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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                BSTAB PAi gAt OCTOBSft PRICE 2 CENTS PER vUlflr CllU I tpecial pulled into the Union station DECLARES TAFT fttjly to that wbeis theTtft tpecial pulled into the Union station town had on a bright red The streets ware profuse ly Illuminated and had not been so durng the ffla language particularly on ttoe labor has been decidedly vigorous and Thia thing Of Gompers having he tnbor vote In his power and la boring men believing the lies he tella Republican Nominee Uses Vig orous Ms in West SAYS HE IS FRIEND OF LABOR L Taft delivered thi principal 80 Thin Who Never Put flpMch Qf I Law Ip Labors Behalf on Statute ranged widely over the various Issues densely populated since the Demo cratic convention The candidate at made a part of the in an autOMo blle had the place oil honor In the parade and bowed his acknowledg ment to shouts and plaudits along the line of which toe streets and ended whose entire seat tog capacity had been throfen Taft Addresses Large Audience In Denver and Thetf Starts For Where He Is Campaign Ing Root Visits New York Hsadquarters and Has Conference With the Denver in which William nominated for the Taft addressed a tremendous setting reasons and ar jtuments why the Nebraskan should not be Tafts entry into Denver was under inspiring political His stay of three was as every preliminary to the j hi utront rmradfl and Its attending of the He paid his respects to Bryan many Uhies and re ceJved encouragement from the audi ence in so One new feature of his address was In handling the subject of the beet sugrfr Is something that I complain Laboring Men ought to look at the record and dee which party hiu dono things In their If you will ex amine the legislative record you will find not a line In the federal statute booke thai was put there by the Dem ocratic Not a tine was put there by Bryan when he was twice a member of congress In Orover Clevelands nor did he attempt to have any passed Gompers attacks me on the ground that I am an enemy Of I was a judge on the bench and 1 de cided the cases that came before me as the law and evidence and I am not making apology for a single them Maid down the principles defining the rights of which he took as an Illustration of j J said that they had a rght to organ Democratic proposals toward tha they had a right to elect Beet he was a trustmade The Democrats proposed to put all such articles on tte free list just to punteh the This he not only punish the but would also pun ish innocent farmers and pro ducers as v Speaks Harshly of Taft said many things In the officers that they had a right to ac cumulate funds by which they might strike that no Injunction could issue to prevent their but that they not Injure the property of their employer and that they might not institute a secondary These very decisions are now relied on by organized labor to maintain their rights In Objects to Wind I appeal to the Intel PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Qf 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 Lamb and Hudson W IE EXTEND a cordial inyitation to the Ladies of Greenville to come and see our liner 708 State Street MhLCONSMALP NOW IN DEMAND Democrats Attack Him Because WMATHER h Virginia Fair Saturday and Western Pennsylvania and Ohio Fair and wartritr Saturday and Sun day shifting to llffht eait to Replies to be fore the German Bryan club of Lin coin Wllllatn Bryan answered the inr iftriirliiAlinTitTifi rmryncrltlclBm8 whlch had been RE LOOKING IIPTlffl FRIEND sffl In public life was not sufficient to William Member of Republican Ixecutive It li Will Next Tirgut KOI bemoeratle Bryan Ad dreaiei Club of Germans at and Artawers Criticisms of denounces Cleveland Letter Forgery at New the of National Chairman Mack on qualify him for the Bryati asked his this newborn zeal for experience He cited Abraham General Benjamin Harrison and McKlhley as having no particular pub lic eiperlence previous to their nomi As for Governpr who he said had laid special emphasis on fafts experience and qualifica he declared he had ihad but two years experience governor of the stale ot New and yet he thought the corporation affiliations of George three that he waa as wen treasurer of the Republl qua1tflej for the presidency as can national It was learned that the Democratic national commit tee is preparing to asaall the corpora tion connections ot Wlllatn Nelson member of the advisory committee of thd Republican national of the Re appeal to me miei u If iu llgnnt and Independent worklngmen of advisory It Is un this country to look Into the facts and the law and If they can find there that I am an enemy of labor to vote against But what I complain of is this i wind jamming and misrepresentation of a man who claims control of labor In order to defeat a man who Is In favor of c New It was ported here Secretary of State EHhu Root had visited Republican na tional headquarters here and made In quiries regarding the working of the various departmentsunder the na tional committee a flutter of excite ment was caused in political The report went forth that Secretary Root had been sent by RooieveU because the president was with the manner In which tho campaign was being Secretary Root was credited with hav ing returned to Washington and them expressed the conclusion that National j Treasurer Sheldon to blame for the lagging in the he hav ing left to Chairman Hitchcock much of the business that should have been disposed of by the treasurers depart After discussing a number of Issues he said The Republican argument that we hear so much of now Is that Demo cratic success will destroy How can the Republicans threaten us with a panic when a panic un der the present president and Is still upon us In some respects it Is the most acute panic that we have ever bad and there was lest In natural con ditions to Justify That this panic NtWa BRIEF after William Nusbaum of McComb re turned from prayer meeting she fetl over posted by the Lima looomotle works is quest the return to work of Old em ployes numbering the seventeenth county to vote under the Rose county option has joined tha dry banishing fifteen Cleveland And PIttsburg Window unions have failed to reach an agree1 ment In regard to the enforcing of a general rate of j There Is i WEST VIRGINIA FUSS STILL ON Nomination of Glasscock STATE COMMITTEE BOASTED In Statement Issued by Executive Com mlttee It Is Said That In Order to Save the State For Tart an nothing to do I cant get a Job 1 am i For the Time 6k 3erved Thlt Hostilities Will Be Was Choice of Rank and File of the the Statement going to hang said Max age nn unemployed father of six His dead body Was found by a registration GEORGE are also being Investigated and representatives of the Democratic committee carefully inquiring into No confirmation of the reported pur financial records of the Republl pose of Secretary Rootn visit to nv can trmsl could be that Secretary Root was In this city Widneidav arrl that he n lied upon Chairman Mack made following For Chapped ment corporation affilia pf George treasurer of the Republican national for the last ten years make Interesting Chapped skin whether on the hands reading In view of the recent develop or face may be cured in one night by applying Chamberlains It is also unequaled sore burns and For sale by meats in the Most of the corporations with which Sheldon is Identified are capital zed for HOW much of their still continues can bo proved In by a number of men out of to work who are not able to find work to After quoting statistics showing how the savings deposits have decreased and that sales of food products have declined as a result of the Bryan said To show how the trusts escape from the evils that afflict others I call tention to the fact that a recent Issue of the Waal Street Journal shows that the International Harvester company made larger net profits last year than In any preceding year the dl pf the International Harvester company are largely the same as the directors of the steel Republicans Should Give ft the Republicans charge that Democratic success will bring a panic they ought to jglve bond that Republi can success will bring And who can furnish security Every panic we have had came undpr a high the panic o 1893 came a year before the the panTcof came under a ao high that Republican platfori pledges the party unequivocally to vise It and Tip says that the revision will be Publica tion1 and use by the Republican paln managers as a campaign docu ment of the letter attributed to authr here fell below that of 1904 for the first day by more than The total was compared with tn The eighth In which Judge Taft was 230 behind the regis tration of The creditors of the Manhattan Hotel of which George the theatrical was at the again closed up the hotel after several weeks trial under bhe management of a The property will be age is dead from lock law following The physi cian declares that the vaccination it self had nothing to do with the look but that In some manner or other tetanus germs entered the Jumping from the of a moving train at Wade a negro who was being brought from Falrchance to Jail In escaped from Constable was recaptured and seemed none the worse for hit John a fanner riildrag near was brought in dying condi A Home 53 Mercer Street The Qillespie 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 BUSINESS DIRECTORY GREENVILLE TAILORING A REAL TAILOR BISHOP stock IB of the liquid variety can be ship of the late Graver Cleveland easily Yet Boose velt defended him aid his resigna tion was not demanded when Du pont was invited to step down and Dupoht identified only with one while Sheldon is at the present time Intimately Identified with no leas than seventeen promi nent financial Sheldons Labor One of the Bethlehem Steel does not employ union labor and has opposed the organliatlon of Its employes for the last sixteen Sheldon IB a director of that com He la also treaaurer and dl Tailoring In all Its Alter rector of North American com Pressing and Clean Corner Main and Mercer When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable CITY RESTAURANT Of SMITHS CAFE Best Things to Bat served In the best Is making a reputation for Try ua If not a The place to eat Is at SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Solicits transient and local wellcooked moderate MEAT Plum corner Erie aims to furnish tho finest quality of capitaliied for a con cern known as the myatery of Wall It Is but a few years back since he was prominently Identified with theWhisky A glance at his connections with various companies for the last ten years will explain tersely the reason of his present posi No further comment of mine Is The corporations named by Mack Include Industrial and flnarolal concerns here and Chairman Hitchcock of the Republi can national committee was shown Chairman Macks attack on Treasurer Sheldon but declined to make any Sheldon said the statement did not contain anything to which he de sired tqjnrjkq a x which contained a strong Indorsement of the Republican candidate for dent was the a speech rv John Democratic candidnfe for vice before a large audi ence In tihe Jefferson He declared such use of the documflnt to be an Infamous attempt to place a vile stigma upon the name of departed ROOSEVELT NAMED TO SUCCEED TAFT Lonjworth Nominates FalterIn Law for President in 1916 MILK DEPOT FURS FURS We have a large stock of Ewrs in Neck Order and When you buy your milk of 21 North Mercer you get the best and PHOTOGRAPHER Listen All work gotten out oil Why Because Itis on Artura Iris and the most exquisite of all photographic pro Webers 11 Canal LIVERY When you ride lit a rig from McCLURE8 South Water you are fipt ashamed of tho horse the Good service at all old reliables motto is Not the cheapest prices bent goods at the lowest market Our reputa for 22 Knuf BARBER CUNNINGHAM a Bad Blood shows itself in a muddy comv blurred Eye loss of and gen eral Bad blood is impoverished poor and thin to nourishment to the fleshYnerves and vital their beneficial action on the system will purify the blood and upbuild the bodily and mental Beechams Pills begin aright by corrupting the digestipn and establishing regularity of the They increase the health making ejementl t wch the blood and give tone and m blood as they Roosevelt for president again efght years from was the declaration of the presidents Con gressman In a he made on the grounds of the TrlStute exposition to a large audience that cheered thoseutimenl again and Longworths statement was made during the course of a eulogy and defense of the presidents adm1n He first proposed that the Republican leader for next eight years be William Howard who if as the speaker declared he was conifldent he would be returned to that office for a second Following Taft as se riously declared Theo dore Roosevelt should be returned to the chair for the next eight The speaker then sharply attacked Bryans political charging him with die theft of Roosevelts lik ening him to the fabled which masqueraded In the lions Longworth asserted that Bryan would be defeated for the presidency at the polls In November tlhe result of the statements Issued from the White House by President He urged his hearers to rise up and alii Jn defeating the Democratic Jeader and save the country fron reck lessly radical and Socialistic Idoas promulgated by Senator Knox Heturns From New States Senator Philander Knox of Pennsyl who has been in Europe on a two months was a passenger on the steamer Csdrto which has reached from Wyejrnopl and Loulston was by two rob whom he The authori ties of made two arrests and brought tho parties where they were lodged In jolt for Out of the ordi nary and with of the roman tic was the marriage of Sherman Dils and Mias Qaynell Davis of Parkers Arriving here In an they procured the ring and preach er and proceeded on their Bowl Ing along in the machine the knot was tied by the An of the Republican state commit tee has arranged for of na tional reputation to stump thU Vice President IttrbanlM and Leslie Shaw will make several Representative Long worth and Sena tor Burrows of Michigan will address a meeting in PitUburg The threat ened strike of the Laokawanna switch men has been After two of conferences was announced by Genera Superintendent Clarke that the dlacbarged Flynn and will be reinstated on conditions Imposed by the company and considered fair by the Official an nouncement waa here that a na tional convention has been to be held in the Second United Pres byterian 2 and 3 for the purpose of organizing a national Lords day alliance of the United States It Is proposed that the alliance shall be organized along the same Hues as the Lords day alliance of which is said to be doing effective work In the preservation of the All religious la bor organizations and other organiza tions Interested are Invited to send representatives to the A f statement Issued last night the execU tlve committee of the Lincoln Republl can party of West Virginia attacks the manner of the nomination of Wllltani Glasscock for The utato ment gives the history of the party and Us stating that It started with the majority of the legally elect ed delegates to the state f many of whom had been deprived of their seats by what ia now acknowl edged to have been an outrageous usurpation of power by a corrupt ma jority of the Republican state com mittee controlled by certain arrbgant t political The statement further saya that tiheae men were forced to assume the name of the Lincoln Republican party by reason of tht fact that the party f machinery was in the hands o those I guilty of It states further t that a large majority of the voters t Of West Virginia firmly believe Arnold Soherr was ia reality rightful nominee of the Republican l party andthat tha executive tee of the Lincoln Republican party the that It him heretofore concerning the offensive of Uie norojnation ot Vr5 at states further that 1 Jj the for the withdrawal of the Lincoln ticket waa the fact that paramount duty of Republicans at this f J hour Is the election ot and Sherman and a Republican and that the general political outlook makes It prudent on the part of the committee to discontinue for thrf pres1 ent any further organized efforts y correct the of the power by corrupt and reckless madority ot the V Chicago of export demand here and at northwestern grain centers caused a In wheat prices on the local exchange final quo tations shewing net losses of to Corn and oats also closed but provisions were Oc tober options closed 75V4 Light Registration In one fourth of the normal number of voters registered here on the day for The number registered was which Is about less than on the first day last AUTO RACE COSTS Offiepr Killed Car Driven by Beach Race In front of the stand where persons were t watching the twentyfour hour automo bile race a special car employed by the Motor Racing was run down by one of the racers and so seriously that It Fickert WKB struck by one of American which at the time was being by Robert Cars 6 and 4 were racing down along the home stretch when Fickert attempted track to the paddock Jt Im possible for Robertson to jkeep from hitting the Flokert was tossexl V twenty feet and fell to the ground un Robertson ttia brakes jk his auto and brought the machine to a stop so suddenly that car 4 crashed Into his The headlights of 4 were smashed r The accident occurred under tho glare of several big arc lights and there was not a perraon in the big grand stand who did not see all that took It was first believed ert had been killed The un conscious man was taken to the field where It was found that he still had a spark of life in Wa Fickert received a compound fracture of both legs his hip bones were brok en and he Sustained internal He was removed to the Coney Island where Prentice he could not Possum Cause of His Tenn JJleven yearold Thomas son of a Mississippi died in the ambu lance en route to the hospital from the special train which brought him He fell out of an apple tree when trying to catch a possum and brokehls PROTECT YOUR LUNGS II every cough you catch settles on your you have weak Dont let tho cough hang A hangon dangerout to ttrong to to weak Get rid of it in tha beginning with Pisos It acts promptly and effectively i allays the reduce the frees the throat of the dogged sir passages and stops the For nearly half a century the unsurpassed remedy for the wont forms of colds and chest complaints has been PISOS CURE JFi YOU may not fully approve of CREMATION T keep up to the   

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