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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houblgant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Gallet Splehler and other flne toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus M M M T M This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient FURNITURE THE 01Q 3 B pekin worsteds Pekin Stripe and double Pekin Stripe Worst ed Suitings priced a Unusually wide 55 unusual style and quality at the least 25c leas than their like has been theyre good Bharp stylish and the best of Brown and Copen hagen shades oi the same color make the Great assortment of new Suiting kind of a stripe you have a fancy and any fashionable col to Those who contemplate a new separate Skirt or Suit owe it to themselves to see this BOGG8 BUHL NOKTH BLIND FROM CHILDHOOD United States Senator Will En deavor to Overcome Life Time Affliction GORE TAKES TREATMENT Oklahomas Blind Senator Hopes to Regain His June the hope that he may recover his Thomas the blind senator from Okla baa entered upon a course of treatment at the Episcopal Ear and Throat hospital In this city under the care of William Holland Wll Senator Gore lost his sight In childhood and but slight hope Is held out by the physicians as to the benefit to be derived at this late The treatment Is said Senator I will continue with the treatment for a week and if there Is any Improvement Wllmer vrlll perform a slight operation on the crystalline The retina of my left eye has become detached from the op tic nerve and the treatment will fur nish It with My longer stay Is dependent on there being no opposition to my return to the The nominations close on June Senator Gores term In the senate expires next Pierce Loses in Supreme June supreme court of the United States has affirmed the decision of the United States cir cuit court for the eastern district of Missouri in the extradition case of Clay Pierce of the WatersPierce Oil company of holding him sub ject to extradition to where he Is under Indictment on a chars of perjury In swearing that his company had not entered into a conspiracy In restraint of trade when the company made application to do business in j It Is contended that the Watersj Pierce company is a part of the Stand ard Oil HAD A GOOD EXCUSE Man Stole Because His Children Were June wife and three children saved Max Wober of this city from jail when ho appeared before Burgess Roberts of accused of The family had walked seventeen miles from their home to the court to be at the hear The though clothes of the mother and the tatters of the children attracted the attention of the Why dont you dross them better he asked the I she have not been able to give them enough to eat for Weber was He had been out of work three months when he robbed the bakery of Harry Custer on West Marshall where he for merly He took seven dozen five pounds of lard and a cake of chocolate and then tried to sell the Former Senator Jones June United States Senator James Jones of Ar kansas died at his residence here after an illness of few age He was one of the leading Democrats In the senate from1885 to 1903 and was one of the strongest supporters of William Jennings having as chairman of the Democratic nation al committee conducted the campaigns of 1896 and Since leaving the senate In 1903 he has conducted a law practice In this city and was not ac tively engaged in Keene Colt Wins New June by more than a three yearold bearing the popular colors of James won the twentysecond running of the Brook lyn one of the classic events of the American it the Gravesend He did It at the same time made a new record for the race and the Gravesend step ping the one mile and a In Fair Au gust Belmonts gallant which ran a splendid race against Colin on Saturday In the Belmont was second and Master Robert was Councils Uphold June councils have refused to appoint three special policemen to take the place ot three who resigned rather than ride as pro tectors on the trolley cars manned by Select Councilman Crows offered a resolution demanding the resignation of Chief of Police Pennlngton on the ground that by his management of the police department during the trolley strike he has shown that he is The resolu tion was referred to Mayor Murdered for His June Fllllpo an whose body was found decapitated on the East Broad Top was his body afterward being placed on the Two bullet holes were found in his Morris Terrazl and Antonio fellow are in jail here accused of the Travato was a prosperous butcher at Mount Vnlon and was about to return to Italy with his savings of On If I could be out of physical said a lifelong I would ask no other If I could be in a place where I might know that my husband never could be killed on the train cried one of the gentle wor riers whose capacity for suffering Is neither understood nor respected by the If I could take my children to a world where every time hear a croupy cough my heart did not stand still with urged an that would be heaven for The mulatto girl who burst Into joyful tears at first sight of a marble bust of herself because It was white had a glimpse of her heaven before Its Heaven must be like any other form of only more said a thoughtful And the conditions of happiness are clean con something to do and some one tr Stuart Pheips In Harpers Kansas Bank Loses June Four men robbed the State Bank of Cuba and es caped with between six and eight thou sand dollars after a fight with citi No ooe was Posses are in Only 5c for a can Wednes at John Browns 139 One can sold to a ot and at M iller a 3tt Even figures are of sum account MERRYWIDOWITIS AT THE BALL PARK vi ELLIS TO IE mi AUDIENCE WAS CALM Ohio Attorney General May mi write portion of But Audience Filed Write Portion of Repub lican Platform CONSULTS BY SECRETARY TAFT Emphatic Indorsement of Roosevelt Policies Will Be If Tafta WishM Are of Tariff Revision to Be June will be no lukewarm indorsement of President Roosevelt and his policies in the Re publican national platform If the wishes of Secretary Tuft and his friends have potency in the framing of that This much was made known after the first of a series of conferences to be held with the sec retary of war on the subject of the Should the Chicago convention adopt this sort of platform and nomi nate Secretary it Is predicted in authoritative quarters that his letter of acceptance will contain a pledge to carry out the Roosevelt policies al ready Inaugurated and earnestly strive Out Quietly WADE for those not which will have a ring similar to that pronounced by President Roosevelt on taking the oath of office over the body of nthe dead Wade attorney general of who has prospects of being the Ohio member of the resolutions com mittee of the convention and who was largely responsible for the conceded virility of the Ohio Republican plat is here for a thorough under standing with the secretary of He was with Taft at his office for sev eral hours and at the Taft residence for a long time last Another conference is being held It is not unlikely the resultwill be brought to the attention of President Another conference was held at the White House last which was prolonged until after Be sides the president there were present Secretary Secretary Wade Senator Hopkins of Illinois and Tafts Position on the Secretary Taft has made no secret of his position on the He Is for revision at a special session of the sixtyfirst congress to be called imme diately aftor the March His ideas as to what the tariff should be also are public The schedules should be drawn as near as possible to cover the difference be tween the lesser cost of production of a given article in foreign countries and the cost to produce that article In the United This he regards as protection in its true and fair Schedules which are fixed at a rate higher than this he be are not only unnecessary as means of but are evil be cause of their temptation to capital ists to form monopolies and trusts in this country for the control of the market iu that pprticulnr From this Information the prediction is declared to be a safe one that the tariff plank to be presented to the res olutions committee by the Taft adher ents will follow closely the lines of the Ohio with the added specifications regarding the manner of arriving at the amount of tariff which should be Ellis and the AntiTrust Ellis Is known to be heartily in favor of a plank stipulating that amendments should be made to the Sherman antitrust and Secretary Taft is known to be a thorough be liever In the efficacy of trust control through federal The embodiment of these ideas into a which may take the form of an indorsement of the Hepburn which died a peace ful death in the bouse judiciary com is said to be a sate The conferences will not be restrict ed in their and H be lieved that the Taft platform is finally perfected for submission the views of many of the party leaders will bare been FOUGHT IN COAL MINE Miner Alleged to Have Driven Pick Through Body of Antagonist June Al though a coal pick was driven through his chest two Inches above his the point coming out at his John twenty years a miner In the Powers mine at Wllslow near will probably Jamatta and Tony Valasco engaged In a fight in one of the mine headings when the latter Is alleged to have knocked Jamatta down swinging a k with full burled It In the prostrata mans Jamatta scram bled to his feet and tugged at the pick until he withdrew With one hand over the wound in his breast and the other hand stopping the flow of blood at his the In jured man walked to the mouth of the slope from where he waa taken to a doctors He did not once lose Valasco IE being Preacher June In a ser mon the pas tor of the Second Presbyterian criticized Colonel Guffey of Pitts leader of the Pennsylvania De for defeating former State Treasurer Berry In his fight for dele gateatlarge to Denver because ot his Bryan Oklahoma Town Suffers June Twentyone business houses In the business center of have Dam age Is Both newspaper plants were burned and the postoffice build ing was BELL DOES DOUBLE DUTY Warns of Theater Fire and Death of June age of New leading man In a vaudeville show at Keiths dropped of hnart disease In his drestini IOOIH alarm of fire No one was Injured the au dience as it filed out of tin The orchestra paying ttlll thi actresses hen upon the pro ceeded with their worK Firemen dragging In their simiiHanomisly with the departure of the ptiopie ap parently added no exciting the ladles calmly putting on their hats and wraps The flames are said to have orig inated In the apartment where the movingpicture machine is Fire Wardens Wagner and Miller on their rounds saw It before the smoke began to pour Into the auditorium and turned In the Manager Daniels walked to the front of the stage and asked the audience to depart without but the warning was almost The fire was extinguished after damage amounting to had been Actor Jepson is said to have been 111 of heart disease for a long He was In his dressing room when the alarm Jepson started for the door and A physician was but Jepson was His wife was at her hotel and was brought to the theater Jepson was a large weighing 260 He had a varied playing with Maude Adams at one MMEJIGHT IN Methodist Episcopal Church Abolishes Compulsory Pro bationary Period REJECT MOTHERS DAY IDEA ritle of Presiding Elder Changed to District Action Taken on Worldly Amusements Paragraph In Church IN BRIEF June Charles Held was fatally shot by his brother David who was care lessly handling a June At a meeting of the Lake association it was decided to deter the opening of navi gation on the lakes for at least two Jme The Co lonial Iron companys furnaces at Rid I Bedford resumed op j erations after being banked since last i June George age and lead ing player of the ouce noted The Fall of died at his home June The United Telegraph and Telephone companys operators went on strike for a 10 per cent wage Service Is com pletely tied June Naomi mine of the United Coal in which thirtyfour men lost their lives by an explosion on has re sumed June About 100 veter the advance guard of those who expect to attend the fortysecond an nual encampment of the Pennsylvania have arrived June The body of an unidentified man was found in Two Mile run near Merrill The skull had bean fractured and it Is supposed that he fell from the June A bridal party with and Myron Smith as principals was thrown from a fast running automobile on the Lebanon pike near The bride was serious ly June The oldest citizen in Columblana county and at the same time one of the oldest in Ohio is Alexander Wells of this who tomorrow will observe his one hundredth June In a fight between Italians and woodmen at Pocahontas Walter Ancll was killed and another seriously Five Italians have been cap but two are still at June The synod ot the Reformed Presbyterian church of North America In session here dls cusied the merits of football and de clined to adopt a resolution calling for the abolishment of the game at Ge neva Beaver June Stricken with apoplexy at the bedside of Edward who had just brought Into the world a tiny boy Connell breathed his last on the he was taken in the hope that the air would revive Cambridge June The annual joint wage conference be tween the representatives of the West ern Bar Iron association and the offi cials and boiling and finishing division conferees ot Uxe Amalgamated Asso ciation of Steel and Tlnworlcers baa begun June who killed Chief of Police j Guess at was for the second time put on trial for his He was found guilty m the first gree last but was granted a new trial because the stenographic notes of testimony were June age a tried to end her life by Jumping in of a pas senger Engineer Maloney brought the train to a standstill Just as the pilot passed over the glrla Her right foot was crushed and a thigh was broken but she will re June a se vere electrical storm a number of per sons were shocked by Miss Mabel Delflng of who is visiting was unconscious for sev eral and John Webb and his en tire family were Lightning struck the Logan house and several June Charles Kase burg of age who wai injured while being initi ated in a new department at the Du quesne steel is at the McKees port hospital suffering from injuries which physicians say will prove fatal Gas was pumped into the mans it is and his bowels were rup June re turning from the hospital where she had attended her closest friend who was undergoing an operation for Miss Isa daugh ter of and Danley of West was herself stricken with the Miss Dunley underwent an operation and the two are now oc cupying adjoining June who slew his wife at the Meadowdale parsonage two weeks died in the city hospital from nervous He was to have been tried this He is believed to have bean mentally Last week the minister became violent and locked In a padded cell after a He refused to eat for three June Methodist Hplscopal general conference during the last day of Its session did many but It will doubtless be much discussed for the things it did not Ot these two had been looked forward to as of much amuse ment question and the matter of a time limit on Neither wad permitted to come before the confer ence for Hence the much talkedof paragraph 248 stands as it has without the elimination of dancing and the other words suggest ed in the episcopal and pas tors may be returned to their charges year after as has in recent years been A report which received careful con sideration before It finally was adopfc ed was one doing away with the six months probation Under the new rule persons may be received into the churches as soon as they are rec ommended by the official board or by the class leaders and stewards meet Ing with the approval ot the While doing away with the old method it also allows for a period of probation of any length that may be deemed The timehonored title elder was abolished by the adoption of a minority report from the committee recommending that the name be changed to district superin tedent by a vote of 322 to This radical change of termsIs the out growth of a desire to denote the office more It has been felt for a long time that since the presiding el der is in reality a superintend ent that this term should be given him since his office is no longer merely sacramental but A resolution the move ment started by the A for the establishment of a mothers day to be observed on the second Sunday in May yearly was It appeared to be the sense of the conference there were so many special observ ances that there were scarcely enough Sundays left for the regular work of the Well It seems to mo thnt I have heard most of the ideas advanced In your speech said Senator mere ly goes to show that they are good which will stand wear and Washington A What will happen when women rule Among other I presume fa lharlnlaw Jokes will come Into Louisville Censure or praise cannot affect a man who knows himself Special Trains to and from Pennsylvania May June 4 and for Billy Sunday evangelistic Leave Green ville leave Sharon Central FOUND ITS SOUL The Story of Violin That Wai Wrecked In a After the Lucky Baldwin theater and botel fire In San Francisco years ago there were nine feet of water in the where the Instrumentsof the orchestra were When a lit tle of It bad been pumped August leader of the hired a man to swim in and get out his fa mous Amatl It was warp twisted and broken up Into sixty eight The hot water had soak ed out all the old and every piece had fallen away from its be sides a good many patches of wood put In when repairs had been To all appearance the thing was smashed be yond Nevertheless Herman a local violin who knew and the old took it In Twice be carefully Joined the time darkened pieces of wood Twice he decided that the Amatl would not So once more he soaked the sixty eight bits of wood apart Then be carefully modeled out of clay an arch such as he remembered that of the old Amatl to have bad and for nine weeks kept the bits of wood bound to it until they had gained tho proper Once more be put the bits of wood Then for five weeks more ha patiently varnished and polished more than 200 year old fiddle until It Then Hinrlchs onco more drew his bow across the vibrating and the violin It wept bubbled with life and The Amatl bad found its Francisco Health Coffee is really the clos est Coffee Imitation ever yet pro This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by a grain of real Coffee in it Shpops Health Coffee Is made from pure toasted with Really it would fool an might drink It for No 20 or SO min utes tedious Made In a min ute says the Sold by all A little forethought may save yon no end ot Anyone who makes It a rule to keep Chamber lains Cholera and Diarrhoeji Remedy at hand knows this 4 be m For sale by vllle and i i e   

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