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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                V TAFT WILL PRICE 2 CENTS PER MAKE TOUR PLENTY OF CASH FOR CAMPAIGN Draioeriltt XHIiWI I HOLDS MEEiUK CHICAGO I AFT WILL MAKE ACTIVE CANVASS Trip From Sandusky Shows His Speaking Ability PLANTS MANY STURDY BLOWS Attitude of Democratic Party Toward Philippine Question Covt Two 6V Warfare Went Would Jeopardised by Elec tion of Many Along to William Tatt will make a complete and exten sive ot the United States before November election may be an the personal determination ot the Taft will rely on the record made by on his trip from to Ihis city as complete ot hisability to make food in a campaign of physical capacity of from north to couth through out state of Taft made himself tbe aggressor in the political We said In first and princi pal of the day at Soidusky that it elected president he would devote energies to constructive rec to for legisla tion which would clinch the Roosevelt poMcles of At the j same time he made it clear that the regulation by the government ot Inter state business should not onjy sound In legal principle but that the interpretation and enforcement of the law should both clear and to the end that legitimate aggregation of capital should not beprevented or and Chat confidence in commercial stability ot the coun try should be on the firmest Taft also pledged himself to further the of government supervision of the issue ot and bonds of interstate Republican Labor Later in the day Taft declared that the Republican party had made the best record in labor legislation during thejast seven years of all pre vloua records since Washingtons SU11 In Ms flying trip through the the candidate declared with great emphasis that Bryan and the Democratic partj were responsible for at two years fighting In the Philippines which would have been unnecessary in tbe absence of opposi tion in this who Is comfortably en sconced at the home of his Charles began the day with an addrew to the veterans who are quar tered at the soldleru home at San Then oame the principal speech of the day to an audience which filled the Sandusky Opera At oclock the start made in a spe cial car for Ten minutes at the candidate re ceived only the cheers of the pop but a huge bouquet et flowers tossed to him on the rear of his car by a bevy of children At York an stop allowed bul words ejid a It was al a tew after the that opportunity given after an in troduetton to a large crowd by Repre sentative that the candidate talked tariff revision along protection The Republican he said had not abandoned principle and In that respect differed from Demo cratic which would cHuregari American Industries Jn the interest o tariff for revenue At Green Springs the BURNING FORESTS cbrdlat shout of Tiffin was on the map and Taft and Taftleft the and mounted stpTid near the wtytch waa a WD ted with flowers and crowded a bevy of Old Glory girls1 In Mere Taft gave his views on ve opposed class fvoed such enactments as would lare ah equal footing with in making contracts for serv Tlflln crowd numbered a hfytmnd and more and gave evidence f lieariy Vorys pulled he ifidMeta by his coat tails while ie crod ntimg to his right hand and cbHiirtor shouted All aboard the next a platform was also It was e tnt tho candidate took Bryan o liotit his Philippine he Bryan says that It fringing on his patents with oereme to the Philippines and we pdopted bis t assert wthout and 1 know what I w taVing that the war was nntiniifld two years longer in thePhll pnnen because of the attitude Bryan and Ills pariy on that Welcomed by Big Wharton there WHS only time for a cheer at Kenton a reminiscence by that hlsflrst campaign ng was done there while short were made at Urbana and Springfield and Dayton vied with Bach other for the biggest crowds pf he day 4ntl each was exprewive of Redfire and helped the crowds at Mlddletown and Franklin aad the ipeaktnc time William That Victory Now Entirely Upon Perfection df Awerte Thai the Outlook Now Thin a Month to Pvoria Today to DMMcnktle ventlon of I told the members of the national committee at their meeting here that with A perfect organization to conduct the presidential flght the victory for Democracys cause Vas as Bryan said that and Kern had presented tho Issues carefully and that he was absolutely confident that he Vould be elected It there was a strong organization to hold the ground that had been The outlook for said I was much brighter than it was a month Colonel chairman of the finance informed the com ntttee that funds were being received in which in the aggre gate totaled a large Colonel Wet TmSTATENfcWS IN BftlEF Th4 occasion was fcy the people of Qirard with great per ot the voters in Logan county Qve men voted 155 Weatherholt died from the ef of a blow on the said to have been dejilt by Joseph Messen men were at a dance when trouble arose over a masked men entered the station here and at the point of ordered the R to open the Ho did and the highwaymen secured but overlooked a large pack age of WANTED WOMAN TO KILL HIM Klce of Lait Inquest Into the of Frederick Rus who was found fatally shot at the door ot his home it this has de veloped several Abble the womari who was known to be last in Ruatlns declared that Rustln had been talking ot committing suicide but that he wished to disguise the act so as to protest hln lite Insurance for the benefit his After much importunity he in ducad her to promise to kill him and then take her own I Arrangements to this were made for but her nerve On Tuesday night Rus tln pointed out to her on the street oar a man he had prom ised to do tbe that It would b done that 8he Identi fied Charles a clerk In cal and a member of a proml FIRE THREATENS Ottir THIS Uio M From Forests UHCLEJOEGANNONS SCALP MUCH SOUGHT MetHoillst Ghurcli WBI Oppose a nru nent as the to by pris confined in the Adams county jail escaped and are now in the Ken tucky hills opposite this They ALL HANDS RESIST THE FIEKO A Prim Duluth toc Metropolis of Range and ehlft of Wlftd Dl But Other In Region In Imminent In of Their lenfor Many the doctor or that he had anything to do with the Dwrla has i not been We still have considerable goods left from stock bought by Sheriffs fomerly owned by which must go at once to raise money to pay what we borrowed to buy the Prices cut than 10c red and blue 60c working BOc dress shirts 75c shirts 25c black and brown smashed 50c capfi smashed Canvas gloves Mens working 25c fancy I OFF on bows and tecks Ladies pocket Mens BP Mens worth Shaving Razors at Razor strops 17c Ink 2 Clarks 3 One lot of Ladles and ChildrensShoes will go at this No two pairs Shots from up to your choice at 39C recent tion ot the legislative committee of the temperance society of the Metho dist Episcopal church in advising all Methodist voters who favor the inter state liquor shipments bill to vote for congressional candidates who are op posed to the reelection of Represent ative Cannon as speaker has been fol lowed by the decision ot the commit It was announced at the commit tee headquarters here to carry into the speakers district and recommend he be opposed for re election to The flght on the speaker will be conducted from Chi mainly through the Northwest ern Christian which is the official Methodist paper throughout most of Cannons The issue of the Northwestern Ad which appears contains statements from a majority of the bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church condemning the courseof the speaker in it is a vote the Interstate and approving the repommendation of thejegslatlve committee in advocating his MeMlI a young was attacked and murdered by a Lawson Inlher home near The negro la still at NATIONAL CHAIRMAN MACK more said that he believed that the committee all the money it needed to pay campaign After Colonel Wetmores speech sev eral members of the committee volun teered contributions to the campaign National Chairman Mack said after the meeting had adjourned We had a very fine meeting was a general conference at which Bryan was present along with members of the executive and financial com Reports were made from al of the states In which there will be real were i highly encouraging and were pleasing I alike to Bryan and members of the There Is no worry about Contributions are com ing in liberally Of we are not expecting big for we willnot to get large but we will have sufficient funds to meet legitimate expenses of the Mrl Mack accqmpanied Bryan to the candidate will ad dress tho Democratic state convention Davis testified that he attempted srlcide on the night In question by taking drugs furnished him by Hua are being pursued by the sheriff and he omlBea to um One charged with u u refused to escapd with the t followed mother home were the only words spoken by jHerschel a well cnown young as he staggered nto his mothers home iad been working at where he took sick on He died of Morgan head of the parochial of has Inaugurated a curfew law which imposes upin the parents the duty of thijlr chil dren oft the streets after 8 No child out after that hour will be per mitted to fo to SepC Prater of this who drew tats BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL At HB Chicago I 2 Clnctoaatl I J 2 ReulbacU and Moran Rowan and At R H B Boston 4 94 Sparks and Dooln Dorner and Smith RHB 2 3 1 Caninifzitnd Gibson Klnbotham and being OOOOflO0000 charted as cured from the Toledo B B mens shoes mens shoes 179 mens shoes mens shoes Bryan to Speak at Bryan will address West Virginia Hemocrats at Wheeling on Friday West Virginias Democratic national Jofcn1 Me has Just wired the arrangements to Chairman it was thought that would make two speeches In the state while on this tour of the but owing to the short stay In West virrinla no afternoon ad1 has been found by rela In an asylum at Sag He will be brought was an nounced at the Western penitentiary that the condition of former register and recorder of Fay ette county and cashier of the First National bank of now serving a fiveyear sentence in that Is Anderson has lost the power of speech and Ms body is John age and Miss Emma age both were at the courthouse to secure a marriage Smith was unable to secure a license aa he had only forty eight cents with The couple came herefrom Midland They stating that they would return after payday when they would have sufficient money to take out a that Dllmori age is a luna tic and that formerly Ida May weddedhim secretly with design to procure his his relatives have presented a petition in court that the marriage be It Is set forth that he has property worth and that twenty years ago ho was adjudged a The woman he married was a widow With six Pltmaurlce of and Vautelet of who were appointed by the Canadian government 4 3 Mathewson and Bresnahan Rucker and Standing of 46 626 48 78 67 56 66 78 44 81 02 Games Philadelphia at Cincinnati at Chicago at New York at AMERICAN At K HH 9 1 New 8 1 Vickers Dygert and Schreck Man ning and RHB 00000300 C 1 0 100 0 0 00 45 Young and Donojiue Keeley and At R H E 12 M 00000110 10 1 White and Sullivan Willett and At R B 01 00001002 7 0 5 0 and Stephens Lleb hardt and Standing of the Ladies Suit Section has a1 drew oould be ar Everything Must Go Nothing Held Back REMEMBER THE 110 Main Look lor the Big Red Sherifts Sale Sign The great variety of and materials affords opportunity for telec tiuii and satisfaction beyond all With a very moderate amount money you can get something diittinctively smart and suits at these frtcet Mly at and at there are Suits 9uoh rignificant excellence wt you to well will no doubt very the and at midnight will leave or for a speech there He will be Qolonel Me raws guest at the ifttters summer ottagMn Deer on Not New of the ppllcation of the test in htrteen of the assembly of Jew York and Kings counties In the lepubllcan primary elections were de Idedly interesting and decidedly con According to figures obtain six of the New York districts cast majorities for therenomlnatlon of the governor three All of he three Kdngs county districts cast majorities against his renom The Kings county tptala showed a net vote of more than two to one against the All kinds of wtoloh have been daya threaten the largest and prosperoua town on the Mesaba The have been getting closer Every of neia closed and men are alt out fighting the A telegram from Hlbblngsays t Thefire la very theGreat Northernspur on aide of Broofr a suburb of and wind is blowing in our The yft The sky Is clearing of stnoka but we are threatened pn the In response to an the has gone the while the Mesaba railroad has Hibblng to taXi people v tt from the forest isurrojind the dark that the have on the citizens to see their way The smoke atifllftg very Unless the changes Coleralne and According to late advices the situation for a time looked s wind Is now M the fire in an opposite direction from the The schools and business T houses closed and everyone t pared to Grand on the is on the verge of the The women are weeping with frjght and the worafc part of the situation is that there no avenue of county attorney of j who haa been camping bevond uypnew camp and with party V Grand Marais in a Settlers are walking into Grand turned and wHh jj packs of their valuable ings on their backs and their families draggingbehind Wtoen Smithleft the state of Grand Marais was in ens were loath to leave their hotnes v and belongings without making a so many of them remained V Smithsays that an east would bring on the destruction Grand Maraii in an hour and powF can the It a flre comes fore a boat there of the population wjll be In been no rain In ik aear are here In conulta tlon with the officers of the Phoenix Iron company and also designer of the illfated with whom they went over the revised for the new Holt of Beaver sitting for the trial of of the Farmers and Dwnrera National bank that failed for million granted a coatlnu owing to news paper accounts of failure public opinion had Inflamed agalnat and it impcwitble or hip to have a fair Ripoharti 52 55 55 tbe flrestricken country for fourteen 73 69 63 466 65 68 Chicago at Boston at Louis Old Communion Set com munion pet presented to tbeCongregr church of this town by Lieuten ant Governor Moses Oill of Princeton In 1767 has been in a deep closet under the church The anve wr mo trial in the federal court may take I clotet nai not been used for neatly place In to B hundred Attorney When If any person that their are deranged they should Wright Helfbt ana1 Tort Myer Orvllle the two Rery arrested here oe the of embeMlIng from in Warrant 3 the mans had Cincinnati by the Unlonjown It Is alleged that tbe f bank qlerk and that failed to K potit in bank large that Han miners gave hire for t nWfj V of the Cincinnati were taken suspension bridge to determine volume of water In river by ot the The work id mine the of a i volr system at the 9 streams for controlling the and body rt an with been found the chore of 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