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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING BSTABLISHBD 2 CBNT8 FBR English Doctor New Name to Disease Afflicting Harry Thaw MANICDEPRESSIVE INSANITY That During Outbreak In ton thaw Ordered Twenty of to Cool Fevered Hummel May Testify ThaW de tense closed its case with manlcde preBslve insanity as the explanation of the death of Stanford White at th of the young Plttsburg million Today the prosecution gJa its evidence In rebuttal and tho caae should go to the Jury by Wed night or Thursday pis trlct Attorney Jerome will the appointment ot a commission t take the testlmonjr of Abraham Hum the disbarred and law er who Is confined In the penitentiary on Blackwells Island and who is sal to be too 111 to appear in Mr Littleton of the defense Badhe woulc any such whereupon Justice Dowling announced tbat If nec essary he would go to the island him self in company with the de and his to preside at the taking of Hummels The It was would not be compelled to take the night trip across the Thaw seemed delighted at the prospect of the to the grim shores of New York citys penal smiled broadly at tha courts Jerome Tamed District Attorney Jerome disappoint ed a crowded courtroom when he re frained from his tactics of last year baiting the expert witnesses for the three of ns and Jelliffe declared that Thaw at the time he killed Stanford White was suffering from ouch a de fect of reason as not to know the na ture or quality of his Justice Dowllng made a most im portant Inquiry of the He leslred to know the exact nature of manicdepressive insanity and if the attacks were likely to He also aaked if a person suffering from thts form of insanity be likely to commit He learned that it was a recurrent form of mental disor the attacks coming suddenly and a period of insanity being followed by a maniacal out then by a period of complete depression and then by another lucid It seemedthat the presiding i I Which to predicate judicial actiontn the event of a verdict of not guilty on the ground of insanity or of a straight Even iu the latter It waa pointed Justice Dowling would have the right to have Thaw for Produces New An English one of three foreign men of medicine who first gave the name of manlcdepres or subacute mania to tho INOfePERDESTS LOSE TRUSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF to Supreme Court Against Rail the Pittsburg rcadi exchange has restimed opera In an opinion tionB after having been closed three by Justice Peckham the supreme court of tho United States decided the York and and the clly torn having cat throat of the grip Mo The case preW out of the Oil rivalry between the Standard 011 comllflrt whowlth hls wife and daughter pany and the independent oil refiners was thrown over an embankment by a of Western Pennsylvania and Involved traln hHtltffe their died at the a charge of bythe Gilbert is in road companies agaiuYt the Independ ent it alleged among ether things that tha privilege of shipping in tank cars permitted to the was denied the other com The matter at first was brought to the attention of theInterstate com merce commission and that body is sued an order of reparation requiring railroadcompanies to pay dam ages with the entire sum amounting about The rail road cbmpanles took the cane Into the TJnltedStates circuit court for the western district of by carloUs is on here citizens are stocking np at prices that excite the of neigh boring Rimofmlne Is delivered at resiliences cents and screen coal at 10 claimed Its 169th victim of holo canst In the Rhoads Opera House two weeks ago when Rosle wife of Charles to buirts received during the panic overthe recent death of MAY BAR UNION MEN Law Against Such Discrimination elded OLD QUESTION BOBS UP Senate Discusses Alleged Slavery Philippine In mm constttn1 to he tionality of the act of congress Of surprise of everyone the subject Miners President SayS Will June prohibiting railroad comslavery haa been in the pantes In Interstate commerce from Secretary Taft was discriminating against members of Accept When Term Expires which the order was That Conrad agn sixty of was by the committed suicide at circuit of appeals for tiie third ner Brave In Woodlawn cemetery by circuit and the Independent swallowing carbolic His body refiners brought the case to the found stretched across the am ployos of the Pennsylvania locomo tive repair known as the Al toona machine who have been working thirtytwo hours a for some were notified that the prome which affirmed the deci sion of the court of Judge but the Promptly Culprit A correspondent sends In the follow ing account of an Incident which oc curred in his presence In a Kentucky courtroom Under the laws of Kentucky the wnalty for gaming is a One of from 120 to Judge Jones was lolding a term of circuit and when the case of the commonwealth f Kentucky against Daniel Cross was ailed he asked Daniel If he had a tiwyer to defend Daniel said he md and Judge Jones asked him vhnt he wanted to do about his vhlch was a charge of I dont said I thought I would just pay It Wore you actually playing said lie i giioss we Daniel About how much wore you playing Daniel the judge nothing Bald Just a nickel or dime on the tho I sec your dime ami raise you Uanlel looked rather crestfallen for moment catching tho force of IP judges lie quickly looked I lit the judge ami iin satisfied have got me but ALLfES ON iStl charged with having a knowledge of i bor has beerudenled by slavery In the The debate the United Stales supreme Tlie was made pertinent by the sections of opinion by Justice Harian nud the bill revising the criminal code Of held the law to be repugnant to tlie tte United States which pfovldepen allies for dealing In V court that as Hale asserted that such jjrovl Western Federation ftor mechanic of the Louisville imd slons should be stricken as Nashville Railroad had a gArded slavery as obsolete In right td discharge an Ijecause United States and he could see nerea he was a member of labor for referring to Senator Hep tlon just asit was the ompjoyes right In charge of declared to such employjiumt because ot that not only Is there Immoral traffic hw membership In such In while but that coolie labor Jnsdce a the form of d L In whljh he said I ho and added that actual MHCn11 wmouneed to the con courtsdecision proceeds along slavery la still maintained in the fthll ventlon thf United ipplne The street railway systems of the HAYWOOD MAKES AN ADDRESS Closer Between two Qrwri Mlnei em ploy ere for troubles Ip the narrow fiot nnoro fnnn nnn Pint COSTS Mi of tuit he did to hod any office In the Organisation District of Columbia and the flnanalal after bis retirement as president April 5uostlon occupied the time of tho This will stop a movement to From ot latter him placed at the head of an advigory th6fl Architect nf Pennsylvanias Capitol Turn States Evidence IS GRANTED SEPARATE TRIAL Bhumakers Attorneys Same Fa But Are Se lected and Taking of Teitimony May Begin Kunkel fea ture of the first day of the trial of the capltol which began In the Dauphin county court before President Judge was the Akron Is becoming the tightest agreement of the commonwealth to shBps would be cloned until age of visited a brother here for a few hours then took a room at a local Later ho was found nearly dead and on a table were empty bottles which nad contained carbolic acid and The poison was purchased Ho died in a few the rule of the new William Saw Ohdivided support to town In Before nls election Saw yer said he would make Akron tho best governed city In the Sev eral saloons have been wine separate trial for Architect Joseph The commonwealth objected to the motions of Hustons four code fendants for separate which rno EXPENSIVE rices That Prevailed Before the In vention of in tho present day It seems very strange to read about tho prices of books before the invention of King Alfred gave 11 very large es tate for a book on Hie year 1174 prior of mental condition of Sydney SwitUhVB at purchased or Russell Wells London made the diagnosis during an outbreak by Thaw inLondon in 1899 with a normal Thaw demanded that the tho monks of In Oxford Bedes Homilies nud Aus tins Psalter for twelve measures of bnrley and a pall on which was em IJJIl HJ walls of his rooms In a nursing home In silver the history or bo torn down so that he might have air uirluus convcrtlnB si Snxon and that twenty tons of ice be put in Aliout the year HOO n copy of Joht the apartment to cool Means Roman de la Hose was for 10 or about The Countess of Anjou paid for I of the Homilies of e apiirwDBiiii tu uuui in iiiuuu o Littletons which was before the pnlnoe at answered by the three was a complete resume of the with the as District Attorney Je ui rome pointed of the testimony of of 200 flve James Clinch brotherinlaw of of wheat imd the snmo quan Stanford who talked with Thaw of rye for fifteen minutes just on the roof of Madison Square question contained sdme rooms and stalls have been abolished tlons were overruled by the and Sunday selling Tho fffecommbiweanh In slxweeksold agreeing to a separate trial for Hus which times threatened to wlje out the 6f this city and 1 in nuiuu uo uuyusen UUUQao which estimated at eured currencjr and proposition have beenpresideuV Mid more was conflned looking to the establishment ot a cen hav been preaident in fact as well asIn and my successor Senator Culberson of Texas again should have satae opportunltlwitd the vice president whether carry dutliis the secretary of the tjeastiry had re piled to the senate resolution adopted of the Western Federation before the holiday calling for addressed He attrib information the recent is uted all of the and troubles in sue of canal The vice the western lead coal mines stated that reply had to the operators failure to keep their if been of the state contracts with the 1 thor of ments n the occupied by will was invaded by the which from mado thalr mrov irura inc commiliee on uuiicu TTUIKBOJ oi f nartl T report on a currency measure we asked not Only for the financial V sbom be ln tator Port of the United Mine tot Stock or boots and unoes was The fl Joods Co dntr f r the greater part of the loss was for a Closer relationship soon have Federation ot Miners and ttnance a United Mine Workers olAnSriS stock of boots and shoes was BURGLARS UNDER TEN Two Babies and Small Boy Steal Whisky and matlon for by the senate reso before that report is It seems to me there has been ample Mae for the secretary to answer this resolution and that the delay Is unfor tunate because we are unable to have Louis Jan 28Three Taf8 thttt comnllt Thomas five years old brother age and Harrr twelve under arrest on suspicion have confessed to the LliardlnStomaoh He nnlfon thot thov Vipnira intn police that they broke Into and looted the saloon of Anton a dog is a curiosity that Abel a three miles eouth of shows to scores of It whines for its trees strange cats and architect will turnstates evidence and tell all he knows of the alleged frauds In the furnishing of the new Counsel for the common delights In chasing small Kane wealth decline to affirm or deny this has already tho little bossleto Walt and Is all they will stand on its hind legs and shake George Graham of counsel tor Huston said last night that It was not unusual for the court to grant a sev wine and With much gusto Harry Arter said I stole mammas hatchet and put It under my We got Into the cella a de cree by Judge Evans the sheriff of Montour county Is allowed thirtyfive cents a day for boarding the prison down a ernnce In consplra6y Qrar also said thnj Huston had been to crawl The burglary was committed at 4 oclock In the HE for moral support atr He atfeed that all coal miners have their con tracts expire at the same time1 they can give each other mutual support President Mitchell then He he Is opposed to sympathetic I have watched hies and conditions as closely aa any said I have not seen any benefit accrue from any sympathetic Should the Western Federa tion ot ask us u go on a strike repui willwe table physician ahd no zoologist will whit good wlU 1 do tee makes its SAYS SURFACE accept as true the that any lizard or other reptile or amphibian can live in the human stomach tor ten says State Zoolpglst Surface in a bulletin on the lizards of which he is preparing for general distribu Surface says there1 has been considerable discussion of tills itiswell established that many ptients suffering from stomach Iron severe can Cleveland letter has yet been subpenaed as a witness by Canonsburg been received by Chairman Haserot the Of we A big of the club from Senator know nolhlng about tho way the com stopped In time to avoid bitting him Charles Dick stating that the latter monwealth will conduct the would be unable to attend the other Defendants Surprised ley day banquet of the club on Tne alacrity with which the nesdav evening A similar letter monwealth agreed to a separate trial had previously been received from for Huston evidently was a surprise Senator Secretary of War to the attorneys for his Taft Is to be the principal speaker Contractor John former ues and Plttsburg to New the throttle of the packet bound for Pilot for the defendants take are among the despised In ordei that he might pre pare an intelligent bulletin on the M specimens found in this Suar Wolfe refused to board the car ana Iace made a carefui study of their ride across the trestle and persisted in I methods and dates his leisurely walk the The Qf care of eggs and conductor and motorman hut abundance and numer the more they protestea the Blower he It was worth the price to see a street car crew show some regard for other said as he handed the money over to a Taft Goes to Secretary ous other not see that it would do us any good to have the metalliferous miners on strike if we coal were out on Coal can be mined when gold miners are not bnt gold not be mined if there Is no Mitchell urged miners to coni tlnue the contract He admit ted that In extreme cases sympathetic strikes would very materially assist in the accomplishment of labors purposes and in such cases he would favor1 He thought a closer BAILEY NOT PRESENT Texan Absents Himself From Dinner In Bryans New jands of Nevada gave a dinner last narrowly esca ped wreckin not knowing that the engineer was doad and unable to answer Clark resided at Zanesvllle He is the third man to meet a sudden death Rheumatism Cannot Be Cured Unless Uric0 is Used Sudden Heart Failure and Are Caused by Poisonous Uric and Rheumatic The rheumatic person is skeptical regarding the claims of almost any remedy as a cure for matisrn and one can scarcely blame him for being All the plasters and liniments combined never actual ly cured a case of They may relieve It in one but It is sure to break out somewhere only true way to cure rheuma tism is to drive it from the system ever entirely freo from the trouble This is where the value of UricO as acid remains in the one s for as long as the uric and rheumatic a permanent cure for rheumatism iomes It seeks out the rheuma In when Louis of France honowcd the works of Itlmsis iblan from tho faculty oi at Paris ho only deposit H by way of pledKO considerable ijiiuiitity or in to procure a iiobliMiinn to join with Him as surety In ti binding him under a grout forfeiture to restore tlie Made Him a Farmer Jones to timiiuur Tlieve wasnt a bitur wntir iluwg Uv In until you shoot In1 Biiits took cowln1 Now Ms Miles that hed sink to iluImttom opportunity to j city tomorrow After consultation the attorneys Sanderson stated to thecourt that they would not ask for a severance for their The attorneys for the on the steamer Loreaa j threp defendftnt8then moved for indication trials on the plea that it ot the falling off In business is shown wouid prejudice their cases 10 be tried by a decrease In the number of freight j0intiy In overruling cars moved In December and January tbege motions Judge Kufckel said the railroad lines east of Altoona In defendants would be afforded their TV f jinuuo Taft will leave tonight for Cleveland ht jn honor of wmlam Jennings to give to address the Tippecanoe club otthat Bryaili who B a guest of the senator at his country and Southern N0w JerconBtitutlonal rights to have their shows that there was cases fully pre8ented and argued and an approximate decrease of that tUe reason8 trials on lines in The Dewere not comber report shows a decrease of Neither Huston nor Shumaker ap 000 cars as compared with Decem peaved in Shumaker was ex ter cused on the plea of his counsel that Philadelphia charge his physical condition is such that he of unlatVul Abating upon which the cannot stand the strain of sitting in Pamden iron works was convicted and the room aH KSM W5WSWS tfssTttssZZi Those invited to the dinner were one half of tbe Democratic members of the according to the alphabet ical arrangement of names in the con gressional Senator New lands has arranged for a similar din ner when the other half of the Democratic senators will be The Invited guests last night were Senators Bankhead Jeff Latlmer and Senator Bat the Ohio and Alexander Howt president of the Kansas elected delegates to the interns tlonal mining congress which meets at Unemployed Asff for to petition the city for work for the un employed and with strips of red rlb hon in their men gathered in the public doming in processions fiom all parts of A squad of police was on hand to keep The crowd were foreigners and the were made In other than the EnSBMi Petitions to the ciy council asking that it authorize the mayor to proceed with public improvements ir respective of bond issues adopt No arrests were Chicago Grain 5 local market closed strong today on of a scarcity ot grain In the f fanners in tho The May delivery gained during tbe day H wit Corn was up interstate comm w have Jim Crow telephones as well JJJ consequently the Cam the attorneys as Jim Crow cars if the senate gulatlng telegraph and telephone to obtain separate trials and lectlou of the are Patrick farmer Jo aio gepft plpemaker Howard a was and herhuB laborer could not have been Myer8 Lode flf William tand probably fatally Injured while Harry Hart In an effort to prop UP a log it slipped uveryman George Oc poison in the muscles and renders it inert and harmless and drives itout ot the That hi why Urlc0 is such an admirable effective cure for chief reason that UrloO IB such a wonderful cure for rheumatism to that It designed and prepared to cure rheumattem and only W composed of perfect antl dotea for the rheumatic acid polaon ff tte That IB the secret ot RbeumatlBm Pittsburg 2 yellow $lC.75@n7.2B 1 pVe and knocked sitea iahorer William and rolled down the bank andthecou Albert clerk Wll rinTOfl HF 2 28 33U Ohio York full cream Ohio Wisconsin Swiss the log rolling over Myers farmer Amos head and chest were flnitw and wilUam Myers escaped with a hroken nose tub1 and muny but it is feared be Injured a retired mining When the court adjourned Kunkel Instructed the to allow nobody to speak to them about ease nor It among CattloBeceipts 116 loads tidy of Denver was found dead in or to read about It In the Colonnade hotel The taking ot testimony will exist In ft fat half clothed and a half clasped between the coroners physlclai de was caused by cerebral In room with coiifreSiiw Wa8 found upright In a aWy Degin In the oau which tried the commonwerith ul luj that WM of In FURNITURE If you want furniture now IB the time to buy when you can find everything in stock that IB 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 ot cot tage the thing for You can use them on your porch or lawn to the daytime and use Ujem tor a bed at night Our evergrowing twde en ables UB to carry a full line ol uptodate Furniture which sell at such reasonable that we never have anything but staples on Oui Christmas goods wore cleaned up to the limit A visit to our will isfy YOU aa it baa many that we have the right at the right May options closed ley of Texas was not Senator Newlands Bald that no ppi Htical significance attaches to the din1 Ho tbat Demo cratic policies Jn matters of legislation might be Three Schoolgirls Five girls ranging in years from nine thirteen on their way to went on a frozen pond to slide when they broke through the ice into twelve leet of Three were and the other two were rescued after a hard Those drowned were Lizzie Mary Jager and Liz A man employed at a laoe mill near by saw the girls go through the He gave the alarm and a number of men went to the res One of the men found that one of the girls was hie own 1 and he rescued her at the of i Several of the other had narrow escapes California Bank Long Cltl sens bank of Ihla city an nounced its About three months ago the bank took advantage of the ninety day requirement rule for an4 since expJraUro ol that It the been greater than wk has been able to Oirt Jan 60V8 PISOS Conquer That Couiih Dont no around with a niortgiiKB on your Every day that you let It tlie itbtcr Us grip Tbu cougU becomes more violent and the M Icato bronchial passages get inilanied under continual hacking thu lungs become lacerated under tho conataolly Burring With Plsoys Cure there Is a soolhlPK an4 healinif effect upoo cnliro respiratory mu cous membrane It has test CofneiiU   

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