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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                BBTABLISHBD CENTS PBR INGALLERY Great Financier Listens to Debate on the Aldrich Bill in United States Washington News OF due on all Its bonds can be used for KNOX IN MICHIGAN Pennsylvania Senator Makes Address at Kalamazoo Lincoln Club I dreds were turned away from the J Academy of Music last night unable i to gain admission to the annual quet of the Kalamazoo Lincoln j at which United States Senator Phi lander Knox of Pittsburg and Con gressman Adam Bede of Minnesota I wore the guests of other apeak ers wero United Statea Senator MAN HIGHER UP Who Was the Man Who Got the Main Graft in The Capitol V Facts Elicited Senate on Aldrich Bill Re volves Around That Sec tionofthe Measure SEVERAL AMENDMEHTS OFFERED tanator LaFollette Would Have Pro posed Currency Based Only on 8e curltlss Representing Physical Value i currency he RASSAWAYS RHMANPF FnlDS uVZ7 7 would allow the use or bonds ot bAbbAWAY bKUMANUt tNUb Burrows of Michigan and former roads that have not paid dividends on Miss Ashford Definitely States That Charles Simons o JtefltoVfe Simons maile an earnest plea for the the AJdrlch currency bill was bejfcin In the senate and mas followed by many bankers who occupied seats In the Among them was Plerpont Morgan of Now The 4Ucussion of tbe dl ttmt This would permit the of the bonds of a number of southern roads which are now Upon the suggestion or Aldrich Danlelss amendment was referred to finance where It will be TaWney Joins the change was suggested by Me Cumber ot North requiring had the secretary of the treasury to deter mine the actdal value of the bonds offered for currency circulation in stead of the market He de market value bod no purpose of making any news fluctuate the actual value paper statements on be ascertained according to the power covering a number of widow Charged With Fred of hew state constitn Ashford of this city announces she Is United the Democratic candidate for vice president In the last national cam Miss AHhford Hinted that she broke Shn no dealro to the sen ator at his age from his For these reasons she did not care to hare progreg8 of lnterstate regu saying ho TBISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Jesse who shot a has been sentenced to serve sixteen years In the dead rat was found in a can ofmilk at the North tlon which has Just been formulated 8Jde station of the Baltimore and Ohio by a constitutional convention sitting at Senator Knox as the first speaker In order that he might early ona special tor Prosecution in Capitol Conspiracy Trial Closes Its Case With Resounding Crash iiFire doHINT OF SOMEONE HIGHER UP partments froih NewBrightonand Beaver Falls joined Stanford Lewis Testifies That San Health authorities are mak ing an in fighting a blaze here which caused darilape estimated at over upon the jaw said that Interest In the proceedings of the house Attached to a mild criticism ot arrested on the charge of murdering her will be given the president by hearing at j jdan committee on approprla Her Isheld1 as a i liter as Dahrlnger was insured for f chargealappolntod the Inland water is said two policies would have Woman Accgii rected chiefly toward the provision for ways commission without authority of the day Dahrlhger was railroad bonds as a basis for emer Thajidebatq Was on the urgent bill and grew out of a sen wnilo In supposedly by ate aininoment to pay John Bank On another occasion hg was shot while gojir senator from for ff his senflces on the The V right president to appoint such A ROYAL commissions was upheld by gency a wide difference of being developed cojiicerning tbe method that should be Adopted in determining the valuation tOifo given such bonds as well as opposition to the of such security under any The bill was Anally read through and committee amendments were In corporated in the being under that the entire bill is to be sub toajnendment since on of mur dering jGuertnV was acquitted by a jury In the criminal The whops the widow of Michael McDonald formerly a po enjoined hisservants tosend for him j lltlcal leader in received the condemned Secretaryof when nnythingof that sort was to be verdict withoiitiapjiaretit A answer to a question by Cul 8tate for his manner of ban One day his favorite valet de Members of the Jury took art oath be i of Indiana and Under The Story of Tooth Pulling by i wood Jot The how refused to adopt the Peter Great particularly delight ed In drawing and he strictly Secretary Root of Mur der of Webster 5 Her Parai Dora has bofn on trial here bereon as to the methods be by the secretary of the treaa in determining the market value if tbe Aldrich said that they were all quoted on exchanges and he thought there would be no diffi culty that LaPollstte Offers LaFollette had read amend dling the negotiationswith Russia re chambris seemed very The laVdlng passports to Russian Hebrew czar asked him what was the citizens of United while Lowden of Illinois with equal fore reporting their finding not to re vealthe history of their your said the The first stood 8 to 4 ray wife Is suffering as tor but subsequent develop dersort Complained t6 Him of Hav ing Had to Divide With fence Stunned by ell capltolconspiracy trial was reached just beforethe com slon is felt nere for the safety of the Itionwealth closed wfren Stanford some things yet be done In for ameeting of the Democratic state j committee in this city on to v ft b Dlmetlnj has Issued a call j e De city the date df the meeting of the B I max inrthes state c safety car ferry which left to Architect fttr tjils port and Is now that There are eight Contractor Joiin nn hA TKimal V1 i Iha defendants complained tliat hedid not want to cut dpwn his bills because Weather has had the effect hapad to put np a big wad for other wing the coal trade so much that all MnniB force defended Secretary saying ony from and she obstinate ments were carefully ly refuses have the tooth takeu If rthat is said will shot and killed in his the Onmua the negotiations would result torlly to Jewish citizens desiring to lislt The Indian appropriation bill was he intends to They pro alBcussed for some time and was that she was not suffering at Tragedy occurred i Tide that no bond a should simended important particu wasi nothing the matter with arrested and char l accepted for security oohsideratlon was not con V Her husband ahdj slew the face value and cost o large supply the way she your the valofc1 VSberJf appropriation was fering secretary of the navy ac eeptedI the of his Mid producing the shall been issued on bonds shall not be more than f6 per cent of the phyulcal value of the road on which the bonds are And he instantly pulled out the Indl Vicfor because of catcd tooth amid Rooncure her at building McDon When they arrived the woman de ild was alone wlfb Avlth ppolrt presrdent Oeifi signed after her March The shock of the tragedy proved disastrous to McDonald and he died Hold her head and Bald the I will have It but m a Notice was given by McLaurln of Mississippi of an amendment he limiting the amount of cur rency to be Issued any bonds to the par value of the tiondnV Senator Daniel offered an amend ment providing that bonds of railroads that paid regularly and contin uouslyfor flte years next preceding the deposit of its bonds the interest Peters indignation dis til Midshipman Metcalf is profuse the twentyfive years of age and entered the nuval service Much of the time during the past few years used him as an executioner to punish he has been on sick It wan who had never bad an un wlth considerable reluctance that Sec sound tooth In her retary Metcalf accepted the resigns as he anxious fthat his ion should have a naval His fortune was left to the accused woman and hlstwo one tbe child of a former Special provision was made In his will DeWIUs Little Early Risers are the best pills Sold by Harry West If you want furniture now Is the time to buy when you can find everything in stock that is needed to make your home look If you anticipate camping out or spending the summer In your cottage It will pay you to look over our selection of cot tage just the thing or You can use them on your porch or lawn In the daytime and use them tor a bed at night Our evergrowing trade en ables us to carry a full line of uptodate Furniture which we sell at such reasonable prices that we never have anything but staples on Our Christmas goods were cleaned up to the A visit to our store will sat isfy you as it has many others that we have the right goods at the right THE QIBSON PVIRNITVIRE THE Finds Diamond In night watchman at a local pa rubber by his but so many hands pet found a diamond In the occur in which there is really no play refuse from the ragcleaning room of that such losses aro comparatively nn the Two diamonds hod already been found in the paper mills within two months and the night watchman became possessed of the idea that it might be worth while to clean out the trough that carries the refuse from the Cleaning roomTo his great eaent the bucket of refuse that he sifted produced a brilliant Tbe diamond weighed two and a half tarats and bod apparently been used or a shirt little later his ratat had for McDonalds and the instrument was attacked in court by former Alary whom he had obtained a This suit Is still It developed at tbe trial that Querin and Dora McDonald had been more or less intimate almost ten their relations having begun when Guerin was less titan seventeen years The state asserted that Guerin had attempted to dissolve these relations and that the woman shot him in a jealous defense attacked Juerlns char Bridge A I luast 00 per cent of the game of bridge lies in the A poor player loses trlckb had often the game and Death Sentence Monte death against Violet who with her Vere Leger was convicted of the murder ot Bmma Levin here last has been commuted to life Important compared with havoc wrought by maker for constantly bis decision is invoked when tUc safety of the game or its success lies in his judgment of the value of To choose between hearts or diamonds and no to select clubs rather than to know wluii a five card suit is safe and when one of four cards shonld be nbore all to keep an imrelar ns attention upon the state of the toeReading and the Lehteh Valley Lewis also testlfled that the letter Coal company collieries have been hp produded Monday witn the dered to Work six days a week until kpianatton it was responslble further notice Ihstead of being indicted for conspiracy Congressman In the capltol had been Coudfey ttnd Lydia Written and brotighii to him by former Roth of Louis were married at the Auditor General a defendant home of Hi Rose by the in the present for his They are friends of In which letter was made certlned to a bill for paid to the Pennsylvania Con struction company for metallic filing which he had found lewiss testimony came like shock to the following as It did introduction of a great amount of doc umentary evidence to show that thou sands of dollars were paid to Sander son fcr capltol nionUiB be fore of the receipt itfgpod MAM HI ft An w 1 Jacob family and stopped here en route to Washington to be a McKees Rooks being re fused a license to marry his reappeared a hours later with This time he obtained a girls in McKees said Andy with a broad West Alexander has a The un canny creature is to be a headless maAt seen a half mile nesses have been subpenaod by the and it is doubtful if the CAM will reach the jury before the middM of next COMPELLED TO SIGN ai Muzzle 6t for v Parkersbiirfc a revolver pointed at his Wilson of Petmsboro was compelled fp sjgn three amounting to by Charles a laborer6t that place who alleged that thephyal Clan had criminally assaulted As o result Ebell 4s now in jail at i having ben ar rested on warrant Wilson charging blackmail Ktjtt ttat Bbellf ftto bis plflee Mter the little later a Greenwood ySen Be V was at qBlce demanded that Mb that theywduldbe sM had tried4o get the moneyon them at tbe bank and was demandwas complied u iJt djs allegBd the manthreatened1 life ofDn Wilson if told PrinceDamagsd 20 Cento Febf flotl the divorced hdabattd Qitnild of New was fouWl fey the court rtliltlll assault and on Prince fittttj de was given 20 cents tea N today Harry h celebrating the headless mvv couldbeipproved Dlea Heldelbaufb died near by and the whole countryside is Ida Clay Hlnes of Parker bassbcen denied dfvorce from Harry Hlnes by Judge on the ground that misrepresentation of social standing testimony of and and y by was calling Lwl8 to the stand to offer the da SJ3dprsonB statement was made tin in life does not constitute the of 190S when the contractor In the meaning of the statutes as a reason for went to hischicken coop to feed the fowls and found that thirty had been One hen remained in the coop and on the front door of the coop was pinned a written with a lead It read as Dear us for doing but we hod Korb willcontinue toact during 1908 asserting that he had system sheriff The atically blackmailed McDonald court has so paid a visit to Hustons office during the Absence of the architect in Stuart has issued a reqululUojton came to our office fuller of the with bills on which he requested Sects Lewis The board of public grounds and buildings had ordered a reduction in some of these I told Sanderson what In structions had been Issued and be pro tested against any cut in bis He sold he didnt see why he should have to lower his bills when he had to put UP a ulij wad for The attorneys for the defense were greatly surprised at this and after a whispered consultation ju 01101 a nuiDiM2itu cuimuiiauuu for years and offered evidence tending Gilbert crossexamined witness to show that ho had attacked her in his studio on the day of the ot the United return to of Chester Arthur Gor it is crime in Chester county and fled to where he Is now under A The marvellous curative properties tn i vuvtuu Lim nin w ux LAAD with Its shifting demandsall of Foley8 HnO5r and Tar tLe re useTto these are tbe sterling qualities of good Once sensible that y ire lacking iu any such respect y will find your game apprecla bticugthened by attention and study Oood coughs and colds yield to other Foleys Honey and Tar will stop your I heal the lungs and expel the cold from your Contains no j harmful Sold by Kam Bessemer Noodlesto Sett Records WATCH FOR Friday Afternoon at Four Oclock the Champion Newsboy Will Be Heard I Noodles the champion 1 newsboy of the world made a big hit at Youngs theatre last Ho sung some very clever char actor Bongs and told some good Ho made a big hit with Harry Von Tllzers big Italian song answer and dismissed the petition of Albert The decision means that no appointments caL be made by county commissioners to fill these Rose English House ownera uiv sometimes ratbMr in of far ttitlr und lit Piilmrbta houM miming is occasionally uitlicr Thus The Maples bus never a Tbe Uosiiry only Snuitj Kklf Is the villa uud after the EuKUsli lukes no i amlqatin to this statement by susgest the ilbtrici tban After commonwealth IJ an mnrtu n tnia becosM woof the defense made a motion to found a hornets nest and presented It outcerjain testimony from the to a lady She hung it In the Hose called on the young lady and the Kunkel took under ad heated for the oc casionThe warmth awoke the hor nets from their hibernation and with a roar they came The couple dashed from the but did not get monwealth made out a mnl St Leonards Should the courtoverrule this IICMISOB and there seemsto be no doubt that out until they were severely Antonio de a wealthy Italian who was three times made tbe victim of on attack by the Black has sailed for leaving his extensive Interests to be disposed of by a local He was attacked at his home a week ago by a band of six armed with and since that time he had not left the house as he believed him self to bo a marked Fourteen years after tbe commission of his crime the venerable Amos for mer secretary of the Allen County Building and Loan will have to undergo his sentence for em bezzling tbe funds of the The supreme court lias decided against Young had two trials and both re sulted lu his Error was then found lu the last The su preme court reverses the circuit court and affirms lliu Judgment of the trial According Marueru at Coney to one of the bestknown Italians of This song is cleverly written and the city the blackmailing operations Noodles made a decided hit when which have been disturbing Youngs he sang it with all trimmings pecul town and thu surrounding territory iar to His Imitation been financed by of the late President MoKinley ad There are people in this city outside dressing the school children of Chi Of the Italians who have been doing iynr W8ht Manv In remarked the Many in me audience reninrKca vhlch has been operating here at wonderful change In dialect Jhls New Castle and PltUburg BM had onaaclal suDoort from Continued on page liilrst Inhouse and jj nut holt have tbo sitnje a When tne trial is resumed today nafnes these tajtw defense will move that the dinilnntioni not unsafe ft rectjthO ijryito bring In a verttlctdf J 4 ground that the com H Is curious to note ibut m Uasttaip H it number ft have typleiilly Suxnn to oouuiuiiiDiniL the great of wUiiti the It the defense will outline its side to the A large Cl wjt Kuxon Unsiiuss s Absolutely Pure only bmklmg Orrnrnm ofTmHmr Nt No LhN ftMiplah   

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