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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                Rlf gHik CH A ECKERS LIMITED s Injured in usroniE John MeadvIUe 1 Edward Honus a May Luclle of t Rose N Myrtle A Andrew Spanl New Antonio San Francl Steck San Ft Anthony Ital1 New George Miss Peco Greet Lake George Pistol Moses colo Jersey an Angel of Lake B Jacob War Franks Kedfanna of Peter Fred of Brooklyn navy Steple of New Ahgeo Frank New York Porto John Of the Injured only 12 remained at Spencer hospital Sunday the others being discharged after their Injuries Were dressed and went either to their homes or con tinued on their ROOSEVELT ANSWERS BRYAN Names Taft as His Political Heir and Successor OUR POLICIES ARE ALIKE the In Letter to Conrad a Cattleman of AIM its That the Wage Earner and Capitalist Alike Would Be Safe Un der Tuft aa President Upholdi the Action In Labor Injunc tion Challenges Support of Worklngmen for Oywter Presi dent Roosevelt made public today a sent to Conrad Kohrs 6t Hel old time cattleman and leadltts citizen of the in wklch he states why laboring men mod capitalists alike should vote for tie election of Wlllam Taft for Mr j Roosevelt wrote the let tec u a seply to Bryans recent that be alone the true keir to flooievelt politically and SPEED TO OPfNSWIICH men t r healthy it it la marked by periods of frenzied as such periods of frenzied advance must always be by equally violent periods of The true friend of reform is the man same time to reduce rates to the low 8gt point is promising what neither he any one else can and If the effort to perform Ibware attempt ed disaster would result to both ship Officials of known eva vl Was Runnlr Hospital at Blame Un Wreck at Gen from Mead Hour Late and i Fast to Make Up Taken to steadily perseveres In righting Per wageworker and ruin to other In warring against but business The man to trust Stock characterand training are such that ln such a matter as this Is the man he never promises what he cannot per 1ke Judge does not prom ERIE TRAIN was his natural successor to the presi The presidents friendship for a pioneer cltiien of the that he alwaysa little more than makes good what he does prom and while steadily he is led into foolish excesses In Taft we have a man who combines all of those qualities to a degree which no other In our pub lic since civil war has sur To a hatred of injus to a hearty sympathy with the oppressed he unites courage both moral and physical of the very high est and a kindly i generosity which makes him feel that his fellow countrymen are his friends and broth For Businesa Man and The honest man of the hon est and law abiding business can feel safe In his The honest honest laboring the honest the honest mechan ic or small trader orman of small feel that4na peculiar Taft will be his representa tive because of thev very fact that ha has the same acorn for the demagogue that he has the cOrruptlonlst that he would front threats of per sonal violence from a mob with the unqualllng and lofty wjth Ice too but who could not be swayed from the path of He will not ruinous experiment like government ownership of rail Applies to All What is said as to his attitude on the railway question applies to the question of If there Is one body of men more than anotherwhose support I feelI have a right to challenge on behalf of Secretary Taft It Is the wageworfc ers of the A fairer and truer representative they cannot flnd within the borders of the United He will do everything in his power for them except to do that which is Taft has been attacked because ot the injunctions he delivered while on the I am content to rest his case on these very Most assuredly he never has yielded and never will yield to threat or pres sure of any as little if it comes from labor as if it comes from His record as a judge makes the whole country his As for the attack upon his Injuno Was Fire Properly Handled The work of the fire that the was quite during the progress of the Davenny still the A representative of this paper called on Chief Keck for his Version of the Keck was surprised to learn there had been fault You Baskln conflagration and Is the topic of conversation on can say that the flre was well han Within four minutes frotu the time the alarm was given one stream of water was playing on the building and the team sent back for tho engine which arrived In good There was kindling In the engine and a fire going when it left the city but was choked by too much coal and wood was spilt on the ground to force the But that matter Is in thV hands of the I did not know there was water In the race when the engine was first taken put I wanted to take no chances the raoe had been dry for several The mains seemed sluggish and the suction of an en gine at such times 1 have no apologies to make for my work or that of my Nigh Escape Death or But Pan Even Serious Open Switch or Broken Flannel at Pur poiely Wrecked One On the of an other miles the of the wealthiest to what is demanded uy me na northern Rocky mountain I tlonai interest and There is no dates from twenty years when fight for and fair dealing this further men were members of the Mon which I have waged In which I have tana Stock Growers Roosevelts letter in part is as follows tlve sympathy and the The last few years have seen a Policies for which I stand are his poll great the public con much as slble labor organization science and the growth of a stern de Let Taft be judged by what he the judee who termination to do away with cornip himself done and by what the ad tlon and unfair eco It Is urgently necessary that this great reform movement had a bad at Sun day Hwhen train the llmltea met and thiityone people By gome miracle no one was killed arid only a colored la in danger of serious though the engine was stripped ana the cars smashed aW piled up like dry goods The train was seven minutes j at Pymatuning and left there with 50 j minutes for rjm A little time was lost where five passengers boarded making 87 In with a at made the train t twelve minutes and its fast schedule was The grade descends rapidly1 from Stony Point and It Is customary to go down the hill at a high speed and Sunday morning was no Just west TRISIATE NcWS IN BRIEF men killed and another thrown high Into the air by a moving en gine In the Lake Bhoiv railroad Ihe fourth escaped placed three silver quarters in his mouth and they accidentally slipped down his He Is In a serious condition at the an inmate of the county almshouse for several commit ted suicide by leaping from the win dow of his room at the New Isa bella Wright and Sarah McCracic each ninetyfive years of Pleasant are not expected to They have been neighbors fiftyone ono extension of the Allegheny and railroad from strong to the Allegheny river will cost Twelve bridges will be Killed Whllena col ored men were another was In jured and a white man In missing as the result of a wreck on the Lake Shore Michigan Southern which made kindling wood of fourteen freight between Huron and Ver The dead Oliver Ober Elmer Injured Albert badly cut and Sheri dan said A white man joined themat but he cannot be The four were riding In a freight car on their way from to To Thaw to be More Closely Lane of Westchester when he learned that Harry Thaw had been transferred from the county jail to his telegraphed Instruc tions the warden of the White to in the hos ward of the Lane that this ward was a large feet square with barred HUGHES MAY NOT BE NOMINATED His Opponents In the New York Convention Are Numerous ROOT AND CHOATE TALKED OF of Geneva the tralnvwas suddenly The train consistelTof engine1 inemberpta labor organlia of the Kl pattern of big passenger not had his heartiest and most the very principles n the laws of every Bui OP move COAL Our prices delivered to all parts of the as follows Hard sizes all conspicuous a has Taft can be trusted to exact They mark rendered them as for the rights of the whole As far as daylight Is from so far Is such a Judge from the truckler to the sr reason that he can be trusted do Justice to the While In all proper ways railroad rupt and corrupting Let all fair minded wage was one of the best on the Next came an horse taken on at Youngstown destined to save the lives of many passengers then a combination bag gage and smoking coach two day coaches and two all the locomotive and six Rose was the conductor the engineer was Shell Qasklll John McDill and Perry la a moment there was wild con Many of those In the day coaches were huddled to gether and sleeping when the crash but all who free made a Girl Murdered in Sunday Willie nineteen years was stabbed to death by Ion age while she was seated at the organ play Ingthe closing hymn Sunay Rader sud denly across several benches arid a pocket stabbed the girl cnce in the back and twice in the She died almost Rader Is now In the T Newton Several months ago Rader was committed to aarfjiiiine asylum arid fo his ravings windows and and that Thaw would have no exercise except what he could get In this There would be no he to his haying meals sent in1 from a BRYAN REFUSES TO MAKE SPEECH But rates must be kept we must al Z another rofn hasty scramble to get out of the I Conductor Rose hurried through the JOL allULllcr ways remember that we have no right Judge and no justification to reduce them result is the reduction of the wages of the great army of rail road The man who promises coachea an all to keep ployeea to the highest point at VERIBEST RUBBER Pittsburg Lump Pittsburg Lump 5 tons or Pittsburg Lump 5 tons or Pittsburg Lump and 5 tons or Bller Lump Filer Lump 5 tons or j more Filer Lump 5 tons more Filer Lump and Nut 6 I tons or Filer Nut Filer Nut All our Pittsburg coal comes from mines 12 and the cream ofj the Pittsburg Any orders booked now will be protected against advance in I full vitality to the principle of the em ployers liability for Injuries dono This was before any na The work of rescue was then com of dl On the bench Judge Taft showei lng ln the observation compartment the two qualities which make a grel of the rear He had been and moral holding his watch on the train to es They are also the two qualities which timate If It would be able to reach THAT make a great Meadvllle on The Jar of thu wreck threw him with considerable and when he recovered his bat 6 tons or more 60 6 cents per ton off If paid within 10 Our facilities handling coal makes it PRICES possible to give the best Our liest custom Broadtired wagons used in driving over on the if GET OUR McHenryMlllhouse South FOR SALE BT Miller LIVINBSTON ft MOVER CANAL I When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable f ITV AITD A NT Ull KcMAUKANI vtA y v i TOIL AGAINST IS THEJEAL ISSUE So Declares Kier in New York Address New one of the leadingrepresentatives of in the British was ap plauded during his address before Uxe Central Federated union here when he and soon had the offlce of urged American workmen to go into tendent where he sent a T lU he often mentioned Miss r Recently he was discharged from the hospital as Rader said he had killed ihe girl because she was a Bryan Kissed by Male I cause was oversealous Inthe Democratic cause and affectionate to William Jennings Joseph Mor tfl of Sunday Callers Deer Park Jeunings Bryan put his stamp of dis approval on Sunday political speech Without his the residents around Mountain Lakepark were to assemble there at three i oclock htm Over twelve hundred of gathered Republicans of New York Meet at Saratoga Today to Nominate State Men to Unite on Someone They Succeed the Chance of Hughes Will Be of President ROOM velt Disregarded by Many of idea v that the Republican state which will assemble here at three would be a cutanddrled fair has been dispelled hy the develop ment of a situation which may prok voke a bitter fight and end In the of Governor Hughes for but of any one of the l men about whom the opposition has1 been trying to The name ot Secretary of State Ell hu Root is on many Root is to aot as both temporary and permanent chairman of the l Soon dfter his Woodrwttof the itate S to Roofs room and gan of Bistersvllle was fined and wnlle at Deer park was here today by Justice of the Peace Morgan threw his arms around him apd kissed him affection ately before the Commoner could be gin to realize what was going The latter laughed the Incident and standing that he should not speak and did not hear of the mans Crop Movement Begins to the general freight agents of the north protesting to a local committee that he would no He finally was prevailed upon to take a three mile drive and shake handswith those in the with the under thai there should be no The people gave every evidence of their pleasure at meeting the Demo cratic candidate for even though they were disappointed at nqt ern which run through the hnaring and as he departed they wheat belt of the this violated their pledge and applauded years wheat crop movement has Just started and It is from two to three weeks earlier than last Squirrels Bite Causes lydrophobla as a result of a bite In flicted by a squirrel suffering with Fred 45 years ance and realized what had he looked at his It was then Central Mansfields first move was to i help get the passengers out of the As he ran toward the forward end of the train with as he fully expected to finfl many it soon became apparent that if any were dead the number was He j died of carbolic acid swallowed the acid with suicidal in tent s he pre him The day was one of absolute quiet and rest with the exception of the short Journey Lake and In consequence Bryan pre pared himself for the strenuous week ahead of He left last alght for s besides the biking Wchlne with rec ords of the speeches of has been added to the novelties ot the ferred kill fiimself rather than die Presidential campaign by the Demo to half mile from where the accident broke into the at taehed a wire to the Meadville offices call that a relief train be hurriedly In he we found we dispatched to the together with were actually neglected after the elec tton whether we helped Conservative Mansfield found Engineer Gaaklll or Liberal with our and then we walking around his temporar sent direct representatives Into Parlia with so many good results that I would tire you if I tried to enumer ate V A reference to the presidential can lly and when Mansfield spoke to the though they were fast ordered him Fifteen minutes later Engineer ciaiistlc ticket also brought applause tneBltuatlonantl rendered heroic ser and Hardie told bis hearers that benalf ot the they should flnd a had been be later ame near done in unite labor and lletelv Property Loss he Issue in When the locomotive struck the your campaign would not be trada open switch the wheels one side nor nor the but kept to the main tne other tak tahor versus u4 to that R ta bout to come In the lng the Both tracks were completely torn up for 100 feet or more from a a carlength or how quickly hejp will Sold by of Five other persons bitten by the rabid squirrel are In Chicago undergoing treatment to prevent pos sible serious Abundant Rain Weath er Bureau late last evening Issued a special forecast as follows The well defined disturbance of the present season is approaching the North Pacific coast and a West Indian storm la approaching toward our south eastern This combination should produce abundant When Trifles Beccfthe cratlc national which to day announced that moving pictures of Wtllimn Bryan in Chicago on Labor would thrown upon can vases at political meetings all over the Wllllamcport Wins Trlatate season of the Tristate Baseball league has Wllllamsport winning the pennant for the third time in flve The champions won 82 games and lost giving them a percentage of Harrisburg finished with 80 games won and 47 the clubs percentage being toguther Root wastold rumors connecting his name with tha nomination as of Huglios At first hedecliued to say on the Pressed for an answer tofthe direct Root at last said you know I am a delegate to this conrentJon from couu fne people up there are all for Beyond a doubt the antlHughea forces outnumberthose in the govtn ernors favor and all that is lacking appears to be a combination in sup port of someone After a day of almost continuous the as the antiHughes era hare come to be called la the ver nacular of the national of this there was a marked In crease In their show of On the other there is an evi dent lack of if not of po lltlcal acumen and on the part of the Hughes wing of the eon vention and the most ardent Hughes advocates could direct the inquirer to 5 no one man or set of men having generalship of the goverors cause of the delegates conceded that their efforts would be futile unless they could agree upon not only of great voteget ting but also outside of and generally above the factional differ ences In the It was in this connection that the name of Secretary Root entered the field of The name of Joseph Choae also mentioned and there was some talk of exGovernor and not risk having Brighta disease or gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not delay taking Foleys Kidney Rem Bessemer Johnstewn Has Little limited supply in the Hlnokston ran dam to all the water now available far the eity mains and should that fall When the or Cld ney nerves get then these or gans always Dont drug the Stpmach por stimulate the Heart or That is simply a Get a prescription to Druggists everywhere as Shoops The Restorative is pre pared expressly for these weak in side strengthen these build them up with Shoops cloud j of smoke from the Michigan forest fires is so heavy in this vicinity that navigation on Sanduaky bay and in Lake off this port is extremely i Many vessels are reported I In shelter daughters of George a I were perhaps fatally injured in a while Rowley himself was serl j ously The two daughters thrown under the horses being horribly Injured by the kicking ani N who was found dead in a field In Is said to have told his friends here that he feared he bad and to aheots Husband on bald Stewart was shot and mortally declared that if ever became posi ted by his bride while spending honeymoon on the farm of Stewarts parents West Hiss Hall at the home of perwtU at oa at near Stewart married that he was thus aAloted he would Mil can W standing near the store In the went to the country to spend a fear They were shooting at a tar and while Stewart wai target the gun in hands Stewart accidentally muH oiii phlld was Md   

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