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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                be at or j be garpoerof ex to iaach the miners and mln boaaaa to we apparatus f or B will Dec i jnutwMu ttt UwaM the ml North America to be AM White next by velitothetovwraer it aad to the proaxVer af MnTiC Yhay be rer aitaainatloa otam ftthe XkaaWatt lab DU MMI Aa la to with ta tMrlMaa at thi Mr will irai vMt toZar Uat wiM t earn ta WOLF IN CITY STREETS t wil be ready at a any dtoaater la their wilt be equipped with oxy whtoh will enable them to enter mine once it stations alao will be head ot the for the study the of coal In of Important before the fea ttU the intention have every ata tiony fitted up with an airtight room can The coal flstatot cMnpanlw to be inrltad to picked men to tbeee where they will toe trained by the gov eminent experts la tha Me of the oxy tea it not tne fvrpoaa of tovernment to general bnt ratherto demon thla apttaratMa uattl aach time aa the mtaeowners thoroughly timtoed rescue crews at An tka rescue stations ara to ba ataetad with tha mtoa ownera and state geotogloal Oftfltie CHlawi KIHe Antmal That ChaaM Him tray wolf gave Prank KeUTer an exeit ng minutes when It attacked htm near a tarnbar yard ItTtbe heart of the city aad chased him four blocks through tha streets to his entered house to time to the door in the Betxfng a rifle he put a bullet through Ha through a wolf la Oratwlid w Wee In Ante of Mew riding to his aatomobUe tnar Sprint Wram ot War a wealthy AM ot hwrt He waa toead on tte aaat of the whteh had run Into a ditch when hla nant twl Irem the tearing ortrentxteat 99 That ahoaM ana both jiyea ef an ufant totamed or awoSea or at any time wnhta two after It ahall daty of the midwife or or other peram tat the of each to report to within alt honra after the alacevery to the health oBcer er togally qnallled pracUUoaer of the CWNMAriONS MilST PAY AaMltar Oenenil Col lect Back Qeneral Young Intends to eaforce the payment ot taxes by every corporation In the state even If It neces sary to use the legal machinery of the state to collect The states fiscal oflcer been studying the situation LABOR UNIONS MAKE Zfttf for time and haa a where the Sateoeh IntommatloaorVwelUng or thousands of owed to the com ntonwealth have failed redaaaa That It shall be the duty health tauladiataly npoa reeelpt of aaM written to notify paranta or paraon hav That Wm the eye or tofant by reaaon of aald condition from neglect ot prener treatment of and he eaalt eaetoee to them dlree thfna tor the proper treatment Bvery health oaUer shall a eopyof Into act to each per ftwlah Wh0 wxen ta Wsateea said salHtaaai only BBtnajav ad thai trytot tarn tikMa to people by it to tneaxVta doctrtnee of af to known to him act aa midwife or to etty or town tar which each health ottoar U ap aad theaaeretary ef atate ae a anmher of thto act to be printed and i toauch health otieera the of wJMoh m WORLD STRL FoMvp Wilt to ot tne world did not come aa Lee Spaa a had bat the ntoueif utoap Beat AlWkmeriean xfaaUhv alKAtwrlchM baaebaU which ia tour at tha waa dafahtad by Ueu Johnsons plckad army by a 4 Tola to the only a faat of durlnt t ij uw pmpun nw L1 i GHIAK HOUSE WaClf AXaV Ul rtolisa aad Bpani Store Of Exclusive Styles OUR GREAT frr CLEARANCE SALE Of ReadyToWear Garments Commenced SB December 28 To the Ladies of Greenville our stock is com Come early and get the Our entire Block with but a few included m this ttai It la cautioned all jnat of hla sect to be watchfal aa MMlay Mtrelr would MO the end of Therefore a voxoen foUDWeradreaaed ta white Hilt cemetery to await The superintendent of the burying grottW other adheretato of Span dlmbed South where the prophet had promised to meet together they could oat J MM which pNdaotrve aaaattaa may attppirtfee on Section Any failure to comply with ef thla act ahall be pantohabto by ane not to exceed or imprisonment not to thirty or FOUlf ONE DEAD whtah KanO of the Via atata to alLaf tftmtolah M nwat timely la ft1 MBMUganijtiWcT Sjy tft IW port frem Mpaytfanto Sahool for the WadWifeaowe tint ta the peat atlM yeaaFxaora oaetblrd of peraena admitted to that laakt taUon thai to tkla theret I phenomenon did not Jwn herewith so delicate an organ eye to un skilled I have appended to the law instructions making If the duty of the heslui officer to urge those In BOTTLE BLOWS UP Several Fairmont Boys tut by Weunde Three and Kills full View ot scores of terrorstricken standers John age his her brother and the Utters and William and then therevolver to his own head sent a bultot Into his dying His three all severely wound will with the possible exception ot Kurts was in the Btormer shot to both legs and sustained a scalp Btormer aad his had bean sep arated for two and whoee home is In had been visiting The three walttot tor a car without a word of Btormer ap proached and opened with a bit automatic Pnntcatrtcken women screamed atnpefled by the suddenness ot the did not recover their self possession until all tour victims ot shooting were lying on the The injured were hurried to hos while dead body was taken to an Btormer returned Christmas morn ing from where he had spent several It is said that on reaching Tohnstown he made an In effectual effort to effect a recondite tion with his by which to make In gone will be A bureau to to created In his de partment for purpose and the au ditor general la a statement the proposed work ot collection states plainly that If companies fail to com ply with the law within the specified time he will not only require Interest payments but the Imposition of all Meetlnt Today ef the Geological elety ef America in whose business It to to learn the exact ot rtajiad to delve Into the proc of Its formation and growth here today to attend the twentyAnt annual meeting ot tun Geological Society ot Among the matters to be discussed at tha aeasloaa ot the society are the recent discovery to Europe of the so called oldest man and the interest ing in In the western part of that state many traces ot pre historic aad other beasts ot antiquity have been Bo Interesting are these finds to that the presi dent ot the Professor Samuel Calvin of devoted a large put of his opening addresses to tin rt Jiifi WrtfH Of KELP Central Federated Unlene New Yarn City Plan OemenetratIan ef Pratees In Which BMMO Man Bxaaeted era Declare They Ara Willing aw Jail Alant With MIMatl De i J charge to secure services of a phy When af the wirlleat poBsible moment MEN OF LEARNING DEET THIS WEEK SetoMB AsiNlitlORs Sewlonj CONTEST RESUMED and fer Serious Oacar age Ignited with tne discovery of tie disease clgaretstump a soda bottle filled with DkTe suggested a harmless rlpai mine powder he and several young to be used until such time as companions residing at a the physician could srrlva and Initiate were probably fatally the active treatment for which the four were seriously nitrate of silver or some other by being burnedand perforated withMlt will pobaMy be deemed most ef flying j I hope for your assist The Injured are Oscar John ance in out this plan for til Elmore Jennings mlnlshlnr ti fertile cause of misery 7O8 State Street Jesse Wilson and John A hurry call tor physicians and am bulances brought a halfdozen doctors from dressed the and removed the youthful suf terers to local Four Indiana Killed In and disability Instructions to Health The state department of health has sent to each of Its 7SO township nealth officers full Instructions as to their duty under the These instructions as follows i battle In order to carry out the between members ot two famtllea of the above tow it becomes your duty of tfavajo occurred aVtha to acquaint yonraeif t If You Want To Make Your Friends Happy Buy Them V A BOX OF 25 CIGARS For t i Leave Your Orders at tlie or at The BESSEMER v CIGAR 11 i the only cint Uniim j V WL r i rf e V UV4 cWnlocatadiat the mouth of McElmo and addreaaea of all mldwivea and ciTonnear and thirty1 nttnea raaldlnt or pcacttdng In your five miles nouthwaat Col dlatrtct and trf a copy of the law Two Indian womeuTa man and a to the hands of Inatmetlng her and a nun narlewily aa to tmmedtotely on receiving notifica tion fraas a midwife or nurse of the of a eaaa of red or swollea ta a young Infant yon will Inform the attaadlnt phyalclan af fact will place ta beads of the mid wife or nnraa accompanying In explaining that she to to allow them only until a nhyalclaa ar rtyea n of the If no physlcton haa been yon win nrge upon family tha neeeaatty for ebtaintat aa otherwise the ehlld may become permanently Here ta the prwicriptlcn given for treatiag ta newborn in fanta until physician To one plat of boiled water add two toaapooafule of boric acid aad half taaipoonful ot table and keep cov ered ta a Jar which haa been With a perfectly dean cloth or a wad of abaorbent cotton bathe the lids with hla notation aad drop a few drops In the eye three a State Health Commtaeloner Dlxoa requested thedepartments medical inspector in every county ia the state to aattsUthe In the discharge ot the duty assigned A letter baa also been written to the secretary of every borough and first townahlp board ot health In celling heir attention to the tow and urging that beta adopt aueh nMaauraa will land to Ita early ta the municipality the local Thf wording of Ohio Senatorial Again Oath on Scene of Theodore H Charles Taft and Senator Koraker arrived here today with other candidateu for Unitei States ready to begin the cam paign for election Burton main talned the optimism which has charac terlxed him since he eame to Colum a week He ia it is be opposed to the caucus plan1 proposed by Tafts although he has not made a definite statement relative to the Burtons frfcnds are seeking to gel members of the legislature to request senatorial candidates to appear be fore them and define attitude on public questions before the take a vote for Some of Burtons friends suggest that Instead Of a Republican caucus there be open voting In the legislature and as aooa as one Republican receives fortysix which is a majority ot the he shall have the entire Republican strength ot light and leading In all brunches of scientific members ot the American As aoclatlon For the Advancement of 8ci today their annua which will extend over severe The will be held at Johns Hopkins university and will be open to the will be filled with popular Instruction as well as scientific since a program ot In terest to the nonscientlflc visitor as well as to the savant has been pre smokers bave been ar lit addition to the stated pro Pieceding the regular meetings of association there have been gevera meetings to listen to the progress of scientific research dur ing the past year and to celebrate the New Wanntot nemenstration of meav next Sunday In protest atalnat Jatt aeatencee Imposed upon Samuel John Mitchell and Frank JMrThV Central Federated anpai ap pointed a committee of to arrangements aad adopted reeoUUOna ta ot which a copy The executive It had sent a telegram to every legal would be utilised to prevent their Hetman oral onaalser ot tha oatered Which denouncing the writ of na contrary to American It waa also decided tint action by any labor union looking to pardon the men sentenced should be dtoeoor federated union taklat poetttea that ao crime nad been mltted aad U would not proper to aaak SUPPOnfuMR CHIEFS PMIadeipMa Adept JaH N Central Labor union of thla which to oonv poaed from vartona trade adopted tat upon the decision of Jaattee Wright of tne supreme coart Dtotriot of Columbia ta Bttcka Stove aad Rama company raaotatlon The daatatoa Ot Jna tlce Wright more ranOnda the natoaa ot couatry that and ceaapaay to on the unfair and that atuak upon U centenary of the birth of Cliarles par wlni and the semlcentenary of the first publication of hia monumental The Origin of One of the speakers at the Darwin has been Professor EHward Poulton of InelBnd one of the worlds leading labor to but another step ta era movement aeataat tree free the rights of awembly and trial by jury that to now being by the ruling class of the union pledged its moral and cial support to the officers ot the Ameri lean Federation of Labor totheir fight for Some ot the delegates in their ad dresses declared that tbey were ready 0 go to Jail for the catae Vice1 President Mitchell and Secretary of the Federation It need POPE SEES VISION FALLS OM PICKET FENCE Warren Marchant Blinded by an Odd William merclwht ot this ia in the Emergency hospital from which he will undoubtedly emerge blind a result ofslippingon a nialaga grape dropped from a sack by a Sundav school scholar atone of the In falling be struck his face upon the sharp points of a railing surround ing a The sharp points ware Imbedded in Ills eyes and one of them was gouged Dalzell Indorses Congressman John Dalzell has announced his with drawal aa a candidate tor the United States senate to succeed Senator indorses George Oliver for the Joan ef Are Appears to Him While En gaged in Italia publishes a report which has caused a sensatiou in ecclesiastical that Joan Arc recently appeared In a vision to pope and addressed to him uoiemu ot exhorting hi holiness to continue his preaeot policy which She promised would shortly b crownedwith It was while the holy father wa plumed in devout prayer and medltu tion in his private oratory immediate ly after the ceremony ot reading the decree of beatification that the appa rition It was noticed that when the pope came out of the oratory he was very pale and during several dayaiuaintained a marked TROOPS TO LEAVE CUBA Four Tugmen Dec men comprising the crew of the tug Rhine were drowned when tug was broken in two toy striking the harbor EvaeuatloriWHI Begin on New Yeare Years day will witness the beginning ot the evac uation ot Cuba by the army ot pacifi which has been in possestiioii ot the islBfld since the beginning ot the provisional The first provisional regiment of numbering about which will be among the first to are BOW concentrating from various posts at Camp Columbia About naif regiment will sail from Havana pa 1 on the cruiser which arrived here Christmas eve bound tor Newport The Prairie will re turn about the middle ot the month the OFF TO LOOK AT CANAL OnltreMlenal InvaatlnaiamSalt day From teen members ot the house on interstate and foreign who are to Panama to investi gate the oanal from here today on the Panama Itoe Al They will reachT Colon on i and will spend four or five the The for tiwir return have not been but they will leave in time to be back la Washington on New Marathon Star looey of the Trinity Athletic club a newcomer in tabllshed a new worlds amateur nine record for the full Marathon tance of M 386 In a iraee from Ryeonthe8ound to Commhus Maloney ran away from a Said of 116 finishing In t 16 M16 far ahaad of all previous amateur t tarthquake Shakes Virginia dispatch from Virginia that region was shaken by the severest of a aeriea of many seismic that have been going on tor more than a The electric plant was put out of This plant ten miles from Virginia City and extent of the damage is 1 DYSPEPSIA to A Personal It we could talk to you personally nbout the great merit of Foleya Honey and for and lunt you never could induced to Coaatlno Collision IJatal to In a coasting accident William aga was his neck being Thomas age twenty fatally Tha ataarad by Rellly and Klein WellKnown i MDNXONB almost Immediately ou the Juices anil glvis tuu streugth almqrt ytnmf put wto U itrltnted slproacbii that by nhnlc and lulorlaua urgently all pfrumm sny ot the w DlsttMs jU TI Onlufi cauiiea Patal aattpia at BMlfetjK   

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