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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                V f EMiNC ESTABLlSHEp 1891 TAWTALKSTO7 OHIO WORKMEN Receives Cordial Reception on Second Days Tour PL i i I ot The present 3aV upon tiiat basis they had grown prospered Until today they were stronger than Hla Most Effective This meeting Taft considers the most effective he hfla had oil his pres infl Is Sor support nie for Ihe presi dency bedtime he says he has found In his dealings with me we have had a good many that 1 was just nnd fair to interests that he r dont want to submit letters of on recommendation for the but this discussion seems to involve HUGHES iuj MUCH AGAIN THE CUBS WALLOP TIGERS by the candidate his big ings were at Lo UIOITP nirifriliin niOTDinT Cleveland and Bast VISITS uLhVtLANU Ulolntul At Loratn a cheer for when the candidate mentioned his name in Connection With the labor cases he had Whefe He Speaks to Large Considers This the Most Meeting Has Yet COn eludes His Days Work at East Liv Where Delegations From three Aisemble to Hear Tells Pottery Workers They Must Better Slast In the midst of the steel and iron district of Olevelarid Wllllain Taft command aid the closest attention of an immense proverbially regarded ao the hardest place In the state of Ohio for a political speaker to obtain a respect ful The details of the meet a The immense tent in which It was held was reached by a fourmile automobile ride through Cleveland and Ithe audience patiently waited thehalt hour delay caused by the lateness of the candidates When Taft appeared he was He began at once to talk With that earnestness which caused implicit He showed from his viewpoint why it was that tke American workman needed the pro tection of the tariff and what had been the result wten we had not hal xthat Taft followed this with a detailed account of his own personal experience with the labor He explained that the decl Ke had rendered while on the bench lor which he was now con denned Bryan and Oompers were nlOSt eneCllVB no UHa liau Uil Olll HUB ent trip because of the character of some issueas to wheiherI am an op the its known Demorcatlc pressot of labor and t Socialistic the cess he had In rWeting breftkta8tthat I am not engaged In WhHe fourteen audiences were ad1 that wh1ch s the backbone of the the laboring Democrat Wfth a Small I am democratic In t ama real I am not referring to Mils historical designation thAt does handled while on the Inspired Taft to pay his compliments to Debs as a presidential Debs Is a he said when the applause died Debs is He Is opposed to the Insti tutions of the country as they have been established the PJe has a right to be if he provided he accomplishes his alms by legal and uonvlolent Tlieru fore 1 am not going to criticize In Cleveland after Taft had re viewed his labor record he recalled that he had been made a berof the He I received an invltar tion from a contracting up in Ore member of the trades union to go Into busdness and work one of their steam but I said that certainly until the third of November 1 had a job and after that I would communicate with them Quotes Keefe So I have had a good deal to do with as secretary of We have a great deal to do with dredges and the enforcement of the eighthour Oompers is one of the exec utive council of the AmerlcanFedera tlon of Labor and I get the Impression that the whole Federation of Labor was delivered body and soul by Gom pers to the Democratic party and to butIt seems there are some the head of the Longshoremens with perhaps a number of my ac quaintances are does not jfalnk thai I am a He the Jegal labor or HOUSE not mean by reference to par I sympathize with the men that by manualJabor are building up this and to any that 1 am opposed to their organizations and trades unionism Is to say what is utterly for 1 have studied the I have to study Itas I have had to study It as an1 exechti cer affecting labdr and labor and I am strongly In favor of I believe they have done a great service to labor In eleyatlne Its In entibllnij them to nipet capital on a level and secure juste for In enabling them 4o to conurnss and state legislatures nnd secure Uelslntlon In their behalf and I think it would be a sorry day for this country If labor organizations vvuie uol but while I am In favor of combinations of labor as In favor of combinations of capital which secure economy In reduce the cost of pro ductionfor thebenefit of the public and ought to be the per mission to combine labor andthe per i mission to combine capital puts moat I powerful instruments In the hands of a fewmen with that Imniense power they have a corresponding re sponslbillty and therefore they must ihe most see that that power i i is exercised across the lines of I Big Rally at East A trlstate rally Is what the Taft special ran Republicans andmarching clubs from Pennsylva WestVirginia and Ohio towns thronged the filled the largest theater and compelled an openair over flow In discussing the issues Taft made a specific statement with reference to the revisionon the pottery 62 per cent of the and toilet pottery of the country being maflufiictured The trou Taft was with tarifl administrative act under which it was asserted Bryan to Laugh Aisb If Are j by all the Demofcratlo candidates for I state offices wlfthlthe exception ofone or William f Bryan campaigned B Uninlncc In in hisown stati and at this place SlUggGrS completed the flijst of his three days toiir Big crowds greeted him at every and when his days work WAS dyer he had delivered twentyone His arguments were confinednfostly to answering the statements of and whoiecefitly visited The audteneeiyyere mostly farmers and the candidate fre quently t6 loud The waa through mi erous In Bryan Giv ernor VisSnot the kind of man to give ttdvTce people who wanlod governor of carao out here to tell plan Is ridiculous and over the state and all huighed so heartily at the of our plan that he get himself in a condition t6 suggestItoy plan tt may be ernor Hughes matter for the people oi this All of you whotnirffe that we do not need a remedy ckn laugh with Gov erhof for he tMnks that we do not need fut If you believe we need a remedy you be satis fied bt a man who proposes Aid Oovernor tiAmake fun of is the samsQov Store 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 See Our Line Before Hughes passenger bill Ini the state of New a thing thatayour governor would not a in favor for you are all paying two cents now instead bf And yet down in New where the popula tion is thicker than it is out after that bli was passed by a Repub lican Governor Hughes ve toedUt and he is not the kind of a man to give advice td people who want remedial Super intendent of Banks Seymour has com pleted his newjform of Hands of Mordecai Brown SUMMERS HAS ONE BAD INNING In Which He Passes Two Men and Is Hit Runs Scored Off His Delivery and One Off Who Relieved Him In theNinth In More Victory For the Cubs Will Settle the Championship Question For This Game at Detiolt Standing of the 1 1 3 Todays game at Chicago crept one game closer to the worlds baseball championship by defeating Detroit 3 to Chicago has now woo three games ot the series tfs compared with one annexed by Ed dle and Miner the premier pitcher of the Chi opposed each other and the latter had die better of the argu although Suumniers pitched ex cellent ball Jn all hut one In JJltJLCU lllp vf i which will bemused In the future by charter Instiitutlona 1A the third Summers passed two men of which seemed to the crowd to be very like He was cutting the corners in whirlwind fash and an inch would have changed the umpires Chicago got two men on in the first and one In the second without the how In after Sheokard a of the sprightly efforts of Ooiighlln and had been re Summers wavered ever so little and Schulte was presented with stand ing room on the initial The tall Chicago rlghtflelder promptly conclud ed to try out Schmidts throwing Said arm was tried and found want Schmidts TRISTATE NfcWS IN BRIEf a and Charles Bicker who were confined In Jail at have Putnam county has voted to retain saloons by a majority of This IB the third county In the state to vote While watching a game of ball at William near Albert age was struck over the heart by a batted ball and Instantly charged with the murder of his Orie near was ar and pleajjod not Upon the request ot counsel lor the defense i the hearing was postponed until next to the Injuries sustained by at the Welting Opera on while Ing on a wlrelnhls role of Pled Plppf in the new opera What Happened the actor temporarily closed hla season the Lyric Samuel state health labeled as a malieloua lie the dis printed in a Philadelphia paper from McKeesport stating that 200 men under the state department of health been ordered their homes to work for the Republican to a saloon by the sounds of her fathers voice In a Mary age fif the door Just as the glass was shattered by a heavy mis She received a deep gash in the glass and we eye was so badly injured that It had to be I a noise in the store of his fatherin in Bellaire Al bert Hall entered the room and when a man sprang at him from behind a counter shot him through the The wounded man is Ike King and the surgeons say his wounds probably will prove HOUSE OF COMMONS IN STATE OF SIEGE ii llli 708 State Street PA A Hamc 53iMercer Street now owned by Newell This is an exdlent opportunity to get a fine home ims and all modern con IblAk w O A J niencea and centrally us anJOffer SILLESPIE gbodsf although there was a 60 per valorem duty on tarifl on pottery he as to he so arranged as to afford a Just measure of protection for the pottery industry and this what tha Republican party Parker Speaks at Al ton Parker addressed an meeting of Democrats here and roused an audience which practically filled the Grand Opera House to an unusual pitch of Judge Parker touched on a number of Issues promi nent In the but paid partic ular attention to the tariff and the publicity of campaign He bitterly scored Roosevelt for his al leged insult td Bryan in connec tion with the Hasfcell episode and for his stand on the question of making public the He charged the Republican party with Being hand in glove with the possessors of swol len fortunes wade possible by Repub lican tariff legislation and said the despite the statements of its no Intention of severing its connection corporate inter Fair Exchange No of the moat extraordinary romances outside mprobable navels has developed In le matrimonial adventures of Nat oodwln and his former Max ne Poodwln Is about to marry is former leading Edna Good while Goodwins former leading voman and Maxine o wed Harry who Is Edna oodrlchs former A week go Goodwin secured a divorce from laxlne Elliott and is now on his way o London to marry Edna who Isa Goldfleld iroposed to Miss EUlott and was ac That Is one reason why she ailed to contest the divorce suit irought by Last Officer of Bucktalls Atlantic Edward said to be the last lurvivlng officer of the famous Penn sylvania here Colonel Alvin was born in 5838 at Cur to which place his body will sent for i P allowed to walk despite thestren uous objections of the Detroit to say of the Singles by Stelnfeldt and Hofman sending Schulte and Chance across the Stelnfeldt took third and Hoi man second during the process of run but the best Tinker could do Suffragette Rudely Interrupts Its Deliberations climax ot the suffragette campaign was reached last when an enormous mob hemmed In parliament and stopped traffic in all streets loading to F6r more than three hours the crowds scuffled goodnaturedly With the Interfered with brOkdt windows and disorganized things gen erally In the center ot The heroine of the day was vers formerly secretary James Kelr the Socialist Independent member of who reached the door ot the commons by The housaswas solemnly debating a blfl tOtyj chlldren from clgaret smoking the woman dashed past the to a position in front of thespeaklBrB chair and shouted Learesoff discussing children and talk about Three officials seized Symons and carried her out She was then led to the oilter door and dis As a result of the coup an or der was issued that hereafter shall not be admitted to the on anj The appeal issued by the suffragettes for persons to help them parliament was the most successful stroke yqt Not that number Parliament was in stage ot siege A close triple line of around the three sides of the square In front of the The yard within the gates swarmed with and 200 guarded the terrace in the t rear against assault by Which la women twice A small U1 the old and It isdesigned to give the state hanWng department a com plete record of conditions as they ex ist In the bank Smith of Clearifleld county has handed down a decision on the Tuslln pure food declaring unconstitutional clausej threw ofsection the same clause Wmout i declared wwlg the crowd Was larger than The decision was rendered in thecase QUt to vlew of Edward with Qf serlea nereiU selling evaporated peaches containing Uad been sulphuric The destroys the effect of the entire flveyearold dtughter of Bookivitls of looked into the cellar window nextdoor where many men were taking part in a one of them picked up a pan of lye water and dashed it in her Some of It went in her Totally she was rushed to a Plttsburg but they hold no hope ot her regaining her sight The turnstiles registered paid from which the gross receipts were Thescore Va LIFEBOAT RESCUES YANKEE AERONAUTS Balloon Louis Meets Disas ter In Sea AB R If 2b 1 3 1 Ib 1 3b 30 4 0 4 0 3 H 0 00 0 4 0 0 3 0 7 1 4 11 27 19 Success in Life depends on concentratiop and De velop the Bret three by all meant maintain the last by the one best t jjk second of threeAmerican balloons that started in the race for the International trophy on Sunday from SchmargendOrf has met disaster In the JNorth The manned by of NorUi and Harry was carried overland by treacherous air currents and laterIn the haze the aeronauts lost their bear ings until suddenly they saw guard lights of an unkntwn This meant that they must descend or risk the danger of being driven far out of the track ot They chose the former course and for an hour they were by the almost giving up In said After pitching about In the water for almost an hour and giving up all hopes of who had climbed into the rig discovered a flashlight and soon after saw a lifeboat approaching The could not AB R 4 0 4 0 3 3 3 3 0 Chicago Grain oft a liberal scale by leading longs caused weakness in the wheat market were ulso Becember closed Plttiburg yellow 1 f 13.50@14.00 30 Ohio Tort full 14 fair and market slow tidy common to good fat good fresh cows and common to K 0 j Sheep and 10 double 0 Including holdovers market 0 Prime good mixed 0 fair culls 0 and 0 veal heavy 0 and Hogs 20 double decks 0 market Prime heavy 0 heavyyork light 94 leet of police boats patrolled the names Officer Arrettia Tor HJisertlarfc Lieutenant Colonel United waa arrested here charged with 4 87 Lockjaw Follows Tooth At age la dead here of Last Saturday she had fourteen teeth 1 WEATHER and warmer In cooler portions 5 Weat and warmer Western wanner neaday frtrti Famous Surgtpn on Xew time since trouble July those in upon William Bull admit the condition of the noted is such as to offer little hope of 1 1 nj 4 V w Farmer Shoots Hla Two a went to the district called out his two ten and shot one of them mortally wounded the other and then shot The cause of il not pm as we were being dragged the waves at the late of about fifteen OP twenty miles an The boatman shouted to us to Jump Which we tried to save the StLouis dubs balloon by ripping It but the rope of my Afcwrt for Summers In 000 00 000 20000 9 In 8 innings Off a in 1 Twobase hit Sacrifice Bteln Stolen Sohulte Bases on Sum 3 off Hit by pitcher Struck Sum 6 by Double play Tinker and Passed 1 L and Abruzzl Sad at Being Is learned posi lively that the engagement between the Duke of AbruzU and Miss Kather ine Blklns has been The duke himself made the announcement to the royal I a telegram from Turin the publication pf which has Just been The duke does not attempt to conceal his sadness a the unfortunate termination of his love affair with the American He will soon start on a perilous explora tloVSn order to divert his mind from his Daily graphs Rome correspondent saya tba he able to state on the highest au wedding of the Puke t tf Powder Absolutely ful food for every every The only baking powder roadeJ from Royal Grape Cream of made from Safeguards your food against phosphate of mineral acidf are used in dwapty roa4p i t flSn W y A t V   

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