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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MARCH 2 CENTS MUST IIOIE President to Make Another At tempt to Persuade Re luctant Congress PREPARING ANOTHER MESSAGE Which Will Submit This Week In Which Several Measures Will Be Specifically Recommended House Leaders Oppose Labor March President Roosevelt has determined on a legisla tive the enactment of which will be urged upon congress In a spe cial which will go in this Each of the measures to be proposed Involves perplexing difficul ties and each will have far reaching effect on the business and economic conditions of the The pro tram is the product of Important con ferences through which the president baa been put in possession of the views of all Interests Like wise the attitude of the leaders In both branches of congress has been made Its success depends upon the combined effort which he be lieves can be brought to bear la be half of the whole plan by those af fected especially by some one of ita The program includes A declaration In favor of a revision of the tariff In a special session to be held after March An amendment to the Sherman anti trust law so as to make Important concessions to combinations of both labor and Limiting the power of certala courts in the of the Injunction in INHUMAN X Prisoner at Columbus Hung By His Wrists For a Week This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE WQ J labor Passage of an employers liability Passage of the Aldrlch financial at White The Senator Aldrlch and Representatives Payne of New Dalzell of Pennsylvania and Hepburn of Iowa participated in the The chief subject considered was tariff but there will be other con ferences at which other questions will be taken up In An agreement was reached between the president and the leaders of the house and senate in favor of a decla ration for a revision of the tariff at a special session to be held after March It was decided that the best manner in which to prepare for legislation is to have Investiga tions conducted by the ways and means of the house and the committee of the These Investigations will not be in the form of but experts will be called in to assist the committee in prepar ing The plan is opposed to appointment of a tariff commission as is proposed in the Beverldge and LaFollette Labor Demands The amendments suggested to the Sherman antitrust bill were discussed The president said that a bill would be presented providing for the legalising of traffic agreements be tween He called attention to fact that labor organizations had been expected to agree to such legislation In a provision exempting them from the operations of the The legislators present were not ready to assent to the de mands made by labor In their bill of grievances recently submitted to con gress and on that account urged that it would be Inadvisable to attempt any revision of the Sherman law at this It is said that the while not actually rejecting was not disposed to agree with the advice given He declared that It was but justice to the railroads to permit traffic agreements under proper re strictions and control by the inter state commerce and said that no Interests would be injured by such was not im pressed by the statement made to him that labor would regard this as extending benefits to railroads and withholding them from Would Be Bad The president was told flatly that such a course at this time would bad politics far the majority party to On the statement that It was not certain that labor had rejected un alterably the proposals for an agree ment under which some of the benefits would accrue toorganized tha subject went over until such time aa the president shall be ready to pre sent his bill in concrete Dalzell and Payne said that they might be of different opinion upon seeing the Representative Hepburn talked ovet with the president the terms of tha bill amending the antitrust law as it bus been mortified since labors atti tude became hostile to the general scheme urged by the Civic Wall paper Climax 1 Oc3 for 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New Now is the Time KAMERERS Bessemer RecordArgus 288 Main SEES BRUTAUHINISHMENT Senator Lamb of Toledo Witnesses IllTreatment of March Lamb of Toledo created a sensation here the statement that while tls Itlng the Ohio penitentiary in com pany with some Toledo women he saw a prisoner hanging by his The mans head was hanging down on his according to Senator and his feet were JUKI touching the I was continued the and soon saw that the at tendants weretrying to keep me away from this I Intilsted on seeing and the man snld to me I have been hanging here since Thursday and they only let me down to eat bread and The said told the man to shut up but I got this much out of him Senator Lamb admitted that he did not ascertain the Identity of the man nor the cause of his he will report the case to the tiary probing Warden Gould denied the statement of Senator Lamb that the prisoner was strung up on his He declared that when prisoners are punished In solitary I hoy are permitted to stand flat The prisoner that Senator Lamb saw was one who had refused to The warden said he would answer any questions the committee might earn to nsk nbout the DELEGATES HASTEN HOME Carry News of Conventions to Men In the March est in the softcoal situation has shift ed to the centers of the various soft coal mining where district con ferences between miners and opera tors are being AH of the delegates to national which adopted the policy of making district nave hnrrlert back to their local unions to Interpret its adopted policy to their The International executive board met to dispose of routine It Is expected to complete Its work this President John Mitchell will then go to Washington to meet with the representatives of organized labor that are trying to bring about the re peal of the Sherman antitrust Lewis will go to Ohio to meet with the Ohio He will not be ready until almost April when he becomes to announce his Burned to Death In Little March Lighting his pipe In his cell In the vll lage John Doherty accidentally set fire to the mattress of his bed and was burned to He was sixtyfive years Governor Guild Grows March physicians in attendance upon Governor Curtis Guild were obliged to report that the condition of their patient hid taken a slightly unfavorable For home IN THE PUBLIC EYE MA TRIG IDE Fort Wayne Young Man Another Example of What Drink Does SENATOR WILLIAM ILLINOIS OFFICIAL WEDS Lawrence Yates lieutenant governor of who was quietly married the other day to Mlsa Mary Estelle left orders that no public mention should be made of the The orders were obeyod until the of Sher mans train died and then the telephone ex change and telegraph wires were crowded with messages announcing the gladsome The wedding explains the mysterious visits which the lieutenant governor has been making to where it had been reported he owned a U also explains lavish orders left with the Sherman had led a life almost monas For years his home was a room In a lodging Genial and sociable among he has been known to put himself to all manner of personal Inconveniences to escape any gathering that approached Sherman has the gift of invective He Is a politician with a Just to indicate how well Sherman can bide his time and hit back when the opportunity It may be related that In 1905 Senators Cullom and being desirous to break up the big Ham Yates and had controlled the state convention of offered Sherman u place on the interstate commerce The work appealed to him ami he agreed to accept Then the two senators fell down in their attempt to deliver the office to President Roosevelt said flatly that be did nbt intend tc have federal offices traded about and that he wanted a lawyer and not u politician for the Shermanapparently Ignored this affront to his In 1907 the two thinking tliat it was up to them to make good with something or secured an option on a place In the Spanish claims and ottered it to He allowed the two misguided senators to secure his and have U announced from Then he rejected and score was Sherman was born on an Ohio farm about 41 years ago and later moved to After leaving college took ttw practice of TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF March In Washington county during 1907 there were births and March Joseph age was Instantly killed by the fall of a balance weight on a fire March send ing a Black Hand letter to Rocca ah Italian Fa lasco was given a year m March Falling from a hay Margaret eleven years of near New sus tained perhaps fatil March because her beau Aanctd with another Miss May age twenty took a dose of laudanum and March boss driver iu theDiamond Coal companys mines near Browns was knocked off a car and both his legs were crushed March Akron and Kent men are organizing to acquire the water rights of Twin two miles north of intending to make it a private March Pat rick Potter called her son to break fast aud when he came down stairs he fell over her dead She had been stricken March new steel steamer bulk for the Empire Steamship has been launched at the local yards of the American Shipbuilding East March Anna wife of Brown of Hancock was so excited by a small fire at her home at Brownsdale that she died of heart March tinning department of the American Sheet and Tlnplate company at South Sha ron will resume operations on March All the twenty hot mills are now March bur glar at the home of Ducray in McDonald took Ducrays overcoat and left his It contained the name of a McDonald man and an arrest will be dead body of Joseph a Hunga was found sitting upright in an unfinished He had evidently been choked to Mike Dick is under arrest on March ver dict of second degree murder was found In the case of Anthony Gil a twentyone years old charged with killing John Stehoviak In a barroom fight at OH March Levl a series of frame buildings erected during the early oil excite ment here and occupied aa business houses on account of their central lo were destroyed by March Mrs Burdctte went to gather eggs In the hen coop she was Instantly killed by the discharge of a gun which her husband had set to kill thieves who had been bothering the March Announce ment IB made that the wage scale for tugmen upon the Great Lakes for the next two years has been agreed upon between the tugmen and the officials of the Great Lukes Towing company March of persons are searching for the bod ios of Joseph Uosenblum and Mrs Kli who were drowned in the Shenango A reward of has been offered by Rosenblums sons fo the recovery of his fathers March the deathbed of his brother John here Kirk a United States marine was about to board a train for Phlla delphia when an extension of his fur lough was placed in his He will now stay at his brothers March Sarah Kwlug purchased her own tomb stone three years ago and superintend ed its erection In the West Alexander Her name and date of birth were cut on the marble and a space left for the date of her She died AN AGENT OF GOD Bishop Cranston So Characterizes Theodore March receiv ing into full membership eight young men at the Philadelphia conference of the Methodist Episcopal church Bishop Earl Cranston of In Instructing them In their duties louched on national Ten more years of the same old regime that has affected this coun he and this republic would have gone to There was a man unfettered by party prin ciples who wan studying the f ever God Almighty summoned a man to a special mission it was when e called Theodore Roosevelt to the leadership of the moral sentiment of Theodore Roosevelt has called the people to distinguish be tween right and between good politics and Oh What a ring there was in the last message against corporation power end I am looking for another I expect It The people All they want is a leader and they have the leader they should have In a man who occupies the presiden tial chair in Cupid Meets March ties surrounding securing a marriage icense here are the subject of crlti Members of the bar will ask for a change in the Captain n charge of the Salvation army sent for Miss Mary Canning of Lls Columblana to come here mnrry When she arrived It was held she was not a resident ol this cuunty and the license was re She could not go back to Co umblana county for a as un der the ruling she had lost her resi dence The two bad to go to to be AT Railroad at the End of the Looking Several firemen have been called n for Fireman Horton Is nursing a very bad Engineer Lewis and Freman Reynolds bid in the Erie Engineer Lee Brennan Is laying off on account of the sickness of his The new boiler for the Albion shops Has There will he a new boiler room built in the near The Albion wrecking outfit was called to Erie lost Monday on account of the Albion and Erie run having a small an engine and six cars being Nobody was assistant super intendent of motive was in town yesterday Installing the new International Time Register which has been placed in a small building at the south end of the round Hereafter the boys will all have to ring Two drags are now working be tween Albion and the Bus iness is a little on the gain just and the Bessemer boys who are working on the Nickel Plate on a leave of absence are flocking back home to take their old positions on the 100pound On Tuesday atfernoon while working as a car re pairer at the Bessemer had the misfortune to be struck in the left eye with a piece of split ting the He was taken to Vincents hospital on Tuesday and the eye was removed on Hte wife accom panied him to the He will be deprived of the sight of one even if nothing else sets MURDERED HiS MOTHE Young Man Confesses Horrible Crime After His Fort March ver Blake and Orsel Reynolds of have been arrested on the charge of murdering Blakes moth er at Blake made a con fession after his arrest Implicating He said he had been drink ing with Reynolds and they both need ed He went home and entered the where his mother was cooking According to the con Reynolds was standing guard Blake says his mother ac cused him of drinking and he went into another room and got a He crept up behind her and struck her on the back of the She fell Blake says he then opened her dress and grabbed a bag fastened around her which contained money and While he was upstairs changing his clothes Blake heard a He re turned to the kitchen and found Rey nolds standing over his mothers hammer He says Reynolds admittedhaving struck her when she The two young men then came to Fort the night in carousing and were arrested just as they were about to board a train for Blake lays he took In money and some diamond rings from his Youngest Member of National Sen ate Taken From Scene of His Triumph HAD SUCCEEDED MALLORY At Age of ThirtyTwo Hit Had Entrusted Him WKh One of Highest liant Career Cut Fairmont May Go March less the new council grants license to local saloonints Fairmont will be a dry town for the next as the nolicense clause won by a majority of 49 at the municipal Major the Democratic candidate for was elected by a majority of 50 over his Republican Congressman Llttlefleld March Cobb has received a letter from Con gressman CharlesErLHtlofleld tender ing his resignation as representative from the second district of The resignation is prompted by the desire of Llttlefleld to take up his law which has been seriously interfered with by his congressional Prohibition Snow March ter county has voted on the prohibi tion question and gone dry by a large This brings the last of tha wet countleH of the eastern shore of Maryland under the prohibition The silica sand plant has resumed March United States Senator William James Bryan of Florida is dead at the Providence hospital of typhoid It was only seventythree days since he took seat as the of the Senator Stephen who died and thirtythree days of that time was spent IB his fight agalost Several tlmen during Bryans Illness his friends despaired of his but as late as Saturday night the report was given out that condition had taken a for His death as a la physique Bryan was unfitted U withstand a protracted He was slight of build and of nervous He came to Washing ton early In January from the Warm climate of Florida and from day of his arrival was far from Finally he was compelled to give up and was taken to Providence hospi During the last few days illness ho was attended by specialists from Johns Hopkins university hospi In Bryan the senate loses the seventh member by death slope the adjournment of the Fiftyninth con gress on March a year They were the two late senators from Ala Morgan and Pettus Mallory of Latlmer of South Proctor of Ver Whyte of Maryland and Curiously the last two were the oldest and the youngest of the Whyte was eighty four years old and Bryan less than Although Bryan waa in the tea ate too dhort a time to impress his individuality on legislation or to take a prominent part in the consideration of matters In It is consid ered that had he lived he would have bedome a forceful port of the Bryan was born In Orange tended the public schools of state and Emory graduat ing from the latter institution In Three years later was graduated from Washington and Lee university and In 1199 began the practice of law in Until a abort time before his appointment to suc ceed Mallory in the senate he had served as aollcltor of the Duval county criminal He was married to Miss Janette Allen of TalR of New YbrK Goooip of amd in Wealthy Widow Seeks RePress Agent March and John Anderson of Brownsville have brought suit here against the Pennsylvania railroad for dam it is was boarding a which started with a jerk while was on the Sho was thrown and March gled beyond the body of William age a graduate of Princeton university and onco prominent iu religious aud athlotia circles was found on the Pennsylvania railroad tracks here by a Ho had been run down by an Murch Ack a local created a stir hero by thu following uunouuce tnent I shall vote dry this fall from now on I shall work for a local op tion Ackerman has been one of the opponents ot the Sunday closing having been ar rested several NEW George the young and wealthy widow who has the unique distinction of being ac counted a beauty according to standards of Paris and Is first society woman to start a crusade against The central figure of stories ranging from the latest fad to newest Law has Law desired a repress and to the young woman whom she believed equipped to carry out her re quirements offered f a The who has been harassed by the constant attention attracted by her grace and dash ever since when at 18 she became the bride of 50yearold George was about a year and a half ago the guest of the Vanderbilts at Sandy Point Vanderbllt fell and Laws devotion to her friend In the sick followed by the break Ing of her own caused an eaor mous increase In the mention of her She had regarded the record of her social doings as one at the penalties that all society folk must but what touched her more personal feelings became intensely It was then that she began for It had been well known that the anec dotes from whare hospitality in the Avenue dAntin bad a tremendous had seriously troubled Uie petite Her re ported engagements were among the Maharajah of Kapurthate being announced as one of the among whom were Craig Wadswortk and Norman not to men tion an Egyptian a French count and an Austrian Then there was the ot love affair with Gerald Lefevre a son of the president ol tho French Cable who was owd ited with jilting Laws pertinacity the presslon ot all details of her plant The young woman to whom she first offered for thto delicate office was unable to the but from the moment of her return from her American trtjr it has been noticeable that de scriptions of Laws ui her friends and tor her daring escapades and fcoi many have grown leas and Laws friends still see the mere tact that she has been to New York since last a gaeot at the Hotel and that her presence has passed practically noticed is a potent sign of the Other society women are said to seriously considering Law1 Fish is ot who from time to ao woi known to amd has kept kwr tatty bto foragtowt   

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