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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                tHE EVEMNl i in im lirij t Tl I i mi n n n i i MM i MI i 1 in ILI i i i rr J Ei i PRICE 2 CENTS COMPARES BI6 GUNS SPEAK AT YOUN6STOWN t Hughes and Harris SHEETED BY A BIG AUDIENCE Released From Tell for Flock to the to Hear Stats and National Issuts Presented by Champions of the Grand Old Beverldga Compares Taft arid Harris Discusses State t Makes Dignified Ar gument for Tafts Re publican campaign In Ohio was for mally opened Inthis city today with ppeeehes by Governor Harris of Governor Hughes of New York and Senator Beverldge ot Qov ernor discussad state dealing largely with the liquor ques while Governor Hughes and Sen ator Bevorldge handled the Issues ot the national A huge crowd assembled at Wicks where the meeting was for the steel which form the chief industry ot the closed last night will not until Monday FRANK The steel and Bothers marched a parade In the forenoon to the park and at 2 oclock the flood of oAtorywas Arthur I the Taft manager In acted as chairman of the4 A feaure of the speechmaklng wa Senator Beverldges comparison 01 Taffand In which he pK tured the personal characteristics of He discussed national Issues also making refernceelarchmsthe mb also making especial reference to labor legislation enacted by the Re hls favorite a tariff commls i lie said there would bs f Bryan IS With nee to the national candidates he c THiin of Bryan and Ji famtmign of candidates aioB thin of The ques oi candidate Is most for both are ij Both mean equally well V The reai quea candidate Will make the Is the wisest whch man would you h 70 i of your eg rould you select to man I o ruinMs Which has the i trit nnd the most experience i T has handled a sin IIHS VICTOR IN PARTY CAUCUS iWuti His Opponent ty Vote 0158101 i CUMMINS tWs j fJowells resolution providing tor the election of a United States senator to be held carried by a vote At to 1 In the Republican Gilbert the recog nUed ctmaldate tor the received the One The standpat ters did not make good a threat to bolt the caucus In a body unless Governor Cummins eliminated himself from the shorttermi When the caucus convened but six were pres Of these Hambleton and Seeley walked declaring that they would consult their constituency and that In the event they were desired to vote i for Cummins they would Three rftD UUD TO ffl CflD CaDU of the four remaining did nor vote and fgAH IU lUH lAHm one voted for Governor A WINNER FARMERS DONT GET SQUARE DEAL So Bryan Says in Speech at Nehraska State Fair A Fire Insurance Chat by Qiilespie Companies Count A VI When tit Comes to Paying Any Company has ability to collect but not all companies that collect premiums have ability to pay losses Did you ever stop to think that some day your fire policy may become a Bill May become a dratt on the for the face Maybe not for five Maybe But Propertyl owner you want to kllOW that when that iay your Fire Insurance Company will be there with the Why Take Get The Insurance That Insures GILLESPIE mlna at the close of the caucus de clared himself well pleased with tho It Is evident to he der friends want me to j make the race arid I am in the hands of my f rl Canoe Boy Royal teenyearold Irwln Otto of petrolt was drowned within twenty feet ot the Royal Muticoka He and a companion named also of De were turning their canoe when they struck a rock and Taft baa been Judge on the Thats the He Upon Which the Federal Government Bases Its Appropriations From the1 Public Rldder Visits Germans Will Vote Democratic Ticket This Year Almost Made Canvass In the his ad dress at the state fair grounds William Bryan avoided party deal i ing principally with the development j ot farming atid the education of the He criticized the great appro priations that have been made for the a aa u governor of a administrator of army and navy and the small ones for a 1fitl8 hand has helped tne That should be spent THE CONVENIENCE OF CUSTOMERS we have a place In the bank for private letter writing or other buslaesa This room for your free Our Modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our flreproof rent for a low A safe place for your valuable FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 5 Saturday Specials 00 Childrens Suits Sizes 3 to 7 Your Choice at ABE HESSE Tbe Leading Clothier SENATOR gle foreign He has governed no regenerated no built no avoided no alien dan saved us from no threatened Taft nas done It was his genius for the practical and devotion to humanity that took Philippine chaos and made Philippine order took Phil ippine hateand changed the chemy of his to Philippine It was bis statesmanship that achieved the converted an Oriental people Into a voting citizenship and laid the foundations for a future as God toay become a separate nation or a glad and patriotic part of this great It was William Tatt who set Cuba In established her feet In civili sations upward and it was he when so directed by President who advised with Taft when these children of liberty tore hiswork to set up once more the blessed rule of order and lib erty and law with a fathers patience and a statesmans It is be who is commanding the practical work that greatest enterprise of the building of the Panama Taft the It was he whose counsel President Roosevelt sought at evqry crisis of his historic administration1 hewho helped avertwar when little politicians and narrow minds would haveplunged us into It was William Taft whom our when confronted with foreign perplexities and with the awful weight of our ninety millions welfare on his sought for strength and and is Wil liam Taft more any man ever called to the leadership of the can people wno has had the best train ings the widest experience and the wisest teaching to tit htm for that glo rious but serious 1 In domestic affairs Brjan has1 written not one administered a single no presj lecturing He is preacher of but not an j 1 administrator of He I j B B childrens underwear New Knit Underwear for school wear any to shape most progressive laws we have passed in the last seven years and his great heart and splendid mind are behind every law we propose to The sougffofor counselor of throe different yet as wise as McKinley and Roosevelt fate has equipped to be the trust ed leader of the people who loved and honored these three chief Almost it seems that hern is a man prepared by Providence to be the cap tainof this chosen Bryans Rightful Let no man denounce Such arenecessary to human Always such men have been the voice ofa but never the statesman ot a Always they have leen the urgent ot but neverthe doers of Bryan Is an but not a Moses a but not a Washing ton a Wendell but nW an Abraham He Is the storm of unrest Which clears the but not the trade winds that carry to port the freighted snips of a peoples hope Four years In his own paying tribute to his character and I called him a dreamer who be holds happy visions but achieves no ujgfill Hla mind GOVERNOR thinks oFtne barreirfleld bending witn but his is not the plowmans the sowers craft or the glean The poets of i an undiscovered Utopia has cheered us but the actually landing it jieaj real the That should be spent in preparing for war to every dollar spent on agriculture was a wrong dis he Bryan de clared that the reason the farmer had received so little benefit from the ap propriations of the public money was because he bad not had a voice iu the legislative Men of other pro fessions had occupied the positions in congress and In the legislatures and the farmer had been he de Perhaps the most Important visitor at the Bryan home was Herman Rid der of New one of the Demo cratic campaign Rldder 1 ison his way east and stopped off to nave a talk with the presidential can He brought very flattering re ports ot the political situation as be found it in the west and particularly amonc the German In the opinion of Rldder the real Issue of the campaign is the tariff and he thought the party leaders should give more time to that From careful said I am now convinced that the Democratic national ticket will be elected this This opinion is not based on neither does de sire sway me In forming but It is the result of careful canvass made by myself and my friends since the Denver There will be many surprises when the result of the vote Is I have found In every section of the country bitter resentment against Re publicans among members of their own party because of the attitude of the leaders on the tariff question Every one who remembers the experi ence of those who approached the house and senate lenders during the last session of congress to urge a re duction of the duty on any article knows that there Is no chance of a real revision of the tariff If the Re publicans win this The Germans of the country are going to support the Democratic ticket almostunani mously this the In dependence party means to enter the state of Ohio this fall was made clear in a communication to secretary of In a letter from with headquarters in le quest is made for nomination BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL At New 220012 10 14 2 44 Wlltse and Bresnahan and Need ham MOren and R HE 7 1 43 Willis and Gibson and Phelpa Brown and At RHE 0 0 0 0 10 9 1 Tuckey and Graham Mclntyre and Standing of the 74 46 47 49 65 53 64 71 77 77 Games 1lltsburg at Chicago Louis at AMERICAN At RHE 9 7 2j White and Sullivan Chech and i At RHE 11 1 7 2 Powell and Stephens Sum mers and At New y v R H E I 6 1 Johnson and Street Doyle At RHE 10 3 OOOlOOOOOfJ 0 6 Young and Criger Dygert and Second RHE fl 1 11Y1 Arellanos and Donohue Salve and t Standing of the TALE OF SLEUTH JAILSUNIpNISTSJp Dramatic Sequel to the Chester Trolley Strike PEDDIfti THROWS OFF MASK Rfeveals Himself as Hired to Spy Upon Striking peats Alleged Confessions of Car Dynamiting and Other Alleged Out He Was Into Confidence of and companied Party of Themon mltlng given by a who start of the Chester trolley posing as a street wormed his way Into the of the union leaders and from their lips confessions Ot splrany to dynamite and destroy A railway caused a seniaUott at the hearing of Patrick j president and national ot Amalgamated Association otI and Electric Railway EmployesJKJJ Ham ot Chaster and strikers arraigned before the Williamson at fifteen defendants were held bail for It was the testimony of the tlve which made out the prlma facie qase against the accused Hejts Fred Waokter of ing with Vice President up each inan11ft dence they 50 69 52 53 67 56 61 64 61 67 82 v Games Cleveland at Detroit at Referendum Election Decided a special cau cus of the Democratic members of the city council it was decided to hold a special meeting of the council tonight to provide for the special election upon the street railway For some time the necessary petition to refer the franchise granting of the Cleveland railway to the voters of the city has been before the city It develops that the sale of either stocks or bonds of the new je property is leaped by the Munic ipal Traction is being inter rupted by the referendum hanging ftra and as such financial assistance Is necessary to provide proper service decision to have the election on 22 was finally reached by the Democratic who are In the youngsters kind that will stand amount of hard Childrens medium weight high long sleeve Vests or ankle length Finer 35 to ac cording to Childrens Union long ankle 55cfor rise of 5c suit on each size on Plymouth planted the tree of beneath whqse shade we rest and by real fruits we No William Taft Is of the pilgrim is the wisdom that makes the Ideal vision a living Tried In every realm of tested In every department of he never yet has He is a skilled seaman of statesmanship who takes his reckoning by the fixed stars of human nature and an uncertain astrologer casting absurd horoscopes from imaginary signs and And not once on all his voy ages has the reckoning he baa made been wrong not onre has a single horoscona that Bryan has cast been When the great commander who has guided our ship of state through storms of opposition and amid trip rocks hptred1 straight for the nnrt of our higher hopes and our larger lib voluntarily steps bridge and delivers his fm let UB hand It to officer aboird pd bor of hearts blanks forpresidential state and county This Is the first request of such a nature ever received by the secretary of state and what Ac tion will be token remains to be RAWHIDE IN ASHES Ou BUW ife aJSand ot strikers Barnes and confession which the made to believing him to be an ardent sympathizer withtheir and ready to aid them in At the ednctuslon of tlmony District Attorney Delaware county declared that a plete case had been established although counsel for the pleaded for their were held for SCHERU GAINS7GNT Bush Fires In Buckeye fires which had been raging east of Jeffer son without much damage for days broke out with njuclv accelerated fury and swept over many acres of woodland and threatening many farmhouses and outbuildings and do Ing big TUe farmers left their work to flght but apparent ly were unable to make stand against The men for mamy miles around are organising Into bands to wprk systematically to stop further The village of Jefferson is full ot smoke and residents tear the town will be The wells in the on which It depends tor in are all nearly dry ana colic Fori Will Chamberlains Cholera well cramp Wiped Out by Fire thou sand people a score or more Injured and a property loss of over is the result of 4 disastrous More than a ton and a half of dynamite was used In the demolition of which In a measure stayed the A subscription list was started and in a few minutes more than was raised and a relief train started from Reno carrying food and beddingAH the mining towns of the state quickly to the assistance ot the Rawhide suf ferers with Plans were well under fora reconstruction of the town before the ashes were The Press Times and Bustler newspaper wer the jpacWRery Electors to Go on Both New mittee composed ot National teeman Dupont and Jfc appointed to consider the ginla Republican in which the faction with as ite gubernatorial nominee at the electors and congressional dates on the ticket headed itf Swlsher be placed on the gcnerr held further consideration of Swlsher appeared the After the Committee had adjourned Ward announced that no decision would be announced until V It Is understood that the subcojpjr mlttee will report to the national fa mlttee requesting It to dlrecj the sB Swlsher forces give the Scherr people to place their A ors and congressional thejr An informal roeetjng ot the members rof the executive tee of the Republican mlttee was held at headquarters the general situaljon was 1 telegram from Milwaukee States Circuit Judge Nathan Gaff that his name postlvely muat f used as a compromise candidate tie the bitter Republican factional I over the TO GIVE to Three QM years wiH the Urand Amy gress for further relief looking to an the service pension redu years at veteran caa receive ftt W other amending the pending pension WH to eligible to the m   

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