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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                RECORD ESTABLISHED APRIL 2 CENTS STANDJPAT Fairbanks Says Tariff Readjustment But Af ter The Election ftEVISIONJTHIS FALL Fairbanks Suggests Tariff ment After the April Republicans In state convention cleared the way for the adoption of a the selection of delegatesat large and the ttomlhutlon of a state Organization was completed with Congressman Jesse Overstreet of IMlanapolls an temporary chairman fid toe selection of Congressman iifcn Chise of Sullivan as perma Vice President In a let read before the out lined his views oh tariff sur feiting that such changes as may be ttWlrable should be made after the presidential election ntt fall lad be fore the present congress adjourns vice presidents views were in corporated in the which tho on resolutions finished last for presentatlbltt to conten tion The platform also con Ulns vigorous indorgementof Fair as Indianas choice for presiden tial candidate and Instruction to the delegates to vote and work for his nomination at Other planks include a demand for a law against recommen dations for a national bureau of for allowing to defendants notice and hearing before Injunctions are grant for national health for cur rency reform without naming any par ticular for a law supplementing This Is the Tims sf Year Evi Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets An otter Large Con signment Just THE Q1BSON PURWTVIRE THE the present state liquor laws so as to provide for local option with the county as a unit and for a more gen eral primary election law and for an nherltance tax Dlcksdn Man Juan Porto April ktetander i Carpenter on the United States collier has been acquitted ot the murder of Chief Officer Walter A jury com wsed of Americans Porto Means ireught In a verdict Ot The killing ot occurred on board the collier last February Wit nesses testified at the trial that Welch ert treated the prisoner In a brutal On the occasion In after some words had passed between the Dlckson lunged at Welchert an at and beheaded Weester Raises April Announce ment Is made by the trustees of the University of Wooater that the efforts of the pail year lo raise for the college have been One year ago John Rockefeller offered institution upon con dition that an additional he the With the ex ception ot the donation by of tae sum was raised by small Heavy Snow In April en tire Red River valley la In the grip of the worst btisxard of the A foot of snow has f Dodges Disagreeable April a measure ot precaution on account of 111 health Bmperor Francis Joseph will abstain from taking part In the customary holy Week which Incline washing the feet of the ROYAL Make la the early part of the life of King Christian of Denmark there was BO prospect of bis ever Incoming the ruler of that With this in view he became a schoolmaster at the German university of Being toopoor to keep a the Dowager Czarina Dagmnr of oneof bis used to help her mother to do the household work and take care of the younger During this period there were King Frederick and several others in the direct line of succession that stood before Prince Christian by a suc cession of deaths that he be came the heir and artetthe death of King Frederick in 1883 he was proclaimed King Christian of Another instance of a similar nature Is that of Louts During the time he WAS exllod from then being the Due do he became of mathematics and geogra phy in About thirtysix or thirtyseven years on he was proclaimed King Louis Philippe of the An For Whooping Give Chamberlains Cough H will keep the cough expec toration easy and render the flts or coughing less frequent and less se It Is safe and For sale y Greenville and Fre falPaper Cleaner Climax 25c DYES Diamond Make yoxir old Clothes Lojk Like New Now is the Time G R KAWERERS Bessemer Retold Azpus Main BfiaDSJf Olffi First Official Act of Miners New President Is Invitation to Joint Conference OHIOANS WIRE AN ACCEPTANCE Success of Movement Upon Action of Western Pennsylvania and Enough Replies 8e Far Received to Indicate Result April first official act or President Lewis of the drifted Minoworkers Of Amer ica In assuming office was lo send tele graphic invitations to thi principal operators of the ceiitral competitive consisting of Western Pennsyl Indiana und to at tend a meeting In Indianapolis on April 6 with representatives of the miners to make an effort to a call for Interstate wage ecu ventlon if to decide en a general resumption of mining op erations In tho telegrams were in the form of a asking the operators wheth er they would be willing to attend such a President Lewis sald that he hail received u number of re the most of which were favor able to he had not yet received ohoupli to determine the re He Is that the move will remilt In n resumption of thV rehttbllUajlon of the in movement in this field In tho reliabllitution of the interstate movement in the southwest fleld and the outlying Ohio operators have wired their ac ceptance of the Indiana op erators the negotiations this winter have expressed a willingness to RO conference any The Indiana uilnes The will lie in the hania of Western Pennsylvania and Illinois To meet dm operators In Joint confer ence here President Lewis will sum mon the district officers of the miners organization in the four 465 Mines Idle In April es from all the mining centers the throughout HIP State are ldl It Is said here the operators are not to having the mines Idle as they have thousands of tons of coal at the docks oh lakes which I he mild winter prevented them from shipping and this Is to be disposed of before they will agree to any scale or otlior question before the joint convention for The general belief among the miners rep feseritativas here Is that some sort of a compromise agreement will be reached within a few April flve mines in the Panhandle district of West Virginia are the majority of the men returning to Across the Ohio river in Belmont county 75 of the 100 mines failed to start and nboiit men arc April Join conference of miners nnd operators 01 district 17 failed lo reach an agree ment and ndjourned to meet again to Both Bides expect that an agree ment will be April Phfla delphla and Reading company is inak ing active preparations for the re sumption of mining at Its Employes win Partial April Chairman Martin Kiiapp anrt Charles P mediators between the Southern railway officials and their employes hare reached an agreement by which the present wage scale on the South era railway for all the orgaaiiatlpns Concerned will Jnatll the latof nut ENGWBY on hueeri Sund Collapses and Three Arc PARIS CLOAK BOUSE Store of Exclusive Invites Their Ladies Tailored Skirts and Spring Coats Our line is complete from the most uptodate Houses in America i Our Waist Display will interest you in foreign and domestic styles in white lace and LINGERIE SILK DRESSES and DEMI COSTUMES 7O8 State men were drownedat by the col lapse of a suspensleh bridge spanning Blueglone Tae Jikl i TwUnjj Arthur Pi All the fctreajms Jfiii this section are swollen The victims were stahdihg du bridge with flve other and boys watchlhg the rush ing current bridge gave precipitating entire eight into the river Flfo were washed down stream tb a molnt where the river had banks and were lodged treosland from which they were The bodies of the three victims have not been JlprU great flood is in progress tin the Tug river Elkhorn the last tbirtynijc rainfall three Inches and Blue stone and other streams in Virginia and West Virginia are out of their Along the Elkhorn many hun dreds of families are camping the mountain their homes being In Three lives reported lost at North Korlc and two at Keystone Bridges are washed away aloug tho Norfojk and Western railroad and for twentyfour hours traffic has been SUB The river is out of banks Coal buildings and bridges are being away and the damage will be More than i thousand extrft laborers are on duty along the Nor folk and Western at repair bu it will likely be thirtysix hours be fore traffic is April Kanawaha river and its tributaries are rising A stage of thirty feet Is Landslides in the New river canon have blocked Chesa peake and Ohio railroad and I Is not trains can get TRiSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF April Mary Jack son had the thumb on her right hand cut off by a glaut who commit ted the deed to get her Cleveland April passeugei season on Lake Brie for 1908 was formally opened whuu the Detroit ami Cleveland steamer City of Detroit ar ived here from April ordinance equiring owners of vans to names of those they so that audlorde can fruck has wen passed by or William Dawson has received the personal check ot President Theo dore Roosevelt for tor the relief ef the Monohgah mine April Ward and Wyatt the last of the Altoona holdovers except Pitcher barf surrendered and will Join the team at this ert Jarrett of near committed suicide by blowing of his head off with a Do ihestlc troubles are said to have been the April authorities have prdered down all political which have profusely adorned the streets here as the result Of a bitter flght between Penroae and antiPen rose April Miss Hazel age who was burned in an explosion in a chemical factory several weeks and whose girl friends supplied skin for a grafting op is April swaths a Michael a formerly of la in the lock up here charged with causlag the death of Mary ABB a erlWe fifteen years TOp ALL If Given Adverse Has Still Other Good Cards to Tis Said BOAT WITNESS SO TESTIFIES Alleges That Author of Charges Agalitit Electric Boat Company Threatens Still further Exposures on Floor of the April Taylor of testified efore the house committee uvestlgating the charges against the Sloctrlc Boat company that he had leard Representative he author of the make thfc statement In the Waierbury club last Saturday that It Irak quits likely he would get art adverse from committee and in that event he would tell all he knew about whole matler bt boats oh the floor of the addition Taylbn thei wit ttessea were Ellttu vice presi dent tot the Electric Boat company Maurice secretary treasurer of the Biearlc and Charles Ferry the Bid brass They all denied any knowledge of undue influence being tised on mem hers of to secure JeglslatlOn favorable to the Electric com although Taylor and Firry admitted that they had aiked Lilley to vote for the appropria as they thought it would help their business should these boats be Debate oil agricultural appro priation bill In wait devoid of the charges and Imputations which marked Its Consideration The dlswiBslon dwelt on an increased appropriation for the farmers bulle was refused and the subject of Inquiries into road build by the the trend of opinion being that such work should be The session was opened with a bit ter attack on Attorney General Bona parte by Clark of de nounced htm as being no lawyer and unfit to hold his The occasion for the utterance Was the reporttrii out of a resolution by Clark calling for a statement of the expense connected with peonage Investigations and That the resolution was simply a further and unnecessary attack on the attor ney general by Clark was the dec laration of Caulfleld of who led the The resolution was April State Treasurer elect John of Philadelphia will assume his office on May Sheatz has determined to depart from the custom of treasurers and will reside April Shuster of Blanket hill is considered Armstrong countys youngest old Although more than ninetyone years of he rides eight mllen of rough roads u attends to business arid home irt the April age a Umber cultor of WUB found dend along the Panhandle railroad near Uniou this with a bullet hole through hla left He is supposed to have been shot by foreign railroad FIGHTER Nobility Wines and Dines Ameri can Heavyweight Slugger In London April 2 riot or un employed occurred about the sllis bf Hammerstnlns new opera The contractors had advertised for men ahd about Quarreling began and soon the crowd were en gaged In a desperate struggle to make Police finally the April skeleton has been unearthed at North thought to be that ot 4 battle drover murdered fiftyone years ago In the old Foster The Mans body could not be located at He canted with him and it a bar room fight was shot and The skull of the skeleton contains a bullet April graduate of Princeton en gaged In the mill construction busi ness at has come t Plttsbnrg to a I want to gel a Pennsylvania I cant get a Pennsylvania then take one from These the two states thai produce the best April For the coal holdings of the Empire Coal company of PUUburg In Beimbnt were trknsfferred tothe ttoby Coal company ot cievb thi Seniors The prop erty Includes acres of coal land and three one oh the and O railroad In Belmont the other two at April tain Daniels of the steamer Quyandotte was swept to death by the swift cur rent of the Big Sandy river while alone on the The crew had gone to for the night and Captain Daniels remained on the While trying more securely to fasten her to the shore Daniels fell overboard and Aprir has n cat which nursing a Wllllft Snyder of Third avenue pet cutwas tWxnbthet halt dozen Two days of the down stairs and looked Into the basket where ttin cat and her kittens lay and was sur prised to flnd a rat among them The rat is being fed by the LORD SHAKES BURNSS HAND Fighter Dlnea and Witt British April Tommy tw champion heavyweight ab peared in a new role last waa a guest at the dinner 61 Ifti Spniiii club ahd was town i speech In a debate which had dti Pilbllclty W Bpott11 which turhed mainly to the ethics dJJords recent secret trial tJntbrtUnately for he wma sandwiched In the speaking between Lord Alrefttone nnd Mostyn two of Londons sfterdinnor i There fact that who WM a great in btsjroimi or went ovor to Jhl him said tMt Be WH Bleaeed to meet i rfltt piaveA the game as cleaiiiy ai 1 Neaii BOrnsi New bn IBS IJusftaftla tie will ttt afraJige a AktBH with Johthon kna will potlt of with Burno he la money to remain IB the tf stakeholder for from mine months to give promoteni aa nlty of arranging the contoit fie m as Ms shark df tiu no w suit of the and he wOul4 fMMr a of roumdi W W a which would limit it tft Cill fornla or y Arrangements are about Completed for Ugbi in England in which Qunuer Molr probably will pilled Burns for a ot the gate The It to ar place in one of the big football grounds and the price admission will be from one shilling which menus that at leaat 900 persons would probably attend i Hie bad given tht Spike Robion Doesnt Last April col champion lightweight pugilist of the stopped Spike the Kngilsh featherweight in the third roiihd of what wall scheduled as asUrbuhd bout before the Na tional Athletic Cans Was nearly ten pouhdb heavier than his Opponent aiid his long reach gave him a decided Rdbson was dropped for the count early In the third round and a momsut later he was again The referee then stopped the bout atocK Exchanges For New April the New York stock end the cotton the visitors btthe New York produce exchange has been No reason was given M this but Is generally understood that it was taken to prevent pus cranks from gaining access to the Soothing Syrup Kills April a boy and a children of and are be ing victims of soothing syrup poison The parents told a physician who was called that they had given the babies only flve drops of the East April bul let with which Charles Howard killed Myrtle Iloush was Intended for bis whom he had not been liv ing According to her husband carried a revolver since before their marriage and he fequent ly threatened to kill Howard he U glad he killed Boush that he had his says he wauU to bog Gives Eight a Free April per sons who had been bitten by a rabid dog In Boyd county have been sent to Chicago for treatment at the Pas teur The state Is defraying The party is In charge the health officer of Greenup It aeeins to agreed that the Napo leon of Waterloo was uot the Napo leon of Marcngo and clared Carnot I do not know him He tnlku Instead of be the man of rupkl decisions he asks he the Impervious dictator who Bcemod Insulted by advice bin mind though he have the power of attending to everything when and us he would he is sleepy and he used to be able to sleep anc wake at This last symp It Is wns the most striking In some of the most critical and terri ble moments of the Waterloo cam puigii 1m Hcnrcely able to keep himself This condition was probably the effect of the malady that killed him six yenrx cancer of the New York tr f It Hungry ef I buy an auto there aint enough left to hire a so I guess Ill tit I kin handle that did pa act when yoi him for my band Very gentle and II took me by I told him to a Indepenttent Piwm tlw When did your Ont show signs of WifeTap day bo Muurrled I tMem dterovered he was making only lit a It takes two to make a 6tt emly one of them gets The brain of the eminent linguist who could speak 50 different languages 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