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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAT 2 CENTS PER COPTk i This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE Q1BSON FURNITURE THE WQ THAW ON WITNESS STAND May B white jacquards New new styles printed White Jac quard yet for Shirts or or other better see Table of printed White Madras good goods and good Big collection Colored Ma drasS as you usually pay a quarter Brief Examination at 01 District Attorney May Thaws plea for his liberty from Mat teawan insane asylum will probably be decided by Judge Morschauser on May The hearing in the habeas corpus proceedings brought by counsel for Thaw ended after District Attorney Jerome had made the re quest that whom he had called to the permit his alienists tc examine the Plttsburger and to judge of his mental condition because they had no opportunity to converse with the Thaw was not permitted to the court itself Instructing him not to do Judge Morschauser suggest that Thaw confer with his counsel and that perhaps he might deem It wise to grant the his Graham and and Evana and who had testified that Thaw was went into the judges private room and attar a conference lasting a little more than an hour came back Into the courtroom and said that Thaw would submit to a personal examination but not by the alienists who had appeared for Je The alienists to make the exam they must bo some who had never appeared In the Another condition was that the exami nation be restricted to a persona study of the relator and be not founded on testimony of previous District Attorney Jerome rejected these saying hewould deserve to be committed to an asylum himself he accepted Thaw was on the stand but a short time before Jerome made his sur prising request and answered tha few questions put to him generally with out much The first question regarding the nature of the proceed ings caused him some but he finally answered deliberately that he was seeking his rights as an Amer ican Both aides have agreed to not argue the but each will present briefs on the question raised by Thaws conn at the beginning of the hearing to the effect that Thaws commitment to Matteawan was These briefs will be handed In this Thaw will remain In the Diitcheas county courthouse until the decision Is PRESBYTERIANS TO MEET General Assembly Opens Thursday at Kansas Kansas May IWth general assembly of the Pres byterian church In the United States of America will convene in Convention hall In this city on Thursday and re main In session until May The William Henry Roberts of the present moderator of the will arrive here to At the first which will be opened by Roberts and at which he will deliver his farewell sermon as a new moderator will be Several noted lead era the church have been men tioned for this conspicuous among them being the Fullerton of Louis and the Mark Matthews of There will be 840 commissioners from all parts of the United States In attendance at the Of this number onehalf will be ministers and the other half There will also be many visitors besides the author ized Missionaries of the church from all parts of thn world will attend and The feature of May will be a mens massmeeting at Convene tfon designed to bring the church and laboring men Addresses will be made by the Charles Stel zle and John treasurer of the American Federation of Stelzle was formerly a labor union roan who left his work as a machinist to become a minister and who organ ized and now has charge of the de partment of church and labor of the Presbyterian church In the United A Stelzle is the trouble between the church and the laboring May Bert age twentyfive and un son of John a while working about a saw mill was struck on the head by a slab hurled by the saw and received Injuries from which he Bat eshlp Fleet San May At lantic fleet of battleships after twelve days of naval pageantry and merry making in San Francisco harbor sailed this morning for Pnget MIN G fRUSfATtjNEWS IN BRIEF Mnv Johr Wilson died from burns received whet she fell against a May H Palmer of Seattle will deliver the Me motial day address ut May 20 has beer designated cleanup day Mayor J The will taku care o all the rubbish Mny de stroyed the wiravoom and office buildings of tin Ward Lumber Denver master mechanic at ho stone driller was adjusting belt when his right arm was caugl and May twentyflv barrel oil well was struck on th Weaver The well is owned b Anton of who ha large territory Oil May Gree of Qreensburg was found near Tionest with a knife wound in his throa Green says ho was held up by tw who robbed him of May an nual reunion the Tenth regimes Pennsylvania will hel this year In Waynesburg on July 3 the anniversary of the battle of Malate May at tending a high school fraternity ban quet Miss Mary daughter o was painfully burned A match head flew and set flre to he lingerie May E street car age drank carbolic acid anc fUced a gas tube his The body was his Three weeks ago he applied for May Dommlr was a defendant in a suit in which he was charged with stealing a barrel of bommlr claimed the barrel had rolled down a hill to his back The Jury acquitted May Taml a Washington age and Martha age were married in the office of the clerk of courts by the a Presbyterian May Kerwin of is dead as Five hundred styles Andersons Madras Ging in the and we think weve got the prettiest of and English uine imported Tailorings with that thoroly substantial tone which distinguishes the product of the West of Checks and broken Plaid light and mediiUg BOGGS BUHL NORTH GREENVILLE TUESDAY Fresh Fishi Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BALTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Ot Arlington Hotel Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup promptly yet gently on the through tlte cold is out of the and at the MRM tt y Harry allayt tfie result of a gas explosion in the Sigeroil The clothing was torn who was working with will May a telegraph was arrested by a Pennsylvania railroad detective while riding on an Alle gheny Valley passenger charged with forging the name of the superin tendent of the road to a May reward of is offered by the county com mlssioners for the arrest and convic tion of the persons responsible for the death three weeks ago of James a who was found un conscious in the street May Italian miners on their way home from Gallatin were attacked and robbed by Challenges Wright Brothers o Dayton to Contest of Airships WILL BET ON HIS FLYEI Wright Who Recently Com pleted Successful Refuse to Say Whether or Not They Will Ac ctpt British Champions May dispatches from Paris announce that Henry Far the English who holds the aeroplane record in that has Issued a challenge to the Wright who recently made success ful and recordbreaking flights at Man to an aeroplane contest in Frince for a stake of May the English aeronaut now In said with reference to his challenge to the Wright American aero that he would provide for the match and more if He considers the Wright brothers as expert aeroplanlsts and capable TAFT MANAGER SUMS UP Verys Says Ohloan Will Be Noml nated on First May Arthur manager of the Taft can vass for presidential gives out thla statement With the close of the campaign for delegates to the Republican national convention the nomination of Secre tary Taft on the first ballot of the con vention Is a foregone Of the 980 delegates who will sit In the convention 563 have been chosen un der positive instructions to vote for Tart or under resolutions of indorse ment or preference that were the equivalent of Two hun dred and twentyfive delegates have been Instructed for other One hundred and ninetytwo delegates are Of these 192 more than 100 are known supporters of Sec retary Thla assures Secretary Taft at this time a total delegate strength in the convention of only a few votes less than The Beats of 182 delegates are contested but In only 126 of these contests are Taft delegates Defalcation in Allegheny Na tional Bank of Pittsburg Is Two Millions FORMER CASHIER NOW IN JAIL Bankers Called In to Help Straighten Out Matters Find Everything In and State Heavy Cred Deposits FARMAN AND HIS of accomplishing wonderful but ie expressed himself as believing that reports received here of their re cent performances musthave been His experiences showeS lie that it is as stated n the reports from the United to fly four miles In fifteen which speed would be insufficient to ceep the machine In the Regard ng his own Farman said that It la capable of remaining In air for twentyfour minutes at a speed of eighty kilometres an With modifications he is now introduc ng he Is certain that he will soon es tablish a new hour May the who with his Orvllle has recently made recordbreaking when shown the Associated Press dlspatcl from London to the effect that Henry the English who twolive of their fellowcountrymen andj holds the aeroplane record for that And the FarFamed EX H I Bl T ION then cursed and shot for having so lit tle that was worth Four of the robbery victims were one prob ably East May bodies of two of the six men drowned j here by the upsetting of a launch the night of May S have been Thomas Nagles body was found near Toronto and William Johnsons near Three bodies remain In the May his pocket knife George a Mace donian completed the amputa tion of his crushed leg before he was found by a train crew along the Big Four where he had been hurt exhibited fortitude during a surgi cal but died May ship of a bull pup was the basis of a suit in the local criminal GREAT GLORIOUS CIRCUS BIGGEST has Issued a challenge to the Ohionns to an aeroplane contest in France for a stake of refused to make any statement on the McElhauey charged with stealing the Peter Deblonder Deblouder MILLION DOLLAR MENAGERIE 1000 People 85 Cars 12 Big Water Tight 500 20 20 FROLICSOME FRISKY CLOWNS40 The Hagenbeck Great Wallace Parade Without Exaggeration the Finest Free Street Turnout ever One Gigantic String of Gorgeous a Glittering Matt of Brilliancy and Bands claimed the dog followed him It required the jury but ninety sec onds to return a verdict of not May Secretary Farrell of the National Association ot I Professional Baseball clubs has noti fied President Carpenter of the Trl State league that Altoona must re turn Flrstbasetuan Davis and Outfield er Kellar to the Uniontown club ot the Pennsylvania and West Virginia May a was shot and killed by an Italian laborer known as 149 at near this The laborer had a new revolver and was showing it to friends when it went 148 went to his drew his Barings and The coroner decided the shooting was Beaver May The home of Jesse Smith ol College hill was entered by burglars and a gold gold two gold a cheek tor and in CMh wtre carried At of Charles Dunlap robbers got a dol lars to money but left tnejr fed OB Horses and Horses are particularly sensitive to who carefully studied the quotes the following curi ous fact In 1392 the Fiftyeighth reg iment of was making n mili tary test march when the music struck The young horse of Captain De fastened forward and placed In spite of Its behind the last rank of the Then It followed giving obvious signs of When the music ceased the captain was fiblo to resume his place at the head of his but the band struck up and the not withstanding the efforts of Captain De ahead and once more behind the galloped placed Itself This happened every time the band Lions have been found to listen with marked joy to the They appre ciate top notes and the but roar terribly when the bass keys are struck Special To introduce the Greenville Elec tric Hygienic Institute for the treatment of special diseases by Swedish and Vi bration Wheeler will give a vapor bath and body mas sage for 50 for the next four days Room Vaughn m1140 d HUMAN The function of the kidneys Is to strain out the Impurtlea ot the blood which Is constantly passing through Foleys Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy so they will strain out all waste matter from the Take Foleya Kidney Remedy at once anjd It will make you Bessemer Phar Football Victim May a re sult of Injuries received In football which developed Into tuberculosis John a former football star and ator a coach of the Dickinson college tbRll tram of died In Terrible Terry No May Terry Mc the former and Young Loughrey of this city fought a hard and fast sixround bout at the National Athletic club in which hon ors were about McGovern was the aggressor throughout the bout but he plainly showed he was not the McGovern of times gone Loughrey put up a surprisingly good fight and gave McGovern as good as he In the fourth round he floored the former champion with a right swing on the and he re mained down for the count of In gfth round McGovern showed HanheK of his but weak ened in the Taking tt as whole the bout waa a good KING MANUEL IN LOVE But Choice Not That of Scheming May Mundo prints a romantic story about King Manuels attachment tor the young daughter of a lady in waiting to Queen which UwsAtehsjto dlsmnlJlWumfttti monial plans which are being laid for King Carlos and Queen Amelle were fully aware of the fondness of a for a girl who is connected with the highest Portu guese they considered it simply a childish Since Prince Manuels unexpected accession to the throne a suitable alli ance with a European royal house is regarded as a necessity of Queen Amelle and the Duke of Oporto have been casting about to find an available both favoring one of Brit ish extraction because of the close relations between the A few days ago they were openly can vcssing the matter In the kings pres ence when to their great surprise he suddenly announced as his unalterable choice hla early love and proclaimed his determination either to marry her or Remonstrances on the ground of reasons of state were without effect and as a consequence the lady in waiting and her daughter will be asked to go abroad In the hope that a long separation will cure the boyhoods Her Sweet Difficult subjects require careful and for this reason a room clerk at a womans hotel must have special One of the many applicants to approach a clerk of this class was n prepossessing wom a few days walked to the desk and hesitatingly asked if a room could be had at a moderate Would you llko a room at a dollar and a half a day With a startled look she I want one at a We have rooms at that but none You can see that the office is full of and it is not probable that we shall have such a room as you desire until one of our guests gets Sweeping the office with her the young woman re plied it is hope York May following statement with regard to the affairs ot the Allegheny National bank of Pitts bung was Issued last night A committee ot representatives of some ot the largest banks in the prepared to lend all assistance re almost all day in making a thorough examination ot the banks but finding them in a state of inextricable contusion came to the conclusion that the wise thing to do in the interest ot both deposit ors and stockholders under the cir cumstances is to let the affairs ot the bank be closed up by the United States The banks deposits are not to exceed outside of the city1 and state both of which have bondsmen for their The above announcement has come only after the united efforts of Its own officials and the representatives of oth er local banking institutions have failed to put the Allegheny National t on its following the dla covery that the bank had been looted of about by its Wil 11am who is now in jail By Montgomerys turning over certain property and recoverable the net loss was reduced to As the banks capital stock I was only Its surplua and undivided profits the last report to the controller currency the situation was practically The loans and discounts are said have been in a very unsatisfactory dltlon as the result ot Some ot the it were and in other cases the tached was discovered to eally The bankIt even it it could have been obtained following the discovery otthe big defalcation of M Directors of the Allegheny National admitted that the bankers committee had gone through its butthey declined to make any comment on the statement Hope of saving the bank apparently was given up early Saturday It was then determined to have Mont gomerys George Tener aad Richard surrender him and following this action he waa put in it any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should PREDICTION FULFILLED His Wife and Hired Girl Found Murdered at May a prosperous poultry fan cier former rough was found murdered on his farm near here after a mysterious warning that hia household would meet a violent death within two His wife and Jenny a suffered the same but the Shepherds monthsold baby was The house had been ransacked and every thing of value A repeating shotgun was apparently the means of the Frank a Who had been employed only two days on the discovered the bodies short ly after the Zastera is said to claim occult powers according to statements of the victims predicted in Shepherds presence that In two weeks time two men would come to the farm and kill everyone on Frank a was cap tained near Bloodstains were found on his but who is also a these came from killing I M Lively Convention Mar head quarters of the various leagues are booming candidates for president are being opened here today In ad vance of the state Democratic con take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and not rlshk having Brights disease or Delay gives the disease stronger foothold and you should not delay taking Foleys Kidney Bessemer Chronic Constipation One who suffers from chronic con stlpatou is In danger of many serious Foleys Orluo Laxative cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulate the liver and restoring the natural action of these Commence taking it today and you will feel better at Foleys Orino Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and is pleasant to Refuse Bessemer point io a large The league will have a suite of rooms at the the Gray league at the Commonwealth and the Bryan at the same convention will nominate four delegatesatlargft and a candidate superior court f V Intrusted With Important May Cireult Judges George Gray of Wil Dallas of Philadelphia and Joseph Bufflngton p third judicial clrt are by Attorney to on commodity of Hepburn forbidding transpor or other materials over their own todleci   

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