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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY S CENTS PBE This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QJBSON FURNITURE THE After Lena May hay controlled the organization and eated their delegates In all save a few if the contested counties during an session of the committee on the Taft men were appa ently about to put their slate of dele gatesatlarge through without a hitch a the Kentucky Republican conven ion when their program was endan gered and the slate at one time ap arently Instead of winding up the business of selecting delegates atlarge to the Republican national onventlon ID an hour or two there was a session lasting from 10 until after hours f wirepulling and he Taft men finally won out and following delegatesatlarge nstructed for the secretary of war to he Chicago convention Governor Louisville Judge Richmond Marshall Bui Louisville Lane Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup loes not but on the other land its laxative principles gently move the Children like Sold by Harry May B misses dresses New Silk Princess Dresses for Misses at a Special Pekin Stripe Taffeta Brown or Black and White piped with plain Taffeta Net and Lace Same also in solid col ors Brown or Black same price Dressy dresses for any occasion where misses Misses Suits reduced and and and MOUTH I Fresh Fishj i Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Eric Wbitc Fish j BUTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Ot Arlington Hotel Kwmedyi Otugh Sjrrui promptly on the through which coU I t out ot Wrt it GIBSONS New Big Store Copyright 1907 fcf Hart Schsftier tf Marx Why not get your Clothing from one of the largest and best cloth ing stores in the where the stock is new and complete and the prices just If you want a suit you might as well get one of this seasons it costs no Good suits cost up to MerchantTailoring for the man who wants his clothes made to All garments made in our own We guarantee the fit and FOR THE IOYS VISIT OUR ROYS DEMRTMERT SONS Big Store 172174 Main St KEWS IN SftiEf May Midland Steel company has plans completed or the erection of two additional blast May Eating Johnny lumpupa or wild violets caused the death of Robert age of May a prominent Ashtabula phyai was held cut and robbed by six May path finder car of the Glldden tour reached being escorted by three cars of the Motor Club of May Bretz of this city was appointed audi tor of the New Castle Savings and Trust company by the court upon pe tition of the May Mitchell and Thomas Carroll were killed at the Wheeling Mold and Foundry plant by an Iron casting weighing two tons falling on May re cently released from the Western pen is suspected by the Pinker ton operatives and railroad police of being one of the Panhandle train May Demo cratic state central committee ad journed till May Tho committee men were tired out and It was for this reason that action on perfocting or ganization was May windstorm passed over the northern part ot Henry A load of driven by Ed was blown over with him He was rescued from suffocation by a May body of Frank who dlsap peered was recovered from the Monongahela river at this A diver found the body near the shore only a short distance from her May state board of health has notified the city officials of Bucyrus to build an Intersecting aewer and sewage disposal At present the city sewage empties Into the Sandusky The Improvements will cost May While commencement exercises for pupils graduating from Its rooms were being held In a theater the big brick school houso at a suburb of was destroyed by en tailing a loss of May order of the Wlckboro school board pupils who attended a circus at that place will not be permitted to attend the schools annual picnic In Many pupils went to the circus and say they will take chances on the Oil May handsome granite shaft to commemorate the first oil well Is contemplated by Sanadotta Daughters of the American The monument will be erected on Oil creek In Venango where the first well waa put down by Colonel Edwin CURE THE How to Remedy Much of the Suffer ing in Half of the sickness and suffering In Greenville comes from a sick Cure the cause by using Mlona Stomach Tablets and be well and Even the most chronic cases yield to connected with the Lake Shore Railroad for says For fifteen rears I had acute stomach trouble and noth ing helped A friend recomended Mlona and two boxes entirely cured Cure the cause of your suffering and be well and If the stomach Is weak and you have dizzi get a BOcent box of Mlona from He gives an absolute guarantee to refund the money unless Mlona of hard aad Miller altl DISTRICT ATTORNEY Prosecutor Jerome Cross Ex amined in Case Attacking Official Conduct BOASTS OF THE THAW VERDICT Only Wealthy Man He Ever Sent to He For the Puts Some Embarrassing New May Attor ney testifying In his own de fense In connection with the charges of dereliction which have been pre ferred against said that the near est he ever came to sending a wealthy man to Jail was In having one of them committed to the Insane You mean Harry Thaw asked Attorney Pierce for the Thaws the responded You forget Al Interjected Assistant District Attorney replied So I but he had only two and a half or three He wasnt one of the big Taking up the question of political campaign Pierce asked what justification there could be for makng contributions to either political party in Differences In economic Jerome How could the economic doctrines affect the Insurancecases he was the New York the Mu tual and the Equitable held between them some worth of se There was an opinion on the BOOST FROM JOHN Joseph Celebrates Seventieth Oil May compll mentary dinner to Joseph presi dent of the National Transit to celebrate his seventieth was given last night at the near There were 130 per song numbering among them prominent officials of the Standard Oil company and affiliated Toasts were responded to by business partner of the guest of honor Calvin general manager of the National Transit com pany editor of the Oil City Derrick Plttsburg Colonel gen era manager of the Atlantic Refining Franklin Oil City the Thomas pastor of Tltuss and the one of the lead Ing oil operators of the local A richly bound book ornamented with the monogram of Seep In silver containing a complimentary let ter In handtllumlnated text and signed by each guest In attendance was pre sented by Robert Its au general auditor of the National Transit Another gift was n mammoth pyramid cake brought Into the banquel hall with seventy tapers Imbedded In the frosting and The following letter was read from John Rockefeller Pocantlco May Dear much regret that I shall be deprived of the pleasure of being present at the dinner to be given In Tltusvllle by your friends In honor of your seventieth Please accept my hearty congratula tions on this happy occasion and best wishes for many joyous returns of the The ranks of our old veterans are thinning but we all hope you will remain for many It Is a pleasure to know that while you have pursued your business life so faith fully and acceptably for the long pe riod In which we have been so happily associated you have not forgotten a better and great numbers will bless you on this your seventieth birth day for the good you have done In wisely dispensing the fruits of your successful business only but also for the kindly and help ful personal services you have ren William Montgomery of Alle gheny National of Pitts burg Under Arrest NEARLY HALF MILLION MISSING part of President McCall that a panic et twenty mlleB from the entrance to John Rlha of sari I have been selling DeWltts Kid ney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever Sold br Harry West YOUNGS THEATRE MAY Wlllard and McCarthy Presenting a Comedy Act Entitled The Wrong Wright Miss Lena Brown Singing and Dancing would follow Parkers and you can figure what a 5 per cent de ireclatlon on the would amount Excuse For Taking up the matter of the which was paid by George Perkins o the Nyllc organization of agents In the New York Mfe Insurance com pany Pierre asked the district ittorney If he regarded it as a Not Jerome Didnt you know that the charter of the company absolutely prohibited Perkins from turning that money over to the Nyllc fund I didnt know the charter It not Tery exciting In the course of the examination Jerome roused the Ire of the ex amining attorney by alluding slight ingly to Plerces experience In the district attorneys said since you took office have you con victed a man in a that you have tried personally In the five years No I only tried two Secured there was one In the court of special that resulted In One conviction out of only three you personally tried In court Jerome was questioned regard lag hit relations with Thomai Ryan of the Metropolitan Street Railway Slace last aaked have you not uied all your Influence to prevent the Indictment of That statement li mendacious and you kmew that it replied the dis trict Reyburns Life liar Mayor Key burn has received recently a number of blackmailing some them threatening nil life and othen threat to blow up hU He said that he had received a number of the written In the same Intelli gent evidently from a person of iftld I bare turned number of these letters over to the who have far been unable te Had the Whenever an out burst against me or my policies ap pears In public these black mailing letters threatening my life and the destruction of my home begin fkteuaeri Furnishes Ball In Bum of Had Betn Implicitly Trust ed Had Been Financial Manager For the Late Senator May William Mont cashier of the Allegheny Na tional bank of was arrested by United States Marshal Robert charged with the embezzle ment of of the funds of the which is located on Fifth avenue below Wood The Information was made by Bank Examiner William following an Examiner Folds says Montgomery claims to have used the money In helping his It Is understood that sonie of the loans thus made are backed up with col lateral security also that Cashier Montgomery has considerable property and that practically every cent of tha alleged to have been misap propriated will be shortly before his is understood to have offered to make good the entire sum at once If given opportunity to see his Its too late was the reply of Examiner Montgomery was taken before United States Commissioner when he gave bond in for his appearance at a hearing May His bond was signed by George Tener of Was OneMan Examiner Folds says it Is practi cally the story of a oneman He asserts that Cashier Montgomery was In complete control of the situa It Is stated that the bank main talned what was known aa a cash iers reserve This was subject to the disposition of Montgomery It Is there was as I much as at his disposal as he saw had been with the Instltu tlon so longthat business with the bank had long been regarded as busi ness with the at Is the view of the matter by the ex The shortage was accord Ing to Examiner by getting money on his cashiers check from other banks whenever It was needed to put things In shape for meeting the regular This shortage appears to have been running some said the but It Is not known deft nltely when It waa It has been that when would come arounfl lously awaiting rescue from their danfomeoM about the bftnfe would beBhot gerous position on the which wt the back door wlth a at any moment may break up under the terrible gale and heavy Standing on shore and watching the which lies half a mile sea are the who have been attempting to rescue the Imper iled but whose efforts to bring any of them ashore by means of the breeches buoy have been frustrated by the Any attempt by the men of the four lifenaving stations to launch surfboats and go out to the wreck would have been folly on ac count of the heavy In the famous Sandy Hook llfesav Ing crew now lies the hope of the men aboard the stranded The ship wrecked men number forty of ships crew and about sixty men from the wrecking which for a week have been attempting to float the ship from the where she grounded on the night of April 30 while bound from New York to Ran The crew of seven men of the Sandy Hook under Captain Chester started for the scene of the wreck on the Unit ed States revenue cutter In tow of the cutter waa the la which the final dash for the Rlckmers will be Aa soon as the Mohawk reaches a pointoff Zachs laJet the llfesavers will enter their boat and attempt to take men off the Rlckmera from the seaward side the wreck and place them Aboard the revenue 10D UIBff STAKE Men Beset by StormDriven Atlantic Await Arrival of Lifesavers New May peril of being washed overboard and drowned In the heavy sea which has pounded the big German fourmasted steel ship Peter lying ashore at Zachs In New York 100 men are anx iheck to get money enough from an other bank to tide the shortage In the Allegheny National over the Ixamlna A Strong The Allegheny National Is one of not tho financial Institutions of the with a capital stock of a surplus und of and undivided profits if at last According o this report to the comptroller of he Its deposits foot up The bank Is a member of he clearing being 7 In that although In the total amount of business transacted last year It ranked There were many stories aa to how Examiner Folds had got his Up on the state of One of these which had everything else hut official was that Henry former paying teller of tho National who with John he former got away with of their employers tad made a statement to the effect he had frequently given money to Montgomery on his cashiers Hid Large State May state treasury had a deposit of n the Allegheny National of which was In the general fund and In the sinking The bank was an active deposi tory and one of tha oldest In the Hat of the The state Is secured by corporate security to the amount of being two bonds of There are also two signed by directors of the for BO that the total surety of the state amounts to and State Treasurer Sheatz said that he judged the state was fully The new who only took office on Mon had not yet had time to receipt for the bonds from William who retired on The bonds were all In due having been ap proved by the board of revenue com The bank has long been considered on Capitol hill as one of the strong est banks in Western Pennsylvania and Cashier Montgomery was well known It generally takes several days for a complete examination of the bonds and sureties of all state de posits and Sheatz Is In the midst of this He Is not required to re ceipt for them unless satisfied as to their there Is no responsibility attached to the rer on these bonds except as a mem ber of the revenue Another Hole Bored Through New May and a half miles of tunnel composing the Pennsylvania railroads under ground system of approaches to the center of New York were com pleted when the second of the two tuaaeU through the Bergen hill In Jersey City was bored Tke completion of tke tunnel system wan celebrated by a dlaw at Shears May It Bounced here that Congressman Mich Longworth of Cincinnati will the state this fall In the Inter est of the Republican ticket headed by Governor Longworth will probably accompany Congress man Longworth kas sent a message emphatically denying that his wife formerly Miss Alice Roosevelt will make Mar The Roya Blue express on the Philadelphia ud Reading railway tad narrow es from being wrecked at a switch a Two men Mid te be Jammed the switch with old which was suffi to derail the A tower the men tampering with the switch aad telephoned for a railway peltcemaa stationed near re tke McDonald and Sckles hire their office at the corner of Mate and a 1741 v Mad e in New York HE chief difference in Style between real New York Clothes and other is the difference between this Season and last And Style is one reason why we sell Benjamin The other reason is dollar for they represent the greatest jibeHesse 213 Main Street   

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