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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                icfctrrt ifigrjr Come Berc And As You Like Them CITY RESTAURANT rUoUT RIDER REVEALS ALL mui THIS OF mm YOU EVER HUD HHY WORK DONE Otihflnc JIM Bye tl t MMtaM fot forhTf yon yon try than of elemlns niisi very lowest Qenttamen We will and Srws your clothea tor man amount of a We can for them and alao CaQ vft up by either Make no be sure and New VoiH Cleaning Dyeing Nrftin Office 102 Main Qreenvilie Bell phone 215 J Branch UfflowR Sharptville5 Walnut PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Stylet We are open from now till and are ready to give you better values for your money than you ever had All Suits and Furs at Extra Low Come In and see them the best is the 7O8 State Street From No at lit HUM and Until to WltMraw Her Cult fror NtgM Mltfor rohrlnjoV of Alltpd of CaptalH Qtitntfn Union The tate practically its case acalnat toe night riders on trial for tho murdor of Ranken whon It drew from Frank a ot the a dotaDod ittiftmenl of the Ranken af fair and a aottise or more of other It alao called W the ataad TtHirman OM of tho two women aatd whipped by the band and had heir tell her The tcatlmony of Frank who aecualag the men oft trial of being awtuaj par the murder of Captain the has tad s Jndge sent ont the Jury before eonrt adjewrned and aatstt There are eight defendants ehftrged with a eayttal They are not hand cnled ana ere under guard of only two I hat think this is Therefore I order sheriff to handcuft nten and Ask tho mill to detail ten armed mm to serve The aefsnes Aronaly hut tho eanrt to withdraw the Attorney Oesteral CaMwell The order advisedly uson information which ready offlcers of whleh Infetaiatlon was se rions enough to Jnstlfy sn In taking every aM SAYS CARNEGIE ftsWstA Sat fiatsttssftflh rWit n iwinp nfrar TARIFF IS NOT Man Who Made Untold Millions In Business Takes sane With Oary and Charles Refuses to Olve Saying They Are Not Steel Cooperation Makes S1S a Ton en Its intire Annual given with enactnaaa of antatet the peoplo who tkiongod the Qovemor Pattoraon has promised an uncondfttqnal pardon toFehrtnger for turning ttatea ert y rifttreo Me Oave Tariff president of the hoard directors Of the ateal afterteadlng the teetimony oj Carnegie before j the wv and cpnunMtee said that while his contra dieted by Mr they were nev erthelOM the accurate computation Induatry of the UnlUd has reached point where It not need protection can atbne in com with the world was the fea ture of the teaflinibny of Andrew Car nefle before the committee on ways and of house of representa which U securing evidence to aaaiit It la the preparation of a new tariff was not wHling to deal a man thirty olSor and lived with him four a child was Last Auguat bin for charging aakVoal Eafly n tho her home and left word that and tho Oho failed to on a aaooad Ttilt her fatter OB bwh occatlona wtt it her The rldera afam Cor on at digt they ie her to find her Bedroom Sited with masked and armed A man whom she said she recognlted as Fred one of the Ken standing so close that She could We have come to tell you tor the last time that you must dismiss that Pinion is charged with llriaot withdraw she Two Others of the band dragged her from the bed In her night They hurried her about 350 yards away and one of them beat her across the shoulders with a After the flrat beating asked her If she would dismiss the suit She said Then the coat of steel production ngurea that 1 gave the ways and cofiiiplttee with reference to the of ateel are abso lutely Judge It too erloua a natter to give infor mation on so iMpprtant topic that may be wrong or When I told the committee what it cottier toi produce toM then what I know to be the and truth based upon careful as well M complete knowledge and experience In oonirectlon with the ateel full Importance of I certaloiy did not testily I had i full comprehension of what was bUui sonlht by I gave the lafotmatton I OU according aa I knew aipl believed It io be As to Carnegies remark about the monkey In which tantel the cat to rake the cheatnata Of the Jfcdge Oary laid J dont crttlcMie Car He is a ftna man and I roajly doit thlnh he Beant what bo aaid lit ate refffenoa to way of saylnc aaaaethlng 1n a certain I of what he I can only re peat that my shall not htafBaore than GERMAN AMBHSSAOOR GOES TO WASHINGTON Comt Von Bernstoill Pleased td Gem to twin ABE HESSES The more figures you get the more you will be I dont judge by figures given by interfiled he I Judge by The former steel magnate said that Judge Oary had Issued aa annual state njont showing the Steel corpora eUllj could oWef oa that the steel he was a ouslneM Itself ana the eost to one man was a very iltarent thing from the cost to When a gentleman of Judge Garys he comes to you and tells yon he does not need a taritt you ought to believe Insisted in reply to questions by BOdynge that the railways werenot paying too much for steel The steel rail he were tuaklng a fair Can you tell us where get the figures on the present cost of mak ing steel I dont kndw whether you can get the Vf a judge was Interested In a cae you wouldnt respect his would you he referring to the manufac turers who have appeared before the His solicitude lot hta weaker breth ren Is said referring to Judge contention that the smaller steel manufacturers could not stand or the abolition of the duty on Garnegta nald that the manufac turers of make a ton of tinplato a shade cheaper than it could be made and tn reply to a tlon from Longworth said that the cost of manufacturing steel Is greater In Great Britain than Speaking M the testimony of Judge Oary before the Car neglessld Cat aM You should not place any real value on the of Interested Oary said that the Steel corpora tlon could stand for a reduction in the tariff on but that die smaller steel Manufacturers oonld hot surrlve with lowered That Is Hke one of hlcb he said equaled a profit of a ton on all steel Carnegie avoided direct re plies to questions en to whether the cost of producing steel at the present time given by Judge Oary and aehwab was es ttntate W the present cost ki baaed on entirely nlflwent Ideas than his eaU mate on the cost In was all that i Vi W had made a prolU of Judge Gary like the New Count Helnrlch the new Ger man ambassador to Uie United accompanied by the countess and tlieJr left for Washington having landed last from the HamburgAmerican lliier Ainerlka Thii is the ambassadors lirst visit to to a question Carnegie deciajred file ojt theduty steel wouW not fteceisarlly affect the Be EuroUe cbiild not compete with the AmCricp He also said that If the tigures given hy former witnesses were absolutely oorrect ateel Stock would be selling aary Lovahle tut i characterised a Gary a moat lovable but a vary shrewd the opinion that would not be reduced If the waa lowefed or removed He was utterly opposed to ah Income as he with Mr that such a tax produced a nation of Pressed with questions from a Carnegie arose from his seat and dramatically declared that he was a I he to furnish to the consumer a cheaper sup Ply and a more regular supply than Ke could get and if after fortj years experience we cannot develop steel with that condition our protective policy In that instance would have been a failure instead of the trlumplian success it has pKibkey who desired the nut wanted the oat to pull them out of the Chairman Payne said that Schwab put the coat of producing pig Iron at between and as com pareO with or In What Ira him about this he was that the figures were so nearly equal to those compiled by the bureau of corporations from the books of the Steel you have a maan ol figures and you will never arrive at re Mid Carnegie Carnegie told tho committee th It must not base Its conclusions on th oomparlnona of the cost of labor hi this country and abroad as furnished them by It it takes two Qreat IsrUala to turn ont it UkeB with our modern flitter ence would not be no was his The cost of producing rails at Gary wont be half as much as the cheaper cost of labor 1 Buy Useful Buy Wearable Gifts where min Get the best Buy practical mas shopping at Hesses then youll be sure the quality is Buy mens gifts Do your Christ to Bath Robe Smoking Jacket House Coat Neckwear V t llfiifflers V Silk Suspenders Dress Shirts Fancy Wool Hose Soft Hats Stift Hats Opera Hats Dress Suits Collars and Cuffs Fancy Vest v Stickpins Sweater Veat Cuft Links Sweater Coats Shirt Studs Athletic Jerseys Silk Hose Fur Lined Gloves Lisle Hose SUGGESTS TRAMP FARMS New Solution of Old Problem Pro posed in New Hughee has been requested by Com missioner Hebberd of the New York city charities department to include In his annual message to the legislature a recommendation for the establish ment of farm colonies for tramps The object of the proposed Institu tlon IB to reform and Instruct habitual drunkards and those COUN6ILMEN UNDERCHARGES SeieaPttUbifi City Fittun ill Two Ajrwirt RELEASED IfflQER HEAVY IA1 t Aoeueationa Formulated by the VeterV Civic League Allege Corrupt Solicitation aM formation Affflitt Rarttter and VIIMck Charges Thorn Having Paid Bribe of 917300 to Com mon Klein In Return for Votes on Certain council oB and two bankers of this cttj arMatod last night on charges of con corrupt toUcttatlon and brlfc ne by Votore by the lawyer and The couacllaien arrested are Com mon William president Joseph chairman at the finance committee Captain John Hugh Jacob mad Select Coun cilman All are oahnl datea for reelection under the now ward division of the The bank arrested are preet and AnjMst cashier of theqerman National Councilman Sot fei Atkinson gare hall while Counollmen Was sop atalnst whonj were two charted hail vilsack entered luMl Nf and in tho custody of looking tor tno tamo amount at Tko UtormatloB acalntt cllmon tfcom wlUr to control wHh corrupt In with a number of ordlnanoM mentioning thj depoiltorles or dlnancea among but without mention of any epociac of at an Iden tical except with the change tho specifies that they paid to John Klein to aid in tho paaaago of the measure which deiig nated the Qermin National bank and five aa city As the Votent league la back of tho oatlre courcllraanlc proaocutlon Attor ney Leo the prealdent of the otgantutton the Bayiag be wouldnot antwer any ques tions concerning the nor add anything to the formal statement The Voters league many has been collecting evidence of bribery in The evidence secured was submitted to Watson and to Sterrett After consultation with Willis Me Shiras and law yers on the executive committee of the and after going over tho proofs all of the lawyers agreed that Informations should be ThiB Is the The end la not Pointing his iflnger at the committee I guilty of railroad such as Silk Lined Gloves Golf Gloves Gauntlet Gloves V Automobile Gloves White Vests Waistcoats Night Robes Overcoats buits for Full Dress Protector Linen Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Umbrella Canes Underwear Union Suits Pajamas Raincoats and raising his voice to its highest he declared that the steel in dustry was now in the position where It can We are now men and we caij beat the world In tho manufacture of There is no reason for the tariff on he again Yon Should not coddle the industry with Srioujd Take Qarya was Questioned at Btealing rides on obstructing Bryan at Bryan delivered his wellknown lec The Prince of In the West End theaterhere to an audience that greatly overtaxed the Lattnr wan honor guest at a banquet in the j where there were 700 At the Country club as William Critically WllliaJBV U former state who haa been 111 at his home is re ported to have taken a turn for the In extremely Pain With Carhollo Wll a building committed suicide by taking carbolic WUlijiou had been subject la Gilts selected Early will be Laid Aside Until Christ mas Abe Hesse Correct For Men Gloves andMuffllers Putin Fancy Christmas COUNT VON while Countess Von Bern although In New had not been here for twentyfive The Ambassador looks forward with extreme Interest to his work in Wash ington and has prepared for it by much Thanks to the confidence of the emperor and the imperial govern said Count I am intrusted with the difficult responsi bility of succeeding Baron in representing my country BO well n America had the good fortune also to win the confidence of the gov ernment and people of tho United My deep desire is to promote mu tual good will and I know no other way of doing BO except by openness and complete good While I am In Washington there will be no tery about German pirns in all that lates to the United 1OOO The training received School Gets Results leads to a good We wilt act be able to supply the demand for graduates during the next YOU enn have a position if you will get Catalogue LE COMMERCI4L COLLEGE UNDER SEALED ORDERS Battleship and Cruiser Sail Fjrom Hampton Roads on Secret cruise North Carolina and battleship Maine have nailed from Roadsun der The destination ot neither vessel is and It Is he jteved here that both are hound for Venezuelan The North the Mon hs basn convey Taft t0 OH Fagged Out Women BEECHAMS PILLS Strengthen the Weaker Sex Strength is the real need of sickly Strong women are well and cheerful Weak women are sickly and Ill health affects womens tempers and Women who work in factories and offices women who arc burdened with the cares of the frequently find them selves tired and The dark circles under the the paling and aching tell of a weakened condition of the nerves and organs calls for When you feel wrong take Beechams They make the They strengthen the cleanse the tone the clear the aid digestion and encourage the This they do in a natural quickly and For womanly ills there is no better Weak become sick women grow nervous women get control of themselves after A Short Courte of Becchamt Pillt   

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