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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houblgant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets Rodger Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus FITHIAN WAS CHOSEN Grove City Man Elected a Pres idential Elector at the Prohi bition Convention V This Is the Time of Year Everybody 111 Hoosicr Kitchen Every Year Built More Convenient THE Q1BSON FURNITURE THE P1Q STURGEON NOMINATED Prohibition State Convention Names State May Stur geon of was nominat ed for judge of the superior court by the state Prohibition For delegalesatlarge to he national con vention the following were elected Michael Fanning of George Ardmore Burton Philadelphia Wil Sayre James Alle jheny Godfrey Philadelphia Llvermoro Union City Butler Frank David MoCalmont of Franklin was reelect ed state ch at rm The following presidential electors were chosen District John Heston Francis McGee Samuel Felton Evenson all of Phila delphia Charles Coatesvllle Howard Nor rlstown Ephrata Scranton Wilkesbarre Schuylklll Schnel Catasauqua Sayre James Manselt Williams port Dannvllle Fayettevllle Harrlsburg Ed Belsano Cyrus Gettysburg Bradford Butler John Berlin Mar Newcastle Isaac Meadvllle George Has ton Peters burg Grove City Pittsburg Knox McKeesport Pittsburg Pitts The platform adopted reaffirms alle1 glance to the national Prohibition It affirms that the license sys tem a Tn that itplanes a blirden of taxation on the commonwealth which exceeds Its favors the election of the president and vice president of the United States by a direct vote of the The platform contains no specific lo cal option but It favors all movements that haive for their object the overthrow of the liquor TODAY TELLS SIOR1 Fate of AldrichVreeland Bill to Be Decided in the Senate EYES ON LAFOLLETTE AND CORE COLIN IS DISABLED Famous Horse That Never Ran Second Will Race No More New May Having bnrnn the while with blue polka dot colors of James Keenc thirteen times to victory and never having suffered de the which horsemen generally sidered the greatest racehorse May B B voile Quality and color both that will stand the Theyre 15 pleated flare positively surpass ing anything thats ever been Some trimd with wide 4 inch folds of Taffeta Silk with group of one wide and four narrow Imported Crispy Voilo Tan or Pearl gore with 5 inch Taffeta Black Voile Skirts with eilk inch flounce with two Voile to Taffeta to Black Braid Lace Merry Widow Coats Butterfly to wear with Voile or Taf feta to All lined withi Taffeta Silk NORTH May after a Paul nineyearold son ot John Finley of withdrew his hand with a scream as a big cop perhead snake wriggled The boy had been bitten on the finger and in a short time his hand and arm I had swollen to twice their normal While the boys father and other men were killing the snake Thomas Steele was The boy is in a dan gerous May Camp bell of is lying at the point of death In the hospital here as the result of an accident which befell him at where he gave an ex hibition of trick cycle riding In an act which he calls A Leap for He was riding an inclined elevated track and just as he approached the break In the track where he Is supposed to leap and turn a somersault his wheel went wrong and he was thrown forty two May Denver of Wilmington was nominated for a sec ond term in congress at the sixth congressional Democratic James and Judge were elected delegates to the national Democratic The delegates were In structed ot vote for May Mayor Meals has announced the appointment of William assistant resi dent clerk ot the house of represent to be city highway commis Caldwell will accept and his place on Capitol hill will probably be filled by appointment of Dale Meals of son of Mayor May administrator of the estate of the late Abner brother of the late began suit against Anna former widow ot Abner to recover in life In surance for the benefit of the Shields alleges that by undue in fluence McKInley bad the insur ance transferred to herself two weeks before her husbands The ad minlstrator claims that tbe estate can not pay its creditors in full without Ibis With These Exceptions Senators Seem Inclined to Allow Morgans Pet Measure to Get Sen ators Are May antlcl pated strenuous opposition to the adop tion of the conference reiort on the AldrichVreeland currency bill In the according to the inference to be drawn from the may not Senator Aldrtch kept the report before the senate until nearly 4 when he assented to Its being laid aside until 11 oclock today and the remainder of the time was devoted to the passage of unobjected house bills on the Every senator realized that the meaning ot this move was that an understanding had been reached to vote on the Inquiry proved the existence of this under although no positive agree ment has been The indications that congress will ad journ sine die today or Unquestionably the which was higher than at any time during the present had some thing to do with the Indisposition on the part of many senators to discuss the Palm leaf fans were In evi dence among those senators who found it necessary to be on the and at no time was there a quorum present roll was being called to establish the During the morning the Democrats had sweltered through a conference lasting more than an at which it was decided not to filibuster against the While the conference had no binding force the sentiment favored the minority standing together in a solid vote against the On the other It is not likely that more than two Re publicans will join the opposition The discussion was opened by Sena tor who made a brief state ment concerning the compromise bill Some of the Democrats then sought to get an agreement to consider the cam paign publicity and afterward speeches against the currency meas ure were made by Senators Newlands and No other sena tors were roady to Senator Al drlch spent most of the day trying to arrange an agreement to vote on the bill This was not opposed by Senator the minority lead but Senator who is very much opposed to the asked that a motion for an agreement be hot THIS LOOKS SOSPICIOUS Delay and Dillydallying at Trial of the State Capitol Grafters TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF con ever bred in this broko down after a fast workout and probably will never again face the Twelve times last year as twoyearold Colin defeated his fields in easy fashion and last Saturday at Belmont park u his first start this season ho gal loped home In front of a number of highclass horsesand won the historic Withers He will be retired to Keenes stud In The Injury was sustained at Sheeps head with a heavy boy made a fast trial of one and a quarter miles In preparation for the Belmont to be run to morrow at Belmont It was no ticed after he had been pulled up that he favored his left foreleg and Inves tlgatlon proved that he had bowed both front James Keeues had the colt led back to his stall and everything that veter inary skill could do to restore sound ness was Colin ran the mile and a quarter In 2 The mile was made In With the thousands of racegoers Colin was a prime favorite de spite the short odds laid against they backed him confidently In his every la all Colin has won for Keene about in stakes and as a twoyearold and in the Withers last He had a number of valuable stake engage ments for this In the number of races won consec utively an a twoyearold Colin was ex celled by but one the Great and In point of money earned In one season his record is exceeded only by that of his grand Three years ago Keens lost a horse he never has admit ted was Inferior to by Last year the threeyear old was relegated to the stud at the height of his career be caoee of an Injury sustained in a and another of his Commando was cut down re cently and has also been shipped to DEFENSE IS AN fttlBI Theodore Whitmore Makes a Good Showing Against Murder Charge HEARST STILL GAINS New May the days session of the McClellanHeart recount trial was concluded a total of forty one votes had been added to William HE INVOKES RAILROAD RECORDS By Which He Attempts to Show That He Could Not Have Been Near Lampblack Swamp When the Mur der Was New May With the de fendants own story on the witness stand the trial of Theodore Whit more of charged with hav ing murdered his wife and thrown her body Into the Lampblack swamp at came to a close so far as the taking of testimony Is con Today both sides will sum up and the case will go to the Whltmores main defense has been an His appearance on the stand followed testimony by others In his be covering his movements in con siderable detail on the night of the placing him at one point at oclock in New York city and at another in the same city shortly after 1 oclock in the Between these It Is the contention of the It would have been impossible for him to have gone to New Jersey and committed the crime with which the state charges Whitmore corroborated with sul stantlal accuracy on direct examina tion the testimony of the witnesses who preceded He told of a quar rel he had with his wife on the even ing of when came home after an absence of five She left the house and did not return un til the next he when she expressed a wish to visit her sis terinlaw In and he gave her with which to make the She left the house during tae he while he re mained at going out twice dur ing the day for short He had lunch at a restaurant between 9 and oclock in the re turned home and about left for New At he said STATES CASEIN DOUBT Alleged Capitol Grafters Obtain Further May cap tol trial hiiH lieiii postjniud until next Tuesday I give Jndiw Kiinkcl in op portunity to piiKs upon lie motion made by the iMonso I lake tin of tlin hands of tle jury nn the ground Iliat it has not been Inn Tlvi oas of Irvti has already In on Hi ruling of the rourl will afTicl any or all of the live men who lire still de Strong RpoRchea attaching the states conduct of the case were made by Attorneys Bergner and They charged that the state had not proved Its either as to proof of fraud in the measurements or In the payment of the James Scarlet replied for the declaring that there was abundant proof of Judge Kunkel took a consider able part In the question og the lawyers and his queries indi cated that he desired Information as to ho construction placed upon the dele gation of authority to subordinates by officials and the letter of certification of measurement by which exGovernor Pennypacker Indictment but which got the others into 3raham closed the contend ing that the evidence offered was of such character which would not war rant the judge continuing the All the R Hearstsvote IfloYm ay orally j he reported at the train dispatchers McDonald and thrtr offloe at tbe corewr of Main and Exposition Park will open for the season Decoration May 30th All trains will run into tUe park on and after that There will he excursions from Bast Pitts Oil But ler and The contents of six boxes were overhauled in the presence of the court and several discrepancies in the official count were brought to In one while the tally sheet and the official canvass figures were iden the count of the ballots disclosed twentythree more votes for Hearst than had been This was the greatest gain of the day for the Hearst the returns being found correct in two districts and which added from two to seven to the Hearst in four Stating frankly that he had tried toj The net result of the count organize a filibuster against the for the two divisions has been to give had met with little but had met with little encourage Senator LaFollette said he prob ably would not speak at From the position assumed by him it did not appear necessary to obtain an agree ment to vote on the conference report In was said that an agreement might delay the taking of the as senators were unwilling to fix a time earlier ian 5 though li Is not believed the senators who want to speak will consume the six hours between 11 and 5 May the coffin was opened In the presence of relatives and friends assembled at the home of Joseph Jones in Sharlesvllle to attend the funeral of his Harry It was discovered that the body was that of William late an inmate of the asylum for epilep tics at Gallipolis and not related to the Shaiersvllle Harry is alive at May per forming bear was locked in a police station cell at Shamokin all night on the charge of drunkenness and re leased when he was He had danced at several saloons and drunk beer to please the He be came so drunk he could barely Chief of Police who tried to arrest was so badly mauled that he called the state Billy Sunday on the May Billy Sunday caused a stir at the tabernacle when he declared he was being lied I know of one lob he who has been lying about me and before I am through with him I will make him look like thirty Ill do business with that fellow on the street if I meet him and run faMCM ot paring a the contestant for the mayoralty sixty eight more votes than he was credited with eight ballot boxes re counted adding this number to the Hearst In the case of the ballot box of one district counsel for Mayor MoClellan called attention to the condition of a strip of paper pasted over the slit in the top of the They told the court this looked to them as if the box bad been tampered The box cover was carefully examined by the Tbe recount of this box dis closed a gain of three votes for During the latter part of the session two boxes were opened at a time and the recount went along with more The recounting of the votes will be continued May township is experiencing a mumps and measles May Dom ngo an employe at the Pittsburg steel was acci dentally HP was caught in the rolls and crushrd Wi May Curtis was milking his cow a stroke of lightning killed the cow and tore the heel from one of Curllss He escaped serious May Charles Waiter Curren and Merrill charged with dynamiting fish in Crooked were adjudged guilty by Justice Mobley and fined May Mlllett went to New a few days ago to visit a brother he had not seen for fortythree On his ar rival there he was taken suddenly sick and May Sophia Hacker of this city and Robert Stew art of both sixty eight years were married Almost ntty years ago they were sweethearts in May four teenth annual convention of the Penn sylvania Bill Posters and Distribu tors association has begun The members after transacting routine business visited the May be acted kindly to a stranger ten years ago Charles a is His benefactor was John an Indian trader at Okla who died recently and lett Thomas in his May of a wlndowglass ac cidentally shot himself while cleaning a He is well known in glass circles and is a member of the Na tional Window Glassworkers1 associa It is expected he will PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT A MAY LET FORTUNE SLIP Lord Mlnto Quells May British puni tive expedition bus ended its campaign against the warring Mohmand tribes men and on Sunday Major General Wllllcks will return to Indian terri tory and demobilize his This unexpectedly rapid collapse of tribal opposition and the close of the cam paign are attributed largely to the tactful management from the political side of the Lord Maceos Son Will May Joseph Antonio a Cuban student at Syracuse and Alice Isabel Mackley have procured a marriage cense The groom gave his birth place as West He says that he is the son ot the Cuban insurgent Antonio and that the Cuban government is defray ing his college The family of Miss Mackley strongly oppose the Both bride and groom are Roman Catholics and expect to In tbe cathedral be Conception office of the Third Avenue elevated by which he was employed a He watched to see i there was a substitute for him am when the train arrived at found that there was a man in his place Then he went to a restaurant in Part Row and afterward went Whitmore said that he read in the newspapers of the discovery of womans body at Harrison and wen there to view He said he was prompted by the reporters not to iden tlfy the The light was poor in the morgue he and he couldnt see On his second vlsi after his arrest he made a more care ful examination and became con vineed that the body was that of bis The witness positively denied in response to questions by his counse that he killed hla wife or that he hat any motive for desiring to put her out of the He was put through a grilling cross In answer to a question by the prosecutor he said that the let ter which he wrote to the Salter fam ily In Schenectady was in acknowledg ment of Christmas gifts and the sig nature was meant for Theodore and In general the prosecution failed to shake the testimony he had given on direct May which threatened to destroy this place was finally brought under control after several business houses had been Eleven horses were burned to death and several persons narrowly escaped with their May follow ing officers of the International Broth erhood of Locomotive engineers were all of them from Cleveland Grand chief Stone as sistant grand chief Hurley assistant grand chief engl All were elected by Whooping In February our daughter had the whooping of Hart recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy and said U 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 and James Armstrong descendant ot John Jacob brother of the lieutenant governor of New chum ol the late Stanford art and dam husband of Amelle the author of The Quick or the goes about free and untrammeled in 45 states of the In fortysixth New where property tercets of a million dollars in value are held ta his his presence would be the signal foe quick descent by the legal authorities and incarceration in Bloomlngdale insane To regain the right to legal sanity and to re cover the which is now administered by a he has instituted suit In New York must attend in but says he would rather give up his million dol lar estate than be returned to an Chanler is a son of John Wlnthiop who died in tun mother was Miss a granddaughter of John Jacob His brothers are Lewis Stuyvesant Chanter of New Congressman William Astor Chanler and Wlnthrop To his brothers and hie the Chanler attributes his and the book which he Four Years Behind the Bars ot The Bankruptcy Law la New was a bitter attack upon his relatives and upon the conduct of his keepers while he was under restraint When Chanler was 28 years of age he took in marriage Amelie who stood at the height of her public fame by her daring The Qmiok or the The hero of the Jock was Married life to the couple was a Then came the Dako ta which Chanler not Chanler shortly afterward married Prince Pierre a member of the Russian Then came Chanters commitment to the Bloomlngdale Finally he escaped and went to where he remarried six months before his Iden tity was In Virginia the law declared him sane and fully capable of taking care of his own Not so in New The trus tee refused to recognize the Virginia In his Virginia home Chanler is a devoted horseman and a close stu His divorced the Princess was in a private sanl for some under treatment for a complaint similar to that alleged against CLAIMS GREAT DISCOVERY Rudolph Hunter of Philadelphia claims to have discovered the secret for which kind has been seeking vainly since the days of the ancient that of the transmutation ot the baser metals into What the process is he alone knows for even to his sons he has confided only a part of U is his intention that the seorot shall remain in his own If Hunters claim be and he is rec ognized as a responsible man with a wonderful inventive he will demoralize the curren cy systems of all the countries in the world they will hare to find a new metal as the basis of their for if gold is produced in quantities it will depreciate In value more than even silver has It will be no more able than The indications that Hunter intends to do that very for he announces his intention of producing gold at the rate of a At that rate it will be a matter of a few years only before the of the banks are filled with the once precious metal for which little or DO employment can be Hunter is referred to in the National Cyclopedia of American blog raphy as an Inventor of high standing in the world of a man whose patents are numbered by the hundreds and date back into although he is only 54 years of The trolley car of today was rented by him in all material respects in In 1883 he brought out the first smokeless powder and carried on suc cessful experiments in this country and In 1881 he ternating system of electrical In 1881 be developed the direct method of generation of electricity from slow or cold combustion of He has been active in the automobile industry Mil   

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