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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS PER This Is ha Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every More Convenient THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE D1Q JTORC May B B silk dresses Jumper and Shirt Waist plain Stripes and Polka va riety of All late fashionable that shipment had to be de ferred till some came thru the Actual everyday to We in all the years weve hot and sold saw such ele gance at the or any way near Coat Suitings and Worsteds Tan and Suits but not under to late models out of short lengths of various materials suit each of many 5n a cleanup same as if they were old Suits that had been lay ing in stock Its an BOGGS NORTH Perfumes Houblgant Le Royal Cherry Tlolets of Rodger Gallet Sptehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass t KAMERER Pharmacy Record Argus McDonald and office at comer ol WAS TIGHTROPE WALKER Guinness Past Career Is Being Developed by Grand Jury at Laporte WALKED THE TIGHT ROPE TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF When a Was Showgirl In May prom ises to be a day of developments in the Guinness The grand jury Is expected to report and Sheriff Smut zer has resumed digging for bodies in the farmyard of Bella In spite of the denial of John Lar son of Chicago that his Peter supposed father of Delle was a magician In as stated in cable dispatches from William Williamson of has written the sheriff that he knew the family In He says that once a year Peter Paul sen and his troupe came to Fredericks BELLA where he and Wil liamson and gave public exhibi tions in the a bulldlng owned by the On one of these occasions Williamson was in the orchestra and played for then Jennie Belle twelve years while she walked a tight rope and Keeler of has written Coroner Mack that she believes her John Bun who left his home on after having talked about marry ing a widow In came to La porte and is among those put out of the way by Clark of has wired Prosecutor Smith that she has information of value to the but she declines to give the information unless she can talk to the prosecutor May Harris has vetoed the bill providing for the purchase of a site for a new This is the first time Governor Harris has exercised his veto power save in two minor In stances In regard to the unauthorized deficiency The governors chief reasons for vetoing the measure are that the bill is too loosely drawn and the proposed expense too Lynch and Bramwood May In ternational Typographical union head quarters it is announced that in all probability President James Lynch and SecretaryTreasurer Bram wood have been This Infor mation is based on more than 100 tele grams received from throughout the giving the vote of different The vote so far shows Lynch and Bramwood far in the Chronic Constipation One who suffers from chronic con stipatlon Is in danger of many serious Foleys Orino Laxative cures chronic 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 Orlno Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and Is pleasant to Refuse Bessemer Colds That Hang Colds that hang on In the spring deplete the exhaust the nerves and open the way for serious illness Take Foleys Honey and It quickly stops the cough and expels thec It is ate and certain In re Bessemer It Is a pity to see a person neglect indications of kidney or bladder trouble that may result In Brlghts disease when Foleys Kidney Remedy will correct irregularities and strengthen these Foleys Kidney Remedy at the first sign of Bessemer May Mon a business man of com milled suicide by drowning in Clarloi had no beet In good May exainlna tion will be made by Prosecutor C Upham into the death at Massilloi state hospital of John a Bead City May A specia train arrived carrying 400 mem beru of the Veteran Employes asso ciation of PHtsburg to hold tbelr an nual May Westing house airbrake works at Wilmerding will close Only a few men will be retained for repair It is said that the shops will resume in full June May the Boston metal furniture was the first witness In the oapltol graft At tho conclusion of Rlchters leslimony court adjourned until May son of George a Union vllle and Eugene both young were found dead in Melgs creek nenr an overturned They had been May testing dynamite caps at a quarry on the Rogersville five miles wesl of Angelo Mancuso and Frank Donate were Six sticks of dyna mite nearby May Hole of Salem made permanent the temporary injunction against Ihe Aero club preventing the cutting down of trees in McKlnley park for the pur pose of balloon May and Food Commissioner Foust has ordered 104 prosecutions In Allegheny county for violation of the oleo law and forty mostly In for the selling of bogus May extinction of William Berrys chance of be coming the Democrallc nominee for governor in 1910 is declared by Ihe Guffey men lo be one of Ihe Important results of the state May fighting for fpur hours the entire fire department of the city got a fire in the Hughes Mullen building under The Camden theater and busi ness interests were seriously threat May Mar garet Kramer of Philadelphia frac tured both legs while turning over in Miss Kramer has been suffering from The accident has attracted much attention among medi cal May hav ing been in the drygoods business in this city for fifty years Captain George a prominent mer His including life are given as with liabilities May death of Rose Clugston In this city re veals the fact that she had a sister living in this Samuel Als whom she had not seen in thirty the sisters havfng separated after the death of their May Sophia Pfelffer of 913 West Court street has a hen that Insists on laying an egg In her lap every Biddy makes a tremendous fuss each time an opportunity is accorded her of deposit ing her which she does regu larly when May circuit court overruled a motion to quash the summons in the case of the state against the Manhattan Oil company to oust the defendant company from do ing business In the The Stand it Is will attack the peti tion from another May man two years gagged and robbed McCartney of Juni ata of called upon paid a dollar on account and asked for time to pay the remainder of the stolen He said he had been converted and asked her to pray for May flouring mill of Phelps located at one of the largest plants of the kind in Western New was wrecked by the explosion of a 120horsepower No one was killed but a boy In the vicinity had one arm broken by a flying May Is made that a merger between the Citizens Savings and Trust company and the Commercial Savings and Trust formerly he Dime Savings has been The combined deposits of the two Institu tions will aggregate about PLATT IS VlNOICftTEO Mae Who Claimed to Be His Jailed on Charge of Perjury SUIT ENDS IN STARTLING WAY Alleged Marriage Certificate Said to Be Who Has Been After Aged Senator for Years Meets With New May whose suit for an absolute divorce from United States Senator Thomas Platt of New York has been on trial in the supreme court bore for several was committed to the Tombs prison after Justice Otforman had dis missed the complaint In her action and ordered her held in bail on a charge of The decision in Senator Plaits fa vor and the sudden and sensational end of the suit came after a day which the defense occupied largely with the introduction of expert and other testimony attacking the authen ticity of the documents by which the plaintiff was seeking to establish her THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY National Meeting of Presbyter ians at Com missioners Are Present FULLERTON CHOSEN SENATOR THOMAS alleged marriage to Senator A handwriting expert testified that in his opinion the body of the letter in which Senator Platt was alleged to have ad mitted his relation as husband to the plaintiff was added after the senators signature had been More tell ing still for the defense was the depo sitions by engravers and stationers called by counsel for Senator Platt that the blank form upon which the alleged PlattWood marriage certifi cate was prepared was not litho graphed until three months after the date upon which the marriage of Miss Wood to Senator Platt was alleged to have taken Miss Wood was recalled to the stand in She was asked after hearing the testimony about ihe mar riage she still reiterated j that the defendant gave her the cer tificate as she previously I still reiterate she Justice OGorman turned to Miss Wood and pointedly questioned She repeated her assertion that the marriage occurred as she had She admitted that Senator Platt never Presbyterian General Assembly Elects St Louis Man Kansas May Baxter Fiillerton of Louis was elected moderator of the Presby terian church in the United States to succeed the William Roberts of The first day of the gen eral assembly of the church was char acterized by a spirit of unity and coop which promises much for the results to be accomplished during the tea days the conference is to be In The Fullerton was not opposed in his candidacy for the office of his election being unanimous by In assum ing the duties of moderator Ful lerton also became stated clerk of the The election of Fullerton has a happy significance in the fact that he belongs to the southern branch of the being the first moderator that branch has had since the amalgama tion of the two He has been In Louis for fifteen years and for four years was editor of the Mission ary After the election of mod erator permanent organization of the assembly was Roberts his farewell sermon as moderator before the great est audience ever assembled at a con ference of the There were 800 authorized commissioners present from all parts of the world besides thousands of other Presbyterians and Ten thousand churches and fully most of them were Robertas sermon was an argu ment in favor of Christian coopera tion and harmony in opposing the forces of evil in the United States and the The new moderator assumed his of fice at once and last night presided at the administration of the Lords sup elders of the church assisted in the MAE CATHERINE supported and when asked the court If she did not consider it the duty of a husband to support his wife she replied Says Plants No I but as long as he was not enough of a gentleman to do so I never asked him Senator Plaits counsel then again moved for a dismissal of the com It was forthwith granted by Justice who In rendering his decision said I cannot credit the plaintiffs evi dence as to the alleged and the testimony as it Impresses the court la that this Is a most wicked design to support a false and fictitious claim by forgery and Forthwith Justice OGorman ordered Miss Wood committed to the Tombs on the charge of fixing ball at EXTEND OLIVE BRANCH Methodist Conference Book Committee Union May battle for the bishopricsJtfas hotly waged and before the adjournment of the Metho dist Episcopal general conference the fifth ballot had been cast and was in the hands of the who were in structed to report the result to the conference in the The elec tion of the Edwin Hughes on an early ballot is looked Significance attaches to a recom mendation which the book committee has unanimously decided to make to the It Is that hereafter the book concerns of the church em ploy union men at union wages and favor union labor whenever opportu nity During the last four years the two great publishing houses of the general conference have had a good deal of trouble with labor es pecially with the Typographical The resolution is the outgrowth of this and the desire of the Methodist Episcopal church to get in closer touch with laboring men and More Delegates for May six dele gates elected by the regular or Kel ley facllon on Ihe District of Columbia Democracy to the convention were instructed for It Wasnt Platt May Daw u mrnior near the Green county grew drowsy reading a newspa yawned and dislocated his He was chloroformed and the jaw River Town In May West a small town in Red River par Is threatened with the bank caving toward It at the rate of 200 feet a Gary Denies Cut In New May there is to be no reduction In the price of steel is the statement made by chairman of the board of di rectors of the United States cor President Prepares to Shut Congress Off From the Pork Barrel MAY VETO ITS PET MEASURE Public Buildings Bill Will Be Axed Unless AntiInjunction and Ship Subsidy Legislation Is Forth Near at May President Roosevelt already has taken notice of the public building although that measure Is still In con ference between the two He has asked Secretary Cortelyou to pre pare a report oh the measure to guide him In determining whether to sign or Veto Cortelyou Is asked to Include In his whether the condition of the public fund justi fies so large an expenditure for pub lic buildings at this time the amount of future expenditures which be made necessary to complete the new projects authorized in the an opinion based on the expert judgment of the super architect of the treasury as to the necessity for each of the projects provided That there Is a connection between the presidents desire to be fully In formed as to the public building bill and his desire to hare passed an anti Injunction also his further desire to have subsidies for ocean mallcarry ing Is declared to be most It is conceded that no meas ure passed at this session Is more toothsome to members of both houses than the public building The prospect of having this bill vetoed would cause emphatic concern and Meanwhile the president is con tinuing his personal work with mem bers to Induce action on the antiin junction proposition and to persuade house members that the senate sub sidy provision contained In the post office appropriation bill should be ac The which Secretary Cortelyou will lose no time in prepar will undoubtedly be convincing along its designed No bill to modify the power of the federal courts in the exercise of in junctions will be jmssed at this ses sion of It was decided last night at a conference of the Republi can members of the house that to enact such a measure would bo un The various socalled antiIn junction bills were discussed and va rious amendments to them The first vote was on motion by Faeselt of New York to adjourn the caucus sine The motion wos 68 to Fifteen minutes later Miv Tawney of Minnesota moved to take recess until This motion also was 62 to Later Sherfluljl of New York again made a motion to adjourn slue die and It prevailed by a vote of 76 to I Aa Indicated by the several vOtefl taken sentiment for and against a modifying bill was pretty evenly di and those who led in the debate took part with much vigor and Announcing that the house and sen ate would not be able to agree a currency bill If congress Is to ad journ at an early Senator Al drlch reported from the committee on finance a joint resolution creating a national commission to be composed of nine senators and nine represent atives to investigate all matters con cernlng the banking and currency sys tem of the country and the resolution was passed without At drlch stated that It was proposed to have this commission begin Its work at an early Senator Rayner again discussed his resolution requesting the president to order a court of inquiry to investigate Charges against Colonel William Stewart of the coast and the resolution was placed upon the calen where It will probably He during the remaining days of the The senate passed the general defi ciency and military academy appro priation the last of the great ap propriation A bill regulating child labor in the District of Colum bia and the territories was and the bill to provide for compensa tion for injuries sustained by em ployes of the government was consid ered at some Following a protracted debate the conference report on the District of Columbia traction bill permitting laying of street car tracks to the union station was adopted by the with the provision tor universal transfers The conference report on Ihe agricultural appropriation added to thesenate which Increased by public building blii yj disagreed to and a conference and bills were passed as follows Establishing in the interior depart rnent a bureau of mines and providing for the cooperation of states for the conservation of the forests and waters of the White and Southern Appalach ian mountains and the appointment of a national forest Kansas Twister Kills Clay May tor nado passed through the north part of this killing three of hard and She was obviously staggered by the sudden turn of affairs and the shock caused by the order of arrest which the court She quickly re gained her and by the time she reached the city prison had resumed the air of confidence which she held practically throughout the At the district attorneys office It was said that Miss Woods cue would speedily presented to the grand jury pressed for trial If w Indictment WM Made in New York UST as a man is known by the company he so clothes flEWWRK are rated by the class of people who wear Benjamin Clothes are the standard for New York the dressed men in the The price is AbcH esse 213 Main   

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