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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                T EVENING Oil GREETS HUNS Bittttfihlp Fleet Passes Valparaiso at FourKnot Speed arid ExchangesSalutes PEOPLE CROWD HILL AND SHORE D of Good Will Given Admiral Evans and His ShlpnwtMaChlleHn Forts and Ships Join In Noisy The great fleet of sixteen battle the command of Rear Ad miralEvans has passed Valparaiso andcontinued on its voyage north ward for the next stop ping All Valparaiso and thou sands of persons from every city in Chile witnessed the passing of the fleWf President Monti and the other hlgfciofflclals of the republic came out fronr shore to greet the and almbst theJentire Chilean navy exchanged salutes with them as they swung around Curaumllla point and into Valparaiso bay in single hewled by the Chilean cruiser Chaca bUCO and five Chilean torpedo boat principal buildings In the city were dressed for the and the day was observed as a holiday In honor of the From the picturesque sloping dotted with a profusion of bunting and the waving of flags were discernible from the Thousandsof persons from Santiago and other places In tho republic had come Into Valparaiso for the and the roofs of the Bolsa Commer with Its two huge the ens torn house and the largo warehouses and other buildings along the circular road skirting the bay front were black with The enthusiasm of the Chileans was and they cheered lustily ns each battleship of the fleet swept around tha review Ing their sides lined with jackiea In Immaculate while nnd the bands playing patriotic The noise of the cheering was lost In that of the saluting guns from the fort and the Altogether shots were Great Fleet After the fleet had passed to northward a banquet was served nu board the General Baquedana by Pres ident Monti Inhonor of the matle corps and his other guest paid a I big round figure for Waddell Is worth was all Jimmy Me would say when asked about erms made with Connie Mack for McAleer returned to ligstown from where bonipleted arrangements for Wad Jimmy In He Just when It was told him that La Griffith and a few more managers they would not take Rube as a lie fears no trouble In handling erratic KAISER MAKES TROUBLE Valparaiso with a Greenvilles New Post Office Coroner Hanley has sent word to the Justice of the peace at a small town fifteen miles west of thin to delay the luneral of George Meyers until a thorough investigation can be made to determine whether or not a murder has been The body to have been Interred at ConneaUtvlllo and the mourners were assembled j about the remains when the summont 40 stop the services It hai leen supposed that Meyers had taken her own but later develop ments Indicate that a crime may have been According to rumors the Uu Concert of Powers by DIsj velt and Admiral Evans and his UP t crews and and the unlveJ r I Whit Is nflctl wish expressed that the Amol hat la liacti leans may have fair weather and felly the breakup of the huiopean safe passage to their Boncert on the Macedonian question the city of Valparaiso celebrations come as a shock to tho chancellor every kind are In progress and eveiles of the continent and par where may be heard words of pralfticularly as a quiet diplomatic season Tor Admiral Evans for having honorjhad been The assent of Germany to tho management of Mo toccan affairs by France and the con clusion of agreements 10 maintain the status quo in tho Mediterranean seemed to make the possibility of dif ferences arising among tho powers re The conferences of the ambas sadors at Constantinople also ap peared to be going on smoothly when a bomb was thrown Into camp by the announcement made by Baron Mare chal Von the German am that Germany would no longer act with the other powers In In sisting that Turkey consent to their As to the cloud that has arisen be tween Russia and Austria Hungary Bessemer building will house the Green In IT 1 uiuui nB in was In Pittsburgh Whatever the outcome there IB no doubt that there Is talk of the change and more or less done to effect Found In A welldressed man about fifty years of age was found resting In tork of a tree twelve feet above round In a wood at a su M this The body was frozen In the pockets was found T were no marks of HEARS ABOUT TRIMMII Learns Ion of Honest armory over there reminds mejthe said Thomas Ueldeif In in us continually 10 In the family of a certain nobleman at Capernaumthere was anything but for a beloved son was sick even at the point of The fathe ad somehow heard of and he ent himself to Cana to bring Jesu Bck with him to heal his Sick ess of the body is much more of a eallty to most people than the sick ess of sin In the but to our Lore ho sin sickness is the Wheu High Water Comes on With a Rush in the NightBessemer Shops Flooded and Closed ley car during a heavy It a noble the and will stand at to se for the Novlpazar railroad line and Die Justice of Ger many supporting her ally are recog ADMIRAL Turning sharp around Curaumllla pointat in the the Chacabuco and thelive Chilean de stroyers led the Connecticut and her fifteen sister ships Into the view of the ttiotMandsWho had awaited their appearancefsince The day was perfect audahe spectacleof the fleet In a great as seen from the high hills around the Proceed at Four President Montt and other Chilean officials embarked on the training ship who carried it said or words to that Ill help as full of trimmings as and the gang thnt helped him H would cram You evidently do not kno you are said the with impressive Whatever Reldenour to say was Schwenksville hove In sigh the stranger bowed he I am Pennypacke CHEcYuTVALID Washington County CouriDeclde for the It is now said that the official break Ing up of all these international un derstandings will aggravate the Mace donian reopen the whole Near East start a contest for railroad concessions which lead to serious results and enable Turkey to postpone the reforms for which the goin ar for ambassadors as out In th eBaxjuedano the fleet swung at a speed of four firing the presi dential salute as they passed In re It was one hour from the time the head of the fleet entered the bay unlit the last vessel had passed the presi dents ship nnd turned toward the open Then the Baquedano lifted anchor and escorted the fleet well out of the bay and on its way to the It was a great such as hadnever before been seen In Valpa raiso and the sight will long be remembered by the people of Chile who came to witness The shipping In the harbor und the KRUGER LfcAuS 10 DEATH Deputy Fire Chief of New York Sacri fices Life to New Deputy Chief Charles known for many years as the grand old man of the FLOODS ON j Old Shops New Floor Cov ered With Ten Inches of Water Bessemer Keeps Going Though Tracks Are Hits rain Friday evening cul minated in a Hood that will rank with the Melting snow and rain had tilled the tho Uttle Shenango and every brook in this vicinity to the brim by Friday afternoon and the downpour of Fri day evening slopped them all Since the now Bessemer bridge was erectednear the Carnegie works and the channel freed from the old piers andL timbers the Hood here havebeenmaterially seuecl but a gorge and ice pack the Erie railroad bridge at Shenango did the work effectually and tne flats were The Bessemer shops suffered most and work had to be The engine turn Tho stretch between Korrtown and Bessemer Erie Interchange was under 3 feet of French Creek and the Erie tracks were used frtrin Meadvllle to the This side of the Lake Shore arch at Conneaut there is so much water no one attempts to estimate the depth this is an annual Train 14 was delivered to the Bes semer at Saturday but Chief Dispatcher Smith was no tilled that nothing could be told as to when the next passjkger train could be brought in The Western Union line went out of at The up on the Saturday be and Kicked South Race street as far as John Callen almost to and on Water street It had crossed This is the highes checks aggregating ting the most unique will in Washington we to probate in the count They were draw constltu offered admitted registers by leading his men In a desperate against Hvmes In Canal reet While of Washl and made payable to his before undergoing an o hospital as a last means his sold all his pro posited In the bn to make a fearing and he wrote dated ahead and made Close succumbed tlon and his wife endej lect the money he left The banks in In irolonglng and de He refused by itwo checks to his the opera rred to col iieans of the id payment in the ground that thf saker of the Ihecks was dead and consequently t they were Suffragettes G the wellknown leade o the women working his cellar filled Kruker plunged through a trap into subbasement filled with dead when taken but In few minutes which elapsed be en the time the old man fell and body was drawn out more than a score of men had risked their own lives in an effort to save that of their I know it would happen this said one of Krugers men when the chiefs body was being curried I have been to many fires with He WHS always in the He never go into that place or this placehe always led us He follow and that s just what he saidthis time when he led ns Into that Boys fol low U was Just what many of us tables and transfer tables were lakes and the old shops The floor of the new shops was covered with a water carpet eight to ten Inches During the night the Bessemers telegraph service was put out of commission between the offices here and the Shenango Chief Lineman Henderson found that a number of poles had been broken of swept away by the water anc The unsupported wires sagged tho water and were shortclr and into say t has been for twelve he residents of that At A special from Sharon at 2 said that the Shenango was not ris ng at that hour but during the fore risen at the rate of six m noon had Inches an TRISTUTE BRIEF ments have been concluded for begin on the new DonoraWeb terbridge by March a evlval of the records of Collector Hill of the port of Philadel phia for the month of January show an increase of over those f the same month last and Warren Bertolet have a son lately born for whom they do not need to fear for first process of cut ting as the child was born wltn two fully cut teeth In the lower age of was taken from the pilot of an engine limited He had ridden from Cleveland and was unconscious from He was taken to a A twostory frame dwelling on West Twentyfifth gtreet was wrecked by anexploslon of Seven persons were In the house but none was fatally A plumb er looking for a leak with a lighted match was responsible for the BCCI Crazed by Marshall Splllroan o Penusboro attacked his rofctttef wltn When his brother John to her rescueSptllmnn seliMSd a dou blebitted cut off one of his legs otherwise him so badly that hewlll Harris has signed theTtathburn bill prohibiting the drinking of intoxicants IIAj ill PPOSEl Oh Pa Washli drlch Qeor favor iby the Benat UaqnitshlS ought ffft B7 T IOW IllUi the wellknown leadelof the women men We have often said and the olfcr delegates of i nmn killed at a the organization whlwero arrested flre hls raen when they attempted onstration In the ho all went to Jail for than give sureties f make a dem of weeks rather their eood be i flre leadiiin I KriiRer was fiftyseven years old and been a member of the department for thirtysix Several yeais ago Kruger WHS acting ohlof oftn department for liul 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 pleasant If you anticipate camping out or spending the summer In your cottage It will pay you to 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 night Our evergrowing trade en ables usto carry a full line ol uptodate Furniture which we at such leasonable prices that we never have anything put staples on Our Christmas gooda fere up to the limit A visit to our atore will eat My you as It haa many ottoere that we have the right goodr the right THE QIBSON culted and some of the wires were broken These poles had been set In five feet of cement and tn one case the pole foundation and al were swept At this same spot Henderson found a over 12 inches In d that had been sheared off by the and many smaller trees were cut off slick and By the niil of boats a temporary line was Notwithstanding all the Hooded portions of the road the Bessemer operating department is keeping everything At Osgood there Is five feet of wa ter and trains are sent over the K j 0 n shuttle train carrying 1 stingers to and from Groeuvllle con necting at LIKE HOT Lesson For THE INTERNATIONAL Tsxt of John Memory John Prepared by t7 American Press Life is one of the great topics of this and It Is very manifestly the topic of this for three times we have the Thy son llveth verses In Him was eternal made and He came thrit we might have life and have 19 man nd let down through the roof Into esus He first healed tho soul nd then his A whole body con alnlng an unsaved soul Is on Its way o the perishing of both soul and body n hell but a saved soul n any kind of a even that of a Insures a perfectly whole body n due time John The Saviour tested him as to wheth er he needed a sign to makehim be but the father has only one come ere my child die verse When we have Just one rreat burden on our our prayer s very apt to bo prevailing Consider the one thing of 4 and see the persistency and victory the woman of Matt Without going with the man Jesus said to Go thy way tay son llveth verse and the man ceased his believing theword that Jesus had went his way verse not unlike that of the who also wasquite tent with a word fr6m Possibly this father the centrirlon frietids our faith becomes effectual by our knowledglng what he has done for us Philemon nnd when we have seen for ourselves something of His We cannot but speak the things which we have seen and beard Acta It was on the next day that the father reached and the terr ants met him with the good and on comparing notes they found that Just at the time when Jesns said the word the fever left the boy7 oc on the preceding He Is al ways the same and no respecter of Where Is our faith This man and his Is there some power manifest that affects the household How aim le It seems One who Is worthy of nost absolute confidence and we believe what He says and act ac for Hath He and shall He not do it hath He spoken and shall He not make It good Kill However unlikely the thing may it matters We must say as Paul did In the storm at I be lieve God that It shall be evenasltwaa told me Acts Take the following words as samples ply see the result John byhis trains except in compartments or e oars where the samejare The law takes effect at Violation of the law Is made misdemeanor punish Ishable by a Mary Varga ofCharlorol was tes tifying In court here against Joe an alleged Black Hand ac cused of blowing up the womans two months died in an adjoining where it hadbeen left with anat tendant help her son Peter In his suit for a William1 Hecknian deeded her farm In townsWpto his Miss Mary Ellen Thedeedcontained the night Dels ol culi nioneyi easllyt In InanVr and c pricii etst clrcti basis ready mentio westl i and trot thV addIL gold to i It Noodles Voice Again Heard Here Af ter Five Have Noddies selling the Evening tried to give the Greenville addltlo tlonal grmtvvi treasuw y R child of God bath everlasting life and shall never perish I John all sins forgiven BBail n uwu dltlonthat the1 marriage1 should take placeat The couple are now on their Wheeling age the oldestWomart In West Is dead at her home in She retained her fac ulties until tho came very a recollection of tbeVist of thev Marquis de ette to this country andcould remem ber the war of bull while being drivenalong the main street near the courthouse saw nil reflection in the plateglass windowof a The bull tore loose from his made a dash for the win dow and fell with a crash among the perfume Courthouse officials came Wthe bladlnr4he null with light light schedule has been OI Ished by the council of The old contract with the comtfWlight ing the town providedthat theelectric street could be shut 6tt on Uy moonlight The old contract has expired and the borough fathershave decided that U Is best to have the lights burning all night andevery the Brotherhoodof Locomotive BngP neers called on General ace Baker of the cent system to discuss With recently I on that It was said tended to oppose the cut on tli that theyhad a formatwage agree ment with the railroad which had run before any p v LI4U 1 be likeHim j and peace In life apart from Is for the body as wei as tha for m duo at the resurrection of tho all the re deemedshall have Incorrup tible bodies like the glorified body of our Lord 21 I Meantime as temples of the Hoy Ghost we may know His power In oulekenlng these mortal bodies far be yond that which the majority seem to Ifipnviiio i a demonstration of how to it last but his host of evon tlKmgu we as far as smallboy worshippers crowded kaow to It must around him like a starving army at fce tnat greater honor shall be brought a free lunch and elbow room greater blessing for time was as scarce as at a bargain aufl eternlty to He began at Canal and Main streets There are some of us to whom tte where a largo crowd awaited expresslon after two days or the despite the bad Wheu he third day verse chapter lea his leatherlunged voice winwems always to point the iesurrecton dowa flew doors opened and peand the kingdom and to suggest the Where the fineft hotbreadbr or puddings are r is destrlans quickened their pace to see and hear Noodles sell his papers like hqt cakes and the proceeds were tossed among the kids who dived into the slush for the There were 105 newsies at the l The having seen His won drous works at welcomed Him to but after His resurrec WBIB He Blessed are they that show last and at the Records 8eeu and yet have believed1 free entertainment this chapter Peter said to those theatre was packed and1 many could to whom he having not not get A 40ralnute lecture by ye love In though ye Noodles on Ufe In the yet clal acts by Miss with Joy unspeakable nnd full of glory plno talking moving plotfffW Pet Ho Inade seemed tp be taM forth and we would with whom Be f or or s Royal is equally timeror aluable in W preparation o su t ma Record will npr credit or ni tp but those whom He had hoaJ   

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