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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED JULY 2 CENTS PER ALLIES STILL 111 SEA Opposition to Bryan Seems Un able to Effect Working Agreement DENVER FILLING WITH GUESTS of Brass Bands Meet Arriving Delegations and Escort Them to Their Presidential Talk Subsided for the Present July The convention throngs have been pouring into the city by every It has been a boisterous with bands es corting arriving delegations through the with steadily swelling crowds la the hotel lobbies and with leaders and delegates buttonholing the new arrivals and holding private con ferences on candidates and The weather is almost but not with clear sky and a brisk mountain Just the sort ot weather to bring comfort to a The chief Interest has centered in the movement of the allies to galvan SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June 1 We will close out re maining stock of Re frigerators and Ice Boxes t ONEFOURTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the Be sure and come in E Turner The House turnisher Juty B B emptying shelves Today we Every Motion of the store and every lots and surplus priced so they will vacate the empty them completely and do it Wash Dress ready also and Oar Cur ckasei and kinds of goods priced lower than were good goods be What ever you for it now made that will 25 to BOQQ8 MOUTH Isw the opposititm to Bryan into some thing like a definite and formidable movemnt But their best efforts have not been Chief Murphy of oik whom the hopes of the allies have been will give no sign committing his forces against He is too shrewd a politician for that when the tide seems setting toward On tha his lieutenants are passing the word around that New Yorks vote will be for The allied opposition still contends that the flght will be con The Bryan managers have at no time shown any nervousness over the renewed activities ot the allies and today Mayor Dahlman of one ot the Bryan made a very defi nite statement showing the expecta tions of the Bryan He said Bryan will be nominated on the Arst The Bryan forces control thirty six delegations and will have at least that many members of the committee on resolutions and probably The platform adopted will be In accordance with Bryans personal views and will express his wellknown ideas on all of the Important political Governor Charles Haskell of Oklahoma Is now regarded as the lead Ing candidate for the chairmanship of the committee on but there are many prominent men being mentioned for the It la needless to say that a loyal Bryan man will be The vice presidential question may be described as being In the If the men who call themselves the old guard can unite on a strong east ern Democrat the Bryan men will not show curiosity as to the attitude of iheir candidate toward Bryan In 1896 and If the eastern Demo crats fail to got together on a man we will make a selection from a hun dred available nny one of whom would be satisfactory to All of the Bryan men express Hie utmost confidence In their ability to carry out the program outlined by Mayor Charles he brother of the Nebraska candi Is looking aftor the Bryan lead ers as they arrive and is making the compilations of Bryan He laid Although we have more than mough to carry out our program there TAFT HAS VISITORS Political Qathar at Hot Springs for Hot July Murray Crane and Representative Lawrence ot Massachusetts have ar rived here and are the vanguard of the coterie of political leaders who will confer with William the Republican nominee for the presi on political matters and espe cially on the question of selecting a chairman and treasurer for the Re publican national Senator Beverldge and Representative McKin ley c None of these leaders of the party is a member of the executive com so that their suggestions and advice will be given before the meet ing of the men who are charged with the selection of a chairman and the determination of other Important mat ters concerning thecoming The action of Taft In calling upon prominent Republicans to confer with him Ik In line with his statement to the effect that he would bring In many leaders ot the party for conferences from time to He has invited Representative Cooper of Wisconsin to join the little gathering but has not received a good seats on the band are still A number of diplomats are expected oday and about the same time will arrive Alice Roosevelt Long the presidents who wIM be on the convention platform July an effort to gain evidence by which Prank Cou den can bo convicted of manslaughter for the alleged killing of Fred McDer mott when the latter was stealing chickens a civil suit for dam ages has been filed by Mattle McDer mother of the against BRYAN AND ROOSEVELT Is Ticket Advocated by Charlei Thomas of July Governor Charles Thomas of who will represent that state on the com mittee of resolutions in the forthcom ing Democratic declared with seriousness that he was for Roosevelt for vice He is by long odds the strongest man we could he and I believe that if his name should be presented he would prove a winner and that if nominated he would accept I dont see how he could Arent you afraid that if you get to discussing Roosevelt too strongly for any position the convention will bs stampeded for him for flrat place a Republican bystaudor I shouldnt be replied Governor A worse thing might come upon us he is the strong est man that could be nominated and It the people should get together and nominate him on an independent ticket I am sure he would beat both the July During this week the Cambria Steel company will resume at many of Its mills on a larger scale than at any time since the panic began last It is stated that several thousand men will find William Bryan Opons Fire on Who Re sponds in Kind LATTER USES BITTER WORDS tsya Once Was Qlad of His Help But Now Repudiates Him Because He Opposed Peerless Lead ers Jen nings Bryan In an address to a Penn sylvania delegation headed by James Kerr of Clearfleld county broke the rule of his political He comment ed on a In a state to the disparagement ot one and Tom wlto stood near followed with a brief talk in which he laid that ho waa glad that Bryan had spoken M It Out many declared there were Just three men upon whom be never called for financial assistance In WM late Marcus another was WIlllMo the third was Tkronjh his friend and mana ger Bryan aot only accepted grate fatly but beseechingly toucht our aid and we gavefreely thousands and thousands of Bryan knew then and knows now that I was as much of a corporation man In 1896 and la 1900 as I am In but did he scruple abstemiously to use our money to help his canvass Let him answer at his And what fol lowed After his defeat Hearst be came his patron and paid him thou sands of only to be turned upon without a though now when again a candidate Bryan fawns upon him In the hope of gaining Ms I reap my reward In a brutal attack from the man who professed to be my Daly died soon enough not to feel the Ingratitude of one who accepts a mans assistance at the first refusal to nerve a selfish spits in his fey of the who came in for charged Wilbur Wright July Wilbur the Ohio was pain fully sealded by a bursting water tube while testing the mechanism of his Keep Your Eye On This Space For Saturday Specials Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier A WORLD WONDER SUN THEATER WEEK OF JULY THE NOVEL BABY ALEXANDER Age 30 weight 96 This robust youngster has been claiming mark ed attention all over the Dont fail to see MOTION PICTURES In addition to the Baby our program will include the best in Motion Pictures and the Latest Illustrated ALL WEEK AT THE SUN THEATER GENERAL Admission Saturday lOc Extra Attraction Guffey wlthrthe poratlons to defeat the plain will ot the people of that state as to their candidate for Bryan said your present national who aspires to be a commltteeman deliberately and wilfully conspired to defeat what he knew to be the expressed will of the Democrats of You have a primary law In your Those who favored my whether wisely or unwisely is not for me to but those who favored my nomi nation organized for the purpose of presenting that issue to the voters in every district they put up their can didate and each candidate either open ly avowed bimaelf or it was written upon the ticket the large majority of the voters desired that I should be their When a political boss assumes to defy the expressed will of the party he will never be in the party organization except over my I have notified Guffey that when ever my opinion has been asked I have stated I wouM regard his selec tion as unfortunate and his member ship upon the committee as an em Guffey Makes Hot July night Colonel Guffey made a statement in reply to in which he said Bryan views me with sancti monious horror as a political boss who shall never be in the party or except over my as a bushwhacker who should not be put into my councils to betray My Indeed Is the Demo cratic party realty absorbed Has it no councils Is Bryan the whole organization Let the people he shouts pleads to dic tate not only every every office and every resolution of this conven but also to put the ban on every man from any state who is opposed to his candidacy or his he turn his vituperation asainst me because I am a boss Not at I am no more of a boas now than I was during Hie two campaigns when I won his approbation by trying to elect The only boss he hates is the boss opposed to his own arro gant most dornl devastating bogs the Demo cratic party has ever Hes a Corporation there is another am a corporation I I was In and 1900 and am But been connected with corpora Owe is not a dollar In any la DOC a corporation own private business and which no I am a corpora tion but it is only when Is opposed to me that I am 1 unworthy of association Ike one living honest Demo My counsel and my help are no longer It was not always In ISts afid the latg Senator KERR FEELS VERY SURE Says Guffey Must Be Retired From National July will swing Into line with the other states for declared former Congress man Jalnes Kerr of that state soon alter his At least fortytwo ot our votes are favorable to him and while we shall make no effort to have the unit rule enforced I feel confident that when the minoritydiscovers the altuatkm they will wheel into Being asked regarding the situation with reference to the national com mitteeman from Kerr replied We must have a new deal there we must have a man on the national committee who represents the senti ment ot the real Democracy of the Colonel Guffey does not meet that I notice that the colonel Is very antagonistic to That Is ingratitude Bryan and myself are responsible for Guffeys being in his present They say he should be upheld because he makes liberal contributions to cam paign That is the very rea son why he should be relieved from oujt of I can FLY THEN Balloon Nearly Drowns Pilots Then Carries Them Feet Above the Earth COLD AIR CONDENSES THE GAS Its Lifting Power Balloon Dragged Ten Miles Through Water When Sun Comes Out and Balloon Shoots Up Double Tragedy July double mur der or murder and suicide occurred at Sandy six miles from this and Reed Broslus are the They have been married less than a Their home was j near Saturday they came to Sandy Valley and stopped at the home of a family named They were heard quarreling during the About 12 oclock two shots were heard in front of the Per kins Perkins says she in vestigated and found the bodies of Brostus and wife on the each shot through the and an empty revolver lying beside July Colonel Mueller and George aero who sailed in the French bal loon Villa de Dieppe from Chicago In the Chicago endurance balloon con came to earth near South Ha after having been dragged for miles along the surface of Lake They saved themselves from drowning only by throwing over board every movable thing in the bal loon basket and taking at times to the Of the other balloons the Fielding landed near West Quebec the King Canadas landed near Port The of cubic feet capac camo to earth Mar Perth The Ooey and Captain were reported The United States landed a mile east of Ptnkertoii sta Bruce The Columbia also crossed into Canada and while Lelchlelter and Captain Martin Peterson managed to leave the car near they were bruised and cut by barbed wire fences and trees and brtti required surgical at The America landed at Car Quit to Aid TJhe ot the Cincinnati saw dlMUter to the Vllle de Dieppe and landed In In order to advtae the lifMtvlng stations ot the Leslie Haddock and Leo pilots of the re port that their craft was In good con bat that they gave up the con test In ordari to Mueller and Cold air currents Balloon Kills July Haun Btocker of an ama teur was killed while mak ing an ascent In a As the balloon started up a gust of wind caught throwing it against some electric light and Haunatocker apparently received a He clung to the but as the bal with no one to control re leased itself from the It threw the man with terrific force against a brick and he fell lifeless to the than the Villa de Both the King Edward and the Illinois descend ed rapidly soon after the the former touching the while the occupants of the Illinois were forced to throwout ballast rapidly to keep away from the When the Vllle de Dieppe left Chi eago It was inflated to only 75 per cent of Its capacity owing to a patch on the gas the strength of which was Colonel Mueller that the balloon had traveled less than five miles across the lake when It suddenly shot down like a The basket was almost submerged de spite the frantic efforts of Mueller and Schoeneck lighten the dragrope and even the coats of the pilots were tossed Bach grasped a life preserver and Schoen eck tried to leap into the but he was prevented by his older com Boy In the The boy Schoeneck was ordered to climb Into the but Mustier remained In the although the cold water was above his The Cin cinnati paused over them while they were In this plight and promised to send For ten miles the basket was dragged over the surface of the water at a raehj Sometimes it dipped alarmingly into the waves and at Oth ers rose a few Inches above the sur Schoeneck clung desperately to ttfe the Jerk of big bat nearly tearing the cords his So tightly was tie compelled clinch the ropes that his hands cut deeply by the Then out warning the balloon swept into stratum of warm air and leaped to height of The ear drama of Schcwneck and Mueller nearly burst from the effects of the sudden the vcreamlng with pain and shivering with spite his own took the lad in his arms and warmed him as much as Fortunately the bag did not remain long at the high be ginning to descend slowly almost Im Land Safely In How long they remained above the was impossible for Mueller to determine Without instruments he was unable to calculate dlrtc tion or they able to distinguish the lights of a town beneath them and they knew that solid ground was They passed these lights and then sighted another Certain that a saJta landing place could be Mueller made preparations to descend v The balloon gradually At oclock they landed gently lit a field three miles from Bentun At midnight the men boarded an electric car and went to Benton where they tried vainly to send a message to as the regular telegraph office was closed tor the Bishop Potter July each succeeding hour hope for the recovery of Bishop HmiyCooV who to seriously 111 from a complication of stomaefe and liver His physicians thahlsboB has a rood chance for SIRL DIES m AGONY Result of Reckless Action of Boy With July Mary age is dead the victim ot reckless firecracker Miss Olson was walking along Main street near the Nelson house when a boy threw a package of lighted crackers at her feet Before could get away her clothing caught flre and1 she was frightfully Those near enough to reader uiilstance made no effort the An ambulance was summoned and she was taken to the where sha died this Mayor by proclamation issued a few days be fore the suspended an ordinance to prohibit the use of firecrackers and Instructed the police to make no ar nsts for shooting July Samuel age a farmer five miles south of suicide by drown ing himself In a water tank his A July James Food a merchant of was drowned while batningrin a reservoir near that The water only four foot Jiilr Three battal ions of the Third national guard of left this city for Pine where they will participate in the army July Harry Nich one of Altoonas most promi nent and wealthy dropped dead on the street la Hollidaysburg while running to catch a street July Beatty son ot Blch ard fell off I1 a camp stool from afront porch hid Sustained a frac tured right poisoning set in and ha died of S GASH SHOE Now Listen Ladies We are going to have an OXFORD SALE We now commence a great Closing Out Sale of Womens Black You can wear them for three months but our time to sell them is Womans Black Oxfords will be sold so cheap it 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