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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED AUGUST 2 CENTS PBR REAL LIFE HEROINE CENTRAL GAVE LIFE FOR OTHERS Woman Operator Remained at Her Post of Duty CORPSE FOUND IN THE GULCH Rooke Called Up All Those She Could Reach by Telephone and Warned Them of the Approaching Flood at In Which Nineteen LI vet Were Resulting From Ruah of Water Ex ceeds One Million Scene of but two of the of nineteen persons who UOfc B B artistic r Glasgows most efficient Madras manufacturer has recently delivered us a col lection of beautiful things that youll want for Window Curtains this Dining Living Room or some styles in more delicate colorings for upper story Theyre 50 to 52 inches a New 50 inch Cream and White Curtain 40c a new pat New Importation Caledon Curtain 85c and Pittsburgh Exposition opens next Many new and attractive BOQGS NORTH met death in the Hood of the Clmar ron river at Friday have been the missing ones being two The funerals of the victims were held with the en tire remaining population of the town The property loss Is Only four of the twenty odd store buildings are The saloon In whieh flve Mexicans were asleep was carried down the river a mile and a building was left on dry land intact and the Mexicans were not even awak It was learned that the telephone who lost her had ample warning to A resi dent of the hills telephoned to her that the waters were rising rapidly and that she would be flooded out within an hour If did not Instead ot heeding the warning the little woman set herself to the task of saving Number after number on the telephone exchange was called up with the brief warning Pack up and leave at once a flood Is coming down Over forty resi dents said they had received warning from the central office and prepared for the terrible Apparent ly Rooke had not finished with the list of subscribers on the exchange when the waters reached Her body was found twelve miles down the The headpiece worn by telephone operators still gripped her New Orleans Has Expensive New In the center of the commercial quarter swept over portions of three destroy ing a large number of wholesala manufacturing plants and small Originating at and Chartres the flames workedtheir way north as far as Cpnti street anil bringingabout a loss of between and before they were finally Confederate General Alex ander one of the two sur viving lieutenant generals of the Con federate Is dead at his home He was lo his eightyseventh year and suffered from the infirmities of old Cured Hay Fever and Summer writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that it Interfered with my t had many oft 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 Foleys Honey and It quickly cured My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the samJ Sold by Bessemer OR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS we have a place in the bank for private letter writing or other business This room is for your free Our Modern Safe Deposit Boxes In our flreproot rent for a low A safe place for your valuable FARMERS A MERCHANTS TRUST 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 BOLD BANDIT KNEW WHERE MONEY WAS Compelled Staid Matron to Dig Down Into Stocking Interesting de tails which adorn the story of the re cent hoidup In Yellowstone park are coming In with the return of the tour ists to the A woman traveling with her husband In one of the last coaches happened to bee the forward coach stopped and guessed holdup at I said to my she told at the Its a says they dont have such things But I Give me the money and tickets He handed them over and I stowed them When we were stopped around me corner the man with the gun told George to dig down and George dug and got only More than that dig said the but I I that he hasnt got any Into the stocking he came back at and dont you mind my of coursei I had to and I fetched the purse Open said and no back I opened It Just to show the edge of the tickets and he seemed sat isfied and yelled George would have handed the tickets and two bills that were In the purse likely Jack Tars Barred at Oyater Oyster sailors from the presidents yacht which presidents use during his were refused admittance to a dancing pavilion in the The pavilion is attached to the Innside Oyster Bays only seashore and Is open to the There were a large num ber of persons dancing In the pavilion when the sailors from the it They made an at tempt to go on the loor but were KAISER PROMISES PEACE Says It Reals Upon Two Solid Founda tions In a banquet here last evening Emperor William in proposing a toast said I rejoice to be able to express to you my deepest conviction thattho peace of Europe is not In It rests upon too solid foundations to be easily upset by Incitements and calumnies provoked by envious and 111 disposed Firm security In the first In the consciences of the princes and statesmen of who know and feel that they are responsible to God for the lives and property of the peoples Intrusted to their On the other It is the will and desire of the peoples themselves to make themselves useful by tranquilly pursuing the develppment of mag nificent achievements of a progressive civilization and to measure their strength In peaceful peace also is assured and guaranteed by our power on land and sea by the German people in Proud of the manly discipline and the love of honor of her armed Germany Is determined to keep them on their high without menace to and to develop them as her Interests favoring none and injuring Dry Sunday at Atlantic Atlantic other real blue Sunday has been en dured by Atlantic Many persons familiar with she history of this farj famed resort have been inclined to doubt the possibility of such a j but every one1 ot the 220 saloons and j hotel bars were closed They were closed alike to bona fide guests as well as to strangers just arrived wtlhln the It U said that this WAS the fourth time In the fiftyfour of its existence that a drlnkless day had boen experienced in Atlantic Governor Forts proclamation of last containing hli threat to send troops to the seashore in event of a further violation of the Sunday ing had its Royal Kranqli Joseph on laid the foundation of a memory of ttot night foundation removed froalU sattioKiMi TAFT DEFENDS BENCH hECORO Olves Ohio Worklngmen His Views QftInjunctions HAS NO APOLOGIES TO MAKE Declares Trial by Jury In Contempt Caeai Would Weaken the Power of the Courts and Retard the Adminis tration Of Says He Followed j Precedent In Granting When He Was on Believed Were Entltlad to Relief Under Middle Bass William Taft and arrived at the Mlddla Bass club at 4 oclock Sun day After a fivehour sleep j the candidate breakfasted and later attended in the little lie rested throughout the remainder of the The fourteen speeches which i aft delivered in the unexpected cam paigning he did on the trip through his native state from Virginia Hot Springs left their Impress on hia but aside from the hoarseness and his declaration that felt a little tired he said he was little the worse for Throughout the fourhour ride on the which began shortly Taft sat on the deck of Commodore Richardsons power yacht chatting with General President Lewis Of the Middle Bass and Commodore He expressed hlmseifas refreshed by the lake breeze and entirelysatis fied with the Political Conferencci While the weak at the fishing club Is primarily it Is un derstood several political conferences may be Representative War ren Kiefer of Ohio is at the On Wednesday Taft will go to Toledo to address the national encampment of the Grand Army of the Thli speech will not be The small Island on which Mr Taft will his pracampaign vacation la tail one of a miles ohore midway between Cleveland and One end of the island Is owned by the fishing where ample ac commodations for Its several hundred members are provided by a clubhouse and a colony of summer The Taft family Is quartered In one of these The candidate will divide his time between fishing for which Is done from small and playing In his Journey from Hot Springs Taft made a number of speeches from the rear platform of his Prob ably the most Important of these were addressed to gatherings of working men In the Hocking valley Discussing the Injunction In which his audiences were evidently deeply he said Hia Views on They say I am the father of In junction in labor cases I have Is sued injunctions in labor cases there Is no doubt about and I have done It because the rights of the plain tiff entitled him to an injunction and when I am on the bench and enforc ing the law I enforce it and I do not make any apologies for When I am a judge on the bench In so far as I can t decide cases according to the law and the no matter whom it It has been my lot to lay down the rules wUh respect to the rights of la bor in two or three and I refer those cases as a full statement of what I believe the rights of labor to be with reference to Its Labor has the right to unite in organi zations for the purpose of looking after the united Interest of labor In its con troversy with because If It did not unite and was not permitted to unite then it would be La borers have the right not only to unite but to contribute funds whiqh In times when they wish to the employ of their when they do not like his may support their fel They have the right to Invite all other laborers to unite with them In their controversy and to with draw if they choose from association with their But they have not the right to Injure their employers property they have not the right by what Is called a boycott to Invite a third person Into the con troversy who wishes to keep out by threatening a boycott with him unless be assists them in the In this fight between the employer and the employe or the united em ployes they must fight it out between themselves and they must not Involve the rest of the community in It by a system of This I is a fair and being a fair law when I was on the bench I attempted to enforce Not Apologizing for U is said that I the in junction first In labor That gives mo too much credit for ins and too great honor an an Inventor of Judicial If you will ex amine you wlil find that there a number of before I Uiued any lojuncton aj all and Ihatil merely followed precedent in doing I am not apologUInv for I am t Lft TOLEDO HAS GLAD HAND What I be no favored class In litigation at this theory that If you weaken the courts by taking away the power of Injunction In certain oases you are going to help the work Ihgman la utterly The per son who IB going to take advantage of the weakened power of the courts la tne man who nas weaitn enougn to enable feim to employ acute lawyera to know what the technicalities are thai he can tske advantage of and to know the weaknesses In the armor Of the court that he can to know when he can escape the object of the law In the punishment of the really guilty It Is expedition that helps the poor man because he cannot afford to nave hlg case The Democratic And the final ques tion U we shall have a jury trial In contempt I say no because we never had a Jury trial In such proceedings since the founda tion of English and American Jurispru because if you Introduced a trial between the enforcement of the courts order and the turning over to the of what he Is entitled to under that order you only make anoth er step In the delay of the court that denies you know what the Jury trial We have to have and ought to have Jury trials In the cases fixed by the but not In the enforcement of a courts This rule in the Democratic platform applies not only to preliminary Injunc not only to perpetual but to all other Judgments of the court in the defendant Is required to do anything or not to do Be fore thatjudgment of the court can be If the defendant chooses to hold himself aloof and Ignore thera must be a Jury must a Jury trial If a Is subpe naed and the witness doesnot come into to determine whether the witness received If you summon a juryman and he does not Into court you must have a Jury to determine whether he got the sum That Is the effect of the provi sions In the and tsay that such a provision strikes at the power of the civilization of our country de pends on our making the courts more effective and In giving them power which shall enable require them to do their work more so that Justice may not drag on two or three and I am sure that the Intelligent worklngmen of this country when they come to face the question whether they wish tribunals for the administration of justice weakened to the point that the people may laugh at Itr or wish them sustained will forget their particular and especial Interest j in a1 class of cases like patriots as they they will rise to the point of saying that the administration of the courts must be held that the power of the courts must be BO that they can enforce their own Eyes Centered on New outcome of the election tomorrow In Vermont is awaited with keen interest at the head quarters of the Republican and Demo cratic national committees In this The showing made In this state In the matter of the number of voters who go to the polls and the gains or losses to either party In comparison with the vote of four years ago will Influence In no small degree the shaping of the campaign In all of the eastern It is conceded that the Republicans will but If the plurality is re duced by reason of Republican apathy then It will stir that party In the east to renewed energy In trying to arouse Bryan has started on another speech making At Paul today ho will speak at the state fair his remarks dealing with the subject of governmental Three other speeches will be delivered be fore he returns bare These will be at Fargo and Grand and Sioux The Ohio speech of In which he entered at some length Into the labor was carefully read by but he declined to make any comment re garding August September 3 and The big Conneaut Lffke MAKE IT THREE STRAIGHT Cuba Again Beat Giants and Take Second made It three straight by winning from New 2 to The game was the hard est fought and the best played of the Each team got five hits and played errorless The champions scored their first run in the opening Hofman was given a base on took second on Sheckards sacri fice and scored on Chances single over second la the fifth Inning Tinker singled and scored from second on Hofmans single to center New York scored Its one run In the second Dbnlln took third on Seymours single and scored on Devlins slow bounder to Another recordbreaking crowd wit nessed the When the gates were opened at In the morning hundreds of persons were In line and the grandstand was soon Many took their places at the entrances to the park as in the morn anxious to gain When the game was called every available spot in the grandstand and in the field seemei to be The crowd overflowed ground policemen kept Into the making rules A detail of the crowd j from en croachlng on the playing By making a clean sweep of the se ries Chicago goes to second place In the race for the National league pen New York holding the lead by the small margin of half a NATIONAL Saturdays Pittsburgh 1 6 3 New 7 4 R HB 2B 0 VETS TO SLEEP N REAL BEDS Tents Not 6ood Enough fflr Toledos Guests ADVANCE GUARD IS ARRIVIN6 Memben of the Grand Army of the Republic forj the Forty Second National Open With Public Reception Tonight at Memorial Pro gram Include Clvlo parade and Ded ication of the Fort Mel98 Monument Big Parade line ot veterans entered Toledo sur veyed the profusely decorated noted the Welcome signs on almost every bouse and scanned the program of pa music and spectacles arranged for the fortysecond national ment of the Grand Army ot the Repub lic and had no questions for multi farlous man with the Ask me They were The fortysecond encampment com mittee has abandoned the traditional teats and domiciled the old soldiers under real roofs and on real The veterans In Toledo run np risk of colds and rheumatism from sleeping on the ground or from dewsoaked quately It is stated that the appeal of Mayor and citizens throw open their homes t Ji ni K n honored visitors met With 5J RHE 361 6 3 and 6 0 8 3 and 50cent Excursion to Conneaut Pennsylvania September account Special triln leaves Greenville a 293 d When the or Kid ney nerves get then these or gans always Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or That is simply a make Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere aa Stoops The Restorative Is pre pared expressly for these weak in side Strengthen these them up with SUoops Re or see how quickly help will Sold by are many Imitations Da Witts Carbpilzed Witch Haiel put juat oue orltUMK Sold by Harry a 45 47 47 52 U9 67 71 73 At Cincinnati Ewlng and Ferguson At R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mclntyre and Lush Standing of the 09 139 68 50 42 Gamed New York at Plttsburg at Louis at Brooklyn at AMERICAN Saturdaya 4 3 4 4 11 1 New 6 New At RHE 1B100000 13 1 8 3 Rhoades and Kil Han and Standing of the 66 66 CB 55 38 Gamea Chicago at Cleveland at Philadelphia at New Boston at pectationa ot the originators ot the And In tne great majority ot cases homes were thrown open free of k An unusually strong representation Is expected from the particu larly from which is the home of the junior William Scott has rooms at the Boody The campaign for the office of com manderinohlef Is in full three pct of the candidates Governor Van Zant of Livingston 598 Dlckasoi of Illinois and Colonel gpj New on the 53e Colonel Nevlus is counting on 47 50 51 53 57 77 J591 Refutes to Annul Maloney New The World prints a story to the effect that the pope and college of re fuged to annul the marriage of Helen daughter of Martin the wealthy who is a papal and Arthur Herbert Os a young broker of this It U tald that their has been upon by the highest au thorities in ecolaiiutlcal and it WM not asen how the WM apparently in good vote from the east because of the fact that the present commander inchlef is a western Burton of The official program will begin to night with a public reception at Me morial hall and a Including maneuvers by the naval militia on the The features tomorrow w be a civic parade and the dedication of the Fort Melgs On Wed the big day of the encamp the veterans will parade and on the following officers for the fol lowing year will be AFFINITY NO LONGER Artlat Earlea Wife Says Reconcilia tion la Out of the New off from the world In a lonely country houso in constant terror tor her life was the position of Julia Kuttner Earle at the country home of Ferdinand according to a statement by the Alfred Kuttner said it was the desire of the family to end at once and for all time the no toriety that had attached to them since the arrest of Ferdinand Earle for assault a few days ago on the ac cusation of a trainedi who bad been staying at the Earle home since the birth of Earlea child on Kuttner gave out the following statement from Earle iu regard to her plans Reconciliation Is out of the J could not retain mjr Beltreaped if I returned to I muit be separated from It U a duty which I owe to myaeU and my WEATHKR Weat Vlrginlarfllf In portionL Vfaatern day Uouilxi to   

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