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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED APRIL 2 CENTS PER This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hposier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE COAPflNY THE PSQ JTORE 4 April B B dress goods priced English Suitings 54 inches wide and 54 inches wide 75c and 54 inches wide 50c and 75c Suitings 54 inches wide Goods bot under price desirable Goods for any dress If ever spot cash at the right time bot Fine Goods under price this was that as will be demonstrated to any who sei the colors and qualities all New fine high class Tailor to a Dressy Paris Novelties eheer and semi sheer to Lot 45c American Dress Goods BOGGS NORTH Fresh Fish I Yelkw Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BALTIMQREOYSTERS AT THE I Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET j West Ot Arlington Hotel VERY LOW ONEWAY RATES PACIFIC COAST AND POINTS WEST VIA NICKEL PLATE Tickets dally to April Ask Agent or Erie a4114825 THIS SOUNDS LIKE RUSSIA Foreigner Released From Fayette County One Knows Why He Was Imprisoned ONLY A FOREIGNER Kept In Jail at Uniontown Over Year Without April would seem Incredible that In this age a man could foe Imprisoned for more than a year In the jail of this county In this town not knowing himself the reason or cause of his his Identity unknown to the county officials and no entry affecting him or his alleged offense to be found any where In the public yet such Is the The man is a His name Is Elex Ho was recently released from Jail after more than twelve months confinement be cause no ground could be found for his further detention nor Indeed for his detention at any He might be still In jail had there not been a change In The new sheriff Is Peter During one of his late official enumer ations of the many of the Jail his attention was called for some rea son to this man The con clusion of the officials was that Len chack had been arrested for The county commissioners ordered his His board had cost the county about The poor fellow was so glad to get out that his expressions of so far as he was nble to make this sentiment were most Senator Camden April Senator Johnson Newton next to Henry Davis the wealthiest man in West died in Balti more after a weeks He was stricken while on his way to his home here from his winter cottage at His wealth is variously estimated from to Big Strike April Ca nadian Pacific shops have closed and will remain closed until the men agree to new terms proposed by the company after abrogating an agreement entered into a year Employes Jn the shops from Van couver to completed a federation last week and men organized to resist the companys A strike appears Daily 1 Thought is food for the spirit as much us bread is food for the Eating cocoanutcustard Everybody sings ifle pralaes of co pie If Its made Just right so as to melt in ones hut a soggy pie will spoil the entire meal and Injure the It is now possible for everyone to luive good pie as grocers are selling each package containing Just the proper ingredients for two Varieties and 10 cents per Order the custard for cosoanutcus tard Gentle and A wellknown Manitoba editor writes As an Inside worker I find Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Invaluable for the touches of biliousness natural to sedentary ihelr action being gentle and effec clearing the digestive tract and the 25 Samples Greenville and Kodol is today ttie best known rem or all disorders of the ueh as heart sour stomach and belching of Sold liv Harry Store News KECK If you are Interested in Carpets or Rugs now Is the lime 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 anil We will also take pleasure In showing you more than fnough of Spring Coats and Waul Suits and Shirt a Repairino All Kinds of Furniture NO Saw Filing a Fritz 155 Columbia 383 Bell MONEY TO LOAN Main ly IN BftlEF Arrll ago was killed in an at tempt to board a freight play ing along the Lehlgli canal Henry age fell In and was April cause her mother scolded Pearl age took a fatal draught of carbolic April a was found dead from asphyxiation in the cellar of his Miller had been an April Ing consumption through frequenting a rollerskating Miss Catherine age is dead April for fourteen years postmas ter at South died at his home here of age April new trolley line within a year will connect New Hermlnle and West New April Harry ago Is dead at Haw near the third of three playmates to die from eating wild April Charles Miller was taken suddenly ill on his way home from New A special train was run from Meadville for his April expense account filed by John suc cessful candidate for congress in the WashingtonLawrence shows expenditures of April Mul age who came to Corry from to attend the fu neral of his was killed while at tempting to board a freight April body of Michael an Allentown who was swept away In flood last was found in the Lehigh The body floated eighteen April Willis of a charged with the killing of Cameron a wealthy horseman of was convicted of murder in the first April C of the state police has departed for Its barracks in The strike of tne employes of the Chester Traction company is unchanged aud there Is no April man Smay of Jeannette and Conduc tor John Cunningham of Pltcairn were killed when a tender and ca boose Jumped the Pennsylvania tracka at April Wallace age who attended a game of baseball at Cam bria was riding back to his home at Lilly on a freight when he fell off and was April hun dred miners quit work at the Big Sunshine mine of the South Fork Coal If the trouble is not promptly there is danger of the mine being April alias who will be tried at Philippi on May 2C for robbing the postofllce at was brought At that time Operator Hutchlnson was April prominent in the United Mlneworkers and a member of the banking com mittee of and shaft com mitted suicide at his home here by taking He is a brother ot sheriff Con Allen of Clearfield and Is survived by a widow and five April body of Ray age who was drowned near Dauphin three weeks was found in the Susquehanna More than 100 persons had dragged the river for miles for the body In It was seen by a young man walking over one of the April Central Labor union of this city has adopted resolutions calling upon President Roosevelt to investigate charges that Superintendent Landls of the Phila delphia mint has violated the eight hour law and the presidents orders governing the observance of legal New April ap peal for signed by nearly every lawyer of the Lawrence county WM forwarded to Qovernor Stu art In behalf of Roaarlo an eighteenyearold Italian under sen tence to be banged May al leged the Jurors were prejudiced against Result of Collision of American Liner Paul With Gladiator SNOWSTORM CAUSES DISASTER Captain and Several Officers on the Bridge Kept Sharp Lookout But Could Not See Com pelled Ship April total num ber of dead and missing of the Gladia tors crow as a result of he collision between the American liner Paul and the British cruiser off the Isle of Wight is Tim admiralty late last night Issued ri revised list of the names of the Ulndlalor which Includes an additional death in the the total of deaths known up to Twentythree men are according to the and six are suffering severe In The secretary of the admiralty expresses fear there are still eight others but is unable to give the nanies as Divers have searched part of the sunken cruiser for but were not successful in finding The Paul left Southampton an hour behind her usual time of the delay being due to the belated ar rival of the passenger which was blocked by snowdrifts on the trip from The weather was com paratively clear In Southampton wa but Immediately the Paul turned into the which runi parallel to the Isle of she en countered a terrific snow Cap tain Passow and his chief with the American lines regular were on the bridge and a lookout was post ed in the Suddenly a ship appeared immedi ately in front of It was the Orders were given on tha Instant for full speed astern in an en deavor to clear tlie but it was too1 The Pauls sharp stem rammed the anchored vessel amid ships she quivered and reeled and the passengers rushed on deck in great the women on the verge of a The officers and crew acted with the greatest coolness and all eyed the terror with as fine a display of discipline though she the besttrained Five lifeboats were lowered within a few minutes to rescue the crew of the which had sustained a The cruis er began to sink almost at Her men gave a magnificent demonstration of At the captains com mand they formed in line on the deck and stood in ranks while the cruiser settled In obedience to orders successive batches marched to the gangways and entered the Pauls boats until practically the whole crew had been taken off and landed at on the Isle of The Gladiators crew numbered 450 men and Captain Walter Lumsden was the last to leave his The opinion among shipping men and naval officers aud officials appears to be unanimous that the accident was being one of the chances of the sea which all seamen must There will be the usual naval court and an inquiry by the board of All witnesses of the disaster agree practically that both crews behaved as well as Coming so soon after the loss of the torpedoboat destroyer which was sunk by the cruiser Berwick off the Isle of Wight on April 3 thirtysix men being the sinking of the Gladiator is a severe blow to the British Clans Are April quarters will be opened today for the Republican state which will be held here on The convention will nominate a candidate for the superior Judge Porter of Plttsburg being likely to suc ceed himself four delegatesatlarge and two The prob able delegates will be Governor Stu Colonel Colonel James and Representative Habgood ot Me Kean Killed In Chicken Coop April Har a died in a hospital from Injuries received In a fight with Po Jiceman who attempted to arrest him for chicken Harrison drew a razor and slashed the though terribly got but his revolver and shot five bullets into the With the assistance a civil ian Carr disarmed Harrison andtied him to a tree until the patrol Carr is In a serious To Run on Dry April candidate for assembly from the Altoona district on the Republican who was defeated at the recent primary election by re oelred several votes In the Prohibi tion column and Is the regular Prohi bition He will probably make the run aa the Prohibition CREDITORS WERE GRIEVED Because Due de Chautnes Has Gone Owing More Than He Could Pay DEAD NOT SPARED Paris Newspapers Make Unkind Ref erences to the Due de April the celebra tion of a solemn requiem at the Church of Phllllpe du Roule today the body of the Due de Chaulnes will be conveyed to where a second service will be held after which the body will be Interred In the mortuary chapel of the historic The newspapers of Paris give much prominence to his tragic The Matin concluded Its article with these words The descendant of an Illus trious favorite of Catherine de at last returned to France with a mil lionaire His creditors were much elated only to find that the marriage had occurred under a regime of sepa ration of property and that his per sonal fortune had not been Now comes this sudden death and it Is a for at heart he was a good His American wife is now a but she Is still the Duchess de Let us hope that this which has weighed so heavily on cer tain women of the younger branches of the may be lightened for April was an echo of the famous ice gorge and flood of 1904 In the Dauphin coun ty court when the Duffy estate secured a verdict of against the York Haven Power The claim was based on the erection of a it was caused an is land in the Susquehanna to be April by means of a lured March a Charlerol from his place of busi ness to lock 4 at beat him into deprived him of his money and threw his supposedly lifeless body from the Dil Hngsy was found under the His left leg Is right arm dislo cated and his body badly PLAN FORGRAND LODGE Quaker City to Make Odd Fellows Visit April are practically complete for the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows in this city the week of May The entertaining host Includes a delegate from each Philadelphia Serv ices by the Russell Conwell at the Grace Baptist temple May will mark the opening of con vention Grand lodge members and visitors on Monday will be officially greetedby Mayor and the city hall will be Local lodges have ar ranged a boat ride on the Delaware numerous sightseeing trips and receptions and dinners In addition to the formal entertain ment the Robekahs have planned many delightful affairs for their The Information bureau and the reception rooms are to be in the Odd Fellows Broad and Cherry while across the street in the Lyric theater sessions of the grand lodge will be NIGHT RIDERS IN OHIO Officers and Guns Sent to Protect bacco From April Fire Marshal Creamer received a telephone message from George Barnes of Brown county Informing him that a large band of night a majority of whom crossed the Ohio from the Kentucky side near set fire to a large tobacco barn nine miles from Georgetown and burned It with Its con pounds of burley Detectives and deputy marshals have gone to the Governor Harris received a request for the loan of guns to the organized tobacco growers to be used fn the protection of their The gov ernor has no authority to loan guns furnished by the federal but can furnish about seventyfive old guns not so nas Liberal April and law and order who have been agitating the enforcement of blue laws In have not re ceived much encouragement from Mayor He has refused to Issue an order against the sale of fruits and holds Sun day baseball as harmless but forbids the playing of games during the hours of church services on Sun day mornings or on lots near the churches at any time on the He has designated localities in which there will be no Interference with Sun day Pardons an Innocent April ident Roosevelt pardoned Albert who was sent here for life from nine years charged with an assault on a little Attorney Pinch of the depart ment of Justice after an Investigation reported he was satisfied that Worrel was Submit Questions to April joint state convention of Illinois coal min ers and operators has ended in a dead It was decided to refer both the shotfirer question nnd tlie union shop proposition to a referendum vote while the mines of Illinois remain Results of the referendum will be made known on May If an agree ment on the two questions is a contract will be signed for two Carpenter Makes New April Carpenter of the Trlstate league has promulgated a rule to stop players from cutting For such offense the player will be fined and put out of the Useless Languid all Is money aint Dry Dee knows it frum I wunst found a five dollar bill near de center UP a prohibition More men are drowned In the bowl than iu the Fountain It Is a popular fallacy that fountain pens are quite a modern As a matter of an old work of ref erence published iu 1795 contains an Il lustration of a fountain the ap pearance of which Is very much like those sold at the present Its was somewhat elaborate and the pen consist Ing of various pieces ot metal which had to be screwed and unscrewed be fore the pen could be A long do you Intend to re main In Washington til congress passes a couple of neces sary laws Xou dont want to rent n Voud bet ter buy Car Inspector April a car stepped between two cars in the Altoona yards when the cars were moved He was thrown to the tracks and run dying on the way to the Woman Wins Oratory April Stewart Woodford oratorical prize of flOO In gold was won by Miss Elizabeth Miss Cook Is an Ithaca girl and a senior in the college of arts and Affords Perfect Foleys Honey and Tar affords perfect security from pnoumoula and consumption as It cures the most ob stinate coughs and We have never known a single Instance of a cold resulting In pneumonia after Foleys Honey and Tar had been tak Bessemer SLIDE DUNES 101 Crumbling Mountain Overwhelms Canadian Villa Killing at Least Thirty Persons ONE FAMILY OF ELEVEN PERISH Peace of Rural Sunday Rudely Broken by Terrible Rush of Rock and Earth From Mountain Towering Behind the Little April the little French hamlet of Notre Dame de sixteen tulles from here on the Llevre lies burled under a sliding mountain and at least thirty of its small population hare per The hamlet has no telephone or telegraph and neither is It on a rail Meager bits of news of the dis aster come in by messenger from the physicians and other Who were hurried there when the first calls for aid The river Llevre winds at the foot of the hamlet and a mountain towers behind Spring rains have been melting the snow and Ice on the moun tainand streams have been coursing down the Just as the little ham let began to stir for early mass part of the mountain started to slide to ward the Camilla LaPolntes house stood first in the path of the He and his family of eleven Eight others are Des Jardins cottage also was swept away and with her two a domestic and a hired are The sliding mass spread fanliko over part of the place and dumped It self in the swollen stream ut Its Messengers were dispatched to Pou the nearest The first messengers to Buckingham ordered twentyfive coffins to be sent to De Attorney General May April Clark attorney general of West died at his home at Lincoln His death was the result of an While he was driving his favorite team ot horses they ran May breaking his bones In two Blood poisoning and it was necessary to amputate his He was too weak to stand operation and his death May probably knew about the Virginia debt suit than any other man In West as he had been at work on It for three His death Is therefore a great loss to the state In its resistance of Virginias Im mense He was a candidate to succeed Appeal to the April committee of the board ot trade and represent atives of the striking conductors aud motormen loriuerly employed by me Chester Traction company have ar ranged to go to Washington today to see if the interstate commerce com mission or the departaieut utior and commerce can luKts any with reference to the streetcar stUive situation in this It is beaeved that the interstate commerce eouiuns sloii can look luto the matter because the lines ot the Chester Traction com pany operate between uud Foleys Orlno Laxative Is test for women and Its mild action and pleasant taste makes it prefer able to violent sucht as Cures Bessemer Phar An look me in to dinner the other He and Fred tossed and as usu Will lie never learn better than to City INFANTS OUTFITTING Fourth Complete Spring showing of Undergarments and Guimpes for Infants and There are especially excellent lines of Dresses and The Washable Dresses are ex tremely pretty and They are made of chambrays and dimities in long Dutch neck and low neck and short sleeve New Hubbard Dresses made of Sizes one to three 75c New Russian and long waist Dresses made of percales and One i to five year I New Rompers made of percales and One to eightyear slues SEND FOR NEW McCreery and Wood Street at Sixth Ja lH   

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