Greenville Evening Record, June 5, 1908

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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania ESTABLIS SIED THE EVENING RECORD JUNE Pcirfumes Houblgit Le Azures Roya Cherry i Vlolits Rodger Gallet Spfehler and other fire toilet Get the biy only firstclass Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus ELECTION RESULTS P KKI Dfii Cole of Erie is Junior I Before the Republican Gobin 2 CENTS PER Installing Officer I Committee I I HEARINGS BEGUN AT CHICAGO H M M M This Is the Time of Year Everybody VETS COMPLETE WORK Comrade Cole of Erie Elected Senior Vice June the closing session of the fortysecond encamp ment of the Pensylvanla department of the the election of officers was as follows Senior vice Thomas Cole of Erie junior vice William Hedden of Danville council of ad Stanwood of Phila Theodore Turner of West John Douglinrty of Philadel William Bradbury of Alle gheny and Lemon Buch of While the ballots were being count ed retiring Commander Powell turned the gavel over to General as the Installing to Install Com manderelect DeLacy and his The staff as announced by the new commander Is as follows Assistant adjutant Charles Suydam of reappointed assist ant quartermaster Gram lich of Philadelphia department In TRISTATE NfcWS IN BRIEF If Secretary of War Wins Half the June Contests He Will Be Nominated on First Candidates Com bine to Prevent was arrested for attempting to hug one kiss high school Juno Municipal league will hold Its unnua convention this year at Pittsburg 17 to 20 ADOPTED FAIR STANDARD Defense in Capitol Trial Closed Aflrees to Reiurn Any Ryan Money Contributed to Ne Not put on the Stand Juno full Uepubll can national committee met this morn promptly announced that lie expected the secretary to bo nominated without difficulty on the first He smiled as he cautioned listeners to remember that he was a prejudiced but asserted that there was no doubt in his mind that only one ballot would June Johnson j Ing at 11 oclock and began the bear caused the arrest of the crew of a Big Four train which bold up bis au tomobile at a street June the mines from Dunkirk to Acme In the Pigeon Creek valley hnve resumed In Fifteen hundred men were given June Miss Helen being HID only gradu ate this carried off all the class honors at Jenklntown high school com June a business man of this died from worry over business matters and his death was caused by a violent Ings on which will be determined the contests Involving 229 seats In the The number of contests Hied is so large that the settlement easily has become the Important of the preconvention The nomination of the Republican candi date for the presidency hinges abso lutely upon the decision of the mem bers of the national committee and Ihe subsequent approval of that deci sion by the credentials committee of CallenJar of The following were elected repre Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year I j More Convenient THE QIBSON FURMTMRE THE B1Q attack of Juno because Brockenrldge of Bryan of William Wells of Norris town judge Campbell iirtii i i t i no i uuVjUuao of Wllkesbarre chief mustering offl hls motherinlaw would not let him f JColl of Pittsburg depart keen a her wherohe 4Jqmith paf pmci 8rucMr Chnrles llved Murtl Leiiry left ls wlfe and chief of refused to support June a wager of ten offered by a lent Adams of Bradford Al Leroy age tried to ert Ackorley of Waverly Robert j across the Manatawny creek 1 Bell of Brush of nero and drowned In Au gustus age was too per cobBarron of James sistent in thrusting his attentions upon j Bloorn of Cresj Miss Hester Frantz of age ker of Campbell ofj a pretty she publicly Samuel Callender of i horsewhipped Henry Cordes of Millersj June Governor Alfred Dressier of Harris has appointed General L rleld ot Rodgers of Cleveland state fire mar shal to succeed Rodgers Is the commander of the Ohio June Miku an passed through here on a walk around the The young who is thirty years of has so far traveled miles of his B B new white wash skirts Complete summer assor ments ready to select frcju of good dresy styles to j Two neat dressy styts iWhite Wash TWO J Eleven gore pleated SltJS j with two four inch White Skirts Indh fine White Holgate of Factory Hertzler of Harris of of John Hoerr of Plttapg j Banks Hunter of Leech Jones of John Of NQW Kroesl of Btnai Krotts of Knorr ot rJClaren of Charles May of FauSi Tnad Mahon of Miller of Belle Mover of Allen Levl Oberton of Owens of Lewis A parsons of FranJin of of Charles i William CHAIRMAN HARRY be He said that In his opluloi the figures of the Taft bureau shouli bo taken seriously because our fig ures from the beginning of the flgh for the Republican nomination havi always been right than thos of the other Second Place Vice presidential gossip Is promt nent for the first the names o Senator Dolllver of Iowa ant James Sherman of New York being John Hays wellknown mining was also talked At the headquarters of Joseph Cannon it was declared that the esti mates of strength made by the Taft people were largely overdrawn and John the confidential man of Congressman McKlnley of Cham who Is In charge of the head quarters at the present asserted that the Illinois candidate would not only have more strength than has gen erally been credited to but that the Tatt people would not be able to show more than 350 votes on the first TRIMMERS CLOSE CASE Stanford Lewis Again Testifies In June de fense rested in the capitol clos ing Its case abruptly and without put ting any of tln dofeudiinls on the flic rttnle is procctMling today with the Thori were but thrw witnesses heard during Hi ma of Stanford HKJ mud most of Ihn He to the of lie nu claiming it wan a faV standard adopted to the slate iirid disclaimed of collusion among iniy of On cross examination Scarlet established the Important fact that In adopting tho braska Campaign SUPPORT OF PARKER GENUINE Resents the Published Insinuation That It Was Secured by Cash ContHbu 4 tlon From New York Millionaire to Nebraska Campaign June a State ment to the Associated Press today William Bryan replies to an article appearing a week ago In a New York charging that Bryan was the beneficiary of a campaign contribution made by Thomas Bryan says If Ryan contributed to the Ne braska campaign it was not with my knowledge or While I had but a remote personal interest in the Nebraska campaign that I am June line men for a telephone company failed to heed his warnings against cutting trees in front of his property in Jack son Wren Likens sent a fusillade of bullets into the trees where the men were working and did not stop until they had taken June Safe crackers dynamited the safe of the Martins Ferry barrel but there was nothing in They tightly refas tened the door and left a note stating that dyanmite had been left In the decided In Secretary Taft j Bafe The door will have to be forced would result in his winning on the but the owners fear an first while failure to capture June 5 fol thls number unquestionably would put lowing appointments to positions In as tho representative of the stain i intcrested lu Nebraska politics and Lewis did not make inquiries In the Interested In national trade nor consult catalogues to obtain Neither could he tell of any other contract In which it had been Lewis said Huston had no knowledge of metallic furni ture except In a general way and that he had left It to Lewis also de clared that the additions to the furni ture made by Huston were to be charged for as Attorneys forCassell declined to say why he did not take the stand except that they did not see the need for Hoke Smith Meets Defeat June Indi cate the nomination Of Joseph Brown for governor of Georgia In the general Democratic primary by a plu rality of about Osclares Innocence on and I am not willing to in the slightest obligated to any fa vorseeking If the news paper in question will secure from either Sheehan or Ryan a statement or prove in any other way that Ryan gave to to anyone else or to the national com mittee any sum with the understanding that the sum would be used in the Nebraska I shall see that the amount is returned to As to the charge that my support of Judge Parker was I need only say that I announced my support of Judge Parker immediately after the Louis convention and that support was open and unquHfied from the convention until the polls I had opposed his but he had no more loyal supporter the nomination in the office have been made by the state u MJH i uj Lilc OLULO Realizing the necessity of keeping a I railroad commission James C Wat majority of the contested delegates j son of Haderman out of the Taft the reprei Of Verda Johnson of Erie June sentatlves of other candidates have Arthur Anwyii of Harrlsburg John June during the I was in corje Jeffrles was hanged here for the murspondence with and both on the der of William a In stump and with pen rendered all a speech from the scaffold he declared the assistance I While the paper o i prints these charges was selling its columns to the Republican com mittee to be used In caricaturing Judge he was George Slier Knocked Out June prize flght referee and writer on pugilism was stricken with heart disease while walking in State His condition u was urginghis other body was found in the Worth iagtou creek near this city where one was found a few days They were Identified as James and Rob of Leach June Inspector Lawrence Bartley started a crusade against the selling of liquor to minors and as a result proprietors of five Sturgeon downtown cafes were arrested on war rtf f 11 vw n ui c ui 1 caiCU uil Will or ILD Jafes sweger of rants charging them with this i Bryan ot John Sims Wlllliimnnmt b June Treasurer Speilbousch gave hispersonal note for Pw Is pooled issues In most of the cases and Hopwood of They have as allies will urge their claims before not yet been the national The proceedj largely will be rej solved into a Taft and antiTaft conj DARING BELL So far as the south is con and most of the confers are of the Athletic Young Span In states from south of the Mason and j iards of Dlxon the interests of the allies j There Is a curious custom among the are being looked after by Major j 3OUI1S Spaniards of the city of Seville On certain fete related a the young men of the place have per mission to ring the bells In the clock towers of the They hnve an Argument of the He announced that he would base rre IB uuio towers or tne TIICV nave an Foolexpets agree that chocolate WM7 In order to pay off men j hls arguments chiefly on the conten Is oneif themost healtnful and nu who had worked for the City Auj tlon that ln most ot the southern i them tut reglllar boll trltlouartlcls of food known and ditor McDonnall had declined to issue Bates the Taft disqualified repose tueso amatoure dlmb un to cnocoia are becoming very j warrant until he had audited the i the nesro voters from participating in popula Win can imagine anything more mptlng or delicious than a fee of chocolate pie Hard make tn the old but easy lfou usefOURPIE chocolate I id foiidv directions on the package all ready jrder ingredients At 10 writes About a year ago I bought two of Foleys Kidney Rem Itired me of a severe case of kidney ouble of several years standing n certainly is a good nnd I heartily recom Bessemer program mapped out by Na Tr that the allies delegates had been se June Maud lected at Anderson nBe t wen yelghl killed her class or race had been ba self by drinking carbollc Domes the m tic troubles are said to have been the She is survived by three chil dren and her from whom she was June Presley ora age son of I Thl turow thcm forwnnj wllu ull UJUtlJ tt U 1 1 ILI 1111 he state and district conventions and thelr force und rldo upon tlle uells n their furious swinging to and We may imagine what an uproar is pro duced when all tho bells of a Cathedral are being treated in tills Any BESSEMU LAKE ERIE RAIL Time Tab In Effect May Trains ave Eastern 01 All Linen O I Standard as follows AOK i TT i nri J mfor Dewef Bradys Handsome Wnite VWl EastNew Butler and Skirtscloths and wf for Hmiard nianship extraordinary East Pitiburg and Allegheny to for oratorical effort will be This program provides for daily meet president of the Farmers ings to begin at 10 and continue tional bank shot himself and i until G without recess for lunch will probably ns the bullet grazed Thirty minutes for each side tlonal Chairman Harry New to govi man who is able may exercise UIs ern the proceedings of the committee nnd the duration of the ringing de In hearing the contests Is carried j ponds upon the caprice or the strength little opportunity for fine arguments or j and patience of the tlie No cause Is known for the He is June While playing in a rail pile near the resi dence of his parents at Greene will be allowed in state in volving the seating of four delegates The spectacle is very strange of the great bells with two or more bold ringers hanging from them in any attitude which seems to them best adapted to pushing out the most In the at tho first time I witnessed the clamor Buckinghams After the defeat and flight of Charles the daredevil Duke of Buckingham disguised himself as a set up a stage In the heart of London and for days laughed in the faces of the stern who were thirsting for his One day when his own the beautiful Duchess of Rich was passing the Jocular duke set the mob on to drag her from her They forced her to witness the pranks of her whom she but could not More doesnt seem so quick to deny her age as she used to Jess Shes got very stout What has that to do with it Jess It takes all her time now to deny her BOTSOLp SORES Shooting of Major Dreyfus Re kindles Religious and Racial Strife atlarge and their alternates in each j was When I looked up I There are eleven such thought at first some unfortunate was the states being fiveyearold William Gordon j North discovered a sack containing forty South pairs of shoes supposed to have been j Texas and stolen from a shoe firm at Steubeu June works of The remaining delegates In contest from scattering districts in the states and Arkansas Ken Arizona the American Shflet and Tinplate com HP nu iwnv nf Rhnmn wlif L and Fifteen minutes New White Canvas ford Shoes to wear White Wash Skirts JO nn i tO i White fi vas White Wash Wash Belts made tachable BOQQS BU NORTH PITT8BUR East Pittsburg and pany at South Sharon wllf be placed In operation the last of this About 500 men have been It is also expected the Carnegie plant will start about July affecting about on each side are to be allowed In the argument on each of tho district con entangled in the bell but I soon found it was a matter of An other ringer appeared suspended in tho holding tho bell by the ears or the rim or tho wooden framework and fol lowing it in all its some times sometimes Such are tho daring bell ringers of Se The Egyptian The and your sister are are you not Jlarjorlbonks were when we were she is five years young er than MAYFLOWER A Warning That May Prove of Value to Relic It may be trusted that no lineal de scendent of the pilgrims would and no other person foolishly should ever claim to have or to have seen a teapot that had come over ou tho Whatever other articles in whatever number may bu treasured as parts of the sacred cargo Hint was lauded at Plymouth rock In relic hunters may rest In the assurance that no rival owns a teapot of Mayflower The explanation is When tho June at the close of the ceremonies attending the canoni zation of Emlle Zola in the when the president of the premier and a host of ministers of state were taking their Louis Anthehne military writ er of drew a revolver and fired two shots point blank at Major Alfred for whose liberty Zola fought and Men distinguished In all walks of life filled the Pantheon and when the shots rang out there was Intense ex citement in fear that the president had been but even the attempt on the life of Major Dreyfus created a profound Sol diers speedily surrounded Gregori and he was taken to bruised and with his clothes almost torn from his Major Dreyfus was not seriously In A bullet entered his but did not injure the At a late hour the official statement was made that his condition was very favorable and that no complications were Oregons act undoubtedly was in spired by the campaign which the re actionary has been conducting against Zola as an insulter of the army and a traducer of his coun the Catholic a paper to which Gregori was at was a supporter of General Boulanger and violently opposed to 0 BBttor and i Sunday only on and Junel4th for arove Butler and DeWltts Little flarly Rl sure and Bold by Wej from Butler to and from East Pitts Allegheny md to Mead and from East Pitts Allegheny ani to Mead and arrive from Allegheny and 11 and 14 run daily S Sunday only other trains dally m 1 cept ra i 1 June case of Charles who with his Lila Zane and Weight are charged with the murder of Charles Bennett of New here last was set for trial next Monday and tho cases of his wife and Weight are held NO No nuinbug claims have been made for Foleys Honey and the well known remedy for and lung The fact that more bottles of Foleys Honey and Tar are used than of 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 more and Is safe and sure Bessemer tests Chairman New estimated that Egyptologists have discovered that among tho ancient Egyptians the invi olate preservation of the body was deemed absolutely essential to tho cor poreal resurrection of the Ac cording to the touching of tho Egyptian the living man consisted of a a an Intelligence and an ap pearance called Death separat ed these four which must ulti mately be reunited for all Between death on earth and life ever lasting there intervened a period of several thousand during which season tho soul performed a painful probationary pilgrimage through tho The body in order that It should await Intact the return of the soul must meanwhile be guarded from all corruptlou hence the custom of If this schedule Is followed and no delays result it will require 1H hours to dispose of the contests without tak ing Into consideration tho time re quired for deliberations of the com Things Begin to Warm Political activity has commenced in earnest around the Auditorium and me Auditorium Annex and the Coll where the Republican national convention is soon to be The Cannon headquarters were permanent ly opened In the Auditorium and the announcement was made by a number of the politicians friendly to candi dates other than William Taft that Foraker headquarters will be opened In the Great Northern Charles Kurtz of who has been a Foraker lieutenant for thirty is to charge ot the senators Charles Taft ot brother of the of Kodol is the best known prepara tion that is offered to the people to day for dyspepsia or Indigestion or any stomach Kodol digests all It Is pleasant to It Is sold here by Harry Mayflower sailed for America an ounce of ton was rare enough to have made up a fitting gift for yet forty years later the wealthy and fushlon nblo people of England wore fairly fn mlliur with tea which the East India company had first brought Into tho and four years later It was on sale in tho coffee at which time a pound might bo purchased for the moderate sum of 60 Only twentylive years later tea was on sale in and soon after there were two tea houses besides those kept by Daniel Vernon nnd Benjamin Har In tho first decade of the eight eenth century it could bo bought from Zabdlll Uoltou at his apothecary Today the coffee houses of a hundred years ago in London are In reality ton In England were made tho first teapots of Later the most delicate creations in porcelain ap but as tea became popular the art of the teapot maker was less ex clusively DeWitts Little Early the famous little liver are sold by Harry The when It decided to Inter Zola In the National Pantheon beside Victor Hugo and other great realized fully that it was arousing the smoldering em bers of Dreyfus but Clemenceau and the present govern Including War Minister Pic who attained his present posi tion as a result of the successful out come of the long Dreyfus did not shrink from this final act of Jus tice to the memory of tho man according to Anatole France in his fu neral oratlpn at Zolas burial six years represented the human coji t i The Aurore understands that Gen eral the minister of will submit to President Fallleres for signature a decree nominating Major Dreyfus as an officer of the Legion ot Oliver Beltnpnt Near New June Belmont is reported to be dying at Us home In An opera tion tor appendicitis was too It la to be ;

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