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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PBR Perfumes Houblgant i Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Qallet Splehler and other fine toilet Get tha only flrstclasB KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June I We will close out our re I maining stock of Re v frigerators Ice Boxes at L v i ONEFOURTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the Be sure and i come in Turner The House Furnisher B B silk Sixteen button pure Mila nese Silk taire wrist doublt tipt fingers a we sold a quarter higher and same grade as for Two only a trifle more Summery in As handsome Bilk Gloves ever sold at a Natural Chamois Gloves the down right swell Gloves sixteen twelve OMP and twelve button lengthaWhite BOQQ8 MOUTH SLIGHT ENCOURAGEMENT I III Thaw Cheered by a Very Small Point in His Favor Strained Relations VERDICT IS DELAYED Jury in the Capitol Trimming Case Slow in Reaching Conclusion THREE DEFENDANTS ACQUITTED Judge Kunkel Says Case Was Not Made Out Against Snyder or Cassell and Huston Take Chances With June The Jury in the capltol metallic furniture con tract conspiracy case was locked up at midnight for the After watting since the jury retired at noon for a report the Judge ordered the Jurors locked up and detectives Joined the tipstaves to see that the jury is not Interfered The closing day of the which has occupied the attention of the court and Jury for thirtythree was taken up with the charge of Judge consuming about an hour and a In the course of which he di rected a verdict of not guilty to be returned as to exTreasurer exSuperintendent Shumaker and ex Auditor General holding that the Jury must determine whether Burd president of the Pennsyl vania Constructing and the capitol are guilty of The Jury sent to the courtroom for but one a table of measure ments made by the All sorts of reports are afloat as to Even the windows In buildings near the courthouse are watched detec tlTes to prevent possible communica tion with the THAW GAINS A POINT in the the date for argument of a motion for a retrial having been flxed for Hearst Gains New June examina tion of 128 ballot boxes in the re count of the disputed mayoralty elec tion of 1905 showed gains for William Hearst of 23 Hearst has so tar gained 238 votes In the recount of 630 ballot There are still ballot boxes to be examined and at the present rate of progress It is expected that the result will be known about the end of the Clerk Loses His Salt Lake June Edward who eloped to Ogden on Tuesday with Mabel daugh ter of Governor apparently has lost his Governor Cutler In duced his daughter to go He said she would stay Young But ler is a clef k in a Squeezing Out the New June American Steel Foundries company by a practi cally unanimous vote adopted the plan Of a committee of reducing the capital stock of the company from to The purpose of the it has been is to maka the stock represent actual Morschauser Refers His Application to Justice New June Thaw will remain In the Poughkeepsle jail pending an application of his counsel to Justice Dowllng of the supreme court for a change of order com mitting him to the state hospital for the Insane at This deci sion was rendered by Justice Mora chauser of Poughkeepsle after hearing arguments of counsel on a motion to transfer Thaw to any state asylum other than an asylum for Insane con Justice Morschausor expressed the opinion that It might be better for Thaw to be Incarcerated In some other asylum than the one at as it was evident that strained relations existed between the head of the Mat teawan Institution and Colonel Franklin Bartlett and James Graham of Newburgh appeared for Colonel contended Thaw could legally be transferred to any other state hospital for the In sane and In the argument for the transfer counsel asserted that Thaw would personally rather be In the Tombs or Poughkeepsle prison than in District Attorney Je rome said that he personally had no to the transfer of Thaw to some otherhospital If he were con vinced that Itwas for Thaws good and that there was no danger of his Justice Morschauser stated that he could not go back of Justice Dowllngs order sending Thaw to but In view of the statements that Thaw might not recover there because the feeling he has toward the head of tlie institution he would stay the exe of the order recommitting him until such a time as Thaws counsel could ask Justice Dowllng for a change ot the original CHILDREN FIND CORPSE Girl Sought Death Because Lover Was June Because her lover spurned her and believing that all pleasure in life had pretty Gertrude eighteen years daughter of and John Kendie of West Sixth commit ted suicide by drinking carbolic acid The girl committed the rash act in a field near Twelfth and Cranberry streets some time Thursday but the body was not found until some children picking berries discovered It lying In a clump of Beside her body was a threeounce bottle that had contained carbolic acid and a note saying her lover had forsaken her and she did not want to live any The letters from her who is a wellknown young man of this were found near the In these he hinted that his for her had Will Protect American June Unit ed States embassy has brought to the attention of the foreign office several threatening letters received by the Thomas an American con saying that an attempt would be made to damage its automobile which is now crossing Siberia in the New YorktoParis In reply the for eign office Informed the embassy that orders to protect the car have been sent to the Siberian On Chautauqua Lake The Protected Home Circle will run SPECIAL EXCURSION Via ERIE From Greenville To Celeron And Return June 18th Special train leaves Greenvile at 6 S6 Pare for the round Adults Children For fur ther information call on agent Erie or Schadt Committee Daniel Houlk J M YDRK UBTFUL Stuart If Any Other Than Hughes Is Nominated ALL CONTESTS ARE DECIDED National Committee Passes Upon All of Them and TurnsIts Attention to Other Place Gossip Takes Up Time of June Republican national committee has completed the hearing of all contests submitted and turned Its attention to other The committee liar been In session for seven days of actual work and has de cided contests involving 219 seats on the temporary These con tests have been decided as follows For Taft 22 2 8 16 8 18 16 Mis 6 North 18 7 10 1 South 8 18 36 18 2 For Foraker 2 1 As Taft had 387 dele gates before the national committee began the hearing contests he will now have a total of 603 delegates structed for him the temporary ROOSEVELT A GRAFTER Not TeddyCollected a Tidy Sum on Tag Day 8THWART rellcall without taking Into considera tion any that have indorsed him or de clared for him in any other The only complete defeat sustained by the Taft delegates in the contests was In the Fifth Virginia where a Foraker delegation was seat ed because a man was allowed to act as secretary of the district convention who had Issued a call for a convention in his own county for white men It was believed by the members of the committee that if they allowed the delegates from the at which this man had acted as secre tary to be seated in the national con vention that It would place the party In the light of approving a call Issued to a portion of the For this reason it was decided to seat the con testing Foraker Split Delegations In Ohio and split delegations were The ac tion of the committee In dividing the entire Louisiana delegation apparent ly made no difference to the Taft strength inasmuch as both factions were for The Tennessee divi sion was made in the Eighth district in response to the urgent appeals of National Committeeman who asked that It be done for the purpose of healing local differences and giving the party a better chance of electing a Republican The delegation from the Sixth Ohio district was divided on the evidence Outside of the conclusion of the con tents before the national committee the most important development of the day was the issuance by the allies of a statement in which they declared their Intention of sticking to the fin ish and in which they asserted that It was certain that there will be no nomination on the first The attitude of the allies as outlined In this statement wasgreatly strength ened by the arrival during the day of General Stewart Woodford of New who is in charge of the inter ests ot Governor Hughes Positively One of the first things encountered by General Woodford on his arrlvaj in Chicago was the strong sentiment ieveloplng to couple the names of Taft and General Woodford met with the statement that the New York delegation would come here Instructed to support Hughes for the presidency and until the conven tion had made its choice there would be no consideration of Governor Hugheos name for any place except at the head of the When shown the authoritative statement made at that the governor cannot and will not under any circumstances ac cept a for the vice presi dency General Woodford said That Is exactly what I have been attending national conven tions since i860 and 1 have never known a wise selection for the vice presidency to be made until after the candidate for president had been Aslttd If Governor Hughess success In winning the contest over the race track bill had strengthened his candi General Woodford said It has proved that Hughes is a fighter and that he never New York Sure for Instead ot continuing the discussion of the vice General Wood ford took up the availability of Hughes for the presidency and said I know one namely If Hughes Is nominated for the presi dency he will be certain to carry New I dont say no one else can New but I do say with Hughes New York Is cer tain and with someone else nominated New York is When the Taft Strength was men tioned General Woodford paid a high tribute1 to the secretary but maintained that Republican chances success were greater with Hughes at the bead of the Samuel on President Secretary Morri John Mitchell and several other the executive committee of the American Federation of Labof have arrived wlilh a tentative ahtlln Junctlon which they will en deavor to have Incorporated in the platform of the Republican President Gompers that the as representing the labor should receive consideration from the resolutions committee and expressed confidence fhatjhe and his colleagues would pro curiSJthe Insertion of the he Americus arid the clubs 0f 600 together with ajarge number of prominent business gin active work for the Pennsylvania candidate for the These enthusiasts reinforce the work which has been done by Senator Representative Colonel John K Williams of Scranton and Rodgers of who have been here for more than a On Sunday 350 members of the Knox club of Philadelphia are expect ed and with them will come Israel James McNichol and other The Knox adherents are con ducting a vigorous Hitchcock Claims Frank who had charge of Secretary Tafts Interests before the national issued a state ment claiming 704 votes Taft on the first He makes his state ment in comparison with one issued by him on May 16 after all of the dele gates to the national convention had been In that statement Hitchcock claimed 517 Instructed dele which number he now reduces to He credits one to Foraker from Ohio and two to Foraker from Vir ginia and does not claim for Taft the split delegation from the Eighth Ten nessee involving the loss of another By indorsement he claims thirtysix the same fig ure given in his May but by declaration he now claims 155 votes Instead of 31 as claimed In This makes a total of He credits 227 instructed votes for other candidates and leaves 49 not accounted for In the columns of any of the TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF June Stuart has appointed Bowen of Philadelphia a member of the Valley Forge June First Base man Davis and Fielders Burke and Martin have been released by Davis goes to Wllkesbarre and Burke to New June he was coaxed Into taking his first Joseph twentyone years Is As a result of his pota tions he fell out of a window and broke his June age waa found on the railroad tracks at Elm Grove with one foot cut He was unconscious and when revived could not account for his June unknown man made an assault upon Grant Miller while she was alone on her farm west of then gave her a coat of tar and feathers and left her bound ropes to the side ot the TAGGED FOR A DOLLAR luentln Roosevelt Collects From White House June youre One please These words greeted nearly 200 visitors and em ployes at the white house as Quentin suiting the action to the pinned a tag to the coat of Today Is tag day In Washington for the benefit of the Childrens Play grounds association of Washington and Quentin lost no time beginning work in behalf of his He tagged 198 persons from the time he got home from school until the dinner The French ambassador and several members of the cabinet among those he Every member of the white house office staff from Secretary Loeb down watj called Upon to add his mite and the policemen detailed to the white house and attaches are wearing the tags bearing the I am tagged to help the Childrens Play THEY WERE HITCHED Song and Dance Team Thereby Save Living June I told Shaw that if we were not hitched up I the said Miss Jane Elliott of the song and dance team of and Justice Cheno weths court Keith has threatened several times to cut us off the circuit ifwe didnt get married and reduce the expenses of living sha added These were two good the marriage ceremony should be per formedand it was performed Shaw and Elliott have been working togeth er for four as thebrlde we were to have been married long ago of but it fell Real Pry RoyRich ards of was fined and costs In a Pekln justice court for violation of the dry ordinance of The physician prescribed beer for She was not able to obtain the beverage because of the prohibition The physician ordered the beer from another On delivery the physician receipted for the package and took It to the Some neighbors saw the transaction and filed a The doctor en tered a plea of MAKES FATAL SLIDE Ballplayer Meets With Fatal Injury In Attempt to June his neck broken and his head swing Ing from side to Frederick Lock twenty years walked from the baseball diamond to the grand stand and sat on a seat several min utes before he fell None of his companions was aware of his probably fatal injury until he was taken to Grubes hospital who was playing In a game between the Cubs and the Tigers ot the City attempted to steal second As he dived to the sack Baseman Perry Dock caught the Dock fell on his knee over tha catching Lookards head the latter slid It is thought that had the injured man been kept still after the accident he could have been as the spinal cord remained un injured when the spine His walking to the grandstand caused the broken bones to sever the Judge Landis Grants His Re quest for Permission to Appeal Case IT GOES TO HIGHEST TRIBUNAL Lawyer Patrick Busy New Juno hare been submitted to Judge Lacombe In the United States circuit court which are said to contain an application for a writ of habeas corpus from Lawyer Albert who was convicted of the murder of William Marsh The papers were received by mail from Patrick IB Slngslng whore he Is serving a life his sentence to death having been commuted by the late Governor June Perry age Is dead here as the result of Injuries received in an He was employed at a planing mill and was struck on the abdomen by a piece of timber thrown violently from a June Jury lu the trial of Charles Cook for the murder of Charles Bennett of New came Into court at midnight and reported an inability to Judge Jordan ordered the jury locked up for the of hard and at Miller iStt DeWitts Little Early the famous little liver are soli by Harry Who Believe Fortune Teller of Vzral Murders Rejoice When Decision Is t Sheriff Awaited Decision of Court June the Bohemian fortune demned to death for the murder of are members of Vzra was granted a stay of execution until he has been afforded an opportunity to appeal his case to the supreme court of the United Judge Landis of the United States district who had declined to grant a writ of habeas corpus in favor of decided that the prisoner had the right to appeal from the decision denying the writ The case will now be carried to the highest federal trib unal and Bllllk will be given a respite1 until that passed upon the constitutional question The ruling of Judge Landis intense delight among thefriends ot many of whom believe him en tirely a still greater number of whom believe that the proof him is not absolutely conclu The fight to save his life as it has been conducted thus far has been one of the most strenuous and ener getic ever witnessed in this city in a1 similar case The hour set for Billiks execution was 11 but Judge Tiandis had directed the sheriff to take no action until after a decision ot the court had been The sheriff await the Judges and who now has an indefinite lease of lite pending the decision of wouH have been hanged instantly had the judge declined to order the of Billik was convicted of poisoning to death Mary twentytwo yean and was accused ot similarly causing the death ot meta bera of the Vrzal the of mltted when arrested as an accomplice ot The deaths in the Vrzal family all occurred within two June Mellon was acquitted here on the charge of causing the death of Robert Young by throwing him out of tha Haas bar in The defense contended that Long accidentally tell and sustained the injuries that result ed in his June O of the Thirteenth States under command of Ma jor which heje from Fort having en entire distance have left over Lack awanna railroad for Pine Jef ferson June Latham of who announced himself as an Independent candidate for congress from the Fourteenth dis has given up that idea and is out with a circular in which he asks Congressman candidate on the Republican to get out of New June an was crossing the railroad bridge over the Beaver river near Ellwood when a train bore down upon There is no footpath or rail ing and letting himsell hung by his After the train passed the Italian scrambled to tha track June fontalne boys who wantto follow the thrilling adventures of Old Sleuth will have to go outside of io get Mayor Niven started the reform and interested newsdealers and book with the result that all tha dealers agreed to retire from the yel low back June his In tended bride or his friends pay his the wedding planned by Frank Crisimos will not take place He was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct and fined or ten days In CrislmoB had only twelve cents and bis marriage license and in default of his flne he went to June yearold Clarence Judy accidentally shot and killed himself at his near The boy went into his parents bedroom to play and began toying with his fathers shot The charge was exploded and the shot entered tha boys The father didnt know the gun was June Governor upon recommendation of state board of commuted UM sentence of James aCny ahoga county who W sen tenced to twenty years ImpriBaninwt In lor cutttaf to UU   

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