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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                A SBTABLIBHED PRICE 4 CENTS PEH POT BOILING BRYANS RECORD IS OVERHAULED Gorman Tariff Act ITS EFFECT ON FARM PRICES Declares Tremendous Slump In Selling Price of Corn and Other Products Was Directly Due to This In the Enactment of Which Bryan Took an Important Nominee Reaches Home Town of His Opponent This re mostly but In Instances riotatily on was the keynote of Candidate Tafts tan In none of them did he Forget to go after his Nebraska op He spoke to large enthu siastic The manner ot speech Taft de livered during the day may ha learned from the following extracts of re marks made at different places along the road and at Mitchell and Sioux The difficulty about hiy distinguished is that he Is engaged in trying to avoid his while the party and Its candidate are trying to stand by Its I invited my consideration to a number of s but I dont think that he dwelt with that Intense emphass of whch he Is capable condition the dlnn in fot with any de gree of nlEnlflCunre that wheit fhe Ihflieflce of tlipl great tariff meas ure down below 50 He drt not call attentionto the fact that corn was at 21 cents that oats was at 10 cents nor did he dwell on fact that pfter the Democratic under his hiil brought about such a condition of af fairs that In order to help us all out of difficulty he proposed a method by which we should repudiate half of our debts and in that way stagger back to I dont think he called your attention to the fact that within two years after the gold standard was adopted by the vote In 1890 everyone of the prophecies which be made as to whnt would happen unless you adopted free silver by the Campaign Fund Not So Bryan says lhat we rnay not ex pect anything from the Republican man Wilson tariff of which he was one of Lia lie CREMATION is Get the latest information by sending your address to PITTSBURGH 433 Sixth Call when In the City PAR1SCLOAK BOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles We are showing a complete line ofNew Fait and Winter costumes and evening also a very fine line of Garments and Neck Fur Coats in Pony Persian Lamb and Hudson jam WB EXTEND a cordial inyitation to the Ladies of Greenville to come and see our 708 State Street farmers were In when at the i part becailW R by the Topics Neglected by and that oon vi 1 Cfu t tne campaign If they tlon to the effect on the market prce do f flm Q advlge h t tfc of farmers products under campaign fund this year is not flatter Ing and that no campaign has been carried on more economically than this I want to call your attention the fact that whon the Republican party rises to brln aliout a trusted tpromlse It enforces that promise against any corporation as It has done n the administration ot Theodore Roosevelt and following the example of Theodore Roosevelt It will bo my pleasure and my duty to so far as the executive head ot the na tion and the Republican party can gather such to bring about an honest and thorough revision the onthe one hand protecting the Industries by the method of protection explained and on the other hand see Ing that measure Is not too greatly in the Interest of the Kern people of America will In my judgment demand the right to choose their serv ants free from official Influence and effort of a president who goes almost to the point of violence In Insisting that he be allowed to name his own John the vice presidential before a crowd that filled the big Academy of Music thus assailed Prudent Roosevelt for his participation In the national The he from belne a BRYAN JBgALLENGE Urges Poftliiljf of Campaign Gontflbutions Before Election WRITES ROOSEVELT Are Willing That All Capi tal Out of Their of Contrlbu 1 Malrfent to Let Voters Judge Between fwo Parties on This Up Masked inci dent Argument of Chief Rook a third letter to President given out William againchal lenges the Republican party to publish campaign contributions betor6 the elec tion and It the voters tojudgj upon to be tween the corpofUtona on the one hand and the people on the and there Is a very general Im pression that officials of those favor seeking corporations do nofc put up large sumsof money from purely pa triotic Mnvemeyer testi fied before a senate committee some years ago that the sugar trust made it a business to contribute to campaign funds and that It was its custom to give to the party in power In the People Hive Right to I do not mean to say that Hughes was Influenced by the contri butions made to him by the trust mag nates whose names were given in the afterelection 1 do not mean to say that you were Influenced bv th contributions collected by neither do I mean to spy that Tart will be Influenced by the con tributions that are being made to fund by the trust 1 o mean to say that the American pennle the motives and Influence that prompt I have a right to know what contrlbu them I ons being they may have lived in vain It your accusa The reflection upon the poops In volved In your charge that they would misuse the whcti would give Is unworthy of one vVir has been elevsted to so high an offlos the votes of the and T ven ture the aasertnn that you cannot pro cure from Taft ah Indorsement of LETTERS WERE STOLEN ARCHBOLD TELLS OFLETTERTHEFT and rhe obligation tlons have single upon those who says to his rec ord arid declares ithat it Is sufficient answer to the that he Is In sym pathy with or controlled by the Bryan In part I challenged you to name a trust official who Is supporting me and after searching the country you the vrW defense Is now before of one not a trust people ho dure not tell the people but a a trust Withi to whcmi he appeals that they have not out inquiring whether he votes for me because of or In spte of Itpr because ofhla fear of business you accept his statemrtit that he will vote for me as conclusive pioof that I am in league with the although you admit that trnstttpfflcals are sup porting the Republican Paul Norton While the trust ajtorriey to whom you refer Is of a I will warn his clientsthat If I am1 Aaeted I will not only vigorously enforce agslnBt all or the we hone tr have enacted In compliance with the but that will also enforce existing lawasgeJnst any and all who and tint I will enforce not aprsraodlcally and but persistently and conilstently will liot be suspend even for the protection of cabinet The trust sunportlng the Republican the Bble an The ox knowath Any attempt on the part of one oc cupying hgrh station to dictate a course of action to be pursued by the voters plfheIn convention or at the polls Is hateful toall selfrespect rival thus of the outnut of yee and Iron I will leave the American people to pass Judgment upon and com pare yotr nosltioh on the trust tlon wth You refer to your campaign fund In Ing American even If such ati 18flG and us of allowing two tempt Is covertly and adroitly said but when such at tempt Is made boldly and audaciously as a matter of claimed right on the part of the official It la so offensive to the spirit of our Institutions as to be regardsd as Intolerable by the great American Can sell ajjnumber of modern jfhouses centrally on Taft New In the election betting In Wall street went from to 1 on Taft to 6 to 2 and 3 to In the face of the order prohib iting any open betting on the curb all wagers to be modeunder fboth funds published are you men to contribute largely to the small fund with which the committee con ducted the Iam not sure about the because I have not seen an authentic statement of the but I was Informed that the larger of the two which you mention was not all contributed by the man to whom It was but In cluded contributions from others as well as that which he gave Chance to Exhibit Pair But If you want to be fair why do you not give the amount of the Repub lican campaign fund that year and the sources of It I am willing to have If Chanler money found In moder ate sums even If you want to sell yours list it at once GILLESPIE plank If you will the sugges 1 believe that a belief explana can be found in for do When To tat A Question Where To Is ot order or on 9 paid 1Q pur tor Handling njekes it posslblo to give tha best Our best Hurry and Worry are twin causes of many ail ments that affect the stomach and Keep the diges tion strong and the nerves steady by the timely use of BEECHAMS PILLS Sold In boxen anil GOAL Our prices delivered to all parts ot the city fu8 as follows Hard all sizes Plttsburg Jjump Plttsburg Lump 6 tons or more Plftsburg Lump 5 tons or more Plttsburg Lump and NutpB tons or more Filer Lump rescreened Flier Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump 5 tons or mor6 Filer Lump and Nut 6 tons or Filer Nut rescreeued Filer Nut shoveled All our Plttsburg coal comes from mines lgvand the cream of Any orders booked now will be protected against some of those who contributed to our fund of less than had a pecu niary interest In the result of the elec how will you explain the enor mous contributions made to the Repub lican fund Publicity as to campaign funds la not needed to make known which li disclosed by the but to direct attention to secret expressed or which would oth erwise lie concealed from the You certainly pay more attention to the mote than to the beam when you find fault our national campaign Und In 1896 and ignore the signifi cance of a fund almost as which at your request was collected from a few persons In 1904 and was used In one state and was only a small Item In the fund collected that You are the first conspicuous mem ber of yourparty to attempt an natlon of the partys opposition to pivb liclty before the and the fid mission which you make i will embar rass your party associates Your posi tion Is that the publication before elec tion of contributions made to your campaign fund would furnlfrh your po litical opponents an onportwnjty to give a false impression to the fit ness of the You cite as Il lustrations the contributions made to Governor Hughess campaign the contribution collected by Harrl man and the contributions which now being collected for Tafts cam paign You In that the people are so lacking In IntelH gence that thev might condemn as Im proper contributions which you de clare to be Reflection pn the If the voters differ from you on this question are they Ignorant and wrong Must niompers of the party organization act as ed guardians of the conceal from them what is going lest the people be misled as to the purpose and effect of large Is this your explanation of the potion of the Republican leaders lu the national con vention In Doting down a sense enough to form a just and cor oplnon as to the purpose leads parteR interested In special leg islation to bt Not Afraid of You fear that we would misrepre sent the those who are con tributlhi to the Remtbllcan fund and cast an unjust suspicion lipon Republican candidates if the names and amounts were mode known before the Your If would prevent after the fovhv shouW an unlust sus picion be rast upon officials after election anv more than before Don1 not thePececy the election In cratfe this We are efane clve you an onnoK tuntty to mlsrenresentthe o those who cve our campaign fnnil and to aroitpp nil suspicion vnn can we are to prove to the peo ple that we ape making a fleht for whole people and not for those who ibaye pnjoving privileges vors at the hands ofthe and we erpect that serl country wln rebuke to dprse anv of publicity and whoso cnndldntes not that the ple sbbuMyknow pots are what predatory have been activejn support of the Re publcan With great Yours truly William SHERMAN PLEADS CAUSE OF CANNON Urges Uncle Joes Constituents to Reeled Him to Congress Declares His Trasled Employ Looted Standard Oil Files fHIEVES WORKEfi AT LEISURE Intimates That Correspondence Wai Peddled About Town and That Hearst Purchased Some of other Portion Was Were Taken Away and Photographic Coplei He As That Published Let Have Been graphedT other pages Imlngfremoved iil The liooks In question the gobetareen returned after It Is Impossible to say how many were stolen and sold In this The thieves worked at their It Is not thought necessary to say more at present or to mention Corroboratton of the gobe tweens story of three yean ago hiy In his return of some of the ence at the JThe production of stolen letters by Hearst further corroboratlon among such a authenticity of their output Is not to he lightly The opportunities for pressing of distortion of pas sages are Durham to Qo ment is made here that Israel Dur former Insurance commissioner and Republican Is to be sent to the state senate to succeed John whose term expires In Scott has sent resignation Lieu tenant Governor He says Interests in this cityrequire his atten New new phaap of the discussion of the socalled Standard Oil made tha to succeed Scott In the He recently by William be R8 candldatefrom entered upon when John fh0 Second at a the vire president of the Standard j OH made a statement to the Associated Press setting forth details I city committee and his name placed on the state ticket for of the alleged theft of correspondence from his Former United States John Lowndes McLaurln of Tyrannical Shah at special dispatch from Teheran to the Lokal Anrelger says that the Imperial have fered defeat at Tabriz and as a con sequence the shah has decreed that parliament be opened on The troops stationed around the palace re fuse to The popula tion of Teheran utter Indiffer v Chariest Cilnes8 containing several head ff of stock and a large quantity ot was burned to the ground by i cendlarles In Mason Oalllpolla Night are Postmaster Edward fell dea4 from South Carolina also entered the field a signed statement declaring his atti tude in the matter of the correspond once between himself and Mr Arch Archbold said In response to many inquiries sas to the thett of lel ters from my fles following may be made Kfown Over three years ago a report reached me that certain of my letters had offered for sale to newspapers of avowedly as stolen Examination showed that some letters were missing and that they could only have been taken by someone only familiar with the office but highly The party on whom suspicion fell stoutly denied all A little how a man jepresentod himself as acting between the thief and those to whom the letters had been sold proposed to return some of the letters for a His story was that place was the scene of an unusual demon stration last night when four mem bers of one of whom Is the Republican vice presidential the Mea of the theft had been con Tames delivered addresses b W8 who had at one pleading with the voters of the Eight jn the companys eenth congressional district of Illinois that had inducei the to reelect to congress Speaker Joseph suspected to accom who has been their repre pijgh the theft sentative for thirtyfive j the goDetweens story Some time ago the bishops of the ne nao Of the or some Methodist Episcopal church united In an appeal to the voters In Can nons congressional district to defeat Chicago Grain the local exchange declined than 1 cent today owing to the heavy sell Jug preisure brought outmainly by a reeordbreaking increase in the available stocks of point at net Ion of to with the previous oats and ilohs alio were September MOM 78 Plttoburg Corn 3 yellow 16 I6tt Ohio New York full IS light market tidy f460 oontmon to good fat fresi common to to two men who purchased them on behnlf of Hearsts news papery the Not only had him for charging that he stolen been thus traded but the was lnduced to carry off one refused to let the Llttlefleld bill relat Ing to Interstate commerce In be reported out of committee for pas sage at the last session of The rally last night was devised to strengthen the speakers position In his Congress man Shermans which llvered to an immense audience arid then ropeatnd to a huge overflow was largely a eulogjof Spealter services in congress and an earnest pa for his Nicholas Longworth of President Roosevelts in his speech also asked the voters to slve their support to Cannon and declared would be a grave mistake to take him out of congress at this letter copying many of whoae be were Sheep and Supply light aad market Prime good Wr culls and spring veal heavy and Receipts 20 double market extremely dull and Prime oholoe beet heavy fair to choice heavy geod light grassers all 6 Absoluf PURE BAKING small quantity ot bromine ran Into the cauulng the exploelon ojily baking Qrapq Cream With the selection of the maids who will assist In the monument erected in memory oC the Confederate dead at Beverly today the program has been The ten In will assist daughter of Colonel Alfred Jackson and a relative of Stonewall Frank assistant In the chemical department of the Ohio was seriously burned while working In the chemical was making a quantity of a stopcock in a flask containing alcohol became loosened and   

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