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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED 2 CENTS PER This Is the Time of Year Everybody Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON PURNITUKE THE B1Q GIRL A HOMAN SACRIFICE Days of Druids and Aztecs Re called by Horrible Event near Allentozvn April B B fire place screens flow that firea will soon be out for the you will want to conceal the unsightly fire You can do it tastefully for very little ac cording to your Fire Place 35c to Japanese Fire Place Screens own that we bring over in and cheap on our low import Draught including many highly artistic to They say we have the largest variety of Screens in all Pitts Wftrft certain we sell tiem at less Bilk Embroidered Satin Fire Screens of a special type and that gen erally sell Ten Different BOG3S NORTH Little Girl Slain by Man During Fit of Religious April report of a horrible murder by a religious fanatic In the borough of near has roached this Coun cilman Henry Smiths little daughter waa killed by tbe formers brotherin Robert of while on a visit at the Bachman At the time of the killing Bach man was In a during which he drove everybody except the little girl out of the Bachman was the head of a new praying and last week he got the Smiths They went to Bachmans house last prayed and hed services and then decided to remain until the spirit told them to Last under Bachmans In fighting the broke three kicked In the foot board of a bed and jumped on the smashing Meanwhile Bachman was In an adjoining room with the Smiths only May who would have been five years old When Smith entered that room she found her daughter dead on the floor and Bachman on his knees alongside In a religious The horrified mother snatched up the bleeding corpse of her child and ran shrieking from the Later the father and mother took the body to their eight miles The forehead and upper portions of the childs body were bruised and Bachman was His wife told the coroner that the child had been killed by God and that her hus band was Tbe belief is that Bachman in his frenzy unwittingly killed tho Smith and Bachman arebrawny cement mill Bachman is quoted as having said I needed a sacrifice and it was nec essary that the blood to be shed be pure and innocent as a The sect to which they belonged was a new one organized during the past winter and Uriown as the Holy Roll They were given to strenuous do ings In their religious TRISTATE NEWS JNBRIEF Further Details April mob is re April Mo Leod McDonald was here for the murder of Beanie the woman for whom he deserted his law ful wife in April nre which called the department to extinguish flames In ashed didnt bother four hens sitting on as many dozen The bens just kept on April The overturn Ing of a lantern by a horses kick in the Galllnger livery itable caused a fire loss of Fifteen buildings were destroyed and a half a dozen men were April the protests of Attorney who will defend Auber Judge Ores back of CIrclevllle set the case for May Anderson Is held for killing his sweetheart in April John Shauck has retired from the posl tion of chief justice of tho supreme court after a continuous service of three years in that division and has been succeeded by Judge Price April de stroyed a large barn on the Thaw farm In Mount Pleasant township neat where Contractor Slarl of Greensburg is grading for a coke Twentyfour horses were burned to April thou sand Odd Fellows paraded here In honor of the twentyfourth annual ses sion of tho Pennsylvania Odd Fel lows anniversary Dan vllle was chosen for the next annua April thugs sandbagged and nearly killed Miss Lilian Stewart just as she was about to enter her Miss Stewart was robbed of and a gold She is In a precarious The thugs stole a skiff and April scorch ing down street on a bicycle William Boggs swallowed a For sev eral hours the boy was very but after a doctor gave him an emetic the SENATOR n LOCKED DOORS NO BAR In Anxiety to Bar Out Admitted King of CULBERM OBJECTS butterfly passed from the and as it left the mouth flew officers at The convict i April Charles ported to have taken a convict from is April The First National bank after a care ful examination by the national bank has charged off The bulk of this is on nccount of loans made to Whitney Stephenson of Plttsburg and to several industrial concerns allied with them and now in the hands of The amount charged off represents the full amount of the surplus and undivided Boon for Poor A pair of carving shears has been age of this lay down on the tracks in Marsh wood railroad yards and permitted a loco motive to run over His body was cut In Before he died Nack said he wished the engine had severed his April the sixyearold daughter of Squire Coberly of was probably fatally burned by the explosion of a lamp in a room occupied by herself and her sister Coberly and her were also Brings Forth Harmonies Sweet to Republican Ears as Con vention Prelude LOCAL OPTION MUSIC MISLAID And Leading Musicians Do Not Seem to Know the Tune Well Enough to Render of Other Music Has Been April Ex Speaker Harry Walton will preside over the Republican state convention today and it will be distinctly a Knox at which the senator will be given a strong indorsement for the Republican presidential Colonel Wesley the state has completed the de tails and expects not only a large but harmonious convention in which many of state prominence will The platform will be a typical Republican indorsing the state national administrations and calling attention to the manner In which pledges have been kept by the There was some talk about tariff reform and localoption but no one could be found who would admit such Senator Pen rose will receive Superior Court Judge Porter will be Schaeffer of Chester making the am State Chairman Andrews will be re There will be chosen four four alternatesat large and two presidential electorsat The district presidential elect ors will be selected by the delegate from their home districts and the lis ratified by the No Contesting Delegations The Republican state committee me to arrange for the No con were reported on the roll of dele ates and it was given out that tU SHUfrffirres OUT But Death Enters and Lays Hand Upon Six New April bodies of six unknown supposed to be miners from were found In a room on the third floor of a Green wich street lodging The gas in the room was turned on and the coro ner stated that the men had been dead several Seventytwo Italians took quarters In the house Saturday to await pas sage to Europe and all but six of them had A porter smelled gas and tried the door of the room occupied by the six Unable to gain en the porter broke open the door and found the men lying on their The porter found that after the Ital ans had closed the door for the night hey had nailed It shut from the In Ide and had fastened the window evidently in fear of The gas jet Indicated that one of the men lad turned out the light but had not ully closed the The devised especially for those who find I April Annie A Fresh Fish Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BUTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Ot i Arlington Hotel the talunt of carving hard to The upper blade la a carving and the dented lower blade forms a The shears are easy to handle ind permit one to attack any part of the Eating cocoanutoustard Everybody sings praises of co coanutcustard pie If Its made Just right so as to melt In ones but a soggy pie will spoil the entire meal and Injure the It is now possible for everyone to have good pie as grocers are selling each package containing Just the proper Ingredients for two Varieties and 10 cents per rder the custard for cofloanutcus ard VERY tOW ONEWAY RATES PACIFIC COAST AND POINTS WEST VIA NICKEL PLATE Tickets dally to April Ask Uca Agent or A Store News KECK If you are interested in Carpets or Rugs now Is the time for you to come n and look over our Immense line of these We received additions this week to our showing of Spring Suits for la dles and We will also take pleasure in showing you more than snough of Spring Coats and Hall of daughter of the Arctic won her suit against her in the su preme the decision of the lower courts being reversed by that The suit grows out of the settlement of the estate of their April Richards overruled tho motion for a new trial in tho case of Milovan Do convicted of murder in the first degree for the murder of Policeman McDonald last Dodig was sentenced to be electrocuted on 12 at the state penitentiary April Kuth and Harry Kuhlman captured a set gull at Swift Run lake The hire was wounded and could not but it put up a stiff The fowl stands eighteen Inches in height and measures thirtysix inches from tip to Sucli birds were never known to be this fai Inland April fight be tween two boys resulted In the death of Edward age fourteen TORTURED TO Elkins Resolution to Exempt Rail roads From Commodity Claase Goes Over in Senate ELKINS COMMITTEE CRITICIZED Texai Senator Declares Measure For Bifceflt of Railroads Was Promptly Reported While One For Benefit of Shippers Has Been April The com modity clause of the railroad rate bill will go into effect May 1 unless a reso lution is passed suspending its opera Senator Culberson objected to the consideration of ft resolution giv ing such relief to the railroads and announced that he should continue to object until at least a program for the tlfe president In a speech In the house of Leake Attacks He Is so firmly convinced that hs alone can deliver the suffering that he proposes to perpetuate him self In office by Leake said In the course of his He has more than enough but he lacks what Is most needed In this new polsa and a respect for the few traditions that we The founders of the government were mis taken In their according to the Roosevelt The constitu tion Is a brokendown hobby and the supreme court decisions should be written on white house Denouncing the administration for Its failure to move sooner In the mat ter of forcing the sale of acres of land granted to the Oregon and California Railroad Leake declared that It certainly paid the Harrlman road to have Its pro prietor known as My dear Harrl man In the councils of the Repub lican What a political mlllenlum you would he If you could continue this combination of the poli cies of the reactionaries and the standpatters and their useful cam paign with the popularity of Theodore What a joy there Is In the It will perpetuate the Republican party In for It will a change In your emblem from an ele phant to a kind of a dog which barks and wags Its tall at the same so that no one IB to know which end to Horrible Fate of Number of The lot of the regicide when caughl s not usually a very enviable To be hanged is the least he can expect perpetual solitary Imprisonment is ar more dreadful It drove Bros the assassin of King Humbert o to and it transformed who murdered the empress o Into a hopeless imbecile Among tbe plotters implicated iu murder of the late shah of Persia one was tortured to death iu whll another was incased in wet piaster o which on settlug slowly crushed the life out of Three of the ns sasslns a previous shah were liollw alive n huge copper So late us the year 1831 tbe two who slew Count Capo the flrst president of were Immured within close brick walla built around them up to tbeir cblns supplied with salted but no until they who attempted the life of King Louis of was first barbarously tor tured and then torn to pieces by wild This punishment was carried out In one of tbe principal squares of Paris March who assassinated Houry of suf fered a similar The murderer of SelJm of Turkey publicly lingering five and a half days in dreadful Those who did to death his immediate Mustapha were tortured and starved on alternate days aud de prived of sleep by nigbt until death came to their EXPLOSION OF DUST this Caused Fire at roll would standState Chairman An drews in announcing this fact said The Republicans of Pennsylvania furnish an object lesson for the Re publicans of other states of the union An Ancient Suez II Is certain tbiil In undent tluios 11 ciuiiil coiuieitlm the MedlteiTuueiti and Red seas iliil Herodotus ns crlbus itn projection to Punruol 000 The lionor of Its completion In their loyalty to the principles of j 8 smue to by others the which is reflected in a unity j tQ now long this ana to used Wp do not know becoming finally choked up b It was restored by Trajan early In the second century Becoming again useless from the same I was reopened by the Caliph bu was finally closed by the unconquer able sands about in which Btate it has This an clent from Suez to the east branch of the was 9 miles from 108 to 160 feet wld and 15 of purpose which has gained for the Republicans of the Keystone state the admiration of political leaders wher ever the flag of civilization This unity of purpose is not the result of but has been occasioned by the intelligence of the who have discovered that prosperity and Republicanism are one and Insepar and therefore it is not surpris ing that those who have the best inter ests of the commonwealth at heart are found enrolled under the Republican Loyalty Should Be At the convention the Republicans of Pennsylvania will present to the Republicans of the nation a candidate for the presidency In the person of Philander Chase who fully measures up to the presidential office and in whose candidacy every Penn sylvania can feel a pardonable In the national conventions of the past It has been the custom to name a can didate to strengthen party lines in the which was Introduced by Senator Elkins and referred to the committee on Interstate had been reported but said that the carshortage bill had been be fore the committee two sessions and had not been acted that bill has bad more con sideration than any other measure be fore the replied El kins Thats just the trouble it has had nothing but responded Why dont you move to discharge the committee then if you dont like le way it is proceeding asked There will be time for and et me assure the senator that It will e done if action Is delayed much onger on this said Elkins said that only one side the controversy ovet the car short age had been which statement Culberson emphatically denied Klklns said that the car hortage bill had nothing to do with he commodity clause resolution ant that if the senator from Texas desired o object to the latter he should do so In a manly and open Personalities Headed Heard above calls for the regulai which demands were made as a means of heading off a dispute that was becoming heated and Culberson responded that he had objected as openly as he knew Ifthis resolution or some other measure for the same purpose is not passed before the railroads of the country will be subject to heavy fines for every carload of freight they haul in Interstate commerce which is owned or produced wholly or In part by the railroad carrying It applies particularly to coal but excepts lumber There are several resolutions on the same subject before the Representative Eugene Leake of Wash Suits and Shirt a Repairinq All Klndi of Furnlturt NO Saw Filing Fritz 168 Columbia 353 Bell MONEY TO UOAN AttorneyntUwi He was struck over and when he fell uncon scious the all Some hours later the body was found by a John fifteen years was charged with striking the fatal April Me a secondtermer at the pent the heart by his state from which the candidate was se ine uettrt uy UID signifying that uncertainty should be rewarded Instead of and I assume it occurs to you as it hour In the Interest of the df serving to take a departure from this policy in the dl rtction of emphasizing Penn gylvanla has stood like the rock of Gibraltar for Republicanism upon was released upon expiration every battlefield for near of a threeyear sentence for embezzle Jy a century and m recognition of having been sent up from Okla feaUy 8ne agkB at this time the honor homa at the age of seventysix Qf the nomination which She waa the oldest female prisoner in gfce jUBtly merlt8 for her devotion In the penitentiary and was received June the paBt to BUppiy the incentive She will return to her old to otners to imitate her glorious exam home near ple x fattn to believe that If Cleveland April trotting this thought is pressed home upon the champion Lou has delegates In the national convention foaled a fllly by John and maintained by those who repre J04V4 The youngster is without a sent the Republicans of Pennsylvania or mark and Is said to he In per IB that convention It cannot but re fect the gUK to the advantage of the owner of the Mid Lou Dillon Appreciating your responses to th not be trotted thU season and call for the meeting and there being probably never John McKer no further a motion to ad journ to OConnoll bad got a man off at on time for highway robbery and at an jther for but on a third oc for stealing a coasting tli ask of hoodwinking tho jury seemet oo great for even his powers of cajo he made out that th crime was committed on the high sea and obtained an The prison er lifted up his hands and eyes to heav en and May the Lord Jong to Argonaut April caused by the combustion of dust destroyed chipping and extracting depart ment of the Sharpless Dyewood Ex Tact companys plant injuring a score of them and entailing a loss esti mated at The explosion of the fine dust In the chipping which Is said to be the most disastrous that ever occurred In a dyewood blew off the root of the George assist ant was hurled by the explosion and was removed tov the hospital in a serious George was btown through the roof and perhaps fatally hurt and other workmen were tossed or Charles Pullman and Wilson were among those They carried from the building New Jersey Not For April Demo cratic state convention to elect dete gates to the national convention at Denver selected a delegation that Is except as to voting un der the unit A resolution to In struct the delegation In favor of Wil Bryan was voted For mer United States Senator James who Is an antiBryan was In full control of the Six More Delegates For Taft April dele gatesatlarge to the Republican na at Instruct ed to support William Taft for the nomination forthe were elected by the Republican state con New Jersey paid his compliments to Bloody Work by April Dis patches were read in parliament stat ing that the Kurds around a town of Persian had pil laged 36 villages and mausacred Thought He Was The Mau With the Ouu boastfully have been engaged to at least a dozen Miss Sweet Girl looking always been unlucky to eh 1 dont Ive never married any of Not Attractive Was It a case of love at flrst sight asked the seutlmentul It couldnt Miss have answered When they first met he was wearing football clothes and she bad on her motor car Washington The Sign of Is the proper formula tor a wedding announcement know what Is ought to SueWhat He Be 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