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BIDS WANTED. RHeiNC BILLS ftRE BEfilEN nn i\\l)S HITION O V ANARCHY. FIKE SWEEPS CHEI J SEA, MASS. The Senate Vote of 25 to 25 Kills Hughes Mo'i MI re Ddicc, !'••> ir I • I\ s'ij'<.[ > i- • W 1 JiT T - I 'laiiiP, .\ 'I , !••. li e li 'i .ml <-i i visors, titldt'«-!'i t<» ( I IIIIIIHV* 'I' •jecor, (-li.tir'ii iii <d tin Vm (mut- hou-<;* <\ •}••'••> f .' i'i'' ro<'i'i-i nf the i!>> in l i i \— •», i * i- ir-. i>f U'f-! '•lieMi'f < \nil il ' it U II'\ I'l *m-i V >* J ^ ork i Depressed Bo.ler an.1 Power ( Ki[i] . ,^ ON , ^ V> l A ]VS Ho-jse Westchester County Court House !l • 1 ]ifi ,111- 1 1 -i -v. 1 , 1 • i • illlt ll I I'll ' • n \ I. Ml ' i\ 1st day of May 1908 [*-,-.!, of- Message Sujs All Other Churches. Schools, CHy Hall and (>,., slums Sink Into InMgnJflcance. i Other Inst.unions Destroyed. Boston, April 16 Swept b> a ii \\a> l iinsi | iti April 16— In one of •e -.hoitest messages which he has 11 an.-untied to Congress, Presl i i:,„, .'Milt to It IL! tvind that blew sixty miles an hour. I small fire that started in a pile of I i 1 , . , , -I I I is 1 • III ' I 11- , I >'>! % - d the attention , rags in the rear of the Boston Black tlie necessity for i ng Companv's factory In West Third street, Chelsea, spread until it had destroyed more than a square mile of buildings in the business and resi­ dential section.- of the city caused the deatli of four per.,ons ami ii j'iry 1X1 \ | to more than lift*, anil entailed prop- n.v.ia submit a letter from j erty damage estimated at $10 000,- on the subject of resident is as mid House of Rep- i r tn \ w mi'. 1 1\ i • • ),il»iii' IMI i\\l 1' • uf ;i <li | i. - • l I 'i.r t '!'• His' ilutl.-i a- U In' I' llle pi I' - i. I ell' e i e I . ' I .1 tr. i ..tfi \'. Willis ('II I , lllll'. I -i i,; • h • '. i i - • • l.\l I' ' , • II'. 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I'\ i 11 1 1 re J er\ i 'S i\- i'_r 'il tun t ai.\ oi ill lii'l .s lid ; Api i.. i>-> i If \l M 'l ^ r -si,( . ij ; i luurm.u i I '\\:...IM; i <>\ M TinxMi 'Sti\ , Jv ret a ; v • . , vui.' - i» \iii.i.\i:i' .1 \UN l i M i AHJ '1'1 . l 'K \J I I \ ^ !.«)!. I r\\ \l ;n 1- l: \u;i: I i j 11 1 1 N i 11 >m i K \»vk s. i;ri \oi.i)s. 1!' Nin ( MI'ltlM'l '1 1 'i • ' ii N- v\ i • 111 r• M' i- ll--.* • \ r i i i - ' I ,i \ .--ii'i- 'w .v ^ ,rk Prosecute Boy to Warn Others *.' r i' • i f vv\ * *' . • . ;-\ lis J-;.- ; , : . - i \ vs *• • 1 1 • \ .i..r! • 1 l: i . : i? \ ; , . t 'ii 1 h pii nt ot' lustice which ex- l ii.l. i this opinion I isistiiiK stautes give the i..u\\ei to prohibit the . ' • i! from being used .\ii in the commission is (o p -i .hiblt the use .'<•! tin- advocacy of i • -i.i .iii, and I shall c i .nst ruction < ho'' <-v er. there 1 11 ' r in\ est ligation by j- it'er \\ hen coni- '. s' i pn s -«|on of an- u '!• it ion sinks i n- I he \nnrchist is . -ii' i> f li'. i ...iiltv. t he enemy • i• iii and Ibis is a deeper of i i nil'iality th in nnj other • - nit i- i -ll 'iv. cd t;> come to • ii, l,e I- in \ i arch'st, and :• i r pulili-lu I In re or abroad 1 ! e permitt'-d circulation In • .iifv !*' It ;\•'< pagates anarch- ' I'll s I'll KOIKiR F. KOOSKVEI.T \v lute 11,else \pril 13, 1908 \ Of those who met death three were women One Ullh il herself c-h a pistol win n her hcloiigliins r i re burned hi lore In i eves The '''Hies crossed I'helst a ( nek and set- 'ee to the St.inilir.l (..1 Coiiip.ni* s inks on the 1 ,e-t Boston side The nks blew up wlib t i vitn i oiu iis- • uis fi ii'iti iin •. the nssii'.'nls of ' . -ton .-oil ri - i u 1 1. ', ty ol t^i i It v 1 in |. llv i| I'ed s , i lien , . ( ' ,'1 • I 'l • k , t 1 1 ! U 1 In lie ' \I is • Mil ,|s 111' II W .1 V .1 > I ii lid i asl t he en- !-i ii into d irkt'.e-s f' I (IOV I'll sS F. HI (ilIKs * 11 !gl> 1 bit is i, * 1 1 . ' I I oil ,iv b 1* f'lend , ihat he v\ll! mil. r a ,e ( \'l eb-etinn to fi'l the si -it of S.-nat\! Stanislas P Kranchot o' Or . iir.s and 1 Niagara, who died i ••• -in'v n d then r.ill an ei'r a uession the l-gi-ln- | t'lie I'I IP Coveino i find his b'gal al.ls. • Mi ^anfoi'd -r e n vvni^ i cmsi.i. • inc the ; a : Here Is the s'at' nu n i-< ' bv I'le i!o eruo' 1' a impos-i hi- f • hi- ii v i- that lb. ,'i'iip 'i will pi' mil i -e pl.-ilti ii'iin dats ,,f Constitution to be :g iiored I lie conte- 1 as nut ended | I I i . iii'i In-c n -i Ii will n.ni'ii in | mil ! the wi'l i f the e. ( plo ha= been n!.\V ..,( 1 . e Ji i Ibloii ! ii i! • s. i,a I • v- .is i' .'m l 1 1 ii r air gel vi | ' fon i )'P I • 1 i - w i , , . 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Washington \pri l lb -Who are the five greatest men In the United States not in public life'' Accord­ ing to President F?oo?ev«lt, they are Grover Cleveland \ndre\v Carnegie J ihn Miti .iell. W lii'ain J Brian and Jaii -.-s J Hill Th. l'resid' nt has Invited these fi\\ ID attend the leg conference at the White House (luring the week of Mav H to dlscu-. i i >n«er\alion of the natural resm.K s \f the country Kv.rv (IOVevnor o' a dtate. Cabinet ottiiei 's nieuiliei's of the Cnited Sta.es riupieme Court a nd'members of th e lnla 'id Wiiterwa>- t ommlsslon are to attend offlclalij hi., these five nu n aie singled out from the whole lulted States as fl*e Individuals to bf MtvU -ed Thev are all Democrats fur the . s^ he tanks In .in i- \ ga . ulinu tl k I iv e I In it ' tei rn, i ni? lues It v ^ 'itinn'uih \ • • i M\ ot ( 1 hough t 1 !>l;l( k ( hi li's f'- lr .'it- • \i men uotinii and < 1 11 111 oi al- '-' (ill I of t In 11 w 11 S. t lie v 1 I 'V I'd Messing In iie end 1 he dense >l.e ti ii i j Pke a wet Market over , Mi'hki n i ilv ;ind sinothi ri d the \ v i rs ii'\ Inn nil g ( inbei's from the i li coiitlasi a' Ion before tin i I, 'll,; \ lops of 1,'uisi < a n.l Inki \i eets It w ,i d.i\ 'ii a lar-'e I i to this ;,• i i. t,ni; l • i-e r- • i ile vva 1 \ ,1 t he H'ilS - 1 1' t.l.lt not de- Nev ( hli .li,ii C onev >-nl II I O •nil .l .si i ' , 11 I , 11 i a' I I' •s as I'u'pil- 1 ', If I I ad the I\ t th. (.ospel red ae dull* papers 1 advertl-ing ib'part- f(ir the ailvevtis- li Ihl- i \ ' .\ is e\ ion M I i )i\ ri nt to the ( i\_ asi'lil 1 • ''I lus.iini \s i n fiM -ular hall i\ligh>ii' r-.tter attended and ' ,, • 1 II ,. i I e\ a n gi 1 '-in. ,| li* the Rev \ C .od* i bun h in a 'a' k •egntlonal ministers in pi,. Mr liiM'i U'i*e s 'luii tiiat outdoor and meetings were more effeitive AH WauBaDiiinaDlk<Mr B s Air® C If yo u want the solid .satisfaction of selecting from the richest and best arranged stocks in the country, come to Wana- niaker's. Thirty-two acres of critically chosen Spring Mer chandise oV.cv you practically unlimited choice d In the matter of apparel fir men, women and children, Wamrrnker's is unsurpavu-d in the broad M ope and variety of its offer'ngs. 'I h o c\.\re Mti'i Floor of the New Fuilding is gi\en over to Men's a.id E ONS ' Funu-hm^s There, exacting standards prc\.rl. 1 h\re NO ; v. i'i f r d clotlun^ of honest, all- wool ra.r-'rials, ni authoni.i'ni ''.jK-. .ml finely tailored, d V,on,en look to YV.miir.akor's fer lhc hie-' \ M ] be*t modes ri mi.lin'. r>, dresses, cOs'.in-cs, coats an d dre?s ai i essorics, and they are rever disappointed Our Pans rffice keeps us in daily touch w.t h European styles, and the best that America provides is here CL Remember that the Wana'maker Dress Goods Store ,.lone occupies nearly half n block—just now the woolen, silk, co'.*on and linen fabrics are i n their Sp. ing glory C If yo u want to beautify the home this Spring at small out­ lay or give it a touch of freshness here and there, Wanamaker's is the place to come, for here are the newest ideas and the greatest variety of artistic carpets, rugs, wallpapers, lamps, furnitures, pictures, china and bnc-a-brac. •C, The commodious, well-lighted buildings make for comfort, the beauty at every turn gives pleasure, the interesting novel­ ties add zest to th e day's shopping, the entertainments are enjoyable and th e buying power of tw o great stores insures decided pnte-advantages to those who shop at Wanamaker's Formerly A. T. Sievarl & Co. Broadway, Fourth Aoenut. Eighth to Tenth Street N©w York Cnfty •! ll .1 Ml' 11 Mils hurt he-t 'd ,'i the fiish'onable \ ii nu Gould and De Sagan Sail. New York Vpril 15 —Mme Anna i.ould and Prince Helle de -sagai, -ervant-. bag and |„igrag p I* - ' ' ^' Kesi.s Hotel with (to*. .Inbn-on Speaks, Ct.ii ago April If. Co* lobn A , Johnson of Minnesota, in an address j • lore Ihe ( hirago Press ( lub em­ ail the n-r.c * that uncut attend an i i'iiMi'\'! his belief that the rentral- elopen ,\iit and slipped quietly [ lration of power at Washington is aboard » • Ni -.rtii (Jerman Lloyd \' l0 • hl ' r pt.aii .'T Fre,ler.''k i |\r Ci osse, at its '\'\ l! \rv In Hubuken, w-honre It sall3 T he situation is a dangerous one for Italy Rome went through the same pro e \Times\ is on sale at F. Gumboldt's. f d.ingi r that threatens this He -aid I here were unverified lh_;ii the St Kegi i ti.Ht th\ Prince and i\ vvi i e married by a J' .<ii lerg* man and that ii •. ) '|i-n, >• ** iin the t ' • , i II • h ( ,1 'iild i . A w^^-rl CHB S She wanted more power and i ..^^rnin-t'-^ ° f ^ |MK fnrv - ani wont 'backwar d We must keep our I arcs ever toward th\ east and man h on Mn.e v ji S- ' *• re- COP- il* lou I'll- Ml I'loililu Militia ( nib il . , -II' •. I • l-'la Mini * Hi o i' a i I h;is ordr d n .i •! I i ihe State M ,'• t a ' mil e Kl /I'ensai . ' I i s ni tie not rail iv in ' • .- ' oiu pa 11 ies here u . i v e r'to a reiiort t ,i ^ STI,'„ ( . mt v*as in proi -p' i.'u fi to be a mls!.a- • ii- com pan* has decld\'l ti i .-i t •1 • i CiOV- • v ery to 'I he ning Tiar- i se- - but The . start ines and the trm.ps were i' as a measure o' pierau- l v' <•- t rouble Is '-ar 1 Negroes Wild Oie r jVoruker \ , '.' >'< J i i n o -t '•• i.ato- I n aker a '' I ' I • ,\ e( h • ft a lie s°n- i a. I- 1- ! I' h ne- c • t - add I ess n »l for th. pas- i ' it ii e t b\ ii • n i f tie- '1 w e n - iiei w i 'i e d • - .s |lO .t; II JE. u '• of i n t h< uiL -ln of i\ i-b.n^'u dianiatjc •\! ' n del \ered lil- on the Browt\ at- giiller i's gl II- S S't at i .i v.as iJi'linarl' sage uf b - ' of • be t Ii*' t* filth Inf.'i -i chaiged foi Brownsville, 1 Augum IX 19 I \ I'I k 'sUM. I ,,i an ordu u| ll..:) W%lh nu 1* l'latt. t .• ,nt\ J .^e of We-tcbeste: Countv N \ ' uiade and i.n*en.d the 251I1 day of I-eb- ui * , 1 91)' Nu til 1 is 1 ci eli\ 1; 1 v i M ' 1 1 , . oh uis .uul jiorsiiiis j* iv ug 1 1 •' 1 ills (gainst A \ ail Smith, uf the '1 ovv 11 of N, th Salem, m -a'd C\ii'it*. that tiie\ an leipnied l\ ]''(sei.t thi n 1 latins vvitii the voiu'ii s tlicieuf duly vended 1 • ' • sukvi |if h 1 s d ;l\ appointed us I I s s !(,i I'K . in ,,( p; ( 1 * ill il Id's, at '• '1,1 I \1 111. Ill's |'l 'il S 1 I I. li; I ,|'..l ' iin; I I'I 'lie l .1- In 'u it 1 la* •( w 1 \I V a T 1 \ii \ \ . .'• M . .1 .\ ' 1 1 ,i. 1' l-'t I : a* v '7 IT S l;K \ \NT s, I'M Ml'K A 's U M t -f vi*, R '.ni A * 1 nu* l \r \s> 1g1.ee C 1 11111 N \ T^sbufy Elliott. KATOnAH . LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE OPEN SUNDA rs PRICES REASON ABU roi.-|.' \I..- N • li'-Y 1 Iv ATOI.'A I i V. th 1 \a - if, Hi, Ids O-ltuiii- !,»** In* il d Wis April The '. . 1 • lou r lav* j\ov. • c thn 'ir- dllwav t .i e -rs .1 , h, dei lai\' d to Mil- '.Ih In igi W ..r . 1 • I'ar- 1 . - 1 t\ ' !gnt 1 • 1 v i3 • 'ad I he 1 M' 1 - 1- ubt- • • it t inn • to u; 1 • 1 1 iv 1 t 1 - 11 : 1 -1 r r p < I'residi III \ iiiiounrei His I'lans \\ asblngtu'i Vpnl 14 In 1111 in- dlreet waj 11 was made Known al the White House tint ihe I 're -iilent 1 * not 1 c< onslden 1^ h - puiin.se to 1 e the from ,nihil' i.e lb i to take a tup a 1 oiind t . -.• 1 -I I if ihe ofTii a 1 spnki 1 • a. *. 1 'i 1. ii, t o In- belli v oil tin I'i 1 dent h -Iready mad\ plans that iii'lnb a hunting trip in Afilia a*- w .ll is in outing In the woods oi (1' 1 'an with Ins sport ma n 1 rb n I I e ' u : 1 1 1 1 1 k 1 I'. -I poo il I'. \ t' II SO ( I Wotks Hi i)pi II 1 P \- \U I il 1 tijvvi, 1 'a \| ' 1 I v. r- al ib • nt ' \• *!\ < 1 si 1 ., a \ •i) C HI.Pi-OI'M \f theHtateofNevvVotk, Bv the Oraie uf t»od 1 rce and hide ] \tuU-nt 'I o CharlfsX inceiitCo/i no Ivl- win (. (i /cii\ Joseph (.o/'tio Addie Fore- 111.ill 1 rani 1 s *.ii/eiiu, (,illicit 11 Co / ( • o, [useph I. Co/enu II.-.tticL |I,IIIS, I id.1 II HiWi'l, Ii ving J lluti hins Willi mi Ki-'ilrim, I,nlii Mav Claik W illi.un 11 C, lark l.u 1 lla l .., -ii.. \*I.'e '(1.11'°' 1 ./'in 'i I ' . 11 c t' 111; Illlil Is WlJ III ,v. .1 III, 1 ..iv 11 el' Iledtiir'i C iiiiiI \ nl W 1 sti he-ti r. si.ilr of \i 11 \ ink 1 a- appl 1 d tu \li' SUM He. a e s 1 nu: t u-' tie V mi 11' v H We-' 1 lieslet to 1.1 1 111 w 1 t M 1 . b •I .1 both n -11 1 ' P ROCLAMATION ATE OF NJTW YOUK -OOtt.N IV OK WhsTCHEHTEK.S.H. 'I Uf iilldcrni^neil t'ic Shpnff Of laid couDty, In conformity to * iirnr^pl to tuui la till* bnhftlf riiriH -toil add drloercil b> llili, hia profit. TDatt'in-ri ']Mlre»Bilpcr *i \iii I'ouMil to appear at a i surnEMK COURT to hi* hi*iri At the ( o.irt Hon»*«. in tb<- Town af White PI&IUR In thf 1 <>ntit\of v*. entrln-».tor »for« •' •*!(!,011 the i ( H KTII I > w or MAY 10 ^ »t trtti o rl<»rk lti th «i f irouo\ii <«f tlial day, b» rivoKi.iT.'vi.ci* or (itii-p uih«-,to a[»j>«ar tii<«r**at and th* iin*f1©r»ijKH***(i her-'n n'-jnirfu '1 MI« I > <•» o.' Ill* 1 JlfHrP ( (•\•a.HTJt RI til 1*1- * 1 ll'lV\ Jlhrtl I »n re- Knl/aii -* f r ' i n • . .1 a i . • ( an . porncn 41 H \»ri ti Ci'iirt 1 t nc . ft t- , J» 1 % 1 ti , 1 t uiII r, t r-mniwittlirni oi a > • *•**. • U-KH t r*-turi • itt'ii r--( \i* nl / AH - > • ii' 1 1 t ' i»i- 11a \ii I tn tf -i f it-i't , 1 11 v iht <•..< on tli« I ftret \A .( it H -i* -*.u-<i i' no sutirlff » . \\ 1 t I\ . - • » 1. 1 . 1 *' \ 1 r 1 \j • t I! if I \ * l sh rill. P n'» w sa il h 1 ih. 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IVli I Kl) Y, I 1 ,it 1 I Hi 1.1 * I'lItDV, I 1 1 1 1 I - li v . \l I N * Home Memories 21 «oob <Dlb «ort* ft>tatc fetorp bp \^Evcry nm is reading it If you arc not, you arc behind the times Critics sa\ ir is the best storv of iur.il hfi lli. t hi s been wiittin for years It is neatlv hound 111 d.nk green and gold, contains «120 p.iqis, and sills for Si ^'i Mention this papi r and wi will sinil von a cop\ it tin spci 1 il nu ul ?l.tl(i Postpaid. R C I-J.llljltl, l'llllllsluT 1 .^4. Hovlston Stritt, Boston

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