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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING HBTABL18HBD MARCH ft CENTS PIE VERYCiALM Republicans Showed no Especial Enthusiasm Over Special Mes sage Yesterday T They Greet Presidents Message in House With Ostentatious Enthusiasm ARE MORE SEDATE Efficiency ef la Interest Int Tevlc of Dlsousclon in Houee Committee Denounce March A Message from lite lead both houses of constess soon uCter CMTenlnf and In It WHH closely In the the declaration that the time had for a revision of the tariff elicited uandulauplug the part of Democratic Dem approval also was given by of pounding desls to the sugges tion that congress could with tag forthwith remove the tariff on wood with u corresponding re duction upon paper made from wood The Republicans waited and eonfiaed the applause to the message an a In the senatethe message received without comment of any This Is the Tims ofjYtar Everybody Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON THE The statement that many postmas ters in the larger cities do not earn their salaries was made before the home committee on expenditures In the department by Ihe first assistant post master He was asked by a member of the committee If It was not a fact that In many of the larger cities and quite often In the third class postofflces the postmaster prac tically delegates the conduct of his offlce to subordinates and simply shows up at his desk for an hour or two each Qrandfletd re plied that that was I he know of Instances wherela practically the only work done by the postmaster In connection with the ollee Is the periodical signing of reports to the Chairman Wanger asked Grand Held In view of this state of It weuU not be wise to formulate a list showing which postmasters in the Halted States arc efficient and do per form the duties of their offices and which are incapable or negligent or Qrandflold replied that he saw no good in compiling such a list so lone as the postmasterHhlp IK an efflce of political he the postofflce in which the sal ary Is Iu very many the real work of the offlce is done by the assistant Under the law his salary cannot exceed 50 per cent of the salary of the It Is with the desire to do away with this actual Inequality that the department has asked that this law be so that the assistant postmaster may be paid a salary commensurate with his Is It not a asked u member of the that It Is true in the postofflce business as an in any other buslimsB that you cunnot command a maximum efficiency from an employe who in sure of his job whether ho does his work well or 7iot replied that Is absolutely Representative Stanley of Kentucky addressed the house In reply to the receat political speech of Dalzell of He denounced Ham whom Dalzell had as aa obscure He con trasted Hamilton with President Roosevelt speaking of him u an said that the imperialism of Hamilton had no semblance to the Imperialism of These two characters hold only this in he and that Is their profound contempt for the constitution and ever lasting Impatience of its he was dominated by glamor ftnd intoxicated by ap while Hamilton from early babyhood dreamed of Stanley said there was nothing of the big stick about This man performed more than he prom meant more than he he your new imperialist Is strenuous In speech and tickle in pur Ho thought there was much of the baton about the big Stanley referred to a case recently be fore the local courts involving violation of the pare rood and drugs act and charged while the jury was out the president had demanded of the district attorney that the defendant be sent to It must In shame be he that the big stick Is being used to kill He drew a comparison between the president and he had no no no Hs he went because B majority of the free men In the Democratic party respect nlm as a statesman nnd trust hiji as a he takes his fellows by the while Roose velt takes his partisans by the The subcommittee of the house Ju diciary appointed to Inves tigate charges against Judge Wllfley of the United Status court for China at Shanghai charges of mis conduct In office preferred by a num ber of American lawyers residing In submitted Its report to the full The report does not recommend but severe ly censures Judge Wllfley for harsh ness on the bench and Ignorance of the The presentation of the re port precipitated a warm debate in the full some of the members declaring the opinion that Wilfley should be Clayton of Alabama entered a motion for such Im peachment mid nerved notice that if the committee failed to accept he would move on the floor of the No was taVon by the full A good deal ofprocreir was mado by the neuatR in disposing of pro posed amendments to the Aldrlch cur rency li WIIK that the bill wlli perfected In the form ap proved tlie fluuiice as no proposition that failed to receive the sanction of committee received any BUlwianilal WaU Paper Cleaner Climax 10o3for25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New Now is the Time KAMERERS Bessemer 288 Main Senator Koraker Introduced n bill to legalize ivnn t m and agreements not In utmiMKOiiablb rnstrulnt Of The lilll IK Intended to apply to corporations of character Two additional war vessels hare been ordered to Hayli following a conference of officials of the state and navy jnfiT TBIIST SAYS NO Ways and Committee Will Not Hear Publisher New March effort on he pin of the AwHcan Newspaper itiblishens association to secure legls Utiou by putting print paper and wood pulp on tree list has re ceived a sudilftii cheHf because of the absolute refusal on ilu part of the ways and means to even rive them H pres ident of Hie Amaru an Ntjuspaper Publishers has made pub lic the following letter from Chairman tnyne of that committee Your letter nf thf 1flth instiint re majority of the committee determined early in the session that it nould not be wise to enter upon a re Tliion of the tariff during this thus adding to the uncertainty and dlfr quiet always caused by a presidential Thuy also had In mind the disturbance caused Ijy the recent in order to avoid all they decided thai they would have no ings upon any affecting the tariff After your let ter I again talked with a majority ol the members of the committee and they adhered to their I there fore feel authorized to say toyouthero will be no hearing upon tariff rates un til after the presidential Wfi guarantee to sell you better paper for your money than can obtained at any other store In the m 186dwml9 HE HULL Republican Factions in Tennessee Convention Scrap Like the Kilkenny Cats March llcann of Tennessee assembled for state convention and black skinned heads and bruised faces tes tify to the rioting that marked the The Browntow and Oliver forces entered the convention hall shortly after 8 oclock In the They found a few placed by the state but ejected them without They held the hall until the assembly hour and Chairman Newell an Evans not being they or ganized wlthouthtm Hardly bad the Da of rapped for order be fore supporters of San ders and charged with football for the Before Oli vers followers get together San ders had readied the platform and was calling theconvention to order lie did riot get far before the Oliver force back ward and forward the struggling masses Sanders being the cen ter around which the storm raced most Sauderaa guards could not ttein the onrush and was torn from their His coat and hat shirt split and ragged and even Is trousers Sanders was from his feet and carried out on a where he was re While this going on fights Innumerable were In progress In the Then the police arrived and or der was During the strug gle Cameron of a Brownlow IB said to have broken four folding chairs over the head of a negro With the police the Oliver and Brownlow delegates went into the Evans delegates offer ing no further Interference than yells and jeers at the Penrote Said te Be March cundl tlon of United Senator Pen who it atbis homeIn this was said to be slightly Improved at though no official bulletin was issued at letin Issued byhis physicianswasat 9 oclock last It read No change for the The puticnt Is resting Thephysicians now hope for his ultimate al though he is by no means out of Slugged and Robbtd of March Frorer of the First Nation al bank of Lincoln and of the Lincoln Mining was slugged by three men while driving to a mine to pay off employes and robbed of The thieves took Prorers drove seme separated and Subsequently two were captured but the third got away wlththe Uirl Has Freak A girl in who can neither road nor can do any sum set before her in arithmetic by mental Good But lite has no bright side walled the get busy and polish up the dark rejoined the PAWS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Announce their Spring and Summer Opening Wednesday March 25th to 28th We should be delighted to have as many ladies of Greenville visit our store and see this exposition ot all that is latest in outer garments as There is nothing better in New York or later Remember the Place 7O8 State PISO S Coughed Continually SWOHW T1WTIMONY Rlren tiy Mnrr Marabull Iu tlir Superior Court of I coughed continu ally for six lungs very constant pain in my was much fcmaciated could find no After twothirds of my first bottle of PISOS CURE my health began to improve and I soon grew strong and Such sworn from many convinced the Court and secured fur us a perma nent injunction against a worthless 1or nearly half a century Pisos has been re lieving the most obstinate coughs and colds of both bronchial and pulmon ary Hire U n ftlr Irlml mid u will cure jou CURE TRUSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF March The Jnrjr In the case of Kmanuel charged With killing Wllmore returnej a second degree March dej stroyed the livery barn and feed store of Carter In Heroic work of Bremen prevented serious March ing out the agreement made last Tues day In the canllol cases the Dauphin county court has ordered a special term of criminal court beginning May 11 or the March Mere dith of this city was lerlously Injured n an automobile Glen Van Horn of who was riding with Jumped nml escaped with a sprained Mmxh The party name of the pnrty was preempted for the fall election by five John U Blt Samuel Ward and James WAR LORD rin i Emperor William Has Personal Dislike For American Ambassador OH HILL NOT WANTED Presidents Choice for Diplomatic Post at Court of Berlin Not Acceptable KAISER HAS PERSONAL REASONS State March The Dauphin county court has Unsolved j the Automatic and Textile Mutual fire insurance companies of Philadelphia after which had extended over nine March General Young appolntnd George Tloga warrant clerk la place of James Cumberland besu appointed chief of the bureau of March Labor council has adopted a protest to be forwarded to President Roose velt against the appointment of 0 Krehblel to the position of manager of the government printing office at March Car nahan of North going home stepped on the family cut at the head of the stairs and fell to the bot sustaining Injuries which will re quire aweek or more In the hospital to The cut was March Harris has appointed Wood of Logan as a trustee of the Gallipolli state hospital to succeed Ruscoe J Mauck of and re appointed Marie Jones of Hills boro aa a lady visitor of the Xenla Soldiers Orphans wagon of the Ferndale Powder company at Rlngtown was demolished by a loco Although more than a ton of high was strewn about the road no explosion Benjamin the was thrown against an embankment and probably fatally March steamer towing a Marietta was sunk at lock 18 in the Ohio river above this The boat ran into the lock wall and sank in two The crew was as were also the A misunder standingof signals is said to have eaued the March police fear that Miss Mary age who was brought to the Elizabeth hospital from and who escaped several days has hurled herself into the Miami The who was undergoing treat ment for succeeded in eluding the New March At the convention of the Flftli Ohio tubdistrict of the United Mine Work ers of America National President Thomas Lewis predicted Uuil soon after April when the suspension In the mines in the country there will be steps taken to bring about the restoration of the interstate March Jane Oreensburgs and West moreland countys oldest Is celebrating her 102d Kerr was born In Scotland and came to this country when quite She makes her home with her John She has not an unsound her eyesight is good and she en Joys good March a thousand men in the shops of the Pennsylvania railroad in and about this city were suspended Indefinitely last Simultaneously an order was to put the men still oh the rolls on Increased About fifty men employed on middle division freight service between this city and Altoona were also March pho tograph was recently taken of tho new Rebecca furnace In course of erection and when the negative was developed it showed u man hanging head down ward from u beam ninety feat in the Investigation disclosed that an Iron worker with a penchant for jokes had assumed that position Just as tho photographer was about to press tho March Charles age died in a mov ing picture place in this city from an acute attack of heart disease superin duced by He was witness lug whai WBS ilepclted as tho final struttgle of an Indian who wan the last of his When the climax reached in the scene Lapport Hinhlen y frotr Ills seat and Hutted for whoro he fell Department Officials Are Sur prised at War Lords He Having Formerly Signified His Sat isfaction With the March Ger man has declined to re ceive Juslie Hill In the ca pacity of American ambassador to succeed Charleisiagne whose resignation has been accepted to take the qualification of his suc Hill IK at present Ameri can minister to The Hague and formerly tirst assistant secretary of state under Secretary The objection to Hill is one purely personal to Emperor who has simply caused It to be made known the American diplomatist is persona uon grata to The rea son for the emperors objection is con nected with the visit to America sev eral years ago of his Prince the ranking admiral of the Ger man Hill at that time was flrst aislftunel secretary of state and necessarily was brought into official contact with the distinguished foreign Just what he did or did not do to give offense is not known Secretary Root Notice of the action of the German government Iu Hills case the state department quite unofficially at there being nothing In the shape of a formal notification sim ply an Intimation of what was to fol Secretary was be cause his own information was that not only the Sermnn foreign office but Emperor William himself had formal ly signified a willingness to receive Hill when Ills name was ed last the flrst con clusion reached at the state depart ment was thai somewhere a mistake had been Secretary Root im mediately communicated by telephone with Baron Speck Von the German ambassador and upon the secretarys invitation the diplo mat called once at the state de to confer personally with the secretary regarding the But It was said at tile German embassy that no knowledge of Hills rejection had reached the embassy officially and when the members were asked to en deavor to recall any unpleasant inci dent connected with the visit to Wash ington of Prince Henry they were at a That visit was In when Baron Speck Von Sternburg was German consul general in Bom bay and so not in a position to know anything of what was going on In There has also been an almost complete change In the person nel of the embassy during the six years that have elapsed since the Incident so that not even the at taches were in a position to throw any light on the An Efficient David Hill has for many years boon reKurdtd us an authority on In ternational AH president of Roch ester university he made that fascinat ing snbjnct a specialty and was the author of several works and lectures thereon and made it his favorite He entered the service of the department as as serrfllary of state under the administration of the late Secretary His record In the state depart ment was that of an extremely effi cient officer and during the frequent Illnesses and absences of Secretary Hay he dlHcliarged tiie responsible du ties of the head of the department of state In a manner that elicited the warm admiration of late President President Roosevelt also conceived u high admiration or Hills ability and It Was With some re luctance that he yielded to the doc tors desire to go abroad and allowed him to leave the state Ne Oleo License te March Attorney General Filets baa given an opinion to Dairy and Food Commis sioner Foust in which he that a state licenne for sale of oleomarga rine cannot be issued to a nonrMldent of Pennsylvania and that one so ob tained and used by a resident to Mil oleomargarine must be The case of the issue of a li cense to Hopper of under whose name Thomas Mulholland of Westmoreland oleomargarine In an illegal The state authorities sought to but the defence was set up that Mnl who was arrested once be was acting as Under the the state authorities will re voke the license arrests at once and have All Negotiation March the brewery owners of Louts remain In their decision to retain tho irieA employed by them to operate their planU after the walkout of union men two weeta all negotiations between the owners and strikers have been declared Embraces the Roman March Irremovable rector of AH Saints Episcopal has resigned enter the Roman Catholic March deal pending for four years was ratified by the stockholders of the Wagner Lain Ice company of this city and the later state Ice the comes into possession at once of the Wagner companys natural ice ties in Michigan and and Coulter spent couple of days last week with friends in Guy of spent the latter part of tho week with his par Relchard Is still very bick with malaria Ray Mowry and of Hsrt spent Sunday with his mother and Joseph Moore has been on the sick list Esmond was called to on account of the serious Illness of her and John of were over Sunday guests of the tatters and Hewitt Health Culture a feature at Hotel Rider Cambridge Tae introduction of Sanitarium Gymnastics and natural methods of regaining and maintaining health for the benefit of guests of this resort is proving to be immensely Crosscountry rides or in connection with the copious use of the mineral are indulged in with marked benefit and with no small degree of Hotel Rider accommodations aie all that the piott ex acting can demand at rates within the reach of all Send for booklet giving fuD v j Eppley   

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