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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: March 6, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MARCH 2 CENTS PER ONETHIRD OF ENTIRE SCHOOL IS DEATHS HARVEST MANY UNKNO WN TwentySeven Little Bodies Not Claimed at North Was Impossible Parents of TwentySeven Victims ol Collinwood Disaster Cannot Identify Their Dead ONECRAVE WILL ENCLOSE THEM Relief for Stricken Families Pouring in From All Will Ap propriate for That Dtiatter Is Being March Twentyfour after the disaster which swept into eternity approximately onethird of the school children of North Col the death roll numbered Of these 137 had been Identified at the Lake Shore while 27 bodies remain there in a condition of mutila tion probably forever beyond the chances of being The work of digging In the ruins of the Lake View schoolhouse in further search for remnants of children still missing began with the break of Dawn found mothers and fathers waiting about the fireruined building after having spent the night in an to flnd their childrens remains at the extemporized But lit tle forth during the day that would satisfy their and it is believed that all the bodies that can bo removed from the ruins have been taken Burial of the dead is the burden now confronting those In authority In the little Arrangements for the funerals of the victims were discussed at a meeting attended by the mayor of members of the board of the clergy and The idea of having a public funeral of all the dead has been though It is probable that where It can be done bodies will be grouped in one The work of removing the Identified bodies to their former homes is completed and the undertakers set to work to prepare for the Burial of the Unknown In the homes of the afflicted citicena of the village the weeping parent wore sustained by the presence of vis iting nurses and who volnn toered to lend such comfort as lay within their The appointment of a relief commit tee by the Collinwood board of trade and town council also Is designed to care for the bodies of the unidentified dead as well as assisting the be reaved Should any parent de sire to undertake the Interment of one of the unrecognizable bundles of hu man flesh and believing It may be his or her they will be per mitted 10 TJia ifimflinder This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Anoter Large Con signmentJusf THE QIBSOH THE HMMMMMMMHM tfie bodies will be laid side by side In the In an effort to fix the cause and re sponsibility for the holocaust various Investigations were set under Coroner Burke issued subpoenas for the seven surviving teachers of the Lake View The inquest was begun and a number of witnesses were examined Ing any testimony that was beyond mere An Investigation conducted by the Collinwood school which lasted far Into the at which a number of survivors of the horror told their brought forth these facts Fire Started in That one of the Inner doors at the west entrance of the school was closed and fastened while children were pil ing up against it in the passage wing partitions In the vestibule narrowed the exit at least three feet the flames came first from a closet below the stairway at the east entrance the closet contained lime and sawdust three little girls had been found hid ing in play in the closet earlier in the morning there was but one fire es cape and that Its use never was taught as a part of the fire Survivors among the teachers estimate that only two or three minutes passed from the time of the alarm until all escape was cut The building was a fair sample of the kind of school construction in use In small The halls and stair ways were Inclosed between interior brick forming n huge flue through which the flames shot up with great On the much whether the doors opened inward or Fire Marshals Brockman and Feigenbaum examined the doorways and said that they were convinced that they opened Whether they were locked they have not been able to They have testimony on both Janitor Herter still Insists that the doors were r Led Them to Miss Anna the principal of the denies that the doors opened Inward and insists that they were never locked during school She says When the bell rang and I sup pose other thought It was a regular flre Every child in the school has gone out over and over again from the second floor to the Open air in one minute and thirty You can judge from that how quickly we reached the first When we neared the front door we saw the flames coming up the base ment stairway without knowing ve had led those little children into the very face of the It is not true that the doors opened toward the ill and they were not The trouble was that only one of the dou The UK at the llufoio Km tho children hail ttHdgtM themselves into the vestibule unil the in a stumbled and climbed and crowded over H was BO near If I could have turned my line back they would have had some chance on the third But they kept com ing down and we could not step them or do anything to save Men from the outside were trying to pull the children but they were crushed so tight together that no hu man strength could clear a passage Dozens of them died within a foot of absolute The board of education of the city of Cleveland has ordered all city schools closed today and flags to be halfmasted on all While thoroughly sympathizing with the mis fortune of the village of the board desires to have corrected an impression that it is in any way connected with a responsibility for the school management of Neither has the city government any while recently voting annexation to a municipal having its own gov ernmental functions of all One Parent Made Like returning from death Helen Marks surprised her parents by slip ping up behind her father and throw ing her arms about Ills neck while he was prodding among the ruins of the Lake View school for her The girl had been sent to school as Instead she played truant and visited an aunt In the Not return ing to her they supposed she had perished with the Neither could the father flnd among the dead bodies one he could Identify as that of his In despair he was prodding about the ruins when the girl threw her arms about his neck and cried Guess who I am March ative HUl Introduced in the legislature bill appropriating f ifoOOO Jpr relfe of ITifferers from the Collinwood school not more than to be paid to the head of any one fam The bill was given a second read Ing and referred to the finance com CHEATING THE HOUSEWIFE Thousands of Pounds of Fake Butter Being Sold In March and Food Commissioner Foust has received reports which Indicate an ex tensive effort to thwart the work of his division in rooting out an organ ized trade In Illegal butter prepara A number of arrests have been made and scores will From special agents It is learned al though there are only seven licensed dealers In no less than pounds of uricolored oleomar garine were sold In that city during the month of Further in vestigation established the fact that the pure creamery butter the house holders of that city have been pur chasing from peddlers was really Oleo colored by means of coal tar dye as to resemble genuine cream eVy The method of these deaf ers has led Commissioner Foust to believe that a gigantic conspiracy has been organized in Philadelphia for the purpose of defying the As soon as the agents of the dairy and food division were able to detect some of the venders of colored oleo margarine InfoVmatlons were made and prosecutions most of have been HUSTON ALONE TO BLAME Lawyer Defending Attacks March Lyman counsel for former Auditor General William Snyder and former State Treasurer sions of the capltol conspiracy defending their course and denouncing he and his Stanford who tes tified against the he convicted him self out of his architects handbook of unprofessional inattention and gross If he did not superintend the work he was paid to he is a asserted the lawyer at one while In another he de clared that the architect was the real If one accepted the claims of the Gilbert contended that Snyder and Mathues were Justified in accept ing the advice and judgment of for mer Governor which was given honestly and accepted in the same spirit and he demanded to know why that former official was not indict ed If Snyder and Mathues were guilty of any Railroaders Test New March new railroad law prescribing the hours of work for railroad crews which weit into effect Sunday was taken advan tage of by a train crew here when a Pennsylvania freight train was stopped on the main track while passing through town because the crew had been on duty sixteen A shift Ing engine sidetracked the where It remained for ten hours until the crew had secured their lawful Work of Deportation New March detective and an Immigration Inspector have ar rived hero from Buffalo having in charge ylncenzo an whom they lodged on Ellis Island pre paratory to his being deported on the ground that he is an undesirable Reynard the us it Is more usually is tlio name given to the fox iu a famous German epic of the fourteenth century called Rey nard the Tlio book Is really a satire on tbo Btute of Germany in the middle the different each of which ore glveu a special typifying different Thus Reynard tliu Fox stands for the Isengrlm tho Wolf for the barons and Node the Lion for tlie Oth er characters nre Tibert the Cat and thu Both iu tlje last uuui ed case and Unit uf Reynard tlie per sonal name given by the author bus passed Into common Turn In n Great Western railway carriage on tho way up to London a youth had disturbed and annoyed tho other pas sengers by loud and foolish lunne re marks during a great part of the Jour As they passed Hanwell Luna tic asylum he 1 often tliluk bow nice the usyluui looks from the Some growled on old gentle you will probably have occasion to remark how nice the railway looks from the CHANCE FOR SUCKERS To Though Spring Not As Sharpsvllle Incident A pitiful appeal to come to the aid of a relative and thereby secure a sum of money something like 000 for their was contained in a letter received by a number of prominent men In the Shonango val ley during the past day or Two of these letters found their way to where they occasioned no small amount of astonishment and The letter is well calculated to set a mans mind in no easy for it goes on to frtate that on the death bed of a relaj Ive the startling confession had beel made that the party to whom the letter Is ad dressed was a real relative and so was in duty bound to offer the aid asked In some the letter threatened to disrupt the family cir for when the nuptial knot was tho husband had failed to mention any relatives residing ir from which place the letter The missive goes on to state that the writer had at one time been treasurer for the revolutionists in and that by a sweeping order of the he had been forced to flee from his native land without be ing able to inform a who was away at school at the where he would He states that he landed In England and after a residence there was notified of the serious illness of the daughter Hiding the money in a he started for his home only to be ar rested bythe officers Immediately on his arrival on Spanish A trial was given and he was casUjtntq pris whefS he now lies he Is not far The relative in America Is begged to come to his take charge of the daughter and nt the same forward the fee necessary to bring the child across the On her she will turn the port containing the About eight years similar let ters were floating about the United States and many a man reported the matter to the secret service An effort was made to run the gang but on communication with Spanish it was learned that the officers there had sought to cap ture the gang for a number of but had been REACHING THE It Can Be So Scores of Green ville Citizens To cure an acklng Tho pains of The tiredout You must reach the at the In most cases tis the Doans Kidney Pills are for the kid 46 Union says I suffered with kidney trouble and rheumatism for some time and was in such condition at times that I was unable to get In the mornings I would be stiff and lame and If I contracted slight cold it would cause me a great deal of My back was al ways weak and I had read of Doans Kidney Pills and decided to try procuring a box at Alden derfers drug It took only a few doses to convince me that I had found a medicine of I contin ued the treatment a short time and was rewarded with a complete I have suffered no rheumatism or kid ney trouble since hat time and cheer fully recommend Doaris Kidney Pills to anyone Buffering with any form of kidney For sale by all Price BO FosterMllburn New sole agents for the United Remember the take no EXTORTION Sensational Disclosures in Connection With the Banking Investigation Immunity Promised HIGHER iMiS USED Attorney General Jackson of New York State Indirectly Charged With Extortion BANKER MAKES AN AFFIDAVIT In Which He Alleges That Lawyer Grossman Told Him There Was Un derstanding Between Accused Dep uty Attorney General and Hla A GARD This Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foleys Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or It stops the heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneu monia and Contains no The genuine It in a yellow cure Kamereri Get beWltts Carboliied Witch Hazel la good for Sold by Harry New March charges are made In the affidavits ac companying the complaint In which Nathan recently a special deputy attorney is charged with attempting to extort from former President William Mont gomery of the Hamilton Mont In his alleges that representing himself as influ ential with Attorney General demanded an the price of a brief immunity for himself and the Hamilton bank from newspaper at tacks that the period of Immunity was to terminate on the date set for the arguments on the ques tion of making the receivership for the Hamilton bank at which Vldaver a new arrangement would have to be Montgomery made oath that upon his agreement to pay the the pub lic attacks only to be renewed when he failed to make good his prom ise to pay the Jerome Publishes The hearing In the cose of Vldaver by mutual consent of counsel was postponed until this The drawn up at the district attorneys office and made Attached to it and made a part of the court record aro flve one by two by De tective Fitzsimmons of the district attorneys Frederick a and one by Douglas house detective at the Astor Fitzsimmons swears to a telephone conversation between Moses Gross man and during which Grossman Is quoted as having said that he could smooth things over with Vldaver and arrange everything satis factorily for Montgomery if the matter was left to Grossman at this according to the urged his client to send him a check for In the other affidavit the detec tive swears to a conversation which he says he heard between the same men while the detective was secreted In Montgomerys At this time Fltz almmons says Grossman told Mont gomery that the banker had been a fool not to give up the promised to Vldaver and that had he done so he would not have been indicted nor would his nanio or the name of the Hamilton bank have appeared in the Jackson Makes Attorney General Jackson reiterated last night that Vldaver had had no connection with the banking investi gation and added that he did not know Jackson suid that he could not conceive of Vldaver telling any man he could Influence the attorney He added It is folly to say that I could close up a bank which had just been That Is not within my province nor It is only my province to act In a banking matter upon word from the banking Samuel Utitermyer issued a state ment in which he said that the whole matter was Greek to This state ment was called forth by tliut part of Detective Fitzsimmonss affidavit in which the ofllcer swears that he heard Grossman refer to Jackson as Unter myers office boy and say that Unter myer hud something on the attorney Untermyer In his state ment said that he never had any rela tions with the attorney general other than of a purely professional char JOSIAH BENTON DEAD Pioneer of Oil Pipe Line Business Passes Away In general superintendent of the Tidewater Pipe one of the principal petroleum transporting con cerns In the Is dead at He assisted In organizing the Tidewater and superintended the construction and operation of the first pipe line to carry oil across the Alle gheny mountains from Bradford to the He conceived the Idea of pump stations at intervals for lifting aUAttl thejiygtem of gradient lines to determine trie inter vals at which such stations should be His home had been in ritusvllle for forty He leaves his two daughters and a all of whom were with him when death The body brought north for Two Negroes Lynched and March Curry Robertson and John lynched near here and their bodies They were charged with the murder of and Warren Worry Kills Another New March a whisky who resided with his wife and four children In an up town apartment shot himself in the head at a hotel here and TRUSTATE NhWS IN BRIEF March For the Italian who shot and killed Carlin was hanged Belial March age a wealthy and prominent merchant of this suicide by hanging March Augusta Marlenelll dropped dead on the steps of PaulR Italian She was entering with friends to attend the fu neral of a March western penitentiary berc is full to the Prisoners to the number of are quartered there and many are com pelled to sleep two in a March Mar sixty years of shot and killed his wife and committed The tragedy followed a Mar tin had recently applied for a March cen tral part of a raining town near wasswiept by a fire which burned seven houses and a store and slightly damaged a numbar of other March out the plate glass window with a dia burglars entered the notion store of John Twentyfive dollars and a large quantity of goods were March an inmate of the Dauphin county hanged himself to a picket He was the gardener at the alnishouse and suffered from March con dition of the who is suffering from typhoid pneumo is reported as Swallow la very weak and his friends aro March a fanner living near Dun fell out of a striking his stomach against the handle of a which penetrated his abdo His injuries are believed to be New March age died at the hos pital from injuries suffered a week ago at the local Carnegie steel He dropped twenty feet from a alighting upon his head and fractur ing his March that he has not only broken his promise to marry but fraudulently Intended to deceive her and Injure Miss Stella a popular society has entered suit against Albert a business for March new association of Pennsylvania state ice cream manufacturers has passed reso lutions calling upon the legislature to enact laws requiring cleanliness In the making of ice cream as well as safeguards to insure purity of ingre March have robbed the Kennard cemetery at near of the bodies at John McCIosky and her two age and age It Is suspected that nearly all of the fifty or more graves In this burying ground have beau robbed In like March Sfate Treasury Cashier Measey has sold the last of the states holdings of 000 of United States The lot comprised and 12G was ob In all was realized over and above the face value of the bonds and it will be passed to the credit of the sinking Maumee river Is higher In front of the city than at any time this The water Is flowing over the docks and is In the cellars of many business do ing considerable Pumps are being used In the electriclight power to tbft cars and plunging clCy fn March that his Professor with his daughter was reported drowned by the sinking of a near met with foul Wood of this place has asked the government to investigate the He thinks his brother and who were touring were robbed and March The board of trustees of the Pennsylvania state antisaloon league has adopted resolutions calling upon the Pennsyl vanla representatives In congress to rote for the Llttlofleld liquor Mil and urging that pastors open their pulpits to the accredited agents of the league and that the people of the churches continue to support the March eecond believed to be that of one of the men drowned by the collapse of a bridge at Mirtllnburg about two months was discovered in the Susqne hanna near A few hours previously a body was found about a mile The clothing of the men Indicate that they were employed bridge but there are no other means of East March son who dlsapeared two weeks ago from wherehe had been visiting has not been heard from having had In his is feared to have met with foul Guy had been with rela tives In Negley before he left there to go to a Cleveland bought a ticket for New but there is no trace of him since to toft Famous as the Abode of Many English Literary place to which tho lover of Eng lish literature will sooner or later torn1 his steps is No other small town can boast of having been the residence and beloved abode of go many famous literary With it are associated the immortal names of Horace Lady Wortley Bos Tennyson and Surely this is enough to make any place doubly Immortal Twickenham was well nicknamed by Horace Wal pole the or of for It has truly been to London what Balae was to ancient in a far higher The big red brick house In Montpeller road where Alfred Tennyson lived for so many years of his earlier married life was the one In which many of bis earlier poems were There his son the sec ond Lord was and there the author of Idylls entertained many of his literary friends and ac That house should surely be sucred to all lovers of English liter which saw the dawn of In Me which witnessed those de lightful gatherings graced by Tenny Hullam and kindred spirits within Its It is today called Tennyson Mens Mens said an employ ment agent There are more of them than of muus men or Visit the fashionable hotels of Flori the and as you pass open bedroom doors of a morning or an afternoon what do you see Maids changing the studs iu evening pressing trousers with patent alcohol brushing coats and putting fresh laces in The average well to do couple that can afford the best winter and summer resorts travel with a but not with a maid and n after a valet very and his duties occu py only a hours a and a maid can get through all of them just as well as So the average ladys maid is a mauti maid as to the valet to the She likes her latter They yon simple and and they draw forth the most generous York Of Vital No other organs of the body are so essential to good health than the kid Foleys Kidney Remedy the kidneyn healthy sothat they will strain out the Impurities from the blood which U constantly passing through Commence Foleys Kidney Remedy at the flrat sign of Hpw to Avoid You can avoid pneumonia Md other serious from cold by taking Foleys Honey and U stops the heali the Mi expels the cold from the Re fuse any but the genuine In the Refute   

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