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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                4K J PRICE 2CENTS PER f You may not fully approve of CREMATION But you ahbuld keep up to the A postal x with your name and Will bring latest information MTTHBUttOH 43d ftlxth Visitors WeloomS rtpVANGlEAVE FOR EVIDENCE Gndirman Payne Repliis to Man ujaclyrers Ciiticlsms SONS OF VULCAN FILE PROTEST WOULD YOU INVEST TO MAKE MOM lut Mtnh from lOe to per The Company wcand aena of the tMd ofKaw with rwnlt that thw of MnwUotwl Other Compuihs The conn try to growing 41 isnt ot on the iw U now Mock ust omatat piupBity oomlitt of RtfenaM to a Cobmlt mmp Wffl itiow that thtt property Mtttth the TmnlnkJmtite and Hudxm Bar now MUlmc tmOO pet B prspcrty the NlplMlmc M and Trethevrsy wlllht Ydd Wilt tlMwtybett propettwIn he Pittident of the New York Produce Ex VlcaPrwIdent ted on Curb addwill on New Yotk Curb within a few dun by rapid Write or for on Which you will find a propofcltioh that will lurprioe yon can torn you it Phona or win your Stock mlllnc now at 16e will double In wlue within 80 Glvt your order B ih this well In other and If yon want to pntcd wnd for OUT free market We rive best execution on all New York and Boitam H M wertern and Canadian IMttta yotuf to LOUIS DUNKER CO Machesney 223 Fourth Court 2021M SOME Hye Eat Some Eat to But Eat or Or live or Eat here and CITY If you fire well you will be dressed Try a HARVARD or FREEMANS Reliable Thie Best The i CUTGLASS We are sole agents for Libby and Cut Glass New Line Just Arrived THE FAIR FURS FURS We large stock of Furs in CoatsNeck pieces and also Skins for Orders remodeled and First class work and material t Furrier 9O8 State PA PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Womens Fine Suits Proper correctly at prices to Our stock is still complete and should be immedi ately OUR EXHIBIT OF FUR GOATS for this week is especially at its best priced as reasonable as any on Cpats and in fact everything in outer 1 to Ways and Meant ptnylnj the Right of Amalga mated OMftlata to Repreaent Organ ized Labor Before the Secretary Denies That Is In Employ of Says Removal of Tin Plate Duty Would Demoralize That are fully he bill reported from the bqnimlUee be judged by the peo not ih the light xor view of thijse wise prophets or critics who are Judg ing but in the light of what will be ltartied from the bill H self and an examination of the material before the hi these Sereno chair man of the house ways and means replied to the letter from Van president of the tional Association of criticizing ihe methods toeing pursued revising the Of if you have no Information at your dis posal Which the committee ih the formation of a bill I can stand your refusal to If you have such information cannot see you do not accept the Invitation has been extended to you and which is sdlll held to you should you your concluded Van Cleave In his tetter to ot the ways and means which wag in reply toan invitation to testify at the tariff hearings before the com Cleave We would rattier bear the illfl of th Ding iey tariff Jhaji to be a to atariff revlBipn made In the qid To appear befOTe ycr to for certain schedules would be to acquiesce in the superflcla and unbuslnessilke methods of Investigation against which We haye carefuliy Watched all ttie statements that havebeen made by you associates in recent and instead of convincing us of tho errors of our wiys aTe more ttian ever convinced that your present plans of on readjustment to be is absurd fatally Van Cleave sets forth his regarding an nonpartisan tariff claims that it Is Impossible for the ways and means committee in the limited tinie at its disposal to make an inquiry which can furnish no adequate basin for any such tariff as the country Labor Men Heard Representatives of labor appeared before the committee to advocate the maintenance of the duty on John an official of the Amalga mated Association of Steel and asked that the duty on tin plates be maintained and that the system of drawback on manufactures be The reduc tion the he said wouhl demor alize American As Williams was about to leave the stand Chairman Payne read a under the seal of tlje United Sons of Vulcan of protesting against WfiiUams appearing before the com mittee to represent the The letter gave as a reason the opposi tion to Williams the fact that he had advocated Bryans This led Williams to denounce the rival gut are you in the employ of man ufacturers asked Positively wafe the LEWIS HAS OPPOSITION 1 John Walker of Illinois candidate For Prealdent of Ihd for the of officers of the United are being Sent to the 4ocal from national headquarters in this They show these candidates for president the and John Walker of who la presi dent of district N6 12 of Can diddles for vice president Include John Me Cullough of Jtich Gil dea of Candidates for secretarytreasurer Include John Fahy of and George Hart I leln of In the list of candidates tor dele gates to the American Federation of seven be there ap pear among others the names of John former president of the Unit ed Snd tho former secretarytreasurer of the ganlzatlon and now a member of con i The various local unions of the or ganization will vote 8 and the bal lots will then be sent to this OPERATORS ASK CUT Miners of District 17 Meet to Consider Their t every ilocal In district United Allne is represented In the special convention called to consider the re quest of the operatons in the Kanawha Held to put on a basis with the nonunion mines which control twothirds of the output from thlsfleld and mine coal ut a less rate than the mines of the Kanawha Coat Operators President Davis eufbmltted the corre Bpondence tearing on the subject with out comment and the convention then completed its Brotherhood Building Plans Grand Chief Warren Stone of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers announces that the plans for the brotherhoods headquarters Building here have been A twelve story building will be erected In the downtown dis he would begin next The building will cost about MOTHER GOES TO MILK In Two Babies Left Alone Perish Their Burning The dwelling of Thomas near has His two age three years and nine were Meyeiis was away from home and Meyers left the alone when she went to milk On her return fire found the room a mass of It was impossible to gave the VERIBEST RUBBER YA thicker cpatlng1than any other Rubber Hoofing on the Noth in better regardless of Needs no GET QUB s i South r i W WOMAN PLAYWRIGHT SHODT HERSELF Mer totlfylnj Seieral Fdnls olHerlfllentlon New a pillow to muffle the reportof a Eleanor Merron a talented playwright and shot herself in the right temple in Jier apartment at the Regis The explosion ot the cartridge was but rendered unconsciousind is slowly CkJwper had written a number of to her another to the a third to an under talier and a fourth to John a In the letters she apprised these four persons of her intention to commit x At about the moment Cowper her finger to the trigger of revolver the letter addressed to Joton Hood was being glanced through tie first few grabbed his coat and hat and ran to the Regis He was breath less when he told the cderk of the let ter he had The clerk secured a pass key and hurried to the ropm of accompanied ty and a They fbiimS Cowper lying in bed with a pillow still over her head and the revolver clutched in her HITCHCOCK PLACED win Be of Taft Hot Novv Hitchcock has been offered and has ac cepted the position of postmaster gen eral in the Taft cabinet that is to As chairman of the Republican na tional committee Hltohcock be came more famillar than any other person with the political phase of ques tious likely to arise at the beginning pf the Taft and the knowledge he regarding the per sonnel of the party will be of great service to Taft throughout his Besides these the national chairman admittedly possesses acom prehensive as well us a technical knowledge of postal gained by a protracted experience as first assist ant and actingpostmaster STARTS WITH 13 VOTES Hamilton County Will Give That Num ber tp Charles Chairman Henry Williams of Republican Htate Committee retucued from a con ies ence with Charles Pt Taft aud George Cox In Cincinnati and said that the Hamilton couijty Kepublicaiu in legislature will be solid or Charles Taft for United States sen ator to succeed This inakea thirteen votes for Taft out of fourteen in his home the ono exception being a Democrat Extra Session In aoflouuceXthat will call the Ohio legialature in tp The hold caucus to decWe tjde they will support for Vjuiteft STUPEFIED BY Two Americans Were Murderel Dy Filipino Hill Man SEARCHERS FIND THEIR BONES AUo Obtain the 8t6ry of the Crime From the Who Had Served Them Suddenly Seized With jPaalre to Aid of f uyufl Tuyug Plant He Stupefies the Ex plorers Then Murders Them in Cold Beyond Reich of Expedition Sent In details of the murder by Filipino hill men of Everett of the government forestry service and Tilden school wero made public here by Bbenezer father of one of th slain The elder Wakely has re ceived reports completing the record ot crime and of the resulted in recovering the skeletons of the two Americans and three Fili pinos who accompanied Everett was engaged in forestry In vestigations In a sparsely settledand wild section Of the Island of Negroa and was accompanied Into the hills by who wished to spend hla va cation in the Thelp failure to re turn from whathad bean planned as a trip of only four days was followed by rumors the munders and Major Ahern and Lieutenant with thirtynine took the Despite false swollen almost Incessant deluges of tropical rain and short the party worked its way Into the heart of the wildi The trail led into a jungle of the Bayaual mountains ahamlet known aa Here botiiea of theive slain or rather their for the bones had beett picked clean by insects and the sunA raysof many part of a a a notebookand of coins established the identity From captured hill men it was learned that ihe murder probably ioc on May 11ami that the deisd wa apcomplished the I of Chief guise of became the guide of BlLLK8MUTHtH Condemned Sons Farewell Letter Ag gravates Her f mother of Herman who is under sentence of death at died at her home hero from heart dis ease and On Wednesday Blllek received a farewell letter from her Wtoile reading this she fell into a faint and wws only revived after several hours of unconsoiouBnea Since then her death had been ex pected at toy Several months ago Mra Blllek ar ranged with an undertaker to bury the of herself and son side by sida In a local Blllek Hears the under sentence of death on 11 for the murder of Mary received a telegram announcing the death In Cleveland of his Last Wednesday Blllek received a letter from his mother declaring her belief in his She said I am praying that 1 toay live to see the fesult of all my childs I am sending you all I can The letter was With n dozen your heartbroken Billek was deeply affected by tho news ofher Everett party and Just be felt like killing with the fumesof the tuyug ttiyug plant He and his fol lowers then felj upon their victims and Blew Major Aliern found that upon his ap proach most of hill among them who was reportedin the fastnesses of the Asthe rations had becomenear ly much of the rice having been spoiled by Major Ahern fol lowed no but gather ing tho sk3lelons sind such effects were returned toWs Wishes Friendahlp With But Can Also Be to the Yen Gazeta Baron von Aehren foreign In recent cojiverBation told the Turkish charge daffaires that Aus tria had done everything bOt to secure a conciliatory sot of the Austria wished to be friendis with he but could also be her Baron von said also that the request of Count the AustroHungarlan atebassador to Tur for leave of absence would be granted when It was seen that the ne gotiations were certain to Grave Crisis Gazeta is regarded as the Turkish grand viziers organ and its statement ap pears to confirm reports that a grave crisis exists between Austria and WILSDNPN THE TARIFF President of Princeton University Qlvaa Views In Address at a high protective tariff is BO longer a but works to the advantage of a privileged President Wood row Wilson of Princeton before a at the Valen tine said The large corporations of the na tion have gotten into the laW of pay ing to be let claiming they have not the time to devote to and saying We are too busy to both er with these things here is your money nowdont legislate From that habit they have grown into the more serious one of paying be helped every campaign they four Into the coffers of that party whtih ts most likely to foster a high protective tariff their expecting the flrst money to come back from that be There was time when tiny high protective tariff waa justified it was worth while to try the experi but wo have passed that There is any legitimate argut raent for protective tariff except fpr the benefit of the nation and not tor the benefit of a special It ia impossible to protect without a sense of privilege thes have fttlaat reached fte GREAT STOCK SHOW BEGINSTODAY InterDattelEihibitioii to Open InCWcago Beginning today and lasting two the Internation al Live Stock exposition held here will be the greatest event of the sort In the worlds according to competent tfrom all parts of the u4lt ed State and Canada and from Europe breeders of fine stock have sent their best specimens here to compete or val uable All the standard breeds of swine and horses are and in adtjitton there are exhibits of dressed stock dairyand wool The list of entries Is the largest ever Renown In the annual expositions Of the All recordshave been broken in the nominations in the horse and cattle Nominations in the various diylsioiiB are as follows 905 70S 258 to Although the stockmen assemibleu here for the exjiositfon are delighted with the large number of they expressed much over the determination qf the federal agri culture department to prohibit the ex hibit of cattle from Pennsylvania and New York owing to the prevalence of the foot ajid mouth disease in those MAY OBTAIN PERMITS Llveatock Quarantine Modified So That Stock May Be etate Uwstoclc sanitary board announces that permits for movement of and swine upon the bigh waysof the fourteen counties under quarantine the foot dis ease may be applicar at the state capital or tlie local offices of the board at West Chester or Reports are that Maryland has been quarantined and that an outbreak has been reported in These Incidents willnot affect the Pennsyl vanla So ar the quarantine counties In this state are Northum Chester and Del No cattle can be sent from them at all and none received except for Immediate Neither can they be moved within the coiunty with out FOUND DYING IN YARD Young Man Drinks Acid Near Home of Girl William Sherman eighteenyearold I son of Ldllian was found dying in John Lanes Ha soon Death was the result of a dose of carbolic apparently taken with suicidal The Lane family said the young mans action was e complete mystery to was a frtend of the fam they aftd had paying some attention to one of the daughters of the but the couple bad not File state ment of the Democratic state commit tee has been filed here by Treasurer The all from contributions by prominent party amounted to tfMl expenditures to the name Beuator State Ghsiraan George MVDIme Ung and Juuies Guffey were the chief Favor a Tariff New for the creation of u peruianent nflitional tariff comroisslou were adopt hy the Directors the Merchants asaociation of this iw N6w reported to he police of the station that WB wife had lost ft necklace of pearls cu Ac STATESMENLAY SPECTERDFWAR i japan and United States Reach Understanding STATUSPTOBEMAINTlllMffl Poaiesalona of Each In the Pacific Ocean to Be Mutually Ojoen Door to All Nations in Chlneke Empire to Be Maintained Provlj Made For Dealing With Any Unfo ten Incident That Might Caiiae Mlsimderitandlng Between Two Parties to the ofH clal Information from reli able sources has ibeen obtained of an agreement of imiortance between the United States and covering the policy of the two cbua tries In the v The agreement is based upon the v Idea of encouraging and defending free and peaceful commercial develop ment in the It contains not only a mutual guarantee to respect each otiiers territorial possessions but defines the attitude erf the two countries toward each to defend by every peaceful means Chinas independence and Integ rity and to give equal commercial op portufllty in the Chinese emphe to aty But more important the i in the event at complica tions threatening tjie status the United States and Japan to j suit each other with a view to acting The first article gives expressrton to f the wish of the two governmenW to encourage the free and peaceful s velapinent of their conxnerce in the Pa TJie second is a mutual er of an aggressive The third contadaa a statement of the flrm re ciprocal resolution of each government to aapect the territorial possessions in the Pacific of the fourth airticle the United Japan express their deternilnattoh In the common Interest ot all pow ersMn to support by all ful means at their disposal the Inde pendence and integrity of Ohina and the principle of equal commercial industrial opportunity lor air nations In The fifth article pledged two in of tfieioccurrence ofany event threatan the staitus quo as above ppincripieof equal opportunity aj above to communicate for the purpose of ar rlviiig at a mutual j Silver Collar Snogs i r Npr 25 an fiucton Sala at the Chicago Numismatic society eilver dollar of the date ot 1884 was v for Only five of Che coins are In existence so far as Jt Is A copper cent of the date of 1782 was sold for Two other cents of year 1S50 with a flying eagle one copper and the otfier sold for j Ship Goes Down With 100 The steamer carrying a large tor of laborers from Narvacaa to the rice vflelds in Pangoslnea struck a rock and sank during a storm off ihe town of San Union It is estimated that a dred of the passengars and crew were Trout Drleij to reports to the fisheries depart ment from the central pirt1 of the the as good tor have dried up so badly that is difficult to find any Ten New bodies at two workmen who lost their lives in the cavein 61 Goll several dpys following an explo sion of have been bodies have now been ExBanker Financier Reynolds Un able to Walk Munyona Rheumatic Remedy Made Him Well and writos I icfto porjoctly Uelploas with could not I could not unklos aud knees were terribly iwo Ion and I had not known t night tot mote than a I usod every nbla remedy with little or no to A friend Advised KHeu nmtiitm Romody and reluctantly I tried Drat bottiu relieved and I purcbated Before the second bottle been alt used I wua Bbsolutely and nerleitly I never fait better in iny me than I feel I always be but too happy to give a fuller account of what Munyouu WOD dorful Khounmtic Kcmedy did fur choorfully luvite any aufforer to visit pi corresuouu with ma upon the 1918 Arcb This testimonial was written nearly a year We wrote to Buynoldi on October aakiug how ho was getting This U his I want to euy tluit I huve not the slightest touch ot rheumatism for Hourly a rliinumitiBin cure eradicated every particle of rheumatism from uiy You liberty to use my name as reference any way you If you Iiave or swollen U you havo lame or still If you bare tiliuotliig poiua In the or any part dont full to toie Miujyon It uo salicylic nu no no coialno It is ueutralUtiii the urlu elUuluatija all yheumstlc poliviii fcgjn tho bottle often n oomplote bottle ioijny ttud it you not Uti with fl vS 7   

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