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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                iffl THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED Hat Pins Real Rose Hat Pins It does not seem yet It Is that time Hat Pins ire made out of live changed into metal by secret This dtocovcry is without doubt one of the lost arts ot the Bndent Tbty are the nxxt beautiful of ID Hit Made la fmbhet to conform to the pravaUlna1 to Six sizts Everybody is ttlktoo about Dont fail to come in and seet These ore thOBenulM OEIAKOTHE Real Rosa Hat FOR SALE BY J Dunlap Notice Our window Fine Soap At The Correct Price KAMERER THE Bessemer Pharmacy BRYAN REVIEWS RECORDOFTAFT Declares He Ordered Gut in of Railway Men The Demorrntlc charged that the president was iibw Issuing a dally bulletin assuring the people that Taft was the frloiul of I My he there Is a certain mndinllty n limit friendship both sMos hnvp tn when ho il frleiul cf I miy say Hlniil Mr o sid H he tor Tuffs record shows The Big Store GOAL Our prices delivered to all parts ot the city are as follows Hard all sizes Plttsburg Lump Pittsburg Lump 5 tons or z90 Plttsburg or f Lump and tons or Filer Lump 1 Filer Lump 5 tons or Filer Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump and Nut 6 t tons or 2 Filer Nut Nut 250 All our Plttsburg coal comes from 1 mines 12 and tjje cream of the Plttsburg Any orders booked now will be protected against advance in Our terms 5 tons or cash with order or on Orders of 5 tons or more CO B cents per off if 10 Our facilities for handling coal makes it possible to give the best Our best custom Broad tired wagons used In driving j over Miller i CANAL McNARYS Rat Exterminator Will rid your place of No odor from dead 25 and 50c per Your money back If It McNARY v CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ESTIMATES 50 Columbia Union Phone 1222 The Laundering Of Mens Wash Vests has been a big feature of Tho Keystone The wardrobe of the average man nowadays contains from two to four wash they require frequent launder If these men knew how mucn care and attention wo are giv ing to wed be doing all the work In We Btarch vests Just enougn toehold their and de liver each one in an individual made tor tfte Tf you want your lluen to ol thai Clean to taw our laundry wagoo from Pbone W It Stands In the Limelight ot public opinion and that is whero we want our Furniture always to re We ever invite the closest in spection ofevery article we offer for and we tell the about it to all Intending Wo believo tile best kind of an advertisement for a bouse like ours is strict nnd we are going to live up to this which we are making every GIBSON FURNITUE r Cltliens The disgrace of the city the fault of the imported dress trimmings The New Trimmings are The rich Silver and Metal antique colored effects and a thou sand other beautiful You know the French went back to the Directoire period for inspiration and types this got their styles there and in the usual French manner did not stop liif but got the Trimmings there to complete the This accounts for the great showing of Metal eCecls and Antique colorings tapestry Colored Bands on Block to 6 inches these Gold andMetals are particularly New Chenille colorings in all the new shades to match ulso Gold and New fancy Brocades and other rich again the Direo toire Influence is niarlct Self colored Bands to match all the fashionable woolens are nlso Fancy made Gold and Silver Drop White and Colored Silk to 12 Inches And so it runs thru the whole gamut of beautiful you see ttio rich Trimmings Paris is resplendent accept this invitation bo the BOGGS NORTH QUOTES PARTS OF DECISION At Madison Square Garden In New crowded to the the Commoner Makes the Most Impor tant Speech of His Three Cam Rooievelt Has Made a Political Football of Presidency and Has Criticized Courts as Se verely as Has Samuel New the close of a trying day of outdoor speak ing in drenching of fast flying trips by automobile and special of receptions and formal dinner and of three big evening meetings In different sections of the city William Jennings Bryan last night In Madison Square Garden addressed the most notable gathering of his three The great oval amphitheater of the garden held a throng of thousands limited only by its vast From plat form to the farthermost reaches of the loftiest four encircling galleries there was no vacant The police early in the evening cut off nil access to the with a disappointed waiting line blocks in Notable as it was in the size and enthusiasm of its great the meeting took superior rank In the dis tinguished personnel of its speakers and party leaders who sat with Bryan upon the platform and cheered his every It was oclock when Bryan finally reached the His com ing was heralded by eager outposts at the door and the first cry of Bryan brought every man and woman to their feet in one rising wave of A flag was in the hands of every per son in the vast audience and the scene as the presidential candidate made his way through the aisles to the stage was strikingly a repetition of the dem onstration at Denver when Bryan was The waving of tho flags In a rippling sea of the cheering and the music lasted for four teen mSnutes before with uplifted finally secured the si lence that permitted him to Makes Defense of Bryan appeared tired and worn when lie began his but the cheers of the crowd seemed to him with new strength and he spoke with all his characteristic His clear and resonant as a filled the big garden to its farthest Taking up the presidents letter re garding Bryan said the president criticized Gompers the other day for criticizing tho I he that Gompers has never criticized the courts more severely than President Roosevelt himself has criticized the that he Is not In with who toll In this Fesce a Hew Is KoirclhlriK I hnpo will engage his nltuM fur tho r I of Ilia it is a dccsnn renriorod by him in lhe case or vr tlio Cin nnd Railway com In thnl rase Taft rendered a decision authorizing the receiver to make a cut of 10 per cent In the wages of the railway employes and he rendered that decision in 1894 when the same question came before olher The same question came be fore Judge Caldwell and he refused to authorize a nut of 10 per cent In the wages of the employes and when these employes who wore affected by Judge Tafts decision made application to have wages restored to their former amount In rejecting their used tills language Their appeal is exactly like that of an appeal from an employe to an except that while the em ployer may be moved by considera tions of charity a court id limited in the exercise of Its discretion to such action as may be consistent with tho preservation of the property and its due administration in the interests of those Property Comes He denied these men any right to appeal and without setting a permitted them to state their and then Informed them that an ordinary employer might as a matter of charity hear them and heed but that In his court he had to consider the questions of Bryan closed with a bitter de nunciation of the president as he making himself a I to the he The office was held by Wash gton and by by Jackson and and If I take It 1 want to take It with those sacred traditions still clinging to I do not want it into the arena of politics and made a football between the Sayp Labor Vote Is president of the International Brother hood of Steam Shovelmen and Dredg called on President Roosevelt and talked svlth him regarding the politi cal Dolan has Just re turned from a trip through Ohio and New Vork and he told the president that as a result of his ob servations of the several organizations of brotherhood ttie labor vote seejns to be prettyevenly The he are not expressing them selves to any extent and it Is hard to learn just where they He re ported most of the men of hia brotherhood are with Judge Taft be cause they always found him to treat them squarely when they asked any thing that was He said there less Interest taken in this cam Archbold Purpose of fient to New Oct Arch bold of the Standard Oil company made the following statement lng the letters made public Ham Hearst 1 am very sure until Hearst read the lettersthat neither Judge Morrl son nor Judge Henderson had any knowledge of my having written Gov errior Stone In their Judge Henderson was not appointed by Gov ernor Stone to the supreme but was thrae years later appointed by Governor Pennypacker to a superior court any fee ble word of mine could have Influenced In the slightest degree the selection of those gentlemen for their respect ive positions I would be very proud of Their state has had no better servants than and I certainly have never of them of any either for myself or for the company with which I am My letters to General Elkfn re ferring to accompanying drafts related entirely to contributions to the Re publican state then en gaged in the campaign preliminary to the renomlnatlon of a subject regarding which I think Hearst would be a little for was It not the election and tragic death of MoKlnley that came near costing Hearst his precious neck i Kern Resumes Hit a special train John Democratic candidate for vice presi spent the day campaigning In the Interest of the Democratic party from Indianapolis to Kerns arguments at each town were all along the same He argued that the Republican party was trying to scare the voters into line by cryinf He declared that every unlaw ful trust in the Unlterl States was for They are wise enough to stant said If would do the same thing Borne 100 as shown by a Senator would not now In control of the countrys Industrial They would not be threatening you every four years with There are of yoUi Will you be controlled by 100 Speaking to a large crowd at Green Kern asserted that conditions under a Democratic admin istratlon could not be any worse than they are at He said If these Republicans can prevent a panic In the name of do they not stop the one that Is now on I saw In New York a few days ago a solid square of men lined up waiting for WEALTHY BANKER FLEES FROM ARREST Charged with Crlmlml Assault on Tin Blind Girls Santa th police In every southwestern city and town on the lookout for a wealthy banker ot Alamo Ibis age IB a fugitive from justice Me is charged with a criminal attack on two blind age fourteen and of the Institute for the blind at Alamo The accused man was a mem ber of the board of truitaeai Indictment charring the crime have bean returned by a grand Jury at Albu querque and of arrest have It Isalleged the offense was committed two weeks ago at where he took the girls to the national Irrigation con gress to show what is being accom pllahed by tho Alamo Gordo Institu The matter came to light owing to one of the victims having made a confession to the The matter was at once reported to Gov ernor who ordered Attorney General Harvey to make a rigid Inves iw fflen and operators fliroughoukiUrt an thracite region are at with each Upon the convening of the board of conciliation here It wa found that there were no grievancestobe rise in the New idlfftrJct ing from a heavy rainfall will permit the shipment of more than bushels of Kanawha coal to Clncin paign among the laboring classes than All local packets between In previous elections and that the la Cincinnati and Louisville will boring people are not Woused over I resume thflf XJfk A The WHITE is King White rotary and vibrating lo machine also New Domes Ic and other Needles and repairing for all Special attention given to repair Greenes Music JAP ROSE SOAP TRANSPARENT Only those who use Jap Rose can appreciate the luxury of a perfect bath soap its delicate fragrance and delightful effect on the These qualities are found in no other None other just as Made by our own ST CANNOT BE IMITATED Krk a 36O Water Chicago FREE FREE 70 Kerr Reported When William the Democratic pres idential finished his speflch here a was delivered to him saying that National Committeeman James Kerr of Pennsylvania is dying at his home in New Bryan expressed a wish to call upon him before leaving this section 6f the stateif it could bearranged by those in of his New the offlee of James member from Pennsyl vania of Democratic national com wassaid that Kerr has been HI in his New Rochelle homo during the last two It was add ed that while his Illness is serious yet he was not considered to be in a dy ing Two Women Klst New Bryan entered the Astor gallery at a Deception of the Womans Democratic club at the Waldorf Astoria was kissed by two women in the presence of nearly 700 others and narrowly es cuped theembraces of a third Bryan dis played some Workman Falls Sixteen of a Wall street scraperettiiough theopen door of Oct bers of the Cincinnati baseball club have left here for where the1 will play the leading clubs of the Cuban Ktttanning Oct household his cattle and ft new frame house built tn WUbitf Bowser of Bast Franklin townshipJiM left for where he acquired a He loaded all In 6116 freight whlcli will be his home til the destination Is era of the anthracite region hasve pleted arrangements for the ante of Mitchell day on Thuradfcjc There will tw no big though the Will be and the various will hold rallies throughout the Wyoming coal Baker of assistant chief dark In the state senate for a number of years and now attached to Republican headquarters in Is critically 111 with hauters Charles ago coal and hia Albert Bailey age a down by the Chicago expressi was killed and Bailey fatally hiint ing Hoslop Ernest Kpler mlstbok William a for a Wild animal and shot him In the ably Treasurer Sheatt wat today wltto notice that he hadMelt made defendant in an action to pre vent suit against the UnitedStates Fidelity and Guar anty Baltimore as a aiira ty for tho state deposits In the gheny National Got lature will be asked to doisomethlrifc to protect the public against age poultry and i Dairy Commissioner Foust finds common practice to put keys and ducks in cold atoraiv for as long as two AHthJiwtUi atop under the proposed i iftf Florence who held is Jail as an accessory In the mufti der of her Captain Clayton by hep Catherine several weeks secured a writ of habeas corpus In an effort obtain the of the The hearing will be Kit Oct Ju was on hit down to the John piffiylor metinstant iimi nf ilnin niiu MOflfSOMERY CUNVlCTEO the Kit a FoundQUtMy of Embeziiemenf Prom Allegheny National Mont cashier of thewrecked Alle gheny National woefound guiJty Judge Young on two counts of embezzling end abstracting of the banks Follow lug the verdict trial on the second Indictment of twentyone misappropriation 000 worth of breweiy start Conviction on a charge of embez zling the funds of a national bankcar riea with it a sentence of not less than five nor more than ten gomery onthe charges already triad might besentenced to the penitentiary for twenty The complete falling to pieces of the In contesting theUrst in dictment was a erys attempting to have the case quashed on a technical threwup Breathless spectators awaited the rumored coup that would free tho former cash ier It foiledto material The v real sensaMon was occa sioned by the counsel for defense announcing no witnesses would be the failure of a brake on a trolley car operated by the Wyoming Valley Trac tion company the car flashed to the foot of a steep At the bottom it struck a telegraph demolish Ishlng the front of the Of the twelve passengers eleven were New tion for commutation of the death tence of Charles convicted of first degree murder for killnghls will be made before the state pardon Qulmbya attorneys asserted during the trial that he was insane and they will make this the basis of the and attacked to but was later taken to campaign of the Republican party wHt be closed in this where It waw Judce Taft a party will arrive here at 4 oclock neiff Monday afternoon and will remain seven leaving for his in Cincinnati at 11 He will liver two speeches in the evening and in the afternoon will review a paradef which will include marching ctil from a radius of 100 Other speakers for the afternoon and ing are Senator Secretary of the Interior Garneld aud a of WKATHKR L Weet Fair Tuesday Weetern Pennsylvania and south to eouthwest A Quaint noted woman teacter before a class of school Stwibad sponfra lng the She read It to tie as she with great but the next day sue bearcl a boy on being asked by his 146 what had happened at the school piled nothing except thai lady talked to herself on a pleot Juit the r Bessie was Just finishing her breast fasfas papa stooped k olng onfr ly took up ber napkin said ner wiping away papag salU looking itnUe wubblny It LAIRD OPERA HOUSE One Night Only WEDNESDAY October 28th BEAD THE BOOK I The Event of the Season An Unusually Strong Dramatization of Barr McCutcheons Great GRAUSTA A LOVE BEHIND A THRONE By The Author of BREWSTERS MILLIONS Presented by a cast of New York Players Includh MISS STEPHANIE A Vossive Scenic Production Sale Opens Saturday Prices   

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