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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                BSf ABLtSttBlD PRICE 2 CENTS PER OHIO WELCOMES BRYAN WARMLY Commoner leaves Trail of Fiery Speeches Through State CHARGES COERCION OF VOTERS Alleged Action of Big Four Railroad In Threatening Employes With Re duction In Wages In Case of cratlo Victory Furnishes Him With Opportune Ballot to the Citizen and Not to Railroad Superintendents Great Crowd Out at Monster crowds and lusty cheering was Ohios greeting to William Just be fore the Democratic candidate passed over the line into West Virginia last night he expressed himself as exceed ingly well pleased with the reception accorded him in the native state of his Republican Although the day whs a one for he exhib ited no signs of Inspired by the fact that he literally was carrying his warfare into the camp of his polit ical he spoke with a vigor that exen those who have been constantly with him throughout the campaign could not help but While bed anewspaper was handed Into Ms stateroom and Bryan read to him a dispatch stating that the New Central railroad system was threatening its employes i with a In wnges If hewas elected but promising an Increase In j wages If he was i This was h B cue for the djy and he flred broadside after broadatle Into the Repubiicans for their campaign It was noticeable at Mansfield that aM the switch engine of the Erie railroad were deorated with flags and streamers and plas tered with lithographs of the Demo cratic Bryan Makes At Akron before an Immense throng Bryan demanded that President Roosevelt correct the mlsstatement which he said the president had made to the effect that the Democratic na tional committee had received from the old national committee or from some other He said tha president knew this was not true and demanded that he have the frankness to say This demand was based on a charge made by a Republican Akron paper that Bryan misstated the facts when he declared Sherman hod been introduced there by the president of the match The Democratic candidate accepted the papers version and frankly said he had no Intention of misrepresent ing Sherman and he wanted the paper to deal with the president as It had dealt with While talking to vast In I A TEARING TERRIBLE COUGH beipealu impending Constant coughing iirituet and influno the inviting ihe ravaging attaclu oi deadly PUoi Cure loothei ana hcali the inflamed clean the clogged air and top the The firrt dow will bring turprising Piiot Cure hat held the confidence o people everywhere lor half No matter how Kribui and obstinate the nature oi your or how many reme dies have you can be convinced by fair trial that the ideal re medy for tuch u Pises CURE PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Are showing the strongest line of merchandise to be seen in our city consisting pf SUITS Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves COATS For Evening and Street wear the Automobile and ALSO Caracul and Persian Lamb Remember the Ladies of Greenville trade the same here as at Come now while stock is 708 State Street of the HOuse In Vbtnigs towii a big card signed by a number of the workers In the steel plants was sent up to him bearing the message We cant be with you today but we wiill be on Bryan after ward learned that a number of the plants which had been working with reduced for the first time In some months started up with their full complement of A number of the mill were In the great Bryans arrival be ing at a time when the regular shifts were being Kindly Reference to A kindly reference to McKlnley at the birthplace of the late moved the crowd to The route of travel was through many recognized Republican strong and It Was at such places that the candidate fired hisheaviest bat Tatt got his share of criti particularly In the matter of campaign contributions and his atti tude regarding the trust and labor tn response to the de mands of the came out on the rear platform of the train and She shook hands with many hundreds and her etateroom and the iparlor of the car were banked with flowers sent to her by admiring At after speaking of the notice given by the New York Central to the employes of a cut of 10 per cent In case of his Bryan concluded Laboring the ballot was given to to the railroad superin and It was given to you be cause you have a right to protect your selves and your and If they can threaten you with a reduction of If these men at the head of great industries hold their employes as their body servants and their re tainers and vote them in a how can the American people secure re dress against any however crowd of such proportions that caused grave alarm that someone would be Injured met William Bryan upon his arrival Democratic candidate appealed to the people to stand but his appeal went un for the surging mass of human ity struggled frantically to get A man on pole with a megaphone did his best to hold the people In check but to no They swayed back and forward until It seemed impossible for anyora to get out ROOSEVELT TOKNOX Upper Torrys father reprimanded him for Leaving the walked up to a small boy and told him to watch him while he killed whereupon he a bullet Into his He is com mittee of street railway officials has arranged to meet the state railroad commission 28 to discuss the pro posed recommendation against riding oh platforms of cars and relative to signals cut grade tipple and buildings of the Blklns Coal company at this The loss is with about The almost total failure of water in Deckers creek balked an endeavor to check the Home 53 Mercer Street The now owned by Newell is offered for sale at a 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 anJOffer GILLESPIE n JAP ROSE SOAP TRANSPARENT Get what you asK for Familiarize yourself with the package so you cannot be imposed There is none other as good as Jap Rose be cause we originated the It is our Perfect for the IT CaimOT IIIMITATM 360 Water Ckicago Wants lo Know IfBryan Stands With Gompers HE PEARREjilS HIS TEXT Declarei It Would All Kinds of Criminal by the Labor Is Frlenrf of Labor Out Does Not Approve of De as Represented by BUI In Would Do Wrenfl For No Bryan Concern ing the Injunction lit erature Is enriched May by a letter from President JaoOieyelt addressed to Uoited States Philander Knox of In which Roosevelt pays his tq Sam uel the Federa tion of Spedklng at Philadel phia on Senator Knox took Issue with Ootapers on the ques tion of the attitude of organised labor In the present and the pres idents letter of today is in support of Knoxs Roosevelt says in part The dally papers of 13 contain an open Samuel Gom president orthe American Feder ation of In he asserts that the Judiciary of1 this country Is destroying deniocratlcgovernment and subBtltuting therefor kn Irresironsible and corrupt In the Interest of oorpdrate and he further makes clear that the nieana by which he believes allegeddespotism has been set up in the place of democracy Is by the of Injunction in the courts of Gompers III his letter states that Ms appeal to the Uon at Chicagotor remedy against the Injunction he then goes on to fftate hot1 only that the Democratic party promised a but promised hlnjuthef particular rem that he hadbalriiady asked of His statement 8oW makes perfectly clear an Important jflafik In the Bryan which has heretofore Deemed puirilng number of thinking who are sincerely Interested In the steady advance and the legitimate aspirations of labor and who carefully read both platforms know precisely what ibpes each out for Improve ment of the condition of wage earn Plank plank reads as follows Ques tions of Judicial practice have arisen especially In connection with Indus trial We deem that the ipar Ues to all Judicial proceedings should be treated with rigid impartiality and that should not be Issued n any oases In which injunctions would not Issue if no Industrial disputes were The remedies which Gompers lias already submitted to congress are matters of record and the Identifica tion of his remedy against injunctions In labor disputes la easy and This remedy is embodied In house bill 64 at the first session of the six tieth The gist of the as can be seen by referring to the com plete Is this First After forbidding any federal Judge to Issue a restraining order for an injunction In any labor dispute ex cept to prevent irreparable Injury to property or property right It specific ally provides that no right to carry on business of any particular or at any partleulw or at shall be consid ered or treated as property or as con stituting a property Second It provides that nothing agreed upon or done by two or more parties In connection with a labor dis pute shall constitute a conspiracy or other criminal offense or prosecut ed as such unless th thing agreed upon or done would toe unlawful If done by a single Only Acceptable The bill here described Is not only the remedy that Gompers has al ready submitted to but It the one and only remedy which he and those associated with him In his present movement announced that they will accept In the matter of his grievance against the courts on the Injunction Gompers tn discussing this bill before a committee on went on record as follows Events have demonstrated clearly to my mind that there Is only one bill before the committee that can at all be effective to deal with this with this Invasion of human and that Is the Pearre This and none rep resents exactly the relief that Gompers demands In the way of anti Injunction legislation and If the state ment In his letter Is correct this bill represents what Bryan and his party are pledged to In tie matter of antiInjunction The Injunction plank In pemo only ButlcTnlt On B question of such grave oonsn quence the people are entitled to know where Bryan Taft has repeatedly explalnftd exactly where he stands In this matter of regulating j Are we notx entitled to know with equal cleainess exactly where Bryan stands t Gomperss public to what his party has promised make R imperative that Bryan declare This to the pMncfple ot which he says Bryan Is declares that the right to carry on a lawful business tn a lawful way shall not be regarded as a property right or enti tled to the protection ot a court iquity through the process ot an in and that the right to such protection which admittedly now ex ists under the law shall be taken So far as the second section of this bill Is concerned It Is perfectly clear that jt would legalize the blacklist and the sympathetic boycott carried to tiny It would legalize acts which have time and again been declared op unjust and Taft Opposed to Pearre The citizen who votes for or against Taft on this proposition so with his eyes open and with a clear understanding from Taft himself of his He has frankly dis cussed this subject time and again with workingnen both In this campaign and prior to hla nomi He has been willing to ex press his position clearly and to as sure that to protect them In their he is willing togo to the limits of he considers jus but that he will not go farther His deflntion of Justice to labor as we understand include either of theprinciples contained In GOffi perss as set forth officially in his I feel that I have the right to speak frankly In this matter because through out term as president it hasbeen my constant object to do everything In my both by administrative action and by endeavoring sepure legislative to advance the cause of protect It from unjust lif greeslon and secure to it ita legiti mate I iiava accomplished something I hope to accomplish some thing more before I leave have taken special and peculiar Inter est in Tafts candidacy because I believe that of all the men tn this country he is the man best quailfled continuing the work of securing to the wage Workers of the country I their full will do everything tlopal Standard Oil letters are to be in my power for the wage workers of I made public at ttoe Independence party the country exceptto do what is j I wrong for no TSTSlXTE NEWS IN BRIEF yearold daughter ot and Gui seppl was burned to death when her clothing caught from a fast train struck a buggy at the Main street Instantly killing Jesse taid Qlen age eighteen and re state board ot pardons heard about halt of the oases on Its calendar and ad journed until when decisions Will be police baffled by the death of twoyearold Margaret Kauffmdn an hour after she ate a poisoned sandwich left at the entrance of the j forest flre IB sweeping over a large area near i Decker six miles west of In Monroe anil as water to scarce the loss will be furni ture warehouse and auditorium of Lev Hummel and the boiler and srtove works of Schlmpf were de stroyed by entaiung aloss of brothers who engaged In a dispute over the attribution of the large es tate left by their father are each having Inflicted a fatal wound Upon atwent mindednesff of James King of Mil waukee may coat him his He stepped Jroffl a rapidly moving pas senger train thinking he had reached the Union MORE LETTERS SAYS HEARST Asserts Tint He Has Om From Add JUDGE ESCAPES NIGHT Makes Dash They Discuss His Fate WD6ESHJUL OF PIUS ft throws Hlmtelf Behind Feianlnd He le Uft A the Moked yfi Juried ThHlilni rf AdvertuirWwhole iattMS t Ion of Biiiino Woods for trmfte of Csptslrt Mm kins v lltfo save numerous scratches cslved in a thlrty4imir trip through uri woods and the fatigue lnol all the force In Ii pic may sound vague and but there Is nothing vague or hazy about this It Is more than Mil it is a program of the most fixed and defln and W Gompers Is correct this bill as It to Bryans platform or a footnote explaining in detail ihe br er and vaguer iqjuuc Won plaoJtJn Where DWlryari Tbsre should be auph a diftouwton M a matter o common mot meeting Saturday according to a statement made by William fjearst auJnte solemnly warn this country that any public man who Cannot Be advocates doing wrong in their Inter est cannot be trusted by this whether his promise to do wrong is that It Is wrong or be cause of a levity and lack ot consid eration which make htm willing to promisfe anything without counting the cost if thereby support at themoment to be Just as have fought and shall continue to fight bringing about in the full est way the recognition of the right of the employe tobe amply compensated for injury received In the course of his I have fought hard and shall j continue to flght hard to do away with i TneTe waa no necessity for their writ all abuses in the use of the power of dent to the trip without food mental Judge Zachary tor feached here aftw a mlraculoOs eat from night riders at ReWtdot who murdered his Cap tain Quentio Judge Taylors escape Is due to a daring dash tor liberty While the night riders were disparting1 them selves the best way to kill Dur Ing the heat of ths at a when the guards attention was Colonel Taylor broke for the bank of p shallow Inlet of Reel foot lake and t A fusillade of bullets followed the Wading and aged attorney pushed 1 and small shot fell on evorjr but none struck Near the the firing night riders threw up his hands forward over a lofi and Hundreds of shots were fired into the IOK by the night iOtf far enovch to injure victim had met and fearing thit repeated sound ot shots would V arouse too many residents In the night did attempt to cross tue slough to exam the but left the After about 300 BtoU had been i Colonel Tsylor for hours better than any so faFmade pub lic and he kept themfor the nrilsh Of the Hearst denied a story recently published that he hac letters from Archbold to Senators Aldrlch and The fact said that i have no letters from Senator Alt I have a letter written by Sen ator Penrose to In which he speaks about an appointment Sen ator but this Is the only let ter I have in which Aldrichs name Is is strange that I have no letters from Anjhboldto Al or from Aldrlch to I will do everything I can to see that the power of injunction Is not used to oppress laboring I will endeavor to secure them full and equal in the inter est of all good be they labor Ing business professional farmers or members of any othe so long as they have in their souls the principles of sound American I denounce as wicked the proposition to secure a law according to the explicit state ment of to prevent the courts from effectivelyInterfering with riotous violence when the object Is to destroy a business and which will legalize the blacklist and the sec ondary both of them the apt Instruments of unmanly BONAPARTE AGAINST DEPOSITJUARANTEE Women General Fawrs Instead Postal Sanies Banks Haivre De United States Attorney General In an address devoted himself to the Democratic proposal looking to the governmental guarantee of bank He said that the moat serious objection to the scheme Is that It would place con properly managed and prop erly officered banks at the mercy of undercapitalized banks with disrepu Incompetent I do not said that it may be wise and Just to pro vide poor people with an absolutely safe custody for their savings this Is precisely what Republican statesmen propose by the establishment of postal savings which depositors of small means may use with the knowl edge that the United States sol emnly guarantees a return ofsvery dollar Caught by posse ct Leslie age who Is wanted for an al leged criminal assault on the thirteen yearold daughter of was caught husking Va Ing to each as I under stand Is one of the head men of the Standard Oil company and not a mere That would account for the absence of Thaw Obtains of of PI attorney for Harry slayer of Stanford took an appeal to the United States circuit court of appeals from the decision of left to At tlously looking up and seeing that his ruse had been ha plunged into the underbrush to figtit bis way a friendly Avoiding paths Which might lead to some Colonel pushed way slowly through the dense For hours he traveled In this the sun his only When night came Colonel still afraid approach a made his bed of leaves and slept until Then Colonel deciding that it would then be safe for him to make v Inquiry at a followeda path which shortly led Into a rough Within a few minutes the lag man came upon ther overseer for the sive Harris and here the fu gltdve was given The reward by the governor has incited the greatest man hunt ever known In the history The entire state fired the The posses that have poured in from the surrounding try are bent on bringing to justice the the court dismissed the of habeas corpus to bring Pittsburg to testify In bankruptcy The judges sitting in the court of appeals for George George Gray and Joseph The court granted a writ ot which the case will be revised by the On the other hand It is said that the Reolfoot lake night riders form a band 800 They have a perfect or ganisation and sworn by the Wood oath to stand by one It 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