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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MARCH CENTS PBJl DODGES AM41E Hero Now Repels Attack by One of the Octopus Type TELLS INVESTIGATORS ABOUT IT Was Offered Place on House Naval Committee by Party Who Declared He Had Pull With Speaker Price Was One March Mlley submarine boat itiqulry was begun In by a special house Representative Lllley was heard at He began hln testimony by reading a long typewritten part of which was in the nature of an In which he outlined his charges in When he had com pleted this formal presentation he was questioned at length by Represent ative Olmsted of the who was designated by Chairman Boutall to perform that Representative Hobson testi fied that be had been annroached tar a This Is the Time of Year Everybody Boosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE WQ man representing the Electric Boat who told him that If he would support the claims of that com pany before congress the company could bring influence to bear on Speak er Cannon to have him Hobson ap pointed on the committee on naval At the suggestion of Chairman Bon tell the names of the attorneys rep resenting Interested parties were en tered on the Ulley intro duced Frank Brown of Norwich and State Senator Stiles Judson of Bridge as his Martin Littleton of New York announced that John also of New and himself represented the Electric Boat In reply to one of Olmsteds questions Liltey said the Electric Boat company had no plant and no Ho declared that that company did not build Its only business being to secure con tracts for boats and then sublet the Hobton Makes After Hobson had been sworn he stated that he made a statement to Mr Lilley something like that to Lllley had Did some person claiming to be i representative of the Electric Boat company approach you In the manner Indicated sked Who was the party Lawrence Speer of New It Da in November Speer saw my secretary first and a few days later called me up on the telephone and it over the telephone that he spoke to me He had previously stated that there was a matter of mu tnal Interest about which he wished to confer with me and I replied that I would be glad to confer with He said over the telephone subsequent ly that he understood I wanted to go on the naval committee and that his company would be able to help me hHrt influence to bring that about if I sioocl right on he say Influence with whom March B B GEORGE HOWE CONSULTING ENGINEER General Building Construction Hotel National Greenville mens spring clothing Large assortments iplendid new Spring Clothing styles ever in the flew Spring to Choicest lines New Spring Suits ever in this store at fancy mixture or Blue but ton requisites for high class Other exceptional assortments Cas Mens to Threequarter length Oxford Black unfinished Worsted lined to facing or to with plenty af style Mens Top Black or Grey Covert and to Mens Rain to Special showing Mens Rtin or Mens new Fancy wool to Special showing new Wash BOGQS NORTH i dd he say Hobon I would rather not state that nnlesn you would like to have you stai said the lift further said that fcinfbrmed him that he would it for Blley Idea was that If you secured the support of Wil liams they would do the rest sir they would use their Influence to have me raced on the Lillley was recalled and asked about the statement be made to the committee that he was being shad owed by detectives and was asked If they were hampering him In his work before the I have had a very large number of men shadowing me since the reso lution was said Lll One man has been standing near my door dally In this office build ing and two more usually at the en Frequently I have run Into three At the hotel there have never been less than so the house detective tells The detec tive stationed at the house of repre sentatives says there have been at least six in I did not protest against this proceeding until they be gan to shadow the members of my and Major the chief of police told me he would have them arrested if T so Schaney Is Declared March jury men in the case of George charged with murdering Pro fessor John Rand at Beaver Falls last came Into court after being out but one hour and returned a verdict of not guilty by reason of Judge Holt directed the sheriff to take charge of Schaney un til further disposition of the prison ers Skunk Cabbage Kills Three March small boys are dead at Norwood and two others are desperately 111 as a i result of sating skunlc cabbage com PEOPLE IN HANDS OF JURY Seats on sale Saturday at Wests Drug store dr V t Q Girls in Coming Thro the Rye at the Opera March ASKS SHARP QUESTIONS Tlllman Resolution That May Embarrass March Senator Tlllman introduced a resolution calling upon the senate committee on finance to conduct an Investigation and an swer some pointed questions bearing upon financial The ques tions on which a Is asked are as follows Whether the national banks In the city of New York and elsewhere are In the under the gulue of com mercial of furnishing perma nent capital for speculative or other and if what legislation is necessary to prevent u continuance of such practice Whether the treasury department had knowledge of the loans made by the National Bank of North America of New York which are the subject of a suit by the receiver of said bank against Charles and of oth er similar transactions In other na Whether National banks are now engaged themselves or through other organizations iu attempting to control or dictate the legislation of congress upon currency The committee is further instruct ed to ascertain If legisla tion Is necessary to discourage or pre vent the habit of persons holding the office of comptroller of the currency or other treasury officials from making their offices a stepping stone to em ployment by national Whether national banks are using trust companies or other financial as sociations as dummy agencies through which to transact business forbidden I by the law governing national banks and what legislation is necessary to prevent such an evasion of the stat utes Whether the national banks in New York city lent their credit to stock brokers by the certification or accept ance of checks during the years 1906 and 1907 and report whether or not such transactions Involved any viola I tlon of the provisions of section 5200 i of the revised statutes as to making excess Senator Tillman asked that the reso i lutlon be read and allowed to lie on the HO added that he wanted to I give amplo opportunity to have its con j tents known so that there would bo no suspicion in regard to He said he proposed to Bpoak on this resolution next Americans Fleece March Paris police have arrested three Americans who gave their names as Schwab and de Montgoraerie of Pittsburg and Howard Ot Colorado and described themselves as guide The men are charged with obtaining large sums of money from American visitors under false The prisoners declare the charges Aski McClellans March against Mayor George McClellan and Police Commissioner Theodore Blnghara of New with a demand for their removal from were filed with Governor Hughes by Charles on behalf of the society for the prevention of crime la New York WORLD IS Travelers Found Sheakleyvllle Wom an Landlady of a In Interior of Old 11 Ver M Feby We have been touring around for the lust two months and thought some of the things we have seen woultl be of Interest to Our first trip was to Guadalajara and Lake In going from we were obliged to stay all night In the sta tion where strawberries are brought to the trains every day in We went to the PanAmerican and were quite conversation with the shi told us she was from Mercer county ten miles east of Her maiden If I remember was Blggert and when a young attended th Sunday In Sheakley Couse was tho superln She knew of most of tlu Greenville people who were former ly from Sheakleyvlllo We took the trainthe next morn and saw the first white frost we had seen In Chapalp was somewhat Hum bolt said It was the most beautiful laku In the western I think he had not seen them The water is the color of dishwater by but it fully redeemed itself at sun when the most gorgeous colors were reflected on Its surface and re mained until 9 oclock at Ho tel where wo is three miles from the and is kept by a man from near with some Guanajuato owns a ranch of on which is raised corn and all kinds of and also coffee and ba We had our Christmas din ner with pumpkin pie and strawberry shortcake for Guailalaja Is a beautiful socond in size in the and Quite with many little plazas with where one may The distinctive feature Is the sixteen blocks of portals in the business por J wo would call They make the stores quite nnd riro fitted with a In which arc sold nil kinds of Electric cars had just been Installed and run to all parts of the city and a number of mtburbnn We went out to Snn where the famous Guad alajara waru is expecting to son large but found tlmt tho pottery makers work mostly in JUDGE CHARGES JURY Long Drawn Out Cap to Graft Trial Submitted to Twelve Plain Citizens SCARLET AND TODD CLOSE CASE Former Spares No Cutting Words In Characterization of the Defend la Mixture of Logic and March The closing speeches in the capitol con tract trial wore delivered by James special counsel for tho com and Attorney General and Judge Kunkel announced that he preferred to charge the jury so that the members might en ter upon their deliberations after a rest and not with night The facilities of the grand jury room where the jurymen will sit are limit ed and this was also a factor with the It Is not believed that the charge will be a long one and the case may be left with the jury by The addresses reviewed the evi dence from the states side and the speakers contended that the state had connected the indicted men with an illegal combination to defraud the Scarlet was especially se vere upon exAuditor General Snydet for falling to halt the payment ol bills and characterized his safeguards as gotten up for use in time of storm and rather than for the pro tection of the Neither he noi Mr Todd spared whom they coupled with the defendants at bar as the man who made the cheat ing Both exonerated exGovernor Penny packer from criminal declaring him honest but Scarlet answered the attacks of exAttorney General speaking for Sander by justifying the course of the commonwealth and paying a tribute to the the newspapers had played in bringing about the investigation and prosecution of the men alleged to have done in a but statement of the responsibilities of the said It did contend It had proved conspiracy and told the Jury to take as the guide In the case the fact that the real interpretation of the Sanderson contract was that a transaction which was intended to cost cost the state of Pennsylva nia Leaving the Jury a few moments to their homes and burn their ware In Brasp the figures he followed it up by little kilns made in a hole iu the with broken The Indian sculptor who exhibited at lives He had busts of Roosevelt and President be sides many pieces typical of Mexican such ns the woman selling to and the et The cathedral is a magnificent different from any we in that it looked fresh and The declaring that two men could have stopped that tremendous outpouring of public but did Then he mentioned their names William Snyder and William This was one of the strongest parts of his It was brief and simply In reply to the contention of reli ance on Scarlet read the act of 1811 explaining the duties of the auditor asked where he Interior is in white and but its I got the authority to delegate his pow chief attraction is an Assumption of j ers to any one An official who would the by It alone was act that way would seem he more than worth the It has been In Mexico more than two hun dred You would suppose they would give it a prominent but It hung in the vestry and the visitor has to go in and turn round before was a beautiful pleco of he gets a view of In a little j sculpture of Carovara of the with cherubs about i It cost in We found the with its twenty throe very It is a cross between an orphan asylum and a poor I was first begun by the but tho state has tak en it There were thirty ba bies with their rows and vows of little cots for children from two to six thon there for those of school age and they were tmight some Waifs picked j up in tho whose numos could not be were given the jnaine of tho priest who founded the Then there were old men nnd who are al lowed to go out to beg two or three days in the In the chapel were sevea by from the life of They were given to the momiBtary of San Francisco years have never been and and If he was he he was faithless for a Todds speech was a brief sum mary lasting thirtyfive minutes and bringing to the attention of the jury the points where the commonwealth contends the conspiracy CHINA YIELDS TO FORCE TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF March age fltty and conceded to be the heartiest laugher In the Is dead He could neither read nor March gutted the fivestory Block Lake Side In the wholesale causing a total loss to tenants and owner of March a was hanged here for the murder of Mattte age of who had re fused to marry March Morris Holmes was hanged at the county Jail here for tho murder of his sweet Nancy whom he stabbed to death at East March March ton raised by a sale of Jots and secures the big pipe mill ot James Clow k by bonus of leaving to attract other March tor a number of years one of the foremen of the machine shop of the Panhandle shot and killed He had been suffering from 111 health for eight years left a note saying that he could stand it no March members of one of the most promi nent clubs In this city are anxious to be permitted to take a voyage In a twentyfourfoot lifeboat made by an Brie concern across the The trip will be made next and the work of building a boat for that purpose Is in March States Commissioner Marlett has issued a warrant for the arrest of John Chap deputy postmaster at on the charge of warrant was issued upon an affidavit flled by Postofflce Inspector It is stated that Chapmans defalca tion amounts to more than March his way downtown President Henry Dick inson of the Mount Victory bank was telling friends of having had a dream that his bank had been When he reached the bank there was confu sion over a visit from robbers during the the vault having been dyna mited and a sum of money March boil ers In the city waterworks wrecking the plant and leaving the city without protection from De bris was thrown In all directions and several persons narrowly escaped be ing Anna Steed was bad ly but will Tht cause of the explosion is a March The body of Andy a age twentythree was found on the West Penn railroad tracks with the bead It was at first thought that he had been killed by a but after Investigation evidence pointed to foul The coroner ordered the ar rest of three foreigners and they are held without March hall having been engaged for May 4 and the dates set for the Demo cratic state convention In this the matter of transferring the conven tion to some other city is being agi Charles Salen of who was here last made an offer to secure the hippodrome at Cleve land for the convention if the state convention will transfer it to that Explains Her Part In the Tatsu Maru March following offllcin statement has been Issued by the Chinese government with regard to the seizure of the Tutsu Maru The Tatsu which IB of deep anchored first Chun outside of the Portuguese but changed her anchorage within two hours to Kin The Chinese naval accompanied by the customs foreign boarded the ship and found her holds open and a crane In position ready to discharge the which consisted of 94 cases of rifles and 40 cases of T The Chinese took nautical obstr a In the chapel c determining the ships largo said to bo poglUoj Cnlneso offi cers were left on board for the night and a telegram was Bent to Canton to tbe viceroy for The Japanese captain twice offered bribes for the surrender of the cargo pro vided be ship was The Chinese observing that Portuguese police boats were hover ing around the feared com plications and wrongfully hauled down the Japanese At 4 oclock In the no Portuguese officials having boarded the she proceeded up tbe Canton river and the next morning the Chinese officials Informed the captain of the that the cyBtonas regulations I have never oeen tho corners are getting qulto Critics say these paintings were done by the pupils of Murillo and merely touched up by which I can readily aa there Is no comparison between them and tho Assumption in the We went out to a pretty where tbe virgin who con trols tho IB They pray to her when they need rain and also when they are threatened with Inun OPPOSE PENROSE BILL Pennsylvania Federation of Labor Acts on Many March The Pennsylvania Federation of Labor has adopted resolutions declaring In favor of admitting wood pulp paper womans having the union label placed on all printing also a resolution opposing Senator Penrosea amendment to revised stat utes reading as follows And when any Issue of any periodical has been declared nonmailable by the postofflce department the periodical may be excluded from the secondclass mall privileges at the discretion of the postmaster The federation adopted a resolntioa against congress granting an appro priation to the AlaskaYukon exhibi Aid was voted the 800 striking slateworkers In The attention of Attorney General Todd was called to the violation of a state law by state Industries In bar ing payday only A resolution was adopted that all delegates to tbe next convention wear only unionmade The committee on resolutions gave a hearing to delegates on the resolu tion declaring against local Murders Wife on the March Lea Grubb shot and killed his eighteen yearold tried to shoot hlB six monthsold baby and then killed bin The tragedy took place on a busy street corner and was witnessed by half a hundred Grubb shot his wife through the head and the bul let intended for the baby hit the pros trate A friend of the woman snatched the child from her arms and saved its Grubb then turned the revolver against his own fall ing within three feet of his Qrubb and his wife had been living March Mayor William Gibson has resigned as a member of the library board be cause of the acceptance by the trus tees of Andrew Carnegies gift of to which Gibson was He has been a member of the board tor twentyeight March was discovered in school 1 at Pick ville while 300 pupils were in the An informal bucket brigade was organized and teachers and jani tors became fire fighters with such promptness and efficiency that flames were subdued without much Graf March States District Judge Dayton ap pointed John Miller of Graf ton spe cial receiver for West Virginia for tfce Pennsylvania Consolidated com a Philadelphia corporation op erating coal mines at in this and at This action Is the outgrowth of the com panys being placed In bankruptcy three weeks ago by the district court for Eastern March appoint ment of a receiver for and the disso lution of tbe local branch of the Na tional Master Plumbers association was asked for in a suit filed in com mon pleas court here by Aaron Leh a member of the Cleveland or who alleges in his petition that he was forced to be come 0 member of the association upon the that btaJHjness would be ruined asked that the associa tion be enjoined from Jlippifne of any funds now on hand or contracting any ITS IN THE BLOOD Great ECZEMA REMEDI will Cure Ybu Ask for free illustrated Sol d at Bessemer We did not Dnd her at home had been taken into the tho church when we went taken somewhei up the her on provided for the holding of a joint Inquiry within three but this In quiry was not fear Japan was seeking a pretext for apologized for hauling down tbe Japanese flag and proposes to release the only 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