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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                s l X f f rrlci B8TABMSHSD 345 24 PRICE 2 CENTS PER RAIN IS PROMISED DROUTH AND FIRE TWIN SCOURGES But Rain Is Promised by the Weather Bureau MIDDLE WEST FIRST RELIEVEB nextto the locomotive and water from these Is pumped Into the forest fires which havebeen endangering the TRlSlATc IN BRIEF John one of tirookvtlles most prominent dropped dead at But Need Is Desperate In Many Locall the In Michi Wisconsin and and In Pennsylvania Hundreds of Forest Fires Are of Water Hinders Cen ter of District In Which Refreshing Rains Have WEATHER West cloudiness showers In west portion i lage of Bark River Is the I forestflres having broken through the Wednesday Thursl nes of the city showers and cooler fresh south and southwest property of hundreds of farmers and i his home Mean failure caused lumbermen In Venan his go and Crawford counties are believed I Robb Sprlngboro was perhaps fatally injured when a carriage in which hewas was stnuck by a train near Penn Dwlght paymaster in the United States srmy and grandson of the late Judge Taylor ot killed him self a bullet his stone crushing plant Of Caesar Romano near here was destroyed by entailing a loss of The plant Was of the largest of Its kind In the coun v How one of the best known comic artists In the died at his home in age fortythree to be under The last two nights have been foggy and a heavy has making the vegetation wet and renderingthe work of enclos ing the fires rather only two light showers since July north ern New Yorks wooded sections are In no condition to withstand the forest fires raging In the vicinity of Mountain View and spreading and growing more dangerous Forty men are try ing to save the cottages at the lake along the river at Lake Placid with thousands of dollars worth of timber on state land being de stroyed each every available workman Is employed In flghthig Tupper lake Is surrounded by though the village Is not thought to be In A report says that a serl Ous flre has started west of Loon vll Western cloudiness Wednesday night or Thursday cooler Thursday fresh and southwest drought In account of the Scarcity of all of the coke ovens In the Deckers creek valley shut down this TAFfASSrtS BRYANS RECORD Republican Nominee Enters Con test in Real Earnest HEMAKESSEVEflALADDHESSES WALLSTR ALARMED Gathering Of League of Republican Clubs at Cincinnati Affords Him an Opportunity to Counter Some of His which Opponents Qath flre to the erlng of Negro Preachers of His Sympathy for the Aspirations of Their Out on Road Campaign real ac tivities of the have begun for Republican presidential played queer pranks at the residence of Entering the house along a telephone it destroyed the and then Jumped across the room to a gas near which Sanderson and his wife were without affecting After running through several rooms it caught a gas It to a and then set Ag Pittsburg 3 yellow $13.00@13.50. 25ft 26 Ohio full light market tidy political addresses were the demands made on him Ing his last day in before starting on his western lttl Bll the candidate informed offl and aprlnger8 Death was caused by pneu of his nomination has Clncin natl been awake politi cally as last when marching clubs from Hamilton and other places lent the blaze of torch and ttye blare of trum good fat good fresh cows common to j BRYAN DEMANDS THE EVIDENCE Asks President Roosevelt to Make Good His Charges SENDS AN URGENT TELEGRAM have Been willing to The platform ot the Demo cratic party is clear and specific on this as on other while the platform of tho Republican party Is uncertain and The Democratic candidate for Joined with tne In requesting the Democratic national committee to fix a of ten thousand dollars for Individual con tributions and to publish before the election all contributions above one hundred and the committee acted favorably upon this The Republican candidate and the Republican national committee mangled Jack McNerney of City were found beside the vanla tracks here How he met death was the principal feature of the rally heavy and Is not He was thirtyfire of the National League of Republican Sheep and light market Prim good culls and clipped pet as an escort to the who spring veal years clubs at Music At noon addressed the dele 10 double decks market steady on good choice cornfed ates ofthe natlohal ot ne hogs very dull on grassers and light throwing nfarly men out of foreman of the Pennsylvania More than 900 ovens are shut down ou account oMhe The loreman n BaptlBtBi who had come from Lex erecting shop of the best known men along Ing he looked In Prime heavy Sabratonplant of the American Sheet of the and Tin Plate employing 875 aged about the central states was broken by rains men was forced to shut Out extended from Louis to Paul and The rainfall did not cover the entire country be tween those but it occurred at many The fall at and was very In Chicago scattered showers occurred the late afternoon and but the weather office declared that they did not general It is believed that additional rain will fall Sept altuation in the fireswept or north western Pennsylvania is daily growing In Warren between Selkirk and Grand near the Allegheny Valley and Pitts burg in one spot over 400 ot brush and are in flames and gradually this flre Is drawing aesrer to oil Should It gain a foothold among the oil wells nothing could stay Its In Randolph and Troy Crawford an army of men Is fighting the The timber loss in that region is very The water supply of the Erie railroad hetween this city and Mead riHe has about given Oil tank cars aje filled with water and To Look Young feel young and stay young the blood the stomach the bowels the skin clear and the eyes bright with BEECHAMS PILLS Sold la bom lio time ago and cannot start up until bodlly over a thirtyfoot John mVn the convention Of the National j dead nerc League Republican clubs and at $5.BO@fl.2S once was Introduced for a In two efforts the candidate was His sympathy for raging in the Cheat espe cially in the central part of the state age was killed by the Btruggies of the negro race Monument Be Wireless President Roosevelt will be left the decision John who Is under arrest charged with The men met upon the trestle and got into an argu Mis warm applause from the Baptist i who met the candidate at the Slnton and his words to the convention were warmly Pays to It was last that monument question whetherthe Washington Donald of Pittsburg was found dead It was last that liiment Is to be used as a wireless witn his necte broken about two Taft made his strongest After teleeraph station for conducting ex from He had hired a rig before an audience which pertinents with ships at sea and DOS stable and was on from the first showed a decided liking slbly across lie Atlantic A re the Slgel oil It ia sup quest asking pennlasion tor such use that he fell from the for Republican future re has before the for some Squirrel Hunter Fatally of fish were killed by dynamitein the Sbenango river by unknown There were three but they huntlna squirrels near thl Howard Howe of was shot and probably fatally were not as it waa supposed workmen were Great num bers of dead fish were found floating He Is now in the hospital on the water and hundreds had been at One bullet struck blown out on the him In the right eye and a second in I the The person who fired the shots is not 110 Drown In masked men overpowered Thomas watchman at the Ore Hill While one man stood over him with a revolver the others went into the army signal corps con1 general store at Ore Hill and cracked firms the total loss of the ship Star jtne 8afeThe explosion was heard of Bengal on Coronation Tweni Dv tne who runn ng were saved and 110 with guns and chased including nine the who got Into the a re sult of attempting to hurry her dinner fire with kerosene William Landon is dead and her William and nineteenmonth Missing Girls Body Sept body of Miss Esther the nineteenyearold girl who disappeared from her mothers summer home in this town Sunday September was found in the edge of the woods near Death was evidently due to A doublebarreled shotgun be longing to her home was lying by her Both barrels of the gun had been old son Ansel are MeadvJlle hospital terribly The child will likely The accident happened at the old William Hill near Penn and is the third such party as1 he depicted his idea of the Democratic policy of and then devoted himself to an analysis of This is the first tlmo Taft has paid his respects to his opponent in any extended manner and what he said was listened to with great interest and considerable show of Preceding the night meeting a par ade was witnessed by the crowds which thronged the The at tendance at Music hall equalled and It Is the largeat assem bly hall in the Those who spoke besides Taft were President John Hays Hammond of the League of Re publican the John Wesley pastor of Metropolitan New and Job an attor ney of New The audience was regaled with a review of the entire which marched down one aisle and up another in the huge Music halUy Tafyfollowed the famous Blalne the last in the line of and his appearance was the inspiration for a demonstration which lasted for more than ten Opening in West Elijah Dowies Father Grand Murray age father of John Alexander the founder of Zlon who was repudiated by his Is dead at the home his sons Jane on White He went to live with Dowle when his son denied net publication the ttee but publication after the I submit tuat our committee has given the better evidence of its free dom from connection or tlon the predatory Our committee has not knowingly received a dollar from an official of any cor poration known as a and it win not receive any money from If any money Is contributed by such persons without the knowledge of the committee It will be returned as soon as the fact is The Democratic party is making an honest and an honorable fight in de fense of the principles and policies enunciated in its platform and It ex pects and will demand honorable treatment from those who are in charge of the Republican With great Very truly WILLIAM Mack Also Makes New r Democratic Chairman Mack madethis statement concerning the Agrees That If Governor Democratic National Guilty He Should Be Immediately Roosevelt With At titude of Republican Party on Pub lication of Campaign Chairman Mack Denies That Cor porations Have moat sensational development In the pres ent campaign was the sending by Wil liam Democratic candidate for of a telegram to Presi dent demanding that ho produce proof that Governor Jtaskell of treasurer of the Democratic national ever was connected with the Standard Oil Seizing upon the oppor tunity thus afforded Bryan took occasion to serve notice on the president that he would not permit to have been over tarn Democratic campaign fund of four any responsible member of the Repup lican orsanUatlon to misrepresent the attitude of the Democratic party in lue present campaign and further that the Democratic was making an honorable and honest fight in fense of its principles and policies and It expected and demanded fair and honorable treatment from those in charge of the Republican Bryans telegram to the presi dent was as years ago i o I want to say that theDemocratic national committee has not received on or before or after J the office of nor has ernor Haskell or any other member j of the national committee received such a Neither the Standard company nor its subsidiary companies or officials have contributed one nor have they been asked to the natiohal United States Patient Kills given out Andrew by you yesterday and published in this Llghtfoot a mulatto Inmate of the gov1 mornings papers you Indorse charge eminent hospital for the Bear made against Governor Haskell of Ok Theodore President of codmlttee will accept one Mtv aidant and and Patrick Maionev an Market FaUen Margaret a lahoma to the effect that he was once in the employ of the Standard Oil com ftnd ag guch employe waa and Injured another j Jected wlth an attempt to bribe or H IMUI casualty that has occurred In west the RepubUcan party n West Virginia ern Crawford within a few COAL fluence Attorney General Monnett of Ohio to dlamlsa suits pending against the Standard Oil In indors against his ing this charge you attack the Nat Goodwin Seeks Goodwin known on the atace as Maxine cratic party and its saying that Governor Haskell stands high in the councils of Bryan and is the treasurer of his national campaign And you add that the to dynamite the boarding of publication of this correspondence not Joseph Andy Marcinl was Justifies in striking fashion the himself blown to Marcinl action of the hut also placed most of the dynamite under tne casts a curious side light on building preparatory to setting It off when he accidentally exploded the the sticks still In his ing a train on another whose sound drowned that of an oncoming passenger two aged persons were hurled to death at Percy by a railroad The vic Bryan and in the course of Bryans Charge Too Serious to Your charge Is so serious that I cannot allow it to go Gov ernor Haskell has denied that he was ever employed by the Standard Oil company in any capacity or was ever connected In any way whatever with Urns are John age and lt or wltb tne transaction upon which Sarah age HOLES IN Can sell a number of modern houses centrally If you want to sell yours list it at once GliiES Our prices delivered to alj parts of the city are as follows Hard all Pittsburg Lump Pittsburg Lump 5 tons or Pittsburg Lump 5 tons or Pittsburg Lump and 5 tons or 270 Filer Lump Filer Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump B tons or more Filer Lump and Nut 6 tqns or Filer Nut Filer Nut All our Pittsburg coal comes from mines 12 and the cream of the Pittsburg Any orders bpoked now will be protected against advance in Our terms B tone or cash with order or on Orders of 6 tpns or more 60 B cents per ton off it paid within 10 Our fapmtles for handling coal makes U possible to give the best Our best custom Broad tired wagons used In driving over Miller CANAL still divided on the question of a gubernatorial following the bitter flght between the Swlsher and the Hcherr the latest devel opment of which was the withdrawal j of Charles Swisher as a nominee for the Republican state campaign was opened under conditions that were somewhat General Charles Grosvenor of made the principal address in the aibsence of Senator Burrows of whom the national commit tee had arranged to send for the occa A telegram from Senator Bur rows announced that he could not get Fifteen hundred persons filled the convention hall when the meeting was called to order by Congressman Swisher was loudly oneerad when he gave aawrances that he retired without and was ready to his hearty support to whoever was named as the for General aside from urg ing West Virginia Republicans to for get the state fight and line up to carry West Virginia for addressed him self only to national issues and a scathing arraignment of the speaker changed his views with the changes of the Chicago Grain worlds visible statement showing an Increase for the week of bushels was mainly Instrumental In lowering wheat prices today Com held Us own pa a bjillUh report by the Illinois Grain Dealers Assocla and oata were steady sympa Provisions eased oft 7H September options 98ti your charge is Governor Haskell demanded an in vestigation at the time the charge was first offering to appear and tes They Art Tog Tiny to but Air Can i and he demands an investigation Work Through i I agree with you that if Governor Ordinary tumblers will hold water i Haskell is guilty because tuo globules of water are too big to squeeze through the But glass is as full of holes ns n and air blows right through it because tbo specks of nlr are smaller than the Put abelt into u dig globe of seal up the pump out all tho then ring the bell and you hear There Is not air enough In the globe to carry n But lay tbo globe aside for a mouth or no matter how carefully you hove sealed up the you will find that you then can hear the bell when you flng Air has got into that Enough anyway carry n sound has leaked in through the substance oC the The ordinary Incandescent lamp is 8 glass globe with the air pumped and after a few months sufficient air leaks through to dim the light which comes from the thread of electrified charcoal We can make plenty of vessels to bold but nothing has been made which will bold air without any leak The air sneaks In through boles which are too small for the human mind to In everything from the Standard OH company other corporation seeking special The Is gathering its funds in small quantities from masses of the and no larga have been received from X An Interview V Kansas governor of Oklahoma and treasurer of the Democratic passed through Kansan City en route to his homejn Oklahoma the where he has been making speeches for the Democratic ticket Mr Haakell waa asked If the charges1 of William Hearst that he was con nected with the Standard Oil company would cause him to frpm the national slgnT Postlvely I was vindicated of those charges in the state campaign last fall when I licked the whole I brand Hearsts statements as I said I wouldntre sign a minute didnt I if i Hearst can prove a single ment I will quit at As his train pulled out Haskell t shouted And dont forget to say that the campaign fund Is growing I am going home for a few and then will go back again to CbjK Im satisfied with out ij i Be at the end of fishing it waa a Poo I uever saw such a fish In my Itfal SheNo I dont believe yon ever to be connected with the Democratic national and I am sure you will agree with me that If he Is inno cent he deanryes to be exonerated from so damning an As the selection of Governor Haskell as cfcalrman of the committee on reso lutions at and also as treas urer of the Democratic national com had my approval and Indorse I feel it my duty to demand an immediate investigation of a charge against him indorsed hy the president of the United Your high posi as well asyour sense of would prevent your giving sanction and circulation to such a charge with out and I respectfully request therefore that you furnish any proof which you have in your if you have no I request that you Indicate a method by which the truth may be Agrees to Produce Without consulting I will agree that he will appear for in vestigation before any lie or which may indicate and I will further agree that his con nectlon with the committee and with this oompaign shall cease in the event that the decision of such tribunal connects him In any way with this or in case after an Investigation ot the say tbit you believe hlin guilty of the charges As the candidate of the Democratic I shall not permit any responsi ble member of the Republican organl latlpu to mlsreresejit the attitude of the Democratic party in the present I have assisted you to the extent of my ability in remedial I deemed for the public good which you have undertaken I support The got Into an awful jam st that bargain Hubby rIndeed WKeyYes alj the money I had war rwnoai measures gainst private squeezed out of nonopoiiejL eHhlc at I 1 I ARCHBOLD LETTERS CAUSE MAVY SLUMP Wall Street Fears Attack m Corporations WIN New stock ket showed more disturbance than at any time since the troubled period last Octobers Sensational and repeated downward plunges in prices followed each other and it was not til late in the day that any material relief was shpwn from the drastic i purging process undei mous Hues of stocks were thrown upon the market without apparent re gard to theprice they would The days sates aggregated There was uo news to account the but practically slve attention waa gives to political discussion on the floor ot the stock ex The vaiious exchanges ing out of the ArchboldForaker respondence circulated as they The selling of was supposed to have outgrowth this of action against Uc hostility ewlted bjr Foraker episode for   

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