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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED SATURDAY J CENTS PER HAY OF PEACE Republicans and Democrats in the House Unite in Advanc ng Necessary Legislation NAVAL PROGRAM DISCUSSED Difference of Opinion Develops Be tween Advocates of Greatly In creased Navy and Those of i Con servative April dovo of peace hovored ovor thu house of repI Instead of Inturmlnnblc tollcallB and clashes of pnrly leaders j eo questions of parliamentary there was uu orderly susslori dovolud almost entirely to the consideration the naval appropriation liolh FOHB of Illinois and IadjjoU o Tennessee of the cum in It lee on made exhaustive Bpeeches Tjlug the action of tlie ii reporting what they ns a conservative naval yrognun ihv ncxt llsrul EXCITING Deputies in Akron Jail and Thirty Prisoners Have Bad Quarter Of An Hour MADMAN FIRES CELL TRiblAlh TN brtitF Kavrot of McKln ley and Knowlnnd of California plead ed for a navy of such sizn us to so capable of upholding at all times tin1 honor of the country at homo and llnrllioldt of Mis souri advocated a halt in naval In crease and the substitution for It of reason In matters of International dis Many other speeches wore made un der the order of general debate on the navul but they were on other The list included Webb of North who favored the regulation of interstate trnlllc In VOTE FOR Martin For Assembly Who has never worn the collar of any Political His first legislative Record Is clear he has always uphold the Rights of the Republican Primaries 2 to 8 Sheriff and Deputies Badly Buruned While Trying to Save April with a madman who had set fire to the pad ded cell In the county Sheriff Stein and two deputies were seriously while the maniac was so bnd ly Injured he will Four prisoners were overcome by Joseph thirty years April Miss Mlllo age about twenty is at the West Pcnn hospital in a serious condition as tho result of poison taken In mistake for Kast O 1 r 0 I v H Ilniit ixi j oi the ni j born nri over by at A vi 1 i i V I y Inid hv soo V wore urr1 tl fortytiliip nl on a gas stove and nitrn d to April A IIIK to was err led for half a square on the fender of a street car after the car had slnirk the DOSTOP Head of West Virginias Royal Family Deprecates Notoriety Regarding Italian Alliance HERES STRAIGHT GOODS T0 BE Senator Elklns Makes Announcement About Alleged New York Republican State Convetv April Ste tlon In phen In view of the reports New April political from Homo that the rumored engage atmosphere on the eve if tho ment of Miss Kalhorlne Klkins to tho j Republican state has been Duko of Abruzzl had been con heayy dlssonHloni i flnnftd thorn and In matters tor Ume hprc wcro Umt had progressed so far that the royal n sot Ire to tho upholstering I of the cell with Hushing to the Stein and the deputies found the maddened tailor dancing in glen amid Hame and They unlocked the door and grabbed tho who fought with lie finallv was I led hand and fool and sent to the city where lie is j close Intoxicating Lamar of who wanted a stricter Sunday observance law for the District of Co lumbia Touvelle of who plead ed for a monument to the men under dying from his Nearly all the Generals Clalr and who clothing was burned from fell In battle against the Indians Ier kins of New who desired free wood pulp Kuslermann of who emphasized the necessity for de cent American legation buildings and Aiken of South Curo April sched ule committee of the Union baseball league has made public the playing schedule of the new Kach club will play 140 games and family has placed orders tor the wed ding sent to the Associated Press a Platen jnt depreculcry of cur rent ns follows If you can will yon kindly cense the puhiicallon of dK patches and ru or at OS8 reported en gagement of my Tlie matter fight would ccctir on the convention floor against tho indorsement of lov iTiior Hughes for the nrcsldcntial uom Reports that the prearranged plan to Indorse Governor Hughes would be upset grew out of opposition In cer tain quarters to those slated to be A meeting of tho TOURS HOT BIASED Gompers Declares They Favor Combinations to Lessen Cost of Production DEEP QUESTIONS CONSIDERED Commissioner Nelll of Bureau of La bor Talks of Problems Connected With His Department Hlghbrowa Meet at j iiii htiitjniiiiiii jji the season will open April 25 and has occupied attention the pros cornmlttec of the Hughes While the sheriff and deputies were April ant Governor Murphy will issue a writ for a special election for senator In near suffocation from smoke that filled the Four sank unconscious to the They finally broke out the who pleaded for a refund of the windows and secured cotton A bill to exempt labor unions and granges from the operation of tho Sherman aniltrust law us interpreted recently by the United States supreme court In the Connecticut halters case struggling with Pessonian twentylive j the Fourteenth district at the time of j have prisoners In the main prison were j the regular election In November to J OPTICAL Striking Examples That May Be Ob served In Daily Doubtless every one has observed j was Introduced hi the house by j while traveling by train that the trees succeed Senator jPrank who died last April a meet Ing of the carpenters union It was de cided not to ask for an Increase in wages on May After considering the present industrial conditions the union decided to recall the new wage scale sent to the contractors for an In so long unij lu snch an excut thai 1 feel called upon make tfcis While making I wish to state that I appreciate the kindly ex pros concerning my daughter In connection with her reported Whenever there shall be any reason to make an an nouncement about tills matter I will be glad to give it to the press In au thentic Wilson of It provides j houses In the distance appear to be that nothing in said act is Intended BpeejinK along in the same direction nor shall any provision Uhoreor heroas whUo tho uoarer objects after be enforced so as to apply I fust Muny loo have ob served that the top of a level wall built on a sleep Incline appears to slope upward in a ccuilniry direction to the hill itself at nearly the same angle to thu apparent and some havo curiously regarded the ghostlike organisations or associations not for profit and without capital stock nor to the members of such organizations or nor to any arrange agreements or combinations among persons engaged In agriculture or horticulture made with a view of j illlti vanishing of dark shad enhancing the price of their own ngri cultural or horticultural A bill was introduced in lie house by Loudenslager of Now chairman of the committee on pen providing for a blanket pension of a mouth for tho widow of any officer or enlisted man of the army I This Is the Time of TearEveryboiiy Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built I More Convenient THE Q1BSON PURHITURE or navy who has died or shall hero 11 after die by reason of wound or In jury Incurred or disease contracted in the line of duty in any Indian war or tho war with Mexico or the provided the place prior to or during such If the mar riage was subsequent lo tliat u pension ol a month IB provided A monthly pension of is pro vided for the widow of any officer or enlisted man who served thirty days or more In any of the Indian or sixty days or more In the war with ows while passing a double row of but the following are not so commonly remarked One might stand for several minutes ivatching the revolutions of the cups April em ployes of Harrisburg Pipe and PineBending were badly burned by an explosion of hot The metal was scattered over the The injured men were taken to the Harrisburg where two are reported as seriously April of the survivors of the ship Arthur which sailed from here for the Pacific a year ro and was never heard turned up here in the person of a who says that he and two others escaped in a the ship was on Twentyfive FIGHT OVER Tafts Friends Say Foraker May Have the April reports from Washington that Taft leaders are trying to reach an agree ment with Senator in charge of Taft headquarters here in the absence of Manager Ar thur said There are some prominent Repub lican friends of Taft and Foraker who at which resolutions wore leaving the selection of dele gatesatlarge to the stale and the arrival of Congressman Sloal Fassett of Chomung from Wash ington with resolutions Indorsing Gov ernor Hughes for president and com mending tho national and stale admin relieved the situation of Its After a meeting of the Republican slate committee to pro pare the conventions temporary roll the best opinion obtainable from the political leaders was the conven tion would be and the program of Indorsing Governor Hughes and naming General Stewart Wood ford and former Major Scth Low of this Frederick Hazzard of Syr acuse and Kdward Butler of Buf falo as deleirntesatlargc with alter nates to tluj Republican national con vention at was likely to be carried out without opposition from have been urging but all any of the the get together stories that are floated around can be traced to Fora ker Why should the Tart lead ers be anxious to make peace with when as far as Ohio is con cerned their victory is won Taft has said to Korakers friends that he Is not fighting Foraker oC au measuring the April burned as a candidate for Ihe velocity of the still be puz zled as to the real way they are turn ing Gaze up at them when there is an uncertain breeze They iwolvc anil you are per haps perplexed as to their As the subsides you would expect to Hud li easier to Teh lin direction by the slower revolution as a matter out the big lumber yards of Sheip cigar box ruined the plant of the Philadelphia Veneer and Lumber company and de stroyed half a dozen houses and threat ened to clean out a whole residence That is all that the senator could Thi of Ihe dlllliMilty is I April THE B1Q Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike 1 Lake Erie White Fish 5 liBALTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE KUNTZE FISH MARKET or ninety days or more in tin Civil war and was honorably dis In this case the widow is re lieved of the necessity of proving death to have resulted from A monthly pension of is provided for widows as described whose marriage antedated by five years the date of her husbands Surely Must Be April In a sin gular the police a man said to be John Morency Coutes was removed from a Euclid avenue board ing house to the police Upon j complaint of the landlady the officers broke Into Coatess room to find they tearing up papers said to bo Among them were deeds to property In England apparently valued at A fifty pound Bank of England note also was torn Into The man could give no coherent ac count of From papers and correspondence in hia room it was learned that he Is an Englishman who has been In this country some With the varying speed your first im pression is that such and such Is the A moment later you reverse that and the longer you gaze the more it seems as If they arc spinning round erratically in every possible di of they can only turn one Standing immediately beneath a high wall of a longer tho wall the better for practical demonstration would aver on looking upward that it was not exactly but Inclined toward them in a threat ening This illusion is the ef fect of perspective and would be seen to bettor advantage if you stood be tween two such walls which each other at short New York result of a quarrel between Italians in a lumber camp at Whalen late Wed nesday night Salvatori Hiondl was shot through the head and instantly Achloll a was wounded In the right arm and Llongl the alleged is In Jail suffering from a wound in the abdo He also tried to shoot the father of the dead April John widow of the late Govern or Pattison of is very ill in a hospital In the fity of a re sult of exhaustion from caring for the governor during his last Paltlson left Cincinnati about Floods In April FIGHTING LAWi SHARKS Government Engages Tooth and Nail With Alleged April torn and discolored parchment that had been scorched by tho lire that swept over San Francisco after the earthquake was placed in evidence in the Hyde BensonDiniondSchneider land fraud The an agreement entered into by Hyde and Benson on road traffic Impeded by land1 gept 2 1S97 One of the slides on the Missouri Pacific and tho j mogt Intereating developments of the Loujs and San Francisco lines near dtty bfilng Joplin and mines inundated in the Badger and Peacock Held are some of the features of a flood that in sweep ing Southwestern Hope to Instruct for New April Progres sive Democratic composed of men who favor William Bryan for the Democratic presidential nomina met at the Astor house took steps to further Bryans at the Democratic state convention next A committee was ap pointed to appear before the commit tee on resolutions of the Democratic state to ask that the reso lutions instruct the delegates to vote for Bryan at the national convention as the choice of the Democrats of to controvert evidence tending lo show lhat a secret understanding ex isted between Hyde and Benson as to their operations In public The attorney general sent Instrucj Rock Falls Before April rock fell front of a Canadian Pacific railway iisaeuger train near derailing the train and causing the partial de struction of four Engineer Love was killed find Fireman Saun ders Almost Deserved His Richaul banged ai A on October talued a promise Inmi an under to place him in i changing his After half an hour he still showed sinnv of and on examination it was found he had wrapped cords about his connected with hooks al tin which prevented the rope fruni April It is prob that the miners who are idle ln ohio w111 twomonths accompanied by her New York for Going to they i Journeyed Into Mexico and hero j Pattlson became so 111 thai she had lo j EOlo a j about April 15 or following the April conference of the mlner8 and opera tors ut Toledo next declared William state president of the miners It Is probable that the wage scale in effect up to April 1 will be he April Dau of his fellowworkmen John while at work in the and Myers was at work on a running board about twelve feet above tho engaged in oiling the His shirt bocame entangled in the machln ery and he was drawn into the revolvj phin county court has refused to or der reprinted the primary election and tho man hanged Suburbs In Class by It Is observes the Philoso pher of that God made the country and man made the Neither God nor man appears to wish to assume responsibility for the sub ing The coroner found that the neck was tis was nearly every bone In the mans April B B fashionable suits When styles are orig ballots of the Democatlc and Prohi bition parties because there was no space left in which could be written the names of The county commissioners in making up the bal lot decided lo print spaces for nominations for which no candidates filed 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 to BOQG Mutually wife Is and Im going over there this evening to cheer him dont you bring him here not feeling very well and need established by tho master the most difficult task is yet to be exe cution of the style idea building the Now showing Spring Suits are hourly demon strating the advantages we enjoy Fashion Ideas to meet critical womens uptt mtle my8elf Womens to Misses to Suits for Women and given unusual attention and out ranking all previous assort ments at the every detail Womens Suits assort mentsof exceptional worth tions to the district at San April sociological and political problems o the time were discussed at length here ut tho annual session of the American Academy of Political Social Science by men prominent IB various walks of The projseut business situation and antitrust legislation was the tople for discussion at the afternoon meet The speakers were Samuel Gom president of the American Fed eration of Labor Charles commissioner of labor William vice president of the Na tional Association of Wholesale Drug gists Isador Straus and George Uuval of Now York and Theodore Marburg of All tho speak ers were optimistic as to financial and business Gompers said that if fifty busi ness men were to go before a Just Judge and give their opinions as the cause of the recent financial and industrial disturbance he was of the opinion that they could not hut he desired lo make It plain what ever the the working people were not to The fact that such conditions he should he taken as a lamentable com mentary on the methods of the princes of finance and captains of The Gompers were not in favor of a species of govern mental action that denies the right to a business man to conduct moderm business within the Gompers said of organized labor that It had raised the standard of life speaking for the body of work Ingmen he he declared that ho neither advocated nor denounced though he realized that fear of strikes produced good Commissioner Neill said that the Sherman law was trying to restore ab solute free and unrestrained competi but the government could never bring back such a While we are lod to believe the consumer Is the he was just as selfish as the trust magnate or the labor When It comes dowfi to the effects of competition the speaker pointed out was th Francisco to oppose the granting of an Injunction to prevent the records of the California land office being brought to Surveyor Gen eral Klngabury was stopped at on Wednesday while on his way to this city with the An effort was made by the attor neys for John Benson to have the court of appeals advance the hearings on the appeal from tho habeas corpus proceedings on behalf of Tho assistant United Stales district atlor ney opposed advancing Ihe hearing and the coui t reserved Boxer Chief April death of General Tung whose con duct as supreme commander of the Chinese military forces during the Boxer uprising led lo his banishment in has been made tho subject of an official report to the slate depart ment from the American legation at He died March 10 at General Tung since his banishment to Kansa had been a constant source ol worry to the Chinese who have been bombarded with reports that he was to return to tho capital with a second Boxer mate product of competition and the reduction of wages was also the re sult of The association or he was the only intelligent means of preventing de struction by April Samuel eighty years died at his home In this In his office ad joining a clock stopped recently with the hands pointing to 25 minutes after 7 Rousa died exactly at this when the clock suddenly began ticking and has been running ever April Brown of the Northslde Is at the with a fractured right He was found lying on the in the morning by a Brown told the authorities that while ill he thought some person was chasing him about the house and had jumped from a thirdstory Von Buelow Goes to April Von Bne the German imperial accompanied by Princess Von left last night for Leech Takes the April public printer of the who was nominated by President Roose velt as public printer to succeed has resigned his Philippine office and wired his acceptance of the Washlneton Where the finest or puddings are required is fj ra Might and Tom tho once describ ed thu meeting of n man and a and In doing so he The man ran off with all his might and the lion with all bin Powder Manner is A man always looks better when bo carries himself well thau when a couple of are trying to carry A Over seen congress In session replied Farmer but I know about bow It I bev a hired man who kin git as busy doln nutl M anything you ever re Not only for rich or fine food or for special times or Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of 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