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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houblgant La i Royal Cherry p Crab Violets of Rodger Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER J Bessemer Record Argus H t M ttti This Is the Time of Year Everybody SSI Booster Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE JTORC DOES NOT SEEK TROUBLE No One Anxious to be Arbitrator of Street Car Troubles in Cleveland REFUSES TO SERVE Third Arbitrator In Cleveland Strike Declines the May laboring all day and agreeing upon the one ob stacle which stood between peace and war In the street railway strike iltun tlon the work was all undone when Glen Shurtllff declined to act as a third Aside from selecting the third arbl trator the only other point In contro versy was an agreement as to the po sition the strikers should have after returning to work under an armistice pending the final decision of the board of President Dupont of the Municipal Traction company said he would insist upon the strikers be ing taken back only us new men un less hla present employes agreed to waive their At this point Pro fessor the arbitrator selected to represent the suggested that this point be left to the board of arbi This was agreeable to the union and this proposition was at once made to President He said that in the face of H the plan was agreeable to him and that he could think of but one possible contingency that might interfere and that was that his present employes might not vote to accept this latter May B B mens athletic underwear 50c Thru an extra large transaction We secured for our special and ex elusive control the best Barred Nainsook Athletic Under wear weve ever known to be of fered at a Half Sleeveless Coat Shirt best athletic style regulation Athletic knee Drawers made in good sub stantial manner from White barred just enough for and still light enough be cool and com the way they are nude is at the price gussets and ftiaiorciaf used oa aU of extra To be never Nainsook Athletic Under wear of equal merit under 75c and seldom leu thaa a gar Large aaaortaiMto other Ath letic Nain striped er plain WWU titfrM ftOQQS 4k ffi fc ftfeDeaaU lee DIFFERENCE IN NAME Signature of Rembrandt Discovered on Picture Increases Value May may prove to be a master picture by the great worth tens of thousands of is hanging today as it has been hanging for years In the Hutchin son gallery of old masters at the Chicago art catalogued and labeled as the work of another and Inferior The Is signed by Not oven the Allison knew the signa ture was It is a somber painting of a young apparently of the early seven teenth is dark brown in tone and done in heavy It is sup posed by its owner to be worth some or It it is a Rembrandt t Is worth or Except under close observation and in bright sunlight It bears no On the Irame is the name Ferdinand Bol was a pupil of It remained for Director French of the art institute to discover the but it is in let ters faint in shadow but distinct in brighter WIFE lann LIST Flees From Husband Who Is Accused of Having Slain Six Men EACH CASE GOLDBLOOD MURDER Furnishes Parallel to Laporte Murder Man Being Sweated by Police and Confession Is Expected to to Return to Kansas May five thousand coal miners of Oklahoma and mem bers of the United Mineworkers of who have been on strike since March will return to work early next Prices and condi tions are to remain the same as they were last Governor Sparks of Nevada May John Sparks of who had been ill for some is dead at his ranch near Don Dlckerson will now become governor of He is thirtyfour years old and will be the youngest governor the stale has ever SanCura Ointment Cured Painful Running Sores Because it is powerfully SancCura Ointment best to apply to Oitta arid It draws out all poisonous and foreign matter and disease and the healing does not begin until SanCura has thoroughly cleansed the Then the natural process of goes SanCura hastening It and keeping flesh and skin soft and so that no scar of says My arm was covered with twenty four running sores and sjrollen V twice natural ganCara Ointmeat removed the drew out the poison and healed the arm in an Incredibly short It U the greatest compound for heejlag I ever J shall always keeav SeaCura Ointment la the BaaOwaOtatseeat to a awaraateed cure for dtff Bteedsic fratrai tag Poiaoa Insect Bee Haarfs xn At all droggtrta or a South May age Is under ar rest at twentyseven miles from South charged with alx The police say he has already confessed to two of the mur His arrest fallowed an alleged attempt to make his wife his seventh She escaped and appealed to the It is probable that Brim mlngstall will be subjected to further Bweatbox examinations and that he will be held on a clmrge of murdering David Huff here laut The police Hay he confessed to kill ing a man in whom he had a grudge and was sentenced to ten years in the After Us release he killed a companion and received a sentence of three The list of Brlmmlngstalls according to tne Is Man in Kansas name not tilled by Brlmmlngstall when the mur derer was only sixteen years Railroad man in Missouri name un killed seven years Two men sleeping in a tent in Mis souri names unknown to David Smith Febru apparently dis appealed to Prosecuting At torney Bresnahan for She said that Jim was going to kill her she could not go sleep for feir he would break into the house and mur der She gave hintsthat led to the discovery that her husband has a criminal David an aged citizen of Do went to the Brlmmlngstall home to live a year and a half He deeded them his property on their proposition to support him for the re mainder of his One night last June a scuffle was heard in an upper room of the Huff was found dead Jn bed with the bed clothing very much Brimmlngstall said that Huff had some sort of vio lent or something like it accidentally choked himself to death withthe bed Australia Preparing for May commonwealth government is issuing invitations to the ministers and officials of various states to attend the fetes to and reception of the Amer ican battleship A special race meeting will be held at Flemington 2 in honor of the the events to comprise the squadron hurdle the Roosevelt the Washing ton steeplechase and the Stars and Stripes Postmaster Fox May George aganist whom charges of pernicious political activity along with other allegations were made by a deposed letter has been exonerated from the charges by Colonel Stone of the postofflce department and Vogel of the civil service The Investi gation was concluded on May 7 and the result has Just been Expect Visitors at May reports new in the possession of president of the Denver Convention It is evident that more than visitors will attend the na tional Democratic convention in this city Eleven hundred reserva tions already been made from New Xork state alone aad the Empire states delegation probably will num ber Government Attacks Alleged May bill in equity to retrain the end Hartford Railroad company from exercising any control over the ton and Maine railroad and to sepa rate the New Haven road from the va rious trolley Unes it has fllad ia the United Btatat circuit omit hereby waited Attorney for the fed atal The hlH hrwtcht ahersaaa aot aad weete SHIP U House Knocks Out the Senate Amendment to Postoffice Appropriation Bill THE PUBLICITY BILL IS PASSED But House Tacks to It an Amend ment Reducing Representation of Southern States In Which Causes Democrats to Vote Against May all hope of a ship subsidy was abandoned when the by a vote of 145 lo rejected the conference report on the postoifice appropriation bill con taining a provision therefor end on which the principal flght was The bill was sent back to conference and there is now little prospect that the house conferees will yield to the By a strict party vote of 100 to 125 a campaign contribution publicity bill with an amendment providing for a reduction of representation in the house from the southern states was The Democrats voted against the bill because of the By way of further cleaning up pend ing business the omnibus pension bill conference report was received the conference report on the District of Columbia appropriation bill was agreed to and the senate amendments to the general deficiency and military acad emy appropriation and omnibus In dian land bill were all disagreed to and the bills sent to The Democrats exercised their con stitutional prerogative and in all cases forced rollcalls In the disposition of the business In Bill Doesnt Suit A campaign contribution publicity embodying an amendment by Crumpacker of providing for a reduction in the representation in the house of representatives in those states having dlsfranchlsement was passed by the house by a vote of IfiO to The southern members were bitter in their denunciation of the apportionment provision of the the minority lead was especially in his at characterizing the bill as being an attempt to revive the conditions of reconstruction On account of the Crumpacker amendment the Dem ocrats voted against the bill in its en In brief the provision regarding pub licity of campaign contributions is made applicable to the national com mittees and the national congressional campaign committees of all political parties and all associa tions or organizations which shall in two or more states influence the re sult or attempt to influence the result of an election at which representa tives in congress are to be The Crurapacker amendment pro vides for the reenactment of certain sections of the old federal election except that the idea of the unen acted force bill authorizing the use of troops at the polls is It also provides that the director of the census shall submit to congress a re port on population showing the num ber of male white and in each state and the number disfran chised for the purpose of enabling congress to ascertain the apportion ment in representation to which such states may be Although the Crumpacker amendment does not in express terms state that it is espe cially applicable to the southern is accepted as the Elklns Resolution Goes The open session of the senate was concluded with an extended debate on the power of congress to regulate In terstate and foreign commerce and negative vote of 23 to 32 was taken on a motion to adopt the Foraker sub stitute for the Interstate commerce commission resolution extending the time when the penalty provision of the commodity clause of the Hepburn railroad rate law is to take The Foraker substitute provided that the prohibition against railroads transport Ing across state lines coal or othar ar ticles produced by them shall apply only to property acquired since the passage of the Hepburn rate bill May The committee resolution ap plied to all products without limitation concerning the time of After the was lost and be fore a vote resolu tion could be called Aldrich moved that the senate go Into execu tive Toe bill to place the date of canning productsupon was dU cussed as was beojaalbjis claims but both were The dlsaareemeat te the conference report ea the poet eeloe appropriation WU on of the senate furojrlsiaa for laid before aaether eeatereaoe was ordered wtth lastrae tftlaalst upoa ord THE NEGROS WILL BOLT Colored Remarks Will be Against Republican Ticket This Fall Candidate for Loses Votes on That Ground METHODISTS BALLOT CJ VAIN Significant Change In Standing of New York Aspirant Due to Circulation of Story Reflecting Upon His Marital the May balloting and reporting ineffectual ballots for bishops consumed much of the time and absorbed much of the Interest of the delegates to the Methodist Epis copal general in the Inter vals and in committee meetings there was not an little Important work No choice was reported as the result of the iftfth and seventh ballots and before the end of the day the eighth had been taken and was in the hands of the Information of most reliable character Is to the effect that the eighth ballot resulted In no but shows the the Wilson Lewis and the Quayle in the leading places in the order The chief feature was the drop of the Charles pastor of Calvary Episcopal New York from the fifth to the tenth This is believed to have been due to the publication of a story that Goodell was a divorced Goodell in a statement to the Associated Press attributed his loss of strength to that fact and also admitted the truth of the but added that he divorced his wife on statutory grounds and did not remarry until after the death of his first which he understood had WROTE TO CHOIR GIRL Indiscretion Leads to Resignation of Leavenworth May sen sation was caused here when it was announced that the BJ1 formerly of had resigned as pastor of the Leaven worth Presbyteilan church following charges preferred against him by the mother of one of the young girls in the church The resignation was Elwood has a wife and Elwoods church here was one Of the oldest and most conservative in the Since coming here three years ago the pastor 1as been leader In many Elwood when confronted with letters alleged to aave been written by him to the young choir girl admitted that he bad writ ten them and offered to The elders agreed to accept the resigna tion and let the matter drop with that One of the elders later declared that there was nothing crim inal in the IN HANNAS MEMORY Magnificent Monument Dedicated at May Today will long be remembered by the multitude of friends and admirers of the late Marcus Hanna as the day of the dedication in this city in the presence of Vice President Fairbanks and other distinguished guests of Gau dens magnificent monument In mem ory of the late John the orator of the was at torney general of the United States under President The mon which was the last work of the genius of the late Augustus coat about and the money was raised by popular sub The monument stands at the en trance of Wade one of the most beautiful in the Ministers In Class May the progress of a class party by the jun iors and freshmen of Mount Union college in Llnnaean hall a mob of fifty seniors and burst ia the IB an break up MM ther a rouih which resulted a pitched battle that surpassed la brutality ear class flfht ia lie Wetoflr the ceilnnev bat tle continued thirty was participated ia by three Said ky Harry ADVERSE NEGRO VOTE Foraker Predicts It Will Be Factor In Coming May the view of Senator Foraker of Ohio the Browns ville Incident will be an important factor In the national equa tion this In a loiter written by the Ohio senator to Richard While of and subsenuiritly quoted In a communication to John chairman of theexecu tive committee of the league of the United New YorV ho states his reasons for consent Ing to postponement of the vote li the senate on the restoration of I he men of the Twentyfifth infantry te the army under certain Senator Foraker asserts in the let ter that tbe president declared in a letter to Senator William Alden Smith of Michigan there could be no more sympathy for the men of the Twenti fifth than for the assassins of Garfield or McKlnley and that the pending measure was intended only to force a lot of murderers and perjurers back into the The Ohio senator says further while no prospect of a favorable vote on the measure was held out at this he is convinced that It will be passed next the senator the negro voters of the country can demonstrate their In fluence in the national Wellknown Veteran May excounty treasurer and a vet eran of the Civil ia dead ace Come said the legis lators as her timid suitor halted outside her fathers study I wish to Introduce my Bill In the house with hope that you will give due consideration to the Whooping In February our daughter had the whooping of Hart recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy and said It gave his customers the best of We found It as he and can rec ommend It to anyone having children troubled with whooping says of For sale by Greenville aud Sore Any mother who has had experi ence with this distressing ailment will be pleased know that a cure may be effected by applying Cham berlains Salve as soon as the child Is done Wipe It off a soft cloth before allaowing thebabe to Many trained nurses use this salve with beet For sale by Greenville and Fre CHARGED WITH 5 MURDERS Ray Lamphere and Guinness AW Jointly May return ing seven true bills against Ray here the Lajwrte cointy grand jury also Indicted Belle Guinness for the murder of Andrew Helgeleln of Mo warrant was Is sued for as she was declared officially dead by the verdict of Coroner but in order to vote a true bill against Lamphere as an ac cessory In the kllllng of Helgeleln It was necessary to Indict Guinness as the Lamphere stands before the bar of justice offi cially charged with fire mur ders and being an accessory In the Helgeleln Separate bills were returned against Lamphere for the murder In the first degree of Belle Guinness and her three Philip Myr tle Sorenson and Lucy The unusual feature of the seventh true bill is its indictment of the dead It reads The grand Jury presents that Belle late of the county of Laporte and state of In on the 14th day of did wil fully and with premeditated malice kill and murder Andrew the means and manner of such killing being to the grand Jury Digging has resulted In the unearth ing of a human which It was de cided belongs to one of the bodies dug up In the chicken yard two weeks At that time three skeletons were found in one hole but there were only two Etcapei Death in May to his waist In quicksand after hehad been thrown into a pondby three Tony twentyfour years stood in the water for three cording to bis He finally caught hold of a log and pulled him self out of the After being cared for at the police station Haas said three men had thrown him o the He could not give a reason for having been thrown into the pond and said the men Were strangers to Girl Stowaway on Torpedo Boat May young woman givingthe name of Olga and her home as Los Angeles was rested on Georgia street wharf while entertaining a crowd of bluejackets from the SheSamlti having come up from San Pedro as a stowaway on board the torpedoboat One seaman reported at the police station and ottered to marry her on his but she is ia Bad Attack of Dysentery An honored citizen of this towa was Buffering from a severe attack of He told a friend It he could obtain a bottle of Chamber lains Cholera and Diarrhoea he felt confident of being he having used this remedy la the He saw told that I kept it stock and lost no time In obtain ing and was promptly says of Vt For sale by Greenville and Round the Capital Information and Goai and There in Picked Up Hi Attorney General Is a StayatHome AttorneyGeneral Charles Bonaparte is an Ameri who never has passed out of the dominion of Uncle 8am and who has registered a vow never to do Bonaparte accepted a po aiUaa n President Roosevelts csbl aet he made known this limitation ea his usttfiilness aad the place paly coadiMoa that his ottoial duties saenU never oblige him to leave the Vailed Just why the attorney fleaeral has never visit aa alien land eae eaa say JM ajtaiaat ia his araadmother was by the great Duifag tae elder OaL at tae aaa la his he always Bonaparte has been a suBerer from a digestive trouble for many and she frequently has beenordered to the German spas for treatment Bonaparte baa urged her to but has refused to be suaded into accompanying i Aa she ia a devoted wife of loned type who would not appreciate a sojourn in Europe hue Bonaparte has been eeav peUffi get what aW eke could at American All the world knows hew keoaly disappointed the ladomlUble bath Patteraw WM decided to marry an Williams of when she chosen his prlnoely cousin his U taak the Uarted had reaaoa kaew of her august   

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