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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania v v v i t 1 ESTABLISHED CENTS TEDDY IN THE GAME RUSHES TO TAFTtAID Rains Blows on For TAKES POKE AT BRYAN t Clears Taft of Responsibility for Foraker and His Works FLAYS WEALTHY MALEFACTORS Declares They Alone Would Re joice at Tafts Defeat Oyster tary Loeb baa given to representatives Ipt the press a formal statement by the which was called forth by the recent exchanges between Wil liam Hearst and Foraker at President Roosevelt makes appeal lor the support of Itft and declares that Ate defeat bring letting satisfaction to one set of men to tboie M the oorre epoodwjce behind the oppo nent of Taft within hie own who now behind Governor Hfcakell and oppo nents of Taft In the opposite The statement embodies a letter written by Taft to a friend in on July Inwhich the present Republicancandidate for the presidency refused to acquiesce In the plan ot the Ohio state central commit tee to indorse Taft fop the presi dency and reelection to the senate In a single The statement folWws In view of about Senator I make public the following letter written by Taft on July to a friend In prominent In Ohio who wrote him before the meeting of the sHte central commltte asking whether he would object to the committee pass ing a resolution indorsing Taft for president and Poraker for sen ator In the interest of A copy of this letter was submitted to me at but after the original had It was not Intended for but it was understood that if necessary It be pub Taft Wai I personally know that the strong eat pressure by various party leaders was brought on Tatt at that time to consent to the proposed arrange ment and he was Informed by leading men from other states that if he would consent to this arrangement all opposi tion on the part of Foraker ahd on the part of some of Porakers Influential friends in the senate ahd nominated for the very reason that he id the antithesis of the forces that were responsible for Tho latter oi Taft is as follows Potnte Au July Dear In reply to your inquiry I wish to et Ing the course flfblch his lofty concep tlon ot duty dictates to the man whotS whole coflcern is for the wel fare of people ami who has proved In a lifetime df dlftcult and public service his extraordinary as ah administrator Is surely the man of all fcthers to be entrusted with j the I appeal to all good to all ccnsclen1 tltius men who love their country the sake of their to put such a man at Its Oyster Sep tember elsewhere would and that J press myself with aa much emphasis TaftB nomination for the presidency i as that whether I wduld would be But Taft de clined for one to consider any to himself where what he regarded as a great principle was at His attitude on this as well as on count legs convinced me that of All the men in this union ho was the man preeminently fitIn of up rightness and of fearless and aggressive and of fitness for championing the rights of peo ple as a to be Senator Poraker has been a leader among those members ot congress of both parties have resolutely op posed the great policies of Internal re form for which the administration haa made Itself His attitude has of certain other public notably as shown In this same correspondence published by Governor of Okla There Isa In one In the pres ent positions of Governor Haskell and Senator Governor Haskell stands high In the councils of Bryan and is the treasurer of bjs na tional campaign Senator Poraker the forces which in embittered fashion fought the nomination of Tatt and which werev definitely deprived of power within the Republican party when Taft was Administration The publication of this correspon dence not merely justifies In striking fashion the of the administra but also cants a curious sidelight on the attacks made upon the admin object to a compromise resolution which shall Include an Indorsement of myself for the and Sena tor Poraker for the In my It would be not only a great It would be accepted necessarily as a compromise on my behalf and there fore with my or at least wltti the acquiescence of my for whose action 1 am more or less re totally misrepre sent my I dont care for the presidency if it hasto come by com promise with Senator Podaker or any one else in a matter of He has opposed the vital policies and principles of the administration and in his opposition has seized upon and mttffnlSed an Important but Incidental to embarrass the administra using In without a blind race prejudice to accomplish his main I was confronted with a mere factional difference within my not involving a subject which must come up for consideration and action iby the next Republican national con I should riot be so emphatic in my It is not on my part a question of personal feeling wlttj re spect to It Is really a question of political In respect to the legislature of Ohio expressed what I believe to be the sentiment of the Ohio resolutionasking the senator to sup port the rate Senator Poraker declined to follow this issue Is whether he shall be It must be if WILBUR WRIGHT BEATS RECORD HEARST REFUSES Makes Witliefiig Reply to Haskells Challenge CITES HIS ALLEGED PROOFS whether he has followed his con but by thequestion whether hereajly represents the principles both in convent that his constituents desire supported put into The Issue really Is whether the Re New York Editor andPromoter of In dependence Compares Okla Governor to Burglar Who Wanted to i Arbitrate When Caught With the to Enter Into Agreement to Investigate Court Records in Support of Hie New who hsjfbbea campaigning for the national ticket of the indepen dence party in the south and middle retu raedto th is cl an d soon afterward a statement concern Ing the challenge Governor Haskell ot recent speeches Hearst had charged that who Isnow treasurer ot the Democratic national had sought In influence Attorney this Is to be a of General Moanett of Ohio to not by the question and ialr dealing which have or opposttion to those tke manaeement of the affairs of the Renregentlng the policies of I cannot national government during the J myself by cqulescence In any pro seven yeani and that is by electing posed compromise which necessarily To defeat will bring involves the admission that the Re laBting satisfaction to but one set of publicans of Ohio regard this funda TKIS1ATE NhWS IN BRlEF for of the atate nomeopathlo society opened here Row age was killed In the Tarentum paper mill when his cloth ing caught in the a result of the continued Plttsburg la in grave danger of an epidemic of dis eases arising from the use of Impure sixth case of smallpox has appeared in the Buola the patient being an of the Penn sylvania railroad body of a man was found hanging to a tree on the Piter a half mile up Bull near The body has notbeen For estry Commissioner Conklln says that steps to arrest persons suspected of setting fire to woods will be There are fires in a dozen unusual fea ture of the weekly meeting of the Presbyterian Ministerial association was the prayer for rain offered by TrumbOll Leo of Mahanoy mountain and Vulcan collieries of the Coal two of the largest operations in the Schuyl WU are shut down becauseof wateivx postofflca here was the safe being tq tihose men as la the correspondence pub lished by were behind the opponent of Taft within Ws 6wn who now are Governor Haskell and hla the opponents of Taft the opposite The sinister moneyed interests have shown such hostility to the and now to have grown to oppose ad ministration on matters not connected with those which mark the real point of For the entire agitation over Brownsville was In large part not a genuine agitation on behalf of colored men at but mere one phase of tbe effort by the rep resentatives of certain lawdefying cor porations to bring discredit upon the administration becaiesp it was seeking to cut out the evils not only corrupt use of but especially with the corrupt alli ance between certain business men of large fortunes and certain politicians of CLesL Tatt has been mental difference of opinion as of no Importance and one that can be In the interest of party har mony or the settlement of factional There Is not the slightest doubt that the next convention of the party will sustain In full the vital and main principles main tained by President Roosevelt and will express no sympathy with the opposi represented Senator Because I believe in these principles and because In my Judgment the Re publicans of the state and nation are overwhelmingly In favor of cannot favor any action by members of the commttee who do me the honor to support me and wish to aid me which will have the appearance of ac quiescence In the proposed compro Very sincerely I publish this letter without Tafts because I feel it my duty to the public that his attitude should be The man who un hesitatingly resists who cannot be swerved by any considera tion of personal interest from follow The booty amounts to about in cash and Two rige i stolen from a nearby farm were used by the thieves in their his face terribly scarred from acid thrown at him by his Jealous tnft numberi Channels Tef uses no bringbrlf OVeraow BRYAN TAKES THE PENSIVE Says Roosevelt Has Not Enforced AntiTrust Law ALSO ASSAILS STANDARD OIL Commoner in Completing First Tour of New York State Exhibits Aggres siveness Thought to Be the Result of Conferences With the Leaders In the He Is Fighting Two Opponents In Roosevelt and But Feels Able to Meet Both oh the Democratic presi dent has seen fit to give the Republi can cand4dato another It seems I am running against two Republicans Instead of but our platform is so and the pur pose of our party is so well expressed in that platform that I am prepared to meet the argument of one or both of Hurling defiance at hla Republican William Demo cratic candidate for speak ing here last night before Immense so declared Cheer ing crowds at the station and which baa needed the attention of the na tional is that In West Vlr and I am in hopesthat thfa wilt be I belief the result of that conference will be that both of the Republican factions which had candidates for governor will unite on a man who will be acceptable to the whole On Kills Two Rhy age a and bis son Henry were Wiled by fames following an explosion of nltro n a well they were Mysterious Prisoner mysterious A known to the keepers as the Man With the Iron ia no For two years he had been at the Western peniten tut nothing had been learned as to who be Was or where he He is Prison officials fried to learn his real so his relatives could be sent but A kept silence to the On the rec ords his name appeared as John Halland he was committed from Pay ette county to serve Bve years for bur iHe was well past middle and with a high degree of Leech Boosts Operators Increase r from fifty cents to sixty cents aft hcjuf in the pay of linotype and operators at the government printing1 office will be put Into effect on Oslo her Public Printer Leechsays the experimental stage of machine position has long since passed lined the streets greeted him on the that proficient operators that I are not receiving the compensation way to the where he remained but a few moments before he was whisked away to Humboldt park in an automobile and apoke to a vast Prom the park he went to conventldn which was packed by while outside were quad necessitating a 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 ara as follows Hard all Plttsburg Lump Plttsburg Lump 5 tons or Pittsburg Lump 5 tons or more Plttsburg Lump and 5 tons or more Filer Lump Filer Lump 6 tons or Filer Lump 6 tons or Filer Lump and Nut B tons or Filer Nut Filer Nut our PHtBburg coal comes from mines 12 and the cream of the Pittsburg Any orders booked now will be protected against advance itj Our terms 5 tone or cash order or on Orders ot 6 tons or more 60 6 cents per ton off If paid within 10 Our facilities for handling coal makes It possible to give the best Our best custom Broad tired used in driving over Miller CANAU WILLIAM dismiss certain suits pending against the Standard Oil In a Governor 1 Haskefl Invited Hearst to publicly I prove his charges before a committee of cept the of an editorial board of arbitration in the following language To the Associated this communication to as I cannot have the slightest correspondence or controversy with a of Has kells Haslcolls proposition reminds me of the wellknown story of the burglar who was caught In the act by the When the police burst in upon him they found him In front of a safe which had been blown with hla tools in his a dark lantern In one hand and his other hand on the valuables In the The police dragged burglar to the courtroom and the Judge said to the culprit what have you to say for yourself The burglar said Look lets arbitrate this The court the complaint of exattorney general of the affidavit of the present assistant attorney general of the court records ot the state of Oklahoma in the Prairie Oil and accuse and not Haskell has bad many years in which to sue if that gen tleman committed a in naming Haskell as one of men who attempted to bribe him In the Staiid ard Oil Haskells proposition to arbi trate the matter now that he has a sense of evajy Jf he baa not a sense of Bast cannon In the pulfllp square Is used by bootleggers in their necessary to obtain a bot tle ot Bootleggers Best to quietly place two bits in the mouth of the walk once around the then insert the hand and pull from the war relic the coveted meet Ing will shortly be held itf this 6lty for the drafting of a bill for holding a state fair n The mat ter will be in charge of Representa tive who presented a bill last The plan is to enlist all societies In the i Johns entered his home at Conemaugh and with ft revolver shot down his age and Charles His wife was in stantly killed anj the other woman lived only about fifteen Johns was He had been put of work and Is supposed to have become are not receiving the compensation equal to that paid by private coacerM ia the large Captive Teopard J New black female baa been by her desperate battle in the lion house f the Bronx at Including womenand obll sailedat everyturn President Roose Taft Republican lead He spoke of theconflict he existed between the president and the Republican members of con gress replied speclftqally tocertain queries propounded to him in an open in the Chicago Tribune at tacked the president for what he said was his failure to enforce anti trust and from he the president could not escape de nounced Senators Platt and as having betrayed the people charged the Republicans with turning the PICTURE The Frame Thet Startled Delmerolx In the Paris f t Eugene founder1 Ot French romantic school of very poor in bis Htoflrfit pic ture of note was bis Dante and Vir painted when b was only twenty years It was extremely talnlng several Ogucs the of and to buy the canvas qnd colors took all the mdhey Delacroix A frame woaoat of the bnt a good financial system over to Wall tured carpenter gava the young artist He is aged about thirty and finally poured a volley of denun1 four strips of of which Delacroix eight elation into the Standard Oil made a rude framework for bis mas Whether or following so closely I which bo then sent to the on the neeia of hfs conferences with But he had hardly a hope that Judge Parker and former Senator his picture would be David the vigor of speech I On opening day Delacroix went h was due to the conclusions reached is the bnt failed to find bis paint not but It all sides that at no time during the pres ent campaign has bfeen so Hej made 8 dozen speeches to large and crowds all alongthe Bands the peo ple and at Tonawanda there was an incessant din of locomotive and factory Speeches were made at Niagara him with true cy nee of Witten Monroe is over one hundred and nine years That she is In good healthwas shown when she walked to a neighbors house and at tended a party She was born in Pennsylvania on February and has lived in three Her father was In the revolutionary There is no guesswork about An tllls as the family records have been properly Chicago Grain Market of ac cumulating stocks was too much for the wheat market today an early for which there seemed no legitimate was more than December closing lHo under Sat Corn slumped nearly while oats and provisions receded less vio September options closed 76 M He was wandering disconsolately i when he noticed a great before a He drew It his Dante and But It wasrln f a richly glided as fine a product of the picture mounters art as could be found in i be sought Baron headiof the examining As noon as Delncrojx Introduced Plttsburg Corn 3 yellow f 20 Ohio Ohio full 106 cars market strong on best cattle others tidy com mon to good fat J2 4 good fresh cows and common to Sheep and 20 loads market steady on lambs and slow on Prime f good fair culls and clipped spring real heavy1 and Suspension Bridge and several smaller Taft Reassures Tafts telegram expressing confidence in National Chairman as is In supreme con trol and welcoming with him the as sistance of Senator the ex ecutive and advisory was the one news production of the Repub stammered how about that splendid frame I bad no money to frame Make your mind said fell to such a chefdoeuvre as you have ed should be placed on I we framed your Dante at our own 45 decks market strong on hoga and dull on Prime heavy light Ucan presidential The tele gram was brought forth by publics tlons Indicating that the national chair man was to be although not in the control of the After sending the telegram Taft made its contents public at ths funds necessary to defray the expense of a vigorous speaking campaign have not is frankly admit ted by Chairman Prank HHitchcock of the Republican national The statement was made In explana tion of the delays that have attended the beginning of the campaign WOIK In most of the states No Apologies to I have no apologies to he We knew long ago that we could not waste our funds and for that reason we decided that the proper thing to was to get the states shape for an effective campaign for the last month preceding To that end I have devoted most of my time to the Adjustment of tu a large number of states where the Republicans were not pull ing The Where wood is much used as a according to Suburban considera ble soot collects in the and it Is a source of many The cbjm ney should be burned out once a year at and the work done on a damp or it may be swept out A chim ney is burned out by placing a bundle of straw or similar material in the bot tom of the flue and firing it To sweep put a chimney i four Inches tbin rope and the chimney not too the chimney can tw i ed by a brush on a jointed s Birds That gome like all and Australia and produce the bower regular These bouses not a part of but i etructea usually jjn the fbape ered archways of boughs three feet aud about as booses simply they were clubho are colored and 1 W w f it
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