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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PBR M This Is thft Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built i More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE WQ Men of Ail Faiths Join With President in His Great Undertaking TO CONSERVE NATIONS WEALTH FortyFour Governors and Other Dis tinguished Men Attend First Days Sessions Permanent Organization and Harmony First B B for brides trousseaux Or for any woman who ap preciates dainty Bot from an overstocked Importer hand somest lot Corset Cover Pat terns it was ever our privi lege to present at anything like the Threequarters complete Corset Cover Patterns combinations of Embroidery and Venise or Val Lace also all Large variety of each so exquisite its hard to make choice between Corset Cover Patterns that would and quick ordinarily at One to Four to BOGGS NORTH PA HBALTIMOREOYSTERS Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish POLITICS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Oi Arlington Hotel May destined to mark material progress In Americas resulted from the flrst of the three days conference at the white at which President the governors of fortyfour cabinet supreme court representatives and experts are participating In efforts to reach conclusions on the beat methods of conserving the natural resources of the United The flrst Is that apermanent organ ization between the states and the na tion Is necessary to accomplish the end sought and will likely result from the present The suggested by Secretary that there Is no limitation by the constitu tion to the agreements which may made between the states subject to the approval of The two ideas fully it Is would result In the conservation of the energies and resources of the na tion through uniform and unconfllctlng both national and The Idea the conference should be perpetuated developed In the form of resolutions offered for later consider ation by Governor Glenn of North Car olina and Governor Folk of There were many but a parlia mentary move to save time sent them to a committee for A HistoryMaking So crowded was the day with inter esting and Important developments and so fraught with historymaking possibilities political and to make but a categorical enumeration of events would seem to give the best conception of the occa Fortyfour governors of sovereign states of the union sat on gilded chairs In the historic east room of the white house and chatted from 10 to 11 oclock in the Five hundred other persons taxed the capacity of the They were cabinet supreme court rep experts in all Unas of With a flourish of trumpets the president and vice president en tered at 11 and the conference flrst of its kind in the history of the The setting for the scene was mag nificent and It was in the east designed In colonial days and occupying the entire east end of the It Is elegant In Its pol ished oak white walls and cell rich In simplicity ot decoration and gold plush The assem blage faced the east which was made resplendent by a platform done In green backed by two large framed maps of the United showing In colors Us various resources In the center of which was a device for the production of colored glass Il lustrations of the with a glaring reproduction of a forest fire on Seats of honor directly in front of these maps were occupied by mem bers of the presidents cabinet and Justices of the supreme The president and vice president occupied highbacked green plush chairs on either aide of the President Warmly There was no doubting the first cli max of the It was the reception of the He had been at work n the executive offices up to the very minute of He entered the east room on the minute of 11 as the marine baud rendered the pres dential The governors clapped their they ive hundred others took their cue and the demonstration became tumul Then followed a The venerable Edward Everett ihaplaln of the leaning one arm on the back of the chair on which he president was read from he Scriptures the description of the fertility of the land promised the chil dren of Israel and followed it with a supplication for guidance in the pres ent President Roosevelt here began his explanation of the reason for the con His fiftyminute speech was many times Interrupted by and Avhen he finally reached his point of praise to the Inland waterways com mission and declared with characteris tic vigor that should congress neglect to perpetuate the I will do It he captured the assem The governors stood up and senators and congressmen added a laugh to their applause and j general assent was given The presidents speech ended the morning with the vice shook hands with each member of the The gov ernors and delegates were photo graphed with the president on the portico of the white The pic ture will also show William Andrew Hill and Gus tav specially Invited partici It was at the afternoon session that the real work of the conference be It developed flrst that the presi dent finds It Impossible to devote ha entfre time to the He will call to order each session and then designate a governor to This honor flrst tell on Governor Noel of with the intimation from the president that today he should call upon Governor Johnson of Min after this announce as If his political Instinct had received a the president sud denly called upon Bryan to Inter rupt the program aud Incidentally the prepared speech of Andrew Car negie and address the Bryan acknowledged the enthusiasm his name aroused by lifting his hands and then Indicated a desire to speak on It waa from the utterances of Carnegie and those who followed him that the gravity of the problems to be considered were given Two hundred years of coal supply and halt that of Iron was the prediction of the famous These facts he bore home with but good na turedly hinted that he would be dls puted by my Problems There were ways by which both the coal and Iron supply might be con according to Carnegie by economies In mining and In use and the development of water trans which he said required less of both It was at the conclusion of Car negies address that the resolutions began to pour The two above re ferredto which received Laxative Cough Syrup promptly yet gently en the through which the cold ti forced out of the and at the aame time it allayi 8oM by Harry Weefc FORAKERJPASSES IT UP at His Postpones Vote on Brownsville May The further consideration of the Brownsville affair was postponed by the senate until This decision was reached after an extended exchange of views among alter urging the appointment or an early day tor voting on his moved that It be laKea up next After a motion by Cuiberaon ot Texas to vote on the bill next Saturday was laid on the table Foraker s motion was adopted by a vole of G2 to Foraker gave out a statement saying that while he could iiot have the bill now he thinks he has Insured Its passage by the Senator Rayners resolution direct Ing the president to appoint a court of Inquiry to Investigate the case of Colonel William Stewart of the now stationed at Fort was referred to the committed on military The senate passed the house bill restoring the In God We on coins of the United The proposed repeal of the com modity clause of the rate bill was con sidered at some Onehalf of the fivehour session of the house was spent in When the days work had been concluded the agricultural and1 postofflco appro priation bills had been sent to con ference and the following bills passed Permitting owners of patents In cases where the governnient has appropriat ed inventions to fipply to the court of claims for rellif authorizing the entry of tea sweepings when Intended to be used in tip manufacture of caffeine an omnlmE bridge Isthmians SeeXReal Oil May An oil tank belonging to the Union Oil com pany at Mount Hope became Ignited during an electrical The which had a capacity of j Elevator Scalps Read age was scalped in a store when hie head caught in an elevator saott HE WAS lot The Clergymans yiiltor Finally What In that said a theatrical such approval that the prediction was made of their ultimate White of West Virginia added expert knowledge and predic tion on the subject of coal and in which he predicted the exhaustion of Plttsburg coal supply in ninety three years and the West Virginia fields In practically the same John former head of the United Mlneworkers re celved a cordial reception for the Ideas he He estimated that fully 26 per cent of the coal In the mines already developed had been wasted In mining and a much greater percentage In Without such which he believed might be the supply of coal woulc lost Instead of 200 years as pro He concluded with a plea foi more attention to mine one of whom he said is killed and severa injured with the mining of tons of Johnson Airs His Governor Johnson of Minnesota made a lively In which he took issue with Carnegies statement that wasteful methods prevailed In iron mining in the Lake Superior re gion and cheerfully assured that gen tleman that Hill will be glad to take Issue with him on some Two he confronted the was the conservation of the natural other the true development of he was as great as the Technical information was next sup plied the conference by Van Helse of the University of who was introduced by Governor John A call for Governor Hughes met spontaneous but the depart ure of the governor for Albany was John Hayes who has the reputation of being the highest paid mining engineer In the read a paper on engineering he drew the conclu sion that while this was no way to revolutionize mining they might be Improved Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup does not but on the other hand its laxative principles gently move the Children like Sold by Harry West tftlSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF CAPITOL TRIAL DRAGS Prosecution Begins by Introducing Pre liminary May May The postofflce at Washington was entered by burglars and 6300 was aDe progress toward establishing the The resl srounds upon which the common wealth hopes to prove Its case was made In the capltol The state had I made a as queer a mistake as one that was made by a of a clergy The clergyman had advertised for a and the next morning after breakfast a well clean shaven young man In black was ushered into his please said the Hilary Age Twentyeight What work have you been accus tomed to I am a The clergyman This was as he many were called In the few But he do you understand the conduct of a household In a general murmured die applicant Can you carve Wash glass and silver The young man seemed He frowned and Just then the clergymans wife entered Are you married was her first said the young what I called to see your husband I desire to know if he can make It convenient to officiate at my wedding at noon next Thursday THE Laughing Bird Startling YOUNGS THEATRE MAY The Harmony Trio Character and Refined Singing Tommy Hayes Trick Bone Soloist Pictures Thirsty Moving Men To the outside world the greatest or nithological oddity in Australia is the Though Australians take little notice of It except occasionally in a hostile its cachlnnatlon appeals irresistibly to the Like the shrikes and the curlew and the it is a conspicuous figure in the scenery of a typical bush home and therefore too common to be worthy of In earlier times It was known as the settlers clock from a belief that Its joyful paeans were vent ed regularly at noon and being quiescent through the heatof the forenoon and the wane of the after That belief has long been shat teredThe kookaburra laughs Just when the fit takes particularly when and it laughs as readily at the violent death of its motherinlaw as it does at the enraged settler when be falls off bis A wounded blrc makes a demoniacal which wll bring all others within hearing into the neighboring and these once set up an echoing cackle that la repeated again and The kookaburra is also known as th laughing goburra and the laughini Australia May than persona attended the sale of un serviceable furniture from the state department at the The sale waa the first ot the kind held in years aad more than articles were put About waa May dence ot Andrew Mough of Young wood was the family chlo roformed and May a venerable Cincinnati physi Is lying critically ill at the Clar endon hotel In this city with very little hopes for his May Grand Knights of the Golden decided to meet In Pottsvllle in Pottsvllle received 189 votes to 113 for Norrlstown and 1 for May Scherff fined a coal ten cents and ordered htm committed to jail until the fine was Buzzard He pleaded guilty to a charge of May State Democratic Chairman Dlmellng and Secretary Meek are here to prepare for the convention next They made the necessary arrangements for the use of the Lyceum Bowling May wearing masks and carrying frightened the eightyear old daughter of English Into It was several hours before physicians were able to quiet May state railroad has postponed the hearing of the Rupert case against the Lehigh Valley Railroad company set for No action was taken In the Chester Traction May Gray ot recently returned from has He attended high school commencement exercises at Reno and It Is feared that more than 200 persons may have been exposed May Gib a was shot and killed by a posse following an attempt to assault a negro childs mother came to the girls rescue and Gibson beat the mother so severely that she cannot May ban dllng a revolver which she did not know was loaded the weapon was dis charged and Blanche Beavers ot Gravel Bank shot her sevenyearold brother Ralph The bullet near the heart not May myste rious gas explosion destroyed the res idence of a storekeeper of and endangered the lives of the who had been confined a few days had to be carried from the burning May grand jury has ignored the bill charging James Perkins with Perkins was the man as hauler in the Ellsworth was supposed to have left open the door that made possible the recent explosion in that resulting in four May old Dale Johnson was accidentally killed near his home In While looking Into the muzzle ot a Flobert rille the weapon was dis The bullet passed through the boys chin Into his He ran a quarter of a mile and dropped May the will of Belinda which was ordered probated by the Greene county an estate valued at to In Greene county is distrib uted among Relatives are cut Morris was the widow of James a wellknown phy May who shot himself in the temple at Slstersville because he was disappointed In Is The re end yoiver used by Sherwood belonged to Grover Helms of who acci opened Its side and presented docu mentary and formal proof ot various matters which will figure later In the The day waa occupied chiefly by routine testimony and the attor neys for the commonwealth were very well satisfied with what had been Today a similar line of evidence will be it Is expected that the ob jections which formed such a consid erable part ot the proceedings will be renewed as the attorneys for the defendants are fighting every of fer by the commonwealth and vary few of the exhibits went In without ob Attorney General Todd Joined the at torneys at the commonwealths Scarlet made the opening address and Cunningham Is conducting the examination of A long series of objections made to offers of letters tending to show that Congressman Cassol had accepted the contract under the bid made under the 1902 Finally a letter waa offered which showed that Cassel had asked for a The defense objected and the latter finally went In to show that Cassel had accepted the The state offered letters showing the employment of Joseph Huston as architect to design metallic furni This was followed by the read Ing from Kldders manual of the pro fessional understanding of an archi tects This documentary evidence required more than an Then the quantities plans for the me tallic furniture for the state depart ment were There were four teen sheets In were STILL KILLS Makes Its Appearance in Louis iana and Mourning Fol lows Its Path CASUALTY LIST NOT COMPLETE Woeful Reports Coming In Pram Scene of Disaster in Eastern Ne tions Favorable For May to Information received In this a tornado struck parts of causing loss of life In Oil City and Reports say the storm started north of swept along to Little Texar kana and is centered in It Is reported that a town of 200 Is wiped out and that a number of lives have been May per sons were killed and ten others were Injured during a tornado dam aged the town ot May weather bureau has Issued a warning declaring that conditions in Eastern Nebraska are similar to those existing just be fore the tornado and that further dis turbances might be Only two of the six railroads between Omaha and Chicago were In working Burlington trains frtm CJhicago are being routed down the Nebraska side of the Missouri river for twenty five miles and sent In a roundabout way to their The storm apparently followed both Bides ot the Missouri valley south ward from a point just below Omaha and towns and farmhouses In its path were scattered over a stretch ot coun try twenty miles Reports from the tornadostricken district south ot this city added three victims to the list of the The monetary damage is estimated at a half million The casualty list continued to grow as communication I Is partly restored with the flve towns which suffered most from the and the list ot some ot whom are fatally will reach at least Dlplodocua Set Up by May Hoi director ot the Carnegie museum at has completed the work of mounting the cast of thdlplo dccus the gift ot Andrew Carnegie to the A dinner was given last night in honor of Holland by a distinguished company of German university pro fessors and Imperial Herr Theodore von formerly Prus sian minister of state and Holland will leave for tow to every Qne rf flye in the path of the Meadows and badly wrecked and gift to Tired with that no am bition feeling that Is commonly felt In spring or early can be easily antf quickly altered by taking what is known to druggists every where as Shoops One will absolutely note a changed feeling within 48 hours after begin ning to take the The bowels get sluggish in the winter the circulation often slows the Kidneys are and even the Heart In many cases grows de cidedly Shoops Restor ative Is recognized everywhere as a enulne tonic to these vital t builds up and strengthens the vornout weakened nerves it sharp ns the failing and univer ally aids It always quick y brings renewed and Try it and be Sold by Harry McDonald Ecldes coal office at he new dentally shot and killed his James about flve years ago with the same May Igna tius of died at the parsonage of Johns this at oclock last Death was due to exhaustion caused by overwork and heart The end came suddenly while the phy sician who had been In attendance was absent from the May the funeral of William vice president of the Queen and Crescent line and president of several other was on its way to Josephs ceme tery all business on the big railroad system paused for five minutes as a mark of respect to the whose railroad career had carried him from messenger boy to the head of uu meroua New May Angry citizens of a small mln Ing town near would have lynched Jesse Hines but for prompi action by Sheriff Hlnes is said to have attempted to assault Mary ten years of while she was passing through a wood on he way home from Hines was captured by two who held him until UM sheriff A few mln utas after the officer left with Hines a crowd of formed or the pur ot lyacblaf the prisoner the village of Fort Crook and the post t that point suffered heavy There are two battalions of the Six teenth regiment stationed at the fort and the men were put at work clear ing up the debris and putting the bar racks in At Bellevue college classes re sumed their using such build Ings as were not wholly The damage at that point will probably reach The Bellevue terian the oldest religious structure in was Whenyour food seems to nauseate take Take Kodol now and un til you know you are right There isntany doubt about what It will do and you will find the truth ot this statement verified after you have uaed Kodol lor a few It is sold by Harry West WAR IS DECLARED v l Manufacturer Profit Three We Will Duplicate Any Price On The Same Grade Piano and Then Give You 10 Per Discount The Only Manufacturers Piano Sale At GREENES MUSIC STORE May it not appear to you reasonable that a PUtsburg dealer comes to Green ville and sells a piano that he has his profl to get Does It not appear to you reasonable that the manufac turers of those pianos has his profit out of it Does it not appear to you reasonable that the Greenville dealer has to have bis bit Who pays It all The person who and you know It is an unequal war and Is forced on but we have never been known to quit so we are fn it to a finish for we are manufacturers of one of the old standard made one whose reputation IB second to none one with 70 years of success behind us and we have the pianos to show you when you Get any dealers price then come to us and we wllj give you the same grade piano for the same price with an extra discount of 10 per Hqw can we do It We are not Deafen but AND THERE IS ONLT ONE TO PAY WHEN YOU BUY Dont make any mistake but frt GREENES MUSIQ STORH and us convince you that do uit exactly as we One word in regard to our financial standing Go to any OreenylHf and ypu wUl find that we arf one the strongest LUV lj i to tie Call at once at Greenes Music Store 141 Main Pa i   

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