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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                SEPTEMBER PRICE 2 CENTS PER GOTHAM HEARS THE COMMONER Immense Throng Greets TALKS TO OVERFLOW MEETING In Responie to Question Put by Man Who Said Wat a of Organized Labor Bryan Re futes to Deny the He of lalor iJnlons Declares H Record Should Speak for Too Many jSelng New j presidential campaign in Greater New York had Us advent last wben William at a mass meeting under the auspices of Tammany spoke before enthusiastic thousands jvbo filled Carnegie and over ijbwed Into the The ovation accorded to the presidential candidate Jvas a brilliant climax to a day in which a united party paid MrvBryan conthyioua Bryan spoke for over an hour on Republican Tendencies at Car fegte hall and for over ten JIs dlenoe applauded his appearance on e Before the the spoke from a cart tail to an overflow gathering of New Yorks thousands who hjid yaiply sifornvBjl the line of police to gain admission to the On his arrival Bryan spoke at a Koonday meeting and during the afternoon held constant levees at his where Democratic leaders in he city and state called upon Previous to the Carnegie hall meet Bryan was entertained jit ilto at the home of Melbert ffi On approaching Carnegie hall little later Bryan was given ap oyatioh a crowd of sten thousand or more persons who could not get in the The candidate was taken to a flag draped cart and from It he made a brief He was cheered repeat especially whert a man In the crowd tried to argue with and Bryan made a squelching Pointed Question I can speak to you only as QUITS REVIEW OF TRADE Big Undertakings Are Postponed Until After the we believe In trials by jury In cases of Indirect A man who claimed to be a union fonwdrker here attracted the atten tion of Bryan and asked him If it were true that he had used the expres slon that workmen were a lot of beg i gars when he was In 1 speak as a representative of or though the volume pf trade has riot ex1 ganlzed the man I pamjed in proportion to the growth HOME BURGLED Humorist Has Experience Wild Midnight Marauders STOLE HIS SOLID SILVERWARE Nerf Dunn ft weekly rerjew of trade says today Gradual Improvement In the com i merclai situation is al gut Are paptured After Pistol Fight Resumption of work at manufacturing plants la the best evi dence of the number of un though dl you do shouted My record is well enough known Bo that no organized labor would have to ask me such a 0ld you or did you not use that expression Insisted the Refuses to Bryan answered Ishall not un dertake now or atany other time to answer any and every statement that may be made by those who are trying to Jielp the Republican party until they an indorsement from the Re publliati party or then the cart and went Into Carnegie Secretary Smith Tammany hall called the mass meeting to order pvery seat and every Inchof space It was an enthusiastic and when Chairman Herman Rldder was Introduced the crowd ap plauded for several Rld der spokeion tariff Congress Svilzer briefly and brought forth cheers when he an nounoed that Bryan would speak p in Madison Square Garden in this city whenever and uncertainty as Scarcity of water Is an ad vejse Influence at several Sev eral returns for the last week exhibit ed little or jap loss as compared with slmllaj1 flguries for notably shoe flptir and bank ex changes at some Steel mills Have more business In although It Is believed that many largo undertakings will not be closed until after the Plans are and much of the contemplated work will materi A current factor of value Is the With Posse In Which the Sheriff Was Twice Clemens Posts Notice on Door Advising Fu ture Burglars Where to Find Things and Asking Them Not to Make a Noise and Thus biaturb the Keeps No More Solid villa ot Mark Twain Samuel Y MAKES DENIAL fmSIATt Forest are raging on the uiountalns In col lege opened with Uie largest enroll ment in Its Me former catcher and manager for the Boston league base ball has joined the Cleveland crackers blew the the safe in Pennsylvania railroad station at West Apollo and got away with a small amount bf the at this was bur Turner glarlzed last night of valuable silver of who attempted to corn The burglars were caiptured mlt suicide in the Athens county and the booty was adjudged insane and now is oem Miss Clemenss fined In the Athens staM was aroused about midnight by the sound of breaking glass In the lower A erusade part ot She went softly for pure gtock feej has been a curreiL OI IUB flown the stairs a flood here by G Q special agent increased demand by the railways for that for sUle agricultural both rolling stock and with spjld was who hB8 made information against from Its cusfomary place In the feed dealerg or 8elllng unbranded HMBSTREPLP Sibley Declares He Didnt Write the Letter Quoted EDITOR REITERATES CHARGES Restricted operations at cotton esrce operaons a coon mills during the past nine Cautloufiiy sapping along In the have prevenU accumulation of goods liUVC Ml CilJ Ml v in the hands of and the a view of the garden nftanHAM Pall na statistical position is also as position IB also r Hnn and but some con dining Was HBW twn mfeh forcine the doors Hys ary to two forcing the doors d drawers of the which carried out Miss Lyon Seventh legislative Allegheny oh October 260 Gallons pf Gasoline explo slpn of 250 gallons of gasoline on board a bargemoored aoreaat of the submarine boats Grappas and at the Mare Island navy yard resultetj In the death of ChiefMachinistTeddy to raw material prices discourages mpned contracts covering future tPn telephpnesj forBberifl Banksijind butler ami i UK n W fc C Consequently trade quiet in all ieyerai any ot tjle Pennsylvania regiments which reached the the burglars had participated In the batjje of Winches fled with but the two men jsr piembera of the governors were o at this point iricrnlng for the f flWce which the sheriff where a monument will be Saliva and Gastric in the dl seriously in the r i wai wounded JMvlce and one of the May and injuries to Lieutenant gestton of Is a powerful solvent Chief Gunners Mates stored up in the walls of the stomach burglars had Sorted all the solid Leahy and and only poured forth when its assist silver from the plated but the marine boats were The ance Is When this fluid silver was temjer Fortune and the tug tinadllliji is perfectly neither aofd nor this notice the having and appears to be unable to On the door of to the Nixt Burglars There Jiouge now and You will Fowler of a Candidate Taft and Other Republican Leads rs Decline to comment on the Incident for Senator Foraker Saya tfie Letters Are Prob ably Correct Eut Declares THere Vyas NotWng Secret About His Relations With the Standard OH Company Was Their Although the Hearst and Foraker controversy was the absorbing topic of political discus slon and there was posi tive InslstencV on the part of those who did the discussing and speculat ing that what they satd should not ap pear in print as coining from Taft read Forakers reply to Hearat on arriving at his You may say that I have nothing whatever 16 was tils only Vorys also declined to say any thing on the Senator Foraker gave statement regarding the charges made at Cplumbus by Editor He says V I do not know whether the tetters given out by Hearst are true but I assume for I was then engaged in the practice independence party campaign In MT souri at tBe Odeon answered the reply of Senator Joseph Fora r to the letters read by Hearst n and read two more letters purporting to have writ tea by John Archbold of the ard Oil company to The new Hearat refuted the contention ot the Ohio ator that all his work for the Standard Oil company related solely to Onto Hearst devoted a portion of ate to Governor HaaMl ef of whom1 he the Standard JM To the defense ot Has bat another man of the same surname was Heawt re plied With alleged to have been made by former Attorney Gen eral Monnett Pf Ohio and Assistant At torney General Bennett ot that in Which Basket dis tinctly Apparently Haskell got out of WB work for the Standard com pany the chairmanship of the platform committee of the Democratic national cpnventlon and the treaaurershlp of the Democratic said In the1 front rank been moored abreast the exert npy action wlthput the presence immediately caught The of fn aqld Je slon threw flames i In aH directions and the gftiijfflc secreted bythe gas caused a The corerlng the coatjng of lt in thatbrass thins in the din who was recently arrested her of the state who was j of the law and was employed by the stabbed wlfh a bayonet by a comrade while en route to Camp is His assailant was taken on to camp under Cleveland an Italian banker of this were forced to jump avereboard to ea cape from the flltsburg 3 26 Ohio full the The saliva Is merely for I the purpose of moistening the thus preparing It for the action of the pepsin and gastric York An Persian shawl used to bo considered one of tbe finest feml ing room over 1n the corner by the j has reached here in custodyqf two basket of If you want the has deputy He was released on put kittens in the brass Do not make a disturbs the The failure of Bonellis batik caused a loss to i depositors of You will find rubbers In the j about front hall by that thing which has the O steam umbrellas In I think they j er one of the call or something like Please close the nine possessions n the and tbey were handuU down from to Supply light market daughter as priced But p7 1 QIC IRilV RATTI 1 have a long speech to make It you gave u young woman even a ULfin 0 HIliTI I BH I I LVW said Let me call your atten tidy very elegant costing possibly i m niiAi ton to the marked difference between 510 hundreds of as many she UfirU IIL Alll V Rlini till the Republican platform and The common to would turn up her beautiful nose at It f II I II ULHUL I UIIUhkllM Republican platform is espe fat good fresh cows and If she used it at all would make a In not outlining necessary leglsj Bna common to Our platform tells the public fair what we think ought to be We pheep and Supply light portiere out of it for her cozy She would never think of wearing even if it wcro the only thing she Disease Spreads With Great take the people Into our confidence market steady on very dtiH on and thus we show not only our faith in the merits of our but also n the Intelligence of the Prime good fair culls and Now are four propositions as dipped spring to labor for which we veal we believe that there should be a heavy and 20 double decks partment of labor with a cabtaet offi cer at its That Before your voice is as musical to me as a yesper bell whose tones fall softly on the perfumed Speak and those my for I heavy we believe that labor should be taken out of the operation of the trust j we believe that an trial dispute should not be sufficient cause for the Issuatlce of an Injunc slow and prices Prime could listen to your voice until stars are extinguished into everlasting j mill the first time the condition among the The disease is spreading so 000ton modern while entering harbor struck an obstruction in the channel which punched a large hole In its The obstacle is supposed to be an anchor dropped by some passing Jail at Pocahontas was partly destroyed by flre and Mary the only was burned The prevailing opinion Is that she set fire to her prison with She was placed In jail on a charge of shooting at her hus SENATOR Standard Oil company as one of its coiihsel In connection with its affairs In whore It was attacked In the courts and in the While I do not now recall the I remember that I rendered the company such service as I heavy pall of completely ob Oiiarged for it and was scurlng the still overhangs all this Reports from Laquln employment had no reference to any thing pending In con the Democracy stands along with those other patriots and Tom Murphy and Pat Hearst was followed by Thomas J Hiagen of president tial candidate ot the independence Hisgen discussed the paiffn issues raised in the party plat form and analyzed the conditions he made the tlon of the Independence party necee Certificate EnoloseC The additional letters read by Hearat were as followtt 26 Naw My Dear to1 your favor of the it gives me v pleasure to hand you herewith ttncalte of doposit for In ac eordance tTUh our Tour letter states the conditions correctly and I trust the transact will auccessfully Very truly The second fts read was as follows 26 Nef February My Dear venturel to write you a word re the Mil intro duced by Senator Jones of known as Intended to amend the act to protect trade against unlawful reetralnts and monop introduced by him Decem ber i It really seems as though this bill is very unnecessarily severe and even It not much better to test the application of t5se Sherman act be fore resorting to a measure of this kind I hope you will feel so apout and I will be greatly have a word from you on the The bill t still la heavy Mght I After MarrlageIve had enough of your old and jpu dont up Ill leave the rapidly that a second large hospital is say that the large force of fighters gre3s or to ahythlng In which the fed to be opened There are have succeeded ly back firing in sav 6ral government had the slightest In opened today 831 patients in Since COAL Can sell a number of modern houses centrally If you want to sell yours list it at once GILLESPIE Our prices delivered to all parts of the city are as follows Hard all Plttsbiirg Lump Plttsburg Lump 6 tons or PJttsburg Lump B tons or Plttsbuvg Lump and toas or Filer Lump Flier Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump and Nut 6 tons or Filer Nut Filer Nut AH our Plttsburg coal comes from mines 12 and the cream of the Plttsburg Any orders bpoked now will be protected against advance In Our terms 5 tons or order or on Ordersof 5 tons or more 60 B cents per ton off if paid within 10 Our facilities for handling coal makes H ppgslble the best Our best pustom tired wagons used in driving over t Miller 4 the beginning of the epidemic there has been a total of of which 37 In view of the rapid spread of the epidemic and the danger to municipality has decided to close the primary schools of the city for six weeks and to convert the school build ings into From noon until midnight 471 new cholera cases were reported in this the strict preventive measures that have the wfclch now Is raging throughout final ly haa Invaded the most Impor tant port of the Black Seven persons have died from the disease and thirteen are 111 In the cholera A majority of the surround g cities are suffering seriously from Court Orders Boys Arm Cut order of the court that the arm fourteenyear old Joseph Bolanda be amputated was carried out at the county The lads last words as he lapsed Into unconsciousness under the Influence of ether were to plead that the arm bo TJie operation nfcessltat ed by which had ed a broken but boy am father protected so vigorously fhftt the surgeons were compelled to go into court to secure permission for in they was Imperative tp save the boys Wew a commit ted suicide by hanging in the cellar ot bis home In Wpulit He is the youngest suicide in Mount Vemon police Ing the feet of logs of the Central Pennsylvania Lumber com Employed as That I was so and pro The lated body of a young supposed cwnniop knowledge at the time to ba a was found In the Altoona at least I never made any effort to railroad The man had evidentconceal the Oil the I ly been struck by a passenger was pleased to have people know that In hla pocket was found a paper bearI had such ing the name of Andy Oberle and i It had not then become discredit paycheck issued by the Shyder Steel but considered Just the re company and payable at a Plttsburg to be empjoyed by such cor That employment ended before Bay first term in the senate I Chlcaqo Grain Market have not represented the company in After the recent Way In other I have activity in wheat and yesterdays evennot represented the company in any Ing up maneuvers the trade was quiet way 8jnce Ong before it was attacked dealers apparently resting on by the ederai nor since their oars pending further withfull general I Considering the advances of wftg to the The man was about twentylour years of age i Joseph denies most emphatically that the past Veek todays c was wilctf have been exceedingly hehad ever written a letter to apparently found bottom and plpaed with slight net Provisions September options closed 49H Wearing Customs Officer to woman traveler from the thought you there was nothing but W9arlng apparel In your What about these three bottles of cognac said ire my night Ladies and tali an Irish manager to an audience pf as there J vice president of the Standard Oil telling him that he bad warned Rppse 1 velt not off end the New Arch bold of the Standard Oil company made the following statement Such correspondence and relations as I may have had years ago with Senator Foraker were proper and Archbpld oharao terlzeu Hearsts statements re garding an Rljeged attempt to bribe siAttorney General Monnett of as pure Arohbold Exonerates As to the statements alleging rela tions between Governor Haakell p and the peated toniorrpw Without danger danger cannot to or anyone to the Democratic cam paign there Is nPt a shadow at truth in Ran IB With kind Yours very JOHN AROHBOtD uv l V Statement From Oyster j Oyster u tary Loeba attention waay to the letters read by WlHIaw R Hearst at a political meeting n Co Thursday rwbich included correspondence said to passed between Senator Foraker Congrtssraan Slbiey of vanla and John Archbold ot the Standard Oil Last night Loeb Issued the following official qtate presumably in to that ppr t tion of the correspondence in which Slbley Is alleged to have called on the president In behalf of the Stand ard Oil company When Secretary Loebs attention was called to the alleged letter of Congressman he stated thaf x v Slbley was one of several f people in the political and financial world who at different times appealed s to the president not to prosecute Standard Oil To all of people the president listened s politeness and He found t i himself unable to agree with any of and the proseoutjons were accordingly ordered f and are In progress at present Abe thai pf Philadelphia wna of murder in fte second enthal killed his 15 RWI Uon forces are 09 ttw point of the   

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