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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: December 24, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                BTABUBHED DECEMBER LEADERS A RE SENTENCED iti not too late for bwy here as Friday imniing will be OPEN CIIIJTMAS While Mitchell and Morrison Draw Nine and Six Months Judge Wright of District of Colum bia Supreme Court Them Qullty of Contempt of Court In Dis regarding Injunction In Stove and Range Company SAMUEL Twelve WMgfirPoT tne In Jail for Samuel court the District of Return nine months for John president one of the vice and six for Frank all of the American Federa tlcn in urder to Hccoinmo t date our customers Our line of substantial gifta 4s the 3 tally in tils Mills Gaff Buttons Mvfttort Hand Bags Umbrtllas Hats Shirt SMt f Hosiiry And One Hundred Other NICELY BOXED All our 1 are nicely boxed f suitable for mailing or at no extra L Stands for Luries and Come in and be con vinced of this fact Wa for contempt of court vMlat ing an order previouslyleaned ing them from ptaolng on the WJtalr or we dont patroalae llet the Stove and Range company of All three of the defendants u court when sentence waa and notice of anappeal tothe coan of appeals of the District ef Columbia at once was Qompere being re leased on Mltohell On and Morrison on In ad dition to the wife and daughter ot there were present a num ber of local labor leaders and others who were attracted by the notice that a decision in the famous case would be Comperes famUy were visibly With tears coursing down President Gompers heard the order Bf tlia court which to BI8 FIGHT WILL and seemed itmned by the ton Mltohell appeared to ileoM Asked If ho had why sentence should not bo President Oompars declared that he had not con oeiowely Rotated Tfcere was much tie would like to he but he could not do it at that JHe that a strug gle of working people of our coun try and It a struggle of the working people for the It a struggle tho struggle of the of Moor to throw off tome of tholour wfcteh have boon heaped tipon to some of the tOoecure of the rtffctf too Time Scrap For Americas Christmas Antipodean Talking of Moth Ing But Battle Between Texas Negro and FrenchCanadian Heavy Hot In Australia of Burns ind Jotas Mwtlng to Australia WILL BE NEXT DAY THERE PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles We are open evenings from now till and are rsady to give you better values for your money than you ever tiadtoeftfre All Suits and Furs at Extra Low Gome in and see them the best is the 7O8 State Street StMd of I Mliohell and Morrison confined themselves to an indorsement of what tempers had 1 The decision of Justloe wiiiclrconBunied two and minutes in was one the moat scathing that came from the bench In this the court within the courts and Insolent defiance heralded and proclaimed unrefined vulgar Indignity meas ures the conception of the trlbuftals his cause still The lawa command been ho to stand hands ot until Jus for this matter oo aacer he there had been i doflant coaflld precipitated In the light of between tTie decrees of a tribunal ordained by the government of ttti fed eral union and of the o an other federation growing up in too One or the he must for those who would mala w the land are pabllc New York time the i BRYAN REGRETS Pennsylvenie Did Setter Without Quffey Than With William Bryan arrived In this city to keep an engagement to lecture at the com menoement exercises of a local busi ness Whn asked concerning bis attitude toward another Democratic nomination for the presidency Mr Bry an said I hope It will never be necessary for me to run for office I would not promise anybody not to be a can dldate for any I have no regrets over the recent Everything done that we could see at the time Mial could be done I have no regrets about my course In regard to Colonel He de liberately conspired to defeat the will of the Democratic party In Pennsylva nla after It had been expressed at the in COUNCHMEN HaOFORCOUl SHriiig Testimony Nad We hours minutes earlier than New so that when the big black years whan Colonel Guffey the Wfeetber President Roooetvlt will take any boon urged to do In telegrams received frota dlf labor throughout the In connection with Judge Wrights not boon decid It was stated at the White It explained there that the presi dent has not read the decUlon and Aorefore cannot say if he will take There an that some action might taken if he abwuld be convinced that is If it should be assrmed upon Labor Organiaatiene The various labor organisations In protesting to the president against ths sentence urge him to prevent the In carceration of the labor The Illinois United Mineworkero sent this signed by President John the vice president aud seers tarytreasurer ana members of Ihe ex ieoutlve board In the name of nrinework In Illinois wedesire to protests against the recent decision committing to penal servitude those great com eei men get in all and representatives of the American labor Samuel John Mitchell and Frank These men be guilty of a breach of but a law that denies Hot Weather at cross arms It will be 26 and In the United States the Christmas will till be Alt Australia seems to have gone Hport over the although the I am still In politics and expect to be for about twenty and I shall make it convenient to he present when ever and wherever a man or group of men attempt to the Democratic six five hundred thousand voters of the De mocracy indorsed the platform adopt ed at 1 am satisfied that a great majority of those who voted the ticket honestly believed in the plat ind I shall cooperate with them rather iban with those who would at tempt to conciliate the special Inter ests that have defeated the Democratic Party and now dominate the countiy through the Republican part AMERICAN SAVANTS MEETING TODAY GOT ASTOUNDED BY EfflRUli t iS TOMMY enurcn people have made some effort Nothing else is talked en get together in all of the and there Is much betting on the Burns to have the call among the bet Mng men but followers of Johnson are CHRISTMAS clou at hand and no one can bo happy be tree from worry Get all those bills borrow onounh to pay them all and then pay year by paying cash for If you have no debts but wUhVtit tie extra to purchase We will advance It and you can pay It back In two or six We charge nothing for regard all or btulneM We Uve a reputatl011 for Special Bargains Jn Xmas Goods See our display of 5 and I Oc Our lOc China counter hM no equal in this Largest Post Card display 1C to values in Toys and When yowbuy glfta by what you woould want Appreciation of a gift lasts as long as the The glfta you find la a like ours have a lasting at half the price you pay elaewbere See our display In window with prices marked In plain figured LOAN OFFICE 107 Mam Four Doors From Hiw 6 ail 100 Store North Water Street ennsylvanla CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Every Lady should do her shopping early at every good assortment in different lines are being carefully looked over and selections made We have the best assortment of furniture that can be put in the same space and are daily setting aside Come in and see for You are always the use of a free press and full speech Is a breach of the fundamental princi ples of our Such decisions only tend to create enmity and class We respectfully solicit your fnfluence to prevent the Incarceration of these Pltteburg 2 yellow 78 1 full 14 IIU M Ohio light market di40 tidy 43 to goM fat good fresh cows and common to Sheep and Lambs Supply light market steady on sheep and stronger on good culls and veal heavy and thin Hogs Receipts SO double market Prime heavy light roughs Kidney Ailment wbo with any form of Kidney ailment no matter e tte r o doctors they bave con the to Kidney Remedy a it be to sec how quickly In tbe back loins win t7 th will he aurnrlied to see how ouloklT It rcdupcs the swelllnK In the feet ani uiBo pufflneM under the after of thl8 wnWjKn trill be delighted to see the color return to your ana fert tte thYui of rteor nnrt food If Toft Urine tWck or mlfky If It pale and If It 01 brlckduit if la or hns sn siiel nrlnnte ton should cur We believe this nmcay M will ho greatly reduced toy In the big crowd at the ringside there will be soen spurts from far away England and Ireland as well as a large delegation from across ilie Pa The visitors from Hie northern who left behind hem win try landed here In the midst 0f the Australian Its here at this lime of and shirt sleeves will be the style at Before the men gel together In the ring the main things tulked about In cafes here are their records and the fine way in which Bums has man aged to featherhis nest with the Win or the shrewd scrapper is to get whl Johnson will get only Much other cash will flow to the men In the shape of picture royal theatrical but In everything Burns will come In for the lions Burnss profits from the flghtwill be over He makes no bones of the fact that flght Ing is ibis business and he is In it for all he can Johnson Anxious to Johnsons supporters harp on the fact that he is so anxious to face Burns in the ring that he would al most flght him for Both men have good records as Burnss being more while Johnsons In tomorrows battle Burns Is ex pected to carry the war Into Johnsons territory as long as he Is able to fight on the while Johnson will probably rely on his skill as a long range boxer and try to stand off rushes until he is able to deliver a knockout A long battle in ex Many reports have come here from America to tie effect that Yankee look on the flght with suspi Itis declared here also In some that it will be a and It pointed out that terms of the con test are such that Burns has little In ducement to fight on the Australian sports are keec They would be the first to spot any faking and would be quick toresent They are going to give up a great deal of their money to see a and they want to see a real The general opinion there seenm to be that they will get Company tlgns the of the five local window glass companies signed the new scale and resumed It is the which The others maintain they will not accept the Woat Virginia Increasingi eloudl with probably Thursday liht or Friday warmer Western oloiiait fcjfaiiLIsiaiiltisVij V iif mamm Congress of South and Central America men are assembled here today for the opening of the panAmerican scientific Every nation in the westeui hemisphere has sent delegates here to discuss matters of moment to peo the subjects be dis cussed are agriculture various branches of engineer The United States of America represented by ten men of the highest standing in the scientific They are Professor Coolldge of the Harvard historical department and Pro fessor Hiram for the past Less Than One Dozen o Common It la Were Considered Above Bribery by W Called Blfl Preliminary Hearing All Are Held For District Attorney Declares Will Be Vigorously Prosecuted Dec AttOT ney Ulakeley declaies all energy will1 be used In prosecuting the graft and biibeij cases against the seven coun rllmen aud the foimer bank clals who held for coin t by Mag istrate Biady Kudence against the accused men will be submitted to the frand juiy bj the middle of By the lattei part of February His pected the trial of those After a three hours during which there was unfolded anastound tale of alleged plot latching and scheming among council the magistiate held that a prim facie case had been established against all of the nine Statements which Robert WHaon tea tifled had been made to him by three William John SV Cleln and J C Was were of a sen sational and Ineilminatlng These are the only Wilson he had talked Some Thrilling Here are some of the startling state ments sworn to by Wilson Brand and Klein each accepted for their part in the passage of olutlon for repaying a portion of Fourth avenue with wood block and Wasson MOO Klein said eightybight councllmen1 bad to be taken care of in the deposi tory deal and that there were only six members of ccmimon council who could not be One and onehalf per cent on the city deposits for two years was the price said to have been paid to the councllmen for passing the ordinance over the mayors said be had received between and In the nitration contract which he distributed among Klein marked the names of forty councilmen whom he said he could be reached by in the guise of agreed to donate to the campaign expenses of councllmen whom Wawon and Klein should and when would be anteed to go along on future Councilman on the Klein stated theie were councllmen who bad been on the payroll ot the Philadelphia company for under fictitious Klein showed a note for Of in a street railway company which a lot of old wanted a franchise for The note waa to bo caafaed after the company had been taken over by the Philadelphia com COLONEL five years curator of South American history and literature at The other delegates are Professor Leo of the University of Pennsyl a wellknown authority on Latin America Professor Paul Relnsch ot the University of well known for his writings on political science and colonial government Colo nel William Gorgas of the United States chief sanitary officer of the isthimian canal commission Wil liam chief of the bureau of American ethnology at the Smith sonian Institution Profeasor Bernard Moses of the University of George Rommel of department of Professor William Shepherd of Columbia university and Professor William Smith of Tulane HUMAN DUCKS MEET TONIGHT Countrys Best Swimmers Will Com pete in Boston Yankees from all the country are gath ered here to witness or take part in the plunge into Uie big tank at the Sportsmens show that will mark the beginning of eleven nights ot water Many of Americas best swim mers will take part in the games nd contests of various sorts that will nark the Themanagement has arranged the following events Scratch yards and one mile handicap iplunte tor 300 and In addition tfcore will also be a hurry scurry costume race so yard open relay Vfancy thor VMM died Jean1 croft by keeping Everyone should er pride in their any kind indicate v Tr weakness is always an of You surely reckoned among the Beechams tup help to prevent there is nothing b body and mind You are kept free bile nerv w vigor imtj Wlicn   

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