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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ntrmtumm m PA S CENTS PEft A HEARING Congressman Lilley Repeats Charges Against Alleged Corrupt Lobby Before Naval Affairs Committee BEATEN ONCE oplc under discussion before the For nearly three hours Sena tor Robert Owen of Oklahoma spoke he AdrlchbUl c sl3ed over uie cllned to make public the substance of his The committee held a second session and it was announced MINE INSPECTORS UPHELD Court Declares Coal Companies Must Comply With Judge Van Swearlngen has dismissed tho appeals of tho United nnd Atlas Coal companies and ordered them to comply with orders of mine Inspectors to provide better ventilation and safer conditions for the The deci sion sustains the position of tho mine who notified the companies that unless they put tho Naomi and Lafayette mines In safe condition the Inspectors would make application to the court for Injunctions suspending the operation of thpse Scarlet Wants to Know Why Snyder Waited until After Berrys Election to Announce Graft Discovery somewhat slmTlaV to b 1 notes of Lillys statement decl8lons will settle the somewhat similar 10 me that has been going on for the last thirteen years between the CharlttH Stllllngs will not be re mlne and operators as to stored to duly as public Presij the course to pursue In such with essential dlf been transcribed and which he declared would have prevented the recent panic had Senate Committee on Military Af fairs Votes Against Foraker in Brownsville Case DECIDES NEGROES DID SHOOTING Bo Declares Report That Will Be Sub mitted to Senate After Two Years of Offers Res Which Is That the shooting In the affray ai Brownsville on the night of 1900 was done by some of the negro sol dlers of the Twentyfifth United States infantry and that the testimony taken before the senate committee on mill tary affairs falls to identify the guiltj parties is the opinion of eight mem liers of the Pour members the committee voted against thle decision and one member did not vote The resolution declaring the guilt o the negroes was submitted by Sena tor Lodge and was adopted after flv resolutions by Senator one fcy Senator Dupont and one by Senator all of which were offered as had been voted The vote was reached after prolonged in extending over two sea Blonb of congress and evidence had been taken covering thousands of Practically every negro of the three companies of infantry dishonor ably discharged by President Roose testified in his own while evidence In support of the president was given by many artny officers and citizens of Throughout the entire which in many sections of the country has been made a political the antiadministra tion side has been directed by Senator In the final vote in the com mittee a majority of the Republican members came to his The Ohio senator expressed himself as grat ified at as it was apparent from the outset that all of the Democratic Those repre members were convinced that the ine bridge companies contend groes did the ed that an order compelling them tc c ag former Senator of that no action would be taken on he The denied that 1 lad Arkansas In 1900 proposed legislation resolution ontll were In dangerous condl it been enacted into Owen re ceived close attention from senators and was frequently Interrupted with questions which led to spirited General debate on the army appro priation bill In the house again fur nished opportunity for free expression of opinion on the Issues of the Garrett of Tennessee and Pou of North Carolina arraigned the Re publican party for Its policies with re gard to the while Hayes of California denounced the financial sys tern of the United States as patch work aud the Aldrlch bill as falling far short of the remedial legislation The only remarks pertinent to the army bill were made by Par ker of Now who spoke In fa vor of Increased and by Kns termann of Wisconsin in support of the restoration of the Tho seven hours allowed for general de bate on the bill will expire when the measure will be read for Kustermann was bitter In his denunciation of those who had brough the abolishment of the canteen With one stroke of the he de It was sought to mnke goody goodies out of Instead o dent RoosHVelt has let thin fact bo caBeg known to friends who talked with him concerning the tangle In the govern ment The report of Rosslter will be made to the wllhln a It Is It Is believed ho has communicated some of his findings to the president and these are said to substantiate the charges which resulted In the suspen sion of TRAIN UNDER HUDSON Dashes Off on Journey at Signal From Now the 800 Fatal Accidents In ipector McDonald of he sixth anthra cite district has completed his annua It shows a largo Increase in the number of fatal accidents inside the mines of tho tie tote Jumping from 2S InJjWC to In Shipmate of Farragut George ROB who was with Admiral Farragti at the battle of Mobile was founi dead Including Governor Hughes and Governor Fort und their an offl ITS YOUR clal train of formal openiiiK of the nel and Mubmarliie system linking New York aud New rolled out of marking the Dont Mistake the Cause of Your Greenville Citizen Shows How to Cure Many people never suspect their Was Object of Mathucs in Closing Up Capitol Declares Scarlet DRAWS FIRE OF ROTHERMEL Counsel for Defense Objects to Point ed Question Asked Snyder by Attor the Manhattan terminal two minutes kldneyB if suffering from a TRISTATE N VVS IN BftlEF Pittsburg Is In danger of another according to a prediction Issued by Weather Fore caster Der director of the poor of was Instantly killed in tho Burnside colliery by a roof caving state railroad commission has announced the appointment of Worrell of Philadelphia as chief clerk and John Johnson of New Haven as because he was suffering from an Ill ness that in all likelihood wan incur Frank age shot himself on the porch of the Hough ho tel here and died local plant of the American Iron and Steel company has resumed after a two months It employs nearly The company reports an improvement in tho Iron Frank of the Perkasle Scarlet had led Snyder school pleaded guilty tojorging up to Ule meeting of the board ot grounds and buildings on May a few days before William Berry became state Snyder de clared that this meeting had been ar ranged by former State Treasurer president of the board of grounds and that the San derson bills had reached more than at that despite Hus tons estimate that the cost of furnish ing the building would not exceed Suydci denied that Berrys election had anything to do with his action in informing the governor and said that Pennypacker had called Huston Into conference nnd told the architect to Instruct Sanderson his bills would have to be cut down to the market value of the articles for which he was the Scar let wanted to know how the market value was told and Snyier replied that ney for Commonwealth In Graft Clash dra matic close to the crossexamination ol former Auditor General the first of the defendants In the state capltol conspiracy trial to take the stand In his own was the ver bal combat between James chief counsel for the and Rothermel of counsel for the worth of bonds for Perkasle school He was sentenced to the penitentiary for eleven after President Roosevelt at the weak or acting back they think that xJpper house had flashed the starting u onjy a muscular weakness and Christian when drlv The train rushed away on its journey wnen urmary trouble sets in they lng across the Pennsylvania beneath tho Hudson to the tnink it will soon correct And wero struck by a mlleamlnute pas where there were for an Uour ja wlth all the other aymptoms senger TheSr rig was torn Into much vocal fireworks and That Is Just splinters and they were hurled twenty The Inauguration of the system was or You mUBt but landed uninjured In a puddle beginning at saM Kuster maae a holiday where cure these troublcs or tney may lead of Their horse also escaped instead of changing the evil stores and industrial plants had closed these people have deprived the sol ing while trains from all dlers on their paltry pay of a parts of New Jersey brought excursion month of even the little enjoyment The city was in gala they had in Further he charged Twenty thousand persons crowded that veterans In the soldiers homes about the new station of the Dela had been treated as little children Lackawanna and Western rail when the right to buy wines and where the formal exercises were beers was taken from He was The feature was the reading ot to diabetes or Bright habits of their husbands and to allow employes to attend the open to d Doans Kldney ColummlB I tlin whllfi frflinR frOlll all DBttL I CUIlUJ iw I loudly Secretary after hearing argu a letter from President Roosevelt re gretting that he could not attend the opening and referring to the undertak ments for and against the order oi ing as the greatest subaqueous tun the government that the eight bridges nel in the crossing the Allegheny river at Pitts burg be raised In the Interest of the navigation of the took the mat It cures all ills which are secretary of the local organ caused by weak or diseased Greenville people testify to perma nent cures Williamson 30 Union says A rel ative of mine complained a great j zation of United Brewery Workers ol has received a telegram from Louis national no tifying him that the charter of the national association from the of has been restored without re the discretionary power in the matter was left in the hands of the Snyder said that he himself did not know the cash value of the furnish as they had been represented to him by Huston as specially designed and that he had made no effort certain from manufacturers or any body else their actual Scarlet Insisted that It was duty as auditor general to inquire Into these values and toassure himself that there were no overcharges be fore the bills Became Wise Too Snyder admitted that If he bad known at the time what he since learned as to the preparation by Hus ton of the schedule upon which the Sanderson contract was awarded he might have acted differently before one of the who upon the He protested was about to go out of for the tnat he did not understand the plans purpose of approving remaining bills Bnd specifications for the furnishings nm back and through ho loins so severe at times that he j a fire which not sit Doansj destroyed the Henry Wilson block it comiuruiuu The fight again will be carried to the floor of the The reports from the committee will not be made for about ten as Senator War who conducted the examination ol on behalf of the administra will be absent from Washington for that Action by the commit will be postponed until his After the reports have been made to the senate It is expected Senator Foraker will press the matter to a vote If he should secure the same proportion of tho can members of the senate as he had in the committee the vote will be closer than has been The Ohio senator purposes also to intn duce a bill to restore to the military service such of the discharged ne groes as1 were shown beyond a rea sonable doubt to have been innocent of any offense connected with the Currency legislation was the chle raise the bridges would be zonflsca Bellinger to tnu government engineers which WONT INDORSE BRYAN Guffey Says State Committee Will Not Commit Dem ocratic state committee will meet here today to flx the date of the state con and said that this improvement would be useless unless the bridges were gotten out of the way of river navi Representative Lilly ot Connecticut appeared before the house committee on rules in executive session and made a statement intended as a gen eral substantiation of his published charges that wrongful methods had been used by the Electric Boat com pany to secure legislation in congress and that members of tho house com mittee on naval affairs had been im properly Influenced by that During his statement Lilly waa briefly crossexamined by members of the Speaker Cannon pre What Women Need Something to put the blood in good order when they are pale and weak something to clear the complexion when it is sallow or somethine to strengthen the digestion when food disagrees something ntonethge nervous system when it is That something is A natural and sufficient remedy for the weaknesses and derange ments so common among A course of these pills will relieve congested dispel act mildly on the bowels stimulate the increase the red corpuscles in the and strengthen the functions of the several or low dizzy weak nerves and all debilitated Beechams Pills are The Right Remedy In boxes with lull and WANTEDA CASE OF ECZEMA TAYLORS ECZEMA ALL SKIN IMPERFECTIONS Ul For sale by Kam Bessemer conform with the uniform primary National Commltteeman who Is hero in conference with mem bers of the committee and other polit ical will probably be a dele His colleagues may be State Treasurer Senator Hall of Ridgway and either John narman of Bloomsburg or Senator Arthur Dewalt of It is doubtful if the committee will go on record in favor of any candidate for the nomination for president at this Colonel Guffey believes the com mittee should make no and his friends say a large majority of the commilteemen agree with inspector of the second bitumi nous mining has prepared his annual In it he shows that during the past year there have been mined in the district tons of The highest producer was the Jamison Coal and Coke with tons in second place was the LatrobeConnellsville Coal com with while third place was filled by the Keystone Coal and Coke with The Fiiok Coke company is credited with tons and ranks Hogan of an engineer in the employ of the Baltimore and Ohio was fatally cut by his wife during a The woman used a butcher knife twelve inches long and cut him about the head and breast and severed all tho leaders in one Foleys Orlno Laxative is a new an improvement on the lax atives of former as It does not ripe or nauseate and is pleasant to It is At Bessemer No Case on Record There is no case on record of a cough or cold resulting in pneumonia or consumption after Foleys Honey and Tar has been It the cough and breaks up the cold quick Refuse any but the genulw fol oys Honey and Tar in ayellow pack Bwwemw War could not sit Kidney Pills were recommended to him and ho procured a box at Alden derfers drug Tho contents of the box was enough to put new Rtrength into his The pains left his kidneys which had been disordered were restored to He Is now In perfect health and feels that he owes It to Doans Kidney For sale by all Price 60 FosterMllburn Mew sole agents for the Unit ed Remember the take no Kennedys Laxative Cough Hots gently on the It stops the cough and soothing the throat and lung Sold by Harry This Is the Time of Year Everybody III Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE In the main business section at Slip pery Rock and James Dlxon and child narrowly escaped suffoca The fire organized but a month saved the adjoining This was the first fire in twelve a meeting ot trustees of the Western College for Women at the John Newman of was elected president of the institu This is the first time in the his tory of the a period of fifty three that a man has been threatened to destroy the Stuart Brown under wear Three hundred girl em ployes dashed to safety down the iroi fire ladders on the side of the tall The intense heat in the boiler room melted the lead connec tlons of five gas and ignited gas poured out of ten large pipes un for capltol which amount ed to By so suggested Scar you would have the lid shut down wouldnt you Before Snyder could answer Rothermel objected to this declaring that Scarlet had no right to make such comments and that if he persist ed in doing so the defense would ask for the withdrawal of a which would throw the case out of court Rothermel Makes Scarlet that there were too many supercilious objections on Jie part of the defense and that he was within the rules ot Roth ermel declared that he was simply warning Scarlet and reassured him that he would ask for the withdrawn of a juror If such tactics Judge Kunkel put an end to the con troversy with the remark that the comment of Scarlet was hardly Snyder was on the stand all day un der crossexamination by who him over to the defense for redirect examination just before the close of the afternoon During the former auditor generals crossexamination he mild that he ha never done anything knowingly wrong regarding payments on the caplto contracts and lie again shouldered al the responsibility as to the weights and measurements aud price decisions of furnishings upon the shoulders o Architect Huston Should Have ScarlPl asked the witness If he as well then as later and explained hat if he had been more familiar with them he probably would not have ap roved Sandersons bills wltliout first ascertaining himself as to their rea A feature that was dwelt upon at ength by Scarlet was an admis sion ty Snyder that he had In his of Ice a key to the abbreviations used 3y Huston In designating certain pieces of furniture upon the quantity Snyder had previously testified that he did not what letters and certain other characters des but that he had since learned their being used by Huston for easy He admitted that he did not know that twelve carloads of furniture had keen paid for a month before its de livery to the capltol and tharbe had paid to Sanderson and had advanced him within six months after Sanderson was given his contract and without the knowledge of the board of grounds and Snyder explained these advance pay ments by declaring that the board had made similar THE 010 til the firemen shut off the supply Suits for the re covery of on notes discounted through the Farmers and Drovers National bank of Waynesburg have been entered In the United States cir cuit court by the First National bank of There are eleven suits in five of which are brought against five against James lams and one against George all of franchise has been granted to the Bing hamton and Eastern railroad to con struct a road from the Pennsylvania state line to a dis tance of about twenty This will open a direct Hue between this city and The route will be by way of the Rochester and Pitts burg to thence by way of the Stisquelianuii and Ansonln to his mother from Rio de Janeiro un der date of Patrick the only Connellsvllle boy with Ad miral Evanss battleship explains how he was unconscious for two days and lost four teeth as the result of the initiation crossing the equator The big tank in which the candidates were plunged sprang a teak and Reddj struck the hard face down Encounter ing Mary a young on the street in the center of the city while she was out walking with the threeyearold son of her whlto em Fontalno a shot and Instantly killed the The shot narrowly missed the Tho negro was jealous and thought the girl Intended to Jilt He tried to but was captured by a fire who gave pursuit at full speed in his had not walled until one month after Berrys ejection to inform Governor A Night Alarm Worse than an alarm of fire night Is the metallic cough of croup bringing dread to the Careful mothers keep Foleys Honey and Tar In the house and give It at the first sign of FoleyB Honey and Tar has saved many lit tle lives and It is the only safe prep aration for children as It contains no harmful Sold by Kam Bessemer ENGLANDSAYS NO ALUM III FOOD and strictly prohibits the sale of alum baking So does France So does Germany The sale of alum foods has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colum and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as To protcct yourself against when ordering baking Sayptainty DAVAI BAKINO KUTALPOWDER and be very sure you get Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of It adds to the digestibility and whole of the   

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