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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                i V fl v t OOTOBftft PRICE 2 OBOTf PER SIBLEY REPLIES TOUGLYCHAR nOOSEVELTIS he saffl the president heartily approves ttltohi management of the campaign and that Hitchcock has ihe prfst dents entire The report that i Sheldon would rtilgn as treasurer the committee was posi tively as was a rumor that difference eirints between the Secretary Root and 8t Witt a twwlre hour demonstration of po tttleal enthusiasm and InteMe Louis furnished an appropriate ell mas to ihe western oampaJil trip of William whleh GoflferjWtfcTreasunrStieldon of IM HITCHCOCK NOT IN DISFAVOR Cemeletes Western With Meeting at irysrt Addressee Large and Enthusiastic Autflenees In lews Mask Istuss Preelamatlen In Whleh He Clnohee 1 New York For the Democratic Looks Lovely to Leaders ef loth President Rooierelt Is entirely confident that William Tafi will be elected to suc ceed according to George Shel don treasurer Of the Republican na tional who was dents guest at Sheldon from New York at Roose velts request to discuss the After the conference Sheldon gave union labor as the basis of The Im mense awllenee lit the finished from which as many were turned away as got He followed thli with an address at a and then rushed to Bast where he addressed a large gathering of employes in the Another Map at How about labor unions he was I have done more for union labor than was thequick re and then Taft that decisions he had rendered as a judge and which were now misrepre sented as him against union IsmT were really used at present in the fcbout campaign the reply that to tar as he knew no contributions had yet been made that would hive the slightest tendency Any gentleman who desires to make a contribution to a good may regard this as the time and After the three speeches had been made Tatt wak escorted to the whence he reviewed the gro tesque parade ot the Veiled whose carnival has the city firmly In its The bau of the VelleM which is the great society event of the was made decid edly more popular by the announce ment that the candidate would be there for an MtvTaft visited the ball for a but did not partici pate in the Heijulem Chanted In Cedar present j myself as an example of one who has I outlived the venomous attacks of his You me called a demagogue twelve years You saw them bury me and you heard them chant their songs over my grave and now they have to explain why It hap pened that I am not With all the fervor that he could muster William facing a vast assemblageIn audito rium between Tama and delivered himself of this At no time during the present cam FAR1S 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 Lamb and Hudson W E EXTEND a cordial inyitation to the Ladies of Greenville to come and see our 70S State Street wttST speeek made la whleh Vy td oterflowinj long before M was scheduled to Prevloua to going to the tell he was serenaded at the hotel and he addressed an mense from the Ydrfc tttaioeretlo national has made known the tons upM which he bases hit procla mation that Mew York state mar safe ly be regarded as Democratic this Mwiks statement follows The Democratic party in New York was never more not even n than It Is this The state Is never doubtful when the Democrats stand With a united party we find our Opponents all shot to pieces Republicans are oppos ing others are against faction Is set against Ah Instance of the union of the Democratic forces the na tional Democratic club of New York composed of made up of merchants and profes sional opposed Bryan almost to a man In 1896 and I am told that 96 per cent of thefolub membership Is ready to this and the club reefntiy passed resolu tions Indorsing and hAve contrib uted with a promise to contrib ute a With this situation I feel tttMt New York is not only safe for Brtfak but there will be FILES OPINION Upholding Constitutionality of Cwnmodlty Clause of Rate Lai RI6HT TO APPEAL IS GfMNTED palgn has he spoken so earnestly or a Democratic with such His remark followed William will reach here a bitter denunciation of Taft for refusing to agree to a publication of campaign i contributions before elec No honest man no political party conducting an honest he need be afraid of the Nor was this At Woodward he heaped ridicule on the Republicans by charging them with credit for the growthof the shining of the sun and the bringing of In they seize upon anything that they think gives a plausible ex cuse for voting the Republican of At Maxwell he compared the grant rag of special privileges to a case of poison In the human There has been a poison at work in our poli arid today its man are such that I believe the American people are ready to apply the add that poison Is the poi son of the poison of favorit Our government has been run too largely In the Interest of the favored Drawing cheering crowds all in the course of his travels throuh the the Democratic can never better hurled opponents tanged ihenr tormeet his Fifteen speeches and handshaking today and will spetfd two days In Chi The candidate will be the of Chicago AMociatlon ot Com merce tmd this evening will speak with his the banquet of the QufTey Makes Hot reply to Gov ernor Haskells open letter to dent in which Colonel rormer Democratic national commltteeman and Plttaburg oil opera are charged With being agents of the Standard CHI company and In that capacity having engaged In confer ences with President the following statement was Issued to the Associated Press by Colonel Guffey Haskells that I ever dis cussed the Osage lease with the president Is an absolute The fact Is I nevermet or spoke to President Roosevelt but once and that was at a reception and dinner given to him at the Hotel Schen Pittsburgh That I am connected with the Standard Oil company Is a He more than thirty years old revived every once In a while by some scoun drel endeavoring to shield his own j 1 A Home 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property novy 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 FAMILY wr FATAL TO CLAYTON ERB Prominent Politician Sliol to Deatli liy lies Slslei Clayton captain and regimental quarter master of the Third national guard of was shot and killed at his summer lage Delaware last His Cather ine Is under arrest In the Me dia Jail charged with the The woman admits that she did the shoot Ing during a family Captain who was private secre tary to Israel political leader of this was one of the bestknown men in political circles In About two years ago he was married apd moved to Delaware For a time everything went along but there were family On 24 Tailoring In all its Alteix who was Save Sickness This prompt wid sure relief given in acute bowel and liver has created an annual sale of over six million boxes of BEECHAMS PILLS SoM In hexes and Dleeentlni From Decision of Judgss anil Judge Quotes Chief Justice Marshall and Argues That Commodities Clause Is Clearly Within the Constitutions Powers ef Net Affeesed by Rights Previously Grant ed by a Mate to Common Gray and Bufflngton of the United States circuit court have handed down government to appeal from the decision ot the court In the suit of the United States agaluxt the anthracite coal roads in the mat ter of constitutionality of the com modities clause of the Hepburn rate Counsel for both the government and the defendant coal roads will pe tition the supreme court of the United States to give this case precedence over all others on account of Its Im Judge Bufflngton has filed his opin ion dissenting from the decision of Judges And who declared the commodities clause to be unconstl Judge Bufflngton quotes and Indorses the words Chief Justice who In au opinion said The question whether a law be void for Its repugnancy to the consti tution times a question of much1 which ought If to be decidedIn the affirmative in a doubtful The opinion says that the prior ac tion ofanystate in authorizing car riers to own manufactories or mines can in no way detractfrom the power of congress to thereafter regulate in terstate he such purchase under state au thority created no obligation or con tract on the part of congress that It never In pursuance of Its power to regulate commerce between the enact laws which might re strict carriers from i the Interstate car riage of their own In effect It would place each state a veto on the power to regulate conferred on the United The Judge presumes that congress in paSsilig thlracrdidnotgeek to con fiscate private but rather to avert by due regulation the evils the carrier had Itself brought about by al West ern Maryland railroad shops at Ha gerstown are again on nearly full i ot a fight between two factions of the Apostolic Holiness church of Foatoria a suit Was filed here to oust the twenty elghth annual of the State firemens association Is in session Fifteen hundred delegates are Zy a retired hotel keeper at Bear shot and killed hie wife and Committed Zydusa had been order to stop the price war the West Vlrr glnla window glass have arranged to establish a central selling agency In this the nomination papers of U candidate of the Rlghteotte Government party of Cambria for senator have been tiled Uke Dauphin county blew to pieces with nltroglycerln big safe In the mill office of New shattering the Pieces of the safe were hurled fifty Several hundred dollars was national barbers convention baa decided to change Its sessions from annually to The proposition of Barber Washington of Altoona to provide a home for aged and infirm barbers was adopted and a committee appoint ed to select a leaat 000 men In Philadelphia will be unable to vote at the coming presidential election because they failed to regis Only voters qualified on the three registration days designated by whereas there are vot ers on the assessors f men from all parts of the otmntry are this city for the conference today which promises to be the greatest meeting of coal men ever held In the More than 400 coal mine experts and others interested in coal mining are in man was crushed to two were fa tally five others seriously hurt and a doaen more cut and battered by a wreck on the Penn syJvanla rallroada freight line at voted against granting Washington near The eoutlve and judicial powers the In terstate commerce commissions I la AIMiltet to Mile Sfilmmi A BUT 010 NOTHIN6 DISHONEST He Has Been Business ate ef Jehn Arohbeld for Thirty Why He Oaposesi Reesevelt Policies aa Expressed In the Hallread Rate Knew of His Standard Oil Connse and So Also Old the men Joseph Blbley ot has made pirollc the following tsfttar in connection with references to him in recent speeches Hearst the Public For thirty years past t have1 beta moreor less closely associated Inbusiness with John D Arehbold bf the Standard Oil com Mfay and during the major portion of Me period I have talked with him and written to him with the freedom and frankness due to a business elate and a personal My con nection with the Standard Oil com pany wafikhown before I entered lie life and the three presidents eun nation during term of were familiar with the fact of my 1 with the Standard Oil as were my friends In the araate and my colleagues in the house Approximately 000 in two different greetlonal districts of selected me aa their representative in congress knew precisely the existing between the Standard1 Oil1 t company and Hearst has I of every letter written by me to Mn Archbold from 1800 to very nearly ho elswe of my term of public therefore request that he will do me vv tXe justice to publish them oae and all a in their entirety and in their orderly and natural sequence giving of letters and not separating ij During the period covered by my letters great and reaching to thet rery eenters our industrial life as a nation and some ot these problems affecting vitally the material interests of my have been before congress tor spoke and i I tive at the Twentyeighth lowing its private intereat to injurious1 inBOf the Vallejr railroad I latistt ly affect its public 4 The opinion concludes as follows Sattsifled that under the constitu and was torn to He weighed about 160 bad a croes tattooed on the left arm tlon the power to regulate commerce was tnm the between the states is vested in con that such power includes the power to regulate carriers and that divorce Of the dual relation of Mahanoy City starving man found In a box car here several days ago is not Willis BUSINESS DIRECTORY GREENVILLE TAILORING A REAL TAILOR BISHOP Pressing and Clean Corner Main and Mercer I RESTAURANT f SMITHS CAFE Best Things to Eat served in the best Is malting a reputation for Try us If not a a divorced caused the arrest of Eugene Brbs colored on a charge of threatening At the hearing In the case she said that she had been Informet that Poulson was acting as a spy fo Captain who stood by the coach man at the as against his He subsequently explained tha public carrier and private transporter the Kentucky university stu 1s a regulation of I hold this dent who Is thought to have besot i locked in a freight car by man found here is an twee law la HEROIC WOMAN DIES IN DREADFUL AGONY Was Bitten by Dog in Attempt to Save Unother tynlne yearn He is in Jail at Strikers Say They Were Sold In dignation was expressed at a mass meeting of the Canadian Pacific rail way The men claim they been asked to go back under worse conditions than existed when they went on The general sen timent favored not going to The statement was made on every hand that thereiad been sell ts which forbade pipe lines to their own Thto In Judgment my constituents meant ruin to era of I waa fearful thai the zeal of some untrained to Clal life was leading toward expert ments in government which threat ened disaster to American Industries and did not hesitate to publicly exV prss my opinion and voice my oppov fr During my political was my lot to throughsome boll t leal campaigns that were wageq ftrtth ceeding but charged me at any time or place wlth s having a dishonorable dollar in my possession Kr a dollar to which he held better or with ever having sought f to wrong him In any financial Nor has any mansofar ever charged me with T i ferlng with convulsions at for two weeks flaryey Day of this city died of Last August Increase In the worlds availabie sup Chicago Grain reoordtrealcing The place to eat is at SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Solicits transient and local wellcooked moderate When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable CITY RESTAURANT Of FURS FURS We have a large stoqk of Furs in Ne also SWns fpr F MARKEl Plum corner Erie alms to furnish the finest quality oi he did so because he expected to instl I tute proceedihgs against Erb and expected Poulson to be an Impor tant witness In the In which Mrs Catherine Erbs was to be Captain Erb declared at the hearing that he had been duped when he mar ried Rothermel and that her con duct during hjs absence at Pine Plains last summer had been Sev eral weeks later Brb caused tha MILK DEPOT When ypu buy your milk of 21 fforth Mercer you got the best and PHOTOGRAPHER Listen All work gottea out on Why Because H is finished on Artura Iris and the most osquiaite of all photographic pro Webers 11 Canal LIVERY STABILES When you rldo In a rig fiom McCLURES Water you are not ashamed of the horse or the Good at all pjd m9tto lpt arrest of her husband on a charge of assault and battery and he wag held trial CAPITOL CASES ARGUED Convicted Trimmers Attorneys Plead For Another for the four men convicted Jn the first capltol contract conspiracy trial pre Beated their ttrguments for a retrial of case and last evening the com monwealth The opening arguments made on beliajf of Contractor John San derson by Frea Bothermel of Phila delphia and Hensel of Lancas They were followed by T Sciwffer of Media for Jdathuea and CUarles Bergner city for Snyder ghu The states ojde was presented by Deputy Attprney Cunning Wid speplal coun her a woman neighbor and a mall carrier were by the dog which caused Days death and they are being carefully watched for hy drophobia Physicians re ported today that they have noted symptoms of hydrophobia In the ac tions of but hope to prevent the development of the The first Indlcaltlon of the dogs madness was Its attack on a mall who entered the Day yard to deliver the The animal had sunk its teeth in the carriers leg when Day came to the rescue arid the doff turned upon her and bit her five in a who attempted to help was also and Day suffered eral bites before the dog Fpr two days before her death Day was strapped to the Compere to Hit the pern of the American Federation of Labor will leave here Friday on afort nights trip with the following Itiner ary mass meet 9 mass evening 10th evening 11 th evening 12th convention Ohio state federation of afternoon 13th evening 14th I6th through Indiana oniOth19th gOtli and ply of wheat was an Important factor In causing a slump in wheat prices here Final quotations showed a net loss for the day of tt oats and provisions were also October options closed tered the home of Shaw chloroformed and Shaw they slept and rifled Shaws George a In another awoke and found his father in a fltu por and his mother almost Shaw will but Shaw is critical condition and may continued drought Is again becoming a more serious proposition every In some localities the conditions are such thatthe health of the Is grave This Is true in some sectous near the smaller where the streams ars dry Ing up to such an extent that the fish are dying WEATHER Ohjo and Western Pennsylvania Showers and cooler Wednesday Thurs fair fresh West VlrglnJarFalr Wednesday Tlie only made from Royal of Tartar htalthfulnew   

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