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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PSft This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE WQ CAPITOL GRAF A6AIN Second Trial of the Palace of Graft Trimmers is Now Under Way at Harrisburg RUSHING WORK THROUGH Congresi Getting Ready for ment This May Democratic speech prepared for circulation In the coming political campaign was delta ered In the senate by Senator Taylor of Taylor devoted hit attention chiefly to the tariff and cur rency policies of the Republican but he also discussed many other Is sues that will be prominent on the stump next The senate agreed to tUe conference report on the agrl cultural bill carrying a total approprl atlon of The house again showed Its capacity for work having adjournment this week in continued the clean lngnp The conference report on the legislative appropriation bill was agreed to conference reports on the agricultural and fortifications bills were received the bill mak ing an appropriation of for representation by the United States at the Tokyo exposition in 1912 was as were also two omnibus embodying forty separate meas ures haying to do with public lands and matters In the May B B may sale muslin underwear Thousands of garments and Thousands of Dollars ivorth on a forced sale 75c and Corset and Corset awd for us under spc cial contract when factories needed orders to keep Nice Cambric Petticoats with deep embroidery Handsome embroidery trimd open or blind embroi low or square neck Night Gowns fine dainty Lace of Embroidery trim Nainsook Chemise Gowns with two rows of Lace and blind em broidery and ribbon Fine embroidery trimd Draw best workmanship and trim Combination Dressing Infants Gan all articles of this class bot under like on sale on a like so whoever gives attention is well BOGGS BUHL NORTH Wages Cut 18 Per Fall May re duction in which will go into effect In the print cloth mills of this city on Monday will probably amount to nearly 18per the hear lest cut ever made at one time May Sneppard of prose outing attorney ofBelmont county dropped dead on the Stone bridge crossing Wheeling In this city last Heart disease was the Perfumes Houbigant IdeaL Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Gallet Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass I KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus DINNER A Flowed From Fountain In an Elaborately Decorated In a garden of with clinging Tines loaded with tropical Ju lius a7 weaitny cloak entertained a party of friends before dawn the other treat Ing them to one of the costliest meals ever served In New York Somo figured the cost at a plate and others at There were fifteen men at the with Myers making the It was held at a well known restau rant The dining hall was reached through arcades of floral arches carried on col umns of srnllax and A cross arch marked off the entrance at the eastern end of the and a line of rectangular flower bowers flanked the western side where the fifty mu sicians were Four colossal marble columns supporting statuary marked the space leading to the great dining This had been built up in the center of the hall with huge copper tanks hidden with water lilies and natural so that the center of the table appeared like a groat on which floated live swuns and In the water could be seen live crabs and various game fish swimming about An outer stream about the ta ble was wine that flowed from a foun tain In the The cigars cost each and were es pecially made In Cuba for the FALSELY MEASURED Was Furniture Sup pllod by May tb capitol trial the state presented testl mony supporting its that the furunlture supplied under the Invoice upon which the suit Is based woo falsely both as to dimensions and character of There were two both of whon strongly testified In favor of tho com although one of them made mistakes in calculation under a sharp crossexamination by Hen counsel for Congressman The witnesses were George Rich ter of Boston and Datz of Jer sey both practical metallic furnl ture Rlchter testified as to the exact dimensions of cases supplied and two from the capital were exhibit ed to the Jury and measured In court The state established that the square feet In the ends and front did not equal the figures at which they were but Hensel had the experl measure the contending that It was a finished surface and should be counted In making calculations based on these measurements Rlchter became confused several times and had to do his problems Hensel Insisting upon mathematical accuracy down to very small Datz testified that the cases contained cubic feet or surface although billed at square and that the difference letween the surface feet measured and the total in the invoice was which at a foot would make a total of which the state contends it was defrauded According to the the cases were worth and the which cost he put at or a total of The state had to pay Kennedys Cough Syrup acU promptly yet gently OB the through which the ooW U forced out of the and at MDM U by Harry McDonald ana office at the corner nave their of Main and a 17tf Alls Wrong when the stomach is out of Food head is bowels are slug the liver torpid and the nerves Get your stomach and pull your self together with a dose or two of Natures remedy for all those sick conditions that affect the digestive A reliable medicine for acute acid stomachi constipation and bil ious Beechams Pills act and restore healthy tone to the A few as and If Alls McEnery Again Baton May Douglas Mc Enery baa been elected to succeed Both houses of the ture recorded a unanimous vote for TOO LITTLE ROOM FOR HEART Important Revelations In Vienna In Regard to Organs What are held to be Important reve lations in regard to diseases of the heart were recently made at a meeting In Vienna of the international congress on Internal Professor Max Herz of the University of Vienna an according to a special cable dispatch to the Chicago that the source of disease was not weakness of the heart but was to be found in the fact that the heart could not fulfill its functions properly owing to lack of sufficient That this was fre quently the result of holding the body in oh Inoorrect position was he in the case of book lawyers and whose chests became so contracted that the ribs exerted an Injurious pressure on the In view of this fact the the must be directed to giving the heart sufficient room in Which to Writing for ex must be so arranged as to ena ble the patients to maintain an upright The patients must learn to walk erect and breathe while other gymnastics were extremely valu The professor asserted that treat ment along such lines had proved re markably successful in many BIG JAMES APPEAR Mae Woods Testimony in Di vorce Suit Becomes Sensational PLAITS IN DEMAND Detective Hired by Government Officials to Obtain Love Billets Al leged to Have Been Written by New Yorks Aged New May govern ment at Washington are al leged to have conspired to retain pos session of letters said to have been written by pulled States Senator Thomas Platt to Miss Mae Wood In a signed statement Introduced as evidence during the hearing In Miss Woods suit lot divorce against the The which was intro duced after the1 court had denied a motion by counsel for Senator Platt to dismiss the bears what purports to be the signature of Martin and Miss Wood said that while she did not see the signa ture she was assured by Miller that it was The state ment was prepared by Miller at her she It declared that CHILD WAS BUN DOWN Cleveland Mob Attacks Green Situation Growing Worse Rapidly KINDNESS FOR Mayor of Will Take the Drunk Not Lock Him Drunkenness is u and we propose to net from that recently declared Mayor the new executive of I have Instructed my chief of police to see that plain drunks are taken home Instead of to the continued the Thut kind of treatment will do more than anything else to make a drinking man ashamed of him I also propose that when a man gets helplessly drunk In a saloon the pro prietor of the place shall take care of htm and not throw him out Into the Of course the disorderly drunks we will have to take in hand for the pro tection of the yiMAE CATHBRINE filler was asked by high govern ment officials In Washington and Mew fork to get possession of Senator latts love that the papers when obtained were not to be given o Senator but were to be turned over to Loeb in and that when the plan to get posses Ion of the original papers failed a candal was begun In the newspapers o force Miss Wood to come to first assistant postmaster started the ball rolling by etting a New York newspaper to rlnt the article as It first ays the which concludes I was gotten Into the conspiracy y powerful officials whom I dare not Isplease from a newspaper or po litical I consulted Senator Platts fre quently and acted at all times under the direction of Loeb and To Hold Club Over Platt Former Assistant Postmaster General Robert Wynne Is the present Ameri can consul general to Mar tin a former newspaper recently was American consul at Did Miller ever say anything to you about the letters asked the ex amining attorney of Miss who was oil the witness stand In her own she He said that If he got the letters the Plaits would never get What was he going to do with them Hold them over Platts I be she In her testimony Miss then under was led to tell of the circumstances under which she in 1903 In this a re lease of Senator Platt from any claims she may have had against She testified that Bhe received from Hummell the sum of upon sign ing the but denied that was aware of all its wttlt full and In United There are nearly subscrib ers telephones In operation In the United or one for every 18 per sons in the The Skeptic I sea the Jury has returned a ver dict of guilty in the case of Wat who was on trial for swin Whats the matter la she or both NIGHT RIDERS PRAY Petition Heaven for Then Burn Neighbors May on the ground in the moonlight with their heads bowed while their his masked face turned toward offered a band of night riders destroyed the big tobacco barn of not for this The spectacle was witnessed by Flint Randall and Miss Maggie two young who were return ing from a party and who were cap turned by the raiders and forced to accompany them to the prayer meet Ing and barn After a torch had been applied and the flames were under good headway the young per were led some distance away with Instructions to go as they left heard the strains qf My to floating through the air of crackling timbers and the roar of the RIOTING IN CLEVELAND Attempt Made to Lynch Motorman When Child Was May has be come more general and serious In the streetrailway The first death while not a part of the strike but in cldsnt to occurred when Yetta Wol four years of was run over by a A crowd quickly gath ered and would have lynched the mo torman had he not turned on full speed and In Lakewood a car was stopped and the crew tired Four persons were shot and seriously injured and the car was burned to the The Orst disturbance in the down town section took place after when a Woodland car was held up on Ontario street and the motormanand conductor The police dis persed the The burning of a Clifton boulevard car in Lakewood was the most serious riot of the which is now four days The cor was going toward the western terminal when it was by a log being thrown across the It was the first effort to op erate a car in Lakewood and the car carried no as trouble was expected when an attempt should be made to open the As soon as the cor stopped it was surrounded by a crowd of who were hidden be hind a railway Immediately the crowd began shooting at the mem bers of the crew and The lat James and John re turned the All told more than thirty shots were TONIGHT Called to Consider Pending AntiIn junction May caucus of the Republican members of the house has been called for this evening to de termine the attitude of the majority toward so called antiinjunction legis lation at this session of The conference call is the upshot of agita tion that has been rife in the house for some months and was the direct outcome of a formal petition signed by the requisite Hfty Every member of the Demo crat as well as has been made the recipient of numerous let ters and telegrams for and against the passage of a bill to restrict the powers of the federal courts to issue Injunc tions without previous notice to the party sought to be Labor eaders have been active In demanding that such legislation be enacted at this while representatives of capital have been equally Insistenl that the law be let stand as It Va rious antiinjunction bills have been ntroduced and referred to the com mlttee on the whence not one of them has been reported to the It may be predicted on authority that In all likelihood no antiinjunction bUl will be passed as a result of to nights conference if any bill is ap it will be on the lines of the conservative Payne A telegram from the National Asso ciation of now in con vention In New calling on him to use his power and influence against any antiInjunction was re ceived by Speaker By his di rection It was added to the volumi nous file of similar telegrams and let ters which have been received from MAY UNSEAT GTO Bryanites Making the Greatest Noise in the Democratic State Convention GUFFEY MAN LOSES HIS PROXY Bryan Who Gave It to Robert I Whom Guffey Had Slated for Temporary Withdraws Hustling for business Interests throughout the Slander Is a Restless Slander is a restless which disturbs spreads dissension through cities and disunites the strictest friendship Is the source of hatred and revenge wherever it with disturbances and con and everywhere Is on enemy to comfort and Christian good Baptiste New Yorks Pubrtc New York citys public fur nftiies more reading In more tongues than any other library In the In the oriental department alone there are enough to make a library by It Is a pity to see a neglect indications of kidney or bladder trouble that may result In Brlghts disease when Foleys Kidney Remedy will correct irregularities and strengthen these Take Foleys Kidney Remedy at the first Rlgn of Bessemer SERIOUS RESULTS You may well tear serious results from a cough or aa pneumonic and consumption start with a Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs or colds and prevents serious Refuge sub SY Bessemer May Dem ocratic state which meets here today to select four delegatesat large to the Denver nomi nate a candidate for judge of the su perior court and name presidential promises to be one of the warmest in the recent history of that The one great fight which has divided the Democracy of the state into two factions is whether the convention shall send the four del egatesatlargs to the national conven tion under Instructions to vote for William Bryan or whether they shall go to Denver The first contflstwlH be over the selection of a permanent The Democratic state executive com mittee formally ratified Colonel Gut leys choice for temporary The honor fell upon Robert Irwln of Washington Irwln Is not a and It is understood that he had no intention of attending the con but came here at the request of Colonel Irwin asked and obtained the proxy of a delegate from his own but when who Is a Bryan earned that Irwln was against In structing the delegatesatlarge and that he had been slated for temporary he withdrew his did not change the program and unless something unfore seen should will be the tem porary It Is the intention of the Guffey faction to obtain a proxy or him and propose his name for per manent chairman and on this proposi ton the first test of strength Is ex lected to There is a possibility of the Guffey people withdrawing Irwin as a candi late and this should come about here Is some talk of naming Bruce Sterling of Fayette The Bryanites will support William Creasy of Columbia county for per manent The candidates of the Bryan faction for delegatesat large are Warren Worth Bailey of former State Treasu rer Wlllam Delaware coun ty John Columbia county George Plttsburg Beaver and Lackawanna The four candidates of the Guffey faction probably will be Colonel Guf Senator Hall of Elk Senator DeWalt of Le high county and former State Treasu rer The latter is a Bryan man and is slated by the Guffey faction because of his Albert Barr of Plttsburg and John Codwala of Philadelphia are the Guf fey candidates for The only name heard for the nomi nation of Judge of the superior court Is that of State Senator Webster Grim of Bucks There are many who believe that upon the outcome of todays conven tion depends the leadership of Colonel The national It is believes that the pres ent contest is not so much a fight over the instruction of delegates as it is to wrest control from him and de feat him for national If noise and general enthu siasm count for It would seem as though the Bryanites would have no trouble in Their headquarters have been jammed all day with an enthusiastic The visitors were received by Bai ley of Johnstown and Jere Black of who was a candidate for lieu tenant governor on the ticket Lewis Will Elect Eight May Methodist Episcopal general qonference was thrown into a hot debate by the pres entation of the report of the commit tee on the which recom mended that ten new bishops be elect Ultimately the conference decided that the number should be eight Special Announcement To Introduce the Greenville Elec tric Hygienic Institute for treatment of special diseases by Swedish and Vi bration Wheeler will a Vapor bath and body mas sage for 50 for the next two days Room vaugtin TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF May yearold son of Alfred was drowned while bathing in a creak i May Alec MeCalllS a Bath township went iritoi a neighbors barn and tobk a dflrik of horse He died soon Chicago May hour after finding employment with a telephone company John thirtytwo years was killed by a falling May Lane Crulfc age a son of Grant Crulkshank of Glade was struck dead by a bolt of lightning on bis fathers May Albert age is dead of One week ago he was inflating his bicycle tlrei the pump broke and he sustained a alight scratch on his left May Lightning Instantly killed Herbert a ball at with several other who were badly sought refuge1 under a tree May Captajn Wil liam a lawyer and politician and Confederate soldier in the Civil fell dead at his home in Point He was prominent in West Virginia state Beaver May The re cent rains have caused Connoquennes slng creek to overflow its banks In North Sewlckley Heavy damage has been done to crops and fences have been washed May The encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic opened with a public reception at the McLure house to the of whom there were A business meeting was held last night New May A body found in the Ohio river waa Identified by Charles Bacher of Wheel Ing as that of his brother who was drowned while crossing the river in a skiff at three weeks May George Dlvei ley of Allegheny township was lodged n jail charged with burglary by a Subsequently ia was released on He so badly needed on the his wife May The finding of an overturned sailboat Indicates that three Arnold William Schaefer and Fred Lambrecht were drowned In Sandnsky A severe squall came ap hour after the boys had started May Feeling John age ran his auto mobile to the curb and shut off the Scarcely had It come to a stop when he fell A po liceman rushed to his He was found helpless from a stroke of May A Norfolk and Western passenger train on the branch line between Sardinia and Hillsboro was wrecked by the spread ing of rails at Sand two miles west of There was but one coach on the train in which were rid ing ten or twenty of whom ten were The coach May The body of a beautiful young woman was found floating in the Ohio river ten miles below this Shs was dressed only In a dressing sack and gauze un She had long black hair reaching to the The cproner believes it is a cose of Is no clue to the young womans May Fred age son of a Brooklyn ran away from the Lutheran Theologi cal seminary at and became a He was stricken with appendicitis but the sur geons refused to operate without the fathers the boy being The operation waa performed too late and Buz May In an opin ion handed down by Judge Van Swear lngen fortyfive defendants who had been arrested for working on Sunday In putting in a switch for a railroad company have been The v court held that as Sunday waa the day on which the work could be done with safety to life the work waa one of necessity under the May Is re ported from a reliable source that the local wage agreement amendment been adopted by the Amalgamated As soclatlon of Steel and ers in convention This agree ment will allow the organization of lodges nonunion mills and it la strengthen the The amendment la the change in the policy of the assocla tlon ii the thfrd of JJtajr Henry age WjU arose at3v optock walked eight miles to thin city1 and met Judge Banker of tho probate who gave commitmentpa for his laduitrioT school at Belawi left on a later or that intion unaccompanied by any oflpwv VH wpBto if b to refpiw taalitad upon   

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