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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MARCH 2 CENTS PER TO ALASKA Troops Sent to Prevent Striking Miners From Blowing up Tis Said TROOPS TO QUELL DISORDER Sent to Douglas Where Miners Are Mnrch Troops have been ordered to the Treadwell mines on Douglas Island In Southeast ern where a miners strike Is In The troops will go from Fort William which Is only two hours journey from Treadwell by It Is stated that a lot of dynamite Is falling Into the posses sion of the strikers and a threat has been made to blow up some of the The order directing the troops to go to Treadwell places the responsibility for their use after their arrival en tirely on the United States marshal at that It says It Is for marshal to determine when an emergency exists that neces sitates the employment of the military The commander of the troops to direct their movements In carrying but the desires of the It Is stated in the telegraphic request from the acting governor of Alaska that a ma jority of the miners Involved are for eigners and do not speak or under stand the English A Queer The queerest mode of travel I saw In mil Mexico was that adopted by a woman who was on her way to the seated complacently In a chair borne the back of a says the Travel Some Mexican women are afraid oven of the mule while they look upon the rapidly spinning trolley with such trembling of knees they will not put foot upon Uncompleted Works of Amongst famous poems that were never mention may be made of Byrons Don Keats Coleridges and Grays Spensers Taerle Is no more than a although a colossal This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets i Another Large Con signmentJust THE QIBSOH FURNITURE THE WQ JTORC paper Cleaner Climax 1 Oo3 for 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New NOW the BODIES FOUND IN WOODS Tragedy Sequence of Relations of Wll llamsport March discovery in the woods near here of the bodies of Frank Roberts and Gustlne Brlzet disclosed a double trag Murder and for such the crime Is officially decided to oc curred probably on Sunday when Rob erts and Brlzot were seen to leave the womans home Both had bullet holes In their beads and close by the hand of Roberts lay a revolver with two chambers No other conclusion could be reached than that Roberta had killed the woman and shot Both were Roberts Is known to have a wife living In the old coun He was thirty years Brizet was She Is sur vived by her husband and two chil Brizet has been In Belgium for some but Is expected home any It Is this prospective com ing ot the womans husband that prob ably drove the pair to Murder Stirs Up New March street mur which Is believed to have bean an outgrowth of tho recent trials of Chinamen for murder In Boston and occurred The vic tim was Ing known as a lieu tenant of the late deposed Mock Mow was walking down Mott street when three Chinamen blocked Jils There was a argu the flash and report of a shot and as Mow collapsed and fell dead to the sidewalk the assailants China town was thrown In a panic of excite and It became necessary to call out a big detail of extra police before anything like order could be Moy Don Yule and Wan Jon were later taken Into Boycott Spreads to March Chinese boycotc of Japanese goods on account of the Tatsu Maru Incident has been widely taken up by Chinese mer chants throughout MOVING Originated In tho Spinning of Coin by Sir John ilr John Herschel after dinner In 1836 asked his Bub bow be would show both sides of i shilling at Babbago replied by taking a shilling from his pocket and holding it to a This did not satisfy Blr who set the shilling upon the dinner at the same time pointing out that It the eye placed on a level with the rotating coin both sides can be seen at Babbage was so struck by the experi ment that the next day he described It to a who immedi ately made a working On one of a dink was drawn a on the other side an empty When tbe card was revolved on a silk thread the bird appeared to be In the This model showed the persistence of vision upon which all moving pictures depend for their The eye re tarns the Image of the object seen for a fraction of a second after the object has been This model was called the Next came tbe or wheel of A cylin der was perforated with a series of and within the cylinder was placed a band of drawings of dancing On the apparatus being slowly rotated the figures seen through the slots appeared to be in The first systematic photographs taken at regular intervals of men and animals were made by Muybrldge In Nothing to A whose name is with held by request and who conducted a large bakery until be lost all he had on the stock is quoted as authority for the atisertlon that this casting bread upon the water dont always work out just as some folks claim It Addresses Audiences Aggregating Persons at Exposition Pittsburg RECEIVED WITH LNTHUSIASM Overflow Audience Walts Two Hours to Hear Nebraskan Set Forth Hit Commltteeman Guf fey Absents Himself From March Jen nings Bryan was the central figure of a massmooting at Exposition hall last night and addressed tin audience that packed the huge auditorium to suffo La tor he addressed an over flow meeting of several thousand which had waltnd more than two hours on tho The meeting wus arranged by tho Bryan league Jt Pennsylvania and had for its object the sending of a Bryan delegation to the national convention at Colonel the Dem ocratic national commiueeman from was not He has announced his opposition to tbe plan of sending a delegation Instructed for Bryan to tho national convention and will endeavor to prevent such ac tion in the Htiite The e tlmsliism Inspired by the presence in Plttsburg innkes It doubt ful If Colonel Guffny will be able to prevent such an Former Congressman John of Ohio was one of the He entertained the crowd outside with anecdote a nil argument until Bryan had finished with the audience and then the two changed The total attendance at the meeting was estimated at more than many going home upon learn ing that it was Impossible to get within hearing or seeing distance of the guest of the In an Interview at his hotel Bryan said the prospects ot Demo cratic success In the coming fight were the He took strong grounds In favor of sending instructed dele gates to the national Bry an rellos on his hold on the masses of the people and evidently believes that If the matter Is left to them there Is no doubt as to that the result will be In his own In discus sing Hie question of Instructing dele gates lie said I am In favor of I do not assume to say for whom Instruc tions should be but I do believe voters should instruct to vote for can didates favored by the The delegate does not speak for himself but for those who elect He should say what they want How long are Instructions bind ing Bryan was That is not a question which needs to be Honest men have no difficulty In deciding Delegates who sympathize with Instructions given go to the convention to secure what their constituents want and they will havfe no difficulty In knowing or de ciding how long instructions are bind If by any mistake a man Is sent not in sympathy with the Instructions nre likely to become Irk some to him before the first For these as well as for sev eral other delegates ought to be in sympathy with the wishes of their City Not Typical of A cosmopolitan citizen says that the edi scientists and who o to New York city to study America e HUely to be led into all sorts of srrors If they confine their studies and bservatlons to the for Vew York city Is less typical of Amer ca than any other part of the coun Inn 200 Years In One It was stated ut the Wareham petty on the occasion of the trans fer of the license of the Kings Arms from the late Miss Sarah Hoare to her Elizabeth that the Inn had been kept by members of the same family for 201 PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive W Invites Attention to Their Ladies Tailored Skirts ars Spring Coats Our line is complete irom the most Houses in America date NEWS IN BRIEF March Frank Mehr Is dying of blood poison ing from the effects of a honey bee sling In the March age a commit ted suicide by taking Ills body was found In a March farmer owner of a thou suiid acres In Donegal neur j is age Starch William a Civil war Is deed He was born In 1822 and served throughout the Civil being ed In the March postmasters of Pennsylvania will mtet hen April 21 to form a state associa tion the purpose of Is to pro mote efficiency of the March and a posse are In search of a welldressed white man who criminally assaulted Phoebe age seventy a popular old colored mammy at March by a who to take hwr back to Italy with Antonio age attempted self destruction by shooting herself In the right She IB March a days work at his trade James age and his age quietly observed the sixtyfourth anniversary of their mar ried life with a family March Jacob age a well known German resident of this committed suicide by drowning In the Ohio He had been Tiie body was lying Ina foot of Match Improve ments committee ot the city council has adopted a resolution directing the city solicitor to prepare legislation for submission to the voters of Toledo of a proposition to issue bonds in the sum of to provide funds for the building of a new bridge across the Maumee March Sin the young servant girl haled r9 fore police court upon complaint of Albert who claimed he couH not get rid of although he tried to discharge her several was dismissed upon Kepplera promise that he would take her back to the convent in March sccus Ing his wife of Jofcn a cellar boss employed by the Hoover Valley Brewing company at shot her with a single barreled shotgun holding a large crowd at ran down the street and gavehimself tinjto the Esslnger is in a serious March Holman of Carnegie could not get a special dispensation from the pope to marry Annie a and because he refused to be united to her by any other than a religious cere he has been called upon to de fend himself in a suit demanding 000 damages for breach of March Bid amateur boxer and a prominent social figure In Philadelphias exclu sive social will appear 1n the squared circle before a select au dience at the fashionable Merlon Crick et Ills will be Jack conniioror of Fitzslmmons arid hero of hull a hundred March a hear ing on motions filed by creditors for the removul of George Yule and Al bert Pope as receivers of the Pope Motor Car United States Judge Tayler appointed secretary of the Superior Trust com pany of as third receiver to represent the Interests of March the twoyearold daughter of Archibald superintendent of the Loyal hanna Coal was pUylng In the yard crossed by a steam A leak formed a subterranean pool of boiling water and the eaten away to a thlu broke through when the child stepped on dropping her Into the boiling which cooked the flesh she was res March took a squad of police to clear the city building when a crowd of more than 500 foreigners appeared there demand Ing that they be given The pro tests of the city officials that they had nothing for them to do were un availing and the meu rushed In the Invading he public and prl ate oflices with a determination that they would secure work or know the reason char ter has been granted to the Bllwood City and Wurtenberg Electric Uall way company to construct n three mile It has a capital of The directors are Beaver president John Von French and Wurten and French and Ellwood PASS ALOGICH BILL MADE GOOD Senators Up 42 to 16 on Pre vious Question After Long Discussion MEASURE NOW DOES TO HOUSE Roaring Well in Wisconsin Ceased Activity as Earthquake Began in Mexico Our Waist Displ will interest you in foreign and do in white lace and embroide LINGERIE SI and DEMI COSTU ving abu l its forms An ta t i o particular at xpert work fwest specimens PISOS CURE Countless Coutfhs cured In in medicine our dally If you want ne rangement of a mattli dow just on the secocd do us show you thrd pet and rug depwMnept tJhwct 1 m Many Amendments Offered But Few by LaFollette Gets Entertained by of Interview at the White March Aldrlch lurreney bill passed the senate by a vote of 42 to In the main a pary Previous to the taking of tho vote on the Aldrlch bill a vote wits taken on the Ualley substitute author izing instead of the national banks to issue emergency Circulation for which the bill The vote on the substitute stood 42 to and this vote was entirely parti even Senator LaFollette casting his vote with the The bill has been before the senate since An interesting feature of the pas sage of the bill was a reiteration oy Aldrlch of his promise to bring In a bill for an Investigation ot the en tire banking system of the country with a view to Instituting As the bill provides for net more than of emergency currency to be Issued to national banks upon the deposit by them of county and municipal bonds lo be approved by the secretary of the The currency Is to be Is sued with a view of securing an equit able distribution of the currency over the United Stales and In accordance with the unimpaired capital and sur plus of banks In each Banks are to pay for this emergency circulation Va 1 Per cent a month during first four months It Is circulated and afterward of 1 per cent a The bill provides that national banks shall pay not less than 1 per cent on government funds deposited with them Whit the Bill As the bill carries an Im portant change In banking laws ing to bank This amendment provides that of the 15 per cent re serve required to be kept by nanfcs not in reserve cities fourfifths of this Is to be kept In the vaults of the banks and of that amount onethird can be In the form of securities of tue kind By another amendment the period during which ot 1 per cent Interest Is to be charged was re duced from six to four after which of l per cent Is to be charged until At the Instance of LaFollette an amendment was adopted any national bank from investing Its funds In stocks or other securities of a corporation the officers or directors of which are officers or directors of the bank and providing a penalty of imprisonment of from one to five In accepting this Aldrlch stated that he had wot time to consider the amendment but was In sympathy with Its general He said It could be perfected In No Guarantee The proposition to Insert a provi sion for a government guarantee of deposits in national banks was the subject of nn extended debate and was defeated by a vote of 11 to most of the Democratic vote being against the proposed Another amendment offered by LaFollette prohibited loans by na tional banks to its officers or to any the majority stock of which Is owned by the officers of the It was rejected as was also amendment offered by Nelson of providing that no officer or employe of a national bank shall be a member of a Block exchange or en gaged in buying or selling stock or bonds on a commission Senator Teller on request of Senator Bailey of who was ab the substitute currency bill of the senator from be was in the main similar to the Aldrlch with the difference that It provided for government Instead of bank paper and asked for a roll The vote was 13 to 42 against the The agricultural appropriation bill was before the house of represent atives during most of the Discus sion of the measure hinged for the most part on tho work of the depart ment in investigating the extent of tu berculosis among dairy cattle In the United The consensus of ion was that this an Important field and the subject one ot great importance to the health of the peo particularly No material amendment had been made to the measure when Its consideration waa suspended for the The question of whether or not President Roosevelt Is an intolerant man after the fashion of King George III arose In the house of represent The discussion was founded on a local newspaper story covering what purported to be the details of an Interview between the president and Representative Delkma of In which the president was represent I ed as thumping his desk and berating Delkma for having Joined IB the report of the subcommittee on the Judiciary censuring Judge WllBey of the United States court in On of Wll llama or that he pr Jon to Broached gestion of Intolerance made by M Williams and said that the president In the conversation which took place had displayed tho greatest liberality In receiving his explanation of the cir cumstances leading up to he filing of the He denim that the presi dent thumped his but admitted that he gesticulated it good A resolution for the erection In thin city of a monument to the memory of General commandorlnchlef of the Confederate was Introduced In the house by Representative Ferris of The belief Is expressed In the resolution the erection of a statue In commemoration of General Lee will contribute In a marked de gree toward blotting forever from the minds and thoughts of the citizens of the nation the late unfortunate con The sum of Is appro priated to carry out the provisions of the which was referred to the committee on of which Representative McCall ot Massachu setts is William Barrett comptroller of the has presented his resignation to the president to take fect upon his acceptance of the presi dency of the reorganized National bank of Commerce of Kansas Senator Penrose March condi tion of United States who Is 111 at his home here with erysipelas and bronchial Is reported to be somewhat A bulletin was Issued by his physicians fol lows Senator Penroses condition Is slightly more satisfactory further ex tension of the disease has not oc MUSIC AND THE Popular Opinion Should Be Eduoatsd to Bo tho Arbiter to Glre me the approval of the and I can survive without the aristoc racy or tbe critics not that the latter are to be despised or but their minority decision should not be What makes or breaks great works on their first performance lu Europe Not the verdict of the aristocracy nor of the but the the com mon It is lu the galleries that the battle is with hisses and VaiHl it Is iipoij the prevailing opinion of this portion of the audience that the fate of a work But In the masses do noth It is the critic who assumes to tell this nation what is good work and what and I believe and am daring enough to say that there Is no man or small coterie of meu capablo of teach ing a nation It needs the battle of minds among tbe and again I our our have not yet been musically have not yet bad an opportunity to live In tbe proper musical One great drawback for the masses here is that the opera season lasts but a few months and that tbe prices of the limited number of representations during that brief period are so very high that the people generally cannot afford to It Is dreadful to me to realize that It Is the very people whoso souls long for music and who sooner or later I be tbe chief factors in building It up here as they have been in Europe and are now denied the opportunity not only of sat isfying but of lending their aid to the spread of art feeling and Garden lu Ev Accounting for Plain All women are The plain ones just havent discovered the possi bility of becoming QUAKE DESTROYS CITY Town of Shaken and Mexico March a town of Inhabitants In the state of has been shaken by an earthquake and The two In were followed by originating In a dozen places among the tumbling joined In a conflagration that swept the Only meager facts of the disaster are known and what has been learned has drib bled In from half a dozen sources more or less March roaring well has made March 19 It Was found that tho phenomenon on the farm of Charles north east of was The well roared for several weeks before the great earthquake at San Francisco and the curious sound of togeth er with wind from the mouth ot the ceased at the precise hour when the shock struck tbe California On the day a little more than a week ago when the well resumed Its clamor residents of nock county predicted av It came at The earthquake which Is reported to have destroyed the Mexican town of Chllapa undoubtedly Is the same dis turbance that shook the Island of which was recorded at Wash and which caused considerable alarm in Mexico At Washing ton two shocks were recorded by the Instruments of tho weather They were approximately at a dn tance of The first took place at and the second at In addition to there was recordedon the afternoon of March 2C at Washington evidences of a strong shock believed to be in the same The shocks In Mexico City cracked walls all over the The theatre crowds rushed to the streets and for a short time there was considerable No great damage was A HAND AT Tho Story of tho Put Yarns In tho Pish At an uptown bridge whist party man member told this story while company was taking a bite bttween rubbers I had heard of a man hold Ing a complete but I never MW It until last I was Invited to play at Blanks and it was my deal at tbe start of tbe second I looked at my cards and could hardly believe my There were thirteen cards all of the same suit Mid this Is I hate to make the Why was said If I were pitying with people who knew me less well I would dislike to show my after all this what you make It said Quick as a flash the man at my left I and then I realized that In my excitement I miscalled my hand had all They made a grand slam and said few things to me The day after he had told the story the man received a postal card on which this was written Tbe old rule that an affidavit should go with every fish story and a pepsin tablet with every piece of amateur mince pie has been changed to include bridge whist stories in the flsb New Tork DeWJtVa Little Early sure little liver Confidence when that your food is of highest it has nothing in it that can injure or distress you makes the repast doubly comfortable and This supreme confidence you have when the food is raised with Baking Itawdtap The only baking powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar There can be no comforting confi dence when eating alum baking pow der Chemists say that more or m   

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