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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania Sfc afltABLISHHD OCTOBER PftlCB 3 CENTS ES MEETS j ANONYMOUS FOE the very of Bryans old I This assertion was made by Oov ornor Hughes York tj the vot ers of Kansas Ifa speaking Hour In the fctatf that ettitolnated j i u1 at Topers handbills opposing and mentioning the New York been distributed In the It was not Indicated ot the whose authority they had been Governor Hughes said Atfacking Him Scat tered Among His Audiences GOVERNORS ANGER AROUSED Thit if Motlvei fle Aipcnied After His at Governor Then There i No Use In Trying to SerVe Yorks Chief apeikt it Eight Points la Ridicules Bryans Former Sil ver i for Bryans new proposals and Wljl support the next of trie heir Governor Hughe JpiHte M towns j While tfbliig through the middle to raiirOid Operators and I talKini to he people on the of thfi Sathpalgn I have not In TAt afiir leaving St dulged in jSBjtsonal nor have I j madp lihy upon the motives 6r fcUEiaoler Of otir ftow I find myseif followed by efforts to cre ate by scurrilous Inslnua When I was nominated gov ernor of1 I hailed my flag to the most and there It has boon float Iflfr even I stood for favors to none and to I stood against fortn of special privilege at the berise Bf the public I stood alnst every effort to pervert the ma Governor Ing finger at a croW of working declared Cont let anybody tell you Tafthi not the frlead of taft has Ifcbor than df While With sleerea ling some of your rtaor tHfci Dag had his coat the hardest Jobs that confronted When the governor arrived In Wich ita the announcements for his recep i tlon read MKHughes wilt be wel corned by a four brass cltlzena on horseback and a few on j arrival zl Governor Store Of Exclusive Styles Without A Doubt The Best Litie of Gowns and Dressy Tailored Suits and Evening Wraps In Our Is Now Being Shown Here OurMotfo Kot How But How Good See Our Line Before State Street Inery of government to selfish pur As Boon as I was Inducted Into ijprepared a plan for the effec tive regulation of our public service prevent depredations and public The reactionary forces everybody that Is desirous to have license to prey on the trying to down me and rebuke tny after the toll and work of the last two It Is possible success fully to asperse my motives and offi cial Action there Is no use In trying to serve the A Home S3 Mercer Street The Gillespie property how owned by Newell is offered fpr sate at a property sold for abbys amount last year and is worth is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home modern conveniencesjand Make us ah GILLESPIE GLYCERIN HAULED SPEED Team Drawing Ekpioslro Runs In Village Street Clinton north of Is on the map to day Is purely Last night when the town folks were out for a stroll and all was serene a team hitched to a wagon loaded with 100 Quarts of ran away on the main John driver for a was re turning from Che country when he was accosted by a friend at the Hanker left erstwhile gentle beasts stand and began to An automobile ctktrie The horses took a were plunging through the town at a mad Bverypne knew out fit As rounded a corner the struck a scattering the in all jinuiih The teanVraii The wagon The cans rolled It was all ARISTOGRADY Bryan Declares That the Issue lii This Campaign to Speak In Ghalrman Hitchcock said that Inasmuch as Taft In Ohio next weelt hear West Virginia he bad arranged to have the candidate at VtTieel Ing on the night of The chair man hopes to have in Louisville next Thursday Charge of Favoritism tary of the Pierce Ws givdn out a statement as ab solutely false1 charges of favoritism oy the secretary of interior In t4o granting r a to the Prairie Oil and Gas Alter V Lady want to stop the divorce Lawyer you salfl your an beastly brute and you wanted to be ofhim nt any cost yes I But now an automobile has run over and I want you to stnrt suit for Lipplncotts He What do you menu by smoking my young man queried the stern father of a precocious Mnmma said If 1 tensed tho cat again shed make me smoke for explained ttu and 1 teased her Aftnr It Is the Imponderables tnnt move the electricity AGAIN AS SAILS ROOSEVELT Charges Him With Using Power of Secure Election of Addresses Students of the Uni It Doesnt Make Much Difference Whether a Man Wins pffice or Not 80 Long as He Is on Right temporar ily bridged the political chasm which separated them and shaken hands with his Republican William Democratic candidate for the again sallied forth and re sumed Not only Taft bub President Roosevelt came In for a severe verbal at his Bryans principal remarks were made at Nortltwe8ternunlverBlty He first dwelt at some length on the de slrabllity of good I want you to believe he that Iam more help you than I am that He It little to ihe world whether any was elect ed to the that It did make a great deal of difference Wheth er the government Iroperly con ducted and ideals of the people as citizens worthy Quoting from Bryan there were just two parties In every country and ihat wherever speech two parties would he those parties democratic and He said he wed the word democratic In the larger sense Irt which JefferSon used when he said that the democratic party would draw to Itself those who believed In the people and trusted the while the aristocratic party would to Itself those whodid not beWeveln the feo ple and did not the It is true here and It Is true Voters Bryan charged that can leaders were not going Iritho di rection that thepeople of the Republl can party wanted to and he pro ceeded to present arguments In sub stantiation of his in re jecting the of campaign funds before he publican leaders of the convention June last betrayed the rank and flle of their own party and mis represented the voters of the he Baidi had repudiated the action but had gone half way and favored publicity of campaign contri butions after He attacked Tafts position on the trusts and labor question and warned his hearers that they need not expect remedial legislation should the Repub lican party be kept In power Oiice again he flayed President Roosevelt for as he in the The vlgorousriess with which he spoke aroused the crowd to The Jie had violated both the spirit and the letter of the civil service law by Intimidating the several hundred thousand President Should Stand I have no corporation behind he I have had no rich rel atives to furnish money for the cam I had but one thing to rely upon and that was my advecacy of j things that Tbelleve and that the pie of my party I have made my fight I stand as the represent ative of millions of people who believe as I andI say to the president that he should stand aside and let his man and me fight It out before the Ameri can The reference to Taft as man caused a ripplp at laughter the Continuing ttrran said that he believed the presi dents Interference violates a sense of justice that can be found In every Minvin and t have a right to criticize thin abUse of the candidate declared long before hjs hearers ever heard his endeavoring to amend the so to re move froth the president the tempta tion to use the Office for his own atn Reveals His I tried to get an amendment that would make president Ineligible for reelection and I have said In three campaigns that it elected I would not be a for lieve that when a man occupies that officfe and holds in His hand the peo ples power he ought not be templed to use Itfor his own I be lieve that he to he ever read to devote himself to the welfare of his country and not to concern about the nomination of his If I am elected I want to tear from my heart every selfish ambition and for four years give to my country whatever ability I that I may work to make this againa govern ment In which the people rule and un every citizen shall draw from society a reward proportionate to the service he renders his fellow maaV i LEADING STEREOTYPER DEAD American Press Association Loses Master Now foreman of the American Press Asso ciations stereotyping died at home in after a brief He leaves a widow and six j Kerwinwas a native of and fortysix years of He entered the employ of the American Press As sociation as a young man twentyfive years Kerwin was master of his trade and recognized as one of best stereoptypers In the SERVIANS DEMAND u WAR WITH AUSTRIA Annexation of Bosnia Arouses National Spirit f v Great crowds again surrounded the palace shouting for war and for the king to Finally King accompanied by the crown tOfrhe balcony and implored the peo ple not to cause He said Trust me and my government both will do their The crowd cheered the but continued to War with Aus tria government has stopped Issu ing for foreign travel to those eligible for military All of the Belgrade newspapers threaten King Peter with the loss of his throne unless he takes up the The Prayda exhorts say ing rescue Bosnia woe to you and yours If Bosnia is not The Polltica says We can depend upon men in all of all of Montenegro and all of The statement is made in the news papers that the reigning prince of Mon tenegro has sent a message to King in which he is quoted as say ing When the Servian army marches to the banks of the Drlna my army will advance against Wealthy merchants are the king money for the needs of war and ladies are contributing f LIES FOB A vid IN Riot Convictions jury in the case of Abraham alleged mob charged with destruction of property during the returned a verdict of not Ray mer had previously been acquitted of murder In onnectlon with the lynch ing of an aged The acquittal in view of evidence and the of lne court Is taken to nqiT convctoiva cannot be obtained in the remaining riot Wilbur Wrlflht Noted Persons Aloft With Le tests now betfcg made by Wilbur the American continue to attract a large crowd of and that there Is a large measure of confidence In Wrights work and In his aeroplane IB evidenced by the fact that many of the moat prominent Paul the 1810 convention of the SfotBAlS hood of LdnOmotlve Eugiridmen and t 1 HaUhdeti ton i wellknown Jackson dropped dead while preparing to hitch up a team Sidney 1 local option election in Shelby county in uuctb luaiij ui iua UJUai yi uiuiunui 1U OUUfcUJ IoauiWUi4U officials gathered here to Witness the for the They carried trials are eager to take the passen gers seat In the The aeroplanlst made several flights which were witnessed by dowager Queen Margarita of and among his passengers were Lieutenant Gen eral BadenPowell of the British Count a chamberlain to the Russian emperor Bollee the county by a majority ot 939 alleged to weigh in some cases hun dreds Of pounds too much the city scifes are being probed by a com mittee of i oit un known origin damaged the Marietta to me Kussidn emperor BOUBB t T r and Commandant director I Phtonorfraph combany TMs of the military aerostatic park at During these which were not of great kept his machine comparatively close to the except the flight In which toe carried Commandant when he ascended to height of sdventynve Later Wright was presented to the dowager who warmly congratulated A pub lic subscription has been opened at Mans with the object of presenting a testimonial to CHAMPION TRAMP IN TOWN A 1 Pays His Annual Visit to the championtramp of the known also as the gentleman is In So far In his twentyfive of nomadic Ufa hb hae revealed hIB true It will be a secret to his dying tcimbritoni that he has bought and had erected In a cemetery at where he has remains shall be will bear this simple epitaph A the Resting at champion tranip said last night le had traveled miles since be had takett to the Slncor he has traveled He fairly glows with the pride of a professional when be saye that he has never paid out more than for railroad fares He speaks French and Spanish He has made himself invaluable to railroad companies by agents of defective car wheels anrt equipment in time to prevent serloua He dresses at the height of fashion walking about the cities he in the amount of ihioreahan was done vaiuaible Dlateglass windows in High atreet some time during the by used either a diamond or a cut strike of has been made on near West that com munity Is all excitement as a Tihe Carznlchael Oil company owns leases on about acres in that fires are raging in Verrion township on the Edward Scowden farm near A message fronj Wayne town says a threatening fire has got under dangerous headway In that Octj man age rigbuild er in the oil was found blown to pieces at the foot of Catherine He had been in poor health and had threatened He is sup posed to have used hunt ing near Findlay Jule age of was accident ally shot and When found he was iu an unconscious condition his gun at his side and soon The charge had entered his her hus William a farmer of Pine has not to her knowl edge and belief taken a bath in the entire eleven years she has been mar ried to Erny secured a divorce from him with t f s one ot the largest concerns of the kind in the Ohio kens iron and Steel company pinned a Taft button on the outside of each pay envelope it gave The CoMesrllle boiler workers will follow suit Shay of Sidney was sentenced to one yeaic In the penitentiary on a charge of sending a blackmailing letter to Wil liam a wealthy merchant of aMney Patterson wati fined for asaauHlng At torney Nelson who desired to remove papers from Pattersons when the squire felled him with a hatchet t Mu a driver age was run ovaf by a dinky engine at the gudrite of the Prick com pany and instantly He sat on the track and fell f and Ida residing on a farm near were marrted f RuBseii IB an id4 The woman was hli J threci empty box cars standing on the siding between Jeannette and Beon were causing a of i A spark from a passing engine believed to have fired hairtily cutting her shoe off her foot ProfMMr Robert Wail saved the life of hie Professor and Wall were along tracks when Walls foot became caught In a switch frog at almost moment a train came in r Grain f of 1 to 4H in the price of wheat on the exchange todayas a result of an active general demand based chiefly on recorHtortftk Ing sales of Hour at oats and provisions also DeCenfter options closed M 18 Supply light market tidy common to good fat JV3 f v 3 yellow Ohio Cheese New York full 4 good fresh cows common to and Sheep and fair mar ket steady on sheep and lower on Prime good fair culls and 2 veal heavy and Hogs Receipts 30 double decks market and prices on pigs and 40c lower other We Makes Cowards of Us Is nothing from which eyeu the bravest man shrinks BO pitifully as the lancet of the evert when It Is wielded by the moat iklllfPl ot his M M M M M 4 4 M M t M t M M M M M O Mff T 4 T 4 it M GO Sale Now Going Everything Going If You Wish Bargains Come LU To JOHN BENNIN6HOFF 4 f j H f J 4 M H HfH t t 1 1 M t ft f f M M t t f 44 ffH M M
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