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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE i RECORD ESTABLISHED MARCH Says She Has Had Enough of Married Life and Is Not Engaged to Anyone STILL LOVES HER NATIVE LAND Brings Her Three Sons With Count Bonls to See Niag ara Helie Apparently Has No BAD NEWSJALSE Wife Supposed to Be Dead Meets Hus band at March In response lo it lelPRram re in slating his wlte was slopped n triltn nl Union sliillon and was intl by his wife and daughter the sliork Bulling Imiii nrrvons tension and grief caused him to collapse and ho was taken to his homo In 11 scrioiiH condi HarUiiati recently went to Clncln TO srap s County Local Option Meeting at Sharon Has Star Attraction For March 30 March sixtyfour yoars rormor county amliior mid commissioners Is Mnrch winrant clerk in mull tor Riiicrars slurp was found cloud in Marcli Duke of th Abruzzts Bride Will Re Received With Royal Favor ll March is known LOCAL OPTION New March Anna the divorced wife of Count Bonl de arrived here on ANNA OB the steamer was Gould added to her she natl on On Tuonlay he re celvpd this lolegrnm Ma Hert Executive Organization in Session at noon llarlmans daughter Is namod Immediately lie wired back Am Will arrive Thursday Afternoon New Members Tha executive committee of y local option organiza the elevator at the Spalls iloubtloss be before the close of the The liquor people are March riding a bicycle In the inlddtr of n street car did not an ap proaching limited llo may of the Duko of and Miss notwithstanding the statement sent out from Home pur porting lo lie a forecast of the courts action in the event of a The aiornale dltalla Is the only newspaper the steamer Adriatic and look linnie not to lie dlate occasion to stifle the gossip not to become Nor nsked to shuttling between two j ln to put a stop po iplPErum associated her future plans with the to of engagement or for the In I imit torn OOn The down name of Helie de The to whom French custom also accords a of a cousin of the and be hna figured more or less In the affairs of the Posing as her champion following tile divorce de Sagan came to be credited with prospects of marry ing the but sooner had Gould font ipon American soil than she declared I have had enough of married I am not engaged to Gould was accompanied from Paris by her three Jay and George the custody of whom the Frenchcourts awarded to the The party was met at the pier by Miss Helen GRorgu Gould and Tyler Allwere driven to the Fifth avenue home of Miss Following HID exchange of greetings ie purpose of arranging matters con ernlng ruy property Interests In ly visit hero Is to repay a visit to my later Helen made me In Purls a ear 1 had often wanted to visit ny own country during ray married but Count Bonl always I expect to remain two I romtsed my sister who vlslled ne lhat I would come to see her and shall be with her at her house all he time I am In tho with the ncceptton of the time I spend taking he children lo Niagara which hey are very anxious lo WHh t shall not go out of New I am more delighted than T can say to be back In Gould Notwithstanding this la my first visit here In nearly five years nid that 1 live in my heart Is still here and will always remain I This Is the Time of Year Everybody MiJ Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Anoter Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE March United centering their votes and It necessary for Hie local option people vjiunmm to do the The sentiment In March commit in Home which comments upon the Ibis county is believed to be overtee appointed to Investigate the To j It 1 he vl elmZbu these votes can be so ledo schools has made sug dllke accustomed us to his daring SriTTisr 1 I States Senator Boies Pnnroso Is dan gerously 111 at his home here suffer ing from facial He ie turned home from Washington on Monday feeling badly and on Tuesday It was by his physicians that his temperature had reached 104 and that his condi tion is March In federal court Judge Dayton contin ued the hearing of the Injunction in the case of the Hltchman Coal and Coke company against Mitchell and other officials of the United Mne Workers until May This Injunction prohibits the defendants from organ Izlng Into a union the employes of the plalutiff Dont miss tho basket ball The two vacancies on the committee were filled by the election of Despite many rumors to the con trary no candidate has been endorsed tor the though this will the same HxState Treasurer who un lhe gigantic steal at Harris will he one of the speakers at Sharon local option rally on the iOth and possibly Wayne Gossip of Washington What Is Golnrf On at the National March Bolt ol who says he came here to wed Miss Mary was heU to the grand jury on the charge tha he had jumped a board March eninlllionloot gas well was drilled on the McKim near Follansbee Hancock by the Kanawba Oil depth reached was he went to America to engage himself to a cultivated and high spirited girl whom he lie must have the consent of the who Is the arbiter of royal If the consent of the king Is such a marriage would not be considered morganatic and the wife of the Duka of the Abrtml would bo received at The depth reached was astlls about I March news agencr Heading March Head publishes he following dispatch from I ing railway has Indefinitely suspend j ed nrteen crews because of a lack of 1 business and In order to givo employes longest In the service opportunity to make more March SI I jnaiiimjtiifii i congress has so far put forth to denne i cates of all nomination petitions filed j the status of the most ot capital have been to fJU I Corriere Delia Sera learns that Miss on her marriage to the Duke of tho will be creat ed a royal highness In her own right and that the sons of the marriage will have the right of succession to the Not only does King Vlclor of Italy the most iiu at lhe have been sent of the Abruzzl patriotic of our the colmtv commissioners of the expect the Duke nrnitllPOIH of all I t nOie more tO lllBl ry MISS lUUUOliU i Friday m 1fl 2 ll Woman 29 Adopts Son of Lowell March Wil helmlna twentynine years adopted In the superior court as her son James who Is forly Miss who Is well lo says that Butlers parents died when he was a He was brought up In her fathers family and she got to en tertain such a motherly feeling for him that she determined to have him as a Trust Maintains New March a con ference of steel and Iron manufactu rers in the office of R chair man of the United States steel to discuss prices and Irade Bethel ivii In IV fin Coal and Coke Protesl of Labor Leaders to Con gress Couched in Very Plain Terms COURTS SEVERELY CRITICIZED Delegation Headed by Gompws Pre sents Memorialto Speaker Cannon and Vice President mer Believes Liability Bill Will March Speaker i inCrOHfi uiiu the wageworkers tho producers of all i 1 Courts Usurp We contend that equity power and were more Senator of than names dauguu March an1 tho and plans high We contend IMHL lurlsdictlon discretionary government daiB practically destroyed two t i fOllllt V bricks and stone weiv pounded Into III IMIll r by the judiciary for welldenned pur af the new county clill poses and within specific granted to the courts by i has been so extended We favor enactment of laws wnlcb shall restrict the jurisdiction of courts of equity to property and property rights and shall o denne property and property rights that neither directly nor Indirectly shall there be hold to be any property or property rights In the labor or labor power of any person or The feeling of restless apprehen sion with which the workers view the Hard the rendering the wells i March Richard age was electrocuted at the home of his James A Davis He was repairing an incan descent socket and his aunt turned on the Marks received Iho charge of 120 volls and was killed March McCiiHou has brought suit against his tho presenl law yuianvjui former Judge Jury said that the sentlmenl of lhe meeting was thai lhe presenl prices of aleel be Sawmill and Moon i pointed out by lhe supreme court in a recent These statements Plttsburg Lump and furnace were made by Speaker Cannon and by By the wrongful application of tho injunction by the lower courts have been forbidden the right of free press due for her The childs guar beeu forbidden me rism to unV rind free speech and the supreme court dlalli rettibeb to pay in the while nol direct tne THE B1Q Wai1 Paper Cleaner i Climax 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New Now is the Time Heres Work for New March for 138 new locomotives and tons steel rails have just been placed by the New York Central Newest Spring Fabrics Now Arriving BRICHER k rail UD lhe vice president to a delegation led and hard coal stove size call up Sanme president ot the i frnin MILLER ly prohibiting fie exercise of these w jy ijiuiiiiiiiitir ation led rights vet so applies the Sherman law involving the use of March sec ond Black Hand leller lo be received SSsE tO assumed 10 nniui Main office Canal Both Office open every evening urtll delegation t i to BSsnincd to no IHWIIII nuw i wutma elghtyiieven national and Intelnation e M damages j er of Adolph a wealthy al trade and labor organizations and collected and fine and imprUoni recfilvea u threatening letler demaiid n be placed in an old I property of the Potts ui LIauc DC coiiecuwu mm unions of farmers assembled in a na mtnt na part of the conference in this Ihei i for consideration two amendatory pro1 town Iron company before the house of in substance as follows through a memorial iTiiai notulng acl Sherman i bors prolesl to The scope law or in nils acl is intend of this memorial is In part as follows nor ghall any provision We appear before congress to voice be enfoiced so as to apply lounary noil n i i ions not in March i ago traveling We appear before congress to voice be enfoiced so as to apply Foundry companj the protest of the workers oflhe coun IQ orgunizaiions or associations not j in a hotel hero by trv against lhe if nol ac1 for ofll and without capital lo have been In I which congress has i merabers of such waH or tual which Congress has j lo merabers of such organ shown toward the reasonable measures Or proposed by the workers for the safe in said act Sherman Guarding of Iheir antitrust law is Intended nor Khali Urge Immediate auy provision thereof hereatter De en He is said financial His MATTRESS PERFECTION You will appreciate good iMttreM making U you will examine Urge Immediate ally provision uiereui In the name of labor we now urge j so O apply to any arrange ion congress the necessity for imj agreements or combinations mediate action for relief from the among persons engaged in agriculture most momentous question which has made with a or ever confronted the working people enhmicing the price of their own Was gruimu of this This crisis has ueen cultllrui or horticultural g oll a lifelong friend of brought about by the application is informed In the nemoaam pb overdose of a nf tbe llnltod lhe most tU 11II V IT home was In He left a note asking lhat word be sent to his who is visiting in March Cooper his way blocked by a freight sougln to climb over a Tho train started and he leaped to the landing In the path of a pas senger lie was ground to Ovor AT KAMERERS Bessemer RecordArgus 238 Main CONTRACTOR AND ESTIMATES 50 Columbia Murcli B B i boys spring i clothing Will show Parents and their j Boys ilulargest assortment fine j Clothing Voys ever in this Boys Wool Suits Boys Spring Boys Spring Reefers I Boys Wash Suits i All classes anil styles Boys i New Spring Clothing as Bcmblcd and priced to win and hold the attention of every one with a Boy to provide Dot our Boys New Spring Clothing right to do thisOot at right prices focash have the complete assort j ment at right i Boys New Spring to Wash to TffxW HWHW The Webblne fnau and be the mattrtw upon which you loPEN CLOSED Let ui thow thcie We have also In stocV choice lines of library and kitchen in good built for com fort and at prices you will be glad Pav An Inspection of this repre sentative is respect fully brought about uy uiu congress JUIUIMH the supreme court of Hie Unltod Stales tlmt muiitionally mp of lhe Sherman antitrust law to me measures which labor urges d workers both organizod and In their the pumre to refiulate individual j limit he issuance of Injunctions the Labor and lhe people generally liability bill the bill look askance at the Invasion of the the application of the eight court upon the prerogatives of the law to all government employes lawmaking and legislative dopartments uml those employed on work tor of our government by contractors and sub1 The workers feel that congress It self must share our chagrin and sense I says tlis of Injustice when lhe courts exhibit hoping for a irompt untl an utter disregard for the real intent remedy for the grievances and purpose of laws enacled lo safe which wo justly The euard and prolect lhe workers In the i moment has arrived for a total exercise of their normal chango of governmental policy toward j There is something ominous in the tne workers to permit It lo pass manner In which the courts guarantee I lo invite disaster even to our na1 to workers the right to ba maimed tioiial and killed without liability to the Will Hold Congress ulover the right to be discharged for thls frank statement of its griev beloiiging to a union the right to ances the attitude of labor should not work as many hours as employers j nor should It be please and under any conditions which heU1 us wanting In respect for our i they may highest lawmaking lhat lhe Labor Is justly indignanl at tho while smarting under a most i bestowal or guaranteeing of these keell B011SO of injustice and worthless and academic rights by the Uml nrst to congress for a courts In the same ctm trust in deny and forbid to the workers the taken for medicinal one lion i honors for the duke brides according to a message from The duke will be promoted Im mediately following his and he and the duchess will be given a royal March The Duhe of the Abruzzl was the guest at lunch eon of Postmaster General Meyer Among the guests at luncheon were Miss Katherlne and John Miss Miss Miss Count Hatss Von Stumm and Viscount de March proprietor of the Lynch pharmacy left his keys in the door when he up and burglars took all his Bloodhounds followed a trail that end ed at two different restaurants at West March Dye is still chief of police of Mayor McKinneys charges against him having falledbefore the board of pub lic He was suspended for al leged neglect of Incompetencr and violation of the police March Case went out to his porch to throw away a cigar when hU attention was attracted by a call for help from the Allegheny He ran downi to the plunged In and rescued MelvlIU the eightyearold son of John March Zimmerman of erly a Lutheran minister In Dick this was sentenced to six monlhB In lhe Northumberland county jail and a fine of for sending scene pictures through the merman sought to excuse conduct on the ground that he needed the pic I lures for a magazine shows how the power JOHNSON CHE Union Phone 1222 GEORGE HOWE CONSULTING ENGINEER General Building Construction Qreenville Boys Boys New Spring to Boys Spring Reefers to NORTH PA SDAM PINBAPPUS ROYAL LUNCH ROQUEFORT SHEPFORD WISCONSIN BRICK SWEITZBR UMBERQER AND FULL CREAM greatly they still trust in QGiiy nun IUILIIU me iinu practical and necossnry protection of branch of Hie government to laws which do lino and safeguard thpir i safeguard and protect their rights and liberties and the exerciso j no mombor of congress or of them Individually or In oiin evade or avoid his or Iholr Perversion of the own Indiviilunl or parly share of re The protest submitted by I wo aver that the party In GompeiH rind his Joseph power must and will by labor and Us r r i r srJAori M i ler i Burnett of huwety 01 Of rjKhi and natu president of the ti bound lo llnally brenk i Anuilgamatod Street and jn violent form of espe way employes and McArdle of ciaiiy umong the more ignorant of the the Amalgamated Association of Iron who will feel great b land Steel refers to tho suif denied the conslderat on they have premo court decision in the hallers j a right lo at the hands of case us tho most recent perversion i of the Intent of a law by the jfi Akln to Love i by which the Sherman aniltrust law lndi March has been made to apply to otuer ioneu 1 though it was an accepted fact that alld Theodore congress did not intend the law to so eaoh age were apply and might even have specllically had nextdoor exempted labor but for the fear that ne yellra and got tired ot the supreme court might construe windows across yards such an afflrnmtlve provision to be unj The says the j Abe Hummel Doffs earnestly urge congress to cooperate New March New York IENJAMIN and Correct Clothes for Men are synonymous DEAN earnestly urge congress 10 uuuiwimv New marcu with them In the upbuilding tho lawyer who was sen callng of a public sontlmenl wmch tenced lo Berve a year In tlje penlteu woSiless term was reduced to about tennmtns oven the vaiy modest extorts which allowances fpr good Benjamin Clothes are the creation of the best talent in New the home of the most skilled designers and tailormen in the The Prices are always We alone sell them in this Abe Hesse   

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