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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houblgant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger fc Qallet Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus Bldg RECOUNTJAS BEGUN First Blood for Hearst in the New York Mayoralty Contested Election Case TOUCHED ME This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE HEARST GAINS 27 Recount of Ballots In Mayoralty Con test New May recount ng of the ballots cast for Hearst and George McClellan for mayor In the last election for that fflcs In this city In was begun after a delay of more ban two The contents of two mllot boxes were counted in the pres ence of a Justice of the supreme court and resulted In a net gain by rlearst of 27 votes in the two pre There are precincts In greater Mayor McClellana ilurallty over Hearst In the orig nal count was The votes In one of the boxes re which showed a net gain of 15 votes for had been the subject of a complaint before the grand A Socialist watcher at the polls alleged that the vole for Hearst ind McClellan had been On the original count McClellan had So Says Monitor Florida to 12 Inch Gun of Her Sis ter Ship ANOTHER ERICSSON VICTORY On Scene of Famous Battle Between Monitor and Merrlmac Former Again Proves Her Vast Ability to Take Punishment With Pleasant Old Point May The biggest naval the heaviest projectile and the highest explosive combined with close range and deadly aim were allowed to work their full havoc on the turret plate of the monitor The result is Hearst had 107 votes and McClellan declared to be a victory for turret con 6 In this and notwithstanding Justice before whom the the 11inch hardened steel plate was recount is being said at the j the seams of the turret sprung and the rivets and close of the session that from now on the count would proceed more Counsel for Hearst said he be lieved the recount would be completed within six May formerly a prominent real estate deal Involved in frauds that are be lieved to have amounted up into the hundreds of was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary at hard labor by Judge Beacom In com mon pleas May a premonition of seventysix years who served in the Ninth Ohio cavalry during the Civil asked his relatives to see that he burled in his old army He died suddenly of heart He had read tho Bible 100 so close together sounded like The 12Inch projectile had hit Its It was a a flash and a loud of yellow smoke quietly drifting away over the top of the Vhat was left was a black to tho rsht of ho gun here was what looked like a he officers went to the Florida at but before they got there her crew of twenty to thirty de ailed from the receiving ship Frank in and officered by Commander Meulenant Joseph Taus sig and a had come up from the hold and were looking over the The plate had been broken through from the gun port to the edge lust above and Just below where the shell The broken piece had been driven Into the turret several but not th6 thickness of the so that no hole wag actually The detonation was somewhat as was evidenced by the quantity of sulphurllke powder which covered the deck and This fail ure to realize the Full strength of the powder is regarded as injecting the only uncertain element Into the Not Much Damage Officers entered the turret at once and Its mechanism Vas the turret being swung completely arounci each way and the lefthand guns The right being the THE PREMS GREASE Butler County Man Duplicates Spotty McBrides FeatWidow Too FARM GUSHES WEALTH In reply to a question by Cui borson Aldrlch slated that the Democratic conferees of the senate and house had not concurred In the conference All Eyes on the Deep Interest attaches to the prob able course of the bill In the senate as also to the length of time that may be required for Us consideration by that The Democratic senators spent much of the day in Informal confer ences among themselves as to the Lone Widow in Hebron Oil Field Be comes Suddenly May open Ing of the Hebron oil and gas field In this county already tins made a comfort ably with still more riches In Six months ago Tor wHIger was the of nn ent farm Hint hJf n living and that nlioiit diy Practically the only point remaining unsettled Is when the vote will be crippled gun In place of the regular j taken jjo olle doubts that the report which had been removed for the be adoptoaalld the bill of could not be J As the now appears the besides the broken plate had wedged of and the consequent against the officers fina adjournment of congress depends would not have prevented the gun beiargeiy one man and that Is Sen Ing although It would have Inator So far as they have terfered with the spoken the Democrats are Inclined to But the turret bore the evidences of nnai action after comparative proper course to pursue with on a neighboring tract struck enco to the bill and decided upon a conference to be held today at 10 oclock as the best means of afford ing an opportunity tor an exchange of views without binding t was also decided to summon all ab sent Democratic senators to B B long silk you sec them youll wonder how such fine Gloves can be woven for a Pure Silk Gloves tipt wrist the esuntial features of best Silk Gloves and the three White a Finest 16button Milanese Silk White or 20 inch Lisle White or 16button Taffeta Silk finish Glove White or 16button Milanese Suede Lisle or Colors 2clasp Suede Lisle Gloves White or to Lisle Gloves of surprising at 50e a pair SUk Gloves double tipt White or Col BOQQS NORTH PA May Hoch of Kansas was entertained at dinner by the Cadiz board of The Kan sas executive married a niece of Sam uel who resides near and the Including the governor and his family and other rel have been visiting the Dicker son May outfielder of the Scranton was struck on the head by a pitched ball la the game hero with Albany Then he was taken to the state hospital at the direction of the attending who has determined that the skull Is He will be operated upon May proprietor of a dancing acad emy and James Lippincott of Philadelphia were injured when their automobile crashed into that run by Singleton Outhwalte in turning a cor The Smith machine upset and the men were thrown Smith has a broken collarbone and many May Karnes of Gallipolls Is dead at the Mansfield reformatory and three other prisoners are reported dying from dlnklng wood Karnes served with honor in the navy during the SpanishAmerican He was sent to the reformatory for burglary al eged to have been committed at Co May are searching for Lemuel who shot his Ezra The wo quarreled over the right to use a ane between their It is alleged liat Caampt shot Kelley grap pled with his assailant and took the revolver from Suddenly growing weak he was ascertained to be In a critical condition and may May men held up a freight train while four compan ions robbed a car of The men boardedthe train in the Two went forward and stopped the Two yard detectives were en board the train but knew nothing of the robbery until the engineer and fireman brought the train to a stop under orders of the The de tectives opened flre upon the screws loosened and It was not five minutes after the terrible Impact that the finely bal anced mechanism of the turret was telng worked with perfect ease and the 12Inch gun on the left side was trained at Inside the turret where stand the gunners and gun the havoc was much less apparent than from the Examination showed that of the many delicately adjusted instruments for flre sighting amd operating the few If any were out of working If this had happened in battle the Florida would be fighting said one of the rear admirals with enthu Then followed a futile attempt to destroy the newly designed fighting mast erected on the stern of After five shots from a The paint along the seams had many of the seams were bolts were loosened and silv ers of the plate lay A board dummy on the Inside was and the opinion of officers was that even with the terrific Impact the gunners In the turret would not have been In The mechanism In the turret bore no outward evidence of damage and the belief was expressed that a test would find It in working the the Arkansas had gone ripping through it the mast still stood Battlemast Also Forty shots would not bring it EYES 010 McDonald and nave their corner ol Main Constipation One who suffers from chronic con stlpatlon Is In danger of many serious Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronic constlpatloa as It aldi digestion and stimulate the liver anc restoring the natural action of these Commence taking It today and you will feel better a Foleys Orlno Laxative doe not nauseate or gripe and it pleasan to Refuse Bessemer down and no enemy would waste am munition and time shooting at was the qxpert It was predicted that all new ships will be equipped with battlemasts of this The scene of the real war demon stration was Hampton already made famous by naval The which has been in the hands ot experts for some presented the appearanceof a resigned She lay with her nose pointing out through the Virginia near Thim ble shoal and about four miles from Old Point Her steam was up and a large American flag floated Back of the bridges on the upper structure there hung the weekly wash of several But most striking in her appearance was the leaning tower on her the woven pipe military resembling a huge wastepaper On top of Its 125 feet of height was a broad plat where two dummy sailors fash oned from boards stood bravely look nk down on two more dummies of ie same pattern on the turret for One of the two big guns which rotrude from this turret had been emoved and a crippled gun occu led Its Fired at Close Just 342 yards on the inside of the lay her sister the Ar The distance looked cruelly lose as the big guns of the latter ship irepared to take unerring This la such a test as would never sccur In actual remarked a ear as the big party of offi cers boarded the The aim will be perfect the distance is so close that the impact will be at its ull velocity and the part of the Flor da to be hit is the We going to shoot a 12Inch projectile through that target to get was the and when you see the red flag go to the masthead of the Arkansas and lear her scoot for There was just the suggestion of a ground swell coming In through the iapes and as the chief fault with the monitor class of ships that they teel any It was an hour and a quarter before Lieutenant Walter M in charge of the big Wisconsin Senator May Upset AldrichCannon Cur rency Program HOUSE INDORSES THE MEASURE Action of Senate Dependent Upon Democrats and the Pompadour Re publican From the Badger Desperate Appeal by Aldrich May An emer gency currency law Is The currency question its place aa practically the only subject of consid eration at both ends of the and when both houses adjourned the compromise bill which was by the Republican conferees had received the sanction of the house and had been presented to the where It was announced It would be taken up for consideration today and where It will also be passed when the vote is The day began with a continuation of the conference between the Repub Ican representatives of the two This resulted in a complete being later present got his There was a a the monitor kicked back into the water and sprang up again and when the canvas target came into view it had a hole through Ha lower Then Came the Big Then the turret ot the Florida was slowly swung around so that her guns and those of the Arkansas looked squarely at each More than an hour of gun training A little later the bit crashes ly brief They simply desire opportunity to enumerate what they believe to be the objectionable features ot the new bill and also to point out the supposed inconsistencies of the Republican The meet Ing of the Democrats will be a confer ence and not a caucus and there will be no effort to bind the LaFollette a Senator LaFollette refused to out line his probable course further than to say he would vote against the new He was In consultation with Dem ocratic leaders at various times dur ing the day and hla bearing was such as to lead to the conclusion that If the Democrats would agree to flght the measure he would assist Senator Aldrlch does not expect to speak on the bill beyond making a brief Some of the Demo cratic senators are preparing to charge him with having abandoned his oppo sition to asset currency and he says he might make some announcement of his position In that As a matter of he this bill comes nearer providing government money than we have ever The government is to Issue It upon securi ties It approves and the power of the treasury officials Is CARRY NO PASSENGERS Cars of Chester Trolley Company Run But Collect No Fares May are run nlng unmolested on the lines of th Chester Traction the em ployes of which have been on strike for seven and the local author ities apparently have checked the dls orders of the last two days whici followed the withdrawal of the state who were sent here to guan the property of the The cars are guarded by policemen an are manned by nonunion Th are carrying no passen gers In the city because of the boycot placed on the company by the public which has spread to business house serving the nouunion1 employes an even to grocers serving the famllle of The sheriff of Delaware In which Chester is has sworn In a number of deputies who are juardlng the trolleys on their sub urban A feed wire of the com pany near Philadelphia was It is by strike sympathizers In an attempt to tie up the line to that The wlrecu tiers left no Union League May Announce ment is made that owing to the dls bandment ot the Wilmington team and the temporary suspension of playing by the Baltimore club the Union base ball teague will be operated a six cub May seven yearold son of John a fell under a field his head being crushed into the freshly plowed Tho boy will May a mine ex leaftnl her fnrm to the Bradford Oil and Ons company on the usual agreement that If oil or gas were found she was to have a and if the hole was a duster the company would pay all the cost of drilling the But it was far from being a Instead It was a gush er and has been producing J10 a day to Terwlltger as her One after another wells were driven nd one after another they came in pro until the past week the fifth 11 well was besides two gas wells of steady each good In roy alty for from to a The rossure of gas Indicates an Inexhaus Ible while the oil wells are ironounced good for ten years at GETS BIG Butler Man Repeats Performance of Spotty May McBrlde of Two Years TRlSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF May 28 Squire twentyone years was killed In a runaway a mile west of May The Washington a retired Presby terian Is dead at his home age May der sixtysix years a welltodo hanged himself in a barn at the home of his John May Parkersburgs wealthiest twice mayor and one ot the most prominent Democrats in West died at his home age May eightyfour years an old seeking admission to the state was stricken with apoplexy In a car en route to the Institution and died at the home May from a neighbors house Fred Lewis found aflre the cradle In which lay her four weeks old The childs legs were terribly and It Is feared he will A lamp May Georgo a farmer of Salem captured a burglar In his house and marched him at the point of a shotgun to where he preferred charges before Justice of the Peace May Coroner Bothwell says that aged John an old was killed by attend ants at the Masslllon state Bothwell says he will present the facts to the grand jury of Stark county ask for the arrest of two of the at tendants on the charge of manslaugh Adams was and trampled upon by the attendants Fri day night before his Adams was sink every cent I have In the world in that hole and Ill declared Harry an oil well pumper and a soldier of misfortune three months after putting his last cent into forlorn hope losing his Job with the Standard Oil company and earning the scorn of Today Hoffman has an Income of nearly a day and the biggest oil in Butler county since the striking of the Spotty gusher two years Round the Capital Information and GOMID Picked Up Here and There in Senators Neck Broken 35 Years Ago SENATOR ed as a matter of form to the Demo cratic was presented to the There It was taken dis cussed for one hour and passed by a vote of 1C6 to The house had no sooner recorded Its verdict in favor of the bill than It was hurried over to the short ly after 6 with the announce inent of the approval of the house ot The conference report was read anc after the reading had been concluded Aldrlch announced that today after routine he would move to take up the report and continue its SENATOR MONEY of Mississippi has lived 36 years with a broken neck and did not know it until the other Not until he went to a physician for treatment for from which he suffered for did he learn of his real At the first battle of in Money was a cavalry man In the confederate While riding through the streets he was struck by a bullet that circled around his doing no other In The shock wag such that Money was thrown from his horse and struck on his Being help ess he was captured and taken with in the federal He did not ask for hospital was exchanged rejoined his troop and fought until the war Years passed and Money en plosioa at near three men were killed and one man was killed by a falling pipe after he had been dragged out of the mine by the diflwjaed oL Whooping In February our daughter had the whooping of Hart recommended Chamberlains Cough nemedy and said it gave his customers the best ot satisfaction We found It as he and can reo ommeud it to anyone having children troubled with whooping says of Fo sale by Greenville and tered the Neuralgia had a firm hold of him and his eyesight had grown so bad as to approximate He was advised to try He went to New accompanied by his Almost the doctors first remark was you have had your neck I would say you thrown from a horse and sustained the broken That is Just exactly what did hap replied Senator recall ing the Injury at I can cure your said the physician It will require but a mo ments The osteopath laid the senator on a took hold of the misplaced vertebra with both hands and put It Into proper The physician told Senator Money that he must take precautions until the weakened muscles regained their normal He was cautioned not to turn his head In looking at but to move his entire These Instructions were the neck apparently became as strong as it was 35 years before the opera LaFollettes Wife a Real Help to Him IT is quite the ordinary thing to say that the wife of a politician Is his The politician likes to have It for there la a sort of sentiment which attaches to It which appeals to the The statement is not al ways but In the case of Senator and LaFollette of Wisconsin It for LaFollette Is a keen Judge of Clear la mind and sound In judg It was LaFollette who pur Buaded her husband to choose law and politics and to give over all Idea of a stage The wife the senior senator from the Badger state root the man who be came her husband at the University of She was Mtsa Belle and her intellectual attainments first attracted A story told ot their studeat days la as follows LaFollettes great gilt was that of He tried for all the prizes In and had the air of a man who thought lie could Miss Case had some oratorical talents ol her and began to cultivate them early and She won in the for the special prize for oratory at graduation came to her and not to man who later became her It was not before the wouldbe winner of the prize won and they were married short ly after their graduation Ironj the uni versity In LaFollette is very and the social life at Washington has little or no attraction for spends much of her time in works ol charity and When her husband was elected to congress LaFollette spent her first winter in Washington taking course In the law school of the George Washington Should t ever happen to be the part of womans duty to aid her bus band In his campaign for the it la said be will have at Mf command asaUUnoe ho will in W wtaf f   

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