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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                EVENING ESTABLISHED I CENTS PKR This Is the Time ef Year Everybody Hoosicr Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE Q1BSON FVIRHITVIRE THE PQ THE SHOE IS PINCHING Even Standpat Republican Papers Have No Use for Wood Pulp Tariff April B B bordered cottons The fad of the 0 one i d e r a ble picked from the Bordered neat 12V2C and Tinted and darker colored Bordered Tinted and Colored 25c Bordered Imported French And other beautiful sheer fabrics of bordered de signs to beautiful Silk Kobe patterns exclusive things as fine as are woven and See what we have in bor dered fabrics for prettiest BOQGS A NORTH CALL FOR RELIEF Representatives of 774 Ask Congress to Take April annua meeting of the Associated Press was held at the WaldorfAstoria hotel wit an exceptionally large attendance o members from every section ot th Aside from the transaction o purely routine business affecting th the most Important ac tlon taken was the presentation and adoption of an address asking the president and the congress to gran Immediate relief from the exactions o combinations of paper Th address as adopted Is as follows Representatives of 774 dally news papers respectfully ask the prestden and congress to grant Immediate re lief from the exactions of combinations ot In 1907 and again In the at tentlon ot the authorities was direct to the excessive prices then de manded by the paper combination Immediately upon the assembling congress twenty or more bills aiming to correct these conditions and to pui paper and pulp on the free list were Introduced and referred to the ways and means Persistent ef forts to obtain a hearing have been Dilatory tactics have been employed to prolong present condi tions and to carry over to another ses sion of congress every proposition de signed for All newspapers here represented protest against The Associated Press and the Amer ican Newspaper Publishers associa tion will sit down to a joint banquet tonight at the at which William Bryan will be the chief A Common Many women mistake kidney and bladder some irregular ity peculiar the Foleys Kid ney Remedy corects Irregularities and makes women Miss Carrie Bowling I suffered much pain from kidney and bladder trouble until I started to use Foleys Kidney The first bottle gave megreat and after taking the second bottle I was entirely Bessemer Fresh Fish YellGw Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish Kodol is today the best known rem dy or all disorders ot the stomach juch as heart sour stomach and belching of Sold by Harry TmSTATEJEWS IN BRIEF April Illinois ear works and the BarlowKent furni ture factory have been April In the vicinity of this are alarmed over the havoc wrought by a strange beast believed by some to be a April A mare ewned by Kirk has foaled a colt that has only two legs and these are hind On the left shoulder of the colt Is a perfectly developed April receipts for the day of the first days auction of seats for the Cincinnati May musical which begins May was counted as remarkably April formerly cuy clerk was found In the woods near Ilaina He had cut his He told Murphy that Rainsboro detectives were following He may April which started on a dump In the southern section of the city spread to the var nish works attached to the large print ing ink plant of Charles Enu Johnson at Swansdn and Rltter causing a loss of April Stuart and Miss Stuart gave a recep tion to a number of their friends In this city last It was the first reception to be given In the executive mansion since has been About 220 guests were April and William Swartz of Richwood were standing near an Incubator an explosion clothing caught She ran screeni ng by her hug She was frightfully April a railroad shot and atally wounded his wife at and killed The couple have been married but a few months ind during a quarrel it is said Ashoff slapped her husbands April Mike arrested after he had told a weird story to the effect that he was owed some by President McCall BUI Requiring Publicity of Campaign Contributions Fa vorably Reported r J SUPPORT IT Jims of Tennessee Reads Letter From Loeb and Newlandt Regarding rtsltl In Railway J campaign mously reoomme ity The McCall biii was unanl the house for Receives You will soon receive the congrat ulations of your friends upon your Improved appearance it you will take Foleya Kidney Remedy as It tones up the system and imparts new life and Foleys Kidney Remedy cures nervous exhaustion and all ofrms of kidney and bladder Commence taking It Bessemer Phar McDonald Eckles the new coal office at Store News KECK BUTIMQREOYSTERSl AT THE McCoy FISH MARKET West Oi Arlington Hotel VERY LOW PACIFIC COAST AND POINTS WEST VIA NICKEL PLATE dally to April Ask Local Agent or 4114116 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 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 of Furniture NO Saw Piling Fritz 158 Columbia SSI Ball MONEY TO LOAN U Main has been identified as an escaped patient from Massillon in sane He was taken April Brent wood a member of the banking firm of Winthrop Smith of this is age thirtyfive He was well known iu financial and club circles in the east and was a director of the Distillers Security company of New April man who registered at a local hotel as John Collins of shol and killed himself In his Pre vious to committing suicide he torn all the tags from his clothes and de stroyed everything which would lead to his passage by on election of rice president and repra sentatlves in Though intro duced by a the bill had the undivided support of the Demo cratic members ot the committee and also of the publicity law or It wife the uubject of much spirited discussion in the com and the diction in recommend ing the bill fbr passage caused jubila tion among the majority in the house and somesurprise on the Republican the Republican Galaes of West having pre viously expressed himself as opposed to some of the chief provisions ol the The bill provides that all contribu tions hereafter made to political com mltteea engaged In promoting the elec tion of representatives delegates to the congress of the United States or of presidential at any election at which delegates shall be voted for shall tie reported by such committees to of the house of The bill was so amended that any person in connection with such pay ff6in hl4 own private funds for the purpose of Influencing or controlling in two or more states the result of an election at which repre sentatives in congress are to be elect all his traveling The provision allowing him to pay for and circu or other pub lication wiereby Ke may state his po sition or views was stricken out pay for stationery andpostage and telegraph and telephone service with out being subject to the provisions of the The clause providing thai nothing in this act shall apply to any committee or organization for the dis cussion or advancement o political questions or principles without con nection with any such election also was stricken AN UPSIDHWWN MAN All His Vital Organs Found in Queer Positions and Strange Shapes The Missouri Of all the attractions which have visited us In the past none Is more popular with the theatrego ing public than that quaint and al ways pretty domestic com The Missouri Its author and Fred feels justly proud of unbounded success as a work of dramatic years of popular and wonder ful drawing It la a faithful picture of American country with a healthful and Invigorating at In the construction of this truly successful play Ray mond has given to the American stage two character Zeke and which stand alone as laugh and one wonders at the unadulterated sim plicity which characterizes those two excruciatingly funny creations but the play has also Its serious side of which brings Into action an ex ceptionally strong company of ar The Missouri Girl la remark able for the attention which la given to the details in the elaborate set tings and giving the play a most realistic During the action of the play novel musical songa and Injrp The of toner the public sees The Missouri the pftener they want to see It is undoubted ly the greatest of selfadvertising plays on the American stage That is the reason why it has been seen by millions of theatregoers during its years before the It pleases all classes hence its un precedented The Missouri Olri will be at the Opera on April Interest in the proceedings attached to a letter from Secretary Loeb to Sims of asserting that the shares of Washington street railway stock in his with the exception of 100 belonged to others and denying that he had In any manner exerted the influence of his official position in behalf of the com pany of which he was a The unnamed also referred to by Sims and who is Senator New lands of sent a similar com declaring that the stock in his name was simply held as trus tee and that he had never participat ed In legislation relating to the street railways of Notwithstanding the fact that the sen of the senate Is sold to be op posed to any increase in the house pro gram for the building of two battle an effort will be made to double that Senator Piles of Wash ington has prepared an amendment to the naval appropriation bill providing for the construction of four ships in accordance with the recommendations of President This ment will be unless there Is a change of when the bill Is taken up It Is said that there will be votes for the amendment on both sides of the but Just what strength will be developed for the increase can not now be i Calling attention to the Grand Army j button he wore on the lapel of his j coat and insisting that he had no prej udlce against negro some of whom he claimed as Sen ator Warner of Missouri In the senate declared his conviction that the town of had been shot up by negro soldiers of the Twenty fifth regiment in Warner quoted extensively from the testimony taken in the Brownsville case and pre sented an argument to sustain his be lief in the guilt of the negro Without concluding his Warner gave way for the naval appro priation which was read in An amendment was adapted making the 20 per cent increase In the pay of officers apply to those retired as well as on the active In connection with the consideration of the naval bill the senate entered into a long dis cussion of the policy of sending the naval fleet around the This policy was sharply criticized by Sen ator a result of an opinion rendered to the president by Attorney General Bonaparte at the cabinet meeting it is believed that the president will sign the employer8llablllty INSIDES ALL MIXED Autopsy on Judge Startles Surgeons of Johns Hopkins April in Johrii Hopkins hospltil during an au topsy on the body of Judge John McKelghon of Louis were aston Ished to discover that Instead of the usual setting of the those in the body were scattered about In al most unbelievable His heart was turned In a position the reverse of his kidneys were united by a ligament In the shape of a horse shoe and the liver was upside with the gall bladder on Many of the smaller organs were a chaos of entangling cords and fatty How Judge McKetghan lived with such a strange transposition of the or gans of his body appears Surgeons are mystified at Whether he was born with his organs In abnor mal positions or they were put In this state through disease or some freak of nature Is not Judge McKeighan lived to be sixty old and was considered one of the ablest lawyers of He became seriously ill In Louis in February and his physicians were un able to fathom his He was brought to the Johns Hopkins hosplta early In where an operation was during which dlscov erles were made of such a nature that he to an Fire Destroys Big April destroyed Mercy hospital a 000 establishment erected twentyeight years All of the patients and the forty Sisters of Mercy who were in the building escaped without Minister Wu From China Also Denies That He Instigated Late Boycott INSTEAD HE TRIED TO STOP IT Is One of Several Speakers at Ban quet of American Asiatic Associa tion at Now China Has Found True Friend IP Uncle Grafter Goes to April War member of the house of delegates of was convicted of bribery and sentenced to two years In the April official call has been Issued by Hanford of vice presi dent of the American coal mining In for a meeting of oper ators and mine official at Clarksburg June 29 and 30 for the purpose of forming a state mining April Bank of Wauseon at Wauseon closed Its doors because of heavy known all over the country of his connection with the In dependent Telephone company and at he head of the New Home plant build ing In Is president of the The bank will pay all obliga April a prominent Mlhodist minis was made defendant In a sensa tional divorce His wife Laura charges that he struck and wounded her until she fled from home In fear of her She also charges that by his coiiHtant endeavors to make her for sake the Catholic church and espouse Ins faith she has become a physical St April Me while walking along the banks of the Marys what seerted to be a pleca of stag horn protruding from the Investiga tion shlwed it to be a stag handle at tached to a twentytwo Inch Upon removing the runt It bore the date and Is thought to be a French as the French passed through this section about that April upon whom the emperor of Germany conferred the iron cross for military died at Sugar Grove of He came here from Ger many some years Relber was the inventer of a nonexplosivn gasoline He was n member of the Eighth Khelnische Jae ger and took part in the FrancoGerman war and was severely wounded at the battle of Prince Henry of Prus sia visited him when the prince was touring the pountry several years April state commission in charge of erecting the memorial of the state of Pennsylvania at Gettysburg battlefield met at Get The commission Is composed of exAuditor General Reading General Clair Mulhol General Phil adelphlu General Cur wensvllle exSenator Tidioute fc Brie IMttsburg Senator and Senator The commission has an appropriation of for the The been New April mes sages of peace and good will from the Celestial empire and expressing the conviction that the relations between China and the United States will be come closer day by Wu Ting minister from speaking at the banquet of tne American Asiatic association at made his first public address since his return to America after several years ab Wu Ting Fangs many of whom had entertained him at a farewell dinner more than five years before on his departure for the far greeted him wlta enthusiasm that betokened an appreciation of the dip lomat and his professions that a new era of mutual commercial advantage was dawning between United States and The Chinese minister was gowned In a fetching brown polonaise with sal monhued sleeves and wore a black and red buttoned In front of which enormous noting high Wu said Learning From the The chairman has referred to the fact that China has made great strides In what we call progress within the last few China is making reforms in many has become being the her people will necessarily learn more from the western countries and they will acquire some of the western habits and This will Increase the trade with foreign Chinese Nation Wakes After years of our the most intelligent portion of our peo have had a feeling of nationalism stir within their Whatever you may dub unrest or what not It Is there and the people are very sensitive about which know from experience Is natural both with Individuals and with there are some persons who would poke tun at this dis parage It or even suggest its suppres sion by forcible measures or by dem It is needless to say that this narrowminded and shortsighted view does not tend to pacify or soothe the feeling to express it In another produce feelings which oleagi nous liquids are supposed to do when poured on troubled The effect is just the It may be likened to the pouring of oil on a The American with their greatness of mind and soul all the weaknesses and exaggerations of a newborn have treated It with consideration and hare adopted the proper rlew that ihls spirit marks the true awakening of China and that whatever taint of antiforeign feeling with which it Is imbued will disap pear as soon as it is understood that the nation against whom hostility Is exhibited is really a friend in Friendship Chinas relations with America will always remain It Is natural that they should be so whm you con slder that your policy is just and on our side Ton may be sure acts of kindness and such as return or waiver of more than ten mil lions of dollars to will certainly create a most favorable Impression In China and strengthen the bond of friendship between tho two countries and the existence of an important and Influential association like this I con sider a safety valve of the two na No more I feel can occur in the and the relationship between the two coun tries will become closer day by Blasting Powder Kills April explo sion of pounds of blasting pow der and several of at Burkesconstruction camp six miles resulted in the instant death four Italian laborers and injury of a score of Two More April her of lives known to haye been lost In the fire of April 12 wasIncreased to fifteen by thediscovery of twb Lightning Kills an April Wai lace age lecturer and demonstrator at the medical college I quite agree with your chairman W1W when he says that In the history ot while Philippines to Outlaw Playing Flaying cards are doomed to disap pear In the the Intercourse between China and America there has been no time when there were so few matters of contro versy requiring There Is no mist or cloud such as I am sorry to say existed some years ago and which happily has been In thfe connection I am referring to the incident which Iswell known to you mean the boycott on American It was alleged that I started the or If that I Inspired I cannot understand how this ab surd rumor I can say that It was one of the most malicious libels that could be as It had not the least The boycott was started in Shang hai and in the south of while I was one of the ministers in the for eign office in Peking and I and my col leagues were doing all we could to stop the Legislation to now In the course of preparation to prohibit the manufacture of these cards In the Islands and their Importation from other The punishment for the Importation of such nMKban dlse la to be fixed at COO for ev ery packet Imported or manufactured For the possession of a park of there will be a fine of 100 for pack and In both the cards will be confiscated and de Compulsory Education In The board of education in has proposed to punish either the father or brother of any child above seven years old who la not Mat to school and has consulted high commissioners who are compiling law codes to place the new In the new Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts promptly yet gently on the through which the cold to forced out of the and at the same time It allays by Harry ENGLANDSAYS and strictly prohibits the sale of alum baking So does France So does Germany The sale of alum foods has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colum and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized at JQ protcct vouRcIf against when ordering baking Sayptainfy M RAlCUIA KUTALpowDER and be very sure you get Royal Royal is the only   

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