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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED PRESIDENT HITS PANAMA STORY HMHAIIMOOO It n U6nOUnC6S II 3S 3D pers that we have received of finy I hind were sent over to us In May of j and they have been accessible to RECORDS ACCESSIBLE TO All In Letter to William Dudley Foulke Chief Executive Pays Respects tc Those Who Have Circulated Report That an American Syndicate Ob tained RakeOff in Panama Canal Purchase Declares Money Wai Paid to French Which Distributed It to Hot Roosevelt denies In a most emphatic manner the charges made by several newspapers during the recent campaign that the United States government bought through the French government from an American syndicate the Pan ama canal concession for The charges were to tho effect that Charles brother of the presi and Douglas brotherinlaiw of President were members of this syndicate and re ceived a large share of the money paid for the Panama President In his state mentions the Indianapolis News and the New York Sun as having cir culated these The statement is In the form of a letter to William Dudley with the presi dents has made it Tihe president says In part White My Dear have re ceived youMetter of the 29th ultimo and have read It In connection with your previous letters inclosing quotations from the Indianapolis a paper edited by Uelavan As Smith certainly knew that all the state ments he made were both us to this Panama mutter and as to the other matters of which you inclose me clip pings and as the exposure of their falsity will not affect his future I am not very in wat save BOCTI because of their technical and ihelr usefulness In the work of the it has been found every human being who cared to took advisable to send to the at them ever since and are accessible AH of these documents that pos Any reputable man within or Beased any importance as Illustrating i without Republican or Dem tny feature of the transaction have alj has now and always has hadthe ready been made There re opportunity to examine any of these nialns a great mass of documents of j little or no Importance which the ad You quotethe News as stating that j ministration Is entirely wtlHng to have people have no omcial knowledge but which because of their I concerning the Panama canal The fact is that the people have had the most minute official knowledge i that every important step in the trans i action and every Important document have been made public In communlca lions to congress and through the dally i press and the whole matter has been threshed over In all Us details again and again and The News gives currency to thq charge that the United States bought from American citizens for property that cost these citizens only The statement Is The United States did not pay a cent of the to any American An Abominable The News say that there Is no doubt that the government paid for the property and continues who got the money We are not to The administration and Taft do not think It right that the people should mass and pointlessness nobody has ever cared to Any reputable man can haive full accessto these doc If you or Swift or Booth Tarklngton or George In If any reputable man will come on here he shall have free ac cess to the documents and can look over everything HOUSE AND SENATE MEET Second Session of Sixtieth Con gress Opens Today ADJOURNMENT IS THEN TAKEN CASTRO CANNOT LAND Must Apologize Before He May Set foot on French President Castro of Venezuela conies to Bordeaux he will not be allowed to Bet foot on French soil until after he has offered a formal apology for the in which he baa flouted This de cision has ibeen kept secret for because It wan suspect ed that Castro would disembark at because Really this is so ludicrous as to phy8lcui condition may be such f ti 11M In I iti mi t Iftnt a f clear what good will losull from such make one feel a little impatient at having to answer The fact has been officially published again and again that the government paid and that It paid this 000 to the French getting the recipt of the liquidator ap pointed by the French government to receive the The United States government has not the slightest knowledge as to the particular Individ uals among whom the French govern ment distributed the This was the business of the French govern Tihe mere supposition that any American received from the French government a rake off1 Is too absurd to be It is an abominable and It is a slander not against the American government but the French The News saying that tho presidents brotherinlaw Is In volved In the but he has noth ing to Tihe presidents brotherin law was Involved in no Delavan Smith the other people who repeated this falsehood lied about the presidents but why the fact that Smith lied should be held to Involve Robinson In a scandal Is difficult to The scandal affects no one but Smith that humanitarian motives mightren der Immediate care at a hospital Im But should he arrive at Bor deaux and his illness not be serious cabinet has determined that some signal redress must be exacted from the Venezuelan president for his Igno minious expulsion of the French from that country In Permission to will be made conditional the dispatch of an official telegram of apol ogy to the French government and after that the dispatch of telegraphic Instructions to Caracas for the imme diate execution of the arbitral award In the matter of the French which France asserts Castro has Ig Legislators Separate After Short Ses sion In Order to Pay Respect to Memory of Late Senator Who Lost Their Seats In Recent Election Receive At tentlon From Fellow Will Listen to Message From the President the hands ofthe clock in the hall of representa tlves in the national capltol converge1 noon today Representative Josepl Cannon of Illinois let falKhe gave that Is the outward symbol of his au thority as speaker of the house of rep mid announced In his usual sharp tones that the meai bers of the house would come to ordel As he did BO the voices of the legisla blended in a babel of dlscussioi that filled immense were sud denly and they awaited In rev erent silence the opening prayer of Chaplain While this scene was being acted In end of the capltol another very but on a much smaller took place at the other end at the SEASONABLE Dear me its a lucky thing Christ Tfl RRINfi MIIRDFRFR ims comes only once a I dont tU Dllimi now what wed do If it came often BACK FROM GRAVE New Jersey Physician Will Make Gruesome Experiment It isnt so much the value of a pres et as the spirit in which It Is I hang up my stocking just to lease the dread telling hem theres no Santa Let some one else do never seems like Christmas to ne unless It 1 always try to give sensible gifts that will be a reminder all the Money Is always such an accept able There isnt one of us of a New York recently put who has so much that he can t take that electricity does not but a little I love a good home dinner on the surgeons knife in the autopsy or Christmas with all the relatives In the quicklime in which they are slcian Frank Seanimell will make an effort to resuscitate the next man trocuted In the New Jersey state prison In order to disprove the claim Its so nice for the children Dont you pity the poor at tills lino of the year I Christmas and New Years come so close Its too bad they couldnt be separated a holidays coming right on top of each other that wny make it so hard but then the children enjoy The next man to be electrocuted Is John who is to die dur ing theweek of WOULD SAVE ACADEMY Bu Alumni of Eldersridge Plan to Historic o the Eldersridge near here I never know what to give nave started a movement to buy 1 Its so hard to think of anything for iheproperty when It Is disposed of a a And my rich sheriffs sale next They dono have everything But Inasmuch as denlly earnestly desire some answer to be made and Inasmuch as you say that some reputable people appear to believe tihe falsehoods of Smith and inasmuch as you seem to think that his falsehoods as regards the Pan ama mutter are the most I will answer No Documents The News states that probably eonie of the documents with the matter have been This U Not one has bean It states tliat the last documents wore sent over in of this the ob ject of this particular falsehood to connect Hie in way wlh cvf and his conduct has been not merely but Robin son had the slightest connection of any Wnd at any time or under any circumstances with the Panama mat Neilhpdid Charles The News says that Tuft was a member of 1he So far as I know there was no syndicate tihere certainly was ito syndicate In the United States that to my knowledge had any dealings with the government directly or and inasmuch as there was syndicate Mr Taft natu rally could belong to The News demands that Taft appeal to the by which It means what it calls the are stored OVERCOATS OVERCOATS Special Prices On OVERCOATS Get In Early ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier HUNTING TRIP TO LAST WHOLE YEAR President Roosevelt tnnomieei Plan ol Campaign President i Roosevelt has made his first official announcement regarding the hunting trip to Africa on which he will start within two weeks after he retires from the The expedition U to be outfitted by the Smithsonian In the president defraying his and will natural history materials for the new national In the which Is offl besides the president and his son Major Edgar Ed mund Alden Lorlng and No fears need be entertained for the presidents the statement de because every party Is an excellent rifle Mom basa will be reached In April next but no detailed Itinerary beyond that place has been except general route to Lake Victoria Nyanza and thence down the Nile to it is the party will ON want it to fall into indifferent hand and propose to preserve the old plac as a memorial of what was once on of Pennsylvanias bestknown educa tional The debt on account of which th academy must be sold was when a new gymnasium was erecte several years The amouiit of th claim is but the total Indebte ness is SIX DAY BIKE RACE IS OM Iret of International Contttt Madlion Square New Vea 7 ill day Bi cycle formerly one of the nent events In the sporting year Mid tlllof much Interest to the bicycle is being ridden In son Square Garden As the ace has called together In the great itnphtiheatur a crowd of ind the well known scenes of enthiK ilasm are enacted every time one of he favorites attempts to gain ft wp on his Germany and Holland are represented in the Among the favorites Is the German Holland Walter Rutt and Johjm winners of last years opinion Is freely expressed that they will repeat the The oth er foreign riders as well as the Van kees have plenty of and the race Is considered by Impartial Judges one of the most open of recent TWO CANOEISTS DROWN Their Craft Rock and UpftHW In Potomac Joseph1 age a botanlit In the national and his Robert age drowned while trying to shoot the rapids at Stubblefletd falls In the Po tomac about ten miles noith ol the The bodies have not been re The young men were on a Uhlnf trip in a small whlchovertuined in midstream with dffe to strlk ing a Both were residents of this IN WIFES PRESENCE SMALLPOX SPEAKER same minute asthe senate was sum moned from its private cpnversaAn to public business by the voice of Vrce President Following the divine invocation in the two houses there were the usual scenes of trite seats of trie officers by their of theSixtieth no saeme nls ttutllorlty by member of his SOME liye to Some Eat to But Eat or livei Or live or Eat here and live CI1Y RESTAURANT tue of his former election and banks as ex offlcio presiding officer of the The only changes that made necessary by deaths and Death Causes Several Cases of Smallpox Have De veloped in the Keenan Mining Dis trlct and It Is Feared There Will Be Many More Cases There it another outbreak of small pox at this and it la now feared by the county medical au thorities that it will be of a farreach ing character on account of the way the cases have been handled during the past few as well on account of the escape of one of the patients who has had the disease for several and traveled in a heavilyload ed passenger to Grove where he went to consult a physi present outbreak no doubt comes from the cases reported In the Kline family several months ago when several members of the family were ill with the and it was some days before it was found ou that the dread disease had again ap peared in this county and it was no known until Kline had mailo a visit to a doctor at EauClaire that th disease he had contracted was small As soon as the case was dlscovere it was reported to County Medica Examiner who went t the Kline home and placed it unde Angry Husband Shoots and Kills His Benjamin constable at four miles east of was shot and killed by his James i The latter returned to his house after a few hours absence t is finding the door orced his way In to discover Turner u his wifes Cochran was captured by Sheriff The dead man leaves a widow and four Laying For Bridge at the dynamiting of railroad bridges which lias occurred continually for nine Walter executive offl cer of the National Erectors associa and Police Inspector Rowe deed ed to place guards armed with Wl chesters at all bridges and a of bloodhounds to run down lulprUn Ing the afternoon and did notwa4 until the Grove City official had com nuinicated with Tlie two Infectedhomes were plac Two Girls and Bey on thin Ice coat the lives of three children In this Two age eleven daughter of Charley and age daughter of John A An were drowned In a poqd in Metheun George ago lost his life in trying to sare ils younger brother Arthur from the 1 water of Mystic Arthur saved by a man who heard the outcries of the ALL OUT OF Has Any Greenville Person Felt That Way Feel all out of sorts Nervous Back feel lame and achy Thats the story of sick Bad blood circulating about Uric acid poisoning the Just one way to feel right Cure the sluggish kidneys Do it with Deans Kidney Deans have cured inanr vllle Heres one 39 North Mer ed under strict quarantine by tne ex cer says I with a dull pain In the of my back for some months betor I realized that my kidneys were dlB I also had chills and WM subject to severe My had been cured of an attack j of kidney disease by the use Doaiis Kidney so I to try them and procured box at AlJ denderfers drug It was only A A i nit th A who gave orders that the quarantine will have to be fully lived up as well as Impressing the members of the families that If the quarantine was not kept in a rigid manner there would no doubt be a bad outbreak of smallpox In that vi The medical authorities look for a number of additional cases in the vi cinity of as the neighbors one NATIONALAPPLE SHOW Fruit With International Opens in apple is the greatest fruit in the and i the northwestern corner of the United States Is the greatest place In the world to grow it if the people gath ered here today to witness the open Ing of the national apple show are to be Their belief seems to be justified by the many splendid speci mens of fruit placed on Months ago the projectors of the j adjourned for the day In order to pay proper tribute to the memory of the late Senator Allison of HI Albert was worn in Before the house was called to order he crowds of visitors that filled the allery spent the time of waiting by singling out for comment well known The latter seemingly paid no attention to the which reached If at only in con used and circulated among heir renewing old friend congratulating those whose ef forts had resulted In success at the PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Quality Clothes for the well dressed women of Greenville putsjhis store in the first rank as Ladies tor we have the Tailor Made Suits Silk Skirts Waists Costumes Opera Coats Cloth Coats Seal Caracul and Pony aided by the Spokane chamber of Induced the national government to issue Invitations to for eign countries to send here their best specimens of the The object was the bringing together at one time of the standard varieties of apples grown for commercial purposes throughout the world for the purpose of Another object Is the advancement of the interests of apple KlltslJER SONINLAW Whltmer Woman In Jail Ac cused of Betsy Coberly Is in Jail at charged with the murder of her soninlaw Adam at The shooting was the outcome of a guarre between White and his Mrs It Is had left her and returned to her mothers horn and the husband sought her In which Coberly partici White refusedto leave the house shot him lu the Our sterling display of Neck Pieces and Muffs in all kinds oi at every will pleale The Same Old Stand 7OS State Street but evidently the germs occn visiting in other of the of the disease had scattered before j Armstrong as well as mem t was taken in charge by the county bers of tnat famny mingling with the other and the two hus who are employed In the coal mines at that had been work ing in the minegs steadily until the past few when they were not feeling well enough to workand they laid having been In close com munlcatlon with all of the miners em ployed in that polls and condoling with those who were elected last month to remain at Prominent among the men who were the recipients of the latter mournful attention could be marked Representatives Hepburn of Iowa and Landifi and Overstreet of Indiana erstwhile leaders on the Republican side of the Judging from theli outward these with the other unsuccessful can didates for bore their dis appointment with Democrats Discuss On the Democratic side the men who attracted the greatest amount of notice were John Sharp Williams of Mlssiss who has relinquished his post of representative of the house minority LUl which is shown by foud ases in the same One of the cases developed some time ago and as It was a very mild there was no physician in the pa lent who was the fouryearold daugh ter of and John being taken caro of by her who was not awaro of the nature of the and as it was a very mild the little one Is now convales As the family had no medical at rumors of the case reached Hackenbury and as he was con fined to his home with a broken he deputized another physician to in vestigate the the puty going to that place Friday and found two additional cases of small as well as missing one case who had boarded a train to go to Grove City to consult a In the home of John Armstrong it was found that the little who had been ill for several had had a light attack of the but is now The father of the It was had contract ed tho his case not being aa mild as the the reports being that the father had a bad case Rubber stamp Advance necessary for me to use half contents of the box in accordance with the directions to be completely i I now have no trouble my back and the headaches chills are a thing of the slder Doans Kidney a moat liable remedy and worthy of much For sale by all Price 60 FosterMllburn New soleagents for the United I Remember the take no In view of his election to a seat in the and Champ leader of the At the home of Ellsworth Arm strong U was found that Arm Trv The New Small Fire State caused damageOf to records and papers the Brooms of the Btate Insurance and mining departments at the Defective wiring Is held responsible house Each man was strong had also contracted the dis Biade the center of a group of his par though at the present time she ty discussing the chances has a very fild it not having de of fighting successfully against the j veloped as far as other strong Republican majority In the husband of who Is Fewer Democrats than Repub supposed to have contracted the dia llcans suffered defeat last the eaBOi his home early Friday BESSEM 5c Cigar Republican majority being cut but the change will of af fect the present On the Dem ocratic sldethe man who was the re cipient of the greatest number of con dolences seemed to be the aged Oen morning to go to Grove City in or der to consult a physician as to the nature of the disease ho had contract When he left according to the statements of his he had for the Danger In Celluloid In the fiveyearold daughter of Calvin secured a celluloid comb and held the flame of a lamp UO ellCOB BBCUIUU IV uo no eral Sherwood of a number of eruptions on his as Kltchln of NorthCarollna was the butt j well as on his the eruptions be of many jesting remarks owlngto tha Ing the same as were coming on nn fact that his the Fifth North and it Is no doubt that eonsld went while he erably faster than her was elected governor of bis state on the Democratic Four More Bodies The medical examiner telephoned to the health officer at Grove City to look up the and It Is not known 1 as yet whether Armstrong was mine erplo Ion have bwsu ment of that Heroharrofl body was found by her making total nunUwr to seen a as the medical ex mother 161 amlner left Keenan for his borne dur A New A Greenville Union Made Havana Its 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