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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ABLlStiM 3451 SEPTEMBfttt PRICE 2 CENTSPER O JIM SHERMAN READS PARTYS RECORD Tafts Running Mate Makes a Speech at Wllkesftarri POINTS TO GLORIOUS DEEDS And Claims the Credit for the Repub lican Long worth and John Hammond Also Participate In Opanlng of the Campaign In ence of Five thousand Hears Issues Discussed by Guests of the State LAagUe of Republican I Re publican state and national campaign was opened In the armory here last night at a mass meeting attended by over five thousand Hab president of the State League of Republican and after reading letters of regret ttom William Governor Stuart and iti a brief speech introduced Shermarii whoVwas warmly The text of Shermans address a quotation from an editorial in I Philadelphia In which It fas said that Taft is better than fie Commenting on this iterraan said act of the Republican party lias brought has brought dds treaa or disaster to our pedpleT party has been commissioned by the almost for half a to administer the affairs of Is there in that record of faithful arugpi to excite to arouse apprehension In what is that record of accomplishmentunder our partys leadership The disgrace and dishonor of slavery removed section alism obliterated a mighty war tor and liberty successfully waged the debt thus entailed largely paid order supplementing ohaos In the se eedlng states a people reunited under flag a depredated currency re stored specie payment resumed the bid standard established liber ated civilization carried to the Philip pines a population tripled na exports Increased until today we a9 tfie nation on and yet over ninety per cent of ofit fabulous production consumedin our own home a market made the best In the world by the Republican partys continuous enforcement of the protective a from HB been one of the partys cardinal With wealth and population the volume of business the wage scale ad more and better a greater sugply of the comforts of more ample provision for more of happiness and hope entering in it must indeed be a disordered or distorted brain that scents danger In future Republican Those of us who love our glory in its rejoice In Its believe in its exult In ItB recognizethat Its fullest attainment has resulted from the wisdom and patriotism of Republi can see hope for its progress to evenhigherattainment in contli ued Republican dominance and with out fear but with confidence publican success in will continue our labor in jve More Deaths from addi tional deaths as a result of the explo of black powder at have occurred at the hospitals In Se brings the total dead up to 4mong those who died to day was Conductor Harschber according to testimony brought out at the coroners threw the match which caused the ex but who laid the blame on a Forest Fires Break Out a populous mlnins town flve miles north of is threatened again with Forest flres have brokei out and if wind arises wide spread damage is People have packed their belongings and are ready to A miles farther north Ojibway is experiencing fires being near the mining Cenemaugh Has Disastrous inaugh had A narrow escape from total destruction by when a conflagrar tlon broke out in the undertaking es tabllshment of Eugene Owing to the drenpht the firemen were great ly hnidlna Several structures were The loss is Abffut Ever the Worst Torture That Afflicted You of thy younger Mid tlK1 deiitirit dont appre ciate thi Importance uf Hit conquest of toothache that ilotillstry has Toothache Isthe Worst torture thiit ever nlHlctud Its I they mv technically called worse tbari the pains of Worse thau hut la the I have beard It from physicians I have It fruni three old people cancer Dually They all Bald tUut the pain of cancer at Its worst was mjld beside the paltj of the worst Toothache drove Qulncy to opium says In his Opjum Eaterllkc nil 1 have the byheart No stroiixur expression of tooth mill scorching fierce ness be than this that within my prKati itnowledKe two persons who had niiffcrcd nlllto under toothache lihd caiicfi1 have pronounc edthe former to be oij the scale of tor ture by muhy decreestup In both there are at times lancinating ilrrowy radia tions of upon these the basis of comparison IB parbr ystn against with the result that 1 have Orleans TAFTS ARE MAPPED OUT Nomdiee to Get in1 A VERY PRETTY The1 Story of Byrons Proposal to Miss Byrons proposal to tils Miss was made after sordid dis cussion arid study and all 1m Lady ho stood in his observing bow cheerless and unsettled bis uilml and prospects strenuously advised himto mar ry She suggested a certain but Lord Byron fancied the Idea of marry ing Miss I said Lady Melbourne Miss j Mllbanke will not suit In the first she has no fortune and you I want money In the next you want will have great admiration for your genius she Mas too great an admiration for said as you sitting he wrote a letter to the lady recommended by Lady Mel a said Miss Mil Is to be the after I will write to As soon as be had finished his still read the note and observed this Is a very pretty It is a pity It should not Then It shall exclaimed so be sealed and sent the fiat of his unhappy Llghtnlnq Explodes pow der magazine used by the Samples I Mining company was struck by light explosion killing one miner and seriously Injuring eight The Golfers Paradise Hotel Rider Cambridge Heie you find everything that makes the game course invigorating pleasant company and the complete equipment of the Rider swimming gymnasiums in addition to superb The Rider cuisine and famous mineral waters combined with healthful putdqor exercise are admirable requisites for both health and pleasure Rates extremely Both Accommodations for Write for Declined In Authoress of the budding I got level with the editor last He always rejects But I have had Friend How did you do it de WEST DEMANDS HIS PRESENCE Senator Chslrmin of the Re publ Gives Out Reassuring Interview as to the Situation on the Pacific Coast and In the Rooky Mountain Speaker Cannon Makes Several Speeches In kansas and Explains His Attitude en Tariff William Taft will make three campaign His first will begin hore Sep tember 23 arid end ticlober 7 at Gales The will take him through Minnesota North and South Kansas arid will make one or more set speeches In each of these states and iflll In with numerous short addresses from the rear platform of his special The second which will be ar ranged In detail will take him Into Tennessee and bly North The last trip willbe in the New York city will be visited and a speech will be made In the northern part of the Empire It has been decided that NewErisland will not be Included In this but speeches will Pennsyl which will bring thecaijddate iack to his native city for the Dolllver Wlir Go Judge Taft will travel in a special train and withhim be two other speakers of national reputev While it has not been determined definitely who these will wasstated that Senator Dolllver of Iowa would likely be During the trip the arrange ments for the meetings will be In charge of local commltteemen and local speakers will also be invited on the train at various An Interesting view the confer ence was given after At was over by Senator who sad I want the people to know that OUT TO BEAT HUGHES SHARES WITH CHANLER inortitF Bremen from many formally in augurated Old Home weak Fully visitors are gun squad of the police department will soon begin its drill The drill With the gun was discontinued under the Dempsey conducting a foreign banking business left this city a week ago and has nrft been heard from His wife has brought suit to recover alleged to have been loaned Longsdorf died at the county Infirm which she entered In at the age of ten had never left the Her mother died there forty years Mar tha age a pioneer i of fell over a Honors of Big Democratic Love Feast at UHER TO 60 A6Am HUSHES Commoner New York Democrats on Their Selection of Leader fer the Fight arid Alton Parker Makes Public Pledae1 of Sup port of United Democracy for Bryan and Kern Club of Three Thou sand Members Organized In a Few embankment there and was the She was on the way to visit a greatculminating feature of theDemocratic granddaughter who Is 111 In the state there a notable the i demonstration In honor the partys national Wll pos8 r natural pure water system llam Jennings who addressed a mass meeting In convention hall and which has Just been Installed by this city has so far failed to work success I he mayor has appointed a committee to investigate the board of public service and the in the efficacy of prayer as a means of obtaining relief from the pastor of the Dprry Lutheran has decided to hold special services at which special prayers will be invoking i un usual sight in Washington was a Jim Crow car passing through over the one end labeled and the other It came from the division and was taking the place of a local coach that was out of Bou ton at Sn ethport has rendered his decision In the matter of the twocent law so far aa the Roches terand Plttsburg railroad Is concerned overflow gatherings Presiding over the convention halt assemblage was Judge Alton Par the presidential candidateof four years who took advantageof the occasion to make apersonal pledge of hie earnest fealty to the national As Bryan and Judge Par ker stood aide by side before the great Judge Taft is pulHng at bit and 11 McKeau Bouton wtto I tUat the as drafted n1Htn arrnnoinir yarAofnrn L here to aid in rte which meets Judge Tafts most hearty regret is that he has not been able to start the campaign earlier and meet the peo ple face to The mere announce ment of his proposed speaking tour through toe states west of the Missis sippi has cheered the Tiearts of mil lions of Renubltcans In that section of the with whom Judge Tat i is personally exceedingly The people everywhere recognize him as a great a great judge and a big In every Taft Wanted in the Throughout the west they are clam oring everywhere for an opportunity to see him and to meet him applyto West age was found dead on the railroad tracks near The body was found by the crew of a coal Earlier in the evening crew of a freight train found a package and a pair of shoes on the pilot of their down In aisle in front of coun ter over which lie had Weir In the years to come I that more moi thin ri the past of type will Consecrate thelf lives and their means to the good oil their 1 appreciate the spirit of harmony that prevailed In this All my fuse at some aad so there a degree of en thustasm Which welds us all together In common Everywhere throughout this broad country of ourt the Democrats are getting together to control of this Bryans reference to the conven tion and to Chanter called out almost continual The Ne brakan then plunged Into his set While In the midst ol his address Bryasj was Interrupted by former Assemblyman John of who stated that if he would consent to suspend for five minutes the Democrats of Monroe county would show him more substantial sup port than mete applause and Ushers rushed about the hall handing out which were blank appli cations for membership In Cen tral Brywn and Kern containing pledge to vole and work for the success of the national There ilso were spaces to miurk the last ticket voted by the When slips bad al been collected Palace announced that more than ap plications and pledges bad been f think that is the largest ckib that I ever knew organized In short a said and If you am worfcas lonffas you can work fast therell be an Immense amount of work between now and election In his addresses to the overflow crowds Bryan spoke briefly alont the same lines at convention LEWIS CHANLEB which choked the hall to its the cheering welled up in a deafening Bryan acknowl one f the largest storesof Its kind In shot himself In the right Ill health Is said to have driven him to the Ho support and the support of the United RECOVERY VERY SLOW Not coming Forward as Plenti fully aa Iron Trada Review says today The past week has emphasized slowness of recovery which has acterized the market during the past six It not to judge the future by the dullness of or of several The gen eral situation has been helped very Httle so far by railroad but there is a prospect of the ordering of some twenty thousand freight cars at an early The German pig syndicate has been dissolved and the German market is much depressed The English market shows slight im The United States Steel corpora tlon will sjMnd about to re building tl ee furnaces at andmiking other Improvements to the plant of the Tennessee Iron and Railroad More Interest Is being shown to the Democracy of the Empire and Iron ore and sales of four The itineraryas prepared will give i leaves a this opportunity to the people and to Judge Taft I find Judge Taft exceedingly anxious to begin the ac tivities of the campaign and to discuss with the people face to face the living Neither he nor the people will cllned bis son with be disappointed with the results of this kunk drove a of patrolmen and detec tives to jht while they were lying In wait for the writer of a biaokinatl Ing The officers were confident of making an but skunk announced his arrival they hur riedly abandoned their Lucy who was arrested when at tempting to sell a 1175 diamond brooch to a local for has been as there Is no evi dence against The officials found The Rocky mountain no matter what may be asserted to the are for Twelve years ago Bryan was their for the rea son thatat that time he convinced west that i their only salvation was Hi the free coinage of silver in the ratio of 16 to Bryan told them than that It was the one overwhelm Me president of the Myers just home from a con vention of manufacturers of electrical heW at Thousand was presented vlth a handsome present for catchtn0 the largest fish of any of the After the presentation speech had been made his conscience failed him and he acknowledged that he bought was arrested on Wylle ave nue for bep He tied a rag around his foot to ixcite then told several diamond brooches in the girls Talt states hen the votes are counted paramount issue that had to beinquiring pedestrians his mother settled before prosperity would be would whin him If be didnt bring seen In this There is none home twery centsthat he already of the oldtme enthusiasm for Bryan In the west at this From1 the crest of U e Rockies to the Pacific coast It win be an unbroken line of hosiery when she was Can sell a number of modern houses centrally Our prices delivered to all parts ot the are as follows Hard sizes all I In 1 Torture Aged Posses are scouring the country near a mining qamp 100 miles wetit of In search two Mexican highwaymen who employed an Apache method of torture after committing a highway James PlttbburgLump seventy years of was the Plttsburg Lump 6 the consisted of his weap tous or iHttsburg Lump 6 tons Pittsburg Lump and B tons or more Flier Lump Lump 6 tons or Filer Lump 6 tons or Filer and Nut B tons or had eighteen cents and needed but two The scheme worked all for he hat several dollars in dlmfts and Junction Kochenspa ter OH companys well which was generally believed to be a dry hole since being shot four weeks surprised everybody when oil be gan and for twenty minutes lowed a steady stream over the der rick stopping the drillers who were at work cleaning It is esti mated that the well will now produce one hundred barrels per ons and a small amount of The Mexicans fastened him to stake and placed a can of Water Just beyond ffter hours of effort he Vwrlgkieil out of his bonds went where he gave the Filer Nut shoveled coal comes from mines 12 and the cream of the PlUsburg district Any orders Insane Prisoners Fight real their ninety insane prii eners of the Long Island one ot the larkeet Insane asylums In the feoBht being removed from a section the main when that structure caught The In words as gracious as those in which tho pledge had been ex tended Bryan expressed his gratitude for the nomination of Lewis Btuyvesant Chanler as head of the state ticket and paid a personal tribute to Chanlen had Joined the Nebraskan at Syra cuse andwas with him at dinner at theOenesee Leaders All In On the stage Bryan and Judge Parker were tfie state leaders Chairman William of Buf Leader Charles Murphy of Tammany hall tfnd National Chairman Norman who assisted in giv Ing the conentlon hall gathering Iti peculiar significance and Scattered throughout the hall and among the overflow crowds outsidfc were hundreds of the delegates to the The greeting extended to Bryan when he entered the hall and applause anr cheering which constant ly Interrupted his speech was as spon taneously enthusiastic as any which he has met with In his already wide travels of the Nearly at of Rochester seemed to have given over to the reception of Tie downtowu streets were thronged all evening anf the progress of the canddate from place toplace was made difficult by the crowds which pressed about Augustus Thomas spoke to the wait ing crowd in convention hallprior to the arrival of When the tumult of welcomewhich the hall had died away and Judge Parker stepped forward to offer a foreword rattier than an he Parker Pledges The united Democracy of the state of New York joins heartily with the of Rochester bidding wel eojne to our guest of honor and we pledge him our earnest support until When Trifles Become victory If any person suspects that their it is worth coming a long kidneys deranged they should 9414 to participate In the take Foleys At once hours of a great contention In not jJdnUhys disease thls eeuatrys greatest WEATHRR Weet and vyertner Thursday Thurs day and Friday llghMe freeh variable Thursday ane1 FrMev ff ih vsrtable meetly te Cleveland concerns during the past week amounted to more than Mining operations have fected somewhat by miners Quitting work to fight forest CRAZY MAN SMUTS DOCTOR AND OFFICER Oanproiis Subject While sem ing a warrant on Patrick Kennedy County Detective Charles McCrack en was shot through the lefti breast by and Leonard former who came to the offi cers was wounded in the Pratt will recover but who is in the Packer hos pitol at is in a serious condi tion and probably will Kennedy In but re garded as Harmless untU tew when he called at the office of iTatt and asked that the physician stop the noises he Pratt hu mored the man and forgot the incl dent until Kennedy returned and threatened to shoot the doctor if he did not stop the Pratt swore out a warrant for intending to ask for a uommiB on the mans it wai while Detective McCracken wag serving the warrant that the shooting took Locomotive Starts Forest froman engine on the Western rsilroad big forest on tibe bank of the flve rotles jwwth of this   

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