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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED CARNEGIE SAYS RICHSHOULDPAY Duties Uponlaii iries Usid M Tlran SPEAKSfREELYONTHETABIFf Information Becomes Concerning the Our Infant Indus tries of 187t Have Attainedtheir Full Growth and No Longer Need Making of Haste In Proposed Revision of the Tariff by Next New Nov mfitlon concerning Andrew Carnegies on the tariff Ing issue of ttie Century magazine Is available fl Carnegies arUcle Is My Experience With and Views Upon the He flrat reviews the movements down to the present Ding ley giving a anecdotes wtolch he figured with the promi nent tariff leaders of the various pe He adds Much water has rununder the lodges since Many changes V PRICE 2CENTS PER can beljihdtclottsly made ift tne 9 to no doubt about buCofl ANDREW the other I have been led to conclusion that conditions have changed fid greatly In the interval that the tariff should now be viewed from a new The writer assumes Hurt majority of our voters are agreed N It Is advisable for hew countries to capital by pro seer to be neces sary to develop new after full and exhaus tive If success fte not finally at such protection should as noted L1 should the experlfnenf protection becomes unneces sary and should steadily be that the home supply PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Womens Fine Suits Proper at prices tb Our stock is still complete and should be immedi ately t OUR EXHIBIT OF FOR GOATS for this week is especially at its best and priced as reasonable as any the Coats and in fact everything in outer 7O8 State Street safy Tor the lafety snaf hot thereby be Protective Policy Further on taruegtn says have already become by far the greatest of all rift Our Infant industries ofthe past have j reached maturity sneaking gener j are now quite able to protect The puling infant Iti nurses arms that congress in 1871 nurjiedso tenderly will appearnext year before Us guardian ar the stal wart champion Who has conquered lit fielder thus proving himself worthy of tlie protection bestowed upon him in his youth and fully vindicating protective policy While the tariff as a whole even today has ceased to be primarily eflclal as a measure of it das become vfclst Importance from the standpoint and H In tb feature I the special at tention of readers of all for duties not for protec but needed should not become a party Reason able of all parties be ex pected to approve this of obtain ing Atter giving tables showing that the tAilk of tariff duties are collected on luxuries tfsed Thus does the American In happy contrast to nlmost ex empt the poor and heavily the Just afi It for It is they who have the ability to pay as required by the highest economic First Duty of Carnegie says of future tariff legislation nejft congress dealing with the tariff will probably be inclined at first to reduce duties all and perhaps to abolish but its first care should beto maintain present du and even In some cases to In crease upon all articles used al most exclusively by the rictf and this not for but for not drawn from the workers but from the That Is the first and prime duy of Its second duty Is to reduce duties greatly upon manufactured articles and to abolish those no longer The writer haa cooperated In mak ing several reductions facturers became able to beu reduc Today they need no Unless perhaps mame new special tint unknown to the because now produced cheaper here than notwithstanding the Jaigher wages paid par Not a of produced in the world at as small an outlay for labor M in Our coal and Iron ores are much because more easily and our ore output much greater owing chiefly to the large irtatwlardliai onlers only upon our continent the specialized rolling machinery weeks upon uniform shapes without change of rolls and several other advantage There May Be Special The speaks only of the or dinary articles forms of steel as being to stand without protec IJe hopes there are today nio The Largest Strong est Fire Insurance Agency in Mer cer county and the home of Wby Buy And Pay Good Money For Insurance that to say the least You are not CERTAIN is If the cut rate companiescould sell their Insurance at do you sup pose they would take lesslts only the kind that cant sell for par that sells GET THE BEST nfeers in aereYji lifie reju7rtrtg protecHorf whichwin ie generously given temporarily The coffltrdltee Ihoufd welcome such special caseV j Carriegtri that several Other features ot the tariff should be care1 fully looked more particularly 11i lunrlnatlugoltet thread and Further Carnegie says The Infant have nursed ap proaches the day when he should be weaned froin tarlft milk and fed upon the stronger food of free H needs Ifatty hnt the chahiteshould not be roade abruptly rIt18 better to errupon the sate side if we errat but he Is the best of who corrects all faults are revealed and pojl lively declines the nation to protection In ariypranch where it is not clearly affqrdlng protection al ways with rjesdlye that It shall be No Occasion for There occasion for baste or for any revolutionary step in coming tariff It is better to go a mile toft slowthai a Httle too In the writers opinion the revision of the rcoulcLtoday safely and ad Vaatageously a radical one upon the hut if con in deference to the tlinld manu facturer whom ye hayq always with thinks It prudent not to disturb bis dreams and only halves present duties on i some articles ami abolishes them fentlrely upon others guards zealously the present dutiesupon the luxuries TRJStVitrNEWS IN OarfleM Maston Instantly killed by a tree while felling Umber near The body of a baby with Its head crushed In was found In a box In the rear of the Keever Following a quarrel with his Vincent age committed sui cide by drinking E5g a professor at Pennsylvania state has filed suit for divorce In the common George age was thrown from his rig In a runaway re ceiving Injuries which resulted hla Nov Nicholas age fell off a street car and crushed his skull near the base of the His Condition la MRSJIINNESS ABLE TO WRITE N i i i Cdicagoan Claims to Have Hail Letter From Her DATED ONLY FIVE DAYS ASO BELL Mm IS ENJOINED Charged mfli Violating Federal r Antitrust Laws INDEPENDENTS BEGIN CONTEST Illegal Methods Alleged In Petition Piled With united Judge Tay ler at Cleveland by Counsel for United Telephone Charge Made That FreezeOut Meth Familiar to High Financiers Are Being Used to Eliminate Competi Takes Prompt States Judge Tayler granted an injunc tion against the American Telephone and Telegraph company Bell longdis tance system and the Central Union Telegraph company Bell company op enttltig In Indiana and restraining them from interfering with j address the business of the Independent com age Bon of William lne viftose name and address Efforts Are Being Made to Have Him Testify In Defense of Hay Accused of Murdering Fertile Blue beard Letter Says Gunness Fired the House With a Slow Match n Doctor Testifies to Having Found Poison In Stomachs of Children and of Andrew who Is defending Ray Uunp wife of a well on trial for the murder known merchant of was Belle Gunriesa and her thrrfe children struck by the and flyer and per has made public a letter which was haps fatally received from Chicago by hla law partr Mayor Lemuel panies operating in those and adjoinT H was Wiled in the ahe says He that ing coal works when ho was crushed be the rich for writer and James Will be thankful an as JrPresident of the United States step In the rigrtt Telephone which is the in direction taken and ho dependent telephone the final step must come before in Ohio and ad the sooner the Joining suits brought by j that It is charged the Bell is pursuing the policy of buying Independent ex changes Bell where there are competing and In some instances absorbing inde pendent companies by merger and con solidation or division of territory so as to eliminatecompetition and estab I Bell This Is TWO WOMEN SETTLE FUSS WITH KNIVES The injunction was granted upon tween two strings of application of Clarence Judge Thaddeus age seventy once justioe of the supreme court of Is Ho had been an In valid confined to his bed for five strike of the TOO or more Lantug Printing company inaugurated ten days was settled by the receivers the company continuing the eight Gunness is alive as he had a letter from her five days ago and says that he was the man who accompanied her to the dullness farm on July the date on which Huts on tod his Cuts tie said to be In violation not only of the fifllkinOT IlKtallt llP8th antitrust but also of UaUdlllg Illdldlll U60III the laws of Illinois and other states In which duel to This policy said to be the death with knives waefought be1 shown by the official reports of the tween Crabtree and officers and directors of Bell com in a pany to their lonely pot In the Osark woods about It is charged that when competition miles tsouthwost the Bell companies adopted the Wiling policy of sitartlng corhpeting exchanges her The women operating at quarreled over family i In manyinstances giving free service The and the hour were bringing on patent threalv The sistersinlaw according ening appointment and on the lonely and of destruction of tain Jt IB said that in some driven iut of busihess and their equipment burned In pub licity belnt given as a to other Investors who might dare to in vade the fields of Bell WOMAN Alleged Slander Kentucky Fe male to Fanny of William tedead from the effect of a sad to have been inflicted Amelia Bell The shooting occurred at the home of Tutt at Van eight miles from and Is said to have resulted from allegedslanderous re marks made against Allen by MrsToiitti 4 Woman Found Anna Kolp was found In a dying condition on the sidewalk in front of her home here suffering from a bullet Bhe was removed to a where she Her Henry has been arrested charged with the BUSINESS DIRECTORY GREENVILLE TAILORING A REAL TAILOR BISHOP Tailoring In all Us Alter Pressing and Clean Corner 224ft and Mercer ARPEAL BOY Trying to Interest Roosevelt to Send Homesick Invalid New 111 of pneumonia in Fordham hospital Meenle the elghteenyearoTd Eskimo was told his friends have appealed to Pres ident Roosevelt 10 have him seat back to his home on Smith North ern whence he five other Eskimos were brought to this city in 1898 by Robert the Arctic Chester In whose camp on Pelham Meenle lived during the says he also interested the Danish consul general in the claiming was born in Danish The Danish consul general is said to be making an investigation with a view to supporting Beecrofts appeal to President The doctors say that unless the lad is given definite assurance that he will be taken home he will probably as his recovery is hampered by homesick Meeules father Ah Nooktah Ahwetah and Wee the other Eskimos who were brought this city by Peary in have all kyaks or boats of furs and their weapons are preserved In the American Museum of The skeleton At boye father Is also in the BORING FOR WATER RESTAURANT SMITHS CAFE Beat Things to Bat served In the best is making a reputation for Try us If not a Ttic GUlcspie The to eat is at SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Sollcltfl transient and local wellcooked moderate MEAT MARKET Plum corner Brie alms to furnish the finest quality of MILK DEPOT When you buy your milk ot 21 North Mercer you get the best and WEBERS STUDIO CANAL All the latest styles in cards and folders tot 1908 the hew Royal Collieries in Pennsylvania Sink Artesian hour The sec ond of the new blast furnaces of the YpungstoWn Sheet and Tube company was blownin this This com pletes the Improvement at the Seaking to suppress crimes against women Judge Crlawell sentenced Fred who attacked and shot j a twelveyearold to eighteen years In the Ida who was divorced here In Jiily from William Brugler and re ai y and a man drive away in a The letter says that Ounness set Beaver Pa le flre to the house with a slow composing body of an unknown man after arxursbrtyflve years old was 8he was 8aturated wlth children tw cooperative glass works here by this Mr Worden sudd that he night Andrew by telephpne order to have him to nvS age a driver the died at Latrobe from injuries sustained when he was kicked from a coal car by a mule and squeezed the car and the mine Oil Shartle and Powers Klnistcr ot Crawford were butchering killing the animals with a when the gun was accidentally dis charged and Shartle was shot in tho His condition is for no other reason than that he had been left to mind a little sister whllo his mother went thus being deprived of participation a Juvenile football game Francis age committed suicide by Ten buck deer have been killed by hunters on the Caledonia reser vation this Many does have been The largest deer killedwas a shot by John Mln nlch of this Clarence age of killed a six pronged sit ting on Ills fathers knee the nine monthsold son of FArmstrong of Leechburg withdrew a stickpin Inches long and set with a ruby from bis fathers necktie and swallowed After twentyfour hours work the pin was recovered and the child is little worse for his testify ISBt soJifar he has falled find Walter Halres of Chicago 1 on the stand today to the finding of strychnine and in the Andrew Hel i Gunness and two of the Gunrieas From present Indlw Vj cations tlie case will go to the Jury by HURLS BOMB 26 Bombthrower Again Eludes Eager mysterious1 bombthrower who or two years haa eluded and puzzled tho Chicago threw a bomb oh the root of a ing John M looii in West Madsoc street Al though no one was part of the roof was torn were broken and the report was or blocks People In adjoining including fifty women In aJ charitablei institution rtuhed faatlc ally to the i This is the twentyrslxtljbomib the culprit has hurled at alleged bltag As has been bis the bombthfower called up a newapa v offlce to public the fact o j the explosion you beard that Gazzalos place has been blown upf be The place Is a wreck and I just saw ambulances going then hurriedly rang Policeman Kills freight engineers employed on the to dlspeise a crowd ot Pittsburg division of the Pennsylvania who were put bacK as fire Mahanoy men wlien he busine8e 8iump Philadelphia and Reading Coal have been given their old places on Iron company has nine artesian well rlght Blde of tne A orews boring tor water to supply its companding UUmber of firemen who oolllerler in various parts of tho Schuylklll Several ot the indi vidual companies are also boring At near one of these suspended have been At tracted by a dog that had barked four borings has struck water a depth hours over the dead body ot its master of eightyfour having a daily flow several men found Clemence of over The Lehigh Valley Cool company has hegun to haul water from White a distance of thirty to keep the packer collieries in the Shen andoah district In Many communities hereabouts have insuffi cient water for domestic Steamboat Explosion New persons are dead and twice as many injured as a result of an explosion on board the Mississippi1 river Carter near Bayou about 100 north of New The boiler of the Carter exploded while the steam er was on its way from New Orleans to Baton age of dead behind a stump In a Biggie evi dently was standing on the stump when e shotgun with which he had been hunting slipped and was dis The two loads tore off hU left side from hip to ner loungers a policeman was at tacked by crowd and he shot and Instantly Killed John Navy Yard Gets the Nov the bldj tor the building of the machinery of the battleship Ploiida have jected by Assistant Secretary New berry of the navy and the will be built by the government IT She Brooklyn iiayy O W4 her cattle owned by Frunk Mil ler ot JSllsworth wljh have been sever vl more Will bedisposed of by oidei of board of 4 jV No Constitution for shah The old rellableVwotto is NotI of Persia has definitely decided that shall not WOULD YOU INVEST TO MAKE The itock of Crown of hM ihowo inel Klnca last March from lOc to fe60 per The Company wound 29 bed of Ken Lake and work on same with the result that thty ban Of the ir Bonsational eliipmento on Qther TM eountra a irrowltut wild over eeoaational the Cheapest prices best goods at ilia lowest Wftrket Qor The atock of Crown of tiM vftncln ulnca last March from lOc to fe60 per The Company wound 28 of I bvdof Kerr Lake work on Bame with the result f their sensational shipments on Other Cot countrj a mowing wild over eenaational Cobalt la anow atock just cornine The propertr Lake Beforence to a Cobalt map will abow i on the wost and south the and axuuatt Bay now I Altnoat within a throw of the proporty are the Mlpiuli ConlagM celling a aod Trethewoy that this property la located aOjolnlnB the very properties iu Cobalt of Cobalt ia President oltlw Compuny and the President of the Now York change U Vice President iphe utoek is llatad on the Pittshure Q tUeNewYorkCurbwltBliiafow daya and by rapM L map on you will Rid a proposition that will surprise caa Boon you I Phone or win yovir Stock I 15c wUl double In value within 80 day i us your orders In this as well as ta any pthftjr Woavejwft LOUIS DUNKER   

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