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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                BSTABLISHBB f PRICE 2 CENTS PER TAFtIN BRYAN IN WEST Former Urges Hearers to Aban don Democratic Party COMMONER SPEAKS IN DENVER Southerners They Have All to Gain and Nothing to Lose by Vot ing Republican Tells Westerners That Republican Party Dare Not Publish Names of Con to Their Address Large and Cordial Nebraskan Tafta keynote for Tennessee and the south was struck by the candidate at Throughout the which was spent In traversing the he has followed the same line of argument and met with the same hearty With verbal umpllfl cation Judge Taft emphasized this ar gunieut Wdth the material Interests of the south dependent upon the continuance of the Republican with Ing historic tradition demanding aeonje to voie tM Democratic ing iiieanwlTiie for flie suc cess of southern Democracy nothing but a tail to north fern Democracys then why not now take the first political cold go politically where the material in terestsof the country demand and yole the Republican So great was the for the j jaridldate that hs llnersry In tiiei state was increased Me spoke during the nsd evening at Hr Johnson City and an al nlght run lie will reich this morning and Knoxville nnd Bristol gave the candidate the big demonstra tions of the He reached Knox vllle at 1 oclock and remained an Last night at Bristol he ad dressed an audience in the Chatitatiqua Democratic candidate for presi was the guest of Denver for sev eral last In spite of a threatening accentuated by flt firl great crowds lined the streets through which the candidate rode to the where he de livered the principal speech of a pro gram ot All along tho I line of march he was received With enthusiastic More than two score marching clubs from all parts Colorado followed the candidate through the and as he proj grossed the glow of red fire and other pyrotechnics added to the brilliancy the eJattrlcal ofjacts especiallyar CREMATION is Get the latest information by sending your address to prrTSBtrBOH mo 433 Sixth Call when in the City PARIS CLOAK HOUSE 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 A Home 53 Mercer Street The GUlespie property by Newell is offered 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 the The of campaign contri butions gave Bryan a text and he his speech on the guaranty of bank deposits with a discussion of the publicity plank of the Democratic party and called on the Republican pfiirty to beas honest with the crew of the Burlington train Was changing at he spoke to a crowd which occupledevery available bit of space In the little val ley about th4 Here he again called attention to the fact thnt the national committee had followed out the indentions of the platform plalik of publicity and said that the Republi cans would not take the people into their confidence In the same PLUCKtD FKuMI i ricskA German Arrive at After Tnrllllng North sea still continues to give up its balloon vic Word has reached Here that the German balloon Platieu and its occu pants had been picked up by a fishing vessel 240 miles from Spurn Head ami landed at The Pitmen was one of the balloons that started from here In the endurance test on Monday with twentyeight other en The under com mandof Lieutenant Is tho only one that is now unaccounted But a message from this balloon was picked up near in Han over It is was written on wan as follows x 9 height me Direction and place probably near the Meteorological show that the wind at that time was blow Ing in the direction of the and It is certain that the Hergesell was blown to the the direction taken by the majority of the other and if she is found at all she will be found in thewaters of the North vessels are still searching the all outgoing have been notified at various ports to be on Vhe and it Is possible that the tVo men who ascended In the Herge seil may have been Ella Mor rison o who has been lying in an Unconscious condition for a has recovered consciousness vere son ofvClarence the multimillionaite magnate of has accepted a position as an assistant Draftsman at the Hose avenue car Oct j Toreno and Frank Rosetwo desperate Ital ians who were in jail on a chargl of Sheriff Martin and made their Toreno waa captured by a Rose is still at v George a totally blind retired dropped with heart disease the Stars and Stripes from the winnow of his resi dence in honor of a reunion of Grand Army Rich arreatid at Mount for ocked Con stable David The officer while flat on fired threeshots at the fleeing ing fatal V Keep It on Hand And colds nuy any membet of lhe family my Miny cold hu been much icknai and luffenng HMbeen pvtnepromptuw of PUDS There it nothing likeit toJKeak upcougKi tod There is no bronchUI of lung trouble that it will not Free front opjales or hunuui Fine fot At sill 26 cfe VERIBEST RUBBER A thicker coating than any other lubber Roofing on the Npth ag better regardless of feeds no GET OUR MeHenryMlllhouse South IVINQSTOIHiOYER DITCHED IN MIDST OF FLAME Women and Children Burn to Death FIFTEEN LIVES ABE LOST f Forest Fire Overtakes F Refugees in Michigai LOATH TO They Delay Departure TooLong and Meet Terrible Fa per sons lost their lives In the burning of the Detroit and Mackinaw railway re lief which was carrying in habitants of the little village twentythree miles north pf to safety from the forest were sweeping away their The illfated train was ditched by spread Ing rails at Nowiokl a few miles south of the refu gees were forced to abandon the cars and rush for either track with burning forests on Cither side or into the ploughed fleldi near the Following is the list of dead fn the William brakeman Arthur man John John age Jo age three Kp age seven GeoV Margaret age two age third Cicero age eight Emma Pau line age nine Mary age three Minnie age eight Eleven of the victims were women and who were unable to es cape quickly enough from the gondola car which they wore Their charred bodies were found there when rescuers reached the Two of the men victims were members of the train Four additional fatalities ooourred in the neighborhood of the wreck last and Fred Wagner died from heat and exhaus tion on their farm near the ecene of the wreck and and Fred No lost their lives In their burning house near the where the wreck People Slow to When the forest fires closed In about the little village a special train of three empty box cars and two coal gondolas was rushed to Metz In charge of John conductor Wil liam engineer Arthur and William brake As rapidly as possible the people and their goods were loaded into the Some refused to abandon their goods or the train might have left earlier and have reached Alpena in When the train finally started there were about 100 frightened per The flames were already sweeping through the Engi neer Foster started his train for Al Naaring NowicM Crossing he saw blazing piles of cedar ties on both sHdes of the Opening wide the he tried to dash through at full but the heat had loosened the railsand they bad spread and the train left the Blazing piles surrounded It and in an Instant the cars caught Caught In Awful The terrorstricken caught by the peril from which they were Jumped the cars and rushed down the Three moth evs and their little ones were not quick They were cremated In the gondola where they were William Barrett sprang into the water tank behind the only to be literally boiled to ddath aa the flames swept over Engineer Foster and Kin ville fled down thetrack through the fire and smoke and were the first to reach the village of Posen and report the wreck and aak for assistance from Behind them straggled a burned tqd wounded procession of refugees fromthe wrecked It was a tear ful march over tbe hot ties with the flames from the burning woods on either side of the track roaring and snapping in their Engineer foster Was terribly burned about the head but it is thoughtthat b will Conduc tor was totally by John wife and Albert Hardies and her youhg son were also seriously Many more of the refugees are suffer ing painful The survivors of the frightful expe rience seemed dazed by They seemed vo realty nothing except the necessity for running to escape the intense and menacing It was difficult to get any coherent statements from them as to loss of life In the wreck or as to whether there had been any persons lett behind in a Bay City traveling when he arrived at Poseu said As the train leu the track the heartremlljig cries of women aud chil dren sent a chill over my 1 did not wait to see the as 1 knew j it would be at no avail and every min ute was George also of Bay myself and another mail started We walked down the track toward In some places the flames forced us run and Boston was burned about the face be fore ho reached Several other men left the scene about the same time but when we reached Po Ben they were not to be They may have perished in the There was absolutely no chance to save the women and children from the gondola The time was too It will probably be a week or more be fore it is definitely how many persona perished in the village of The 8re gained a foothold in the town before the train and in all probability many of the citizens were One Man Left Others stated that when the relief train left Metz It carried all the Inhab itants of the village except George Cicero the station who stayed to handle the railroad wire and es caped through plowed fields when the fire reached the only to find bis wife and three children cremated In the wreck of the relief A fourth a boy about eleven years had jumped from the burning car and escaped with but slight injuries The first rejief trainfrom here reached the crossing and brought back the bodies aud those of the refugees whowished to come Some of them were so hysterical from fright that they refused to ride on fearing another Fleet Delayed by BIG CONTRACTS HELD UP But Small Orders In Fair Volume Are Noted by Duns New Weekly Review of Trade says today j Moderate Improvement is Indicated in reports of current from most sections of lhe with pro nounced confidence regarding the fu Although many large undertakings are held back In the Iron and steel In dustry pending the result of the elec tion many email contracts are being placed and specifications on old orders show considerable Progress Is alow but on the whole there Is x distinct Improvement each ex port business continuing llberalt Ore movement on the lakes Is about over for the season and shipments will prob 12DOLLAR CLERK HEAVY BORROWEB Testimony In Morse Trial Is Revelation In High Finance American battleship fleet in arriving at Yokohama was dud to a tremendous storm off the north coast of the Island of Luzon of the The storm began on the morning of 12 and continued until the afternoon of One man was drowned and some damage resulted to the j These details were communnlcated to j the at Tokyo bywire j less from the battleship Connecticut through the special courtesy of thej Japanese The fleet will arrive at Yokohama on the morning of Prices of pig iron aro somewhat lower on contracts for this years but neither nor consumers are eager to operate for shipment in There is a sim ilar reluctance about forward con tracts for makers asking better prices than are There Is a fairly good demand for structural shapes while plates are wanted by oar Only a tew orders for steel rails have been placed this Im provement is pronounced in the prim ary market for cotton buyers exhibiting more and gen erally believed that prices cannot be expected to goany Roosevelt to Visit Times is In formed that President Roosevelt will visit England after his African trip early In He will deliver the Ro manes lecture at on the occasion of the university commemo will receive the honorary de gree of which Oxford already has bestowed upon Emperor According the Roosevelt also will visit Paris and de liver an address at the Neither the dates nor of tihe lectures yet Times further states that according to the present plans Roosevelt will Join the president at Khartoum ontho Journey KUarst For Hearst In a brought Gov ernor he it after a1 dramatic scene in the during which the door of Hearsts stateroom was burst open by a deputy TR1STATE NEWS IN BRIEF Brown eller of Eagle township was accident ally shot while Physicians picked severa hundred shot from We will savage bulldogs attacked Jacob age and tore the flesh of his neck and in such a horrible manner that it is feared he will barn on the farm of exSenator Henry near was destroyed by The loss will reach A tramp Is supposed to have set flre to the Oil Sto an oil well age was instantly killed near Emlentonwhile working on a drilling He was caught by a rope and wrapped around a pull only thirteen days supply of water in the city the water commission ers made arrangements to secure 000 gallons dally from a private com which controls a stream just outside the western city the efforts of the Altoona chamber of commerce the construction of a trolley line from Altoona to Bltord Springs by way ot Morrisons Cove has been definitely McDonough Ga a New York engineering will undertake to construct the road and partly finance the jury In the case of Patrick Shea of the Amal gamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employes and teen employes of the Chester Trac tion charged with destroy ing property of the company Turing a was discharged by JudgeJohn having failed to reach a Sellns refusing to a imbued with the marriage spirit shortly after they Arthur Orr ot Pittsburg and Miss ElcheSUerger of Lew Uburg were married I Each waa betrothed to One of bridal pairty laughingly told an atator escmpajje Tliey wer when tpid the marriage was s T Chicago Grain new factor In the shape of frost in Argentina made its appearance in the local wheat mar ket today and the bulls took advan tage of the situation and forced prices more than 1 cent above the low point ot the Prices at the close were lower to Corn and oats were but December options closed Pittsburg 3 yellow 1 30 Ohio full Cittle Supply air market tidy common to good good oowg and common to Sheep and fair and market Prime goto fair culls veal heavy and of hogs 25 doubln decks market Prime heavy heavy light New youth of until recently n was the star witness at the trial of pro with Alfred former president of the National Bank of North is charged with hav ing violated the national banking a government it had been revealed that a person by the name of Leslie Whiting bad been one of the heaviest borrowers frorU the National Bank of at one time owing the institution as much as There was hardly a week went by in the year of the testimony that Whiting did not borrow giving ice stock principally as At the conclusion of Moxeys testi mony Leslie Whiting was called to the stand and those who expected to see a dignified business man step forward were astonished to se0 smooth cheeked boy of under yews walk nervously to the witness A laugh swept the room aud Hough rapped for J AtterWhlting had been made to scribe how he had come to the notes which made him Indebted to tho bank for such large amounts he was asked Could you have paid this note I hold here for K me answered the I Could you have paid a note pressed the attorney for the proeecu responded a trifle more For half an hour longer the youth WM kept on the stand while a bunch ot letters bearing tbe Lea He and directed the National Bank of North were couched busl1 nawllke gave orders to bank for A transferring v charges ajid renewals ot A sen please And my check for which my The witness that he faad 1 been sent to the bank by big ere to sign tbe He be knew he Incurring an but felt sure bis employers would protect the Wliitlng testified he tad never talked with Morse or Curtis concerning the signing ot I notes or the putting up ot Oct Impoj tant was made in juvenile by the Dauphin county who held that boys could not be legally kept in a detention place awaiting dis position ot theftcasM without a teachyv er being sent to aid in their State Treasurer John Sheatz went Pittaburg to inaugurate proceedings to secure tbe repayment to the state the money it had on deposit In theAl legheny National bankwbfen It In case payment Is not made wKhina few days action at law will dozen or more Northern Musldngum county have organized for the pur pose of resisting depredations among their James McFarland re cently found the carcasaea ot seven dead sheep in his flock which bad been skillfully butchered by thieves during the novel whole sale moving took place at near when fltty ag gregating about 200 with all their household boarded two large barges and came down the Alle 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