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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING BSIPABLiSHBD SATURDAY I PRICE 2 CENTS PER TAFT MAKES HIT WITH HOUSIERS Is Greeted Inhere by Big Crowds and Enthusiasm DIVES UP ATTEMPT TO SPEAK Unable Reach Fraction of the Crowdi With Hli Voice He Contehta Hlmeelf With Handing Out Large Steed Drlrzllng Rain Njght Meeting at Indianapolis la Huge Lead era Greatly Pleased With Evidence of Interest Among The days exhibition of political enthusl asm attending William Tafts tour In Indiana was such as to eclipse all previous according to ths national and state leaders who have been with the Taft So great were the crowds everywhere that even the arrangements of thn local commit tee were Appreciating the conditions and realizing while he might be heard by the It was better to meet the demand of tho many who would be satisfied with a Bight of Taft talked less and exhibited1 more than heretofore in k Wherever he spoke his were apparently appreciated nnd what he said was a repetition of his recent speeches This one dominated his thought Indiana Is surely alive to her po litical responsibility ami the charac ter of her enthusiasm ireans the suc cess of the Republican A drizzling rain for a twrt of the diy and evenln and bad railroad wnlch made the trnn mire than an hour late before the dirs Muernry wns half to make no Impression on the damand for n lonV at the nnd whsripySr his train was a standstill there wps no cessation to the oltoers Of npnfqval nnd shouts of applause which tjie Begins Work Beginning at Brazil with a largely attended meeting at 7 Oclock in the Taft made afiftymile circle clear around which was reached at 9 oclock last Frankfort and Kokomo were visited In and at each place there turned out a pop ulace teeming with Ma rlons crowd was so dense that Sena tor who followed close on the heels of Judge Taft to the court house lost his pockotbook with out realizing It for some the next presented insurmountable obstacles In the way of and the candidate just sim ply rode in the line of march and aban doned all attempts to reach the speak ers He made a few remarks from the rear of his car after return ing to it and the crowd tMttt followed him to the station was amply repaid irL freight train jn LAIRD OPERA HOUSE MONDAY OCTOBER 26 FINAL IN AMERICA NEXT YEAR IN LONDON ARTHUR ALSTONS IN tiie sfsnal bock causing the Tflft special to wait an During this time Senator Hemenway and half a dozen of the speakers which Taft train carried furnished entertain ment for the big which per sisted in remaining despite the drlz I I Tribute to At Kokotno a tin roof Which had been used as a with near ly 200 boys and fell in while the candidate was talking from the car He asked about the accident and learned that none had been that is the blgigeut luck 1 have had on the entire he ejac ulated with much One of the candidates brief and characteristic speeches was delivered ut Anderson after dark and In the rain but to A large and enthusiastic He paid tribute to Benja min saying Is to ire an Intense pleasure to have received from the people of In diana such a cordial Indi anas giving to the nation General Benjamin Harrlaon makes me always feel because more than any other public first gave to me the the sympathy and the cOrdlal support that made me aspire to judicial Harrison was a ereat lawyer and great and Indiana may well as she Is about to his memory by the erection of a monument In Automobile Instead of Lafay ette while riding to the speakers stand Judge Taft had this note thrust into his hand by a welldressed man years ago I drove a mortgaged mule to this city to hear 11 Bryan Today I my own automobile to hear Can you guess who I am going to vote for Before reaching Frankfort Taft addressed a crowd Of workmen at the shops of the Clover Leaf He recalled the time when he said he had run the Clover Leaf as a judge on the bench through a receiver appointed by Frankfort turned out en masse to hear the He spoke briefly and remained on the car platform while Senator Hemenway made a Prices Scatsnow selling at Wests drug Kaised Makes Up Lost Emperor William has attracted the the dip lomatic corps by his recent attentions tn Jayne the American an Walking a mile to home of her Mrs Lydia age eighty of there husked and shocked twentythree shoeks of then walked home JobJisif owii Cora of Garreit was awaiHed to Frank a Garrett h a notice wa not 1 6 sell liquor el keep ing him Flowerss COLLECTIONS ONLY FAIR A Home 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property 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 anIOffer GILLESPIE Duns Review of Trade Notes Disposi tion to Await New Weekly Review of Trade says today Anteoleotlon lassitude is general in tho commercial especially to the placlug of contracts for now j Imt there is a gratifying decrease in idle machinery at manu facturing testifying to confi dence in n good demand when tlu present uncertainty is Lack rain has been a serious low water retarding mill work and river while winter wheat is get ting a poor and forest Ires cause great Collections improve in farming sections as the crops are but are still only fair on the Considering the amount of busi ness In the steel industry that is known to be held back until after election this weeks new orders are although the sales of pig iron were at prices most favorable to the the con tracts placed assure activity at some furnaces well into the While the railroads are not placing normal orders by any yet there are new sales of cars and track Textile plants are more fully occupied and a better tone is apparent in the primary WEATHER West Virginia Saturday and Western Pennsylvania and Ohio Showers Saturday and Sunfoy fresh ctrong east WHOLE CABINET TAKESTOSTUMP Concerted Effort to Make Tails MOT IS ASSIGNED TO OHIO He Thlngi Arc a Little Split Meiiltig Cun Situation and Is Reached to Get Week Will See All of Official Family Out Hustling for Depews Itinerary la liams Says Ohio la result of the cabinet meeting member of the presidents offlclaivfamlly will go out some timenext wjsolt to make political speeches In the allies where there Is doubt as the outcome of the campaign In favor of iijdge Postmaster General will speak at 26 27 29 30 and The campaign engagements 1n Virginia of Senator who was scheduled to speak at Harrison SECRETARY OF STATE Norfolk and Suffolk beginning have been canceled auj the senator will take the stump in more doubtful states than Secretary Hoot made a special call on the some lime after tho cabinet meeting whether the fact that he was sent to Ohio to speak was not an ad mission on the part of the administra tion that the situation there was in danger for the Ho ad mitted that the Ohio situation was somewhat split The secretary was asked his opinion regarding the situation in New York He said that Mew York was absolutely snfe for Judge Taft and that it give him almost as large a vote as it gave President Roosevelt in Root Sent to Secretary who expected thnt he would speak only In New York city has been requested to go Into Ohio and assist in the campaign Ho will speak in Cincinnati Wednesday night and at Toledo on Thursday His engagement to preside at a meeting in Carnegie New York on Friday night has been but he will speak at the riding academy meeting in that city Saturday Secretary Corlelyou will speak in New York city Thursday Sec retary ot War Wright will speak in Baltimore some night next West Virginia will be visited by Secretary Motcalf next Attorney General Bonaparte will make two speeches in New York city next New The New York Herald says Information gathered by the Herald Is that the Republican national com mittee has arranged to spend In Ohio next This determination was arrived at following the receipt of information of Bryans success ful tour through that The news reached Republican national headquar ters in telegrams from county chair Charles Taft called on Na tional Chairman Hitchcock at the Man hattan hotel to discuss the Plenty of Money for iHltchcock started for Before he and Charles Taft got through sizing up things it had been decided to turn the money loose in Buckeye It Is to be spent In election districts In the Industrial centers of the appropriation of was also the Herald for Indi Senator Hetnenway was here last week nnd made arrangements with Cornelius Bliss for getting the Another bunch of the Republi can totaling will bt spent In An Immense sum Is also to be turned loose In New York next Chairman Hitchcock of the Republi can national committee has gone to He will have a final per sonal conference there on the political situations and conditions In the west and middle west and return here Mon day Members of the local unions affiliat ed with the American Federation of Labor will have who Is an honorary member of the International Union of Steam to Ahem selvesnext WeduuJiUy evening for half an Since Taft has con sented to speak to them In Cooper Union on that evening they have ar ranged to exclude from the hall all persons who are not members of tho Henry chairman of tho Ohio Republican state executive com was at headquarters to consult with Chairman Hitchcock about the campaign In Williams said They are ready to vote and to vote I see no reason to doubt that Taft will casry Ohio by at least The entire Republican ticket will be elected by about the same plu Gompers to Answer National Chalman Mack of the Dem ocratic national committee made pub lic the following telegram from Sam uel president of the Ameri can Federation of received by Bryan upon his arrival in Jersey City President Roosevelts at tack I deem It my duty to advise you that I am preparing Some newspapers are trying to embarrass you by declaring that you will appoint me member of your cabinet If you are elected You may say that I hove emphatically and fre quently declared that under no cir cumstances would I accept any public either elective or and this declaration is The contest of labor Is for justice and not for What Bryan Really protest against their being placed before the country as They do not oak for pity they do not ask for charity they sim ply demand This quotation was officially gated by John in charge of Democratic here today as being what Bryan actually said upon the occasion when he Is alleged to have referred to laboring men as public thechateeVcaiYie only1 from Hearst Bryan refused to take notice of said but now that Secretary Straus has used the term in a newspaper Interview it is time that we gave out the correct Lambsaid the quotation wss a matter of record at THI3TATE NEWS IN BRIEF age of dropped dead ot heart Alfrad a threeyearold was burned to death at Amsterdam while playing with Thirtysix hours alter the Christian people of this city united In prayers for rain their were silt the tires on Wolcombs automobtlr and removed tha license lag iwhlle he was In attendance at a Republican puppy left In Oliver Carpenters kitchen to keep warm turned on a cock In a gas stove after the family had gone to By the narrowest chance one of them was aroused and saved the others from as stored cars on the Petersburg ex tending from Wllliamsburg have been removed and the line opened for The cars arc now In the Hollidayeburg yard and as needed are being West Curtis of Ashland and Miss Pearl Todd were married at the home of the brides mother near The couple mot In a Cleveland where Miss Todd nursed him through a long siege of Illness after an a gift on her twentyfirst birthday annt vereary Elizabeth daughter ot a Falrfleld township farm has received from Elizabeth a wealthy aunt re siding In Ohio and for whom Miss Bowman was i a drove off a bridge crossing Lycoming creek and was found dead beneath his White Is believed to been an the bridge from which the conveyance fell Is a street railway The horse had taken to this an express train was speeding down the mountain side at east of a welldressed young man walked upon the track deliberately lying down In front of the was crushed to The body was mangled be yond The suicide was smoothfaced and had light Fifty cents was all his pockets The body Is in Chicago Grain Weakness of Eu ropean grain markets had a depress ing effect today on the local final quotations showing net losses of oats steady and provisions December options closed BRIDES CARESS IS DEATHJOHUSBAND Goaded Beyond Sheets Him Dead Van shot by his brides former suit tr while on a railroad train Just start ing the bridal died in his wifes arms on the Beauvre Is under arrest charged with the shoot He sat directly across the aisle from the bridal couple when the shot was It is reported that he had but a few minutes before offered his Boauvre is also reported to have made an attempt to shoot the the attempt was frustrated by an aged Van who was a prominent teacher at was married to Miss Mamie Rhores of Beauvre did not attend the When the train pulled out for New Orleans with the bridal pair Beauvre also boarded It and took a seat across the aisle from and Van In fieauvre Is alleged to have leaned across and said Congratu lations to you The bride thanked him and added We are very at the same time turning to her husband to caress This Is too Beauvre is al leged to have Drawing a revolver he flred at Van the first shot killing the bridegroom almost Plttsbury Corn 3 yellow 1 $14.00@15.00. 30 Ohio Eggs Selected Cheese Ohio full Cattle Supply light market tidy common to good fat good fresh cows and common to f Sheep and Lambs Supply fair and sheep steady lambs Prime good 4 fair culls and veal heavy and thin Hogs Receipts 39 double deoks market active and prices Prime medium heavy light Ballards Murderer Having confessed his guilt and with a upon his Joe age eight negro murderer of was hanged i the county Ballard was a railway He was killed by Jarnes on the night of July 3 the murder precipitating riots which state troops were necessary to In a drunken stupor James had wan dered luto the home of Ballard and had entered the bedroom ot Miss Blanche Ballard and seized her The girl Her father came to her assistance and drove the negro from the A fight followed In which James stabbed Ballard to Not Sufficient grand jury Called to return Indictments against Stein and Bayard ot Des In connection witti the murder declaring the evidence BRYAN EXPECTS TO B DEPOSED Says Roosevelt Will Likely Put Up Hick instead 60MPERS ALSO TO LOSE JOB Commoner During Tour through New Jersey Jokes About President Roosa velti Letter to Senator Re ceives an Ovation at Night Makes Appropriate Inaugural Upon Hit Arrival at White Tour Today and Cloees at New Jersey poured out her to greet William Refreshed by a long following two laborious days In Ohio and West the Democratic candidate was In splendid form and took advantage of thfs to inject Into his a spfrlt which enabled him to impress his audiences every Traveling at a nerveracking clip over a zigzag course In a handsomely equipped special in charge ot State Chairman Bryan was enabled to talk to great numbers of laboring men and others in the farming and Industrial centers of the Evidently inspired by President Roosevelts recent declara tton on the subject ot in which President Samuel Gompers and him wtf were severely Bryan choM for his main text the labor ques and In most all of his of which there were made merry with the He accused the president of butting into the cam paign again and deposing Gompers and sold sarcastically that he expected before long that he himself would be deposed and Nicholas the presidents placed at the of tha Dwelt on He never lost an opportunity to de fine the difference between the plat forms of the Republican and Demo cratic parties respect to labor and explained with minute detail the pledges Dyhich the Democratic party made at Denver to secure the remedial legislation for labor was but to the cans hai turned a dear Incident at West on his way lntto Neiv held out so well because he had no ragged to pass his while at White seizing the name for a witty preliminary to his he said here at It has been rather a long but His platform having outlined the remedial legislation which demanded should be he it would be carried out in1 letter and in spirit and that was about all that he could say In an Inaugural At Trenton he told the people that h un I Petp ocrae tfehj fid hiin parly In front of Immense throngs greet ed him at Som Perth New Brunswick and On no occa sion during lie campaign were his re so Interrupted with expressions from people in his audiences Indicat ing their friendliness toward him than on Climax at The climax of the eventful day came when he visited Newark last The whole city was aglow with redfire and his progress through the streets to the where he was nothing short of an A seething mass of humanjty followed him to the already long before packed to its while on the outside were countless numbers unable to gain made it nocawary for him to deliver an over flow The air was rent with cheers as he unfolded the Democratic policies and hurled on avalanche of criticism upon the Republican party for its as he to lliten to the demands of the Upon the conclusion of his remarks here Bryan retired for the night on his which was taken to Jersey from which place he will leave for other points In the conclude ing with a visit late this evening to DeWltts Carbolleed Witch Hazel Salve is the best aalve for Be sure you get Sold by Harry LAIRD OPERA HOUSE One Night Only WEDNESDAY October 28th THE BQQK The Event of the Season An Unusually Strong Dramatization of Barr McCutcheons Great Book ORAUSTARK A LOVE BEHIND A THRONE By The Author of BREWSTERS MILLIONS Presented by a cast of New York Players Including MISS StEPHANli IQN6FELLOW A Passive Scenic Production Sale Opens Saturday f f WARNING Owing to the Unusual Interest Manifested In This Engagement it is Advisable Your Seats in   

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