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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania Ci ESTABLISrtBD 1891 PA OCTOBER PRICE 2 CBNTS PER TAFT ANP BRYAN MEETINCHICAGO Both Are Guests of Commerce EXCHANGE FRIENDLY GREETING Atldi Partisanship and Pay Mine Compliments to Each Bryan on and Their Relation to While Judge Taft Dlteutiei Modification of Court Practice 80 That Poor Liti gant May Have Better Chance In Contest With Bryan and rival candidates for the presidency of the United met last night at the fourth annual ban quet of the Chicago Association of The meeting is said to have been the flrat of Its having been In Chicago all wait the first to arrive at the banquet hall in the Auditorium having delivered a speech at the opening of the deep waterways convention In the forenoon went to to deliver another ad dress during the afternoon tod re turned to Chicago after the banquet was well under Intense interest in the meeting had been manifested sinceIt first known that the two candidates were to meet in and every seat In three banquet thrown together for the was occupied when then first course was save only ft commodious chair reserved for An shout gave warning of the arrival of In common with everyone rote and looked toward the A huge moving Mhe a among a ewaJfS of frit moving slowly tip the narrow aisle between two One at a distance occasionally could catch a glimpse of a smiting face acknowledging A policeman Id uniform and assistants in plain clothes aided in the progress of the dittinguiahed Whd had in the destruction of some Sort o a chop nuey masquerading un der a French turned his head slowly as Ms political rival drew smiling Exchange Friendly The dramatic moment which had been anticipated with such deep inter est was soon hand awaited that of Taft A single lin gering a word or so which none could overhear because of the tumult and the Republican leader passed oh to a chair at the right of The cheering continued for a minute or so after those at the speakers table had taken their The first moment the noise subsided leaning to one side and smiling asked Taft if he had had a good This djsplay of friendliness on the part of the two candidates stirred the crowd to renewed cheering and word were useless in the Taft stroked his throat for a then laughed and the applause What ia the matter with Bill cried someone in stentorian all Whos all rlghtr Bills all It took music by the orchestra and a song by the guests to restore a sem bianco of When talking In ordi nary tones became possible the two candidates entered Into an animated In which President Hall The speeches of both Mrl Taft and Bryan were Bryan was first His text was the corporation and Its rela tion to He the point that the Godmade man should not be lost slglit of In the solicitude to pro tect the rights of the manmade cor Judge Taft discussed court proced ure and advocated a revision which would secure more prompt and certain justice for the litigant who cannot at 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 Lamb and Hudson W IE EXTEND a cordial inyitation to the Ladies of Greenville to come and see our 708 State Street A Home 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property now owned by Newell is offered for sale at The 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 ford of Jelay and numer ous appeals to the Few Bryan wag cheered to the echo as he rose to Cheers and laughter followed the humorous touches that characterized bis opening Bryan said in parti Judge nfcd appreciate the honor of being present on this 1 appreciate the generous words of the chairman In me to I think that it Is a good omen when we can lay aside partisan feeling on an occasion like this and forgetting the things that sep arate remember the things that are more numerous and more Important that unite us in the bonds of common I think I can see signs of progress in When I first be gan to run for president there were no occasions of this I think Inote a larger a broader liberality and a more Wnfily feeling than has sometimes previous led In the Here the chairmen of the representa tive committees willing even In the heat of campaign to pause for a moment In the giving out of Here the the respective committees suspend for a moment the Investigation of the business connec tions of those who send In And here two distinguished citizens at large both uncertain as to which will be We shall carry away delightful recollections of this for whatever the election may we remember one occa sion when we were treated with equal I am glad to meet at this board one who has been by his party with leadership In a great I am glad to testify to my appreciation of Ws abilities and his If I ani successful the victory will be the greater to have won from and if I am defeated the sorrow will be less to have been defeated by whose rising was greeted with another outbreak of violent prefaced his prepared speech with a few Impromptu which created He said In part Bryan and Gen tlemen of the Chicago Association of have orily begun to run for the presidency and I am glad to begin when the amenities of the campaign are better Taft Returns I am exceedingly glad to meet my distinguished opponent and fellow guest and to forget the rivalries and of the campaign In this most inspiring And I recipro cate In every way and to the full his kindly and courteous words of respect and good With him I have re cently been subjected strain the experiences 0 f6days have been almost more than I could One nonpartlsan speech is a good deal of a burden when you are In other kind of And to have to make three Inside of nine I sub mit to my distinguished fellow guest and Is cruelty to On behalf of our distinguished fel low guest and in view of the fact that I I tender thanks to the citizens of Chicago for reliev ing one of us in the selection of a And this with entire deference to those other candidates for the presi dency whose engagements prevented their1 With the conclusion of Tafts speech the banquet The candi dates shook hands cordially and part although they were delayed in leav ing the hall by a rush of guests to ob tain their SIS F HELD KILLING men are out of work In this vicinity on account of the longcontinued drought in this locality and nearly every plant In the region is It has been over a month since the last rain The Cherry com pany was the last Industry to Plteburg 3 yellow $firstname.lastname@example.org. 30 Ohio York full 13 light market tidy common to good fat good fresh cows and common to Sheep and fair and market Prime good mixed fair culls and spring veal heavy and Hogs Receipts 25 double decks market steady on pigs and 35c lower on other Prime heavy light a At 25 Inquest Bflftp Out Details of Fatal Quarrel BEISEL DID SHOOTING According to Evidence at Coro ners Inquest Intfl Death of PhlliJ delphla Guard bfflcer and Verdict 3elsel With Shooting and Erb an Accessory Testimony Indicates That May Be Plea of the there might be no firmly fixing the responsibility for thji murder of Cap tain Clayton Brb national guards man and was shot to death at his country home near Me a Joint influent was held in the case at the office ot Alder man Smith in at which time Erb wax commuted to Jail as an accessory in the of her hus and her aisierj Catherine was held charged the The Inquest was held by Coroner Carr and at the conclusion of the tak ing of the teatimpnj the Jury rendered a verdict thatCapValn Erbs death was due to hemorrhages a gun shot wound inflicted iby Gather From the test4thcfny of Mary a cook Patrick a guard William Adams and William attendants at Captain Erbs to gether with1 the statement of County Detective Berry and Constable Simp the circumstances seem to be about as follows After Erbs arrival Erb went to the where her sister was and her that If Erb made any trouble she would call When she returned to her home and met Captain Erti in the hall he took her to task for having her sister at the house after be bad warned her not to come the detoo tlve testffledi Captain Erb had applied vile epithets to his wife and there wasa bitter Erb then telephoned to Belsel and when the latter reached the house she found busband wife In the hall on the second Captain Erb told her to get out and rushed at her with a revolver in his She struggled with him securing the pointed it at him and When she pulled the Berry she al leged she could not stop the lit the fight that occurreda vasfl or cuspidor was thrown and hit Captain The weapon with which the shoot ing was done belonged to Erb and had been taken from her by the cap tain a few days The weapon was of the doubleaction In dicating the Improbability of Bei sela story that she could not stop fir the detectives stated that the trig ger had to be pulled at each Crete Proclaims Union With Island of de cree announcing the union of Crete with Greece was published here last Events leading up to the cli max followed each other throughout the day with dramatic The town was bedecked and early In tho morning people began flocking in from all There was much firing of guns and with plenty of but perfect order Mussulmans mingled with Christians freely and At 2 oclock In the afternoon a great demonstration in favor of union with Greece occurred on the military review More than one of the larg est seen gathered at this age of an oiler on the steamer Powell was Wiled by a yard engine at Ashtabula Morris age was returning to her homo from Hay den vllle she was assaulted by an uniden tified age chap lain of Conygham dropped dead at a meeting of the vet erans here last report has been received at the state depart ment of health that Boston had been In the courts of Wyom ing county for failure to report aucase of communicable this being the first prosecution of the kind in that part of the Harlan Wynn had told his wife to pack her and he got mart at his Miles be cause he was helping The men fpught with Arnold severed the nose ear and slashed the bead of Both are under TR1STATE NrWb N BHIEF age was found at his home hang ing In an He was spark from an started a field fire near West Liberty and for a time the village was SylVla slater of Assistant Post master Siegfried ot this has left for the where she will Through freight 87 on the Balti more and Ohio was wrecked at Long Charles was Fed who when turnkey at the local police station in shot his was dismissed for want of pros the result of an explosion caused by burglars at the store oi Morris Servlcoss two stores and a residence were Samuel a brotherinlaw of was burned to Tho burglars got away with a sum of money that was In the safe and that was In Servlcosss Pennsyl vania Railroad company knocked out the plans of the promoters of atrolley between THuavJlle and Union City when It Issued orders to boss bridge to repair ai bridges on the old Union City and Tltusvllle This line was to have been used by the electric lads rang ing from nine years of age went sorrowfully to school and little little Lecretta age Is In this hospital so severely burned that she will probably Little Loretta was watching the boys as danced about a One rff them thrust a naming stick at Her dress took lire and she was terribly their plea of to the charge of counterfeiting Judge Dayton lentenced Eoker and Ecker to four years in the state Floyd Hyett to two years and Minnie Hathaway to one year and Imposed a fine of 4500 upon each of They were arrest ed at two weeks ago and had been working slot machines at that place and Wheeling with spurlpus to lie mem bers of a gang Which operated on a large scale In DOMESTIC QUARREL HAS TERRIBLE END Fanner Murders Wifes Sister and Father anil Himself John Rich a young farmer living in the Lamberts Point shot and killed his Miss Josephine Crom well his Beverley Crom and committed suicide after he had killed his fatherinlaws A shotgun was the weapon Following domestic troubles Richard son and his a younger daughter of separated last Fri Richardson returned Miss returning with the fiveyearold son of the had the boy by the hand approaching the house when Richardson rushed out with his gun and shot her From the last shot in the back of the head she fell The fatherinlaw was approaching In a buggy when Richard son rushed into the met and killed him by blowing the aged mans j face to Richardson then killed the Cromwell horse returning to his blew out his own Richardson had declared that the al leged interference of Miss Josephine Cromwell into his family affairs bad caused the separation between himself and Chicago Grain Disturbed political conditions in Europe and an excellent demand here for winter wheat by east ern millers caused strength in the lo cal wheat market prices at the close showing net gains of to 1 Corn and oats were but provisions were December options closed DOlEVELT WILL HOT STUMP Sets Rumors at Rest With a Positive Denial DECLARES IT NOT NECESSARY Mack and Bryan Meet at Chicago and Lay For Remainder of the Butl Bryan and Kern President Duncan of International Association of Denies Ru mor That He and Qompers Are Not In Accord In Political President Roosevelt has announced that he will make no speeches In of the candidacy of William Taft for the presidency as thefe is no necessity such Tills declaration was inade during a call of Senator Hemen way of one of a series of con ferences at the White at which the general political situation was un der Hemenway asked the president regarding the report that he would take the The president replied that he hod received numerous requests to do so but he thought it was unnecessary and made the un equivocal statement that he would not make any Hemenway de clared that both the national and state tickets would be elected In National Commltteeman William Ward of New York and National Com mitteeman Mulvane of Kansas also talked politics with the Mulyane told the president that he felt assured everything was favor aple for Taft in Ward stated that Secretary Root would speak In New 31 and that he was trying to induce the secretary to make other speeches the Republican Bryan for the final weeks of the Democratic campaign were outlined and discussed at a con ference of William National Chairman Norman tieads the various bureaus of the national The conference was held in Bryans where he rested for a couple of hpure on his arrival here from Bryan told the national commltteemen that he felt convinced that the tide was still nlng strong for the Democratic flcket In a statement regarding conditions in the he has been speak ing for the last Bryan said There is mo state in the west where the changes aie not in favor of our and the reports ttiatwe get are not only they are in creasingly That Js the reports are more favorable now than they were one month ago and one month ago they were more favorable than they were two months Every thing we hear from the east increases the confidence that the Democrats feel in the success of the I am standing this campaign excel In the best I ever Vor an hour Bryan addressed the Business Mens National Bryan and Kern association in the parlors of the In the absence of Nathan Straus of Neiv the president of the Edward Qoltra of vice Straus wired that a member of his family had been taken suddenly 111 and this fact alone prevented his presence His which had been by Representative JoIepH RhlnocU Sit Sherman Speaks at excursion trains from many surrounding counties brought great crowds here to hear Sherman All the and places of business were profusely dec orated and almost the entire popula tion turned After an ttutomofclla parade and luncheon at the Plqua club Sherman was taken to the base ball where hU address was The candidate devoted hid speech to a review of Republican ac complishments during the last half He arraigned the Democratic party and Bryan for making many promises to the none ot he had been Presi dent Charles Fairbanks dtecuwed trusts in a speech last declar ing for an Investigation of corporations and thttlr regulation without Injustice to either capital or The vice president was the principal speaker at a Republican New Oct the exact itinerary of Judge Taft has not been definitely fixed the Information was given out nt Republican national head quarters that he probably will resume speaking tour early next tt is expected that be will spent one or two days In West New Jersey as before New York and Shoe Bostoni Thelen shoe manufacturers of this city and have made an assignment for the benefit of The liabil ities are estimated at between and half a The amount of the assets Is The firm 600 WORKMAN FIGHTS ARMYJjFJATTLERS Is Bitten Many Times But rills Ninety of Them the bites of poisonous diamond rat wltfi fought for JiojjjSj In which he killed ninety of the Jild eoua Howard a stank builder in the oil Held near lies in a Tulsa hospital in a ous His doubt 0 On the day of his with the snakes be was eating lunch af the noon hour near an oil tank he was working when his attention suddenly attracted by 4 hissing sound almost at bis He arose and turned around to find himself con fronted by two huge rattlers ia the at titude of springing on Grabbing a piece of gas ha struck one of the snakes and broke its This aroused other jvhioh came out from and Jofdan found himself in a den swarm ing with huge rattlesnakes which at tacked A terrible scrimmage fol lowed after which Jordan endeavored to go on foot to Rieferj a small town near but on the way was seized with convulsions and lapsed into un i Harry Garfleld a College Augustus Garfield of the class of son of President James was InductedInto the office of presi dent of Williams Seventyfive college presidents had accepted Invi tations to be present and the cere mony of Induction was wltneused men prominent in profep Detective Testifies Against The trial of Pat rick president of the Amal gamated Association of Street and Electric Railway and thir teen trolley strikers charged with de stroying property of the Chester Trac tion was enlivened by tho testimony of Frederick H private in tlie guise of an bucame intimate with Herelated many conversa tions with the defendants In ho thoy admitted committing overt Me declared he was pres ent at a meeting of the etrilfers when Shea told the men there was no use trying to fight tie state police with sticks and stones and advised them that dynamite was the only thing to The Cmrlibtd of Amcriu Hotel Rider Cambridge offers unusual attractions to the rest and pleasure A thoroughly modern beautiful unexcelled The Cambridge Waters have been highly by the most eminent physi cians for their curative and are especially recommended for dyspepsia and all other stomach Easily accessible from your Extremely low Accommodates 600 Booklet on OperntOTI
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