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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                A TRIFLE OF HARRIMAN Faintly Suggestive ot Marks Bryans Reply MAKES ANSWER TO ROOSEVELT Reminds President of Incident of Two Years Ago and Compares Publicity Planks of the Two tiers Why President Quotes Hughes Instead of Distance De bate Between Rival Leaders En hanees Interest In braskan Uses Smooth ing his knowledge Has kell against the charges which have been brought against him until the charges can be examinedin some court where partleanahip does not William on his way from Madison this gave put for publication his reply to Presi dent Roosevelts recent letter In re sponse to his telegram on the Bryan speaks of the election of Haskell as governor of Oklahoma find says that the constitution was adopted and that Governor Haskell elected In spite of the efforts of your administration and In spite of the made in Oklahoma by TRISIATE NEWS IN BRIEF The Hughas Campilen You quote from a speech made by Governor Hughes In which he ridi cules some of our antitrust Is this the same Governor Hughes who was counted as one of the allies who endeavored to defeat Taft j a of Joseph Zambino of Al as you Taft represented has ben hs broth the reformers of your party and hU er Italian merchant in Harrslvrg ae has been kidnaped from her home at The child Is speech Bryan among other that the steel with your expran purchased one of its largest rivals and thus obtained con trol of more than fifty per cent of the total He asks the president If he will insist that In permitting thii you showed less the monopo listic corporations than I do In oppos ing Mr Bryan says In nart IfERIBEST RUBBER opponents the reactionary element You are certainly aware the fact that in the statement nied by George then treasurer of the Re publican state two years after Hughes It ap pears that the following contributions were made to the campaign fund John Rockefel Andrew Charles John Several of these men are known to be officially connected with the Would the fact that these gentle men contributed to his campaign fund strengthen or weaken his testimony against the reasonableness of our anti trust remedy As you quote from Governor I tnfce It for granted that Taft has not expressed hmself In as satisfactory manner on the for you would naturally prefer quote from the presidential candi date wherever Not an Unbiased I might question your ability to act as an expert as to panic since you now have one on your but as your charge that no law defying corporation has reason to fear the effort of the antitrust remedies which I permit me to suggest that your testimony on this subject is not The trust magnates know their own Interests and they are supporting Judge Not one of the trust mag nates helped to secure my the railroad The child was last seen near a woods and although par ties searched all night no trace of the childhas been Wi though lack of water seriously Inter feres with the operation of the coke ovens In the Deckers Creek the Klftins Coal and Coke company was forced to up 307 ovens in order to the on to keep the ovens running Is being pump ed over a Forest fires are sweeping the Cheat mountains un Fires Surround an meadow fires are beyond th city limits in many West of the city hundreds of acres of wood and meadow are aflre and traveling rapidly toward Rocky a small village seven miles from the public square Scores of resident ara apparently in check the progress of the At Bed miles farmers are ighting meadow fires which threaten become Beyond ten miles east of still 3ther fires The coun about Cleveland is as dry as tin as there has been no rain here In over eight Tuberculosis Congress official opening of the sixth triennial session of the International Congress on Tu berculosis occurred at eleven oclock this morning In the new national where were assembled one of the most distinguished gatherings of HITS BACK AT BRYAN Defends His Record 1 as GOOD TRUSTSFOR TAFT But Bad OPS for Hs ktlSTS ANtiBAt Co Armour Tacking Cudahy Packing Morls each of whom was fined and the cases have now been carried to the supreme The Standard Oil case is still pending This record of actual achievement and it mere promises are empty You stats that the steel with my express purchased one of Its largest and thus ob tained control of over fifty per centvpf the total This action of the steel compiny which Increased Its share Of the total output by only about four per cent and in no way altered the standing of the company under the Asserts With Emphasis HARRIMAN KOENTRECALLED huenred by the fact oT theSe contrtu tlons having been Do you con sider such an Implication either straightforward or sincere No Premise Except Square In a letter to the chairman of my campaign committee on October 1004 I specifically approved the con ditions under which the national com mittee were accepting saying that their acceptance was to be the explicit understanding that they were given and received with no thought of any more obligation on thfl part ol the national committee or of the national administration than is Im plied In the statement that every man shall receive a square no mcra and no and that this I shall guar antee him In any event to the best These arethe Now for yont You have yourself furnished its YOU have Quoted the subscriptions furnished to GOT ernor Hughes giving reason to HUJ Declines Challenge to Publish Contributions Before Election Roosevelt baa made reply to your the absurdity of which has been exposed by Governor But there was no violation of the I was cognizant of the entire transac It was not entered into by the steel its own but solely at the urgent request of the cor poration purchased and of the big banks holding that corporations se Bily curltles in order to enable them to i your for you wellwhat tne hnvn hoa llpfin trust Governor attitude to under the new county ward corporations and I am obliged to j law Bay that this cannot be sincere on I wail tvhflt the i prevent a crash which would have T turned the panic of last fall Into the out his You quote the most widespread Quotes Newspaper tlon Harrlman to my although well that It did Bryans recent in which ho maintained that the Democratic party and platform were not a square deal In the that the presidents professions of Jalr treatment entitled them deals particularly with Bryans assertion administration has been neither sin cere nor effective in the prosecution ijwii You astt me to name a single offlnot interfere with any action taken by clal connected with a lawdefying cormeas against and ask has declared or would not affected the cam JMBTB thathe is supporting In a paign It Tnereoy youi Clare tnat nt Caches me at LrnlsBedan excellent reason ffor re fusing to meet your proposal tor you make It evident that to adopt proposal would give to every ma cared merely for partisan suceS while it Is a matter of common noto riety that they were conspicuous In the Republican and it Is a matter of common notoriety that they are supporting your party In there is another fact which raises a presumption in favor of ou party and against your I re to It in my former letter to you but you inadvertently overlooked It In your reply and the members of your called in for evi dently did not notice it I stated thit we had not knowingly received a dol lar from any official connected with a cornoration known as a and U niiuii HI lilt that any money so received would be launching of a new morn nnnn no wa ul ll men of science ever together in of foreign coun scientists of worldwide fame public the councils of this other and personal representatives of the sovereigns of every country have united m wage warfare against humanitys most dead ly Oethe white which alone Is the cause some deaths In this country each Paid A yenr or two ago the son of n prominent banker of Iowa with nil the brnshhcss nnd confidence A thicker coating than any other Rubber Roofing on the Noth Ing better regardless of cost GET OUR Needs no McHenryMlllhouse South FOR SALE BT LIVINGSTONS MOVER returned as soon as we received knowledge of the The Caffs of I now remind you that your con vention dellmrately veieffed v a vote of nne to the plank favorrg publicity ss to campaKU confrll1 Taft hna repudiated t1 action of the convention and relinked the members of the convention bv daring himself in favor of a pubVclv but he favors publicity of KMthe while pupllcty be fore Which do you re gard the better let the people know before the election what Influences are at work or to let them know after the Are you willing to say any public interest was served in 1904 by concealing until after the election the contributions made to the Republican campaign committee by Harrlman ami those others collected by Wm from ng paper ina town already well sup lied with It was understood by his friends that he young man in started his nterprlse on a hundred dollars advanced by her S6 It was with much fncotious aess thnt the youthful proprietor and editor wns approached from day to day by the nforcsnid So you call yourself nn editor cxclnlmod one of with affected contempt Of course I returned the brash young Im the whole thing on this And I dont owe a cent Sts Louis paper be same time that the papers contain ne this published letter of yours ar rive I find a statement from Judfte Henry S attorney for the Wa tersPierce Oil the western subsidiary or representative of the Standard Oil In which he an nounces that he is for Bryan and States thatWall street believes that Bryan will be In response to the question as to whether he could quote any of the Standard Oil mag nates as feeling that he an his Everybody continued that you got from your father to start the Surd said the proprietor and edl Bcriptlon the old mans sub for the Beacon is marked paid n hundred years ahead on m books COAL yous i who s the nae swered I did not say I sawanyot the officials of the Standard Oil com I am gving you what I found was the drift of opinion among well by precisely the argument you have now to create to more pur pose the false impression that you are now seeking to the I emphatically approve of the pub lication of campaign after the whether provided for by law or You have shown by thi letter of yours that If the contribu tions to campaign fund had beon mado public before election you and those act with you would have striven to give the false Impres sioh that Mr Hughes was unfit to be entrusted with the position of gov nVirtum JWT 28 Howard an Brie railroad was killed by an Pa 2S touryearold Rozlna Marino of South Sharon pulled a bowl ot hot soup Into her She four teenmonthsold child ot Harry Mont rose of Hahntown fell Into a bucket of water and was Downed in less than six Inches ot wat 28 The Meth odlst Protestant church to raise will collect a of pennies mile of coppers laid side by side make just the amount sept won by a majority of 139 in the tfon held throughout Warren county local option as the Rose i tud i Chesapeake nail works operation this morning after having been Idle since Two hundred men went back to Joseph died from burns re ceived last when a can ol f gasoline Her tenmonths old son was burned to death at the j mammoth new breaker ot the Lehlgh Coal and Navigation company in the Panther Creek valley began operations giving employment to about 800 men and cyrus young women have a i club with the express purpose of adoptlng the sheath It BBUJv the gowns have already been J TfB m posted as well as i guess Governor Haskell Is all They have not provedany thine on have they ernor and you have shown say that trust magnates ter if Harrimans know their own interests and are sup contrlbutidri the campaign fundr or Porting Judge So far as their Interests awsimply the Interests of community tad especially ticuiar n6t usefl of the I believe they national campaign at Uut In suDDort Judge So as they tne New York state campaign have roeclal Interests which to been made known before the electonl gcnelrer waB wiled at the Jho them more important than the general your supporters would have en workg at He 1 business welfare I believe they will deavored the fact of its having tQ top of t to oil support been madeas an insincere of the new elSctricaHerigeFVeg Contributions EIQht Years argument to show WM overpowered One of your the New no trU8tel to deal out exact York in February last printed j tlce to Mrt No and that the club members will apn pear in thorn as soon as they Pa Davis a traveling salesman front died at the burg hospital Ha was found atia yertnearConewangoby a fpr the Pennsylvania fallen His MY POLIOIBSl of Roosevelt combats this charge with emphasis and sets forth In detail what has been done under his direction toward curbing the ten dency of capital to centralize with a r list of contrlfcniions to your cam argument against your Proposition has that ou nnen Our prices delivered to all parts of Can sellia number of modern houses centrally the city are as follows Hard all Plttsburg Lump Plttsburg Lump tons or Ittsburg Lump 5 tons or more Lump and 5 tons or more Her Lump Her Lump 5 tons or If you want to sell yours list it at once 6 view to destroying The presidents letter says in part Points to His You say that your platform de clares in favor of vigorous enforce ment of the law against guilty trust magnates and officials and that the platform upon which Taft stands make no such It was not That platform approved the policies of this administration and promised to continue them and as I have only to compare your words with tbe deeds of the adminis tration and ot You merely promise in your platform that you in tend to do Jiut what this administra tion has actually done and Is Under this administration a mass of such cases have been In cluding the case against the Northern Securities against the teof against the Federal Salt com against the General Paper com against the Otis and other ele vator against the Amert against tna fundsof containing thp of ndividuala and cornorRtiirs owning silver mlnaa who made contri butions to the abrogate amount ot one of the contributions be Now Hl the great financial notBB fontrbuted to campaign fund would have preferred business to business adver other things being equal ftll the most farreaching they would rather have had the that which hides itself be mense profit that would have accrued tne nlagk 0 furious ice ana wao i from the Schelrer fell elgntyv feet to the etc yet been advanced than this that you have thus unconsciously In conclusion Roosevelt says I In radical reform and thB iuov6in6nt for sucli Toforni ye miccBBfiful only If it on tnG demagogue as it does on the corrup if tt shows as far re to them from tbe free coinage of fiftycent dollar than the smaller basest passions of No bet which would have accrued to of this type of cor merely from the general industrial ruptlon COuld found than case of You have uttered no word of con of as we thus have consciously Mahanoy 28 lieve the water famine In the towns of New Buck tain and Morea and to secure a clent supply to start up the which have been idle for over a the Mill Creek Cool company has a i movedfrom government by a mob as j foroe of working night and day from government by a borlng artesian towns of Llloydell and pander to the this which last prosperity of the I now come to what you have to say asl to and here yon own Yon Daavoruaiwi i week were saved from forest flre3mOyi hard are again flames have approached to short distance of houses in the available man is more Filer Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump and Nut shoveled tons or Filer Nut snier Nut All our Pittsburg coal comes from mines 12 and the cream of the Pittsburg Any orders booked now will be protected against can Tobacco powder against Carolina Chemical company the Virginia against some of them connected with big cor porations whom you to the num ber of contributed from to You Would the fact that these gentlemen contributed to his campaign fund strengthen or weaken his testimony against the rea sonableness of our antitrust remedy And lafer you continue by Are you willing to say that any public in terest was served in 1904 by ing until after the election the tributions made to the Repub lean campaign committee by Harrlman and those collected by him for others Are you willing to say that the pub lication before election of the contri butions then made would have had no effect on the election You then pro BURGLARS OUTFIT INJURES FOUR MEN Policemans Curiosity Sends Four to Hospital or Repairs officers were three ot them by the explosion of a dyna campaign was launched here j a monster mass attendejl W I Democrats from all parts ot Issues of the campaign were at great length by Juflson candidate for governor John candidate for secretary of i Timothy candidate for i general William dldate for and Davldl i A candidate Cor state John Democratic I foi vice was here and I at another big as did James B the Democratic asplrantVj police united States advance in Our terms 6 tons or cash with order or on Qrderu ot VttUJMHW the Standard Oil and others In a number of these cases tho overnment has already succeeded by injunctions Some of the cases are now any Important case against great law corporations has the govern ment suffered final Suits Against As regards suits to suppress rail way abuses Under the last Demo cratic there were no indictments against shippers for re ceiving rebates or secret Un der my there have been fortynine Indictments for secret re ivi iv resulting in ttoiV The other twentyseven cases are still faoATI BUOWUU pose to publish the names of contrlbu detonating cap left by burglars i ii nnj1 naif ltd trt fin tors before election and ask us to do the Hughes Above The amounts you mention as con tributed to Hughes are utterly in their hurried departure from the diamond champs store of Joseph Des at Seventh and Chestnut The burglars were fright li 1UU VOW W fj trivial compared to the amounts 1 ejjed r6m thelr at midday by have already mentioned as contributes o an alarm when ahey SS The question for In teotlw rt Rellly of vlio city MQffatt ol Cnmden and Sharp and Campbell from tlie Burglur Alarm companys offices Our 5 tons or more 60 P ton off if paid within 10 facilities for handjjng coal makes it possibleto give the best Our best pleased custom Broad tired wagons used ladriving over MlHer eighteen four cases have Ainon gthe railroads which Deen convicted we Chicago and CW Burlington and New Bock Island and Paciflo an4 the Mllwau and while scores of cases are still pending scainst other leading the shippers that have been American Sugar com vce the aggregate Bw uw ually iu saw Rldder Succeeds New I editor of the Zeltungo vice chnlirnan of the publicity bur of the Demociatlc national Commu has been appointed by National man Mack as tveasurer Qf the r committee to succeed Charles Haskell of has at whether Clark of when he1 contributed heavily to your campaign had a proper motive and whether your actions wr11 would not have been Influenced ly or improperly by that contribu tionand the same question applies to Hughes and to In the case of Hughes and myself the answer Is fortunately You have noth ing to do but examine our records and whether your actions would The burglars but left their dyna detonating Igniting teries and complete pn tbe floor where they had been at While all hands were examining the burglar tools Reserve Policeman Beau the to which were botli his ourlosity as to bow You either know or ought fhe igniyng bakery wprked by con known before writing that In not npotlng tn9 ppstive and negative Tbe cap at the end blowing one thing of auy sort or descrip tion for any on you the officers right tongue lon to hU furtd which ought not to have and which would not have bean done If no contribution had been Yet you clearly Imply that fee anjj to base and his teeth wre Peteotlvo were were tbe facea of loaning over Cow Gives Birth t Sept oil the farm of birth to trliilat heifers Wid It8 a pity when slcs etoniach or stimulate the That la all means i And of the Heart are i Restpray B grojnptly W actual falling VV Moffatts nose was lacerated and nif the face as who pile ot in close   

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