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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PBR Perfumes Houblgant HeaL Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets ol Rodger St Oallet Splehler and other toe toilet Get the only flrstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus Bldg THE IRONY OF FATE Celebrating Payment of a Debt Philadelphia Family Meet Death M This Is Hie Time of Year Everybody till Hoosier Kitchen Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE WQ WHOLE FAMILY DROWN Wort Celebrating Payment of Mort gage by Boat Juno An entire consisting of William Eldle age thirtyeight his Eliza age and their two age and age of West Pensau were drowned In Pensau Iten creek below by the capsizing of a small The family was taking an outing partly In celebration of tha fact that the father had Just cleared off the mortgage on a borne he had While rowing down Pensauken which empties into the Dela ware river near the little craft was caught In the swift current and carried against a The boat was Eldleman was seen swim ming In the swift current with his but spectators did not realize that an accident had occurred until they heard Eldleman shout for Be fore assistance could reach him the father sank with his The mother and daughter sank before the father and The bodies ot the four were recovered after several hours ot grap DEAD EYE PHOTOGRAPHED Imprinted on Retina Is Image of Sup posed June In the the ory that the last object seen by a mur dered person may be fixed as a photo graphic negative on the retina caused Coroner Streeper to have a photograph taken ot one eye ot a woman whose body was taken Thursday from the it Is the corner showed a faint outline of the face of a with hooked boarded cheeks and glabrous The coroner he will try to find a possible murderer by the use ot this A postmortem examination estab lished the absence of water in the although the body had evidently been in tho water for several and tho Beck was June more of the prisoners who escaped from the county Jail Thursday night aro4f They are Bmmett Coul McBee and Tony Wind and Palor are still at June Grace Wil daughter of John an oil man of was perhaps fa tally injured in an automobile acci dent here when the car in which she and several others from Franklin were riding was struck by a street June Tro an Italian was found dead along the railroad near Mount He had two bullet holes in his Trovata usually carried consid erable money on his His pock ets were Three suspects were FOUR BOYS ROB TRAIN Hold It Up in Regulation Style and Rob Great June The holdup of the northbound Great North ern train at the about a mile and a half from this was tho work of three who occupy cells In the city A fourth who admits having assisted In plan ning the holdup but took no active is also a The quartet have made a complete The boys are Albert age fif teen William age seventeen Harry age and age According to the story told by Rheams and the holdup was planned and carried out under the generalship of the youngest of the who is said to have turned the ordered the engineer to back up and to have gone through the passenger coaches with the forcing the latter at the point of a gun to coi lect money from the Ac cording to the other It was also Hatch who shot William Dempsey In the leg and narrowly missed shooting Conductor Jack Rheams states that after they had left the scene of the that they crossed Sun river to the Montana Central line and hold up passenger train 236 from which was due In two or three hours Because he Rheams Hatch drew his revolver and threat ened to kill He was finally dis suaded from the second attempt at train Vaderland Reported June special dispatch to the Petit Journal from Brussels says it is rumored that the Red Star steam Vaderland baa been wrecked In the North sea In a dense There are passengers Lloyds do not confirm this how comes from what is usually con sldered a most reliable There were three collisions In the North sea during the day and passengers on the DoverOstend mall declare that the saw the vessel cast away on the Good win Colonel Hun Much June condition of Representative George F Huff of who was stricken at his home Thursday are of the most encouraging His son Ju Han stated that his father had passed a very comfortable night and that the family now feels very Dr the attending physician stated that he believed Huff would The fever from which has been suffering has been greatly re Dowllng Says Thaw Has June Is no doubt that Harry Thaw has said Judge Victor Dow llng of New York In an Interview on the famous trial over which he pre Currency Bill Is Passed and Both Houses of Con gress Adjourn STRATEC BEATS FILIBUSTER Rulings ky Vleif President Fairbanks snd Clever aeneralshlp by Aldrlch and Foraker Dsjest Efforts of Sena tors LaFollett and Jttno ten min utes hands of the 4 id nt A TREMOR IN IEHIGH Earthquake Yesterday in Eastern Pennsylvania Gave Folks Juno B ft B June sale white petticoats Today annual allmonth Sale White Petti A Sale inaugurated to sup ply the great Summer need for Muslin Petticoats and aupplj it according to this vtoiei standards large flneet at More of Pet at lower than erer Petticoats to Not a but many styles at each Good serviceable White coats oi surprising Elaborate to All w4io netd the time and this the BUHL MOUTH DeWltfs tittle fltrly ftlfen are ewe Bold W Harry Wait Round the Capital Information and Gossip Picked Up Here and There in Famous Battle of Manila Bay Recalled A MERRY echo of the shot which opened the battle of Manila Bay was heard at the Raleigh hotel the other evening when Admiral Dewey and many of his officers gathered to celebrate with a banquet the tenth an niversary of the famous The ad miral cut a large victory cake as calmly as he cut the cable a decade ago and the corks popped not so loud ly but as continuously as the guns popped at the Spanish with happier Not all the officers who won dis tinction at Manila was at the gather who fired when he was and several others have an swered tho salute ot and a number are scattered around the world on active but enough were in Washington to make the reunion a striking Onlof among these present was Ai mlral Another anted figure was Rear Admiral who won much fame at Manila and more In the Hoch der Kaiser Other rear admirals who attended were Walker and With them were Medical Director Paf Director Representative Loud of who was assistant paymas ter on the McCullough Lieutenant Commanders Butler and Doddrldge Berry and Pay Inspectors Martin and Price When he entered the harbor ot Ma nila Deweys fleet consisted of hU flag the commanded by Qridley the Baltimore Dyer the Capt Coghlan the F Wilder the small cruiser Concord Commander Walker the gunboa Commander and the revenue cutter Hugh Railroad In China In 1906 the receipts of the Shan tung China Railroad Company amounted to and expenses to and a 4 per cent dlvl dead was paid to The passenger rates are cents firs cents second sad of a cent gold third big round li the chambers of the two houses Of Congress pointed to tho hour of mldttWbt flrat session of tho came to a In ths the closing hours wore characterised blisinging of songs by linjhotior of Speaker Cannon and by Djittjpcfats in the inter ost of William The excite which waajgpat at finally subsided and session closed with general good ttfUowBhlp among the was extremely quiet during the closing held to gether only by the necessity of re maining In sWslon for ths engrossing and signing of senate at passed the jurroncjr bill by a yoto of 43 this action being takon devoted to a flllbus tor against Senators 6f and Jjbre of Okla homa oocuplodfyhstlmeof senate after tiji mo La M broke the record Jong holding tho floor IS hours and The passaifcpf t le government em ployes1 afea thjs adoption of buildings and the flclenoy approprla tlon bills flna action oh meas and of the remaining itn tortant legislation before the In the house Imi lediatoly after the ottcial announcement bt the agree mint by the s the Camnon recognised o who called up the confer once on the public buildings Tremendous applause followed his request that the rules be suspended and the report was The vot on the adoption of the report stood 214 4 present and no voting those in opposition being Missouri Crum Indiana New and The vice president announced the appointment of Senators Alli Money and Bailey as members of the currency commission recently authorized by act of Knox Is the only senate representative m the commission who is not a mem er of the committee on peaker Cannon appointed members of he commission on behalf of the house as follows Vreeland of New Overstreet of Burton of Weeks of Bo nynge of Smith of Callfor Republicans Padgett of Tennes Burgess of Texas and Pujo of Of these only Burton and Pujo are members of the committee on banking and cur President Roosevelt went to the capitol an hour or so before adjourn where he signed a number of chief among which was the Al drichVreeland The president ex pressed gratification at the failure of he Famous Painter June sensation has been caused In the art world here by the murder of the distinguished Adolphe and his motherin who were found strangled In the formers residence inthe Rue de Vau The house was ransacked of everything of Stelnheils who was found gagged and bound to a declares that the crime was committed by two men and a The latter she believes she recognized as a model who was employed by her a Scare FLUE IUERONAUT Wind Wraps It About Him in Descent and He Falls Into River HE SINKS TO DEATH tRUSTATE June Hllller escued twelveyearold Paul Everett rom drowning after the boy had boon own several June Ment age was killed by light He was slUlng on a harrow In a fleld at his fathers farm near June ar mory for Company E of this city and Company C of Fifth national Is to be built In this Beaver June Howard Shaffer fell off the running board of a street car alighting upon the back of her sustained concussion of the June Watson a wealthy lumber merchant of this Is dead as the result of an abscess of the He was operated upon by seven June road supervisor for Island Creek was Injured while trying to board a moving Interurban car and died In a few June Fen age of became 111 while painting ceilings In her home and died In two hours from to have resulted from the June Win age an old serv ing a life sentence for the murder of John Blahkey of was the recipient of the Memorial day pardon lit the hands of Governor EARTHQUAKE AT ALLEN TOWN by Many Seats June hundred and twentynine seats In the Republican national convention will be made the subject of contests before the national committee this according to an announcement made by Elmer secretary of the NO No humbug claims have been made for FoleyB Honey and the well known remedy for colds and lung The fact that more bottles Foleys Honey and Tar are used than ol any other cough remedy Is the best testimonial of its great Why then risk taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar costs you no wore safe and sureT F Bessemer Ellwood June barn Robert Jackson in Sewlck struck and de his two sons were In the barn and were The father recovered first and with difficulty rescued his sons before the barn fell June Cannon of the national house of repre accompanied by Senator Hemenway of Indiana and several oth er arrived here last night from The party traveled in au The speaker and his friends will visit the June the an nual Bddlers contest for old timers Craig Cummins of Venice won the fiddle and the title of champion fiddler of Washington Cummins Is seventyfive years old and won his title on the rendition of the Arkan saw June alias who was found guilty and sentenced ta a life term in the penitentiary for the rob bery of the Welcome Station postofllce and the killing of Operator Hutohin attempted suicide In the Phlllipp Jail by cutting his June o opposition to his authority on the par of a faction of the Bishop Hoban has issued an interdict agains Josephs Lithuanian church o North Thebishop was de feated in the supreme court on th question of who controls the church June persons lost their lives through the explosion of a gasoline tank on a launch In the Delaware river when a boat containing sixteen persons was Frank Cassidy was thrown overboard by the explosion and his body has not been John Schmldblelchen the other June Joint committee of miners and operators of the Cambridge district has reached an agreement on a new wage Tha scale Is for two It must be ratified by the union miners and op erators before becoming The new scale is the same as the signed two years ago and will affect June En a nearby mining Harry twenty years and Virgil were drinking from a keg of beer under a tree when a quarrel arose and Martin threw a stone with great striking Ice In the He fell to the ground Martin was Owing to his youth Martin may escape being tried for June sudden rising of the waters of the Sandusky river flooded the grounds occupied by a Five hundred persons in the tents became panlcstrlcken and sev erarwomen were Many faint The performances were dlscoutlu ued and twenty horse teams and ele phants were used in rescuing the wag Much of the shows property was away by flood and an eatl of the low is placed at Serenity of Sunday Disturbed Earth June Allen town was thrown Into a paroxysm by what Is believed to have been a dis tinct earthquake H was se vere enough to bang rattle clattv crock tumble down two or rickety chimneys and upset small chl People rushed out of their homes in great Mothers carried out thfilr jhlldren In faar that their homes were about to The shaking was felt all over the city but not boyond its llmts or In any of Its In the west ern part of the where the quak ng was most the people no iced a muffled Rumors spread a powder five miles from blew up and that various rollers at manufacturing plants had But all these reports traced out were proven leaving the sole conclusion that It was an This section experienced such a seis mic disturbance on a Sunday twenty lour years PUSHING PROSPERITY Association of That Name Urges Em ployment of Idle June the last week of May the National Prosperity association carried on a canvass with employers to have June 1 recognized M employment day or reemploy ment day by tho restoration ot em ployes who were laid off because of recent business As the re sult of that canvass favorable answers have been received by the association from hundred and it is estimated that names have been added to In Louis and A number ot employers Increased their working forces with out waiting for employment Information gathered by officers ot the National Prosperity it is Justifies the estimate that orders for worth of goods have been sent from to manufacturers scattered throughout the country during the last two chairman of the ex ecutive said that the firm of which he Is the mailed orders to reach different manufacturers of tho country on June 1 aggregating With each order a brief letter to the say lug The inclosed order is one of a nura her aggregating more than which we are sending out today to reach manufacturers on June This is the date that has been suggested by the National Prosperity association as reemployment day and these orders are a contribution from us to give manufacturers a basts for the reem ployment of as many worklngmen as Qrover Cleveland Leaves June President Grover who has been 111 at a hotel has returned to his home at Tho trip was made In an Thousand Persons Witness Tragedy When Daring Parachute Performer Takes His Plunge Into Passalc River at New June in the folds of a large American which he had waved as he made parachute of feet from a balloon at Hillside park near Frederick aa eighteen yearold aeronaut of New full helpless In the Passalo river and was tip to a late hour the body had not been Wood made hie ascension at 6 in the Afternoon in the pres ence of a thousand the balloon rose Wood Unfolded Ameri can which ha waved to the peo ple Near Nuttley the balloon had risen to a height estimated at eet aid Wood decided to Cutting loose the that held the parachute to the balloon and clutching the rope of his horizontal Wood plunged Slowly the parachute opened and then with moderate speed continued the Hearing the Wood saw that he would prob ably fall in the Passalc river waving his flag as a last he prepared for a plunge Into the was at this while the chute was only a hundred feet above the that a puff of air caught the floating flag and wrapped it around Woods The aeronaut struggled to free himself from its enveloping but failed and with his still bound by the flag Wood into the He arose to the sur face and cried for but before the spectators could coma to hla aidWool and was WORKIN6MAN PRESIDENT Chief hanah Will Come to June fifth Sun day meeting of the Brotherhood of Lo comotive Firemen and rep resenting all the railroad lines east of Pittiburg and was held Five hundred delegates and as many more visiting members of the order A public meeting held in the Mlsh lor theater was addressed by Grand Master John Grand Master Powderly of tho buroau of Chief Pearson of the telegraph operators union and Borland of the interstate com merce In his address Chief Hanahan said that labor was novor more respected than now bo cause the chief labor organizations are honestly and wisely He predicted that before many years la bor would elect one of its own repre sentatives president of the United Whltmore Jury New June 8 Whltmores promise that he would spend Memorial day in New York was not The jury reported that they were uaable to agree and were Prosecutor Vlckers Bald that Whltmore would be tried again probably next MAKES TRUANTS OF US ALL   

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