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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                TOf EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED 2 CENTS PER AT Almost Entre State of IHinois Will Decide for or Against Him Tomorrow CAMPAIGN HAS BEEN BITTER Children and Law Preachers and Laymen gaged in Vigorous Canvass for Cities April Pastors of churches throughout Illinois generally united in advocating the abolition of the which question will be de cided tomorrow by townshlpa Ui 84 out of the 102 counties of the In many instances ministers aban doned their pulpits to lawyers and oth er public speakers who favored the cause of The liquor inter ests were not Idle during the and in practically every township in the the state they held at which speakers set forth the disad vantages of prohibition in the terri tory which will vote on the Shall this town become antisaloon territory There are about sa loons and if the antisaloon cause is successful they must close The election will be held under the town ship local option law passed by the last No Fight In In Chicago there will be no local option the law having been so framed as to eliminate this The fight over the Sunday closing question here has dwindled through the deci sion against the placing of the ques tion on the ballot in an aldermanlo contest in a few But all around This Is the Time of Year Everybody Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON fURMTURE f THE B1Q Wai1 Paper Cleaner Climax 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New is the Time the the contest nas ueeii nu great In eleven Cook county townships contiguous to Chicago the citizens will vote on the saloon ques If these townships go dry Chi cago will be girdled with prohibition while many summer gardens and road houses on the outskirts will either have to become temperance re sorts or close their There are only eight large cities within the state where the question Is not being They are East Streat LaSalle and In the remainder of the larger munici palities and townships the battle will end with the decision at the polls on In many localities down the state the fight has taken on a personal tone and many surprising personal en mities have Appeal to the The liquor Interests have appealed to the farmers who send their grain to tho distilleries to use their influ ence with city the reform The women and children have played a prominent part In the campaign and In scores of towns they have paraded dally pleading with the men to vote against the At the capital ot the is It said that more money and attention have been devoted to the present movement against saloons In Springfield and Sangamon county thanany public question has received since the Civil Within the county there arc 125 licensed where of corn are made Into grits for brewer ies every has been one of the storm centers of the The city has sixtythree saloons and they pay a license of each yielding a revenue of to the There have been parades by stu by women and Saloon windows have been broken and saloon signs torn while the saloonmen responded by clubbing several univer sity April counties in Michigan will vote on the question of local option They are as fol lows Mid Mis Grand Traverse and The antisaloon forces picked these counties to make the fight in this spring owing to the fact that all are largely agricultural where prohibition sentimentis generally con sidered to fee stronger than in The mutil ated body of a lettw is believed have been murdered nnd was found along the railroad tracks at DEMOCRATS GAGGED Majority In Houce Takes Steps Stop April adopting i sweeping cloture rule in the house Republicans left to tho Democrats onij very No longer can e filibuster conducted against send ing to conference bills with senate amendments no a motion to close debate be amended or ds and no longer can a motion tc adjourn take precedence ovei a mo tion to take a In presenting tho Dalzell characterized the Democratic filibus ter of the last few days as Idlbtfc a disgrace to grown men of The Democrats were afforded no opportunity to talk on the proposition and were ridden over they tried to got even a short time afterward by seeking to amend the District of Columbia ap propriation bill and then securing rtl visions of the the Republi cans secured a ruling from the chair that all the motions were From that time on for the remainder of the senslon the resumed Its wonted aspect aiid business proceeds in an orderly One of the few privileges left to the Democrats was to force a rollcall on adjournment and this they but no as the motion carried h N 1 President Roosevelt has appointed Louis Ilammerllng of Wilkesbarre to be a member of a commission to In vestigate labor conditions on the isth mus of In appointing him the president followed the recommenda tion of John the retired pres ident of the United whom the place was first A bill to prohibit and prevent over capitalization of railroads was Intro duced by Representative Esch of Wis H provides that no interstate railroad after it has been In op eration for one Issue any addl tional notes or other Instruments of Indebtedness except when necessary to the acquisition of the extension or improve of Us lines and facilities and the Improvement and maintenance of Its payment of dividends In anything but cash Is as is the acquirement control of or inter eat in other railroad corporation except to establish by consolidation of connecting lines a through route of v Jaiiri former presidents ifon caljed on President Roosevett and declined commission visit Panama canal zone and report on laborconditions AT G KAMERERS Bessemer Recoid 238 Maio PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Invites Attention to Their Ladies Tailored Skirts and Spring Coats Our line is complete from the most uptodate Houses in America Our Waist Display will interest you in foreign and domestic styles in white lace and LINGERIE SILK DRESSES and DEMI COSTUMES 7O8 State DID A BIG BUSINESS Gang Aided by April Jifhe sensa tion caused here by the arrest of four noMremen charged with bjjftlig In acon Blilrary to rolrproperloaion the beats whflvlhev followed by tho suruidnr of Wlllliim who Is if of the In tlie Frost is H plumber who hns i In the wholesale where the accused policemen were nl In confession nays that be policemen and Hurry Kothonber through whoso arrest the conspir acy wns used place fts a it was there the stolen goods were talftjn and divided by all Snoh as the policemen did not want or could not use were left in his hands to be disposcdOf iFrost admits that he actively assisted In some of the according to offi who say that the goods recov ered from the homes of some of the together with Articles which they have are Valued at up ward of v toiflave been too large for the policemen to carry Among the recovered are rolls of gas bolts of ice cream aicollection of Pan ama fancy grocer ies and even patent FRESHMEN ON ROOF Sophomores Try to Reach Retreat Ladders and Are Ann April Twenty University of Michigan scheduled to make speeches nt the an nual freshman banquet are camped on the roof of the local na tional guard armory to protect them selves against kidnaping by the soph The men climbed to their lofty refuge Saturday pre pared to stay until the banquet The sophomores discovered them and tried to I mount to the camp with The had armed themselves With Iron hooks attached to long poles end drew up the ladders as fast as they were One sophomore hung to a ladder until It was twenty feet in the air before he 1 New York Glanta of a here between the York National league team and the Muskogee Western league team the sheriff served warrants On all the participants violating the Sunday Bonds were provided and the New York men were allowed to con tinue their Senator Penrose Busy April States Senator Penrose now has so greatly Improved that he hns daily confer ences with State Senator Me Nichol and Israel TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Martins April age wus Iatallj burned a a April Foster has been appointed city en glneer of April Senator Knoi will be the Memorial orator at tin National cemetery at April Lafay ette hotel here was destroyed by flre dislodging 100 guests April hounds are on the trail of Incendiaries who burned the Central school In War ren April mine workers and operators of the Alle gheny valley have renewed last years wage scale for another April Taft was Indorsed for president and Harry Woodyard for congress at the Wood county district April Frank a was found dead In his his body partly eaten by The cause Of death Is April age was killed by a street He was mine foreman for the Keystone Coal companyat April every church In Washington today special prayer services are being held for the success of local option at the pri maries April Oil April age a railroad fire man ot Oil was killed at West being run over while exam ining his New April for ten years lost to his family at died in the hospital here of pneumonia after a reunion with his mother and April exec utive committee of the Citizens league gives notice that the use of money and liquor at the primary next Satur day will be April Key burn has issued a call for a meeting of the citizens permanent relief com mittee to devise means to relieve dis tress among the citys April Van Vllek of and Edward Major CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS New Administration in Miners Union Feel Assured of April op erators and representatives of the United Mlncworknrs of America In the sentral competitive consisting of Western Indiana and will meet here today to consider a proposition made by the miners organization through President Lewis to Issue a call for a joint wage convention to rehabilitate the Inter state agreement If to fix a date for the resumption of the bituminous coal mines pending the of a wage Illinois may not but the conference will meet any The meeting will be the fifth of a similar kind held here since last Oc tober to endeavor to fix a wage scale for the districts It Is be lieved by the new officers of the miners organization that this effort will be successful and that acall for a wage convention will be issued for some date In the near It Is also believed that the scale finally agreed on will be a continuation of the present Operators in April operators of the district at a meeting In the office of the Plttsburg Coal com pany called to appoint a committee to go to Indianapolis to meet the miners In Joint with the Idea of arranging for an Interstate scale con decided to pay no attention to the scale committee as the miners of the Plttsburg dis trict desire to settle the existing dif ferences they will have to settle with the entire district or not at In the meantime miners in the district will remain Philippines In Line for April The Democratic convention In the Philippines defeated resolution condemning the Tatt ad mi stratlon of the Islands by one The convention Indorsed Bryan for president and adopted a resolution de manding tariff Six delegates were elected to the National Demo cratic Leech for Public John Leech of novt public printer In the hasbeen appointed He printer Leech will suc ceed Public whgsev Workmen Locked April lockout affecting brlsklayers and allied workmen in the building trades Is In effect here over the question of and the application of the weekly dayofrest Leaps From Eighth April banker of jumped from the eighth floor of the Auditorium Hewas instantly DeWitts Little Early the famous little liver Sold by Harry West dajjrit 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 window we invite you to call and examine our We believe we can save you Aptil B B english suitings fancy loom checks or 54 and 56 plain inches wide splendid Spring right weight for all season Suits or Skirts ed lots and and a Those who have use for serviceable dressy Black Suitings should see this col UnUflfro In the KUttms COMFORTABLE I PURE ENDURIW The Webbing employed In AU Blooms Forter unitei the tin cotton fibres Into 360 lacy ill of whic have acquired the utmost life and Nothing but elected materials go Into Look far jyiMTTItKSS cve1 mil or ftW fcftSfiBnfe Better could not poMlbly be for leu Get Foile TODAY Made to Mvml gnAw to JOHNSON 4 Two lots Black Panamas at prices that are producing 50 inches 54 inches Twentyfive pieces assort ed neat allwool striped and figured Black 42 inch es Exceptional Black 75c a BOQGS NORTH PAi charge of horse April contract for the entire output of the Providence Coal and Coke company mines at Kel leys station for the next year has been miners will be put on full time after being Idle for April only a nickel left after searching In vain for work at John Basile and Joe Ruggiara were attacked by four roughly beaten and robbed of the an old razor and a April the docks of the Toledo Shipbuilding company was launched the Fred a monster steam for carrying ore and coal on the The boat is 524 feet long and has a capacity of April will of Francis the West Virginia oil leaves practically all her large estate to Attorney Costo because she found him to be an honest The estate is said to be worth April outlook for an agreement between min ers and operators of the Seventeenth district is It is predicted that a strike Involving miners will President Lewis of tne United Mineworkers Is April Ralph Donzer and Lela both nine informed the girls mother they going to get married the mother refused to give her consent unless Lelas twin sister Lulu should also Denzer hunted up Lloyd Lulus and a dou ble marriage was the April Grapevine Mingo two Will and George en gaged In a the had his brother down and was beating him unmercifully when a third nine years of pleaded with him to Wll grabbed a gun and shot the lads heart He then April Roth age has been ar rested here charged with The youth says lie was aided In a number of robberies by four Thete policemen have been The dwellings of twoof the accused police men andItIs asserted goods alleged to have beenstolen were April Albert shotthrough a lungiby hismotherinlaw Gibbs had been drinking and his wife and her mother trying to tske him He suddenly at tacked the with a Mrs Runner trouble and had armed herself a which and fired at Mrs believing that she had fatally wounded hev her but the bullM proofreader arid foreman in the government printing office here from 1889 to at which time he was selected as public printer for the His appointment has been cordially indorsed by Secretary Mor rison of the American Federation of He Is a union man but has been given an suspension to permit of his present official Mule Chews at Boys April Frank a flfteeiiyearold boy living near was brought to the hospital here with a compound fracture of the the flesh of which was frightfully He was attending a which CONFLICT Secretary Ta t Predicts Stru gle for Mastery Between Cap ital and Labor CANNOT FORESEE THE OUTCOME Candidate for Presidency Makes Ad dress to Railroad Conductors and Then Takes OrdinanceBreaking Spin Through Chicago Parks In April of War IHft left Chicago last evening tor Omaha after winding up his visit With an automobile ride through the park system of In addition he made an address before the Order of Railway visited a sick went to attended a luncheon and conferred with a num ber of visitors on the political situa Men who control as well as men who work for must Com said Taft In his speech before the Com binations of capital within the bounds of the law are necessary for business expediency and for cost And because of these combinations among the laboring men must combine also In order to obtain that Independence to which they are Every man who how ever he welcomes the lawful combinations of capital and the com blnatlons of the laboring Tet there Is no fact that me must look forward to a gigantic con troversy between labor and hoping and trusting that It will be set tled That when It willdecide once tor all how capital and labor shall share the joint profits which they For the last three years we have been doing some We needed President Roosevelt was the chief of those who called a halt and convinced the people that no one In this country is above the I do not say thatall rich men are We take pride in those who by Intelligence and honesty have accumu lated wealth mej These must be made to know that their lawless cannot be After the speech Taft and party entered their autos and WOTff driven to the parks nnd Several times during the trip park po licemen attempted to stop the ma chines because of the speed at which the chauffeurs were but ex planations to the policemen as to the Identity of the chief guest were made and the run was not suddenly seized chewed it his leg and almost April William formerly a professional roller committed suicide In a hotel lere by swallowing The who was fortyfive years of eft several in one of which It was intimated that a love affair was responsible for his There is nothing better 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