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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAT 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houblgant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hposier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE P1Q B B fine wash cottons Lots where little get un usual India White groundi styles and choice color printings 40 inches wide Fine cord check Dimities neat dainty and dresden Fine group cord striped Dimities White and Colored grounds small figures and Dresden color Goods of equal fineness not bought in years at the price in the fabric and pat terns those who appreciate nice things better see about them those who are par ticular about the amount oi money they Lot plain double width WhiU Suiting Regular linen weave and fin all For White skirts and Coat Suits these extra White at the price BOQQS BUHL NORTH WEAPONBLACK PEPPER Three Bank Messengers Assault ed Pepper Followed by Black jacks and Knives WAITRESS FOILS THIEVES Bold Robbery In New York trated by a New May broad day light and in one of the densely popu lated portions of the city three thugs mode a daring attempt to hold up and rob a trio of bank messengers aa they were carrying In cash from one of the banks branches to Its main Black pepper was showered upon the one of them was hit with a blackjack and another was slashed In the desperate effort of their assailants to seize the money and es cape with It before the arrival of That they failed to get clear with the valises filled with coin and bills which the bank employes were carry ing was due to the stubbornsess with which the messengers resisted the at tack and to the bravery of a young Polish waitress in a nearby restau who BO Impeded and delayed tho leader of the attacking trio that he fell an easy victim to two policemen who came running to the The messengers were employes of the Jefferson bank and were on their way from the branch at Clinton and Houston streets to the main bank on Canal three threw pepper in their the lead ing thug attacking Samuel who carried tht bulk of the grab bing nil money bag and attempting to run with The other thugs took care of Joseph Veleor and Abraham the other Edman tried to shake his assailant but was faring badly under the pummellng when Eva waitress In a nearby grabbed the leader of the attacking bond by the She screamed so loudly for help that a patrolman came running frightening the other two thugs and was right at the heels of theman who had attacked Edman by ttie time he had managed hlmsalf free from the The fugitive was The man arrested gavehis name aa Canlmo The police arrested Rlcobonos Giovanni and his two Salvatorl and Dameano who are held as suspects for further While on First street men jumped upon them and Has Public May order to teach the foreign population of the coal regions a Sheriff Clay Brans has decided to make the execu tion of Felix Radzius today public so far the leading Representatives of the Lithua Russians and Italians are con Tickets of admission have been given to these men to see Had elus Sheriff Evans believes that their recital of the event to their countrymen will do much to prevent murders In this section of the coal re Pittsburger Elected May Charles Smith of Plttsburg was elected bishop of the Methodist Epis copal church on the twelfth Total 744 neceseary to a 496 511 477 4GE 404 390 Dow 338 Idl 169 147 187 99 82 Thaw Declared May Harry Thaw is still according to a decision filed by Supreme Justice Monehauser In the county clerks of fice His mental disorder Is so the justice as to ren der it unsafe to free It la denied that his commitment to Matteawan by Justice Dowllng was M maintained by Thaws Drowns In Underground May An twentyeight yeras general manager of the Hero Mining com was drowned in an underground stream when a scow carrying State Representative James Roach and Cy rue ground foreman of tha Hero Roach was over cone in the fifteen feet of rushing water and rescued while floating facet downward and McDonald ani tkohM at corner of Mala and Chronic Constipation One who suffers from chronic con In danger of many serious Foieys Orlno Laxative chronic as It aids lon and stimulate the liver and restoring the natural action of these Commence taking it today and you will feel better at Foleys Orlno Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and is pleasant to Refuse Bessemer SiNATE HLLS TIME Makes No Attempt to Do Any thing Except Routine Business HOUSE HAS A BUSY SESSION Time Devoted to Hearing Reports o en Various Idge Appeals In Vain for Considera tion of Administration May effort to annihilate time by dilatory tactics without making progress on any legis lation except that involved In confer ence reports was the chief occupation of the senate under the leadership of The attempt was so suc cessful that the net result In the way of accomplishment of the days ses sion was the adoption of the confer ence report on the sundry civil appro priation Throughout the day Beverldge was busy in an effort to get a vote on the bill compensating government em ployes for Injuries received In their line ot but after the debate had progressed far enough to develop vari ous objections to the language of the bill Hale arose to say he had In formation from the house that no ac tion could be expected there on the conference report on the build ings bill and that until that measure should be disposed of the deficiency appropriation bill could not be per after which he moved an ad Beverldge resorted to some tac tics to keep the senate In session to consider his but Hale amid laughter remarked that there are some thingsthe senate can do without the senator from Indiana and insist ing upon a vote on his motion the senate Working under heavy with a single to adjournment at the earliest possible the house disposed of a great amount of busi Early in the session it became manifest that a better spirit of feeling obtained between the majority and in consequence of which sev eral bills were permitted to be passed by unanimous It developed when the house recessed that the roll had been called 228 times since con gress Prior to March when the Democratic filibuster be it had been called but fifteen The Innumerable calls since then brought about a temporary break down on the part of the two reading and Representative Cheney of who has a voice of good carrying volunteered his serv ices In that which proved satis The sum total of the dnys business was as follows The conference reports on the sun dry civil and the pension appropria tion bills were agreed thus sending those measures to the president for signature and leaving only the general deficiency and military academy ap propriation bills to be considered In order to complete the disposition of the fourteen supply measures of the The conference report on the District of Columbia child labor bill also was agreed and the fol lowing bills were passed Amending the navigation removing the dis criminations against native officers of the Porto Rico provisional regiment of granting title to a ceme tery In to the archbishop ot that city authorizing the sale of unallotted lands of the Spokane In dian encouraging the de velopment of coal deposits In Alaska and prescribing penalties against the sale ot clothing and government prop erty by The bill re lating to the disposition of the public lands was sent back to Following an aottve debate of an hour and a the project for a re duced hall of representatives was de feated a large Engineer Has Narrow May has just been receivej of a peculiar accident on he Delaware and Eastern railroad near Margaretvllle when the locomotive ami baggage car of a pas senger train left the track and slid down au embankment Into the Engineer Clarence Cowau was caught In the engine In about four feet of He was held there for four hours before he could be Members of the train crew were able to hold his head above water during that He was finally his only Injury being a broken tone In his fN BRIEF May Karl fiftyfour years au Inmate of the Westmoreland county committed suicide by May The Pitts burg Coal company resumed opera tions at their mines giv ing employment to five hundred miners May Charged with shooting Schoolmate Grant Moon with a rifle while hunting rabbits lyj roy Berkeblle was arraigned with May Seth ninetyfour years of saM to be the oldest man In Crawford was found dead In bed at the home ot his son in Old age was the May While trying to hive a swarm of bees age lost his He had climbed a ladder Into a tree after the swarm and breaking his neck and dying New Castle May Church workers here are preparing to wage war upon dancing and Ministers will upon a certain day preach sermons against both after which an active campaign will be carried May While try lag to escape from the workhouse by scalinga wall Thomas Ryan fell twenty feet to the ground when his made bed He suffered a fractured bruised back and frac tures of both May The John bishop emeritus of the German Seventh Day Baptists since died at his home at Bakers Sum mit from Injuries received by being struck by a trolley oar last Septem He was sixtynine years May Unusual charges are made in the dlvorco suit 4led here by George She claims her husband beat threatened her life with a razor and shotgun and once put a stick of dyna mite In the kitchen stove In the hope of blowing her May Ill fix playfully said Emanuel Gelg sixteen years of Harrison as he pressed the trigger of a revolver pointed at his age Both boys supposed the weapon was but the younger one fell with a bullet In his May A movement has been started to obtain a pardon for Edward George the for mer Adams Express who Is now serving a term in the Western penitentiary for robbing the company of a package containing about almost three years May Ernest Ter who choked his wife to confessed that he had intended to com mit suicide after killing his but that his courage He said that they were constantly quarreling and that he got tired of it and determined to end It He denied the story that he was Intoxicated when he slew his May Congressman Ansberry has been ill for a week with a throat necessitating an op Owing to his the congressman had to leave to Senators Dlok and Foraker his measure provid ing an appropriation of for a public building He was also re quired to cancel on engagement to de liver the Memorial day May the thirteenyearold son of Peter Son afelt of a suburb of Gal fell from a raft while fishing near the Pennsylvania railroads dam and was A young man named Muscavich saw the accident and plunged into six feet of water In an effort to save the himself hav ing a narrow escape from May Falling over a cliff into the Allegheny river a horse owned by Montgomery saw lights across the stream and swam where dogs attracted the attfn tlon of persons who rescued the ani The horse was being driven In a buggy when the shafts broke from the Encumbered by the shafts and the horse accomplished its long May Louis Leavln was killed and his brother Jacob was probably fatally Injured by the burst Ing of a soda water tank In their store The brothers were charging the tank when it hurling them across the The floor of the place was ripped up and they were buried In a pile of Louis died shortly after being admitted to the Both of Jacobs arms arc and he is suffering from Inter nal May The mystery which has surrounded the dis appearance of Miss Jeanne who left her home more than a week was cleared by the discovery of her body floating In the Monongahela river three miles south of the Through continual worry over the ab sence of Mlstt her Haiil lost her mind several days the body was re No motive Is known for For beet try Evening Rec ord want PLUMES WAVED TODAY Erie Witnesses a Great Parade of the Knights State Conclave RIOTS JkRyHENED Chester Strike Situation Again Assumes Disorderly Aspect BOY SHOT AND CAR IS BURNED Departure of State Police Strike Sympathizers to Renew At tacks Upon Property of Hated Trol ley Corporation at May to the departure of the state constabu lary from this city conditions in con nection with tho trolley strike situa tion assumed a more serious At outside of the a num ber of mill uands are said to have greased the rails and caused a colli While the crews were trying to straighten out the wreck the mill hands bombarded them and many were cut and bruised in Near Eddystone a car jumped the track and the car was stoned by strike sym Burgess Frank Kerr of that in his efforts to quell the jumped on the car and was hit on the head with a He was so Injured that he had to be sent to the Many of the special policemen who have been sworn In to help preserve order have resigned and others are refusing to ride on the cars manned by strikebreakers for the purpose of protecting While strike sympathizers were at tacking a car on the street the motor man of the car drew his revolver and fired into tha The bul let struck Harry a smalt and the mob charged the The po lice drove them back and the car ran but at Claymont avenue near the Delaware county line a crowd surged around It driving oft the motor man and built a fire under the car and burned Similar attacks were made on cars in various sections of the city and many shots were fired by the police and the TRIAL IS TIRESOME Capitol Graft Case Taken Up by Tech nical May capl tol trial was taken up by the present ation of proofs of transactions in me tallic furniture between the Pennsyl vania Construction company and the the idea being to show that there was no uniform method of bill ing practiced by the concern and that the commonwealth did not get what it paid All of the Invoices presented were outside of that in the indictment and aggregated many thousands of dol The day was the dullest of the there being only the numerous objec tions of the lawyers to enliven the The experts gave col umn after column of figures and dreary recitals of the manner of mak lug one man making on which he was afterward required to correct in The defendants attorneys forced proof of signatures and other matters connected with the Invoices and Datz and Lan metallic furniture were subjected to severe crossquestioning by exAttorney General who sought to establish that roller curtains were extras and that the top plates should be counted in to make up the billing The state fought this by showing In two cases that the amount of feet charged for could not have been made up even by the count ing In all of the ANOTHER GUINNESS STORY Arkansan Writes That Laporte derew Is Still May Belle Guinness escaped in mans clothing from her death farm is the statement made in a letter from a man in Arkansas to Mayor The whose name If Is known to Mayor having for merly lived in Marshall In and therefore credence la placed In his This man positively declares that Guinness escaped and that he had a letter from her May flye days alter according to the official findings of Coroner was burned to The writer says he will pro duce this letter and turn over to the officers other letters and will also ylve additional informfctloa regarding her if he IB personally Interviewed by UM officers either In or at his home In KNIGHTS AT ERIE City by the Lake Welcomes Men of the White May keys ot the city have been turned over to the vis iting Knights Comlnan derles are arriving almost and the entire ulty Is one sea of bunting and Masonic The Wil Hamsport headed by the famous Imperial ar rived In the city and puraded the prin cipal The were met at the Union station by the members of Mount Olivet cornmundery of this city and escorted to tho gen eral headquarters In the Penn build The conclave proper opened with a band concert by the Teteques band in Central From 8 to Sir Frank McSparren and the officers ot the grand commandery and their ladles held a reception In the Reed Mary of Philadelphia held a reception in the chamber of commerce rooms at the Today the feature was the annual parade and which took place at One ot the most mag nificent spectacles In this city was witnessed and vantage points from which to view the procetston were at a The great feature to the public of the with thousands in plumes swords gleam ing and bands Calvary of made a flue appearance and the Boys which accompanied duplicated their hit of last years VANDERBILT FREE Wife of Alfred Gwynne VamJerbllt Granted a New Ellen French Vanderbllt has been granted an Interlocutory decree of divorce from Alfred Gwynne Vanderbllt by Justice OGorman In the supreme court on the report of David the referee who was to take testimony and determine the findings In the suit Instituted by Vander Justice OGorman confirmed the report of the referee that Vander bill had been guilty of misconduct and directed that Vanderbllt be grant ed a Judgment of absolute The divorce decree provides that Vanderbllt may marry during the lifetime of Vanderbllt but pre vents him from marrying during her Tho custody of William the only was award ed to No provision was made for alimony In toe decree nor was this alluded to In the report of Referee The referees report developed that testimony had been secured from Vanderbllts valet concerning the mis conduct ot his employer on a railroad train a year ago last October In Vanderbllt was Miss Elsie daughter of tha late Francis Ormond president of the Man hattan Trust company and a member of the directorates of several She was married in to who had Inherited up ward of from his the late Cornelius May chief of police of la charged with the killing of Mihal Lazor In the shooting affray Sunday A warrant charginghim with felonious shooting was sworn out be fore Justice Amos by George a brother of the Insist upon DeWitts witch Haiel It Is especially good for Sold by Harry West Musings of the Metropolis News of New York Town Outlined in Brief AU Servants Affected by Hard Times WHILE the recent hard times have not solved the servant they have revolutionized it in some of Its according to the annual report of the commissioner ot John which was sent to Mayor MoClellan the other The servants position is not what it was a year the report and the change appears to have been brought about by the law of supply and de mand In the which covers the li cense year ending with the month of a record is shown of the falling off In the volume ot business and also a surprising reduction la the scale of Business depression has not only af fected the contract labor agencies and domestic servant but It has been felt in the theatrical in agencies supplying stenographers and In those filling technical and clerical The report shows that beginners In stenography are now paid six seven dollars a against eight and nine dollars a year The same houses which have reduced the salaries of their employes have since January reduced in number their clerical force of all grades from 39 to BO per Referring to the Intelligence offices the report says The books of 200 domestic servant agencies Indicate that the average earnings of cooks in private families have fallen off from 135 to a month house workers who were paid from te a month in 1907 are receiving from to in The average wages paid to cooks obtained through agencies that supply the wealthier families have re duced from to a and im the same families the wages paid but lers have fallen off from to a Many other families have reducedthe wages of all help en ployed by them since last December about ten per and the number of servants has been greatly do The remainder of the taking the different classes of labor separate gives pessimistic stowing that In practically all branches a re duction has been Dead Mans Curve New Danger Center Mans the spot at U Fourteenth street and Broad which for many years has borne the name of being the most dangerous point la the at last has been forced to take second The most dangerous spot baa now been officially located at the New York entrance to the Willlamsburg connecting with This which is a block is so narrow as to ren der it always a packed and seething mass of trolley automo biles and According to the policeman on duty the dally average of the nar rowest escapes from death Is over Dead Mans paver came near this but there is no regret that it has lost Its title to first Situated in the center of the shop pine it was and still is one ot the greatest menaces to feminine with its various lines of cars one Statistics show various other danger centers throughout the Including the Grand Central Sixth ave nue and Twentythird and oth er Just how much this title of most dangerous spot means may be better understood when it Is re membered that major accidents in the city are numbered not by hundreds but by Practically no form of danger supposed to be peculiarto various localities but is enumerated and the list of happenings cap tains all the thrillers of the dime Now that the most dangerous spot In the city has moved from tha shopping to the purely commercial anxious husbands may breathe more Valuable Mechanical Although electrodeposition Is one 01 the oldest arts in which electricity Is practically some remark able improvements have been made in it during the last tew One of the most novel of these is a me chanical device tor plating small ar such as screws or which formerly bad been strung by hand pu i wires or plated In now dumped into a porous birwl placed Intq the plating solution wut volveu by   

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