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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAT 5 CENTB PBR This Is the Time cf Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE D1Q 4 M B B new suits Choice new for Beautiful Bummer Baits La fabric and Baits of tone and char acter to meet the exactions of Che most Wonaens new Tailored Voile braid or silk with or withoat fancy vests foil pleated skirt with silk drop to Womens Taffeta Silk Suits semifitted models straight or cutaway fronts pleated or gored skirts and f Womens Rajah Silk Suits plain Copen Black or Tan and Grey striped semifitted mod pleated to BOGGS BUHL MOUTH I Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike j Lake Erie White Fish THEY CANT AGREE AT ALL Majority Party in Lower House Seems to Lack Cohesion on Money Question BALTIMOREOYSTERs AT THE J Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Oi Arlington Hotel TRIStAffc NEWS iNBftlEF May cashier of the Home bank tor died of heart He was prominent in Democratic May Mil ler of the orphans court announced his acceptance of the post of third ar bitrator in the streetrailway contro May Wil liam age a for mer member of the Ohio legislature and a member of the board of trustees of the state hospital at is May eudur ance run of the Motor club of Harris burg to Philadelphia and return over a route of 174 miles has 19 out of the 27 cars which started crossing the May at Coal a mining village ot inhabi destroyed the police the fflre apparatus building and several other business including the mayors May age died at his home in near He was born in Ireland and came to this section fifty years Three sons and three daughters May execu tive committee ot the Pennsylvania Bryan league Is In session here today considering its campaign for electing four delegatesatlarge to the Demo cratic national May special conven tion has been called by the United Mineworkers of this district to meet at Greenville tomorrow It la hoped to adjust the difficulties exist ing in the ButlerMercer May the ex plosion of a charge of dynamite in the gangway of the Draper colliery Andrew Cavalage was killed and three foreign laborers so badly injured that they are not expected to May traffic north of this city on theOnto river division to Pittsburg is held up by landslides at Vienna and Williams Several accidents were narrow ly averted when big rocks slipped down on the May Smith and his parents of Irene the little girl who was strangled to death by Robert Bachman while in a religious frenzy at have been released from the Northampton county prison upon the order of Judge held there was no evidence to connect them with the death of the Bachman also was re leased on the same May steel bridge being built across the Monongahela river at Fairmont has been washed Locomotives with steel ropes attached to the bridge held the structure for a but the driftwood forming against the false work carried everything before The same bridge was carried out by ice a tew months The loss will fall upon the Toledo Bridge the May state railroad commission has fixed 1 oclock this afternoon as the time to hear the complaint of the city offi cials and citizens of who will ask the commission to take cogniz ance of the service the Chester Trac tion company Is giving its The delegation will not ask It to take the strike Into recognizing that the law establishing the commis sion does not go into the relations of employer and The matter of public service is one with which tho commission can Kennedys Cough Syrup promptly yet gently on the through which the cold IB forced out of the and at the time It allays CAUCUSED IN VAIN House Republicans Discuss Proposed Currency May Republt can members of the house of repre sentatives were In caucus for three hours last night in an effort to agree upon a plan for currency but adjourned without definite The meeting proceeded with the un derstanding that tho whatever it might should not be binding upon There was a large at but no very marked enthusi asm except ol a personal character when Speaker Cannon took the It was evident from the beginning that there Were so many members who would desire to bo heard that it would he impossible to reach a conclusion at one sitting and It was unanimously agreed to adjourn until The discussion was based on the following which was Introduced by Representative Bennett of New York That the conference ap proves the underlying principles of the Vreeland namely the recogni tion ot commercial paper through clearing house associations as a sure and logical asset for emergency cur rency and also approves the proposi tion that a committee of flve be ap pointed to perfect the such com mittee to report the perfected bill at an adjourned meeting to be held In flve A number of speeches for and against the resolution were notably one by Speaker Cannon warm ly supporting May a Columbus clothing indicted on a charge of blackmailing Luther wellknown citi zen of large property failed to appear In common pleas court for trial and his bond of was declared May Dominic an Italian convicted of mur dering Julius a at Sykesvllle two years was hanged In the county ajll Theexecu tion was witnessed by the jail physi cians and the jury The execu tion was successfully May State Treasurer John Sheatzs first day in office was marked by the receipt of 507 aggregating The number of income which includes checks and money orders ns well as cash is a record The total is large for this time of the May a mill was held for court by Justice Miller of His who madfi the said that three weeks ago she gave birth to a baby girl and when her husband came home and learned the infant was a girl he set fire to the bed in which she and the baby lay and neighbors had to put It May While a crowd of persons here were watching automobile arrive at a checking sta tion in connection with the annual en durance run of the motor club of Har risburg two of the machines ran Into a number of knocking them down and so seriously injuring James age a retired man that he Is not expected to Boys Needed the May age and Joseph age were arrested charged with rob bing the stores of John Flynn and Conrad Hell at South They had baseballs and catchers and field ers Our team needed exclaimed Factors of Safety The human body is a wonderful provided with nervous and mental energy far in excess of normal In the organs and tissues can do double their usual amount of work without strain or because they have stored energy to meet the extra When you feel all tuckered these factors of safety are nearly exhausted and you need to resort to BEECHAMS PILLS to renew the supply of wherever it may be called bilious loss of ner dizzy are warnings that the factor of safety in the bowels or is or Hearing the danger point and needs to tie Beechams Pills increase the supply of strengthen the operate the feed the nerve build and create a reserve supply of which is the only natural and effective way to Protect the Health In boxee with loll ROAST Congressman From New York Holds Presidents Favorite Up to Ridicule DOCTORS ARE WBCNCLY PLACED vower House Of ConQress Seems to Enjoy Attack Directed at General Leonard CommaruierlnChlef in the Philippine May tlmt Hie oillclals of the department ot the Interior had been for years guilty of a gross misinterpretation of an act of Hitchcock of Nebraska In the house of represent atives said that in consequence the government In the last seven years had been deprived of to which it was He was refer ring to the stone and timber which fixed a minimum price on certain tlnv ber land ot per He declared that acres had been sold for while the department in all its branches has and In that the actual aggregate value of that land was Those he had passed Into the hands of the lumber trust and were sold to the people of United States at an advance of 70 per It Is a he ex that our valuable timber lands on the coast have been sold at this minimum price when congress in tended they should be sold at their actual In no case had a high er price been he but he had been advised In writing by the assistant secretary of the interior that hereafter the department pro posed to sell at a higher price than when the value Is A lively debate was kept up In the house on the sundry civil appropria tion A provision for the purchase of acres of land as an addition to Fort Philippine based on a recommendation by Gen eral Leonard elicited severe criticism of that officer by Firtzgerald of New York and Butler of the former contin ually referring to him as The on motion of Hay of was stricken out by unan imous When the provision of the bill was reached appropriating for the purchase of land as an addition to Fort William Hay moved to strike it He main tained there was no military necessity for It and especially so since the army bill provided for addi tional land for the The appropriation was opposed by Fitzgerald of New He said that Fort McKinley already had acres and he contended that acres was sufficient for drill purposes for all the troops In the The he was made by the commanding general In the Fitz gerald rend a letter from General Wood recommending the purchase of acres of land as an addition to Forth which already con tained a similar where was stationed one regiment of infantry and one battery of mountain I undertake to said judg ing from Woods recommcndar tlous lie would Hud It utterly impos sible to drill a single regiment of the urmy If he had the entire United States at his The he when Hie distinguished doctors should have such an Influence In this administration should he were in command of the urmy and in command of naval ves Doctors are tucked away in every conceivable he He maintained that where their knowl edge and education unlit them for the duties to which they are these distinguished doctors should be permitted to practice medicine for a even If to the injury of the people of the United Fitzgerald Inquired why it would not be a good idea to send Wood out to the arid lands of the The he already had exiled one officer because he thought differently from Why he exclaimed amid laugh put this distinguished doctor out on some broad expanse of the public lands with a few troops With a little not In the clubs or royal pal aces which he la permitted to but on ho broad plains with perhaps he would be able to drill one battery and one regiment of infantry on something less than acres of A bill was introduced in the senate by Foraker to authorize the secre tary of war to accept from the na tional Womans Relief corps the pro posed gift of Andorsonville Georgia national The tract includes the famous prison and Its eightyeight acres of land and is contiguous to An derson ville national The banishment by the order of President Roosevelt ot Colonel Wil BOOKS IN OLD WORLD Paper Trust Methods Just Like Standard Oil and The Rest flam Stewart of tho army to Fort an abandoned military post in In all probability will be the subject of Inquiry In the senate by Senator Hayner of His in terest In the case Is on account of who Is a niece of the late Senator William Plnckney Wbyte amTa of William who was in the United States senate In the early part of tho nineteenth Senator Uayner wrote to President Roosevelt asking him for full Information concerning the case of Colonel Stewart as to the reasons which obtained In the war de partment for not giving him a court of These reasons have not yet been supplied to the Maryland The bill appropriating for the erection of a memorial hall on the farm In Kentucky where Abraham Lin coln was born will have the support in the house of the committee on li An agreement to recommend the passage of the bill has been reached by that The me morial edifice is to Inclose the little log cabin in which Lincoln was Clark Griffith Introduced the New York American league baseball team to President The president talked for some time with the mem bers of the mentioning the fact that his son Quentin was an enthusi astic baseball belonging to the same team with Charlie a son of Secretary The president told his visitors that Quentin kept the averages of all the leading ball AGED ONES RIOT Forcibly Eject Man Who Abused Their May decrepit residents of Bethesda home for the their aggregate age years and average age driven by fear that they would be forced from their attacked former manager of the bank rupt and after beating him threw him bodily from the build threatening vengeance if he ever The eighteen the major ity of whom are said Henning agreed to furnish them a home for life for a consideration of In many cases this represented the entire savings of the man or woman who was The home was forced into bankruptcy several months ago and since time has been sup ported entirely by public Henning was forced fropi the manage ment of the place when one of the In mates committed suicide and others threatened to do Helie Is a May Anna Gould and Prince Helle de Sagnn have not left They gave it out that they were about to depart from this city and they carried out the preliminary of leaving so well that many persons were They are still at the Grand hotel here and have not yet de cided when they will go SKYSCRAPERS OF Ancient Regulations Regarding the Height of The skyscraper is no modern inven says a St Louis architect well read in the history of his In all the ancient cities where brick or stone was available high houses within the wails of the city were very numerous because of the lack of ground space for Is the days of Augustus the tene ment houses ot Rome became so high as to be and laws were passed condemning o number of tene ment rows and ordering them to bo taken while at the name time a law was enacted limiting the height of all future tenements to a hundred feet palaces and public buildings there was no limit After the burning of the city In Neros time the which before were no wider than our were made Some of thom through the business part of the city were for ty feet and sowo of the great thoroughfares were The tenement height was lowered to eighty and as a consequence the city spread far beyond Its The average height of a celling In a Roman tenement was a little over five feet The windows were open boles In tho stopped In cold weather with board So the worst modern tenement Is a palace compared wltb the skyscraper home of the poor when the empire was at Its Louis GlobeDemocrat BOOKS GO TO EUROPE Paper Company Discharged on Extra ordinary May When the house committee Investigating the wood pulp and print paper question met a telegram was road from Her man president of the Ameri can Newspaper Publishers associa addressed to Sharp Wil the Democratic leader In the stating that Judge Lacombe in New York hod discharged the Manila and Fibre Paper which had been brought before a grand jury and ordered to produce its The company claimed that Its books had been given to an official who had taken thorn to the telegram said They the paper company now claim that they have done everything In their power to recover the On this showing they were allowed to go What a farcet Our only hope Is the Stevens ftT U GUJklffl American Consul Stands With Courageous Doctor in Defy ing Bubonic Plague DOCTOR IS JAILED BY CASTRO Who Later Was Compelled to Rectify His Mistake and Take Steps to Fight Dreaded Now Under Strict May plague stricken port of La sliut off froin the world by land and by has two the American Thomas and a Venezuelan Gomez The first has become famous as the only consul in IA Guaira who had backbone enough not to sign the document drawn up a month ago by the board of health stat ing that the sanitary condition of La Guaira The other con suls bowed to the wish of the powers which rule and signed the certifica although there were deaths al most daily from the dread Gomez Peraza sprang into great and unexpected It was he who attended the first cases ot bu bonic plague and he reported to the government that several deaths had Peraza was immediately arrested and thrown Into and bacteriologist ot the Vargas hospital at Caracas was sent down to La Guaira to The after examining the cases of sickness in La reported that they were not but Peraza insisted that his diagnosis had been correct and that he could prove it by the exhuma tion of the This was not done and Rangel returned to Began to Die People began to die mysteriously and rumors circulated as to how the sick persons lived only twentyfour Then last after nearly a it became known that Ran gel had gone to La Guaira again that Gomez Perazfi had been suddenly liberated from prison and that no steamers were stopping at La This was the beginning of the Two weeks later President Castro is sued his decree declaring the port iso lated by sea and by land for fifteen days until Rangel could again re Trains on the La Gualra continued their a troop of sol diers up the tpountain to estab lish the sanitary cordonand tho siege of Qualra had When Peraza returned to Lft Guaira from the Caracas jail he was met at the station by a great multl tude and was paraded about the city on his friends Following Castros decree the strick en patients were hurried out to the Cabo Blanco leper together with their and their houses were burned to the Every measure is now being taken in La Guaira to stamp out the bubonic The 500 stevedores who work on the breakwater have put to work cleaning up the Centers of infection are the streets are flooded with which Is set lumber piles are thrown into the and in short La Guaira Is receiving a cleaning which is very much needed and which it has never as there is no work and no business of any distress Is becoming gen eral and provisions are becoming very Steamships Dont All steamers with merchandise for Guaira unload at Puerto from where the goods are hauled to Caracas by the German railroad at a greatly increased The Caracas newspa pers are publishing scathing articles against the business which have greatly Increased the price of Flour is now a The plague in La Guaira IB coating the government hundreds of thousands of dollars in loss of customs and if the port ot Puerto Cabello should also be closed later tho reve nue of the country would be practi cally This would as a the temporary suspen ot payment of the Venezuelan debts and perhaps even of the regular government Insane Woman Cuts Her May suffer ing from temporary Insanity Eliz abeth McPhllomy of com mitted suicide on an open lot near the home ot her sister here by cutting her throat with a butcher While scantily clad she left the house and was followed by her brotherinlaw As he approached her the woman drew the knife across her Then she After going about 100 yards McPhllomy dropped McPhllomy on Sunday made a will giving her sister all of her She then gave jewelry to her These acts caused a watch to be kept over the family did not be lieve she would commit Duchess to Remain May widowed Duchess de who was Miss Theodora Sbonts of New will not return to America with her Theodore who came over to Paris upon learning of the death ot his son inlaw April A posthumous is expected and it is not considered Bate for the duchess to make the long journey to New She will remain In France with her the Duchess until after her ac When your tood seems to nauseate take Take Kodol now and un til you know you are right There isnt any doubt about what It will do and you will find the truth ot this statement verified after you have used Kodol for a few It is sold by Harry West SERIOUS RESULTS You may well fear serious results from a cough or as pneumonia and consumption start with a Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs or colda and prevents serious Refuse sub Bessemer Kodol completely digests all classes of It will get right at the trouble and do the very work Itself for the It is pleasant to online true nature of tho Sold by Harry Figures on University In Germany one man In 213 goes to a la Scotland one 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