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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED APRtL S This Is the Time of Year Everybody Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE D1Q April B B blacks Black Goods un der and Black Suit and also plain Panamas inches Two lots fine new Black Btriped or checked English inches and Imported Black Suitings or French inches Lot fine imported Buitings cliecks and other nut Case allwool Black Serges inches Case allwool Black Buitings or Skirt 60 inches Lot Black Voiles inches Half what they were im ported to sell Other Black Goods at prices worth NORTH Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BALTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Ot Arlington Hotel VERY LOW ONEWAY RATES PACIFIC COAST AND POINTS WEST VIA NICKEL PLATE Tickets dally to April Ask Local Agent or V4414M6 BRYAINTS IN SADDLE Warren Worth Bailey Says Bryan Has Upper Hand in vania Delegation BAILEY CLAIMS VICTORY Will Control the State April exec utive committee of the Pennsylvania Bryan league will meet here today to choose four men who will be indorsed by the league for delegatesatlargo to the Denver Secretary Warren Worth Bailey of Johnstown says that more than two thirds of the national delegates from this state are under Instructions for also control a similar pro portion of the delegateselect to the state lie and will control that It Is reported that John Carman of Luierne county will be Indorsed for permanent chairman of the state con ventlon and that the slate for dele gatesatIarge will Include State Treas urer John Harman of Blooms George Acklln of Allegheny and a fourth man to be April After walking two miles with a fractured John Schutz stepped into the office of Hertzler at Som erset fell to the floor and He had been struck by a beer glass during a drunken Easter April With bloor flowing from a wound in his Thomas a city rushed from his room In a local hotel and re ported that his wife Mary had attempt ed to kill him and then commit sui Investigation developed that the woman was perhaps fatally Injured by a knife wound in the Taken to a hospital she Is said to have told the physicians that her husband slashed her neck and then turned the knife ujon EUREKA I Found It at Found what Why that Chamber lalnn Salve cures eczema and all manner of Itching of the skin 1 have been afflicted for many years with skin I had to get lip three or four times every night and wash with cold water to allay the terrible Itching but since using this salve in the Itching has stopped and has not troubled Elder John For sale by Greenville and KILLED THE FIRST DAY Runaway Car Dashes Upon Laborers Working In Deep April sixty years was killed and Jesse was probably fatally Injured In ah pccldent at Blt tengers lime near this The two men were work Ing at the bottom of a pit seventy five feet deep when a car on the tram railway became detached from Its cable and dashed down the steep In cline tremendous Before the operator could utter a cry of warning It struck the men at the who was performing Ms first days work at the was hurled seventyflve feet and Instantly Dorsey was struck In the face and his akull Is probably He may DISPUTEJWER SPOILS Both Parties In Altoona Council Want All the April and common councils of Altoona were to have held a joint session last evening to elect a city city member of the board of public works andmember of the water When the proposition for a joint ses sion was received In common which consists of 12 Republicans and 12 a motion was made to adjourn and the Democratic president of the body declared it refus ing a call for a The Demo crats then left the Being without a quorum and no joint ses sion the body The Republicans have a majority on joint ballot and were united in their deter mination to elect Republican McDonald Bckles coal office at the new a 17tf More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the due to cold or damp weather or chronic In such cases no In ternal treatment Is The free application of Chamberlains Liniment Is all that Is and It Is certain to give quick Give tt a trial and see for yourself how quickly It relieves the pain and sore 25 cents large 60 Sold by Green ville and Store News KECK If you are Interested In Carpets or Uugs 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 dles and We will also take pleasure In showing you more than enough of Spring Coats and Wash Suits and Shirt a FOR RENT 5 Rooms With Bath EAGLE STREET A Fine Home for a Small Family Giliespie Repairing All Kinds of Furniture NO Saw Filing Fritz 155 Columbia M MONEY TO LOAN Main Railroads to Boost New April railroad freight rates should be Increased was consensus of opinion at a confer ence of the presidents of nearly all ot the eastern trunk lines held at the offices of the Trunk No final action was taken in the mat which will be further considered THE COMIC Thoughtful Laughter Is the Test of True One excellent test of the civilization of a country I take to be the flourish ing of the comic Idea and nnd the test of true comedy is that It shall awaken thoughtful If you believe that our civilization is founded on common it is the first condition of siinity to believe will when contemplating men discern a spirit luminous and never shooting beyond them or lagging in the so closely at tached to them that it may be taken for a slavish reflex until its features j are J Its common aspect is one of unsollcit ous Mens future upon j earth does not attract Their hones ty and shapeliness in the present j And whenever they wax out of pro preten pedan fantastically delicate whenever it sees them self deceived or hoodwink given to run riot in drift ing Into congregating In abj planning shortsightedly nnd plotting domentedly whenever they are at variance with their professions i and violate the unwritten but percep1 tlble laws binding them in consldera tion one to another whenever they ofj fend sound fair are false In humility or mined with Individually or In the spirit i overhead will look humanely malign j and cast an oblique light on fol lowed by volleys of silvery That is comic Essay on Comedy by George May Not Neglect Men of ellectual and moral and religious who are not active forces for good In are not worth what It costs to produce and keep van BAD BLOOD Before I began nslng T bad a bad com pluiplei on iny aud ruy food was not dlgostwl us it should have Now I Am entirely and tho pimples haveall dUnpptared from my I cnn truthfully Buy tlmt Cuscnrots are lust Clarence Weaken at Sterling Remedy Chlwgo or TEH MILUOI MIES MSSfiJILI Presidents Secretary Cr ticizcd in House lor ction With Trolley Company THE VREEIAIID ClLl P TABLED Cannon Have It Out In HOUM Over Speakers Ruling of Sat urday and Latter Is Supported by Republican April affecting a United States whose name was not and the presidents secretary wero made it the house by Sims of Tennessee In the course of a discus sion of the conference report on the District of Columbia street railway trackage 81ms spoke of the efforts of the street railway companies of the district to thwart congress in Its attempt to give the people of Washington proper street car facili ties and declared that certain men bad been elected to the management and directorate of the roads or had become stockholders In them It was wielded an Influence over The senator In Sinls was a member of the com mittee on the District of which lias control of streetcar mat ters In the and owns more than a thousand shares of capital trac tlon stock of a value of He also said that the presidents who Is a director of the Washington Railway and Electric has In his name shares of the face value of What qualifications does Sims for rail road management and he answered his own question He has none at The house refused to recede from Its demand for universal free trans and the trackage bill was sent back to With the exception of Coop er and Nelson of Republi the by a strict party declared that Hie action of Speaker Cannon last Saturday in sum marily adjourning the house was not a breach of the privilege of the house affecting its dignity and the in tegrity of its The decla ration was made when a resolution by Williams holding such a breach to have been committed was 146 to The vote was preceded by state ments by both Williams anil the After disclaiming that as a re sult of the episode thwe would be a per sonal breach between him and the Williams maintained the action was an unpreceUented parlia mentary On the other Speak er Cannon called attention to the dila tory tactics of the minority leader for the last two and It was the speakers privilege and his duty to sweep aside a dilatory demand declare the house The Republicans put through an amendment to the rules making any day suspension day and substituting a majority for a twothirds vote to pass any and neArmond bitterly opposed thfe its notified the Democrats that they could trust to their imagination for any legisla tion they would get this Fol lowing the adoption of the eral conference reports were agreed to and one or two bills The house committee on banking and currency voted to lay on the table the financial bill offered by Represent ative Vreeland of New York as a sub stltute for the Aldrich bill and decid ed to report favorably the bill recent ly introduced by Chairman Fowler providing for a currency commission to consist of 43 11 members of the 11 members of the house and 21 who must be citi zens of the United The action of the committee was taken after a meeting lasting all Representative Vreeland appeared be fore the committee and made a long argument in favor of his saying he thought it would be criminal negli gence for congress to adjourn without passing some measure of protection In the event of another panic this A definite step has been taken to ward a resolution of the wood pulp and newspaper cost question In the In troduction by Speaker Cannon of a res olution for the appointment of a select committee of six members to investi gate and obtain all possible Informa tion as to the reasons for the increased price of white to the end that needful legislation may be which was referred to the committee on of which the la empowers the committee to elt In Washington or elsewhere during sessions of the house and the receis of congress and confers the usual The Central Federated union of New Tork baa adopted the recommendation 6f Its general1 eiecutlYe board to art to pss the Sulwr HARRY WANTS FREEDOM Insanity all Right to Clear With But it Grows Monotonous THAW SEEKS RELEASE Lawyer Takes First Step Toward Ob taining His April first step in proceedings looking to the release of Harry Thaw fromr the state asylum for the criminal in sane at Matteawan 1ms been James Graham of Newburg ap peared as Thaws counsel before Jus tice Morschauser of the New York statesupreme court at White Plains and applied for an order directing the superintendent of the asylum to per mit Thaw to sign an application for a writ of habeas The order wae promptly According to the usual procedure In such Thaw will sign the appli cation for a writ of habeas which will then be submitted to n jus tice of the supreme probably Justice Such writs are always and the date when the writ Is returnable Is fixed to suit the convenience of all parties con Then Thaw will appear before a Justice of the supreme court for a hearing to determine whether he should be released from the asylum as Probably this hearing will be held before Justice Morschauser at This method of obtaining the release of a prisoner at the state asylum is the one usually taken when the state lunacy commission Is unwilling to de clare that the prisoner Is Wheth er an expression from the has been had couldnot be TURKEY BACKS DOWN Yields to Italys Demands to Avoid Warlike April The threatened trouble between Italy and Turkey ap parently has ended as a tempest In a teacup and for the at there will be no demonstration by Ital ian warships in Turkish The Turkish government has given Us per mission to Italy to establish postofllces In the Turkish cities where the other powers have like institutions and in like manner has met the Italian de mands with rngard other questions that have been snbjocts of Especially is Ihla the case with re gard at which Italy wishes to be open to peaceful settlement by The fleet will now remain in Italian waters and he incident practi cally Is regarded here as Good Excuse to Stay April local churches have proposed a ban upon Merry Widow hats in the con gregatioh during Pnstors declare that men are becoming fewer j at the services as HIP number of big I hats Increases nnd that he popular style tlireiiions to make many male j Ushers In some of the j more crowded churches were nt their i wits end to seat their Easter conj Pews which have comfortj ably accommodated six persons would hold no more than four when let wore large i Dispenses Justice and April denounc ing Prank Jaslnski for mistreating the mothev of his seven children Police Judge Pollard fined Jaslnski and then adjourned court five minutes while he look up a collection for the tollworn The Judge started the collection with n donation of The clerk csnvassed the courtroom and the collection totaled Judge Pollard presented the money to the who was weeping with grat Ing a department of ftbor distinct from the department of to i promote such Improvements in the so political and economic conditions of the wealthproducing labors of the United President Is receiving many communications commending his efforts to Induce congress to provide I for the construction of four battle which is Interpreted at the white house to mean that the country Is with him on this While the president has not relinquished ef forts with congress in this It is stated that he will confine his en deavors to personal interviews with senators and members of the House and will not send in another message on this The Brownsville affair was again a jrubject of Interest In the senate when Senator Borah of Idaho took the ground that negro soldiers ot the Twentyfifth Infantry were guilty ol the raid that occurred in the Texas Borah analyzed the testi mony taken in this owe and declared that no reasonable man couuld read it and failed to be convinced that negro soldiers shot THISTATEJ1EW3 IN BRIEF April Steffen of McDonald owns a calf wfclch has neither eyes nor The calf Is five days April Tern for eight years the Democratic leader In Trumbull announced his retirement from April liam age who owns onehalf of the town of Belmont is April George for many years prominent In Ohio Democratic circles and revenue collector of this district under Presl dent Is April a negro of was placed on trial for killing Cameron of West on the 26th of April val ley plant of the Republic Iron and Steel company will resume operations The Bessemer which haa been closed several will also Upper April the threeyearold daughter of Lewis found some headache tablets and ate about half a She was taken with convulsionsand died within an April have gone to New York after Daniel wanted at Brownsville on a charge of having embezzled while acting as treasurer of the Moor head Coal April fam ily of John Forbes In West Youngs town had a narrow escape from anni hilation when a tree uprooted by wind crashed through the cutting It almost in two No one was New April us or tobacco who apply for bread line aid are now being Men who were smoking or whose appearance indicated they had been drinking were asked to drop April body of Abner Bosworth of who jumped from a bridge Into the Scloto river on April has been Bosworths father claimed the body and took it to April the hand of his Joseph a young married received a glass of carbolic which he drank and which caused his death a few minutes The mother mistook the aoid April re ports coming from country districts It Is learned that Westmoreland county farmers have been bunkoed by the same mailorder scheme wMch was worked in Butler where the operators are salil to have cleaned up nearly Oil April night clerk In the office of the Adams Express saw a man climb Ing through a window into the He opened fireon the who hurriedly climbed out again and The office had In cash readj for shipment to April the Carlisle who was arrested on a charge of defrauding the Merchants National bank of Car lisle out of was released on When Harris was committed he said he did not want to be but has changed his April age thirty years and un til recently a brakeman on the Penn sylvania shot himself because he was out of Be snapped a re volver four times at his head in the presence of his She endeavored to take it from him went for While she was absent he killed April exam inations of counties reported to the state bureau of uniform accounting show large illegal expenditures ot The examination of Co shocton county shows Illegal expendi tures from March to of The examination of Hancock county shows similar illegal expenditures from to amounting to April Residents liv ing along the lake east of the reported a burning boat on the lake about ten miles The life saving station was Attention first was attracted to the boat by the shooting of The boat sup posed to be on fire Is thought to be the steamer Maine from foi Port She carried coal and was towing the schooner Kmma SAILOR 1 Los Angeles Entertains Boxing Contests and VViid West Exhibitions CHAMPION JEFFRIES IS HOST Brings Off Several Fist That Please the Boys Frorn1 Off the Championship Won by Battleship New Los April long day of merrymaking by the Bailors of American battleship boxing baseball games and wild west shows being included In the entertainment provided by the was brought to a close wit htwo big one to officers kt the largest cafe In the city and other to the admirals and commanding officers of the fleet and members bf their staff Onefourth of the men Included In the entire enlisted force of the fleet came ashore to take part In the festiv planned with characteristic west ern hospitality In their were sailors and marines In the liberty parties landed from the four divisions scattered at the various ports a score of miles Once on the beach they found free trains and trol ley cars awaiting arriving In the they found all manner ot comforts and conveniences placed at their Most sailors made at once for the pleasure grounds at Chutes where an amateur boxing managed and refereed by first attraction of the Boxing is a favorite sport among the sailors and their enjoyment of the Jeffries carnival was The reached Its height when the lightweight championship of the fleet was decided under navy regu Lutlnekl of the New Jersey winning from Myers of the Ohloin eight The barbecue and wild westshow which followed the tournament added to the good times The1 program for the i enter tainment of the enlisted men is to repeated tomorrow and Thursday in order that all ofthe sailors equal share in the citysreception TOO MUCH FOR THEM George Adei Slang Stumps Stolid I British April British pub lic had their first sample of George Ade comedy in The Colonel at the Adelphi The audience was composed largely of The verdict on the play was Inde cisive the Americans were enthusi astic but the English spectators were interested and puzzled by The management provided a glossary of George Ades language with the pro but much of the par ticularly the college was Greek to the English Many ot the best jokes were received In mel ancholy The company was almost entirely and their acting was more animated than the English are accus tomed The fall of the curtain was followed by some but applause I am a Roman citizen was once a proud cry I am a citizen of the world should be a prouder but worthless to him who has nothing to show pertaining to his either of of or of doing or of all three ot which comprise the whole duty of William A Way They As soon as people have secured the necessaries ot life they begin to want BOIUC of the CURES COUGHS AND Hyomei Gives Relief in Ten Cures Over Everybody or ought to that Hyomei Is recognised among scientists as the specific for Bronchitis and Hay but there are a great many people who do not know that Hyomei will cure a cough or a In less than 21 But everyone should know that the balmy and antiseptic air ol Hyomei when breathed over tho and luflamed membrane of the nose and throat will instantly allay the inflammation and wilt effect t prompt Complete Hyomei including only at Extra It afterwards will cost but 50 Joseph writes I haye used ypnr Hyomei In my family ior two or and find It one o the feet remedies ever used for M t flvis relief In of   

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