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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                GARYEXPLMNS STEEL MEETING 601 HAM OWES A BILLION pflceVtp restrict output or to dWde But the fault lies In the unjustified assumption ot As I understand It Is not Improper for competitors to meet and at which without reserve furnish full Informa cent of taxable real es tlon and express oplnloni concerning u comptroller Meti la a state Vf Kttlmate of Expert New the business affairs of provided committee now they are not acting under an agreef taig city s finances de eipress or ImpUed It Is not remainin tW ttMHilHW oawMuiArax 10 At Pinner ef Steel Manufacturers Head of Meet Corporation Admits aratlva to International in Sense and That It Hae Resulted In iwwflt to the even though any or all may he Influenced regarding any nor even though the result nay foe to and unrea sonable changes In Disclaims Wrong It Is common practice tbe world orer to frequently nwwt their ates and competitors arid dls etas conditions and Interchange rlewi respecting proper reasonable conduct of all It Is not nec essary to go Into The sugges tlon covers bank N tains Propriety of Action and n Poltoy Will te Abandoned onjtlon profeislonar peoive further borrowing Is only Edgar a former deputy who was called as an ex said he believed New Tqrkt indebtedness wan He added that contract liabilities wouWv tortng Hup to a billion MORGAN TEUS HOW HE OWNED RICHES CONVINCE TAFT Of SINCERITY Hoesi infers Reassure the i PraslfeirtElect re ISSUES nwnuraKiiT and alt It Incudes In connection with the movement under consideration Authoritative New Iron and steel manufacturers gathered the WaldorfAstoria t a dinner given by cUairman oj tiia expressor We have Steel Gary was neyer Intended nor resorted to any eva He took occasion to and the publc his rgen accuratej make an explanat ou of the purpose of 1jy informetl conceininp our have had no agreement of tfers of Hist rumm tlco ml frftni rity conversation with them and the dis cussion which followed as to the exam ination which thej are now conduct Ing and expect to conduct I have every reason to be confident that they are keenly aUve to the obligation I which is on them ai representatives elected to represent the Republican to prepare an honest and thor ough revision of the present tariff that they have taken three times as much evidence as hasever been taken In the preparation of other and that tney are going to make additional efforts andindependent efforts to get at the evidence themselves by the use subpena and under with a view Declares He Has tvsry Reason to Be to reachlnK lhe Difference In the cost lleve That Are Keenly Alive to ff the brought within the tariff here and Ways and Means Committee For Plans For iKhaustive Hearings on the Different teliedules Have Been Anxious For Harmony I found them quite anxious for as much harmony as In which V sympathised with them and prepared for consultation on points of difficulty arise at any time In the William future Tne pian is to prepare a bill on says It la his gucll evidenre ns they have and will Carefu Hurled From Rolls Upon Cushion the j of the North Coast Untied at McKen twenty miles east of Is con sidered one of the luckiest In the an nals of Going fifty miles an hour and carrying more than 200 the train struck a broken turned over and went down a tenfoot embankment without killing a number of persons were badly The engine got over but the tender went off the track and was fol lowed by the baggage car and mall A coupling broke and the three day two sleepers and the ob servation car whirled down an em bankment Into a deep snow The hardpacked snow saved train from Eight babies on the train were not even The derailment extinguished the lights on the In the darkness BY CROMWELL Declares fanamt Ctini I belief that the houso nfrve course of the and Ihe which he said was to J we rvBVl this snb conslder a propel methoil of contrib ject wjth the that If we our thought and Influence to aid gfrall convncert are wrong In the effort to pievent disaster to iho j our ov have an business interests of this Judge Gary said that possibly the influence of their acton hadextended In some measure to other countries and he spoke this connection of to him last September by the Iron and Steel institute of Great Here Judge Gary made the state tagohIzed public or if plaint Is made bv pnvone make we will discontinue our ef forts to whatever Injury may As to the results of efforts to cooperate there 1 no reason able doubt they have been of great The prices of the dffereit will go t MorgaiL In a circle of tlves will make tn honest and to call additional evidence as to revision Ot the tariff at the the items whenever it should seem from conversa tion with with the 11 man who Is ough fhe future of tuis couutry extra which he is to for tUe that purpose upjk his inauguration as friends and business associates at the This Chicago pointed to this senti given to him years agb by his as the basis of his business ca reer and the secret of his unfailing optimism In spite of panics and re The elder Morgans advice it io given when father and son were on their way to quite convinced that they are In Rood faith Rolne to prepare a bill which Shall be a thorough revjslon on the the passengers crawled out into the snow In all kinds of but soon re turned to the cars and finished dress The property loss to the com pany is estimated LOCAL OPTION DEBATE Pennsylvania Grangers Are Discussing That Question BtatP grange convention is today considering j the report of the apecial committee iiSUsslon ment explaining the of the nanuracturers have not been He said and the prices of each have fluctuated as to follow my own bent business whatever that he bases on conferences with Speaker Joseph Cannon and the Republican members the of the platf0rm of the ways and meas committee of the house of Taft saidtoe had not as ygt conj Philippine and I am very suited of the senate ou j hopeflll that there will he no difficulty at the same i tl reachlnRan aRreement between the time the tremendous pressure upon I pcople Interested In them Ington as the When the ana those representing the tmsar gestion that the tobacco that there The opln Ion is expressed that the upshot of th discussion will be the presentation of a compromise resolution making plain the attitude of the state grange and Hlljao ULUI I i caiivc work One thing tie said 1 have something to and the matter il I but at the 8Mne lead in the The movement has been simply I more or less from time to Some on the part of those interested manufacturers have not been 001 In the Iron and steel Industry to estab1 of the Interests of llsh a basis of friendly association and I they ought to have Terw Intercourse which te calculated to en qf have been Influenced by able each to obtain full knowledge Uf But I do not conceralng the of all the others to My our movement has prevented the twneuolal results which natuj wide and sudden destine rally follow such other ttve and failure to for tlhe benefit ot to manufacturers and tho individual action of each so that reduction of and idleness on the determine his course part of the sll of ex cept for oar wonid haye been Youthful Robber age was sentenced to one year In the New WJ WUI iv i uuvi n n i shall always remember not to dts flo with the tatlttblll the house may be count the future of He said un my that any man who is a bear on thexfuture of this country will go when things a t In the new tariff There may be times dark and cloudy in paiwea with noun without nn nty In tils that there alo gOTnebne else who would have to do wltb the the medium of Largest Pay This Penn resolution that was debated referred to the election of a United States Chaplain Johnston of Susquehanna who everyone may with full Information of all the Some Have That and perhaps of the leading thinkers and writers have misunderstood our action Is Some at least have questioned the pro some to distrust and others to think there Is too much j building of railroads and too much de elopment In other In such Isjes aud at all times remember that tiie great growth of that vast country will take care of MEI6HBORS JN ttfif Father and Son Held on Charges of Bank cw tl i Uoved these efforts would be of no subi BreaKluB 1UIU etantlal I tWnk I represent the views of all present in saying we have never doubted the propriety or le gality of our action our motives were We have nev er intended to antagonize the laws of the country or the rights and Interests of We have occasionally read pub lished criticisms of our movement on the ground that there was a combina express or Longest Telegraph Wire An Indian the River Klst 600 feet has the longest ot telegraph wire in Seaweed as abater Seaweed may be planted In th Scfinylklll river In Pennsylvania as a experiment to attempt to filter tho water which Is used for drinking pur poses in Tirftli determined even to the exerctae of the Veto power to pros Judge Tatt dictated a M ner and his Ahram of occupy adjoining cells the Franklin county They are held to answer Indictments charging complicity In misappropriating the funds ot the defunct First Nationa bank of whose preslden and cashier also are The Kapner taken Int custody when he stepped off a train from Cleveland He was unabl to furnish bond tor himself o for Ms arrested five days avlvanla Railroad companys pay dls introduced the speaking In y is the largest its favor that it was hostile to Senator Penrose and favorable to the candidacy of John William Creasy of Columbia county was elected worthy master by Former Oerteral Counsel of ama Canal Company So Far as He No American Has Received Cent of t Psld by United Statea For Charles Taft and Douglas eon Brought In For Political He New who was general counsellor A the New Panama Canal companx the time of the sale of its property to t the United States has sued aj statement denying the chargea that an American promoted the deal and obtained a Urge shire of e paid for the The statement says In part We may expect during a heated pp Htloal contest all kinds of stories which are not worthy of but this one I wish to denounce In etrongest terras as a lying fabrication without a shadow of truth in Neither I nor anyone allied with either directly or at any time or In any place in America ever dealt In or ever made a penny of profit out of any 77 bonds or other securities ot either the old Panama Canal company or the New Panama Canal or ever received for the same a singled dollar of the forty millions paid by United I make this the mostv sweeping statement that language caft this INSURANCE Old Line Certain Strong Good or of or or or Cut Rate Uncertain Weak Dangerous Cheap which hlfJBterview with the Hepublican members of the committee ot Representatives JcCall otMassachttsetU and Crum packer ot With the raft recent satisfactory Inter view at MotSprlngBi Speakershlp Hot After he had nnlshed his he was asked thewilwitahce of the in terview he had with the His reply was that Cannon bad said that he was In an honest and thorough the tariff in ac cord with the Tgrfcr question of the iptsakerahlptjf the nex was not dis but many other matters ot leg islation of which he preferred not to give details at this He added that he had been somewhat mis led regarding his interpretation of the attitude of the speaker by the press reports of Cannons speech In No vember before chamber of official report of that he had given him an entirely different Tafts covering both his Interview with Cannon and that With the Republicans on the ways and means committee follows I had an Interview with Can non and with his concurrence at POISON IN COMMUNION CUP Youngttown Priests Life Is by a majority of Narrow Is be1 Ohio Grangers Want ed amid a storm of applause at the re union of the Ohio state CANNON OPPOSES ISSUE OF BONDS Hevefl that an was were adopt son the Ixmls Lops of HOCi chuss Catholic church last During the afternoon the priest hov1 sred between life and It Is thought strychnine was placed1 In his communion News of the alleged attack was withheld by the church A chemical analysis Is helng The priest says defamatory letters have been sent to his parishioners lately from out of Ohio Bill first for mal at this session of con to Issue honds for the construc tion of great waterway improvements was made by Representative Acheson j Cuts Bloom Ow Mms and Haibots Cwpess mention ofthe names Charles Taft and Douglas Rob incon is another evidence that this a fake No member of tt family or Douglas Robinso had the remotest connection with Pan ama canal or and I never saw on this subject hetore the United States acquired tne Inever Robinson in my names of Caesar and Napoleon might as well have been for lfcould The whole story ot Americans or some American syndicate buying up Panama canal securities low price or at any price and then turning them In upon liquidation at a profit Is a fic tion and a The money of the United States went to Fraifte and was distributed to the hundreds ot thousands of none ot and Plttsburg to Cairo He proposed that perchance It worth of bonds be Issued not believe it Is posslblethe rivers for this Christmas Gift For sudden rise out of the Great Kanawha and in i TTrmer Ohio rivers caused a rise the suggestion of theways which will make a packet stage from here to tAUlsville for the first time In many j LURIESl Dies After Sleeping a After sen asleep exactly one week I Peter a farmer living before and harbors committee should report a bill providing that there should be an Issue for the next ten years to meet the proposed Improvements bonds In the amount of 1 would not vote for The pronouncement of Speaker Can non cast a gloom over as the advocates of the bond issue had strong hopes of favorable consld i eratlon of their Can I nons attitude Is at variance with that held by Vice President An drew Carnegie and others as expressed the rivers and harbors con who Take your choice bill tide Is oftlmes the most expensive handles fire Is sooner or later sure to be burnt Why do you pay per month rent when you can get just as big a house I Why do you wear a Suit of clothes when you ran get one with just as much cloth In it for YOU DO THESE THINGS BECAUSE THERE 18 SOMETHING TO CONSIDER BESIDES FIRST Be on The Safe Insurance That Insured spieui flfe I CtBipUtt UM Of HOLIDAY aOODS eoniliHiw tf Snappy Neckwear in single Mufflers insingle boxes in single 1 Suit Hand Fancy Complete line of We extend an Invitation to all to eome and Inspect our LURIES successors to Benninghoft 177KUOII la Halns WTirfiTot a conference be tween Claudia wife of Cap tain Peter and her counsel i Fred It was decided that Mrs Hains should not attend the trial in New York of her husband on charge of having murdered William The speaker declared that he would vote for appropriations by the rivers and harbors committee un der the leadership ot Representative he has done more service and better service along water way Improvements than any other man Has ACL OUT OF Any Greenville Person Never Felt That Way Feel all out of sorts Nervous Back feel lame and achy Thats the story of sick kidney Bad circulating about Uric acid poisoning the Just one feel right Cure the sluggish kidneys Do It with Doans Kidney pills Doans have cured many Greeen ville Heres one case In In explanation ot his opposition to the bond Issue scheme Cannon said It was because such legislation would beget that Wnd of a comblna LIBEL SUITS LIKELY President Says He Will Endeavor to Have Editors they can be reached for criminal libel I shall ry to have them said Presi dent Roosevelt In speaking about those Americans who have been guilty of Infamous falsehood concern ing the acquisition of the property and the construction of the Panama canal It was to the committee of one hun dred of the Deep Wa terways headed by Gov ernor Deneen of that he made this Governor Deneen had presented res olutions adopted the association the president replied as follows No more important service oonld be rendered to this country than the building ofthe Panama and one thing 1 am proud of in connection with the building of that canal is that there has not been legitimate came for the breath of scandal connected with any feature ot the We have cause to be ashamed of only one set of Americans In tho building of the canal and that K of those Americana who hare guilty of Infamous falsehood acquisition ot the property and tlon that would put great quantities of construction of ttie illadvised projects upon the country and that there would be a serious ac counting therefor later CASTRO LANDS IN FRANCE French Government Adopts Concilia tory Attitude Toward president was al lowed to tend on French soil whenLhe arrived at thirty miles from ou the steamship Guade After a conference with a rep resentative of the French government 39 North Mer president oastro came ashore and pro cer says I to Bordeaux in a special cajv suffered with a dull pain in the small u waa believed to be the intention of my back for some months before o govenmient io exact an apology I realized that my were dls rrom president Castro before permit I of I also had chills and was to severe My had been cured of an kidney disease by the use of to but apparently a com received by the ment from tater at who albo was they can bo reached for I shall try to have them ABE Jury Finds Former Frisco BosaOullty of San former political bossot San Fran has been convicted ot The verdict was returned after tUe Jury had been out twentyfour At one end of the counsel tahle eat Francis who appeared In the courtroom for tho first tiBW since the day he was The court set tomorrow as the for pronouncing Ruefa victlou renders him liable to a maxi mum penalty of fourteen yean ia o Doana Kidney so I decided to ger on Guade to Jto C8stro a was try them and procured drug necessary for me to use half the contents ot the box la accordance it Al only and tne iaterview the two the governments representa pra8Went at with the directions to be tobring about a change In I I now have no trouble with back and the and I chills are a thing of the I con sider Doans Kidney Pills a moat liable remedy and worthy ot much For sale hjr tbe 60 Buffaloc Killed on Snowshoe train of thirteen freight cars was derailed on Snoiiwhoe branch of the Pennnyl ailroad on the big fill age waa croaked under his engine REWARD OFFERED Bandits Said to HaveObtained From Mall ot in which tho Great company and the United eminent share equal responsfbUHJU i offered for the arrest and oongJBtf the three bandits who wp Northern passenger 4 j The bandits robbed only tered mall sacks from For Unlve MlaaeapoUs   

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