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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                r f Vt F VlJ 7 f PRICE 2CENT8 PER JM1 J f I J NEARLY ENDED jpuseo ed Stind Pdmit i i writing Restitution Six at the eight directors whose were signed to the copy of that resolution In the minute book were called and denied that they ever had heard of hav lngJbc6n adopted until after the bank The defense tried to make them Jjeen fmsVd at a meeting which they did and that mlieht their 1 in minute for all agreed that read MESSIAHS WORDS IN COURT OPINION Dwrt itws Decision on Prtu COO BEPENTS tut Fifth Vhfthn Mis Fanatlchm DtM In Kansas Lord either not with or was on a I my was I said 25IN5URUENTS hOLD MEM NEW TRIAL REFUSED a man better than a sheepr The rebuke of Christ to the Pharisees Had No were nnanlmOOK in at no meeting titft AccuMd of mA Ohio Railroad Company in a decl was by Justice Stafford of the dUtrict HUM A Jattea known as Adam It waa Bharp Who led his fol lowers tato a1 with the ponce which has alrWdy resulted in a By a stray to the last of the victims to It a penitent and humble prophet sits today In his he said to an rftPBURK OF IOWA PRESIDES ari After the Bank Had Been Closed other aupreme sustelninC a demurrer i Mhrred dojna P At torney Purmari forced Rinehart to ad of the Comptroller mlt was his sole authority and to say Stenographer OIVM Interesting Testimony Per Ml commonwealth that they tested in the of B cashier of the wrecked Farmers and Who is charged with fbrgeri In connertton with a transaction for thj iedlacounttag of a Blnehart was the star witncab and courtroom In which there was hot standing room heard him ghe tes timony and to a crossejam na Won that was as strenuous an exper as any man would want to 1111 After he had h s was called refute o his and then dragged on for three hours more tttttH the prosecution Ho latest one of Its greatest ly calling to the stand J F whoso note for was redlscoimleJ the help of the resolution of the board Of which the commonwealth was forged Tlltone Testimony There was a hush when he came to to witness stand almost pro MBBCed aa that when Rlnehart him wit He did not remain on tlM very his testl tttmr wu remarkably woa ke Mid WM all to the point and h clinched argument of the common wealth In Some particulars and made ridiculous the positive statements o the defendant on the witness the few positive statements Rtnehart that any authority spicMled In It was something never granted And It was this resolution which the tfie bank dld not nythlnr of any more than the he the man ut all such each menr that the stafc got the stcnog Miss Fdna Prjor to say she entered on the dictation f distinct from the nilnuteH jf the meeting of which It purported o be a wrote It on a page here was writing before and after It is there alao writing on the page Miss Pryor had been callefl she proved as good a witness for the as if ihe been one of Its Ohio PubHsht7 sentenced to Dec John A Tar publisher of Town a week y was sentenced by Federal Fudge Sater serve eight months In he Washington county Jail and to pay a fine of He was convicted of misusing the malls In sending out his apor containing uttaoks on local ell Rlnehart had said in the famous woo letter of June and also on th that the bank held some of Tl wool among that of a collateral for Its paper It sent out fo rediscount Tilton stated positive taat Rlnehart had not held any of hi woo in that His wool was bough Ofi Joint account With Stone Christ of who put up the mone He was shown the notn and asked if ever went through his account an my knowledge or coi Did Rlnehart get that fro dl by E injured in the service of to the com iany8 plea that he had bartered away ils right to damages by accepting re tef The court rules that the railroad cannot avoid Its liability to an em ploye under the employers liability arft y pleading that the employe contract ed entering employment that ie was to receive only certain dam ages in the event of injury As a rail road cannot secure Immunity by a clause in a bill of lading for livestock so Jt cannot kilt and malm employes withimmunity because it hospital up chiefly by the men whose lives are In Contracts of Indemnity Insurance and of relief according to the court are an attempt of employers to restrict their commonlaw Allen County Wet by M Dec 12 county voted wet by Eighty sa are in the Image Perpetuated In Los Im mense crowd gathered In thecourt house grounds here to witness un yelling of a statue of the late Stephen Maltory former United State senator from The statue I of brass snd stands upon a pedestal of H was erected through popu lar subscriptions aggregating right and thai It the bullets commenced U hit me then I had a I glad to ba back and want to for anything God ids temble terrible I had farm in Oklahoma and was doing well I telleved 1 waa he 1 have no my children Save left me ami Thtlr Aim to Combine With Dtm ocraU That Will Curtail of the Needed to Ef Reeitlt All Thoee Except One Whojs Out 4f Attended the Will Again The flght for revision of the rules of the house of Pour In Capitol Cases ta Be Next trial has been refused to four of tho defendants in the fapllol conspiracy cases by Judge Kunkle In the Dauphin county The defendautsjrfe John contractor for furnishings and decorations M superintendent of public grounds and buildings Wil liam Spring former auditor and William Math former state These were charged with com acy to the state in connection with furnishing and decorating the but Huston secured a ance and his trial has not yet come up The four defendants were convicted an They appealed for a new but argument was hot heard until j after the Dauphin county court had disposed of a second conspiracy trial In which the defendants In the first case were also among the accused and HOUSE ADOPTS RESOLUTION Action Prompted by Portion of Presidents Nlossige DESCRIBED ASWOOTUIiATE all the fault ot I saw it at as soon as that bullet hit tee I expect attended by to be killed I dont care how wlckly It comes I only want time io write a letter to my followers and tell tuem that the faith PAT CROWE PREACHES Man Who Kidnaped Eddie Cudahy Makes Debut whose former lawless career to a cli max in the kidnaping of Eddie made Ws debut an evangelist before an audience in The meeting was held under the aus pices of the T V Prison Re form Crowe grew eloquent in a plea to citizens to aid in prison reform and stop the manufacture of criminals In reform schools and As a babys voice In the rear WILD MArUH TOWN Proclaims John Baptitt and Raises at John the come Representative Hepburn of Iowa presided and was authorized toname a committee of with him self as draftthe proposed amendments to the mles and repoit o the organization on Tneadd night i The in the iutei state and foreign commerce committed j room and were engaged in consider ing the various suggestions for broken down mentally during his The defendants will appear sen tence next when to the state supremecourt will be Say Adulterants Are Not anil Food Commissioner Poust gave a hear ing to representatives of Plttsburg that he was to save the an aged insane man rushed down the main street wav ing a revolver and held up half a dot the committee which he will name en robbed ttte tills of threo desired to make It known that all of business stole a team of horses and exchanged shots with a hastily teamed His wild careei was checked wbenheJvas bowled than two Hepburn said that j foodproducing concerns in which pro the various plans proposed for chaiu1 ing the rules would be considered bv after a chase of more than half a to be able the situation by joining the Democrats a fight on th 4 The insurgents claim that in Thats my baby making that Crowe T hope I can live to give It a goodeducation and make a good Senator Hansbrough Very Senator Hansbrough of North who has beenJH in has had tdecided turn tor the worseHe was removed to His ailment la a of the Trial by Jury Denied New Ciem mons Gouldwas defied in appel late ill vision of the supreme court a trial by Jury in her action tor divorce fiouiHowaiU Major Laugrtlin age of burgs most prominent business and a veteran of the Civil Is dead at his Woodland Death was due to He was presi dent of Keystone Rational bank of a of the Joaep Pttel company and of the Plttsburg Triwt HlrtiMlf In the mind affect edfrom brooding over a Ste phen one ofthe beat known of this hanged in the cellar with the straps of a pair of the members invited with the e ception of Representative Norrls of who IB were Those Interested In the movement After his capture the man said have been proceeding quietl wlta name was Arthur Pnmeroy and that their With Ihe apparent puipose he came from Nebraska believed of increasing their numueis bufllclently he recently a sanitarium at Pomeroy was shot his wounds are not He will be tei the present congiess thej need butr moved Insane asjlam twentyseven Republicans to join the Democrats order to bring about i change in the while In the first congress they say they will need but twentyfour Republican Three of therepresentatives Pollard and not be member of ihe next severalof those present Insurgent meeting are forCannon for speaker they made it they greatly desire a change in the There were no expresssipns except those of friendly feeling for the speak tests were made against a law permit ting use of adulterants in any quantity or any contending that they are not Deputy Attorney Genera Cunningham sat with Foust dur Ing the Morris James Ongafelur James banker and sav Ings association serving a five year term In the penitentiary lor for has been pardoned by Governor He is thought to be suffering of cancer of the Mis wife has been under charges In connection with the failure of the financial and a Robert is in the alanafleld JUDGE TAFT AT CHURCH JUBILEE mi Mtwl Dedication ot Din Tomorrow the Sioux leader who was at the head ot the band which caused the trouble ending in the battle of Wounded the last important Indian fight in the is dead at Us camp at said Hepburn after the meet Ing No one said anything against He said the general feel was that under the the house must have a despotic header there was no one they would rather have than Uncle New Metropol tan temple in this city will be th scene of a great gathering of dlstln guished persons tomorrow th occasion being the dedication ot th McKlnley memorial Most prom inent among the speakers will be Presidentelect William who is a personal friend of the John Wesley pastor of the tein Chief Reference to Secret Service and Action of With Relation Thereto Have Af fronted Dignity of That Bedy and Committee Named to Investi gate and Recommend Such Action Will Be Appropriate Under the following presented in the houseof epresentatives by Perkins if New was adopted de late Whereas there was contained in the sundry appropriation bill which passed congress at Us last session and lacame a law a provision In reference o the employment of the secret aerv ce in the treasury and Whereas in tiio massage of tho president of the United States to wo houses of congress it was stated reference to that provision not too much to aay that this amend ment has been of benefit ami could be of benefit to the Inal classes and It was further stated the chief argument In favor of thla provision waa that the congressmen themselves did not wish to be Investi gated by secret service and t was further but if this Is not considered desirable a special excep tion be made In the law prohib iting the use of the secret service force In investigating members of con It would be far better to do this than to do what actually waa done and strive to prevent or at least hamper effective action against inals by the executive branch of the be It that a CQBamlttee of five members of con gress of this house be appointed b the consider the statementcon tained in the message of president and report to the house what it should be tulken In referenco of In submitting it he said is of Importance to the republic that all of the coordinate branches of the government should possess In a a 4 Hill offered opening pray CASH RACKET STORE loyland Treasures Cost Less A Whole Page of Prices as These Would Not Tell All The Wonderful Story Second KNIVES AND tripleplated knives f 6 of In a per Rocerf tripleplated kalvM ud 6 toed pat up in Century Cutlery Coy stiver plated 6 kalvej and 6 fn Crown Silver 6 knives and 6 CHILDS AND FORK BfOON BCTB la nickle and plated IQc POCKET KNIVEB In bone and silver in all and IQo SAFETY Too well known to require descrip The only safety Packed 4n case with dozen dou blades 12 Safety raz t1 Other razors from down to SOe SILK MUFFLERS in fancy to 76c Mens fancy in fancy boi NOVELTY TOOTH BRUSH And nail each ROCKING Neatly painted and paint ed hair and saddle painted and hard wood three at TOY CHAIRS AND ROCKERS Square painted red or blue and in natural finished all hard wood 25c Arm chairs and Hard natural finished and var larger and stronger than above 50c TEN PINS In ftrlped and vamlsh We C BLOCKS Solid cubes and nested blocks 5c MAGIC Large value Including 60c SLEDS For boys and girls in steel and all highlypainted and var nished 25c HOW EPIDEMIC STARTED Chemists Inoculated Cattle Accident ally While The govern ments efforts to the origin bf the present epidemic of aphthous fe ver has been rewarded with The desired information was Imparted to Secretary of Agriculture and the experimenting that has been in progress for ftve or six weeks will be The existence of the disease Is owj erat one ofthe sesslonsof llcaii national convention in The temple has planned a weeks beginning tomorrow night and lasting until the following Carnegie and Colonel John James McCook of New member of the famous Fighting will speakjomorrbw night In addition to Judge On Wednesday even Ing Governor Hughes will deliver on and on the evening of Sun Vice Presidentelect Sher man On the morning ol Bishop Goodsell am the Buckley will be the The organ was installed through the liberality of several men of Carnegie among and the subscriptions of the church people and ing to the desire of a Detroit drug I public to what is designated as a I high degree the confidence and respect Of the I yield to no one in my reipect for the chief eseenttva oljhe United States and I yield to no one in my respect forthe congress of the United TO the congress is granted great power and upon it are Imposed great We can not neglect our duties nor shirk our The dignity of that bodyshould be slsTed tiuf It shouTd The statements made by the president of the United States can not belightly They may be so construed by the public as to lessen the dignity and thereby Impair the usefulness of the congress ot the United It can be justly I that these expressions were un Whether it is enough to say or whether some more formal ac tion should be it Will be for con JEWEL BOXES Metal in gold 50c Fancy Hat Pins each ih BOc WIRE GOCARTS AND BUGGIES Made o very strong highly assorted blue and retinned light but strong to 60c FOLDING TOY GOCARTS Steel double spoke steel wood seat and foot fancy turned arm stained In assorted colors 50c Rattan GoCarts and 25c 25c ROCKING HORSE iOilfinished in natural strip and ornamented in hair 60c fainted hair 60c Dinted jhatr seat and V back upholstered 90p TOY FURNITURE We BELT PINS AND BUCKLES box 50c BOYS TOOL CrtESTS Nicely strong box with tools 25c CHILDRENS FOLDING TABLES natural finished and varnishes also painted in 8CHOENHUT TOY Real musical nothing to get out ot finished in white enamel and dark finished 25c PAINT Water 5c WATCH FOBS For ladies and heavy gold all new Other grades 25c Cuff each In 76c New designs on to 25e firm to manufacture a supply of the serum which is used in fighting aph thous fever and to the innocent in jecting of a large number of cattle used in the In a little while the cattle began act ing Then it was discovered the serum had been or that too much of it had been used and that all cattle Inoculated had been Infected with the foot and mouth dis Efforts were made to gather In all the borrowed but most them had Within a short time thereafter the disease broke out in New York and Cat tle from the Infected herd were shipped to both these These facts are vouched for by expresi dent of the National Hay worthy memorial to the late president gress exercising a wise and discreet In a church of the denomination to I judgment to which he BROOCHES New line fancy Brooches in boxes and on lOc TO HARASS VENEZUELA Dutch Curacoa CHINA TOY DISHES All nicely lOc Toy tin dishes in fancy decorated and plain 5o In Warships Leave Cleared For The Netherlands battleship Jacob van Heemskeik and the cruiser Gelder land have left here fpr Venezuelan Theyjiave been cleared for ac PO8T CARD ALBUMS I It is believed thatthey will dem assorted design backs I onstrate off Ua jJ5c probably will begin seizing Vene zuelan merchant thus putting BRACELETS Ladles and 2Bc STRIKE MAY RESULT Virginia and Hold Fruitless Joint convention local operators and the organized miners of the Ka nawha failing to reach an agree ment in regard to the request Of the operators for a new waue scale put them ou a competitive basis j employers of nonunion fter two days of eavlng miner and operator further part than Operators declare that the failure ot he convention to settle the disputed oint causes the twoyear wage con ract entered into last April become while President Lewis of the miners holds that the contract is sUll n force and declares that the men ject to continue at work under its Attempts to disregard the they will leave no oth er alternative than the calling of a IRON TRAINS Painted red and and nickle plated lOc lOc Wheelbarrows 25 lOc Wagonsand Carts to IOC TootToot automo one of the best toys made SOe Cute Iron cooking 25e Tin kitchen and IBo Dolls of all WndB to lc See the Jointed kid bpdy doll with brass moving with flag GAMES Of all 6b Cradles and all lOo Harmonicas In the best 5c Fancy Collar and Cuff as sorted designs 75c Japanese Glove and Hand kerchief assorted colors and shapies BSo Seeoutline of Manicure Military sets in all the latest styles COMB AND BRUSH SETS Sets in 25o XMA8 BOX PAPER Infancy holly and decorated boxes to 25c TEACHERS BIBLES 5x7 references in single col I a stop to the trade between Vene New Testaments BOOKS OF ALL KINDS SpecialBoys cloth printed on good quality of paper 18o Leather Padded SOe Girl Gift each in 26c Juvenile Books in board backs and all 5o UMBRELLAS gold plated handle um i breijas Other grades in ladles and gents 90c ble to follow any radical action be cause the government at Caracas has expressed its indention of firing on the Dutch ships at the first unfriendly Himself as Land Appears San Herb a private in the hospital corps ended his life on the deck of the trans port Thomas by slashing nia throa with a razoras Thomas neared the golden HerbBter had been stand ing on the deck watching the lam Into suddenly went to hi returned with a razor and Imrne dlately cut his Kills Two West Dec ia membwa of the family of George Va Horn bf Chester county dead arid oUwrs are ill by nrocurid from v local Represent a Great We are ihe of nine ty millions of We are the leg islative body of a great I am sure there Is no one who has the honor to be a member of who will hesitate to approve such action as maybe required by aproper regard for the dignity of the body to which we belong and of the people whose repre sentatives we While speaking Perkins was ac corded rapt attention by the entire Even occupants ot the who usually keep up an incessant din of main tained At the conclusion his remarks be was universally ap Nice Job Offered New is stated though the statement is not offi cially that the presidency of the Union Trust company has been of fered to George secretary of the The Union is the fourth largest trust company In the John Rockefeller keeps his personal account iu I Eating and Drinking 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