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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING B8TABU8HED i ctffrrs PBfc REVOLT KIRnTEO j Premature Attempt to Dethrone King of Portugal end Set Up Republic Fails POLICE GET WIND OF THE AFFAIR PUld House In Which Conspirators Are Holding Meeting and Capture Sev eral of the Was to Assassinate Premier 24 by courier to Ba abortive attempt to overthrow the monarchy and proclaim Portugal a republic was nipped in the bud by the prompt ac tion ofthe The plot was organized by a small group of ad vanced As near as can be the plan was to ssass Inate Premier Franco and then depend or success updn street sup ported by secret Republican and labor organizations armed with bombs and The conspirators Intended to take advantage of various festivities to carry out the coup The royal family were at Villa entertain ing the Duke of the Most of the army and navy officers who were th the city were attending a gala per formance at the while many of the chief functionaries of state were present at a magnificent ball at one of the The police discovered what was in the wind early in the evening and surrounded and raided a house where the ringleaders in the plot were con When they broke in the doors the lights were extinguished and in the confusion that followed most of the conspirators Several of wore Includ ing the Joao a Republi can who was prominent in the Republican revolt of 1891 Franca editor of O and a mer chant by the name of A case of revolvers and bombs was found in the A general alarm was Immediately sent and while the prisoners were being taken to jail troops began to appear from all A squad ron of cavalry was placed around Pre mier Francos house and the night passed without further From papers captured it was evi dent that the conspiracy was badly organized and As the de tails of the plot are in the hands of the police other arrests are Premier Franco has established R rigorous so that news of the conspiracy may not be learned Outside of dlstur bailees The peaceful section of the Republi headed by Bernadino apparently Is in no way implicated in the The government Dlerlo Illus prints a warning that agitators against public order will be treated as criminals and enemies of State Health Commissioner Dlxon had a conference with representatives of the towns on Darby creek to consider plans to stop the pollution of the Dlxon explained that the creek has become a filthy sewer and suggested a system of sewerage as the most economical plan of abating the The representatives from the boroughs doubted If they had au thority to agree on a definite plan without consultation with the town councils and before taking final action they will do The towns repre sented at the meeting were Bhnrnn Colltndale Rheumatics in United States Can All BeCured By If rheumatism continues to spread ajs it has in the past few it would seem as though we would be fore long become a nation of crip The terrible destructiveness of this dilsease is apparent on every side of Almost nine out of ten 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 the never cure Itself and if neglect ed la bound to grow worse rather than If you ever have any twlngs of rheumatism go to your druggist and get a bottle of the won dorful new Rheumatic it will cure you and it is the only ment in the world that will cure you permanently and UrlcO cures by Its direct action on the mua blood and It keeps out the poisonous uric and rheumatic acid and drives it from the system and it la only a treatment of such a nature j that will ever cure Lin j Imenta and plasters only serve to drive it from one spot to They never ure because it b primarily a blood and i until the blood is cleared from the a cure cannot take You can test UrlcO fret of charge if you Just out out this adver tlsement and send It to the Smith Drug 137 Smith together with your name and IKS name of TOUT and state that you WM4 fvfttl wlH through TOW and FACE BIG DEFICIENCY Representative Tawney Warns Haute to Cut urgent bill occupied the attention of the to the exclusion of otner A surprise was sprung wnen Chairman Tawney of the appro priations committee warned the mem hers that the country Was confronted with the certainty of a do flclt unless the estimates for the next Aflcal year should be cut down mate A discussion on tariff revision was Injected into the proceedings In which leaders on both sides of the house tried to commit one another to a definite announcement as to wheth if successful at the November elec there would be tariff Senator Stone of Missouri presented statistics of government deposits in national banks to show that the distri bution of money during the recent cur rency stringency was not as contemplated by the law governing the treasury He declared that the west and south were discrim inated against while New York and Bos ton were Senator Teller de clared that the placing of money in New York city during tho panic was fully He paid a high tribute to the rich he had promptly offered practically their en tire capital In order to stem the ot disaster in that which threat ened the entire Senator LaFolletto has introduced a bill to deprive public officials of the tTnlted Stales of telegraph and tele phone franks or The bill also undertakes to prevent discrimination in tho charges ot Interstate telephone or telegraph lines and provides for the preservation ot all messages for a period of six CALLSlSS OFF Taft Urges Them Not to Oppose Governor Hughes in New York State of War Taft Is carrying out the policy in New York that he has directed his managers to follow in other states where there are candidates for the Re publican nomination for the presi In a letter to Representative Herbert chairman of the Re publican county committee of New the secretary makes It clear that he does not want his friends to prosecute a campaign In New York as against Governor The which was made public by Represent ative says I am aware that you and many other friends of mine in New York who are also friends Gov course to pursue in respect to the Rej publican nomination for the presi I wish you and them to know as far as I am there should be no embarrassment in this I have uniformly urged friends of mine not to attempt to divide in my Interest the delegation from any state which has a candidate of its Since Governor Hughes has indicated his willingness to nccapt the Republi can I now make the same request of you and my other friends In your I would great ly deprecate a contest which might imperil Republican victory in New York In Anything that I can do to avoid this I am anxious to HEAff DOAK3 PLEA Expelled by District He Tells troubles to con vention of the United Mine Workers of America was addressed by Miss Laura Gregg of fraternal del egate from the National Woman Buf frnge The delegates in dorsed the movement by a President Mitchell announced that the credentials committee would take up the claim of Patrick Dot former president of the Pittsburg district to be admitted as a He has credentials from his Jocal union at It Is considered probable that the convention will not formulate a wage scale until after It has been deter mined whether the operators will meet the miners in Joint conference on It Is alRo probable that a joint wage conference may not follow the convention immediately and possibly may be held In this It is said by pramlnent miners that the in dications are that the operators are in no hurry for a wage settlement and are not averse to the stimulation to the market that would attend an tin SIX EXPERTS open winter has cut down the demand for domestic coal and the industrial depression has reduced the consump tion of steam Thin Ice Drowns Two New fourteen years broke thin lee and was drowned while skating at and Frank twelve years met a simitar fate from a like cauie at in Thaw Trial to Three Alienists FOREIGN DOCTORS ARWVE TODAY APPLIES ONLY TO So Says Attorney General of TwoCent Fare a confer ence between Attorney General Todd and City Solicitor Gendell it was decid ed not to appeal to the state supreme court for a reargument in the cose of the twocent railroad fare which was decided against the state by that court last In reference to the question wheth er the decision of the supreme court applied to all the railroads In the the attorney general made the follow ing statement In the case of the Pennsylvania Railroad company against the ceunty of Philadelphia the supreme court ruled a twocent per mllo passen ger rate does an Injustice to the stock holders of company by depriving it of the power of earning on Intra state passenger business a fund applic able to dividends of less than the stat utory rate of which is C per This Is a question of fact as to other railroads that can only be de termined by a trial In court In each WILL PRODUCE TRIMMINGS That Jury In Capitol Cases May See for com monwealth will produce before the jury at the trial ot the capltol prose which begin in the Dauphin county court next one of the Six marble fountains in the These fountains were sold to the state by John one of the de for at the rate of a The prosecution claims that none of these fountains contains more than fifteen cubic feet and that they can be duplicated for Many of the other furnishings of the capltol will be produced by the commonwealth at these San dersons codefendants la the five con spiracy eases listed for trial first are former State Treasurer Ar chitect termer Auditor Gen eral Bnyder and James former superintendent of grounds and How fo You can avoid pneumonia and Other serious results froro a coW by 1PA Defends His Action In Cutting Down Highway Stuart presided at the annual meeting of the state hoard of agriculture and made a speech congratulating the farming interests of Pennsylvania that they had not been seriously affected by the financial The gov ernor defended his action in reducing the road appropriation by the last leg islature to provide for better care of the He he did not want to reduce the appropriation for but he was compelled to do so In order that it might not be neces sary to cut the appropriations for pub lic the indigent Insane and consumptives and the state Klruppenberg of Lake chairman of the roads and road laws submitted a report criti cizing the governor for reducing the road appropriation and recommending that more restrictive laws forautomo blllRts be Schwarz of Analowlnk showed the alleged weakness of the fertilizer law of Pennsylvania at itfentOt not enforcing the An address was made by Horace Seamons of Factory ville on farm In which the dis advantages of Italian labor were dis reports of the boards spe cialists were after which the meeting was brought to a AD ATTRACTS BOMB Italian Bank Dynamited Because of Display of Cold New exploding bomb last night wrecked the front of an Italian bank building on Elizabeth briefly exposing in sil ver and gold which the Pas quale Poll had piled in the windows as ocular proof of their abil ity to pay depositors on The junior Salvatore who was on guard was cut by the glass that crashed in upon stuck by his charge and soon had tho moijey Htored away in the The score of clerks had left the place some hours and the explosion Injured none but the younger The bomb who were not seen by the were quickly lost in the crowd of several thousand ex cited who gathered about the and their motive a H was at first believed that a robbery had been attempted and the known distress In certain sections of the city lent color lo thfs If robbery was the the It is were who loet courage at the critical molnent when the tempting treasure was within arms reach from the the is one of the most prosperous of tho Italian bankers of the His Institution Is capitalized at During the bank troubles he conceived the idea of a window display to reassure doubting person and the realistic advertisement has since been one of the sights of the foreign Chicago Grain realizing sales caused a weak finish today in the local wheat the May op tion showing a net loss of Corn was off Oats were down May options closed 61 PlUiburg 2 yellow 1 »firstname.lastname@example.org 1 $email@example.com 1 2 Butter 38 34 38033H Ohio York full cream Ohio full Wisconsin light market tidy H60 C6 fat fresh cows and cpinmon to theep light and Market good fair Boat Docks at 9 OClosk and Thojy Expected Be In Court by If Trial Comlrig to an End Next New anlearly adjournment of the Thaw trial was taken in order to enable the attorneys for the defense to prepare their hypo thetical question covering all the evi dence in the case there Beemed no longer any doubt that next week will bring the second trial to a Jus tice Dowllng has decided to limit each side to three expert and two of thedefenses trio were heard as to tho facts of the mental and physical examinations they made of Harry Thaw in the Tombs prison fol lowing his arrest for the killing of Stanford r No experts for the state have yet and Jerome has not in dicated the manner In which he will combat the testimony of the alienists the doctors who served Jerome at the first hearing are under the not as paid as possible Witnesses in surrebuttal of any action the district attorney may in the insanity jplea r ta vthff sne was fie was tod the name was Nesbit and that belongs to Stanford Thaw manured afterward to meet the girl at an aftertheatre supper In com pany with several other chorus The European witnesses who ore yet to be heard for the defense will arrive today on the steamer which la expetted to dock af 9 The court session begins nt 10 oclock and every will be mrtde to have them there as Littleton Is anx ious their evidence shall be in before he putB his hypothetical Be sides DrsWagner arid question will he answered for the de fense by Dr Smith Kly Jelllffe of Co lumbia who also appeared at the UiHt Urge Tariff national board of trade con eluded Its sessions here with IM adoption of a number of important among them bo Ihg one tinting nn expeditious revision of the tariff and Indorsing the propo sition for the creation of u permanent tariff It was unanimous ly agreed that the president and con gress should be petitioned to take Im mediate steps to bring about reciproc ity trade treaties between the United States and other Postmas ter General Meyers proposition for the establishment of a postal savings bank was It was further recommended that the tariff should be so amended that works of art intended for public museums and art galleries shall be admitted Johnstown Loses by Players Johns town club handed over a bunch of easy money the other day when a good pricewas paid to the Indianapolis club for the release of Second Baseman Heine After the Hoosier club had received a check and the release of the player had been officially pro word was received from California that Krug had died sudden Under the rules governing such the club wan compelled to stand the loss without a FOUR FIREMEN KILLED Furious Blaze at Baltimore Fanned b broke out ft short time after midnight in the upper the building occupied by tho firm of Regester south east of HoIIiday and Saratoga The first alarm was followed j by a general calling out all the of Binghum and Brlttpn Evans of Morris superin tendents state institutions for the were on1 the In detail ing their conversations with Thaw In the Tombs they brought out more clearly two points which were glossed over The first of these was to the effect that Thaw had told them that in 1900 or 1901 he had been a guest of Stanford White at a dinner party In the Madison Square garden He had left early and been ac cused of breaking up the Some of the guests did not eat Thaw and the young woman who sat next to him declared the food was First Impression of Thaw also told the physicians of the first time he saw Evelyn It was in 1901 in front of a A jiure he described Take DeWitfs Kidney and Btadder They promptly rellevevback ache and weak Sold by the building Saratoga street very four flremen were and many among them George The a number of old A fourstory building in the rear occupied by the Read Son company soon caught flre and burned The bodies of Lieutenant Frederick James August Schrlver and John all of S engine were taken from be neath the Fifteen flremen are known to have been Chief Hortpns skull Is said to have been fractured and he is Injured It Is feared that he will Those killed were badly FURNITURE 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 night Our evergrowing trade en ables us to carry a full line ot uptodate Furniture which we sell at such leasonable prices that we never have anything but staples on Our Christmas goods wore cleaned up to the A visit to our store will aat Isfy you as It has many others that we have the right at the right West Wfstern Nla antf Count Lynar Found The military court of ordered by Emperor William to try General Count von Ho formerly an adjutant to the emperor and commander of the guard and Major Count Johannes completed its Count Lynar was found guilty of abusing authority on six four of which related to insults to subordinates and on five other counts charging moral and was sentenced to fifteen months In Count von Hohenau was Socialist Demonstration attempt of the Socialists to bring about a march ot the unemployed through the down town resulted in a cbuple of sharp fights with the in which the wouldbe marchers were routed after a number of men had been Benjamin the originator of the plan to march through the and two of hla followers were Hadnt Gone Very Mur phy and George two con missing at the state penitentiary here since Monday were found hiding in the prison yard last Gentrys Murder Con murderer of LouiseGen try of is dead of re juries sus tained when he threw himself from an unner ealtery to a stone floor feet TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Cur slayer Nichols was in the He had eaten nothing for two who received burns tho explosion of the Plttaburg Fulmlnlte fowder com pany plant at Old Is all the employes at the penitentiary hospital are 111 of More help had to be provided by the deputy war Quite a numberof the prisoners are 111 of the that he Is Gideon an Ohio sol who Is mentioned as the sole heir to the vast estate of Charles a California who died about four yrnrs an aged but but hearty placed his case in a lawyers desperate ef fort IB to be made to save the life ot Clarence the sixteenryearold convicted of killing William a poolroom A new trial will be naked In case a new trial cannot be the case be taken to the pardon j wild afler a collision with another an engine and a cabooae on the Monougahela and Washington railroad dashed backward four miles and plunged Into a Roy con had his ankle broken and Livingstone had an arm ative Earle who was placed under quarantine at Iron ton the Sun day before the legislature has arrived Earle went to make a social call and diphtheria was dis covered in the He caught the but has fully the will of John the brewer of this who died each of his numerous employes is given an amount equal to a weeks The which is valued at and upward by the execu Is devised to the family of South lieving that his illness would result John age confessed that he murdered his ter Ella age in Fetter told Justice Haus that he placed the rope around his daughters neck and then told the neighbors that she had hanged account aheavy snowstorm preventing the in flation of the balloon1 the slon with Lieutenant Frank Lahm as Many aeronauts erobTeopto witness among them being Roy Knabenshue of To ledo and OrrviUe of It Is probable the will be made the destina per forming an autopsy on the body of a woman eightytwo years whose death was thought to be due to a tu Raymond resident physician of the West Jersey Homeo pathic at dts coverei that the real cause was the body of an unborn babe which had turned to During fifty years it had been slowly Similar cases are Almost unknown Col a member of the petit jury at the last term of circuit has received a letter signed Chief of the Black threatening him with assassi nation unless he leaves the state with in ninety Collier is accused of having been instrumental in securing the conviction of a brother member of the Collier is making arrange ments to leave the state in preference to facing whatever danger may hang over effort on the part of the sophomores of the University of Pennsylvania to break up the annual class dinner of the fresh precipitated ah incipient riot in Kuglers fashionable in the course of which nearly worth ot damage was done by the A riot call was sent in and ninety police men were hurried out to quell the dis A number of students were beaten by the police and half a dozen were Gang Accused 61 Portage Highway Robbery and Murder Are Captured PURSUIT LASTED FOUR YEARS Story of Sensational Murder and Rob bery Recalled by Capture of Patrick Victim Who Sur Relentless In Pursuit holA ing up at several years ago ot a paymaster named Campbell by a band ot Italians when a driver named Hays was killed and Campbell was found an echo last night in the arrest of three men who are declared to have been accom plices in the The mens are Carmelo Rosarlo Degra alo and Giuseppe Search for these men had been going on for many In spite of the fact that they went disguised and tty this means constantly changed thalr they were by the police and Last might all three gathered together In a houM near The police then came down on them and the house was surround ed by After all had been taken six policemen their way Into the room where men There Was a but the men were outnumbered and were quickly forced to There were no Another accomplice in the named Francesco Imbezzi was arrest ed here several months Campbell Took the Arrests In the case of the holdup of a paymas ter at several years In which one man was killed and an other have been expected to be made for more than six The robbery occurred on July while Patrick Campbell of paymaster of the Puritan Coal and his Charles were driving in a buggy with about in and greenbacks intend ed for the payment of the miners at the Puritan mines near They were set upon by two highwaymen Jn a patch of woods about halt a mile from Portage and then shot Hays was instantly being shot through the although desperately whipped up the horse inan attempt to but one of the ban dits shot the animal in the leav ing Camphill vinercy Campbell fell out to the and while In this position was shot and left for The which waa la a was The robbers escaped and all to get trace of thein Remembered Campbell claimed that when he fell he had retained an indelible impres sion of the features of the man who had shot him in the road and after his recovery set out on the trail ot the men and has never abandoned His theory was that the men had been familiar with the movements of the paymaster and that as as they had secured the money they fled to foreign A man named charged with the has lain in an Italian Jail for many It was known that he left the vicinity of Johnstown shortly after the But it ap peared that no crime could be made out until last when a confes sion was extracted from a foreign boarding house keeper in South Jmbezzl and another man whase name has not been disclosed were im plicated and remember ing his impression received the day he was shot to go to Italy and continue the search for the ban Can This Be SoT Little Girl telling of the Garden of Adam and Eve lived very happily there till the evil one came In the form of a dian The great hope of the world lies In the fact that the flgbt for honesty nev nr lets Wage Cut Befllni at tne the action to depression in business re sulting in largely decreasing railroad the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road company announces a reduqtloa of 10 per cent in the pay of all offloers and employes receiving more thaa a month and bringing down to all monthly salaries between and a The cut becomes effective The reduction will apply to all officers from the president From Pulpit to Car pastor of the Hyde Park Methodist has resigned to become a street car He says he can make more money as ooa ductor than asjireacti with round and Brlf lit and satin fonftffly 9 9 9 9
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