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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                TOE EVENING ESTABLISHED PRICE 2 CENTS PER fAFT EXPLAINS INJUNCTIONS SBEETtB BY BI6 MIOIEHCES In Indiana Character lied by Eudcatlonal Talks to Labor In Which He Clear the Of Injunction Repeats That Hard Would Fellow the Election of William Bryan the Presidency of the United 23 Oaring the first of the three days he is to spend 111 Indiana William Taft talked to more people thin on any previous day of his In each Taf t siTu VV liad ever addressed was at Terre There wef6 many In the carload of local who es corted the candidate to the city who Said It was the InrRest statheflns NewYbrttl Hitch cdnk of Hlfi rom mlttee postponed at the last moment bJadeparture for Chicago until this tie was detained most of great vehemence That IP thnt i t dont care wliit that rniV M M I have issued ess inWItiT men who somebody elses ff T hfi not done It t should not hive the rsht to be here asking for your What an Injunction What kind of a Judse do you wont Do you want ft Judge that distinguishes between decides In favor of one class against another Is that character of a Judge you want in a free country What fs an Injunction An injunction Is merely an order with reference to prevention of the jibuae made before s the fact occurs which IB to or not Injure the an injury has teen done a man brings suit to recover damages Having discovered that the sched ules1 prepared would bring Taft Jand Bryan together at Port Ches next the Republi and the1 Democratic national com through tltelr publicity bu rearranged their dates with tho tesnlit that Bryah will speak at that place the moriilhg of Monday and Taft will make his address there at 3 oclock the same MoKlnley Named John Dolllver of Iowa enacted the star at a huge political meeting here In the Victoria theater last He delivered an address covering particu larly the personal of Judge Taft for the The climax ot his address came when he told the story of he had heard William as shortly before bis death name Toft for the of iiis sixteen speeches the for the but where the injury is and applauders have numbered thou of a character recurring from time to In energy time In amall acts for which you and enthusiasm by his one day recover damages the candidate handled the campaign i there equity says that a the candidate with even a greater degree of poal tlveness than In the very first speech he made he ridiculed Bryans charge of brib ery In connection with the promises of employers to their employes of more woik with Republican successes arid the orders of busirfess for said 1 to be made contingent on the same These not he but They did not rep false conditions but Judge Taft talked to many labor au diences and H was noticeable that he said was more educational than heretofore At where he to several thousand min he gaVe them the history of the writ of something not previously At Terre Haute he made a distinction between the Republican and Democratic plat forms on the use of the Injunction and declared to be Gently Wrth While Bryan has not been there wer6 tyo occasions when Candidate Debs came In for These were at Terre the homo of and at the two meetings at Bvansville addressed by Judge Tuft In both instances Debs waa classed as a a doctrine regarding which the candidate expressed be lief that the American not ureparedyet to The largest outdoor gathering are adequate man may have prevention rather than cure thfcn he may go to court and say This man Is going to cut down my tree It Is on my place and he Is my He la go to injure It by wasting that He goes Into court and asks the Judge to Issue an Injunction to prevent the cutting down of the Is preven tion better than cure1 In such a case should a Judge refuse to Issue the Injunction That of remedy ibeen In force for 400 years and Is the most remedial writ that we It arose protect poor not to oppress them Should Net Be It is a remedy that ought to be en forced against anyone who does n lawless acl that cannot have adequate remedy at and to have it abol libed merely because it sometimes been and sometimes Issued laboring Is to destroy the character of your is to destroy science of law and to enact class that when you think Of H you utterly I am not here to apologize what 1 have done In 1 am hereto say that no decision of mine on such 11 subject has ever been reversed if Ihad not decided I andif I had not enforced my in junctions when I issued I should not have the right to come here andstand ask for me prggldantltJ THIEF SHOOTS JEWELER Escapes In Taxlcib After Bold Rob bery ana Probable New Tan a Lexlrigtdu avenue Was shot fty an unknown man who had posed as afriend of Constant president ot the United States Savings bank of this and had stolen two The robber escaped1 in a taxicab and the Jeweler was removed dying to a hos was in his shop when u man entered him type written letter addressed to him and purporting to be from PresidentAn introduced the bearer as George an old per sonal It stated that Leopold had to Invest In dia Never doubting the authentic ity of the Taniienholz showed Leopold a tray of The stranger selected the earrings and sud denly ran from the Tannenholz two clerks pursued him so hotly that the former soon grabbed him by Ihe the robber drew a fired at Tannenholz and sprang Into the taxicab which was standing near the The chauf feur of the machine was undoubtedly a for hesent it flying flown the street on the instant and It had disappeared long before the police reached the MRIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Are showing the strongest line of merchandise to be seen in our city consisting of Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable Weaves C O A T S 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 7O8 State Street Tawarded a judgment against the Bowling Green and Southern Traction company for Hewas injured In a wreck at BowIJng Pit zar and John Pllzar of were found dead In their room at a hotel opposite the Pennsylvania It js tlfe men were asphyxiated Bast ers in this section claim the nut crop isa Chestnuts dropped from the trees and when the burrs are openeli the nuts are found to be either filled with worms or unde SHERMAN SATIRICAL AT BRYANS EXPENSE Eiptesses Sympathi or Ullllc tlon ol John Kent t Delegations troui many neighboring local inarching clubs and numerous brass bands joined here In a parade In honor of Congressman who spoke at the Lyceum theater boj fore a large Congressman Fassett presided and In a brief address Introducing Shdrman mentioned Governor Hugheas which evoked tremendous In beginning his address Sher man sympathetically referred to the that John his had been obliged to abandon the cam palgn owing to the serious Illness of a member of his family saying he hoped he would toe able to resume the The audience heartily cheered the sett Iii a speech that bristled with keen satire and which his hearers seemed thoroughly to Sherman ar raigned Bryans With every rising deotired the speak Brother has a new which he forgers with each setting He then contrasted Republican deeds with Democratlp JAPS BREAK in Honor of a Tremendous The capital of Japan witnessed last night the most extra ordinary evidence of tho spirit of tho new having an audience of the officers of the American battle ship on Tuesday the emperor Is sued an order the people tu Increase in every way possible the enjoyment and pleasurt of the Anjerl can who as his torlc friends of tfaV Japanese nation The respoiise to this imperial riiandate was seen and heird last Orig Inally a torchlight procession ot 000 persons was but this tea ture went far beyond expectations and developed one of the popula demonstrations enthusiastic peopli ever witnessed any Japans war celebrations after peac Londons Mafekln night and even New Yorks electloi night revel would seem almost Inslg nlfjcant compared with Tokyos cele bratloti last It would be 5m possible to estimate the number o persons who took part in the parad tad myHads of Mil after iafle through madly cheering pei the great procession wound Hs Representatives of variou schools of every Snow Blocks Canadian worst snowstorms that ever oecttrrol i the west Is now at the height of ury and lias demoralizedthe service t the Cahnrtlan Pacific and the Greit Northern Ten Inches of now as already nccompnnoil bv n fitting railway Snow ntowt ire hard at but little progress ttn be made until the storm he exproaaes from Vancouver and other western points are westbound trains are held up east 6f he snow This Is Going tdss of the Robert Bassett Maim acturlng employlnR between 100 and 700 announced that In he future the company would pay all doctor bills of Its t Is will Include not only lUs fOf treatment growing out of ac Idents also for Most of he hands employed are girls TRISTATE NtWS IH BRIEF Chicago Grain from Ar gentina waa again the chief factor In he local wheat market and caused a sharp upturn in prices Although all of the gain was not the market closed with prices up to oats and provi sions were December options j closed New Sam uel Brltton died suddenly at his home here from second an nual convention of the American Peat comprising fifty producers of this sort of Is In session New age suffered with hiccoughs ahd became so feeble that he He had Just recovered trom an Illness of typhoid Oreensburg Three buildings belonging to Zimmer Mary Keck and Charles Newhouse were burned at The town was threatened with destruc Me age was struck by an in terurban The little fellow was thrown twenty was badly bruised and and cut and It is feared cannot surr 150 men are out fighting the forest fires in this About 150 acres of the city lands have been burned over and the city water sheda have been crip Jacob Plttsburg 3 yellow 1 I14.00@15.00. 80 Ohio C full 1401414 CattleTSupplj light market tidy common to good fat good fresh cows and common class for boys and organiza WRECTORY GREENVILLE TAILORING A REAL TAILOR BISHOP Tallonus In all Its brancheslter Pressing and Mercer Clekn Comer Main and RESTAURANT SMITHS CAFE Best Things to Eat served in the best Is making a reputation for Try us If not a A Home v 53 Mercfer Street The Qillespie property now owned by Newell is offered lor 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 modem conveniences and centrally Make us an Offer The place to eat is at SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Sollclto transient and local wellcooked moderate MEAT MARKET When you buy your of Mahan 21 North JVfercer you get the beet and Plum corner railroad alms to furnish the finest quality of tloris took part In the each fn dividual carrying a lantern held high on along pole with Ameri can and Japanese flags JOHNSON SUFFERS ANOTHER DEFEAT ThreeCent Fare Franchise Is Beaten by Narrow Margin franchise under which the Traction company la operating the local street railway lines upon a threecantfare basis was defeated by a majority of 879 in the referendum The total vote cast was upward of The defeat of the franchise may meanJ that railway property will revert tp its original ownars and that the old rateoffare which lasted seven will be The only alternative will be for city council at once to grant a new franchise which will save the property to the Municipal Traction It is stated by unprejudiced observ the franchise was notso much upon the Issue as the general dissatisfaction of the public toward the service given by the operating The vote came as the climax to the street railway contest which been waged here for years with threecent fare and ultimate municipal ownership as the goal of the city ad ThlaXwas ijonstantly op posed by the old Cleveland Electric Railway had been charging a fivecent MILK DEPOT ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY Wsten All gotten out on Why T Because It Is ftnlshei on Artura Iris and the exquisite of all photographic pro Webers 11 Cana LWBftY you ride Jn a rig from McCLUREB yw ar Sheep Lambs Supply fair sheep steady and lambs Prime good fair culls and veal heavy and thin Receipts 20double decks market ruled active and prices heavy light yorfrers wot gevenyearold Louise Hill awakened her parents to question them about a bright light shining In her VoomJBeallfl would likely be in One dwelling and a blasksmltW shop were Oli ver Otis the only surviving general of th6 civil who com manded an Independent arrived from New He the state for Judge Taft until the close of the campaign the second time the pardon re fused to interfere in behalf of Councilman William Martin of Pitts who is serving three years for in connection with the Tube City franchise John Robinson of the barge Cutter WHS killed at Tho boat was docking when pet dog fell overboard Captain Roblnsori Jumped into the rater to save the dog and was caugh etween vessel and etary of the Treasury Leslie Shaw poketoalarge crowd on the tariff In speaking of Bryan e flayed the latters saying The only in the statute books ere put there by the Oct ounty has voted dry by a majority ot Twentysix saloons are affected of them In the city of Coshpcton fhlch gaveA wet majority of airfield county voted to retain iy a majority of To date 33 coun lea In the state voted eyjectr 871 find five have voted Rothtuss narrowly escaped assassina tion when at work in tbu A rifle ball crashed through a window and lodged in the wall a few Inches above her Olrard Water company has shut off the supply of water to nine anthracite collieries between Glrardvllle and compelling them to close down com pletely for an Indefinite periodIn or ler thatMbe present supply may be cept for domestic purposen In a half dozen towns Jn that first snow of the season fell hereand was thought p have been the advance agent of the western Only a few flakes melting they touched tho Practically all churches In he In response to the call of the held services at which jrayers for rain were RAINEY PROMISES TO TURN THE TABLES I Says He Will Ask Roosevelt Some his lit tle threeyearold sister run through the room enveloped In Leroy age slxi throwing Ws around smoth ered the The child horri bly burned the body and may not i 23 rJThe authori ties have spent all today investigat ing the mysterious death of Mollle a single age twenty body was found in a wagon shed An autopsy shows that she was probably given and out raged and that death wag due to heart Shot fa 4 of the nonie or the 11 FlblbaAMa Tlaa tlllttV VAIIllIT chDMMt prlcw loweit Representative Henry Rainey of Illinois announces through press headquartars at the BRANDENBURG UNDER ARREST is Charged With Faking firmer Cleveland Letter ISSUES STATEMENT FROM CELL In Which He Vehemently Arreit Intended to Be an AnteElection Oil i in Question Crltlolied Bryan and Predicted Election of Taft and Js Now Declared to Have Been Jury Took Cleveland As he waa boarding a train for York city here Broughton Brandenburg was ar rested toy local detectives on the charge of forgery and grand A telegram from the New York city police advised the local department to hold He is alleged to have sold to the New York Tlmas a letter which he represented to hive been written by Grover Cleveland In which that statesman predicted the election of Talt and which letter la n now declared to have boen a Brandenburg was Jocked up Itt the DO j lice as the amount ot his bail not It was said by at torney that if client not re lf i leased today he will institute habeas corpus In a statement Brandenburg he had the proper authority from Cleveland and from executor ot the Cleveland i fore he aold the article to TJmea f j and furthermore W It is reasbji able that any sane maa would Malty the utterances Ofan expresident of the United States for At tne tlnie he was arrested he he was way t6 New York city to tdct Attorney Jerome additional OTl H6 says the waa made by those Intereited In the Jvy Influence of t who wished to secure a LY just before New received at police headquarters s the chief of police of J fj ing that Brwighton whof was indictod by the grand Jttrynerefl on Wednesday on a charge of larcehjrtfyiu in the second degree relative to an article on tnS porting to Written tar had been Democratic national committee that he will on the opening day of congress in December next introduce a resolu tion calling for a congressional Inves tigation of the Panama canal In discussing the matter Rainey said I am sorry the presidents to Senator Knox did not take up the mat ter of the Panama canal The president ought tohe able to tell whether or not his brotherinlaw and the tof other of the Republican candi date for the were Interest ed n an American syndicate it is succeeded In getting control of the securities of the Panama Canal company betore the Nicaragua route was abandoned and the Panama route president ought to be in a position to know who the of the American syndicate were The is entitled to know all about and I Intend to see that it made soon con n Deceniber I will In troduce a resolutioji asking for the ap of a special committee fully authorized to summon wit noises and require presentation of hooks and papers to thoroughly inveitigate the f Matte of this character would he I ergect to make It my with fair In north and In per fair north FrlMy and cooler and cooler Saturday freph shifting to north Nubar and the Soon after the of Cairo by the British the late Nubar Pasha took a prodigious fancy to the music of the Black Watch and had the idea of having a servant taught the of the Nubar dispatched a French who ppoke English very to Interview a piper on the Donald replied he mlcbt learn or he mlcht let me toll ye It needs wind an mfckie strength tne fill the bags o the an keep Sae If yln o thae Egyptian chaps took the Job on hed need tae be bandaged a owre like yln o thae auld or maybe hed burst him This conversation was reported to who took the Sfl JW gave up the Idea of a to big house ag the tiM of the wat wlttr tne prospect pf djinger to A rincipalibusineBB In congress to see hat this matter Is thoroughly Inveatl Fourth Son Alexandra Victoria of daugh er of 4uke ot Carried In the hapei of the Imperla palace to Prince August William of fourth son t Epiperor William addeAhaf had expressed to returnto New York without Later another telegram waa received from Chief AlsUuch that would probably be made by of Brandenburg to obtain release day on Upon this second thedistrict attorneys quested the Dayton authorities to de mand large bailt Detectlfe Normin of the district attorneys office will leave for Dayton today to bring Brandenburg back Negro Died of Hunger and body a negro was found la a oaf Death was du o arif The car shipped Pine on Oct 9 had been rebllled from but riot opened at the latter Kern at coo ditlon of John tae elgbt yearold son of the Democratic vice presidential who Ui from Infantile paralysis complicated by acute no Im who called home from speaking oattpalfctt In atvd the pity early in the morning and scarcely 14ft the bedside during the although worn out by the stress Ax Wlelder to by the Frank Mi who crushed ikull with an ax because Bradys anor Bryant was guilty ot tke jury pu Irtment at LAIRD OPERA MONDAY OCTOBER FINAL TOUR IN AMERICA NEXT YEAR IN LONDON ARTHUR AISTONS IN   

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