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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania VENIN MAY 2 CENTS PBft BTABLISHED this Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSOH FURNITURE Chester School Teachers Ride on the Street Cars and Strike Ensues THEIR RErVAUS DEMANDED Conciliate Angry Parents and Pupils by Promising Traction Company Object of Bitter Hatred by Importing THE JTORC flW B B jewelry Any Woman knows how essential Jewelry is to a fin ished Belt Brace Hat Combs and other articles for personal We select the prettiest and you in turn select thu prettiest from what we con sider choicest showing ever in the Belt Pins and Buckles Oxidized or Sterling Silver all new 25e to Exceptional showing Belt Rhine Stones are in par ticular favor specially Circle and Horse Shoe Pins ly cut stones set in Sterling BOGGS NORTH May 9 a manifes tation ot the bitterness with which many persons regard the Chester Traction company and the men who took the places of the motormen and conductors when they went on a strike several weeks this city witnessed a sympathetic strike on the part ot the pupils ot the Morton avenue school because two teachers rode on the trolley cars manned by strike Miss Anna for twenty years a teacher in the public rode from her home to the a distance of about two on Thurs day because it was and Miss Ann an made a similar Miss Anderson used the car because she Is suffering from When the pupils in the whose ages ranged from eight to fourteen learned that the teachers had ridden on the cars they refused to attend the sessions and marched to the office of Superintend ent urged OH by some ot their A detail of police was sent to the school to prevent trouble and as a climax to tbe incident mothers of the children went before the school board at Its meeting and demanded the removal of the The in dignant parents were finally appeased with the promise that the teachers would make an apology to the children on Monday and also make a public apology through the columns of the local To such extremes has tbe boycott against users ot the cars been carried that several business men have nearly been The trolleys run through the streets without any pas Admiral fcvans Unable to Participate In San May com bined Atlantic and Pacific fleets ofj armored torpedo boat destroyers and aggre gating In weight of displacement the enormous total of more than greatest assemblage of ar mor dads thus far to mark the prog ress of the American navy to second rank among the floating forces of the reviewed In San Fran cisco harbor by Secretary of the Navy The fortyfour vessels of the two fleets lay at anchor In four col and starting from the Oakland snore the on board the gun boat proceeded through the Rear Admiral who had hoped to end his active naval career by tlclpatlng In the days official cere was not permitted by his phy sician to go aboard the Rear Admiral Charles Thomas was again the senlof Admiral who returned to the fleet at SantaCruz the day before It sailed through the Golden has made his home on shore at the San Fran cisco hotel since the afternoon of the Todny Admiral Evans will re Inquish Admiral Thomas will transfer his hendnunrters from the Minnesota lo the Accompnnled by I and Admiral Evans will lenve today for his home In where he will await orders until the date of re tirement on his sixtysecond KAISERS PfcV IN DISGRACE Prince 2u Arrested at His May Philip Zu Eulenberg haa Hoen placed under ac tual The orpwo prosecutor took this the testimony given by two meji at the princes bod side to the that Prince Zu Eu lenterg had guilty of wrongful actions with twentyfive ago NEWS IN BRIEF I CTTCDC PAIICC LU I LHO bHUOL VJUJIMUMUUf v rf are tied up by the refusal ot the men to sign individual Senators Indignant at Commun McDonald office at the corner of Main and a17 Rescued From Imminent New May seventy two men who for more than twenty four hours had been facing In the raging sea near Fire Island have been rescued from the crumbling hulk of the big German ship Peter Rtck The rescue was effected after one of the most trying experiences the llfesavers on this exposed coast had ever been called upon to No less than a dozen times hope of sav ing the men on the doomed ship was all but and It was only the easing of the gale and terrific sea that made rescue Fortunate ly not a man was lost and it is be lieved not one of them suffered any permanent The great steel one of the finest sailing vessels that ever rode the Is a total McDonald BckleB coal office at thetiewplacer a7tt of hard and Prince Kit Eunborg was involved In the comt scandal in Berlin thai grew out of tHVfCharses troustu liy editor of Die lagt sirf At the secouil Harden trial declared that all the charges tiJiule by Harden were absolutely without After the conclusion Harden case the public proceedings against Zu Eulefberg and the arres1 is the p The prince taken Into custody at his castle tilt Llobenberg and brought in an afcbulance automobile forty miles to fhe Charity where he was detained pending a fur ther a charge of per jury made The princes arrest is taken tdjnean the Irretriev able ruin of thllfibrilliant who was at one tlmefft confidential friend of Emperor The prince had been nearer tofhls majesty during the greater part ft his retgn than any other German He might have been chancellor the empire If he had not responsibility In cident to this ThlsTie did possi bly because stories of secret miscon duct have lonffYDeen circulating against so finch so that he has lived on the brlntyof disclosure for the last ten gave up the position of Ofruian at Vienna In 1902 as was com monly gossiped the a group of his enemies him with er IV the first trouble in the openshop fight on the May John Ue residing near was burned to Her clpthing caught fire from a spark which fell from her May UMAHUIU than puU his tittle who at tempted to rescue into the water John age was drowned In Mahonlng May swarm ot beea settled on the great brass bell and crose of Marys Catholic attracted by the ringing ot the bells lu requiem for John May six teenyearold son of George Jackson residing near was killed by the accidental discharge ot a gun with which he was clubbing a May Nannie wife of Oscar is supposed to have committed suicide by drown Ing herself in Greenville Par of her clothing was found on the May plant o the Gem Clay Forming company a Sebrlng burned to the Th company made pottery specialties am employed seventyfive The los Is New May school to teach the childre Ideas of may be started here The teachers will act as cashiers and their accounts will be audited by the Sharon May age is He was In the foundry businessat West Middlesex COULDNT STAND GAFF icatioris Received From President Roosevelt HREE WERE THUS HONORED Smith and Stewart Receive Notice From Chief Executive That He Is ComnianderlnChlef of the United Army and May mem bers of the United States senate have received letters from President Roose velt within the last few days declaring his supremacy as commanderlnchlet in all matters referring to the control of the army nnd The letters have created Intense feeling In the and It is not unlikely that they will precipitate a conference of Re publican The letters In every case are in defense ot his course In discharging without honor the negro soldiers he believed to be guilty of shooting up the town ot and his action banishing Colonel William Stewart to an aban doned military post In a desert sec tion of The third letter came to Senator Stewart of A few days ago during the debate on the Brownsville YOUNGS THEATRE MAY Willard and McCarthy Presenting a Comedy Act Entitled The Wrong Wright Miss Lena Brown Singing and Dancing Lover Himself When Girl Returns May her sweet Garry age at the Brie where he was em pretty Lottie Warner returned her engagement ring and demanded that he retract certain statements he had Excusing the young man said he would return in a moment and Warner was accompanied hy three com pner vA observed a re volver in Hoovers hand as he reen tered and hastily pushed Miss Warner from the Hoover Ill tell Then he shot himself through the dying The young man had been insanely jealous of Miss Superintendent Young May ent Joseph Young ot the county in Injured In an explosion and fire which destroyed a portion of that died last His body was burned his right leg was shattered by jumping from a The loss is Several of the 200 inmates sustained slight The fire was caused by the explosion of a barrel of which Young was mixing near a After a temporary panic the Inmates organ ized a fire brigade and saved the LUUliUI Jr and served a term in the state legis About a year ago he removed to Sharon from May resisting arrent In an abandoned house until their ammunition was twenty Italian laborers were brought to the county jail charged with riot assault and battery and larceny May than fifty Macedonians brought to this state through promise of work were sent case Senator Stewart asked a question Indicating that he had doubt as to the wisdom of extending to the president the power of passing on the innocence or guilt of exsoldiers applying for re instatement in view ot tact thai It appeared the president still believes all of the negroes to have guilty of complicity In the The sena tor was surprised to receive from the president a letter hearing on both the Colonel Stewart and the Brownsville Attached to the communicatloi were letters to Senators Rayner and William Alden the one to Mr Rayner asserting chiefly the presi dents aa to deal with an officer in such manner as he while the one to Smith was confined to the Brownsville through promise 01 wuiiv was uuuuuuu LV away from Steelton In charge of imml1 ajjair and reiterated the presidents They will be re1 belief that he had dealt with the case v mi j Fresh Fish jj Yellow Perch Blue Pike 5 Lake Erie White Fish i BUTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET You Are Invited to Attend The Opening Of ZIMMERMANS New Store At the old Gibson stand Corner Main and Canal May 9th WestOt Arlington hotel Kwmedy8 Gram Syrup promptly yet gently on the through which Uf W ot tt oj jttirjr P airaj gratlon They will be re turned to their horns country at the expenseof ttie stei insWcbmianles which brought M y body of Clark son ot Postmaster Chase of this was found in the seven miles from Chase left here eight days ago for a days trout He became lost and perished in a snowstorm which swept over this section of the May A number of coal mines were closed owing to having been Hooded by which has fallen almost continually since 1 last In farm regions near 1 here many acres are under water liy the Shamokln creek overflowing itt i much damage being done to I May a meeting of the student body of Swarthmore college announcement was mnde by President Swain that on the recom mendation of the faculty committee on athletics It had been determined to abandon Intercollegiate football and basketball for a period of not less thau one May grand jury In the United States court returned an indictment against Ernest Bow former cashier of the Citizens National bank at and Joseph Landers and William Gi Wyman the latter two being lumber All are charged with misap propriation of May Represent atives of the Womens Christian Tem perance union petitioned Mayor Walk er to close all saloons when the North western Ohio oratorical contest meets here May Several thousand stu dents will be In The offl fflal referred the committee to each in dlvldial of the visit of Clarence Glbboney to State Treasurer John a report has reached this city from Har risburg that he is to be appointed special cousel for the state and auditor general to succeed ex State Treasurer Berrys Ho mer of May the John of is A hope less caused by too much lux ury made it necessary to chloroform In 1905 Benjamin Oil ley a wealthy resident died and his will set aside to care for Blackie and another Pin Via died two years The trustees employed Miss Ada Ruch at a salary Ot a month to look after them May rump convention will be held In the Seventl congressional district by the col ored The meeting called to fixing the date for the convention ailed to materialize last Th president of the Foraker club of thl which started the wa absent from the city and the vice pres ident did not tt was proposed to send a Foraker delegation to the Chicago aS conditions No Inquiry The president went further still In his letter to Senator Stewart In addi tion to repeating much that he said to the other He declared that Senator from the question he asked in the appeared to be proceeding under a misapprehension of the duties of the president of the United States In connection with the army and He quoted the law as he understood It and denied that he was under any obligation to give to the discharged negro soldiers or to Colonel Stewart any court of Inquiry Several paragraphs were devoted to a discussion of Colonel Stewarts case and the faults of his which have put him In disrepute In army After this discussion the president wrote that In every community there Is found maudlin sympathy with murderers and the Thaw case in New York Is cited him as an None of the senators who have re ceived the loiters from the white house have decided whethfir they will make them All have been asked to do Senator Smith of Mich igan declined on the ground that It would be and Senator the senate denouncing the acton of the president In banishing Colonel Stewart to Fort Situation Senator Stewart showed to of his colleagues the letter he thus far has made no dis position of Several senators flaljl that the letters would have the of complicating the situation In re gard to legislation In the Interest ot the Innocent members of the battalion of negroes discharged on account of the Brownsville There are two bills before the senate looking to that It Is believed that the Republican senators will hold a cau cus for the discussion of the entire Including the presidents let early next The officers and enlisted men ot the army won their fight for Increased pay when the house of representa tives agreed to the conference report on the army appropriation An appropriation of watt made for the ot which will go to the enlisted Nine hundred and fortytwo officers on the retired Hat also will benefit by the But little progress was made In the senate on the agricultural appropria tion the session being devoted to a discussion of the principle of forest reserves and the administration ot that Senator Teller concluded his remarks In opposition to a lump sum appropriation of for the further development of the forest re serve Senator Nelson of Min nesota and Senator DolHver of Iowa spoke In support ot the reserve Senator chairman of the committee on called the attention ot the senate to a deadlock among conferees on the pension ap propriation bill on the senate amend ment requiring a continuance of the present system of having the pension fund disbursed through eighteen pen agents located throughout tbe country instead of through a single agent In this city Many senators ex the desire thKt the conferees should insist on the senate A resolution was Introduced by Sen ator Burkett of naming May 10 as mothers day and suggesting that all senators and officials and em ployes of the senate should wear white flower In honor of their mothers on that ner is preparing to use the letter to him In a speech which he will make to Replying to a resolution of the sen adopted at the instance of the Interstate commerce com mission states that there is no official Information in its possession concern Ing violation by interstate railroads ot the socalled commodity clause of the Hepburn rate law and the commis sion has no knowledge whatever of any agreement or understanding tween railroad companies and the au thorities charged with the duty of en forcing the law whereby companies affected by the commodity clause are to be given Immunity from punishment for Its The mission that congress enact a law extending the op eration of the commodity clause of the Hepburn act in the interest of fair ness to the so that suffi cient iime may be had to test In the courts the validity of the The law provides that railroad coal holdings shall be disposed of by the first of The railroads de clined for the most part to comply with the maintaining that It was unconstitutional McDonald and tnelr office at the corner of Main and Where the finest or puddings are required l is Powder Not only for rich or fine food or for special times or Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of everyday for all occa ft makes the food inore nutritious and ;