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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houblgant Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Gullet Splehler and other flne 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 E Turner The House Furnisher Junu THE PLEAS ARE MADE Second of The Capitol Graft Trials is Almost in Jurys Hands LAWYERS ARGUE TODAY Capitol Conspiracy Case Reaches the Oratory June capl tol metallic furniture contract conspir acy which has been occupying the Dauphin county court since May has entered upon Its final stage and the expectation Is to close it on Deputy Attorney General Cun ningham was still speaking when court adjourned and resumed this Eight hours were allowed each side In which to make the closing speeches to the the defense offering Hensel and George Graham as Its while James Scarlet arid Attorney General Hampton Todd were announced as the speakers for the The law points were then submit There were twelve points for Ar chitect six for Contractor Burd Cassell and two each for the for mer state Mathues and In the main they asked that binding Instructions be given on the ground that no case has been made out that the standard of measurements was made up honest and that there was no fraud proved In the In his opening Cunningham re viewed the transaction lending to the going back to the award of the contract In His discussion evoked some objections from Graham and who demanded that he refer to Harris and formerly state In speaking of the as they were predecessore of the former officials at the Cunningham conducted a demonstration of the plans and sched ule for the He then de scribed the process through which each Invoice went to be passed upon and Unking the defendants with the various stages and where the state claims duplication In Attempt to Wreck Train a June attempt was made last night to wreck the Chesapeake and Ohio passenger train from At four miles west of the bolts were removed from the switch stand and the stand partly torn Fireman Jacob Smith had his head out of the cab window and his skull was frac He Is in a critical SanCura Ointment Cures Bad Case of Blood Poison B B 25c white 15c Several thousand yards choice desirable White as purely white as new fallen Bot this big lot under price quick sharp turn at close Woven figure Swisses that look like Imported Gall goods Embroidered Persian dered India Bard India Linons and plain 40 inch Batiste Lawns all parallel value and all at the one convincing and conclu sive 15c a No matter what you want Goods use where it has to be here and gee and get of this grand 30GGS NORTH Thomas McCauley of Coopers says he owes possession of his arm to the wonderful cure of Blood Poison made by SanCura He tells his experience Jn these words Two years ago last August I cut my finger with a broken My arm swelled badly to my body and blood poison set My friends said there was no hope for me unless my arm was taken I used Thompsons SanCura Ointment as a It stopped the pain and drew out blood and dark reducing all Thanks to I have a sound hand and SanCura is a powerful draws all germs and Impurities from ihe wound before the healing process This Is then and Sores and Bruises of all kinds are healed without SanCura pos itively cures Salt Bleeding All 25c and or sent Thompson Medical Sold by For a Sprained As usually a sprained ankle will disable the injured person for a month or but by apply ing Chamberlains Liniment and ob serving the directions with each bot tle a cure may be effected In many cases In less than one weeks This liniment Is a most remarkable Try It for a sprain or or when laid up with chronic or muscular rheuma and oyu are certain to be lighted with the prompt relief It af For sale by Greenville and Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup Is the one that children like BO well to take as It tastes nearly as good as maple It acts gently yet free ly on the bowels and thereby tt drives the cold out of the It is sold by Harry TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF June John Burkhart went In an automo He to Falrport and ten minutes after his ar rival was June Red Men of the state are here In large numbers In attendance at the annual great which opened last night to continue four Juno In the case of Nelson confessed briber In the ClevelandTrinidad Pav was placed at in Judge Rathmella New June of work and Bolen age committed suicide at Ma honlngtown by shooting himself In the He was idle five June Stuart today made a requisition on Governor Hughes of New York for the return to this state of George Govogo who committed murder In York June Hicks In a fit of jealousy attacked his wife with a Inflicting more than thirty At the hospital no hope Is entertained for her Hicks is In June sheriff of Brown county has appealed to the governor for more troops to be sent to the tobacco The governor or dered out a company from the First regiment In New June dozen Westminster students will work In camp schools for foreigners in West ern Pennsylvania this summer teach ing foreigners English and coaching them In American June eleventh biennial convention of the Interna tional Brotherhood of Bookbinders Is in session here International President Robert Glockling of New York Is In Delegates are pres ent from all quarters of the June food and water for fortyeight John who esesajed from the Altoona hospital with a broken leg on a stolen crutch to avoid was found In a critical condition in a He was returned to the hospital and may June an all but succeeded in cremating himself In a padded cell at the police He had set fire to the cell and It was blazing when the alarm was given by other who is was taken out badly June Nearly all the mines in the Hocking valley are working to their full there having been a general resumption to The new repair shops of tfie Hocking valley at Logan were put In operation giving employment to several hundred June weeks ago a bantam rooster belonging to Adam Belttel began behaving like a cluck and he was finally given a setting of Today a dozen of chicks were hatched out and the roos ter is as proud of his flock as any hen could be and just as June claims ag gregating due the National Car Wheel company of New York the Wheeling and Lake Brie railroad was thrown Into the hands ol a receiver by United States District Judge The petition alleges the total Indebt edness of the Wheeling to be upward of June age attacked Sarah age on the street In cutting her throat and back with a He then ran to a nearby where he cut his own The womans Injuries are not of a se rious Denny Is badly but It Is thought he will Jeal ousy was the June a race flght between American and Italian miners at Empire mine south of Brown Miller shot and killed Qaloggeio Miller claims Dlvandro attacked him with a A strike has been on the Em pire mine and the miners agreed to re turn to work pending a The Italians did not understand the agreement and tried to prevent the Americans from entering the June and a funeral In Ihe sume family with in an hour was the orden of things al Marys church here this Joseph Rader and Miss Klrst were married at oclock and the bridal party made way at the church for the funeral of Ellen mother of the The marriage was set for today previous to the death and oa her deathbed Ra der forbade Us Tafi Engineers Shut Down When Disturbing Symp toms Are Disclosed ENGINEER HITCHCOCK ALARMED Heretofore Complaisant Members of National Committee Exhibit Dlsposl tlon to Allow Somethlnfl to Tafts June few handfuls of sand have been thrown Into the cylin ders of the Taft political So far everything that has come up has been handled quickly and decisively by the Tatt but today from their own membership has come a proposi tion to divide the Louisiana delegation with the seating both Taft and antlTaft delegations with half a vote The proposition In Itself STUN6 tflID PIKE Blacksnake Duel Interrupted By Colony of Bees Which Sting to Kill for a compromise In Louisiana than ap peara on the Similar contests are pending from Mis North South Texas and Vir The plea for a compromise In Louisiana U based on the argument that the negro question Is Involved and that Home recognition that woull appease the negro voter of the south should be given the Foraker delega In all of the contests mentioned the Issues are Involved with the race BEE STINGS KILL SNAKE Honey Gatherers Resent Upsetting of Hive and Kill Port June curious things have hopponod In Pike But It Is doubtful If any one over heard of a snake beng stung to death by Michael Ueugan of Tafton had missed isevcrul chickens of late and was pulled to know he resulted In flni ing the On ground nenv lh Manager Hitchcock takes f henyard was found a dnad chicken and the that all of the FRANK did not come as a Surprise but tha number of members of the national committee who favored the movement created some consternation In theTaft The friends of the secretary war on the about an adjournment rather than permit a vote to be Before the Louisiana which Involves four delegatesatlarge and fourteen district is brought to a vote today noses will be sharply Members of the committee who have been ardent Taft but who have shown a disposition to yield to the appeals from the allied forces to compromise In the interest of will be subjected to pres sure from To allow time for this was the purpose of the sudden Will No Manager Frank Hitchcock of the Taft campaign announces that there will be no He Is deter mined to flght for the seating of the delegations instructed for Secretary Taft and declares that he will insist that the committee pass on all con To settle them In any other he will be unfair to the delegations He expresses the opinion that the committee will not shirk the responsibility of sitting In judgment upon the merits of the contest and in this view he is support ed by nearly ever commltteeman from the west and south and many from the Thus far contests have been settled from the states of Georgia and and there has been no division of the com mittee In disposing of any of The reason for this has been the rule which denies a rollcall on any ques tionunless It Is demanded by twenty and the antlTaft people have not that number on the commit The suggestion for a division of contesting delegations has become more frequent from day to The political maneuvering by such mem bers of the old guard as Senators Scott and Penrose and Commit teemen Hart of Iowa of Kansas has not been without The growth of the compromise sugges tion was noticed by the Taft but they were not disturbed by it until they learned to their surprise that the plan for a division in Louisiana was favored by Senator Lodge of Massa chusetts and General Powell Clayton of Decide to Hasty conferences were held by the Taft members of the committee during the hearing of the Louisiana contest and the decision was reached that tl would be wise to adjourn until they ascertained exactly where they This course was Hitch rock called up Secretary Taft In Wash Charles brother ol the did some telephoning and telegraphing on his own Duncan of North Carolina and Lyon ol Texas and some others also grew What the effect of the many messages will be cannot be accurately until after the Manager Hitchcock feels that there Is more at Jn the movement Taft delegations are there be ing several negroes on the delegation from each southern More than 160 delegates are Involved in the set tlement of these contests from south ern states yet to be TheTaft that If they make conces slonshow they may expect further de They are determined to pre vent the Insertion of any opening If such a thing Is Taft Gains Sixteen Sixteenmore votes have been gained for Taft by the settlement of Two of these came from six from Georgia and eight from These were all the contests heard by the The settlement of the Kentucky cases en gendered more Illfeeling than has been manifested since the committee began its Senatorelect Brad ley of Kentucky appeared as counsel for the Fairbanks The first district was quickly as Bradley had no personal knowledge of the conditions Involved other than the views presented in the brief on the The Taft delegates were The Fifth district was then taken This Is the Louisville the home of He spoke at the time of each side having been extended to twentyfive During his speech he made the sugges tion that if Taft is nominated It would be doubtful whether he could carry the state of whereupon Clayton attorney for the Taft delegation charged that Bradley had stumped the state for Fairbanks making Just that sort of Bradley denied the and Blakey replied that he had seen letters written by Bradley making such claims and that he had person ally received one of the Bradley was defeated in his case and declined to continue with the two re maining Kentucky He said that he would carry them to the cre dentials committee of the The committee promptly seated the Taft Senator Bradley Feels The effort to secure a division of the committee occurred In the hearing of the contest from the Fifth Kentucky John who holds the proxy of John the commltteeman from de manded a division on the question of whether the Taftor the Fairbanks del egatlon should be Chnrles Scott of Alabama responded by rising and the two appealed In vain for twenty members to rise count They stood for a moment and then sat When Bradley came out of the committee room he accosted Hitchcock with the following Im tired of this brace game you are run I wont bolt the ticket but I cant speak fop He expressed himself with great bitter Hitchcock smiled as he re plied Im but I dont see how iwe could be Representative William McKln manager of the presidential boom of Joseph arrived to take charge of the Cannon He Is sued a brief statement in which he said The action of the Taft people on the national committee simply demon strates the weakness of their state ments that they had enough votes to nominate Taft without the southern delegates or those Involved In the con Our figures given out the other day are correct and as the situation now stands we have every reason to believe that no candidate will have enough to nominate him on the first In mortal combat were two It was tlii ni of the snakes had caplured the ea when the other pitched upon The battlu waged the snakes whipping the earth and wind ing and unwinding about each A beehive was upset In their strug gles and the maddened Insects got in their The bees settled in clouds on the bodies of the snakes and stung them One snake made Its escape In a stone but the other had evidently become blinded by stings and was unable to reach a place of When It ceased to move Deegan examined Its body and found it swollen to enormous International Road Race June than a hun dred representing most of the European started at 6 oclock this morning on the first stagn of the Prince Henry touring race over a total distance of POLITICS Congressman Belles Financial Troubles Are Aired in the United States Court CREDITORS IN TWO FACTIONS One Faction Wishes Affairs of Leech burg Banking Company Placed In Hands of Bankruptcy Fiction Opposes June attempt to take away the Leechburg Banking company bankruptcy case from Ref eree In Bankruptcy James Daugh erty of Ktttannlng and have It referred to Blair In the United States district court failed after an ex citing argument before Judge Intimation that the case was getting Into politics were made one side and on the other Inferences that an at was being made to use the bank ruptcy laws for the bankrupts rather than the creditors was Attorneys Well of Plttsburg and Leason of Klttannlng represented creditors to the amount of who wish the proceedings carried on before Referee On the other side were Attorneys Dunkle of this Roberts of Leechburg and Jones of represent with other claims to the amount of about Attorney Well stated that an agree ment had been made to have the case referred to Blair andmentioned pothouse Intimating also that an attempt was being made to In jure Congressman Joseph one of the partners In the bankrupt In a political Attorney Jones took exception to what he sup Price of Mtat Moves posed was a reflection upon Referee June Is announced to Attorney Roberts stated day by the Chicago packers that be ffiany depositors needed money cause of a shortage of cattle and of badly and addjti0n to the difficulty canned meats the price of beef and of thelr comlng to putshurg to prove canned meats will ba ECCENTRIC That Bring Joy to the Heart of The fascination of stamp collect said a postal lies In the rare finds which are continually made and the curious points which some times make a stamp of the face value of a few pence worth hundreds of For the twopence blue Mauritius stamp which the Prince of Wales bought at a public auction for was unique In one proper wording on Post Paid Mauri had by a strange error been al tered to Post Office Another stamp which has been priced at several hundred pounds is valuable for the mere misspelling of a single It Is a British Guiana Is Referee Blair Is so busy that the case cannot be settled before him Judge Young decided In favor of the attorneys opposing the stating that In the ordinary course of events a bankruptcy should be referred to the the same He also spoke decidedly upon political telling the attorneys Itlcs Is not to be the chief question being to have the creditors paid In the best way The Leechburg Banking company was placed in the hands ot a receiver In the Armstrong county courts last A bankruptcy petition then filed against the company and Joseph Edward Hill and Daniel partners In the com pany An answer was filed denying Insolvency which was with drawn about one month An amended petition added the names of sue worth1 Just 1 but It Is sought Mary HIH and Charles also after by all collectors because the word Putlmuoque figures on It Instead of a one penny Cape of Good Hope stamp changed hands the other day for nearly simply because In stead of being as are all the others of this Its color was Some years ago In Western Australia a few stamps were printed with the fig ure of a swan upside down upon When the mistake was detected the Is sue was hastily Several specimens had uud one of them has been sold for partners In the The last two partners have not yet been adjudged The liabilities are said to be about and the assets about THE SORROWFUL June party name of Local Option partr was today preempted for the Second Montgomery legislative district by William William Ben Gordon Smytue and June Connor and Duck Griffiths jumped from the Twentysecond street bridge Into the Monongahela a distance ol seventy as a result of mutual Both made the dive sue cassfully and swain to De Witts Witch Hazel It is especially good for Be sure to get Sold by Harry Open Night and With the Dawn of There Is a tree In Persia to which the name the sorrowful tree is perhaps because It blossoms only In the When the first star ap pears In the heavens the first bud of the sorrowful tree and as the shades of night the stars thickly stud the sky the buds continue gradually opening until the whole tree looks like one Immense white On the approach of when the brilliancy of the stars gradually fades In the light of the sorrowful tree closes Its and ere the sun Is fully risen not a single blossom Is vis A sheet of flower dust as white as snow covers the ground around the foot of the which seems blighted and withered during the It Is actively preparing for the next nocturnal The fra grance of the blossoms is like tbatjof the evening If the tree Is cut down close to the roots a new plant shoots up and at tains maturity In an Incredibly short In the vicinity of this singular tree there usually grows another which is almost an exact counterpart of the sor rowful but less strange to It blooms only in the Thanks For Hli Sllppsy Is a DeekleSp they Weelfle By George 1 I always wondered why fee said Thank you so pleasantly time I made a mlan FOUGHT UNDER List of the Spanish Fleet at the Bat ef Manila What was It that battle of Ma nila do you ask The thunders of heaven would have been lost In Its U was fierce and like the rolling of all the drums In the world or like bolts of heavy sail cloth torn Into shreds by the What a picture It would the last of the Spanish the Don Antonio de She fought sinking a foot a minute Gun after gun went and when the last onset was made only her bow gun re Its waist deep In fought as though victory was crown Ing It was theirs to fire the last gun upon that eventful and we cheered them as they Those are the things men will write but memory alone can paint a picture so terrible that the that old night watch of the old behind friendly vapors that she might not see the embers of war aa they glared through the portholes and spon sons of lialf sunken while evar and anon exploding magazines would tear the and flames of yellow and red flaunt above all that was left of Spains Surely Wellington was a Solomon when he Nothing except a bat tle lost can be half so melancholy as a battle Hie Fair Are you able to support my daugh ter asked the old You know she has pretty expensive and I dont mind saying that the bur den bos been pretty hard for me at Thats Just the exclaimed the prospective benedict If I marry her we can divide the state armory board today decided toerect aa armory at New NP a tlon was taken ou the erection of armory at owing to the not being yet vested In the   

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