Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: February 27, 1908 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Greenville Evening Record

Location: Greenville, Pennsylvania

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING 2 CENTS PER t IriiSTAit in ortltF Says is the Greatest Curse And the Poorest Investment One Can Make E President Makes Significant Ad drees to Delegation of the Countrys Educators IT fB trot my province nor wouter it be within my capacity to speak about your pedagogic You your FALSE NOTIONS ARE PREVALENT Chief Executive Takes Pains to Disa buse the Minds of Pedagogues That Manual Labor Is Less Honorable Than That of the there will be no let up In President Roose velts policy tf warring against rot tenness and corruption was emphati cally declared by the president In an address to the delegates to the de partment of superintendence of the National Education aaaoclatloa during their reception at the white the president gave his views on educational methods at con siderable length and with character istic catholicity of thought and vigor The president said Of all the bodies of citizens that I have received here at the white house there is none which occupies a more Important relation than I am tempted to say none has come that baa occupied as important u relation to tte because you men and women who deal with who represent the great American policy of education for all provided by the public as the prime duty of the bear a relation to the a relation to the future of our whole people such as no other like number of Individuals can I own six of the children that you educate and I am prepared to extend cordial sympathy to some of Future Looks It Is idle for any man to talk of despairing of the fu ture of this country or feeling unduly alarmed about it if he will come In contact with you here and with the forces that you Fundamen tally this country is morally no less than Fundamentally In Its family lite and In tha outside ac tivities of Its Indlvdiials the country Is better and not worse than It for merly This does not mean that are to bo excused It we fail to war far Hut as a layman lot me say one or two things about your Where We Fall In the first place I trust that more more of our people will see to it thnt the schools train toward and not away from the farm and the work We have spoken a great deal about the dignity of labor In this but we have not acted up to jr spoken for In our education e have tended to proceed on the aa umptlon that the educated man wns he educated away from and not to ard The great nations of me eval times who left such marvelous orks of architecture and art behind lem were able to do so because they ducated alike the brain and hand of he We too In our turn must show that we understand the law hlch decrees that a people which jses physical address Invariably dete orates so that our people shall un erstand that the good ood the good 10 good farmer really do fill the most mportant positions in our and lat it is an evil thing for them and or the nation to have their sons and aughters forsake the work if well and efficiently means more thin any other work for our eople as a Salary or One thing that I would like to have ou teach your pupils IB that whether ou call the money galnod salary or wages it doesnt make any ronl illffer and If by working hard with your ands you got more than if you work with your head only it does not atone or it to call the smaller amount sal The term dignity of labor im illes that manual labor is as dignified s mental as of course It In the highest kind of labor is that which makes demands upon the quail lee of both head and of brain and Physical ihysical address are necessities they tand on a level with Intellect and only below Let us show hat we regard the position of the man who works with his hands as lelng ordinarily and In good faith aa mportant and dignified and as worthy of consideration as that of business man or professional We need have a certain readjustment of yaluea In this country which must pri marily come through the efforts of just rou men and women here and the men and women like you throughout he Preaching and I would not have you preach an 1m So teach the boy thiit lie IB to be ex pected to earn his own livelihood that H Is a shame and scandal for him not to he not to bo work of actual Teach the girt that so far from Its being her duty lo try to avoid all all that It should be a matter of pride to her against rottenness and 11 fall to contend effectively with the forces of and they waste their time who ask me to withhold my hand from dealing But It Is worth while to smite the wrong tor the very reason that we are confident tkat the right will ultimately prevail You who are training the next genera tlon are training thlo country as it is to be a decade or two and while your work In training the Intellect Is great it is not as groat as your work In training More than any thing else I want to the public school turn out the boyand girl who when man and will add to the Sim Cf qf ihe4Ulil8a O This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Anot er Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON H4RNITURE THE 5IQ JTORC moat wellmeaning sometimes a kind and wellmoaning father do as much danrngn to the children as the most thoughtless and selfish parent could by bringing them up to feel that the goal of their at tainment should be the absence of effort Instead of effort well Idleness Greatest We have all of us often heard some good but unwise woman say I have worked hard my daughter shall not The poor not realiz ing that great though the curse of mere drudgery of overwork that it is not so great as the curse of vapid and H does not multe any dif ference whether the Idleness is that of the hobo at one end of the scale or the gilded youth the Do not waste time in envying the Idler at either end of the socUU scslr Envy Is not the proper attitude U The proper attitude toward tuem is a goodhumored but thoroughgoing approval of the man or woman who is so blind not only to the interests of society as a but to his or her own real Interests as to believe that nnvthlng permanent can be gained life of Kelflsh and vacuous Idle ii idleness Is the poorest invest niiijit lu the run can be Im and there Is no surer way to forfeit all chance of real happne0 than to get deliberately to work to treat pleasure as the only aim after which to Teach the boy and girl to work teach them that their proper duty is In the their duty to one another and toward their neigh Then teach them more teach them lo build upon this a foundation the superstructure of the higher I want to see our education directed more and more toward training boys and girls back to the farm and HO tlitit they will be firstrate firstrate fit to work with the head and to work with the hands and realizing that work with the hands Is just as honorable as work with the In I want to see a training that will make every every girl leaving the pub lic leaving the schools of the feel impelled so to carry him self or herself thnt the net result when his or her life has been lived shall be an addition to the sum total Dem ocratic state committee has fixed May 20 for holding tho state convention In j this man supposed to Le William age about sixty died at the Ohio Valley hospi McKees from Injuries re ceived by being struck by a Uecause he owed a bill and was too proud to acj cept Joseph age a French tlronmker out of drank carbolic acid and died later at the players of the Philadelphia American league baseball club left here for New Or where they will begin their pre liminary spring The which numbers thirtylive will arrive at New Orleans Friday It is over the fact that he had been discharged from a he held Tor twentytwo Ernest Eugene chief clerk In the Ger man consulate at commit ted suicide by shooting himself at his home Jay banning of Norwalk was nomi nated for reelection by Republicans of the Fourteenth Garford of Blyrla and Owen of Mount Vernon were elected delegates to the national convention at Chicago and In structed to vote for William Taft for was secured hero by United States District Attorney Blizzard for ITS OUR BUSINESS Say Defendants in Capitol Scandal When Matter of Gigantic Profits Was Touched Yesterday f PROFIT Defense in Graft Trial Declares That Is No Concern of the State WOULD BAR SUCH TESTIMONY Trimmers Introduce Army of Wit Good alias now In custody in New charging him with United States mails at when Operator Hutchlnson was murdered there and the station and postofllce set on DoBstble ideal tor f you preach an shall be an addition to the sum leal L is ImpoBsIble you tend to lot decent living and make your pupils believe that no the and have them understand idealsare ossible and therefore you that they are never going to amount tend to do hem that worst of wrongs to much in tlio big things If they don t to teach them to divorce preaching first amount to somethinq In the little from to divorce the Ideal The effort should be made to that they li the abstract admire from teach everyone that the first requis VMUL lo rlntiirr Trl the practical good after which they Teach the boy and girl that Ite of good citizenship is doing the duties that are near at of theirbusiness Is to earn their own this does not excuse a my livelihood teach the boy that he is to doing the other duties It is the the girl that she no excuse If a man neglects his be must ultimately he the mat the work ot uia Is to be the cal duties to say that he Is a good hus band and still less Is It an ex cuse It he IK guilty of corruption in breadwinner and tout of the mother politics or business to say that hs the housekeeper tnat their work is j home life Is all He ought to the most important work by far In all the lund that the work of the states the the captain ot in dustry and all the rest is upon work that flnds its expres sion in the that supports the Consuming Consumption even in its most ous form is not Tl odd to decency in his home life de cency in decency in public 6 So my plea is not that the homely duties are all but that they are a necessary base upon which to build the superstructure of the higher Ifeour children should be trained to o the homely duties in the first place and then In addition to have it in hem so to carry themselves that col ectlvely we may well and fitly per orm tlie great find responsible tasks if American SOUTH SUGAR Tho following are the officers elected Justice of the E and d Williams school and Me d Me d and p town Lew Is d Thomas Me Curdy and d judge of Bert d inspec majority mi Ralph McConnell called on his fa James of West Sal who is serlousy ill with Our Willis has re sumed his school after a weeks ab being called home on account of serious Illness and death of his Our Campbell made a business trip to Mercer last and George Clendenen spent Tuesday with tho latters bro Frank and Py Walter McConnell and famly en tertained a sled load from Hempfleld Monday Robert Youngblood is home from Jesse Sheakey and of At called on the formers Andy Biggest Ar Solicitor Turner of Eaaton received a package in the malls from Italy nnd when he opened it he found it contained a stick of to one end of which was attached an explosive Fortunate ly the cap burned a little in destroying its power to explode the dynamite when the package was Syl blacksmith at the Latrobe Connellsville Coal was shot from ambush while returning from La The bullet penetrated his head below the right Inflicting ably fatal Ho was discov ered later and taken to his home at New The shooting remains a adju tant generals office has been informed that the sheriff of Clermout counts had called out Company K of the First Ohio national on ac count of the rumors the tobacco region of that county was to bo in vaded by a band of night riders from The company is held under arms at James C arraigned In court on a charge of was a professional bride groom and had a dozen or more wivei the county prosecutors are convinced They have they lo show that he had an office In the city an that he sent out letters throughout thi country inviting young women int the matrimonial here are much Interested In the re markable case of Frank Stage from whose body 310 pieces of glas have worked out through sores al over her It Is believed tha crushed glass was placed in the wo mans food and that it is coming from her The pieces are Th water in the well on the Stage plac was found poisoned recently national la bor which is to embrace th American Federation of Labor wit the unattached na tlonai and local labor unions of th country with th National Farmers union with 000 the Socialist party wit COO members and the American Soc ety of Equity with memben nesses Who Testify to the Character of the Defendants At tempt to Discredit Lewiss de enso In the conspiracy suit against xntractor former Auditor eneral former Slate Treasu er Mathues and former Building Su erlntendent Shumaker on trial in the Jauphin county courl has resled its case and le commonwealth today be an calling witnesses in The testimony of the defense was onflned to thnt of two furni ure Sandersons ve clerks under Snyder and a large umber of character witnesses for the ormer slate Snyder Is the nly defendant who was called as a Witness and Sanderson is the only lefendant who called no character wit The greater part of the session was taken up with the tesllmony of char acter none of whom were crossexamined by the hese witnesses included law merchants and profes sional men living at the homes of the ormer state Two typewriter experts were called by the defense to discredit Stanford to Architect HUB Lewis had testified that the sam pie sheet of the quantllles book was irepared and given him by Snyder and quantllies book was pre pared In HuBtoifs The experts that both papers and also the original of Hustons letter to former Attorney General Carson were written upon the same Lewis was further discredited by Charles Duffy ot book keeper of the department of grounds and buildings under Duffy testified that he made up the special furnishing schedule upon which San derson was given his contract and that items 21 to 41 were given him b These items include all item numbers upon which Sanderson was paid according to were pu in the schedule by The commonwealth will call In re buttal furniture experts to show th actual value of the furniture suppliec by They will also call San dersons subcontractors to show the contractors profits upon the senat and house rostrums and certain othe articles of Sanderson profits averaged from 150 to pe according to the testimony of th subcontractors before the capltol In vestlgation The defens claims the state cannot go back o Sandersons contract and will make an effort to keep out this Th state expects to close afte which the arguments to the Jury wl There will be three speaker on each so that it is doubtful If the case will reach the Jury before next Believes Her Son Louise accompanied by her rank and their son Paul have tarted for where lllotto will appeal to Governor Hughes for executive clemency for her Chester condemned to eath for the murder of Grace OHette maintains that her son FOWLER BILL INDORSED tidy the Canny Puts His Opinion on Representa Ive Fowler of New chairman if the house committee on banking and has made public the ollowlng letter to him from Andrew Carnegie in reference to the formers urrency bill Dear have started on the right line and your proposed bill is the There is only one right must base our cur rency upon Your proposed re demption cities is Just following our Canadian Their system has le tore orts from nil sections of tho ftoen bridges were washed away by wollen A big dam at tile broke and caused considerable All traffic on the Maryland nd Pennsylvania railroad is tied lere being eight feet of water on the racks at SANDY Farmers Institute a School Shortage and Corn The farmers Institute attracted largest crowds ot the season at ito It would be as practical to attempt to photograph a hurricane as describe tho Institute in a limited it was In every way a success and the speakers de clared it the best they have Be sides the on the subject proper there were three educational Tho county ent suggested a high school for this section and stated that there WM none within ten or twelve K is probable that his suggestion win materialize and an effort be made to provide a high school of liberal The project would be an easy possibility if the people were willing to put their weight into It It would be a wise and paying Invest Iot us strike while the Iran is hot Who will second the mo tion There is a dearth of money among the farmers in this section because of the shortage in the corn M they depend largely upon crop for When the winter is over tho country will be cleaned of ill currency because the money has beem sent out for Everything going out and nothing coming in will We should heed worked There is no reason why Bome ot suggestions made at the our own should Sooner or later we must follow other civilized nations and place our banking system upon Jie same the sooner the institute along the line of successful dairying and fruit Dlrend fled farming is a good thing anyway and obviates adverse conditions louse and senate at the present junc The Aldrich bill is a mere make It cannot he needed for many years to Panics have to And when it Is needed it compels the banks to use their much needed funds to purchase bonds before they can get the Increased circulation The bill before the on the will accomplish a result imperatively needed and place our banking system on a par with the banking systems of other More Trouble for Auto The French car driven by Godard In the New York to Paris automobile race after arriving here was put in a tarn for tho Some time before day light it was robbed of guns and a photographic Has No Fear of Colorado Gulseppe held for the murder ot Father declares that he will plead guilty to the charge of There is no chance for he and I have no fear of Bal timore and Ohio officials for the second time this winter have annulled all trains on the narrow gauge division of their operating between Pitts burg and Snow which fell to the depth of eighteen inches is the cause of the Very Low One Way Ratei Nick el Plate Road March to April See local agent or write STREAMS OUT OF BOUNDS Damage in Eastern Pennsylvania From High BushkiH a ijiountaln stream that emp ties into the Delaware river at this became a raging torrent caused by recent rains and the melting of will be launched at a meeting of the snow and a farmer United Trades and Labor residing a few miles above at Because his tempted to ford the Bushkill at a from whom he was point where the water Is usually a foot refused to give him Andrew or two The current was so swift Kollonsky fired three bullets into the that the horses were swept from their womans killing her feet and the carriage and Its Kellonsky then turned the weapon on pants were swept down the Jacob a boarder at his wifes Clauas but his young son who had supported her in her who was with him managed to refusal and had twice tried to eject Heavy rains and shot him and melting snow precipitated the Schmeltz died on the way to the hosgreatest flood hero in recent The murderer held the crowd at The city was divided by an overflow bay with his revolver and Ing creek whioh runs through the cen Receiver ter and the lower sections of Lebanon Btrawn of the closed Farmers and were Many homes were Drovers National bank has notified flooded and many factories had to be the former directors of the bank that shut Railroad traffic was 1m they will have to contribute and in the suburban districts 000 as a result of the failure and that streetcar service was the shortage amounts to After hav The receiver notifies that should the Ing floated nearly a mile in the swol directors fall to comply proceedings len water of Brandywlne creek and will be taken agalnit The delanded safely on a small Sam maud has caused excitement as oel age of was the United States banking drowned while an attempt was being seldom hold directors responsible for made to take him from his Isolated a bank unless of the opinion that they in his efforts to seize ropes thrown to him he fell Into Guy of IB liattr ng the home Barton Is at Lake this There will be preaehlig In Baptist and Methodist churches morning and union serrlow In the Baptist church In the and George Frank ore vlstlng friends here thto Paul Custards was home from Franklin over Miss Sarah White closed Iwr school Monday on account ot Indis posed health for which all are Joseph Dygert and Dygert visited Mom who is on the sick list A large number of political aspir ants were present at the farmers ta Btltute making friends with the dear One of tho requisites to success of the candidate in this Mt tion will be proper temperance sen Captain and Flick friends at There are thirtysix ladles anl eighteen men who are taxpayers ta the of Sheakleyrllle and the ladles have no It Is strange how queer some things Low Homeseekers Rates via Nickel Plate Road First and third Tuesdays In March and to points Southwest and Call on agent or write AN IDEAL WINTER RESORT Hotel Rider Cambridge Americas foremost All the Year Recreation and Rest and numerous olher Not a tedious Thermal and all Sanitarium Treatments Renowned curative mineral free to Sneclal winter per day and American Booklet on RIDER   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication