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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: January 27, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING KSTABUSHED JAN 2 CBNT8 PER COPfJ GLADYS WEDS TODAY Vanderbllt and Her Millions An nexed by Hungarian the famous Vanderbllt mansion at Fifth avenue and Fiftyseventh street today at noon Miss youngest daughter of Cornelius cousin of the of Marlborough and one of the richest of American will become the bride of Count Laszlo Jene Maria Henrlk Simon young Hungarian noble of ancient lineage and comfortable Both the prominence of the brides family In the social and financial life of this country and the romantic circumstance of her choice of a husband lend the ceremony an unusual degree of public Last summer Miss Vander bllt became of and under the pro vision of her fathers will entered Into possession of her share of his great estimated at from twelve mil t lions to fifteen millions of Ever since her coming out a few years ago rumor has been busy engag ing Miss Vanderbilt to numberless young Americans as well as to an end less succession of titled foreigners ranging from royalty to the latest 1m jMounlouB noble who happened to land on American But even the gossip mongers concede that In her marriage to this comparatively ob scure young Hungarian she is making purely a love Count Laszlo 18 a handsome man of Blen der and his bearing betray ing his military training and devotion to outdoor He Is not even the head of his being the young est of the four sons of Count Emerich who for many years was the AustroHuagarlan ambassador at and who played an Important part in the negotiation of the German Austrian alliance and was one of the limited circle of diplomats who en joyed the close friendship of STORM HITS PITTSBURG Thunder and Lightning Accompany WindWhipped Thunder and snow and wind Is the combination of weather which burst upon Pittsburg last night in one of the most terrific as well as unique storms the city has ever July weather mixed with December weather and a day that begun like a Sunday in summertime ended like a cold and blustery day In A terrific the worst Pltts burg has known for many a de luged the city for thirty while thunder roared and lightning Mooger reports Indicate much dam age to Companies having wires in exposed places were crip trolley wires fell in many endangering the lives of people bat tling blindly through the and electric and telegraph companion report their service obstructed in some While the storm was raging and the danger by fire greatest the police and fire departments bad to practically suspend communication between the Tarlous police Telephones shot out long tongues of flame and oould not be E Eddy Secretly Moves to New Home at Suburb of Boston TO BE HEARER MOTHER CHURCH Special Train Woman and Destination Carries Remarkable Her Only Knew of Her Household to Friends Few DISTINCTION FOR SHARON Largest Engine In the World to Be Set Up In That The largest gine In the world is about to installed in the Sharon plant of the Car negie Steel It will have a capacity of Two of the castings weighed 118 tons Five special reinforced 100ton flat cars were built expressly to transport the recordbreaking machine fcom the Western Allls shops of the AllisChal mers company to When set op the engine will weigh without foundation plates or flywheel 550 Its enormous the engine will require the services of only one Constructed to op erate the rolls in a steel it has to be quickly reversed at the end of each as the load varies at the end of a few moments from nothing to the maximum power Shot to Death While Oil Ple naugh et Warren was fatally wounded by one of a party of foreigners who were firing revolv ers in celebration of a Pie nangh was shot in the neck and his windpipe severed and he died in a few He was prominent in prohi bition and church circles and was kneeling In prayer preparatory to re tiring when Nine Polanders were arrested on but were discharged after having paid fines tor disorderly Going Back to Old Beginning 1 Pennsylvania Railroad company will in force the two and onehalf oeaU per mile rate which was in force previous to the enactment of the two Mnt fare law recently knocked out by the state supreme This change in fare applies to all portions of the Pennsylvania railroad In the state of Including the Buffalo and Allegheny Valley and Conemaugh divisions and the Philadelphia and i Tolls First for His While Samuel was testing a new bell it bad placed In a church tower at DaJlstown he remarked I wonder Whose death it will first The day Conways wife was re tarBlBf from a pleasure trip and died of heart The new Ml tolled for at ksr Mary Baker founder and bead of the First Church of left her Pleasant In this and by a circuitous route in a special train went to Chestnut to a house recently pur chased by the Christian Science de whore she will reside per Eddy was accompanied by her Calvin Archibald one of the trustees for Eddys the Irving a Christian Science and a dozen other men and women of the Christian Science be Eddy left in a special train consisting of an engine and three cars over tho Boston and Maine Her train was preceded by a light en gine and another engine followed after a brief Eddys departure caused the greatest surprise among the people of this very few of whom suspected that such a move was Investigation showed that a carload of furniture and one of Eddys car riages were shipped from Pleasant View to Brookline last Profes sor Herman first reader of the church of Christian Scientist in this and his wife have been left in charge of Pleasant but neither of them could be seen to find out what were the ultimate plans con cerning the Eddy first came to this city in 1889 and In 1891 built Pleasant except for carriage drives about the she has not left so far as since following state ment was given out from the office of Alfred head of the Christian Science publicity bureau The Official The Mary Baker discov erer and founder of Christian has moved from to a suburb of The Lawrence which has been re has been quietly furnished for Eddy and her Only a very few of Eddys friends knew of her contemplated This move was not prcmiptedby any suddbn It Is known to some of Eddys friends that she has for some years been considering the advisability of returning to this Her purpose Is to be more con venient to the mother church of the nearer to Its headquar The wholo including the preparation of the was in keep Ing with Eddys usual way of doing She weighs matters de liberately and then acts The most unusual scene attended the arrival of the special train at Chestnut Hill There were seven closed carriages to meet and convey the party to the Lawrence es The flfth carriage In the the smallest of all and the least con was occupied by Calvin her and an other apparently a The Lawrence home was reached at Just One by one the men and women of the party alighted gathering about tho massive porch at the front stood In line on either side from the carriage stepcto tbe When the carriage of Eddy drove up to the porch Calvin Frye was the first to leave it and fol lowing him catne the other Lean Ing back into the the big powerful of gathered up the frail form of Wrapped in a long sealskin with a black bonnet trimmed with violets on her head and with her hands protected by white she was carried gently up the steps In the big mans arms through tho long line of who murmured softly as she Then she was takeu upstairs in the house and placed in what will be her own private room on the or Common wealth Six Armed Men on rRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Con 6tin while applying for work In a mine at Archbald was killed by a fall of Lester Hamilton of while attempt Ing to board a freight train here to ride to was New foxhound belonging to James Stewart of Parnassus has been on the trail of a fox for a week and refuses to aban don the to the medical examination ID the Butler public schools only 54 children out of a total of are without physical Virginia Mnloy died In a Plttsburg hospital from a bullet wound accidentally In flicted by her tenyearold who was playing with his fathers Red age was accidentally shot and killed by his brother age The bullet penetrated the boys They were shooting at a nails lodged crosswise in his Charles walked five miles to a physician and then waited until the doctor returned front a profes sional I Jessie Me age parted with a large section of cuticle from her It was used in a skingrafting by which It is hoped to save her fathers Mu a young was arrested in the Sewickley postoflice on a charge of sending Black Hand letters to Rich ard son of the lata Senator and I a premature explosion of dynamite John Wheelers burg lost both arms and Joseph Ste vens his Wheelersburg can not They were blasting a stack at the Etna coasting at a bob sled hit a telephone killing George Matheny of Bridgeport and seriously injuring Albert Bernard Shaf Paul Lewis and Clyde Bell of Ster age a was found dead In an 8x10 room of a build ing which he His boast was that he had never spent a cent for to bacco or liquor and had never touched a playing j i of the Peace Oscar and Georgo I fought a pistol duel on the streets of Summers was shot but will The squire had ordered Summers to stay away from his first train was run over the Improvements on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad The improvements consist of a new carrying trains through the city on elevated and a Kaublc while driving home from Ne this was held up by She lashed her horse and then When Kauble recovered she found that the horsa had outdistanced the thugs and had taken her Trouble has overtaken George living a few miles west of this His wife is lying at the point of death from his eighteen monthsold got hold of a bottle of laudanum and swallowed enough to cause his severe storm has boon experienced through out the Wheeling At Mounds ville a lightning bolt struck the new high school destroying the town as well as damaging the Rlvermen are looking for a big as the rains are reported to be general through the upper Ohio Myers and Arthur Simpson of Inde pendence had a battle with At the Myers home the rats ate victuals and dragged a tablecloth beneath a Myers tried to drive them They swarmed over He shouted for assistance and a Both men were bitten In many Ten rats were Oollle Hawkins was shot dead in an TRIALS Story of How Capitol Cost Being Told in Dauphin County Court FIVE DEFENDANTS AT THE BAR Inside Facts AboutFurnishing of Pennsylvanias Gaudy Capitol Being Brought Out In Public for First son first of the thirtyseven criminal suits against former state contract ors and others connected with the building and furnishing of the new capitol of Pennsylvania was brought to trial in the Dauphin county court today before Judge The de fendants in the suits listed for trial first are Architect Joseph Huston and Contractor John Philadelphia former Auditor General William Spring City for mer State Treasurer William Math and James former superintendent of public grounds and The de fendants are charged in these suits with conspiracy to defraud the state out of by falsifying the weight and measurement of certain furnishings supplied by Sanderson un der his per foot and per pound contract with the board of grounds and The prosecution has select ed five cases against these defendants to be tried Others to Be Tried The suits against Congressman Burd Cassel of the Pennsylvania Con struction which supplied the metallic furniture for the who Is under indictment on charges of con spiracy and false and the remaining eight defendants in these prosecutions will be tried The prosecution will be conducted by At torney General who will be as sisted by James chief coun sel for the legislative committee which investigated the charges of fraud As sistant Deputy Attorney General Cun State Senator John Fos of Harrlsburg and District Attorney The defense will be represent ed by leading members of the Phila delphia Including Samuel former Dis trict Attorneys Bell and Ro tbermel and Charles Bergner and Lyman Gilbert of Harrlsburg and Having ft Its attempt to de lay the trials by a motion to continue the suits against Shumaker on the ground that he is not physically able to go to It Is expected the next move of the defense will be to ask that each of the defendants be tried sepa Enormous Profits The total cost of the capitol was of which was ex pended by the building commission for construction and by the board of grounds and buildings for Sandersons contract amounted to and his profit in some Instances Is alleged to have been as much as per Hus ton designed the capitol and the fur nishings ami received in commissions more than Shumaker Is ac cused of having failed to audit the bills of Sanderson and other contract ors and with having accepted Hustons certifications that tbe work was ac cording to Mathues is alleged to have paid the bills without having them and Snyder Is said to have passed the bills without having them Will Show the Many of tlie furnishings supplied by Sanderson and other contractors will be produced by the commonwealth be fore the and experts will be called to show that they are not up to the specifications and that the prices were excessive and not according to contract Experts in metallic and wood en marble and other fur nishings will be called as witnesses by each Shumaker was taken ill during the legislative Investigation last spring and up to Saturday had been confined to tis home at Johnstown iwith multiple His attorneys and physicians said he was not able to stand but Judge Kunkel refused to continue Lne cases against him and he came to The other defendants and their lawyers are here prepared to co to National Bank of North America cf New York in Hands of the Comptroller WITHSTOOD RUN FOR TEN DAYS ABOLISH CARD SYSTEM Mtneowners at Demand of Legislature Make of the legislature state that a meeting has been held by prominent members of the mineowners association and that the abolishment of the card sys tem has been agreed In view of reported action members of the assembly announce that the state po Presldent Havemeyer of the Bank An nounces Conclusion of Directors to Close Its Doors So That Alt De positors May Be Treated New Havemeyer of the National Bank of North America announced In a state ment issued last night that the direct ors of the bank had decided to re quest the comptroller of the currency to assume charge of the affairs of the President Havemeyer said that ow ing to persistent rumors afloat for the last ten days there had been a con tinuous drain on the resources of the and the Indications were that the withdrawals would be so heavy today that the bank would be unable to meet President Have meyer said that the action In placing the affairs of the bank under the charge of the comptroller of the cur rency bad been taken to insure that all depositors would be treated President Havemeyer said that he believed the bank Is entirely solvent and that with a careful liquidation the stockholders will receive par for their The National Bank of North America has a capital of and on August 22 at which time a re port was made to the comptroller of the showed deposits of This sum had been largely WHOLE EDITFOFTSUPPRESSED and f Dually decreased by withdraw alB during and subsequent to the Daily Policy of Morgantown Changed at Moments Morgantown political reasons a special edition of copies of the Morgantown Post was seized and suppressed last even ing following a directors when the minority who had editorial control of the were forced out and a new aet o offi cials were Under the old management the pa per favored who is run ning against Secretary of State Swlsher for the Republican nomina tion for The new manage ment is under control of local men representing Stephen who favors Swishers The spe cial edition was put out by the old but was seized by offi cers of the law as the papers were being dispatched to the postofflce and distributed among the Whipped by Night Rodgers was called out by seventy five night riders and severely whipped with buggy Rodgers is a mem ber of the but is alleged to have sold his tobacco outside of the Several shots were fired Into his house and all telephone wires were panic and on the date of the next showed deposits of and cash on hand of Since that according to The assemblymen are holding an impromptu caucus on a law to do away with blacklisting and boycotting In any These are to be made felonies with severe The governor has not mentioned such a measure to the and if lie does not It cannot come up for As the session is limited to twenty there may not be time for any legislation except the police IS BEATEN Black Hand Spares Life on Promise of cienata of Gallon received a Black Hand letter threatening death unless he appeared five miles east of Bacyrus with Re was there at tho ap pointed but was short part of the He was brutally beaten but was allowed to live on a promise to secure Mazienata Is a mn siclan and has been driven from plree to place by the Black At Co lumbus he killed a member of tie Cush a wealthy farmer of has received a letter signed by the Black Hand demanding 29 or his home and his barns will FLOTILLA AT BUENOS AYSES Commander Cones Fleet eomed to Argentine Buenos Argentine by a division of Argentine torpedo the Amarl can torpedo which left Rio Janeiro entered the pct of Buenos the arrival being wit nessed by a great crowd of President Havemeyers statement the j A few minutes later Commandant deposits have shrunk Btlll further and today amount to a little more than The which had been known as the biggest of the Morse string of financial underwent a re organization in Alfred reno of the ministry of marine went aboard the Whlpple and welcomed the American officers in behalf of the gov ernment of the Argentine Every boat in the American flotilla Is in excellent condition and passage here without a The Curtis was succeeded by Have1 boats will remain here until Thursday meyer as the former becom ing vice president in place of who retired from the Institu On 14 there was a further Curtis being dropped from the vice presidency and from the board of Comptroller of the Currency Ridge ly came to New York ton and held a conference with the banks Burglars Secure Bur tlars entered the jewelry store of Darcy and took goods valued at to wild fJtubb M be unfolded scientific pa artjule states tlwt Immediately the whole great house upstairs room of her home at Chief a nearby mining and her John was in the IB a prisoner in the county jail and a charge of murder will be placed against Ellsworth who was also In the has been placed under Hawkins claims his wife killed a public address before a grangers so ciety Director James Stewart of the West Virginia agricultural experi mental station expressed the opinion that the pure food which went into affect 1 IB rendered a nullity because of the provision that all artl clti shall be analysed by the chemist of the state agricultural department He says that noiucb offlcei Might Have An austere looking lady walked into n furriers and aukl to the i should like to purchase a What fur demanded the To keep my uauila you idiot exclaimed the burst forth Into and from every window came the where before but a light had buraed Trunks and grips were passed in and soon all but one of the party had passed Into the Calvin Frye remained behind and was closely pressed fot Information by newspaper men Absolutely refusing to give any names of those In the party or to make any he turned to six powerful men who stood near him and ordered that every person be at once put off the Than he turned and entered the At 8 oclock the light in Eddys room was a little later the servants passed from the house to their and tbe first night in her new home had begun for Six men remained on guard through the night and today six others will take their Within a week permits hare been Issued by the Brookline police for the men to carry and it is believed the night ana six bjr day will be some r IVWre A Distinction a EUltotvTTou story has to be so to in our Authot FURNITURE If 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 were cleaned up to the limit A visit to our store will aat Isfy YOU aa U pthere that we have the right at the right THE QIBSOH No Time to said the young entering I ho I sent you 11 communication yesterday Well asked the irlm faced 1 thought perhaps you might give mo n reply to my re c I VVnlt a unit Are you the man that sent this ac count for for fur my daugh ter 7 sir Then yon arc the uni1 tlmt left this Mil for for her My oommu Then it must IIP tbU for for My note one asking if I might have your daughters You want to miirry her gasped turning over the pile of he inwd Take young man I dont your hut take her Shes talking about doing sotm mure London WEATHER West Virginia r Snow and Monday except enow In the mountains high northwest Weetern antf wider with high northeast winds except snow fltirrlM near Lake In touthweat DOLANS APPEAL TABLED Mine Workers at Indianapolis Conven tion Take Adverse na tional convention of mine workers have placed Patrick the former leader of Plttsburg district out side the pale of recognition by the big The committee that j heard Dolans plea for reinstatement declined to inalte any recommenda A delegate from Oklahoma moved that the whole matter be laid upon the table and this was done without a dis senting Adherents of Vice President Thomas Lewis had been expected to make a fight for but the sentiment of the convention was so overwhelmingly against such procedure that they rec ognized discretion as the better part of Dolans friends assert that the Lewis crowd will come out from cover in Mondays session and will make a determined effort to seat the deposed If the result of the count shows Lewis to have been elected national president over Congressman William It is morally certain that Dolans reinstatement will be one of the fruits of the COSTU Some Rare and Peculiar SubaUneei Used In A writer in Wlssen fuer Alle throwi some interesting light ou rare and pe cullar he points out would strike an ordinary observer a decidedly expensive at a pound ti change marks Into our coinage uutl told that it is composed of tho centra small portions only of the flowers o tbe of which it takes t make a Attar of roses sells a odd per and It takei or nearly five tons o to obtain one pound of the extracted from the root o Is said to be the vorj strongest poison the dose one sixhundredth of a It is sol at the rate of per Turning from the vegetable to when they will steam for Sandy in the Magellan to join the battleship Hermit Leaves Large Amos a hermit who recently died at at the of ninety an estate valued at timber and farmsiarief lawyers find he owned thirtyfive farms in one county of West McElflah would visit public sales dressed like a After de ciding to purchase he would act like a lunatic and make ridiculous offers un til the auctioneer would knock down the property to him at a figure to get rid of not thinking the man had money with which good his The moment the prop erty was declared his McElfish would produce the Rescuers Dig In of Paul twentyone years of who was caught in a caveIn In a gravel pit near was recovered last It became known that forts to reach Jones while he was alive had failed when his head was Food which had been passed through a tube in the belief that the imprisoned man still alive after the caveIn was He had apparently been killed by the falling gravel and Elks to Protect bers of West Virginia lodges of Elks will form a state association to pro tect the orders emblem from Improper Delegates from a number of lodges at a meeting here took the pre liminary steps toward the organisa which will attempt to prevent colored lodges of a similar title from organizing In the state and from wear ing the official badge of the Orange Crop Breaks San orange crop harvest of now in full in quantity and in quality promises to break all previous rec The fruit exchanges of the state estimate that tho total output of or anges will reach about or or The harvest will last until July Monongah Mines 6 and B s gah mines 6 and of the Fair mont Coal In which the ex plosion of 6 killed 860 will resume operations Aa work animal world In search of rare drugs I men were putting the finishing touches the writer refers to tho musk on they found the bodies of Asiatic which at to an James a trapper and ounce must bo a prize to the wily In some of tbe tropical sous a sweet smelling mass of am bergris is met with worth at present per or per pound In the The ambergris la said to be tbe diseased biliary product of the Another peculiar product in use as a drug la a solution of the pure venom of the given occasionally In malignant scarlet Had Why dont ypu BUI would Iw HlwiiiWiy CftjM i iny literary i flPfP Truthful Mark Twain ouw iuhgud the tetter which should tuluMi Uten to He did not wire nuj esci ills telegram to ujfi employer took form My train left at I at the station at fSUA and catch it J Right being eqttwly too   

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