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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PBR Van Dyke Reads Words worths Happy Warrior at Clevelands Funeral LAST WISHES ARE OBSERVED Democratic Simplicity Marks President Rooiavelt and Other Ota tlngulihed Men Stand With Family at Grave of Former June Clevelands body lies In the Cleveland plot In Princeton Ait 6 just as the sun was sinking In the a distinguished company si lently watched as the body was low ered into the Then the sim ple burial service of the Presbyterian church was and before the last of tie carriages in the cortege had driven up to the path leading to the burial place the benediction had been pronounced and the members of the President Roosevelt and oth ers who had gathered about the grave were leaving the Many of tha personal friends of the dead states man lingered about the spot which to mark his last resting place and each in turn was permitted to cast a shovelful of earth Into the Agreeable to the wishes of the services both at the house and at the cemetery were of the simplest An Scriptural a brief prayer and the reading of a William Wordsworth Character of the Happy War eoDStituted the services at the while the reading of the at the grave wai brief and im Altfcgugh 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 Juno B Si B childrens 45c Only one way we could get them to sell at this taking all the maker Plain Blue Chambray best color and style made and just right weight Kind of Rompers always sold at a Half lot 45c dozen Large complete assort ment Childrens to Blue ax4 White White hall dozen or 9f funeral was of a strict ly private those In attendance numbered many distinguished Including President Roose Governor Port of New Governor Hughes of New Governor Hoke Smith of former members of Presi dent Clevelands officials of the Equitable Life Assurance members of the Princeton university faculty and friends and Funeral Simple Cleveland was burled with all the simplicity and privacy that he himself might have There was nothing that savored of the offi cial and the military element was In jected solely as a measure of precau tion In protecting President Roose The president arrived at and upon reaching the house he went to offering his sympa thy and expressing keen regret at Clevelands The president then returned to the reception A few minutes later the four clergymen who officiated came followed fby Cleve land and the Esther and As they appeared upon the accompanied by Joseph the whole company rose and remained standing throughout the Cleveland was gowned n black and wore a becoming hat with a short drooping Gather was also In black while Richard wore a white and black The services began with an Invo cation by the Sylvester Beach of the First Presbyterian church of which was followed by Scrip tural reading by the Maltland Bartlett of the West Firms Presbyte rian church of New a former laitor of who read from the fourteenth chapter of the book of and a number of passages from the fourth and twentysecond chapters of Wordsworth Poem And they shall see His read Bartlett In and His name shall be In their forehoads they shall hunger no more nnlther thirst any neither shall sun Ieht pnon hem nor anv for wMch Is in the midst of the eed them nprl shnll unto ing fountains of Ood shall wine n1 fro om Henry Van Dyko than soi according to tli n whose sllchtest wish this niiTifit we all respect there will no or but there was a poem written more than a hundred years ago by William Wordsworth which is expres sive of hit He then read he Character of the Happy Thli was followed by readings from Presbyterian book of common wor the services at the home con cluding with The services were concluded at 5 SO and five minutes had been carried to the hearse and the procession started 1U way to the Along the streets from the house to the ceme tery national mounted and on policed the As President Roosevelt passed through the gate leading from the Westland grounds the militiamen presented arms and the president doffed his hat in recogni The six on either side of the marched with the pro cession as It wended Its way slowly down Bayard lane to Nassau street and on along the main thoroughfare of the Business had been sus pended curtains were drawn In many of the The silent crowd stood with bared heads as the proces passed along Into Vandeventer and the bell In the of Oil Nassau hall toled cemetery was readied a few minutes before 6 The mem bers of the family alighted with the four clergymen In the walked down the graveled path leading to the open grave and the rosestrewn grave of both almost hidden in the profusion of green boughs and Cleveland stood with Bather and Richard and Bryant as the coffin was slowly lowered into the The William Rich of the Brick Presbyterian church of New York had started to read the committal service even before Presi dent Roosevelt and others had reached the The president stood just back of Cleveland as the Impres sive flnal words were The services lasted less than five The ceremonies President Roosevelt with Secretary Loeb and several secret service who at tended were driven to the rail road where he entered his private car and remained until the train pulled out at when he ap peared on the rear platform and ac knowledged the cheers of the Roosevelt Llkee the Oyster June dent Roosevelt in speaking of the fu neral services of former President Cleveland at Princeton expressed hts at the simplicity of the cere monies and said they were entirely In keeping with the character of the dead The reading of Words worths The Happy Warrior was sin gularly I do not care for Wordsworth as a but that poem In particular is an especial fa vorite of he June move ment has been started In Essex where Grover Cleveland was to raise a fund for a national monument to his Several of the most prominent citizens of the state have been Interviewed on the subject and have expressed a desire to be among the subscribers to such a With in the next few days it is expected that a committee to take charge of the fund In New Jersey will be June a foreman of a construction and repair gang of the Pennsylvania was struck on the head by a His skull was crushed and he The tie was thrown off a car by some of Harmans who did not know of his June Michael the miner who was entombed in the Jeddo workings of the Markle mines by a was rescued ap parently not having suffered any physi cal only to die a few hours after he was taken home from nervous shock and June first general mortgage to secure bonds to be Issued for by thePltts Youngutown and Ashtabula Rail road company was filed with the county recorder here to the Central Trust company of New The money is to be expended for June State Dairy and Food Commissioner Foust declares that not one of 200 samples of canned vegetables and the like taken by state agents had been found to be preserved with chem The test was made In about twenty not including Phila delphia and June a Penn sylvania train was coming In a pas senger en route to Virginia suddenly went violently Insane and jumped from a After a chase of over a mile the man was apprehended and locked in the county A memoran dum book containing the name of Theodore was found on Congressman Littlefield Ridi cules Claim That Laws Have Been Enforced SAYS LABOR EXISTS BY CAPITAL Maine Soon to Retire From Makes Remarkablj Address to Illinois Bar Association Says Sherman AntiTrust Law Is June Congressman Charles Llttlefleld of addres sing lawyers and jurists at the closing session of the annual meeting of the Illinois Bar made a caus tic criticism of the application of the Sherman antitrust He declared that the law Itself is brand ed proposed amendments to the act as an attempt to infuse life into some thing and closed with a veiled attack upon President Hoosevelt After questioning the efficiency of the anti trust law on the ground that It leaves too much to the discretion of Juries as to the reasonableness or unreason ableness of actions which might re strain he endeavored to show that no similar laws with Indefinite provisos ever had or ever could be en He said Senator In the Republican national said that Presi dent Roosevelt had enforced the laws as he found them on the statute The Republican platform congratu lates Itself on the enforcement of all the In the light of cases I have cited to you it would seem that proc lamation and not performance constl tues enforcement of the The distinguished publicists think business men are very much disturbed for fear they are facing a cell for doing business under modern meth I do not think that this appre hension has any reasonable founda The speaker pointed out that but seven convictions had baen secured under the Sherman law since and continued It may be that the predatory rich are lurking in every corner and that malefactors of great wealth If this be true and they have been golMg about seeking whom they may the extent to which the wick ed have thus far gone unwhlpped of Justice borders upon the The whole subject to which conspira cies In restraint of trade relate Is an On the one you have labor and on the other You bear more ot capital in association with restraint of trado than you do of labor and little is said about a conspiracy tending to create a After all It is not a bad thing that capital exists that it may provide for the existence of Bilious Troubles Bile causes no end of Sick bilious constipation and many distressing ailments arise from an excess of or from obstruction of the bile sedentary occu pations and indiscretion in feeding and drinking are bile blunders that need to be guarded When the liver is disordered the best bile correctives are BEECHAMS PILLS because they relieve the overworked and gently stimulate it when it is These pills control the flow of restore its right con and work for the immediate and lasting benefit of the bowels and Whenever a furred yellowish or headache indicate bilious use Beecham s Pills at to correct the bile and Regulate the Liver Boxes and wllh full DRY CLEANING AS A SCIENCE The Most expensive and Delicate Fabrics of a Womans Wardrobe as well as Clothing of are Successfully Cleaned and Refinished by our New and Wounderful French Dry Cleaning On Investigation of the recent de velopiuent of this we have discovered that while its cleaning process far surpassed the old method used in our Tailoring Business since iu establishment in the gar ments lacked the shape and pressing produced in our The Unique and Original Idea ot Cleaning Works connected with a Tailoring Business IB the outcome of this Our New French Dry Cleaning Works is equipped with modern elec tricpower and operated under the supervision of an expert formerly employed In the leading works ok the We clean everything In the wear lug apparel of women and chil dren the sllghest Injury to the Waists and Presses of any no matter how elaborately are successfully cleaned without Ing taken We put new life and lustre Into goods that have grown dim and Household Fabrics restored juat like new anything from lalnty art novelties to heavy plush portiere are treated wltn equal our marvelous process Dyeing by an improved any shade or correspondence and ully answer all Our on DRY success GOVERNORS PET PROJECT la Good Road From Plttsburg to Phil He June Governor who in an address before the Pennsylvania Bar association advocat ed the building of a broad highway jetween this city and de clared today that during the remainder of his administration he intends to use ils efforts to have theplan take tangl le form and that he will embody the recommendation for the building of such a road in his next message to the Governor Stuart said that he had not previously taken the matter up publicly because he was not sufficient ly informed in the matter but that he had been gathering facts and that he expected to bring the matter before the legislature In such manner as to secure the passage of a bill authoriz ing the building of the Stu art said he had not as yet been able to get any idea as to what such a road might but he felt that something definite would be done In the direction of starting the highway before his term MGEE AGAIN CONVICTED Jury Finds Labor Leader Guilty of New June union labor was found guilty by a jury in the common pleas court today on three counts alleging Intimi dation In a strike at the McLagon foun dry in this city about ten months ago and wag sentenced to three months in jail on each total of one years Stay execution was granted in order to allow McQee to ap peal to the supremo McGee was upon retrial ordered by the supreme court In a decision hand ed down The first trial re sulted In a a jail sentence and The case was appealed to the supreme court of the state on the ground of alleged Irregularity in the drawing of the jury and error was THISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF June at Somerset which started lu a livery caused a loss estimated at June applicants for state certificates to prac tice medicine under eclectic rules ap peared at the annual examination of the state June a wellknown furniture deal er of this Is age Three days ago he was seized with an attack of June chief clerk In the office of At torney General has gone to Des where he will be married to Miss Fannie Falls Four Storlea In New June twenty years a son of president of the Bankers National was probably fatally falling from a fourthfloor window at 74 Jackson was try lag on a suit of clothes in a tailor shop and as he backed away from a mirror stumbled over the low sill ot the An awning broke the but young man sustained a fracture of the skull aad Internal When peed take It promptly for take something DUNS REVIEW OF TRADE Industrial Resumption After July New June Weekly Rtrtew of Trade says today Midsummer quiet Is augmented this year by the general contraction that has occurred In all departments of trade and but splendid prog ress of the crops strengthens confi dence In the future and preparation for a large volume of fall business Is gradually increasing the percentage of active Erratic fluctuations IB prices of raw material retarded Im provement in cotton but the recent sharp advance In hides and leather on account of of cat tle failed to check progress at shoe fac and a fair tonnage of new busi ness Is received by the steel June Horse Semiannual c earance sales of dry thieves are still doing business In this goods were wel attended country mer the latest victim being Chal Hants especially reporting depleted mers Remaley of near The at satlsfac ory prices and re T constabulary Is In ports from all sections of the country testify to a good distribution of light June fall of idla freight cars have slate at Bradley occurring been reduced to leag than and while they were propping the i shop3 are resuming re killed Andy age and palr work Generous small orders Frank age I make up a fair tonnage of new bual June sevj ness In the Iron and steel oral days of Intense suffering from but buying Is conservative as is cus lockjaw Peter age tomary at this season In most depart dled at his home near New I The usual Inventories and re Three weeks ago he stepped on rusty pairs will be made next reduc ing operations at mllU and furnaces but resumption of work will be on a much larger scale than has prevailed of Export trade Is although there Is no dis position to make any further reduc tions In steel June a pair of steers were being driven through the city they broke away and one ran into the barroom at the Leroy hotel and the other into Malones den tal June Brad a commission who Is said to be wanted the country was arraigned before United States Commissioner Johnson charged with using the malls to June A turtle weighing 225 pounds and confined in a galvanized iron tank was by lightning and The turtle was to have been used for soup in a restau rant and was on June the semi annual meeting of the fisheries com mission of the state department of fisheries here the report of Commis sioner Meehan showed that fish had been turned out by several hatcheries of the state during the six months Just the total being equal to the entire output of During the six the report arrests had been made for violation of the laws protecting Three Drown In Flooded June Eva age sixteen Miss Maud of and Max were drowned in the flood caused by the overflow ot the river The girls had gone in bathing In Cornelia which was over Miss Ehler sank and Miss Worlds went to her went down and Max Sues then dived or He did not come Stalwarts Coie June seems cer tain that the stalwart wing of the Republican party la North Dakota has lost the The next United from North Dakota will probably be from the progressive fac tion of that as North Dakota ia unlikely to elect a Con gressman Thpmas progres sive has been making such great inroads in stalwart territory where Little was supposed to be that there seems hardly a chance that Little will get even enough votes to give htm a place on the ticket at the general election next the 1 cold wd Vermont Not for June Demo cratic state convention adjourned after animated session devoted to the election of delegates to the national convention at the nomination of candidates for state officers and the adoption ot a A resolution Instructing the delegates to vote for William Bryan for president was tablet by a vote of 193 to 37 after a lively Kodol Is the best known prepara tion that la 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 NO ODDS OFFERED Vanity Elghti Evenly Ao cording to June Is no favorite for the intercollegiate race which will be rowed on the beau tiful Hudson river course here this evening at 5 weather condi tions The chances seem to favor pretty evenly the crews of Pennsylvania and til of which are In racing form and are known to have made fast time In their The Cornell and Wlscon sin coaches frankly admit that they do not regard their eights as fast enough to win and the best that either hopes for is a place somewhere near the lead ing The betting which last night made Syracuse favorite at 8 to S changed When the backers ot Pennsylvania seized so eagerly upon the odds of 4 to 1 offered on that crew the bookmakers marked up their quo tations on Pennsylvania to the same figure as that on They did the same thing with Columbia after Columbia had the substitutes race last This which Is called the gen tlemens served as an appetizer for the more Important races of to days It began at the one mile mark and finished opposite the Pennsylvania making the course a mile and a Pennsylvania and Columbia were the only having positions in the order named beginning from the west Columbia won by a little more than a length over which defeated Pennsylvania about four The times for the crews were Columbia took the lead at the start and the boats were In the order of finish practically all the except that Cornell and Penn sylvania were on even terms for halt a Fifty Armed Men Loot Mexican City and Escape to the Mountains BANK AND POSTOFFICE ROBBED City of State of Csn tured and ftUIn Terrorized Into With City of June sto ries concerning a formidable revolu tionary outbreak In the northern part ot Mexico were wholly discredited by telegraphic reports received from Gov ernor Cardenas ot the state ot Coa According to these one ol the boldest bandit raids ever attempt ed In the history of Mexico wai suc cessfully carried out when the town ot Vlesca was assaulted and The numbering all well armed and swooped down upon the town without A fee ble resistance was made by the but after three ot them were killed three wounded the had things their own They proceed ed to the releasing all the In some of whom joined The bandits next headed for the Bank ot Nueva a branch of the main institution of that name In the city of They Overpowered the em ployes and robbed the bank of all the monoy they could get at The Is not stated in the official Thence the robbers went to the gov ernment stamp looting it and doing great damage to the They then turned their attention to the express robbing By this time the whole of the popu lation was The bandits cut the telegraphic wires and tore up some railroad before com munication was interrupted word WM sent to the state capital of the Governor Miguel Cardenas immediate ly reported the raid to the secretary of the Interior here and dispatched local troops to the After imprisoning the municipal officers and further terrifying the in habitants of the the bandits got word that the troops were on the war to the They then puling by way ot the hacienda Hornos and the town of Matamoros de la At this place they encountered the first detachment of troops sent to capture A lively flght In watch which one trooper was killed and sev eral The soldiers one of the but the remainder made their escape to the June Ar a prominent is In the KUUnnlng hospital as the result of injuries received during a He was in a tent when the storm The wind blew the teat some distance June Har low of won the Grand American handicap In the shootoff at the Arlington range with bis Woolford Henderson of Harlow broke 18 out of 20 birds and Henderson 17 out of June state Osteopathlc association has begun its eighth annual convention here with more than 200 physicians the forecasted a vigorous effort to secure a new law at the coming session of the state ACCIDENT SPOILS OUTING Three Clubwomen Injured In Couching Party at June two Uiouiand clubwomen who came here from Boston for an outing went back greatly laddeaed as a result of an ac cident wnicli caused serious Injuries to three ot their Many of the who were delegates to the biennial session of the general federation of womens clubs in had been enjoying carriage drives about the city and It was the occu pants of a coach bound Bostons beach who met When the coach had reached the top of a steep hill Its forward axle broke and nearly all of the women were caught beneath the which turned completely Automobiles carried the injured to the Newport Three remain They are Hanry fracture of skull Dav collarbone and three ribs fractured Sun ankle dislocated and bruises and cute about the The1 condition of Wayne la re garded as It IB thought that Davenport and Sundeaa June body of Archie age wealthy was found an the road Bide not far from his farm at He had committed suicide by discharg ing a revolver below his right ht 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 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 1VV H M CASH SHOE   

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