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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                PRICE 2CENT8 PER OIL KING TELLS HIS TALE AGAIN Resumes Testimony Today in Suit Against Standard COACHED BY LEGAL SHARPS rfohn Rockefeller on the tUnd Seems More tike Country Gentleman Recalling Old Than Principal Defendant In Stilt In Which Millions of Dollars Areat Without Se and Obtained His Start irt the Oil New Rock today resumed his ot the Standard Oil coinpaiiy before Referee fax the of the United States governmenc to dissolve the socalled oil Is expected that RoJckefellera testimony will continue several more SSs siona Of the court Relating his story wjth the air ot a country gentleman engaging a host of Mendswith incidents ofSayalong Rockefellerfor over two hours re viewed history ot the early oil and1 the devlopment of the first that crow into the Ttie head of the big oil combine was by an imiwaliig circle ot development of R lerft which carried him tft wlfen he begtfl his organisation of the Standard Oli monyjie gazed complacently upon a indicated that one ot newspaper menbehlnd the lines of the defense will that prtMed close a throng of people Standard company is not the re filled titf Rockefeller ap policy to tibtala peared at complete and when ot the oil trade as Mttburn of counsel for the DUt rather the natural outcome of an economical which the tgMMslrt of bhe oil Industry Dttringr a brief recess Rockefel ler talked o Jjie reporters on the Standarfl propounded his first question the witness spoke out in full tones as If he desired the most distant specta tor In the Chamber to Then la a manner that Indicated a pleasure at he was about to efeller spoke ot his start In the oil business and how under adverse con ditions that business grew to the pro portions of the Standard Oil company of with Its capitalisation k of Rockefellers eyes spar kled In reflection off that early finan cial organization speaking of It million dollar capitalization with al most boyish he said It seonied very large to who began wltth only in Hearing a Social Thus proceedings lost in a sense thelrOfllotsl aspect because of the en gaging manner which Rockefelfer displayed which now and then contained flashes of kindly A glowof health Showed in and to Inquiringnewspaper men he re plied that he never felt The president of the Standard was dressed hi of dark mate and across hisvest was suspended a heavy gold watch A dark ple in wihich a large pearl pin snuggled closeto a high Standajriis saying Like Dream to John What a wonderful thing it all bai the growth of this It all seems like a dream to and here CRIMINAL LAWS MUST BE RECAST Says Before People May Hule In Fact CRITICIZES BENCH AND BAR PARIS GLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Womens Fine Sui Proper correctly at prices to suit Our stock is still complete and be immedi ately OUR EXHIBIT OF FUR CO ATS for this week is especially at its best and priced as reasonable as any on the Coats and in factTeverything in outer 7OS State Street United Attorney Speak ing Before Municipal League Con vention at Declares Peo ples Will Ift and Disap pointed ThroUgh Delays on Absurd Which Are Permitted Un der the Preitrit Pea pie Do lit SoFar as They Wish I went ihto the bank of pjttaburgi NoV Amer tarf but i didnt have auy collateral nor feotB and ttiat Peo anyone to indorse my I told him PIe wlBjl to thejMnust thorough whaM wanted to do with It and then rationally and honestly recast the he asked rne how much I wanted I criminal waS aosertedby Attor need 1 ssM ttnd I got To ney General Bonaparte in his Uhat loan I attribute whatever sueas president of the National Municipal cesses I have had In life I I am accused of doing the yefy wicked thing ot selling a good article at a lower price than anyone This testimony here today brings back to my mind 80clearly early days In wbero we were all friends and neighbors How well I remember that day in Cleveland when OCTOGENARIANS WED Slip Quietly Away to Canada and Re turn marriage of former Seltz and Anna eghty years has created attenuation In this The aged lovers eluded their hiej and They returned and a big wedding feast was served In their honor by a Dough erty a traveling salesman for a tire company at dropped dead in a local Heart disease was the A lives at Mount has been no Tri league has adopted a salary limit ot a month for 1909 and net a month as the salary limit to be paid any Individual The cir cuit will remain Intact in case satis factory arrangements can be made in Wilmington for New man who gave his name as Nick age arrested on a charge of intox was found dead lu bis cell From papers found on the body it is believed he was a member of Grand Army of the Republic and that his name may bare been Niagara an invent found dead in his bed the Burnet Death was due to natu ral Creedon came to the city to dispose of a patent bit and the con tract had been drawn up for of his invention for to a organized The Largest Strong est Fire Insurance Agency in Mer cer county and the home of IN BRIEF jSrWreln the county courttiouae a loss of between and funerel ot the tale State Treasurer Me KlHiwn will be held from ilia law home William a Snybrook who went out to was fourtd dead In the field from heart was Instantly Allied In the Sul phur stona having struck a charge of dynamite his pick while New James age a died atbe Shenango Valley hospital hero as the result of Injuries received in a hunting Coxe and Bender of the state police have detailed to Investigate the flb aenc of Duke an exem plary resldentof this ex pense account of Superior Court Judge Porter for the campaign allows expenditures of of which was to the Republican state com age Alroona mall who was shot In the leg by the accidental discharge of derson8 guii while hunting near Hunt died from loss of horrible find was made by Select Gred ler ihere when he discovered the corpse of Julius Runiell uiider a pile of lumber In the southern part of the city Rumell disappeared some time ago live man was as dead on a work at tun but before assistance could be secured lie He was John age Doyle was struck by a train neTir idlewood Sta tion AMERICAN PRIDE PUZZLES ITALIANS And Upon Reply Will Depend Question of Baseball direct ors of the Eastern league and the American association will submit tiheir demands to the national baseball com mission at the Waldorf Astoria hotel In New York 7 and on the out come of that meetingwill depend question of war or peace In the base ball Thla was decided at a meeting of baseball magnates representing the Eastern league and American associa tlon The result of the con ference was lie appointment of a com mittee to present for the two leagues to the national commis Tils committee is composed of Pat Chaptn and Walter OMara of the league and President George WatWns and Hav ener of the American ATTORNEY GENERAL before the annual meeting ot the body In UhU His subject was the criminal law asa means to en force the peoples Bonaparte Bry ans campaign ple rule by If arid la so far as the people shall be in ear nest In the purpose to Why need there be a foretaste of he asked arrest and another between yet be tweentrial and actual punishment This helanswered by declaring that It is partly because bench and professional opinion among the bar tolerate all kinds of frivolous and often ridiculous on the part of unscrupulous counsel In tended to cheat justice of her plain due partly because our lawmakers af almost Inflnlte fjCiHties for re latest Italiancon J wi JURY BLAMES DRUG Teachers Charge Against Dentist Hal They a dentist of this has acquitted of the charge of attempted criminal assault upon Miss Theodora a said that the dentist attempted to assault her while she was a patient in Ms office Under the Influence of The jury accepted the defenses tflie ory that Miss laboring un der a hallucination produced by the NOT OUT OF DANGER But Hencys Physicians Issue an tlmlstlc San istic report concerning the condition of Francis Heney was issued by Wallace who suid is resting With the passing of each hour the patient is jalnlng Liquid food is ad to The worst Is liut in cases of infection is likely at any time1 until the s Carfnot Understand Why Their Duke Was Turned Down Italian press is dally growing more resentful against the1newspapers of America for their comment on the affairsof the Duke of the Abruzzi and Miss Katherlne Kl dauglliler of Senator Blkins of view ot judkdal to the crim although being very stingy in allowing them to tihe government but mainly because our lawsNshov little sense ot the value to society of a spedy administration of We have small judicial Intermittent sessions of our criminal judges sometimes sometimes prosecutors some times sometimes politi cians rather than lawyers All this makes for delay and all that makes for delay makes against the efficiency of the criminal When the people ot an American state or the American nation decree death to whomsoever shall do thus and thus and let the transgressor live for months and years while lawyers wrangle disa gree and judges reverse each there Is room for doubt in whether the state or nation does in truth mean That sove reign punishes with double efficacy and with triple certainty who punishes while the crime is and Why Buy And Fay Good Money for Insurance that say the least You are not CERTAIN is V v If the cut rate companies could seH their Insurance at do you sup pose they would take lesslts only the kind that cant sell for par that sells GET THE BEST tributlon appears in Italy It is written by Slgnor a staunch is supposed to be the mouthpiece of the and says in part Duke of the AbruEzi already would jhave married Miss Blkins with out giving her the rank of royal high ness If she had been satisfied simply to become his sihe not understanding that a girl in her position In Europe would nothave Americans ara con vinced that their dolllars can buy even relationship with one the oldest reigning houses of HAS NARROW ESCAPE GLAD THEYRE GOING Enlisted Men of Navy Happy at be parture of enlist ed men of the navy stationed at the Newport training and vicinity to be forwarded to the presi dent a message of thanks tor the presi dents order dlregting the removal of niarlnes all The mes sage says The naval enlisted men of the New port training station and vicinity wish we could express to our commander inchief Just how much we appreciate the good results that will his recent order causing the withdrawal of marines from The American people will never regret that the president Issued an or der which Will have more to do with the actual uplifting of the morale of our bluejackets and the establishment ot a spirit demanding respect for and among themselves would be osstble by any other We feel that much has been done by you and your administration to help and we realize that we ourselves must do our f fie Outlook Will New its fortji ooming edition The with which Hoosevejt has become will explain Uhat James president of the National lity bank apd supposed Stand ard Oil owns less than 10 r cent of the stock of IJbe Outlook and takes absolutely no part in ita wpQdaire body of a young supposed to be Breu eecretftry Pf university of Cincinnati forroet found In the Wpodolt In Oovlofton pn v Wilbur Wright Has Accident Similar to That at Fort MyerL Le the American had a narrow escape from serious Injury In an accident simflar to that which happened to his brotfaer Orvilles aero plaise at Fort Myer weeks The chain attached to one of the broke when he was making a and the machine turn marvelous presence of reestablished the balance of the aeroplane by leaning side and cut off the descending in WEATHER Weit Thursday Weetern day and Friday slightly warmer Frl day light to fresh south iliflhtly er In north portion fair light to fresh south MONTENEGRO READY Assembles Troops on Frontier Ready to Fight Vienna received here from the capital of Mon declare that the railway line between Cettinje awd a sea porl of has been cut and that Montenegro has mounted guns on the slopes dominating Montenegro has occupied the Dug leading into with SiOQOtroops ONE OF THREE SLEW AGED MAN Beys Arrested In Read Murder V Case Deny Guilt EACH PUTS DEED ON ANOTHER Police Extort Confessions From Three Young Men Suspected of the der ot William Read the Aged Man Who Was Shot to Death While Being Asserts His Innocence and Declares That Another Fired the Nov tlon created by the arrest of Walter ZeUer and Cline charged with the murder of William the aged grandfather was foU lowed by the capture of Herbert the alleged in Philadel Grlgg denied any knowledge of tht murder and It irafl not been clearly established who Wiled the aged Zeller in his confession said tlhat he stood outolde the house while Wheeler and Grlgg went Inside to rob his grand father and that he knew of the murder only when Wheeler and Grigs came out and told Is alleged to have accused Keller of previously trying to grandfather by placing poison in his According to Wheelers alleged con the three boys went to the house and found Read he Is declared to have placed his hand ovet Reads mouth end made a grab for ills He did not get the wallet and quickly stole Reada revolver from under his A shot was fired by but It went wide of the The aged man recognized his and Zel ler is alleged to havs said We will have to kill A fight followed In which Read imofond Wheeler is not cred ited with having said who fired fatal The accused say they did not rob house after the shooting because tihey were but a con siderable rum of money Is and the authorities are satisfied that they have not yet secured all the da tails ot the The boytt are members of reputable Yorfc New mirror weighing six and at said to bethe most valuable single article of merchandise ever car rled across the Atlantic oceanj has ar rived here on the steamer The mirror will be used in the Mount Wilson sola1 observatory at It will be shipped by boat to New Orleans and thence overland to Pasa dena SETS GRiM BEQUEST SonlnLaw Left Fifty Cents for Rope to Hang feeling entertained by the late George Wolf of Sonrmerdale toward Charles Is shown in the following paragraph Inhls will ad mitted to probate today Fifty cents be paid to my sonin Charles a native of to enable him to buy stout rope with which to hang GAYLEY RESIGNS President Corey of Steel Corporation New is made of the resignation of James Gayley as first vice president of the United States Steel ItIs said that Gayjey has not been in tha best of health some time and that frequently jie had expressed a determination to llhe formal statement the resigna tion came from William president of the TAFT CONFERS WITH SHERMAN AND WARD Readitd Tint Hoot Will Succeed Plan Hot was a conference ait the Tatt cottage on New general political affairs and especially regarding persons and measures pertaining to the next The were Presidentelect Vice Presldent Sherman and William na tional oommltteeman from wnaie no one to the conference wishes to be it may be stated as the opinion of all that Secretary1 Root will be the successor in the Unit ed State senate of Judge Taft has no hesitancy in giving posi tive expression to his desire to make Root the premier of his He has also stated that if his persua sion could the present secre tary of state would tfjtain that port despite his senatorial Sherman gave It as his opinion that Speaker Cannon would continue to hold that office In Sixtyfirst Australian Women Win Victoria legislative council has parsed the bill empowering women to vote at state The women out Australia have uovy won the of suffrage in both commonwealth state elections   

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