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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: January 11, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                t 1H HJ v JL JL JLJ T JLJL VJ m B8TABLJSHBD Edwin Cottier Shoots and Kills His Blind Son and Wounds Himself LADS CORPSE IS FROZEN STIFF Recent Death of Wife and Coupled With Affliction of Dstpondenty That Ends tn In Cemetery Col took his eightyearold blind son Edwin to his wifes grave In Ha vennr cemetery some time during the shot him dead and then put a bullet through his own body near the heart He will When the bodies were found the little boys corpse was frozen Both of the tatters feet are frozen and he was unconscious from cold and loss Of A letter found near tho scone of the tragedy and declared to be In handwriting reads Friends This Is a terrible thing to but t am tired of life and know Ood will forgive It saems as though there hasi been nothing but trouble for me even since the day I was I saatstand It to see my poor lit tle this cold worldwithout his slht and the doe 4ave told me they can do noth ing for Besides I am so lonesome for my poor little So goodby money Is left from my In ttirance it my wish that Ram also my personal Bury me beside my darling and my darling Neighbors declare Collier has been dazed since the death of his wife six months He continually talked about her andbrooded over the blind boys which ho had spent much money It later developed that Edwin Col lier lived In oieveumd and That tteli known there as Edwin al though his real name is Got Her recently spent week York visiting hospitals and specialists In aneffort to have his Ho could obtain agWnent and returned Then came to where his late wife Is He and his boy went to her grave and there remained for a ton About Collier says he nerved himself to end thtf life o his unfortunate son and his own trou The first bullet flrecl ft t himself glanced from his herd nnd did no se Hous Thon the revolver was pointed at his A Hb deflected the course of the ball and saved his Weak from the loss of blood Collier could not call for help or complete his attempt al At n hospital be regained WERE REFUSED SHELTER Penniless Men Nearly Freeze to Doth Near a recently tltrown out of em ployment at while mafc Ins his way to his home ID Plttsburg was nearly frozen to Accom panied by Timothy Snolllng ofGlass he got off a train at Tyrone and applied for at the police sta although the was near the two men started to walk to Two miles east of the city hun gry land overcome by the proceed no further and beggedr his companion to let him Ho along the Snelling dragged and carried the perishing man as besthe couid ua tilthey reached a suburban Theproprietor was aroused and thu exhausted wayfarers admitted and iared Byer being sent to the Al oona hospital with both feet badly Jacobs lere Insist that there are yet 100 bodies In the Darr One of the miners it Is hosseventy members missing or unac counted and It Is tne opinion of his organizations leaders thaf the Odles of the seventy will yet from the illfated A to4 of 240 bodies has been I none Mother Attacks Her fames wife of an Iron mold became suddenly Insane and at tacked her sisyearold son with a hammerand wounding him She then cut her own Miroat and will The boy may Kneed Before Approaching Henry 0 Bbehme of committed suicide by kneeling In front of a She had been mentally deranged since her child wasrborn three months Prominent Odd Fellow Thomas Robin a wellknown business man and Odd committed sui BANKS THE MONEY Congress Curtail Ap Says Bartholdt atttieth congress has been in actual sttslon only a few days and more than 600 bills already have been Introduced for the expenditure of about In proposed public ft 20 per cent of total la appropriated during the present people ofthr eotmtry may consider them selves The foregoing ifate ment was made by Chairman Barth oldt of the houBe committee on puMlo and tie cide In his office by Inhaling Tiny and Mostly A girl babyweighing but four poundsand possessing a full set of teeth was bora here to the wife of Elve DRIVES VILLAIN FROM THE STAGE lover the treatment accorded by the villain to the heroine In a ttay at a local George Monroe jumped on the and after driving away the actor who played the part of the seized the heroine In his arms and declared he would defend Stage hands attempted to drlv0 Munroe from the but he seized a Ore ax nnd refused to leave until he was overpow What not be Thr men win have fcy economic organization of capital at the Increased the amount DUNS REVIEW OF TRADE New Weekly Review of Trade says today and the purchase of public grounds has Improved must be hold In with a tight It sponge to the brighter com is true the government balance sheet merclal loans being made with more surplus of goru are falling short at the rate of about a due to the curtail ment of the luxury purchased by the 2 nred by alx people inthis time of financial dls t lurbance and commercial We face a heavy deficit at the close of the fiscal Estimates for run ning expenses for the fiscal year end Ing Juno must be cut as the chairman of the approprlatlojiii committee pointed out and original legislation such as bills proBets Forth In Masterly Manner Hli posing the erection of public buildings freedom1than at any recent As muchprojected business was only held back by Inability to raise thing like but it mast be remembered that a great deal of that money Is distributed among the na the easier money market encourages tlpnal banks and thnt they notat this time in a position to hand Itwen expectation that postponed contracts will now be The percentage or Idlemachinery has perceptibly de Iron and steel production had fallen very low before therevival of pig Iron at the be ginning ofthis month being smaller than atany time In This nrtallment of output has maintained irlces fairly the average now ielnghlgher than on July Several contracts for structural steel are under but most mills are Idle pending the accumulation of more Thus far the lower 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Rights of Cap ital and Labor UNIONS MUST BE RECOGNIZED Secretary AddrestM Audience at Peoples Institute In New York ana Frankly Discusses Problems Presented by Clashing dneed the cost of necessities are not Their sole motive baa been one of withthe de struction of private property that mo ll ve will disappear and BO would the progrtu of The very advan tage to be derived from the security private property In our clvllzatlon that It turns the natural selfishness desire for gain Into the strongest motive for doing that without which the upward development of mankind would and retrogression would It Is greatly in the Interest ot the i that corporate capital should be fairly Any Injustice done to It acts directly upon the wageearnera that must look to cor porate wealth for their The conclusion I seek to reach la that the worklngmen who entertain a prejudice against the lawful capitalist because he is who votes with unction for the men who are urging unjust and unfair legislation against him and who makes demagogic ap peals to acquire popular support in what they are is standing In his own is blind to his own in terests and Is cutting off the limb on which he It is to the direct Inter eat of the werklngmau to use careful discrimination in approving or dlsap1J proving proposed legislation of this kind and to base his conclusion and vote on the Issue whether the provi sion Is fair or just and not on the as sumption that any legislation that sub jects a corporation to a burden must necessarily be In the Interest of the Have Common What I am anxious to emphasiz that there Is a wide economic JlY KJjMPLElEB Twelve Men Sworn in and Trial Will Begin On Monday PRISONER AND WIFE Young Thaw Says Nicer Jury First to Opening Statement for the Pe Colt lice Bond The toomtfl to handle THE MEN It Gren Hfe Arthur George cp George John mineral oral David Wllllanf Fraiir the first time since he became arecognized businessfield In which the int candidate forthe Republican prcsl1 of the wealthiest capitalist am dtntlal Secretary of War exactly Taft last nightfaced a New York au Js In the act forth his stand on the rel ative oflabor and capital and submitted to a rapid fire attack by the which quizzed him ot labor and capital to inci fruits of yet in Ing the share of each In their Interests are plait Though the law of supply will doubtless In the JFrmln most As the form of potent influence In flxlnjugtment to mfXit tna the secretary of war made way through the throng a shout of Three cheers for next the If acting can secure mu In the advanfl signal for a noisy contin Mr Taft bowed hie acknowl edgements from the Peoples instltute which democraticand fashionable dls usually bring together Intellectual leaders in all walks of lifeand last nights gather ployer ing atypical At least a third cf the auditors were his address the pointed out the v erne upon the He de great aggregations of wealth properly employed widened the Held of labor and were to be wel while wealth improperly Was to be He advooai unionism in tar the1 resultant made foj common Labor Needa his speech with ment that he wouldask th attention to yet during the gradual the changing financial have the i united the varying surely lawfulacts dies for traced the orlgi property and thi property and the earliest that lead caPJtal to 8ecurc ald MrTaft whlle capital independence of al and labor from and the principles accumulation of capl labor in producing any rLe ahare of each laborer In Sanitol Toilet tfit Oxygen Talcum absorbi skin impurities by natures No toilet powder you have ever used can compare with Price25 cents All for a delightfully Price 23 cenU Sanitol Liquid an unequaltd mouth wash or the teeth and KitU the germs of purifies the flavored and An antiseptic recommended by Sanitol Bath oxygtnbath a cooling bath luxury which invigorating oxygen producing propertiet are absorbed into the enabling the body to ward off Price 2fcentl Sanitol Tooth adapted to the shape of the teeth and 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justifying either In retention tensive evidence on the other nnd the hearing was substantially cafes clOHad wlth a formal interview gf suicide are reported wuu the committee from the miners setts following a day inarked by stormy oondl nevlewlng the conaltlons leading up Five including four to the present strike and since the men aud one took their own report draws marriage Conaltftfed that Minn Helen Maloney MB begun suit for the annulment of her marriage to Ar thur Oshprno U causing comment at the Her marriage Qa borne is considered so that an before tbe thorJUes fwulfjtoljr be horne waj prived W he this cut in wages and refusal to employ members of the Astern Federation of Miners waa not an nouuced until after tUe arrival of tht every indication confirms belief that such action was in contern platlou before thei arrival of the troops was part of the general plan pf thb mine tp estaWish the yht product Ir affected not exact fat in a i general by the int of capital In use as compared the number of those who more capital in use the more work ere Is to and the more there is o do the more laborers are Manifestly it is Inthe direct Interest o the laborer that capital shall in crease faster than the number of those who work Nothing is so likely to make wealth Idle as insecurity of Invested capital and It fol as a necessary that to destroy the guaranties of property Is a direct blow at the Interest of the The last two generations have wit nessed a marvelous It has been affected by1 the assembling and enforced cooperation of simple previously had been sep The organization of pow erful machines or of delicate devices bywhich the producing power of one man was increased fifty or one hun dred not the only step In thlsi great Within the limits of efficient administration the larger the amount to beproduced one time and tinder one manage ment the less the expense per TimesDifferent only requires the effects ot panic through which we are passing orthrough which wepassed In 1893 or 1873 to show how closely united in a common Interest we all are in modern We are thesame boat ant financial and business storms which affect one certain to affect al Itwas not so much so in olden times whenthe popnlatlon was scat tered andwhMtwrtfc fMMlly 2 dopendei Willing to Bisk Wluks noted pny1 elclan says that deadly bacteria bank and many peclally are spread that greater promptness f wages than If slower operation of in the same as me the too eager em e restrained from undue The organl naste Capital Into corporations with adjutage which thU In a dispute with ia overwages makes it absolutely issary for labor to unite to main Unions Have Come to the Is the em ployer of must fsce Is that the organization of labor union come to Jf theemployer would consult his own he must this and act on Under conditions the blindest course hat an employer of labor can pursue lis real A secondJury twv Harry Thaw for killing White was laat and morning the irosecutlon will present Its direct against the Five Ju rors in all were accepted and sworn witltadirplti showii their defeng Klrby SmiU Wa by i at and afternoon ses As jury is uo of amost whom are or When the panels Anally been after manyvexatloua delays and after oftwen tythree peremptory by defense and twenty by the announced that well pleased with the twelve men Young who has watched the selection of the jurors wltli keenest also declared that she was well fThey are much than menselected sa4 as court andThaw exclaimed that he echoedhis wifes Theprisonerandhis wife had an ear nest talk after the lastjuror had been sworn and While the1 attorneys were conferring as to the appointment of a commission which will be sent to Plttsburg to take the testimony of William the who is stili toofli Assistant District will make the opening stater the he did at flrsiTTJii will not ton and it is that I captured fall Pottsvlffo lam carpet Sh Internal injui caused CleveWhd penal feller will man fortooUe The Kolaad belie com fill ment ciall the one ojti tranced by I disc Mil hlsHeelii Wa s to decline to recognize labor unions as the controlling influence in the1 la bor market and to insist upon deal ng only with his particular The time has passed in which that attitude can be assumed with any lope of successfully maintaining What the wise manager of corporate enterprise employing Inrge numbers of laborers will do Is to receive the lead ers of labor unions Avith courtesyand At times some labor Intoxicated jvith the power they exercise and are weak enough to ex ilblt a spirit ot Dealing with them is trying to the patience of the propositions from labor unions sometimes so exorbitant as literallyto deprive manager of the control which he ought o retain over the laborers employed In ills This is to be expected in comparatively new movement and is not to be made n ground for con demning The Right to On the other hand the arrogance Is not confined to one We all of us know that there are a number of em ployers who have the spirit of Intoler ance and sense of power because Of their Immense power and that their attitude is neither conciliatory nor likely to lead to un adjustment ot dif The wise man among the em ployers of labor and the labor loaders are those who discard all appearance of temper or sense of power and at tempt by courteous discussion and calm decision to reach a common On the question of tholegal right of the labor union to strike Secretary Taft said Men have the right to leave I employ of their employer in a body in order to Impose on him as great Inconvenience as possible to induce him to to their They have the right In their labor unions to delegate to their leaders the power to saywhen to They have right In advanceto accumulate by con tributions from all members of labor union a fund which shall them to live during the They have right to use persuasion with all other laborers who are invited to take their places In order to convince them Of the advantage to labor ot united It is tbe business ot courts and of the pollen to respect these rights with the same degree of carethat they respect the right o owners of capital to the protection of and He that a resort to violence other form of lawless ness on behalf of a labor union prop erly merits an drecoives the sharpest condemnation from the public and ts quite likely to lose the cause of labor la support In the particular centre states sdirect 00 cupy more than two f ense will open Monday Thaws cMet making opening state TRAINS MEET ON TRESTLE Structure Gives Way Under In Which Five Are A special from Vinegar tells of a disastrous wreck on the Alabama aid Mississippi railroad caused br a colli sion between a passenger train and a logging Five persons were and two seriously The dead are mer Vinegar Bend Charles BOB section foreman three names The list of Injured Is as Frank engineer of thepaasen ger will die Henry money li note Hunt t found i dance i Ingstou felll companionf ware of CubblBOn suited a and was been Main str her cd at the man of tbe passenger seriously j are on i Injured several negroes slightly In Twelve miles west of Band the road turns sharply and the greater portion of this curve Is made up of trestling that spans a ravlneiand a small brook at the at fair the passenger train the curve and trestle just as an nctrfi freight train came into view opposite1 Before Engineer could bring his to a stop both trains met headon in thecenter the Simultaneously with the the trestle gave way and both and trains fell to the bottom of On the logging train wwfjiji number of Men New men who have been Idle 3 will return to at Ions are resumed in full the tinning department of nango tin Itia additional hot mills wi U that inBart s both tin mills will be vtmnln In fttll t he end thle WinksMercy on usl all you Ive been you It is necwsary to should be always for self Is and however frequenti ore than its physician to former superintendent buildings and grounds at who Is under Indictment In conijectlon with the capltpl in an view reiterates his previous state ment that is and that it be Solly WIK   

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