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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING LID OFF JIG SHOP Investigation of Government Print tog Office Discloses Remark Able State of Affairs imLINGS HOUSED LIKE A KING ttMptuouB Suitable for and Retinue of Lack eys Provided for to Get to See Than the in the recommendation of Acting Public Mater the president has the contract of the govern with the Audit System and or dhwed its ejection from tho govern nraat printing office at the end of six Tho Audit System is the corpo name of the cost ascertaining Method which was installed more than A jear ago by Public Printer Voder its operation the government has paid about for the privi lege of calculating tho cost of gov ernment printing and Repre sentative Landls of chairman of the joint committee which is in vestigating the government printing says that the audit system as M has been installed and operated in Washington is a gold brick thinly gteted with the genuine Wo paid for this said and before we throw it out are going to extract and retain the MWVccm of value it is gilded I that you cant run the govern ment printing office with all its depart and its employes without some method of cost ascertain So If there are any good fea in the audit system we are go tag keep for we have paid for many times To Take Lid Landls is authority for the atotomont that the joint Investigation ilttee proposes to take the lid en off and delve to the bottom of i Many some of them den others of a public which eventuated in by the president of Printer Stllllngs and his sue by Rosslter ot the con Rossitcr has been directed by Ike president to make an impartial r ot conditions there and to rec od methods for reducing the of i a business This an OMtremely complex ho plunged Ma and his judgment is that in about DC weeks he will be ablo to submit report to the white He has made a brief prelimi nary recommending the dls ecatlanance of the audit tho charges which the joint bareatigatlou committee will inquire pursuant to the Buspimsiou of Prtllc Printer SUllngs in that his art Blalstration has compassed remark aWo Chairman who visited the government printing QfHeo to cult on found himself ushered into surroundings If you want furniture now is the time to buy when you can ind everything in stock that to needed to make your home Itok If you anticipate camping out spending the summer in your cottage it will pay yon to took over our selection of cot tage just the thing for You can use them on your porch or lawn In the daytime and use for a bed at Our evergrowing allies ua to carry a full line ot Furniture which we Mil at such reasonable that we never have anything staples on Our Christmas goods were cleaned to the A visit to our store will iat tofy TOU as it haa many others that we have the right goods at the right THE QIBSOH n muiUmillloiialre might Like a Nabobs IB the public printers offices mas sive costly appoint ments of elegance littln in keeping with n printing and binding The wllli the help of Ilossl will endeavor to find out ronghly it has cost the gov eminent to turn out a Job which commercial houses would do for The committee may inquire into such reports as these That 45 cents a pound has been paid for quantities of inks worth less than 20 cents a pound that the of the government printing office con tain at the present time more paper stock than under other administra tions was used up in half a dozen years that so great was the pomp with which Public Printer Stllllngs surrounded himself that persons hav ing business with him were frequently required to make appointments a day ahead and never could gain his pres ence without running the flre of unU formed lackeys and threading a maze of scarlet TO CORROBORATE LEWIS Another Employe of Huston to Take Stand of the testimony of Stanford in the trial for conspiracy of Contract or former Auditor General former Stiite treasurer Mnth ues and former Public Buildings Su perintendent Slmmaker will be corrob orated by John a confiden tial employe of Architect Joseph Next to Huston and his as Stanford who has given damaging testimony against San derson and the former state Laconmn is said to know more about the plans of the architect for the fur nishing of the capltol than any the other employes of Lewis is prepared for a severe grilling by tho defense when the trial is resumed to He will be followed as a witness by after which the common wealth expects to H is thought todays session will be full of It is said the defense has decided to call former Governor Pennypaeker and also to put all of the defendants on the FEB ESCAPE Webster Lawson Pinned Down by Locomotive Re leased by Jacking up EngineNot Badly Hurt d Breathitt County Feud Leader Meets Death at Hands ot His Son TAFT MEN IN MAJORITY Florida Republicans Hold Two Con ventions at Same stand conspicuously in the limelight as being the first to hold their convention to select delegates to tho national and It IB said here that the strenuous and ex citing scenes onaelod are a forecast of similar scenes in other southern caused by the efforts being made by the anilRoosevelt Republi cans for control In the national con The convention here was really two conventions held at the same time in the same The progress of busi was frequently interrupted by knockdownanddragout The officeholders faction was called to order by the chairman ofthe state They proclaimed them selves as tho regulars but the Taft sentiment was too strong for the lead ers to hold In and resolu tions were adopted indorsing William Taft for the On the other side of the hall tho contesting convention took conservative action and chose delegates untrummeled by positive assurance being given by Joseph led the that despite the fact that they were branded as bolters by the other convention the delegates they named would be seated in the national Ninetenths of both conventions were UNDER THE Section Man Rolled Thirty Feet by Passenger Been Em ployed but a Few Webster Lawson had a remarkable experience early Friday He was on his way to having been employed a fewdays ago as section The time was about half past six and not very and Lawnon was walking down tho northbound Engineer of train ran his engine In on this track to got the mall car which Is required to bo at the station ahead of leaving of leaving time in order that the nmil clerks may get the mall as far an tefbre the train pulls Iviwson was not expecting a train running south on the northbound track and was off his The en glne struck him and rolled him and pushed him along in the snow n dls tance of thirty Huber stopped the engine as soon as possible and Lawson was Jacks were re quired to lift the engine sufficiently to release Lawsoh and ho was taken Strights ambulance to his sisters home on tho Strange to say he does not appear to be hurt ser THE 0ra STOK CHICKEN THIEF RDDLED Enraged After Puts Twelve Holes Through after a long Isaac Devan of was riddled with bullets from two revolvers which his Anthony into his body as he lay helpless iu a Twelve shots took one passing through caus ing1 Instant Sinkiewics hudfor Home time been annoyed by chicken thieves and flxetl up a burglar He was awakened by this alarm and he and a boarder at his home armed and gave chase to the in truder by means of tracks In the newly fallen The chase con tinued for more than a when Bevan dropped from Seven chickens were found In a bag which he He was Slnkle wicz gave himself up to the authori ties and has been charged with Leap Year Girls Quick Louisa Halm has led to the altar of the Mount Airy Methodist Episcopal church Horace Laucks of German Miss Halm on Now Years ten hours after she became acquaint ed with said to him I like you very Let us get I suggest you take time to think it say until Laucks made up his mind Within four Charlea and Harry president and of the First National have been indicted by the federal grand PENNSY PLACES ORDER Buys Tons of Rails Under More Rigid Pennsyl vania lltttlioiul company has placed or ders with Ktoel manufacturers for 000 tons oi rails to be delivered during In addition to tons left over from will give the com pany tons for use this These rails will be rolled under en tirely new Most im portant of these is the placing more upon the manufacturer the responsi bility tor the character of the rail pro Considerable latitude Is to be allowed inthe methods of manufac ture BO long aa the result is a sound rail The company has devised tests ofacharacter so exacting that itis made very much to the interest of the manufacturers to discard all material of tho soundness of Which there is any In placing Its orders the Pennsylvania railroad Invites the steel manufacturers to undertake to fill part of the allotment with rails made by the openhearth it is desired to ascertain more clearly the actual difference in service between the open hearth and Bessemer Cuts Her Childrens BUt sbeth Stevens killed her little daugh ter and cutting their throats with a it is dared she thought it was for the bast that the should Stevens was at one time in an aajloia for the Jack Frost Busy in New city is completely Not a train has arrived or departed for twen tyfour The ice has jammed the Lawrence river at setting back the water about twentyfive Tha water is pouring To Hang a good way to hang n skirt for one self Is sow up press baste tucks or plaits iu put on then fold skirt In half md lay on table uncl take a finished Hltlrt which hangs correctly and lay over putting n Iwstlng or vow of pins iirounil the bottom edge to show where to turn up tho new an ciisy iiuel satisfactory To put iu the sleevo correctly fold the havlnji the center fold one inch biiok of the shoul der and where r the half comes join undursenin of fhV This always Insures nperfect A MEASURE Greenville Citizens Should Weigh We1lThls Proof merit lies in the evidence Cpnyjnclng evidence in Greenville TR1STATE NEWS IN BRIEF an editorial writer on the Cleveland Plain Is dead of Brlgbts dis his plea of guilty to the theft of chickens and a valued at Henry Mil ler has been sentenced to yCars in the Stuart has approved the charter appli cation of the Hershey Chocolate com pany of which Is capi talized at age for twenty years fore man in the Pennsylvania railroad shops dropped dead of apoplexy upon greeting his fellowworkmen in the Governor Harris has appointed Charles Dell as a member of the board Of safety of He will succeed William who failed to be confirmed by the Charles Dickhas settled a suit brought against him on a promissory note by the Globe Poster company of this amount of the suit was terms of the settlement were not made Corn of the common pleas court dealt severely with saloonkeepers and Ho sentenced two of them to pay fines of costs each and gave them u jail sentence of thirty days Tho gamblers were fined and Me Gruw Coal company mines at Simp thla known as the New York caught fire from some unknown cause two days ago and are still Two hundred men are making every effort to put out the Mc receiver of the Peoples bank of which closed re states that irregularities have been found in the books ot that back to The it h will reach MANY TIMES TRIED FOR MURDER But Each Time Obtains Acquittal No Man Dared Oppose Hie Pays Widow of Lawyer 000 for Husbands Coun ty Judge James for many years member of the State Democratic exec utive accused of complicity in many killings and a prominent fig ure In the feuds which have disrupted county for several was shot and instantly killed in his general store here last evening by his Bench The son Bred five shots in rapid succession at his who fell dead white his clerks were waiting on The exact cause ot the murder has not been but it Is supposed to have been the result of differences which have existed between father and son for some The two men are reported to have had a severe quarrel several nights when the It Is was compelled to resort to violence to restrain his 1 CENTS PVft oral were In the her business and generally Tho Alex ftad Kim hood buniuustt tut accumulated In the Is a great Tho trouble with the CockriHs when the Cockrllls opposed the KM giaes at lie Feeling waa bltlar when one day Benjamin a younger brother of Judge James met one of the Cockrlll boys There was a gunplay Ml Cockrlll killed Benjamin Buys a In the fall of 1902 came thtt Stat murder in the the luardlan of the Cockrlll was tiha From this time on the story ot the HargisCockrlll fend waa writ ten in Judge Hargis will be burled a casket which he himself pvrchBMt about a month Some the early part of last month JMge Hargis went to the National Caatat company and requested that he be the most elaborate coffins company had in Nothing him and he finally ordered one ataag of But the endorsement of Greenville Thats the kind of proof given The statement of a Greenville clti Helen 40 North Mer cer says It is with pleasure for me to endorse Doans Kidney Pills because I know them to bo a medicine of great I suffered with acute kidney disease years and all the remedies I had ever used gave me little or no I suffered with headaches and dizzy spells and dull bearing In my back and down pains I I was very nervous and my appetite was I read of Doans Kidney Pills and pro cured a box at Aldenderfers drug This remedy gave me more relief than all the others I had After using Doans Kidney Pills a short time I felt better than I had In I cannot speak too highly of a remedy so reliable and safe as Poans Kidney For sale by all Price 60 PosterMllburri over the river bank and has flooded New sole agents for the United the cotton causing their uuspen slon and throwing 600 hands out of Remember the wo Another MarkingDown Sacrifice on COATS and FURS We have 47 Coats and 50 pieces of Furs 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 to carry for another If we continue business we would not sell these goods at these Are you getting your share ZIMMERMANS fishing on the Ice on a floe which broke from the main four men were in loril of death by starvation or drowning in Lake A crew of volunteers braved the rough KPH In n boat and brought the men off in age a colored min residing at Bruce was found dead in Hazel Kirk mine It is supposed that he was either shocked to death by coming In contact with an electric cable or that he suc cumbed o heart Me llruvy of Magnolia was found dead In bed by her Me For time Mcllravy hail been taking a bottle of chloroform to bed with her and inhaling its con tents to induce Thin she did last the bottle being found by her dele gation which Juy MiHer of Bellefon tuine will take from Logan county to tho Republican congressional conven tion at Marysvllle 13 will com prise thirtyseven each of whom weighs not less than 200 Mil ler Is the choice of Logan county for the An attempt will be made here by Beard u member ot the to oust the Logan Natural Gas company from this The company has recently compelled users of gas to deposit with the company before gas Is turned It is claimed that is tied j up In this Fos ter Snyder of Middlesex slipped on an icy pavement and sustained a broken Not realizing how severely sue was she managed to regain her feet and struggled across the street through the deep there She was takeo to the of tee of a un conscious when he fell on an icy tide Martin OMalley ot was almost drowned in a pool of OMalley fell while walking along Detroit avenue His I head struck the sidewalk and be lay there When a patrolmau found him OMalley was almost cov ered by a pool ot rain city elli have passed an ordinance undtr provisions of which all moving picture places must pay a license of aid all operators of the ma must stand an examination and Mcure a license at a cost of It U fmrthw provided that the movimjplc tuw apparatus must be eocaMd is ubMUM turrtt This appllM to UM machluM at church wtMr in Young it Is had been drinking of He came into the store and was apparently under the Influence of it is spoke to his son about drinking and a quarrel Father and son stepped behind a counter in the when the after only a few minutes drew a revolver and fired five Four took Judge Hargis falling The young woman stenographer and the custom ers in the store rushed for the doors and fled in Raved Like a Young Hnrgis was arrested by Town Marshal Goran Smith and Grover Blanton and in He waa raving like a maniac and officers were compelled to drag him to Judge Hargis has been for years a prominent figure in Kentucky in politi cal and criminal He has fig ured in the courts In mountains for years on account of the murders of Attorney Marcum and Jim Judge Hargis was the po litical leader of the Democrats the Tenth district and was the boss ot sway was not but some years ago Marcum had the temerity to op pose Hargis In a law From that dote Marcum was a marked He hud been on trial at various times for complicity in the murder ot James Jim Cockrill and but had secured an acquittal on all the He was recently forced to pay a judgment of to Marcum In connection with the death of her a verdict hav ing been found against him in the cir cuit court at Paid Marcum Judge Hargis had just disposed of the last of these in which he had been involved by his connec tion with the HaigleCockrlll when he paid a check of more than j to Marcum had sued Judge Hargls and others fo alleging that they caused the death of her Though Judge Hargis was acquitted of the charge of having murdered the Win chester jury awarded Marcum damages against The HargisCockrlll out of which grew the almost Innumerable tragedies with which Judge Hargis8 name is had its inception in a political The Harglses had long been dominant in Breathitt where hoy conducted a gen nil own costing flaisull Britain to Sir Hartf commander ot the bodyguard and next to the sultttfi most Influential man in feM arrived under an escort fran tlM bandit has htlA him ter bondage for the last man was here la aocoriaaaa with the agreamtnt which cvrerament has seven making Ralaull la return forwhich Grtat pay to Ralsull and prottctlon and immntattp Banks Cut Off at Pittsburg clearing have call agreed to a proposition which originated with Cleveland to cut off the 2 per cent interest ww allowed on commercial deiKMrita Ject to Pittsburg banks trust The order is necessary because of the ttons of a low loan rate for this About in Pittsburg banifl to will be Escapes From the ly a stitch of clothes on Philip Sadler escaped from the Mr hospital and went to the homo ot Theyro chopping up all fc men into sausages and 1 she She had been the operating table and was paHMUr underthy influence of Jnto the snow and fleeing in her She was taken back and they op eration will be A Poris flic 1arlsiiiM uiiii mil likelyto iiv iliithts In Inrls lilllii wliilT tfW I nhvnys bcmi No mau nous to dimin ilkAruufiiowi i li BoiS ivlllioiltl in Ills ilnsrt 1 Ijjis llcCTtllJ llll II livlUljIlJflll ill of tin r 111 teiiuu Vil nHIRt park of Iiiis to ue It Is iinl Dipre is the eml il i been returned by the federal jury against John and manager ot the Reliance Oil Grease company of this who was arrested time charged with using the mails to was found a few days after he gave bail in his oflat At the time it wi by hospital doctori that he t from Many coapUMt flted agalut THE FAIR Wait for the big Embroidery February Ten Thou sand yards of Embroidery worth from 15c to 35c a to be sold at lOc a THE FAIR I   

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