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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING B8TABM9HBD IN COAL In buying what Is BO important a factor In as Qual ity shouli be the most Important ea People at good Judgment are not Influenced so much by as by In dealing you get a blnatlon of high quality and low price you get beat tty at as low prices as such fuel can be Hold Our stock is varied and COAL ICE Both ETS EVE Now Arriving Whh Dicks Assistance He HM Turn Down Four Ohio Postoffice Appointments TAKES FLING AT ROOSEVELT Cortelyeus Allotment of Panama Bonds to Low Severely Censured In Senate House Continues Discus sion of the Pens The recent bond Issue tho treasury department was again Ilia subject for discussion In the being brought forward by a offered by Senator Cul berson calling on the secretary for ad ditional Information concerning the reasons that Induced him to award bonds national Instead or to Individuals he offered a higher price thaiv was bid Aldrlch Insisted that the reso lution should not be adopted until after Secretary Cortelyous reply to a question demandedtby the senate WM but promised to aid In securing additional Information If that reply should not cover the several phases of the controversy that had been brought Culbersons resolu tion went over under the Culberson read a letter from Coston of who said ho had bid for of these bonds and added that several millions of dollars worth the bonds had been disposed of below the amount he had His bidwas or of the bonds and for He had asked the secretary for an ex planatlon had received the fol lowing In reply to your letter of the 13th Instant you are Informed that the de did not accept any individual bids where the amount exceeded The letter was signed by acting Culbersoa said he had a letter from an attorney In this city saying Ovjr Vosburgs Barber reported unfavorably by tlie postofflce Senator Dick of Ohio made the report from that committee and on motion of Senator Foraker the senate Immediately took action by sustaining the committee There was no the names acted upon In theusual manner tjy the vice presi dent putting the question and assum ing silence as an Senator broke the silence after the names were rejected by mov ing that the president be Immediately notified of the senates His sally caused considerable In commenting upon the rejection of the nomination the Ohio post Senator Foraker said There will be further prostitution of fed eral patronage In order carry out political bargains withoutIts being There will be other objec tions to nominations wherever It Is found that the appointments were made In pursuance of a political com The amount of the fine and length of the term of Imprisonment to he moled out to officers and directors of corporations the law with respect to money contributions for political purposes furnished mate i IB for a lengthy debate In the house In connection with the consideration of the penal All the amendments to increase the penalty or enlarge tho Hcope of the i were voted These without emanated from the Demo cratic side of the but the one brought forth the most discussion by Cockran of New who wants the fine fixed at Instead of not more than and the Im prisonment ten not more than one Payne otiJsew the Repub lican charged that the Democrats and not ihe Republicans were delaying the passage of the bll In discussing political His political re fitted tho and said that the Democrats were only seeking to 1m oon ho There a sharp debate over the action prohibiting the enticing of offl nnrt workman Iroin government i or armories private em jiloyers find nil attempts to amend the 1iovinoii BO as to make It applicable GIVE UP DEAD 167 Mostly Women and Taken Out of Boy ertown Optra WATEUR ACTOR CAUSED PANIC Upiet Oil Which Tumbled Off Exploded and Set Fire to of Exit Closed and Barred Against Building Seiomes On the jfront steps outside door men pulled frantically to open a way or the but not more than a dozen were rescued In nightfall put When stop to the work ot re of the ln imo of war or public emer Panama The he voted gave him names several people who had bid for the bonds and had j not received The he i showedthat been bid for by individuals aggregating 000 not one bids be no wouW die within a low 102 and according to the Trialhas bonds aggregating the Ubolsult brought J t A t littinl I mil ITrtt 1 f tliEll tlStt Alfif V He Died on Soelfcol of Now ind aitend ed winters funeral WHE CIOAR8 be sure chance all askTra We know the superior merits of the brand will assert them selves and of all who try these sat isfying un and the habitual Cigar smoker will findnotatoB If a will soon be glad to order a box at our 182 were awarded the bids belowothose ot offered to prove if commit tee finance would examine wit could During the executive session of the senate the nominations four Ohio at the in of Senators Foraker postmasters rejected Wapakoneias David Denntson JJV George The nominations were by Louis against McCoy and ad vllle Star and sou Blon of court was to receive Emerys Homert U Castle of Pltlsburg is assisting in passenger trains on the Erie rallnJatbcolUdert in the Cleveland i Iranian John Hill was crushed and buniedv A num ber of women became panicstrlckei and jumped of the coavnes into a deep Hnow all escaping Several passengers were badly shaken up but covering the from the ruins of the Opera House the official roll of victims Whether any more bodies are beneath the ruins cannot be but It Is the of those who had of gruesome work that all ot the dead have been removed and that the total Hat of victims will not go above The ratio of women and girls to men ana boys is about 9 to It was almost daylight before the flames were extinguished and rescuers Were able to enter the Coronet Btrasser had a detal ready to and keep a record of the description of every corpse re Tha bodies i were burned that not half the victims be There are many to the exact of the and there several rumors o butthe borough officials am Coroner Stranger deny that any action had been Fire Escapes The Rhosds Opera House was lo cated on the second floor of a three brick The first floo occupied by a bank and stores third floor was used for l The entertainment hallwas i large room about fifty feet wideband seventyfive feet It had no gal lery was a stairway at the front of the bulldog and a narrow In of es eases were built on both sides and on the front of the So far as can be learned there were about 4S6 persona paoked In most whom were The num ber of children present was compara tively There were about sixty five all on the who a performance ot the Scottish The the au dience waiting for the curtain to go up on the last part when something went with ap that the the building aid at ttoftmck toe was charge of Fischerot he saye a rubber tubing slipped from one of the At any rate there was a loud hissing which caused in the audience to turn heads In curiosity to see what the burning found hla wife and child and them dawn the flre Another fortunately found a relative In the at the front door and after a superhuman flHD lleHC ft tvcio i oovucu this The explosion of the cal effort managed to get her HH it n v clum tank and the flames from tho tont of tie stage made further rescue The entire Interior of the nilldlng was one seething Hremen threw a feeble stream of water Into the but It had no effect on The cries of the many with their clothing al and the moans of the dying were Fathers and by the thought that Joved ones were In the fiery were compelled to Nothing could be done to get their people out and were forced to stand by and watch the awful sacrifice of When the names had entirely en veloped the building and threatened property the flre department of miles The firemen from Potts town found the situation very bad and PI AN S M IT H Strich Zeidler Hallet Davis Everett The Worlds Best Makes Greenes Store 141 Main K Time Table leavsejCUwwvlHfct or follows for ey Bradys East New East Butler and for ler and to New 137 from W Orove City lfc7 2Q Butler to We knew our first announcement would surprise the every all the same stereotyped did yomhear THE GOLDSMITH CLOTHING STORE closing out at their present beginning Notwithstanding the many tumors yinf just now we wish to deny moat emphatically and andy every triend and of have Not Rented Store Rooms and that this is strictlyr a peifectly legitmatei compelled tp vacate ouy present and we advise you all to wait for the opening day it Acter Starts the Therewas absolutely no panic up to went to work with a vim to stay the progress of the This was ac after the building was en tirely and several adjoining structures were badly Firemen Visit flames were being checked a unfortunate scene Some of the Boyertown firemen and others who were assisting them made frequent trips to nearby with result that toward morning some of the men became There were frequent fights among themselves with the Pottstown At one time it looked as though the en flre companies would become Involved In a free and it was only theigood work of the state police who had been summoned from their barracksat Reading to assist the town In Its that a more serious affway did not condition became so serious that Burgess Kohler at 5 oclock In the morning issued an order to all saloon keepers within the borough to close their The order was prompt compiled with and they will remalt closed until further When the flames were extlngulshec and the rescuers entered Ihe building a met their Bodie were piled In one solid mass six fee high on the second So solidly were they wedged pickaxes ain crowbars had to used gently to se arate the As each victim wa taken from the pile a number tag was attached and the body placed on The body was then covered with a hundreds of which were furnished by stores and and lowered to the street by means of lad They were placed In wagons and taken to the four Tho only persons who have been officially identified are and Anderson of Early near found togetherand were In stantly There were other but not reported to the So far as known all the vic tims resided in thin borough or in neighboring Among the dead are several prominent who may never be They were known to have attended the entertain ment and are still Ella the leading who represent other man picked up a young woman whom he thought was his When he saw his mistake he dropped her and went back found the right His mistake saved the other HAVE TOO LOwTA LEAP German Statesman Declares American Trusts Have the Upper he of an the relchstag In refer to the high rate ol discount charged by the Imperial Count von suggested hat President Roosevelt sible tor the critical financial sltua the dl cause according to the to be found In tho presi dents threats against the Count Von Kanllzc said lhat the op ponents of the trusts must recognize Lhat Interference with Ine financial ac tivity of the United which Is based on the operations of the means Interference with the entire economic situation In Amer icas error has been that she allowed the trusts to go so long without in said the Republicans Meet In slate convention will be held at the THIS ARMY WANTS WORK Peaceful of Marches Upen Louis City of MO thinly clad marched through snow iClty seeking Mayor Wells In orderto make application assistance to procuring James Bads philanthropist and scion of a prominent styles tlmself led and the Welfare of Is the founder and the nucleus TwtUleg to Thaw Trial M to Insanity in the Family 8 INTERRUPTED BY JEROME Who to Block His en Oround That Knowledge Wat Qilned In Out the District J TrUSTATI wer John was In for Haxry Thaw have build up the Insanity which they have Inti his behaK as a of Stanford The witnesses of the day Charles Koehler of who acted as the Woosjter Ohio and Amy who attended nurse Monte both told of the trlcltles and Irratlo one tendant physic tlonsfor the jn traJned They 8 eccen manner Thaws fam maternal si triot Attori ly invo physicli of the b f familyphysl as were theat three Instltu of th paternaland Dls by unexpected sacred privilege ot much of of Its sylranla RallrtfM traok Merdl liilmsjs t Ins rSraasas who Thaw was not aV worked day the Ot since Noah inem VMV the who repress this and nothing probably would have been curious to learn what ine Who they were probably will never be the hissing sound and the slight com moUpn Intheaudience the performers raised the curtain from Infrontofthe curtain and serving as footlights was a tin eight feet three inches wide inches It con tained oil and about ten In curtain the performer turned over and It fell a few inches of in The Key pastor of Johns the benefit of whose school the was being tried topick up the tank with assist1 ance of but be f ore could do so the oil caught Then came the inevitablecry of nre andwhat followed has been impossi ble to Eyewitnesses say that the audience rose en mass and the was to reach front it got The cepter r hall folding T screwed to while f the of the hall were I Entrance Jam In the scramble to peraons fell over the never able to regain who did reach found It jammed fighting apdshrl dpub tlcUets Not more taken to coujd door 4 the logged with the struggling chairs ln H s that ouV ss able to someone discovered that nre escapes on each aide the anddozens it by those avenues of escapeand gave the The flre bell was rung and the wholetown was aroused and went rescue All tjiji dl tank creeping toward the owner of the and Is believed to be Half dozen others hi the cast also lost thoir Many Heroic Rescu The number of injured Many of those who wei their Injuries dressed and to their h suffering principal Among the most former Slate 500 i In a Soclallj er of acting as A meal of bread and black served just before man received two slices c a tin cup ot At umns ollno stopped ke othe oldsr Mrs LliO they went to the J r est J Tto do The leaders shout men on the sldewalh of theunemployed were swelled to men were order force had hungryhord a armywait alve city had J OU ial4 the Myorv at thing Is the wprk the city and give part to This met with approval and after departura Wells instructed Street Dom misBloner Travllla to nance calling for an of forstreet to be introduced In CUBANS TO GET ISLAND BACK who was hurt Many storie told ly from injured is tentative H eioic rescue were One man enleud bolted President That Withdraw Before ting to the repprt Pro visional Governor Magoon condi tions In sajfl 1 4 the o the his civil ot In all Ha In cotmectjoa Cuban I to say that we can nounce that one year by or before we turned over the Island to president and of Our word to tunv over to Its own people wili be and through their own pres ident and congress wll adminis ter goyernment of the a foln the ranks was asked gom tne condltlon nnd where1 Jphn a maternal cous in but At Jerome on the ground idojptor obtained his Informa acting in a professional ca wpuldrequjre tne over the declared the mouth of the prosecuting to an crossexamination Attorney Je out tho fact that Henry while Incapacitated for mental never confined William Butler of Roa former assistant physician theAVostern lunatic Staun where Horace a cousin of Harry Thaw was was the next When Bujtler was asked as to j Thaws condition up to the nls again and was The dis trict attorney also successfully object to the Introduction in evidence of the commitment papers prepared when Horace Thaw was admitted to the asy lum on the ground that they Littleton took an excep tion tothis Another Thaw Foster of formerly of the Eastern state hospital for tHs Insane at where William S another the defendant was was nsked to identify the records of tie asylum as to the admittance of iWiUlam Thaw and did When the record offered In evidence objected on the ground was Incompetent testimony and there are t age elghi In the belting of a neaHy ploye threw the was about to b will her Jaa nights lodging at at says he Is WilliamI hurled a horseeh plate glass to found the Some o toe who gained the ia the t art wan This horw PURNITURE If you want furniture now Is the time buy when can find stock that is needed to make your home look If you anticipate camplug out or your It will you our of tage bedsnjuat the thing for You can use on your porch or lawn In the and use them for a at Our evergrowing trade en us to carry a full of uptodate whlph ws sell such that we never anytfelnj but Btaples on Our 1 goods cleaned tq visit to stare wttlaafc it have the right at THEQIBSON coornwr THE In a letter to Secretary anprqv ing report of Governor Magopp the njeslflmt be glad if over to the Cuban Forming a New atives of the baseball clubs of Colum Marlon and other baseball most ofthembe longing to the OhioPennsylvania league bflast methere cide upon another tha eastern having withdrawn from the Springfield Hamilton and Indt and oth er clubs have applied for admission It is stilted that Robert Qulnn of Co lumbuB will be elected president of the Up to q whethev the shall as the second official Massachusettswill decided supreme court was Littleton heie mar and succeeded in clroumveaUai former objections of the district as to the case of John Dee mar said he ceased to be Rosss physician after the latter had been to the Hope institution for of mental and de clared Jt the symplpras being Young o has been chosen by veil to succeed Judge j ing as Judge trtct court f his place on the chairmanship of tto1 state Ing down of tbe running twentieth century limit York Central and fiom the schedule for the ranged beginning The running time train will be hours and that of lage of to the Bellefontej U Wanlv IngtOH and killed In a duel withJli on Beckham   

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