Greenville Evening Record, December 5, 1908

Greenville Evening Record

December 05, 1908

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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania i n PRICE 2CBNT8 PER J6REEMENT Board Of Mediation Secures An Amicable Adjustment Of Penn sylvania Lines Labor Trouble COOTH soto Btago Equipment of Famous Actor Brings Small i Now hundred aad fifty of the theatrical ward1 robe of Edwin tho and nearly as mojiy pieces of furniture and bricabrac from his collection wei 9 auction Scarcely a bun drod people were present at the sale sad thepVices paid for the various ar ticles were considered A pair of Shy lock scales brought a Mttle Shy lock bag with and Shy lock often sharp atage on the Borne handsome robes brought fair A Richard Third waa bought for his steel coat of with i27fcrutns in deerskin Save for a Hamlet which was evidently greatly desired and Brought nu merous wigs were disposed of at only 50 centa The collections were sold by Edwin Booth the tragedians ALLHANDSLOST WITH 800 CITY Wwktfi Brtnis Tragic Km Ntotof Stwinsllp WRECKED HI TERRIBLE STORM STRIKE IS AVERTED Pennsylvania and JManafa mont Hoaeh an avA successful iaaue of the conference between rap rosentatives of the Brotherhood of Lo comotive Engineers and of Penn sylvania railroad lines of Pitta burg and tbe board of con slating of Chairman Kaapp of the in torstato commerce commission and Charles commissioner of la baa boon x An agiwemoat proposed by the board at mediation waa accepted by Ooneral Manager Peck of the Pennsylva nia lines and by the board ot adjust Blent of tho Brotherhood ot live Satisfaction waa emVessel on the Great went down pressed by both sides to tho her crew in the midst of the gale versy at the settlement agreed upon j that lashed tho Newfoundland coast and the agreement was exchanged be Oale That Whipped Coast of New foundland and cautM i Mourning In Warty a Sallora Believed to Have Done Wor the Steamer Boa City and All on Cabin and and BUteen Life Pro earvera Bearing Vestals Name Drift1 Aahore at Capo which Ashore at Cape Ray leaves little room doubt that tlia sturdy little steamer Boo which for twenty years plied as an excursion tween the parties to the controversy in JOBS IN DANGER Will If Continued Tan Close Great Phila delphia and Reading Coal and Iron company hasposted notices that un less there are heavy rains within the next ten days all tho collieries in this will be forced to close down for an Indefinite Tho Suaque hanita company Will likely Issue a aim liar Ten thousand men are employed bythe two companies to the local Will star W umtll the eoto come and4fcem The Advaneo Argus new Leather aalo OLD fEUD RENEWED Chrlatlana of Carolina lalanda Would Slay Each official dispatch the commander of the German gunboat dated Caro line describes conditions at Ponape that threaten to break out at any moment into religious The Protestant natives are arrayed agmlnst their Catholic and they have divided into two Armed There are about 800 rifles in tko hands of the pppoalng An actual conflict had been prevented up to the present time by 100 who have been aided by the prosopca ot the The gunboat will atay at Poname until trouble la MMMMMMMIttMX OVERCOATS OVERCOATS Special Prices Qii Get In Early ABE The Leading Clothier or two days this The steamer was in command ot Captain John Dillon of who was formerly commander of the United States gov ernment transport A wife and three small children await his re turn The exact number of the rew is in It is that no fewer than eighteen men were on and it has been reported that the crew was recently increased to twentyeight Tho Soo City was recently sold by the Indiana Trauiiportartion company to Felix Jackson of and was toing taken to Now where it had boon planned to put her In serv loo between that city and Texan She carried no She was to be flrat overhauled in Now York and for that purpose had been consigned to Agent Franklin of New The Soo Otty sailed from Michigan CHy 1 and reached At that port she took on coal and added feur men to her Up to that time the steamer waa In charge ot Captain of tout at the was turned over to Captain She waa laut reported at Que boc A week when noth ing had been much anxiety waa felt and on Wednesday last tho vessel listed 6jr the Maritime exchange among th4 Tbesteainert first mate Casey of attack cabin and life came These all bore the name Soo or other identifying them as be longing the During the day life deck boards and other gear unquestionably belonging to the steamer was washed CITY Grand Jury Says Fraud Ruled in iaries SMAGEITTACK ON UNCLE JOE Assails STOP THE WASTE Geologist White Warns Pittsburg Of Impending Disaster Unless Halt is Catted vfe RETOfiNS mY INDICTMENTS Presentment Sets Statt of Af fairs Characterized as Repeaters Voted in Platoons With Connivance of Election Extent of Fraudulent Voting Bo Qreat That Jury Does Not Feel Able to Deal Adequately With Voting Machines SrrTf he ballots of long residents of of temporary of the insane and even tho dead were cist In the primary election of August In Repeaters voted in platoons with the connivance of iTvilfully unseeing Judges clerks of and rampant to an extent hitherto unknown In rendered the recent party nominations morally These and other startling allegations are made in the report to the grand which after several weeks of SOME live to Some Eat to Bur Eat or Or live or Eat here and live CITY RESTAURANT FURS We have a large stock of Fursin pieces and also Skins for remodekd and First class work and material Furrier 9OQ State j CHINESE EMPRESS SENDS MANY GIFTS Nicholas a daughter of Prealdent has been presented with a beautiful pair of jeweled the gift of the 4ate empress dowager ot to whom she paid a visit dur ing her trip with the party of officials and friends taken by Sacretary Taft to the Philippines some years Tho presentation waa matte by Tong Shoa the special Prince Tail Pit anil two called by at tho bong worth Ixwgworth waa married tho ompresa dowager aent bar a pair of handsome gold earrings There are also some presents for while to president are to be given several hundred vol ot Chinese Hterature printed in the Chinese language and handsomely These It Is uitl mately find their way in the library of PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenyille puts this store in the first rank as Ladies tor we have the delving into chargea of Chicagos firtt primaries and returning eightyone indictments against two jcore or more of politicians and adJourned1 The investigation owing to physical merely scratched the surface of the to the and doubt la expressed that there has been an hon est cKy or general election in Chicago In v The findings of the Inquisitorial body characterize the primary election as a disgrace to the Voting machines are urgently advised as step in a remedial direction and a wider appll cation of civil It Is stated that while the Jury cannot affirm that no frauds were perpetrated by civil serv ice It Is significant that the inquisitors found On the other hand the report remarks the j fact that although the police were near ovory polling htioth the Investigators received no aid from them In seeking to fasten responsibility for the condl tlona which TOOK wHirroLEFTX Huaband Follows Wife to Grave by Taking Carbolic did not take all of K and I win finish were the words of William Shorts of aa be drained the con tents of a bottle of carbolic acid a few after his Kittle had committed Both died de Vita desperate by physicians to aava their The authorities ba Uave Shorts compelled the wife to drink Bio The couple quarreled whan Shorts bad the woman arreatod in company with an alleged former Shorts two years ago shot hia Anna and served a term In the Ohio That It Waa DM to Speaker Cannon That Our Armod With Obsolete Bent Against Bpanlarda Armed With Mod ern Deaths of Many Soldiers at Bpaakera Protection of New England Forests Waa Prevented by Undo In a most vitriolic practically charging the speaker with the deaths of mang who perished in the Spanish Governor Curtis Guild of Massachusetts has contributed an Too to the England Citing Cannons record In the war he draws a parallel for Suggestion of niailgn Influence on part of the speaker of the house has rarely UeDii by thu ven omous Governor Guild oya of Cannons war recoid Massachusfclta ieg inent of lf at and ours are iirst state in anationai the black powder and obsolese riflea at a Sjnnlsh enemy armed with smokelesa powdpr They Uie Ing but the enemy is beyond the thdir Congress for years haa refused thaappiopnatlon needed for the proper equipment of tho national guard and an infatuated speak baa pivveuted action on an emergency bill for arms and ammunition until it la too Not on the hands of a president who has dprfe nqr oh thWe of a secretary of who by pleading hia own private ifets the needed guns and Oh the hands of congress and the speaker who lots his jealousy ot the president stifle his love of a the blood of those dead volunteers for their country speakers as a waster of England is tre DUTCH SKIRT THE COAST Ships to But Commit No Act of Having been unable to obtain an amicable settle ment of outstandingdifferences with Netherlands govern ment has begun a naval demonstration off coast pi the South American re and since Wednesday vessels flying tbe Dutch flag have steamed along the coast from Puerto Cabello to La Guaira at a distance of yards from the The battleship Jacob Van Heemskerk and the cruisers Gel derland and Frlesland are engaged in the it la will continue mdeft nil The Jacob Van Heemskerk arrlyed here this bringing the above The two cruisers had proceeded to It waa though the officers observed secrecy concern ing the movements of the The Heemskerk will relieve the GelderlAud at Maracalbo WARNED MEET TO DISCUSS STATE Of FARM LIFE Waate of Fuel Must Coato OP trial Supremacy Will Stop Taeefc two words make up the remedy if applied vigorously to Pitta burgs immense commercial will indefinitely industrial This is the gist of a atatenwat made by state geologlat West In an address before the American Mining by means of that the Pmsburg district la not so rich in coal as official estimatn have made but rather barren of tho better grades of coal in a district am bracing most of Allegheny a large portion of all of Greene and Western Fay as well aa Southern Beaver coun said the is a moat serious problem to the citizens of Pitts Instead of the estimate toy Unit ed States Geologist Campbell that the coal In the Pittsburg district will last from 150 to 200 it will last only 60 years and some metnb of this audience will see its No rata New England are choked wtth New JSnglaad har bors with the arid smoke of forest New England shrunk to small threads of leave neclU of sewage and thespawV of all diseases on their Year after year congress and the speaker have been forewarned of what might Year after year the national government has turned a deaf Millions for the runways of the Irrigation streams for the not a Cent for forest reserves at the head of New England rivers to save the water supply and water power of New And if the mills stop and the cattle sicken and the children die the guilt shall again be at the not of the who has done his nor at tbe of the al who has given all his ergy to but at the door finish tbe parallel as you reach ing here from all parts of the United States numerous responses have been made to Roosevelts reecnt Invitation to the farmers and others interested in rural life to meet today to discuss the move ment to better the life of the farmer and his The meetings are one of the results of the recent appoint ment the national commission to Investigate tho conditions surrounding life on the According to the plans of the presi todays meetings include not alone but in his own all fliose who live in the open country and intimately connected with those who do farm of Senator So Adjudged ky Commiatlon and Now Stewart a former councilman and aon Of the late UnKed States Senator Calrtn Brioe of attar a hearing batoro a commission and a sheriffs declared and incapable of man aging hia Brlce was but waa not placed on the wltaoaa wore pat to but he aeemod not to uudaialaaJ property found 07 tha Jury to toe worth for wellknown on waa born la waa gaduated from Harvard in UUft served through tho Spdilatt dalving tha rank of MARIANI DIVORCED Daughter of Mayor Tom Johnson Charged Elizabeth Johnson daughter of Tom has obtained a di vorce from Frederico Marian of New a pla Maiianl testified that her hus band had never supported her from the stfe was married to him In at the home ot tho Shortly afterward the pair went to New York to In a few months they all men and women whose life work Is done either on the farm or in connection with the lite work of those who are on Mie In his letter Halley of the country life commission the president suggested that the Bchoolhouses would be the natural and proper meeting places for the proposed Tlielr he should be the discussion of such topics as The Efficiency of the Rural Farmers The Question of Farm Tho Need of Good Improved Postal Sanitary Condi tions on the Much Wood It tnkoo about of wood a year to moke the that go through tho proaaoa of Now York city Now Boata While the tonnage of the fleet of tho Great Lakes la the num ber of craft la owing to the greater capacity ot the newer SHORT METRE NEWS Tailor Made Suits Silk Skirts Waists 1 Costumes Opera Coats Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony s Our sterling display of Neck Pieces and in all kinds ot at every will please T Brick John a negro was killed by being struck on the head with a brick that fell from the fourth story of a Chicago Grain bulls gave moderate support to the local wheat market today and aa a result prices for the fourth consecutive day soared to new high record marks for the sea May advancing to 111 and July to M tho aamo time tho December delivery equalled the provtoua high point of Tho waa steady at alnaat yaatordaya final Cora ant proTtalona closed steady and oats December options closed Gets Cum who is ac cused of forgeries in Johnotewn and other was ar rested hore as he was procuring a packot of checks which he had ordered painted with the name of a York Cruiser United SUtes cruiser which has tfeen aground on Hen and ChlcKecs ahoals in Buzcard8 bay for ten has WPATH1B Waal fair Sat urday and bra alaudy and Imtw naar i lataai fair Partly Saturday iHlfjr Two ChUdTerTDTe Marked Ing the mysterious of his two daughters by William He was arrested here charged with McBrooms Ola years died In great agony from some unknown y y Trolley TJnTTKd Maihanoy Pa of a scarcity of water the Schuylktll Traction which operates about forty miles of trolley line in tbe Mabanoy Shenandoah drew the fires from unatr tho toilers Its big fawer plant at Glrardvllle and auapondod operatloae until rain Them Ma baan a larwlBttaaM to tiU of tmn thTport of Now fork during jaaf it tBA ai rato of laatH Uuoofh Inunlivatt TI Took Nothing But bushels of firstclass moat of H were uncovered by hunters In a seclud ed spot on farm of David northwest of Checks and money orders were tha thiaf ax only Abandon McKinlay 6 Presi dontelect Taft ia unable to accept an InTTtaXlon to bo guoat of honor at tho birthday calatoration for tbo late Praal dent ItcKinler tha Canton McKlnley club has abandoned its celebration un til Tha presidentelect baa saat thoyorganlsatlon a letter acknowl racolpt of the Invitation buUI Richart To buy yourself or boy a Suit or We will sell for a few days all and Overcoats and Raincoats in latest shades of blacks and blues at JflTLLUOO SEE OUR WINDOWS t Successors to Bennlnghoff 6V Company w f 2t i i if iS i i iv Harvey Age Placed on Trial For Mothef a 1 oclock this boy waa standing in the doorway of his home with his arm around hta who talking to a neigh bor half an hour later Hazel wasfound This is one of the of attorney for Harvey age on trial for tho murder of faia mother and for whom it la hoped to prove that while he loved hia mother ho waa a victim ot adoles cent After four days the jury in this case waa filled aad tho fight for me life jf tho matricide la now Father and aon may be arrayed against each other later In the maa lav mechanic of the Shore Line rail husband of the slain found the and gave toe He wll probably be one of tho flrat The la standing by hia ;

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