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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PER DAHRINGER PLEADS GUILTY TO FOUL MURDER This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE D1Q JTORC Hay B 8 contract mattings Matting im done under two classifi Matting and Open Market Contract Matting is made to carefully and well under the supervision of a person who takes the responsi bility for its Open Market Matting is tound in factories and warehouses in Japan already made and as the maker has direct responsibility to it is stuff made to sell for what it will and tho sometimes This for some very little Contract Matting over from tho there is plenty of Open Market You look around and satisfy yourself as to the Quality of the Matting you can get at say to a Then come and see splendid texture of the fa the the the good fast note that they dont cost you any if as as Open Market Mat Our entire order for Contract Mattings was delivered to us as BOQQS NORTH Perfumes Houbigant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Gallet Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass goods KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Argus jj LILLEY CRITICIZED Helen Maloneys Marriage U Herbert Osborne Is Annulled SECOND MARRIAGE MADE VALID Committee Report Declares Hit Charges May conclu sions of the special committee which has been investigating the charges of Representative Lilley of Connecticut that members of the house had been improperly Influenced In connection with submarine torpedo boat legisla tion that Lilley had violated his obligation as a member and had acted in bad faith with the committee and in contempt of the house were sus tained by the house by a vote of 257 to Five hours of the session were de voted to the four o which were consumed In reading the The Connecticut members Joined In voting against the resolution by which the house adopted the conclusions of the committee as its Williams of Mlssisslpl denounced Lllley as be ing guilty of for he he should be He pre sumed that the reason the committee did not carry Its report to a recom mendation to that end was because Lilley was at his home 111 and unable to be present and defend him self In such a It was a noticeable fact that the five members of thespecial committee Broussard and together throughout the proceedings and that none of them submitted any remarks in connection with the The partial conference report on the sundry civil appropriation bill occa sioned a lively It was adopted and the conferees will continue their efforts to arrive at a complete agree May sentativeatLarge George when Informed of the substance of the report of the Routell re fused to comment upon saying that he had not yet received an official copy of the I understand the report is a very voluminous docu he and I shall tc read It carefully and consult with my attorneys before saying anything fur The most the most painful aspect of the report to me is the reflection upon my personal Among those who know me i do not think that requires any Noth ing In my private or puWIo record will Justify these personal Daughter of Philadelphia Millionaire Freed by Court From an Entangling and Embarrassing Alliance Said to Have Been Contracted In New May marriage of Miss Helen Alaloney of Philadel phia to Arthur a young stock broker of this was annulled by order of Justice McCall of the su preme who a dinned the Hidings of a referee appointed to take evi dence In the Miss Maloney Is the daughter of Martin wealthy reslden of upon whom the title of count was conferred by the The young woman went through a marriage ceremony with Osborne before a Justice of the peace In Mama In dur ing which she gave the name of Helen May Edwin Stuart in address at n reception here spoke of the impor tance of the conservation of tho natu ral resources of the country and espe cially of Pfinnsylvanla and showed what this state has done in some lines in that May Cleverly laid plans of Miss Fannie West of Ava to elope with Harry Ralston of the same place were neatly frustrated by the girls West learned of the intended elopement and accompanied her daughter to the depot and called the affair May is the nic est house we ever said An nie Havel on arriving at her new house In Homevllle after moving from She had scarcely uttered the words when she iell to the floor Heart disease Is believed to be the cause of her sudden May Because she would not get out of bed when he asked her to do Andy eight years blew off the top of his fouryearold sisters He placed the muzzle of a shotgun in his sisters mouth and pulled the but didnt know the gun was May with his was shot during a fight with four constables who attempted to replevin a horse In the possession of the Jones died of his The father was dangerously wounded and may also One of the constables was May almost mi raculous escape from death under the wheels of a street car after being dragged thirty feet was an experience which little fourteenyearold Stella Vverle of Carnegie had while return Ing from Her collar bone was broken and ligaments of her left ankle were torn May Has an employe of the Brown Manu facturing during the noon lunch hour climbed into a tree to rest and read a He went to fell out of the tree and landed in the Mufiklngum He would have drowned but for the prompt assistance of McDonald ana office at the corner of Main and SAMUEL Eugenie and Osborne gave the name of Herbert There were two witnesses to the After the marriage the two returned to their homes and Miss Maloney lived with her parents for a long time without the escapade becoming In she eloped with Samuel a young English and they were married in Mon The couple went to England ap parently without the knowledge of Miss Maloneys and for a few weeks an active search for her was kept up by representatives of her fam As soon as her disappearance be came known Osborne notified Maloney of tho ceremony which had taken place two years Both Clarkson and his wife returned to this country a number of weeks ago and proceedings were Instituted in behalf of the Maloney family to annul the marriage to Osborne did not the but put the facts before the official recommended to the court that the marriage be annulled and Justice Mc Call affirmed that The decree is interlocutory and does become final for three The evidence was not made The result of It Is that Miss Ma loneys marriage to Samuel Clcrkson becomes legal and no other ceremony will be necessary unless It be desired to have the young womans status con firmed by a marriage in the Oil May trolley line to follow the bank of the Allegheny river between this city and Warren is a project that is being fostered by local Warren The distance is about fortyfive May Em ployes of the Washington and Canons burg Railway a subsidiary concern of the Pittsburg Railways have agreed to accept a cut of onehalf cent an May EJvan a prominent attorney of Southern was killed and his Joseph probably fatally injured when a buggy in which they were riding was struck by a street May age an inmate of the county cut his throat and then leaped from tho window of a Even with his throat cut and the fall of fifty feet he is still May dead body of David age was found on a sofa at his home in He had shot himself through the tem Harmon was a saloonkeeper un til a temperance wave put him out ot May first sale oi Importance in the Ohio crude oil field In months was closed when Mure disposed of their holdings in this and Hancock wells with 10 barrels settled production for to the Glenn City 01 company ADMITS SHE KILLED HER HUSBAND Woman Detective Overheard Her Confession To Her Law yer In Her Cell And Defense DEGREE VERDICT Ann Mercer countys will go to the penitentiary for eight This is the greatest surprise of a series of sensations Wednesday with the testimony of Ida She was a detective and a fake prisoner on the jail and became Dahrlngers Dahrlnger told a great deal but what Miss Owen overheard was of more Secreting herself In a space above Dahringers she heard Dahrlnger confess the murder to her and was ready to tell even is darkly hinted the opportunity This was a tenstrike for the prosecution and capped the climax of a series of proofs that left no doubt as to the guilt of the woman of this ter rible The attorneys for the defense raised the point that this violated the ruleprotecting the confidential relations of attorney and client and is said to be the first time such evidence was ever secured or offered and the of to be ruled upon by a An offer of the testimony type written was made and Judge Williams took the papers and promised his Thursday whereupon court court Thursday Attorney Anderson arose and sprung the second surprise We enter a plea of guilty and let the court fix the Everybody in the crowded court room almost gasped for breath as this turn ot affairs was The Commonwealth consented to this plea and the court stated that there could under this two first degree murder or ac He then recited the stating that this shall be fixed as second degree murder and as the defense asked lor an immediate Judge Williams wrote out and read this The sentence of this court is eight years n the Western penitentiary at sentence to be commuted from this Before passing the sentence the Court said to the prisoner iou are charged with murder in the first degree and with Have you anything to say why sentence of the court should not be passed upon you She replied in a clear The family was not present when the sentence was on Page TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF May the clos ing session of tho Central Pennsylva nia diocese of the Episcopal cliurcn kere Bastou was selected as the next of May How former marshal of Terrace is dead as the result of burns sustained while attempting to light a lire in the kitchen stove with May four yearold daughter of and Harrington of la dead and the mother seriously burned as a result of gasoline May cuting Attorney Taggart Sheppard of Clalrsville fell in a faint on Main He was taken to a hospital where he Heart failure was the May The thirtythird annual convention of the Amalgamated Association of Steel and Tlnworkers has The associatioa will meet next year in May state board of pardons has refused to ex tend clemency to Peter con demned to be hanged In this city on May 26 for the murder of his success ful and granted rehearlngs to Mike Venango and Ro sarlo who have asked permis Bion to make a second application for commutation ot the death May Governor Harris has issued an order recalling Troop A of Cleveland from duty in the hurley tobacco region of Southern Ohio and ordered Company K of the Seventh infantry at Portsmouth to the tobacco The governor said 4the recall of Troop A was in no way con nected with the strike at but was the result of Importunities from members of the who are business to be relieved of To Thine Own Self Be Do you desire to be a power In the world Then be Be true to the highest within your own and allow yourself to be governed by no customs or conventionalities or rules that are not founded upon Earthworms That Plant That earthworms as well as squir rels may aid the forester la the novel suggestion of an American Dry maple seeds are drawn into worm where tbey and it is believed hat some of them must sur vive In favorably moist Waddell Quits Louis May Louis baseball team of the American league left this city leaving Rube the eccentric Rube quit the team after declaring that he had not been treated right by the man After pitching his old teammates here and securing a victory for the Louis team before persons ho made a demand for an advance in He did not get the Coffmans Sanity in May rigid Investigation will be made into the murder of Stella Coffman by her the a Methodist Episcopal The re port that Coffman bought a razor a few days before the tragedy and other stories will be looked Into by the au thorities as bearing on Coffraans as sertion that he was temporarily Knew by It was during an ural examination at a medical As the examination proceeded the student who was being questioned got warmer and and the sweat broke out over his fore What would you do to throw a patient into a profuse at length asked the If you had tried the ordinary drugs without effect Send hliu here to be ex replied the student without a moments If that didnt do It theres nothing that Fashion Alcoholic colors are largely These range from a washedout white to deep They may be seen almost Ally Slo A FAVORITE WITH THE CUFFEY HOLDS SEAT The Pennsylvania Democratic Leader Proves Title to His Position BRYAN AND BERRYLOSE OUT Pennsylvania Democratic State Con vention Proves Its Loyalty to Prin ciples Espoused by Oil Bryanltes Repeatedly Snowed May one ot the hardest fights within the party In several years the Democratic state convention decided not to Instruct tls delegatesatlange to the Denver con vention for It was a cleancut victory for the Democratic state or headed by Colonel James GuHey of the Pennsylva nia member of the national Colonel Guffey maintained all along that he and his friends would control the but their claims were always disputed by the leaders of the faction who were In favor of Issuing binding Instructions for William The under the lead ership of the executive committee of the Bryan Democratic had a large following and they fought to the bitter While feeling ran high In the which was at times very no personalities were Indulged and when the followers of Bryan found that they were In the minority they acquiesced and the con vention quickly came to a Colonel Guffey and his supporters believed that the flght made to In struct the delegatesatlarge against his advice was more of a contest to depose him as the state leader than It was a contest in the Interest of Colonel Guffey was greatly pleased with the outcome of the con vention and he anticipates no trouble In being reelected national committee man by the Pennsylvania delegation at the national Drop William Aside from the defeat of the Bryan probably the most Important hap pening was the dropping by the Dem ocratic organization of former State Treasurer William Berry of Dela ware who was elected state treasurer on the fusion ticket three years ago during the Re publican was the first to all attention to the alleged state cap Itol frauds and because of this was considered popular among the Demo crats of the For this reason he dad been picked to be one of the dele atesatlarge on the organization tick although he was a Bryan Later the Bryanites placed him on their slate as a As lie did not object to being on the tick ets of opposing he was in formed by the organization leaders that they did not Intend to name him on the ground that in a fight like the present no one man could consistently jo along with both There were seven names presented to the lonventlon for the among them Berrys and he received he smallest luimber of The delegateaatlarge chosen by the or anlzatlon people are Colonel State Senators Hall and Dewalt and John Bryanites Meet The principal flght was over the question of instructing the four dele While 11 was expected that the Guffeyites were reasonably sure of It wan not made cer aln until the several convention com mittees had The Guffey people offered a platform which was silent on the presidential question and the Bryanites immediately offered an amendment Instructing the delegates atlarge for It was defeated by a vote of 34 to Then they offered another amendment containing the Bryan plank of the 1906 state conven tion and it also went down to 32 to When the platform was presented to he convention Jere S one of the leaders of the offered as a minority report the second amendment defeated In the meeting of the committee on The fireworks then started and It took an lour and a half before the matter was disposed Black made an earnest plea for Instructions and for mer Congressman James Kerr ot Uearfield also supported the Bryan Then John Tjenahnn of Wilkesbarre made a vigorous attack upon which roused the Bryan ltes to a high pitch of Bryan Ltnohan declared that Bryan had led the party to destruction and that he a witheringblight upon the Dem ocratic The convention was la constant uproar in consequence of Lenahans remarks and he was fre quently compelled to stop talking while Peter ot Lenahans tried to bring about or Lenahan was not afraid of the declaring that the nolae and bluster of the Bryan shouters could terrorize Alter a tedious roll tae wisgrltx defeated QUAFFS FATAL Young Woman Drinks Acid and Lauda num After May Seated In her room at 223 East Robinson making merry with friends whom she was treating to icecroam and Apollo narls Flo known also as Antoinette age twenty a former actress and picked up a bottle from the mantel aad with the words here drained the The bottle contained a mixture of laudanum and carbolic Her friends saw her sit down in her chair and the next moment she tell on the The little gathering broke up In Lillian the hurried for some but the efforts of the friends were In Sue died A quarrel with Prank Judd of Bern chief clerk of the Pennsylva nia age Is said to have brought about the He is said to hare been The body was taken to Wrays undertaking establish ment on the Northside and the coro ner was Deputy Coroner Gllmore secured a statement from Frank who stat ed that he had known the woman for the last five years and he believed that her death was due to 111 health and an unbalanced Liner Sinks All May Brit ish steamer foun dered westward of the Lizard after colliding with the British steamer Ja All the passengers and crew of the Latona were saved by the Japonic and were landed Evelyn May Abandon New May is a pos sibility that Evelyn Nesblt Thaw may abandon the proceedings for the an nulment of her marriage to according to a statement inafle byher JDaiiJsl PREDICTION COMES TRUE Wealthy Brooklyn Man Dies of Hy drophobia at Doctors New May fate that the physicians at the Pasteur Institute predicted for him on Monday overtook William Marsh of Brooklyn when at his residence on Ocean avenue the welltodo manufacturer of water died of His end was peaceful as he was kept under the influence of opiates and was kept free from pain to the Marsh contracted hydrophobia while caring for an injured water Unsuspecting at he be came worried about his condition on when symptoms resembling those of hydrophobia By that the disease had progressed so far that there was no hope of checking and whbn he ap plied for treatment at the Pasteur In stitute in this city he was told that nothing could be done him and that his death wasonly a question of a few Marsh bore up bravely and bus led himself winding up his personal affairs until the paroxysms which be gan to seize him induced the adminis tration of In his intervals of freedom from pain he bade farewell to the members of his who had gathered at his and made final disposition of his business Falls With Balloon Rio May fatal bal loon ascension was made here by Lieu tenant Fonseca of the Brazilian The lieutenant was preparing for his first ascension and a large gathering of officers had assembled to witness the He entered the car and was completing final prepara tions when a strong gust of wind obliged the men who were holding the gas bag to let The balloon shot up Into the It rose to an altitude of feet when suddenly it col lapsed and fell down to earth with un checked The lieutenant crushed to wins in May Demo cratic state convention unanimously adopted resolutions instructing Michi delegation to the national ventlon at Denver to vote as a unit for the nomination of William Bryan tor president until he Is rote of 17 to after the platform was adopted by a Toce The platform declares for tariff rfr vision and that such revision should be based upon the equitable protoc Uon of American labor wben ing with foreign There was little interest in the Rumination for HOT Webster 11   

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