on Zbth. Hall. Feet and of interested bid of There. will be a similar meeting in Carbondale tomorrow night. TYH0ID CASE ON WATERSHED Inspector of Watersheds Phil Rlns - lanci this morning first became aware that Asher Dennis, living within thirty thirty feet of the creek that empties into the Elmhurst reservoir, had been ill in the house there for weeks with typhoid fever. A written complaint brought out the fact. The story is confirmed by Dr. J. W. Knedler, of Moscow, who at tended the patient "I have not heard about It and doubt the truth of it," said Inspector Rins - land this morning. "If there is any thing Like that down there, the doctors doctors doctors - always notify me," he said. "I am under no obligations to notify Mr. Rinsland, Knedier's comment The case was reported to the county authorities as . requirea Dy law, ne said. "The G - as & Water company knew of it and their men were on tho ground every day, taking every precaution precaution against infection."