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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ft ESTABLISHED MAY Perfumes Houblgant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus Chester Strikers Destroy Property Deplores Violence Company is Firm This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Built More Convenient THE FURNITURE THE WQ BOTH SIDES STUBBORN Chester Strike Situation Continues to Create May IB but little disorder here in connection with the street car strike though a spirit of unrest is A car on the Wilmington line was blocked on the outskirts of the city by strike sympathizers who had put rocks and other obstacles on the When the motorman and conductor at tempted to remove the obstructions they were stoned and woro compelled to leave the car at the mercy of the strike A wrecking car wait sent out to bring in the stalled but before It reached the scene the crowd had broken every window in the District Organizer Shea of the strik ers Issued a statement in which he ad vised against any disorder or He said that the strike was won and he felt that the traction company would have to give in to the striking employes within a short Presi dent on the declared there would be no May the Democrat delegate convention of the Second congressional district the John McGraw of a ration and Lu ther Carskadon of Keyser were elected as delegates to the Denver na tional Reay of Mor gantown and Thompson of Berk eley Instructions were given for May dish of noo dles proved a serious thing for the family of Joseph When Krebs went to the cellar for a cooking utensil she lost her and the noodles spilling greased the cellarway for the fall that Krebs In coming to her rescue also went down the Miss Minnie a next slipped down the Krebs suffered a fracture ot the right sprained her left arm and badly lacerated her May a deci sion on Its legul existence the Gay man committee of the Ohio which began an Investigation of the public offices of Cincinnati and Ham ilton has halted in its May Fire de stroyed a vacant house belonging to Frank Shanefelt at Poverty The house was alleged to have been haunt ed and was a rendezvous for tramps and was probably set on fire by their Several of the gang are May War dens Maitland and Ross attempted to arrest a crowd of fishermen near Brownsville and were forced to flee under a rain of The fisher men near the mouth of Rush run set off two dynamite charges that filled the stream with dead and stunned Leaders in Congress Deter mined to Enact Some Currency Bill ARE TRYING TO GET TOGETHER Composite Partaking of the Principal Features of the Vreeland and Aldrlch Bills Is bers Anxious to Get B fit B womens lingerie dresses Dainty White Wash Dresses more or less elaborately at prices more women will come for and get nicer things than ever saw the White Lingerie Prin cess lace and embroidery Lingerie Dressei With lace lace trimd pleated lace trimd skirt with two Princess Lingerie Dresses lace and panel broidered or lace lace insertion full flounce tuckt and lace Fine Lingerie Dresses in the latest itraight yoke or lace yoke and lace trimd front nd or IMC trimd Large handsome lint ot Lingerie ta BUHL NORTH His Mouth A certain town council after a pro tracted sitting was desirous of ad journing for The proposi tion was opposed by the who thoight that if Ills fellow councilors felt tlie stimulus of hunger the dis patch of business would be much fa At last an illiterate member got up nd exclaimed I ham I ham ham that you will not let us go to lunch Im exclaimed one of his thut a gimtleinan who has got so much hum in his mouth wants ny lunch at McDonald and office at comer tare the ot Main May senate and house conferees on the currency bills held three meetings and at the which did not adjourn until reached a tentative agree ment on which will be based the com promise agreement which the Republi can members of the conference hope to reach at an adjourned meeting this At the conclusion of the flnal meeting the probability of the reporting of a compromise bill the two houses of congress was much stronger than at any previous time this ses it was considered a The following are the main points of the understanding that has been The reserve provisions In the Vreeland calling for n retention of 25 per cent In central reserve cities and 15 per cent In other reserve cities is reduced to a straight 10 per cent re serve without reference to classifica tion of A higher rating Is given to state and municipal bonds than to other securities upon which an emergency currency may be taken put by That is to and mu nicipal bonds will be valued at not to exceed 90 per cent of their market value and all other bonds at not to ex coed 70 per cent of their market value both without regard as to whether they are offered as security for additional circulation under the national clearing house plan or under the individual bank bond security Limit of The amount of circulation issuable upon a commercial paper basis Is lim ited to 40 per cent of the capital of the applicant instead of 100 per cent as provided In the Vreelsuid The redemption fund requirement ot 5 per cent under the present Is ncreased to 10 per cent for all emer gency currency taken The total amount of emwtency cnr ency Issuable Is confine within maximum of W y the Aldrlch A time limit of three years placed upon the life of the In this preliminary and purely ten ative welding of the Aldrich and Vreeland bills into a modified meas ure comprlaing the principal features of each and making it possible to ob aln an emergency currency under two distinct and radically different forms of application and several of he minor del tills ot financial machin ery are not yet fully They will be taken up for consideration and disposition when It has become a set tled fact that a bill is to be reported Dy the Meantime the work ing draft of the compromise as outlined in the foregoing will be printed at the government printing office so that the Republican Not a few on liodi sides of he house have surrendered their lods ngs here and have packed their Irunks preparatory to a start for homo lit an hours notice and this adds to complexity of the situation creat ed by the determination ot the speak er and other party leaders to force through a currency measure in the last hours of the session regardless of the opinions of It Is estimated that congress could adjourn four hours after the adoption by the senate and the house of a com promise agreement between the cur were sent out by order ot Speaker Cannon for every Republican member to be in his seat at 11 when it is expected the compromise bill will be Intimates of Speaker Cannon assert ed that In the event that a bill along thejnes of the proposed compromise la brbught In it could be passed by the house after an hours This remark is interpreted to mean that the Republican majority of tho house is prepared to accept whatever the conferees may but It Is not believed that the Democrats of the house will be denied the privilege of some expression of their The cloture rule in the house la how that the measure can be brough to a vote without The conditions are BO different in tho senate that another situation may be encountered the days developments have been such as to Justify the statement tbat the bill wll not be held up In the senate for so long a time as seemed probable when the compromise first began to receive Then the fear was that the measure might be talked to Countrys Business at Strenuous representation as to the possible effect on business of a fail ure by congress to enact financial leg islation beSore adjournment has had the effect of causing several Demo cratic senators to agree not to discuss the bill at length in case it is report Republican senators have been active In spreading and they have not been without influ Those who have been won over would content themselves with casting their votes against the Oth ers Insist upon dls cussing the bill and explaining their objections at There are prob HAS ITS HANDS FULL Town of Sayre is Kept Busy En tertaining Five Hundred Prohi bition Delegates SUI IS WITHDRAWN Harry Thaws Wife Adopts New Planof Campaign Against Him WANTS FINANCIAL RECOMPENSE A Little Is it for from here to the next town asked a tourist of a man ho met on a rural It aint so very nor It at so very an ylt it aint as ilgh as might be if it waut so fer as It Still itd be ferther if It want BO so I reckon one might say that It a betwixt an between fer an Uppincotts Cannibal In small streams trout of two poundi or over usually become cannibals and live entirely on their smaller brethren Such trout will not rise at a don ably halt a dozen in this latter and It Is Impossible to estimate how muclHfnie they would consumerThey that seriously op posed to the provisions of the Vree land bill as they are they would still not enter upon any proceeding that might be characterized as a filibuster and say that after expressing their views and forcing an explanation from the supporters of the bill they would let It go to a The time neces sary for this proceeding none will un dertake to and estimates range all the way from one day to one It seems probable now that from a week to two weeks would be required in the Many Senators The Democratic senators who op pose the compromise realize that they would be seriously handicapped in any effort at such tactics as would post pone for any great length of time the vote on the bill by the absence of a large percentage of their So many Democratic senators have re cently left for their homes that they realize they would not be able to make an effectual filibuster if inclined to engage In There were Indeed only fourteen Democratic senators In the Her Attorney Issues Statement In Which It la Made Clear That Loy alty to Her Husband Is First to Be New May Nesblt Thaw through her counsel has with drawn tho suit which she instituted some time ago for the annulment of her marriage to Harry The motion for withdrawal was sanctioned by Referee who had been ap pointed by the court to take testimony In the and the case was declared discontinued without costs to either party to the Immediately following the action Daniel personal counsel for Issued a statement in which he declared that Thaw had been an unwilling party to the pro ceeding from the It was only be cause of pressure on the part of he husbands relatives that she had any part in such a said OReilly ami that she withdrew the action because she believes her husbands present position demands her There has been much misrepresentation as to Evelyn Nesblt Thaws motive in first bring ing an application for an annulment and then subsequently discontinuing the said the Mrs Thaw reluctantly made such an uppll cation in response to pressure brought by relatives of her husband she with draws from the action at this time be cause she believes her husbands pres ent situation demands from her a loy alty to his Interest and that it would not serve any good purpose to prove at a time when he is attempting to gain his liberty that he was insane when married Especially is this true in the light of the unfortu nate conclusion ot the last proceed Franklin counsel for Mrs William made denial last nigh to Lawyer OReillys statement tha Evelyn Nesbit Thaw had mad application for an annulment of th marriage in response to pressur brought by Bartlet said As counsel for William Thai I desire to say that so far as she i concerned and any other relative wit whom I am acquainted I know of n pressure being brought by relatives o Evelyn Thaws husband to brin about an annulment of the marriage I am at a loss to understand how an pressure could be brought to bea PROHIBITIONISTS MEET Pennsylvania State Delegates In Har monious May flags and bunting In festoons and streamers greelecl the delegates to the state pro hibition convention vlioi thoy nrrive1 in this The of Snyrfi has a population of and the entertainiiiK of 500 ds ogaUM and visitors has taxed tlio of the residents to the The large of antiliquor men was to Sayie by lie cull Issued by State Chairman David All of tho leading Prohi bitionists of the btato are at the con The delegates appear to be perfect ly harmonious and no contests are Among the notable ora tors present are Charles E James Mitchell Bennets Silas Stevens omer Elisha Kent Kane John the Hon ames Captain Marquis harles T Scott Dunn George Morgan Rummell and the Hon Candidates for delegatesatIarge In lude the Michael Fanning Jeorge Hoffman of Ardmore and B leadley of Greene Chronic Constipation One who suffers from chronic con stlpation Is In danger ol many serious FoleyB Orlno Laxative cures chronic constipation 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 Orino not nauseate or gripe and to Refuse conferees may have the text before them when they meet to decide upon the attitude they will take and main tain in the full conference to be held immediately afterward and In which the Democratic members of the con ference will for the first time partici Has Faith In tho If a bill is reported out of the con ference today It will be passed by the house Aside from the factthat members are weary from the strain of the long session and the humid many of them are exceedingly anxious to get away at once because they have to fill engagements to deliver Memorial day addresses in their districts next Satur They confidently expected to be on their way home now and therefore Instead of trying to cancel their en gagements they telegraphed assurance that they would be on hand Decora tion Especially Is it true with some of the Republican members that fights must be made at home for reaomlna tlon and election and on this score they fear the danger of breaking the engagements to A number of such have signified their determlna pleasant Bessemer willing to return next week to finish up the business ot congress It that be and it was stated that against this young hnrt reouest The position of the family in n while the absentees had been request id by telegraph to return It was doubt ul whether they would obey the sum as most of them had gone away ntending to A number of Re mblican senators are also out of the ity and it is apparent that there will e great difficulty In maintaining a quorum in the senate if the flnal dis position of the bill be long Put One Over on the May police are investigating what appears o be the execution by the Russian revolutionary committee of a man named thought to have been Russian government Naidoff was shot to death by a whose description is He is still at large and a search of all Rus sian revolutionary centers in Switzer land has been Seventeen Children May children were several of them when a score ot boys and girls ranging In age from six to fourteen years climbed aboard a truck on tha Philadelphia and Reading branch to the Lincoln colliery in the west end of the county and started It down tha heavy While going at a fright ful rate of speed the truck collided with a car standing at the foot of the grade and both were May Wa gers is the proprietor of a livery stable and Lydia Staser the daughter of a farmer living near The court which ended with their elope ment and marriage In began when she rode in Wagers hack a few weeks ago and they met for the oral For best try BfenlngiBec gard position to this young woman is ver Kodol completely digests all classe of It will get right at th and do the very work Use for the It Is pleasant t akeSold by Harry First Conneaut Lake Exposition Park will open for th May Inqulr of agents or see bills for rates o fare and time of TRISTAtENEWS IN BRfEf May 0r a wellknown glass age Is May Ce op was hanged In the Dauphin county ail for the murder of Steve May Earle age has won the honor of elng the champion speller of Greater May Tusle who has been an inmate ot the Dayton asylum for twentyfive Is dead at that May Henry Stose saved her whose dress caught fire from a gasoline by wrapping her skirts about it and smothering the May the sixyearold daughter of Kelley a prominent Wells burg was run down by a street oar In sight her daggerllkts piece of broken glass from a mirror smashed during a runaway in the west end pierced eighteenyearold Ed gar Burnss heart and he died within a few East Liverpool May H superintendent of schools at has been elected super intendent of the local schools to suc ceed who has held the position for 11 May of Rldgway were treated to the sight of a strange A bright fleecy streak of light extended across the sky from east to remaining tor probably tklrty and then It gradually faded May Demo crats of this city held a massmeeting at the city halt and adopted resolu tion censuring the four delegates of Crawford though pledg ing themselves before the primaries to support voted with the May ex1 treme limit of ten years in the West ern penitentiary was imposed by Judge i1 Van Swearingen on John Altrams an4 John convicted on the charger of torturing aged and of Yauger Hollow and robbing of J Musings of the Metropolis News of New York Town Outlined in Brief Sad Blow to Fashionable School Girls teachers that she must not wear suck N simple and very Wllliai Thaw desires that this young worn a shall be treated not only fairly bu and as she is now being paid a in my opinion as a lawyer of is far more than any court would allow her for her maintenance and support either as alimony or and it is a more generous allowance than would be appropriated If based on Harry Thaws income or measured by ner station in ord EW at the Horace Mann Broadway and One Hundred and Twentieth have been forbidden to wear ultrafashion able or extravagant false elaborate adornments ot highheeled shoes and peekaboo Virgil principal of the disparages the talk caused by the new rule and says that ques lions ot good taste In dress frequently For months the question of proper dress has agitated the pupils and In erested the A certain clique has been in the habit ot going to class n raiment that verged upon the ex remely fashionable Finally a lrl showed herself In a hat that be wildered her It was a Gainsborough affair with untold deco She was told by one of the Night Riders Must Pay May noted Hollowell night rider damage suits have been the plaintiffs receiving A few weeks ago in the United States court Robert Hol lowell secured a verdict for against twentynine alleged night rid ers of Callawell who were ac cused pf raiding his home and com pelling him and his family to flee the state to save their Better Join the May house and senate passed a senate bill which provides for a penitentiary term for any employer who refuses work to an employe on account of the latter be longing to a labor The bill also prohibits Pinkeriow detectives from working In the May tuques over the remains of a man found in the creek near here resulted in the positive Identification of the body a that of a bank who absconded about three weeks ago afte a shortage In his accounts of 000 bad been discovered It Is ual Bloom committed a hit to Another pupil re vealed a coiffure gay with little artlt flclal puffs and was commanded leave the surplus attachments at Still another maid demon strated geometrical problems on the blackboard with her fingers with N These instances aroused keen ri valry among the in the matter ol until the decision was reached to tell them that there must be mod The following articles blacklisted Merry Widow or hats of tremely large or trimmed In a conspicuous manner hair ot too large size or consplcuoas lm false hair ot any Faust Dutoh necks and Mallne bows peekaboo waists waists with short sleeves bracelets and except pins necessary for the clasping of collars gowns ot conspicuous colors and materials Of extravagant light fancy clothtopped shoes or shoes with high heels or fancy U will be seen that about all tie affectations are Hotels Which Strictly Bar Outside Food F you live by the year In one of these fashionable apartment hotels that pun a restaurant In connection with the you cannot take food into your quarters on peril of your There Is a big untown hotel of the best class whose leasts provide that leasers must eat In the Many ot them disregard this clause in their leases and some of them open ly took food Into their This has been stopped by the mana who has ordered that all baskets of provisions brought to the hostelry shall be turned A lawyer told me that the hotel man was courting a tenant In a hotel bad a right to take anything In his room be so tbat he complied with tha provision In his lease that he snail do no cook ing In bis Just the other day a man was caught bringing a POt tie of milk into the front door and was requested to leave the That reminds me of another uptown hotel which was filled with families and which had a rigid rule tbat no one should cook in an It be came that patrons ot the place were right and there was much sleuthing on the part of the management and employes to find out who the guilty ones The guiltiest man of the lot looked the most and In order to cover up bis nefarious work be lodged a complaint with the la vig orous that some one wan cooking around the house and tbat be was much disturbed by the smell ot This was la the and tbat there was an odor Of cooking all through the fifth manager got a clerk and a pass They traced the odor rtgkt down to one door and softly it and rushed There stood man who had complained a fork In his band and a floating look bit eyes as be watched four large porfc sausages sizzle try ta a 9ff an oil stove   

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