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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING 190J 2 CENTS PER A REAL CZAR Even the Autocratic Rules Committee Feels Heel of Speaker Presents Prohibition Bill FAVORS PEMI BILL President Gompera Makes Plea for Limit to Injunction Abuses by the Courts CANNOH HUMILIATES DALZELL MfuMi to Recognize One of the Big Four to Introduce Resolution to In vettloate Peonage In Southern Senate Talks Merchant unusual spectacle of the committee on rules being overruled by Its the on the floor of the house of representatives was witnessed In that much to the discomfiture of a member of the Dalzell brought In a resolution providing for an Investigation peon age In the southern but the on an objection by Mann ot held It was not Despite Dalzells the speaker refused to alter his decision and the resolution was The army appropriation carry lag was taken After Hull of Iowa had explained its provisions Slayden of Texas erlt iclied the enormous extravagances for the military while Holllday of Indiana pleaded for Increased pay for the enlisted men of fee Ocean mall subsidy and currency legislation were both the subjects of speeches In the Senator Gal linger opened the debate In favor of his bill for ocean mall subsidy to build up an American merchant marine and he was followed by Senator who strongly approved the Senators Simmons of North Carolina and Whyto of Maryland spoke in crit of the Aldrich currency Senator Whyte announcing that he not vote for any measure now before the President Gompers of the American Federation of before the house committee on the asserted that labor organizations are not going to be driven out of not withstanding adverse decisions by the expressed confidence that tbe president of the United States sln sympathizes with all our peo ple and added I have reasons to that the president Is not thor oughly Informed as to the real remedy the cause of These were made in an argument lie Pearre bill to regulate the Issu je of restraining Injunc V This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signmentJust THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE 01Q Tons aiitTtoinrirr Tie moaning of con spiracy in certain Of ali the measures before the ju diciary said the Pearre bill comes the nearest to giving the working people what they ISvcnls have demonstrated clearly to my he that It IB the only bill that can be at all ef fective to deal with these Invasions of human So far as the repre sentatives of the American Federation of Labor are able to I can say to you now that they would rather suffer the wrongs that they hop Ing and praying and working for a time when effective justice will be granted than to consent to a wrong principle which would effectual ly and for a great length of time man acle the working people and prevent any sort of tangible believing and knowing that time will bring the relief to which these people are en The Pearre Gompers Is Intended to bring the Injunction process where It was before It was abused in Its application to labor dis The trend of the decisions ot the said has been to take away from tho workingman the principle of effective defense against encroachment of onerous The climax was reached when the su preme court handed down its decision in what Is known as the hat Under that decision It made labor or ganizations Illegal combinations and conspiracies In restraint of I dont know what the courts will do and whnt executives wll goaded on by our victorious but I want to say to just as solemnly as I can that the organizations of labor which have done so much to pro tect and Improve the condition of the working people not be driven You cannot afford to place the stigma of unlawfulness upon the organiza tions which hnve done no much within the law to improve the condition of the working Gompers traced the passage of the Sherman antitrust bill and said that during Its consideration he had been assured by numbers of senators and representatives that It would not interfere with tbe organization of la bor and that under no form of con struction would it be held by the courts that labor organizations were Included in tho operations of the meas Now that decisions of the courts fcave settled that he declared that it is for congress to pass reme dial Gompers made the prediction that the labor organi zations will be heard from In the Im pending The evils of the Injunction were pointed out by who cit ed an injunction issued by Judge Day ton during a strike of the wiremen of the Ball Telephone The in lie forbnde almost any thfng within One day a strike breaking wireman climbed a pole near a home occupied by n union man and his A dog belonging to tho cou ple came out of the house and barked at the pole The wife of the union man addressing the dog calling htm by Get away from Do not bark at that The husband came ami spolco to his wife and the couple then entered the Complain was made to Judge Dayton that the Injunction had been violated and the judge sentenced the couple to sixty days imprisonment for contempt of his Injunction Arguments in opposition to the Gard ner eighthour bill were heard by the house committee on Andrew representing the George Fuller Construction company James a builder of this and Samuel Miller of tbe MillerCopp Cut Stone company of gaive thoir There was unanim ity of opinion that the passage of the bill would mean that it would be diffi cult to secure bids on government work from the large firms of the The clause In the bill prohib iting overtime even when the men are for such was condemned by overy one of the speak who said that their experience had invariably been that workmen were glad of the chance to work over time when they could get paid for 4 The retirement on full pay of any Judge of a Uullcd Slates who has held his commission for at least ten years and reached the age of sev enty years Is provided in a bill Intro duced by Senator which was re ported favorably liy the senatq commit tee on the Representative Lilly of Connecticut submitted to the rules committee of the house formal charges that the Electric Boat company had used wrongful methods to secure legisla He declares his ability to prove hJs charges tEefii ujr for which will probably be The standing com mittee of correspondents Is investigat ing charges that Washington newspa per correspondents are involved in this Acheson of Pennsylvania has in troduced in the house a bill providing for an amendment to the constitution to prohibit the sale and importation in the United States and in all ot the territory over which the United States has or shall have juris diction of Intoxicating cocaine or other narcotic ex cept for medicinal and mechanical No lady can afford to miss Jane Dlanchards lecture at the opera Wednesday afternoon at CUT ON ERIE REDUCTION ON The Cut Will Take Place on March 22 and the Men Will Meet March 16 to Take The chairmen ot tho Meadvllle un ions of the conductors and telegraph opera tors have received notice from Gen eral Manager Stuart of the Erie railroad that the wage agreement be tween the unions and the Erie will come to an end on March and asked that there be a representative committee appointed to meet the managment of the road before that time to arrange the scale which will wines FAILED At the opening of license court charges of violation ot liquor laws on which the AntiSa loon league depended to prevent grant ing to five leading hotels were causing great Failure of witnesses to appear and tes tify is tbe reason All licenses are being opposed on the ground that the Brooks law Rubber pads and Advance Argus obtain in the On Friday a number of the union leaders were asked to meet Stuart in Jersey They were met by who informed j them of tho intended cut in thej wages of tho The union men j insisted on the 30 days notice whlcl j is stipulated in the agreement be tween tbe road and its and Mr Stuart agreed to notify all Meadvllle chairmen of the intended After some telegraphing the un Ions came to an agreement to mee in New York on March and al that time the unions will decide on their action in regard to the Beale Tn Bankruptcy Court involuntary petition In bankruptcy has been filed In the United States district court against Congressman Joseph Edward Hill and Daniel doing business as the Leechburg Banking The bank closed on 17 und on the following day a petition for a receivership was filed in Armstrong county before Judge The bank confessed judgments to a number of creditors and The creditors appearing have claims amounting to Among these are the Penn Sick and Accident Bene fit with a claim of for deposits John with a claim of and four totaling Kodol is a scientific preparation ot vegetable acids with natural dlges found In a healthy Bach tants and contains the same juices dose will digest than grains of good Sold by Harry West CHURgffREOEOICATED Edifice Desecrated by Murder Recon secrated With Solemn Eliza beths Catholic desecrated by the murder of Father Leo Sunday has been redodlcatnd with solemn The service was conducted by the Percy Phil chancellor of the having been authorized In a telegram from Bishop who is nour in Los An The blessing will be followed by reconsecralion services on the re turn of the District Attorney Stldger is arrang ing for a speedy trial of the man who killed Father who is confined in jail at Colorado Springs under strong H Is likely that Allo will be brought back to Denver the latter part of this week or the first of next week and immediately arraigned on a charge of murder in the first The murderer at first said his name was Guiseppe Later from pa pers found in his lodgings the police were led to believe that hin name might bo Angelo but as sassin says his right name is Gui seppe In the twenty centuries of tbe his tory of the Catholic members of Its priesthood In this city there is no record of a tragedy to parallel that of the killing of Father Leo Helnrlchs while administering the sacrament toGiuseppo Allo at the al tar of Elizabeths This they will stand out as one of the most fearful In criminal rec ords and Its perpetration may result In the canonization of Father Leo as a martyr of the church in whose serv ice he fell while performing his TRISTATENEWSIN BRIEF Van Emen of a livery business committed suicide by cutting his ert a harness com mitted suicide ot near by throwing himself under a Mil pastor of the Beaver United Pres byterian has tendered his res ignation to accept a call at Marga ret age and an in fant aon were burned to death at their homo in Abbottstown by the explosion of a las age walking in his was struck by a locomotive and seriously He was attired In his night last two of the automobiles in the New York Paris endurance test have crossed the western Ohio line and are battling with snowdrifts in Northern age committed suicide at his home near Frlcks after being reprimanded by his He went to the garret and hanged Joseph Populashick was killed by an Alle gheny Valley He was knocked down and robbed in daylight here ten days ago by a negro who is now await ing court Me Connell sentenced Frank and John Kruplck to twelveand ten years in the They were found guilty of second dpgree hav ing killed Beta Jerrick at Penn is re ported from California that the coro ners Inquest into the death of Charles Emale would develop some sensational as there Is a growing feeling that it was not a Chinese was impor tuned by another Chinese for the loan of Charley whereupon he was knocked beaten Insen sible and the money taken from his of the Hotel Schenley supplied thirtyfive gal lons of hot coffee to the men who are working in Schenley They will repeat this every day at noon and will also provide shoes and clothes for those who need druggist at was arrest ed accused of The charge was preferred by constable of who alleges that the of fense was committed 10 and at divers other times during the last two The Crissman store was discov ered on fire several times within a first certification of the nomination of a candidate for presidential elector for president for next November was made In the office of secretary of The candidate is former State Senator Godfrey of the Fifth Who was nominated last State Fish Commissioner Meehan has instructed his wardens that hereafter sawdust will be considered a poison under section 20 of tbe act of 1901 relative to tbe pollution of and that they shall prosecute all persons who pollute streams with this NO WHITEWASH Former AuditorGeneral Lewis Story as to the famous Whitewash in Huston Pleads Ignorance of Important Mat ters Connected With Trim ming of State Capitol FAITH IN HUSTON WAS SUBLIME Former Auditor General Under Cross Examlnatlon Takes Refuge In Al leged Ignorance of Important Trans actions Connected With efforts to break down the defense in the trial of the stato capltol conspir acy suit In the Dauphin county court were made by James chief counsel for the in the crossexamination of former Auditor General the first of the de fendants to be called us a witness In his own Suyder declared that he did not know at the time of the award of tho contract for furnishing the cupltol to John San one of the that the schedule did not specify the quan tity of the articles to be furnished that he Snyder made no effort to as certain this and that he trusted to Ar chitect It was brought out in Snyders cross examination that Sanderson was the only bidder who had filed a bond of with his old and that nothing was said in tho schedule upon which the bids were received about this bond Snyder said he did not know how Sanderson received this In formation that ho had not told and that he was under the impression that all of the bidders had been told by former Superintendent Shumaker that they would be required to file such a Huston Alone to Scarlet also brought out that while Sanderson was the lowest bid der on all but three of the fortyone Items in the schedule the state would have saved if contracts had been awarded to the lowest bidders on these three Asked why the board did not readvertise for bids when It was found that Sanderson was the only bidder on alMhe Items In the schedule and was tbe only bidder who had complied with the bond require Snyder said We had to get the building ready for the legislature of the bids having been opened six months pre vious to the opening of the and wo decided that in view of the fact that Sanderson was the lowest bidder as a whole on all the items we thg cmjtract we mauo tho award we sent for the architect atitl consulted him and he said tho bids were Then the board had no restraining Influence on Huston and yet you knew he was at one end of the line and Sanderson was at the said the board had confi dence in tho replied the Asked If there never was a time when this confidence might not have been Sliyder replied It did not cotne while tlio furnish ing ot thecapltol was under Denies Whitewash Snyder also denied that he had as sisted In the preparation ot the Hus ton letter fo former Attorney General Caraon and that the letter which the witness and Governor Pennypacker wrote to Carson In the same investiga tion was written with Intent to white wash or dovetail Into other He said that he had not conspired with anybody to cheat and defraud the state in the furnishing of tbe capltol and that he had not received one cent directly or Indirectly on account of the capltol Snyder was on the stand uil day and will be recalled when the trial Is re sumed In his direct examina which continued throughout the morning he denied that he was In Philadelphia the day Stanford assistant to said he appeared in Hustons office and dictated the letter himself relative to tho correctness of the measurements of certain metal filing Lewis was in court all day taking notes of Snyders testimony and will probably be called by the common wealth In The defense does not expect to close before There will be three speeches on each side 10 the so it is doubtful It the case will reach the jury before the middle of next Famished Wolf Runs famished wolf came out of the swamp near here and ran through the biting three persons before It was Al len a railroad was so severely bitten on the right leg that he Immediately started for Louts for fearing hydro John Lewis and a small negro boy were also Citizens pursued the wolf to the swamp and shot it Detached Arm Telia Mute arm ot a nan was found wedged between the trucks of a mull car on the Santa Fe road when it arrived In the It Is believed the man was killed at some point outside Chicago while stealing a ride on the Noted Surgeon Dead at Isaac a wellknown is dead here ef blood He was Infected while performing NEW Samuel of who formerly lived has moved to Deer with his Whltfleld on account ot the lit health of Thomas and James White have been working near the past Dally hns sold his farm and bought another near Bodlne Charles Bruce bought Dailys farm and Fred Amon purchased Singing school Is doing Over sixty of our young people are taking advantage of this excellent opportun The Saturday night closes tho Dllley has rented the McFet ridge east of and Homer who Is on the Bunney has rented a farm near owned by John of will farm the Bunney Miss Kate of wan home over Otto Mitchell and of Polk visited the latters who IB quite over Sun Don of spent a couple of days with his mother last He Is assisting this week In a play at Grove Lloyd i ot Is home with his to remain till Sam of Is home for a few Livingston Is resting a lit tle easier but is In a very critical condition Guy spent a few days last week with her Vorous underwent an op eration for appendicitis last She is getting along Don McCalmont is working at Will Coles during Coles ab of Is Itlng her Otis Opitz expects to take posses sion of his recently pur chased and in the near fu It Is the property where stood for many years the old woolen factory known as Bnmers which has been torn down and tim ber used in repairing Frank of1 spent Sunday with his and George Henderson and and and Harve of North spent a social evening with Joseph Grove and Services at the church wert conducted by Sun day evening and singing was the i main 1r g T SYSTEM LOS7 STANDARD CLAIM Great Northern Decision May Force Payment of Huge Fine Uandls Im Oil Trust surance that the Standard OH Com in the may have to pay the fine of imposed by Kenesaw Mountain Landls was given attorneys for the government today in the opion of the Supreme Court In the case ot the United States against the Great Northern Railroad The court decid ed that the Elkins rebate under which the Standard was was not repealed by the Hepburn act The Standard has not yet complet ed the appeal of ita case to the Court of so It is not accur ate to say that this case controls but it is accurate to say that the opinion of the Supreme Court today goes a long way toward cutting aw the ground under The Modern The modern girl can do everything a man can do and do it on less food and with less says a No man could live the life tbe ordinary society womatt leads and not be wreck at the end of the first Certainly no man could run the risks the average woman runs in the mere matter of health and not become a confirmed invalid ou the Persian With the Persian one can not dis cuss his To ask a Persian about his wife Is a grave breach of The most you can do is to ask about mother of his If he has only daughters ho does not mention them they are a misfortune to be suffered in Talk Clear cloaucut who can condense their are HO rare that they are in great Kverytlilng Is covsred up with The whole tendency ot modern life is toward Rhetorical condensation is becoming a lost SHOTS LIST a committed suicide at his home here last Sitting on the side of his he rested his head on the muzzle of bis shotgun and blew his head He had been sick two Worst was for years the champion wing shot of Northwestern White spent a few days In Oil City tho first of the ot spent Sunday with his parents in this and of Oil visited relatives here Limber and were guests of at Salem the past Margaret Ross has returned from a visit at Oil and and Smith and and of at tended the banquet given by the The Farmers Institute was very and was both entertain ing and The speakers were of the best and handled their subjects Paul who has been In Franklin for some is spending a few weeks with his parents Brown preached at Meadvllle last Bmmett Carrlnger is spending a few days at The banquet of Febru ary was a success socially and Hadley Sandy Clarks were Proceeds were about Davis Is calling on frlendr In southern Mercer this The best remedy known today for all stomach troubles is which is guaranteed to give prompt It is a natural dlgestant it Sold by Harry Valuable Remedy Tor and an attorney at says I have Chamberlains Cough sttemedy tn my family tor colds and with yoo4 I aim to always keep thto remedy in the Sold by fv Greenville and   

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