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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER PRICE 2 CENTS PER LETTER FROM ROOSEVELT UEFEATOFTAFT GREAT CALAMITY So Declares Roosevelt in Letter to Gongretsmai McKinley POLICIES MUST BE CONTINUED in Dlscusalng Election Out Recites Record of Constructive Legislation Enacted by Congress and Declares That in Order to Continue This Work Taft and a Republi can Congrats Must Be ery Good He Should Work to This Oyster In a letter to William chairman of the Republican congressional committee appeals to citizensto join with publican committee and the congres sional committee In a movement to elect William Taft as president and a Republican congress to support The letter follows i My Dear have received your letter of August I agree with all tttat you say as to the amouut of af firmative and constructive legislation foV the Boclar and economic benefit of our people which has beenaccom by the congress during tho iMt seven The law establish ing a national system ot irrigation was of vital abd stands inits line as second only to the The Interstatecommerce law has been amended1 so as to make It a new with threefold the efficiency ot the odd The enactment ot the food law was of almost or equal The creation of the department of anil together with the creation of a bureau of which marks the be ginning of federal control over the huge corporations doing an interstate the employers liability the appliance the law limit Ing the working hours of railway em the meat inspection the denatured alcohol the antirebate the laws increasing the powers of the department of justice In dealing regardless of wealth and who Infract the the law making the government liable for In juries to its the laws under which the Panama canal was acquired and is being the Philippines ad ministered and the navy the law creatinga permanent census bu reau and reforming the consular serv ice and the system of the law forbidding child labor in the District of the law pnSvld record of substantial achievement In harmony with the beat most pro gressive thought of pur Tafts Election H Is urgently from ths standpoint of the public to elect and a Republican conj presentation of Fontenelles gress which will support him and Prior to that time suffering they seek election on a platform which audiences werewont to yawnaudibly HISSING AND Origin of These Two of the Hissing in playhouses had Its origin In Paris In 1080 on the occasion of the specifically pledges the alike in Its executive and legislative to continue and develop the policies which have been not merely professed but acted upon during these seven These policies can be success fully carried through only by the hearty cooperation of the president and the In both and It Is therefore peculiarly Impor tant that there should obtain such harmony between To fail to elect Taft would be a calamity to the country and It wouldbe while electing yet nt the same time to elect a congress hostile to a congress which under the In fluence of partisan leadership would be certain to thwart and baffle him on every possible To elect and at the same time to elect a congress pledged to support the only way In which to per petuate the policy of the government now carried I feel thatall the Id that can be given to this policy uy every good citizen should be given for this is far more than a merely partisan Appeals to Private Both your committee and the na tional of which Hitch cock is are endeavoring to the active cooperation on the Vtump of senators and party leaders and independent citizens I heartily join In urging the importance of such Ihope that every disinterested private whose sole concern in politico is to have the right kind of man carry out the right kind of will Join In backing up your committee as well as the national committee In this No sarvlce is as as as the disinterested serv ice given In such manner by men and fall aaleep when the upnthy of the actors and performances Justified that on this occasion the Indig driven to desperation by the platitudes of voiced their anger which drove the ac tors Into temporary accord ing to the testimony of the poet who alludes to the incident In bis de la Hissing there after became encore noted In the annals of the stage was accorded to n Roman He was popular wltfi the masses and was called back so often to repeat bis speeches that he In sell defense brought n boy to declaim for him while he himself applied the While encores became the rage In subsequent it Is known that Andronlcus plan of haling an understudy before him be fore the audience to share his honors has not generally boon adopted by Women In Gays Journey llshed In It Is told how alter pass Ing Morcombes lake ibe travelers reach where they1 The next We rise our demand the barbers A female enters and performs tho part The weighty golden chain adorns her And three gold rings her skillful hands bedeck Smooch oer our chin her easy Soft as when Venus stroked the beard of Notes and FORAKERCALLS STUMP TOUR OFF Cancels Al Speaking Engage WILL MAKE INDEPENDENT TOUR National and State Commit From Embarrassment by Vol untarily Withdrawing Cam paign as of Hearst He WHI Seek Reeloctlon as Senator and Will Stump the State for Republican Legislature on His Own CAUGHT IN GOOD TIME HASKELL DEMANDS PROOF Offers to Quit the Campaign If Hearst Can Produce Has kelt of Oklahoma has given out the following he he had sent to William Randolph Hearst are staUng In speech and In that during the year when Attorney General Frank Monnett of Ohio had several oases pending in the supremo court of that state against the Standard Oil that I sought to Influence him to dismiss those 1 have and now that your state ment Is absolutely and that I States never had any relations of any kind or Senator Folaker has called off character with the Standard Oil corn all of his speaking engagements In the Our conflicting statements In a written request to Na prove ttonal Chairman Hitchcock he asked as a newspaper and should a reputation for truth fulness as a public demand that those who accuse me stand forth and make known their You know that a suit against you for civil or a criminal prosecution for to be relieved from the appointments which had been arranged for him by the national speakers bureau and In a communication to State Chairman Williams of the Ohio Republican com iniuee he made the same request u inee e mae to the arranged for him long delay and affords your character of Journalism a chance In to cover your expenses before being As to Senator FOrakers senatorial wfmt theAssociated Press is au g p thorlzed testate the senators post heypubllc a false accuaer tlon as foHows I who ha8 dl8torted records and but willdoall tn his power to see that a Republican legislature In addition to this ator Foraker told his friends that rhe should at the proper and convenient opportunity make a speech in answer the Hearst charges and In of and then would ca n a yQu drculatln8 ln your newspapers and on the I now Qf flve or any tfiree composed of the editors of Re the Chicago the New the Indianapolis News TRISlATc irt BRIEF chargad with crlmts against little was found Rit millionaire capitalist of Akron and discoverer of rich nickel and cop per mines at dropped dead in a hotel at flve foreigners were rendered home less and their savings of years lost when flre destroyed steven houses at East The loss Is an Altoona Is age He was born In Ger many and came to this country a poor young lociting In where he accumulate his New visiting the home of her Hugh Means of New Emma Scctt of wife of a wealthy oil dropped dead from acute Indigestion and heart New a trial lasting six days Rocco charged with the murderof State Deputy Game Selee Houck March was convicted of mur der In the flrst When Racco heard the verdict he thanked the CITIZENS COMPEL BANKERS RETURN Was Leaving Town With Satchel Full ot Securities INTERCEPTED ON WAY TO TMIN President of Bank at Suspected of Being About to Ab Returns to Band and Surren ders Satchel and to Man Satis factory to That If HeCan Sell Bank Property for He Will Pay Dollar for lagers Consider His Detroit NewsTribune special from says Overtaken on hU way to a train at with a satchel talnlng of the securities of Pittsford William Burletaon of who controlled the was escorted back to the bank Steps by a crowd of excited citizens and in YT t u I state executive committoe of the Linduced to the satchel and se coin Republican party In this state Cities and he keys of the bank tc hos called for a meeting in this city the village this at which time the conven State Banking Utt tniS WII1UUuuie mo viuuio 13 tlon will put forth on which merman had ordered the closing of hv Arnold Farmers and Merchants state or ana wuum and the Loul8 be selected the entire in beualf of his senal m American The reason of the enormous success of the the reason of their growing wealth and power on the tlnent of is their M torlal but under the Juris diction of no political Crane and Dick The details of Jutft how Senator Foraker came to withdraw from par on of he ICO K1VCU OUU11 UIDJUUVr UJ UltJll concern of the principles In which they be prepared to shoulder llOTe and I appeal with all When a merchant falls in strength there Is in me to such men bunks are found to advance him mon to give such On the morning of the all other evidence they may desire as to the truth or falsity of your charge possible and rendSr their decision to the public In Should this committee find your charges sustained I shall with draw from all connection with the their state headed by Arnold C will be The Penh of which Burletson was casb and the closing of two small banks conducted by Burletson at Hanover sylvania state association to abolish followed the school tax on real estate arid have thestate appropriate the entire ex pense of teachers books Should verdict be as I know fnunn n tnliar Friday Senator Dick came to the By to put him on his feet Not so city from After a confer farmer found a thief entering a neigh Forest Fires In West are being received of disastrous forest fires In the vicinity of William and other points In West Virf along the line of the Western Maryland Water is very complicating the In A bankrupt is pariah the banks will not give him the least His failure a terrible Frenchman In Pall Mall ence with Senator Foraker he went to the Taft where he and the candidate discussed the No conclusions were reached and Senator Dick obtained the distinct impression that In of the circumstances the it man thepubl due every as sassin of Frank question of tfte joint appearance of the political policies of the American Federation of Labor and deciding observe election day as a legal boll Taft and Foraker was one which re quired In this connec tion the arrival of Senator Crane on bery and who had since under Saturday was noted and the Junior Ohio senatorindicated thaWie would take up the subject with his Massa chusetts After Senators who was shot m the arm and thigh last Sunday by Constable Norris while trying to escape arrest for rob guard while receiving treatment at the Altoona eluded his guard and escaped from the He was recaptured In mountains af Foraker and had con UUBV4 1W WHO I eiJtllLUlCU 111 j uil day by closing the collieries on that ter havlng traveled several He to ter was made Pub lie the annual convention of the was exhausted and his dar Forakel ellmlna him United Mineworkers of America of the lng explolt may ooat hlm hls rom he meetly can clubs Ninth district The conven oughly satisfactory the laws for the proper administration of the forest the laws for the admission of j Oklahoma and the development of the great appropriations for the development of legal prohibition of campaign contri than waitfor a which was not due for several Philip a sixteenyearold walked from Wll to a local a distance of fifteen with a bul let in his left He collapsed all the delegates to the Ford City convention of the Independent Order cans who fcame In contact wifli Post master Hawbacker of West Fajrvlew i and taken to the Taft residence by Senator Hammond Is The suggestion was made after fur ther consideration that the letter prop erly should he addressed to John after he hud developed smallpox have Hays president of the Na tional League of Republican under whose Jurisdiction the meeting In question was for the rea been located as Health Com missioner Dlxon has asked the public press throughout the state to carry to these men the news of their danj son that as the candidate had no con buttons from these jhe reached the hospital and ger Of the necessity of being Im trol over the arrangements further represent but a portion of what has clans declare he cannot mediately vaccinated and having their j correspondence would be been done and form a boy says he was shot by families 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 ot the city are as follows Hard all sizes Pittsburg Lump Plttsburg Lump 5 tons or Plttsburg Lump 5 tons or Pittsburg Lump and 5 tons or Filer Lump Filer Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump and Nut B tons or Filer Nut Filer Nut All our Plttsburg coal comes from mines 12 and the cream of the Plttsburg Any orders booked now will be protected against advance in terms 5 tons or cash with order or on Orders of 5 tons or more 60 5 cents per ton off If paid within 10 Our facilities handling coal makes II possible toglve the best Our best custom Broad tired wagons used In driving over Miller CANAL Then followed another conference of the Uiree and the suggestion of forwarding the letter to Ham mond was The situation was obviating the necessity ot a reply from This after being presented to Taft at another was TELEPOST BUYS AILANTIC TELEGRAPH Official announcement Is Made by President Sellers At Plttsford Burletson declared the crowd that he only needed has money and that If they would deposit opened Its headquarters for the jn the Plttsford bank he palgn at 226 South Broad Philapay one hundred cents on the Secretary Rynder is in He 8jgo to seH Ujf building and Tho a villagers will hold a meeting to clde Whether to accept the offer for the sale ot the 1 Burletson is also said to have writ ten from Lansing to Cashier Melrin Carey of his bank at direct Ing Carey to meet htm at the train Nells own compelled the with all the money in the bank and farmer to help rob his own later list of escaping on the stolen i notified some of the depositors and put r a time lock on the bank setting j it fOr Monday Burletnon board of education forrade Earl i went from Hanover to his home in age who is alleged to be parma for the It bors house and ordered him The burglar left on a Neff walked to his home a quarter ot a mile away and was metat the door by the at the point of but whose parents are of white from attending any of the white schools in this The action was taken on petition of patrons of the Emerson school the boy be trans had acquired enough stock to be almost sole owner of the Parma the bank having been without officers except ciiahlor since last when President New purchasing ferred to the negro The mother j Director Helmer and Stockhold control of the Atlantic Telegraph com pany the new telegraph the has acquired the use of a working line over 150 miles from Boston to President Lee Sellers of the Tele post company made the following an nouncement today It la true that we have acquired control of the Atlantic lines from Bos ton to Portland and will Immediately install our rapid automatic system of telegraphy on this accepting busi ness at our uniform rate of 25 cents for twentyfive 6 cents for each additional ten The Western Unions BostonPortland rate Is 30 cents for ten Our BostonPortland be an object lesson in the possibilities of words a minute telegraphy at lower rates the public has ever dreamed Delanys which we control Intro is alleged to have ascribed prenatal er Corwln sold their stock to Influence as the cause for the boys rtarl There are three other children in the all of whom are American Sailors Visit pope today re ceived in audience seventy sailors fromthe American battleships Maine and which are at The who Is always interested in seagoing expressed bis pleas ure at their smart Each of the men kissed the popes ring ami received from him a The i standing among made a most j In which he thanked I them for their visit and prayed that j God would reward them with His He then gave them his apos tolic both In respect to speed and Throughout the negotiation Taft dueeg Q new em transmUsloni refused aboslutely to comment for publication on the It has since developed that he had at once taken the position that the Joint engagement must be It has also devel oped that the candidate received In sistent advice to take the initiative In the cancelling of the and that his It la was em phatic in this language It it would win ma every vote in the United I cannot hit a man when he Is Pennsylvania Heroes mag niflceiit monument was unveiled in the National cemetery In city to the We are able to utilize the full memory ot moro than eight hundred of the wires by machines which send 8Qns Qf pennBylvania who fell in the and receive at speeds of words a i batUeB Winchegter durlng the The old wire companies are wa and whoge remalns are limited by hand transmission to a terred ijere small fraction of this That Is granjte the the explanation of the superiority jjtatue js the Telepost system andof our lower n the country Portland will be the starting point westward of our transcontinental trunk shaft is ot Ohio of The 16 most beautiful Forest Fires Menace for est flrss which have been raging in the vicinity of coun for a week are nearer the town than at any previous Hundreds of men and boys are the but are hindered a wind which has sprung up and which is blowing laming erasers into the con fines of the Great tracts of Standing timber owned by the Babcock Lumber company have been burned and unless rains come soon the devas tation of that entire region Is The losa U conservatively estimated at a quarter of million There was a cloudless sky over but the sun was practically hidden from by In small woods blazes at of Somerset and Cambria on which we are actively at Four of Launch Party persons out of a party of seven in a Our plans for the opening up of other jaunch were drowned In Long Island territories are well but we j sound off Stratford The three are not now ready to announce eurvivors were rescued after having The fulfillment of these how will soon become evident to the Just as in the case of the At lantic when all our arrange ments are The Atlantic lines touch Lawrence and other Massachusetts besides Dover and and several Maine We shall have five offices In Boston and expect to get more than our share of the messages that pass dally between Portland and general manager been In the water nearly two The dead are Frederick his wife a age nine a age The other members the garty were Miss Gertrude William Ger bith and Wesley The party were homeward tound when the launch ran upon the breakwater off Stratford point and began to pound to Woman Killed In Auto phen wife of Assistant Seore fary tee of the Erie County killed and Lee was fatally in ent Coke and Coal company la jureij in a collision between their in the City hospital at mobile and a Lackawaana freight following an automobile accident that may result In the Ipss of a WIFE OF OUTLAW DIES WITH HER BOOTS ON Wounded Fourteen Times hi a Fight With Sheriffs PKM West Sept John Roberts and his wife resisted a sheriff and several deputies in a desperate fight near one mile south of the Arkansas when the officers attempted to arrest Itobrts for Wiling Obe a As a re sult the woman and Saoriff Mooney of Baxter are probably mortally wounded and two deputies are seriously Roberts went toKessingers house and called Kessinger to the When Kesslnger appeared Roberts fired and killed it is The cause of the deed has not been Sheriff with several started to arrest Roberts from a window told the offi cers to keep but the sheriffs continued to and both she and her husband opened Mooney was shot by the la His fall disconcerted deputies for A few minutes and erts and bis wife took advantage this to barricade the They de fended it he building for hours under When the firing from wHhlu finally ceased the door was suffering iron fourteen was dying and DO a tempt wag mode to remove her to Roberta and the wounded offlcjer were taken to Mountain its11 V Cholera Gains at Ckfrvti ttff ot ohojera and are hours ooHMjlf The Ipfwted I city and suburbs ore but the authorities still cpnfidont that they will to gain control Qi   

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