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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PER This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hposicr Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built 1 More THE PURNSTURE Si THE May oxfords the new Dressy Tail liussia Calf Blucher Submitted us au example of determined effort to extend our Shoe Also note the excellence of the Ribbon Tie Black Patent or Turn sole Shoes that will give best Three Dollars worth youve White Canvas sole with covered Sailor Pumps Patent and dull to Childrens and in great to Childrens 50c to Childrens Ankle to Mens Tan or Black saddle vamp buckle newest for young Mens dull Calf Blucher Ox and BOGGS NORTH Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike j j j j Lake Erie White Fish DOG TRAY IN NEW ROLE An Efficient Factor in Assisting His Master to Commit Suicide at Harrisburg i IBALTIMOREOYSTERS 4 AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Oi Arlington Hotel nkennedy8 Laxative Cough Byrup acts promptly yet gently on tbe through whlcb tbe cold to forced out of the and at tbe tame time it allayi Sold by Harry DOG PREVENTS RESCUE Master Attempts Suicide Three Times and Is Finally May mak ing two attempts to commit suicide Henry age suc ceeded In drowning himself In the old Pennsylvania canal at accompanied by his bull went to the canal and plunged Edward McCord and Prank Mng nellia made an attempt to reach but the dos sprang at biting a piece of flesh from the wrist of Mag The dog was thrown aside and held by another man while Mc Cord and Magncllia swam to the sldo of Turpin and dragged him to Turpln appeared very angry because the men would not permit him to com mit An hour or so later he returned to the canal nnd onco more jumped Another to ronch the man was made by the two hut tho dog attacked each one and bit McCord on the Again Tur pln wns rescued nnd the men tele phoned for n Before he with the assistance of his irot TRISTATE NEWS IN BfflEF May bonnl of bishops of lie Methodist church has selected Bishop Hamilton of San Francisco presiding ofllcer of the general conference to he held In May B surgeon general of the West Virginia national a veteran of the Spanish war and one of the high est Masons In West died at tho city May Ponrl age daughter of of near MeJid drowned herself In he Morris She hnd been sick and he came temporarily Chicago May romullioise IViremrm of Oar is in jail horo and age IvAiity of Is in custody in the clly marshals honie cbnrged with abandoning their fourweeksold girl May several away from his rescuers and made a families wore asleep on second third and successful attempt to end door an attempt was made to Inirn his Turpin run to the cnnnl yellj the JJrimibfiugh at Roaring Ing goodhy and jumped Once more j Oil was poured in the hall the men hut the more way and The fire was discov ricimis than one after ered in time lo take tho inmates out tho other from the edge of 1he j and save the One of the men succeeded in passing j Unlontown May the dog and jumped into the i wfljte wls nero charged with but the dot followed and nltnrkert using the United States mails for 11 After spending some mltitiles trying He ia to have to pass the doK and get into he the author of letters sent berwing stream an ofllcer arrived and ny shoot Ing at tho scared him from the The rescuers then succeeded In dragging Turpln to shore con siderable lime spent diving for the but the man was Turpln was the son of who committed suicide ten years 206Lost WHFf May Commander American naval a tin die at cables the navy department that the total casualties by the explo sion on the cruiser Matsiishlmn were 207 His dispatch Is as follows Matsushlma was destroyed at Pesca dores April Magazine 23 33 1 warrant officer and 150 May Day rf New New May absence of strikes or other labor disturbances marked an unusual May day in Now York Not in many years lias such a condition prevailed in the labor money from charitably disposed per sons and is alleged to have used the Nellie May the proprietors of horseshoeing shops in the city decided to use only machine made shoes here after fifty union horseshoers representing fifteen quit refusing to handle ma Tha openshop pol icy was adopted by nineteen N May Peter Zukrues and Antony were held in bond each by United States Commis sioner at Grafton on the charge of It is alleged that they flooded the country about Davis and Thomas with spurious nickels and May welldressed man about thirty years who se cured apartments in a furnishedroom was found dead in his room with a bullet through his In one of the suicided pockets was found u postcard addressed to Miss Lavinla world on May In most quarters this I 2022 Fourth Al ls attributed to the general industrial Most agreements were re newed without the usual controver May Cleve land Electric Railway as a laboring men apparently recogI part ot the preparations for the settle nlzlng that employers nere In no posij ment of tne streetrailway fight in tion to accede to new In j has filed H certificate with same Instances there wero reductions j tue secretary of state Increasing its of I stock from to i The fee paid to the state for filing this certificate was one I of the largest incorporation fees in the history of the East May WAR Who Will Enlist In This Popular Movement War has been declared by ourj the completion of tho construction of leading i tbe Lake Erie and Youngstown rail They are going to fight stomach i way from Youngstown t6 Conneaut di troubles with Mlona They 1 reel traffic north and south between feel so sure of success that they guarantee to refund the price any 50cent box that does not give satis faction 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 Miona under an absolute guarantee to refund the money unless It curea If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and not rlshk having Brlghts disease or Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not delay taking Poleys Kidney Bessemer Repairing All Kinds of Furniture NO Saw Filing a Fritz 156 Columbia 353 Bell MONEY TO LOAN U 177 V Main a7lyr Lake Erie and the Ohio valley will be This with Its cap ital stock of has 75 per cent of the right of way secured and tho financing of the proposition has already been May state authorities are considering the plan of declaring law in the hurley tobacco district in Ohio in order to protect the people from the night rid who make frequent dashes from This method will be fol lowed in case the legislature fails to pass pending measures authorizing the adjutant general to send a secret serv ice guard into tho May Mary Mc for eleven years stenographer and confidential clerk for the Canton Bridge was indicted by the grand Jury at Urna charged with per For two years she has been wanted as a witness in the prosecu tion of the bridge She gave de tailed evidence which was declared to be false by the prosecutor and her in dictment She was arrested and released on May prominent woman of Wellsville has enlisted po lice aid in looking for a fortune lately of She claims Valair got from her 1250 worth of jevelry and gave her bad change VorISO in gold and all sbe got from him was Va lair Induced her to remove ber jew elry and put it in a tin not to be for two When she opened it It was empty and Valalr bad Senator Elkins That Portion of Rate Law Be Suspended for Two Yeats HE MEETS WifH OPPOSITION Senators CulberSttil Nelson Ooject to Modifying Quired by Railroad Interests Retoiuiion to Come Up May hi session of the satiate Jennlor wtictnecled in golfing for Ills to sutijiund the operation of the commodity of the rail1 road rate tlndfir Ihn operation of this clause railroads would he liable I to heavy fines if they undertook to haul in interstate Commerce any artlj cles or commodities produced from manufactories or iiiinos in which railroads have an The rail roads contend that they have had In time to divorce themselves I from the ownership of such properties or to test the constitutionality of a law compelling thorn to dispose of I such property Tho resolu tion originally proposed to extend the time for he commencement of the oration of the commodity clause until May but the senate Interstate commerce committee changed the dato to Culberson Opposes the minority refused unanimous consent to taking up the resolution and ho wns first recognized lo speak against He said that the committee hnd given no reasons why the extension should he made and he called upon Chairman Elkins for an TC1 kins answered that the rendition of the country demands a delay in the operation of the law that tho rail roads have been unable to find capi talists to take over the coal lands owned by fhe For this situa tion he blamed the recent panic and said that had not been for this money shortage and business slon the railroads would have able to comply with the Hei called attention to the fact that the byi did hut only j suspended it The Lacka wanna and the Reading railroads wero specially chartered hy states to own coal the senator and ho showed the properties were mort gaged and remortgaged and diffi culty had been experienced in sepa rating these Othermil roads owning coal lands were in the same he Nelson Joins Nelson said it appeared that the attitude of the railroads was against compliance with the law and to litigate as to the power of con gress to enact such He j expressed the opinion that the rail roads were not entitled to any spei cial So long as the j railroads undertook to attack the va lidity of the he congress was under no obligation to Senator Elkins was permitted toper feet his resolution in accordance with recommendations from the committee and the interstate commerce commis A large number of amendments were then offered to the Pulton offered an amendment re quiring the railroads to keep on file all including joint Poraker previously had Introduced an amendment as a substitute for the which provided that the commodity clause should not be retro in other would not apply to railroads hauling products of mines or manufactures which were owned by the railroads at the time the law was Heyburn offered an amendment to the which provides that railroads shall not charge a greater tariff for a short haul than for a long He said that the evils which hpo srrown up under the discriminations have attracted the attention of the country and unless they are headed legislators would hear from them at the next All the amendments were ordered print ed and the resolution went LOOSE OUR EXPRESIDENT Serious Malady Said Have Taken Hold ofGrover Cleveland Anxiety is Felt argument oT more servlont Tiypocrl Go Damnnble Imps of pelf and I defy your taunts Tear to fragments my political career if It comport with your execrable Btlfle and distort my every If such be brutal prtor form Into If it be your further gnaw from my stiffening bones every ves tige of quivering wretched bestiality through my own Innocent blood as it drops from your fiendish Drag If you what remains Into the filth and the vermin of your foul dons and burn It upon the allnr of Hani or scatter It before the friendly winds of heaven to your cnrrion crows of the All that they may and if there yet be open further depth of Infamy to n besot ten These ready servants of what have they done or attempt lo fasten still more securely an au MAY HAVE CANCER Alarming Reports Circulated About Condition of ExPresident New May Considerable anxiety was occasioned by widely cir culated rumors that the condition of exPresident Grover who has been ill for several weeks at a ho tel in had assumed a grave phase and that slight hopes were of his The Evening World gave pominonce to re ports current at the ofilces of the Equitable Ufe Assurance of which Cleveland Is a voting trus that the former presidents physi cians hnd diagnosed his illness as can Cot rifnve Shown Tim for more Hun twenty years and do not know of any more trustworthy employe in our com Albert Do who is conducting tho Plnkerlon end of tho also Insisted Hint the money loss result of the robbery wns sold the express measenger was at liberty and there was no In tention of taking any action against He de velopments In another line were Pinkertons Promise Just he he and there will be something worth print Things are ripening up and we expect In a day or two there will be something lo make It will be worth Noah Uoshon of the express ntatfls that two men entered his car east of Walkers Mill and covered him with Then they tied him ropes they brought with hem and rifled the As the train approached Walkers they pulled the signal cord stopped the Tiiey made their escape when the train slowed was at cer of the stomach and hnd decided i traded to the express car by the that there was no hope of their distin guished patients Positive denial of these statements signal and found Roshon It is learned that three bags were rifled by tho who entered the was not Joseph What they obtained is only a matter ot who has attended Cleve land for snld that his patient was all and that all his reports j toeracy upon us It scorns to he their I from Lnkewood were In special not simply to pervert j answer to a as to whether i but to threaten nnd terrorise Cleveland wns suffering from canj cer of tho snid that as si physician he could make j public the dinunosis in the case of j public Dare a senator alien him self with the people What illustrious servants of the peo have lifted honest voices here any of his Any information and elsewhere against the march of on such a were lo bo given conjecture even to tho officials of tho express company at this It is that the booty is of great There are some features of Itoshons story with which the officers are not satisfied nnd they are trying to get at more of the details of the Conductor Latterly States that he knew nothing about ihe robbery un til he heard the signal to which plutocracy to fall political to the should come from the came from the express He saw ly and by whom By the trusts wearing newspaper Insignificant as am If my political career be let them sharpen their for I will be here at the appointed hour and while here only God can stay my voice in behnlf of or ganized united labor and the yeo manry of Heckert of Wittenberg college an nounces that John Bookwalter has given the college Thin makes secured by President Heckert for Uie during the last five May mem bers of the wage of the Amalgamated association arrived here to take up the formation of a scale for the consideration of the conven tion when it starts Its session next May Brunot of this for several years United States consul to but now occupying a similar position In has tendered his resignation and is expected home In a short he At the Lakewood hotel wns said that Cleveland was making very satisfactory progress and it was de nied that his case had assumed a so rious SLEUTHTISTIFIEO Robbery of New York and Louis Express Has Them Guessing no one leave the but hurried to the express car as soon as tho slowdown The contents of the bags were scattered about and Uo found Roshon lying on the floor hound so tightly that he was entirely help Messenger TaKen by May Messenger Roshon has been in the employ of the Adams Express company for about nlno Previous to that he was a conductor on the Panhandle having worked himself up from a In all he has worked on the railroad for about twenty He Is fiftythree years old aiidlives OFFICIALS MINIMIZE THE LOSS with his wife Declare It Will Not Exceed But Other Reports Place It as High as Roshen Not Un der THE POLITE Senator From Arkansas Denounces Subsidized May an Impas sioned speech in the senate Jefferson Davis of Arkansas took occasion to denounce the subsidized The speech was supplementary to his mo tion to discharge the committee on the judiciary from consideration of his bill to abolish He roundly denounced the presidents recent measure outlining measures for spoke of the re moval of In God We Trust from coins and declared that John the Standard Oil company and Plerpont Morgan should be Indicted or He also paid his respects to the his remarks in that con nection being follows Let scavengers of plutocracy howl Gods living where are Us defenders Miserable travesties upon noble post graduates In all arts of slander or I challenge tbe subsidized press the people know your designs and spurn your whether under show ot He Will Say but Will Crowd You Off the Among thi iiiylis tiliont the Iurlslans thill hnvi lniii fiistiMird in tinwtirhl at large Is tin1 iiniloi they jire i ho politest IVO Tllllt 1s a good old lint when yon rmiu1 to it Us mythical soon The Parisians mv coimiKiticni ally They arc the Kfimtisi art Ists at tlie deferential plirnsp and tin obseiinioiiH Actually the Parisian Is not polite He Is not even passably tie Is discourteous iind He walks along the streets as If he owned them and refuses to turn no mat ter what the circumstances He bumps into passeraby who are used to the ordinary street swoops upon the best seats In the public con will not budge an inch when your theater seats are beyond crowds you In tho restaurants and ogles every woman he meets and is generally To be if he sees a chauco to get anything away from you or to advance his own Inter est at your he says Pardon does what he has in His politeness consists of that one So far as his language he is But It Is all conversa uel Blythe In Everybodys Hook Swinging In The people of In have or used to have a barbarous prac tice called hook They deck themselves out with garlands and then assemble together to undergo tbe most horrible A wire about a quar ter of an inch In diameter and seven feet long Is pierced through tbe and then the wretched being will dauce for over half an hour with the wire Btlll hanging through the tongue Some of them form themselves into u row and are then sewed together by u wire netdie threaded with are sewed by tho arms and look like herrings on a wire when ready for the It is thought that the victims are drugged considerably beforehand owing to the dazed expression they wear but sometimes one or two faint null are with great difficulty brought round McDonald and Eokleg bare tneir offlce at tbe corner of Main and May a day of investigation into the robbery of the express car on Panhandle train 25 betweeii Sheraden and Carnegie offi cials of the Adams Express company and the Plnkerton authorities declared positively that the amount taken by the two robbers would rot exceed SGOO and that reports of big treasure hav ing been stolen were Ex press Messenger Noah who was overpowered and tied by the rob has not been placed under ar rest the officials he will not was believed to be the work of Absolutely there is not the slight est suspicion of said superintendent of the Adams Express He is tat liberty as far as we are jwlll concerning the safety cf her husband on his says that he always car ried revolvers and was prepared for an She that he told her over the telephone that he could do having been taken by Phe said that he had never rtftroil a CelebratefflGfi May James thought to IM the oldest war veteran in the United is cele brating his 100th birthday at the Na tional Soldiers home In Clancy was serenaded by the Home Military band and siild that this is the happiest birthday of his exist He was born In Kings May and came to New York at the age of fifteen Later he went to He en listed in the Fourth Michigan guards in 1862 and was honorably discharged in Clancy still enjoys fairly good health and reads the daily though he has lost the sight of one Coal for summer Try a load of Filer Miller a3tf To the woman who Royal is the greatest of time and labor Makes home baking a pleasure and a profit Baking Powder The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar With minimum trouble and cost bis cake and pastry are made clean and greatly superior to the foundintbeshop   

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