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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania M fiSTABLISHHO 1891 PRICE 2 CENTS PER SEPTEMBER WEST VIRGINIA TROUBLES TAFT DEFENDS BENCH RECORD Explains Injunction Cases Wiiicii Ha PartlcipatKl HAS NO APOLOGIES TO ME Tells Why He Sent Phelati to Jail for Six Bringing on a Opposes by Jury In Cases of Indirect Contempt as Weakening the Power of the Himself the Friend of But Denounces Men Republican candidate in addresses last what his leaders declared would be from now on an aggressive Speaking before the Railway Mens In dependent Taft club in Orchestra Taft paid his dealing principally with deci sions in labor cases rendered by him when forming anoverflow meeting in Michigan sur rounded Taft as he reached Or which was already Standing In tils Taft delivered an Informal address to the street He said he be lieved that no judge had ever had tho interest at the laboring man at heart more than ha had now and had had when a He was proud to say that he frequently had been called in ooMultatlon with President Roosevelt on laborquestions and that his own and tha presidents views were In ac referred to Bryan and Samuel Gompars as among those plo who are always full ot enthusiasm for union labor when they are running tor x continued youve got to get men like Theodore Rooae velt when you want them to do Taft has not suffered from the fatigues of the day shown entering the hall and being In troduced by Frank chairman of the he Announced his will ingness to shake hands after the speech with each of She persons In the Most of his auditors were railway Taft explained in detail his ac tion on the certain Injunction referring especially to those upon which the charge has been based that he Is the father of In this connection he said Case of Secondary The Toledo and Ann Arbor railroad was In a dispute with He employes who were members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and a strike by the engineers It was understood by the Toledo and Ann Ar bor road that the Brotherhood engi neers on the Lake Shore were going to refuse to haul their cars and that the Lake Shore road for that reason would acquiesce in this Accord Toledo ajdAnn Arbor rojul I r Iff PV voce n protest destructive step In our jvdUlal Gryan at speeches to enormous crowds marked the second entry of William to Ricks to enjoin the Lake Shore railroad Its offi cers and refusingto haul Toledo and Ann Arbor He did in accordance with the Inter state commerce After this the head of the Brotherhood of complying i wRh a secret rule In force In Democratic candidate for the which forbade the engineers on one members of the to haul the cars of another road when the order had a strike on the latter Issued a notice to the engineers of the Lake Shore that the strike on the Toledo and Ann Arbor was ap as required by the rules of tfie and that they should proceed to enforce rule which thai they should refuse to haul the cars of the Toledo and Ann Arbor It was a secondary and it was xa direct violation of the federal stat which Imposed a by fine and Imprisonment for its Viola I required Arthur to with draw the telegram which he had Is sued to his men in respect to rule and within a very short period gave him a Arthur h promptly compiled with my order never did disobey Explains the The third case was the Phelan It grew out of the attempt of tlia American Railway union and Eugeiia Debs to starve the country by stoo ping all the railroads and thus compel the Pullman company to pay hlghe wages to Its the nor the railroads had control over Some ral roads had contracts with him for rying his They were not Justi fled in breaking those In other the action against the railroad companies by Debs and by his was a secondary At this time the Cincinnati Southern railroad was1 being operated by a receiver my orders as United States circuit Phelan knew thisand was warned of He held meetings of the Cincinnati South ern railway employes and advised them to strikeand tie up the road and by hints and winks rind toy side re marks he Instigated On an affidavit charging him with contempt in attempting by such meth ods to defeat the order of court direct ing tha receiver to run the road he was brought into The evidence clearly established his I there fore sentenced him to jail for six Bryan says I am the father of Injunctions in Industrial This it not The use of the Injunction was In accordance with precedent a number of cases which I both In the Arthur case and In the Phelan I am not apologizing for what I did In these for they were In accordance with ray duty as a Objection Is made to the use of injunction in such All I have to say on that point is that precej dent justifies and that the man whose business Is Injured by unlawful action of former employes frequently has no other remedy which is at all The provision in the Democratic platform that a trial by jury shall bo allowed cases In which a churgo of contempt Is made for violation of the orders of court outside of the pres ence of the judge would greatly weak en the power of the To Intro duce a jury trial between a flnal order and Its enforcement and between the routine orders bringing witnesses and jurors into would so hamper the administration of justice aa to make the courts a laughing It may be popular to suggest such a It may attract the support and ap proval of those who do not understand Its real but so long as I have power expression and without re En nl 0 may jne ihto Ohio during the present cam His concluding speech was made here last nght to an overflow crowd of while just previously he had addressed the largestaudeiice that ever had assem bled In Memorial The seating ca pacity Is but this was Increased by who were satisfied to Bryans appearance on the plat form created a scene of the wildest which took some time to die but the demonstration was re peated when he was formally Intro duced by James While Bryan was speaking Judge Democratic candidate of the state John and others were addressing the crowd In SCHERR TICKET IS TAKEN DOWN But No Formal Indorsement Is Sited Glasscock DISSATISFACTION EXPRESSED West Virginia Thought to Have Been Straightened Leaves Many Sore Spots Among the ways bo the eventuality of a Lincoln Who Are DIs universal lee age being always n con TEDDY FULL OF FIRE THE END OF THE A Theory That It Will Come by Fire Csuied by As to the length of time the earth likely to thu calculations are that it will not cease to be active tot a good many millions of such activity necessarily supposing that life ns we know it now will al satlifled With the Manner In Which Nomination of Glasscock Was tlngency that may occur again In the history of the It Is Interesting to note that In this Ticket of Regulars Remains Intact connection a Swedish mystic called With the Exception of First Stroniberg has declared that the world bitter feud in the Republican party In West following the con would never know another Ice but that It was now running out Its course to the Its he would endure as long as fire burned in ventlons and rival state tickets placed earths bowelsthat until the In the field last July respeo Secretary ot State The internal he pro Swlsher arid State Auditor Arnoul following the withdrawal of Scherr and wnen his fellow candidates on the Lincoln none of remarks did Bryan j Republican ticket agreed to retire in touch on the bribery charge against favor of the new candidate of the regu lar William vlded the link which maintained the enrtU in ttye suns sphere of this attraction shall the according to the will cease to revolve and will fall COMMONER JETS PROMPT ANSWER Roosevelt Comes Back With Characteristic Vigor ROASTS KASKELL TO A TURN Governor only to disappear by Bre caused by thus verifying the Biblical the process of Fits Whips Lumber Camp Benson Bob once champion pugi list of the is a has Jim who for years has been the ter ror of the woods lumber does not thliik so Paul went into the ring with Fltz here and was beaten to a The lumberjack started in viciously with the rushing tactics which have made his name famous in all this but a right to the Jaw dropped him like a he put a swing to Fltzs face and In return got such a shower of blows aa to almost put him to The gong saved him from a He did1 not return for I The other state candidates of the regu flown enUrejy wlll 8orDB I billions at the nervous person lar faction stand as nominated here last note that there Is really no Imme This action was taken at a meeting dlate cnuse for York of the state committee of the Lincoln Republicans here last attended also by many prominent Republicans orthat Glass cock hod been named by the regular following which the state com miltee of the regular wing of the party leaving It up to the Scherr people either to accept the new candi date for governor or to continue flght by keeping its state ticket In the 1rhe of the Scherr ticket from the field It develops from last i nights meeting of the Lincoln state Bridge Goes Down Under eastern span of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad bridge over the Susque hanna river at col lapsed while an eastbound extra over It and the locomotive and fifteen cars dashed to the river The Pat rick and his both real dents of were Only One Dissenting but one dissenting the members of the Workingmens Federation of the state of New in session Indorsed the action of Samuel Gom pers concerning the injunction planks at the conventions of the Republican and Democratic national conventions and approved his circular urging the suppoil of the Democratic Cruiser Yankee In Bad Late dis patches received at the navy depart ment show that the cruiser which went ashore at the entrance of Buzzards Is seriously and It Is fearad that unless she Is floated before heavy weather sets in she may prove a total t I does not altogether smooth out the factional troubles In the Re publican party in West When the committee met in the Hotel Kana wha the candidate for appeared and declared that from the following the nomination of Glasscbck by the regular and his fellow on the ticket were compelled to take similar action with their though some of and most of Hie memlers of their resent the manner la which Glasscock was nominat In a set of resolutions the Lin coln Republican state committee criti cizes Senator El kins for his activity In this matter and promises the pub lication this evening of an address to the Lincoln Republicans of West Vir in It is any for mal indorsement of Glasscock will be The resolutions declare that any members of tha Lincoln Republican Organization are at liberty to support Press ley the Parkersburg and others made speeches criticising Elklns and the regular Republican state Countess Drops Her of sister of Harry who recently was granted a decree nullifying her hasan nounced formally through her lawyers that she will drop her title and will henceforth be known1 aa COAL Can sell a number of modern houses centrally If you want to sell yours list it at once Our prices delivered to all parts of the city are as follows Hard all sizes Pittsburg Lump Pittsburg Lump tons or Pittsburg Lump B tons or Pittsburg Lump and 5 tons or more Filer Lump Filer Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump B tons or Filer Lump and Nut 6 tons or Filer Nut Filer Nut All our Pittsburg coal comes from mines 12 and the cream of the Pittsburg ordere bdoked now will be protected against advance In Our terms 6 tons or cash with order or on Orders 6 tons or more 60 6 cents per ton off if paid within 10 Our facilities for handling coal makes it possible to give the best Our custom Broad tired wagons used In driving over Miller CANAL CHOLERA ALLY OF REVOLUTIONISTS Invades Palaces ol Royalty at Russian Capital only has the number of cases of Asiatic pholera in this city but the disease has invaded the aristocratic precincts of It has even reached the Winter in which extensive preparations are going on to the expectation that the em peror and empress will spend part of the coming season the Other cases have been discovered in palace of Grand Duke Nicholas the Taurlde palace and the palace of Prince Alexander Olden a cousin of the and the Imperial opera A number or diplomats and promi nent society people have hurried their departure but the exodus has been checked to a considerable extent by the prospect of being held In quar antine at the Tnata panic prevails among certain classes Is Illustrated by the fact tfaat many welltodo people ordered their newspapers discontinued during the A grand duchess resld ing who Is one p ex GOVERNOR HASKELL MAY WALK THE PLANK Democratic Committeemen Will Insist on His Removal has becoine known at national Democratic head quarters that several national commit teemen are preparing to use every in fluence to bring about the removal ot Governor Charles Haskell from thr Ths Is a result olthe publi cation of charges that as governor of declined to the state to prosecute the Prairie Oil a subsidiary com pany of the Standard Oil Charges that Governor Haskell bad been Identified with several railroad promotions In this which are said to have been unfortunate the of are said to have also tended to increase the feeling of these national committeemen that the time has come for him to It Is declared that when Governor Haskell was selected as treasurer of the committee there was notthe slightest knowledge that any cbarg or suggestion could be made against him with regard tp his attitude or re ported connection with railroad promo tions and that ha1 no knowledge of the Chair man Mack declared that if the chargas agalnat Governor Haskell were proved he would expect him to I charged Governor Charles Haskell wrongfully It was because Charles Squire gave me his Frank former attorney Then Upon Bryan and Reads the Riot He Is Hampered in His Work ofRegulat ing the Trusts More by Extremists of Stamp Than by the Bry ans Ideas as Impossible of Enforce ment and Utterly Roosevelt last following a pro longed conference with members of the cabinet at the White pre pared and gaive out his reply to the Democratic rela tive to Hearsts charges that Governor treasurer of the Democratic campaign had represented Standard Oil Interests both in Ohio and Bryan had demanded proof of thj promising that In the event d their substantiation Governor Haskel would be eliminated from the cam Dismissing Ohio whichIn volved an allegation of attempted with the explanation that he had made no direct charge against Governor Haskell as regards that par ticular President Roosevelt takes up the matter of the Prairie btate Oil and Gas company and argues Governor Haskells action In stop ping legal proceedings begun the attorney general of Oklahoma demon strates conclusively that he wns con trolled by great corporation to which the Oklahoma was Haskill Utterly After contracting Bryans de fense of Governor Haskell as against Judge of Foraker in connection with the Hearst charges against the Ohio the prear dent proceeds to declare that Governor Haakells utter unfltness for associa tion with any man anxious to appeal to the American people on a moral is sue has been abundantly shown by other acts of his as governor of Okla The president condemns Gov arnor Hcskella conduct in connection with various matters as disgraceful and and called special at tention to what he describes as pros tituting to base purposes the state uni This fresh charge against the governor rests on an article In the from which president man anxlous to make art appeaVoil a moral Issue to the American has been abundantly wholly if respective of this action Of his In ftop nectlon with the Standard Oil As an American whV prizes his Americanism and nls ctti jjenshlp far above any question of par I regard it as a acandal arid a disgrace tfcat Governor Haskell should be connected with tha agement of any national You close your telegram by that you expect and will demand and honorable treatment from in charge of the I am not in charge of tat an greatly Interested in It I shown you above fairly and honorably that Governor HaikMl nan every account I ha unworthy of any position public You also say that you will j not permit any responsible member of Republican organization represent of your party in the present have no difficulty in getting to resent it for my sole is that the people of the country shan understand this attitude ar shall condemn it as It should i Bryans Wont Work Out You say that advocated more radical measufes vate monopolies than party associates have been You cated measures that sound but they have the that in practice they I Should not In cuss yourattitude on this you did not yourself bring tittup as you havebrought it u you that in my judgment tt you advocate would be live In curing a single as they had any effect merely throw the entire the country Into bOpeless sMjoVjitU For teadfastlF denting to secure quotes and he forms the conclusion that Governor Haskell Is unworthy of any position in public The layer portion of Roosevelts deliverance Is devoted to criticism of Bryans plan for regulating the which he characterizes as a measure that sounds more radical than any advocated by the but general of made this statement i wjjich In practice would not on the private rfar of William Bryan en route from to Colum Monnett that he could not exonerate Governor Haskell from the charges that had been made that he was a party to the bribe fund of the Standard Oil nor could he condemn All that I have against Governor he Is hearsay evidence and I have suggested that if the case were presented to a grand Jury it would be shown whether Governor Haskell Jias been wrongfully Monnett denied that he had made speeches in Oklahoma exonerat ing Governor but that In fair ness to the governor he toad stated the facts as they had come to and said if the charges were proved he would return to Oklahoma at hla own expense and denounce plained that she through the feared contagion No The teacher was giving an tlon on culpable If I went out In a small Iw and the Jt WM and I got wbut would that be After a few boy itood up and Mid rsejf the steadfastly fighting going farreaching control interest of the public interstate have been as much well meaning pr i who demanded tlcable or stand for the reactionaryT remedy any One side on which I have placed yourselfi to be just as much ress as the natural for any great poratlon to wish to see you the presidency rather Your plans 10 put a stopto of these chimerical how plan Is you will i yourself iJrtfl i i1 read Governor Hughes Would Be Let me repeat that no la j corporation has anything to you save what it will suffer 1 general paralysis any attempt on your partt practice what have would Thisparalysis affect the the J small business more than would affect the great business But it would affect the Therefore I hope and farsighted citizens who this country prosper in n will support I ask for because his deeda have ecause s good his and cles to whicli he is immeasurable the honor and whole American Vir ftiiXifSiS Lucky Future There is a saying of Carlyle that the greatest hope of our world lies in ie certainty of heroes being born Into It That Is Indeed a glorious but the reference might be Birth wo venture to not ot heroes but of the generations in their is the Infinitely hopeful It Is the guarantee that the world wlll never grow old that Itwill never stand still that no bait is to be In Its eternal tian Dont sell tbnt man another ordered the Hes all argued He aint No but nea beginning to tell what a nice family he comei tfw si saw of prices in the wheat day there was a based largely on cables and a belief that northwesterjftsSgJIt receipts had reached their December closed with a BI Corn and oats and provisions at a slight September options closed AS 3 yellojr Ohio tull c Roosevelt declare1 that no lawdefying corporation has anything to fear from Bryan save what It would suffer from the goners paralysis of which would The says In part Compares Bryan and Contrast your action In this case ot Governor Haskell with Tafts ac tion as regards Senator as set forth in his letter of July which I quoted in my It was a matter of common notoriety about Senator as It has long been a matter of common notoriety about Governor that he was the defender and supporter of certain great corporate Interests and therefore hostile to the policies for which administration has There was no such convincing proof against Sen ator Foraker at that as there was against Governor Has as you he was with your approval made treasurer of your campaign But Taft refused to be a party to the renomlnation of Senator Fora even though It was represented that only thus could he advance bin own showing by actual deeds that his words were true I do not care for the presidency If It bat to come by compromise with unyono on a matter of With a hundredfold clearer evidence before you as to the connection of Governor Haskell with the Standard Oil than Taft then had as to the connection of Senator Fprakef with having secured Governor Haskell as chairman ot the Committee to writs the platform on which you put him In as treasurer of your campaign An T Let we add that Governor uttsr unfltneas for any public position ol truaL 91 to any Supply light [email protected],:j^,^(p:: tidy ยป4,[email protected]^:|^||| good fat and f Shop and Prlm good clipped spring market active and m M graders ai ;