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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: October 16, 1908 - Page 1

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                the expense of headquarters In New York and Denver and the traveling and other expense Inci dent to our speaking campaign now under way will make necessary an ad BRYANS PLEDGE STRICTLY KEPT List ot Contributors to Campaign Is Made Public t r Following are the contributions from i Ohio and West Virginia Next Is One of by William j circulation of lit whfliims of the Republican state received a telegram from the national speakers bureau saying Have decided to let any of the speak ers wanted from this bureau come to As a result of this telegram dltional to carry out campaign J Senator Beverldge Governor to a successful We are Sehajor Leslie See dfnt that the whom we are rotary Cortelyou and others will be as thus taking Into our will j signed at once to make speeches In supply us with this additional and we earnestly urge a prompt and generous response to this Subscriptions received of or dttllybesln Being the From the Commoner Since the Beginning of the Totals About Of Which All But Has Been Expended Chairman Mack tays More Is Total to Date Alfred Christo pher William William Joseph Gor don Charles Raymond James New Democratic McCul national through Treasurer 1 Joseph Herman Rldder gave out an extended Roland George statement of the contributions to the Democratic national campaign fund up to and Including showing sums of and over The statement shows receipts and disbursements as j follows Received from contributors of and Joshua contributors under OWo John In George U John John Lot Car Democratic Kauf Michael Received from Amount left over from Denver con vention Amount Balance on The which is signed by National Chairman Mack and Treasu rer says that 343 subscribers gave or more and that the smaller were from 25 cents It adds The number ot contributors to the national committee fund Is estimated at about and about of the whole amount contributed came from the Democratic newspapers throughout the United It will be noticed from the fore going statement that the cash balance Is about Supplies contracted Bryan 600 was organized here last evening by the negro voters led by colored soldiers who formerly served at The negroes say they wUi bolt the Republican tick et owing to fhe treatment of the bat talion and the elimination of Senator whom they declare Is the black mails Ohio con ference of colored Baptists In session In this city last night unanimously In dorsed thft candidacy of Jennings Bryan will come hare next Wednesday afternoon and give an ad Plans are being made for dele to come here from the various cities throughout the Bghteenth con gresslonal district iind the rally prom ises to be one of the biggest held by Democrats In this in sulted by a to whose appeal for food she had a few moments previous responded with a generous hand John a ANCIENT RECORDS TO SETTLE DISPUTE Marietta College Aids Gwera ment In Ptwlnt Its Claim I DANGEROUS MAN LOOSE ftoams Plttsburg Streets With restor ing Mad Dog t Look out for and detain James a onearmed He may be found suffering from This order went put to every police station la the city following the start ling discovery that a dog which so verely Utt Mongon Wednesday had been suffering from Mon gols legs were badly torn Uy the maddened animal and he Is now ait homeless and The animal was killed by workmen at the Painter mills In West Carson street Wednesday afternoon after he dispute over the boundaries about Passama quoddy has continued for 124 be settled by papers found here the Marietta college li The boundary had re mained open since 1784 and the department at In bitten Mongon anda Ing a the college Mongon roamed about the Southslde officials here for an examination ot the known be among the archives In the first settlernent in founded by New England people and from them papers of the greatest historical value were secured for the historical collections that re infpossession of the All the notes and made at the time of the boundary by Rufus Putnam It la stat ed that the maps the collection cover all disputedpoints and show that Popes Folly Inland belongs to the United Copies will be at once forwarded to the state depart It is these papers thrashed the felow within an inch of and maps international boundary dlaputg which has hereto j his Pine James West Wliltln Henry The largest Individual contrbutlon was from Charles Hughes of William Bryan was second largest Individual he having turned In from the profits of his the Coinj The name of former treasurer of the national com floes not appear In the long list of contributions from Ontars to Phaon age accidentally blew off the top of his head while hunting near his He was stand ing with his chin resting on his gun barrel when the weapon was dls William Stockman of Perry who Ira t Store Of Exclusive Styles Without A Doubt The Best Line of Gowns and Dressy Tailored Suits and Evening Wraps In Our City Is Now Being Shown Here Our Motto But How Good See Our Line Before 7O8 State Street fore caused an expertse of hundreds of thousands of dollSriln the attempt to reach an Forest Fires Again Raging North ern Michigan forestflres have broken out again renewed From In Preinyue Isle comes word the town of Metz was wiped put by From Cheboy served notice upon Governor 3 would assume his du will be examined on a lunacy rain falls between this and Monday many things must stop in Altoona to husband the water Church organs op erated by water power will be silent on Sunday and elevators lifted by water will not forest fires near Colllnwood and Euclid village have damage was confined to the woods and a stone crushing totaling upward of A tenacre tract owned by Johni Rockefeller was swept by the Mahanoy Thomas OBrien attempted to drive a big rat from a nest of eggs on a poultry farm at High Point the ro dent turned and fought OBrien was badly bitten on the hands and had to leaving the rat to finish its men were killed at Norwalk while stealing a rldo on top of a Wheeling and Lake Erie The finding of the body of Walter Spring of Canton on top of the coach here led to an Investigation and the second was found near i persons were badly burned others were less seriously injured when a tank car tilled with gasoline on the Lake Shore road exploded following a The Injured Fire Chief John Sebastian Herman William Hagen and William alt afternoon and lu the evening he piled for lodging at the Center avenue police He told the sergeant of being bitten and latter detailed Patrolman Sta delman to take him to the Passavant Here both legs were cauter ized and bandages were Mon gon was returned to thfe police station and In meantime all aches of the Pathological Institute Mercy hospl tal learned of the case and a hunt for the carcans of the dog It traced and turned over to the Instltu An examination of the animals head disclosed the fact that It was in the worst stages of Phy slclans became alarmed and ureed the police to locate Mongon at all hazards and have him taken to the The other victim of the dogs bite If being given but no trace ol Mongon has been He is twenty flve years Goulds Income Reduced New Howard Goulds income was formerly a year but since the business depres ston of last year It has been reduced to that he has lost 000 this year was stated by his coun set in an argument before Justice Bis These figures were given in opposing anappllcatlon by Kath erlne Clemmons who is suing Gould for for an increase In her alimony from a year to A Home 58 Mercer Street The Gillespie property now owned by Newell is oflered for Sale at a property sold for above amount last year and is worth This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniences and centrally Make us to GILLESPIE October B B in coat section Thats all it takes get nice stylish Three items as examples Black Broadcloth 32 inches lined but tons semifitted 50inch Black Broadcloth braid and satir trimd velvet collar al satin lined with braid facing Rosoberry Cloth Auto o Rain Coats Blue These Rain Coats an other time or any other plac would be 20 to Othe Coats at other gan comes a report that the huge accu mulation of sawdust there known as the sawdust mounCalri Is on fire Sid that several btndred people on the east side of th3 oity have been smoked out of their honnc Dry Victory Costs a result of a misunderstanding over the local option election Eli a resident of the has been obliged f o move his house eleven Hls neigh Tpm who had a different view from the wetand dry objected to Ayers getting water at the which had een In joint ownership for a number f The two quarreled after thai withdrawn in the belief that Colonel and Ayers was obliged to j Tucker is nowvon what will prove to which was built 10 line between the two New Christian Science Christian Scl nee Issued announces he establishment by the Christian Science Publishing society of a new ally paper to be known as the OhrU ian Science Tucker Withdraws William has withdrawn the charge of abandonment flled against iCoionerWfltlftnr United States Attorney Pear as the legal representative of stated that the case was be his INCREASES HIS ESTIMATE Bryan Satisfied After Three Days Tour In I ennlnga Bryan closed his three days peaking tour of his home state with a large meeting in this city and said le felt that Nebraska could be safely counted In the Democratic column thla ear by a larger majority than he re ceived In It was a notable day In olnt of the number of speeches he size of the crowds addressed and he vigorous manuer In which ho spoke to his A large portion of the day waa spent n his old congressional and the enthusiasm which had prevailed in his tour of the stale was Intensified by the fact that theae people gave him his first political distinction and have followed him with increasing confi dence he fought his way up the lad They showed their affection for him by demonstrations every sta tion and by crowds declared to be such as the towns and cities had never seen Sly trip throughout the state was not planned because there was any doubt about he It was because these Nebraska Demo crats have been so loyal to me that I was not willing to let the campaign pass without visiting The has led us to raise our esti mate on the size of the majority Ne braska will Wo have counted on a majority as large as that given me In but 1 am satisfied from what I have seen and from the reports I have received that our majority will be considerably more than it was at that In no campaign in this state have I encountered such large and enthusiastic and the re portsreceived from every precinct and every county show defections In the Republican ranks and consequent ad ditions to our Our majority In 1896 was In the neighborhood of 000 and there Is no comparison be tween the outlook three weeks before the election at that time and at the In discussing the panic he said that Republicans were threatening a panic In case of his There will be a panic in one he and that will be the Taft for Tafts federaVsalary will be withdrawn for the first time In more than twenty MINERS TO ASK WAGEINCREASE Anthracite Convention Concludes Its Deliberations DEMAND BY WEI6HT to ChicagoGrain cables and n absence of caused a jreak ot more than 1 cent In wheat irlces on the local exchange At he close the net losses were 1 to 1 Corn was also but oats and provisions were December ptlons closed Plttsburg 3 yellow 1 $14.00@15.00. 30 Ohio full fair market tidy common to good fat good fresh cows and common to Sheep and market steady on sheep higher on best prime good fair culls and lambs veal heavy and 30 double decks and market Prime heavy yorkeru light WEATHER Western Ohio and West Friday and urday fresh south age died after short wmch the attending phy siclan says was caused by eating sau sage made from hoga fed on city gar MYSTERIOUS CASKET FOUND BY A HUNTER And Is Spirited Away While He Goes for Help or Misses Coats as remarkable values as these at ever you need of coat its here and priced to your iijHiy 1 Doctor L Howard physician at the home for died from aconite poison ing after having assisted his associates In a remarkable effort to save his The physician took a concentrated preparation of aconite in mistake for codlne which he had been using In thp treatment of a nervous He did not realize his mistake until the ioi son began to take effect and call Ing for he began working upon himself to counteract the effects of the Three physicians were together with and for four hours they bat tied to save the life of the young who for a time directed their Recognition of CheckOff and EightHour Day Among That Will BeAsked of Hard Coal Operators In Wage President Lewis Praises WSrk of Convention and Moderation of the f Delegates Object to One Miner h Having Two t tion of the anthracite miners union h During the last session the scale agreed to by the scale COW mlttee and approved by the delegates t was handed out for Tha demands are as follows T an agreement shall be negotiatedbetween the representatives of the miners and the operators of the anthracite region and all disputes aris ing under the contract shall be ad justed as provided for In the said demand the complete recognition of the United Minework ers of America as a party to negotiate a wage contract and that the United Mineworkers of America shall be rec ognized in right to provide any l method we may adopt for the collec tion of revenues for the we demand an eight hour day with no reduction of all coal shall be mined aad paid for by the ton of t we demand a definite and uniform scale ot wages and prises for all classes of labor at all collieries in the anthracite and that all employes paid or lees day shall recolve a 10 per cent ranee and all employes paid more than and less than a day shall re 15 par cent the system whereby a contract miner has more than Job or employs be abol During the excitement occasioned by the Taft ya uable farm horses belonging 1 Rielly Huffman of Wuyneirburg wer killed by a big ferocious boar at HU mans farm in Jackson Oreene New have beenposted for the resumption next Monday ot flve Additional hot i at ShenangQ tin Only mllli bare murder has been revealed through the Iscovery of a mysterious grave In a Hopewell township woods the Beaver ounty authorities will probably try o While a farmhand employed by Reed was hunting in a woods on he latters farm he came upon a mound of freshly dug Scrap ng off the he uncovered a box ike wooden about four feet fitted with a trap Insldo vault was what appeared to be a roughbox such as employed to encase jurial By hard work he succeeded In lift ng the box from the only to find It was so tightly spiked that he could not open He to the a mile and then re turned to the accompanied by both men equipped with tools with which to open the strange On approichiug the vault they were startled to find that the which the farmhand had left on the surface was Everything else was as had been described to Three strange men In a wagon are said to have been seen driving near the Reed It is supposed that the persons who made the grave watched the farmhands op orations from concealment anfl splr ited the box away aa soon as he wen to the farmhouse for An In veatlgatlon will be 1 Girl Deipondent Ends erlne nineteen years old daughter of Calvin Hllllard of Frost near drank strychnjne am The who was a domestic li the home of Aaron Depp of Frostburg left a notesaylng she was desponden because her parents would not coi sent to her marriage with a youn man who had been her playmate 1 childhood and her sweetheart for th last five v meeting at Cadiz Prank a Sici pried open jail window bars and made his Red near founded In ill observe the 100th anniversary of he dedication of its pipe which s still lu on heavler hanalr flying machine that can uilt at a nominal cost haa been de signed by an electri and a potent applied Yeggmen xoke Into Rldenours store st Brlce blew the postofflce safe and topk been ope Gas Explodes Woman May Au tin Rtnehart of Delpherie was probabl fatally burned in a gas He buiband regulating ttas conne tlong at the kttohori stove when tojf gas ifnited and Rjiuenart clothing set on about In stamps and In the Ji the1 employers be re quired to issue uniform pay state designating the name oftthe the name ot the the colHory where the amount of wages the class of the contract Shall be made for a period of one After the convention had adjourned t President Lewis said that the conven tion had appointed the national presi dent and the three district presidents to get Into communication with the representatives of the operators for the purpose of agreeing upon a time when a joint conference of the repre of the miners and operators would be It the operators agree to this Lewis said that probably the miners would be represented toy the national the three dis trict presidents and a delegate from each local in the anthracite coal fields He could he forecast when the Joint ba for that depended upon the operators agreeing to hold he says he catches her and hugs and kisses her on the street or any where he sees Josephine a pretty had her John The Boors were married less than a year ago and separated a abort time after their Boor waa released after giving a bond to TOe Marathon Race At YOUNGS THEATRE FRIDAY and SATURDAY Read This What is perhaps the most remark able motion picture yet secured Is that which shows the great marathon race in the recent Olympic games in The picture Is Being shown at opera house this k where the incidents of the great longt distance match are being lustily It is a most vivid reproduc tion of It shows the immense throng that witnessed the event and the start and supplemented by the distribution of the who was disqualified be cause of a IB plainly seep enter Ing the stadium ahead of all th QtlW but aided by hjs the who awarded the Is the moit con aptououB figure In the grandstand lij wonderful exhibition tft the massed t UK   

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