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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED PWWBRWETT HELD IN BONDAGE Compelled to Labor in Slimy Florida Swamps UNCLE SAM IS THEIR CHAMPION Persons Alleged to Be Responsible Placed on Trial in United States Circuit Court on Charges of Peonage and Brutally Treat ed and Threatened With Says Prosecutor In His Opening Were Used in Building Flaglors East Coast New Was as serted to be the marooning of men In the wild regions of Florida and their detention there at hard labor for several months was dealt with at length before JudgeHough and a jury in the United States circuit court In the course of the trial of the govern ments case against employers and agents of the Florida East Coast Rail way company for alleged violation of the statute prohibiting slav ery and enforced The men under Indictment are Francisco Sab Edward Harley and Prank After a jury had bee Dep uty Attorney General Usted PRICK 2CENTS PER the prosecutions contending tint the treatment accorded the workmen supplied to the Florida company by the defendants was nothing short ot slav The government would thnt In I90o the men had been Induced by alluring advertise ments to apply for employment In tho Bouth j that the charge of peonage could not Everything went the attorney i but declared that he would ruin until the men reached Jersey i e maUer on W brought out sonal counsel for Henry the companys president and principal moved that the Indict ments charging peonage and slavery be as the one charge de stroyed the Hfn1Sh was Inclined to hold where they were put aboard a the doors being locked on them and armed guards set over Throughout the long Journey they were given nothing but stale bread and bologna and when they reached the land end of their journey many rebelled and refused to leave tho but a hose was turned on them and In this manner tho entire consign ment of human freight had been driven aboard a When the ultimate destination was reached they found that the paradise that had been promised them was a barren overrun with ven omous where no place to sleep had been Their Ugh thj prosecutor were slips of paper exchangeable at the com panys stores for clothing and The escape that many sought during the presentation of the evi KAISERS CRITICS EXTRPIY BOLB Go ta Length Tiiat Astonisli Hearersin CUTTING TIME IN HALF Electricity Will Do It Between New York and Following electrification of the Pennsylvania from to Long Island City comes the official statement that the system from New York to Phila delphia will also be electrified that the running time between those points will be reduced to one The fastest time now between the two points Is two The WestJnghouse company Is at work on the new en which will have a speed of 120 miles an It Is also said that the next step In the general electrification scheme PRINCE M1E3 was as the region was en1 will be started between Philadelphia tlrely out off from all means of muntcatton with the outside Thinking to be some re fused to Usted were threatened with death and bru tally Finally some were able to smuggle letters through to and in this manner the government had been apprised of the conditions John attorney for the Florida Bast Coast and per CREMATION is Get the latest information by sending your address to PITTSBURGH 433 Sixth Call when in the Oity Store Of Exclusive Styles Are showing the strongest line of merchandise to be seen in our city consisting of SUI T Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves For Evening and Street wear the Automobile and ALSO Caracul and Persian Lamb Remember the Ladies of Greenville trade the same here as at Come now while stock is 7O8 State Street If your money is earning you less than 5 it will pay you to come and see We offer for sale investment bonds of the highest Particulars on Application The Gillcspic CARMACK FUNERAL TODAY Neighbors Pay Tribute to Victim of Southern Columbia fu neral this morniug of former United States Senator Kdward Who was killed by Robin Cooler at was made the occa sion of a great but sorrowful demon stration his When the ra mains reached this city a large delega tion of citizens met the train and marched on footas an escort of honor to the Carmack home la West Sev enth the body remained Until the funeral this nent men from all parts of the state and friends from Maury and adjoining counties are here in large Mayor Blddle of Columbia issued a proclamation calling on all business houses close from 11 oclock to 1 oclock The by re questof were body of former Senator who was killed here in a street duel with Robiri has been sent to Intimates That If Will Make His Position Almost as Relentless as the Socialists In Their Strictures Upon Majestys Con duct in Giving Out Unauthorized Statements of Germanys Attitude in World Politics William never has been so severely Judged by his parliament as was during the debate In the relchatag on the Inter pellations concerning the conversa tions published with the permission of the emperor In the London Daily Tele graph on criticisms of his majestys his ministers and his majestys treatment of the consti as well as of his freedom of went to lengths that aston ished And the emperor seemed to have no defender Chancellor Von Buelow made an ad dress lasting fifteen but ha lacked his usual and a person high in his confidence is authority for the statement that ho also had told V sceneskafthe Union station mariced Momibers of the whose cause Carmack had ably cham gathered at the station in large numbers and joined in singing Kindly Light and Stand Up for brief address was delivered by the Ira mack and a few her closest friends were taken on a special car with the The profusion of flowers was but another of the many testimonials of grief from hosts of friends and sym All during the morning1 hours a stream of callers viewed the body at the home of Frank Friends of Carnmck are loud In their condemnation of the and the of which Carmack was both editorially and In Us news makes the unqualified Charge of CHANCELLOR VON the emperor that neither himself nor his successors could remain In office unless his majesty was more Prince Von Buelow spoke solemnly and without making use of any dra matic Tie house received his explanation In icy silence Instead of giving it that cordial applause which a general thing follows the chan cellors fine parliamentary declara Conservatives The representing largely the were al DYSPEPSIA CAN BE CURED Read what people say about Munyons Dyspepsia Remedy THOUSANDS TESTIFY I cannot too urgently advise all persons who suffer from any of the fol lowing symptoms to try this remedy Distress after Bloating of the llisiug of the Sour Loss of Palpitation of the Short ness of and all affections of the heart caused by It acts almost immediately on the Gnstrlc Juices and gives the stomach tone and strenfrth to digest almost everything that lias been put Into It soothes sore and irritated stomachs that have been impaired by physic and injurious 1416 North Second I can recommend Munyoni Dyipepiia It la a wonderful ana I can not apeak too highly of Inli great We alto use the Munyon Fever Remedy and it never fulla to We are great believ ers In and always have a supply on and consider them a household They are teat rem Is the stomach aore and tender Try Does the food rise In the throat t Try Do you have nausea or vomiting t Try Po you have a bad taste In the mouth t Try 188 TiUmw I am gild o havo tho opportunity o recommending Munyoni Dripepila It u certainly a won derful remedy and I cannot apeak too highly of It as It cured mr A reoommend a remei of it as It cured and I am always glad to imedy which does Does lour pr bitter water up In tat a faint or weak Utliif la mouth Try you e stomach I Try it Do you hare bloating of the itomaeh abdomen Try Do you have great or dlitsnalon after eating I Try Po you tare we aure in the stomac eigh cSI t and Ii your appetite irre o jjonwttaui acme tine or An tht bowtli IrroiutM or conitlpitedl Try Do yon nlie wind or icht Trjr I wint dlicouriitd lufftwi hop JjripopiU or to throw nidi midloloM ud ctro thli wnwdjr TOU ttkt ibolttlllr M It filli I will jroar MOHYOK for wlo 111 3S most as roientless as tho tlm Kndlcnla anil Ilio and the proceedings are regarded by tho extreme Ulierala as the beginning of a long contest between the crown and parliament that may end In Germany having a ministry responsible to par Hameiit and not to thfi crown Prince Von Bnelow spoke earnestly In reply to the critics of the govern ment and the His address was devoid of He said In part I must weigh my words because of the effect they have I do not wish to add fresh prejudice to the damage already caused by the publica tion In the Daily Concerning the statement attrib uted to Emperor William that a major ity of the Herman people Is hostile to Great the expression used by the Telegraph Is too Seri ous and regrettable misunderstandings have existed between Great Britain and but the German people desire peaceful and friendly relations with that Joined with mutual Kaiser Was Too great stress also Is laid upon the point 1n the interview dealing with our Interests in tlte Pacific which are Incorrectly presented as in Imlcal to We never though about East Asia except for the purpose of obtaining a portion of the trade arls Ing from economic ant we have no Idea of undertaking a marl time adventure The extension of the German fleet is just as little In 1 tended for aggression In tho Pacific ocean as In The task In Gar manys policy Is not to limit the de velopment of The recognition by his majesty b the unjustified misunderstanding o hie utterances with reference to Great Britain and the excitement and regret aroused thereby Germany I am lead the emperor In future private conversations to exercise that reserve which In the Interest of a unl form policy and the authority of the crown Is If this proves not to be so neither I nor any one ol my successors could take the responal I accepted the blame for the publication of the article In the Dally Telegraph and offered my resignation and it was the most difficult task lii my political life to resolve to remain In How long J will continue I do not but I t to the etnperor and the GOLD DIGGERS FLY FROM DEATH VALLEY Terrorized by Earthquakes Tha Shake Funeral Range San Death valley and the surrounding coun try Is In the throes a series o earthquakes which began three weeks ago and the most violent of which oc curred last Wednesday morning be fore causing consternatior among the mining camps and resulting in many miners and prospectors flee ing from the Samuel one of the first miners to reach here with details of the said that for three weeks there have been one or two rumbles They have all been light with the exception of that which upheaved the region last The Funeral range seemed to totter when the severe shock Miners were tossed from their camp equipment was scattered horses and mules stampeded and immense boulders were thrown At day break many miners left the Wins Seat In Congress by Four a recount of ballots in the Tenth congressional dis trict was completed Congressman Jo seph was shown to have a plurality of1 four over Mitchell The election night returns gave OConnell a lead of Galvin states that he will carry the contest to Wash France and Germany to question that has arisen between France and Ger many over what has come to be known as the Casablanca arising out of the arrost by the French author ities of German from the French foreign will he referred to a court of Dukes Promotion promo tion of the Duke of the Abruzzl to rear admiral did not take place today on the occasion of King Victor Em manuels as had been ex WEATHER Wait and cooler Wadnasday Western Pennsylvania and Ohio Pair and colder and Thurs day north winds v Mine CommisaJon commission to revise bltiupinoua utfne of tho state holding a aewlon at and Wag hwdto PHUbWf TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Charles Johnson of near this was struck by a Pennsylvania express and Stuart has Issued his naming as Thanks giving Alex age a business man of killed himself by drinking poi son and firing a bullet Into his New dead in one week and a third critically 111 is the record black diphtheria has made In the family of Frank Camp eat ing of pills found In the city dump caused the death of Frank age and tho serious Illness of Francis a Bettsvllle washud his trousers with gasoline and then stood by tho flre to dry He was horribly burned and cannot Augusta wife of Tommy for years third baseman on the Pittsburg National league died suddenly at her home She leaves a by an unknown Clarence a merchant of whose store has been fired three times by has decided to sell out and move to a fourteenyearold son of accidentally shot himself through the chest with a The ball was cut out at the boys He Is expected to ment is made that a leading iron manufacturer of the Ma honing and Shenango will be a candidate for United States senator to succeed J col lege lias conferred the degree of doc tot of laws on Irving United States ambassador to Ambas sador Dudley was a member of the Kanyon collegCof the clans of National coibpMiy properties in j Maryland were Jiuctionfedt offSere and were bought for the stockholders for The plants are estimated to be worjth elevenyearold son of John was drowned In the Miami He was rowing In a boat when companions advised him to come to shore Ho became excited and jumped out of the Oil Andrew Bartlett attempted suicide by cut ting her throat with a butcher The woman had previously swallowed a quantity of which she had ground Into particles with a Her condition is the ab sence of the family robbers entered the home of Julius a wealthy retired hide bound and gagged a servant girl and ransacked the securing more than worth of money and jew telephone deal by which It was proposed to lease the property of the United States Tel ephone the Cuyahoga Tele phone company and the Columbus Citi zens Telephone company to a holding company for 999 has been de clared off FARMERS ATTEND SCHOOL ON WHEELS First Trip o Agricultural College Tralii Well Begun Six profess ors of the state college ot agriculture have begun a three days lecturlngtouf through the farming districts of East ern Pennsylvania In a special train over the Pennsylvania railroad and at each ot the twentytwo stops to be made subjects of Interest to farmers will be It Is the first time that such an experiment has been tried In this state and the train Is known as the Pennsylvania farmers special Instruction The three coaches of the special are fitted up as lecture rooms and at each stop a talk of forty five minutes Is At all of tho stops the train boarded by crowds of The lec tures were devoted to methods for in creasing the output of dairy the care live on the testing of seed corn and the cultivation of Owing to the success that has been obtained by western farmers In growing the the state college authorities are endeavoring to Intro duce Its cultivation In LABOR DINNER DISCUSSED Leaders Invited to White House rvfay Not President Oompera of the American of commenting on the fact that he was noinvited to the labor din ner at the House on said This the affair of the kind that I know of at the White House to which I have not been Tmt de spite the fact that I have frequently men asked to meet the president and his friends socially I have never availed myself of uuch an My dealings with the president alwiya been on a strictly busv I have frequently ed an audience with him regarding of Import tc the federation yk by of the upon me by represent the of people of the country who toll with their hired men and women so to It the president or any other person to say that I do not represent the mem berahlp of the American Federation of so be It I dont core be come involved in a controversy or crit icize such a If such a need presents itself I shall meet President Roosevelt or any other president or public man as the representative of the if they reelect me and care to have me rep resent i The other officers of the federation declined to discuss the but many labor leaders gathered in Den ver declare that the action of the president Is simply a part ot a plan to divide the forces of organized labor so they would not be effective In fu ture John James Duncan and Daniel who were invited by the said expected to in Denver at the convention session next hut would decide wheth er to accept or reject the Invitation when they received the presidents o I Absolute PURE BAKING POWDEW The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of the officially approved ingredient for a highclass powder x   

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