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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                BSTABLlSBiBD 1891 THE EVENING PRICE 4 CENTS PER BRYAN CHARGES USE OF BOODLE to Buy the Election MAKE STARTLING ACCUSATION Commoner Declares They Have Called For a Dollant More For Which They Could Have No Use Than to Purchase Votes on Election Up Strenuous Days Campaigning With Speech at Chicago Mack Makes Confident feature of William Bryans Journey through his native state ot Illinois was the accu repeatedly that the Re publican party was now preparing to purchase the The first made at caused a distinct The he were asking only for with which to finish the work of the cam paign while the Republicans were ask ing for a What do they need the money for now he Inquired answering his ewn he declared that it was for use on election as they have WWd it year after The trip to this city from Lincoln was made via and the Dem ocratic candidate for president all the line of travel through this etate was accorded enthusiastic dem onstrations by large cheering He delivered sixteen speeches in of them of considerable ptops were made at Bast Blooming Lament several other places not on the At Bloomington he met his formar mate AdiaJ Sfceven uenVocfatlc candidate for and both spoke to an Im mense Confident of Theconfidence of Bryan In election was expressed In Ing a demonstrative crowd at Lin From this secretary I should seei ad he declared thnt he would be in vice on legislation of Interest to the Washington after the 4lh of I One of the surprising of the Before t am t will 19 I am I Intend to have a secretary of Ifc a member of the The attaitf of the worklngmen of this country iJSl too great not to havd a representative on the presidents advisory bofird trip was the monster demonstration accorded hii nt ten days ago he spoe In tho He talked plainly on the vnr Vociferous applause greeted when ae said My I think too mnnli of tnL generation not to rid this country of the 1 am willing to go down on my knees every morning and say to my Father In Dive us this day our dally but God for bid that I should make my Country men go down on their knees atmorn Ing and say to a trust Give us this day our daily bread and have him 1 will If you vote the ticket I want you You cannot af ford to fasten that sort of a system on this country or on any other Plenty of Red Fire and Bryan arrived In Chicago in a faking up the1 subject of publica tion of campaign Bryan said I asked a large audience whether they were in favor of the Republican method of publishing contributions after the campaign or the Democratic way of publishing them I asked all In favor of the Republican wax to hold up their Not one hand was Bryan left Chicago at this morning on the Monon road In his special car attached to a regular train and will speak in Indiana during the and in Louisville New all the forces of the militant Democracy in tjifl final struggle of the campaign to capture the Empire atate Norman chairman of the Democratic na tional bearing prophecies blaze of glory after an allday trip of came from the west to take through Thousands assembled J personal charge of what he declares be at the depot to greet him as his ape clal pulled In an hour and fifteen min utes and in the crowd to do him honor was a largo delegation from tho Cook county members of the national committee and all the lo cal Democratic Including the candidates for who ei corted him in fifty automobiles to Pll sen where he addressed a great As he emerged from the sta tion a great fire and Roman candles were set the crowd all tho while wildly As the long procession of motor cars passed down the street their occupants con tinued the pyrotechnic From Pllsen park the Democratic candidate was escorted to Arcade where an other big crowd was on hand and ac corded him an Many In the will be the hardest iliilsh of any presidential can in this Not only but other Democratic speakers of note will swing through the state in an effort to capture Yorks electoral vota for the Democratic The national chairman asserts that Bryan will be elected ly a and in support of declaration made public some renults which ho had obtained from precinct polls made In many of the socalled doubtful Mack said Mack Predicts Within two weeks I have caused a careful poll to be made by captains in hundreds of precincts In New Indiana and Ohio for the purpose of obtaining the percentage of Republi can loss over four years The re Pllsen park audience were laboring poll were in no If I am elected said and the more I travel and mln ttifl mare convjriced PARIS 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 But How Good See Our Line Before 7O8 State Street instances have the reports made me shown the percentage of Republican loss in this state to be less per cent and in Erie county the losses to the Republicans ran as high as 40 per Equally large losses to the Republicans were shown not only In Ohio and but in the twelve other states which the two parties are These figures mean only one election by tremen dous That these are correct and based on a careful poll iq shown from the factthat Idlrectert the precinct captains to submit with their reports the names of the Repub licans with their addresses who Intend ed to vote for MANYTAR AREMMEDOFF Candidate Must Save His Voice for Indoor Meetings DAY SPEECHES ELIMINATED A Home 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property now owned by Newell is offered for sale at property sold for above amount last year and is worth This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniences and centrally Make us GILLESPIE PRESIDENT IS NOT AHIRED MAN Secretary of War WrlglrtSenre ly Criticizes Bryan has Wil liam Jennings Bryan been so severely arraigned during the present campaign M he was here by General Luke secretary of wno dressed a large mass meeting at Ter race j General who was introduced as a Democrat having the honor of holding a cabinet position under a Re publican was greeted with enthusiastic cheering he appeared 011 the and his speech was repeatedly interrupted by cheering and The speaker entered vigorously into the principal issues of the condemning Bryan in sharp terms the lattera reference In a recent speech to President Roosevelt as the hlrod General said that such statements tickled the ground but made the judicious He then outlined the powers of the president In an endeavor to show that the is not a hired but the chief ruler oMhe Roosevelt to Be an New Roose velt has signed a contract with the Outlook to as an associate editor after bis retirement from the presi dency In March This is made sub ject to the existing contract to write the story of his African travels for Charles Scrlbners His work in connection with the Outlook is to cover political and economic Stop Coughing Ndkim bmki down IWlh u quickly tnd xailhrdr H ptnuUnt If cough gire U iiuntion You cu iuuicUr with PISOS I ot kM u Uw roowJr uthnu ud Chairman Hitchcock Reaches This De cision After Contultttlon With Can didate and His PhynleUn Judge Taft Big Days Campaign ing With Address at Baltimore Last Night in Which He Attacks Reme dies Propoted by and Re Republican New That Judge Tafts voice Is In such bad condition that he will have tOjcancel many of his dates for speaking was Indicated by Chairman Hitchcock on his return from a morning visit with Taft at This means a rear rangement of Tufts but It will not affect his dates in New He will be in this city as ar The rearrangement will cut out all of Tafts day speeches and one of his night The latter is the speech which had been planned for Chicago next Saturday It is also expected that most of Tafts dates in Virginia will be Hitchcock Is at work now on the West Virginia situation so far as Taft Is The dates for Tafts speeches In Con necticut also may be the throat who is traveling with is of the opinion that voice has been affected chiefly by his outdoor By abandoning the day which were to have been made out of it Is believed by Richardson that Taft will be able to meet all of his night engage ments with the exception of that at Candidate Well and Hitchcock said he never saw the candidate looking better and that Taff Is more hopeful of the result than h been at anytime the He Will rest in Ohio Wednesday Chairman Hitchcock believes from information he has received that there Is a fighting Chance in Missouri for the national Hitchcock expects to go to Chicago within the next five Howard of Vermont came to headquarters to volunteer to take the stump for Taft and He was assigned to the campaign in Ohio from 23 to 27 and In In 41ana from 2 to straight at his opponent with even more force than In the Judge William Taft carried his campaign to the very doors of New York city and gave a clear indication of the char acter of speeches he will make In tho Empire state next Taft spent three hours in New an hour in an hour and twenty minutes in an hour In Wilmington and the entire evening In He encountered tremen dous crowds and enthusiasm sponta neous and His extended efforts of the day were at Elizabeth and M Newark he gave at tention to all the issues save In his Elizabeth speech he dwelt solely on the labor question and last night he combined the Newark and Eliza beth Well Received in The zest with which Delaware re ceived the candidate resulted in cur tailing the Wilmington speech to but a few The crowd 1n the square opposite the public building where the speakers stand stood was so jammed with people that it was with the great est difficulty that Taft waa gotten And when he reached the stand the pressure in the throng was so great that many women and chil dren were removed In One youngster was raised above the head a of the people near the stand and TafC reaching grasped the boy and placed him on the Taft and so that his voice was such that he could not be heard by the I can only say to he re that from what I have seen In New Jersey today and what I have seen in Delaware today and what I saw In the south and west in the last three weeks I am going to be and it would give me the greatest pride if in that electoralvote I could nave the three from The The real Issue of the campaign Taft last whether you thjnk the Republican parfy by what it done In the last twelve years Is entitled to your Even it It done something to displease not much to be preferred tothe under clroum considering the history of that arid considering the peculiarl use no more offensive expres tlje leadership of that party ftfrv Taft wlU speiit In Cum ttoufc West Vir ginia oh to whers will arrive Wednesday morning for one days Joseph Cannon nas left to campaign in sixty towns and In South Cen tral Warren countys only ChlneaB resident died of typhoid He was seventy years of nge and camo to America forty years A widow and several children live across the His father survives him in being over 100 years of beerdrink ing party attended1 by a number of Austrians employed at the Ptttsburg Limestone companys works at Carioe Blair ended in a mur Joseph one of the Aus trian being so badly beaten over the head With a club that he Dot cas known as Grandma who on April 1 last passed the century has joined At the res donee of her son Jones was bap tized and received the sacrament of the Lords supper at the hands of the pastor of the Con neaut Baptist Croker aenoe New cablegram from Richard subscribing to the national Dem ocratic campaign fund and for the state campaign in behalf of Lewis has been received by Her man treasurer of the national Democratic Game Warden Killed by report has reached here that in a battle with In dians Deputy Game Warden Peyton and four Indians were The offi cer was endeavoring to arrdat the In dians for Infracttona of the game The fight occurred in Powell MOREBODIES FOUND IN WAKE OF FUMES Total Deatl List In Michigan Readies FortjSli Bay dispatch to The verlfled known death list result Ing froitythe forest fires in Presque Isle and Alpena counties stands at with several persons still reported missing and a growing proba bility of severe loss of life in North ern Pulawskt and Krakow townships in Presque Isle the first indica tion of which came with the reporting of six dead bodies in Includ ing those of Herman Erke and her two chjjdren children found the skeleton of William Rose living near The womans husband was away working and she was alone in her surrounded by the Evidences of back firing bear mute tlmony of her hopeless fight for At least sixty families were living near the shore of Lake Huron in the northern half of Pulawski and Krakow townships and practically nothing has been heard from them since the It is difficult to get into this district as the country is cut up by many streams and the bridges have been while fallen trees block the roads in every His said that the flames swept all through this dis trict to the waters and it Is feared more bodies willbe ChrU a escaped In an open boat At Lake a farmer and wife and four children are known to have taken refuge in a boat and nothing has been heard from them A dozen school children sent home by teachers have not been heard Near Pocen and Hinea are still long dry spell In the West Virginia panhandle has resulted in forest flrea breaking out in Marshall county be tween Moundsvllle and Cameron and scores of farmers are fighting the The fire started In Ooahorns near Glen rapidly spreading In all All atreains are dried up and there is little or no water with which to fight the At in the eastern auc tion of the forest fires nearly burned the state Odd Fellows Dense smoke fllls the beingdriven in from the Lykens valley and from Cum berland and Perry where small fires The smoke pall was the worst in recent years and trolley cars had to grope about u in upon the sentiment of a large number of Christian people of this city the Al toona rhlnlsterlum called upon the citi zens of Altcibna to assemble Wednes day evening Providence for relief from the bet fires are raging mountains east and north The hate and smoke aB BO dense that Mount Peon Is eornpwely On the Blue mountaili tract been burned TRtSTATENtWa IN BRIEF Sanford a railroad foreman residing ut Cambria was shot and killed by an Italian named James Tho murderer made hU Wlrt age a deaf and dumb was killed by a passen ger train at a mining town near His body was sent to his hotne In Teresco was shot In the breast by John Andrea at the store of the south of wanted a package of tobacco and he rapped at the door repeatedly until Andrea Vm down and shot He Is reported to be Whit chief of the Dayton police and secretarytreasurer of the Ohio Police Chiefs has been suspend ed by Mayor1 Burkhart pending a hear ing before the board of safety on among which are conduct unbecoming an officer and using profarle gllng In the grasp of Frank Burke of a policeman who had arrested him for exPolice man Elzie In a desperate effort to pulled the officer and him self directly In front of a rapidly ap proaching switch engine while a dred horrlfled men shouted In warn Both men were struck and tossed forty Policeman Burke died In ten minutes and GUI Is not expected to Chicago Grain liberal Increase in the visible supply of wheat In the United States and Canada caused a woak close In the market final quotations showing net losees of Oftts aiao were hut corn and provisions were December options Plttsburg 3 yellow 1 30H031 30 OJilo full Cattle Receipts cars t market steady on best other grades tidy 4 common to good fat good fresh cows and common to Sheep and Lambs Receipts 10 loads market active and 26c Prime good fair culls and 6 veal hearr and thin lpjis Receipt ft double market Active on good weight dull and lower on light Prime heavy light WEATHER Tuesday and Western Pennsylvania Fair Tues day and Wednesday fresh northeast erly Ohio Fair and WuthwMt freeh Ml GHOST S LAID Japs Prove They Really Desire j Yankee Friendship ALL SUSPICION SEEMS UNJUST From Emperor to In Their ceptlon of American the venal Aim Is Apparently to PrOve That They Sincerely Detlre of united of tleshlp Fleet Takes on Added Sig nificance In View of Cordiality recep tion accorded the American Atlantic fleet by the government and people ot Japan is conceded by the American naval officers to be the prettiest and most perfectly carried out of the many receptions received by the fleet aince It sailed frdtti Hampton Rear Admiral Sparry said to the Associated Press today that he was utterly un able to say how It had been accom but that the welcome given the fleet and its officers and men here has been so carefully planned and ried out to the most minute detail that a lasting impression has been stamped upon the memory of every American who has witnessed The men of theAmerican and Jap anese fleets are fraternizing every where In Tokyo and Every wish of the is and each bluejacket finds Englishspeaking guide among tho 3lp anese The American uniform the open sesame the cordiality of the Japanese extending the inhabitants ot the most remote It is impossible to doubt the sincerity of the The Amer ican officers and sailorsare already beginning to understand fact that the aridsnt desire on the part of ot friendship for America is pot found ed on opportunism finds Hs aoaroe j IB sincere wiab to that such at least on the part of this baa existed that ofcthe forded the Japanese an opportunity for the expression ot that There can he nodoubt that the multaneouB visits ot AmerigH ex position the coast boslness men and Atltitto fleet are a part ot organised of the Japanese to finally wipe oftt misunderstanding between Japan iuid America and to give the Tlsttlnf leans an Insight Into the real ot Japan toward the United V Depth of From theetudy of clouds an official of the Statesweather bureau concludes that ordinary cyclones which traverse our country from west are not more than 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