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Daily Gazette And Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 7, 1903, Williamsport, Pennsylvania VOL CII No 67 MOUSING MAHCH -4 a copy f STRONGLY RESEMBLES THE SLAYER OF MRS PAYNE OF nun i- Detained in Jersey Shore I ast Night at the Hotel CUBES EXCITEMENT Prisoner When Questioned Gave live Am we a and Promptly Replied When Add eased as Myers His Name Is Henry and That He His Way to Reading to Vint a Sister Residing There Was Begging Hie Breakfast at a House In Snow Shoe When I Haines Thought He Recognized Him at and the Arrest Followed The at Jersey Shore last Shift wildfire A hundred of these excited and curious citizens were in the house at one time all anxious for news The Gazette and Bulletin learned tho particulars of the and the the long distance telephone moraine a stranger at the residence of William I Brotherhood Officials Appeal for Dissolution STEPS TO PROTECT But Was Promptly Paid Superintendent of Ing and be located by the if Strike Ordered Bjr C Charles T Superintendent of the Pennsylvania Warehousing and If Court's Action la Favorable to Union company cashed what Is alleged lo be a forged check for on the National on laat The check the names of A at Bright treasurer of Pennsylvania company and Will i Rommel Jr secretary o the The check which was made the Men Probable be Out at Once Both Have Issued Br Haines Shoe and asked for ST LOUIS March 6 The to officers of the brotherhoods of firemen by something to eat Mrs Haines fed and trainmen and committees here in by iUlony It Teller Sank who paid Wabash Issued OTOr money without question an a Mm and tho fellow then went over M to the to another bouse Mr Haines aUon Wabash Issued OT who Jurt sotting up saw him out a statement addressed to their jony was well known bank The the window he told bis wife that that bora ou the Wabash railroad giving Board of Dl rater Df the met resume of the situation and to-day and the matter or tne looked like Mr hunted to loyal ta the and claim of the warehousing company up Constable Hall and the stranger way and to respective fuHy At tne and tha organizations and to any of the meeting of the tne moV may be put Into circulation bank suld that the not All Operations Where Material of the la Used Must to a Standstill Union to Pre- vsnt Subletting of Br March 0 A eral strike tha American Bridge company called by the Executive Board of tbe Internationa Iron Workers order In eludes all In the of a man In custody of Constable W B Hall and William I of Snow Shoe thought to bo Myers supposed murderer of Mrs George Payne at county Pa recently created the wildest excitement In At Hotel where the fellow Vraa hU was At five dred people soon gathered the of having spread like GORMAN 18 CAUCUS CHAIRMAN o Servitor Re-elected to His Old Position By WASHINGTON March 6 The Democratic Senatorial caucus and organised by electing Senator to his old position as man ol the caucus Tho appointed consists of Senators Gorman Maryland CocKrell souri Martin Virginia Bacon gia DuBols Idaho Money pi Texas tucky and The new on the tec are Messrs md HEALTH OF THE POPE o His Holiness Reported withstanding Contrary plated under arrest constable then took him to Shore arrH Ing there the Beech Creek In the evening The authorities at were with and later M a of Lloyd who was have discharged man thought tn be from his employ before he went to for arrived at Jersey Shore He said that the man under airest not the man he had discharged he prisoner however is said to tell too many stories about himself and Jersey Shore people believe he Myers He claims bis name la but when addressed as questions readily He told the constable that ho was on hU way to Reading to a sister rested and then acted very It is said that he tallies very closely with the description of The prisoner was kept In Hotel of who has gone to New York bM reached to-day from Denver is known of hi all ntglu d this morning will be taken to for Identification Tbe follow says he Is not guilty SENATOR PENROSE CALLS ON GOVERNOR PENNYPACKER His Visit la For a Talk on That Are Not of a Political Character By 6 Senator here this evening from Washington for a Governor Pennypacker on legislation and other matters In which they have a ALL DAY An dny waf held By been refunded to though he company al was filed in JK a ed In the conference since Monday when he telephoned to in me There were no at Wa- his office that not wel l bash headquarters President Ramsey I cording to tho tlin the service throughout f u taken his home was j Wednesday In a from a He reviewed his action of storage is under bond Monday when the Injunction was the Pennsylvania company for ed to prevent a strike going Into the 000 details which not before beep made public WHAT THE LEADERS SAY The autement of leaders concludes as We are the legal Must be Signed Br Associated March C The lower house of passet -I More FREIGHT A of Labor Ilia and Ing What Re NEW March 6 O Dun Weekly Review uf morrow will Further improvement in unt of freight and fuel the more favorable are complaining and pig Iron not able to run Numerous labor struggles also mills and shops are ducing freely as a Jobbers and wholesalers are busy while spring re- tail opened very well In notably wearing apparel OF ciui About One-Third of and No Coffee at All round Bjr for building i Island of March 6 Jt which here to-day from carried only large gains over last year's figure and brought no merchants of saya Association of Bridge and Structural hands of tho company throughout and Canada in- giving additional strength to pay tne present of men in all When Older that every newspaper are 7 lnl fc month otf a setting forth the believe we can the court am we can mo ownership of tho paper and pie and sound for and that an received by and Union No of this city strikes were called on ail operations where American company Iron used In con- struction although the erecting con- tracts were In- the hands or general constructors who the Iron from the American Bridge company Frank Buchanan general president of the and member of thw Retentive came to this city night As the result of a conference tives and the business agenta of the unions the men were ordered back to work today on operations In thu city not being by the American Bridge American U said tc have targe con- tracts at points It is stated here that in New York -en Idle while PIttsburg Albany Buffalo and St are said to be seriously affected Tbe and other Prices of cum scarcely altered in the gate during February Dun's Index number being on MarcB 1 against a month previous Foreign trade continues Conditions In the iron and sUrl In- dustry need DO other elucidation than the plans announced by the United States Steel Corporation week brought out a large quantity of new is this season A of steeT rails placed particularly for ley lines Failures this week ed 229 In the United States against year 16 In Canada with 17 a year ago the order will The order of the court We and member not only tfn the system but elsewhere to do likewise The statement was shown to dent and Colonel W H fett counsel for the and expressed the opinion that tbe or writer of the ine introduced by John Vice President of the Ore company An Old Justice Arrested Hy Wls March 6 On a v Issued to W W a who bears the repu to the employes to continue u f the man ln working for the present is usual and t that a strike la not to be at once would be very pleasant news to most of the WABASH SOURCES Regarding the probability of strike President Ramsey said to the Press to-night In case the Injunction shall be dis- solved I think a stride is quite likely In case of tho dissolution It probably will be ordered at once by the ers The Wabash employes not go out until ordered to do so A strike may Inconvenience the wabash for some time but It will not Senator tdd his visit wabash for some time DUI n win np tho system to any serious and that he been to By ROME March All reports circulated the health of the Pope ait unfounded Although Holiness la not yet restored to his condition UP In better to-day i be was yesterday so much so that he usual audience to Cardinal Rampolla and later had a with tbe Secretary of State County Officials Indicted By full LEBANON March 6 The Grand to-day found true bills of ment O Klopp clerk of tho County and John collector of State and County Klopp Is charged with alleged corrupt a and falsifying a record It In- for Bench were for the accused who ball each Settled ConV difficulty the hat urera and engineers bien It an- for tn dis- cuss with the executive one hundred things It is thought ono ol the purposes of hla visit Is to discuss the vacancy on the Superior Court bench created by the resignation of William W Porter of Philadelphia Quay and have both endorsed John J of spent tho at he In this city which he h-s leased for the legislative session He will go to Philadelphia In the The British Were Lenient 6 A ent unless a boycott shall be ordered at the different terminal points The policy of the ir It claims It Is paying at good wages and has as equitable rules as any of Its competitors If It la not doing this It stands ready in- junction or no Injunction to carry out pledge given to the employes to advance Its wages or change IU rates when It Is shown to be out of line with Its competitors AN MERGER and Power was ar- rested charged with stealing a small quantity of cos Judge Is one of oldest Justices of the Peace In Lacrosse He collapsed when tha warrant Served and U now ill urn INSANITY PLEA IS TO BE URGED IN HIS pre vent if possible of con- strue Ion of union said In New York ihs locked out the Hoisting Union That between 400 and BOO of our men to idleness It there fore thought that ns was to oe forced bj them it ai now The New York To tell of A- Bf Flogging LONDON March 6 Replying to a question in hu House of Commons Mr of State for War said Roberta In-chief of the forces had at the In- stance of I ord Lord de Saumarez an into the caning of their who were subalterns In the Grenadier Guards This was the scandal which led to the retirement on half pay of Colonel not been tho practice heretofore Mn Brodrick feald to Inform the of such nn having been In Colonel Kinloch would be the first witness which they add them the ojI tty the Allied Advices received hero sources in the Revolutionists have gathered thai alV u of except city of la held by them that President has able to -all a session of Congest bk cause of the lack of a SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR o and House Bills Are Now Cr March 6 Governor Pennypacker tials afternoon signed a In my hereafter In which New Mystery for New York By YORK March 6 The body of a woman who had been dead for days was found in a furnished room house In West seventh strict She came to the house on Sunday accompanied by a man who said that they had come from Chicago and desired to remain In the house for be a The to haje KleUher from a in the room The union 50 per day after May I and that is the scale demanded by the Bricklayers union for the strike are to be the effect of the Bridge company to reduce the number of of riveters who matic hammers and the employment of on work which the claim the should perform man wno her was WHAT AN OFFICIAL SAYS of tho house aft New York March 6 An official of were de- thq company said to the case day strike has been called out our receiving any prior notice o any trouble So far as we know tho strike Is In sympathy the holat Ing engineers and reports from on demand to an nut less than are made warehouse receipts hills of certificates of deposits of bonds or in- pledged collateral tt shall be lawful to receive or contract to receive and collect as for making such advances any sum to be agreed upon In by the parties to the transacting Governor also signed a Senate repealing the act of March 1850 so far as It relates to the Testimony Being Gathered Prove foremen throughout the country show LB nil I O IT HI Hill It His Queer Ways Was Kicked by Colt and Bright His Wife's Death that everything 18 tied up everywhere In the We have always lived Wanted to See the President About Come Together r HARRISBURG March 6 An merger of light heat and lui to enter to-day that shut of would not Place the la PARIS March A dispatch Tangier here this A courier who a Russian warship The up th waa companies Miave been i dated under the name of the which Electric company with M A Cum of as Upper East Pennsboro letting the engineer go unpunished Fourth Class Pott WASHINGTON rne fQF lowing land Heat and Power Well Known By WILKES-BARRE March 6 up to our with the men In regard to the employment of union men but the unions have failed to supply us with union men The tlon for us to decide now Is whether By Press to employ men or stop WASHINGTON 6 HAMILTON O March 6 The self- work who his uame as 7 Big Claim the A Here confessed murderer Alfred Knapp i of docs In Charleston u township county and thu House Providing for the relief by tat authorities of needy sick Injured and burial of Indigent persons whose legal place of settlement Is unknown or not state at tho expense of county where relief Is required with notice to tho County Repealing tho of May to for the election of and Kill county GOOD FOR That City Selected by the 1 Machine Company at Itt Location By A tpV rial telegram to the Board of la this city to-day states that tbe can ed and capitalized at btt chosen Burro is Its The of the concern O S Rome N Y dent S Edwards and The company wOI 1 upon patents hauling machinery electrical I thos and V The organisation of the Iron providence H I for an to was visited vday by his not anj jaj the and they say they cannot action against thn Interests of tho by the White attaches to cet ready for tho preliminary hearing men It does not Intend to cut wages to writing i Pa lv this week There is no doubt or do anything unless driven to somo he endeavored to failed HAVANA March They expect to wm men and ever about the defense pleading Hy and the first movement be for an Inquest Knapp's fourth wife rents brother and brothers action by the men themselves EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS the seen t service officers in i him auu found him eil of hullm ui sal that that Knapp has noli They Have Prevailed In Saxony For tne states cov been right mentally since he was the Past Two Days tint jtu kicked by a colt when he was five Br to up o Its anil old and It Is expected that BERLIN March fi Earth shocks he the to to it bois of the Knapps and have been felt for two In tne div that he fur In tt of the prisoner will testify of and In tht formation IK TK to re Knapp's queer Knapp Is an Ore turn to n ami place Indifferent ns ever playing cards i day's shirks were but those of claim in the of a lawyer reading tho most were violent Tiie inhabitants of loft their houses and D Sankey Not Blind eil night in the By 6 J MorRan and his party leave i r New York via Tampa had luncheon to-day at Minister Squires residence cheerful of all the prisoners FIRST Terie March G It was definitely learned wire no far as NEW YORK Man h C A report White York W Br for S March begun ex n of He was well known nent among the United Mine ers To Tax Br MADISON Wit March 6 In thf Assembly to-day the far balloon U the taxation of on ad bjr Destroyer Br At March S In a trial over the Chesapeake Baj course to-day tho torpedo boat stroyer Whlpple In seaway that Km IK h nnd at WRs tin rent Ira I Of and at Asch for the in with At Mr it that he had been ill fur porno wnn now A Great Difference i Inc t was no truth In the You know that a great that was blind j between and but do J you know that there U equally us Death an Aged Editor C out he district Knapp became tlie mother of a child child Is now twenty-five was no at- tempt a speed trial for the and Bulletin March great a difference In the of various makes of Write r CREEK Mart h and we will explain It to If nre Smith frur oo yearn Sunday Intended B 8 b Co Pa Spring Suite to the of the and and an Mi known over the I fint id nomination at Matchless w 4th his home here this D And Ca Co Sunday clearing and colder fresh southeast tast
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