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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING 5 ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PER Is the Time of Year Everybody Hposier Kitchen Cabinets Every Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE WQ Governors Discuss Plans for Conserving the Nations Natural Wealth NOTED MEN PRESIDE AND TALK as he was DlI Governor enhl congres versity Of crops and keeping the proper slonal He declared ho should quantity of organic matter In the soil go home and a forestry coin was the secret of larger production j mission and urged all governors to dc Concensus of Opinion Is That Prompt and Effective Steps Must Be Taken to Prevent Impending National Ca Ideas May B B boys wash suits Bearing the distinguishing marks of Quality and Blue Red or Tan woven line Bars on White and White Striped plain Nat Ural Russian Blouse Scarf and all the finishing details of Russian Blouse Blue and White striped Galatea with large sailor or eton 2y2 to Only best fabrics used for our Boys Wash that will stand the service any wide awake boy will subject them that will launder and hold their with exactness of detail and finish that give them precedence over usual Boys iWash Another line aa further Boys plain Blue Chambray regula tion Sailor Blouse and cuffs finished with three rows WhiU ered stars on collar and emblem on cord and 6 to Boys Wash colors and to NORTH I Fresh Fish f j Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BUTIMOBEOYSTEBS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Ol Arlington Hotel May was the warning sounded at the conference of governors at the White House of the danger the nation confronts in soil waste and forest The gov ernors listened and talked and applaud but took no This is left for the last day of the and a plan IB on foot to have the pre pared speeches for that day printed In the record In order that the time may be devoted wholly to The resolutions committee was In session all day and will report In the morn A supplementary meeting of a number of governors followed the days session and a committee consisting of the governors of and Nebraska was appointed to bring in a suggestion for a permanent or ganization of of any other organization which may be formed by the confer The president presided over the morning and afternoon which were afterward presided over by John son of Minnesota and Deneen of Illi Jrfmes Hill of the Great Northern who led a long list of speak treated the depletion of the na tions resources In a very serious and impressive He presented con ditions respecting mineral soli and for showing wanton waste In each In and drew a picture of political chaos when all were gone wherein the people would tear down the very pil lars of government Hill believed such results could and should be avoid ed by prompt Experts Give Soil waste and forest conservation received expert treatment by Profes sors Chamberlain of Chicago and Kansas v the desire of convention to engage In general dis The demand to bo heard was and the same eagerness was manifested at the close of the after noon which Included an ad dress on irrigation by former Gov ernor Pardee of a paper on gazing and read for Jastro of who was taken ill during the and general obser vations on land conditions in the west by former Senator Carey of Secretary Wilson met a hearty re sponse to a practical talk on the mis takes In farming and the same croii each ynar on the same and benefit to the What New York state has and Is doing for her was set forth with spirit by and frame commissioner of the Empire In twentytwo he not n single snwlnp stick of timber would be standing in that state unless a halt was called on cut This notwithstanding that the state was planting more trees than all other states and the nation Where New Jersey Forty per cent of New Jersey Is asserted Governor Fort as he began an entertaining talk which ended with the declaration that tho ambition of the state was to be tho playground of the and to its seashores find woods he Invited the pwernors to conio each The university Is graduating practi cal foresters nt the rate of thirty to forty a nnd nil of these are ob taining This desire for ex perts led President Hadlny of Yale to predict that the people of the nation would be arousod and educated to true conditions In twenty years and would then assume the burden of conserving the of the country without state or national aid or And hero It just before the morning session that Gov ernor Glenn of North Carolina got the platform and won applause at once by declaring In the language of one of the greatest sages and statesmen of these United Cleve Is a condition and not a theory that confronts us Forest Protection a Forest protection was the nations present and he advocated coop eration between the states and the na Governor Glenn demanded that the conference leave no doubt on the mind of congress of what was and as an entering wedge ho wanted resolutions Indorsing the pending bill creating the White mountain and Ap palachian forest The applause which met this statement Indicated that the governor had his audience with and he proceeded to an swer Speaker Cannons banquet sug gestion of the night before the states well unite their forces to this end and leave the nation 1 want to said Governor with that we of the south tried such a confederation but It did not We wont no more of and handkeifc ernors and delegates shouted and ap while Governor Glenn went on to remark that he was the son of a Confederate who died for the cause and now he was the son of the union aad interested first and last In the welfare of the Quieting down from Its outburst of the convention listened to the record of Wisconsin in control of minerals and as set fwth by Governor Davidson of that and then took a recess for Following the regular papers on the afternoon Governor Folk of Missouri gave his indorsement to what Laiatlve Couch Syrup promptly yet gently on the through which the oo4 forced out of and the it by Hwry The Forced Sale Of The Stock Is Still Going Special Bargains This Week In Straw Hats Light Soft Hats Summer Suits Childrens Play Suits Childrens Blouse Waists Leave your order for a tailor made summer suit before our stock of cloths is used expressing the belief that the state legislatures would ratify the Forestry Methods Issue wu squarely Julnpd us to some of the maUioda pursued by the gov erntnent In the regulation nf forest reserves by four governors from the The first to criticise was Brooks of He said It was not just Wyoming to be taxed to support the national forestry orcan which did work In oilier many of which made no reve nue return to the Governor Cutler of Utah was not so pronounced in his but gave details of what his state had done on Irrigation and waterway Governor Goodlng of Idaho granted right of the nation to make water way but contended that resources lying within the borders of a state should be left to This was the feeling of Idaho regarding her Governor Toole of Montana said his state had acres of forest re serve and was not but we want no more of Secre tary turning to Secretary reply to these criticisms wasmade by Secretary who States lines mean he but state lines had been overpassed by the men and women of the By tho same process trade and commercehad wiped out state he that does not for one moment mean that these great political sovereigns are losing any of their rights or that the powers of the federal government shall In fringe upon Industrial or per sonal but It does mean that In the progress of our country those pow ers which are latent must be devel He then asked why should a great resource which is owned by the people be allowed to be used by pri vate Interests for their own he applied to as well as to water This matter was for the conference to he and he would be pleased to lend aid to states In their assumption of Pennsylvania Heard Pennsylvania was heard from through Chairman Hardy of the forest committee of the national board of who sppke for cooperation which Bandits With Rifles Make Heavy Haul at Lone Rail way Station ITS GUARDS ARE OVERPOWERED would put the resources of the cbrmnoielaf ail vantage4sW at the same time look to their con Governor Burke of North Dakota brought the general discussion to close with the opinion that the forests and waterways should be the problems of states At the meeting of called immediately after the end of tho ses Governor Folk outlined the ad vantage which would result from an organization of governors indepen dently of the present He referred at some length to the use the federal courts had recently made of the process of He had been Governor Johnson had been enjoined and Governor Glenn bad also been prohibited from enforcing Bloodhounds and Men and Horses Summoned From Distant Places Come by Special Train and Take the Results So El May by men and three bandits with of loot In their posses sion iare fleeing through the rugged mountain passes north of a little station eighty miles from East Las on the Santa Fe in an effort to escape the clutches of the At French they broke down the doors of the bound and gagged the station agent and special blew open the took the money and rode leaving their victims A tramp wandered into the station half an hour released the almost unconscious men and gave the The news of the daring robbery was wired to every town In the neighbor hood of French and a special train bearing thirty deputies and fifty horsea left East Las Vegas in half an hour hot on the trail of the fleeing ban A special with four men also left Dawson and a message was to the territorial penitentiary at Santa Fe for which were brought through as fast as a special engine and car could carry The stolen money had been sent from Albuquerque on Santa Fe train 10 to pay miners at Only a branch road leads to the A special heavily accompanied the treasure and upon leaving the train at French he went Inside the placed the money In the safe and locked the doors to the Suddenly the noise of a breaking THAW FACESJUDGES Question of His Sanity Up Before Justice May the proceeillngs accelerated by the decision of Justice Morschftuser to hold court In practically continuous sessions from 9 oclock In the morning to 10 at considerable progress was made In the supreme court with the hearing which Is expected to de termine whether Harry Thaw shall be liberated from the asylum for the criminal Insane at whore he was lodged his acquittal on the ground of Insanity of the charge of murder In the degree for the killing of Stanford Following the settlement of the pre liminary legal which Included a ruling by the court that the ques tion of Thaws sanity and of the con fltltutlonallty of his commitment would be proceeded with simultaneous Attorney James Graham of Thaws counsel opened the presonta tlon of his case by calling several among them Frank superintendent of the Tombs prison In New York and Charles a physician of Pough who testified as to Thaws apparent rationality during his con finement In prison and In the Matte awan McOulre was the only one of the relators witnesses who qualified as an All the medical witnesses were sharply cross examined by District Attorney Je rome of New who to oppose Thaws Vreeland Measure Passed by the House by Vote of 184 to 145 DEMOCRATS NOT PRESENT Upon Advice of Minority Leader Wit llama They Put Responsibility Upon the Republican Majority Republicans Vote Against MURDER AT CONEY ISLAND Jealous Suitor Kills Two Admirers of Concert Hall New May men were shot and killed and a woman wounded at Coney victims of the Jeal ousy of a young The man who did the shooting Is said to be Louis Peggi of and the dead his are Max age of and an unidentified The only slightly Is Carroll twentyfive years a singer In a Coney Island concert According to her Poggl has been paying her attention for several Poggl objected to the attention window attracted him and the station he received from two men In the concert As she and a woman companion with two men were en taring an Italian restaurant on the Poggi appeared the drew a revolver and opened Swelback and the other men each received a bullet in the back of the Miss Terry was wounded In the The murderer agent and they looked around to face the muzzles of two A third bandit broke the door and He with a revolver while the other ban dits entered the After tying the guard and agent the robbers shot the safe with took the money and FILING CASES IN COURT Capitol Graft Prosecution Makes But Slow May com monwealth has completed Its prelim inary testimony In support of Its charge of fraud in the metallic furni ture contract for the Capitol and to day will commence measurements to prove its Pieces of metal WellKnown Lake Captain May age one of the bestknown captains on tho upper died suddenly of acute indiges He sailed from to Dn lutfa practically all his mentioned In the bill upon state laws respecting There which the charge of conspiracy to de were other Important subjects that fraud is are being erected In Governor Folk believed might prop erly come before an organization of but twelve or fifteen of the governors were Governor Johnson suggested that lie matter be taken up at another meeting to be called at the close of the session to which wa concurred YOUNGS THEATRE MAY ACTRESS QUITS STAGE Uses Gas Jet and Rubber Tube in Her May one end of a rubber hose in her mouth and the other attached to an open gas j Virginia an was found dead in a theatrical boarding On the floor of her room was a letter torn Into it is she penned to some person and then de cided to tear it Miss Paul was young and Her home is believed to have been in Denver and she probably had relatives in During her stay in this city she received several letters from the latter She waa In the chorus of on attraction now playing at a local and it is believed the fear of losing her position caused her to end her Members of the theatrical profession took charge of the Negro Behaves May a beat Julia and drove her and daughter etgt out of their He then shot and killed the girl and seri ously wounded the The Harmony Trio Character and Refined Singing Tommy Hayes Trick Bone Soloist Pictures Thirsty Moving Men Marconigram Is gable May er from Hamburg for New reported by Marconigram 650 east ofSandy Hook at will dock Art Ton Americans dont appreciate the man from We eh rejoined the earnest patriot we pay some opera singers more than we do baseball play Learn to unlearn what you bare the court having adjourned to allow the installation of these ex It was intended to produce them at the opening of the afternoon but after some parts had been brought in this plan was abandoned and after a few offers of testimony court was During the day the commonwealth introduced the papers bearingupon the sale covered by the Indictment and in spite of objections by counsel for the In getting the exhibits of furniture Letters tending to show the contract made for extra ornamentation of tho cases were In part to enable the state to make a record of Tlie case will move rapidly next Today the state will then be gin Its strong proofs and court will then adjourn until no Satur day sessions being Attack on Roman May bitter attack upon the Roman Catholic church characterized the meeting of the conference when Bishop Neely scored the record of that church In South America and accused it of mingling In the politics of this coun declaring that Its influence is felt in our state and municipal govern ments and at Another incMent of the day was a blow aimed at the field secretaries of the foreign missions society in a memorial Intro duced In the committee on foreign missions asking that they be abol Motives of economy are said to have inspired the Bryan Urges May the Com moner under a glaring urges the instruction of dele gates to the Democratic national con He says Instructions to del egates are the order of the Near ly aH the states which have held Dem ocratic conventions so far have in This IB as it should be in structions are The people speak through can not speak in any other A failure to instruct turna the delegates to party DeWltts Little Early Risers are sure and gentle little Sold by Harry May The Vree land currency agreed upon by Republican was put through the house under the special rule by vote of 184 to Fifteen socalled insurgents of the majority party voted with the who went on rec ord solidly against tbo The closing moments of the debate were replete with excitement and Re publican enthusiasm caused by the refusal of the great majority of Democrats to go on record tor the WIU Hams bill that had been of fered by Kahn of Califor nia as a substitute for the Vreeland In accordance with a welllaid plan of the majority leaders to ascer tain where the Democrats stood on the it was claimed by was supported by Ninetythree Democrats voted pres which aroused the Republicans to a high state of hilarity at the al leged expense of the Only a handful of Democrats voted aye1 or The action of Kahn due to the refusal of Williams to present his bill as a under the he was specifically au thorized to The great sundry civil appropria tion carrying a total of about was passed by the sen This is the last of the large supply bills and its passage places the senate squarely alongside the appro priation bills and of the entire teen leaves only the general deficiency I and the military academy bills to considered by either The sun f dry ciril bill received from hfMlfln fin tho jttU house on the 4th reported on the 13th and Senator was In charge of the bill and friends wtttethe1j measure as an effective refutation of the report thathe is no cap able of performing the service baa rendered for so many years aa the head of the committee on approprla A portion of the session was devoted to the consideration of the bill sus pending the penalty feature of the commodity clause of the railroad rate t Employs No The beauty about my surgical prac hummed the la that I always put In my bill at the time of the HE Clothes we handle are because they have the Benjamin A suit Nearly Right is about as satisfactory as Cheque that is Nearly Buy Benjamin Clothes and know that the pestt N l tt   

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