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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED APRIL 2 CENTS PER This Is the Time I of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE Q1BSON FURNITURE THE B1Q April WAS DOIUL A TURN Jerome Walks Right Into Trap at His Hearing for Removal from Office DONT NEED RECORDS Jeromes Admission Gives Advantage to Seekerg For His New April Attor ney Jerome at the hearing of the charges against him before Commis sioner Richard Hand admitted dur ing a colloquy with Franklin counsel for the that no evidence as to campaign contributions was ever laid before any grand jury while he has been district attorney ex cept such as came out Incidentally In other The admission was made after Pierce had asked for the minutes of the grand Juries which Investigated the insurance cases and after Je rome had refused to produce tho min utes unless ordered to do so by a Judge of the supreme Pierce had taken up charge which is to tho effect that Jerome was dere lict In presenting the Insurance cases to the grand Pierce ox plained that he could not become aware of what tho minutes contained unless he had access to said there has never been any evidence as to cam paign contributions laid before any grand jury in the county while I have been district attorney during either term of as It was mentioned in connection will other Thats jiiEt what I exclaimed LONE VOICE In State Convention in Favor of Local Option Plank Quickly Hushed JUDGE PORTER IS RENOMINATED Keystone State Republicans Conclude Business In Less Than Two Two Attempts to Start Something Meet With President Fcehan Says Butler Mercer Miners Are Poorest Paid in the Country April Thilallnroof the scale rommUtee of miners and HAS DESIGNS f CANADA Democratic Candidate Johnson Wants Flag Waving from Isthmus to Bering Sea April an hour after Ihe Republican slate convention had adjourned tho cerlifi cales of nomination of Superior Judge tho alternntesalIarRC and uloctorsnlliirge were filed In the stale department at the It was tho last of tho con volition and the papers were signed on tho stage and ac knowledged beforo Deputy Secretary Lewis R Beltler and Chlof Clerk Thorn of the stale who went there for the Lnte in the day State Chairman Wesley Andrews and Secretary lir Held lins UMiiItiSd a 0l1 Issued by the exeouve Ing the menibniB of Hi rnion uci work until nulhorUeJ lo This statement was niiulu by Kran els president of district United Mlnoworkers of who returned from where the joint conference broke up In a dis Feehan said The miners In the MercerButler field are the poorest paid In tho At the present time they are receiving and for a ninehour while In Beaver and Lawrence counties the rainrra are being paid and foran eighthour We made every effort to secure a set tlement with the operators and offered them a two years which was April John btiarp practically the renewal of the present Williams gave the Republican major Minority Leader Will ams Dan les Lure Before Eyes of the Republicans MAKES CAPITAL FOR CAMPAIGN Amusing Scene Enacted In House of Representatives While Senator Jef ferson Davis Is Star Performer In Erstwhile Dignified End of agreement with some changes for tho bettor In working But they saw fit to refuse consequently we have called oiir men of the The work is completely tied ity in the house an opportunity to either permit or refuse to permit a vote on the Stevens bill to place wood pulp on the free In the course of AMERICA FOR AMERICANS Governor Johnson Springs New Party Slogan In Detroit April an ad dress to the Wholesalers association Governor John Johnson of Minne who was the guest of honor at said The problem of the future Is the government of America by In tho working out of this problem I believe we must obliterate the imag inary line between the United States of America and the Canadian of up and will remain so until a settle a cleverly humorous and satirical B charming neckwear I kings from Europe for and finer Neckwear tluin is often Real Irish Lace Real Irish Luco Hand Em broidered Embroidered Net Net and Lace Hand Embroidered Coat Col iars all White or color embroidered on Hand Embroidered White or color on Ilaiid Embroidered C o 11 a r s all White or White and Fancy Chiffon or Liberty Silk Bcarfs and other exquisite Neckwear that must enthuse any feminine Hand Embroidered 50c to are particularly Evening to are as pretty as we ever Not only Imported Neck but any amount of beauti ful American to meet all tastes and pocket to BOGGS NORTH Now I dont need tho minutes alluded Highwaymen CeT With April Al though men searched in the mountains all night for the robbers John Williams and their clerks left for where Andrews will make up Ihe roll of the state com Andrews said that the reason why the list could not be given out was that in several dlslricts no selection had been made by the dele The selections lie forward An opportunity will be given to anv bearing tne signatures ol 101 Individual companyor operator In the Of the ItiG Democratic membera field to sign our scale and then the j tne representa men employed there can resume tlyes iu each for We have a dozen of our most experthimaelf eacu or each ot the ericed organizers on the scene and tlml yOU recognize one of us there has been no neither do wo look for President Feehan denied the Ways and means from ment attributed to him that a general consjaoraUon of and to Bus strike would ensue In the PiUsburg j fl he nllca awl pass glevens following the refusal of the bm having the effect demands of the IQ wood pulp and vtlni On Jf you some other repre to move to discharge the operators to grant th April A command who held up and robbed the United o Colollol Andrews within a few Stales Coal and Coke companys pay roll wagon at no clue to tho whereabouts of the highwaymen has been Private detectives are assisting In the A tin box in which eioney was carried has been found empty whore it was thrown It develops that the amount taken In the holdup was although it was believed at first that had been Wanted to Arrest April Policeman Morris of the Sixth district tried to The state which started off in a very tame hat a fin ish whirl is the talk of the wlio remained in the Some nut ter was caused by the efforts of u lius Bone of county to add a localoption plankto the plat but he was defeated In the reso lutions committee and ignored In tho Stevenson of Pitts of forty mounted state under Captain Reese and Lieutenant Wil liam arrived at Milliard oil a special train and at once into camp at two miles the free Williams that the two Democratic members whose names were appended were out of but efforts were being made to reach them by wire when their signatures were added only thirty Republican The leaders of th union miners sent j nftmes would be lo swell the a message to their direct to the proyor Ing them to be exceedingly cautious and to avoid even the appearance o Congresomans Victim April Me burg added to the excitement by at Cre lhe New York who tempting to set aside tho name of ono wag accidentally shot by Rep of the delegatesatlargs covered j rOBentlltlvo Thomas Heflin ot NM hola onhpi e by a resolution presented by Senator get Nicholas in of stovenson for violating the speed Assistant Corporation Counsel Pitch when asked for a warrant or information against the DfCKldantP daughter Ointment Bad Case of Blocd Poison Thomas McCauley of Coopers Keyser of Stevenson made a lively in which he wandered so far from ills subject that he was called to order by chairman with whom he became In volved in a The convention enthusiastically cheered references to President Roose velt and Governor Stuart and gave prolonged applause when Senator Knox was indorsed for the i Reference to Senator Penroses recov Ala he i hospltai conference was held between Hef lin McCreary and the latters at torney and Heflin voluntarily of fered to recompense McCreary for all expenses incident to his The it was is sat isfactory to all The shooting strength of the petiii lions of a majority whlcn Mr Williams said with goodnatured sarcasm he felt sure the speaker i would i Calls Sinners to A table had been placed on the floor in front of the stenographers bench and on the petition was with Bankings of Ink botlle and while the minority simulating the voice and manner of a exhorted the Republicans to rise and go forward and sign pleadiug for only thirty and Are there not thirty whp will come forth He concluded amid handclapping and indulged in by Democrats between grew ouf Representative ery and predictions of his reelection j were also In addition to Judge the con vention selected the following Dele gatesatlargo lo the Republican na tional Governor Edwin Thomas a on a Pennsyl vania avenue car about a month Corey to Study j an7 Republicans but no Republi Heflin and j can The rolls oflne flve cv lllzed tribes were the subject ol impassioned speech in the senate by Senator Ha vis of Tho sen tfew April William j that former Secretary formerly Miss Mabelle Gilj Hitchcock prevented l sailed for Paris on the Deutsch1 B0ns of from being en to study opera under Jean de j He Instanced n family of ten GOVERNOR JOHN T see no reason for the di I believe that the flag bearing the Stars and Stripes must finally float from Bering sea to the Gulf of The Intellectual energy of the coun try must be directed to the commer cial union of the two countries if to no I spoke In Sarnia on the same topic some lime ago and my words were greeted with even greater enthusiasm than you are now If the products of the business men of Detroit free and unhampered Into Canada perhaps the flag would follow them into that April The ques tion whether the state railroad com mission has authority to deal with the TRI5TATE NEWS IN BRIEF April Bar ber fell beneath an engine at Lykena and was April Gran founder of he Grnsser Brand is dead at hl3 home age New April desocrntors mid auto scorchers are to be prosecuted here by the Good Gov ernment April report was received here of tho finding of a body near Detroit that Is believed to bo that ot Fred Durgg of this April a spectacu lar fire the candle and grease works of the Standard Oil company were de Tho loss is estimated at April age of the oldest mayor In was strick en with apoplexy while standing In the yard of his April Dlorlo and Zirllngs were temporarily absent from their saloon n thief cot away with A boy who was left In charge also April Vandergrift has commenced pro ceedings to have a receiver appointed to wind up the affairs of the Vander grift Distilling company of April Baptist Womens Foreign Missionary conven with delegates present from twentythree states west of the Alle gheny Is In session In this New April Ohio and Pennsylvania league baseball sea son opens today with New Castle at Bast Liverpool at Mc Akron at Canton and Brie at April tax collector of Glen Delaware Is a fugitive from it is embez zled about of county and school April Steeplejack Gallagher of this city fell eighty feet from a smokestack and was Instantly Galagher had won fame for daring feats of climbing In various parts of April driv ing road Frank a business man of was killed through the discharge of a revolver which he carried In a He was thirty years April Turoski of who Is alleged to have stabbed his father when the latter rebuked him for coming home was held for court by Justice Increase of fare to Atlantic City from Philadelphia was discussed at the but as It has not come before the commission the members declined to discuss Representative Dunsmore of Tloga the author of the said that he did not think the act covered such a Washington Gains About April to the police census Just the pop nlation of Washington is an Increase of over last There are whites and Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish j says ho owes possession j colonel James Elverson of Corey is to build a the1 only one of whom had been of his arm to the wonderful cure of Colonel Charles Rool j ater in her home hare and to utilize as an ilie remaining Blood Poison made by SanCura j 0 putsburg and Representative Robj jt for the production of operatic works classed as Ointment He tells his experience i ert Habgood of Bradford alter by American composers who have no Addressing Senator Da in these words Two years ago last Congressman Marlln opportunities of obtaining a hearing usked him to do justice to these il i TVionrlnrP mnnaravu HOlfiV IU1S HO TUn count a PHllfivlGH WGT6 August I cut my finger with a broken My arm swelled badly to my body and blood poison set My friends said there was no hope for me unless my arm was taken I used Thompsons SanCura Ointment as a H stopped the pain and drew out blood and dark reducing all Thanks I have a sound hand iiBALTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET to and SanCura is a powerful draws all germs and Impurities from the wound before the healing process This Is then and Sores and Bruises of all kinds are healed without SanCura pos itively cures Salt Bleeding All 25c and or sent Thompson Medical Olmsted of Theodore Flood of Ken dall of Somerset and Henry War ren of Chester countypresidential elec Morris Clothier of j Philadelphia and Jones of Pitts Senator Joseph Langfltt of Al legheny was temporary chairman of the exSpeaker Wal ton of Philadelphia permanent chair man and John Williams of Scrag ton and Garvin ot Sharon Hill from Corey has no Idea of returning to the professional Corey accompanied her to Morgan Dix Dead West Ot Arlington Hotel Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet This clover Coffee Substitute was re cently produced by of Ra Not a grain of real Cof fee In It Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted with Really it would fool an might drink It for No 20 or 30 min utes tedious Made in a min says the Sold by All Repairing All Kinds of Furniture NO Saw Filing a Kennedys Cough Byrup acts promptly yet gently on the through which the cold forced out of the at the wnie time It allays by Harry Fritz 1 55 Columbia 858 Bell I MONEY TO LOAN 177 y April Sub loenas have been Issued for all wit nesses In the next capitol case to be known as the metallic furniture 3asebecause it involves an alleged rand in contract for such There are about twenty witnesses to be including former state April Dem ocrats of the Sixteenth Ohio district have nominated McCombs of Harrison county for congress dele jates to national John Plynn Bellairej Steu George Bellaire Thomas Carroll Bryan was New April Morgan rector of Trinity Protes tant Episcopal parish since 18G2 and one of the citys most prominent died at Trinity reclory in West Twentyflflh Death was due to heart failure and followed a brief which took a serious turn three days was eighty one years of April twen tyfifth annual reunion of the National Sultana Survivors association was held at the soldiers Rade baugh of Fremont was reelocted William Fles of Marion lieu tenant colonel and King of De fiance The next reunion will be held in Pindlay in Martins April Bo lock who conducts a boarding notified the police that his wife weeks had taking all his of The senate galleries were black with he when Foraker spoke on the Brownsville The senator from Arkansas then raising himself to his full height ad vanced across the chamber toward Foraker and called out at the top of his stentorian voice Davis Challenges if you really love the niggers you ought to join mo in trying to se cure their rights for As the sound of the senators voice rang Ihrough the chamber senators around Foraker laughed uproar When quiet was restored Foraker arose and replied The sena tor from he said in u sup pressed ought to speak a little It is difficult to hear Daviss resolution calls on the secretary of the Interior for informa tion concerning the authority by which the lands of the Choctaw and Chlcka saw tribes had been withdrawn from allotment and concerning the tribal chairman of the com mittee on Indian did not ob Rewards April The Scandia State bank was robbed of ahout by who ter rorized the town by firing off their making their New April Taylor and William An employes of the Brait started across the Ohio river in a skiff and when about 100 yards from the shore the boat One man clung to the bottom of the skiff and the other started to The ferry boat Ida picked up both men ex Tho father Is In a April the fouryearold daughter of Marlon Ver south of was burned to Sparks from a train set fire to stumps in the field where the child was Her dress caught April Charles a nerve specialist and alien Is He was Buffering from a nervous who was celebrated throughout this coun try and Europe as a specialist In neu was fortyseven years of April Francesco an alleged member of the Black Hand was mortally Tony Baretto is seriously cut about the face and head and six Italians are in Jail as the result ot a riot In a dance hall In little Italy Spare minutes are the gold dust of the portions of life most fruitful in good or the gaps through which temptations Dout Imagine you are a good con versationalist Just because you talk ft good triinkK of m money and The trunks of but did object were broken open and J the Ianguage of tne which aggregate losa In cash is of Wood For Whooping Give Chamberlains Cough It will keep the cough expec toration easy and render the ntu of coughing less frequent and less se It Is safe and For sale by Greenville and Fre r Main Pfc Sold Harry D There is nothing alter tbnn Kodol for sour stom belching of gas and nervous It digests what you hoarders were broken open The aggregate loss In cas Bolocks daughter by a A Many women mistake and bladder for some Irregular ity pecullaito the Foleys Kid ney Remedy corects Irregularities and makes women Miss Carrie Bowling writes I suffered much pain from kidney and bladder trouble until I started to use Foleys Kidney The first bottle gave me great and after taking the second bottle I was entirely Bessemer alleged that persons had been unlawfully denied allot ments of Afler discussion Davis withdrew the resolution and later relntroduced It without the preamble which was regarded as offensive to tho secrelary of the U was then passed without further By a vote of 187 to 42 the IIOURG re fused to accept the senate amendments to the navul appropriation bill and sent It to McDonald and Bckles have tnelr office at the corner of Main and a 17tf The Golfers Paradise Hotel Ridel0 JL A Cambridge Heie you find everything that makes the game invigorating pleasant company and the complete equipment ol the Rider gymnasiums in addition to superb The Rider cuisine and famous mineral waters combined with healthful outdoor exercise are admirable requisites for both health and pleasure Rates extremely Both Accommodations for Write for   

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