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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED PXj 2 CENTS PBR TAFT FISHES BRYAN NTIMIDATION Parry Writes Letter Denouncing TAFT AND BRYAN WENT AFISHING for Votes THREE BEAUTIES While Result of Nebraskana Work In Minnesota Will Not Be Known Until Candidate Spends Enjoyable Morning Angling Near Middle Bass Makes Speech and Hobnobs With Erstwhile Governor John Johnson of State Middle Bass Sept B 6L B genuine cowhide suit cases r 24 mchies long linen lined fold birasS trimd well riy strong good under any stances would sell at Fire and mostly Six Genuine Cowhide Suit linen Cowhide If io 18 Kera tol lined good looking Bags that will wear Good reliable Steamer Trunks riveted thruout linen lined Trunks youll not be ashamed to any size 28 to Dresa 32 to 38 Western Pennsylvania Ex position opens NORTH N Judge Taft caught three black bass In has first morning Out and Charley caught one and a pickerel no one else of the entire fleet of anglers got a single Lake Erie was declared to be too warm and too smooth around Rattlesnake but the morning fishing expedition was not In valnj for besides furnfahlng the foiir bass for the candidates supper table it pre served on many photographic plates Tafts striking as a fisher man te Grpver It also fur nished entertainment for alafge audi ence and remunerative employment for all the available rowboats and launches within the environs of this group of bass Taft got the first He was caught In the act by half a dozen and hieeveiit was saluted by btid shot from abrass cannon fired by Walter the Republican lead erof from the stern of his power it was half past 8 in the moriilng and the game had been fbr a half Then Charlie gota strike arid landed a More photographs and The candidate soon followed his son wltn another landing and more Impressions on photographic negatives were madet It was againCharleys turn and he produced U And then Taft caught another bass and quit The fishing expedition was re peated In the afternoon but not a bass was Qryan In that Governor John Johnson of Minne his leading rival for the nomlna tlon before the Denver will loyally support him in the com ing William Dem ocratic candidate for left for where he will speak It was JohnsonBryan day In Minne sotas Addressing the mem bers of the state central Bryan said I know I am not the first choice ot the Democrats in this hilt it la good to be even second choice in a state where Governor John Johnson Is I am well satisfied to have the Johnson and in The news you bring me that this will be a Democratic year In this state Is very The mestlng of the state central committee was a real In which Bryan and Governor son showered compliments praise upon each At grounds Bryan spoke for an hour before an immense His principal topic was Republican Addressing himself to the he declared that they had specialreason for complaint because they paid more than their share of the taxes collected and received less than their share of the benefitswhich flowed from the expenditure of the cor He received a great demon stration upon being Introduced by Gov ernor and In his preliminary tdok occasion to laud the gov ernor and urge his hearers to assist In reelecting Him as their chief execu tive Vermont Is Voting ar guments in the political case In Ver mont Wera made the stump last night aridtoday the of the peo ple In choosing a other state two members of congress and members ot the state legislature are deciding on themeritsofthe various to them during the recent many of which have been of national That a majority of voters will favor Lieutenant Governor George Prouty of the Republican candidate for was generally but the size of Prputys majority and especially of his plurality over James Burke of the candidate for was a matter of considerable conjec Both the Republican and campaign managers have hard this realizing that since Vermont is the first state In the to hold an election this fall her Issues would able bearing on tie of the na tional campaign during the next two The total vote for governor In 1904 was Bell Porter New Steamships a Size Times states that the two new steamships of the White Star line just laid down at Bel fast will be bigger but not speedier than the IN TO KERNS QUERY j Former Rrtwldent of Manufacturers Condemns Posting of Notlcttby Employeft Calculated to Employes into Voting for Any corre spondenee Between John Kern ind tending Manufacturer of Repub Mean Persuasion Is Made of the National Association pi and a Hepublican and manufaa turer in reply to a letter from Democratic nomi nee for vice announces him self as tipifosed to the posting of so called placards In factories InbecaU of TaftBeiectlott and against business scares gotten up lor pblitl caleffeet Kern rote the following letter to Parrjr on 27 My Dear am inclosing a newspaper cltnping which reports the posting of stalled prosperity In manufacturing establish mentsbyer the and I am1 In terested how the dlstln ciiisned expresident of the ROOSEVELT THE MIDDLEMAN Cured Hay Fever and Summer writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing thatll Interfered with my I 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 Foleys Honey and Tar with the sanw Sold by Weasemer political parties to tElng of looking to the government to give us prosperity has its But the recuperative powers of the country are such that we can assert with fldence that times of Industrial depres sion cannot long continue and this also regardless of which of the two po litical parties la I no more sympathize with the statement that Bryan Is the enemy of Industry than I do with the state ment that Taft Is the creature of the and as for Kerns pos sible election being a menace to busi ness it Is positively As for the tariff I think the country Is to be congratulated In that parties promise Jts I am free to that the Parry Manu facturing company is willing to see anj duties imposed fOr the protection of the buggy business go Pn the trad Ing list in negotiating with foreign countries for reciprocity and there are other manufacturers in a similarly generous Jn a recent poll of flie National Association of Manufacturers a majority of Its mem bers declared In favor of revision and since manufacturers will not be dis posed to buy of raw material when there Is a possibility of cheaper prices for such material through a re laxation of the I believe that a speedjr revision will materially assist in restoring business to normal Of this revision cannot be accomplished the first day after the election no matter who and to my knowledge the prosperity has not received the official Indorsement of the Manu facturers I do not believe that business gotten up to influence elections are calculated to help legitimate busi ness and therefore should not be en couraged by TESTATE BRIEF TWO CORPSES IN THICKET Tell That DAVID OR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS we have a place In the bank for private letter writing or other business This rooin is for your free Keep Your Eyes On This Space For Saturday Specials The Leading Clothier When To u Is A Question Where To Eat Not Of CORNSILK CIGABETS AND BOYUAUSE FIRE Stealing a Smoke In a Youths Start Blaze smoking corn silk in a barn started a blaze that destroyed half the pioneer section of the causing a of more than and for a time buildings in East Mala Starting In Colemans tha fire consumed three other leaped across to Colemans drug store I and then headed for the center of the Reynoldsvllle firemen being un able to check the the Dubois fire department was When It arrived Colemans drug store was In A vacant storeroom adjoin owned by James Mary Lucass residence and one occupied by all on the same side of the street were The firemen directed their attention to eight other structures whose win dows were cracking and weather board ingblazing from the Intense Two vacant storerooms across the street were partially destroyed while many residences In the vicinity were dam the burned buildings were frame and were theflrst erected In Reynblds Part pf tne Joss is covered by the re sult of the refusal of the union men of the valley to march In the parade on the date of the Republican national campaign opening un less union bands only are trouble between the union and nom Union Is young married traveled her dead In w A In Association of David stands onthls proposition of beguiling or coercing the workmen of the factories to vote the ticket of a party which many believe has become the party of the tarifflzed rather than a party of the You will note that these placards read to the effect that pri the day after the election of Taft and Sherman this factory will start up In full The Intent of the placards is obviously to frighten the public as well as the employes directly affected Into a bar lief that the success of the Democratic party would work injury to business and Industrial of resent entirely unjust an attempt to place such an imputation upon tha Democratic and Imust presume that the factory owners who post the placards are beneficiaries of the tariff tax to such an unjustifiable extent that they fear any revision of the tariff except such as may revise It Parrys Parrys response follows My Pear have your very Interesting letter concerning the prosperity placards and I will say that no such will bo posted at the plant of the Parry Manufacturing I have had a good deal to say in the past about the abuse of power by the iRbor peo pie tell me I have said too on the I liave yet to say a word in favor of any abuse of power by the And it is an the power of the employer to Intimate to the employe that his services will not be needed if he does not vote a certain When a man is made to believe that his broadand butter de pend on how he votes he Is no longer free toexercise his own Is deprived of the most important of Jils citizenship I am sure that the great majority of the manufacturers of the country refrain from the posting of the objec tionable placards and that mainly be It would be taking an unjust and distressing advantage of the em There Is the further reason also that most manufacturers run their business In accordance with the de mand for their products and not In ac cordance with the political It is poor business Judgment on the face of it to post a promise tp run a factory full time In event of iiny ones for thero Is a you that the promise may have to be irfade In the face of ad Verse business Should the promise for any reason not bn made good the employer be guilty of bad faith with niwiny jini If the em ployer does not with men he cannot expect biii men tp keep faith with Of to a Kate for tlje ftfMl It saiist there are economic cauaen forMuslness reaction age survived ty and child residing at was drowned in the Mad river at fchat place while v Sepi Despondent be cause of ill Mary age tb daughter of a prominent and welltodo hanged herself In the barn of her brother near Mute Story of Struggle Ended In Death for Slpe had scarcely begun Investigation Into the death of an unknown whose bodr was found two miles from Scenery when the mystery was deepened by the discovery of another body lying fifteen feet from the first In dense A railroad section the first body In a thicket close to the It was partially decora posett Nearby was a revolver with a handkerchUf Wrapped around the Marks pf a struggle were easily while trouser pockets of the dead man turnecrinside out point ed to murder and Later search Ing the thlckfetfor clues to the mans Identity brought to light another part ly decomposed Another revolver was oh the ground and a Search re vealed three Indicating that three men were Involved in the strange trag No residents of the Scenery hill region who the bodies were able to Identify and It is said no one in that neighborhood has s been One theory advanced is that the two men were killed and robbed by a tnlrd who dragged their bodies into the bushes to give ot suicide and becoming frightened while completing the gruesome leaving the hat Others It probable that the two men fought a which was watched bj a and that mortally crawled Into the thicket to f BLUE AND GRAY TO TOLEDO Witt leads JiGtmfKJ to Former Foes OLYMPIC HEROES AT OYSTER BAY President Congratulates Them on Their Victories SHOW THEM GREAT COURTESY Headed by Commissioner Aro Warmly Received and Entertained by President and Hie Family Treated to Refreeh mente and a Speech and Have Their Pictures Taken With the President In the Center of Group House Ringswith Oyster gun from the local yacht booming a thb American Olympic victors In the recent events In steamed Into the waters of Oyster Bay for their visit to President ROOM James the was first to be deceived by the They then entered the reception With the presi dent were Roosevelt and their son Commissioner Sullivan presented his brawny charges in the president grasped each one by the hand and to each he spoke1 a words of greeting and John the Marathon bad the distinction of being the first assist ance has been requested in the search for James brother of William superintendent of the La trbbe plant of the Plttsburg Brewing who has mysteriously disapj requi sition for the return to from New York of the Egler who are It is in the murder of whose body was found In a ravine near Cam was Issued by Governor The men will be brought from New York as soon as Governor Hughes approves the Inde pendence party has taken out Its first papers to make a nomination in Penn The papers were taken out by James Wheeler of No statement was made of the offices for which It was proposed to There is also an Independence party In which printed the name some time Fuller in the court here Issued ah order restraining the county com missioners from bringing suits against the Wilkesbarre and Hailetbn railway for violations of the rate Since the passage of the twocent fire Jaw by the last legislature the pany has charging two cents a but claims it was losing After examining the earnings of the road Judge Fuller Is satisfied the con tention of the company is correct and that the low has greatly the August September 3 and The big Conneaut Lake 60cent Excursion to Conneaut Pennsylvania September 3rd account Special train leaves Greenville a 293 d When the Stomacn or j ney nerves get then or gans always Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or That la simply ft make Get a prescription to Druggists everywhere as Snoops The RegtqrftUy la pre pared expressly for these yeak jn side Strengthen these build them up with Re or see how quickly Sold by V ure many UnttatUras of De Witts Wlfch HMel W just oifo Him crushed and Irritated person who had struggled through the hordes of en campment visitors estimated tjie strangers within the city gates at a round This was an exaggera for Adjutant General Scott who is a Judge of declared that there was not more than half that at the various headquarters where newcomers report for assignment to quarters indicated the presence of a sufficient number of outoftown jjeople to swell Toledos West Virginia reports 200 visitors from that state with more to Joe an inveterate at tendant of Is here with his probably one of the most re markable ever It has been a feature of na tlonal and for many for Trax was General Ousters orderly In the West Virginia campaign and named the weapon after his favorite military The metal Is a compo sition of various articles picked up on the among them beingfour pounds of brass three division one cow bell and others too numerous to West Virginia Is among the states which will hold Blue and Gray re a method of healing old wounds which has found much favor with both the Confederate and the Nbrtn ern leaders of veteran organiza Small delegations have arrived from Virginia and North The bulk of south ern visitors is not expected until to Germany 8ly Sept dispatch from Tangier to the Times complains that Germany Is stealing a march on the other powers by secretly sending her consul back to the cor respondent with the Intention of being considered by Mulal Hjifld the first power to recognUe him and to have a confidential adviser the sew as he gave him a vigorous hand shaker your feat was a great race and I am glad ot I warm was the presidents greXjni the dent had turned him oyfr to Roosevelt and she aadKfcnnit gaged him In Sheppard next eatae The ot rice overwhenthe president Sim that It was a bully victory Jrtrhlch he and the boys had the came In ninth In the Marathon pleased the president he said to that a real original American com peted for America and sepresented the country It was a fine showing that John the weight throw and Melvln the presented the president with their Rposevelt protested that he could not hut It was ex plained to him that both Flanagan and Sheppard had others exactly like I which they were offering apd 1 thereupon he consented to keep them 1 as souvenirs of the Olympiad of After refreshments and HtWj speech by the president all hands went out on the veranda and had their plfr ure The farewell oven the ath etes gathered ou the lawn and gave cheers for the president and members of his Departing they sang For Hes a Good Fellow until they were out pf sight and hearing W Josl organist tor the camp at aummerland Buckeye lake who was fonud bound and gagged tied to a tree n Smiths aboa SOO feet back of the w gained She bad bee Srugged and tM4 ihe rememered nothing that 6 o when 8he WM ark Mlis Culp nineteen the only ojf Uw Au guste sailed last night In the balloon Vllle de Dieppe In an attempt to Break the records tot distance and duration In balloon Captain Mueller topk with mm as passengers Perry and Gerald age JigM sons pf Charles Gregory o owner of the General Stewart will muster tne signal corps ot the state aatiowU guard Into service In Beptember The company to be In Is known as the PHtsbutf but will be corps Later on It IB that additional engineer cojJPWW will be added to the W now one company wt W n is planned to raise Weman Lock Charles Ue of employe OR the farm ot George F dropped a Joaded shotgun huty ward through a hoi   

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