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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ji ESTABLISHED OCTOBER PRICE 2 CENTS PER Mm PICTURED AS QUACK DOCTOR Hughes Ridicules Remedies of the Commoner HE URGES THEIR REJECTION Bryan continues His Tour jn Illi nois and Missouri and U Greeted Everywhere Enthu siastic Attacks President For Mixing In Campaign and De clares iHlmielf Advance Agent of Taft Would Be Powerless to Institute Webb through Southeastern Kansas along the borders of Governor Hughes 6t New York urged the defeat oit the Democratic candidate for presi dent among tht employes of oil smelting farmers and zinc min To the worldngmen Governor Hughes asserted that an attempt it to Introduce hli campaign would Inevitably lesult la financial depression and a closing of while the Republi can platform promised a continuance of present Speaking orv Bryan and his nostrums before a large audience in Webb Gov ernorHughes said years ago Uncle Sam was sick and there came bustling up a physician who wantedto prescribe for He had an attractive personality he waa a fluent If anyone could sella patent medicine he Uncle Sam said What Is It you want to give me The do6tor said You must take free 16 to 1 that Is absolutely necessary for your If you dont take It you will Uncle Sam Is careful and he said Well take this Into the laboratory CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Without A Doubt The Best Line of Gowns and Dressy Tailored Suits and Evening Wraps In Our City Is Now Being Shown Here Our Motto Not How But How Good and well analyze it and see what Is in they took It in and they found H was rank So Uncle Sam con sulted MeKlnley and took atontc and he has been vigorous ever Carrie Back With New A few years later the same doctor j came around Uncle Sam said Arent you the man that nearly killed me a few years ago and It appeared that he was the Uncle Sam thought that he did not want any of And the docljr said We must find a new and he travoljd around thp world and came back with great prestige and said to Uncle Sam What you need is government owner ship of Uncle Sam threw up his hands and said We cant stand And so we have now some new proposals and they art just as dangerous as those offered to Uncle There are va ried some ot minor Impor tance and some of great One of the chief proposals that di rectly affects the business of the country Is that there should be a pro hibition preventing any manufactur ing concern from making more than BO per cent of any article produced In the United Imagine what be the effect If any arbitrary prohibition of that sort were put Into our we are going to have pros perity In this country we cannot afford to experiment with We must Our Line Before the pfttifc of He declared that there never better time than now for the ftepwbllcans to predict a panic should be They Could scare people In he but not He closed Wttn a Severe arraign FRANCIS JOSEPH DUPEJJFKAISER German Emperor Gorged With Plotting Present Crisis SOUGHT REVENGE ON ENGLAND have wise and experienced leadership They Include speedies at that upbuild and i 15 Knoxville ment of the president tor Interfering In a fair fight between himself and his RepubUcftfi Roose he aaljii has nad seven years and now he Utrytng to control another he demanded that the president neglecting his official duties tofurther the candidacy of Tattand President RoosiSyelt will have a con sultation in where the Russian Foreign Minister Arrives In candidate will spend In arranging nte future wOrkin the the task the can didate devoted It was found more than otherwise that the Sunday In question should be spent in the national tfapltal and probably much of that day will be spent at the White U After the three In TUPS day and Wednesday bf Taft will turn his attention to the remaining three days of the The Ohloan let It be known that he was In no sense chasing rain bows in his intended tour of the but had heretofore made prom ises that should he go on the stump he would speak Incertain southern He will fceqp these My faith In Taft and In the Re publican policies prompted me to come out here to support Bryan Addresses on the same platform from which Taft only a few days ago delivered an Bryan denounced Pres and Teiuu 16 Greens and The meeting atRichmond will take place Saturday night and at Its conclusion the special make for Washington to remain until Mon day It has been decided that jaryan denounced rres ident Roosevelt for the Trenton and shall have campaign in behalf of assertthe candidate for meetings on ed that Taft could give no promise after which he return for of real reform and attacked the a night meeting jn Baltimore and then publican as he westward sneaking the injustice to the laboring man and the In West Virginia and then people When the special train bearing the devote 21 and the sue ceeding three to springs and presidential candidate into the station a great crowd cheered him vo but upon his arrival at wells through thB country districts of Knox where the platform was the Allegheny have recently de he faced one of the largest au diences that ever assembled Bryan said that Justice bad been his theme twentyeight years ago and was Ms theme He said he would hpwrbn A Home 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property now owned by Newell is offered for sale at a above amount last year and is worth is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniencesjand centrally Make us an Offer TJ GILLESPIE London and Will Endeavor to Unite With England and France In Effort to Checkmate Germanys Servian People Demand That King Peter Declare War on Austria or Abdicate In Favor of His tria Well Prepared for Journal des Debats publishes a letter from what H calls au unusually wellinformed source1 describing the Balkan situa tion as a veritable plot of which Em peror William Is the rear with Baron von the Austro Hungarian foreign a willing It was the emperors object to humiliate Great Britain as a friend of the new regime In Turkey and at the same time to inflict a blow on the Young whose ascendancy party was appealing for He then spoke concerning publicity of campaign contributions before elec tion and ridiculed Taft for ex pressing a personal Inclination to ward that proposition and not coining out squarely for Following a de nunciation of Speaker Cannon and tho Republican vice presi dential for stifling in the house of representatives legislation that would benefit the he took up the labor The crowd was moved to roimlng cheers when he de clared that the Democratic party in sisted upon Justice to those who Quotes Abraham The Republican he has allowed the lobbyists of corporate interests stifle labor leglsj and he Informed his hearers j that the Democratic1 partys remedy was to deal with the laboring man as a human being and not as a mere piece of I We aie not that a man made In the image of his Crea with heart and brain and shall be dsgraded to the level of dol lars and That great statesman who was engaged In debate in this place In Abraham a year after he spoke here wrote a letter to some people in Boston and in that let ter he said that the Republican party believed In the man and the but that in case of conflict it in the man before tho Bryan said that the Democrats bo Ueved that that was the proper rela tion between money and He then spoke at some length in support of tha proposition to grant trials by jury In cases of indtroo Advance Agent of Bryan announced himself as the advance agent of prosperity and bitterly assailed the president and Taft ns a member of his Jc veloped a noticeable increase In the amount of Some of the farmers consider a sure sign ol wet weather that no rellel can be expected inlJpes of prolonged drouth the springs crossing the tracks ofthe Panhandle railroad at Colliers station Al and William Dalvls completed for a meeting between Iswolsky and Sir Edward Iswolsky will remain In London for several days and it Is expected that there will be frequent conferences at the foreign office during his stay oil the Near Eastern Island ot Official Information from Candla IB to the effect that the militia lias taken the oath of fidelity to Greece and that the authorities have stopped the move ment of villagers to the towns of the Austria Is Well military preparations are so complete that should It be found which is not men could be thrown across the Servian frontier in twentyfour There are men In garrison near the Drlna river between Bosnia and Ser vla ready for any of the boats of a Bulgarian which runs a steamship line between Con stantinople and narrowly es caped serious trouble as a result of flying the new Bulgarian royal which Is unknown among the nations of the The steamer attempted to enter the Bosphorus and the ob not knowing her fired two blank shots across her bows Thereon the steamer turned around and GIRL FIANCE IN PRISON Horse Figure in Case BRIDETOBE SHOT TO DEATH en nouucement from across the water that Miss Katherlne Elkins would become the bride of the Duo dAbruzzl on 10 Is positively denied by her Stephen EMPEROR FRANCIS threatened the German Influence In the and Bulgaria were drawn the writer of the letter from that Island of The battleship Prince of flag were struck by a freight ship of Prince Louis of Stansbury was caught on the pilot of the cruisers the locomotive and carried down the track for several The rig was completely demolished the horses es caping Davis was SMILES OF WOMAN CAUSE BLOODSHED Kills His Brother Is Himself Slain the re sult of a husbands jealousy two men are dead and another seriously wound J ed at the old Fair farm at six miles from Edward Fair and wife and Allen called on their Tucker While there Edward Fairs at tention was attracted to what he re garded an unusual friendliness be tween his wife and his brother Angeied by their he hur ried from the Kosey home and pro cured a gun to avenge his fancied in Upon his return to the Posey home he shot and instantly killed his brother and turned the gun upon his but was prevented from shoot ing her by the Interference of Tucker who received the shot Intended for the During tie struggle that followed Posey took the gun from Fall striking him upon the killed him The Fair brothers were sons of tbe late Cartel one of the best known men of this Diana and Suffolk and the torpedo boat destroyers Angler and Banshee have sailed for the Aegean The squadron will be followed later by the Canopus and the cruiser i Servians Yearn For square was the scene of renewed dem onstrations by the They were directed mainly against the gov the demonstrators demand ing the resignation of the The already stromj movement against King Peter is in strength and the organizers of it are demanding that he either declare war against AustriaHungary or abdicate In favor of his Crown Prince The members of the or national are arriving for an extraordinary session of that BY LAIRDJSKIBO Caraejle Contributes to Repub lican Campaign Fund New The fact that Andrew Carnegie has contributed 000 to the campaign fund of the Re publican national committee Is an nounced by State Chairman Woodruff also announced that Russell Sage has vto the aarne f have Found In Road With two lets through the of Hard at Work en Mysterious Murder of Beautiful Fac tory Lover Declares He Can Prove an Lover May Have Committed the Crime to Prevent Her an r usual energy the police authorities are endeavoring to unravel the mystery of the murder of Ora twentyone years a handsome factory Whose pierced by two was found on the road between Wads worth and the hamlet of Custard Hook Guy the man whom Miss Lee was to have married de tained by the sheriff pending develop ments of the police Rasor denies all of tragedyand In support of his denial exhibits a marriage procured at Wooster on The body of the young wag found by Charles a cousin ot Ouy as he passed along the road in the early hours of the Two bullets had entered the girVa one piercing the while the second crashed through between the eye and No positive motive for the murder of the pretty young woman yet haa come to The band of led by Marshal that hurried to the scene of the murder as soon as word of the tragedy met Guy Rasor on the road walking to ward v The police theory is that MUs IMS was killed while riding In a buggy with a male The principal that led to the detention of Ouy is Jtte the the was committed areplainly Wo but small sums are coming In from various v George treasurer of the national Republican when asked about de clined to discuss saying that he would publish of all the ooiitrl buttons made to the Republican com mittee after An appeal for contributions to the Republican national campaign fund o each from business men has been issued by New national committee Is preparing to an nounce next week the amount of its campaign fund and the individual con tributlons of amounts of and ove ancf the Which have been com piled to date and sent here from Chi show that the campaign fund is a little more than Of this fund something more than been collected from contributors with oTThe Denver con ventlon is the total fund now In m tne Democratic This session is being awaited with In1 u learned that the tense The AustroHungarian legation herej is strongly guarded by center of dip lomatic Interest In the Balkan situa tion has bean transferred from Paris to London by the arrival here of Russian minister of for eign who purposes a conference with Sir Edward the British minister of foreign concerning the situation and particularly wlfh re gard to a concortof the powers to set j tie Important Conference In The Russian minister was mot at the station by Count the Russian and a represent ative of the foreign with the were fourteen Individual there have been contributors of There have been no con tributions of sums between and to The Denver headquar ters of the national committee has col lected which is said to Include a check of from former Senator William Clark of The smallest contribution received was one which came in the mail from Chair man Mack said that he did not know thatv4he New York headquarters had made publ1 any campaign contribu tions or the amount of the campaign The campaign contributions will be made known officially on and all 1 can say is that I wish we had all the money they say the fact that one of Rasors horses has a shoe missing from one ot front feetCRasbr refused ajiy wt nation concerning this feature of He declares lie can prove ftW alibi Another police theory It that a for the affections of Miss Lee mar have shot the girl on learning of her marriage to Miss Lee left Wadeworth ostensibly to prepare for her When the body was found the hands were folded over the breast and the legs straight ened out as if the corpse had been carefully arranged after The girla suitcase was on the ground be side Her handbag was still on her right and in her left hand ahe clutched a There was no evidence of a A hun dred yards from the body tracks in the dust Indicated where a horse and buggy had been tied to the Rasor apparently IB tywed with He declares the last time be saw his fiancee was Wednesday night when they went Chicago Cfrafn war aoare caused an advance of more than 1 cent In price of wfeMt on the local exchange but taftsr realizing sales mate rially reduced the iflanl quota tions showing advances of to oats and provisions closed December options closed Dayton In federal court has adjudged Creed Collins of one of the leading business men of Ritchie and the Collins a large lumber The Collins companys liabilities are listed at and assets at Sale Now Going Everything Going If You Wish Bargains Come LURI Successors To JOHN BENNINGHOFF 4 4 M I ii   

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