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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                2 CENTS PER ESTABLISHED 1887 AUGUST 1908 TARIFF IS TEXT OF KERN in Speech Accepting Nomina tion tor Vice President BRYAN DISCUSSES TRUSTS1 Theodore Bell of Chair man of Notification In forms Kern Officially ofHis Fills Audito rium Seating Kern and Bryan Attack Republican Party for Its Tariff Ptflley and Its Attitude Toward the i Worth Kern was formally noti fied of his nomination for the vice presidency the United States by the Democratic national convention at Den An important feature of the noti fication was the presence of fWllllam Kerns running after Kerns address accept ing the delivered an ad dress on With Bryan came Norman Mack of national chair man vice chairman Urey Woodson of national secretary National Commltteeman Roger Sullivan of Illinois and Robert Ewlng of Congressman Woyd oMfUasourlj chalrnian of August BAB 12 bfussels rugs 1 Genuine Tapestry Large assortments splendid over or Oriental wide range of a rug 3 If you have use for kugs come where they are found in pleniioua Msortments and prices are kept item or one following as 9 by 12 Wiltone that ordinarily kell for Thirty Wiltone Rugs have medium tong clept rich looking in color and that will meet your approval as much in appearance as Other and small sortments and prices to meet large exacting NORTH congressional committee Bryans secretary John sergeantal arms of the national and a number of The notification meeting was held In the coliseum at the state fair near the northern llmfts of the Five hundred street cars car ried the crowd out and The building accommodates and was filled to its The notification address was made Bell of chairman of the notification commit Kern in response spoka In part as follows Goes After The Republican candidate for vice president In his recent speech of ac ceptance lauded the DIngley bill and declared that when enacted It was well adapted to existing Wit pro ceeded to add that the developments of Industrial prosperity In a decade in volume and degree have sur passed our moat roseate have conditions that In cer tain details of Schedules theyno long er in every particular mete out Justice to For these reasonshe declared In favor of a based on the broad principles of protection for all American Interests alike for labor and for producers and consum The hundreds of thousands of American worklngmen who are now vainly seeking were doubtless delighted they read about that prosperity which so surpassed our most roseate In thousands Ameri can homes families will gather about dinner tables which for many months htfve not been encumbered with a beef and Indulge In roseate expecta tions of their If the wages of labor depend high why should any man favor a reduction of that tariff after eleven years of surpassing brought about by DIngley business languishes and labor suffers why not excite some more roseate expectations by raising the tariff to the end that there may be a much needed revival of and that labor may again find employment Contumer Pays the The voters of America are not like ly to he deceived as to the tariff ques tion by the stock arguments of the The average voter under stands that the tariff is a tax to lie paid by the consumer of the article He knows that taxes In excess of the needs of government are un just and oppressive and that extrava ranee In government administration Indulged In for the mere purpose of creating a necessityfor additional atlon is ijHels alspVcomlng to know that the taking power of the government ways that may enrich themselves by levying tribute upon the masses is legalized Thinking people of all classes becoming Interested in the moral as pect of this The president In vigorous language has pointed out the evils which have grown out of the existence of swollen the most of which have been amassed by the beneficiaries of this Senator In a speech llvered In the senate last March ex hibited a list less than onehundCSd HS and the plants rinnrainr I ill which it was compelled to sell would FvlllrNlir I AliK Nil IN bpcome plants competing tllUtllUt LHUMIIU 111 with This competition would s i n duce prices ind the reduced prices H fiAXF would Increase the demand for the ari III UflWh tlclei and would stimulate thS tyuUdlng of more rlea and lafger employment to lint Inlluo The rwtojation of competition fGfleral AOtllOrltieS NOT AGIIlB in that Instead ot extirpat ing and destroying the Industry would revive and enlarge Democrats Restore The party Is the defend er of competitionand the only great party which IS tb restore com In the discus sion of this employed harsh In the Prosecution August George arrested on a charge of in United States funds from Assistant United States fllon of this employed narsn i tunas irom AssisiRni unuea words instead of The word Treasurer William Boldenweck on socialistic Is hufled at the Demogo was admitted to bail by Cured Hay Fever and Summer writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with my I had many oft he symp toms of hay and a doctors pre scription did not reach my and took several medicines which seemen only to aggravate Fortunately I insited upon having Foleys Honey and It quickly cured My wife has since used Foleys Hones and Tar the sarai by Bessemer THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS we a place in the bank for private letter writing or other business This room is for your tree U8eour Modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our fireproof ent for a low A safe place for your valuable FARMERS cratlc the Democratic plat as a matter of It Is Tafts party and not the Demo cratic party Wntqh has given encour was admitted to bail by Judge Counsel for the ffiS until to allow the tn aVoimSrvMttHsm thn Rannhiirnh states attorney to collect further evl ing to abhor Socialism the Republican party has gone half way toward So cialism In indorsing ita fundamental The Socialist bases his contention on the theory that competi tion is bad and an economic ad tne Industrial life of the and held in their hands the business of the A casual reading of this list shows that 11 is made up of men who have been the beneficiaries of legisla tion or favorites inthe administration of the Republican Platform The president rails against swollen fortunes as menaces to the public fare and as promotlve of evils which eat at the very heart of As remedies he has suggested an Income tax and an inheritance that their growth may be to some extent The national convention of his party silent upon the question of these re while the possessors of most ot these allied as they are with the dominant forces of the Republican giving generous support to the Republican national The Democratic while favor Ing the reform measures repudiated by the Republican national has another It would by legisla tion in large degree cut off the streams of which under the present sys tem are flowing from eyery home in the land and emptying into the coffers of It would leave the pockets of the producers and laborers of this land every dollar of the money they save Only such amounts as may be needed for the economical ad ministration of the It has no to wage on It no corporations hon estly carry on a Is gltlmate business according to It will encourage the investment of capi tal in the development of the country protect It when we enter upon this cam paign with every prospect of Never has a political platform been received with such favor by all classes of people and never has a candidate been presented by any party whowas closer to the hearts of the people than our matchless standard Wil liam Bryans Much of Bryans speech was de voted to replying to Judge Tafts re marks jon trusts and referring to Judge Tafts statement that Bryan would extirpate and destroy business in ex tirpating and destroying the principle of private Bryan said Let us take an illustration Sup pose the Democrats succeed In the enj actment of a law in harmony with the j Democratic law requiring every corporation to take out a federj al license before it Is permitted to befound In The wants the public to have the benefit of the monopoly favors government owner ship and operationof all the means of production and dlstrlbutl HIGHWAYMAN ROBS TOURISTS Collects From Yellow stone Park Visitors UNARMED VICTIMS HELPLESS Holds Up Seven Coach loads of Sight seers Succession and Collects Tidy Sum From Each Victims Hasten Batik to Old Faithful Give the Alarm and Soldiers Take the in National Park Treated to Adventure Not on the Vacation Old Faithful Yellowstone August highwayman held up seven stage coaches five miles from Old Faithful inn and robbed the ists of more bandit Two troops of cavalry and a squad of government scouts are in high wearing a black held Up and robbed the passengers of seven stage coaches In Yellowstone park at a point only a few miles distant from the Old near the upper according to telephonic advices The coaches left the hotel In theusua order at Intervals of a few minutes held up one after the other as as they came in The highwayman was stationed at a bend In the where he was invisl hie from either At a poin of a rifle he up the passengers and after relieving them of money an valuables allowed them to enter the stage and resume the This performance the bandit enacted seven It is understood from the mee ger accounts of the affair that he col lected in all more than The fact that tourists in the park are no states attorney to collect further evl I have not a nlckle that does not belong to exclaimed Fitzgerald to He gave his attorneys an explana tion of the money he had used In spec When he was discharged from the government employ he declared he had his wife possessed about and later he Inherited between and His egg specula tions began with an Investment of on which he made He then In terested others and a pool of was made Assistant United States District At torney Davis states that the federal authorities have concluded not to take part In the prosecution of Fltzgeirald unless further evidence against the defendant la Davis and John chief of the government secret service In declared that they did not believe the present evidence the holding of Fitz Maxim Gun Silencer August rst official test of Hiram Maxims un silencer was made by officers sta oned at the United States armory The It Id proved the laima of the English Hermit August an a recluse and owner of a ranch of acres as well as other was found dead at his ranch having died by his own He had been dead several days Fryer had taken a large caliber revolver and a placed he muz Keep Your Eyes On This Space For Saturday Specials ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable very small per cent of the corpora tions would be affected by the and those affected would be the ones that have been giving the officers of the law so much trouble during the last j eighteen As the licensed cor1 poratlon Increased its business 25 per cent to 50 per cent it would be under the watchful eye of the govern1 would be compelled to make such reports as the government would be prohibited from wa1 tering its stock would be required to sell to all customers upon tlje same I due allowance being made for I Would It ex licensed corporations to business on an honest basis and to be reasonable In their business methods Would not the benelit accruing to ninetynine small corporations thus protected from conscienceless methods be enough to offset any evil effects that might follow from such restraint of a few big corporations Is business so dependent upon dishonesty and fairness that it would extirpated and destroyed if morals were Intro duced Into it Bryan Describes But possibly Taft thinks that it would extirpate and destroy busi ness to apply the plan to existing mo Let us see Suppose we have a corporation now controlling 75 per cent of the output of the article in which it deals and through this con regulating the price and the terms of How would the Democratic plan affect It A date would be fixed at which the law would take effect and on or before that date the corpo ration would show that it controlled a larger proportion of the product than the law and would be compelled to sell off enough of Its pTants to reduce Us output to 50 per cont ot the total NEWS IN BRIEF I Attgutt age was cut j by a train in the yards Moses age said to be practicing dentist In the at his home August ninth convention of the league Of dciass titles of the state Is hold in i sessions In this city to I ovv and New August las Adams In Is Jail here In default of awaiting trial on a charge of alienating the affections of the of John a distant August nineteen years was drown ed while wading InMad He stepped Into a hole and was carried down He could not August watching his father snake a log up a hill the chain broke and the rolling log crushed Mixyearold Dolllson Pfeif son of George Pfeiffer ot killing him August politics Is claimed to have been direct ly responsible for the killing of Henry Freckaby RobeVt a rival candidate for Republican central com The men met In the street and it is drew hla re volver and commenced August Nearly delegates are here to attend the ortythird annual convention ot state camp of the PaU otic Order Sons ot which begins Booms are being launched by contingents from POttsvlllo and Wash for the next August the defaulting Italian sewer who was apprehended in Pittsburg and brought back was mobbed at the depot by angry coun who him Po lice kept the crowd at bay and got Caplto to Jail August hundred mutes from three states attended the annual trlstate mute reunion at Hover While they made little noise they nevertheless had a royal All kinds of athletic games were en including a baseball at which the while not ovuiypl zles of both weapons In and pulled the triggers tie left a will bequeathing all his prop jrty to a niece and nephew in Tailors Demand Wage Increase New August and tailors are on strike ac cording to the estimates of the Brotherhood of to enforce a demand for an increase in wages auf flclent to make up the reductions siif fered during the panic last cers of the say that some of the employers have yielded and STERNBERG DIES AT HEIDELBERG German Diplomat Passes Away In Native Land AMBASSADOR AT WASHINGTON Distinguished Who Married a Kentucky Was an Eminent Statesman and Scholar and Personal Friend of President With Whom He Formed Intimate Aequaln Mourned In Diplo matic von Buelow Sends Message to American Baron Speck von the Ger man ambassador to the United died at the Hotel Victoria in this city last The who was Miss Lilian May Langham of Louis was with her husband at the The baron and baronesscame from Homburg at the end of last month to consult with Professor Vln cenz a skin i con cerning a malady from which the am bassador had been suffering for some After a prolonged examination of the diseased part on the left side of Baron von Sternbergs head Professor Czerny affirmed that the trouble was not cancer but and that he t could cure Both the ambassador and his wife were Immensely cheered by this No arrangements have yet beeu made for the funeral of the ambassa The barons who is eights 4 years lives on tho family estate near Dresden and it is possible the burial will take place August forelgn of upon receiving a telegram Heldelberag announcing the death of von sent A telegram j to Count Hnrmamv von HatxfeldtWH the German charge at Instructing him to i tnah it 1 v was nevertheless a form President Roosevelt that the auostlon of successor toumt settled unlit SOnS L haps while several were terriblybruisedin a panic on a swiftly moving street car had taken A fuse blew out with a heavy report and smoke began pour ing up through the motor man was Hurled through the August who three weeks ago In a fit of Insanity attempted to murder mem bers of his family here and failed and made an attempt to hum the family has escaped from the state in the second week In cessor to the baron at Washington ssor Prince von Buelow has senjithe fol r lowing dispatch on ot Baron to th Press y tne employers uavo jiomou has escaped trom me 350 strikers have been reemployed Bane aByium at Weston and five guards WdlXACl i ftlJ nMnnt Vila siantllrO THIS advanced Bull Brings Death to August per sons were killed near here when the have failed to effect his This is his second August Hoi had a thrilling experience with BOI18 WOrO KllltSU nom o T Cottage Grove train on the Southern an While doing some ditching rtn trQnlr nnri Uo a Inrtrft tree ttORr offer The robber wasabou fiftyfive years old and weighed abou 140 He wore a coat and ves of mixed gray and goods an blue After holding up th last coach he disappeared into the hill and it was afterward found that h had made his escape on a horse longing to the transportation company All haste was made back to Old Faithful Inn and the ride In the six horse coach at full speed to give the alarm was not the least exciting of the morning The soldiers encamped at the Thumb station were Immediately notified and a messenger imp of sol river on the wnsrand prpcesd to butt in Would it production tp Mr centT Was dlers on the West west boundary of the The sol from Fort Yellowstone were on road to take up the trail within ten minutes after news wps It is thought almost certain that the bandit is heading for a point between Big Springs and stations on the Yellowstone park branch of the Oregon Short Line and north of Idaho The robber is in extremely rough There are a number of settlers and forest rangers In the up per and lower and if he con tinues after reaching the main road he oanhardly escape On the Gallatln road a squad of sol dlers is August sonof former State Treasu rer dlfld In a hosplta a victim of typhoid He was tweiitytwp years A Ben lamliv in the United States marine service in the August m the floorplayag her Ujree Wbur Amon lh her wUeep gatheied bW new to motionless Pacific struck a bull on the track and was piled up In the Among the Injured was John Francis Wllbrlghtof who suffered a broken arm and Injured A Great Lawyers Writing of Civilian Leaders of the Confederacy In the Louisville Courier John Goode says of Judah Benjamin The first time I met him we dis cussed the practice of and In the course of the conversation he asked me we considered a good fee In my part of the to which I replied hat we considered very respect able He smiled and said When practiced law in New Orleans If a man employed me 1 charged him a re If he came ubout office much I charged Mm n when had done some work In thev case I charged him a and when it was allover I charged him a Tett For Hydrochloric A curious miBhup gave us a very del icate test for hydrochloric acid in the In a north of England locality many houses have curtains of the cream color produced by metanll popularly known as dolly cream dye and to science as the so dium salt of metaamidobenzlne sul phonic Some of these cream colored curtains sud denly changed to Investl gatlou showed that an accidental es cape of hydrochloric add from a neigh boring alkull plant had discolored iiud the dye A useful espied a large nest In tree near von Sternberg to I deeply regtet the BaroA von whom I always ered one of ablest among ourt a man of great notwithstanding a terrjble suffer fulfilled his duty up to the last I am sure that all promin ent Americans feeL like myself the loss of this man who succeeded get ting two nations constantly more close ly The true friendship of President Roosevelt was of great aup he espied a large nest in 9 tree ucm rreaiuaui by Thinking it wasa hawksnest he port to him in his lifes but I I A ifvtlnnffohln and ffftfln climbed a distance of thirtyfive but found little bald eagles in The mother bird flew Hollo knocking him from the limb to the He escaped with a few Chicago Grain August Bearish week ly statistics and an increased move trust that the friendship and good feeling between the United States and Germany will survive August of the death of Ambassador von berg came not as a but as a great shock to his personal and official friends in By officials ot the state department and by thoss who were so fortunate as to enjoy ment of the new crop were insur confidence and frleEdship the mouritable obstacles to any advance In wheat prices on exchange the market closing with prices unchanged to c below the final quotations of the previous ses Corn and oats were also but provisions closed Closing options on wheat were 93 J of Baron von Sternberg Is as a distinct personal man ambassador was one of the roost popular and highly esteemed of the diplomatic corps in Baron von Sternberg was on terms of Intimate friendship President I When the or Kid ney nerves get then or gans always Dont drug the StomaHh nor stimulate the Heart or That is slrapjy a Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere aa Shoops The Restorative pre pared expressly tor these weak in Strengthen these build them up with Snoops Re or See how quickly help will Sold by There aromany Imitations of Pe Witts Hazel one Sold Harry Pittsburg 3 yellow l $12.50@13.50. 2 20 Ohio Ohio full Supply 80 loads market 25 cents tidy common to good fat 4 fresh cows and spring common to Sheep and Receipts 16 dou ble decks market Prime weth fair culla and clipped spring veal heavy and Receipts 50 double decks market Prime heavy and medi heavy light Close an restaurant keeper this who became widely tjflsnd Wanted What did the new to borrow now They wanted the lawn It that all That was all they spplw but I think from the ground they would like to have bor rowed my husband to run vllle Is Ws home vas born In and was aiVhtrniaa whispered the the r takes dram v replied the bright IHK 4 llave be has no scruples In that mwf t v v A Business Noah landed on he n resort in onel Herewith he started to l mtr iorlc Car Fields Are A boy brsjs of what W hes a Apd are prq a yery iftoit   

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