six cars of merchandise demolished in costly smash on the Reading Tho costliest smash up that has occurred in recent years on Tho local Branch of the Philadelphia Aud Reading railway happened yesterday morning near Mainville when a broken Brake beam on one of the cars of fast freight no. 59, Doe hero about 1� a. M.,caused the train to leave the track completely demolishing six cars Aud their contents consisting of High class merchandise. A spectacular feature of the Accident is the fact that the Brake beam which caused Tho ditching of the cars broke at lofty and was tearing into the Road bed All the Way to Mainville a distance of 30 it caused the wreck. Persons who Are familiar with the Reading Between Here and East Maharov Junction can realize by what a narrow margin a fearful Accident was averted. For almost the entire distance from lofty to Mainville the train traversed a Down Grade where in some places Tho tracks wind along the Side of the mountains and in other spots Cross deep valleys on Bridges 150 feet High. Had the train left the track at any Oue of a score of places Between lofty and Mainville the entire Crew would have been killed. Tho six cars of the train that were wrecked included one filled with pianos Aud others contained furniture groceries Etc. The wreck Crews from Tamaqua and Catawissa were ordered out and the track was cleared by noon.227 children the enrolment of pupils in the pub Lio schools Aud the assessors returns Liis year show a discrepancy greater than has Ever occurred before and special action on the part of the school Board has been necessary in order that the District May receive its just dues in the matter of state appropriation. When it is explained that one third of the state appropriation is distributed on the basis of the number of children of the school age Between the years of six and sixteen residing in the respective will be seen Why the school Board Eracli year should be on the Alert to detect whether the assessors have made any omissions. A slight discrepancy for which the school Law makes adequate provision is to be expected caused by the removal of families or by children reaching the school age in the interim following assessment. But the present year the number of pupils that have escaped enrolment by the assessors eclipses All records and is set Down As not less than 227. The pupils omitted affect Tho appropriation variously according to Grade &c., and but for prompt action taken by the Board the school District would have lost some for Hundred dollars. Tho Law requires that the assessors make an enrolment at the assessment of the total number of children of school age. The official returns Are made to the county commissioners who in turn return a summary of the same to the superintendent of Public instruction. When Tho discrepancy be a tween the school enrolment and the assessors returns were reported Ralph Eisner attorney for the school Hoard took the matter up with superintendent of Public instruction or. N. C. Schaeffer who in View of the anomalous conditions existing has provided a remedy which will no doubt stand As a precedent. It has been provided that the assessors make supplemental return to the county commissioners supplying All omissions and that the commissioners in turn make supplemental returns embodying corrections to the state superintendent of Public instruction who will see to it that Danville receives credit for the full number of children of Seho Olage when Tho next state appropriation is distributed. All next week. The Cha buoy Keiffer company which appears at Tho Danville opera House All next week carries a car Load of special scenery. Their repertoire contains some of the Best Aud most popular of the higher priced successes. Tho company is headed by miss Grace Soiffer who is Well known and very popular in Danville. She is a Young and pretty actress of marked ability charming personality and a degree of magnetism that wins her audiences from the Start. Only an Active and muscular Man can afford to lose his temper. A the arrival of a the arrival of Kitty a which will appear Here Friday evening is a comedy of complications written along lines similar to those of the old Hoyt laugh makers but entirely original in theme Aud treatment and it is one of the brightest and liveliest pieces of the sort that have been offered in May a amp co. Believe that the time is Ripe for lift presentation of Good clean Crisp farces like a the arrival of Kitty a Aud this season they have abandoned other enterprises in favor of this line of entertainments. No pain or expense will be spared in staging Aud equipping a the arrival of Kitty and the company will be Tho strongest and Cleverest that can be engaged. Tho performance will he further enlivened by Tho introduction of several Bright specialities Shamokin after i. O. O. F. Convention. The Shamokin lodges of the Independent order of Odd Fellows Aro making elaborate preparations to Send a Largo representation of Mombes to Allentown on october 17-18.on the occasion of the annual state convention of the order. The Shamokin brethers intend making a determined Effort to secure the 1911 convention. Veranda and sidewalk. William Limberger has entered upon a system of improvements at his Resi Dence West Mahoning Street which will include a stylish veranda and a Concrete sidewalk. New dwelling. B. H. Cotner is erecting a double Frame dwelling on d. L. Amp w. Avenne. The building is 80x33 feet and will contain All the modern improvements. Graft charges the Conyngham Centralia poor District Columbia county responsible for Many factional lights and allegations of again into the limelight of the courts of Columbia county on monday. Barney Doyle Aud George v Weller two of the it through their olt i. A Tiou to Tho a Orr. Chuson Why an Appeal should not he allowed from the report of the auditor of the District for year ending the second monday of april. 1908. 1909 and 1910. They allege that for each t a a a years there was an agreement with the treasurer of the District by which lie gave the outgoing director his salary and that in lieu thereof All goods needed for the conduct of the District and the Pooi Hoose were purchased through him. As a result of the agreement it is alleged the treasurer charged prices fully 50 per cent in excess of the regular Price. It is also charged that the outgoing Steward appropriated to his own use Grain fertilizer and fanning implements for All of which the District sidewalks owners of property shutting on East Market Street Between Pine Street and Cooke a court the Section recently paved without exception seem to have Anglit the spirit of improvement and have entered upon sidewalk construction on a extended scale. Yesterday morning the p. Amp k. Railway company entered upon the reconstruction of the Long stretch of sidewalk known As the a Star pavement a which takes in nearly three squares on the North Side of the Street. Superintendent Turk visited Dauville several Days ago and carefully examined the sidewalk. The men who began work yesterday Are under instructions to Lay a Concrete pavement six feet wide which will leave a margin of nearly three feet Between the Concrete Aud the curbing which according to the plan is to he neatly sodded. Excellent Progress was made yesterday but the Job is Oue of the biggest in the Way of sidewalk improvement Ever undertaken in this City and even with the big Force of men employed it will require at least a week to Complete it. Bur the work will be Well done and the Concrete walk the Sfrisi of Green Sod by which it is flanked and the Row or Trees standing along the curb will Combine to produce a most pleasing effect the tar pavement was Laid Over Twenty years ago. During the last five years it has disintegrated rapidly. At several places it was repaired with Concrete. It was not until the paving of the Street was actually accomplished and the proper curb line and the grades were Given that the sidewall could be reconstructed. In excavating yesterday the remains of a still earlier pavement were found underneath the one being replaced. East Market Street has always been a much frequented thoroughfare a direct passage from Tho second Ward to Tho business Section a Down town a and somehow the sidewalk on the North Side of the Street always seemed to have the preference with pedestrians. On the opposite Side of the Street the Danville foundry and Machino company is preparing to Lay a Concrete pavement in front of its Plant Aud Yards taking in the greater part o Tho distance Between Iron and Railroad Street. The Concrete pavement in front of the Trinity lutheran Church Aud the dwelling adjoining owned by mrs. Roney is completed Anil is a very Good piece of work. The contractor John Woll is now at work at the Side of tin. Mar completing the sidewalk i. A Kef Street and the it v Irso nage. To make v by the i-�11 i work six Trees have a in in which Lor Many years afforded Shade at the hard on barns Reading pa., sept. 28. Returns that Are coming from Tho Rural sections of Berks county belated on account of Telephone wires being Down show that the electrical storm of sunday evening was the worst of the season. The following barns were destroyed Alfred Mcallister a near new Shaffer town. With crops. Loss $ >,-500 insurance $4,700. Isaac Lesher a Stouchsburg with Straw. Heury Zeigler a Behrers Lorg with crops. Loss $3,000 partly insured. The Steeple of the lutheran Church Bernville was struck and considerably damaged the barn of Charles Kline damaged and the chimneys on the House of Frank Heffner Mohrsville thrown Down. The rain fall was one of the heaviest since last Spring and the storm one of the most terrific experienced so late in Tho season for at least a Quarter Century. A t break of typhoid the resident of Lime Ridge near Berwick Are greatly alarmed Over the outbreak of what is thought to be typhoid fever in that Village. Floyd Bredbenner a Young Man of that town was taken to the Joseph Katti Hospital at Bloomsburg tuesday morning and there is no doubt but that he is suffering from typhoid while Lloyd Nungesser and Reuben Butterfield Are also critically ill with the same disease. Besides these there Are fully thirty people in the Village with symptoms of typhoid. On monday several telegrams were sent to or. Dixon Secretary of the state Board of health asking that an investigation by state authorities he made. Most of those who Are ill have recently been digging Coal from the River Aud it is there it is thought that the fever was contracted. Wives of some of the men often assist in separating the rocks from the Coal and in Many cases these women Are also strik eur. Others Are of the opinion that the germs come from a Spring near the River where May of those now ill have been getting their drinking water. Ali is Spring will be closed and samples of the water sent away for analysis. 2b1910 Clinton tobacco a the 1910 crop of Leaf tobacco in Clinton county is All Cut Aud housed. An expert grower Aud buyer is authority for the statement that it is the finest crop Ever Cut in that Section. While the acreage is not no to former years the stalks Are very Large and the leaves Are smooth As velvet. Corpse on mrs. Anna Mulligan of Norristown did not appear about her Home As usual some neighbors started an investigation. The House was broken into and the woman was found dead sitting at the top of the stairs leading to the second Story having died of heart failure. Plank saved Sutton who was walking across a Plank which a paused a tank of hot water at the Plant of the pure Oil company at Marcus Hook slipped and fell but managed to catch hold of the Plank so that Only his feet and legs were scalded. Love starts a family it takes Cash to keep it going

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