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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania PRICE 2CI9NTS PER taSe several Credit for the creation of the Stand ard Oil which counsel for the federalgdvernnieat exists Standard Oil company of in j ARCHBOLO TODAY Vice President of Standard to Tell His Story AFTER HIS CHIEF CONCLUDES Completing His Archbold taken he gaV6 every ESTATE NEWS IN BRIE strike ol UMi and conductors of ttie which bo wae given by Ran ofl Aprll Uoeu officially do in continuing his to dared Flflgler and Samuel t rt v To these two master to Jrl T ohltecttt 6f the oil combine Rocke1nounceii llhat Cltrt011 ft feller gives saying that he was mire It was nothimself at he did not possess the ability for BO prpgres slve a Rockefeller spent an arduous day on the stand under Incessant questioning Frank the government and when fend Samuel TOdd Conceived the Idea of the Standard Oil Com pany In Its Present Form Promlces to Try to Find Stock Transfer feooks of Company WhlcK Have Besn New After he has concluded the crossexamination of John Kellogg will call vice president of the Standard Oil to the it Is expected testimony will bj Kirk 4 Clk JAP ROSE SOAP Get what you ask for Familiarize yourself withthepacKagesoyou cannot jbe imposed There is none other T as good as Jap Rose be cause we originated the It our Perfect for the v IT CAMiOT MITA1TED KlrK tt 360 Water Chicago Stn4 6e IB lUmpi 6 r ice ifw Children by Marten without anr fcepubMoftn ftttwney of thlB evidence of delight that the day was Counsel hope to conclude Rockefellers crossexamination Frank who other government Investigators has been en for year to Obtain the stock transfer books of the Standard Oil sought through Rockefeller to find the missing trail these and Rocke feller promised to he couldHo flnd tion carried him through the period of the Standard OH trust and the years Its which lasted to Rockefellers memory at times was not clear on the definite details of this trust period and he told counsel that lie could liot recall many Incidents and develop ments of that During the day ICellogg developed from Rock efeller that early in the Industrial ex istence of the Standard the presidents of iwo together with several were stockholders in the oil After adjournment jtiv Rockefeller toUJ an InquiTlng audience of report ers that Itiefe ere things In the world i than making ami since11891 he had tioen gradually re tirtngftom added There lamore firipbrtaht work than making and there isjinuch for the to pelong to the brotherhood of Raymond and Herbert brothers age elsy en and were drowned at White Haven While skat Ing Ice on the Lehlgh l Miss jren ole Maytfortori of head be Appointed executive clerk by Gov ernorelect Altooniv storage hoMe of the Sanitary Cleaning cbmpatiy and efght adjoining buildings ihthesouth section of the city have Wurneil mem bers ofthd Bryan and Kern club ot SCARES BRITISH Field Marshal Tells House of Lords lasylt Would Se for Kaisers manent Organization to be called the Ul tUU 4UIU 11 I S have formed a perj Welltralfte Battalions to Effect Lodgement on English plores Defenseless State of Great Britain House Adopts Resolution Favoring Immediate Steps to Organ ize an Adequate Defensive Forced In the the CLEVELAND STOCKYARDS t a N Crowded With Cattle In Effort to Es cape Aphthous In New York and due to that Pltbston of scarlet feyer Dn the fesiaerit physlciani Is down with the v Jolj E prominent f aumer resid ing near Union jity coTnmitted sui clde bycuttlng his throat Calling tp hlg to he drewrrilie keeii1 edge of across his Springfield Ahtloch college at Yellow has as a member of football eleven the only onearmed player In the Eddlng the Is minus his right but nbtwlthstandlng that he plays like a The firm of Robert Wetherill of this placu has resumed operations on filll time with a full complement of work men after experiencing what la said to be the longest dull period in the his tory of the PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Womens Fine Suits Proper correctly at prices to suit Our stock is still complete and should be irnmedi OUR EXHIBIT OF FUR COATS for this week is especially at its best and priced as reasonable as any on the Coats and in fact everything in outer 7O8 State Street aptiihous Cleveland has become the lack of a mllltary force sufficient fdrthe first time Iri its history an itu portant live slock distributing to make hopeless the attempt of an invasion would In all probability be Cattle sheep arid in transit the cause of loss of Great Britains from all western to the stock1 supremacy at In a studied Speech yards at Buffalo and other eastern nnlntBrt out the comuaratlve are pouring Into Cleveland to taken care of until the quarantineIs One result of the influx of cattle may be the cheapening of the price of meat In This is not assured as but offlcprs of the Cleveland Provi slon company and of the stockyards itdmjt the likelihood of in meat prices here tf the quarantine at other points lasts for a considerable Few New Cases new cases of foot and mouth disease have been reported to the headquarters of the state livestock sanitary A number of additional federal inspect ors have joined the men now working In tfte Infected counties under Illinois Puts Up the 111 Deenen has issued a proclamation pro hlbltingImportation of live stock from New Pennsylvania and V V1 he pointed put the comparative ISSING Are Important Papers From Cuyahoga County Clerk Charles sulipenaed to produce at the Standard J6iihearing in Now valuable legal papers wanted the aieamehts iviivV inySteiitoitBly disap peared J the missing flics are a dozen afltdavitB Standard Oil including onebyJohn and others by Oliver then with the and many are stlllstlg fac tors In the oil eoniiianyV A petition filed here in 1880 by which Standaid Oil sought to eltmlnate a Cleveland It Is wanted by the pros ecution in the governments present To remove papers from public rec ords is an indictable offense under Ohio punishable by heavy pen Only at rare Intervals are legal papers allowed to be taken from the courthouse and then only with the written sanction of a Lev Meachem as county certlftod the presence of the papers in STIRS UP Carnegie incurs Wrath of Those Who Now Yoki Andrew Onr negie has stirred up a hornets neat by hla magazine article In which he ad vocates the ofduty on The chief Independent companies are the Lacka Cambria and While none of tliu tiianngers or heads of ds jxirtiueiitB of these concerns for ob CftNNQNFAVORS PROMPT ACTION Declares for Revision in Accord jfa If Ufjet rtoua reasons cared to give theii 10 nilt lU TflOlY names for VP in close Id nAOIllllOlUn IUUHI names for yet one In close toiich with tht steel hidtratry said ft a Vles to the by T8 T Where It Is Believed That His Pre inent In the Standard 6ilin the eleht be resented ly the Independents in many of his He cannot convince congress of his Esnt that the cost per ton for labor In Germany Is greater than In tho Unit ed unusually high as our wages are at will organized labor say to too Mr Carnegie Is one of the great of the iarlft If where would his vast holdings ofUnited States Steel bonds ence Will Put an End to That PresidentElect Taft Will Op pose Reelection as Speaker of the House of Friends Declare Understanding Will BeReached Between Htm and Pres t lu of the house of repre It is true that we madelast year vwWwhingtou placed himself on rec ord in favor of a revision of the tariff bo It looks as Carnegie 1 trynon Ing to strike ablow at the about m6ie LW11O O H1CI LUU1 C than Great France n wlttl Qf and Belgium combined But whatof party and de ijat This is not We want to make all we can and sell all we can clared that so far as his vote was con cerned he would see to it that the See the celebrated Paragon and other standard makes of washing machines at about half at the Turner assignee n93t BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAILORING A REAL TAILOR BISHOP Tailoring inall its Alter Pressing and Corner Main and Mercer RESTAURANT SMITHS CAFE Best Things to Eat served in the best is making a reputation for UBV Try us if not a The place to eat la at 8tfLLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Solicits transient and local wellcooked moderate MEAT MARKET Plum corner Brie aims to furnish the finest quality of succeeds When you buy your milk of 21 North Mercer you get the beat and PHOTOGRAPHER i uv nianti uii auu ait land where can Carnegie point out hbmiced policy of rev slon would to that the steelworker or anybody else laws as soon CUMMINS IS ELECTED Realizes His Ambition to Represent would be more than d t at inumin11 dentalljbenafiteil S ine wtiras of the speaker came at lowa in Jn d the conclusion of a luncheon given by that the virtual duties on oil be cut off Carnegie also seems to havestirred up among oilmen some comment more or less of a biting LORD with which Germany could army der the present TioudltionsEngland uwH be he to submit to resign the governorship Des I just fifteen years to a since his j first candidacy for the United States I senate was Governor Al bert Cummins Was elected to that po sition to succeed the late William Who defeated Cummins only last June the Republican Governor Cumminss first candidacy was an attempt to succeed James Governor Cummhis won In the RepubHcart primary held 3 by a majority of over Major his The Democrats put In nomination Claude who was selected as the pemqcratic candidate for United States senator at the primaries last Ihe Democraticmi liovernor Cumiulns will PREACHERS He disclaimed all hostility to or fear j of Germany buthe declared that the I Parkers defenseofthe Islands required town near here workmen wore diate should be an opening up a stone quarry on the farm armyso In numbers and efftof Llyengood an explosion 6c cient in that the most fonmlda curred beneath the opening ble offoreign nations would hesitate a gap forty feet si ji incheswide to make aiandlngln had andof the speaker LillaniMn that vessels of accommodating Ke6j men always were availableJiLWBttgchppl while on her way to school was struck a lyn near Her body was thrown against Who was severely Auljenbach of treasurer of Socialist party in has filed a statement at the state de partment swearing that recent camiaign expenses of the party in Pennsylvania were less than excitement haa been caused here by the discovery of a vein of coal four to six Inches thick at the foot of Brush a mile south of on a tract ot land leased by Strotomier for the purpose of quarrying bulMlng t had been supposed that there was he Brush that as result the new German service law men could be col lected fa the districts of the nearest port without The great German steamship lines were In con stant practice In embarking and dis and as therailroads were owned by the state all preliminaries up to the actual dispatch of troops could be carried out with the utmost Germany was perfectly the field marshal went that it would be essential for her transports to evadi the British and she could easily distract attention by small raids while the main disembarkation was proceed ing Lord Robertss speech caused a sen aation in the The Crewe remarked on the r such statements in tlie present high strung condition of Europes saying he feared there might be re grettable Lord Robertss resolution to the effect that the defense of the islands necessitates the immediate attention of the government to make provision for such a strong and efficient army that the most formidable foreign will hesitate before making an attempt at was adopted by a vote of 74 to WEBBRS FIRST TRIP THE LAST ONE Driver Hauling NitroGlycerIn Resigns by Oil Corydonand abandoned at the is a stock wagon contain CANAIi Ing 480 quarts of Tho TOWBOAT ENGINEER KILLED AND ROBBED atPittsburg All the latest styles In cards and folders for 1908 now See the new Royal The old reliables motto is Not the cheapest prices best goods at the lowest market Our reputa tion for 22 Enuf BARBER CUNNINGHAM We appreciate your Give us a street driver for a local firm hauling H here from a magazipe for It was his first Speculating ou the result of an ex he grew unhitched the team and telephoned the firm to send another man to finish the jour explaining he hal resigned and would come to Oil City on a Octogenarian Oil over the recont leath of a Ram son of age commltteU suicide by WN and his big mutical company of 40 Peopleall Barrows of engineer of the tow boat W was murdered and robbed gatunlay night and his body thrown into the Allegheny river at tiie foot of Fourth where was The body was recovered and from abrasions and fractures ou the fae and skull the manner of his death was made He is known to have had f500 on his person at the time of the This money is The police have made several ar rests in connection with the among them being a member of the crew of the Tredway Is twentytwo years and hulls from where recently joined the A woman of the underworld Is slid to have in fontned the police that Tredway spent Sunday night rollicking In the tender exhibiting a large roll of it Is would not tell where he got this but Is said to have admitted throwing the money into the leafte wore Any in ol of followed hy a depression of Three years t ago Ifollowed the lead of Theodore who declared that there should be no revision of the revenue which means the until er the next general His policy wati hot to change existing i The Republican platform on which tha national contest has been won Revise the laws That fevl should be with due regard1 to pro i tectlon and penalty against discriml natory As aunemherof the j next house of a coop New In a resolution dlnate brancli of the government equal adopted at its meeting the Preabyte to the executive and the and rlan Ministers association of this city I will be there if I I am so expressed disagreement with President Tar as my Is to aee to Roosevelts statement in a recent letIt that the policy of the ter that refusal to vote for a candtparty on this question is written In the hlgli office because he is a Ro national laws as promptlvas man Catholic is unwarranted The law should be written promptly the ministers sothat businesscan adjust fetter sent rriceritlr by the New York ichanged Win Lutheran ministers to Say In Effect No Man Can Serve Two Masters saVs I yNCLE JOE EXPECTED hafc the policy 6J the vati the claim to supremacy In tern as ders It inadvisable on purely patriotic It Is Bald He Will Reach Understand arrival ofc grounds to vote into high office a Speaker Cannon todav is awaited tijr pope his friends with tho belief that hU presence will put an end to the reports that Presidentelect Taft will opposo his reelection to the A9 the Hnemberb of the oongiess who are to serve In the Sixtyfirst con who holds allegiancefirst to and then to the WESTMORELAND HOGS Said to Have Been Infected by Aph thous their ef forts to prevent the spread of the aphthoua fever among cattle In this gress arrive the inteiest in the spealt ership grows and is ispidly the principal theme of The attitude of Speaker Cannon on city the authorities have destroyed a the aliff is undei stood by most of the number o aQd sheep that had been in contact with the animals found to be suffering from the The cattle were thrown into large trenches and covered with after which cordwood was piled over them and No more cases have been reported but a report from where the state and federal officers have been making their states new cases have been discovered In representatives to be the principal ob jection that will be raised against his reelection as and It is be lieved that he will make his position so clear when he both by word and that there will be a plete and agreeable understanding reached between the speaker and Taft in regard to the It is understood that no arrangements have been made for a conference between the Speaker Cannons friends UIMUW Dauphin and Potter and tho I to Hot Springs southern end of Northumberland to confer with the presidentelect wltfc Find First Body In Brooklyn New dig ging In the Brooklyn trench where fifteen lost their lives In an explosion last Friday came upon tho first of the buried victims that ot Vincent age one the five children supposed to have beeu hurled In the The body was encountered about fortylive feet below the street v H was also reported that the disease had made Its appearance among hogs In Westmoreland county and that Several haft died from the In spectors were at once sent to the local ities They will malco a report of the situation It was also stated that eighteen cattle haJ been killed at Chester CARNEGIE INVITED Ways and Committee Wants His Tariff a result Of the declaration of Andrew Carnegie in an article In tho forthcoming num ber of tlie Century magazine that the tariff schedules on iron and steel should be the ways and means committee of the house has formally inivited Carnegie to appear before it this week to tell what ha knows about the steelIndustry and tlie possi bility of the reduction of the tariff on iron and steel The committee desires him to ap pear preferably when tho Iron and steel will be taken up In the hearing now being held by the committee looking toward a revi sion of the The hearings on the iron and steel rates will continue un til and if Carnegie iflnda it to appear Wednesday tUu is anxious to hear him Thursday or out an CHARGE DISCRIMINATION Cambria County Coal 1 Pennsylvania that the railroadcompany discrimi nated against them in the matter of supplying coal cars the Puritan Coal Mining company and the Stlueman Coal Mining both ot filed suits against the Railroad United States clicult court here fpr damages aggregating The plaintiffs operate bituminous mines and Allege that from April to they had a stant demand for coal greatlyMn cess of the tonnage of cara allowed them by the railroad Servla Removes Treasure to TSeven teen carloads of coin and archives ot the national bdnk have re moved troin this to fort at This step waa taken because fears that Austria will Bonaparte Files Attorney leneral Bonaparte has filed a petition for a writ of certiorarl In the supreme cpurt of the Unl tad Slates urging that court to issue a writ of certiorarl to the circuit court of appeals for the seventh circuit to the Judg ment of that court reversing the rul ings of Judge Laudia in the case in which the Standard Oil company was fliied on the charge of vio lating the autltrHbt Stork to 3eoige My oldtime trapper and fisher man of thla will send to Prest Danas Musical Institute OHIO The oldest School of Music in North Fine dormitories or Music taught in all its Terms Write for cata logue to JUNIUS m vH sstsss dent Roosevelt a suowwhUe which tho hunter found in the adjacent WhJte Eyes Tested PHCSCRIPTIOH ;