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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENMI ESTABLISHED PRICE 2 CENTS PER OIL AND GUN POWDER DUPONT RESIGN Oil Can Does for Powder Lifts Tother CRITICISM HASJTS EFFECT Because of Connection With Alleged Powder Coleman Head of Speakers Bureau of Repub lican National Accedes to Hint From White House That He Had Better Sever His Connection With the Haskells Resig nation Came This Governor Charles Haakell last midnight resigned as treasurer of the Democratic national His resignation was an nounced by himself three hours after his arrival In Chicago from and after he had conferred with officers of the Democratic national in giving out his deci sion In response to a declared he did not desire to which mightresult to the ueiuoeiatle party by retaining the office of treas New many rumors on the Chair closed on wnicti caused raise of a foot at Oakmont and Ve Roosevelt Orders 200 Morgan man Hitchcock of the Republican naDltch of thls dlty haa recelved a spe tloual committee announced that Oen1 frora Washington to prepare eral Coleman Dupont of Bhlp 2oo hunting which are head of the bureau of campaign speak1 to be by President Roosevelt and ers of the national had rej party on the big African He fine makes a specialty of fine hunting and has received Instructions to send the best he can Ho Is now making the selections from his Plttsburg 26Mi327 38 Ohio York full 13 COLEMAN DUPONT be responsible embarrassment Supply light market tidy common to good fat good fresh cows and 50 common to Sheep and Supply light market Prime good fair culls and clipped spring veal heavy and 35 double decks market Prime heavy yorfc PEACE REIGNS IN TUFTS TRAIN Cummins and Lacey Give In structive Eil SAYS Republican Almost Speech Itii With Namt signed as head of that bureau and also as a member of the executive commit tee of the national and that his resignation had been accept In an elaboration of the announce ment Chairman Hitchcock said Last Tuesday General Dupont ten dered his Action on the resignation was awaiting my arrival In New my purpose then being to reach here on the following Circumstances prevented my re turning until this when Gen eral Dupont and I had a personal con ference concerning the In which he Insisted upon tho acceptance of his feeling that the ten dency of the suit by the government against the powder company with which he Is connected might be em ployed by our opponents to the Injury of the to which he Is ear nestly His there has been Hint From the White is under stood that tl e case of Coleman De pont of announcement of Whose resignation as director of the speakers bireau of the Republican national committee has been made was discussed at the cabinet It was said that the president wrote a letter to Chairman sug gesting that Dupbnts connection with the socalled powder trust made him unsuitable for official connection with the Drouth In 1854 Was Much to Charles the ferryman on the Allegheny river between Montrose and whose father kept elabor ate records of such th present drouth Is nothing compared with that which occurred In the sunv mer of During that with there wasno rain from June to Crops In the lower Allegheny Ing through a a valley and other parts of the country Burlington and Qulncy passenger train were almost a complete running over the Northern Pacific aome pasture fields were as bare road ran Into a freight at Youngs a country Although the river j where the trains were to reached so low a stage as to Twenty persons were killed and n navigation It was not score several probably ab low at Verona as It was this year i The freight flagman failed to before the dam at Aspinwall was I the passenger in time to prevent the it is because of the blinding Fireman Ora Babcock Jumped and Mixer In Tour It SB his In ray was right regarding It when she positively declared to us alnre I do not believe U U TBUSTATt NtwS IH BRIEF I INNOCENT SPIRITED REPLY en tered Mike Peers saloon and stole be tween and Eighteen by age of was But Is Recipient aWordlal drowned In the Miami age was killed at Upsons coal mine by a fall of He leaves a heat for Hlmrfelf Through Bryan Speaks Haute and tf Des braced her opportunity to demonstrate em that both the radlcalMid the conserve caused tne dismissal of the city live elements party Hght auction it is a great pleasure for me to come here andibe escorted by and until the weather moder are regular whenjff comes to the ates there will be no afternoon ses national Thli demonstration was made by Governor radl socialistic cal leader and candidate for the sen meeting at Youngstown was terminal and Major op ed ty a riot in which several people ponent of the governor for senatorial were Injured toy flying stones and beer The two rode In the Taft special train from the time It entered the state and each participated in the two dozen meetings Iwhlch the Taft special hurried into and away from in Its flying swing from Clinton to Des The candidate todk early opportun ity to show his appreciation of the j significance of his saying to the crowd at Davenport after Governor Cummins had given him a most hearty and positive Indorsement in an Intro Declares Himself lippt of Any mpropar Gqnluct TAFT 6IIEST OF STANDARD OIL hanged himself In a shod In his He had become de spondent over drought and the failure of his grape Nicholas Longworth and Herman Goe were nominated for reelection by Republicans of the First and Scoml post office at Colton was entered by two who made way with In the great men of I appreciate I cash and and then robbed a L 4irkatvi n n DISASTROUS WRECK Twenty Killed and as Many In jured on Northern Pacific tha fact that my welcome Iwtb this sjtate is by Governor ijajor Lace and Congress men Smith and Dawaon Indicates that Is going solidly for the Republi can ticket and With his voice but a ragged ruffle of its former Taft ylr tually throughout the day the politicians who saw him do It declared him to be a mixer of great ability In size and enthusiasm the days stable of a team of horses and es death of James banker and of the firm of Drexel Philadelphia Morgan New and Harjes com pany of la reported from Hot Senator Republican Accepted Entertainment at Hands of Standard Oil Attorneyi at Middle Ban Opposi tion to Bill and That It Was the of Dt Sinister Motive In the Browns ville In a long and carefully prepared statement Untej States Senator Poraker takes tip recant charges made by William Hearst and President plaining his temporary connection with Standard Oil company and discussing tka Brownstvlle incident and his connection with the rate Forakar says Tho president commences his state mant connected with the publication of Judge Tafts letter with a bitter ar raignment o because of Hear its which he appears to have accepted as fully proven as soon as He does not wait for proof or nor accept the same when charges are not simply that I was In the employment of the Standard Oil company and that I was paid for my but that I was secretly In that employment for Illegal and that the money I re ceived was paid as compensation for Entertaining this view of the meas I studied the subject with very great care and felt when t had my conclusions that It Was my duty to my constituents and whole country to disregard the IntnioUOtti of the Ohio moat of the members of which body had probably studied the questions Involved but Very little If at At any In the presence of the decision on the commodities Clause and the enforcement of the rate law to foreign I do not thinK 1 need make any apology for voting against the rate bill certainly I do nbt think H was an offense of such R hejnewi character that I should ba Mad put of the party on account of I have In talnd not the stopping In definitely of adequate railroad fcoft traction at a time when it la badly the losses amounting td billions of dollars which have bee sustained on account ol the shrinkage fv of values of but the empty dinner palls and suffering families unemployed Responsibility for such results It it the first time we have had anything like U under a Republi can Who caused all 4htsT Not He kas been generously AH our natural conditions are favorable to a resump tion of1 the fullest and yet i tt does not A million brimful dinner palls have been kicked oven Wfl know that the policies of the Re wibllcan jparty filled lititcfes emptied them I am at least andprofoundly that ho ever not even my tewtt that any dinner nai ever been emptied that any wage worker has ever lost a wages by reason of any act or speech op vote or Improperly Influencing legislation by gept Winifred congress In conflict wth and in vlo latlon of my official Declined Two Senator Toraker thep undertakes te Taft in Standard OH Senator Foraker points out that Taft is alio intimate with Standard Oil menand other trust f and Apparently every man who elation to the company to off Bilious Troubles correctives are BEECHAMS to correct the bile Regulate the Liver Soxfm and wllk lull tered in Wisconsin All of dates efforts at speaking met with appreciative approval and when he made excuses for con dition of hg voice was so apparent that no complaint was In all the candidate made eighteen speeches during the but most them were Terre dressing two large gatherings William Bryan reiterated bis charge that President Roosevelt was not glv May age was burned to death at her home liere while play Ing with John She had apparently been tween him and John Archbold that his employment with the Standard Oil company was entirely regular and con slstent with his official duties as n United States He also by other letters that he refused u relation to the company la to oe any en out of public If I shall probably have a great deal Snlxene mpntp when Wv rlslted Middle Bass and he guest of Lewisef thelaw firm of Doyle ft have beem the attorneys the Stand a was Ths smoking cars debris was hopeleaalv mixed with legs and arms presenting a horrible In one place seven bodies were The known dead Colonel Utah John Lon Gam Den ver Seattle Ora Bab Chlco Charles John district passenger agent Nickelplate railway George Battlo Mllp ad dress four unidentified coal COAL dead for an jury In the case against Peter charged with the murder of Corky Jones at Danville December JOI1C3 at UH1H 1IIO brought In a verdict of guilty of volun to a retainer from the Standard art tary This fourth trial for was the because he could notdo so consistent serious I ly with his further public says Cansellja number of modern houses If sou want to sell yoirs list it at once GILLESPIE was striking on his Mllo Ing him a square but that the president was using federal office holders as a Republican His principal remarks were made at the baseball where he denounced the Republicans for their policies and pleaded with his audience to stand to gether and elect the state and na tional Democratic The second address was made last night from the courthouse Bryan added some more corpor ations to the list of those specifically mentioned by him as being in restraint of He mentioned the American Tobacco the Rational Bis cuit company and the socalled starch He dwelt on the ability of pow erful corporations to control a cam A small amount their prof he will finance any campaign and that ls what leads to the corruption of elections and the cor ruption of official CLEVELAND LETTER PRONOUNCED FAKE Eiecutor Hastings Says It Was Not Written ty EiPresldent New Times prints today a letter from Hast exedutor of the late Qrover in which the writer denies the authenticity of a political article purporting to have been prepared and signed by the former president and which was published by the Times af ter his The article in which the Times explains it had pur chased of a magazine made Cleveland compare Taft and Bryau as presidential to the disadvantage of the The publication of the article over Clevelands signature caused wide Cleveland at the time was quoted as I do not be Hive it IB In his letter written to the Times Hastings says In part Since our interview of September 22 there has come to my knowledge evidence which leaves In my tnlnj no 4oiibt of fact that the ald article was not written nor signed by and therefore in my no lonaer to crad that the United States govern ment may beasked to furnish explo sives to be discharged on Broad moun affalrs of the company In Ohio and its reorganization after the trust was dis solved by order of our supreme and my employment had no relation in in the belief that the atmospheric the slightest degree to anything In disturbance would bring stage of the river at Is only one the lowest record here In 100 The bed of the river is dry and there Is ofa water Many mills In vi cinity are preparing to more men were put back to work at which the federal government was then or with respect to which the congress was then legislat ing or at that time proposing to legis and the employment was ended long before the company was made the subject of any especial attention In congress and longer still before it was attacked In the federal courts or proceeded against in any way by the forth between Middle where I had the pleasure meeting traveled on the yacht of a prominent v and while doubtless paid his at least thejft papers so announcedj when traveling from Hot Springs to Toledo on his way to Middle yet nevertheless he rode In the private car of one of t the officers of the of which also Doyle Lewis are What a series of unpardonable crimes There did not seem to be any such righteous of these Standard Oil and other trust representatives rankling In the bosom of Taft on the occasions to FlMommended Standard Oil When three years ago the president had occasion to appoint a Unite1 States district judge for the northern of knowing the v abilities and high character of tybm i R Doyle of this Standard firm of the employment was not to defend the the Pennsylvania railroad shops in this company against violation of the law federal government and further that I Doyle dio not hesitate to reo1 j t j tn tin Our prices delivered to all parts of the city are as follows Hard all sizes Pittsburg Lump Vlttsburg Lump 5 tons or Plttsburg Lump 5 tons or more 280 Plttsburg Lump and 5 tons or Filer Lump Filer Lump 5 tons or 266 Filer Lump 5 tons or more 286 Filer Lump and Nut 5 tons or Flier Nut Flier Nut All our Plttsburg coal comes from mines 12 and cream of the Plttsburg Any ordera booked now will be protected against advance In Our terms 5 tons or cash with order or on Orders of 5 tons or more 60 5 cents per ton off If paid within Our facilities for handling coal makes U possible to give the best Our best custom Broad tired wagons used In driving over Miller CANAL city and Fortyfive car ro pairmen wemt back to the Maclay street shops and twentyfive at This makes the total of 600 men taken back since June carrier pig of the courts exhausted by was taken in against by Miss Lottie The bird had a brass band on one leg with the number and on the other leg an aluminum band stamped The bird was fed and after which It was liberated and It Started of Ohio or the United States or tlm orders of any of the but only to assist In executing the orders of the courts and so reorganizing as to con form to all state and and to fully comply with all the that had been rnado Contradicts the Referring to the presidents charge that he is the representative of the trusts in the United States the statement says that the president ommend him to the president Jn Strong language for appointment to that ty In reply to the statemejit jl that tho Brownsville agitation Was stirred up by lawdefying corporations i W for the purpose of embarrassingthe rAx Senator Foraker says This is worse the presidentsJ claim that the panic of October was precipitated by a lot of rich men in Wall street who wanted to bankrupt tfytj themselves and the whole country that they might discredit hlraj and 11 worse even than the story that these same men raised a fund NOtWunSianQlUK lUcll case a verdict finding him guilty as in1 who has been prom1 inent In railroad organization j was found guilty of having committed a criminal assault upon thirteenyear1 old Gladys After hearing the verdict Beresford infuriated hog caused the death of Adam Adel He entered a pen in which was a hog with a litter of Ho picked UP one of the when the mother attacked In his en deavor to escape Adelbergor threw himself over the causing a rup His parents live lu Chicago Grain such whether made by him or anybody and there is not a scrap of evidence that can be produced supporting any such Concerning the letter of Taft declining an indorsement for president in connection with an indorsement of Foraker for tb statement says a I have not at any time or In any way sought Tafta help for reelec tion to the When Tftfts candidacy for the presidency was announced I was surprised to learn from the newspapers that the pro gram of those having it In charge lu ray elimination from public from naming his chosen happen to know better than anybody else can know that there Is not thft alightest ground for such a In conclusion the senator 1 in making this I have said anything that will work the sjlght est Injuryto the Republican shall regret but I shall always that those who have no for my family or good but y ket advanced sharply for a time to December touching but there was plenty for ssle on the bulge and December closed j been only an the elimination proposition In volved naturally brought controversy and strife when there should have accomplish the shame and they have are not entitled to any consideration at my ftRd that my duty to the party ha subordinated to duty to family and good name I have striven to that I may leave It to them as thejf more priceless U their tlmation than anything else within power to give t closed oats ytc lower and provisions slightly high September options closed With refwence to the which he opposed In the Foraker says DUrvgarded bill contained some provisions on account of which I disliked to vote Stoneboro Fair Via Bessemer 29th to Special train will leave Greenville I0 vicious that I could not doubt 07 30th and Round trip are leave Stoneboro Its a pit when sicK ones drag BtotnacU or stimulate the Heart That is all weafcyf means weake And this Is I of the Heart and The W nerves are instead orylnfj out This explains why Restorative is promptly helping and Kidney alljft agalnit and so stated In the Restorative reapUes out but It contained awmed ftctual cause of these the 48 ftp cure as soon IWt It would bring upon hotonly aiiftorlng and distress but auu a8 soon that hut TO atill other eVUs that did not then seem Low that heS Is PoSrtng to hft I n TIT A ft   

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