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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED THE EVENING JUNE 2 CENTS PBll Bast June age lost his life here by as tin indirect result of not obeying his The little fellow wag told not to go but did This IB the tenth drowning In the river near here since the beginning ot June year old Audrey Parlelt of near Homer was driving a team of horses hitched to a rake when they became fright ened and ran throwing the girl under the rake and dragging her through the She died several hours June foreign speaking miner known only by a num ber was entombed and three others had a narrow escape by a squeeze In the of Markle ft between Joddo and The en tombed man can talk to the rescuing party and It Is expected to reach him in an hour or June a clergyman of Elizabeth was arrested here on a charge of libel preferred by Miss Wag a member of his It is alleged the minister wrote a letter to the girls In which he made serious charges Involving her and a young Wehr gave June the open ing of the But ler and New Castle street railway will increase the value of the farm land la Us vicinity by at least Is the opinion of President Boggs of Pittsburgh who visited his old home at Evans City and looked over tho completed line in that June Rac coon swollen by under mined an iron bridge so that it fell Just as a hack containing Noah Clark and and Edward Smith had reached the center of the All fell into the thirty feet be but after a desperate struggle freed themselves from the debris and SOLIRSJ GUARD Protect Living President While He Pays Respect to a Predecessor CLEVELANDS FUNERAL SIMPLE KFIKJIIIIII SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close 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 turnisiier June B B lingerie Childrens Hats that should sell to but not bot that way and sold as they were Fine combinations of Mull and over White Dotted Swiss and lace usually with a ribbon bow or dainty rose buds added to give a dash of color and life hundred different styles Wid no two a beauty feast as well as a money saving opportunity without Childrens Headwear a trip to Pitts burgh for one of these Hats BOGGS NORTH Widow of Former President Forbid Any Display of Gold Lace or Military Are Permitted t Do Police June fu neral ot Orover Cleveland this after noon will be marked by extreme ulm No pomp or splendor will hav a place In the There wil be no bands to play mournful dirges on the way to the old Princeton ceme no military no eulogy by The half mile of thorough fare through which the cortege wil pass from the Cleveland home to the cemetery will be policed by soldiers but they will be there for police duty and as a measure of precaution in pro tecting the living president than aa an element of display In paying trib ute to a departed chief I has been Clevelands wish to avoid anything of a military nature a the funeral and it was only when the necessity of guarding President Roose who Is to be in was borne upon her by those in charge o the funeral arrangements that she con oented to the presence ot troops in a police Will Be The final arrangements for the cere mony and the names ot those selected to officiate were not selected until ac ceptances from all had been received Four clergymen will officiate at the house and at the They will read the burial service from the Presbyte rian book of common but will offer no This simple serv ice will be conducted by Henry Van Dyke of the William pastor of the Brick Presbyterian church of New the Sylvester pastor of the First Presbyterian church of where the Cleveland fam ily and the Maltland former pastor of the same There will be no honorary Those who will bear Clevelands body to its final resting place in the Cleveland plot will be Mayor Qeorge Paul Mor Commodore Rich ard Wataon Glider of New York Pro fessor Paul Van Dean Andrew Professor John Junlus How ard McLenahan and Bayard Stockton of Crowds Will Be The services at the which will begin at 5 will be after which the cortege will be formed and proceed to the cemetery down Bayard lane to Nassau the prin cipal street in the thence up Vandeventer avenue to Wlggln which leads to the a high way along which cluster many historic Only those Invited to the funeral and a few newspaper men will be permit ted to enter the which will be The service will be said at the the casket lowered into the ground and one of the countrys most distinguished citizens will have IRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF June Elsaman died suddenly while seated at the breakfast table at his home at June Eltsha Coffman died while her John was being operated upon at the Nlles sanitarium for June a drunken riot at a mining village twenty miles down the Ohio twelve foreigners were all badly June private bank owned by Antonio Bonnettl has The concern was patronized exclusive ly by It la said the deposits amount to about June Kla sell was killed In a sawmill at Ran dolph by being struck In the with a which had become entangled In some June El berfeld of the New York baseball club of the American league has been chosen manager of the team to succeed Clarke who June Charles age a wellknown circus piled papers on the floor of bis applied a match and then lay on the flaming He died of June overcome with the fell from a telephone pole and was badly He was taken to the city A safety belt saved Mountss June four days session of the GermanAmerican alli ance of Pennsylvania commenced here An address was delivered In English by the Pitts burg Jeannette June firing a bullet Into his wifes neck Edward a bottle walked to a nearby where he Bent a bullet into his dying almost Arnold may June Judge Harrison Wilson of Sidney with drew from the Judge James Allreed of Greenville was nominated for circuit Judge by acclamation by the Republican judicial June Edward thirtysix years a teacher of music and organist at Pauls Catholic dived from a boat In the lake at Rocky small resort near this and was June police arrested age and John age both giving their residence as on Democratic National Chairman Launches Boom for Him for Second Place MACK DECLARES FOR CHANLER Lieutenant Governor of New York State Understood to Be Acceptable to Will Not At tempt to Dictate to June Bryan was asked to verify the pub lished report that he would object to Governor Johnson of Minnesota as his running Bryati said I am not discussing the vice presidential sit If I have anything to say I will say it to the June chairman of the national Democratic came to town bringing along a vice presidential boom which he put forth with become but a President Governor Fort of New Governor Hughes of New Governor Hoke Smith of members of the President Cleveland and other notable citizens are expected to Presi dent Roosevelt will arrive on a spe cial train from Oyster Bay at 4 40 He will be met at the station by Governor Fort and they will drive di rect to the Cleveland After the ceremonies the president will leave Princeton at once In his private car Soldiers Will Do Police Although admittance to the Cleve land home and to the cemetery is to be limited principally to personal friends of the family thousands of per sons are in Princeton attracted by the presence of President Roosevelt and other distinguished personages and to witness the Cleveland Princetons police force consists of only a few men and the safeguarding of President of maintaining order and keeping the thoroughfares clear became a problem with the au Mayor Robinson decided to call on Trenton for police assistance and to rope off the thoroughfares from the Cleveland home to the but the utter inadequacy of a score of policemen to handle a crowd of sev eral thousand persons and to keep the cemetery free from intruders became at ouce Governor Fort ten dered to Cleveland the state troops for a military but the tendewas Clevelands expressed wish being that nothing of a military nature should have a part in her husbands Mayor pointed out to those In charge of tire funeral arrange ments that desire of the curious thousands to witness the burial Cleveland at close range might cause them to sweep aside the few polled available as guards and cause a scene of contusion at the When the situation was presented to Cleve Ind and the necessity for guarding President Roosevelt against possible harm was pointed out to her she final ly consented to the presence of troops to assist in policing the suspicion of being the pair who bound and gagged Miss Eliza age of and robbed her of June one of her friends Mar aret Olear of Cambria started home and was struck by The electric fluid tore open one of her legs and burst her She died Her hus iand recently met a violent death In he mines and eight children are left June men ilew the safe of Philip a and secured ISO and notes alued at Inspector Splker and everal policemen chaaefl the cracks men In an automobile and captured One jumped into the but ils pockets were so weighted down by silver that he would have drowned if Patrolman Boswell had not pulled him out THOMAS Bryan will be nominated on the first without a and his running mate will be John Kern of The arrangements for the conven tion are he I cannot see how they could be improved The auditorium ia a wonderful piece of architecture and everything seems to CASTRO ESCAPES AGAIN Unole 8am Will Simply Ignore Him In Diplomatic June American government is not looking for further trouble In Venezuela and the recall of Jacob and Lieutenant Ruggles of the legation at Caracas ap parently ends the diplomatic Incident except so far as President Castro may add to the Almost a dozen officers and agents of the American government are sta tioned in Venezuelan cities and it Is understood there Is no Intention to remove them as they are attending to the Interests of American citizens and their absence Is These agents have no diplomatic But If there should be sufficient reason the state department would not hesi tate to direct them to surrender their exequators and request officers of some other government to look after the interests of the United While such Important events are tak ing place In the affairs of Venezuela the Venezuelan charge SenorVe remains confident that he Is not to be The state de partment has no Intention of having him leave he does so It will be because of the wishes of his own govj The state department does not even that there Is any cri sis In Venezuelan relations with United not being willing to dei fine what those relations are except to admit that the members of the American legation have been called to this country for reasons not There appears to be no Intention to make any further so that what ever Is to be doneapparently must come from President YULE CREW BEATEN Taft Sees Blue of His Alma Mater Lowered to Har vard Crimson STROKE CRI8WOLD COLLAPSES Principal Man In Boat Falls Ex hausted Across His Allowing Harvard to Finish Half a Mile Family New June a deafening din of steam whistles and horns and amid the frenzied shouts of collegians the Harvard varsity eight ehot their boat over the finish winning from the crippled and dls tanced Yale crew that classic of Amer Jean college Harvard Yale varsity boat But Instead of a race Harvard finished the last mile and a halt while far behind Yale limped along with but seven men at the with the the man who had been relied upon to set the winning forward limp and faint from the terrific strain SCHEME TO AID FARMERS A little foretnougut nmy save you no end ot Anyone who makes It a rule to keep Chamber lains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows tbU to be a Fon sale ly Green ville The Bribe That Among Father Dempseys steady boarders was a fellow named He was drunk as often as he could get that Father Dempsey tried all manner of means to get Delaney to quit At last he said to him my if youll stop drinking for sis months Ill give you a check at the end of that time for if I stopped for six months I could write you a check for answered and Father Demp sey ID telling of it later added And indeed he for hes a 1 Louis PostDis A Rapid In illustration of the working powers of George the dramatist and It is said that one night a new piece was produced at a lending theater In Sims sat it out and then returned to his where ho wrote a column and a half ot criticism In It wns near the time for the paper to go to press when he and the boy took the piece verse by verse from him to the composing the boy walking continuously from one to the other for an A Hint to the Old I hope you appreciate the that in marrying my daughter you marry a large hearted and generous I with and I hope she inherits those qualities from tier Ona morning when little Ednas mamma came down to breakfast she was so hoarse she could scarcely cried what a voice youve Extremity your husbands busi ness growing yesl Why last week his receipts were BO large that he had to have a receiver appointed to take care of them land No grand doer In this world faa a copious speaker about big be in most tiptop Chairman Taggart has called a meet ing of the national committee for Sat July when the principal busi ness will be to hear and determine the contests for seats as These are comparatively few In So far as filed with Secretary Woodson they Include contests from the Sec Sixth and Seventh districts of New York the Ninth Ohio and the delegation from the District of It has been reported that a number of seats from Illinois were to be but as no official notice of such Intention has been Mack Brings Another Norman Mack of Buffalo also arrived bringing with him a boom for Lieuten ant Governor Chanler of New York for the vice presidential Conceding the nomination for first place to he I think the nomination for the vice presidency should go to New York i Chanler has demonstrated his popular ity and I am very sure his name would add strengtn to the Would he be acceptable to Bryan he was Mack replied Of Bryan is not attempting to dictate the choice of a running but I dont mind tellln you that In Lincoln I discussed Chanler with him and am sure that the selection would not be June Denver platform probably will declare for strict railway Friends of William Bryan predict that no gov ernment ownership plank will be In Six months ago Bryan Is sued a statement declaring that gov ernment ownership would not be an issue in the Norman Maclc and other close friends of Bryan do not believe that government own ership will be discussed In the Den ver Democrats Need June Demo cratic congressional committee Is con fronting a hard proposition In the mat ter of money to carry on the campaign and Representative Its chair will go to New York for the pur pose of breaking Into some of tho bar rels of Democrats In whose loyalty to the party he has The fact is the cmmittee has begun Its work two months ahead of schedule time this year and while It usually calls for money in September It is stated that Its work Is so far advanced that It must now have funds or call a halt in the sending out of Its It has made extensive preparations which it Is ready to put In operation with the early campaign Qovernment Plans to Distribute Aliens Among the Soil June plan ot service designed to relieve farmers and others in this country from em barrassment In the matter of procur ing adequate help has been Inaugurat ed by the department of commerce and labor through lie division of In formation and naturalization and the postofflce department through tha ru ral delivery The scheme contemplates a general distribution of admitted aliens and other persons seeking There are beingforwarded to postmasters In this country packages of with return for distribution to farmers and others needing the serv ices of laborers or mechanics and who may obtain the kind of help needed by mailing the return information card without payment of For this service no charge Is to be made or fee either from employer or and the experts designated by the department of commerce and labor with this work will exercise every precaution in selecting men and directing them to the proper destina Prohibition Bill Baton June a vote of 20 to 14 the senate defeated the state referendum prohibition This will probably end toe fight for prohibition In Louisiana at this session A similar measure WM recently defeated in the When you need to take something take It promptly for the but take something you know like Dyspepsia and plesantto Jt to by Harry West be re For odol is and ia ia soW KEEP UP BLOODY WORK Shah of Persia Continues Slaughter of His June and disorder are not yet at an end In and while the city is more quiet further street encounters are The shah has appointed the Russian colonel of Cossacks to the position of governor of The shah has issued orders that one house be bombarded each He is making use of a list of proscribed houses belonging to persons opposed to After a house has been bom barded it is subject to complete pll The pillage of the home of Ala who is absent from is appointed for The members of the European col ony are indignant ot the atrocities occurring before their although they themselves remain Representatives of the various lega tions have sent word to the com mander of the body guard expressing their condemnation of the continued plundering of private property and the murdering of innocent Kodol is the best known prepara tion that is offered to the people to day for dyspepsia or indigestion or any stomach Kodol digests all It is pleasant to It Is sold here by Harry West climax it had been a stirring worthy of the best traditions of the old antag onists and with the fitting setting of a marine spectacle such as has seldom been equalled along a regatta course for brilliancy and For the first the president ot the United States was taking keen and ac tive interest as a champion of the crimson colors although com pelled by circumstances to absent him the spirit ot his enthusiasm was voiced by the Roosevelt who witnessed the coutest from the deck of the presidential Secretary Taft Yale was fortunate in having her distinguished Secretory present in the central flg ure of a group of collegians aboard one of the observation who shouted encouragement to the Yale crew as it sped over the early reaches of the course and then relapsed Into glum dismay aa Qrlswold was seen to fall over helpkas In the Yale The race was rowed under the most favorable racing just as the sun was setting over the picturesque with the water broken only by a cloudless sky and a light northwesterly The picture of the straining racers as they started on their course was one ot Intense inter The great drawbridge nlng the Thames marked the start of the with finish at Red four miles Just above the bridge were massed the main flotilla of pleas ure with myriads of trim white hulled steam sloops and the very pick ot the Atlantic pleasure The the Roosevelta had a point of while all about were the racing cracks of every class In American An Exciting Through this maze of craft the rac ers threaded their way in a clear open course 200 feet marked every halfmile with red and blue standards for Yale and crimson for Har Every eye was riveted on the swaying bronzed forms in the boats as they bent to the terrific strain of then 30 and then 34 strokes to the driving their frail craft through the Above the shouts from the onlookers could be heard the shrill voices of the mega phones to stimulating their men and marking time with Tale splashed at the start and the Harvard men had been quick to take this pushing their boat slightly There they hung nip and Harvard stamina against Yale through the avenues of screeching Half a mile from the start the crews were almost side by Harvard being a few feet to the fore one mile Harvard still with Yale holding on dog gedly two Yales spurting and lessening the gap two and a half Harvard still in the with open water between the boats and Yale fighting on like grim Supreme Test Now came the decisive moment with the final stretch almost In sight and the breathless throngs straining to see If Harvard could keep up the pace or would weaken at the Steadily on they when suddenly commo tion waa observed In the Yale boat aa the fell forward his oar and ceased to Yales had already been dashing water Into his pate For nearly a seemed Tale stroke sat bent down as if Then he was seen to straighten up and bend to his oar again and a great shout went up from the Yale cohorts as their crew waa seen to pick up the stroke and rally for another But they were now six lengths hopelessly Five Women Perish In June persona are dead and mnre than a score injured as the result of an explosion followed by flre In a fivestory the upper floors of which were used as a boarding house at 1781 Huron The explosion occurred in the plant ot the Pabst chemical company on the ground The dead are Mary and her four daugh Emma and They seemingly had been hemmed 1ft by the Banes and GRANGE BANKS PROSPER National Convention at cueies Extension of June Na tional Grange bank convention held at was attended by ISO dele gates including prominent men from all points of and many from New York United States Treasurer Treat was to have been but was unavoidably His address was read by Lecturer Dor sett of and was lis tened to with great It was a comprehensive study of banking af with especial reference to grange An Important proposition was formation of A central grange organization to promote grange banks wherever there appears to be a field for Tho plan carries with it a provision to offer to the residents in each place first opportunity to buy The grange banks were reported without an exception to be doing a profitable To Speak From Same June Bryan and Taft will speak In Lincoln on consecutive days during September and it is possible each will listen to the It wag have been made by both gentlemen to at tend the Nebraska state fair and make but the dates were not an An Odd Pott The most curious post card ever pro to a leading philate was one which the Japanese gov ernment put out in In describing he says It Is really a sheet of paper folded so an to form four pages ot a On the front page ta a border inclosing an Im pressed stamp for the postage rate and a pace for the On the sec ond page are printed In native charac ters only minute directions for On the third page are ruled a number of vertical between which the send er was to write his and the fourth page was a They remained in use until Eatln A good example ef the caustic hu mor of a Scotch examiner floats this way from we know not It seems that Scotch parish schoolmasters are In their appointment examined as to their literary One of the being called by his ex aminer to Horaces ode be ginning Bxegl monumentum cere pe began as follows Bxegt monumentum I have eaten a moun said one of the ye needna proceed any for after eatln gic a dinner this pariah wad be a putr mouthfu f Ye maun try some wider SylvlaWhats the matter You look as If you had lost your last went to see a fortune teller and she told me I wag going to marry a dark The only real rich fellow I know la dampy haa md 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 i Womans Black Oxfords will be sold so cheap it 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 KECKS CASH SHOE STORE   

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