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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                tdTABLISHGf 2 CENTS PBR Marry Thaws Wife Quits Witness Stand With Audible Sigh of Relief StORY SUPPORTED BY LETTER Rambling Communication Prom Thaw Lawyer Girls Story In Important Style Agrees With Inianlty aejr Jeromes long fetid severe cross of Evelyn Nesbit Thaw at the trial of her husband has to an The attorneys for defense succeeded In placing in evidence a letter written by the de fendant the fall of 1903 which com pletely corroborated the claim that the girl who was to become his wife did tell him the story of her relations with Stanford much as she has re lated It upon the stand at this and the former trial This letter was one ef a doien which were read to the jury as tending to corroborate young testi mony and as further teadinf to show the effect her story had upon the de fendants Most of these letters were read to Jury in the former trial and were considered as one of the strongest bits of evidence in the hands of the Mr Jeromeob jected to their introduction Into the but was overruled by Justice Dowling after Thaw himself had made a waiver of the confidential relation of client when Frederick his former ap peared on the stand to Identify the Corroborate Some of the writings were addressed to Longfellow and others had been sent to him to he delivered to Mlso Nesbit They all contained many ref erences to the girls history and to her and in the letters intended TO TEST LAW Bronson Primary Law to be Tak Court TAFT MEN BACKfiffE ALL OFF MITCHELL limns THISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF South glars made a rich haul here by loot tig the safe ot the South Bethlehem Supply company of upward of postmaster of Wllllamsport and publisher ot the Oazette and Bul is age sixtyseven destroyed pattern shop and armature wind ing plant of the Cleveland Steel Cast ing The loss Is estimated at Jean ette McGregor of Grove City was fjworn in by Probate Judge Samuel Black as a volunteer probation officer of the juvenile court white men and negroes were Injured an ammonia tank In the base ment of the Hotel Rappe here blew The structure was damaged 000 ofthe state railroad commission have boen requested by Secretary of the CommonwealthMcAfee to meet at the executive department at 4 3 to take the oath of office and for Young Ion bigamy Wife 1 formerly wus Miss Dolle Case and lives For Hardin Wife 2 for merly was Miss Piarl She claimed Young drugged then married The court de ferml employedby the Adams Ex for the young woman Thaw constantly pre88 at Itept his bespoke his love and respectfor I whereabouts concealed twentynine Many of the sentences rambled on inj and there were many and The first letter Littleton read was a repetition largely In the de fendants own words of the story the Nesbit girl says she told him In Paris in In Thaw refers to two drugged champagne incl at photographic in Twentysecond street and the other in the Twentyfourth whereas Thaw testified while luncheon were served during herposing at the pho tographic nothing out of the or dlnary Thaws letter cor roborated Thaw in that be de clared it was in the Twentyfourth street house that she and Stanford White first were Jerome was much quieter In his handling of young Thaw on the The crossexamination resolved itself for a time into a verbal battle between prosecutor and and there were several lively tilts which ended only when Justice Dowling took a I Will to Be I The defense Is nearlng Its To day Thaws will and tbe made at the time of his marriage to Evelyn both of which were introduced lastyear as a further evidence of ir rationality on the part of the defend will bo proved and introduced as Then will follow the testi mony of Miss Belle Moorehouse Law rence of who was Thaws teacher when he was six years old and could not talk it is Miss Lawrence kept a in which there are many entries concerning young and an effort will made to get this In William Thaw Is expected during the day to complete her The Insanity experts sliouM be reached not later than tomorrow afternoon and the defense hopes to close its case by Friday A week later Thaws fate should be in the hands of the young who said nhs was Margaret Clearwater of was taken ill on a train en route to this place and died in a hospital here of She was twenty five years marry the brother of her two former both Lueoe age thirty of has procured a license The Intended husband is William age of who is to meet Green Today n letter was received from him by his Jesse Spur A son lives in this city and a daughter at His relatives had believed him Mary about thirtyfive year was arrested charged with the mur of Mary whoso body was found In the ruins of the house at Jobnsonburg occupied by j the two which destroyed by fire and the building tired cover the Within twenty minutes after he hail read the burial service for Comrade Andrew Ballr in Greendala cemetery Edward age cotomander of Sergeant Pieffor was himself a He died in a carriage while on the way Commander Skeel was deputy register and recorder of Craw ford An drews of the Republican state commit tee hits issued tbe formal call for the next state convention at Harrisburg DM April 20 to nominate candidates for the superior court thirtyfour two at for presidential electors and to elect four delegates and four alternates al large to the Re publican natloiml presi dent of the city was twice indicted by the grand jury uiidor a dozen counts charged with having participated lu profits derived from selling products of his own com pany to the ODpll IB a director of a brick It is furnished the bulk of paving materials during ODeHs term In tbe supreme court has affirmed the judgment of the franklin county circuit court in the case of the Columbus Macadam com puny Ellas which means that the Company must pay to Kissinger damages for estab lislitng a combination or trust in the Iwestone which shut Kis tiger out and Injured his plan to nxe the Miami and Erie canal bank for an electric road is affected favor ably by the decision of the supreme court In the of Murphy contractor for the state board of pub lic works Shepherd and re for he electric The lower courts enjoined from In terfering with their and the aiiprema court bus affirmed that de Take Initiative In Testing Validity ef Bronibn acting at the instance of the Taft leaders have secured permission from the Ohio supreme court to Hie direct In the court a Case brought by them in the local common pleas court test ing the validity of the Bronson prim ary election The object is to have the of this law In the hands of the Taft men so that dllatory pro ceedings may not tie up pending prim The case brought In the cdmmon pleas court wasat onco decided by Judge affirming the This move permits skipping the cir cuit court and will secure a final de cision from the supreme court In time to proceedwith the proposed state as the Taft men the supreme court Judge At 9 today the supreme court will hear arguments on a motion to advance the and prosecu tor of Allen who hasbegun a similar case presumably at Sen ator Forakers Is ordered to appear In court nt The Allen prosecutor is required to give his HUGHESlp CALL Intimates in Letter Thnt Nomina tion for President Would Be Acceptable to Him Hughes last night publicly declared his attitude toward the movement In fa his nomination for the presi dency in a letter to James Leh maler of New acknowledging no uf the resolution of indorse ment recently passed by the Republi can club and appointing the evening of of next Resents Insinuation m Floor of Hotifte That of Corporate JUDGE DAYTON IS His Action In Enjoining MinersUnion From Doing Missionary Work In Certain West Virginia Coal Fields May Be Investigated by senate discussed the propriety of authorizing Democratic National Experince Meeting Called for ToMor row January 23 INDEFINITELY POSTPONED larigifag dent go retorted snarplr he does Repretents No I represent no corporation of any Indignantly replied amid Republican nor have I for twenty I am glad to hear Ran ended War Council 6f Old Line Democrats Suddenly Called New The proposed conference of old line Domocrats from all over the United which was to have been held In this city to Borrow to discuss issues that might Miners Retiring President Over come When Worfclngmefl Prove Their Affection RELUCTANT TO ACCEPT Gift But Convents That Substantial Pmtif Shall Be Sent to Mltcheil to Be Used In Educating Their His Farewell fee urged at the Democratic national convention has been indefinitely post Suggestions were forthcoming at the tluie the call for the conference M of the northern district of West Vlr He said he had not lost confl Sherman era Senator Culberson asked to have dMce ln tUe character of the men sent conference IK good by Sherman era a resolution for that purpose and Senator Hale thought It should not harrass1 judges In their and he did not favor such a resolution there was considerable ground gentleman who happens to have a for beileving that a judge had here get up with an amendment like to He said they were picked of intellectual ability and integ rityi with a dn of I dont like to see a s hv the certain gen Uemen succosn of the Democratic t parly that as to the ed his this that caBts a Blur upon uegth8l In the house an amendment was that hold places In this honorable added to the penal bill making It seeking to prevent them ever a criminal offense for any officer or engaging even in the average and or employe of the government to give out dlnary avocatlm In advance information regarding any Payne said It was painfully evl crop statistics authorized by law to be font that there were some first term ers from Missouri who were fearful Interest attached to a tilt between that Missouri would be landed perma Dftlxell of Pennsylvania and nently on the Republican side and Randell of Texas pver the latters want to be returned and who feel that amendments prohibiting senators or unless they could get something dema from being employed by pub goglc in the bill they would not be re Jlc service Believing that he these at being to secure unity of ac tion and strength for the Ac invitations Were sent out for such a conference to be held In this city on tto 23d In view or the fact that It was not the purpose of those Interested in the conference to promote or retard the prospects of any of the candidates mentioned for the nomination for the order to avoid to JIC service LWJO w Randell hadr insinuated that he cks aU akng the line are not on the postpone the conference until a later represented such corporations at this merits of the bill but simply to out Dalieil varew Indignant and Herod declared that had not been em ployed In such capacity for twenty The climax of the debate came Clark of Missouri amid thunderous Democratic Uiat William Bryan Want Tariff Taken The Pennsylvania Editorial association at annual nesting here adopted reso the McHenry off wood GO TO TRIAL MONDAY Sides In Capitol Graft Cases Prepare for attor Both the most eloquent Prtrtdent JohnMitchell ot the UnlWdMine Workers of America ever made i delivered before the national tlon when he declined to accept a sonal gift of tendered him by tha miners of Montana and Wyoming efforts to make their condition As he spoke tears came to his Give It to Mitchell and the He trembling with hardy miners shed with Thomas president the urged upon the Montana had come to the the form carrying a draft for He t said the draft was backed by a smaller which would bring the amount up to We do not come with a loving he but wo feel It is our duty to give some testimony of our apprecia tion of what President Mitchell has done for us President Mitchell then he spoke he seemed ready Money Goes to Gentlemen of the be and particularly the miners of Montana and I cannot ex plain to you how I appreciate this ex pression of good will and confidence in I dont know what to dont the If I could ask you to take It babk and give it to the men members on his side of tbe house to a high pitch of enthusiasm by stating that Speaker Cannon should be the Re publican nominee Chicago in DalMll Randell and Dalzell came together In of Mr Dal vote or its passso BRIA be deeply sensible of the honor conferred upon says the gov lne resolution to which you it will pleasure to accopt the In accepting it It is proper for me to restate my poisllion is my desire thnt the sentiment of the party shall have the freest ex pression and that such action shall be taken as will be for Its best 1 dont seek office nor shall I at tempt to influence Hie selection or vote of any The state ad ministration must continue to be Im partial and must not bo tributary to any I have no interest in any factionnl controversy and desire above al things that there shall be deliberation honest expression of the party wil and harmony of 1 fail to recognize the great honor which the nomination would confer or the obligation of service which it would Nor should I care to be lacking in apprecia tion of the confidence and esteem which prompt the efforts of those who sincerely desire to bring it The matter is one for the party to decide and whatever Its decision I shall be chair not to TecogniseTanybody to ob ject to his that man is jtjte public serv ice He said thatmien of Sees Democratic Victory Ahead and Urges Harmony in Ken tucky Legislature for both sides in the capltol and prosecution are preparing to go who sent it here and feel sure they trial In the Dauphin county court would know I appreciate their confl As soon as a return fcas dence as much as though they bad made of the subpenas issued by the given me as many millions as they commonwealth it is expected the at torneys for the prosecution will advise the defense which of the fiveconspir acy cases will be called The de fendants In these cases are former Auditor General William former State Treasurer William Architect Joseph cUraax Contractor John H Sanderson and former superin tundent of grounds ft nristrlal w j Bryan8 to Frankfort win acmand a second trial that kind do not bear a and wajj reached wnen he Bpoke to the With another jury therefore we need this legislation be members the legislature cause we cannot tell who they I beMnd advocating the If the gentleman from saw of fOrmer Governor Beckham defendants be tried It is with evident Unlted gtateB senator Bryan Discretionary with the trial judge as to means to insinuate that I have any nelther Governor Beckham nor whether the defendants shall be tried Irtrt Uto ctonfonpo MWK i TS u It ts thought the next move ot the defense will be to ask that each of the connection His sentence anybody elgc him to Frank not completed because of Ran dells disavowal ot any personal ref I do not want anybody to Interrupt me who represents a public service continued If the gentleman from Pennsylvania does not do the remark does not to If he It does The explanation was not satisfac tory to T do understand the gentleman to said and I protest against any such insinu ation on the floor of this house unless the gentleman has some knowledge that justifies But the gentleman disavows any such interjected Cur trying to pour oil on the troubled The genUemarjs disavowal his said he had come to Kentucky not for Beckham but for the Demo cratic nominee and that if McCreery were the nominee for senator he would be here speaking for I am said because I jointly or NO PARDONFOR HILL State Board Acts Finally on Number of board of pardons has recommended a par believe the Democratic nominee has a don for John Barry of sery good chance to be elected this I ing seven years in the Western peni have hundreds I would feel tetter about that the money but if you cannot do that out danger of giving offense to the good people who sent it to then send it to Mitchell and let her use It to educate our do not know who tbp Democratic standardbearer may but I know that it takes a Democratic senate and house to uphold the I do not want to be a president simply to sit in a but to do something for ANNUAL ENACTED John IV of France Receives Homage of His Tawdry annual mass commemorating the death on of Louis XVI nt the church of UermainlAuxerrols was the occa sion for the usual manifestation by a small group of royalists and clericals In favor of the kingly pretensions of the descendants of Charles William who In 1834 set up a claim to I he throne of France on the ground thai he was the real Louis In accordance with the old John as the present who lu a wine styles held a miniature court alter the mass and received the homage of his servi tors The authorities Paris no long er pay any attention to this annual Headaches are brain signals that your system is in some way disorganized and unless the cause of the trouble is removed they will become more and more and gradually increase both in duration and The sympathetic nerves are weakened by the repeated and the malady finds an easy lodgment whenever the bodily and mental conditions favor its On tbe first sign headache you should at once take Complete recovery from sick bilious nervous throbbing headacbe speedily follows the use of these famous pills They settle the stimulate the act mildly w the Improve the Wood and quiet the Tbe tonic and strengthening properties P Beeehams build up the bodily health and fortify the syrtem For all diwderji ot tin stomach md ralne possibly Jn PURNlTtlRE If you want furniture now Is the time to buy when you can find everything in stock is needed to make your home look If you anticipate camping out or spending the summer In your cottage It willpay you to look over our selection of cot tage the thing for You can use them on your parch or lawn In the daytime and use them tor a bed at Our evergrowing trade ables us to carry a full line ot uptodate Furniture which we sell at such reasonable prices that we never bare anything but staples on Our Christmas goods were cleaned up to the A visit to our store will sat isfy YOU as it baa many others that we have tbe right goods at tbe THE Q1BSOH IMRWTURC All the popularity of the Republi can president has come from the adop tion of Democratic principles and re We cannot rely much on Re publican We may get the but it will require an over whelming victory to get the I tentiary for Pardons were i erased James New ton murder Howard entering n building with Intent to commit felony Isadora robbery and receiv ing stolen goods Fay assault and battery Rocco Gl murder Barney larceny James felonious Applications for rehearlngs were re JmM in the cases of Stephen voluntary The draft will be u With report Mitchell subnlUtetPa seros of statis tics IndlwMnsf tfcip prqgrefcs and achievements oftheorganisationA during his Theaverage paidup membership has Increased from In 1S97 Jo The increase last year was The report stated that to bring Into organization other miners will re quire much and possibly the inauguration of pome new ter hostility of bituminous nnd Indifference of anthracite minerp are mentioned as retarding Deplores Contract Attention was called to the ap proaching conference 30 between operators and miners of the central competitive Held to discuss the reha bilitation of the Interstate wageagree but no recommendation was The miners favor the agree Mitchell suggested that the miners convention remain In session till that time upon H definite policy should the refuse to meet ilio miners In joint con The action of certain locals in violating their contracts was de Reference wns made to mine cas ualties and 1 rs further protecting hopeful and Saverio miners were The adoption of gains to secure the senate for Demo cratlc On the vote of one Several other cases were continued senator may rest the fate of Demo cratic i For a generation we have had h government under corporate control until the February Spain Another Royal an insurance plan simitar to that of the railroad brothernoods was advo cated with an indemnty of tention was called to theneed of Httlngent child Hhor The osltlon to consolidate wjth government was sold to the highj amolhcr again U Federation of was tir est and since that time a satur nallan feast has existed at Washing The only relief is a Democratic triumph this fall not only the white but also the house and The legislature of Kentucky faces a great responsibility and should arise to the occasion and elect a Democratic senator on whose vote the deliverance may rest POVERTY Slayer of Former Senator Brown Pen niless In Salt Salt Lake Annie who shot and killed former United States Senator Arthur Brown of Utah at the Raleigh hotel In and who was freed by a jury in the capital city less than two months is penniless in this city with her four She has appealed to her per sonal In a little hut on the outskirts of the city Bradley is living with her by her former hus band arid two that she claims are the sons of Wetmore Goes Back to R United States Senator George Peabody Wetrnore of Newport was elected to the United Status senate on the first I ballot cast in both branches of tbe yeneial lecelvlng a total of I Sixtyeight Colonel Robert Qoddard at this tbe and Lincoln llepubllcan no given b total of thirtysix Colonel Samuel Colt of BrlslfflJ ceived chief ingredient ROYALS The only baking powdtr and and   

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