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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                r pfl J mi HV i 7 S fci L f r1 LEADERS ABSENT From labor Dinner Blten by President Roosevelt BROTHERHOOD MEN PRESENT Court fthd Repre Participate In Urtlque Ftitioyon at tha White OKeefe and Jphn Said to HaveBeen Conspleuout fcy Absence and the dueiteV i i ot some of the leading labor orguniza aona arapid cross flre ot President at a dinner given by him at the White endeavored to find out what Ubor from congress and In what my be could be of assistance to the tellers ot the by their absence President John and other oQcials of the Federation of La ibe largest body of organized la bjjr in this Jecretary jftorrnwu and others tetd tteeit V i f f r free to tile1 supreme oourt wdre theif pronounced altitude on some Mt tlofeneu and Justice which congas ihas to the past won ftift cabfffurtted fan unwilling But what H6l represented tiy Sectary Cfw Seemed most significant of all to thp field of the interior department pfesfdent and oUwjr soverhroentonV Secretary Straus of the department of clals present was the suggestion that commerce and l J Nelllotthe federal bureau of Cofflmiwloner tha commerce shret ot the burenu of intonmatkm In tha Immi gration service AJwIstent Secretary of State Robert Major OegM United States United States Attorney SJimson of New til from the executive departments of the were Representative Herbert Parsons of New was the otfly member of congress at the Ubor The labor hosta were Represented by Warren grand chief Brothelhood of UnvitVliori tVtbCttar nf John master of fho wuiisiooo pasA a bill Of rights into which all labor legislation should be should create a publicity board1tvllose purpose would beflo Investigate and make public the details Ot controversies WT Morrtney Atkt Bill ot for a bill of rights was made mr grand mas tef railway tralnment while the publicityboard Idea was advanced the Ji Pfdan of the Steam Shovel atfd The presidents interest in these two propositions keenly and obviously as to his attitude upoti Was Although Lot his apeafcera vttlced their op Kaisers imperial SM pMANY to iand position to the boycott atid sympathet they urged that should better define the in uUiUi Of Locomotive lremen Rrand secretery junctlvopower ot the and tJibv treasurer of the Brotherhood ofLoco j asked tor a modification of both this njotlve Firemen torlaw and antitrust mer grand master of railway trainThey also wanted congress to define the exact status ot labor organizations th sfrlkes ftnd whether they should be permitted to solicit men general secretary treasurer of the International Brother hood of Steam Shovel and Dredgemen president of the Na tional Window 0avld spiesidenf of the building trades aad tow PARIS CLOAK HOUSE j Store Of Exclusive Styles Womens Fine Suits Proper correctly prices to Our stock ts still complete and should be iromedi OUR EXHIBIT OF FUR CO ATS tWs week is especially at best as reasonable as any on Coats and Jn fact in outer 7O8 State Street IS GREAT POPUUH VICTORY In the v explained posltloft tie had during the courts ot lh on this subject fil the majesty the empetdf received I stateittsiits and with earnestness nnd then expfessed his will as follows Heedless Of thp exaAgecattttnsi of publte which are regarded by him as his majesty per ceives that his tirlnclpal Imperial task is to insure the stability of the clefe of the the of constitutional In conformity his majesty the emperot approves the chancellors utterances In the relchstag and as sures Prince von BueloW of Jits OEERHUNTING is GOOD Centre County Providing Fine Sport Nlmroder everj hunting party that after deer In is as successful as tht few heard from the slaughter of deei on the opening was above tht The BradrgrKhUtttlng party got a 175pound the Snowshoe party k Pantfier club a fourpronged and a Philadelphia hunting party captured tlhree t I leeuce ot the Wheeling and Lake Brie railroad ihas issued of re ceivers a total of under authority Federal Judge The money will be used for MayBe Barthou eured the consent of the f ranch oabl netto introduce a bill before parlia ment for the eventual acquisition and operation by the state of mining con WHUam haa yleldej the nation and promised henceforth itb conform hm self to ooimtltutional methods of con ducting tfoe policies of TBe to the public utterances of the empefor reached In In terview Which he gave to an English man and which i was published In the London Dally on As the Outcome of the whole country wis the Momentous tntlrvlew at Potsdam Be Imperial Chwicel aures rnnce Von lor Von In Submission tlnued of Hereafter Nation In to Observe Llmlta u u u i fepOHJnp a tavoraoie issue 01 mo tmna HdUgnty Honenzonern im were eagerly snatchsd by an preated WltH Deadly of ansiqu8 who In the flrat mo Hlt men t joyful surprise scarcely vcelved tlie Importance of the announce Nov by the anment to themselves and the gry tide of popular feeling that swept The had aWalted with the empire frojBti Emueror breathless suspense the word from the pgiaca whloh would decide whether IVlnce von Buelow would quit his of the of personal policy would continue or whether oellor would remain and the desire of the people be fulfilled that the as as the emporor would have a Word In directing the policiesof the It Is certain now in the mind of the Gorman people that a grayrt step has been taken toward freer govern So marked has been the change In the last few days of the Germans to tfard their sovereign that a crowd of some thatjhad gathered at the ihurch to attend the funeral of the country wfUi a jiumlfcr of others interested in the study ofcon ditions inrurai has left Wash ington tour that will extend twice across the continent from the Atlantic to the including a anal trip to KAISER dorsed theattitude many of Its prominent members it denounced the und Chancellor i t church to attend tne tunerai or tae fate General Count at Which the emperor and empress were being unaware of the re sult or the greeted their majesties almost In Only a few imtfi were ieuinvert and there were no cheers when i he emperor and empress returned lo melt automobile and aiarted back for Interpreted by the events leading up to the least this declaration of the emperor can Is that his majesty limit fils freedom of speech and dbserve carefullj constitu tional forms In taking no Initiative without the consent of the premier This narrower In terpretatlon is strictly a bureaucratic A wider as voiced by the Liberal Is that Germany enters upon a new government reepon Bible tothe with the crown and the nation acting r BRYAN NONCOMMITTAL IN BRIEF Trl State league meeting hew today wtl probably fix a new salar the explo sion of his Carl Freeman lost Ws left band while hunting Belmont county has voted dry by Ninety one saloons and two breweries are af 18 Joseph age was killed wild engine on the Cincinnati Northetn Just north of Ba former was given a verdict against the take Shore railway by a the loss of a Ferdlnan1 charged with the murder ot his George of was found not guilty by reason Of Waldo agfi ot was steadying a piano on a Tho Instrumentfell out and crushed the ads He IB bout the cold Georse Hold age left a rig he was up and went Into barn id hanged himself with Hoylng s dead of typhoid Hoying and five ot their children are In bet with the A daughter diet about ten days ago from the seme E Wllght has been appointed receiver o the pottery Wlllian sett alleges that claims ot creditor cannot be met without sacrliHcln The Largest Strong est Fire Insurance Agency in Mer cer county and the home of away the undertook to commu nicate to hla majesty ward and unvarnished statement of bow the Germn people viewed his In tervention In affairs of The interview between the emperor and the Imperial chancellor took place Potsdam and the emperor made for mal promise that in the future be would not except through the chan cellor and his associate This prpmlse was made public in the the official gazette ot the It was form of a printed on the front where the texts of treaties and the promulgation of new laws usually ap It follows The Kaisers During todays audience granted to the imperial his the emperor and listened for sev eral a reportby Prince von Tfca Imperial chancellor Je tttA foallm atui Mta Scribed the feeling causes connec CONVICTSPLOT IN FAILURE Elglil Perish In Aiiemptlo Regain Their Freedom KINDLE FIRE IN GOAL HIKE Hoping In confusion Eniulng to Get by the Guards and Make Their cape Official and the Alarm Eight Com vIcU Suffocated by Smoke From the Flre All i Bodies Recovered and Blake Extin Ing to managers ot the nity atate convicts employed in the mined t at Pratt OHy formed a conspiracy to set 3 aflre and escape Ing the confusion as a result eight oonvlcta burned to one s f missing and the other fortyone are safely locked in the A lot of timber lying in the manway was ignited and the convicts that when attention had besn attract ed to the flames they could escape the main They had be be able to make their way along the mine ahead of the smoke andtumei from the In this way tor at least eight were The others appeared to be meeting with success when the mine suspected Making hiBWfty to the ap overseer informed and guards were atonce plaswl at TUte men ware they came from the main Res cue work was ftten for In addi tion to the cOBYlcts there were a auto ber of free laborers in the appear to have gotten out safely cept the convicts near the RlMERSBllRG LAID WASTE Y Thrivlno Cliilon County Town Ftre Low of clpal business section a ot residence at i Whyiuy Pay Good Money For Insurance lhat to say the least You are not CERTAIN is If the qut rate could sell their Insurance you sup pose they would take lesslts only the kind that cant sell for par ihat v McCLINTOCK TESTIFIES That Munons Cursi Hir AGE of 1032 Spring I consider Munypns Mary A Qarden conjiacr Tx JShcuraafic Ueraedy ipd best cure for rfwumatisro auttering I have been with he most painful and distressing imagin able for upwards of three I was so bad with it that I suffered agonies when I was moved It affected my shoulders and and nothing gave me When the screamed bottle of Mwnyons bewn an n 1 was lifted up in t I got Kheumatism Remedy and J took on day f ofti bottle Vf i 1 t one pellet every hour dud the second I have pow taken but o oe and every phase of pata has left my Back and neck end I fed that ft will never I W in my seventysecond year and tan positively wy that is no impediment to the wonderful curative powers y A ai9S Spring street ln Munyons C in three Price Pile Ointm Price fornu of VMnyooi yfmiwi1 f ftosjtl friends do not require me to prejudice the and Ishall not take th advice of my opponents on this sub I shall continue to write ant in defense of things which I be Heve to for the American peo I hope it may never become nee essary to run for office but will not attempt to decide that ques tlon until the lime comes to do not see necessity to say mor on the In answer to the direct question Will you run for tihe presidency agal it conditions arise to warrant Wl liarn Bryan dictated the foregoln Regarding the future of th Democratic party he said I am not at all discouraged as t the future of the Democratic part There must a democratic party in every country and I wantrour party to be and I have no doubt that the country will see the necessity tor the adoption ot the refoftns ad vocated by the Democratic It Is already a great educational and I lhave no doiiK that conditions will so indicate the party as to make the vot ers turn to It as the best instrument for the accomplishment of the neces sary Will you stllow yourself to be elect ed tJnlted States senator from Ne braska he was Nebraska doesnot elect a this be said with a But It does wo years fiom he was reminded You havemy statement regarding my future so far as I care to he refused to discuss Jhe subjeot fur and Bryan are route to MURDERED BY BOYS up Mystery of Wil liam Reads age ihas confessed that William hts aged wws murdered while Cllne Herbert Orlggs and himself were at tempting to rob his said that he stood guard outside while the others Bead and then fearingthat be would be recognized After the shpotlng the boys fled with out robbing the Wheeler was but Grlgga could not be it TRAIN JQU8 40 FEET i One a passenger Hart zell ot the XlcKlnley National Memo rial association announces that the trustees of the association will at the Arlington on Two men were killed In a coal mine at Kerrs being crushed to death by a large block of Theltllled are James age and Albert age the annual banquet of the Cleveland chamber of commerce Joseph speaker of thv house of and Ambassador Jusserand of France were the principal at Yorkvilje burned sixteen The all who had been out ot work for lost everything apd about 150 pernons are homeless and without food or shelter I ttwwITh r Probate B furniture store Thomas Judge Russell of county was and badly wounded by Ran som sou of Attorney on a farm twenty miles from Franklin Hai The trouble Is said to have grown out sur fered a flre loss of morethan and there will be no local service by the Bell Telephone company until nesc The flre practically ruined theArmory owned by in which the Bell telephone ex change was were destroyed By flre Jaety The locals estimated W and three places Were destroyed Bjdward McLane M Uvery SttmmerViUe s pr a 1 Mf jewelry i I TTlnnAnfr of Fire which almost destroyed the Rebecca Hlnkle building here threatened a whole block of business A high wind blew the flames across vacant setting to other buildings that were aavej only after heroic barber shop general store Henry AUTO RACER KILLED Emlle Strieker Life in Attempt to Break lira car over sixty miles an hour an to lower the twentyfourhour au tomobile Bmlle a tlve of was killed on the fair grounds track The track was poorly lighted and when the car dashed around the curve at the west end of the track one tire exploded followed quickly by a second In an Instant the car was a Witch cooling BILLIK MUST DIE la Again Sentenced After Desperate Fight to convicted ot the murder ot five mem bers of the Vssral was sentenced by Judge Barneato hang on 11J The flght of Bltllk and hlavfrlenda for which carried the be fore the United States has attracted wide attenMon v Mother He Innocent Nov Barbara Billlk of this moiUer of HfirraBn was when Informed that her son had setftapcetr to hang In a letter from the con demned man he reiterated his protes tations of saying the sootf Use DeWltts Carbollzed r DileBT Sold by Harry Two Hundred Thousand Families The intellectual of have one rule in magazine The Review of Reviews because it is a necessity Near THB AM GUI CAN nJlIJ mo A A MAQAZINB SAMPIB UWAWISONB COW MAOAZINB I j The Review of Reviews Has ottained a larger list than any magazine tlitt deula wliolly with teriouj subjects Mid is us llo periodical 9 keep one up witU the It Is NEITHER MUCKRAKES NOR HIDES 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