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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESf AfiLfSMfiif POPULflflPLACE IS HOT SPRINGS tsplrliif Stain Hastening Thither in Droves SUMY JIM TAKES TO 60LF f v Cdngretitnun Burton Ar t fives for TehDay Appears snd Says Tariff Can Revised at Coming United BUtet Senator Burkett of Nebraska Alto Need of Re Juvenatlng of the Old Do Famous Hot Tttt joined here by Vice Presldjentiplect who Mid he had come to Virginia mountains to Wet und play for He Judge Tatt on the veranda ol the Homestead hotel the two ex changed cordial Come up to the cottage and see me any Tail after the two had chat ted I will do It and be glad responded But the Tice occupied the aft ernoon with a game of golf with Wil liam In WardTTiatlonal from New and the call was hot t Speaking Sherman no matters of stats had brought He was taking a weeks real and came here at the suggestion of The son and daughter of the vltepresidentelect accompany Representative Theodore Bur ton of Ohio is here and will jeraaln ten Senator Burltett of Nebraska came to discuss proposed Burkett said he found Judge Tatt in favor of pushing the postal savings PRICE ZCENTS PER an invitation from the stop here his rettttn New York en route to Hot Tafts uahlnet hs BEATEN Recwlvers Take Charge of Cleveland Trolley i Tayler of the federal court has appointed Warj Taft Leaves Hot iI rec Blcknell aSd Frank Joint Hot receivers for the Municipal Traction FALLOWS PLANS EXTEND WORK jnuu i reuBivera ior wie Municipal traction L i n Elect Taft left hert today Mdmtwihy and the Cleveland Railway H GD0S0S TO I CmSt 3R PSV for BlVftkivn wliBfO ha fa trt Blarh nf tha tulll I i for where he Is t6 deliver the oration at the dedlcatlouOf the prison martyrs Judge Taft will make only a trief atay in returning here Immediately after ihe dedication Union League Nfew election of Secretary ot Ellhu Root us Unit ed State senator to succeed Senator Platt was advocated in resolutions adopted by the Union League club nt a meet Jest A committee of thirty was authorized W carry into ef fect the purposes of the New Deal for Sea United States marine corps Is to be gradually withdrawn from the ships of the duty of the corps In the future to be to garrison navy yards and naval Root Not candidate for of State Ifllhu Hoot today said I not a candidate for the has been a lot of but all Elach of the receivers Will furnish a boml of Blclrnell is probably one of the best known electric railway builders and operators In the He Is presi dent of the Havana Electric Which controls all the street railways tn He Is identlHed with electric traction com panies in Ohio and other Frank Scott Is secretary and treasurer of the Superior Savings and Trust com pany of toWs The receivers will take charge of the traction system at onco and will oper ate It under the direct supervision of the The rate of It Is will be as as can be made consist ent with good WAR A POSSIBILITY by ENLISTS jHB C7 SKOSTS CelebratedEpiscopal Prelate An Bounces Hie Plans for League of Right Through Which He Proposes Educate Members In the Princtptea and Methods of Right Living So That They May Avoid the Tendency to Diseases Affected by the for giving WorldWide scope to tie Ohristan psy chology he started a year ago along purely local were announced by Bishop Samuel Fallows tank bill at the next session of con He laid before the president elect plan for legislation authorjz IngtheIssuance of to pay for permanent public Senator Scotl of West Virginia and Scott came to spendsom M did Senator Jonathan Bourne of Senator Scott Is in hearty fa vor of Immediate tariff He said he it could be accom the short session of con grass to begin next to Visit White the White House Saturday night andSunday fire of nystertous origin tn the stables of the losterOolunlbus associated breweries destroyed half of the structure Fire men Al Earl Fleming and Wll Ham George Twelve of Hie 100 horses were ers from all sections of the state are to on for the pur pose of determining on the advisability ot a revision ot thetariff aa it may affect their The industry amounts to millionsof doflars annual ly in Ukrris Itaa Issued a requisitionfor Ed mund bookkeeper for the Prorldence Bank and Trust company of who is held In Baltimore charged with responsibility for a shortage funds the Cincinnati that the creation ot a parcels poet would gtre thecatalogue mall order an advantage regular deal1 the Vehicle Just before H ad jounvsd its reso lutions atrongly the parcels PARIS CLOAfclOUSE Store Of Styles showing the strongest line of merchandise toJbe seen in ouf city consisting of S U IT S Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves COATS For IJyening and Street wear the Automobile and f ALSO SeaU Persian Lamb Remember the Ladies of Greenville trade the same here as at Come now while stock is 7O8 State Street Balkan Crisis a Rendered Acute Servian Hostility to I to hls congregation at Pauls Re formed BplBCopal an air of outward calm Is maintained I A new at the Russian foreign the Bal1 Patterned Ja manyrespects after the kan Situation has now reached an1 Christian Science but dlf acute where everything dependB in its attitude toward upon the nature of the note which is expected from Vienna today and the J outcome of the mediation which Rus France nnd Great Britain have un dertaken at at AustrIa4Hun parya with a view to limiting I the belligerent activity of It mediation Is not successful war Js recognized as a possibility in author itative The AustroServlan De lations are too i it is to permit present conditions to con tinue AGED WIDOW ENRICHED Is Awarded Estate of Relative Who Dtdnt Know Mary Wheeler Sonwrby ot aged was declared to be the sole heir to an valued at by an order filedL in the chancery court The property was that of John Wells Russell of East who died year ago leaving no Believing that he had no the state began proceedings to take over his but a subsequent In the justice ot Somorbyn based on Somerby is eighty years old and Is said to been In poor circum Unce 8am Gets Albert Ber a Alaska just be fore committing suicide at Canyon ferry threw In poatofflce money orders payable to him elf In the I declaring that the money was in iiandii of the government andjio one would quarrel over IF after he vas THANKED BY BRYAN Commoner Grateful to Labor Federa tion for the con vention of the American Federation of Labor President Samuel thanking the speakers of the that he had heard since com1ng to Denver that it was intended by the session of congress to pass a bill amending the Sherman antitrust Jmr4n a way detrimental to the labor TOoTejnent He such attempt mm made he would nght it out in balls of At the request of Gompers the secretary then reada letter from Wil liam in which he thanked President Gompers and the other mem bers of the federation for the support given him during the recent presiden If your money Is earning you less than 5 it will pay you to come and rsee We offeplpr investment bonds of the highest mPAIN Mn blood tts blood Ut pctnfal periods with same a t That or fihoops It in 20 aad tha tablrtMliplr dlskiibute blood BraiH and doesnt It and swdTSipaJn TOOL Ot Shoops Headache Tablets HARPY or with iu Hiy trtf u4 M hir jnto TRlSTAtE IN BRIEF FVed 061 er has been appointed of Bdwlng the ni of which ere pUcfcd at and the liabilities at f hunt lag with a muzzle landing shotgun iTIoyd Jones was probably fatally lit lured by the weapon exploding ami driving the breech pin into his charged with setting to cacH on the Houston siding of the Penn WAS found guilty and was sentenced to six years in the Skinner of Hdetead Inn been adjudged She labors under the bulluci nation her husband Is going to cremate her and she has eaten nothing for two The Ray inond Huston of Kenton will prob ably the unanimous call to i Mansfield congregation and at a much because his college mate wants the Hamden Elizabeth age died at her home her demise hastened by grief over the accident befell her Thomas killed by a train a few days Eager to catch the train for George was struck by the Detroit flyer an It pulled Into the Adelsperger has a fractured Bkull and several rlba but way William a traveling salesman for Mil ler ft Poulson Of Saline but whose tome Is supposed to be In was almost instantly killed by being ground benealth fast passen ger age sixty of Kulps a patient iii a private hospi tal in this was burned to death In hlfl It is believed his night garment was Ignited by coming In con tact with a lighted gas BISHOP found the decomposed body ot Theodore J age civil war vet who wandered from his home In the agency by which Kent five weeks In a demented Blgfaop Fallows declares he expects to He had become mired in a spread broadcast the taauhings of pay ewaimp and died from j Leagueor m vftnaer Of has been It wi Right with jthe promotion of and happineas for its avowed he an nounced are to bfir vestabliBhed wher ever The bishop will be at the with title ot So far perfected is the enterprise that BishopFallows was able to an nounce the names ot noted neurolo gists in Europe and toe United States wiho have agreed to asslot htiu by con tributing articles to a course of Btudyt comparable in some ways to Baker Eddys Science and The Trork of the league will be carried on by correspondence this department to be under the charge of Bishop Sid ney Kub of Chicago Fallows said stated more definitely tbe pur poses of the league are To educate Hs members In tbe principles and methods of right living so that they may avoid the tendency to nervous disorders and acquire a fuller use ot their inherent powers to as sist both the 111 and tbe well by sug gesting methods ot self It will particularly aim to the disor ders most amenable to mental and spiritual as nervous nervous men tal some forms of anger Ants Swarm About men are working and night on the steamship refitting propellers and strengthening the hull The it Is will occypy tbe remainder ot the Taking of Evidence Intro duction of evidence In the trial of Ray charged with the murder of Belle Gunness and her three children setting fire to the began this a jury having been secured last Chlpese Emperor f Is the conlensus of opinion in Peking that the emperor of China Is very sick and U reported as lie will not ac western medical arrosted on a by Harvey a rival mush Ames that sprinkled carbolic acid over a rendering it unfit for he had come from the farm to piHe burg less a year which he Hawkins ot Washington has appealed for aid at the Salvation Me declared had not eaten for two five months absence at whither he went because of ill Governor Dawson has returned to this During his stay at Ashe vllle he gained seventeen pounds and COUNCIL OF WAR TODAY Foot and Mouth Disease Causes Anx iety at special meeting of the state live stock sani tary board was held today ac tionIn conjunction with the federal officials in regard to the putbrcaU of the foot and mouth disease among cat tle In Mohtour and Northum berland state Veterinarian Pearson attended the havlhg made an extensive Investigation of tho Conditions In accom panied by Secretary of Agriculture CrUchfleld and three United States In the present out break only six teen farms are State Veteri narian Pearson willremalh In charge of the work until it Is He Is assisted by the entire permanent staff of veterinary consisting of ten and by several temporary Find Bad Money In or the Hungarian miner of Black who was arrested on the charge of making counterfeit and was committed to Jail In default of Witnesses testi fied that Cubla eightyearold son had passed some of the No counterfeiting molds or bad money were found In Cabla but some counterfeit nickels were taken out of t cesspool Into Ills they were thrown by the Delegates to Mining Stuart has named the following to represent the state at annual ses sion of the American Mining congress at 2 Scran ton Potts vllle Morris Philadelphia Grsensburg John Joneff and Plttsburg George Wnyel and Union Scott SIX CHINAMEN DROWN Meet With Accident While Being Smuggled Across the motor boat containing ten Ohiaamen and three white men was wrecked on the break wall off the foot of Michigan Chinamen were drowned or dashed to death against the sea wall four survivors were rescued by the police 1 The while men escaped and Che authorities endeavoring round up men suspected Of smuggling of Chinamen Info this country from ii returned greatly improved in TO BE NEAR HARRY Thaw and Daughter Alice Take Board at Fishkill Lamina William of Harry and her who was the Conn tees of ar rived at Matteawan and a short time later U became known that Thaw and her daughter had decided their home for a while at least near the for the criminal where Harry Thaw is and her daughter have taken board temporarily with the fam ily of Police Justice who lives about a mile from the Sam uel a brother of the jus has been retained as Thaws lo cal To Honor Lincolns JNew superin tendents of school district Jn the United States wjll be asked by the Lincoln centenary committee of this etty to have Lincolns Gettysbury ad dress read to the children in their schools at noon precisely on 12 the one hundredth anniversary of Abraham save her self front a life of white slavery Jennie a sixteenyearold Italian bride of but a few jumped in scanty attire from the third story room of a dowutown house to a low shed and made her way to a po lice where she caused the ar rest of two one a lifelong ac s Oot Hie A quaint character tbe verger of Halifax parish On one occasion a bridegroom aftei the wld that he had w money with the par the yergerfi Sagar wentty the bride 4n way and asked her Baft ever seen Plack Bibles Weve a rare let ou em tu tula ere No not having falnteft or what a Black POCKET Postmaster Morgan Succeeds Where the Doctors Fail New the rapid re covery of Postmaster Edward Mor who was shot last Monday by Brie a demented ste continues he will be at his the first week in Mong811 asked today if the bul let which wounded him had been When told that it had not he asked to have bis overcoat brought to saying that perhaps the leaden had lodged in the lining after passing through bis The overcoat was but the bullet was not in the it must be somewhere bring me the rest of my said His coat and vest were brought and after some minutes the flsbed a battered piece of lead out of a lower vest Hold ing it he said to his wife Youve heard of the blow thajt air most killed my dear heres the ball that almost killed ICEMAN SLAIN WITH TONGS Toolt of Trade Prove Effective Weap on In Tragic New pair of Ice tongs were deadly effect to settle a feud between two Bastside Louie Schneider and Harry Until recently the men have supplied the same but last monthdecided to dividp the Feursteln heard that Schneider bad accused him of acting unfairly and he Vent to the lattern establishment and started for Schneider with a according to seized a pair of tongs and struck at the head of his The tongs opened and one of the prongs buried itself in the brain of killing him MANILA HAS PURE WATER New Two Million Dollar Plant In nw waiter constructed at an outlay of Is The water let loose at the source of supply ip toe Marlqulna vAley and sent coursing on Hi twentymile Journey tothe In its twentyanile Journey the Wftter is carried through ft steel pipe fee Wlln a concrete The of a of tfff JJ the FLAWS FOUND IN OIL OPINION JnofiWfilcfi Will Oe Based Flfitl Effort fo Collect 816 FINE CAsFioES HIGHER Department of Justice at Announces That Sufficient Hat Pound In Recent Advert e eltlon Upon Which to Atk of Thus Bringing Case Before the United Statee preme Court for Conference rproat action of the court peals In Chicago 1n refusing the Unljted States government rehearing of the Standard made famous Its the department of V Justice offluals have decided to the case to the supreme court of thev tinned s V W The following statement waa Issued by the department A prolonged conference was at the department ot Justice Wlbh spect to the action oi the olfr of appeals in Chicago in refusing hearing of tha Standard AU tonW General Bonaparte was in sultatlon with Solicitor General United States Attorney Sims o cago and his VtyW and special OT Counsel in the civil suits against StandardOU It that a considerable number of had been made in the opinion court ot appeals orlginaHy rei and that Judge Baker ot tftai had filed a separate concurring ton wihlch differed materially fn reasoning from ot Judge After a careful all phases of the situation terminod hat an application should be made to the supreme court United States when It orarl to bring up Uon ot the circuit court The necessary for Will be prepared without V if Sevan on the Pittaburg company Govern to bulldVa and sandstooe operations V i i J A SAYS ECZEMA Drove Me Nearly MY HEAD A MASS OF WITCH AND PAW PAW taw pi j fs and to U I procuredi but I no faith whateoovpr In being v1 ray with WJ Soap and applying the coaied I rscawiw Wgbly ami yjm jiage in any Pro Mimyon M   

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