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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                PRICE 2C8NTS PfiR COPY FORHKEROFFERS MORE EVIDENCE PUBUSHES LETTER FROM KLINE Cleveland Counael of Standard Oil Company Writes Coraker Betting Forth the ClrcUmatances Surrounding the Employment oMhe Lattir M and the Servjcea Bendered In That fSboratlon by ment by the States Senator Joseim has made public between him self persoiis connected with the Standard Oil which to show ttW relations ot tho senator a counsel tor Standard the period Coffired by the correspondehcd published by William Hearst dur ing the recent Following Is a letter written by him aeit to Virgil Cleve in which he says Dear SlrrIn vlejw of the Ot Hearst and the discussion now going OP the Jtgyto the tees I rendered serf rvstith employ you would to ol that eoiployta6rtt the services fettdefed In the whole sub jeot and because under 4e cireum 1 prefer that you fatter myself should apeak niitflred at onse actively Upon the Waking your own Investigations here In Ohio and In holding frequent tioni With myself aiid other counsel In clnfehu make this fedueftt because I yaa York and YOnr by you personally and beoausft f judgment was sought not only as to entirely familiar with what done by the Stahdafd CHIcompany bf Ohio in Its efforts to Withdraw from the but also as to what form of future organisation of the ifrfWt Interests of this company and of the constituent companies BhouJd be that they might no beopert to any further Yoiir employment extended over tt period ot more than two during Which JJme 1 wait repeatedly In consul tafon With and there was no phase nt the litigation of you were notroUy abreast the time imd counsel Wasfully appreciated by my associate counsel and by my and there was a particle of ef fort upofi your part to conceal your re lation to the We Employment youf efforts grQatJJkcontrlbuted to the success of the litigation and the of the jiioperty by Its orwnersl the time of your employ nxetJ and when It a It did f ft mv recolleGTfSn somewhere about the flrat there Waa Intimation from any source whatever of criticism or attack on the thiM part ot Ul8 federal That Kline reputed at soffie la the tlmeyoU Were emptdyed by liierewas pend fiig the Standiud company In the supreme court of the state of very serious andf difficult litiga A proceeding in contempt had been Instituted by tbft attorney gen eral charging that with hav ing wilfullyViolated the order ot the supreme court directing it to with draw frdin the Wttst There was also pending against the Buckeye Pipe Line company a proceeding lit qtfo warranto charging It with being a member of a violation of the law M also a like proceeding against the OhioOil cqrtt pans and the Solar Refining company and one of a like character at that I think threatened against hYwfcs elected WITH SMUGGLED WEAPON Meniy Standard Oil company of Ohjlo and wilch waabrought In TJiese were constituent pm panjes of the Standard Oil Seeks Forakers It Was in the niidst of diffi cult with thii very serious con sequences incident to any adverse deci thaL tile tmaroval ot ffiy PAK1S CtOAK IOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Womens Hue Suits Proper cortectty at prices to suit everyone stock is still complete and should be immedi ately v for this Weekis especially at inibes Coats in fact in 7O8 State Street FifllethAnnlmsaryo today GREAT THRONG IN PETERS t j T Splendid Edifice Crowded men and Laymen as Hfjl Sings Pontifical High Kneel to His Blessing aa Pope la Carried Fdrwarfibn Shoul of the of Head of RomanCathojlo Came of Humble allthe heredi tary pomp and the Ro man Catholic cHuleh his holiness Popa Plus today flftieth anniversary df his to the Devout believers throngett Peters to hear the singing of thf pontifical high mass by his classes of Roman fn Nov Meiiey 5s making progress Oft tiie road to recovery from tap bul fet wound Jnflttied by Morrte Although the bullet has been WWJ embedded in the lett JaW abtfutffae inch in front of the the surgeons have decided notto extrfect Heney gains The swelling In the throat Is less than at any time since the Client was taken tto the hospital and 119 breathing nW When Informed that his aeaall anit Haas had taken his life at the county Jail he said 11 Is too bad he did it before giving Ids reason for shooting The suicide of Haaa was the sub ject of much discussion and the po lice were engaged In trying to ascer tain lyw he was able to conned the pistol with which he took his TWo theories were One was that Two Oil Pumpers men were one when the boiler at AggaS ft drrhams In Center Wllljam has leg and arm severely seialded and In ternftlly Injured findmy Abnfr a NEGRO DESPEBADO SUYS EIGHT PERSONS Barricades Himself lit tee and Defends It Until Sllleil did not come for more than four yeari and so far ns I cnrl litigation and troubles of 1he comj any twenty years and am nothing has ever been asked of or ac cepted by you Inconsistent with your rablle and so far as I xaive had no relation whatever to tho company attorney or othetwlse for more With the of these added to my fprme statements should in my opinion satisfy aay fair minded I submit to the legisla as every other candidate must the question as to who shall be my successor in the I do not mean by this statement that not Intend to give any further at to the impending but rather that I do not intend to engage In any unseemly Whatever may be the I shall alwaya be profoundly grateful for the many distinguished honors I have en Joyed at the hands of the pefffiie of Ohio and always have the satis faction of whether anybody else dots or that have under all circumstances striven to serve my state and my country ENGAGEMENT DENIED Statement t Through injur phen Elkina madefttw emphatic an ol Miss The Tha other the one that the district nttorneys office te that the pistol Was passed to Haas while ho waa in conference with his LIBERALSWNIN CUBA Joee Miguel Gomez Chosen of Cuban Practically com pjete returns of the election show that the Liberal victory was even more de cisive than at first Official returns from of a total of places show that General Jose Trtiguel Gomez received agatoBt for General Mario the Conservative The Liberals carried every province In the Havana province went Lib by and the city by Liberal majorities in the other provinces were approximately as fol lows Santa Plnar del CATHOLICS GATHER IN CHICAGO erlne Elklns and the Duke of Abruzii of the Italian The statement was made with the knowledge and conaent of Miss El who desired that the statement should be given to which has manifested so great an interest In the 1 those ot the Qul ateadfaat to the old The Largest Strong est Fire Insurance Agency in Mer cer county and the home of mass In JBtT Peters by a pope has a cere mony of rare occurrence in recent tor the pontiffs daily adminis trations take place In hie private chap el in the All the high dig nitaries ot the chiiroh wore congregat i9d In many visiting churchmen and Roman Catholic lay Great ceremonies attended the popes entrance into the Seated In tile sedia he waa borne in on the shoulders of officers of the no ble guard above the heads of the peo so that the congregation anight be hold the face of their spiritual As the flgure of the pontiff giving the sign of benediction to the the people re ciilve his The scene In the yast interior of the church was most In the procession that fol lowed pope were the college ol the prelates of the popes heads of religious the Knights of the Knights of Gregory and members of other ancient and his toric Plus his holiness the bishop of Rome and vicar of Jasus successor ot persons were killed and ten others were wounded In a flght teistween a negro and offi The dead are Edgar sher iff of Okmulgee county Henry chief df police of Okmulgee wo negroes named broth re negro three unlden 1fled Th6 wounded Steve Ihdlan probatly fatally beaten Victot chief of Shotv through houldcr deputy arm broken even othera slightly wounded The disturbance began at the 8t Louis and San Francisco railroad sta Ion where engaged in fight with an Indian Steve Gray and beat him Into insensibility with a Friends of Grayson called the When Policeman Klabet went to the station Deckard fled to hii louse near by and barricaded nlmsolf When Klaber appi cached the house Deokard shot and Instantly killed Sheriff Robinson gathered deputies in a few minutes and hiirrled to thj This party contained several negroes whom the sheriff cominip Bioned as As the attacking party approached the Deckard house Deckard with a firing as rapidly as he could load his The sheriff fell Instantly Then five of the negro deputies were Deckards house waa soon surround ed by a frenzied mob or1 armed Fire was set to a house just north of Volleys of bullets were poured Into Deckards house and he was shot downHe was seen to roll over on the strike a match and t flre to his own which was soon a roaring furnace in which his body Deckard evidently had e Urge quantity ofammunition stored In his for many cart ridges exploded while the house was CHINA BEREFT OFTWRUIBS Death ol Empercr and Dowager Empress Announced PRINCE PUYI ON THE THBOHE Under the Regency of Prince a Little Boy Autocrat of Troops Ordered Out Preparatory to Suppreulng Trouble Which Is Ex pected When Death of the Old preae Becomes Known to the Dynasty Hsi tiie dowager empress of the auto cratic head of the which uhe directed without successful Jterence since 1861 and without fithco Is The announcement Is official and followed closely upoA the announcement that the had died Saturday at S the but it is Heved that the death of both the peror and the dowager empress oc curred a considerable time before that1 setdown in the official An edlfat places upon the throne v Prince the threeyarold son of Prlncd the regent ot the em In accordance with given by the dowager empress the marriage of Prince Chun 4a f An edict Issued on Friday PuYi heir f The foreign legations were fl by the foreign board of the death0 ot th6 emperor a and succession Prince Troops have beett readiness for several fb disorders that might arise on the death of KuangHsu aad thepossibility of uprisings waa made greater of the fact ol ffls t ager empress was known u oe cioee at Two divisions of been held In and these aps now stationed In various quarters ot The dowager empress la believed 1 have a successfully which 18 the Manchu without obstaclev and the opinion Is held here that this solution of thedlfflculty which has the government the beat Tsze Hsi WhyJuy And Pay Good Money For Insurance that to say the least You are not CERTAIN is If the cut rate companies could sell their Insurance at do you sup pose they would take only the kind that cant seJI for par that sells TIPCT GET TIE BEST POPS BWP8SINQ semblage of the United States since the plenary council in more than twenty yean gathered The occasion 1 the Catholic missionary congress o the United Stales and More than sixty blsh ops and allots of the United States Mexico and Canada are assembled here Their head Is the Mdst Dtomed apostolic delegate of th holy see at The leadini spirit ot the congress and the man ii whose hands are all the arrangements is Archbishop who is chair man of the board of governors of th Catholic Church Extension societ He assisted by the Francl Clement of the so clety and permanent vice chairman the The congress was made possible b clrtue of fine recent decree ot Pop Pius taking the United States and Canada out of the ranks of missionary nations and placing them on the same looting as the nations hitherto recog nized as distinctively Roman Theaim of the congress ie to arouse among the Roman Catholics of the United States a sense of the obliga tions Imposed upon them by the new mdjpg of America In the Duuring the congress a message of con gratulation will be sent to Pope Ptua on the occasion of the flftieth anni versary of his The papal Jubilee will take place in Rome to WILL NOT INTERFERE PresidentElect Taft to Take No Part in Senatorial spe cial session of the Slxtyflrsfcongress wHTbe called soon after the 4th of March to take up the matter of tariff revision became known positively when William after spending Ihe day at the White House aa the guest of President Roose stated that he Intended to call the epeclal session to meet as soon After his Inauguraion as would be rea Before judge Taft left for where be had been summoned on mat ters of family importance but which Judge Taft assured who had gathered at the White were In no manner connected with he I have been summoned to Cincin nati and I must Believe I am not going with any In reply p a question he added the senatorial situation In Ohio waa not taking him be did not Intend to Interfere with the choice of a senator In ExBanker Testifies Financier Un able to Walk Munyona Rheunutic Remedy Mode Him Well axbanker wid flnanoior writes Pbjlo with I couiif not I could not My ankles and knees wore terribly swol len and I had not known a nights rest for more than I used every avail able remedy with little or no re lief A friend advised Munyons Rheu matism Remedy and reluctantly I tried it The flrstjwttle relieved and I Before the second bottle hud neon half used I was absolutely and perfectly cured I never felt better in ray lite than ahull always be but too happy toVve a fuller account of what Munyous won derful Rheumatic Roroedy did for and cheerfully invite any sulterer to visit or correspond witlyno upon 1813 Arch 8t This tBstlmonial was written nearly a Soar Wo wrote to Mr Reynolds on ctober asking how he wus getting on This is his want to say that I have not had the slightest touch of rheumatism for nearly a Your rheumatism euro eradicated every particle of rheumatism from my You are at liberty to use my name as reference in any way you please If you have sllffi or swollen if you e or stiff If you have ha sh ave shooting pslns In tho or any part tho dont nil to take MunyoirB Kbounmtiaro It contains no salicylic no no no It is absolutely hnrrtilops It ucutrallABS the uria acid and eliminates all rheumatic poisons from the A 36o bottlo often makes a complete Get a bottle today and if you qro not satlsW With tho I will child of poor people At mr4y common practice in as a slave by parents on of their She became property of a famous chanted withhergreat adopt ed her and offered her as a present to the reigning BO charmed the emperor by her looks and Intelligence that he made bar secondary wife on her bearing him a the future Bmporor be raised her to the flrat OfThis death die became the regent of t the administering the national affairs with more vigor than any of her Her authority was complete wer about officials and over fare and lives of the vast majority of the inhabitants of who number close to Caught the Agent entered the IckeL office of the town and Ohio at got J1QO and pie1 room was fullof people 3tftJie The agent hadstepped out vbut a mot Tramp Fires a Barrv thought to havobeei Parted destroyed the uarn of and Marys academies A Two Hundred Thousand Families The intellectual aristocracy ot have one rule in magazine buying Review Reviews because it is a necessity A LI ONE MAGAZINE The Review o Hai attained larger lubioription list than dealt wholly with and ii accepted periodical to keep one up with the It NEITHER MUCKRAKES   

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