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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED APRIL 2 CENTS PBR EACH SIDE DEFIANT to force the Republicans lo The I wo hours allowed by the for general debate on the district bill having been the at lint only after the Democrats forced a Datzell Serves With the view of expediting the public business Dalzell of Penn sylvania reported a rule from the com mittee on rules to dispense with the i nrst reading of the District of Colum 1 bla appropriation to limit general debate to two hours und thereafter to i consider lhe bill for Dalzell said I do no believe r need say any thing in Jufillllratlon of this The unties of I ho gentlemen from other tilde demonstrate absolute ly powerless to enact any legislation they are intending to oh Btrucl and pruvent legislation upon Republicans and Democrats in House Lock Horns Over Legislative Program MAJOftlTY RESENTS DICTATION While Minority Declares It Will Force Passage of Certain Measures by Re sorting to Every Parliamentary Ma neuver Permissible Under April When the house or representatives adjourned breach Uie majority and PJi the mlnorlly pardon was wider than The lenders on both sides ar rived on tin scene apparently none the worse ftir lhe parliamentary struggle of tho night The Dem ocrats at once resumed dilatory tac tics and Kepi it up throughout the notwithstanding tho eommiteeon minority to perform in this i They have tho right lo spend the public time In but equally I an this Hide exists tho right of the I charged with to put Into force nil its all the it to carry Into ex PVT It has under every special rule l you have tho power to brlns lui i house to force out of you If H legislation In the luteres of the The Koptiblleini he not permit eortatn meas ures which the the Demo crats and Hi country were demand ing for foar majority of the Republi can party In the house would adopt llo spoke of I lie lia bility reported liy the committee on the and remarked that lie wns ilad to sue a few Facing his he exclaimed 1 r nuriitnlale yon gentlemen on that Taunts the KcKiirding ihisovisrul measures t whih in as being demandei everywheir Williams said tha every Miiie inyhfidy wanted to pan any of reform mensures the H After aftP IIP set he house la nn 111 roar when lie said the Republicans r tnlnded him of a little piece of pmti that his hoy bad picked up at school and brought home to recite to his and said when he got FIVE MILLIONS Given by Andrew Carnegie to Pen sion Instructors of State Universities TRISTATEJMLWS IN BRIEF April letter baa been received lioro announces NO JAIL THIS TIME Wealthy Toledo Lumbermen Let Off With Small Toledo April twenty WHICH SIDE GOT IT JUtGUi V t ii the death of Guy irwln Carrier ot Toledo found j Metropolitan Street Railway Com fnVii1 foVAT i Now April menl Is nmili lluii Audn will nili nn In tin1 Iuinl u Iiirmsle nr inifthl lo hiTieticiarif cllililu of Mine nniviisii No provision iiiiuli lor ihis for tho by week In Cuba by typhoid April Hnnce and i Joseph Jones arc being held here j charged with robbing Hance drove a mail wagon It Is j that with Jones he pi 1 fared valuable j llu i April he re fused to fell his parents of his Lloyd ago after suf fering a wool from died at the McKceisport An opera tion was performed loo April corncob having the shape and linos of the hu i a i the thai Hie donor thought man hfcml was brought to town by It possible that such institution might prefer that their relations i a contractor of Dover town White while feeding his chick After the Republican this ulteraiico which brought In arule applying the gag law to on the Dis trict of Columbia appropriation UULfiVI I LIII in which was In order for I lodemonstnite from this time on through marked the grandmother re should continue exolUHivcly the j ens came across the state from which their chief support i Corry PI 4ljllhe Snore was This view wns not taken tecllvca csnKhi men robbing an i Pitchs attorney expressed hlssur gullty of conspiracy In restraint ot trade under the Valentine antitrust law wore rosentenced by Judge Kum ler ot cnmmoK pleas The sen tencea were fines ranging from j to nml in no Instance was a Jail JHQMAS RYAN SO TESTIFIES sentence There was dramatic when the defeniliinfs appeared In Their ntloiney asked for a stay of proceedings to civo him time to file a petition In error in the supreme Whon he had linished his argument John one nf the arose nnd declared condition of i his health made II Imperative the case fjftw April mun of against him be ended at once nnd j prOxlmatoly In the throw himself upon I lie mercy of the Wall and Street Ferries Rail Puck IP one of the most promtj wny conlpliny which has been nent citizens of Toledo and the jnvCHtlgatlon by the grand cution has brought him near the of pany Gave to Cam paign Fund in 1900 as Witnesi Before Grand Explains Transaction In Which Dolan and Himself by the natlorml association of state in the year follow ing the establishment of the founda petitioned the trustees for ad mittance to the benefits of the retiring allowance It was then found 11I1B evoked subsided peat that because is Just about We will be the saino as telling to go to The rule was adopted amid great dls Bnnii not i Hie bad poem as follows i lie then read the order and only after the Democrats j Jndu nny but that the Wlion 1 asked my girl to marry had exhausted every parliamentary of the majority will be such the majority deslros to pass In Its she Go to father move which I hey could make to ob struct Us Dual Tn present ing the rule of Pennsylva nia repealed the threat of Leader Payne that henceforth for the remain der of the session the Democrats would flml themselves out in the Minority Leader full of speaks For His announced that ho was not to be i D lho day Williams ro He told the Republicans gtaled Wa fls ieader again they could expect from Ins fm or He but they do not want It refused f of B a ln lno the rule mll District of j bill was taken up own tilno by tne knuw tllat I know hcrfatherwas dead She knew I knew what a life he had led She knew that I knew what she meant of were exhausted through the outlet already and that If tho faculties of all state universities were to be an additional would be The sit uation waa placed formally before Carnegie by Henry prise at the action express cnr on train 37 between Erie and They were cap tured after a struggle and gave their names us Wllllnm Oilman and William April body of William a merchant In Peculiar this oxnreHseu of his client and with made by the aTcTarod to tho attorney Metropolitan Railway company being dropped from the The Judge fined Puck The other de fendants asked for nnd were given In the presidential campaign ot according to nn explanation said have been given to the grand Jury by Thomas Ryan has been a witness before v the grand jury In connection with thia thirteen miles April Shop1 caso and u B learned that jury i was found hanging to a by a trolley car in j BOOn wuj hand up a presentment con ex about a mile from his Martin j of lhe pOCUullr accidents an outline of Ryans bad banged himself with a halter from evef rcportea shepherd was su piunatlon ot the Ryan said that when It was decided that the Met when she said Oo lo Some of the Republicans living In tariff he want tariff re hls own i perlntanding tho construction of April j building York In a moj rOpolltan Street Railway company president of the Carnegie foundation heavy catches of perch and whlteflsh j ment of Jrlsure he was picking dande Bhould make a big contribution to the tor the advancement of on are reported by fishermen supplying nons nlbng a rustic wall In front of j 190o campaign fund a further decision March 31 last and on that same day i tho local wholesale despite one of the big country estates when a i waa made to make It through Carnegie replied that the money the fact that the Lake Brie supply or came along and fhomiui would be forthcoming for any state generally supposed to be institution whose application received j isblng side of the house and exhorted his Democratic colleagues to stand togctli er and apply ill the power of which the possessed in order This Is the Time of Year Everybody III Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just charged Payne and Dalzell i with having usod sonic rather strong Tho he had 1 been held up as filibuAers before the but he denied that this was Williams declared that the Democrats had broken no quorum either in the house or the committee on and nobody Is better aware of that fact than those gentlemen who have used that He described a filibnsterer as a man en by being told to go to Williams declared that tho rule brought in by Dalzell was not In tended to expedite Its real was us from forcing you to expedite public the session is WlllinniH this whole country will know that if remedial legislation cannot be procured from this congress it will be because the under the general and the the approval of the legislature and governor of Its The additional donation will be In5 per cent pin April city tho coldest temperature known for an April day In ten tho merj p i lui tut in providing an added annual income of llQ freezln point quarter of a million dollars and a cur g he cnr rain fairly Into p Widoner and William Bl against the stone i was a understand was terribly mutilated and jng they were to be reimbursed j by the Metropolitan for their oontrl 1 with Interest at 5 Sues Manager uonBeqtlcntly thc flve men sent their total for yearly dlsbureeiiient of gaged In preventing special are as helpless for legjs ha amid Democratic applause and Republican have been en gaged In the busineas of trying to force Williams said he did not want to be understood as but lative purposes fis a child snooting peas out of H muraleloadlng shotgun is helpless for the work or lltf Calls Rule a Williams said this they will bring In He was not fo lie he I have enlisted in the war and will stay to the dog He had heard It Healed be that the Repub licans would give the minority noth habit of getting nothing and having j he that this Is no sur He gave warning that wher1 ever one of us hurt more than one Republican would be hurt by tha policy that party was But for the fact that a gale was blow1 Ing almost all day much harm would have been done to frult j bi April vcns and John two of the fea April have i on James man i Hotel in a Evelyn Thaw to recover for alleged injury to by stories that she and three men indicted for having robbed Ti jmas had been asked to leave he asserted that the minority would j mlc Is firs squeal from the other exhaust power it had under the it bo the They 1 addressing have inorf nios up their sleevo which THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE BIQ PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Invites Attention to Their f Ladies Tailored Skirts and Spring Coats Our line isj complete Irom the most uptodate Houses in America Our Waist Display will interest you in foreign and domestic styles in white lace and7 LINGERIE SILK DRESSES and DEMI COSTUMES turning to his own j cenl aclb Adams Express Agent DoPue of at the union depot pleaded guilty and were sentenced to the peniten tiary for eight years at hard April Kalbfus of the slate game commission In an address here stated that there was a marked diminution In the ter of game birds and song birds foreigners since the Infliction of thfj severe penalty prescribed by the re side of the said they did not have much power referring to j Paynes statement congress would be run without reference to the pointed out the vari ous parliamentary ways by which they could make themselves April Maf N declares that he saw an air7 ship battling with a stiff northwest It was in view for one He says there was enough light thrown out to see he outline of the passen Again addressing himself to the Re ger He said it held half a he said Whenever you dare let the house consider any of the special bills which the country Is de manding we have tho power of add dozen April Minnie a prominent Jamestown horsewhipped Henry Franklin in the main thoroughfare be TI MA fore a thousand When the Ing a majority of this He dm man tore the from her there was a man bestride a situation of which he was afraid and was so much afraid that he fully deserved to be named after the Indian chief who was called Old Man Afraid of His Horse1 It is the present speaker of this DeWlttg Hittle Early tie famous little liver Sold by Hurry Weat hotol grill Regan turned ho papers over to his Thaws complaint was filed la the su preme Barge Sinks Pleasure April launch owned by Clinton Mitchell of this was sunk In a collision with a barge In low of the tug Elmore In the Delaware river and Oscar Grant and Ooorge Thomas were nearly The three were res cued by the crew of the personal checks for each George Huhn Sons ot Philadel by whom the money was over to the campaign ttta said that no mention IB In Ryans lestlmony aa to which party received the It waa two years after the contribution was made ac cording to before an oppor tunity was afforded to repay Ryw and his associates the sum they ad Then came the opportunity to purchase the Wall and Cortland com In making the to thony Brady by the simple method cf Wai1 Paper Cleaner Climax 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New Now is the Time AT KAMERERS Bessemer RecoidArgus 238 Main f H M M 7O8 State Ing ourselves as a minority to a frac tion of the majority and thereby mak ing a majority of this He did I he entertain the j infuriated woman broke an i sanguine hope that the opportunity j umbrelia over hj8 It la said the would present man has been annoying Cowdea wjtn kjg aWcntlonai April Don prospective Democratic guber natorial and President Jack son of the board of public came to blows In a barber shop over a dispute concerning the citys electric lighting Donnelly fought with his face covered with lather and was floored Johnson claims to have acted on the April Craw a Canton negro who had turned white due lo is dead The physician who attended never knew he was a negro until a sister of Hie sick man volunteered the The change of color was due to a rare disease known as leuco Detilh was caused bya plete breakdown of the nervous April Selling Choice Pictures in rlBburg sci10ol last eveningi Choice frames for a gOOClj passed the teachers retirement April B B Johnson 14O Main Spring is here again and our store room is full of seasonable If you are in need of anything in the line of stoves or lace we invite you to call and examine our We believe we can save you framed pictures half Killed In April John a retired surgeon ot the United States was killed In a runaway accident here and his daugh ter Herbert Von Slotzenberg of New and Miss Mary Killed by Drinking Bay April this town Edwin ago and James age dead from drinking bay and Sel don a is seriously Carney leaves a widow and five small adding five times est thereon at 6 per cer over two Dolan and Whitney hack their campaign contrlbuuom made In according to Ityaas es was April Tonngot the United States district court has refused the petition presented by At torney Wendt compel former State Treasurer Frank Harris to show notes amounting to were discounted In the EnterprUa Na tional bank by the late Lee Fall April Al bert Laws of the Twentyfourth cav alry was fatally injured by falling downstairs In his quarters at Fort On His skull was fractured and his brain For Whooping Give Chamberlains Cough It will keep the cough expec toration easy and render the flU or coughing less frequent and lesg se It is safe and For sale by Greenville and Fre DeWitts Carboltzed Witch Hazd It Is specially good for Sold by Harry West dealleSB than you COUld get nrst In the state outside or NINE LAYERS Uniiorm in ThicknessMake the Maltreat COMFORTABLE PURE The WcbbinB employed in Ktcurna Fouter mattresses uuilen lie tin cotton llbrcs Into 360 lucy wine havo acquired tho uttnoat lite and Nothing but iclectod materials into Philadelphia to avail Itself of the act of Under tho law the school board will appropriate an amount equal j Bot a Dig factory S Surplus to what the teachers raise by assessj uient among This city has 234 teachers who will come under tho I provisions of tho l April and county wore visited by the most 00 i terrinc rain in There was llcally a cloudburst and the water pollrPti down the gnlleys Into running two feet awny tence3 andtreesj Near this the eight yearold son of William Williams wasi drowned while trying to cross Look for our uamc See for SIXTY NIGHTS FBIC TRIAU whats Eiiri Belter nmttrcMCB could not possibly be made lor less Get B Steurnt ft route mattrena Made In several grades to JOHNSON the Selling It Half Price Pay you to buy them for the for some of you r picturea that need new wlUamBOii w Va Aprll 4TWj tho it wonid be a sname men lylnB at tbe point of death asj Waste SUCh good the result of wounds inflicted on each other at Goodman at the home of Its a and an ad vantage you donl even dream Come and see for BOGQS NORTH PA Green Honsley during the wedding of the InUers It j Btnlhed Adrian Hej 1 also seized a shotgun and flred the although seriously wenched the gun from the frenzied man and dealt him blows over the head with inulotlug To the woman who Royal is the greatest of time and labor Makes home baking a pleasure and a profit ML Bakin The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tarter With minimum trouble and cost bis cake and pastry are made clean and greatly superior to tha ready foundintheshop   

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