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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PfiR This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Builti More THE QIBSQN FURNITURE THE May B big rugs odd sizes priced Body by Royal by Body 9 by 9 Royal by Body by Royal by Body by Royal by All those in considerable variety making opportunity householders will do well to give A few Axminster by will be sold at Entire stock choicest and best yardicicle Silkalincsj BOGGS fc BUHL NORTH I Fresh Fishil Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BALTIMOREOYSTERSli AT THE Kuntze McCoy J FISH MARKET West Of Arlington Hotel Kennedys Cough Syrup promptly yet gently on the through which the li forced out of the and at the time It allays 8ol4 by Hwrrr TWO MARTYRS TO SCIENCE i It Purports to Show That Sena Men Who Gave Their Lives to tor Married MISS Discover Truth About Yellow Fever Are Remembered PETITION AGAINST BEALE Court Asked to Declare Congressman a May Involuntary petition In bankruptcy was Bled In the United States district court by At torney Leo Well against the Leech burg a private bank Ing which was closed on The petition Is also against Congressman Joseph Edward Hill and Daniel the partners of the A receiver Is asked for and Judge James Young will make the ap pointment On 24 an Invol In filed and the Armstrong court ap pointed thi Safe Deposit Title Guar antee company of Klttauntog as re When Attorney Wed asked that the same company be appointed on this occasion objection was made by Attor ney representing a num ber of and by the United States District Attorney John Dun It was alleged that the company was one of the creditors of the Attorney Well stated that the liabili ties would reach about and the available assets POSSE HUNTS MURDERER Miner Who Killed His Wife Hiding Near May a coal miner at Lazear near seven teen miles up the is said to be hiding in the dense woods near that town while a posse of deputy sheriffs is trying to locate who is a coal returned home last it is attacked his wife with a huge butcher inflicting Injuries that will cause her He fled up the river and attempted to cross the Wa bash bridge at Mlngo Junction into was met by officers and turned only to be met by his aged William armed with a knew the gun was not load ed and rushed past him into the Bryan an Easy May returns indicate that Bryan has car ried the state by a large majority in the Democratic primary and that he will carry the largest coun ty in by a safe WIDOWS REWARDED For Heroic Services Rendered by Their May passage by the house of the general deficiency appropriation bill carrying an appro priation of marked the completion by body of the last of the great supply measures of the gov The bill was put through un der suspension of the with no time allowance for general Several measures were passed by unau imous Including a Joint reso lution providing for the payment of an annuity for life of a month to tne widows of Surgeons Carroll and Jesse United States In recognition of their discoveries In connection with the transmission of yellow fever by mos The senate held a short legislative session nearly half of which was con sumed by Senator Heybuni in a fili bustering speech against a conference report on a bill to Increase home steads on nonlrrlgable lands from 160 to 320 which he declared would apply to the richest farm land of After proceeding for an hour the objectionable report was with The conference report ou the executive and judicial ap propriation bill was Senator Bulkeley of Connecticut spoke In fa vor of passing his bill to authorize tin president to reenllst the sol diers ofthe Twentyfifth infanfry and declared that if possible he would se cure action on It during the May Interna tional Brotherhood of Locomotive En gineers have decided to Include South America and Panama in the brother The brotherhood will take In all engineers in these countries who will both Americans and na There are in Panama alone 250 locomotive Janitor Hangs In School May Bu janitor of the schools hanged Wmself in the basement of the school May Elect Ten May is reported that the report of the committee on the whlcKwill be present ed to the Methodist Episcopal general conference will recommend the election of ton Dahringer Wrote Insurance to Tell She Was Paying the Premiums Mae Wood LATTER is SOiHG F03 DIVORCE Love Affair of New York Statesman Aired In Letters Alleged to Have Rcen Written by Him Offered In THE DAHRINGER Monday Spent in Hearing More Tes timony Submitted by the Prosecu Relative to the When court Monday Griff a civil en took the stand and exhibited a map showing the surroundings the scene of the Hor master mechanic of the steel added his testimony as to the location of building and the fore noon session was thus taken of the Sharon po lice said that in response IT a call he had arrived at the plant about 6 and made an examination of the premises outside the One window on the engine room showed finger marks to have at tempted to clean this while the other windows were very and foot tracks were outside the on the oil covered He next went to the little in the frame of the water Near a foot prints were plainly seen outside the building on the west Perkins lives in is a detective saw Oc at her accompanied hy Detective We found her at home with her two Fred and Talked with I was introduced to her as a representative of the different in surance companies and then talked of the She was very much distressed and sobbed He had no she She claimed any knowledge of Insurance saying her son attended to hat and he went Into another room and emerged with a number of Two one in the of PUtsburjf and two In Detroit Attached to them were the applications sup posed to have been signed by the in Have you any other insurance on life was a question in the applica tions and witness told her this was bad and he wondered why Fred mis stated this and she answered she did uot know much about them and noth ing whatever about the Insurance The policies were encased in the regular Insurance envelopes and were all in one Either Dahringer or one son asked if the Insurance held good when Fred was murdered by an assassin and Perkins thought and so Detective Kepner testified as llo the policies in As to his en the defendant said Fred had been a scab in the old Buhl but thought no one would kill him on that Their home life was pleasant and of supreme secretary of the Protected Home Cir has known Ann Dahringer for 15 or 20 years and knew al about the same length of Fred had a policy of the dated March for and another one dated Jan uary for in both of which Ann was the Dahringer also had a policy on her own life in the payable to her Salem of the corroborates agent for the Union Central of and Cen tral of in identified application of Fred Dabr Witness delivered this policy to Fred and collected the flnt premium Continued on Page New May Catherine tVood was on the witness stand all day testifying In her suit for absolute divorce from United States Senator Thomas Platt before Justice OGornmn in the supreme In support of hsr assertion that she had been secretly married to Senator Platt at the Fifth Avenue hotel on November counsel Intro duced in evidence a marriage certifi cate she had been handed her by the minister who performed the and copies of a number of letters alleged to have been written to her by the senator addressed in terms of On crossexamination Miss Wood told how she came to give up the pa pers aud letters she possessed relat ing to Senator alleging that she did so under duress and was com pelled to sign a receipt for in settlement of all her claims against the Miss Wood In her suit named as co respondent Lilian whom Senator Platt married In Sena tor Platt was not In Wanted It Kept Mlsa Wood testified that Platl flrst promised to marry her at Man hattan He said the marriage must be secret as he was an old added the I de murred and told him that he knew nothing about but he said he knew all my past Miss Wood said she had two letters from Senator but that one of them was demanded from her by Martin Miller and an other man in and that she had never seen it Her counsel showed the witness a type written copy of a letter and she identi fied it as containing practically the contents of It was offeredin 6vid6nceand admitted de spite the objections of John Stanch Senator Plaits The copy was dated and read in pai t as follows My Little Bride to have made all You are not to say anything to You are to obey my instructions I Inclose card to the You will be there at 4 oclock and have room I am an old but you shall never regret this Had Signal Another letter of the same date was offered in evidence in which the writer advised Miss Wood that he would not reach the hotel until after 6 oclock and she was to go to her room and await a signal from The witness said she wailed as di rected that Senalor Platt came to her room wilh Iwo men thai he em braced her and inlroduced her to the I took his said Miss and one of the men began the civil ceremony by You take this woman to be your lawful wedded wife and you take this man lo be your lawful wedded Miss Wood said that Platt gave her a wedding ring and she displayed Ihe ring to the court It bore no inscrip She declared thai she Ihoughl the man who performed Ihe ceremony was a minister and that he her a marriage This alleged cer tificate was offered in Fol lowing the ceremony the witness said she remained at the hotel for three days and then returned to her The she was not made public because Platt wanted it lo be kept He would not let me have a lady said Miss he what two women know Is no longer a He want ed me to live In the next room to him and say that I was his but I From Faithful Several copies of letters alleged to have been written by Platt were then read by Mlsa Woods They were addressed In terms of en dearment and Faithfully your In a letter from dated the phrase Your letter has cheered me up so that lam to Odells The writer told Miss Wood not to worry about his as they are all taken care of and that he can do as he His first he had saved up something and it was divided between his sons and and he had told them he would not take one cent of Another clause in the letter was I send you a thousand kisses for the one you sent the bach of was wrlUen To my little offered in was ffcat Miss Woods I was sitting on bis Part of the time I held his We wrote It The little wife were written by I BROKERS FOLLOW SOU Failure of Allegheny whose Cashier was a Good Involves Brokerage Firm GO DOWN WITH BANK James Carothers of Pittsburg In Receivers May a result of the failure of the Allegheny National bank of the doors of which were closed by order of the comptrol ler of the Jamas Gardners brokers and dealers In Invest ment have gone Into the bands of a The company had been handling a large amount of the bank stock for much of for convenience In making quick being carried In the name of the The result was that when the bank crash came Carothers were caught with a big load of Its which Immedi ately tumbled from having a collateral Joan value of at least a share to a share less than the comptroller being empowered to as sess each share Its par While a legal point IB involved In the Immediate effect has been to hold the brokerage firm responsible for all of the banks stock found In Its It Is the there as a flat loss of a great sum of money to the flrm unless the court makes a special ruling with respect to private arrangements between brok ars and their May the city will lose by failure of the Allegheny whose doors have been closed by order of the comptroller of the Is the probability staring the taxpayers In the The city had on deposit in that Institution and may lose part of as It has only 000 secured by HIGH SCHOOL High School Gets Even for Its De Interesting The game between Thlel and high school was won by the Satur day by a score 7 to The score was 4 to 0 at one In favor of high when through several costly errors the Thlel boys scored four making It a In the first the the colleg ians scored another run and took the Then the high school boys thought It was high time to do some Lamb started off with a double and the machine was started and did not stop until three runs had been and the game stopped oil account of There was not a very large crowd but the game was very The score HIGH p 2 2 0 0 1 ss 2 0 1 0 0 of 2 21 1 0 If 0 0 0 0 0 3b 0 1 3 1 1 2b 0 1 1 1 1 rf 0 0 0 0 1 Ib 0 1 7 0 1 c 1 0 8 3 1 c 0 0 0 1 1 THIEL 29 7 7 21 7 7 p 1 0 1 1 0 Ib 0 0 4 0 1 2b 0 0 2 0 1 c 0 1 7 1 1 c3b 0 0 1 0 0 3bc 3 0 0 0 1 1 If 2 0 0 0 0 ss 1 1 2 1 2 rf 1 0 1 0 0 25 5 2 18 4 6 Hit by pitched strike 6 by 7 base on 2 two base left on High 4 and Matte of A Georgia paper says He who rides on the rail courts It wai an rlddeu on a who eald that except for the honor of thing he would just as soon Houston WHAT IS HEMROtn A Tablet Taken That Cures Piles hemorrhoids are getting more common every because we live over taking little ex gradually causing a deadening of veins and tissue In the lower Blood stagnation la the cause of and a condition that cant bo permanently cured with oint LeonhardtB HemRold Is the only internal tablet remedy that cures piles by treeing the circula Sold under guarantee at Price fceonbardt Station TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF May the cap of a boat ou tilacks near Arthur Mace and two broth ers named Urover were May body of Michael ato was found hanging from a tree on a moun tain with a rope around his Foul play Is May Agnes age was killed by an engine ou the Lake Erie aud West ern railroad at She was on her way to y Wad the Butler Bounty baseball pitcher with the American league threatens to become an outlaw by joining the Union May Following a Frederick age forty shot and killed his As he was about to placed under arrest Bower fired a shot Into his own He will probably May editor of a has withdrawn the information he made against George pro prietor of the Hotel for chal lenging him to flght a May Caperena of near who had been receiving Black Hand was shot and fatally wounded while on his way State troop ers are now scouring the district for May Per kins of a delegate to the convention of the Grand International auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Loco motive fell downstairs in the Capitol City bank building and broke her right May body of John age an Ital with the skull crushed as though by a was found on of a creek near the plant of the Standard Steel Car Evidence points to murder and May a misunderstanding of orders two Read ing passenger trains collided at a curve just north of Both en gines were badly wrecked and a num ber of passengers and the crew of the southbound train were May seventh annual convention of postofflce clerks meeting in this city adopted a resolu tion calling upon the Pennsylvania senators to aid In the passage of leg islation now pending in congress pro viding for an Increased scale of wages and summer May age proprietor of the Pemau hotel at com mitted suicide by shooting himself through the He had been refused license at the last term of He had sold his hotel and was to have started today for May Tri State league has decided to raise the salary limit to and over the old figures of and Every club reported its salary list over the old limit and rather than sacrifice valuable players by Thursday when the agreement becomes operative the change was deemed May Mo a prominent who has been missing from his home since last was located in a haymow on the farm of Edward cashier of the Leechburg Banking He is supposed to be suffering from de mentia as a result of money troubles through the suspension of a bank in which he had a large Beaver May an electric storm the residence of Cal vin Eckman at four miles from was struck by Miss Helen age and a twoyearold Eckman child were hurled from a bed and were uncon scious for two In the were two Both of these were discharged by the bolt without caus ing injury to May un earthing of the skeleton of a young woman in a vacant lot in Freeport by workmen engaged In excavating for a cellar has stirred residents of that A believed to be strong evidence of a brutal was found near the Several years ago the remains of person up near the name The property Is now being thoroughly examined for Other Announcement 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 three days Boom Vaughn Adherents and Opponents of William Bryan About to Fight for Control REAL TEST GOMES TOMORROW Pennsylvania Democratic Control of Which Claimed fay Both Will Decide Which of Many Conflicting Claims Will May Demo crats from every portion of the state are pouring Into Harrisburg today to attend the state Democratic conven which will be held and indications are not wanting that it will be one of the liveliest held In Headquarters have been opened here by the Gray and Johnson each having Us corps of boom ers and button and the city has been liberally Thfe Bryan people had things their own way until late last when the other began to send their The Bryan leaguers claim control pt the national delegates the con vention and President Jere Just from a conference with Bryan at asserts that the league will fight for every point in the He declares the Bryanites will control the but de clines to give Guffey men say that the Bryanltes will have less than 100 The Gray league peo pie Insist that their candidate will de velop strength and say that men claimed for iBryan are for The Johnson headquarters people have re fused to make any but assert that they will make themselves felt In the Guffey Seems Sure of Colonel the leader of the says that the Democratic state organization will be In full con trol of the convention and will elect uninstructed all the delegatesatlarge to the national the elect orsatlarge and will nominate the can didate for superior court the only state office to be In denn ing his own position he said JThere neither v animosity not sentimSnt in is I want and thatcan only be attained TI by electing a majority of the electoral Pennsylvania can furnish no Democratic electoral votes and her delegation should attend the Denver convention to Join In the selection of a candidate cated and desired by her sister states who furnish the votes In the electoral have always been opposed to in feeling that each state should send its best to represent It In the national convention and that they in their concerted wisdom while on the ground coald determine better who should be nominated for presi dent than a convention in the several states many months in Instruct them how to Politically I have nothing at stake but the success of the Democratic party In the state and and per sonally prosperity for the people and the business interests of the common wealth and the Two Contests From The convention roll will be made up today by the state executive commit There are only two both from The temporary chair man will be Irwiu of Washing late candidate for superior court There is some talk of him be ing made permanent chairman as Senator Arthur Dewalt is being spoken of for chairman of the plat form The convention will nominate a candidate for superior court the names of Senator Webster Grim of Doylestown and Cresswell of Johnstown being For electorsatlarge the names put forward are John Cadwalader of Phil adelphia and Barr of The chief flght will be over dele gatesatlarge auil Colonel Guffey is committed to no There are over a dozen names sug gested for the An Interesting feature of the anteconvention cam paign was announced by the George Gray who issued a state ment that fifty men would come here from Wilmington to lay the the Deiawarean before the will be ExGovernor Ebe Thomas V Judge Marvel and other proml Eugene Bonniwell of the Johnson league issued a statement saying tout the Minnesota governor is the est man before the party today and that his nomination will insure The Johnson people Insist that they will be satisfied if no Inatrootloas v are saying that with an delegation they have a fair Mlit Body Jjay Miss Bertha in the Princeton uniieraitp H found floating IB the R canal about a baitmile frow tfci negie lake She for a mi   

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