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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MARCH 8 CENTS HE WASCLEARED Jury Fixing Episode Proved to be a MixtureArgu ments Made Today in Capitol Graft Case OF NEEDY If anj real destitution exists In their wants will be looked after If reported to Burgess All Information obtained from such people or their will be con sidered SLEUTHS MADE MISTAKE Humphreys Exonerated of Attempt Tamper With Graft March a re sult of an investigation into the cir cumstances surrounding the arrest of Humphreys on the charge of attempting to Influence one of the jurors In the capltol District Attorney Weiss ordered Ms re The district attorney declared that he was satisfied that the relations were The detectives say that the man was taken into custody be cause he was overheard to bo men tioning sums of money to but the explanation Is given that the con versation was about the transfer of on Interest In a suspender patent also claimed that the mans statements about himself were so In definite as to cause There are rumors that the occurrence may fee made the occasion of a motion for a although the lawyers for the defendants who are here refuse to speak on the Arguments on the legal points in volved in the trial will be made today before Judge LANGUAGE IS TORRID Meeting of Discontented Ones at Philadelphia Occasion of Strong Talking Andrew Hamilton March Ham formerly counsel to the New York Life and other insurance compa nies and in charge for many years of Insurance litigation and legislative Matters In all parts of this country ejid was found dead in bed at his home in this His death was entirely although he has fceen failing to some extent ever since the death of Hamilton last An autopsy disclosed an acute dilation of the which must have caused practically Instantaneous death at some time during tho Granite Cutters Strike March 200 granite cutters employed in the Wes terly shops will go oil strike de nuding 40 cents an hour minimum wage in place of 37 cents as paid them at Workman Boiled to March body of Kowash was found in a cinder pit at Jones Laughllns steel He had been boiled to death in the Seven Terrorists March seren terrorists who were condemned to death by a courtmartial for complicity in a plot against the lives of Grand Duke Nicholas Nlcholaievltch and minister of were hanged at daybreak Sunday at Lissjr opposite Among those who suffered death were the supposed who had Jn his possession when arrested a pass port issued to the real tha 3tPetersburg correspondent of two Italian and three two whom were eighteen and nineteta years of HAYWOOD PRINCIPAL SPEAKER OF THREE STATES T M M This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE 9IQ Denounces Old Political Parties and Says Judges Are Simply Walking Delegates of the Lawyers Roosevelt Comes In For March secretary of tho Western Federation of who was re cently acquitted on the charge of be ing implicated In the murder of Gov ernor Steunenberg of was the principal speaker here at a Socialistic labor meeting held under the auspices of the MoyerHaywoodPettlbone con More than three thousand persons greeted Haywood with cheers when he was Among other things the speaker said I have heard the chalonan of this meeting say there is no justice in this country for the I want to add right here that the workingman is to for we cannot much while the Judges ot the country are the walking delegates of the lawyers Reviewing the he said During the present suspension of work you have the right to bor row or for selfpreservation is the first law of and I remind you that it is against the law to com mit you have no right to Following a general criticism of capitalists he declared 99 per cenfl of the mine explosions are due to their failure to provide proper ventilation In the The condition of the miners In he proves that this country is an industrial mon archy and he urged the adoption of a resolution calling upon President Roosevelt to immediately withdraw the troops from Goldfield and Fair which action was immediately taken by the In paying his respects to President Roosevelt ho said To say the least he is When we were shac kled In prison he stabbed us in the back with his I say that this was not the act of a brave The way to remedy he was to put the Republi cans In the soup and throw the Demo crats in for Rabid utterances which aroused the audience emanated from Edward a of this who said President Roosevelt called us undesirable We are to him and we are proud of We are glad to be undesirable to this who boasts of being a murderer and shoot ing men In the In referring to the riot of unem ployed foreigners In Broad street here ten days which resulted in the conviction of leaders in the Moore said I have nothing but con tempt for the Following his address the meeting adopted a reso lution calling upon the board of par dons to pardon the men convicted and sentenced for participating in the Broad street Luella one of the advance workers for the Haywood in an address said she had as much re spect for Harry Orchard as for Presi dent CHILDISH SQUABBLE Causes Fight of In Which Four Are March were killed and a fourth was mortally Blwood March age of Wurtem died of hiccoughs caused by a stroke of March James the oldest prac ticing physician in West died age ninety March Or vis handed down tho licenses for Cen ter Out of thirtyseven appli cations he granted March Leon commanding Troop state has received orders to assign details of four men each to Masontown and March Wil liam residing in the upper part of tho gave her Infant a portion of a morphine tablet in mistake for another medicine and caused Its March his twoyearold child Joseph Ber kowitz found the room full ot while the crib was surrounded by He saved the child and extin guished the March trus tees of the Reuben McMillan Free Li brary association havd accepted the offered by Andrew The matter of erecting a new home is in the hands of the building March rified by u strangers repeated calls at the house demanding Miss Ida housekeeper for Edmond In a fired a revolver at the wounding him in the He March thirtytwo and died at Me ander from Ten days ago Jones was in Pittsburg and after eat ing dinner used a wooden a fragment of which lodged in the poisoning set causing March al ready distinguished as the home ot who boasts of being the largest human feeder in the coun now presents Joseph who has perfected a menu which costs him and his wife a March with remorse and fear of capture Ed Ache March The In dian Creek Valley railroad was dedi cated by the driving of a silver spike In the last crosstle on the main street of Mill Run by Hazel the fourteenyearold daughter of and Ross Marietta of Mill The day was observed as a holiday In the After the dedication the sli ver spike was withdrawn and present ed to Miss Following this ceremony Ross Marietta gave a turkey dinner at his home for the officials of the railroad and citizens of the com March The per WANT BACK Expelled Westminster Students Think They Are Entitled to a Rebate but Prexie is Firm FLIPPING OF A Depended on by Neal in De ciding When and Where to Operate PAL ARRESTED AT PITTSBURG It Is Has Confessed to Having Done Pen Work on Bogus De scribes Their March who IB wanted as the accom plice of alias Ba who it is said confessed to killing at poker and Neal saw me Just about New Years And said he would have to get out of Rugon Is said to have contin said ho had a struggle with the agent nt and In the flght the revolver was dis charged and the agent was He said he made sure he was got about In money and stamps and then set flre to the building to hide the Thats pretty said but business is an swered didnt get so REFUSED THEIR TUITION mantnt relief committee organized to jj Baltimore and Ohio aid those who suffered through the burning of Rhoades Opera House on 12 have issued a statement to which shows that the total con tributions were The dis tributions to date were ot which 1936 was paid out for For the preparation of 1C5 bodies of persons killed in the flre and the bury of twentyfive wag paid Lots in which to bury the unidentified were purchased at a cost of alias Erie sent a bullet through his brain while standing on the steps of the Erie cemetery using the same revolver with which he had killed Joseph Collins thirtysix hours March been married on the last day of Feb ruary in leap Miss Nellie Ashbaufih and Bert both of cannot celebrate their golden wedding anniversary until Their first wedding anniversary can be celebrated in March a mining town below this Charles Rice and William white coal miners at the Hltchman Baltimore and Ohio became in volved in a Reed was fatally shot and Rice escaped over the river into Reed is expected to March who has been in Jail here the last five weeks under sentence of death for slaying his nineyearold Mary at Ronovo last Is dead from his death being hastened by starva he having refused food for sev eral March Harris received a telephone call from Conneaut Has Ambitious Plans and Burton Gives Encouragement MAKE FINE Conneuat Feels Assurred That the Harbor Will Be Vastly Improved by the Government If tho improvements of Conneaut harbor are carried at at present the port at this point will be one of the best commer cial harbors on the Great It s believed by those competent to Judge that tho harbor will then be fully adequate for any extension or enargement of marine business that may occur in the The committee of the Conneaut Business Mens association was given assurance by Burton that if plans were an appropria tion for would be caried out and made at this As soon as this is the wounded in a flght with revolvers folj R of Clerkmont lowing a quarrel in the lumber camp fl t t be sent to that of Congleton Williams on to Moscow to protect to Rose near John Hamll werB against night James Richard Splcer The overnor referred the appeal to and George Frazier had been work attorney who asked the Ing The children of Bowles ciermont county to InveaU and Frazier had disputes with those of Spicer and The men gate the quarreled over the matter as they Pa March Finally Bowles whipped out a member o A state a revolver and began He killed Police dne sday Hamilton Instantly and shot Splcer In companied by Ellz abeth the leg By this time Splcer had went to Graf where the two drawn his revolver and was firing at were on orders Bowies when Frazier joined in the Quarters at Harrlsburg been dls When the smoke cleared charged from the service ewsy it was found was of Captain Groome that troopers must dead with two bullets in his chest and not marry is still In Bowles had been killed with a ball March Charles through the heart Frazier was shot age of Chand through the bowels and will Low Homeseekere via Nickel Plate Road r lers was murdered by Jonn Nels an Samuel son and Swanson were hauling wood when Swanson grasped an ax and lit First and third Tuesdays la March cut the aged man to Swan to points 80B then took the watch and money ot Southwest and Call on agent tig and fled He was captured or write and U now in the Warren county necessary made to appropriations will establish and make be the It is proposed to extend the west breakwater southwestwardly for a dis tance of then deflecting in a more southerly direction to the a distance of feet The east breakwater woud be extended in the same though not so eastward extension of this would be 925 while the stretch to the shore is but It is proposed to then cut off and remove 725 feet on the ends of both the east and west Continued on pago The Perfect A however feeble and insig demands from his bride the form of the Venus of the charm of Reeamter and the pru dence of Hannah Naturally he does not get these divergent qualities united In one fleshandblood girl and his disappointment sometimes makes him querulous and The station agent at on has been arrested the police confessed his share of the crime to John Pow inspector of the Daltimore and Ohio and Secret Service Officer Miles Rigor of who traced him Ilugens capture completes the work of the Tno revelations made by Neal when captured In New York ten days ago are corroborated in a signed statement obtained from according to the confes robbed railroad stations and postofflces of money stamps and and who is an ex pert forged the signatures of the Neal got tho cash and gave Rugen comparatively small It is believed the men se cured about in cash In the last three The Toss of a It was the confession of Neal that first Implicated Detective to whom the confession was says It was the of m coin which resulted in Neils confes slon concerning tho killing of Station Agent After Rigor had traced his move ments through various stations and Neal had admitted passing through Clarington he was at last asked as to what occurred Neal then for the first time refused to He said he would flip a coin and if it came tails he would remain if heads he would tell The coin was flipped and Neal For a moment he placed his head in his hands and then told of the killing of the station agent and setting flre to the building to hide the He also said he had never entered a sta tion until after he flipped a II the coin went against him he went but If it favored him he believed everything would turn out right and he would enter the station and secure the Second Jim the Neal will have a further hearing be fore the United States commissioner ir New York today and will then be sent to West Virginia to answer to a fed eral warrant charging Rugen was traced to Pittsburg by detectives and was identified through comparisons of his T Detectives Rigor and Powell he a first denied all knowledge of Neal or of his He was shown a bun die of the checks which had been re but said he had not done the Write saw De tective Rigor banding the prisons a Rugeu calmly took the dipped It in the ink and wrote with a steady Shot to Death as He March twentysix years was shot to death while he His head was blown off with a shoUrun placed against Dolph is under Has Hopes for March secretary of the Bryan eague of said that re orts he is receiving daily from points 11 over the state show the movement s growing with surprising Auxiliary leagues have been organ zed in nearly every not ox eptlng the home of James the socalled leader of the emocracy in where the elief Is entertained that the Bryan elegates will win Bailey is onfldent that the Bryanltes will eas ly control the state convention at Harrlaburg in May and send an in truded delegation for Bryan to he national convention at Crazy Sailor Bites Thumb Atlantic March ng suddenly Insane while twenty miles at sea in a fishing Edward one of the became Iclous and In his desperation bit off his He also attempted to hrow other members of the crew over Anderson was overpowered and tied with ropes to the floor in the With superhuman strength he ot one arm and bit off hii Hiirshrieks of pain terrified he other When the schooner was docked Anderson was taken It charge by police officials and placec n a padded Fungus Kills Bark The bark beetle which for several years has been working havoc in the valuable pine timber ot South has the Black apparently been given a check by a fungus which finds in the dying trees a congenial place of and at the same time kills the beetles in the There is that the worst of the scourge In that region has Hows that he Identical with said the de drawing a bogus express check from his pocket which had beei Indorsed with the name of H I can write a dozen answered Rugen calmly and he con tinned to decorate the sheet with al kinds of chirography from the cramps hand of a schoolboy to the shadei flourishes of the professional penman Rigor persisted and his hi at length want to disclaim any hand In th robberies of stations and said Neal did the Jobs and was a kind of private was a third man who went with Neal but he lacked the sand and he parted company with How the Accused Our plan was Rugen is a leged to have aid I would II low while Neal would go out and gath in a lot of Then we woul Meet I would do the writing and b would hike out across the countr some place and get them The we would meet some He woul have more work to We spent littl tint He spent his mone and frequently lostbjg amounts Suspended Students Fall to Get Money Paid When Semester New March The welve students suspended from West minster college because of their affilla tion with a Greek letter fraternity are Indignant because President it is refused to refund heir The present college se mester opened when each of the twelve students now suspended They say they should mve the major portion of this as Jiey are not permitted to attend col Feeling runs high in suspended boys passed through here on their way nine of them living n the Plttsburg They were accompanied to New Castle by many who gave them a hearty sendoff at the train Friends Of the suspended students are open in their threats bf Some declare they will not return to the college next And Win the Love of Keep true to your best faith and dol he days with deeds which love and kindness Be just in your dealings and keep from stain of evil n thought and and you Shall vear the crown of an approving con TO BUILD SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Money Left by Wallace Now March a result of the recent decision of the New York courts in the Andrews will a free school for girls will be erected at a few miles east of A fund of tor the es tablishment and maintenance of the school is The old Andrews homestead will be the site of the new The late Wallace the was a wealthy Standard Oil During the latter years of his life he lived In New The Fifth avenue home of the family was destroyed by flre in In this flre his bis sisterin law and the latters children met The courts were called upon to decide whether Andrews or his wife died Upon this depended the dis position of a large After years of litigation the courts that the school for as provided for by Andrews can es Had the decision been oth erwise the funds would have gone to the Smithsonian institute at Washing It is proposed to begin the work of erecting the buildings this The school will be free and open to dependent and respectable girls he tween the ages of fifteen and Industrial and domestic arts will he The Institution will he as the Andrews Industrial School tor 4 t M M M M M M M M M t M M H M iT AN HE Greediness At at a country Toole was sittirfg next to a gentleman who iad helped himself to an extravagant large piece of Toole took it up and began to eat a slice from said the Indignant gentle that is my I beg a ihousand replied the ac I mistook it for tho READS LIKE A Experience of Syracuse of N says Four years ago I contracted a severe lung Doctors in Fexton gave me no I contin ued to fall until I only weighed 68 They sent me home from the hospital saying they could do nothing for Later I saw Vinol and immediately began taking I im proved from the first so con tinued its use for three Today I weigh 157 pounds and am well and I really believe Vinol saved my The reason Homer mer Heard Crash at FatalCrossing T TO H THEM Vinol accomplishes such surprising results is because Vinol is a combination of the curative of two world famed cod liver oil and but shorn of all useless oil or grease Vinol is made by a ex tractive and concentrating process from fresh cod combining with peptonateofiron all the medicinal bodybuilding elements of cod liver but no oil to upset the stomach and retard its As a body builder and strength creator for old delicate chil rundown after and for chronic and all throat and lung Vtnol is We ask Greenville people to try 11 on our offer to return their money If it fails to give THE CORONERS Statement of Witness Who Arrived Too Late for Confirmed Verdict of Jury Exonerating Train The jury impaneled by Cor oner bad dered Its verdict and when Homer of a His Informal statement to the deputy coroner confirmed the other testimony and the the tragedy was purely Quick said the be met EoUenroda and the Polleys about ten rods from the They were driving at good clip and he remarked to wife I wonder if they beard that train whistle I wish 1 had called to Quick then pulled up his horse and He heard the wheels of buggy click on the rails of the Penn sylvania track and said They aw not going to wait for the In a few seconds there was a crash and he immediately drove back and found his fears had been The first witness at the inquest was the He said he bad a clear track signal from the crossing at to Whistled at the accustomed place for Transfer station and also for the road crossing just below Was looking saw heard nothing Stopped at Pymatunlng for Continued on   

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