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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MARCH 2 CENTS PBR BETTING FAVORS YANKEE FIGHTER PHENOM HAD IV1URRHAGE And ComeOn Loses on Fake Wrestling New March Kay a wealthy lumberman of Da reported to the police here that be had been fleeced out of by a party of men In Now Or who posed as representatives of prominent sporting Kava says he was fleeced through the means of a wrestling The New Orleans crowd had a man whom they claimed could beat the but a of Kavanaughs said he knew Of a wrestler In Seattle who could easily defeat the local The wrestler from Seattle developed hemorrhage during the bout and a who examined said he wan Everybody Including the latter going to Not seeing any account of the affair in the newspa Kavanaugh came back to New Orleans and laid his case before the The police say the hemor rhage was worked by the Seattle who went on the mat with a bag of rod liquid between his was bitten through the proper FDi SEATS Dublin Sports Put Up Each to See Burns Fight the Irish Champion RICHARD CROKER ON THE SCENE Thinks American May Not Have Such An Easy Time as With Gunner Molr or Jack In Con dition and Gas Explosion Kife March Eight persons were one was severely Injured and property valued at many thousands of dollars was wrecked as i the result of an explosion of gas in the basement of a fivestory building occupied by the Natchez Drug com The explosion tore away the rear wall of the In an adjoining caught fire and a stiff i wind carried huge sparks to the norlh and setting flru o eighteen resi seven of which were StlrCONFESSED Cobb and Wagner March Laweon of tho Union League base ball league was In conference with President Hart of the local Union League club and as a result Law con stated that Hart has wired Tyrus Cobb of the American league offer of the largest salary overpaid to a ball player to play with the Wash ington Union league Lawson stated that President Schlicter of the Philadelphia Union league club has made Hans Wagner of the National league an offer of to play with the Philadelphia Union league club this Altoona Sells March Carrying out Its Intention of disposing by sale of all players who are holding out for a larger salary than the Tristate league agreement Altoona has First Baseman Houser to the Scranton New York state league Wlggs and the other have been notified they will be sold to the best Altoona has signed Frambes and Lee of last years team Paul Da flrstbaseman of last years Union town team of the and Pitcher Jonea This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Anoter Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE P1Q March the American has arrived here for his fight on March when he will defend the title of heavyweight champion of the world against Jem the Irish Burns IB still suffering from an Inflamed the result ot an accident a few days the outcome of which at one time threatened to be but he has definitely decided to go on with the as otherwise he Is in bet ter condition than he has ever according 10 his own statement and that of his Some of the friends of Hoche be lieve that he has a splendid chance to defeat but careful observers oE the game regard the American as a sure and he himself displays the utmost confidence in his ability to turn the The Irish champion has never met Gunner Moir or Jack both of whom Burns has so it is diffi cult from his record to form any ade quate idea of how he compares with He admits that he does not know as much about the science of boxing as Burns and the critics point out that he has the pddltlonal disad vantage of being There has been little betting on the the odds quoted making Burns a strong A ring has been erect ed on the stage of tho Theater all the aeata of which have been One fortunate ticket who secured a row in the dress has sold the best of tho seats tor Richard who is one of the syndicate which put up the money for the light and who traveled to Dublin on the same as Burns to witness the believes that victory will not be so easy as Burns Burns turns the scales at 1G8 while Roches weight is The lat ter is in excellent with the exception of a slight Kodol is a scientific preparatlom of vegetable acids with natural digest ants and contains the same juices found in a healthy Each dose will digest more than grains of good Sold by Harry Senator Whyte Very March Slates Senator William Plnckney Whyte is Jill at his home In this city suffering 1 from erysipelas and bladder Hs physicians say that while his con dition is not critical it Is somewhat His advanced is eightytwo years his chances of Seedless Since IvXfjJ of New has been giving some atten tion to seedless At tho very titart the fruit was largo and called the The variety seems to be well fixed and the flavor Is ex The are be coming For a I Take common rock dry In an then pound it fine and mix with spirits of turpentine in equal parts put It In a rag and wrap it around the parts affectei as it gets dry put on ORCHARD WISHES DEATH Murderer of Steunenberg Will Be Sen tenced on 42d March the Ing of his fortyBrat next In the district court of Canyon Hurry con fessed murderer of fornior Governor who wps killed by the explosion of a bomb nt the gate to his residence In Caldwoll on the even Ing of will face Judge Fremont Wood prepared to hear the death sentence out to Harry of his own volition and against the urgent pleadings of bin attorney and refused when arraigned on March 10 to let his pre vious plea of not guilty He also refused to plead to lesser de gree of murder than first He said 1 am guilty and ready to take my I have told tho I understand fully what must be the The opinion has been expressed that Orchard has been guaranteed Im munity of some This Is denied by those in authority and by Those who have been in close commu nication with prison officers and spiritual all express the opinion that should an effort be made to commute his sentence or pardon him Orchard will refuse to accept the It is the general belief that Orchard expects to die and that he wishes to suffer the extreme penalty for his Orchard refuses to make any statement for He spends much time with es pecially the Bible andrellglpus NEED SPANKING THINKS EUROPE E T T INVESTIGATION UNDER Irregularities and Errors In Election Returns from First Sharps Show Gross Not Change Alleged errors and Irregularities are reported to have been found In the return of the result In the recent municipal election from the first The statements regarding this were made by a prominent cltlren of after an Investigation at Mercer re As a result of this It la said to have been discovered that no report of Individual voters was and that two return both of which were verified by affida showed a difference of 20 votes for a certain it Is alleged that one return sheet showed this man to have received 86 while the other credited him with It Is also claimed that the tally sheets were not There is some complaint regarding these alleged It is not said that they affect the result of the but it is claimed that Ir regularities existed and were of BO gross a nature that they should not be As will be there was talk sonic time ago of a possible but nothing further is heard of this It is said also that in one other ward there was a rather lax observance of the law in the matter of conducting the flection and there are many demands for reform along this US Pears Our Growing Prestige and Hopes for War With the Japanese Penny Better have your penny photos tak en as we intend to leave town about May 25 in 5 po for 25 Chaddertons Penny Photo m5a5 GEORGE HOWE CONSULTING ENGINEER General Building Construction Hotel National Greenville B B new imported bands Those with Shirt Waist Suits or tuk dresses to be made should note this an New Embroidery Bands are all Colors on Chinese or Bul garian Blues and other shades fitting to this type of Work so well done looks almost like hand splendid assortment pat terns and to a Lot 45 inch White Nain sook or Swiss regular to a Flouncing is open work for Womens dresses solid for chil BOQQS Ntrtii Brie Engineer Frank Watkins fell twenty five feet from the Bastend fracturing his j March num ber of petitions of aspirants for legis lative nominations were received at the state department too late to be t filed and will be returned to their j i March trying to extinguish lames in her kitchen caused by the breaking of a glass oil age received burns which resulted de stroyed the large paper warehouse of the Mount Holly paper mills at Mount Holly Cumberland entailing heavy Sparks from a locomoiive are said to have started the j March Is said to be the largest piece of plate glass ever manufactured has been turned out nt the Plttsburg Plate Glass companys plant at Ford It Is 1S3 by 275 inches arid weighs Point March Joe charged with housebreak Ing Bsley with forgery John j Loud and William Adkins serving thirty days escaped from the Mason county jail by digging through the March son of former Attorney General committed sui cide by Bhootlug himself in the tem ple while sitting in a chair at his Kohler is said to have been heavily Involved March Leslie a groom of a few who was captured In Kansas on the charge of absconding with while on his wedding pleaded guilty and was sentenced to an indefinite term In the Mansfield March upset ting a lamp while dozing in a chair In her home at Martha age was j burned to Tho fire spread so rapidly that the womans two asleep had to jump out of a March three sisters swore that be was at home at the time of the a jury re turned a verdict of guilty against Earl alias imperson ating a United States ar rested Italian laborers and then robbed March a Belmont county 18 out just a roll of money he had brought to Canton with which to buy horses to stock a Parrae lee says that while passing an alley two strangers slugged him end loft him March state inspector of factories and lias ordered a thor ough overhauling of all school build ings in Ohio in order to present to the pupils an easy escape in case of fire and to prevent disasters similar to that at March has been decided between the independent manufacturers iand the amalgamated association although the continu ous agreement would not hold next tha independent plants will not be compelled to close down pending settlement of New March Alice Reeble will not be brought to although indicted upon a charge j of murdering her Ernest Bau District Attorney Young asked Judge Porter to quash the Her Charles was acquitted last Reeble has been out under March ransacked the boarding house of Frank near after securing worth of started a fire which destroyed the In their efforts to escape from the burning house Nannie and Yuski Gavate jumped from a window and received injuries which may be be March intendent Hail of the Washington county schools reports a remarkable record made by one school In Monon For two terms each of the seventeen pupils under Miss Matilda Mills has attended school every day and for three years not a single tardy mark has been marked against a New March Frank Nesbltt of Wheeling has rendered a a decision which per mits the East Liverpool club of the Ohio and Pennsylvania league to play Sunday ball at Rock Springs at Ches The injunction against Blppus to restrain him from play Ing the gamo last season with the club was modified BO as to allow the game this year to March more cases of smallpox in Dauphin county were reported to State Health Commissioner the result of the Infection spread through the malls couple of months when a railway postal clerk who had smallpox han dled the mall that was distributed to various parts of the Following the discovery of the mall clerks a clerk in the postofflce at Mlllersburg developed smallpox and now in a fac tory in that town eight more oases are Dime at their Thursday March Everybody Invited to come and have a good m 14Ed TWAS CLEVER SANDIT Did Mail Clerks Work and Rifled Reg istered March ban dit boarded the mail cur on the west bound Oriental limited of the Great Northern railway at Botiners before bound the two mail robbed the mail car and delivered waystation mail for 100 Then he dropped off the train and The robbery was not discovered until the train reached Spo five hours after the bandit boarded the The train carried the through mail and much ot It was The amount stolen will not be known until the regislered mall has been checked When the train arrived at Spokane the mall car was Employes at the station opened the car and found one of the mall clerks lying bound on the mail The other clerk was locked in a At regular stops the robber threw off the mall sack for each point and took the outgoing but at smaller where the train does not he did not throw off the He jumped off the train at Oregon Railroad and Navigation Junc two miles east of j FIGHT DUEL German Students Slash Each Other for Honors i March Fifteen j minutes slashing with a cane was the limit of endurance of one of the antag onists in the newest form of student which has occurred outside this The stripped to the were handed canes of equal length and they then stepped into the At the word of command they began slashing furiously until after a quarter of an one of them overstepped the limits of the He thereupon was declared to be the but to the onlookers it was diffi cult to decide which of the opponents had suffered as their arms and backs presented the appearance of having been Chinese Will Use the March a meeting In Canton over the Tatsu Maru mat ter Indignation was shown to be very and if diplomacy falls a boy cott will be organized During the excitement the viceroy of Canton resigned rather than release the vo The reslgnatiea was How to Avoid Most victims of are those who are habitually Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the Koleys Orlno Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to Re fuse WAR RUMORS THUS EXPLAINED Former Comptroller of the Currency After Tour Re turns Home and Gives Result of His Observations In Foreign New March Former Comptroller of the Currency now president of the Chase j National after a two months sojourn In Europe gave out the follow ing Interview The one thing that most strongly Impresses Itself upon the mind ot a careful observer In Europe is the fact that the continent of Europe does not like the United They re gard UB as a bumptious people that ought to be spanked Into some sort of decorum and they would welcome and rejoice in any international complica not involving that would bring us into Wo are commercial and financial They or affect that the present financial and commercial diffi culties are chargeable to de pression Is a reflex of accentu ated by he of gold which we took during December and Janu The balance of trade In favor Of the United States during December and January was more than and every dollar of gold we ook was obtained by commodity and they seem to think that fiurope loaned It to us as a matter of Afraid of It Is our growing Importance as a naval and military power that most disturbs It disturbs the Inter national balance of power as It here tofore existed and upon which their diplomacy has heretofore been Neither does the continent of Europe like Japan and for similar Her recently achieved naval and mili tary prestige and her English alliance have brought Japan to the In the family of nations an aggressive force that must be reckoned with in world It calls a halt to terri torial acquisition in the and from now on is likely to mark a recession in European Influence In Con comitant European com merce is suffering a serious chock and is bound In in view of the won derful commercial adaptability and ac tivity of the to encounter a competition heretofore The yellow peril that loomed large In the earlier stages of tho RussoJapa nese war still stalks the continent of although It is no longer poll tic to proclaim the It follows from this condition of affairs that nothing could be contem plated with greater complacency by the continental powers than a war be tween the Dulled States and A taxing of the strength and a wasting of the resources of these two not involving would trnd to restore their relative power and precedence in tho council of Hoping for This explains the repeated rumors from Berlin and Petersburg of impending difficulties between tho United States and The wish is father to the thought and the contin ued prediction of trouble is made In the hope of inciting the They expected some disaster our fleet in its Pacific They con sider Admiral Evans as something of a swashbuckler and they regard the president as and they seem to have really persuaded themselves that disaster or complications must fleet proceeded on its Jour ney not only without but In a manner demonstrating its The reception It received has proved the wisdom and no ona can fail to rend from it the closer ties between the two Americas which must be of a great commercial and political advantage in the Our Euro pean censors are proportionately dis It was never more apparent than now that the only European friend we have Is England la the only European power that would not wel come a condition of affairs that might bring to us disaster or Eng lands interests parallel oura and any thing that would Impair our prestige would be alike prejudicial to DeWlttn Little Early sure little liver Sold Harry NOT ALLOWED TO SPEAK Socialist Meetings at Philadelphia Are Stopped by the March utt der orders from Director of Public Safety Clay the police last night aroused the Socialists and their fol lowers by stopping a number of meet ings which were scheduled to tftkt place In various sections of the One an anniversary gathering to commemorate the death ot Karl the Socialist was to hare been addressed by Carl Another was a Zionist at which Charles Worstman of New a former professor in Heidel berg was to have talked on the Zionist movement for the re turn of the Jews to The stopping of this meeting caused those who had arranged for It to who they say will today go Into court and ask for an Injunctioa to restrain the police from interfer ing with their A large meeting under the auspices of the Socialists for the purpose of celebrating the thirtyseventh anniver sary ot the death of Marx was held in an uptown labor Morris Hill a Socialist party leader of New addressed this A squad of police in civilian clothes were refused admittance even though they offered to but finally thirty offi cers In uniform were permitted to en ter iu the name of the law and the meeting The police were oastlcally referred to by some of tho but the speeches wore not STEEL MFS TO FIGHT FOR Steel Men of the United States Want to Annul What Is Known as the Continuous Operating President of the Amalgamated Association ot Steel and Tin was Friday notified by the manufacturers that they wish to discontinue what IB known as the continuous operating McArdle held a confer ence In Youngstown a number of the Western Bar Association and others interested In the manufacture of steel in this The which the man ufacturers of steel and iron all over tho United States want pro vides that if the wage scale Is not settled July the men shall keep on working at the old scale until a set tlement is reached board of con The manufacturers say they were given the worst ofit last when the annual wage agree ment was made by a conciliation board in Cambridge They stood by their agreement and ac cepted the which provided a big The Western Bar rep resented by President Leonard and Secretary the organization that takes in all of the iron and steel mills working under the agreement In the Is with the other man ufacturers In demanding the annul ment of the continuous agreement The manufacturers deslro radical changes In the wage wanting reductions along all By abolishing the continuous agree ment and board of conciliation or ar the manufacturers will be placed in a position where they can make a fight for a reduction the present scale July K Is generally conceded Hut lie Donald It Eckies hare the beat Three Men In Boat March the overturning of a rowboat during a sud den squall Peter and Andrew father and age fifty and and Henry all of were Kilter Entertains the March American am Charlemajne and Tower were specially Invited tuMts of the at luschMn at the For Ray Civil Engineer aid Sur Office with   

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