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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING MTABLIBftBD MARCH t CENTS Pit PATHETIC The Latest Story of the Anything toDownRoosevelt Press Bureau ROOSEVELT SAID HANG HIM Execution of Dying Consumptive Causes Indignation at March Agreeing with that member of the Italian parlia ment who denounced the hanging ot Joseph Paoluccl on March when ha was In the last stagos of consump as an act of Repre sentative Scott of Kansas has Intro duced a bill abolishing hanging In the District of Scott is a Re publican and chairman of the commit tee of therefore cannot be taken as a partisan effort to cost a reflection upon President Roose who refused to commute the sen tence nt the suggestion of the Italian Attorney General Bonaparte at the last cabinet meeting before the hang ing brought up the subject of commu tation for The president in quired what crime he had When told he had killed his sweetheart the president Hang Whet told that th man was nearly dead with the president re fused to change his saying that the killing of women by their socalled sweethearts was becoming too com mon and the need of an example in Washington was very Paoluccl was so weak he had to he led to the His body was so light that his neck was not broken and he lived for thirtyone minutes after the trap was This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signmentJust THE QIBSOH FURNITURE THE M TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF March Wheat age of died on a Dig Four passenger train Here while en route to March Taft in an Interview here declared he will order double time at the Frank ford arsenal to supply needs of the war March National Cash Register which has been shut down for more than a resumed operations Three thousand persons are Bucyrus March A hesry storm which passed aver the southern part of this county blew down the greater part ot the new school build Ing at New Winchester and a part of the new United Brethren New March he spoke disrespectfully of the Black Hand society while In a saloon David Elliott was followed outside by four Italians and perhaps fatally Elliott Is a wellknown con March Patrick the aged Tiffin who was shot while attempting to ar rest two burglars and who was brought to this city an operation in the hope of saving his died at the March city and county were visited by a heavy wind Much slock was killed by fly Ing At Carthagena the large Catholic church was stee ple blown off and the Interior badly March Ches ley of was found dead along Squaw creek with a bullet wound In his A letter from his home was In a pocket along with seven cents and a box of Foul play Is March for the fact that William Huffman of Con nersburg chanced to rise at 4 oclock In the the entire family would have been burned to He discovered the lower part of the home In flames and the family escaped in night The origin of the fire IB a March body of an Italian supposed to huve been Sal valore Quell Van found in an alley The man evidently had been mur as there were a score of sti letto wounds upon the face and Blood stains were found upon the bed Guell had occupied in his boarding house near About twenty arrest have been March from a defective flue fired the home of Joseph In Paxton town Neighbors alarmed the family who rushed forgetting a babe In a A fourteenyearold laugh remembering the dnnhoc through the flames and carried ant cradle and baby She just reachec the door when the root March un usual request reached the coroners offce Coteman of Gallit asking for the too of his little The boy was killed a few days ago In the Greensburg tun nel by a Pennsylvania One foot was cut off and carried into the Broad street station here on the pilot of the locomotive before discovered The foot will be M M M Wall paper Cleaner Climax I0c3for 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New Now is the Time KAMERERS Bessemer RecordArgus 288 Main PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive ISJMTIVE Two New York Anarchists Man glcd in Attempt to Kill Hated Policemen ONE THE OTHER DYING Cemonstratlon by Unemployed Work men In New York Made Setting for Desperate Attempt of Embittered Man to Take Vengeance for New March by the refusal of the police to allow a demonstration of the to witness which persons had gatb lu Union Sellj Silver an hurled a bomb at Captain Miles OReilly and twentyfive of his A terrible explosion fol lowed that shook every building on the square and knocked down scores of But Instead of killing the police the bomb exploded just as it was leaving Sllverstelns killed on9 of his comrades whq was stand ing near him and the same time took OK the throwers right blew out his nearly blew off his left leg and injured him The man killed outright was IgnaU a tullor of 288 Third ave New Sllversteln has also been known as Conn und Sllverstelu was dying of galloping consumption and could have lived only a few Instead of he had been reading all the Anarchistic literature he could get hold of and was so rabid In his beliefs that his uncle of Brooklyn ordered him out ot his house six months Says Police Persecuted Sellg dying In the hos said I threw the bomb be cause I wanted to kill all the police I I do not regret the but I am sorry I didnt succeed in killing some of They have always treat ed me brutally they have never given me or any of my associates a fair even when we were peace They have been persecuting me pretty nearly all the time since 1 came from four years to get leaving my and two chil dren For a moment after the explosion everyone around It stood stock still except those who were bowled over by the Hying pieces of metal or the Impact of the Then the po 200 of upon Union A score of mounted men rode their horses right at the swinging right and left with their The foot patrolmen drew their clubs and sailed hitting every head la Within three minutes there were at least 50 persons on the ground or crawling away In the vicinity ol Union square and hundreds of others were running in every hold Ing their hands to bleeding heads or smarting Police Behave Like The bulk of the rush was south in Broadway and west in Flf teenth and Sixteenth streets toward Fifth The crowd running down pursued by police filled the street from building to building Hundreds ran south in Jrvlng place in the direction of Four teenth street and half a dozen mount ed policemen took after them at a full About a hundred of the fugitives dodged into the lobby of the Academy of Three of the mounted policemen rode right up th steps and Into the theater lobby aftei the They guided their horses In such a way that the fleeing men were driven out into the street where other policemen were None of these escaped the police clubs or the CHESTER hoofs of the Robert the noted sociolo declared that he was not only present at the demonstration in Union square but that had opportunity of fered he would have addressed the crowd In defiance of police prohlbl Uon and so brought about a test In the courts of the right ot free Wished to Test the It had been advertised that Hunter would address the but lu the excitement that the action of the police on driving the crowds from the square he was lost sight Hunters position in the whole matter was set forth in a state ment over his signature given to the Associated The writer deplores the outrage qf the bomb and refers to its author as a fanatic who has in jured the cause of the Hunter says until he arrived at the square he was Ignorant of the fact that speechmaklBg had been for tie learned this of the police and then determined to speak in order that the right of peaceful assembly and free speech might be tested In the He adds that he had no chance to be for presently the police charged the crowd with incred ible Hunter describes his own escape from under a horses tells how he was dragged by officers from the steps of a building from which he had hoped to speak and what was Intended as a peaceful assembly tn furtherance of aid for the unemployed was broken up with a scene that he thought could not be duplicated outside of Penrose Improving March condl tion of United States Senator Pen who Is 111 at his home con tlnues favorable and his recovery U now hoped Troops Arrive at Treadweil March pany Tenth has arrived a Treadweil on the army steamer Peter with orders from General Bush of Vancouver barracks to aid the loca The arrival of the troopi was There is no dlsordc A number of arrests of miner for carrying concealed weapons havi been A peace committee of thi union Is keeping a strict patrol of th town anil there is little If any drunk Indiana Convention March Indiana Republican state convention will be held in Tomllnson hall on Wednesday and Thursday to adopt a select four delegatesat large to the national convention anc nominate a state The conven tlon will Instruct the thirty Indian j national delegates to cast their vote I for Pesident Charles Warren Fairbanks for the presidential nom Fairbanks will not be here Bull Kills Man of Oil March Me age who made hid horn with his half Edward Me Laughlin of about twenty mile south of Oil was attacked by The bellowing of the animal an the cries of his aged victim brough farmhands to the rescue but not untl fatal Injuries had been th man dying an he was being carried t the Invites Attention to Their Ladies Tailored Skirts and Spring Coats Our line is complete from the most uptodate Houses in America Our Waist Display will interest you in foreign and domestic styles in white lace and LINGERIE SILK DRESSES and DEMI COSTUMES 7O8 State Drown in Swollen March mer County Commissioner Leroy Bob Inson and Philip a farme were drowned iu swollen streams nna here late Farenbacb a tempted to ford Smuuoy creek wit his horse and buggy and was woshe down the Robinson was backe into Incoming creek1 by the hone h was March gift by Andrew Carnegie to Hiram co lege was announced at a receptio given to Minor Lee the ne president of the The gift made under the condition that additional be raised by the Institution March Unite States cruiser while backli out from her dock at the League 1 land navy yard preparatory to aailln for went agroun In thirteen feet of water in the Del ware A high wind is believed have been FOri GiUflTE lovernor Hughes Finally Reiuses to Intervene in Behalf of Grace Browns Slayer IDDLES PLEAS OF RELATIVES GOOD MAN Mine Workers of America Lose Good John Today Ixecutlve Asserts That Conclusive Evidence Shows Brutal Murder Was Committed and That Judgment Was Prepares for the March Hughes last night announced that he ad denied the application for a re Hove for Chester who Is to e executed at Auburn prison for the murder of his Grace of South Chenango at Big Moose lake In the Adi ondacks on July The gov rnor dismisses the theory based on he alleged new evidence presentee by ohn Dugan of who ap peared for the Gillette family before he as wholly and declares that It reason Is to be iur guide and all the estpbllsbed tacts are taken into there is no escape from the conclusion that a rutal murder was committed and hat the conviction was The governor says A portion of he alleged newly discovered evidence a to the effect that Gillette had torn he ribbon band from his straw hat in and had given It to his The object Is to rebut any Inference from the absence ot the nterlor lining of the prisoners hat when the latter was found floating on Big Moose lake that It had been taken out to avoid This how Is of no By his con duct both before and after the fatal event it is conclusively established he did seek to avoid identifier and the question whether or not le removed the lining of his hat tor hat purpose is not of much The other evidence before so far as It Is at all Is to the effect that Grace Brown during the year preceding her death had spasms or spells from time to time In which she became These are described by those who knew her In he factory at It is evident that the facts as to the physical condition of Grace Brown and as to theso alleged assuming the truth of the present were easily and that any Inferences to be drawn therefrom have at all times been Theory Wholly The theory of the defense at the trial was that Grace Bruwii committed The theory now advanced Is that Grace Brown was an epileptic ubject and that If she had an epilep tic seizure In the boat on the fatal day and if during the attack she sus tained the various Injuries found and fell into the water the condition of her body as disclosed by the autopsy might be accounted But this theory is wholly untcn It is conclusively disposed of by the conduct and test mony of Chester Gillette If It be assumed that there was such n seizure and fall as might be deenw to account for the condition of the It Is inconceivable that they should have escaped the observation of the and If he had observed anything ot tho sort it is inconcelv able that be should have made the statements and have given the test mony which appear In the record ot the If reason la to be our guide and all the established facts are taken Into there Is no escape from the conclusion that a brutal murder was committed and that the convic tion was After examining the evidence now presented I find nothing in it which In any way can refute this conclusion or which furnishes any justification for executive March Furbee has bloodhounds on the trail of four robbers who looted the general store of Jones at Glo vers gap and an armed posse Is in The are supposed to be heavily armed and a desperati fight Is Part of the loot was found In an old but tin robbers escaped with most of thi Including a large sum of money March under a uuspended sentence of five years in the am four others confined In the county Jai escaped and are being pursued by off cers with Taylor had been convicted of malicious shooting The other prisoners who escaped were Pete charged with rour der Mike u witness In th caso Martin charged with as and Song and Dance Murphy March General Critchneld has Issued orders for un Inspection of the several com of the Third regiment at th following plages April 6j COT April 7 April 8 April 9 April TRIPLE MURDER UNEARTHED Italians Supposed to Have Been Slain for Their Money March A triple murder came to light at Mil lers Station on the Panhandle rail road in Jefferson when the bodies of Angelo and Tony Salveattre and Bernardo Dagannon were each with a bullet In his The Salvestlre brothers were found In a shanty which they and Da gannon half a mile where ha had died as he tried to climb a The men were section hands with Rockey lived in the Rockey disappeared and are searching for The object of1 the murder was evidently as the men were known to have a large amount of March escaping with the booty ot his to commit which he said he was prompted by lack of John age was shot and probably fatally by a policeman In the southern sectien of the In a statement to his wid owed mother the young man said Is what I got for trying to help I katew we had no money and that we would be put out of our house If we not get I got and decided to Truth In a Few Going to law is losing a cow for the sake of a JOHN MITCHELL RETIRES Tomorrow Thomas Lewis President of March ten years leadership of the United Mine Workers of America John Mitchell tomorrow will retire from the head of that organization and will be succeeded by Thomas ot After Tuesday Mitchell wilt devote his time to regaining his which has given away under the strain of While Mitchell has been offered many positions of he will undertake np work until his health U Is re ported that President Roosevelt has offered him a mission to Panama and that the National Civic federation wants to place him at the head of a bureau to promote the use of trade He has also been offered positions of importance with corre spondence insurance compa banks and but he will make no decision for several because of his ill The present mining contracts la all of the soft coal fields of the country will expire with the presidency of John Central Is the only district that has a new contract under which the can continue at work April The Indica tions are that in nearly all other fields the mines will close tomorrow night not to open for several aM IB some fields for several Power of Filthy Ready money works great Danish Fred New Leader of the 400 manager for the 400 practical ly covers the responsibility ot Frederick Townsend upon whose shoulders the mantle of the late Ward McAllister has fallen as the new ruler in The job Isnt what it used to McAllister was Uie only real slmon pure ruler the 400 has ever ac For a time the antics of Harry Lehr were and some of hla innovations became temporary His best amounted to little more than buf the new has ar ranged several rather elaborate en tertainments this In one Howard Okrald IB more James MM tii created a mild sensation by appear ing as Salmabo with a live ffthot colled about her In still another Kyrle Bellew and ap McAllister WM exclusive and aato cratlc IB the Martin to aiece He has displayed a tact In bringing talent and society to gether on at least speaking And he 400 enjoys the novelty of H Martin ls independently Heretofore his chief claim to tion was his being a brotherinlaw el who gave a tell several yearn ago which DMMM tbev talk of two In New York he resides the Usually he the winter at Palm He Is a member ol the leading New York clubt and ol tkp Marlborough club ot DBPABTM New Wall and Leather fer There gathered here an excellent collection of merchandise In these both of foreign and domestic Among them are some good re i productions taken from the best examples of Interesting ancient art as well as modern The newest Ideas I Plain Papers with a depth of color really re markuble old hand block Chintz effects with to match beautiful foreign I friezes in Hlmnd Kydd The scene SOlneh frieze in oil unusually pretty and ieKlliil iinotlier friece entitled Ooach 1 lute in English coaching scene to til and harmonious with floral Complete showing of crown UaiheiH and grasH Wall 25o to f per fefl i Japanese tfltt HcCreery and Street at   

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