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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: May 25, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houblgant Le Royal Cherry Violets ol Rodger Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE BQ May B B line serges Navy Brown or Black with White Brown with Black 50 to 54 inches Prepared to meet any ones demand for these fashionable thread line having just extended the assortment to include every variation of this practical and smartly fashionable Suiting Also Panamas of same style and Solid color double width crisp woven Tan or service in these ia ap parent at once and the lustre given the shades great ad ditional BDQQS BUHL McDonald and bare thrtr office at the corner of Mala and A REGULAR WILD WEST Pittsburg Region the Scene of Another Hold Robbers Escape ROAD AGENTS AT WORK Take Toll of Trolley Car and Farmer and His May by the success of their robbery of the crow and passengers of a West Penn trolley car near tho two bandits a few hours later commuted a second daring holdup on the road from Boston to Selecting as their prey two per sons In a buggy who were driving along the lonely road at an early the robbers stopped at the side of the road until the buggy reached Stepping they demanded that John Mowry and his wife of Bos occupants of the throw up their enforcing the command with drawn which loomed up bright In front of the dark masks worn by tho One of the men grabbed the rein on the while the second told Mowry to out of the As Mowry did not move with the haste desired by the bandit a revolver was placed at the side of his head and a rough hand grabbed the collar of his pulling him from the The frightened wife was also made to stand in the Mowry was ordered to hand over his being threatened with death If he made a false Securing from but over looking tho jewelry worn by the robbers ordered the two back Into the buggy and told them to drive away without making an As soon as this episode was reported County Detective Englert and West Penn Superintendent John Black se cured a buggy and drove with all haste to but failed to find any trace of the THAW VERDICT TODAY Counsel Not Very Hopeful of Decision for His May tice Morschauser hand down his decision today in the habeas corpus proceedings of Harry Ac tion taken by Thaws James was regarded as Indicating that he was not highly hopeful of a decision favorable to his Graham secured from District Attor ney Mack a stipulation that Thaw should neither be given his freedom nor sent back to Matteawan after the filing of the decision until formal order has been signed by the This will have the effect of keeping Thaw In the Dutchess county jail for a week During the time should the decision be unfavorable o Thaw an effort will be made to Induce Dis trict Attorney Jerome to to Thaws commitment to one of the state Insane asylums other than DESPERATELY IN NEED Idle Workmen Threaten Violence in Order to Get Martins May authorities are investigating distress among foreign laborers in the north ern part of this whose hunger al most led to a The men to the number of seventyfive assembled in front of a grocery and demanded pro asserting they were Their menacing attitude led clerks to call up the police station and the Pease township authorities were noti They authorized the grocer to give out enough provisions to supply the men for one A meeting will be held at which definite action will be taken for the continued relief of the They have been out of work and most of them are Lightning Kills Sunday May a wealthy commission was killed by lightning during a storm which swept over How who was a member of the Glen Hcho Golf left off fllay and the shelter of a Three Canoeists May Three were drowned here by the upsetting of a canoe which shot over a dam In the They were Freder ick twentyone years old Ger trude and her sit twentytwo years Chronic Constipation One who suffers from chronic con stlpation Is In danger of many serious Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronic as it aids digestion and stimulate the liver and restoring the natural action of those Commences taking It today and you will feel better at FoleyB Orlno Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and ia pleasant to Refuse Bessemer FLOOD II Towns Inundated and Railway Traffic Is Completely Interrupted BRIDGES AND TRACKS SUFFER Gas Main Supplying Portion of New State Causing Suspension of Driven From Their Homes by the High May a railroad in Oklahoma Is In operation as a result of the heavy rains and cloudbursts that have occurred In va rious parts of the state during the last three The last road to suspend operations was the Kansas and which was forced to quit when the bridge on the main line at Eufaula went To add to the disaster the main supplying natural gas to the Indian Territory part of the state was carried away with the Clarksville bridge and ihe supply of gas for Muskogee and several other cities In the southeast part of the state has been entirely cut Offi cials of tho gas company say It will be a week before repairs can be made so that tho gas supply can again be As natural gas is used for light and business will be sus pended In a Klevators have been forced lo stop running and hotels and restaurants have practically been put out of During ten hours there has been a rainfall of twenty inches in this sec tion of the The Canadian river has risen ten feet during the twelve hours and the Arkansas eight The entire country IB under A message has been received at the Midland Valley railroad offices here from saying that the town is under water and that help Is The railroad is powerless to send as much track and a bridge have gone Jenks is fiftythree miles north of Muskogee and Is locat ed In extremely low May West Guthrle is Inundated with from seven to ten feet of water rushing through the The Cottonwood river is twentyfive wide in places and Is still Several bodies have been seen floating in the FATAL TROLLEY CRASH Three Killed and Several Fatally In jured at May Three per sons were killed and ut least five oth ers so badly injured that there is no hope for their recovery and fortyfive were seriously hurt In a collision be tween trolley cars on Germantown avenue near Chestnut a in the northern section of Uie The only body thus far Identified is that of George age of The bodies of an unidentified wom an about sixty years of age and an un identified about fortyfive years of are in a hospital near the scene of the Fortyfive persons were taken to the Chestnut Hill and Germantown hospi each of which is several miles from the scene of the and many were taken away in automobiles by the residents of the Chestnut Hill Among those who were dangerously injured were George whose wife was killed Alexander age who has a wooden The artificial member was jammed up into his body and he cannot It is The accident was caused by a car running north Jumping a track while going down a steep grade not far from Chestnut The car swung across the southbound track and was struck by a car on that Both cars were filled with Drunken Husband Murders His Young Wife and Their Unborn Infant ANGERED BY REQUEST FOR CASH Wife Needed It to Buy Baby In Drunken Frenzy He Chokes Her to Confession When He Is May Ter wilger slew his eighteenyearold wife and their unborn child by choking the mother to death during a quarrel and the confessed homicide is under spe cial guards In the city prison because Infuriated citizens set up a cry for summary vengeance when the crime became The Terwilgers were married about a year the brldo being popular in her set of society on account of her beauty and social Ter wilger was jealous of the wife and domestic discord caused a Recently the pair became reconciled and went to live at the home of Charles This morning one of the Nutters went to call the Ter wilgers for Getting no re the door was forced and Terwllger was found dead on the Her tongue protruded from her black ened face and there were finger marks on As Terwilger was gone a search was begun for No sooner had he been arrested than he admitted the double He said that he had been out of work for some time and that he had taken several drinks with Returning home In the even he his wife asked him for money to buy baby He told her that he money for her and the quarrel waxed Old troubles were revived and recriminations aroused the husbands anger to such an uncontrollable stage that he seized his wife by the bent her over the edge of the bed and choked her till she ceased to With his brain still muddled by liq thinking he had only choked the woman Into so j he left the houBe In order not to j renew the He was heard to j leave the house shortly before but nothing was thought of this action at the As soon as the details of the crime became known to the many friends of Terwilger a great crowd gath ered around the jail and demanded the Guards were placed on the crowd finally melted and it is thought no attempt to storm the prison will be FELL THREE HUNDRED FEET Air Ship Goes Wrong and Drops To The Earth With Crew of Sixteen EPS UP 1HE FIGHT John Sharp the House Minority Issues a Manifesto WILL DELAY AN ADJOURNMENT Says Democrats Stand Ready to Put Presidents Program Through If Thirty Independent Republicans Will Stand With May Sharp minority leader of the announces that the Democracy pro poses to continue Us filibuster until such legislation as President Roose velt has recommended Ghall receive consideration or final adjournment has been ordered by a vote of the major In his view adjournment of con gress will not be reached before the latter part of tho Representative Williams said The Democracy is standing with less division than 1 ever knew iii its still tendering fhe full Demo crat vote of the house to any thirty independent Republicans to pass or to at any a bill for pre election publlcatioB of campaign con tributions a bill to secure the liberty of the citizen by a modification of the powers exercised by inferior federal courts In connection with a bill to safeguard the rights and dig nity of the states against the same sort of attack a bill to put wood pulp and print paper on the free and a bill for a model insurance law In the District of The Democracy will continue to present itself for that sort of an alli It will vote against a motion to fix a date to adjourn ttnd it announces as it has announced all along and as It will announce on the last day of this rhat it is ready and anxious to continue at the post of duty for an extra session to be called by the if lie be in earnest and really desirous to have passed the remedial legislation Indicated In the MAY ADJOURN THURSDAY STABS PRIEST AFTER MASS Former Devout Church Member Seri ously Wounds May the pres ence of four hundred worshipers Fath er Joseph age pastor of Josephs Catholic was stabbed twice with a pocket knife and perhaps fatally Injured In church i by Joseph a who is believed to have become suddenly de His condition Is I Immediately after Father Lubeley had finished high mass he started to leave the At the door Schu ette rushed upon the priest from be hind stabbing him bore the pastor to the The first blow from the knife struck the priest in the temple and the second cut a deep gash la the just missing the jugular j The crazed man was about to stab the priest a third time when Barbara Ginter and John mem bers of the caught his uplifted In the struggle which followed Schuette stabbed Ginter in the hand and inflicted a painful cut on Gatess A dozen men ran to the aid of Ginter and Gales and over powered Struggling and Schuetto was takeu to Schuette has been a devout member of Josephs His attack on the priest has not been Fire Damages Steel May de stroyed a building at the Sweets steal works used as a supply depart draftsmans and blacksmith The loss Is Benjamin a was knocked from a ladder by falling de bris and seriously Spenders Beat All May the figures on the total appropriations for the present session ot congress are from careful estimates the indications are that they will exceed Tbta is In eieesa of ajiprevlQUti Returns to Scene of Crime to New May Returning to the neighborhood from which he had fled after killing Miss Nina Doane by shooting her in her grandmothers home In Brooklyn because she hud re jected Lipman Kousler majde away with himself by shooting him self In the His body was found lying in the street by the who had been searching for him for sev eral hours after he hud killed Miss Doane and wounded her intended hus Thomas Engineer Scarlett May chief engineer of the Amerl can Union Telephone was drowned while canoeing on the Sus quehanna at nine miles above this With Scarlett was Gran vllle Herbert and their canoe throwing both In the They lost hold of the boat and Herbert was For best try Evening Rec ord want Congress Will Complete Only Meas ures Now Under May the sen ate and the house will devote their best efforts to so shaping their affairs as to bring about an adjournment at the earliest time possible during he present and as a consequence whatever is done will be in the nature of completing the work already Most of the if not all of will be given to the consideration of the reports of conference committees dealing with points of difference be1 tween the two houses in measures which have been passed by Even these will be confined largely to ap propriation All the supply meas ures have received attention from both but there are still points of difference in connection with of them and especial effort will be made to compromise As soon as they are adjusted the session will come to an The general defi ciency bill will be held back until the last moment In order to use It as a ve hicle for the appropriation of money to carry into effect the provisions of the omnibus public buildings Final adjournment will probably take place Knabenshue Airship Knaben shue and his new capable of carrying three met with disaster upon the occasion of its sec ond Knabenshue attempted to alight in the baseball where a game was but his machine becoming unmanageable he hit the fence back of the causing consternation to the great crowd gath Propellers and gear were badly damaged and the airship will be out of commission for several This airship was the one constructed for the purpose of attempting the Cleve landToledo American Car Again May dispatch to the Matin dated May The American car In tne New YorktoParls automobile race IB again in arriving here after two days of ploughing the muddiest of It overtook the German car a Ww miles out of Vladivostok and at times tne two cars were almost hope lessly stalled In the the crews tuning great difficulty in BIG BALLOON BURSTS And Drops Sixteen Men 300 Feet to Mother May mammoth on its trial trip in rose odO feel from oarh In view of and droppid grouinl of ih was tion of rni i were I bruised aid a long c and I71 iv tenslvily mlvprllsed tile trial of which was mor HKMI lOi long and foot in K announced that It was only a inoiUil the one he intended to declar ing that he would construct a ship feet long and cipable of carry ing GOO The airship used was similar to many experimented with In different parts of the The gas bag was the shape of torpedo with blunt The five englnei were suspend ed by means of heavy A canvas running board connected the gasoline It Is said that Morrell was warned by several experienced aerial naviga tors that the kind of bag he had pro vided would not stand the strain of of the great weight upon Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup does not but on the other hand its laxative principles gently move the Children like Sold by Harry West STRIKERS CHANGE FRONT Vote to Return to Work Pending May street rail way men have voted to return to Work pending arbitration of their differences with Mayor Johnsons Municipal Trac tion A compilation of the vote shows that by a majority of twen tynine the men decided to waive their seniority rights In favor of the men employed lo break the strike and re turn to work Monday while the trators settle the dispute between the two The men now employed by the car company will vote to determine wheth er or If a settlement Is they will waive their seniority rights and take chances with the strikers on getting good The men will take up their jobs again only while the ar bltratlon The third arbitra tor Is to bo chosen and the strikers will vote on whoever IB selected by two men already They will vote again on the questions submitted to Ship Subsidy Beaten May the ond time within twentyfour hours the house rejected the mall subsidy pro vision for ocean The vote was 145 to As soon as the action of the house was announced In the senate Senator Penrose moved to re cede from the remaining senate amendments and discharge the con The motion was carried and congressional work on the postoffico bill was thus The effect is to leave the subsidy provision out of the bill and thus effectually dispose of It for the present Escaping Gas May Gas escaping from an open jet in the kitchen of his home caused the death of George Rob a and of his daughter nineteen years Insist upon DeWltts Witch Haiel It Is especially good for Sold by Harry West IT MAKES LOTS OF DIFFERENCE WITH THE FAN tone YOU it KG Mane fatgeR i rf 1   

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