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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED 1897 Perfumes Houblgant Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Splehler and other One toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus GET TEMfEARS EACH Looters of Farmers Deposit Bank Must Stay in Prison a Decade SPECIAL BANK CLERKS PENNED Young and Who Stole Get Ten Years June the charges made against them Henry Rei her and John former paying teller and auditor of the Farmers De posit National were arraigned before Judge James Young In the United States district court and sen tenced to ten years each In the West I ern Pennsylvania The men were questlond by Judge I Relber stated he was fortynine years married and had three Young said he was fortyfive years old and I have nothing to say except I am sorry to be said The affair started In a small way and I had first lost all of my own I took the money first to help Young get his money said Re I did not try to make any money for After we lost we tried only to make up the GoCart Sale for one BEGINNING June 6th will sell our remain stock of GoCarts at less than VWe have marked the We these prices to close out stock in one If think of buy ing a this do not missis opportunity The Houseijmisher TwentyOne Perish In June tornado which passed over Southern Nebraska and portions of Northern Kansas was the most destructive and covered the GEORGE PAYNE DEAD Man Who Built Pennsylvania Capltol Passes Juno George Payne of George Payne ft bnlll era of the new state capltol at Harris burg and a defendant In the capito conspiracy Is dead at his home In this age June Payne was the chief of the firm which built Pennsylvanias new capltol nnd JUNE 2 CENTS PER TRMATE NEWS IN BRIEF June Brown sonlaw of a wealthy tobacco jmufactiirer of this com mitted siMde bj drowning In a Akron assi has disci derlylng June Hny of Springfield ered a layei of platinum mi ls farm and he has sent sampled fortyfou today to luelallurgical experts and June The nnntial division encamp Pdnsylvanln Sons of Veterans was officially opened here intinua In session until Sat Jub June Harwlck resi dents arebxclted over the appearance of an aril ther whli al reported as being a pan recently escaped from a circus trin en route from Butler to last June Is an nounced 16re that the Salem postoffice In which Payne was n defendant was a result of The doubling up of the pain ing contract on the capltol rotund which has visited that region In many At least twentyone persons were five wore fatalli Injured and a score of others Judge Kunkel Hears June capl trlal was resumed this the senate nnd house chambers an committee offices connected with th It was charged that thi work was paid for twice under a sub contract with Sanderson after beln specified In the contract for the erec lon and completion of the building ayne was not a defendant In any o he false pretense cases brough against his Charles Wei growing out of the contract for dl j vision of the attic floor Into offices and i Neither were any suits i brought against him or his firm for the erection of the ROOSEVELT KEEPS WORD Reappoints Inland Waterways June out Judge Kunkel hearing arguments on j his declaration to the conference of the law points submitted by the degovernors that should congress fail to fense The arguments conprovide for fne continuance of the in the morning and this afternoon land waterways commission he should Deputy Attorney General Cunningham continue It by executive and con opened the speeches for the The gress having failed to take action on defense will begin Its addresses tomor the President Roosevelt has row and probably take three It j reappolnted the members of that com In doing so he made public the following explanation In view of the desirability of con tinuing the work of the inland water ways commission the president has re quested those designated last with the exception of General Alexan der chief of war who has to con tinue their services on the said com mission and has also requested Sena tor William Representative Joseph Ransdell and Professor Swain of the Institute of Technology to serve as Is hoped to conclude the trial this veek and the argument on the motion lor a retrial of the first case will fol ow before the end of the WellKnown Horseman Hangs June flftrtwo years at one time the wner of racing stables in committed suicide His body was ound hanging In the harness room of a livery He lost his fortune everal years at Jones CONSTIPATION For over nluo years I suffered with chronic con Moat on mid diirlnif time I hod to taka in ijactlon of wurin ivoler once every 21 bourn before could have action on my Happily I Had nnd tmlny I a wolf man urine the yeara before 1 usncl Caicarntii I ufferod untold misery with Internal Thankl oyou J am free fromall tills an use this Iu behalf of Buffering Mondi June B Greatest th Vever done here in Sale of new 9 by 12 Brussels and Rugs on a Tualo Do Good fiVf b clitn or NevSr in The eauulne mblat Btampad Guaranteed to cure or your niniioV Sterling Remedy Chicago or 603 ANNUAL TEN MILLION BOXES A Remarkable At near Eng there Is a unique place of wor In 1810 John a stonema son of a strongly religious turu of laid the first stone of the and seven years later he completed tbe in all that time he hud as sistance from no doing all the work with his own hands until the church was ready for Its Interior fit Wooden uud even brick build ings erected by one or two men are not but this is the only structure In England and probably In the world of which every stone was laid by one The building accom modates quite a large nnd the church derives a considerable revenue from the contributions of sightseers who are drawn to the place through June has been awarded damages In the suit of for the loss of an eye in an iccident while at work In the mine of lie Consolidated Coal com He iued for June Smath fifty years of Evans City and Justice of the was Instantly jlled and Srnathers was serious li injured tit Mars when a trolley car a busgy In which they were June stick of dnamite exploded In the pocket of Atonlo a Mount Pleas at but he escaped practically He fell against an sellng off the which was In anutslde June of tlKTenth district nominated JOIBS of Irontou for Simon Siliprman of Gallla county and Joseph McCee of Jackson county were elected delegates to the national convention at Denier and instructed for Toledo June of Police fCnapp thjew a bomb Into high society circles w en he boldly announced that ie would irrest any person or persons A PREMATURE EXPLOSION DIE Fireworks Let Go at New Castle Causing Consternation and Considerable Damage Declaration of Republican Prin ciples Complete Except Trifling Details STRONGLY INDORSES ROOSEVELT Declares His Policies Are the Policies of the Republican Party Recent Including AldrlchVree land Currency Is of whale1 1 ar walk In life of whom he lad Infor lation that they were gam bling everlif at a private bridge Beaver June Pletro by an Interpre before Justice of the eace Kirtz pf Franklin township and wanted Jo sue Dominic Cartano for June the plat form on which the Republican party will stand during the next campaign has been completed with the excep tion of a few details is the opinion of many who are In the of the Republican The work has bean done by the Wade at torney general of the draftsman of the recent Ohio state platform Senator who will be the chairman of the committee on resolu lions Senator Long of Kansas and a few including the president and Secretary who have been freely The policies of President Roosevel will be Indorsed These policies will be set forth as the em bodlment of the principles of the Re publican whose achievements will be lauded as at all times wise and More attention has been given by the platform makers to the tariff than to any other There will be an unequivocal declaration for revi but the disposition is to leave the work In detail to The action of the two houses of congress in instructing the committees which will deal with the tariff to make espe cial Investigation of afford excuse for this as the results of these Inquiries will be un avallable to the while they will supposedly furnish congress with said that two weeks ago he a basis for This preparatory andCarUno traded wives and he gave In cash to Marlon June happy hat the cay had arrived when he was wed Mary a dl Hpnry Baur began celebrating nd flnalV had but ten cents left to buy a His bride censured i Baur forgot his love and is al leged to iave slapped She had him June liam the negro convict who es caped fron the penitentiary farm last was recaptured In the hills on Jims this after he had step will be Indorsed and this will be a general pronouncement in favor of such changes In the schedules as the advance of time and the progress of the country may have made necessary since the enactment of the Dlngley Indorses Currency Next to the tariff the financial plank has received most careful Congress and the administration will be congratulated upon the passage of the AldrlchVreeland bill as calculat ed to protect the business world against possible panics and at the same time provide for the permanent Improvement of our currency system DrJaylors Great ECZEMA REMEDY will Cure You The Terrible Burning Humiliation of in other and that will make this a sale of universal NOWTH Banished or no pay And other oppor tunities that baffle all medical eklllciiel ived incurabletbese are taVBMMft Tant to try DKJaylors czema Remedy kw tha blood of tbe poison WhleS erne disease It kills tbo surface eaitifving ho akin normal aaft No Doubt About ThU TbouV clency d of testimonials to tbe eU If reatmem cab be seen Bessemer Phar free The Equinox Storm The United States weather bureau has denied that the coming of the equi nox brings with it a The be It that the old fashioned peo ple put In this theory is all Any big storm that to occur within a week or two of the time that the sun Is crossing the say tin weather Is dignified by the name of equinoctial as n mutter of there Is generally some atmospheric disturbance every week or and those that occur about the time of tlio equinox are just taking their turn and are not the result of the crossing of the fought and escaped from a farmer and nroush the recommendations which it a railroad His capture was effected the aid of Jones was weak from June per sons were Injured in a collision be tween two iractlon cars near Failure of the airbrakes on one car to work Is said to have been the cause of the The Injured reported by the company are Edgar Etna Newark Minnie Mount June dead body of Anna the Is anticipated will be made by the committee appointed by the hew Reference will be made to the finan cial disturbance of last and while the seriousness of that crisis will be recognized the be made that the Republican party was found able to meet the situation and the country will be informed that by its prompt action the business world was saved from long drawn out financial depres FIREWORKS PLANT GOES UP Furnishes Exciting Spectacle for 000 New Castle New June tons of powder and enough fireworks to complete a citys celebration blew up here with a series of Ion 1 explosions lusting more than ten ly Injuring two wrecking a fireworks pliuil and two smashing windows for n of three squuies and upiiily nil the churches in city Just us ser mons on wore under The are Jacob owner of the buinpd aboil face and arms Jacoli floiili torn away from arms and condition Fire started from an unknown cause In Coinls fireworks exploded the bulk which in turn set lire to madeup prolonging the explosion and creating a spectacular Contls standing on the edge of a vacant lot twentyfive feet from where the plant was was bad ly wrecked and the dwelling occupied by Louis Camaro was seriously dam When the explosion occurred Contl ran through the flames followed by his wife with a six months old baby In her although not was struck by flying The child received only a slight bruise on the Several minutes after the explosion more than persons were on the Rescuers Seeking to Save Comrades in Mine Lose Their Own Lives SAD TALE OF FUTILE HEROISM Destruction by Fire of Buildings at Mouth of Mine Causes Temporary Suspension of Ventilating Machin List May Be June men are eight others are In a critical con dition from breathing foul air and thirty more are temporarily confined to their homes by gas poisoning suffered In the Gold King mine at Fire destroyed the erfglne of the mine and also the shaft The two buildings were near the doors of the main and to prevent the spread of the flames and smoke to the workings of the mine these doors were closed The men working on the night shift In the mine were Informed of the conditions and In structed to When the flames had been extin guished three men failed to come out of the Efforts to rescue them were first men to entei the mine returned In haste and In formed those In waiting that the was filled with foul Two parties were formed and the men started Into the mine In of five by means of the electric which was still The air gen erated by the motion of the elevator had cleared the atmosphere In the ele vator shaft so that but little discom fort was experienced Soon after a score or more of the rescuers had entered the some of those last In appeared at the foot of the elevator Many left churches in shaft carrying the unconscious forms Rushing from their pews when the first shock was felt and seeing the a1 filled with burning plnwheels and sky a whose nerves were al ready at high thought judg ment day had CABOOSE TAKES FALL Several Trainmen Occupying It Are Badly June Baltimore and Ohio trainmen were In jured in an unusual wreck on the West Virginia and Pjttsburg division be tween Weston and A south bound freight train was rounding a very abrupt curve at high speed when the caboose and one car were thrown off the rails and rolled over and over down the hillside Into The injured are Smith of Wes may die ribs fractured Earl right foot and leg crushed will The four trainmen were In the ca of rescuers who had succumbed to the noxious Later a party reached tbe surface bringing the dead body of Victor Ericlfson and the almost life less bodies of John Ejumaton and Otto the three men whose absence caused the necessity for rescue The others who perished or were in jured were of the rescue and Summons Him to Her Home Shoots Him New June lying in wait for nearlynine Sarah Ko a young Russian trained shot and killed William a in the vestibule of an apart ment Tbe woman surrendered to the declaring that she had shot the physician because he had wronged Auspltz was a married man and conducted a Miss according to Information obtained by the called up Auspitzs offlce by telephone and giving another boose and had no opportunity to name requested that the physician The creek was running half full and Smith was nearly drowned before he was taken out of the wreckage by the other Kills Sisters June Johnnie Davidson shot and killed Roy Ramsour while the latter was as she to kill her Ram sour and Miss Grace the had been keeping company un il when the girl forbade him o come to the Davidson Today ie appeared entering the grasped the girl and dragged her to he front threatening to kill A What do you think of the two can didates asked one elector of another during a recent contest What do I think of them was the when I look at them Im thankful only one of them can get Through Her Bugby gets out of all patience with his He says she cant get a thing through her Thats He told me every thing he said io wuut In one ear and out of tho Hot with eh You should drink n cup of hot wa ter every I but they call It coffee at my boarding London The collection of coins and medals In tbe British museum consists of over nineyearold daughter of Michael a Polish miner at was found in a box oar at the coke She had been choked to death after having been Charles a young colored man who found the is being held on sus June Ed ward Miller of Brownsville Is ask ing for a divorce charging Miller alleges she had often washed her husbands face and hands and on one occasion his When called upon to balho his trllbys the second time she balked anjljtince then she says he has lavished his affec tions on another June Jasse Stockdille of Wlckboro awaiting early in the morning found his house was on fire and escape cut off by the stairs from himself and Hastily mak ing a rope out of a he tied it around his wife and lowered her from a He then dropped the child into the mothers arms and jumped All escaped June son of a Forest lost a diamond which he valued at Edward Donovan bought a bushel of potatoes at the Mlok store and while paring some for dinner she found a sparkling gem in the She read an adver tisement In newspaper that Mick had lost such a and then she took it to H proved to tfee lost slon and Industrial The Her seizing a ordered country will be accordingly congratu lated upon the fact that when this emergency arose the Republican party was in power and in position to come to the The Railroad Rate The administration will be compli mented upon the passage of the rail road rate law and this legislation will be presented as an example of what the party will do for the country at large in case it is given such a lease of power as to afford It sufficient time for the changes which are believed to be The president will also be given much credit for recent legis lation looking to the preservation of the the conservation of the public domain In the Interest of the en tire country and the reclamation of the arid lands of the The convention will place Itself on record as favorable to such an amend ment of the Sherman antitrust law as will enable the railroads to enter into reasonable traffic agreements without taking the risk of prosecution In the criminal Cognizance will be taken of the demands of labor to the extent of recommending such legislation as will Insure labor organi sations against snap judgment by the courts in the Issuance of Injunctions without due notice or necessary hear A recommendation for the re moral of the triple penalty in conspir acy when such prosecu tions are directed against labor organ Is DeWltts Little Early the famous little liver are sold by Harry Ramsour to but he renewed the Mtes Davidson then shot him her at her home on West 135th Miss Konet was formerly em ployed by as a The young woman waited on the stoop un til Auspltz drove up in his car The not recognizing ta former walked past her and en tered the Miss Konet fol lowed the glass Patrick a states that the woman a revolver at the physicians head and The bullet passed through the neck and Aua pltz Balloonist Killed In June Ed ward twentyseven years attempted an ascension at Mildred As the balloon arose the parachuta swung Jones against a sharp limb of a dead crushing Ills skull Bnd killing him Poor Fond be quite doc the poor girl has been eating her heart Brusque OL1 When will youug people learn to eat prudently He leaves four kinds of Let every one look to himself and none will be indoors at Master and be a good You wont go to heaven If yoare so Master dont want to go to I want to go with London Editor to Miss ago about work shows but do you good literary work is seldom done by woman until the Is thirty or thirtyfive Several years hence you will be able to write acceptable Miss Oldglrl as was tbe most de lightful man I ever MEPHISTOS A Jewel That Bean a Deadly Reputa tion In It seems strange to read in these days of a ring which is believed to have an evil Influence over its owner and which Is known as Mephlstos Yet such a ring exists and until re cent years wns in possession of the Spanish royal The ring Is set with a very largo in the cenr ter of which is inserted a It is first heard of in the sixteenth sluce when the kings who owned it have suffered disasters unlim while tbe whole country has grad ually sunk from its former eminent po When the late mspanoAmerlcau war broke out the ring was presented to n The sacred building short ly after was destroyed by The next resting place of the ring was a which was twice struck by lightning while holding tbe ill omened The fatal ring has it is been a strong bos and se curely It remains to be seen whether this will finally put an end to its mystic1 Work never Mid the industrious answered Plodding but Its most as badto be scared as Among lifes ups and downs tbe most annoying are keeping expense ddwn appearances   

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