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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PBR This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSOH FURWTURC THE WQ CARTLOADS OF Governor Willson Expected to Pardon Caleb Powers and James Howard Today Qlant Skeletons In May who has recently returned from Mex bM called the attention of Pro fessor Agaealz to a cave he dUcoj erod In Mexico containing some 200 of men each about eight feet In The cave was evidently the burial place of a race of glamts who antedated the 120 Ruestan Peasants St May ferryboat en the river Daolper capslied near In the government of Mo and 1M persons were PARDON FOR POWERS Kentuckys Governor to Free Him and James May Willson will today announce his deci sion on the application for pardon for Caleb Powers and James charged with complicity in the assas sination of William Governor Willson has refrained from giving the inkling as to what his deci sion will but there is a which Is not uwsUoaed even by tr B B fancy handkerchiefs best rersed in arc wearing 1 th r dreuitwt Fancy Haadker here were ever teen White with Colored aU fancy Colored fancy figured center fancy figured ef barred patterns and other Colored Handker chiefs of the dressiest 25c to Colored 5c Also Womens Colored 5c to Unusual assortment Fan cy Colored Mens or Womens White All Linen Handkerchiefs 5 Mens White All Linen BOGQS BUHL NORTH RAIN STOPS SEARCH Death Roll of Fort Wayne Fire Con tains Eleven Fart May Rain the search for bodies in the Nina of the New Avellne hotel and the death list stands at no bod having been found since when a charred trunk was taken A dentist of Identified the body as that of Frank an attorney of All the bod les but two were claimed by The Injured la the hospitals are all doing except of who may One unidentified body is thought to bo that of a land agent ot Dalhartj The only persons now reported missing are Charles Benja min and Herman the latter of New Sellgman had wired his inn that he would be either In For Wayne or Logansport Saturday and Sunday and telegrams from Logans port state that he was not He always stayed at the New Avelln when In Fort CASE AGAIN POSTPONED Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish of Sensational Publication Hae Uncle Sam Fort May mo tion of the government in the federal court here the trial of Fred War editor of the Appeal to was continued until the November term of This is the third con tinuance requested by and granted the Warren ia charged with sending defamatory and threatening matter through the The charge is based upon the mail ing of a printed reward of for the kidnaping from Indiana of former Governor Taylor of The Appeal to Reason made this sensa tional offer for the purpose of calling attention to the decision of the United States supreme court that the removal of the officers of the Western Federa on of Miners from Colorado to Idaho or the trial was not an Illegal pro The papers reward indicat ed a desire to have exGovernor Tay or kidnaped and taken from Indiana o Kentucky for trial for alleged com liclty in the assassination of Govern r CALEB most ardent supporters of tEe prose that the two principal de fendants thus far tried In this famous case will be set at cartloads of petitions for pardon of the two totaling more than a million and a quarter have been poured In froin every quarter of the three with a goodly representation from Eu rope and a smattering from Africa and May charged with stealing bicycles confessed to having stolen The machines were but the wheels and handle bars had been so Interchanged that It was diffi cult to identify May Sher age of dropped dead In the doorway at the home of a daughter whom he was visiting here Just as he was bid ding the family The deceased was a cousin of General Begins Today Between Garber and Johnson Forces in the Budceye State DEMOCRATICCOKYEBriOII MEETS Gubernatorial Nomination and Sena torial Indorsement Are Important Matters to Be Sides Claim Majority of the May the Democratic state which meets shall Indorse a candidate for United States senator or whether the partys choice shall be determined at a primary to be held simultaneous ly with the regular election In Novem her Is the Issue which looms up above all Former Governor James Camp bell of Butler backed by In delegations from thirtynine will ask the convention to indorse the candidate for He has the open Mayor TomL Johnson of Melville In of who has been men tioned as a candidate for United States has declared that he favored a atate primary to determine the partys choice for While the Oarber and Flnley wing of the party not espoused the cause of any can didate for it will support the primary All the surface indications are that the friends of Harvey state are in control of the sltua but this IB disputed by Mayor The convention will meet this even Ing at Ooodale Park auditorium and Edward Moore of as temporary will deliver the keynote Aa tomorrows session a platform will be a state ticket nomi nated and to the na tional convention BOB IS ON DECK AGAIN Fighting Admiral Gains Victory Over Rheumatics and Will Join the Big Fleet Boycott Causes May Remarkable ac counts are coming through of the in tensity of the Chinese boycott of which has resulted from the TatsuMaru At Canton two Chinese committed suicide because their to whom they were bound for a term of continued to import Japanese Cleveland Continues to May President Orover Cleveland continues steadily to recover from an attack of digestive which baa prevented him from returning to his Princeton All reports from the Lakewood hotel are to the effoot that he con tinues to improve and that his condi tion is not Avalanche of Earth and Rock Overwhelms Mineworkers at Midday Meal ONE SEVERAL INJURED SPEECH BY BULKELEY May respite has been granted by Governor Stuart to Rosario Serge of New sen tenced to be hanged for murder May On petition of citizens of New Can tie his time is extended to June 9 to permit of another hearing before the pardon CELLAR BUTIMQREOySTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Arlington Hotel Kennedys Cough Syru promptly yet gently on th through which the cold I forced out of the and at th Mine It mflamwaUon gold by Harry May body of tflchael age was ound in the cellar at the home of Hdam Bollnsky at The mana eck and both arms had been Kannlcore stabbed a friend during a ght several weeks and it Is bought he may have been murdered n May tornado wrecked the Springfield Wagon com lanys blew down iprooted trees and interrupted wire Many horses and cattle were Damage IB reported at Pierce Stratford and No lives were lost so far as Is Damage to crops and or chords is reported from Law Wright aad Webster Repairing All Kinds of Furniture NO Saw Filing a Fritz 155 Columbia 3B8 Bell L MONEY TO LOAN I Main a7lyr THAW CHAuGHa PRISONS Judge Sends Him to County Jail Pend Ing Sanity May at Harry Thaw Is of the Matteawan hospital for the criminal As a result of the proceedings on the writ of habeas corpus sued out in an effort to have him legally declared he will re main in the Dutchess county Jail the final decision on the writ is hand ed The formal hearing In case will come before the supreme court here next The adjournment was taken upon the request of a representative of the district attorney of New York county to give District Attorney Jerome an opportunity to appear In person to op pose Thaws release from the In the meantime Thaw will remain in the Dutchess county Jail In of being returned to Thaw appeared to be In excellent having gained fully twenty pounds in weight since his transfer to the asylum from the One of the interesting features of the proceedings was an announcement that Evelyn Nesbit although she has brought suit for annulment of her will if neces as a witness in her husbands Lima May hundred shop employes of the Lake Erie and West ern and the Hamilton and Dayton railway systems have re burned to work on full New Connecticut Senator Talke Four Hours on Brownsville May The house completely overrode the committee on appropriations in connection with sev eral items In the sundry civil appro priation When the measure was laid aside for the day had been added to the sum recommended the which Included tor gauging the streams and determining the water supply of the United States an Increase of the appropriation for testing struc tural materials and for test tag lignites and other fuel sub These changeswere not ac without a pro longed debate in which the committee found Itself practically Senator Bulkeley of a iember of the committee on military spoke at length in the senate on the Brownsville Bulke ley declared his belief In the inno cence of the negro soldiers of the Twentyfifth regiment and sali the rioters were lawless Mexicans from outside the town assisted by the law less class within Bulkeley spoke more than four his remarks Including a review of all the testimony that has been taken in the The senate passed the house resolu tion appropriating to relieve the recent cyclone sufferers In Ala Mississippi aad Louisi EVANS Rheumatic Veteran Feels Well Enough to Take Charge of Santa May 6 Allan tic battleship fleet was united once more when the ships of the second squadron arrived from Monterey the flotilla of six destroyers Joined It from San the latter after one of the stormiest voyages of the The second headed by the flying the flag of Rear Ad miral came across Monterey Admiral Thomas has moved from the Connecticut to the although his flag of senior rear ad miral still flies at the main truck of the The Connecticut Is to proceed to Mon terey today and take on board Admiral who returns to resume active command of the No ceremonies will attend the return of Admiral The torpedo flotilla fought every Inch of the way from San Pedro against a strong head wind that caused big waves to break over the bows and waih the decks from stem to The screens of the bridges and every loose article about the decks was washed Nearly every man on board was seasick during the No serious damage of any kind San May The first and second squadrons of the Pacific fteet have arrived here from Puget sound They will await In the harbor the arrival of the Atlantic fleet tomorrow aad will participate in the naval The nrst la of Rear Admiral James consists of the cruisers Weit Virginia Pennsylva Colorado and The sec ead under Rear Admiral la composed of the Tennessee California and South Great Section of Loosened by Continuous Rushes Down Upon Employes of Plttsburg Coal Company at Scott West May the fexult of a landslide which came down upon them like an avalanche one man was killed and fifteen some of them at the Pittsburg Ceal companys mine 2 In Scott The dead man Is Edward Mo a The opening of the mine Is fifty feet from the bottom of a 300foot cliff on the west oide of the Youghlogheny Near the on a wlCe ledge In the stood the smith machine tan house aad engine coaling ia coaling locomotives of the Plttsburg and Lake Brie IB aad about theae buildings workmen had fathered to eat their Suddenly there waa ominous grinding fol lowed hy a tremendous Hundreds of of loosened recent ralna from the upper part of the with a roar rushed down upom the completely demolishing the coaling shanty and partially de stroying the blacksmith machine shop and fan house and knocking thi eeal shanty over the cliff to the rail road tracks Several men woro la the hut escaped The alarm was quickly given by the men who escaped injury and In a few minutes 340 miners poured out ot the workings with ploka and The men caught under the debris were re May sixth sul cide in this town within a month oc curred when Cleve age of Va When he registered he paid for When the body was found in the pockets of the cloth ing there were only one cent in money aad two beer May hundred unemployed men marched to the city hall and demanded Mayor Whit lock addressed explaining he had nothing to give but promising that a number of idle men will be given work on the boulevard in a few The men were peaceable but explained Lhelr families are needy and must be May Railroads tap ling this territory will employ between 12000 and men between now and June 1 to make necessary repairs o engines and May state railroad commission has fixed Wednes day to hear Chester city officials and merchants who desire to have the com mission take steps to end the trolley May old Millie Runyan of who is said to have run away with Ray Ph n ney of Flndlay to Join a vaudeville show has been returned to he May the family of postmaster at sat upon the front porch a thief entered the chicken coop and fortyseven thoroughbred game May and Italians engaged in a riot at two Poles being fatally two others badly while many were injured and were carried away by their New May bread maintained here six weeks by rlvate donations to give food to nun ry has been It was discovered many of the applicants or aid would not work when offered May to the Episcopal convention ot the dlo cese of which meet here will ask for an authorlta tlve interpretation of the openpulpl canon adopted at the triennial conven tlon at It Is claimed tha because of the openpulpit cano many ministers have left the churc during the The it is a places the church outside th Anglican hence take from it the right to be considered par ot the Holy Catholic churchThe Re William MoOarvey ot Ellz beths church and three assistant re tors and the rectors warden have re It is because of pulpit ME WILLS JUST HIM Landiter and Dog On one of Lnndseeis early visits to Scotland the great painter stopped at village and took a great deal of no ice of the Jotting down rapidly sketches of them on a piece of Sext day on resuming his Journey be was horrified to find dogs suspended from trees in all directions or drown ing to the with stones around their He stopped a weeping who was hurrying off with a pet pup in bis and learned to his dismay that he was supposed to be an excise officer who was taking notes of all the dogs he saw In order to prose cute the owners for unpaid His CragsDid you tell Simpers yon thought I was a man without any bal ance I naturally inferred that If you had a balance you would draw on It for the amount you owe Philadelphia NorUj May wills ot William Reiss and Emma his have been probated The wills were both made on and read exactly the Relss left all her both real and to her husband and Heltas will all his both real and to his Relss shot and killed his wife at Eeamoms on April 9 and then shot The above has a special Interest where Reins has a connected with Smiths steam ORCHARDS CASE UP TODAY leWio Board of Will Decide His May to bo taken by the state board of pardons at a special meeting today will deter mine the fate of Harry bet ter known as Harry now un der sentence of death for the murder of former Governor whom he Blew with a dynamite Orchard has refused to ask for clem He says he is though re should suffer his JuSge who sentenced has recommended a commutation because of the assistance given in its unsuccessful prosecution of the offlcers of the Western Federa tion of Miners and Orchards attorney has pressed the petition for Fort May who defended Haywood and Pettibone of the Western Federation of Miners In their trial at said that he would sign a petition tor mercy for Harry as he had sympathy for the slayer ot former Governor TOOK POISON SNOW HELPS May snow has covered the greater portloi ot Southern Wyoming to a u several and will greatly benefi the TRi8fATEHEWS IN BRIEF May attempt was made to dynamite the railroad bridge across the Miami but no dam age was May police are hunting for a dangerous criminal whom they dub Jack the To one flveyearold girl whom he met on the street he gave poisoned cake and the child is May capital stock of the Fairmont and llarksburg Traction company will ba Increased from to The company operates over fifty of trolley lines In this May Jekyll and Hyde existence was brought to light with the confession of Fred Ridge under arrest here for Ridge was well known socially and was a trusted employe of a rubber May the Cen tral Passenger association has refused a cheaper rate than two cents a mile for the state encampment ot tha Grand Army of the Republic of Ohio to be held here the week ot June 15 the tractions are planning to put on cheap rates with connections from all parts ot the McDonald and BcWes have their office at the comer of Main and Mar Jacoh twentysix years whose home was near committed suicide In the National hotel here by carbolio A affair is said to have been the May Bor her ot Overpecka recently tried tor cutting with intent to kill Charles Stauff and sentenced to one year in the Ohio been granted a stay ot execution by the circuit court at Cincinnati and released on FIRE BOSSES ORGANIZE May fire Of the Plttsburg mine district hart formed an organization which will pe affiliated with the United About 50 ot the 350 fire bosses were The aim ot the organisation la to secure uniform throughout the well M a Betterment In the wages paid the The flre booses believe that they mine as that W really what they so tar as duty They now recede to ft day and win makf demand tor a uniform scale of   

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