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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED APRIL 2 CENTS PER Final If a woman cant convince any other way that her husband her she can do it bv remembering M told her so before they were Where th Pen Tho remarked the Is mightier than the answered th man who llkjs the pomp and but It doesnt make near the showing In a reception or a Ho t This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hposier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNTVIRE THE B1Q COUPLE BURNED TO DEATH David President of the Town His Wife and Daughter the Victims April B girls tub dresses for Girls 6 to beautiful Dresses for Confirmation or any dress occi also Dresses for school anJ general White Lawn or Batiste Dresse beautiful open work embroi dered flounces to Colored Dresses Repp or to Large Plaid Gingham to Dainty Striped and figured Dimity to Cloth Mixtures and plain Spring to Tan Pongee For Junior Exceptional assortment tailor made Brown or Tan Cloth to BOGGS NORTH Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike J tf Lake Erie White Fish BALTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Ot Arlington Hotel r AND THREE BURNEDJO DEATH Burning Home at Cremates Its April persons were burnedto death and a fourth probably fatally burned in a fire which destroyed the home of David Wether bee at a village fifteen miles north of The dead David seventyfive years old sixtyfive years old Albert thirty years their Albert Lernm was badly and It lo believed he will Lernm escaped from the burning house but rushed back into the flames in an ef fort her father and She succeeded In rescuing her husband and returned for her par A moment after she entered the house the second time It The village has no firefighting ap paratus and the fire burned itself The origin is not Why Near ONLY ONE SURVIVES April Mathews Is the only survivor of a family of five as a result of pralrlo fires in the Tramping lake The father went to fight thr which were creeping down 01 their home and The house took fire and Anna eighteen years with her clothes carried her fiveyearnil broth1 er and sister to a place of She then returned for her but was too fought her way again through the sea of fire only to find that the other children had wan dered into the tire and Two Pennsylvania Banks Oil April Farm ers National bank of with a capital of and the First Na tional bank of with a capital of both In Venango have been closed by the comp trollor of the The Cllnton ville institution Is said to be a subsid iary of the Emlenton It Is be lieved the suspension is only tempo rary and that the stockholders and de positors will lose Their Bones Are Found Salt or Sulphur Wherever you find salt or sulphur says a gentleman connected with the United States geological sur you may expect to Uud the bones of mastodons and other huge creatures that have now become Many persons suppose that the presence of these bones In great numbers indicates that the animals had a sort of common like the llamas of which when they felt death coming on always made for the nearest stream or pond if they could get diet In the Is likely only a su The mastodon bones In The Roman Season the Only Time Tornadoes Sweep Southern States Killing Stores and Razing Many Homes VICTIMS ARE MOSTLY NEC Mb FortyFive Reported Dead and Sev entyflve Injured at olate Returns Coming In From Many Places In Louisiana and SENATOR HAD A MASTER Told What to Do by Wire but There Was an Error in the Message BEATEN BYJHTJEE LETTERS Insertion of Word in Telegram Switched Cassldys April an nouncement made here that the voti I ot Senator CnsBldy against the race April Sixty j track bill was due to a telegram from known all colored except Congressman Fassett at arid as many more were Injured Is the which had been tampered caused casualty report received here on the I a sensation Congressman Fas Queer Performance by the April Vas blndor of Jefferson county was nomi nated for sheriff on the Democratic ticket April That day the stork left a son his making the seventeenth child and the eleventh The birthdays of five of the chil dren come as follows April 12 and ECONOMY IN salt or sulphur marsh Indicates that the animals went there to drink the water and occasionally one got mired was The great num bers of the bones do not prove that a whole herd of mastodons was drowned at but that one being mired ev ery year or so during several centuries would in time cause a great accumula tion of Missouri has a bone marsh at Sulphur Springs there is a great mine of them at the Salt Springs In Kentucky and at several places In arc When Real Luxury Is the During the greater part of the year we have only the servants that are husbands but the porter who stands at the en trance to the palace and a general utility country boy who In the after noon puts ou a livery and nets as foot Tho women servants are n a scullery a laundress aud two maids besides my own personal This list Is not as extravagant as the same would be in Wngcjs nothing by comparlsoui Ohio and Indians saline A grfcat spring in Plori One can get a good ladys maid for 510 one of the or flve huge outj a a competent butler for lets which are grouped under the name a cook for a chambermaid for of Silver is called the bone yard because the bottom and sides are masses of mastodon Louis Eating cocoanutcustard Everybody sings We praises of co coanutcustard pie If Its made just right so as to melt In ones but a soggy pie will spoil the entire meal and injure the t Is now possible for everyone to lave good pie as grocers are selling each package containing lust the proper ingredients for two Varieties and 10 cents per Order the custard for coooanutcus ard The Missouri Girl Is a play that jleases at all It contains all he elements that go to make up an evenings In teresting strongly drawn char the funniest kind of hot specialties aud a wealth of eautiful scenery and stage effort will be spared to make this the one big comedy event of the sea At the Opera on Tues April Their fare would seem coarse to the spoiled servant of as it chiefly of mac aroni and with tea and coffee of an inferior grade and fresh meat once a We spend nothing that we can possibly help until the Roman sea Then wo have enough surplus to lornado which swept through a iior lion of Concordla and crossing the Mississippi river contin ued through the counties of Jefferson and m dis tance of fitly Hundreds of plantation cabins Noiv a small town in Southeastern was almost destroyed a The dead are estimated by physicians at from 25 to The first details wore brought to New Orleans hy train along with 17 Correspondents on the assort that not more than a dozen were but that so many suffered fatal injuries that the list will New April torna does struck seven towns In Mississippi and The death tolls of these whirlwinds as reported over badly damaged wires up to was at least with several fatally Injured and about 200 slightly The tornadoes traveled apparently in a zone hun dreds of miles wide and proceeded from west to Beginning at the western end of this the towns struck were Rich land and Walls and Bax and Bergen and In ex perienced a storm of tornado The fatalities occurred in Louisiana and Richland and which are close together in Rap Ides were apparently struck by the same Richland has 500 while Lamoure is much who Is here to attend the con gressional said that the story was On the day the racetrack bills came up in the senate Congressmen Fassett and Dwlght united in a telegram to Senator it Is when filed read John and I urge you to stand by the governor on the race track bill owing to conditions in your That when It reached Cas read as follows John and I urge you not lo sland by the governor on the racetrack Honeymoon of Due de Chaulnes and Bride Terminated by Sudden Death EXPIRES IN ARMS OF HIS WlFE Frenchman Who Recently Married Miss Theodora Shunts Is Suddenly Stricken at Hotel sicians Could Do Nothing For April the presence ot his bride of loss than three months Emmanuel Theodore Bernard Marie dAlbert de Luynes ninth Duke of Chaulues and of Picquigny and The next day when It became known Marquis of died suddenly In Washington that the governor had from heart failure at 11 oclock Thurs been beaten another telegram was sent to Cassldy as follows John aJid I think you have made a serious if not fatal Get busy move to re consider and pass the Fassett did not know until he reached the state convention that the telegram had been An Inves day night in his apartments in the Ho tel Langham In the Rue The physicians summoned to attend the duke In his sudden seizure officially gave the cause of death as embolism of the The duke and the duchess had re turned from a drive In the Bois de tigatlon was started it is It j They dined In private was found that the telegram had been changed in Fassett said he had a letter from the manager of the telegraph companys office In that city admitting the foregoing and stating that the operator responsible had been Three fatally white persons were It is reported that about 100 persons suffered slight inju The house of Ephriam Parce was blown down and his wife and baby are reported On the Wilson near fi uniler fall Ing At Lamoure one negro was the Texas and Pacific railroad stallon was damaged and four other buildings were partly At several persons were injured and the property damages probably will reach About a dozen build ings were among them a wooden in which there were about fifty children when the get an additional number of maids and I Bt0rm Teachers realized the a long row of footmen those for th most part young women and men from the village of our own and both In our country villa and In our Roman palace we open all the rooms that for eight mouths have been closed and for four months live In An Expatriate In Everybodys Mnga Centre ana A wellknown Manitoba editor writes As an inside worker I find llmmberlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets Invaluable for the touches of biliousness natural to sedentary heir action being gentle and effec clearing the digestive tract and he 25 Samples Greenville and Kodol Is today the best known rem idy or all disorders of the iuch as heart sour stomach and belching of Sold y Harry Store News KECK If you are Interested in Carpets or Hugs now is the time for you to come n and look over our Immense line of these We received additions this week to our showing of Spring Suits for la lies and We will also take pleasure in showing you more than mough of Spring Coats and Wash Suits and Shirt a Repairing All Kindt of Furniture NO Saw fjllng a K W jell His Parting Tho Into Catholic bishop Ire used often to tell this story with much I was suddenly call he from tny home to ser nn unfortunate sailor who had been oust ashore from a wreck and was lying speechless on the but not quite The lifes in him your stirred a so 1 stooped down and said to My poor youre nearly but just try to say one little word or make one little sign to show that you are dying In the true So ho opened one of his eyes just a and he Bloody end to the pope aud so Every Bird a Wheres the wind scoffed the sail look at the Theyll tell Dont you know that every birds n weathercock Stop molstenln your finger and holdln It he wont on in a tono of The practice aint hardly Look at the birds Is all you got to for every bird sets with Its head always straight at the Every live bird In a tree is as reliable a weathercock as them dead birds on the York A Bit one thing about my makes up her mind If she cant afford a thing that she doesnt need like my only she buys it first and makes up her mind Possibly the fact that the optimist sees the doughnut and the pessimist the hole Is due to the further fact that the optimist has mostly doughnuts And the pessimist mostly Ambition Is like both of delays and More than nine out ot every ter cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the due to cold or damp weather or chronic In such cases no in treatment Is The free application of Chamberlains Llnlmbnt Is all that is and it la certain to glye it and pee tor yourielf bow peril in time to get the children into places of The wind lifted off the roof of the school building and then blew down the Bergen and were two of the worst sufferers from the with loss of life reported at both Reports from Bergen said two had been killed there and that other lives had been lost near April brakeman who passed just after the storm states that the num ber of Injured will run between 50 and 100 and that several are known to be A report has just reached the city that three were killed at a small town on the Louisville and Nashville rail road between Warrior and Taft Going to April the result of deliberations at the cabinet session It was determined that Secretary Taft should go to He will sail April 30 on the gunboat A detachment of marines also will bo sent on the A number of questions between the United States and Panama and between Panama and Columbia will be negotiated during the secretarys stay on the Isthmus It Is said to be necessary that the con cessions the United States obtained from Panama provided for in a pro tocol should be embodied in a perma nent The secretary will be gone three expecting to return to the United States May The Prai rie will sail from Admiral Evans Improves Paso Robles Hot April progress made by Rear Ad miral Evans during the last five days is BO marked that those who saw the weakened old warrior when he arrived at the springs three weeks ago are The thin marked by lines of and the weak ened frame have been changed and wonderfully Inlproved by restful quiet and careful Granlteworkers1 Strike April strike of granlteworkers in Montpeller and neighboring which has kept men out of employment for eight has been Bank For April Tha Sayings Bank and Trust eompauy made application or a receiver tCHske charge of the bank and allot its COMMENCING 1QQ ANP VIA NIQKsf APRIL TRISTATEjNEWS IN BRIEF East April coming week preparations are on The date is July C April Bben president of the Union Na tional is dead as a result of New April cleaning caused the sudden death here of Abigail age liftynine who died zVprH tor generals department has begun auulting bills for April Adams and Montour being the first to file April The will of Lulu Showman of South who died last be queathed her child to its The will has just been probated at April true west ern style Jacob Marker of lielle entered a drew a re volver from a holster strapped around his waist and began shooting things Belauded in April a shot John Pen nell to Porklns escaped and the police are now in Beyond the fact that Perkins had been drinking there is no clue to tha April John Brant had a fight with Pat Boldeu and when he knocked down the lat ter he He entered a saloon and hid In an It was several hours before he was found nearly frozen to April body of Ivan the Lehigh university stu dent who was drowned while canoeing on the Delaware river at Easton on March was found floating near The young man lived at As bury April Mil an oil awakened by a started to investigate and stum bled over a The intruder sprang to his shot Miller twice and ran from the Miller IB perhaps fatally April Nathan Goff in the United Slates cir cuit court has entered an order where by the United States Express com pany may no longer receive or deliver in the state of West Virginia shipments of April Car negie has fulfilled hio offor to Ducti le college made three years ago lo give for a science hall on con dllfon that an equal amount should be raised by the The collego will build a threestoiy chemistry la boratory at Martins April tyseven no two were the plunder secured by burglars who broke the show window of Reuben There were thirtyseven varie ties of shoes in the but being samples no two were There is no clue to the April factions waged a bitter fight at the Democratic mass The Garber faction won over the Tom Johnson The convention Indorsed Bryan for Harmon for Camp1 bell for United States senator and George White or April Lewis Fleckensteln attacked his wife with a and the duke complained of feeling ill and About 11 ho was suddenly gasped for breath and imme diately lost The duchess screamed for A maid was hur riedly dispatched for while the hotel management summoned another The two doctors arrived simultaneously and adminis tered the most powerful heart stimu lants In The duchess was holding the duke In her arms when he She was overcome by grief and could not be persuaded by some of her American who visited the to leave the bedside of her dead husband and kept vigil throughout the FatherlnLaw Hastens to Theodore Shonts was notified by of his daughters hlnr saying that he wouid take the first steamer leaving New York and come to The death of the Duo de Chaulnes comes as a startling sequel to his re cent marriage with Miss Theodora Tho dukes full name and ti tles were Emmanuel Theodore Ber nard Marie dAlbert de Luynes and Marquis of He was born in Paris in Besides his residence in the Pare Monceau quarter of he had a chateau in the department of tho He was well known for his inlerest In athletics and all forms of outdoor He came of an old and distinguished The dukedom was established In 1G21 and after the title had twica be come extinct it was reestablished in 18C9 in favor of the late dukes the late Paul dAlbert de brother of the Due de wht died when his only son was three years The dukes mother was Princess Sophie Augustinova Gallt who was noted for her She survived her husband only two The young duke and his now the Duchess who Is his senior by two were brought up In the family of their the Dowager Duchess de Wedding a Great The duke and Miss Shonts were married in New York 16 of this year at the Shonts home before hun dreds of and it was in every respect a notable and brilliant social The Due de Chaulnes Miss Shonts In Thereports of their engagement were first heard ot In but hoy were promptly denied by Miss Shonts In March ot 1907 the duke came to New York from France and was aguest at the Shonts home in this This visit was prolonged until early In when the duke returned to and It was fhen definitely announced that he was to marry the daughter of the president of the InterboroughMetro polltan Railway The Due de Chaulnes Inherited a fine patrimony from both his father and his grandmother along with his but It was generally understood that he had expended much of tune and was said to have been finan cially embarrassed before his wedding with the American Dispense With Haywoods April announce ment Is made in this weeks issue of the Miners the official Ban of the Western Federation of over the signature of first vice president and act Ing president of tho that the executive board has terminated the services of William Haywood as a representative of the federation In the Last after Hay woods acquittal at on the charge of complicity in the murder of former Governor he was superseded as secretary and treasurer of the federation by Ernest Mills on order of the executive Since that time he has been employed as a lecturer and Masked Robbers Get April Four masked after taking posses sion of the Cumberland telephone ex change and beating the operator Into compelled Assistant lashler Hnhs of the Ballard county bank of Bandana to snlock the bank and open the safe for The if April to the provision in the primary law thai one vote cast for a man makes him a candidate if he is not opposed has re sulted In the discovery that some prominent candidates on other tickets are prohibition Bedford county there Is a tie on which must bo settled by a tie A list of all nominations will be made up at the state department early in April state educational commission appointed bjj the governor to suggest changes la the school laws held a secret meeting and threshed out a number chief of which was a su pervlsion of especially It htts been suggested county superintendents be given as The next meeting of the com mission will be held In Erie three t weeks April a nature faker a young pullet In Lebanon is getting extremely She belongs to Harry On Easter Sun day the hen laid her Bust and it was a measuring nine inches in circumference and weighing eight That was the and every day since she has produced a double yolked Mitchell Is saving the eggs as He keeps his hen in his own fearing something will befall Apll operations have been resumed on tho mammoth dam and electric power plant of the McCalla Ferry Power company at on the Susque hanna Three hundred men went to work and the number will be In creased to in order to complete the plant by The dam is greater than the Assuan dam on the Nile aud the plant willgenerate 000 horsepower and iurnlsh electric power to Baltimore and For Whooping Give Chamberlains Cough It will keep the cough expec toration easy and render fits ot coughing less frequent and less se It is safe and For sale by Greenville and Fre hatchet1 as Thinking he downstairs In lay asleep in id killed he iRanged himself FleclieuBteln Confidence when that your food is of highest it has nothing in it that can injure or distress you makes the repast doubly comfortable and This supreme confidence you have when the food is raised with Bakfiog IVwc The only baking powder nude with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar There can be no   

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