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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING 2 CBNtS PER INDICTED FOR PERJURY Formir Governor of Jersey Ac cused of Serious New Indictments al leging perjury have been returned against former Governor of New Jer Foster At Voorhees and Frank Combes following a grand jury Inquiry Into the acts of these two men while they were officials of the Bankers Life Insurance Pleadings to tlio Indictments will be made probably The Bankers Life Insurance com pany wont out of business some time ago and the allegations have to do with acts committed prior to 1905 and while Voorhees was president and Combes the secretary of the In the which one being returned against It Is charged In 1904 the president and secretary swore falsely In sotting forth In a report to the state Insurance de partment that certain claimed divi dends were not due to The Bankers Life Insurance com pany was reorganized later In 1904 and the new officers placed before the state insurance department certain matters which came to their In turn the charges were turned over to District Attorney Jerome and laid before the grand Voorhees has served the state of New Jersey In many public offices and at the bar his achievements won him He was elected governor of New Jersey on the Republican tick et in WONT USE NEW POWDER Miners Declare It Splinters Coal and Reduces Their At a meeting of the executive board of district United Mine Workers of the miners in various sections of the dis trict who refused to work where new blasting powder was being introduced were sustained in their position by In speaking of the matter Pres ident Feehiin said The board has de cided that the use of ful minite and new blasting pow is injurious to the One of the principal causes of complaint is the fact that the new explosives break the coal into causing a great deal of It to go through the consequently reducing the earnings of the men who use I Up to the present time ten of the mines of the Pittsburg and River coal companies have been enforced to sus pend owing to the miners refusing to use the new ASKS FOR WHITE WAITERS Negro Gets Back Pension and Pro ceeds to William Da a drew back pension money on Saturday and began to de miseways of spending it Miefpy ing in a stock of swell clottu i he finally hit upon a dinner for fifty of big a wellknown ca is a friend of Uncle Billy and to him the old darkey Mistah said I wish your assistance in a soiree to be giv to fifty colored Uncle Billy gave his silverheaded cane an ostentatious flip and resumed Well dine on chicken and strawber ries and let me tell you that I dont want no common coons as I want white Dont forget the A Night Alarm Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the metallic cough or croup bringing dread to the Careful mothers keep Foleys Honey and Tar in the house and give it at the first sign of Foleys Honey and Tar has saved many lit tle lives and it is the only safe prep aration for children as it contains no harmful Sold by Bessemer 10 TEARS Defendants in Capitol Trimming Case Weep When Counsel As serts Their Innocence ALL VICTIMS OF THAT HUSTON FURNITURE 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 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 A visit to our store will sat isfy you as It has many others that we have the right goods at the right THE QIBSON Bo Declares Attorney Schaeffer In Be half of His Adjourns Until Monday Because of Illness In Family of Attorney trial of the stale capltol conspiracy cases which began here two weeks ago was Interrupted by Illness family of Charles Bergner of counsel for the court adjourning until Mon day Before adjournment was taken counsel for former State Treas urer Mathues addressed the out lining Mathues He said the state had failed to prove conspir acy on the part of Mathues and that whatever irregularities were found in the furnishing of the big building could not be put on the shoulders of as he relied entirely upon the certifications of Joseph the that everything was done in accordance with ho Attorney William Schaeffer made the only address before court ad Schaeffer threw the whole burden of blame upon Architect Jo seph But for Huston there have been no no scan1 dal and no During Attorney Schneffers argu ment several of the defendants were moved to tears at his avowal of their Former Auditor General Snyder sat beside his who had his arms about his fathers Several times they caressed each other affec Many of the specvatprs thought this was a play to influence the When the innocence of for mer State Treasurer Mathues was pos itively with the assurance that a conviction would be worse than death to that a great tear trickled down said defendants nose and splashed on the San derson seemed to have more control over his tear He merely nod ded approval at the points favorable to No Evidence of So far as Mathues is con said Attorney there is not a word of testimony in the case which would warrant his con He is not being and the rest of the defendants are not called to on the issue as to whether more money was spent in furnishing the nor as to whether the state waa cheated or defrauded by The question you gentlemen of the Jury are to determine is whether he and the other defendants conspired and corruptly agreed together to the On the real question wheth er was entered into the commonwealth has not shown a fact or a circumstance which would justify the conclusion that Mathues even to the slightest degree Mathuees term of office was but for two When he came here the capltol was midway ij its construction and when his term Vas over it was not yet By vir tue of his holding the office of state treasurer lie also was a member of the board of public grounds and build whose duty it was to furnish the capitol and prepare it for the legisla tive session of He found as Ms associates on the board the governor of the commonwealth and the auditor the first of whom had been a member of the board during prior years and latter of whom yas a member of the commission the He found Huston already employed as having bean employed In that capacity months be fore Mul linos came into Mathues Couldnt Help What was Mat hues to do Was he to set his judgment up against that of the other two members of the board who necesHnrlly knew more about the capttol than he or was he war ranted in In the absence of any allegation to the contrary from any that what had been done was rightly done that Huston waa a architect and that he would faithfully discharge his du ties to the Our answer to this charge Is that Mathues relied upon the certification of the architect that everything was done In accord ance with the What else could any of you gen tlemen of the jury have done had you been elected state treasurer What else could any man have clone who was not an architect or builder him to be Far to H IB much easier to criticize looking over ft in than be macadam as a paving material for fore it is commenced when the point noways was the practically unanl of view is These men are expersslon of opinion at tho to be Judged not in the light of things session of the Good Roads conven as we seo them but by the light tion in Lawrence State High which they had when this great un way Commissioner Joseph Hunt PAVING IN cadam ag a vitrified brick is superior to dertaklng was in er was practically the only advocate of Efforts to have the law changed will bo The fact that It has to be con Brown and Dawes James Joyce of Cambridge was nominated for congress by the Republicans of stantly even from the the Fifteenth Ohio One time it is was the most vital dred and fiftytwo ballots were I objection urged against Brick convention was in continuous upon the while dlon from 10 to 5 General costing a little more at the Brown of Zanesvllle and Beewould be of no expense to tax man Dawes of Marietta were the f0r a century after ac Other Delegates to the to expert opinion tlonal convention were instructed tor Unfortunately tho state highway laws aro framed now that state funds are not available to pave with Found All being necessary to use ma assay cadam or Efforts to have commission appointed by President these laws amended so that Roosevelt to sit In this city and test may be optional will bo made at tue the Integrity of years coinage at next session of tho u the various mints has completed its is expected the Mercer county mem one coin out of every bers will take the lead In if is put during the year tor their constit testing Congtoasmau Ham chairman ot the John of Beaver declares the coins were panS who is secretary of the corn found satisfactory as to weight and raittee on at the last lu BRILF Smith of and Smith of Walla mot here today for the first lime In thirty five Poo pies after having been In charge of a temporary receiver for about two Is again doing bust The shortage has been made en tire business section of this place was threatened with destruction from a fire that started in the Moose Besides the Moose the William son bank building and five residences were was bitten in tho hand by a pet fox which afterward sickened and was Chemists at Columbus say that the animal had rabies and Reese has been hurried to the Pasteur Institute at Chicago for The eleven laundries under indictment for organ izing a combination to raise prices pleaded guilty and each was fined and The trust also agreed to dissolve and the Indictments against tho laundry proprietors were I attempt to wreck the New YorkChicago express on the Baltimore and Ohio railway was made A tie and a pile of ware placed on tne but discovered by a section who removed them Just before the train and William Peach are under arrest as suspects in connection with the death of Sutless whose Former Frank Black of New York Severely Criticizes President Roosevelt SAYS PARTY IS HIS PLAYTHING Asserts Same of Bryan and the De Congressman Bannon of Declares Himself Opposed to Revision of the There wns not a single de Not But Say coroners session of the legislature urgently advocated the use of Instead of He could see no ad vantages In the latter and many in jury inquiring into the death of Al the Tho only objection fred Dnmon and his Jane urged against the use of brick is its found that the aged couple were beaten to death by a blunt in strument and John the step was held as an accessory to the Sllloway was charged with firstdegree Several wit nesses testified that they saw Silloway leaving the building when the crime was He denied being in the Bryan Warren Worth Bailey has sent no tices to the executive committee of the Bryan Democratic league of Penn sylvania that the meeting of that body will be held next Wednesday the Commonwealth hotel in Harris Plans will be made to select Bryan candidates for national dele gates in every congressional district in the Wisconsin Favors sin will probably send a solid delega tion to the Democratic national con vention at Denver pledged to support Bryan for the presidential nomi according to inference drawn from the results of the various dis caucuses which named delegates to bo presented to the state conven tion for Baby Starves to two other children suffering because of the fifteenmonthsold baby of Mary Clark Monongahela died from It is Tho condi tion of the family IK being Investigat Clarks husband ia said to have first but Carson said he had talked with one contractor who Is ready to make contracts to pave with brick at only ten per ad vance over the first cost of macad In Mercer county the sentiment is strong for brick paving Instead of The macadam roads about here are not satisfactory in Home THEATRICAL On Wednesday February at 1atrd opera house will occur the most important comic opera event in the history of Alfred E Aarons magnificent production of an Oriental comic opera in two direct and intact from a run of 100 performances at Walnut Street with the entire original star chorus and orchestra numbering sixty peo pie anil carrying two car loads of beautiful scenery and electrical ef Several local people have seen this show at New Castle and Kane who assure us It is far superior in every way to any thing that has ever been presented in our local It Kodol is a scientific preparation of vegetable acids with natural dlges tants and contains tho same Juices found in a healthy Each dose will digest more than srnlns of good Sold by Harry flfiE ftLL ON TIPTOE NOODLES Newsies Will Have a Good Time at Youngs Theatre This Tonight is Noodles Night Youngs when tho Kvoniw Hocord will tukievery newsboy n tho town to seo tho big special show that will be put ou cspoclally r the Noodles will do aonio special stunts and tho newsies will occupy Hunts especially reserved for All newsies in town arts auk oil to como to the Evening Record oflico at 7 ocock sharp to get their builges and go to the The will bo at tho first show ot tho evening and will march from tho Evening Record office to tho theatre In a body to seo and hear Ail Greenville should be there au I BCO the Youngs was crowded last In addition to piano solos a snappy act by Martin Noodles some enjoyable u On Saturday through the courteny of the Evening Noodles will deliver a lecture on Life in the Slums of New at Youngs This will be a free lecture with moving Tick ets can bo had by calling at the Evening Hocord office or Youngs theatre on Saturday The Evening Record invites all the their mothers and fathers to It will be a great entertain Worlds In a llttlo more tluui 100 ac cording to government tho population of world has grown from to au increase oi 160 ptr At the end of so many hundreds ol in other there were in the world iu 1800 only of and in JOG from ISOO to to this number has been added Uowpji Fashionable The reiQtint recrudescence of a light bluo neitherassure nor but just HglH Is very nurd to its popularity is due to ti fal lacy that it sulU tho English Of Appptvitiyy It Is quite forgot ten that thisel fro no and It is injLJbiond or baby If wear pale ft ental cludjug Lew and a Arthur favor1 TV ire Bald to have been seen in saloons with Smith the previous well on a farm near West Sonera was lately ex amined and found to contain typhoid A public sale was held there three weeks the visitors drinking water from tho om Ai a result six men have died of typhoid fever and thirty others are dangerously that he had an important engagement With President Walter en route from was taken from a and commit ted to White claims he met friends in Chicago and they doped him to prevent him from getting to Wash the petition of the National Con solidated Oil a million dol lar with outstanding bonds of was placed in the hands of a George King being The it is followed upon semiannual in terest due oil the age sixteen Charles Cal houn of the same age and Elmer age were held for court charged with having attempted to wreck a passenger Fischnal it is a bar of Iron across a Younkln and Cal houn destroyed the green and red sig nal glasses on the semaphore a headless ghost has thrown West Alexander and vicinity in n great state of This apparition first appeared several weeks ago about half a mile from West Since then it has been seen in the vi cinity several a saw it at his window and says he will no longer occupy his A railway a largo wagon valuable small boats and the buildings of a park are in jeopardy as Ilia re sult of high water in Rocky in the western part of the An ice jam has stored a large volume of water and should the Ice break sud denly great damage doubtless would Dyniimite is being used to free the water circuit court has set aside the conviction of recently found guilty of unlawfully using funds of the private bank of Ford at which failed a few years ngo for over one million The circuit court held the conviction to bo illegal on the grounds that the statute under which Ford was convicted became a law aft er Ford committed the alleged The action of the circuit court frees Ford unless the county prosecutor suc ceeds in obtaining u now indictment against track Ing small game near Cressou Albert OHaras dogs led him to discover the body of a man hanging in u pavilion in Rhododendron The which is that ot a man uge about thirtyfive was froison and both were In tho pockets werb found a railroad ticket from Cresson to Indiana dated and a duplicate of a telegram he hud probably sent from It was addressed to 1Annio and to the effect that she should meet him in The unknown is supposed to have hung himself about three mouths Former Governor Frank Black of New York and Con gressman Henry Bannon of Ports were the principal speak ers at the annual dinner of the Home Market a leading hightariff Re publican organization held at the Ho tel Former Governor Black reviewed the business situation of the country although he did not men tion President Roosevelt by much of his address was a criticism of the which Black held as partially responsible for the The former re ferring to William Bryan thought that he and the president were engaged in rivalry to see who can say the most and worst The speaker said that the two great po litical once so proud and mili are but playthings In the hands of two men whom the the country at length and advocated a continuance of the present policy of protection for American In opening his address Congressman Bannon made his only reference of the evening to either Secretary Taft or Senator For aker in those words We cant afford to dispense with the services of such a grand Republican as Joseph Benson Further than this the prophet speaketh Bannon Quotes Uncle Bannon said In part Many public men high In the ells of the nation are now advocating tariff Others have opposed their The man whp knows more about the government of the United States and how to successfully run It than any other American Is Jo seph In a speech at Dan ville eighteen months ago he said Tariff revision in time of pros perity always has halted and always will halt business production and Protection Is not a local but is a great national This country is irrevocably committed to the principle of protection and if those clamoring most for revision would only consider that such is the duty on a certain raw material ift con sideration of the surrender of a larger duty on the finished product means tj throw thousands of American wage earners out of It means to shut down hundreds of factories It means a decreasing market for product of the farm it means Im paired confidence means a vital blow at two one agri cultural and the other manufacturing are now working In harmony for the mutual welfare and benefit Of Transported to Better New in bed In a position that showed that the deed was done with Bosche of Buffalo committed suicide In the Astor house by slashing the ra dial artery of the left arm with a In the room were found letters addressed to the manager of the ho the and his In the former Bosche apologized for the trouble he was causing To the coroner he said There IB no toe cesslty for any The walttfr Is In the room as t am wiling I am simply issuing myself transporta tion to another and better no matter what Its conditions or cir Rooseevlt Wants to Be who flay exactly what the are talking declare that Presi dent Roosevelt is not and will not be candidate for renomlnatlon any On the they he has declared within the last few days In the ttajraesftes It U to be elect ed United States senator next January to succeed Senator Platt One of Booths Andrew who was a member ef the band which captured Booth after the ei President Is dead settled policy of the cbunirthe tion of revision would be approached with less danger to the business of the Massachusetts Is a great manufac turing state and naturally many of its manufacturers urge free raw material for jn their One of the free raw materials persist ently asked for is cattle I ant not willing to give up the duty on ar ticles manufactured for leather In con sideration of the surrender of the 15 per cent duty on hides because such a course would materially cripple the manufacture of leather products in this Worklngmen Would I object again on account of the effect this proposition would have upon the American Are we go Ing to bring these men In competition with the workmen of foreign couni tries To surrender he 15 per cent1 WHEN HER BACK ACHES A Woman All Her Energy and Ambition Slipping Greenville women know tho aches and pains that come ilrhett the kidneys fall make life a hip die zy distressing urinary trou all tell of sick kidneys and warn you of the stealthy approach of dropsy and dis Doans Kidney Pills cure all these Heres proof of it in a GreenTllle wo mans words i 39 North Mer cer t with a dull aching In the small of my for some jnoKttut before I realized that my I also My daughter had been on attack of kidney disease the use of Doans Kidney so I to try them in my and procured a box at Aldenderfers drug It was only necessary for me to we halt the box in accordance Wjth the directions before I was completely I have no more tropbje trUJt my Chills andn the headaches being a thing of the past I consider Doans Kidney Pills a most reliable remedy and worthy of much For sale by all Price FosterMllburn New sole agents for the United Remember the take no t Associated Press WA0HABLE DKB6B Cotton Fftbrim for Spring and Summer Nineteen Mundred and Imported ground with em broidered block in various ooler and 33o per yard Mercerized Cotton mV ric intended for shirtwaist All the new Spring shades of 35c per Imported Efleurc iheer and exceed ingly dainty showing the new stripe Decorated 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