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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED THE EVENING MAY This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hposier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE B1Q JTORE M MILLION FOR FORESTS Senate Appropriation For Plnchots May senate passed the agricultural appropriation carrying an appropriation aggre gating For building roads and making other permanent Improve ments In the national forest instead of as provided by the house of was appro flvlng onehalf the amount asked by the chief The bill provides that 25 per cent of the In come from the national forests shall be paid to the states In which they are this money to be expended for road and school Improvements In the counties In which the reserves are sit An amendment prohibits ex penditures for the publication of any irtlcle In relation to the forestry serv but It Is stipulated that this shall lot prevent the service giving out In ormntlon on any subject of public The house devoted Its time to the consideration of miscellaneous busi A bill authorizing the appoint as an addition to the regular I military establishment of fifty cap tains to command the Philippine also was Senator Rayner Introduced a lutlon authorizing the president to convene a court of Inquiry to consist of five officers of the army to Investi gate charges and accusations against Colonel William Stewart of the who has been detailed to serve until retirement at the abandoned mil itary post of Fort Rayner spoke today on the resolution and gave notice that he expected the senate to take action at this The house accepted the senate amendments to the bill prohibiting racetrack gambling In the District of Colombia and thus finally passed B B may sale petticoats Every style and ma 50c to Cambric deep lawn six inch embroidery ruf Extra nice Tetticoat tnaae of lawn ftix inch open embroidery Another lot finer deep er embroidery hemstitched Immense assortment of Petti Cambric Petticoats with hand some 9 inch embroidery ruffle on tuckt lawn combination suits The fashionable con sisting of Corset Cover and Skirt or Corset Cover and to Very attractive The Separable consisting of two pairs of Draw ers and one Corset Cover in dch adjusted and perfect to BOGQS A BUHL NORTH NOT MERELY the Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Eric White Fish BUTIMOREOYSTEBS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET WestOt Arlington Hotel Wherein the Writer Resembled Man on the That said a re ferring to an author who seemed to be idling away his is In reality try ing nurd to to get his Ideas flow but he Is He said to me himself that he re sembled a man who made a bet one summer day at the shore that he would swim out a mile and a hcf to a certain The bet was and the rnnustripped and plunged His friend retired to the hotel to watch his progress from the From thewindow with a fleldglass the friend saw the swimmer reach the buoy in due draw himself up out of the water and sit down com with his legs duugilug So far so Evidently he wus rest well pleiisod with his Some minutes and the swim mer had not The watcher re turned to his But every now and then he looked and still the swimmer sat in the same position on the An two hours went Still the swimmer A slim figure seen against the oncoming he sat on the buoys His feet dangled In the He seemed to be Finally it bogan to grow quite thoroughly alarmed at the watcher got a bonl and a couple of bargees and rowed out to his Out there the mystery was soon ex The man was stuck fast to the which hnd been freshly tarred that Washington CHIEF LAYS CORNERSTONE American Republics Unite In Cere mony at May splen did of patronage and beauti ful spring weather the cornerstone was laid of the home for the Interna tional Union of American or as Secretary Root aptly called a temple dedicated to international Three thousand including representatives of official and social life in were Flags of twentyone American republics floated In the breeze over the grandstands while the coats of arms of these countries were displayed at many places about the Over the speakers portion of the presidents stand were the colors of the United States and the latter In honor of Ambassador During the ceremony the flag of each of the score and one countries represented was hauled aloft by a bluejacket from the Washington navy and when the last one had been placed In position the group made a line of emblems that stretched from one end of the court to the As they were being hauled up the marine band played strains from the national airs of the particular country the flag On the presidents stnnd were seat ed the the supreme the diplomatic corps and members of the senatj and John the director of the Introduced Secretary Root as the presiding offi Cardinal Gibbons made the Invo There were addresses by the Secretary Andrew Brazilian Na buco and reading of cabled messages of congratulation from the presidents of the Latin American Bish op Cranston pronounced the benedic S CBNT8 PBR FIFTEEN YEARS OF Will You Continue to Suffer from Ca tarrh In the Face of Thfe Testimony I suffered for fifteen years with catarrhal troubles so bad that I had to leave the I could not He down at to on account of tho constant catarrhal I went to two different hospitals for treat but without any lasting ben I was constantly raising yellow and green and the trouble was so unbearable and nauseating that iTvas ashamed to go out in com I have used only two bottles of and have been cured by the It has made full ana complete Hyomei Is a antiseptic extracted from the Eucalyptus groves of It Is a pleasure to use because you do not take it into the stomach you simply breathe inthis germkilling and relief is and complete re covery comes in a few Hyomei Including an inhaler that will last a costs If it does not cure your bron coughs or Griffin will give you your money SENATOR HARMS SAKE Republican Leaders Endeavor to Reach Agreement on Party Candidate TAFT HAS LEAD IN THE RACE Plan Is to Nominate Fairbanks For Vice President and Make Cannon Speaker Again Provided Lower House Is Again Quite She has a very useful How do you muko that out He can always suggest something John Rlha of says I have been selling DeWltts Kid ney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever Sold by Harry that he wants Free for Detroit A generous confession disarms Chronic Constipation One who suffers from chronic con stlpation is in danger of many serious Foleys Orino 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 Foleys Orino Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and la pleasant to Refuse Bessemer May Republican leaders in congress are now working earnestly on a plan to prevent any break at ths Chicago convention that might disrupt party harmony and en danger defeat the polls in Conferences have been held at both ends of the capitol among such men as Senators Allison and Crane and Representatives Payne and Sherman pf New Tawney of Jenkins of Wisconsin and Smith ot In meetings of small groups from this list have been of almost daily occurrence for more than a They have been direct ed to one nomination on the first by which they mean Wil liam While no definite result has been they believe their efforts will be Most of the men figuring prominent ly in this movement were numbered against Taft early in the but party policy and the necessity for which have been manifest in Republican ranks since the disas trous results of the BlalneConkling has awakened a demand that personal desires be subordinate to the will of the That the efforts of the group of leaders back of the harmony movement have not been barren of results is indicated by the fact that to a number of the tonfer ences have been called such men as Senators Hopkins and Depew and Represent atives Parsons and Vreeland of New Boutelle and Mann of Burke and Dalzell of Watson and Landia of Indiana and others who are backing the candida cies of Vice President Speaker Senator Knox or Governor Roosevelt Sentiment No attempt is made to disguise the fact that the real impetus to such a concerted movement In the Interest of Secretary Taft is the refusal of Roose velt sentiment to be snuffed out and the danger of such sentiment spread Ing to an extent that might be difficult of control at At the same tlmeU Js Raid the movement Is not hostile to President who ad mittedly occupies the position of com mand In the Taft He has made it perfectly plain that nothing can come of the renewed calls for his re nomlnation which have been made In Utah and as he 1 prepared to reject any proffer o no matter how The uttermost limit of endeavor o the Republican leaders who are strlv ing to harmonize party differences is to eliminate all candidates for the nomination except Secretary bui It is not anticipated that alt of the candidates readily will agree to this Supporters of Senator Knoa particularly are said to oppose the and one of the other candi dates Is holding out strongly that there Is no immediate demand for At the same time there are leaders In Penn sylvania and New York who are par ties to the movement with the knowl edge of the favorite son candidates from those Why Theyre For The of Secretary Taft as the of the harmony fac Won Is made because of the fact that he is the only candidate who has suffi cient instructed votes to promise an The argument of the harmony faction is that If Taft should fall to secure the nomination on the first ballot and the allies were able to hold out against him it would mean a convention contest many These leaders have little doubt that In such a contingency the Roose velt thirdterm sentiment would threat en a stampede and though they have little doubt that the president would not hesitate to squelch any proposl tlon looking to his renoralnation the effect of such a stampede can only be The possible desired results upon die campaign fbY the election 6t the whoever he may is one of the arguments used to draw the socalled allies Into the harmony Republican leaders concede that their majority in the house Is likely to be materially reduced at the fall and they fear that unless all factions are brought together before the Chicago convention they might lose their majority One of the plans being discussed favorably is the renominaUon of Fairbanks as vice president on the ticket withSec rotary they would TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF May Moore of a traveling man for Schroth ft window shade inanufactu rers of shot and killed him self in his room In the Crlttenden May con ventloa of the Grand the Knights of Malta of Pennsylvania that is to be In session here for three was opened Informally last May Mc age drowned in a ditch while crossing it on a Play mates heard the boy but not seeing the accident failed to locate the May Outfielder late ot the Philadelphia Na tional league baseball has Joined Pitcher McCarthy and In flelder McCarty were unconditionally released by May Stapley have made an assign ment to William No figures are yet but the firm has done a heavy having a large number of branch May accused of stealing a escaped from officers at umplng out of a window in the offices of Justice Reed while the justice and others were examining the May of unknown origin destroyed a vaudeville heater owned by Samuel Hantman ind damaged the stores of Levy and the Chicago Dairy com all frame structures in North Pittsburg STORMS SLAY May Tho contro versy between the Municipal Traction company and Its conductors and mo tormen over wage rates and other grievances wilt be The scope of the proposed arbitration has been agreed May an explosion of gas in 1 slope ot 7 operated by the Susqua hanna Coal company at five miners and all Poland were burned upon hands and John Gorret was fatally Series of Twisters Causes Sor row and Damage in Oklahoma WIND PERFORMS ODD TRICKS Drives Plank Through takes House From Over of Social Gathering and Wrecks Dugout by Tossing Horse on IU May least eight persons were killed and scores of others Injured In the several torna does In Northwestern Oklahoma The dead are Little Robei El lis county Little Ellis county two unknown per Ellis county How Woodward county Arthur Woodward county Wil liam Major county pewey Telephone communication is cut 08 from the storm area and the only other means of getting information is by The nearest point to Wood ward that the storm struck is at Mu five miles The most dis tant Is Little In Ellis which is fully fiftyfive miles south west of this The disaster seems to have consisted of a succession ot tornadoes occuring between 6 oclock and 1 oclock They ap peared first in the western part of the devastated and moved toward The most serious results were in the vicinity of where thirty persons are believed to have suffered broken Nearly all of these vic tims are residents of The town known to have been destroyed i a postofflce in the southern part of Woodward where It is said there is not a house left Postmaster Speck has asked that remove Indiana from the doubtful col rine a who formerly May body of a Postofflce inspector be sent to report the woman found dead on a lot in the southern section of this city has been identified as that of Mlsa Catha umn and it safely It is believed also that with Re publican forces solidly aligned Taft Jould easily carry Illinois and the larmonizers are willing to concede Cannons reelection as speaker by a Republican There is a move ment on already to bring about the renomlnatlon of Hughes as gov ernor of New York and an effort will e made to bring Secretary Taft and Senator Foraker it is would make Ohio Plans Become No efforts have been spared to keep hese plans but there are oo many persons cognizant of the program for secrecy to be Frank who is the Taft manager In Washington and who Is directing the greater part ot the sec retarys national has had numerous conferences with various Republican leaders Interested In the and United States District Attorney Joseph Kellng of Indian political manager for Fair has been in Washington sev eral times recently and has conferred with the same KENNED Y LADIES SUITS AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS COST PRICE SLAUGHTERED ON SUITS and WRAPS Ctfttfk Byrup acts promptly yet gently on the through which the ooM forced out of the wd at the we It tUayt Ham m 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 Ladies suits that sold at now Ladies suits that sold at Ladies suits that sold at now 1000 Wraps and Jackets at the same just think of the saving this is for j The Opportunity of the Year I May Charles age whose home la at Linden lias been dis charged from the Homeopathic hospi tal after he had been cured of cyanide of potassium His case Is the first of anyone recovering after partaking of the deadly May Utzln age was arrested by Chief of Police Clark on the charge of An attempt was made to burn Ira Demarees but the house was A second attempt was The police found tracks in the clay which led to the Utzlnger May sec ond conspiracy trial growing out of the furnishing of the state which was to have begun In the Dau Hved at 168 West Thirteenth New She had been a patient at a local hospital Buffering from nerv ous prostration and the police say she evidently committed suicide by swal lowing carbolic May Drugged and John age of was found by a train crew upon the Nickle Plate The engineer saw the man barely in time to save his Dillon was taken to Central police station where he was Dillon said he was attacked by four who forced him to drink some bitter Dillon then became He Bald the thugs obtained besides all his May organized flght against the Black Hand society has been launched The county clerk has issued a charter to the Italian American Fraternal so The objects of the society are mutual aid and assistance to be provided by the payment of stated sums into the treasury of the corpo ration on account of the many imposi tions against the foreigners in this section by the Black Hand Strikers Fight Owen May a pitched battle at the Canadian Pacific railway sheds between striking long shoremen and a detachment of special constables from Toronto three men were shot and two badly One of the Samuel had his skull fractured and is in a serious con A call has been sent to To ronto for assistance from the regulars and 100 men are expected if a compro mise is not reached at The mayor read the riot act before the crowd would Later a set tlement was reached on a basis of IB cents and H cents an hour for over on his which was Thrilling incidents are related by alt who have received any from the storm Hale ot Little Robe was one of the most prom inent cattlemen in bis Howser at Viol wan taking refuge a dugout when he was A horse was lifted by the wind and through the top of the burying the victim beneath the entire earth roof of the dugout and the weight of the animals A horse belonging to Slbel of Mutual was killed when a piece ot 2 by 4 lumber was driven through its At Mutual fifteen young persons had gathered for an evening The storm lifted the house off the floor on were leaving the floor and the young people unharmed Null and daughter of near Ar nett were overtaken by the storm while They took refuge in a hollow Their horses were killed when a nearby tree Reports from the vicinity of Viol state that hail did much damage to crops and Hailstones measuring 13 to 18 Inches In clrcumx ference are said to have Wrfflfit May Wright brothers ot continued their airship experiments along the lonely beach at Kill Devil twelve mlleg from here across the With fa vorable atmospheric conditions the Wright brothers ascended in their air Reaching an elevation of sev entyfive feet above the sand dunes covering the halfmile of beach be tween the ocean and the sound at Kill Devil the aeronauts directed iheir ship southward and proceeded Lads Pocket Blows May the explo phin county court was postponed Percussion caps in his pocket until today owing to the fact that wWIe at school John fourteen several lawyers who are to appear in the trial are engaged In other May age a committed suicide by hanging at his home at Cuyahoga Recently he had had teeth extracted during which he sustained an accident to his jaw and an abscess The pain caused by the abscess IB assigned as the causa of his May unknown man attempted to force an entrance to Constable William Halllas residence at South Hallis fired at him from aa upstairs When the shot was fired the man Hallla fired a second time and the bullet took for the robber yelled with pain and May Merry Widow hat has been conquered by the Maurice Penfleld pastor the First Baptist He an that hereafter he will reserve a block of seats In the center of the auditorium for the No womeu will tw allowed in the seats or in years was seriously Coffee Originated In Coffee was first produced In Arabia early In the fifteenth It was Qrst Imported Into Eueland about 1650 for two miles down the coar landed with ease and the quite They was Big Towboat In May tow boat Sprague was swept against OB the Henderson sinking coalboat and two coal Ninety thousand bushels of coal were causing a total loss of Awful Acrid IkeDey soy dat steady drtlh pin o wnterll wear away a Dreamy happen t mans stomach by pooria tlaasfuls inter YOUNGS THEATRE MAY V Nero and the Burning of Rome A great picture that will interest of goqa will enjriy The Musical Vendettas Maurice Kane The Funny Dutchman   

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