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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MAY 2 CENTS This Is the Time of Year Everybody lilt Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Every Year Built More Convenient THE QIBSOM FURNITURE THE PQ Republican Leaders Hope to Put Vreeland Bill Through the House 4 May E B may sale corset to Twelve specially good styles low full French lace or embroidery Good quality Cambric French neatly Fifteen Special lot elaborately trimd or embroidery Corset Six Eight Twelve Fifteen Six Eight Extra size Corset tight trimd with embroidery or 50c to Full French extra prettily lace or embroidery fancy to Three Ten Twelve styles elaborately made of fine Ten Five choice BOGG1 BUHL NORTH PA mm TS DEFEAT EASILY POSSIBLE TwentyNine Insurgent Together With Solid Democratic Would Defeat the Fowler of New Jersey Heads May whip and spur the Republican leaders in he house expect to put through the Vreeland currency bill They expect to do it in the face of a prac Ically solid Democratic opposition and despite the Republican vhose leaders are Representatives owler of New chairman of he banking and currency couimiUeo Prince ot Illinois and Hayes of Cali Presuming that every member of the house will be In his seat nnd that all of the Democrats will vote against twentynine contrary Republican votes will defeat the So the situa lon as It now Is falls these ines Watson of as whip ot his has pledged every Re publican to be In his seat next Thurs Last evening the insurgent lead ers claimed that their total strength was requisite twenty nine and seven to spare and that the prospects are bright for holding these Ihree dozen firmly An In formal cloakroom called by Minority Leader devel oped an apparently solid Democratic vote against the The Republican organization leaders made this state ment immediately after recess of the bouse It looks very good for the Vree land The Insurgent claims are There is excellent rea son to believe that the bill will go through ou The decision of the Democrats to present a united front will simply serve to arouse party spirit among the majority and strength en rather than weaken our Though the rules to whom was referred by the conference the Vreeland has reached no final decision as to the mode of it is pretty well agreed that the propo sition to bring before the house the Aldrlch the banking and currency committee 1ms strike out all of It after the enacting clause and Insert in lieu the sections of the Vreelnnd bill will bo rejected by the and that instead the committee will report out the Vreeland bill with parliamentary pro vision for Its passage under suspen sion of the rules after four hours of hours on each Hughes Wouldnt Have Second New May Hughes will not accept the nomina tion for the vice This an nouncement is made In a letter from the governor to General Stewart L in his letter the governoi says For reasons which are control ling and which leave no room for dls and though I would be deeplj sensible of the honor thereby con I should not be able to accept and would not in any contingency ac cept a nomination for the vice presi dency and even were I elected I could not servo SIGHT BEFORE DEATH Old Veterans Eyes Restored Just Be fore His Peaceful May can soe Father In I thank cry startled the nurses of the infirm ary at the Masonic It came from Hezeklah age who for five years had been totally blind and had been an Inmate of the Masonic home since last Sitting up In his narrow hospital the old with an awed described with gloating delight the various arti cles in the And Gods blue sky over It Is good it is The doctors pronounced his sight and for two hours he aat up reading the papers with a zest horn of five years of darkness and watched with unfailing delight and interest the passing of tho clouds across the sky outside the Then suddenly he turned to the nurse and said quietly Im very Hardly had the words left his lips when he slipped back upon the pillows and before the nurse could reach his side he was Two reasons are given for his one that the shock of his regained sight caused hoart failure and the other that the power to see was mere ly the final rally of a dying Tonopah Rises From May fire which broke out In this city raged for fully two hours before tho flames were One entire block of twenty eight business houses and six resi dences were At a meeting of citizens was raised to cart away the debris and three hours later 50 teams and 150 men were at One building is already rebuilt and will be tenanted by a firm In the Loss will reach fully Night Riders Are May havp come to the conclusion that sympa thizers with the Kentucky night rid ers caused the destruction by flre of the large tobacco house owned by Leo Flick near this TRISTATEJ1EW3 IN BfilEF May exsheriff of Westmoreland county and for years leader In count Republican Is dead May hunt ing crows Bmmit Adunsn of Doom field dropped mid re ceiveil the chaise in ilghu Ho may May jury In tha case of on for the roblsery of returned a May biennial national Brotherhood of men of Atnarlca opened hero more than 200 delesates RAYNER DEFENDS STEWART Indulges In Sarcasm at Expense President May by a vote of 13G to agreed to the conference report on the naval appro priation The Insertion of a now provision relating to Increase In pay for officers and men of the marine corps and navy drew forth a good deal of criticism on the who were charged with having taken liber ties and with having violated the trust reposed In them by the As the conferees reached a complete agreement the bill now goes to the Considerable interest was manifested on the floor in the an nouncement that the currency bill would be considered and disposed of May than 400 The senate passed the postofflce ap dologates are here attending the prOprlatlon carrying amounts ag ventlon of the state circle of the gregatlng The bill allows Protected Homo all the 200 1 a day expenses for railway postal clerks when away from Which will incur a total expense of lodges of the state being May resolution condemning large hats was passed by the Akron Evangelical The resolution requests that all large hats be removed during church May Thomas Richardson saw her luis chlna band talking to another woman she went home and bidding her five chil dren drank carbolic She cannot New May A stranger engaged board at the home of Sarah Labender of Mahoningtown and after thus gaining access to the house stole a 75 watch and in He has not been May The Attica Sav ings and Trust a bank estab lished at Attica six months ago and capitalized at has assigned to about Amendments adopted by tho senate provide for weighing the mails annually Instead of every tout years and add to it the Galllnger pro vision concerning the Improvement of ice to the Australia and South Joseph Stern of liabilities not MEN OF EARLIER Were They tho Mental Peers of the Men of Today The general Idea that our enormous advances In science and command over nature serve us demonstrations of out mental superiority to thu men of ear lier ages is totally The evidence of history and of the earliest monuments alike goes to Indicate that our intellectual nnd moral nature has not advanced in any perceptible In the second we Hud that the supposed great mental Inferiority of savages Is equally The more they are sympathetically studied the more they are found to resemble ourselves In their inherent intellectual Even the so long despised Australian almost the lowest In material yet show by their complex their social regulations and often by an Innate nobility of char acter indications of a very similar in ner nature to our If they pos sess fewer philosophers and they are also free from so largo a proportion of unbalanced und we On the other wo find In the higher Pa cific types men though savages as regards material are yet May The body of Ernest a age with a bullet hole in his head and a revolver was found under a pile of rails in the woods on the farm ot Edward Keeper disappeared one month He was despondent over May John age living apart from his seven teenyearold broke Into her bed room and shot Inflicting a fatal and blew dut his The couple had not been living together for some the wife residing with her Laughead and his wife were married two years East May Dyna mite is to be freely used In the Ohio rrver between this city and Wheeling American Senator Rayner spoke on his resolu tion directing the president to appoint a court of inquiry Into charges against Colonel William Stewart of the now stationed at Fort Rayner read a letter from the president giving reasons for the action that had been taken against Colonel which the senator declared to be The In his said Colonel Stewart was impossible as a commanding mistreating privates under quar reling with being contentious and declar ing that charges had never been fur nished to the army said the punishment which the president was Beting out to him was unparalleled and In defiance of He gave notice that he would call the resolution up for action by the senate He reviewed the career of Colonel Stewart and pictured the loneliness of Fort which he said was his place of He read the order by which Colonel Stewart was given twentyfour hours to retire from the army before his assignment to Fwt Saying a communication had been sent to Colonel Stewart Informing him that improvements would be made in the sanitary conditions of Fort Grant if he Rayner added The same sort of passed to EXPLOSION KILLS SEVEN While Fighting Fire Underground They Meet Their May the Mount Lookout colliery operated by the Temple Coal and Iron company at an explosion of gas killing fl re miners aud la It is said a miner named John Koa mlth left a small gas feeder burn In the extreme end of a feet away from the shaft and GOO feet under the ground all which set flre to the Umbers and When the flre boss started to make his rounds he reported the flre and with three men tried to subdue the Shortly afterward there wns a slight burning four but not They then came out of the mine and the Inside foreman sum moned a sang of men and went In to put out the They worked all day around the Ilamos In order to shut them off and stop them from spread They then let air In from an other gangway to allow tlte gas to es cape and while doing so a second ex plosion took Seven all miners and were instantly killed and ten others The killed are Pascal age twenty married Frank age Michael age twen Oscar West age with George age mar ried with Lewis agethlrty Joseph aga OLD SHIPMATES COLLIDE Admiral Evans and Former Seaman Meet at May Rear Admiral Evanss the wait ed at the Southern Pacific station more than Reno persons stood at the platform and cheered the He acknowledged the greeting by rais ing the curtain and bowing his Martin who was with him twentyone years ago on the was what you doing lere said Admiral Evans when the sailor approached Then ttiey talked of old to gether on the old the Chilean incident and rheumatism which afflict ed Time makes great said Admiral Evans as the train pulled m S3 I I Jury in Second Capiiol Conspir acy Case Is Readily Secured SCARLET OPENS CASE TODAY an effort to recover the bodies 1 think III ttll CllWI L I r of the men who were drowned here j The charges against Colonel last A popular subscription said Rayner are Is being raised to pay the expenses and petty and do not in the slightest Captain John Snyder of the Salvation degree relied ou his character as a i U0nor as a citizen or his army Is in command of the May j Heath whose resignation as professor of philosophy at the Univer courage as a One of them is that he had temperamental infirmi The president has come to the sity of Cincinnati has been demanded art a mau Dy President Dabney because of Pro wnnta to have his own said amid general Thackerays Pink Thackeray was fond of putting pink bonnets ou such Of his lady character us were to be specially fascinating The eternal Becky wore th mushy Amelia wore one on her wed ding tour very probably on her sec out one and the dashing Beatrix also set off her this Rayner fessor Bawdons private views on mar riage and is at his colonel he his own nis t iripnK nhniit his duly and did not pro He will not be suspended at May the circuit court the jury in the Black Hand case returned a verdict of guilty pose to be interfered with in the per formance of his j lie has continued Ray i nar with sarcasm that called forth to bo physically in against the three Tony Men peals of the tem ui morally our enuils It Gaetano Sollfano and Nicola Tor perameut of the prasldeutthat fine 0 Judge Mason withholds sentence j Bytein of adjustment that always sug gests calmness and modera He thinks Colonel Stewart should not our have no proof whatever that even the men of tho Htunc age were mentally or morally inferior to Hussel Wallace in Fortnightly Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BUTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE Kuntze McCoy FISH MARKET West Ot Arlington Hotel Cough Syrup promptly yet gently on the through which the cold forced out ot the and the MOM time It alltyi Inflammation Are You Troubled Those who suffer with distress after loss of bil and other derangements of the digestive organs should use the best means to get the stomach well and Probably no other remedy will restore you to health so surely and so naturally as BEECHAMS FILLS Beechams Pills immediately relieve acute and are coiallv beneficial in chronic cases of indigestion and stomach They gently stimulate tho digestive organs and have a wholesome effect upon the liver and cleansing and toning the entire di eestive tract Beechams Pills relieve the weakened establish healthy improve the general create appetite and Strengthen the Digestion In with full 2Sc for a few Menduro was beaten up in jail by his two compan who claimed that he had peached on May a as the has done on similar It is known that meeting the president never indulges in fore waltereal aspect of mle evenliiK dress is to be commend But as a general he white evening waistcoat cauuot be ffectlvely woru much after the age of It is well diminishes the but white ndoubtedly Increases I see men whom I have hitherto considered to be llm appear lu white evening waist oats and look absolutely lOndon of the Lake Carriers association here the time for the opening of navigation Ible and vehement expressions either in oral or iu written YOUNGS THEATRE MAY Nero and the Burning of Rome A great picture that Will interest All Lovers of good music will enjoy The Musical Vendettas Maurice Kane The Funny Dutchman uiJtjiiiUK ui a upon the Great Lakes was that he is free from many of the The association controls 95 per cent faults of the race and that tie has of the iron ore and coalcarrying boats given us the most serene placid presidential epoch we have ever oeen blessed GAVE HEART A LIFT Clever Surgeon Saves Victims Life Twice During May Sullivan and others were operating upon Nuncia Chial for the removal of portions of the lungs diseased by pneu Through an incision near the left lung the mans heart could be dis tinctly seen beating Sud denly Sullivan observed that ths hearts action had become irregular Then it Thrusting in his flu gers the doctor squeezed the hean softly and rythmlcally started life once more coursing through Chiala arteries Near the conclusion of the operatior It was necessary to resort a secom time to this last extremity and again the daring operation was successful Chial Is resting comfortably in St Francis May te ephone from New Martlnsville Casl ier Lewis of the Smithfleld ban at Wetzel ordere the bank but gave no reaso tot the The banks capital I deposits surplus 000 and loans on the No action was The general business situation was considered so uncertain that another meeting will be held June 1 to deter mine this May Reig age was shot aud killed In a scuffle with Patrolman John a new Werner met Peter Madden and two others and advised them to go Later he met Relghard and Madden and attempted to arrest They Jumped on took his mace and were beating him over the head when be drew his revolver and May street car con ductor cannot make a passenger pay a full cash fare when the former has no tickets to says the Ohio supreme The decision was won by Frank Newcomb of this city in his suit against the Northern Ohio Traction Newcomb asked for worth of tickets which the conductor was unable to Because Newcomb re fused to pay more than the ticket rate he was ejected from the May The church and school of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary were com pletely destroyed by Church and school occupied the same Tile flre qccurred during recess and few children were in the log at the They escaped Through rapid work wai able to save bussed A next was The flw vu itarted by a in the Igniting New Coroner For Jefferson May Stuart has announced the appoln ment of Sayws ol Reynolds to be fsfroner for the county o vUt The White Evening Anything that breaks through the Counsel For Opposing Sides Confer as to Methods of Shortening Trial Certain Evidence May Be Admitted Without a May jury in the second capltol contract conspir acy case has boon selected and today Scarlet will open the long awaited trial for the showing what the state charges and what it expects to prove against the six defendants at the The selection of the jury was ac complished In a little over two and for the first time In the history ot Dauphin eounty a colored man was selected as the first juror in an im portant becoming foreman ac cording to the custom followed The foreman is Samuel a repu table resident of The other lurymen are Samuel min Williams township George Bber Lower Paxton township Thomas clock Hap rlsburg Benjamin Mid dletown John Ellz abethville Aaron Harrisburg Dennis steel Steelton Isaac farm Penbrook Franklin Harrisburg John David After the summoning of the defend ants the call of talesmen no applications being made for sever All of the Including Architect were present formidable array of jury had been selected the lawyers conferred about methods to shorten the trial through admission of certain evidence and Three of the jurors were at the morning At the tooon session three prominent1 dents of this city were examined j rejectedas One was who safd that he had read newspapers and formed opinions which he had John recently elected Demo cratic national delegate from this con gressional district and former city treasurer and clerk of the that he had read newspaper accounts and formed opinions which it would he hard to Both Royal and Woods were William a wellknown business man and jjecently candidate for select council in the Fifth said he had formed opinions from reading newspapers and attending ses sions of the He was chal Thomas Rife of this city said he a clock Are you employed anywhere now asked No but Ill take any job that looks i like an honest After a few more questions he was making The other jurors were selected without any inci dent worth Juror Is Janitor of the Federal building in this He had an opin ion as to the guilt of the men at tho but said he could go Into the box and From the most healthful of comes the chief ingredient of ROYALKSSS The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar youOTMttof ;