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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED 189t AUGUST 2 CENTS Pftlt COFfc SPEEDY JUSTICE URGEDBY TAFT Nominee Argues the Cause of the Poor Litigant MO SUFFERS BY LAWS DELAY Those With Long Purees Can Mora Eatlly Endure Hopes Deferred Than Those Not So Fortunate Speak trig to Brother Lawyers He Out Remedies for Defects In Prev ent Should Be More Prompt and Jury in Damage Caiet Should Be Hot was no reservation In the southern hospitality accorded to William Taft by the Virginia State Bar asso ciation here on the occasion of the address ot the Republican candidate on The Laws Taft pret aced his speech by expressing two embarrassments he felt In appearing before a Virginia The first he made clear by this anecdote As I was entering the hall here I was Introduced to a very charming daughter ot a married whom I inquired on bearing her which was a Virginia whether she was a relative of a friend of my own from Virginia who bore the same she my poor husband a The story seemed to remove the first The other was Tafte diffidence In discussing be fore the bar of Virginia a technical you he eight years ago I ceased to a Judge and became a mere Out Judge Taft presented his subject by that the end sought in the ad ministration of justice was to promote tranquillity and contentment among the It he saldL long been es fabltshed ttiaT tfie Supreme court o the United States was the ultimate ar biter ot the great political and legal deciding upon the JlmJUtlons of both the legislative and executive branches of which had carried the usefulness of the courts be yond anything attempted in otiier Notwithstanding this desir able Taft expressed a doubt that our present administration ot justice Insured general popular sat isfactton with its I believe that the Institution of pri vate next to that of personal has had most to do with the uplifting and physical and moral im provement of the whole human but that it is not inconsistent with the rights of private propery to impose limitations upon its uses for unlawful purposes and that this is the remedy for reform rather than the abolition of the institution Poor Litigant at Scrutiny of our the In creasing disposition to try experi to see whether there is not some method by which human happi ness may be more equally ought to make those of us who really believe in our Institutions as essen tial to further progress anxious move real and just grounds for criti cism In our present t venture to think that one evil which has not attracted the attention of the com munity at but which Is likely to grow in importance as the inequal ity between the poor and the richIn our civilization is is the de lay in the administration of justice be tween As between two wealthy corporations or two wealthy Individual litigants and where the sub ject matter of the litigation reaches to tens and hundreds ot thousands of our present while not is not so far from proper re sults as to call for The judges of the both state and na are average good Venality In our Judges Is very Procedure Too The inequality that exists in our jresent administration ot justice and sooner or later is certain to rise and trouble us and to call for popular condemnation and reform is in the unequal burden which the delay and expense ot litigation under our system mposes on the poor One Taft must bo tsforrn In our Judicial which Is now too Another would be more expedition on the part of Jidges in rendering their De he always worked to the det riment of the poor and the beneflt of the wealthy As to the jury system Taft said We of dispense with the Jury it Is that which makes the people a part of the adrnin istratlon of but every means by which in civil cases litigants may be Induced voluntarily to avoid the delay and burden of Jury trials ought to be encouraged because in this way the general administration of Justice can be greatly facilitated and the expense incident to delay In litigation can be greatly Nebraska Drouth In va rious parts of Nebraska have relieved drouth that was becoming Murder Suspect the iden tiScatton ot the mutilated body of a boy found in Mud lake arid adjacent ponds and waterways an that Qf Tuffa a the pollco arrested Joseph Hasson on suspicion of hla being the murderer of the Has son was arrested at 102 Mather In his room the ppllce found a blood stained several bloodstained saws and an The body gave every indication of having boon dismem bered with such Negroes Organize for The executive committee of the National tfegro Dem ocratic league met here to discuss campaign Including a proclama tion to be issued to colored voters throughout the Chairman Ross said that work among the col ored voters would be concentrated in the middle west and in New New Connecticut and West sa loonlsts are up in arms against the scheme of the central labor union to arouse enthusiasm for Labor The plan objected to is a contest on the temperance votes to cost a cent each and the money to go to Ballot boxes have been placed throughout The saloonlst fear it will bring on an actual CASH ROLLS IN ON ZEPPELIN Over Already Subscribed to Replace national tee has been formed at Stuttgart un der the presidency of Prince iron Ho henloheLangeaburg to raise a public subscription for Count Al ready more than has been raised and the promfBes received reach double this amount The subscription list of the Berlin bourse totals more than Senator Possehl of Lu beclc and the Essen Mine company each have given a simitar sum and an anonymous subscriber to the fund Heidelberg has contributed The total of tfie lint which is being clrcu lated at Cologne has reached of which amount the city council voted From every city in the empire comes the announcement of the open ing of subscription lists for Count Zep The King of Wurtemburg called on Count Zeppelin and conveyed to the aeronaut ihe personal regret of Him peror William over the destruction the counts airship at The emperor telegraphed I have heard with the deepest re gret of the destruction of your balloon by a storm and I wish you to know of my cordial sympathy in your misfor all the more since I and all Ger many thought we had every reason to believe we could congratulate you the glorious realization ot your splen did epochmaking Nev what you have accomplished must be recognized as of the highest order and this must be a comfort to you In this Count Zeppelin replied to Emperor William as follows Your majestys telegram has turned my grief to I will gladly devote myself to your wishes and those ot the German people and continue the con struction of Frank Flint of Sharon has asked the aid of the police here to flnd his Mary with her fourteenyear old daughter disappeared from their home on June They were going on a visit to a brother at Green Ashtabula but they never arrived there nor have any other relatives heard from FIRE LADDIES ON DRESS PARADE Glassporl Entertains Host ot Volunteers RAGES ARE BEING HELD TODAY fWO CHRISTIANS IN NEW TURKISH CABINET Reform Wins Complete Bloodless Victory Beaver Falls Takes Prize for Beit Ap paratus In While Hilltop In dependents of Plttsburg Capture Trophy Awarded for Handsomest a Hundred Compa nies Represented In Parade In Which Over Men Today Attract men took part in the parade which was the feature of the annual convention of the annual convention of the West ern Pennsylvania Firemens associa tion All the streets along the line of march were packed with spec thousands of persons having come from nearby towns to old the people of Glassport la making the Ore fighters The Hilltop Independents of Pitts burg hod a uniform of brown all their which made them distinguished j posed to its sublime The docu as well as handsome appearing and ment prohibits ail private communl Young Turks have completely A new practically composed of their own nominees and commanding public is established on a constitutional the sultan having given up his claim to the right to ap point the ministers of war and Klami who for the third time becomes grand throughout hla career has struggled for a constitu tlonal regime and thrice has suffered exile for his His with two is composed of new men of liberal Two of them are Gabriel the minister of is an Armenian and Prince the minister of is a Within the space of a fortnight a new regime appears to have been firmly established and the court cama rilla dispersed without The Young Turks committee publishes a remarkable document calling upon the people not to attempt to satisfy personal vengeance on the ground that the indulgence In personalities is op THE GREATEST PROPOSITIONYETI Dont forget that this Auction Sale presents one of the grandest opportunities of your entire lifetime Jf it means if you buy Queen Junction property now at a fraction of its real it will in future years make you for Queen Junction is the town that will will last so long as the country and every year will see its realty values I Dont wait until too year from then tell your friends what you might have been f worth had you had the foresight to have gotten in on the ground If 4 Come to the Sale Your ticket may entitle you to one of the choicest lots in the Free of Charge to I We will be glad to arrange Terms that will be perfectly satisfactory to should you desire to buy a lot or an acreage tract i and lack the ready money I t Could any Proposition Be Fairer Do You Know of a More Attractive Prooosition in the Entire Country tfo gained them the prize for the best uniformed company on The other winners were as follows Lar gest number of men in Carrlck best Ouquesne best hand West Bridge water best Beaver In the parade were several notably the new hook and ladder wagon of the Munhall There were also carriages with former presi dents and borough as well as freak chief which was the of In all 110 companies are represent ed at the 233 delegates baring taken part in the business pro The administration was given a strong Indorsement by the Today the real rivalry of the con vention will be given a chance to ap both morning and afternoon be ing taken up with races and drill con For the winners in these events as well as the winners in the parade there are prizes ot handsome cups and other The first event today will be the hose at 110 race and the service At there will be a band concert and at and 3 oclock the hook and ladder race and horse hose carriage race will be The drill contest will take place at 4 Mack Appoints Mack of the Democratic national com mittee announced before his departure for Chicago the appointment of a finance committee for the Democratic campaign with Moses Wetmore of Louis as chairman and John Os borne of Wyoming as vice chairman and a speakers committee with John Atwood of Kansas as chairman anil Champ Clark of Missouri is vice chair The finance committee is mndo up ot twentynine members nnd the speakers committee is composed of twentyseven No Cut Rates for Western Passengor association has refused to grant a special rate for the Bryan no tification Secretary of the Lincoln Commercial who received he ultimatum of the associa has wived Chairman Mack of the Democratic national committee and other leading urging them to protest the Spe cial rates were granted for the Taft Secretary Whitten Ty Cobb Makes a Big Tyrus Ray mond better known as Ty the heavy batter of the Detroit Ameri can league baseball was mar rid here to Miss Charlotte Marlon daughter of one of Augustas wealthiest and Cobb will spend a few days visiting several Georgia after which he will ra joln the Detroit his wife travel ing with At the end of the sea son it is the intention of the couple to visit Mourn Desperate ror a The loss of Little a sevenyearold Boston which hod been the winner of many first prizes In dog shows various parts of the has so affected and Harry the own ers of the that they have been unable to sleep or eat regularly since the death of the July Thomasi placed the following adver tisement in a morning newspaper Little of most beauti ful Boston terriers in the died of heart failure Sunday July 2C She was a sweetman nered and lovely Her mas ter Is deeply grieved at his Many offers made for She was prlcelevs and not for Carry Heavy Life New are seven men in the United States who carry and more insurance on their llres two who carry and carries latter k Wanamaker of who li most fcearUy In catlono with the palace and urges the people to trust the committee and obey it The new British ambassador in driv ing in state to present hla credentials to the sultan received a tremendous popular His speech to the sul tan conveyed the warm congratula tions of the British government and the nation to Abdul Hamld on his wise decision to adopt a constitutional form of Would Protect Game An glers association of the Lawrence has decided to take steps to secure a uniform closed season for muskeV longe and pickerel throughout the con A committee was also named to consider the question of prohibiting the sale of black base In New TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Leon a fell under his train at Sundale and was ground His home was at American leaguevbaseball club haa bought Wilbur Goode from the Akron Ohio and Pennsylvania league Goode is outfielder with a good record as a batter and Five gov ernors will attend the dedication 1 of the monument on the site of Fort near governors present will be Swanson of unison of Hanly of In Warner of Michigan and Harris of The United States court has given permission to Receiver Worthington of the Wheeling and Lake Erie railway to tear down the present frame depot here to make room for a new depot and general office which will cost upward of birth of a daughter has wrought a miracle for Graves Brown of this city by re turning her power of lost for two Owing to com bined withv paralytic Brown had not been abe to speak above a is esti mated that the sale of the wool clip Greene county hus brought a quar tpr of a million dollars and has been a noticeable relief in matters The clip of the county is placed at close to a million pounds and most of it brought 30 cents a Hoff whose big gusher opened up the McBrlde oil field two months caus ing excitement which led to the drill ing of fifteen brought in his 32 near the old gusher and has struck a pool which is thought vijl make the even better than the first Mo Cune of Chicora has settled a breach of promise suit promptly by taking out a license to marry the fair Miss Minnie Tha knot was tied a few minutes after obtaining the license by a justice of the peace and the couple returned to Additional pickets have been posted at the works of the Drlggs Seabury ordnance cor poration by the striking The pickets declare that two men who started to enter the plant were In duced to join The company as serts no attempt will be made to im port army of rescuers who had been workijjg in re lays since Monday noon to recover the bodies of Peter Drurnblnsky and Jacob Kollck of who were en tombed In the Knickerbocker mine In the explosion of found the bodies llyng side by side in a mine They had Miss Verne Page of well known as concert haa purchased frqn Nwton jiew violin RAILROAD SHOPS STILL AND DARK Canadian Pacific Electricians Join Strikers STRIKEBREAKERS COMING IN Several Carloads of NonUnion men Reported to Be En Route to Canada From Cities In the United States American Federation of Labor Assures Support to Prediction Made That Railway Train men Will Join Strike Railroad Property night all the Canadian Pacific railway shops were in as the electricians operating the light plant have declined to work with nonunion Three coach loads of strikebreakers have ar rived here from Paul and and these added to the Japanese uaed In roundhouses and Italians and Galiclans at work in other parts ot the add somewhat to the usual activity around the Porters are now compelled to out their own cars and erery extra laborer that con be obtained Is being praised Into Several hundred mechanics are expected from Pacific coast while the eastern shops will draw their supply from The most striking feature of the sit uation was the placing of between fifty and sixty at the various railroad terminals and in the vicinity of the shops to meet all mechanics coming into the city and to dissuade them from working for the Canadian The strikers have been assured of the support of the American tlon of Labor and already a strike al lowance has been made by head offi cials of the Single men will receive a week and married men during the There is a report that the bag gagemen and some of the will go out Pickets report that three carloads of men from the United about 300 in brought In secretly in locked Regret was expressed by ue strikers that Vice President Whyte coast of cbuver Island ahAwIU not be here for two leaving the In the hands of his General Mani ager Gary of the western Word has reached here that the Ca nadian Pacific coal storehouse was today burned at North At a division point east of a locomotive was run Into a turn table pit and it Is claimed that the act was done by one of the striking shop BRITISH EXHIBIT HATREDJFYANKEK Olympic Athletes Badly Treated During Games New the conduct of the Olympic games In Lon don was given by Ray the New York Athletic clubs broad jump and the both of whom arrived from Liverpool on the steamer after having participated in the The Amer they were well treated so cially by the but got the worst of the bargain as Englishmen treated us fine so declared who Is the worlds champion swimming In they were anxious to treat us a little too for As athletes we were treated rotten That Marathon was the worst athletic offense The Italian was dragged to his feet and almost carried over the The defeats in the endurance runs were a sore thing to the but their conduct was We had much better treatment iu The British showed their disappoint ment and jealousy at all I was In the grandstand when the Marathon runners were cqming and the women on all sides were I hope It Isnt a Anything but a The English started the unpleaev outness and kept it We were sorry that they did for England is the real home of sports and ought to set a higher They are good but bad Looks Municipal New city ties made a further Incursion nnto the transportation domain when It was decided to lease for a period iot to exceed six months four the ferry lines across the Bast threatened to close down because they bad become unprofitable through opening of bridges and A will go into effect wMch enablethe city to negotiate tor neat ownership Pf th Ml   

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