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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                HANDSOME CUPS PASSED AROUND Tokens of BRYAN TALKS ON BANK DEPOSITS Says Depositors Are Entitled to Absolute Security ANSWERS TAFTS CRITICISM Democratic Candidate In Speech at Advocates Guaranty System Pos tal Latter Would Be of Government Into the Domain of Banking of Favor Guaranty August an audience which filled the Audito B B the right hat for men to wear is a nice new Soft Felts never possessed the style they do this never so many shapes to choose from nor so many Think of Green for a yet Greens are among the ordinary but new Shades cre ated for Mens Then there are new shades of Brown and Grey shades and varia tions of S t y 1 e tbe new Crease the style adaptability of which are only limited by the ideas of the New Soft BOGGS NORTH rium ocrattc on the J Dem spoke As of bank parture from in view of the al D8tore Republican convent MrDryRn guaranty of Kansas some supplefe Indorsed prepared speech on took up the advantages auty system and then objections made to it by Hs began ty asking oepoeltor should be left unsei state This Is conclusive proof that the Oklahoma law Is a suc de n8 HONORED BY FEllM 6UESTS LIQUOR PROBLEM AT OCEAN uepoeiior snouia oe ten unsecj when the national government demandopted a Security of any A natlonal charter IB supposed to have some advantages over a stato charter and the btmeflts of the guaran ty law must be admitted when twenty natonal banks will In a abort time changefrom the national system to the state system In order to give their depositors the furnished by the guaranty Since the preparation of my speech on this subject the Republicans ot Kansas He pointed out thai tbe choice was between the posta savings bank and the guaranty plan and accused Taft of favoring an unnecessary extension the sphere of government in advocating the pos tal savings bank Instead of the guar anty Bryan declared that he preferred tho guaranty bank which would allow the to attend to the business and yet compel them to give their depositors necessary se Upon tho conclusion of his prepared said Favored by Kansas I alked a banker of Kansas to make inquiry among the bankers of Kansas and ascertain what proportion of them favored the luaranty I learned that of the banks that had expressed themselves on the subject ebout threefourths hem favored a guaranty law and one opposed is an excel ent Among the depositors is no opposition all and It is evident that tbe Kansas bankers rec hat something must be that the guaran the postalsaY I also Inquired of Oklahoma in regard to the number of national banks that have surrender ed their charters and become banks in order to have benefits ot I have a tele gram from him saying that four na banks have already made the change and are operating under the state banking laws and that sixteen other national bant have applied for Cured Hay Fever and Summer A writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing thatit interfered with my I had many oft he symp toms of hay and a doctors pre scription did not reach my and 1 took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate Fortunately I inslted upon having Foleys Honey and It quickly cured My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the Sams Sold by Bessemer OR CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS we have a Place Inthe bank for private letter writing orother business This Is for your free US6our Modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our flreproof s rent for a low A safe your valuable MERCHANTS AUGUST 29 Saturday Some and Childrens Suits Sizes 3 to 7 Your Choice at ABC HESSE Tnjs Leading Clothier The plank Is a recog for is so worded as to be so far as the pro Vl the people is the propose to enable untarilJXnUg to mutually and vol 1snot emantee But that mutually that the banks to do Must Indorsed bWt unsecured The also requests theNpllcan platform dates for congressubllcan candl States senate to the United a1 national bank to allowing 4roposed mutual and votte In the But what chance is thry ays curlng such a law wheh the hf se an national convention refuses any attention to the subject and he Republican candidate opposes proposition of the guarant His denunciation of the guaranty is b sweeping that no disinterested per on can believe for a minute that rill either encourage or permit a law flowing national banks to participate ta state What people eed is a system whereby both state nd national banks be compelled o guarantee and only a Dem Candidate William RQWS EXCITING and Master Charlie Taft Presented BAUC unu With Silver Loving by New Plttsburs and Chicago Run uat Motel for Sake of nmB lui B8 B111 Ex tno raC68nn Ing clubg ln the threecornered Hot The The New York leam fresh from a Homestea Cnarles Taft each whlch hftd put them In the load in tha met with a check in Chi rwrjasssrs with moved up a lltte close with a it stiver cup as a farewell the hand of every evening Judge Horace of a longtime friend of and Judge and ers have a intta points over while the latte tean is twonolntii ahead Baseball enthusiasts the present series the GRAND JURY DEFIES JUDGE Retuses to Indict Atlantic City Saloonlsts TALKS BUCK TMffW Grand Jury Cannot Be Coerced Even by a Fort Issues Proclamatlon Threatening to Send State to Atlantic City to Enforce Sunday Determined That Sale of Liquor on county caused to published In tw but we did not get At eve7y tSrn we throttled gnad rorenmu Salus closed the ings by saying that the jury was no aZmed ot what it had andtha per cent ol the people will greet us tonight in Atlantic City and say that we have done our full Habgood for Habgood of McKean presiaent ot the state league of Republican met the local committee here and com 7e ed arrangemeats for the twenty second annual convention of the state league to be held 1618 Wllkes barre candidate for vice president Congressman Long worth Senators Penrose ard Knoxand 7ohn Hays Hammond will be present and address the mass meeting on Sunday at Atlantic Resort Murt Genoral Under Presi dent brought forward at the hands of An even five weeks of iUnessr cause of death was a second if cated by me ot for of all Pwtlc Democratic congress it will be easy ecure the adoption of System which will make state and national ianks Oompers of the American Federation of Labor had donferencea with a nutn ier of labor leaders who are to partici pate In the political campaign as This weeks issue of the the official organ of the contains expressions of opinion on the political situation and pledging loyalty to the federations at titude by John former presi dent of the United Mlneworkers of America and who is still second vice president of federation Vice Pres idents James Duncan and Daniel which and Mrs K Mv a miniature lov loving cup Tatt to tie testlmonia nd said for himself that It was not neces LflUfc sary to the of the mem ory the Umily would bear ot Hot Hecomplimentedjthe ars of r full box the cabled hy the Associates night to NATIONAL lUH heels of the another sensation was sprung county seat or thegrand Jury o epondents who asslgnea expressed his personal d light at the environment he had en joyed and said that no matter what the November result might TaXt and myself have for all tlnw in our memory this delightful season at the Called Off From Oyster special from Batavla gives the following as the text of the telegram received by Archie internal revenue from Bay on Monday last Am notwithstanding my telegram of 20 you are still actively engaged in manipulating local I wish you to understand dis Q IWTO 1 3000000003 11 2 Vail and Gibson Richie and At RHE 6 0 6 1 Wilhelm and Bergen Beebe and p At R Boston 9 0 Cincinnati 9 Ferguson and Graham Volz and Schlel Steel and SecretaryTreas urer Jere Sullivan of the Hotel and Restaurant Secretary Treasurer Skemp of the Brother hood of Decocrators and Pa the American Federation of International President of the blacksmiths President Golden of the United Textile Workers ot International Secretary Treasurer William Gllthorpe of the SecretaryTreasurer Ho1 mer Call of the Amalgamated Meat Editors Walter MacArthur the Coast Seamens Journal arid John Prey of the International Molders Journal and these additional officials of the federation Organizers Grant Gal Philip Emmet Chris George Campbell and Jerome Jones and Treasurer John Roll the Standing ot the When To Eat Is A Question Where Tp Eat Is Not Debatable Keefe of tinctly that this you cannot as I secretary of the metal trades retaln no one in the service who tion of North America President does not comply with the strict rules McArdle of the Amalgamated Iron of department and my orders with re gard to factional contests in the If you will not comply with these or ders wire your resignation at w ire answer To this telegram Sanders is said Secretary Owen Miller of to have replied aa follows Telegram Conditions com plied BACKHAND GAME IS TRIED ON ROOSEVELT Fate of Portuguese Monarcli Is Cited as Warning Aa extraordinary story was told at the courtmartial of a member of the mil Democratic fight are being ltttry ambulance Camille Mar here from all parts ot the country who was charged with attempt Nearly poured in during the ing to blackmail President day from editors of Democratic According to the Marquet who are assisting in the collection of wrote to the president on 9 de The following sums were turned on Behalf of my society over without other on The New Orleans aocount of services rendered during Buffalo jhe prBBidentlal and promls Commercial Memphis jft Urther Immense Muskogee Receiving no reply to this demand I Marquet wrote again on March 3 threatening a which will cast Chicago Grain I dishonor upon the whole family unless slackening In the money is forthcoming at a fixed In conclusion the writer of the 1M ter the greatest dlsora New 68 59 5C 60 42 41 Games Philadelphia at 43 47 50 59 Co 71 71 He served In that capacity Vl when he became secretary of trie That offlca he he4 until From 1897 be was In the Unit ed Statas BOARDWAUSCENEOF SHOOTING Prominent Baltimorean Fatally Wounded by Stranger New York at Boston at Brooklyn at AMERICAN New At 8 0 6 3 Bailey and Smith and Stephens Young and Second R H a St 7 0 3 1 Dlneen and Stephens Mor gan and Donbhue and Standing of the 48 GOVERNOR FORT Atlantic 435 aoaomtely refused to obey the instruc mystbrlous shootlnB occurred on tions of court to return boardwalk late last night during a against excise Supreme heavy when Charles Court Justice who had been president and treasurer of the Nation requested by Governor sit al Supply company of was with the county was1 so in probably latally shot by an censed at the action of the grand Jury who dashed from a hotel that he instantly discharged it with a vlllon after The 7 severe penetrritea Robertas The Jurors presented three indict Roberts was being pushed along two against an alleged gam a rolling chair bHng house and one against a man who also of when is charged with selling obscene Postal stronger fle commanded Justice Trenchard received the Roberts to get out of the ana bills of indictment and throwing them as the latter was about to brandished a revolver and 1 B H E 67 66 Cleveland export demand and generally favor able weather tor tha movement In the were factors that contribu ted to an easy close In the local adding The heads ar Market oats and provi no longer safe on their shoulders look closed September options ttt 94U 77H Tho president handed the Icttars t Jolosed 77Hj Weatern 3 the French consul com muniqated with the police brought HP for court W court lu cons derat on the yoh Mil him of Pet 43 48 49 50 56 62 65 3f 74 Games Chicago at New Detroit at Louis at Cleveland at 63 53 53 44 August September 3 and The big Conneaut lake I notice that you have not present ed any indictments for the illegal sale of liquor on The attorney general of the state and the prosecutor of the county have informed the court that they have placed before the Jury evidence which Justifies in fflctments in such As no Indict ments have been found this seems to be an indication that this grand Jury has failed in the performance of its The court is forced to say that considering the instructions of the court the stale of the law and the evi dence presented you grand Jurors have failed In the your duty and have violated your oaths to the state of New are dis charged for tho Foreman Makes Tart Foreman Salus Jnstantly arose and took exception to the remarks of Without the least display of ex Williams fainted and the colored tendant called a who Roberta removed to his The description of Robertas assail ant Is Lut the police think they know his At first the motive was thought to bo but now it is believed that It was one of i v Roberts Is a member of all the leading clubs of Rob erts with her four children is in New t f to COM Appropriations i number of school districts are in dangerpj losing their appropriations from the The law requires sohooj boards to make out their annual district w When the or Kid ney nerves get then these or gans always Uppt drug the Stomach nor stimulate the fleart or i8 simply a make Get a prescription Known to DruBfitsta everywhere as Snoops The Restorative is pared expressly for tbeae weak glde Strengthen these them up with Snoops Re or jifluJdrand see will Sold by Jfjury are Many Imitations of De Wttcb Hwiel if luit one 6014 by Harry r As grand Jurors we feel our great We are willing to stand before God and say that we feel that we nave performed our duty and have not our We represent the will of the people ot Atlantic county We feel that we are aupreme and without affront we feel that no however olotUed with power or has a right to rebuke us in fWs We as representative of Atlantic county representing WO worte of property do npt Intend that tha of this Jury shall be roade polltlcat We want nothing We want a called a tf which of detailing the financial and M operations of the In their This must be done before dis trict receives 1U limit for filing these reports is Jujy t succeeding the close ot tfcewnekKt Quite a number of dUtrJcta failed to file reports after being peatedly asked to do Tn0 ment of public Inatructtob will f the law by withholding MJV tion and thus break up for tardiness of the wbool Special Grand JUry for W V r the caw of1 of Use that he TU t fliirlot Jury would proHWy fit i   

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