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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING STABUflttED 2 CBNT8 PER EVELYN AGAIN Escapade With Banker Thomas Seems Well Es tablished Despite Denials All Around Propable New correspond cat asked Evelyn Nesblt Is proceeding under discussion for the annulment of the marriage be tween you and your husband I have already denied eald young You can print thing you Thaw remained In her home Park while between New pittsburg and Matteawan there waged discussion over the question whether the time had come for pro ceedings which would eliminate her trea the Thaw Harry Thaw is the stumbling Meek In the way of his who dcoires to have his marriage dissolved alter his wife telling her life story em the witness stand has materially helped to save him from the electric William Thaw Is living In se eraslon at the Hotel She that she has told Harry that he divorce his but his loy remains to said Harry has refused to listen to the counsel I have given Until he dies he bear the annoyance of acts as Monday nights dinner the Cafe I am very sorry for my poor He Is so very foolish I have read Evelyns denial ot the report that she was at the Cafe Boule vard Monday night with a man named It sounds so much like other denials she has I have deckled not to give Harry more udvtce In his domestic af It Is probably best to let those teterested settle their own When this was called to Evelyn Mcabtt Thaws attention she uttered an Indescribable little sound of dls snt Ten will have to see OReilly afcnrt she said at You kaow he has ordered me never to to newspaper mean he advised me not to speak to Thaw denleS Tie reports that Vi llas begun or Is about to begin pro ceedings to secure a divorce from his Evelyn A letter was sent to Thaw at the state hospital for the Insane asking him to reply to the fol lowing question Have you begun or are yon about to begin divorce pro ceedings against Evelyn Thaw re turned the MOTHER STILL TRUE Chester Gillette Net to Give Up to Qll under conviction for the murder ot Grace been informed of the decision of the court ot the verdict of the lower Warden Beaham has not been notified of the courts but when he received a long telegram for Chester from his mother he de cided to inform the condemned man at The warden talked with Gil lette In The prisoner did not show the least but asked to fee allowed to confer with his attor neys as soon aa possible to arrange for future The telegram from Gillette was sent from Denver After expressing sympathy she urged ker son not to be as she had hopes ot taking the case to a higher Later Chester received a visit from his slater who lives la this I am ot the opinion that there will be no use in appealing to Governor Hughes for a said Gillette to his I he the best policy would be to try secure a stay of proceedingsuntil a new governor comes into for I believe that Hughes seldom in terferes with the working ot the People may expect that I will sit down Lost Bolt Delays New loss of a bolt which was dropped Into the river la causlug delay In the construction of the Blackwells Island which is to connect New York with Long Is land The bolt is one ot thoae designed to hold together the eye bars ef the main cantilever of the bridge and there is no An attempt will be made to recover It with the aid of a and It this Is not suc cessful work will be delayed until a sew one can be Hotel Closes Too Much short time ago a inclined persons overhauled a stable on a city lot and converted It Into Hotel wherein homeless men might In the morning each hobo was provided with breakfast and ordered put of Now Hotel Dill Is no The hoboes advertised Marion so extea slvelv hnt It became tramp Infested and the hotel was Mies Sterling New tees of the Tuscarawas county chil drens home briefly investigated the charges against Miss Clara who drove a tack through sixyearold Sampson Fowlers and ordered Miss Sterling dismissed from the The board had not had time to adjourn when the county board ot charities appeared unexpectedly at the home and began separate investi gation of charges anonymously made that the children have not been get ting proper Find in private dispatch received here from Kame netz reports the discovery and ory after hearing that the in an of a qMBtlly ot r gold contained in thirteen casks and but I am not inclined to do to be worth It is such I am Just as confident i lhat tnis treasure was hidden that I can prove my innocence quftrry centurlen at tne If given another chance and I am go1 of the Tartar laa to keep no hope to the 13 TRAINS SNOWBOUND Stesm and Electric Traffic In Mlchl Much least thirteen passenger trains potted tbelr pilots Into impervious snowdrifts throughout Michigan and reports indi cate that some of these trains nrc still Traffic was complete ly abandoned on the Lake Shore and Chicago railroad and on the Port Austin division of the Pere Marquette only one train was sent over the The Allegan division of the Lake Shore and Michigan South ern was completely blocked as was also the MidlandBay CltyVassar di vision of the Michigan The westbound Wolverine flyer on the Michigan Central buried Itself near Comstock In a drift nut of which five locomotives were unable to release But the passengers were transferred to another train and were carried past the drift on the eastbound while loo men were set at work with to dig out the snowbound Other trains were snowbound during the day near Adrian and Mun geiv Interurban electric line traffic was thoroughly demoralized and was also the rural route postal In Battle Creek snowdrifts are piled ten feet high on Main There art ten passengers on the Grand Trunk train snowbound at bnt they are In no danger of lacking warmth or Thirty for also known as William his Alzlna were found imiity ot kidnaped Lillian a twelveyearold from her home in Chicago last The punishment of Jones wai fixed at thirty years and that of his wife at twentylive In the Desire Bryan cam paign fund of for the election of a Bryan delegation from Pennsyl vania to the Democratic national con vention at Denver was raised at a meeting here ot the executive commit tee of the Bryan Democratic of The committee also leclded to put up candidates for no ional delegates one of the congressional districts ot he state and to organize leagues to help these The meeting was attended by thirty in cluding State Treasurer who will probably of the A PROPER WAGE Interstate Commerce Commission May Make That a Part of Their It is Said TRISTATE MEWS IN BRIEF Inches ot has fallen Street car traf fic Is interfered with and cars on terurban lines are greatly Par a wealthy eccentric purchased a coffin and made other bur ial arrangements a month Ho died the recent cold weather flickers and tur tle doves were seen in various sec tions of Berks which Is fulte unusual at this time of the board of pardons heard argument In a targe number of some of which have been pending for Action on several of these will be taken blew open the safe of the Perry Manu facturing company at Perryopolls and secured In postage stamps and promissory notes aggregating age was fatally injuitod by falling telephone Although his skull was he walked to his one mile where he died five hours That Threatened Wage Reductions Muit Be Justified in Court Of Public Opinion PEOPLE TO BE KEPT INFORMED President Aeke Interstate Commerce Commission to Prepare Data Which Will Be Available In Case Industrial Armlee Call for accused of murdering her Fred received a preliminary hearing before Justice of the Peace McClain at Mercer and was held for the grand WE OWN AND OFFER AT PAR AND INTEREST CUHNTEED FIRST MGAG TWIN FULLS NORTH SIDE E SIX M OF THE LANO TM FREE IN PENNSYLVANIA Bonds Mattaire mi ally from May to 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 Under Direct Authorization By the United States 2 Purchase Money Mortgages of Individual Tlisi arc Payable In Annual InsiallmMte and Cavar all ImprovimtnU during thi Lift 0f thilr fliiptali vi LI 3 All the Real and of the Issuing GUARANTEED BY apd Quaraptee OF PITTSBURGH PUD UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS The annual net earnings of this Company equal five times the interest on the bonds of this and three times the average annual maturing Descriptive Circular and a profusely illustrated book on Irrigation will be mailed free upon Bank of Savings Paid up Capital JAME and Write any of the Pittsburgh banks concerning the bonds guaranteed by the American Water Works and Guarantee gasser show Ing eighty pounds pressure in a five inch was Drought at Carbon Center by Richards ft It Is in the boulder sand and the largest gas well brought in for many a fire which destroyed two dwellings in the flood district Ackerman was badly burned before being rescued in a boat and two babies were thrown tnto the water and nearly drowned be fore being picked President Tristate league has called a meeting of the club representatives to be held at Reading March 2 and 3 to elect offi cers and formulate a playing schedule for the coming supreme court has sustained that portion of the merit system of the municipal coda which provides that members of the police department cannot be removed from service by the mayor without a fair arid impartial by a Mahomet age an and age a were by a train near Witmer and instantly Ahlass body was cut into several The men lived at offi cial certificate of the death of Pat rick Kerwin of Glair Westmoreland age HO 9 months and 17 has been received at the state health Ker win was a native of Ireland and died of the infirmities of old snow has blocked street car traffic in the Lackawanna valley and steam roads are badly On the moun tains there is considerable wind and drifts are filling the cuts so that there is danger of a complete tieup of all railroads out of apprais ers were appointed by United States Judge Thompson to wind up the busi ness and sell the plant of the New De catnr Buggy company of with the Decatur Buggy has been en gaged in litigation In the federal courts for the last three The ap praisers were asked for by Receiver Eighth district Republican congressional con vention at Marysville Is still In a dead lock in an attempt to secelt a suc cessor to Congressman Pour hundred ballots have been taken with no Cole is in the lead ant Willis of Hardin Cole is try ing to break the thirdterm Del aware and Kenton want the conven tion adjourned to one of these John Angus and her two small chil dren were burned to death in their home at The house IB sup posed to have caught fire following the explosion of a Angus was at He reached home in time to see the roof fall When he learned that his loved ones were lost made an effort to commit suicide Vy Jumping into the Ha was Jn dustrlal disputes in prospect were in the mind of President Roosevelt when he wrote a letter to the interstate com commission just made public He says that information has reached aim that on account of the enactmtn of drastic laws by the congress and by various state legislatures It is regard ed as necessary by railroad compa nles to reduce the pay of employes He points out that under the law either party may demand the services of the chairman of com merce commission and ot the commis sioner of labor ac a board of concilia He that the Interstate commerce commission make euch an investigation as will enable it to data concerning wage con on various railroads as may directly or to the possibly impending The presidents letter follows I am informed that a number ot railroad companies have served notice ot a proposed reduction of on their One of the LoaiiyiUe and in announc the states that the dras Uo laws Inimical to the Interests of the that have In the past year or two been enacted by congress and the state legislatures are largely or chiefly responsible for the condi tions requiring the Public Is Under such circumstances it Is pos that the public may soon be con fronted by serious Industrial the law provides that in such eases either party may demand the services of your chairman and of the commissioner of labor aa a board of mediation and These re ductions In wages may be warranted or they may As to this the pub I which is a vitally Interested form no judgment without a more complete knowledge of the essential acts and real merits of the case than It now has or than it can possibly ob tain from the special pleadings certain to be put forth by each side in case their dispute should bring about Be I reus interruption to If the reduction in wages IB due natural the loss of business being such that the burden should and distributed between capital n CEe pasi financial or otter opera ions of any railroad then everybody know especially if the eat of unfriendly legislation Is ad vanced aa a method of covering tip business misconduct by the road managers or aa a Jnetlflcatlen for failure to treat fairly wage earning employes of the Order Will Be an industrial conflict be tween a railroad corporation aid employes offers peculiar opportunities to any small number of evildisposed persons to destroy life and property and foment public Of If property and public order are prompt and drastic urea for their protection become the firat plain All other taen become subordinate to the pteteita tlon of the public real of the original controversy ate necessarily lost from This vital consideration should be ever kept In mind by all lawabiding and ed members of labor It Is sincerely be there that any wage controversy that may arise between the and tttelr employes a peaceful so lution through the methods of canetli atlon and arbitration provided by con gress which have proven so effective during the past To this end the commission should be In a pocttlon to available for any board of cow dilation or arbitration relevant data pertaining to such carriers way be come Involved in Industrial Should conciliation fall to effect a set tlement and arbitration be Information should be avail able In order to develop a properly Informed public I therefore ask you to make rock both of your and by any other at your com as will enable yon to faratek data concerning such ob taining on the Louisville and vllle and any other roads as may re directly or to the real of thepossibly impending con Dirty Money New popklrk is dead as the result of han dling poisoned Hopklrk was manager of hotel I and from the money which he ke contracted malignant Supposed Sleuth suspected of being a was taken froma hotel at whipped and ordered Have lawn by masked Bight board ef grounds and buildings to pay the bills of the International Manufacturingfand Supply company of Philadelphia for furniture ordered for the new capltol just before Baperln tendent Shumaker retired unless the are The bills total A report of two Ap pointed by the International company recommended a reduction 1st and wage the public should The board refused to accept tain rc know it If it Is caused by and Superintendent the pubic and congress should know Hambo to appoint an appraiser tor tac it aM 111L ifi cajjagd misconduct AN IDEAL WINTER RESORT Hotel Rider Cambridge Americas foremost All ihe Year Recreation and Rest and numerous other Not a tedious Thermal Bathi and all Sanitarium Renowned curative mineral free to Special winter per day and American Booklet on requeit RIDER
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