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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED 2 CENTS PER This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE Q1BSON FURNITURE THE PJQ JTORC May 3 B ribbons 25c Some of the beautiful Rib bons a Quarter a yard buys at this Hair Bow Taffeta Bib T inches a French Faille inches a Warp Print White grounds with Maise or Violet Floral inches wide a Plaid Ribbons all best color and 5 inches a Satin Taffeta Ribbon 4 and 5 inches a Black Velvet inches a Silk Moire Belting Rib Cardinal and other NORTH Fresh Fishi Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BALTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Ot Arlington Hotel BILUFTEB ALL Senate WillTry to Force Hounced Measure May of cleaning up legislation In preparatory to ftdjburnmentAi proceeded at a rapid pace tary academy appropriation bfil tne omnibus public building bill were leaving of the supply oaly the general deficiency bill to be Con This probably will be taken up In addition 826 private pension bills were put Among the provisions public buildings biH ot interest tottls sec tion are For completion of contracts Ot 000 and already entered into Amongthe authorizations en remodeling or Improvement of public buildings are following of or more OOdj Morgan Point A bitter and sensational attack on former Speaker Keifer of Ohio by his General was a feature of the By a strict party vote the Vreeland currency bill as amended by the sen ate after a lively sent to yeas nays pres ent The Vreeland currency bill passed by the house was delivered to the senate and immediately sent to the committee on Senator Aldrlch promptly made a report from the com mittee substituting the Aldrlch bill In an amended form for the house mens ure and In that form It was passed by the This action threw the bill Into conference and an effort wll be made to reach an agreement at an early SWEAR BOTH WAYS SENATOR Among the authorizations of new contracts for the purchase of sites and the erection of public buildings at a cost exceeding are Iron Experts Depose That Thaw Is Crazy and That He May aminatlon of expert medical witnesses in an endeavor to show that Harry Thaw Is sane was begun here by Thaws counsel in the habeas corpus proceedings instituted to free him from confinement at the Matteawan asylum for the criminal where he was lodged at the conclusion of his trial for the killing of Stanford George qualifying as an said that he had examined Thaw twiceduring his stay at Matte He had found he with good memory and capa ble of following an He gave it as his unqualified opinion that Tiiaw was sane at Graeme another ex pert on mental Cue last wit ness of the declared that Thaw was not a paranoiac and In his opinion was An interesting development of the day was the quoted report of Rus sell Peabody of Thaws counsel that Thaw would go on the witness Experts called by Jerome earlier in the day testified that in their opin ion Thaw was an incurable paranoiac and that his release would be danger ous to public COMING GREENVILLE TUESDAY Kennedys Cough Syrup promptly yet gently on the through which tbe cold la forced out of tbe and at tbe MOM time it allays loH bf awry Declares Has Been f oufid ii the Ruins of Home And the FarFamed EXHIBITION GLORIOUS CIRCUS MILLION DOLLAR MENAGERIE 1000 People 85 Cars 12 Big Water Tight 500 20 20 FROLICSOME FRISKY CLOWNS40 Thf Hagenbeck i Great Wallace Parade Without Exaggeration the Finest Free Street Turnout ever Gigantic String of Gorgeous a Glittering Man of Brilliancy and Bands HELCELEINS IS BURiiD At by Lantern Corpse of Most Recent Victim Is Laid to FJieet in Cemetery at IdentlHca tlon of the tjielfe of Jawbone taken from the ruins fif the Ouinuoas farm house as a portion of Belle Guln resss skull bearijout most conclusive ly the of the state regard ing the fit the bodies found in the cellar on AjMl It is the clinch ing bit of evidence which should aet at rest the runuXrs that Guinness has This made by Ralph prosecuting last It follovfed a report from a who found that the piece of bone presented characteristics he had observed while working her Only two BELLA the lower had remained in the womans and the piece of bone found shows that all teeth except the cuspids had been extracted from the the skull to which it had The first of Guinnesss vic tims to be burled with Christian rites was buried by lantern light last night in a cemetery on the outskirts of La The corpse was that of Andrew Helgelein ot the last man to meet his death in the trap to which Guinness lured her Tha body was released for burial after Coroner Mack had received the reports of Bertlllon experts who have examined it and compared their find ings with figures taken from tho rec ords of the Minnesota penitentiary at Two officials of the Michi gan City prison performed the work and Edward Evans of the Chicago police identification bureau did similar Both reports were to the effect that it was the body of The search of the Guinness prem ises revealed little of The screening of the ashes produced sev eral additional bits of but none of them is of sufficient size or well enough preserved to furnish proof of their Some relics showing that Guin ness had made a study of surgical lore were picked Leaves of on which sufficient print remained to show that the folios were devoted to were Another ruined hook was a treatise on SHERWOOD RAPS KEIFER Ohio Congressman Makes Bitter At tack on May of the most scathing denunciations of a fel lowmember ever heard in the house of representatives was uttered by Gen eral Sherwood of Ohio against his col General former speak er of the General Sherwood based his remarks on an alleged accu sation by General Kelfer that he had introduced a bill for pensions for vet erans for buncombe and political Interest in the incident was enhanced by the that in addi tion to being from the same state Gen erals Kelfor and Sherwood are both veterans of the Civil General Sherwood said he had been attacked and maligned and misquoted in six pages of the Congressional and without any provoca tion He said that his advocacy of the measure of relief for the had excited the envy of General I am credibly wishos to be recognized as the only soldier of account on this He said that Keiferg Idea of legislation was Jike Keifer TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF May John age was found dead In bed at her home May age employed nt the Follatisbee tin was struck ou the head by a bar and May In a tree fifty feet high Mary Hoi man and Jacob McKce were married by the May a sophomore at Marietta was drowned in the Musklngum river while The craft May Har former teller of the Enterprise National bank of has gone to the Western penitentiary to begin his sevenyear May efforts of the students at Swarthmore college to Induce tfB faculty to reconsider its action in abandoning intercollegiate football have proved New May fatal Injuries were sustained by Mi chael Schrenk at the asphalt block His arm caught on a revolving shaft and was nearly torn from its May Caroline age was drowned in the reservoir of the Brnddock water She was alone when she fell into the The body has been re May charged with embezzling funds of the miners union at was the courtgiving the jury binding instructions to return a verdict of New May principal of the Fifth ward public fractured a rib re cently in a He awoke with a start and gave a sudden Then he consulted a May state water supply commission has awarded to Driver of Pittsburg the con tract for the retaining wall and filling along the Ohio river at Beaver The price is May Two persons were burned to death and an other died in a hospital and a fourth is missing as the result of a fire which occurred In the home of Lo HE WANTSJtSULTS President Roosevelt Not Split ting Hairs on Questions of Sovereignty LITTLE SERMON TO GOVERNORS Conference at White House Conclude Its Sessions After Three Busy Roosevelt Makes Speech Not Down on May first con ference of the governors of the states of the American union has The accomplishment of the which has been in progress at the White House for three cannot be set forth with mathematical preci That Itfi immediate results are more than ample is the expression of President who brought It and of the governors who par The printed record of the confer which will later be available to every American will be a com pilation of facts startling in their convincing in their universal conclusion that states must act and that the states and the nation must cooperate to the end that to the whole people of the nation may ac crue the lasting benefit of Its natural Besides compilation of facts by the exports and the freely expressed opinion of the the confer ence leaves as its permanent record a thousand words ot Not a declaration of but a declaration of Governors to Organize Perhaps greater in Importance than all else was the determination of the governors of the states to perfect a permanent organization whereby a heretofore unknown Intimacy may be developed among the executives of the fortysix sovereign made strong by a common and made potent by pronouncements that nifty not lightly be last story IB one of Insist upon DeWitts Haul It la especially good for Sold by Itorry fire followed an explosion of a May Rlb a seventeenyearold boy of Franklin died from a bullet wound received five years Ho was accidentally wounded In the head by Johnson a who was snowing a crowd of boys how to fire May Amal gamated in re ferred the question of local settle ments of scales to a committee of nine to report back to the convention Its When the committee re ports tbe convention will take final May a morning in which technical testimony regarding plans for metallic furniture was presented and in which an expert for the commonwealth was compelled to revise his the capitol conspiracy trial was adjourned until next May George age one of the best known contractors and builders in this section of the was found dead in a woods between here and Glen There were no indications of foul and it is supposed that death was caused by heart May schoon er William bound from West for New York with a load of pine is ashore near Atlantic In response to signals of dis tress the crew of the Sea Isle City lifesaving station went out in a life boat and brought the crew of five men May a driver for the Ohio and Western Lime com pany was hauling a ton of dynamite across the tracks of the Hocking Val ley railroad near the Union station boxes of the each box containing fifty tumbled The boxes were broken to pieces and sticks of dynamite scattered in all di but there was no May By consent Judge Phillips has entered judgment against the McClean Arms and Ord nance company in favor of Miss Lucy Wheeler of daughter of General Joe who asUed 625 as administratrix of her fathers estate for services he rendered the company before bis She was awarded and 200 shares of the companys vsJued at May Jo seph Foraker was Indorsed or the presidency over Secretary of War Faft by the Seventeenth congressional district Coshocton and Licking counties voted solidly for the Foraker The delegates to tbe national convention are and Wayne and Tusca rawM presidential Tuseejrawas The new imatloa of a oeagreesmaa Hit The president presided He interjected remarks and He brought to the plat form men who made plain the prevail ing feeling that thought and care must be exercised for the The pre pared papers were not but they will be printed in the permanent Their place was taken first by the which was adopt ed after discussion which brought to light no serious objection to Its affirm Then William Bryan was presented by the Hetoiiohorl the same chords which had produced the vibration of harmony and coopera A governors discussion brought many state executives to the but the product was altogether that of and tho sentiments ex pressed were applauded alike by Roosevelt Wants President himself answer Ing the one of Gov ernor Folk of the decla aroused the conference to its warmest demonstration of He swept aside the academic ques tion of where the line of authority should be drawn between the states and the He wanted action and what he said received indorsement at It vvas Just a word ot What has been called the twilight land between the powers of the federal and state gov My primary aim in the leg islatlon that I have advocated for the regulation of the great corporations has been to provide Some effective popular sovereign for eflch I do not wish to keep this twilight land one of large and vague bounda ries by judicial that in a given case the state cannot act and then a few years later by other deci sions that in practically similar cases thenation cannot act t am trying to find out where or the other can so there be some sovereign power that on be half of the people can hold every big every big to an accountability so that its or his acts shall be beneficial to the people an a In matters that relate only to the people within the state of course the state Is to be and It should have the power to If the matter is such that the state itself cannot act then t wish on behalf of all the states that the national government should i i All Rights Where tha policy I advocate can be carried out best by the state let it be carried out by the state where ft can be carried out best by the nation let it be carried out by the My concern is not with the academic tide of the question I deal with the matter practically from the standpoint of true popular Interest and my desire is to either the principle of states rights or the principle of national sovereign whichever In a given case will best conserve the needs of the The upoa which tbe presidents reniarko were was presented to the conference by Governor Blanchard of Louisiana at the opening of the After read ing it Blanchard stated that Jv proceeded upon broad lines andpur pbsely avoided making specific in dorsoments of desired projects or leg Alligator Eats Little May hunt is being made along the banks the Caicasteu river for a foot alligator which ate threeyearold Harry BOBof a prominent ojSttV zen of Fryeajfonned part f ot a gay crowd thafr trip to the was not missed for anjftottfrTThen a hunt brought to light the mffM torn and the A Teddy bear carried was also puncturediljjr the teeth of the Near by the alligator was but it got The flshera hurried back to armed thenv the lithe selves and boys ptW Autolst Guilty of May a wealthy has been found guilty of murder In second degree for killing fiveyear old Henrietta daughtei Of a laborer living at Tbe child died aaa result of Injuries received in being run down by Stratums auto This Is the first trial by jury under the new law governing acci dents by The penalty is from one to twenty years with a fine of John Riha of says I have been selling DeWKts Kid ney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever Sold bjr Harrv Makes the most nutri tious food and the most dainty and BAKING POWDER The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No fussing or fretting over the biscuit Royal u the aid to many a coofert u Ptt AUIIIW UHE i   

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