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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                OCTQBfiti ii t if Ptttdfe 4 CBMTS MESA HAND Loulstllle Efc Makes an At tack Upon Booseyelt tor vliie Among Wpit lefsonsays The office of president of Unit ed States la eo edited In the popular so hedgedabout by tradl deriving its weight and dignity from not weakened In Its holdvupon the of nJen by Jack son and Lincoln chief magistrates sprung directly fromthe commonalty an Insult Id he person of Its occupant general and just re MMiiHfeiitM iu HAI IVH i We want to treat the COUGHED IMPOLITE UN6UAOE jage and Theodore Roosevelt with per sonal But In of t 6f Charges That Roosevelt Was Political Protege of Matthew Stanley vWho Made Assistant Secretary of Navy and Had Him Noml rtaUd Per Vice Grtat Reepeet For PrealdentS Pri vate Character But Intlnvatea That He Throw 80 Many terson haa Watched the Roosevelt Bryan controversy with so much inter est that he haa found it Impossible to keep out of the mliwip and has In He charges that Matthew Stanley Quay was Roose velts closest friend that Quay made Roosevelt assistant secretary of the life he who Invokes civility must prac tice It he who would command spect must respect ReSdi Prealdent a This natfbnal Is as yon would have an of men orof It IS an affair of nonet fcome of It but atl U and led by Alflrch and his steering committee In the by Cannon and his rules comroltltee In the and every where arfayed behind you In a cam paign Would make your own What are a few delin quents here and there against a whole flock of Republican black fol lowing the tinkle of the tariff bell and still grazing In trust pastures succu lent with subsidy and otherwise rich with predatory opportunities i Many dear suppose you should take to yourself mentum ad homlnem you are applying to where would you stand Is it not true that you were upon terms of Intimate friendship with the lain Matthew Stanley QUay that you owed tohls Insistence your appointment as assistant secretary of the navy even VI Ul JM systemsand boots to the presl It how righteous you are afad what and how can you reconcile this have been your good Intentions after relationship you have gone out of office With all your power and all your exertions you could have done nothing except for the disinterestedand patriotic support you received from the Democrats of Conceding that Judge Taft la as rightepus as you are and as well can you transmit even such power as you haVe had to him ajid assure country against theen PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles V v We are showing a complete line of New Fall and Winter costumes and evening also a very firielihe of Garments and Neck Fur Coats in Pony Persian Lamb and Hudson W IE EXTEND a to the Ladies of Greenville to come and see our 7O8 State Street good civil service reformer Pass Ing by as illustrative but trivial the story of the two machine politician Of Wisconsin whom you se lected for postmaster general and the Insurance commissioner of New after turning him out of office and disgracing you restored to came you to take from the Santa Fe railway Its most abfe and Paul THISJATE FACES A CRISIS Ww Blffiw Bulgaria and Tur kiy Swms Imminent FORMER IS THE AGGRESSOR i i Imperor Francis Joitph of Austria HungaryfcwJplleatee Situation byj atrlk tfarry fifteen years residing at Poplar died from a bullet Wound sus tained when he was shot accidentally by ttoy New Charles a freight conductor living lost his right foot and was otherwise hurt when he Was thrown from his train as It swung around a The Mercer county commissioners awarded the contract for the construction of a new courthouse to the Luyster company i Philadelphia for this being the lowest Qrabbiifa Two Provinces Prom Tur countries Take Advan tage Of Turkeys Internal Pmught With Grave Pot Other Larger Powers May Become I Events which threaten to change the political face of Europe ire crystallizing with light nlng Almost overnight the horlion of tie Near which seemed gradually to be assuming a peaceful crowdud with war has freached here from several Sources that two definite strokes are Ing employes of the TrlState Tele phone company returned to The trouUle arose over the not re ceiving their monthly pay when they said it was de VltVUO and to make him Impending cannot fallto bring of your and when the Santa matters to a crisis and perhaps force an Immediate One Is the procla mation by Prince Ferdinand of the In dependence pf which will Include for himself the title of other IB an announce ment of AustriaHungary of the prac I tlcal annexation of the provinces of Bosnia H1 as appanages Fe rebate suits disclosed this gentle man why wa prosecution suspended until he could resign to take another and abetter post You must have known Mortons character at least as well as Mn Bryan knew Governor when you appointed him secretary of the tHarrlman and President mean to be neither inquisitive nor but whatdid you mean when you said to Harrlman You and I are prac of the AustroHungarlan Either action will bo equivalent to the tearing up of the treaty of while Prince Ferdinands course seems precipitate a be tween Bulgaria and Before WRIGHT Nominee Taft Will Wind UpCampaiftt yynbur Breaks Another In That Passenger In kansaa haa M prnnce 6 been definitely decided that Wllliata WrJ4ht the American Taft shall close his campaign on thf woridB record for men and why did you send for the quarrel over the him at and Just what did j East RumeMan the Orient James now Tallway sinks Ihto Both candidate for vice have to j armies are reported tobe quietly and swiftly mobilising near the Bulgaria Is Wotto be buying up muni do with that transaction To be you have an answer tp each of these and we do not doubt a plausible and maybe a sufficient anyway an answer satisfactory to your own con We believe youto be ari up right But so Is Bryan an upright man should you have him appear otherwise and to drag him Into controversy Why should you wish to Ignore and humiliate to make him a figure in our political thus reducing agreat national cnm battle between two old women a blind arguing from opposite premises tlons and horees on an extensive The Bulgarians have faith in their 1 which has rmtched a high state of although it is perhaps lacking In and the for which haa long peen sus pected of coutd be fought more advantage for her now than when the Turkish government bad time to reorganize us which have become enervated by the corrup tion and neglect qf the old of It ijn For Chapped Skin Chapped skin whether on the hands Ajftsl a mufl has dlvpatched letter to the president of France setting his Intentions regarding Bosnia and Her although the contents of the letter are kept secret and he is send ing similar notes to the other It seems that Emperor jt avouiEi or face cured In one night by Qa always hae been Qalliia It Chamberlains It Is also unequajed for sore burns and For sale by A flame 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property now owned by Newell is offered ior 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 r H Tailoring in all Its Alter Pressing and Clean Corner Main 22472 and Mercer a scrupulous observer of reveal his plans to the rulers of other nations before he has communicated them to his own One ex planatlon Is that the In tended for delivery until when Identical would be pre sented to the other While Austrias action with regard i to the twoprovinces may not tech nically be called it Is be lleved it will amount to what ever It Apparently the emperor Is determined that the dos of these Ana i not For thirty years j they have been administered by J but they have always i remained theoretically stroyedithe big mill of Brown Hill at entailing a loss of partially covered by sides wiping out the the flames ruined several cars ot Co lumblana and Carroll counties have been added to the temperance column A total saloons were put out of business In Ashtabula county by the overwhelming majority of a colored and horse after a ended in a gen eral fight cut WB wifes and soni He then drew the razor aorosi his All will Jones killed a man near the same place a few years the sec ond time Henry Fisher was convicted here of murder In the first degree for the killing of Sara Kllnger at her home In Shamokln in the spring Following the first trial the state supreme court ordered i a new Elsie age was killed by hey sixyearold brother while the two were on their way home from They found a targetgut that an elder brother had hidden in a and the pointing the weapon In shot his sister through the age of Garrett was Brought to the Cumberland suffering with ap After he had been placed on the operating table and the sur geons were ready to use the knife It was discovered the patient had Arch jn the dqeld edthat SheriffCharlesLane of West Chester not In con tempt In not having delivered Harry Thaw Into the keeping of a United to taken to Pitts burg to answer bankruptcy pro v Deborah age living alone dear was drugged by two men whoentered house as she slept and took and nearly all her cloth Mias Belles partially revived In time to see the robtera but wns aible to give an alarm until morn thinly she walked to Harmony to notify William pastor of thfi Slrouds Episcopal the announcement that he had bean the night of 2 at Youngstown The national campaign of the party was opened at that place with Gov ernor Hughes as the principal speaker and It has been deemed fitting that the national candidate should make his closing address at that The announcement was regarded as interesting because of its Indication that the candidate wilt be occupied ac tively right up to the eve of the na tional After the Youfngstown meeting Taft Will leave at onco for Cincinnati to cast his vote the fol lowing The details of the Itinerary of the candidate after he western tour In Chicago Wednesday night have not been worked out but will be com ills this That President Roosevelt fully Intends to take the Stump In favor of the can didacy of Taft Information received at Falrvlew from the It was said that the advices Camo from persons on whom could be placed and were to the effect that Roosevelt Is planning to nrake at least six speeches In the course of trip from the Atlantic to the the concluding speech to be delivered at Sun Frnnclsco with numerous short speeches en how refused to make any comment on the In order to devote still furthW at tention to Iowa the Democratic candi date announced a change in his plans la connection with his trip to Whereon the night of 7 he Is to Taft at a Instead of leaving here Tuesday afternoon and going direct to as had been BryanXwIH start tonight Des whence he will on Tuesday proceed to Tama and Cedar Rapids and deliver set and fromthe rear platform ot the train en route Be probably will make several shorf talks The trip to Chicago will be made Tuesday Although It has been definitely now is planned that Bryan wfll speak In liouls Friday evening and then reenter Kansas on Saturday for a full day In that returning to Lincoln on It also Is likely that lie fore making his final rp Into fthe middle west and the east he will spend a day or two In campaigning In Ne plane has established worlds record for time and with With a Freiieti nallst by his he remained In air for 65 minutes and at circling the twentyfour and covering a distance Officially mated at fiftyeight about thirtysix His fcwt vtotis flight With passenger 36 26 By his feat Wright partially fuN flits the conditions of a contract signed by him and Lame who aenta a whereby receives and the syndicate j takes In return the patent rights of Wright machine for France and thft colonies with the privilege ot facturlng aeroplanes on this The sun was setting when and passenger started flight was completed In the When they alighted the Frendfy S Journalist In hla enthusiasm threw his arms around Wrights neck end be e great crowd of spectators were hardly less demonstrative In their jg Eecaped Bear Kills terrible tragedy was enaoted at a pleasure when MI Immense S black beaf escaped from a eage and charged a throng of whlck had been raised In Ity from a hfcd beenIn tne of drinking soda pop at the bar and when he neaped he went He twice theattend who attempted to him Into his The beast became enraged and charged the Southern Paclflc Buss I ran with a gocart containing a The bear pursued snatched RESTAURANT When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable Of SMITHS CAFE Best Things to Eat served In the best is making a reputation for Try if not a The place to eat j SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Solicits transient and local SPIRIT OF OLD RIP PERVADES CATSKILL His Old Home Week or not Rip Van Winkle Is a myth cannot wellcooked moderate De discussed with safety here this For In the historic little vil lafie which was the home of the an cient Dutchman whose sturdy progeny have spread over the country is being celebrated this week a Rip Van Winkle Catsklll has sent out word to his ohildreu to from their sleep in other lands and to come home for a The celebration began In the churches with sermons by Bishop Qris MEAT MARKET 7 McCL1M AN Plum corner Erie alms to furnish the finest quality of MILK DEPOT FURS FURS stock pf Furs in Neqk When you buy your uilllt of 21 Mercer you get the best and ARTISTIC FSOTOGRAPHYv Listen All work gotten put on Why Because Is finished on Artura Iris ana the most exquisite of all photographic pro Webers 11 Canal LIVERY STABLES When you ride In a rig from McCLURES South Water you are not ashamed of tho horse or the Good service at all BATTLESHIP llffif RIDES OUT A GALE Wind Blows 100 HUBS an Hour In Manila Bay ihe AUlantlc battle policemans revolver stopped bystanders opened fusillade killed the bear with a score Kooh Theory le signal tory was won by the opponents of t theory advanced by Robert the eminent German e e t mlzlng the danger ot human Infection fcom bovine tuberculosis the triennial International co Siess on tuberoulosla usi before1 ship neet tweive eany ouuua broKe ovei t expeutcaiy 10 Bdiely outrmaeu a tturri bay for ufd luuch damage sigudlB were displayed out the storm ouy tuildenly and ua u svas Impossible uie and lavwches Be longing v to tuw neet because of the of smashing tnein against the called hy Bluhop Cranston to become I steei eideb ot the and tbe district or presiding little crau weie sent scudding inside elder of the North Philadelphia con ference of the Methodist He appointed to nil the vacancy caused by the death of the person Is Hie breakwatei Into the Paslg where Uiey itimaiued all The storm iuu eased in intensity and the loueiuial lams shut in the At 8 oclock Sunday night the Btora had reached Its heigUl and it gradu two are dying and two others d dowfl untn at midnlghtit are seriously injured as although an explosion of gas m theBrooming MroBB house by Eliza thfl Btopm aU had steam up ready for any Rear Admirlal Speiry finally ordered the flagship Connecticut and the Kan Ray three years was Wagner and her twelveyearold daughter were fatally hurt and EdwardHllllard and l5ela Harshman were severely A leak In the gas pipe caused the jury before whom Thomas Barger of Lelper charged with shoot riv Marshall Crawford of the state police one of the outbreaks of the Chester trolley was uiuible to irjotto Is Not the cheappt prices best goods at the lowest market OUT reputa tion fpr 2 8ald P wald of Sallna and Dema rest of Rutgers It will con tlnue with bonflres and an Indulgence IB the pleasures that made old Rip a dreamer until the moon goes to bed at midnight on Nobody In Catskill hajs any doubt that Rip In any resident will take the victor to the mountain top and show where the tenpins were placed and point the exact spot whereon Jllp peacefully snoozed through flvepresldentlal Tlieio will be a Rip in the parade tomorrow and Schneider and the exquisite old story will oe told In many ways during the 1 Eight Perish In Tenement New York persons were burped to fwd a m are on the tbte Virginia and Ohio under way They were close to the breakwater and Admiral Sperry feared they might drag six vessels steamed down cloae to where they At times the blew at the rate of 100 miles an All communica tion wrth shore was cut It was im possible during the height of the upon a verdict ind were stOrra to see the warships through the charged by Judge The trials of rain and shore It of Palrick vice president of was dangerous togo Several the Amalgamated Association ofcarriages were overturned by the adjournment placed HsiSf record in opposition The061 over this momentous which haa been the suibject of much spirited bate during the entire proceedings of the reached its climax that body by unanimous vote adopted a resolution recognizing the poasllillv ity otvhuman infection from the t vine tuberculosis Million Votee For scheme the Prohibition party hopes tp4 votes for Eugene for president this fall was announced by National Chairman Activity be begun in every In tne United States to induce ance Republicans to pair temperance There no need of any temperance BepubU can worrying over tie Bryan gaining it does not TaW said ance follower of the two opposing ties by pairing off and Jointly A for Ohafln will thus give neither nor Bryan advantage In the Husband Saves Blazing a New York diamondmer5 while on the top floor qf his bungalow here heard an lowed by He rushed sdowu stairs and found his wife enveloped He grabbed her about waist and ran to the edge of Shrewsbury forty feet awayv There he plunged with his owlfelnto the water and then dragged her Both husband and wife were badly Northup so seriously thftt she may die Street Railway Employes of America President William ptthe Chester union and twelve charged with conspiracy and blowing up the carsof the will Mob Takes Awful Wa4k a his fiveyearold daughter and his baby were killed the mother who was holding the baby in her arms was fatally shot And three other children will probaibly die OB a result of a mobs Walker home last Jn the old est son Is missing and IB supposed to have been burned with the which was fired by the Walker had cursed a white woman and threatened a white map with a it Is trees were blown electric wires were prostrated and several buildings Among the buildings unroofed the dojiot of the com Several naval officers ashore on various errands were compelled to remain ashore all pf Negroes TOW capslzled In the Tennessee river and ajl occupants vwe pt the vlctUfts Klester Family the home of Oscar Kioster in Slippery Rock township on the site of the log cabin in which the Indian chief who muiUennl the WIgton family In was the annual reunion of the Klester flow numbering thioughout the United was held In 1752 Phillip ter came from Gecmany and settled in Northampton In 177D George Philip qroased the mountain and sullied JUi Westmoreland wheie he reared a Philip a came tp Butler county In 1882 and purchased the SUp township npw owned by kls town of flrst settler of Gathering Ive gathered roses and the like la many glad ajid golden but ns down the world I my weary bands are filled with Ive gath ered roses oer and nn4 some were white some were fcut when I took them tp the store grocer wanted eggs I gather ed roses long In other and people ought to go and dig the out your A million roses aud died u million more will That man is wise who lets slide and gathers up the bales Of hay Kruporla K t Pfi His Once that genial qpnaedtan Dalley consulted an oviullat His nose ftaa couldnt keep on the wt wlilch tho oculist wag tryingto You nre used said the I replied   

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