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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE ESTABLISHED APRIL Are Asked for in Special Message to Congress by President Roosevelt MtEDED TO PRESERVE PEACE Jhlef Executive Declares Price Policy Would Be Disastrous to This Chinas State of Helplessness as April message the president In of his plan tor an appropriation for four new 1ml concerning which there has been BO much was re ceived by both houses ot There was considerable delay in the reading of the message in both the senate and the in the senate because Senator Foraker was engaged bi making his Brownsville speech the document was received and tn the house because that body was ia committee of tho whole on the naval appropriation That the message was designed to Influence the house to increase the number of battleships provided for in the naval bill from two to tour was generally understood mid the dispatch of the message was Intended to be so timed as to reach the house just be fore tho taking up of that Find Typographical The debate on the naval appropria tion bill was on the message ar rived and It quickly became noised about that tho anticipated document had reached the All sorts of qjiastions were asked of the floorlead BALLOT BOXES OPENED Township With Twenty Repub lican Voters Rolls Up 700 for Candidate at Last Primary This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient ers as to when the reading of the messoga would but a typograph ical error In the print of the message was seized upon by those opposed to the four battleship plan to delay the reading in the hope that the provi sion relating to tho battleships would be first reached and thereby discount any effect the message might have In bringing members over to the presi dents It looked at one time as If It would be necessary to return tlu message to the president so ho might rnalio the necessary and when this was avoided further do lay was caused by the necessity of change which would transform tho committee of the whole into the house proper and then return to the commit tees method of Conse quently the bill was laid before i the house until just before tho closo of the days It was enthusias tlcally received by the advocates of a i larger Opponents in i The antiH later gave vent to their j feelings by applauding a petition from a number of citizens oE New York city which was read at the Instance of Tawney protesting against the extrav agance of spending more than for four These demonstration j afforded a fail opportunity to Judge the temper of the house as a whole on the proposi tion It was evident that the oppo nents of four battleships were In the although the final vote will be The message follows Let me again urge upon the con gress the need of providing tor four battleships of the best and most ad vanced type at this Prior to the recent Hague conference it hart been my hope that an agreement could be reached between the different na tions to limit the increase of naval armaments and especially to limit the size Under these circum stances 1 felt that the construction of one battleship a year would keep ovu navy up to its then positive and rein But actual experience showed not merely that It was impossible to oh tain such an agreement for the limit ation of armaments among the yaii ous feadlng but that there was no likelihood whatever of obtain inc it in the future within anyreason able ttae with this discovery occurred a radical change In the building of battleships among the great military natlonsa change in accordance with which the most mod ern battleships have been or are to inK constructed of a size and anna ment which doubles or more probably trebles their effectiveness Every other great naval nation has or buildlns a number of ships VOTES MADE TO ORDER Children Should Salute April children should be taught to salute according to Edward Roby ot his She made public announcc Uent ot her Idea n luncheon of the Chicago Colony of New England Roby urged that every ichool child bo instructed to raise his right hand to hat brim In recognition of lliegnnrdlan of the Took Then Apr The ton ft niWii Heavy Frauds Apparent in Eleventh Congressional April The close nght for the Republican nomi nation fur congress between oxCon gressman Palmer anil Colonel Asher Minor in the lOlovouth congres sional district took an unexpected turn when It was learned that throe strong Democratic districts iu Pillston town which usually poll a total Re publican vote of hiive given Minor 700 votes and Palmer 15 The sheriff of Luzerni county with his deputies was sent out for the bal lot boxes and they found two of them in an ofllce of a juslio of I he broken open and the ballots strewn over the Squire Keating stated that his office was entered during tho night and the clasps of the boxes were i torn Bank President Kills 1 April Charles i formerly president ot the Com mercial shot anl killed fessin Hip c einl CENTS PER COPT ACCIDENT AT EVANS CITY Bad Smash on the ButlerPitts burg Trolley LineFreight Car Ran Away HAVE THRILLING RIDE Ltnla Stnait for ihif vlciiil of tinil OraO I r Workmen on Runaway Car Are Tossed Helter April a wreck on the new tiiiUor and New Castle street railway at Evans City sixteen men were severely three perhaps All were brought to IHitler Those dangerously hurl are Daniel Tor Frank Dost and Fred all of Thirteen were badly bruised and i borne had bones Andy free i land and John IMttsburg Nick Joe Leon James John Anton j Charles Frank Hqim j Nick Ledon John i Twentyone men weve riding on a car loaded with On a steep grade Compels Angry Delr nate to Toledo Conference to Retract Hal v Charges Ugiy b BOTH SIDES FAVOR HARMONY Kelly failed to reply and Lewis shouted We will not go on until I learn what you intend to Will you re tract Kelly arose and said I will retract the I would not do It for any other man In the world but Tom but I do It for and I ask that the remarks mude by me be stricken from the records of this cora Rumpus Ends Phil representing the Indi ana then demanded that tho statement made by Lewis demanding retraction also be stricken from the saying that tho operators dU not care to deny any collusion unless the accusation stood and he wanted the retraction made without The matter ended by all three state Including the remarks made by i being stricken from the From the outset it was evident that QIBSON FURNITURE Oils kind wii have provided lor but two the balance ol power is inclining against Under those conditions to provide for but one or two battleships a year is to provide that this Instead of advancing shall go backward In naval rank ami relative power among the great na tions Such a course would be unwise for us if wo fronted merely upon one and It is doubly unwise when we front on two Measure of Not As chief executive of the nation and as commanderlnchief of the there Is imposed upon me the solemn responsibility of advising tho congress of the measures vitally necessary to secure the peace and welfare of the republic in the event of international which are even remotely Having in view this solemn I earnestly advise that the congress now provide four battle ships of the most advanced I cannot too emphatically say that this is measure of peace and not of fan conceive of no circumstances I tinder which this republic would enter into an agresslve war most under no circumstances would it en ter into an aggressive extend its territory or in any other mannur seek material I advocate that the United States build a navy commensurate with its powers and Its 1 teel that such a navy will be lhe surest guaranty and safeguard of Yet It is idle to and trom the standpoint of national interest and It is mischievous folly for any statesman to assume this world has yet reached tbo cbine within mensurable ot the when a proud jeal ous of Us honor and conscious ot great mission In the can be content to rely for peace upon the for bearance ot other Recent Examples It would be equally foolish to rely upon each ot them possessing at a timpK and under all circumstances and pEvocatfonTan altruistic regard for at OoehrlngB Corners wo ni ntiinrK Those who hold I of Evans the coupling II11B VIC has gone on before eyes in the world at They are blind to what has happened in In in the Spanish in Central j and South Africa during the last China has cultivated the very spirit which our own peace atanyprice men wish this country to For centuries China has re fused to provide military forces and has treated the career of soldier as inferior In honor and regard to ca Be First Days Session of Meeting tween Miners and Operators Marked by Exciting Incident in Which Pres dent Lewis Takes Creditable the orV the of hni 10 resolutely proceeded on the theorv of doing away with what is called down gained great speed were Then the brakes broke and the car gained frightful At Welgles Evans ten men were hurled from the catas rounded a many being thrown thirty At Millers flour on a sharp the car left tho track and crashed into the Eleven workmen were hurled in all direc many being burled under Matz and Daniel Terliz were thrown flfty feet onto a porch of the Miller Many homes about the scene were turned into temporary hospitals and April lhe joint conference of the minors and opera tors Herje of repre senting tho was made chair ami and operators conceded points for the sake of The committee on credentials re ported that there were 83 operators present Ohio and 128 miners 35 operators from Pennsylvania and 105 i ID operators present from the bituminous district of Indiana and 31 and 2 operators and 3 miners present from the block coal district ot of was selected t ice in his hunt for the of which he was bunkoed South lled turne no Whether the result has been happy Dr8 M A Dunber and Wilson gave iscuss IltJt In Internal affairs I need not discuss all the advanced reformers and far sighted patriots in the Chinese empire are present seeking 1 may with our hearty good will for a radi cal and farreaching reform In inter nal In external affairs the pol icy has resulted in various other na tions now holding largo portions of Chinese while there is a very acute tear mr China lest the em injured attention until they could brougilt to Butler on a tlat It MCC8 to haul the two ns tne is not finished Into TRISTATENEWS IN BRIEF and its well wishers are able to help it only in a small because no nation can help any other unless that other can help Case of Great When a nation is so happily situated as is when it has no April Miugo was otf the limp by April Inde pendent Voting cluli was organized by union worklugnifn with about 300 April dwel the Mount Olive Baptist church scale committee to agree upon the scale of prices under which miners j may go to work at pending permanent There are pres ent thirteen members of the miners union from Illinois but no The Illinois men demanded represent ation on the scale The op erators fought the and the contest waged for Finally an agreement was reached by which the Illinois miners will have a voice in the deliberations of the committee but no The exciting feature was the accu sation made by Delegate Kelly of the Illinois miners against the saying that the oporntors of saying that the April Toledo and Ohio Central railroad In the su preme court secured a reversal of the 000 judgment secured against it in Wyandot county for alleged discrimi nation In not furnishing cars to John a hay and grain dealer at state revenue commissioners have changed the form of bond for surety compa nies acting as surety for banking insti tutions having state deposits so that judgment cannot bo entered without sixty days Reductions of half a million were reported in state debt in the last as is that wen UngSi te oun reason to fear or to bo feared by its j a rami3 the property of leet is all the M b reas land neighbors the fleet is all iTsfleetlVom he necessity of facing one of the of submission to the cuurcni were destroyed by Posey west of Freuion has The pupils barely bad time to For Stomach Troubles estibdou will enjoy your if you get a box ol uncomfortable and dlstrLSb L rs for a weak wonder workers for a weak PUta Fresh Fish PARiOOAKlOUSE Store of Exclusive r Yellow Perch Blue Pike j i Lake Eric White Fish 5 BUTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE KUNTZE FISH MARKET WestOi Arlington Hotel Are Wonderfully Effective of the huunnnaivjn iiiu conquest by a foreign power or of itj ieavo the building when the roof gelt becoming a great military w the allesed robber Condition and that is on condition ot who broke jail here a few nights ago a firstclass navy and the haB heen captured in the taken toward this end at stop to be iwiivM this time is to provide for the building I earnestly wish that the congress would pass the measures for which I have asked for strengthening and ren dering more efficient the army as well as of the navy all of these measures as affecting every branch and detail of both services are sorely and it would be the part of farsighted wis don to enact them all into but the most vital and Immediate need Is that of the four April B B serviceable bedding moderate prices committee delegates from Illinois should have as much to say as the delegates from any other state and the fact that the I1Hj nois operators were absent was not j the fault of the It was at this Juncture that Kelly pointed his linger toward the operators seated ou out side of the hall and shouted President Lewis I tell you that I believe the oper ators of the other three states are In collusion with those from Tom of the rame was on his feet In a moment and facing Kelly he said I hardly think that the delegate from Illinois realizes what he is say If that delegation was big enough to come here and brave enough tn leave Illinois to come to this confer ence in the fate ot troubles existing between the miners and operators in Illinois I believe that this delegate IH i man enough 10 retract what he just of Clay April burg elected the entire He ticket wilh lhe exception of one councilman and voted against license by a majority of April i burg is announced as lhe site for the next division encampment of the na tional The site will be on the i scene of the third days i April Burned to i death by a live wire while suspended i In midair wan the fate of Allen I a lineman for the National 1 Telephone i April ouster ac lion against lhe Standard Oil company ot Ohio and subsidiary companies by State Attorney General Kills has been get forbearing for May April Annie age com Items Worth noting at tnW I mltted by swallowing carbollp Her father had objected to her that the managers would follow the lead of the Lake Carriers association and declare for the open April Annie Hall of daughter of the Arctic lost the case which she argued before the supreme court as her own attorney last The case grew out of a controversy OTOT a contract by which Attorney Paxtom represented her as counsel in the ad i ministration of her fathers April news was in store for Charles Meredith of To a clown connected with Cole when he arrived at the Union station He was met Mfctrney Keating of New who lolormed him that he had fallen heir U a fortune of more than through the death of his ard in Coal for summer Try a load lot Filer Miller a3tf Absolutely Pure Theres a a house continues to in rease its business each successive seasonand we ntend to continue the Our Coats s and broader in sope than any we have ever offered to the ladies of An Early inspection is Requested 7O8 State renovating Bleached Muslin Sheets made from one of best sheetings soft ready o by GOc j 65c j by 70c j 2Vi by 2 42 by36iuch or 45 by 36inch 15e and Bolstei 36 by 72 or 42 by 72 30c 42 by Elevenquarter Cotton Blan sathfactory warm weather Handsome look like rinc California Wool Blan same style with Pink or Blue a White Crochet Bed Spreads full double bed BOGG8 NORTH receiving the attentions of a youu April to have been caught stealing John nineteen years was shot dead by Night Watchman The watchman was ex Mount April bert held in the county jail here as an accomplice in the murder of Shad a March 17 1904 at this has escaped from the county Glenn is the last of a trio to be tried on the charge of complicity in the Jerry Williams and William siauck both got sentences In the peni Glenn was to have been tried In April a deci sion handed down by the supreme court the Union Central Life Insur ance company of of which the late Governor Pattison was the will be obliged to pay 000 omitted taxes and The amount of the tax claimed In Hamilton county Is In artdltlon to penalties amounting to will be divided between the au4ltor treas urer ot the From the most healthful of comes the chief ingredient of kVAl BAKING ITAL i POWDER The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
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