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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED MARCH 2 CENTS PER 1H i PEOPLE WIN FIRST ROUND EL IJONIIEO Jury in Capitol Conspiracy Cases Returns Verdict of Guilty Against Trimmers NEW TRIALS ARE REQUESTED Jury Takes But Two and Re ports Decision After Remaining Out Eight Two CcrTnts Are In March The jury tn the first of the capltol conspiracy cases to be tried has rendered a ver dict of guilty as to every one of the our men who have been on trial here or the last seven after a six JThere two This Is the Time of Year Everybody Booster Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSOH FURNITURE THE JTORE Ballots bnt tho jury did not come into court until for over two hours after reaching a The men found guilty are John contractor William exauditor general oxstate and exauperlntendent of public buildings and Motions for new trials were made to all of The jury came into court at and a minute later Foreman in reply to the clerk of the announced that they had agreed upon a H was read to the court and then The jury was not but when tho clerk read the verdict convicting all of con spiracy each man gave his assent by a Judge Kunkel dismissed the Jury with the customary thanks of the The entire proceeding occupied ten Immediately after motions for new trials were made on behalf of each of the Only Sanderson and Snyder were In court when the verdict was given and neither would None of the counsel for tho defend ants would say anything about the The states attorney when ques tioned said they were pleused the result of their hard The maximum penalty for each de fendant in this case IB two years im prisonment and The four men were convicted of de frauding the state in furnishing the new which cost the state about instead of the figure at which the contract was The inccnt cnse rd one of the onpest jury trials in tho of Pennsylvania courts and ed much attention throus The prosecution of the nl lesed frauds was the outcome of the political upheaval In Pennsylvania In which resulted In the ejection of William a as state treasurer In the fall of that Berry threw open the books of the state treasury and showed that the cost of building the capltol was more than three times the amount of the The case was laid before the attorney general and Indictments were found against fourteen When thc cases now pending against the four persons who have been con victed are concluded the other defend ants will be The slate claims that there are frauds amounting to nearly In furnishing of the MORSE FIGHTS HARD Obtains Another Respite by Decision of Judge New March Morse has won a temporary advantage PROFANE VE81i Awfi I Remark Made to a Patient at Mercer Hospital to be a Great Am lit nml appertalnln to the Mer cer when Trustee Downs was In sole after the exodus of the WeldmaB wit ness the hand and seal of Capn Whistler Here wns a pretty how do von After the retiring soon followed the hospital trustees In all of these save and they were seen no more that a lone trustee who felt there were indeed many to piping all hands to found that the new mat Miss Helen with another and rating not were the only livingsouls of either reporting for The day was but not his The eighteen or twenty patients began in various ways to make man ifest that THEY were there anyway Home said they wanted others and still things not say WJHAT they Miss at last after waiting from SaturSayi got sot the telephone ringing un til Mercer central began for once to sit up and take But the prac hustling Downs could not wait anything sd slttw as We found a nearby who manned the furnace nnd bdller That in TOUR OF THE WORLD in his fight to escape the bankruptcy light nud in hot water into which certain creditors are atlftm electricity A male nurse or two tempting to force Alleging in1 wero secured in Frank sufficiently secured claims aggregat1 who knows the1 hospital like a 1 e arter of a million dol GEORGE HOWE CONSULTING ENGINEER General Building Construction Hotel National Greenville ing nearly a quarter of a million dol Charles ns receiver for the National Bank of North Amer and two former employes of the and two former employes of to fl the cheerful same Institution filed with Holl j at in the United States circuit court wns thc Then t Wa8 petition the once multimillion aire Icomnn be declared a 4 young girl who stood like Casablan ca on the burning deck whence all but she had Sheriff and the volunteer male nurse each took up his or hei tray like many cornucopias at a vestal the deserted poor patients of Doctor Weldman were made to feel that they were not so blamed badly off after Miss Helen Hunt say8 the supper was delightful and gave Downs great praise indeed as a purveyor for the sick One patient whom Downs was serving with some sort of delicatas sen especially necessary for his said there was a medicine some where In the medical department which he was accustomed to take with or before his Would the now cook as he esteemed to please get it with the blandest smile Yes cer tainly I this reflec shall have to go to hell and hunt for The patient in sur prise at this statement turned n look of Inquiry upon his new but the latter had vanished In quest of the new matron and the desired In a moment ho returned and th nntlent was Introduced to Mlsss Helen at the sound of whose name the patient understood Downs seeming irreverant illu sion to the lower Indeed he was so amused that he could scarce ly i was in the Then It j In the confusion Incident to no thought supper for the In a new when onjthlp Some convalescing patients he set about to do varlotiA useful employ The house was ngaln warm WIRELE8S BRINGS Fall River Liner on Flre Succored by Sister New March and determined action on the part of Cap tain Appleby of the Fail River line steamer Providence prevented what otherwise might have been a serious catastrophe when fire broke out on board the craft while she was coming up Ixmg Island sound bound from Providence for New Three nun Foreign Office Expresses Gratification jred and fifty passengers were asleep on the 1rovldence when the flre was discovered on the freight deck ot which was then off twenty milts from New Fearing he would have a captain lent a cat to the Richard Peck of the same here in that The Richar brlng ner at k a ew ot Kirch the B B house gowns Womens new Spring Wrappers and House Womens one and two piece House Dresses plain Blue Chambray or fancy striped Ging or dark pleated assortment worth Spring Grty or Black and White Shepherd to Womens fine Albatrosa short and lace trimd and quality regu larly sold at priced and finest Kimono ever said in the store at the Womens long Silk beautiful Oriental satin band shoul well width owned gar ments like this to sell under and I creditors the law and tlml their alleged claims were uullquldatable because the oper atlons concerned were based on stock Downs I Is sought or wanted Mercer hos very young jjiltal one is heard to whis go to Helen Hunt for When the trains came In from Plttsburg and Greenville on that pic in mo UUIK in VMO memorable Thursday there hence could not assist at the prepar1 were elec ilriclans and firemen to the required time came The matron and the and the male had their hands already full and over full with the poor peo ple in tho cots in the and of the evening upon uicse repiiseiim1 itlons thc court refused to appoint aj Downs do a thing and now that the cruel hos i receiver pending the determination of j cast his coat and roll up bis pital war IB everybody hopes it i the status of each i said is my strong j will never again Counsel for lhe petitioners were suit nnd he proceeded to lay out the I NEWS IN BRIEF confident thaj the move of wonW Mrve only llelay an inevitable it was admit that Morses best i asset was supper after the manner of a trained chef a popular club we have heard of at was no banks what a j of this city luive marked down their i opportunity to win over creditors Downs nerved for the his plans of 1 patients who 1 or i too poor to Weidnmnj itVilii hotel and private boarding WILL ClrtCLE GLOBE Fleet to Visit Australia and Come Home Via Philippines and Suez JAPANESE HOPE FOR A VISIT at Decision to Make World Would Be Greatest Naval Demon stration In They March Admiral Evanss battleship after leaving which he knew must be eome fltiA Ban will visit Melbourne and Austra the Philippines and return to New York byway of the Suez Secretary Metcalf announced the funour IQ a pglnl W11U1J1 u 1BW OT ture movements of the fleet U will the The call was prompt leave San Francisco on July 6 for the predicament of our Pacific as Met calf styled The vessels will first touch at where they will Atfer that they will go to fol lowing this up by a visit to where they will stop at the cities of Melbourne and the Invitation of the Australian government to visit that country having been supplement ed by a more cordial one from the British Leav ing the vessels are to go to Manila and while In the Philippines the annual fall target practice will be Thence the return will be made to the United States by way of the stopping only at such ports as art necessary for coaling date of their return to the states Is dependent entirely upon the amount of time required for the target practice In the The visit of the battleships to Puget sound will made some time between the con elusion f the grand review in San Francisco bay on May 8 and the date of sailing over the March official route of the American battleship fleet on Its j per ceii BrowusvlH found dettd u n LABOR LEADERS CALLED JTioiiKcs whon lhe utter with his i in this Important Conference to Be Held Next Of nurses and assistants decidj Week at j o Mercer Sate HOB ew jpltal on Thursday of last we o do not Though olpoBlng n I shooting his wife jiinv souse as n nor the son ol i ubou was New March Announce ment of what is declared will be the most conference of national labor leaders ever held was made by the executive council of the in a mtle I defeated Schaeffer last night in Federalfou or More than 100 mitlonal nnd Inlernalionul it is will be represented al lhe which is called to be held in Washington on Wednesday of nnxi Ol llio rtllieriuau lor demand loans from 0 to 5 j f AUantlc was conveyed to the foreign office by the Associat ed minister of when shown re peated his previous statements and Japans desire the fleet would visit a Japanese port in order to enable a practical demonstra tion of the sincerity of Japans friend ship for the United Statest and the luul tlie steak broiler doings Its turn IIPmntlf the toast n golden i brown in either side and this is true he deviled and shirred the i Charles Quimby for March Hoppe defeated Schaeifer last night in balkline 400 to Hoppes high run was 110 and Schaef fers March Burgess the lie Ul subject to be brought to ilufore Her i i lml Ills lo be the j Downs Hi ruiifie he spi of Mailers so important will sets excited If Ii j be discussed that President Gompors too and the nnd drawed OILj ShotU was arrested by Constable Mc Htpwid the j Donough for running a motor cycle e chopped the j without having a Justice of both hands lying as if j the Peace Howell fined him a but in his which was Ibis haste be bad tied liis apron on be March body of Annie who coin a He j found in the SusquBhanna river about1 dnlmiB indulges in speech j three miles west of March sect tnat president and the executive council want In Busy was no name for At last j who sued John a DOGGS A strucllons from sill the unions before tlie supper was The for dam the improvised tho I iniuries received by falling NORTH proceeding Thro the Kye CoqcjpJMiy1 Marcft A Qroup of Singers V v At The Opera Hou Mt i i ages tor injuries received by falling through a trestle in the Shire Oaks was awarded a verdict of March Wagnor gave local fandom a Jolt by announc ing that he would not wear a Pirate uniform this Hans Is hold ing out for more He simply says he wants to get out of the game and will not March The the barn on the farm of Hishop Abram Horr at West Wil through which a loss of was has developed what Is believed to be a conspiracy against the Meunoiiite clergy and other mem bers of that faith in Lancaster March general manager of the Man ufacturers Light nnd Heat company in the EconomyAmbridgo was held for court under bail on a charge following tho death March 1 of Georgo Campbell of Anibridge from burns sustained in an explosion of gas in the cellar of her March u clump of bushes the body of a man was found by a watchman of bo Standard Boiler A with one chum i ber was beside the wliioJi lhad lain there for Chief of Po 1 lice Bruder believes the body Is that of James Harris of who I disappeared from that place leaving a note Baying that he would commit March Cof fln of Asbury a student at Leblgh was drowned in the Delaware In company with two Lafayette college students Coffin was canoeing and while shooting the Weygat rapids stood up to save his clothes from getting The canoe upset and the three went Coffin sank whije the otters managed to reach American At the foreign office it was said The decision of the American govern ment to send the fleet on a tour ot the world should finally silence all war It Is a guarantee of the peace of the Military and naval officers are ImouB In pronouncing the proposed tour as one of the greatest achieve ments of March naval critics are commenting upon the won derful feat of seamanship displayed In the voyage of the American battleship fleet and its arrival at Mag dnlniiH bay four days ahead of schedule without a ship being dls They consider it proof ot celleut material as well as of person The newspaper specialists on na val affairs say that these perform ances are certain to place the Ameri can navy on a high level In the worlds opinion and that they are likely to add to the eaprlt de for which Ha personnel long has been Ray Civil Engineer and Sur Office with a Providence was each steam er was advised of the others When they came together the flre still in progress on the but the passengers had been told of the coming relief and were quietly waiting to be transferred to the other The sea was calm and the transfer was made quickly and with little As soon as they had been freed of the care of the passengers the crew the Providence gave their whole at tention to flghtlng the flre and the flames were quickly PRESIDENT Bacon of Georgia Complaint pf Executive March Ba con ofGeorgia in the senate spoke of executive encroachments qjS the legis lative power of the government and read freely from newspaper reports to show that legislation is being mapped out lii the white house at conferences at which congressmen are not even The bill providing for the thlpment of material intended for the Panama canal In American ihips was passed by the Senator Sim of Carolina spoke in favor M ocean mall shipping Carrying the largest appropriation Im all its postofflce appropriation bill passed the houM having been under discussion fourteen This U more than was reported by the Chairman when the read Ing of the bill had been waged a vigorous fight on the proposi tion to Increase the pay of letter car which was voted into the Dill last but that action 130 to The closing debate on the bill dwelt mainly on the rural delivery the only amendment to get through being one Increasing by Uie appropriation Teacher Fasts 31 Long March Etta Prlscilla a school teacher of now has fasted for thirtyone thintes that she will able to continue her fast Ing for at least a weekand possibly two weeks Miss Grove retains her strength surprisingly but does not now walk along the beach In the sun when she takes her daljy fhre mile but seeks tne shady Miss Grove admits that she now be comes tired quicker than shedid at the early part of her Where the fineft crusTs or puddings are required is Pirne 0ftt their hall Thureday March 1 Evervbody Invited tfe sorae and haye a good a Powder 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