1907 May 17 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1907 May 17 Harrisburg Telegraph - be in charge and the. be "The New will be...
be in charge and the. be "The New will be furnished. pay car ended city to - day. of the Pennsylvania in this city year. It was various departments of the employes. there will be a lodges of that Hall, on Verbeke will be called at business pertaining in general superintendent of Eastern division Railroad, and a of that department Inspection of tho city late yesterday meeting of the Brotherhood and Engineers, o'clock Sunday Important business lodge will come another meeting same place, at number of candidates Into the order. of other large Valley has adopted at Altoona 250 more men, machine shops. laid off. As a were single shipments ox on the lines Railroad east of the week ending tons. Rev. J. E. Kleffman, of this place will be memorial day orator at Dickinson for the P. O. S. of A. Court Proceedings These proceedings took place in court before Judge Sadler: Thomas Hill, charged with stealing chickens was found guilty. George Snyder, Sr., and George Snyder, Jr., convicted of assault and battery on George W. Miller. Harry Fisher was sent back to jail to serve six months for assaulting Mary Lane, an aged colored woman The Edwin L. Shaefer cases of as sault and battery, and a more serious charge, were settled. Lucy A. Miller, for perjury, not a true bill, and county pay costs. John Stahf, perjury, oath of Ed ward Henson, colored, not a true bill, county pay costs. Thursday afternoon Judge Sadler sentenced the following: Robert W. Taylor, the Shippensburg druggist, on several indictments, to 18 years and at the expiration of that term to serve one year in the county jail; Samuel Hippensteel, robbery, 5 years; George Clem and James Keller, 2 years and 5 months each; Edv.rard Manning, horse stealing, 5 years; Thomas Gill, 3 years; John Jordan, colored, burglary, 6 j'ears. Grand Jury Report The grand jury reported having The street, over At not a few theie Maclay tend anniversary church, appear a 18, sisted will Gwilym The the in

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 17 May 1907, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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