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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED 1897 SEPTEMBER 2 CENTS PER JUMPS ON PENROSE CANNED TALKS CONVINCE BRYAN Hears Phonograph Records of Taft and Himself ROASTS PENROSE AND DUPONT Asks How Reforms Can Be Expected of Republican Party When Such Men Control Its Policies Says Roosevelt Has Been Unable to Check Which Are More Numerous Than Ever Despite Strenuous Cam paign Against Eastern Sioux B B childrens school headwear Specially good wool Tarn always the best and neatest for school Grey or Scotch Good dark Straw Sailors with velvet band for Childrens school Navy or Excellent moderate price Felt Hats for School Girls or College Women Tan or Finer Felt Silk For College beauti ful fine new Phipps tailor new trimd with rich new Silk to Childrens Headwear section second floor showing great as sortments Headwear for School and College Girlsbeau tiful stylish things at moderate to Bovs School floor to h Exposition open Thomas BOGGS BUHL NORTH f a Democratic rally Democratic candidate for the denounced Coleman DU poiit of Delaware and Senator Doles Penrose of members of the Republican executive as not being expected to become re formers as he all of their affiliation was with the Having traveled the entire night and day through Minnesota and a part of where he received enthusiastic Bryan arrived here last From the rear platform of the train at various points he shook hands with hundreds and made several At he discussed the tariff and guaranty of bank During a twohour stay In Paul between trains Bryan observed In a store window an announce ment that the stock included phono graphic records of his speech on guar anty of bank deposits and of Taft on He entered the place and at his request both records were His own remarks were heard ftrst and as the last word died away he smilingly remarked I am now At this discussing the ques tion of Bryan declared that the Repubullcan party was not in a position to reform Why he Because its conspicuous members are connected with the very things that need reform and the Re publican party cannot prosecute the guilty without disgracing its most prominent Dupont and the As an Illustration he cited the fact that the Republican national commit tee had selected a chairman and that that chairman had selected his execu tive he you will read the names of the executive com mittee that are carrying on this campaign you will find that a majority of them are for their Son nection with the very corporations tha need One of Du pont of Is today the defend ant In a suit for conspiracy In viola tion of the antitrust law brought by the United States government and which Is still Dupont Is defendant In the action and yet he is on the executive committee to carry oh the Republican campaign and the chairman of the apeakers bureau of thaLcamEiHtee Cured Hay Fever and Summer A 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 doctor s pre scription did not reach my and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate Fortunately I inslted upon having Folpys Honey and It quickly cured My wife has since used Foleys Honey the sami Bessemer he I want to ask Do you think that Dupont Is In a good position to pick out speakers and train them as to what they shall say Do you expect any speakers to men tion the government Eult against the powder trust If the speaker Is picked out and Instructed by one of the de fendants In the case Do you expect Penrose of who has been Intimately connected with all the great corporations of his to be come a reformer And yet he Is an other one of the executive committee b carry on the Republican Bryan asserted that there were more trusts now In the United States nan there were eleven years Not Only he but withthe most strenuous Republican you ever have had In the White House he has not succeeded in putting one trust mag nate in the Mentions the Harvester The socalled International harvester trust was scored by the Democratic who charged that the Re publican party had not yet attempted to free the country from its alleged Why have not these trusts been crushed out he What prospect is there that they will be crushed under Republican rule If Roosevelt Is not able to bring his party Into active opposition to this trust what hope have you that Mr Taft will do better he was not as stren uous as Read his Ian he and compare it will the fiery denunciation made In the presidents message ot last Bryan said thai Taft not only does not say bis party will destroy the private mo but he does say that to destroy It would destroy and extirpate bust He says that what the country needs is not pi but He has tried regula tion in his party for twelve years and theresult is that the trusts have regu laed the Republican party but the party has failed to regulate the Hearst and Hlsgen en New His candidate of the Independence party for and William Hearst have started on a countrywide FURAKER ANDTAFT AT PEACE Clasp While Veterans Cheer STRIKE RIOT AT SCRANTON tofia were aTJle to leave after Estimates of the number of veter ans in line varied from to three times that but It Is doubtful If there were more than The P A Q PARADE marched with half a Ktl ItW Ul Al III I AnAUt block between them and the depart ments were even further There i was a good ten feet separating each row of and It was this liber ality of space which made It require four hours to pass the reviewing I Fully half the veterans wore the badges of either Michigan or Several Amusing Some of the wise In expe rlence of Parau9Bcarrled campstools over their arms and whenever there 1 was a halt they promptly oat to the envy of their The first amusing Incident of the march came with the marching past of the Rhode Island Two veteran In sailor suits and each carrying a broom bearing the Who won the battles of 61 and C5 We Meeting at Toiedo Marks End of Political Feud VETERANS ON Ideal Weather Makes Old Soldiers Feel Young Again y an hour or more the grand parade of the Grand Army of the with its attend ant served misrely as the back BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL New At R HU 1010114008 11 I 1000000012 64 Lelfleld and Gibson and At R HIS danced along the way and were the Boston targets of many The Berdan Brooklyn of sharpshooters carried their name on a twelvefoot cloth sustained by poles dramatican incident as at each end and borne by two some namely the public meet Ing of William Taft and his erst while Senator The Republlcafa leader and his an tagonist canvass met In the official reviewing shook handsj BBnlled and exchanged from thousands of throats came cheer after cheer as the 1 Z 3 3 Fraser and Kllng McGlynn and Moran and At RHE Pha Bkn 92 Corridon and Dooln Mcln tyre and Standing of the New 45 47 72 48 62 58 63 50 43 74 75 Games Boston at Chicago at New York at and Tar with Sold by OR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS i letter room Is for your free touron behalf of party tbi Independence AERONAUT PLUNGES 500 FEET tO DEATH Spectators Witness the significance of the upon the incident dawned 5 Saturday Specials Childrens Suits Sizes 3 to 7 Your Choice at ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier full view of horrified spectators as sembled on the Central Maine fair grounds here Charles Oliver the wellknown aeronaut of Hammonds fell BOO feet to bis Among the witnesses of the frightful plunge were Jones and and they were almost the first to reach the side of the dying The aero bronzed from much golf and Borne fishing at Middle Bass Is Ignorant pfthe impending meet arrived Island at Oclock in tha The trip had spraydampen ing the clothing those on which Included the guest of His progress along the streets in an automobile caused a continued ova Those on the reviewing stand stood when he entered and for some time after he had become Some blocks away in a barouche sat Senator lifting his hat in re sponse to numerous calls of his name proceeding slowly along the line o Word ran through the orowc that the senator was sure to meet his former rival for the first time in months and a rush was made down to the neighborhood of the where it had been announced that all distin guished guests would be cared Taft and Foraker Make The streets were packed when Sen ator Governor Sena tor Dick and Mayor Whltlock entered the A cheer which greeted the governor suddenly gavo way to a mo I mentary hush as the familiar white head of the senior Ohio senator ap Taft held out a brown Senator Foraker ex tended his white by remarked Im glad to see Judge been taking some exercise at the springs Yes and feeling And so according to those who 1 stood by and caught snatches 1 of the conversation above the blare of music and the roar of Hav to and tliey were compelled to strain at the banner at every step to avoid being carried forward at a Georgia Makes Quite a with thirty men In llcited applause by displaying a bun dle of cornstalks which appeared to be from twelve to fifteen feet in South Dakotas veteran sons paraded with cobs ot corn stuck on the ends of canes carried over their while North Dakota hinted of its sta ple crop with heads of wheat tucked in their This department also had a full rigged Uncle one of AMERICAN At R HE proud of her new state to make sure that the fact was bore a banner with State of Oklahoma In ample The popularity of the refreshments served at rendezvous points was attested by the appearance of souvenir tin cups at the belt of nearly every The 7 3 8 1 Donovan and Schmidt Ryan and Clarke and At Washington Washington 0 01 01 0 01 0 Hughes and Warner Steele and Louis 10 2 and Dlneen and At New New 1010000 4 Plank and Blue Lake and Klelnow Standing of the w 09 RHE 3 9 0 R HE R HE Fourth Michigan carried a on top of which was an imprisoned On the sides of the coop was the captured Jefi We Philadelphia 68 sweptthe ocean you keep it Boston was an admonition the display of which repeatedly called forth While there wer6 details of the pic1 ture which appealed strongly to symj pathy for declining It was on j the whole a cheerful For the most part the step of the men was firm their faces betrayed eager Inter est and they seemed to be enjoying the applause and the familiar fife and drum music without a thought of their Many a vowing himself good for another pranced and danced along to the vast approval of his 56 60 New 39 49 52 52 54 58 C4 00 81 naut died an hour and a half after the a8sured each other of perfect well the two Ohio leaders took their Jones had been at the fair grounds geats chatting with each other when with his dirigible balloon Boomerang since When the aeronaut had reached a height of more than 500 feet the spectators were amazed to see small tongues of flame issuing not as was frequently the by old friends and acquaintances or veterans who wanted to meet our next It was nearly 3 oclock the Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable Of vl8lt hotel Taft went to thy rom under tlie gas bag In front of and after a brief the At this time the balloon lad passed out of the fair Many persons In great crowd en deavored to apprise Jones of his dan but several minutes Lyceum theater to attend the recep tion given by the Lincoln Republican He was Joined there by Senator Foraker and Governor Here Games Cleveland at Detroit at Philadelphia at Washington at WEATHER TWOWOMENSHOT BY STATE POLICE During Charge of Constabulary on Striking Miners NEITHER DANGEROUSLY HURT Wives of Miners Wounded While on Porches of Their When State Constabulary Fire on Union Is Attacked Non union the Shooting the Policemen Return to Their Bar the Shooting Upon a strike riot at Dunmore last evening Adam Kavalko and Anna Cord wives of were shot by state police while the women were standing on the back porch of Ka ralko 813 Throop There Is a strike on at the 1 col liery of the Erie and Superintendent EdwardGerwln and some nonunion miners were assaulted going to the General Superintendent and a squad of state had been summoned from the Peckville were escorting tho nonunionists home when they were a crowd of the strikers in a field near the Epithets and some It Is were hurled at the where upori the police charged the crowd on a brandishing their Th0 crowd scattered and many of them ran to therear of the row of miners Throop The two women who were shot were watching excitement from a rear Kavalko held an infant in Her She was hit in the Mrs who stood was turning to run into the evi when a bullet struck her in the Neither wound is it was said by Dr Myles who happened to be near and went to the aid of the The police rode after the County Detective Rafter has gone to the scene to Investigate with a view of arresting the state police it the cir cumstances in his judgment warrant such Troopers Heinz and White on their Democratic Leaders exec utive committee of the Democratic state committee will meet here today and will hear reports from Senator Webster Grim of the nominee for superior court and the twentyfive candidates for state sena tor who will be voted for this Letters have been received at head quarters Indicating that there will be a good attendance at the Sec retary Meek is urging upon tha various leaders throughout the state the im portance of having voters registered and says There is every indication of the registration this year being heavier than for any year since the law was We have word that In the cities that had their first regis tration the number applying was great er than ever he noticed the Then he grasped I agftln tne evidence of the official seal he rip cord and by letting out gas i Jng 0 the political breach the endeavored to reach the The I itwo ieaders was vigorously applauded machine had descended but a short distance when a sudden burst of flame enveloped the gas the framework Immediately separating from the naustion and for the good order which Jones fell with the framework not only among dense his motor when the spectators along the line but reached him he was lying under the Mayor WhitlOck The gas bag was completely 8latea deaplte the crowd of Veterans Make Good The parade was remarkable for the absence of accidents and cases of ex Chicago Gets Pitcher Mur phy president of the Chicago National league has closed a deal by which be secures Flicker Andy Coakley of the Cincinnati Coakley will J the Chicago team Physicians found that Jones had no vjBitorg here had been fewer cUance to survive as he was injured ewer misdemeanors and less internally and his spine was Complete Returns Prom White River Complete returns from the state elec tion in Vermont on the vote tor gov ernor show the following result Prouty Janies Burke Quimby S Backus work for the police generally thsn on Campbell 830 The total all any average day of the The weather was of tin niadetoorder va bright sunlight and a tempera ture comfortably below the summer It was more like an October day than one In the fore part of Sep To this fact was due the lack of activity the twp emergency hos from veteran who was Rltghtly hYulsed by being hit by an Well Chamberlains Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy Is well For Western Pennsylvania Fair and slightly warmer Thursday warmer light north winds be coming and slightly warmer on Thursday fair and warmer light variable IMPROVEMENT SLOW Iron Trade Review Says August Is tho Best Month This Iron Trade Review says today August was the best month of the year for the iron but the improvement has been very slow and there Is nothing to indicate that it will bo more rapid dur ing the remainder of the how the same rate of progress can be cqndlttonB will be satisfactory at the beginning of the new The United States corpora tion has furnished additional evidence of Us Intention tocontinue the mak ing of The government having refused to Improve the harbor at the corporation will do the work A subsidiary com pany has ordered the four largest ore unloading machines yet designed to be Installed at Each of those machines will have a capacity colic ambulance no accidents f t ties was and plurality j not ruofe vlalted the Burke was hospital thV reiult gf pains in the cramp and It has no sale by 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 SUoops The Restorative ia pre pared expressly for tbeae weak in side Strengthen these Sulld them up with Shoops Re or see how quickly help will Solo by Harry of unloading tons of ore in a vessel The corporation pis Iron stocks are now the lowest in its being only tons exclu sive of the Tennessee Cor poration activities are now about CO per cent of measured by blast furnace capacity in Three or four of the blast furnace at Gary will probably be blown In some time during the fall On the luth plant nothing will be done this year except to perfect the for a apralned A sprained ankle may be cured in about onethird the re by applying ChaaiberlatnB Wniment and giving lute For sale by that they were positive they aid not shoot any They declared fur tlier that the strikers were also Ing and that the chances are the women were hit by stray bullets from the guns of untrained A squadron of police from the tral barracks at Wyoming started at midnight for Dunmore to the scene of the One striker who had a pistol was arrested by the i state police when they charged the He was disarmed and over to the Eries special Cannot Get the Employment agents at PJttsburg and throughout Western Pennsylvania have been com pelled to report to the Prick company and to others In the Connellsville coke fields that they have been unable to get workmen to handle the coke There is a shortage t men since the coke makers want to start all ovens 75 per cent It has been Impossible to get Americana to take the places of the Huns and Slavs who were sent home last year with the ad vice that they need not come It L is said that the Prick who are the fuel end of the Steel are thinking of trying to have of the Huns returned to the ville district from Jailed for Nonpayment of that he has been placed in Jail tor the nonpayment of taxes in a borough in which he la not a Daniel Coif will appear in court in an for a writ of habeas W charged in the proceedings that Owt I a resident of Bteelton and as u by f of the ward tor to by ot   

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