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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PfiR This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hposier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE Q1BSON THE D1Q infants trench lingerie All Hand Hand Embroidered and exquisitely dainty and Infants long material good to Very flue Nainsook and sleeves trimd with dainty lace anu feather Nainsook Slips with daintily Mnbroldered tiimd with lace Infants Short to Little boys hand embroidered Large assortment hand made Petti or to Bibs and dainty hand Pillow and Carriage robes entirely hand made and hand Infants hand embroidered Long Hampers and Moses beautifully trlmd to Prices according to materials Bverytliinfi for babya practical or personal adornment to bo found in our Infants BOGGS NORTH Yellow Perch Fresh Fish Blue Pike J Lake Erie White Fish 5 BALTIMORE OYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Of Arlington Hotel Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts promptly yet gently on the through which the cold is forced out of the and at tbe same time It allays Bold by Harry THROUGH TJE60LDEN GATE Uncle Sams Peacemakers Sail Into Friscos Beautiful Harbor Greeted by Thousands TRI8TATE NEWS IN BRIEF May Sarah a age of West was burned to In lighting a flre her dress ig May plant of the Allegheny Steel company here has resumed after a lung Several hundred men have gone back to their May John Har ris of although eighty years of was never inside a school house until when she visited the Bluftton May John Mc one of the bestknown news paper men In the died suddenly from paralysis of the heart at his home at twelve miles from May a cut of one cent an hour for all com mon laborers in shops the Big Four system announced a cut of one cent and a halt an hour for all section la May Clarence age of New Lex died at the Good Samari tan hospital here from blood poison wblch resulted from scratching a pimple on his face with his finger May name of Local Option party was preempted for the Cambria county senatorial nomination by Frederick Ralph Charles Rowland and Wallace Hughes of that May Stuart is to attend the congress on conservation of national which is to be held at the white house next He will leave Tuesday and be absent most of the week at the May Kern has been arrested at Crown He is under Indictment here for the murder of John whose it is he crushed with a stone at a picnic near LareUvllle in May thugs held up Frank swltchtender for the Lake Shore railroad and after beating him Into unconscious ness robbed him ot a diamond ring which had been loaned to him by a young May Penn sylvania Window Glass re cently with offices at has filed notice of an increase of stock from to and of The increases were to pay for plants May adju tant generals office will Issue au or der In a few days allowing each na tional guard company for this years expenses on the The money comes from the federal govern which also provides May a clever ruse Darocha wanted at Grand on a murder has been captured The arrest was made by writing a decoy letter from the tube mills ottering him em Officers were on hand to ar rest him when he appeared to take Bis May ShooWnto treatment of Inmates at the Somerset county home Is alleged in charges re sulting in the arrest of Poor Directors William Brant and John The two gave ball before Justice of tbe Peace PIsel for the charge j against them being preferred by Con stable William Ohio Horseman New May board of review of the National Trottingasso ciation has granted a temporary rein statement to Cummins of Cummins was expelled In 1903 For complicity in a case In which it was alleged that the horse Dan Hughes was raced at in 1902 un der the name of Dick His rein statement was opposed by officials of the Warren FLEET REACHES FRISCO Hundreds of Thousands View Passage of the Golden San May the towering rocky portals of the Golden Gate Into the harbor of the city of a hundred Into a new San Fran risen from the ruins ot two years the Atlantic battleship fleet steamed in review of a multitude un It was the same imposing pageant of immaculate white ships that sailed from Hampton Roads near ly five months ago In the wake of the presidents with the splendid accomplishments of a cruise of more than and three weeks of wonderful target work behind San Oakland and other cities near by all took a holiday to witness the coming of the There was a complete cessation of and the streets In the downtown sec tion were absolutely More persons came into the city than left during ho terror and homeless days following the That of Bryanites Denied by That of the May dele gates to the Democratic national con vention met In the Commonwealth ho tel with twice as many members of the executive committee of the Bryan League of Last night Jere president of the organ Issued a statement claiming Bryan would receive the support of fiftytwo delegates from this state and that they would control the ap proaching state Secretary Gray Meek of the Dem ocratic state committee also Issued a statement in which he said the claim Is excessive by forty votes and that a resolution seeking to Instruct the Pennsylvania delegation will be de feated in convention by more than 3 to Black in his statement said that the leagues Information as to the result of the recent primary election him In predicting tho election of four delegatesatlarge favorable to the nomination of The leagues executive committee was in session behind closed doors practically all The national del egates present wore Jere York Huntingdon Altoona representing the Blair CambriaBeclford district Pet fer of representing the Cum berlandDauphlnLebanon and Joseph Howley and John Murphy of In an Interview Secretary Meek of the Democratic state committee de nied theclaim of the Bryan saying that they were claiming all of the delegates who announced them selves and were elected as Gray dele gates as well as others who were elected as avowed opponents of the Ohio Democratic Convention Puts Him Up for Governor ship Against Harris SALVE FOR JaJIUSQWS HURTS in Form of Places on Stite Ticket For Several of His Follow Mayer Fights to Fin ish For Ohio Democratic state convention has nom inated the following ticket Harmon of Cin Lieutenant Governor David Judges of Supreme Sidney George Co Secretary ot Auditor of Treasurer of Attorney Ho Two LittTo Ones to New May smallest couple that ever secured a marriage license In New York are to be married within a day or They are John thirtynine years old and 4 and Llda thirty five years old and 3 feet 9 inches Tkay are connected with a show at Ceney Island and were escorted to the license office by one of the shows a broadshouldered man sir May dis turbances continue to mark the street car strike Attempt was again made to blow up one of the trolley a bomb being placed on the track and exploded Just as the car struck a The windows were shattered and the floor torn but the motor man and conductor escaped May W Ball a has filed a deed of as assets liabilities f Ballman was formerly connected with and it isbelieved the recent failure of the Odell com together with a federal grand Jury investigation of the brokerage j caused the YOUNGS THEATRE MAY Willard and IV cCarthy Presenting a Comedy Act Entitled The Wrong Wright Miss Lena Brown Singing and Dancing JUDSON Board of Public Lima Bernard New Dairy and Food vid Et State School Clerk of Supreme DelegatesatLarge to National Con Cleveland Springfield Hen and Matthew Zanesvllle Isaac To ledo Van and John Presidential Columbus Samuel Wa It was a tumultuous characterized by Intense factional feel that nominated Judson Harmon of former attorney general of the United Stntes under and Indorsed William Bryan and Instructed tho Ohio delegates to the national convention to vote for him for Former Governor James Campbell of Butler county was In dorsed for United States senator and delegates and alternutesa Marge to the national convention were National Issues National issues were left to the Denver and the platform adopted deals only with state ques attacking the administration of various Republican state officers and indorsing especially the initiative and referendum In state and local legisla tion and the taxation of Mayor Tom Johnson of Cleve after having met defeat In tho opening renewed his fight against Judson Harmon for control of the but he was again worsted In one of the most bitter and exciting contests ever witnessed In an Ohio Although his victo rious followers of Harvey Gurber of slato execu tive1 held out to him as an olive branch an offer of two places on the state Johnson declined to enter into any agreement and strove to prevent the placing of the names of any ot his followers on the Dramatic scenes attended the nomi nation for governor of Judson Har whose home delegation was di vided for and against He was opposed by Atlee of Can Saudles of Ottawa and Isaac Sherwood of Mayor Johnson nominated Pomerene as a man who stood upon every plank In the who has always voted for Bryan not like some who In 1896 gloried in the downfall of Alfred Cohen of who pre sented Harmons said his can lldate was broad enough to carry the state for himself and Bryan and de clared that Johnson himself was uot consistent In the support of Brant Succeeds May Episcopal bishop of the Phil bas been elected bishop of tbe diocese of to succeed Henry A STAY OF SENTENCE Orchard Will Not be Hanged Without Board Taking Action on His Case Civil War Veteran Made May Mil a Civil war veteran of Greene has been presented with the old battleflag of his company In the Eightyfifth Pennsylvania Infan organized at Zollnrsvllle In with William Morn The banner was made and given to the company by women of It had been in custody of tho widow of Captain Phillips of whose husband succeeded Captain Horn In Troops Will Patrol the May the mounted troop of the Ohio national guard from left on a special train over the Norfolk and Western road tor where they will be transferred to Ripley and will then BO to the tobacco district in Brown where the tobacco farmers are terrorized by the night riders from The troop will patrol the rlrer from Aberdeen to Minnesota Sticks to May from Dem ocratic primaries throughout the state for the election of delegates to the county conventions which will elect delegates to the state Indi cate that the supporters of Governor John Johnson for the presidential candidacy have swept the over whelmingly defeating the Drives People From East May river broke through Its banks after rising four feet In four hours and half of East Alton is under Traffic Is temporarily Many families wera forced to vacate their May river at Brownsville Is being dragged for the body of wife of Frank a pilot on the Pitts Morgantown and Fairmont Williams re aided with her William She was a sufferer from nervous trou ble and it is feared she drowned her May Christiana who was arrested follow ing the mysterious shooting of her husband and later placed on trial for has been Lips comb was killed while he and his wife were walking upon the street the night of The woman is alleged to nave confessed to the The couit would not hear this and the prosecution moved for her discharge on the ground of May thirtyeighth annual grand Council of the Improved Order of Red Men of West Virginia have concluded their meeting Charleston was select ed as the meeting place next Important officers for the coming year are Great Big oney of Hlnton great senior saga Martlnsburg great of Huntington great Clarksburg ORCHARD REPRIEVED Governor Goodlng Steps Between Him and the May Good Ing has grunted a reprieve until July 2 to Harry sentenced to bo hanged Friday of noxt Owing to the fact that question was raised ns to the legality of the board of pardons acting On new matters at a special Frank at torney for filed with the gov ernor a petition for a and the which had been called to meet last was advised that the session would not be Governor Gooding promptly assured Wyman that he wouM not permit Orchard to be hanged without a hearing of his case by the board and the order for a stay of sentence AN i Hit an Visiting the Blrthplaot of Great If you like you may visit the house Longfellow was but I have never myself done It seems rather foolish to make pilgrimages to the birthplaces of distinguished You are certain to be There Is it is conjocturally a squalid hole of a which only makes you sorry for the poet And there is the birthplace of Robert trans formed into a peepshow of tawdry What does it matter where a man was born There Is no particular merit In being No one who is born has uny choice in the He is just born because he has to The real thing to consider is what be does himself after he has been I feel a reverential thrill when I enter Sir Walter Scotts noble book lined study at Abbotsford and see every thing Just as It was when be was still leathern chair and bis at which he wrote each morning before his guests were out of But where he was born is of no earthly conse Shakespeare and Scott and Burns and Longfellow must all have looked alike when they were rather red and given to squalling and doubtless smelling of sour No Longfellows birthplace I will not vis It I like to think that when be was n man walked on Congress street wearing rather gorgeous But to my mind Portland is not so much an object of admiration because of Longfellow as Longfellow is to be envied because he had the good luck to be born in One IBM YEftfiS Bottle of San Cura rmanently Cured Piles To suffer from Bleeding Piles is the most exquisite torture a human being can be forced to en Yet many people believ because doctors have failed to cure that their cases are hope SanCura Ointment has perma nently cured in every such instance where it has been Read this For twenty years I suffered with Bleeding and Itching Piles at times was confined to the house for more than a Two years ago I be gan using SanCura and one 50cent bottle made a firm and permanent and have not been troubled I am glad to give tills j SanCura Ointment is pleasant to and tho first application gives It will not stain the SanCura Ointment is also a positive cure for Eczema and ail skin diseases and Frosted Chil Chapped Hands and Bruises and Old At all 25c and 50c a or sent Refuse all substi Thompson Medical Exploiioni In A Siberian traveler relates At Sa donsk in the intensely cold nights the silence was sometimes broken by a loud report as of a This was the bursting of one of the ice bubbles In the a phenomenon 1 had nei ther heard nor read of The streams coming down from the hills were frozen on the surface some elx to nine inches The water beneath flowed faster than it could and the oa the principle of a hydraulic became First the elasticity of the ice was seen by the rising of circular mounds from six to eight feet la diameter and from four or five feet The bursting point came at last with a report like an The water but soon froze I have seen scores of these Ice hillocks in a few versts of tho A Test The ancient clan Macleod used to ex ercise a strange test to prove the hood of their At Dunvegan Island of there is preserved the large horn known as Rory Mores This capacious vessel holds rather more than a bottle and a half of According to the old every Jolrd of Macleod was obliged on his coming of age to fill this horn with claret and without once laying it down j to drain it to tho This was j taken as a proof of his and he was then deemed a worthy suc cessor to tue lairds of the dee Carried by Unsuspecting Ex pressmen to Guinnesss Private Graveyard FOUR MORE VICTIMS DUG UP Four More Murder Mysteries Con front Detectives and Demand Solu Seems to Chi Guinnesss Former Plra at Fire Is on essential in some wedding In Persia the service is read in front of a In Nicaragua the taking the couple each by the little leads them to an nient where a flre is lighted und there Instructs the bride in her ex tinguishing it by way of In Japan the woman kindles a and the bridegroom lights one from tbe playthings o the wife being burnt then ana The The Vicar to dont you we that the seats in tbe church are dusted now and Tombs Tombs the sir tue congregation does It every Sunday London McDonald ft JEckles coal at tbe new a A mans conversation la the mirror of bin May poaslble solution of tho Guinness farm which deepened when four additional bodies were found in the making a total of developed last Evidence tending to show that tho nine dismembered corpses had been shipped to probably from has come to Tes timony of who had carted trunks and boxes to the Guinness lent color to this Laporte police also received informa tion that two consigned to Belle are held in an express office in Chi Assistance of the Chicago po lice In unraveling the puzzle was sought at Two of the nine mutilated bodies were identified with reasonable cer Antone Olson of Chicago viewed the body supposed to be that ot Jennie sixteen years foster daughter of and pronounced it to be that of his daugh A sister of the Leo Oleander of confirmed tbe fathers Positive Its His Asa whose inquiry regarding his missing brother Andrew led to the first discovery on the death haunted Is sure that the largest and bestpreserved of the corpses la that of his Against this iden Is the result of the autopsy performed on this body by He found condi to his proved that the man perished long after Andrew Helgeleln disappeared last Dri Meyer said that the corpses showed evidences of having been in the ground less than two to be con vinced by these findings and his cerr talnty led the coroner to accept his identification for the present Roy who is held on a arge of firstdegree murder as a re sult ot the flre that destroyed the Guinness home and caused the death ot Bella Guinness and her three gave no new dey spite repeated Ralph prosecuting aaaerted that a confession la not necessary BO far as Lamphere is We have evidence in the shape of letters connecting Lamphere with alleged murders at the Guinness he The exact nature of these letters was carefully guarded by Guinness May Be From out of the mass of tangled and sensational evidence which indicates that Guinness was one of the most monstrous murderers of the country and that her farm a mile from Laporte was a clearing house of assassination and there devel ops the theory that the woman did not die in the fire which destroyed her home on the night of Apil 28 and that she is still alive and In probably in This theory la strengthened by the fact that the body of the woman found in the ruins of the Guinness home after the flre Is Unless the Is found tbe offi cers will make a postmortem nation of the remains ot Guin ness and subject them to a more care ful analysts to learn whether or not the woman was herself killed In the fire or had substituted the remains of one of her female victims for herself and then set fire to the house in order to cover up the In case it is proved that Guinness did substi tute the body of another woman for her own It is very likely that she was also guilty of the murder of her three Had Lust for May Nellie Lar sister of said My sister was crazy for When she was a girl she never seemed to care for a man for his own but only for the luxuries he could give She frequently told me that she never would have lived with Max her first if he had not made such a fine home for At the time Sorenson died tbe neighbors charged that ho was poi but T never thought He be came 111 one evening and died the next He had a good physician to attend I have not seen my sister for twenty She was angry with me because I would not allow her to have my little daughter to bring My sister at one time had a candy store in but it burned Tbe first house she had in tbe suburb of Austin also burned Great Pastern Found r G GIW which made b ma den trip lore than a century was not a financial success until she btcame a cable repair veweJ years   

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