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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                TWt i j If t U ESTABLISHED OPPOSES A GUARANTEE PUTS PREMIUM ON DISHONESTY aft Criticizes the BdarafilM of DENOUNCES DEMOCRATIC IDEA Republican Candidate Saya That Eventually All Leases Must Fall Upon aa Calculations on Present Ratio of Losses Would Be Inadequate to Meet Greatly In creased Leases Consequent Upon Adoption of tire Guarantee Says Plan Wai Tried and Hot puts premium on reckless banking and is sale towels 18 by 38 h Damask Huck reg ular 25c Towels and good HOC Hemstitch Huck Towels 20 by niches Plain He above 20 by 40 20c unbleacifea Turkish Bath Towelsrfringedr 19 by 43 Jot of Towels that when seen will be up Extra heavy 50c full b 1 cache d Turkish Bath by 46 Bleached Turkish Wash size and qual for BOGGS SL NORTH PA n inducement to reckless Thus did in response to a direct State in his tho vital objection to the posed plan to guarantee in national That is thefundamental is Relieved of the oTnd hif endency would be W IttdttBo axpldita manipulation and use of as sets a1 speculative It would promote apeculktlon at the ex pense ofhjs and Ultimately means at the expensekoHhe nroposltton IJB to the amount ot the tax ttiat should be as as the present rate ot is on att as he danger ot loss ot in reased vastly by the proposed that the percentage ot the tax would have to be vastly Bryan did favor the raise the funds by tax ng the but the Democratic latform provides tor an jenforced which compels all national tanks to Contribute to the insurance und to meet the defaults of the spec i am told that such alaw was n force in New York and that the re sult was that when a panic the ai having been improperly here was not sufficient funds to pay the but this I have only on the authority of a wellknown writer on the Qomperaa Prouram labors equation in the Democratic national campaign and the plaus 6f the Ameri can Federation of Labor to swing the labor vote to William Bryan were of a conference here National Chairman Nbriwutf teewill receive the cooperation ot too American Federation of iabor In every pers has submitted to for campaignin the Ittborxworld ELQ In of These plansregard as highly f satisfactory and they will be The plans provide tor ttie establishment of labor bureaus In several labor centra with a central labor bureau in Chicago at the The na tional committee will appoint only members of American Federation of tabor as heads of these bureaus and Gompers has given me list Of names of those who would be re garded oa acceplablev to the federa Plans labor litera ture were talked over and the national committee will furnishdates Bryan Old crowd of such orenthusiasm ever before turned out In this the birthplace of Wil liam as did that when the Democratic candidate stopped over to greet his Ther principal event of the day was a speech by Bryan from a plat form in the courthouse in which he appealed to the Roosevelt Republicans to support the Demo cratic he they could not hope for a realization of promised reforms from their was not the heir to Republican During JAe day Bryan divided most of his time with the Bryan and Jennings branches of his After luncheor herode outto tiUUvUQUi irwww w and placed flowers graves his way back tothJ cityO Inspected the new BryanBennett presented by himself and the Philo Bennett ot Connecticut Chairman announced that he approved the plans of Gom pers and his aasoclates and that with in a few days hewould announce the chairmen of the labor bureaus which will be established in several of the larger cities and conducted under the direction of the national commit tee and the American Federation of v The Demonratlc hatlowal commit 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 scrlplion did not reach my and I took severalmedicines which seemed only to aggravate Fortunately I Inslted upon having Foleys Honey and It quickly cured My wife has since used Honey and Tar with tho sanw Sold1by Bessemer donated the whichis the spot on which Wfts located the house in which he was Several thousand citizens of Salem antt visitors shook the candidates He held receptions at the hotel and railroad station where the people fought their way tc get uear While Bryan was talking th crowd made up a purse of ani handed it to him as a campaign contrl also was given by from Clinton Bryan said in part You kno it would be very hard for me to mak a political speech in Salem beoaus a good many of my earlier acqualn ances here were Republicans and I would not for the world say anything that would hurt the feelings of any Re RetMte for lift Balls W hw 1 atpga county lharlos H rogranVat MAAtt ARE 2 CfiNTS Plfirt SUFFOCATED UMveKi tablet MM AUfffc tame thousand friends and admirers ot Admiral David ffiasgow rarragot paid to the memory of the hero ot wany balnea Of aea dedication of a memo Hal tablet Portsmouth awy The commandants the nary where the tamoua fighter was the scene ot the exerrisest aod Admiral who WRh lifted the cover Ing from The exerrtsea very The chaplain otthe Frank of fered aftw AdmlrW Dewey stepped to tile ftjont lowing unveiled the Thef memorial bears this Inscription itf thla admiral in the United Faithful and Charles pastor ot the Htaclld Avenue Baptist ot which John Rookefellet U a ouflly HI with typhoid ate U dying at city hospital the reittlt otker throat htvtns teen out by her He was r oeratlo elUbs have heen organlted in this according to who has charge ot assigning epeakers tor the various age son ot Hettry Nau ot this accidentally shot and killed himself when He used la ahaWng from a tree 30 PERISH IN BURNING MINE nnStMwtl are In opposHe comera of the tafctet are Displayed States sea and the anchor of the United States v The naval band played a hymn anj saiuten nred by the navy yard An address was then1 given by FMnli former assistant secretary ef the Rockflfwff Utter to Smite who have taken exception to the 8OV ernors efforts to suppress betting on the race tracks of the As a con sequence they refused to starttheir horseswhile the executive was on the The strike of the horse owners created an unprecedented situation and caused tho management of the fair marked When the conditions became known a sensatioi was thousands o spectators on the grounds and consid erable pressure was put upon the trot ting men to their attitude am run off the races as in this the fair officials took the urginj case strongly upon the recalci trant owners and pointing out the awkwardness of the situation caused by the balk in the Their ef forts were the own S IN JOKSMITHS UNION the pretty young wife of fffewk dlsap Beared laat In a letter to her kusband she wrote that she would never ant commander ftoscoe Spear ot the died at his home near hereafter suffering tenyears with a disfMe con traded in the Philippines during the SpanishAmerican railroad mena Harmon club waa organized here by employes of the H of which Judion Harmon la Four hun dred of the shops two divisions have Woret Mine Disaster In HUJtffy of Oklahoma Occurs Near Fourteen Mllee Sast of When Ignition of ot Oil In Mine Conflagration That 3huts Workmen Off From Air Supply Other Bodlea Remain to Be V t atroyed the building of the Carpet tsompaily on this ADout a doseto firemen wall Only one r ri than thirty miners were auffocfllflW W HaileyOfa coal mine 1 near u fourteen east ot MH when flro destroyed the Jng shaft and alrshaft aad cot air from the men dead bodies moved from the mint following a attc cnssful three hours fight It is believed that six or elgt more will brought out five muleswere suffocated and of their bodies were Exploration in the vealed that none of the met jg by burning U la ers1 to get far trom main shaft and U probably twentyfour Before a thorough the point THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS we have a Place inthe bank for private letter writing or other business This rpomIs for your free U86 Our Modern Safe Deposit Boxes In our fireproof ent for a low A safe place for your valuable MERCHANTS from their They openly for Roosevelt this would vote for the person most likely to carry on the work of which he was To Settle West Virginia ylr tagonized their interests and that they proposed to retaliate by refusing to take their horses out on the track while hewas Those in charge of threat AUGUST 29 Saturday Some and Childrens Suits Sizes 3 to 7 Your Choice at ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier to a committee consists of New fair When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable 1 i J Of A formal request was made by the West Virginia executive that Chairman Hitchcock decide as the relative merits of tions for the Whichever r faction is declared by the national I committee to be regular will receive the support of the national tjon In the matter ofsecuring speakers and Chairman Ward of the Investigating committee hopes to induce one gubernatorial dldate to withdraw In favor ot the after the merits of the case have to submit their arguments Miller Is expecting a girl from the Charity hospital In tor his adoption and he doesnt know what to do with The other driving outside of the he came on a hay wagonload of here for an the continuance of the trotting until Hughes on his return from Ballston had nothing to say regarding the ac tion of he horse owners at the Sara toga county Robert in Jail here for the murder ot attempted suicide by butting bead against a sharp shell projection in his The prisoner wounded himself a dozen times before reached him and he will likely as It is believed that his skul IB Frowlne Frockawere rivals for the place of central commit teeman on the Republican ticket Frowlne met Frocka on the street and shot 4 following let ter from Jqhn Rockefeller was read at the convention ot American Press Humorists Gentlemen With the pleasant memories of an official call by the American Press I send you my best wishes for a successful con The echoes at Forest Hill still laugh now and then over the quips sprinkled through our quiet at mosphere by your My own success in appropriating those Jokes of yours and in passing them off as my own have made me feel that I am almost entitled to a union card in your May you always be able to col lect for your witticisms the union Speaking as one should to professional the rest of f the world owes you real gratitude and the best of good You are the true specialists In dys Charity is born of a honest It spreads a kindlier feeling among I wish and air I am sorry that cannot attend your I hope to re ceive you again some day at my The convention elected Edmund Vance Cooke of Cleveland secretary treasurer and reelected Frank Sea tight of Los Angeles Wade Ellis now attorney general of las been tendered by the president and ias accepted the position of assistant o the attorney recently held by Milton Ellis will as sume the of his new position as soon as the business of his present which will require his attention br some will who Ing a cow In the pasturetwar Mill wood MrB Mary pat heard the tag rattle of rattlesjiale near her The warning was also heird by th which took to its Mrs nothing with which to but seisins her half pall she threw the content on the bljs anake ani then th ffi nm ratUw JMlij about V t LongedFor Rain at flrst rain for nine weeks baa put out the dres around in the Marshall county at has confessed to thej PJcSsSTS hundred ifclles on1 the Weat Vir ginia branch ofthe and snow ot the sea son Itwas very light but fell for some a sent to the t life on a sentence for murder in the second which afterward was to fifteen lias been granted a pardon by Governor quarrel Ing over division of the pay for work they had Charles Smallstreet threw a hand dinner bell at Benjamin Nichols and fractured his Nioh ola is in the hospital with small chanoj of and IS sixty years is in the con vention of tulrdclaas cities Horace McFarland of Harrlsburg criticized the objectionable features of billboard ad He advocated the taxing of billboards and made a threat to have the commissioners of Huntingdon county arrested for allowing a large bridge near Huntingdon to be used for advertising purposes sai lew fire of the Dig industrial which attracted fully persons to the old home week ceremonies at Car was the riderless horse and equipment which Colonel William who was to been chief marshal of the flyst had In tended to Colonel Glenn had been found dead in Two con vlcts worWng in the yard of the state penitentiary scaled the stone wall which surrounds the prison and Jumped to the One ot them broke hU log and waa The other dashed away although pur sued by a large he escaped Both men were in prison garb and are said to have used a rope in reaching the top of the which is twenty feet ters of a mile aX the cage a oy ignition of a barrel once io andall surface had of the flames and we atop of tlie rushed to the scefae Wed to cat into the air but this was impos as flames and smoke were ing up that way with such force as drive them Then an effort waa made to operate the running UP down the hoisting but t WM found that the the cables and guides hod been There yas absolutely no help lot Imprisoned PRESIDENT GIVES ADVICE TERMERS Says Country Ufa Slwirtd Be Made Mtnclto t flght and that he seized Bors and plunged d blade intoher The woman bled to When the or Kid ney nerves get gans always drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heartor That 2s simply a make Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Shoop a The RestpraUve is pre pared expressly tor these weak side these build them up with He or gee bow quickly help will Sold by Harry J There Mflvany Of De Witts WJtck HiOHrt Indorsing the administration of Gov ernor Hughes his masterly admin istration of the business ot the com monwealth were adopted by the Brie county Republican The resolutions declare that the governors record for fearlessness and brilliant success in correcting existing one which needs no Aug4 Foraker has accepted an invitation to at he day In tblt city Sept t ceremony in which the president of the United tOpk a nromtoeBt port the Jordanyille public library was presented to the people ot thta Com the donors being Douglas Robr Inson of Mohawk and New BolJlnson and Harriet WolyriQh Robinsons had it memory Robin aons father and Douglaa Fannie President pleased his audience by making TO dress of some The held forth upon country life and urged that It more He warned the to economize at the expense of his but to discharge the man instead Of the hired girl it ot them had to He extolled the benefits of hard awHcWwf y abruptly another heralds Im with you to the HwH In to put atop to rai the big Ill go to any t do it and the big nian there never will be an big is made to you object to is not rascality in a big man callty in the great and the small Ji beirowned upon in this trust equally the man who Kl s 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