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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED PRICE 2 CENTS PBR MORRISON AND OIL FINISHING UP THE CAMPAIGN National Headquarters of Big Parties Deduce Pressure CLAIMS NOT OVERLY MODEST Hitchcock Says Taft Will Have 324 Votes in Electoral While Chairman Mack Shows His Prowess as Claim Agent by Predicting 333 for the De pending on Labor Vote and Bryans Popularity to Win the Victory for New both Repub lican and Democratic headquarters In thto city today it was announced that the work of the respective tTons cJinpaTgli ai an National Chairman Hitchcock of the Republican committee and Na tional Chairman Mack of the Demo cratic committee have gone home to vote and will return to this city to morrow to receive returns at head ft inil the results ol on the Bryan Speaks In Bryan Intends to put In the day campaigning in Northwestern Kansas and will be at for a homecoming demonstration in the that I Metropolitan tower and the Democratic chair man contending that Bryan will receive 333 votes aud Hitchcock announcing himself as positive in his belief that Taft will have 324 votes In the electoral As only 242 votes are necessary to elect both chairmen are figuring on wide mar gins for their respective While the national chairmen believe that all has been done that can be done to elect their chiefs the candi dates themselves will continue In the fight until practically the last after spending Sunday in went to where he will speak this and to where he speaks to Cincinnati to voto SOME Hye to Some Eat to But Eat or Or live or Eat here and live CITY RESTAURANT view of the same claims made earllei in the It was further that Mack had Included in his list states that were practically conceded by state leaders to be It was also said that Hitchcock was wiling to stand or fall by his predic CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Are showing the strongest line of merchandise to be seen in our city consisting of SBSUITS Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves 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 tion of 325 votes made on Friday and was perfectly satisfied that H would be more nearly correct than Macks when tho returns are Mack declared that the only thing that can defeat Bryan Is the corrupt use of He said he had sent his last Instructions to state chairmen to get out their vote early and to see that It was fairly We are said Chairman Our fight is It was made on the plans agreed upon at the beginning of the Hitchcock announced that there had ceased to be any doubt as to Re publican success in such states as In Ohio aud New Jersey all claimed by and it was add ed by a member of his staff that the Republican national committee is as sure of New York aa It is of Penn Mack Explains Mack said that his claim that Bryan and Kern will receive 333 votes in the electoral college in based on re ports received from state chairmen and from private State Chair man Cohnens has predicted thatBryan will receive more than plurality in the state and that Chanter will get more than The Democratic national committee bases its belief that Bryan will be elected on the following four have incorporated into a statement by National Commltteeman chairman of the lit erary bureau Bryan will be elected because the Democracy today a united the Democratic party will be augmented by thousands of Republicans dissatisfied with the mis takes of twelve years of Republican Thlq army of voters will be further strengthened by a new force in can politics the labor Assuming there were to be a strict party line up at the labor vote itself would turn the scales to Democratic The labor party has put all Its eggs in tho Democratic basket and It must win to save Bryan himself has gained won derful personal strength In the last few years all parts of the and thousands of voters who neither understood him nor his alms now place their absolute trust In him and his The Democratic national commtt tee has brought all the elements of the party together It has the labor vote and Its remarkable accessions of strength from the Republican ranks together with Bryans strength with the masses are the reasons this nation will turn to In my said Charles1 leader of Tammany last the promise of Democratic ice never was brighter than It Is to I predict a man substantial ma jority for the Democratic party in this Our figures indicate that Brian and will gat a surprisingly arge majority in this Taft and Sherman will carry Pennsylvania by and we will elect twentyeight the thirtytwo said Chairman of the Ronublican VERIBEST RUBBER state Re publican majority will be greatly re duced and we will make heavy gains In the Pennsylvania congressional del Is the statement of Chair man Minollng of the Democratic state Hoosevelts majority In Pennsylva nia In 1904 waa more than and Republican leaders look upon Chair man Andrewss estimate of a quarter of a million as The Pennsylvania delegation In congress stands twentyfive Republicans and seven Of the present dele gation twentysix have been renoml nated twentyone Republicans and five of vic tory at the election William Bryan left Chicago for a tour today through Tonight he expects to reach his home at where he will participate In a homo demon Bryan left the special train and went direct to Jlore than a dozen toxis of flowers which had been given her during the trip through Indiana on Saturday were token home by Before leaving Chicago Bryan said I do not care to make any list of states In estimating the result of the election while I think that the result Is more ceraln In some states than In I should not want to discourage Democrats In the less cer tain states by making I believe that we shall have votes to spare In the electoral college and a considerable majority of the popular I believe that the Republicans of this state have an unpleasant surprise coming when they read the returns from their state on election Novl will sea In Lincoln the greatest demonstra tion of the campaignIn Bryan Is expected to reach home In the early evening and he will make hie address of the an outdoor from the balcony of a hotel In the heart of the business The to offset the effect of the Bryan have arranged for a big demonstration and will hold two one at the Auditorium and another on the state house SIB LEY AND THE RABBLE GOMPERS MAKES HIS LAST PLEA MORRISON AND SiBLEY Figure In Additional Letters Read by William New William Hearst has mads public another se ries of purporting to have been written by John Archbold ot the Standard Oil Upon one of these written to the Thomas Morrison of Hearst bases the assumption that Judge Morrison had asked Told she coujd live but a short time May a Stress at the Hotel who found Jn her room a wound In the while the dead body of John Watts lay near confessed that had killed Watti and then shot She dial shortly after making the great usance for advertising is presented to a dental man here whose false teeth oared the life of Isaac A glancing bullet fired by a rabbit hunt Qillespie property now owned by Newell isSoflered for sale at a property sold for above amount last year and is worth Thislis an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniences and centrally Make us an Offer GILLESPIE er punctured SprenMes lower lip and would have penetrated the roof of kls mouth had not Its momentum been arrested by striking a atout set of false But for the Illness of George Wells of Ross moyne friends would not have known until next spring that he and Miss Effle Matthews of Ambrose were mar ried 30 la Niagara Both have resigned their positions as school teachers and will leave for Mus where it is hoped the climate will restore the health of The state railroad commission the tab ulation of accidents on steam andelec tric in Pennsylvania during Augtist AF together 303 persons were killed and were Injured during the three Of these the steam roads Archbold for his Influence In obtaining an appointment to the supreme bench of Another letter which was made public Is one from the Joseph Sibley to as follows Joseph chairman commit tee on house of Rep United Wash March My Dear illness of a mem ber of my family has prevented my coming to New Senator was to have gone over with I think he will go as he has business I had a conversation with an Important official aud he told me there was but one thing to do and that was to start a back Like he Is much and as a member of the reigning family his hand and tongue are He thinks the work should be done In the education of public sentiment be tween now and the meeting of con gross in It I been decided to convene congress in extrt session at that though the speak er will try to have It go over untl if he cant do I will know In a day or two how he sue Long senator and Curtis repre sentative are the strong men in the Kansas I have explained matters to them and 1 think their in fluence will count some when they g Campbell Is a clever boy ha points yet He seeks but is harmless in This In the Ian guage of the started from th top and will run its It is no a profound o The one thing is to get dela until temperate action can be secured I think the pendulum will swing t the other side after a but I d not want the devil to pay before gets An efficient literary bureau is need not for a day or a but permanent and healthy control ot th Associated Press and kindred avenue It will cost money but will be th cheapest In the end and can be mac The next four year more than any preylous t determine the future of the countr No man values public opinion or fear It so much as No man leads Telegrams From John Mitchell and James Duncan DENYING THEY HAVE DESERTED resident of American Federation of Labor Addressing Big Audience of Laboring Men at New York Con demns Taft for Terribly Injurious Labor injunctions and Praises Bryan as One Best Bot Grand Cen tral Palace Crowded With Working men to Hear New Samuel Gom president of the American Fed eration of made his final ap ieal to organized labor last night to support the candidacy of William Bryan In an address extending over two hours Gompers dealt in detail with labor issues of the campaign and n his asked with all the feeling he could put into words that the support of labor be given to Grand Central where the meeting waa was crowded to the limit of capacity and at the conclu sion of Gomperss speech there was applause and cheering that lasted until Gompers had left the plat In the course of his address Compare declared that William Taft in a speech at Buffalo last Friday night had to misrepresent the cause of labor and to deceive laboring men Into the belief that prom inent IKbor leaders were falling away from Compere in hU effort to pledge the labor vote to the Demo cratic this quoted phrase be ing Included In a paragraph froth Qoat tribuneof American that trans lendental that magnificent character who will live so long in the minds of American men as liberty shall be a principle ot our I appeal to you for the for the for the destinies of American for human I appeal to you to cast your votes for WllUant Jennings TaftB Buffalo which seeks popularity so much as Mild reproof or criticism of his policy would nearly paralyze Today he hears only the chorus ot a rabble and he thinks H is public I dont know whether the industrial corpora tions and the transportation compa nies have enough at stake to Justify a union of forces for concerted It seems to me Among other letters read by Hearst was the following 2G New Thomas Smeth My Dear am duly In receipt of your favor of 1 and It has given me great pleasure to write Sen ators Quay and Penrose expressing my earnest desire that it may prove consistent for them to support you for the supreme judr Very truly John In his speech Hearst referred to killed 263 and Injured and the J a recent statement by John Arch electric killed and injured search Is being made by the local authorities for Fannie age of who disappeared from Broad struct of the Pennsyl vania railroad in this The child came here to visit William an A thicker coating than any other Rubber Roofing on the Noth Ing better regardless of cost Needs no GET OUR McHenryMlllhouM South Because of oome misunderstand ing there was no one to receive Since she left the train the police have been able to find no trace of rah for shouted Frank White a young man of Wolf as the Taft Republican industrial ptirade was Hurrah for roared Prank an who runs a fruit stand in Glen Hur rah for again shouted White striking him a blow In the There wais a scuffle and Whitehall fell to the ground with a mortal In his Goes to Texas for Clay managing director of the WatersPierce Oil who has been summoned to appear in court at on account of the alleged connection of his company with the Standard Oil company has leftbia sum mer home atPqldea Crossing to go to that Nine Hunters Killed In Maine slaughter human beings in the woods of Maine thus far this season exceeds the bloodiest records of the nine per sons having been eight sort v scores of etbera guttering illgut bold that he was sure that until Hearst read the letters regarding Pennsylvania judges neither Judge Morrison nor Judge Henderson had any knowledge that he Arcbbold wrote Governor Stone in their Judge Morrison also said that he knew Archbold years but that be had not seen him in years and it was inexplicable that the Standard Oil man should take an Interest In his In the light of the letter I have continued the ex planation seems simple Archbold apparently Hook BO deep an Interest in the matter of the appoint ment of Morrison to a judgeahip because Morrison asked him to do and Morrison certainly knew of Archbolds activity in his be half because Archbold wrote Morrison telling him about You will see plainly from the first para graph that this letter which Arch bold wrote wan In reply to a letter which Sheastr age waa trampled to death by a drove of mules at Lauders The animals stampeded while the aged man was going across the He was knocked down and out and bruised from head to foot by the sharp order to distribute the state police over the greatest possible territory and In re sponse to urgent from dis trict attorneys and law officers gener superintendent of the state directed tne es tablishment ot thirtysix or Frem Other After reading this paragraph Gompers said Then Taft men tioned the names of John James Max Morris and Daniel Keefe as men who were falling away from I sent telegrams to John Mitchell and to James I did not send telegrams to Morris or I will now read you the answers 1 not changed in word or deed since our Washington executive meeting when our circular was drawn up and approved by the whole Any statement by any party stating differently Is without thorlty from nor do I expect to change my You are at liberty to use this in any way you see James The next telegram is dated Chi 31 and reads Your telegram giving what pur ports to be an extract froma speech made by Taft at Buffalo last night Is at statement so far as relates to me conveys a I am In full sympathy and accord with the policy of the American Federation of Labor as promulgated and outlined by the executive John Gompers read a telegram of similar purport from Max Morrle of Gompers Much In Gompers read two other tele one from the branch of the American Federation of Labor at and the other from the branch at Fort Both telegrams informed Gompers that the branches had indorsed Gom paras The telegrams and peroration were the two striking features of the labor leaders Uonvpers was in such great earnestness that he Im plored the enthusiastic audience not to interrupt him with say ing I want to appeal to your conscience and your not to your en The appeal I make tonight I hope will not pass away like an ordl nary I want you to remember what T say not until next but until Justice has been secured for Gompers attacked Judge Tafl for what he termed his unfair and terribly injurious labor detailed the campaign that had been conducted to secure recognition at the Republican and Democratic national endeavored to show tha the Democratic convention bad dealt more fairly than the Republicans with the appeal of labor and ended with the following peroration I appeal to you on this coming Tuesday to so cast your ballots as to express your for justice to I appeal to you to BO cast you ballots that op the 4th o7 Mare next we shall place In the presidents chair that great that area Costly Halloween started by Halloween roysterers destroyed the Belton compress and bales of The damage la OFFICIAL BRIGADE HOMEWARD BOUND Thousands Washington to Cast TWi Ballots an exo dus from the national capital of vot ers entitled to the right of franchise in various states has not been known in any political campaign since that of 1896 as has been taking place in the last four or flve A careful can vass of the several executive depart ments showed up to noon Saturday that approximately voters had already gone to their homes and many hundreds more left Washington last night and It is estimated that more will leave before aa hundreds of and division chiefs and clerks reside in Mary New Pennsyl vania and New i President Secretary Loeb and several White House attaches who hold voting Oyster Bay and other places in New York will leave Washington All the cabinet officers are In their own except Secretary Wright and Secre tary The former to reg ister and the latter is cootaed to his residence by The largejuum of persons are embracing the BttowB the inten sity of the fJHStAtE NtMS IN Brown age a wellhnewn physician of teund dead hy his mother in his Death la to have been due to heart telegram hae been received telling of the death of Samuel Davis on 23 in the mountain district of Mexico while on a gunning expedition with Kepler of this tfoat the late JamesKerr was not le gally elected to the Democratic na tional the regular Demo cratic organization will take no steps toward the election of a cars on the TriState Traction company line met headon on West aide of the Ohio river and vestibules ot were ttetonnau Law caught Ootln were cut ate the excitement wblok attended a Ire that destroyed Joe Wargos hrae at Flor ence mine it wae forgotten that threerearold daughter lay asleep be hind the kltohen and the little wae burned to quarter ing a slaughtered at the West Philadelphia stock yards It was found that her heart was abnormally neing the elM of an ordinary and a metal fork was found lodged in the tissues of that ThanksglvVni Is president has issued the annual Thanksgiving in which he points out the steady growth ot the nation la worldly wealth and population and that our average of in dividual comfort and wellbeing is hdgher than that of any other in the For he Americans owe It to the Almighty te show equal progress in moral and spiritual Big Fund for the assertion that the vote for the Prohibition party tomorrow will be twice ae large as ever before Chairman Charles Jenes announced thut the ProhiWtlou national committee has been an income of a year for next four years with which to carry on its Jones said thai the ananclal becking for the partf been fudged by WIATHiR Pair aM Mender and Weatem Penney I vtnla and Pair ana warmer Monday and   

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