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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED MARCH 2 CENTS PER THE NEWS OF WASHINGTON Declares Samuel Gompers in Ad dress Before House Com mittee on Labor MADE SO BY COURT DECISIONS Ptetident of American Federation of Labor Makes Startling Statement In Advocating Passage of Eight Hour Oppose March President QomperR of the American Federation accompanied by several union men of tho District ot Colum made his flrst appearance before the house committee on labor In the Mrles of hearings on the eighthour which has been going on for vice president of the W Fletcher company of Ho and representing also the National Metal Trades asso made a presentation of facts and deductions against the proposed He as have all of his prede cessors before the committee in the construction that if the bill be a law his company will be corn mailed to ceaso bidding for govern ment In addition to Edward representing tho electrical workers of the District of and John representing tbe italon plasterers of the made arguments in support of the They both stated that organized labor is op posed to overtime In they that in the bylaws of the they represented they had penalized overtime by charging almost prohibi tive rates lor Gompers made a plea for gasiage ot the measure and emphat V en Women Suffer Headache back languor or feel dull and special care should be taken to maintain the general and to assist Nature through the time of unusual As a womans BEECH AM S PILLS have held first place for nearly sixty new life to the system and supply neces sary aid when it is most Beechams Pills impart nerve act gently on the regulate the improve the create appetite and promote Their tonic properties relieve weakness and quickly Renew Health and Spirits Sold In txA This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Anoter Large Con signment Just THE QIB50N FURNTQRE fcafly contradicted the assertion thai had made before tho committee by employers representatives hut worklngmen an a rule were in fnvoi of working overtime if they rccciveo j extra pay for the Ho claimed that the representatives of some ol the employers who had appeared be fore the committee during these hear Ings had been Instrumental In socur Ing legislation that practically hat made outlaws of union When asked by Vreeland to ex plain his Gompers said The suits that have been brought against the organizations of labor and which have reached final decision by the supreme court of the United States have outlawed the ordinary actions of the labor organizations that had been regarded as lawful until those deci sions were and the very fact that a union of workmen has come toj an agreement with a large number of employers to maintain Industrial peace between them is cited and held to be proof of the success of a con spiracy in restraint of render Ing not only the organization and Its but the men In that organi liable to be sued in the courts for threefold damages which a dissat isfied employ er with whom they cannot come to an agreement and with whom they have been In Under the law I and under the decision these men can be proceeded against In the federal courts and if found guilty may be im prisoned for one year and fined or Consideration of the postoffice ap propriation bill was resumed in the A noteworthy speech by Hamilton of Michigan upholding the right of the federal government to control corporations and sustaining the president in his attitude toward them was the feature of the proceed Other addresses were made by Small of North Carolina and Finley of South each of which attacked the proposition to In crease the pay for ocean mall service on the ground that It was but a sub terfuge for a ship Cotton as a base for the issuance of treasury notes In times of money stringency was the feature of a iptech on the ponding currency bill by Senator McLaurin of McLaurin thought there was no special need for currency legislation and claimed that the policies of the Republican party were responsible for the recent Senator Gallin ger secured an agreement to vote on the ocean mail ship subsidy bill on the 20th James president of tbe International Typographical and president of the local typographical conferred with President Roosevelt at the white bouse regarding the appointment of a public The presidents callers did not recommend anyone in particu but told him they would appre ciate It If he would select a practical printer for the It was pointed out that in the appointment of some one who has practical experience in such considerable money would be saved to tho government and also that there would be leas friction in the The president did not Indi cate to his visitors what he would BEQUEST DECLINED Four Negroes March Tom Ranston and two Jenkins broth all were lynched at Van twenty miles north of by a Final If a woman cant convince hersolf any other way that her husband lovos her she can do it by remembering he told her so before tliey were Swarthmore College Declines to Qlve Up Intercollegiate March board of managers of Swarthmore college have declined to accept land anil coal property bequeathed to the Institution by the late Anna Jeanes of this city on condition that all participa te crcolleglato sports and tames j it WUK at the time the quest was made public that the prop erty was worth upward of but the committee reported that after a careful Investigation It found that under the will the college was appar ently the conditional recipient of 930 acres of land In Centre In Carbon county and an interest In the Swartman in which Hazel Brook Luzerne Is But It was found that Miss Jeanes Interest In the Centre county land had been transferred and that the land In Carbon county contains no coal or other mineral and that the tract In Liworne county from a mining standpoint had been nearly worked This including Miss Jeanes interest in the Hazel Brook IB worth from to The Carbon county land Is esti mated as being worth from to and the entire bequest at pos aibly und probably not more than I Wonderful Are you said the that there are certain church pewsto which the contribution basket Is never passed It Is a These pews are In cer tain old churches In In Boston and In u number of New Eng land They have been rented on a uoncontrlbutlon basket basis for a couple of In the It Is men slept in They even played draughts nud the advent of the contribution basketwould have been nn amazing Interruption to So for a very much higher rental they obtained pews that the collectors Ig Those pews in churches that like to keep up the quaint customs of the past nro still nati MORE APPEAR Captain Winelow and Commander Key Find Fault With I i March ttere are serious defects In the construction ot American battleships was charged by Captain assistant j chief of the bureau of navigation or j I tue navy and Commander L former naval aida to Pres1 j I Ti u nicr officer said the ships undo Aihnirul Kvans were all over draff wliLn they loft Hampton He defended Admiral Rojestvensky for taking the Russian ships Into battle with full bunkers of saying that the Russian commander could not have done for he did not know how far he would be compelled to C6mmandor Key attempted to direct the form of his own testi mony and incurred tho displeasure of the committee on that account Ho criticized the armor belt and the gun decks ag being too low and the ammu nition hoists as He attempted to dispute the testimony of other offi especially Chief Constructor but was not permitted to do After a long discussion of procedure the witness took up the subject of ar mor Ho said that the bells should not be placed around a ficti tious water but should be locat ed with regard to the actual lino when a vessel Is equipped for He criticized the speed tests of battle ships and declared that the vessels run so light that the test Is of no value In ascertaining the actual speed of a ves ael when carrying full crew and Why should contractors be permit ted to bamboozle the country with these fictitious speed testa T asked They should That Is just what 1 have been trying to re plied Commander He then pre sented a German criticism to the ef fect that tbe American and English tests are of no while the Ger man tests are made In accordance with war IN LIMELIGHT ONCE MORE Waste of You never change your mind about do you Whats the use rejoined the ego 1 found years ago that 1 was just us liable to be wrong the second time as I was the Tha you sloped with did you leave a note telling iiople where you bad gone Ga of If I how would pupa have known where to UH any X OF THREE STATES t ONE WORD IN TIME Is Better Than Two A Chance to Profit by a Greenville Mans It Is a strange thing how people will put away an opportunity until too late Its only little things that go to make up our everyday exist ence the trouble is we dont pay sufficient attention to Some times It comes after a hard days or a slight It will pass you eay its only the result of overtaxing my It iant the fault of your but your Tho exertion of straining has Inter fered with their delicate You call It but it really is kidney If tho kidneys are not chronic disorders set and this Is whore the little thing should not be pased A Green ville man has learned to appreciate what delay 51 South Race says About two years ago my husband suffered a severe strain and from that time ho has suffered a great deal with pains In the There seemed to be a constant dull aching through the loins and he could hardly attend to his He finally procured Doans Kidney Pills at Aldenderfers drug store and since using this rem edy he has not had a backache or any other symptom of kidney trou All his old symptoms have been removed and he is in perfect LoanB Kidney PlHs are ot much For sale by all deale FpsterNUlburn Neflt sole agents Bern ce 60 TJnUed March Share well known In this was found dead In a March Davis of this city has been appointed forj elgn trade commissioner by Secretary of Commerce and Labor March James i Carlson while walking through the pulp mills here was caught in the He died at tbe March age is on trial here for the murder of Professor John Rand at Beaver Falls March Ohio and Kanawha rivers are falling at points above The crest of tho flood reached here last night and the water is now March Joseph a miner out of who shot and killed his wife of four months in Schoenberners saloon In was captured after a chase of several in which the pursued man several March road Detectives Sherrets and Mathlas lodged twentyeight trespassers in the county In addition to the fortyseven captured one night last makes a total of seventyfive tramps In March keg of powder exploded Injuring four persons and wrecking a double house belonging to the Punxsutawney Coal An blown twenty feet from Its mothers did not receive a March Jej mlma the oldest woman In died at the residence of her only James after a two weeks sailings was born in Clarksville eightyeight years where her grandfather settled In March ForlniNli and her fourteenyearold daughter saved themselves from being burned to death by climbing out of a window to a porch in thoir night clothes and dropping to the ground In bare The house was dostroyed und all effects wore March wasi received here from the American min ister at Guatemala City ot the death last Sunday of malarial fever of Pro fessor head of the botani cal department at the Ohio state uni Professor Kellennan went to Guatemala about a month ago to study the flora Upper March Twentylive whltecaps rode into Me near and com pletely riddled bullets the home of Constable Peter The masked visitors objected to the pres ence of a uegress as ft servant in the home of Defter further similar Evelyn Nesbu Thaw Seeks An nulment of Marriage on Ground of Insanity PAPERS WILL BE FILED TODAY Thaw Will Fight Suit of Woman for Whose Sake He Killed Architect Stanford Thaw Denies Any Surveillance of New March Nes bit Thaw today will Institute proceed ings for the annulment of her mar rlaga to Harry The action will be based on the allegation that the defendant was insane when the union was Thaw purposes to defend the and an early trial is In the meantime Uie by mutual will remain In official statements by counsel for both parties was confirmed the long suspected culmination In the wedded lives of Stanford Whites slayer and the woman whose story In his defense March In Ohio or West Virginia a packet containing several hundred dollars worth of jewelry is traveling on a freight Tony Bauer made the haul from Hubbards jewelry store by breaking a plateglass When caught he confessed that during the pursuit he threw the booty on a mov ing freight March town of Girurdville Is aroused by the receipt of letters by the Martin j Coleman of Joseph E Irish Catholic the Mitukas of Vincents Lutheran church and The priests are threat ened with death unless they place a sum of money at a specified place and Monoghan la warned that be must leave March newl rebuilt high school building here destroyed by fire with All the pupils The 800 pupils were Just assembling when Professors Zener and White smelled They went to the attic to Upon opening the door they were met by a rush of Both suffered the loss ol eyebrows and but were not seriously March force of telephone linemen while hanging a wire cable had to stop work and beat a retreat because Michael TobasBp ami daughter Teresa defend ed their property rights In To bansog absence by showering empty beer bottles on the heads of the line raeu from the third Ktory of their resi Several linemen were badly cut In the March four of the little children of and Da vid Davis of Nowtou town went Into their parents bedroom tney saw their mother and a one year old child lying lu bed with their heads crushed by an For several days Davis had brooded over inability to pay a mortgage and had acted pecu Early lu the morning he arose after striking his sleeping wife and child oj the head with an ho tried to WjPhimself the Pull ing in he went to the barn and hanged Davis and the child are believed to be fatally The Mlns Bkyllo appears to have lost her attractiveness for the sold one replied the other she didnt lose Her father lost It on the Stool gooH and faithful Judge prefers the boucat to the Get Hazel Bold Wltcb r when apprised of his wifes had made no comment except to de clare that he was at the time ot his marriage and expressed his wil lingness to meet the IT WROTE The Authors Story of the Origin of My Brander Matthews wrotean account of the circumstances uuder which My was writ and the poems James Ryder approved Professor Matthews In Colonel Randall read In the New Or leans Delta news of the attack on tbe Massachusetts troops as they passed through This account greatly excited Randall wrote In answer to a let ter from Professor I und long absent from my native and the startling event there Influenced my nil That night 1 could not dis miss from my mind what I had read in tho About midnight I lit a candle and went to my Some powerful Influence seemed to possess and almost Involuntarily I proceeded to write the song of My I remember that this Idea seemed to take Blmpe as music In my wild air that I cunnot now TUB wholo poem was off rapidly when once It was not com posed In cold but under what may be culled a conflagration of the senses If not an Inspiration of the in No one was moru surprised than I was at the widespread and in stantaneous popularity I hud been BO strangely stimulated to Colonel Randall always told his friends that the poem wrote New York EVELYN THAWS LATEST brought her an uphappy notoriety as wide as the reading For weeks It had been gossiped that a divorce was imminent and even during Thaws last throughout which his wife stood gamely by it was pretty generally believed that whatever the outcome for the prisoner the two would never again live These reports were frequently based on rumored opposition to the young woman on the part of the Thaw fam In their counsel denied that William Harrys had taken any part in the proposed Evelyn Not Colonel Franklin counsel for the elder made a state ment In which he said that there was no truth in the reports that detectives employed by William Thaw had bad her daughterinlaw under sur veillance for As to a possible Colonel Bartlett said The matter Is There every disposition on the part of my clients to be absolutely fair and just toward Evelyn Thaw and to make lib eral provision for her support and even more than Harry Thaw has sought a reconciliation and has not desired that his wife should but she desires a permanent sev erance of the marital Any thought of espionage upon the young Thaw would be abhorrent to William Thaw and has not at any time been entertained by Soon after Colonel Bartletts inter view became public Russell Pea personal counsel to left for since his last Thuw had been confined in the asylum for the criminal After a talk with his client Peabody re turned to the city and by appointment met Daniel one of Thaws former who is now counsel for Evelyn The conference ex tended well into the and at its conclusion said Pipers to Be Served Papers will be served on Pea body today by me as counsel for Eve lyn Thaw in an action for annulment of the The action will be on tbe ground that at the time of the April Harry Thaw was insane and did not know what he was This action has been thought of for It will be tried in New York As yet no mention has been made of any settlement in favor Of after the annulment proceedings are through and they are in some action might yN for ths recovery of ovunaol had OReillys aid I visited Harry at Matteawan and tolfl him tbe Intentions of big wife Hi willing o defend the Peabody bu Doing To dig ones own to shock ones own to pick ones own ap to pile ones own squashes at ones own burn It Is like ailing ones system with an antitoxin before going Into a fever plagued One is immune to winter after provided he stays to bake his apples In his own wood works himself Into u glow with all his digging and picking and piling that lusts until warm weath er comes and along with thin harvest glow comes stealing him the after harvest It Is the se reulty of Indian the mood of the after harvest upon npun him and his fields and Dallas Lore Sharp In Case For Have you fixed up my will Just the way I told you asked the sick who was the possessor of many needy relatives and some well to do but grasping I asserted the Just as strong and tight as you can make eh asked bis The lawyer All said the sick Now I want to ask you one pro do you think stands the best chance of getting the property when Im Would Take Green who thinks of But is the girl honest Can she be Brown the girls foruiur need not be In the least She Is perfectly bonest All time she was with me 1 never inew her to take a not even my advice as to bow things should bo Transcript Explosive Force of looked upon as the tamest of Is as great an explosive as dy namlto under certain In one day water breaks up more earth and rock than all the gun cotton and dynamite In the world do In a These explosives can be con trolled by human but water does not hold Knolf accountable to It runs Into the expands und splits the soil Into little Finding a crack in a huge It repeats tho sumo forcing It If frozen In the pores of H tree it often explodes with u report like a guusliot and tho force of a dyna mite TWO CHINESE HANGED Embrace Christianity and 0te Death With March Chi Jow and Mock banged at Moyamenslng prison here for the murder of two fellowcountry men during an outbreak in the Chi nese quarter on the night of July Since their conviction the two men have embraced both becoming Both men went to their death stoically and neither uttered a word after leaving the The hanging was expedltlously only two minutes having elapsed from the time the sheriff and party left the prison clerks office to the spring ing of the The murderers were pronounced dead fifteen minutes The Rev Lee Hung of the Philadel phia Baptist Chinese mission took charge of the bodies and wilt give them a Christian Among those who saw the execution were the Frederick head of the Christian Chinese mission In this who shot in the arm dur ing the fight which resulted in the and state elec trician of New who has officiat ed at 110 electrocutions and saw flrst hanging last Fined for March St Louis and San Francisco Railway company was fined by Judge Djjer in the United States district tke company offering a written plea of guilty to the thirteen Indictments charging that the road granted re bates to the Chapman Dewey Lum ber company of Kansas A fine of was imposed on each this being the minimum penalty under the Alleged Jap Spy March Japanese was arrested after a struggle In whiek almost chewed off two fingers of a man named The latter alleges that be was approached by the who asked him if he would go with him to Ban Francisco to get drawings the fortifications tunny Thing About The policeman who usually guards the Broadway and Dey street but who Is now off on sick leave as a result to stop runaway a reminiscent All sorts of people pass the cor he One1 day I missed a German porter who was in the babit of stopping to spent to me every A few days later he and I asked him where he had in What part of Jersey I I dont replied tbe Ger Funny thing bout them towns over in They all have different York It was and the conductor rang the bell violently as the omnibus crossed over at the The driver drew up with a sudden No one and after waiting for a second or two the conductor ran up tho stalls two steps at a Didnt you say you wanted the Mansion Oust be of a large and reposeful lady la front she snld without making any attempt to responded the If you still want It youd better come cause I cant shift It any closer for and with cutting em phasis tbe osses is tired of Courts In the One of the barristers In north of England held his a tree In a vicarage the Tillage schoolroom not being at This is not by any JB the court held in Deborah in the book of it will be gave judgment under a palm according to held their courts close by theflur and re flux of the and In the fifteenth century tlie admiralty court used to sit on a quay at Law Absolutely Pure Tho only bmklny made with
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