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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE ESTABufSlMBa 1897 LOSES FORTUNE IN TROLLEY WAR Mayor Johnson of Mind In traetloh properHesfKthe After Alberts death was put id him whether he should resign kia office as mayor and take up the management of Alberts that 1 would I had entered the flfcht In this city with them do what they PRICE ZCENtS PER trtJt MIwlU J j i them make sort of attack upon me they wlMi whatever sue they will find me with a thousand fights left In Ill never jglv6 Im welt and itrong and and theyll arwnys SAYS AUTOMOBILES MUST 60 Dlsrsgardlna HV Own Fortunes While Engrossed In Battle with Trolley Com to Home and Curtail Says He Hat Happy and Intends to Keep Up Not Interested In for Tom who for years has been cred ited with a very large tor he has losl every thing and will be compelled give up his home on Euclid avenue andmove into less expenslvee quar The mayor also stated that he would give up his automobiles and other luxuries because he could no Jkragerttfford to keep His fortune was the mayor by his devotion to the at estate dead broth er wjho was heavily interested ing tor So 1 concluded to stay right here and do what I could my brothers children at Jong Wtoy did I choose the course t did Ill tell Its not because Im a for Im I Acted uww frbin a purely selfish I wanted happiness and nothing else when I closW up my business affairs and took up civic Says He Been And Ive The pMt seven years have been the best of my leaving sut of consideration the loss of my Im going to be We may have to go back to a but thats the way we started and we can look upon life just aa Joyfully there as we did In the big house on Euclid They tell me my enemies are plan nmg to bring financial trouble upon Ive been expecting Theres one imlBtake I havent falling bo foresee the of those who would like to destroy me If op portunity My enemies are capable of doing One may expect nothing else from special I real Ize that any other set ot men in the same circumstances would 1 could my fortune and built it But I had chbeeti ray course and I did have my mind or altering His Worked for IIMK Tfl pursuit of mere dollars doesnt IMmU Interest I suppose I go down i O M In Wall street now and make soma w H Brt TVB hmlBht ATld SMW With i Ive boughtand sold with Harrtman and I suppose I could and But Im not going Ur do anything of the J AND GIRLS Industrial Edflcaiion Society Meets Todarln Atlanta IVHSTE ganoe In 6f Haw Ma tfjan In Charge of Educators I dont want you to misunderstand AjdreM ditfeerlnq In Oeorflla Kaah what I httve for as v may I havWt been laboring with the rewarded by the grSlTtmle of the One cannot count on I have never made a single out of the street railways since I ana came Nobody else has worked as hard as and t havent drawn cent of pay Trac the Society De of Train ing Are Stronger great national Is ciety For of Industrial whtm begins Itsfirst busl PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Womens Fine Suits Proper correctly at prices to suit Our stock is still complete and should be irnmedi ately 4 OUR EXHIBIT OF FUR GOATS for this is especially at its pest and as reasonable Coats and in fact everything in outer 7O8 State Street tion company as dont neBS session here today Many of the propose to ask a ceni work in most prolnlnet odncators ot the Unit States are here to discuss the question of fttUsig the boys and glils ot the country ifor the pursuit their future vocations The ot tbfe sociot are to bring to public abtfJptltm the impor tance of industrial education as a factor In the imlubtrlal educational de In poll In no campaign have J ever paid more than my on he salary Sometimes have not paid that much In when the committee has allowed men ertaiti amount the use of my We liave never been In debt at the end of a campaign but My only recreation has been auto Id like to keep one of my but Im afraid I AskedIM he would really have to give up Jils as a result his Inaifefflf said Im going to I cant af ird to keep up the big ihouse clid avenue As soon as1 I can I and a smaller house that we like to Im going to ride the street The autos will have to go with the FROM ALTAR TO JAIL Hartloves Separation From Bride Will Last Eight Nov been adjudged guilty desertion Secretary Metcalf bias approved the sentence In the case jt Charles first alias the service in order to marry the daughter of late Senator Gorman The punishment to be meted out to young man is Imprisonment for one year at the naVal Ports By good behavior Mag ness reduce his actual servitude to eight firm o John Boardman stock brolc of this with nineteei branches In New Baltimore an otter made a voluntary assign inent for the benefitof The Largest Strong est Fire Insurance Agency in Mer cer county and the home of Why Buy And Pay Good Money For Insurance that to say the least You are not CERTAIN is If the cut rate companies could sell theirSnsurance at do you sup pose they would take lesslts only the kind that cant sell for par thjait sells GET THE BEST CAKROLLD W of the pro vide opportunitiesfor the study and discussion of the various phases of the to make available the results of in the field ot Industrial education both iii country and mid W tfBtuHlsu menit of institutions foi industiial training The officers of the societyare Presi Carroll president ot Clark college and former United States commissioner of labor vice Magnus WAlexander of Frederic Pratt of tho Pratt Brooklyn James Hauey ofNew In speaking of the importance ofthe convention Walter secre tary of the Atlanta chamber com merce and the man has been in charge of the details of the con said In this and particularly in the we have been guilty of fearful waste in the employment of the most valuable raw material we boys and the By train ng them along industrial by giv ng Hhem the advantages of technical schools such Germany will soon rival Germany the perfec tion of her year In Chicago Prltchett stated hat In Germany 55 per cent of boys the ages of fourteen and sljc een wiho had left the grammar schools were engaged In aome kind of Indus trial schools preparing for their Ufa He showed that less than 1 per cent of the boys of similar age In Chicago were similarly employed or had similar But we have shown a marked Interest In technical and It promises Mystery surrounds the death of Louis Ben aee whose body found In the rear of the boarding house of Joe He had been shot througf the face and had two bullet wounds his left pray the Ijord will take me unto Him and re lieve my said Henry Martin to her as though in Divine answer to her Bhe became uncdnsclous and Death was due to VERiBEST RUBBER WANTS REAL RE VISION Interest In Organization of Next Thai Presidentelect Tatt entertains a ous determination that the forthcom ing revision of the tariff shall be thor made In good faith and In ac cordance with the pledge ot tae party Is dally evidenced Irt the earnestness with which he talks at this subject Vlth his political Hts Interest goes tofheexteut of seeking detailed Information regard ing the personnel and prospective or ganization of the Sixtyfirst tt IS necessary for him as the head of the pttrt and responsible to theAmefr lean people for the carrying out of Us promWea to begin his work atipnce by If such an organiza tion Of the next congress as shall make It imaslble for the legislative and executive branches to work in complete This is the which the presl admits Is just now upper most In hto mind and upon which tu la soeklng It will be Incorrect to say that Judge Taft has decided upon any course in connection with the organization of the next house of Neither has he yet decided that any action on his part la The Importance of the whole matter Is that he is giving the subject seriouJ the determination of 1 which might lead him either to Im mediate aggressive constructive action or bring to him assurances that the natural order of events regarding the house organization will include a har monious working understanding be tween the White House and the In accordance with his determina tion to consult party leaders upon many Judge Tatt talked with Representative Burton for an hour and a The discussion revealed a friendly relation between the conferees and Judge had asked Bur Ion to resume the conference Satur I day Burton is a candidate for the United senate from The presidentelect was visited by delegation represeutirig the civil serv ice reform association and asked to consider the ofincluding fouilhclass postmasters lied civil Clvil Service Cora mlsslouer Greene headed the which included besides a number of fourthclass postmasters H Dana of Boston and Elliott Goodwin of A brief opportunity which will be extended later was af foided GlaascoeU of AVcst Virsintftantl Scott of that state to discuss political situa x CROKER ARRIVES TODAY Tammany Leaders Turn Out In Force MITCHELL ALSO CHOUSES PRISON Says He Will Pay No Fine for Violating Injunction CONVENTION DEBATES SUBJECT Committee on Presidents Report of American Federation of Labor Recommends Defiance of Court In But convention Adopts a Medium Course Betwen the Ultra Radicals and the UltraConserva Taken at Keefe for His Attitude During Recent Ameri can Federation of convention was given over to consideration ot the report of the committee on ttie presi dents Two sections caused prolonged debate and a vote was reached on only that referring to litigation harassing The re port of the committee recommendlnp that Injunctions be disregarded was de featod on to and a modification of the report along the line ot Gomperss report was John Mitchell offered an airaendmeh to the cxnmnlttee saying ii part in Within a few days tthe court wil decide whether our secre tary and myself shall to 1 d not want to go to but I shall ac cept that judgment and I shall pay n This declaration brought cheers from the Mitchells amendment was to in eert certain words so Chat Kho report should with the amendments of Delegate Duncan and as foi Wheuevor the courts issue an in junction to regulate our personal rela tions we declare we will exercise all the rights and privileges guaranteed by the constitution and laws ot our country and insist that it is our duty to defend ourselves at all hazards and recommend be our taking whatever results may Gompersa Course Several other delegates discussed the amendments and Representative Furuseth closed the discussion with a defense of the committees On the motion of Duncan his resolution and the Mitchell ment vxxted on The amendments were adopted a vote of to the section presidents report referred to the po lltlcal action of Compere and the ffhels unable td agree with this anfl must for conscientious any She committee believes tt In his right and duty to resign his This recommendation was aimea ai really at Daniel Who as ft nwmber of Khe executive council came out In a public statement In support ot William Taft for president after he council had declared in favor ot The third quotation IB the closing ot Oompera on the poUtlcal In which he says It has been my purpose to place be ore you the entire matter In conneo Ion with my participation in ftie cam whatever consequences it may I submit It to yoti for such judg ment as you may deem best to and such action as you may care to I am deeply conscious of this Wie that f have endeavored to give voice to the wrongs which labor ias endured and to which the tollers are I have pleaded tor tho righting of these 1 have pressed home to the fullest 6he auf tarings and the Injustice done my fel To the very limit ot whatever ability or power I may possess I have thrown It Into the scale of the camw of my TAKING EVIDENCE ON PORTAGE HOLDUP to Former New The news that the with Richard Croker was sighted down the bay was tlie signal for the Tammany braves to get busy with their welcome for their former chief tain A large excursion steamer had been chartered to meet the incoming The Taiiinniny vessel was crowd ed to the rails wHh politicians of high and Jow shivered In the keen November wind that blew In from the Despite the chilli enthusiasm was mani The apimarauce of brokers form on the dockof the Uisitunia was greeted with He looked well and declared felt Beyond voicing his regret at the recent Demo cratic defeat in the state and nation Croker refused to discuss politics at this He will remain in this ca a executive council during the latepresi deivtlfll campaign under the caption Legislation and Political Acttom The report describes the actions of the president and executive council along The committee in their report indorsed ihelr The com mittee quoted three sections from the report which It especially The flrst says The American labor movement is not partisan to a politi cal party It is partisan to a principle To Be Sent to Italy for That Governments Use a lapse of four years since the commis sion of the active prosecution of the men who are alleged to committed the fcbldup and murder near this July las Assistant District Attorney sitting aa royal for the department of justice of the government oil has begun taking testimony 1ft the case in which Fran cesco Carinelo Dl Inlc Caveli and Angelo now In prison at are charged with being the fir ing from ambush near fihot and killed Charles a driver for Puritan Coal critically Paymaster Patrick Camp bell and made way with The Italian government has given as surance that the case against these men will ba pushed to a speedy con clusion In the courts of Italy after the evidence being taken In this country has been T OF BROWNr Encouraged by the Jury That Acquitted The Jury which one year ago held the fate ot Annie slayer of Senator Arthur Brownof Utah in its met at a banquet In this city and sent the following telegram to her The jury which acquitted you a ago sends congratulations and wishes you success in your undertak Bradley Is now angaged In country for several renewing old friendships before returning to his Irish STRANGER KILLS NEGRO With a He Cheats Mob of Its in a buggy ahoad of an angry crowd bent on an unknown man shot and killed Ralney a onearmed who haft shot and fatally wound ed Gertrude a After killing Hill the stranger re placed his rifte his buggy and drove leavlnj no clue to his i ne conventions have frequently declared that our movement has neither tho right nor the desire todictate how a member shall cast his It has been my privilege and honor always so to I have not departed and can not now depart from that true taade union At the Minneapolis con vention the following declaration was adopted We must have with us In our economic movement men ot an parties as well as of all and the minority right of the numblest man o vote where ho pleases and to worship where his conscience dictates must be saoredly Take Slap at The committee in Its remarks on the quotation says We hold that this does not hold in the case of an execu Uve officer cgniajiia as GLANDERS KILLS DOCTOR Experiments Reeult In Death Chicago from glan rare In a human overtook Thomas Wilson of at the Presbyterian this Wilson absorbed Hie prrm of tha disease ep at Rush Maulcal Penny Post Proves a r general announces thct the weight of fromlhe Tn ted Kiutdorii to the United States diving the month of October Increased 27 pur coat under the penny post as compaied with in Be Gillcsp i DEMAND ACCOMMODATION Oklahoma Negroes Want Separate and commit tee of negroes of Oklahoma filed with the corporation commission a eult agalnat every railroad In tit de manding dining and sloping oaw tor oolored as well as Tube Company1 OH Oil with the awessment made bysthe olty and county assessors against their plant the officers of the National Tube company have Issued orders from the Pittsburg headquarters to have the building torn The plant has seen Idle for several Saturday and Monday Specials Canvas per pair AllWool Linen Corduroy 66 96 worth and 1 A thicker coatlngthan any other Rubber Hoofing on tbt Noth ing better rejiardleBs Needs no GET OUR Had New A campaign fund of contributed to the national Republican committee in the recent campaign will be shown when llet of contrlbuitoja Is filed at Al bany next according to a York Any Shirt in Australian Ribbed regular SOc Your choice of any or Suit pr Raincoat in the store at 43c ton LIVIN8STONIMOYEI a life sentence for cvWHclty in jnuf 4er of BeiiBett New r Bonninghoff   

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