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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                i GREENVILLE PRICE 2 CENTS PER FROM TEDDY COMMONER HAS THEUOTORD President Declines to Reply to Latest Communication NO STUMPING CONTEMPLATE But Chlsf Executive Change His Says If Exigencies of Campaign Seem to Require partment of Just Joe Issues State ment Showing Enforcement of Anti Trust Laws Under the Roosevelt Ad Query of Josephus Quickly Prealdsnt Roosevelt will not reply to the latest letter of William given out by him at Rock Secretary Loeb Stated today that the presldsnt felt as ftians let ted was simply an attack updi him personally there was no reason he should answer Secretary Loeb made the statement that President Rooseveit had no Inten tion at present of making a speaking In behalf of the Republican candi date for the Many Invita tions had been received by Loeb but Roose velt never has stated that he would take the When asked If the situation took such a turn that the president might consider that mak ing a speaking tour would materially aid the Republican the presi dent In that event would take the i three indictments under President Hnr Loeb replied that he might j rlsons admnlsfraMon from 1889 to i four hills In two rtformn chi the CemocraUc press cbnim has mads public a letter wrttBti to Bonaparte st the jnatflire of the Democratic na tipflai committee asking the attorney general how many of the 387 socalled trusts of the country have been pro ceeded against In the courts by the federal government and how many more expects to depart ment of justice has Issued a revised statement giving In form summaries of the record to date of all criminal cases Instituted by the United under the Sherman antitrust of July and the act to regulate commerce approved mTTas Elklns stntement Rives the following summaries of cases iinrlef tlie trust lows Four bills n ecuity and STORKlUSON THE CASTAWAYS Baby Bom k Irlstmas Island Alter Shipwreck V MOTHER mi TAKEN CARE OF or might not do PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles We are showing a complete line of New Fall and Winter costumes and evening also a very fine line of Garments and Neck Fur Coats in Pony Persian and Hudson WE EXTEND a cordial inyitation to the Ladies of Greenville to come and see our 7O8 State Street A Home 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property now owned by Newell is offered for sale at a property sold for above amount last year and is worth This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniences and centrally Make us an Offer GILLESPIE tlons and two Indictments tinderPresi dent Clevelands second ndtrlnlstraton from 1893 to three bills in emitv under PreMdent McTflnleys taflon froni 1897 oehteon bits In Rfiiltv Vnd one fr htnre n cvll anH twetitvflve orimnal two proneedlnes n rrmtenmf In rrlnir Inal cnsps under Roosevelt Wife of Chaplain United States Passenger on Irltlih Ship Birth to Baby Folio wtne Catting Away of That Vessel on Christmas Ships Company Rescued and Arrive1 at FIJI Islands After Many Hard ships and FIJI Tfce cast aways from the British steamer who nearly two months on Christmas an almost barren formation the have arrived here On the steamer Ma niika of the CanadianAustralian all well Increased by one In num A daughter born to the wife of Chaplain United tiates twnntyfohr hours before the Manuka was and Mils with the nrrlyal of the made the occasion of much re Tim Manuka Christmas Is land 23 hundred bags m9ll were transferred to the steamer admliiitratloh from to during and the passengers The dnes Inrinsed In these cases and crew of Aeon were taken amounted to aboard the next The Aeon leff San Francisco on July 6 for Auckland by way of Apia and was carried oh ttie coral Island by the strong currents seltns The steamer broke but the malls were saved and a large quantity pf The refugees suffered few but found themselves amid remnants of four indlcatr Ing the danger of the reefs and Besides the officers and the Aeon carried Patrick and her children and the wife of Lieutenant tTnlted States Rude shelters were but later quite an artistic was erected for and her nurse out of lumber and the cabin fittings of the HASKELL GETS PUBLICATION AFTER ELECTION Tinly Oct Manly was completely exonerated In the report o the house by the com mlttee appointed by the lorver house of the speoal session of the legislature to Investigate charges mad against the governor by Represent ative who charged that tho governor hnd tried to Influence his vote In favor of the county option bill by offering him a News Print Paper at New public auc tion here of ten carloads of hews print paper from the Cheboygan mill eight carloads were awarded to the Chicago Journal at per 100 one carlond to New Jersey Preie at and one carload to Wheeling Register at Girl Hangs Herself With Dog age committed sui cide at her home under peculiar cir She went to the yard securing a dog hanged A younger sister found her before she was but was unable to break chain or release her and she died be fore help could be wKo desire to contribute to tSe legitimate purposes of the campaign fWm so contributing by exposing them w bitter diatribes of unfair at tacks or slanderous condemnation of partisans In an electoral After the election is over and the 5ltuM8 and contributions are published the temptation to sent the motives of the donors wilt largely be and the public may then arrive at a just conclusion with respect to the Talks t6 Big the southeastern and southern portions of Iowa all day In an ordinary William Bryan last night concluded n Ws whirlwind speaWng tour of more Motives of Large Contrlbu than three weeks at this where tors to Republican War Chest Would a Taft Indorses Roosevelts Stand on Campaign Funds SPEAKS IN BRYANS HOME CITY THISUrt NcWa IN BKIEF a young Is dead at the city hospital from He stepped on a rusty Mary an aged resident of this was run down by an interurban car and died from Socialist candidate for ad dressed an enthusiastic meeting of persons In Casino rink last Whyde and George age thirteen and fourteen were sen tenced to the Lancaster farm for horse Canadlsn Pacific Strike strike of Canadian Pacific railroad mechan which started has been declared The strike Involved about The terms of set tlement not yer baen HASKELL AGAIN ATTACppOSEVELT Accuses Him ol Granting Fran chise to Oil Company an open letter to President made public here Governor Charles former treasurer of the crew In abundance by ot thejDemocratld national Among the stores were fresh and the men Gettys burg battlefield memorial commission the use of clubs In the A supply of fresh water was found at a depth of seven feet according to the under the circumstances selection of the de they fared well a V The united States supply ship So which has been In attendance on torpedo boat destroyer has also arrived having sailed from Pago Samosn She will return to that port on Saturday with Patrick and her family and The Solace was under orders to proceed to Christmas Island to pick up the Aeons passengers and but this work of rescue was antici pated by the sign for the states monument at Get tysburg until Stuart has granted a bearing to a com mittee of residents of Gettysburg on the proposition to hold a celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Oalll polls and Gallla county had voted dry oy majority Charles president of the county antisaloon fought a bloody flght with John a local over the Parker stabbed North sev eral times and North may Parker was William 1 Oatman appeared In juvenile court with a fiveyearold girl which she had found In the tflll weeds her The little one s the daughter of Joseph who deserted his wife several days The mother has JOHNSTOWN FLOOD REPEATED IN INDIA Thousands of Natives Ow wlielmed and Drowned makes the direct chnrge that before Oklahoma become a state Presi dent through the Interior at the solicitation of ator granted a franchise to the anid Gas company through the and that Imme Be Misconstrued and Would Afford Political Capital to the Enemy Pub licity After He Is That Required by Law Contribu tors Entitled to Protection From Accepting the Phalleuga of William right in the home city of the William Taft not only Indorsed President Roosevelts position the question of the publicity of campaign tout defended it with ar to establish that position as sound from the standpoint of public good that the Bryan s simply for preelection Taft made eleven speeches In Nebraska before reaching Lincoln and lye speeches In last His audiences throughout ware large and enthusiastic and bis reception in Lin coln was particularly gratifying to him by the enthusiasm and friend liness exhibited by the immense crowds which greeted him at all Ex cursion trains came to Lincoln from many places in the state during the day and the city was alive with marching clubs and general campaign exhilaration and Bryans What Taft said on publicity fol lows Bryan challenges me to take the same position Presdent Roose velt takes with reference to jhe time when publicity should be madeof canfi paliHi contributions and I I take exactly the same po sition that the president I have always been favor of a law which willrequire publicity qf bothcorttrlbu and expenditures Immediately campaign He says but postpones the publication of I have said that you were expenditures until after that I slble for granting a franchise confess I sen no reason If con thereby creating are to be published before Yon seek toevade the Issue expenditures should not also and create wrong Impressions You be I think that the charac also abandoned the It was to the childrens AN UNSURPASSED REMEDY I Puoi CUIB it an uniurnaned I raedy for I lung It goes direct to 1 the Kill of the trouble and generally I hraiihy iVIoihen can give their children Pups Cure with perfect confidence in iticurariw rxmen and freedom from Famous for half a At all 25 COAL When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not CITY RESTAURANT Of TTTttTT FURS FURS a large stock of Furs in Neck pieces n4 also Skms for Qjrders Furs r j iggj5t ajjd Our prices delivered to all parts of the city are as follows Hard all sizes Plttsburg Lump rescreened Plttsburg Lump 5 tons or more Lump 6 tons or more Plttsburg Lump and 5 tons or more Filer Lump Filer Lump 5 tons or inpre Filer Lump 5 tons more Filer Lump and Nut 6 or Filer Nut rescreened Filer Nut shoveled All our PittBburg coal comes from mines 12 and the cream of the Pittsburg Any orders pow will be protected against advance In Our terms 5 tons or cash with order or on Orders ot oflp or more QO 6 cents per tra off paid wjthln it ow for handling coal It to give the best Our beat cuatpm In i ca tastrophe overwhelmed Hydera the capital of the Nizams domin and left In its trail thousands of was one of the most and roost appalling of many visitations In In the Nizams dominions are many tanks or largest of I which communicates with the river i The rains caused the lakes to j overflow Into the which In turn j burst Its j A flood of water sixty feet high swept down upon the carrying everything before it and completely devastating severaf aunrters of the Thousands of tons of water crashed In a dense mass against tho burying under the ruins the natives to a number that cannot be When the flood subsided a vast quag mire of black out of which arises a poisonous marked the spot where thousands of persons Bands of natives are now searching this pool for the bodies of their rela tives and scenes are Many of the bodiafc have been recov ered and all of thenr are badly man Many more are buried In the de brlp of masonry and twisted Tho flood actually wiped out a district a mile long and a half a mile WEATHER West and cooler on Thursday Western cloudy and cooler Thursday fair fresh to brisk to northwest winds and cooler Thursday fair fresh to brlak to northwest Yon wouM have yourj of a publicity In w readers beleve that Indian is to prevent the use for was then conducting its own ROvern1 nrllerv and othpr improper nurposos ment and that only parts of the same i In and to oinble law offl were Indian oers of the Tvernment and the pulil In the office of the Interior depart o determine the contrlbu ment the records will speak as hr twepp I say that you i j cv lift vou did o rienew ons made properly expended fnr The requlrment thnt the nnmes and amounts Of a big open air meeting was No greater demonstrations have been ac corded Bryan anywhere than In Iowa from tbe moment he entered ths state until hejleft When he took a late train foLincoln he had deliv ered during the day fifteen speeches to Immense crowds that manifested the greatest Interest In what he had to In all of theae talks he devoted himself principally to a discussion ol the platformsof the two parties with special to publicity of cam paign election of semi tors by direct vote and the He was unsparing In bli en the preildent and Taft and once again declared that the president had degraded the high office holds br participating Id the campaign of leaving Taft and himself tofliht It out for Taft tbe Oem ocratlc candidate heaped upon the severeat adverse among pther of borrowing his ideas from the Democrats and other sources and originating Makes Charge of s to a big crowd at Oaka Bryan after discussing pub licity of campaign contrlbuilons the election of senators by direct vote of the Invited his hearers to notice the that Tatt did dfny that they accept contribution from the protected TOe does not deny my said the simply says that it the interests do contribute that thefund is not flattering this But whit does a natter fund He and the public might differ as to how much it will take io Tnake a flattering Heia not that the public shall how much of a fund his party from whom it Why doesnt he tell you Is he afraid that you notvpte the Republican ticket if you know where the campaign fund comiM from If means that you will be sorry you voted the ticket when you flnd out how much of a fund they have and where It comes Is this political honesty do rank snd We of the Republican party think of the Republican fades who conceal the amountand of the campaign fund and refuse to al low their campaign methods to be known Mayor Buiie Sues for Charles an independent candidate for congress in the Plrit district1 Chi thn nubile the prosecuting offlcprs i Ilbel on complaint of Fred of tho government to judge whether mayor of siibsooiient offloicl action has been tmI McCormick Is accusfd of hav the sum of In rash nffeMed n favor of the con Ing published a pamphlet attacking the added toyoircampaen I i What Is alleged to be an I nhallense to publish the ords of the Interior department on President Roosevelt know The chief objection to the publlca helly by n ard Ol men sinrordns to Hsrrl subject of this franch and ipark This can all be ncoompllshed by publi1 oerpt from the pamphlet la quoted In cation after the as tollows Motives Would Be tlon is that it makes certain that In the heat of the controversy the mo tives of those who contribute to pay the legitimate expenses of the cam paign will be perverted and The candidates In whose behalf the are Mr you must not i tion of contributions before tlie elec jrrabe the records nor surppress anv of publc shall know thn j It mny have been sufficient four vfiprs sgo for you to wipe1 out tho truthful ftstrnipnt made by Judse Far Ver by railing him a thnt was four years ago and your ronj troversy now swith nman who will not accept a bluff In exchange for n nwpt in full Any char nrtor of slatenient you make that T hove Hnytmo during my entire HfB hnd nnv connenton withthe ftandnrrl Ol company or any of Its subcornnnnles I am fo refute and sliow that such statement Is a that Mayor Fred high priest and chief worker of the Republican is a moral By this and other statements print ed in the pamphlet It is alleged in the Indictment that McCormlck will ingly and feloniously did Intend to Im peach the virtue WiL oharfl n a most and reputation of Chicagos chief ex way as being completely under the con tro of those wko make the contribu It Is entirely natural and proper All Work Wallace Optical Would Shield the New of railroad representing hun dreds of millions in met at the WaldorfAstoria hotel to form an organizationto the at tacks on railroads from legislative and other As showing the Im portance of the meeting it was point ed out that five alone of the concerns represented are capitalized at more than In the AB a direct consequence of Ihe general attacks which have been made on rpil roads It was stated that some of tho manufacturing railroad material hove suffered lossos amounting to 75 per The steel rail Interests have been especially hardhit during the past It was brought and the generalrailroad supply business has been American Vessel Wrecked on San Francisco mer chants1 exchange Jjas received a cable dispatch front stating that thB Uplted States steamer Tarlack was caught in a gale on and driven ashore on Boi onsen one o tha Samoon K la thought the vea ael will tie a that men who are able to contribute and who are deeply interested froni patriotic motives nnd from desire to continue the general prosperity should contribute to the party whose administration of governmental af fairs is likely to be In accordanco with their views of proper ta not todiscourage age complained to the county Infirmary officials that his chll dren hnd turned him out of a home after he had recently sold his property In North Dayton to the Smlthvallu com pany for and divided the money among his Qour Rider   

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