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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED APRIL 2 CENTS PER Republican Majority in House Cur tails Privileges of Williams and His Forces ADOPT MORE DRASTIC RULES Speaker May Declare Recess Every Day Five Oclock Without Roll call and Appropriation Bills May Be Pasted by Majority April a de bate which consumed a large part of tho in which the leaders on both sides participated and In which there were many sharp though In perfect good tho house passed a new rule enabling the speaker to declare a recess at 5 oclock every day for the remainder of the week without a Notwithstanding the rigid rules already in force the Democrats forced live rollcalls on the The debate was partlclpaaed in by UeArmond and Dem and Sherman and Dal Beginning the con troversy DeArmond said that evi dently It had become offensive to the Republicans to have a not withstanding the requirement of the He attributed their re luctance to a desire not to be found on He admitted that the adoption of the rule would demonstrate that the Republicans could pass any bill they desired to but urged that it would place square upon them tha responsibility for all failures to legis Sherman responded that the Re publicans were entirely willing to as The Re This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSOH PURNITURE THE DIQ JTORC Wal Paper Cleaner Climax 1 for 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Lojk Like New Now is the Time TIE VOTE Defiance of Constitution by Race Track Gambling Still in The Balance publican he has always been ready to accept full responsibility when It has been In which Is in striking contrast lo the Democratic oven when It Is in has lacked the courage to carry out its declared Williams Claims Williams claimed credit for forcing the Republican majority to a vote on many important He made reply to Dalzells recent which had been he to cause him to grow but he did propose to lose his temper simply because Vhe Republican leaders did not want him and the president to he we will leg islate we shall get a free wood pulp but we wont get a campaign pub licity bill because of the near ap proach of tho elections when you want Dalzell denounced the filibuster as not only but unjustifi able and He declared no limitation had been put upon de bate and asserted that business Is fur ther advanced now than at tho same period in tho last As If to divest the Democrats of every vestige of power left to Dalzell subsequently reported an other which the Republicans put j through by sheer force of The rule provided that hereafter a general appropriation bill that has j been considered and amended In com1 mlttee of the whole house shall be put j on its passage under suspension of and that a and not a twothirds shall carry the bill The object of tho rule is to prevent Democrats securing roll calls on motions for separate voles on Cannon Resolutions By unanimous vote the house com mittee on the judiciary agreed to re port favorably the paper trust reso lutions introduced April 2 by Speaker One of those resolutions di rects the attorney general to inform the house what steps have been taken to investigate and prosecute the Inter national Paper company of New York and other corporations or combina tions engaged in the manufacture of wood pulp or print The other resolution directs the secretary of com merce and labor to inform the houso what steps have been taken by the bureau of corporations toward investi gating the alleged paper The resolutions subsequently were called up in tho house and Local Option Kills April dispatch from says local option in De catur will prevent the Great Western circuit harness meeting scheduled for that city on July George Kel president of the Decatur Racing tsaid it would be useless to attempt to hold the race meeting in a local option city and that De after a membership extending over many will withdraw from Ihe Great Western AT KAMERERS Bessemer 238 Main Baktr Kills Bride at New April warn ing and apparent motive Albert Ho a suddenly drew a re volver at the dinner Bred two phots at bU young bride and then Killed himself by sending a bullet through his brain at their home on Lexington Hesler Is not expected to She told the po Ice that her husband had been jeal ous but could not say why he had at tempted to take her LACKED AjjMGLE VOTE AntlRacetrack Gambling Bills De feated in New York April vote of Senator Owen Cassidy of caused a tie vote of 25 to 2fi anil for the time at the two AsnewHart bills embodying the rcconiinmidatlon of Governor HtiKhes that lejjal protection be abol ished which since 1SUG has protected public gambling lit where as It is lulony elsewhere In the Lieutenant Governor by canting his vote to break the tie upon a parliamentary which but for bjin would have resulted In killing the bills for Hie rest of saved thorn for another vote at the discre tion of I heir Senator Ag M any time when the order of biisiupsii him to up the The Importance of this bit of subsidiary proctduro may prove to be very and If by any means the frleiuls of the bill can gain a vote from the1 opposition anil at the same time hold tin they might yet puss the iovoriwr Huglios made no secret of his over the HP won1 noi intimate what measures li wnnlil mlopl In bo but thai lie rmsanls the matter as far from siltliil he made clear by the following statement in impossible to believe that the people will permit the plain man date of lie constitution to be The content has not It has only It will continue until the will of the people lias been STONEBlDROr Miss Ella Driscoll spent Sundiay with frienils in Oil Roy Gene Emery and George of were guests at the Hotel Sun Miss of is visit ing her Frank this Charles of visited her and John Miss Eva Straw is visiting friends in New this Miss Pearl of Oil spent Sunday with Miss and Ed Howser were New Castle j Miss Sylvia Yeager entertained a number of Saturday even Roscoe of was a caller in Woods Cannon called on his of South last Ixgan Davonny was a caller in Miss Clara Rodemoryer and Howser were Franklin Jack of spent Sunday with friends in Aaron Abrams is visiting in West where he expects to go to work Miss Mayme who is work Ing at spent Sunday with her of is visiting her this Miss Helen Slater was a New Cas tle and Frank Long flatted the latters LUCK COMES ALL AT ONCE Errand Boy at a Week Inherits Large April ago of this who recently secured employment as an er rand boy at a with whichhe helped support his widowed mother and younger has received a communication advising him that he and his sister age are heirs lo the estate of by the terms of the will of their grand Edgar whose death at the age of 89 occurred three weeks Tho letter was from a Ludlngton law firm and stated that about of the estate Is in cash and the bulk of the remainder is Improved farming Young Dunham has left for Ludington to assume his In the msl Dunhnm received a check for from a Boston firm to which he had sent an ancient coin given him by a stranger some time Plays at Learning a April Prince Fred erick following the require ment of the house of Hohenzollern that each shall be skilled in some is becoming an adept in He surprised his suite by ordering that a lathe be set up in one of his bedrooms and he spent tho morning turning out chair He worked at the machine in his shirt sleeves and when tho electricity failed summoned to help him turn the The was also in his shirtsleeves and the two men alternated In driving the Em peror William Is a his father was a bookbinder and his grand father was a Asqulth Becomes April vacancy In the office of prime minister of Great Britain caused by the resignation last Sunday of Sir Henry CampbellBan nerman on account of was filled at during the audience there between King Edward and Herbert who had been summoned from Asqulth first tendered to his majesty his resig nation as chancellor of the exchequer and immediately thereafter he kissed the band of thu king on his appoint ment to the post of prime minister and first lord of the Hlnton Oawt a April senate committee on public buildings and among approved a bill for a building at PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Invites Attention to Their t Ladies v Skirts and Spring Coats Our line Js complete from the most Houses in America Our Waist Display will interest you in foreign and domestic styles in white lace and LINGERIE SILK DRESj and DEMI COSTUMES 7O8 State April B B spring catalog out Most complete spring catalog we ever Correctly illustrates and describes our com prehensive New Spring and Sum mer Dry Wom ens and Childrens Under Gar Dress House Fur nishings n d other things tor personal and home You should have a copy in most concise form of our small profit prices and how you can save money by taking advantage of Geta BOGGS NORTH NO TIGHTS Actress Who Refused to Don Tights Gets Big Damages For Dismissal TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF April Mi chael age commit ted suioldo at this by cutting her April Pen rose Is Improving so rapidly that it is expected that he will he able to go outdoors before another week has April Span nge a em ployed by the Pennsylvania Railroad died ol heart failure after worrying over his April Miller WES shot and killed by a bur Klar whom he discovered robbing a residence The together with two April Alice PJckotis committed suicide at Ravenswood by jumping Into the Ohio Her mind was affected by a re cent attack of April de stroyed the residence of Frank Gable at The cries of a nine babe awakened the family and the escape was made just as one of the walls fell Oil April sons of Jennings of have asked the police here to assist in the search for their a leading mer chant of thai who disappeared March 31 with over Oil April rein glass plant at has been destroyed by loss par tially Two hundred hands are thrown out of The plant was running double turns and will be promptly April this by a vote of 77 to has surrendered its Incorporation This was done to make Saline town In which it Is support the high which the township has been using without April of the wardens of the state fisheries de partment paired Harry liv ing in York spearing flsh or gigging In a creek near this The man haci six mullets and had o pay a fine of a April skeleton of a murdered man was found in an old mill at Watts burled under the The man was uSlav employed by the Erie Railroad Con struction company and was killed by companions about a year April Italian la borerresldfng In the southern part of this county decided to return to Italy because he was growing A physi cian found his ear stopped with He will remain in the United as the doctors treatment of soap and water was April Black sou of Vice President Hea of the Pennsylvania Railroad died at his home at a after a brief Rea was born In Plttsbnrg July and was graduated from the engineering de partment of Princeton in April chief conspirator in the claim for the fortune of the late Craw the Scranton millionaire coal op pluailed guilty in court to for gery of tho socalled Schooley will whereby IIP became the almost sole beneficiary under Crawfords April ments are being made here for the mobilization of the entire national guard at Philadelphia found ers The militiamen will begin to move on They will be transported and maintained at the expense of the city of April Byron sixteen years of Central was smothered in a coal The lad wus employed as a slate pick Men on the tipple dumped coal into the not aware the boy was In The accident was not discovered until several hours when a coke oven charger saw the feet sticking April re mains of Timothy founder of Allegheny and his disin terred at Sharps were laid to rest in the college lot In Greendale All business was suspended in the city thirty minutes as a tribute to the anil a short memorial service waa held In Ford Memorial April charging the grand Jury here Judge Keller of the United States court di rected that the jury investigate oases of Secret men from the department of justice have been working up evidence in Southern West Virginia for and it expected that iudlctments will be re Lumber companies are said to be the chief WOULDNT WAR TIGHTS Actress Was Discharged and Now Re covers Now April verdict of was awarded by a jury in the supreme court to an nctresa who was discharged by a theatrical manager because sho refused to appear on the stage In The plaintiff was Henrietta Lee who is known on the stage as Henrietta and the defendants Hurtle proprietors of a riarlem burlosque Miss Lee and her Charles were engaged by Hurtlg Seamon for a season In a musical comedy un der a contract which provided that they were to receive At the end of three months the manager di rected Miss Lee to make certain changes in her would necessitate her appearance on the stage in When she refused to make tho changes directed she and her husband were They brought suit for a breach of contract and a jury after fifteen minutes delib eration awarded them damages to the full amount sued minus rthe amount they earned after their dis Jack London Still San April Lon don and London have resumed their worlds cruise on tho yacht When tho steamer Mariposa left on March 25 the Snarl followed her out of the harbor and snt out for the Island of Morea In the Puomotii Instructed for April The 2fi delegates from Wisconsin to tin Republican national convention will go nstructed lo work for the nomination of Senator Robert In spilp of the efforts of liis enemies to dofeut he won out In all parts of the Accommodations Must Be April President Roosevelt has made public his letter of April 2 to the attorney general dt proceedings by Injunction to ompel certain railroads of the south o furnish equal accommodations to white and negro September Says April Duke of the Abrnzzi has arrived here from It is reported that hia mar riage with Miss Biking will takf place In April Coroner Southwick of Erie county has decided that Edward the Cleve land traveling man found dead In the apartments of Katheryn Hughes at Sandusky was The coroner finds that Hughes snot Olendenulng and then took her own The decision is because It is said to give Glen denning a claim to her husbands life insurance of English Tribute to April William Henry former president of the Insti tution of Civil in a paper read before the Royal Society of Arts on Technical Education in said the American boy possesses the energy and smartness of a new race the Europtan boy mentally is two years behind This would account for the differences In curricula and papers set for Minnesota Statesman Explains Ba of His Candidacy lor Pres idential Nomination QUESTION FOR PARTY TO DECIDE Admires William Jennings Bryan As a Man and Refuses to Make Any Criticism of Not Make Contest for April John Johnson of who IE on his way to tho battlefield of where a monument Is to be dedicated to the Minnesota soldiers who were killed lu the passed through the lie discussed the presiden tial question saying I am a candidate for the presidency In the sense that if 1 gain the nomina tion 1 shall accept It and make every effort to be I am not making any personal campaign and do not ex pect to seek Instructed I consider the ambition to be president one of the most laudable aspirations which any man can Any insinuations or said t Governor that my candidacy is being advanced by James Hill and his Interests Is absolutely 1 have fought him several times and have never received a word of couragement from him or any similar I have the highest regard for Bryan as a said Governor John and I admire his ability and his We are friends so tar as I My position Is just this If the members of the Democratic feel that I would stand more chance ot election than would Bryan or any other I will be glad to make the i If I am considered the most avail able there will be no lack of iS preciatlon on my part of the honor conferred on It all my on the platform and a vigorous As I view the Democratic party has at least an even chance to win this Sensation In Maloney New April development in the relations of Helen Maloney and Arthur Herbert OsDorne may be the barrier which will prevent an annulment of their For mer Justice of the Peace Boyd of Ma maroneck has made public a letter which states that Osborne and Miss Maloney were living as man and wife in The letter was written soon after the wedding and is dated An Im portant question upon which the annul i ment hinged was whether Osborae and Miss Maloney had resided as man and wife after their J Diet In Pursuit of a April Ohnatead is dead having literally starred himself to death in an attempt to fast for forty days In order to demonstrate his theory that the mind controls the body and that mind is mightier than Ohnsteads fast lasted thirty one I i April president of the Hungarian so and five other members have left for where an investi gation of will be If they are 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