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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                isol tlii Htwtofia Letter to Canon Affirming That All Was Right With Capitol STARTLESJIS HEARERS Carson and Sny 4r Dictate Letter In Which Uct Denied State Treasurer It Waa MM the contractor and three former state officers charged with conspiracy to toe furnishing of the new capltol a sensational turn when Stanford assistant to Architect Jo declared with dramatic that Hustons letter to foiWner Attorney General ex hli part In the had prepared at the suggestion of ftmner Governor tertnec Auditor General the and that it was tnlsloadlng and Intended be a When State Treasurer flrat Wiled attention to the alleged cuplto1 rands fourteen mouths Peuypacker directed Attorney Gen era Canon to make of the Carson ly wrote letters to all perwras con corned In the construction fur of the big buildfai askinf then fer Information the All of them replieiyknd the attorney general made a report which shewed that no laws had been Defense Unearths Lewis was being subjected to a KffUlBg crossexamination by Gil tort of counsel for the defense about flbe and when asked If certain statements made by Huston were true the witness demanded the right to ex the circumstances under which R was Rising In his seat aad ring with right hand raised above i he told a story which aston I every one in the crowded court eicept the lawyers for the com 1 According to Lewiss when It came Hueton8 turn to write an answer te Lewis was telephoned Oa oome to HarrJsbttrg by Pennypacker ajki nnd there the letter was jBswisirriiT nt u ccuifereuee with offlcers and the former attorney general to dovetail in with others by state officers connected urtth the construction and the Gilbert had Lewis identify the Huston letter and then forced the wit to admit that the architects statements to the effect that he had weighed and measured articles of fur nttore for the capitol were practically false and made for a Lewis Explains the Lewis said When the letter of Carson was wrftten to of which this is an we wore proud of the building we had had so much to dD with ang we wrote that SrMRWTURE 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 Just the thing for You can use them on your porch or lawn in the daytime and use them for a bed at 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 Bat isfy you it has many othera that we hare the right gooda at the right THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE was catted up on the phone Auditor General Snyde and the of this I went mydelf per sonally to Harrisburg and went over that letter with the auditor general sad nrttb the have endeavored to explain the eoBdttlona under which this letter was said Lewis when Judge KUBkat had overruled Gilberts ehjectlon that Lewis had no right to explain the It was written at a time when I had no knowledge ef say of the I was knew nothing of any charges which may have been made or may have been true or As said we were proud ot this building and when I was called on the phone to see the state Auditor General Sny der and the to go over this the only purpose was that it was to be more or less of a whitewash FAKfi Says Sharon Matt Dispensed Oleomargine and Catted It Butter MORSE WILL RETURN Financier Declares He Will flefitlft Matters in New correspond ent of the Associated Press last night boarded the Cunard line steamer Cam Joying a game of Without a moments hesitation Morse to protect the great building which we ad an Interview to the Ho was shown extracts from London papers referring lo htm as having fled from his Morse The statements made in that let said there was absolutely nothing la tar are not In accordance with what these saying they were New Tork He added that he had sent cable dispatches to New York concerning his position and that he would rectify matters when he re turned He was traveling partly on business and partly for pleasure Gtlbert again asked Lewis it for a week or ten certain Sentences ot the letter were Asked where be purposed going not for the purpose of mis after he landed at Liverpool had been Instrumental to a certain ex tent In putting up in this Admits Letter Was we They were made to dovetail In with the letters written by the oth er signed by the auditor gen eral and the governor on one aide and Audltpr General Snyder and the other efllclaft and leading die attorney Lewis Morse courteously begged to be ex I wilt to myself and cused from You he say With cer I wtnt to myseit ana you say wiin cor saw the Auditor tanty that my stay will not exceed ten and the and days on this side and that then I will We over this subject many return to New times la aetalt consider that Morse proceeded from Queens the letter we wrote was written at a town to Liverpool on board the Cam time aha under the conditions He Is traveling an as althougVdie statements In some cases sumed probably Bay they are true In their gipiral as far as we are and cover our contract and feelings in this matter as ex pressed at that time without any way rhatsoever intending to mislead the attorney general of the or to make an Impression other than that stated at that Finds His Home a Funeral At Grand a Quebec border the four members of the family Andrew Campbell were burned to death by are which destroyed their Campbell returned from work ADRIFT IN BUZZARD Fisherman Carried Out to Sea on land of a nineteenyearold fisherman of has reached here chilled and thoroughly fatigued but not seriously the worse for having been lost on the Ice on Lake Michigan a day und part of which time he was marooned on a floating ice Wednesdays storm wrecked the young fishermans shanty on the Strait of near his where he was fishing through a hole in the and the blinding snow pre AN OLEO Robert Cllne Ctfnvleted of Selling Oleomargarine as Butter at Sha Robert Cllne is charged with a misdemeanor by food The latter says ho was In place of business in October He got a marked the butter and shipped it to Erlo to State Chemist Returned to the same restaurant November Cllno said he got tiie stuff he called from Petor Drlble Sha ron said be had no license for sell Ing Evans teatifled that he has been employed by the pure food was in question explained tho tests this sample throe tests In Ml Cllno testified that be is the own er of tho Hfcga restiurant In did not remember Bjllngs calling for a lunch on October hut remember ed his second visiton Novenibor Billings wheCher he was selline Cline told that he bought the best butter he could get and butter jury rendered of i Chris Nora Earl Bur Murdock all pleatled nolle Motions and Baker auditor estate of William Shyder contlnu ed to April Baker presented his re port as auditor estate of Jnmes Rll Tho jury In the case of ta discover the ruins of his In jn the and the blinding snow preMatt John Monosky and which were the dead bodies of hli I vented him from finding his way rendered a verdict of He made his way to land on the lower guilty as peninsula obtaining food and rest at a farmhouse and spending last wife and two Dies in Poor Directors Wilkesbarre Tucker fell in thfe office ot tn n the 8now drms to Marriage scath the poor director as lie handed her an order for food and clothing for her husband and five starving whom she bad been strlvliiK for sev eral weeks to Sickness hod prevented her from earning any money and for a day the family had not had any She resolved to apply for After the poor director had given fcer an order for clothing and food and she was murmuring a prayer of thank fulness she fell forward into a chair and was dead in a few Food and clothing were taken to the family the body was carried Queer Little Snickerdootllos is really a remark able itnmo for nnythlng but ca puLlully Is It curious us the mime of a certain kind oC little cnkes Hint are said to bis jmrtlctilnrly relished by lads und the very oddity of the rather yet appellation catches the eliildlsu Snickerdoodles are inndithis way tojjuther two cupfuls of four tablespoonfuls of one cupful of chopped one cup ful of milk and one quart of flour which lius had sifted through it two tig teuspooiifuls of linking pow Dropby on butter South Sharon IN BRIEF Esther age 103 the oldest per son In Fayette is dead at the home of her son near a prominent laundry man ot was found guilty at of having criminally as aaulted Miss Eva BaJ Of was mur HlOlf In nature of a subject te a I KAI I taxation of oneeighth of 1 UL I UnUlV fer the first four months ot their Ue of 1 per Cent tor fhe second and 1 per Treasury Department Declines to tylien the feels Recognize Him as Acting Cger needed It PiiKlir Printer redeem them with actual BUM Public Printer redemption monies ahall cWstltiifc special fund for the purpose of HIS APPOINTMENT IS ILLEGAL states currency notes whenever they are ssiited tor the notes te he canceled and These be legal r uro creation of a fund of Charge of Plant While for the payment of I ot failed banks operating under the Captain Assistant to the Pub He Is then Placed In provisions of this law there ia author Iced the Imposition of a tax of teenth of I per cent on th i ar wno la under Buspeneiwu dered and of and George pendln intestlgaUon of the affairs Sldloch Is in jail here on the charge of of offlc went to treasury de having committed the I partraent to have bond second dlvU The department refused to consider ujnd of 20 per cent is soon to be paid the depositors ot the Farmers Centlnuss His WHam T who on Wednesday was ap of banks so operating and pointed by President Roosevelt acting public printer In place of Public Print er who la under suspension of his went to the treasury da partment to have bond f The department refused to consider denTof 20 per cent is soon to be paid the matter on the grounds that the president had exceeded his authority In appointing ROssiter that under the law the assistant public rhlch failed last flprinc when its pres killed grand jury or WJrt county returned indictments against Lum Goldsmith if Creston for assault on his Ahrtna and for attempting to kill his Captain succeeds to the Under this informal ruling Row slter later in the day stepped aside and his place was taken by Captain who will administer the gov ernment printing office as acting pub Elliott lie printer for the time ef a traveling salesman for Rosslteij dpes not relinquish the Oliver Typewrltlriit was the work of inquiry laid out for him found dead in his room in a local heby the president His position In the Several hottles that had contained government printing office becomes a sleepproducing drug were found in that of the presidents personal I sentatlye and he Is propeedlng with n R mack the vestigatlon upon which he Is to The six Biacic prealdwt ot Hand arrested Ur a raid by f there and of the best Chief of Police Smith were given a bj t on preliminary by Mayor hasla bull and four were held for trial They are charged with having threatened kill Michael Alllre upon his refusal to give them Port Wil liam Whelan fatally Injured Florence age by striking her over the head with a wrench and then shot and killed Jealousy business The authority under which treasury department decided not to accept Rosslters bond Is the act of which provides that in case of absence or illness of the public printer the chief clerk of the government printing offlce shall perform the duties of pub lic printer until a successor Is ap is said to have been the cause ot the pointed or such abflsnce or illness The girl Is still all is expected Brie passea n CH Itl VHJn t t wu b ough the snow drifts to They were thrown into an ad His relatives had given him Lake joining Held and terribly up for Edward Clafferty Sharon Flossy Reed West Middlesex Ralph Hecker Hempfield Anna Caldwell Delaware n Martha late of Pymatun Italians Fight to the R d tssjKirjitfs zstsssnfs Two Ignace schoolboys named who were thought to have per ished on the have reached their They had been caught In a snowdrift over place in an Italian boarding house be hind locked Their friends did not suspect anything but in a few minutes heard a When they forced the door open they found Ferro dying and Brucceso fearfully The men fought with a razor and a Ferro had been stabbed In the back above the right The knife had penetrated to the depth of eight inches and had severad at least two main Policemen and phy sicians were summoned and the man was put under guard and his cuts attended Both were young age nineteen and field Mary late of Worth El freda Ebenezer late of Grove City Earl Arnandus late of Pymatun Ing Emanuel and Martin Charles late of Sharps vine Clara late of Greenville Ada The girl is still but death ihall It also provides that the president may direct other officer of the government struck and Instantly killed appointment Is vested in the Daniel Thomas and Phoebe lor at Hills near consent of rthe senate to temporarily It also is provided that such vacancy by death or resignation must be flllel within ten By the legislative act of 1907 the title of the chief clerk of crowing the track in a blinding snow rail or ra or t ofllce was ders or the Pennsylvania r Qf 0 been placed with the Allowing com 1Inder the nlltng of the panles Steel tons Mr Rosaiter can haye Cambria Steel Btandlng than that of per sylvania Lackawanna represenlatlve of the president Steel The contract What to Do When The right thing to do when you feel bilious Is to take a dose of Chamber Missouri Gets county will cleanse the stomach has voted In favor of local option or a regUiate the liver and majority of votes out of a total lt 25 Samples free at lains Stomach and Liver and Try ifjt mi uuvfcui miijwriiy U1 vuicn Ui Vifvni sprluklu thick with mixed of Sixtyseven of the 114 drug atoreT Greenville sutfar and ciutiuiuou ami ties in Missouri are now Pa Another MarkingDown Sacrifice on COATS and FURS We have 47 Coats and 50 pieces of Purs we must sell Regardless of These garments an 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 price for the rails could not be In the case of the Peoples bank of Califor nia the grand jury has returned seven Indictments in connection with the al leged shortage of In one of the indictments against former cashier of the there are 199 covering fifty The trial has been set for twentytwo years of shot and killed Laura a young mar ried about twentyfive years of and tried to commit suicide by shooting himself through the body at the home of a woman named Emma Price in West The motive of Uie crime is believed to have been Harriet Balrd former president of the Philadelphia chapter Daughters of the American committed sul cido at her home In this city by Inhal ing illuminating Efforts were made to keep the matter a a special inquest having been held in the case by the coroner and the facts did not become known until eighth an nual international tournament of the American bowling congress will begin at the armory here tonight and con tinue for fifteen Nearly in prize money will be The eighteen alleys have been com sixteen ot will be used for regular tournament the center two alleys will be used for match stork add ed a passenger to a snowbound train on the Baltimore and Ohio railroads Mount Jewett Five miles from Tylersburg it became stalled in a Mary DeBew Of became ill while five men started on a fivemile walk for a the conductor transformed the coach Into a hospital and other women furnished temporary clothing for the hanna Iron and Steel company has posted notices that it would start up Ha pipe and rolling mills at Colum near and its rolling mill at Terk oa The Columbia plaata employ from to men aad fee me at York tf Two ether lalHi el relMag all at running aeuWe ttee 4v without specliflc authority In any mat ters pertaining to the managementof the What will be known us the minor ity currency bill lias been introduced by Representative the Dem ocratic leader of the drew the measure as a result of a confer1 ence of The elastic currency feature of the bill is contained In a section which provides that certain state and munic ipal to be known as intercon vertible may be deposited In the nearest subtreasury and the positing bank shall receive in lieu thereof United States emergency treasury These notes shall be sent to be so taxed has been oh the final section provides that bank officer shall make a loan for and a fine Ihe amount of the loan or ImprWflfc Chairman Knapp of the Interstate commerce commission said before ithe house committee on commerce he did not railroad had good reason for not its telegraph stations sufficient men when it was a quesilon of higher wages or no la answer to questions by fUtJona members of the committee coneerninfe the petitions of railroad companies asking for an exteasloa ot the fltne limit in which they should have stipulated number of telegraph tors at each Knapp MM that in many cases the railroads hot to meet the ef the N Knapp declared that ilaalen had received telegrams in one week coneernitaK tfce attensiiiB in stations about the cow If It were absolutely ImpoaatMe te jet he be would coasWer that auglclent cause to exteai the hat if men were to be had far higher wages than the roads thought they should pay he did not reason for The commission will not undertake to say that the railroads could not get men If they were to pay the suggested Knapp replied The I can get men In a reasonable time if they pay enough for of the roads go so far that the law ought not to be W83 committee on fiiletrate commerce has decided against moat ef the bills now before the committee that propose enlargement ot the pass clause of the new Interstate commerce Two of the bills were and It was agreed to report them to the senate Sen ator Stones bill providing for the ta suance of transportation to publishem of newspapers in payment for adver tising went quickly by the board the foreseeingno end ot debate on the proposition if it ever came up in the senate ordered that their attitude should be published through an unfavorable report Acheson Objects to Blind Acheson of a leader la the prohibition movement in that disapproves strongly of blind pigs now said to be in opera tion in the Acheaon baa mlttee rooms and other rooms connect ied with the house shall be supplied natural spring To the woman who Royal is the greatest of time and labor Makes home baking a pleasure and a profit Baking Powder The only Baking Powder from Royal Grape Cream qf Tutor With minimum 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