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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED SMALL HOPE OF POSTAL BANKS Indications Are That Bill WillFail in the Senate i CHANGE OF SENTIMENT NOTED Aldrlch of Rhode Chair man of the National Monetary Com Leads Opposition and Has the Support of Thousands of Bank ers Who Believe Postal Savings Banks Would Hurt Their No Vote on Bill la Likely at an Early thorny path confronts the postal savings bank bill In spite of the fact that Us passage Is advocated In the Republican nation al At the of the last session of when Senator Car ter secured a special order to take up this measure on it la said he had pledges of sufficient votes to puss the bill In the The situation aeems to have changed and at the pres ent time It is extremely doubtful whether Senator Carter can rally any where uear the required In it is stated that he will fall short a dozen votes on the Republican Investigations conducted abroad by members of the national monetary com mission are In large part responsible for this change of sentiment In regard to the establishment of postal savings Severalmembers of the com mission are on record In favor of the government keeping out of the banking business rather than engaging in this new Senator chairman of the Is ready to take positive stand the passage of and he have the ofa targe nuriilier 6fseniors because of Influence brought to bear upon them by the opposition of small bank era throughout the particu larly those Interested In state aud sav ings These bankers have In augurated a thorough campaign against the postal savings bank bill and alj ready have taken steps to flood their I senators and congressmen with pro tests against its They have taken the position thnt the state and savings banks are nen essary to communities because It Is to them that borrowers are compelled 10 go when they desire to raise money on real estate and chattels which national banks will not accept us security for The position is taken furthar that these small banks In many In1 stances will be driven out of business by the postal In view of the opposition that hm developed The prospect Is that no voio will be obtained on the postal savings bank bill on 14 or upon any day In the immediate If Senator Carter should be able to bring the bill to a vote trj chance of Its passage is generally considered to be QNAWS ATJJITTS VITALS EXTENDS ASK INVESTIGATION Representative Rainey Introduce Res olution on Panama Democrats of the house are planning to demand an Investigation of the purchase of tho Panama canal property and In con formity with this program Represent ative Rainey of Illinois introduced a resolution directing the speaker to ap point a committee of ftve to ascertain how much of the which ap pears of record to have been paid to the French company was really paid to that It Is said that the na tional Democratic committee requested Rainey to present the The resolution provides that the committee shall ascertain If any por tion of the was directly or Indirectly paid to American citizens or to an American syndicate and If any member or senator proiKed by tUe Somethings Wrong Inside The blues come more often from the stomach than from the We feel down in the and discouraged when the stomach is because the stomach nerves affect the and it is hard to be cheerful when the stomach is When you have the blues take and in a short time they a world of difference in your your feelings and your The good effects of Rcechams Pills are first felt in the then they act on the carry off the and soon you are feeling well and Beechams Pills are and the best thing to take to be rid of the and to Keep Bowels and Bile in Good Order In Boxei with full 1 and PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenville puts this store in the first rank as Ladies for we have the Tailor Made Suits Silk Skirts Waists Costumes Opera Coats Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony Our sterling display of Neck Pieces and Muffs in all kinds ot at every will please The Same Old Stand 708 State Street Mtaneae liver Takes Huge Sites ef Pine Pine eminent dyke on which the residents of the eaatern portion of Pine Bluff depended for protection against floodwaters of the Arkansas has given way and the river Is eating Us way toward the mouth of Hardlngs which crosses the If the riverencroaches much further It will strike with full force what IB known as the East Many persons are moving their houses or demolishing them to save the Five dwellings and the warehouse of the Arkansas Packet company have been away aud a great portion the Cady hardwood mill has been Barraque etreet for five I blocks has been destroyed and tho buildings on the south side of the street are being moved with the water following closely In the wake Of the j The Cotitonbelt railroad shops are closed to permit employes to aid those whoee homes are Barges of railroad Iron are being sunk in the that the force of the current may be expended before It strikes the crumbling COLONEL COOPER IN COURT Called to Answer on the Charge of Shooting Senator Duncan father of Hobln who was with the latter when lie shot aud killed exSenator Edward Car mack on the street here on was brought into court today for trial COLONEL on the of At the eame time John former sheriff of this also placed on The two men are charged with com plicity in the Robin who fired the shots which killed was wounded Asks Tint Sectional Prejudices w Laid Aside NEGRO QUESTION Declares That Neither He Nor the Re publican Party Have Any Idea of Forcing the People of the South Dominanceof an Ignorant Either White or PreeMentClect Addresses Banquet of North Carolina Society of New York New William who came to New to address the North Carolina society this given a tu multuous reception by the members of the organization and by prominent men from aH parts of the south at the an nualdinner of the North Carolinians at in the course of an address which waa confined entirely to the south and its did not hosi to follow up what be regards as the advantages of his trip through the south during the recent and urged again the voters of that section should from the outlived sentiment and traditions their past political affiliations and their bal lots in accordance rather with their economic and real political Taft declared that nothing would give him greater pride during his coming term in the chief executive office thaii to so direct the policy of the national government with respect to the south ern states as to convince the intelli gent ciUsens of the south of the desire his administration to aid them In working out satisfactorily the serious before them and of bringing them their northern fellowcitizens closer and closer in sympathy aud point of During the last said Mri in common with all lovers of our I have watched with delight and thanksgiving the bond of union betweenthe two sections grow I pray that It may be given to me strengthen this to obliter ate all sectional lines and leave nothj Ing of difference between the north and south save a friendly emulation for the benefit of our At the conclusion of practically every one at his pointed sentences Taft was interrupted by applause and He frankly expressed self regarding the socalled negro question and declared that neither ho nor the Republican party had any Idea of forcing upon the people of the south GERMAN EMPEROR SAD Ha Feela Greatly Depressed at Low of Prestige who has been Hiving In seclusion since No vember has resumed audiences with reference to official the finance Baron von Rheinbn ami Herr von chief the civil being among those The emperor has been suffering from a cold for a fortnight although he Is able to take long walks and is described as being greatly depressed by recent events and not disposed to talk even to members of his own house as he feels deeply his loss of prestige abroad and among his own The emperor feels grieved that old loyal ministers such us Baron von General von Einem and as well as Chancellor von should desire to limit his freedom of speech In his aft ertinner even though with The empress has been his constant companion and counselor during the last few GOVERNORS MEET AGAIN Conservation Conference Calls Them Together IN NATIONAL CAPITAL TODAY AFFAIRS IN BAD SHAPE Fidelity Funding Company Owes With Practically No New the of the Fidelity Funding or ganized in 1899 to finance the build Dlstlnguishtd Men From All Parts of America Assemble to Put Into Shape Report on the Countrys National Wealth to Be Submitted to Presi dent Roosevelt Forests and Minerals the Topics of Discussion Retiring and Incoming Presidents to since last when the governors of the states met here in response to the invitation j of President Roosevelt to discuss the question of the conservation of the na tions has the national capi tal been the scene of so notable a gathering as that which assembled here Thegovernors of the states are again either in person or by with and is stil under He will the dominance of an ignorant be placed on trial The shooting or was the result of attacks made on Colonel Corper by the lit ters the PASTOR ANNOUNCES APPROACHING DEATH From Pulpit Hs Tells tlon Hi Has Cancer Taft declared that the north yearns for a closer association with the south and quoted statistics to show j that the Industries of the south hod grown and prospered more during tho past decade than any other section of j the the negro Taft said he should neither ask nor receive more than chance to qualify him self for the COAL FLEET IN DANGER ing operations of Catholic churches a great throng of other distinguishes and allied institutions and which went The purpose of thoir meeting ti Into the hands of a receiver a few weeks are in an exceedingly tan gled condition is assorted by the re up fo a short time ago presi dent of the could not be seen when sought for a statement in con nection with the companys According to Receiver the companys liabilities will aggregate not less than with practically no its creditors Include at least fifty col leges and many priests and These are located all over the from the New England states to Ore Chief among the companys cred itors is Marys academy of which is involved for at least TAFT AT RED CROSS MEET He Is President of Which Meets In Washington The annual meeting ol the Hed Cross soj held here was attended by PresidentKim William president of the Routine ness only will be transacted at the meetings of tlie It is expecl ed that the present officers will be re v Judge attendance at the meet despite his other pressing engage was due largely to the efforts of Miss Mabel Bourdman of Wash member of the executive com mitteu of the who is very active in its Judge Taft has been greatly interested in the society Since its reorganization In when he was elected denf Uoosevulf and PresidentWet Taft will be among the speakers will address the membeva of the Joint conservation the rivers and havbora the southern com mercial congress and other organisa tions with allied objects whose ses sions In Washington help to make up what has been called conservation After the opening session the joint conference will take up its business earnest at the Hubbard memorial The plan Is to take up one after an other the main subjects which the na tional conservation commission under Chairman Uifford Plnohot has been min i Meeiiny of Distinguished Distinguished including gov bah business men and will a dress the Jolin Andrew Carnegie and a scoi of other representative men have a cepted Invitations to be Since the conference seven mentis when the president quickened tl interest of the entire nation In one Its most perplexing the n tlonal conservation commission hi s made an Inventory of the natural sources of the This Invent ry will be presented to Chairman who in his report to the pre ident 1 will make recommend tions which both the work of the cor mission and the joint conference ma suggest as vital In solving the conse vatiou The inventory is completed now far as present knowledge can Th members of the commission declarje and the country as a whole is co vlnced that the state of affairs Is 01 that requires immediate and effectlvjs Effective Action The problem that the joint confe ence must help to solve Is what forifi this action must take and in what rectlon It mum be pushed to be moajt This is a task which mantis the shrewdest judgment whic the conservation commission can call to its The the declares tihat it realizes that It haav reached the critical point in Its All the information It has gathered In Its months of study will result In noth ing of permanent value unless It cam be made the basis of a practical pro gram of constructive r tr Wa Demo dentha moating crattc which i The Colonel 1 Si the Dena deeply dl the el organising and defeat he pr pushed MeNIi Ni Bast annual Potters In the t term preataenfci UIKKORD a joint conservation conference with the national conservation commission in order to get under way the most important part of the work of the con report to the president on the national The report is due Roosevelt and Taft to Todays sessions began thismorning with an informal meeting In the red room of the Willard hotel for the pur pose of This afternoon there will be a great general ID the Belasco at which Presij Coughing promptly relieved by dose of Pisofl Mn of been seereUr this of serving county o COMtlt common straining Rubber Advance Argus killed Ml of Injunction Question Up the fight for the regulation of the Issue of in junctions In the federal courts will be carried on with vigor at this session of congress became apparent Repiesentative Townsend of who came to the fore last session in behalf of an antiinjunction will again be active for some legislation along this wont be with In Damaged by Fire While Moored Pool Ohio Pitts burg steamboats barges loaded you much The doctors tell me with coal and merchandise narrowly that I may live but not long er than six I In a voice that showed no more emo tion than be might exhibit in one of his regular sermons the John assistant pastor of the church of the Immaculate Conception and one of the best beloved of Toledo told his congregation thnt his death He Informed his lis teners that he was suffering with can cer of the Incurable die and that his phyatclane had told him an operation would be He is fortysix years of age and was or dained twenty years destruction by a fire In 6 where the fleet has been moored or several months awaiting a rise in he Ohio river to carry it One model barge and which be onged to Singer Nlmick company of was destroyed with a loss Other loaded barges were Heroic work of the crews saved the which is valued at several hun Irad thousand The fire Is bought to have been started by tramps seeking shelter on the Try to Save Womans Clara who was shot three times and badly wounded by her Allen at Atlantic about ten days ago and who has lain in an unconscious condition at the Spencer hospital ever since with a bullet In her was taken to Cleveland In ordor to have an expert Xray operator take a photo graph of her brain to see If it is pos sible to locate the Ingersoll Wins Big supreme court of the United States has decided In favor of Ingersoll the case of Eva widow of the late Robert against Jo seph Corani aud involving a claim of by Infersoll on account of services rendered by her husband In breaking the will of the late a Butter Co4Mty Line Alle gheny and Northwestern which is to run between Man seven has been chartered with The directors are John president David D William Jarvis uu U all of Chaplain of the Bucktalls Rer chaplain of knowa as tfea Isjlead age MINERS VOTING TODAY Mote Race Between Lewis and Walker For the The union coal miners of the United States and Canada are voting for their Inter national officers Indications are that the race for president will be Tho two candidates are wlB of who seeks and John president of the Illinois All the other international offices are to be The vote will be can vassed in Indianapolis and announced at the international convention here Another Lake Boat In steam er John Stauton of Cleveland Is re ported aground on Point Iro quols Lake MOTHERS ATTENTION TWO SISTERS FOUND DEAD Asphyxiated In New York Tenement While They New and Ida retpacUvely nineteen and seventeen found dead In their rooaain an Eastaide tene having been aaphyxlated by Illu minating The gas waa accident ally turned on duriac the The girls Ajaerica three years ago and fronrthplrManty earn ings In a sweat shop had saved enough money to bring to this country a younger tbey were edu Your Delicate Children May Be Re stored to Health by Read the Following Letter From a Can I wish I could induce every mo ther who has a sickly to try that delicious cod liver prepara Our little daughter was thin and She had no ap petite and no We tried 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