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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MARCH 2 CENTS PBR MISTAKE Report From Germany is That Hill Story is a Fake HILL STORY IS DENIED Strange Muddle Develops in Case of German March Lokal Au zelger prints a statement this morn evidently emanating from the foreign regarding the matter of David It denies the report cabled from Washington that a letter Is under way from the German gov ernment explaining Its attitude and concludes Germany IB by no means placed In a situation where explana tions are because no differ ences of opinion whatever In this question exist between Berlin and II Is superfluous to add that the assertion tlmt Hill has become persona non grain since his appointment Is pure The Gorman newspapers are be ginning lo ntliili Krtvier Impirtnncn to the printing OMSJ from New The end Lon don on fin Tim Koljilscho Zeltung also prints Insprod dis patch dlritily rteiiylrg ilial ilm gov ernment lias rnjtcid J Replying to Ihu iHsloti raised by certain which Intimated thnt OhurleuiiuiiH Tower wus trying 10 hold hfs place us American niiibas sailor mid remain Tower authorized the statement that It is his Inflexible determination to send his resignation to the president with in a few months and to ask to be al lowed to so that he may return to the United This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signmentJust THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE D1Q Wai Paper Cleaner Climax 1 for 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New Now is the Time AT G KAWERERS Bessemer 238 Main TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF March a wellknowu veterinary sur geon of was killed In a runa Match James a traveling man of Philadel became deranged at Bidwell and Jumped under a Hocking Valley train and was Instantly March oper ators and miners of the Central Penn sylvania bituminous coal met here and signed the old wage scale for one The meeting was harmo March Wylle who ended his life in Plttsburg by shooting was a resident of this He was a traveling sales man for a foundry He left a widow and three Smith was a sufferer from heart March Read Ing Railroad company has indefinitely suspended 300 men at Its car and loco motive shops It is expect will be laid The companys monthly payments here have dropped from to less than March son of the founder of the Brill car and vice presi dent of tho Is dead at his home Brill was president of the Nova Scotia Development com pany and was about sixty years March ette age shot him self through the with a revolver In his office in the Sayres He had been In poor health for some had just moved his goods Into a new storeroom and had prepared to open up for March burgs Charles Her is age Herbert had climbed the steeples of almost all of this citys churches and once re placed the flagstaff on the old capt He was born in France and had sailed as a sallorman on every going clear around the world He was a member of the crew of the ship which Is known in naval annals for the bar barity of its March sev enth district Democratic congressional convention Instructed its delegates to the Denver convention to vote for Bryan for president and Indorsed Judson Harmon of Cincinnati as Dem ocratic candidate for Duff of Madison county was named for congress against General Warren James Johnson and were named an national dele The convention recommended n state primary to determine a candi date for United States March a class of students at the Jefferson Med ical college the body of James the negro who attempted to de fend President McKInley when he was shot at was placed upon tlie dissecting Parker died nearly two weeks ago in the Philadelphia where he was a charity pa tient in the insane He had been removed to that municipal Institution several months ago after having been picked up by the As far as is ho had no frlende In this city and the body was turned over to the sUte anatomical In this way It came into possession of the college Pittsburg Reformer Gives Bail for Court on Charge of Con spiracy to Delraud IN STANDARD TRUST CASE Men Accused of Making False Repre sentations In Promoting Financial Institution That Was Never Insti tuted Given March Castle ot counsel treasurer president Arthur F Williams and directory all of Chicago Charles Hunter of this and Massin acting treasu rer and trust officer of the Standard Tltlo and Trust company of this which failed to open Its doors after organization following an Investigation by a bank examiner In March of last were held in ball each for trial on charges of conspiracy to defraud lit connection with their oper Hunter and Asplnwall were present at the It was stated that the company issued literature showing that hnd capital and surplus that the stock was not HHHOHsable and the capital full was also said the company owned its own Albert a bank testified that the bunk was not per mitted to open Its doors because It did not comply with the law In having paidin his examina tion showing that the concern had In actual cash Castle had protested that he was merely counsel for the company and knew little of its Coun sel for the receiver who brought the prosecution upset this contention by producing an agreement bearing CastHVs In which seven offi cials agreed to poll their interests to the amount of a major ity of the to control the opera Under this secret agreement the members of the syndicate were to vote according to theli holdings and be given the right to vote by telegraph when not present at meetings of the The charges arebased on complaints of who say I hoy paid about Into the con cern which never opened its Witnesses produced certificates of according to the prosecu were not recorded on the books of the when made an ef fort to prevent photographers from taking his picture and tried to seize one of the He was much dis tressed and sat with his head resting on his March Cap tain Joseph age Is dead at his home In West He was born In and resided in West Pittston since When the war broke out he enlisted in the Second Pennsylvania went to the front and re mained until the war March movement has been started by Greek Americans to raise a million dollars by popular subscription to have built in an American shipyard a battleship to be presented to the Greek Liberal contributions are being made by the thousands of Greeks In the up per Ohio valley and West LntleTSariy sure little liver Hrry PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Announce their Spring and Summer Opening Wednesday March 25th to 28th We should be delighted to have as many ladies of Greenville visit our store and see this exposition ol all that is latest in outer garments as There is nothing better in York or later SENATOR BOIES h 5 Abandon Hope After Fight Againat Fatal Disease March condi tion of United States Senator Pen rose is said to be very grave and but little hope Is given for his He has been unconscious during most of the His physicians have not given up They issued the fol lowing significant bulletin at 9 Senator Penroses condition has re mained critical and is somewhat more grave by reason of the extension of the erysipelas condition which was until last when there was renewed At 11 oclock the senator was uncon The erysipelas was fast spread Ing throughout his Impairing the He is suffering from fa cial erysipelas and uraemic This Is the tenth day of his serious Two policemen are stationed at the one on the Locust street front and the other on the Watts street No one Is allowed to ring the but all inquiries are referred to the sena tors office in the Arcade from which place the daily bulletins are made At the senators home are his Pen and his Charles His other who are out of the are expected to reach here in a day or Colonel Wesley secretary to the has been summoned from Reporters Badger the March the ar rival of the steamship Lusitanla here the Duke of the who was a was found In his stateroom He said to newspaper repre sentatives that he wished to be let Asked with reference to his re ported engagement to Miss he replied I dont wish to speak on that In reply lo a question as to whether or not It was true that he had actually admitted such an engage the duke simply repeated that he did not wish to speak on the sub and ended tho Interview by clos ing the Iowa Lines Up For Cedar liam Bryans friends controlled the Iowa Democratic state The platform adopted was a recast of the Nebraska including the in dorsement of Bryan for presidential Every mention of Bryans name was greeted with a storm of Remember the Place 7O8 State Favorable News of Governor March news from Governor Guilds bedside Is Frederick Winslow stated that the governors condition had improved GO ONLH1T WAI Democrats in House Will Support Some of President Roosevelts Recommendations WILLIAMS MAKES A STATEMENT Minority Leader Defines Attitude of His Party Toward Various Pro posed Measures and Finds Fault With Republicans for MAKE THE STOMACH Indigestion Can Never be Cured by Dont try to cure your stomach trouble by dieting and Make the organ If it cannot take care of the food you eat without complaints such as Indi and the feeling of fullness or make its muscles work by using Miona stomach tab These little taken with reg ularity for a few days will soon strengthen the muscles and walls of the stomach so that it will take pleas ure In working to digest the food you and there will be no further suf fering with The time to treat a disordered or weakened stomach is when you begin to suspect that you have for the suspicion will turn to certain ty very The the the coated tongue and heavy dull feeling after eating that come occasionally after you eat too much of something that does not agree with will show themselves atfer nearly every meal unless the is put to work with Try a BOcent box of Mlona on Griffins guarantee of money back If it does not do all that IB claimed for UNCLE JOE His State Endorses His Candidacy Not Stand Patters ative John Sharp Williams ot Mississ an leader of the minority In the house of last night Is sued to the press a written statement defining precisely the attitude of the Democratic parly In the house toward legislation urged by President Roose velt In his messages to congress at the present The statement de scribes what Republican legislation the Democrats will what they will oppose and what concessions they demand on the part of the majority as the price of refraining from an or ganized filibuster throughout the re muider of the Williams opens his statements by any Ing Some things In the presidents re cent message are so Immediately Im portant to the Interests of the entire country as to pass the bounds of par tisanship and to make It if not for me to say some thing concerning them with the view of assuring the president himself and reasonably Inclined Republican mem bers of the house and the country of the support and indorsement or the opposition of the Democratic minor in so far as the things urged by the president are good I would like the country to know that all he has to do Is to deliver 20 or 25 Re publican house votes in favor of the These conjoined with the solid Democratic votes will put them Where They Williams notes the following measures as the ones which will com mand virtually the solid Democratic vote within constitutional To compel publication of campaign Prohibition of child labor In the Dis trict of Columbia and the An employers liability drawn to conform to the recent decisions of the supreme Federal liability to government em A law to prohibit the Issuance of injunctions without notice to the party Removal of the tariff on wood pulp and printing Imposition of a federal charge for every water power right granted on a navigable The principles and measures urged by the president with which Wil as minority takes issue are enumerated as follows The penalizing of the The right of the attorney general to nominate receivers when a common carrier Is thrown into the hands of a The modification of the Sherman antitrust law so as to permit within limitation the maintenance of trusts and the making of trade agreements between combinations of The appointment of a commission to prepare data for a revision of the Has Doubts on One Williams frankly states that he does not know whether a majority of the minority favors the creation of a permanent waterways Williams agrees to the presi dents suggestion for a child labor law for the District of but j says congress has riot the constltu i tlonal authority to enact an efficient child labor law for the whose duty In the matter is Of the employers liability bill he There is no excuse for the delay on the part of the Republican mem bers of the house judiciary commit tee to report an employers liability Their delay at least If it does not a suspicion that they are having a lot of useless hearings simply for the purpose of using that bill as a buffer to prevent the serious consideration of other bills before the One of the most vigorous portions of Willlamss statement regards the After quoting the presi dents declaration that nothing should be done to legalize a blacklist or boy cott that would be Illegal at common Williams says Boycott and It Is a sad commentary upon this utterance of his that while the federal courts Inve held that a boycott la a combination in restraint of trade and therefore they have virtually ipheld the employer In his assertion of u right to blacklist because one fedeiHl court went so far as to say that because the employer hnd a right to discharge without giving any notice at therefore he hud n rliihl to KMIIVC man was IT of I I 01 It Is ijr MM mil vuiikboth Another decision of a federal decision by Judge Gould has gone so far as to say that a labor mans newspaper should not publish the name of a firm under the Dont A man has a right to patronize or not to patronize anybody according to his own sweet will and he therefore has the right to publish those whom he does not The presidents recommendation of a law to place wood pulp on the free with a corresponding reduction upon paper made from wood when they come from any country that does put an export duty upon muets with Willlamss ap proval except It does not go quite far Not only ought wood pulp bplaced upon the tree he but print paper ought to be placed there The publish ers will not be very much benefited by the placing of wood pulp upon the free if here be only a slight re duction of the duty upon print Although senators went to the capl tol expecting to devote their time to considering the currency their attention was diverted to the creden tials of Senator elect John Walter Smith of Maryland The result of a debate was the admission of Smith to his The currency bill was then taken up and amendments were More shafts of sarcasm and Invec tive were aimed at President Roose velt In the In one of the mosf scathing arraignments of a public offi cer ever heard In that Beall of Texas charged the president with having been guilty of a disgust ing usurpation of not only to ward the national legislature but the Judiciary as The agricultural ap propriation bill was considered for amendment and when it was laid aside for the day there had been stricken out the provision for new weather B tlons in the states of Missouri and Jack Jack Ketch has long been a synonym for the public executioner and Is de rived from Richard who for merly owned the Manor of now the ground upon which stands the marble arch and where the Bayswater and Edgware roads meet Here some few yards westward of the arch stood Tyburn and to It and to the tender mercies of its owner and presiding came the highwayman or the horse thief or the housebreaker In a tumbrel from CANNON AND REVISION Illinois Republicans Declare for Re duction of Tariff March licans of Illinois in state convention enthusiastically Indorsed Joseph Gi Cannon as candidate for the presi declared In favor of a revi sion of the tariff and elected the fol lowing four delegatesatlarge to the national convent Ion Senators Shelby Cullom and Albert Hop Governor Charles Deneen and Mayor Fred Busse of For the last two days It had been confidently asserted by various dele gates that the resoutlons would favor tariff adjustment Instead of rett It being the Idea that revi sion Is generally accepted as mean ing reduction and adjustment might mean the raising of some as well as the towering of But when Congressman Henry Boutell arrived from where he had consulted with Speaker CMWOH and other Republican the plank was made to read riviilon M March There will be no strike of the mine workers of Ohio on April 1 because the opera tors have not signed the but there will likely be a suspension of work for ten days or two weeks be cause the matter will be br that said Secretary Treasurer Savage of the United Mine March gale of which reached a velocity of fiftysix miles an swept over The temperature was 70 William sixty six years of was struck by a plank and fatally The high seas on Lake Erie set adrift a fishing boat with four Their lives are In March Mech lin of Great Belt came to Butler meet County Detective who had arrested Ira Crltchlowof GroVa City on a serious charger Atnoon justice went out to dinner and took the prisoner with Justice happened in and the two fell to talk Ing When the discussion got heated Crltchlow March Driving a horse and buggy at night overa rail road trestle 550 feet above the Goya hoga river was the feat of Edward Guerr ot this whose it if has been temporarily de He hired the rig at a Cuya boga Falls livery stable and in jour neying to Akron lost his way started over the The horse went over on a plank a foot wide aid the buggy bumped over the ade in New York O you want to see yourself dressed like a New Yorker Then come in and try on a Suit or Overcoat made for us by Alfred Benjamin They are the leading tailors of New York and we are the sole distributors of their product in this Abe Hesse 213 Main Street ;