Monday, February 17, 1908

Greenville Evening Record

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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING RECORD FLOOD PASSES AM Swollen Rivers Begin to Recede at Pittsbiirg After Reaching Stage of Feet 2 CENTS PER MUCH SUFFERING AT WHEELING Mill Districts Inundated and Destitute Population Driven From Their Homesor Dependent on Police As Industries floor twelfth highest rise in the local rivers since has passed Into Last evening the waters began to The highest stage WM 30 710 This flood level pre vailed from an hour after noon until a lew minutes before 4 At mid Might the rise was disappearing at the rate ot 110 ot a foot an hour and this means high water for many The flood fell short nearly nix feet of equaling that ot last the highest in the history of local A cold snap checked the The weather bureau forecasts predict a cold wave heading this way and a drop In the temperature to 10 degrees above aero Is la nnch suffering in Wheeling and the urroundlng river The Wheel ing board of with the coopera tion of the police fur nished food for hundreds ot and wagons were furnished for mov ing many families from flooded After the waters recede there will be great suffering in this The traction llntis are running with frequent transfers at points where the tracks are Navigation la on the and the rail road lines are being operated under great Donald and Bdward Brooks had a thrilling experience in the Icefllled Deceived by the clear water above the the boys undertook to row to South Wheeling In a frail Soon the ice closed around their and In a desperate effort for their was broken Into a scoifof pieces and the again caughtB the rushing stream of ice and Hundreds lined the bank and dfch stared the boys in the face fothlf on un by mere succeeded In getting their boat JnlpBnooth water and landed hun dred persons were cfcpelled to flee through water at when a cinder bank thlrtjfeet built by the Carnegie Stlrf company for protection of lowlandprom gave way under tho presgafo of Fifty houses In the Sottoms were In The Is at flood fortytwo feet nid All railroads but one hifvo Suspended and many Industrial esiabfchmonts have shut down because of Inn Bast ies along the Ohio river are partially but not as ssriously as last Electric railway travel over sev eral divisions of the Bast Liverpool Traction and Light companys lines has been The city pumping station In six under water and hundreds of families In the lowlands of TRUSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF eightyfive years a welltodo re tired citizen of was found dead In his with his skull He was murdered by Spring acting as a pallbearer at the funeral of a Towers Hippie was arrest ed at Parkerford charged with the theft of goods from a freight police have reported that Lewis who was found In the office of his shirt factory with a bullet hole in his was the victim ot an From shore to shore at 7 oclock last night the Susquehanna river was one mass of floating Ice passing down the stream without any Interruption as for as at tempt by prohibitionists In the state senate to reconsideration of tho vote by which the prohibition amend ELECTION Every Good Citizen Should Cast His Vote ough Offices Important ELECTION TOMORROW Enough Men Nominated to Make a Selection for the Various Borough The borough spring election takes place There are two tickets In the Dehioratic and the Prohibitionists and others not making nominations for any of the There Is no evidence of any special flght except on council where there appears to be some gum shoe For the Important office of council this Wellsvllle and Smiths art temporarily The river lacKs feet of equaling the mark of last March Upper Miller and Charles Nutter attempted to drive over an Inundated road and the vehicle and Us occupants and the horse werfl swept Into the torrent of the Sandusky Miller and the horse were but Nutter swam to a ment wan defeated was frustrated by a tho Republicans present an a member of thei flrm of Orr and a plea that he had been hypnotized to think that he property owner John said Fight the Jim Crow was flled In the United States circuit court asking for an Injunction against the railroad companies to restrain them from carrying Into effect the Jim Crow The petition states that It Is In rloUtion of the enabling which provides that there shall be no distinc tion In the state on account of color or previous condition of servi was smart and manly wan made by Ralph Scott of Sprlngdeld when brought up for sentence for highway Scott was sent to the Mans field forty years a shot to bo the heaviest taxpayer In Green and well acquainted with the school a member of the firm of Leech and a lifelong resi His running mate Is Stacy a popular business whose education has been ample for the having been a Colgate unlver slty The pre sent a strong In Frank Moy er and Tho former Is at present a member of the board and for years has been a member of the flrm of Livingston Porter holds one of tho most Impor tant railroad positions In the being head of engineering depart ment of tho The office of constable Is Impor more so than is usually admit one the Re publican can point with pride TcN Men Taken Prom Bed and Beaten by 300 Night 300 galloped Into Eddyvllle at That Is Attitude of Former Qov 1 oclock In the aroused In habitants by firing hundreds of took ten men from the edge of town and whipped them se verely and then dashed away baton threatening to return Those whipped are Police Judge Lesel former city marshal Press deputy city ernors Adherents in Ken tucky Senatorial Fight BATTLE LINES ARE STILL FIRM towns and a hto record ln thttt owner of real an old resident Democratic Clark and one of the most public I m evdence his record as chief Tho Democrats present Wasof of tte borouch officer of a wellliked business man AWl J O VMU U and killed hie wife and then shot himStewart long a resident here self to Eight the owns property Frank Baal lives Mutual Reserve on the New have been appointed for the Mutual Re serve Life Insurance company upon the application of a policyholdera Insolvency and inability to meet its obligations were given In the courts order as the reason for they succeeded in pulling their tke appointment of fcoat upon a high cake of but when the flood struck a pier of the DeWltts Llttlo fcarly Risers the North Wheeling bridge they in grave The cake the beat pills West are Boldly Harry Lairds Opera House The Most Important Comic Opera Event in the History of ALFRED AARONS Magnificent New Musical Production YAMA Direct and intact from 100 Perfor mances at the Walnut street with the followng great cast CLARENCE former Mayor of His Honor the Mayor MISS former leading soubrette of His Honor the AARONS DANCiNG DOLLSThe former big hit of proflts wl be are youngest one year old and the oldest It Is said Uiat Grue ner was mentally fond ness for clgarets has got Ben Vlt a foreign coal of Ells into serious He was lodged In jail here charged with smok Ing a ctgaret In a dangerous part of one of the Ellsworth Declaring that James a young shoemak had compelled them to steal and bring the stolen articles to him by the use of James Creedon and Thomas Leo Ryan are held by the police upon the charge of a West Flnley was pitching hay from a stack with a yell of a man emerged from the coatless and bare The stranger had been routed from his nest by a deep jab from the charity ball to be given this week by society leaders of Hollidaysburg raise funds for the was crlti by the pas tor of Zion Lutheran In his sermon he warned his congregation not to attend the Bible 364 years old is in the possession of a school teacher of War The book bears the Imprint of Chrlstofer Switz The volume Is bound in calfskin almost half an Inch thick and the back is heavily ribbed and studded with copper the Italian who blew up the bouse of Mastrinlcola at Charlerol because her would have none of was sentenced by Judge Taylor to ten years in the peniten After being taken back to jail he took secured none knows and died In a few min poll of the Democrats of the Ohio legislature shows 53 for 9 for Harmon and Senator Drake of Brie for Mayor Tom Johnson of Six refused to commit themselves and eight wora total of Of the eight absentees six are almost cer tainly Bryan one is for Harmon and one in con taining silver and copper been found In the celebrated Cutebra cut of the Panama This has been ascertained by chemical investi gation at the laboratory of Colonel consulting state geolo In this Larger quantities are to be shipped to ascertain what the on the West Side where ho was born and a popular em ploye of the Bessemer and McMurray in business on Can al street with a wide acquaintance in For school director Ira Leech seeks a reelection on the Republi can He is president of of the Carnegie but not for the audit Ing of tho boroughs accounts Is ait Important conies tho Who Is on the Repub lican has had experience in accounts and bookkeeping in the service of the Shelby Tube I Charles of the West Is his a machinist at tho i shops and well qualified for the A Pretty Silk This pretty bodice Is of India silk simply made with gathers nt shoul ders and neck brought into u draped Velvet rlblion CTOSKCS over the USES STRONG WORDS New Japanese Ambassador Says War Would Be Hellish and Inhuman marshal Orare a saloon and six Connection between the whipping of the men and the tobacco vendetta In Western Ken tucky IB not as none of the victims Is active in opposition to the tobacco No attempt was made at destroying stored The riders were well drilled and welt armed About 250 entered town from one while 60 mot them from the opposite Fully a thousand shots were flred during thy tint the only person hurt by the fusillade Is a young whoso face was grazed by a The home of Judge Rucker was riddled with bullets and doors and shutters were torn off by the riders in their struggle to seize the Houses of the other victims were also Republicans Standing by Former Gov ernor Bradley In Hope of Some c Lucky Fluke Giving Him Enough Deals Master New master plumbers and three plumbing firms were indicted by a federal grand Jvry on charges ot violating the Sher man antitrust These Indictments make a total of more than 126 indict ments In two days under the Sherman The master plumbers are charged with conspiring to restrain a New Orleans plumbing manufactory from selling goods to a local hardware WHAT THE KIDNEYS Their Unceasing Work Keeps Strong and Us All the blood in the body passes JKen tucky general assembly baa for a month In an effort to elect a United Stitea senator to sttccfted James McCreary and today is ap parently no nearer an election thafl It was on the day the first ballot Was On the first joint vote former Governor John nomi nated for the senatorahlp at the Demo cratic received 66 votes and former Governor William Republican caucus 64 while 17 Democrats scattered their votes and 1 Republican was absent through During the month ot ballottlng Beckham ha A gained Sena tor who voted against him the flrst lost Representative while Representative who was has recovered and is now voting for The relative stand Ing of the two candidates Is therefore about the same aa when the voting While the senatorial pot to at the bolting point legislation la almost at a The la more than half but only one bUthas beceme a law and It only for a ate nographer for the ImportCftt bills desired by die tobacco appropriations or state InttUtittlOftS sad for the new oapltol are all tied up op IKDIA bust and again in buck with knot at the The lint IN of faced with Irlinniud with ribbon feutuurn and a long jtiweled The design is from DeWltts CarbolUed Witch Hazel Salve Is especially good for For sale by Harry His Honor the MISS GEORGIA the former Star of A Chinese MISS LOIS formerly of His Honor the MISS VIOLET The Blue Prlma Donno Soprano formerly with MmeSchumann TEMPLAR famous English formerly with The Blue JAMES formerly with SchumannHelnk Opera HARRY formerly with His Honor the FRED formerly with His Honor the Pretty Musical Numbers24 Augmented Orchestra of Soloists Loads of Beautiful The one big musical success of the entire Seat sale Saturday morning at Wests Drug FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST COMPANY Capital and Surplus of deposits to tht Banklnfl L A s worked up in boardei in Martha Clelands boarding house discovered fire in the Clad in night he wont two blocks to arouse returned and rescued a score of The building was A few min utes later a large roller skating rink was discovered on fire and was de The James col was having been over come by prisoners in the Marion county jail have made their escape and are still at Bloodhounds are on their The who escaped by break ing loose an iron rail and wrenching loose bars in a window are Pasquale Rudero and Tomaso Ital charged with a and Olo vano Delmonlco and John ac cused of They aie supposed to kave escaped into la an nounced that the Mlddletown works of the National Tube company permanently abandoned and the work which has been done there will here after be done at The Mld dletown plant gave employment to mm at a monthly payroll of 000 and has been the chief Industry erf the The plant has been closed tor the last two and ail the awcblaery has alTMdy hMa te Popes Arrive at f arrived kavt h t rMRHITURE 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 or 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 us to carry a full line ot 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 sat isfy you as it hog many others that we have the right goods at the right THE QIBSON JifefVki New that i war between the United States and j Japan would be the most inhuman i in the worlds history and was I too hellish to be thought Baron j Kogoro the new ambassador to said upon landing in New York from the steam er that the Japanese people know absolutely nothing of a break I In the cordial relations which have been historic between the j Talkof Takahlra declared with much was utterly un intelligible to him as someone had it was spread broad cast to serve the commercial ends of some The new ambasaa1 dor said there might be some matters I pending in Washington which would require his but they were not As to the cruise of the j American fleet to the Pacific he regarded it purely aa a naval ma neuver on a grand to show the world at large that America has a wonderful naval power which can be dispatched anywhere at a mo ments notice in support of any legiti mate which always Is at the bottom of American Baron Takahlra left for Washington at once to present his credentials to President He is a warm personal friend of Roosevelt and is looking forward to his meeting with the chief executive with a great deal of pleasurable The baron is returning to the American capital after an absence of two years spent In Rome as ambassador to The baron left Washington as minister and was subsequently elevated to the rank of He was one of Japans envoys at the Portsmouth peace You know it is well said by your famous general that War is It is now a concurrent opinion among the best military experts of all tho great powers that war is more hellish than it used to be owing to the greac Bclentlflr improvements which are con stantly being applied to manslaughter ing It Is impossible in my opinion to any man of ordinary sanity to think of a war between two powers like ours in view of tho sincere friend ship which so long has actually exist ed between To think of it is a crime against against civili against the wellbeing of the whole of Such a if ever would be the most inhuman event in the worlds Our peo ple at least do not think of the possi bility of such an unfortunate 13YearOld Saves I the thirteenyearold son of Joseph of West res1 cued his mother from an fir ing two revolver shots at him and driv ing the man panicstricken from the A stranger walked uncere moniously into the bouse and or dered away by He re fused to go and became McCahaii screamed as the strang er advanced toward her thirteenyearold who was in an adjoining heard her grabbed a revolver from a drawer and ran to his mothers He raised weapon and fired twice at the who although both shoU Went Labals a Bass ffe the famous ale placed an order for the supply of than bottle labels a day v through the kidneys once every in the senatorial three The kidneys filter j Those Democratic legislators the They work night and are voting against Beckhara have When healthy they remove charged that Beckham did things about 500 grains of impure matter Htlcally to favor his own candidacy when unhealthy some part of tne detriment of the party in Ken this impure matter is left In the The constant effort of the Dttri TWs brings on many dis oormt8 who are opposing Beckham has eases and symptomspain In the ot hot Democrat who might prove powerful dry rheumatism gout disorders of the eyesight and CrMry Henry Watterao irregular deb 1ator Bl60hbunli Johli MlvA deposits to state genBtor wheeler Campbell the But if you keep the are among those frequently supported filters right you will have no M possible dark but the Beck ble with your i Democrats have remained Immov Charles 28 says fered so long with pains in my that I had become discouraged and did not think I was going to get any There was a constant dull pain over the that made me sick all I was unable to as sume any comfortable position in bed and lost a great deal of My back was so weak that I could not stoop or lift anything and If I stood on my feet for any length of the pains would become in A friend advised me to try Doans Kidney Pills and I procured a box at Aldenderfers drug By the time I had used half the con tents of this box the pains had dis Union able and declare that if Beckham caav I suf not win no other Democrat Republicans are supporting Bradley as a that ly procure enough votes fromthe Democrats to elect Several lead Ing Republican state papers have gested that the Republicans make deal with the Democrats to elect aoma other Democrat than pro vided the Democrats aid In passing a new rediBtrlcting a bipartlsea state board law and other legislation desired by the my general health was in I jwas completely unqualified For by all Price 50 FosterMllburn New sole agents for the Unit ed Remember tho take no Girl Caused Fatal Mary a telegraph operator at Kay on the Cresson and Clearfield told a coroners jury that she was to blame for the wreck in Which Engineer John McNellls loet his life and several other persons were In Miss Bannon confessed she had received orders to hold a but became confused and transmitted wrong instructions to The jury found In accordance with Miss Bannpns Miss Bannon Is the only support of a widowed mother and three small i i 1 i jif x WASHABLE DRESS NEW FABRICS FOR Pekin striped Mercerized Cotton flfclfl proprlate for shirtwaist suite m rate Silk and Cotton showing Ptkln and Roosan and many other pojr mid Silk and Cotton good mentation of the allsilk Sky snuff natural and natural pongee 65c per Andersons Imiiis are made of a fine Egyptian which gives to them a soft silky flnteht Among them are many new patterns color and 50c per yard Other and 35c per j HcCreerj and Wood Street at Sixth Its in the Blood Any form of akin dsnataa poison ia tat H gtattu QRBAT ECZEMA REMEDIES i SSBJSBJ

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