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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD MARCH CENTS PEE ToWinE7 President Gompcis A points Com mittee of Labor Leaders to Jab Congress ASK RELIEF FROM SHERMAN LAW Tho committee on labor was j the trusts and special an JOHNSTOWN HAS FLOOD TKiSTATE ALL tabor or of nnd RVvcr us and the people predicted tho election conditions among worklngtnon and i In on a sixteenfoot calling attention to what organized laj Republican Recent Adverse Court Decisions Con by Conference at Which 000 Labor Unions Are Demand to Be Made for March a me morial formally protesting the Inaction of congresn in the matter of one Ings i i s yjszrxsfzxi s in the history or organized sages to a on the and Cambria wft o offArtPfl lift OH HIK Formal organization was effected by fused to art of I he Baltimore and Ohio railroad is the ot President Gompers as chairman and Frank Mor rison as President Gompers made an In which he outlined the object of the saying that while It was called primarily to consider tho re cent injunction and boycott decisions legislation in the interest of organized of the supreme other 0 i fntincn itf Mrtticrrnau 1n nnan labor and clearly setting forth Its de mands with respect hereto will be presented to the leaders ot that body within a few days was perhaps the most Important action taken by the labor conference This duty will devolve upon one ot the two commit tees appointed by President the protest which directed to frame an address to be presumed to those responsible for legislation iu congress pointing out the failure of congress to enact need tal legislation and setting forth the demands of labor on tho It was ulao decided to ask the lenders In congress to fix upon a time when a oommlttoe from the labor conference can confer wilii H is understood that the niomoiIul will cull aitenllonto the recent injunction decisions otthc supremo against labor organiza tions and ask thai the Sherman anti trust law be KO amended as to afford the failure of congress to pass legisla tion favorable to organized labor and the demands of labor at the hands of hat body and the Inequalities of the Sherman antitrust act also would be A feature of the gathering was the presence for the first time In the his ory of labor gatherings ot delegates representing the Farmers National union and the Brotherhood of Locomo Ive which two bodies have never affiliated with the American Tederation of Labor except In a fra ernal This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just torrenl8 Mnrch convention Domi eleven cases of smallpox near j nnuj by His in this rn Re to Infection from publican iwwnlion elected four Manli i tothe natlonnl con Sewing Machine company liasi w1 vonHfm them to vote for William Tuft for presidential norni indorsed Senator William Alii ison for reelection by a voto of 072 1724 Machine company has Sinned worlt with enllro compla working full About men arc cotton Amenta of their Moxuam and tho lower waiilR senate in j but ten adjourning in j respect to Charging the Republicans of the nresent congress with Inaction as rc cuv as uiu i win i gardod the of 6gttln Reports day and merchants have moved ther have teen recolvert to shut down nil the Ijohlfib Valley colleries and Ihere will be only lliree days work each fe j to approved the plank Of the ver has broken out among Mount for a revision of the tariff at a pcial session of con gress and adjourned Senalor Allisons adherents domi nated the convention from its opening to its followers of Governor nmimlris declared that they forced the Indorsement ot a revlslos of the Supporters of Allison In Union college and Iho ter house of tho Sigma Alplia I March TRUST LOOSE Lewis Kmcrv Says Roosevelt Freed Independents From Commercial Bondage isolated and the flood has reached i week until further of the streets in outlying R ln lhelr rankB M ln Nems and Henry mtv that there were as n tms recommence of In his maiden in U el those of The only contest wore killed in uie ere of this Hazlo colliery of the Lehigh Valley lust he saw no good in the president urg damage I March El1 I justice of the supreme Is that was imido on the report of the committee on resolutions was against the Indorsement of Senator of the committee unit CONTINUES HIS STORY OF OtL Man Who Fought Standard Since Organization Tells How Emancipa tion of Independent Refiners Cama With Roosevelts Second ing certain laws while this body sits New League Plans i not a candidate for United States sen Ulc of the but Idly The he j March Union j He says so In a private letter to thoy ofrer any would make speedier lauding the presj ieaglie at its first annual j editor of the Went and yet they refused to accept 10ie decided to open the sen his Ho regret ted Lon On April 25 and close on that such confusion ot purposes ex nnnonncemcnt was made by the because the he Bchedule composed of suffered In consequence of muchnoed president At of Ar legislation being left j thur Irwin of Washington and Walter DEFENDS PRESIDENT Adalr of Indiana in tho house pleaded for prison sentences for vio lators of the Sherman antitrust he that fines resulted Congressman Mouser of Ohio Picks j in nn increase of prices which Schlicter of thin Pat Read Washing ton and Wilmington will malte up the It was staled that in making March Darneley of Hempfield who was shot by a died at the Westmoreland State police Aside from the vote on this question and on the report of the committee on the convention was unani mous and all of delegates and alternatosntlarge were made by March old pool ing contract between railways and oil which was said to have inn terlally affected the oil industry Hi waa gone Into In detail In the governments ouster suit against tho StandardOil Lewis of an Independent pipe line owner and re still was upon the witness All day he was crossexamined by At torney Hosenthal for the men are scouring the country for the i March United States Senator Penrose is confined to his home here suffering from a severe Taft as March General de bate on the pension appropriation bill continued for more than four hours in the house ot The subjects discussed took a wide ut the schedule no attention will be attack of the His physicians say OniVill II II ru tut i i s n the people would have to He deI to couillcting in thle city the senator will be kept Indoors clared that the trust a had largely dic tated tho legislation nffectliiR their In Jnless their insatiate greed were he all wealth would in hands of a few man and ttat or where they cannot be j but when there was Corry Bren GIRLS PLEA FUTILE Pardon Board Refuses Clemency to Condemned March The state board ot pardons refused a com mutation of he death sentence of Max Solfer of condemned to die April 7 for the murder of his but one other club In a city effort will j of Albert andj Sriifcrs case had attract Lavern King are now held by the pol ed general attention as his sister be made to avoid Sunday THAT APPEAL To every observing person who vlsltt our store the completeness of our the taste displayed In the styles and the excellent quality of our lhnovatlonelnall of Jewelry and Silverware are some if the facts we wish to call your at entlon Call and see for Dunlap Rosenthal Brought Rosenthal of this charged with the sensational murder of Lewis his WHS brought hen from where he was arrested last ClaWBon was shot to death In the office of his shirt factory on It is alleged that Rosenthal shot Hlawson during a quarrel over flnwsons reported undue friendship for a former female em ploye in his It Is re ported that Roscnthals will nice he witness stand at his trial and testify tn his Ro senthal refuses to games will be played In Paterson and j UCR with the double Of ramo to the capitoi mmder of Damon and his to ask a respite for her brother in j James on order that his case might be March j The respite was the day she stinenian of South ulthough she did not bria has withdrawn from the j ORCHARD ESCAPES wuOSE Sentenced to Death With Recommen dation for March Or chard was sentenced to death by Judge Fremont recommended the sentence be Orchard plead ed guilty Tuesday of week to the murder of former Governor Prank Judge Wood said he be lieved in his testimony In the trials of William Haywood and George Pettlbone for the murj der of exCiOvernor told j the exact attempting to conceal i nothing and recommended that the j state department the nominating peti tion filed In his behalf for the Republi can nomination for March The Action on other cases was as fol lows Lawrence robbery Prask Law larceny William Al bodies of three foreigners were found beside tho Pennsylvania railroad j nobert tracks near Perry waller The men had evidently been walking j Beconil deBree murder Rosaric the track and were struck by a Lltwrcncei degree murder Wil March a big j Ham first degree Newfoundland was an honored j murder Dominic at the wedding of Miss Marjorie fjrst degree daughter of the late state board of pardons commute Orj Nelson and John Lawrence Beyond Czars Bloody March 19 the Russian ter chards sentence of death to imprison ment In the state Judge Wood presided at both the Haywood died here from i and Pettlbonu a prominent March cialists are unable to account for the ability of the three children of Jacob He spent the last few days of his 1fe hllnasomo at I Wells at Wharton to see better after BcattvB for i dark than The eyes show neauy or ot my nhnor THE QIBSON FURHITUKE THE 01Q H Wai1 Paper Cleaner i Climax 1 for 25c j DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like Ixsew Now is the Time AT KAMERERS Bessemer RecordArgus 238 Main 4 Now Arriving Voaburgs Barber 3 B Governor Guild Seriously 23 and 30 cents a Posi March was announced ttvely the best values for your money nml that Governor Curtis who had j to be nmi Mercer at been ill for two is in a critical m 17 6d m 19 2 assault with intent to A protest was iiled against a par don for who is serving an alghteenyear sentence imposed in Black Sport March Andrew a known as Blaclf was hanged in Fulton county lie was convicted of the CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ESTIMATES M Columbia Union 1222 HOWE CONSULTING ENGINEER General Building Construction Greenville Irish dimities Dimity weavers in Old Ireland scored again this wove their pretty fabrics more sheer than is customary more nearly resembling not all of but certain floral printed ones intended for dressy wove them with a far apart sometimes nearly three such delicate print they are the prettiest Bhecr Wash Fabrics of the season at the 20c ami 25c a Pretty aa Hie Irishmens nimble wit failed them not tie sill their hopes lo this ono but wovo and printed a larue uanort mnnt other Cluster small check and other weavtE which thoy printed in Conventional and combination or Persian and Floral This Persian and Floral in particularly wide Persian stripes inset here and thero with medium larse Floral Colored Dimities with White Print Ings also much In evidence und their purpose for Childrens wear specially PelUn etrlpea aro other commend able Dim It y These and many other heautlful Im ported Irish 20 and 2Bc a American 10 ana c a MATTRESS PERFECTION You will appreciate good mattrcM making 11 you will examine Everything essential In mattreu making U embodied In i Stearin ft Porter SIXTV NIGHTS FREE The Webbing Proceim employed In Steami Futer unites the tiny Cotton llbrea into 360 filmy lacy all of which have acquired the LIFE and CONTORT and DURABILITY You want to bo aura that the mattreu upon which you Steami EN CLOSED i mtllmi Let ui theco matutaiai nave also in stocK choice lines of library and kitchen In good built for com fort and at prices you will be glad to PaX An Inspection of this repre sentative Is respect fully 140 MAIN Cause of Stomach When a man has trouble with his March Cen1 murder at policeman in tral league baseball magnates ad journed after adopting a schedule which will not be made public until The season opens on April 23 with games at Wheel you may know that he is and Terre eating more than he should or lut article of food or drink not March suited to his age or or I a leading drygoods mer that his bowels are habitually conj chant of this died at his home in Darlington was Atlanta on Take Chamberlains Stom acn and Liver Tablets to regulate twice President of the Union league the bowels and improve the digestion and took au active Interest in civic He was born in Pittsburg of is visiting relatives in this Bachop and Mc were in Mont John Graham and Misses have returned from i Slippery for the spring vaca Mrg 1Uy lett and see if the trouble does not dis Ask for a free Soldi was sixtyfive years old for tllelr at Pleas by Greenville and Frej March j of spent age a wellknown his and don ness who for many years con1 Mra K K See the handsome twotoned and ducted a barber shop in this shot I and John Osborn striped wall papers for 25 and 30 and killed his wife and committed Greenvllle cents a double at m inicide on the street at three M hal Byers of miles from The tragedy is the veiatlves a few days culmination of family New March LEWIS Emery stated ho Is a heavy stock holder In the Pure Oil a New Jersey which oper ates In opposition to the Standard OM Witness testified that the pooling agreement put several of the prodnc ers out of He also stated that the price of oil Increased and that the production increased follpjr Ing the that the eman cipation of the producers came with the second term of President Ropse Early in the testimony Emery testified to the name and capacity of independent refineries existing In A lot ot new refineries have built since we obtained some liber ten in the past four or five most of them In Kansas and Oklahoma all Emery Generally he the independent refiners have added up to now about twenty five per cent capacity over their ca pacity of What was the date of your eman cipation Rosenthal for the de fense Since President Roosevelt has been working on his own replied the Since this movement began pros perity among the Independents has been general throughout the country in the oil buslsess and along other lines of ner Cox held an inquest into the Leo the little son of Sam uel has been very but death of Robert killed by aL Pittsburg and Lake Erie The c c Brusll JB moving to Crawford PS i Jury held the railroad responsible be it is no effort had been c XJIM til A LIMB AND CEMENT made to place safety appliances at the grade crossing where the accident March Fleeing from railroad Samuel Whane age of Juinped over a steep embankment to escape for trespassing and land i ed on a pile of ballast twentyfive feet Llmbert made a business trip to Robert of Oil was In and Sheakley enter alnod a number of last Frl JOHNSON In building Is fracturing his hip nod sustain and will be appreciated by We Ing Internal injuries which may cause can serve you with the best lime and j his cement and at prices as i March The low as really firstclass good can be I first fruits of the recent exposure of sold i improper labeling of breakfast food Wo carry a stock that Is varied packages is the announcement in the and complete of carefully selected latest Issue of the dairy and food di i goods and you will get what you vision bulletin that four manufactu when you want and as you rers have altered the labels on tieir want it i gooda BO as to do away with the mis Your Trade will be representations complained GREENVILLE COAL AND ICE Both Wheeling Feared Worlds March most inky a terrific storm and electrical storm of iinusual severity was Wheelings weather allot Thousands of persons were greatly frightened and panics narrowly averted In the public Several business houses and residences were struck by Worten and children ran about streets believing some terrible disaster was lu the surroundingcoum try several barns were struck by that lightning and The steam boats were tossed about by tka storm and passing coal tows were IB danger of belne C H E E S E Greenville Sandjaftd i Supply Company March the selfconfessed murderer of Cameron the wealthy horseman BOGGS NORTH KDAM PINEAPPLE ROYAL LUNCH ROQUEFORT SHEFFORO WISCONSIN BRICK SWE1TZER LIMBEROEH AND FULL CREAM Successors to GREENVILLE COAL COMPANY Harrison street and Brie rail Bell 201 Witch Hazel and Pittsburg Lump Coal Delivered to nil parts of the city at the following prices Single Flvo tons tr Furnace single Furnace five items or more Call us up when need good clean coal your oncers will re celve prompt s attorneys attempted to have him released on but the court ordered that he tie recommitted with out bail to await the action of the grand March crowd started in chase of two young men wearing orange colored ribbons and captured them in Walnut tore off the gave them a kicking and then let tho audacious ones Not long afterward the same crowd chased a railroad train on which they espied two orange flags They could not catch the so pelted the caboose with Dime at their hall Thursday March 39 Everybody Invited to come and hav a good iu46 Advance fter spending the winter with ner Fred at Lines copious f i rked benefit with no small plea Hotel Rider accommodations are d acting can demand at rates wilhiulhe reach of Seu4 fat booklet giving f till   

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