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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENIMG 2 CENTS PBR IBS IN1EAO PILLS Victim of Black Hand Gouger Hands Three Loads of Shot to Tormentor WHO CEASES FROM TROUBLING Tragedy Near Punxsutawney Results From Persistent Efforts by Black Hand to Secure Money by Slayer TRISTATE NfcWS IN BRIEF Is an 18 TftAMPLEDJO HEATH Children Victims Panic nonnced that Canada will this year en tertain the National Tax heavy thun der eiorm passed near the city last evening bringing to close a day wore lAMred marked for Its meeting of representatives of the Trlstale at English Entertainment Sixteen Says With a demand for money on his an Ital ian known as Frank Leo and believed to have been an agent of the Black was shot dead In his tracks in a boarding house conducted by Dom inlc Province at the mine of the Rochester and Plttsburg Coal and Iron six miles from Province disappeared after the trag edy and twenty state police have fulled to find trace of Leo is said to have appeared at Provinces house several times re cently with demands for The foreigners arc reticent as to the amount he Last night Leo Is alleged to havo demanded J5Q from Province and from each of two other Italians in the He was told tho men had not cashed their pay checks and he would have to When Provinces wife responded to a knock at the door she was confront od by who said he had come for lue The woman An instant later Province emerged from an adjoining room with a shotgun and flred at The charge did not hit the but was fired at so close range that his face was scorched and his eyes blinded by the As he fell groping to the Province slipped another cartridge Into the weapon and shot Leo through the right Another load was fired Into the dying mans A telephone message to n nearby mining brought of the Peace who found Leos body In a halfsitting posture against the The only weapon found in the mans pockets was a The authorities believe Leo was con nected with the Black Handsociety and preying upon the fears of other There is no feeling against but no effort will be spared to locate him in order to se cure further evidence that will aid in clearing the region of tho murderous Kill ALL CATS Kalbfus Declares It Greatest De stroyer of Bird state game commission has just submitted to Governor Stuart its roport for the year in which It is stated that song and insectiverous birds are In creasing in Pennsylvania and that game birds are not as plentiful as Snipe and woodcock are rabbits and squirrels are plentiful In some sections and scarce in boar and deer are Increasing rapidly and the number of deer killed in this state lasl year was The roport that the number of game preserves be iii slates the game laws of he slate nre boiler observed ban ever Hint thp present gamp laws arc rorisoiiably fair and commends the state constabulary for ilH aid in piiforchiR the game laws and advocates the enactment of a law pro aliens from currying In the report of Joseph frame protector of the which accompanies tho report of the It Is recommended that the bounty laws passed by the last legislature be amended to include the payment of a bounty for he killing of the house cut gooschawk and Hie great horned Kalbtus says the house cat is the greatest deslroyoi of bird life and that the only trouble with he new bounty law is thai the appropriation is not sufficent to moit lhe demands and that the list of nnl mals Hie act is not compre henslve merit is made by the officials of the Sundusky Portland Cement companv that Us plants at Syr Indiana and would be reopened The cement works at will reopon Feh Hundreds of men will go buck to having teen Idle since early la baseball clubs will be held in Altoona to on the salary limit and B proposed revision of the Pennsyl vania Railroad company has removed B68 grade crossings on the lines of heaviest traffic between New York and Washington and Philadelphia and who was graduated from high school last committed suicide because he feared he was going He placed the barrel of u revolver in his mouth and were babies and girl babies born In Pennsylvania during the year according to an official state ment by the bureau of vital statistics of tho state department of nichord Me age was found puilty of murder in the first de He killed Warrtn commissary boss of a railroad con struction noar Jacobs Rob ert a wellknown minister of the Disciple church and for twentyfive years corresponding secretary of the General Christian missionary died at his home age The strike ordered for today by the brew ery workers of this city amTvlclnltj beeiv called An agreement has beop reached whereby the men wil receive increase and nine hours a James CiimmlngH of this who lives alone was found by the police it his home with his hands and feet hal starved and with any to cover is not expected Hm he will Lukens was formally arraigned on tho charge of murder in the first He Is accused of having murdered Kllxabch the Masslllon who was founded deud The girl was killiii with u tor Nolan and Alary who have just been married hold matrimonial record for section This Is the third time they have CHSI their lot having been di vorced from each other Hayes was forested on the charge thathe owns a place of business where intox eating liquors are This is the third arrest recently on such a Ed Banks having fined ou two Athens Is supposed to be physicians state that there are at least cases of grip in this years has the malady been so There seem to be few pros pects for a cold it Is will stop the ravages of the McEl ago twentyone who has boon employed as a clerk at the Neil house for some is The Columbus police have been asked to locale His home Is In nnd he is said to have relatives in i DeSfeivcd by Govef nor jtnd Mineown erB entertainment given n the public hall When the show opened every seat tDfWittO UftT UCCPCfl was taken and tho gallery was packed FEDERAL IKUUHb HIM tlttLtU With who filled the aisles ind were dangerously massed against the With a view to re lieving this the attendants decided to transfer some of the chil dren to the body of the house and one of the ushers called out Some of you children come down i Immediately the rush started n few seconds hundreds of tRf not flaring for tne The single cass of the unlaw ful of which failed to do any was surrounded by such the roport as to raise a reasonable doubt an tc the gen ulnenoKR of the charge that members of the union were The bulls of the testimony of op erators tended to according to the not the sxlslence of past or preset but possibility should the troops be This view was held by many men of almost FLEET mm the Investigators Sent to Thereof Not Compliment ary to Responsible TVHIJin U IKW U lib i uu VJA children were being trampled under Roosevelt has letejtnlned to withdraw It6elf as satisfied that out of Even those who had seats In the fedoral I jom membershipin the miners doubtless being panicstricken Bh0rily aftertheIf changed conditions since the troops had the declaration of the operators reducing wages nnd refusing to employ union As to the refusal of the operators to employ union the report sets forth a statute of the state prohibiting such The commission ex by the screams and struggles of the stssirjn Tti Crowds flghllug lo reach the stair Wa8 aadc ki joined In the wljm the re Police and ushers rushed to the head jnvegijgatliig ftomi of the which were literally togftthe wl strewn with dead and and by tp tho most desperate efforts managed to Jnn fijeV drag scores of the children to the cor govcrnSll by r Islaturc begins Its union there are not over a few him This Inlen dred men of dangerous iwn at the white the great probably three tort Of the special fourths of tho membership of the ission waa made were conceded lo he men of i a leftef from the dated It says he shall be commendations In lawabldlng The report adds Union Is By permitting their organization to Battleships Makft Brazilian Port an Schedule and Are Warm ly Greeted SUPPLY SHIPS LEFT BEHIND Crossing the Equator Hundreds of Re crulU Make the Acquaintance of Father Who Presents an Address to Admiral In Rio American fleet of sixteen battleships entered the port of Rio Janeiro 3 oclock In tho nfter a passage from Port of Griffith fell o he more than frfmnwhloh the nng unmarred by accident and ending with to move ami G a royal welcome from tbo thousands lhe that had gathered to greet the visit The supply ships Culgoa and Gla cier are still at not having been able to keep along with the The fleet has now covered about Kills Fireman and Wrecks 33 Cara of a Freight Buf falo and StiBquehanna railroad engine on tine rampage wrecked Itself and a freight train of thirty killed one man and seriously hurt A defective it Is caused the Fireman Iterl Griffith hadj both legs cut off and died at Adrian Brakeman Wllllafl suffered cuts nnd The engine was standing near Pij sUtawney preparatory to taidnglts U to the nnd PittiPrB Engineer on tire tender taking a drlnK and his Hert the top of the tank when plunged Detwller saved himself rldors It was with the greatest unless governor can be managed nnd by men the about a third the distance of difficulty that a panic among tho chil dren in the lower part of the IIOURO was When the reserve police arrived they found the narrow stairway prac tically blocked with which were crushed in some cases almost beyond Soon after the accident the approaches to the hnll were crowd ed with sobbing women searching for their missing lilt l IJJQ VUj show that the utatfenenta of the re violent the union as a when to gan t U1C yy fig 11 LIIU not in accordance with the hns thus liild itself open to the re lhe aplonaia mountains that wrecked port are The report Buys of the foregoing we The conditions not support the general the governors in request for 4ior were his spe believe there Is considerable danger cine statements established to any that serious disorders will be such extent as to Justify his use of ed If the troops be withdrawn and the thesestatements the purpose of mine operators insist on carrying out proach of being a vicious organizaj frnme tne it was a spectacle in For home DOWN Friends of Labor Unions Fall to Ob tain Much Desired A vigorous right waged In the house of representa tives over the bill to codify and revise Hm poual laws of the United with particular reference to section affecting Conspiracies against the civil rights of Smith of Missouri and Hughes of New Jersey offered amendments having for their object the exemption of labor unions from the operation of the sec tion whenever such unions declare strikes or A motion to strilte out the whole section was made by Bartlett of The brunt of the debate was borne by Sherloy of a member of the committee on but he was supported by a number of These amendments were all as was one by to strike out section 20 because It conferred on federal courts In punish ing felonies and mlsdeameanors com mitted uiular section 19 the authority given to courts of the state in which tho acts are The only amendment to successfully pass the gauntlet was one by Clark of Mis striking out that portion of sec tion 19 which provides for offenders the additional of ineligl blllty to hold any office of trust or profit under the In anticipation of the debate and the necessity for votes the Republican leaders mustered their full strength and thereby were enabled to vole down all amendments which they deemed un Betting federal It couoliideti withthis tlon But we must also firmly that upon the assembling of the logls or within 1 thereafter their publicly announced But If a handful of men have controlled the Goldfleld minors union and committed the organization to Indefensible poli cies and It Is no reason why the countv of Bnmerelda and tho state VI M the troops regard j of Nevada should tamely submit totlin less of any requestfor their domination of this same group and that may be made by olther the should not assert their authority antt lature or the governor of it power and enforce respect for law and being essential the state of Ne order without support of vada shall understand this situation The roadstead lay like a glittering mirror Word that the fleet had passed Cape about fortyfive miles was received at and Immedl federal shall recognize the that there will atthat dato be thrown I Innocent Man upon and it the primary Bponslblllty of keeping and ments lead to the belief that an Inno recognlxlng this it may cent man has been sent lo the penlten take such action as is the duty of the tiary from Armstrong Last Ue state and as will sufficient In the cember Edwin a married living near was coii Was No vlcted of felonious assault upon Alice In his letter to Governor a young and sent to reviewing the steps so far taken the penitentiary for three in the Goldtteld mining the term o court mil Ugllo proslden t continues was found guilty of assault I have received tho roport of upon a twoyearold child tree eso three gentlemen port and was sentenced lo eight theso and ree gentlemen Neill which sets forth in the Since the men were taken to the penl mphatic language their tentlary LOVES THEfED FLAG Stokes Partial to Crimson Em blem of New Phelps speaking at a meeting of Socialists who had gathered at Clin ton hall to make a demonstration on behalf of the striking declared that she loved the red flag of Social ism better than the flag of her coun She began her address by saying that conditions In America as far as tho laboring classes were concerned were fully as bad as those in I love the Stars and Stokes I love the Ameri can but as much I love it I love the red flag I could not love the Stars and Stripes as much I do did I not love the grand red flag Stokes expressions were greet ed with the wildest enthusiasm and continued There were other speakers who condemned both politi cal after a careful invesUgaVon ou the that there was no warrant whatever for callingupon the presi dent for troops aiidnhat the troops should be kept at report further states that there was no insurrection against the power of the state at the time the troops were called that nobody supposed then there was such an In and that none of tho con ditions described in sections 529789 of the revised statutes and the effort was and is plainly an effort by the state of Nevada to secure the performance by the United States of the ordinary police duties which as a matter of be performed by Nevada The report further says Effort to Shift There is absolutely no question that if the state of Nevada and the county of Esmerelda exercise the powers at their disposal they can maintain satisfactory order in Gold fleld that so far these authorities aavedone nothing but are relying upon federal and their attitude now Is expressly that of refusing to do any thing and desiring to throw their own burdens upon the federal government for the maintenance of those element any conditions of order for which and they are The signers of the roport express WEATHER Westim Ohio and West or tnow and cold er Monday Evening Record want Pennsy Tunnels Cut New After years of continuous work day and night the Pennsylvania railroads tun nels under Manhattan have been com The flnal blast was fired sixty feet Sixth avenue and Thirty second It cleaned the last ob stacle in the Thirtysecond street enabling two gangs of who had been operating from opposite direc to greet each other through the wide The Thirtythird street tube had been blasted entirely through some weeks that Glgllo has confessed both At torney Snyder Is Offer Reward Pine tees of Schwabs Reformed church of the The Rear Ad ral Evanss was in the with the Brazilian cruisers on Passing the necticut flred a which sponded to by the Brazilian d fyte the German cruiser Bi shore The yards were manned and cheers sister given for the flagship grasping the sldo of When Junction it ing freight fireman of fll by but UP train tself fl legs wera six nilles to then in hill to the Junc jiortb of the an approach engineer and jumped and Both engines were i 8teamed into the bar cars were is at State Senator Robert Is a candidate for can congressional nomlna Ffrst district In opposition Human who ately scores of tugs and other small his first term A warm crowded with set to meet the visitors and accompany them to the Outlined against the the great ships stretched out in one long came slowly through the passage Inrfltee from he scrap shears striking imv Rear He yjght Several years of an accident at the jion n silver BSO he lost hs left eye In n similar ac cident Ills home is In 13 An unknown who isbelieved to have been In Officially As soon as tho any e was made liral minister of Con the captain of the sul imandants clvic authorities township during the last few A party of farmers attempt ed to capture him He eluded his pur but In attempting 10 cross the Chagrin liver the man broke through the ice and the weather grows decidedly colder within a few hours Johnstown is certain to BUI AniieiHOlli IIUO C1V1U val divisions and ev bo visited by a damaging flood went on boardfo to Admiral tended a wajf Hundreds of his small boats circled until long after about Not less than rains nnd warm have caused a rise In the which are already bank Masses of snow in tho hilla which drain into local streams add to the gravity of the More than forty Chinese sutlois on board tho the 000 parsons were aboard and more than oth iuiw gathered ou shore to BrltlBh tank steamer ly coming of the Last muUnled becauBOV llluml declared Captain William Gray i J I nlrvtVlltl and a gala occasion made in fer a reward for apprehension Of the the miscreant which scattered snulf the waydown from Port of Spain church one night and converted voyage was an enjoyable The northeast trades held as far as St with a long sea the warships pitching They in double the Con tbe students when he was be necticut and the Minnesota leading services into a sneezing A Kind Sir Staimr was dearly lov music at As an ex most studied under and do his best to get you member his asking viva voce examination tlently for the aus through my LllOj 4 had not furnished proper clothing food on the trip from An agreement granting some of their de mands was signed the DumptCoaT fnfb New he mistook a manhole leading to a sewer for the coal hole of an apartment Louis a was To some progress was arraigned in the West side police pered by strong currents and the court More tban two tons of anthra swell poor coal and minor olte wail dumped into the ar ments of the auxiliary machinery of several of the Until Friday the 10th a uniform speed of ten knots was The speed was then In creased to eleven knots and finally to At no time was ex even while crossing the Crossing the The first land sighted from the time of leaving Port of Spain was off Per tirnc he t lmd the answer nambuco the morning of the ranged notes Inter in the ft dlslance of twenty The could not think exclaimed Uo went this room Ht the ventilator and began two be It opml and by the lore ho down nnd rear Killed for False a nearby Til lage Inn a poor workman exhibited a false mark note as a matter of fun During tho night he was waylaid nnd murdered and tlie false bank note was taken from the their conviction that the troops remain in Nevada until the assem Innu wllo was examined next and to be 8ignted was Cape Frlo Harti tt day n after I told him how j prom abreaat Of Pernambuco there had served How were genUei variable with a he when sea aua n long swell from the s stuck ho extraor drafty this place and spent uite two minutes in shutting tho ven Negro Kills Galling of tha Twentieth com pany of coast was ahot and Hilled at Fort by fere bling of the so as to pr serve the status quo In order that legislature may deal with the lien as it but that shortly after the troops should be I agree with the ft of this of which lA and shall act y t t less It can be shown ments of the report arev ance with the facts avada bent upon the for when It Tha enforcing the Hate of Neva the police dut fa to perform cideut to the exist ence of i Heard association had WOMENS COAT CLEARANCE SALE OF WOMENS The importance of these additional reduc can be told at a Many them are much lew than and all are sufficiently deep to create a lively the are in broken lines and but the models are yicCrcery lid Wood Street at Carrie Nation Gives Up Na tion has announced that she will aban don her crusade against the saloons and will retire to private Nation Is tired of waging the tha less battle She Is brokei health and has spent all her commly call for federal the ou reaching Goldfleld al counsel to present the oper ftjide of the case This oc Hate With There hats with as ev woman Is n hats that go on beautifully ono day for pref erence In the hat shop five minutes before they nre bought and which in the nest refuse to assume the right pose nnd polso for love or There are few conditions more trying than to fall under tho ban of a hats The only thing to be done is to put It away for a week or so and wait till It has recovered from its like a naughty One can not argue with n hat oud smacking is not to be London He A late judge whose personal appear unee as unprepossessing as his le At midnight on the 6th the fleet crossed the and Father Nep Iunn visited the On the flagsbip Neptune surrounded by his addressed a warm wel come to the admiral in Never before had so many recruits crossed the line at one number ins so cent of tho crewf This great number of green hands gave Father Neptune and his follow era an unusual opportunity to them through the initiation with Inimitable Neptunes nag hung at the yard arms during the All the newspaper correspondents on the ves sels paid the footing with the older officers and a number of midshipmen who toolt the There was the usual lathering and shaving by the barbers and the ducking in the which was administered by the Man Early on Friday morning a false alarm of man overboard was sent out illUI JU VJt gal knowledge was profound and b 8 from the which brought the Intelligence keen Interrupted a fernala fleel Q a qulck Bt0p and boats were witness tive At the end of these rings the report says as we were by till the mine operators sternly established a It was an excellent drill and Humbugged my good woman On the night of the vou mean by that said sarne Aay a showing no lights en tored the column and caused a break my replied tho the A serious acclden I dont know how to explain It exacti only by the skillful ban deem it necessary to take any ex Unslvo evidence on the other find the hearing was substantially formal Interview from the miners loading up Five men and one took their own news that Miss Helen Maloney MS begun suit for the annulment of her raanlage to Ar thur ftOsbprpe le causing comment at the Her marriage wltn Os borne U considered BO that an nulment the all oftly be if OP borne not fo be a Man tfi by the special Jf It this cut In wages and refusa to employ members of theWestern Federation of Miners was not an nouucod uatll after the arrival of tnt every Indication confirms belief that such action was in contem plattoa before arrival tf ttw troops part ot general plan mine to their Inde ot the union and that the coming of tfW expected lw tbw 9 plan handsome man she would be humbug ping SHUIVUK RA Doctor Says He Cannot Walk and Winks noted pby Hands Are nvs that deadly bacteria InrK 3pnu notes aud many I physician to James Shu are spread that tormer Buperln i WlnUsMercy on us Give buildings and grounds at lW is under indictment in connection with the capltol in an Inter view Jeltarates his previous state all you Ive been vou is to ment that Shumaker ls and attempt tp attend are yet dWUftW maker le VWy FURNITURE If you want furniture now Is the time to buy when you can find everything In stock tdat is needed to make your home look If you anticipate camping out or spending the summer In your cottage It will pay you to look over our tago Just the thingf fyr You can use them on your porch or lawn III tne daytime and use them for a bed at Our evergrowing trade en ables UB to carry a full line of uptodate Furniture whlcn eel at BUcb reasonable prlcen that we never have anytblof but staples on Christmas goods wer0 to the visit to our Btpre will Iftr iBfy YOU as it DM that we right the right m tow a wuito THE   

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