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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED PRICE 2CBNTS PER VICTORY STILLGROWINQ Gets West Missouri and Montana INDIANA SPRINGS A SURPRISE Representatives Overstreet and tan Two Leaders In the National Among Thoae Who Fall by the Wins Bio Victory In Iowa and His Ambition tt 8lt In the United States Senate Will Be Loses New develop mentB in the election situation sur prised the political leaders of both big parties and the result may bo a vlndl cation of the judgment of Nations Chairman who declared that Taft would receive 326 votes in the electoral Midnight re tuns indicate that he is practically as of 209 votes and has a flghtin chance for Missouris which woul give him a total of two more than Mr Hitchcock Missouri had bee conceded to Bryan and the plurallt from a good part of the iuclud lug took the leaders by su If this advantage is contlnueu Missouri will be in the Taft Bt1s now placed In the doubtful Another surprise of the night was theclose vote in which is claimed for Taft by the margin of 13C rotes The Democrats do not con cede the loss of the state and will be with nothing short of the offi cial Conceding Maryland to Taft and figuring Missouri as the one doubtful Bryan has 166 numbers of the electoral college as sored iNochanges of material interest have Wen reported in the congressional re CHARLES Defeated For cue sixtyHirst congress is presenl and JosegS Cannon of Illinois un doubtedly will succeed himself OH Representatives Jesse Over street of Indiana and Hepburn of Town are the most conspicuous among those who have failed of Bryan May Be National Chairman Norman Mack of the Democratic party has Issued n statement In which he declared that he did not belldve Bryan would again be a candidate for the presi He said he that the Nebraekan be a candidate for the United States senate in pro vided the legislature of his state Is Democratic that when the first Tacancy will The latest returns Indicate that the national house of representatives will hare 308 members and the Democrats eleven districts Tafts plurality In the state of New according to corrected re is more than in of President Roosevelts plural ity of four years Governor Cfcarles Hughes was reelected In New York by radi cal ehaage in Indianas representation uivos was striking feiUuve nf the The latest unofficial re turns complete Rive the Democratic party eleven members and the Repub licans This is a gain of seiven members for the Taft Carries State by i Taft carried the stale for j according to Incomplete by j about Thomas Marshall and the entire Democratic state ticket are irobably elected by a plurality of about As the returns come slowly roll ng in Marshalls plurality while the vote on the Republican na tional ticket The state legislature Is probably which means that a Denv ocratlc successor to James Hemen way will probably be In this connection the name of John Kern Is Republican State Chair man Goodrich admitted that the Re publicans lack two votes of having a majority of the state legislature Join The pendulum has swum once am on the face of unofficial returns Tat has carried Maryland by 149 votes gratification to iue that I shall be ft BRYAN CHEERFUL DESPITE DEFEAT member of the first congress of you administration by a majority of ove liroiisht Tho decision will be the ono Impor tant work of the Hot Springs Speaker Joseph Cannon snnt this telegram over your preat victory nml the victory of tho Republican 8 ft of Sees Large Field ot Usefulness b Private Lilo TAFT WILL TIE HEEDED REST Goes to Hot on Whare He Will Eschew Politics and Social Functions for Two Receives Over Telegrams or From All Over the time to Lay Corner stone for School Building and Make not caring to dlscuBa at this time the po litical effect of the Democratic victory in his home state or analyze the causes William In an Informal talk to a numberof friends who called on him expressed his pleasure at the result In Nebraska and the satisfac tion it afforded jhlm to learn of the slectlon of so many of his polltlca and personal A delegation numbering nearly hundred from Lincoln visited Mr Ireland wired that h rejoiced exceedingly in TaCt EHhu Root sent his congratulation in this form Athos sends his affe tlonate Senator LaFoIlette said In his tele man ever had a greater opportunity than The country confides 111 your constructive leader ship for the pregresslve legislation needed to secure equal opportunity for all in our Industrial George Perkins of New York wired that a cable just received by him Indicated that Iceland had gone Roosevelt as a president was In a very cheerful frame ot mind today and told the newspaper men that the elect on of Taft wholly noldlng but I wanted to do cer carried out a prophecy made by him In work and lt looked as though a letter written to Senator Henry the presidency might offer the oppor Cabot Lodge of to do that I am sure that BILLEK CE DEAD Execution Stayed and Case Comes Back From Supreme Herman Bll convicted of the murder of several members of the Vzrall is al ready dead in the eye of the law was the plea set iiinong by At torney Hlnckley before Judge Barnes In an endeavor to save Blllek from the Judge Barnes had set today for pass Ing sentence on the but In the light of the arguments presented postponed the matter until Blllek was sentenced to be hanged last The day of execution but the United States court took a hand and Blllek was given leave to appeal to the supreme court of the United The state although the order of execution had not been re made no move to carry out the sentence of the pending ac tion by the higher court at Washing That court found that It had no Justification and the case came back to Judge Barnes for It is now claimed that in the ab sence of any order rescinding or post poning the previous sentence of Blllek In legal theory to IN NtBKASKA Win Most Complete Vlo lory In That on Tuesdays election are far from com plete but seem sufficiently definite to confirm the first report that the Dem ocrats had wou a sweeping victory in Complete returns from a third of the counties and scattering precinct re turns from moat of the remainder show that Bryan will have a plurality of not fewer than volrd and Bhallenbergor for governor and the rest of the Democratic ticket will have about But the Democratic victory does not stop Five of Nebraskas slj congressmen are only ono In the Fourth escaping defeat by TOO votes although his district gave Bryan a plu The greatest surprise of all is the overwhelming majority the Democrats will have in the Of the 133 senators and representatives elect ed the canvassers of returns could flnr1 only eighteen Republicans who ha which for thirty year has elected none but Republican mem bers to both this year sends four Republicans and three Des entire Republican state la elected by iluralltles ranging from to ment of a majority of the people of his city and Bryan in re sponding said I am highly gratified over the re sults In this The national de feat has not been such a disappoint ment when we fhave had so many things to console I hope I have convinced my friends that running for offlce has only been an incident to my My heart never been set on WeilKnown Ohloan Park Alexan former state senator and for many years one of the most prominent Re publicans of the died at the age of seventyfour served In the lower house In 18823 and state senate in The Republicans will have the national house at aJtout the same working In In this letter the presi dent said in private life I can have the chance to do One is not required PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styjes Are showing the strongest line of merchandise tobe seen in our city consisting of SU ITS Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves C O A T S 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 Dear is very bad fig offlce ln order to do big things until after the Nevertheless 1 one ls slmpiy required to do those must send you a line to say that I MngB within his reach and that much think the situation Is steadily improv is the reach of each of ing in East of the Alleghenles I believe we shall have a larger popnj lai plurality than four years1 in belng out CABINETMAKERS BUSHLREADY Root May Have State Portfolio li He Wishes HERRICK FOR THE TREASURY Wright Will RetaK Hm Post as Sec retary of While Frank Hitchcock Will Be Made Postmaster General Gossips Also Make Trust Buster Kellogg to Succeed Attorney General tions of the PresidentElect Are a Sealed usual cab inet slates which Invariably follow the of a new president are mak ing their appearance and political wise acres are busy In forecasting the names of those who will make up Presidentelect Tafts official Of is no authoritative ground whatever for the mention of W Have Influence Personally I shall find as much the show other Tatta will T must be ag would be in I be greater than and I think that hope stlll be Of influence to brlns our electoral vote will be larger east about I appreciate of the Alleshenies than four years yery mucn confidence and loyalty becwusa I think the chances peopie near It has been the slightly us In although sreatest C0mfort the election has this represents a good deal of guess ua fact font those amon whom we live have shown this confl West of the Alleghenles T think we dence we appreciate more than 1 can afrall see a heavy falling off In the yQU n nas Deen very hina you Jorlties as with r come out nere visit us on this do not anticipate the loss of any electflay oral votes excepting Missouri and NeThe defeat not weigh healvlly on vada and I am Inclined to think that He was one of the most we have an even chance of carrying of those at his home and laughed and joked good naluredly with his Last night Bryan was tie guest of honor at the banquet ol the state teachers where he made a short He has m other Immediate plans than to rest at home following his William Taft gave hearty expression to the gratifl caltlon he felt on his election as presi dent of the United labor and he had supported His he should be also the success of the coun try If his and endeavor could make it Healthy But Please say that I am perfectly but was the message First Cuban President Thomai Estrada the first president ot the Cuban died last The Experience of a In Lu i rnatic I was says H writer the Liverpool with an uncle who was on very friendly terms with n doctor who kept a private asylum and who occasionally gave a dance for the while alsp Inviting some of ils During my visit received an In and on the appointed evening we arrived to find the room crowded with people all In evening My first partner wns a man whom I thought looked decidedly such n hunted expression In his and oecaslounlly during the dance he stopped and glanced seorchlngly AUSTRIAN FORGE READY TO STRIKE Intrenched on Frontier Awaiting1 his eiection as pres Hostile Move Dear how glad I was when the dance wns making some I hurried only to funup against my hostess and to be introduced to my second what a handsome I fell head over ears in I put out my most bewitching ways and hoped I looked ray best and took cure that I helped him find a cozy corner for he Tafts plurality In the state will total Governor Cummins for United States senator has won by nn overwhelming The complex Ion of the legislature will be progres sive Authentic Information from Creston confirms the defeat of Congress man Hepburn for reelection from the Eighth Iowa district by Jamie by 100 and the en tire Democratic state headed by John Shafroth for car ried Colorado with pluralities in the neighborhood of The Democrats probably will control the legislature b anarrow insuring the election of Charles as Unltei States senator to succeed Senator To Hughes having been indorsed to the position by the state and re vised returns confirm reports of the election In this with votes In precincts of the led Bryan by Tafts total was surprisingly close to that given Roosevelt four years Mr Bryan polled approximately in the previous Bryans gain ap parently camelargely tae Social polling votes four years delivered only about to Prohibition candidate for polled votes in the which Is practically the same vote as was given Swallow In 1904 the Independence party can didate for received Chicago Joseph G Cannon has been reelected to congres by a majority of between and The electora vote of Missouri Is In late re specific names in connection with the new as Taft has not given the slightest intimation of his inten tions so far as con be In this speculative comment which Is being indulged in the name Of Sec retary Root IB often mentioned as likely to continue at the head of ths state department if he desires to It is known that Taft has a high regard for his cabinet asso but whether de sire to carry the burden of a cabinet which already nlu strength and the cabinet wise acres able to It appears to be thegeneral Impres sion that Secretary Luke1 Wright vwill be another cabinet officer to owing to the warm personal attach ment existing between him and the association In the Philippines during ie constructive of the Ameii an work Frank leading attorney or the present administration in 1U prosecutloifr 6f been iehtlonedas1 the General Bonaparte H appears to be quite generally In tb current Frank chairman ot the Republican national will be ncluded In the forthcoming irobably as postmaster apost Balkan situa tion has taken on an alarmist aspect in the last day or two owing to re newed rumors that hostilities are 1m mlnent between Servla and juage Taft wished uttered for A Home 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property now owned by Newell tor LlePat a property sold for above amount last year and is worth This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home ancTall modern conveniences and centrally Make us an Offer GILLESPIE The Austrian troops are said Tatt he has enjoyed have been making hasty prepara1 household of the Taft Jons for war removal of the eat of government from Belgrade to a ess exposed city la A dispatch to the Dally Mail from telgrade reports that the heights round the town are occupied by 00 troops and that the bullion In the national bank will be removed to together with the gen eral staff of the army and thebulk of he war Despite these military the Malls all dan ger of Immediatehostilities seems The national assembly eat for j family going forth only and then to receive the plaudltst of thousands of his fellowtownsmen as they lined the streets and filled the windows for blocks In the line ol march of the parade of the Woodward high school faculty and trus made the principal ad dress at the cornerstone laying of the new building of this school from which he was graduated when a function gave the city an oppor tunity to pay Its first daylight tribute to Ike presidentelect and full advan tage was taken of Judge Taft did turns from the city of Louis an from rural regions reducing the lea held by Bryan so that It Is Impossibl to say definitely who has carried th The complexion of the next leg It was and I was just lu lg also in though th menting that it was nbout time torque are that the Democrat will control It by four or five votes o joint This would assure th reelection of William to th United States BOOM lit BUSINESS THOUGHT TO BE DUE next dance clutching hold of my hand and frantically wav ing his other he started roaring out when to my relief and who followed by two but my first part whom I found to be n while my handsome partner was a religious maniac An Unreasonable John Vigore complained one night at supperthat the teaVwafc the meat the potatoea wife at last burst Into she VI have Iron Trade Review Notes the Preliminary Signs Neir says today result of Its deliberations there was aa immediate relaxation in the Candidate for Cannons New chairman of the committee on banking and currency of thehouse of representatives and representative from the Fifth district of New who has just been elected for the eighth receiving a plurality of about announces himself as a candidate for speaker of the house in the Sixtyfirst congress upon the fol lowing platform The house of representatives shall a board of managers consisting iMren members which shall be Obarged with that direction of legisla tion which Is now assumed by the of the WEATHER Weft Thursday and Friday warmer WMtern Pennsylvania and Ohle Fair Thursday and Friday warmer Friday fresh north his brief but confined him self to the history of the which for him many fond Going Away for a A speech to the womens foreign mission society of the Methodist Epis copal in annual session here thla and a banquet atthe Cincinnati Beneficial olub are the offi cial functions which occupy Judge Taft before he leaven for Hot Springs I am going away for complete rest for at least two I am not going to hold political conferences neither am I going to consider cabinet construction nor political appoint during this It is to he a period of as near absolute rest and quiet I can make After Hot Springs the Taft tartly Is considering a number ot places for residence during the months that wil before Among tbese Is has oijeotlons becauif of the cold cooked faithfully for you for seven teen My one thought been to please There s not a man P this town has better cooked food than and this is all the thanks I trowlings and nd complaints day after It you praise me once InawnlleT You are the most unreasonable wo aan I ever be said Many and many a time Ive sat down o a meal and never said a about t from start to Wasnt that nough of a for you Dont you know perfectly well that If hero had been the least little bit of a thing find fault with Idhaw found t Chaos In Knowledge And 1 say it most the first intellectual task of our age Is rightly to order and make serviceable the vast realm of printed material which four centuries have swept across our To organize our to systematize our to save out of the relentless cataract of JaU the Immortal of the this Iron Age It is yet too early to measure the elect of the election upon the iron and allied Industries which must of course participate in the fruits of the encouragement of enterprise in all di rections which is generally expected to That consumption of Iron and metals will Increase Is conceded by all and that buying for the future and for stocking up may develop In considerable proportions Is expected by In those branches in j low prices have been ruling an almost violent buying movement may de There are some indications of it pig In other to eluding almost the entire series ot fin ished products in which have been more or less successfully main tained during the last year there is little inducement to anticipate future from all quarters comes the report large inquiries and close teat market by large and small or which he would have practical qualifications owing to hi service un til a few months ago as first assistant postmaster general In the present ad a position he voluntarily relinquished to take personal charge of Tafts The defeat of Congressman Hep burn of long chairman of the commerce committee of the house of has aroused some comment as to his availability aa sec retary of It Is assumed that Taft will look to his own state1 for some of his cabi net and this leads to conjec ture concerning exGovernor Herrlck whose name has sug gested in connection wltk the secre taryship of the ExGovernor has long been identified with financial taken an active interest in measures of governmental finance and has been vice president of the American Bankers The name of Hepburn of Nw York is also MrHepburn was formerly superintendent pt banking department of New York and was later comptroller ot the our Qlaescocks plu rality of about for GUascock candidate for is con ceded at Democratic state headquar This concession based on reports received from thirtynine coun ties in the together with esti mated pluralities for the remaining teen The headquarters was then deserted by all the membersof the state Only fifteen out of the fiftyfive counties had reported total votes on governor up to a late bui these gave Glasscock a lead of more than The vote in those counties stood 070 Immortal thoughts of the uus coniumerg for not only dur is a necessity unless the m balance of the year but also Watterson on the Henry Wftt tMwm in reviewing elec says In the Ourier Journal The result shows that we oversea the spiritual and undersized the material la the hearts and minds ot the They were deaf alike to to reason and to eloquence tor nothing could as nothing has ever the personal canvass of Us wondrous lucidity and power of statement its in and physical endurance iU genuityof t and a measureless and pathless ro know anything that turns up la the infinity of knowledge to know To read the book we across in the of books Is Jo learn quarters of WaFl Kills Three By the of A waK of the burned Mayor balding To turn over tfw pages ot men were were ten thouEaud Is to be pracjoin age thirtysin Ucally Indifferent to all that to age unanswerable Thread Mills Resume ot Tafts tfee operatives In two mills in this city notified that full time would be resumed Since lat AprjV been running on part Frederic I u age   

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