Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: December 3, 1908 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Greenville Evening Record

Location: Greenville, Pennsylvania

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                K8TAUU8MRD OTCgMpBB The Leper weU Succumbs In Tragic Case SHORT METRE NEWS Los the leper wife of Qen whose case k such a atlr in this community and la Wlatn Business Cauees De has died ot leprosy to the Alr county r since sudden re front Arizona and tbe death of her has grown 1 Toledo Upeh iMpiire has start ed a crusade against unclean More than 850 dairymen whoshty milk Into this city from Ohio and Michigan points are being Warped by the health department that after milk eom ing into the city to unsealed cans will not be allowed placed on Jenkins Found Net New president of Jenkins Trust company of was founl newai who resided with husband at was arrested the itreets of this city because ot her peculiar Examination ed her to be a victim of Her aged husband refused to leave Notwithstanding the fatal nature ot her he remained with her In the county They were finally given passports to whence they had after being exiled to a lonely spot outside of the the husband died of cancer and worry over the unfor tunate plight of himself and Tombstone officials finally placed Wardwell in a stateroom on a train and sent her to Los Ang Arriving here she was again turned over Ho the county authorities and had since been cared General Wardwell was a veteran of the Civil and Mexican wars and was known as w soon that they knew not to flnd Automobile tiro factories are said to be working day te nil Davit Dec Governor Stuart baa ajwtfated Livingston L Davis of PltWlWK to be a judge of the court ooaWon pleas 3 of the Mth judicial district of the common wealth of composed of tie county of vice Sainuol confer ence wms held at the capUol today be tween Dairy Foed Commissioner i man rwn uommiBshmei not guilty In the supreme court Jn J and rapreeeiium of the gror Brooklyn ot to his own ery and food trades relative use tbe the trust legffiatlon Discuss Change In German constitutional debate In the relchstag was notable for the unanimous viewexpressed by anthe Liberal parties and supported by the powerful Center party bat some ohange In the constitution was deglr eJble to the end of the minis ters responsible to the COLORS PROTECTALEXIS Aged Hatien President Takes Refuge on Bynboat NEW PRESIDENT PROCLAIMEO Tlnplate Mills to Start In ta Chesapeake Ohio Fined Dec Chesapeake and Ohio Railway com Dec vnnu nan way com lance and Oroajaan tlnplate mills I y W88 flntd in United wWch have been In oartlal onmitinn I circuit cowt nfteen counts wWch have been In partial operation I t WA I Princess StTigi Tri The Princess do who was Miss Estelle Aex inder of San Francisco and later mar ried Veil of has begun divorce proceedings on the ground of She Is singing in Paris res taurants to earn a livelihood for her self and Surolars Annex In outlook for the five burglars who blow the Safe of the First National banlr here and escaped with In cash no clue has been PRICE ICENTS PER ONStEY Explains Relations Of Also The Independent9 for two have received orders 0 start Ja full Capital of Halt Falls Into Hands of Mevolutlonlsts Without Drop of and Now Regime Is Es takltthed With Suddenness Charac teristic of That Revolutionary Re public Hostile Crowds Surround Dcmsnding That Nord Leave the Port au Prjnce PresidentNord Alexis has been de is now board the OVERCOATS OVERCOATS Special Pikes On OVERCOATS f J fitf u Get la ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier SOME Hye to Some Eat to But Eat or Or live or Eat here and CIIY RESTAURANT i FURS FURS We have a large stock of Furs in NeckX pieces and Muff also Skins remodeledand First class work and ej material Furrier I 9O8 State J PARIS tLOAKHODSE Store Of Exclusive Styles 90 Horses Fire Clilef horses burned to death In which destroyed the livery stable of Qoff Fins fraud was Injure Prenclftraining ship Dugusy Tronin and Port au Prince Is In the hands of the Antolno the leader of the is the peninsula with tin army or and a new has been At the last moment President Alexis yielded to the urging of those about him and decided to take refuge aboard the French A salute of twen ty one guns announced his departure from the palace Thousands had gath ered there early day and they had surged around the threatening to tear down the Waits to drive out the president and Ms loav As the hours passed the great mob became shouting for htm to leave the The mob was armed and men and be side themselves with heaped curses on the head of the aged man who dad ben deposed from the presi dency but who bad fiercely expressed his determination to fight to the Soserious was the situation that the French and other foreign together with members of a specially appointed forced themselves upon the president who finally consented to Shouts greeted him as stepped from DJrecincts of the pal ace a carriage carryingthe French iftt beilde him an1 tbji minister threw the folds of the flajdvetfiie shoulcfarVoKthe deposed president to protect Agent Man Badly An immense crowd of men and women had assembled tbe wharf and the arrival of the presidential car riage escorted by a battalionof in fantry and a squadron of cavalry un command of General Htppolyta was the signal for wild tumult and Air along the route the people who lined the streets jeered and cursed at the fallen but when tbe landing stage was reached the mob lost all The scene was tragic and Infuriated women broke through the cordon of troops and shrieked the coarsest in sults Into the very face of the presi who strove bravely appear un They tried hurl themselves upon Alexis and fought with hands and feet against the who found dlfflr culty In forcing them In order of Ule safety appliance Pennsylvania Nearly Debt Dec anmml statement of the state debt shows that tt amounts to against which the state has In flaking 642 leaving netfdebt CABINET PLACE OFFERED BURTON i Treasury Portfolio Said to Have TwfrCent Pottage te United States and Germany have arranged for a pos tal rate on letters between tbe two countries of two cents Instead of the existing rate of five The new rates will go Into effect Thousands of Cattle of cattle on the ranges In Colorado are reported to be The prospect Is that the losi to cattlemen will be an unprecedented AWAITING A REPLY Lutheran Mlnistere of Louis Dep recate imputation of ministers conference of Evangelical Lutheran pastors of the synod of Ohln and other states in their monthly con vention at Concordia seminary adopt I ed these resolutions I That we cordially indorse i of protest sent by our breth HE HIS NOT YET IfifiFPTFfl ren ot New to our IMIV nwi ill BvUtr I tO the Theodore Roose and that with them we deprecate the imputation Of bigotry to any citi cen of States who refuse to fofm Roman Catholic for presi dent of our country that with our brethren ot New York we are Onto h Is Will Await Dewelopmente in Senatorial lerere Finally OeeMlng Whether te Aecepf or Reject Pro peaal of PreeldentfEloct Taft Dur ing Burtons Rocent Visit at Hot Springs Net Influenced by Senatorial it Cleveland Plain Dealer today ekys that Renre sentatlve Theodore Burton of Cteve been offered by President elect Taftthe portfolio of secretary of the Burton hu taken the tin uer eagerly awaiting the rejrfy of our be loved reply to Taft until after the Ohio CONGRESSMAN senatorial situation has been It is understood that Presidentelect Iw it Jg understood that Presidentelect to disengage him the troops wen tne f Bb0tl1 to Burton is made entire During this time a anace ntanrail 4i taryenip to Bunon is maoe enure T T y reepeet to the senatorial ana Nora with the French fltflt wWcll Wg T j Charles Taft of Cincinnati is aboard a skiff in tow ot a steam his suite tumbling into the skiff after As the launch drew away threelHaltien gunboats and the French and Americanwarships In the Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenville puts this store in the first rank as Ladies for we have the Tailor Made Suits Silk Skirts Waists Costumes Opera Coats Clofh Coats Mink Seal Caracul and Pony sterling display of Neck Pieces and Muffa In all kinds tot at every will please tTT j DleTal the n4 dropped 4ee4 of prominent harbor ftred a salute to the fallen pres Woman Trio to Stab Just as Nord Alexis was embarking a woman succeeded in reaching his side drawing a murderous made a sweep at his The blow Jell and before the woman could follow it up with another she as seized by a A man suc ceeded in striiUng the president with his but the blow was a glancing one on the Nord Alexis turned to Carteron shaking his said I told you your A trunk which was left behind on the precipitate of bhe presi dent and his party from the wharf was upon by the rioters and brolret It was found to contain some in gold and Hatie The spece was snifprod about and promptly Are Charges Made Against Prominont Bon Bray Held of has been In dtcted here on charges of murder and forgery growing out of the deaths of his wife and The caused a tremendous sensa The indictments followed efforts ot Bnayfleld and Panlea to collect life Insurance front fraternal orders ot which the deceased persona were mem Brayfield has long been one of the most prominent practitioners of Southern Tie cost to the government during the fiscal yea ended June by reason of the transmission free through the malls of departmental penalty and congres sional franked matter was according to the annual report of the third DEAD EMPERORS LETTER DELIVERED Thanks of Chinas Late Ruler your excellenfy enjoy happiness Alay the American people be ever prosperity and pejice These areonr heartfelt The above are the sentiments pressed In the concluding sentences 3f the letter tram the late of China to President Roosevelt handed to him by Tong Shoa special Chi thanking the United States government for the remission of of the indemnity guaran teed by China for damages resulting from the Boxer The presentation of the ietter look place in the blue parlor of the While who was accompanied to the White House by Prince Tsai as first and a dozen other members of his was intro duced to the president by Acting Sec retary Adee of tbe state department in the absence of who was con fined to his home by an INDIAN MAID ELOPES Flees From School With Lover Who Came From the of the Carlisle Indian school has sent out telegrams asking for tbe arrest of air Indian couple who eloped from the The girl was a pupil at the but her lover came here from the west on The superintendent de clined to permitthe wedding without the consent of tbe parents of the Instead of waiting the approval from their western home the couple WEDDING POSTPONED Too III te Sail Fer and George Westlnghouse and George did not sail on the Adriatic as contemplated owing to the Illness of young whajhi recovering from a protracted attack of He went to Vork for cOnsulta tlon and his physicians decided although on the road to It would be dangerous for him to under take an in bis present i The wedding of young Westing house to Miss Evelyn Violet Brockle daughter of Sir and Lady Brocklebanlt of an nounced for has been post poned until he s sufficiently recov ered to make the CASE S HEARD f Tariff a Wool REMOVAL WOULD BE COSTLY Former Ohio Congressman and Tariff i Champion Appears Before Ways and Means Commlttss of the House of and Ar gues In Favor ef Rettntlen of Duty i HM QMdNatUred TIM With Champ Who Is Fiem consider ation of the tariff on woolen manufactures and uiuans contatlttee developed considerable interesting General Charles a for representative in from one He appeared for the New Dec the cross examination of Archbold In the governments suit to dissolve the Standard Oil company of New Jersey Frank counsel for the gov again the heavy loans made by the Standard an oil operator ot Archbold said he knew who was interested In otf production Witness denied that the Standard owned the Barnsdalf Oil but admitted that the company had loaned Barnsdull Do you know of the loan of 000 to Barnsdall from 1905 to 1908 I know of them Archbold said tt was arranged to loan Barnsdall the money on secu rities of his Tho contract for the loan was in the Trust did commence obtaining property in Indian Terri tory s i could not Counsel for the defense said the contract held in escrow In would be the best evidence of securi ties held for the loans and that the government could easily get and if we went there we might flnd the contract was somewhere eleev just as we have said Archbold said in explanation that the loans had been made to Barnsdall to continue his general op erations In oil all over the ft was part of the of the Archbold that the all produced by should cboie over the Standards called attention to the fact that the tereat on the loans was charged and Archbold replied that that Was a part of later Burlng tSeday fled tfiat former Congressman Joeeph Sibley of Pennsylvania waa fledwith the Oil the tt was to Sibley that ArchtwM addressed many letters which made public during the recent 1 p 0 he told the committee The industry Is now fairly I As an argument In favor of the re tention of the present duty on wool said that under low rateof on wool oy the Wilson bill the from to within four tlon Or Representative Clark of souri later secured the admission from the former representative from Ohio that this reduction was at leaat in part due to the increased value of land of General Groevenor claimed that the of wool increased wbea the Dlngley tariff was General Grosvenor said that a reduc tion the tariff on wool never1 made the price of clothing in this coun try although he claimed all clothingexcept tbe highest grade was cheaper hare than He claimed that there should be stronger safe guards against tbe importation of high grade wool at the valuation of low grade General Grosvenor said he favored tariff revision and voted for And my friend he favored tariff revision and voted that yer we are both as far apart as to what we favor as two highly intelligent states men could Revision means to him the abolition of duty to me just uoiv It doesnt mean roach of anything ex cept the retention of the duty on Assuming that the Standard did 82 per cent In wny did yen ae quire additional reSneries asked they That was done to succeed to their Kellogg brought to the several independ ent companies obtained a majority ot which continued to he their original suid Sibley organised trie Sig nal Oil of and General Charles Miller develop ed the Galena Oil Later the Standard brought Into both panics and them M the GalenaSignal Oil wfcWh continued under the direction M Sibley and General botk of whom held minority Interests IB the Animal Nearly About SOO ot the stete bok are under protection on the south ern slope of Monte from the animal la nearly extinct In the U breeds and the efforts of the government in its behalf have helped In two places pri vate herds I have lately been eeta and It is hoped thus to prevent the extinction of the Attend to Slight and Serious Db Will Never Develop Constipation Sick Headache it the ibrerunaer of many and a oondstkxi that calk for prompt Do not neglect Na tures At the first signs of sluggish or con stipated set them in order vrith Beeckams indicates some liver or stomach and headache powders only deaden not remove the Sick bilious dull pains in the head are removed and remedied by Both acute aad chroaic indigestion come from a weakened Strengthen the stom ach stimulate the digestive tone the and indiges tion Do it quickly with V Torpid iiyer causes bilious headaciu upset constipa ted bitter taste hi the Donotirritatethelncr with violent Keep the blood and stomach in good order with Beechams Beechams Pills   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication