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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houblgant Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Qallet Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record M M M M This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE BIQ u t H t M M t M t H M M t B B new white wash skirts Complete summer assort ments ready to select from of good dressy styles to Two neat dressy styles iWhite Wash Two at Eleven gore pleated Skirts with two four inch White Skirts Indian fine White or All Linen to Handsome White Wash and work fnanfihip extraordinary New White Canvas Ox ford Shoes to wear with iWhite Wash to White Can vas Wash to Wash Belts made with de tachable BOQQS NORTH DEFAULTER CONFESSES Paying Tellers Shortage Said to Be Covered by Surety Bond VETERANS HONOR DELACY State Elects Him x June DeLacy of Lieutenant Ezra Griffln was elected com mander of the Pennsylvania depart defeating John Grim of Courtland Saundera Philadel The vote was 251 Sayers of Reading was reelected chaplain this being the thirtyseventh time he has been honored with this Albert Smith of Post Beaver was also favored with a he again being the unan imous choice for the office of depart ment medical Today the of fices of senior and junior vice com council of and representatives to the national en campment will be Five ladles of Allegheny county have been chosen officers of the department home at They are Mary Lindsay of president Caruthers of Wllklns senior vice president Vir ginia Zimmerman of Junior vice president Emma Louis ol and Ella Jones of Last night the delegates were en tertained at the various summer re sorts and places of amusements about the The annual parade was the feature of the More than veterans were in line and this number was swelled to about by marines and sailors from the national and other organiza A drum corps made up entirely from the Erie soldiers everj member well over sixty years of was one of the features of the pro Uttlt JBarly Risers are and Sold ty Harry Bar Drops to a the out of a ton on bar steel the bar Iron manufacturers have reduced the price of bar Iron a This prod which has been previously quoted at a is now selling at The sentiment among Iron and steel men as to the result of the cut in prices is The majority of the express the opinion that the reduction will stimulate con sumption and tend to improve trade conditions Packet Passengers June on the Pittsburg and Clnclnati packet Virginia were robbed while they The thieves pulled their vic tims clothing through the transoms by using hooka on a long Frank Laurant of one woman passenger and Laurant of Knox were the heaviest The police think a regular gang Is working systematically on the river Confiscates Foes June the usurping Sultan of Mo has confiscated the wives of General Bagdani and his brother and has Informed them that the women will be sold unless submission is sent to him General Bagdani has laid the case before the Moroccan foreign which suggested that he request the Intervention of the dip lomatic Thaws Case Goes Over a June hearing on the motion to have Harry Thaw transferred from the Mattea wan state hospital to some other in which was to have come be fore Supreme Court Justice Mors chauser in this city next has been adjourned for one week at the request of District Attorney Jerqmo and with the consent of the counsel for x Feet of Track Washed Wichita June thousand feet of track of the Denver road between here and Vernon was washed out by a severe Five thousand feet of the Wichita and Northwestern track between here and Red river was also washed All Denver trains are The Wict river has risen eighteen eat A Breakfast Orer In Chelsea a school teacher was engaged in her task of teaching a class of foreign children the Eng lish She was trying to make her pupils understand the meaning of the word and asked if anyone the class could give containing the Quick and confident was the reply of one little girl have a We had fright eggs lor break fast this Boston What a lovely world this la to a girl the first time she alls in BANK EMPLOYE CAUGHT Goes to Writes Confession and Kills New June being ques tioned by the banks officers about an apparent discrepancy In his Charles paying teller of the Fortysecond street branch of the Corn Exchange asked to be ex cused until he could obtain a deposit ticket to explain the went to the basement after writing a brief confession that his accounts were himself In the He died within an hour at the Vice President Frew of the Corn Exchange bank said that Mulrs short age is Mulr waa one of tha banks most trusted employes and it was while he was receiving teller that he conducted his In his confession he said that the embezzle ments had been going on for five years and that he succeeded In cover ing his shortage by substituting new for Throe days ago he was made paying teller of the bank and an examination of his accounts was a suspicion having been aroused that all was not In the capacity of paying teller he was no longer In a position to conceal his and he momentarily faced discovery of Vice President Frew said that the shortage was fully cov ered by a surety IT WROTE The Authors Story of theOrigin of My Brander Matthews wrote an account of the circumstances under which My was writ and the poems James Ryder approved Professor Matthews In Colonel Randall read In the New Or leans Delta news of the attack on the Massachusetts as they passed through This account greatly excited Randall wrote In answer to a let ter from Professor I had long been absent from my native and the startling event there Influenced my That night I could not dis miss from my mind what I had read in the About midnight I lit a candle and went to my Some powerful influence seemed to possess and almost involuntarily I proceeded to write the song of My I remember that this Idea seemed to take shape as music in my air that I cannot now Tne whole poom wus dashed off rapidly when once It was not com posed In cold but under what may be called a conflagration of the senses if not an Inspiration of the In No one was more surprised than I was at the widespread and In stantaneous popularity I had been so strangely stimulated to Colonel Randall always told bis frlenfls that the poem wrote New York Doing To dig ones own to sliock ones own to pick ones own ap to pile ones own squashes at ones own burn It is like filling ones system with nn antitoxin before going into a fever plagued One Is immune to winter after provided he stays to bake his apples in his own wood One works himself into a glow with allhis digging and picking and piling that lasts until warm weath er comes und along with this harvest glow comes stealing over him the after harvest It is the se renity of Indian the mood of the after harvest upon upon him und his tlulds and Dallas Lore Sharp In If one feels dull and in the spring or early they call It Spring But there Is no It Is the after effect of our winter The nerves are mostly at wornout nerves leave us and without spirit or A few doses of Shoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly change all of these depressing The Re storative of course wont bring you back to full health in a day or but it will do enough In 48 hours to satisfy you that the remedy Is reach ing that tired Druggists every where are advising its use as a splen did and prompt general It gives inore vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or constitution It sharp ens a falling aids frees sluggish livers and and brings new strength and am Test It a few days and be Harry The family tree ol an elephant Is mostly SPIRITS NOT District of Columbia Court of Appeals Decides Dis puted Question TERM WHISKY IS DEFINED Court Tells How Rye and Bour bon Are and Declares Neutral Spirits Not Fit to Drink In Any June question which has caused so much controversy between the government and distillers as to whether or not whisky and neu tral spirits are like substances has been judicially determined by the District of Columbia court of which holds that they are not like Justice Robb said It may as contended by coun sel for a similar mix ture containing more than 50 per cent of real rye whisky is rye whisky for the purpose of Internal revenue assess but the acceptance of such a mixture as pure rye whisky would Im pose altogether too great a tax upon our It Is well known that a pure rye whisky is exactly what the term Im whisky made solely from malted When we speak of Scotch whisky we do not mean whisky made from corn but from malted It Is well understood that bourbon whisky is a Kentucky product made principally out of corn with suffi cient rye and barley malt added to dis tinguish It from straight corn Each kind of whisky mentioned has its own peculiar flavor and character and Is sought after as a beverage be cause of that flavor and Neutral on the as the term is a colorless has neither flavor nor character and is not a beverage at It may be pro duced from any fermented such as potatoes and sugar Formerly it was used exclu sively in the but with the ad vent of cheaper methods of production it has been palmed off on the public as a beverage by mixing it with some thing to give It flavor and Since it c6sts far less to produce than rye whisky It is apparent that its use by the distiller Increased his profits in proportion as the public is Appellee admits the use of neutral spirits in the mixture sold as pure old rye but does not state the proportion In view of this ad it Is assume that a substantial proportion was We do not think a mixture of spirits and rye whisky is a pure rye whisky and we do not believe the pub lic would so regard As before stated neutral spirits is not a has none of the distinguishing character istics of rye whisky and matter of another We think it very clear that to advertise and sell a mixture containing rye and bourbon whiskies and neutral whether containing flavoring and coloring mat ter or as a pure rye Is grossly to deceive the BRYANITES EUCHRED LAKE CITY RETAINED Brotherhood of Engineers tain Cleveland as Their Headquarters They Neglected to Lead Trump at the Right June the Demo cratic state convention delegates to the national convention at Denver were elected and a platform The latter makes no mention of the candidacy of William Jennings and his who had been de manding half the delegation sent to count but four sure Bryan men among the sixteen delegates The close of the convention came amid considerable confusion fol lowing the statement of a delegate that he had intended to offer a reso lution looking to Instructions favor able to but had been dissuad ed and an endeavor of another dele gate to second the others though none had been The platform promises the candi dates named at Denver the generous and loyal support of thoroughly united Democracy of but makes no suggestion as to who the candi dates should Auto Causes Serious June per sons suffered serious injuries at Con neautvllle when u horse took fright at an The Injured are severe scalp two ribs fractured Stan ankle fractured and severely bruised Lena back injured and hurt abqut the Harry Stan who was stuck to the rig and was The others Girls Injured In June girls and a man were severely Injured by an explosion at the works of the Amer ican Dynallte company near The explosive was accidentally ignited by a The building was partly Miss Minerva Berkley was probably fatally Superintend ent Miss Elizabeth Haas and Miss Rosalia Downes were severely TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Yellow June ex plosion at the Miami powder three miles south of caused the death of Harry Hlckman and serious ly injured Otis June Tha Canton Aero club hag been given the use of private grounds near the Canton Gas companys plant for ascensions to be made by Leo Stevens of New York next June Hiram Beecher and his Wilson were fatally In jured by an explosion of dynamite In the Reliance The eyes of both men were blown June a pioneer is dead here after a long age Wick took part In founding the first bank In and in the organization of the Youngs town and Ashtabula June Otis wife of a penitentiary guard at went out Tuesday to pay some bills and has not Her husband and the Moundsvllle police sus pect foul play or suicide In the river and bloodhounds are to be June Fire de stroyed worth of property In including the Buckeye drug Bell telephone residences of Mowrey and George Hartley and two buildings owned by Frank Se Spontaneous combustion caused the June a Is on trial at Smethport charged with the murder of his young entering the room where his two children were attacked them with a the young er being The defense claims June White acre of Canton was nominated by ac clamation here as Democratic candi date for congress from the Eighteenth Weight and Thomas Ar nold were named as delegates to the national They were in structed to vote for June commis sion appointed to examine Robert the religious fanatic who killed his little niece during an orgy at performed the duty in the county jail and immediately there after filed a report to the effect that the prisoners mind is June secretary of the board of state chari who has been investigating the death of John Adams at the Massillon state had a long conference with Governor It was decided to call a meeting of the board when four members will be selected to make a thorough Columbus June Nelson whose husband Is In Jail here In connection with the bribery of offi cials In the East Broad street paving contract with the ClevelandTrinidad Paving was arrested and held as a witness In the case of Presi dent Bramley of the Trinidad Paving company of June Mor a circus who has achieved fame on the tight Was discovered in a penniless condition in this She had intrusted her say ings to a friend who had left her here while waiting for a The author ities assisted her to Johnstown and a warrant is out for the man who took the June alias John Nels was acquitted of the murder of Charles Samuelson on 29 on the ground of Johnson literally chopped Samuelson to bits in a fit of insane fury while the men were at work In a bit of woodland near the Samuelson An effort will be made to have John son deported to June A young farmer near has confessed to the secret service men understate Fire Marshal Creamer that he has been a member of the night riders who have come over from Kentucky and destroyed the beds of tobacco growers on the Ohio He refuses to give any names of Ohio night but the fire marshal has learned enough to take steps for the arrest of some Ohio June ihot that woman and I dont care what happens to was the statement made by Carmello AHemo when arrested near Lovett for the shooting of Au gust Montredon at South Al emo shot the woman through the neck aa she was stooping over a spring to fill a pall with water and she Has In a critical coadltlon at a Johnstown No motive at the crime has been CLEVELAND CHOSEN Engineers Elect to Retain Headquar ters In That June a vole of two to one the International conven tion of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers voted to retain the general headquarters at Cleveland for the next decennial period beginning Tlio contest narrowed down nt thn close to Cleveland and Tveve bora of committee of to whom tha propositions of lio cities seekitii the iiJil been voted for jm seven for while one did no Majority and minority were and it was finally de cided to submit the question to open with the reault that Cleve land was that city and Chicago being the only ones voted Detroit was selected as the place for the next biennial convention and in accordance with the custom of select ing a resident of the convention city for third assistant grand Kent of Detroit was elected to that June from three meat Inspectors who have been working in Philadelphia are said to indicate very unsanitary conditions In of the meat shops and slaughter houses in that June Eleven preemptions have been filed tor the name of the majority rule party They are in Cam slufE FIT ILL So Declare Seven Witnesses for Defense in Metallic Furniture Case COULD HAVE CHARGED MORE Expert Furniture Introduced by the Swear That Common wealth Received Full Value for Enor mous Sums Spent for June de tense placed before the jury in the capltol trial evidence in support ot Its claim that the system of measure ment employed in the metallic furni ture contracts was fair to the state and that the articles supplied were of heavy The testimony was given by seven two of whom were expert and five with years of experience in the metallic furniture During the morning the five metal lic furniture experts were called and swore that the furniture was what they would consider heavy in grade and that methods of measurement eluded counting in as extra sucbj things as glass roller curtains and the Beckwlth of Newl ark was the chief being called upon to describe the process of manufacture and the guages of steel which enter Into the This testimony was very favorable to the George Helsey of Lancaster tes tified that the state had received more feet than were billed In the furniture supplied to thirtythree rooms in the building andthat what was hilled at feet in round numbers could have been extended to He swore that every one of the c bria Elk mentioned in the indictment was of f O Erie larger dimension than charged for and four pieces were brought down from the capltol and their dimensions In each case Helsey said exceeded the billing John employed by gave measurements of 101 which showed that the state had been billed for feet on 101 pieces when and June the explo sion of an elghteenlnch steampipe In the boiler room at the National Cash Register plant John Kelsllng and Al ton were Instantly killed and three other workmen were Injured Missionary Dead In June a missionary at Mun was found dead in a bath tub at the residence of the whom he was Gor don was asphyxiated when a gas jet to a heating stove was accidentally Shockard Will Not Lose June Sheckard ot the Chicago National league ball whose eyes were injured by tie explosion of a bottle of Is much improved and there is no longer any danger that he will lose his A problem In No one is known to have succeeded in finding two integral numbers such that the sum of their nubes would pro duce the cube of a whole The cubes of the first ten numbers give the following series 182764125216343 This series may be pro longed The problem would then be to find two members of the series such that their sum Is just equal to another Adding 125 and we get which is certainly pretty close to adding 216 and we obtain which is with in a single unit of another member of the Another example of be ing very but not is that 729 plus gives which Is but a single unit more than the cube of It will thus be seen that the first twelve cubes yield two cases where the approximation is but a unit out of the As the possible cubes are Infinite In It may seem worth while to prosecute the Scientific the measurements have made 1 The defense is arranging to close by the end of the week if ALLISON RETAINS SEAT Trapped by Its If an old English writer be true in his the pheasant must be a very simple for he declares that it puts its head In the ground and thinks that all Its body Is then The same author says that it was also captured by another curious A picture of the bird was painted on cloth and then placed In a spot where it was sure of being By and by a silly pheasant coming along catches sight of the portrait and goes up to have a close view of the new While engaged in Inspecting the can vas the fowler draws near from behind and throws his net over the art student Health Coffee is really the clos est Coffee Imitation ever yet pro This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Not a grain ot real Coffee in it Shoops Health Coffee Is made from pure toasted with Really it would fool an might drink it for No 20 or 80 min utes tedious Made In a min ute says the Sold toy all Veteran Iowa Senator Defeats Cum mins for Des June from the primaries that are complete In nearly all the counties of the state indicate that Iowa Republicans have nominated William Allison for re election to the United States His majority is generally conceded to be at least Carroll was nominated for governor over Warren Garst by about George Clarke was nominated for lieuten ant governor over Murphy by or Riggs was nominated or superintendent of public schools by an overwhelming Governor Cummins spent the after noon playing golf and would make no statement as to his future political The Republican congressional nomi nation in Congressman Hulls district is still in doubt by a few It was previously announced that Hull had failed of Frank Republican state de feated Congressman Conner In the Tenth district Congressman Hub bard was 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