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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD BiSTABLISHED 1897 JUNE 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houblgont Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus GoCart Sale for one BEGINNING June 6th will sell buiremain 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 GORED TO DEATH Awful Death of Meadvitte Young Man Yesterday June city council has passed an ordinance al lowing the Mahonlng Gas Fuel com pany to charge 30 cents a thousand for natural gas instead of 27 cents for the next live June victim of practical Morris age Is dead It Is alleged that fellowworkmen Inflated his body with compressed causing perito One suspect Is in June of Po lice Dan Oschro of Everett went to Bellwood on a social mission and met Chief of Police Henry They got Into an High Constable Boyles locked them both June Rains burgwas beaten to death In an alley and Leonard Black of Fornker hns been ar rested charged with the The had been lifelong but the po lice bay they fought over a June Burk age business drowned In the and reservoir at Fair was sitting on a concrete wall fishing when he lost his balance and fell The body was June fea ture of the Sons of Veterans encamp ment was a sham which was witnessed by Before the battle ended a terrific electrical storm caused a The con vention met June Cor oner Bothwell of Stark county filed charges of fourteen cases of cruelty against attendants in the Massillon state insane In four he death The cases all happened within the succeeded In driving the buUj June George away Hamilton and Nell bent a Canton veteran of the Civil over the dying boy and tried hard to now an inmate of the Massillon over tue ciymg uoauu i hospital for the soon may come restore him to but the possesslon ot a Bmall fortune from Uncle It is declared that Hinkle is entitled to back Mount June liam Smith Sons hardware ware tobacco ware stables YOUNG MAN Clyde Hamilton Gored to Death and Mangled to Pasture for June aged 19 a son of William who lives three miles north of tho was gored to death by a bull in the pasture near the residence about 5 oclock Monday The young man arose shortly before 6 oclock and went for the a work to which he had been accustomed A large Durham bull was kept in the pasture with the He had been cross but was not considered specially As a general thing he was driven to the barn with the Hamilton and another Neil Hamltlon went to the barn about the time the cows were ex pected to They found them but the bull was They heard the farm dog barking down the pas The nonappearance of the hoy alarmed Clyde was One side was paralyzed some years ago and when he it was with great one foot being draged along after The father and brother ran with all haste toward the Neal ran faster than his father and found tha bull stand ing above the prostrate form of the crippled The faithful dog was biting and trying to drive the infuriated animal His at tacks were Encouraged by the appearance of assistance the dog re newed its efforts and although badly I last spark of life flickered out as they raised his head and spoke to Contending Delegations From Louisiana Both Seated and Votes Split LILY WHITE LEADER PROTESTS Recognition of Negro Contestants Pleases Them and They Decide to Vote for Taft Lawyer McHarg Makes Bad Break In His June Republican national five more days before the In which to do preliminary began its ses sion this morning with threefifths of the contests yet to Ijje sixty one in jvr During the preceding session the committee daclded fclxteen contests affecting thirtysix Of these twentyseven are Tiift men and the remaining all qfjwhom are black and tans from have tenta tively agreed that cast their votes for Taft nc binding TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF June old Katherlne Hoy was attacked by 8 vicious cow and fatally June severe hailstorm swept over the lower end ol the Cumberland Much dam age was done to fruit and June relievt many Idle inmates in tho penitentiary who have been petitioning for work the stone pile was June John age was caught underneath the cage in the Cri terion mines o the Westmoreland Coal company and crushed to June board of public grounds and Buildings did not act on a location for the Quay The matter came up in the form of a letter to the board from the haugh and Ernest Ruder in the rear of the Ruder inn here were destroyed by A valuable driving horse of Wil liam Ruder was The occu pants of the hotel fled in their night June national convention of the Maccabees settled down to work today in Among the thousands of Maccabees in attend ance the theme of discussion is the probable outcome of the contest for commander of the The fight Is between Major who has held the office ever since the order was and George j member of the executive LONG WALKFORARMY Officers Who Dont Tako Riding Test Must Tramp Fifty E Turner TIlB HOUSB FllffliStlBr derclothlng of the men was covered secretary of the Colonel President Roosevelt has decided that Samuel but it was laid June foreign ers were arrested here on the charge of being suspicious un June B B choice cottons Another importation Irish and printed in taken out of and New reassortments Anderson Madras Ging standard of ex cellence in quality and color and Special lot 25 cent 32inch woven Clan Tartan Plaid This is a really wonderful for Waists and especially for chil drens with The prisoners are sus pected of the murder of a tenyearold girl at Mount last Sun June Two aours after receiving a message from Roy Hyatt that he had decided to quit the circus with which he had run his parents received a message trom the coroner at that the boy had been killed In fall Ing under a June for eign banking institution of Peter Rut sek has been The branches at Brownsville and Connellsvllle are also The banker failed to return after an absence of ten The de positors in the three banks have funds amounting to about June Judge Archbald in United States court John Harris of Carlisle entered a plea guilty to making false entries Lot of 25 cent woven figure Madras with neat figure and stripe Black and Colored printings Shirt and Dress BOGGS NORTH PA certain army officers mny be excused from the thirtymilesaduyforthree days annual riding test which he order ROYALTY IS is So Declares Cunningham in Ad Great Pomp and Circumstance for imslag Jury in Capitol Edwards Royal PUgramage JOHN HAYS Mentioned for Second The contests decided comprised the and seven districts in Louisi six districts in Mississippi and one in The Louisiana con which was the most Important Senator Heyburn of Idaho was on his feet the instant Mc Harg had concluded his The senator was livid with wrath and pro tested vehemently against the lan guage used by the declaring that it was nothing less than a threat Intended to compel HIP committee to act as The Taft men on the committee attempted to smooth it but Senator Scott of West Vlr glnla refused to be reconciled and do Glared that he believed McHarg had spoken exactly as he thought and that he was attempting to browbeat the Later Hcllarg In addressing tho committee on Miss Isslppl contests a graceful saying that he had spoken merely as counsel and not for the sec rotary of Taft Has Thirty The division on the Louisiana com promise was the first test ot strength that has been made slnco the commit tee This was not decisive be cause a number of antiTaft men vot ed for the a vote was taken the conclusion of a of the contest from the Fourth Mississippi Commit teenmn Scott of Alabama called for n division and thirty members of the committee rose to their feet in favor of seating the Taft On the call for negative votes nobody and the Taft managers were thereby assured that they had at least thirty votes on the Puts Colored Man In When Chairman New was compelled by business affairs to leave the com mittee he called upon Judson Lyons of the only colored man on the to preside over the Lyons presided during the hearing of the greater num ber of the Mississippi contests and ac quitted himself in a most creditable v After the decision was handed down In the last Mississippi contest the committee issued a bulletin showing that up to that time five contests In volving delegatesatlarge and thirty five district contests had been There remain to be heard six contests fiftythree district including the contest from Pennsylvania which affects but one The contests from Alaska and Arizona are also yet to be of the resulted in a split delegaj making a total of sixtyone the committee deciding on a divij cases to come before the sion of 20 to 30 to seat both the lily or Taft and the black and with half a vote for This agreement was not reached un opening of headquarters for John Hays Hammond of Massachusetts brought the vice presidential situation to the He was the first to show his candidacy in a definite form but llld OOlljaiiU ii til after repeated trials and muchanxi coincident with his activity came the ions telegraphing and telephoning bej movement in Cur tween Chicago and The decision finally reached by the com mittee was carried out with the full consent and approval of both Secre tary Taftand President It provided that the Republican party in Louisiana shall be reorganized under the direction of a committee of three tls Guild of who wil be strongly urged when the full force of the delegation from his state ar rives late in the New York Aspirants The New York tentative and are The are George secretary o composed of the the secre the and Representatives tary and one member of the Incoming James Sherman and Sloat Fas national The committee adopted a resolution instructing the next national committee to name as KING VISITS EMPEROR Edward Received at Reval With Bar baric June Edward King of and Emperor Nicholas exchanged roynl visits on Hie waters of the Day ol Kuval In ihoGult of It was a mealing und one which may havu a tuirearli lug effect In world During tlio day Hie king and em peror were the guests of ln dowager empress at luncheon on liird the Rus sian yacht r No were made ul ths state banquet In Hie evening on lourd the Russian yacht Standart toasts wuie given which were responded Both the king and the emperor spoke In English and they emphasized the good relations which have succeed ed the coolness between the two coun tries In the past years and the peace ful nature of the new All the warships were brilliantly Il luminated and the yachts Polar Star and Alexandra displayed special elec trical Early In the evening boatloads of Eslhonlan and Russian residents steamed out Into the roadstead and serenaded the royal Hors with national folksongs and vil lage The royal parties re mained on deck until after midnight listening to the Many readers may not be aware of the fact that the full moon gives sev eral times more than twice the of the half They may be still more surprised to learn that the ratio In approximately as nine to Pro Conspiracy Case FRAUD INTENDED Says Deputy Attorney In Approval and Payment of Bills Fraudulent on Their Hensel Argues for the June de fense and prosecution addressed the Jury In the capttol conspiracy trial and a vigorous attack upon the arguments of the commonwealth was Inaugurated by the attbr ney for Congressman Burd the said that If there was no doubt as to the adoption of the agreement upon tab square foot of workable depth the He elucidated this contention when he re sumed his argument this There were continual clashes be tween the the defense aim Ing to confine the commonwealth to the smallest possible compass even In the closing argument to the Some of these differences were pro nounced and BO Interrupted the argu ment that Judge Kunkel Intervened and straightened out the Deputy Attorney General Cunning ham concluded his address for tha His speech was re markable for Us grasp of the Intrica cies of the as much so as the twoday speech he made In the first capltol trlai In He wove to gether the many strands and directly charged that every man mentioned In the indictment was guilty of conspir The Contractor was charged with making false billsand the architect fessor Joel StebMns and wlth approvlng while the con duct of the others was such that guilt could be inferred from the fact that they passed and paid bills which fraudulent upon their face and taking advantage of the extreme sensi tiveness to light of a selenium measured the amount of light coming from the moon at different phases with the result above The rea1 whfch they coula have verifled had son for the remarkable difference h referred to the contrabt on file in shown Is to be found In the varying tnecaplto angles of reflection presented by the The expertB for the defense were roughened surface of our satellite fl Cunningham claimed the The moon is brighter between S Tne this Is evident In the tnore flectlve character that part of the moon which lies west of Its An American Scholars It should be humiliating for English men to reflect that It was left to an Francis James to compile the five thick volumes of Eng i that even had the right to charge by a cubic foot been allowed by law the MMV rpl defense could not make jfl there was no distinction made between heavy and light the fail ure to do which cost bun dreds of dollars in the invoice in ques I Hensel contended that Lewis i was invested with authority to make agreements to bind the state and that lish and Scottish Popular Ballads agreement uum which are familiar and Invaluable to his which had reproach Is forgotten in of his Child himself unfortunately did not live to finish his he was more than a scholar and WJ1JCU UlU iULUUiUL UUU luvdluuulu w all students of this subject But self tacked or mnst be He said that the architect was forced to devise a method of measurement so that thebilln could be handled and the result was a mutually agreed an He was the founder of a which was favorable to school and ho bad the gift of being able to transmit to others both his learning and his Satur day The east also has brought for ward another possibility In the person of Franklin former governor n The new order has been pre pared and Officers who elect to will have to keep stumping right as they will be required to make the full fifty miles la twenty hours of ac tual going dining the three This Is at the rate of two and a half miles an which is fairly good going for the average road This test is provide especially for officers of the coast but staff ofllcers of field rank may walk if they prefer it to this member Pearl the present j of New Jersey and national committee man of that From the west Dolliver of United States senator from that the Taft and antiTaft elements on was most prominently Sen national committeeman from Lily Whites Displeased The agreement as reached between Plaster Plaster portraits are the fashionable form of counterfeit presentment In They are done in the form of miniature busts or basreliefs at the low price of half a guinea They are modeled by clever artists from the sitter In fortyfive In these tiny pieces of are only about sis Inches hlghthe de tails of costume are modeled with charming Many society peo in the books of a bank in which he le haye started collections of these was He was sentenced to of their pay a fine of and imprisonment for three years in the penitentiary at June a convention representing the miners of the United Mineworkers of the Fifth Ohio held the scale agreed upon at the Cleve land conference of miners and opera tors was The district includes several Eastern Ohio counties and the four Panhandle counties of West 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 the bowels and thereby It drives the cold out ot the system It is sold by Harry West Tsbles WHh Legs That Sarocrt Leaves have begun to grow on the legs of willow dining tables which John Foy und other West Springfield residents bought The which were nicely were guaranteed natural tut the owners were entirely unprepared for and are not especially overjoyed at the surprising manifestation of naturrt Monster The largest wagon in the world has been shipped to for a mining It is over twentysit feet long and seven feet high from the The wheels are ten feet in dlam and are fitted with Iron tires onehalf feet In the committee and as later carried Into effect by that body was highly displeasing to the Illy head ed by exGovernor The governor declared with great empha sis that he would not accept the com but would carry the fight be fore the credentials committee and if defeated there he would go Other members of the Illy white fac tion were not so emphatic in their statements and the Taft managers are hopeful that they can bring them to see the wisdom of the action before the national convention Is called to The black and tans accepted the compromise with entire It was originally supposed that their if had been seated as dele would be cast for Senator For but after the committee had set tled the contest they announced that they were unlnstnictod and entered Into a tentative arrangement by vir tue of which their votes will he cast for Secretary of War They claimed that they were fighting espe cially for recognition of their organ zatlon and that with them all other questions were comparatively McHarg Creates Something ot a sensation was creat ed during the hearing of the Louisiana contest by Ormsby McHarg of Wash general counsel for all of the contesting Taft Mc Harg bad not been informed by the political managers of the impending settlement and during his argument before the committee declared that there would be no stat ing that he had visited the south at the request of the next president of theUnited his words plainly referring to secretary of ator Burrows of who Is to be temporary chairman of the con and Lieutenant Governor bherman of Illinois also found sup Much of the discussion as to the availability of these men centered upon their campaigning On this point the friends of Governor Senator Senator Bur rows and Lieutenant Governor Sher man were especially the ad vocates of all four claiming that their man is particularly well fitted to take up the burden that will be imposed upon the vice presidential candidate between the time of his nomination and the opening of the polls in No There was some talk that the plac ing of Cortelyou on the ticket would be open to criticism in that two members of the present cabinet would be running for the chief offices of the provided that Secretary Taft Is nominated for the Hull But Thirteen Votes Das June the official canvass of the primary vote for the Republican congressional nom ination In the Seventh district in prog ress here today Hull has a lead of thirteen votes over B The canvass in Polk county is not yet Wright Seeks Experiment June the American has returned here from seeking territory near Paris for his aeroplane DeWitts It la especially good for sure to get Sold by Harry West DEVICE TO FREE SEA OF Inventor Hopes to Dispel Mists For Three Miles on All Senator George Perkins of Cali fornia has brought to tho attention of the navy department at Washington n new fog dispelling device Invented by one of his He requests that the department arrange to give the device a thorough test on Goat San Francisco If the hopes of the inventor ore real the device will dispel fog at a radius of three miles in all directions jy means of a carbide Tha details of the Invention are kept se but it is divulged that the only wise connected with the device is a muffled blast at The with some may also jrove adaptable aboard as the ex iloslons are so mullled as to be scarce ly Tho carbide generator by means of a chemical process forms gases which explode upon coming in contact with the These it Is continue with decreasing force for a considerable distance from the appara How this condition is brought about is not explained by the his desire being to keep all details se cret until the government has taken over his Members of the lighthouse board said that tho invention might prove of great Importance to shipping Interests throughout tho world Special will be assigned to watch the tests at Goat Island in case Secretary permit tfee erection of tte Green Woodens Green Wooden vouches for tho following story Wulla picking strawberries In Oharlw strawberry patch the other day he took advantage of tho owners absence and surreptitiously purloined a large He opened wide bis mouth and got the berry about half way into his mouth when It lodged and he could neither force the berry out nor get It on the Ho therefore called for and a work man gouged the berry out with big Its he was honest of the allegations of the commonwealth and the socalled suspicious circumstances which were magnified by the Hensel was followed today by George who will occupy the rest of the day in concluding the speechesfor the Another Arrest In Bank June Al former discount clerk of the Al National banlc of was arrested at his home in Thorn on the charge of aiding Cashier William Montgomery in the abstraction of of the funds of the Montgom erys alleged defalcation in the sum of nearly caused the closing o the doors of the bank and the former cashier is now in Old Indian Fighter June Smith age Indian fighter and one of the first riders of the famous pony express between Joseph and the Pacific coast in neer is dead at his home In Senator Klttredge Sioux from the Republican primary though far from indicate the nomination of Governor Coe Craw ford for United States senator over the by perhaps The nomina tion of State Senator Vassey of the Crawford candidate for is equally while Indications point to the success o Burke and the Kittredge or stalwart candidates for Hearst Gains Nineteen New June ing ot votes in tha disputed mayoralty election of 1905 proceeds eightythree ballot boxes being opened during the day and the votes exam ined beforeJustice William Hearst gained nineteen votes ajs the result of the days Two1 hundred and ninetyone have been opened so and the recount shows a gain for Hearst ot 136 There remain boxes tp be   

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