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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                4 This 8s the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON PURN1TURE KiJMWONIWDY Boarder at Shoots a Woman Because She Wouldnt TiolsTM MURDEREDJYJOARDER Dying Woman Tells How She Strug gled to Save April Edith who was shot by Arthur Bor a IB Jutcher was thirtynine years Bor and was a boarder at her B under In her nntemortem statement Jutcher says Borland came In for his grabbed hold of her and tried to waltz with She says she told ilm to let her alone as sho was then grabbed her by the wrist and pressed her against the She hen called htm a drunken The statement continues He went upstairs and returning I will give you wo minutes to say I am not a drunken Id as THE PJQ April B B utility boxes Every room in every house requires one or Well show you many tinds for so little money youll Weathered Oak Shirt Waist Matting Covered Waist Matting covered Shirt Skirt full noon die now and I will fix I tried to get out the front door and REHlIlOWiNB Pop 7 ularwith Both Sides GOT BOTH NOMINATIONS TURN UP IN ODD PUCES State Armed to the Preserve Order in City of Chester ARRfST STRIKE SYMPATHIZERS JecoJBe They Exhibit Their Feelings Throwing Stones at Professional Strikebreakers Impoted to Enforce Seduction In Piece by Piece Stolen Gflods Found at April by pncn goods stolen from tho of Uosrnhlum i n April been reiovpiid during ho Mens furnishing round n rcirhy John nuttornmro his porch K day while In roll of In hs Mub I out llm ivnir i naren 1 April four 4oops of tho state police practically in command of the the situation Is well In hand Troop A from he held the I then ran to the ensburg B from C back As I was going down steps he fired at striking me In the back of the I ran on thi lawn and then he grabbed 1 trlfd to got away and Then he slot in the He pushed me orer and I grabbed my band over the re volver and two shots were fired Mien from Heading and D from Punxsutaw comprising about 100 make He attempted to shoot the fifth but the revolver missed His Leg Half April a saloon fight among foreigners here eleven are In jail and one is in the hospital with a leg half severed by a razor April Negotiations are about to be closed for the sale of the holdings of Theodore Barnsdall In the Red Bank Oil company of Illi nois to the Standard Oil The a lll the force which has taken charge ot the strike The troopers rode into the city In command of lain John Groome lo make their headquarters at barns of the Chester I Each trooper is oried I short a heavy M a regulation police piVOlveftnitlOD i riot Two of are carried by the state Under the prccectifpany ran five police the The ilrst cars during they car was run out of the barns who ran in the face of the in San On the car which striking operated were Borgmihe traction company and jaimmvt Hosenblup the greater part of JR No oh Ul WOW beei the Idontily of Darlinf011 Pautppewa township ment nSn of a spring of oil over the discof William Cox near Or the farjeaver Cox riomewooft stream of oil spouting discoveiground and oil men agreed fronxo territory is favorable for pros April 18 or Stuart has approved the for the petition for a requisition for the extradition of Harry Bostaph from the province of Ontario and the papers have been sent to Bostaph is want ed in Plttsburg on charges of bribery of councilmen in connection with the Tube City Democrats Voted For Republican Can didates April the official count of the county comtnK sloners it was discovered that Henderson amlJohn Inated last the CElUB TOT linnn no j I01 did onK one or Enfigh friends of Hen derail and voted for tllem trentitle tvem to n Pace In the Dem jcratlc eolumn ot the ofllclal ballot at the ejection next This pre vpnls the Democrats irom filling what they thought would be vacancies with members of their own TRUSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF I April fire al leged to have been set by an incen diary inflicted damage on the Nixon theater i April i a flre at the residence of Robert Wll I a at the fouryearold son was burned to Mahanoy April being entombed in tho Hammond mines for more than thirtysix Richard a was rescued Conference at Toledo Concludes Agreement Satisfactory to Miners and Operators IDLE MEN AFFECTED Mining Will Be Resumed In Western Ohio and Agreement Covers Two Years and Provides for EightHour New April i a collector for the New i Kensington has been miss rests the troopers gave exhibitions of ng slnce Monday he was sent horsemanship that caused the disorj out to collect will be paid this amount How to Stop a Nose When the bellboy responded to of tne company and beside i derly element to regard them with HarrJsburB Pa Aprli state President i awe Sergeants Logan and Chambers association in charge of the preoaposed home for indigent of the order has decided to recom n mend a site near two fences into a where they and Kouul in their Qelermlna signal he found the elderly man standing in the center of holding a handkerchief to K from which the blood was o of the Give mo a slap alonrae elderly good and yard the boy turning his uud speaking with f I sputtered the Dont stop blap I tell traveling mavis bead The again holdjfor n then tlm boy hesltthe mans Uarder idly slaed tho smitten The boy comwl no but with his open j i i comtfd no Matting covered1 boxes tO I hepacalt the man a vigorous roll under the Matting covered Ceda Skirt length Cedar Cedar Cedar lined B MORTH Sir rihats grunted tho gory one s be removed tle handkerchief and after a test found tho bleeding had Im subject to these attacks of nose he explained to the as tonished handing him a I have tried all sorts of but nothing acts more promptly than a blow alongside tho Tho shock seems to paralyze the ruptured blood and they quit work at Try it some tlrno if you have tho occa 1 got the Idea from an old physi cian In York icsh Fish cur were twc policemen and a private detective iy and beside it rode two The car had not gone far when some of the strikers or theli sympathizers began throwing stones and shouting at the men in charge oi The troopers rode the men down and arrested six among there Charles a city employe the highway The prison ers were put on the car undei were compelled to make the trip through the streets and back tc the where they were held charged with inciting to The subsequent cars were run under about the same conditions and a number ol arrests were Among those ar rested was Frank one ot the who was held in bail at a hearing before a magistrate The company made no attempt to op erate its cars after making the announcement that they would start operating them at 8 oclock The car barns and power house are being guarded by two while the other two divisions of the constab ulary are encamped near a few miles outside the In making ar Store News overtook the fleeing The failure of the local police to cope with the situation has caused a number of citizens to circulate a peti tion asking tor tho removal of Chief of Police who is declared to be The Corn wall and Postmaster John Wallace are among those outspoken against Pen As a culmination of the bitter feel ing engendered by the presence of tho state constabulary Marshal Craw Troop was shot in a row with Thomas and Nicholas Darger on the Darby pike near about two miles outside of the One of the other troopers horse was shot and Crawfords steed ran nway in the di rectlon of Crawford re ceived a bullet in the leg and will be laid up for a The Bargerswere A committee representing the strik ers issued the following statement the former employes of the Ches ter Traction company now on make an appeal to the general public i that no demonstration be made against j the state They are here to pre 1 serve peace and but they can i not force the people to ride in the KECK Yell w Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish VBALTIIJOBEOYSTEBS If you are interested in Carpets or Rugs now is the time for you to come In and look over our immense line of these We received additions this week to our showing of Spring Suits for la dies and Wo will also take pleasure in showing you more than enough of Spring Coats and Wash Suits and Shirt a Gossip oi Washington What Is Going On at the National AT THE KUNTZE FISH MARKET West Of Arlington Hotel VERY LOW ONEWAY RATES PACIFIC COAST AND POINTS WEST VIA NICKEL PLATE Tickets daily to April Ask Uca FOR RENT 5 Rooms With Bath EAGLE STREET A Fine Home for a Small Family Giliespie TO ENJOINJNKJNCTIONS Senate Passes Bill to Hold Federal Courts In April injunctions against the enforcement of state laws can be issued only by a majority oi three federal Judges who are to pass upon if a bill that passed the senate becomes a The bill was drafted in the judiciary commit ee from a number of measures under it was reported by Sen and its provisions were explained by him to the A substitute by Senator Burke disagreed Tho Overman bill waa was Repairing All Kinds of Furniture NO Saw Filing a Fritz 155 Columbia 353 Bell MONEY TO LOAN AttorneyatLaWi tivit alBagrecu opposed by Heyburn on the ground that the great distances between the federal courts in the west would oper ate to delay tho granting of necessary Senator Knox favored the nasBage of the bill and opposed Heyburns The senate dis WBied at length the Mil to appropri ate the proceeds from the sale of cei tain public lands for the reclamation of Bwamp but made little prog tess toward its The attitude of Emperor William and the Berlin court toward David Jayne named by the president to be ambassador that waa the BUbject of comment iu the house ot representatives dinins the considera tion of the diplomatic consular Both Perkins of New York and i Mr Slayden of Texas expressed the opinion that the objections to I Hill wore due to no other cause than I that Hill was financially unable I I to maintain a certain standard of so 1 clal Each of them con damned the which they said had grown of selecting men ot great wealth to be the nations diplo matic representatives abroad and urged as a means of counteracting the effect of such a policy the housing of our diplomats in buildings owned by the government and the allowance to them of salaries nufflclent to them to maintain the dignity of their high The house committee on banking and currency voted unanimously to table the Aldrlch financial It also was decided to give a hearing to Representative Vrooland of New who recently introduced a financial bill which is looked upon aa a substi tute for the Aldrlch April gas tho flow of which is estimated at feet of gas and twentyfive barrels of oil a was struck on the Seward three miles west of April Neal a young railroad brotherinlaw of Marty man ager of the Zanesville team the Central was killed while shift ing April The a retired Baptist I was adjudged insane and sent to the Toledo He claimed i to have dally manifestations by light 1 from i Apil smali i boy anil a match caused the destruc tion ot Simon SfhaeiTers barn at i 1 Blanket Two j j feed and a pony wuro The loss April 1 ine ago has died from in juries received when her dress caught flre from an open Tho childs mother was seriously burned in trying to save her childs April Demav was held without bail for the murder of his Salvatore whom he shot last week in the store where they were partners in Demar claims April W president of the Bens creek Coal and Coke company and one of the leading coal operators on the Allegheny has assigned to Shope for the benefit of his April the auspices of the Trades assembly a mass meeting will be held here next Tuesday evening to protest against the decision of the supreme court of the United States in the case of the hatters April idle miners in the central competitive district will go to work next i An amicable agreement between mln ers and operators has been reached by members of the scale and this agreement has been ratified by the joint meeting of miners and Both sides are satisfied with the results of the and the conference adjourned with the best of feeling between the two parties to the The agreement provides for a general resumption of work throughout the district next The adoption of the old rate of 90 cents a ton for mining a refer endum vote to be taken by districts and a call of the committee to receive the returns of the the referen dum being on the proposition to make the agreement hold for two years a uniform screen of 1 an eight hour the referring of all local dif ferences as to prices and conditions to the districts for an in Titatlon to Illinois operators to Join in the next interstate convention and that the next joint interstate confer ence beheld in Toledo in What the Agreement The agreement also provides That internal differences both as to prices and conditions be referred for adjustment to the various districts af That the screen for Western Pennsylvania and the bituminous dis trict of Indiana shall be uniform in 6 feet wide by 12 feet built of flat or Akronshaped bars of not less than of an inch with 1 inches between free from and that such screen shall rest upon a sufficient num ber of bearings to hold the bars in proper That an eighthour day means eight hours work In the mine at usual working places for all classes of in side day This shall be exclusive of the time required in reaching such working places in the morning and departing from same at Drivers shall take their mules to and from the and the time re i quired in so doing shall not include i any part of tho days their work beginning when they reach the change at which they receive empty I tout in no case shall the drivers time be docked while ho is waiting for such cars at the point Both Sides When the men go Into the mine in the morning they shall be entitled to two hours pay whether or not the mine Is In operation tho But after tho first two hours the men shall he paid for every hour thereafter by the for each hours work or fractional part If for any rea son the regular routine work cannot be furnlshocl the Inside labor for a por tion of the first two hours the opera tors may furnish other than the regu lar labor for the unexpirecl The term of this contract shall be gin April and expire March Miners and operators are delighted with the outcome of the conference and declare there is now a more har monious feeling between miners and operators than has existed in April men were found dead within short dis tances of this and in neither in stance can the body be One a was found in tho mud of the abandoned canal at and a party of girls hunt Ing arbutus discovered the second in the mountains near April a local has gone to the Chi cago Pasteur institute to be treated for a dog bite in Ills arm and He was training a bulldog for a fight and the animal snapped him in the arm and Ohio state university pro fessors examined the brain of the ani mal and say it was suffering from April age of this and Miss Ivy age of were married standing in a The Harvey Grimes was out walking and vas stopped by the young Creslip produced a marriage license which the Grimes read by the aid of the electric arc The couple were April is proposed to hold a national spelling contest in connection with the annual session of the National Educational association to be held here beginning June This feature has been decided upon by the executive committee of the Notices of the contest and invitations to send representatives were forwarded to superintendents of schools throughout the It war 1 requested that the contestants be se lected from the pupils of the grammar Injured Men Ask April to re cover as damages as a result of the wreck on the Har Butler and New Castle Street railway at Evans City on nave been filed Eight of the eighteen men injured want damages the amount of ten of the injured demand Eight of the injured are still in the hospital The men allege that the accident was due entirely to da fectlve Fire Melts Gas April 100 Independence township families were without gas for either fuel or light for A fire in Mulliol len woods melted a gas Charged With Train New April Sam an arrested here charged with attempting to wreck a war hild without Dogs Owner Must April a vicious dog is a public nuisance and the own er must slay the animal and pay do lors bills of persons bitten was decid ed by Justice Joseph Crisswell of The right of a dog to bite When he pleases I cannot interfere with said the but no such animals can be harbored inmy dis Sorority Girls April Sorority girls won in their fight with the fac ulty of the University of Wooster for the retention of their societies at the At a meeting of the fac ulty the resolution prohibiting further initiations was Ice in Straits Breaks April report from Mackinaw City nays the ice in the Straits ol Mackinaw is well Makes the most nutri tious food and the most dainty and ROYAL BAKING POWDER The only Baking Powder from Royal Grape Creamof Tartar No fussing or fretting over the biscuit Royal is the aid to many a cooks NO A1UMNO UHE   

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