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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                j X v SlftTABUMOT T frv CONFER TODAY eorfgct turough the tesToI a per sonal It mar conceded Without doubt that feeli ae sured that Us respecting the artff and other legislative promliei In lie platform will receive no Op the Republican organ FULLASREEMEHTANTlCIPIiTED Concurrence of Opinion en Matter of Tariff Revision la Underatoerf ta Have Brought PresldentElset and Probable Meuae ef sentatlves Result in Mapping Out of Harmenleua Pro gram ef residentelect v Tatt will have an interview today with Speaker In view of announced determination thj forthcoming revision on the tariff ehal M a thorough wort and that the prom taea of the party shall be speclfleall performed with th Interview between Taft and Can attracts particular h The concurrence of opinion between the two men on this which has come about by the heretofore an Bounced positlvehess of the president has led to an unofficial and Im personal understandlngihat gen tiemen hold similar views on this aub The contemplated persoaal in terview will undoubtedly eradicate any uncertainty regarding the rela to hereafter exist between the and the It has represented to Tatt that Cannon is heartily him la carrying out the pledges of the Re publican and that no cause ex tats for the semblance of a mtsunder Should SEEKS BETTtR WATERWAYS fttvere Harbors Meeting In First among ihe objects of the national riven and barbori which began Ut sea ofthe house of in here Is procurlni from the SUtyflret Only Two While the house committee on naval afalrs has not given formal consider atlon to the proposed Increase In the It Is learned that the members ol the committee stand practically same as last when an author satlon for two battleships was made That the committee will vote dtown tbc proposition of President Roosevelt foi tour battleships te now attitude of leaders In the senate declaring for an appropriation tor twc battleships is said to appes to many of the house and a majority of the membership la willing to have such a policy approved In the To go further than that tt it claimed would endanger the passage of satisfactory rivers and harbors Lonastreet i The confirmed theaomlna tlon of Helen widow of the Confederate aa postmaatei at The action of the In confirming nomination on the day It was received waa a ape eial compliment to The president sent to the senate a long Hat of nominations for all branches of the government practically all of which were appointments made duringthe recess of They the cabinet nominations Secretaries and Public Printer Assistant Secretary of Navy the Tokyo exposition Interstate Commerce Commi Bfoner Commissioner of Labor Commissioner General of Immi gration Keefe and many diplomatic and onsular army atfil navy offi poatrnMtera and customs offi congress ofa liberal annual appfoprla Wlr for the Improvement of water Another object of the congress the imprnsilOB on the public mind HOLY ROLLERS SHOOT TO KILL Kmts Clt Pcllcwaeu of the of Us work to the welfare of the nation More thau delegates from all ofthe country have assembled a national capital for the con Among the most enthusiastic of the boomers are the men from the Mississippi who are Industrl H Desperlte Fldrt 4f J ittDER isFiTint mm Policeman and ThlKesnYearOld Olri firaeiriti the boat with a shotgun she shouted the officers Come you flends The boat was only a few feet from the bank of the river and aeveral offi cers dashed toward woman dropped her weapon seising two of the sprang Into a row boat and began to row into the middle of the The officers called to her to but she only plied the oars more The policemen fired a volley at the One shot Lola tearing away the greater part of the childs The woman then At the po station she said trial she was wife of the companion of tTFwiir PLftCED ON TRIAL Nictats Ctatjlii n First Takm Up onsly advocating national aid for the great takes to the gulf The from the two coasts are bo less butfy in pressing their claims tor and an interesting adjunct of the congress Is the womans na tional rivers and harbors at the same with the same ends In FOR SENATOR Unless Is Asked Dy Friends to Withdraw His LURIES HOLIDAY cHsittlnc tf Snappy Neckwear in single boxes Mufflers in single boxes in single Hand Fancy Complete line of We extend an Invitation to all to eqme and Inspect our LURIES successors to Benninghoft ft 177 Main St HYDE SENTENCED Two Yearn n Penitentiary and s rttae le the A Hyde of San convicted of 7 the Vntted States of large tracts of land In Ore gon and has been sen teneedto pay a of and to eerve two years the penitentiary a the maximum under the Jooat Bohnelder of an convicted with wasflne anf sentenced to one year an two months in the Both noted appeals the district court of was released ttOiOOO hall and Sclmeider on prbsecutlbn Hyde and Schneider together with John Ben son and Henry were following the Investigation of alleged wholesale Irregularities in public laiid In cost the government and the trial oc cupled three Maine Trial Next New special panel of 150 Jurors for the trial of Jenj kins Indicted with his Captain Peter for the mur der of William has been drawn In the supreme court of Queens The trial will begin Business Man Hangs T state manager for the Remington Typewriter hanged himself to the banister of a State Treas rer John Sheatc made the follow ng statement concerning the use ot its name as a candidate for the United In reply to the many requesU ot my friends that I make a atatement concerning the mentioning of my name for the United States senator ship by members ot the general as sembly I find it difficult Indeed to ex press my surprise and appreciation after thanking declare that I notwithdraw the use of my name unless at the request of the prin cipals In the L former occaeiona my opportunl ties seemed lust as discouraging as they now appear to those Interested In my political but who can say what the outcome will be If the decision be against me I will abide but should success once more me my proof of gratitude shall be my as hereto I will give the best that la wltnln a and DIPLOMATS BADLY HURT Quatamalan Rspresentatlvea Vlctlme of an Automobile Senor Don Juan Guatemalas minister of foreign who in Washington on a special mission for his govern was probably fatally and Senor Don Luis Tolado Guatemalan minister to the United and General John a wealthy coffee planter In South were hurt in an auto mobile i The diplomats were riding a heavy touring car when it upset Just i after passing over the highway bridge into the occupants being hurled beneath the car and pinioned I under Senor who was removed to the Emergency hospital in an ambulance with the three other occupants of the Is Buffering from concussion of the brain and Is supposed to have sustained a fracture of the DEPENDENT ON FARMS Railway Builder Hill ays Nations prosperity Comes From by more prominent railroad officers than ever before visited one James Hill of Paul addressed 600 persons at a banquet given In hia honor by the Commercial and the Crevecouer clubs of In bto remarks Hill advocated the development of the agricultural Interests of the country as Ita future He stated that no country ever prospered unless It was baaed oh agriculture as iteichlef In the next thirty years he predicted that the population of this country would Increase to and the pres ent methods of agriculture woald be inadequate NATIONAL CORN SHOW OPENS IN OMAHA Killed and Othsre Dying as Result V the In quiries Concerning Several Children Connected Withitenerant Preachers Rstlnue n the Mother and Her Oaufhter le by Shot the ibadow ef aattja riot in which re Uglous locally as fcoiy I Holicemeri were participants result 4 in the death of Policeman and Ixila a fatal In to three and teaser In uries to two i Those probably fatally Injured are John knowfi as a street Iratrolman Mullane and Patrick Clarkf a police sergeant Harry George Were alao Probation Holt met John known aa Adam who was exhorting a crowdt With Sharp were a and five chil dren ranging in ago from three to four teen yearsHolt as to the identity of the The woman replied that the jeer had better at tend to his own bti Adam wife wears long white beard and threatened the officer with phyelcal Officer Hot Was not bit hli ground uatll Adam God struck him a heavy blow behind the ear with a mak ing an ugly Holt then started for the police station for As Holt moved away the preacher tried to shoot but the cartridge failed to i Officers Met With Sharp and his companions were In fifty yards of policestation when the officers stepped the street The Sharpltes gave evidence of frenzy and with profane abuse they served no tice on all that they would preach right under the eaves of the pollen atation and the police cannot preven The not expect ser ous trouble not prepared for the volle31Of which them as they appeared on Dalbow was instantly and a bullet passed through Sieges Other officers rushed into the street and a general fight The offi cers refrainel from shooting for fear endangering the lives of Innocent Lieutenant who had come into ths was shot In the eye and Patrolman Mullane was shot in the i Woman Defies In the meantime call brought policemen from all Thor oughly the officers closed in on Sharp and his firing as they When the firing ceased Adam God lay fatally shot through the head and It was later learned that Sharps male companion was Louis father of the fiive Pratt was arrested The woman and the children Bed to a houseboat In which they lived on the Missouri policemen followed them and foundthat Jaad Adam atid mother of the slain SanVof amfibristel renewal of a certain note on the vllle National bank and the and Drovers National When Rlnehart was ordered to his place and plead he of not guilty and the of a Jury was begun The attorneys associated trlct Attorney Staggers far F Downey and THREE COUNTIES AROUSED Seeking Quartet of Robbers Who Op erated tt authorities ofthree northwestern Henry and are search ing for a quartet of robbers who en tered the residence of John a re tired at bound and gagged broke into his safe With a crowbar and escaped with The four burglars made their way to Henry in a rig and While waiting there for a train for To ledo engaged In a running fight with the town Many shots were ex changed and it Is believed that one of tlM bandits was Boycott of Austria Marquis the AustroHungarlan am has resumed negotiations with a view to reaching a direct ar rangement with the but the boy cott against Austrian goods has not By Instructions of the boycott ONLY FIVE JURORS SEGUREH One ef Numerous Criminal Casee Crowing Out ef the Failure ef the Farmers end Drovers Bank ef For Over a Million Dollara Is being Heard at That Judge Richard Helt of Baa ver County Presiding andante Health delayed trial of cashier of the wrecked Drovers and fanners National bank of this was begun here with Judge Richard Holt of Beaver on the court continued the sessions rather longer than was but despite this and his endeavors to has KILLS WO DAUGHTERS Inaane Man Then Runs Amu Ing Up the and violently Hiram a reeWent of killed his two and age and then ran through ttoe anoot Ing at persons he met on the attaat and Bring into of Only one person was Injured by Bad ger during his mad Whew a grocers receiving a pain ful wound In the leg Badger waa pur sued by a crowd of wnq captured him and turned him orjr ts the From the nature of Badgers officers were of the opinion that sudden madness waa due primarily Badger wae away tA ten the progress of the trial only five Jurors had been accepted when court At the adjournment only eleven men of the venire remained to be examined and the defense had used up five of the eight peremptory chal lenges allowed Another venire will be called The five Jurors ac cepted are George of Center township George un of Sprlnghlll of Jefferson Me committee boats Bringing the luggage i and Zeph fcAtn AVI AvaiMain of passengers from an Amstrian er ware Waynes LEADING CimEH KILLED Pamlly Biirglara Police Think prominent in the Roman Catholic church and friend bishop well known In club and business circles and aa a di rector of the Loulalana Purchase ex position was shot and Wiled his Whether his death was the re sult of murder or suicide has not been Members of the family aver that he waa shot7by Police who are Investigating the case how ever that there Is no evidence of the presence of In the Hlrsch berg Oss Sold by of the ChesMre Oil and Gas company and the Richardson Oil and Gaa com owners of the natural gas field n this were sold at sheriffs sale to Jacob Weldman of for The company haa ex pended more than in CWBa and Malgs anlah Any talk of Rlneharts being ill was dispelled when he walked into the crowded courtroom with his franklin lams of Ray and Sil the laat two ot He looked chipper If he nevernao1 had a in world and during we day took a lively interest In Inatlon by of tales men and enjoyed the blta of humor that broke the monotony of the pro ceedings The attorneys for the defense imme diately objected when the district at torney announced thathe would take up indictment 15 Instead of The objection waa overruled when thp court learned that there had been n agreement an to what case should be taken Up flrst Then Rlneharts law yers asked for a continuance because of late newspaper publications which nighthayo public but Judge Holt said he had read the articles In question and thought they would do no The Indictment taken up charges Rlnehart with forging on certain resolution purporting to ba a resolution of the board of directors SENDS SPECIAL MESSAferT President Advocates Creation of geney Volunteer Army by emergency volunteer army measure is advocated by President Roosevelt in a special message to congress and the draft of the bill accompanying the message wan introduced in the senate by Cul The president says the bill in tended to replace the present which was placed on the statute and partly JOij the eve of the war with Spain ana partly after hostilities had actually commenced After declaring pres ent law to be faulty and wholly Quate to a speedy and proper nation of a volunteer Maw dent aays the bill drawn under supervision of tns onm of ataa the hearty approval of war monaacs aays further K designed to afford the cotn nleto inachlnory by should we confronted with a foreign the executive power could proceed to transform enthusiastic patriotic Into efficient and organited Happily there la at no cloud upon our but very fact affords us the best opportu nity to proceed with deliberation and care in the preparation of ade quate and indispensable for our We war M Mary win Pinkney died of pneumonia at the Hotel Buckingham at the age of Btte Miss Pinkney waa credited withbeing one of the very wealthy women of the the value of her holdings In Manhattan real estate alone being estimated at INSURANCE FOR CONSTIPATION PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenville putsjhjs 4bre in the first rank as Ladies tor we ive the Exhibits of Cereal From Jill Parts of America since the Trans misalssippl exposition six years agoThas Omaha been called upon to accommo date such big crowds aa thronged the streets today on the occasion of the opening of the National Corn exposi which will t ten From all of the west and from many eastern states men and women Inter estedin the growing of Americas greatest cereal have come here to see what is being done to enlarge the size of the crop and enhance The city itself Is fully alive to the Importance of the exposition and is welcoming the visitors with out stretched pointing with pride to great efforts made In the way of decorations and accommodations to make them feel at On all sides is heard the declaration that coni week will be one of the greatest ID the history of SAILORS BODY MISSING Old Line 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