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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                Hat Pins made out of Real Roses I Real Rose Hat Pins It does not ettem yet it Is that these Hat nude out of live changed Into roetnl by a secret This dhcovery to without doubt one of the loet arts of the ancient They era the moet beautiful Made la fiafehee to conform to the PC availing fMMooe h Sisrine Dont These ore IboBcnuiM DELAMOTHE Red ROM FOR SALE BY J Dunlap Notice Our window Fine Soap At The Correct Price KAMERER THE Bessemer Pharmacy E EVENING The Big Store COAL Our prices delivered to all parts of the city as follows Hard all Pittsburg Lump Pittsburg Lump 5 tons or PittsBurg Lump 6 tons or Plttsburg Lump or1 more tons or more 265 Filer Lump 5 tons or 255 Filer Lump and Nut G tonp or Filet Nut Filer Nut All our Pittsburg coal comes from mines 12 and the cream of the Pittsburg Any orders booked now will be protected against idvance In Our terms 5 tons or cash with order or on Orders of tons or more 60 5 cents per ton off If paid within 10 Our facilities for handling coal makes 11 possible to give the best Our best custom Broad tired wagons used In driving over Miller CANAL It Stands in the Limelight of public opinion and that Is where we want our Furniture always to re We ever Invite the closest In spection of every article wo offer for aail we tell the truth about it to all Intending We bellevo the best kindof an advertisement for a house IlUe ours in strict uml we arc going to live up to this which wo are making every GIBSON FURNITUE Citizens at Fault The disgrace of the city is the fault of B B curtains NcNARYS Rat Exterminator Will rid your place of No odor from dead 25 and 50c per Your money back If It McNARY CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ESTIMATES 0 Columbia Union Phone 1222 ones and prices that will interest Loom Lace Sill and Leaded Glass a New made Sill lengths plain bobbinet with wide hem and picot with Battehbcrg with lace insertion and all neatly a Any kind of Curtains you in full at prices to save you to a Lots of hand made Cluny and Real Renaissance variety of White and Colored Curtain to handsomest jmported Silk mate All kinds of hangings made to Low prices on best Window made to OOGGS NORTH f SON OGEEDS Is In Sunshine Kefs WES PLEA FOR LABOR VOTE t t v tteclarti Republican Party Have Been peVbted chiefly to the of That Disaster Will Overtake Industries In Case of Bryans lican He le Just As Much Opposed to Monopoly as le trie beVflocfutlc The Laundering Of Mens Wash Vests Has a WB feature of The Keystone he wardrobe of the average nan nowadays contains from wo to four wash vestsand hey require frequent launder ese men knew how much and attention we are gly wed be doing all woi n vests lust enough old their and de each onp IP an individual the to ftl The WHITE is King firyafcB Stfall the people rule Shall the people rule has strand he The truth Is that the propoaltlon that he people hart not ruled up to this lialo met with BO much ridicule that It tins faded out ns an Issue GROWS Troyr i Indus rles of the cltlps add towna which Ine the banks picturesque Hud on fromGreater New Yorkto Troy were matte the tejtt for the speeches William Taft to the people of hese cities and smiled the form of he Ohioan through ai heavy He talked toMmany at could get Jniefthe largest theater and hen addressed who had stood in whose number was even greater BryahYhfid spoken in Yonkers saying his dlstin chargedthat the lepubllcan party had done nothing or Taft first asserted that he policies of the Republican party lad been chiefly devoted to the Inter ists of labor and then pointed out that he protective policy made possible he sugar refining thfi chief enterprise of the Bryan was bold to advocate such views In a town like continued which believe Is one of the greatest man ifacturlng towns in proportion to Us size In the state of New York and IH ependent upon the protective As a Taft of the utterly impractical or destructive character of Bryans recommenda Ions with reference to economic re he would cite what Bryan would do with the Yonkers sugar re assuming for argument that the reflnery was In Disaster Would Taft said He would take off he differential on protec lon which is necessary to enable us have any sugar refineries In this It would cause the establish ment of refineries In and all of yourpopulation here dependout on refinery would be And not only would it destroy the but with It the Independent The Republican partyIs Just as much opposed to monopoly asthe Dem ocratic announced Taft It passed and enforced the antitrust It believes In going directly at the evil of monopoly by ninlshing men for continuing rath er than by destroying the Industries and the great combinations of capital hat have so much utility and are of jiich benefit to the wage It elleves In stamping out the evil and it stamping out the A class of girls from Vassalcol ege tried to get Judge Tafts speech n shorthand and an enthusiast In the jallery attracted brief attention by shouting He surely wears the smile hat wont come It will still be there next Judge Taft and In his hope ho audience seemed to Here he RoMiihlinnij camliilate reverted to Hitchcock Says 6hlo and New York Are Safe for New Chairman Hitchcock of the ftepubllcan national an i committee said ftt headquarters that Taft was HO tmirh In rlemnrd by the Information on which he is to base the Immense crowd Ue forecast of the electoral vote which he will give out at the end of the week Is roaehinghlm rapidly and that already It is sufficient to convince him that many surprises evidently are In store for election From the leaders of the party in Missouri the reports are far more op timistic than hare been he and In consequence he was almost tempted to expect thait state to show In the Republican He did not to carry but believed there wps promise of a few electoral voles for the Republican Hitchcock added that Ten nessee also apparently Is preparing some As to Ohio there was declared to be no Itwas described as ab solutely Nor was Indiana giving the Republican chairman any but he wtw not so he of Montana and these latter two were the only states west of tho Mississippi that were in according to his of New York was declared to be like absolutely Both Taft for the presidency and Governor Hughes for reelection were said to be assured of victory at the polls In this flic when he emerped Hint mpclp 3 sec ond speech from the of the Re ptibllcntt hendatiMters Faulty Engine Delays A faulty engine the Tuft special ao that It was 10 oclock before It wlvr monster meeting was Tho Interests of labor were talked of nt each place and enthusiasm was at a high The theory of protection as explained was heartily applauded and the candidateremarked that the people of an Industrial seemed to be awake to their own Inter In this connection he said that Bryan was tho author of the state ment In the Democratic platform Protection Is the robbery of the many for the benefit of the Troy was reached at Immense Bolton hall was packed and jammed with thousands who had boon In their coveted places for three I never appreciated the Industries pf said the candidate after ho had been amid great tu until I made four speeches In as hours and then I needed the Immense laundry came a husky hlblting great and after the laughter the candidate said he would not vie with but he had the You can have was tho quick Tho speech had pro ceeded but a short time when a woman In the audience near the stand making the fburth occurrence of tho kind during the It was after 11 oclock when the candidate had flm Ished his days DAUGHTER UNVEILS HARRISON STATUE Home City of late President Honors His Memory tri bute of his home has been paid to General Benjamin Thou sands of citizens despite the to witness the unveiling of the striking bronze likeness of their for mer Vice President Charles president of the General Harrison Memorial presented the monument to the A parade Including of the Seventh of which for mer President Harrison was preceded the unveiling Little Elizabeth the dead presidents tugged at a cord that released the which opened out and revealed the bronze James Whitcomb Rileread a poem that he had written for this The Tribute of His General John Noble paid a tribute to his former chief In an eulogistic speech and was followed by John United States consul to Chicago Grain prices in the localexchange advanced moro than 1 cent today owing to crop dam age reports from Argentina and to a decreased movement in the At the close prices were up oats and provisions closed Decembajoptions closed Another Dayton Man Hem felt made a successful flight of feet with an aeroplane materially dif fering from that of the Wright broth ers In that In the single plane principle is the Wright machine having dqUble plane j Although hitherto unknown in the aeronautic Heinfelt has built three previous paying his j expenses out of his slender salary as a rils motor was given him by a tyho took It out of an old The flight was termi nated by a lack skill on the part of the who brought the ma chine to the ground too breaking one of Not Enough Water for BORROWED FROM COUNTRY BANKS Applications for Loans Said to Have Been Forged MONTGOMERY FIGHTING HARD Former Cashier of Allegheny National Bank Offering Vigorous Defense In His Second Proves An Unwilling But Damaging Witness to Former amlner Folds dives Testimony Con cerning an Alleged Confession Made to Exonerate Other with no indication of a collapse of the defense as In the trial on the first In counsel for William Mont former cashier of the Alle gheny National it is will put him on the stand Hla testimony Is expected to be the final effort to explain away the formidable array of facts presented by the prose Efforts of the prosecution In endeav oring to show that the cashier had di verted securities and funds to his per sonal use resulted In a strong case being built Chains of evidence were built around two notes for One on Its face purported to be from the Farmers National bank of Klttanning to dated July ators In the Great trlct for the seco weeks failed to st oper Kanawha river dls id time within two irt bushels of coal to the Cincinnati market ow Ing to the rise frojji New river falling to make a bargefwater in the Ohio Steain was falsed on the boats and crews hiredat great Plltabtirg river coal operators have not shipped any cqijrt since MayOver barges are loaded to vahted idle barges are tied up between Pittsburg and Going to Carry His New William Bryan expects to carry his own elec tion precinct next Tuesday for the first time in his three campaigns for the Said he When I moved Into that precinct there were ten Republicans to two Democrats and now there are only two Republi cans to one This year I am going to carry my own I am going to carry the city of Lincoln and I am going to carry the state of TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF boys employed In the KearnsQorauali glass factory quit work because of a reduction In wages from to a re ceipts of the state dairy and food divi sion for the year ending this month have reached more than ever received Sny county has received a bill with these words written in ink across the face of it The last Gower was fatally hurt and Harry Pi Nyce and Pasqualle Zuamo veto ae verely hurtby a premature explosion of They were preparing a tlgatlon of the charge of horse steal Ing age said to be a member of a prominent family at was released on vice president of the First National bank of this died at his home In He had been ill and took wood thinking It was and Clara age eleven and fourteen miraculously escaped Injury when a train struck a milk wagon which they were The wagon was completely barrels will be used for ballot boxes in San dusky county at the coming step was necessary because of the large ballots to be used la the presidential election Mingo the sixyear old son of John Canterburry shot and killed his fouryearold brother and fa tally wounded his threeyearold sis The boy was playing with a shot C senior vice president the New York Central spoke for Judge Taft in Toledo last The 500 employes In the companys shops here had free tickets to Toledo for the Jury in the case of a game warden of Belmont charged1 with the murderof Will Cofl at Bel found him guilty of murder in the second the same as at the first 93 HAIR TONIC White rotary and vibrating tie machine also New Domes tic and other Needles and repairing for all Special attention given to repair Greenes Music Store 141 Our faith in the mperior remedial qualities of Rexall 93 Hair Tonic U w rtrong that we promite to return your queition or if it does not do what we claini it Because it contains Beta Glycerin and Alcohol in perfect Rexall Hair Tonic provides the stimulating and nourishing so desira ble and necessary for ihe successful treatment of scalp and hair If used according to directions for a reasonable length of we are absolutely positive that will thoroughly cleanse the scalp and relieve eradicate Simulate ihe hair follicles and revitalize and nourish the hair stop falling prevent promote hair growth and make the hair naturally soft and You must realize that we would not dare back up our clairni with such liberal offer unless we were positive that we can lubsiantiato out in every and the most skeptical person should at leart be willing to tryRexaU93 Vr Tonic at pur Druggist STORE M j lIV1 HiGHWAYMAN larlon County Citizen Robbed and Left in Road for a business man of on his way to Clarion was held shot in the nead and all his money amounting to nerly In Snyder was alone and driving when wo strangers roughly dressed stepped ut of the brush along the One ook the horse by the head and the ither came back to the buggyand told Snyder to shell He What do you mean And at that Instant he man at the buggy pulled out a re volver and shot the bullet enter ng over the right striking the skull at an It came out with out penetrating the brain Just over the right Snyder does not remember any He crawled to a blacksmith shop near and fell Kurtz a sent his son to telephone for help and Ban gert of Shlppenvllle was rushed to the scene In his Arriving there the doctor found Snyder suffering Irpro concussion of brain and Drought him to his office in the ma chine to operate on Everything of value was taken from Snyder excepting his Amonf he valuables taken was a check signed by SHarrow for on the CHI zens Trust company of Girl Shot and Oil Elevenyear old Flora Shlru of Cranberry town on her way through the woods near Monarch park this city to take a street car for was criminal assaulted allot In the back the head a The girl wan dered to tjip park and was taken to Franklin where the bulle was found imbedded in the muscle of the Fred a reslden of a married ag arrested arid confront with his alleged She picket him lief Campbel irisinnocence and In the irankUu jjftll The child will Twelve Men Killed on lenched the Isthmian canal office in this concealing twa explosions ot which ooouned on the canal beat Joel bis kit with not worldwid At was l ployt Sam who add aL Beemrt thing The yonil back toi All the the little the wrlnk the along the ed In his tation wasji Evmthfl tramway rlguaurv but 2 hel yet in consider the tarrtl iWdi other of SleaVljt room era than out on 16 whereby twelve men were and eighteen were of those killed and were excepting WILLIAM MONTGOMERY The other of May was from the National bank of Beaver to John Both and Miller denied that helr signatures were attached orthat they had received any benefit from money Officials of the two banks In question told of having placed the loans through In the first Instance Discount Clerk Altaffer admitted that he had signed he name Fairley by order at In the second Examiner Folds testified that two deposit slips accounted for the secured from the Beaver Falls bank on May Ledgers and individual accounts of the iank were offered to show that on that day Montgomery was given a credit of and Quay one of It was claimed that foraach note the defendant gave as collateral brewery bonds belonging to the Alle gheny National Important admissions wrung from former Discount Clerk Altaffer after be had ceased to evade questioning by a plea of fear of Incrlmlnatlon were that he had dictated a letter to George cashier of the Farmers Na tional bank of on April by order of asking for a loan of that he hod signed Henry Scullys name to an ap the loan being for Mont A surprise was sprung by the pros ecution by the testimony of Examiner Folds relative to a confession he said was made by Montgomery on the aft ernoon of May 12 on the occasion of the latters second He claimed Quay and Marshal Stephen Stone were among Pressed for the purpose of the con the witness admitted It was wanted to exonerate certain persons from Captain Breck by shrewd questions attempted to cast aspersions on Examiner Foldss purpose In send ing the prisoner back to An ef fort to break down the authenticity of the confession is the re turn to the county jail here of Joe Veltru and Bruno convicted murderers who escaped last the reward offered by the county commissioners was divided among four persons who accomplished the capture and David Al bert Reed and Jacob said little Harley Burnlson as Lovlna age sixty tucked him in his bed at the European As Burn son stooped tp kiss the child she gasped and fell over on the Jumping out of bed the boy ran down stairs Grandmas She want to die I am broken Please let me die and go to These were the words ot Miss Beva Mat age daughter ot Matthews ot Nash port after she had ttaje an attempt to take nfr lite by atlcbarglng a rifle She U in condition the hospi tal here with her lower com Jay Ford congressman from teenth former vice president and pierjnethbefs of weboSroof have been sued damages by Oil wine plant at near leased by Tor quato Poallcohl of was de stroyed ly More than gal lons of as well as the grape packing were The stock was valued at ing remorse over his shooting of Lup ton age of Connells at two years Constable Charles Listen of Frlendsvllle put an end to his own life by firing four bullets into his car shops of the Cambria Steel which have been Idle since last will resume work tomorrow with their full complement of from the Harrlman lines are sufficient to run the plant until the ot the year at Broughton Brandenburg appeared in police court to answer the charge of being fugi tive from He asked further On telegraphic request from District Attorney Jerome of New York bail was increased from f500 to This ball was given and the case was Illinois Has an shock similar to an earthquake was felt at oclock last The shaking lasted about five Its motion became perceptible as a sharp shock and graQ ually dwindled H came from south by Buildings vibrated and windows and doors Roosevelt Fifty Years President Rooseveft observed his fiftieth anniver sary very London ing at Plttabii charged acy to JM at Mis mnployef while In thj ttiofiftq to theftunll the Pltttburg 3 yellow 1 fl400@15.00. 30V4 Ohio full light market tidy common to good fat good caip and common to Sheep and light and market Prime good fair cijlls and cgflHU011 veal 8826 heavy and thin tlve and Frlme heavy   

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