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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania ESTABLISHED 189 AUGUST 2 CENTS PER AN ASKS FORMONEY BRYAN INVITES CONTRIBUTIONS Sends Out Unique Appeal for Campaign Funds FEATURES PLATFORM PUNKS All Who Favor Tariff Revision for Benefit of Election 01 by Popular Guaranty of Bank Deposits and Prosecution of to Come Forward and Con tribute Appeal Addressed to All of Whack at Standard August last night caused to be Issued for publication the following appeal for campaign contributions From Citizens of the Republic Who Favor Democratic Propositions revision by representatives of the consumers pf the products and by the of uoae who make exorbitant profits by manufacture and of highly Election of United States senators by popular thus breaking up the senatorial oligarchy headed by Stan which is atrong enough suc cessfully to resist all measures offered in behalf of the public Guarantee ot all national bank de thereby preventing all money by giving all people absolute confidence in all Destruction of private monopoly the enforcement of law against trusts by the people who are oppress ed by the trusts and not by the agents of the Publicity of campaign contributions before election day so that the people may know who is paying the expenses of candidates and Adoption of ah income because and under it wealth may bear its just share of the burdens of the federal The punishment of men who manip ulate railroad stocks and ownership the encouragement of railroad con structlon upon a buslnesVllke basis and railroad operation fair re turns in wages and profits to workers and on honest valuation and honest but not on watered stock and false bond Issues created purely ty Hot fatt evidenced bis intense interest in legal affairs by attending the session of the Virginia Bar associatlor and devoting the afternoon to the preo aration of the speech on The Laws is that GREAT AIRSHIP The address of former William Lindsay of Kentucky on The Man and the Corporation evoked con siderable Mr Lindsay pointed out It was the duty of the states to romedr what he regarded as the presentday evil of corporate su premacy over the The tie created the cor poration and It was their duty to con trol their This he would relieve the federal govern ment which inter ference he regarded as not only of doubtful constitutionality but of doubt ful CROWD GAPES WHILE SWIMMER DROWNS Heroic Newsboy Makes Futile Attempt at Rescue Now Out de structlve forest fires in the Elk rivei valley have now burned past the re gion of the towns that were In danger Fernie Is hut Hosmer and Cr an brook are now out of the dan ger The flames are still devas tatlng the timber region of the valley beyond the Thse bush fires may last a month or until the rain The total loss of life in ths burned area Is now placed at thirty Senator Long nomtna Jon of Stubbs for governor and Brlstow for United States sen ator on the Republican ticket at the rlmaries Is almost a Al most complete reports from 60 out of counties give Stubbs a lead of The nomination of Brlstow was definitely determined last evening At the headquarters of Senator Ches er Long thenomination of Brlstow s Milt Elklni to Become a Rome dispatch states that Cardinal Gibbons he statement that Miss Katherlne Kl eins will formally embrace the Roman Catholic faith before she marries1 the 3uke of the The correspond nt says that the pope questioned Car tnal Gibbons closely regarding Miss Iklqs and her The pope xpressed fleasure that Miss Elkins shout to become an Italian and Catholic CHECKING A Him Auguit B B i lens clothins half 15 and Mixt Mixt Mixt Mixt JVIixt Boys ov and Mixt Boys Mixt Boys Mixt two or a iew Suits of a style and but at the prices wortb ones attention Men above or below nor mal Hnull men or large will find the showing as interesting as men of average BOQQ8 MOUTH Way Tired Man Saved self Uabpr and One day a man went Into a very big He had a heavy package with Not In the sense you but in the real He had to go two blocks farther down the street and didnt want to carry the So he decided that he would leave It in the check Ho asked a floorwalker who looked like a United States but who was a perfect where the check room The floorwalker said T h reeaislespvordownstairsanclover He went wherever that and found he had made a He knew it was himself who had i made flie for as nice n man as a floorwalker with a Prince Albert on couldnt nave made a Finally after he had lugged his bun dle thirtytwo blocks hunting the check bad found the check room and deposited his bundle he walked his two blocks to the other place and was through for the Then he soliloquized How should 1 ever have got through or stood the wear and tear of that long two blocks carrying that bundle If It hadnt bueu for the checkroom what could 1 have Atlantio full view of thousands of boardwalk stroll John an eighteenyearold made a thrilling but futile attempt to rescue Frank New York from The New York man swam out be yond the breakers and was caught in treacherous The newsboy saw the plight of the swimmer vaulting the boardwalk shed his Diving into the water he picked up the canbuoy left on the beach by the lifeguards and swam boldly through the In a flash the boy had pushed the canbuoy under the elder but In the ex citement of the moment the crowd on the beach failed to assist in the res cue by pulling the shore end of the lifeline attached to the The boys strength was not sufficient to al low bring man back to the beach and he swam for shore with the Intention of getting a When he reached the beach the young hero was The Ufa uards had not yet gone on and Jy the time a lifeboat was launched t was too the man having slipped from the buoy and Find Dismembered A murder mastery was brought to notice by the discov ery of the of a boy n what is known as mud a part of the Chicago river near the The finding of the severed at the hips and at the was followed by the discovery of the decapitated and armless The egs were wrapped in a newspaper and part of a shirt bearing the intia C and at first ware supposed to b hose of a young Examina Ion of the torso disclosed the fac the heart had been cut almost In fount Zeppelin Weeps at Sight ot Heap ot Junk WIND CAUSED THE DISASTER Machine Tossed About Vio Causlnp jSxploslon of Motor And DtstruetloVi of Great das Wltnew Destruction of German Gov ernment to Count With Will Con struct Another A dramatic end ejune to Count Zep pelins longawaited endurance flight In ills monster dlfiglblQ and the proud had been dis tancing pursuing lies in an open field near a mass of useless A chapter of accidents occasioned by bad moodu of nature and the failure ot mechanical appliances combltteil was responsible tor the of the the flights of whjcjh have held the at tention of the and for blasting the 02 its Count The almost heart broken and unable longer to endure the sight of his shattered left by tralntor The airship had left the scene of its Opt and over night had visitedliftayence and begun the journey when mlsfor t GREAT STRIKE ON HANDS sent When he arrived and saw the hopeless wreck he broke His head was bowed on big chest and tears were streaming from his eyes aa lie stood In an attitude o Then friends induced him to enter motor car and return to whence he left by train ministers of ail he federal states have telegraphed ondoleoces to Count Zeppelin on the oss of his von Bethmaan secretary of state or the aftera consultation with his decided to for ward to Zeppelin the iroposed estimate in the imperial udget for aeronautic as reward Count Zeppelin has devoted his life me and his personal fortune totbe evelopment of his The ves el Juat lost was the fourth he has con When own money had ecome exhausted the German retchs ag voted him to conduct fur ler experiments and 4 was the The German government agreed to purchase this ship on oondl on that It fulfilled certain require the principal one being that It emedn in the air twentyfour hours nd land on terra This stlpula Ion bad not yet been JOSEVELT NOT IN TO SUFFRAGETTES Missionary Oystir Bay Badly Frosted ZEPPBUN HIS uno overtook Soon after Its FAIRY TALES TRIUMPH Will Not Be Banished From Patsalc Public New tales wil continue to be read in the publl schools of even thougl Harry Hettema and John Adams school strenuously opposr this class of At a meeting of the school board these two member made unsuccessful effort to exclude all text books containing such Hans Christian Andersens Fairy Mother Robin Arabian Grimms Palry Tales and Fables and Rhymes are among the boolcs which have fallen into disrepute with the two members of the Passaic board of Mr Hettoma declared that he did not np prove of fairy tales asreading mattei for children and expressed the opinion that money being expended for such works was being thrown away when it might be profitably expended for books on history or some other subject pf practical Adams expressed similar sentiments and In forceful terms denounced the authors of the fairy tales which have been widely read for many What He fyas Looking I do wish said the lady of hla that you wouldnt store It other women so rude and is certainly no compliment to the my replied tlie resourceful I was look to see If I could find a prettier lace than and I confess I really Yprk Cloudburst Wrecks postofflce and all the business houses on one side of Main street for 200 yards woro wrecked by the cloudburst which swept down from the mountain amass of mud and The damage Is Postmaster Sheriff White and eighteen girl clerks in the postofflce narrowly escaped when the flood struck the building and filled it with water six feet Huge boulders and tons of dirt and rocks slid into the first floor of the post office wherethe force was at work AUGUSTS Saturday All Straw Hats Fries 12 Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier MM f the tront notor was worlting badly owing to the using of metal In the groove In which piston rods This was caused y Consequently Count Zep pelin was compelled to rely on one motor on the rear platform throughout the which considerably reduced his During the he made an ascent of nearly losing a considerable quantity of This deprived the balloon of some of its Makes Easy Zeppelin decided to Although this was the first time that such a maneuver had been attempted with a rigid bal locn the landingwas effected easily and only one of the steel wire stays being The en neers Immediately set about making repairs to the which rode at anchor In Ihe center of a large force Of which had been called out to keep the crowds Count Zep pelin telegraphed to Friedrlchshafen for more gas cylinders and then went to a neighboring inn for He was away somewhat more than two hours and was destined to see only the wreck of his airship when he re The local railway companies ran special cars to the curious sightseers to the while pedes automobiles and wagons loaded with peasants also flocked to the vicin It is estimated that the crowd numbered nearly Wind suddenly sprang up and some of the weatherwise bystanders called he attention of the officers to the fact hat a storm was browing and advised them to secure the Their warnings were Forward Motor The balloon swayed to and sometimes raising a few feet from he a formid able gust of wind struck the airship At first the craftheeled over and then her bows rose in the carrying with them a number of the soldiers holding the After pois ng for a moment at a height of fifty eet the airship returned to the iven more suddenly than it rose and arae crashing to the With a hunderous report the forward motor From the bows ofthe bal ooa shot forth a livid flame while roni the rear escaped thick clouds Too admitted a I shall be compelled to throw up my situation Indeed What Is the matter More than I can put up The governor Instate on my eating mush la the presence of customers to prove they stu edible London T suf fragette movement conducted 1y the Progressive Woman Suffrage union has been introduced In Oyster Four members of the union ap peared but met with downpour of When the weather had cleared they took an automobile and flung to the breezes a banner bearing the Votes for They toured the town scattering lit erature and Informing the villagers that a meeting would be held in the Last night the suffragettes gathered before the town grocery but to their evident disappointment not an Oyster Bay woman appeared to hear A few men were but after a short wait Wells an nounced that no meeting would be who says she partici pated In the suffragette demonstrations In explained that President Roosevelt had been informed that the women would hold a meeting on corner In front the grocery over which the executive offices are President Roosevelt had been re quested to receive several ot the mem but he sent word that he was too busy to see twentyeight and was killed when an elevator descended on Can onsburg iron and steel plant resumed operations with 260 men after a two Minnie a pretty and popular belle of has brought suit against Andrew a young business man of the same for alleged breach of asking as heart own nearly worth of Ho I Since the beginning of the fiscal year licenses were issued arid there are at least 100 more machines which have been stored for the summer while Clearss careless use of coal oil in starting a fire caused a property was fatally frame dwellings were destroyed by flre at gi their owners are a borough which has a pop certifi cate of nomination of Aikens as the Democratic candidate for congress In the Washing tonBeaverLawrence district has been filed at the state de f ulatlon of entailing a Elsie age dropped dead in the postofflce at Union while asking for her An ago a was found dead by the roadside In Per kins a victim of heat pros Galll polis Chautauqua win hold Its first as sembly 7 to 1J A large array of talent wijl be includ ing Senator Fin ney of Beach accident ally stubbed his tenyearold son with a pitchfork and killed The boy was sleeping in a the oldest thirtythird degree Mason in the is He was seveutyiflVB years of age and for years pharmacist at tho state Llewel lyn pastor of Trinity Baptist church has received a call to the Park one of the biggest Baptist churches in se verest electrical storm of the summer visited this resulting in the destruction of six barns within a ra MECHANICS LAY TOOLS DOWN a Canadian Pacific Shop Hands Out on Strike ORDER IS GENERALLY OBEYED Refuse to Accept Award of Board of Arbitration Appointed Un der the Law and Govern ment can Do Nothing Further In Company In It Will Adhere te Labor Hnitory of the Union shopmen employed by the Canadian Pacific railway have struck In all on the system from Atlantic to the Pacific and all shops are It es timated that men went the Barges t number being In quit at WlnnK Two thousand men left if tween William and t W Tfrfii all at dictates ot the committee pf the various unions workmen In line for slons went and it seems the most extensive strike in tory of railway shopa in j l the workmen employed 1 the tralnsheds and depots out and and engineers cauiedi some delay to train jiqrvlaj by dlus of twenty tilled with The barns were New Miss ire structure to disappear from the lew of the When the air leared the balloon was seen lying in n open field with only the tan led strips of the aluminum envelope tilt The nietal stays and ands and portions of the motors were trewn about like old Several soldiers were The four who were the forward latform pf the escaped ut were suffering from They ere taken to a The men the Agnes Parry of this who has been when ths ballopn broke o couple up the motors so as to as end beyond buf in this they were in London studying voice culture for the last three haa Just wohflrst honors in the annual voice competition ot the London Academy of Mount McConuell companys factory was de by The fabtory was one of the largest Knox employ Ing a large tuinjber of persona the manufacture of overalls loss will reach f age w engineer 90 Baltimore and Ohio for lut flfUtn oommltted Temporary the mult ot received in wrtok to M He takes the of Car who r Grant Mouser was nominated for a third term in congress at tho Thirteenth congres sional Republican Resolutions to Indorse Senators Fora ker and Dick were smothered in the committee room by a vote of 9 to on his front Alexander a farmer of saw his big barn struck by lightning and to gether with adjoining sheds and out Three horses and few articles were all that could be The loss Is Oil ton nage from the Pittsburg district ne cessitated the placing of ten additional freight crews on tho Tamnqua dlvj slon ofthe Pennsylvania The Allegheny Valley division UBB put on additional crewa Oil City and Kiskiminetas Exposition Beckett of mysteriously from her hotel here on June was located by the chief of police of Erie working In a restaurant Beckett said she had been induced to leave Exposi tion Park with another who later deserted Sidney arrested In charged with securing under false pre tenses a large sum of money from Wllkeabarre who subscribed for stock in an insolvent insurance was given a hearing before Alderman Brown and hold In before they would take Every wheel In the shops stopped luw i m evqry flre died out when the whlstlen tif blew several short feH and shop foremen alone being left to put the places In shape for the period of idleness bound to The men gathered at their halls to appoint committees to carryon the It was a determined crowd r f which was present A few er men tried to force an appearance of but themajority looked as if they fully realized the gravity v of the step They did not HJ jy but there was grlnmess in their exf pression which denoted a resolution to stand by the action they had Neither did they talk for their course had been decided on ant the talking stage had been The Canadian Pacific railway Officers view Is that the finding of a tory appointed at the pf Ji the should be binding on the The Canadian Pacific railwaX not only a bitratlon believing the board to be hostile to the1 withdrew their tlve and the government aa other arbitrator to represent the com Despite these facts the boards find was accepted by the Caiadiftti Pa oiflc railway under protest and the companys officers are surprised at the refusal of the roen to The railroad officers say that the men must be bound by the flndin i just as they are but they hold the mens re fusal strengthens their as the Canadian Pacific i ail way was not satisfied itself with the decision of the state livestock sanitary hua dataller ageiits lo Sandy o Into thi at thst place where 3 of pe sons wera tlHan apnn 4 ufl Sirllar wqrk is rart en at Wmiini LSWOMCI la Upt n may lie A iniargntnD im bean or dered for 1W days against all doga In VVwt Un8qn SUICIDE AD PAYS Contributed to Prevent Mans of a persecuted man for a loan to save him from suicide has brought Two men advanced ft in the other forward with the hal mice needed to make good the amount the victim lost of hit employers and his subsequent debt to loan v Word of the loan reached the spalring roan none to His Hme limit for committing suicide had Jy He on the verge Of nervous bis wifesancl oldest of their eight children him in a ministers office all day wait ing tor whatever tidings an advertise ment would bring His appeal to Is that be needs not to be obliged to Mil1 and he to back at the rate of f 5 ihy Aui Pit Iron by oaat pipe new fhe n leadiiva wW days Iron W
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