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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING 2 CENTS PBR MAKES ANSWER President Shows That Patronage is Not Being Used to Help Tafts Presidential Aspirations ANANIAS CLI Critics of Roosevelts Appointments s Flatly Contradicted in State ment by President NE REPLIES TO THEIR CHARGES of Thousands of He Not One Has Been Made In the Interest of Secretary Tafts Candidacy for President lUosevelt1 has made answer to the re public statements that he has use of federal patronage to fur the presidential Interests ot Sec letter addressed to William Dudley roulko of and includes a letter from Foulke to the presl TieTiidlan service Gave been nmde out reganl to politics In the diplo matic and consular services more Democrats than Republicans have been as wo are trying to treated politics as a wholly secondary consideration Instead of relying solely upon the recommendations of either senators or have always conducted Independent Inquir personally through mem bers of the bench or the bar whom I happen to or through Attorney General Secretary who was himself a judge Secretary because ot his great experience at the or Senator who was formerly my attorney In a number of the other chiefly as sistant secretaries or heads of bureaus here at but also govern ors of territories or men holding pecu liar for as i Porto and also In a few The rertisnt to feappolnra good Hughes man as collector of customs at Plattsburg rnfnrs to the case ot Walter WIHierboo and the accusa tion in this case Is particularly comic Motor Car Contest Over Three Continents and Arm of One If Frozen At the Time brother at and his broth hls officeholder for whom they made miub a The con gresaman from his district and the senators have not agreed about his successor and he is still In These facts were either known to the editors of the paper In question or could havo been found out by the slightest Those Ohio There remains the allegations as to the appointment of Taft workers to postofflces In In Ohio I have made 58 postofflce 27 ot 31 were new the last in ijiBU ujcut MWWM or had Generally the ap pointment was made exactly as In Will Be Wetter It Has Been for Twelve Years MERCER GETS After Drouth of Years Mercers Thirst Can Now be Slaked Legally More In Greenville and In Held At the opening of court at Monday Judge Williams handed down his decision on the li cense question with the following net result YORKO Aftomobile Race Via Behring Strait and Siberia Will Be gin on Wednesday EQUIPPED FOR ARCTIC REGION Contestants Hope to Cross to Siberia from Alaska on to fart en Most Extraordinary Adven ire Ever last de TRUSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF a flt of coughing Danforcl of Sidney burst a blood vessel and died almost steamer Jewell sank In tho Musklngum river Tho Jewell and twelve other craft were caught on an Ice gorge tofts of the start of the New York to Palis automobile race next Wednes elther felt that the position was of such a character that the Initiative In the choice could only with propriety The president charges as false and mali He follows this with an analy sis of all appointments sent by him to the senate for Its action to show that in no case has the proximity of apres idential contest Influenced his The president says in part iva Greenville and the nomi nations were made upon the recom mendation of both Senators Foraker and Dick or of one or the IB four cases the nominations were re the effort to nominate any treildential candidate is both false ItIs the usual Imagi native Invention which flows from B to say something Re that those now making this sttBBJjsllon were busily engaged two MSOiMhs ago in that I waa EjafaJl tlir offices to secure my own re It Is the kind of accusa tion which for the next few months wit be This particular slander wilt be used until and when appoint him on my own Trusts to Others i There remain the great bulk of the including almost all of the post the collectorshlps of the the land offices and the numbering about or It Is ot course out of the question for me personally to examine or have knowledge of such a multi tude of and therefore as regards them I normally accept the suggestions of senators and congress elected representatives of the peojTe In the localities always reserving to myself to Insist upon the mans coming up to the re quired standard of character and pactty and also reserving the right to geminate whomever I choose if for any reason I am satisfied that I am net receiving from senator or con gressman good or if I happen JOUltJU UJ iiH5 Dennlson and the nomi nations of the new men were made upon the recommendation of tne tnen Srayser in each case the previous Incumbent had not been giving very satisfactory In one Instance he having failed to give sufficient personal attention to the as reported by I almost question whether to you who ask why the answer yon Has Filled the present congress assem bled two months ago I have sent to senate the names of all the bffl I have appointed for the entire PtHod since congress adjourned on IBS 4th of March that is for elev Excluding army and navy scientific health offi cers and those of the revenue cutter I have made during this pe rfed about appointments subject to confirmation by the being appointments in and consular serrif IB office I prefer te reappolnt him and tho senators from hla but it they refuse the reappolntment cannot he as a matter of the can best he settled by consultation tne advice ot the senator or congress maa who is elected and has peculiar means of knowing the wishes of his constituents being But where I a senator treats not as a matter 1 ef consultation or mutual not as a matter of convenience and ex but as a matter of right on his part to whoever he the custom Is necessarily dis Quotes One You quote a newspaper as saying are now getting dally lessons In elvll service reform from the white house which ought to attract national The appointment of Taft workers to pestofflces in Ohio and of the totally unfit George Waaa Biaher as appraiser of this Is BOW followed by the presidents re fusal to reappolat a good Hughes man being also the publisher and editor of a and various Irregulari ties having been some re sulting In violation of law in the inter est of the postmasters No Departure From The course followed was precisely similar to that followed In the cases of the various other postofflces In Ohio In the districts represented by Congressmen Cole and and precisely similar to the course followed as regards the recommendations Con Spencervllle bj vlsable to Incumbent andthat who had beei tlon by Senator should be ap smmtnr Dickafterward with drew his f license have their licenses New application of Hotel Cole man Wholesale application f Schadlo applications all grant ed and one that of Thomas a vis for Central new iotel Hotel Waverly and Ho el applications grant two new wholesale applications leld South applications New application for whole sale was made conditional on one of tlie old applicants being lience not There lias been no license in Mer cer since Judge Mehard left the bench about twelve years Judge Miller refused the applications his first term andthe wouldbe dispens ers lost hope Until the election of Judge HIE refusal pro duced among a cer tain and a demonstration was made at the Judges while rather weto extraordinary of all the many motor that have been planned since I horseless vehicle first came Into Four nations will be represented ong the and this Inladditlon to the territory to be tra will give a worldwide Interest Three French one oife Italian and one American will make the start when word to go Is given by Mayor McClellan of New York The place of the start Is at Times In the heart of the and the first stage of the long journey leads up Broadway and Riverside drive to city Two hundred or more automobiles are expected to ac company the racing cars as far as The order of start and the tonnel of the various teams follow Bourcier St Chaff Captain Hans Hendrlk Hansea and Hue Des ojtamps and Antonio BWillio Slrtori and Henri New Highland has been appointed receiver for the LowtherKaufman Oil and Coal capitalized at and one the largest cor porallons ever chartered In the started by fouryearold Martha Bobby playing with a newspaper at a gas stove par tially destroyed her parents John Bobby was fatally Injured and her two children were burned to Mount nellus an eighteenyearold colored Is dead here from Injuries received while He fell from the on which six others were rid and It ran over crushing him five bids for the erection ot a new courthouse here were John Gill Son ot Cleveland were the low est at and the others ranged up to The estimates of the architects were and that to withhold his commis sion would be a great Injury to him and would defeat fhe ends of The nomination was accordingly sent in At Wapakoneta the incumbent did his work but the postofflce In spector reported that the feeling was almost unanimous among his fellow townsman that there should be a change and a Moser It appearing that the postmaster was not popular with the while the man suggested for the nomination was unquestionably the choice of the pat rons of the being regarded by them as a most progressive and public spirited young business pos sessed of more than ordinary The the applications were again refused and an appeal was taken to the superior Judge Williams being sustained in his contention that the necessity for a hotei did not imply the necessity lor a This year the petitions were more generally signed than usual and ap parantly a strong sentiment for a li although the remonstrants out numbered the If you want furniture now Is the time to buy when you can and everything In stock that is needed to make your home look If you anticipate camping ont spending the summer In cottage It will pay you to look over our selection of cot tage the thing for You can use them on your porch or lawn In the daytime and use them for B bed at night Our evergrowing trado on us to carry B full lino of mptodate Furniture which wo Mil at such reasonable prices that we never have anything oat on Our Christmas goods were cleaned to the limit A visit to our atoro will oafr My YOU as It has many others wo havo Hght goodi Bt tho right THE Q1BSOH FURNITURE THE BIQ STORE as collector of customs at This article Is a good example of the accusations made by those of our them especially unscrupulous and un Wanamakers appoint ment was recommended by the three ongressmen from New York county ind by the two the appolnt nent being mode precisely as the bun reds si atmjlu jppolntmeBts ore the fact that the senate withdrew Its opposition to one of these four men A Night Alarm Worse than an alarm of fire at night Is the metallic cough of croup bringing dread to the Careful mothers keep Foleye Honey and Tar In the house and give It at I the first sign of FoIeyB I Honey and Tar has saved many lit tle lives and It Is the only safe prep aration for children as It oo harmful Sold by Bessemer postoffic these three two the usual fashion tlon of the outgoing and tfeaL the third OB tfie report 5r We Inspector and of would have been made without the slightest regard to whether there was B presidential canvass on bond or The statements In the editorial In re therefore untrue In every Ladles Oil the flrat concern In oil annals backed by has drawn a Its well on the Crail two miles In advance of the Pe tersvllle at first showing signs of oil In the 100foot has proved a Now Having once stood In the shadow of tho only recommendation of mercy from the Jury standing tween him and the 4eath sentence f Is a New York had J finger out off In a Pullman cor partment which slammod on a sharp Young bound BB the bleeding then picked np tBO severed wrapped it In his hand kerchief and left the train here to try to get a surgeon to sew it on None could do but the nervy stok ers wound was w40i grips and cooking BBd Cornelius Daly of Lee were given transportation to they have Unable make a living In the aged couple started for Ohio In a wagoB Their horse died carrying they walked most of the way The woman was without her feet bejng wrapped In Madeline age a servant of B tow days only In the employ of Her snan was found a poBtry with her head cut and skull Beside her was a bloody hatchet A basketful ot silverware belonging to the house was also at her supposed Booth had discovered burglar carrying away the booty and was assaulted with a hatchet She la fatally dead bod ies of age sod his age wore found In their apartments Da mon was seated on a chair fully his head hanging over B foot of blood from his nose and TBO aUter was lying on a aisc folly and blood had formed B sUs it Is believed the deaths are w result of a suicide as B bottle was f eund OB the floor Bear the woman which contains a fluid believed to prusslo Both had BOOB doBd least two Another MarkingDown Sacrifice on COATS and FURS We have 47 Coats and 50 pieces of Purs we must sell Regardless of These garments and furs must go for what they will Furs at the price we offer them at is a good In vestment to carry for another If we werelto continue business we would not sell these goods at these Are you getting your share Z I M M E R M A N S Montague Roberts and Howard All of the men are confident of their ability to take their machines safely through difficult tasks before The winter journey across the western plains and plateaus of the United including the crossing of the Rockies In Montana at an altitude of more than Is regarded by the racing enthusiasts as the easiest part of their work and they expect to be in San Francisco inside of thirty Each car will be equipped with every contrivance the drivers believe the ex igencies of the journey will require Spiked tires for travel over the frozen rivers of Alaska and Siberia are a part of the equipment and various de vices for retaining heat in the engines and radiators have been Camp repair outfits and stores will make cumbersome The route leads through many miles ot hereto fore untraveled but so far as it has been possible the committee In charge of the have made ar rangements for supply The it is elect to keep together through the more diffi cult stages of the leavJlng the speed feature to the Reaching San Francisco by way ot Southern a detour from Reno carrying them south to Santa the automobillsts will take steamer to A journey of miles by snowpacked roads and frozen rivers will bring the racers to The arrangements for crossing Bob ring straits are not yet Un less there is solid a steamer will be taken to East a mat ter of some sixty Then the aiutolsts will aklrt the frozen shore of the Arctic river to the mouth of the Lena Up this frozen stream they will make their way to from which point the roads to Berlin and Paris are woll Noted Ohio Jurist Is dead at a hospital Judge Evans served twentyfive years on the common pleas He decided the famous Hook Ing Valley railroad which In volved a bond issue of ad versely to the late Judge Burke and who were In control of tho road whoB the boads were TM auo was subsequeatly submitted BiMtratloa and tho final award WM la Caver ot and The first aim iluumUuru pUr wrlgbt it to pleusif Uiouglit tlio female hi tlu 1 u jilay favor wlirii womoa I In ja a Governor Kelseys the ae this recommendation yoar that Otto removod of oi insurance on the of lBem age thirtybine is dead an indirect of the Rhoads Opera Her daughter age was burned to and Grim was prostrated by the shock and never Her death Is the 171st fatality due to the the first time In the history of the Pennsylva nia railroad an was snowed fast to the seat of his Elmer Klrbys engine plowed Into a huge snowdrift two miles south of The cab windows were open and the snow that came through burled Klrby and pinned him to his The engineer was shoveled i Buried six months under a straw stack and still living is the vitality record estab lished by a hog on the farm of Charles near The hog was burled during the thrashing last Oth ers of the same Utter average 270 this one weighs The ani mal has the appearance of a wild Its head and ears only are age was drowned in a vat of beer at the Smith Brewing companys plant Pfeil was employed as night watchman and one ot his du ties was to aklm the yeast off the beer as It rose to the surface during process of While doing j this he fainted aud tumbled Into which contained of OB the TOMS Dodged by field Are of WO Marshal Field and tho oosJWJ attorney have agreed on a of of the claims the couaty concerning BBflk taxes on a list of unassessed securiUeB scheduled In the probate court after tho death ot Marshal Field IB JOB V Insist Upon the Death Penalty oHf council has adopted a resolution org Ing the board of pardons not to fare with the death sentenca of who murdered Police Captain Edward Meehan last lawyers for Holka plead intoxUsattOB as an extenuating Thaws Mother Visits William mother of Harry visited her son for more thaa hour at the Matteawan state Thaw appeared to ho IB fOB ble health and was assisted ot OB the train by a Wall Ctreet Victim a New ho had lost a fortune in Wall at through Who came from the west a wealthy BUB B tow years BimaoK to W aanex of the produce exohaaflB drinking e or nvw irmm o Mid with 7Bo to f ba plain colored Ptmgli M and will be during the eombff wklt 37 McCrcery ui Woo4 fttrcet ii   

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