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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                If i HELL PAY NO FINE Declares He Will 60 lo Prison Riiher Than Do So IF PUNISHED FOR CON1EMPT v Dtbite In Federttlon of tlon at Denver thows TTiat Leaders Crlele In Affaire of drtJahlied Been Reached Thrbugh beclelon of States Supreme In Danbury Taken to Safeguard Federation President Samuel Qompert In the conyentlon of American Federation of tabor de that It he were found guilty and fined in the contempt proceedings asalMt him at Washington he would fko to jail he his fine or before he would allow the fed eration to payany nnwfor This statement was during dtactisslon of the re port 6t tie committee on report The committee recom mended that immediately following the adjournment ot the convention the ex committee v TI Danbury tl not ftltei1 the states rtia the ttaltedStalest supreme court ftJihi word and the Ifw ot this itiutotry is thfit tabor orginffca now and comb nmttoMiriifwitrftlnt of John Uhnon said j Would Pay diBptwaed the mattei1 ot Shetman antftrust ing tHe funds wittTtoocI attorneys tinA nonesl business cannot be conduced ttuMr olf n nrnfl tmnttaiiijilo tymrtti tAon straightforward la declared themselves In dl of an Independent po AIV all agreed that 4t was resutllng at soine time Inper Jurjr by some Seiveral sugges tions TweriS made from the one that be deposited In Canada and another that certificates of be taken out In other ttabre than that of the Ramsey ot the Electrical Workefg was applauded when he de dared a chance place bur titods bsyofld the those who would take but we let It pus on only way bpro tect our motwy W to chahge the Jompets warned the delegates It a ware found to hide the funds the courts would thereafter ap point a receiver to get the money be ing contribute v request GomperSj explained the atatua ot the Danbury hat The lower courts held that there was With reference to the1 cade agphst me In the District of Columbia 1 want to say that 1 neref consent that the American oration of Labor shall ever pay cent of fine for i dont to go to but 1 will not to the federation being mulcted for I am notpleading but If the means 1 would not use them In payment of any fine imposed on me Hghts ad an AmerA dt Cleveland suggested die formation ot a labor He criticized tie Democratic platform in regalrd to that portion which says We yield o none in our respect to the declared he haMno irespcot for the CJompers again took the floor to reply He the posi tion taken by was illogical no case under the Sherman antitrust and declared that the decisions of the but the United States supreme supreme court had but one tSourt had reveled this decision nnfl to tie the wen of labor to their to cripple the men of la remanded the case to the lower court for He said Our Blinding IB menaced by the courts of The the applK cation of Uie Sherman antitrust law to unions has reached final adjustment by the Untied States Supreme PARIS CLOAK ROUSE 1 Store Of Exclusive Styles Woictts Fine Suits Proper correctly at prices to suit Our stock is complete ately w IBB E this especiallyat its best and priced as reasonable as any on iimvM v Coats and in fact everything in outer v 7O8 StateStreet bor In their right to work or their right not to That was the he These he will re sult In fettering men today in order to enslave them for all time to The rights which the courts took from the ofGreat Britain caused the formation ot the labor having secured their right to organ theyhave continued and will se cure other The report the committee on the treasurers report with recotpmen atlons was unanimously concurred MURDERED BY MILK Mortality in Philadelphia Among Bottle an ad drew at a meeting heH under the auspices of the Civic club Director Neff of tine bureau of health declared that but of infant deaths in thta city during the past year ware of poor qr cou tonrfnafe4 He said he had drafted a bo presented in the next legislature which has for1 Its pose tnelicenllngof iailk fcr He that he had the Bupport of the Milk Dealers aasocla National Movement Begins in BaittfflOfB Today FROM GAPE COO TO KEY WEST 6c6pe of Deeper VTaterwaya Astocla tlona WdrK Embraces Entire Atlan tic Saabolird tbe United Meana of the Hands of Breadwinners of the Congressman Heads Move 4 1 t i hundred accredited gathered here to day to attend the annual conven tion of the Deeped Waterways con The convention will last three days and la expected to be pro ductive ot good In the promo tion of American saarltlme Its primary objept jfe the advocacy of the Mld an Inland wa terway connectlngflBoston Wlth Key w t liraoticaliy tile entire length of 1 telling about thf awful condl i impure and even ifllthy milk is sent out to tbe Jfeff declared thst Jhe poor milk was leading to deca dence of the He declared that 75 per cent of the Infants are nour iehed or reared on cows aratlons of amd that the use of 1m Is responsible for an alarm Ing mortality among the I The Largest Strong cist Fire Insurance Agency in Mer cer county and the home of tArthur edit of killed by trolley car at p irt of the state haa experienced the cold est November weather known since the mercury dropping to 11 de above zero liubls clty is by the campaign managers of the dryp that more than tile required 33 per dent of voters In Allen county have now algned their petitions for an elec Depositors Savings and Trust of which Mayor Tom 1Johnson Is baa passed Into the hands Of the First National and the Cleveland Trait age son of and Rose of was instantly killed while hunting He was accidentally shot by Harry a Lmcretla age was burned to death lu Star The Edgar home was foun In flames by a neigh bor Coroner Tipple gave a ver diet of accidental Nov of testimony In the governments inves tigation Into the socalled coal frust wasiesumeo1 this morning The Scran ton session Is for tue puipose of hear ing the Independent or former Inde pendent coal Beaver De spondent over prolonged John age son of the 1 a retired minister 1 o fine Reformed Presbyterian committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor at his home on Geneva Con age living near Mount had both eyes shot out while The a rabbit Into a culvett and placed his shotgun by his side while he attempted to poke out will a His dog stepped on the the load of skot struck Conrad In the bloodhounds ate trailing three I who raided North I near here and Town Marshal the Atlantic of the United John Trlpp discovered the men tlian ZfiO assoClaiUons are blowing the postofflce sate and thev banded together the moveopened flre on marshal fell i a n tne ne The president of toe beeper Water bers fled In a stolen buggy which was ways association if Congressman abandoned at Hampton Moore of who delivered addneps wejcomlng rfthe delegates andoutlining the objects of predicted euccessful outcome ot theassociations declaring it to be one In Which the entire American people aie vitally Scope of the Associations In speaking of the associations work Moore said Ifthe opening of a waterway from the north side of Cape Cod to Long Island sound meansthe saving of a single life employed in the shipping trade why should we njK strive for the completion of it When know as a matter of reC i Pennsylvania Ranroad Appolrttrrienta Are Announced at Su perintendent Orelghtoh ot the eastern grand division of the Pennsylvania railroad has announced the following appointments Gamble acting superintend ent and general agent at to be superintendent and general to be assistant ettgt neef of the Buffalo vies assMant engineer of the Buffalo to be assistant engineer of the Tyrone With headquarters at Wi assistant engineer of the Tyrone to be engineer of the Chautauqua with headquarters at Oil Clark be assistant engi neer of the Maryland with headquartens at foreman at Mlffln to be a foreman of the Altoona car foreman StateLine to foreman Hollldaysburg New Jer sey to be foremap State Line engine jouse foreman at to be foreman Mifllln It Inspector Middle divi to be Inspector New Jersey divi Inspector at Cresson to be Inupector Renovo L B Inspector at to be night engine house anil Schneider Inspector at Renovo to be assistant engine house foreman at Inspector Altoona car to be foreman of car shops at Venango foreman Hollidaynburg be foreman roundhouse No 3 at FORGERIES NET ititoit Discovery Sends Leading thi en or3 that hundreds of human lives are lost upon the shoals of Cape Cod and that millions of worth of val uable property Is wrecked because there Is no Inside why should vye hesitate to put our engineers at work and make a short cut Inland that wl11 provide a safe harbor for shipping and a haven for the men who are engaged in that important occupa tion JIf the deepening An inland dhan SftEHljK BUCKEYE GOSSIPS Reiterates Thai Cincinnati Visit is NonPolitical visit to Cincinnati Is a matter of personal and family It has no relation to politics in any but Is of such a nature that no publicInterestat which makes it Inexpedient for discuss It In In thub denying that his visit had any political significance in any man which he said included the sena tortal aspirations of his brother Charles the nald there could be no possible public Interest in his business af fairs and he declined to make any statement which would throw addl SIX MEN HURLEp 225 FEET TO DEATH Three Mining Engineers Among men f4io started 1n a mine cage from the bottom of the Ellsworth Coal oom panys 1 shaft six plunged 225 feti Jfeath the cage had ly completed Its ascent was se and three foreigner were saved from death probabl through frlghjt The dead t age of Phll mining Eugene age Al mining ege HE MAKES FULL CONFESSION b Meant o Electric Light and Piece of Glass Irt Top of His fotElghteeh Does Business on Vroceeda of For gery Without Detection GuiltyWhen Confronted and celves Indeterminate Sentence vt Fourteen t Van a real estate for yeara i classed the first of prosperous and reputable to having obtained l through forged deeds and Know than and a fww hours rf his on his own urgent appeal to be was sentenced the q The jthe Indict i tie Confession and the sentence were the work of less than four ts 1 Taken In the midst of business from f his office desk at 172 Washington street shortly after the noon a venerable peared before the court and In confessed that for from twenty years he been securing money through the Sale of forged uments and though many of these ments Without twentynve persons would lose gregate of more than the paper which he has J v In he declared W hsd perfected a unique alata a plate glass desk ranged that by an electric up from beneath he could readily from originals The prjwner made but asked only that punishments ipeedyt f anything giving special attention to the mjnlng engineer Of r Some years aw he charge of all four Ellsworth Oaep age Jim age Tony age The Injured Harrison drilling machine my Hli ferm fixed an Indeterminate from fourteen i Yin wbo laabout tjve years was married FeKs 4j to lyho tlffl distant of bride daug1 Wilton i vorced from a man named yUsslngen had been a nt the Calumet waa aa being of aphilanthropic hla Paul oW nel between the and light on his the Chesapeake bay will give to Amer ican ships of war a safe inside passage and for repairs or for stores Why Buy And Pay Good 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 lesslts only the kind that cant sell for par that jsells in times of peace orjn times war and will save an outside sailing dis tance ot hundreds of with all IU great nation like this hesitate tp proyide such deep ver channel Commercial and I regard this as of greater concern to common peo the deepening of such a water way between any such ports along the Atlantic coast or from any point of production to any point of shipment will enable the farmers or the manu acturers to do more business thai they hitherto have done or will pio vlde facilities that will attract trade and encourage the development of American shipping we not provide such waterways and thus strengthen the hands of the breadwin ners of country FAIR TRIAL IMPOSSIBLE Aba Rauf Sate Up PJea fqr Postpone ment of Hla San The trial of Abahara Ruef on the charge of brib progress of was interi rupted last Friday the attempted assassination of Assistant District At torney been By the of affidavits setting forth that It wpuld be alble to a and Impartial trial In the present ftftta of puWie the defense secured a ance until at which time tbe prosecution will flle counter Ishall return to Hot Springs on the train which leavws this city at oclock was nis only statement regarding his It had been conjectured that he had either to Induce his brother Charles to withdraw fronvthe senato rial race by offering him a diplomatic position or to strengthen his brothers candidacy by offering certain informa In view of Tafts positive statement no wfeight Is to be given either of these speculative Chicago Grain liberal receipts ot wheat IPthe northwest and south west caused weakness t6day In the lo cal prices at the close being down cent pompared with the pre vious Corn and oats were also provisions closed December closed Pittsburg 1 3 yellow 81 32 Ohio CheeserOhtp full Cattle pupplyieg loadsmarket 26c tidy fresh cows and common to N and 30 Dou ble decks Prime good 4 fair culla and com Jl.6Q@ii.50 veal and thin protection Julius ten ben The boy at first had iS against his machine i to twentyfive years in the Newcomer and Smith were to have j penitentiary for the alleged ot1 been married on Thanksgiving day to girls In Dawson and completing survey of the preparatory to starting several I new the with the interest in the boy foreigners as started for J announe he would try to the A heavy beam they were a repinnble hoisting to the surface occupied nearly talf of the cage and projected a foot beyond the Taking up their po sitions on he engineers and three of the foreigners started to the When within seventyfive feet of the mouth the loose end of a plank used in cribbing the shaft caught fhnber on the cage with thq and down into the DeWitts Carbollzed Witch IB cooling and It is eapectoUy for Sold by Use Hazel ROOSEVELT TO GO Take Family tolUfy for Long Nov learned Roosevelt Is planning to take bis fam ily to Ronie in i A Inqulrlesl 1t are how made for a suitable nd tWsi n Is Indicated ft long stay lit Has attained a largersulioriptioa list than any ntatfaainenhat dealj wholly with serious subjects and periodical to keep ops up with the timosv J is npupm JWUCfcRAKES NpR HIDES Albert moathlv ProilreM of ho wilh csrtutto kliiarv til the with Ike tlpiclr jrltehs on luiltbe latcrcued pic out of all other ol ihc ur viih tlin jeutlv uo will When court Adjourned JJpef Ww taken back to the county Receipts 80 double decks Strike Up faper Mill market active good weight grades flf have Two Hundred Thousand Families The 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