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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RSTAB1JSHED DECEMBER Rose Cream Jelly For the hands and face Nothing better for chaps For Sale At Wests Drug Store Any Overcoat Hat Pins made out of Real Roses Hungry Come Here And All Kinds of Oysters As You Like Them CITY RESTAURANT FA VORS CONTROL BY GOVERNMENT Gary of Steel Corporation Makes Remarkable Proposal SPEAKING IN PERSONAL SENSE HAVE YOU EVER HAD ANY WORK DONE By the New York Cleaning and Dye ngworks If It Is needless for us to recommend our If you lave we would ask you to try us and see for practical demonstration la better than prom We do all klnda ot cleaning and dyeing at the very lowest Gentlemen notel We will sponge and press your clothes for the small nmount of a We call for them and also Call up by either Make no mis be sure and get New York Cleaning Dyeing Wks Main Office 102 Main Greenville Union phone 173 T Bell phone 215 J Branch Offices MercerL Frank Walnut Street Real Rose Hat Pins h does not seem yet tt Is thM these Ptae an BMKto out of live changed into OMtsl by a secie t This dbcortry Is without douMooeof the lost sits o the sncic tt They ate the most twautUul Made in Italsbes to confotm to the prevailing SU stow Doot hi to COOM In sod sect These are thoffcnuioe DBLAMOTHE Reel ROM Dunlap PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenville puts this store in the first rank as Ladies tor 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 every will please The Same Old Stand 7O8 State Street Chairman of Directors of SoCalled Steel Testifying at Tariff Attitude of His Com pany and of Himself as an Individ ual Toward Remodeling of Steel of Tariff Removal of He Would Kill Competi tion at you pro tect our competitors you leave us above protection and I believe that tho Steel corporation should make public its affairs and submit to government was the remarkable declara tion of chairman of the board of directors of the United States Steel at the tariff hearing before the house ways and means com This is he but re member that 1 am not speaking for the Steel corporation In saying Judge like Charles was an admirable giving much information and submitting to a severe His testimony lit substance showed the tariff Is needed more as a protection for the Independent steel manufacturers than for the Steel Judge Gary declared that the reduction of the duty on certain steel products would compel the steel com panies to reduce the cost of He that the competitors of the Steel corporation needed but that the corporation could take care of Suppose this committee were to wipe out the steel duty tho United States Steel corporation would Btlll survive inquired Representa tive Champ Clark of Icaunot replied Judge but 1 am of the impression that If we did we would have a monopoly ol the market in ihis I dont think we could make a reasonable and fair profit if the tariff is put on that The Cost of Steel Judge Gar was asked to give tho cost of manufacturing steel The steel gave the following fig ures for rail making by the Bessemer price In he is a ton and the export price in Great and In France there is adlfference of They do In Europe as they do said the dump their surplus In foreign markets when ness Ig dull In their Representative Champ Clark asked why the American manufacturers did not sell the surplus In the home mar suggesting that railroads which buy iron rails Instead of steel rails then would be able to buy the latter because of cheaper No railroad that Is able to pay a ton for rails has gone without them because they cost replied the wit I think this question should be approached from a different Bland 1 dont think that a manufactu on account of the tariff or anything should get more than a fair re j turn on lUs If he doesnt charge a fair price he ought to be com pelled to sell for Publicity and Government Clark Inquired how Judge Gary proposed to prevent the manufacturers from charging a price that gave them more than a fair return on their In By publicity and government con trol of the he respond adding that he was merely giving his personal Is it true thai the United States Steel corporation fixes the price of steel and steel products asked Certainly KNOX TO ADVISE PRESIDENTELECT Assistance Desired in Filling Other Cabinet Places HAS BEEN INVITED TO AUGUSTA PEACE OAY to Made In ChurehM Promote Universal In churches to the District of Columbia and alsothroughout Uie country to morrow will appropriate to tho day will be preached the efforts of the American BO clety tq and good will among jthe nations of the designation of the day was made a month poae It the un PresidentElect In Announcing oppose That Knox Will Be Secretary of j State He Expects to Consult Freely With Him In Arranging AT States by the whose pur ls to arouse general Interest In rersal peace movement and to the enlargement of the United II Acceptance of Important fairs For Taking Hold on March expres Expresses Gratification at of gave 1 congre elect Taft has confirmed the news pubsupper lished previously that Senator Knox of Pennsylvania has accepted the bishop post ot secretary of state in the new differe The tender was made la New York last Sunday morning and cal nal the formal acceptance was received last I feel that I am to be congratu lated In securing the services of Sena tor Knox in my said Judge Taft id making the In Alto selecting a secretary of state I wanted which At the universal peace congress held In Lon Ion in July all througl distinguished representatives ed sympathy with thepurpose It Is The j his theN Lambeth s of Episcopal passed resolutions of sympathy it sent to the peace ss by a delegation of and Protestant clergymen of it nations urged that work for ud arbitration became a practf the churches Then how Is It that for some yeart man wjho would fill the public not I only here but abroad as a man who stands out preeminently as a groat j Knox was a great attorney general he was a prominent candl i dale for the presidency and he Is roc I ogntzed In the senate and elsewhere as j one of the great lawyers of that Judge Taft also feels that from a po I lltlcal viewpoint the selection of Knox Is most He explained that there was often a feeling that the state of with its as sured Republican often j was alighted In the matter of recog nltlonj in the high councils of tho That this will not be the case in the next administration was Indi cated Taft Knox might ELBERT back the price of steel rails has been a ton The price tixed in 1899 at a conference of steel manufacturers and process Cost of pig iron for the advice of a few rail of steel converting pig road companies as to what would be a Iron into converting In gots into Cor 84 cents for administration and 81 cents Jujlge ewvpjjip nf rails BUSINESS DIRECTORY GREENVILLE TAILORING A REAL TAILOR ABE HESSE by the announcement by that he should invite Senator to come to Augusta that he ot su SCHOOLBOYS FIGHT FIRE Altoonja High Damaged Worth by Fire In a Ore caused nearly damage to the Altooua high school said to be the 11 liesi structure of its kind Hi the effective workwaa done by school boys twelve to eight een yfears who fought gallantly with the of water plajingon fire before interior of the building Is badly damaged and valuable machinery of the manual training training depart ment i donated by the Pennsylvania Railroad company at a cost of is under fivefeet anddoubt less schoolwas complet ed two years a cost The gong for the flre drill was sounded ami the thinking tt was for a formed in line and marched quietly The flre orig inated in the lumber room beneath the 1JT D consult him freely with STRIKEMAY END o filling other places In his cab en ce he said that he felt the need h advice as he should be able to obtain from Kuox regarding not only the cabinet but many matters preliminary to the beginning of his ad That Knoxs influ ence will be potent was freely admit ted bj Th make hesitation of Senator Knox to a more speedy decision Is inter BISHOP Tailoring In all Us Alter Pressing and Clean Corner Main 224H and Mercer RESTAURANT SMITHS CAFE Best Things to Eat served In the best Is making a reputation for Try us If not a Shop Buy Useful Buy Wearable where men Get the best Buy practical mas shopping at Hesses then youll be sure the quality is Buy mens gifts Do your Christ to for The place to eat la at SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer transient and local wellcooked moderate MEAT MAKKET Pium corner Brie alms to furnish the finest quality of When you buy your milk ef 21 North Mercer you get the best and PHOTOGRAPHER WEBERS 11V6 OANAL AH the latest stylos In cards folders for 1908 now new and IV M The old motto Not the cheapest prices best goods at the lowest market Our reputa tion for SI Enuf Bath Robe Smoking Jacket House Coat Neckwear Mufflers SJk Suspenders Dress Shirts Fancy Hose Wool Hose Soft Hats Stiff Hats Opera Hats Full Dress Suits Collars and Cuffs Fancy Vest Stick Pins Sweater Vest Cuff Links Sweater Coats Shirt Studs Athletic Jerseys 1 Silk Hose Fur Lined Gloves Lisle Hose Silk Lined Gloves Golf Gloves Gauntlet Gloves Automobile Gloves White Vests Evening Waistcoats Night Robes Overcoats buits Full Dress Protector Linen Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Umbrella Canes Underwear Union Suits Pajamas Raincoats Wearable for IVIen and Gilts selected Eariy will be Laid Aside Until Christ mas Abe Hesse Cor reel Clothes F o r M e n Gloves andMuffllers Putin Fancy Christmas fair price for Since that time the steel manufacturers have adhered to that and 1 doubt if any of them would cluuigo it without notify ing the They have no agree ment and do 1101 have any I believe tills lo lie one Is the uf iie knowledge which each of iliuui liS o others business lo Ki one seems Uiul iu iiricc Is a fair Msnl Ilial yon liavu sych a control of the indiistfy if you BKMl Ihe price none of InCapeml manufacturer woiikl ilre lo set a price below yours ufkod That may be true UK far as steel rails are Judge Gary re but cumllittfrd liis answer by say Ing lie lid nol Ihat the Steal corporation has a hod the Indus bill that the independents recog nized lie advisability of maintaining one Suppose the Steel corporation put the price up to a ton do you think that there Is an independent manufac turer who wouldnt mark his price up to a ton because you had marked yours up Independents Would Follow Suit 1 cant was tlie except that 1 think they would marl the price Judge Gary admitted that the Steel corporation couhl drive the in leijendHiits out of business In a com letition because the Steel corporation an produce rails cheaper than the in Judge Gary said Chat the Steel cor loratlon could not survive in the tin late industry without a possibly j preteq here to his desire to arrange with due regard for the interest of the party and his state for relinquishing his seat In the Regarding the tip that George Wlckershani of New York would be at torney general In his Taft said that he had not yet determined on anyone definitely for the attorney It Is his desire to fill this jlace with an administrativegenius who will accomplish a reorganization of the department as well as the legal phases of the department of commerce and labor and the Interstate commerce commission to the end that the work of these three branches of the govern ment may be coordinated and brought Into close and harmonious ltOt The training received at The School That Gets Results leads to a good We will not be able to supply the demand for graduates during the next can have a position if you will get Catalogue MEADVILLE COMMERCUL COLLEGE Governor of West Virginia Suggests Baals of early of the differences be tween the operators In the Paint creek coal mining district Is In dicated by conferences and suggested compromise in which the offices of Governor pawson have been Invoked The foyejnor proposes that tlje min ers agree to ten and hat the operators to pay the prices here tofore existing and to check off not exceeding bff cents a month for dues to the coal miners union from the wages of each miner who consents The operators appear to be favora bly Impressed with the and the miners will give a definite answer before JAMBS the Thelr ess than tho present duty on this Representative Clark wanted to now bow much profit the United States Steel corporation is Judge Gary said that the interest paid out amounted to the divi dends paid out that a sur plus of has been accumu ated and that has been paid out for He said that total profit on the capitalization equaled 7 310 per KILLED INJOXING BOUT Widowed Mother Loses Her Only Sup port by Tragic Cur age was killed In a box tog bout with Benjamin age at the Broadway Athletic The death of Curren came as the clltnax to a series amateur were witnessed by a large There had been nine bouts when who was the sole sup port of his widowed asked per mission to po He had participat ed in preliminaries several times be fore and boxed under the name of Micky Kills Himself Before be fore a mirror In the bathroom of his Colonel March a stock seut a buMet through ills He left a note as cribing 111 health as the GUSSWORKERSQUIT WORK AT MIDNIGHT Oil WAR DECLARED IN BONNIE SCOTLAND Stanteiils Peace Ttrais Re trial anct hlr i JPhili the execut sum of this ball to court The defends their homes who had V had physl The were 1 Surety vice presld REGRETS LEAVING SENATE Senator Knox Says He Answers Call as One of Public discussing his said I have been persuaded by thosu with whom I have consulted that It is my clear duty to 1 will teava the senate with great as I have enjoyed Its duties and and with even greater reluctance will lay down the commission of the people of Pennsylvania who have so splendidly supported me by their ap proval of my public With he public serv ice is a duty which I accept not be cause of any honor which I feel I ma derive but because I tea that I owe it to my state and my coun I accepted philo sophically the offices which have come to being content to remain where I serving aa long I was doingjr my duty Press Demand for 25 Per Cen the maud of an increase of 25 per cen will be enforced by the National Win dow OlasBworkers by such methods a the situation may warrant Is the pos tlon taken by President Faulkne of that The officers of th union are despite the state tandard Oil companys invasion of the Scotch market threatens to about a rate war between It and the Scotch oil Having established tanks In several the Standard OH Ills submitted an offer to the leading wholesale ifirms to acquire their retail connections on the basis of a liberal purchase sum and participation in the roflts for the next five The icotch companies have not yet decided upon concerted but the big Glasgow house of Pumpherstone has resolved to fight the Standard by establishing tank distributing de pots throughout Scotland DIES IN HOTEL LOBBY Matthew Ruddy Stricken at Oil City With Heart Oil age a guager for the South Penn Oil company at died suddenly from heart fail ure In the lobby of the American hotel In Oil who was formerly chief of police at prominent In politics was on Ws way to Bradford from arriving In Oil City from He leaves seven sons and four The body was taken to Bradford rthls morning tor I vllle David Coatesvllti Mclver i STRII OlaMworkeir Clarkubur operatives and the rles wea lug to the to adopt plants hUBii The Adamsterjij will continue to as they hundred men i Coffe dow dow Olasa vllle Window midnight f Disaster Causedby the explosion in the Marlanna mine of the company last No vember when 164 lives were was caused by a blownout shot which Ignited gas and isthe verdict re the secretes klnif i meats by various manufacturers that turned by a coroners jury after tak they will close their We are ready to demand our rights and we shall see that get j said President Ing testimony for two did know whether Foraker would I Arrives at Senator Faulkner had nothing to say reForaker garding the statement from Plttsburg personal representative said that that the machine workers will not V At Bandusky it Is stated that 250 men employed at the works of the special terprise Glass company quit work at fcnWea and the company 9jiil Plate muufMtwiv refusing to recognize the new Machines in 18 dwt wiilshe Installed as soon as Is iBtga ot   

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