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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                KSfAfiUSHlSD THE EVENING T8ISTATE NtVVS IN BRIEF Fred Kel age who lived a hermits Ote near was found dead In MB Ward ney age of near while hunting accidentally shot anil Mlled himself itahanoy Slat mm era were three of them prob ably In an explosion ot gas at the Mahanoy City Frank Pan grew was sandbagged and robbed of a rot ot bills and left He was taken to the where be id Cleveland will be well represented at the national bowling tournament In Cincinnati next Fully eighteen teams will at tend from this Betsy Bon age daughter of chief of the tribe of Ottawa Is dead She Is Bald to have been the last of her John Henry Hoas and Jaines Dre kef were held for court In ball each on a charge of train wrecking by Mfeyor Elwood at this The Republican state executive committee of West Virginia as a Governor Dawson and many other politicians hove signed a petition for a pardon tor Caleb i Ellsworth Ed age seized with night sprang through the window of his landed on top of a porch and bounded oft to the sustain ing probably fatal age of was struck by a car while leaning from the rear platform of the car on which he was He died In Mercy hospital of a fractured A verdict of guilty was found In the libel cult of Lewis former candidate for governor of the against Mc Coy proprietors of the Morn Ing Star of A fine of Was George Ko a real estate dropped dead beside the coffin of his favorite daughter who had died a few hours had been In robust A broken heart from grief was the The vil lage council of Wapakoueta is helping to solve the problem of the unem ployed by making Three sewer for whicn bonds were sold last have been let and work will be commenced soon During the last few days the clubhouse and cot tages of the Rldgeview Park associa tion at Westmoreland have been damaged to the ex tent of several thousand of dollars by who made the buildings their The pump house at Fernwood colliery near Yatesvllle was blown up with dyna mite and The state con stabulary believe It was the work of the Black there being a num ber of them in a thickly populated set tlement near In an effortj to save the life of Daniel Declier of Schuylklll who is threatenej with death by blood hi right arm was performed an operation and sustain blood poison MS through a slls scratch on his Charged W using the mails to president of the and Grease was arrnis before United States Commtss Marietta and released on bond t pear He Is acc fraiiding firms and individuals dering goods on an exchange basi The fln lie benefit In the Interest of employed of the city was held National theatre and a large s The was don he Howard Cal llvored a lecture on Amerler1 The proceeds will be purchase groceries IS OUT OF IT Sick of the Fail ing for Discharge d Ms Pistol SICK OP THE Machinist In Navy Comnitu Sulcid by Shooting H a secondclass inacMulst on board the receiving ship Lancaster a League Island navy committee suicide by shooting Im tired and sick of the he remarked Id one of the snit IIP he went ahonrd after having stayed his shore H bunk and shot with n service It Is shld I lull he been previously for ovV staying leave nnd he IP Oliver from Col but he the nsitiio o IJHoenth and Wnl lace chtcan as that of his nearest TRIMMERS NERVOUS Fear Someone WlKnows May Turn States bit of gossip regaulng the state capl tol Jo are due to come up for trial Is that tliu attorneys for defendants James fencer superin tendent ot grouns and wil turn states fhe story that this fearinfpart pompted then to move a cmltumceft his case the ground tlpt Jie wayphyslcally am mentally unfj to stanf The court denied this Jotion ad now It Is saiii the the claim that he is H meiially clear should he give his fellow is that Huston may try to sawlmself at the expense of his formfiHsoclates In the capltol P architect nas spent most ot his tliiplnce his indictment In the preacher ar it is flgij out that the brother nm have trjto convince him that would bpnerally as well a IndivldiJ for him to te what at the expense of th j BULLIEOJ JE ROME Evelyn Nesbit Thaw Again Sub mits to Grilling in Behalf of Her Husband REPEATS STORY OF LAST YEAR In Addition She Recounts an Attempt of Harry Thaw to Commit Suicide During Their Stay at Monte Carlo by Taking 2 CENTS PER RICH INDIAN Now a Good One According to Frontiersmens Reckoning Valentine Friend 2CENT FARE LOST ATTACKS NEWSPAPERS HUMAN JSS CRITIC A Burnsvl Braxton Jaco Bromlqhalfwltted shot am lnstantfllei1 Charles a clerl in a Bromley had ouP a Pair of shoes and when Pulled a revolver nnd sho h the A young maniled a bystander the when trying to who large barn iccoshed on Joe Millers farm miles northeast of entailing with only Eight acres of to farm 7 17 CU hogs and 50 sheep were con The origin is but Idlarlsm Is as the ihlp In which the farm is situated emerged froma bitter local in in which the wets lost New Evelyn Thaw ban told her story for the Kcond The repetition lacked the vVality of the first but the crowd tbe where latest Harry is on trlaj for the killing of Stanford listened Intently to every Jus tice Bowling had ruled that he found no In the law for closing the doori against the public and there was ij great clamor for District Attorney falling in his move to exclude took occasion when It came his turn to crossexamine the witness to bring out all of the details of the first trial Which Littleton of the defense had omitted on direct Jerome also sought to block Thaws tes timony In its on the ground that a conversation which occurred three years before the tragedy could not have any bearing on Thaws men tal condition the night of the homi Justice Dowling overruled the Evelyns Story Broken Thaw was on the stand all day and Jerome announced when ad journment for the day was taken that his crossexamination would occupy a greater part of todays Thaws story was broken into bits by the constantly repeated objec tions from the who sought to exclude all details on the ground of The frequent objec tions led Justice Dowling to request Mr Littleton t6 cut hltfexajninationas short as Littleton tpok this course only to find that on cross examination Jerome insisted upon reading from last years record nearly every word the witness had then ut He did under the privilege of framing BOW Littleton objected to declar ing that the district by read Ingthe former testimony in a disa greeable was trying to dis credit the witness In the eyes of the lury when he could not discredit her in any way by a direct Jerome made no attempt to dis guise a tone of complete contempt In reading the Contempt also characterized most of the questions he mt to the witness when he attacked n the loudest voice he has yet used at the Jerome plunged at once into the more intimate details of the testimony and made no delicate holce of words In framing his Inter Rebuke for Littletons objections on the round Ql impro on page Assails Secretary Cortelyou for Not Obeying Commands of the Senate More Promptly UTTCR MAKES AN EXPLANATION Says Information Required by Varleus Resolutions Is Being Pre pared Rapidly His Feree Is Working before the senate adjourned Senator Aldrich received a letter from Secretary Cor telyou explaining the delay in reply ing to the resolution calling on him for Information concerning the recent Panama canal bond and the let ter was before the Earlier In the day Senator Tillman Indulged in caustic Comment upon what he characterized as the secretarys appar ent disobedience to a senate resolu j In his letter to SenatoTATdrich Cortelyou said I that there should have been any misunderstanding as to the time when my answer to the senate resolution regarding the treasury oper ations would be sent Had I been advised of your request to know when It might be 1 would have re plied that I required a little more time to go over the mass of figures it In It is iny of that all business of this kind shall be dis posed of but this matter is so important that I have feltit de Of the re port should be clearly both for the Information of the senate and in justice to the It is my desire and intention to submit a com State Supreme Four to Declares Law la Unconstitutional MITCHELL WRITES THE OPINION Fell and Brown Mes Potter and Stewart Pennsylvania Railroad Wins Another Victory Over People In State twocent railroad fore law now in force in Pennsylvania has been declared un constitutional by the state supreme which handed down on opinion affirming the decision of the common pleas court of Philadelphia rendered ast The law was enacted by the last the bill pass ng both houees by a practically unan mous The railroads fought the bill and after it became ftpeaker of Nevada House They Are houses of the Nevada legislature held short No legislation came up rela I Uve to the Ooldfleld as the committee having in charge the meas ure providing for a state militia had not In the assembly Speaker Who has been much criticised by news UgAPT left tlie chair and made ah at HtART DEAD taok on the He said that Richest Indian In United States Pattes he was not ln troops for the to but he believed in them to re Big the declared formerly chief of the Osaee pr888 of was Bubsl said to be the richest Indian in V Mneowners the United is dead of paralysis home a memorial at his home near Big Heart in the Tonopah union was It Blg Heart was born in the action of Governor Henry sixtyseven years callln8 or troops and der With forty Osages he that at time has unteered in a company of Kansas in the mining camps airy aad participated In several battles of the Civil Tne special committee having the Big Heart once bought worth o the constabulary bill asked ef valentines while in Washington in fr U a said lithe lobby aonnectlon with ollotments and mailed Is 8Tave doubt whether any aacu them to prominent statesmen to mea8Ure canjmas the members of his He owned much actton the house In imslng valuable land and was a stockholder f resolution demanding explanations In two national from the governor for calling troops gives the general tenor of the aaaem Paper Money Being The question may coma to an New blocks open issue by of clearing house loan amounting to about were retired and the amount outstanding Is LABOR BANK NO GO u bu 1D now in the neighborhood of UBont Unable to Raise Caih te It was stated at the clearing house the that the highest amount of certificates affairs of the outstanding at any time during the Trust and Savings financial crisis was institution organized two rears ago as a strictly union labor Hamilton Bank to be wound up and the New Hamilton corporation The stockhold aw the Pennsylvania railroad insti bankln One Hundred and Elghtyflfth era M decided at their annual uted suit in the common pleas court of restraining the county The railroad contended that the aw was unconstitutional in that 11 B unreasonable and and the court In a decision sustained he companys The county f Philadelphia then took the case to lie state supreme Attorney Jeneral representing the state f participated in the roceedlngs and made the principal rgument before the lower and high r courts against tho railroads conten meeting Jlf SX soattelled The experiment has cost the Of Man about They will and the Bronxwnloh have been receive approximately 60 cents on the Other railroads brought similar ac tions in several counties of the but the Pennsylvanias suit was the only one to reach the supreme Three Justices Chief Justice Mitchell handed down the which was concurred in by Justices Brown and Justices Stewart and Potter filed dissenting The majority written by Chief Justice declares that the real question at issue is whether law three sumed ARRESTS TO FOLLOW Beyertewn Disaster to Bo Thoroughly Ventilated by Of the required business as a state had been Only about was actually paid The chief reason for the lack of success in the as given by a director and tha all baaks was that unionism the victims who lost their lives in not Pressed sufficiently as yet the theatre here last Monday j night the authorities of the sad failed boroueh ami tha w BM falled to support the instltu the next few all probability WITHER West Western nla and aorfalr Tuesday and T MERCHANTS Capital Suplus ProJts 8T Loans Bonds Real Cash and Harry Wutson lENT OECEK Calal Lla Dfslts I lldent Sec and illtles S3 Vice President and Treasurer Wh Hungf go the C about the beginning of next The amount of work involved in the preparation of such voluminous data may not be fully appreciated by but it should be rememberen that the force in all the bureaus here which have to do intimately with financial matters have been for weeks working overtime on the regular busi ness of the and to have this duty put upon them in addition materially Increases their Tillman disavowed any inten tion of saying Cortelyou had not done what he thought was Un he In this coun try we find ourselves subjected to what appeals to some of us as usurpa tion of Tillman turned his attention to other He said he noticed in the newspapers that the departmen of justice had given notice that i would not prosecute tne coalcarrying railroads of Pennsylvania If they d not obey the Hepburn interstate com inerce law In regard to the ownership of products they I thlnl legislative power to alter charter shall be exercised in such manner tha justice only shall be done to the coi The Pennsylvania contended that as applied to their case the law could not be becausi under their charter they were specific ally granted the right to charge a rate of fare in exoess of that provided b the new law and that tho act was un constitutionalbecause the legislature could not pass a law nullifying ar agreement which was entered into with the state when the railroad war If you want furniture now is the time to buy when you can flnd 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 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 were cleaned up to the A visit to our store wHl sat isfy you as it has many others that we hare the right goods at the right this statement is de Senator Galllnger suggested that the law does not become operative unti 1 and lie regarded the statement as so Incredible that he did not be H is time the senate should do a little said on fis own We nave got a doc tor In command of a ship and all sorts of things are going i do not know what is going to happen It may be a declaration of war SURVIVED LYNCHING Hanged by Is Cut Down and The negro Orover who was taken away from Sheriff Butler and his deputies and hanged to a is again in the hands of the law and stands a chance of The mob was so closely followed by the ofticers and lawabiding citizens determined If possible to avert the lynching that they did not have time to get their victim outside the corpo rate They hurriedly strung him up to the first tree thinking they had riddled him with On the arrival of the officers the negro was still alive and was immediately pulled down and placed in county It Is thought be will Lumbermen Demand About unemployed men marched to mayors office to ask for Hinges on One exact question to be deter Judge Mitchells opinion de is not the general coiistitu lloMHlity of the act of 1907 but of the ivghl to enforce it against the appel The same clause In the constitu tion that authorized Its passage pro vides that such legislation shall do no injustice to the corporators of any company whose charter Is thereby al The act Is therefore to be read as If there was Incorporated in it a This act shall not be enforced against any corporation if Us provi sions shall do injustice to the corpo rators The court after receiving much evidence and giving it mosl painstaking and elaborate considera found that the aot does Injustice to the corporators In that It reduces the returns from their property to such an extent as to render It unremunera As this Is a question of the findings of the court cannot be dis turbed unless shown to be clearly er and us this has not been shown we might well abide by the gen eral rule and rest the case on this borough and the coroner of Berks county will begin an investigation of the terrible Two investigations will be one by the borough authorities and the other by Coronor The latter said I believe that there will be at least four will not intimate who Warren ticket taker at Bhoads Opera at the of the has confirmed in part the story that the exit doors were bolted when the audience made its rush to escape the He declared that one of the two which swung both was and added When the people began to rush from the hall I threw open one door and tried to open the one 1 could not do People finally smashed it I believe that what caused the deaths more than anything else was the placing of collapsible wooden chairs in the aisles and behind the reserved Chicago reserves In the northwest and reports of damage In Oklahoma by the green bugs caused firmness today in tha local wheat the May delivery clos ing at a net advance of Corn was up Oats were May options closed of them are lumbermen been driven to the city by the clos ing down of lumber mills Mid logging human nine boys drowning In a dam near The boys across the dam and when they reached the v Tw Whats all this excitement about piddle the ce alji wajer f of the In in ELEPHANT HIS GUEST Baby Reality of Party Emblem Calls on Ohio seventeen monthsold brought here to show In a locaj was received n his private office In the state house by Governor Andrew The overnor welcomed the which bore In its trunk an invitation to attend the performance as a repre sentative of the party The elephant saluted with a foreleg and the governor said It seldom the real thing in the way of pur party emblem comes into the state therefore 1 am doubly glad to see Pittsburg 2 yellow 53 2 yellow 2 high mixed 1 f 1 2 Butter Ohio York full cream Ohio full Wisconsin HOGS DRTrMK bTAiyUARD OIL Has the Same Effect on Them on of the Standard Oil companys pipe line through this county has been stopped Elmer who de for eighty alreadyhas four lines across the Recently one bf the pipes sprung a leak according to WII his hogs drank the oil and it killed When the pipe line workmen reached the farm they were stopped by Wil letts and his The company was notified that as soon as it paid for the dead swine it might Admit Murder for the Alle gheny river at Salamanca the body of Medro an age twen was found wrapped in blan with the throat His cousin and another foreigner arrested and a confession was made that Van dazza had been robbed of and murdered and the body thrown into the river to hide the Both men are held without Gladyss Count Gets New is said that Miss Gladys Vandei hilts wedding present to Count Laszlo whose brid she will be on will be The count is to bare tne use of the Income Rheumatics States Can All BeCured By If rheumatism continues spread as it has in the past few it would seem as though we would be fore long become a nation of crip fair M U6 Almost nine out of ten com fat freshcows and spring common to Sheep and Receipts light market strong on sheep and higher on Prime good fair B culls and veal 8 heavy and Hogs Receipts 78 double deck loads market Prime medium and heavy york light HUMAN CHAIN SAVES NINE Young Skaters Show Presence of Mind In forming a 1fiO Irascible A lady who lived near Thomas Car of the cripples one meets had their affliction brought on by How many thousands more there are that are hopelessly bedridden and whom we never from the very nature of can never cure Itself and if neglect ed is bound to grow worse rather than If you ever have any twlngs of rheumatism go to your druggist ami get a bottle of the won derful new Rheumatic it will cure you and it is the only treat ment In the world that will cure you permanently and UrleO cures by its direct action on the mus blood and It keeps out the poisonous uric and rheumatic add lyle kept Cochin China and their and drives it from the system and it 11 nn t jne is only a treatment such a nature that will ever cure iments ana plasters only serve to drive It from one spot to They never ure because it is primarily a blood ana until the blood Is cleared from the 4 a cure cannot You can test charge and I philosopher sent a complaint to The owner was indignant upon hear ing the said they crow only fonr times a and how can Carlyle be seriously annoyed at that Upon hearing other attitude upofi the subject Carlyle replied The lady fprgets tbe pain I suffer in waiting for those four   

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