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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houbigant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Splehler and other One toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus i f GITY BOSS IN TROUBLE NECK Senator McNichol Must Make Good His Statements Reflect ing on Kaufman NOT IN THE TRUST Contesf Between Allison and cummins in Iowa is Hays Hammond Had No MNICHOL SUED FOR LIBEL 4 I This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE B1Q Mayor Reyburns Clerk Denies Re ceipt of for June political sensation was caused here last night by the Issuing of a warrant for State Senator James the He publican on a charge of crim inal preferred by Max Kauf secretary to Mayor Kaufmanns action followed the mak ing public of a letter written to Sec retary Clarence Glbboney of the Law and Order In which Sen ator McNlchol named Kaufmann as a gobetween to whom he had paid 000 during the political upheaval in 1906 with the understanding that Glb boney was to raid gambling houses and other resorts and discredit the administration of Mayor John The developments followed utter ances made by Senator McNlchol at a banquet last In which he told of having paid with others the sum of to an agent of Glbboney to have the Weaver administration ex Senator McNlchol said the promised exposure of conditions was not made and the money has never been returned to Secretary Glbbouey denied knowl edge of transaction Involving the and called upon McNlchol to name the person to whom the money had been In complance with that request Sen ator McNlchol sent a letter to v the Law and Order society naming Kauf mann as the man who had received the Plnkola Wins Latonla June a chest nut gelding owned by won the twentysecond renewal of the Latonla derby In a drive by a length from with a long State to Appeal Gun June game commission has made every arrange ment to carry to the higher courts of the state the case of the common wealth against Thomas charged with unlawfully using an au tomatic gun for the purpose of killing game In this commonwealth and In which case recently held the law unconstitutional upon the ground that It attempted to Intsrfere with the rights of manufac Clubman Acquitted of June the was acquitted of the murder of Frank a Grant the When General Grant was seized with his fatal Illness In the autumn of 18S4 he appeared before the world In an en tirely new From being view ed as the uncompromising and conquering military the revelation of bis simple reslguatlot In the face of great suffering claimed foi him new fame as a hero In another His last battle with the great conqueror destluod him Cor grander iaurels than were gulncd on any of his many triumphant It was the human side of his nature thai then appealed to the general sympathy of Thus bis last and only surrender was his greatest If It bad been history would have cheated Itself of an example of Christian fortitude the like of which has been seldom Bhrady In Very Close BOTH SIDES CLAIM VICTOR New York Church Singing In a New York choir has several one of whlcb Is the long said a I sang in churches In four different cities be fore coining and everywhere I was hired from month to That Is the custom In most churches In oth er The trustees are afraid to slgu a years contract 3n account of the hot water they will get Into If tho choir proves Congrega tions In other cities are very finicky and stubborn In tbe matter of They dont take things as easy as tbe people do The average New York congregation Is the most obliging body Ralnatorm Brings Balloon Clear June big balloon Chicago which left at 6 oclock Monday ran Into a heavy rainstorm and dropped to earth at a point six miles southwest of Clear No one was hurt and the balloon was not much In the balloon were Charles Coey of Captain and Charles B B white linen for dresses Since the beginning of history Linen has been the prized fabric for Womens sheer summer wear and no less so today Linen garments possess distinctive features of service and beauty attained by no other plain White White Linens here that will demonstrate the also the economy of Linen for Suits or 45 inch all Linen Suiting me dium weight kind youve paid for 50c a Dollar 72 inch Irish all Linen puro White 85c a 85c White Linen 54 inches wide 27 inch sheer corded checked Waiiting all pure Linen 50c a heavy or medium weight White Linen Suiting two and a half yards Sheer Linen suitable for iWaisti or all Linen and made in the home of good Linens Other wide White Linen Suit 36 to 90 inches 25c to a BOGGS BUHL Couldnt Walt for the New June of life after seventy Anthony Por senior member of the law firm of Porter killed himself In his office by Inhaling He made eareful preparations for his death and wrote a letter to a nephew requesting him to take charge of all his affairs and to have bis body Little flarly Mien are sure and gentle little Bold by Barry WMt Erie Has June one of the largest Institutions of its went up In smoke last Incur ring a loss of nearly The en covering nearly four was leveled to the The illu mination could be seen for thirty miles and fully persons viewed the Scientific said who was sttowlng him through tbe geolog ical department of the these are called They are suppos ed to be fragments of some planet that has been broken They come with in the attraction of our planet and fall to the I know what they are said Theyre the ballast the man the moon has to throw out to keep himself up in tbe In Oregon Is Named for Senator Over the Republican Candidate Remainder of Republican State Ticket Des June mid day Incomplete returns from the pri mary election held in Iowa Indicate a close race for the Republican nomina tion for United States senator be tween Senator Allison and Governor Both Sides are claiming a majority of from lu The result will probably not be determined until the official The Republican nomination for gov ernor Is even more Oarst Is running closely with The Democrats nominated Fred White for governor without opposi as they did tbe remainder of the SENATOR kLUSON OF Claude former candl on a choir Is hopelessly on the Democratic bad nobody BO ths feel safe In hiring the singers by the York Works Both They bore these society dont you declared the young They bore Sometimes they bore respond ed the young taking the hint and likewise his Cou Thats the Why Is your husband so Irritable at home inquired the amazed Because he knows Its safe to answered the long suffering Louis Gaepipe Thugs Sentenced to San June Slem sen and Louis known as the gasplpe who confessed to com mitting many sensational assaults and Tobberles after the great fire In 1906 and who were convicted of murdering a Japanese were sentenced to be executed at San Quen tin on July YOU SHOULD KNOW Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of med No medicine can do Ka Bessemer of writes This Is to certify that I have used Foleys Orlno Laxative for chronic and It has prov en without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for this and it is with pleasure I offer my con scientious Kam Bessemer COLD NOT AT THE BALL GAME in edfor United States senator without Returns from fortythree precincts give Cummins Allison June out of the twentysix precincts In Nakaska county give Allison a majority of 400 over If the same ratio Is Alllsvn will have about 700 In the June follow ing statement on the result of the primary election was given out by the Allison headquarters Returns from the state on United States senator are but Indi cate that Senator Allisons estimate of majority Is very June George is the choice of the people of Oregon for the United States senatorship to suc ceed Charles and a Republican legislature has been chosen to elect Chamberlains majority over his Henry exceeds it is Personal Triumph for Chamberlains victory IB In the na ture of a personal Oregon normally Is Republican and In 1904 Roosevelts plurality was Gov erndr Chamberlain has twice been elected The selection of Chamberlain by the people Is but a preliminary step to the In Oregon candidates for the legislature align themselves either In statement 1 column or in the antistatement 1 State ment 1 is a pledge to support in the legislature the candidate having the indorsement of the poeple and the antls prefer to elect a reiiator of their own political The complexion of the next legisla as Indicated by tUo will be almost unanimously and It may be the lot of a Republican legislature to send a Democrat to the Already there Is talk of defec tions from the ranks of the state ment 1 and It Is not Impossible that in the seven months Intervening between now and the date ot the next session of the legislature some plan may be devised to defeat Chamberlain and send a Republican to the United States From the figures at hand It would appear that there will be about 48 statement 1 wen in the next It re qulres fortysix votes to Prohibition was an important fea ture in tbe the antisaloon element making a surprising Prom the returns at hand it is be lieved that 19 counties voted dry in 4 now i partly McOllllcuddy to Run June stcGllllouddy of this city was nominat ed for congress at the Second district Democratic McGtlll ouddy opposed the last reelection of Congressman who Is to re tire in Connection With Smelt ing Trust Judge Kunkel Overrules Motion to Acquit Accused Trimmers TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF TWO TESTIFY FOR THE DEFENSE June a prominent farmer living a half mile from was kicked in the face by a horse and may June Hoff age was drowned off a He took a nap on the boat and lost his June a Pennsylvania railroad brake residing In this was jolted from his train near Portage and In stantly June Charles Trummer fell from a train Just west of Tyrone and Is probably fatally In Trummer has a wife and child In June BIP eleven yearold daughter of Michael Clemens was criminally assaulted was testified to In police court by a The child accused an June Galllpolls asylum mystery was cleared when Jo seph Jones of Shalersvlllc finally rec ognlzed the body sent to him for burial AS that of bis Harry June Ernest the local agent for a Wheel Ing was attacked and robbed near the old fair Two bullets are In his left side and two In his June no one knew how to start the fire engine save the chief of the Lame fire Ifrp of Cleveland was The fire chief had gone tO U decrease In demand for anthracite the Reading companys Schuyl kill colleries will close down this even Ing and will be Idle until next June of the Polyclinic hospital were kept busy today treating patients for Five different kinds of bites were recorded lobster and In June burglar In a full dress suit entered the home of Moses Bloomfleld after holding him up with a robbed the house of Jewelry and plate valued at June to desperation by the taunts of her hus Emma a Slavish woman of Pringle shot and killed her She is the mother of seven June Johnson has announced for saying Harmon has assured me he stands on the His word Is I accept It and shall sup port him In his June Claiming to have walked from Cincinnati to Can ton on their way to William Blair and wife of were given shelter by Blair Is a frail little i June harness the falls of the Cuyahoga riverat Cuya hoga aggregatinga fall of more than 100 appears to be the proj ect of the Cuyahoga Heat and Power just June indicted for the murder of John was ordered released by Judge Only three wit nesses were heard and Judge Robin son decided that Perkins had killed Pennell In June the cry of Stop thief and seeing a man running toward him pursued by a crowd a youth handed his grip to a girl companion and struck the thief a stunning A pursuing detective pounced on the who proved a wellknown June Lynch has sentenced Frank to be hanged July 17 for murder lost March of Buelah This Is the first capi tal sentence in this county since the state was although at nearly every court first degree murder cases are June the United States court here hearing was begun on the charge against Samuel a prominent coal operator of Fayette and others of holding workmen In peonage for The al leged offense Is said to have taken place at the White Oak mines at June Justice Boughners court Joseph Kaszer secured Judgment for two cents against the Star Glass In paying a bill of the company sent Kwaor a check for two being deducted for the Kasm brouiht suit tor the recovery of the OUT FOR SECOND PLACE John Hays Hammond Seeks the Re publican June consid eration of I ho suggestion of his west ern John Hays Hammond has decided o enter the contest for the nomination of vice president on the Republican He la btvng urged by his friends on the ground that he Is a Cnlifornlan by ban H very Intimate knowledge of nil political iind economic the west and Is now a resident of Glou Hamiudnd was for merly commoted with Ihe GuRgenhnlm Mining conpiny but hpd no connec tion with the Smelting Besides Hammond has the It Is of a strong following among business and this It Is may be an Important fea ture of his For the past year Hammond has been engaged Independently in his professional work as mining engineer without any con nection with mining Hammond was In Washington and It was after several conferences with his political friends that the de cision was reached to make the an nouncement of his Introduced to Prove that Me tallic Gate Contract Was Honestly Witness Becomes Con fused and Has to Be Taknn FRIENDS GET A JOLT Roosevelt Sends Effective Letter to West June Presi dent Roosevelts latest declaration that no friend of mine will continue efforts to renomlnate the president was written to one of West Virginias delegates to the Chicago convention for the specific purpose of heading off what appeared to be a united effort among certain delegates from that state to revive the Roosevelt senti the general publication of the letter Is regarded as not expedient or More than this the presi dents echoing his say that the president has expressed himself to the country on this subject in terms which admit of no uncer For this reason It Is explained the letter will not be That the missive has accomplished the purpose for which it was1 written la said to be the PRICE OF STEEL DOWN Cut of Per Ton Made by Manu facturera of New June the reported cut of a ton In the price of steel bars at Judge chairman of the Steel made the following statement Some of the smaller manufacturers of steel bars who have not been in consultation with the larger manufac turers have for some time been selling steel bars at about to meet the Iron bar competition and some of the larger manufacturers have reached the decision that they will meet the con ditions when and as This conforms to the views of the steel bar It will not affect prices generally nor Interfere with the move ment in favor of the stability of busi ness UNITED IN DEATH Man and Unable to Put End to June a clerk In a wholesale liquor house in this and Anna a married whose hus band had deserted were found dead in a room in the house of the woman at Kingston near They bad made all preparations for the being dressed in holiday attire and wearing buttonhole bou Both left letters saying they loved each but owing to the fact that the husband of the woman was still alive they realized they could not get married and they con cluded to give up The man shot the woman first and then turned the revolver on Bloodhounds Trail June ers blew the safe and robbed the post office securing in cash and stamps worth Tbey es Bloodhounds are on tbe Health Coffee is really the clos est Coffee Imitation ever yet pro This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Not a grain of real Coffee In it Shoopa Health Coffee is made from pure toasted with Really it would fool an might drink it for No 20 or 30 min utes tedious Made in a min ute say0 the Sold by all June Run having overruled the motion ot tbe defense to take the capltol metal lic furniture contract case out ot the hands ot the the defense was forced to continue the trial and after three lAdresses in opening two men of wide experience In the business were put forward to contradict the tes timony of the commonwealth One of them became so confused that was while tbe question lot of the latter led to a long battle between the The decision of Judge Kunkel was rendered when court convened In the the motion having been left with him when court adjourned on Immediately upon the an which was unaccompa nied by a written the defense addresses being made by Hensel for Congressman by George Graham for Architect Hus ton and Lyman Gilbert for the thref atate They contended that there would be abundant proof ot proper execution of the contract and that the measurement system was Gilbert spoke less than a declaring there was no evi dence to show that the officials were connected with the The witnesses were Hlne ot and Beckwith of Hlne gave a detailed scription of the manner In which me tallic furniture IB made and the changes which were required by Hus tons revised which are the basts of a charge of duplication in On crossexamination by Scarlet was unable to express clearly his ideas and said that the dif ference between heavy and light con struction was xo falling to give the difference in gauges ot metal which enter Into the Hine was also unable to make very much progress in distinction ot although in the method of making cases he showed himself proficient Beckwith had little chance to as Scarlet and Graham be came Involved in over a question Involving the commonly ac cepted trade measurements which oc cupied the last halfhour and which Judge Kunkel will determine June Stuart gave a dinner of fiftyone cov ers at the executive mansion last even ing in honor of the justices of the supreme the guests including the two United States senators and a number of prominent lawyers and friends of the The dec orations of tbe mansion were June Kathleen daughter of John Wilson of one of the victims of Sundays automobile accident in this died at Hamot She was so terribly burned In the flames that followed the explosion ot tbe gasoline tank that her nerves were entirely deadened and she remained in a comatose condition to the suf fering no From the waist line to her feet Miss Wilson was burned so that large pieces of flesh fell The Pace Hut Kills The wear and tear of business and the everyday cares and worries fall upon the and bring disaster to the stomach and Nervousness causes loss of sleep and draws heavily on the vital Increase your nervous energy by using BEECHAMS PILLS whenever the system is weakened by overwork or and needs to be toned and Pills equalize the carry 08 the waste help the and carry health to the nerve They are quick to restore normal con enable the brain to recover its poise and unfailingly Relieve Nerve Strain In Wfr 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