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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: December 18, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING KSTABUSHED No DECEMBER Rose Cream Jelly For the hands and face Nothing better for chaps For Sale At Wests Drug Store 1 OFF 4 Any Overcoat Watch Aldenderfers Window Friday and Saturday Greatest Candy Offer Yet A Gold Lined DonBon Dish sold everywhere for and a pound of 50 cent delicious Chocolate C a n d complete for 65e Hungry Come Here And All Kinds of Oysters As You Like Them CI1Y RESTAURANT HAVE YOU EVER HAD ANY WORK DONE By the New York Cleaning and Dyedyeing at the very lowett Ing works If It Is needless for Gentlemen notel We will sponge us to recommend our It yon and press your clothes for the Hnall have we would ask you to try amount of a We call us and see for practical for them and also Call demonstration Is better than promup by either Make no mis We do all kinds of cleaning and be sure and get New York Cleaning Dyeing Wks Main Office Union phone 173 T 102 Main Greenville Branch Offices Bell phone 215 J MercerL Frank Sharpsville5 Walnut Street 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 for we have the Tailor Made Suits Silk Skirts Waists Costumes Opera Coats Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony Our sterling display of Neck Pieces and Muffs in all kinds ot at every will please The Same Old Stand 708 State Street iSK PRESIDENT FOR EVIDENCE That Congress Is Afraid of the Secret Service HOUSE ADOPTS RESOLUTION HAZEL DtrtNSE RESTS Following Adoption of Similar One In the Committee Will tit During Holiday Week to Receive and Consider Any Evidence the Chief Executive May Submit Upon the versy Between Legislative and Ex ecutive Branches house of representatives by unanimous vote adopted a resolution requesting the president to supply it With any evi dence that may be in his possession that will justify the statement in his last annual message in relation to the attitude of members of congress to ward appropriations for the secret Perkins of New chair man of the special committee charged to investigate the allegations made iu the presidents and John Williams of Mississippi both on the floor that It was the de sire of the special committee to be just toward the president in allowing him to submit any evidence lie may have and both declared that the committee would give it full and impartial consid Perkins said the commit tee would continue in session during the Christmas holidays so that it might receive such evidence from the president promptly and proceed to consider The postal savings bank bill was be fore the senate for over an Sen ator Burkett of Nebraska making n comprehensive argument in favor of Its The senate listened also to the read ing of a message from the president recommending a change in the form of government of the District of Colum bia by which a single executive head would take the place of the board of three commissioners who now Jointly act as a governing Congress will adjourn from Satur day until Remarkable Testimony Given In by defense In the case of Harvey age seven charged with the murder ot his mother on rested Its cnsa this Superintendent Van Cleave of the Toledo public schools was the tast witness for the On the sub ject of upon which the defense bases Us plea of Pro fessor Van Cleave said that the of seventeen is the most critical for a Park an tes tified that the death of Hazel may be attributed to the overindulgence of Iwr Meyers and John Pyle testified that young Hazel has the mind of a Is uncontrollable ami ls actuated by Insane They say that the boy now shows no traca of any mental but was ovt I dently unsound at the time Hazel was KNOX ACCEPTS CABINET PLACE INQUIRED FOR ANNIS to the It Is Said SENATOR RE6RETSTHECHAN6E WOMAN SUSPECTED OF SIX MURDERS dew Held Pending Report on Her Mental State the result of an examination as to the sanity of Mary District Attorney Higgens has ordered an In vestigation into the causes of the ideathB of HX members of Kelle hers family during the past three The specific charge against Kel leher Is ot but the police the attention of the district ac torney to reports which were In cir culation as to the deaths in her fam It is said that the insurance on the lives ol the deceased was paid to The persons who have died Were Kellehers two daughters and two Wltneee Thornton HalMft on Day of real estate testified in the trial of Thornton Hains M iii j principal with his Captain L UllWr SIII6Q TO 60 Petel Halna ln Uie killlng of Wil Ham Aunls that the defendant had inquired as lo the whereabouts of An nis shortly before the latter sailed up to the dock where ht was Thornton Mains stopped talking about real estate and asked me where i Annls said the I point ed out Anniss then sailing ward the The shooting of Annis 1 H is upon this statement of Storm that the prosecution hinges its conten tion that the Halns brothers hunted up Annis for the purpose of killing him and that the real estate Inquiry at the yacht club was a j Other Important testimony was given by Charles a friend of who declared that Thornton Hatns drove him back with a drawn revolver when he sought to stop the Thornton Htfrtis also drove Annis from the float with his re according to Willam the widow of the victim of the yaclit club trag gave brief testimony to establish the death of her She will take the witness stand Tl But Feels It Hie Duty to Comply With of PresidentElect Latest Cabinet From Wash ington Materially Pennsylva nia Political Legis lature Will Probably Have Two Sen atorial Vacancies to Term of Penrose Expiring March United States senator from has been asked by Wil liam Taft to become secretary of state in Tafts cabinet and he has consented to Knoxs accept ance was given somewhat reluctantly aa he believed that his abilities could be utilized better in the national leg islature than in the executive govern Among the comparatively few who know of Tafts offer aud Kuoxs decision much gratification la expressed that Taft is showing a XMAS NECKWEAR Largest assortment In town 75c and L u rl e s 177 Main Street DIRECTORY GREENVILLE TAILORING A REAL TAILOR BISHOP Tailoring In all its Alter Pressing and Clean Corner Main and Mercer ABE HESSES Shop Buy Useful Buy Wearable where men Get the best Buy practical gifts mas shopping at Hesses then youll be sure the quality is Buy mens gifts Do your Christ to for RESTAURANT SMITHS CAFE Best Things to Gat in tbe best is making a reputation for Try us It not a The place to eat is at SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Sollcita transient and local wellcooked foodj moderate Plum corner Erie alms to furnish the Quest quality ot MILK DEPOT When you buy your milk of 21 North Mercer you get the best and IPHOTOQRAPHi ER WEBERS 11 CANAL AH the latest styles In cards folders for 1908 now See the new Royal and The old reliables motto Is Not the cheapest prices best goods at the lowest market Our reputa tion tor 22 Enut Bath Robe Smoking Jacket House Coat Neckwear Mufflers Suspenders Dress Shirts Fancy Hose Wool Hose Soft Hats Stift Hats Opera Hats Full Dress Suits Collars and Cuffs Fancy Vest Stick Pins Sweater Vest Cuft Links Sweater Coats Shirt Studs Athletic Jerseys J Silk Hose Fur Lined Gloves Lisle Hose Silk Lined Gloves Golf Gloves Gauntlet Gloves Automobile Gloves White Vests Evening Waistcoats Night Robes Overcoats Suits Full Dress Protector Linen Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Umbrella Canes Underwear Union Suits Pajamas Raincoats and Boys CUNNINGHAM We appreciate your business The LargestAssortment Of and Shirts In the Town Everything see Lurtes 1T7 MainStreet Gilts selected Early will be Laid Aside Until Christ mas Abe Hesse Correct Clothes For Men Gloves and Mufflers Putin Fancy Christmas ROCKEFELLER SUES Criminal Libel Against Man ager of New York New On a charge of criminal made by John Rock president ot the Star publishers of Wlfliam Hearsts New York Ainerl was anJ arraigned in po lice court before Magistrate At the solicitation ot Clarence Attorney for the Hearst Carviilho was paroled in the cus tody of his lawyer until The article upon which the charge Is based was published in the New York American of 17 under n Chicago date of with the heading originated peOn age In it is said 1 not only liuve no connection what ever with tlie company in but until 1 read i was not aware that sueli a The articla stales thnl I to Chi cago a months ago aiul talUrd of the sysUni of complained I have not Urn in tMcago since a year ajo last Bradford treasurer of the Star explains that the arti cle hud come from Chicago In the reg ular way find thill an investigation would bo stapled at If we find that we have wronged Rockefel said we svlll do x in our er to atone for PRAISES tNLISTED MEN President Roosevelt Attends Dinner and Makes an President Roosevelt paid a signal compliment to the enlisted men of the army and navy by attending a dinner given in their honor by the local The president declared in a post prandial speech that the soldier or sailor who performs his duly well Is entitled to a double meed of praise that never can be obtained by a pri vate SENATOR disposition to form a strong It is understood that has picked big men for other cabinet positions and is hopeful of getting thegd to The attorney generalship is one ot the places which is already tentatively Frank Kellogg of who has been mentioned of prominent ly for thla has not been asked to enter the Several other names have been mentioned in the gossip about the atfbrney There are hints that It will go to Henry like Senator is a Pennsylvania Hoyt Is now solicitor general of the United FORBIO BOND ISSUES New York Railroad Commission Ren ders an Important public service commission has denied the ap plication of the Delaware and Hudson company for authority to issue bonds under its first and rofundlngiJiortgage to refund notes amounting to 285 covering the purchase of stock of the United Traction au elec tric railway operating between Albany and and for advances to the Hud ion Coal company amounting to for tbe purchase of coal lands In The commission saya the traction properties have no definite relation to the Delaware and Hudson railroad and are not a proper subject of a bond iBBue based upon the Delaware and Hudson steam railroad The decision takes the same view of the coal land saying Placing this burden upon the rail road property Would not operate a1 present or In the future to reduce i single freight rate or passenger fara and only tend lo increase The coal lands must be deemed sufficiently val uable to bear a separate mortgage In HM Chat MEYER FROWNS UPON SANTA GLAUS LETTERS HIBe Rented 01 Sent toOMd Letter Office Oliver Slated For morning news paper prints the following The acceptance by Senator Knox of a place in the cabinet of William Taft creates a very interesting sit uation in Pennsylvania Sen ator Knox it is resign his seat in the United States senate within a very short time and the task of selecting his successor will be up to the members ot the nett Which convenes The flame leg islature will also select a successor to Senator Penrose of This will make the next session one of the most Important In the history of the George Oliver of this city has been slated to succeed Senator and Senator Penrose will succeed him In discussing the situation n Philadelphia Senator Penrose intimat ed that Senator Knox would resign in February and that Oliver would be chosen for the Postmaster Oeneral Meyer announces that he will not renew his order issued In Decem permitting delivery to char itable organizations ot letters ad dressed to Santa Numerous complaints have been made to the postmaster general by vany charitable organizations that ow rival here ink night JOOT panted b PrMdie ulars or his House IM Roosevelt poeed trip I was decided made with The start wll The dedsli convoy the tlon which tain i Is no le the presidency J ity to his lnaug This Info by here on bis able that All and Prede will accoifttf both civil i Senator bad a Taft during 1 NO BREJ Between mau Theodflirifl has arrived hi for the United succeed here until tni j the excaptl 01 Cleveli said Uut tween Taft i senatonMftf Burtons ter Into i or but want to I asli ot a Charles to State from Wa be will to open Forakma tbe Bank Clerks Sentences President Roosevelt has commuted the sentences Of Edward MacMlllan and Charles who were convicted In the Enterprise National bank prosecutions at MacMlllans sentence Is reduced from five to two and onehalf years and Menzemers from four to two President Roosevelt gave as a reason for commuting the sen tences that both men were merely thB tools of Lee 4 The training received at The School That Gets Results leads to a good We will not be able to supply the demand for graduates during the next YOU can have a position if you will get Catalogue MEADVILLE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Taft May Get Senator Bourne Introduced a bill providing for an increase in the salary of the presi dent of the United States from 000 to and in the salary of the Vice president from to The bill is Intended to take effect at the beginning of the next administra NAILED TO TUBS BOTTOM Pound Will Disposing of Estate Valued at In a red envelope and nailed to the bottom ot a vashtub the of the late lonahan of disposing of iroperty valued at was Monahan was a j Vhen he died no will could bo and John Monahan of a broth was made Of the es is left to the Chicago j to a ret Mullen of Boston each hree sisters in Ireland and smaller amounts to nephews and New Haftlen Government Instructions have sent by the state depart rnent to American Minister Furniss at Port au Prince to accord recognition to the new government of head ed by General For The Largest Selection OF Oesirabla Biffs See L u Me s 177 Main POSTMASTER GENERAL Ing to the large number ot sucb let ters taken by the various charities while the order was In force It was not possible to investigate each and that the presents given outfell into the hands of unworthy The practice was objected to on the ground that It tended to make beggars of Santa Claus letters will this year be sent to the division of daad letters unless the address of the sender ap pears upon the in which case the letter will be returned to such More than letters are ad dressed by the children of the coun try lo Santa Claus WANTS ITS LINES BACK Old Cleveland Railway Company Also Asks For Million Cleveland Railway original owner of the majority of the traction lines ti this has filed in the United States circuit court a crosspetition in the re ceivership of all the systems brought by the Central Trust company of New i L I The petition asks that the eourl grant tlui company possession of 1U lines and besides tiles claim foi j DpRiver Coal Reaches Florence Marmet convoy of thirteen light coal barges has arrived being tbe first arrival ot coal from upriver points In five She came from the Kanawba fleet being several hours MUSIC DEALER IN DEEP Obtained on Assets of Only It i In the court proceedings in the case of music who had stores in Toledo and other now it was developed that he was able to obtain credit for on assets of only His business was wrecked by too much expansion in the manufacture of electrical There is said not to be a cent for the TURK Hepr and Constant interval ot tered upon i urattoo In parliament tlon pron cf this ye Tbe person wa markablaC Turklab represent tumes ot geoui pic la ft leftlali KING Iff Alarmlet ftoj Londoay have i cently King Edit that tbe not such as 1 members ot blp A member that In kings tbr able that I tbroat bad and the don and land i One Bed For Forty New there but beds In the United States to accommodate consumptives Is the statement made by the National Association for the Study and Preven tion of Councilman Charged With president of the common council of Is charged with perjury and conspiracy to defraud the city out oC ww bailed tU Ka laden meeting of manufactq fuse tbe M per action wtltj ing of air all ttat   

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