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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED 2 CENTS PBfc MARKED LaFollette Makesltfo Insinuations as to Whom He Means Senator LaFollette Points Out Men He Says Hold Country by the Throat FINISHES REMARKABLE SPEECH John Sharp Minority Lead Notifies Home Republicans They Must Qtt Busy or Democrats Will Appropriation March Hie conclusion of lalollettos on Uiu Alilileli currency bill in the senate ijimutoiAidrlch moved to take up the bill luul continue Us ionsWuratlnn until It Hun been dis posed Aldrlch asked for unan imouB consent to dispose of the bill Imt to that proposition Sen jiior LaFollutta argund thai he feared debate would be curtailed by such n The colloquy which resulted In Aldrlchs announcement followed the conclusion of the third and last Install ment of Senator LaFollettes speech In opposition to the Aldrich La Follette declared that his statement This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE M M M M that the Industries of this country were controlled by less than one hun dred men had been attacked as sensa Declaring that such was not the he said that he had been too conservative and that in fact a much smaller number ot men dominate the Makes Startling Alone wltn tWB enormous increase in trust power has gone a steady proc ess of centralization in the control of that power until now the entire situa tion is dominated by the Standard Oil Morgan he The old fights between these two great powers have been laid Morgans picture adorns the wall of the inner room of the Rockefel lers at 26 In combination today they are working together to gather in the smaller Hill has been taught that he must not op pose the big Standard Oil got In on the Great Northern ore The Qould interests are being swal lowed up by the Merae and Helnze were neatly jocketed during the recent The smelter trust was given a drubbing and started in the same The Vanderbllta can no longer retain their important control and themselves see the hand writing on the Ths senator quoted John Moody to show an enormous growth in trust consolidation and capitalization in four In 1904 Moody placed the capitalization of the industrial fran chise and railroad trusts at more than 20 billions of dollars and that amount had Increased more than 11 billions or more than 56 per The 31 bll he did not represent the Ed win Charles John Oliver Nathaniel John John Mitch Jefferson Thomas Samuel Charles James Henry Norman Weidener and Depew In Class Of the third composing the balance of the Senator LaPolletto said White some of them exercised large power and held many director it was a delegated power exer by them In a more represent 4ttre This part ot the list Is as follows Edf In John Otto James Paul Charles Chawicey OH Ter James Mosea Francis Ba Luther Lev Godbury Charles Con Fair Par Frederick Charles argued that the AV drlch bill would serve only to strength en this great money power of Wall He criticized the failure ot the committee on finance in not keep ing bank reserves in the vaults of the banks throughout the Bryan and LaFollette concluded his speech with a strong appeal to the progres sive men In the senate to stand to gether and beat the He spoke of the activities of the president and Mr Bryan In combatting with wrongdoing among high Whatever difference there may in party policy or personality between the president and they are FILIBUSTER DECREED financial trust and insurance Names Senator LaFollette read several lists of eminent financiers to whom he accord ed various degrees of power in the control of He included Sen ator Depew of New York as among who exercised large power am held many directorships in the form o delegated power exercised by him in a more representative De pew was in his seat and general laughter followed the mention of his LaFollette named as next after Morgan and the Rockefellers a group of fourteen he were operators and men of large power and Interests In their own These he find their best in erests In working in harmony with rlorgan and Standard No com nation which they could form among hemselves or with others could cope with that he In this 1st of fourteen he placed Van August Frederick Henry Og en George Jacob Thomas Louis Jacob ames James Hill and B Class Roll A second class of men in the list were the stars of lessor but men of wealth and power who work In with the combine and a few of he higher rank of attorneys and bank presidents of the This group ollows McCor Stephen Brayton Taylor Adrian WaH Paper Cleaner Climax 1 Oc3 for 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like Isew Now is the Time KAIOBPS Bcsemcr IM Mai MM euch In his own for cer tain fundamental Whatovei mistakes Bryan may have madr in whatever mistakes the pres ident may have made In corapromls Ing they arc believed In by the people because they are fight Ing to preserve the principle that the nation should be governed by thi Sheridan Had Beat of Illclmrd the playwrlgh was jealous of his young rl Itlclmrd It Is relate thnt ho took his children to see one o the first performances of The Schoo For and whoa they Hcreum eil with rtolijrbt their irritable fathe pinched saylnc What aro yo laughing utV You should not laugh my There is nothing to laug adding In an Kee you little dunces Whun tills was reported to Sherldai he was ungrateful of Gun berlaucl to K displeased with his chl dren for laughing nt my fo when 1 wont toSIM liis tragedy luuglUil from beginning to A Religious A Scotchman who is u promlnen member of a church In Glasgow on Sunday recently put by mistake Int the collection plate a piece of sllve instead of n On returning horn he discovered the serious H spent the afternoon In considering tl matter and talking over with h Ye he said to In plauatiou of Ms I micht sta awu for twentynine Sawbaths to inak1 it but then I wad be payin rout an gettln nawthln Im this maun be what the meeiiister cas a religious Sharp Williams Gives Notice to Reoubllcan March tion to conduct a filibuster on all oc oaslons where opportunity presented Itself In order to force the Republi cans to action on an employers lia bility bill and other measures deemed necessary of enactment was announced by Williams of Mississippi In the house of representatives during the consideration of the agricultural He said he had waited to see some evl ences of an Intention to transact uslness which the people were de finding had reached he conclusion that the time was ripe o force the hand of the Republican The Democrats cheered the an General debate on the agricultural pproprlatlon bill continued through ut the except for a brief when Sulzer of New by way f retaliation for the action of the ouse in eliminating from the record Is speech of Saturday sought to jave expunged some remarks of alzell of Pennsylvania regarding the In he was unsuc Many Democrats refrained rom supporting his BAflTJN THE CASE Llabls to Deportation But It U Citizen of United March fifteen Spaniards arrested here charge ith being alien contract laborers were given a hearing and remanded to all in default of bail They will be taken to Baltimore and be helt here until the secretary of commerce and labor of tbe United States re views the evidence and passes on it The case ot one of them is some what He came to thli country with his wife shortly afte helr marriage and they have a baby three weeks old and born in this ooun Being a native it may be difficult to deport the In tin cases of the If they are guilty they will be deported as soon as the secretary passes on the De portattou also precludes their eve coming to this RESTS EASILY Victim of Korean Fanaticism Will Probably Get San March the foreign advisor to the Korean government at who was shot and seriously wounded by a Ko rean at the ferry station is resting but lie has not yet been pronounced out of His temperature continues normal and his respiration remains While the surgeons professed to be more than satisfied with Stevenss symptoms have it was which indicate that one of the bullets from the wouldbe assas sins revolver had nearly penetrated the lung A consultation of sur geons was at which it was de cided to make an xray examination of the wounds to locate the To Use Star Witness March Or under sentence of death In Idaho as the selfconfessed murderer of former Governor will appear as the chief witness against Steve Adams at Telluride in where Adams Is to be tried in connec tion with the mysterious disappear ance of a man named Barney during tbe riots of 1901 and MEWS M BfilEP March While rylng to take his dog from thft rail road tracks at William age six was killed by a March Andrew Car negie has offered to erect a library on he site of the Colllnwood school the scene of Hie slaughter of pupils by March Notices were posted by the officials of the Le Valley Coat company at their various collerles that work would not je resumed until after April March a wellknown was caught In the elevator In the Wick bank building and crushed to He attempted to alight when the car March According to a local Andrew Carnegie has se cured Hans Wagner as coach of Car negie Technical school In this Wagner will also give lectures on March age an undertaker at this was found suspended by a rope In the loft of a No cause for the deed is His rldow and two small children March Taking the risk of breaking his neck rolling down the mountain George arrested at Roaring sprang tnrough the window of a car In a Penn sylvania train and escaped March A human leg was found hanging to a brake rod underneath a passenger coach of an express train over the Pennsylvania railroad which arrived here from Chi The limb was that of a white United States Senator Boles who Is 111 at his home is reported to be In an extremely serious It was stated by his physicians that his temperature Is lower but that other wise there Is no March Three Peter Adam Kul losky and Michael all were seriously burned in 5 shaft of the Pennsylvania Coal company at Plttston by an explosion of It Is feared their injuries may prove March After attending a Rallies performance here Birdie known as Fluffy a hotel waitress who came here from RELATIVES Grover Blake Gets a Remarkable Demonstration of Affection at Funeral STANDINUT COFFIN Of Mother Whom He Murdered Grover Blake Shows First Sign of Remose PERMITTED TO VIEW THE BODY Relatives Shower Kisses Upon Young Man Who Killed His Mother With Hammer and Robbed Her Corpta of and Some burglarized a drygoods of feminine wear piled up outside a window when detected and She claims two men forced her to do the Bowling March safe blowers got away unscratched at although discovered at their work and fired upon by William Wed dell and Charles They heard the men In Sampson Hollers store and discovered them preparing to set off a charge in the safe affcer the one explosion had blown off the outer No cash was March tem porarily insane August twentyone years set Ore to his fathers barn and shot HiR body was burned and the with four head of was The young mans mother found her son lying on the apparently with the names all around She was unable to drag his body from the March on March until he stood at the bier of his William in this city did Grover selfconfessed murderer of the woman who gave him seem to realize the enormity of his He all but collapsed as he gazed upon the still lips which once smiled upon On the where as a he had imprinted thero was a mule and terrible testimony of the blow that mark showing where the hammer wielded by young Blake had sunk Into his mothers brain just he he robbed her of That young Blake was permitted to see his mother as she lay a corpse was due to the pity felt for him by his William who asked Sheriff Smolser to escort the youth to the Blake home three hours before the The sheriff required a court order and accompanied by Police Superintendent Smith and Dep uty Sheriff the prisoner was taken in a cab to the Blake The young man was not but officers had firm hold on his They led him up to the coffin of hla then the officers stepped back for a moment and permitted him to view the still When the officers started to take young Blako back to jail some women In the chamber asked permis sion to Three all rushed up to threw their arms around his neck and kissed him good He was taken back to his Not once did he speak to the When the funeral of Blake place more than persons stood around the In conduct Ing the funeral the George Winfrey made no reference to the tragic death of but he said of She was faithful to to her obligations and The husband of inemurdered woman was able to follow her grave after being stimulated to pre vent a recurrence of heart but a physician accompanied the sick and griefstricken While the funeral of his mother was in progress Grover Blake paced the floor of his cell glancing frequently out of the barred through which he could see across White river to Anderson where LOBBYISTS BUSY AntiRace Betting Bills May Not Pass New York March since the days when the New York city gas legislation wan under consideration be fore the senate In 1905 hate there been so many rumors about the capltol of BVcalled lobby Influences at work as there is now with reference to the bills designed to prohibit gambling at race Certain conspicuous op ponents of the legislation declared all but publicly that they were assured of at thirty votes in the senate the Diligent Investiga fails to locate any defi nite foundation for the rumors snd careful polls of the list of senators make It seem most unlikely that such Tote can be rallied against U U beyond niter that the bills are now in a precarious situation solar as the sen ate Is concerned and that their pas sage is anything but Senator Agnew tried to begin the parliamentary procedure necessary to bring the bills out the burial place In the general orders where they are at least temporarily but was prevented by Senator Gradys object Mormons Migrate to British March A heavy movement ot Mormons from Utah is in progress In this the population of the town being doubled and all accommodation The seasons trek from Utah promises to assume the proportions ot an Invasion and it is threatened that shortly there will be more Mormons north than south of the international Proctors Successor March John Stewart of former govern or of has been appointed to the United States senate by Governor Proctor to fill the vacancy caused by the recent death of Senator Redfleld Stewart us His term will expire this com ing when the legislature in regular LAME EVERY A Bad Back is Always Worse in the Morning Gresnvlllc People Are Finding A back that aches all and Frederick Krlbbs Mercantile company Lodyard A fine showing of shirt waists at causes discomfort at night ia usually PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Announce their Spring and Summer Opening Wednesday March 25th to 28th We should be delighted to have as many ladies of Greenville visit our store and see this exposition oi all that is latest in outer garments as There is nothing better in New York or later Place 7O8 State worse in the Makes you feel an It you hadnt slept at Cant cure a bad back until you cure the Doans Kidney Pills cure aick you teel work rest better and sleep Permanent cures In prove the merit ot Lawrence 29 Water says My Mangh ter Buffered with a constant aching In the small of her right over the kidneys for oome At times the pain seemed to extend up her Bplne to the top of her She iwas restless at night and would arise to the morning worn oat and When I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised I procured a box at Aldenderfers drug My daugh ter used this remedy carefully and H few days she felt decidedly tm The pains became leas se vere until entirely Whom sfie had finished the contents of ot she bad not a single of kidney A remedy Doams Kidney worthy of aU the praise I can give For sale by all New sole agents tor the WUted M Remember the take no Itarty liver Hrry the pilot of a passenger engine which the engineer was trying In vain to Fireman Luddon of saved a fouryearold girl from certain Engineer Robinette saw the child and applied the throwing the passengers from their but the train could not be stopped in The fireman climbed over the engine and grabbed the child in time to save its March The twelve students who were recently suspended from Westminster college on account of their affiliation with a secret frater nity presented a petition to the board of directors seeking The students acknowledge their but declare that there were ex tenuating circumstances which ranted their The board immediately took up the petition for March cey cashier of the Wells Fargo express office In this was found dead in bed in his room with a bullet wound In his Dewltt came to this city four years ago from New where his mother De wltt was twenty years He feared consumption and Is said to have made a threat two years ago that he would kill himself rather than become a vic tim ot the March the first time about 600 Bulgarians living In Toledo have applied to the Infirmary department for They say they are out of work and in need of They lined gave their names and places of residence and all will be sup An investigation was at once begun by Colonel Ohio Immt gratlon and he finds their foreigners have itibll he will BI once tnki nd pa to them depot his mother was laid to American Student March a Rhodes scholar from New Orleans at was washed off the rocks and drowned at Port March lowing closely the Black Hand attempt to hold up Albert a wealthy for which resulted in the arrest of Charles Sned eker is in receipt of another letter de manding the same to be left on the Bellalre bridge at Bellaint Five Uttsri by Rabid March a bitten by a developed rabies despite thePas teur He escaped and bit three women and two Thompson choked himself to death in his agoatas by tying a collar around hta All those bitten by Thompson to be taken to New Orleans for the Pasteur ENGLANDSAYS NO ALUM IN FOOD and strictly prohibits the sale or alum baking So does France So does Germany The tale of alum foodt has been made illegal in Washingtoo and the District of Colum and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized at To protect yourself agaimt when ordering baking Sty plainly ROYAL and be very sure you get Royal Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of It to the digestibility and whole of the   

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