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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED APRIL 2 CENTS PER Sterling Employers Liability Bil Passes Littlefield Its Only Opponent DUPLICATE OF LAFOLLETTE BILL Kompers Declares Present Conditions Are Preferred by Labor to Those Under Proposed Civic Federation BUI to Amend AntiTrust April only one vote against lhat of Littleflold of tho house of representatives under suspension of the passed the Sterling employers liability bill after forty minutes ot In brief tho bill establishes liio doctrine that tho railroad companies engaged in in terstate commerce are liable for per sonal injuries received by employes in tho service of such It abol ishes the strict common law rule of liability which bars u recovery for tho personal Injury or dentil of an em ploye occasioned by the negligence of a fellow It also relaxes the common law rule which makes con tributory negligence a defense to claims for anch A diminishes the amount of the recovery in the same degree that the negligence of the injured one contrib uted to the The bill further multcB each party responsible for his own negligence and requires each to bear the burden Bill Reaches The bill as passed by the house was transmitted to the senate and on mo tion of Senator Dolliver was laid on the table subject to being called up at any Dolliver explained that This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Anot er Large Con signmentJust THE QJB5ON FURNITURE the bill is finite Biinllar to the measure reported to the senate from tho com mittee on and Dolllver contemplates asking Hie sen ate to agree to take up tho bill at an early Ho will probably move to Hubstltute the senate measure for the house bill and after the senate acts will then leave to conference the task of agreeing upon a compromise meas The house bill Is much tnoro sweep ing than the senate as It applies to all common while tho senate bill applies only to common carriers by In the delmto Minority Leader Wil liams said he welcomed tho opportu nity to Illustrate to the country how quickly and bow rapidly we Demo crats can join In passing remedial leg Williams said the Democrats would be glad to be furnished with more like and to rnpent the Illustration as ench reme dial bill la furnished to the H lie the first encourage ment in some Paynes Ire Paynedenounced the Democrats for delnyinj by a half sin hour the passage of tho bill by forcing a roll call on the approval of the The gentleman from hfi seeniH to think will make the country believe that because every j time he I say this to tho house j and to the he can make country believe that tho way to facili tate legislation Is by the useless de mand for rollcalls and delay in per forming the fiiiiclions of the house and passing the surly bills that must bo He declared that Williams had no more lo do with tho bringing about of tho report from the committee or the consideration of the measure than the boys on the It has the settled purpose of tho major ity to bring tho bill before Payne feared the bill would meet the same fate with the supreme court as did the former but he said he j would vote for it as had voted for the previous ho wo will go on with the legi amendment adopted prlatlon of for a for Tort William Ihnry The bill malnrlnlly increases the pay of ofllcers and enlisted men of the A resolution Introduced by Foraker was It calls on the secretary of war for the names of nil former soldiers of tho Twentyfifth Infantry discharged without honor on account of the firownsvllle affray who have applied for DOESNT SUIT UNIONS Civic Than METHODISTS MAY DANCE I TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF If Conscience Says New York State New April New York conference of the Methodist Episco pal churdi hold an important session at which several matters of moment to the denomination were acted One subject which created much the resolution recommend ing to the general conference that Jiar agraph 2iS of the church which forbids card be was adopted by an unanimous Much to the general there was no debate on this Only seven delegates voted against tho res Federation Bill Worse Says April stalemcnt of Samuel president of the American Federation of that labor would rather endure the Sherman law as applied by the United Slates supremo court in the hullrrs ilian submit to rcjvislriillnn ns proposoil by UIH amend silory bill dralUid National Civic federation and Introduced in the house Hepburn of wsis one of i tho fisiluroa of a hearing on lhat bill before a snbKlitiilo committee of the house judiciary The speak in addition to were President Both Low of tho National Civic Professor of E1 Writer to New de o 1 or Ut Nation April president York in Seven ad George F been Informed by Representative New April Chicago scvc Founders an or ganization of Tho clilof speaker was Professor who discussed tho bill in its various phases smd answered a run ning lire of questions from members of I IKcommittee and interested per He made it plain that so far as be and I lie National Civic federation Heaver April resi dence of Hutcliinson was robbed 01 about JliOO worth of jewelry April councils will bu asked to appropriate not loss than to relieve the distress among the April thousand workmen returned to work at Wheat land mill of the Shenango Iron and Steel company and the Sharon steel hoop April Prank ago a tele phone was electrocuted while stringing He received If the general conference approves foil and dashed bis brains the it is it will April request of mean that Methodism niters its llt AVI1 torlc position in respect to these llam wns arrested It Is but simply makes them a j wanted for matter of Ulo limount being and A proposal lhat Induced much but was adopted by aj substantial was the resolu tion appealing lo the general confer i euro to restore the time limit upon a custom which was abol Lovelorn Naval Lieutenant Hur ries Home From Philippines to Fix His Fences WAS MYSTERIOUSLY BANISHED Hint That Senator Elkins Had Him dcred to China Station Bocauw Mammas Ambitious Plane for Daughter Were in San April Returning from what ho has regarded as a MISS ishoil about eight years LONG TRIP BY TROLLEY house just made shows the Aldrich bill will fall of Hill told tho president that there is a strong senti ment for a financial commission to worlc during tho recess of congress and submit a report next Dead Set Against Aldrich April Detroit clear Ing house association has adopted a resolution opposing the passage of the are concerned hoy desire no changes to be made in Sherman law thnj Aldrich curroncy bill in any would an Interstate as defined by the anthracite coal com Oonipprs declared that organ ized labor does not want its contracts with employers to be passed on as to their or unreasonable and a half days is the record estabj lisbcd by Flower oC who arrived here after traveling miles by local and inlcrurban trolley Flowers object was to discover the extent and value of the enormous development of trolley sys tems throughout the Ho was able lo make a continuous trip for the entire distance with the exception of three small While satisfied over April Stuart aiinonncos that he will not In terfere with the death sentence ot Max condemned to die at Phila delphia today for the murder ot his April tics gathered by city superintend ent of schools show that one out of every thirteen pupils in tho schools of this city arc either mentally or physic ally April a chase across the continent Deputy Sheriff Andy is en route here with tho last of the indicted bridge trust He arrested Love at Los April gressman ilnbbard carried Har rison county in the primary by 500 Senator Hazlelt for re would labor submit to tho law as it islation of Ilils country and the commissioner that rather jority will decide in their own and without any let or hindrance from I the gentleman from Mississippi and i the voting which it is reported he organized last Saturday to stop leg The Republicans would go on just the he and write in the statute books just what they desired to The bill passed by a viva voce but in order that mem bers might be recorded the yeas and nays were The army carrying an appro priation of almost was passed by the The only April Daniel Kinchart died having been taken mysteriously ill shortly after an A physician wis hurriedly The police man was told to lie down but instead rode Koine on his He was folluweil by the who arrived at i lie liousi1 about the snme time as Tlic officer fell rtead in the physicians THE WQ t Wai1 Paper Cleaner Climax 1 for 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New Now is the Time G KAMERERS Bessemer Record 2S8 Main PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Invites Attention to Their Ladies Tailored Skirts and Spring Coats Our line ris 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 Judge Orders April In Instruct ing the grand jury Judge Stout said It was currently reported that certain legislators had felled to carry out the will of their constituents the recent senatorial election and had been per suailed by bribery to do He told he jury lo Investigate the Boycott of Japs April boycott against the arising out of the trouble between Japan and China over the seizure and subsequent re lease of the Tatsu is npreadlng April John Tokosh and John who were entombed in the Highland mine near here on Saturday by the washing of a lot of clay into the place where they were are still Im although rescuing parties have been working continuously slnco the accident It is expected they will bo reached It is not known whether or not the men are April the Watch me show the boys a Ed Kehle entered the room where two of his friends were sleep ing and fired lour shots at One of the shots passed through the throat of Joe a German fatally Injuring He Is living but cannot One other shot hit Past in the right two of the shots going Immediately after the shooting Kehle went to his room and went to where he was found by the DeWitts Little Early the famous little liver Sold by Harry West with the result of the I Flower is firm in his resolution to re turn to his home on a fast This probably means the withdrawal of i April un I left Chicago early Sunday morni record in attendance is ing a week ssiid and arrived at Indianapolis the same It was necessary lo bridge the gap from Kankakoe to Lafayette by but from there nearly to Buffalo I used trolleys There was a break at where I was forced to take a train to Tarry Johnson 140 Wain Strei is here again and our room is full of seasonable If you are in need dianything in the line of stoves or lace window shade we invite you to call and examine our We we can save you CAME TOJ3LOODY END Old Mans Attachment Results In Mur der and April age was shot and instantly killed at her homo at MoKees Rocks by Samuel age until recently borough Gard ner sent a bullet into his He died at ihe Ohio Valley The tragedy ended an infatuation that has lasted for more than a Us direct cause was roused In the breast of the aged admliter when he saw I ho girl with whom he was infatuated go to church with Da vid age Gardner was married and lived with Ills wife and adopted child next door to the home of the young er and Wil liam The relations between the aged engineer and the girl have been the subject of comment in the neighborhood for many Gard ners vife and the girls parents had done every tiling possible to destroy the but without COMFORTABLJ The Webbing roiterl cottoa libra Into acquired th MMhlocbutMl the I look fa J I on trtty I rawtuuMic JOHNSOM TDK April B B art glass domes for gas or artistic designed and made under our critical Have Art Glass work of this character so highly de veloped we are able to de sign and execute special Domes or other Art Glass pieces to meet any require ment or correspond with any decorative scheme work done in best manner possible at moderate Practical evidence of the advantages of building special Green or Am Kr Art Glass plete for ordi narily sold for and FIFTEEN Electric Quarantine Against April marine hospital and public health service has issued an order establishing a quaran tine against with the exception of the metropolitan district of which includes Marlanao and Camp Choked to Death by April threeyearold son ot a tanner of choked to death by a which lodged in his April Oil prosecutions hero have been glyen a new Attorney Virgil Kline of Cleveland appearing to take deposi tions in the damage suit of George Phelps against the Standard Oil Phelps is an Inde pendent producer and he has lost by reason of the Stand ards control of the April theft of more than worth of diamonds from the law offices ot Rus sell Russell on the night of March which was never discovered by the owners of the was brought to light through the confession of Al bert and Ralph sixteenyearold boys arrest that of sixteenyearold daugh ter of and Stewart of Cross creek who has not missed a day In seven or a to lalof April execu tive committee of tho state a meeting held decided to hold j the annual meeting of state grange in Altoona next and Harrisburg made of fers for tho April of the light harness horse have called a meeting for all towns interested to be held at the Arcade hotel in Spring Held next at which time a proposed Ohio race circuit for early summer meetings will be April recently retired by the Philadel phia and Reading Railway company at the age limit and said to have been the oldest passenger engineer In the died at his home age He ran the locomotive which drew the funeral train of the martyred President Lincoln from Baltimore to April several days George Parker has experienced an unusual itching sensation on his He was almost constantly scratching Finally his fingers struck a sharp An investiga tion was made by a physician and a pin an inch In length was removed rom his He does not know low it got PURE Domes to OUT own employed In ALI to 40QQS NMTM Foleys Orlno Laxative Is beat for women and Its mild action and pleasant taste makes it prefer able to violent such aa pills Cures Bessemer Phar ed in Bellaire pawn while attempting to Centre una A wellknown Manitoba editor writes An an inside worker I find Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Invaluable for the touches ot biliousness natural to sedentary life their action being gentle and effec clearing the digestive tract and the 25 Samples Greenville and There nothing bettor ttuui Ko4o for tour stMB bekfctog u4 It AlffMrtv Bold by Harrr contrived banishment for two years In Asiatic Lieutenant Adolphus is speeding from Sau Kruii Cisco to Washington to bo come u rival of the Duke of the Abruzxi In suing for Uio hand of the dashing Katherine That thu prospective marriage of the West Virginias daughter to the who is in line of succession to the Italian may be circum vented and the name of another Amer ican heiress left out of the Almanac do Gotha aro among tho possibilities that invost the journey of tho young Yan kee gallant of the quarterdeck with international imoort Apart from the admitted rivalry bJ tween Lieutenant Andrews and the Dnlto of tho the re turn of the former Is attracting naval circles here because of the messroom gossip that attended his transfer to the China station two years At that time Lieutenant Andrews was attached to tho staff of President Roosevelt at Washington and was among the most attentive admirers in the train of Kitty But Mamma Elkins did not want an untltled lieu tenant for a She already bad visions of ducal devices on the Elkins it is and did not wish to see Kitty and her mil lions contract an alliance with a sea fighter lacking heraldic Naval men in San Francisco fre quently tell the story of what lowed over their While Kitty Elkins and Lieutenant Andrews were doing politics of the heart with their they Stephen El kins had 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