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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING i in ESTABLISHED PRICE 2 CENTS PER TAFT IS BUT CROWD ISNT In Remarkable Madison YELLS 3 Uter Which CsndldatB Taft Is Per mitted to lor Tin He Reiterates Questions Put to Bryan by President Roosevelt anU Defends and Explains His Order Re fusing to Restore Wages of Railroad Employes Which Had Been Cut 10 Per Cent by the New William Taft and Charles Hughes were tho attractions at a great Republican muss meeting at Madison Square Garden lust The meeting was remark stnWi His voice verv hoarse and he made his speech His first words produced a gen eral laugh over his When it subsided he continued with much fhe Inspiration of this When the noise ceased Taft mntter whal happens on will gan his His voice was j alwnys the sweetest memory of my but the crewd was satisfied msrely toj greatest For minutes Madison Square Garden treni i bled from the stamping of thousands I of feet and the roar of Taft tried to quell the but wiu i powerless to do look at him and his every word was There were a number of other speak ers before Judge Taft and Governor Hughes but the throng was Impatient to hear the presidential and the state It was two minutes after 11 oclock when Taft As soon as he was recognized there was tremendous cheering which lasted for nineteen shouted Big Bill and sang Yale songs while the but tho instruments could be heard only whfin the cheering dlod down a Taft stood on the platform with a smile of appreciation wreathing his good natured Hoarse But This sentence won the audience at He added The spirit of loyal Republicanism that Is instinct In thin audience makes me rejoice that I have always been a A moment later the candidate com mended the Roosevelt policies and an other mighty shout of approval went When he said Bryan claims to be the heir of those a voice piped and another big laugh was Indulged in Taftspoke for less than ten minutes because of the husklness of his He stood for a few mln utes on the platform before leaving the smiling broadly as the thou sands cheered htm and shouted he would From the hall he hur ried to the railroad where he TAFTS REpD Says Opponent Is Most Objec tionabia to Workers FINISHES THE DAYAT ALBANY As the cheering continued nis special train and began after minute grew more sej his journey rlous and tried to compel silence by holding up his but this simply lUol i HO ui T1 1 able In more ways than At first i cauaed more cheering than Speaks at Before going to Madison Square Gar Taft spoke at Cooper Union mention ot the name of Governor erai Porter stood beside the candidate There he the labor menn Hughes the hall resounded with cheer ani comparative n he has hereto Ing that lasted for sixteen Then he Introduced Taft as our the Governor Hughess address was re next president and the cheering was celved But It re resumed malhed for Vr Tait to insnii He explained the labor he rendered while on the whicl It stoimed Judge Taft haye mude thg ot poltUca and he answered Home of the fresher charges against him which he Where Former Senator David Hill Introduces Him to Large and En thusiastic Day In Many Industrial Bryan Tells Worklngmen That Taft Is Not In Sympathy With Them Uses Thomas Decision to Clinch His Ar to listen to thewbut Uiatlf were talking to an employer the PHI ptoyer as a matter if restore their wages that he could not listen to such a petition because at Jmlse his duty was to protect thr New Con chairman of the Democratic stale rollow Ing statement this inonilng I am as confident that Bryan and Chanler will carry the slato bt New YorU as I am that election day will come noxt My con fidence is based on a complete can vass of the state and on detailed re ports 1 have received this week from U J every Democratic slate committee man county chairman and prominent party These reports show that the labor vole of this state is practically solid for both the national and slate We will more than hold our own among the business men and all signs point to an increase in the Democratic vote in the rural I nm in feature of estimates from every of William Jennings Bryans tour upi county in the based upon exist state was the appearance on the plat1 ing and I thoroughly bo form here last night of former United the Republican MM COHENS 10AN OFFICE Do You Need Money If so we have it to Can you get it from the banks If you come in and ask us about how we i 1 loan It is NOT NECESSARY THAT YOU OWN PROPERTY OR HAVE AN We will loan any amount you want on FURS Rings Sewing Fire Tools See Our Display of New Goods In Window States Senator David It was the first time in several years that Hill had attended such a gather BO that when he stepped forward as chairman to Introduce Democracys leader the great crowdrose as a man and Although not connected with poli Hill I reiterate that 1 am heartily in favor of the election has heretofore He indorsed the recent letter of President Roose velt to Bryan asking where the Nebraskan stood on the bills favored by which are said to clearly demand legislation for labor as a Judge Taft then took up the recent charge of Bryan that dur ment our presidential who ing the hard times of 189496 he had nonors ua wuu his presence here to et will have less than pluraltlj outside of Greater New York and the Republican state ticket less than Bryans plurality In the state wll be more than and Chaniers nol less than These figures Lieutenant Governor Chanler has made a strenuous and winning Bryans visit to the state of New York has been West mlnq the of tha Ill fated Darr mice in Jacobs s on lire and to extinguish tho blazo have been boiler of a I locomotive blew up one mile west of resulting In the serious Injury of Engineer Owen and his wm was acting as and a his will tho late Barton the patent at who amassed a wrote I would have my body cremated at as trifling expense as possible and no llgioua services must be elope ments before she is seventeen is the record of pretty Florence according to her McKln The young she tells the Is missing from her as Is YOU COWARD GASPS DYING MAN Barroom Argument Ends In Ihe Shedding of Blood TI it that I would support the party er right or me to say that I support ticket In this campaign in my judg Uvan when he began o he gtate on gaturday declined to modify an order of a re n ht right upon celver appointed by him as re teBted question in this ducing the wages of the employes of him because I sincerely be lul 14 uuuiug him because 1 w a certain railway 10 per Judge of the noontori that thin nrriiv was tha lieve tnai me asserted that this order tha Tan asserted mat inia uruer ma tw plec last extremity which could be resorted country wUlbe to to save the railroad to the city of It Is time for a change In the ad the and thus make ministration of the a It possible for these same employes to change ot measures and of Our obtain any wages at The Secondary Boycott candidate owes the nomination not to any one or any set but In justification of the injunctionna he oniy to the people ir elect issued In secondary boycott cases Judge he will be the president himae I Taft said that the best labor unions ftnd not a dummy for any He will today recognize that the use of the not be led around with a airing like a secondary boycott In Industrial dlsgreat big caged Sees visions of ExSenator referring Re publican charge that a panic would putes is bad un Republlcan and an instrument of tyranny And until Bryan answers jollow Mr Bryans declared Roosevelt this question we must surne that he also believes with Gom pers in the secondary hi that It would tot be a business but It will be a of hundreds of thousands of federal office holders public officials who wll to the I During the Taft also to gurrender to jean Methodist Episcopal Camp He concluded his encomium of Mr PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Rf Of Exclusive Styles Are showing the strongest line of merchandise to be seen in our city consisting of SUITS Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves CO ATS 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 can runrtlrtate Camp the Thalia theater he friend of the He has been the sincere and constan Home 53 Mercer Street The Qtllespie property now owned by Newell isoflered for sale at a The propertyjold for above amount last year and is worth I m is an excellent opportunity to get a Bne home 11 modern conveniences and centrally located VMake us G1LLESPIE in the where he had been preceded by Secretary Straus and nu merous other anil Hubers Sherman was given a noisy reception last night by an audience which filled the big 1 Owing to the racing interests In Saratoga the contest here over the candidacy of Governor Hughes and that of Lieutenant Governor Chanler or the governorship has been espe cially keen and Shermans re marka on that subject were given close The speaker chal lenged Bryan to declare his posi tion before election day on the ques tions of silver and imperialism and other issues which Democracys lead er had eaponsed in the Brother Bryans The American people have a right to know where Brother Bryan stands on these declared Sher Does he dare to say what his position is on the silver question Brother Bryan is too skillfull an undertaker to dig up a corpse when the mourners are looking After every presidential election Undertaker Bryan holds a beautiful funeral and amid much weeping and wailing of Democracys faithful he solemnly buries his numerous using the planks In the platform for a casket As a result of his indefatigable Indus try hes got tho finest political grave yard Evidently he wants to keep it for he steadfastly refuses to resurrect the In closing the speaker declared tha tho American people on election would bury Bryan with their bal lots in the graveyard of his dead Presiden Roosevelt has made public a lette from Samuel secretary o the general arbitration board of the New York building in which Donnelly upholds the president in his presentation of the record of Judge Taft as set forth by him in a letter to Grace ot re Donnelly Indorses Donnelly declares that the pres idents letter ably shows that Judge Taft is not an enemy of labor and the presidents opinion and conclusion should be accepted by labor as a com plete refutation of the charges made against Taft by his adversaries In this From personal knowledge of Judge Tafts record as governor of the Philippines and In where he had extensive rela tions with Donnelly unqual ifiedly supports the presidents esti mate of M Tafts In concUiskm writes That Taft is an enemy of labor or bears any prejudice toward anybody or class of American citizens unbe lievable by those who are familiar his record and by every who bag met him or heard him friend of labor ever since he has been n public He incorruptible as he is brave and he can neither be purchased nor The Demorcatic candidate received ovation as he arose to He was cheered to the echo and the large audience reluctantly obeyed his ges ture to them to become He ex WANT QUICK DECISION Gompera and Morrison Ready for Judges facilitate a quick decision before the general election in the contempt proceedings against President Vice Pres ident John Mitchell and Secretary Morrison of the American Federation ot growing out of the alleged boycott of the Buck and Range company of counsel for the labor leaders have given notice to the counsel for the Buck company that they will adduce no further evidence In behalf of themselves and will sub mil the case on the evidence as al ready In view of their tak ing this position they submit to the court that they are entitled to an Im mediate The case had been set for a further taking of testimony In this city next Thursdaybeforean examtnsr In the office of Attorney Darlington of the Buck Stove thirty days and twenty dayer addi tional allowed for the purpose of tak ing the teatiniony expiring on Thurs Gompers and his associate leaders are anxious that the decision be reached and announced Immediately Came In One state railroad commission heard a commit tee of traction officials relative to fc proposed rule prohlbltlng riding on front platforms of The commit tee agreed to give the rules a tHail for a short an order of Judge Tayler in the United States cir cuit court the property of the Loraln and West Virginia eompanj was released from the Wheeling Lake Erie Railway company receiver ship and turned back to the original Ruth age one of the bestknown young women In Eliza died from a fractured sus tained when thrown from a She was a daughter of for many years identified with the glass Industry of Western blowers pried the Iron screen oft the postofflce window entered and blew both safes with nltroglycerin and escaped with part of which belonged to Postmaster A horse and buggy was stolen from Captain Charles Clen which the robbers are supposed to have taken to largest movement of freight on the middle di vision of the Pennsylvania railroad In the past eight months with two the largest since the flnan clay depression set In a year wus recorded when freight cars passed a central point betweenhere and he was jilted by his Wll Ham age died of a broken Jfe had been pay ing attention to a young woman for a year and hai bought her a dlamom engagement Then she changed down Prank a age thirty member of a once Influential Northalde In the crowded bar room of the Stag 114 Anderson last George age a wellknown Baltimore and Ohio railroad aa he stood over his victims almoit lifeless body made the fearful state ment Imsorry he Isnt Lynching of the murderer by excit ed spectators of his deed was narrowly averted by the arrival of Policeman Harry Sanders died before a physician could be A few minutes after he had lent his assailant and had sworn to for get past dlfferencas the defenseless victim was shot witnesses de Standing by the the two were drinking to their renewed friendship when suddenly the animosity ot a pre vious quarrel flamed The railroad drawing hie re discharged four shots in rapid holding the muzzle within a few inches of his opponents you gasped Sanders as he staggered back against a clasping his He Immediately became unconscious and died within a Tew Watson Denounces Peoples party candidate for the In a speech here last night attacked what termed the standpat Republican which he would block remedial legislation should the Republican party be He also assailed calling extremely dan gerous candidate the south ha cause of his record on the negro Throws Stone at Kills a while attempting to run a mule out of the picked up a smnU stone and threw It at animal and hit his twoyearold killing him Creek Coal company has carried to the Ohio supreme court a case In which It has been sued tor tor dog tares and In which the lower courts lave given verdirte tor the For Willtroul wag unable to eat or Bis was decapitated today at the American Steel and Wire company Els was a wire WhHe drawing the red hot wire It end struck i New him about the and the re Is made by the Democratic national leased from the suddenly colled committee that campaign contributions aDout his His neck was burned aggregating over were received through In a few seconds by the hot at the New York headquarters on completely severing his head The list made public shows that the sum if was contributed by Herman treasurer of the na age a proml pressed his appreciation of the cordial welcome he had received In the capi tal of our nations greatest and replied to Hill by saying Bernard Bmbuah near Mr Campaign Joseph Ml gtarbuckBwas very active In the recent I appreciate the more than gener Fogartyi Morgan StaroucK ous words of Hill jn BOO Robert Grier Missouri Delaware Willard One of the pleasant features or this campaign is the unity that manll tests itself In the Democratic As the candidate for president I have behind me a united Democracy and in front of me a scared Republican I asked our national he to publish the contributions before the election and It has done I asked our congressional commit tee to follow the example of the na tional and it has done Tafts national committee has promised to publish the contributions after the election when It will be of no use to the but the Republican con gressional committee has not prom ised publish the even after the I now ask Taft If he will request the congressional committee to announce at once thatj of he publication will If not we conclude that the congressional com mlttee has to receive the funds that are loo tainted to go Into the treas ury of the national The conscience of the American peo he demanded the Inaug uration of an era of honesty In poll tlonal and his three nfmt mlWiT of Gauley was shot The list is as follows New anfl lnBtantiy killed as he was leaving Herman Victor hls home by an unknown assasrtn who Ml against saloons In Fayette county It Is said that a number of men were very bitter In their Eugene the candidate of the Prohibi tion party for the dressed Lyceum no passage of ten lines of law by con the United He declared that should he be elected there would be I answered her where hes A BUU the suits were 300 men employed by the company and Sunday creek property own dogs and they have neglected to pay the dog so the suit Is brought against the company as the Chicago Grain weath er lor the fallsown crop wheat In this country had a depressing effect today on the local wheat prices at the close being to cent Corn and oats were steady and provisions December options closed JWXJXVZ n be made after thej pemxse would be we have a right to Im not so sure of Joe Tii replied the Some streak o luck maybe Can Taft afford to ignore thla demand he Bryan repeatedly referred to Tafts labor He declared Taft was the most objectionable public man to laboring men the coun try has ever He discussed a decision of the then Judge Taft In 1894 bearing on a case where the re ceiver of a railroad cut the wages of the men 10 Protected the The said presented a petition and asked for a restoration of their but by his decision he said they had no legal right tp ask it 1m legal J and put ji End t to thd U Stryker Seriously Meloncthon Woolaey pres ident of Hamilton is In a crit ical condition at his home here from Injuries received In a runaway acci Stryker had taken a seat beside his driver in a carriage to go to the village when the horse took fright and dashed across the Tha carriage was tipped Into a deep ditch beside the steep hill road and over turned against a President StryKer suffered concussion of the brain and possibly Internal Three of the drivers ribs were Trying to Strike Taft New Math the famous pitcher of tha New York National league was one of the speakers at a Democratic mass meeting In the Twentythird assembly district last John win ner of the Marathon race at London and a number of other members of tho American Olympic occupied seats on 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