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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING oKy controller of Greater la ot age Car this city committed suicide by shooting near the family llahanpy after swallowing a Quantity of David Thouias died Suddenly 2 CENTS PER IBERRYS IDE A DEFENSE former burgess of Greensburg aid a prominent Civil war committed suicide by shooting to ill Mr former hail ordered ail of the five and ten cent j moving picture shows in Columbus cioled on Sundays and also announced thai they must close at midnight Sat Jan captain anjt first baseman of the Cin cinnati base bail club last has signed a contract to play first base manage the team coming Traders and Mechanics bank of this city has fclosed its This bank formerly da state deposit but this been reduced by State Treasurer J3erry to Brack a teacher in a school at Mercer Is in Jali here on a se fious preferred by sixteen yearold Bessie now 111at the Aultman hospital lumber mills of Frank Johnston on Laurel creek in Mlngo county were consumed by entailing a loss of One hundred men are thrown put of employment Cam brla Brewing company of Johnstown has filed in the state department no tice of an Increase in its capital stock from to and of bonds from nothing to B a railway mail whose run Is between Harrisburg and El was taken to the Sanitary hospi tal here suffering from Wll cox had never been Fred age who has a wife and two children living hilled himself at his boarding house In He was a brakeman em ployed by the Pennsylvania railroad iri the Storra Seymour of Price biirg was jbimd by a rescuing He when Hats had pattackcdhlnii biting him He will probably federal grand Jury here has returned an Indictment against Phobe proprietor of a grocery at Wellsburg W Va charging him with manufac Stop Payment on Quay Monument Fund Requisitions if He Could IN PENNYPACKErVS YARD Says He Will Vote to Place the Quay Battleship Fleet Bids Farewell to Rio Friends and Reaumei Its Voyage STOP ARENAS Thenee the Fleet Will Undertake Pas sage of Magellan Very pangerous for Steamships Well Supplied With Rio To the boom Ing of guns and tho cheers of tbou lands on the accompanying pleasure the American1 wafstiips sailed trbrn Rii Janeiro bouiid for Punta on tne Magellan Ten days will bring the fleet almost mid way on its cruise to San and the ships and the men carried with them the godspeed and Stood1 Wishes of the whole Brazilian r i Anthony ComBtecIt Tells of Harry j 5 i a Stanford White NO EVIDENCE COULD BE HAD William Completes Excused from First of Expert AllinlsU finding a site for the fancy the He said The matter of the placing of the statue Is not to come before the board prior to the expiration of my term as state the first day Of But if it should come Up while I am a member of tho I shall certainly oppose placing It anywhere outsliU of exGflverhor PdhriypackerB outsliU baek yard at Requisition for funds from the Quay statue have been coming In to the treasury department for some lime and all have been paid promptly because 1 could find no way to avoid giving up the I looted up the law And found that It would be Impos sible for me to avoid payment of the committees The major por tion of the appropriated by tho legislature has been V8o tar as r am 1 have always been dlBgunted ivltli the whole thing and heartily wish there WHB some way In which we could legally stop the payment of this money mis MUQ1PB REPLY Alton Parker Resents Remarks of Bryan in Speech at Judge Alton Parker of the court of who was the Democratic can didate in 1904 for president of the United IB In Albany in attend ance upon the His attention was called to an extract from the of William Bryan before the Demo cratic members of the Kentucky legis in which Bryan was quotea as medicine in Parker waB the man above all others I did not What a said Judge that Bryan failed to be equally frank In 190 Had he done BO ttie situation of the party woud be vastly better than It There were but few Democrats in that year who thought It wise to have a thirdterm JUuppn the arrival of the so upon the the public buildings and high hills were crowdet with thousands watching the warship until they had disappeared through th mouth of the bay lutp open sea With their departure tfrbmRib Ja neiro the sixteen hattieshlpB ente upon the third stage of their voyage t the In this run of knots which will terminate accordln to the at Punia th most southern port In the th ahlps will traverse the hazardous nar rows at the eastern entrance to the Strait of World Watches the great Portuguese with a squadron of discovery fitted out by Charles REVENGE CORTELYdOCALU 1 j North Dakota Senators Scalp he had withdrawal o bt ittmeys m Satldnat Sought by the Harvester Combine HANSBROUGH COMPLAINS Harvester Trust to since Scorned Murders Man Whose Love Had Cooled Prevtnt His senate for niore ihttn An hour dlWussed a rtsohltidh oftered by fieWtor Hans tho nce The secretary announced taat Now 23fth6 of the second Thaw trial fast approach This was Indlfttttfld when Jbarles of the allehlBts to be Ballediby the took the Stand for hfl vtffellmlhary Authonyfe rice ojei Hour Rush president of theSbctlly forthe presslbri of is a witness eirJleEW tSe arid William mother of the defend ant had completed hef iesUmpny The klridferiarteri 1iad charge of Marry fhaw of also and day marked a long the department of cotamerce ahd labor to oaytan Net suspend its invesiigatlon Into the af laTrt or tne internationalHarvester AMon 0J was orderedby a res over a yeiir During this hlnl ta the States isslon Senator Hansbrpugh de d that the harvester trust Is at fc anything about the to r Sided i progress was made In the New Sweeping in the consideration of the bill tdlfy and revise the penal amendment Of say Impor got through waa one by dressed bille Jariies of making through the crowded restaurant which takes up he eighth floor of Macys depilrtnterit btore and into the gentle Qbratefj store and into the gentle Unce which got througn one oy WW ImJavd a stylishly dressed MKbllle of making y hasf been W8 wbnittu bent for a moment over Ihe it a criminal under Tieavy pen own of Thaw appeal to lum to a whispered some aitTi to falsifyipygrriment crop statts st in closing nf the a offheramenament be Wfcjte to nave emptied the fijj to protect the maintained elaboratly of ihe nve chambers into his rfrpwers from ments and where Oy As her Frank a Sftypagesof the bill were dlsftofeed said to have been A dozen Except for a pbrfticalspeech by M lAftai the chief object of the rr will be the of it fa the weois at said to have been A dozen letters Thaw gardlng the description of thte street were admitted In evidence and read to the DlBlrict Attorney Je 1 i replleB to T wltneBB indlcaieii ij that nothing the com legal Mng Eitept for a political speech by lifeless to tho the woman flung Ktmball pf proceedings the weapon from her taking a sec were monbtonbus atfd at no time were orid rflvolver from her shot her ihundred wemKers in self first in tho head and th tho She died a half Atiote found in the womans r proved her tobe Mary Roberts theWesterri and PoStU Tele 1 V M 1 MkllkflAflB M sport Mjtt dog they eSorts of cMrisiattaiM a the widow of a of a six yearbid Brady was nUlity f iliA nnla atmttfVff i i cprnpanles in yielr relations to people as thirty years old und tlie aole support bit agetf for whom hehad made a The ahboting Vus the culminationof a series of vio f the culmination 01 BBIIW r walk unassisted becauseof her w according to the Hay was not low upon s In fulflllment of a i Plttsburg M AAA THRIFTY During Port Arthur Siege told She told of Thawfl of influ ences befora and of the men tal nnsoundness of of her broth She was nbt sasaua him when he King of la ne no greater attention has been d feciid towarii this famous Interoceanlc waterway by any event than by the rig paBsaee f by fleet of travt sanity was 1 The Ohio ff llan ftravt cbnsiBts of two nearly egual branches Kwest InriitK oleomargerlne without a But every of sense knew that d who attor neys representing the the state cnpltol graft which willbecalledfor trial on Monday of wlll a conference in next unless a man could be found who would receive Bryans support his warm personal following would seek for the defeats of 189C and politicians and in sought diligently to vr f tnrPtttPn PltlzeilS oOUKUl l this city today to discuss methods of To some at ea8l he saia he would bolt Ellwoort n Governor result of the destruction of the plant Gorman and Judge but of the PlUshnrK Kulmlnlte Powder that to oppose Par company at It was stated U8 Parher supported that the buildings will probably not bo attitude induced the impros rebullt and that another location may nmong raany that my nomination sbQlKwesT to with a total1 length of 340 miles and a width varying 20 miles to hardly 2 In going through the strait Admiral Evanss fleet will have the best time of the year for the the mid summer of the southern There are few obstructions in Ma gellan Strait from rocks and Jt is similar in character to the numer ous channels and fiords along the coast of southern Like It is bordered by high and often precipitous and imposing land and has numerous Some of these offer shorter routes from ocean to but they are obstructed by The strait lies entirely within Chilean but it IB a free waterway and is con sidered neutral Water Feet reel line of dei no insanity In for four As to lateral cnsesj there they were easily accounted statement to the commission market tidy Eggs at One showing the straits of the civil popu lation at Port Arthur during the slew was given at the courtmartjarof teiiant General Stoesael by polonej who waa civil commission er of that pace and who fathered the charges made against General Stoes sel that he reaped a rich harvest by selling eggb and milk and other 1 rles to the sick during the According to Colonel a luxury fof Provisions were enOrmbusly pig eggs ft aach and other things He testified that Stoessel a large herd of cattle and A rhicliens arid charged exorbitant Shortly before the she jBummoned a merchant a ilispSse port of in the and she asserted that there were no family secrets to hide and there was no skel eton to be Foreign Doctors Coming continue with ex pert testimony today or he may offer as witnesses the doctors from Paris and who are to testify briefly of attendingThaw in those Another doctor is expected to testify about nn outbreak on a train and that will end all save the exnert codicil to Thaws be found for the would be as acceptable to Bryan us any except his That lippn hanftcd in Philadelphia to untn March w to allow their measure to the movement Sfbr the board of par1 the control of the casos tp be heard by dons at the February New Emma wife of drank carbolic She was found by her who Bummoned a phy Bhe was dead before the doctor She had been ill three months and feared Bhe would become a helpless bit off John RodpkB right ear Is a question Justice Lytle Is trying to Dur ing ft fight among eight men a part o ear The detached section cbuld not he found on the bat The guilty man IB wanted on tho charge of sur rounds the death of William Phillips of whose body wus found In a secluded spot out In n field near her She had started to a neighbors to spend the evening and was never again seen There were evldencs of a struggle where the body was East Winters pf this who has been In jail at for three was married at the sheriffs residence there to Miss Lena Winters is awaiting trial on charge of embezzling from View employes of the Newell who Intrusted him with their pay en was placed in but the will itself was temporarily out be cause of the insufficiency of evidence Subsequent events showed that Bryan had not been entirely open with those who had consulted For when to his surprise delegates began to be elected favorable to my nomina the tide had grown too strong to be started out on his famous tour of denuncia The dragons teeth which he then sowed yielded an abundant har all that ho could But It would have been very much better for the party hud he said In beore sentiment had crystal as he says Parker Is the man above all others that I do not The passage of Magellan Strait is In West moat respects comparatively safe for steam though there are a few The main difficulty Is that there Is too great a depth of water places It reaches over feet to permit of The strait is well by numerous Steamships of the commercial lines navigate the strait by but two parts they always pass In These are the at the eastern part of the arid Crooked which Admiral Evanss fleet will pass through after leaving Punta SETTLING TIME COMES Pennsylvania Soil Tillers Are Using Improved Reports of itaridlrie committees of the state board tnrinvtl time while it but worth of diamonds by herself and hev Lawrence a profes sional bridge at D nan a ro es Sat the profiU of dairy products were a pioi imaller than one year ago and that two weeks who goes by the name of Mary Mundy Ohio police were caught by the Plttsburg police in a and his there was comparatively little tuber Denan and nis tnlg Heyburn of Ward read a pa par on The Age in Which We AU of the gems were recov The Jewels were stolen from Krotier ot Oeorge J pf to the womans and KplljBan PI w On According to tne woman aieoted vice SlSraTS SEX An Dena and UU proprietor of a general is miss Ing The pnly word since he left sev eral ago is a postal card to his which gave uo Indication of his He was then pastilng through SFediratlon of ffjglSfS Net The returned here two days Their of cash hadabout run out when Thsn JMRHITURE If you want furniture now is i the time to buy when you can flnd everything In stock that Is needed to your home look If you anticipate camping out or spending the summer IB 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 tor a bed at night Our evergrowing trade en ables us to carry a full line ot 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 will sat isfy vou M H hal many others that we have the right at the right WMsop provide the education of tier son at a fashionable school In A clergyman was made While1 she was in prosperous cir cumstancesand before the death of her husband Brady had lodgings at her home and she declared that ahe helped himto the success which he subsequently A few months nfio left her and made a home lor his whom lie brought here from New Recently Clark thought that JJrady wan avoiding iirid when he called at Iifihome occa sionally they A lew days ago Clark called her attor ney and told that something se rious was going to She went to her made a wrote a note identifying and eferring the reader to her attorney nd armed with three went o the store where sue knew that irady usually Knew Where to Find Steppingfrom the she viived aside tlie waitress who ap iroached her and made hor way hastl y to a small smoking room for gen Just offthe main dining hall Hie big room was fllleil with women who were lunching nfter the mornings shopping and amid ihe buw of conver sation her agitated manner attracted attention only of the one of noticing her approach Die mens asked If she was seek irid f Hegs Receipts double decks market slow and Prime heavy hogs other Raided Coal Spilth des perate because of lack of 100 women and children raided the railroad yards with baskets and carried away fifteen tons of coal before they were roated by the position being that she hadjatt of the coming LAD DOOMED TO HANG Mothers Evidence Convicts SIxUsw YearOld Boy of Clarence age Is the youngest homicide In the history of Allegheny county to rest under the shadow of the He has been convicted ot mnr in the first degree for killing Wll iiam Mathias a McKeesport pool room keeper while trying to hold up on the night of It toon the jury but an hour to reach its Cora mother spt the whose testimony largely aided New Jeeup Morris fesup the retired banker and leader civic IB dead at his home at heart age lua and I know where he Is She brushed the girl iislde and In a moment stood behind Bradys chair und spoke to Before lie had time to reply she had shoved a revolver in his face and commenced The head the the the breast and the abdomen were success ively pierced by bullets and Brady lay lead at her Giving one glance to the halfdozen ineu near who were momentarily ClarK whipped another weapon from furs arid put a bullet near her ear and twoothers in her The shooting was out ol1 tho sight of the hundred or more shoppers the but he report of the discharges created and there was arush for Uio Kmployes of the place quickly closed the shutting off a view of the smoking and reassured the women few of whom realized what had The police broke the news to Bradys aged and the Gerry society took charge ol tae dead womans It was said of Johnson that he talked ns though he were tak MI an He ilotosteil tlie habit of vliis or prcvarlwitliiK In the Blight out degree and would not allow his servants to say he wits wit lit home If Uo A Ronmils strict regard for the siild must be weak ened ly such a if I accus tom uiy servant to tell for unvo I not reiutni to aiiprchfcnd thftt be will toll Itfor hlmsi10 A strict adherence to trmli tindoctor consid ered as a sacred uud In re lating the smallest iwwdotu lie would not allow himself tinminutest addl thm to embellish Ills her sons was carried J the courtroom shrieking snd weeping when she heard the verdict No Election In There was no elflctlon of United States senator In joint session of the The joint ballot resulted as fallows Beck 63 61 Workmen Honor Augustus has been raised by pqputar sub scription among workingmen fpr the A CULTURED Higher Education the Ruin af Thii Bass are Intelligent little That Is the reason they travel In remarked Walter an authority oa fishing and a candi date for the nature fakir I have frequently observed theui he whether it was bettor taste to swallow a minnow whole or on the Installment I ave seen them seek knowledge con cerning rubber frogs having made up their minds that it was false and warn their com I have seen tbein studying weather coming to the surface gftK ng intently ai the finding the di rection of the wind and satisfying fceinselves whether tomorrow would oe clear or Allreal fishermen can voaea thai bassaw fond I have swn them eat up the Socialism Their delegations to the conference of the Labor now In session passed a motion declaring Socialism to be the definite objective of the Delegates rep resenting more than half a mfllloB members bf the party favored this Rockefellers Money lavea N Ri apprentices suffering from spinal mea tagitls and considered hopeless were treated with serum dlscof ered by Simon Flexner of tb Rockefeller institute and are Chicago Grain eablw liberal primary receipts caused a1 cent break in wheat but part of the loss was regained on buylni brought out by a strong market for At the close wheat for May livery was Corn WM np Oats were closed natural defenders of the g arbund the femaio had laid the wave the intruder by er the enemy and sharp dorsaj splue   

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