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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania ttSTABUSHID DBCfMBEM PRICB SCENTS PER COPf GfitENVILLE HAN ON UST Forming at Includes William Looser Among Its Organizers MNEHART TO FACE 4 ACCUSERS MONDAY dMrated Waynesbtrg flank Case to Dec IMUtl nave been completed for talc Ing up the case In the Greene county j court Monday morning of Rlne accused of Jurors have teett notified to be present at theopen of the new which in the bank I Cfcaes Will be presided oyer by Judge Holt of Beaver I DurlUgthe past two Weeks the at1 torneys for the defendant havo been in frequent and it has been by them that they are ready lo meet the case of attorney at every point and that they they will be able to acquit their client of the charge against The great est Importancewill attach to this M a victory for the defense will prob cause other criminal suits against RlnehacUo be nolle Shortly after the suspension of the farmers and Drovers bank In Decem about sin or seven criminal I were preferred against thefor mer cashier of the bank In connec tion with notes that were alleged to be fraudulent or hearing forged signa Rlnehart has frequently denied that the notes are fraudulent or that be forged the signature of any Will stay up until the cows come and then v The Advance Argus new Leather sale of All Meet at Louis for ThW December confer ence of the democratically radical and antiplutocratic forces of the na tion In session the purpose being formation ot a new political Jay chairman Of what la known as the National Provisional and who was once na tlonal chairman ofthe Peoples presided at tlio opening Among those prominent in the ment am George William Charles Harrl George j x CAPTAINS BANQUETED Managers of Republican Campaign Re ceive Unstinted New VFrank Hitch who as chairman of the national committee managed the Republican campaign Treasurer George Shel who found a million and a half dollars to defray and Wil liam national commltteeman from New who had the temerity to promise Greater New York were dined by the Republican club of the city of New York last night and awarded unstinted praise for their services in the election of Taft and The gathering was a notable the guests including Vice President elect Sherman and culling forth com munications from President Roosevelt and PRESIDENT TOM President of the Interna tional Mine Workers District President Feehan and Vice President Clark all concerned In the Pardoe have locked See page GVERCOATb OVERCOATS Special Prices On OVERCOATS r Get In Early ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier GROVER CLEVELAND Ufe InsifMci PresUeiits te oAVE PORT AU PRINCE Twilve Mm Ullied In Es WHOLESALE PILU3E HALTED by Eaeape From Their Clutches of President Nord French Attempt to sick Residtdees ond Stores if in tha Harbor Will Land Forces if Necessary to Prtserve OrdtrrGartcral Simon to SOME liye to Some Eat to But Eat or Or live Eat here and live CITY RESTAURANT Port An December For mnny during follow ing the fllgln of Nord riot and pillage prevailed Au Prluce Tho maddened by the spirit of turrfedlfroin the skiff that their ttapobed president to the French training ship JDuguay Trouin and gave full vent to their They looted stores and residences and fought among themeolvea over the booty and were only Keld In check by an armed force hastily gathered to gether by which fired a volley into the mobj and drove the rioters from street to street and final ly Into Twelve persons Were killed and Wounded order was re So serious tho situation become that a committee of public safety composed of the most promi nent militaryleaders was Scores of citizens were placed under arms to the loyf I trctbps In pa trolling the city and compara tive tranqulllty The Amer French and German ministers decided that they could trust to the arrangements made bythe committee to maintain but they jointly gave notification that V disorders commenced again would land forces from the Those al ready here were reinforced at day break by the United States gunboat Eagle and the British cruiser Nord who spent a restless night on board tke Duguay has been the object of much consider ation on the part of the commander of the ship and the other There la something the virility ot the fallen president that holds the Past 90 years rnany years beyond that mark nOlHMly faced Ills foes with the strength and determin ation of a man In the very prime of Not until he saw those that he had fought for and in front of the palace crying for his did he realize that they had turned against Only then did be accept the protection of the French he said The courageous conduct of the French saved my When seen aboard warship Nord Alexis had lost the vigor of former and appeared quite feeble In though his mind was active and Never at any time as presi dent had he been a communicative man and the events of the last 24 death and old hours seumed to rest heavily upon Among the claims paid In TJie one satisfaction that he New Dec first daya proceedings of the second annual meet Ing of the Association of Life Insur ance held here todiy and will be devoted tho memory of the late Grover who was the first chairman the as Todays tribute to CleVeland will be the first memorial exercise lobe held for The presidents and other officers of life Insurance companies from all over the United States and Canada and many Insurance officials and policy holders gathered here today to attend the Addresses will be made by Paul president ot the Equitable Life Assurance society and former secretary of the ami John president of the City of tribute will fce read from Xdfal president In Clevelands second from several surviving cabinet of Elect Har mon of Herbert of Washington and Governor Hoke Smith of The remainder of the annual meet Ing will bean insurance taxation re form at wliich addresses will be made by Robert gen eral counsel and manager of Hie asso member of the Armstrong and Investigation During the month Just ended the Protected Home with head quartette in paid out libout UNCLE SAMS EXPENSES TF One Hundred Forty Millions of an Increase Last Year Says Treasurer Treat JOHN D ROCKEFELLER Rockefellers memory is acute In some in Montague baa chron icled this peculiarity in verse In this S orTTenry fioasT man For an electric who was discov ered dying In his A communication purporting to be fronra which displayed Ignorance of the primary principles of was sent to Boas by special ami the evidence In possession of the police Indicates that the penned by a womanj tabledtwo which the recip ient was urged to a remedy for but which were In fact of a poisonous WOMAN SAVES MANS LIFE He cTafmecI ffiST pficter tKe tariff the packers are absorbing all ot the wool pulling Patrick McGraw of also asked or an Increased that the foreign wool puller has the advantage of a better market 4han the American in ad ditlon to ills advantage la the cost 9 The packers have monopolized market iu tfool growing just as they beef asked Underwood of replied the For the National Wool Growers as Wilson of asked that present rates of duty on wool be He that the wool growers arc In debT and as Berted that every sheep in Wyoming is Andrew who asked tor a general reduction in the wool sched said that Australian lambs wool is a better grade of wool than the American a Utah wool asked for tile continuation of the pres ent tariff on as did Camp a grower of Pennsylvania who raises sheep in New anil a wool grower of Bonnemort is the only woman who has appeared before the commit tee during the tariff She told of the difficulties and hardships Seizes Him As Wave Was Carrying Him From New Bearn of a passen growers of Utah during the operation of the Wilson tariff ger on the steamer just in from narrowly escaped be ing washed overboard by a giant wave which Bwept over the side of the He was reclining in a stationary chair on the upper when the wave picked him The water was reced ing with him when he was seised by William Angus of who held him until three sailors came tothe Beams shoulder was dislocated That was during Democratic ad she but we are now the blessings of a Re publican administration and we appeal to the honorable men of that party tor The Republicans en joyed a laugh at the expense of the Democratic Bonne mort urged the retention of the pres ent and he sustained many Californias voyage over waa TO Ways and Msans Thfe i who said he was a rery Democratic wool grower of and that he was a also spoke against any reduction In the Erlckson said the Utah wool growers made an average profit ot 8 per cent are not getting protection to the extent of the 11 cents of the he The foreign wool imported Is so that ita shrinkage only 35 per cent as paredwith the shrinkage of 64 per cent the American TREAT ON THE DEFICIT taya It Waa Caused by Increase In Charles treasurer of the United la his annual report calls attention to the fact that owing to the disturbed relations between the Income and outgo of the government there was a defi ciency last year ot against a surplus for the preceding year of and points out that the total revenues for 1908 exceeded any preceding fiscal year except 1907 Treasurer Treat points out that thus v it is apparent that the trouble is not decreasing receipts but which situation treasury was able to meet with the ex cess of revenues which had accumu lated during the previous KINGS MESSENGER ARRIVES Cn Route to Washington With Impor tant New Dec There has ar rived at this port the first kings mes senger who has come to this country In many He is the Fred erlck Graham brother and second heir of the present Lord CurzonHowe is also a ooua in ot Curzon of at one viceroy of whose late wife was Miss Letter ol There are twenty Icings ot whom CurzonHowe beads the list in point tot These messen gers have charge of the conveyance of moat Important state papers betwMB London and other In CurzonHowes a small leather bag resembling a mall which lie would not suf fer to be taken out of hits sight Tola said to contain an important pa per sent by the British war Office to the war department at lo FURS FURS 1 We have a large stock of Furs in Ncck pjeces and also Skins for OrdersPurs remodeled and First class work and material Furrier 9O8 State J this vicinity were George Adolph Frederick Sail John Frederick Talbit New Thomas Wad New old age disabil William New Cat old age New old age Us Ernest old age xLouiaa old xage The total resources of the are Sharon still leads in the roll of honor with members and New Castle Is second with Southside of Plttsburg Is a good third with and MaEonlrig of fourth with Haaelton Circle of Youngstown is fifth with PARIS CLOAK HOUSE 1 Store Of Exclusive Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenville puts this store in the first rank as Ladies tor we have the he was in the loyalty of his had remained faith ful to him until tie The sentiment of the people la stitmgly in favor of and he will probably be elected president if the chambers can be assembled without A delegation com posed of seven prominent Moliere and Brady and HIppo has goneto meet the revolution ary leader and acquaint him with the fact that Nord Alexis has gone aboard the Duguay They will invite him to come into the capital at his earliest POISON COMES BY MAIL Woman Sends Salesman Fatal Rein edy for San December in a letter mailed In thi cltyjs to tlie WOOL mm In Their Demand For Retention of the Dingley Tariff on Their Woman and Makes Charac teristic Argument in Favor of Duty As It Now and Ohio Sheep Raisers Give Reasons in Support of Present Schedule and Against a December house committee on ways and means decided to continue the tariff hearings until December Chairman Payne was authorized to offer a resolution In the house when congress convenes on Monday which will give the commit tee authority to subpoena witnesses for these supplementary It has been the desire ot the commit tee to get certain people to come before itand give any information they may have which would be of value in framing a new tariff It has also been found that the testimony ob tained at the hearings during the past few weeks has notbeen altogether Hans Schmidt of a repre entative the wool pulling advocated a greater differential in the duties on the wool fleecejind the wool on the contending that it was the wool puiliuK Indus try ill this was to WATER CAUSED EPIDEMIC Nearly SOO Cases of Typhoid Fever Re ported at number of typhoid fever cases In this city to tals There is no doubt that the water supply la the of the epi Iu the last ten days there have been twelve deaths from the but the authorities say that the crisis will not be reached for a few Nurses ftent here by the state visiting homes giving advice as to to do to prevent the spread of he VALUABLE Stolen in Mem phia Discovered In New New A chance re mark to Police Inspector McCafferty ot this cKy by the son ot one of that knew a man who bad a fine for sale led tp the covery by Garrett E Lamb of of a pearl necklace worth which hadbeen lost since last Feb McCatterty ealledto see the neck lace and seized He was told by the man who had it that a Los Angeles pawnbroker had sent it him for disposal A circular waa un i earthed offering for the return iwari necklace as the one that had Then fol lowed the visit of New York and the Identification of Lamb was a gueat in the home of Frank Jones in Tenn last Febronry when burglars entered the house and stole worth of of which the neck lace was a Advance Tailor Made Suits II VN Silk Skirts 1 Waists H Opera Coats Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony Our steriog display of Neck Pieces and Muffs l ot atevery will please AJ n SHORT METRE NEWS i Pomeroy Mayor Kills December Meyor Adolphue Seebohm of Pome committed suicide in his room at a botel by his bruins out witha No reason is knrfwn for the He leaves a widow and several Arrested for Peddling December Suspected of being implicated intho recent robbery of the South Bend Mllo 21 years was arrested He was offer Ing stampB of one and twocent values December Re publican committee campaign expenie account haa been filed It showa contrfbuted add wltb un The Is owlac to the large number of small Three OutofWorks Found December Three men out of because of the low stage of the were found dead In afl abandoned sheet iron shaving hopper under the Central bridge In this They been by the in halation of fumes abacket of charcoal they had to keep them Close Half an December As a tribute of respect to the late John general inside superintend of the Lehlgti WilkeaBarre collieries in the Wyoming work at all their mines was suspended for a bait during the fuMnl Wiliam Wtlllara until a few months ago general manager of the BerwlndWhlte Coat died at hla home this wan Bitting reading when wddenly attacked Guilty of Conspiracy Against Salt Lake was the verdict of the Jury in the United States district court here which the Union Pacific the Union Pacific Coal com the Oregon Short Everett Buckingham and Moore have been ou trial for alleged con spiracy in restraint of Interstate com merce and thereby violating the laws of the United Dam Completed Cant Be Dec Just above Nells costing over Is but ow ing to lack of appropriation and be cause of prospects of ice in the river the government officials refuse toraino the wickets watch would make a pool navigable for twenty This la tho first dam to be completed below 6 In the Plttsburg To buy yourself or boy a Suit or We will sell for a few days all and Overcoats and Raincoats in latest shades of blacks and blues at who reatgned iaat Friday Mdtnal I In SEE OR WINDOWS BennI nah off eV
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