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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                1BIOB 8 CENTS LABORS FRIEND IS WE TAFT lie So Declares in Numerous Seeches in Ohio IS WEil RECEIVED republican Presidential Nominee Con eludes Days Work With an Address st Where Senator Dick Pre sides Over the Tart Labor Unions Are More Powenfu Than Ever Before Mainly Decisions Handed Down by Him While oh Federal Ohio heard William Taft as he from Cincinnati to Akron through a portion of the state con ceded to have been a Foraker strong With a portion of territory While there was not the same vim and snapto the enthusiasm which the candidate got In some por tlons of the ihe was listened to by large numbering thousands in many and what he said was well applauded and many oheers were proposed and executed with a will There were no shouts lor Bryan The Important speeches of the day were at and where In each Instance the candidate left the train to meet his Ini his Zanesvllle speech 1 Taft went after both Bryan and Bryan goes around the coun saying am the father of Injunc declared It is not I did not Invent Injunctions or Injunctions Jn labor But It Is quite natural that Bryan should make the mistake because In a let ter he wrote to the district attorney of he says he has not read ray said the Taft gave great em phasts to What he regarded as the ef fect of the decisions he had rendered on the Effect of His t laid down the law and I laid dlence down the upon which the labor organizations Membership Has They are not replied interests before as they have un der the law as 1 laid it down some ten or flfteetiyeflrs At Canal Dover while his la bor speech the candidate inter rupted hy an exclamation from the au Labor unions are country have since built up their pros perity and their usefulness and instead The labor organizations today of saying that I am an enemy they ognlze that I am one of the greatest benefactors labor has 1 decided a case against the Brotherhood of Engi neers and the brotherhood condemned In four years they got Into court In Louis and they had to cite my case to Induce the court withdraw the Injunction there because I had laid down the principles upon which they could could theiroffi could raise their could go on and conduct strikes under advice of the and In that case they on the authority of my deci the judge to withdraw his In junction and they went ahead and won the That same thing occurred In a court In Cincinnati and In a deci sion rendered In Benefactor of If you will examine the cases yon will find that Instead of being an op pressor of labor I am its I have been something besides a 1 had laborers under me on tihe Panama Of we had down We had the question of wages and I declddcl against the What did they do I gave them the reasons for de ciding the way I they elect ed me a member of their Why Because I am fair to Under that annunciation the trades unions have doubled in this never were in suoh a prosperous The American Federation of Labor has are rtore have moM have more have more lawful control than they ever had In their lives The Ameri can Federation ot Laborhas Increased Its numbers 100 per The Interna tional Typographical union In Its an nual report showed an increase ol from to They paid Jn five millions of They had In their treasury and they never had such prosperity or Influence In their lives and the basis upon which those organizations have been con structed are the legal lines which 1 laid down in my legal There I claim that there Is nobody In public life that has done more to gallze and give force and standing to labor unions than I At the Akron meeting Taft reit erated the points he had previously made on the labor question and broughtto his support recently piHimhed letters ot Daniel member of the executive council of the American Bederatlon of Labor and head of the International Longshore men aud Keefe to Support The candidate said the testimony ot Keefe was the more weighty be cause Keefe had ascertained his Tafts position on labor through con stant negotiations with reference to the Panama canal and In the candi dates capacity as secretary of Keefe closes his indorsement of BRYAN COUNTERS ON HUGHES More Soiiioiis for Trusts Than for tire People hEUALLSWCEflT FARE VETO Declares Governor Hughes Have Permitted to Decide Question of Reasonableness of That Being Left the People Without Any clares Hughes Always Clyes Corpo rations Benefit of Doubt Where Interestfl an ad dress at Bryan attacked the of Gov ernor Hughes of NcV York in defend ing the Republican dwelling on the difference between the two plat WAR STAVED OFF Austria Left to finjoy Territory In Prlneo as tte Czar o has made his triumphal entry into amid scenes ot patriotic Great Britain has from hor original position and is how willing that the proposed conference of the powers to settle the crisis in the East shall take under advisement othoi questions in addition to those involved garlan It Is noyt practi cally certain that the conference will be but Its scope has not yet been Austria still adheres strictly to the principle of A Turkish cruiser and three tor pedo boats have arrived at Saloulkl on the way to the of a Grecian This Is Turkeys answer to the proclamation by the Cretans of union with For the momotit there is little talk of war and Servia seems to b taking a calmer view of The Servian national assembly has n dorsed the governments policy and at the instance of the GOMPERS ISSUES APPEAL TO LABOR Declares Human Rights toe Us ing Undermined by Courts TRUST ATE 1st wa ah uual convention of the state council of the Daughters of Liberty here this morning Pelbdel died at St Francis hospital froni the1 effects of beinggored by a bull at the Ijerrs Island alias Ed was arrested here on the charge of murder Of Earl Waneker at cases Increased 100 per Gompers j Ta which the latter as salary has been Increased 60 per cent The labor organizations have nevei j reached the point of usefulness before that they now although yon would think from reading what Gompers has to say that they were In a condition of abject They have never exercised theuseful influ eace or the power In protecting Store Of lExclusive Styles Without A Doubt The Best Line of Gowns and Dressjr Tailored Suits and Evening Wraps In Our City Is Now Being Shown Here Our Motto Not How But How Good See Our Line Before State Street follows I shall support and vote tor who was admitted to member ship In the International Brotherhood of Steam Shovel and on account of his strong advocacy bfthe enforcement of the eighthour lay on all government work coming under the jurisdiction of the war I might say that Taft has done more to enforce laws In favor of organized labor than all his Hall was to Its ca pacity to hear Judge Taft and the wel come be the streets was The candidate did not refer to his speech this cfty three years he denounced the leadership George He said before his speech that there was no reason why he should take up that as the state had by Its own divorced the discus sion of national and municipal politi cal questions and the Cox Issue ot that with Terms relating to publicity of cam paign contributions discussed the propriety of President Roosevelt sup He said in part Governor Hughes of NeW York has been put forward as the champion of the Republican party to attack the Democratic remedy for trusts and the president seems to prefer the argu ment advancedby Hughes to the argument advanced by I can fairly that the argument presented by Hughes is not only the strongest argument that has been the strongest argument that be cause Roosevelt wouldNjiot pit him against our platform if he were not the strongest He has been sent through thewest to strengthen the Republican I desire to re mind you In the first that Hughes represents the eastern Repub not the western TwoCent Fare As an evidencethat Hughes is not In sympathy with western re forms you will recall that he vetoed a twocent passenger rate bill and he did this In spits of the fact that llcan legislature of New York passed the bllh The governors in the west ern states signed this bill and we are now enjoying the benefits of the two cent New York Is more Sickly he gave thebenefit of the doubt to the railroads in their contest with thp I will not say that he did this because of the contributions made to campaign fund by it is not necessary to assume that these contributions had any effect upon his Itis enough to know has been striving to maintain KILLS HATEFUL HUSBAND Girl Wife feays She Was Sold by Her Father For New she was sold for and forced by her father tu marry a man she did not love is the statement made by seventeenyearold Julia who last Saturday shot and killed Tony to whom was married four months The girl said had no regret for her I waa 111 and lying on the bed when he came in said He asked me why was not ready and I told him I was not well enough to get Then he ordered me to get up and close a I said I could not and he struck He beat and kicked me and taking out his saidhe would Mil I ran around him and the revolver and when he made as If be would stab me perform ing a solemn duty at this time In sup port of a political party labor does not become partisan to a political i ot diphtheria exist la party but partisan to a de1 Baggaley and and dares President Compere of the it is feared that the schools will have lean Federation of Laboi In a clrou j to close ri lar issued today regarding labors at1 divorce snltj titude In the He charge t ot Mrgc jliiry gcott Hartje against her that the Republican party and Its can Augustus afr dldate stand for further extending into cording to present be called this country a despotic government tie vested In the and that the Scranton Democratic party and Its candidate ssman joaeph Scranton died at V stand for government by law vested i Wg lft clty atter an In the The circular is ad general breakdown dressed to Men of Lovois ot proatiratlon laat Bummer be Human and says In part inr the cause many Republican party is step by step de lying in the local pool stroying government by law and sub on the flrst rise for Olncinnatl and the stltutlng therefor a government by have been looted by river she who determine what in their opinion is What Is whoIs guilty and what the punish ment shall Thisrevolution is de priving the workers of their rights as citizens nnjsUwlU inevitably be madfi applicable to the business man This virus and poison has in several instances entered upon the legislative field by making laws which may be enforced by equity Despotic power under the ermine is as danger ous Us despotic power under the The circular refers to Judge Taft the originator and specific of discretionary i i Gompers reiterates that there no fyolltieal office In the gift of the American elective or appoint that I would under any clrcum The position of Madellns body when found by indicated that he had Bredvupon from the back while he sat at the supper A knife was found on the WILLSON BEGS TO AWAKE Thaw Goes Back White Thaw will have to remainIn the hospital forlvthe criminal Insane at until f the court ot appeals shall decide whether he is en titled a hearing before a jury to de termine his A Home 53 Mercer Street Gillespie property now owned by Newell is Shored lor sale at a The property sold for above amount last year and is worth tTThis is an excellent to get a fine home time was In no way connected the national Issues of Senator Dick Warmly United States Senator Charles whose home Is In presided at the Music hall In his Intro duction of Judge Taft he mentioned Senator Porakers name In a list of others who had appointed the judge to political In doing so he said that Judge Taft had made good in every place he whether under the appointment of Forn McKlnley or The senator was warmly received by the also showed great friendliness for Judge Music hall was decidedly too small to hold the audience that applied for ad mission and those outside stayed to get a glimpse of the candidate when he came from the After the Music hall speech Taft was re ceived enthusiastically by several toun who had gathered In celebration of Columbus daywith an entertainment and Taft remained but a short time at the after which he went to the lome of The candidate was relieved In speaking by Senator William Alden 3mlth of Speeches were nade at Washington Court Jew New Iew Mas elllon and The days work Itself felt on he vocal chords of the He jegan with good voice and finished with considerable A day of equal strenuoslty Is scheduled for which will take the candidate rom Akron East anTall modern conveniences and centrally us an Offer GILLESPIE GilesHowsyour son gettln on up In Lunnon He tolls me hes got a job partly behind the counter and partly r out o that he did not act upon this aubject as Republican governors in the west acted and I care not explanation his friends If they say that he decided in favor of the railroads without any reference to the tions made by the railroadsit simply shows Hint he looks at questions from the standpoint of the than from the standpoint of the pa If he had signed the bill the railroads could have protected them selves by recourse to the but when he vetoed the bill the people had no Offers No It is not strange that he should op pose the Democratic remedy on the trust for he has never shown any interest in the correction of the evils that the trusts have brought upon the I will not say that this partiality for the trusts is due to the conrlhutlons made to his campaign fund by Hav Duke and It is not nec essary to assume that these contribu tions influenced him at It may be his natural disposition to take the side of the trust as against the His speech presents all the evidence nec essary to convict lack of sym pathy with the general Does he manifest any concern about the wrong done to the people by the trusts Not the Has he remedy None With Wm It is a subject ot amusement It is really too funny for anything to think that anybody should try to do If you will read his speech on this subject you Will me when I liken the situation to the case of a sick man who is about to try a remedy by a Dr Hughes comes In and says are you going to take that remedy Why that is ridiculous Is ant retires from the room laughing and leaving the patient without a rem edy and without a 1 the patient is not really sick tba might be hut what do you think about U the patient sick o no If the trusts are doing no hart of no remedy is needed U the crusts are doing harm then whj does not Hughes propose some And Put Down intimidation and Boycott what appens when the door y WEATHER Western Ohio Fair and warmer Tuesday and nesday Wait Virginia Fair ana warmtr Uiing Attack on Hemenway and In speec at Mount Spence tire statement United iald Neither moqoment of engageroont There U no of this nemocratlo state made the charge that Jdaep Cannon ed States Senator James Hemen way of are workln hand In glove with the great stee trust Clairrt New x Chicago Grain liberal Increase In the visible supply of In the United States and Canada caused weakness in the wheat market here closing quotations showing net declines of oats and pro visions were also December op tions closed offering reward for the apprehension and onvlction of the gang of night riders hoattacked In is home in Hlckman county last week nd slew his wife and two chil Governor Willson made an ex reme appeal to the people of the tate to arise In their might and put own such The governor ays If two or three men had gone to his poor cabin murdered this amlly the crime would have shocked lumanlty with its revelation of in irediWe wickedness brutality and das ardly That a larger num sixty menrjolned in such a crime multiplies Its cowardliness and wickedness fifty fold and makes every member ofthe band gUilty of murder n the first the wick edest and most inhuman murder conceivable In This crime and the stain on Ken tucky of the murder of four helpless Eirlsoners at both by jands of night is an outgrowth and the logical result of the toleration of night rider crimes In the It Is only one remove from civil war and the very safety of our Institutions and what we have of civilization Is In and the only salvation for the name and honor and character of Ken tuclty is for the whole people to rise up In their might to save their uphold their law put down Intimidation and pro scription wherever they dare show Pltttburg 3 yellow 50@14.00 Ohio New full 30 14 Receipts 175 loads market slow and prices 25 to 40c tidy common to good fat good fresh cows and common to Sheep and Receipts 37 dou ble decks market Prices 40o lower on sheep and 50c lower on Prime good fair cull ind veal heavy and f Receipts 75 double market Prime heavy yorfc light Lynched Negroes Still A special from states that the citizens of Lulu would not allow the bodies of the Jim and Frank who were to be cu1 down until the train Bookej Washington arrived from Helena The negroes were returning froni where they heard Washingtons when they became Involved in the trouble that resulted in the lynch ot PemqcriUp carry the state by and Bryansplu rality In the state will reach Little France said to be an heiress to a fortune wa kidnaped while on the street with he girl wa In of Automobile audltaken away after th MrsCaroline Mitch had been knocked rates of many thousands of dollars worth of hy Evangelists Davis and a parade composed of almost young i women traversed the principal ot Latrobe following a lecture to k women on What a Woman Ought to Ruth Early sister of Geperal Jubal Early of the Confederate Is dead f Nash was the wife of the Ute Samuel Nash and tihe of the Early generation of the rnous Virginia hotel who stabbed by his is They had been drlnkr f Ing together and dlmevtell on the floor there was an argument which 5 resulted In the J f ol Austrlans here and In the Mahontng flfjii valley will return to the fatherlandJn view of the expected the All present A take up arm trlan sixtvseven years known dled suddenly heart He had home from a neighbors and was with his wife when suddenly pitched forward to floor passed away In a few age Mlled In the Brie railroad where he had been a foreman thirty He was the father of Miss Anhm private secretary to Helenj and Joseph Halnen of superintendent of power on the Southern Ocfc Judge Kunkle has declared InvaHd the nemt nation papers of U tfce candidate of the Righteous Gorem party for senator In the CanArlt county but gave The defect In toe papers WM that the vouchers old not know per sonally the This will be j V v the New Haven marsh northeast ot Bucyrus Wiled a number ot longing to the Fannerr pany of The company acres of the week It shipped Inn lot of fcw n the night heal of eded into the of the animals got onto tfee burning petchee where the flames smoldered under we The cattle broke tkrwugk the jrust Into the beds of coals liter A ally routed i and 1 The Hurry said a Princeton had little sympathy with the ush and hurrythat the American Business man so complacently no sympathy with train and boat dic with the lunch table the letter phonograph and the other Dont rush Cleveland once said to Lightning might do a great deal more If It wasnt In such an awful The Which would you call more potable the prlma donnaa debut or her rare well Her Wouldnt you Dont know that I She make but one debut OneThlndkeft your entire pa have Archibald Goni through everything Scapegrace Nepb uncje bift th bankruptcy A woman may not be logical undertakes to iut U only pretty enough that any earthly Of the light that Object some are taken ap by others re reflect tbeexplanatlon of Foir a Bheet of white paper to wh cause all the of reflected from wbUtOw sunflower is yellow becawe light falls on It the green rays aw and yellow The reflective WW by the the color This Is an explanation ly nil the colors that Water common PoUon bewlock In lock to a deadly plW 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