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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED isal Ai SEPTEMBER PRICE 2 CENTS PER ELKIN ANDGRIEST MORE TELLTALE LETTERSJIPPEAR Alleged Standard Oil Gorroe pondence Sees Ligiit of Day NEW NAMES ADDED TO ROSTER Grlest and Jo seph 8lbley of Pennsylvania Men In Addition to Former Sena tor MoLaurln of South William Hearst continues His Al leged Exposures at New York State Convention of the Independence I New addressing last night the state oouventlon of the Independence league as the New York state branch of the national Independence party is officially renewed his attack upon membsrs of both the Republican und Democratic and produced inother batch of which he said written by or to John Arcbr bold of the Standard Oil One of the letters was addressed United States Senator John of South and there Was alsoa letter from former Senator to In whlcn the writer declared he could beat Tlllman If properly and generously Hearst read also a letter from Representative Joseph Sibley to Archbold and a letter from Archbold to a Whose name did not Renewing hie asstmlt upon Gover HMkell of treas urer of the Democratici national Hearstdeclared that not VERIBEST RUBBER A thicker coating than any other Rubber Roofing on the Noth ing better regardless of Needs no GET OUR McHenryMlllhouse South FOR SALE BT LIVINGSTON iMOYER only was he a Standard Oil tool ami promoter of crooked but was one of the organizers of the steel Hesrst Fires Another Hearst also quoted from what he declared was a recent speech of defending the Standard Oil company as having done won ders In the We said that It had done wonders In the United States The new charges were received with great Clarence personal coun sel to William who has taken a prominent part In the Inde pendence league movement since its was nominated by the convention for All of the on the ticket were filled by can didates chosen by a committee on the slate being unani mously ratified by the The letters read by Hearst were as follows 26 My Dear have your kind faivor of We of noted your recent disagree able experience with with the ut most We think you have done just right In not being goaded by him into doing a foolish I am greatly Interested In the sug gestion of the law practice and will see to it that It is kept In with the hope that something may develop In which I can be of service to you in connection With kind I Very truly JOHN John Senate Cham I Dear have pushed my lights so vigorously that they have called on I met him at Gaff ney and beat him at his own 1 called his and now the fight la for two seats In the senate Instead of I can beat Tlllman If properly and generously There is no time to I enclose an account of both meetings for your i With kindest I I Yours j JOHN i April i Frederick First Vice Trust I 06 City I Dear gives me pleasure to Introduce to you hereby i Senator McLaurln of South Caro who desires to discuss with you some business questions of mutual In I cannot speak In too high terms of Senator for whom I bespeak your most kindly considera Very truly JOHN Personal aud House of My Dear United States senator today to make a loan of I told him I did not have but would try and get it for him and would let him know in a day or Do you want to make the Investment He is one will do anything In the world that Is right for his friends if Please tele graph me yes or I will give you name when I see I dont know but what I ought to come over and see Events are and I am on the Inside of them and think I am playing no small hand and want to know to The nominationof a HepuuTlcaji Is not yet No man can safely predict the nominee and I guess I got hold of the real sltua as close ly as If you need me for any telegraph me and I will come I Sincerely i JOSEPH i Deat West Virginia seems to have gone which will give her a Democratic United States senator to succeed I write to whether Governor Flem ing has made any intimation of bis Intentions In respect to candidacy for this There is probably no man in West Virginia better qualified or who would make a more capable and honorable senator than If he his said nothing to you you please raise the question with him and tell him that we all here would be greatly Interested in having him make an effort for the place and would be too happy to extend any aid that may te In our I would like to hear from you just as promptly as pos sible on this If it is possible for you vto confer with him either per sonally or by telephone at price will bo glad to have you do and please telegraph me in cipher the Yours very JOHN John October John New York Dear the county of Lan the regular Republican ticket 1s being opposed by an Inde pendent Ben secretary of the under Stone adminis is the leader the regular Republicans and our particular Your peoplehave some interests in Lancaster and if you get them to take an Interest for the straight Republican ticket you would confer a Very cordially JOHN BRYAN SPEAKS IN CINCINNATI Given Hearty Greeting in Candi date Taffs Home Town HANDS A HINT TO ROOSEVELT LAFOLLETTE PRAISES TAFT Pai a trol ley car of the LeUigh Valley Transit crowded with people going home from the was going through Fullerton two passengers were swept from the rear platform by a passing An unidentified German working man had his skull crushed and was Instantly TUghman Fenster nrisc of had his skull fractured and Is In a critical Cheese Cheese crnckers are better when made the day they are to be Use American grated cheese and sal tine For each two table spoonfuls allow one of creamed rubbing them together till perfectly Spread evenly on the wafers and set them In a moderate oven to glaze the Watch carefully to prevent There Is nothing nicer to serve with n plain York WEATHER cloudy Friday and Sat urday light to fresh south West Friday and Sat Western Friday and probabiy Saturday light to fresh variable mostly COAL Can sell a number of modern houses centrally If you want to sell yours list it at once dlLLESPIE Our prices delivered to all parts of the city are as follows Hard all sizes Plttsburg Lump Plttsburg Lump 5 tons or Pittsburg Lump B tons or Plttaburg Lump and 5 tons or more Filer Filer Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump B tons or 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 booked now will be protected against advance in Our terms 5tons or cash wltn order or ondeli Orders of 6 tons or more 60 5 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 wagons used in driving over Miller Suggests That Practice of Square Deal He for Seven Years Wouldnt Be a Bad pares Hie Own Record With That of Taft and Declares Taft Could Not Have Been Nominated on His Rec of Words Goes Merrily On In All I ask of the president is that he put Into prac tice for a month and a half what he has talked about for seven and that Is a square i Twice William Bryan gave ex pression to this the first time In Dayton and again In this city last night before two of the largeit audiences he ever has It was not a square he for the president to out one Republican and htm over other Republi It was not a square deal for the president to his which be longed to all the as a party as He added a new feature to his speeches duringihe campaign by com paring the personal record of himself and Bryan arrived in this city from where he stayed several hours en route from His train was gaily decked with flags and bunt placed there the urgent re quest of employes of the Hamilton and JJayton Ac companying Bryan were Judson Democratic nomlnefe for gov ernor State Chairman and a big escort from As the train carrying the distinguished Ne braskan pulled Into the station through a gauntlet of red thou sands of throats sent up a mighty yell of Hurrah for Bryan and the crowd pushed and jammed until ft ap peared as though someone would be Thei progress xf Bryati from the railroad station to the hotel was a continuous Welcomed at i The reception accorded the Demo cratic candidate on his way from Co lumbus was Large crowds turned out all along the but It remained for Dayton to overwhelm So great were the crowds that he was compelled to deliver two extra speeches to street throngs that stopped car He was showered with flowers and greeted with vociferous applause hy the tens of thousands from the city and sur rounding In his speech here Bryan said As this is the home of my oppo I desire to take occasion to ex press my high opinion of his character and accomplishments I think that I pay him a higher compliment In as suming that he is able to conduct his own campaign than the president does In contesting with him the leadership of the party In the As Taft referred to my I feel that it is only fair that I should make a brief It is perfectly legitimate that both the public and the private records of candidates should be brought under for the pri vate record is as much an index to a iman as his public Taft and I have records and they are necessar ily a part of the Nominated by In some respects Taft has been more fortunate than He has bad opportunity to hold office and to show his conception of official He has held appointiveOffices for nearly half his and during a considerable part of the time the office was As a United States as governor of the Philippines and as secretary of war he has been before the and yet who will say that he could have secured the Republican nomina tion on his record It was the powerful support of the president that made him the nominee of his and the president seems to feel that the of the case require that the full support of the administration shall be given to Tafts I have not held office to any great Four years in congress covers my official I began life as a practiced for a few years in Illinois and then went to J had no rich or powerful friends to Whatever distinction I have gained has been gained inthe advo cacy of the policies of government which I have deemed best for the peo and yet 1 think that you will agree with me that I have been reasonably J wtt8nomlnated for jhe presidency by a national convention of tny party and received the votes of thousands of Not withstanding my I was again nominated and again received about the same After the lapse of eight years I have nominated a third the nomination coming from the ranjs aetJ His of my party and coming with a degree of unanimity that indi cates that the principles which I have been advocating acceptable to the His official record would not have secured htm thn t have been thrice nominated without an extended official Woman Goes Back to her disgust with modern Lulu age a re turned to hatureand appeared in the street When the police were summoned the woman entered her home and after firing two bullets into her stomach set fire to the house aud defied the After some delay the door was broken down and the woman found lying on the floor In fa pool of but with a revolver clutched In her from which she fired at the policemen until the weap on was The bullets failed to take The woman Is dying In n Blalne Elklns Sued by the United States district court for northern district of West Virginia and of appeared and made formal declaration in a suit for 000 damages on an allegation of breach of by Louise a New against Blaifle the youngest son of Stephen United States senator from West A summons was is calling upon Blalne Elklns to appear at a formal hearing Horse Causes Death of St flrsl accidental death at Camp where five thousand regulars are en occurred when Private John McCawl of Troop Fifth was drowned In Lake He his horse Into the slipped from Its back and started to The horse kicked him on the head and he He was dead j when the body was a few minutes TAFT PROMISES REAL REVISION Nominee Finds Friendly Greet ings in Wisconsin State UFQLLETTE HELPS THE CAUSE Vanderbllt Divorce NJBW Ger ard in the supreme court sighed the final decree of divorce in favor of Vanderbllt from Alfred Gwynne The cus tody of the one William Henry now slout six years of Is given to the CANVASS ON COAST FAVORABLE TO TAFT Hitchcock Gets Comforting News From Slate Chairman from the first canvass of the far made under a system inaugurated by Chair man Hitchcock and Secretary Hav ward of the Republican national com indicate that Wyoming and Colorado carried by Taft and The returns from Mon tana are less encouraging and the contest there will be very The Nevada report is the only one that favors Bryan and the Knpubllean man agers hope to turn theUlde before elec tion Chairman Hitchcock was asked what steps he is taking to coun teract the work being done in organ1 ized labor Samuel Gompors of the American Federation of Are you conducting a labor bureau at either of the headquarters he was j not with a sign on the was the Explanation then was made that the labor bureaus In the various states are being directed by the managers of the state although the national managers are close relations with these j Telegrams were received by Chair man Mltchcock from both of the Re publican factions of West j giving assurances that all Republicans i would rally to the support of Glassi the compromise Wu Ting Fang Is Ting Chlnesevniulster to is to be replaced in November of this His successor Is who was consul general of the Chinese em pire at Manila in and who goes to Washington with spe cial representative of the TangShaoYl has left Peking for Absorbed by New control pf the Washington Life Insurance com pany passed from the bands of Lev Thomas Hyan and Harry Payne Whitney to a Plttsburg syndi headed by William president of the Plttsburg and Trust By Giving Taft Warmest Possible Discussing the Tar iff Republican Candidate Declares Revision of the Tariff Will Do Jus tlce to Consumers as Well as Manu Hoarse From on Schedule for sin had a political climax in the com plete and emphatic manner in which United States Senator LaFoliette first declared Taft to be a radical In political Ideas and then gave him Ms own This Is Senator LaFollettes indorse beginning with a quotation from the Bible Thou shall provide out the people such as fear men of truth hating Ladles and Is the great leader that we have with us to Nature gave him judicial great force of charac tenacity His life In the public service Is distinguished for its marked its its He taken advanced ground upon the great issues engendering the profoundest thought of the people df this great From a somewhat intimate acquaintance him for twenty today Is progressive in He is Pause a moment and The last ten years In the life of tlw American government are big with In whether in the in in Porto In Panama or In of the wheneverthe problems most trying andcomplex demanded the greatest prudence and had a large grasp and dis played the highest executive Two presidents In succession sum moned to their aid the man who is our honored guest Not In the Enemys This Indorsement was delivered at before an audience consisting of farmers from all parts of Wisconsin attending the National Farmers con There was every evidence through out Tafts day that the enemys country was somewhere else than the Wisconsin towns Throughout the day big crowds every few minutes greeted the speeding Toft The tariff of the candidate at delivered under pecu liarly opportune campaign was the final act of the Taft stated that he believed he would be elected He reviewed the promise df his party for tariff revision and then showed that in doing this work the party would adhere to Its There were some tariff schedules that were he and these would be Some were too and these would bo But the contrary to the Democratic doctrine of tariff for revenue would be along protec tion lines Taft said that revision should and would be made according to the Republican principles of After reviewing the whole question he made this declaration Bryan Needlessly Bryan is concerned because he thinks that the Republican party Is unable to carry out Its promise of revising the tariff In accordance with the principle He says that the protected Interests are so neces sary to the success of the Republican party that will control It and pre vent R revision on proper lines aivi that there has been no Indication that the revision maynot be upward rather tnan In answer I can say that the party Is pledged to a genuine as the temporary head of that party arid president of the United If It be successful In I expect to use all the Influence that I have by calling special ses sion and by recommending to congress a genuine arid honest revision of the tariff In accordance with the principle of protection laid down In the based upon the examination of appropriate evidence and Impartial be tween the consumer and the manufac to Be I dont for a moment dispute that the will make every effbi as tlTey to main tain tariff at such a rate as will secure them In business end that In this matter they will be Interested but there is also ele ment in the Republican party repre senting the consumer through whom the demand for a revision of the tar iff on conservative protective lines td excessive rates has crystallised Into the definite pledge to revise the The Republican candidate spoke at Beloll with every evidence that Ws arduoun work of the day previous had centered Itself In his Hi was1 hoarse He also spoke at at the AlllsChambers Machine works and at Racine before reaching Mil Madison after he had expressed himself in appreciation of the LaFoliette casualty commented on a bequest to the state university by former United f States Senator Vllas that would amount to several million a year and added that this In his Was a good manner in which to dispose of swollen fortunes and that enormous gatherings of money la one family should be restralnde by proper laws Taft left Milwaukee after tne He passed through Chicago in the small hours of the morning and continued his campaigning trip in beginning at mining town of eleven miles went of Is surrounded by forest fires In great case of smallpox and one uuder observation Is the total of the Cum berland county outbreak 25 former lieutenant gov ernor and for years prominent In Ohio is at the home Ot Uij Daughter in this age a pioneer ness man of died fa ly at the home of his v B Robert Gtllia of whom he was a wellknown young foreigner of who was to have been wedded to a girl of that was crushed to death coming out of the Sept Jay Laning has withdrawn from the race fqr reelection to congress from the Fourteenth district Owen of Knox county has been nominated ID Lantngs ard age assistant cashier of the Farmers and Producers bank Is mysteriously After an examination it was said that his accounts were New W foiaier cashier of the closed SmlUhfleld has been dieted foi Embezzlement and misap propriation of It is alleged that there la a shortage of In a talk with Congressman James who has juat returned from told him that would be In the campaign from time on and Indicated that be Intended to take the Lewis of a lineman for the Pennsylvania Telephone was instantly killed at He was climbing a pole and bad reached the top when his belt came in contact with a live fires near here aia becoming At StaufferB the men and women an fighting the Unless rain falls within the next twen tyfourhouis tlje mammothicehouses of the Pocono Ice company will be Sept lestgned as the candidate for governor on the I4nPOlov Republican n have signed from the Lincoln ticket and will support the RepubHpan Further than that I have this t OS j Kline and H Tellea ot argued motions on demurrers Bled in three ouster suits against the Oil The suits were tar George H Judge Babst i Crustllne heaid the arguments reserved bis thousand workers in of this city and thrpuanout the be thrown out of wort closing down of the Industrial pit if the drought in UiU i another   

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