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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                3 MSTABUSHBD PRICE 2CENT8 PER INDIAN DEFEATS ITALIANRUNNER tart Mtyttsh tail MM MUNMUTFIIatNESUnK Thousand Cnesrlng Persons In Madlaon Square New Defeat of Italian Mwifl Who Beat Johnny Hayes 0fc the ten af Italy Kept Lead Nearly the exhausted In the Last Mile Hard Contest New on that memorable occasion of bis first Olym Doraudo Piotri within sight Of the and Tom the Indian who Had been led by a yard or more nearly all the won the Marathon race at Madlaon Square fouHit W MARVEL DIES AT fflPOLD AGE ly His Fnijf ite Pissis Qflletty Amy ttan to flmab and kept tfie OTotlaaifdi of apectators In wild Ai miles Dorando was leading by A moment before Long boat kad madea remarkable spurt and twt on aveft footing wlQt the little Dorando imme diately regained first position and the men were fighting it out in twenty withDorando In the lead bat visibly The chances of LonCboat appeared to improve In the and third In the fourth New white the crowdwas cryingItself Grant age the both men slackened perceptwellknown Who Wrote under Then suddenly Dorando nom de Ik la and Longboat finished dead at his In His time for the distance of Edge a suburb of this His 26 yards was 25r j Illness to August he The Utne was 45 seconds 4slower Buffered an attack of acute than the mark eitablished by Dorando From this he rallied so that he Was whan he defeated Hayes over the able to waltt tboat hli home unattend aame track three It Was j a grueling contest for nearly 26 with the Italian genenily in i the but occasionally overhauled by a wonderful spurt on the part of the Crippled Murderer court at Ebensburg Chester a who murderiMi Frank Padeaiix and Bert Bland at Nanty Glo last was sentenced toserve nineteen years months in HAVE YOU EVER HAD ANY WORK DONE By the New York Cleaning andDye Ing works If It Is needless for us to recommend our If you have we would ask you try us and see for practical demonstration IB belter than prom We do all kinds of cleaning and dyeing at the very lowest Gentlemen note We will sponge and press your clothes for the small amount of We call for them and also Call us up by either Make no mis be sureand get X NEVER BEACHED SHOKE L Launch Craw of French War ship Leet members of 4he crew of the French warship Admiral An who started tor the shore art and It Is all were Seven of the crew were given orders to take a steam launch and remain ashore all When the launch was about half Way Into port the lookout of the Amlral Abbe lost sight of the Then men on the supposed that the sailors had reached port and no alarm was given until the crew failed to No one on shore saw the and It is believed jt was swamped by squall foundered With the seven PRESIDENTELECT BURIES HATCHET Tint Hi HABCIS CASE UP TODAY Fsud Leaders Son on Trial For the Murder of His trial of Beach Hargis for the murder of his Judge James of RUBS ELBOWS WITH 60MPEHS Erstwhile litter Political Opponents Meet at Annual Banquet of Civlo Federation and Exchange Fellcita Executive to Be Da Labor and Capital Have Equal Right to Made By In galls and New annual ses of the National Civic Federation were brought to a close with a ban which grouped together at one 1 of the score of Individual tables Jackson the noted feud began here Presidentelect and Samuel In at the opening of the president of the American trial Ellen mother Federation of Labor August of the defendant and of the de chief of the Brother fendanta who declares that she Railway Conductors Melville f courta private citizens and PULITZER REPLIES of New York World Answers Presidents New New York j replying todny to the strictures j upon it by President Roosevelt in Ub 1 message to congress anent the Pana ma syndicate The World has never said Charles Taft or DouglasRobinson made any profits Taft denied that be was concerned In the transaction In any which denial the World and It would have been equally glad to print Robinsons ft have succeeded in obtaining one from as it frequently The World has no evidence that he was associated with Cromwell and would accept bis wordto that for Robin son is an estimable gentleman of high whose reputation for veracity Is infinitely better than that of his dis tinguished If tbe World has libeled anybody we hope it will be but we do not intend to by Roosevelts threats or by Roose veits or by Roose velts No other living man ever so grossly libeled the United States as does this president who besmirches bulldozes assails the Integrity has by mortgaging her former presMent of the Big who hag shown hlmgeir tbe mogt property and that she will spend to save her son from Both sides announced ready when the case was Hargis will plead and tryho prove that his father was choking him when the fatal shots were Four railroad President Seth Iiow of tbe and Low former unscrupulous demagogue whom the American people ever trusted with New York Cleaning Dyeing Wks N Main Office 102 Main Greenville Union phone 173 T Bell phone 215 J Branch Offices Sharpsville5 Walnut PARIS CLOAK Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenville puts this store in tKe first rank as Ladies for we have the Tailor Made Suits Silk Skirts Waists Costumes Opera Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony Our sterling display of Neck Pieces and Muffs in all kindstot at evefy will please The Same Old Stand 7O8 State Street DONALD GRANT ed until two weeks when he be gan to fall Sunday his condi tion became rapidly The end was At the bedside at the time of Mitchells death were his Harold of New London and and his Walter Hart of Mason Hoppln and Bessie and all of New Think Lewla Is Enough re turns have been received by the III nois their here DEMAND LARGE INCREASE Window Qlaaaworkera Union Desires 25 Per Cent Advance in general in crease of practically 25 per cent in their wage to take effect will be demanded by the National Glass president of the said that the members would make the fight of their lives in order to obtain the higher rate The new scalewae announced at the qjose of a five days session of the na tional scale committee of the Tt will every window glass factory In the United and and includes skilled The proposition of the union will be lubmitted to the glass manufacturers 4s tne atter are said to have no organization the scalewill be pro aented MAS NECKWEAR Largest assortment In town Lurles 177 Main over Tom Lewis of Returns from Pennsylvania show a landslide for CAST Na Tafts Plurality Over Bryan In tlonal Election New total popu lar vote of the various presidential candidates at the last national elec tion was made known in an official form by the filing of the last of the official of totals show following cast Taft Bryan Debs Chafln Hlsgen Watson Gllaaus total formal can Judge and Alton Parker and grent powjf and and Andrew At two no anger sincere The World has Im measurably more respect tor the office of president of the United States than Theodore Roosevelt has ever shown during the years iu which he has main tained a reign of terror and vilified the honorftnd honesty of both public offi cials and private citizens who opposed his policies or thwarted Mm In his pur So far as World is concerned 1ts proprietor may go to If Roosevelt succeeds as he threatens but even In jail the World will not cease to be a fearless champion of free a free press and a free about the banquet hall of the Hotel Antor sat employers and em ployes of many John and Frank who has been prosecuting the govern 1 ments inquiry into the Standard Oil were near though not at the satne Andrew Car lo lead them to predict the election of negie and John Mitchell sat John Walker of Illinois as national The notable throng of men and president of the women brought together by the federa tion led who was the prlncl been sitting with company with which It hardly would have been well forhim to associate prior to the He then declared amid cheers all that had happened before the election was as a closed book to him and he would be the president of all the Unions No Longsr Taft said in part Time was when everybody who em ployed labor was opposed to labor Time was when these organi sations were regarded as a That time now has largely passed and the man who today objects to the organization of labor should be relej gated to the last Labor unions 1800 COAL MINERS LAY TOOLS ASIDE Crjek District ABE HESSES Shop Buy Useful Buy Wearable Buy mens gifts where men Get the best Buy practical Do your Christ mas shopping at Hesses then youll be sure the quality is right to IBtoLjr f or Bath Robe Smoking Jacket House Coat Neckwear Mufflers Silk Suspenders Dress Shirts Fancy Hose Wool Hose Soft Hats Stift Hats Opera Hats Full Dress Suits Collars and Cuffs Fancy Vest Stick Pins Sweater Vest Cuft Links Sweater Coats Shirt Studs Athletic Jerseys Silk Hose Fur Lined Gloves Lisle Hose This grand total exceeds by the total number of votes cast In the presidential election of when the grand total was Compared with that candidates of the Demo cratic and Socialist parties increased their vote this The reverse is true of the of the Prohibi Populist and Socialist Labor The biggest Slfferenee In a party vote Is shown In an Increase or Bryan of over the total vote cast In lOOTfbr Alton the Demo cratic Tail received votes more ihan were polled for Presi dent Roosevelt in and Debs ran ahead of ha predecessor on the Socialist Tha vote in West Virginia was as follows Weet New Chicago Grain government report giving the on the wheat crop of the United States for 1908 today checked the declining tend have done for labor andin the future will doV They will avoid thatreduction to a dead level of all whether earnest and en ergetic or shiftless in their Labor unions will encourage work ingmen not to a level doevn but to a level up and will exemplify that who lead In energy will have the lead ership and the I am one of those who believe that combinations of capital are absolutely necessary to the progress the busi ness But I Insist that these combinations may be abused to the detriment of and we must have something on the statute books to prevent and punish those ft has been exceedingly agreeable to me to meet bere tonight Horn tWcr tween and union miners cm Paint Kanawha laid down their picks todayin obedience to a strike order sent out from Charles ton this morning by President Ben Da vis of dlstlrct United Notices were posted at all the mines on Paint creek by the operators notify ing the men of a reduction to go Into effect The miners were pared for this notice and had been no tified that a strike order would be la sued on tbe same day the notices were The strike order bears the Indorse ment of the national executive com mittee of the United Mineworkera of and President Davis said ha would have sufficient funds to Mitchell and other labor I trust that they know that on the strike what happened before the so I The miners have been far as my conduct to any citizen of the they will have to vacate United States as president Is con is wiped out as if It never I thank Gompers for saying that I am to be his as much aa Taft Suggests In the next congress and the one that succeeds it many suggestions will ariae with referenceto legislation In assistance of To me one of ttfe moat Important questions IB as to an employers liability In my judg ment one of our greatest dangers lies hi the delays in tbei administration of notified that their homes ericy of prices In the wheat market and civil and By a a Of ttta flniah finfti ItaHtlftw Silk Lined Gloves Golf Gloves Gauntlet Gloves Automobile Gloves White Vests Evening Waistcoats Night feobes Overcoats Suits Full Dress Linen Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Umbrella Canes Union Suits Pajamas Raincoats caused a firm tone at the quotations showing net gains of Corn and provisions closed steady and oats December options closed Gloves andMuffllers Putin Fancy Christmas Gilts selected Until Clirtot Plttsburg 32 33 Ohio Cattle Supply light market tidy common to good fat fresh cows and common to Sheep and Lambs Market Prime good Mr 4 culls and veal heavy andthin Hogs 10 double decks market Prime hdavy Jight I j WEATHER cloudy Wednesday lo cal at night or Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia Partly cloudy Wednesday and WOOLEN HOSE Lu Met m MHa rea sonable employers liability act in both federal and state governments we could remove from the courts ninetenths of the suits for damagesgrowing out of personal Injuries and have just awards rendered by quasijudicial This would help the injured laborer to a quick recovery and would the courts and enable them to carry i on other legal for our trouble its not so much with wrong as with the delay in reaching right de i Tatt was urged to but he closed his address by thanking all of the speakers ftr the kind words they had said of I am glad to get the praise he for you remember the fellow who went in with a majority antt went out with Carnegie Makes a Carnegie created a storm of ap proval when he declared that be be lieved the problem of capital and la bor would be solved through a profit sharing which would make all men laborers and all men Gpiupers declared that every man associated with organized labor fcoped that Tafts administration would be preeminently successful and would bend every effort to the attain ment of that Ingalls in assailing the Sherman antitrust law said it shouldbe entire ly wiped out and that the government should begin over He said prac tically every capitalist and every la bor organization man in the country la subject to a in the penitentiary If the provisions of the law ars en forced within ten The companies pro pose to bring in nonunion miners and when this done trouble is Meetings the miners and operators were held at several places on Paint creek The operators told the men that the reduction was necessary and that since the joint ventlon held tn this city last week had failed they did not consider the con tract any longer in Only fourteen mines will be affected by the These mines ar owned by the Paint Creek Collieries com the Imperial Colliery company and the Coal SCHWAB SAYS CUTWOULDHURT He Argues Against Low Tirtff on Steel COST HAS GREATLY INCREASED When Confronted With Statement Made In 1899 That Rails Coat 112 Ton to He Declares the Coat Is Now Says OpenHearth Process It Supplanting Bessemer and That Electric Process Will Eventually Supersede the Open Hearth Disagreeing with the published views of Andrew Carnegie with regard to the steel schedule of the Charles former president of the Unit ed States Steel gave val uable testimony before the house ways and means While he practically admitted that the conditions which existed nine years ago would have permitted a reduction in the steel schedule at that he said that the post of every item enter Ing into the manufacturer of steel rails had Increased to such an extent that the present conditions must be changed to permit of tariff In five years there will not be a Bessemer steel converting works left In the United Schwab pre Bessemer steel will be of no The same Is true of structural steel aa well as They will be made by the openhearth Costly changes in the const ruction of the plants will be necessary to make improvements In the method of Schwab also declared that with in ten years the openhearth process would be superseded by the electric system of which was be ing developed In These changes in the process of manufacture Increase the quality of the he but they also slightly Increase the cost of pro k Schwab said he was not In favor of any change In the tariff on steel and steel A moderate change would not make a material he but a radical change might do considerable He admitted that the tariff could be taken off iron ore without the value the Mesaba ore of this Schwab stated that the Steel of which he 14 imports all of Ita iron from Chairman Payne of the committee began a crossfire of asking a letter which had been referred to by a previous This letter was written by Schwab to Henry Prick on May and stated that rails were being made for less than a or near ly less than ttie cost in steel magnate said that the letter In regard to which be was being UonQd had been prepared at Frlcks solicitation was written itt an optimistic Schwab gave a detailed ent of the cost of making pic Iron and steel whichIndicated that the present of manufacturingpig iron is a as compared with a ton In while the cost of steel rails today is a aa pared with a ton nine years is 1 1 rffS I J Night Rider Jury Being JJnioh work of selecting a Jury to henr the cases of the eight man charged with murder in connection with the recent nightrider raids in tbe Reeifoot lakeN district began here this One hundred and ten witnesses have been Bubpenaed for the alate and a number for the defousa Food is more healthful and nutri tious when raised with Chltf Blflflya Body 8M body 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