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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania t BBTABUBHBti tfQfEMBER PRICE 2CBNTS PER ON NEW TREATY Has Only Upp wing Words for Sams Diplomacy YELLOW PERIL EXISTS NO MORE View Considers the Ufiltcd Departed From wf it regard Itfr understood that the British ernront consulted By Troth the Amertcan and governments a f ffififeal oHfie trnddloriil friendship drooping ttt fhfc creation o a firm In that part of the world td wMcB gloomy and prophetic glances have often foeen The German before the agreement was And some tJuHoslty has been excited i emperor may perhaps deplore the as to what attitude tafte but Americans have the Wwara the presidents action in conf of knowing that they sin eluding the The London in good Japans conventions with five great powers are assurances against that yellow peril Which has disturbed the meditations of mpnarchs and No reasonable ttjan dally newspapers express the heartiest which amounts an ex pression of at this ance ol peace in Par The Morning Post says v Service to CauM ot Peace The United Stated In recent years has rendered to the of peace services that catthot be lightly errtimat What Washington Detlgnated j struggle for the mastery of the Pa Entangling General The good understanding now Opinion n That All Danger of War ached between the United States and Japan Is an event of good omen for the Between America Japan American agreement claims the maxi mum of attention andinterest primarily on International as tutting an end to a situation which might at any moment have developed between the Unlted States difficulties involving delicate consider ations for the British because of a now in the polipx of United worlds The Standard eaya In plain feng lieh it means an alliance for military and naval operations when the Ameri can and Japanese governments agree to Communicate with each other as to advisable measures in of the disturbance of the status The ob ject is BO laudable that no outside na tion can take Binds the Specter of The Daily Mall says The agree ment la another link in the chain that fetters tlje specter SOME Hye Some Eat to But Eat or Orlive or Eat here and live CITY RESTAURANT If youjare well you will be dressed Try a HARVARD or FREEMANS Reliable f v Best Hats ABE HESSE i Leading Clothier CUT GLASS We are sole agents for Libby and Cut Glass New Line Just Arrived T LJ CT ET A ID s I r will longer doubt that Japans ambition not in but in the develop ment of commercial instinct and ca ot which the Japanese are be ginning to give The fiaily News also regards the agreement as tantamount to an alli ance and argues that it te ridiculous forGreat Britain to continue to chide the United States n the two standard against which It is considered necessary to build a BELL READY FOR FLIGHT Will Try Flying Machine Irt Nova Scotia Alexan der Graham the famous inventor of his experiments at Bras dOr lake with his flying as he names and is ready to make a pub lic trial of the machine this He is confidant that it will surpass the recent records made by the Wrights and Professor Bell proposes to launch his aerodrome by means tit a platform placed on two racingmotor The boatswill run Intothe outer Bras and whena speed of eighteen knots is attained the aero drome wilt be It will according to Professor soar into the air and fly away at the will of the at the The inventor de wiill be without the slightest riskto the life orlimb of the Six Men Perish In Shaft nen were suffocated to death at outside the western outskirts of De They were at work 500 feet down in a shaft Being sunk for a salt mine when the canvas tube air became clogged and the shaft filled with Lover For sev Dorrin obeyed her who forbade her marry ing him becajwe of her Hyman Smith of her and then turned the revolver on him The but her hasty lover Is In a hospital hovering S i FURS We have a large stock of Furs in Neck pieces and also Skins for OrdersFurs remodeled and First class work and material Fiirrier 9O8 State PA PARIS CIQAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes for the dressed women of Greenville puts this in the first rank as Ladies for we have the Tailor Made Suits Silk Skirts Waists Costumes Coats Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony sterling display of Neck Pieces and Muffs oi at every will please k TUBERCULOSIS SHOW IS OPENED TODAY Methods ol Fighting Disease Shown In New York New Hubercu losis show of the International tuber culosis recently held in was opened today public Governor Hughes and Mayor MCClellandeliv ering Both officials dwelt on the great importanceof the efforts being made to combat tuberculosis and predicted that the show would prove an Important factor in the internet tional war that is now being waged on the The purpose of the show Is to give a demonstration of the methods in use in this and other countries to prevent and cure The exhibit ia housed in the American of Natural History and is open to the public from 10 to and on Sunday The exhib its will remain on view six It is expected that hundreds of thou sands of persons will visit the exhibi White by far the larger number of the nearly 450 exhibitors from the United there are many from South Europe and even Ja Most of the states of the Union have separate exhibits like New York and Tiave exten sive official flanked by the exhibits of progressive antl tubercu losis sanitariums and hospi GIVES UP DEAD MarianiiiaTownpf Today f BODIES BADLY MANGLED Many Victims ot Mine Disaster Unrecognizable i ARE BROUGHT UhNFRAGMENTS Miners Say Number of Dead Ex ceeds Companys Estimate It Was the young mnn crawled effort to es cape the deadly The body of the other mail found near tlio name ulrfdrMihate man hart placed nisfaofi In a ot Which ail miners are tod to do when an explosion I is a desperate at tempt to fight OH suffocation until res From the opinion expressed by n AFTER ATHLETIC Men of In Indoor Cham pionchlpa New The Indoor ath letic championships of the Amateur Athletic union will be held In Madison Square Garden tonight and tomorrow It Is confidently expected that several records will be smashed by the athletes who have entered their names for the various Con the Irish has number of expert miners It Is evident the mine will not be cleared of vic tims for several Reports have been In circulation and more terrific explo training hard in order td get In good stott liable to occur at any condition for this event and will en Ihe company officials allege this is not rfent In his Leahy oas been Hundreds of workmen were em Marianna anna ot Pittsburg Buff alo Coal company today is still disgorging f ftioyed building the town on the hill bodies andparts bodies of the 160 tollere Who were f killed when the gi gantic the earths Interior were loosed Numbering and identlncaUonris rendered difficult because energy of the explosion was such as to rend the victims limb from scatter them about in ghastly heaps ot heads and TJ4s is Jrue only of those who were in ot Others were not BO situated were not It has Deeri necessary today in a number ot caseiln which identifica tion was established to refuse permis sion tc to view the re ot The utmost efforts ot the large force ot undertakers did not suffice to make some eft the Identi fied Tictinw sufficiently In such cases It difficult task of friends to bereaved ones to forego the long look Before This sad necessityadded There ia considerable gas izt the and there Is danger of a second OneFourth Are It Is estimated that onofouith the victims are The foreign are said to be recent arrivals in this country and their families are still in As rapidly arpassible thb work ot rescue is being fanled At short intervals men are sent into the mine for the purpose of locatingthe Owing to the dangerous gases And the mass of wreckage in the mine the work is and is being carried on with Experts Penn sylvania and West Virginia are in charge ot the work ot exploration anrl are being materially assisted by Paul and Clarence Hall of the UnHed changes ln the and flsh 3eaBOns States experimental and testing sta located at Immediately following the shock of the explosion women rushed from their homes toward the shaft from which plainly could see the smoke Issu deavor to win back his laurels from Harry who defeated him last Porter Is also as as a score ot other wellknown Mat the giant who competes for the New York wll meet some wellknown weight Last year Grata broke the record for this it is likely that he may sot up a new record this For the first time In the history of the Indoor championships the colleges will take partln the WISH SEASONS CHANGED Sportsmen Fear Effects of Drouth snd Forest able agitation is being made for overlooking the mine They dropped their tools and ran as one Man to the mine only to stand aghast and watch the weeping women and crying v Henry a inspec Alfred Beeson supsrlntend ent had Inspected the mine flye minutes They mi stepped out of the elevator and had walked 100 feet when the explo sion shot the flames into the Their lives had been saved as by a Rescuer Narrow John Cox and a man named Hamil ton were members of the flrtst rescuing party to enter ithe They are ex perts and wore the oxygen helmets provided by the United States labora tory and testing station at These two men explored the mine along the main entry for a distance of where further progress was blocked H was necessary to remove this debris before the workings lii which most of the men were emr ployed could be i It is the poignancy of of thbsa who have enteredthe VERIBEST RUBBER thicker coating than any other Rubber Rooflng on the Noth IBS regerdlesrf of Needs no Qfff OUR but it wae a stern necessity of the Following are the namesofthose identified thus far OPrank John John Frank Mike John Wil liam Michael Domi nick Michael Owen James Rich ard Samuel Don Bunierau George George a negro William Russe William ftreboss Contradictory Statements Two hundred and fortyfour men went to work and only one was res etted said me man who gave out the checta to at the Marianna He made this declara tion positively In response to a state ment made that John presi dent of the PittoburgBuffalo Btll1 adhered to his original estimate ot 120 men in the One hundred and twenty men are in the mine and that IB declared John I still irtrtst that there Were not 288 men There are at least 160 miners dead in the Marianna declared a trustworthy man who has been in charge of a rescuing a few min utes after Jones had said There are 138 men dead in the shat tered said a mine He Is a member of the company and knew that John Jones still Insisted the ot victimswas There Is no certainty aa to the number in the This prob abiy never will be as some of the bodies may ihaveaheen burned to Of the fiftytwo ibbdles recov ered forty had been taken into the temporary morgue in a bowling Preparations were made to place bod ies that yet may be found on the sec ond floor of the bowling alley Speaking of the explosion Deputy State Mine Inspector Henry Louthitt said Statement of I been in the mine for the last two I was in NjL 2 shaft less than thirty minutes bsforp the explo I had tested the cage and the safety valves and was going to look at the engine at the surface when the explosion The mine was In perfect with some but no mines contain but here 1 made a thorough inspection and found uo accumulation in any I cannot advance any theory as the causa of the I have rbeen in every part of the mine the last two days and carried a safety lamp same as the There is a well Ii the ter but It Is surrounded by earth and coal tor a fiftyfoot radius and I do not the explosion resulted from mine that the lives of the men were enuffed out almost Instantly by the deadly vapora followeil the explo the men their wot evou M Jpbn a couslu of John presWent of the Ooal was Hamilton making the explo ration of themain entry almost lost his His helmet was not properly it is and he Inhaled BO much of the deadly gas through which he and were passIng that he was overcome before he realized his dan Cox noticed the condition of his companion and partly carried and ipartly dragged him back to the foot of the a dfstancja of 760 where he signaled those above to low er a bucket in which both men were taken to the Was Model Mining the scene of the Is a new mining town in Washington nine miles wast of Mononga hela was laid out and built by the PittsburgBuffaloOoal company with a view of making it a model min ing town inevery To further this purpose President Jones and Gen eral Jfanagor David before beginning actual made a tour of Great Germany and France to study mining methods there and in the plans finally adopted Incor porated every modern device and fea ture found in the mines in these countries that could be aipplied local conditions to provide for the safety and comfort of the The same Idea was carriecTout in the town The houses erected for the miners are of a far better qual ity than ever before constructed for a mining community and they contain conveniences heretofore iinthpught of In connection with miners each housf Including among its conveni ences at least one An exceptionally good class of min ers was secured for the new many of them being either Americans or English LEAV1TT He Wife Never Even Hinted at whose wife IB the daughter of William Jen nings announced that there was no truth lu the statement that di vorce proceedings were My he haa never even hinted at such a either In her letters or Dispatches from pub state that Bryan is sending a lawyer to Paris to for a because of the drought and forest flres anil steps will be taken within a short time to have a conference held by sportsmen with an Idea of bringing the matterbefore the legisla It Is understood that number of state officials are Interested In tltn movement because of reports received as to the scarcity ofyoung fish and the ravages of NORD ALEXIS IN SAD STRAITS Haitian Rebels Defeat His Army Decisively ADVANCING UPON THE CAPITAL American Officials Stationed at That Island of Constant Turmoil Tike Steps to Protect American From Damage at the of the Pop and Their Forces Well Armed and Alexis Buying Old American Springfield Port au rcvo under command o General Antolne the former commander of the department ot the follow ing up their victory over the govern ment forces at a are push Ing on to Port au They hayo driven back the government troops many miles and have seized the towns of Miragoane wi Petit It Is be MAKES WAY FOR ROOT Woodruff Withdraws as Candidate For 1 United States Hot chairman of the New York Republican stale has eliminated himself from the senatorial race in favor of Secretary ot Slate This action was tafcen after a pro tracted conference with Taft and was followed by statements both Taift and Aside from these each of which concedes the election of Root to succeed Senator Plait on no details of the were Tatt said I can only say that I am very much pleased at the atti tude that Governor has taken He has been moved by earnest desire party haraiony to gTatHude of the RepublfftSns of New Yorlt at large for making as certain as pos sible that such a statesman as Rootwill be chosen to th state York In the I ani personally very much now that I have had to give purpose to continue the that I shall have the support and assistance which he will render to the with his great abil ity and his knowledge of governmental I am froni what I that the action of Woodruff and the election of Root will conduce to great harmony among the Republi cans in New York and will strengthen the PRESIDENT NORD lievod that General Selestln minister of who took refuge la the German consulate at the former is Btlll but it is feared that there will be many of Haltalns to the revolutionary United States Minister Purniss at Port au a dispatch to the state connrms the ipress reports about the defeat of the goverctneat troops at Anse a The cruiser Moinea has been ordered from Quanta namo to Port au state TAFT NOW A TEETOTALER PresidentElect Says He Will Never Drink Wine Hot ment was made at a small dinner here on the fact that Tatts wine glass was turned and its going to stay turned he I am not going to drink anything 16 Years Mont former cashier of the Alle gheny National bank of has begun at the Western penitentiary the service of the flfteenyear sentence imw posed upon him by Judge Young In United States court for violation of thebanking Haitian Situation has reached an acute that PresidentNord Alexiss ministers are asking him to resign and enter into terms with Gen eral Antolne leader of the In Minister Furnlss stated that the revolutionists are marching on the capitaland that many government sol diers have deserted and joined the ranks of the He strongly advised the necessity for foreign war Commander Hood of the cruiser coma sent a report to the navy depart ment that the province of Aux Cayes is in the hands of army numbering 5 weK supplied with The revoliillonlsrj have captured Mlrngonixj and TheTacoma will remain at Port nn Prince to protect the Amercnn tion and the lives and property of for eign BUYING OLD GUNS Halt Discarded to Shoot ClriclnnaUi Haitian government is negotiating with a Cin cinnati firm for the purchase of Springfield rifles with which to sup press the in thajt It the negotiations are completed two million cartridges wttl be shipped with Che The Cincinnati firm purchased the rifles from the United States govern Tliey are obsolete so far as this government is having been discarded by the militia regiments the regular for more modern COLDS CURED in One Day THROUGHJCY RIVER Foreigner to Escape Aftjr Stabbing In a rel at Bteeltou Mike stabbed MaSterlcii in the stomach and escape officers ranMnto 1fte Notwithatandjnjthj river Is a that and wftterja Hunyons Cold Eeinedy relievea the throat and luues aUaost Checks Stops Dischargee of the takes away all and paiua causwi by It cures Grip and obdtJnate Coughs and pre veot8 Pne Sold b Strong Testimony from Wellknown People 10 Twelfth I have used Munyons Cold Core ontt ooniuler It a grwt and can safely rooommiud it to all eufferereof and never without this rem i aud oootlder It a boiue It never feus to H you UM my Cold Rtnedy Md I wUlrtlund MM4rft l J f 1
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