Greenville Evening Record, December 21, 1908 : Front Page

Publication: Greenville Evening Record December 21, 1908

Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania PRICB 1CBNTS not Come Here And Eat AH Kinds of Oysters As You Liks Them CITYMSIAURANT JOURNALIST OF FAME DEAD Jfelaw ArUmta I Cmlfk Cmawlli Mv I fUMl UniMV 1 rONOH Terre 187 he re prfea a Qa waa eiiifnim his tUgl BWiaber of Major SMUhvn gaged for tfcrao in cottoB faint ing at Major Oattm began his JoUrMltattc career at Terre aa of the By the York Cleaning and Dye dyslng alhe very lowest log worktT It It needless for Gentleman notel M to recommend air II yon and press clothes or tht small hare we would yon to try amount of call w ud practical tSr them and also na demonstration Is better than prom up by either phonev Make no mis UeM We do all kinds of cleaning and be sure and s i i i flew York Cleaning Dyeing Main Office 102 Main Greenville Union phone 173 T dell phone 211J Branch Offices Agt s Sharpsville5 Walnut PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles We are open evenings from now till and are rtsady to give better values for your money than you ever had x 1 All Suits and Furs at Extra Low Come in and see them the best is the 7O8 State Street moved thikjaner to Chi continuing U publtcatton tho Chicago tn 1888 he In the American Press the monument to his Later the main of the American Press Association were removed to New where they The association has through out the serving ot In all the associations work he was the head and front and Major Smith possessed the broadest ot He was keehly Interested tn LACKING FOR CONSUUR CORPS Few CawIWitfjAWetti Pass Required ExamMon of Aflwrteio Press Association KNOWN THROUeHOUT UNO As President of Countrys Cargeal Newspaper He Kspt r Teuch Wljlb Publishers All OvSi Philoaophsr and Well tntutto m mMl of ir fotd phMes from Civil Great Collection material cares la and expo aging lack of suitable material for aj of PincTresev sHlon of religion philosophy and polhtment to the student interpreter Dobbs Or ando Jay president and gen iral manager of the American The most prominent ot Major jij Smiths Books A ShortView of AH AMERICAN POMPEII City Balna Unearthed Casa An American Pompeii ts gradually being brought In light according to the annual report ot Charles secretary of the Under special congressional appro priation the work of excavating a pro historic burled city at Casa near has been conduct ed by J Walter Fewkei A The board Ot examiners has certified to the secre tary of state a list of successful candinumber of btmctures been dates who are eligible to appointment but Che largest one excavated in the consular Of the 71 canluring the year was a building feot didates who were designated for the with eleven the massive examination last July 45 presented walls inclosing a In the central themselves and only 19 passed the ex room there Is a seat called by the In the November examina Indians the seat of Monte Uon candidates were designated and The ruins at Gasa Grande were of these 37 were out ol found to be much more extensive which only 23 were than was anticipated and it is still oil Commenting upon the November exthat their permanent preservation is of amination the board reports ThlsSx great archeoiogical amlnatlon has again shown a AGED INDIAN SENTENCED GOES FOR MEETS HIS DEATH died at oclock evening at his home on the He had been ill since which time he was oiverated upon for cancer ot the ThroSigh his ong Illness he retained his interest In daily He was attended by Walter Blake and Orlando Jay the r of the American Press Association its pVesldent and general manager from its inception until his was a journalist of eational To training and guidance many of the nien prominent in the newspaper world during the jtaat two decades owe their position and As head of the largest newspaper syndicate in Amer ica Major Smith came into Intimate contact wttlv writers and journalists with newspapers of every grade of influence and They frequently testified to the sterling worth df nls his own ability and his capacity for developing ability in HU aubordlnates In the American Press many of whom were associated with him for twenty years or tc him as an unfailing of Insptra tlon In their work inentoi and Major Smith was born June 14 on a farm near Terre of Vermont His Hi ram was one of Imllanas jlo sent his son to the jpublic schools and later to Asbury college He embodied his views Incorps In a less the lack of Gets Life Imprisonment For volumes have received good candidates the consular Neighbor in attention frofn the worlds sistant In the case of both these Okla Scoti t branches of the service it seems im age a widely known Indmn possible to obtain the men WaB found guilty of the murder of Mist required without drawing upon states age twentyeight already over represented in the serv3cott was sentenced to life Imprteon tea The murder was committed Jub Among those successful for the post 13 scott had warned Miss Mur of consul were Edward James Peronneau obert all of Great We Coming Do Balance and Agreement Between Science and Re j Major Smith to a love ot learning and study love of nature aqd life In the He was a suc cessful horticulturist and his farm at and his home at Dobbs some of the flnest sDeclmens pf In In person Major Smith was distin1 MESSAGES NOT SENT Operators Destroyed Them and Kept the It Is invest who was a to keep off his The shooting occurred while Miss was walking to ward Scotts house to talk with j The Indian stood in his doorway and fired a bullet from his rifle into her j Scott at the time of his arrest gawe as a reason for his act that Miss Miir gulshedamong Tall and well gallon by the Western Union Tele ray haj his famous he bore himself with dignity and graph company has disclosed an or wnich had been his boon companion ease and his cleanshaven face bore ganlzed system of theft among during a number of his At the Uie impress ot hts nptendld In on the PaClflc coast by which insanity was the plea of the de later hair be the telegraph company and thousands tame silvery adding an indo of its patrons have robbed of an charm to his HI i manner was kindly and without He had a keen sense of Await His Retorn IS FOUND HANGING TO TREE Tragic End Overtakes Charles Krslesr While En Route From Canada to New Home Near Had Roll of Money and 4eft Train at U Buy Food For His Not Seen Again While en route with his wife and twelve chil dren from to Peters burg where they expected to make their Charles an met a tragic death near Gra His was found hanging to a tree suspended by heavy twine around his The police believe that who displayed large roll of money on the train between Cincinnati and Blue according tl the conduc was robbed arid When the train reached Bluefleld Kreicsr to get lunch for his wife and chil The train pulled out before Krelcar returned and he was left bex Kreicar had the railroad tickets from lloanoke to Petersburg In his and when the justice to which testimony is borne a host of in whose welfare he took active Major Smith IB survived by a widow and t wo and a The fast Courtland la rice presi dent and assistant geTlpral manager of the American Pries BURNS FAVORITE Bsttlng on Fight With Johnson Favors the French Canadian heavy weight pugillsjcgnd Jjrcfc the amount at several hundred thousand according to a state ment made by an ofHcial of corn nowDepauw In later who are to ie uelveraity conferred on Us dlstin flght next the Numerous complaints received by company from persons who fllert messages that their messages had never been delivered aroused the Union officials jo A secret service was and it was discovered that in some Instances over 60 per cent of the messages fllei at railroad offices where the operators jointly handle the commercial busi ness of the telegraph company and the business of the railroads were never transmitted and all records of the dls patches were DESIGNER BLAMED POOR HEN MADE RICH Carpenter and to Share in Vast a arid his William A I a railway have In formed that they are part helreto an estate in the heart Wilmington aaid to worth The estate was originally owned b Christopher a German baroi who came to America nearly a centurj He leased the property to varlou persons and died without leaving The lease expired last January The barons sister was the grandmoth er of the Lyle Arizone Lyle laforty years old nnd has a wife and three His brother Is thirty jor Smith He served until tlie end of the war Mnthe armies of thePo Hfinl work has ftt for a long and hard battle although ABE HESSES Shop Buy Useful Buy Wearable where men Get the best Buy practical mas then youll be sure the quality is right lat to ior Ohio and rising to the odds favor probably ba the rank of major in the Sixth Indiana causer of his signal He was wounded near AtJohnson has many and was taken prisoner and Burns is quartered at Darling Point has placed Irmaelf in the of with as spsns Is at a Jack Mullins Is hstriiitier nnd Bl 1 so hand ily last been doing his for tlie Insl KIVS points on Burnssstyle of Jfeveral oii er pugilists have been IIBIIK Invthis and Johion has in thehardest kind of the gloves and onthe road pa to what he considers tho vmost importantbattle of his Both of the men have been gtvlnc training exhibitions twice a week ai the stadium and thousands of Including many have watched the fighters at their Iii this way the men have been enabled Buy mens gifts Do your Christ 1 Pratt of the engineer designed the Wllllamsport bridge and superintended the construction of the concrete is held responsible by the coroners jury for the accident at the as a of which five men are dead and three others are in a The finding of the jury says the en gineer approved a grade of snntl iufcv rior to that called for in the contract and permitted the structural iron workers to go on the pier which gave way before it had time to Bath Robe Smoking Jacket House Coat Neckwear Mufflers Silk Suspenders Dress Shirts Fancy Hose Wool Hose v Soft Hats Stifl Hats Opera Hats Full Dress Collars and Cuffs Fancy Vest Sweater Vest Sweater Coats Athletic Jerseys Fur Lined Gloves Stick Pins Cufl Links Shirt Studs Silk Hose Gilts selected Early will be Laid Aside Until Christ mas l5ilk Lined Gloves Golf Gloves v Gauntlet Gloves Automobile Gloves White Vests Evening Waistcoats Night Robes Overcoats Suits for Full Dress Protector Linen Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Umbrella Canes Underwear C Union Suits Pajamas Raincoats and In a lot of a portion of they Intend to place on their The public betting favors Burns at to 4 and already a large amount been put in the hands of stakehold ers at these Is expected that persons will see the tickets having already been sold s also sa Roanoke after midnight Mrs Kreicar and the twelve children entered a wait ing room and remained there all A message told of the finding of the A small cord was about the 1 The railroad in American money and two Canadian coins were In Krelcars The said that Kreicar an Beared to be very happy at tho pros pectsof reaching his new home In time to spend the holidays with his wifes living near Krecai s body has been taken to Petersburg for In BLAZE fOWN L Prey of Flames For Hours Before They Are Losses aggregating were Inflicted at Clearfleld by a flro which seemed so certStn to sweep th entire town that a score ot families removed all their household PARADE TO HELP NEEDY Marianna Relief Planned in Leechburg on Unique Scale unique method of helping those made orphans and widows by the recent mine disas ter at Marianna is planned by the Hti man Rights order A big street parade will be held next Saturday and in the line witl ba wagons to receive cash and miscellaneous articles collected from homes andbusiness houses along the The Human order is an organization of local A band will head the Abe Hesse Corroc t Cl oth e s For Men Gloves andMuffilers Putin Fancy Christmas LONGBOAT JOINS THE CHURCH TODAY Next Monday Will Marry His Indian Sweetheart training received School Gets Rtsuha to a j will not be to luoply lor durieftM oMt can htve petition i you fet YOU VEGETARIAN AGE 105 Never Needed Doctor Until Inevitable End TAFTS TO ESTABLISH A SUMMER COLONY Four Brothers Desire Place on New England Coast elect Taft said he is not the source of inspired or live1 His ne has no additional mem bers since the Knbx no offers ot positions are pending nor has he made any Decision with respect to making That a Taft summer colony may be established somewhere on the New England coast is tbe earnest hope of the He said It was the desire of himself and brothers to find some place on the New England coast which would possible dupli cate the very desirable conditions the family had so long enjoyed during the summer months at Murray There each of the Taft brothers have If the appropriate place can be found and earnest efforts to this end will be made the fourbrotb The blaze started In a livery which was doomed before the flames were Its origin ta not One otUlie three hoises burned Was a trick animal valued at It was taken from the stable and tied to H near by It bioke away and dashpd baclc into the blazing The village Is without lire protection and a brisk breeze quickly communi cated the flames to other buildings iu the The JleOaclcen building was but this did not stop the march of the Wheri the flamea reached the Frank Flynn it was found that a hose at Mos sers tannery near long enough to play a stream the building and here the blaze was The school building was on flre sev eral but was saved by a bucket It is estimated that worth of household goods were piled In the streets by persons who believed their homes were iJiinivirK IN IK L r 105 years old died at his home in i William H Charles Henry I Predonla after a brief He was and Horace will locate together tha a vegetarian and never required their outdoor exercise and congenlil eervices of a doctor until within the family life and association may be car last few Woman Dies at 104 Re becca Steeltons oldest IB dead at the age of Cohen was a native of came i this country over sixty years rled on as it has been TWO CHILDREN CREMATED Invalid Mother and Babe Es cape From Traverse children were cremated the home of Edward Toner was burned in the village of fourteen miles west of this The faintly were all in bed when Toner was awakened by the There was just time for herself and her sick husband to escape With a which was sleeping in their leaving age and Ly age who were in iiiotlur Long the Indian longdistance runner who defeated Dorando in the Mara thon race at New was received the Anglican church here He what Is known as a pagan His marriage to Mise Marsole of the Mohawk Indian reserve is 10 take place on the platform of Massey Hall at the close of a I benefit I Longboats Indian name Is Cahwa meaning of hla Intended bride is meaning i klUloWRfctttER Lived in One Spet 101 Harriet Armstrong died at her home in this age 101She had lived all her life the spot where she Up to a few days ago she was quite John Hannahan to New Han grand master of the Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen and Engi will on 1 sever bis official connection with the organization to taketfae vice presidency ofthe Ameri can Automatic Stoker in which Edwin Hawley and Theodore Shonts of New York are MISS CLEMENS IS UPSET While Sleighing Mark Twains Daugh ter Meets With While sleighing the horse became frightened j and the sleigh in which MissClara daughter of Samuel Clemens Mark and Ossio Eabrilowi1 the Russian were j was I Miss Clemens escaped with a severe shaking Mr who Jumped as the sleigh grabbed the horses preventing a He sustained a sprained Batterhps Sail Frr Tim battleship fleet has sailed for te Mrtk tkftv 1 Huntsr Makes Brave Effort Save Former Congressman Loud But In San Dec Congressman Eugene Loud ts dead hunting thirty miles down the Kluaimat the home of Ms soninlaw mee river a promt Loud served twelve years In congress nent whose home is from the Fifth aroused a big rattlesnake and In a tent the onlr after It s flat Two Men Killed on a While crossing a railroad bridge near Wind her on their way to work Willis Ream and Basbor both of Faint Somerset were run down by a freight train and VITALIZER Castro OOM to Hospital Castro been M aad tound by the twa who huatlnc with MB to wltti Notice of Rsduction Imperial oalltery company has posted aottoes at on Paint creek ibat pending negotiations between op waters and miners it withdraws Its no tice of a reduction and would opeMte rtd ipeclal ot allvonrtro taWw BnA KocMort Fiato In dwt uutdruplo Also flno MM of 8IB of tki Mmt v ZA a Witness negie arrived hore lasfulRht aud wll testify today before means committee of tha of resentatives with refcveiica to the revi sion of the tariff on BEBTOBEB U8T lUwa clock run mut Is VITALIZEB will wlod wantl U you are tf ate ;

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Publication: Greenville Evening Record

Location: Greenville, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: December 21, 1908

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