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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - March 22, 1910, Wellsville, New York 22, AT ASSOUAN THE FIRST ANNIE Pound Croat Columbus mortal In Now York GRANO JURY tho tho a Said to Look Youngor Than Ho Did a Yoar lo to Prom Southampton Por New York on June 10. Upper March 21. The on which Colonel Roosevelt and the members of party are traveling reached Shallal early Sunday All those aboard were and by abont 8 o'clock Colonel was addressing a deputation of native who were introduced by the assistant director of the state With much vigor and Colonel Roosevelt to them what he had said to the Egyptian at warning thiem against mixing In after which the party aboard of a launch started for The submersion of the beau temple on the Island as the of the barrage of the Nile by IMn In Court Today wm Takon to to H la of 31/2 to Havo Kopt a of Moneys Paid and Also Ovor 10 Registry Por Mailed Money Hetty Green to Join Spendthrift March 21.With a dull the world has come to caused aesthetic I halt In its search for the the material advantages obtained thereby were weU dam was next Colonel Roosevelt was the hookworm and other diseases of A public demand has gone forth tbat the searchers after the anthrax bacillus or the ItB conception and pus bend all efforts Into poured Innumerable questions at Engineer McCorquodale who the and discussed the irrigation with keen Interest The party on the launch steam through the first cataract to where they landed arid took lunch at the Cataract Colonel Roosevelt met the first considerable number of his fellow citizens since he entered There was quite a crowd of American tourists to greet him and the lunchtime was very The Americans said that Colonel Roosevelt looked markedly younger than he did a year He has lost his wrinkles and his step was more was another river trip with gave the party an oppor to visit ionie of the rock which are numerous The heat was but Roose velt did not seem to launch steamed to Shallal after the tombs were Inspected and there party slept last starting for this Is the present intention of Col onel Roosevelt to sail from Southampton for New York on the steamer on lune 10. and Costra Rica to Be Referred to Chief Justice March 21. The standing boundary dispute between Panama and Rica Is now In a fair way to be The parties have signed a protocol Ing the arbitration of the question tr Melville W. chief of the supreme court of the The protocol was signed last week at Secretary of State Knox's by representatives of Panama and Costa boundary question has been pending since Colombia and Central America Independent ot when the lie of Panama seceded from Colombia Panama Inherited the greatest of all modem questions what's floating through tho air that is causing the men and women of millions to give them one was worried as long as Dr. or Mrs. Ruasell Sage gave away but now comes the statement yet for no one has seen the Hetty Green Is going to give away 1500,000 of her Mountfort forgetting for the moment his learned was heard to It to as he slammed the door of his apartments near tho the public prints are not Mrs. Green ill going to give away Just one of It's not to be In so the story In It's to he in the shape of property worth that sum and upon It Countess Annie Leary is to erect her memorial to Other folks are to help build the careful search of the property In New York city Is said to show that much blasting will be required to clear away the rind it is a well-known fact that Mrs. Green Is a large stockholder in the so after it's not a maybe It Is only shrewd ness oh the part of Mrs. there's something In tho and the cost of living takes a back seat In the news line when any one even dares suggest tbat Mrs. Green is about to Join the Rockefeller et al. spendthrift OPTION to Pais tho Legislature Says Assemblyman Holden of N. March 21.Assemblyman Holden of Tompkins dared that the city local option probably would pass the This is the measure which gives cities Hie right to vote whether they shall be or ' talking of the prohibition bills nnw before the legislature Mr. Mareb persons in councilmen and were by personal messengers from the of the attorney that they should stand ready to appear in court on Tuesday next to voluntarily confess their part In grafting and of Pittsburg councils in tho past few Those who will be to go Those will not appear will be Klein will appear In court to make a statement and at the same time a special grand Jury win be and last night Councilman who haA was looked in a room at the Pitt hotel under guard of two Klein will be hurried the hotel to court then to Riverside penitentiary begin his sentence of 314 which will It Is be cut to one because of Klein's turning In this connection U came out that the life of Captain Is In Two anonymous delivery letters reached the Fort Pitt hotel addressed to captors opened them and then telephoned for the Klein nas been kept In ig of the arrival of the letters as well as of their years there has been a that Councilman W. A. who was sent to Riverside for was given a great sum of money to and has verified Klein makes the following statement In regard to passed the hat for Martin and got him for keeping a stiff upper but I don't see any one now passing the hat for the little Is a captain and Is known as Little I even made Mayor the author of all Martin's contribute to that ' said with a gave me of to have provided for such an emergency as he Is now When he was made official collector of one branch of council and also agent he kept a regular set of books showing when and how mik h money was paid out to each councilman This has been turned over to the district as well as more than 100 reg receipts for mailed letters with Klein paid most of the councilmen by and he has the red cards to show that the letters were 1 reported that ten councilmen aie that they left Pittsburg early afternoon after it had become known that Klein had told Vaich 00m-mlttM of 19 1^0praentiIkC car mon only refused to tho Uv out for solo of union and tho exclusion of tho Keystone sent to Penrose for Tlw I rut to tho strikers for a voto this March Senator Boise broke tho strike last One by one he called before him the reluctant directors of the Philadelphia Rapid company and forced them to accept the terms that were outlined last Friday night by powerful financial brought his hand down on the big table in his office with a bang that shook the He said that he would break the Rapid Transit company into smash and scatter the pieces over the streets if they to hold out another even than hinted at a He dared the directors to risk action by the common and select Rapid Transit officials caved in. They agreed to everything that Senator Penrose guaranteeing terms that give the car men's union of they Even recognition of the Amalgamated through a grievance is included In the First of all the company agrees to take back all of the men on strike and to restore them to their old runs and their priority on the wage and promotion The pro Is made that If the company Is unable at once to restore all the old men to it ehali pay a day to all that are kept and that these shall receive their former Jobs within two status of the 173 motormen and conductors who were discharged for j down fares and for the good of the act which precipitated the negotiations between the two republics for the settlement of the boundary Gara Went Into and Baggageman March 2!. The Great Northern left the rails one west of at 6 3: last cars Into the the baggage and mail cars over turned and Immediately caught endangering baggagemen and who were St and Baggageman were Fourteen passengers were badly A relief train was rushed from said there be a hearing for the option March 30, while tho county option will be given a hearing probably In the first week of Mr. Holden declared there a of opinion of the city and that he thought H would ge through but he was not optimistic concerning the county option gave as his reason that the ohly thing In the which Induces the allied forces of Prohibition to ac cept It was the very thing that would defeat It in the namely rhe clause which would make a city or village permanently after it bad so voted giving the cold water in the sections that had gone opportunity to keep voting until they had accomplished their bat giving the other side no such be left to a board of arbitration of three company according to the deal with Its employes through a grievance committee of 19 one from each strikers won a point In the matter of Ry their old agreement they were to receive 23 cents an hour 1, They were 22 cents By the agreement forced by Senator Penrose they go back to work at 23 an boar they will be raised to 2314 rents on June 1 The new men taken on by the company and for whom may be found are to receive 22 cents an MEN SAVED FROM Is Son ot Vice-President ot tlie ot Ufe K is pretty and puts on a rapid which led to its Hut in age it la ugly and Its roots travel 1 great using up the the spoiling good lawns Md March 21.Through the bravery of Beaufort K. a hospital apprentice at the States naval hospital and Peter private of and the prompt action of members of the ma rine Francisco son of the vice president of the republic and a Manuel both of St. John's were saved from young men were In a paddling canoe and overturned at a of way sewers where they form a mat that clogs tho tile and renders the For latter reason most cities and and the authorities will not permit to be planted along and Elma on Booh 8l4o Will Roly in tho Effort to iW In tho 9t tho 100^ Words of 21.Reodtttlono for an Investigation of the of fM state win bo Introduced Hm This wW be on the disclosures made a Cow days ago by Superintendent this demand for a Investigation bo acceded to by tho a will be appointed which will conduct an tbo of the Armstrong probe into tbo Ufe insurance of the are several for of sorts now pending before the as sn Inquiry Into the meat For an Inquiry Into the stock of the an Inquiry luto the allegations of general legislative corruption made in the AI an luto the municipal court of the city of New an inquiry into the question of the existence of a insurance Tills latter has been put in both by Assemblyman Hoey of New York and by Hoey is a Democrat and Is a Tn view of the may be amended to take of the revelations and 1m now in the wayn and Summing for Senator Allds and Senator Conger are now the argument with which they will sum up their week and close the trial of Allds ou the bribery up will he a review of the words in the nix weeks through which the inquiry of the for the side com ted the writer the chief on w hich the will in ors to Ls us These are as Coiner s story of with imer ami that their up to to him the bridge ami story of the payment of to of of who said he brought the bribe fund from to Albany and delivered of It to Allds on April 1901. Including the its the York for each ami the 011 the of the National lo support the allega that the fund was drawn from Frank the in his his of lils with 11ml his Other nulla nf of AND Muf Her Will to flir Will tho Owen Soos In Its Remedy For March 21. Senator Robert L. Owen Oklahoma told at hall what the initiative and referendum tn his will do for the American people if its advocates can only get It The address was under the auspices of Felix Adler's Society for remedy for the political Ills of tbo nation Senator Owen lif the Initiative and referendum and be of as a state in this remedy has been Said long as machine make the nominations for both par ties patriotic citizens register their votes for such nominations in They have only a choice of The doctrine of Boss Tweed Jn New York might be expressed in these me select the I care not who Selection is more vital than the insurance companies and Marek enti 1 vw tor house There Is general theoi at Huit held within a few sod noi as members after their Cannon la for a better amons the tarn The era tkm Ol Speaker m to be eonc Ilia tory and app ing that no nominate a to the have assurances from many el tiM ents who served uon on the old Picking Up a a pin and pick it to get docked for being late at the arrested for blocking the Infected with the genia of and accused of being or at least of Uttle Simpis ' Hungry I'm bit bnt hope I haven't 1 forgot to that were the plan and feel so better for It Wo do it will bare the ef leet with from the held on the craft but who la very was not able to secure a hold and was barely able to keep above the He was Just Ht itre wan and Foy Jumped Into the water and swam ui rendered assistance they Kirwan a hoKI hy the hair and his head water until a be brought and both youths the greatest ever known to the en into to March 21.A trip from Chicago to the coast from New York for the is what Gleason expects to secure railroad Gleason to that could not be at once and the who manned the used planks In working out to the accident took place in a otary of the Severen river known as College ink k to tike of a In the mmth of Jane That to all a For Boston March are to be granted to the school teachers of The rite is to be one-third the Hilary at the time of retire The aee Is Others who are after 30 service are included In the or tlie nor palli i April thes of one of that the with to ti hv 111 li he 111 tlie the to 111 Up motive i present at tacik oil letter written In thai a after that Maik the Up March 30. Assemblyman ballot made on ami for March The I oil March It to be and the corporations raise on the Tie Hons of money to corruptly Influence attempt as yet 1 the when they use the together m tbo huge strength of authority its far-reaching power to affect I but it Is votes In an intensely commercial you may expect while machine will be OM methods that nominations in coast states cet both parties will be to the on the commercial and that such In choice to Do bow will corrupt and Haw ley of Oregon BMi later Influence those chosen to For the administer of control commercial ambition Townsend of by your government unUl you have mora taken your out of the of commercial conspiracy and | ig te tie out of the hands 6t purely not to ferae a the way to do Senator struggle in the Wtk Owen Is by the and country as one M tae tW He declared that this was on easy to get if the voters would in struggle on in regard to the committee NEGOTIATION With View of Tariff War With March 21.The threatened tariff war between this country and the Dominion tf Canada stepped one pace to the rear after President W. S. minister of finance nf the of and Charles M. commercial adviser of department of had conferred together for more than three hours in an attempt to find some solution of the problem which has vexed no was reached and while none was absolutely by the It was the general opinion that the of the president and Mr. Fielding had been Indicative of a which were practically at an end when Mr returned to from the have been resumed nnd effort will be made by President the state department It wRs Raul ials of tke Canadian to a bat tip over the schedules by Fven Victor to concede that make no attempt lo 4 on the new Democrats have funt agreed on the minority of four of the new M. predicted that the Champ Clark Representative Y 1 Ata and BSl Several of have been opposed to tbe Representative wW m one of the so-called 23 wl Jumped the fear m the supremacy of Cli non was threatened by a of Democrats tad of that to tie having a hy deposing i for ami Kit r N the about what had r ff. J i dt f Ti e nation mn h than It was Tafi tho this n' Mid Mr Mine in In 1 ranff today for hours was ' the remains of V n. Spinal spinal or U the most Ingenious engineering 1 ture ever It contains ' within Its center the spinal to which would produce in us immediate oc The separate boo es of column fitted and so nicely tbat there is no danger of besides being provided with it is elastic and An engineer not do better to study this for pointers in bridge and bouse It la tbo acme of of a to In M an h 21. Tie 11 ap h- a wiH i a h Ht I of 1;. rn c Ht aa and woi r on the moni j It Im will rover over an acre and win m ment New March 2?. the Detroit tw be a real prise receiving frei the former and has just Issued a to fight any hall hi tlw nf the IM for SO rounds and a tri frem
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