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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED MARCH 2 CENTS PE SUBMARINE SCANDAL Told LILLE ASKS DELAY Not Prepared to Proceed With Submarine Boat Investi gation at Once WISHES TO ENGAGE ATTORNEY Committee Decides He Will Not Be Permitted to CrossExamine Wit nesses Must Make Preliminary Statement as to March spe cial committee of the house appointed by Speaker Cannon at the request of Representative Lilley to Investigate the conduct of the Electric Boat com pany of New Jersey and their prede the Holland Boat re the methods employed by companies In connection with or proposed legislation before has begun Us to Give to Man Pinches Him or March trep idation has been caused by the re ceipt of a Black Hand letter by Giovanni a distinguished Italian who Is the guest of the Augustlniaii fathers at the Catholic church of Our Lady of Gods Counsel In this in which Is de manded of the Iii the letter he is You will never see Italy again If you do not give to whether Lilley was being Impeded Thslr Error Cost Eighty When the person that pinches you after he PRIESf THREATENED A Who TODD WAS CENSURED the chairman of the com mittee was authorised to inquire ENGINEERS BLAMED CONGRESSMAN The which is composed ol Representative Boutell of chairman Pennsylvania In bringing before the committee thing within the scops of his author ity by the alleged detectives and If in his opinion he was being so Im peded that the committee would take every effort within its power to pro tect him as a member of the house and as a witness before the Littleton on In addition to the request of Lll ley that his attorney be allowed to examine witnesses the Electric Boat company submitted a like Martin Littleton and John Lind say of New York were present as resentatives of the boat The witnesses Representative Lilley desires to have examined are Isaao president of the Electric Boat company Ellhu Maurice treasurer of tho Electric Boat company August as sistant treasurer Norman of New and Me Nelr of this He Mso asked that subpenas be Issued for the following Marlon all of this city King of Frank Melnbrough of Bay and Gordon of Qoebec Bridge March report lapse of the Quebec i ridge in which QUEER PLEA salutes I say one Carry it with you alwjys and remem Attorney in Arguing for of the royal commission on the col her that I am more powerful than the police and your The which is written In Ital eighty lives were lost was presented to The commission finds j Is marked with two sinister sym that tho collapse was due to defect In i Morte Is inscribed on a tomb design and that the parts of the bridge stone surmounted by a cross In one which first gave way were the lower j corner of tho letter and a skull deco chords in the anchor arm near the rates one of the lower Preziosl is a secular priest who has made a study of Italian colonies In America and He has Capitol Addresses Remarks to Todd main The djslgn for the chords that failed was made by designing engineer of the Phoenix Bridge Thlj design was ex amined and officially approved by visited this country several re turning here in November to study Theodore consulting engineer educational problems nnd in December of the Quebec Bridge and Railway I delivered a lecture before the students The failure cannot be atj of Harvard trlbuted directly to any cause other in commenting on the says ha than errors in Judgment on tho part does not believe there la any Black Hand society and that the name Is one used by black mailers to Inspire HE JOLLIES ATTORNEY GENERAL And Urges Him Not to Throw Robea of His Great Office Into of Justice Against Speeches March Two behaf of defendants ln j Btnte member of I lie bar in u county to that groat city and among lawyers ho is known as a lawyers When they get a case no other mind can grapple with they go to He is tho lender of he bar of this state and I say that he comes In such a way that It ought not to be per He has no right to throw the robes of his great office Into the scales of justice to weigh them down against this Todd was present during the took no of To day former Attorney General Hcnsel will speak for to be followed by also for and then Charles Bergner will close the case on be half of the H Is the Intention of Attorney General Todd to speak after Scarlet sums up for the Taft Repudiates March Secretary Taft has repudiated on behalf of his political Arthur the story appearing in rertaln morning papers credited to the Taft news bu reau In which seems to be an effort to show that should the secre tary be elected president he would be entirely independent of the Roosevelt policies and The in commenting on the said he had had a talk with Vorys over the telephone and that Vorys had re pudiated the whole thing and snid he knew nothing of its of these two the report de The report continues These errors In Judgment cannot be attributed either to Jack of common professional knowledge to neglect of duty or to a desire to The ability of the two engineers was tried In one of the difficult prob lems of the day and proved Insuffi A grave error was made In as suming the dead load for the calcula tions at too low a value and not after ward revising this The commission does not believe that the fall of the bridge could have been prevented by aay action after Any effort to brace or take down the structure would have been impracticable owing to the manifest risk of human life BAILEY OPPOSES BILL Texas Senator Wins Applause by nouncing Aldrlch March Jo seph Bailey of a member of the finance which reported the Aldrlch currency held the at tention of the senate with a speech In opposition to that When he concluded his address he was greeted by a storm of applaune and senators from both sides of the chamber as well as many representatives of the crowded about him lo extend their The senate also spent more than on hour In debat ing the Frye bill that mate capltol conspiracy trial were Ing the plea for exSuperintendent Shu maker and William Schaeffer of Ches ter for exState Treasurer Both attorneys declared the officials followed the Judgment of exGovernor Pennypacker and that both relied on Architect Architect Lewis being unmeasured tenru for his teslimony In behalf of the Schaeffer closed his speech by an effort to forestall the effect of the appearance of Attorney General Todd as the closing speaker In the saying As to the attorney he pur poses to come before It Is his but it is not right for him to throw the robes of his great office It was announced In court that one of flve cases Involving Congress man Burd Joseph Hus Jamos Say dcr and Jlathues on a charge of conspiracy in a metallic furniture bill will be called on March This means TRIBE OF The Maghnyaa Greatest Pride It 8uo cessful The MnKhnya Is born In nn nrhar field nnd schooled to theft from his lie lives without shelter or food for the perpetually mov ing from encampment to chased liy the police nnd execrated by the His prenteat pride In a successful burglary nnd a prolonged drinking bout his most coveted re Jail offers no terrors to the It Is merely the result of being a bun gler at his The flrst attempt to reclaim the Mnghnyn doms in Cbam parun was made by now Sir He found the greater number of the adult members of the tribe were In Every police officer was held responsible If any doms were found In bis with the result that as Boon ns n dom was released from Jail be was usually returned thither under the bad livelihood Agricultural settlements were estab lished for the but they do not seem to have been very as civilizing The settlements that none of the false pretense cases civilizing ane settlements win j serve as houses for the and but the men are seldom found in The females generally hawk stolen property in the villages and act as Anna Gould Coming to March Anns accompanied by her will sail on Wednesday from Cher bourg for New She expects to remain in America for two It is reported that Prince Helie de Sngnn also has made arrangements to leave for the United Recently It was reported that Gould had been married to Prince Helie de Sa Sailors Afflicted With March An eplI rials and supplies shipped from the you against him I appeal to demic of mumps aboard Secretary of j United States for the Panama canal ask him to recollect that the blackest the Navy Metcalfs dlipatch the shall be transported only in American pages of English Jurisprudence have J heen Darkened by tho appearance of the attorney general at the He was narrowly averted several days ago by the removal of six strlck Resolutions of sorrow upon the death of Representative Adolph Meyer of Louisiana were adopted and comes not as but as an absolute dental of Five Babies at One the navy After treatment at the moninrv March hospital the six men were returned mark of respect to hU to the Dolphin and H now is stated that all danger of the disease spread ing has lets were born to John All flve babies are healthy boys and weigh about nix pounds 8chmltze Release San Francisco March for mer Mayor Eugene Schmltz was unlawfully convicted of extortion and sentenced to flve years in prison was reaffirmed when state supreme Dog and Master Die March Gold berry and his dog weiu found dead in a He was a age thirty one Foul play Is the senate adjourned as a further The bouse was In session but a few min adjourning upon announcement of Meyers The Democratic members of the house committee on bunking and cur rency have agreed to report to the house the minority currency bill In troduced by John Sharp Williams as a substitute for the Fowler Prison an Opium March Ne braska penitentiary is not a reforma tory but a huge opium according to prison In He has no right to throw into the a report to Governor Glf jury box the great office than has the district attorney whose place he tem porarily fills In this Speaking fenreports that of the 412 prisoners confined in tho institution there are between 100 and 150 addicted to the and Howard met in a room court unanimously refused to grant a rehearing of the case before the dis trict court of which several at the house office Before the committee had been called to or der Chairman Boutell stated that no witnesses had yet been but that Representative Lilley had been requested to appear before the committee that as ynt the committee has nothing before it and will not be In a position to summon witnesses until MrrLilley lays the fants before At Lilleys requent the committee adjourned until Thursday to give him time to secure an Lilley to Be First At an executive session of the com mittee It wns decided that Lilley should be the first witness called Thursday action on his request that other witnesses bo called was de ferred until an investigation discloses that the persons named are connected In some way within the scope of the His request that his attorney be allowed to examine and crossexam ine witnesses was the com mittee deciding that the examination should be conducted by a member of the committee and tout all questions to be asked the witness should be sub mitted In writing to this Re garding the charge that Lilley made that he was being shadowed by weeks ago reversed the judgment and order of the trial court and ordered the discharge of the defendant on the ground that under tho law no offense had been The court of ap peals held in brief that even though Schmltz had accepted money from French he had not ob tained It by threat anil not guilty of extortion under the stat Schmltz has been held In jail ever since his as there are several other indictments standing against OF THREE SMS Farmer Repudiates New Munh Henderson of Snenango township secured a temporary Injunction re straining the Rochester and Plttsburg railroad from entering upon his He alleges faud when he without a deed con veying to the railroad a right of way through his premises for This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Anoter Large Con signment Just QIBSON Upper March i Harry age a traveling who is well known all over the dropped dead from heart disease at his home March wagon in which Hve girl students of Bryn Mawr college were riding was struck and demolished by an automobile and the girls were thrown Into the All were more or less March tercd clubs here are aghast at a no tice issued by three local breweries In words which made for liberty the morphine habit and that morphine Is world a great Judge of this being regularly supplied to the prison one of the greatest In the era by outside persons whose Identity Englishspeaking one who sat s In this John Bannister said The prosecuting attorney at the railing of the jury box stands not as the avenger of not as persecu but he stands for the rights of the accused as much as for the rights of the If Todd shall conduct himself that I will have nothing to complain I know him I have a very high regard for Than him there is no abler lawyer in I am a A WINDOW AND A Costly Incident of Reign of of A terrible war was once caused by a It was in the days when Louis Le Grand was dazzling His was superintending on the kings behalf the building of the palace of the Tri anon In the park at Louis Inspected the buildings one afternoon and declared one of the windows to be out of shape and smaller than the rest This Louvols and tho king had the window with the result that he was proved to be end he openly before all the court ridi culed But the minister had bis for with the angry ejaculation that he would find better employment for a AS monarch than that of Insulting his fa I purchased a bottle of he embroiled France by his Iains Cholera and Diarrhoea insolence In a quarrel with thei and found It to be all which only ended years later In UjT claimed for It In the peace of Uyswick after a war which Three of the amily have used It with entailed the Joss of many lives and the good results In summer expenditure of large sums of publisher of the Pearsons For sale by Greenville and For home feet to where he will begin March Wood has received Information from Mexico that the bodies of his Professor and daughter who were drowned In the Gulf of Mexico by the sinking of a had benn suspect ing the victims had met with foul recently appealed to the govern ment to March only a thin night gown to protect her from that no beer in kegs or cases will tne bitter Liondls a do hereafter be delivered to organizations raestlc was touni wading down Mill She had been in the water for some time and died of exposure before which have not tho sanction of a state March a fit she could be given medical Summers of North dislodged from her ear the skeleton of a which had caused deafness for She is now able to hear ernor Rheumatics in United States Can All BeCured By If rheumatism continues to spread as It has In the past few U would seem as though we would be fore long become a nation of crip The terrible destructlveness of this dllsease Is apparent on every nldo of Almost nine out of tho cripples one meets had their i iffllctlon brought on by mteht as woll let me for I will How many thousands more there are of violent coughing the young It Is believed that she became mentally daughter of and William i She had walked down the creek a quarter of a mile when dls March woman Is physically fit to run an March according to the statement Mayor Dawson has vetoed house bill Markbrelt In a recommendation sent passed at the recent special legislative session relative to liquor The reason for the gov ernors disapproval of the measure Is that he questions the validity of the Afarch that are hopelessly bedridden and whom we never from tho very nature of the can never cure Itself and If neglect ed Is bound to grow worse rather than If you ever have any twlngs to the city council In favor of the ap pointment of a city commission for examination of all who seek to man age The communication was suggested by thfi fact that last week a man was killed by an automo bile driven by a Gallipolis March Heavy rain has again started the rivers In this section to and the indica tions are for n disastrous The Great Kanawha and Poca rivers are booming and thousands of dollars worth of timber has been lost near The flour mill sltuat March thej on creek was washed Hester age thirtyeight when taken to the Unlontown hospital suffering from a solMnnicted razor wound in the throat There Is doubt of her 1 2 3 4 of rheumatism go to your druggist melting of snow mountains Many louse8 are Hooded and much and got a bottle of the won will cure you and it Is the only treat ment In the world that will cure yon permanently and Urlc0 cures by Its direct action on the mus blood and It keeps out the poisonous uric and rheumatic acid and drives It from the system and It Is only a treatment of such a nature that will ever cure Lin Imenta and plasters only serve to drive It from one spot to Ihey never ure because It Is primarily a blood and until the blood is cleared from the a cure cannot take You can test UrlcO free of charge If you Just cut out this adver tisement and send It to the Smith Drug 1S7 Smith together with your name and the name of your and state that you have never used TJrlo0 and would like to try They will give you through your a IS cent which you can teit and try to your own Urlc0 la sold and personally rec in i i here the body of Jacob was brought to light near the railroad He had been missing more than a month and It Is supposed the body had been burled In the snow that length of March stock has been March ExJudge Frapcls Wing of this city filed a voluntary petition In bankruptcy In the United States district court over which ho presided up to two years Ills liabilities were stated to iige has confessed and assets When Judge that he wrote tho threatening letter to Joshua son of the weal thy iron master and He was committed to The which WHS adorned with skulls and throateivwl Losslgti life In the ovont of bis failure to put up he March three regular army officers detailed to In spect the Ohio national guard have begun their Two of Cap tain Robert Williams and Captain William reported to Adju tant General Orltchfleld here and First Lieutenant John Wilson went di Always at say that Grlndly does n great deal of fancy I should say she JWWhen she can And nothing else to she ruffles her husbalidu Wing resigned from the federal bench of the northern district of Ohio he became an attorney for Cassle Chad who later was convicted In the i same March The Farmers league of Lancaster county has sent an appeal to the unemployed to seek work on the farms In the Appeals were addressed to the bureaus of labor and Immigration at It is stated that there IB scarcely a farmer In Eastern Penn sylvania who could not find work for one or two men at almost any time and in summer tan find employ ment In every ratt the farmers say are giVer than received by the labore In each carton of ZippS Flavoring Extracts is a coupon which entitles the 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