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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania WHEELING HEARS ON LABOR Taft Defends His Injunction Record In NailCity HE ONLY QID HIS SWORN DUTY inlustflal and labor centers among men It was were dis affected and opposed to the Republi can party and Its appeared 1 was cordially re has ever Twentynine inarching olabs were1 representing near by rowan On both sides of the Ohio Taft rode at the head of the parade tot more than ah hour and was greeted by throngs On both sides celved and only an occasional streel and 8ldewalks the entire ruption Indicated that BpOke Idtwo tremendous tton Of the altitude of the party and atldlence8 and Was the center of the the candidate had made a casual in j gtotiwl enthusiasm everywhere he is my opinion that the thfl meetings were being titttde of labor the Republl thfe marching clubs kept up tho I can party had boen misrepresented iduite as freely as that of the party arid the candidate toward and I find no reason for the belfif that bor will divide other than on tne lines that have heretofore divided In my nere the 9 ee that In every way they This la PRICE 2 CENTS PBft his Is the only ils the standard toT which they themselves their only nag they willing and ives the r Th zens Ubef Che1 to to He We Ought Know tne regions It fs It RecordBreaking auite apparent that the farmers are op throhi Republic NomlrKe posed to a Change that will Imperil Is entirely In Wett Virginia dote issues Statement and no ohe has any bofiftdencs in ResDIt of the Ballot ddubt but that the Republl Ing can majority wilt be a substantial 1 n 1 certainly have no doubt on the sub has concluded his threeday Hafc HecordBreaklntf I What he thinks of tho Reeling had a decided political sur prise in the magnitude ot the political reitlvllies In honor of Judge Lo cal authorities agreed that It was the targes thecw Situation is del forth In the following I uave4nowspent three days In theatate of otjhe time In The Cattle Rustlers A rough riding Western story picture AT YOUNGS THEATRE 15TH USE Store Qf Exclusive Styles Witliout A Doubt The Best Line of Gowns and Dressy Tailored Suits and Evening Wraps In Our City Is Now Being Shown Here Our MottQ But How Good See Our Line Before V JOB State Street festivities in SO great jvas the crush at the mar ket where Taft that b hfld to abandon hia effort for the safety of the Women and children In the At his second speech the candidate defended himself briefly against charge Iri a local morning paper that In 1894 he as judge had sentenced to Six months Imprisonment certain strikers without a ex plained the circumstances of ffie Smite and the full trial I was enforcing the law as It stood on the statute books as a sworn he declared with emphasis and if that Is to defeat a man for office we ought to know it mighty The meeting In the Baltimore and Ohio station was entirely too great to get the benefit of the The street demonstrations continued un abated to a late Train Jumps Track j Again the Taft special was delayet by In tiylng to negotiate n apiir track from Cadiz Junctionto Ca It was found flrst that tho train was too the notwith standing two were The train was run back to the Junction and three cars cut On second at speed ot about ten miles an hour was being two wheels of the second engine Jumped the Before as toft could be made the train had run two The which were oh cut them in On either side of the track the bank sloped down for twenty feet and that the engine did not go over was said to be due to the pilot No one was injured and but a half Was lost by the Steubenvllle and Wheeling furnished the big audiences of the although at each of the nine stops there were crowds aiid Steubenvllle made He con stituted a lengthy Marched through the streetsi forhalf ait After parada an openair meeting was ANOTHER B DESC HEALEY AUTHOR TELEPOSTNOW OF BRIBE STORY Says II Came FromMember of DON Presldenls Cabinet IN SEA KEEFE TQHWE SCENTS JOB 8 lay down their of the routti cltl us arid entitled if Aeronauts RescOfid by fisher r t i i iO t jf4 r s twentythree the ratie tftf on Sunday fronvScn toon with Dlspa ly one of the hlch started In trophy IB uu theGerman bal or Hledemann as t rom Cuxhaven announced that contest ant Castllla the ocean six miles north Of ttMjgoland and that the and were rescued by A dispatch Was received tell ing ot the the Swiss bal loon Helvetia ocean and the rescue of Its Molde la only thmjkwo mllps south west of ChristlanSutp and to reach this point must have traveled about In a direct line arid must over Bkagerrak body ot the North Is by far the 8 reported to the of the ofwhoin took a some cufar or were corn account of their IN OPERATION New Wire Service Begun in Boston Today IS ECONOMICAL ANO SPEEDY proklmity to The Helvetia la the fifth the Inter to grief and burst at a high th Loiils and In the North casualties fol lowed these the escape of men in the unfortu nate balloons was almost HHKell President of International Brotherhood of Stationary Firemen Reiterates Charge That Reefers Support For Titt Was Obtainedby Promise of Federal Position Bryan Con titles His Tour Through Nebraska and Himself SL sfled With His New Democratic national commlUee Issued statement last night quoting Timothy president of the International Broth erhood of Stationary as au thority for the allegation that Danlol Keefe had been promised by the president appointment as commission er general of Imtnlgratipn in return for tha Detroit tabor leaders support of The national committee had promised to make known Its Informant If the charge was hns been by Keefe and at the White The national commlUee quotes Healey In part follows I Was In Washington Wednesday of last week a matter dealing with our which brought me In contact with an official of high standing in the government service He said tome Dan Keefe has been selected tor commissioner general of Is that so I the job Is I asked him how he knew and told me informant was a mem Thoussnd Minute transmitted by Deiany System at Lowered Cost delivered by Special Mes sengers and Teleposte Carried by Letter Carriers Features of Telepost Companys of Message Prom Boston to Witnessed by Distinguished Telepost com pany Inaugurated here today Its sys tem of receiving and sending mes The Delauy controlled by the the newest and most rapid method of transmitting Intelli gence in connection with the postofflce delivery Is now an actual fact In American With the transmission of the first Telepost message from Boston to Port handed to the Telepost op erator here by Mayor Hlbbard of this City the Teiepost was put Into opera tion betweenthe two line including the followingway stations Lowellt nav Me and Old Itt each of these cities there is now a Telepost office prepared to receive and transmit V The Telepost transmits and receives A special envelope of Slto and attractive design makes it easier Mr the mall distributors to handle The telecard Is also of special design In order to facilitate poslofflee While the servlca Inaugurated today includes only the cities nained the Telepost company has closed con tracts to make rapid The scene In the Telepost offices w the opening of the new service waa a most Interesitng The audience Mayor a large number of men prominent In the tuslness and professional life of this The newspaper men who were present not only looked upon the put ting to practical use of the invention ot Patrick Deiany an interest ing Item of but as one that is ixpeoted to affect vitally their own Justness of news gathering and pub The Teleposl company in tends to establish at its pffiees Itt various cities a bulletin service giving the most important ot day In skeleton referring the readers to the newspapers for detalV The first message transmitted over Teiepost lines was that of Mayor J i kell of Oklahoma to his A Home 53 Mercer Street The Qillespie property now owned by NeweU ia ottered lor silePatPa property sold for above amount last year and is worth This is art excellent qpportunitv to get a fine horn and all modern convenient and centrally Make us Makes His Lsbor The Central market house was cleared at Wheeling and there the can didate addressed Immense audi ence representing labor and to whom he made his labor speech in full From the market Taft was taken to the old Baltimore and Ohio wWch had been temporarily aban doned by the Here a business mens meeting was held participated In by many During the day the candidate tra versed the jret nottprv nf the state and at made his talk M center of the growing H was just dusk Judge Taft left his home state and pulled across the Ohio river to West He had spoken in his own state the day at Mlngo Junc Martina Bridgeport and That the candidate enjoyed his work Is Indicated from the following sen tences with which he began his Steu beuvllle crowd was entirely too large to be reached which is in fairly Dont Want a It is impossible for me to myself This is fairly good Indi cation that Republicans that the 3d of November next will nark the fact that the electorate of his country know what they are about nd that having had seven years of heodore Roosevelt and the Republl an party they dont want a I wlah I had the lungs sufficient o talk to each one of this but I am so Inspiredby Us Dumber and so encouraged by the thought that hese are real Republican votes that are going in on the 3d of November I am willing to lose my voice in an effort to say I have got to di vide my voice between a Steubenville and t dont know what they are going to do in but It seems to me that you have all South ern Ohio here are all tor All dont me in To his Cadiz after he had been tied up by the Taft began with a strain of humor We have been climbing the bin of Zlon for nearly an hour and I am glad lo know that the assurance of your President Roosevelt very severely and defended his own denying many of the accusations against The reception tendered him was none too cordial frequent outbursts of questions his Con gressman Champ Clark ot Missouri was the othersne Holy War Against Servian national assembly has re ceived from the national assembly of Montenegro an enthusiastic reply to Its message of greeting a few days It was signed by presi dent of the and concluded as believe that the time ripe for Servia and Monlengro to raise a common standard In defense of the sacred Ideals of Let AM wage war stioulder to shml for it will be a holy f fiiSt ATE jl b W S IN BRIEF The don bank at Mercer conducted for several years by Edward has closed KB As the result ot Fire Chief Mealey signing a peti tion for local option in Upper San dusky the entire nre department has ber of the presidents cabinet and knew what he was talking This information was not given to me in a confidential manner but I will hot give my Informants for it Is plain to see what to him If his name came There la not any doubtin my mind but that thatthe presi dent offered Keefe agreedi fevrit has been Brysh talks 1 second days tour of Nebraska by William Bryan closed at Hebron Twehtytwo Hpeecheswere made ing1 the day bytheDemocratic candi varying In duration from ten minutes to one It was by far the most enthusiastic day Bryan during the trip and the crowds which greeted the sta tlbns were composed largely of old the candidates who had many times as a stump speaker during the last twenty Bryan expressed himself as pleased at the reception In his own say Ing that his audiences were more en bard to themayor of congratulating the latter upon the auguration ot the new The first Telepost message will be pre served as an Interesting memento Of the Among those present t were Patrick the Intontof of the system the pres ident of the company secretaryind and its electrical The va operations of the such as the perfecting of handling the recervtagf aroused tho highest The Telopost system wotf the highest commenflttlWna from atpert authorities in v with whom Deiany wovked said of Thd in iti entirety Is so slmpU that H U messages at the rate of a thousand words a from twenty to forty ttmes as many as any other telegrftpli now In The Telepost utilizes the full carrying capacity or the get only The Telepost company gathers mes sages and sends them on Its own It delivers the itself by its own special the mes sages then called by It relies for de flrea In the north of Cambria have spread A noted mark known as the old CasBidy between this city and wafc Serious have broken a X friend of heard him name In the as a receives offlce near or difltant a man living In one of the cities named or within distance of it may write out or his Tele drop addressed to his corre spondent nearor In of tha Telepost The will at tend to its prompt and speedy i trans The telephone may also be utilized by the Telepost V In addition new style and the innovation In the wire world the tele which is to the telegram and the Telepost what the postal card is to the In other It is a In the vlcmity of dellvferin a baby lii ihuslastlc than any during j o e the He invariably began each speech by saying that be was more Interested in The rates charged by the TeUfpost company are uniform whether the dls 11 Garverlch has ordered Chief an investiga presiding officer is that we have our calllpg and election It was a tiresome M for the lo it is worth all it Speaks to Colored I an delighted to meet you delighted to look Into the eyes and faces of audience of intelli gence and therefore of such Sepubli I am advised that a con alderable part of your population Is colored and I want to1 say that no psrt tion Into fires which have recently oc curred in this incendiaries being strongly New Steps will be taken immediately by the city to prepare for a special vote upon tho question of purchasing the plant of tha New Castle Water company next Wayne a farmer In this com mitted suicide by hanging himself in woods near his It Is his act was due to despondency over III A warrant was issued for the arrest of president of the Farmers and Mer hants bank of Mount on the charge that he misapplied OOOi of tha banke Wll llatn a daughter of James Of at Wheel of a in statloni of tbe has a patny on my part than throuf there brought thajn man and Morally cut Sylvia at the lat ters Brya woman hadbeen staylnf jftr the nor wo Prosecutor Clark fnnouncas that farmer County WiJUam K aV leaving a big short Uw settled with bis house were against but if you will give me the house I am sure we sirall maite the senate feej At those places was pos sible to do so Bryan discussed all the but in smaller places he de voted his time to explaining and fending the Democratic position on the guarantee of bank At Co lumbus he told of the opposition toflre Insurance when the subject was first and compared with argu ments then presented those now urged by the opponents of the bank guarantee plan of the Democratic Rldder Publishes The campaign fund of the Democratic national com mittee and the names of all contribu tors of or over will be made pub lic by Treasurer Herman Rldder In New York Since the publica tion last Thursday of the contributors of and together with the total amount of the fund then in the committees there have been several large contributions and the to tal amount Is now about The publication of contributions of and over IB in keeping with the Denver After today the committee each day will publish the larger con The bulk of the Democratic campaign fund has been raised by dol lar contributions to the Democratic The largest single contribution which was made this week was active camiittlgn against William Taft for Bbeu Draper for gov Uitls Frolhlngham for lieu tenant governor and all state senators who voted against the tlme bill1 at the last session of the Massachusetts legislature by the executive board Of the flfty words for B cents brought to your door by one of Uncle Sams The charge for the teleeard is XO words sent to any place reached by comnanys t Coui Vie In tl igh Syrei S Sold 1 Wownto tod HtiWr1 farm boiler at an oU weUon the WWll Hams farm in theIndian Bus near Bristol beth Bryan the oldest woman la this section of the has Just celebrat ed her lOJst She bora in a log house near is still The venerAble has never been 111 a Aiir In her She reads without mem ber of the family of ot this f two sons and are 111 of tirphala wHh no hope for the recovery ot SUrrett and the aged The well water whleh they vaed of In an address to thfsUtei Sunday school the Sunday school enrollment in sylranla Was oneelghUi of that of the United States that in the 978 new cradle rolls were started wnl diplomas issued to those who had completed the teachers training JiWidUo strike Oklahoma ml gtate jtpn of the a session of r The Golfers Paradise Hotel Rider Cambridge Here you find everything that makes the game invigorating pleasant company and the complete equipment ot the Rider swimming gymnasiums in addition to superb 1 he Kider cuisine and famous mineral waters combined with healthful outdoor exercise ate adipirable for Iwto health arid pleasure
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