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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD I APHIL 2 CENTS PI3R Opponent of Aldrich Currency Bill Says It Was Deliberate Work of the Money Kings THREATENED Operators and Miners Split on the Clever Work of Detective Lands Question of precautions INSIDERS HAD FULL WARNING Believes Forcing of Aldrich Bill Through Congress Will Result In Defeat of Republican Secret Bargain Has Been April closing an address before the house committee on banking and in which he denounced the Aldrich currency bill as a gambling Alfred a financial authority of made this somewhat startling statement It Is Impossible to understand any reason for thus forcing this univer sally obnoxious legislation through congress unless some persons high in the council of our party have made some secret pledge to masters of Wall street to put this legislation through and give its dangerous pow ers to the special interests in ex change for the support of the malefac tors In the coming national If this is what has been done and it Is persisted in to the extent of fasten ing this dangerous legislation upon the our party will deserve the defeat which that course will bring upon Every patriotic citizen will hope that no such unholy and discreditable bargain has been made and that in the final test the members the majority party in congress will listen to the all but universal demand of the people of the entire Uir States and will defeat both the Al a Wouldbe Assassin Very Neatly Questi Against Disasters drlch and tho Vreeland bills over Bankers Not Playing crozler plainly Intimated that the members of the currency commis sion and the American Hankers asso ciation did not act fairly with the banking and currency committee In unanimously opposing the Aldrlrh While opposing the bill on princi he the members of that commission objected to It because the CAUGHT BLACK HAND MAN Suspect Lured Into Trap by Altoona April Delectlvo Robert Kraft of this city has re turned from Elk where he cap lured a member of the Dlack Hand outfit who had been threatening to kill six millionaires in that The man is In jail at Mo commiBBion was captured in the act of emergency currency was to bear 6 per with he supposed to be cent Interest and are ready to which hnd placed In a lonely and port it now If the Interest is secluded spot ns directed by The If this committee hnd not honored man wrote to the millionaires and de manded from each of Kraft was employed on the I In directed that packages of old paprr to represent the money be placed in the location designated by the man and then he kept The suspect came jThis Is the Time I of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets me with this opportunity to speak at this postscript to the public said and If one of tho distinguished bankers who addressed you had not mistaken me last evening for one of their fraternity and unre servedly told me the whole the trick would have been turned quickly and The business In terests of the country might never have known that they had been sold out by their banking and even this committee might not in time have become aware that the groat men who appeared here against the bill were In favoring It The Aldrich Crozlcr de is a gambling game from start to finish brought here by gamblers and promoted by gamblers for gam bling He asserted stoutly that he knew the late financial stringency was brought on deliberately by Wall street I was told in Wall street that such a measure as the Aldrich bill would be brought before this con gress and that a panic would precede Offers to Prove Prince suggested that his charge was a very serious one and ought not to be made on opinion but on actual Crozler replied late at secured tho package and while he was beating a retreat Kraft aud his men captured Oatmeal King Is April Ferdinand known as the oatmeal king of America trotn having founded the breakfastfood business in this died unexpectedly at his home Me was eightytwo years old on March 30 He retired from busi ness some years ago after having dis posed of his large Interests to the American Cereal now the Quaker Oats He came to America from in 1850 and settled on a farm near Cleve but later embarked In the groc ery and in 1856 began the man ufacture of oatmeal In this city on a small Schumacher was also prominent as being an original Pro He gave large sums for and charitable April former cashier of the Leetonia First National has been indicted on sixtyeight The charges say that he embezzled money from the bank and made false John Chapman of who is charged with embezzlement of from the postoftlce at that of which he was assistant was also In April After two diiyi Hpcnl in harinonioii discussion j over Iho Hcales find agreeimuts which I are ot vital Imporlanci not only i lo the iniiuts In I Ins coal liella of Pi anil but I to Ihi1 rniHiMrclnl Mill acliv i ity of ronUy the tion of affoctliu Pcinsyiva i nla nloiu coiiKumniullon j of a final i Reports trom tha committee would indicate that a tentative agreement to I extend over two with ninety cents a ton as the rale for mining j been agreed It has also been I agreed that the committee will rocoin i mend to the conference a I resolution signed by both miners and I operators be drawn up condemning i any action which will result in tho suspension ot work In any mine In the central competitive Both the op erators and miners were agreed that this was necessary for the protection of their which were jeopar dized by tho numberless local strikes over When these two points had been sat isfactorily adjusted the committee took FAVORS POSTAL BANKS Postal Savings Bank Bill Gets En couraging Treatment in the Senate J Every Year Built j More Convenient that if a commission was appointed ho would furnish a list of witnesses to tho counsel by whom this charge can be As an evidence of the conspiracy to bring on a panic Crozler said a prominent financier told the president of the New New Haven and Hartford railroad that it was to be i April brought on before the meeting of of the transcontinental pipe line by the gress and on that Information he said WatersPierce Oil company from Texas the railroad borrowed i by way of Illinois and with Urged to tell who the financier pre branch lines to the other western oil dieting a panic Crozier said is being hastened across the he did not like to give his name at this but would give It to the counsel of any commission congress might appoint to investigate the causes of the recent financial He predicted that when the panic was finally investigated would be seen that there hnd been a concentration of I banking capital in Now THE FURNITURE THE BQ Fish Want Carnegie April Carnegies proposition to give this city a public library building providing the citizens raised for a site was turned down at a spe cial election by 277 Minnesota Solid for April Minnesota Republican state conven tion elected four delegatesatlarge to the national convention at Chicago and Instructed them to vote for the nomi nation of Secretary of War One sure way to be called old before you really are is to be come a baseball southern part of Butler county with a force of The line enters Pennsylvania through Beaver passes Evans City and Sax onburg and crosses tha Allegheny at April ter Adams discovered three burglars robbing his office at Bear He and several neighbors surrounded tho and as the robbers rushed from the oflice shots were The burglars New April the hope of saving eighteenyearold Ro sario Serge from the although his execution is fixed for May At torney Emery win again appeal to the pardon Serge Is so boyish look Ing he scarcely appears to be April Buss of age and Susan Fisher of age have been Buss Is worth and this is his fifth The woman ho wedded was his youthful but a quarrel had estranged up the consideration of alterations which should be made in tho workings to prevent accidents which have cast a pall over so many of the Plttsburg mines In the last six It is this rock which split the committee and now menaces the success of tho Minors from the Pitlsburg district Insisted upon certain condi tions which the operators refused to COLONET IMPOSSIBLE Army Officer Banished For Queer Cause by War April friends of Colonel William Stewart of the coast who on October 3 last was ordered to the solitudes of aban doned Fort have suc ceeded In obtaining permission for him to choose as a place of residence one of the Atlantic coast artillery The case of this officer Is regarded as one of the in the an nals of tha war The cor respondence which Is available shows that an official communication from the war department was addressed to him at his Fort Flo last in which he was at the presidents to make voluntary application for retire ment on the ground that he was tem peramentally Colonel Stewart has refused to request retire m6nt except as a brigadier general and the department thereupon decided to banish He Is unable to obtain a statement of the charges against it is Affords Perfect Foleys Honey and Tar affords perfect security from pneumonia and consumption as It cures the most ob stinate coughs and We have never known a single instance of a cold resulting in pneumonia after Foleys Honey and Tar had been tak Bessemer SAME Senate Committee Reports Favorably on Postal Depositaries April senate i committee on postofliros and post roads voted to report favorably tho postal savings bank bill drafted by a subcommittee of which Senator Car i tor was An amendment was adopted changing the name of the pro posed institutions to postal deposita which meets the objections raised against the bill by j Tho amendment does not alter tho I purposes of the the objects of which are to furnish convenient do positaries for the small savings of persons remote from adequate bank Ing Chairman Fowler of tho house com mittee on banking and currency has Introduced in tho house a bill provid ing for the appointment of a commis sion of fortythree members to pre pare a bill for a scientific financial and currency The member ship Is to consist of eleven eleven members of the house and twentyone citizens to be designated by the The commission Is required to make a report to congress by Hffl Several Companies of State Police Are Sent to Preserve Or der During TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF April John Maxwell and Charles Utterbach of were killed in a freight wreck at thirtyfive miles west of April Sorority girls of the University of Wooster threaten to strike because of an order of the faculty which practically abolishes the local chapters of their April William who shot and killed his wife at Economy on the night of April died at the hospital at from injuries that had been April Andrew Car NONUNIONISTS ROUGHLY USED In Acting Role of Strikebreakers Two Are Shot and Several Others Badly Beaten Mayor Reluctantly Asks Governor Stuart For April and bloodshed marked the third day of the street car strike here when the Ches ter Traction company attempted to operate Its cars with imported strike The strikers and their sym pathizers stormed the trolley car that was started out ot the and in the melee two men were Wil liam a claim agent for the was struck in tho arm by a bullet and William the motorman who had charge of the was struck in the foot by a He was dragged from the car and beaten and was rescued with Grlesemeler also received a disloca tion of the Several other traction employes were cut and A mob of fully men stood guard nearthe trolley barns at day break awaiting a move on the part of the traction and when the first car was run out on the followed by tho appearance of about forty strikebreakers In charge of the crowd became furi The car was attacked and the strikebreakers set The local po lice were unable to cope with the situ and after many conferences be number In I ho troop sent from Read The latter are supplied with am munition and equipment sufficient to meet almost any Tho mounted state officers will ridfc Into the city before daybreak and pre pare to protect the trolley companys The local though aug mented by fifty men specially sworn have been unable to give the trol ley company any and It Is remarkable that no arrests were made n connection with the The trolley officials are determined to operate the and the entire city Is in a state of fear and believing that there will be bloodshed and probably much property April members of Troop state constabu fully equipped and left this city last night for in obedience to the order of the OUT Lawyers Who Control His Estate Ob ject to His New April a Recond ef fort to permit John Armstrong Chan ler to return to New York and prose cute a suit against his Thomas to recover the profits from his million dollar estate up to 1904 and be protected from the state who wish to send him back to Bloomlngdale counsel for Chanler appeared in the United States circuit court of ap formerly husband ot Amelie the who is Princess is living on his 600acre the Merry at In New York state he la legally insane and an escaped In mate of A commission In Virginia has found him In suing a member of the law firm of Choate Sher who appointed a committee on look after his es Chanler seeks not only to recover the profits of his New York real estate and stocks up to but to establish his status In New York as a sane The application to permit Chan ler to return to New York under the protection the courts was opposed by Joseph acting foi who contends that Chanler Is still Insane and should be returned Immediately to Bloomlngdale If he enters New York tween the traction and city officials It tn ths was decided to ask Governor Stuart negies offer to add to the Con8tabulary to Ulke Coal for summer Try a load of Filer Miller a 3tt Yell w Perch Blue Pike 5 Lake Erie White Fish HTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE t A gUNTZE SH MARKET West Ot Arlington Hotel PARISCLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Theres a a house continues to in rase its business each successive we ntend to continue the nur Coats and Suits t re worthy ot ths critical consideration of every buyer whi appreciates maximum the entre assortment is better a d broader in scope than any we have ever d lo the ladies of Greenville An Early inspection is Requested 7O8 State April B womens raincoats Coats of general utility at this season specially Grey Striped Kubbei Coats full length loose back double breasted turn back serviceable Coats Tan or Oxford Cravenette Eain semifitted or loose back that ordinarily eell at Silk or Satin Rubber Black or fancy stripes Ten qtyles splendid quality and Fancy Fig ured White Swiss Curtains with hemstitched ruff o BOGQS NORTH Tech school endowment provided the city buys land for to be used for has been coldly re April Rafael Sol onbrino was found on the street stabbed through the He may He says Amadio Estoslto was his The latter has not been ap April Dors age of was shot behind the ear when a revolver in his twelveyearold brothers hands was accidentally The wound is prob ably a fatal April Jo seph a has been fleeced out of several hundred dollars worth of supposed to be In a safety deposit but the key left with her by the man refused to unlock East April Mary Ambler formerly of assistant librarian of the Car negle library here for the last seven Is She was a daughter of the late Daniel a wellknown April a brother of Captain James McGumn of this was attacked in a remote section near Welch and is McGufflns head was crushed with a weapon in the hands of it Is Wil liams was April Professor Pranz Ziegler and nine members of his Columbus en route to Kellys Island In a small boat to give a were at the mercy of Lake Eries waves in a fierce gale lasting five Rescuers landed the im periled men after a hard April two weeks of Incessant toil rescuers have found the bodies of Michael Tokash and John who were en tombed in the Jeddo No 4 tunnel on April The bodies of the men were found about half way up the breast and stood being covered with mud and April The Dorr Street Savings an institution situated in the factory district and patronized principally by workmen and small has closed its The trouble Is due to financial depres which caused laborers to with draw The bank had Assets will pay depositors in April Secretary Bailey of this city a call has been Issued for a meeting of the exec utive committee of the Bryan state league at the Commonwealth next It is un derstood that the slate ot the state Democratic leaders for delegatnsat large to the Denver convention will be charge of tho The request for the state police was sent to the governor by Mayor John and Troop A from In command of Captain Pitcher and Lieutenant Van and Troop C of Reading were ordered to tho scene of the Captain John Groome of superin tendent of the took per sonal command of the Troop C arrived late last night arid en camped about two miles outside of the city while the Greensburg men are expected early There are thirtyfour men in the command of Captain Pitcher and about the game Penrose Is Operated t April opera tion was performed on United States Senator Boies Penrose at the Univerv slty hospital here to relieve a condi tion of the neck due to the erysipelas from which he suffered In connection with his recent severe This condition Is said by the physicians to have retarded ills The oper ation was said to have bean suc April a Wheeling young was arrested on a charge of taking a cer tified check for from Sarah a wealthy woman of Graf while she was waiting in tha depot here for a ENJAMIN Correct Clothes for Men are because they cost no and wear longer than And there is the Correct New York Style that stays in a Benjamin Garment to the Thats why we sell Benjamin Abe Hesse 213 Main Street   

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