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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THUMDAIf IMTABUBHgD i 7 r1 j1 AS THEIR GUIDE RMm Mmi TMKNm died lot her IHB sea nsms hi Whlrt THay Waewl Implfalt tfaiwa Thamh tartly Adam Owf Oaflant tuda Mt Will LIvaM KMI Mara Wuman sf tha Till Qiiaar Talaa Their Strlpturaa Fraa We M acquainted with basband and I Sharp apni North she That have been two Jffcla wo began following hita7 la houseboat we started down the Mtaaourt We Would stop it each city and preach and Ot wa children did tha Ringing and it waa great We teft abaat a week ago and to KaBMs City just as the Ice be gan to U got cold tine but knew we weraMrrina the None ot the We teach AMatlv Paul tne wisdom ot world Christ chose Wa Ignorant Mar can read and tha In Dafanaa at am not going to L am going to get well and live to kilt a few more po v That the astertlon of Louis Adam the religious fanatic who lying In hospital here seriously wounded in the fight bo tween his followers the la which Pratts thirteenyearold daugh ter Lulu and Policeman Albert Dal Uwr were killed and two othei police LAWMAKERS SEE TAFT PRICE 2CENTB PBR WtlmJittRntlvri I Ontplttt Lin Of HOLIDAY eOODS coMlstlnc of Snappy Neckwear in single Mufflers in single wea in single Suit Hand Fancy Complete of Wa extend an Invitation to all to and Impact oui LORIES successors to Benninghoft ft 177 Main our Master had to endure When He on When we an the street corners and tor tha people we felt for we knew wa were doing the 1 Leatiar Pratt told of the and our said Pratti were known us as Adam and and we believed heir It Was revealed to Sharp last summer that our were not to be Interfered with We If the police at tempt to arrest shoot they can not kill 11J live our lead er urst I heard of the trouble was when I ulu and Mary came running down to the boat and told me that the shooting was going on Then thfe offi came and wanted to take us away 1 got my told Lulu to get a gun andwe all got Into a skiff that was tied to the houseboat I sat In the bow with my gun in my I was not going to shoot unless I had because I liad had no chance to ask either Adam or Eve what to Im sorry I did not Im afraid 1 have lost my eternal life because I think Adam would have advised me to Lulu got Into the back of the which was and Mary took the oara and we started across the The began shooting at the We drifted up to the bank and when I aaw blood on ear 1 knew she waa shot Weird Story of Melissa a slender wom an of middle whose statement waa taken by another detailed the occurrences leading up to the fight and then toldof the ot the I born In Mountain thirtyseven years ago on a said 1 married a farm twenty years ago and we went to Later We went to Oklahoma and took up a We had no reli gion then at About six ago my husband came home one night and he did not think we were living He had had a revelation ot the faith of We read tho Bible and a week later I got the rev Then we both repented for two weeping and not because we wanted but because we could not help The spirit of God came to us the same that it came to to David and to We then farm aid gave the money away to the people who were poor and started to Since thenwe have traveled thiough Maana Maat Him Thla Republl ean memtera ot the house HUMPD HI rttHECT INVESTOR on Presi riMMCU HPiTUHMH HlfbdlUn dwrtelect Tatt at 5 oclock this Wter noon at the Testdence ot Rapraaenta It been arranged that at tha con WOULD SPEM LARGE SUM j SENATORS ANGRY ftlvara and Harbara on a iu favor of the ot government for a comprehensive improve ment of the and canals ot the country to the end that this na tion shall have the greatest ayatetn of in the world gained consid erable headway at the opening slons of the annual meeting of the riv and harbors The scheme contemplates the Portion of an Sa i cret Scrvlca subject discQssed by President Roosevelt In his annual message to congress has been the subject of so general com ment in both the senate and house aa the recommendation concerning the secret That portion of the recommendation in which the presi dent declares that the amendment In Incorporated in the law last year that ttoero should be no detail from tho RIVER BOOMERS ENCOURAGED elusion of conference a will be to make known wfcatr the attitude both of the and the committee is to be respecting tha forthcoming revfelon of the Author Clalma Ion of Law Ha Public Can fldanea In gacilMlM TalafMana Othar Campanlaa In Interstate Commarea 7 to vlaa All laauaa a and by Such CarpiMVtMM In tha farreach Xne scneme contemplates wierc siiuuia uo nw ance of wortn of federal aecret service and no transfer thero konds for Internal water to from contained the that be distributed over a teayear amendment had been ot benefit or Kollowlng the to the criminal Again lead of President Roosevelt and Prealj the president said that the chief argu both of whom adVoJ in favor of the provision was oatad the Issuance of government that the congressmen did not theni for the of perma nent public tie Indorsement was given the proposi tion at the rivers and harbors con by such leading flgrues Vice A Andrew Carne i of transportation Washington Dacv ing bill fort iMues of and and phone engaged In Interstate congress authoriie the issu It was learned that the congress In all probability adopt resolutions commerce been IntroducedJn the of The notable array of senate by one of the au1speakers Included Vice President Fat r Andrew James the Brttiah ambassador former Mayor New Representa Point Halt a hundied padbengers in the la dies coach of the northbound Ohio Valley exiness on the Ohio river ot the Baltimore and Ohio iail rpad were horrthed when one of two aouien bound from McDowell county to the West Virginia Insane asylum at a scream and with a large poolcet kulfe slashed her Tha train bad Just left Point Pleas there was a panic and several women passsengers were over come by the The train was brought to a stop at once and she was placed on a southbound train and taken back to Point physicians Despite every effort the unfortunate woman died thirty minutes after reaching the railroad The body was for warded to McDowell county today She was wife of a coal It Is said the woman secured the knife with which she ended her life from a passenger occupying a seat ad Tan Rinahart Jur ors had been accepted when court ad ourned night In the trial of cashier of the late Farm era and on charges of The Jury eo far completed U composed of the following citizens George Center township George Sprlnghlll township car Jeffersontownship Mc farmer Sprlnghlll township Zephanlah Waynes burg Cumber landtownship George Morris township John W Justice of the Morris township Merman thors of the rate It Is said that the meaaUra represents the administration view of the subject on which it proposed to The provisions ot were explained by its author follows The measure la designed to sub future Issues of stocks and wuds by transportation tel ephone and telegraph en gaged In Interstate to the scrutiny of the government ot Seth Low Uve Joseph Champ Clark of minority leader of tho house ot representatives Governor George Chamberlain of Gov ernor Sanders of Sam uel president of the Araeri Federation oE Labor JudgeGeorge and Professor selvea wish to be Investigated by the secret service men and he proposed a restoration ot the old law with a spe cial exception prohibiting the use of the secret service force In investigat ing members of This comment on the pwt of the president wascharacterized In strong language by a number of senators dur ing an Informal discussion of the mes sage while the senate was in executive Democratic senators took the position a resolution of protest should be offered by Republican mem bers and one senator onthe Demo cratic side intimated that he would bring up the subject in case the Re publicans did The question did not becomea part of the official jng3 OPPOSE BOND ISSUe Think Roads Should Be Built Out Barnyard hygiene and toads were the principal Items of business considered by the Leonard state made a lengthy ad dress on aphthous which re cently was epidemic In the eastern section of the He carefully explained the symptoms of the disease and gava Instructions as the proper method ot procedure when it devel He declared that H was one of the moat contagions diseases known to The greatest care is neces Lyman of Whitman college of Wash PLEAD FOR FORESTS For Heard by the Congrattional A distin guished assembly of witnesses testified before the house committee on agri culture on the need of forest reserves 4n the White Mountains and the Southern It marked the opening of the fight In this session ot gary to prevent an a re congress for the creation of these wat epidemic in Germany cost the government to stamp Weeks made an appeal for sup port of the three road propositions to be presented to the general assembly by the motor One provides for creation of a road commission to systematize the work of road build another for the appropriation ot That Improtement of flu Ohio Is Assured THEY Mil UPON PRESIDENT Ha Cordially ani to Racommandatlafia Made in Con Burton and nen AliO Lltten Attentively to Thalr In Favor of Ohio and Con high feath er because the the presi Vice President Fairbanka and other men In high places had ap proved the program ot a bond for waterways a dele gation from the Ohio Valley Improve ment headed by John Its and Captain of Plttaburg railed on President Speaker Cannon and Chairman Burton of the rivers and harbors committee of the Captain Rolgers was the principal at each At the White House he introduced Congressman Shirley of a to the and Shirley indicat ed that there was no politics or parti sanship In the question ot waterways especially Improvement of the Tiie president pointed to Uln frA his last message and his addreas to the conservation congress aa all tha evidence needed tfrat he with At the capltol Speaker Cannon received the delegation cordially and carefully explained the procedure of Cannon told his that navar 1890 had there been a time when under the rules of the either under Republican or Democratic that a majority of tha mem bad not been abla to ragUter their will In Neat 10 John Pahy of the Ninth United Mine workers district has been notified by Commissioner Nelll that under opera tion of the sliding scale fixed by tha me 8trike commission anthracite in two inetallments and the tk wouW a 7 Per and Johnson of MtnnaWtai tormer for a constitutional amendment mmeworKers w protect the navigability ol navigable a purpose which the committee concedes la constitu Besides Governor Guild of Massachu setts Governors Chamberlain of Ore AnseV of South Carolina Wood worth of New Blanchard lot Hoke Georgia BUHA mini Governor George Pardea of Call autnoriring a loan tor road tl I fornla and Edward Bvarett It Is drawn on the the of the The legislation which its to MlBsourl and Then we went Waynesburg Justice of north to Minnesota and summer the Jackson we spent In Manitoba and i We lived on gifts made by converts and by small sums offered by whoever cared One man who found the light sold all property and put kept all the money in a common Prepared For We floated down the stopping and and sometimes camping In the In many we have been bythe om wanted to take our children away and make them go to We Couple Killed by Port iMng together for over sixty and John Paul ot across the Clalr river from this were asphyxiated in tnelr They were eightysix and eightyfive of The gas had been accidentally Uft turned on in the kitchen been going armed for many I have practiced shooting and the children Brac Another Revolution In Capa teen a revolutionary outbreak In I leveral of the northern and It la faared the movement will apraad should ao organUedtihat there should be some Just and reasonablerelation between j their assets and their It Is Intended to prevent for the future over1 bond j manlpulation and similar which in times pant have brought more or less disrepute upon the managej ment of railway The effect Of it will be UTglve stability to the ex latlng volume of railway securities and at the same time to so guard future Issues as to give normal values to l stocks and bonds j The blllTa applicable to all rations which are subject to existins for the regulation of Interstate in to tele phone and telegraph companies en1 gaged in interstate commerce i It is undertaken in the bill to make a standard ot legality by which the va lidity of stock and bond Iseuea may be These features of the bill have beendrawn without any Inten tion to hinder or embarrass legitimate either of railroad building or railroad Engineer Asphyxiated at Da an engineer at the Gill plant at was asphyxiated Iri the en Two other men who were asphyxiated have re formulated any Increase of the bonded debt for this purpose and also deprecates Governor Stuarts recommendation for a high way across the It agitates a sys tem of roads connecting county capi to be built by the state from cur rent cent increase in November able month John Sullivan Saaka 5 former champion ot the pugiltatlo arena flled suit for divorce against his now said to be living at The charge infidel Tho bill of complaint sets forth that the marriage took place In M8J and separation the following INSURANCE longFaced People we pleasant company They bore when taljdng Aont their ffli tod aaments They cant keep their minds off them If they would set to work and get their liven and bowels in proper they Become Cheerful and Healthy When people grow grouchy tod and the cor ners of their mouths begin to its high time for them to take Beechams and get the stomach and y blood in healthy for thew rarely need Mer aShort Course of BMchams smiles take the place of for the digestion Is the apatite improved liver tho bowels tod no hjdeoui dreamt disfcurkthe To mjke and keep well and thwe is ap v SAYS MORGAN COT MONEY Former Senator Contradleta mant on Panama tha for tha Panama canal not paid to the French ai President Roosevelt has but war paid to Morgan and distrib uted in ways unknown and which swera impossible to discover because of tha reticence of William Nelson the statement of MIHard of Ne who while In the waa the chairman of the committee on in teroceanlc ExSenator Mlllard declares that Cromwell was the who had anything to do with the purchase ot the canal as far as the sen ate Interpceanio canals committee was able to find out and that Cromwell re fused to tell the tforaiulttee the namet of the men he CARNEGIESUBPOENAED HOUM and CommltUa Deiire His Dec Cai negle has been subpenaed to appear 1 before the blouse ways and means com njlttee to tfesiifj in tUe tariff revjislbn In accordance with a resolution adopted by the the sub pena on Carnegie by the house It is re1 urnable8t a date to ibe flxed luitable to the oonvenlehce of Car negie Senata largely at tended caucus of Bepubjlcan senators unanimously elected of Maine aa chairman ot Republican to ittccaed tua Old Line Certain Strong Good or or or or or Cut Rate Uncertain Dangerous Cheap Take your choice but remember the cheapest ar ticle Is of times the most he who handles fire is sooner or later sure to be Why do you pay per month rent when you can get just as big a house for Why do you wear a suit of clothes when you can get one with just as much cloth in It for YOU DO THESE THINGS BECAUSE THERE IS SOMETHING TO CONSIDER BESIDES FIRST Be on The Safe sideCarry ili res if t   

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