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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE RECORD ESTABLISHED APhiL CENTS PER STONE STAIE POLICE Strikers and Sympathizers at Ches Make Things Hot for the Troopers flANY INJURED ON BOTH SIDES Attempt of Strikebreakers to Take Places of Trolley Workers Precipi tates Which Increases When Mounted Police Arrive on the April strike of the motormen and olhor employes of the Chester Traction com followed by the Importation of about 160 strikebreakers and the sum moning of a detachment of the state constabulary to assist the local police In preventing any precipi tated a series of clashes between the and statepolice that threat ened to end The state po whom the strikers say wore not needed on the were stoned and mobbed by the strikers and several officers and civilians were none The events of the day have aroused the entire populace and the town is practically under martial With all the saloons closed and the street car barns and other prop erty of the traction company under First Car The trouble started when the strik with a lot of pre to stop the running of cars by The first car out of the barn was stoned and every win dow in it was This tied up line of cars In includ ing the southwestern trolley line to The strikers congregated This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built I More Convenient THE QIBSOM FURNITURE COnPdNY THE JTORC i Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike I Lake Erie White Fish j I i hjLTHOBEOYSTEBS AT THE KUNTZE FISH MARKET C I West Ot Arlington Hotel A DEAD ONE The Wall Street Currency Bill in Its Death Throes in Lower House of Congress near the trolley barns on Edgewood determined not to let the they wore sheltered in the operate any While the strikers held them selves In readiness to prevent the op eration of a detachment of twenty state in command of Captain came upon the Their appearance apparently aroused thn ire of the and the officers were stoned and rushed by the Lieutenant Charles Feuratein was struck In the back of the head and rendered but he was dangerously His comrades came to his rescue and the strikers and their friends were driven State Police Not The strikers declared therewas no necessity for calling the constabu lary and the local It was could cope with the The constabulary members showed a dis patch which authorized their presence and determined to preserve Sev eral times during the day the mounted men were compelled trf charge the crowds to drive them and there were but the worst disturbance came at night when the augmented by several thou sand men and charged the mounted state A number of shots were fired and a horse belong ing to Private Sullivan was shot from under him and Louis a was ridden down by one of the troopers and seriously To add to the excitement someone in an alarm of fire and the engines came clanging through the rrnwdnd streets driving the people right and The crowd hooted the constabu lary and declared that they would drive them out of The mounted men drove thoir horses Into the throng and arrested half a dozen firemen were Instructed to turn the water on the strikers and they were finally 1 The while Is be lieved to presage no great and an effort will ba made to arbitrate tho matter with the The was precipitated by the traction com pany announcing a 10 per cent reduc tion in for some time the trolley men say they have been sub ject to a lot of petty orders affecting them In their Revolutionary Mansion White Plains N April old Van Wort mansion at Youngs cor ners has been destroyed by The old the scene of a skirmish in the Revolutionary contained many Revolutionary relics and all of them were Girls Eoly in Xeb April body Of Llllift who disappeared from home in December of was found lv two girls while picking flowers In a ravine two miles from tha Olson April William one of the leading bareback riders in Cole died at Vincents hospital as the result of burns received in training quarters at Harbor a litlle town about four miles east of this Rol lins and her who is also con nected with the were washing their hair with gasoline in their An open fire Ignited Rol linsH hair and she was frightfully burned before employes of the circus oould smother the ALURICH BILL JOLTED At House Committee Hearing It a Single April Aldrlch financial bill as passed by the senate was handled without gloves by speak ers before the house committee on banking and which Is con sidering the With the excep tion of Charles president of the Hlggs National bank of this none of those who spoke favored tho passage at this time of an emergency The sentiment was almost unanimous that It a permanent finan cial bill cannot become a law now no attempt should be made to amend the present One of the sections most freely crit icized wus the LaFolletto amendment providing that no national banking association shall invest any part of its funds or deposits In the stocks or other securities of any corporation or any of the officers or di rectors of which are officers or di rectors of auch banking The claim was made that this would drive the most desirable men of a community out of the directorate of a An unset currency bill was favored by many of the speakers and the ap pointment of a commission to investi gate the whole subject and report to congress was generally Unlookedfor progress was made by the house In the consideration of the naval appropriation When It was laid aside for the day It had been half disposed of and the advocates of the four battleships preposition were aligning themselves in preparation for the fight on that Tho hopes of the officers of the navy and marine corps for an increase in pay were dashed to the ground on a point of order by Madden of there was stricken from the bill the provision for wuch On a sim ilar point by Mudd of Maryland an amendment by Bartholdt of prohibiting naval or marina bauds accepting private employment in competition with civilian was The brief session of the sen ate was devoted to the transaction of routine Athletes Hits Philadelphia kWMii as the groundkecrar rt ttf University of wnuk on by a 16pOiind at Franklin field and probiuiy finally Dan iel Luby of threw the hammer down the field toward who eiliiBi1 did not see the throw or losi ol the weight In Th heavy lion struck him on the side of the knocking him several He was picked up un conscious and removed to the hospi where it was found he was suffer ing from a severe To Take Testimony in New April Cohen of Pittsburg has been appointed by Justice Hendrick in the supreme court as commissioner to take the testimony of several Pittsburg witnesses In the suit for annulment of marriage which Evelyn Nesbit Thaw has instituted against Harry The wit mesies whose testimony Cohen will take are John Denniston Charles Francis Blngaman and John all of whom testified in the Thaw PARIS CLOAK BOUSE Store of Exclusive Theres a a house continues to in crease its business each successive we intend to continue the Our Coats and Suits Are worthy ot the critical consideration of every buyer who appreciates maximum the entire assortment is better and broader in scope than any we have ever offered to the ladies of An Early inspection is Requested 7O8 State TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF April Cum brla Steel company tips called Its employes back to April Weaver broltn out of jail hero by pry lug open door rvil a piece of Iron broken from a 1 oftlio clnleotlves In the employ of tin city In CM lr the iood 01 1 ii of i his u Oi an Id tit April am en i years a con IH doad nt his homo Dur ing tho Civil war he served in an Ohio April Frost Is said to be dying at the Boone from knife wounds alleged to have been Inflicted by Edward April age a prominent and wealthy of Is He was for many years In the milling April The Springfield police are working on the tneory that Salvatore fruit mer murdered was agent for a Black Hand society In April Eliza beth experimenting with a GJla monster at the University of Pennsyl vania was bittenon the which may have to bo ampu April Oli Senator Penroses lieutenant in Allegheny was badly defeated as a candidate for national delegate from the Thirtysecond congressional April Forest age twenty of Davis committed suicide in the high way about a mile from his home by He had met his sweetheart riding in a carriage with another April chil dren of Policeman Malloy narrowly escaped death by A can which was fell into u box of carpet and The children were found almost dead by the Kent April Both am of Kent Is probably the oldest Odd Fellow In the He joined Park Gage lodge at Eng April and tomorrow will celebrate his seventieth birthday as a member of the April Three workmen were Injured on the Guayandotte Valley line of the Chesa1 peake and Ohio railroad by the exploj slou of a cnn of Into which one of thorn struck a Joseph j Lewis and Thomas Swan may April a street fight Bernardo Gouetri was shot and almost Instantly Louis with his clothes covered with was According to bystand Gonetti stabbed whereupon Rossi drew his killing April Gilllgan and John the two young men arrested on the charge of tampering with the ballot boxes of the recent Republican primary in j were held to thegrand jury under The young men denied touching the ballot GOLDEN WEST Battleship Fleet Gets Royal Wel come and Thousands of Oranges FLEET AT SAtt UIEGO Callfornlans Greet Battleship With Lavish San April days for the American fleet be gan this afternoon when the sixteen battleships of the Atlantic squadron cast anchor In the waters of the Pa clflc off Coronado two miles from San Diego as the San Diego Is crowded with visitors and sightseers and nnver before In the history of the city Ims Uiere been such an elaborate decoration of streets and By day the broad thor oughfares nro a mass of waving the white and blun of the nation mingling with the yellow and white of Triumphal arches have been erected many street Intersec tions and immense signs that burn with the word Welcome are among the Governor Gillette of accompanied by his staff and a distin guished party of arrived in three special Governor Gillette arose from a sick bed In San Fran tlsco to come to extend official wel come of the Citizens will distribute or anges among the sailors as a of breakfast of The fleet will remain until Saturday morning at i when It will pro ceed to the port of Los Serious Charge Against April ing to advices from Kodlsk and Afog nak a teacher ID the schools on Afognak and superintendent of the government fish hatchery at are under charged with attack ins a fourteenyearold Russian age late of Company First New York volunteer discharged from the Notional Military home at fell from a train east of breaking his He was going to his Sarah In April Murray tied a rope around his neck and com mitted suicide by jumping from the stairway In Inmhurmanti quarters Black Murray uime from Fay ette Murray hud been robbed and this loss kept him from joining hlB Contractor near April sec ond floor at the plant oE the Crowell Publishing company gave allow ing several tons of mall and machines to drop Into the where all of the valuable presses are This caused the automatic fire sprin klers to start and the basement was Tim loss will be extremely April The severed bend of a corpse to of Michiip Soboda of i sub was washed ashore from the with left Bedford flve weeks ngo for Cleveland where he had engaged a ticket for llui old He never called for the ticket and the police surmise that he was CURBINGJHEJUDGES Frequent Interference In State Affairs to Be April con flicts between federal courts and state such as have arisen during the year In North Alabama and other the senate committee on the judiciary has reported a bill dlrtcllng the meth od of procedure In cases whore an ef fort Is made In tho federal courts to enjoin state officials from enforcing state The bill Is n compromise measures Introduced by Senators Over Bacon and the late Senator Bryan of Florida and was reported by It is intended not only to lessen the frequency of Injunctions In such to modify the proc prohibits any federal judge from granting such an but requires thai all applications for such orders shall be heard by al leust three federal two of whom shall be circuit while the third may ba either a circuit or a district It also requires at least five days notice to the state authorities and grants di rect appeal to the supreme court of the United FIGHT irPBOSPECT New York State Democratic Con vention Prepares to Squelch the Bryanites WHO WILL NOT TAMELY SUBMIT Although They Are Greatly Outnum Friends of the Hope Mention of His Name Will Stampede the HEARST STILL FIGHTS Count of Ballots In Mayoralty Contest Soon to New April selection of a jury to sit la the New York city mayoralty recount directed in quo war ranto proceedings instituted by Attor ney General Jackson was begun Justice Lambert In the supreme Attorney General Jackson appeared in person to represent the He was assisted by Clarence Shenrn and Charles William who contests the legality of Mayor McCIellans was represented by Melvin Palliser and while Bugene Lamb Rich former Justice Hasbrouck and Hwjry Herbert were present to lOOKarter Mayor MCCIellann Hearst has been contending for this recount ever since the election of and it has been opposed by Mayor McClellan in several legal con tests over preliminary There are ballot all of which may be opened and their con tents This task may keep the court busy for Mayor Me Clellans term expires in Preachers Body in New April body of a nan found In the Hudson river was identified as that of the Charles Elmer pastor of the Day Spring Presbyterian church of who has been missing since It Is not known In what man ner Allison met his I April B madras ginghams I5c Jretty fancy color stripe and check wovn reproductions of Scotch also neat Black and Color print ings on latter excep tionally pretty for lot will make Dreyses or Waists distinctive in tone far surpassing usual kinds at the like ami are as fine as most Madras Ginghams sold at a a 32 inches Best demonstration of the de sirability of Anderson Ginghams is the great quantities we are constantly importing to up They dominate the Wash Fabrics by their distinctive tine texture and handsome color combinations and 50c Coal for summer Try a loa1 of Filer Miller a 3tf Sore Those subject to sore throat find the following prcnaratlon cheap and highly efficacious when used in the early stage Pour a pint of boiling water on 30 leaves of tut1 common sage and let the Infusion stand for an hour add vinegar silt flcient to make It pleasantly anil honey to The mixture should i be used as a gargle twice u There s no danger If some of Is TalK of New York GoMip of and Told in Interesting Special purchase Whiic inches wide 25c as any one at all familiar with White Goods will a fine enough for any purpose it may be whether Dresset or other BOQQS NORTH Turkish Bath Luncheon Now the Latest A NUMBER of the smart set pulled off a stunt the other day that will make monkey dinners and Teddy bear Uas take to the tall It was a Turkish bath San key the wellknown started the fad by inviting 17 presi dents of the various womens clubs to come and bathe with The scene of the festival was the Hotel Prince Georgfe and there in kimo nos fair feminity held It was really a very exclusive as well novel for the uwellest ladles to the annual Autou called or each brought her to the Here they quickly donned and the Turkish bath luncheon was The first part of the entertain ment provided was the Swedish movement avoirdupois Elabor ate whose effuct was as of trotting and galloping whirl ing bicycles or rolling ships at was turned upon the unprotected fig ures of the Then after im mersing in tho tub for awhile they as sembled In the where a dainty luncheon was But before the fair danies were al lowed to eat they were severely lec tured on the antipathy of the Ameri can woman to a real The klmonoed gueats then sat around and talked of how to be attractive though After the chat the ladles retired to their dressingrooms and went to The event was voted the greatest success and it to New April The Demo cratic state which will open at Carnegie hall promises to be as interesting In its deliberations aa In He A two days session is planned and unless all signs fall time alloted will be required for the business In First and foremost there will be a fight in the Interest of the candidacy of William Jennings The Bryan men will in all probability lose and iin uninatructed delegation will be sent to the national convention at The defeat of the Bryan who will be In a Is quite likely to be accomplished in the committee on The con trolled by Tammany Leader Charles Murphy and Chairman Con Is expected to squelch anything proposed in the way of a minority re The report of the majority will probably criticize tho jjtepubllcan ad ministration and luvlte Democratic victory in but will avoid a mention of presidential candidates and resolve that an unlnstructed dele gation be sent to the national conven Any subsequent attempt to get the name of Bryan before the convention will be set Anticipating this Augustus the and others of the Bryan Democratic Progressive Issued a statement demanding the indorsement of Thomas has secured the proxy of as upstate delegate and will make a flgtt on the floor of the convention to the league statement adopted as reso The Tammany organization was tak en by surprise when Senator McCar ren supreme court tXTa pinniTigupon porary roll the McCarren delegates from It was too late f0r a counter court and when tba state committee met last evening the court order was The end of this Is not Tha antiMcCarren delegates from Brook lyn have already served notice that they will make an effort to have the court order A smart fight IK the committee on credentials is Inev itable not only In the case of Senator McCarrens but as well la the contested delegations of Patrick from Albany and Joan from Jefferson All three leaders have in many campaigns and they made It known clearly that any attempt to un seat their delegations would be stoutly There was a meeting of the Bryan league last night at which it was de cided to strongly support President There were also rumors of a bolt In the event that the convention refused to give any consideration to the move for These ru mors generally were nol taken seri Chairman Conners will call the convention to order and Temporary Chairman Thomas who will probably preside will make the principal address of the Brought related the old postmaster at Bacon times were getting rather dull around so we had a resort to some press agent tactics like you show The village editor put an In his paper that Hiram Brown would take city bparders at 5 a Great Bernhardtl gasped the the atrical You dont mean to say that Hiram kept his word Thats what he with reductions in large how could he board their at a dozen He didnt board Be Just took You Hiram Brown is the village A Pleasant So you enjoyed Venice answered It was kind of for a be robbed by a gondolier Instead hack Dont step bard on a struggling mor tal because bis grandfather once rob be8 a None of us can too far back la the family record wlta oat a shiver of cheater Wheeling Grocery April Joseph Spledel ule grocery   

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