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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ABL1SHED SEPTEMBER PRICE 2 CENTS PEtl NEBRASKAN AT WHEELING ONE THOUSAND TRAINS EACH DAY Says Will Enter Me BHYAN SPEAKS ATWHEELING After Busy Days Work in the Buckeye State NEBRASKAN IS WELL RECEIVED Enormous Crowds Greet Him atWheeN Where State Fair Is In Spaaks to Many Thousands on the Wharf and Assails Record of Republican During Short He Talks on Pop ular Election of Senators and Cam paign Jennings the Democratic candi date for last evening was West Virginias A royal wel oome was accorded him as his private car containing himself and party and a big reception crossed fhe Ohio river and entered this The river front was a mass of humanity and as Democracys lead er stepped foot on West Virginia soil he was cheered to the His car wasstopped directly in front of the but so great was the crowd that the combined efforts of the po lice could prevent him from being forced to struggle his way Speaking last night to a multitude of persons on the very shore of the river Itself and with the state of Ohio directly Bryan pointed j out the differences In the two plat forms and made a plea for Demo was conducting KTs campaign on a platform so obnoxious to him that ha was forced to continually patch It up with amendments of his Much stresa was laid mi the labor and anti Injunction planks of the Democratic his remarks In this respect striking a responsive chord from hun dreds of unemployed workmen from the Ohio steel who flew Into a frenzy of Climax of Eventful The visit to Wheeling was the cli max of an eventful day In the na tive state of From the time the Democratic candidate left Jolum bus early in the morning until he crossedthe Ohio river into West Vir ginia the crowds which gathered along the line of travel made insistent de mands for his appearance and to talk to us a In his address here MrvBryan re ferred to the fact that hlsthlrd nomi nation for the presidency had a sig nificance that could not be overlooked either by Republicans or In former campaigns I suffered de he and those defeats would have been sufficient to have eliminated me from politics if my claim to public attention was based upon personal my I have not been vain enough to be lieve that any large part of the inter est felt in of the confidence ex pressed in of the affection felt to ward me Is due to personal I have 1 do that the faet that I maintain my place in polities is due to the strength of the things for which I The Repub he may well ask them selves whether they had not underei timated Democratic policies when cratic He frequent ref erence to Taft and told his audi ence thai tle Republican candidate those policies were strong enough to give him a third Talks on Guarantee of On the subject of the guarantee of bank deposits Bryan asserted that would suppose there were no dis honest I object to having the bankers slander each he they say worse things about other than I would dare to but1 wfien they fail me wont trust each other I tell them the ought not to surprised If there Is some lack of confidence among the referred to bankers morrey under tie I do not he now much money is in but everybody know that there and If I were a bankei I would be ashamed to have an old piece of carpet running rivalry with a safety vault In time of The Democratic candidate ridiculed MPT Taft for his criticism of himself INSPECTS JOB i i President of Pennsylvania Outlines Plans of That Company In Connection With Tunnel and Sub way He Will Be in Operation by May 1 of Next Over Site of Great Electric Work Upon Which Has Already James McCrea and anumber of offi cials of the Pennsylvania railroad ar rived in Newark to begin an inspec THE GREAT TUNNEL GRAND MARAIS SEEMS DOOMED BY FLAMES Threatened Town Duluth gept Ma m from Qn the tion of the Pennsylvanias new route north on flrei The training regarding Ms attitude concerning tho th h fhe new from New natrl thot Toffr llnolon trusts and said that Taft libeled the businessof the country when he assumes that the injection of a little honesty will have the effect of extir pating and destroying Shall the People Rule Referring to the fact that the over shadowing issue of the campaign from the Democratic standpoint Shall the people rulex Bryan said he was sure that his first speech had some for I heard two distinct one from Cincinnati and one from he at the first oppor tunity had announced that the people did and in his first had said that could not be the issue because it would be an Insult to the people to say that they did not my said the Demo cratic candidate amid laughter and I will take you into my con fidence and tell you that I did not ex pect Taft or Sherman to plead as the Republican party is in they could not have ship Gopher Is taking the citizens ou Latest reports say the flre has overwhelmed the The town appears to be and it Is feared York to expect to have our complete tunnel and subway system In opera tlon by May said President i that per8Ona wnl be homeless The system will be eleotri1 tnere fled throughout and If is expected that Beaver on the north shore of ihe total cost will not exceed the rake eighty miles northeast set aside for the Sooner than the people of Newark realize It will be possible to go from the city by tunnel to Long Island We still have considerable goods left from stock bought by Sheriffs fomerlySowned by must go at once to raise money to pay what we borrowed to buy the Prices cut lover than 10c red and blue 60c working 50c dress 75c dress 25e black and brown smashed 50c caps smashed Canvas gloves Mens working 25c fancy bows and tecks Ladies pocket Mens 5c Mens worth Shaving brushes Razors Razor strops Ink 2 Clarks 3 5c One lot o Ladles and Childrens Shoes will go at this No twx pairs Shots from up to your choice at 39C admitted that the people do without signing their death warrant Bryan left at oclock over the Baltimore and Ohio railroad for At Steubenvlllo a crowd estimated at from to and from a railroad truck beside the track his car was being shifted to an other train Bryan addressed As he had done at other in the ho delivered shafts of ridicule at whose speeches he de clared had darkened rather than il luminated the subjects which compose the Republican Bryan seized upon the demon stration for him to put to his vast au dience these questions How many of you believe that United States sen ators should be elected bjt direct vote of the people How many of you be lieve that we ought to have a publica tion of campaign that above a reasonable minimum before election A sea of hands went said by your votes you have declared that you stand on the Democratic platform instead of on the Republican Altogether the reception of the Democratic candidate in Ohio and tu this city was among the notable hap penings of the Object to DarkColored White Citi zens of Sand a are up In arms because oT the attendance a sevenyearold mulatto Earl TRISTATE NtWS IN BKIEF The gas well on the McEwen farm In this county Is one of the beat In tins Tile flow amounts to about feat George the driver of the automobile which crushed the life out of Norman a tenyearold in this city has been arrested on a charge of man South election held here under the Seal law resulted In a tie vote 350 votes This Is the third tie election the town has colored vote was solid for the Leslie former secretary of the treas will come to this shortly to accept the presidency of the First Mortgage Guarantee and Trust com pany of this ot Is reported to be The citizens have appealed to Gov ernor Johnson for The ship America has gone to their i The Affecting scenes were witnessed all strike of union boilermftkers against along the north shore of the the Big Four railway has Homeless settlers flocked to the laka j The strikers were notified that they shore for with little food and were at liberty to seek reemployment no clothing but what they The if the company would take Gopher coasted along the shore pick ing up The shore was alive with wild anl j mats of all driven out of the woods by the Three men had been forced to take refuge in the waters of the lake and were picked up President of Pennsylvania There will be a monster central railroad passenger train station in Har said President The ground for this central station will be broken It was staked off this morning and within a short time our men will be at work upon President McCreas visit to the pro posed site of the new stations where the Pennsylvania will change from electricity to steam and upon which it i by the woman with a pack on her tack and a sick baby In her arms fled miles from her homestead to the take and was picked up by the One BrldgeToTTs 55 New men have been killed in building the new Blackwells Island bridge over the East according to the report of a committee of the Central Federated The committee also f6und that fifteen workmen haye suffered death in the union wdrlrmen subject said that city Inspectors tried to conceal the loss of which the union men attribute to the employ ment of nonunion men Inexperienced in work at lotty heights and to the ab sence of proper The In vestigators declared that no life had been lost in building the new Manhat tan where union labor Is em Workman Gets Good and Sept Jacob Au age was found dead In the woods near his farm in Catherine He started out to flnd a lost cow and falling to return his family organized a searching Both the and and and railroads are suffering severely fromthe Water trains on both roads are run ning out of this city daily carrying water in oiltank cars along the was smothered to death in a bin sand at the Hum melstown He lost his foot ing and was burled so deeply that it took an hours work to extricate Ills TAFT ON BKYANONLEFT Presidential Nominees Will Sit Tins at Clilcap Banquet i BOTH ACCEPT THE INVITATIONS Association of Commerce Se cures Rival Candidates for Guests at Its Spread on 7 Bryan Readily Accords Taft the Honor of the Seat at Chairmans Goes East to Arrange Tafts Western He Will Go East and the first time in the history of modern politics two rival candidates for the presidency of the United States will the same board and address the same audt ence when William Taft of 1 Ohio and William Bryan of Nebraska are to the guests of honor at the annual banquet of the Chicago J Association of Commerce at the Audi torlum on the evening Of This announcement was made at the headquarteiH 08 the Chicago tlojj of which organization si already had secured assurances of t presence of the presidential nomU t liees on diffeieut days for the third i of the Lakes to the Quit Deep WateiWay for which the Association of Commerce as It already had been announced f Taft would open the convention the afternoon of 7 and tary camps a memorial in the nature of a splen did church to cost approximately of the Indignation of the citizens of Ath is estimated that several millions of I act of revenge on the part of an Ital dollars will be spent was the work Ian laborer because he considered he less than ten He alighted had been dismissed without cause has t V IUH ijUJHUOilVD GtMU at the Sand Pains public Superlntendent Prlnd petition asking for his removal Englneer Super now in the hands of the president of chlet Bngineer the board of and Omar both of from a private walked over the cost the government of Baden the sum ground for several hundred gave brief instructions to the members of the party and then clambered aboard his car The site for the big power house which will furnish electricity for the electric trains will be on the east bank of the Passac river south of the terminal station said President The of the party were Vice Presidents Hugh and Gen penitentiary for seven years for em bezzlement of and paroled after he had served Just two was re turned to the South Charles president of Bethlehem Steel has leased the mansion of Mra Iluth Llndernaan of The government has been j nere for a and Schwab constructing arailroad tunnel through I wm occupy the dwelling after the Black Forest working I It Is will close his in from each end to meet in the It has been discovered that the two which should come togeth er at the village of miss each other by The rea son Is a mistake in the survey which arose from the purposeful misplacing of a surveying This act was the work of the who had a grudge j against the their In explaining the color of her son Dlls says that several months before he was born she was chased by a negro and prenatal influ ence gave him the African B B mens shoes mens shoes mens shoes mens shoes monc men S i Shand and Contracting Engineer The completion of the system will declare Pennsylvania railroad that trains a day will enter the Manhattan i The most difficult portion of the gl gSntlc undertaking was the boring through Bergen back of Hobo i On April 11 the light of day shone i through the tunnel when the workers under the ground met in the Figures the Pennsylvania railroad has prepared show that in the New York Improvement work they Everything Must Go Held Back assortment finest have miles of river tunnels and the ready Clothing we could find iu the great American manufac BaBt Hvers raaheg the longest sub Clothing with the aqueous tunnel In the snap and style produced j Wrlflht on in the world i a flight Cloth jng which beat jagttng i 10 minutes 26 sec meets the and onds Orvllle Wright surpassed all hli the Fair field county Jail has become socrowd ed that it became necessary for Sheriff Kramer to purchase additional beds and notify the commissioners that more room would be needed if busi ness Charges have been filed with the Gallla county board of teachers examiners against a wellknown asking that his certificate be revoked on the grounds that he plays cards with his Marko age one REMEMBER THE 110 Main St Next to Mathers Mill Look for the Big Red Sheriffs Sale Sign Bft tttto fllgnta made at Fort features are many and raried among tuein most Myer Va the nr8t being of 10 min noticeable are dip front coats utes and 50 seconds for the of coat cut longer than purpose of showing what rate of speed a vounff mans he had been traveling during his lonf erc fllgntB of tne last three The test other minor in according to the avia but important in that the speed of the are flftD biM aeroplane during the flights of Wed long nesday and Thursday was 3M mllM embrace Bmoke Ketphell arid to Meet Again offlcg In New York after that recently editor of the Altoona Mirror and for several years a resi dent of this was drowned In the Big Muddy while crossing the stream In a Cox had gone to Louisville with the in tention of associating himself with Thomas Campbell in that city in a law PROMINENT CITIZENS BLOW BRAINS OUT One Just the Other Old and Paralytic Two wealthy citizens of Wilmington com by blowing out their bralrtr one wth a revolver and the team of the National Educational as sootation convention of last Junefdled other with a of heart disease while on her way to the Central high Sept Peter Hochi held made the clock at hU borne his He placed his therein to the amount of Burglars took the together with a Hochgheld had Intended to deposit the money in a bank when it reached When Become If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Poleys Kidney Remedy ftt once and not risk having Brlghts disease or Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not delay taking Poleys Kidney Rem Bessemer When the or ney nerves get then these or gans Alexis age secretary and treasurer of the AJ Hart com wholesale went to the home of his mother going to a thirdstory stood before a mir ror and sent a bullet Into his He lived less than an Hart bad been married less than three months and no reason can be assigned for hli Kdward age wealthy real estate killed him self by blowing off the top of Ms head at his summer Chestnut A week af o Williams was stricken with paralysis and wan confined to his During the absence of wife and nurae he secured ihotffun and placed the muizle ot the weapon to Mi bead and pulled the wltn hli Death wai t le thought Williams waa worried be tne dinner assur ing a notable came as pleasant Banquet a NonPolitical l Bryan was as Taft had that the banquet would be a noniJolltical one and that it would be held under the auspices of a nonpartisan He readily agreed to There will be no question as to which candidate will occupy the right hand It will be occupied by Taft at the express wish and r with the full approval of the Demo cratic nominee and his Chair man Mack declared that as1 a recent member of the uresent ministration was clearly entHIed the place of honor Thef i Ohioan therefore will sit at the right hand of President Hall acd the Ne braskan on the Cinclnnatli Candidate Tafts first speechmaltlng trip wiH be through the Vorys has for New York to personally represent the candidate before the national com mittee in arranging this which will take in the states of Illinois and Two other trips are being one through the states and another through a number of southern Vorye to Consult With Judge Taft and National Chairman Hitchcock bad an extended conference over tho longdistance the result of which the hurried de parture of Vorys for New Yorte having bean with ma for some knows exactly my ideas concerning this Judge Taft and it was regarded as more satisfactory that he should go to New York and take up the details of the trip with the He will brjng back with probably the result of the commltteei JMf paymasters clerk on orutier who been on a insane at the Monroe Later he waa adjudged insane at a lunacy age a farmer of Coopers was found hanging in bU Several days ago be told his children that be was going to kill himself be cause he was Chicago The alter of hit inability to attend to built Dont 4ruf the Driven from HOBW Did you bear that the daufhtw of rich man in tbeaect itwet had driwn from homer ly for aW TO pr larca caused a weak wheat market I bulge at the   

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