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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING R JlgTABUBHBD 2 CENTS PER CharlesEmory Smith Succumbs to Heart Disease While Smith ts at Church LONG UFE Important Diplomatic Post and Was Postmaster General Under Pres ident McKlnley Known Editor of the Philadelphia Charles Emory editor of the former minister to Russia and post Master died suddenly at his home lit this age Death was caused heart Smith went to church and on LIKE No Postponement of Graft Case Attempt to Demand sepa rate Trials Expected tier return Smith was found ijlng across the He was partly clothed and had apparently been stricken while on his way to the bath room and thrown himself on Smith was born In Mansfield on He received his early education at Albany academy and subsequently was gradu ated from Union During the period troops were being organ ized at Albany In 1861 Smith was appointed military by Gen eral John Later he was made Judge advocate with the rank of Subsequently he was attached to the office of adjutant general of the state of New York un til Horatio Seymour became He resigned and for a time a teacher In the Albany a which he left to accept an edi torial position on the Albany In 1870 Smith went to the Albany of which publication he later became editor in In 1880 he was given the post of editor of the Press As the result of his services renderec to various administrations through his editorial and political labors he was appointed minister to Russia In CONTINUANT litr USED Judge Kunkel Declines to Postpone Capitol Graft The Dau phin county court has refused to ac cept lllness of James 8hn maker of former superin tendent of grounds and as sufficient groundfbr a continuance cf the state oapltdl graft Judge at the close of the hearings on the application of Shu makers counsel for a so far as the former Is announced from fho bench that he did not regard the evidence or Shumakers illness sufficient to justify a continuance and the motion was This decision has blocked the plan of the defense In the graft suits prevent the cases from going to trial en for If cane against Shu maker had been the attor neys for the other alleged grafters would have asked for H continuance on the ground that ShumaUer Is an im portant wltnens for the defense ant that It would be Impossible to go on without It Is expected the move of the defense for delay will be n mo when the cases arc called on thp that each of the defemltintH b tried which would pro long the trials for Attorney General i odd and his as sociates are prepared to resist us vig orously such a motion UK thny did the attempt to continue tho cases tisaiDst ENGINE FALLS 90 Three of Train Crew Killed in Awful Plunge From Corydon the spring of 1898 he was given portfolio of postmaster general In the cabinet of President a post which he held the period Three trainmen were klllnd ntid iwo of the SpanishAmerican war and through part of President Roosevelts SKATE HEATW Three Sisters and a Boy Drown When Ice children were drowned while skating on the reservoir at the Wharton Coal and Coke ovens at near are Sadie twelve j perhaps fatally Injured wheti a loco motive of the Southern ruilwoy plunged from a nlnelyfoot turning a somersault in jair and dragging with It two freight cars and a The Clarenco engi fireman Frank The Injured Jatnes conductor Clyde Heat WayeJn Three Imprisoned Feet Saved After FortySix Days Aflrr having been entombed fortysix days feet below the surface In the Alpha shaft of the Breen and Fred McDonald have been Whistles all over the camp while crowds choered In the streets ofEly to the ringing Ot was the only word of the first to reach the outer air He tottered forward Into the arms of who In a few minutes re stored Is that Arthur queried Fred us his brother stepped for ward and embraced him after nearly seven weeks of By It certainly seems good to be out of that he said as he was led Somebody Rive me a chew of to said with a as he was led from the mine shaft to the change room of where the three men wore made Many citizens went to the mouth of the shaft to greet the Hour passed while the crowd waited am the entombed men and their rescuers dug vigorously to remove the eartn that blocked the mouth of the foot Finally the crowd heard the bel HolHl away nnd a loud chee burst The baBket soon rose to the bearing one of the res Cuers supporlng Bailej was not as one of her chil dren was Another shout ot joy greeted Fred and when the last Peter cnme the crowd be came almost realizing that the long entombment was On the morning of 4 McDon Brown and Bailey ami two Creeks were working In lottom of a shaft S5 below tho pump stntlon and below the IRiblAit NfcWS IHBHItF fir Ing up the kitchen stove Jarvia Spencer opened the oreh door and found the family eat roasted to a Auditor rjeneral who has been critic ally 111 since his return from Harris burg several weeks Is now con Camp bell BTStyseYBn years professor of English literature In Ohio stale died suddenly at his home Jury acquitted White of man Ho shot John Wilson 28 at Johnson Light Risers In MelgBVllle Allle who wSusent to the peni tentiary for years for ias secured a cottimutatlon of sen He will be released in driver of the night express was arrested charged with robbing the It Is claimed he opened let ter of a traveling man to his securing checks amounting to v THE PEOPLE Every Day Will now be Friday the Thirteenth For the Common Herd LAWSON QUITS FIGHT eight yearnRoy a was badly injured while working in a grave In the Cath olic cemetery at He had set a charge dynamite to split a but the explosive let go pre Jail at t aches were preparing to send him Edward Doyle of age fourteen to hang hlmsell with his The lad was picked up on the street two weeks the disinterring ofthe body ot Sarah Gelst at the otd Mennonite gravoyarc at Mason and Dlxon the body was found to be petrified and so heavy that It was lifted from the grave with much The children were with five com panions on the dam wben they cut their way through the snow to a part jf the reservoir near one of the feed Mki At that point the Ice was but one inch Suddenly about fifteen square feet of icebroke and the little ones sank the freezing Their bodleswere There is Of unusual heat wave through The obliged to sleep out of doors nnd there have many cases of Thirtytwo have been recorded from this cause luring the last few theatres and Says He Has Spent Fortune to AM Ungrateful New Thomas Lawson of lit a letter AdnvlntV BANK HOLDS EIPE the Diamond Claims It Would Secure Release From Jail LATEST EUROPE Victim to ed of But More for Secret teeked Ih ef Bank of ramifications ot rttOS MEJCE FLEET Brazilian Police Expose Plot to Destroy Part of Evanss Fighting Line Tawson announced he expected to ftp be Mlalng compart lal be made president of Amalgamated tor swindling hlrt put of 4 DlnTTFRQ TAKF TO THE HILLS nd would let the public do Ha own la attracting muoh rUmCNd IAIVC IU int niLUO rerortnlng Following are a In number of quotations throughout caito U Authorities at Rio Janeiro Inform taik ot What 1 owe pebparticular a D That do I owe to the recent of Movement That WhathavethasaffronHumbert myatery la Been Hatching for Months to blooded apes done that I should halt affair to toe decisions to match their llghtalng change chameleonhiied solution upon secret Forgive but the Janeiro Brazilian particularly the American LemOlne8 formula for the mawfae Cripple Our Pacific feollce have discovered an anarchistic ture of In securely to ce mot here having as Its object he Whan In all history people the Bsglafid 1 mo atructlon of part of the American fleet done but rail shivering now Ivlmr in the The consplr acy while centering in Rio Janeiro demanl the by while their enemies crushed those It vto who battled for their benefit I spent to a fjisVot has ramifications In an enormous so that today in remnant makes the cavity appear of Sappaulo and Minas An in dividual named Jean who re an Bided In the Chief con although It Is understood to that foreign Anarchists are Involved In Cook Cornell law the Fedher is believed to be has been chosen by the debate council to represent Cornell In the trl nl8 ertitlng firm but wba to began been to that place tor we against Columr pose of apprehending One or ine Wa Jn Ithaca nwtt month on the sub who was well acquainted Ject of with having served on the po lice force at after bavins I made Investigations had a long conference with the chief of police at In his Burglars Leave a Rio The latter gave it to be twp left on table understood later Uiat the Sao Paulo the residence ot Harry police are on the track of the arch which they looted ot clothe conspirator and expect to arrest him table hi official which the chief of police sent to the correspondent of the Associated nays Brazilian Some time before the arrival TO PUT RUEF THROUGH Promised Immunityby Break las1 spike was driven at the public square In the connecting link between the Marlon and Bucyrus elec trie line and the Cleveland and South The roads form a Gin clnnatiClevelund Washington bod ot Mamie who is allege to have been murdered by her hus will brought to Washington for The two were married In Wash ing on eight years Titusvllle Nellie nroo fntnltV wuucu w UKtIlIlBl M age was j the ships of the American The thftt every charge burned at her home hero when alcohol I addreBSe8 of the consplra p were Indicated by Information hj ft and ot Rue languishes In oBer released to repeat rhenU aad the lefttftnaey at White Fernher Is that was duped bjr cwtBr there Is division thf aclentWo la UsVs polat out that the a t a genuine diamond In an ftir the American at Rio Janeiro the ajr Brazilian government received from Ing His I San Attorney Langdon has announced that ot immunity for Abraham ftn end and that todarae Washington and Paris advices that wllla8k SUperlor Judge Uwlor to Anarchists of different nationalities In trial ong the charges of bribery tended to damage one or oeverarof st Ruefi now It was also which she for medicine boiled over and took Byery shred Rubber pads Advance Argus I I TF i GOLDSMITH The Closing Out Sale of the Goldsmith Clothing Store began Saturday and will last only a short time worth of finest clothing and furnishings will be You all know this store has been in business but S therefore you will not see any oldhopworn everything in the store is fresh Never before in your life has like a opportunity presented perhaps never again while you live will you have a chance to buy fine seasonable clothing at such ridiculously low Each and every day of this sale hundreds of hundred of people must be waited on and thousands of dollars worth will be carried away for we must and will sell every dollars worth of goods in the At first thought aw face that all five men had but twentyfour bourn after the acci dent the three burled mon raaiiaced to make themselves by tapping on H nixinch water pipe that from tho pumping station to the sur Communication wus established with the world above and food drink were lowered through the A portable telephone was lowered and the men were uble to talk with people This telephone carried from friends news of the world and mes sages ot cheer and from the burled men reports of their Clearing the debris was slow us rocks and earth were so twisted together that T new shaft had to be cut for most of tne At no time did the entombed men suffer greatly except for the distaste fulness of ihelr forced For quick prompt delivery of Filer lump and nut coal see Miller ft I Fresh fish and oysters dally at old stand of Jerry August r ll7t r She leaves her husband and three cull previously from Prosecuting attorney II The police of this district are working formai contract between Ruef and the with the police bt Sao Paulo and made last j lyjlnas Geraes and I am every t wns that the prosecution Burns sustained by Catherine Leldlgh precflution will be exercised and the while smoking caused her She mogj vigilance observed both was ninety years of age and her pipe on and at Bea to prevent any in furnished her only She did ury being TURMITURE If you want furniture now Is the time to buy when you can find everything in stock that 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 selection of cot tage the thing for You can use them on your porch or lawn In the daytime and use them for a bed at night Our evergrowing trade en ables us to carry a full line of uptodate Furniture which we sell at such reasonable prices that we never have anything but staples on Our Christmas goods wore cleaned up to the A visit to our store will aa sty YOU as it baa many that we bare the right at the right not notice a spark thil fell Into her lap and her clothing was burned from her Jamleson Martin threestory biial ness occupied by Jamieson Barnetts wholesale Lees Coca Cola Starchers produce Quinn board ing house and offices were gutted by offi cers here had a peculiar case to deal with this Thirteenyearold Jen nie an Italian was re ported for not attending and the truant officers learned that she was remaining away in order 19 pre pare for her the eldest only sixteen years con fessed that they had tfel numerous burglaries that have aarmed the residents of this city They werecaptured after they had lirokei Into a tobacco store and n sporting goods shop and carried off all the plun der they could Bar the Cleveland girl who mur dered her lover when he tried to forei his way Into her WM from the Ohio penitentiary to Moral Carmel wtlj re i main until the birth of fter 6U j will then be taken back to priaoa to serve out a life Orr ka been awarded a verdict of against the Pennsylvania Railroad cota pany for false Orr ed while crossing the of tb company at Franklin street ial there was no sign notifying him tha It was a private right of way and fur ther asserted that the used by people In the The chief of after having made this official said that did not feel he should go Into any urther details with regard to the con but he authorized the state ment that the plot was organized by and he added that the people of the United States could rest as all of the conspirators had taken refuge In the Police Ignorant of As yet the police are Ignorant of the details of the plot to do Injury to the although there has been some slight Inkling of the The mpresslon which the exposure of this plot will create here will be a pro found because it is the first Anarchistic conspiracy has ever Deen known In The police of Sao Paulo have sent word that they are on the track of the they wil not be able to come to Rio Adml rai John chief of the bu reau of navigation oC the navy de was greatly surprised t learn through the Associated Press dispatch of the discovery of an Anar chtstlq plot In Rio the oBjec of which IB destruction of a part of Rear Admiral Evanss battleship was the first intimation the admiral had had of such a Admiral Plllsbury I cannot believe It seems pre said Admiral It he about on a par with the rumor having its origin In Paris of an attempt to destroy the battleships Con necticut and He said that It would be a strange thing If the Anar chists should go so far as Brazil bent on the destruction of the Pacificbound fleet when they probably could carry out their plot with much greater ease In this Thousands of visitors annually visit the American battle ships at Hampton New York uace would be 99 of the electric arpv transform the diamond Into wtnner of who died i microscopic from ilroeuand carbon In an electric temperature ot bat twyr were of Inslgntflcant and tMe majority ot ridiculous to suppose r W that would igrabfRiief munlty in consideration of his going on thewitness stand and testifying to tho whole truth each and erepy defendant brought to trial In the graft The prosecution asserts that Riief did not live up his agreement when Tirey counsel of the United was tried for and ac quitted of When the court of appeals rendered the decision on the same Indictment to which Ruef had pleaded guilty the prosecution thought lie saw his way clear to dofy the pros 24 IN ONE GRAVE Thus Are Burled Unidentified of Boyertown bodies of twentyfour unidentified dead who lost their lives in the Rhoads Opera House fire last Monday were burled in Fairvlew cemetery In this Up ward of persons attended are not ttfi chemical If the opera performed under sufficient pr and the proper solvent of i it Is Molt uses chemicals and the solvent of They molns crystals are silicate of f Lord who witnessed publicly avows lute faith In Lemolnea liOUc raond although are greatly Interested In the American Invested f Since Lemolne was It developed that be has not bla operations to He half interest In his secret Edgar Cohen In 1901 and through an aaao elate secured from an American uamed The who at baa complained to the police that mysterious attempts have made against himself and hta wife since his conneotlca with the affair was A strange feature of the Is although he charges was offered Lemolne services that marked the interment of additional last week for his formula the flre who were buried Un I Several alleged formulas have beea tit the principal at the Allied are carbon and but 1 one long circular No eulogy was delivered the ceremonies being of the mpine pronounces them Four ministers representing The latest development la Mwrtl and other and It would not be a very difficult matter for any one hay Dayton of the federal court baa tended the Injunction John Mitchell and nine other officials of j the blowing up of a the United Mine Workers rwtralaing to carry out No them from organizing the of advlces were recelved at the navy the Richland Goal and Coko oosapwr Into u union until March A similar extension was granted In as many denominations read the plain mony ot a Paris Jeweler that Lemolne burial service of ttelr respective wanted him to put up and Each body was encased In a plain The bodies lie separat ed in the ditch by brick In time a marked with the names of those reported missing since tho flre and who are supposed to have been burned to will be erected in the center of the circular mound which marks the one big In connection with HIP U develops that one more person has been reported lost to Coroner Stras Beera short when he should pub lish Wernhers contract and cover an enormous I Dust Shower at New The phenomena In the Gulf of Mexico of 4 dust shower at sea reported by the steamer from Progreso fereys officers declare that on the night before arriving serthan has been Indirated by Out a peculiar bodies so U apparnnt some persons may hove been entirely consumed In the flumes that swept the Illfated opera house volcanic there being no grit the The dust after falling on the In which the Clendale Coal company U the the Mount me slide ward t u of dance at uttered pltche he lost headlonc to partment from Rear Admiral Had Rear Admiral Plllsbury expressed the opinion that he would have noti fied this government if he had been Informed of the existence of a plot at Admiral Plllsbury did not know anything relative to the ru inotAat Admiral Evans was desirous of Iwlng Rio earlier than the ached pled time because of rumors of destroy The battleship fleet due to leave Klo tomorrow to Aid oyer the Ix MILLINMBY DBPAKTMBK1 AND SALE OF IMFOBTM VBBMOP bottom Qolfin1 crushed goti An called Colgin dltd rffjitf IB ff   

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