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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED 1 CENTS PER SLEW GREAT CAT Civil War Veteran Has the Hottest Battle of His Life With Huntingdon County Catamount VETERAN SlAYSGIANT CAT Civil War Soldier Fights With Pocket CHARITY SUFFErtETH It came to the ears of a Greenville charitable organization that a certain Woman was In need and a representa tive called to offer condolence and The act was appreciated and giver and glvee Vere soon en gappd In conversation The as the visitor was taking her depart remarked Aint the shows been rotten this winter TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF points the narrow gauge division of the Bal timore and Ohio between Clarion Knife Weapon ex treme cold and deep snows have Junction and Kane the snow still caused wild animals In this section to ten feet become wildcats and j than drlren down from the jjg men will bo given employment are harrying farm stock next Monday when the Page Woven and in several Instances have attacked Wire Fence company resumes opera pedestrlans on the public Ser tlons In the rod mill department geaat Russell a veteran of MM Civil who resides about five miles from this left here fcr his his route being along the base of Terrace Within a mile Us destination he was attacked by a which sprang upon him from an overhanging rock after dog gtmg his footsteps for more than a who Is sixtyfive yean was borne to the ground by the shock and momentarily rendered A foxhound which accom panied him gave battle to the cata mount until Henry when he succeeded In drawing his pocket A furious struggle be tween the man and dog and starving fceast In which the dog was Wiled and Henry received seri wounds on his face and A found Henry unconscious from loss of blood and conveyed him to his where he Is receiving The body of the catamount was found about 200 yards from the scene of the It meas four feet three Inches in length and had died from loss of ThomM age and Boyd age both of Baltl were killed by a train about eight miles from this Peter Cur tis of New who was with araa thrown from the but not fatally After an unsuccess ful search for work the three making their way Qreely car ried a membership card of local lodge Boilermakers of Dont Rub It Commiserate with your brother mo torist whom you find kneeling In the rtnst of the road belaboring a punc tured The nail manufacturer Is a busy and there may be another nail farther down the pike for Pride goes before a and the William Allen of son of former Sen ator has been appointed attorney for the state railroad com mission at a salary of a a riot among Italians at a construction camp north of this city Tony Adena was fa tally stabbed by Tony Another Italian shoved Giovanni Vespa on the street car track and he was run over and New Tro ver of Wampum pleaded guilty to forg ing an order for fifty cents worth of saying he did It to get food for bis wife and wha were He got six months In the because a cancer was sapping his George Company Eleventh Michigan smug gled a revolver Into his cottage at the soldiers home and shot himself through the right dying in cause wounds Inflicted by two board ers several months ago rendered him unable to work as a miner and be cause be could not provide for his wife and John a board Ing boss at near shot perhaps with the finding of a coroners jury in the case of Ileuben according to the commit ted suicide laat friends of the woman persuaded Coroner Wynn to have the 1ody post mortem examination will he with having started a at Darnes near last week which caused loss and burned a woman to Leroy a who occupied one of the burned f f T T M M M WILL ASSUME treasury an approximate fund of to guarantee the redemption of these notes In gold coin and pro j tect ail depositors of national thereby preventing panics and stop Than Hire Telegraphers ping the hoarding of money will com Rather Under NineHour Say Railway Managers KNAPP HAS A WEIGHTY SECRET Refuses to Disclose to Santa Fe Offi cial Names of Operators Who Ex pose Attempt at Coercion egraphers Are Idle Tel When the bearing before the interstate com merce commission on the application for an extension of the ninehour law was resumed Hilary for mer secretary of the made an argument In behalf of the Seaboard Air representing the Union stated that it would be impossible for his line at various remote stations to supply accommoda tions to a third Per president of the Order of Rail pletely divorce the operations of the United States treasury from the trade and commerce of the country and thereby prevent their continuance as a disturbing factor in the business of the Brumm of Pennsylvania Intro duced In the house a bill at the re quest of General Jacob to provide for public improvements and employment of he citizens of the United States to encourage industry produce prosperity and to procure money to purchase and pay for public utilities and for the redemption of said The bill provides that when there is a surplus production with no demand for labor at living municipalities or incorpo rated towns and villages may for purpose of employing idle men and women on public works issue non Interest bearing 25year bonds not In of onehalf of the assessed valuation of the real exclusive of improvements and less all ou standing these bonds to way stated that he had be doposlted wlth tne Becretary ofthe received Information from points along treasury who shalli when caned the Union Pacific that it was entirely j treasury notes on this CALL ME A FOOL Butler County Man Before Killing Himself Says He Should Rather be Called a Philosopher GOOD NEWS FOR FISHERS Mtehan Has Turned Loose 670 Mil lloni Since Last Report Fish Commissioner Meehan has completed his annual report of the work of his The document shows that a large amount of work has been There are eight from which there were distributed nearly 000 A large hatching house for the propagation of Lake Erie fishes was built at Conneaut The hatching house at the Erie station was A hatching house for with a capacity of more than 000 was built at the Spruce creek A hatching house for pick erel and yellow perch was started it the Wayne One new pond for bass and nearly two dozen bass fry ponds were The first at Crawford hatchery and the others at Erie Spruce creek and Two sunflali ponds and two yellow perch ponds were also built In twenty seren new trout ponds were construct ed and more than a dozen of the old trout ponds at the Corry hatchery re A contract was awarded for the construction of a seventyfoot steam tug for egg gathering and patrolling purposes In Lake EFFORT TO FIX JURY Alleged by Pinkertons Against Man Arrested at Harrisburg on Information Received J rlUC KUCT3 UCIUHJ haughty man is generally the first to d ngs was arrested s a leged find that he is out of Youthful Henry three and a half years of near is probably the most youthful smoker in Allegheny county and probably in The boy has been using tobacco for more than a His father Is The boy cries unless given a pipe or a stogie once or twice a and nothing elae will pacify Milk and medicine are and he falls asleep soon after This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Anot er Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE PQ STORE he started the fire to collect North wife of a killed three of her fatally wounded a fourth and committed One of the children was drowned in a well and the others were shot and their throats Spies took carbolic shot herself and cut her The surviving five years may man out of work stole a sack of flour from a store after he had been refused Policeman Sutley was sent to the mans homo to arrest but when he got there he found children eating the flour from the He returned to the store and said he would not make the The grocer didnt press Sena tor George Vare died at his home In a suburb of this age Death was caused by pneumonia that developed from an at tack of Varo was one of the political leaders In the city and for years controlled the wards in the low er section of the city for the Republi can atives of the Southern Pacific railroad company settled with nearly all the families of the twenty Shrlners of this city who were killed In the wreck In last About COO was paid out One family demanded and In this case no agreement has been Settle ment also was made with all the New Constable Edgell of Smith field arrest ed Arlle Shuman and Sherman both about ready to board a freight The two boys are charged with robbing the home of Simon Price is said to have threatened Starkey with a re volver while Shuman went through the bouse and obtained about J3S and a childs suspen der and presence of mind saved An drew Charles of Wakefield from death possible for the extra operator to be provided with the extra accommoda tions at the stations named by general chair man of the Union Pacific also stated that accommodations could be furnished for necessary additional operator at all these In presenting the case of the Santa Fe assistant general man said he Could lay before the commission autograph letters from operators on that line stating that Perham was not authorized to represent them before the com I have a score of Inter jected Chairman from opera tors on your which state they signed such letters as you refer to under I would like to suggested who they I cannot furnish you with that in responded the chairman President Perham of the telegraph ers union Informed the commission that there were plenty of competent telegraphers rendered idle by the re cent strike who would be glad to go to work In railroad offices but that the railroad companies seemed disinclined to employ The house committee on banking and currency voted to report favorably the Fowler currency Chairman Fowler has made public a synopsis of the committee report which he will submit to the The suyopsls contains the following paragraph Your committee is of the opinion that there should be no further patch no temporary no politi cal but that there should now be a genuine and complete reform of our financial and currency prac The business interests of the country and the danger to our tlonal credit unite In demanding that we now adopt a sound and wise financial and currency The bill which your committee now has the honor to report to the house Is comprehensive in sclen tlflc In practical In its ap The snyopsls claims for the bill that it will unify the banking Inter ests of the United will secure a uniform and adequate reserve in gold to prove all bank credits and thereby protect the interests of all depositors will establish a scientific and simple monetary system will give the country a true credit cur rency system by which current cred its increase and decrease In strict accordance with the demands of business will give to manufacturers and merchants and to all others having bank accounts the right to have their credits in that form which will best serve their needs will give to the masses of the people just as econom ical and cheap credits as the rich and powerful have will establish a cur rency based upon the products of la bor and redeemable in gold coin will give to producers and merchants the In Conowlngo was swept out of his vehicle and for twenty minutes managed to cling to a Just as he was about exhausted from the he made one last effort and managed to throw his suspender over the post and so held himself up opportunity to coin their commodities assistance currenoy which the banks will DeWitti Carbollied Witch Maiel Salve Is especially jood tor Ifer vale by wry compelled to redeem In gold coin win ja fillies the money BO realized to be used in employment of Idle persons at a mini mum rate of a day for common women to be paid the same as men and eight hours to constitute a days The bonds are retirable the interest rate of 4 per The house on naval af fairs agreed to an authorization for the construction of two steel floating drydocks capable of holding a battle ship of one to be located on the Atlantic and the other on the and also the establishment of a naval station nt PoRrl The senate confirmed the nomina tion ofWilliam Day to be United States attorney for the northern dis trict of Day Is a son of Associate Justice Day of the United States supreme The consideration of the Indian ap propriation bill and a speech by Sen ator Reed Smoot of Utah on the cur rency bill consumed nearly the entire time In the The Indian bill was By the narrow margin of one vote the house of lepresentatiyes rejected by 59 to 60 an amendment by Foster of Illinois to the army bill appropriating for joint maneuvers of ths military organiza tions and the regular Without a dissenting voice the house earlier In the day by special rule restored the provision to increase the pay to non commissioned officers and men and to prohibit the private employment of army musicians for both of which had been thrown out on points of Waited In Vain for Deputy United States Marshal Owens of Pltts hurg had Sadie Roblnaon of this city held for the United States court on a charge of using the mails for fraudulent It Is alleged she conducted a matrimonial bureau and that her Yours cor respondence with a wifehunting swain of Charlerol Induced him to come here last week and wait two long days tor Sadie to appear at the meet him and become his The swain attracted much attention at the post where he anxiously peered Into the face of every woman who ap peared Found body of Charles a age eight was found hanging to a tree at The negros feet had a plac ard attached to them bearing the words Warning to neerroes found prowling In white folks Not Hard for At a political meeting an Irishman watched closely the trombone player In the Presently the man laid down his instrument and went out for a Paddy and promptly pulled the horn to The player Whos meddled mlt my drombone he Ol said Here been for two hours tryln to pull It an Ol did it in wan minute A Breakfast Over in Chelsea a school teacher ivas engaged in tier task of teaching a class of foreign children the fins llsh She was trying to make her pupils understand meaning of the word SEEN TALKING WITH JURYMAN Capitol Graft Case Enlivened by Sen sational Move on Behalf of Common wealth Against One Humph Have Been Inmpbreys was arrested last night by Chief of Police Hutchinson charged with attempted embracery of Albert one of the Jurors trying the capital conspiracy The arrest made at the instigation of detectives who have been In this city since the beginning of the flve weeks Humphreys was arrested at his warding house and after a prelim inary hearing was held lu for a further The information was made on Information received County Detective Walters before Al derman who will hear tbe case For several days Humphreys has been trailed by Plnkertons and last night two of them saw him In close conversation with Polst and are alleged to have overheard remarks about and Humphreys claims to have lived across the river from Harrisburg un til about two weeks when he moved to Harrlsburg with his wife and has Since been living on North Sixth He says that he is the owner of a patent hose supporter and has sold onefourth interest to Foist for the nominal sum ot The patent Is still It has made an advance of and has a eelflJLIor Tjhft that Humphreys has also lived at various times in New York and In With the testimony in rebuttal ot Miss Julia a public stenog rapher of b6th sides closed In the capltol conspiracy suit against Contractor Sanderson and the former state Mathues and which has been on trial In the Dauphin county court since Arguments will begin Monday aft There will be three speeches for the commonwealth and flve or six for the It Is probable that the case will not go to the Jury before DARES DEATH ANGEL the Idea of a Future Life ud Commits mes sages to the public which are meant to refute the Idea that the Infidel died a miserable Charles a Valencia eal estate dealer and brok ers shot himself through temple In the kitchen of his where he had lived alorto for a On the table were an empty bottto which had contained two loaded a half dozen stamped and and the following message t To the Public my dear It is none of your bul I know your apish curiosity will I will satisfy that cnrloelty to the extent of saying that I Houses and There have and there are to day In the various lands of the many people who have no and nothing that you could call even of the Cut there can be no doubt that they are far hap pier than many who are comfortably housed lu mansions which contain everything that Uncle Remus money can the UIK asked if anyone in tbe class could give a sentence containing the Quick and confident waa the reply of one little girl 1 have a We had fright eggs for break fast this Imbued with the twentieth century Idiocy on finance and got in deeper than I I am not enjoying my self here I have eluded to enter the eternal slwp of I know the sleep of death is The nonsense of the ctmtla ulty of existence beyond the fs too thoroughly explored to warrant IU slighteit So there yon have Continuous strife and Unnott on one side and the acme of repose on the I have chosen the tran quil side and have deliberately con sumed two days In preparing tor Some of you will say 1 claim philosopher1 is the proper designation for such a frame of hut fight It out to suit I am out of Wagon as a Boat having been washed away and drowned while be was Attempting to ford the swollen Qultta Philla Solomon a milk of floated on the surface of the water in hit boxlike milk wagon all through night to he rescued by persons who heard his shoute for Croh weighs 200 pounds and to get him out of the middle of the where Wwagon bail tbakea some ropes were to by the aid of the wheeled boat was drawn Boy Enters a young est boy ever incarcerated in the Ken tucky penitentiary was brought by the sheriff of Harlan He Is Thomas age wider sentence to serve two years for the murder of his Joe whom he killed with i Bomb Falls lo Buenos I8V A dynamite bomb was thrown against carriage in which President Alcorta Was failed to Four persons were arrested charted with complicity in the Wlfs Murderer Elngs on was hanged here for the mur der of his He met hla end calm singing a verse of a hymn twice through in an even clear voice Juet before the di op felL AXE FILLS ON 4 WESTMINSTER Greek Prat Students at Westminster College Are Long Battle Is Prexle the new president of Westminster until last year pastor of the Sixth United Presbyterian church of Pitts carried out his threat that no college fraternities shall live in United Presbyterian New Wilmlng As a result of three sessions of the college held within the past two the announcement was made tonight of the expulsion from the institution of 12 students foi1 participation in the deliberations of the Pi Rho Phi The disgraced students are among the most prominent at the in cluding the editors of both the col lege papers and captains and leaders In the college Here Is the list Clark man aging editor of the college Hoi and manager of the college bas ketball Maurice New Wilming assistant manager of the basket ball New Wllmtng editor Argo and manager col lege baseball Hugh manager football cen ter on the varsity football team and active in the baseball guard on varsity football Perry New captainbasketball John New Wilming William Robert Those of the dismissed students who live outside of New Wilmington were called before the faculty at the close of the final meeting this after noon and told they must leave New Wilmington within 24 The action is the direct result of the war between two former frater Confidence when that your food is of highest it has nothing in it that can injure or distress you makes the repast doubly comfortable and This supreme confidence you have when the food is raised with Bakin The only baking powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar There can be no comforting confi dence when eating alum baking pow der Chemists say that more or less of the alum powder in unchanged alum or alum salts remains in the   

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