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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MARCH 2 CENTS PER WEI DM AN HOLDS THE FORT AT MERCER HOSPITAL MAYBUYlZXPO Proposition For Uncle Sam to Purchase James town Exposition Property for Coaling Station Congressman Lloyd of Missouri Declares Railroads Have Robbed Government MAILS NOT PROPERLY WEIGHED Female Suffrage Advocates Given Hearings Before of tha Houac and Senate Senator Owen One of Their Stout March The start ting charge that the railroads of the country which carry mails had robbed the people of was made In the bouse of representatives by Lloyd at He declared that the new system of weighing mails was an admission of the postmastergen eral that the weighing in the last twentyseven years had been fraudu lent He called for on investigation of the postofflco and Wanger of chairman of the committee to control the expenses of that promised that an Qthgra The Pace Hut Kills The wear and tear of business and the everyday cares and worries fall upon the and bring disaster to the stomach and Nervousness causes loss of sleep and draws heavily on the vital Increase your nervous energy by using BEECHAMS PILLS whenever the system is weakened by overwork or and needs to be toned and Beechatns Pills equalize the carry o9 the waste help the and carry health to the nerve They are quick to restore normal con enable the brain to recover its poise and unfailingly Relieve Nerve Strain Sold In boxes and Ohio and The use by the postofflce of tho corrected illvisor In arriving at the weight of malls was referred to by Capitol Scandal Trial Reaches Ihe Speechmaking March The capital conspiracy tria has entered I since hud adopted with the result dresH the jury with a possibility that that the annual pay In one weighing the judges charge may not be section alone had been reduced ered until The dajwas In all sections It would reoccupied Iq the presentation of the duce tho annual pay He PolntB in which the counsel for criticized the house for refusing to the defendants asked Judge Kunkel enuct the law last for acquittal of their clients on the ground that nothing had been The advocates ot fomale suffrage against them and with the de were given their annual opportunity of of the opening speech to present pious o the pres entation to the senate being made be fore the committee on womans suff rage and to the house before the ju diciary Senator Clay of Georgia presided over the senate com mittee and the Anna as the president of the National Female Suffrage intro duced the the first of whom was Mr Belva who has the distinction of being the only woman who ever made the race for the Lockwood ex pressed confidence In the support of her cause by the Fannie president of the Maine Womans Suffrage made an eloquent plea for a voice In gov ernment which controls every Interest we hold The house hearing was presided over by Chairman Jen kins of the judiciary committee and was In rharge of Harriet Taylor Upton of The speakers before the house committee were Miss Emma Gillette of Chap man of New Richard Fitzgerald of Sena tor Owen of Miss Rose Sul livan of Mary Cratgle of New Ida Porter Boyer of Pennsylvania and Miss Kate Gordon of The receivers of the Jamestown Ex position company before the house committee on naval affairs advocated government purchase of tbe exposition site for a naval and coaling The price asked Is and a bill for the purchase has been Intro duced by Representative Maynard of The committee was Informed in addition to the loan owed to the the com panys debts aggregate ex clusive of liabilities to so that the whole of the purchase price is needed to straight This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE en out the companys The committee reached no The bill granting additional time to the Alaska Pacific Railway and Ter minal company to file completed sur veys by road sections was ordered fa vorably reported without amendment by the house committee on Speeches on the currency hill were made In the senate by Senators Me Cumber of North Dakota and New lands of Each contended for modifications of the bill and each de clared In favor of legislation adding confidence on the part of the depos itors in the banks as a prominent fea ture of any plan for preventing Tbe senate also passed a resolution offered by Senator Tlllman calling on the attorney general for all informa tion concerning court proceedings in the Indian territory affecting the Choctaw and Chlckasaw It is understood that the president has decided to appoint Rosslter of New York to be public printer to succeed Charles Stllllngs of Mas Rosslter has been for several years chief clerk of the census office and recently was detailed by the president to make an examination into the conduct of business at the gov ernment printing Her Aim Was March When her husband came home late John May of it is threw a lamp at It broke and the house was May was More Sons March The presi dent appointed Charles son of Rear Admiral and num ber of sons of deceased naval cfflcers as How to Avoid You can avoid pneumonia and other serious results from a cold by Foleys Honey and It stops the heals the and expels the cold from the Re fuse any but the genuine in the yel Refuse V Wall Paper Remnant Thursday at for the Tho law points were read In open argument being had upon sev eral of notably on the conten tion of counsel for Sanderson that he had a right to charge as he did and that the standard of surface feet was accepted by state officials and on the point reserved by counsel for the three former state officials In which It was asserted that certain provisions of the act of 1811 creating the office of auditor general were sot aside by the constitution of James Sear let excepted to the vigorously denying the right of the board ot grounds and buildings to award such a contract as that given Sanderson and declaring that if the contractor had charged as he could have charged under there would not have been enough money In the state treasury to pay Honest John POWDER DESTROYS TRAIN Two Cars Blow Wrecking Train and Burning March cargo of powder carried a freight train on the dig Four railroad exploded while the train was running at full speed two miles from Two men are reported fatally The train was badly wrecked and several cars were Two cars filled with powder were In the middle of the Ten minutes after leaving here the two cars containing the powder were blown high into the air and the whole train was Whole cars were blown fifty feet from the track and debris was scattered over twenty acres of None of the train crew was The two men who were Injured were riding In a car some distance from the middle of the They are Lloyd Gaw of San An severely Injured about the and Paul Dougherty of Pox Injured The latter carries an honorable discharge from the United States What re mained of the train after the explo sion was practically destroyed by MISS PHILLIPS CONFESSES Admits That for Six Years She Has Been Bogus March Dor mand age of alleged to be one of the smoothest bogus collectors In the has been arrested Her plan has been to solicit subscriptions for The young woman visit ed the home of the superintendent of the Inner Missionary Captain McGough of the who had been on her trail for some caused her arrest Haupt and about twenty women Interested in charitable work visited the office of Captain Me Gough when the woman was taken before Miss Phillips confessed that for tho last six years she had been presumably for char She introduced herself to Haupt as a representative of a kinder garten in Wylle but now mlts that her statement was Captain McGough refused todivulge the names of the women who regla tared complaints against Miss Phillips KILLEDAT TEA TABLE LooptheLoop Queen Accidentally Shot by a New March was the fate of nineteenyearold Mltzel whose recklessly daring looptheloop act has been the feature of many a circus to meet death while engaged in the commonplace duty of pouring tea for a friend last As the circus star filled a cup for her friend the Mlas An tolnette toyed with an old fashioned pistol which exploded in her A cartridge ball from the weapon lodged In Miss Moroks neck and she survived but a few Miss Defframe was arrested on a tech nlcal charge ot Young as she Miss Morok bad appeared with circuses for several sea sons and her performance waa always billed and proved to be one requiring a wild sort ot She had planned to leave today for where for the coming mMd ton REFUSES TO Trustees Say They Will Not be Trifled With Any Longer REMARKABLE DEPORT THE REDS Systematic Effort to be Made to Free Country From Alien Criminals and Anarchists Trustees of Mercer Hospital Seem Unable to Make the Slighett Head way in Ousting At four after Weldman was Btill in command at the state in No comic opera ever ex ceeded the events of the paat few days and the wonder of the people grows and the wrath of the trustees but though the wonder grows and the wrath Weidman re mains in command and Miss Stewart still retains tho books of the institu Saturday the new matron Miss of Alle arrived at the She remained in the office some time and finally spoke of She was in that this was a hogpltal and not a lodging house and that there was no extra beds for Would she accept the use of Weldmans horse and buggy and be taken to any hotel or residence she might indicate up town she would BO Miss Hunt sat inthe office all On rather than be ejected by an she left the building and went to the home of Prank a a meeting of the board o Held In after some three trustees and Miss Hunt drove to the institution and demanded They drove up the hill and then drove down Some say they were ordered out and by while the lat ted went There is no conflicting of statements President Gibson said an injunction ould be issued on but it is not in force at this Weldman says he will not va cato on such short He re ceived official notice from tne trus Monday March that he had been The new superintendentmatron demand ed possession on February Weldman says his predecessor had 30 days notice and he Is entitled to as much in has patients private and that he cannot leave on a few days and will Mies Stewart reiterates her statement that the books will not go out of her possession until they are It was told in Tuesday that she is acting on tho advice of exJudge and her friends say that if she goes to there will be The trustees have posted a notice In the hospital that Weidman was deposed at a full meeting of the January while the Doctor says one of the trustees told him on ly last that his successor has not been It is said the system of managing the hospital was also changed and hereafter it will be open to all physicians in Mercer Charity patients will be looked after by Hope and a staff consisting of Sharon Mercer Greenville Grove and Sandy Doctors Unable to Save March spite of the fact that three physicians did all that they could to save her lit tle Catherine the threeyear old daugher of and Leroy slowly strangled to While playing about tbe house with her mouth filled with the child One of the grains entered her windpipe and all efforts to remove it were as the point where the grain lodged made an operation Impossible without death resulting from the The physiclana could do nothing but await the fatal termination of the strangulation of KHUd March Price thirtylight AMI frosn Government Direct Renewed Ac tivity in Ferreting Out and Deporting Them ORDER BY SECRETARY STRAUS Directs Immigration to Get In Touch With Police and Cooperate in Procuring Evidence Against Those Subject to March secre tary of commerce and labor has issued a sweeping order to all commissioners of Immigration and Immigrant In spectors in charge directing them to confer with the police In their respec tive jurisdictions with a view to se curing the cooperation of the police and detective forces In an effort to rid the country of alien Anarchists and criminals falling within the law relating to The order of Secretary Strauss follows It Is hereby directed with a view to promptly obtaining definite In formation with regard to alien Anar chists and criminals located In the United you shall confer fully with the chief of police or the chief of the secret service of the city in which you are furnishing such offi cial with detailed Information with re gard to the meaning of the term An archist as use In the Immigration act of and with regard to the inhibition of that statute against aliens of the criminal explain ing the powers and limitations im posed by said statute upon the Immi gration officials with respect to such Ton should call to the attention of the chief of police or chief of the secret service the definition of An archist contained In sections 2 and 38 of the and the provisions ot 2 placing within the excluded persons who have been convicted of or admit hav ing committed felony or other crime or misdemeanor involving moral turpi pointing out that If any such person Is found within the United States within three years after land Ing or entry therein ho Is amenable to deportation under tbe provisions of section 21 of said The coopera tion of said officials should be re making It clear that In order that any Anarchist or crim Inal may Vb deported evidence must be showing 1 that the person in question Is an alien subject to the Immigration 2 that he is an Anarchist or criminal as defined in the 3 tho date of his ar rival in the United which must tie within three years of the date of his 4 the name of the vessel or of the transportation line by which he it and 5 tlie name of the country whence he the details with respect to the last tare items being kept at the various ports of entry in such a manner as to be available if information is furnished with respect to the Anarchists the date of his arrival and the port of It Is desired that the above Indi cated steps shall be takenat oncetnd that no proper effort shall be spared to secure and retain the cooperation of the local police and detective forcen in an effort to rid the country of alien Anarchists and criminals falling with in the provisions of the statute relat irig to March Lazarus in attempting to assassinate Chief of Police carried out s commission Intrusted to him by a group of Anarchists also ac clared by Assistant Chief of Police Schuettler to have been Thn group of Anarchists also av cording to Information In the bands of the to assassinate Mayat BUBKO and Captain OBrien of the tective The principals in the plot have not yet been but It was said that Averbuch was picked to execute tho order of death at H meeting of Anarchists which he at i tended last Thursday It was on i that upon his return to the home of his Olgn 21S Washburn that the young Rus sian contemplated as described by her to the in stead of going to night as htz sister declared he is said to have been in nightly communication with a band radical revolutionists and it was at a meeting of these men Averbuch was chosento remove the police Wall Papitr Remnant at conducing at 9 Thursday mMd TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Bast March two days of Marshall age Had as a result of burns received In a gas explosion at her home In March Al age of Chelten a died in a hospital hero from a broken back received last Thanksgiving day playing March de partment of public Instruction has cent to the school authorities of Pike Washington the last of the warrants for the state appropriation of to the public Washington March Robert shot his wife and James Cole and also co1 and then He has not Johnsons wife had left him and was living at the Cole March working on a ladder In the Sebrlng pottery David age of was caught In a revolving shaft above her head and her scalp was torn She will probably March hav ing been shut down for the last two weeks in all Its the Ber wick plant of the American Car and Foundry company has resumed giving employment to March manager of tbe Peoples Credit Clothing company com mitted suicide by shooting himself in the head with a Financial troubles are believed to have prompt ed Newhan to take his March search ing party near in the north of Cambria found the age about Tuesday of last wandered away In the snow and per Drifts had formed over the New March Cornelius and Fred Flke of this city nearly their lives In the She nango river north of here when they mistook a fording for an approach t6 a bridge and drove Their horse was drowned and the men had a strug gle to reach tbe March a welltodo colored filed a di vorce petition asking for a decree from his Mary late of Edwards declared he married the woman believing she was as she an but he has now learned she is March Buf flngton In the United Stales court of appeals handed down an opinion in which he refused new trials and or dered enforcement of sentence In the cases of Thomas Harvey and Lam bert convicted in connection with the failure of the Enterprise Na tional bank March unknown man entered the home of Steve Puahka at near Pjjshka beating her CrafiiB ouT wIlTf a hammer and fatally wounded her fouryearold Three hundred dollars hidden In a trunk waa taken by the Pushka waa at work a mile away at the March Hur alias Judge Franklin con victed in connection with the Storey Cotton company was refused a new trial by Judge Holland in the United States district Marrtn lu the second of the Storey promoters to be Stanley an aa IB serving a fiveyear sentence March thjs Pennsylvania and the Reading rail roads have made provision for meet ing the federal ninehour law forop erators and dispatchers in the railroad service which went into effect On the former 700 additional operators will be required and about onethird that number are needed on the Road ing March Penn sylvania railroad crew saw a boy floating down the river in the flood at East He was redheaded and seemingly about ten years of They tried to get believing that he was still but At Lowellsvllle and points be low crowds watched for him to float through on the March the boy will be placed on trial for hlsMlfe on March This was determined in tho court of Judge following the drawing ot a special The boy will be rep resented by General Jo seph Cooper and Charles Mil Junior member of the firm of which Mayor Brand Whltlock Is MBlor March petition is being circulated and quite generally signed that Ice men mow serving a jail sentence for conspiracy in restraint of trade be Tho men were sentenced for six months and will have served thirty days by the time action can be There Is some question if the court has au thority to suspend an unexplred por tion of the March by u attack of the William Bucks jumped through a secondstory win dow and struck a telephone pole as he He immediately bow clad only in his night ran several blocks to the Miami river and threw himself He was swept ashore to be seized by two but with the strength of a giant 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