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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING MARCH 8 CENTS PBR VISIT Status 6f dAbruzzis Love Affair Carefully Concealed From Anxious Public ELKINSES ARE NONCOMMITTAL That Senator and His Spirited Daughter Will Make Few Concessions to Ab turd OldWorld March a Hy ing visit ol threo days to the Duke of the Abruzzi left as uncer emoniously and as mysteriously as ha came to the It Is said he will de part from New York en route to sailing probably by the Cunard liner Practically all the In formation obtainable at the Italian embassy regarding the ilukos future movements IB that hejjrtll return to the United States In tWnear About the only fact In connection with this flying trip of the duke to Washington that Is accepted without question Is that his purpose was to submit a formal proposal of marriage to MissKathorlno daughter of the senatpr from West The Impression prevails among the inti mate friends of tho Blklns family that no formal engagement was entered That belief finds support In the utterances of Senator Elklns to Bit To them within the last fortyeight hours ho has declared that there was no but he would not commit himself as to the Mission Not a When tho devBloped that the Big Sixteen May Visit Cherry Blossom Country After All FLEET GOES TO JAPAN dukc was about to leave Washington had Some of the more cautious of tho Elkins how hinted that failure was too strong a word to use In teen Is March this cue and can battleship neel Is to visit tbattt Votnd nearer the truth to The desire of the of the say the negotiations had not been the The That statement revived a j big lot of talk that had been current the tary Root by Harott lnvltallon was made the subject of ex tended consideration by President Roosevelt and his entire Sec retary Root was directed to accept the and the acceptance has been laid before the Japanese ambas It Is regarded In oniclal circles here as more than likely that China will be next to bid for a look at the fleet and that should this be the the invitation would be The itinerary which seems to be the direct Includes stops at the Hawaiian Sydney that port be selected as the stopping place in Japan possibly a Chinese back to the Philippines then home by way of the Suez with only such stops as lire necessary for ments being one of tne obstacles to the conclusion of an Miss Elkins has the reputation In Washing ton of being a high patriotic and selfrespecting who would re ulckto resent any Intimation that ordid considerations should enter into nuptial contract concluded on Amtr can It was reasoned iat if the duke came charged by his Ing or his family with any proposl on looking to the settlement of a arge sum of money upon the groom s a condition of the no on agement was likely to Tt was pointed out that Senator Elkins ad himself taken advanced ground n this matter that he was willing to rovido for his own daughter with he greatest but that he lelt nothing but contempt for the En opean dot whereby tho pos lessor of a title was to be paid to marry an American This Is the Time of Year Everybody Booster Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE TRISTA1ENEWS IN BfiltF March The Jury In the murder case against Thomas Michaels brought In a verdict of vol untary March William Wick age whose hearing was I dulled by working In a boiler was killed by a train while taking a March It IB be lieved Sharon and adjacent territory will develop Into an important oil and gas A gasser was recently struck n Iho McMurray farm in March Edward of an officer of the West Virginia Asylum for the Dumb intl Blind met death by drown s In the south branch of the Po March Tho first meeting of the commission creat ed by tho last legislature to recom iid new mining laws for Pennsylva nia will meet In Plttsburg on next March After be ing out ilghteen hours tho Jury re turned a vordlct finding John Abrams and John Stanley guilty of torturing and robbing William Yauger and SUICIDE PACT Poison Bottle to Follow Bankrupt cy of Old Peoples Theacceptance of the Japanese In vitation is regarded in official circles as Importance In thi way of a demonstration of the cor dlality existing between the Amerl can and Japanese The added trip Is nearly equal In distance to a voyage from New York to Europe Home Discovered at March Kather ne Elkins and the Duke of the Abruzzl came here by automobile from Wash ngton as a surprise to Senator El who was here to attend the fu neral of the late Senator Later he three returned to Washington in the March Duke of the Abruzzl Is returning to accord ing to a report in wide circulation to obtain the full consent of King Victor Emmanuel to his mar riage with Miss Katherlne daughter of Senator Stephen El kins of West Although con firmation of the report Is the fact that there bus been no officlai denial given out In Rome and tho statement made at Washington that the duke would again visit America in tho near seems to lend con siderable weight lo Should it provo true that the dukes return to Rome at this time Is for the purpose of obI Reformer Charged With IN mm WARRANT FOR CASTLE talning to his thn announcement on the subject is likely to his Italian court etitiuist provides that In the case of the marriage of any member of the royal oniclal announce ment mustbe made several weeks in advance ot the THE WQ JTORE M M T WaiPaper Cleaner i Climax 10c3for 25c DYES Diamond your old Clothes Conspiracy to March Warrants For Taft on Second March Lafeail said here last night that Secretary Vice President Fairbanks and Speaker Can non had definitely accepted the invi tation of the Pennsylvania club to be present at lho reception for Senator Knox in Washington on March It Is Intimated the reception may possibly be the line of a har mony gathering for the amalgamation of booms of Fairbanks and that Hie strength of Illinois am Pennsylvania may be thrown to Tali on tlio second ballot at Guilds Condition March con dition of Governor Curtis Guild re mains extremely although there has been little actual His Frederick Wins stated that the jjovernor is bold Ing his own charging coiTspirncy to cheat and de fraud ot the defunct Standard Title mid Trust company of this of printing and Issuing statements of of making false represo unions and falsifying books of haw lasuod by a mag istrate here for the arrest of Homer Castle of general counsel of the and for seven other otlicliilB of the several of whom are resiiUnts of Illinois and one of New They are Colonel an Kged couple of March fing every of his hotel room so no gas could Fred whose mother resides at opened a gas Jet and lay down on his He was found March hun drcd driven to desperation by again fought for Jobs at the Cuyahoga plant of the American Steel and Wire The police been warned and they clubbed the men to keep March Elmer and John Inmates of the Joseph or phan were found by a farmer living near They were worn out by their long March out a new rifle on wild Frank age lost his balance on the brink of a steep embankment and fell Into the turbulent waters of the Juniata and was March Sny der a with his wife and four pulled a vial from his at his mothers home In Barberton and said this Is my last He then swallowed carbolic acid and died soon March a hotel reported that an effort had been made to burn down his The collar was discovered ablaze with waste and A lodger returning home flames and roused the March The dead body of Justice of the Peace Henry seventy years of Blair was found near He left the home of bis son to visit a relative near Dunlo and perished on the way from March MOB STONES BANKERS Derision and Dornlcks Follow Them on Way to County March dent Frank Ule and Vice Presi dent Irn Ongo of the closed City Bank of Dowagiac were followed by an angry mob of nearly a thousand Jeering hurling lemons and other missiles at the onetime popular bunk officials as they drove from town at a in the custody of police on their way to tho county Jail at President Lyle was arrested on the charge of embezzling of the funds of the local Elka of which he Is arid another warrant was served on charging him with receiving deposits at the City bank after he knew the bank was The latter charge was also made ftT THE TnUSTS LaFollette of Wisconsin Introduces Bill Providing for Tariff Commission DUTIES MAY BE SUSPENDEB AGED ONESJDHOOSE DEATH Their Home They Face j Pitiful March suicide com pact Involving probably a dozen In mates of Ilethesda Home for tho Aged Is believed to have been revealed by the death of John who died by his own hand after ildicullng John l who failed In an attempt at The motive for the compact is the bankruptcy of the a private In stitution into which many of the old friendless and alone In the had paid their savings of a lifetime expecting to be cored for until As a result of the bankruptcy the aged inmates wore face to face with desti Mary matron of the Is convinced that a poi son bottle1 was paused by Koch to someone else In the compact whose In Judgment of Products Are Forced Up by Trade SenaU Passes the Ship Subsidy Qf Mrs ismma against Vice President the com disclosed only by an plalnant against both men on thin 1 charge being Martin who j claims to live deposited in Ihc j bank about five minutes before Lyle canvassed the town thoroughly without being able to se cure ball and Gage made no at tempt to obtain Lyle Is under bonds and Gage under COURT Specially reported by Charlw Bell TES H president first vice of Phila MUTILATED of the supervisors of the predicts a number of additional although she has dissuaded three who had avowed such a who was sixtytight years paid to the Others of twentyone inmates paid into the in stltution as high as of the most wretched and helpless ol the old people have been provided for by the Uttle Sisters of SOLD FOR TAXES Pennsylvania Railroad Property at Goes for a March the j sum of Andrew capitalist and iron has be come the sole owner of all the Penn sylvania railroad property within the city Including freight and pas senger track age and The railroad re fusing to the pay the tar assessed by the Clerk Thomas Mooney of fered its property among others sold for unpaid taxes and declared it too good a bargain to McNeal is known as one of the most aggressive fighters who has fig ured in the courts of New New i Jersey and and those who know him well expect to see trou March 21 If a bill for the creation of a tariff which has been introduced by Senator LaFollette should become a it would be competent for the commis sion and the acting togeth to suspend any tariff schedule and put on the free list any article upon which there was such a combination as would control prices or cither in the tlnlted States or in any foreign The bill pro vides for the appointmemt ot a com mission of nine one from each of the Judicial circuits of the and no one of which shall be a member of Not more than five are to be members of any one po litical One is to be skilled in another in another in mother a repre sentative of the next a lawyer skilled in the tariff the next am expert In tariff and one in the knowledge of production and another a statistician Who has made a study of the foreign mar and tue last an eminent econ The members are to receive a of each and after the first eleven years of the existence of the commission each of the members IH to be appointed for ten years The Action when ho CompanyMany Wltnwses on Both voad VBCate his prop erty lhal he may tear down the un fl j sightly passenger which has The case of of Sandy eyeaore to the city for against the Cochranton Tel ephone was an interesting stoessel Begins His of the telephone in Btuneror Nicholas to ten ami i asked him has begun serv fn the issue of the bulletin of his dl they could trim the Mann Wg erm the stg Peter 111 v i 4MInimasl fl i Cant the March Jiscovered that there is a subterra nean lake under the auditorium where the Democratic convention will and that it ls alive with blind Ford of C Henry NM president Charles secrrtary Arthur a directorand third vki president Dr C J if i treasurer Asplnwull of The wiirrants were Issued upon an affidavit sworn to by Faunce of a The ex amount of money involved in the failure of the company Is not specified In the according to coun sel for the about was turned over to the officials of the company before he failure was an The Standard Title and Trust coin my never opened its doors to the public and the only creditors of the coiKMrn are the stockholders and several business concerns who have claims for Tallies Madrigal in 20 tf vision that lie does not see any im provement in the quality of liquors sold and will keep on recommending that Pennsylvania pass a pure drink March Ha the slxteenycarolil lad with a beat his mother to death and stole jowelry nnd from the dress she appeared for Like Now is the Time i G Bessem RecordAr Post Office Change July First CONTRACTOR ESTIMATES 80 Columbia Aven told him but they trimmed about j fortresses one half of the Mann again warned Bell not to trim another tree Said they would and they and the limbs cut off were in size from 1 to 6 inches in diameter limbs are still lying there on the J who saw the trees before they were trimmed and took but the case will not bo considered 8Urenients of the placed Uttle Deeds It is sometimes good to oe content with doing little the great and splen did occasions in which a man can benefit his country are few the hum ble duties by which her benefit may be advanced are of daily occurrence until the April He shows no March Lowther of mine inspector for the twentieth bituminous has brought a criminal suit against William mine foreman for the Merchants Coal operat ing at alleging violation of the mining Ii Umbel has decided that the act passed hy tho legislature in spe cial session two years is uncon Btltutional and dismissed the petition of Uklns and others who sought to secure an audit ol1 tho cam paign expense accounts of John Republican county March damage at Caldwell said Fisher White Cochran O who planted the trees 33 years ago says the farm was dam aged Ed Osborn says the dam to farm is from to to C J Bell said he was in the em ploy of the defendant company in 1905 was general asked Mr Mann about trimming the trees and told him we had to trim the He said to trim but not to spoil them and he said trim them all so as not to spoil There were no limbs over inches ta diameter cut One ol the men brush would DO Must Have Hubbys first appointments are arranged to ter minate so that a now member should be appointed every In presenting his bill said he would soon ask the senate for time to speak on the In spect to the section of the bill su thorlzing the suspension of he he had placed that provision tfcere as giving his own views on the tariff and because he believed congress tad a right to legislate nloig those The ship subsidy bill was passed by the It pays to slxteenknot vessel plying between this and South the Japan and Australasia a amount awarded by the act of 1891 to vessels of twenty knots The bill was amended In the senate BO twelveknot vesselswinrecelw M which ii the allowance under ex isting law to slxteenknot Amendments were also adopted pro viding that if two or more lines of steamships ply from Atlantic ports to South America under the provisions of the bill one line shall stop at two ports south of Cape Charles and stip ulating that no shall be paid for subsidies than is received from ship service by the In his speech in the senate in con nection with the ocean mail subsidy bill Senator Hale dwelt upon the im portance of auxiliary ships for the navy and If there should be no government would allow us to use one of the foreign colliers now con nected wiih our fieet and without them our magnificent fleet would be as useless as a painted ship on a painted In reply to a question by Sen utor Teller as to whether foreign na tions were not familiar with our na A Frenchman can secure a divorce val Hale replied The r reiivuum1 from his wife if she goes on the stage j senator must without his consent Keck presented report as auditor In the estate ot Blcbard Reagle confirmed Albert guardian for Mary granted an order for private sale real The American Federation of Labors statement of grievances was laid be fore the senate by Vice President Fairbanks and was read in At the request of Senator Burrows it was ordered printed as a senate document and on motion of Senator Oalllnger copies were as it dried a trees e trimmed very land was worth before trimming than it was after the The Plaintiff IB Benefited at lewt Alliance March told Mann the Iman George Miller went to tha burned as soon home ot Tillle his former shot her in the breast then rnshml out of the house and fired two shots into his The woman will probably but Miller i fc Fludley was present when i Is fatally U is said tho shootj were They were ing followed the refusal of the woman j very mtlo and looked all I to marry rlfiht after being j i March Mario I who worked for the saw a tho property j hone said he of Anna with whom the Awl ot trimmed them Makes the most nutri tious food and the most dainty and i family walking toward lie i house with what she thought was a i chicken slio compelled tho dog to drop i what it was carrying mid was then i horrified to discover that the supposed i chicken was a fully developed i The doa hail eaten one fool of i lho Infant the sKull was about onohalf The appearance of the trees was all Ho cut limbs possibly j Inches in Clarence for the March Harrlsburjr on a charge of horse steisl Ing and turned over lo all officer who had a warrant for Samuel tweiitysevini of town dived from the window or a fust moving train on his way to this city and a tragic He had locked himself in a toilet room although dashed him self through the HO fell be neath the wheels and his head waa u rimed and that the Green abrogated before Its expiration there KZ would be located can bfno fault foundI with he new floor of the Bessemer U is a wellllghtea labout July fcwpector building ta a goo here a few days quarters can be made conference with and creditable to the company trimming did not soe any limb 3 inches in diameter W John iclc 1 and Freeman OB According the PI reau ot it w prodwtion ot States exceeds SUtoa bu the the Uolted r W ana said there was no and I Emery Flick added the information i that Mann hal told him he was going to cut tho trees as he could not raise any corn under The after being out 1 hour and 30 returned a verdict of for Motions and Kittle presented report M auditor estate ot GlUesple con v BusseH W ex ecutor ot Henry Delaware pf property widow of set apart tor BAKING POWDER The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No fussing or fretting over the biscuit Royal is the aid to many ft cooks NO AIMtSW IIWE   

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