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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING ESTAblJSHED PRICE 2C13NTS PER 6REAT BALLOT HINDERS COUNT Complexion ot Oiiio Legislature Not Definitely Known HARMONS PLURALITY Official Canvass Will Be Required to Determine Results In Maryland and Missouri on the National Virginia Bennett Sendn Tele gram to Republi can Candidate for Conced ing Wires Con gratulations to William Tuesdays election Ohio polled a vote that sur passes the million ballots deposited four years making a new high record for Ohio Enough was known early Tuesday night to make It evident that tho Republicans had given a heavy plurality for Re and had won out for but exact fig ures were slow In coming The im mense which had compelled the making of special boxes and some increases in the was in part responsible for this but the large number of ToftHarmon votes cast caused much of the Taft carried Ohio by probably over while Harmon won by about Such figures as have been re oeiived on minor although Indicate the probable victory of all other Republicans on the state The Republicans also are be lieved to have carried the but there also exaot figures are lack It reasonably sure that the three oonstltutlonal amendments have failed because they did not in the aggregate reach anywhere near the required ma jority of all votes oast at this Interest thus having cost the elate consMeriible money without any return in tho way of settling tho It will take the rest of the week before It can be told with exact ness just which minor state candidates MYsi of Wheel Ing Second Sturfilss of iMorgantown Third Joseph Oalnes ofCharleston Fourth dis Wooclyard of IHJL I t vv in u i i i hove been approved by the electors ot 11 plfth Jnmes A HuBhes the ot Bryan Wires The delegates Is Republl Please accept congratulations and j can by a decreased but still overwhelming majority and the senate Mil be composed of twentythree or twentyfour Republicans and six or seven No United States senator Is to be Considerable Democratic gains were made in the northern but these were largely offset by the tremendous and Increased majorities given in most counties of the socalled black belt of the southern Louis Bennett wires Governorelect Accept congratulations and best Bennett con cedes Glasscocks election by Marylands Vote Will Be the official vote of onethird of Hnltlmoro city and twentytwo out of twentythree coun best wishes for the success of your ad I thank you sincerely for your cor dial and courteous telegram of con gratulation and good William These messages were exchanged be tween and The message from Bryan came while Taflt was addressing the general conference of the womans for eign missionary society of the Metho dist Episcopal Me received the message on his return to his resi dence and answered It at Judson governorelect of received the following message from William Bryan Please accept my I rejoice In your victory and wish your administration Harmon telegraphed the follow ing reply Thanks for your Your Tea complete and estimating lie miss ing districts on the basis of the unoffi cial returns Taft had an apparent plu good will and good wishes add greatly j rallty of The indications were to the pleasure which cannot be com plete because my success lacks the company of re turns received by the Register make the Taft plurality in West Virginia with the complete vote of sev eral counties still to The plu rality for Glasscock for governor Is Chairman Williams of the Republican state ex ecutive committee said that he had not yet received complete returns from all of the counties regarding the legis lative but that he is assure that the legislature is safely Republi can by at least twenty majority on Joint Feels Sure of Reg later received returns from all counties and gives detailed figures the completeness of the Re ptfMioau victory in West The pluraUMes shown are as follows Gov Glasscock presi PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Are showing the strongest line of merchandise tcTbe seen in our city consisting of SUITS 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 while stock is 7O8 State Street that seven Bryan and one Taft elect ore had been According to the Bryan received votes and Taft Latest on 1 plural Ity in Pennsylvania as shown by com plete returns from nearly all of the sixtyseven counties Is close to of which Philadelphia contributed and Allegheny in which Pittsburg is about The Prohibitionists polled votes n again of 343 coin mred with the last presidential elec their vole In the state from of the counties heard from shows a slight railing The Social ists polled votes in this a gain of They made a net gain ol 50 per cent in thirtythree counties where the count Is The SocialistLabor In Philadelphia totaled 213 and the Independence party polled The vote of these parties In the interior counties so from did reach 100 in any one Missouri Sufely practi cally complete from the entire state five Tafi a plurality over Bryan In Missouri of I party ncrordlng to present re turns from all congressional in the United control the next na tional house of representatives by a majority of The figures so far received show the election of 216 Re publicans and 175 a gain tor the latter party of The majori ties in several districts are reporter as extremely and it is possible that in a few instances the official count may change the Business fWlsarn tiie Law and Keep wsthin it STATUTES Will GE EuWED Addressing Commercial Club PresidentElect Passes From Jocular Remarks to Those of More Serious Import Declares He Al ready Sees Signs of Business Re vival and Couples Words of En couragement With Those of Admoni tion to Business to the Cincinnati Commercial of which has been a member for fifteen William Howard Taft brought every member of the club to his feet in his sounding the keynote of prosperity for the country for the next four The speech created a profound sat isfaction among the business men of the Judge Taft told In a way which no one has written of the hu man side of the I have been the subject of a coterie of he declared with the great est good which the demands of left me no duty but to respond to the calls from G oclock in the morn ing to to the calls of the if 1 did not respond the crowd after one minute made a miphty Hurrah for Bryan In beginning Taft admitted that It might not have been so easy co smile if the telegrams which passed between Lincoln and Cincinnati had been originated in this city instead of the home of the great Legality In he the indl HUNTING WAKES MEN And So Kalbfus Would Provide More Game to Ills mi hual report to the stute game commis sion Secretary Kalbfus i state approprlnliou for Mie restocking of the stnte with He declarus hunting makes rral men and I hat the Americans repelled he British In two wars because hey wore largely a nation of hunters arid that sport in the woods today Is a valuable which is being Interfered with because of the growing scarcity of Kalbfus recommends that an appro priation of be made by the next In addition to the reg ular appropriation lo the for the purpose of buying game to Kalbfus also recommends that the game season be shortened In or der to conserve the game that He says that the necessity for this action Is apparent and that he has the advice of hunters and sportsmen that eatloas are already apparent and the the open season should not begin til after Now part of the sea son opens In which Is gener ally a dry month and that animals seeking water are an easy prey to hunters who watch the Recommendations are also made for Increase of the state who have been assisting the game commission In enforcement of game and for the passage of a bill to prohibit unnatural ized persons to carry HARRIS MAY CALL AN EXTRA SESSION To Forestall Harmons Appoint ment of a Senator Governor Harris announces that he is consider ing the calling of an extra session of the but has not definitely NbWS IN BRIEF New After standing Idle a year the Atlantic fur owned by the Republic Iron anil Steal Is to be Beaver The saw works of Emerson Smith which has been idle or working only part resumed jperatlon in Pricked In the hand by tho thorns of a black briar while husking Joseph Barclay ot Joanna is threatened with blood poi How ard a young Northum berland cooked breakfast befora daylight for her husband and is fa tally burned by Mie explosion of the kerosene lamp stie attempted to blow Attorney Gen eral Wade KHIs uas handed his resignation to Govenjor Harris and has gone to Washington to enter on the duties of ills new position as as sistant attorney general of the United Union Jesse a is dead Constable William Brown is in the hospital with six punc tures in his intestines and the latters Charles is suffering from BRYAN ISSUES HIS STATEMENT Admits Defeat Is Overwhelming But Cannot Explain It CONTEST WILL BE CONTINUED Reforms Advocated In the Democratic Platform Will Eventually Be Especially to Relating to the Suppression of Rights of Guarantee of Bank Deposits and Fll Iplne State of Nebraska to Set Bryan has Issued the following state ment The election has gone against us by a decisive The returns are not all In and it Is Impossible at the present time to analyze them or to say what causes contributed most to the Republican We our a wound in the right arm as a result fight upon a platform embodied declded on There is no ae ec far heard hopes which I entertain are that the of the report was Use DeWltts Carbollzed Witch Hazel is cooling and It Is especially good for Sold by Harry BUSINESS DIRECTORY GREENVILLE TAILORING A REAL TAILOR BISHOP Tailoring in all its Alter Pressing and Clean Corner Main and Hercer If your money is earning you less than 5 it will pay you to come and see We offer for sale investment bonds of the highest Particulars on Application The Cillespic RESTAURANT SMITHS CAFE Beat Things to Eat served In the best is making a reputation or Try us if not a The place to eat is at SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Solicits transient and local wellcooked moderate MEAT MAHKET Plum corner Erie alms to furnish the finest quality of business communities and the invest ors of both foreign nations and among our people will take heart in carry ingout the great enterprises which have been projected and must be car ried to a determination if the country la to reach its full meed of prosperity and business Business men are to be shown the lines of legality and are to be directed In keeping with these which have been emphasized during the last four Business men shall know that they are to conform to the laws upon the statute books and that no fa vors are to be expected for those who break the This shall be so that the men who conduct a legitimate business may un derstand that the government is back of them and does not intend to do anything to interfere wlbh their legiti mate After the applause which met the declaration had subsided Judge Taft added Frlonds Will Poor It is a question of the definite knowledge of the statutes and of their clear understanding which shall make the honest progress of our business And that in my all that is necessary to make that prog ress substantial and Judge Taft apologized for directing his words into such a serious discus I know the difficulties that will arise In my new he and I know that there will be ques tions which will arise that I do not know of now and that times will come when many of my Mends here will shake their heads and Poor but all I ask is for suspenulon of judg ment until the situation may be un Its decision will rest upon the principles ot sound and honest business policies which I halve out limed and its intricacies may be ascer tained and These details I am explain what may appear to be errors of judgment and Church Steeple Kills Kra mer of Louis was dashed against the chimney of the Methodist church and killed here while making a balloon ascension at the farmers in consultation wjth PresidentElect Taft before deciding the The governor said he would announce his decision in thematter in a short The Republican leaders are shaping a program to prevent GovernorElect Hwrmon appointing a United States senator to succeed Foraker by having Governor the new legisla ture in extra session before he retires from office to name a senator to suc ceed The new legislators terms begin under the constitution the first Monday in January and the term of the present governor does not ex pire until the second Monday in Jan The voters have apparently defeated the constitutional amendment for bien nial sessions ofthe to con vene January following the elec and the regular session will not take place until Fora kers term expires March If the legislature does not meet In spe tial session to elect his successor Har mon would be able to name a Demo erat sit in the special session to be called to revise the of an attempt arrewt to catch a train for Mrs Bernard Doyle of u prominent Balnbrldge family was with heart fail ure upon reaching the railroad station and died in the waiting room In the presence of a largo crowd of East whose father died in the Weston Insane asylum in has been adjudged insane by a Jury In this Howard killed Myrtle Rouse here In March just as she was rocking nor baby to Oil ninth an nual convention of the Pennsylvania congress of mothers has opened here for a two days The recent convention of federated clubs at Pitts burg interfered with the attendance of which is below the usual thought to have been caused by an overheated destroyed the Putney vllle rolling plant at Putneyiville near The plant had been closed on ac count of a scarcity of About 400 bushels of wheat and other grain were home of Seymour Phillips at was burned and age and age were The parents were absent when the It Is supposed the children pulled coals from a firing the Cloyd the Conemaugh young man who has been operating his fathers store at Scalp Level and who is charged with assaulting and robbing Henry En sexton of Johns on the road near furnished f ball for his appearance at sliding an Iron stove along the rails of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad tracks as a means of conveying It to their home Mrs Joseph age wife of a Rosemont coal and her daughter age were struck by a fast passenger train running late and fatally The girl died on the way to a hospital In this Tiie mother is at the Horse Trade he had bought a horse that was balky and could not rtand the ridicule of the coachmen lu Alfred coachman for Wimam Brad ford cf New hanged MILK DEPOT When you buy your milk of 21 North Mercer you get the best and PHOTOGRAPHER WEBERS 11 All the latest styles Jn cards folders for 1908 now See the new Royal Glen a sevenyearold who standing near the was struck by a brick falling from the which wrecked by the his skull was fractured and ke may I and The old reliables motto Is Not the cheapest prices best goods at the lowest market Our reputa tion or 22 Bnuf BARBER We Wll appreciate your Give us a Canal street Ethel Roosevelt Almost Roose velt was riding behind the hounds in the Genesee Valley clubs fox hunt when her saddle horn slipped as her mount was taking a Tbe tbor oughbred became fractious and It looked for a moment as Ethel was in for a bad marry Wilson ot Geneseo dashed up In time to put Miau Roosevelts horse under Premature Explosion Kills Wxw were killed on the Grand Trunk tOO wiles east of all were to a out whetf ot dyna mite Three men rescued badly NO IMPROPER EXAMINERS REPORT Waynesburg Bank Case Difficult to Prepare examin ers who investigated the charges to the president that undue delay bad occurred in bringing to trial the case against 4he former tashier of tie Farmers and Drovers National bank of which was closed lu have made a report to the effect that there has been no Improper delay on the part of United States Attorney Dunkle In prosecuting the but on the contrary he has exercised due diligence to secure a speedy Bank Examiner Starolc worked on the cases until indictments were but owing to hie Inability to devote Sufficient tlUG to the preparation of the evidence the cases were continued until The investigators also flnd that unusual difficulties were encountered In preparing the evidence am account of the condition of the rec ord of the Four ShotFlrers Shut In explosion tlM mine ot Colonel William ibre milei of wrecked the shaft and as reiuJt four three weeks leave of absence fresn his pa per that he might act during the cam paign as secretary ot the Phltadel phia a reform movement in opposition to the Republican city or Prank a was nominated at the last minute for county commls mora to fill up the ticket than with any idea of electing Com pletion of ths count showed that Gor mnn into a lob tnat will pay a what wa believed to be good for the American but It Is lor the peo ple themselves to decide what laws they desire and what methods of gov ernment they I have faith that tfae publicity which wo asked for will yet commend Itself to the American that the election of senators by the people will be that iniquities of the trust will arouse an opposition that will result Jn ination of the principle of private mo I am confident will see the necessity for the labor legislation and the tariff reduction which our platform I am that the educational work done in this campaign will re sult In securing greater protection to bank The abore are the most prominent reforms for which we and I believe that these re forms will yet together with feore effective regulation of railroads and independence for the Commendt National I desire to commend the work of our national I entirely latlsded with MacK as the chair man and With the members of the committee 1do not see what could have done more than they dld and as for put forth every effort In my power to secure rlctory lor our The came from the hands of the I hare obeyed their command and have led as best I Words will not expreod my gratitude for the devotion has been shown by millions of Demo crats during the past twelve Neither sm I able to adequately ex press my appreciation for the kind words which have been spoken since the If I could regard the defeat as pure ly a personal one I would consider it a rattier a for I am relieved of the re sponsibilities of an office that te at tractltye only In proportion as It gives opportunity to render a larger pub lic But I shall serve as will ingly In a private capacity as in a public God does not require great things of he osily requires that we Improve the opportunities that are pre sented and I shall be glad to Improve Che opportunities for service presented by private Nebraska to Set In this hour of defeat I ted some consolation in the cordial support given by my by the citizens of Lincoln and by the people of the state of With a Dem ocratic governor and Democratic we be able to put into practice so much of the Denver plat form as relates to state and 1 trust that our state will example tbat will be an Influence tor irnnd IB the COLDS CURED in One Day Munyons Cold Bemedy relieves the throat and lungs almost Checks Stops Discharges of the takes away all achea and pains caused by cures Grip and obstinate Coughs and vente Pneumo Sold by all Strong Testimony from Wellknown People Ul Twelfth I bave used Munyons Coll Core end oonildcr It safelyjtMomuj Mi without Hue U you UM my CoU RraMly ttd W M
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