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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED APRIL 2 CENTS PER Gray Invades April boom of Vnlted States George Gray of Delaware for Democratic prosl Aontlal nomination was launched In Pennsylvania last night by ho orRiinl of Iho George Grny IPSIRIIO at n Meeting held In this John Pnd walader presided at the meeting nnd an executive committee was with Vance former Mayor of as chnlrmsn Othora on the committee are Edward Rrrnnion Simon Snnbury lumens Joseph Norrlstown Resolutions were adopted pledging the srapporl of the members to use every honorable means to secure the noinl of Judge Gray at tho Denver HARRASSED Prince de Sagan Disgusted With the News Gathers of New York is Going Away PASS THE GISSON SONS Copyright 1908 by Hart Schaffher Marx Use Your Judgment When buying cloth ing this Spring wouldnt it be good policy to buy from a store where you know youare getting the new correct styles and such clothes as those made by Hart Schaffner We Will Be Glad to Show We Expect TAILOR you want a suit made to order let our tailors do Choose one of the new Elephant or Smoke London Brown or one of the Conservative Greys and we will make you suit with the graceful lines and dash that characterize Gib sons GIBSONS April 20 we move to J72174 Main TRISTATE NLVVS April Mayor Gulhrlcs colored Is age April KKOsbnrne j age fell dead at while ministering to the wants of his sick j April agp was given a year in the peniten tiary for abstracting six pullets from a neighbors I April Mary Anj age hanged herself j with her apron to a bedpost Sho j and her husband recently separated at j April Hob a residing in Day j was run over and killed by an automobile by Austin chauffeur for Fred Alliance April who three weeks ago made an attempt to take his own life after murdering his TIHIo is starving himself lo i death in the city April Calmly walking to Hie edge of lie Broad street Aimer liosworth of Hai leaped Into the Scloto j river and was On the bridge he left a loving epistle to Hiss Maltle Carney of i April letter signed who said she would be in Chi cago April S and there strong with j was left it is by a west end whose mysterious disappearance j reported to Ihe police by April a moichunl of this shot his wife to death and put a into j his He may Ho had cently been refused a license for a new hotel he was building and worry over this Is supposed to have prompt ed tho April tore an Italian fruit was shot to death in his store by his youngest Charles age who claims One year ago Demars cousin was shot to death while walking home at night with the two April a trial in which the members of an afternoon euchre club were called to testify In tho probate Oliver wife of a wellknown pop manufactur was fined and The charge against Klee was that she slandered April than see his wife go to Marcclcs husband of the woman who fought a duel with Nina is prepared to go there Brewer was sentenced to serve thirty days for stabbing the Jackson woman in the Judge Calvin reserved his April de structive storm visited the farms of Clarence Bargorstock and Daniel situated on hills two miles from On the Dargerslock farm a wagonshed was lifted from its founda tion and set down eight feet On Drubs farm n half acre of pine limber was April Wat a business man of this died In a Wheeling hospital ns the result of a gunshot wound Inflicted by Officer Luman of The shot was fired it is when Watson at tempted to escapo from the who had placed him under arrest for minor April a result of belief that operators and minors will arrange a scale for Ihe competitive field at Toledo conference next the Eastern Ohio opera tors are getting ready to start their mines They can do so by agreeing to pay any scale that Is agreed on at the PRINCE HELIE VEXED Goulds Suitor Harrassed by Pack of New April 1rlnce dc who has his own consent to marry Anna iotild and Is still waiting apparently for was In clined to In peevish when a reporter saw him In his apartments at the This in the statement I will over make to an American said llio I will never talk to ono of you I have only this to There has been absolutely no change In any friendship or other relation that may exist between Gould and Iliiorls lliat are put out by persons in touch with mem bers of tintknild family are without her authority and have no bcnring at all the of my visit to On Saturday of next con tinued Ihe I will leave New v I I have been followed and harassed and tortured hy reporters ever since I crossed the lu Paris when ono ligtires in a matter of public Interest one Is seen by Ihe reporters only Ilui lire yon gentlemen of Ihe press lulux your He cause ol1 your unwelcome I have been housed up hero like pris 1 have had no chance to Hie sights of Ihe I have not even been to the That is I have nothing moO to I am leaving New York soon and that prospect makes me almost Prince Hello dined In public with Gould last night for the first time since his arrival in They were tho guests of and Tyler Morse in the restaurant of the Neither the prince nor any others of the dinner party would say anything as to the outcome of his suit for Goulds Martin Grain needs your vote to nominate him for Moore and Others Pay Tubule to i Setuito Knoj NO SUJGESTICil PF A BGCal i Dinner Given by Moors and Postponed of i i Pcnroses Illness With Greet in April divner In 1 honor of svnator Phi lander Knox of Pomii and the Pennsylvania delegation in eon i grcss was given at iho Raleigh last night by Representative Hampton Moore of The occasion of Ihe dinner was the election of Moore by the Pennsylvania congress men as their representative on the Republican national congressional com R A TEWAR Lines Leading to Cleveland Will Soon be Paying for Passengers Lively LOOKS LIKE COMPETITION BILL GOES THROUGH Rate War on Between Railroads Cen tering at April transpor tation lines centering at Cleveland have begun a rate war more serious In character than has been known for It is said that since the announce ment by the Lake Shore regarding Its low rate weekend excursions a merry war has broken Kven the Nickel Plato has joined in the Both the Nickel Plate and the Lake Shore ran their first excursion from rieveland lo Buffalo and Niagara last Saturday and will continue to do so through April with the same rale and on the same To add zest to the rale war the United States Senate Passes the Employers Liabil ty Bill Without Change Upward of 2IK guests were Detroit and Cleveland lino of stnam ships not only mot tho Shores rate to Del but put in a rate of for the round trip to A ru mor is current that tho Lake Shore to meet Senator Knox nnd in eluded a number of distinguished men from both political They were Vice President Speak HOUSE MEASURE IS ACCEPTED Harrlman Letter Produced and Read by Senator Gore of Oklahoma Dur ing Discussion on the Day in Lower April uniploy Irs liability relating to the lia woro Vice President Speak mor is current mat tno iaKe hnoro carriers by er Unrlon of e ectr c I no X Cockran of New Walson Lowdcu of Units dell of the rivers and harbors con Representative Sims of Ten nessee and President Frank La aune of the National Hoard of The Five Oclock club of Philadelphia and the Gridiron club of Washington were woll in a felicitous In troduced Senator Knox and dwelt rate to Toledo and Detroit to moot unio uocKran oi iuw and Lindis of McKlnley and the Lake Shores The has opened a fight against tho Lake iroauceu Morrls Richmond and six who some length on the vast wealth and were arrested some weeks ago charged resources of Ihe state of j with conducting the Kentucky lottery NO BLANKS HERE Lottery Promoters Draw Fines Rang Ing From to passed by atives on April was passed by the senate without amendment and with out a The senate bill on the same subject was not confined to but cov ered all forms of common and Senator who had reported ruiu fcv f i Cincinnati April aggre from the committal on education and gating 200 were assessed against sought lo substitute it for the T i I 1 mi lir 11 c OH 1 j This is the Time i of Year Everybody 4 I Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE Knox Warmly Senator Knox was greeted with tre mendous He avoided all ref erence to but paid a great tribute to Ihe slate which he in part Vice President Fairbanks with a notable tribute to tho of Among all of Penn sylvanias said the vice there is not in all the brilliant past one that stands above Philander One thing I like about his public career above all things is this From Ihe beginning of my acquaintance with him until now no demagogic utterance has ever passed his Evading no rosponsi he lias met those duties which I the contrary to The men were ar raigned before United Status Judge Cochran in Covlngton and all pleaded Ihe fines being at once an Richmond was fined and lesser amounts were announced the all of whom de clared thai buy were through with Ihe lottery business Besides Richmonds fine of fines of each were assessed against Charles Wells and Laney while Arm strong and Lewis Gatto were fined house but his motion WHS UefeU Numerous amendments wore of fered to the but ill wore voted During the discussion of tumeas ure i hero was reforumro to contributions by railroad men nnd es pecially lo the contributions lo tho Republican campaign fund of A motion by Senator Uolllver to amend tin bill by insorlins the all questions of fact relating lo neg ligence shall be for the jury lo deter WHS defeated after Uolllver said it wns Intended to be u sugges tion to Judges that they were lo loava In the United Senalor Gore of takings letter from his said ha wished to read it us throwing lighl upon the subject under The pa per proved to be a copy oi a letter dated October recently pub which My dear Harri and was signed Theodore Gore Accepts addressing his tion to asked If he thought It was rteht lo Introduce the name ot the president In Ibis I am not said Ba for bringing in Ihe name of the Gore said he was responsible for the reading of the letter to the 1 would ralher be responsi ble for the reading of Hint he than responsible for writing If that were a proper lotler for the presidenl of Ihe United States to write to an undesirable there should no impropriety in my offering it to this If lhat is an improper let I am sorry the president wrote That Is my Three times In the house the Demo crals caught Ihe Republicans napping and forced them lo produce a On one other occasion n vote by tell ers disclosed the absence of a kmt Speaker Cannon peremptorily ap plied the lleed rule and declared a quorum to bo In doing so he had a brief by lively clash with Mr Democrats Help Notwithstanding repeated progress was made in Ihe transaction of public Both the army and the fortifications appropriation bills were sent to conference the senate bill to increase the efficiency of the revenue cutler service with Democratic and the bill to promote the safe Iransportation in interstate commerce of explosives was The Democrats prevented the adoption of the conference report on the Indian appropriation bill and caused It to be sent back to con each and John alias the of fact lo juries and not was fined Costs estimated at were also charged against THE B1Q JTORE fall to the lot of a man in cabinet or In the senate upon the high level of national duly and national Taft Gets One in April Dis national duty nnd national tcnes from EIgutn Tonth While he paid this fribnte to the fa dlstrlcts indicnte that vorite son of the president said he could also pay an equal tribute to that great represent ative from the state of Illinois Uncle Joe Speaker Cannon took issue with th congressional districts indicate that LaFollettc delegates have boon elect ed in the Eighth but Walter a Taft it is be has won in the The other Tenth district delegate Is a La Folletle pessimists concerning the future of the country when he said There Is loday more the socalled paper trust speak more more ability than I ing with great declared there ever was before in the history of the Speaker referring to the great influx of Immigration to the United States and the refusal of some of the Immigrants to de clared uotwithstading such re law and order would The man of any he who would represent to a candidate for political office that he controlled a million votes Against him would be tho calm judgment of the people having a proper voice In the Cannon and the Paper The speaker unbosomed himself re garding the agitation for the removal of the duty on wood He sold that a pile driver could not get the newspaper proprietors to toll the truth about the He pointed out that tons of pulp were produced in the United States as against tons imported referring to tho duty of IB per Inquired how far Its re moval would help the He of his resolutions ask ing for certain information regarding M M Wai1 Paper Cleaner Climax 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Lojk Like rsew Now is the Time PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Invites Attention to Their Ladies Tailored Skirts and Spring Coats Our is complete from the most uprtodate Houses in America Our Waist Display will interest you in foreign and domestic styles in white lace and LINGERIE SILK DRESSES and DEMI COSTUMES that by the rising sun if we dont get the information we have called for we will appoint a committee and get the facts Throughout the evening there was a dtetinct absence of any suggestion of a and the speakers were all careful not to discriminate as between any of the presidential aspirants Noted Socialist Thrown by April the Socialist writer and speak was thrown from his horse while riding In Darlen and received a dislo cated and Hunter have been living at the coun try home of Anson Phelps father of in lor tho past Blake Gets Life April Grover who killed his mother with a hammer for the purpose of robbery March pleaded guilty and was sen tenced to the penitentiary for invade their province as ho said luid become the practice of some judges who undertake 10 iiiBtrucl juries in that Bacon Starts Senator Bacon of Georgia declared that great railway corporations exer cise an independent influence upon the political fortunes of the In New he had been raised on one occasion on the sugges tion of a high official and used to in fluence the His reference was readily recognized by senators as be ing aimed at the president and his lei ter to He said he would not call any names in connection with hat Senator Foraker asked whether the senator would nol call the name of the high official he referred but Bacon said he did not wish to do I think it is only fair to the high said to stale that he contradicted that story and ap lied an ugly word to the man who let that story evidently referring to what has been called the Ananias said the man who raised the campaign fund was a member of that the membership of which s making the most respectable club Vote for Martin Craln for EVERY RHEUMATIC INVITED TODAY April B B caster millinery Showing the best ex amples of Millinery Fashions for Easter in men array the whole gamut of colors and form may be grasped at a single sweep of the Beautiful millinery jems oi artistic millinery we made a special trip to Paris Tomorrow youll see Easter Millinery in such profusion of such beauty and moderate prices to make a trip to the store worth while tor that purpose Hats ready beautiful everything about them ex To Test and Try a 75c Bottle UrlcO at Our of If there are still any sufferers from rheumatism In this county or wher ever this paper that have not yet tried the wonderful rheuma tic remedy we want them to try It now at our We firm ly elleve that there Is not a case of rheumatism in the world that will not yield to the wonderful effects of and we wont to prove It to every doubter beyond all The best way to do this Is to give a large trial bottle of this remedy out right to every suffer and let him teat and try It to his own It you or any of your family suffer from no matter what just cut this notice out of the paper and send it together with your name and also the name of your to the Smith Drug 137 Smith and they will send you by return mall a liberal trial package free of all ex There Is no reservation to this You take the remedy home and use It according to dlrec tlons until thoroughly satisfied of Its We could not afford to do this II wo did not know that after you are freed from this dreaded disease tnat you will recommend It to all your friends who have W know from experience that persona recommendation from one person to another Is the most valuable aovertie and that Is the way we Intend to acquaint the world with UrlcO Dont put writing because this of fer will won and It be too J y h MARLOWE HARD HIT Actress Deeply Affected by Charges of Von April and mental strain brought on by the news that she had been named UBco respondent in a divorce action by Karl Von Herrmann of Hamil against her Karl Stephen Von caused Miss Julia Marlowe to break down com pletely within a half hour of the time when the curtain was to have been rung up in the Lyceum theater In her production of She sent wort to the manager of the theater that she was too 111 to leave her Miss Marlowe refused to make any statement regarding the mention of her name by Von but a Montreal dispatch quoted her as saying last night when informed of the filing of the suit it is the most absurd thing I ever heard It Is The woman must be My relations with Von Herrmann have been simply of a business I cannot understand this unjust use ot my This is Martin Grains second run for Mad e m New York E sell Benjamin Clothes for Men cost no more than other and are accepted as the Standard of Style The price is always Do U today   

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