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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: December 28, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                J Tlut itpVt od Jncapal mcompetttocy into sue iblt irt one into It it dnij get without v s iL tnd attd what He mail Hands for he Sfor whtt he j day in the advertising world Another day and has to be taken care of with the tame energy at its u hat a gnoit of a Adjrertbing doesnt tain the place of fcusi nets talent or butincM Jt timply teUt whafthe itjsmawigei The tnob whose lather who is content to live on what was kandid to him Mowf he faildyor What makes you think that you are entitled tte prosper as well as a competitor who vdrkf twie hard for his prosperity Wiy should as many people come to yovr Store as patronize a shop that makes an endeavor to get their trade and showt them that it ir while to conie to its doors Orlt favor 2 ta bfr fFVf SWSK 3 8EWMID TOITILY Worlds Sympathy Is AroHsed NEED MOST DESPERATE all Taa apwole ay tna raiaad Maport klUkd aM CO 01 TELLS Of KNOX PUtt 4H tlM BeeMhUAaater Mtktbera tf the WgeStrlb jgeftt SaMMlay atxt t Tatt A MMMM kt kejd fatardayVioJlowing tae oan ouaca off ataatora aad taehojtfe that tturion bai let Ur kaown tbat he h entirety MtiMtd with the pratraea Ma eanpalca and tbat he is not coarlBoedor tkt elty otlBtpoelnf a choice on the letta latlre ten In M tat tint aerMr tbe BOB tsraura IT around Ilka toot al ttwr raa tnroagu itailV cruihvd to and tw took for broth tka tottariag where they aoon met tka fatajf Already Brttuh and RuMiah tquad arrived at Sallorj tad marlaaa beqo dtaf mbarked and they havi Mrtormed the Injured aid re moving the A lane number of hare4eea trabiferred to the walcb are tranitocmeJ Into It la Wperatlte tbat MM dead be rwaarad from tat Ui order Ut a Steam ftremen anirtd ft Meulaa Rob if Jan ttaqMfarlly tit hundred thou Catted Senator ForaketxkM already aanoaneed Maaelt M pppoaitt a ind Warrea awtber 6andliMtt for aletf taken an opporial laarlag tkt Tan at alone la Wefir demand for a eaa Bartoa baa net aald that to dtctilre conference will be held ft Why should a newspaper send as many x tomers to time it took to fiH an establishment which advertised twice as long and paid twice as muck for its publicity This is the day when the best man wins after he proves that he ntjje best the best store when it has shown that it h the best the best win after theyve been demonstrated to be best I you want the plum you cant get itVy lying under the tree with your mouth open wafting for it to many other men are witoh to climb out on the limb and risk their necf in their eagerness to get it away from It is a mans hanging on and tugging and straining all the time to and keep It is the finite pretssionof the law of competition which sits in blindfolded justice over the markets of the Trlbaat 7 PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles More tkan tver tt tkat tkt ooatett to o taken to tkt floor tkt this turn of aCaiM la particularly to SeMttor attrtnde of alltnct has been dltconoerting ft hit Senator ftoaker de clared In tbe fight to win althougBHe la credited holding only from eight to twelve of the alne tyone votes on Joiat fromtbe tor Foraker continues to deny tbat he wflt receive Democratic and says Democrats may vote for one of tbe other but not for The forces say tbat tbe senatorial contest ultimately will re solve Itself into a choice between Sen ator Foraker and 20 KILLED IN FIGHT Caatro Adherenta Reelat Landing of From Gunboat of There baa been lighting at on tbe Veaeiuelan coaaW between ad of former Preildent Castro and tbe crew of a gunboat working in tbe of tbe new Juan twenty men were killed and wounde1Tke Gomez party other Italy overwhelmed tbe en tire Calabrian region laid la tke record so far as Is at present known from tba tkat are coning into Tke death lut la from UMM0 to GQ0M tkat of to1 wttk Ita adjacent Inoladta almost At Palmi art reported 4tatfT at at and tkt population about The Monte refiooAis aad San Lassarcand Cannltello and all other communes and villages border ing dn tbt are In The Una and queen of Italy art now on their way to having called from Naples aboard the battleship pope shown the greatest distress at the calamity and he htmietr was tbe first to contribute a sum amounting to to the re lief of the French i warships are steaming tbe of Great Britain and Rue sla have reached and men of these ships have performed heroic service the work of Many Have It Is feared tbat many foreigners there bfcl K not King Victor Ommanuel ud tkt wko left for the scene of the reached Naples and proceed ed at oate to A large number of wv their aMjeetMt depart from aad among a number tkt station observed to king The presence of your to tbe stricken pop The king Umed akarMy upon the and aald abruptly pont talk Indicate tbat tbt geography of tbt of been so ebaaged as to cause apprehension of serlotw commercial and strategic diffi It that navigation become estremety in which case tbt fbrtllcations on which the government In recent years spent large sums will The fa mous whirlpool of It is shifted Its Oarriaen calls have been made from Rome to but these re main unanswered and fears are enter tained that Fort near Mes has been as tbe wire less station lnntaHedthere Is one of the most powerful In and evl t notwalking The cstaatrophe eicHea Ifie supefinnunyui me gnfc tlre who are running about the country calling upon all the taints and Imploring the mercy of has toeen increased ty rumor that in the general de Vbou trip to Panama Arthur engineer of tkt reclamation Washlhtfba John Allen New fOctf tMLSX mittee of Roman tbe world over to assist the survivors of the ca The pope heads tbe subscription list With It Is understood that King Victor Emmanuel will give lire foi tbe thft victims The minister of the Interior has re ceived a telegram from say ing that the of seventy English travelers and thirty Germans are bur led beneath the ruins of the hotels and Bellevue at Aak PardM For iieti tioo been aent by representa of union workmen in this vicinity to President Rooievelt asking to pardon Mltcb and who were laft week OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Of ReadyToWear Garments Commenced December 28 To the Ladies of Greenville our stock is com early and get the Our entire fcw inched in this LAI CaU and lYtdejclck have been as a number of tbe struction of Messina the statue of hotels at Messina and doubtless at other places were crowded with tour Little is known of the fate of tbe diplomatic representatives of the for eign powers stationed at these although the Italian government is us ing overy effort to relieve the anxiety felt on their There Is the gravest danger tbat a peatilence will follow the destruction of the on account of the havoc bodies will lie uaburied for days and Those who escaped many of whom are badly are making their way by the nearestplace of Their stifferlngs even now moat be they are without food or Latest reports received here state tkat soldiers la tkt various bar ratkf ft MMslna wart burled ujulae tkt Tbt owryWUi now ranee to of tkt ijdeU wrecked fbe tke cent ol tor saxax rugs Pile Persian These are splendid qual and the nearest to Orien tal Bugs in pattern and col orings Spring 1909 assortment arrived and on 18 by 27 by 36 by by 6by 9 by by StmUTTESfiflu W EBB MUROtB CASE nshM HUnq hMlHs DM Ma a servant employed In tbe family of Clayton was the first witness called today in the trial of A Florence Erb and her Mrs Catherine BelseC indicted Jointly and separately on tbe charge of murdering Captain Erb at bis Red Rose remained Tbe work of rescue at ac cording to the meager details received presented harrowing Hun dreds of persons were pinned under walls and rafters but terribly for thirty One of the rescuers found under the ruins of a house five alive but unable to clinging around the corpse of their In some cases heroic rescuers met death in the falling de In one bouse twenty persons suspended on tbe fifth floor and unable to the street because the lower bad been torn away were res cued with a rope by a Six crim inals were killed white attempting tc loot tbe Bank of where cub amounting to half a million dollars la In plain tmrraey RfvfniTflaff iwj Could see huge columns of smoke rising from the nilns of Reg Cmnnitello and Lazzaro were de President President through the secretary of cabled King Victor Emman uel an of this countrys ayropatky In fhe great disaster that hat befallen The American Red Cross over tbe signature of William has sent out an appeal their nouses to the werecaugiX for cash which will la tbe and to The Tribuua estimates tbe total country subscription aalltles In Calabria and Sicily at be1 twetn and whose tragic history bu weU orBanzed been tidal waves and war fnd competent to ad and which was the center of Mon1 be in Uwestrlal waa Lfor the rellef of the en to Flames burst forth to complete the citys destruction and to burn alive untold numbers helplessly pinioned beneath fallen walls and brok en Tbe strait of Messina shaken and twisted by the of marine tkt dead Tidal Wave Thirty Ptet A tidal wavt thirty feet bigbewept itreete of the city In tka tf IntertMlitg Char atWr Matte of Trial tf Themten Heine ta KWMifl M WHilam CtMuet tf lit ctVrt by Negre WRnttt A BMro cook IB Captain Mioole fthonVrtfiatil UU iUasM Id CUadb William whllt cat tain Hatat the Vketa the witness t4d tkt captain on bte t witness said til fefeticateA wi Annlt and that the wife of be turned 4 che told Halu that MM Mains hid tali Mr that aha loved Bitty Annlt tor TMn aM that the did not waat when she Tht oeok lurUMr taattfed that Haifa Aae tB OBO Occasion Captala JTOMf T wltaott told all ttla to fke she the Annfi uadY koat la the houM ud thM fat tie BEUTIVE3 TO RESCUE Alleged Night ftldere Were at an Night of Union Wttk tkt defense at the eigbt trial or the murder of Captaia Quentitt Rauken wflt under war UM case eeujed down into a round of ri algbt Ruaken murder and recalled many Incidents that motherinlaw or Wad one of the contented rid swore that her aoninlaw in bed in tbd same rooat wiUt her at 10 oclock on tbe night o the killing and therefore could not hart been at tbe as be be Sam Baker swore that Hersbal Ba another confessed waa in bed with him tbe night of tbe killing fatherinlaw of Bud one of tbe teitiBed o an aHbl or him and denied that old a different story before tbe grand wrinkled and poortr age n a that her ion at borne the night of tbt Other awort tbe and the detente Indicated tbat t would prove an aUbl or each of tint m The case performing the latter duty District At torney Mcbade said that the common wealth win endeavor to prove tkat the murderously plotted the death of Israel private That Brtfand aot her Meter flrad tbe fatal kt would be shown to Jury aa the most plausible He ridiculed beyond and villages ou both tbe and Sicilian sides were wrecked or inundated and all lighthouses along the coasts wera swallowed Naviga tion now dangerous and In some places of Out la tba Calabrian which was only keginntng to recover from the ef of tbt earthquake of Reg gio was the center of tbe earths up United States Che American consul at and his wife are supposed to have been killed by tbe according to advices received by the state depart ment from Vice Consul Stuart Many New In the tabula tions made up It Is apparent that there are about 400 New Englandera tn Sicily or Southem John Trow bridge of the and Trowbrloge lauded In Naples on 17 and were to go on at once to It ipead name tt Alltgtd In Suit to Meoever by Htok Ing Coal tkat bad beta en tf red into between TAffleck aad Sidney its general man tbt Columbus aad Hocking Coal company of Coluiribua broMkC rt agalut Jf for It la alleged coatptracy to endcU general managtr of tkt coal sold to hlmseM aad Al aa tbe Affleck about of tkt coal at a price fortytwo eeate below the V Crowded Hall upper floor at Eaaton8 tv twostory frecne building at Eillicott twelve miltt west of oollassed during a magletratea hearing of tbe caae acalaat William charged murderous About one hundred men and were carried down and Uiii tyflve inoludtnaj several of tbe prominent citizens of the vert more or lees iy BUEF GETS 14 YEARS New AtttU retained tbe featherweight obamploa by knocking out Bit Mackay la the eighth round before tkt Weitalde Drafting a New com mittee In charf e of tbt tab btll of tht State artvtt bere today to drIU a   

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