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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PER This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE P1Q M M f t COLD WAVE IS GENERAL Entire Country From Rockies to the Alleghenies Has Snow and Ice May womens suits cut Odd perfect new approved priced only because the lines ar TWENTY FIVE DOLLAR EIGHTEEN DDL LARS AND FIFTY or striped Panama or hair line or fancy stripec or double breasted semifitted o cutaway or gorct Copen hagen or T H I R TYFIVE DOLLAR TWENTYEIGHT DOLLARS AND FIFTY New dip front or fitted or fancy striped Panamas and Shepherd gored or pleated skirts with one or two folds Tan or also Novelty or hair Una FORTY FORTY TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY FORTYFIVE DOL LAR THIRTYFIVE striped or checked Worsteds and English Suit or fancy the new style skirts BOGGS NORTH LAW TO INFOHCED House Votes Appropriation to Make Supervision of Railroad Books VICTORY FOR THE PRESIDENT House Committee on Banking and Cur rency Refuses to Consider New Vreeland Wants Ways end Means Committee to Get May president a victory In the honso when the appropriation to enable Hie Interstate commerce commission to examine Into Iho accounts of railroads was Increased from to Speaking on Townson of quoted from a message from tho president In which tho executive suld that failure to make appropriation for carrying out the pub For 100 miles west from the clause of tho Hepburn would SOMETHING FIERCE Hall and Frost Afflict Farmer and May ap proaching freezing prevailed over nearly the entire country from the Alleghenies to the Frosts oc curred as far south as Southern In many places wet snow notably throughout Kentucky and The wet snow that fell In Ohio ruined thousands of ornamental Many fruit trees were also Two Inches of snow fell throughout but has not been Traffic was Interfered with to some In some parts of Kentucky the snow was the heav iest of the The mercury went down to 27 degrees In some parts of Fruit growers differ as to the extent of damage A killing frost is reported through out Western Wisconsin and Southern Thousands of acres of garden hundreds of flower beds and other greon products were The frost moans a loss of many thou sands of dollars to Wisconsin and Min nesota SHEATZ PASSES THE PLUMS New State Treasurer Appoints His Office May state Treasurer John Shentz last night announced the following nppnlntinnnts In tlin state treasury to cffoct when ho assumes office on Monday JosfMih rate1 of I fid ford ronnv John of rounfv plsln of routly A 0 ct VorH or1 Tlic loicl or nv ytto ty 1 n oVnvTir In niul BOO niil thn foVnv companies nre sureties antv CHILDS MOTHER IN JAIL Many Offered to go on lBond of Sacrificed Girls Mother at TRISTATENtWS IN BRIEF May Charles wlfo of a council man of dropped dead at her May wife and five children of James Akron were se perhaps poisoned by dellly and Deposit oompanv of eating canned United Statf and Guaranty American Bonding com National Surely New None of these companies has a state sourl line In Kansas there was a slight freeze and a light Dam age to fruit Is Fort May frosts are reported In North Texas counties extending as far south as 100 miles south of Fort Garden truck and grain crops j be to attack the law in its most vital point and to give relief to those cor ruptcorporations which the law was Intended to Townsend said that the purpose of the provision was to find tho railroads wore obeying the Hepburn act and re fusal by congress to provide for the Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BUTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Ot Arlington Hotel acti promptly yet gently 04 the which the cold to forced out of the and at tbe Mme It alUyi Hold by Harry Wait have been but fruit is not expenses of these examinations woulr seriously be tantamount to an informal repudia lion and repeal of thn law Send Two MrTawney said that in the inausru May majority ration of n new service such ns this of the Thirteenth district Republican I congress should not begin at the congressional convention selected thereby committing the government to Judge King of Sandusky and a annual oxpenao which never James Hopley of Bucyrus as unin structed delegates to the national con rould be cut but should beqln it the bottom and If the service proved BUTTINSKY WRECKS TRAIN Mistakes Order to Stand Back For One to Throw May Four persons were hurt when the New York flyer on the Erie railway crashed into an other passenger train upon a siding as a result of a peculiar misunderstand ing of Tho flyer was passing through the Erie yards about a mile from the Union As the train nearod the where the Inbound train was a yard switchman called to a stranger who staYidlng near the switch to step The man under stood the yard switchman to Turn the Grabbing the switch lever the stranger caused the train to dash into the and William engineer on the out bound train Miss Mary Phelps of and Frank Bundy of dining car sus tained severe The cars and both engines were badly The minority to le a sood thing enlarge it from also in session named Charles I tllne lo time as the wisdom of export Judson of Sandusky and Congressman j onpc should Tawney sahl Grant Mouser as delegates to the tllilt in 1S3G tne government had IOC national convention and instructed Inspectors in its service and that them for CANNON GIVES GROUND there were now employed at an annual cost of more than Sends Conciliatory Message to Rebel They Reach Mny Gould and Prince de Sagan have arrived here from The entire party went to the Grand From Rome Gould and the prince will go direct to the And This Weather Too i Mr Keifer of Ohio opposed the May cltl1 amendment for the among oth zens of Yorkton declined to allow the tllat ne revolted from the iiiaugu seventyone sent from ration of a policy that would turn Fort William back to the to leave oose on tlle railroads of the country tho which are now guarded by a nrmy ot sles to pursue a system mounted Several of the Douk1 of espionage under which every man hobors are nude and do nothing but sit by the windows In view of the All the Doukhobors are living on peanuts and Amelia Bingham Seriously would be considered to be a lawbreak er and a scoundrel until investigation should prove tho Cooper of Wisconsin replied that tho railroads themselves Indulge freely in the practice of employing New May great numbers of private detectives the Is In a decidedly critical j to follow their employes to their according to her homes spying upon them to dls Lloyd Bingham was taken ill with an intestinal obstruc tion and peritonitis Sunday She submitted to a surgical operation and Blncham said that a relapse fol lowed the leaving her in n weakened llous May Townsend of Michigan has received the assurance of Speaker con veyed through Representative Wat son of the Republican whip In the that the speaker Is not averse to Hie enactment at this ses sion of a law to amend the Sherman antitrustnet and that bills for the purpose will be reported within May ago son of and Joseph who moved here from Pitts burg last fell into a tub of scald Ing water and May Since Mayor Becker closed the Sunday saloons np j pllcants for lodgings ami drunkards at tho Rescue home have boon reduced more than 75 per May John age of this was burned to She was alone In her homo and it is supposed that sparks from the flre ignited her May threatened strike of the employes of the PHtsburg Railways company has boon averted by the selection of three arbi trators to adjust the May pairing his ice box Joseph n Lansing found in it djrim mlte with caps Loasure re cently attached the wages of several East May James born in Preble county in graduate of Miami univer sity and n Presbyterian minister since is Four of his sons are In the May by the glorious advantages of the west as pic tured in Tar Charles Purdy and William Wise all twelve years of are miss They have May resi dence of Robert Swin of near Paines ville was broken The house was thoroughly ransacked and two two razors and two dozen esgs FATHER REGAINS WITS Declares the Murderer of His Daugh ter Is an May Bach man of near who killed fiveyearold Irene May his several days ago during a reli gious was formally charged with Ilachmnns wife and Henry Smith and his parents of the are chargrd with being The men are In the1 Northampton county jail and the wom who had been were rear rested after the funeral of the Smith has recovered his composure and denounces his brother In harsh He swore at him from his cnll door and declared he was a fool and not an of He wants to break the spell Bachman hns over him and declares when he gets out of jail he will return to the Reformed church and stick to its teachings for the rest of his The funeral of the Smith child was held from the home of her grandfather at Alliance and was attended by hun dreds of country There was some excitementand Bachmnn was de there was only pity and compassion for the heartbroken moth who nearly collapsed when the lit tle body was taken to the There was a touching scone also when the police again took Smith Into There arc scores of men ready to sign her ball but the district attorney declares she will have to remain in jail unless released un der habeas corpus Butler County Judge Issues Order Forbidding Coercion of NonUnionists STATE POLICE ARE SENT HOME Twenty Are Retained to Guard Against Possible Outbreak In MercerButler Coal Will Attempt to Start Mines WAR Who Will Enlist In Popular Movement War has been declared by our eailing They are going to fight stomach troubles with Miona They feel so sure of success that they guarantee to refund the price of any iOcent box that does not give satis action and do all that Is claimed for Mlona Is an absolute strength ener and cure for the stomach and digestive If you suffer with dizzi bad taste in the coated distress after try It will not be long before all these symptoms have disappeared and you are strong and Griffin will sell Mlona under an absolute guarantee to refund the money unless it If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should ake Foleys Kidney Remedy at once mil not rlshk having Brtghts disease or Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not delay taking Foleys Kidney Bessemer Repairing All Kindt of Furniture NO Saw Filing a Fritz 55 Columbia 853 Bell cover whether they have stolen prop erty from the companys Debate proceeded under the five minute rule until when the amend ut was declared adopted by a division vote of 79 to On sub sequent vote by demanded by SS voted in the affirma tive and 73 In the so the amendment was adopted by a majority of The house committee on foreign re lations decided to report favorably a bill providing for the purchase abroad of American legation and consular buildings and prodlng that not more than shall be ap propriated each year for this For this year the bill appropriates for the purchase of embas sies at Berlin and Mexico City ami for the purchase of consulates at Shanghai and The house committee on banking and currency had a brief meeting but declined to take up the new Vreeland currency The vote for adjourn ment stood 12 to the negative votes being cast by Weeks and The negative vote Is supposed to represent the strength of the new bill and it Is Inferred that the measure will be tabled as was the first Vreeland bill If it ever reaches a vote in Representative Sereno Payne of New chairman of the committee on ways and Introduced a res olution authorizing that committee to alt during the recess of congress and to gather such information through government agents or otherwise as it may see fit looking toward the prep aration of a bill for the revision of the A petition bearing the signatures of requesting that a par don be granted to Captain William Van master of the Illfated General Slocum when the vessel was destroyed by flre In New Tork harbor on June with a Ion of more than a thousand was presented to the and Attorney Gen eral Bonaparte by a committee of the American Association of MONEY TO LOAN and Majn a74n SPEAKER dayTto tfie tiousoTfFom judiciary This action grew out of a step taken by Townsend to obtain the signatures of enough Republican members to call a caucus to commit the majority favorably on such meas The statement is made by a promi nent Republican In the house that a movement Is on backed by be tween thirty and forty members of the to refuse consent to the passage of any financial bill at this session until assurance has been given that something will be done toward placing wood pulp on the free Secretary Taft left Washington or where he will em bark on the gunboat Pratrle and pro fited to whither he goes to In vestlette questions connected with the construction of the Panama canal and the rotations between the United States and tho Republic of Panama and also the boundary dispute between Panama and The senate had under consideration tbe agricultural appropriation Practically all of the committee amendments were disposed of except tboit relating to the forest Pour Hundred do Back to May Tork Central shops resumed employing 400 May Humphrey Democratic candidate for con gress in tho Nineteenth re fuses to cast lots with Congressman Reynolds for the Prohibition Each received four He wants the Prohibitionists to Beaver May Joseph age was found dead j at the home of Thomas Free man at Mount Washington near Stabler became ill while in the neigh He was alien inside ami given but was found dead sitting in H May Word has been received here from TCI that on the strength of repre sentations by Senator Roy Rvan of hus been released on parolp from the Mexican prison in He was convicted of highway May A plant has been established in the steel barrel department of the American Steel Package company for the manufacture of steel barrels under a new process and adapted to the shipping of paints and varnishes and with a dally capacity of 200 May More than 200 tllelayers and their repre senting the entire trade In this go on a strike today pending the renewal of a working agreement with the The they have refused to sign the agreement with the helpers and want them to work with nonunion May Detective Collins of the Lake Shore railroad was here looking for Pearl a for mer employe In the traffic depart ment of the Cleveland Is accused of embezzling had left with his Miss Blanche of this to whom he was married Tuesday May Joseph Cora a wealthy reported to the police that be had received a Black Hand letter demanding The he threatened to kill to kidnap his wife and dynamite bis business A secluded spot was suggested where the money should he The deposit of a decoy pack age was without May A postmortem examination by Coroner Brady re vealed that Florence age had died of septic poison ing following an The wom ans death occurred but was not reported until a Wesley of asked the coroner to Tenuy was sepa rated from her husband in Columbus a year McDonald and Bckles bare tnelr office at the corner of Main and Almost an May dele gatesatlarge to the Republican na tional convention at Chicago were se lected at the Republican state conven tion and will go to Chicago without Instructions to vote for any one of the presidential The con adopted a resolution declaring that without attempting to Instruct their the Republi cans of Maine in convention assembled declare that William Taft of Ohio Is their choice for candidate for presi dent of the United May In the last month the big Laughlln tin plant at Martins has been forced to suspend certain de partments owing to the wholesale j thefts Last night the po lice raided a house occupied by Rou manian employes and arrested eight of In the trunks of the foreigners great quantities of belting was The belting had been cut up In small pieoti for shoe May the applica tion by attorneys representing the In dependent coal mine operators In the ButlerMercer field Judge Galbreatu Issued a preliminary Injunction against President Francis fourteen or ganizers and all members ot the Unit ed Mlneworkers of The defendants named are Ed ward John Fred Funk James David Wil David Walter Wll Ham George Pat Harry Adam Hen Harry John or ganizers Francis president of district and any person or persons connected or In any way affil iated with the Conspiracy to drive away workmen employed at the mines and to Intimi date them is The court is asked to grant a permanent injunction restraining the union men and organ izers from gathering near tho three from following the workmen to and from work and from in any other manner Interfering with the mlnecwn ers workmen or The writ Is returnable May when a hearing will be Deputy Sheriff Vorous and Captain Reese of decided that twenty mounted police can cope with any situation which is likely to ariso and twenty members of Troop sent from returned to tho barracks at Out at the mines matters are quiet owing to the fact that many of the nonunion miners have lined up with the members of the This was rather a surprise to the as they expected with Troop D ot the state constabulary enforcing the there would be no trouble In keeping their mines The con has been the case and fewer men are at work according to the than at any time since the trouble May Iilc Carty of Cleveland was arrested In the midst of a debauch he was acquir ing on arrest the effects of the cologne overpowered He Is In a serious May body of a man was found floating near the mouth of Hickmans run not far from here and was Identified as that of Endl an Austrian Savel suffered from epilepsy and It la sup posed he fell into the m New York INLY the best tailors in New York build the a 17tf style into Benjamin And it is built in so skillfully that it will outlive any The Price is i Abe Hesse 213 Main Street   

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