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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY 4 i This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built I More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE 01Q liny cotton poplins Much in demand this season for Coat Suits and Table of all White Poplins just the right weight and line lustrous But the feature of the day and bead of the class is the col lection of plain White and solid color Mercerized Poplin at Light Olu Navy Blue and This say this very sold elsewhere at Be that as it it is beautiful material and the seems very low for Imported Novelty Cotton and Copenhagen and Navy Imported Mercerized Checks and and BOGGS BUHL NORTH Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Eric White Fish BALTIMOREOYSTERS TOM JOHNSON IS BUSY Not Altogether Clear Sailing for Clevelands Popular May or in State Convention 2 CENTS PER ALL HANDSJDN DECK Mayor Toms Command of Democratic Ship to Be May advance guard of delegates and candidates be gan to arrive last night for the Demo cratic state which will bo held tomorrow and Atleo Pomerene of a candidate for the nomination of was among the first His chief opponent Is Judson Harmon of attor ney general in President Clevelands It was given out that the followers of Mayor Johnson of Cleveland would make a contest on the question of nominating a candidate for United States control of the state central committee and the Former Governor James Campbell has tho support of Johnson for sena Ingalls of who has been mentioned as a candidate for I is said by his friends to be opposed to tho conventions nominat ing a The the party leaders will be TRISTATE IN BRIEF May caused the collapse of Lewis Steen rods livery two horses being May 1 Italian laborers were killed mid three seri ously injured by the caving lu of u sewer Mny of tho and Spanish wars are planning a memorial hull In honor of the countys soldier May Trehan Shinglcdecker of Coltsville was caught in a rapidly revolving wheel of a gas olinedriven churn and May rooster belonging to Wilson in mother Ing a brood of which had been descried by Ihilr maternal Now May Ital ian ambassador is moving in behalf of Rosiirio ago who Is Score or More Guests of New Aveline Hotel at Fort Wayne r sn scheduled to hang hero Thursday for j The missing SOME LEAP ffl PLAGES And Meet Death on While Kcmrrcd in by Are Eurned to Deth ind in the Fort lerst twelve persona Iior lives In a Urn which destroyed the New Avelne Hotel The entire Interior oi the building Is a smoldering heap of tuins UK how many dead arc concealed by the debris can only be Tin hotel register burned and llinro Is no accurate means of deter mining who is The knovn dead are New Fort Three unidentified One unidentified AND NOW HABEAS CORPUS Stanford Whites Murderer Seeks Freedom From Matteawan Insane Asylum THAW SEEKS LIBERTY raised under hfs He seized n round of the ladder and escaped Ballot of New York had a similar The flames worn In his room when he He groped his way through the smoke to a window and crawled out on the ledge and hung there edg ing away an inch at a time as tho flames curled from the He was just about to take a chance In a leap of four stories to the asphalt pavement beneath when a hand was thrust down to him from the roof of an adjoining building and he was pulled o A score of women employed In the hotel were In the upper rooms In the rear part of the Most of them escaped without some leaped to the During tho first oxciloment mimy were accounted dead that were later found to ho That there are several bodies still In the ruins is the belief of Fire nhicf Hllbrccht and Chief of Police Ancken Justlce Morschauser to Take Testi mony as to His Sanity May lic interest in tho case of Harry slayer of Stanford re vived today with Thaws endeavor by habeas corpus proceedings to obtain his release from The writ of habeas corpus is returnable before Justice Morschauser in the supremo court in this The writ was Is sued by Judge Morschauser at White Plains on April 22 on the application James an attorney of District Attorney Jerome of New York county will oppose the proceedings and try to prevent the dis charge of The first step In the court proceedings will be u motion by Jerome to have the trial trans ferred to New York If Je romo carries his point it will bo a de parture from tho usual MILUONS FADE Young and Describe Their Downfall STOLE OVER MILLION DOLLARS Flyer In Wheat With Joe Lelter Was First Up Their Thefts They Continued Attempts to Recoup May John Young and Henry former au ditor and paying teller of the Farmers National who looted the institu tion of started on their downward how they managed to cover up their defalcations and how the big shortage was discovered has at last been disclosedin Young and Keiber will be taken be fore the federal grand Jury today in connection with the starling of the May term of the United States district As both men have their indictment will be a mere for It is understood the program is for both men to plead The downfall of Young and Reiber Max Fort May Brooks i Now May George Frank eldest son of Thomas alias George j of Baxter of financier and president of the United was caught robbing telephones here E BAlty Gas Improvement died at his j anj He was remanded to charles residence age I Jail for Chief Anckonbruck placed his i sie by acting superlntend j estimate of dead yet in tho ruins us high as j Tho New Aveline hotel was a six J story building of stood in I the business center of the Its I erection was begun in but was I not completed as a fourstory building Thaw will bo brought to started from speculation In the Loiter toattfy that Thaw is not mentally fit to be given his Other insanity experts who have examined Thaw will wheat Young went In for 000 and Keiber furnished some All of this was The men then tried to recoup by speculating in United States it was another f MVUWli X TCia bo put on the stand by District story of getting in at the wrong time I nviiov Alay May George editor of the Kent has age president of just received from the govornincnt aj Jand Adamss died sudden check for on account of services v while sitting in his He was rendered during the Civil a veteran of the Civil Foster Fort Wayne A May soon as the j May burned Lyman Camp Sarah until several years In 1S9fi tho Unknown companion of Among the injured are ODon right broken bulldliiK was extensively remodeled ami the two top stories The hotel and its furnishings were valued at weather gets warm the members of I pastor of the African Metho the Ladies Physical Culture cliib plan to take long walks in the country wearing sandals but no May Hflg list Episcopal church in dropped dead in the pulpit while pre paring to deliver a May Clara ader of Ruffsdaio and John Jordan of j Carey age Alverton were run down at Hawk Eye widow of Edmund formerly of crossing and killed by the Unlontownj is dead The remains will be burled at her blrth i May fire destroyed the stores of Hornbeck Hick and Boiiham the restaurant express onjthp Pennsylvania DANGLER IN Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous For Greenville People to The great danger of kidney j of a blacksmith shop troubles Is that they get a flrrn hold and the telephone exchange before the sufferer recognizes j Health is gradually Backj May lame1 Fay is arrest on a urinary j beluga professional hip He diabetes and fell over a broom in a trolley dis Brights disease follow in merciless located his hip and CO from Dont neglect your kidi the Wheeling Traction Cure the kidneys with the cerj New Castle Pa May 4 Joseph tain and safe Doans Kidney I former head of the foreign which has cured people right j of the Lawrence Savings lere in was remanded to AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Oi Arlington Hotel syrup lets promptly yet gently on the which the cold is i out of the and at the time U allays I bjr Harrjr living at 16 Shejail under bond after a hearing nango says I on the charge of embezzling juffered off and on for several years j May Mag with kidney trouble and was unable gie taking advantage of o find anything that would help j ieftp sought by intrigue to cause There was a soreness In iny back j him to marry is the basis of de and sides nearly all the time that j fense In a breach of promise suit aused mo much Severe j brought by Miss Hewitt against Jo seph May Sarah a age of this met with a horrible death on her way up stairs with a lighted lamp she was seized with apoplexy and The lamp May of the late Hugh Montgomery have caused the arrest of Williamand George whom they accuse of having dug up Montgomerys burled which Is said to have had de posits of Bast May the funeral of the James a Presbyterian sev entyfive years was in progress here information was received of the death of his only the Benjamin of a retired age May record formerly held by Quentln Roosevelt of having taken antitoxin units was broken by the threeyear old son of Albert who has had administered within the last four days The child Is suffer ing from diphtheria and scarlet l May Wil the wellknown starting judge in the grand circuit Is in a criti cal condition at a hospital He DIES WITH HER CHILDREN Widow and Her Flock Perish In New York Tenement Now May An early morn Ing fire in n fourstory brick tenement at 17 Humboldt a thickly popu jumped three severely bruised Charles gash in contusion on head and leaped three stories back broken George cut and burned about face and arms Agnes Margaret Anna Nathan all burned burned John arms The complete destruction of the in terior of the hotel makes the work of recovering the bodies Some of the bodies taken out are mangled and charred beyond In fantry company D and Battery B of j ner stories were saved by jumping the national guard are aiding the fire lnto Iife Ilets torney Among the experts retained by Thaws attorney to testify as to his fnental condition are Charles superintendent of the Hudson River State and Charles Lane of No relative of Thaw has arrived Neither his wife nor his mother has visited him In two Dur ing the three months hehas been nt IViatteawan he has gained weighing now twenty Double Murder at lated section of caused the j May A double death of six persons and the serious injury of four Every member of one consisting of a mother and four are among the There were many thrilling rescues by police and and it was due to their brave work that the death list murder was committed in a foreign colony in South The vic tims are Ed Moldewan and Swlnchoff Eight Bulgarians are In custody pending George Poko who acted as interpreter for the is accused of the crime by his Ponl was found dead and police forces to clear away the The fire was discovered at in the elevator shaft by Night Clerk Ralph He rushed to the upper floors alarming the guests until the fire drove him His ef was not A half dozen or more ln a where he t wUh fmf traPIei menalld Moldewans body was found on a porch No intelligent story concerning the murders could be obtained by the Moldewan had just come from a Roumanian wed The dead are Dora Abrams and Anna and Charles Abrams and Jennie The injured are Mary Amelia Hirschborn and Fannie who sustained severe and Anna who suf ding celebration when he met his saved many Tho a broken shoulder from jumping hotel was erected half a century ago j from a window into a life leadachos and dizzy spells added to ny troubles and the action of the idnoys was very I had ieard so much about Doans Kidney Ills that I decided to give them a rial and procured a box at Alden erfers drug I noticed a de Ided improvement In my condition rom the time I started using this The pains became less se the headaches ceased and In a hort time I was completely cured can recommend Doans Kidney Pills s belnjg all that Is claimed tor For sale by all Price 50 FosterMllburn New sole agents for the United Remember the take no If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and not rlshk having Brlghts disease or Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not delay taking Foleys Kidney Bessemer When your food seems to nauseate take Take Kodol now and un til you know you are right There isnt any doubt about what H will do and you will find the truth of this statement verified after you have used Kodol for a few It Is sold by Harry West Repairing All Kinds of Furnlturt NO Saw Filing Fritz 155 Columbia SN Bell MONEY TO LOAN 1T7H Main and the woodwork was dry as It burned like matchwood and within a few minutes the whole Interior was a mass of flames and the only means of escape was by the bout The flre department rescued many risked their by means of but some leaped from windows to the The fire slnrled in the cellar while the tenants were It had gained much before it was discov and Hire who ar Jumps From Fifth Johnson of jumped from the fifth His body struck a balcony and bounded into the He was badly crushed and died In Josephs There were many thrilling Claude Varnell of the Fort Wayne baseball his John and John Hendrlcks of manager of the Fort Wayne barely escaped with their with his wife ahead of him and his son In his started down the flre escape from the fifth At the third floor the fire broke out below them at the turn 1n the Iron He swung Hendrlcks over the railing of the thirdfloor plat form and she dropped to the platform of the story thus avoiding the blazeswept portion of the flre Then he dropped his son into the arms of his wife and he followed them in this way to the ground In Other similarly narrow es capes were Columbus Man When the flre was at its height Matthews of was seen wildly waving his arms at a third story He shrieked for help In vain and then leaped from the window and went swirling to the pave ment He was desperately John Strohecher of New after a thrilling reached the has had several hemorrhages and is sround almost He had no time greatly Wilson will prob to Ws he flames hav ably be unable to officiate ID the grand ins burst lnto nl8 room before he was circuit races at either Columbus or Scores of men and women reached the ground with nothing on but night None of the guests May Police Sergeant had time to save Drygoods James Boyle was fatally shot by Fred and clothing stores were thrown open Bechtel Jn the Brie freight Ser to all who needed apparel and they geant Boyle and Policeman Jackson were supplied without saw three men acting suspiciously and I Lewis of Chicago was driven placed them under Two of them from his room on the third noor to had been handcuffed when the the window The flames were flre4 through hla ooatpooket leaping out above him and he swung at The ihooter then but flown from window to was shot through the grola by Jackmen hoisted ladder to aid him but MB and The other meu it became entangled In Lewis hU loosened t Joan M nofwi 8lvj he ladder was this repeatedly lives in taking persons from tho lower When flip fire men camp the fire had sprond through the entire rear of the where the flre escupes anil he terror stricken Inmates of the upper floors had bepn driven to the front where they were hanging from win dows shrieking for Ladders nnd llfenets were quickly brought into and most of the Imperiled persons were thus The Abrams family lived on the third For some reason the flames swept through their so that the only way of escape was by Jumping from the Charles Abrams and his sister Anna did but both struck an Iron railing and were dead when picked Abrams and her other Sadie and were burned to elapsed In each others Tracks Lead Toward May a Wheeling has been living in a hut on the river bank near for several Not having been seen since a search was Backers clothes wero found in the with footprints leading to the He is supposed to have committed and losing their it they speculated right and left In anything that offered big The meu seemed to have been unfortu nate from the start In their efforts to get rich Their defalcations from the bank continued steadily until by March it is known to have been This throws some new light on the affairs of the two desperate It shows that they stole and lost 000 in the year following in their ef forts to got on their feet again and re place what they had wrongfully taken from their Speculation In Plttsburg Lead and Zinc was their method of trying to They clung to this stock when they had chances to sell out at gains of nearly per But the bottom fell out of Lead and From that time on both Young and Reiber know It was only a question of days until their defalca tions would be That neither of the men ever tried to get away been regarded by some as They waited calmly for the When It came they confessed without a sin gle attempt at denial they even of fered to help verify every word they Berry Lays May cor nerstone of the new building here was laid by retiring state of Feaa It in Hli Balzac once promised the manager of the Odeon theater In a five act The Springs of He was so busy with that not till be had been long and urgently importuned did he promise to read his piece to the month Bunyani Sharp John Buuynn wrote The Pilgrims Progress lu Bedford where be was confined for his A Quak er came to the prison and thus ad dressed him Friend the Lord hath sent me to seek for and 1 hove been through several counties In search of and now I am glad 1 have found Bunyan thou dost not speak truth In saying the Lord thee to seek for for the Lord well knows that I have been In this Jail for somo and If be had sent tbee he would have sent thee here di That exclaimed the irate flat dwell er as he rushed Into the gas do you mean to say this bill represents the amount of gas we burned last Warden Kills Unruly May den Dawson of the Mouudsvllle peni killed Jesse a negro with his Briggs turned on his using bricks and stones as The warden put a bullet through the negros The coroners jury exonerated Brlgga was serving a life sentence for the murder of Woodson Lyon in Fayette In He had been sentenced to but his sentence had been Baileys Majority Cut May re turns from the Democratic primary election are Several coun ties have cast majorities for and it is probable that Senator Bai leys majority for delegatefttlarge to the Denver convention will be cut down company the next The company gathered about him on the day ap and he read his five act play fluently through to the Llrleui was ran op to shake hands with the great writer and turn ed over the pages of the whose contents bad pleased him might But what was this There were only four The last pages of thy manuscript were in surprise the manager asked what It all Balzac smiled and admitted that he bad not yet written out the fifth but declared that be had It as clearly in his head as If It already stood on continued lie poet mer I have In head two more outcomes of the plot In case the one I just road doesnt please Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrnp does not but on the other band its laxative principles gently move the Children like Sold by Harry West Not calmly replied the man behind the It merely repre sents the amount you have to pay What would you do If yon was one o dese millionaires said Meandering I answered Plodding dat Id get meself a golf outfit an walk fur pleasure Instld o from neces Elevator Flre Costs May flouring mill and elevator of the Ridhard Evans company at Cortland was burned Untold What s untold pa The property you keep out of the tax llsfHarpers SERIOUS RESULTS You may well fear serious results from a cough or as pneumonia and consumption start with a Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs or colds and prevents serious Refuse Bessemer He She after 12 would you really put yourself out for my sake 1 would do Im awfully He who does through anotfear daw It McDonald and Eckles have tnelr office at the corner of Main tod 17U Kodol completely digests all classes of It will get right at thtf trouble and do the very work Itself for the It is pleasant to Sold by Harry Chronic Constipation One who suffers from chronic stlpatlon is in danger of many aerloua Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronic as It aUi digestion and stimulate the liver and restoring the natural action of these Commence taking i it today and you will feel better at FoJeyg Orlno Laxative dow not nauseate or gripe and li pleaaant to Refuse Bessemer   

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