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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                1 4 J KSTAbiJBHBD No r PRICE TAFT REPEATS TARIFF VIEW3 Mikwlirnest Statement at tiw RECALLS PLATFORM PLEDGE Preeenee ef Many Distinguished and Wealthy at Annual Din the PVertdenMlect Aeserts That It Would Be letter to Have No Revision at All Rather Than One Net In Accordance With Promise Prior to Election end ty Methods to New his stay In New York to a Presi dentelect Taft was the guest of honor at one of the moat notable banquets ever held In this city It was the twentythird annual dinner of the Ohio society in Now but around the 100 tables placed in the grand ball roojn in gallery of were men gatheretTWoro every section of the country and lead In many walks of Taft took advantage otthe oc In a speech filled wltlt more earnestness than any he has delivered dnmi his election to pledge his admin istration and his go far as can control to a loyal adherence to the Chicago He dwelt al most wholly upon the revision of thu which he singled out as the most ImpotanV declaration made at the last and after having previously referred to the power of the chief executive said with all the emphasis of which he was cap able Better revision at better that the new bill should unless we have anhonest and thorough revision on the basis laid down and theprinci ple outlined In the party Taft also referred again to the Sherman antitrust law and declared for Its enforcement as one of the Roosevelt policies that the party had pledged Itself to carry At the Presidents Seated at the presidents table with Taft were the vice president Governor Hughes of New Henry presl dent of the society Horace Taft of Arthur HAVE YOU EVER HAD ANY WORK DONE By the New York and Dye ing works If it Is needless for us to recommend our If yon have we would ask you to try us and see Mr practical demonstration Is better 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 smal amount of a We call tor them1 and also Call us up by either Make no mis be sure and get New Yorfc Cleaning toeing Wks Main Office 102 Main Greenville Union phone 173 T Bell phone 215 J Branch Offices MercerL Agtl Sharpsville5 Walnut Street PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes fofthe well dressed women of Greenville puts this store in the first rank as Ladies for we have the Tailor Made Suits Silk Skirts Waists Opera Coats Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony Our sterling display of Neck Pieces and Muffs in all at every will please The Same Old Stand 7O8 State Street Join one of those who responded to the toasts Plerpont Paul Qor Franklin fort of New Secretary Frank Bishop Leonard of General Admiral Casper Goodrich and At one of the tables near that of the guest of honor was perhaps the most notable group of financiers ever gath ered together at a dinner in this coun All the diversified Interests and eocalldd Wall crowds were There were Harrl James George president of the First National bank feoige Perkins of Morgan Gary of the Steel corpora John Frank vice president of the New York Life Insurance company StoteDury ot Morgan of Phiifielphlaand Charles Steele of Morgan ft At another table find rivaling In the attention of the diners the fourTafts at the presidents table were four John William Rockefeller and Rocke With them sat Arch the active head of the Standard Oil and John the special counsel Kellogg and Cromwell Frank who has been prosecuting the Standard Oil com and William Nelstm so prominently brought to the front In the recent Panama canal were near to the Rockefel Thomas Ryan sat at a table with James Lord Revelstoke and Paul Melville Wade Leslie Slyron Her Justice William Robert Charles Treat and Del avan Smith were others among the more than 900 The galleries of the grand ball where the speeches were were filled with an assemblage of splendidly gowned who Joined with theTnen be low In the enthusiastic tributes of cheers and applause paid to Taft and in but slightlylesser degree to Governor SENATE ORDERS INVESTIGATION TWO MULE LON tOfiTUHE ENDS Bid For Bryans Pet Raised Man Dies After Suffering Eight Presidents Message COMMITTEE GIVER AUTHORITY Object to Aldrleh Revolution Dealing With Matter Too ef Message Referring to Secret Service Declared to le Deliberate ef Inquiry Is to Learn What Founda tion President Vtased Alleged senate de cided definitely upon an In vestigation relative to the portion of the annual message of the president which criticizes the action of congress in the detail of secret serv ice men to duty In Other The resolution directing the inquiry bad been In contemplation aver since the message but there had been some difficulty in arriving at the terms In which It should be couched and In agreeing ujjon the In Mount claim of Allegany thaUit j Is entitled to the trick mute of Bryan because of having shown the largest Democratic gain of any county In the country is disputed by local They assert that the Ma rlon county Democratic vote was 60 per cent greater this year than In Bryan receiving votes to Parkers Aliegany county claimed the mule because of a gain ot 22H per FORM ISLAND REPUBLIC Natives Down of Hokahango Haul the British Advices werebrought by the steamer Makura from Australia ot the hauling down of the British flag by the natives ofHo kahango Island in the who have declared a The In the movement Is a native Some of the natives who refused to Join the movement were haled before the judges and WAGES A MONTH But Pullman Porters Dont Need Declares tipping sys tem as it obtains in Americaand par ticularly as it applies to the Pullman With Broken eight years of tr ure from a broken back Frank Sunojval is dead His was one of the re cases In medical annals of a man living for any considerable time after the spinal was v Contrary to the expectation of physi he retalined in a slight degree the use of us limbs for several but was unable to either stand or to He He was confined to a wheelaj Progressive decay of his nen a beginning in the wat ultimate cause of CASTROS RULE IS REFORMERSMEET TODAY of the Civil Service League Begin in from all parts of the United States are as sembled here today to attend the twen tyeighth annual meeting of the Na tional Civil Service Reform The sessions of the feague take two during which time many topics of Importance those interest ed In state and municipal government will be Among the addresses to be delivered at the meetings of theMeague wlfl be the fallowing Civil Service Reform in the Nation al Charles general of the United States Workings of the Civil Service Law In George Wallace of the civil service commis PlUsburg Progress of Civil Service Reform in New president of Jeraey stateclvil service com XMAS NECKWEAR Largest assortment In town and L u rl e s 177 Main Street A R E H E S S E S 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 the quality is to for Bath Robe Smoking Jacket House Coat Neckwear Mufflers Silk Suspenders Dress Shirts Fancy Hose Wool Hose Soft Hats StiftHats Opera Hats Full Dress Suits Collars and Cuffs Fancy Vest Stick Pins Sweater Vest Cuff Links Sweater Coats Shirt Studs Athletic Jerseys Hose Fur Lined Gloves Lisle Hose at last decided that Senator Aldrlcli should stand sponsor for the measure and the Rhode Island senator took the floor and presented a resolution authorizing the Senator the caucus lead er of the also sent up a which somewhat more spn Both nreasures were referred to the committee on gent expenses and almost Immediately afterward Senator Kean from that com mittee reported back the AMrlch lutlon with a recommendation that it Senator Culbersbnmade prompt and It looked for a time as If the consideration of the subject would be An agreement was soon fixed whereby1 the 3ulberson provision was added to the Aldrleh The resolution as adopted in part is as follows The That that portion of the annual message of the president relat ing to the secret service Is hereby re ferred to the committee on appropria who are Instructed to Inquire whether the legislation referred to In the message has Impaired enV clency or sufflclncy of the forceent L ployeiyin the secret For the of carrying out the Instructions of the Ifcenate the commit tee on appropriations arehereby au I by subcommittee or other to sit during the sessions or receis of the to send for persons and to jsnVpanae to ad minister to examine witnesses tinder oath and sad committee arj further directed to soon from tnra to the re sults of their inquiry and to maUe such recommendations tJicy may pee lit with reference and further to report what H tlio senate should take with reference to ihat por tion of the Bailey to the resolu tion because t ld not drect the com mlttee to insure into he very iross and wanton words of the presidents So fara I am he no action should be taken on that resolution until that point is cov insisted that the resolution provided for just what Bailey but the Texassena tor retorted that If that was In the resolution it in mild terms Bailey in Talking The Senator Bailey Is not so careful In what he says about congress and I cannot un derstand why congress Is so careful abqut what It saysabout I re gard this as the most insulting mes sage ever sent to any I doubt if a mayor ever sent such a message to a corrupt city I believe in talking plainly to people Who talk plainly to No selfrespecting body should receive a message which im peaches its before Interstate Commerce Commis sioner Lane and Its existence ascribed to This statement was made byRichmond general man ager of the Pulhaen into whose rates Lane la The witness denied that the public tips the porter because lie Is and ob served The tipping system Is result of the persons who desire better service than their fellows and are willing to pay for What Is the salary of a Pullman Dean Inquired Attorney representing complain are paid a an the i Does the company furnish them their meals The company does I think It takes that mucjuto buy their said the LOST ON FAKE BOUT Chicago Man Claims to Have Been Duped by Fight man who claims he is Smith of Chi cago appeared against three men be fore an alderman charging con saying he was lured here for the purpose of buying coal lands and pending negotiations was induced to put up on a fake prize losing his The alleged conspirators were ar and it is believed they gave fictitious names at the Coiiiiney of Now York was I he name given byone defendant and the of a prominent citizen of was given by another of th accused The third man is a res ident of this All were held In bail for The jiolice declare thH they saved a man from Indiana from losing TAFT WITHDRAWS OFFER TO BURTON Cabinet BULLET ANSWERS BLOW Engineer Killed in Quarrel at general superintendent of the Freeburn Coal and Coke was and killed during a quarrel at Delorme by station agent for the Norfolk and Western railroad at that The men quar reled over the telephone regarding the handling of certain cars ot freight and an hour iafer when they met In the freight station the quarrel was re Smith struck Conners a stunning which felled him to the Before rising Conners drew a pistol and fired a bullet through Smiths fearing violence at the hands of miners who began flocking to the escaped across Tug river and Is still Smith formerly lived but for two years has been a civil aad miningen gineer In Southern West Silk Lined Gloves Golf Gloves Gauntlet Gloves Automobile Gloves White Vests Evening Waistcoats Night Robes Overcoats Suits Full Dress Protector Linen Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Umbrella Canes Underwear Union Suits Pajamas Raincoats HAZEL WOULD TESTIFY Boy Aceueed of Murder Demands Right to Co on Witness the seventeenyearold boy on trial here for his accused ot the murder ot tais mother on 11 it per go on the witness stand and deny that he beat his mother to death with a He Insists that he be tes tify In his wn behalf and has notified his attorneys that he will demand that He will according to his Alice that he did not slay hta Ahat he did not steal her that the money had was given him by his mother 3 New Is authority lively announced that the offer of a cabinet position to Congressman Theo dore Burton ot Cleveland had been withdrawn by Taft and would not be Burton had been mentioned as the probable secretary of the treasury in Tafts and it IB said that the portfolio had been definitely offered to i The statement followed the confer ence of Tatt with several Republi can leaders from Ohio during the It Is will now makean active contest In ttie Ohio senatorial Presidentelect Taft held the most Important political conference of his stay in New York when he met five of the Republftan state leaders ot Charles Taft ot Cincinnati was also present and when he was asked as to what bearing the conference may have upon his candidacy for the senate to succeed Senator Joseph Foraker he replied I am goingto Everything is The presidentelect has repeatedly announced that he is keeping hands off the Ohio senatorial Those who were at the were Arthur Walter Walter Henry Wil liams and Carml Mots Breakout in Cipitil Venezuela ABSENT DICTATOR REVILED and of President of Veneuelan Republic Are Destroyed In Public Property of Hie Frlenda Attacked and No Attempt le Made to Repreea ef Mobs Wrath fuses te Credit Prom Concerning via Wlllemstad people of Cara cas have risen against President Caa An Infuriated unhindered by the swept through the city wrecking the property of his hench men and closest The people rounded up all the statues pic tures Of President Castro from the clubs and other semipublic buildings them with rojoo1ng on tho Plaza Castros rule In Vene zuela probably is In spite ot Hollands warlike activ ity on the there have been ho demonstrations against the Nether lands they have all been directed against President Castro and acting President Castro of Venezuela maintains his composure In the of alarming reports which have been published here regarding the disturbances in When dispatches were shown to him that the people of Caracas had arisen afslnst burned the pictures and of the president in the public and hadmade an attack upon a num ber ot the atoms of several erf his and that several persons had killed after having one ot the members of his party make a transla tion of the e Into said quiet ly I dont believe 1 had dispatches from Caracas this but thev mentioned nothing of the New Aeroplne Feat by Wilbur Wright Le Mans the American made a most remarkable flight In his Instead of rising the machine shot up like a rocket to a height of 240 The aeronaut then permitted it to drop about fifty at which altitude he stopped the The machine gilded down and landing about three quarters mile from the starting Members of the English Aoro club who were present became wildly enthusiastic over the splendid per Ten Kled In Tunnel per sons were killed and fifteen Injured In a collision between a passenger train and a freight tflain in the Pouch tun nel town of Drive anit Hard Time tTnlon an entire r V devoted to an attempt to get a Jury to try elglrt riders on a charge of murdering Cap tain Rankir court adjourned with only two men 4n the Jury talesmen wore pay off his that he has no Idea who and that he knew noth Haledeclared that the resolu Ing of the crime until his arrest at the tlon was sufficiently strongly worded home of his to permit the committee on appropria tions to make the kind of report de sired by 1 would like to Inquire ot the senator from In terposed Tlllman Inhls piercing whether he thinks the senate bae been insulted Hale Insisted that everyone had his own opinion on that subject and anyone was as able as he to form an Tiilman said that accord Ing to the presidents message con1 gress Is composed a lot of rascals DEMAND OF UNION SHOTS GLASS PLANTS Owners Say They Cannot Pay and scoundrels who belong in the pen Hale replied that there a great deal of restlessness and indignation In the Fire Destroys Mining a meeting held here last night the inde pendent window glass operators ot West Virginia and Southwestern Penn sylvania adopted a resolution provid at jng for the shutting down of all win Enterprise has destroyed the slack boiler house and other buildings ot thr Fairmont Coal com la estlwiUed at Gilts selected Burly will be Laid Aside Until Christ Abe Hesse Gloves andMuffllers Putin Fancy Christmas For dow glass until the National As sociation of Window Qlassworkers either withdraws Us new flat which baa just been or agrees to a scale equal to ttte sliding which has been In operation since last December At the meeting Toledo Plant to Toledo plant of the Republic Iron and Steeir were represented factories located In employing 600 will sume operation 28 burg and Union months of Point Marlon and other Penn syivauia All other independents in this section have signified by wlroi Clear EyesSteady For The Largest Selection OF DuirtbU See L u r i e s 177 Street their approval of the The resolution denounced as unfair and Illegal the action ot the glass workers organization In terminating 1U wage and the de1 termination of to keep their until eucUv time M we to operate on Drtteot ecale or and offices are searching for men and women who thow by their 0701 and man ner that they can turn but good They are the first to be put on the pay in good andthe list to be laid off in dull Health is a big help in landing a and BEECHAMS PILLS quickly help men and women to You can get your stomach your blood the bowels the liver the nerves the head clear by using Beechams Take them wheneveryou are not feeling at vour They will keep you help you to do more and better work the quick and only way to S 1fn The Pag v r   

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