Greenville Evening Record, November 27, 1908

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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania o PRICE 2CEJNTS PER SOME liye to dome Eat to But Bat 6r Or live or Bat here and CITY RESTAURANT If vou are well you will be Try a HARVARD or FREEMANS Reliable v The Best Hate ABE HESSE The Leading Glothiet Bargain In Real Estate UNITED STATES MAY INTERVENE IN HAITI Wholesale Executions Mark Pro gress of Latest Revolt She It One of three Lost in Off Now Yorki a fog off I Sandy Hobk the rteel freighter Geor glc of the White Star line rammed and sank the Panama line steamer ft ouftward bound with eightyidvb The went down Within ten carrying with her three passengers Snd one of the The other Including fifteen andfourteen as well others of were rescued FRANCE TORN vate cables received here from Port au state that wholesale u eLuttons in both by the U0t government forces and the revolution lost One was a Persons who are suspected of wonlahi MlB8 irene Campbell of Pah sympathy with the Insurgents are be rmft clflng frantically to the rail lag summarily shot by order of Pres bf Jie verte and conM not be dent Ndrd Panic perBU8dod her nor eame course followed by the v wlli men who manned the small who have control of the fcoatg ftWe lo remove Sho southern portion Of the Wfl3 ns the section who sym veseT Wftg William With the government IB thlra assistant Jumped over frit to death when Ills syte board and Was Charles pathles became known to General SI a policeman of the leader of the Qnd a railroad conduc Ifilg the general opinion In and there this TTnltoil L 1 that Intervention bythe United flotfbt tbathhey wete States its necessary to protect life and Cjark of the Georgic states Will buy an excellent house on Mercer All Modern m provement Get G1LLESPIE CUT We are sole agents for L Cut Glass NeV Line Just Arrived N THEFAIR property in STRIKERS ARE QUIET Priests Plead Their Cause But Em ployers Are Perth though the clay mining and dlay work ing strikers in Keagbey on the outskirts of this made no demon it was decided not to with draw the 1 The Francis Gross of theHun garian churchand the linskl the Polish held a meeting with Keasbey and Keasbey of the Nationa1 Flreprooflng companys New Yorkoffice and their local and urged upon them the needs of the TJie priests asked for the increase from to which the men have The answer that business comllllons did not warrant an advance this Foul Crime Involves Great Names that he was feeling his way Into port slowly hearing n whistle on his port trtad toVeer off and thought he would clear the Panama which unfortunately began to go with the result that the two steamers The FlnancVhad more than 700 bags of mall elephants the Georgics hold were undisturbed by the PARIS IS IN A FRENZY Steinhell Murder Becomes a Na tional IsSufl STORM RAGES AROUND WOMAN GUILTY OF ARSON It Is Poisoned President Faure The arrest of Stelnheil following her confession that for months since the murder of her MUST RESPECT AUTHORITY Cardinal Gibbons Deplores Because of an address at Benedicts school Cardinal Gib bons said The cburish teaches that the ctyll authorities must be respected uo mat ter what the nationality or religion of fche incumbent in i received a letter today from a man asking me ought toreject the because he was in fonnejlihait was not abellever In our I was amazed and can scarcely believe that the man was a true You must have no less respect for at the head of your government than have for the pcpe dn his ROW OVER COCKFIGHT Jury In jCase Rettfrn a Com Pinter husband and who were found strangled in Mie home of LaporteT Lami the artist oiv the morning of May charged with arson and the murher attempt to the assassins and der of Bellf Gunness and her the Innumeralble clues fur threechildren bysetting fire to the ulshed the and fhe newspapers Gunness house on April was were only a ftuce to conceaU the real guilty of Within five minutes 61 the whom she after the verdict reported Judge affords Paris the biggest sensation in Richter sentenced the defendant to years the penitentiary for an I Unprecedented scenes wlt sentehce of iroBi two to twentywne nesserd at the palace pf Justice while t j the woman was under It 4as leaWied that but for two Jurguards being requiredto restrain tbo ors Lawphere wdtlld have been foUnd On the boulevardsmen fought guilty ofmuMer or the for special editions of newspapers hav veratot beliiga Several ing in them accounts 6f tlie members of the it Is held in the lobbies of pftvllamoiit the Na out long for in the first degree tionalists created a hubbub by threat wioh a life So far as coufd enlng to caft the government to ac he learned count unless orders were given imme The jury fttUowlng Blgned dlately to probe the Scandal to the Btatementupbfflcially the undersigned in of Justice who is case of the state of Indiana versus ftstonished by the seriousness of the Ray tainphere fcereby say that It was Is reported alreadyto have this case thatfbe adult body tbiind In the ruins of the fire was that of Belle Gunnesa and case was decid ed by uson ink entirely different prop PfNN Plnlfthes Season Without Tasting Bit ter Cup of a game that was at times bril aud oiten no the University of f defea od Cornell in the laftksglving day football game field by a score ot 17 W Pe naylvania thus closed the season without once drink Ing from the bitter cup of defeat and her followers are claiming least equal rank wlUt Harvard In the wide discussion as to which is the better college football team in the It was Cornells only defeat of the but sho fought hard to Penn eylvanla did not overwhelm Cornell as but found the boys front the shores of Lake Cayuga a harder proposition than they looked The Philadelphia not play qutte up to the form displayed In several 6f her games this the men asa whole not showing the dash and spirit that wns seen In the Michigan and Lafayette YOUSSIFF BEATS JENKINS I Latest Terrible Turk Wins Match In TVee Straight New Mat the newest of the terrible Turks to wrestle in this defeated Tom former cnamplon wres tier of in a catchascatchcai contest at Madison Square the best two out of three Mahmout won in straight bouta throwing the first time In 82 minutes and 40 seconds with a Qii terNelson and catch tie won the second bout more putting Jen kins mat in 7 minutes and 3f The Turk gained his second victory with a double grapevine bar lock WAGNER WINS IN ITALIAN CAR i Frenchman a New Record in Savannah Contest KETCHELL BEATS PAPKE TO FRAZZLE MlcMgalHltTMoiiesfu cnislilng LEADERS CHOOSE One Man Fatally Shot and Another Seriously So at Va the result of a quarrel over a cockflgh Frank a painter ol was shot and fatally wounded Judge police jutilce of Poca was shot the lungs and Lee Carter of Potahontas also re ceived a bullet A crowd joined n a chase after Lawson and a number of shots were Carter was the only one Lawsou was slightly He was Butt will but it is be lieved Oweu will FURS FURS We have a large of Furs in Neck 2 pieces and also Skins for Furs remodeled and First class material u Furrier 9O8 State Wolf Escapes Among wolf be longing to a show from its sage when the street was crowded with The keeper lassoed the wolf and Jndoing so was badly PARK CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Womens Fine Suits Proper correctly at prices to suit Our stock is still complete and should be iromedi ately OUR EXHIBIT OF FUR GOATS for this week is especially at its best and priced as reasonable as any on the Coats and in everything in 8 State Street Steel Schedule May Get Cut of Ten to TwentyPer the tes ttoiony before the ways and means committee of the house it is evident that some possibly 10 to 20 per will be the duties on steel and metal prod uctswhen the new tariff WH is framed No schedule of Ihe tariff has been so difficult of interpretation the ap praisers as that covering and their The on the metal schedule were continued the ways and means cauirnkttee chair man of the tariff committee of the Na tional Association of Is to address the coownittee In favor of tariff revision To gether with President Van Cleave of the Miles was invited to the hearing by Chairman TALKS TO COLORED MEN President Roosevelt of presence ot President Roosevelt at the laying of the cornerstone of thenew homo for the colored young Mens Christian As sociation made the event a most no table one among the colored paopie of the DlstiJct of The preBl dent was the principal speaker of the TVentyflvo thousand UcrDars of for the building was given b JpUu the being raised among the colored in tto9 dtotrlctl The cootractor has promised to construct the building nearly as possible 0th colored Unnouncement Defnitely Made at Philadelphia It Is author iitaulvely stated here today that the question as to who wjll be the next speaker of the Pennsylvania houseot representatives has been definitely set tled by the Republican leaders of the state in the selection of John Cox of It was said that Cox wap agreed upon after Moyer of Leb who was seriously considered for the announced that he would not oppose Frank There has been soine friction In Allegheny county bearing upon the selection ot but it Is said this matter has been fixed up and that no further an tagonism is FREE AFTER 16 YEARS Governor Harris Bestows Thanksgiv ing Pardon Upon John six teen years of confinement at hard la bor In the penitentiary John a age serving a IMe term for second wns the happy recipient of the Thanksgiv ing pardon at the hands of Governor Helse was received in 1892 for killing a fellow wlner at was so nervous that he could not sign his name to the pardon pa pers and this had to be done tor FIREMAN LOSES EYE Mall hook Member as He Lean From Cab a fireman on the Peiisylvanla lost right being struck by u mall hook while riding in his the JDast iJiberty Morrison was leaning from the cab window when suddenly a dark object seemed toflU past he felt a se vere pain in his As he tuined around bis engineer toitf him that his right eye the truth of the allegation printed here the examining entertained with Steiniheil which induced him to stifle the The Inslnuationfi be hind this whtoh involves the remarkable life history of Stein have been on lips for months and explain the Immense curiosity with regard to the Faure Scandal Political opponents of the govern ment like Henri Rochefort have been ttyinfe to make political capital the affair by seeking to force an exposure of the scandal connected with the mys terious death oi Felix presi dent of the in Although hushed up at the it was common knowledge of thosebehind the scenes that Steinheil willv M Panre at tihe Blysee palace when Faure Some of the papers do not hesltaU to print what they term the story ot the According to tht stories Fauve had met Mme Steinheil In Use SwissjUps during the maneuvers the year previous to death and she was greatly enamored of A person who attended the fuuera of Faure described after the ceremony at the Sleln foeil fell on her knees before thegrav and took from her ibosom a bunch o violets and threw it on the coffin he she prostratei herself on the pa8Sjonate kissing Faures ately after according to the sann who had beei complaisant at the friendship exlstini between Faure and his wife and wh had accepted the jUrglon of Honor a the hands of President bega proceedings for a but through the intervention of his faimlly this suit was Confesses Other After Faures death Mme who admits that she detested her ihus formed other some of them with men of political She has confessed before the authori ties that at the time of the murder ot her husband and Japy she had a This man Is believed to be a lien nobleman wbo now is absent from The antiSemitic Wbre Parole open ly charges Stetnhell with hav ing poisoped President The newspaper recalisTihat on the day of the funeral a writer on the San Stanley KatcheM of Grand re gained the middleweight championship of tie world and reversed his defeat ot aat wiieu he sent 3111y the Illinois crashing to th3 floor a welldl ected bloy his opponent flush upqii the caijie n j was master of Ms opponent at any kind of Round by round Ketcheli forced his and when opportunity offered right to head or generally escaping with out a damaging Belying bis appearance and forcing fight through out every Ketcheli was Strong er up to the of the knockout blow than was his Sf Ketchells appearance during the early rounds did not tend to encourage those who had Backed him at odds of 10 to 7 and 10 to but his awkward delivery of blows fast seemed to lull Papke Into a false sense of Papke said after the Is not satisfied with the I want a I did not hear the I the referee say six and theh he I would have beenj able to continue the as I was not buit and recovering I want a return Driving Flat Car 14 Me 402 Miles in 370 Minutes 31 Sec Also a But Driving the German Benz Car Is While Ndxarfo in Italian Flat 6 Finishes Outcome In Doubt Until the Which Was Very driving the Italian Flat car won the grand of 402 miles His total time was 370 minutes 31 Victor a driving the German Benz Car wias time minutes 27 Felice driving Italian Flat car was time 378 minutes 47 The race lay between the cars which finished and from almost thievery Nazarro bad the lead during the lasfhundred lnt met with a mishap last lap and was delayed long to cost him the The finish was the closest andmost exciting In thft history of automobile road winner being in doubt until the official time was Wagner won the Vandenbllt cup race In 1906 and was one fit the fa vorites in the betting for this Hemery was In tact fche first but known as a steady daring was favored by aiany of the Wagners average time Was an This efttabJlshee a new American road From the moment the race gottalrly under way it developedinto a battla between the foreign Tie Aaierl cea racers seemed unable to stand the pace butby the heavjer and more poWerfut speed machines from Germany mid The most stalwart of the slk American mactlheB that started had a motor rated at Sixty horsepower while the eara ranged from HO to 126 t Of American cars etlll on the rpad at the Seymour had finished four teen of the sixteen laps the 3vlth made eleven alrcuits of the and the handled by Ralph hal made Acme flntelied th6 CJhtidwtcTc four 8nd Jhe Bulck but two varous troubles took them out of the iOnnfiur President Congratulates Ver Ver Welbes wonderful work as full tack on Harvards football which defeated Yale last has been recognized by President Roose who has written a letter to Ver Weibc congratulating Dpranobs Victory Ce wjr The of Dorando Pletrf John J In New York In the rerunning of the Olympic Marathon race was received with great enthusiasm by tho Italian press and v Divorced and Died Same of Shelby was a di her Michael The decree was granted at noon and at midnight the lady Watch Dog Saves of John Matthews caught flre during the absence of family and would have been consumed but for the barking of a faithful Thompson Guilty of A Loren Thompson was found guilty of burning his house and seven miles north of Judge Killets RH When Home home of Tom HlcUardson at seventeen milfseast of was but ned and Richanteonb mohct who had seen the said All the skill of the embalmers was unable to preserve the corpse from the dissolvent action of the subtle The newspaper concludes that Faure was poisoned because he opposed to revision in the Drey fus Brakeman Uoses Both Legs Cook and lluee were burned to oj thja a Pennsylvania biakeman Pair 4f lost both legs In the Ashtabula when tie fell beU een movlnisf I Hi tot Buried In lying for twenty waPi CAN BE CURED I want eyery boily to know that my Rheumatism Benaedy relieves pains in stiff or swollen Joints in a few andcures la a few Con tains no Mor caine or drugs to deaden the It neutralizes the acid and out ali rheunoutio poison from the Dont take oldfashion ed dont take dont spend dollar ou doctors as these people have done and get Here is Proofs Those people have testified for MUN VAVM wiimuHnu linttntiMa thftv hllV Rheumatism I am gratelul what you Uavo done for Yoq VONS rouiodios Ijocaufle they have They feol Thoy vunt evory euffoior to know the truth about theno Take who lives tit 1212 Boltuont Ihilndelphlu lio cannot aay too much in praisoof MUK YONS Hheiunatlsm Brown u led a number uf doctors and number of different advertised remedies My Ehenraatism Cure gave almost iponiPiliate relief and ily restored blua to perfect TrV tjiUs remedy today and if you are with Will be Price Bewwer T L w4 Ci Take JIOBEUT who lives at 9QO Locust who says There Is no Joke about youyi wnai you uuvu restored inoto You ore ty to publish my nuwo rofe anyojjei t0JOHN At 1580 Vine sayu ha will bo glad toaoe w KueuwatUm Cure has done wUftt best Doctors other couli not i ;

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