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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houblgant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Spiehier and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus GoCart Sale for one BEGINNING June 6th We will sell our remain ing stock of GoCarts at less than We have marked the ones down We expect these prices to close out the stock in one If you think of buy ing a GoCart this do not miss this opportunity MADE IN GREENVILLE Boler Tube Case Recalled by Battleship Accident at Santa Yesterday six SAILORS KILL Scalded by Blowing Out of Tube on Board the Cruiser Tennessee VICTIMS BROUGHT INTO PORT Details of Distressing Accident on Board One of the New Cruisers Coming In Blame At taches to Turner The House Furnisher Juno B B a reliable kodak takes pictures 2 by inches the camera for first work or any who would experience the delight of photography at slight Films for Brownie 25c Bulls Eye Kodaks takes pictures kind that is automatically camera for those who require larger size Complete assortment folding Pocket types and to Box Screen focus Plate Film Pack Kodaks and other Cameras in large as Plate Holders and other Photographic apparatus1 in complete Lumiere Autochromes developers for color BOQGS MONTH difil of Seriously Injiired coal N7ew York Walter coal Hrooklyn secondclass East coal secondclass water Hrooklyn listclass Brook There wore fourteen men Hi Iho fire room when the which is four Inches In blew driving a torrent of scalding coal cinders and hot ashes the ash pan and showering the halfnaked A blast of steam from the venlllatpis told those on deck of the and Lieutenant Commander the Instantly sounded a general alarm and dropped twenty lines of hose ready for Instant use In case of surviving seamen were fiRlitlng for Relnhold and Meek were stricken dead at their Boggs and Wood crawled Into the adjoining flreroom and died almost The sur Los June men were killed and eight Injured on board the armored Tennessee when a boiler tube hurling fragments of Iron about the engine room and filling It with scalding The accident happened an hour after the cruiser left Santa Barbara on her way with six other vessels of tho Pacific fleet to Los The cruiser was steaming at full speed when the ex plosion The force of the explosion was ter rible and many of the Injured are fa tally it is Orders were flashed to local ma rine surgeon at San directing him to prepare for he caring for of the Injured According to the wireless no officers were The seamen will be landed when they will be taken ashore at 1 San Pedro and brought lo the marine and a halfnaked fireman leaped hospital at Los The Tennessee Is Admiral Sebrees commanding the second divi sion of the Paclflc The other vessels accompanying the Tennessee are the West Pennsylvania andj comprising the first division commanded by Admiral The tho cause of which is occurred only a few minutes after Admiral Captain How ard and Chief Engineer Robertson had left the engine room on a tour of In Four of the men were killed nstantly and two more died at San Sf ATE NEWS IN BRIEF JIHIP A fire starting from a locomotive spark de stroyed buildlugs at Port Jutilata he lost Ip n ronl estate deal Ooigu Forcey ended his lite by hanging on big farm at June An epidemic of measles In a moat virulent form has made Its appearance In this iho mortality due to aftereffects being about 5 per June A wagon load of whisky and beer was seized by Con stable Homer Ballard at Hip Liass hake a summer resort for Cleveland under the search and seizure June Bumper crops in Ohio are foretold by thu monthly report of the state board of The condition of wheat Is placed at 94 per 17 per cent bet ter than a year June Robert city attorney of is dead the result of a poisonous drug taken with suicidal Brood ing over a love affair Is supposed to have been the Beaver June a of accom Within the doomed flreroom the pauied by Detective Ekerman of that came here today and recov ered a buggy horse that bad been stolen from him March New June James McClenahans dead body was found A SWEEPING VICTORY Representing Can non and Fairbanks Lose the First Round TAFT SCORES FIRST Republican National Committee Decides Contests From Ala bama and Arkansas ALLIES FILE STRONG PROTEST Object to1 Presence of Taft Men In Committee Who Bear Friends of Fairbanks Cannon Are and vlving all of whom suffered j hanging from a rafter in Uie spring house on the McClenahan farm near Two years ago she was sent to the Warren insane After six mouths treatment she was re leased as June a peer as a football quarterback as a member of the famous old Homestead Joseph age a well known died this morning at Franciss hospital from an affec some acted with the greatest heroism In aiding their unfortunate Admiral Has Narrow Rear Admiral Sebree himself es caped death or serious injury in the fated flre pit by a narrow He had left the room where the explosion occurred not fifty seconds before the fatal The admiral stood in the englneroom adjoining the flreroom with Chief Engineer Robertson and Captain His first Intimation tion of tlle braln due lo nn old illjury received in a gridiron June the ago of seventyone years Fred Groth appeared in a barber shop here this morning and a barber cut his When the past him suffering severe When the smoke came from the flre room the fire call was sounded and all the crew went to their stations In per fect order and in a few seconds fifteen to twenty lines of hose were ready to the Pedro after the arrival of the List of The dead are George water secondclass Ala jama machinists MADE IN The Tubes Were Made In Greenville and This Will Set the Hammer smiths Association United States Attorney John who had charge of the prose cution of the cases against the Shel by Steel Tube employes last says If the trouble Is found to be In the boilers and not in the of course this latest accident will have no bear Ing on the Shelby But If the second Germany George tubes In the Tennessees boilers are firstclass j fomlii to have been defective It June a meeting at 4ended by representatives of Senator Knox of Vice President Fairbanks and Joseph Cannon the following statement was made for pub lication Contests between Republicans should be considered and decided by those regularly and properly chosen for that purpose ana by them only when they can honestly consider the merits of each cafe In a judicial frame of The statement further declares that if Secretary Taft as his friends a majority of the national com the presence of Hitch Statter and Phelps on that com mittee is unnecessary and on the other the vote on the committee is close the presence of the three men Is as it leaves the nomina tion of the presidential candidate to the decision of one campaign mana ger and two of his June rollcalls the Republican national committee de cided the contests from Alabama and Job was complete Groth remarked involving twentyfour seats that It was the first time a barber ever had cut his hair that It was the first time he ever was in a barbers June to have been Implicated with Baker In j the of the Contests the murder of Edward from Georgia and Kentucky In the Republican national in favor of the delegates instructed for Secretary The victory for the Taft forces was not even a division being required to determine telegraph at Welcome sta for which crime Baker Is now serving a life sentence In the Moundsville Edward alias Young was arrested at June pro gram for old home week has been Is are being heard the total num ber of seats affected being The proceedings would have been devoid of interest had It not been for an effort to prevent Frank Hitch the Taft and Arthur former assistant secretary of the and Charles Phelps The celebration will start next both assistants to Tuesday with band concerts and trom slttlnS in Judgment firstclass tire sec ondclass Chester might have an effect on the We will learn all that from the govern Jtfardi Gras Wednesday there will be a parade of civic and military societies and an old folks Thursday the cornerstone of the new county courthouse will be ment reports on the cause of the ac1 June a re It may take some but wilt of a fight following a basketball j fprYuTmsTrlcVoMndlana mana on the These nion held prox ies of the members of the national committee from New Alaska and North Their entranceinto the executive session of the national committee provoked Jo seph United States altor we will learn It San Cura Ointment Cures Where Hospital Doctors Fail The remarkable healing and cur ative properties of SanCura Oint ment are no better Illustrated than In the case of Ellis Krankenstein of Pa He says I broke both bones of my lower splinter Ing them so that the bones protruded five I was confined to bed six months and to1 five years was on while the opening In my leg continued to discharge When I began using Thompsons San Cura Ointment I was suffering terri ble pains which SanCura drawing out many pieces of and I weighed but elgthysix pounds now after a few months have gained thirtyfive pounds and am perfectly strong and I was discharged from the the hospital as I am now perfectly well and my leg entirely SanCura being antisep removes all foreign matter and germs from Bruises and Old Sores before healing them and re storing flesh and skin to healthy All 25c and 50c a or sent Thompson Medical Tltua For sale by Why Suffer from If you have any form of Piles you can cure yourself In a very short Go to your druggist and have him mix 6 drops Carbolic 1 dram Zotan and Zinc Apply this night and This has cured thousand and will cure Save this Old Murder Mystery Near June After eleven years the mystery surrounding the murder of aged David Detrick and his wife In this city may be solved through alleged admissions made by n convict In the California state peniten whose name Is Re cently the Logan county officials went to the coast and it was to It is the socalled confession was The mutilated bodies of Detrick and his wife were found in their home by a daughter an ax having been The house had been Although several arrests were the guilty persons never were brought to game in Greensburg Fred erick Kelly of Latrobe secured dam ages in the local courts of from ger for Vice President and Representative James Francis Burke of who acts in a similar warden of the for senator to make Kelly had been criticizing the vehement protests from ihe Greensbnrg Welty became en raged and struck Kelly In the June Two dressed drove up to the Als Hitchcock Is After a hurried conference between representatives of all the nullToft forces it was decided to reduce the bacher companys meat market in a protests to writing and have them pro carriage and one left an envelope for sented to the committee before the Moses The women then j contests were taken When this hurried The package was found j had been done the protests were sent to contain a silver neckchaln which to formerly a member had belonged to Alsbachers dead sisj of congress from Alabama and one of Van Dyke to Lecture In June Henry Van Dyke of Princeton has been nomi nated by Harvard to give the Ameri can lectures before the University of ter and which had disappeared myste riously thirty years June capi tol conspiracy case in which five men are charged with defrauding the state In connection with metallic furniture the contesting delogatesatIarge from the ScottDavidson antlTaft tion from that It recited the fact that Hitchcock Is directly In terested in the management of one of the candidates directly involved In the case and therefore disqualified to sit contracts came to a so far as j judgment upon It also declared the taking of testimony Is j that Hitchcock did not reside and after having been on trial since May Court adjourned until Is not a qualified voter in the territory he claims to represent and was not a Paris and other French universities wnen aw points will be submitted and regularly or properly chosen national next His subject will be The areuments It Is expected the I oommitteemaSlrom that The Spirit of Looking A Mississippi official tolls of a col ored citizen of that state who gave a Justice of the peace a big fat possum as a wedding A year after the Justice on meeting the darky asked how do you like married life answered Joe all I kin say is 1 wish Id eat Uat pos The Bttt Is a always to be He has never deceived how do you know that it he toldme so himself only last Boston The Lady to hastily retreating bur but wont you please wait till my husburid sees you I told him there was some oue In the ana be suld Ba case will reach the Jury June state board of charities has decided to be gin the investigation of the Massillon state hospital next as re quested by Governor It will be done by a committee consisatng of Cincinnati McFad Steuheuvllle Colum and Tho charge Is that John an died from injuries inflicted by an at June state railroad commission has made a rec ommendation In the matter of the pe tition of certain citizens of Mason and Griffin for a stop of the cars of the West Penn Railways company at the Water street crossing In the recommen dation being that the company make said stop for the accommodation of the citizens ot Masoatown and adjoin ing DeWltts Little Early the famous little liver are sold by Harry same representations were made in re gard to Statter and except that they were termed em ployes instead of managers for one of the Aldrich presented the protest to the committee and In connection stat ed that he did not regard It proper that they should be compelled to pre sent their arguments to members who had au Interest In the outcome and he called attention to the preamble of the which was as follows Protest Laid on We formally protest against being compelled to submit the merits of our contest to the Republican national committee as at present constituted In this Then followed the ar guments against Statter and Phelps being permitted to retain seats In the All I cars to say in said United States attorney for the northern district of Alabama and the chief local counsel for the Thompson Instructed for Is that Charles the member sitting as a judge In Ills and It appears to me that he is Interested In the Scott is one of the delegatesatlarge elected by the Scott Davidson which wns supposed to he Debate on the question wns shut off by the iwmlipr from who promptly movid to lay the protest on III The1 motion Scott of boiim the only member who opposed The Alabama HIP four nid two VU gales from oacli of thn twbijtylvo in ven iunn taken In spite of thp fart Unit of Ionttyils Wii D some of Iliom warp ceedlng the foe members of the committee was cor Among the last to arrive were Senators Crane and Lodge of Massa The former is a member ot the committee and was warmly greet ed by his Let me In ou said Senator for I am the Filipino mem Sure enough the senator had a proxy from Henry the member from the Philippine Grell the member from arrived with former Governor Myron the member from and they were soon busy round Ing up the southern Lyon frequently has been the host of Presi dent Roosevelt and makes no secret of the fact that he would like to see the president Roosevelt dont want said so here Is where we go In and turn handsprings in equity for the man he does The visiting between members of the the attorneys repre senting the contestants and others gathered in the lobby outside the na the executive board of the United Mlnoworkers and a colored of Mont The legal argument was made by During his speech favoring the seating of the delegates headed by State Chairman Thompson he produced a copy of a circular letter sent out by Aldrich of the antl Taft faction railing upon the outa to unite for the purpose of throwing out the The purpose of Introducing this letter was to show that the Scott Davidson faction had publicly recog nized that the Thompson faction was the regular Al drich acknowledged the authenticity of the and it is believed to have had much to do with the fact that a rollcall was not required to decide the contest In favor of the Thompson del Falrley made a powerful argument for his side and said that he did not represent a but that he Intended to do all he could to In duce organized labor to vote for the nominee of the He an nounced that he was for Taft and Is one of the delegatesatlarge Instruct ed to vote for Alexander spoke for the negroes on the delega tion and asserted that it was the Thompson faction which overturned the Illy white movement In the Flora Wilson Makes a June daugh ter of James United Stages secretary of a pupil of Jean had a successful debut at a concert In the Gaveau hall last night tlonal committees headquarters In the Coliseum annex was brought to a close shortly after 11 oclock by William the who loud ly announced that members o of the committee from is of a member of committee were expected to meet He threw tremendous lung power into the last word and within two minutes the meeting was on be hind closed Long Sessions It was decided that all sessions of j the committee shall be be ginning at 10 oclock and continuing without luncheon until adjournment for the which Is expected to be about G In the case of contests Involving the delegatesatlarge thirty minutes for each side will be allowed for the presentation of arguments and fifteen minutes will be allowed each side in district Provision was for the consolida tion of cases from one state where the issues are identical and also for using the same evidence in such con The iule governing the voting by the committee on the contests is as follows After the presentation of the case the contestants and their represent atives shall retire and the committee shall decide the case before calling the next without debate and viva voce vote unless a demand for a rollcall is sustained by at least twenty members The Alabama by agreement of all parties consolidat ed and therefore two hours were given to each It was regarded as the most important of all tho be cause of the fact that twentytwo dele gates were and it is first in the list of states that will be called in the convention when nominations are being The candidate securing the delegation from Alabama Is sure to be the first placed in nomination because the state having no candidate of its own always yields to that state presenting the candidate favored by The ScottDavidson being the first to file Its was given one and onehalf hours to the Thompson faction following with two and the ScottDavidson people closing in half an The principal arguments in the for the ScottDavidson people were made by Judge Asa Stratton of a leader of the antlTaft He used almost all of the time alloted to his side for the although Aldrich and postmaster at spoke The latter charged that the Taft convention had been controlled by federal officehold ers and directed frbm One of the northern members pro voked laughter by remarking audibly that If that were true it In Itself proved the regularity of the Taft del He was called to order for creating AntlTaft Circular In The Taft under the general direction of Ormsby McHarg of Wash were represented by United States attorney for the northern district of Alabama William Some Tom Hood cast epigrams at himself In the face of His wife waa preparing a large mustard plaster to apply to his shrunken cbest My said thats a terrible lot of mustard for a small piece of Sir Walter Raleigh expressed him self In a similar mood after be mount ed the Feeling the edge of the he said to the This Is a sharp bnt It Is a cure for all An Italian probably be guiled by patent medicine advertise left this inscription for bis gravestone was wanted to be took physic and Charles Knight suggested that Good Knight would be sufficient for hta memorial A brother Scot who did not sympa thize with his peccadillos In lUfy when asked to suggest an appropriate epi taph for Scotlands national His aln names Wholeiome Advice For you lads who want to leave dont be in such a hurry to be earning Think of the fu ture prospect rather than the present The man who can do something really whether it be the maklngbf a the building ot a bouse or the writing of a will very seldom be It is the boys In a hurry who ore little mil lionaires on 8 shillings a week at fourteen and biff loafers on nothing at with no trade in their fingers antS no prospect but the life of a day Go go Hurry is a dog that goes off on a wrong scent Patience and foresight are two dogs which bant They are slow at but they are always In at the Scholars Spoiled Rubinstein disapproved of marriage for Just before his death he spoke sadly of his Russian lady pu What have I wasted all my time on them for he asked Every one married Ifs too prbvok Ingl Here they spoiled forever for art What did they studyfor The London Musical World remarks that those who ask why we have no great lady composers may left to think on these A Polite Theres some good things in town this said the girl who was Ing for an Invitation to the responded I aint one of City News They Maude was afraid the girls wouldnt notice her engagement Did they Did they Six of them recognized it at Plain The Dangers of More men have been ruined by afflu ence and its consequent temptations than have ever been wrecked on the rock of To the rich man duty often loses its Imperative and he tampers with its claims and neglects its while all the time he is breeding greed and selfishness In to the defilement of his whole Against all this and much more the man of relative poverty is defend ed and Practical A gentleman was one day relating to a Quaker a tale of deep distress and concluded by I could not but feel Cor replied the thou didst right in that thou didat eel or thy but dldat thou eel In the right place Didst thou Ml In tby pocketr1   

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