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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED APRIL t CENTS FUR This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSOH FURNITURE THE D1Q JTORC Afrtt B B dressy frocks for Stylish new Coats and Suits for all dress occasions or general Seasons choicest productions Jbr Little Walking Linen or Dotted fully to White Reefen or to Cream Walking ford Cloth Reefers Golf Mixtures vast assortment to Pongee to White Lawn Drasses ftrtmd with Pink or Blue now also new Gretohen daino and to New Russian Dresses with imported Colored border White Collart to New White Madras or Dainty White BaHste or embroidery to Pretty Colored Wash Gut to BOGGS NORTH Fresh Fish I Yellow Perch Blue Pike 5 Lake Erie White Fish DETERMINED TO PASS IT Backers ofAldrich Currency Bill Will Attempt to Overcome Tremendous Odds LEADERS ARE PERSISTENT Frame Up Plan to Put Currency Bill Through April conference on currency legislation between house and senate leaders was attended by Speaker Cannon and Senator The judgment of the conference was that the program lately decided on can be put This program calls for a caucus of the Republican members of the house to determine the passage of a bill creating a com mission to Investigate the subject and to report on remedial legislation at the next It Is further the de sire of the house Republican leaders to put through the Vreeland which embodies what are thought to be the best features of the Aldrlch All that the senate leaders ask of the house leaders Is to enact some man ner of financial legislation so that the senate will have a measure to use as a working all thought of enact ing the Aldrlch bill in the form in which it passed the senate having been The program Is then to have the senate strike out everything after the enacting clause in the house bill and to insert the Aldrlch This will lave the effect of throwing the amend ed bill into and care will e exercised both In the senate and ho house to appoint as conferees members who favor some legislation at this It will be the task of the conferees to patch up from the Aldrich bill and Vreeland and the commission bill a modified act embody ng such provisions as the leaders fel sure of putting through the two New April currency commission of tbe American Bankers ssociation has placed itself on record B unqualifiedly opposed to the Vreeland bill and to all other emer gency measures based on the unsound irlnciple of bondsecured That lifeless feeling that with spring and early an be quickly changed to a feeling f buoyancy and energy by the Ju Iclous use of Snoops Restor The Restorative is a genuine to rundown and ut afew dosesis needed to uatlsfy ho user that Snoops Restorative s actually reaching that tired FAITHFUL SERVANT GONE Such Is Comment of King on Deatl of Late April He was the faithful servant of his country 1 am truly sorry he has is the ex presslon King Edward used on hearing at Copenhagen of the death of Sir Henry Campbell and I well expresses the deep feeling of re as for a personal underly ing the tributes given In ungrudging measure by public men and newspa pers of all shades of Sir Henry for mer British died at his old clai residence In Downing The end was He had been un conscious most of the time during the last two or three days and his sinking was A few hours before his death telegrams were dispatched to King who with Queen Alex Is visiting the Danish royal family at Copenhagen the Prince of Wales and the cabinet Sir Henry CampbellBannerman was born He was the young est son of the late Sir James Camp ball of for some time lord provost of He assumed the additional name un der the will of his maternal the late Henry Bannerman of Hunton who bequeathed to him a large He attended Glasgow university and Trinity In 18GO he married daughter of Major General Sir Charles She died In and from that time Sir Henrys decline In health may be For nearly forty years he sat In the same the Stirling and his record of office goes back to when he was financial secretary to the war which post he held a sec ond time from 1880 to WHOLL DO THE CHURNING Senate Jokes About Appropriation Foi Cows For the April The provi sions for the purchase of automobllei and cows contained in the naval ap proprlatton bill called forth special In terest shortly after that measure was taken up by the Heyburc criticized appropriating for cows foi other than hospital as he he Indoor life of winter nearly all dld not 8ee what they nad to do wlth the navy except in connection with Are we to have dairies on ship board he If we are to provide for sea suggested that will be more appropriate for the And water said Where the word horse said let it be horse We might suggested Per who sailed around Cape Horn before the mast when be was a young Include the dog watch on every We have not even provided for a much less for the sea Tlien the senate relapsed into a state of which some senators seemed to fear hnd been jeopardized by the exchange of marine pleasan ays leads to sluggish and to luggish circulation in The ustomary lack of exercise and out oor air ties up the stagnates and ofttimes weakens Hearts Use Shoops testoratlve a few weeks and all will e A few days test will ell you that you are using the right You will easily and surely ote the change from day to old by Harry BALTIMDREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Oi Arlington Hotel FOR RENT 5 Rooms With Bath EAGLE STREET A Pine Home for a Small Family Giliespie EUREKA I Have Found It at Last Found what Why that Chamber ains Salve cures eczema and all lanner of itching of the I have eem afflicted for many years with tin I had to get up three r four times every night and wash ith oold water to allay the terrible but since using this salve in the itching has and has not troubled Ider John or sole by Greenville and can be quickly stopped by one of Shoops Pink Pain Pain always means congestion unnatuarl blood pres Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax congested blood away from blood These Tablets by druggists as Shoops Headache equalize tho blood circulation and then pain always departs in 20 20 Tablets 25 Write Racine for free Sold by Harry Kodol Is today tne best known rem dy or all disorders of the jucli as heart sour stomach and belching of Sold by Harry West McDonald Eckles coal office at the new a 17tf Store News KECK It 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 Coata and Wash Suits and Shirt a Repairing All of Furniture NO Saw Filing Fritz t Goes Visiting at April Mary Ann age has gone to Urbana to spend the summer with a She claims to see and hear as well as could a halfcentury April Anna seventeen years saved this town from probable destruction by She discovered a business house in flames and ran through the deserted streets in her night dress and started the fire The volunteer flre de after a hard fight saved the One business block was de stroyed with April In re sponse to a newspaper advertisement to the effect that if were forwarded to a hrm In there would be sent In return ten yards of a large number of per sons in this vicinity availed them selves of what looked like a A majority of the customers have re ceived ten yards of silk thread April new enemy to sheep has appeared on the Spencer Gardner farm near Greene A pipeline walker crossing the farm noticed a horse carrying a lamb in his He called at the farmhouse and notified the While he was talking to the farmer the horse dashed through a flock of sheep and picked up another which was dead before the owner could roach tho April home of Harriet Wyatt near Amesville was works for the opened flre on the burglar as he left the The burglar dropped a sack which he had filled with silver gold watches and In the morning It was dis covered that he had been shot and had hidden in an where he dressed his A trail of blood led aWay from the SPEAKER BIG fflrtEEJDfiTED Dalzell and Payne Are Ac cused of Trickery by News paper Publishers THEIR MOTIVES MISTRUSTED Resolutions Fathered by Them For In qulry Into Paper Trust Alleged to Be Subterfuge So That Stevenss Free Pulp Bill Will New April was a notable gathering of editors and pub lishers at the WaldorfAstoria last the occasion being a joint ban quet of the Associated Press and the American Newspaper Publishers as both of which are holding their annual meetings In this Every state and territory of the United States was represented by those who have earned distinction lu the news paper and their guests in cluded William Jennings Unit ed States Senator Philander Knox of Pennsylvania and others of public At a meeting of the Newspaper Pub ishers association a resolution was adopted thanking President Roosevelt lor his kindly and courageous message n favor of free pulp oiid print Another resolution was which reads as follows The American Newspaper Publish ers comprising represent atives of daily newspapers printed in every section of the country and gath ered In annual protests against the subterfuge just designed y Speaker Cannon and Represent atives Payne and creating a committee on paper inquiry and there y blocking the Stevens bill for free paper and free We charge that his device was inspired In bad Since early in a com mittee of this body has been clamor ng at the doors of the ways and means committee for an opportunity o show the power of Illegal comblnn lons of papermakers to raise paper prices and effect thereon of existing ariff Payne and Jalzell have repulsed all such speaker of the house has turned away his face whenever any member tried to raise the Issue on the floor of the Sudden Change of We are now amazed to find that Payne and Dalzell have changed their tactics and avow a desire to study the tariff phases of this paper They say they want the whole matter investigated though they know that such inquiry will carry over the entire proposition to the next session of con They now pose as champions who have been eagerly asking for that which for four months they had the power to refuse and which they did With the utmost respect and defer ence for the authority of congress we respectfully state that we mistrust the committee Just We challenge the Intentions of those who have thus far succeeded In sidetrack ing the Stevens We charge that action on the Stevens bill has been delayed to the advantage of a combi nation of in a des perate effort to maintain artificial prices upon a declining have shut down nearly 50 per cent of their mills and by throwing Into Idle ness a considerable number of their have shown the Insincerity of their professions that the tariff duty on paper was needed to protect that MUST FILE EXPENSE LIST Attorney General Says Candi dates Must File Detail State ment of Campaign Expense PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE Deslarts Are Candidates Corrupt Practices April answe to an Inquiry by Secretary of the Commonwealth McAfee Attorney Gen eral Todd has given an opinion hold Ing the corrupt practices act o March requires expense ac counts to be filed for primary elec The opinion says Every candidate for nomination a any primary caucus or con ventlon within dfleen days after the same is If the amount re celved or expended by him exceeds the sum of file with the proper offl a true and detailed account subscribed and sworn to by set ting forth each and every sum of money received or dls bursed by him for election McAfee also asked this question Can any candidate for nomination at a primary election appoint a com which can in turn choose a through whom all expenses and disbursements can be and Lhe filing of whose account within hlrty days will the candidate ilmself from filing such an account On this Todd decides The act under discussion In nowise recognizes committees or treasurers of committees in primary election mat they being recognized only in enerol is therefore no warrant or authority of law for the llsbursement of money through a com mlttee or by its treasurer so far ae primary elections are but each candidate must be responsible or all disbursements made in his be lalf and Include them In his Moneys furnished by the candidate to committee or the treasurer of n to be disbursed in the in erest of the are moneys lisbursed by such candidate and as uch must be included in his MATCHES IN HER Goes Up In April Theodore with Captain Fltzhugh the presidents military and Captain Chandler of the signal in charge of the experiments with army made an ascension from this Shortly after the start an accident was narrowly averted by the throwing out of after which the balloon went up and began Clarence who the journey in a northerly The balloon Janded safely at Wilming at 6 ir Propose Tribute to Henry New April play ers and followers of U e game oat the country are to be asked to con tribute to a fund to le used In the erection in Qreenwcbd of a memorlalmonument to Henry the fifther of base who died recently American Actress Describes Incident That Might Have Been It is proverbial among customs offl flls that next to being flattered a wo man ioves to Actresses are 10 to and an amus ng incident that came near being a tragedy recently occurred to an Ameri can actress who yielded to the fern nine weakness for outwitting revenue says a London correspondent of the New York Her name Is a familiar one to New York theater and It Is not unknown in Lon but it would be unfair to give as even now the French authorities might make it unpleasant When I went over to Pnris recent she I took along two dozen oxes of English matches which a rlend of mine there who smokes asked me to bring as she cant endure hose snippy littlt French mntchpi that never 1 dumped tbe whole lot nto my hnnd and when we were rawing utur Purls I opened the bug o see everything WHS in order for lie customs officials In case they felt ncilued to rummage in as they ometluies I had forgotten all about those but there they were in mass It as though tbe bag was full of Then I remembered aklng matches into France Is about tie most serious offense you can com mit The duty Is something like a shilling a and I knew if I was caught with them It would cost me more than Tetrazzlnl could earn In a whole The pockets of my cloak and skirt were already stuffed full of packages of and there was only one thing to and that was to put them in my I did and did it quickly Fortunately I was alone In the and so there wns no em barrassment in that I had no more than got the last one tucked In than the train drew Into tho Gare As soon as I stood up to get out I discovered that In hurry I bud made one grand I had put matches between my lens Instead of on tho so that when 1 tried to walk It was almost Impossi Those bunches of matches kept bitting cucli and I was In con stant fear Unit they would go off and set lire to my The only way I could move was to walk strad dled just as though I was riding cross People stared at I I had some kind of Never did I put In such a miserable half hour as I did walking around that station getting my luggage 1 was lii constant fear that I would be caught or that 1 would burst Into never will 1 smuggle mutches lu niy stock George who wan also n listener to this It Is n lucky thins your stockings were uol of a warm Solve Lifes To resolutely and day alt er commend ourselves to the hand of to d our to simply and sincerely as pofoj our path should 311 ii tbe Issue humbly Horn Ointment TJpton I poison of any kind a TRI8TATENEWS IN BHIEF April Jane Anderson of Fleming was burned to She fell while carrying an oil April of the Colllnwood school flre victims are pe titioning Rockefeller to build a memo rial to April employed on the Erie fell over board near the lifesaving station and was April eleven children of James Sloneburner of Forest are critically 111 with scarlet fever and six are not expected to re April Lear age general freight agent of the Lake Alliance and Wheel ing dropped dead from heart April Miss Clara Corder of Smlthfleld has be gun suit for breach of promise against Clarke Goodwin of near She demands April are about completed for the erection of three now coke plants by the Frlck company in the Connellsvllle They will cost April With president of the Society for Savings of this the largest sav ings bank in died suddenly fol lowing an operation for stomach April com pany is being formed here to pull down the big Bridgeport hill and raise Wheeling Island above the 1884 flood The enterprise will Involve April he owned the canine that followed at his Frank an Ital thought he could test the sharp ness of his knife upon the He off Its The Italian was sent to April 400 men were laid off atthe mines of the Rochester and Flttsburg company at Indiana The company says there is no market for its prod Many other mines in the county are reducing their April who was sent up for seven years for embezzling and wrecking he New Holland bank In Plckaway was released from the peniten tiary on completion of his He was met at the gate by his wife and April a mark of respect to the memory of Henry the father of President Carpenter of the Tristote eague has requested the managers of ristate teams to display their flags at lalfmast this the time set or the obsequies of Chad April lons against a repetition of the Darr mine horror are being taken at several mines in the Contracts have een let for the construction of all shafts at the Darr mine at Jacobs the Forest Hill mine at Smith lale and Ocean 2 at Scott April riders aided through the East Fork valley n the neighborhood of do troylng a number of tobacco At a meeting held at Batavia a few weeks since a majority of growers en ered the nocrop agreement for the year and this raid cleans out the few eft who failed or refused to April When Harry Abraham opened the store of David a junk he was startled by the squealing of rats In an empty He attacked them with a club and a fierce battle fol There were thirteen in and they fought him jumping at him and scratching He finally came out PAPER If to Roosevelt by Con gress Will Be Sunk by Veto Torpedo SENATE GETS A STRAIGHT TIP If Ships Are Authorized Without Ap propriation Being Made For Them President Declares He Will Veto Naval Takes In April President Roosevelt will veto the naval appro priation bill should the as did fail to make any appropria tion for two battleships which were authorized In the The prompt announcement of this fact to senate leaders is regarded aa responsible for the announcement of Hale that he should propose an amendment appropriation of toward the construction of these The president stated his position on this point with equal emphasis and suddenness upon learning that the bill a passed by the house was simply a paper provision for naval Authorization of the ships was made but no money carried to make the pro vision Such legislation aa the president made known to his numerous congressional was a ravesty as to as well as tearing all the earmarks of legisla lve That the presidents quick and vig orous action is to be effective is evi denced by the action of Chairman Hale of the senate naval committee In announcing that at the time he will propose the amend As to his threat of tha president makes it plain that should wisdom of congress result in the lassage of a bill providing for no na val Increase ho would have no ground on which to veto the meas Any attempt at what he regards as a travesty on legislation by author ting but not appropriating for ic he will defeat by the ex ercise of his constitutional power of There is not the slightest indica ion that the president has ceased his t for four new Sena ors who are with the president In his fight on this proposition admit that a careful survey of their strength in the senate gives but a vote of twentyBiz n that body in favor of the naval program for four Significance Is attached to this of thesenate in that it Is saidto shoi a loss to the president of some of his stanchest supporters In that Sen ator Lodge is understood to have quit the fight for the full naval program advocated by the president and to have given his reasons personally to the president for doing The loss of the influence of the Massachusetts senator is responsible for the weak ness shown by the as it is be lieved by those favoring the program that had the presidents senatorial supporters entered the fight with vigor his desire might have been Administration officials have practi cally abandoned the expectation that the senate will at this session of con gress authorize the president to take punitive measures against Venezuela for her refusal to refer to arbitration the disputed claims of American citi zens and corporations against that Persons or firms having in terests in Venezuela which would be adversely affected by punitive meas ures have urged that nothing be while no sentiment has developed In favor of drastic President Roosevelt signed the em ployers liability bill upon receiving an opinion from Attorney General Bon aparte that the measure was constitu For Whooping Give Chamberlains Cough It will keep the cough expec toration easy and render the fits of coughing less frequent and se It Is safe and For sals by Greenville and McDonald and Eckles hare tnelr office at the corner of Main and ifl The Golfers Paradise Hotel Rider Cambridge Here you find everything that makes the game delightful magnificent invigorating pleasant company and the complete equipment of the Rider swimming gymnasiums jp ition to superb and famous mineral   

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