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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD THURSDAY APRIL 3 CENTS SEft LEGS ST Landing Party of From the Battleship Fleet fVens San Ca SPLENDID SWORD Sft EVANS AmM of HomecqJnfl Gallant 1 Commander Is RemeiWred by Guetts Thomas For the THE STnlKEHESTER Another Riot Imminent Should Trolley People Attempt to Run Cars in That Town ONE CAR IN 24 HOURS Permitted by StoneThrowing Strike San Ap A parade of bluejackets landed tram the Araerlcanbattlcshlp MM fighting men from a cruise of more than marked the official welcome lathe state of Cali Sixtyfour ompanles of sail on In their logs ofthe with flar ing trousers reefq down in canvas and slxjen companies of soldierly hd formed thia most notablebf the navys land The landing equipped an In armed vkh in light marching order and with canteens equaled al army The pro owslon that tie men of the navy formed was We than two miles Tney marched from the water front to the city park over three miles of canopied with decorations which combined the white and klue of the nation and the gold and white ot thi San Diego took a kollday to see the martial the sidewalks paralleling the as phalted roadways were crowded with typical holiday Their enthu was the appearance ot the bluejackets and marines call tag forth longsustained At the city park the sailors passed In review before Rear Admirals Sperry and Emery and Gov ernor Gillette and his Three thousand school children waving flags and banners were massed directly in front of the reviewing stand and their songs and cheers made one of the prettiest features of the days cele This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE b Thomaa Speake For protection Governor Gillette In a brief speech the striken supplemented his words of welcome spoken on the quarterdeck of the flag ship Connecticut and Rear Admiral Thomas made formal response In be half of the saying It Is with extreme pleasure that on behalf of the who most unfortunately is unable to be with us on this and on behalf of my brother officers of the return to as the chief magistrate of this Imperial state of the Golden ttate and one of the brightest gems In the brilliant on tb crown of the our most profound thanks for the cordial and loving wel come that has been given the magnifi cent fleet we have the honor to rep In the midst of these welcoming ceremoules there IB one sincere source of regret to us of the fleet I am that I may to all within the reach of my and that Is the en forced absence of our able and re spected together with the reason Wherever this fleet appears with out its chief It is much like present ing the play of Hamlet with the char acter of Hamlet In opening my remarks on this oc after addressing his excel lency the I added and fellow You little know what joy that one expression fellowcitizens to the hearts ot us all and cape dally after BO long a Journey of nearly and It means a great U means homecoming and the return what the in variably de Gods own Send Sword to Admiral Thomas then graciously ac In Admiral a golden symbolical of the free dom ol the The token will be forwarded by Admiral Thomas to Ad miral Evans at Paso There will go with it a goldmounted and jew eled naval sword presented to Admiral through Admiral by the patriotic fraternities of the including the Grand Army of the Re the Confederate Veterans and Spanish War To Admirals Sperry and Emery gold medals commemorative of their visits were and there was also a medal for Captain who served as chief ot staff to Admiral Evans from Hampton Roads to Hagdalena The medal will be sent to Captain Ingersoll at Last night a ball was tendered to the officers at the Hotel del Centre and A wellknown Manitoba editor writes As an Inside worker I find Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Sympathlxera at April The strike situation here remains about the But one car was run by the traction officials the day and that was stoned by the strike sympa The run under police protection the attitude of When the offlejWi Iwmd that the strik en would if cars were they refused to give any further protection and also to sanc tion the running of the The traction officials then declared they would operate the cars protect ing them and their employes with their own Should such steps he taken by the trolley people it is feared that much disorder will follow and the city is Mayor Johnson re fused to sanction the running of cars on the ground that It would incite to April the confession of George now in the Columbus workhouse for a minor Albert Youtch of this city was arrested and con leaned that he aided in blowing a safe at Nellls Station last Town May Go April the result of an alleged embezzlement o by City Clerk Aim and the vot ing of no licenses last week this city is threatened with The saloon licenses expire April when revenue in licenses will be cut TBI5TATE NEWS IN BRIEF April age 100 the man in la dead Here after n brief April BodnMo was knocked off the Buffalo and Alle gheny Valley fi passenger train and suffered a broken April M a prominent looal banVrr and president of cnl of April nd coke plants ul Indiana shut tljwn or nn Indefinite iliiiiwuij lenrly men out April on of Harry drowned in Springfield lake when tuck hunting with Frank and Bert AkefU The boat but the AkeM brothers swam April ICJThe San dusky Trades and Labor assembly an nounced the selection of Charles a writs candidate for representative from Erie county in too state Mount April ford ten son of Thompson banged himself in his fathers The suicide of a youthful cousin a week ago la thought to have preyed on his Har ris tellerof the Merchants National bank of this hasrbeen arrested VILLAGE WIPED OUT Breaking of Dam Causes Millions of Dollars Damage in Montana Hcrses and Cattle Killed LOVSES VEKY HtAVY Breaking of Dam at Mauser Wipes Out April the town of Craig wiped thousands of head of cattle and other livestock drowned and scores of valiuble ranches greatly the loss1 from the flood caused by the breaking of the seventyfoot ilam at Mauser The Brightnesn He A man who died recently In th north of England and hud been livln a dishonest life under the clonk of it wishing to poso as u good ma to the said him All Is bright before me I said one of those whom he had swindled out of a sum of an1 in nbeat ten mlnnlts theaull be near enoof to see th blase Poor Critterl 1 hear that your husband is critic ally Tiff said he He criticises the and he criticises the and he crit icises hes critically all Poor is said that Alexander the Great when on a campaign ate the ra tions of a common did the poor soldier get nothing Yonkers Tablets Invaluable for the touches ot biliousness natural to sedentary their action being gentle and effec clearing the digestive tract and the 26 Samples Greenville and Coal for summer Try a load of Filer nut Miller ft a3tf JackI am afraid that If I ask yon to be my wife yon will treat my pro posal as n MollyHut all Jokes not For Whooping Give Chamberlains Cough It will keep the cough expec toration easy and render the flta ot coughing less frequent and less se It Is safe and For sale by U Greenville and Fre on a warrant charging defalcation of the funds of the The amountln volved Is said tb be about April state department of health has required the borough of Upland to devise means to pollution of Chester creek and the Delaware This part of the program to keep sewage out of the April a scaf fold on which Edward Burns and Nor man Terry were repairing frown store at 106 Columbus road collapsed the men fell to the street landing on a horses Its The men will April letter from Harrisburg and a postal card from both addressed to James were found 6ii horribly mangled re mains of a man discovered by a track walker near Seward on the Pennsylva nia April a who entered a sa loon and chewed off part of a whisky swallowing was fined and After eating the glass he went Into the where he fired bis The man Is seemingly no worse for his lunch of New April dynamite bomb was found under the residence of Charles en gineer of the Philadelphia company pump station at fourteen miles from Roberts received a letter to the effect that if he did not leave Kingtown he would meet with April state board of pardons refused a rehearing to William the Scotchman con victed of murder of his paramour at The attorneys failed to show any reason for a Whose name is was respit ed a month ago at the request of Am bassador lake is estimated at several million The indications are that the water has receded sufficiently to prevent any great damage at Great Every precaution has boon taken to protect the Boston and Montana which is situated on the river bank at Great and it is now believed that the plant will not North Railroad Agent Stewart at Wolt Creek reports that the railroad track from Wolt Creek to a point twenty eight miles east Is Hooded to a depth of three feet and that for throe miles It Is washed while the rails are twisted and bent by the The wanning out of this stretch of track between Wolf Creek acd Cascade will delay traffic between Helena and ALL Pit AS ARE House Refuses to Grant Four Bat tleships Asked for by the President BUT TWO ARE PROVIDED FOR Representative Burton of Ohio Chief Executive In What SonlnLaw Longworth Says Is His Dabate Lasts Four NEWS CAUSES DEATH Alleged Embezzler Expires Upon Reading of Charge Against April with accusation of embezzling more than from the Franklin institute of this of which ho had been actuary and treasurer for twen tytwo Herbert Heyl was seized with what is said to huve been apoplexy at his home in West Phila delphia and Heyl was at breakfast glancing through u morning he saw an ac count of the alleged Ho arose from the ran Into the hallway and A physician was spend to The physician while giving the cause of death as apoplexy returned the case to the cor oner for a postmortem A warrant for Heyls arrest had been issued ut the instance ot the offi cials of the Kranklin Heyl One sure way to be called old before you really are Is to be come a baseball Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish j PARIS CLOAK BOUSE Store of Exclusive Theres a When a house continues to in crease its business each successive seasonand we BUTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE KUNTZE j FISH MARKET West Ol Arlington Hotel ntend to continue the increase Our Coats and Suits Are worthy ot the critical consideration of every buyer maximum the entire assortmen WUU ontf tWP hftVC CVCr IS better and broader in scope than any we have ever offered to the ladies of Greenville An Early inspection is Requested 7O8 State vi B taffeta ribbons most favored now by tkose who adhere close to Fashions Hair Bow Rib Light Mexican Old Copenhagen beauties width and inches a a yard never bot finer Ribbons than the no matter what the representation may have New Stolon Fasteners for Hair device for fastening Bow to and ribbon Black and White Ribbon tripes and favored kind for neck weai or Hats20c to 85c a yard BOGGS NORTH recently retired from the institute be cause of Clark Removed From AprU rep resenting the bituminous coal operat ors and miners of Ohio and Indiana are still awaiting a re port from the scale which is battling over the interstate agree The committee has decided to refer the differences to n subcommit tee consisting of two operator and two miners from each There Is but little trouble over tho wage scale and main bone of contention has been tho length of time of the The only unhappy incident of the day was the removal of James Clark of Western Pennsylvania from the scale committee for conduct un becoming n The place was filled by Trainer of Maud April William who trained and developed the famous trotting mare Maud and drove her to the record of is dead age Balr purchased Maude in Ohio as a two earold for Her record of o a highwheeled sulky it is never been After the mare made the record she was purchased y William Vanderbilt for aud was later sold to Robert Bonner j or and retired from the Oil City Concerns Increase April arge increases of capital in oil com lanies were filed at the state depart They are United Natural Gas Oil to Oil City Fuel Supply com Oil to 00 and Commercial Natural Gas com Oil to Two April The oard of pardons has refused a par don to former Councilman William Martin of convicted of graft Fred McDonnell of Crawford convicted of also met with April a vote of 199 to S3 the house of represent atives decided against the presidents program for four and ad hered to the recommendation of Its committee on naval for two This result was reached after a debate which lasted for four hours and was received with The entire session was devoted to a consideration of the increase provi sion of the naval appropriation As this increase was provided in the last section of the the measure was practically concluded with dis position of the The com mittee of the whole concluded Its work and will report it to the house today for a final vote on ite The increase was opposed by chairman of the committee on appropriations chairman of the committee on naval affairs minority and many others and was advocated by Mr Hobson of who declared that in relation to the increase of other nations four battleships would only keep the American navy abreast of other great SonlnLaw to the Longworth of Ohio in a vigorous speech told the house that the presi dent was more interested In this In crease than In any other question be fore and as practically all of them had In the last election de clared that they supported him this was a good opportunity to live up to that An amendment by Tawney to reduce the number of new battleships to one was voted down by an even No he wished to quar rel with He cited the instance ot friction in maintaining the Monroe doctrine In Venezuela against the pre of Great Drluln when thU nnt three battleships and thirty with the senti ment of Europe on the side ot Great he was nn it lustration of the Influence of the na tion resulting from Its Inherent We cannot be compared with evidently referring to the presldfints amid renewed applause we are not In the same At this he let us continue our traditional policy not of nonresistance but of confidence la our strength as a our military our material but most of all In the great moral and Utlcal Ideas that have made our coun try our ideas of Justice and equality ot Those great are stronger than Along line lies our destiny and our tittle Cockran of New York tfcen made a striking speech in favor of the building of four new Beginning by declaring that he agreed with the sentiment expressed by Cockran added that while the house was to use Its own Judgment concerning its yet the presi being Commanderinchief of the military great deference was due to his Referring to Cockrans remarks Williams Bald amid a storm of ap plause and laughter that the president IB commanderlnchiet of the army and navy of the United States and not commanderlnchlef of the congress of the United I declare on my solemn respwsl he the Ian guage of Cookran In referrlngUi1 the presidents that the United States does not four new What IB the dif ference between my responsibility and the responsibility ol the president Have 1 not good a right as be tp more decided majority than was Hobsons proposition for an increase A provision for two fleet colliers of sixteen knots and of tons costing each was that one of tl the colliers shall be built in a navy yard The bill as it stands authorizes of Mr Burton of Ohio was prompt to take the floor In opposition to the four battleships He declared that the Monroe doctrine was not maintained by the military armament Mr Hobson of Alabama interrupted to ask what in the absence of absolute power to would protect the Burton Gets a Our prestige and the strength ol the nation will protect responded Mr Burton amid a storm of Our he no only the strength of the navy and but our strength as a people Will protect April a merchant at near herelviwa8 beaten and his store robbeiv by Eight remained ontalde I the store while two rifled the lambOs cries broughtassistance tool the thieves April oT Police Grant Long has received ft letter threatening him with death un less he leaves the police The letter is decorated with drawings of a poison bottle and stiletto and IB signed April up of Little latelr thecity e ban driven a large num ber of professional thieves to the ra ral The result Is seen tn merous reports of robberies aid otter crimes in nearby Carnegie ani Parnassus report of this char April lugs hare been called by the officers of the Marine Engineers Beneficial as sociation to be held Saturday at all ports on the Great Lakes where the organisation hat local branches to take up the controversy brought about by the decision of the Lake to insist upon nonunion April Municipal work was given to 250 unemployed men at one of the city The men will be paid a Monday another shift of men ot the same num ber will be put to This relay work will be continued right Mayor Reyburn has In or der to distribute the available funds to fce thus employed among M a of men as Heres the First April age at caught a large fish and the excite ment brought on an epileptic fit He rolled Into the water and was Affinity Sent to Apiil the young woman who was recently con victed of using the mails to promote a fraud In the conduct of a matrimonial agency at has been sen tenced by Judge Landli to one iwr IB the hoinfe ot The Golfers Paradise Hotel Rider Cambridge Here you find everything that makes the game invigorating pleasant company and the complete equipment of the Rider swimming gymnasiums m addition to superb The Rider cuisine and famous mineral waters combined with healthful outdoor exercise are admirable requisites for bom health and pleasure Rates extremely Both Accommodations or Wnte for C   

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