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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED 2 CENTS PER IN BUNDING SNOW STORM LOCOMOTlVE BRINGS DEATH ON THE WARP A TH Two Senators of Indian Extraction Go After Each Other With Vitriolic Language attempted fo show that both sen TRISTATE IN BRIEF TWO INDIANS CLASH Senators Owen and Curtis Engage in Spirited Controversey in the Senate BOTH FULL BLOODED INDIANS discussion Concerned the Status of Owen as a Member of the Cher okees Owen Insists Upon Full Rights as American aTfempted o show that both sen ators were He said ho ddnt wonder that the Oklahoma senator re sented the Idea that he was under the control of the secretary of the His remarks brought Ihe senate Into a better humor and laughter displaced entered Professor Llntons room In tho college here and threw all the chairs out of the city Is be the Btrnltied state of mind that had ing Hooded with counterfeit half dol Jars made of tin and lead and coated Senator the blind senator wnn nitrate of They are dated from added to the relaxed tension by making a suggestion for a way out of tho safe in the postofflco at Cygnet was blown by highly dra matic In which two senators Indian blood in their veins and members of former Indian tribes car ried on an animated and acrimonious marked the proceedings of tho senate as Senator Owen of a member of the Cherokee sought by means of a wordy battle to have the word late placed before the designation of tho live civ ilized declaring that ho want ed to record the death of the old tri bal Senator Curtis of Kan who Is part Kaw taunted his fellow senator with the statement that he was under the control of the secretary of the and there ensued u wordy battle that entertained both senators and visitors in the gal When the senate voted on tho proposition it was against the conten tion of Senator McCreary ot Kentucky spoke on the currency bill The controversy between Owen and Curtis arose in connection with the consideration of the Indian bill and precipitated by an effort on the part of Owen to have that bill so amended as to recognize the citizen ship of the five civilized tribes of In dians by putting the word late be fore this designation and calling them the late five civilized Curtis sought to interrupt Owen before the Oklahoma senator had con cluded his first interposed the your property is under the control of the secretary of the interior and you know I do retorted Curtis insisted upon his view of the status of the Oklahoma did not contend that the property of the senator from Oklahoma aside from that owned as a member of the Cherokee tribe ot Indians was under the but that his tribal prop erty I think you ought not to be under control of the but you he I quickly replied with the senator from Kansas that I ought not to I disagree with him that I SenjUor Carter crime to the rescue senate to recognize the belligerent rights of these two Both of the objects of this sally Joined in the laughter that filled the The allpowerful commlltee on ways and means of the house of represent atives was put to rout and by an over whelming vote ordered out of the capl tol to the new house office building a block Various members of the led by Payne and strenuously objected to the but they had only a weak and their protests availed them The commltlees pres ent rooms are desired In order that the speaker may have more commo the and worth of stamps nnd were Ander a prominent official of the Na tional Cash Register was thrown from his suffered a com pound fracture of the skull nnd died an hour Benjamin Wenchy of Hanover saved her four yearold son Morris from burning to The lad fell Into a bonfire and the mother pulled him from the flames and boat out the fire with her bare expected visit of night who threatened to burn the tobacco barn of George LV UIII 11 i liv ii mn vu dlous quarters The army buyer at Mnn nil wne nt InnrMM nnn tlon bill was discussed at length and the provision for increased pay for noncommissioned officers and privates was finally stricken During the day Representative Lilly Introduced a series of resolutions calling upon the secretary ofithe navy for all Informa tion In his possession concerning sub marine The Fowler currency bill was adopt ed by the house committee on cur rency and banking in practically the lorm it was Introduced and as a re eult of weeks of public hearings and In executive Several of the thlrlynlne sections of the bill were amended by committee but no changes of a substantial character wore The bill as re vised was ordered printed and when this has been done It will be subject ed to a further and general review In executive It Is understood that the bill will then be favorably re ported to the certain members reserving the individual right to pro pose Its further amendment on the This Is the Time of Year Everybody Booster Kitchen Cabinets Anoter Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE COflPANY THE JTORC Chased the pitched battle between twentyfive structural Ironworkers employed by the United States portland cement works and as many men who attempted to lake Ihelr occurred following a walkoul of the union clubs and fists filled the and the fight waged fiercely for several minutes until the strikebreakers took flight over the Dont miss the basket ball Friday did not nmtorlultxo and the militia company which was sent there re turned to this formerly setretarytreaKiirer and gen eral manager of the Piqua Flour com was placed under arrest charged with embezzlement of of the companys It Is claimed be lost the money In stock Warren Koifcr was nominated for a third term in congress by the Seventh district General Kolfer and Senator Orr of Piqua were named an delegates to the national convention and instructed to vote for ftT UCT and Frank Policy and Eckenrode Did Not See TrainA Dan gerous Brought to In a blinding snow storm swift crash two lives were and a blotted out at Thursday one man and two little chll dren left orphans The FRANK aged FRANK aged aged 23 leg three ribs Engine running was en route to Kent to bring east train No The extra was in TO SOFA Real Value Sees Where at Least Three Million Dollars were Thus Stolen LAID BABE BRIDEGRTJOM DIDNT COME Commonwealth Permitted to Show How State Was Gouged by Outrageous Charges FURNITURE EXPERTS TESTIFY Show That Trimmings Furnished by Sanderson Were Sold to State at Many Times Their Market Famous Rostrums a Star first witnesses Introduced In rebuttal in the trial of the state capital conspiracy suit were four furnlturo three of whom were subcontractors under Contractor one of tue de and the other from Mil Beforo their testimony was taken the defense argued strenuously at side bar for nearly two hours against the admission of this evidence on the ground that was Guests charge of Patrick and Just be low the station at Transfer Is a crossjthe and approaching this was a one horse vehicle in which were J Md caucus Frank of Pymatunlng j for Avhlch state paid Sander Toledo Belle and Wedding Wait In Vain for will be no wedding bells for Miss Grace Jen prominent Toledo society belle and society editor of the Toledo for the expected Eu gene Allen of has loft leaving the poor girl In All arrangements had been made for the Wedding supper had been prepared and the preacher and guests arrived nt Uie appointed but no The party waited an hour after the appointed time before becoming suspicious that anything was The brides father then called up the license clerk and found that the Ilttsburg man had secured no li Guests were then dismissed and the marriage Allen came to Toledo three months ago from Plttsburg and opened up a Ho had plenty of was good looking and presented credentials from Influential Plttsburgers and immedi waa taken into Toledos He met Miss Jennings soon after his arrival and It was a case of love at first He was such a handsome man to Is the only com a rage be cause she had refused to go with him Into New Jersey to Jacob Koeb j age shot and killed his wife wounded her father and mother and then sent two bullets Into his head In a futile effort to end his own EVERY RHEUMATIC INVITEDJODAY To Test and Try a 75c Bottle of Urlc0 at Our If there are still any sufferers from rheumatism In this or wher ever this paper that have not yet tried the wonderful rheuma tic remedy we want them to try It now at our We firm ly ellove that there Is not a case of rheumatism In the world that will not yield to Ihe wonderful effects of and wo want to prove It to every doubter beyond all Tho best way to do this Is to give a large trial bottle of this remedy out right to every suffer and let him test and try It to his own If you or any of your family suffer from no matter what justcut this notice out of the paper and send it together with your name and also Ihe name of your to the Smith Drug 137 Smith and they wlll send you by return mall a liberal trial package free of all ex There is no reservation to this You take the remedy home and use It according to direc tions until thoroughly satisfied of Its Wo could not afford to do this If WP did not know that after you are freed from this dreaded disease mat von will recommend It to all your friends who have We know from experience that personal recommomlntlon from one person to nnother Is the most valuable advertis ing and that IB the way we Intend to acquaint the world with Donl put off writing because this of fer will soon and then It will be too Do It today and start yourself upon the highway to perfect health and lor Urlc0 no matter where you It is sold by druggists all over this and we want you to have a New Wil liam Van master of the illfated steamboat General in the burning of which persons lost their surrendered himself to Marshal Honkel and was taken to Sing Sing prison to serve his term of ten years Imprisonment at hard la bor for negligence and In Ittention to duty as master on board tie STOLE VALUABLE SECRETS Patent Office Scandal Culminates In Arrest of Three arrests Mere brought to light a scandal In the patent office which has been under in vesllgallon since early in February end which revolves around an inven tion valued at more than The parties arrested are Ned Bar third assistant examiner of the patonl office Henry a patent attorney of anil John nn Inventor of They have boon indicted by the United States grand jury for conspir acy to defraud the government and for destroying public The Indictment charges that tho three with nn intent to steal and de carried from the patent office certain specifications and amendments relating to patents and and the latter The snow was falling fast and just as they drove out on the west track there was a a crash and Two Lives Were Snuffed Out in an Meanwhile the train kept on its way west but about a fur long away was brought to a stand son were worth that the bootblack for which San derson collected was worth that a sofa for which Sander son paid was worth and that another for which bander son collected was worth This testimony also showed that the speakers for which Sanderson still 1y a red signal near Pymatuning was paid was worth that the fifty senate for which San A part o the Ahorse on rlersoh was pnld were worth rnmute after a trackman ran to them with the The engine and caboose then back ed to tho scene of the accident and j The presented testimony to all three were carried into the that former Auditor General the gam0 m0g bo taken the resumcd Eckenrode had been thrown about 50 feet and when carried into the caboose seemed unconscious but on the way to Greenville he revived and told the trainmen to ask the doctor to give me something to put me to He suffered great pain especially as he was being carried Continued from page unlawfully and wilfully The investigation destroyed was made bottle For Bale and recommended Greenville by in upon information thai as a result of a conspiracy John Heany had been given a patent on an invention for manufacturing filaments and elec trodes for electric Incandescent It Is alleged that through connivance with Ned Heany and Barton outrivaled more than twenty of the largest electrical concerns in the coun try striving to got Ihe same All of these concerns had flled applica tions for a but from time to time It la would see WANT1AW SET ASIDE Railroads Plesd for NonEnforcement of NineHour flclals of railways from all parts of the country were in atlendance upon Ihe hearing given by Ihe interstate com merce commission of applications for an extension of the time of the going Inlo effect of the ninehour In all thirtyseven applications were re ceived by the commission asking for the Two of them already have been those of the Geor gia Southern and Florida railway and tho Joseph and Grand Island rail in the opinion of the the petitions did not show in the terms of the would constitute good cause for granting the relief The applications of the other thirtyfive lines are being heard as one case because the peti tions are substantially All of them assert thai they have found It Impossible to procure the services of efficient and dependable telegraph operators in such numbers as will enable them to comply with the provisions of the law and even If they could obtain the neces sary the enforced employ ment of BO many additional men would be u financial hardship to which the carriers ought not to bo one of the was in Har rlsburg on March the date on which Stanford assistant to Architect had testified Snyder visited Hustons office in Philadelphia to get his signature to a letter certify ing to measurements of metallic furni ture and approval of the HERO STARVES TO DEATH Civil War Veteran Decorated by Con gress Neglected in His Dead from lack of proper Russell a Civil war decorated by congress for valiant service at Fort was found in bed at his While Page was dying his aged wife was vainly searching for who was confined to his bed as the result of a wound received In the was too proud to usk for as was his At Fort Page led an army of sappers in the mining of the ground near the While directing the men Page saw Homer Stratton of a member of an Ohio lying badly wound it Page carried Stratton on his shoul ders from the keeping his face to the foe and shielding Stratton from the heavy musket fire with his own After three volleys the Confederates ceased firing and cheered him as he retreated to The was j ment JonnlngB wlll ls allowed to ask the witnesses to give BnM market values ot the Sanderson Roosevelt Refuses president has denied pardons In the cases of Joseph William Culls and members of a labor convicted some monlhs ago of viola tion of an Injunction Issued by a United States circuit court The penalties Imposed were from three to four months imprisonment and In some cases small The president In denying tho application for pardon makes no Wisi Elanore former treasurer of the Mercer state who was di rected by Auditor General Young to appear here with her accounts for did not put In an General Young says that unless she produces her books by March 14 ho will direct the sheriff of Mercer county to Imprison Miss recently refused to allow an auditor from General Youngs department to examine her The auditor gen eral has since withheld the state up prdpriatlon of to the institu Children Meet Horrible Near two children of the specifications and employ what f homns a and one ever ho desired for perfecting Heanys To be successful In this plan it was necessary to destroy cer tain records and file Sermons Widely An aggregate sale of Moodys ser mons has exceeded placing themnext to the Bible as a of Uls brothers children met a fright ful death by the overlurnlng upon them of a pot of boiling tar around which they Governor Signs Death Btuart has issued death warrants tor the execution of Warrlck on March 7 and Joitpk Talrico of Philadelphia on April GIRL PASTOR FLEES While Doctor Is Arrested For Per forming Illegal the re sult of a death bed statement made by Miss Lizzie a young school to her Hemphlll was arrested and bound over to the grand jury In Tho authorities are searching for a clergy man who disappeared after a warrant for his arrest had been Miss Gleason died late Tuesday The coroners jury returned a verdict that death was caused by peritonitis re sulting for an Illegal The the clergyman for whom a warrant was Issued and who fled from has been arrested eight miles north of He de clares he is but requested that he be taken to the county fearing the sentiment Con stable who made the A Night ATarm Worse than un alarm ot fire at 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 Foleys Honey Tar has saved many lit tle lives and It Is the only safe prep aration for children H It contains no harmful Sold by Kan Tennessee In Claiborne more than 700 acres were planted this year in and to handle the esti mated crop of bushels about quart cans were brought Into tho county at an outluy of Nearly 50 big and handled the Farm A freight engine running wild for hflf a mile through the Erie railroad yards here crashed Inlo the rear of a freight train at the Rochester and Pltlsburg railway intersection and killed Tomas Powell and Charles both of Ljubec of head of the Interna tional bank of which closed Its doors two months was re leased from Jail following the with drawal of several charges of embezzle The creditors agreed to accept as a settlement 50 cents on the two bat talions of the Fourth United States under command of Colonel Edwin which have been stationed at Fort left for San Francisco en route to the where the regiment has heretofore served two different assign Because he would not drink with him and refused to dance at the point of a revolver when ordered to do Ed better known in criminal circles as Erie a notorious safe blower and member of the Lake Shore shot and killed Bleekie The derer Miss Mayme Shales is at her home here dy ing from the result of putting an indelible pecil in her Miss Shales was employed in a local laun dry and part of her duty was to mark articles sent In order to keep the point of herindelible pencil she put It continually between her thysiclans have given up hope of i Stuart has appointed Colonel Alba and Lieutenant governor Robert Murphy of Johnstown to act as his assistants at the conference called by President Roosevelt for the consideration of the conservation of the natural resources of the United to be held at the white house on May the guests for the wedding of Miss Flor ence Dutro ot Phllo and Lyon assembled they were notified that the ceremony had been indefinitely post The intended groom secured the marriage license but while spending Monday evening with his sweetheart they it Is and he used the license as a cigar Papers claiming the right to theexclusive use of the title Bryan party for the wmlnation and election of candidates Pennsylvania this year were filed In the prothonotarys office by Ludwlg James Thomas Thomas Scully and William Garr of In their statement of preemption the signers set forth that they want the name to form a party to support the principles of William Jennings Bryan and for the further purpose of as sisting to defeat the devices of the false Teapot ffrought Good A small Bristol china pre sented to Edmund Burke by the found er of the Bristol was sold by auction In London It brought Limit to Soldiers The result of tests carried out In the German army proves that 68 pounds Is the outside weight the average soldier can carry on a days march without injuring hia THE BASEMENT DISPLAY AND SALE OF NEW WASHABLE COTTON DRESS Printed Organdlw Ctmeaux and Organdie showing floral and conventional designs on white and colored S5c per yard Ginghams showing standard and novel pat teini 30o and 35c per yard Galatea linenfinished Costume Imported Cotton Soisette and solid colored Satinstriped and 25c per yard McCreery and Wood Street at Sixth   

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