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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING MARCH 2 CENTS PBR SOLD Pittsburg Man Made Good Thing Selling Out to the Standard Oil HEAR MORE EVIDENCE Alleged Standard Methods Recited at Cleveland March more witnesses wore examined In thn gov ernmcntK ouster suit against the Standard Oil Heigh a real estate denier of told how he sold out twice to UK the time because he WM too weak to compete and on the second occasion because the Standard offered him u bonus equaling his pos sible profits Tor fifteen or twenty Frank salesman for the National Refining testified that for fourteen yeani up to two years ago he worked for the Standard Oil While In Lin In he he was ordered by western manager for the Standard Oil Com pany of to put out tank wag ons on the trail of Baker independent The flrm was driven out of he be cauie It would not stay In The same tactics were repeated In Port he While oil was sell Ing at 2 cents a gallon the Standard put In ii price of G cents and with certain rebates paid friendly mer chants they were able to secure the oil at 3 cents a American Oak Staves Spanish erapesrowers prefer Amer ican oak staves for claiming Hurt no other wood IB so good for the preservation ot This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE TRISTATEJjEWS IN BRIEF March Re becca ago and lawful cousin of Is dead at her home March George Wlison of Company Fourth Pennsylvania died at Venango March George a of killed his sixyearold daugh ter by beating her with a poker and fatally Injured his wife with the same Jealousy is assigned as the Conrad March reputed to worth hanged himself to a hook with a red bandana handkerchief in a shed In the rear of his home at Despondency over the loss of work Is said to have been the March age while suffering from temporary shot and killed Dennis his set flre to a summer then killed Both lived on a farm at nine miles from March a wealthy retired business man of this stabbed himself with a penknife after locking himself in his Po lice broke in and placed him under control in time to save his He had been despondent several March 600 barrel gusher was drilled in by the Oil company on its tract of 700 acres near The well Is about one mile and a half south of Steubonvllle and Is the great est ever drilled In that part of the East March flre at the home of Brown at Brownsdale caused the partial destruc tion of the country residence and the death of The fire was started by a live coal rolling from the grate in a secondstory setting fire to the March vey Davis of was shot and perhaps fatally wounded by his Edna age six at his The girl shot him twice because he slapped her One bullet struck Davis in the face and the other penetrated his March lives of eighteen two of whom were wore endangered at State college by fire that caused damage to the handsome chemical building at the An explo sion of coal tar gas while the juniors were at work In the laboratory started the March body of Jacob a wellknown oil man of was found In the woods one mile from Richwood in a decomposed Lackey while sick Jumped from the second story of a boarding house at Richwood on the night of March dressed only In his night and March convict ed lumbermen whose sentences to im prisonment for conspiracy in restraint of trade was affirmed by the circuit court will apply for leave to file peti tion lu error in the supreme There is doubt 1C such application will be as It raises a question which has never been decided by Ohio Grimy Toilers Wash Up and Dress in Their Sun day Clothes FOR THEYRE ON A VACATION By Refusing to Sign Wale Scale Em ployers Curtail the Mine Production and Hope to Obtain Better Peaceable Outcome March union miners In most of the coalfields of the country will lay down their picks and shovels Almost ot them will stop work ia Western Texas and probably In Illi Michigan West Virginia and Ken The mining contracts under which they urn now working expire at midnight tonight and except in Cen tral Pennsylvania and In the Indiana block coal no contracts have been made nor have the miners and operators yet entered into district agreements providing for tho opera tion of the mines after April 1 pend ing This is a possibility In tho Indiana bituminous eoal in Michigan and West The In dianu Western Pennsylva nia and Illinois miners and operators nre In joint session at Torre PlttsburK mid Technically the miners will go out Sister Town Alive with cal Option Sentiment and Gives Berry Great Re ception A GREAT Sledge Hammer Arguments for Local Option Given by ExState Treas urer Berry at En Sharon Is the llvest town in the county on the local option Friday evening the local club had a big meeting addresed by Wayne who may almost be claimed as a Sharon He is a most eloquent speaker and has been a power In the fight in Monday night a meeting was held In Addresses at Dollar Dinner Outline Issues of the Com ing Campaign THE TRUSTS AND THE TARIFF Seem to Bo With Currency Question Scarcely Bry an 3ays President Roosevelt Is Be liever in Doctrines of Kansas March Demo crats from all parts of Missouri to the number of attended a dollar ban MURDER Cleveland Police Think Though Circumstances Indicate Otherwise Democratic league of Wil Hum Brynu and Judson Harmon the guests of honor and princi pal thronged the Some persons hall as auditors and In the First The crowd was so great that the ladles were asked to retire to the Sunday school rooms and lot the voters be which they graciously Seven hundred men sat in the audi torium and all present totalled about The speaker was Exstate Treasurer Berry who was cheered to the echo when he made his appear the audlenco having in mind Ills signal service to the Common wealth In exposing the most gigantic graft of the Splendid asthis audience said It rule and not the Two days ago I had thfi pleasure of addressing Vnen at Willlamsport and now am on my way to speak in old native town on the banks of the in I even expect that place to go dry which would be a testi monial to the tide of temperance sen timent that Is sweeping over this Not either weve always had temperance senti but this sentiment is in prac tlcal Sentiment is at the bottom of the whiskey business as well as temper The first factor in the traffic is the He Us in it for one rea i money theres In Ask any dealer and he will March I know it isnt the right age ot tnlng to lo mlt we dont1 sell It has been adjudged insane by the pro bate His insanity is the result j of a A few years ago when Drees was night watchman In a Iccal factory several of his dressed as burst in upon Drees was so badly frightened that his mind began to March some on but in reality they stop work because the except in Indiana and snow no real in tention of meeting and treating with though no question of wage or principle Is at John Mitchell returned and Is pre paring to step out of Congress man Wilson Is back from Cen tral where he scored the first big success in the present sit uation by getting the Central Penn sylvania operators and miners into an That district will con tinue to Vice President who will succeed President Mitchell to will announce his appoint ments when takes It is un derstood that Samuel editor of the United Mlneworkers is to be retired and that possibly Chris the official may be succeeded by a now appointee has not given out any information concerning these Mr the new secretary will bring with him from Illinois as his righthand man Frank Hays of March coal mine operators have decided to close the mines of the state for the im mediate beginning on April The mines will he closed until about April 15 or perhaps cheered the The meeting was essentially a Bryan spontaneous enthusiasm marking every mention of his candidacy for the The reception accorded Harmon was no cordial and suggestions prom ising him high honors from his party were enthusiastically Bryan said In part The president Is not a Democrat for he leans toward Hamilton rather than toward Jefferson and favors a concentration of power In Washington and a centralization of government which Democrats regard as distinctly hostile to the national welfare The president does believe with Jeffer sou ihal reform must come from the masses and that the government is good In proportion as the people can make it their own and administer by their own hands In their own He believes as Hamilton ITtS i there is a governing class and that the governing class ought to deal honestly aud generously with the Reach Same He has never advocated the elec tion of senators by the Not honna constitution securing thla protec tion ot the laboring What relief docs Secretary Taft propose to give us from the burdens which Imperialism haa imposed upon the country The appropriation for the army and navy increased more than a hundred millions a year since we entored upon our mtnl Our army ls more than twice M iarge M It was In iKflt and we still denying In the Ihlllpplns Islands the doctrine wet forth in the declara tion of independence that govern ments derive their powers from Lhe consent of the Harmon said In part always thought It mean andun patriotic to mak political capital out of a public And I believe every Democrat In the country as 1 that lie would rather stand unothur defeat than sue tho iyor mul tiplying on the curs Htanding Idle on mills and closed or feebly commerce par alyzed anil the old and dependent pinched In provisions which in diiHlry or tiffed Ion has made for But if all this had to us It now hRB I bollevo every fair man will as I that it the Justice God who hates slanderers and false that it struck these while in full Who Is to Blame They say it was the Boer war that brought on the the Japanese the you please but It is enough for us that it was not the And when they say it was not themselves they confess they have been humbugging the people all these years and slandering the But can the Republicans be acquit ted of all responsibility Such dis turbances always imply previous con ditions of In this case we are told of swollen the rich and the They LIU II VJL OWH J yi j withstanding his knowledge ot ttie hava been VOunaly and it is senates subserviency to the favor1 seeking he does not ap preciate the purifying influence that popular elections would have upon the senatorial and his failure to recognize this can be accounted for by his Hamiltoninn views of govern And looking at the subject from his point of he reaches tne same conclusion on some questions that the Democrats as they view the from the Democratic view Among the rank and tile of Re publicans there is a Democratic senti for Hamiltons doctrines do not appeal to the imagination or to the reason of the average These He publicans have been quick to recog nize the presidents good purpose and to see in his recommendations a tend ency toward better It IB proof that the reform sentiment in the Re publican party is not only large but militant that the corporate powerful as they have not been able to coerce Die Middle West into the support of any of the Republican candidates who are regarded as reac This in itself IK the most hopeful sign of a Democratic president having aroused this Anl thats else for me presiaem e And citizens sentiment the Republican party must R own BHUsfy the exciteI or lose ule and forty Italiai laborers started to work on a street paving contract between 200 and Americans and who had expected to be at tacked the The police were called out and fto riot The contractors terms by promising employ Americans when additional help the present force of Italians being old its up to you to take that excuse j away make it so nobody else will or can sell That Is the worst featj lire of a way so j that if one man doesnt sell it somei parryVa Republican ntt i mi i the support of the rank and tile of tlio Good Plattorm If in the campaign the He pilUllniriK have nn ambiguous plat form filled with glittering generali ties ami fragrant with bouquets thrown a body else president elected upon it would be as If there is a seller there must be powoiless as tho present president has The buyer is the second 1 say powerlessfor what has 1 Ihe president succeeded in There are more trusts today than said that exposure of their doings and designs has If It did not the general prostration of con fidence from which we now Of course exposure of wrongs cannot justly be blamed for anything because they should always be brought to llfht whatever the But how comes it that these were allowed to spring up and grow to such size that exposing them disturbs the whole country If this is traceable to the ac tion or inaction of the public authori then the necessity and conse quences of belated exposure reach back to the same responsible The Democrats had almost unbroken control of the government during the first seventy while the popula tion and wealth ot the country In creased anybody during all that time ever hear of swollen1 predatory wealth or trusts People Favor Honest We have always had rich men and very rich for wealth Is relative ami we shall always have 1 should be ashamed of our people i with their great and varied advantages none or few of them should gain citizens who right useful place n Only Democrats d not regard rich men as the Ideal o nor think it the business of the government to produce them It can assure liberty to everyone while cannot be And the Democratic Ideal is the free man free from all forms of oppression and FOUND DEAD iM WOODS Music Teacher and Pupil Believed to Have Been March are searching Dundas woods for a missing upon which may hang u solution ofthe mystery sur rounding the tragic death of Girl fiftyeight years of and Miss Lena thirty years The bodies of the man and with their hearts by revolver were found In the forest in Cleveland Just eaat of the While murder and suicide first were the absence ot a revolver led the coroner to declare that Bern thaler and Miss ZiecUmana were murdered by a third Bern thaler was a music teacher and a member of an opera house orchee Twice a widow and children itirvive He three of whom Carl and Otto are musi cians in By the flnrt whom he married In New he had three now tlvtoc in IMS siding In and Miss Zlechmann was a music pnpN ot Bernthaler and a teacher ot Ger man in the public She aa4 her music master had been acquaint ed tor many Her father to a local Each left their hoese Sunday They met in Don das The coroner has estimat ed that they came to their death dur ing the early as to motives for the supposed double murder have been discussed by officials but no evidence has March the twel liRolcl child of wna Wiled by a Western Maryland engine at Holly Junction while playing on the March a ago wus found dead In MB chicken He was on his He had apparently shot He had been in ill a part oC tho he matches his appetite against tho sellers avarice makes the If tonly these two were involved we would have a right to interfere but for the nke of diversion we will a iw we have The Third Wai1 Paper Cleaner Climax 1 for 25c DYES I Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New Now is the Time KAMERERS Bessemer Pharmacy PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Invites Attention IJto Their Ladies Tailored Skirts and Spring Coats Our line is complete from the most uptodate Houses in America Our Waist Display will interest you in foreign and domestic styles in white lace and1 LINGERIE SILK DRESSES and DEMI COSTUMES 7O8 State Street JH Pa there were when he entered the office and he has never succeeded in getting a law enacted to strengthen the pres ent He has not succeeded in ig a trust magnate in the penlten and the only large fine that has Imposed has aroused more criti cism than commendation among ne not secured the enactment of the nec essary labor He has not secured an Income tax and the Repub What does Secretary Taft stand for What doos he denounce as wrong What does he propose as a remedy What would he do with the trusts He tells ua that he would not exter minate but simply regulate them But the Republican party has tried that instead of regulating the the Republican party has Does he irtU from neeiiKss In free to decide for himself lies his best prospect of unl to follow way The jist people I tin i bus bien a But there is a third a j publican Ha baa notjeeured irgo contingent of omen and children fathers and sis sweethearts and who et neither the money nor the fun iut who suffer almost the torture j f the These cry out for ellverance Isnt it time for us to get In the game It Is our When I was a young I was Invited to take a sail in a yacht on Lake I iad never been In a yacht and was My hosts were soon busy roparlng for a threehour One been bMhe Qf appeared with the provisionstwo No On the jugs and a loaf of Whyd you bring so much bread growled the Thought we might need It said i And wo did need The pair were drunk in an hour and we were out three Ever since that I am particular about my What affects Pennsylvania affects me and I am anxious for my citizen ship mates I want them freed from the Brick and Some ot my Mends Bay this Is and they fair cluircc iml they will ill and they HIV iliigriMl who linvss not thrived ieol hey They ciinnot v sthreii iirfiiinsl uioso who have altrr ill wirillh mwlii not haw u lilnsslnato nr to llitlr Hut i hiiv In soniifi on tN pnrl of live govern ment which imiilnlntneil by all for tln coiiiiioii which tins In croiMil iIn tains of some lit the cost of and then you have n con dltlon which drives tho uiiHieiiiiy to Soclwl uiul spreads among Hit1 tie of hasty find liuomildcrnu1 acton DEAD IN FIERY SEPULCHER i he favors the weakening of the ne wants to insert the word unrea nonable so that the instead of misonable words not a proper subject for Going along the streets ot Chester one one hailed me with the in formation that a brick had fallen og Continued on Page In other ha would transfer the case from the jury to the Instead ot provng to the satisfaction ot a Jury that there wua a combination re straint of the government would have to prove to the satisfac tion of the judge that the restraint was an unreasonable one that the In dustry strangled by the trust was not In a polite and genteel Taft and Labor What reform does Secretary Taft propose for the benefit of labor Th0 laboring men Insist that they are titled to by Jury hut Secretary Taft went all the way to Oklahoma to QU4 fault with proyifiOB Inthe QJda Burnina Mine at Sealed to Smother March None of the sixtytwo victims of the two explo sions In mine 1 of the Union Pa cific Coal company lias been recov except the live corpses blown from the The condition of these bodies precludes the possibility that any of the men in the mine survived the second An official list ot the known victims of the disaster given out by the com pany contains sixtytwo It Is believed by some that probably ten others also met death In the The entrances have been sealed to smother the as it is impossible to down the elope and fleht the flames March physi cians in attendance upon Senator Pen rose have Issued the following bulle tin The condition of Senator Pen rose continues to improve in a factory March am idleness of over four months the tin ning department of the Sheet and Tin Plate company operations at South affording employment to i March Ham Civil war veteran and one of five men appointed to secure a charter for the Grand Army of the Re public in died at a age eightyfour Schellens of of the junior class at the University of Penn has been chosen Rhodes scholar from Pennsylvania by the Rhodes scholarship Stevenss Folks Provided Tokyo March emperor bestowed upon the lato Durham who was assassinated in Bam Francisco by a the decoration of the Grand Rising highest order In The Japanese ROY will give about to the family yof the mur dered and the Korean gov ernment will give them all about Big Suit Quickly March suit of state against the Burley Tonacoo clety for back taxes on pounds of taluedat was tried before Judge and The judge that Rehorn failed to make a Clothlno In In winter throughout the cold tudes of China the Chlheee ot classes wear wool or hair Even the cooly laborer have their sheep or goat people of the middle and official classes have many sets of uiaaovo lined with the richest In houses ure rarely heated to the temperatures of European or can ana in consequence lined clotBtfkflre worn Indoors M lined clotltWMjre worn as x Noeffort to enter unUl at clow the 1 be arc Mt Great forces ot men btrlnc at Ho Got If Groucher ever comes around place borrowing dont let him have Youve spoken too He was around Youre What tog Hes In the howlttl day PreM RwpeiMlble trouble wltt wWf for that Jm   

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