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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING ESTABLISHED PRICE 2 CENTS PER TAFTANDBRYAN Syracuse Entertains Two Oaniii dates on Sail E3iii THEN TO SUITS Both Address Crowded HOUSES ard Overflow Meetings at After Days Campaigning Along the Holds Big Meeting at James Shermans Home Extended Talk at Where He Explains Writ of Injunction and Its Oils city fell last night the distinction of entertaining the two men most nent In public To applaud ing thousands William Tatt and William Bryan expounded respec tively Republican and Democratic doc Taft spoke at two meetings and Bryan at At each occn Bion the Standing room was btlore HIP 1 Hour of fliieT 1 big men arrived standing room wan at a premium and hundreds were turned Also In each instance i tho presidenaial candidates were re celved with flattering demonstrations and their speeches were frequently interrupted by spontaneous j The Taft and Bryan specials arj rived at the station at almost thu saline and to the credit of citys hospitality the expressions of welcome wore pretty evenly Both candidates were mot by lonl leaders and entertained at Cheers sounded all day long in the wake of the Taft which Seneca Falls and The climax was reached last night In this city with a big two meetings and anover There has been no lack of audi tors and enthusiastic demonstrations wherever the Ohloan has Candidate In Good Despite the heavy campaigning re quired of him In Greater New he showed little effect of the He has hit at the roots of what he considers Democratic fallacies In every speech and has been free in expressing i his optimism as to what the result will be next Governor Hughes has been commended In strong likewise the remainder of I the New York state ticket and the vice presidential Here Judge Taft had the rival attraction of Bicslal car was In the COHENSJMN OFFICE Do You Need Money If so we have it to Can you get it from the banks If you come in and ask us about how we loan It is NOT NECESSARY THAT YOU OWN PROPERTY OR HAVE AN IN We will loan any amount you want on FURS Rings Sewing Fire Tools See Our Display of New Goods In Window PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Are showing the strongest line of merchandise to be seen in our city consisting of SUITS Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves ssa CO ATS SSES 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 A Home 53 Mercer Street Qillespie property now owned by Newell isjoflered for sale at a The property sold for above amount last year and is worth is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniences and centrally Make us an Offer GILLESPIE wlien At whole Taft hndaj large pud interested audience com posed largely of those Interested In he talked a half hour longer than his hours schedule After giving the history of the of Injunction to show that It was a court process devised to prevent the execu tion of a threatened injury to prop he had this to say of the attitude of the two parties and of Bryan in thematter The Republican party Injunctions that are too broad have sometimes been Issued In labor That puts labor tit a disad vantage and therefore It ought to Im discouraged as much as The party passed a resolution requiring the best practice with to in specifying the instances in which Injunctions shall issue without notice and offering an opportunity for a statute which shall malte Injunction without notice operative only for forty eight hours or fiftysix and then cease to be Democratic Injunction The on the other dont pay any attention to Injunctions without What they say Is that Injunctions ought not to issue In Indus trial disputes unless they would issue under the same circumstances in any ofher Nobody ever said that they ought That is one of thoso meaningless declarations or else it means and I Is i what GompSrs would claim Whothnr Bryan knows what Gompers claims it or would understand it if he Is to me so vague because Bryan has not answered the questions put to him by the president on this very subject and because he skims over this part of the platform with an agility and clever ness that enables you not to catch him in any declaration that Is But what I say to you Is that ae laymen you are able to see that If an injunc tion should issue to protect property rights It should also Issue especially to protect business In hU principal remarks Bryan called attention to the fact that Re publicans were resorting to threats of a panic in case he should be He expressed wonder that Taft had not been able to stave off the panic of Deposit Guarantee In Brj caused a storm of ap In discussing the guar anty of bank deposits as provided for in the Denver he quoted in refutation of Tafts statement that the guaranty of deposits would weak en the national banking system an ex tract from a United consular report the i The wellknown thrttt ot the Ger man has its foundation on j The savings banks of Germany have seme passbooks out and their daposi ta t are mractlcally all guaranteed by the various municipali ties of the empire and condition forms a bulwark of confidence in the security of private wealth and earn ings that cannot be shaken by hard bank An Answer to Here is a said which I present in answer to Tafts The German people cannot be accused of being careless in their banking law any more than any other Hare is testimony to be found in a consular print ed by the present com pletely answering the arguments that Taft has been making against the guaranteeing of Tho only he was whether the deposits should he guar anteed by the banks or by the com We he that the banks advantage enough from the law to justify them In furnishing the se curity The other issues of the campaign were taken up In turn by the Demo cratic who again insisted that Taft request his congression al committee to make known the source of its campaign Tafts position with respect to labor was roundly snored and onre again Bryan charged that a high protective tariff was the mother of A feature of the meeting waa the fact that It was presided over by Thomas president of the Syracuse chamber of Panic Effects in New are talking prosperity and the papers tell us that they are going to have a great big parade in New York city next Sat urday They are going to have redflre they are going to have illumi they are going to have bands and when I was in New York I saw them building grandstands along the route for the people who will watch the Why dont they take the money and furnish lodgings at night for the hundreds of men whom I saw Bleeping on the benches in the park I had occasion to ride down Broadway two one time at 2 oclock and another time at 4 oclock in the morn hag and there were not less than 300 men sleeping In one park on benches and they were protecting themselves from the cold by tying newspapers around their and wWle these have not the money with which to buy lodging the Republican party IB pouring out Its money from Its cam paign fund on redflre iti order to prove that It Is the party of Having delivered In this city his last speech of the campaign In the Empire Bryan Is now speed Ing westward and today will make an other Invasion of the home of his Republican Y a visit to the home of Jamea Sher Republican vice presidential nom William the received a great demonstra Wlttwbaim MM of the Kingston Ceal polUerKw I I w ftrlfcf wtflng tbd STRAUS REPEATS BOODLE CHARGE Asserts Republicans Have Great Corruption Fund WOODRUFF PREDICTS RESULTS New York Republican State Chairman Says Taft Will Have Plu rality In New York State and That Hughes Will Not Run Far Below Mack Says Repub licans Are Financing Taft and Chanler Business Mens League and Will Knife New charge re cently made by Nathan presi dent of the Business Mens Democratic and subsequently denied by Treasurer Sheldon of the Republican national that Wall street men are being assessed each by the Republican was reiter ated by Straus in a speech before the Commercial Travelers He declared the Republicans In New York this year have the largest cor ruption fund they ever said he was ready to prove that I am ready to prove now that they not only have levied a tax of said that they have a sliding scale which rune up to I am ready to prove this and the news papers wont dare print what J say I declare here and now that the corruption fund to be used tjils year New York In as large as it Was four years They wont make public beforehand the contributions because they say it is for legitimate purposes But they know they are raising the fund for They are using every unfair means to defeat Bryan I defy I defy the Republican The latest claims emanating from Republican headquarters are as fol lows Woodruff Makes Big Chairman Woodruff of the Republl oan atate committee From the can TOM made up the state I predict that Tafts plurality will be mof than ISBXXK and Hughes will not fall be I do not hesitate to say he will poll a bigger vote In Greater New York than his most sanguine friends now Chairman Hitchcock of the Republi can national committee said that ht would probably give out his forecast of the electoral vote this afternoon Mr Hitchcock Is still of that Nevada will be very but he is quite confident of In formation from leaders in Kentucky and Tennessee continues to reach head quarters and Is to the effect that the Republican candidate has more than a fighting chance in these two states While he feels sure of Maryland he thinks the fight will be close Lodge Guarantees Senator Lodge of Massachusetts said New England will give its en tire electoral vote for Taft and Sher Massachusetts will give about the same plurality it gave to McKin 1 have been up state in New York and am confident that not only Judge Taft but Governor Hughes will receive large majorities in this National Chairman Mack says that an investigation will show that the Taft and Chanler Business Mens which is seeking to secure j TftlSTATE Nemo staa board of health bus received n large Block ot which Is to rlbutod among hundred throughout The units a twocolumn cut and a editorial Indorsing Da vid Democratic candidate for state treasurer Albert ago of Herman Myera and employed by David a committed suicide by drinking carbolic acid He to the girl clerks that he waa through with this world and before they real ized what ho was doing he had swal lowed the The flght be tween local officials of the United Minn Workers of America and National President Thomas almost ended in a riot when President Lewis after a quarrel with President Feehan of the Plttsburg district attempted to talk to the delegates who hooted him and adjourned while he was Salvatoro an was executed here for the murder of Timothy Kelleher of a member of the state Kelleher waa stabbed to death In attempting to rescue n young woman who was attacked by Oarrito and an other Italian on the outskirts of this Oarritos companion Is servlnga twelve years sentence for his part In the Forest fires around Turkey near threatened death to miners in the mine of the Turkey Knob Coal com The fire destroyed the fanhouae and the drift mouth and set the mine Fortunately there was no ex plosion the men In the mine es caped through one of the four Two men were overcome by but they will W The headless body of a man waa found near the headwaters of Toms twenty miles south of All Indi point to Near by was a small leather but all the con of this been The authorities believe robbery was the mo tive for the The IS The body is that of a man apparently six tall and well Nell of superintendent ot the Blair county hospital for the has been summarily Nell claims that his dismissal is In punishment for refusing to per mit the authorities to carry on petty BAfFLESHiPS Al AMOY Chinese Make Great Preparations to Show Their battle ships comprising the second squadron of the American Atlantic under command of Rear Admiral William arrived thore thla morning after an uneventful voyage from Yoko To the Chinese the visit of the Americans Is of farreaching im portance and every preparation has been tirade not only to extend a flatter Ing wesome but to impress upion them Chinas deslde for even more cordial relations with the republic than have prevailed The sixteen ships of the fleet left Yokohama together on Sunday morn but divided Into two squadrons when two days the first under command of Rear Admiral Sperry on the flagship Connecticut heading for and the under Rear Admiral Emory on the Louisi bound for The squad rons join forces again at tho second division being scheduled to leave this port on 4 and to ar rive at Manila on Two Workmen Perish by New In by flames in the basement of a buslneiM house in Duane Henry Jones and David Mahoney were burned to death and William Sattgast was so se riously burned that he will probably The men were employed in the manufacture of celluloid and they were at work when a barrel of celluloid caught The fumes over came Jones and but SoUgust fought his way to the where he Brothers One Fatally has been received here of the shooting of Alfred Boon by his Babe In inflicting prob ably fatal Both are under twentyone years of the sons of a prominent It Is said the trou ble grew out of a whipping which Babe Boon administered to a younger The wounded youth Is not ex to that Women of questionable reputa tion were imported from Altoona and given employment In the Institution under assumed PANICSTRICKEN GIRLS LEAP PROM WINDOWS More Ban Score Hurt ID Cin cinnati Fire than a score were several fcjr a fierce fire In the elevenstory Neave Fourth and Race Breaking out in the office of the Plttsburg Calcium Light l fc fl tbe the election of Tatt for president and ea of the riVinMlAn fhA ntn ta lij j Gored to Death by George a leading died as a result of being gored by a mad while which commemorates the ending of the first great coal strike in 1900 observed throughout the anthra cite ooal there being almost a total ot Four men ware sentenced to banged for mur der by Judge Ralston In the court and termlner Nwrar so many persons at one time In this The doomed men are George a former who sho Ella Paachall Walter Hallowell who shot Angle Subold because she had rejected Mm Albert who killed Ma Emma Kerner and Fontaine who shot Mary a DOES NOT ATTEMPT TO CONTROL VOTES Cardinal Gibbons Says Catholics Ate Free Politically National Dejtt ocratic Commltteeman Edwin New man of the District ot Columbia re lates a recent conversation he had with Cardinal Gibbons as Important In Indicating the attitude ot the Cath olic church In the present Cardinal Gibbons said that he made It a rule not to discuss party politics In a public manner nor to disclose hlu own pref erence for this or that candidate for To do he would possi bly expose him and the Catholic church to undeserved The church does not attempt to control the political vlows or political conduct of Its said the car In the United States Catholics are to bo found In all political par and each member of the Church IB free to think and vote as he pleases on political and economic Any attempt to bring the churoh Into the political arena or make It the champion or opponent of any candi date or party does It a grave Announce ment is made that before the and of the year a consolidation will be effect ed between the Johnson Coal Mining company of with a capacity of of coal the Loraln Coal and Dock company of with a capacity of by the formation of a new com pany with a capital ot Ed ward now at the head of both Is to be at the head of the new Covetous per sons blew safes In postofflces at Sher and secur ing about and several hundred la They were tracked toward of teettvM dough ic asked to search for Phittp Gtefetoh of who dls aneved from his home tart OclbMb la a wealthy oil man and It It Wppwed by hit relatives that be oom Bitted Oil CWeton U determined to reputation M tte ehampton kMter of Potter WttMn Chanler for governor of the state la being financed by the Republican na tional The Bald is circulating sample bal lots showing how to split the ticket and is extensively advertising In the looal press advising the election of Taft and None of the regular Democratic as serted was behind this whose promoters have care fully avoided their Identity In the Labor Mass Meeting A mass meeting by laboring people will be held at Grand Central Palace Sunday and Samuel presi of the American Federation of will make the principal ad Other speakers announced are Frank secretary of the fed eration Raymond Robinson of Chi John secretary of and the fraternal delegates re cently elected by the British trades congress to represent that body at the convention of the American Feder ation of Labor at Denver In Skinner of the British Typographi cal and member of parliament of the Miners Federa tion of Great John president of the United will President it Is an will attack the position of President Roosevelt In the present campaign and Tafts attitude on William Astor New William Astor has been seriously ill for sev eral weeks at her home Al though her condition is somewhat im It wus said that her family has felt deep concern over No Cabinet Meeting It Is nounced that owing to the absence of moat of the members of the presidents official family whoare campaigning for Judge there will be no mealing the cabinet Wf ATHtR OMe and Fair and oeolf Frlliy fresh te stronj VirftnltrrfiMr Meier makers Although the fire was brought under control within less than half an hour after the flames were there were several exciting Twenty or more women crouched on the broad window laiiees trying to es cape the flames bursting out In the offices behind Lifesaving appa ratus was being prepared for such as might from the One young crazed by tore her self free from friends and Jumped from a tenth floor window to an ad joining roof five stories lower She was badly Above the second floor a hoseman slipped from a ladder and fell to the receiving serious At least ten persons were sent to hospi More than that taken to their number were Chicago Grain reports of damage to the Argentine crop caused a sharp bulge In wheat prices on the local exchange but all of the gain was subsequently lost on profit prices at the close being un changed from yesterdays final quota Corn and oats wire steady and provisions December optlouv closed Womans mn ton to the state railroad commission AMorner General Todd decides that all state officers are entitled to only mileage and actually Incurred wlills traveling on business amd not wten coming or going to the 1 tol from their Pittsburg $email@example.com. 80 Ohio full 14014 41ght market tidy common to good tat good fresh cows and common to and Lambs light good fair 3 culls and Navy and Wn Hejjs W doubUTdocks uarket and Prime 181004 JO heavy The Boys Of bale of SeatsWSow Oi
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