Greenville Evening Record, February 18, 1908 : Front Page

Publication: Greenville Evening Record February 18, 1908

Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania R 2 CENTS PBft NOT Morgan Camps Out in Washington and His Presence Only Incenses the TRAPPED DEFENSE BEGINS PET BILLJ DANGER Numerous Attacks on Aidrich Cur rency Measure Are Displeas ing to Banker Morgan IT WILL HAVE HARD SLEDDING General Belief That It la Drawn to Favor Wall Street Interests Arouses Presence in Washington Also Serious Washington Pierpont Morgin has arrived here from New York to further devote his attention to the Aldrlch emergency currency bill new before the Morgan U understood to be surprised and an Wiyed over the fact that many of the particularly those from the west and have criticized the ill with much and are seek Ing to amend it along lines most ob to Wall street PIBRPONT When Morgan put his oa the Mil a week after consulting tor ind other Re Opposition puBTIcairmeraBeTB or tne finance com he felt assured that the bill would go through the senate and 1 house without One week of steady battering at the section author ing the secretary of the treasury to accept railroad bonds as collateral for the of emergency cur rency and the repeated charges that It was drawn simply to give the Wall street Interests a more powerful hold on the people of the has made Morgan as well as hla friends In the senate somewhat un easy over the outcome of the The situation In the senate Is be lieved to be well In but the bit ter attacks of the with one or two and many of the ad ministration Republicans have made upon It Is having a bad effect on the Hearing From Republican members throughout the west and northwest and from rural sections in the east are beginning to hear from their All of these letters are opposed to the As the congressmen must go to the people of their districts for reelection next fall they fear to Ignore the bank era and business men in their sections who are opposed to the While Morgan would not discuss the bill and no member of the flnancq committee would admit as it is hinted that the bill may yet be amend ed in several particulars in order to stifle the objections of many of the senators so that it may be passed without further discussion and thus get through the house before the pres sure upon the representatives becomes too Democratic leaders in the house and declare that they will not consent to this They are seeking to gather as many speeches for their campaign book next fall as possible and have a long program yet to carry What is they are determined to have roll calls on the bill on every both in the senate and In the In order to every member on record as to position on the The object In so house Is ccnv Is to aid them in taking close districts in various states away from the Does Not Take the Altogether Senator Aldrlch and by his continued presence and Pin arjlvltv in the bUl mTVFTrttrrra up a noniers near TO tne Republican Many of the Re publican leaders bellove Morgan Is making a serious mistake by his presence here and his appearance In the senate gallery to watch the prog ress of the Several senators close to the president have urged Senator Aldrlch to advise Morgan to re main away from the senate while the bill Is under Morgan does not take the He Is said to be completely wrapped up In the bill and believes he should have the credit for it and should be al to watch Its progress through the According to the Democratic pro gram the attacks upon the bill will be more bitter this week than as the have not yet finished their preparations for their Sena tori Dan and othen Intend to lead In the In addition to Sena tors Hansbrough and LaFolIette are preparing to at Uelc FIRE AT LIg Ten Business Establishments and Two Homes Fanned by a brisk a fire that inflicted damage estimated at menaced the entire business section of Leech1 burg and destroyed two with the ten business establishments j and two homes contained in Tho I of unknown started In the basement of the Klrkpatrick I twostory brick Market and Third That structure wan soon j in ruins and the flames spread to tin Long thrceHtory brick building adjoining in Market The two volunteer fire companies of this bor ough and the Vandergrift department fought the blaze and by hard work prevented it from leaping across a va1 cant lot to the residence of While the Long home was seriously it was finally Both the Klrkjatrick and Long business buildings were entirely Rush of Mud Shuts Men Off From Outside World in Colliery Near age a wool buyer of New York committed suicide in his room at the Hotel Norval here by tak ing carbolic He had been brood Ingover business though he had just closed a purchase of eight miners Were Imprisoned In tho Mldvalley near Mount Car by the breaking of a dam of water which had formed in a which caused a rush of mud into a gangway where tho men were at All day long a party of rescuers en deavored to reach the entombed and shortly after 6 oclock they were given encouragement by sounds of digging from the Later a shot was also Indicating that the men were at work to effect their own rescue and also giving assurance that the air is Among the men entombed are a number of experienced and It Is believed that it will be possible to effect the rescue of all the men unless some of them should have met death by being smothered rush of mud when the dam broke through the gang Seven of the number are Ameri They are Peter Mount Carmel George Mount Carmel William load Connersvllle Junes Mldvalley Albert loud Mount Carmel Charles Mldvalley Bernard The other entombed men are The men had been employed in 4 drift of the east side gangway driv ing a heading to the The heavy rains and thaw of tho lost few days had caused a great dam of water to accumulate In 20 breast of 4 drift and the pressure became so heavy that It finally broke through and a groat sea of mud flowed into the gangway where the men were at It filled it for a distance of about 350 feet and it will be necessary to dig through this great barrier of mud to get at the workmen from this dlrecr Three different rescuing parties have been put to work in an endeavor to rescue the entombed One force Is digging away the great bank of mud which fills an other gang is engaged in driving a heading an adjoining while a third force has been put to at the point where the entombed men were to have driven the heading to the surface from the gangway in while ngw It is believed that tho lastnamed gang will be the first to reach entombed and it is hoped to be able to get them out or give them food and drink by Furniture Expert the First Witness But he Did not Strengthen the Case of the Alleged Capitol Grafters TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Jere ml ah Rex died from the effects ol a all on an Icy an nual automobile show was opened last night at the central armory with 200 cars of the 1008 model on a of age was killed at the Labelle Iron works by a roll falling on Senator Kinsman has Introduced a bill to au thorize commissioners to buy and maintain bloodhounds for trailing Cut ler of Boston Schaefer of Chicago in the first game of a WOOpolnt balk line billiard match by a score of 300 to a sign painter from WM killed near While traveling on a coal train he lost his hold and was thrown under the a foreman at the Washing ton Light and Power received volts of electricity through his body without serious re their home near Rogers the fouryear old daughter of and Byron was shot and instantly killed with a revolver by her twelveyearold brother as he stepped outside a saloon at Everson John Stevenson was instantly killed by a said to have been fired by Andrew who had been put out of tho Industrial Revival In all the Industrial concerns In this vicinity have resumed operations after having been closed down for a number of The United Pattersons and the McNIcol potteries have giving employment to INFIRM MAY BE DEMOTED House Makes New Regulation for Gov ernment I legisla executive and judicial appropria tion one of the large supply meas ures of the was passed by the house alter several days dls The amount carried by It is There was a lively debate over tho provision giving beads of departments to remove or re duce incapacitated employes of the The went out on a point of aitnough a wsw one was adopted appro priation not available for the compen of any persons Incapacitated for performing the service for which they Tawney topX occasion to remark that the original provision of the was not directed at superannuated clerks or but only those regardless of had become After a brief open session the sen ate ordered closed and for several hours discussed the Wotuer spoon An agreement was reached to consider ocean mall subsidy bill Sen ator Stone announced that would on the Aldrlch cur rency bill Representative Hughes of New Jer sey has introduced an amendment to the Sherman antitrust act which is designed to meet the objection raised by the supreme court of the United States in a recent The amendment is1 as This act shall not be construed to apply to any agreements or combi nations between made with view of lessening number of hours of labor or of increasing their nor to any agreements or combinations among engaged In horticulture or agriculture and with the view of en hancing the price of agricultural or librttcuUural Hughes proposes to press his amendment be fore judiciary 270 men captured in thirtytwo raids by the state police in its war against the more than 750 men and The Black the count on MEtSOREJS FAULTY Either Too Much or Too Little Shown by Sandersons Fur niture Tape Line DEFENDANTS OPEN THEIR CASE Produce Furniture Who Suc Only In Showing That Sander eons Furniture Were All Wrong de fense In the state Capitol conspiracy suit against Contractor Sanderson and the former state Mathues and on trial In the Dauphin county through the testimony of experts Who had measurements for Sander that the contractor had charged In the aggregate for loss square feet of furniture in the senate chambers than the measurements Associated PreiB Wellsvllle plant of the American Sheet WE OWN AND OFFER AT PAR AND INTEREST GUARANTEED FIRS MORTGAGE SIX PER W OF THE TWIN FALLS NORTH SIDE LAND AND WATER TAX FREE IN PENNSYLVANIA Mature AjttMLtAally from May to May DENOMINATIONS SECURED BY 1 An Absolute First Lien on Rich Agricultural Land Unsuroassed in Pro ductiveness by any in the United This Lien is Created By the State in Favor of the Company Vnder Direct Authorization By tho United States 2 Purchase Money Mortgages of Individual Thm Mtttgagu art Payable in Annual InstallmHto and Caver all During tha Llfa of hair Raspaatlva 3 All the Real and of the Issuing GUARANTEED BY aid Qqaraitee OF PITTSBURGH PAID UP CAPITAL AID SURPLUS The annual net earnings of this Company equal Bve times the interest on the bonds of this and three times the abnddaSprofusely illustrated book on Irrigation will be mailed free upon and Tlnplate company also has re giving work to more than Extra labor is being employed crushing it out before the operations can extend to body of Mike Bodish was found by twe at the Cleveland and Plttsburg rail1 Pottstown fishermen the Schuyl road and It Is reported additional river near Brookes The freight runs are to be posted within bpdy evideuco of foul play and a few days to care for ijn increased Stlef Sabo was arrested charged with Sewer pipe and firebrick plants have started and this Industry i Conrad fives employment to nearly 600 Tu T Whlne of this place went the home Extensive railroad improvements have been started and this means that bun dreds of laborers are to be put to wor at mi IPS t Bank of Paid up Capital JAME and Write any of the Pittsburgh banks concerning the bonds guaranteed by the American Water Works and Guarantee FMRWTVIRE If you want furniture now la the time to buy when you can find everything In stock that la 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 uae ibem on your porch or lawn In the daytime and use them tor a bed at night Our evergrowing trade en n1 es us to carry a full line of uptodate Furniture which we sell at such reasonable that we never have anything but staples on Our Christmas goods were cleaned up to the A visit to our store will sat isfy vou as It has many others that we have the right goods at the right THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE DIQ of his son John in Locust near shot ihe young The sons head half blown off with of The father was Anna Sal isbury received a telegram saying her Cornell twentyfpur years old graduate of the Ma rlon high had been killed by a train at He was on his way home from postmortem examination of Charles a sol dier found dead at a dis closed a wooden Every organ of his body was affected by alcohol ism liver was so hard it waa impossible to cut it a Ohio state child labor law has been declared in valid by the circuit which holds that the measure is in contradiction of the constitutional rights of the peo The case at Issue was that the atate against proprie tor of the Rodefer glass works He was charged with employing toys after legal Common pitas KTITs West treasurer of tho Edison Manufacturing of which Thomas Edison is com mitted suicide in the cellar of his resi dence on New Valley way by shooting ilmself in the It Is believed hat Randolph was temporarily Alphonsa secretary of the Edison Manufacturing says that Randolphs accounts are absolutely Randolph was private secretary to Thomas and Edison was one of the irst to reach his house after his death was experts manned mat me of furniture in the sen ate totalled feet and the measurements ln honM Squats an of jn his Wjl fof this Heres a Bouquet From San a meet ng in the Young Mens Christian As Delation headquarters the Ng oon editor of ihu Chinese tolil his audience that Chlnu raising an army of limn o drive the ffinropoun nations from the Jut slia will nevor be u leaace to sold the among othor things wnhovo earned IH that the United tates U the enly uatlou on earth with raralture he charged for square feetfor the house and for feet for the total of square feet these figures it waa shown that Sanderson had not the etate on square feet of furniture senate and trson charged tho state foe tie the senate which was supplied him by a subcontractor One expert actual measurement of the Btandn and the chairs on it was square at per the prjce paid by the a total of For the rostrums of the senate and house caucus rooms that Sanderson sold to the state for and paid the subcontractor ex pert totalled square at should have made the bill making a difference of favor of the The defense contends though Sanderson charged mpre for these articles of furniture than the actual measurement he billed other furniture to the state at less than the actual mak ing the difference in the total In the number of feet square feet In favor of The common wealths lawyers had the uxperta meas ure certain furniture exhibits In the courtroom to ascertain their method of arriving at their conclusions and will call them later for crossexamina Charles Bergner of counsel for in his opening said Spinnaker trusted jEo Architect Huston In eertifyfng quality and quantity of the Bergner also said the would prove that Hustons Jfan ford had deliberately nils stated facts In bis testimony to Snyder and sd There will be no session of covrt OB Wednesday to enable formeiwState Treasurer Mathues to attend thefu neral of his William He What to Do When thing to do when ypu bilious la to take a dose of Ct Iains Stomach and Liver They will cleanse the regulate the liver and It 25 Samples U QrifllnB drug ;

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Publication: Greenville Evening Record

Location: Greenville, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: February 18, 1908

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