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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING BSTABLI8HED 2 CENTS PER PRIEST IS KILLED TRI8TATE NEWS IN BRIEF Stanley Mirror works has resumed John Denver Stirred by a Tragedy of An Unusual and jl T In which ner two children Melodramatic Nature Leo cbllllcothe charged witfl murdering Ben I lamln was arrested after T hiding all night with his three chil dren in a age committed sui cide at his home here by It is alleged that he ended his be cause he had been AT Anarchist Receives Sacred Wafer at Communion and Tken Kills the Priest BOASTS OF HIS AWFUL CRIME Father While Celebrating Mass In Church at Shot Through the Had No Motive Except Hatred of Leo Helnrlchs was shot and killed by Alio an Anarchist and priest while the priest was administer ing the sacrament at early mass In Elizabeths Kneeling at the altar rail between two Giu seppe pressed the muzzle of a re volver against the body of the after receiving from him the conse crated and shot the priest through tho Exclaiming My my Father Leo fell prone ts front of the altar and The assassin sprang Into the aisle art dashed to the church Fora moment or more persons in the church were Then a woman shrieked aid the congregation became panie Several women fainted and aany others became Sev eral Including Patrolman Daniel started In pursuit of the mur Policeman Cronin overtook the fleeing Italian on the church Olaseppe attempted to shoot the po liceman but was foiled and overpow ered after a desperate struggle In which several men assisted the The murderer was hurriedly re to the city As threats ot nummary vengeance were made by men who quickly gathered in front Of the Chief of Police Delaney called out the reserve force of patrol who were kept on guard all day Md last Before the commotion caused by tho tragedy subsided the Franciscan brothers connected with Elizabeths Roman Catholic church silently brought candles for the dead and placed them beside the body of their superior where he By direction of Bishop Matz the church was closed for the and the following notice was yosted Owing to the frightful tragedy eaacted In this church by an unknown the wanton killing of our beloved superior and friend Father all services will be dis continued for the Kindly breathe a silent prayer for the repose the soul of our beloved Father Deputy Coroner Hayes took charge Father Leos which was re moved to lue city A slnglo bullet hole In the white communion robe of the priest showed that the lead had gone straight to the The bullets remaining In Giuseppes revolver had sharpened Giuseppe was placed in solitary con He admitted to a policeman that the priest whom he had killed was a stranger to him In expla at I on of his said I Just went over there because I have a grudge against all priests In They are all against the 1 went to the communion rail because I could get a better shot I did not give a whether he was a German priest or any other kind of a They are all In the same I Italy three months ago and went first to Central America and then came to I am an Anarchist and I am proud of I shot him and my only regret Is that I could not shoot the whole bunch of priests In the I am a but have not worked since coming to CAUGHT IN GATES Exact Cause of West Nyacks Disaster Not Yet Determined May Have Hurdled iesllllfs CRITICAL DAY FOR KING Manuel Prisoner In His Palace and Surrounded by a virtual oner In his own young King Manuel spent tho most critical hours of his short reign receiving reports from throughout the kingdom regard ing the threatened The fact that no serious disorders were report ed Is attributed to the extraordinary military precautions Seditious utterances are openly heard everv where and military and official circles are becoming Infected more and more every Many of the soldiers are performing their duty with bad grace and the feeling confident of obey their orders with The threats against the life of the which have become more are believed to come from Anarchists and not from the leaders of the revolutionary although the latter includes the kings assassina tion on Its Although all the elements opposed to the government are not working It is be lieved that at the first outbreak they will Men Called Back to the Baltimore and Ohio shops and round house nearly all the furloughed besides a number of car have been called back to Some of the men have been required to work overtime in getting out freight loco work on which was suspend ed about the first of the Poet Badly age sixty a local car In spector known along the Pennsylvania railroad lines as the Panhandle was probably fatally Injured while ad Justing a steam signal hose on a pas senger Another car was backed spoil crushing Thieves Use Moving Jen nie Grlffls was down town shopping four burglars drove an unlettered mov ing van up to her home at 2206 Cher okee street and looted the house of everything except a canary Even two with flre In were Stuyvesant Fish Gives It New Stuyresant Fish announces that the contest In the dhcago courts to prevent the voting Illinois Central Railroad company stock held by the Union Padflc Rail road AUSTRALIA WANTS FLEET Cordial Invitation Extended to Visit Ports of That tralia wants the American fleet of bat tleships to come to this The government has given the matter con sideration and a letter lias been sent to President Roosevelt Inviting the fleet to visit the chief Australian ports in the hope that such a visit would mark a new era in the history of this part of the As yet no reply has been but the prime Alfred has Issued the following statement The federal realizing the significance of the visit of the American fleet to the Pacific and the Importance on future developments of the appearance of such a great body of decided last December to send a cordial Invitation to the presi of the United States inviting the presence of the fleet at the principal Australian If the invitation Is tho reception given the fleet at Hlo Valparaiso and Callao will be eclipsed by Tho visit would mark a new era In the history of this part of the EXIT A MOLLYCODDLE Fellow Pupils at Military Academy Put Him on Train for of be ing a mollycoddle and a mammas boy and of being too stuck up to associate with his fellowpupils Western Military John age son of postmaster of Cape Glrard was escorted to a train by a committee of his classmates and Captain a member of the said although young Plentge bad not transgressed any of the rules of the he was so man I Baltimore I and Ohio passenger train was wrecked at through the break Ing of a drive wheel Fireman Steed was perhaps fatally officers of the Tremont National bank entered suit against Henry a hotel for alleged statements to the effect that the bank was thereby causing a nm there Is such an abundance of gas that cannot be drilling in the The companies declare they are unable to find a market for their Augustus seventythree years commit ted suicide by setting fire to her cloth The aged woman considered her self a burden upon her With whom she was He had lost his and has a large family to Canal Clara dismissed by the trustees of the Tuscarawas county childrens home by driving a tack through a lads is on the verge of nerv ous prostration as a result of a flood pf letters denouncing her In violent Ifestly unpopular with his fellowca dets that he would not be permitted to return to the Girl Killed In Trolley an acci dent on the Byesvllle Interurban Una Rose Clancey was killed and fifteen persons were five probably Among those who may die are Motorman Robert Con ductor McCullen and Catherine Clan sister of Rose An in lerurban car had just rounded a curve and run on a short A city following closely at a good ran Into Its trolley having slipped Boy Fatally a fiveyearold Littleton while at the home of friends of the was burned so severely that death Matches In a coat pocket caujjht Hre while the boy was at NEW Broohe Chiffon Taffetas ihowtnc line and stripes with neat broohe in same cadet and navy btaw olive and myrtle greens tan and f and 9125 per A coarse and rough weave suggested for traveling and generally practical This is entirely different from any other rougb silk that has ever marine and inches per yard tfcCrccry and ood Street at Sixth HOTEL IN BUFFALO Modern Highest Grade r OWN ELECTRIC CARRIAGES ExaUSIVELY FOR PATRONS Every re w between I tlrou8h Business HMM I This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE bej cause his foster parents had ordered him from their Frank age shot Annie who had been a mother to him for ten and then shot him He but Nauyokat was not seriously Knuna Fink of standing where she could see the ruins of her old which was destroyed by fire about a a year poured coal oil over her clothing and then set flre to her skirt She was burned from head to foot and died within a short Sum ney BcifabI in Nottingham township has whooped itself Into the Whooping cough is epidemic in that district and when one lone who had escaped the answered the rollcall the teacher decided It was time to suspend Detectives searching the rooms of David an aged who was murdered in his found in banknotes and The burglar who i Wiled Heckert had overlooked this but is supposed to have se cured several thousand George Mauck and his wife were instantly killed at Urbana when their closely curtained carriage was struck by an Erie passenger train at a grade cross Their tenyearold duaghter was fatally All throe were hurled high In the air by the mamma I said said Jlmmle age sole support of his widowed as he was carried from the Bellevernon mine to be taken to a Plttsburg His leg was broken and his body crushed by a fall of making his recovery a meeting of creditors of the Interna tional Bank of which closed last It was announced settle ment of claims would probably be ar ranged by Attorney Arthur Simlor of Johnstown next Monday and the release of John from the Butler jail foreman of a city steam roll er was arrested on the affidavit of John charging Qunnett with selling fifty bags of cement be longing to the city to Owen Mahou and pocketing the Gun nett denies that he has done anything Rumors of a scandal In city affairs are ander Beckenztaff of Lawrence opposite was found dead HI his He had for yeurs lived the life of a hermit and It is known that he always kept a large sum of money around his The Lawrencu county authorities are us I it is believed that Beckenstaff met foul He had sold a small tract of for which ho received but this money is women and several men were thrown into the water and came near being drowned at the local They were watching the launching of a big steel freighter from a platform at the stern of the When the steamer slid Into the water the waves washed the platform loose and precipitated the men and women into the deep water of the Blanche Thomas wan bit on the head by a plank and se riously injured and Wyer was badly AH were Bert of says I have ontKtafcen four doses of your Kidney d Bladder Pills end they have dojfitfor me more thm any other wgdjAM has eyer dme Barber refejlta IReWWji ORDEAL FOR SNYDER States Counsel Claim Trimmers De fense Will Be fifth week of the trial of the conspiracy suit against Contractor former Auditor General for mer State Treasurer Mathues and for mer Buildings Superintendent Shu maker will begin today with Snyder on the stand on direct Snyder is the first of the defense called in his own behalf and at we close of his direct examination he will be subjected to a rigid crossexamina tion by James chief counsel for the With the ex ception of who will bo called to explain the payment of the bills for the capltol none of the other defendants will be called as wit nesses In their own Stanford through whom Architect Joseph one of the alleged cocon turned states will be called by the commonwealth in re The states lawyers claim to have evidence which they will offer In re buttal that will completely break down the defense set up for Snyder and the other former state The de fense will call a large number of character witnesses iand will probably not close its cast before It will take two days for the common wealth to put In its testimony in rebut so that It Is doubtful If the case will reach the jury before the middle of tho following r Tax Collector Under New ad dltlonal Informations were made against Delinquent Tax Collector B accusing him of unlawfully ac ceptlng tax from persons who had not been Locke gave ball for eourU Color Changed by Exposure to radium for a montt seems to have changed light red corundum to ruby violet to sap phlro and blue to emerald green while white becomes topaz An export pronounced the spec mens genuine precious tin ruby of large and the ruby and sapphire appear to differ In no re epect from the natural One Reason for A French paper asserts that Amerl can girls have purchased titles at cost of The only consol ing thought Is that they have not brought their dearly purchased hus bands to this side of the pond to In flict them upon Old Agitation and anxiety of mind scat ter wrinkles and gray hairs with no unsparing hand but deeper traces fol low on the silent uprooting of old and severing of dear familiar Tho affections may not be so easily wounded as the but their hurts are deeper and more last ITS YOUR Dont Mistake the Cause of Greenville Citizen Shows How to Cure Many people never suspect their If suffering from a weak or acking back they think that It is only a muscular weakness when urinary trouble sets In they think it will soon correct And HO it is with all the other symptoms of kidney That Is Just whore the danger You must cure these troubles or they may lead to diabetes or Brlghts best remedy to uso Is Doans Kidney It cures nil ills which are jaused by weak or diseased kidneys Greenville people testify to perma nent Williamson 30 Union says A rei ative of mine complained a grea deal of pains In his back and through the so severe at times that fa could not sit Doan Kidney Pills were recommended him and he procured a box at Alden derfers drug The contents o the box was enough to put strength into hU The pain left hla kidneys which had bee disordered were restored to healtt He is now In perfect health and feel that he owes It to Dpaua For sale all Prfce pontsFosterMHburn Butt New sqle agents taf TJ ed SON AVENGES FATHER Shoots DrinkCrazed Negro With Mur1 dered Parents of Police Benton of this city was shot dead in front of his home hero just after the churches had let out by a Sam crazed with This man also shot two ne groes a few minutes before he shot the Murehlson was He Is suffering with a wound In the thigh Inflicted by Chief six teenyearold Just after his father was seized the dead offi cers pistol and pursued the A crowd gathered and tried to take Murchlson from the officers and lynch but tho prisoner was landed In cell after a hard Another shooting occurred last night when a drunken negro attacked sev ral white boys and while resisting arrest a policeman shot probably There Is great excitement In the city and military companies are in duty by order of the Inventor Edison Operated New the is a patient at the Manhattan Ear and Throat hospl where he underwent an operation ntended to relieve him ot trouble in he left The which was not considered especially was lerformed by Arthur the iar who opened an abscess n tho middle It was seemingly wholly successful and unless unex ected complications develop a prompt IB will be at the hospital for jrobably a Edison is at he hospital and will remain during icr husbands stay Boy Shoots Fathers near Joe an was killed at the borne of Fred a fellowcoun The men were fighting when a thirteenyearold son of Be thinking his parent was being picked up a musket and shot Martz through the death ensu ing at The family fled to a nearby railroad but were ar rested Jut as they were about to board a train out of the Bring Captains Body with fatigue and after facing death a score of times on the treacherous Ice of Maumee the rescue party of five men arrived in the city from the light house bearing the body of Captain Delos who died on Wednes day of last There was nothing but floating ice about the lighthouse and it was risking life to attempt to reach The boat was finally pushed and after remaining at the lighthouse all night the party set out for Toledo with the captains Danger in Secrets are dangerous They are Hko explosives which at any moment may go do any amount of damage perhaps even blow us up into the Of Disaster to Coaching Party to Which Six Are Killed by Express Train CAUGHT ON DEADLY CROSSING Merry Party Returning Home From Basketball Near Meet With Tragic AdventureThe Horses Gallop Home Spring foamspecked pair of horses ttet through the streets dragging between them a splintered wagon pole bravght to the village the flrat news of a grade crossing accident in which mem bers of its most prominent families were either killed outright or fright fully The runaways brought np the llyery stables of George tram whom they had been hired to take party of men and girls to a basketball game at Returning In the early the wngonload of merrymakers was run down at a West Nyack STOW Ing by an Ontario and ex Pour of the party were two died while being removed the Hudson county hospital at and the other three Me IB a se rious condition at that Tin dead George age su perintendent of the telephone and manager of the Spring basketball Nelson age who the Bertha age Edith age George age bosket ball Jsannette age The Injured Warren twen condition serious Hemry twentythree years basket ball will probably reewer Mary Edith age eighteen twndl tlon The responsibility for the MfMrat Is in survivors cannot be questioned as yet and the only witness was the crossing gate He claims that the team was driven through the lowered The gate on the side of approach was but the opposite gate was In tact and if previously lowered have been hurdled by the frightened horses after the wagon had been struck and torn from Its animals were Not Trusting to Swedish Servant who has iost celved a tank Bibulous yon wont show me where it Is and Ml own US THINK OF Bud the erstwhile pitcher of the Bessemer City League has received offers from the Jersey City and base ball teams and will probably accept the Spit Ball late ot the has signed for tho coming with Sharon league What of the City Base Ball leagoe No reason why It should fall The fiveteam league was Just aa much fun as the six and some amuse ment could be extracted from a four team or f WINTER RESORT wr Hotel Rider Cambridge Americas foremost All the Year Recreation and Rest and other Not a tedious RMowned wtatw fWMj F   

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