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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania rESf ABblSftliJB PRICE 2CENTS PEH RESTIN6TODAY Oil King Asks lor Adjournment Until Monday ENDURES FIVE HOURS GRILLING Prattle KelloBfl for the Oovecnmeht Asks Many Questions That Tax Hie Pfttlence and Memory Remains XJalm and With Consummate the Keen Interrogatories of Sams Leading Trust Bus Has Humorous Encounter With Newspaper New more than flveioura John witness 1 for the defense in government ault to dtefeolve the Standard Oil faced an unceasing fire of questions from the federal Frank Kel and when adjournment was taken until Monday the of the oil com bine was still being crossexamined on the charges that the company in its days accepted rebates to the disadvantage of Its Rocke fellers croseexamlnatlon probably not be concluded until late companys from Rocke The enbrmous earning power ot the oil ombinatloti wag sharply brought out wheni after suggested aa adjburnnient un til which was agreed to by During intermission Rockefeller took the hewspaper reporters tof printing iiis maxims on care itfii uiLtji Ing that the Standard had paid dlvl ot the dends amounting to in Dont you boys think you violated BttW It had earned as much j my he with a this was added to the companys I smlle mean 8Ald fop 4 1 U1MO YTGM3 UUUUU WJ WUlpMlJ U which was stated by the counsel to be It was further stated by Mr Kellogg that the company Within the last eight years had earned nearly halt a mil lion The course of Rockefellers tes timony in the hands Ot the govern ments counsel ran not so smoothly aawhen he told his story under the direction of friendly but the rapidflre ot the prose cutor were always met with unshaken imperturbability and readiness to an swer except as he explained te quite impossible for me to re member afterthirtyfive I do Rockefeller was questioned closely regarding rebates which the Standard was charged with butwith the exception of the agree mantwith the Pennsylvania which Rockefeller explained gave your special but I suppose ttie advice is good tor so I dont cara Very Rockefeller then asked one of LUMBER KiNGS ARE QUIZZED Plead for Retention of Duty on Tlielr Propel CROSS EXAMINES him to let tolm seethe I wlaVt had your eaid the richest man the gazing ear neatly at the of I wish 1 had quickly re the Rockefeller laughed heartily and extended tola which the artist the Standard Oil man We ought to pool COLOR LINE Students at Veterinary College Strike Negro Missouri congressman Wants to Know Why Duty It pebmftj Necessary by Men Who Have Fortunes In Govern ments ForestjCortkeVvation Program Promises to Bi Facjer When Lum ber Pas sages Between universal grab is thei appellation given the tariff by RepreBBntatlve Champ Grand of Missouri at cthe hearing be tyfotfrmembers of junior class in fore the committee the Grand Rapids veterinary on the tariff schedulp for wood and walked out of a clasSrOom when two wood The admtnistra negro students entered Jo resume lions policy for the preservation of fected an equalization of oil their Because of the objecthe forests figured largely in tlie ar tions of other the negroes tie Standard a rebate because it ef Rockefeller could not recall any other though he thought It was likely that he might of others at various The president of the Standard Oil when he learned that the government counsel would not be atile crossexamination by PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles bad been denied admission when they i Several lumbermen said they want ed a protective tariffon lumber be cause other articles are protected by the present This called Eorth the term of grab fidni Hepj Womens Fine Suits Proper correctly at prices to suit Our stock is still complete and should be iromedi OUR EXHIBIT Of FUR GOATS for this week is especially at its best and priced as reasonable as any on the WaistsV Costumes in fact everything in outer 1 7O8 State returned to college this year and they appealed to the Judge Perkins of the Kent county circuit court or dered the college to admit the colored The school authorities have suspend ed the entire junior including the two colored until next BACON NOT DROWNED But Is Arrested on Charge of Short age In His Bacon of supposed to have been drowned inthe Susquehanna river at three raonths was committed in the central police court here to await the action of the Scran ton who have a charge of robbing his employ who was arrested while in company with his wife and was a salesnvdn for Reddington of i He Started on a trip for the I firm in August and shortly thereafter i his and a valise containing his business were found on the I hank of the riven An examination ot Bacons account it is disclosed a shortage of flOTi It warf believed he was Seven Laborers Meet Seven men were killed and three seriously injured when a train on the Burlington road ran occupied by a laree I a Reorganization Is New The readjust ment committee which has beenal work a reorganization of the West Inghouse has declared reorganization plan effective Largest Strong est Fire Insurance Agency in Mer cer county and the home of Fordney Representative who Is also a Michigan de fended iWeyerhaetiSerx fry asking it there was any reason why the lumber man should be criticized for his fore j I Do you think that there is any rea son Why the lumber Industry should be given 4 bonus of asked referring to the tariff on lum Cant We get along without a tariff If such large profits can be In the lumber business Chairman Payne stopped the argu ment at this stating that the hearing was not a criminal another millionaire lumberman ot the testified in favor of Increase in the tariff on Clark asked him How nvuoli lumber do you own I dont see that that Is necessary answered It Is necessary to the credibility of your testimony if you want to know the bald truth about replied Clark Dalzeii objected to Clarks saying that what amount of Walker owned was his pri vate The witness also at tempted defend but Chairman Pajyie interrupted Please dont say anything more about he We tried his case and acquitted representing the Pat ternmakers association of North Amer asked that patterns bo specifically mentioned In the i FOOT jit That is Total to Date of Van Vllssln gen an exami nation of the various documents In the office of Peter Van convict ed forger oC notes and HOLD CITIZENS AT BAY Three Nervy Robbers Stick at Task Despite held several citizens at bay while they blew and robbed the safe ot Reinnlngflr Sllcox of The robbers were fired but A part of the safe was blown through a wall of the store and into the Meyers the fragment landing In a room where a guest was The robbers were discovered while at work upon the Help wms called and many The citizens sur rounded the but the safecrack era would not One robber held the crowd back with a revolver at the front of the a second did like wise at the rear while the third continued to work at the When the safe was opened and the money obtained the robbers made a dash for the still leveling their revolvers at the crowd A few shots were but none was robbers escaped toward Chicago A posse quickly was formed and are pursuing Iti making their escape the robbers mude use of a horse arid buegy which also bad been GAS DIGS GRAVE FOR 25 BODIES Buries Living and ELECT OFFICERS TODAY AGE NORJEX SPARED Awful Result of Leak in Brook7 lyn Sewer Trench DIGGING FOR UNFORTUNATES re ceiver for the Van Vllsslngen proper declaredthat the forgeries amount to Only a thorn the papers will disclose how many 1 kalis taken by Van ylls aconvict Inthq in the Joilet 150 GIRLS FALL 15 FEET Ghastly Task Being Prosecuted With Feverish Haste New Federation Except Seem Sure of by the convention of the American Fed eratibn of was given Gompers by the adoption of hie annual report 1u full as The ref port was bofore the convention wr a persons are bellevofl to have Wpt their day a half and for a white there lives In an explosion of gas wWcn WOT was a vigorous discussion of some of up a great wqUonof Gold Its j It is ToUuy election of officers Is the apepersons were buried under the nnn clal order of All the officers dreds ot tons of earth timber that will bo reelected with the possible exwere thrown Into the by tlie expio Vaafa and mViFft r WJ H DO I Uy 1UU LtJU ft VUG v TT ceptlon ot Vice President Daniel aion and ten reported Delegate Lewis of the miners The exactnumber of dead can Interrupted the proceedings and pre not be determined until those i on behalf of the to to the entombed bodies dig Only a thorough examination all Gompers a silver through fifty feet of ana a Iqflng oup and to Gompers a dia tangle of pipes and inond Gompers was so The explosion occurred in a ntty coine by the good will of the dele foot deep excavation that had been coming as it did at the end of made In Gold street between York ana ahard that he could scarcely IhonUodthe resentatlve Boutell of llllnbiB asserted n defense of a protective tariff that tie government must secure 000 in revenue and that as a result some Industries be That tree would wr tend to prevenHJie the Wpg lean timber the Winj ar jued that tne have to supply the countries it the Canadian forests devastated and suggested that some broader scheme than the tariff should be adopted for reforesting the United States and Representative Clark took occasion toask for information from the wit nesses regarding the alleged purchase Several Seriously While Pos ing for scaffold on which 160 girl employes of the mer cantile corporation ware posing for a group photograph gave way and all were precipitated to the fif teen feet of the girls hurt being sus iained by Grace Wilson and Cjam Leg both of whom suffered broken MESSAGE IN TUBE NEARSJJESJINAp Boy Metes Metal Today in Long Sprint Front a water main was jvliiB sprunga leak and in a mannftr known a spark came in contact with escaping Immediately there was a terrific explosion that lifted the aurr face of the siitet for hnlt a block in both drecUone dust cleared away it was seen that the street had Auto Leaps Into Calumet and Margaret Atkins were drowned when an automobile carrying them and three other each a young woman swervetr TI its course and plunged twto the Calumw Tiver from the Tor ranee avenue of one million and a half acres of tim ber landsby Frederick a millionaire lumber dealer of the at an acre more than fifteen years After it had been brought out that this same land Is now worth abbut an acre Clark asked Lacey of whether there was any danger of Weyerhaeuser going to the poorhouse if ihejiged careful BUSINESS DIRECTORY Vanderbilt Plans New Van derbllt has Invited Clyde shipbuilders earth and debrts had fallen into the Inirying scoreOf laborers who Tongues of crevices and lzedSbynthe physical department of Two bodies Wire of this city and Washing1 ticking out of the wreckage nine on their 241mile street wae with school nine on meir mim when occurred and that scores of them were not killed or Injured was A three children were almost oppo site the excavation when the earth ton are sprinting on their 241mile bearing a message in a silver tube to President Ilooaevolt The start was made from the Inter national headquarters of the du East Twentyeighth each runnor a hundred yards GREENVILLE TAILORING A REAL TAILOR Why Buy And Pay Good Mong For Insurance that to say the least You are not CERTAIN is If the cut could sell thefr Insurance at you sup pose they would take lesslts only the kind that cant sll for par that sells GET THE BEST BISHOP Tailoring Us Alter Pressing Clean Corner Main 224H and Mercer io tender bids for the construction of a new stoatyacht OPIUM IN HIS TEA Thus Merchant Shows Grief Los over the death oE the Chinese emperor caused Gee Cluing a wellknown merchant and politician of to commit suicide last night by drink ing a bowl of Observing all the of he the dnig in a small mix ing It with a solution of CHILDRENlFECTEO BY CATTLE DISEASE Mainline Reports Concemlni Epidemic at crumlled under their test and they were swept down into te holo under tons of Two other children were on the opposite Bide ot the street the sidewalk caved in passing the tube From Jer aey City to Newark the relays were 150 yards and from Newark on they WJJBJI Dluo lengthened out to a quarter iOBt their From Newark the itinerary is through j Samuei foreman of the gang Princeton and j laborers who were laying the water where the meusage remained waa near the woman and three At G oclock this morning oWjjjren their He the race for Washington was resumed ruehed f0rward as lie felt the street by way oE Wilmington and tremijie the explosion In an en Unless some unexpected occurs the will reach the nauds of lie president atll to AVtogether 700 runners will partici pate In the The presidents wlllbe among the runners to carry the through in Philadelphia has been received here of the death in ot the William Har missionary for the United Pros byteriun churoh since deavor to save but was drawn Into the death body was the first to be Trout been ronsted to a Woman shoots A trail blood found on the pb ot hor home told die story of woman had foiled tlie atteivpt ot a huC a niemtjr of a prominent was awaentl by an intruder in her She opened fire on hvm in the ha made a hasty BE8TAURANT SMITHS CAFE to Eat served in the best is making a reputation for Try us not a The place to eat la at SULLIVANS Opposite Sollolte transient and local wellcooked MEAT MAnKET Plum street alms to furnish the finest quality ol IJEPOT MILK The Sillespie 0 JL When you buy milk of 1 North Mercer you get the best and PHOTQGRAPHEB WBBEKS U CANALi ST All the latest style In cards and folders for 1908 now See the new Royal The reltapleBmot fs Not tho cheapest prices best goods at the Jowest raarttet Our for Knuf re sults following the outbreak of a con tagious foot and mouth disease in New York and causing those states to be quarantined against inter state shipments of are shown in advices which reached Sec retary of Agriculture stating that four children in had contracted the A rigid investigation in progress In Danville and elsewhere to deter mine whether have become slm tarly The officials believe Wiat spread the contagion will be although admitting that the situation is grave and will require en and concerted action by the state and federal ment is made at the department of ag rioultvire that ten coimtles are by the foot and mouth cattle disease and that there Is danger of the disease spreading into other Fann ers have been buying cattle in large miTOlMsrs and unost of the shipments were through the Buttalo that tlwre Is no telling where the cUseafle will j Tih has prom ised to twothirds of the cost of nil cattle Prompt payment will 30 Saturday and Monday Specials Canvas per pair AllWool 5c 9e Linen Corduroy and Spldltr Confesses Infantry Any Shirt in Australian Ribbed regular 50c Your choice of any or Suit in the store Successors Benninghoff 177 Main 43c
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