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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNB 2 GENTS PER TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF June Mo Kinney ot the New York Nationals lias been signed by June Henry age of Union was struck by lightning and June tem perature came within a degree ot the record for June and caused great Buf June Ing bees Invaded the room whore Mary Henry was lying 111 and she had to be removed to avoid being stung to June While swimming In the Allegheny river at Ford City Fred eleven years got Into a sand hole and was The body was June a severe storm at Barnesboro a foreign wbose name has not been was struck by lightning while along the railroad and June jury In the case of Policeman Samuel Werner on trial for slaying Chester Reigtmrd returned a verdict of not Relg hard was killed while trying to escape Latrobe Juno the fourteenyearold son of Frederick Hess of Is In a critical condi tion at the Cottage Connells Mis back was broken by falling from a June Swope of an employe of the Philadelphia and Reading Railway shot himself In the base ment of the Hotel He was dead when June sixteen years of of Do squeezed an old mine cap In a In the explosion that resulted Petersons face was horribly burned and one eye was SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close out our re maining stoBk 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 Turner The House turnisher June B B silk Silk Jumper Dresses that far surpass any yet the making and the more or less Plain Co Blue or Black a few plain Tan and Light Blue Grey and Tan and Blue and White narrow and medium Pekin Stripes light and dark Pin Block Checks and Broken Bar No Shirt Waist Suits in this Jumper Blesses an opportunity like jftfe w Cores BOQ03 MEET AT mm m Momentous Political Confer ence Will Be Held There on Saturday THEODORE JUNIOR HUNTS A JOB Eldest Son of the President Foregoes YaleHarvard Boat Race In Order to Look Up a Situation Secretary Loeb Tells All About It Oyster June in the plans of the president announced following receipt of news of former President Clevelands death did not extend to the conference previously arranged to be held here on This conference bids fair to be an im portant one from a political stand point and is likely to have results which will manifest themselves speed ily In developments connected with the presidential Besides Secretary of War Taft and General Luke who is to assume the war portfolio on the presi dential nominees retirement July President Roosevelt will have on Sat urday several other Including a number of members of the Republi can national The person nel of the visiting party as a whole has not yet been made but it Is believed that It will include a repre sentation of the national committee sufficient to give the weight of official political authority to whatever conclu sions may bo arrived It is the In tention of the president to talk over the general political and the probabilities are that after con ference the name of the man who will be the chairman of the next Republi can national committee will be Seeks Secretary Loeb made public a state ment in reference to the published re port that the presidents Theodore Intended entering the employ of the United States Steel cor The statement Indicates that the presidents son may not continue his studies at The statement of Secretary Loeb follows story as regards its implica tion Is a pure John Green who was In the presidents regi has told young Roosevelt that he will try him a job simply as one of the ordinary miners and ex actly as he tries hundreds of others every year and Is trying hundreds this Young Roosevelt is at this mo ment off seeing if there was a chance at another job whore he was told he might get having given up going on the Mayflower to the boat race forthc purpfcse oflooking up this particular which Is in connec tion with a wellknown manufacturing He will probably not decide for two or three months which partic ular place he will Strictly on His Except for the publication in the neither the president nor youngfi Roosevelt knows that the com pany for which Greenway Is superin tendent has any connection either di rectly or indirectly with the steel cor If it it will of course make no Young If he goes into will be hired as a laborer and stand strictly on his own The president does not know whether Greenways company has any connection with the steel but he knows Greenway well and he knows that not all the officials of the steel trust could persuade him to put on or keep off a single man unless it met with his This offer was purely of Greenways own volition and the president does not be lieve a human being connected with the steel trust knew anything about The statement that young Roose velt accompanied several officials of the steel corporation on an inspection of the works last summer is He went out to visit Greenway and It was at that time Greenway offered to take him on and try him as a la borer Just as anyone else Is TO OPPOSE BRYAN Guffey Said to Back Former Boss of New June Warren Worth Bailey of the Bryan League of Pennsylvania says he has received private advices from New York to the effect that the corpora tion Interests opposed to the nomina tion of Bryan at Denver have chosen exSenator James Smith ot New Jersey as the candidate around whom they will rally and endeavor to National Committeeman Guffey of Pittsburg is said to be one of the mov ing National Delegate Robert Cress well of Cambria county comes out with a statement in which he says he will fight any proposition looking to the re election of Guffey as and that so soon as the Pennsylvania delegation reaches Denver the Bryan men will be massed in opposition to tie forces of the Pittsburg man in the Juno Attorney General Cunning ham states that there will be two or possibly more of the capital cases called for trial in the The pre liminary work will be undertaken next Although at present no one can say what cases will be June bell which Harry Thaw pretented the Ap pleby Manor Presbyterian congrega tion at the same time bis mother gave church in memory of Joaiah IB In the the debris of the destroyed flra CLEKELMDJS Former President Expires Sud denly at His Home at HEART FAILURE CAUSES DEATH Three Physicians and Cleveland at Bedside When End dren In New Hampshire With Their Grandmother Spending the Juno twice president of the Unit ed died at oclock at his In this quiet college where he had lived sines his retirement us the nations chief almost twelve years When death which was were the death chamber on the second floor of the Cleveland res idence Joseph Bryant of New Clevelands family physician and personal friend George also of New and John Carnochan of An official statement given out and signed by the three physicians gave heart superinduced by stom ach and kidney ailments of long stand as the cause of While Cleveland had been In poor health for the last two years and had lost 100 pounds In his death came Some three weeks ago he was brought here from where his condition for a time was such that the hotel at which he was staying was kept open alter its regular season because he was too 111 to be But when Cleveland was brought back to Princeton he showed signs of Improvement and ac tually gained flve pounds In Sends for Although confined to his room con tinuously after his return to Prince It was not until Tuesday that Clevelands condition aroused uneasi ness on the part of Undoubtedly affected by the Cleveland showed signs of failure and Cleveland telephoned to Bry who came over from New York on the train arriving here at Lockwood followed Bryant from New York and when they reached here who had been Clevelands local physi cian since the former president came to was also called Dur ing the evening Cleveland seemed to rally and who al ways has been optimistic about her husbands felt assured that It was another of the many at tacks Cleveland has suffered and she Informed those who Inquired that Clevelands condition was not Cleveland became worse during the night and Cleveland was called the bedside of her The nguished patient sank Into from which he recov ered at times only to suffer a This continued throughout the flight and early The last time he became unconscious was about two ho Death was peace Just before he died Cleveland sought to say but his words were The Official The text of the official statement given out a short time after Cleve lands death was as follows Cleveland for many years had suffered from repeated attacks ot gas tric intestinal Also he had a longstanding organic disease of the heart and Heart failure com plicated with pulmonary thrombosis and oedema were the immediate causes of his Some two or three hours later In answer to a said that the heart failure which occa sioned death was induced within twen tyfour hours of the end and death was finally due to thus corrob orating ihe unofficial Information that Cleveland began to grow worse Tuesday The news of Clevelands death came as a sudden shock to the people of as It did to the people of the rest of the Everybody in Princeton knew he was sick and was Interested in but none seemed to think the end was so As the news spread about the university flags were placed at halfmast and every body was disposed to stop and talk and express regrets and extol Cleve lands Many intimate friends ot the family and many others not so close called at the Cleveland Few were able to ses Cleveland and all of them left The newspaper photographers and others became so numerous that the police placed a policeman on guard at the Cleveland home and no one but intimate friends and those In charge of the funeral ar rangements were permitted to ap proach the Messages of The Cleveland residence stands in a Beautiful spot at Bayard lane and Hodges avenue on outskirts of The comfortable looking structure of colo nial Is well back from the two It Is painted white and almost hidden by stately pino Hera It was Clevelands wont to roam and enjoy the lite ot retirement It was not until late in the day that messages ot condolence began to come in from all parts ot the world to de of first was from eut who win attend which wljl be held tonwr Ufl TUFT War Secretary Expressed miration for Character of Grover Cleveland COMMITTEE MEETING PUT OFF On Account of James Shermans Illness Taft Asks That Gather ing of National Committee at Wash ington Be YOOO QEOVEE From his last w i i V IJXV in Princeton cemetery In the family where lie the remains of the eldest of the Cleveland whose death was a sad blow to her Cleveland denied herself to all but a few Professor Andrew West of Princeton university and Bay ard a Princeton lawyer and a member of the famous Stockton fam were at the house all day and were In charge of all Among those who came here to extend per sonally their sympathy was Cleveland Bacon of New nephew Paul Morton Bacon Is the son of Cleve lands of To He came here In response to a telegram and is assisting Cleve land in the funeral Oth ers who came to Princeton were Paul president of the Equitable Life Assurance of wnich Cleve land was a and Richard Wat son Gilder of New Morton returned to New York in less than an hour after his arrival He came to Princeton for the sole purpose of sympathy to Cleve land and to tender his An other caller was Colonel Frederick assistant adjutant general of the national guard of New who came as the personal representative of Governor Colonel Gilkyson did not see but extended Governor Forts condolences and also tendered on behalf of the governor the services of all or any part of the na tloual guard of the state as an escort for the The tender was de clined because of Clevelands preferepce for a quiet Children Not at So unexpectedly did Clevelands death occur that not one of his four children was at The children are ait the Cleveland summer home at rinder the care of Clevelands Word was sent to them of their fathers death and they will start at once for The children are age fourteen ago twelve age and Fraucis age Jtuie 500 persons were at the Peoples bank when the doors were but after many had drawn out their money the run was over and normal conditions prevailed he remainder of the The Harry who shot left in cash at his His shortage amounts to a little over that June an opin ion to Chief of Mines Roderick Dep uty Attorney General Fleitz rules that the commission to revise the bitumin ous mine laws of the state Is not limit ed to revision of the act of but can revise all existing statutes of the commonwealth on soft coal mining and incorporate In the report to the legls laturt such changes as it may deem June a MJddletown has sued the Central Pennsylvania Trac tion company because he was struck by He claims that he was on a car and that owing to the failure of the company to provide lightning arresters a bolt hit the oar and knocked him off the In falling he alleges he struck on his left arm and was in capacitated for Bachelors DC dore was gl degree hy Ha thyea yearsot fr of President bachelors university ftftey TANKS DESTROYED Lightning Plays Havoc With Warren Oil June until 5 oclock lost evening dfd the firemen leave the plant of the Warren Refln ing which was struck by causing a The bolt struck a large brick which The fanned by the soon spread to two others near which were consumed with the brick wax storage house and Eight tanks containing about barrels of crude and re fined oil were Great clouds of smoke rolled the plant and flames shot thirty feet By hard fighting the flames were kept from the benzine tanks until C when one large tank Ignited and the blaze soon spread to the other and own ers of the cannot state whether their loss is fully covered by Insur Many houses adjoining the re finery were in danger of being burned through the explosion of tanks and the occupants moved their goods to On this reflnery was totally but was immediately rebuilt and will probably be In opera tion within three June dan ger of further damage from the fire resulting from a tank of the South western Pennsylvania Pipe Lines com pany at Meadowlands being struck by lightning is The barrels of oil were although the oil soaked ground is still New June Charles the alleged murderer of Miss Arllne Knlsely here last Fri day night and who Is believed by the police to have attempted to end his own life with the same is Steuve of who was in the picture show business with Spach in that city and who was charged by Spach with murdering Miss Knlsely and shooting has pro duced three witnesses from who testified that he was In the latter city on the night of the Steuves alibi was complete and he was New June death of exPresident Cleveland threw Into a shadow of genuine sorrow the coin1 mencement festivities at Secre tary William Taft was Informed the demise of Cleveland as the pro cession of theofficials of the univer the faculty and the graduates was forming to march to Woolsey In which the commencement ex ercises were He expressed his deep regret at Clevelands death and said President Cleveland was one of the great men of the His death is a distinct loss to tjie American Later In the day at the commence ment dinner the secretary paid a beau tiful and eloquent tribute to the dead At the conclusion of the commencement exercises Secretary Taft announced that on account of con tinued Illness of Representative Sher his running mate on the Repub lican national he had decided to postpone for one week the meeting of the subcommittee of the national committee which was appointed to meet him In conference to select a national The adjourned meeting was to have been held in Washington on July By Secretary Tafts it will not be held until July In The secretary sent a tel egram to his private secretary in Frederick directing him to send telegrams to each member of the subcommittee notifying him of the change in the date of the said Secretary Is anxious to be present at the conference and It seems now that he will not be physically able to be in Washington next It is de sirable therefore the conference be ExGovernor Herrlck of Ohio tele graphed Secretary Taft that Sher mans condition had Improved mate rially but that he yet was a very sick At the alumni after the for mal commencement Sefcre tary TaEt delivered the second of his scheduled addresses for the He made only a casual reference to poll tics In his that being when he begged to advise the youngest alumnus of Yale that the term democrat Is a mere historical To what was regarded as a significant extent outlined his own position when he said he had come to Yale to be filled with Yale which was the spirit of pregresslveness without the spirit of Taft sat between President Had ley and Senor Joaquln the Brazilian who was here to receive a Yale He was not permitted to take his until he had been given a ringing shout of welcome and the Chautauqua sa lute by the big assemblage of Plerpont Morgan was seated next to the Brazilian He received the degree of doctor of but was obliged to leave the dining hall before the speechmaldng IS BETTER Candidate Wany Symptoms W Improvement with a passage of h8 home from the Chicago con resting most comfortabl JBudSeffiSSl and Stone were much pleased with the progress made and are of the opinion that the necessity or an Im mediate operation has been passed They advised Shernian to hava the trouble as soon as he shall gain his normal was beat Indicated by the reafllng of file temper which a general lower ing of and a half degrees since last physicians considered this a hopeful Sherman is In much better She is from her exhaustion following the long jour ney here on A hot It Is not ex pected that Shermiiti Mil be able to leave the hospital before He attended to his correspondence to day and sent a telegram to Grover A While Shermans CjauUtton is hourly growing better andathere U every reason to anticipate hli speedy illness is ofUuch a nature teat there mar be tfnprlttcal turn at any tending I do Uclpate a sudden The is under constant At a conference with H Stone and myself could see no necessity for an Immi ate but we did an operation be performed in the While his condition does warrant this immediate yet not predict what tomorrow may During his waking hours the date conversed freely with those his He suffered no ing the day he sent the following sage to Cleveland v The news of the death of your dis tinguished husband was a great shook to You have my sincere sym Shermans temperature did go below 100 during the although it was as high us at 4 pulse was 90 at 7 and went down to 76 from 1 to 4 The respira tion dropped from 32 at 7 to 24 at 11 June a who in March shot and killed Ella Paschal and Louise was convicted of mur der in the first Paschall was Bellas commonlaw When you need to take something take it promptly for the but take something you Itnow to he re like Kodol For Dyspepsia and Kodol is plesant to It is reliable and Is guaranteed to give It is sold by Harry StandPatters June leader of socalled was chosen permanent chairman of the Republican con vention defeating Robert the choice of the The convention adopted a state platform which gives enthusiastic indorsement to Governor Cummins and the progres slve legislation upon railroad and cor poration The platform also gives warm indorsement to the serv lees of the Iowa delegation in Murdered n the June telegram from the Island of Negros tells ot the mur der of a government forester a school teach and four Filipinos by hill tribes The party had started across the Island of which is one ot the least civilized ot the extreme south ern group of and had been missing for six June Phi Hpsllon a high school with eight chapters in this at its annual convention here today elected Governor Stuart an honorary June Stuart issued directions that the na tional and state flags above the capi tol be placed at halfmast and be kept In that position until after the funeral of exPresident June deaths are charged to the present heat The victims are Artuur age six Albert age twentyseven Mary age three and John of KECKS CASH SHOE STORE Now Listen Ladies We are going to have an OXFORD SALE We now commence a great Closing Out Sale of Womens Black You can wear them for three months but our time to sell them is Womans Black Oxfords will be sold so cheap jt will be cruelty to your feet not to buy Buy two pairs of them at Just glance over these prices Womens Cross and Queen Quality and Womens and 00 Womens and See These In Our Windows S5H0I5 V   

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