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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED 1891 SEPtEMftBtt li PRICE 2 CENT8 PSR CANNON IS ATT BRYANS WEALTH ABOUT SI Democratic Nominee Denies the V Statement of Cannon ATTACKS UNCLE JOES RECORD Charges Him With Being Agent In of Predatory Him to Tell What He and Where It Came Cannon Speaker Thwarted Rooievelt In His Efforts to Defeat of Uncle personal onslaughts on Speaker J6 Cannon of the national house representatives were made Wll llam In the course ot his through The tHimo eratlc candidate attacked Cannon from all charged the speak with being the favorite of jpreda ipry with having stran gled reform legislation and with hav ing falsified the facts with regard to Bryans Bryan bided his time before giv ing vent to his until hehad reached Speaker Cannons congression al when a tenmlmlte stay was made at A great crowd had Assembled to hear him and the immediately launched into his philippic against the Mov ing on fromToledo Bryan re peated remarks at Not content at I these two the Democratic can didate tor president later at where he stayed for tjiree openly accused the speaker of telling a falsehood when the speaker fixed Bryans wealth a million Bryan referred towhat he said were the many exaggerated state ments In regard to his earthly posses but declared that Cannons Statement before the Springfield con vention was he attempt ot a man of political standing or responsibility to estimate these Worth In this connection said Many exaggerated statements have been made In regard to my earthly but this Is the first time the statement has been made by any man of political standing or responsi I think I am justified therefore In stfeaklng of this which might otherwise be considered too per sonal a matter for public My The First brought me and I gave an equal amount of profits to the various committees that had carried on the campaign of lectures have been profitable and mywritings have paid me but no one attends the lectures unless he wants to do so and no one buys what I he Is Interested In reading More than half of my time Since 1896 has been glrven to gratuitous and yet I have been able to support myself and accumulate property which I would estimate at about but as one can never accurately say what prop erty is worth until he sells It I will fix as the outside the maxi of my and I am willing to leave the public to determine wheth fr that Is more than I ought to hate earned or whether I have earned It And having answered tne criticism of Cannon and shown that his accusation Is I think I am justified In asking him to be as frank with the public as I have He began holding office In when I was a year and during the last fortyseven years he has held office more than forty years of the time and ut twentyfive years 0f that has Ijeen member Tins Been drawng 9 salarythat the ofcoiifMs so Inadequate that the Hilary has recent ly been Will he tell us what be has been o whom he has Sold It and how much IJR Eot for It He ought to tell us whether he has made any toioney lecturing or writing by selling wind and to use his owrt choice htm tell us how much he Is worth and how he made If he thinks that the wealth of a presidential candidate and the course of such a candidates In come should be known will he deny that the speakers wealth and his sources of Income should be known Not Affected by the The entire day was spent in Illinois afd Altogether Bryan made seven the places at which Were made being Newton and and Poseyvllle and The heat was but the Democratic candidate seemed not to be affected by Wherever he went he was large and enthusi astic During a short visit to the fair grounds at he was balled with acclaims ot In Bvansville Bryan spoke on the People the trust regulation election ot sena by direct vote of the spoke at Toledo for ten In support of the candidate for When the train pulled In so great was the that many sought the roof of the station and surrounding build Bryan charged that Speaker support of James the Republican vice presi dential had strangled legls tatoii the house In spite the recommendations of the wlltYratrel ofer the Pennsylvania end MW railroads to Whestt whSre he Is due to arrive New1 fork declaration that everything was harmonious with tha party In New York state and Sii InttmAtlon that the Mo Cftrren delegates from Kings county would be saated In the state conven tion at Rochester hftkt week were In an In formal talk b Qbalrman William Connors of theDemocratic state com mittee at Democratic The chairman also declared that for mer Presiding Justice Morgan OBrien of theappellate division of the supreme first would be either the temporary or permanent chairman of the state and fliat Judge Alton Parker would be the other I It was definitely announced at na I tlonal Democratic hendquarters that William Bryan would speak at Car Bogle hall In this city on Herman Rldder wlU preside at the Says Cinnon Will Be President iniT Gompers of the American Federation HEPBURN LAW G VEN A JOLT of In a report to the executlvo I I DIVINE RIGHT VINDICATED UNCLESAMLOSES TO GOAL TRUST Attempt at Regulation Declared Unconstitutional We still have considerable goods left from stock bought by Sheriffs fomerly owned by Speer whlchiitnust fgo at once to raise money to pay whatjwe borrowed to buy the Prices cut lower than lOc red and blue 60c working 50c dress 75c dress shirts 25c black and brown smashed to 50c caps smashed Canvas gloves Mens working 25c fancy OFF on bows and tecks Ladles pocket Mens Mens council of that declares that Speaker Cannon will be defeated for reelection to the pers made a statement his recent visit to the home ot the and said that the reports received visit and before and since led hlni to believe that IBe prospect for retirement very encouraging Not he Is the labor element opposed to but the reform element IB gen eral was actively antagonizing the re turn of Cannon to the SECRETARY WILSON WALKS CRIIICS Disarms Anvil Chorus In Veter inariesConvention United Circuit Judges Gray and Bufflngton De clare Commodities Clauie Not In Harmony With Fundamental Attempt to Remedy Abuses Arising prom Engaging In Mining and Selling Coal to Caie May Be TRISIATE IN 8RIEF worth Shaving brushes Razors at Razor strops Ink 2 Clarks 3 One lot ot Ladles and Childrens Shoes will go at this No two pairs Shots from up to your at m 1 that If the Republicans succeed and Cannon elected he will again be speaker and Cannon represents what is known as the etandpat Idea in He represents the theory that all Is well and nothing needs to be he has many peo ple who agree with but1 the prin among those who have thetrhairasln othatv peoples pockets and do not want to1 be Every predatory Bryan was crying for Cannons Every man who Is feasting on privi said every man In this district who is fattening on govr ernmental favoritism Is anxious that Cannon shall be and that the Republican party shall carry the next It Is natural that these people should vote for He Is for them and they are only showing an expressed gratitude when they favor his reelection to the house and the It la entirely natural that these people should be opposed to a Democratic for the Is in favor of the Equal rights to all and special privi leges to Cannon does not represent the reforms for which Roosevelt has We do not mean to say that Roosevelt has contended for enough reform nor that he has gone as far as he ought to have gone In Uie reform for which he has But we can say that the speaker of the house has bean opposed to him when the president has stood for reform and that the speaker of the house has thwarted him wherever possible In making any progress toward Parting Shot at Incidentally he tooka parting shot at Speaker He left at oclocji far whence he of the American Veterinary Medical as in convention who j have been criticizing the attitude of I Secretary James Wilson of the depart i ment of agriculture for fled the schools of the country with reference to bility of its graduates for United States weregiven a surprise when the Secretary walked In upon the body at Its Secretary short told the he had heard they were criticizing him and he thought he had better 1 drop In on the meeting and what it He told the members how he appreciated the work they and was re ceived with much The convention had previously di rected that papers Leom ard Pearson and the as well as speeches defend ing that1 be turned over to the executive committee to be sent to the but after his address the convention adopted a resolution Ing him for his Interest In the veterj inary profession and his efforts to pro j tect the public and there no furi ther reference to the sending of the addresses of criticism to Untarthed Rich digging a sewer workmen uncovered a rich vein of barytes and lead The vein runs north and south and leads Into the grounds of the state univer It is regarded as an mnusuaHy valuable mens shoes mens shoes mens shoes mens shoes Everything Must Go Nothing Held Back REMEMBER THE 110 Main S I Next to Mathers1 Mill Look tor the Bijj Red Sherifts Sale Sign B B college womens hats The soft Felt Hats trimd with Silk Scarfs are taking A jaunty girlish ness particularly Soft Felt Cllltge to iiest soft Felt Hats we ever bilk Stitcht Childrens Headwear second college mens MoVe money and time spent getting new dressy Soft Hats for College Men this Uwn ever assortment plainly shows it New Shapes and shades so they Die In of After sending his wife and small chil dren to safety at a half a mile away Jacob with his two respectively twelve aad fourteen years of met death Tuesday while trying to fight off the forest fires that swept their homestead near river in this county clear of every building and all the harvested News of the tragedy reached here The older Herneshlenjl with the clothing partially burned oK was found drowned In a well on the fireswept but there was no trace of the two Battleships In Port West After a voyage from Mel bourne American battleships dropped anchor at 7 oclock morn Ing off King point at the entrance to Princess Royal harbor Jn King sound Great the coming of the sighting of which from Break Island was rf parted several Out the fine of wainst Gurry for sold one bottle ol Curry declared that the ituff was an imita but proved It to be hargh and unreasonable and an invasion of the rights of the and therefore repugnant to the the United States circuit court for the eastern district of Pennj sylvanla dismissed the suits of the federal government to enforce the com modltles of the Hepburn rail road act against the anthracite coal carrying of this Judges Qeqrge Gray and George Dallas j flled opinionsdismissing the suits and I Judge Joseph Bufflngton did not file an i The commodities prohibits companies to transport in In terstate commerce any or com modity mined or pro duced by them or under their author The case was argued in United States Attorney General Bona parte principal argu ment for the The effect of the commodities clause If constitu tional would be to confine the mining of anthracite coal by the railroads tpr use In Pennsylvania orcomrel therailroads to uell all themining property they are Interested in either directly or It is almost cer tain that the case will be appealed to the United States supreme The principal opinion was written by Judge Us president of the anthracite strike has an Intimate knowledge of the mining of hard coal and of the many ramifica tions in the ownership of the coal Judge Dallas said in his opin ion that it cannot be denied that the commodities clause was enacted not actually for the regulationof inter state but really to coerce the conformity of intrastate business with a policy approved by Judge Gray in his opinion discussed at great length the limitations put upon congress by the constitution and concluded as follows From every point of which we have been able to approach the question the unreasonableness and Invalidity of this socalled commodities clause Is It In vades therlghts of the state by strik ing down the liberty hitherto innocent ly enjoyed tiy Us citizens under the laws and usages of the to engage in Interstate commerce to fullest as to all harmless whether owned or not owned by the and deprives of their property these contrary to flje letter and spirit of the flfthamend raent to the If the enact ment in question be warranted by the commerce clause of the constitution it is hard to see what bounds may be set to the exercise of that It will Indeed be an open through which the forces of a centralization hitherto unknown may enter at will to he overthrow of that ust balance he federal and state for the makers of the constitution so wisely provided as an essential to ic preservation of our dual form of overnment We confine ourselves to the con rete facts presented by the pleadings n these cases and Intimate no opinion ither way as to cases where property tas boon acquired by the sub equent to the passage of the For he reasons these bills in equity are dismissed and petition for writs of mandamus the aw side of thjs court are try ing to eioss ilia Maude Dai age was killed by a trolley Pal a hearing the flre Jumped out of bed so suddenly that he dislocated his left leg at the Hlllng of William a by Harry another at Phoenlxville by shooting makes fifth tragedy that has occurred In Har rison county in the last two oc curred between the union and non union stogie makers The fac tions met on the street and fought a desperate resulting In serious Injury to John White that William alias William de had been arrested in Clncln natl caused great Joy throughout Fay ette and Westmoreland where he is very wanted tor alleged a wellknown young busi ness man of this placed the muzxle of a shotiua In his mouth and blew hetop of head He leaves widow and No act la annual conrentlom of Aawrleah of adjourned to meet at PlttSburg If W at the time as the convention ot the Army of the A movement on foot to building charged with burying alive a was placed on trial In police His defense was that the chloroformed by someone other than the defendant an8 was supposed to be automobile line between andt dis tance of sixteen big passenger running times each way during the line is operated the Spencer vllleLlma Auto have been posted at the Pennsylvania rail road shops Increasing the working time to fifty a The order affects moit ot whom have been working onlf a week since last Rev ORATORS START ON LAKE CRUISE Steamship Roosevelt Puts to SM WILL MAKE CIRCUIT OF LAKE Carrying Good Republican Doctrine to of Cltlee That Adorn Shores of Lake Michigancandidate taft Bleating and a to Be Delivered by the Politi cal Missionaries Not to Put Their True In Idol of the the rival political forces engaged all the line on naval warfare begun whan the Theodore Roose which in of peace Is a huge excursion left Chicago manned by Republican 400 of the Marauette a Republican organization ot tills s The days program called tor a meet Ing at Michigan and There meetinja today at and Saturday at voice A message from4 Judge Taft was received just before James Republican date for governor ot Indiana Jt Cubblson of BOutell and Poss of Illinois and ney General Taylor of Indiana make Governor Deneen Illinois will apeak at Waukegan and Vice President Fairbanks toaddiesa a gathering at ManW i message read cerely bope that the whlche you you safely and that you will carryjt good Republican doctrine to 4 BUUCl IVByUUIHiAH w 000 people whom you will meet on tha trip and that you will convince that It the height of folly for s Omega church of the of the city with her about forty She appears In We pulpit wearing a long white American Just as regaining the confidence ot which is necessary to of to put in Democratic party under Us whoee political whoee political but make leadership afaenace to Powerful OB paper at least Is the most powerful warship ever built launched here Sept of jjeraons 6 Cannon thefcamnMfLtqr From her neck dangles a go d reelectlon to jn thKits i attached to a long string of gold towjj por almoBt two TM She has already cellected four tne paying hie to Qom1 v president of the American eratlon of who on labor urged union working men to JF against the Cannon he would vote In the boycott and1 some other things In the nrst football game of the season at Braden ville four of the players were They are William right arm broken while mixed up in a scrim mageJoseph Cald left ear al JOSEPH UlllUWOIlt I w r most torn oft Charles three j manded by Including teeth knocked face injunction that would make fnsh William Stiff several i bones In leftM of one and fowl of hand broken in flying the first time in a score of years the pem ocrats of this judicial which extends from Ashtabula county down the east line Ohio and includes fourteen will a fight for a place on the A conven tion has been called here for 26 to select a candidate against Judge nominated two weeks ago at Warren on the Republican recordbreak ing run was made by an extra car on the Western Ohio lnteiurban line when the thirty miles between Wapakoneta and Bluffton was traversed exactly thirtyfive including Re slow run through the portion of The car was an the or der for It having been overlooked an tll a late which made a run in order to make connec DECKED WITH SEEKS DEATH IN LAKE Wilt ot Mllllewlra Corporillw lawyer Finn From Ww When Become If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should ake Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and not ilsk having Bright8 disease or Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not delay taking Fpleye Kidney Rem Bessemer 3 yellow 26 Ohio Ohio full 1IH9K Supply air and market tidy Ml tody of Ashton IB white and literally covered with for tune in was found In the lake on the estate of Stewart at Short by bloodhounds which had been brought from New York to seek Harvey was the wife of Ashton a aire corporation and lived their magnlflcemt country esUto at1 Short who was wealthy In her own bad been peeull arly and her daufhter Dorothy and son Harold became alarmed when houft In to her and and waving all of kejr About her neok wore a and on had placed a Her was covered wUa tuipunM j and other witn I and her AUfftrs jeweled ItovM I   

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