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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING PRICE 2 CENTS PER BATTLE OF THE BALLOTS TOD AY Country Making Us Cfioics For the Presidency OTHER ISSUES Governors and Legislatures Being Elected Through out the Nation President Roosevelt and Candidates Bryan and Taft Registered Their Aspirants Confident of test In New York Engaging Closed Attention of Eoth the land today the ballots are All speeches have been made and all prophecies Nothing remains but the counting of the According to reliable information re ceived here at the latest fight today between the two leading as pirants for the presidency is The even is In despite the enthusiastic declarations of party managers that its all over but the Add to the electoral Tim oleitonil vote In tho last presi dentlnl lit was us fbl lows Items conceded to tirynu those of the doubtful states and he will The states conceded to the Republican can didate a larger number of electoral votes than those admitted ly If Taft is vlctorlCnjifornln ous in the doubtful states his majority j 7 will very While tne light for the presidency Is innrg attracting the greatest amount of tention here and It Is by no means the only Issue of importance to A new house of the lower branch of tho Sixtyfirst con Is being In twentyeight states governors are being balloted and some of the states will choose leg islatures which will United States The terms of thirtyone sen 11 Florli Imlltttin lown Kunsns Kentucky LoulMiiim Republicans and thir teen expire on March Among them are Platt of New Stone of Smoot of Stephenson of Wisconsin and Perkins of In twentythree states a total of ninety proposed constitutional questions or propo sitions are being voted This does not Include where a revision of the present constitution has been submitted to the electors for adoption j or Of general interest In this n Malm1 Maryland MiiNnnrlnisitls J MIcUtKiin Mississippi Missouri Monlnnu Nrlirnxka j Npvddii Nc Niw New Jilscy New York North Carollnu Dakota V2 IVniisylviinln Jnrollnii Rontli Dakota TcnniHmt TPXIIH Utah Vermont 1J Wyoming connection Is the vote In South Dakota on the question of repealing the one year residence act passed by the last j 140 legislature in order to slop rapid dl1 the voters have the privilege of choos The number of tickets in the states varies from one to Only the Dem ocrats have tickets In the field In South Carolina and while in Ohio SOME to Some Eat to But Eat or Or live or Eat here and CITY RESTAURANT Ing among seven sets of candidates for the state An interesting feature of the contest In Utah is the presence of the socalled American op posed to the Influence of the Mormon church In The Prohibition party has tickets In twentyone the Socialist in the Inde pendence party in the Socialist Labor In six and Peoples or Populist party in Including where the Populists have fused with he The Socialist Labor while his Judson has appealed for votes on the ground of alleged corrup tion of the state In West Virginia the situation Is complicated and labor Is a big an unusually heavy vote Is being both parties constru ing the added Interest shown as a sign favorable to their Owing to the Republican factional flght following two state state conventions and the recent patching up of the Democratic candidate for governor is conceded to have a good The labor vote could give the state to Bryan if it stood but it is said to be pretty evenly The Inser tion of a Jim Crow plank In the Demo cratic state platform has solidified tho negro vote for the Republicans In Minnesota two descendants oE Scandinavia are trying for election as The Democrat Is Governoi John Johnson of national am his Republican opponent Is Jacob F Missouris leading candi dates for the governorship are Con gressman William Demo and Attorney General Herbert have had to yield a large share ot the llmellglit In their state to the flght that is being made by Governor Folk for the Senator Stone Is seek ing and the Republican as pirant for the place is Richard In Bryans state the can didates for governor are Shallen Store Of Exclusive Styles Are showing the strongest line of merchandise to be seen in our city consisting of SUITS S333 Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves COATS 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 white stock is 7OS State Street who beat Omahas cowboy Jim In the andthe incumbent of the George The Ohio flght has been waged with great bit terness and the Republican noml nee in Tafts home state being Governor Andrew who 1 opposed by Judson attorney general in Clevelands Reports from Phila before the arrival of William Jennings Urynt at his polling place he was awaited bj enthusiastic Democrats and spectators of all political When his fa miliar form was seen approaching H cheer broke forth that was smilingly acknowledged by Ho was seemingly in good hoaKh and showing little sisrn of his strenuous campaign After bowing to the crowd and grasping the hands of those near him tho Democratic candidate ciist his Before leaving Bryan asserted his entire confidence In the success of the national and state Dem ocratic paying especial atten tion to Taft Votes In Home strain of his speechmaklng tours could 1e detected in Tafts voice when he responded to the greetings of who turned out to see me Republican candidate for the presidency cast his Since ils arrival In his home city after his nomination Cincinnati has not had much opportunity to pay attention to and loday a crowd assembled at the voting place to nqulrles ribout his health Taft re plied that he felt all and he an swered questions about the outcome of the battle with the smiling assurance that he felt no He was not kept waiting In order to cast his the crowd making way for him As his portly frame passed through the group of bystanders numerous hands were thrust out to him with pood Before passing on Taft grasped as many as he thank ing their owners for their BRYAN SHEATHES HIS WORN BLADE Home Folks of All Parties Wei come Him Home mrty has a proxy candidate for pres delphia and other cities say tha the voting both in thS city precincts and in the country districts is heavy the apathy that marked the greate the real nominee being Martin who is confined in a No ada jll on a charge of The proxy Is August Gilhaus of New In N3W York state the fight for re ction made by Governor Hughes is almost overshadowing the national Other states are also seeing part of the campaign heing succeeded by the efforts of the politicians to bring out the At the heac quarters of both parties this is hallef as an encouraging figures bein i has his ayes on oday the flnlilies of bitter local conj combined in numerous and bewilder In Connecticut Congressman ing combinations to prove that one o Alley ot submarine boat fame has as j the other of the candidates will be opponent Judge Heaton j successful in landing New Jersey and Pennsylvania have The headquarters of all the minor been able to give their undivided at1 parties are exceedingly busy places to tention to national and local I The Independence party neither state electing a toSocialists and Prohibitionists declare In Illinois Governor Deneens j that their respectivecandidates will claim toanother term in office has pon greatly in of those been contested by former Vice Presl1 conceded to them by the old party dent Adlal The con This feeling Is especially marked at gresslonal contest that has attracted the Independence and Socialist quar most attention has been that between Speaker Cannon and the Democrat VtS has his sye Uncle Joes Interest in Pennsylvania centsrs in the size of the Republican plurality and in the congressional In 1904 Roosevelt received the tremen dous plurality of This year the Republican leaders claim but half of There is a distinct drift to Bryan among the working Whether or uot this Is general through out the state is uot Should il prove to be so the Republican esti mate may be greatly There Is great interest In the election and an unusually heavy vote isbeing This is particularly true in Allegheny where the registra tion was larttfly The more interesting of the con gressional contests are those of John Dalzell and George Huff for The Democrats are making a vigorous fight against but odds against them ure all but insurmount In Ohio a heavy vote Is being This is true not only In the Industrial centers but in the country The labor vote Is a large factor in the Many complications make any reliable forecast of the result im Governor Andrew Republican candidate for has made his canvass on the The casting of his ballot required only a short Election Day In the great est official and finan in the result of the the national capital is debarred from tak ing any active part In its determina The city today is abso lutely and unqualifiedly The great moss of officeholders have gone home to Is the male office holders who retain their legal resi dences in their former homes have done Many of the female secretaries and stenographers have also Improved the opportunity of taking a and as a result Washington is spending Its usual quiet election JAMES KERR BURIED Notables Attend Funeral of the Late National funeral of Democratic National MAKES NONPARTISAN SPEECH Through Which Runs a Hint of Last Political Speech of tho Cam paign Is Made at In Which He Declares the Victory Has Been Conscience of the People Has Been Aroused as Never With Pride to His Record as greatest demonstration In the history of Lin coln was given to William Bryan by his fellowtownsmen on his return to his home city at the close of his Nonpartisan In It was participated in by Democrats and and tho Democratic candidate was driven through streets and cheered by almost the entire ulation of the The reception was tendered to him as a citizen of Lincoln rather than as a and in the speech he avoided all reference to par tisan In the parade which fol lowed his automobile from the Union many political trans parencies were Bryans speech was greeted with vociferous The candidate was moved to tears as he made an affec tion ofthe niuftlliide In whose behatt I have than to hold any If I enter the White House 1 shall en ter It free to keep the pledges lhave tree to serve with singleness of If I am elected I shall for four years devote whatever energy I have anil whatever ability I possess to the one object of making this govern ment again a government In which the people rule and under whjch every citizen shall draw from society a re ward proportionate to the service which he renders to his Our Fight IB Our flsht is won and we await the verdict with The people will not be deceived by the padded straw votes published by the partisan by the sham bets of Wall street gamblers or the boastings of the panlcstrlcken Republican The Republican candidate has be hind him an array of trust most of the leadfhg newspapers and an enormous campaign fund so tainted that he dare not let the people know where It comes from until after they have and that part of It that Is contributed to the Republican congressional committed will not be known I have behind me the awakened conscience qf the country and the sen timent in favor of popular government which demands the election of United States senators by direct I have behind me the Tictlms ot the tnists who are pleading for the laboring men whose petitions have been rejected by the Republican the depositors whose savings are jeop ardized by the carelessness of bank officials and the consumers who have been exploited by the beneflclarles ot the high All of these people see in a Dem ocratic victory their only hope of re lief and they know that with elec tlonate reference to his and when he closed the demonstration accorded him was such as he rarely had experi enced in his three I believe I am going to Tie he More than that I believe it IB going to be more than a bare vic I believe that there is a stirring of the conscience of the a moral an uprising that means a sweeping and I will swear in your presence that no one votes for me will ever have occa sion to be ashamed of the vote he Bryan made the final political speech of the campaign at where he said in part Has Survived Foreighteenyears younavebada chance to scan my every speech and While Republican leaders have disappeared as the result of investlga A Home 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property now owned by Newell is oflred for Lie ata bargainhe Property above amount last year and is worth This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniences and centrally Make us an Offer GILLESPIE where the followers of Hlsgen and Debs assert that the re turns will astonish the Concerning the presidential the prophecies of professional political prophets made weeks ago are being fulfilled They repeated then the ancient As goes New York so goes the Time has confirmed their diagnosis of the situa All eyes today are on the Em pire The managers of both parties claim Its thirtynine electoral votes and all declare they see victory for their respective state The voting Is being done rapidly up the some of the districts having already reported the polling of their full The city moves in a more deliberate and the streets are filled with busy groups of party In a great majority of the polling places the vot ing Is according to ex perienced much scratch ng or voting of split The President Oyster ent Roosevelts entry today Into the lllage from his home at Sagamore 1111 was made the occasion of a great opular The president 5 personally popular with the rest ents of the and they made a jlace for him at the local polling place with great He took only a ew seconds to mark and deposit his mllot When one of the bystanders entured to shout Three cheers for Taft the president turned on him ne of his famous Roose velt declared his great confidence n he success of the Republican both state and airFrsffxrS VERIBEST RUBBER A thicker coating than any othe Rubber Roofing on the Noth Ing better regardless ot cos Needs no GET OTT McHenryMlllhouM South FOR SABB BT tlVmaSTONMOYER The residence by hundreds of Sub sequently it was removed to the Pres byterian where services were The Fife preached the paying a glowing tribute to Kerrs Thousands accompanied the body in a long line of carriages and afoot to Us last resting after a my opponents and have criticisms and I know not what the future has for me 1 know not whether it is the peoples wish that I shall be their spokesman in the White House or con tinue to perform the work which I have tried to perform as a private citi but I have not lived in have given an Impulse to honest poll brief It was lowered to the which was banked on all sides and surrounded for many yards by The pallbearers were Judge John John Barclay and John Close personal and business Every business place in Clear field was closed while the funeral was in Says Pennsylvanias state ment was given out at state Demo cratic headquarters as coming from State Chairman Dimellng From reports received from all the counties in the state the result In Pennsylvania may be fairly said to be In If Taft carries the state it will be by less than major compared with Roose velts majority of four years ago shows if other states do for Bryan as well as Pennsylvania there can be no doubt of his Butcher Boys New romance be gun at the back door with the deliv ery of a porterhouse steak has culmi nated in the marriage of Frederick an orphan butcher and Mae Nutting daughter of a tics I have helped to create a senti ment In favor of and as a can didate bhe one thing I have to rely upon is the confidence of the masses in my fidelity to their My opponent has behind him all those forces which are considered po tent in but I would rather have the love of aftfec tion of a Democratic president and a Democratic backed by a pop ular verdict In behalf of Democratic the way is open for remedial PittsbUrg 1 $14.00@1B.OO. 3 yellow 8t Ohio 27 full Supply light 75 cans on market active prices tidy butch common to good fat good fresh cows and common to Sheep and 10 double decks on sale market steady on sheep lambs good 4 fair culls and real heavy and 60 double decks market active and hwwy light york WEATHER Weat warmar on Tuesday and Western Pennsylvania and Pair Tuesday and warmar TuMday light to fresh south Chanler Casts from Brooklyn heJwiuT of Lieutenant Governor Law s Demorcatic candidate for is say that the casi ng of the ballot of Chanler was a quiet unmarked by cere Governor Hughes at the New Charles candidate for reelection on the Republican his bal lot in a small shop near his home In this He was Immediately recog nized by the crowd In and around polling place and a place was made tor him at the head of the Wke thi he took but a few to cast his Hughess cam paign managers are very busy today discounting the predictions of enor mous Dernorgatic majorities in They declare that the governors irote In his home town will astonish those who are forecasting his defeat There seems to arounc Tammany Hall an easy air of confl danctlnChanlers Crowd r Thompsons Auto Kills tour ing car of the coal op erator of this ran down and killed Lorna the little daugh ter of a comp troller of the currency has authorized Receiver Tillinghast of the First Na tloual bank of Niles to pay depositors a dividend of 40 per The bank closed Its doors about two months ago by the attentions of a young woman fo whom he cared nothing and rendered melancholy by statements reflecting on his John age of out his formerly editor ot the Press of Greensburg and for sereral years editor of the Irwln Stand ard and subsequently editor of the Wil wording died at his home at age bT JAP ROSE SOAP TRANSPARENT One should be particular in selecting a soap for Jap Rose leaves ao sedi being absolutely soluble in hard or soft It requires but 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