Greenville Evening Record, June 24, 1908

Greenville Evening Record

June 24, 1908

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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania ESTABLISHED THE EVENING JUNE TRNSTATENEWS IN BRIEF June were killed by the explosion o the boiler of a locomotive on the New York division of the Pennsylvania rail road near New June an examination at the state tuberculosis dispensary In this city It waa found that Thomas a mechanic llv Ing at has his heart on his right June Miss Susie a by ace has few superiors In the city Scores of patrons of her fathers shop attest this and always Insist upon her sharing June heat and humidity caused much suf fering In the mercury ris ing to 95 In many of the fac tories employes had to go home and men were laid out by the heat In June a result a gas explosion at the residence of Ellis Ellis both he and his wife were severely They are at the Canonsburg where it was stated the husband Is not expected to June Charles Baker of Toledo arrived here today to attend the funeral of her which took place a week There a delay of Just a week In the de livery of the letter notifying her of the June Penn sylvaniaJamestown exposition commlsi fiion held its final meeting at tho office of Governor Stuart It was that after paying bills It will hava about of Its appropria tion to return to the WANTED every woman la town to read our advertisement in this Keeks Shoe LI Presidential Nominee Attends YaleHarvard Ball Game With Classmates AND TWAS A FAMOUS VICTORY CENTS PUR War Secretary Receives Enthusiastic Plaudits as He Marches With His Class Around the De layed Half an New Juue tary William Big as he Is was the center of all the enthusiasm during the second day of his visit to Throngs of gradu students and citizens followed the secretarys every From the moment he appeared at Wood bridge where he attended a meet Ing of the Yale until he left the headquarters of his class of 78 for the New Haven Country club o attend his class thousands of persons constantly were abdut They manifested their affectionate re gard for him In every conceivable Classes of graduates serenaded ilm with fine hundreds of President Roosevelts Plans Foi His African NOT TO STOP IN EUROPE In SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June 13 We will out our re maining stock of Re frigerators and Ice Boxes at ONEFOURTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the Be sure and come in E Turner The House mrnisher riends extended personal greetings to ilm on the street and at the Yale larvard baseball and as the ecretary marched with his class to from Yale field their steps were lanked with people anxious to pay their At the Ledyard memorial dedica tion the secretary delivered an ad dress In memory of the Yala man of who laid down his lire In the cause of his After the dedication of flagstaff Secretary Taft proceeded June B B white wash skirts Price range to several varying styles and complete assortments at each of many inbetween Wash Skirts that will prqve their merit in any Splendid White Indian flare model overlap seams on each Similar Skirts but teams and to the Edwards where arrange had been made to photograph ffee class of After luncheon and meeting the headed by Taft and Judge Holllster of formed for Its march to Yale field to witness the YaleHarvard baseball Secretary Taft disdained the use of an automobile and not withstanding the excessive upon marching with his As the class of 78 swung through the entrance of Yale field headed by Big Bill the vast crowd of rose to its feet and under the leader ship of the yell and song directors be the thrilling cry with Its added snipper of nine Secretary Taft never will forget the scenes which he witnessed during the next thirty The great throng re mained standing as the parade of pic turesquely garbed classes marched around the The parade delayed the game for half an The secretary has desired for weeks to see a ball game for blood and that desire was Both teams were on edge and the contest was re plete with brilliant plays on both Wasnt It commented Taft on the It was one of the best I ever Yale 3 to Will Sill For the Mediterranean and Proceed Direct to Cairo Equipment to Be Taken From Ameri It to Accompany President who will go to Africa next April on a hunt for big accompanied by his son has had this expedition In contempla tion for some The president has hunted all sorts of big and lit In the United and it has been his ardent wish that he might at some time hunt the bigger wild ani mals In the African Be con siders himself entirely out of the presidential race and has determined that he will gratify his ambition next starting for the east almost im mediately after his successor has been President Roosevelt plans to be gone ft year and perhaps a year and a On his return to the United States the president will devote six a year or such time as may be necessary to writing a book describing his African says a Washington special dis patch to the Philadelphia The president for the past few weeks has been in active correspondence with men in the United Germany and England who have made a spe cialty of hunting big game In He wants to get suggestions from them as to commissary and general equipment Half a dozen let PRESIDENT MAKES HAY Helps Harvest Crop on Hillside at Sagamore Oyster June President Roosevelt Is making The sizable crop that covers the hill ters by way of reply have already been and others ore expected daily Before he sails from New York the president will have all bis plans laic out He will arrange to have equip ment meet him at various stages of th all the way from where hi enter to the points along the upper Nile and Lakes Albert anc Tlctorla across to Mombaso a port of entry In British Hast It Is a part of his plan to make a thorough Inspection of the Cape to Cairo Very little of the presidents equip ment will be taken from the United He will have expert guides meet him at Cairo with such equip ment as wilt be necessary for the ear lier stages of the After this he will be met by other with at points along the route to be hereafter agreed No photog raphers or newspaper men will be with One or two stenographers will be In attendance to take down notes while the subject matter to which they relate Is fresh In the presidents There Is just a possibility thnt one or two dis hunters from the United States or Europe will be In the but this Is still tin open It is announced that the president will not on this trip make any stops In He will sail from New York In a vessel for the Mediterranean and proceed direct to where he will reembark for a trip up the At some convenient point up that river he will take the Cape to Cairo railway for the leaving that railway at some point to be agreed he will then plunge Into the heart of the it belug his aim to be away from civilization perhaps for months al a going north and as the CIVIL WAR IN PERSIA Hundreds Killed and Wounded 8ftttle for June a bloody fight around the parliament building the city Is comparatively although the Cossacks are camped In the streets and Cossacks and soldiers early In the morning surrounded the parliament and demanded that a number of per son 3 whose arrest the shah had or dered be forthwith handed over to Parliament refused to comply with this demand and shots were Qred at the several of the soldiers being Orders were at once is sued from military headquarters thai the parliament buildings be bombard and the bombardment commenced soon after 10 While this was In progress bombs were thrown from the parliament building and the mosque one of the guns and wounding the Eventually the halls of parliament were but not before many per sons had been killed and The bombardment continued until oclock In when it sud denly In the meantime th iroops pillaged the political clubs in neighborhood and numerous resl dences of influential members of par in which work they were aid ed by the The number of casualties la un but it will be very The parliament buildings are practically la The firing was confined to par llament other parts of the city being comparatively Large num bers of leading including priests and members of have been placed under June special to the Dally Mall from Teheran says that ths responsibility for the fighting lies with which took advantage ol the shahs momentary His TftlSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF June Knaben will make his airship trip from Toledo to Cleveland the latter part of the present probably on The distance In an air line Is a little more than 100 The aeronaut says he will make the trip in flve June the head the dead body of Peter night fireman at the Bru baker 39 mine at Cam bria was found lying In the woods about 200 yards from the boiler It Is believed Hubbard was the victim of June Samuel age was attacked by a who tore the lads clothes June to inS Republican platform as a si PIS AGAIN Nebraskari Indulges in Sarcasm at Expense of Chicago Platform INDICATES ALLEGED WEAK SPOTS Jut Admits That Some Portions of It Are That Criminal Laws Are Not Enforced Against Trusts and majestys the dispatch suffered but the day ended In victory for the Much now de pends on his wisdom In restoring or der and bringing his coup detat to a successful RELATIONS SEVERED Uncle Sam Wipes Dust of Venezzuela Off His June state de partment has been officially notified ol the departure of Secretary Jacob Sleeper of the American legation at aboard the gun boat leaving the United States without a diplomatic represent in that A state of ex pectancy oxlsts arid ig the result of Inability of this country to secure any satisfaction from President Castro through Minister June All kinds of rumors are current and tha withdrawal of the representatives of the United States Is not quite under drown The boy managed to get away and swam a calling his who with a posse pursued the tramp with June Ing to a statement made at the capltol the copyright of the Abbey paintings in the rotunda has been reserved by the artist In his contract with the state and until they are placed In po sition and accepted by the common wealth no pictures of them may be re June the United court the Toledo Ice and Coal company pleaded guilty to three counts charging It with receiving rebates from the Ann Arbor Railroad cora Judge Tayler assessed a fine of on each The remaining 152 counts in the Indictment were dis The Indictments were brought under the Hepburn June arrange ment has been entered into between Samuel Nixon and the Duquesne Theater company in by which Nixon Is to have the man agement of the Duquesne The arrangement goes Into effect at In addition to managing the Nixon theater in will ive his personal attention to the book ing of the June ling struck an oil tank of the South Penn Oil company at hrowing flaring oil hundreds of feet the air and communicating with another large which In turn cast its burning liquid over fields and urned a nearby stream to a torrent of Bach tank held gallons of all of which is totally destroyed with an approximate loss of June In a case against the Wheeling railroad Judge of the United States court holds constitutional amendment o the safety appliance law which ilaces empty freight used only n state but coupled In a train carrying on Interstate In the same classification as is given load and empty cars engaged as Inter state Similar cases are now federal dli side In front of the presidents home seasonmay has Making hay is one of the I occupations engaged In by the presl dent on his summer vacation and he njoys It The hay the Roosevelt amlly will leave for New chere from the deck of the yacht Sylph the party will witness the Yale1 more There will This will bo the greatest hunting trip ever taken by the president and the longest in He Is very enthu siastic in talking to bis friends about It and is planning to bring home with him enough lion skins to make all kinds of rugs for the floors of larvard boat race Theodore will Join the party at few London and return here with the In a few days he will leave or the Lake Superior where he rill enter the employ of the United Itates Steel corporation under the dl ectlon of John a per onal friend of the young mans Secretary Loeb announced last ight that the president did not expect o meet Secretary Taft at New murous elephant tusks among the trc the president gets the game he Is figuring Union Linen or pure Linen to AM our White Wash de signed to make laundering simple tad satisfactorily accomplished and itill adhere strictly to latest Canvas to wear Wife White Wftfih good FIRE ON WRONG MAN hlo Militia Shoot at Citizen Who Does Not Hear June re tnrnlng from Rlpley last night County Commissioner Silas Davis was fired upon by the state a full charge of shot striking the horse which he was causing the animal to The buggy was upset and Davis was thrown out and dragged a considerable but was not se riously Davis lives at Russellvllle and had been transacting business at Nearlng the home of Walker Hook at Red the scene of the late night riding disturbances in this he was ordered to Not hearing the he proceeded and the com mand to flre was Sheriff Cahall bad ordered the troops to leave the but trouble msy cause an investigation that will keep at least a part of them la the county for some Citizens In the neighborhood are indignant Hearst Gains 115 New June recounting Of votes In the HearstMeClellan may oralty controversy gave Hearst anet gain of his largest for any one pluraltt far beta definitely BAMBOO FOR Danish Inventor Buildi Machine Is Very A new flying machine has been con structed by Christina a well known Danish says a cable dispatch from Bamboo Is the material used through and It answers the purpose as well ns The wings are covered with It Is easily packed Into small bulk for transportation Inventor Abl says that he has util ized the principle of the Indian snow shoe and the birds The flight with Holland and there are reports ihat a revolution against the adminls raton Is being organized in As matters stand the United France and Colombia practi cally have no relations with Vene zuela Groat Britain and Holland have serious questions pending with the gov Germany alone having nc Before his withdrawal from the legation Sleeper sent a note to the government asking for This note was answered In very consider ate and the American ofll clal was informed that passports were inasmuch as he per sonally was persona grata and that dip lomatlc immunity would continue untl he was on board the The communication to Sleeper extend ed to him the cordial wishes of th administration for a happy lent repudiation of almost every Rooseveltlan William J Bryan completed an editorial sum mary of the work of the Chicago con Have you read the Republican plat form If you ought to read it The contest in the Republican party between the reforrner and standpat Is for the present at an with the standpatter In the The platform Is a silent repudiation of nearly every promise Of reform that the president and his followers have given to the It begins with an eulogy of the In no other period since the days of Lin according to the has there been such mighty progress In those Ideals of government which make for equality and fair dealing among Without asking why the Republi can party has held office and divided the official salaries among Its parti sans so long without giving us a Ment who represented the best aim and worthiest purposes of the without asking why no other Republi can president In recent days Tias lift ed American manhood to a noble sense of duty and we may ask why it Is that the Republican conven tion spends so much time praising the president and gives so little attention to the specific Indersemunt of the things he has Recalls Urgent The president must feel that he is the only Republican deserving of The recent accord Ing to the have been full of patriots and the Republican legisla tors have been keeping step In the forward march to better What does the president think of be ing bracketed with Republican sena tors and of congress In this Indiscriminate praise said conspiracy formed among the Republican leaders of the senate to defeat the presidents railroad rate bill no Intimation is here given that he sent several mes sages to congress in a vain endeavor to get the lower house to take up the reforms which he was The president must resent the fact that the ulatform no gratitude to the Democratic members and senators for supporting him when the Rejmbll cans deserted lead er of the time and agata called upon the Republicans to furnish thirty votes In support of the presi dents policies and pledged the fcem ocratlc minority to furnish the remain ing number of rotes necessary to carjr out several of the presidents recom and yet the ben who wrote the platform presume upon the Ignorance of the publle and complain that the filibuster prevented the enact ment of many wholesome and pro gressive The Currency The writers of the platform espe cially commend the passage of the emergency currency bill which combined two one of which been rejected by the senate and tha other by the So long as tbto yas a chance for a discussion there Vfts sufficient Republican oppo sition o condemn both features of the butunder tie Influence of a few financiers Wll was rushed through during the qfosing hours with all of the bad features restored and all of the good onee The plank demanding a permanent change ID the currency system is gen eral enough to permit the Republican orators to advocate in each section of the country the system most popular there and sufficiently Indefinite to en able congress to do whatever H pleases or nothing without violating The trust plank must prove ft dls to every Republican who has come to understand the Iniquity of the There Is no demand for a ridd enforcement of the law there is no suggestion that the criminal haa not yet brought the trust malefactor within the wails of a pent should be called Into The platform says that the law can be strengthened by amendments which will enttrge the supervision of the but these ameai ments are not mentioned and there la nothing In this plank of the platform that can be appealed to to secure any real Improvement in the K the with all of his las not been able to enforce the crim nal law against a single fogreEs with such an antitrust pluric as that Inserted in the Republican platform may he expected Jee Jeffersons Son New June an 111 news of several Charles Jet the former theatrical man he Ant son of Joseph died B hospital CMBplb stomach Cases of Whisky United States Marshal has cases of a wellknown brand of Canx dlon whisky in the warehouse of Hiram Walker Sons In this This a renewal of the efforts of the agricultur ral department to exclude from the American markets this aid otfcer brands of Canadian whisky on the ground that they are not labeled in ac cordance with tbe new pure foodaid drug HELIES QUEST VAIN Must Live Fortnight In England Be fore Marriage to June Helle de Sagan has spent hours In making a tour of the registry offices In an en deavor to discover means by which his marriage with Anna Gould may be carried out without that delay which under the law of England usu ally accompanies such At all the registry offices visited he got the same that the only means recognized by the law to avoid a fortnights residence here be of the aeroplane is Intended to reaem fore marriage is the special license We that of a that can be issued only by the arch license can be The couple hopeful that the wedding could take place the end of It Is easier to work than any former bishop of As Gould flying according to the divorced it is not believed that this It cunuot be upset If thrown from a tower upside down It rights Itself Tho of four capable of driving tbe this but the authorities declare machine with one person that this is impossible without a spe weighs only thirty Ahl dej clal Prince Helle is reported clnres that be has solved the aeroplnna to have renounced Catholicism in or problem Tho invention haa der to marry It is de been patented throughout the Glared that after the wedding the cou a French company providing the pie will retire to the German estates of the Lorgnette Parasol Fad of Npw comos tbe newest aud not from but from a New York con tbe lorgnette It Is sim ply a parasol with an extra long han Into which fits a pair of but tbe idea is susceptible of many va One recently wade for a wo man of always among the first to adopt new is of minium rimmed with Of course of r and a MK Fruit Wine in One Champagne peaches are among the novelties for the A plug Is taken out of the leaving a tnnnol big enough for removal of the Tho ceater of the peach Is filled with au extra dry plug Is restored to ita place and flttecl tight and tbe peach to placed on Of course a food deal of the KM but a fair quacWty remains and the result is that after AD hoi tf FORCED SALE For The Benefit of Those Not Accommodated During The Rush jThis Store Will Be Open Until 9 Donl Miss This as it is the Opportunity of a Life Remember this sale iasts Twelve Days Commenc ing June Closing July at 11 A Few Sample Prices that Appeal to you Mens Fine worth sale Mens Fine all worth and sale Mens Fancy worth 25e sale price Mens Good 15c sale price red and sale price SO dozen Mens el egant mohair 50c sale Big lot of 25c sale price Neckwear In Ttcks and Fourln regular 50c eale Mens Linen formerly sold at this each Mens Heavy Cotton Working fprmerlysold at 3 for at this Mens Heavy Corded Working In all formerly sold at at this Mens Soft and Stiff worth and during this Mens Dress worth during this Black Satin worth dur ing this Mens worth during this worth 50c and 35c Mens blue and worth Mens Working worth for Mens Dress and for Red and Blue for merly sold at this sale 1c Mens All Wpol Black Tibet worth and Mens All Wool Blue Serge worth Mens Kentucky Jeans worth this sale 59c Mens Winter Weight worth do atf on the dollar One lot Working all cost will One lot Boys Shirt worth 600 Boys worth torlno this Boys Knee worth during this sale Boys Dress Ladles Corset Covers go Ladies wprth during this Mens AH Wool In all brown and fancy worth ;