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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED APRIL 2 CENT8 PER M This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built 1 More Convenient j THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE April B B girls tub dresses for Girls 6 to Dainty beautiful Dresses for Confirmation ar any dress occa also Dresses for school ami general White Lawn or Batiste Dresses with beautiful open work embroi dered flounces to Colored Dresses Repp or plain to Large Plaid Gingham to Dainty Striped and figured Dimity to Cloth Coats fancy Mixtures and plain colors latest Spring to Tan Pongee For Junior Exceptional assortment tailor made Suits Brown or Tan Cloth to BOGGS NORTH i 0 Fresh Fish TORNADO IN NEBRASKA Cyclone Sweeps Through Gumming County And Destroys Life And Property PEOPLE TOSSED ABOUT Twister Demolishes Homes and Kills Several April cyclone swept through Gumming county and Into Thurston county and three per sons are known to have been a number Injured and a number of houses Telegraph and tele phone wires are down and reports are slow In The tornado struck the house of John near and then swooped up Into the tak ing the wreckage of the and both and Both were their bodies being car ried a George Waacker and family were at lunoh when the twister struck their Three of the family were se riously The body of a little baby was picked up In the public road ten miles from The child has not been Iden but undoubtedly was brought by the cyclone from some residence which was A heavy downpour of rain and hall followed the which swept northeastwardly toward the Wlnne bago Indian where much damage Is supposed to have been the houses being of the most flimsy The storm passed within a quarter of a mile of Fender and caused consternation April to meager reports received a storm In the neighborhood of ten miles south of this kllloi three negroos and injured three white persons named Several houses were blown UP TO SPEAKEK CANNON Free Pulp and Paper Bill Will Pass If He Permits April cam paign of the newspaper publishers of the States against the tariff on wood pulp and print paper took a vig orous turn when evory member of the house received a telegram by as follows The American Newspaper associa tion in convention assembled protest against the subterfuge designed by Payne and Dalzell to prevent relief from the extortion of the paper We ask that the Stevens now throttled in the ways and means be put to a vote on the floor of the We represent the seventh largest Industry In the United States and have rights that congress Is bound to To this John Sharp the Democratic sent the following reply I oin you In your Gel the speaker to recognize me or some body else to make the motion and it will It is HI to After the telegrams had been deliv ered In the house a number of mem bers marched solemnly to Represent ative Paynes desk on which they ulled their Later In the day Williams put in a petition over his own signature asking that the house pass the legislation asked by the news pager Makes Many April numerous confessions ot Henry who is being tried for the murder of William one of the two brothers he is charged with killing last were admitted in evidence here after a hot fight between One con fession was that he hud shot at Wil liam when the latter tried to tako whisky from missed struck Curvin and then shot William as he bent over Another confession said William shot at hit Curvin then he Snyder shot Sev eral denials made by Snyder were aso Convicted of Being Common Beaver April Margaret Nye was found guilty of be ing a common scold on a charge brought by a Emma Justice Shuster fined her WAR Who Will Enlist In This Popular Movement War has been declared by our leading They are going to fight stomach troubles with Miona They feel so sure of success that they guarantee to refund the price of any COcent box that does not give satis faction and do all that Is claimed for Miona is an absolute strength ener and cure for the stomach and digestive SPEAKER Speaker Cannon said The house has appointed a special committee with the James Mann of Illi nois as to make full inves tigation touching the alleged combi nation of the manufacturers of print I have no doubt that the com mittee Is ready now to hear any mem GO AFTER Congress Demands Forfeiture of Lands Granted to Magnates Oregon Railroad CuniwAdT HAS BEEN VIOLATED 6y Overwhelming Majority House Adopts Tillman Resolution Author izing Proceedings to Recover Pos Bill Up SHES IN FAIR ITALY Madame Anna Gould Reaches a eign Shore Wilh Her Foreign Prince by Reporters April the over whelming of 24D to 8 the after several hours adopt ed without amendment the senate joint resolution authorizing the attor ney general to file suits against the Oregon and California Railroad com pany for the forfeiture of all or part of acres of land grants In the western part of It Is claimed by the government that by reason of breaches and violations of the acts making the grants the railroad com pany has forfeited all right to the land In The sentiment of the house waa practically unanimous that the suits would work no hardships on bona fide purchasers of homesteads from the The resolution was introduced in the senate by Senator Tillman and passed that The lands in question constitute a small but rich empire in southwest The Harriman railroad inter ests are alleged to have violated the restrictions under which they received the grant to the acres in This land was granted to the company in Before any land had been patented the United States amended the grant so that the land had to be sold to ac tual settlers only in quantities not to exceed ICO acres and for not more than an Since 1893 the Harriman manage ment has sold the irrespective of the it is to individuals ANNA ARHIVES TODAY Dear Prince Helle Has Awful Time With April that he had been driven almost to desperation Prince Helle de Sagan left the hotel at which he had been staying and took an apartment on the Corao Vlttorlo Manucle under tlie name of Louis He expressed regret at the delay of the steamer Frledrlch der on which Anna Gould Is a which arrived a day Us he would mean protection from being victim ized by damned reporters of two hemi In trying to escape the close watch the newspapermen have placed on him the prince drove along the To ledo sea but soon discovered that his driver was In league with the cabdrlvers of his ani mated signals passing between them by means of their He returned at once to his The prince wont to the theater In the but soon realized that all the convenient places near htm were occupied by He left In dis exclaiming I thought It Impos sible to be worse treated than In The prince has engaged a magnifi cent apartment dating from Friday at Bertollnis Palace which domi nates Naples and from which a splen did view of the gulf and Mount Ve suvius may be It Is presumed that the has been engaged for TRISTATEJJEWS IN BRIEF April doc tors of the city are making a deter mined campaign against persons who practice in the city without a state April Steffan was killed by a passenger train at the Sixth street crossing He was the tenth person killed at the same April baby girl the lawn in There was nothing about the infant to Identify The child is extremely April After fortythree years David Wilson has received pay for two days service dur ing the Civil He did not know the government owed him The voucher was for April and mostly lumbermen Qeorgl and John Augustine were lined from the middle in sections of for seining fish in Ounlaps and in some cases of Charles Frank Rob acres and for as much as bins and Jack Dolan wore fined berof association or acre Within the last year or two for dynamiting fish in the Monon the Associated Press touching any j the Interests jiave Jet it eahela April Lit ago whn llviil with his son and lied one eml of a piece of his blanket about his neck and the other end to his bed post and then threw himself When found he was facts or suggestions by which facts I that they will hold the rest of tne can be ascertained that will shed some as an light on the alleged I Claiming that this disregard for ho may go further and say that I am snti aw had not only led to the devasta 1 tlon of the iut defeated tlio very object of settlement for which the grant was the department of justice seeks to take the matter into the But as congress alone has jurisdiction over the public do main it Is necessary to have congress authorize the As the senate was about to conclude GAS KILLS FOUR MINERS Explosion Occurs In Ellsworth 1 at April Pour miners lost their lives In mine 1 of the Ellsworth Coal company at Ellsworth by an explosion of More than 100 men were at work at tne Nearly all escaped unin The dead Joseph fifty three years old Wasll thirty one years old Alex thirty seven years old Albert twentysix years who was the only was a widower and leaves seven chil A rescue party composed of fourteen experienced headed by Mine Inspector Henry Louttlt of spent most of the day in the devastated portions of the The which occurred In 2 heading Is supposed to have been caused when men working ahead of the air struck a pocket of which Express Companies Must April state supreme has refused to modify the decree recently entered ordering the enforcement of the Slbley The express companies had com plained that the Slbley reducing express rates 25 per was in Hughes Calls Extra April legis lature of 1908 had barely closed Its regular session before Governor Hughes caused to be filed a proclama tion summoning an extraordinary ses sion to begin on May The proclamation gives no intimation of the purpose for which the governor calls the extra He would PARADE Miners of Butler County Make Peaceable Demonslratiot i at NonUnion Mines SHERIFF HASTENS TO SCENE But Finds All Succeeds In Its Object of Calling NonUnion Miners Away From Their April for the nonunion miners and operators of the mines on the Billiard branch of the Bessemer and Lake Brie railway in the northern part ot Butler county when 240 union miners marched from Qrove City and visited the Standard owned by Harry Hamilton the Nellie owned by McFarland and the Wiridber owned by Lochrle to In duce men working in the open mines to The nonunion men left the mines and told the operators they would re fuse to The Invading union miners are led by officials ot district United Operators Of the three mines came to Butler and protection from the county au Surety of the peace warrants were Issued for ten leaders ct the union Sheriff Campbell and a force of deputies went to Hilllord to restore They found all Serious trouble is looked for when the non union men start to A call for i detachment ot state police will be asked If the deputy sheriffs cannot cope with the The operators declare the mines will positively be For three months the three mines have been operated nonunion and nine hours on a wage scale In force for three The operators declare they cannot give the miners the eight hour day and compete with the Pitts burg district on account of the quality of coal and shallow Since the agitation over the wage scale has commenced the operators have lost valuable which have gone to the Pittsburg Milton Purdy April presi dent has sent to the senate the namo of Milton Purdy to be United States judge at Minneapolis in piace of Judge Purdy WM In Summit fortyone years graduated from the Uni versity of Minnesota and from the col lege of law of that He has held many important legal and in 1901 was appointed by Judge whom he now as acting United States In he was appointed assistant attor ney general of the United States and two years later became assistant to the attorney that if these gentlemen do noc corns and give the fuels on their own mtlon they will be required to oonifi and give such facts as they have to establish their April torney General Clark May is in a critical condition at his home at Ham He was thrown from a horse a If you suffer with dlzzlj week ago and his leg was Yellcw Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish j 1 BUTIMQREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET bad taste in the coated distress after try It will not be long before all these symptoms have disappeared and you are strong and Physicians announce that it will be necessary to amputate the compli cations having set and in his weak ened condition he may not survive the April the J L Griffin will sell Miona under I twoyearold son of Bailey an absolute guarantee to refund the president of the Pennsylvania boiler money unless It curea and grandson of T Nagel April Because the Pittsburg baseball club has declined to issue passes to I ho 103 councllmen of Greater Pittsburg an ordinance has been Introduced in councils to tax the consideration of the naval approprla club a month during the play money Foleys Orino Laxative IB best for women and Its mild action and pleasant taste makes it prefer able to violent such as Cures Bessemer Phar West Ot Arlington Hotel FOR RENT 5 Rooms With Bath EAGLE STRET A Fine Home for a Small Famly Giliespie Kodol is today tne best known rem edy or all disorders of the auch as heart sour stomach and belching of Sold by Harry Store News KECK 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 many times a died last night as the result of taking medi cine that had been prescribed for his believing it was The boy was heir to one of the largest estates In April Stone has been notified of the death of two age ten and who were found dead in a field near Haw Two sons of Jacob Garuer and one of William Garuer went into a field finding some wild par ate them with the result that two of them died in a few minutes and the life of the other was saved with April Browns Masoutown and Smithflold Street Railway company hasawarded a con tract for the building of tha division running from Brownsville to Mason and several hundred men were put to work right The new system will connect with It traverses Kay Greene and Washington is 20 miles long and will give rapid t ran lit to twenty enterprising towns in the coal and coke It Is ex pected that the line will be completed within a tion bill Senator Piles of Washington proposed an amendment increasing from two to four the number of new battleships to be As sev eral senators desired to speak on the amendment the further consideration of the bill was postponed until An amendment to the naval bill was adopted appropriating to be gin construction of the two battleships authorized by the bill as it was passed by the Senator Hayner of Maryland spoke upon the constitutional right of states and executive He in sisted that the commerce act of the constitution had been interpreted as applying to the industrial life of country and a far greater degree than was contemplated by the framers of the He regretted the tendency of Democrats to look upon he president as their guide and de clared that the president could not ba accepted as his Repairing All Kinds of Furniture NO Saw Filing a A Many women mistake kidney and bladder troubles for some irregular ity peculiar to the Foleya Kid ney Remedy corecta Irregularities and makes women Carrie Bowling writer I suffered much pain bladder trouble pQjey1 W4Btf Bryan Visits Famous April Jennings Bryan visited the state capi having stopped off here for several lours because his daughter left him lere to take a train for Virginia to at end His wife and family were with him and Jere president of the Bryan met him by ap Bryan when asked his views about the Pennsylvania situa tion said I am pleased with what my friends have been doing in this state further than that I do not care to speak Costly Fire at Cape Cape April In tbe Lankenau founded by the John Laukeuau of Philadelphia and used by the German hospital ot that city as a summer swept through a portion of the Cape May point beach destroying eight buildings and entailing a loss of ing or a April Charles Set a tobacco three miles from was compelled to stand with uplifted hands while 35 or 40 night riders destroyed his tobacco Several other tobacco beds were destroyed in that April Thomas a Jeweler ot is un der treatment at Lukes hospital for injuries received in falling or be ing dragged by a trolley He was cut about the head and Apryle is visiting his parents in this April With Unit ed States Senator Dolllver as the ora tor of the fochran the handsomest building of Allegheny col was The building is the gift of Sarah Cochran of and cost It is a mens April An attempt to wreck the Poltsvillo express on the Pennsylvania railroad by precipitat ing the train from a high bridge at Manyunk Into the Schuylkill river was frustrated by the discovery of an ob struction on the tracks by Daniel Par a freight April The Outof Work compoaed of Dallastown men who were thrown out of employ ment by the recent slump in thu cigar have pitched tents along Conewago creek and will live there until business All the mem bers of the club are April William nephew of exPresident Gro ver Cleveland and junior member of the firm of Huston Cleveland of Co was sentenced as a bridge trust agent by Judge Quail of Cleveland was convicted a year ago and was given a fine of and sent to jail or five h Byrvp ally on the GOVERNOR make no statement on the The general expectation is that he will recommend for further considera tion the propositions of his annual and especial messages of this year which the legislature failed to espe cially the elimination of the sections of the PercyGray racing law and pe nal which for thirteen years has protected public gambling at race Cleveland is April con dition of former President Grover about whom alarming re ports were circulated is said by Cleveland to be Cleveland lias been suffering from rheumatic gout and stomach Lead Pills Cure Lovers April Morris Bengston shot and fatally wounded Miss Slgrid Appleholm and then killed hlmseli on a farm east of this where both were They were sweethearts and had T is a comfort to know that you are properly Benjamin Clothes leave no room for are the Standard of Style in Fashionable New and they are the best that can be The Prices are always We are the sole distributors in announi compan w 4t   

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