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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED APRIL 2 CENTS PER This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets i Every Year Built I More Convenient THE Q1BSON PURH1TURE THE D1Q JTORE TWELVE WERE DROWNED Disaster at J Caused by Tozvboat Capsizing April B B porch rugs Make the porch the cool liv able retreat it can be by carpet ing with Porch Nice Rugs are necessary on porch as in and much New importation of those barbaric Mourzouk Rugs in our own good by 6 feet 4 by 7 6 by 9 7 by 12 7 by 15 to Fiber Matting C by 9 feet 7 by 9 by to Crex Prairie Grass Rugs made our better by TVa feet 6 by 9 8 by 10 9 by to Heavy imported Straw Twine 4 by 9 feet 4 by 12 6 by 8 6 by to Heavy CMna Matting Rugs straw both by 9 feet 4 by 12 6 by 9 i by 12 9 by to BOGGS SL BUHL NORTH PA in a SHOWBOAT UPSETS Twelve of Its Occupants Washed Overboard and April per sona were one a LABOR VOTE WASTED Siye When Cast for Either of Old New April more than 500 guests In repre when the showboat Maiion capsized j sentlng practically every state and ter elght miles above the mouth of the ritory Of the United the county Francis Captain Joyce of who was In re urned to Helena bringing informa The a slxtyflveton eft Helena carrying members of a car nival company that had been playing The boat was struck by a storm and The sixtytwo passen gers and members of tla crew climbed in top of the overturned boat and the committee of New York of the new In dependence party celebrated Its sec ond annual banquet at the Hotel At the guests with Charles chairman of the New York county who was William Randolph who had assigned to him as a The Coming and Sheppard of Fort who responded to Labors engineer and a negro set out for shore Others who spoke were Charles n a Waves capsized the skiff and both were Waves ten eet high swept the overturned boat and many were washed from their ten of them drowning In sight of their RAISULI ASSASSINATED Bandit Who Gouged From John Bull Dies Violent April are In circulation here that the ban has been The native rumors current here are to the effect Raisull was ambushed by a band of Leymes while journeying toward April news agency here las what purports to be confirmation of the report of the assassinaCion of According to the report re ceived the bandit was ambushed by a number of Leymes tribesmen while returning to his home from native offered In his Other reports express doubt as to the truth of the Walsh of Thomas Hlsgen of Charles Dawson of Kentucky and John Temple Hearst declared in his speech that both the Republican and Demo cratic parties were composed of dis cordant elements and that these par ties of promises nre not given to per Hearst said I declare that the laboring man wastes his vote when he votes for either one of the old I was In congress for four years and I was on tho labor committee all that I make the statement and I defy any Democratic or Republi can congressman to disprove that the labor committee of the house of representatives is constituted and con ducted to prevent the measures in which labor Is interested from coming to a vote on the floor of the The labor committee Is organized and operated to relieve congressmen from the embarrassment of having to regis ter a public vote on labor Nothing to Fight April Wesley Republican state has arrived has opened headquarters In advance of the state convention Colonel An diews said that the platfoim Is no being considered mid that the suggest ed planks would be brought together The program as given out will be The elentorsatlarse are the only oneg not yet The Knox headquarters were opened ROOSEVELT HAPPY Said to Exult In Getting Two Dread noughts From April battle ships a year is what President Roose velt says he has accomplished through Neither House Able to Suspend Operations to Hear the dents Latest Message SENATE FOR TWO BATTLESHIPS By Vote tt 60 to 23 FourBattleship Program Was Defeated For This Pleased at the April in the senate and the house were such Hint Hie special mesHsge of the further outlining his views uii lo received but scant The message arrived late In the day and the house was HO tied up under its new rules that it could not olllelally receive the while the senate was In the midst of the coiisicloration of me naval appro priation bill under the tonminute rule when the document reached that Unlike the the senate permitted the formal presentation of the but it could not at that time be laid before the and i the time the naval bill had been dis posed of the hour was so late and the attendance so small that no attempt was made to read the The first few lines only had been pro nounced by the clerk when it was suggested that the further reading should be This suggestion was By an overwhelming vote President Roosevelts four battleship program failed in tho justas it did In the The amendment for four battleships was introduced by Senator Piles and the fight for its adoption was led by Senator Twen tythree votes were cast for the In creased the number largely being made up of recently elected sen Fifty senators voted to support the house anil the recommendation of the senate naval committee in favor of building only two The debate on the battleship amend ment lasted three days to the exclu sion of all other It was be gun by Senator Beveridge with an eloqtient appeal for the support of the president and a suggestion that the BOY PROVES HIMSELF HERO Lt vo Tfcree People and Did Almost the Same Thing Last YearOnly Fifteen HERO RESCUES THREE Young Kyte Drags Recent Bride From Reservoir at April for the heroic work oE fifteenyearold Abel Kyte three persons would have drowned In the Duquesne Reservoir at one of those rescued being Harry nineteen years a bride of less than a Accompanied by her Clyde and Willie both young Phlllppl started for a row on the In trying to change their positions they upset the boat and all were thrown Into water ten feet None of the party was able to swim and after a short struggle all The accident was witnessed by Abel who promptly plunged Into the water and soon rescued the two TRISTATEJIEWS IN BRIEF April on Lake Hrle between Cleveland and Buffalo was opened last April oxpens account of Colonel George can didate for was lied I was not but the total was April Rey burn opened bids for new 4 per cent city bonds and found that tho loan had been oversubscribed about seven April While attempting to shoot a water snake with a Flobert rifle Clyde age accidentally shot and killed his Bud age Sheriff of ButltT County Says He Is Unable to Cope With Union Miners NO VIOLENCE IS MANIFESTED Strikers Parade by NonUnion Carrying Banners Bearing Union weighted down by her heavy went to the but young who is an expert finally succeeded in bringing her to the surface and reaching Philippi was unconscious and was re vived with She was taken to the homo of her Wil liam and la suffering from Philtppis who Is an engineer on tho Pennsylvania was absent on his first run since their Kyte rescued two boys from drowning at the same place last his fight for his naval Had iarger naVy might be needed for he been victorious in having four such Membera of tho committee upbraided ships authorized at this session the I tne senator for this veiled United Slates could have dictated terms of disarmament to the nations of the This made last is understood to reveal the presidents source of strength In the naval fight which has been waged so That lifeless feeling that two ships comes with spring and early can be quickly changed to a feeling of buoyancy and energy by the ju dicious use of Shoops Restor The Restorative is a genuine tonic to rundown and but a few doses Is needed to satisfy the user that Shoops Restorative is actually reaching that tired The indoor life of winter nearly al ways leads to sluggish and to sluggish circulation in The customary lack of exercise and out door air ties up the stagnates the and ofttimes weakens the Hearts Use Shoops this with the promise of two ships a year to which the pres ident has accepted as a bona fide stip ulation on the part of the means simply a program which wf hint of war with another country and sought to make him admit that he meant At times the discussion came near becoming es pecially sharp exchanges occurlug be tween Senators Aldrich and The formers references to Bev Bridge excited Senator Smith of Mich igan to protest against the senate chamber being made a slaughter house for the young senator from Woman Rail Splitter April the death of Susan Islmlnger Stag gers Greene county loses one of Its oldest and most remarkable Staggers was the widow of Abra ham Staggers and was almost ninety three years of While a girl she learned the trade of harnessmaker and after her marriage conducted a shop at her home near She assist ed with tarsi work and frequently went to the woods atone and split She was an expert shingle One Elizabeth Thomas of Greene place the United States in the front jt was developed by Senator Allison rank of naval but which i Curing the debate that there is a well falls to place It in the position of die tatlng a cessation of naval That the on the is pleased with tho result of his efforts defined understanding among the sen ate leaders for the authorization of two battleships each year until the American navy Is regarded as sufficient All Republicans April night city councils elected Hare city Engstrom Riggin member of water com mission and Crane member of the board of public all Re Last Monday night the Democratic members bolted tlie joint session in the hope of able to defeat the Republican THE GENTLE Getting Him Out Into tho Ooon For the Camera 1 hiivi seen ti linnfoot lioy vhon tho alligator refused lo respond to Ills ttil with congress on this subject wasijo meei anv demands that may be wudo lu the mini to Ills explore mado manifest last night that he firm ly bolleios in the ability of the United States to dictate the naval policy of Restorative a few weeks and all will tne worm n u10 through dem Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike j Lake Erie White Fish BUTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kunlze McCoy FISH MARKET West Ot Arlington Hotel be A few days test will tell you that you are using the right You will easily and surely note tho change from day to Sold by Harry Eating cocosnutcustard Everybody sings tfte praises of ct coanutcustard pie If Its made Just right so as to melt In ones ut a soggy pie will spoil the ntlre meal and injure the t is now possible for everyone to ave good pie as grocers are selling each package containing ust the proper ingredients for two Varieties nd 10 cents per Order the custard for anl onstration of ability to overwhelm ingly outstrip rival is equally The friends of tho president are flushed with what they regard as a signal victory for his In ternational and the details of this victory are freely given and de clared to reflect the exuberance of President VERY LOW ONEWAY BATES PACIFIC COAST AND POINTS VIA NICKEL PUATE Tickets ililly Alrll Ask Store News KECK If you are interested in Carpets or Rugs 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 ot Spring Sulta for la lies and We will also take pleasure In showing you more than enough of Spring Coats and Wash Suits and Shirt a Repairinq All Kinds of Furniture NO Saw Filing a Fritz 155 Columbia 863 I MONEY TO LOAN Main A Human Foot It Is interesting to learn that Julius Caesar found our Celtic ancestors Just uffocating themselves with the curly Welsh describes a fuinlly ns sitting round heir smoky central fire by day and ylng round it by But they could have hud little comfort from or the same historian tells us that one of their princes eked out his flre with a human foot This officers fluty was to keep his masters feet warm by cherishing them In his bosom during For this purpose he squatted under the and no doubt It did him proud so to nurse the roy al London made upon with his toes till tie fullthu wiggle of tue gutor beiuutb then worry Before adopting a special rule which lilm to the grab him by the provides for considering and passing nose before he could open his jaws und the sundry civil appropriation bill tow the creature ashore to be phot after eight hours general debate the When an alligator that vcre hunting crawledInto his cuvu I leld a noosed rope over his mouth vhile the boy poked a stick through he mud until it hit the creature In his ildlng and soon I had him ready to be dragged out on the prairie and to be kept till the Camera man was ready for him then ve turned the reptile loose on a bit of and tho boy and armed with headed him off when ho tried to while the camera with his lead in the hood of his fol owed the creature seeking for evidence in the case of reason versus nstinct When the camera man was through with him the alligator was set a final shot being taken at him as walked Our hunter boys could Why He Was You made a mistake In your said an Indignant entering the ed itorial sanctum of a dally was one of the competitors at an ath letic entertainment last night and you referred to me as the well known lightweight are you not Inquired thi sporting No Im nothing of the wai the angry and Its confound edly because Im a coa house listened to the minority in an explanation of the filibuster he is The he will end the mo ment the house gives permission for the consideration of the campaign publicity a bill to put wood pulp ind print paper on the free list and he antiInjunction These meas Williams were all a part of tho presidents legislative Every rollcall which was aken was only an which he country to the lack of action by the Republican Williams said In would continue until the leaired results were That It was not delaying business was evidenced by the fact tiiat the supply were now along further than usual this time in a long As a result of the representations of the American Newspaper Publish ers association Speaker Cannon has agreed that the subject ot the re moval of the duty on wood pulp and the price of print paper In the United States shall be discussed at the can cue of the Republicans to be held this provided a reasonable number of Republican members make a re quest to that Thought Going to The new rubber In the Turkish bath had formerly been a Thus It was when his first patron came in that the new rubber looked him over and sajd Was yourself dont youVtouls April a for several seasons wild duck we dying by the hundreds dally 1 the marshy regions bordering on Lak Brie between ten miles east o this and the mouth of the Mau IBM near Blue bills oanvaibtckB end occasionally a re bead attacked Eiamlnatlo meals the presence in the head feath of the dead duck found of a ama lasvot not unlike a but whethe or not this Is responsible for th wholesale destruction that if going i cannot be a prominent was found under a wagon in an beat en anil and died at the His money and watch were April Mil ago was accidentally killed by touching a live at the traction bridge west of He was thrown thirty feet and when picked up was April Rich ardson have filed a deed of assignment In the probate The liabilities are not The company has a number ot ofllces In different April that all the employes of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad who were laid off here and at Clarksburg on account of the business depression will bo rein stated have been Martins April Minnie a prominent society died from a spider bite received three days The girls body became greatly swollen sboii after she was bitten and she suffered intense April in front ot a looking having risen from his sick Irwin Senn age a wellknown farmer of near New fired a shot through his dying soon afterward April mln ers of the South Fork Coal Mining who had beentn re turned to work in pursuance of ir structions from Patrick Gllday o president of district 2 of the United April total lia bilities of the Odell Stock a brokerage firm that failed are The assets are This was made known through the re port of Receiver The assets consist of in cash and office fur niture and April burglar was discovered In the residence of Allen He Jumped from the second story of the break Ing his He is a negro and has not been The surgeons at Franciss where he was tak say that the leg will have to be April re gion was last night Ylstted by a ter rific electrical and uall Streets wore Inundated to the depth ot four feet of So terrific was the downpour thaton some of the streets the paving was torn At near the fall of hall broke hun dreds of window April mystery April dem onstration by union strikers Keenan and Grove City was made at the Argentine nonunion mines In the Hilllard Three hundred strikers paraded the streets of whore the nonunion min ers employed In the Wlndber and Standard mines carrying banners and urging nonunion work men to Join the The crowd was led by district or gi s of the United Mlneworkers o No violence was commit ei evening a massmeeting was by district Application was made to Governor Stuart for two companies of state con The through their made the The authorities at Harrlsburg wired Sheriff Campbell that the police would be sent on his representation that he was unable to cope with the situation The sheriff last night made the formal request for the Harry Hamilton end Lochrie operators ot the mines nt and Lev owner of the Keystone mine at near have Joined In an ap plication for Alleged intlnu Idatlon of tho nonunion miners Is what the operators seek to To avoid disturbance Lerl owner of the Keystone has closed his colliery and says he will not opeu t It until the county or state provides protection Regular pickets have beon established April ers and operators of district and part ot met here attempt to reach an agreement on wage scale for the neit two Joint Conference haying I ajjled at v Ingtonthe flrst part of tfiemontKTThe main Issue is the 1904 scale by the operators and the checkoff system demanded by tho BURIED Chl surroundiug the disappearance re cently of a wealthy resident of this has been cleared up through the finding of his body In the Allegheny river a short dls JO WUllvcu a jt never be made to comprehend our rea tancefrom here The finding of his The Mode of Death Selected by nese Rough Justice as It is administered In most parts of China la sometimes tempered by Individual as ai incident printed In one of the China port journals A man in condemned to preferred to be buried and his wishes were car ried out to the During the famine two brothers who lived In Suchien fought desper atoly to stave off starvation from their families and bad blood arose between At last the elder brother sold Ills fathers coffin for When he refused to divide the proceeds with his younger brother the latter chopped off his head with a Because It was too expensive to carry the murderer several scores of miles to the nearest yacacn of justice the local Including the father of the whose coffin had been sat lu justice upon the culprit and condemned him to He asked that he be burled alive Instead of re ceiving the horrible torture of the thirty The father Interceded the other elders to get them to grant his sons A grave was and the with his arms and feet securely trundled In a wheelbarrow to edge of the pit by his upon the murderers own request his bonds were and he walked to the lowered himself Into It and was The victims wife put n felt hat over his mouth as his and then she helped the elders to fill In the grave with six feet of sons for restoring to tho creatures their They understood the photo but when this was done why not collect a dollar for the reptiles aide Their manner implied that to this question no sane answer was pos Dimock in Harpers Mag Fifth veterans April surviv of the Fifth Pennsylvania regi who served under Colonel Burchfleld In the SpanishAmerican met here to cslebrate the tenth anniversary of their departure for Mount A regimental associa tion was formed and a campflre and banquet was The association will meet next year at Choate Taft NiW April Joseph H former ambassador to Great has announced his acceptance of the vicepresidency of the Taft or ganUatlon of the state of New York In ft In which the announcemen U Cboate says bo regards the nomination and election of Mr Taft of the utmost public jold watch and a big roll of money on the body indicates he was cot a victim Of April an nual report of the state bureau of rail ways for 1907 shows that jnore passengers were carried on the street railways of Pennsylvania than in while there was a tremen dous growth in The to tal capitalization ot street railways in Pennsylvania during the last year was EUREKA I Have Found It at Last Found what7 Why that Chamber lains Salve cures eczema and all manner of itching ol the I have been afflicted for many with skin I had to get up three or four times every night and wash with cold water to allay the terrible but since using this salve in the ItchUn stopped and has not troubled Elder John For sale by Greenville and April Btorm ot eyclonlc velocity struck Washington doing heavy Gordon a is reported badly in The damage to farm ojl and fruit trees will run into The heaviest ball in years accompanied the storm In many completely destroying early to mato crops and strawberry April Judging from the tone ot the letters that Gov ernor Harris has received from tut growers along the Ohio the night riders hava them thorough ly The writers In variably urge that the contents of their letters be kept private and to not want It even known that they have communicated with the governor the matter at The Missouri One of the specialise ot the AU vance Argus company Is die bossed stationery and copper tetter Samples shown at yow place of busineM on   

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