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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                I J f ftl a 1 i vtfV POWERS NOTICE Violation tit Berlin Treaty Mil tolerateil d atf but ItMs wuhheKd frolii BULGARIA INVITES CONFLICT when the H was held up to enable an official not settt to the powers he news to toe of war ministers and of waff Telegrams were throughout the whole of Bu farta ordering the immediate jnobll tatiott 6r all available It II faSected hSvij an army of a T vy an Ulliiy a ready for the Held within the wott 6f ntling out an army Is wade easy on accdUht Of the present situation having been fore timmtAA fntfi f for a Ferdinand is how in conference with representatives of foreign banks rela live w financing the Independence from ilnty ef and Marches Army the Frontier Ready to Annwatlen of Bosnia and Excites Opposition I 1W I lle public pending the receipt of rei including the procla Various has essayed the of mediator with fhe object lf between Turkey and d ag a o foreign matloh of Bulgaria as an Independent kingdom Was formally made at the aneieht Bulgarian capital at and the oabinet are rSpiHed W ffave iciei in complete harmony In the declaration of lude The delay s being utlllied Irt rush ing the completion of Bulgarias mm tary Immediately upon Ferdinands ar ustchuk from he was cipher telegram1 from Prime harmony the declaration of lude Minister Mallnoff marked urgentcoll The pablhet promulgated Inp Mip ttf the declaration and Prince Ferdinand j Here he was Joined by his ministers Immediately signed the conference lasted from mjd PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles VVe are showing a complete line of New Fall and Winter costumes and evening also a very line of Garments and Neck Fur Coats in Pony Skin Persian Lamb and Hudson i EXTEND a cordial the Ladies of Greenville to come and see our 7O8 State Street vise the moment this ttonat ngly i 1 a III Russian foreigii minister Naotim the Turkish ambassador to France the tho the American arirt the Italian ambassadors and of active exchanges which have been going on between the various cabinets It was announced that Great Russia and possibly Italy were prepared to act In unison to preserve peace and to call a con ference of tha signatories of the Ber lin treaty to deal diplomatically with the situation that has arisen between 1 Bulgaria and to harmonize Interests so that fresh com plications may be Peace proclaiming Hiel Already certain tentative proposi1 garla Is 601 tlonfc as a basis for such conferenca j ments and have been forwarded to Constantinoj some pie and If the portes assent can he matter of secured It is regarded as certain that as peace will be The nature of these propositions has not been I tt but It is understood that they Involve the recognition of Bul garias Independence as an accom plished f ItaU come reports la first of iff congress the of Berlin to cori probably to re caught in a Vis the victim of ille some Interna been up Is to make tttf emancipated idon indicate that swallow this bit ter plH they can If they while willing and safer for will have ho eftflie base the begin Notice on na tha ieeh a trttftFify and fbir the bo British governs jrffh apparently a ter with France and friendship with position where It dom inated reserving out of thlg the almost open whole ftidre tjiati a prat timeIn ment IJji feet unders Russia and to be In enrnlty and Probably itie history of Eu rope has such aittaz ly revolutions dur i w aa UUJ the past An entangling uatlph will coWwhen the signatories of po Berlin wwty meet to consider ii HflSKELL WANTS LEASE REVOKED Mikes Demand on President on Behalf of Indians uIGUAESTHEYWEDE CHEATED of Oklahoma He Upon president Roosevelt for Information Concerning the 6 A6ret of Indian Lands to of the Standard IJirnidill Were Standard Agents In Consummation of an open ietfer to President ftoosevelt Governor Haskell asks the presidentto explain certain transactions In con nection with the granting of a lease On kcres of Osage Indian lands to the Prairie Oil and Gas company In In regard to passage in 1905 of a op the general appropriation annual convention 6J tW National League of Barbers opened here Forest Hrea are raging 6h either side of tha Laurel ridge and are being fought by half n hundred bet 6 Orders ware received here to reinstate em Ifloyes of the Pennsylvania railroad In Harrlsburg Who were laid off last Rob SKEPTICS StiTI s INVADEOBYTAFT Errors to Sfiow Tfiem They Should Defeat Bryin KISSES BABT ON THE FOREHEAD iu i what action sjjuKbe taken Regarding In regard to passage In 1905 of he violation Jrltaln baa 0 not recognize t n un tne generaj appropriation notice that It bill authorizing the to make right of any of thejia new Or extended lease the letter I the were held between President Roose Thg danger of war is believed to lie S from Belgrade Indicate that tuate in as aunexa it Bosnia and Re to the dan UCIDM 10 tne nan ger IJohdi of Servians inarching the Belgrade and shouting for war Austria rather than an V Home 53 Merger Street lu precipitate action at Constantino Forced Young Turk which may fear a blow at Its prestige It It acquiesces In the loss of WAI i iM tt A and by the military whlph wants Tfli I CC C to restore Jieold prder of It Is feared that although both from a financial and military may proclaim Should this be the cose the efforts of will then be directed to limiting the war to Bulgaria and 4 Within a or two AustriaHun j which has been working with I Prince Ferdinand In this preconcerted will proclaim the new status of T ffffmmumf A Boanla and The member of tlufarm of Tollei stlrrlnar the whole stirring the whole Qoff question In the memory of the present Does It mean war V at I w rrwti f i UBJUwuL The action In Velt and Guffey and Barnsdall of of Standard Oil by all the goyern1 Haskell charges the president with re of but In j fusing to grant Indian repri Is Is considered a sentatlves a consultation while negp so long tlatlng at length with Stahaird 011 The letter continues It Is a low to say that you have obtained for them the Indians a onesixth roy alty of the production and in addition to that a verymoderate at Wast paah or a grea er eouiyalent royalty tfien their subleasing to oberatprs In small tracts would halve left the Standard Oil a handsome Indeed a fabulous sum beyond the comprehension of ordinary Did you any such sum No you got them only a bare oneeighth this question has passed beyond the stage of political discussion as far as I am concerned While you are the chief guardian of this particular property of these aa governor of Okla df which state these Indians are and entitled to beat protection I can give their It Is my duty fullest ex MVII llltWI that It had been learned that his son was ieil and enlisted in United army at said the report might be Mary 9eck of Vahlue celebrated her 100th birthday surrounded by about fifty relatives She Is In fairly good She was born In Falnfleld Opposed He Favors Liberal SUtenitm That ROeMvelt Slumping Tour pinltd lit White fyfet Emphatic as en Former Bryan to Tour Home 10Jto Jfy from Clarissa Alexander un der false Qruber sol I cite orders here for receiving dollar In and It Is olalmei that he defrauded many persons evening there was a cavein of the cof ferdam at dam 13 at MoMechen iu Wl and has been a resident of Hancock taft made tatee speeoWei itt county for seventyflve I ias ond thTrteen In Bight 91 I f PtoP If he shoy nte were a portrait agent of was ar Jirgent froni rested here charged with obtaining through the special Wai i Alexander un Without This resulted In delaying fee Toft special more than an hour and the big audi ence at this place had to wait until nearly 10 oclock for the appearance of the Mfhlle the name Bryan fras heard more during My day of the trip Tofts reception been such ae to him to exprets sur prise and not STORY Declares His t 1 MUIJ IVJI Standard possible or aggro sWl Ing the Standard Oil companys side of from indlscfetioii or bad judg the charges of attempts to bribe of of their prop I therefore Insist that without unreasonable delay i may be advised to the correctness of the above formerly attorney general of says the charge that Mon and In behalf of our the nett hod been offered and had declined a large sum of money to drop his per secutions against the Standard Oil company was first made public by one wal Ollluo George Rice in an Interview at Ma has become my duty shall six miles below Two work men weje burled In an avalanche o One was killed and the other though token out w4U Both were foreigners employed aa the In fant son of the Franklin Qehr of this strangled to death on a metal collar The distracted father rushed from his homo with the child In his going to the near est physicians two blocks But before he arrived the little babe Stuart has announced the following appointments Frank to be a member of the board of trustees of the state Institution for feebje minded at deceased Isaac to be alderman in and for the Third of who has returned from a trip landed at Hoboken several days ago and says that after bis luggage Had been some fellow with a fine pf steel rolled back lid and examined his eye to see if anything was hidden Jn the number of people he has able to address but aa to tfcelr cordial indication of Speaking of his reception at several of the Toft said i h 11 CUk VCUU i a It Is an augury that Missouri is going to show somebody At tha next I election that she does Hot Intend to remain a hut bpcome regular resfdeht ataong V T A youhg mother presented her J jfM to the who took his arms and kissed pp head while the crowd went wlM otir the an Inter view liven but by he hue been that bSwrote Chlcaflo Grain TurklihBul garian war and a repotted re vival Jn export business hod a buoy wt LUC fit vMonivao UCMI a I demand a revocation of ant effect on wheat prices on the to unwarranted and unjust and 1 cal exchange the market closing beg to odvlse you now that since this f net gains of to I cent compared JPtKECTORY GREENVILLE Jllespie property now owned by Newell is sale at a property sold for above amcit last year and is worth This iin excellent opportunity to get a fine home andjall moon conveniences and centrally Make us an Offer GILLESPIE TAILORING A REAL TAILOR BISHOP Talloriug In all its Alter Pressing and Clean Corner Main and Mercer RESTAURANT i V Best Things to Eat served In the best Is making reputation for Try us If not a The place to eat is at SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Solicits transient and local wellcooked moderate Plum corner Brie railroad ilrns to furnish the finest quality o MILK DEPOT Wbenfo Eat Is AV Question Whereto Eat Is Not Debatable iSIAURANT FUR FURS of Furs in Skins for When you buy your milk of Mahan 21 NorthMercer you get thi best and PHOTOGRAPHER ARTISTIC PHOafOQRAPHY Wsten AH work gotten out on Why Because it Is finished on Artura Iris and the mos exflulslto of all photographic pro Webers XI Canal LIVERY When you ride In a rig from McCLURES Water you are not ashamed of the home or the Pood service at all The old reliables motto Not the qheapest prices best goods at the lowest market Our reputa tion fqr 22 Enuf rletta and given to the newspapers on March he as In response to demands made by the press and by representatives of the Standard Oil company filed with the Ohio supreme cburt a bill of In formation accusing Squires of having approached him with an offer of to drop the Tolles declares that Squires had i nevfer been connected In any manner with the Standard j Tolles says further I Neither of the documents filed with I the supreme court directly charged the Standard Oil company or any of Its officers or agents with any com plicity In the alleged Tbe I amendment simply stated that the said Squires had claimed to cer I tain of those No charges having been made upon which It could the supreme I on the day of Decem order upon Its Journal as follows Ordered that the information here in died by ths attorney genera on the 15th day of be stricken from the It not appear ing that there Is any competent evi dence to connect the defendant with the alleged offer to the attorney gen This was the action not of a single but of the entire carry It before the next congress of the United States unless there Is a clear showing that my people have not bnen unfairly You will pardon me for looking with suspicion on any acquisition of franchises or property rights of such Immense value when It seems to have been en couraged or brought about through the management of the men whose names I with the previous Corn and oats were Irragujar and provlsjbps the latter showing IOMBU of 25 to October options olosed Reports from physicians show that there are hun dreds of men In now suffer ing with hatpin jabs administered by women and girls during the mardl gras proceedings of last weeks Veteran Sore on the chairmanship of the city Republican committee for the rea son that he has pulled too many chestnuts out of fire and has never been repaid for his one of the pioneers in Plttsburg 3 yellow 28 I Q29 Ohio 1 York full 18 denleft ift White The latest kory cm thiis iubjeet Is thatre cefvid at by the tinplate Industry and at one time president of the United States plate company of has created a sensation In political cir The claws of the old cat have been burned he declared In an address which he made the McKees port Republican rSupply 86 cart on sale market 25c tidy 6 common to good fat good fresh cows and 66 common Sheep and light market Prime good fair pulls and veal heavy and thin Hogs Receipts 60 double decltB market strong on good cornfed hogs others Prime heavy york 8 w iff XJl t that the president Intended taklnfe the stump and wan planning to make at least speeches on a tour across the terminating at San Fran This Information was to have reached from persons la the east upon whom reliance could he Numerous times during the presi dents summer vacation elinjjar rer ports were flatly denied by the presi dents secretary at Oyster Since the presidents return to Washington these reports have become znore au merous and each has beep denied vuu uiiu When the matter flrst came W be de nials of the secretary werp but to the latest he has given somewhat qualified de always saying that It 8 pres idents present Intention to take rreBqnqr Oct dress at famine will visit next one tory of the world planted In the hot winds5 will burnall Project Not Dead decision of the board of engineers at Cincinnati rejecting the petition to al low a bridge to be constructed across the Ohio river to connect Parkersburg and has not disopuragei those backing tho movement H Newell of East pres dent of the bridge la In Washington to enlist the aid of Con gresemah all oh anqpunt of the sins of the Bryan Has Job state central committee Wllllum Bryan will deliver speeches tn He In nearly all the principal cities i4and His Itinerary ieen Baseball Decision directors of the National league adjourned las nlght without having reached a dfeci slon on the disputed game of 23 between the New York and Chicago Hermann stated the di rectors had heard all the evidence and had decided to defer their decision until 250 Lose Jobs Through cut ting mill of the Wllliamupprt nail works was totally deatJoyejjSby a loss pf from to The rojllng mill and adja cent structures were Atout 250 h thrown out of lyjprf Counties t ftu ttt lopal to saloons wueX vote on   

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