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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                KSTABUBHBD DECEMBER PUTS TR1BOTIr TOMKINLEY Ttfl JMs Deelarea That Policy ef Bensvoltnt Assimilation Begun by President McKlnley Is Being Carried Out IP Phlllpplnts Today and Will Continue to Be the Policy of the Neat Admin Hew He Came to Be Philippines to Establish William speaking at the ded ication of a McKlnley memorial organ in Metropolitan told to an au dience which repeatedly interrupted him with the story of his official association with the late pru dent and declared with reference lei the Philippine Islands that the policy laid down by inisiw had been the policy of tho asit will be the policy of his own adminis It was in said Taft In relating tho personal narrative of from the bench and entry into public life which In elghj years has brought him to the presl dunev the cemrllipviSfi PRICE 2CBNT8 PER nTospMfful which read like knevr MrMc you you have no other Will do me a great favor by calling on me In Washington some time next I did not know of vacancy ex isting on the supreme court bench at that but I went to Washington Just the Arriving at the White House I was ushered Into the cabinet room and there I met the Id like to have youvgo to the said what do you mean by going to the Philippines He replied We must establish a there and I would like fp you to Old Net Want I I am sorry we have got the I dont want them And f ought to have Some man Ismore la sympathy with the Jflfou dont want them any less than 1 replied the but have got them and in dealing with them I think I can trust the man who didnt want them better than I can the man who You can readily con tinued the feelings a man whose only object In going to Washington was the hope of finding a vacant cushion on the supreme bench to be asked to gp mfles from But after I had talked with McKlnley and with Secretary Uoot I decided 1 would go andIn t went under the Mc Klnleys the influence he has of making people do what they McKlnley said he would stand in the find HAVE YOU EVER NAD ANY WORK DONE By the New York Cleaning and Dye ing works If It Is needless for us to recommend our If yon have we would ask yon to try Us and aee for practical demonstration Is better than prom We do all kinds of cleaning and dyeing at the very lowest Gentlemen note I We will sponge and press your clothes for the small amount of a We call for them and also Call oa up by either Make no mis be sure and get Kinleys It is his Idea we are still carrying out In the waa of benevolent Mrt paid a striking personal tribute to he character o McKln ley and declared that it was peculiarly that an Organ should be dedi cated to him whose whole life was one of Ways of Providence He ateo was a great judge of continued I didnt realize how great until I began the work my self of selecting a cabinet He was a lover of peace through the nation and the world and yet he had more wanthan any president since Are not the ways of Providence that Garfield and lovers of peace and of their fellow be takenoff by the hands of the assaatn It Is that Lincoln and McKintey should have had wars upon their these peaceloving Taft told the active part President McRlnley tpok In the direc tion of the war department during the Spanish and paid tribute to him for his hesitancy In rushing Into a con flict for which the country was Illpre he had stand much harsh criticism from the hotheads who insisted upon Immediate war regardless of Some of us seem to have such sub lime faith In our own abilities and In Providence that they think we can wlv any countryIn the world withou Some day we may find out dif Do you remember how mar tial we were when President Cleveland sent his Venezuelanmessage we had at that time just one gun down at Sandy Hook and that was the only gun we had along the entire coast the way from Maine to Plor Ida and from Lower California to which to fight the navy of But the Lord looked after as they say he does after children and drunken McKlnley knew how unprepared we and he stood in the breach ant an onrush Into hostilities until such time as we were at leastable to cope with a nation as unprepared aa we were NEGRO MWRUN BOROUGH New KenaingtMi txPuglllst In New Kensington may hae a negro as bur negro busi ness Issued circulars an nouncing hla subject to Republican primaries There other dividing evewly the white With the eapport of Republican negroes and some white friends Harris ttands an excellent show of He U welleducated and speaks six In earlier Bays as Kid Har ris he was a TRIAL TODAY UNsetfofiUdiiigiiiflwllilliit MOTHERS CASE LATER John Qateas Mother Port mother of John died this morning of 8hev was years BROODED OVER TRIAL New York Cleaning Dyeing Wks Main Office 102 Main Greenville Unten phcne 173 T Bell phone 219 J Branch Offices Walnut PARIS CLOAK MUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenville puts this store in the first rank as Ladies for we have the Tailor Made Suits Silk Skirts Waists Costumes Opera Coats Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony Our sterling display of Neck Pieces and Muffs in all kinds ot at eyery will please The Same Old Stand 7O8 State Street NEW TROLLEY LINE Survey For Road Fourteen Miles Long Revives ProjecC survey has been started for a proposed trolley line from near the south boun dary of Butler to Beaver a distance of fourteen The project is said to be backed by PittsbUTg The proposed line will connect with the PlUaburg and Butler road at having Its terminus near the Balti more and Ohio cross the Pltts Wsynesburg College Student Shoots Himself Through Heart Ing over the trial of Rlnehart and laboring under thebelief he had been deserted by his age the Waynesburg in a fit of melancholy committed I suicide by Man Who Wielded Pistol In Tragedy of Last August Not Vet Mentally Fit to Pace Jury Wall Lawyers Death of Annia the Outcome of Domestic Un happineaa in Family of Noted Arm New Interest in the HainsAnnis murder case which has never realjy flagged since the shooting to death of William Annis at on by Peter was revived today Ira by the opening of the trial at a student in of Thornton Jenkins brother of Captain Jenkin Hains is accused of being shooting himself through the as guilty of the shooting as his broth His dead body was found In his room He is charged not only with coun at the residence of Robert Milllken by seling and aiding his brother In the actual but also with assist Minor had covered himself with the Ing him by holdlnp back the crowd bed clothing and his and the j report of the revolver was so muffled It was hot heard In the other parts of the Minor lived In Greenetownship and was the only son 6f and John I His father is wealthy farmer and coal 1 WEALTHY VISITORS ENRICH MISSION Head of Steel Corporation In spects Bread Une tie railway at two miles west of anil connect wllii the Beaver Palls trolley system at The route largely follows the survey of the Northern Allegheny railway proj ected twenty years but never de The Allegheny and North eastern chartered last week by Philadelphia to extend be tween Mars and Evans It Is now will be developed as a feeder to the Mars and Rochester FLOORED BY Tars of Battleship Fleet Cannot 8tarftpangled j Dec from officers on thebattleship fleet indicate a woeful lack1 of knowledge of any thing approaching a national In most places where the fleet was re ceived with so much cordiality the na tives were prompt and vigorous in the delivery of an appropriate air and such an was usually followed by an attempt to render the StarSpan j gled with the as on a correspondent has described that the singers were rarely able to pro ceed with the song for more thaa three New the result of a visit to the Bowery mission by bead df the Steel that mission Is several thousand dol lars as a further a movement may Instituted to bring about the passage of a law to provide for the transportation digent Americans to places in the west where positions may be offered i Several days Judge Gary made the Bowery mi s slon to visit that n tjle desert New Yorks Judge Gary were Clark of Captain a jwestern mine and a number of bread line aithe mission forms al From 1 to 3 oclock men to the number of i atibut are given hot coffee anil ham sandwiches There wore in line thfs Judge Gary wrote a check and haail ed it to the superintendent of the mis Captain Demar gave the mission Others in the party gave lib erally andi not counting the check given by It is reported EXPECT DISAGREEMENT Rlnehart Jury Said to Bt Hope lessly of persons are lingering In the vicin ity of the courthouse this awaiting Intelligence from the Rlne hart but under orders of Judge Holt no person was permitted to en ter the The long deliberation of the Jury is getting on the nerves of the people here and there Is talk of violence In Ihe event of any other ending than a verdict of The authorities say they have affairs well in how and feel no apprehension of an No further doubt of a by the Is entertained here and talk of a new trial ts already Judge Holt returned to his home at Should a verdict be reached by the jury this It will be re ceived by Judge James Inghram oth erwise Judge Holt will telephone in structions with to the jury from Judge Ingliram announced that an Investigation of the rumors of leaks from the jury room be started at Street rumor has the vote In the jury room ten fof conviction and two for STRICKEN ON TRAIN Congressman Grant Mouser Taken to Hospital in Serious on a Pennsylvania lines westbound train found a man In the chair car in an un conscious Thw train was held until George company could reach the after an ordered that the man be removed to the hos After he had been in the several hours it was discovered he was Congressman Grant Mouaer of the Marlon district and that he was suffering from uremic poisoning and acute congestion of the His condition Is regarded as Mouser had boarded the train at Mouser Is expected to reach his bedside When Mouser had been revived he said this the time he had ever suffered such an FDCKINGEnS CASE BEFORE PRESIDENT JENKINS that might have succored After Captain Hains had emptied his revolv er Into the body of in the pres ence of a persons witness ing a boat race on a hot summer after in the full light of a glaring aimed at the crowd his I that the donations footed up nearly The character of the men who formed the bread line surprised those who came to Judge Gary talked with many of They had the same story to no chance to earn a And I cant get men to work4n my mines out said Captain It was this remark that brought up the question ot transportation and the desirability of a law that would make it possible for men to hf transported at public expense to distant the same as Immigrants are transported by the federal government in own pistol i back According the In so he rendered himself equal ly guilty ofmurder with his Halnss In Justification of his actions j Jenkins Hains asserts that he was ac tuated by fraternal affection and sought only to summary execution of lynch law on the body of his young er He also declares that he tried to avert the Peter who was a bril liant young army officer before his troubles and Jenkins a wellknown writer of stories of ad are the sons of General Peter formerly I chief of the engineer corps of the United States The maternal grandfather of the young men was Admiral Thornton Jenkins of the Unit ed States Jenkins Hains la fortytwo years old and a Cause of the The trouble In wblch the young men I would rather let loose a horse thief than a bank President Roose loan appeal for a 1 pardon of Edward serving a termat Columbus for his connection with the failure of the First National bank of But Flickinger was a man of the best reputation and highly respect ed by all who knew him up to the time of the failure of the In sisted one of the members of congress from who was in the party ap pealing for there are a great many so called respectable citizens in this country who should have been in stripes long the president is said to have But FHciclnger was only technically euilty andl If you were rully acquainted with the evidence in tho case you would pardon That may and you can file the evidence In the case and I will give it It I niui that Flickinger was not really dishonest 1 may pardon NICHT RIDERS ON TRIAL TODAY Armed Mountaineers Tferonlto Stfiits of Union TELL THEIR SIDE OF THE CASE Say Lake in Which They Had Fished for Generations Waa Fenced IB by Rich of Whom Captain Quen tln Who Waa Killed by Night Waa One Declare They Were Deprived of Meana of Livelihood and That They Are Ing Union In rough homespun with trousers tucked deep Into cowskln Innocent of with straggling beards and slouch but always with the Inev itable longbarreled rifle or big pistol in plain the denizens of the Reel foot Jake region are assembled in this quaint llfcUe town today for the open ing scene of the night rider They are friends and relatives of the men who are held under military guard at the They ignore the or look at them with When they meet one another a silent nod or a whispered word all Unit They feel keenly this They believe that they are persecuted and Chat the entire world is against Old Tom the state was the first leader of the bandT but was deposed because his Immense stat ure and mutilated hand made him eas ily expresses the belief ot most of them when he says Its like this he put them red hills up An he put some of us pooh folks that he didnt have no room fob no wheath else up An then he saw that we couldnt make a Jivln he ordered an earthquake the earthquake left a big Next he nlled the hole with watah an put Ash ih Then he knew we could make llvin between farmin and But along comes these rich men who dont have to make no llvin they tell us all that we must not flsh In the lake any cause they owns the lake an the flsh God put theah fob It Jus naturally aint stranger it aint no This is the night ridersoriginal but the primary object of the band forgotten officers the organization began to use Its persuasion to vent the personal spites of members and to regulate pri vate affairs of many persons for Biles UWb I U S IMStJ UlTIt find themselves is due to the marital I hlnl bllt u mlwt lnat was The New BESSEMER 5c Cigar A New A Greenville Union Made Havana Its Under Sanitary Sold By All Dealers FRIEDMAN DONT BE Nearly Anyone May Secure a did of 8plen disturbances In the life of the younger He accused his Claudia Ivibby a beautiful young of misconduct with William K who was a publish er and advertising and sued her for naming Annls as core The suit Is now Tne Hains family assert that Ca7tain The delegation which called in Pllcklngersbehalf consisted of Rep resentatives Cole and Ans berry of Ohio and Lamlls of I Hains was crazed by his domestic un You can easily find out for your napnness and took the law into his self if your hair needs own hanJsin a time of temporary If it thinning getting of the couple are now In the care ot General Hains and his Since the shooting both Captain harsh and or splitting at the You simply have to pull a hair from the top of your head and close ly examine its root If the bulb is Halns and Jenkins Halms have been plump and itl s all itj The former has given is white and your hair is diseased and needs We have a remedy for hair trou bles that cannot be It has a record of growing hair and curing baltness In 93 out of every 100 cases where used according to directions for a reasonable length of It will even grow hair on bald it the scalp Is not glazed and That may seem like a strong state and wemean it to evidences of mental and no date has been set for his Ac cording to his he Is improving rapidly and may be well 14 KILLED ON CANAL FRUITFLOWER SHOW TODAY National Horticultural Congress Opens in Council Council Bluffs is determined not to let its big neighbor across the Missouri carry ofl all the honors with the National Corn exposition and opened today a national horticultural wlthspecimens of fruits and garden imple gathered from all corners of the Many members of the crowds thai are Omaha in corn show week crossed the river today to view the horticultural They found among other a notable collection of some of them from as far away as Maine and Discharge of Blast Plays Havx on Panama are known to be three oj them and ufty three ui and no one should doubt It until they iour us a result of ihe pro have put our claims to an actual mature explosion 9f twentyone ions of ilvpauiHu ut Bas Qbispo In the Pan We are so sure that Rexall 93 ama Hair will cure pre The following dispatch has been re vent stimulate the scalp cetved from Chief EngineerOoethals and Btop falling hair and by the chief of the Washington office grow hew that we personallyof tbe canal nmnAuuiiro The premature explosion of twenty one tons of dynamite at Bfls Obispo FLEET AT COLOMBU mum Great Reception For Our Sailors by the re port that the homeward bound Ameri can battleship fleet had been sighted today off this port caused a atir In offi cial and social in which preparations have been made to give the visitors a good time during their The colonial secretary has been in structed by the secretary of state to do all he can to extend such hospital ity as King Bdward would wish shown to the United The leg islative council has voted an appropri ation for Special trains will take the men on dally excursions Into the Interior of Baseball matches will be and the offi cers will be given the freedom of the NEGRO HEALTH CONGRESS Tuberculosis Exhibit Opens Today In Dec beginning this city will be the of a health exhibition In tended exclusively for the benefit of the first in the his tory of Cue The exhibition la part vt the worldwide fight being waged against tuberculosis and U In tended to aid in stopping the ravages of the disease among the colored peo The visitors to the exhibition were welcomed by Booker president of the Tuskegee and other officials of the institute and Mother and Child Burn to Laura housekeeper for James Gil wealthy farmer and her two yearold daughter were burned to death In a fire that destroyed Gil keys farm tire our positive guarantee to refund evory penny paid us for Rexall 93 i Hair Tonic in every It does resulted lu the death of fourteen men and tba Mury o flft or lour not do claim or tails to give oMhe lniured8rui probably Fol entire satisfaction io the lowing killed James Rexall 93 Hair Tonic to as Dun ant to use as clear spring It John Kprp steam la delightfully tnd shovel Pnillipsburg not grease or gum tbe We have John Indlanap It Prlcea 0o and We urge you to try NTY our recommeitdatfon aad Killed by Hilda Stiver and her IJred both twenty years of were struck by a train and instantly killed at Big They across the tracks In a Favorable Report Oalzell said today I believe that con grass will approve the report of the United Qtatos board of engineers and authorize thecanalisation of the Ohio 1 believe that thenlnefoot stage tronv Plttaturg toCairo will projted this session In its New fttamp Placed on tale new ten eant apeclal There are now In the schools ot Now York city nearly more pupils than there were one year ago Uunyons Cold Remedy throat and wnge jtluiobt ItiiuieaiaW Checks stops Ulucunrjiei ot the away all achptr nud nabts caused by It curen Grip and ab CQUgln and pveveuts i no stiK or sw tor hew ekroalet Ask Msnjrons JRkMmitlHi   

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