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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: February 22, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED 2 CENTS PER GAS FUMES Choke Out Life of Prominent Society Woman in New Yorks Most Exclusive Social Set FOUND DEAD IN With Gas Tube Pouring Its Fumes in Her Is Burden daughter of Belmont which he had crawled und almost dpn1 MEMBER OF NEW YORKS 400 of Belmont Diet Under Suspicious Clrcum Had Been Invalid dental Death Is Verdict of New William who was Natica This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE DIQ and a society favorite In New Newport and was found dead in bed at her Fifth avenue coroner was acci dental and duo to gas A disconnected gas which had ltd from a chandelier to a drop light so placed that Burden might road while propped up In hnd permit ted a flow of gas that filled the room escaping Into the finally nt traded the attention of Ihe Burden was twentytwo years of age and since her nmrriago or April she and her husband had occupied the beautiful home of from gas was found Bunions lit tle a white Pomeranian which had been permitted to sleep in the Took Stepfathers Burden was tho daughter of the first Oliver who was Miss Sally Whiting and who secured a divorce some time after hor daughter was She retained cus tody of the child and afterward mar ried George at on time corporation counsel of New Fol lowing the divorce of her mother and the adoption by the daugh ter took the name of hor mother and CLUB in House of Scandal Trial Are Sure Lewis is Surely a Liar of Liars CHIEF WARREN In nn effort to prevent any ftirthor reduction because it would bo absolutely William assistant grand master of the Brotherhood of Railroad speaking for his organiza tion on ttifi same dictated the following The wageworkers have not had n thing to do with this panic and loss of except to suffer from the mismanagement of some employers and speculators who blundered In the game of dollars on Wall If ho works he produces just as much per CONTRADICTS LEWIS Capitol Was Done Accord WERE PROMISED WORK Philadelphia Rioters Sought ment of Political demon Snyder Swears Trimming of the gtrntlon on Broad street by more than unemployed which ended In a serious clash with the po ing to Law ce was numerous ar I Chief among those taken Into custody was Voltalrlne do the latters the late James BCCond husbanI haa always been at 908 Fifth dls as Natlc wjlllam covery of her death threw the house hold Into and when tho facts became known created a sensa tion In the social set to which the Bur dens Burden had spent the night In another part of the house and learned of his wifes death from oclock Burden had noticed tint Burden is a nephew of Townsend Burden and has a large Interest In the Burden Iron works at as Natica Hives was one of the most popular of the young er women in Her health broke down in the summer of and she spent some time in a sanita rium at In the fall she re TO BESISTfAGE CUT Railroad Brotherhoods Determined Not to Submit to Proposed Reductions STONE SPEAKS FOR penees are Just aa high as All classes of trainmen are paid by the mile or and a reduction of miles run or trips made means a re duction of the amount paid for by the Have Enough to There can be no good argument presented why trainmen should re ceive lower or rates for unless business requires a light was still burning In his wifes straln broke that tended to establlah tnat ne hnd room passing the called her Although she im Good Burden re prove ah dld not f tlrely recover Good night In a tone that I DurlnR hor stay lL Lakowood her Indicated that she was in her usual health and Went to Bed With a Burden had boon In the habit of reading after and this prac tice recently led her to have a gas to Burden was an A brilliant church wedding was but the health of the bridetobe remained Final ly a quiet marriage ceremony was Warren Declares That as Wages Are on the Basis of Mileage Men Are Already Under Heavy Reduction Not to Blame for the ill I VjOl WllJUllJ WHO VIw 1 i cided It was said at the house grand chief of the Brotherhood Pa now is to maintain the reading lamp placed In her Burden has been suf fering for some time from a slight at tack of the stood on x stand conveniently near the head of the At 10 oclock leaving directions that she be called at 10 oclock in tho dismissed her maid and settled her sf Locomotive has made the following statement in connection with the reported purpose of some railway companies to order a general reduction in the wages of employes threatened reduction of the wages of employes in service is Fate Would Not Be lock on the Monongahela river near self in bed with a The greeting a government to her husband an hour later was the into the A Flo absolutely unjustified from any point erhood vln leaped into the water of Their pay is basedon mile Brotherhood of Locomotive professed who addressed a Auditor General a codefend meeting of men which preceded their ant with Shumaker and warch to the city where Mathties in tho capltol conspiracy suit they intended to ask Mayor hour as he ever his living ex now on trial In the Dauphin county for She was held In iW spent all day on the stand un charged with Inciting a de der direct Cleyre says she advised against any Snyders attorneys plied him with demonstration because it was the Idea tion with which the former auditor of the situation and get all tbj general had to do in connection with ployed together later when the capitol furnishing He men and women could be mustered refuted In emphatic terms virtually all into line for a demonstration which the testimony of Stanford the police could not Architect Hustons as re U appears that before the election on last Tuesday the political workers in the foreign settlement had prom ised the unemployed men that if they voted certain tickets the city govern ment would see that they were put to work on the streets and under city contractors in such manner as to help them through tho hard Bier manager of one of the promi nent Jewish and Out seppi a welleducated for many years has been em ployed with a big manufacturing com are among those who say this is true and their statement is verified by Mayor who says ho learned that such promises were made and that efforts will be made to fulfill the tlons never carry an overload of entered Into a COU8plracy to cheat but labor Is usually compelled to carry and defraud the an overload of It Is no fault of labor that finan ciers play with their money and nor is It the business of labor to suf fer the losses sustained when Its em ployers reach too far Into the flre and get their fingers Our princl her present standard of which means to hold to the present standard of and unless all signs fail railroad employes will oppose to the Ciear7ohim bitter end any attempt to reduce New committee of railroad representing the Broth of Locomotive Snyder declared that he had tested the correctness of all the capitol fur nishlng bills and in every possible way safeguarded payments made to the He snid he not only required Huston to certify and Sander son to make affidavits that the bills were but that he had made It his business to write to the architect and contractor demanding an explana tion of contract features that were not As regarded advance payments to Sanderson before certain furnishings at the had found prece such action in similar ad last heard from the M hn Stoner fished them age practically and Brotherhood of Railway Or way to Burdens room on the out a Hurrying along are paid only when there are der of Railroad Conductors and Order 8tructlon comPany for tne metallic second floor this the maid the railroad toward this Intend services to be Wages of of Railway Telegraphers met here to to Procure the three employes In train service fall parallel take action relative to the reported entering tho chamber found her mis tress The room was filled with though a window was open sev eral Inches from the The fumes were pouring from the rubber tubing directly into the dead womans Burdens Kinnlcutt and men were run down by a Dra Garrett were killed and Sto ner seriously was in existence before came into He represented with the shrinkage in plus President Newman of the Increased living expenses away from When their earnings are made with the approval of the of which he was a and that Mathues had introduced a resolution Dies of Grief for New York Central sent word that no reduction of employes wages on the il at the present reduced rate of Crosby Noyes authority for the payment of money re the words said to have by Emma wife of Charles a coal at she pulled a revolver from beneath her husbands pillow at their horn near Coal Pulling the she aent a bullet through her heart dying great Icicle of her regret over the conviction of whlch has to be met by hundreds un Los tne contractor before of at that expense Btuart editorinchief of the This Snyder ex were summoned and they notified the General Stoessel Amelia Karris killed herself here by wm increase to at least 20 per cent Washington Evening died last was deducted from the subse The Investigation showed that the Inhaling The girl was a Russian earnings because they Jtre held away W the Hotel Raymond In quent Sanderson gas tube had been disconnected from and had formerly been employed In from the home terminal until there is after an Illness dating from his the Apparently having become the generals a full tonnage train to be here three weeks Burden had reached from making a total automatic reduction al her bed and turned off the lampcock The new ready in wages of from GO to 70 per instead of taking the trouble to get roundhouse of the Pennsylvania rail up and shut off the gas at the chande road in this city was destroyed by Her In some manner undeter Two freight engines were macticaltv The roads are getting the same re TH In t Tin 4ilKn Itfknmvm fc Will Resist TRUSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF A feature of Snyders defense was that he had called former Governor plant ol Pennypackers attention to payments of to Sanderson and 000 to the Pennsylvania Construction company to relieve him of the impres mined the tube became loosened at veral tramps had narrow turn in freight receipts for the serv the lower end and slipping off the feed Pipe of the lamp lay In such a post tlon that the flow of poisonous gaa the Dayton Motor Car with 8 on made by Huston that the fur was destroyed by fire would not cost more than or He sought not to blame Huston for ton tat the flow of poisonous gaa ol consistency in asking men to accept thls declaring that was directed to the sleepers the disapproval of Mercer county tax further reductions than result from had to get something for his wife and CBllr Ice rendered as they did when the The plant be re business was good and there is no built at a o ge someng or s we an The dead woman lay as in sleep with the county commissioners de the present business shrinkage and Children to eat Frank Slavonic of St CBllsr M f w architect to here f w out a sign of physical or mental dis elded to cut the cost of the proposed the full power of the Brotherhood of Joe plded guilty o a charge ot TTf he Near the open wlndow courthouse from to Locomotive Engineers will be if stealing quired for the varous capltol Mature WE OWN AND OFFER AT PAR AND INTEREST FIRST MflfiTGJIGE SIX PEB GOLD OF THE FALLS NORTH SIDE LANO M WATER COMPANY TAX FREE IN PENNSYLVANIA from JMLay to May DENOMINATIONS SECURED BY 1 An Absolute First Lien on Rich Agricultural Land Unsurpassed 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 Mortgages are Payable In Annual and Cover all Improvements During the Life of their Hespaotiva 3 All the Real and of the Issuing GUARANTEED BY apd juaraptee OF PITTSBURGH PAID UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS upany equal five times the interest on the bonds of this and three times the Descriptive Circular and a profusely illustrated book on Irrigation will be mailed free upon Snyder reiterated his confidence In West Lewis and Huston at the time the ditlonal bodies have been recovered capltol was being Ho said from the Darr mine at Jacobs Creek he had always understood that they They are those of Carl sin and Joslah Bank of The John Price IB dead at his homeIn He was for more than flftj years a minister of the United Breth ren Bishop John Moult of the Mennonite ago is dead at his home neat He had lived in the village for more than fifty years and waa widely and friends of Samuel life Insurance are worried about his Vicars of the Aetna Life Insurance who is going over his alleges irregular Henry age who dlsap peared thinly clad from a local sani tarium following a recent serious op was located at her home at Physicians say the expos ure will kill freight ca boose left the track and upset at near on the Baltimore and Ohio Harry niday oi Bellaire was killed and John Holllngs head and Samuel both of Bel were seriously Baxter of Monongahela was awakened by a pistol shot leaving his bed discovered a broken window glass and a bullet hole in the matress near where bis head had The shot ia supposed to have been a stray j family ol Taylor Martin has been stricken by thq typhua Clarence age died at the hospital A younger brother died two weeks Two sisters are convales and the ie ill at the son of Blose of age is mysteriously miss ing and friends fear ho has met foul He drew money from a bank tn Elizabeth last Monday and Is known to nave gone to where he Withdrew be had on deposit j PJttal measured and weighed the I felled as much on the certificate of Huston as he banks depended on my He said further that he had never paid a bill to Sanderson or to the Pennsylvania Construction com pany unless the architects certificate was He denied that he had deviated from this Homeless in New New is estimated by one of the managers of the Associ ation for Improving the Condition ol the Poor that there are approximately homeless men in New tt is the societys estimate that about 1 per cent would work if they were given of the Lehigh and Wllkesbarre Coal company became detached and fell upon a descending Three Jnen were killed and six The dead are Evan age twenty An drew and Bernard All were tin Indicate that the Indiana Brewing com pany of this town stole a march by curing a state license on B so doing the company largely nullified the effect of Judge Telfords refusal ol circumventing that provi sion of the state law which brewery to sell under a commonwealth license for a year in case a county grant has been the sixyearold daughter of has been kidnaped from her home Fleming charges that hei who has been living in In diana the last several is re sponsible for the A heav ily veiled accompanied by a little was seen at the passenger station a few minutes later and la thought to have boarded a westbound a negro prisoner in the county has been notified that ho was elected constable in the third ward of who operates a was recently convicted telling liquor Illegally and was sen tenced to pay a fine and undergo three months jail Voters ly overlooked the fact that Wlcki WM Makes the most nutri tious food and the most dainty and BAKING POWDER The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No fussing or fretting over the biscuit Royal is the aid to many a cookfl pf isjife J sfwmer i   

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