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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING B8TABLISHBD 2 CENTS PfiR II VEHY To Labor Leaders Queries as to His Stand on Injunction Question qOES NOT COMMIT HIMSELF In Replying to Questions Propounded by President of Ohio Federation of tabor He Practically Same Ground as Secretary Martins Joseph Foraker of In reply to a letter from Llewellyn pres ident of the Ohio Federation of has given his views on tho same prop ositions regarding court Injunctions as were recently propounded to and dis cussed by Secretary of War Sen ator Foraker In his made public says flrst proposition is stated as follows enactment of a specific law upon which an injunction or tem porary restraining order may Issue In other denning In specific terms the language In which such In junctions or restraining order may bf Whether or not I could favor such a statute would depend upon Us terms and provisions assuming that they would be reasonable and intended only to secure the ends of such leg islation might be highly beneficial not only to employes but alsd Your Berfjnd proposition Is stated as follows no restraining order or Injunction should be Issued untl after notice to the defendant and t hearing is held upon the This should be the uniform ruin except oaly lu cases of threatened do struction of property or other wroni for which there may be no adequate remedy at Your third proposition Is stated as follows a final hearing and de termination bo made within five or ten days from the making of the tempo rary restraining I would amend by saying that a llnal hearing and determination should bo at the earliest practicable Your fourth proposition is stated as follows saltation for contempt for alleged violations of restraining Shumaker fs Physician Says if port Does Not Discourteous not make a hard and fast rule on the but 1 would give the right to the defendant to have a hearing where he deems it essential to the protection of his rights before another If for any reason could not be GO of Report He Will Attend connec tion with the examination of MUB RepreiNSrltitive fflpwler Says It Would This Country Worlds Money Center BANK GOLD COIN Currency GdlS All Other Currency to Bank Attenemy Preserved entt Deposits Unifofmtty It The Currency ser and Slnkler of Philadelphia of the problem was of an ad lowed then in such cases a jury might James former su dregg delivered Representatlva be empanelled on the request of the perlntendent ot buildings and Of New defendant to pass on all essential ques tions Of fact constituting tho alleged and ro punishment by im prisonment should be Inflicted for con tempt on any cose wlitrc tho facta constituting tho contempt have not been established by a by the The vilest criminal Is justly enti tled to this What Is allowed to offender against tlin laws of the land may well bo granted to those who are charged with only tliu violation of the order of a It Is difficult to respond categorical ly to your several propositions without limitation or but I have tried to answer yon nnd Upon WIFE 60co T0 RINK Her Return Angry Husband Kills Her and by age shot and killed his then killed himself here last Chamberlain rRlurnud from work at B oclock cvunlng and found hit wife had to H skating rink with a young couple of hor acquaintance without preparing He returned finding his wife nt and chargedher with She pnid no attention to bis charges but con tinued her household Cham berlain drew a revolver of DS calibnr and fired one bullet into her bend and a second He sent a third bullet into his own It is stated by a business associate Of thacoittmlttee on bahklng regardless of the report of the aM national hoiip of experts to the Dauphin before Baker will be on hand when he is dub of Boston at the SiiVir Algonquin This information comes from clufc on 8 Mr Fowler introduced what Is considered unimpeachable auln congresg a bill to establish a sim ilarity and sets at rest any doubts pla and gclanUnc that may have been entertained as to founaed upOli bank notes uniform bank ing and bahlt gold Coin or its equivalent all de posits and OotrlSfUts and to flx cer tain rules aid regujatiojns the the govern ment a disturbing factor in In bin address Congressman Fowler ealdinpart System Lacke Unlfermlty There Is no consistency or uniform ity in American bilking as a Shumakera ability to A prominent Johnstown physician says the to be presented to the court will almost certainly corroborate the opinion of the Shu maker family who main tains that his patient Is not in condi tlon to go to Not to do he would constitute a grave breach of professional It can be stated positively that regard less of the doctors aside from partial paralysis of nlslegs and Is In fair physical condition TOO little Is known about the and to have to attend the trial would not place him in grave Attorney Percy Allen for states that his client la anxious to have the ordeal be lieving himself entirely innocent and that he will be BLIND SENATOR A GUEST Democratic League New Resolutions pledging the support of the Progres sive Democratic league to the candi dacy of Wllllum Bryan for the pres idency were adopted at a mass meet Ing hold under the auspices of the league at Cooper The prlncl condition of our baffldng The situation has already become appall ing and demands uniform banking system with uniform reserves In gold the committee ottv backing and cur To economically and adequately pro vide for the produettorijftranBportatton and sale of such a ttoit amount o merchandise as wo an nually we should haveVa simple and scientific monetary consisting ot gold forour bank converted UnitjedWStates note into gold credit cut rejdeined ihgoldjfor our large provfdlrig the true medium o ejcchaigeBand for ou j Thomas D Gore ot who was also a guest of the received ovations as they Homer Castle Evidently on Good Terms With Organization and Standard Oil JOKE fS ON Threatened appeared on the where they properly Belong to meet the requirements of This end will be accomplished by the measure now before the house and we shall then be lipoii oqual footing formerly a lawyer In this who has been disbarred and refused aner reciting that with tno res of the world In this re orders or Injunctions that it should be readinittance to was optional with the defendants to be on a bench warrant issued by Judge and taken before with the heard by a court other than the one Bcott iBBUine the temporary or permanent Stofflet Is lives ot fudges Scott Jury form ot yourproposition cor rectly Indicates that tnere will arise cases where tho7e will be no occasion ror a trial of the charges for contempt before a court other than theono issu ing the temporary or permanent injunc It may also In certain instances prove impracticable to grant such a For these 1 would When arrested carried a load Bryan Indorsed a largely at tended meeting of the Democratic gen eral committee a resolution was adopt ed Indorsing William Bryan us Erie countys choice for the Democratic presidential the rank and file of the Democracy of New York state are practically unani mous for the nomination of Bryan by the Denver convention and charg threatening that when he last was the Democratic party ue was defeated by the user of corruption states be it that declare that It is due alike to Bryan himself and to the Integrity of our party that he should be elected to the high office of chief magistrate of the nation and wehereby pledge to him our support and our aid to that We should a system of cur rent bank credits that will always with unerring certainty dome Into existence with transactions Famout Oil Stencil of 1908 Traced In Emery Libs strni II for marking which fls ured consplbuoitsly In the rial campaign of when it was ex hibited by Homor Prohlbl Lion candidate for In an nt tempt to discredit Lewis the Fusion made Us appear alice in hnre during the trial of Colonel Emerys suit for libel against McCoy publishers of the Meadvtlle the Oil City was testifying for the defense when the stencil question came On cross examination Boyle I PHI I fled that In 1006 he had loaned thn stencil to clutlrman of the state Republican and that It hud been returned to htm rcrontly by un The close connection thus estab lished between Ibe Prohibition cmidl date for governor and tho mannger ot the Republican proved very diverting to the much to confusion of Colonel who boon the subject of n raking by Attorney Cas enjoyed lie Incident FIGHT GAUDY BATTLE In 10 Hours Desperate Struggle 20 French Are lififo of a ten hours engagement in a nivinc near between a French column under tbe command of Gen eral dAmade anl a column command Mi by Mulitt one of the chiefs of MiilHi Hands The French dispersed the enemy and occupied Set Twenty French were In the later hours of the fighting Mulal RuchldH column was reinforced by the powerful Chacuia tribe at the moment Mulal Rachid was about to Under the combined charge of the now confident Moors the French not only held their ground but stead lly threw bock the driving in mad haste to the The niiftagement followed immediately upon a twentyfive hours march of column and under UiBse circumstances the French forces aro considered to have shown more thiiti ordinary stamina and 7RUSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Gather tee age dead Deechner wan killed by a train at Rocke feller was elected the Euclid Avenue Baptist sentence of otic year la the peniten tiary was imposed on Edward Miller ot SUtersvllle for has granted licenses to sell liquor In Schuylklll This county has more than onetenth of the entire num ber of saloons In the most daring of robberies was commit ted when the residence ot Judge Mar tin Bell was entered and 1300 worth of silverware and jewelry and all the fine dresses of the family were lie a thirteenyearold slabbed his sixteen years following a quarrel on their way to The Unlfe penetrated the heart and Shuck died Chapman of Doylestown waa appoint ed a member of the state board ot game commissioners by Governor Stu art to succeed former State Treasurer Frank Harris of whoso term has j Dayton of the federal court assessed a fine of and costs against the Nnj tional Mosaic which has GOLDSMITH THE SALE Youve besn reading About begins TRISTATE OWNERS MEET whentheynSreno1 longer this most dealred end will be achieved by the adoption of the measure now pending before the house committee no one lias yet undertaken to Should Deposit The government should cease li disturbing factor In tne trade and commerce of the United and should deposit its receipts from all sources every day with the banks of the country precisely as other govern ments The bill before our commit tee does just this The national banks now own about contract for work on the government building at for avlolatlon of the eighthour with waiting for promoters to take definite farmers of eastern Crawford CHANGE FRONT Bitter Debate in House When Re publicans Vote Down Code Bill Amendments RANDELL STAVES OFF DEFEAT Securing Delay In of His Prohibit Lobbying In by change of was exhibited by Republicans in the house of stives In the consideration of the bill to codify and revise the penal laWs of the United The pacific spirit displayed by the committee on revi sion of when it appeared as though the several amendments strengthening certain provisions of bill regarding corruption the ap pointment of persons to public offlcee would be and in every inch of ground was fought ever to keep amendments out ot the When adjournment was only six additional pages had been posed of andbut one or two Verbal amendments by the committee teen An amendmentIn the shape of a hew section was offered by Oalnes designed to prevent lobbying before Derisive laughter on the Republican aide greet ed the followed by the query from Dalsell Tfwi are not In are you I always am when I the ramparts ot the Republican was the quick retort and it Democratic Galnex damned the practice of lobbying as ne farious and contrary to the public wel fare and Payne asked if the amendment would reach the people ot sent to Washington by the tobacco replied and ought not because they are per fectly honest You dont mean to say these law tor said but they got The laughter which In which Gaines prevented county have taken the project of the completion of his electric railway to wnen jt subsided he The law and Titusviile Into their own hands and have formed the Central Crawford 17Robert Reeves oil pushed Bei the Tri state baseball clubs were represented at the meeting here last evening ex cept whose Colonol Perrlne was detained at home on ac count of The most important Question to be considered was the salranging y which had been fixed the three the rftte would reach 5 per At a rate the twos would soil for wnatv sixtyfive or possibly resulting in a loss to the ban from 000 to A majority of the clubs desired posslbly occur on Tlje measure we now are consider 18 With our price Ax we have carved Out a remarkable Program for the Next 6O days at The Goldsmith Come with the big Crowd thats sure to Be raise the limit for players to Jn takea all these 2 per cent bonds off but in deference to the who the hands of the banks at prices paid were opposed to that agreed to for them and places them in the guar the compromise fixing the limit for antee All the capital now tn players at and for playing man agers at Rules were adopted to enforce this The seasons salary for official scorers was fixed at It was de cided to open the playing season on April 22 and to close Sept Last years rule allowing clubs ou payment of games to cancel Trlstate to play with league teams was amended BO as to require a payment of for that tal now In vested ii government deposits is returned to the channels of commerce where it le gitimately and where trade of the country cau use Bank Autonomy The structure of the bill now before us is based upon that of our general Tho autonomy of the in dividual bank is preserved tne Bygtem the country wil dlvlded jnto notaredemptlon dis The meeting was a most harmonious and each bank will have a sin and each representative expressed V0te In electing a board of mana gers and each board of managers wll exercise governmental control over Its confidence In the outlook for the great est success the coming BAUMEISTFR BALKS Tells Interstate That Their League No Oil of sues m nt maatlntr a surprise was sprung at the meeting of the Interstate baseball league when President Baumelster of the Erie team refused to not claiming that respective The 6 per cent guaruntee fund es tablished by the cooperation of the banks in placing an amount equal to 6 per cent of their deposits and note IB sues In the United States treasury part of the re quired reserves there is no additional burden thrown upon the All the annual Income going into the the league had no official guarantee fund except the per cen tee at Cleveland last which de creed that there such a league and that Brie was a member for the first ought to exceed and the fixed charges ough preceded to organize for 1908 by elect pot to be more than ing C Rexford of Oil City presl A Would Lead the say that If of approximate o New Jam one of ue bittniost fights in Its existence view York county Republican commit ce adjourned without having indorsed ny candidate for the presidential nom An attempt to take up the abled resolution Indorsing Governor lushes failed and the meeting was ad ou rued for one who was convicted of complicity n the Westbrook murder and who was sentenced to ninetynine years in the Ohio was refused a new rial by the circuit Sarah Truax to ey has gone to Chi where on Saturday he will be rime be husband of Miss Sarah ttie Saving Father to his early in the morn is the meaning of this You are rylug in bed with your clothes Son a I do that so that If I oversleep myself I shall not be late at dorfer Reeves was o member of the old Vir glnia state guard at time of Browns and cashier of the First National bank of Lee recently were bound over to the grand jury at the conclu sion of their preliminary hearing be fore United States Commissioner Mar Both men furnished attempt was made to blow up the residence of millionaire president of the Someone entered the residence and turned 9ff the water froin the boiler ot the heating plant and opened all the drain The boiler was almost yers got nothing the Republi cans In the senate squelched the legis lation they sought to have The amendment was amend ment by wMek Bought to prohibit any ber actfngas aw officer at counsel or agent coiar pany1 or corporation engaged la Inter state transportation waa ad dressing the house Ansberry said he offered the amendment to the end that prison doors maV open to that class of citizens who disregard their plain duty to the He touched on the Brownsville affair and declared that no voice on the Republican had been raised when President Roose disregarding his plain as the substantial rights of the colored The Randell which went over from Wednesday and which prohibit the giving to senators and members by public service corpora tions of free transportation or the ac ceptance of the name by senators or again went over at the re A shrewd old doctor once said It I wanted to torture an I would tell him he bad an incurable His life would be and he would be almost certain to die before Ills you make a mistake in going Into law Instead of the armyt ClientBy the way you charge there would be little left of the Rash presumption Is a ladder wkkfe will break tbe mounters man until which case Baumelster and his art neglected to do Beifgoy4rnment to our Ashtabula and with oar made application for memquired reserves fh gold tolu or berehlp and were a currency always respond Ing to varying 4emands of aad the government absolutely di vorced from pur traee that our banking Twin 8t Is demio in In Bt Paul the regular pesthouse is said to be full and the health department is oaring for wherever New three Ue and the Aroerlcap Alre which hafe heeo for eome tlpie duties of anew In when dlscov ered and about ready to j quest of their author and the house Pittsburg Jan valued nearly bfll Joseph Stevenss son was leading the dog into his fathers sta ble when it spied the Jumping on the horse it fastened its teeth in the horses neck and held on until tho horse was choked to The dog was shot by Policeman Fos a trackwalker on the Allegheny Valley railroad between Donley and Klsklmlnetas Junction was killed by a train last Tuesday night and his body hurled through treetops along the river was not discovered until last The crew of a shifting en gine noticed a lantern and a cap lying beside the track and upon investiga tion found the ChnrleH pastor of the Phllllpuburg Lutheran died suddenly of apoplexy in He was born In Blair In entered the ministry in 1859 and had charges at Martins West Nortn Westmoreland and One his sons the Charles Streamer of Day the most remarkable manner of extin guishing fire occurred at a mining near when hun dreds of boys and girls waved the town with Ttw town has no fire department ond water is The flames had gained much headway and a building in which was tored sufficient powder to blow UP the village was As a last re source the entire population began throwing prevented an ex plosion and confined the flames to a halfdozen Su san daughter of William Cros displayed unusual bravery fighting three Vicious one of Which sue Investigating a com motion in a hen she discovered three bulldogs n of the she chicken the logs spri If you want furniture now the time to buy when you CM find everything In flteck that IB needed to make your home look If you anticipate camping out or spending the summer la your cottage It will pay you to look over pur selectlop of cot tage the thing for You can uae them on your porch or lews the daytime and use them for a bed at night Our evergrowing trade en ables us to carry a full line uptodate Furniture Wf aell at such reasonable pHoee that we never have but staples ou ha Christmas goods were up to the f vtalt tp our store will saV tt kte   

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