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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                f irr v v 7 F i r4 1 fl ESTABLISHED BRYAN MAKES TARIFF SPEECH Explains Democratic Side of Question to lowans OPENING GUN OF CAMPAIGN Eloquent Nebraakan Repub With Long Tenure ef In Mat ter of No Longer to ProWet the Democratic Per Cent Profit In the Manufacture of AUGUST 2 CENTS PER We believe that each individual contribute to the support of theVovernment In pro j portion to the benflta which he re ceives under the totectioh ot the We that a rer enue ac cordlhg to the plan lad down In our will equalize burdens of taxation and that the of an Income tax will tlake taxation still more If Republican party is to have the support of the people who find a preHmUary profit as a private asset in their in the of the taxing power we ought have the support of that large majority of people who produce the nations protectthe na tions flag In time of ask nothing from the but handed s Bryan said In part No More Catch It will be noticed that the Republi can party has abandoned the earlier arguments advanced In support of a high We ihear no more o the Des be tan can stand paring the attitude of upon their there ant partieson the tariff Wlltlon that the foreigner pay the tariff1 lam Uemocratlo candidate and nothing about the These catch phrases have their i for the feefore a vast audl flred the first gun in the cam He attacked the Republican promises Nf tariff revision and asked if the Democratic party was not justi fied when H included In its platform the declaration that the people can not aafely In truit the execution of this important work to a party which Is so deeply obligated to the highly protected interests as the Republican whole aim of our he In Is procure AurMt strong stockings For boys extra knit firm Black heel and toe double thickness of same strong just the stockings for Boys school Corduroy sues 6 to a Those who have found trouble keeping the boys stockinged will find these best money ever Stockings the Fine Black Cotton Stockings for Boys or 5 to triple heel and a Boys or Girls Black Cotton or Corduroy rib 6 to heel and a These stockings fine enough to wear on any or and will give exceptional and one of the great sec tions of this Hose at less prices make it BOQQS MOUTH The Democratic party In Its plat forms and through Its representatives n congress has for years protested that the tariff schedules are excessively ilgh ought to be but tha have until recently refus ed to admit that there was any neces sity for They now confess through their platform and through their presidential candidate that the need for revision is so great as to lustily party in declaring une quivocally for a revision of the High Tariff Are not justified In saying that tbe people cannot safely Intrust the execution this Important work to a party which Is so deeply obligated to highly protected Interests as Is party The fat process has become familiar to the American Pressure has been brought to bear upon the protected In terests every four yearn It is difficult overestimate the corrupting influ ences introduced into the political life of the nation by this partnership be tween the government and the favored v The plan has been to keep tax payers quiet by keeping them in the dark as to operation of the law uid then to concentrate the votes and influence of the tax eaters in favor of continuation pf hsh farmers anct and especially for the wage It the farmer ahd the wage earner are really the chief beneficiaries of the protective will tho Republican candidate explain why the farmer and the wage earner have contributed so little to the Repubilcan campaign fund Is he willing to publish a list of con tributors on the 16th day of next Oc tober and the relative advantage f protection to this the farmer and the wage earner Mfbe measured by contributions rooelv ed from each class f Quoting the Republican platform on tariff Bryan asked what rule was to govern and aluo obtained the framing of the pres ent Are the present lead ers more honest than the ones who framed the existing tariff asked Are ttiey In the same men who are responsible for tariff ex tortion during the last decade If this newborn aeal for revision were a hundred times greater than his notifi cation speech what chancy would the Republican candidatehave of securing any real tariff at the bands of such Republicans as BOW represent that party In the senate and the very men who repre sented it in the recent national con vention 100 Per Cent for Steel Illustrating how the present steel tne great benefit 6f Bryan said occurred af ter the Republican convention but before the candidate wrote his letter of He could not ignore the for It pre sented an object lesson which even a high Republican could not fall to So the candi referring to the said I regret that all employers of la bor are not just and considerate and that capital sometimes takes too large a share of the profits1 Too large a share of the profits Yes more than The protected manufacturers have secured in many cases a tariff of moire than twice the percentage paid to workmen in The profits of the steel trust last year were just about equal to the entire amount paid In and the wages constituted lesi than 25 per cent of the total value of the Ac cording to this each work inginan employed by the steel trust on an not only the amount paid to but 100 per cent profit besides for his I may while these beneficiaries of protection have been pretending to make the tariff laws for the direct benefit of these employes as DEGURESTAFT In Answer to Democratic Cam paign Slop ADDRESSES VIRGINIA AUDIENCE Crowd Ball Park to Republican AND HIS It Utterly of In Sow the Chinaman regards his Idol Is told by the John MacGowan The Chinese person utterly de void of sentiment or devo tion In his With him It Is a matter either of fear or of but mainly A house Is plagued with which is put down not to bad sanitation or other natural but to the presence of evil This leadsto a visit to the nearest temple to get the Idol to drive them A new business la going to be but before doing so it Is deemed essential to get the sup port of the If one idol ears It will not succeed another In appealed to Election of McKlnley and for its and If It Is favorable It Taft Were of Is at once accepted the correct Popular ExprenlM of tires of the People Were Carried Out In their Taft Hot August people have ruled through the Repub lican j This is Tafts answer to Bryans Shall the people rule The answer was made in an address the Republican presidential candidate made before a gathering of several thousand Virginia Republicans who had come to the mountains to see and hear him and to celebrate Virginia To make bls point perfectly clear Taft referred tb the first election of McKinley one of the most intelligent expressions of popular will ever manifested to the and the maintenance ot the gold standard and a protective tariff by his admlnls tratlon was a correct interpretation of and the county detectives are searcn Should the venture turn out a fail ure no reproach of any kind is uttered against the god whose prediction has been The man takes the blame upon His character has not been ho or he was born under an evil or he was naturally unlucky and so was bound to fall In anything that he Men never dream of thinking about their Idols as tre do about No affection la shown for It Is most amusing to watch the faces of the Chi nese when you ask them If the Idols love The elyes the face broadens into a wide and soon hearty laughter Is heard at this moat facetious and side splitting Chlcago August the skull the body of John age a coal was washed ashore at South Browns Deputy Coroner Ross declares Qeorglk was the victim of a murder If a tariff of 50 per cent was imposed upon a given article of mer chandise it was assumed that those engaged in of the ar ticle would contribute liberally keep up the It was also assum ed that the employes would vote with their employers to keep from having their wages and it was ex pected that the business men the town would also vote for the tariff because of the business brought to the community by the protected Why the Antipathy Shown The Republican platform says that Js thp American Cured Hay Fever and Summer A S writes LastyearI suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that It Interfered t had many he symp toms of hay and a doctors pre scription did not reach my and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate Fortunately I Inslted upon having Honey and It quickly cured My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the sanw Sold by Bessemer THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS we have a place in the Dank private conversations letter writing or other business This roum is tor your jree Modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our rent for a low Asafe place for your of the employers have become possessors of the swollen fortunes which now menace the nations moralt as well as Its Stood Pat on Steel And yet the Republican party not willing that a item on the steel should be and the Republican campaign committee will not dare to publish before the election the contributions that have made or will be made to the Republic an campaign fund by the men most largely interested in the steel The Democratic platform not only demands a reduction of but It plainly outlines the course to be pursued in securing the It begins by proposing that articles which come Into competition articles controlled by a trust be placed on the free What better place to begin suppose the manufacturers who have been favored by legislation do conspire against public and into a What penalty the Republicans suggest None what1 These men are to be consulted about proposed and If the next Republican tariff is made like former Repubilcan tariffs nothing will be done without the unanimous con1 sent of the I What would be the effect of the remedy proposed by the Simply A law goes the peoples This was shown to be he con by even a greater majority for the party in and a still great er majority In 1904when Roosevelt was he we may well submit to the country whether bis has not expressed the will of the Taft was surrounded during his by approximately accompanied by Allen and Representative Slemp to the ball park In a car box wltb the MrJVorys and Alvab national commltteeman from accompanied the party in another Tha scene at the park was typical ot a real country Therewere seats for but a few While the thousands had to stand or sit upon the Taft occupied a hast ily constructed speakers stand In front of the Taft was introduced by Allen His recep tion was cordial and his speech heart ily Tafts vigorous arraignment of Democratic tariff theot ries seemed to make a the ing for his August the result of a fire at the Link bakery in South one fatality occur one person was injured and sev eral of the occupants narrowly escap ed being burned to The body of Isabel age five was tound in the August attempt made by a or more Ital ians to wreck dam just below was W a shot and wounded Italian Italians were working for par day and struck for August theatrical manager and amusement narrowly escaped death when his automobile suddenly shot forward while he was cranking pin ning Burt between the front ol the machine and an Iron post at the Burts right leg was crush two gaping wounds being made by the ironwork of the His right arm was badly BASEBALL PLAYER TURNS THE TRICK NEWS IN BRIEF August John ag tell ten feet trom ti breaking his August James Roliiaon was stung on a cord on his by a humble bee and is In a se August The of a threshing machine went through a bridge car rying tha entire span down into ft creek bed ten feet August John who recently committed suicide Jn was a fugitive Justice having been indict ed tor assault on his own August Charles age caught his left toot in a clay disintegrator at the Mehring brick works and It was torn to It was amputated at the August Bart lay wife of one of best known men in Bedford mitted suicide by shooting at her home in She bad been des August Two hundred mlneworkers at Chaimcey col are on strike because of a difference with the officials with reference to pay for setting timbers in the August Fully 000 including manr not ables of that are In attendance at the Welsh day celebration President Roosevelt opened the exer cises by August When weeds Harvey Rader barely escaped beheading kia twoyearold who had fallen asleep in the un The knives cut off a thumb August While on his way home to his George ace a car in stepped In front of a shifting engine and received Injuries which caused his August of a religious frensy and declaring the Lord had told Urn it was wrong to BODY IN TRUNK IS IDENTIFIED Rosenbloom of the Victim DISAPPEARED LAST NOVEMBER Identification Made Complete by For mer Clerk In to the Disappearance of the Murdered Man Rotenblooirt Cloted the and Are Being Made to Find Her In the Hepe Of Obtaining Some Clue That Will Clear Up the August body of the man found in an old trunk con cealed In a ravine near Mount Eph riam on last Sunday has been fled beyond any reasonable doubt as that ot Solomon Rosenbloom of Somerset Who has been missing since 11 last The identification was made by a clerk in tbe Roaenbloom According to Friedman he last saw bis employer on the night ot On that he told Assistant Prose cutor Rosenbloom went to Johnstown with his son Alex The next day the son returned home and said his father had gone to New York on Friedman avers that tbe elder Rosenbloom tailed to return home and on 24 tbe son Two days later a hots was tpund In the store which read Rosenbloom Is under treat ment for a serious Prescription Blank for The note was written on a prescrlp tlon blank of Shapiro of 222 East New Regarding this note the were told that Louis Weller of New Bruns a relative of raise larmer of near destroyed a valuable ottbe row rolier and plow on the August A little child of Frank Hartan was went to Shapiro and Informed by him that a young manwho sented himself as Rosenbloom bad secured the certificate oflll he desired use Friedman says that the found Mount Ephrlam la similar to a Of Mr ftUu m WPHIT bitten by a catlast The cat une carried AVI v acted strangelyand died In convul Wlndber and Detective Smltb In j of the cat was sent that acted strangely Thehead of the cat was to Columbus tor where It ttiMtbe cat had died of August bers gained access the Washington county court house and broke open the desks in many Stamps valued at and a small sum of mon August j ey were The money was taU age fell en the desk In the county com bls to that wbo be hauled such a trunk to tbe Wlndber statlbi on sylvania Sucb a was delivered at Mount Ephrlam station on Portions ot clothing fouud on tbe body at Mount Ephriam were Identified by Friedman and he was particularly attracted by therope with which the trunk was because he found a section ot rope in tbe store at Wlndber at ter the disappearance of Rosen down the Lackawanna shaft in mi8BionerB Olyphant and every bone in j Clark8bure August A of tieltiuf found was toppled from the between body WM WenUfled riage while I tne Repubilcan state committee by ag Bimiiar to that used August Lloyd the candidates for state it was Jn tne BogenDioom store to cover table wifeof a wellknown busi to open the campaign at Washington Monument August catcher on the Washington won a law putting upon the free list articles i with John Blddle of city by per coming Into competition with those forming the though oft controlled by a the trust will attempted feat of catching a regula on baseball dropped from the top of trust considers too can avoid It by giving up its monop lne It was Umpire Manager for August pire Sullivan has filed an action a permit from Col onel In charge ot the monu before the feat could be under because of the extreme danger UllV YV M i v against manager The ball was dropped from one or of the baseball team the small windows near tbe top of the AUGUST Saturday Specials Any or Straw Hat 50c Any or Straw Hat ABE The Leading Clothier When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable ITV nirc ITYRIS Of i of the Eastern for for bodily Injuries alleged to have been above the at a height of 660 feet where Street iUJUt inflicted upon him by Stallings after caught It on the thirteenth the game at Newark on the afternoon the failures being due to a rather brisk hn Vtall IrB of April It is alleged that Stall Ings beat Sullivan with a pool breaking his wrist and arm and in flicting severe Fed of August the Canadian Pacific railway rolling stock is getting in bad condition ow ing to the absence of machinists In their shops was made evident by the announcement that three freight trains bad been ditched within twentyrfour Much rolling stock was destroy It reported that 150 engines have been put out ot business since te and son was born to Senator and Ber eridge of wbo aw for tfct V M I wind which deflected the ball In its Street was considerably Jar red by the Impact of the sphere on his big catchers but nevertheless caught in the afternoon American league Paul Buck Charley Snyder and Malachl Kitiredge are a few of the old timers who have triec this feat without Tbe H Is was traveling at the rate of 135 feet per second when It reach ed the catchers Murdered Man August identification of the bodyfound In an old trunk in a ravine there by A party of picnickers as tbfkt pX Solomon a wealthy merchant o Somerset ha been established by Harry Friedman a clerk la tbe Rosenbloora man of this dead of urns received through the explosion an oil She was using the oil o light a fire In the kitchen Camp August geant Brest of the United States nfantry won the presidents medal In he closing event In the national rifle associations He made a core of 304 against a fleld of 377 con August burn ng weeds along the Cincinnati North ern railway east of seotlonmen Irove such an army of grasshoppers the track that a freight train stall the mashed Insects acUng as grease upon the Vice Presiden tial Candidate Sherman will be the principal Shall we Or shall we knot was the abort and witty line an ardent lovar dispatched to the Idol of its where the strangeness of tbe matter comes tbe girl replied Khali You may do as you Good Moral for Squlllips I bear that since he quit drinking he got Its too bad to spoil that but Its tbe other Since be got rich he has quit Trib Miich Candidate of Ideals Wouldnt you rather be right than president Prac tical FriendCertainly It Is so much easier to be When the or Kid ney nerves then tkese or gans always Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or That Is simply a make Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere Snoops Tbe Restorative la pre pared expressly or In side bujld them UP Sboops pr NOVEL SUIT FILED BY RUG WORKER s Asks From Firm for Broken Health Angust ty for the contraction of tuberculosis Is charged in a damage suit filed here by Devlne the operator of a rug factory in which be was employed until he developed So far as the local courts are concerned this Is a novelty in dam age The plaintiff says that In the course of the defendants business old Car pets were collected and worked up Into rugs and that no antiseptic treat ment was used on the old carpets to destroy it was averred that the plaintiff can never recover his Tbe plaintiff In his petition further avers that he took employment with the defendant company ou November at the ape of and prior to that time had never had and suspi cion of the tubercular taint about He says that he did not know that the carpets contained germs or that it was unsafe or dangerous to his health to work with Subsequent to the disappear ance of father and the business was closed out by whom the authorities are trying to lo cate to help them throw light on tbe Another Son H was partly through William Rosr anbloom of that the authorities here came to connect the finding of the body in the trunk with the disappearance of The son read of the flnding of tba body and wrote to the Tbe possibility of tbe body being that ot Rosenbloom became when the detectives learned that Alexander the who was bis father In bad worked tor some time in this Takes Awful August Tbe a week of Professor Ru dolph Spltcer of Mecklen tbww tbe top ot tbe Bismarck tower falling U bottom on couple IWM on mwr MK a ankipf bin twAWm marry another with whom couil be mart frior to warriaw tM bad tor un ASKS FOR REHEARING Government Against Standard Oil f August The govern ments petition for a rehearing by tbe United States court of appeals of the case against tbe Standard Oil com pany ot has been filed and rep It is authoritatively tbe administrations attempt to save the Elkins act and the interstate com merce law from becoming This action by tbe government is tba first move in the attempt to the de cision of the court ot which set aside tbe f imposed on the Standard Oil company by Judge Tbe government bas ne expectation ot baring Its plea When request for a rehearing is refused tba next step will be to get tbe auprenw court to vacate tbe decision of ap pellate court by the issuance of awrlt ot t In a criticism of the court of tbe government declares act converted he sntitruit and rebating Into dead letters and opened wide the fates for all sorts   

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