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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: November 25, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                PRICE SCENTS PBft MOB EXECUTES tHREE NEGROES The greatest asset you have is After Farcical Trial Beiore Ten your You cant afford to give It Is a vital necessity that you have your nervous and muscular system in perfect order to withstand the constant Wear and tear of your daily The finest tissue builder and strength creator Is a Cod Liver prepa ration that has the nauseat ing oil the valuable medicinal properties being combined with peptonate of Its use will keep you in health and mm Justice SOLDIERS ARRIVE TOO LATE C6nter of Night Riding In Scene of Triple Lynch ing Whjeh Governor Patterson Tries In of Trial Gone Through In Justices Court as Concession to Those Who Opposed the Summary Punishment Demand ed byMobv DfeBILITY a weakened eon dltton due to imperfect d0es lack ol nntrtUon or over Vlnol strengthens the digestive creates a healthy appetite and makes Yon lose that la and run down feeling whan yon take H r NERVOUSNESS to complaint that can he read ily overcome by nalno It broken down nerve ttMucand builds strong that enable yon to with stand toe worries and annoy ances unavoidable In BRAIN FAG wont attack you U yon repair usedup nerve lorce with Vlnol puts strength Into your system given yon vitality and nourishes your brain and body and keeps yon In a perfect state ol quickly reestablishes strength alter any severe DYSPEPSIA f Is due to derangement of the digestive and their In ability to assimilate nourish Vlnol strengthens the overtaxed and weakened dl gesllve nerves and helps your stomach do Its VINOL QUICKLY CURES A COLD AND STOPS A COUGH tnbl YOUK MONEY BACK IF VTOOL FAILS TO HELP YOU Greenville And at the Leading Drug Store In every Town and City In thli Union Tip bordering on Reelfoot which recently has been the scene of stirring witnessed tte lynching or three negroes who were arrested for murdering Dep uty Sheriff Richard Burruss anl I wounding John a deputy The execution of the negroes was fiven a of legality by a lurried trial arranged with the un derstanding that the men would ba condemned to death jvs soon afl thev trial was The negroes were Edward and James These brotheiB createdn disturbance at a re igious meeting near When BUITUBS Hall attempted to arrest them negroes shot the officers and The negroes were captured in a swamp near The news rf the capture spread rap and in addition to the several hun dred captora men began arriving by every Soon the jail was sur rounded by a mob which had no hesi tancy In threatening a lynching In broad One of the flrst citizens to mount thesteps of the jail and to the mob to desist was IK a who recalled the reqent night rider outrages which disgraced the re He begged his hearers to let the law take its promising that full justice would be done three black This a long growl of disapproval and seeing that his remarks were of no pleaded with the men to wait till Taylor a brother wound ed deputy said that a postpone ment of thevlyhchlng until be satisfactory to how Unltl ij Harvey at the ae or alghtytfro twentyfour her band had passed B I Roherts of died here from a attack of heart was fortyfour years old and umnftrJ s Mary a colored girl of re siding at out of work and setfire to the She was rescued with shot by Levl Stever the two were hunting hafl to hftye right eye as the result of a shot that penetrated the Is an alarming epidemicamong hogs In this Vleinity and local inen believe the dis ease is diphtheria An Investigation is being made by the health authorities McNa mara of HocklMR valley re celivedwhat mayi prove fatal Injuries In an accident in the slj chil dren ill from scarlet the August pastor of Geman Evan gelical is in quarantine aud for two Sundays has been unable to fill Chatid age a wealtfiy retired farmerOf Sharon coun placed revolver in his mouth and closing his killing him self Stuart has signed the commiitatlon of the JaraesJStrall of convicted of murdering a man it 10 had made trou STEEL SCHEME TAKENJP TODAY Manuf adorers Wai I Reprcsenietl aftail INDEPENDENTS OUT IN FORGE Houie Wayt and Holding Hearings Preparatory to Revision of the Take Up Steel Schedule at Todays Session and Are Confronted by Imposing Army of Manufacturers Represent ativesWho Desire to Be Heard on the Preparatory to the hearings the question of iron and steel revision which began today before the house ways and meaHB committee an informal confer ence was held of those reiresentativeB of steel and iroil companies who are here to appear before the No plans have been mode to advo cate either a reduction or an Incresue of the tariff pertains to steel said Felton of Har president of the Pennsyl vania Steel We have come STRIKE LOSSES MADE UP Witness Says Related Railroads Jmbursed Anthracite the hear ing In the suit by this government to dissolve the alleged anthracite trust secretary of the Temple Iron was the principal wit 1 Under crossexamination by James special government attor It was developed that during tho last two strikes in the anthracite re gions of Pennsylvania the Phlladel phia and Reading Railroad j Lehlgh Valley Railroad the Erie andthe New Susquehatma and Western railroad contributed to the Temple Iron company to make up a threa years deficit and that the company never reimbursed the H was also brought out that the Temple Iron though earning Maintained Its 6 Per cent dividends through this STANDARD KEEPS OIL TEN YEARS Has Barrels Stored Awaiting a Demand ARGHBOLD CONTINUES STORY e NAMES INAUGURAL CHAIRMAN Information under the was restless and it was apparenl PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Womens Fine Suits Proper correctly at prices to suit Our stock still complete and should beJromedi ately OUR EXHIBIT OF FUR GOATS for this week is especially at its best and priced as reasonable as any on the Coats and in fact everything in outer 708 State Street will have 2Zoent gas beginning 3 Un less itte higher courts hand down a time giving the Hast Ohio Gas the right to withdraw from the HonraSteadj es caped turkey of great sizeflew against a plate glass 12xC tering the glass end causing a loss of The fclrd was recaptured and hearing j I i the famousguide of i the Gettysburg under1 gone an operation at flarrisburg The operation was success ful and hewill prpbatily result Astounding Magnitude of the Opera tions of the Standard Oil Company Is Revealed In the Testimony of Vice Rockefeller eludes His Testimony Bonds a Form of Into Which He Putt Much of His New vice president of the Standafd Edward Stellwagen of Washington QU companyi loJay proved a mine ol Is Choice of the an nouncement by Chalrman Hitchcock of the Republican national committee of the appointment ot Edward Stell wagen of this city us chairman of the Inaugural the first step taken In the work of preparing for the Inauguration of Taft atid Sherman as president and vice president on March Stellwagen accepted the commission and will en ter at once upon the duties Ms of which carries no emoluments but Involves a great deal ot hard work anil Stellwagen has long been prom Incnvtly Identified with some of the largest financial enter prises of Washington and Is a iman of executive Chairman Waste and Means Committee tp lay before the committee the of a fire at the newly Hotelvarious acts of we areln pps f 20 aticular va Asa last resort and Sheriff went Justice Davis and explained Jus tiee Davis at once agreed to open court at 5 summon a jury and allow the after all avail able evidence was to be duly sentenced to Meantime Governor Patterson wai advised by telephone of the situation and he ordered a company of militia to proceed from Union City with al haste to seize the three negroes and conduct them to place oj Ths started at once but failed to arrive In time to prevent the At the trial all of the evidence ot tffose who had seen the killing was heardand in an incredibly short time tbo case was given to the which in a few minutes returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the pen alty at The sentence had barely been passed on the three negroes when the with a whoop and a swarmed into the seized the prison rushed therm to a large tape near the edge of town and the eentence of death by hanging firing volley after volley into the air as the were drawn up from the Monroe to the extejjfcof 20 the firemen were carried from the having been by under takers hanrlng refused to bury the body of Renal a strikebreaking motorman on theChester Traction companys who diedin the Ches ter hospital as the result of Injuries received along the Media the remains will be buviejl by a Philadel phia of the Pennsylvania railroad sent to de molish a railing wall alleged to pro ject two inches on the right of battled for two houra with owner of the and finally desert ed when Dale placed a can glycerin on the wall and Invited them to pull The dispute will now go to BON FIGHTING FORHISCHIIDREN In Court Today to Ask for Their Custody WEATHER slightly colder Wednesday colder by and Western Pennsylvania Partly cloudy and colder an with strong southvsest winds rain or snow BUSTER BROWN 99 at the OPBRAHQUSB Q N I GMT de Cas former husband of the Princess Helie de who was Mlsp Anna Gould of New renewed in court today his etforts to regain possession of his three parted from him by Judicial order when his wife obtained a divorce from In his petition Count de Caatellane avers that Prince de who is his is not a fit person to charge of the young He declares they are in great peril of physical and moral deterioration while in dally contact with the present husband of lis former wife despite He asks that the custody of the boys be awarded to The boys about whom the legal fight is being waged are Boniface de Oastel born In 1897 George de Castel born In and Jay de Caste born in As heirs to whaj is left of their mothers share of the Jay Gould millions they will be very In court today an attorney was pres ent to observe the cqurse of the pro ceedings for George Gould of New brother of the Princess de Sagaa and head of the Gould EPIDEMIC CHECKED Pearson Says Aphthous Fever Was Caught In foot and mouth disease ampjig cattle is not sweeping over the state the outbreak was caught too ewly fov sfild Lepaard i8tate Peajeon said dleoaee has been found thirteen counties of tho and that all to So tor 324 and 340 killed in tho regarding the particular va products with whUsh we We will leave it to the commit tee after having all the facts in Its possession to decide whether the tariff heeds to be Our purpose Is not to advise the committee on that Felton refused to discusa drew Carnegea article in the Cen stating that he would not say until he had read the article as a as he might have an en tirely different view of the matter after having seen all of Carnegies ar gument in favor of tariff removal on Felton will address the committee on the subject of steel Numerous Independents Present also at the conference were Willis King of vice presi dent ot the Laughilns com who will speak before the com mittee on steel plates and bars James Butler of Youngstown the Briar Hill Furnace com who will speak on pig metal scrap and ferro alloys John Top chairman of the Republic Iron and Steel wh will speak on slab and sheet bars James Campbel president ot the Youngstown Shee and Tube who will speak 01 pipe and tubular products H president ofthe Plttsburg Stee who will speak on hoops an cotton atid James presiden of the American Iron and Steel Manu factuirlng company of Pa who ivlll speak on Iron will appear but wh have not yet arrived and thfc topic on which they will speak are S Wither bee of Sherman New who will speak fo eastern ore producers William G Mather ot Mather who will speak for the Iron ore pro ducers Edward president of the Central Iron and Steel steel plates Isaac president of the LaBelle iron steel sheet j Charles president of the John Roeblihg Sons wire and wire products Wil liam chairman of the Crucible Steel crucible and Wil llaim Ward of Durdsall Ward Port bolts and Tafts Take Cottage at Hot Taft taken the TenIt ottage for occu ancy the of The cot age Is adjacent tp the Bon Air Kere Tatt family will SHEATZ REFUSES TO DENY REPORT That Ht Has greed to Be Can torSenator rer John Sheatz has refused to affirm or deny the Butler1 that he had written to Representative elect McJunkln agreeing to be a candi date for United Spates All he would say was that when asked to run that it come as a great He to make urther Says Sheatz Has Agreedto The Gazette Times says Captain Ira Mc one of the representatives elect from Butler has an nounced that movement Is under way to reelection of United States SenatoV Boies Penroseand State Treasurer John Mc Junkln says that Sheatz has agreed to become the candidate of the rose members of the McJunkln gives no figures on the number of legislators enlisted in the antlPenrofee He gays there have several consultations since the The last was held at State college aweek agq on the occa sion of the annual visit of the mem He says atthis conference Sheatz was selected as the best man to oppose McJunkln personally consulted with Sheatz and says that he secured McJunkln says there are some factors in state politics with the movement now accred ited to the Penrose tlon of the companys counsel ing the early production ot crude oil and the development of the pipe line Archbold likely will be tni the witness stand for several He gave his answers in brisk manner andseeimed possessed or In finite details of the Standards busi ness from Its inception to the present l Archbold said the Standard found and was now finding much com petition This affected the price paid for crude It WBB the policy of the he to talte cafe ot all the crude oil Crude oil was stored in tanks holding v on an average Archbold said that there was now stored In tanks barrels ot oil waiting for Why has that been stored Because the production has been i ahead of the v And in spite of that the Standard has kept on buying All this enters Into the price paid for crude that is How long may this oil bo held1 Altogether it IB improbable that this oil now being taken outof the midcontinent field will be Closing his testimony John v eteller threw some uiuSxproted on the question of into what ohannela of Investment doua earnings in the oil Rockefeller was lowth to 1 names of the railroads in which his In vestments were but did ip after entering his The Jieaipf socalled oil declared that holdings fn railroads consisted chiefly In bonds and with the exception of afew roads In whch he held only email amounts of he preferred tihe bonds as a form of Rockefeller appeal ed t greatly do lighted that hi5 long ordeal as orer and hurriedly left the qounpal ecased him that he dd iSot think that he should le made to tell the form of his daetan Ing that the gentler MI over there n the stock exchange might not think It Iery sone lesal conti lion by Hocketeler he stock in the wanna and the Now Ywk Central the the ern the Missouri the Texas Pacltflc and the Colorado He owned no shares n either the Union or the Southern Rockefeller said he op the keening oT millions ot dol lars 6t surplus by the Street Fightlflg at Nanking a mutiny on the part of the Chinese troopa broke out 19 IB There has been fighting in the streets of the city and a portion of the foreign residents here have taken on board a Michigan a con ference of Secretury of Agriculture Wilson and Chief llelvln of the bureau j of animal industry with state officials a quarantine has lieen ordered against j Michigan cattle si jullar to Uie one en orced in Pennsyl mnla and New One hundred cases of foot and mouth disease have been in this x Four Cargoes of Cattle board of ag riculture has ordered the slaughter without delay of the cattle on boarrt the foujr steamers that have arrived in England since tte board issued its or der the Importation ot tie from New York and PonneylviMUa on account ot the loot and mouth dla me these The animals that Ofune in by theite vesssls verg 0 bo free ol W W K Powder Absolutely PURE pe CreanLof Tartar Safeguards l acidjlwhich   

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