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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                S PA DECEMBER PRICE 2CENTS tithe iirtt law of and the Krf MMpresemtfcm Protect your health fne common Trod keep mjr free book Hpwtb Oaf Invent TBtre mosey la waettcal whether lam or Send description for opinion at to JOSHUA Mi ChMtnut 306 Ninth 80 Dearborn Vttuth Who Killed Mother Mfay Go to the boy Indicted for murder in the first degree for the bra1 UU murder of his mother on It when he kilted her by beating her j to death with a may escape it a series ot confer held here result After spending almost the entire dajr In an effort to secure a Jury and ex oueing many venlremen who hid opin ions against capital punishment the defense moved to obtain a com promise plea of with an Indeterminate sentence Jn tile Ohio state reformatory at Super intendent Leonard of reformatory Is here in conference with the states therprlsoners his It Is likely the trial will come to a sudden termination by the state accepting a plea of guilty to man with a condition that young Hazel be confined In the reformatory for more than ten OF REELECTION wm Uptodate information about CREMATION j s be cent upon receipt of your name and postal will do PITTSBTTROH Chapel and Crematory 433 Sixth Virttora Welcome It Mrices tl His WteA Mnipn HOUSt HUES TO BE HUSHED DWNKS POISON OPENED m ON wilts BRAVE ef Speaker to Be Highly at Rtiult of yet it gives the moat uniform artificial Light Family Favorite LAMP OIL FMM of UttbwtUtfat to to badtar BUBS la fall TWr bin WOBK8 ladwtoaJwit OVERCOATS OVERCOATS Special Prices On Get In Early ABE The Leading Clothier Delegates from all parts of United States here today in the American mining They Tved addresses of wel J comeby who dwelt oil j the Importance of the objects of the af of SixtyFirst i of Re1 The purpose of the congress is the Said to Favor His Candlj promotion at uniform state legislation Patterned Attar ProF to Vtilnlns fhe lives of mine work in the Senate Proposed Meet Ricsnt Friends of Speaker Cannon profess to be highly Pleased with the responses to letters Which Representative James Mann of Chicago has been sending to the members announcing that the Illinois delegation will present thename of Joseph Cannon for speaker of the Sixtyfirst They state that these answers assure the reelection of the admitted that he had received unequivocal answers from more lhairNi majority of theRe publicans the saying that they fhfs number has not yetreached a majority of the MivMann explained that a principally new had written that they to look over the situation and Investigate the subject more before reply ing in a way that might be as a It Is said that only one member of the house has replied that he will oppose the reelection of Cannon as Attention is gradually shifting from speakershlp to proposal to amend the rules of the There are indications hat the speaker may not otter much Apposition to at One of the amendments suggested Is a provision tor a calendarpatterned after proced ure In the whereby the roll of Mils would be called frequently for passage under unanimous This would obviate the necessity of members going to the speaker and ask ing to be recognized for the purpose of unanimous consent for the passage of a SOME Hye to Some Eat to But Eat Or live or Eat Eat here and eilY RESTAURANT ii FURS FURS i We have a large stock of Pun in pieces ind also Skins for Furs i ivmodeled and First class work and material Furrier 9O8 State CAMDEN ESTATE SUED Mata of West Virginia 20 Per Cent of Balance state of West Virginia has brought a suit In the circuit court here against the estate of the late United States Senatpr Johnson Camden for the sum of which amount it Is claimed should be forfeited to the state under the socalled forfeiture clause of new state tax This provision provides that when any per after upon by the as sessor to report the value of his prop falls to give in thehrue the State can declare as forfeited 20 per cent of the amount thus Improperly In the papers fiTed by Attorneys Townsend Wolfe on behalf of the state it is alleged that in the three years preceding this one In the neighborhood of worth of property was not given In by Senator while this year a million and a half dollars was not The suit is on 22 In the circuit court It will te bitter ly contested by the Camden of which Johnson of VAsr and Splllman of are the most END OF A HEW YORK DENTIST DOBANDO TO RACE TOM LONGBOAT Indian and Italian Matched for MaratHon Distance New the Italian runner whose spectacular failure to win the worlds Marathon in England was one of the most Jealousy to j notable evonts ln raotlern ni8 Kill Hertelf ind Since Then Ran dolph Hass Mis Bcsn Inconsol WaitcHnian Had Pre viously Fruttrsttd an Attempt at Suicide Wifes Suspicions Had to Sacrifice the Prac tice of His i New by an Is to run American Marathon at Madison Square Garden on competing with the famous Canadian longdis tance Dorahdos recent defeat at the garden of who brought the Marathon honors to the United led him to seek acontest with the who has long been the Ido of Canadian enthusiasts in spite of pro tests against his appearance In the apparently uncontrollable Brltlsh Marnlhon and elsewhere as an whichhad haunted him since the suij Both men are said to be in cide of his wife on an illomened excellent condition although Long 13 Randolph j had insisted that he a full aLexington avenue month for preparatory this ed his by swallowing He i finally Dorando had brok was kneeling on the grave of his wife i en training Immediately after his de in Woodlawn cemetery as he drank of Haes but his say he TT Is even now extremely the fatal potion and a who The some days ago bad prevented his sui thon clde with a revolver on the same spot j was unable to reach hllh in time to I prevent the accomplishment of the puv MINE CLEARED OF DEM BODIES 140 Corpses Have Been Tito ft WORK OF BURIAL IN PH06RESS ty c gome JOHN IHAV3 Haas died within a few nio One of his closest Philip Goldstein upon hearing of the tragedy told of the heartbroken exist ence Hass had led since the death of fiisSrlfe that he had daily visited apd placed flowers upon the hart closed his home and gone to live with his sisterinlaw had neglected hilt the protection of investors in mini His professional It was had been largely dropped tor totUetiiiie r before his wiles deatti be cause of an apparently Insane jealousy on her part toward bis For more than a fortnight before shooting herself she had compelled hiih to re main away from his omceriuid H was as he was leaving their ajjartment to some ImiKJi taut engagements that letook riass was a remarkably beautiful woman and two had been married but a short stocks and the prevention ot unneces sary During the sessions of the congress addresses on these and related will be delivered by prominent among whom James Edward Harrlman and John Hays Hammond are counted One of the most Interesting of the will be the gathering on governors of states In which mining Is an Important indus Governor Stuart has sent invita tions tp the governors of slxtfeji states and many of them have signified their Intention of being Several United States senators will also take part in the which Is ex pected to hear fruit in the establish ment of nilnlng In the states as well as In the enactment of reform atory federal 85 will minor engagements for contests will be cancelled and he will be In this city early next weekfet training Men Go to an Idleness of thirteen months the old open hearth department of Steel com pany plant at South Chicago was re opened and men resumed Preparations are making to open five other blast Old Jack Jack age known the Unit ed Statins over as a who gave the onlcers a lot of trotrble be fore he was was released from the penitentiary after serving his time for He confessed and Implicat ed twentyeight men In Williams coun them are still in the peni others committed Page said be would not 50 to Williams as he was afraid of being Society Man Shoots formerly a wellknown cotton buyer and prominent in Memphis so cial was found dead with a bullet hole In his Cowles body was found in a locked room In his resi dence on Union Cowie was said to have been In financial PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenville puts this store in the first rank as Ladies tor wet have the Tailor Made Suits II Silk Skirts II Waists II Costumes Coats v Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony Our sterling display of Neck Pieces and Mpfts in all kinds ot aVcVery will please v Old 44 SHiPS TIED UP Wheat Cargo Taken Out by Lake Vessel For Fort The steamer Iroquois has arrived hece both anchors reports forty four ships are sheltered at Whtteflsh near the No accidents are The record wheat cargo the sea son was taken out by the steamer Meacham for It consisted of It la said to be the largest cargo ot grain across Jhe Great Another Football geant Bird Dowdle ot attached to the Eightythird United States coast Fort Re is dead of Injuries received In a football game Thanksgiving BABY EMPEROR IS ENTHRONED Pilltbii Years Ussmus Miners Have Narrow Central hun dred miners in the coal mine of the Central Coal andT Iron company hur riedly escaped from the which had been ky smoke from a fire that resulted from an armature blowing 63a The frightened by thif nurnedto the ground through an but there was no No Trace of Disease trace of foot and disease has been dis covered in the herd of cattle quaran in the stockyards east of this The cattle came from Chicago by way of Dr Morrow WilTmake a systematic examination of the nwdf Join With The re quest ot United Mlneworkers ot district l made In a special con yeatlon has acceded to by the Kanawha Operators whieji has agreed to jota with the Blnaworkers In wndlag out Joint oaJI opewtow In ta nonunion to general the ancient ceremonial that baa grown around the throne of China In the course of cen turies the little threeyearold ruler of the Middle Pu was en throned Mandarins and other re splendent in the particolored jackets that mark their assembled here from all parts of the empire to give personal testimony loyal ty to the It had been understood that the of en thronement would be postp6ned until the latter past of on the Chi nese New Years when he era of the late Emperor Hwang Seu would have Owing to the desireof the official class to have status settled soon as possible monies were for todays of the prominent Chinese whose names are known to foreigners wer present at the Among them were Yuan ShJ Prince Chang Chlh Tung and Chen Tung Liang formal1 minister to the VnMed CLEAN UJ A STREET CAR V Four Make Good Hnut en Third New New despera does armed wtttf revolvers held up a cfoWM street car irf lovier Third ave littB wVottied and the conduc terrorized the passengers and es caped with a goodly collection of purses and other Every seat was taken and the was Ailed with Just bafqfv the car reached Houston street aMl while the conductor was inside collect ing fares four men been scat tered through the crowd ward the When they completely blocked the exits they drew revolvers and covered the Two ot them attacked the one pressing a revolver against his head while another pushed him through a window and rifled his In the meantime th4 other two had been going through the gath ering up of all The robbers made their KILLSTTCTUSFAGENT Chicago Woman Usss Revolver In tense of It she al iu daense of her Miss Estelle Stout killed Henry agent for a picture enlarging a sister of Miss quarreled with accord ing to the over an enlarged pic of a third who Is when Hornberg called to deliver Chambers asserted that thepic ture was not a good likeness and Horn she knocked her As she rose she saw her Miss standing with a smoking pistol in her band and Her assailant with a bullet through ihe Miss Stout admitted tiring the aver ring that SU did so to save her sis ters Both woman awaited the ar rival of the police and atcompanied them to the police COWPEM Expressed Disbelief in a Here after in Her Last Dec body of Eleanor Merron the actress and who fatally shot herself on Monday at the St Regis hotel In New York were cremate 1 The ashes will be deposited iu a cemetery in this city Where are in terred the ashes cf Janies her close who committed sui cide on May 1 and the remains ot her Arrangements for the of were made in def erence to a request contained In a let ter which the actress left for her at Judge In that let ter sue said NVhen ybu get the can I want you 10 open it and place the ashes directly In the There need be only a smalt bit of turf removed and a little dig You place the ashes in the ground and fill it I hope the ground Is hot frosen too 1 dont Want to spend the winter in Si tin box on n Dont wire my I have written that is all that is Let there be lib If what tve done for others In my lifetime isnt sufficient indorsement for the world to come It there Is which I believe then no hammering at the dates by a professional pulpit who knows no more about It than I Is going to make any I The services today will be The J legal representative here of the suicide are said to possess letters showing that Cowper made a suicide pact with The attorneys refused to make the text of the letters WEATHER FOR EC West and colder on Wednesday fair with rising Western Pennsylvania FvJrWed with colder In south portion with slowly rising tern moderate west becom ing light and with colder In southeast portion With rlijng temperature west becoming light and Remains of Unidentified Dead Will Be Interred Today Grave Will Them All burgBuftale toal Company No Bodies Will Have thoroughly r work oF removing the bodies of the victims of Saturdays explosion from the Pttts tmrgBuffalo companys mine was prac tically completed when all the bodjes that had been located weie brought to the The death llstnow stands at including Superiiuondent who was killed while de scending in the and John a who was crushed to death by a heavy flnown to the ground by the falling ou him The representatives of the company declare no more bodies will be that the workings are clear of age and that there Is no chance of any bodiesbeing The work removing hodlm and caring for them after they arc brought to the surface has been 4 rled on wUh dispatch Coroner W Sip4 has been in active charge of the disposition of the bodies at the Ing alley and some additional bodies were Identified and taken away by It is the present intention to bnrjr the unidentified dead ac their condition precludes their being very It Is that the general funeral will be delayed til tomorrow to give every opporUinltr to friends and relatives to identify A big grave has been dug the Littheran cemetery in about a mile from the ot the In which the unkapya will be Other funerals willba held tomorrow In Ellsworth and Seea ary the former place four from here and ihe latter will be alt the general of her Individual burials he held Hi several towns in this and nejfchbortnt N McKeesport and i M V PlttsbuVg i I 3 yellow full 93 Ohio light market tidy tO4JO fresh and common to and Jlijht and market Prime 450 good fair culls heavy and veal Receipts extremely Vejnt market active and 20 canta Prime light Increase in Traffle Penn sylvania Railroad company wHl add additional freight trains to its service In and out ot this city In a few This is due to the Increase la Grain high record marks tor season for the Decem ber reached in the local wneat marfcat when the touched iK wg1 the lat ter The market ttrona at Oie corn MONGRELS WIN PRIZES Cats of Unknown Pedigree Take Hon at Syrecuce fan ciers from many of the coun try are in attendance at the cat show which opened An Incident was the triumph scored by cats of unknown president of the Syracuse found three stray kittens last spring which she has cared tor and entered in the The Judges fcave awarded to these animals two first prizes and one third Chinese Envoy President Dec Shao the who comes to Washington to thank the American government for the remis sion of a large portion ot the Indem nity guaranteed by China or damages growing ot the Boxer was presented to President Roosevelt this Secretary Root made the presentation of Tang and the members of bis accompanying Shipping Tied s Bault Ste early morning a thirtymile blit with blinding has beea letMnr uiil 3olutely 3YAL Because healthful grape comes the chief ingr dient of Royal Baking Powder Cream of   

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