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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: December 15, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                srst1 rasas SSSK to sink by or but this im will AFTER MAT TITLE tM lattUM And bet sister DfMdMMitt ttt tfce SHOOTING fettaiUiaii rmMNI 8MB n to the wery rirnlniled nuta vefam the Wound M a PRICK 2CENTS PER CvMenot Penetrate lit iivuwtt Utett Iraflt countrV aw to Dread aouKht M etaphatlcally stated by Hear Admiral Robley in an article lateit nbntber ot Hamptons Broadway tnaiajslitei wherein ot strongly defends the American navy and to rritlriinjs it am of tlSt tn exactly were the Una tempo H had Mm strenuously eoatended by orttiea that location ot the bait waaa vital point ot Aa the upper edge of the belt Is a even wKft or above the of Admiral fcrawil the danger to be apprehended from a projectile beyond wrecking effect of such is Ujst due amount of enter J HAVE YOU EVER HftO AN WORK DONE By 4he New York Cleaning and dyeing at the very lowert Ing worker it needless tot Gentlemen note We will us to recommend our If you and Dress your for the small have we wonld you to try amount of a We can us aid for practical tor them and also Call demonstration ts better than tfronv by Make no mis We do all kinds ot cleaning and be sure and get New York Cleaning Dyeing Wks Main Office 102 Greenville Union phone 173 T Bell phone 2iS J Offices MercerL Sharpsville5 Walnut thai battle JTeet of the United navir wlil be and i can condition of that Rns alati It1 went Into action for the last three leading features in battler Admiral Evans deseives most eareful con sideration and are the the armor protection thn motive power Any one of these un duly Sacrificed in favor of the other meana weakening of the fighting ma In U PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Stylet Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenville puts this store in the first rank as Ladies tor have the POULTRY 5d Jrt OPtNS Chloaflo With of Begins Chicago poul Uy one ot the three big events of the year for fowl opened here today with a splendid exhibition of geese and other feathered Conceal c1 Very Grave president sent a to the sem report of aa in vestigation into w1 up ot rtensage says I Inetaie letter fMM the secretary ot war transmitting a report of the made by Herbert 1 Browser by the department In conjunction tain Baldwin to investigate as far as poaslbte happened at This year the Chicago show Is the Or at1 of the The poultry show has attracted to the city persons interested in poultry from all parts of the More than cbtekens ot all known breeds are Prlsoi amounting to more than are Many comparisons have been Insti tuted between the presentshow and the cattle While the total value of the exhibits in poultry snow Js far short of the stock ex there are many Individual birds more costly than the Bnest cattle and There is onehen in the show which is valued at and many ranging from to Tailor Made Suits 1 Silk Skirts Waists Costumes Opera Coats Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony Our sterling display of Neck Pieces and Muffs in all ot at every will please The Same Old Stand 7O8 State Street German Wrestler Sails Today to Sies champion wrestler of who Has touring sailed ta 4ay for New where he is to chal Itage Frank Gotch tor the champiou Of the who Is known as the torman has met and thrown the best men on ibis side of the ocean to via earnest in his deslritowfn In In New York Siegfried will be under tte management ot tirriest for merly champion who has curea the Mftdlnon Square Garden tor when Siegfried will wrestle Joe and Siegfried has agreed to throw both men rn i bait teour eaca or forfeit DORANDOf NO LONG BOAT R WE TONIGHT MinUm Contest In Mxta New in Mad ison Square a Marathon race NEWlHEHER BEGUN Cornerttone of Institution to Laid Today In New New cornerstone of the New which will if the plans of its founders are a home for the dramatic art of Amer will be laid this afternoon In the presence of an assemblage of city officials and other dis tinguished The ceremony of laying the corner will lake place In the vestibule of the new In addition to an address by Mayor McClellan there will be speeches by Augustus the and President John Fltv of the City Richard Wat son Glider will read an ode composed for the Miss Qeraldlne Far rar will and a dedicatory choral by Percy MacKaye will be sung by a full SCHWAB GIVES HISVIEWSTOOAY the gredtest ners In the with the possible exj ceptlon of Johnny will be The contestants are the Kalian Do SCRAP Little Meet In Hinfl In BMton Followers of fighting game wBo assembled here to day expect to see a fast when Owen of England and Prankle Neil of get together the ring tonight at tho Armory Athletic The boys ara matched W box twelve Moran claims the featherweight title of England and Nell was formerly bantamweight champion of Brownsville on tto ISth and 14th ot j between the two men generally conslJ OUo H Rajm report and docu meats contain some iJjformation ot great value and some statements that obviously but I submit them in their This report enables us to fix with tolerable 401101160688 at least some of the who took the lead In the of private cltl sol diers did the shooting but upon this point further record was as the tact that the colored soldiers did the shooting has alreadj been es tablished all possibility The tafestlggtlon nas not gone enough 4o enable usto determine all the and we will proceed but It has gone far enough tpdeteS mine with sufllcient of enough Importance to mnke it advisable that I place the report before It appears tfcat almost all the mem bers of Company B must have been ac tively engaged in the either to the extent of being participants or to the extent ot virtually encouraging those who were As to Companies C and D there can be no question that practically every man them jaust have had thtt I snooting was done by some of the 1 soldiers of B troop and possibly by HARRIMAN WINS NOTABLE VICTORY Supimie Court Says He Hut QiiBlions deciding I the cases of Edward and or two others In one ojf the other This concealment was Itself a grave which was greatly ae gravated by their testifying before the senate committee that they were igno rant ofwhat they must Senator Foraker took the floor in the senate as soon as the presidents mes sage and the accompany reports had been He read a letter from Boyd a discharged who Is alleged to have made a confessionto a colored detective named DORANDO merce commission the supreme court of the United States held that the commission is not entitled under the interstate commerce law to press questions relative to private transac even though they involve deal Ings in the securities of interstate rail when the Investigation of which such questions are a part has been be gun upon the commissions The opinion of the court wan an nounced by Justice Holmes and dealt with the refusal of Warri man and Kahn to make reply to ques tions put by the commission the course of an inquiry concerning the dealings of Harriman president of the Union Pacific Railway company in the stock of other railroad compa many ot which are competing In the course of his opinion Holmes said that the com mis rando winner of the recent race Blon8 inquiries should be conflned to i Tom cases has been HMMMBIU The two have met 1he honors whose report accompanies others col lected in the document made up by the war In his letter to Senator Foraker Con of the visit of Lawson to going to The little Englishman also has the credit of having fought two draws with Abe Attell The bet tingon tonights bout favors Sterling toilet formerly now at BennlngbotTs2tfc You are not buying the best hand painted china unless you buy at the Canadian who has a reputation for speed anden The two men will run the full Mara thon 2fl miles and 365 The Italians chances of success are fa vored in of his win from Hayes and the recent defeat of Longboat in the tenmile race with Small woodin PAPKEKELLYITOUT Mlddleweights to Fight Twenty Five Rounds In Los Angeles Los of flstiana expect to see rattling good fight here when Hugo Italian middleweight of and Billy the Illinois Thun meet in the ring of the Jef fries Athletic Papkes recent loss of the middle weight title to Stanley Ketchel has not hurt his drawing and there will be a big crowd at the ring The men are scheduled to go ABE HESSES He said that privacy should be properly regarded in proceedings be gun by the commission for Its own He aleo said that the pow ers conferred inthe interstate com merce law exceed any which have been delegated by a constitutional body of In a drssentlhg which was concurred In by Harlan and Day declared that the effect of the opinion of the major i ity of the court would be to materially the scope of the Interstate commerce These three justices took position that the of the so far as they were sustained by the United States circuit court for the northern district of New were entirely proper under the law and should have been answered by Harrfman and Justice Harlan I went even further and held that all of the commissions questions should have received Justice Moody did not participate in the Tariff CommlttM x OTHER EXPERTS CALIEB and of HOUM of mfltd to Arrive Correct Upon Which to Build Steel In Forthcoming Revlilon Mveivl Other Are Asked Appear Before the Committee anal Give Their i drafting the new tariff bill to introduced at the special or congress tho bouse ways and means committee Is to give special consideration to the steal the will appear before thu committee Andrew who has been it Is will not appear until other including Henry CFrick of Plttsburg and Judge Gary have testifled before tho The Republican members of the cont mlttee who will draft the new tariff bill sit as a subcommittee for this purpose every day after Monday during the Christmas la the desire of the committee to have all testimony before it as soon aa DOS but wherever it Is found tho testimony has been insufficient it la proposed to those before it who can give the desired In Whan the majority of the committee complete their hill they will submit it to the Democratic The latter will offer the house a mi nority report unless the bill reported by the for the reductions that the Democrats The main differences of opinion probably will be on tho metal and pulp and paper Two hearings were held by the com one appearing at At the afternoon hearing Colonel Joe u cottonseed oil manufac turer of aaked for a reduction in the duty on pressed camels hair the present duty on which he saidIs prohibitive and permits a mo nopoly of the This cloth to used crushing cottonseed to manufacture of the Shop Buy Useful Buy Wearable men Get the best Buy practical mas shopping at Hesses then youll be1 sure the quality is Buy mens gifts Do your Christ to for Bath Robe Smoking Jacket House Coat Neckwear Mufflers Silk Suspenders Dress Shirts Fancy Hose Wool Hose N Soft Hats Stiff Hats Opera Hats Full Dress Suits Collars and Gulfs Fancy Vest Stick Pins Sweater Vjest Cuft Links Sweater Coats Shirt Studs Athletic Jerseys Silk Hose Fur Lined Gloves Lisle Hose Silk Lined Gloves Golf Gloves Gauntlet Gloves Automobile White Vests f A Evening Waistcoats Night Robes Overcoats Suits s tor Full Dress Protector Linen Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Umbrella Canes Underwear Union Suits Pajamas Raincoats and Gilts selected Early will be Laid Aside andMuffllers Putin Fancy Christmas wheie Conyera bias been Conyets says he learned that Lawson was there to pick him and that the high sheriff arrest As Lawson had not had an opportunity to have a private talk with according to the letters let it made and Conyers iays Lawson told lies to the sheriff about t At this point Foraker referred caustically to this colored calling attention to fact that hU high logical report is signed with his pausing to look around the added i when this thing is gone to the bottom ot all honest men will be ashamed ot Taking up a second letter from Boy d Conyers and before reading It Senator Foraker said This is a little but I think it to due due to the xtruth and due to common decency that the whole of this story be Mr Foraker said the statement of the president concerning this investi gation by showed the pro priety of adopting such a that embodied in his It seems to that one of the worst features of this whole unfortu1 nate business is that this jnan should i now be pursued in this way by secret detectives in the manner 1 have de1 Senator Foraker read a leWer he had written toConyers In which he said he the senate would after the detectives who were visiting him the proper That promise willbe made declared Foraker Concluding the reading of what he declared was tha entire correspondence between him and he said it should have the same consideration as the re ports of the who had been put ott their Enough has been le assert to make it the Imperative duty of the senate to create a tribunal le tore which these men cnu go re I celve a hearing Is there anything i more atrocious ihau this j against these men This Is the sixth time they have been put oji and nve times they have tew acquitted la my Coal Moving After Long twentvflve rounds and as they are dams the Great Kanawha river hare been thrown down to let otit the first ship etnnt ot coeil for Cincinnati in five both noted for their staying powers it is expected the fight will go the limit or nearly Kelly and Papka have met fighting a drawn The winner of tonights flght will challenge Ketch el tor the middleweight Over one million bushels ot Kanawhaand Island Creek It Is will leave Point Pleaaant and Huntlngton today for STRIKE IS THREATENED Students of Mount Union College Want OldTeacher forty piano pupils of Mount Union college conservatory of music have announced that unless Jennie Chance Left retained as instructor they wfll not re turn to their The trouble Is said to hare arisen over a difference of opinion between Professor of the de and Lee relative to her According to the con it is Lee was to five hours a not to on Sat urdays and not to teach She alleges these terms of the Contract have not been The cade hM been carried to the college hut no definite action has been Gold and silver plated black bronze and china at newest at DunlapV The Best Laxative Ever Compounded Haw yon appreciated how important it is to your health to keep your bowels active and regular If you should realize that head rick disturbed palpitation of the bad and other ills caused by constipation are the When the bowels are irregular or ft dose or two of Beechams PHts will have the right These pills act on 4 the liver and bowels in a natural They are not violent or harmful but stimulating and helpful to all the Beechams Pills are prepared with utmost usmg Natures perfectly combined to produce the best Beechams Pills have been before tke public for over half a The sale is over six million boxes every They are best for others and best for for biliousness and stomach Prssldsnt Per is Roose veft las applted to tha Belgian 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