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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING ESTABLISHED FOR POOR LO Pale Face Squaw Brings Com plaint of Crow Troubles to White Father Woman Describes Their Wrongs and Makes Charges Against Secretary Garfield SENATORCARTERJS BROUGHT IN tharge Indirectly Made That He Pas tures Sheep on Reservation and Pays For But Indians Subjected to Brutality and April Helen Pierce the newspaper arrested last summer because of pro tests of Crow Indians against the man ner In which the government agents managed the Crow In Mon resumed statement before senate Committee on Indian af fairs charged that to keep from the Indians were compelled W eat the meat of diseased cattle and sheep that they wure freauently thrown into Jail without cause and kept at the mercy of the agents that the children of the reservation school were She stated postive lythat all of these things must have been done with the knowledge ol some of the officials at This Is the of Year Everybody Kitchen Cabinets Another large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE 1 1 Thai some of the members of the committee were impressed by tho charges was evident from the cross It la not unlikely that an investigation will be Grey read from a prepared It developed that she had made this at the suggestion of Senator Owen and that she had conferred with Senator Teller concerning the Secretary Garfleld During her testimony Secretary who is Involved in her sweep ing was Grey was describing her experiences and in telling of the six times she was ar rested and of the attempt on the part of Indian Agent Reynolds to trump up a charge of Insanity against her said that Garfield when in told the police that she was a dangerous blackmailer and adventur That statement Is without any foundation declared Grey responded that the chief of police would testify to the Grey said that Gaffleld was In Billings near the Crow reservation while many of the Indignities against her had been committed and could not have been Ignorant of what was going She said that Indians were con stantly mistreated and that when they were thrown into jail that act consti tuted the whole legal procedure that no charges were brought and the time of Incarceration depended upon the will of the Indian In her own she declared that charges were brought her on the sixth Agents Strange Previous to rial proceeding she was niBht antl that ended theTMter On one occasion she said j sent Reynolds had threatened to incarcerate her with an but that the feeling was such that he had not dared to carry his Grey said it was current re port that Senator Carter was part own er of Charlie Bears She had testified previously that through Influence wltajthe had pastured APKIL TO SAIL FOB flll 2 CI3NTS PER Evelvn Thaw So d tv Contemplate From Ghre of While Way V r I Ud Grey said tfiat while former secretary to was Investigating the conditions on the reservation he had been told at one of the Indian councils at Gordon that the Indians knew they were eating lumpyjaw cattle and sheep that had died of but that it was either eat Grey broke down In reciting the alleged wrongs perpetrated upon the Indians with a voice trem bling with she almost sobbed Sheep that die by disease is what the Indians The white man gets their lands and the live Complaint Worse Than Grey said that the Indians wera helpless that if they protested they were thrown into She said she could not see how senators can havo this thing put up to them and pass H She declared that protests to the Indian officers had been made with out number and that Invariably they had resulted In bringing punishment upon the owing to tho fact that complaints were always sent bach to the at whose mercy the In dians Grey told of one instance in which she said she was decoyed to a where plans had been made to arrest but that she saw the pur pose and there wrote a telegram to President Roosevelt stating tnat she while paying for Why do you not investigate this matter before bringing such charges against Senator Carter asked Sena tor How far would you have me go demanded I was arrested slxtimes for making to send It developed the telegram was Diil you at the same time sew telegrams to a number of newspapers asking I hem if they did not want sen sational articles about your arrest askert Senator How did yon know about those tel etrams demanded f Wai1 Paper Cleaner Climax 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Lojk Like New Now is the Time G F KAMERERS Bessemer liecoldAIRUS 238 Main Ceen From Ho tel Dining Row Escort But Msnager Firhily Reiterates His Statement to that Now April 3Evolyn Nesblt Thaw will sail todfttf for lie ording to an annbufltceinont made at he Hotel whore sho has been living sinceshe gave up lior home In Park Hor arrange ments for the voyage were made sud lenly after a publjfeaitlon of a report hat she and Thomas were asked o leave the ftotel Knickerbocker din ng room by Ivranagef It It la to remain In until after her suit for the annulment of her mar riage to Harry Thaw has been dis posed It cotriesup for a prelim nary hearing next Friends sho consulted following bubllcatlon of tlw Knickerbocker story are said to havo advised the course that it is asserted she will her report of a determination to go abroad may be a ruse to hide In another The famous of Evelyn and Thomas were brought forward again to explain the hotel Incident and the blame for the affair was once more laid on these oftmentioned but never found Manager Regan la firm in his He sayn thai Evelyn and whose financial troubles have attracted so much at entered the dining room about the time aftertlJeater guests were ar Evelyn was at once recognized by many of the At once Regan called the couple aside and told Thomas that they would liave to leave and asked him to in form Evelyn her patronage was not The couple left Immediately and so diplomatically was the eject ment engineered that no one in the place was the wiser for Kvelyn had denied the episode to re porters before Manager Regan gave tie GROVE CITY That Mercer County Town Fur nishes Hero in Wreck on Burlington Railroad S LEG OFF PARIS CLOAK BOUSE Store of Exclusive Invites Attention to Their Tailored Skirts and Spring Coats Our line is complete from the most Houses in America Our Waist Display will interest you in foreign and domestic styles in white lace and1 LINGERIE SILK DRESSES and DEMI COSTUMES 7O8 State Glared that she had never been In the but admitted being with Thomas Tuesday If these stories about me and Thomas she Ill go over to Sixth avenue and stand on my head to give the papers something truthful to la nut 3s ife replied said those tele grams were stolen from my handbag when I was That is one of the things I want I want to know what you know about i Senator Dlxons colleagues laughed i heartily over the turning of the tableK j and he said that it was stated in the press that sucli messages had been by They were no said the and were not intended to be Tlitsy were writ 1 ten as bluffs und intended to fall into other hands in order to prevent my A statement was made by secretary of the Indian RighU in corroboration to a largs extent of Greys EVELYN THAWS LATEST of the International Paper company of New York and other corporations supposed to be engaged In an effort to create a monopoly In print In a statement Cannon said if tho claims of the publishers are correct the manufacturers of paper are sub ject to penalty and the trust can be dissolved in the United States The legislative session of the senate was largely occupied by discussion without passage of a bill to reorgan ize the public school system of the District of Columbia by placing it un der the control of a director appoint ed by the national commissioner of education superseding the control by a board of education composed of citi zens of the The Bacon amend ment for settling the accounts of own ers of cotton Belzed by the govern ment during Hie Civil war amounting to was considered but with out The senate adjourned un til NEWS IN BRIEF I April caused a j loss of to J Koblitz and the Buckeye Fish Doerj a Civil war veteran and fori mer treasurer of Schuylkill is j dead j April Assemblyman j Henry age is dead of pneumonia at liis home on the j j April shot and Killed Peter nineteen years and would have Stilled Dan iel the same had he not Bast April ity will be the defense of Charles charged with the murder of Lemuel according to At torney HolliR who has been given charge of the April Samuel the theatrical who owns theaters in many of the larger has extended his interests to At lantic where he has acquired two the Savoy and the April five yearold daughter of John Hackenj burg was shot and killed at their home In Portland Mills by her who was cleaning a Coroner Sharp found lie shooting was accl all being In dire Min ers of the Now Salisbury district hnvo started a fund to defray the expenses of the April his neck on a rail In of a n welldressed man who has not bedn Identified sought The mans head was cut off and carried upright on the pilot for several a ghast ly There was nothing found on the body by which the man could April Broadway Savings bank has been closed be cause of a ran made on It by deposit The bank Is a creditor of who filed a petition In bank ruptcy for nearly half a million dol Deposits of the closed bank amount to and the assets of the institution will pay dollar for It is April years of gamblers in cluding several roulette wheels and bushels of poker taken in raids on gambling resorts in this will be publicly burned on the street In front of the city hall today by order of retiring Mayor The prop erty to be destroyed has a commercial value of sevenilthousand Grove Pastor Performs Bloody Task in Effort to Save Wreck Victims Life April hun dred more mill men are expected to be employed here when a new Inde pendent sheet mill is completed and additions made to the American Sheet and Tin plate companys Pittsburg capital is back of the indi pondont which will be erected within a few blocks of the presort plant of the American Sheet and Tin plate property April Democratic state executive committee of West Virginia has decided to hold the state nominating convention at Charleston on July The conven tion to select delegates to the national Democratic convention at Denver will be held In Wheeling on May After I an acrimonious debate of three hours a resolution Indorsing Bryan was adopted by a vote of Ashtabula April After struggling witha heavy sea and risking his life in a jump from a tug to the Captain Whitney reached two men he had hoped to res but found them The those of were taken off the breakwater after much but have not yet been Strand ed on the the men bad perished of exposure in the high seas which had beaten over the barricade all April men three In a collision at Spanish fifteen miles north of between a freight and Burlington passenger The seri ously injured are leg cut off Led and McKittrlck was pinioned under the wreckage by his left which was nearly crushed off at the Scald Ing steam from the damaged jSassen ger loconlotive was enveloping him khd to save McKlttrlcks life the Allen of Grove cut off the leg with a With the scalding steam pouring upon McKittrlck pulled out his knife handing it to the who with others was trying to drag the pinioned man loose from the commanded the minister to cut off the crushed leg and save him being scalded to Emma a trained nurse from a pressed a bottle of whisky to McKlttrlcks lipa and told him to Ill take a lit tle of said I havent touched a drop of the Stuff five Thesteam from the en gine increased In Cut off that I cant stay here and shouted Heroically the Allen began cutting at the The knife was dull and McKittrick suffered intense Throw it away and get an he finally But Allen desperately and in a few minutes had severed the tendons and was into a the mad a tourni her veiland stanched this of then gave McKittrick phine and stryohnina tbeaae tho and stimulate heart Later he was brought to a Louis where he succumbed to tils Allen is a Covenanter sixty yenrs of He was on hii way to Good basket Friday Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts promptly yet gently on the through which the cold forced out of the and at the same time It allays Sold by Harry ITS IN THE BLOODS Great ECZEMA REMEDY will Care You Ask lor froe Illustrated tiuta av Bessemer Carrying a total of the agricultural appropriation bill was passed by the It had been un der discussion for nine days and from the time its consideration began until the very end its provisions were at tacked at every with the result that it underwent many Just before its passage Scott of chairman of the agricultural commit made an unsuccessful fight to aave stricken out the amendment con siderably Increasing the appropriation for soil A flurry was created by Harrison of New a characterizing as Social istic the bill of Minority Leader Wil liams providing for the utilization of the treasury surplus in the Improve ment of roads in the several With the agricultural bill out of tho way the Democrats and Republicans locked horns on all subsequent busl with tho result that one of the most vigorous filibusters ever conduct ed In the house was entered Ma jority Leader Payne threw down the gauntlet to the Democrats and notified them that tho Republicans did not pro pose to accept their dictation as to what the program of legislation should Minority Leader Williams accept ed tho whereupon the Dem ocrats resorted to every obstructive tactic known to parliamentary law on every proposition that Oftnie UP for con It was before the house Speaker Cannon Introduced in the house resolutions directing the attor ney general and the secretary of corn merce and labor to Infprnj the house what steps have been taken by those departments to investigate the actions Oil April a se vere electrical lightning struck the house of George tearing ti hole in the Thomas Platt and Claude who were in a house two squares were se verely April warrant has been issued for the arrest of Edward an who is charged with beating his eightyyearold moth er with a An officer who went to serve the warrant found Zlnek in a critical April a day of fruitless debate the joint con ference of operators and miners of the Seventeenth district adjourned until today without having agreed upon a wage Subcommittees are in session and will report to the conven tion April walking on the tracks of the Wheeling and 131m Grove railroad company near East Wheeling Walter age twentynino Ima age sixteen and Will age were struck by a car and all received injuries which may prove April state department of fisheries has inaugural ed its annual field work in gathering the eggs of wild Large quantities of eggs of Susequehanni pike and pickerel will be co the estimate for this year he ing about April body o James coal mine machinist found dead on the will be ex humed to learn if murder com Dale left a wife and eigh CQNOMY 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