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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PER t This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE WQ M May B may sale night gowns Empire Merry Vv V and high neck from plain tucked at 50c to elab orate lace trimd creations at Ten sty Fifteen Twelve Twenty Fifteen Seventyfive cent Muslin yoke of in feather stitching and Nainsook Merry Widow Night Gowns trimd with lace insertion edge and two rows ribbon Fine Nainsook Night low short French fancy lace and embroidery Very fine Nainsook Gown medium low open yoke fine lace and embroidery in sleeves lace Dainty Nainsook orately trimd with lace and em neck and short BOGGS BUHL NORTH Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BUTIMOREOYSTERS STOCKMS MEET Noted Men Gather at Washing ton to Discuss Preservation of Nations Wealth SUMMONED BY THE PRESIDENT Water Mineral He sourest and Best Means of Prevent ing Their Waste Will Be Discussed by Ablest Men of the AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Oi Arlington Hotel Cougt Syru promptly yet gently OB tb trough the oold forced iud time it tJlayi trHvrr May will be an eveutful and historic week In The arrival has already egun of one of the most eminent roups of men that has ever gathered Included In the assemblage will e fortyfour governors of states and their advisers to the num er of 163 and 69 presidents of the eadlng national organizations of the Jnlted total of 26C men not ble for their position and ability to rappla witb a great public The oscaslon Is the conference on atural which will be held t the white house this week and over hich President Roosevelt will The theme of the conference Is ortby of the men who will partlol Its importance is set forth by resident Roosevelt In his detter of in Itatlou to the governors In these words It Is the plain duty of who for tie moment are to take nventory of the natural resources which have been handed down to o forecast the needs ot the future and BO handle the great sources of ur prosperity as not to destroy In ad ance all hope of the prosperity of our Pacts which I cannot ainsay force me to believe that the onservation of our natural resources the most weighty question now bo ore the people of the United this Is the proposed which is the first of its will be mong the most Important gatherings n our history In Its effect upon the welfare of all our Forest Service the The conference represents the cli max In development of President looseveltjs policy regarding natural It is a natural outgrowth f the activities of the forest which has been the pioneer In conser atlon and through the work of which de public mind has been aroused to ae close of a timber fam It Is an of the work of the reclamation service and f the more recently established tech nologlc branch of the geological survey More directly the conference owes ts origin to the work of the inland waterways When Presl ent Roosevelt appointed that commls Ibn he drew attention to the neces Ity of considering not only the water ways but all allied natural the members of the commission lid not go far before they saw the necessity for this broad They ound that one of the most efficient methods of securing steady stream floods in the wet sea on and low water In dry was to provide a huge natural sponge n the headwaters of streams and this ponge is the And so the com mission was confronted at once with he necessity for forest conservation and of They hat the clarity of as well as he maintenance of a steady de pends upon proper cultivation of the soil and so they were carried into the realm of scientific What We Must Do to Be The commission that the development of the waterways will make possible the saving of the for of coal and of In the Im provement ot even merely for aid to It will be neces to construct At some as along the headwaters ot the It will be to make giant in which the flood waters will be and then they will be gradually released dur ing the dry In connection with all these dams a great head of water will be which can readily be developed Into electric And this waterproduced power will natu rally take the eo the commis sion of much of the power which Is now produced through this countrys enormous consumption of and thus conserving the forests and greatly delaying the ex haustion of this countrys coal The increased use of the waterways for transportation so the com mission result In saving which under present goes Into the construction of Cooperation a Big The as It developed before the became too great for them to successfully It required the so they pointed of a number of departments of the federal It because of constitutional the cooperation of the state govern And not less was required some way In which the vastness of the subject and Its commanding Im portance could be brought before the entire the idea of a great conference which would be representative of all sections of the country was suggested to the commis sion by GIfford President Returns From Pine May President Roosevelt returned from Pine Knot last night at WHEN HER BACK A Woman Finds All Her Energy and Ambition Slipping Greenville women know how the aches and pains that come when the kidneys fail make life a Back hip dizzy distressing urinary all tell of sick kidneys and warn ytfu of the stealthy approach of dropsy and Brlghts Doans Kidney Pills permanently cure all these Heres proof of It in a Greenville womans words 39 North Mer cer says I suf fered with a dull aching in the small of my for some months before I realized that my kidneys were de I also had chills and was subject to severe My daughter had been cured of an attack of kidney disease by the use of Doans Kidney so I decided tot ry them In my and procured a box at Aldenderfers drug It was on ly necessary for me to use halt the box in accordance with the directions before I was completely I have no more trouble with my Chills and the headaches being a thlng of the PastI Kidney Pills a most reliable remedy and worthy of much For sale by all Price 50 Foster Mllburn New sole agents for the United Remember the take no Chronic Constipation One who suffers from chronic con stipation is In danger ot many serious Foieys Orlno Laxative cures chronic constipation as It aids digestion and stimulate the liver and restoring the natural action of these Commence taking it today and you will feel better at FoleyB Orino Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and la pleasant to Refuse Bessemer TRISTATE NbWS IN BRIEF May were born to and David near this May trying to close a window at the Wash county home at Edward an fell He was sixtyfive years of May a Jeal ous It William a ersfield shot uncl killed hia wlfo and then turned the gun on self with fatal May men in West Flnley township uncov ered ten large copperhead snakes and several They act oft a charge of dynamite and blasted the snakes out of May un known thief stole a horse owned by Jacob leading It while the owner watched Zelt thought he was a hired man taking the animal out to the watering burglar broke into the clothing store of Schlf fer helped himself to a summer suit with a collar and hat to then dressed a dummy In his castoff May on the construction of the Lake Brie and Youngstown railroad will begin June Gasoline motor cars will be oper ated on the which will run be tween Conneaut and Martins May Joy of winning the first prizeIn an old fid dlers contest was too nfuch for Wil liam age who dropped dead on his way home from a vaudeville theater in which the con test was May who has been planning a goldhunting expedition to South AM was sen tenced to eighteen month hi the pen itentiary for stealing clflna from a local His William received the same s May tlowing the lines of the original chautauqua at Chautauqua the Silver lake management will this year establish n chautauqua In Some of the lead Ing statesmen and orators of the country have been engaged to deliver May age of his advanced years and not wish ing to be a further burden upon his with whom he com mitted suicide by hanging in the barn of his John near May Harry while walking over a cable for hauling buckets used in excavating on East Federal was caugli in the slack wire and thrown ten feet In the His limbs were badly lac erated by the cable and he was other wise May Greene coun a night watchman at the state was held up and beaten while on his way to A negro Jumped on him from knocked him down and went through his obtaining May an eightyearold who was burned six weeks ago while locking up her chickens for the died after suffering great pain1 from The girls dress was set on fire by a candle she was carrying In the chicken May West Alexander is stirred up over the ar rest of Thomas a on a charge of operating a gambling and Jesse Paul Kim mons and Frank Null on the charge of Each gave bail for grand Jury DECLAIM TUFT Lewis Asserts Ohio Man Is the Logical Candidate ISSUES A FORMAL STATEMENT Movement Started Among Knox Sup porters to Prevent Seating of Emery as National Is Asserted That He It No May Em elected as a delegate to the national Republican convention from the Twentyfirst in a state ment given out last night declares his Intention of supporting Secretary of War Taft for the presidential Emery says In pert Those organization leaders in the Republican party who are unfriendly to the perpetuation of the Roosevelt policies have vainly been seeking for some candidate upon whom they can unite and who will be strong enough to defeat Secretary Taft in the com ing national His nomination Is assured and this being the cas9 I be lieve that it will be to the interests of the policies which President Roose velt represents and of the Republican party that a further contest within the party should be avoided and that entire unanimity should distinguish the proceedings of the national con I am further confirmed in this view by my firm conviction that TRIMMERS TO THE BAR Metallic Furniture Case Comet Up For Trial May six men who will be called as defendants In the second of the capital contract casus to come to trial arrived here last nlglvt with their All are ready for the opening of the trial to and an understanding has been reached whereby 11 a case now occu pying two of the lawyers Is not com pleted In time the capltoi case may go on the following The defendants are charged with conspiracy to defraud the stale out of about In a bill of for metallic furniture for the state de partment In the The common wealth argues that the measurements and charges were Improper and that the defendants knew them to be so when the bills were ap proved and The men Indicted are Burd congressman from the Lancaster president of the Pennsylvania Construction com which supplied the furniture Architect Joseph eXAudl tor General William ex State Treasurer ex Superintendent James Shumaker and Frank a traveling auditor for the There have been ru mors that Hustons lawyers would ask for a severance as In the first but attorneys for the state deny that they have knowledge of such a move and the architects lawyers re fuse to KENNED Y LADIES SUITS AT LESS THAN COST PRICE SLAUGHTERED ON SUITS and WRAPS We have just purchased sixty Ladies Suits and fifty Ladies consisting of stylish silk and mercer rubberized fabric coats that are now so taf feta and coverts These are the cream of the strictly up to the minute in and To be sold at 12 the Regular Price Ladies suits that sold at now Lad es suits that sold at now Ladies suits that sold at noiv Ladies suits that sold at npw JO 00 Wraps and Jackets at thesame just think of the saving this is for The Opportunity ofthe Year LEWIS Secretary Taft In any be nominated by a large majority on the first ballot and that he will command greater popular support at the polls than any other candidate who Is now seeking the Republican presidential Taft Logical as a man loyally devoted to the true and great princi ples of the Republican party and as a patriotic I should of course be pleased to see a Republican president selected from the Keystone state if such a result were yet the logic of the situation points so clearly and so certainly to the choice of the great and most compe tent statesman from our neighboring state of Ohio and the needs of the na tion and of the party so strongly call for his selection that I feel it iny duty in common with every other true and loyal friend of President Roose velt and hlB policies to at this time publicly declare my intention to sup port William May initial steps looking to a contest of the seat of Lewis of who was elected a delegate to the Republi can national convention from the Twentyfirst Pennsylvania have already been taken and the supporters of Senator Knox will use every effort to prevent him from securing a seat In the Attempt to Unseat The contest will be made upon the ground that Emery Is not a Republl con and that he is not qualified to sit in a Republican It is spec ified in the call issued by the national Republican committee thatall electors may participate in the selection of delegates without regard to past po lltical but it is also spool fled that only those who believe In the policies of the Republican party are qualified to take part in such selec In view of the fact that Emery has run for congress on the Demo cratic that he ran for governor on the Democratic only two years ago and stood upon the Democratic plat form which declared that Bryan was the certain successor of Roosevelt and that Roosevelts administration was a feeble imitation of Bryans policies certain Republicans believe be is no entitled to sit in the Chicago con FATE PURSUES LITTLE LADS One One Scalded and One Struck by May acci dents to three of which have or will result fatally have oc curred within twentyfour hours in Harrisburg and Tenyearold Howard only son of Lln nle a was playing among some coal flats on the Suseque hanna In front of the city when the dog with which he had been frolllck ing pushed him Into the water and he was James age was watch Ing boys practicing for field sports at Steelton when the shot slipped from the hands of an athlete and struck fracturing his He will probably Steve age pulled a ket tle of boiling water over himself at Steelton and was terribly Truman age fell headfirst from a thirdstory balcony but was caught by his who was walk ing GAME CEASES ABRUPTLY When Two Card Players Are Shot Dead From May crash of a charge of buckshot through a window upon a party of card play ers sent Jerry Apple in his blood to the floor of his little cabin on Apples Island In Black north of this As Apple fell a Al iert jumped to his The report of the shotgun again echoed through the woods and Crowder fell Royal Apples daugh fled and escaped in spite of sev eral charges aimed in her She brought the news of the double ragedy to this city after a night of errlfied flight through the On ler complaint her Royal with whom she had quar has been arrested charged with Dunning stoutly maintains his President to Lay May American republics will unite today In aying the cornerstone of the building which is to constitute the monument the predominant desire of western world for peace and com mercial President Roose velt will Young Farmhand May Voor a a nineteenyearold killed bimself at Toe boy ikot himself U U MU ha4 bMB Captain Ivory May Andrew age Is lead at the home of his at In the Civil war ha commanded Company G of the Eleventh Pennsylvania regi ment and participated la many bard Coffee Originated In Coffee was first produced in Arabia early in the fifteenth It was first linnTted Into Knelanrt about 1650 ROCK HITS TRAIN Injures Three Passengers on Chicago and New York May the Chicago and New express over the Baltimore and Ohio was passing seven miles east of a large rock rolled down from the hillside upon the smoking crushing the roof like an eggshell and Injuring three The Injured are Fair taken to Fairmont hospital taken to Fairmont hospital Griffith col slightly Injured The rocks advent Into the car but the train was soon brought to a stop and order The train was running forty miles an hour when the accident Foreigners Lose by May Al though eight foreigners stood resigned ly watching a blaze that destroyed their boarding money and all their belongings save John wife of the boarding rushed into the flames and In saving was so burned that she Is In a critical The fire caused several thousand dollars loss to Reckos general store and boarding house near the Punxsutawney It Is said nearly the foreigners savings was FrlflhUul Epidemic In May frightful epidemic of exanthematuus typhoid Is raging In the city More than 200 deaths so far hare occurred practically all of the Inmates are In The authorities are withhold ing Taft Managers Claim 554 May weekly statement Issued at Taft headquarters here says Of the 842 delegates to the Republican national conVentlon selected up to and including May Secretary Taft Is assured of the support of at least while only 491 are required to There are yet to be chosen138 the of whom will come from Michi North California and all of which are conceded Tatt Firm May gutted the three upper floors of the sixstory department store of Goldberg on Woodward avenue causing a loss of on which there was 000 The three lower floors which were not burned were flooded with causing heavy May Mor ton head of toe greatest cork manufacturing concern In the world and one of the eminent business men Is dead after an Ill ness of about ten He was sev entytwo years Ever since a boy he had resided in a confer ence between President Dupont of the Municipal Traction company and rep resentatives of the conductors and motoraens union an agreement was reached whereby all differences be tween the company and Its employes will be A strike now seems extremely May monition that an unidentified dead killed by cars at might be George Roach of Bellefontalne caused his mother to visit The body had been but a photo graph taken before burial made iden tification The body was disln brought here for May age shot and in stantly killed his age and then killed The tragedy took place in a field near their whither he had driven his Following family difficulties of long duration Moore was arrested On his release he returned home and committed the May body of a about eighteen years who has not yet been was found dead on the outskirts oE mis city with a bullet wound in the A re volver was lying beside the body and the police think the young man com mitted He is believed to have been n colleee In thn elothlne was found a railroad tioktt to YOUNGS THEATRE MAY Nero and the Burning of Rome A great picture that HwUl interest All Lovers of good music will enjoy The Musical Vendettas Maurice Kane 4 The Funny Dutchman   

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