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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE RVENING 2 CENTS PER Perfumes Houbtgant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Oallet Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus Bldg SHOOTS FATHERS SLAYER Woman Draws Revolver From Waist Shoots a Miss SPECIAL issippi Attorney AVENGES HER FATHER Mississippi Woman Shoots and His Slayer on June an was shot and probably mortally wounded In a street by Jacob On March 31 last Lowe shot and killed Perry Hous father of In a street flght growing out of Houstons aa secretary of the Yazoo levee who is nineteen years was married last February to a merchant of Charles Welnsteln passed Lowe in a street near his After the attor ney had passed she drew a re volver from her waist and Lowe fell with a bullet through his As he fell he drew a but turning and seeing that his assailant was a he made no attempt to discharge his Lowe was wounded between the GoCart Sale m for one BEGINNING June 6th We will sell our remain ing stbck of GoCarts fet less than We have marked the ones down the bullet passing entirely through his A stud In his shirt front was struck by the bullet and forced Weinsteln hurried on to her home and was later Lowe was placed on a special train and rushed to Memphis to the Presby terian It Is believed he can not Weinsteln Is on the verge or collapse from The Weinsteln Iwnlly Is Weinstein has made no statement concerning her rea sons for shooting Although un der she has not been taken from her mothers which Is guarded by deputy TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF D 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 B jnoe sale white petticoats Most wonderful Sale White Petticoatsi this store ever of of of fine Cam Ba tistes and trimd with dainty handsome embroi fine hemstitch ing and other wondrous ways known to the versatile needle Petticoats from plain short to elaborate French creations Sixtyone distinctly dif ferent styles White Petti to Five styles at Cambric Petti coats trimd with open or blind dainty of sur prising Any other any other price equally out of the ordinary of its BOG38 HORTH June Interna tional Brotherhood of LJookbiuders haa decided not to remove the interna tional offices from New East June Robert Thompson and her Wal ter have been mysteriously missing for three weeks and much concern Is felt for their June At age was found dead In bed a mile from Martins A bullet hole In the head indi cates He had been dead a June deacon Meade of the Pittsburg diocese of the Protestant Episcopal church is at the Reynolds Memorial hospital suffering from typhoid June detachment of soldiers surprised a band of fifteen night riders who were destroying to baeoo beds on the tarm of Ephriam Martin near A flght the r irs June the re of a fire at the tipple of mine 12 of the Hicks Coal about one mile west of the tipple was causing a loss of about 000 and throwing more than 100 men Into June gas producing more than feet a day was brought In by Selbert on the Reinhold a mile south of Saxonburg The well Is in practically a new field and the roar of the gas can be heard for ill POMI STOLEN Unknown Persons Get Away With From to Cash FEDERAL SLEUTHSARE LOOSED Between Kansas City and Los Angeles Somebody Made Away With Pouch Containing Many Valuable Enclos One of LOB June tant admissions by postal officers offi cers of three cities confirm to some extent the belief that the disappear ance of a registered mail pouch some where within the jurisdiction of the Kansas City postofflce last Saturday night will prove to be one of the larg est losses in the history of the post offlce From private sources it is learned that a package of at least in currency was among the contents of the which In an unusual ly large number of letters and pack ages containing money and other valu The amount can only be con but it may reach a total of The pouch was in transit from Los Angeles to Now York and the postal inspectors who have had the case in charge for fortyeight lionrs refuse any explanation of the manner in which it became lost to That a pouch of value has disappeared was admitted by the department at by Postmaster Flint of Los An geles and by Inspector attached to the Kansas City who appears to have the case for in The fact that the mall In process ot transfer at the Union station at Kan City is handledin substation since the destruction of the regular branch office by fire several months ago supports the theory that taken of conditions TUFT A SURE Concession Generally Made That He Will Be Nominee for President LEW EMERY JJETAIHS HIS SEAT f hlle Practically All Contests In Ohio Are Decided In Favor of Ponderous Secretary of War Foraker KANSAS CITY TROUBLES Several Other Cities and Towns InundatedThe River Kaw Up Twenty one feet KNOCKED OUT Two June Republican national committee has decided con tests at large In two states and in four teen the net result being that thirtythree full votes and two half votes were added to the number alroadiaccredited to William Taft and the two half votes were given to Senator Joseph The committee has yet to consider contests at large in three states and a total of 35 district contests and two from the involving a total of 86 Before meeting of the committee the number of dele gates instructed for Taft was The Vice Presidential ot the as far as It has has given him 117 ad ditional or a total of 504 on the temporary The lone contest In the state ot Pennsylvania was wiredrawn and the delegate against whom it was direct Lewis will be allowed advantage was presumed to be more lax than ordl DeWitfs Little flarly sure and gentle Sold by Harry West are little to take his Ing of the cases from tEe First and the Fifth South Carolina districts was passed until H Is the hope of the national com mittee that it will be able to Its work To this end the mem bers are making every possible effort to Induce the warring to con sent to the consolidation of Much Important work Is slated for the committee on Saturday and earnestly desired that the hearings be over in ample time to al low sufficient attention to be paid to these With the end of the labor of the na tional committee fairly well in discussion turned today to the possible composition of the credentials commit tee of the to which many of the contests will probably be ap The talk centered largely around Harry Daugherty of Colum Daugherty Is slated for the credentials committee from his state and It was general gossip that he may be chosen chairman of the committee when It Is made up next Daugherty did not deny that such a se quence of events was possible and freely discussed the probable work ot the No Report Until I dont believe that the credentials committed will be ready to report to the convention before Juno said If I am chosen as a member of the body I shall op pose any proposal for an allnight ses sion of the committee on as from present Indications It would be Impossible to dispose of all the cases that will be brought before the com even If this expedient were to be I cannot see how the com mittee will be able to prepare its re port for presentation to Wednesdays session of the and It pos sibly will have to work all of that day and part of that night in order to be ready for A proposal has also been made that the committee might hold continuous the members sitting in I would op pose this because it might result In confusion as to the report of the comixiitteeY Kyery member should take part in all deliberations that there may be no chance for a mlsun The fight against demanding on the floor of the con HOMES TENANTLESS Water Evicts Residents In Kaw and Missouri River Kansas June cal culations as to the extent of the flood at the junction of tha Kaw and the Missouri rivers were upset by the con tinued rise of the due to heavy rains In the Dakota nnd in Ne The rise was augmented by the daminlns of the Kaw the stockyards by the Mlfiiouil IBoine and the Union Pact tic which have accumulated a vast amount of The flood was spectacular as viewed from the bluffs of Kansas C The Kaw has overflowed most of the rail road the stockyards and the residence and manufacturing quarters of Ton feet of water Is the running through Kansas avenue main street of but people and goods are high and Five rail road lines are tied Convention hal has been opened to At leas1 persons have been driven trom nomeg Indomitable Boston District At torney Tackles a More Deadly Enemy PHYSICIANS SAY CONSUMPTION aw Officer Who Has Combated Many Obstreperous Enemies QOes Against Grim and Deadly Monster Which Fights TwentyFour Hours a June The ment that District Attorney John Jrewn Moran was afflloted with tuber culosis and would be obliged to leave Bostoa at once for the Adlrofldacks tor an Indefinite period marks a halt ing place in the career of one ot the most picturesque characters who has ever held office in the True to his sobriquet of the man who the district attorney Is not at all cast down by the verdict ot his My physician tells me Ive got to destroy the tuberculosis bugs or they will destroy said Its tough but I told my physician that the germs might get the best of me for a while possibly but I will get the best ot them in the for after Im dead Ill have body cremated and burn them Gamble Helps Defeat June Yankton the home of Senato gave votes In the Repub lican senatorial primary election fo Governor Coe Crawford and 100 fo Senator This overwhelm Ins majority for Crawford Is attrlb uted directly to the alliance forme In this fight between Senator Gambl and Governor which Is th sequel of the alliance between these ni be My physician I had the proper spirit and a who could Joke on such a subject could recover with the proper openair The district attorney went on If I can Im going to come back to Massa chusetts and be governor of this state If it werent for these bugs I should have tried it this fall even If I didnt have any Whats f after I get to be It I If anyone wants me to be president two men when Crawford was making the race for There is reason to believe that the package of currency was a shipment made by a Los Angeles bank to its New York Post master Flint of Los Angeles stated that It would be Impossible for any officer of the department to estimate the total contents of the missing pouch until the holders of receipts issued on the day of shipment had made affidav its as to the valuables Cashier Charles Seyler of the Farm ers and Merchants National bank said According to our a mall made up here on June 3 and leaving for New York on the fol lowing has A conservative valuation of the currency contents furnished by this and other banks of this city will be The total amount is made up of between i thirty and fifty Our corre spondent at New York Is the Chemi cal National to Whom our por tion of the shipment was The registered pouch left Los An geles over the Topeka and Santa Fe railroad the morning of June 4 and was due in Kansas City on Sat Emery was on the ground of certain j ventlon statements said to have been made by 7l among them being the alleged as sertion that Bryan was certain to be the successor of President It was claimed by certain Penn sylvania classed him with the The contest against him was withdrawn by Senator Pen The chief interest of the day cen tered in the Ohio of which there were in the the the Tenth and the Thir teenth Taft got the delegates In the the Tenth and the Thir teenth districts and in the Sixth dis trict both delegations were seated with half a vote to each The Foraker men made a strong fight in this district because it was the old home of the senator and they were anxious to procure its votes for him Watterson Guest of June Colonel Henry Watterson ot Louisville has ar rived here as the guest of Bryan at Colonel Watterson ad mitted that various matters of Demo cratic Interest would be Concerning Bryans candidacy he said I have accepted Bryan as the inevitable candidate for the Dem ocratic He will be nominated on the first I think Is stronger than ever a tnucK better chance to 1 Chautauqua Lake The Protected Home Circle will run a SPECIAL EXCURSION Via ERIE From Greenville To Celeron And Return June 18th Special train leaves Greenvile at Fare for the round Adults Children For fur ther information call on agent Erie or Kyle Schadt Committee Daniel Houlk j while the Taft man are Brown of Hillsboro and Charles HHdebrandt of The latter action has been recognized for the ast four years as Refers to The Ohio contests have been In barge of Arthur Vorys and Myron both ot whom are dele Herrlck being also a member of the national All ontests outside of Ohio have been nder the supervision of Frank When the arguments had concluded In the Sixth district earlng several Taft members of the national committee applied to Hitchcock for further Ho eferred all questions to Myron Her ok and Herrlck simply announced hat he intended to vote for the seat ngbt the Taft The motion o divide the delegation between the Paft and Foraker men came from Sen ator Lodge of Massachusetts and was carried without strenuous The contest In the Third and the Tenth districts were based on fac tional both sides to the disputes being instructed for In the Thlr teenth district the action of the Taft delegates in folding a convention o their own was sustained and they were placed on the temporary The proceedings opened with the hearing of contests from the Eleventh and the Twelfth Missouri districts after these coming the North Carolina which were over the dele and those of seven dls These contests were heard sep Ohio followed North Caro Una and then came South Carolina where only one that ot th was Thes went 19TjJt ty H is that the re port will be handed to the convention Thursday In that case the delegates will be able to proceed with the nomination and should be able to complete the work before adjourn ment on that thus carrying out the original program for the conven Ohio Caucus The Ohio it was an will reach Chicago on Sun day and will be called into caucus Monday At that time Daugherty will be proposed as a mem ber of the credentials committee and it is also on the slate that Wade attorney general of will be named as a member of the resolu tions There was a sudden cessation of ac tivity today regarding the vice presi dential This was largely due to the announcement made by Frank Hitchcock that the Taft forces would not take part In any campaign for the second place on the Lafayette one of the dele atesatlarge from said that the riends of Senator Dolllver In his own tate were not anxious to see him eave the ranks of the senators for the ffice of presiding over the He aid further that he had received prom ses from some of the energetic friends f the senator outside of Iowa to cease gitatlng his name aa a The riends of Governor Guild of Massa husetts seemed satisfied with the re ults of their work thus There was no announcement forthcoming rom the headquarters of John Hays An persistent which could not be confirmed In any prevails to the effect that Doctors Slayer May Lose New June who shot Martin Ausplti last Sun Accuses Many By his Indomitable will John Mo ran forced himself into the public eye as few other men have done In thin Year after year he was a candi date for district attorney of Suffolk county and finally in running as an independent he finally succeeded in defeating District Attor ney Moran was reelect ed as independent candidate last year tor a second In 1906 he for governor on four a Independence and His i within ot that by Governor Fearless and District At torney Moran has conducted Investigations in which public were He found hlmselt day Is In grave danger of losing her overwhelmed with cases on several oc mlnd according to the caslons that he was unable to bring many of them to a successful conclu At one time he summoned the MnHHRohusetts legislature be physician of the Leech Takes June 3overnor Hughes would not permit ils name to go before the Hearst Makes Good New June William Hearst made good gains In the recount of the ballots in the disputed mayor alty election of The examina tion of the contents of ninetynine boxes during the day gave him a net gain of fiftythree The ballots In 390 boxes have been examined In the proceedings before Justice Lam bert and Hearst has gained 188 Hammond Qualifies as June Hays who has announced his for Republican vice presidential was regis tered as a voter In this city He answered the formal proved his ability to read a aeleoUon from the constitution of the United and tbeu took the necessary the new public today formally took charge of the govern vent printing Scarlet Speaks June last speeches were made for the defend ants in the capltol metallic furniture contract conspiracy trial and today the state will close with addresses by James Scarlet and Attorney General Tomorrow morning Judge Kun kel will charge the Two speeches were made in behalf of the five de The speakers were Hensel and George Both men bitterly assailed the common wealths management of the case and asserted that there was no proof of Eab spoke for all of the June Ir formerly a traveling auditor in the auditor generals who had been a defendant in the oapltol conspiracy now on trial and who granted a severance from the other five defendants because of ill has been removed to the state hospital for the insane at Norristown June Phila delphia and Reading Coal and Iron following the suspension of the has placed 600 employes al the repair shops here on a basis o three working days a Work at the Schuylkill Haven and Palo Alto shops has been suspended all at the former place for the first time In entire Massachusetts legislature fore the grand jury to testify as to al leged bribery relative to a bill closing bucket It was that the legislators could not be forced to testify because they previously tei tlfled before a legislative Was Finally Eventually one member of the leg islature was expelled on charges ot having received a On another occasion seventeen members ot the Massachusetts Ice Dealers association were Indicted on a charge ot eombln ng to raise but all wire Again the Massachusetts ncluding the were accused by the district attorney of being In league with a wealthy hotel man to al ow Boston hotels to violate the These charges eventually result ed in a new law being passed legaliz ing screens In windows and hotel District Attorney Moran prided him self on his conviction of Robert formerly private secretary to Senator Henry Cabot for fall ing to turn over a campaign contribu history of the New June Treasurer Lafayette Baldwin has that he does not know what to do It was collected from bicycle owners years ago when the machines were popular under a law levying 1 tax te establish a fund to construct bicycle Now there no demand for the but the money cannot legally be used for any other June the annual meeting of the trustees of Broaddus the state Baptist Institution which has located here tor thirty It was decided to sell the school property for and remove the school to Phil this The Elkhana Mully was reeleoted president and the Moore ot Parkeributg Ment of the June of stealing an old straw hat and a driver from the sexton of a Edward Whelan was sentenced to serve ten years In the Eastern peni He Is a young but has servad terms In the county Jail and In the June who is In Jail awaiting trial on several criminal has un dertaken to fast for seventy hours for a dinner and Is now half way through the Should he hold out Deputy Sheriff Shaner haa promised to furnish the June Alex Rabb of Lilly was struck by lightning and Is in a serious Rabb was in the kitchen of her house when a bolt of lightning struck the barn in the rear and ran over a wire clothesline to the Rftbb was rendered June most of them In partio ipated in the parade held in tlon with the annual council of the to proved Order of Ren Men of Scott of Dunmore ww Thq Daughters ot taa delegates to
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