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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                I ttw sMaBhsd to ttaat etreei staI tha vaSsaUef W at AJtoacd the Smoky With a MVrFrightoaol at i tn the ootatoH SS ipatt and aasarod that aeosMlMMa testlmoay has been councilman hae otered 1 all he I dUtributloa ot money V city legislators and1 another has had savors Intimate to tha tssfae that to willing tell a law things ot laterest concaralng The has in Ita possession a V complete history ot how each city de poaHory secured municipal and tt to claimed by In touch witlf again that bank will be oalled npon to explain certain trans actions shown on thflr Evt to being in this dl and those working on the ot the opinion that more ar traasactlon of dartag 1 iwa xhjah at fcay been tnMy la gebsi aa entry was assde books of the so shawtag the payment it a amount ot money to a eer promtaent eoatellsua for aa Thto tt to carafilly and the tfsbow how it was itocrihajaav tt la stated that there has beeh In Dor maay a steering of three whose hurt it wat to Inform desirous at ttdtaances through fust how If emtd be tt to kept la with af fairs aad sounded all back of or It found ripe arranged to bring the oilmen the ordinance aro scheduled to eet vsfaiar session tt is optntoa of prominent members ot hath branches that there will not he a sjssrum The members have taw stunned by the arrests made br and these la a wal desire to keep ta the background as much as possible until the atsir has been There also many of the council who fear bodily barm from an hearts happr wHh Carte ttaa to tha The talk to tha eUUrsM and smaM toye aatoM feWlrllttto Thraa ones who aapsatad and itHteaaat ta sent a big patraliaaa tsr to station daskv it iraa decided that had aM aa pnalshment was with a silver ot tec the f agaerbfthe Aajinlx nndor Ita jgrtWRMMk are Made pnbllo Thai tfrgtML dealgaod to pro teat the dimelon of uonor to other g la re TRAflEOY FOR DESSERT HusbsrMl After TMr toward Chrietfitas Dinner J Of I public eotlee osarehtnt 1st George Hoi1 aocvMd ot having shot and allied I hto Jnst after they had ordir aro that ontragod Every councilman haa fonnd the ot hie ward up In armi over the oipomree mott ot then are aehamed to be aeon la JUILDING DYNAMITEI KaMsaa Man Did Kaaaas to eoarse ot construction was yartly wrMksd hy loss tfa tor dynuttttnt oaa be gtvea hy owness hnlldlng other thaa that nowaton ta Its poitos declare It work hotheaded uaton atranji Uleeiee m to adrlcet from ctpltal of the atate of a myaterloua dlooaao to killing manjr The Inhabltanui are terrorjrtrlcken and are loarincaa fait aa Physi cians havo been unable to diagnose Ike which In moot esses fattC tne victims dying within a day or a dttaar at jlM none of hto here separation Anger at the womans refusal to re turn and live with him Is bellered by police to have cause the According to the elder his after the had turned the revolver on but band when father Mldcnly appeared and after beg glnithe elder man to Shoot had dashed from the arid PARENTS FieHTJKilL BABE Mother Fade Upon Ten Weeks Old HIM age ten was killed la a pe culiar manner daring a fight between hto parents William the according to report to the attacked aid not when he came Turner had tttt child la her ahna and in the ngbt ate dropped it to the She was subsequently down or Ml upon the oraahiQg It to Bothparents RACE inreeted tal aeeonat treated laetaaJi PS Store Of Exclusive Styles Ready to give you better values for your money than you ever had AH Suits and Furs at Extra Low Come In and see the best is 708 State be ta mf to which Ul the moner atato but aotnal bo ehnifod U not tar fraaeklse hargedonly or any tnbdMatoa tor tho Iraaoatoe that aroomplete of amortisation be malntolnoi to mclode the an aaal eharglat laeagh money for depreciation ooulpment aad tho un derwriting and atmllar iteme aerlea f years lastoad ot charging olt tho total amount tn year la which tho the at order aro tho rank of a yaartj a too Of the oototttoi of whleh Com mhwloaer Malt Wo raa Con ferenoee with7 COT imleslons ot other avteg and with tho latewtatammerce Btato JBaslth Dtoaai to ass prevented folly num hat ot of oocnrrlng in Ho this eaefbe dans it aa old taw that has toln practically dormant to A ro ceat report from the Pennsylvania school lor tho blind saya that la the laaj eight more than onethird of tha admitted to that Insti tution have owed their affliction to tha affection of the wbietvoocars at the birth of tho Tho law which Dlaon soaks to have enforced that aVould one or both ot aa infant become inflamed or swollen or reddened at any time within two after birth tt ha the duty ot the nurea or other parson baring tho care ot such Infant to report la writing within ala after tha discovery thereof to the hearth ofloer or legally qualified prac titioner of tho town or district to which tho mother ot tho child re aides the fact that such inflammation or or redness It then tho duty of the health oflicer to notify ot the danger it the of the infant do not immedi ately receive proper Writing to through out Pennsylvania about this Dixou Inasmuch as I doubt the Wisdom of entrusting the so delicate an organ an the eye to un skilled hands I nave appended to the law making It the duty of the health officer to urge those In Charge to secure the services of a physician at the earliest possible mor ment after the discovery of the disease ana have suggested a harmless cleans ing lolutlon to be DEATH Ohauffeur KHtod When and Turne i a resul at a wild automobile race oa the Foo Mill boulevard one man killed and Mother man and two young women severely j The maa to WtlUsjn Blow InWred Jo Jtiss Marie his sis andMary Mowery with his party racing with another ma chine driven by John the ai tomobile struck the curb ani turned completely over Mowery was pinioned under his SHOWMEIi PROTEST New Vlrk emsee York thaa ot York showmea have profeted against Mayor actlaa to revoaing their H and their A eommHtee report a plaa The ordvr was aimed at ex hibitors ot ptosaras and Uvtag up to the It waaetatW by oaly grantedio whose ceaduebd who against fire and pledge themselves not places on Sundays ROUGH AN WYAGE CONSUMPTION HILLS HARfHSBURG LEPER n Mock Eipwshe PnWIe Passes to His Biwird The celebrated Howard one ot the finest American the usual lank 8lm ot the Street Steamship Pretoria Arrives at New York After Sevoi e New taken time to nuiKe iiei run OFF House Coats and Robes HESSE Pretoria ot the 1 line arrived witli Hi esl tries lecording Pftfe of the stovmiPot passages in trie The Pretoria was BO delaieil ihe heavy weather that hei coal supply ran abort I and she wan forced to put into St j to replenish it From the time the steamer left the channel she was beaten and tossed about by one gale after On 13 the Pretoria made only fortyone miles and only fiftytwo on the For three whole days the passengers were kept under When the coal supply threatened to fall the Pretoria put into where the were filled and a trash supply of including practically all the Chriatmas turkeys city was BANISHBO FOR IRREVERENCE Mock the taper who baa been the charge of the city since la dead at the municipal tu berculosis being the The man was a pronounced Ho came Trom Chinaand was found as acook in a He waa Isolated Mock never took kindly to Occidental and after months trial demanded hto own raw material up a stove tor him on in his own He need to eal four and five a day The coet of the main tenance which caused severaldebated In city councils was about 175 a Some months It went up to one occasion being WheVhe was told he could order some goods from a Chinatown house In one what he was ordering and the bill was Mock feasted for prasMtoat pealed by itomoodouj aad Colonel simtary at taking a sMmlag atroli near a poorly clad who evidently bad bora in euddenly Jumped upon the president from be hind and threw his arms aboat neck In an effort ta hto Ooionel Laaaon and Secretary Ra BMariou sprang to the asaiatanee of the dragged OR bis asallant and Mraag himover to two special detec who had been following party oa President cane brok esl In the but beyond a scratch on the ear he was not injured and in silted on continuing As a detective slipped the pn the man he cried I am I wanted to pull the presidents When at tha station house the assailant proved to be Jean a cafe twentyfour old and a native of Med als of General the former min ister of stamps bearing the head of the Duke of a card of mem bership In thetpatrie Francalse and other royalist documents were found oa his SILVERlJAilFERS TRADE Consular Show That Fluctu ation Causes business conditions In the Orient have been se riously embarrassed by in the price of silver and that fluctu rather than the mere deprecia tion in the value of the white have caused thto commercial dimculty to Shown by a large number ot special reports received by aa ttenal monetary These reports Indicate that in where the gold standard to the basis of there been no unset tled condition from that but In with silver deal ings with gold standard countries are Injuriously atected by chances ki the price of which profit ot a transaction largely dependent upon trend ot The pre vailing statement of the reports is that prices are largely regulated hy of Tulni Mi M HfflHWS FEET WITH Him Whleh ThSy H91W Wlaaftisma ItoM w vvfpv Wf to WWl HIM rsnWty foot with lighted MNPpsJuMl to open a to htoct aad turn over After tying their victim to Ms ot a sheet and placing i git li Me mouth tha 0 stealing a horse and baggy XJpen hattertug la tho front robbers placed aa unknown apon a heated stove Whleh the family ot aad tha haaenta t than operated to in a but While of the robbers was tortsas lag Sebsbow ps other kept him covered with 4j threatening to kill htoa U uttered a i v Tho first the Schabow family know at tha robbery waa to their room him a merry there aad upon entering m HUM 1 room oaed an they I on she floor aad feet tied aad a weotoa atnted la his tag eoaaoleusnoss heariag a ta wamt investigate eat waa ay two started who refused to hto whemaaa they hoaad aad gaggod J 60VERNOR ELECT MUST DEFEND TITLE PROBING THE PACKERS POVIIITV Practices Today New flght of Congressman George governor elect ot tor the later title began In here Ho te accused of violating the corrupt practices act of the formal charges of improper use of money In the rectut election having been made agalnat The aro brought by George Fox ot this Chief Justice Simeon Baldwin ap If You Want To Make Your Friends Happy Buy Them s A BOX OF 25 CIGARS For Leave Your Orders at the or at The BESSEMER V CIGAR 5 cent cigar sold in k 7 Mamhor of tMuaalan Duma aaya Dl plemoVy the debate of tho budget in tbeduma a Social re aarkad When an Armenian appealed o Christ for help during a massacre ot wae bea sUsaoad by Buaslan Thto remark eniatod a scene PrasMont Khomyakos auipended De uty Pokrovsky from three flocMl Damocrats left the chamber GUARD Poree Organised to Protect Now ehlrieee Regent and imperial edict TulTao and TnLang and hand Councillor TlekUang to form an imperial guard of picked men train the Mancbu for the ot Prince the regent ot Princes and KULang aad Grand Councillor TiehUaag wore re cently entrusted with the task of guarding the palace Aleading article in tho newspaper the arand advised tho ragoat to re main la tho palace to avoid tha dan geraot Christmas free ftamalm persons were found dead Ina residence pn Haatings 4 and hung with Christinas fas la aa ad Bennett to constitute election Stlloo atato of aad lucton forme of thto oltyare eouneel for Walter Fleming of Now of tho tow flrro of Oahoraa ft been retained aa senior eoaaaol by Fleailng aa Governor ot Now Tork la tho Insurance and gaa investlga Federal Grand Jury to Their addition to the pointed ReMason and inquiry in regard to snipping rates and possible rebates United States District Attorney Sims announces that the methods of the big vacklng firms would be gone Into thoroughly in the present federal grand Jury investiga agents of the interstate commerce commission as well se cret service operatives who work di rectly under the department of Justice are according to the district to give the results of their to grand These officials have been trying determine whether tacit between packers to fixing of priess aad the division ot territory tor dlstrihn ttoa have been Ineystematlo operation Thto to no mere Ashing District Attorney We know whatjre are gang al though ure not permitted hy the nature of the taaulry to state what It not merely starting a little la which packets or railroads are concerned la that an earth eeme InfonsaMoa whleh would of value to be used sa ajsnala for a new and more extensive London Unemployed Wees In dark Ingush Chrtotmsa was nuttbar of unemployed j ot This Is and at Glasgow and al aad other ahlpbulldlMr where many establishments ejosed aad of men A sasall bandof shabbily looking unemployed paraded the ahapplBg streets during the threading their way among W of motor cars and the crowds of sateteerattc Christmas shoppers police accompanied the marched in order to prevent Ito shouted in untoosi Wivai Small the Welsh who to auktehed to race Doraado at doteatod Bobert Hallaa ot Now Tork aad Itiohael Spring of Brooklya ta a tajMBlle relay race Bank Robbed of The First National bank of Cal waa robbed and a said to amove No crae to the roV have been they WfcWSjat More a thousand assemble on the Thames every midnight to get tickets tofaVj ration Army The s able to acoajamodato bat tho crowd and the many of them being obliged to the nights out of Tl pars daily record eases of to iBBprtoanawat tw Ing food who plead that they i Ing or have familtoa s waat to ganisattoaa for help awm merotts or urgent i Baskell haa word reenHi a notod that ready to aurreader aad ataasl upen oharges agalaat htoi to ttto If Governor Haskell Immunity against extradtttoat governor woali isak seat to snch aa TWO SKULLS FRACTURED Father and Daughter Fatally Injured In AutoTrolley collision a trolley car and an automo bile in the sunken roadway whieb crosses Central park at Eightysixth street George the aged li brarian of the American Geographical and his Miss Illone occupants ot the were fatally When father and daughter weie lifted from the ehat tered remnants of the which had crumpled up like a cardboard in the impact of the two they were removed to a hos whom It wailfcund that the aknll ot each was The hos pital out for their WlUianv saved himself hy was arrestod aa was James the Bilious Troubles Bile causes no end of Sick bilious attodkfc constipation and many distressing ailments arise from a excMf of or from obstruction of the bile sedentary nations and indiscretion in feeding and dnnkmgarebile blunders thrt need to be guarded When the liver U disordered the best Uto correctives are BEECHAMS PILLS because they relieve the overworked and gently stlmulati it is These pills control the flow of restore rti j and work for the immediate and lasting the bowels and Whenever a hpred yeUou or headache indicate bilwus USt Beodutns to correct the bile and f Regulate the Liver 4Atei iMiifwue SiaEr Wlf ill m   

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