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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING R HBTABLISHED WEDNESDAY 2 CENTS PER PER CENT Sandersons Profit on Famous Ros trums Introduced by State in Capitol Graft Trials DEFENSE VIGOROUSLY OBJECTS Measurements of These Articles by Man Who Made Them Fall to Indi cate What System of Measurement Was Used In Billing fey the man who manufactured number of cubic feet nor surface upon which Contractor John Sanderson bases his defense la the trial of the capltol conspiracy could be found In the mahogany rostrums in the senate and house cau cus rooms of the capltol to equal the number of feet charged against the state by the Sanderson collected from the state for these rostrums at the rate of and paid John Wilt of the subcontractor who manufactured giving the contractor a profit of or per Photographs of the rostrums were put in evidence by the common wealth after which Wilt testified that they measured surface or cubic or feet board and that of the feet board measure only foet were The commonwealth then showed by the invoice Sanderson billed the rostrum to the state as containing Rothermel of the de fense objected to the Introduction of the insisting that if the rostrums were to figure as exhibits the Jury should be taken to the capltol and permitted to inspect all the fur Cunningham replied that the commonwealth had no objec tion to taking the jury to the but Judge Kunkel said this was un auMeesary as the only question In volved was that of for Single By one of tho throne chairs in the honse chamber the commonwealth that the bill for these chairs not true to while the chair the state f at the of per A s lieutenant g Compared wftli Sh Invoice approved by Shumaker as received in good con dition found that tho Invoice was approved and the bill paid twenty days before the goods were actually The purpose was to show a fraudulent approval by Letter Shows This letter was found last winter hr the accountants of the capltol Investi gation in tba letter file of the depart ment Of grounds and The commonwealth tried to prove by Stan ford assistant of Architect that the signature to the let ter was that of but Lewis said he did not think It The com monwealth then tried to show by Lewis the signature was that of John a clerk In Sandersons The defense waived the right to have the signature and the letter was then temporarily withdrawn to afford the prosecution an opportu nity to prove that tho furniture re 1 ferred to in It was to the same furni ture that had been approved by Shu maker twenty days before It was A new line of testimony will be offered by the commonwealth Just before court adjourned the state attorneys stated to the court that they had already established the fact that Hustons certificate to the furnishings In its original form simply certified that Sanderson was entitled to so much money on his It was then offered to prove that Snyder re quired Huston to change the form of certificate as to include the number of pounds and Item number and that the architect served notice on Snyder that while he would make the change he would make no weighing or measuring of the The dc objected to this but Its ob jections were overruled by tho French Slaughter London news agency publishes a dispatch from Tan gier saying there has been a battle between the French and the Moors near in which Moors were killed or wounded and in hlch the French losses amounted to 160 Including four Tho with intrepid charged right up to the mouths of the guns until their corpses lay in great piles on the NO NEW TRIAL LINES UP Minority Leader in House Places Star Black Handers Withdraw Himself fttioh as silcll h6t cotntntt a crime and therefore tw advocated pol ishing the responsible heads of the Punish and you will not to punish any Remonstrants Fight Hard To Boycott the Yellow s South movement has been inaugu to boycott Asiatic traders employers of MERCYS Attorney for the Black Hand the Brothers Withdraws Pe tition for New The attorney for Alesandro Mlcco and Tony Mlcco asked the court to withdraw the motions for new trial and Hinted that he would make a plea for mercy when defendants were called for Attorney Called The case against Edward continued to sessions on account of the principal attorney for the de fendant being called Be Commonwealth John alias John accused of lar ceny of a revolver from the store of Carter brothers of and who was committed by Justice was sent to the reformatory at Hun dlngton but was returned for reason that the justice of the peace has no jurisdiction to send him He now enters a plea of guilty In open court and after good advice from the court sentence was suspended dur ing good Esther Evans David Evans and Lillian Edeburn Medo divorce case of Clarence Harris Louisa rcommends a Marriage Rldo Kilos South Sharon Pedru Veils South Sharon Frank Spanus Lake Twp Mary Montollon Lake Twp Richard Wood South Sharon Bell Sharon Edeburn Warren alias subpoenas were master In the Gilbert Welblc Wolf Creek Blanche Adams Venango John lato of Sharon Elizabeth Isaac late of Jackson Matthew late ofPymatun Ing Stephen Robert late of Lacknwan nock Mary Clara late of drove City James lato Of Salem Herman which he said Judge Williams hail disregarded this rule of The Court stated very emphatically that he bad not disregarded the rule In this or any other He said I will not quibble over a techni cality but If I were an attorney for a petitioner In the strained condition of affairs here on this 1 would surely comply to the letter with the rule of the Nebraskan DISCUSSES RECENT MESSAGE Declares U Doctrines Dan gerous to the Republic and Does Not Accord In Many Respects With Democratic debate on the Indian appropriation bill In the overlook any attempt to fool the Court or an attempt to get something before us that could not be done In the regular OUT NUMBER The Court will not be disposed to house of representatives was extended so as to permit its continuance until the close of the Williams was recognized at once for an hour taking for his text the presi Judge Williams then dictated a dents recent message which has been so thoroughly said he disa greed with Hepburns statement that the message met with the ap proval of the entire American ho there are things in rule to the stenographer to be plac ed on that hereafter any pe titioner or remonstrance not in ac cordance with the rules of this court will not be Moore said there was not a It federallstlc and danger not a school not an ous to the American not a physician on the pe he had tltion and only half of the business threatened the big four of the house speaker and Dal zell and he asserted Tho petitioners had 200 names and the remonstrants many of whom were women he Omitted last The Mercer The Mercer cases were optned at were just an much entitled to bo bya plea for license from heard as the men in this He representing called attention to the name the then took the Clawson on one paper and Charles position that conditions in Mercer Clawson on in different had never been BO good as they are handwriting of Reed and Thos never so good order and never Reed so good He claimed the pesame In same handwriting on the of the large uncouth tltion era had violated a rule of court signature of Crosby color in securing signers to the additional cd while the same appears netitlon when the original was being on another In a fine Spencerlan He read Judge Mehards if he can write like Ing that no additional names must be would be teaching penmanship in a solicited until the original petition business said is the object being to confine These discrepancies were explain both sides to the same period of ed Tho Reeds were fa ther and eon and other people had J for the petitionsigned for various persons at their cited In per foot and ran up the coat of the seat to It was also shown by the common wealth that many of Sandersons hills iwere paid without having the approval of the board of grounds and as required by law that the bills were not properly audited and that when there was enough money in the active state depositories to pay the bills Mathues diverted cash from the inactive to the active bnnka to pay the The commonwealth put in evidence a letter dated from San dersons ofllce to saying furniture hud been shipped that u If you 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 bed at night Our evergrowing tvade en ables us to carry a full line of uptodate Furniture which sell at such zeasonable price that we never have but staples on 0 Christmas goods were cl up to the A visit to our store w isfy you as H has many that we have the right at the right Ods THE RURNIT THE Passes Ohio one of the hardest fought contests ever wit nessed on the floor of tho Ohio senate thnt body adopted the joint resolution introduced by Senator Atwell of Licking county providing for submis sion to a vote of the people at aave election next November of an amen ment to the constitution providingfor the initiative and referendum ir state Twentythree were necessary to the adoption ptae luUon and twentyfive precast lor Seven Republicansjoined with the cumi Democrats in supports The Atwell resolution is adopted provides that tf a vote upon nay meaflnr rejected by the general assembly dull be signed by not less than 10 ft cent of the qualified voters of and upon any measure passed V the general as sembly shall be nofless than 5 per cent At least cent of the electors must every meas ure majority of the votes cast at are required to make the Tho latnre may and the courts maT any ratified by the but governor cannot veto it The assembly is also given I power to enot laws extendingthe ini tiative to legislation in and town TRLSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF ot river is frozen over time this and rep year Tramps fthe cold In the barn near Hosen his hospitality by hauBer of near killed a wildcat in bis public closed on account of the dis aster at the Rhoads Opera in many of the pupils There are many va cant postoffice place was entered and the safe blown to All the furniture was demolished and a part of tlie north wall blown The yeggmen se family belonging to William saved his home from destruction by jump ing upon the bed and awakening the who then discovered that tho house was on Governor Harris made application to the secre tary or state at Washington for ex tradition papers for the return of Gulseppe wanted in Asuta bula on a first degree murder were one week to very hour following the death of his wife one of the ittsburg andPort home He There how pass the dial legislation the president had rec He hoped to see the stand ard of rebellion raised by I and he said he hoped to see some of the things spoken of in the message enacted into He was not a hero worshiper and therefore he would con sider the message without any regard to the Theodore from whom the mesnage I shall consider he amid loud Dem ocratic just as if it had been a message emanating in the past from Grover Cleveland or William Mc Kinley or a message which more near ly resembles In its substance one to emanate in the future from the William Not Afraid of a Williams declared that he was not one of those who wereafrald of a radical in the white He dis cussed briefly the history of railroad rate legislation and insisted that it was of Democratic Returning to the presidents mes Williams said it was not de serving an allafoundveulogy upon NEW BETHLEHEM OBJECTS Glassworkers There Refuse to clttri New Joint confer ence of the window glass manufactu rers and workers is being held in Plttsburg president of the new the Na tional Window stated that the successor of the dissolved Amalgamated Window Glassworkera of America hat about practically com pleted the new Of the eightyfive covering nine in the old union eighty three have joined the View Faulkner One of the two locals still located at is working under a private agreement with the manufacturers in that and it will probably be twenty before they join the new The other local still out is at New which is putting up a They have reorganized as the Btoirersi and Gatherers Protective Juet whatwill come of this matter I cannot say at this All of the cutters and flatteners are joiningthe new as all featured to which they objected have been elim AllFairbanks Delegation have selected in district con Vantion twentysix delegates the national convention at Four delegatcsatrlarge will be chosen by the state convention April The dis trict conventions were the delegates in many districts being selected by In every dls trlct resolutions were adopted unanl mously indorsing the candidacy of Vice President Charles Fairbanks for the presidential nomination and hi structing the delegates to work Md rv BRYAlTfrTCtytC FORUM Nebraska Statesman Makes Address on the Subject of New the eighth commandment us his WH i Ham Jennings Bryan pointed out to the Civic forum last night the poMlt bill ties of larceny in violation of the law he said was Of still greater the operation of the declared the 03 i the Bervtce of the Pennsylvania com everSood things in He did not Heavy Imke this darling Mrs please JDIII do anything liter Hint You jiv not strong1 eiioujrh lor sneh heavy twentyone years a ap plied at the police bureau for a posi He surprised everybody by dem onstrating his ability to speak eight Lithuan Hunga rian and Me Gonigal of Lilly has been charged with attacking Miss Sallio Miss who Is about sixty years resides A man entered her house and choked lier til the blood ran from her She has Identified McGonlgal as the hope for the steamship which sailed from Jacksonville on 21 for Phil has practically been aban H is feared the vessel foun dered on the night of when one of tho greatest storms that has been known for years swept the North Atlantic the tenyearold son of Thomas president of the Fricj Coke was almost instantly killed in a coasting A wagon driven by a Hebrew peddler obstruct ed the The boys head struck a wheel of the wagon and his skuI was other MarkingDown Sacrifice on COATS and FURS We haVe 47 Coats and 50 pieces of Kurs we must sell Regardless of These garments and furs must go for what they will Furs at the price we offer them at is a good in vestment carry for another If we werefto continue business we would not sell these goods at these Are you getting your share E R M A N 8 M pany since Food Commissioner Dunlap caused warrants to be issued for Tom Nick George Paris and George Sou sants of Columbus for alleged viola tion of the pure food The ac cused are Greek proprietors ot street bootli quicklunch Dunlap says the men sell doped a and Martin a both of whom were members of the volunteer fire were in stantly killed and Fire Chief Buckles was badly injured by the falling of a wall during a Are which destroyed the Steel Two threestory build ings adjoining were Tho loss is Van Mad den was sentenced to 7 years in the penitentiary for burglary and Andy Miller to an indefinite period in the reformatory for the same Clif ford Patterson was sentenced to fif teen duys in the workhouse for lar In their plea for leniency to Judge Matthias they attribute their downfall to of the false work and u part of tho Ironwork on a city bridge being constructed at the foot of Eaglo avenue has been wrecked by Much damage was done to factory walls and windows In the The bridge was being con structed by nonunion This is the fifth attempt that has been made since 1 to wreck bridges being con structed by nonunion age a is dead at Ms home at Mc Cord spent several years railroad building in South America and at one time was tried and convicted of con spiracy against the government of Ha was sentenced to be hut the United States government In He then brought legal action against the Peruvian government and after long liLIgatlou was awardid Nothing Left But Death for New For three months Max twentysix years a had tramped the streets in a futile effort to find His dally goings and comings were noted by the when man failed to appear as forced an entrance to his home found the family of three bodies of Sackman and his wife stretched upon the and in arms of the father waa nestled the lifeless form old baby A pas tube from a chandelier to the whiefc told the manner of and w oupbojifl he that the Democrats would indorse that part of the mes sage which recommended restoring to the railroads the power to pool or which advocated federal licensing of corporations or which declared it use less io attempt to punish the the the beings who violate the law In the name of corporate author As to Wil liams declared they never would be properly punished until you visit pun ishment upon the flesh and blood from whose brains and by whose acts the violations take In this connec tion he to Paul for mer secretary of the and Did ho get out of the cabinet to go to A prison after it confession of a long continued violation of these very laws Recalls Morton he but instead he jumped into a lucrative position in private with u letter of commendation from the luffed iijat a coruor there had been a disposition re cently to subdivide the greater crtfee So he we are inclined f to think of stealing aspetit grand and glorious So general hadbecome the tendency to overlook rascality in amazement at the genius of the man who had stalest a million that it had been1 he that the commandment be amended to read Thou shalt not steaj on a small Larceny through op law was he if the laws were unjust or per mitted an unfair advantage to any class of Watered stocks arid fictitious capitalization were placed by the speaker asainon the forms of po lite Carnegie as usual at gatherings of the Civic was filled by an audience of and the professions and in which were reflected the various shades of public Edwin Shepard introduced who was received spirited the applause being frequently renewed during the course of his 5t a OYAL Baking Powder The only Baking Powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar I from Insures healthful and I delicious food for every k day SrtKiarls AN MJ   

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