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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                RKGO 2 DISORDERLY HOUSE Speaker Cannon Evidently Had SHIIMAKFR VERY ILL Qite on jfiTfo Hands Yesterday TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF over Ike death recently of u friend led Miss Mary twentyfour years daughter ot Patrick to take She wilt crowd of Mgry farmers gathered about the City Detention in which two smallpox patients were and threatened to burn the explo of gas in the Scott shaft of the Susquehanna Coal company killed Mi chael Tobias and Joseph Carmosky badly Injured William lag with the manufacture of illumlnat iag gas frosoft Norman and Zanghn age fifteen and eleven were badly Charles suffering was seized with a coughing spell wfclch caused the rupture of a blood vessel of the head and mulled in Ida late of and Sarah Alexander were arrested here charged with having in wholesale quantities peddled and sold packing housa eggs under the guise of fresh eggs from the Viola Fer guson who abducted her four miBor children from her Ar thur was forced through habeas corpus proceedings to relinquish her owh and a tearful scene was present ed at the railway f Babst overruled a motion for a new trial in the case against Byron William charged with bribing a Standard Oil and flnod him and The indictment against former Sena tor McConlca waa Mc a had a dia mond stud valued at returned to j him by the It was stolen on May by William i alias a professional pick now under arrest in that ers of one of the great Indus tries In JJUs declare out look for year Is a pros perous both for the manufacturer and the Leading manufac turers declare there will be no cutting of wages In age four and his age perished In a fire in the home of Hyman The fire was started by the children bnrnnjr miners by a policeman in whose arms and the Htlle girl died at a of his were furnished a surprise hy the arrest of llepler of Buf IB made defendant in a breach of promise suit for brought by Miss Bvlyn Mae a leader In local social circles and a member of one of the oldest families in Western infant son of Frank Blue of is dead from eating The child not a pouch of smoking tobacco be longing to his father and had chewed up and swallowed a large quantity of tie weed before his mother discovered it The boy was seized with convul sions and died in great Sobring of Burnslde Clear Hold started from his home in search of Two hours later a brother of the hunter and two other men came across the dead body of Se 1 bring lying In the snow about 500 yards from his He had acci dentally shot and killed Walter chairman of the Republican state has received a letter from James Garfield at Washing ton accepting tbe temporary chairman ship of the Republican state conven to be held at Columbus March 3 and Acceptance temporary secretaryship was also received from I BROWNSON CASE UP Senate Will Discuss It When Conild erlng Personnel Brown son affair was the chief topic of dls cusslon in the It was brought up when Senator Hale explained the navy personnel which was intro duced by Tho presentation of the bill led Senator Tlllman to ask wheth er members of the committee would have an opportunity to get facts In re lation to the controversy over the Brownson Tlllman inti mated that he wished to call before the committee witnesses to testify concerning this Hale plied that he thought there would be to allowing the senator to Hale said he had prej facts in connection of the navy in con nection with the consideration of the bill instead of holding an Investigation of the particular Incident which had been the subject for so much publlo Amid scenes of confusion the mem bers of the house participated in a lottery for the rooms of the new house building opposite the Outside of passing two bridge bills the assign ment of quarters was the only business So great was the lack of order at times that Speaker Cannon suspended the proceedings and or dered to their seats members who in their anxiety to preempt desirable lo crowded In front of his where were placed on easels the floor plans of the Some ot the members regarded the drawing with while others took a more view and were constantly call ing for The drawing was con cluded in a little over two hours and the house i JACK OVERDUE Friends Alarmed at Snarks Failure to Reach of Jack the are begin ning to feel alarmed over his failure to arrive at the Marquesas which he was expected to reach early In London left Ha Counsel for Johnstown Defendant in Capitol Cases Asks Continuance IS UNABLE TO LEAVE HIS HOME Counsel for Both Sides Reach Agree ment With Court That Conspiracy Cases Shall Be Tried maker May Be Tried for the commonwealth In the capltol set for trial In tbe Dau phin county court on have agreed that one of the flve conspiracy cases against Architect Joseph Hus Contractor John former Auditor General William former Stato Treasurer Wil liam Mathues and James Shu former superintendent of grounds and shall be tried These cases Involve transactions In lighting fixtures and mar ble and do not include Congressman Burd Cassel and the remaining eight defendants In the Counsel for the defense have made application to the court for a rule to compel the commonwealth to submit tho order in which the thirtytwo cases upon which indictments have been re turned will be tried so as to facilitate the The attorneys for the commonwealth resisted this applica tion and offered to try one of the flve conspiracy cases which proposi tion was satisfactory to the court and the Bergner of counsel for gave notice that he would make application to the court for a continuance of the thirty conspiracy cases against Shumaker so far as the former superintendent is concerned on the ground that his phy sical condition Is such that he cannot stand Lowman Shumakers family will be here to testify that his condition is such that It is impossible for him to come to Harrlsburg at this Shu was taken last summer and since been unable to leave his If thecourtshall grant a in the cases against him for the prosecution say interfere with the trial of SCHMITZ SCORES O i WEDDED JUST IN FUN Millionaire Marquis Maloney Be gins Proceedings to Dematri monialize Daughter Helen MARRIAGE SIMPLY A MOCKERY In Public Statement He Denies That Arthur Party of First Part In Hymeneal Is to Re ceive Cash Snark for Marquesas and is about a month It is supposed that the equipped gasoline about as the result of Injury to her two friends and a small crew are oh the The steamer due here 25 from Ta will bring news of the party It Is Gives Life for j New Me a wealthy retired was killed in saving the life of Mary Scheele of who had fallen in the path of a Scheele had attempted to make a crossing after the gates had been low ered and fell upon tho Me Brien dragged the woman to but in doing so swung himself in front uf the WITHOUT STRIKING Philadelphia Car Men JUtlfy Agreement granted the union trolley men by the Rapid Transit company were approved at a ratification A pro longed session was necessary in order to enable the men who are on both day and night runs to attend the meet Vice President Shea and National New Malouey of Philadelphia has made known through a formal statement given to the Associated Press that proceedings had been instituted to obtain a court Judgment declaring that there wosjno marriage between his Helen and Arthur Herbert the young New York ac cording to the county were ate for President Questions Propounded by i Ohio Labor Leader DOES NOT FAVOR JURY TRIALS In CAnteiffpt But Thinks That It Would Be In Injunction Pro That Defendant Be Heard Before Writ TUe of William secretary of in regard to the use and abuse of injunctions are stated in a letter in feply to questions propounded by Llewellyn secretary of the Ohio Federation of given out Secretary Taft prefaces his Statement with a declaration that ho believes It to be highly beneficial and entirely lawful for laborers to unite in jtbielr common Proceeding idirectly to the answer of the questions he says ask me what I would think of an enactment of a law defin ing the cases In which a temporary To Extort Money No Crime Says Court of Appeals at Frisco to grant such a privilege to the contemnor and thus avoid an ap pearance of even ht some in convenience In the matter of securing another There Is some though It Is not between the exclusion of a judge from sitting In the court of appeals to review a deci sion of his which now obtains in the practice ot the federal court of ap peals by and the present sug gested It Is of the highest Im portance that the authority shoti not be and therefore I am opposed to the intervention of a jury between the courts decree and Its en forcement by contempt It would mean long delay and greatly weaken the authority of the I do not think the permission to change would constitute greater public confidence in the Jus tice of the courts The appear of justice is almost as Important which such order may be 1 see no objection to the enactment of a statute which shall define the rights of laborers In ttieir controversies with their former As this statute Would fix the full limits of tnelr it would necessarily furnish a definite might as well as their character and It should bs said that this if enacted by could relate only to the District of Columbia or some place within the exclusive jurisdiction William Organized to Boost 160 Republicans from various parts of the state met here and formed the Taft Association of New Hampshire for the purpose of promoting the nomi nation and election of Secretary War William Taft as president the United Letters were re from United States Senators Oallini and Burnham Congressmen jcur rler and Sulloway expressing proval of the meeting on the that it was unwise for the rfrty to place itself on record at in favor of any one Many other letters were read indorsing Sec names were given by the parties to the ceremony and the two never lived MaTdneydburi not go details In his but it la under stood that tho present is based upon the admlsstoiis of the young people the of their employers aud employes whose rela tions are within congressional defini tion and the law governing the relations between em ployer and employe Is a state law and publican commlti only enforced in the federal courts was unanimous when the jurisdiction arises by reason dent It was of the diverse citizenship of the candidate for Speaking as CONVICTION iLLEflft Higher Court Sets Against Sugene San district court ot appeals has handed down a decision setting In the case of former Mayor Eugene convicted JreHtortlon in the French Abe Ruef also benefits byjftie ruling of the upper ncjordlng to its de he to an act that was no offerfs against the laws of the According toAhe appellate the compelling ok French restaurants to pay Abe Ruef was hot a even Ruef divided the fees After discuss ing the the court reversed the Judgment against Schmltz on tbe no acts constituting a been proved gainst who pleaded guilty to extor faoney from the French is therefore equally he decision wipes out tbe French jtanrant cases and pending charges extortion against Scbmlts and Ruef Mat be Both are now ea Itled to release on they obtain necessary main at liberty until such time jury finds them guilty on one of indictments charging them with ceiving bribes from ing to the number of cases against the figured at would reach an enormous District Attorney Langdon said i Schmltz and Ruef will be on other indictments that are pUbHe u I to federal and state I see union was conceived In n of fun no objection to a statute which Another Indorsement for 10JhAt a meeting of the Ninth congressional district Re1 llliam Taft ndorsed for presi ded to nominate a ingress by a direct pri mary on Fe and that the manluge was n tlio Mnmaroiieclc core so far as define the rights of both parties in such controversies Fatal Dispute About a an alter cation between Postmaster Harvey McHargue and Claude McHargue was shot and killed and Price was probably fatally The trou ble is said to have been the result of McHargue ordering Price to refrain from calling on a young woman In tbe postmasters Stork Broke This Camels Sheppard killed himself because he had more children than he could sup port and this a seventh child was added to the Negroes Pay Penalty for gro farmhands who made a murderous assault on and Martin Liv ingston at their home in Goldsbore were captured and shot to Any overcoat 25 per lower for Abe Swltzer of Herman Blnkley of this who many years ago sold refreshments at camp meet ipgs In eastern has re ceived a letter containing eighty Tha writer said that about eighteen years ago he bought two plates of Ice ereara at the refreshment stand of the Myerstown cainp meeting anddid not pay for it and wanted to square the Bend a guest nt the Neil has been served with a subpeiia forthwith to appear and sit as a juror In the trial of Harry charged with the killing of Stanford Neff came to Columbus to assist in tbe building of some waterworks The subpena left at residence in New York Ignore IpirTAmong tbe numerous recruits who are enlisting t the barracks are miners from the disaster at fact from all of tbe mining The Celebrated STEPHEN Whitman CANDY Exclusive Agency In Greenville Perfumes and other Holiday Goods soclatlon of Street and Electric Rail way Employes of America made ad dresses and urged the men to make no outward display of their success and to do everything possible to prove to the company officials that by organ ization the men can prove to be more efficient and valuable to the The strike which had been with the understanding that this was to be the last was It was reported to the meeting that some of the fiftyone union men the company had agreed to reinstate are back at work and others are to go to work TO PROSECUTE SCRANTON Wealthy Resident of Town of Same Name Charged With grand jury has made a presentment for con tempt of court against Scran president of the Scranton Gas and Water company and the wealthiest man in the Judge Edwards direct ed that an indictment be drawn and named County Detective Rafter as The alleged was contained lit a letter to the In which criticized Judge Newcombs finding in two casess in which the company was The latter olmrged that the Judge was guilty of a gallery play to catch the farmer that the company had been particularly unfortunate before Judge Newcomb and that If he was a judge in Massachusetts he would be im The indictment will likely be returned on Suicide Leaves Queer age captain Of latjt years football team of the Kan sas committed suicide by jumping from the dome of Frazer hall at the university Angney left a note reading Dear My life My pleasure is No pleasure for You can know the reason I was called for what I may you all live Boy Murderer Hol a white age who was to have been hanged at Union for the murder of his the a Cum berland Presbyterian has been respited for nine days by Gov ernor Wreck victim JPsntt ter of who suffered severe Injuries Hiram wreck on tbe Southern died lenlions of Samuel a who had been a guest at the Maloney On 1 lai Clarkson and Miss Maloney slniult neously dropped out of sight and were mojiy Miss accented the the more ex actly the limitations on the actions of both sides are understood the better for them and for the Injunction Power I ask me what I think of a provision that no restraining next heard front CJarkSoffrJn bachelor Following the iisiipiwiirance of tno and while efforts to locate them were being made by the Maloney the sliliation was fur ther xiomplicalcd by iho published claim of Osborn that hcwuk the hus Imnd of the missing Maloneys statement follows Proceedings have been instituted to obtain a judgment declaring that there is no marriage between Helen Arthur The i the papers to the position assumed I he family of or injunction shall except afte notice to the defendant and a heart statutesfor Junctlous ex parte has rise to certain abuses and injustice to the laborers engaged in a peaceable Men leave employment on a strike counsel for the employer applies to a Chicago Grain Market v livelier business and advances in the price of cash wheat at outside markets had a strengthening today onthe cal wheat tha May delivery closing at a net gain of Ccrri was up Oats were a lowelv MMay options closed j sman Who Had Never Heard of the Case Peremptorily Challenged New One new sworn was trial making seven In air no New 2 61 2 yellow 2 high mixed 1 1 l nact lected from the 400 talesmen sum moned since the beginning of the sec Maloney nml by Osbom are upon to temporary restraining entirely Intimations of a The temporary restraining or settlement upon Osborn upon his der is served on all the strikers they his surrendering his rights HIV without foundation and do hijn n grave Were Very Loving Justice now postmaster of was subsequently class of cases to which you not see any objection to the ment of that federal I have taken occasion to Qn Mondav panel of 100 will report Jus tlce Dowllng has announced that be will bold court If necces to complete the At the time of the luncheon recess the box was filled with six permanent and six temporary but chal lenges swept all of the provisional men Just before the adjournment hour at 6 when tbe venire had been five temporary jurors had again been selected to fill the back they although row But once more the ar ttat tho nnrtn Judge are not lawyers their fears are aroused by the process with which their purpose may have been entirely common determination to the strike Is weakened nuirricd the pair i Dy an order which they never had an and he has told of the anuir as fol opportunity to question and which is calculated to discourage their proceed woman were Ing in their original To avoid married by me whose I injustice I believe as I have at and he has told of tin lows A young man and found to be I did no i ready might well be made what it was orlg lint them under oath at the time be requlrlng notlce and a hearing cause they appeared to be so refined Defore an injunction and well educated that there seemed i Defense Should Be no reason for so answer to your third ques The prospective husband he tion It would seem that it is unneces was a Herbert Osborne of sary to impose any limitation as to bltrary challenges were brought into play and all butone ot the men on probation were allowed to The sole survivor of the who took his place as trial juror was William chief clerk in the auditing department of the New York i Central The rate of progress was not gratifying either to prosecu tion or defense and better things are hoped for At the close of the days work the prosecution had em ployed fourteen of the thirty chal lenges allowed by law and the defense iTork Obio full 14H91C Wisconsin light market tidy fat fresh cows and common to f Sheep and was fair and market Prime good fair culls and 203 veal Hogs Receipts 30 double Market slow on heavy grades and ao tlce on light Prime heavy and llgnt york era and twentytwo years of ajid born In the time for a final if be had expended The court can He gave his fathers name as and mothers as The said her name was Helen also of Pitts twentyone years born also In that her father was John Eugenie and her mother Mary fore an Injunction can issue at all no tice and hearing must be The In Its discretion increase tbe number of challenges allowed either side and I last year at the first trial Justice I parte injunctions be retained Uf the Fitzgerald did In such case I should think it eminently proper that the statute should require tho court issuing an ex porte injunction to give the person The witnesses wore Miss Marian against whom the injunction was is itirt Mr F u mv wife sued an opportunity to have a hearing utaliam and my th ory BUOrt Bpace of I remember the time not to I should three because they were the most loving or four 1 J fourth query Is in ef fect what I should think of a provi sion in such cases by which the con the person charged tvith the violation of an order of In object to the Judge who issued the injunction as the one couple I ever After I had mar ried them It seemed ns If they never would get through hugging and kissing each Abra require another judge to the Issue and impose sentence if nec In federal courts In such a case it would be propor to provide that the senior circuit judge of the ham a veterinarian of Penns was found dead in his carriage In the middle of Perkiomen creek a p result of one of the most peculiar ac cidents the county officials were ever called upon to Tha man was seated in his carriage with the liwer portion of his body In the horse was drowned in the shafts nnd It was thought at first that tbe doctor had frozen to An Inves convinced the au thorities that while driving to his home from Green lane he bad lost his way anddriven over a and off the approach to a bridge over the He had fallen in bis Carriage a distance of feet Into the An examination of the body showed that plehls skull had bejrn fraetureO In the fail circuit upon the application of the defendant or designate another district or circuit to sit and hear the issue I do not think such a restriction would be un In most cases It would be Justice Should Bs I admit that there is a popular Reeling tbat in contempt tnd the very name of tbe proceeding f sjgests tbat tbe Judge issuing the in junction has a personal sensitive ness in respect to its violation and tbat be does not bring to tbe trial of tbe issue presented rby tbe charge of contempt of his order tbe mind which Insures this popular fe Patrick a hat furnished the only bit of color to the proceedings by declaring that he had never heard of the Consequently he had no disqualifying was placed on tbe temporary side of the trial panel only to be excused per emptorily later Pat who has jbeen the executive head the National Cash Register company since Its has Just been reelected president of the board of Pattersons sal Is reported to be a If you want furniture now is the time to buy when you can everything in stock that is needed to make your home look If you anticipate camping out or spending the In your cottage it will pay you to look over our selection of tage bedsMust the thing You can use them on your ppjob or lawn in tbe daytime and use tbem for a bed at Our overgrowing trade ables us to carry a full 04 uptodate Furniture oell at such reasonable prioM tbat we never have but staples pn Christmas goods up to the A visit to our tsfy you M it tbat we have tbe THI   

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