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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                US f i IfittM at MS4 Srt to and TMalWava uitj Tfr V L IvVNI w INW Wins Drift IM Rill aal comprising department which tha south of or The havt devastat tha Mt almost fee Tr waa parOaliy waa kntJinis oT hflu s have fata Jiator Owiair to ftct that ItiiMe and aotamnatca oti contHWUlr It to Impossible to obtain 1 Maw SMfajp1 rtoni iMtat As jsatoh ttnttt tint tttnWUa and affar Hfinwaslty of tae with announce fttwt that oaputa MMilaMll ot local station ot torpado was dtjlr dsbrU after with other wrfornMII IB to Itahan BnhBSrtiii BBS A anrBBti points greatest troops and ttWthtrt Of the Mad to vaHott pMeil BM i ot ttttiiat hat tutertd nMhahiy nSore than any other tha IBformatlOB ecJatas rwtly from thatquarter stating that 4hM aa4 tkovaaad ptraoat ant Moate which IB that 1 to Catania loaded with In who so by terror tntt i what had simply saying that ft Mokld though end ofthe worll Mai steamers left Catania for Messina to attltt In re moving Injured from hat who to nuakber thou At Catania panlestrtetflB IMUfnt to Aeli and on which and surrounding tidal snnk MO tsJnfi ant tti fcrMt dmmagt aad ta eluding Austrian steamer Hit only Cntanla saffer from tha of a tidal W B aim liar body of watar laUndatad ththand atflttjtt ot wUNBi vafil covering with a thick layer rtHShtt in difllcult succoring ot the wounded of regions witkia tf4k I graat and destruction to Bad property terrible than Italy sapstlsuBtt M stMur The of tttnaaoa many thouaaBdt hat aM Italians with tor still Itar that day may come that which to 1BHji tsia Messsd by will by tha blind torott of ttat which Marly nineteen Dtttarles ago overwhelmed Pompeii i Than Alt reports show that present catastrophe embraces a larger area r than oarthquake in The tidal which followed the earth shocks on the eastern coast of Sicily sunk the lower part j of 1 U known that a number of people i hilled at that but the rush tag carried everything before L JIMm and caused such an Indescribable that It will be impossible to estimate the damage v period town of Messina whole of Reggio Isolated through in s twmpttanl to the telegraph and tele and that obstructed Absolutely nothing has tram while the tram Messina In form ota 1 ta Botat MC V kMtWof f npfrt M HHXJ liWvtttBBWttwf l J sttttet itiafV tttMl tioara IB MMtkpUtlifcf IhUr the 4Mtto br ira 4hfc Wtfii they aa ofnitav Nt OB Mati instant aid 5w TBMH BlMi plate of W nry natKM dial the and thrtiafB the small opening tatta wU th Ho the It la reported that of Faro and ad Stic Bate the an acfta rated by through tha Saases waloh aWtai opon IB Calabria tha region around Mon tat mott lahabt tints of which waa prac tically persons many bishop of wSo hlmttU ta the work Into where the ruin waa greatest and brought kid and en couragement to Thousands of people abandoned theli although a terrlflo rainstorm filled the atr with la mentations and In some such as Santa and the 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appearing at tha j the tMtltor la dtr of New fork Barry one of the best Quarter tWt country ever west ern who is considered by author ities as one of the fastest spMatera at and 220 la UK BMalmum at Mt tar MM It to ttr ID tk4 art tkani trtaff a TMy the Writ tBtaHN I p tram thistles or grapes froti Aad yet thaHs the wop of flgai aM DaMIl wd will want c Ml to go to the country New BttiBn HMt sale of and atasana AnMrtesA age Luthtr age It ill MM that the boys wera ea ta tnowballlng a freight train aad did not appraaehlng Ball Judge Mart has refused application for hall of Colonel Duncan Cooper and John charged with Of former States Senator Carmack In this cHy f rua SHOW GIVEN IYAN6RYELEPHANT NHUnfll IWIw WM Qmi Wwt i W Suitsn ami Tan itlti i w OWs tf WVt Sght tar MHat a short BWtfe of the the SUCCMOT ot Senatdr rorakw bat ht a pasamgar traia on the North amnmed ah activity that a They re week strenuous smrtiovs by the to tholr homes after a day several candidates and their All sorts of rumors flyla but the real according to biased Is that senator ship up In the atr at much last with both the acknowledged landing congressman Bur ton of Cleveland and Editor f brothwof unable ta secure month to tanj the BntMHi following areclatm Ing on Joint rilhetyone Republican votea la the Burton leaders reiterate their claims that they twentyseven votes pledged for their man and they say that they know of eight more votes certain to him In a caucus Is Tafl Ire giving no mft some ot thetb admit that the etMtlon depends npon about unpledged votes of mem of lotltlatnre who tar retuMd to their position at to Representative Riddle of who hat declared for says that the wool of Mt district will is a body this ACCUSED ME Hv ilttBMy OffiaMla UMtr ftPM M tMMkfcHI Mttfr Thai Chairman tranv wktek Jted Croat ta plaa nlag to this It Is shipped from nrtattag at Bhta M variant BtMlont at oowntry Ow to lact that win it la BttaVoalt ta BHSOB will of eicltlng ele tkaat la wklok a twelveyoaroH Afrleaa paehrderm belonglag to Lttha Park Amusemettt company nearj Neighbers Oavning Old park ami can m and gotten of 1 Uut la company a nagro from her quarters aa4 with at her heels oMded to demolish board buildings of the retort attar I rtatffty breaking Into dtnce had robbed sad killed throwing tha body into a Walt has located and idtf blkg If the body Is found the wkoeokfittsd and who the of his latto Mat to a tat elsohsnt fofe rail H la ktitf that yar la atatta thja Aruatt WIM to ttaaslt de signs for stamp to jwlt ant Already offers ktam made ky am of to coapettttott The plan now favored la to adopt a new stamp for each year and aopt a new samp or eac year an pAtlbly to have the name of W overprinted upon mile The will run the last few miles Inside VA UMK Exposition rink In order that the SDMEll I V Til HK ATH tators may witness the IHLLV I V Illw I II SIXSTARS SUSPENDED Charges of Professionalism Against New York New a meeting of the registration of the Amateur Athletic union six prominent athletes ware They Mslvin Charles Harry Porter and George Bon taag of the Athletic New York Athletic and formerly ot the AH UC loose antVrteat Sinn spinning British sUstmr aad tha Brit twJtwty ftwt away a heavy uh bark Ivaraa collision of katvhlag him f he down made for prostrate trlth tke of her nrst BUB aadwould have trampled him all of craw East but for Ills pvmpt by a Buabtr of his who blip up and removed him to Sinn is not thought to dan gtrously BUT SAVES CHILDREN Fitters Back and ley Wtan Strath Fallen Dec William a who came here a month ago from Cleveland with his was probably fatallj Boston Athletic but now trying to save his two chlldien from a In a rooming Tbelr The charge against the maa was proescape from third floor was cut oft f allegations being that hy they accepted or asked for wrorbltantf took nineyearold Edith on expanse I hit back and twoyearold John under Sheppsrd and two M SM1 arm and lowered himself from peaded together with Martin out of the Sheridan of the IrlshAmericsn for several minutes thirty feet Istlc Athletic are In Plttsburgj from buthis strength gave in charge of Trainer out a ladder could reach him to take part In an athletic bat the Mtioa of the will art vent the appearance of and and ke fell with two MflKays back and both lags were Edith and John were compara tlvMy McKay Jumped frtin the window and raqelved a CAPITOL TRIAL OATEO Can 9 Judge in the Dauphin county court haa flsed April 5 at the data upon which the third of the series of rials growing out of the scandal surround ing the contracts for the capltol fur nishings will be The case to be tried is one which charges conspiracy to defraud the state of in a bill for for desks Ohio Veteran Dead at An who was elected to congress by Democrats of Third Ohio dis trict in la at his In He had batt resident man ager of central branch homf twentyyears or more and waa a leading of the bar up to two years when bis health failed and his mind gave Om BOiBr tgAw tajr eatal by Hajal Whh aa whMk tttgtjwttoa of sMUBticnBl graft walBtthif by their colleagues to tht ooHndlmnn sedately by upper The accused contnioa eoaacit Winfarn awMC pMtldMt Hugh Mcoh and H Che altth against Whom charges of nwn waa only MB AMI aot show up a UOB deelnriag that until esomraiMI trial declined to aay patt ta thf business of President William Brand rafaanj j oocnpy the In to W a alt hit tMit Jacob driaaOeally dtetarfBt Itt At L VSJBJBBJSB WfA sjajwInllHiJ W Ml Hi mm ttnM tit toiBMrtniiu aa Bmnd aad etwwd which rattn BM condnmi wat a rooaa of applause from IhaV Mhtr eipresslons which ttood pit for afi Ikjlr under The wMfht of C cbargis of eWnptioa BM fratt Chicago Grain Market weather in Argentina and a decrease in worlds shipments wheat for the week had a strengthening effect oh the The defendants in this it wheat final quotations being t would be John San contractor architect former State Treasurer former Auditor General and M former superintendent of grounds ani buildings With the exception of Huston these defendants have been convicted and sentencedfor defrauding the state In a furniture bin are out on ball pending an appeal tj superior shade lower to H cent higher com pared with the previous Corn and oats closed steady and provisions firm December optlont closed 103 BTj Ply A quadrangular which opent or closet at a door to which It It at tacked at top is opened or bjfa said to and othar insects from a seemed to vanlsk front ot afefeaed would have done in neat place session of tke Acting under ad of tfttar all ot the accused prea took tome part In the of Ferguson and Introduced bills on the roll but declined to vote on measures which up for as did President Wat son and Klein voted on all and Wasson took a lively part In several debates and appointed the subcommit tee on j i Watt VirginiaMrtly day and with Westsm cloudy en Tuesday rain er Ohio Main Tutaday probably PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SAtF Of RadyToWear Garments Commenced December 28 x of Greenville our stock it eon early and gat the Our entire BUB sale fine trimmings Tomorrow fine Trimmings rill be the center of Complete clearance of all soiled or odd fine Dress and every kind of Dress Trimming that 1908 Fashion has Prices Half and Much Less Than and the twq prices of greatest 50c lot comprises to 30 to Such a sweep out of fine Press Trimmings seldom All own HISTORIANS MEET TODAY AlMNal AnwHean Hit toHoal Ataaelatlen In la talk a and around which so much Ameri can blstorf has been the mem American Historical saso clatloo assembled ttoday for their an nual Various papers of in ter students ot American history wllUM read at the The object of the association Is the promotion rot historical The president of the association Is professor of history In YaU Plttsburg 2 yellow 1 »13.50@14.00. Ohio full 88 J4 V Repelpts 75 cart markat ae and inlcai 16 to etntt M Udr common to goad fa Itood fresh cows aai coaimoa 0 fair flheep akd raarkrt I Keep the DiseaseWolves I From the Door Every man and woman should repel diseuewolves which are no respecters of persons and may attack at any What are these diseasewolves They are nervous sleeplessness and other little at first so trivial as to appear almost harm Disperse them and drive them from your door with BEECHAMS PILLS before they grow There is poison in their fangs that will harm the whole body unless you rid yourself of them at When your digestion is when die bowels do not act the head is the sleep the liver out of is at the v Be wisein Tike Beecbune Pills alone tod will keep the and I   

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