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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED MARCH CENTS ALBIONSCHOOL GOES UP IN FLAMESA MASS OF TIRADE AGAINST ROOSEVELT Senator Tillman Makes Sensational Attack on President Roose velt in the Senate HE ACCUSES HIM OF BAD FAITH Paul Morton Case as Evidence That Presidents Efforts In Behalf of Corporate Reform Are Not Sin Has Interested March a cau tion unusual for Senator Ttllnmn Nad part of his speech in the sen ate In which he denounced executive encroachment legislative With this apparent cmiilon he proceed ed to deliver one of the most and denunciatory nddresses ever beard In that He was given a careful Most of the senators M both sides of the chamber wore in their places and the galleries were with His speech was kased on his resolution Instructing the committee ou finance to inquire national banks of New York are in the of furnishing perina capital for speculative enter The resolution was Tillman said In part Is always loud mouthed and vehement In the procla matlon of hiB own purity ot purposci and He hiia absolute faith in his own infallibility and is appar ently so drunk with power that he un consciously lapses Into the Imperial wp and sends cablegrams about me and my But these things arc of small vnsnrleti of a noble and impetuous and we could pass them by were it not for the ex istence of coldblooded facts to show executive responsibility for many of file evils which exist without Cites Paul Morton Paul Morton as vice president of the Santa le said Till in the rebate cases laid himself open to Indictment and liability to per but the president peremptorily refused to permit Messrs Judson and Harmon to prosecute Tillman reviewed the events o the recent currency crisis and charged Wall street with many The profits Ibis nefarious stock raongerlng he found their way into the pockets of the very men with tho ovil results of their fraud pose as saviours nnd uncrowned kings and are lauded to the skies when they were really try Ing to save themselves from the dls sters which threatened to overwhelm hem along with the deluded 3ne of these saviours had done more ban any other of the money kings tb eltige tho stock market with watered Referring to recent conferences In He white house to consider legisla Tillman asked why It was sat efforts of the Republican party n the senate had been Who Is going to be the spnnlel messenger to bring bills here the looking about he senate us If waiting for a 1 am going to watch and he amid laughter from all parts f the chain Dont FavorLabor Beveridge asked the speaker If he would name the radical legislation le had said the president Is Rending to Jne He replied thnt he dis agreed with the doctrine to railroads to Beveridge asked whether Tillman favored the labor eglslatlon proposed by the I shall never yield that one irmn shall say to another that be shall not declared Unfolding a roll containing exhibits of clearing house certificates he hand ed them to Senator Beveridge and asked him to pass them along among the faithful on that Shaking helr Republican senators de This Is ihe Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Another large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE Youngstown can now boast of a juvenile the organ ization being known as the Parmeloe School Juvenile The band is composed of some thirty ranging In ago from 10 to 14 The rep utation of the Greenville juve nile band has spread far and and is an Incentive for other towns to affect similar ON THE STAID Recites History of Standard Oil i and Effect Upon the Oil Business IOFI TIE it in n Frame Structure an Easy Prey to Flames and is Qui cklyi Deduced to Ashes Late Hour Probably Prevented Awful Holocaust March history ot the bosliiniiiK of the Standard Oil company and the conditions that exist ed In tho oil trade previous to the combination of the rellnerles were re cited by Lewis of in the governments ouster suit against the Standard Oil company Tho first witness examined after March Albion public school building was burned to tho Monday The fire was In the new part of the which Is known as the an The flames were emanating from the roof of the building on the southeast Hundreds of people rushed to the scene of the but owing to an inadequate water noth ing could be done to stay the nnd the frnmo structure was n heap of rulnB in two It was one of the most and yet most Albion has many Ttcan be doubted had occurred while was In tho loss of life would have been Fortunately the building was Much of the contents of the build POLICE CALLED TO STOP RUSH ERIE clined the offer amid general j the hearing convened was Darby Senator Halo suggested that j o New whofirst was upon rillman address himself to the ques Jon of a remedy nnd not merely con demn what has been The harangue of the aWe speech of the senator said THE B1Q Halo amid laughter as he correct ed Take the harangue back or take back the able said It cant be Mentions Case of Tillman spoke ugaln of tho acts of John Walsh of Chicago in con nection with the banks of that city and chided the committee on finance because It had not acted favorably 011 his resolution for an investigation of the acts of Aldrlch replied when that reso lution was considered all transactions concerning were the grand jury In Chicago and since that time he had been indicted and con and he added that the action of the clearing house in Chicago in respect to I lie Walsh bunks was In his opinion not only justified but entirely Nickelodeon Panic March Keep your heads and wulk out slowly and you will be all shouted the operator when the film at a movingpicture show caught ire and Tho which was packed with women and was soon filled with One man started to run for the only exit and was promptly knocked down by an All es caped the stand last Darby was an independent peddler and competed with a peddler for the Standard Oil He said that he always sold oil to the consumers nt 14 cents a gallon while the Standard Oil wugon sold oil for 0 cents a Darby sail hiH business Increased gradually and that he still is In business and that the opposition was withdrawn over a year Emory said that up to 1872 the refiners in Pennsylvania were rivals and were but that tho rivalry was among Uie oil who bid for the The he sold to tho buyer who would highest he changed between 1872 and when in the latter year competition ceased Emery stated that the first movement toward a consolidation o the refiners made by the South Improvement but that this companys charter was revoked by the state of Pennsylvania after opposition to the plan became Emery the Standard Oil company I of Cleveland made an effort to take up the work dropped by the other com pany and finally succeeded in consoli dating the He said that with in n year or two all of the plants of the old refiners were ing was saved as were also the school It Is stated that had there had been any fire fighting apparatus and a sufficient supply of the building might have been The extent of the loss Is not fully known at this but It Is thought to be fully covered by insur Arrangements will be begun nt once for the erection of a modern bulld to bo ready for occupancy by the time the fall school term MAY MEAN Representatives of the Conductors and Train men of the Erie Consulting Regard Ing Wage Tho following Erlo railroad of the operating have gone to New York to meet General Man nger Stuart and other officials of the relative to the labor and wage representing the locomotive engineers Smead of the conductors Vernon of the nnd George of the These men will represent the four unions of the Erie train and other ropresentatlvs will be present from all along the The con ference opened and may cover several as It Is under stood that the entire situation will be gone President Underwood stated a few days ago that there was no present Intention of reducing wages in the operating but announcement was In a measure and the fact that a conference has been arranged for Is sugestlve to train employes that the way is being paved for proposing a None of he men were inclined to say much on the except that he could see no good reason for re ducing wages and he hoped that mat ters could be arranged Importance Is attached to this along the line of the and on as be cause of the the resultwill have on thi on other of the larger systems of DEAD INFANT NEVER PAID ON COLLEGE CKARG S DEWED Emery said that the work of consolij Witnesses unanimously Declare They dation was accomplished through the personal efforts of John Rocke Sectlon Men at Meadvllle Junction Said to Have Found Dead Infant In a Pasteboard On Tuesday word was re ceived by the authorities here that the dead body of an infant had been I found beside tho Bessemer near Schumakers curve on the Bes semer a short distance north ot the place where the trolley line crosses Jt north of Meadvllle j says tho Meadvllle I Tho news reached the city just nt the time when the police and county officials were very busy on the mur der of Guiseppe and Coroner Two Thousand Students of Ann Arbor Wreck Theater and Mob the Police PEACE AUTHORITIES POWERLESS Appeal to National Guard Guardsmen Say Their Rules Pro hibit Their of University Appeal In Ann March lege feeling among the students ot the University of Michigan burst forth Into n riot last More than a dozen students were locked up In jail and the Star a fivecent place of was literally Late In the evening a mob of which numbered fully directed a college rush against the front of the tearing away windows and doors and plaster and rolling the the ater piano out Into the where leaders of tho students mounted the Instrument and performed a dance to the accompaniment of mad cheers and yells from the unmanageable The trouble dates back to Saturday night when a student In the audience who persisted in repeating the Ann Arbor college yell too often to suit the management was ejected and thor oughly clubbed by a special police man in the employ of the Last nights trouble started with a small crowd of students throwing eggs at the This diversion soon gave way to a fusillade of and when the police were called to quell the disorder the yells ot derision sent up the young men brought reinforce ments from every As the at tacking party grew wilder its aim broadened proportionately and win dows of the upper stories ot the build Ing and those of neighboring business places began to Finding the po lice unable to subdue the May or Henderson summoned the fire de Several police officers had been felled with flying missiles and others fought on hatless after their helmets hud been stolen to decorate some students The firemen had no soouer laid their line of hose to the scene to give the mob a drench IN OPTIMISTIC FOR THE FUTK NEGRO FORGING AHEAD Secretary Taft Speech In Be half of Hampton New March fore a representative Brooklyn audi ence at Plymouth Secretary Taft expressed an optimistic convic tion concerning the future of the ored race in the United After presenting an array of statistics to show progress of Uie American negro since the day of the secretary declared that this growth In learning and Industry muat The fear of negro domina tion In tho south he a night mare of the With the advantages of education and opportunity the col ored population would take Its proper place In the political affairs 6f the na Tho occasion of the secretarys speech was a meeting under the aus pices of the Armstrong association and In the Interests of Hampton insti tute of The historic edifice was crowded to the doors and many who sought entrance were disappoint Only a handful of colored persons was Preceding the address of Secretary Taft Booker head of the Tuskegee did also principal of the Hampton GEORGE HOWE CONSULTING ENGINEER General Building Construction Hotel National Greenville March B B imported suitings Herringbone Serges goods with requisite stylo and texture for dressy skirts or complete Re Navy or Copenhagen 55 inches a Fine Imported Wool Taf feta with Silk Jacquard sin gle thread bars Brown or best shades for stylish suits or 43 inches a Imported Shadow Check Pan amas with corded ama mid weight between ordi nary Panama and sheer enough to be called Chiffon dressy fabric with plenty ofstyle arid stability inches Tan or a his brother William and Oliver Emery also stated upon the witness sUiid that following this con aolldation the freight rates upon oil were boosted about 50 per Fine Imported Wool stripe or inchei BOQGS NMtt Ing than with a wild yell a detach ment of thu boys captured a hundred feet of the hose nnd ran yelling down the street with Mayor Henderson tried to secure aid from the national but found that tho local companys rules forbade it to President Angell of the Dean Hltchlns of the law department and Mayor Henderson vainly pleaded all evening for the stir dents to but apparently with out as the disorder Increased Pursued by Oil March A ago blew out his irains with a While a train man on the Pennsylvania six ears he suffered a fracture of causing a paralysis of the right He secured a job In the and was recently dis charged following damages to an en jne in his He had prepared move to and his joods were attached for His wife and four the oldest four survive SHEEP DIE BITTEN BY MAD Sheep Develop After Being Bitten by Mad Never Known to go Mad On extreme end of Mercer enunty on the farm of Jefferson are nine whoso stranpe a few days started the fnrrfors to Tt was found that these nine sheep had been bitten i n mm dote and developed William proprietor of the hotel at New was the owner of the sheep and was having them cared for by The death of the sheep have started the farmers to for It Js claimed that never before have sheen been known to go mad on be Are Not March was before the special house committee luveatigating the charges of Representative of Connecti cut regarding tlie legislative method of the Electric Boat company that money had been paid by the Elect 119 Boat company to certain newspaper men to prepare and distribute news concerning submarine This testimony was given by Charles Mc Nelr of this an uttorney for the Electric Boat entered a general denial that his company had ever paid for the dissemination of news with the pur pose of Influencing legislation or for creating a wrong impression in the public He also denied tliut n general press bureau was maintained by the Electric company or as far as he the company had ever spent money for the entertainment of the members of congress or others who might exert an influence in secur ing contracts with the government for Its A number ofOther witnesses were examined and they entered general de nials to Mlleys Theso witnesses wore Former United States Senator Marion Butler of North Caro former United States Senator M Butler of South Carolina and W Creocy and both o this all of at one lima o another had been omployed as attoi neys by the Byliain could not go to tho I steadily until the work of devastation scene at Ho detailed n gentle wan man living near Meadvlllo Junction to look after the matter for a un lo he could get to the The entleman reported that he was un to e to find any trace of the infant ml the matter was On Sunday It was reported that no ot the section men had buried he body beside the railroad t is said that the Infants body was orced into a pasteboard box marked syringe box and liad been thrown rom the of a passenger rain or had been letf along the riuk to glvo the Impression that omeone on a train had sought to get rid of the body by throwing It Ing bitten by a Dime at their hall Thursday March 19 Everybody Invited to come and hav a good Life of Telegraph Telegraph wires will last for 41 years near tho but in the manufacturing districts the same wires will last only ten and sometimes NO MERCY FDR FORGE Mtrrii Governor Hughes will not interfere in any way with the execution in tho week begin ning March 30 of the death sentence upon Chester Gillette of con victed of the murder of or Brown of South Ohe nango at Big jjiloose In the Adlrondacks in and now In the death cell at Auburn It Is reported that Gillettes mother Is on her way here to appeal to Governor Hughea to save her Mourned His March Charles age committed sui cide by Following tlxe death last week of John wjtb whom he had boarded for thirtyeight who was well known as a political worker In his became He walked the district police patrol house oa Sun day greeting the officers whom he ell It the goo4 ord does not take me by Hiding Along Hominy March three Tyro bank robbern arc still at probably in the hills along Hominy twenty miles southwest of Posses are still continuing thu The men who were disarmed by the robbers have returned hero and declared that the lender of tbo gang is Henry a wellknown southwestern character The authorilieH have been looking for Starr or several Again Engagement Is March denial Is made at tho Italian court of a marriage en gagement between the Duke of the cousin of King Victor Em and Miss Kiilherine daughter of Senator Elkius of West Duke of tho It is Is expected to be In Rome on March 28 to be present at a lecture by the Prince of on ocean Starvation No Excuse for Theft March Mark Ru gosky and Mike who had been out of work three months and out of food three have been sent to workhouse for three months for 4r teg tht of Milk CLOSED Attempt to Operate Foundries Given for the Time Nearly All work ing but a small force at the American Steel Foundries company for Uie past several the officials of the company on Saturday gave tho attempt to continue operation luring the present depression of gen eral stool business anil released all the men but a It is announced that theso will also be go on Wednesday or and that the entire works will close down for some time until the steel conditions get Officials of tho company state that they are unable to tell when this will but they express tho hope that tho fires will again be built In a short About 500 men are usually employed at the plant but In tho past month only 226 have been Only 75 are at work March badly do the farmers of this county require help on the farms that the Farmers league of Lancastercounty has Issue an appeal to the unemployed ol clt and town to go to tho country to work and an appeal has been sent t bureau of labor and immigratlo at Washington asking that ablebodle directed to this COURTEOUS v haron Man Lauds Greenville Hospi Elated Over Trea of 74 Blwable ave Is highly elated over the that has been accorded 1m by those Jn charge of the Hie says the Sharon Smoyer took his o that Institution several weeks or an She Is Improving apldly and to be able to urn home Jn another inoyer eays that each time he t the institution the matron treats 1m very and each eoks to Impress upon mind her ivillllngrjess to admit him to the ital and an opoprtunfty to vith his A Cup of Never lose an opportunity ef Ing anything Welcqigfi lu every every fair fair and thank Him or tt Is the fountain taf drink it simply and earnestly wIUTliU your oyeb it is u charmed f ot Klngaler The of The of a Ufo well of   

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