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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED PHICB 2 CENTS PER JOHN IS UNPOPULAR ROCKEFELLER STIRSJJP FUSS His Indorsement of Taft Consid ered a Hoadoa PROMPT DISAVOWALS MADE President Roosevelt issues Statement Declaring It a ThinlyVeiled At tempt to Defeat Republican Nominee for President Democrats Proceed With Alacrity to Make Campaign Capital Out of the man Mack Says Oil King Is Contrib utor to Republican New A statement from John Rockefeller announc ing that he Intends to vote for Wil liam for provident next Tues day and telling wITy he will do so auJ why ho thinks Taft should be elected was given out from the Stand ard Oil companys office The Is suance of the statement followed a personal call at the main offices of i theStandard Oil company by Rockj The statement follows I It seems to me at this time when the question Is put directly to any American citizen which candidate he will support by his vote for the presi dency he should be manly enough to answer It Just as I therefore say that I expect to vote for William If for no other reason I support Taft because on comparing him with his chief I find the balance of fitness and temper ament entirely on his The elec tion of Taft I make for law and order and stability of He is not a I to adventure with rash experiments to impede a return to prosperity by ad vocating measures subversive of In dustrial following official statement was Issued from the White Hpugejast night BAD COLDS are the o dwigeroiu dueuet ot the throyl and U you a you on rtop it with PUot If you luffer lioin tore bronchitis or in the P80 wl toon restore the irritated throat and lungs lo healthy An ideal remedy for Free from opiatei and dangeroui in For half a century the sovereign remedy in thoUModt ot Even chronic forms of lung dueiies RESPOND TO PESOS CUBE PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Are showing the strongest line of merchandise seen in our city consisting of S U I T S Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves For Evening and Street wear the Automobile and ALSO Caracul and Persian Lamb Remember Ladies of Greenville trade the same here as at Come now while stock is 7O8 State Street Home 53 Mercer Street Gillespie property now owned by Newell is offered for sale at a property sold for above amount last year and is worth This Us an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniences and centrally Make us an Offer GILLESPIE JOHN die VThlle House the announce ment of Rockefeller through the press agent of the Standard Oil com pany was regarded with some amuse ment in view of what the administra tion has done to the Standard Oil com pany and of the bitter hatred borno by the Standard Oil company lo the It is n perfectly palp able and obvious trick on the part of the Standard Oil people to try to dam age trick so palpable that It can deceive no NOVEMBER VERIBEST RUBBER A thicker coating than any other Rubber Roofing on the Noth lng better regardless of cost Needs no GET OUR McHenryMlllhouie South FOR 3ALH BT LIVIMSTON MOVER DECIDED IMPROVEMENT Says Duns Review of in Re ports FrorVi Its New Weekly Review of Trade aays today Decided improvement Is noted in most trade reports this espe cially In resijoct to distributive depart Orders have come to manu facturers more In many cases rvccompanied iy requests for Immedi ate or very early Evidences ot Increased confidence are numerous and prices are more flnnly held where concessions have been offered recently without attracting Many mllla have resumed after months of Idle sufficient orders having accumu lated to assure active capacity during the balance of the year and there Is a general belief that contracts will be placed freely during the next two Recent moderate reductions In prices of pig Iron and the large amount of steel business about to be placed have resulted In Increased In quiries for Purchases are no longer confined to immediate deliveries during the first quarter of 1909 being and still longer contracts could be taken If producers would name current Orders for steel rails are being placed for both home and export some Idle plants having secured enough busi ness to resume while plnle mills are busy On material for recent big orders for Minor metals are firmer because of a decidedly broader I A SA YS CHAIRMAN HITCHCOCK SIGHTS LANDSLIDE FOR TAFT I Republican Chairman Claims 325 Electoral Votes his forecast ot the composition of the electoral col lege which will choose the next presi dent and vice president of the United States National Chairman Hitchcock claims 325 Republican or 83 more than will be required to elect their For the Republican ticket Hitch cock New He also includes in the Re publican column Maryland and In explaining his liist Hitchcock said that he be lieved that the chances were even fn Kentucky and with their thirteen and eighteen votes respect His Hitchcock was based upon Information re ceived up to last The states claimed for Taft and with their electoral follow 10 5 7 3 3 27 15 13 10 G 8 16 14 Min 11 3 8 3 New 4 New 12 New 39 North Da 4 23 4 Pennsyl 34 Rhode 4 South Da 4 3 4 Wash 5 West 7 Wiscon 13 3 plurality of approximately for Bryan and Kern in jAraov the prediction Jtlnrfp Rfa1 B COQ1 tnlttee in an official JAMES KERB DIES AFTER OPERATION Career of Pennsylvania Demo cratic Leader Ends New Democratic national committeeman from at oclock this morning at his summer home in New following an1 operation for an Intestinal which had madehim practically an In valid for a His wife and sons were with him at the William Bryan visited Kerr last Monday and the latter was much elated over the visit of the Democratic but almost immediately aft erward suffered a nervous ttferovated already weakened Kerr was born in Mlffln in He received his educa tion Jn the Pennsylvania schools and removed to when a young He took an active part In the politics on the side of the Demo cratic with which he has al ways been and was elected for congress In Kerr was Democratic state chairman during the PattlsonDelamater gubernatorial cam paign In one of the rare occasions when the state went Demo Kerr had been Identified with the timber and coal Interests of Pennsylvania and waspresident and director of a number of coal mining KNOXDISCUSSES LABOITSRIGHTS All Men May Work and Quit When They Please PRINCIPLE RECOGNIZED IN LAW tn Address at Pittsburg the Former Attorney General Takes Up the Le gal Phases of the Injunction Ques tion and Elucidates Strong Appeal to Organized Labor to Support Republican Denounces Pearre and Wilson Advocated by Organized Statai Senator In an addrews n a Republican mass meeting here mads a strong appeal to organ ized labor to support In a state ment bearing upon the Injunction con troversy Senator Knox said The duty and necessity of labor to organize is not and can not i be from time Immemorial I the strong have successfully dealt ivlth the weak In but It is now per fectly certain that especially In Amer ica and within the of can control of American policies legis lation has reflected a sound public sen timent that the weak shall deal and be dealt with en The right of labor to organize Is now fully In the policy and law of the United States and in the policy and law of the several A man may now work when he for whom he pleases and for what he He may lawfully Take Auto on Balloon thing new In aeronautics was attempt ed here when a balloon with a capac ity of cubic feet of gas shot up into the air with an automobile in refuse for any reason to continue his whether the reason be one based upon his own grievance or be predi cated upon some rule of an associa He may do anything he chooses by himself or in conjunction with his associates to advance the price of la to restrict Its to prevent others from working for his employer or to others from being em provided he does not use Phreat or nienace or belngTfuIfJecf to prosecution for Not a New This Is not a new thought with evolved for the purposes of this cam It Is one I have always enter tained and acted It is one thai actuated me in my refusal as attor ney general to prosecute the mine workers unions as violators of the Sherman act during the great anthra cite coal strike In Pennsylvania In 190 The Republican administration of the government accepted this view and has constantly adhered to it ever It is the view entertained by and his judicial and admin acts fully disclose my if the Sherman law does not declare labor onranlz1 tlon and the court has BO and If the Republican ad ministration holds that they are not condemned by that am I not right In contending that Gom perss complaint to the contrary Is a mistake and does mistake justify any Republican workman In deserting his party or justify him In denounc wlll not commit Itself to an Impossible sucsestlon you there Is no necessity to pass the Wilson bill It would be Hit TV t uu ill t 11 i the nlacp where a basket IB usually lng the RePublican Party because It me piace wneie a oasitet IB usuanj nrl tn The Idea of the aeronauts Is to roll up the balloon on lauding and return by automobile to the place of The automobile used was j And I say to yoi further that a twentyfour horse power four cylin the Democratic party has not pledged dor touring car weighing Night Riders Burn rid ers burned the merchandise store be longing to MoClure at Bath Bloodhounds were sent to the scene In an Itself to pass such a In the particular matter of Injunc tions In labor cases I do not pretend to claim that unjust injunctions have never been issued it is Just as certain that there have been as that Judgments have been rendered In every other class of an Appeal I would be unmindful of my own relation to an effective appeal made to President Roosevelt to exercise the high prerogative of pardon to reverse the action of a federal court In pun Chicago Grain re ports of damage by frost to the Ar gentine crop caused a sharp bulge In wheat prices on the local exchange to Ishlng some miners for the violation of prices at the close being up an Injunction of a court If I were to to Corn was steady and oats and provisions wore cember options closed 100 Pittsburg o yellow 30 full light market tidy common to good fat good fresh cows and common to Sheep and Supply light Prime good culls and Umbi veal thin Hogi Receipts 50 double decks market Prime heavy light blllty and before stating the particulars of that let me call your attention to the fact that If the grievance is that men are subjected to unusual and excessive punishment for violating drastic Injunctions there Is always an appeal to the president of the United who has ample aud complete power to instantly undo the wrong If a wrong has been com The case to which I refer la the one of Weber and who were adjudged gulfty of contempt of the United States court for the1 western district of Virginia and were sentenced to jail for six months and one month These men filed a peti tion for which was transmit ted to me as attorney gtneral for In v tlgatlon and In making my report to the presi dent recommending a pardon I ex pressed an unwillingness to agree with the court that the ultimate pur pose of the United Mine workers union was not I thought tbat the eourt WAS mistaken In that rlew and I felt that the difficulties at the mine were aggravated by the arbitrary dts chkiye of union The par was Ridicules Jury it to no means follows that cause CTTe brancTV of flic goV enrnifint considered that the writ ot Injunction In case had been un wisely Issued and too severely en forced that the courts all over thlo union should be deprived of the power to prevent n restriction of wrongful acts and to preserve the status of per sons and things pending litigation or that the rights of tens of thousands Of people engaged In various occupa tions throughout this land to resort to the courts to prevent unlawful Inter ference with their right to carry on their busings should te taken Bryan contends that even where Injunctions nre properly grant ed Hint ppsons disregarding them should not be punished for contempt of court without a trial by It does not require either a lawyer or a philosopher to recognize the absurdity of this suggestion as H Is It would absolutely substitute a jury of twelvo men In place of the chancellor in every injunction The writ of injunction would be waste paper If It could not be en forced by punishing those who disobey If they could not be punished with out the sanction of a of course nothing but that sanction would give it Habeas Corpus a If you are unjustly deprived of your liberty upon an Inadequate you do not have to wait for a remedy until your case Is called for trial after you have languished six months in jail or been six months un der ball as a criminal you can In stantly apply to the nearest judge iii his on the in cham bers or upon the bench for a wrl of habeas which means an order that your jailer shall instantly pro duce you before the Judge In order that he may inquire into the legality of your This great writ Is the remedy which the law gives for the enforce ment of the right of personal Of equal consequence and value to so ciety is the writ of which IB used to prevent threatened j to restore violated possessions and to secure the permanent enjoyment of the of Men will defend themselves against injury to their per sons and their Civiliza tion has substituted the arbitrament of the courts for the bludgeon of barbar To close the courts for the pro tection of mens rights means todrive them back to the brutal methods of the BIG CROWDS GREET COMMONER IN OHIO Rockefeller am Carnegie Supply Him Wilt Tert traveling up and down and across the state of William Bryan arrived herj last night aud was the recipient of a monster A dozen or more marching clubs escorted the Democratic candidate to the Central where he spoke to a vast con course that wildly cheered Later he went over to the Grays armory and spoke again to another crowd Of immense The streets were dense with persons who contributed a noisy Beginning at Napoleon another tour of the native state of his Republican Bryan hurled an av laiTuhe oT Co iTue in the of John Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie at every point where his train The Democratic candi date had observed by the morning papers authorized by the two financiers that they were support Ing Of Rockefeller he said that the oil magnate was sup porting Taft Taft was supporting and concerning Mr Carnegie he accused him of ab sorblng a competitor of the steel after getting the approval of Presl dent and said that the Steel trust today Is supporting Taft as It helped to secure his nomi Denounces Trust He mentioned the fact that more thnn Democrats had contributed voluntarily to the Democratic cam paign fund and In that connection said I would rather be elected president by the aid of each giving a than to be elected president by the contributions of a few great trust magnates and then have them come to theback door of the White House and tell me what muat do In order to pay them The days Journey through the state was but a repetition of the visit a week Great demonstrative crowds turned out everywhere to greet the candidate for At Bowling Bryan was sub jected to repeated Interruptions by a man in the who Insisted on an explanation of the unemployed of the country would be benefited by a reduction In the A loquy between the two followed the refusal of the man to tell who he was or to what party he in time an swered the man and put a upon him after a Bryan ened to take him out of the which had become thoroughly aroused over the Makes Ten Bryan made ten speeches In stopsbeing Bowling Fre Loraln and At some of the places Jerry state chairman of who has been Bryan on the present overflow was greeted with a ant at Toledo found Bacon of that a brotherMn law on the re ception Bacon occu pied a box In the grandstand of baseball where the candidate Northern Indiana will claim Bryans attention today previously to arrival at Chicago Filet 20 Mllei fn 20 Ffcrman gave a practical tion of the possibilities ot the aero plane by flying direct from this place to a distance of twenty without The time of flight twenty minutes and the height reached wan between 120 and 160 feet The course was literally as the crow 4rer fields and chairman of the Clinton county Democratic executive committee met death when a gravel bank in which he was at work oayed Factors of Safety The human body is a wonderful provided with nervous and mental energy far in excess of normal In the organs and tissues do double their usual amount of work without strain or because they have stored energy to meet the extra When you feel all tuckered these factors of safety art exhausted and you to resort to BEECHAMS PILLS to renew the supply of wherever it may be called bilious loss of ner dizzy are warnings that the factor of safety iu the bowels or is or n earing the danger 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