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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: December 1, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                I 31 tfwwi 1 f PRICB PER gL W jM JAP ROSE SOAP rjeet for the Years required to i Wh which do peri w OWfk fPOCfeM9 V T CAMMOT BE VERYFEWBODIES IDENTIFIED Opportunity is aald to knpcK but once But you haves to open an nccoujit with thU tuuik sli days ont ot f Tftt you ot your you wljj be luMi prwenta Hartog bank account helps FARMERS A MfeRCHANTf V OVERCOAT ovetffiOATis Special Prices On Get In ABE The Leading Clothier liye to Some Eat to But Bat or Or live or Eat Eat here and live CITY RESTAURANT FURS fL have large stock of lurs in Neck pleces ajid Mtffrt also Skins for Purs remodeled andf First class work and piaterial Furrier 909 state PARE CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes well dressed wojnen of Qreenyille puts this the first rank as Ladies for we have the Tailor Made Suits Skirts Waists Opera Coats Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony Our sterling display of Neck Pieces and Muffs ill ot at every will please MiW Mine Victims Are Mangled Beyond Recognition 132 CORPSES ARE RECOVERED t j And ButThirty of Have So Far day There Still More In SomeNn 8lght dnd Some ProbaBly Burled Under of Harrowing Are Being Enact at Temporary Morgue Morbid Sightseers Shut work of bringing bodies out of the mine still continues Up to 10 oclock this morning 132 had brought to the of which oniy ihlrty have been positively The men engaged In the relief work aay that ttteeu to twentydive bodies ore In sight In the This dqea not Juto account the bodies buried under Uhe falls thrown down by the H Is not doubted that there IB a of these Mine Inspector Uouthlu and the pfirtB agree that the mine has been qiilte badly wrecked In spots and that It take to get at any bodies that might be under these falls of FraHi to ifhe bodies are being rushedfrom to which they are on being removed from the mine anywhere they are prepared bur the a group being hur red down in a box car as quickly as they can be made It la here real horror and misery is being The bodies victims are he flmt what le to be a bowl and billiard atit he doors ot wtrtch two in embers of the state con stabulary stand guard to keep out the mob that has been here ever since tha first body was brought Outelde women are weeping the silent tears they may have shed be fore When none could but the loud the calling on ths husband by came is And now and then from the darkness there comes a low moan as of someone in and wiren you approach the spot there is another of the wearing lio covering on Mvlng nothing about her but her house Trfotect her from the caring for nothing but her grief Computing the About each is a little of brother of the dead man or of a relatlveby a friend with whom they came to the new country whom Very sought better things in this new town whose fathe has come with They all tell stories much who are doing their best to comfort the men coming here a week or two weeks or a month of In pnly two days before the after long of men whoso first the great new mine was their then to this is added the fact that they will never knowWhich one of those tightly wrapped bundles contains the frag ments that were a husband or a broth There are many such just as there have been more than one case where a check number was dls covered by a relative of the manwho carried all that can be found Is the One such case la that of Steve Ber vJho came here weeks ago from He was a miner ot experience planned to set tie here and bring from the old coun try his Wile and two cnijdren of six a04 three Find Check But No His two George and Nich came up from Carrick and got his but could fiud no trace of what was left of thejr broth ers The check been dropped to the floor of house when the dismembered body was taken to the washing andthe body later could not bo picked out from Theife are many such pf lost and consequently of lost but of bodies thwt never will be And Jtbls Heems the eleri of miiuli pf the womans or they crave the vltlfnl Tomrort of look ing on their HUFJE Takes OfflceTodayasSuccessor of Secretary Metcan EBELS WftlNIT HftTIEN CAPITAL Business Panic Stricken to day the navy ot the United States has HflD iii CVIC UK UCDUC a new official He Is Truman H nUnU ALCAlO KCtrd nld nuVIt Newberry formerly as sistant secretary of the who has acted as secretary since the retiring Victor of was Incapacitated by 1 The homfe of ihk fleasecretary te In Detroit H is very having Inherited B large fortune from ORVILLE WRIGHT EIGHT NEW OFFICIAL IS GOING ABROAD WILL SUPrlAST FOUR J i Will Relieve His Brother Wilbur Congress Expected fo Heniedcl In European Tests the Posloftice Department SECRETARY his and many railroads and He la a graduate of Yale Aged President Will Be Able to Repulse Revolutionists Un der General But Not Share This Sweep All In March on Capitaland Today Vre But Few Miles Ex peeled Port au Dec the revolutionary Is within a Jnlles of Port au Prince and It Is ex pected that by tomorrow or Thuradaj It will figuratively knock ing at the feeling ot Impeudlng disaster has taken possession of tho Up to the present the Insurgents have swept alt before The government losses at Anse u Veau and the lout of the loyal tioops have caused consternation among the officials of the with possl Wy the sole exception of Piesldent Nbrd Every effort to have him take himself out of the country has proved a and the ngod presU who has faced many revolutions announces his determination to fight to the j lit may be that President Ajexla feels the confidence he expresses In his abil ity to check the advancing arSnyof the but the residents ot Port au Prince cei tainly are not of the same mind Many tof ihemare pauiostrlck j gaeai majority of the na Newberryhas been Interested In tivos closed ahuttared their naval affairs for many He waa Business houses of the organizers of the Michigan t put bars the dopiand windows atate naval acting as Pf their Is un man in 1895 and lieutenant andnav1 easy feeling among the foreigners not IgUor In ile obtained a com1 wltbstajidng the piDseiica In the har In the United States navy bar of the wai ships of United Heotenaut in and served States and from which forces throughout the SpanishAmerican war unquestionably will be landed If the oa the Newberry was insurgents succeed fn passing the gatea of clty sign of and pillage KUgs of dif nations are flyhiR from the many of the resi appointed assistant secretary of the navy by President Roosevelt In Second In Sat the position of aaslstaii secretary of the Saliterlee is a Republi can been Identified with haval matters tar Batteries was born in 1SG3 and is a son inlaw of Pierpont ENGINEEH5 STRIKE BIUEKS Hli Attends Funeral of Her The body of Barbara mother Of Herman Hll condemned to die Chicago on 11 for the niunler of was placed in the grave pre pared in Harvard Grove Tho home of the wlio died of sorrow at tlie prospect of the hanging of her was crowded with sympa thizing Vlttle Edna grandchild of the deed woman and daughter of the man contlomned 10 was the glne tlQwn and wt under the Beaming to realise the tragedy that will Happen to her x theetpjraUou of cosim Pennsylvania Employes on Weil Have a GrlevaneeX 1 serious con troveray has arisen between the Broth d of LocomotiveEngineers and the Pennsylvania railroad affectlng particularly the lines west of Pitts Thexdetalls of the differences between the membership of the order and the railway company pre sented to Chairman Knapp of the inter state commerce commission and comissloner of who con stitute the general board of mediation under the Erdman The engineers desire official recog nition of their general hoard of ad justment In the settlement of any grievances that may between the members of the order and the road The men complain that when they take up grievances the division superlptepdents they get no satisfaction as a their complaints come to So serious has the become that a strike vote now is being taken by tTie engineers of the lines west of If the vote should be in favor of a the Indications are that It will according to some of the men situation will very With a view to averting the Impending trouble the members of the general board of ad justment of the headed by Grand Chief Warrpn Stone and Assistant Grand Chief Fred came to Washington to lay their case before the board of The confer ence with Chairman Kriapy and Corn misstonerNelll lasted about two Following this conference General Manager Peck oftae Pennsylva nia west of Pklsburg presented to the of mediation the railway side of the the members of the board of mediation nor Hhe at IKberty to make thedotallH pf the con ference public at tills It is prob that the conferences will Jasl for cr three Until some definite is reached no announce ment will be made by either the country upon whom the I clfy depends for Its have fled precipitately and refuse to I Tne is so jrave that an official convoking the chambers lit extraordi nary session so measures may be taken to preserve the government or at least to effect a compromise with the revolutionary Theie is great fear ihat the disaffected body of Haltiens Inthis city might take up arms for the overthrow of the govern bqhig fore has taken precautions against this President sus pecting the loyalty of General the chief of sent him out on special while General who alfiAjs one of the chief no lice has been replaced by Gen erallHyaclnthe For BRIDGE DYNAMITED Another explosion ft land Under abutment of the recently completed and take Erie lift Jpcated in the was badly by a dyna mile Traffic over the struc ture has been stoppoj an ev amination The bridge jraa construct ed by nonunion It IB Within a year time been hall a dozen on in Cleveland pf which have been attributed mfwQ police tg labor I W CASED HIS CONSCIENCE After Forty Years Kansan Makes Rec titution of IllGotten that bis welfare is at contractor at has sent to the clerk of the Larorte county circuit court a draft for prlnul of a sum which ho says he collected wrongfully from porte county forty years Accom panying the draft was the following letter About foi ty years afea when a meri I obtained a bounty wrongfully oil seven fox and 1 now want ti make as I believe my eter nal welfare Is at I received which at 6 per cent Interest for forty years amounts to for which I inclose a The amount was credited to the bounty fund and marked conscience DRIVER ANDJHORSES DROWN fn Takes Wrong Turn and Plunges Into Decv Driving along u country road in Inky Leroy ftge thfrty of driver for Lumber with his wagon and of plunged oft a litgh embankment Into the lake at He and both horses were drowned in fifteen feet of 4 swdm of forty feet would have saved but he sank after having covered but half that Brent had been working for the lurutter com pany at Poland hauling the darkness he missed the right road and took another leading to the top of the en baukment over the and Mapter At a mining town forty miles from Tony Qenko was burned to death tu A gas explosion after t la llaa retired started thu tta its getter with said to hftVw Ijeeu under the Wing who has been confined to his home here since his arrivalfrom the hospi at Fort My has so far recov ered that he announces his Intention to Visit France at Wright Is out of tho to think outdoor flights at Fort Myer during the winter In France the conditions are and I willgo there and relieve my brother who wllJ come I hope that the work aibroad will per mit me to close up our foreign busi ness and follow Wilbur In a few I have not the slightest fear of a repetition of such an accident as that at Fort as such a contin gency has provided againstin our later It takes accidents like this to reveal defects which we can then DETECTIVE KlLLbl ARMER at Threaten to the killing of C age on his place near Marlon by a railroad 11 Is mobs fornled on the streets and to Alynch who had Curry had a warrant for Jackson charging the latter wtth stealing When he attempted to serve It an nrj gujnent arose In the wheiej Curry found Jackson and his Curry claims Jackson lushed up on I hihl with a corn Then he fired tfaree killing Curry Walked back to and Informed the who smuggled him out of the city and took him to Delaware for The crowds persed by the officers four of assistant postmaster general wH be a director of posts 1 seven assistants provided for and entire postal service of the tJnltei States Into fifteen separate districts It the bill providing for the revision ofthe postal laws which Is Ing prepared by the Joint postal ifl vestlgation commission ot congress ip pointeb years ago Is passed by v l It Is claimed that a director of appointed to hold office until removed for cause and who shall receive a high will tend to Improve the serv ice through a continuity ot policies fop the benefit of thevposta1 By provides for seven assistants to thr director of posts the members of the commission ibefleve that the disad vantages doe to frequent changes and the appointment of Inexperienced men to the four offices of assistant liost raaster general can be The69 assistant directors according to n the ot the also to office during good The master general would continue executive head of the r Ohio lull OWo SERVICE IMPROVED StUe Railroad Commliclon Obtains Minor ConccMlona From state rail road commission has secured from the Pennsylvania Railroad company tho revocation of an order refusing to haul tallow In less than carload Tha complaint was made by Mordotf light cars on sale 25 to 40 cents 6.10@fi.40 6 tidy fresh cowa and common to i 1J Sheep ftnd market 5 cents ilgher on SO cents higher on Prime Weth good fair culla ftSd veal heavy and extremely light 2S double decks market ruled actlv prices from to 30 cents s 1 Prime heaVy medluini Sons of CUes In respouee to a complaint by Farrell of Somerset commission secured from the Increase of number ot trains and extension of service on a branch line running tween Boswell and This Is the first complaint of the kind to be adjusted In the western Jmrt of the state and is effective this Reading Has Typhoid aro 300 I hold fever in tils ftccO tliiig to rapidly fudfng fair and VVeiterir Rain andmuch colder1 clJId wave at night riei and continued cold tp northwest s In rain or In north portjon cold wave at night fair and cold ex cept mow fiurrlet In northeait tlon to northwest THE WAY OUT OF The Slough of Sickness is so pUin and within inch taqr all who tuffer sluggish torpi4 weak or may quickly find the way out to and are the ane and safe guide out of the ilough of bile sick impoverished sleeplewnew and melr For over fifty tp neri women in every part of the Beechams have extended The Helping Handtp r t A fi   

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