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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - August 10, 1900, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Independent in established in new August if paid in advanced immediately Convene con if to Deal 1vith heard the speeches of the and his ticket accepting their Richardson Cut his speech immediately recognized the entire Bryan never appeared to better his face was slip Ritly hut his Eye was Clear and Calm and his voice never More completely at his he was dressed in a Black sack which was loosely buttoned about the a White shirt front and White Necktie gave the appearance of coolness which comported Well with the speakers personal his voice was tar reach inst and that he was heard at a great distance was made evident by the that people far out in the crowd listened apparently us intently my As so As am an de Iiara Mil i of Llie nations Puri use 1 is Ali j Lish Lish a stable form of Piven inuit in to philippine just As we Are now a stable form of j catholics who the Notilia it Lon of William Bryan and Adlai Stevenson of their nomination by democrats at their recent Kansas City convention to the otties respect ively of president and vice president of the United states was made the occasion of demonstration with which the democrats May fee fairly said to have Beau their National the notification occurred a the military a Beautiful shaded tract of ground in the Center of the the Park contains probably acres of and it was Well Cov ered with in the Vicinity of the speakers stand the crowd was very and the entire Park was Well probably a majority of them were from other portions of while Many also came from Distant there was also a quite general gathering of the members of the democratic National of the members of the two committees appointed to make lie Olli Cial were also the occasion was therefore regarded As of Inatio Ual the ceremony was preceded by a Parade Over the principal streets of the which was participated in by a number of visiting and local democratic these acted As an escort to the notification and the cavalcade was an imposing five speeches were mayor of adding a welcoming address to the notification speeches of representative Richardson and governor and responses wore made by and the weather was but ithe close of the ceremonies a slight Breeze alleviated to some extent he suffering occasioned by the High Tern at one time it appeared As if actual suffocation might be the re sult of the terrible crowding in front of the stand where the ceremonies of tacks and much personal discomfort failing at no evil the speeches were made was elevated about six feet above the Park and sat the candidates and their families and the members of the National commit tee and of the notification commit tees As Well As a few invited or Bryan sat near the Center of the just to the left of chairman who Bryan and occupied adjoining and Stevenson also in the same As did sen Ator congressman Richardson and governor and the meeting was called to order m a Brief speech by mayor who introduced senator As Perma nent chairman of the senator Jones made no upon taking the confined his re Marks to the simple introduction of the speakers to the congressman in of to whose lot As Perma nent chairman of the National Conven fell the duty of of his made first of the nomination probably no Man Ever made an important speech under greater difficulties the Sun was throwing its rays directly upon Many of the and besides they were present to hear or in this where a hand Oitice Down could not be and once raised could not be lowered were old frail women and Small soon the mass began to Sway Back and Forth through the efforts of those in the rear to get nearer the there were a few More and it became necessary to get some of the feebler people out of the there were loud cries of Cut it Short Bryan a we cant stand it Here and other signs of for a time Richardson did not appear perturbed by this but when there appeared to be real danger of serious results he brought ins re Marks to a somewhat precipitate speaking for Only about notwithstanding the general confusion in Ichardson was liberally a especially when he of Sulu slavery and Oriental there was an immediate change of deportment on the part of the crowd when or Bryan he was introduced by chairman a Light Breeze sprang bringing Relief to the overheated mass of after applause the crowd quieted Down and remained Well behaved throughout the delivery of the there were occasional cries of louder when Bryan first began to but these were offset by Hnz Tab for the after a few Eon v tests of this kind the auditors made to further signs to applaud tiie Points of the Bryan read his departing not from Bis manuscript except in a word of explanation at the beginning of big he was sitting Ini to the left of senator Jones he was presented by that Geu he Rosc promptly and was is Dill those who sat on the among the sentiments of the speech i which were applauded with Especial zest were those declaring that under existing circumstances we dare not j educate the Philippines lest they learn to read the declaration of ind Pendi ence and the Constitution of the Toni to pm that we would never agree j to change the glory of this country for that of All that it is not necessary to own a people to j Trade with and that the com Mand of co be into All the world and preach the gospel had no Gatling gun there was also general cheering Over the speakers Promise to Convene con Gress immediately to remedy the philippine situation if he were to part of the address received the ear nest commendation that was bestowed upon the this called out an outburst that was both tumultuous and Bryan spoke a few words extemporaneously in introducing his All of which except the ration was read from j the closing sentences were repeated j from memory in a most effective Man the extemporaneous introduction was As follows i feel that i owe an apology or explanation to the people who arc to for the fact that i must read what pleasant to me and More agreeable to von to speak without but 1 want j o reach larger constituency which we reach through the new spa for it is a thousand times As i numerous As any crowd that could Asj sem Lile and therefore in order that i May speak to All throughout the land i have committed to writing j what i desire to say and will ask for your indulgence while i read my j speech Bryan in the course of his speech advanced four Points As the contentions of the defenders of imperialism As to the Philippines As follows to must improve the present Opportunity to become a world Power and enter into International politics our commercial inter ests in the philippine islands and in the Orient make it necessary for us to hold the islands the spread of the Chris Tian religion will be facilitated by a colonial honorable Retreat from the position which the nation Lias the first argument is addressed to the nations Pride and the second to lie nations the third is in tended for the Church member and the fourth for the he said in part that it is a sufficient answer to the first argument to say that for More ban a Century this nation has been a world As o the he said in part it is not necessary to own people in order to Trade with we carry on Trade today with every part of the and our Commerce has expanded More rapidly than the Commerce of any european a Harbour and Coaling station in the Philippines would answer every Trade and Mili tary necessity and such a Concession could have been secured at any time without Farmers and Labouring men As a Small incomes and under sys tems which place the tax upon con sumption pay Moret Lian their fair share of the expenses of the govern thus the very people who receive least Benefit from imperialism will lie injured most by the military burdens which accompany As to the lie said in if what Lias been terms the Gunpowder gospel were urged against the Philip Pines it would be a sufficient answer to say that a majority of the Philip Pines Are now members of one Branch of the Christian hut the Princi ple involved is one of much wider application and challenges serious i we cannot approve of this doctrine in one place unless we j Are willing to apply it if Mere is Poison in the blood of the hand if will ultimately reach the it is equally True that forcible if planted under the american hag in the faraway will sooner or later ice transplanted upon american it be known that our missionaries air i Iii sous instead of sovereignty let it be known that instead of the Advance guard of they Are going Forth to and to it i Rajie Jii Veu to our Wii cordial than the Welcome f the missionaries f any fic of Liv lie the y if was to give Independence to the is have promised to drive Independence to the to Rosiee he Phiiip pinos from outside interference while they work Mil their As we have Ilie republics of South cedi Iraq and Roe pledged to protect Bryan was follow d by i of who introduced Thomas spoke Only about he a lived very general attention and was frequent and generous Stevenson was apparently slightly As the time approached for Liim to take the but lie soon gained Confidence As he Bryan led the Liberal applause which greeted flip Appe Araneo of his Feu or candidate As lie advanced to the and Many Points of the speech were liberally punctuated by a repetition of applause As the speaker lie read from but held the majority of his to the Stevenson in the course of his speech reviewed the platform practically in endors ing its Stevenson closed amid Liberal senator Jones then declared Ilie meeting adjourned sine Hanna Heath to i Ulm the chairman Riff Campaign he Usu docs in aug Mark chairman d the Republican National left this City for Boskou where it to look Over the work of his and exam Ine the political situation in chairman Haiina return Here on saturday today the National chairman will be the guest at of the Boston j commercial club and of Friday he will be entertained at dinner by o number of Bay state Hausa announced the advisory committee is now practically completed and that he would make Knox Vul the names of the 18 lumbers Early next among the important Cullers at tie i National Headquarters were coils i a brother to the Sei Lator tarns chairman of the Deepti lican state committee of Minnesota former governor of and general of Perry Secretary of the National for he expressed regret that he had been unable to Pursuit la chairman Hanuka to Tuku the opponents of the liquor Traille and drink Iii convened in thirtieth animal convention of the Catholic total abstinence Union of be Gan Here and will continue until about 300 delegates Are in attendance from nearly every state in the previous to Titi business session sol emn pout oficial High muss was celebrated at the Cathedral by archbishop the Sermon was preached by mousing 11 or Rector of the Catholic University at the convention decided to Send a cablegram to the giving a sum Mary of the work of the Union during the 30 years of and asking papal a committee on credentials was fire Mielbye Tubi Ami Boston Kloct Rudent Itu rued in Iii a lire at Beaver Wlinich broke out in the works of the Shelby tube come any totally destroyed i Itiat spread to the factory of the Huston electro Luct company and soon Laid it in the firemen 1 were powerless to stay the Progress of the to ladies and later the Mills of the Union drawn steel company were i with tin chances largely in favor of the lanies spreading to Adja cent a conservative estimate i placed the loss at i Fairmount store general and retail opium and Oil largest Stock in thu All purchased prior to Wall to have the entire line of the largest factory in the United 300 samples to select 5 cents to per Nerly to he new of the i Lilied site i inuit Ren dered an opinion indicates that an order for the of Charles noely to the cuban authorities trill i turned 012 August impaired digestion and a torpid Are the most common ail ments that arc responsible for that listless hat makes the summer a dreaded period to s Many Lle Rhine will cure it improves digestion and arouses the liver to Normal 1rich if one will by Kim across the Cunti neut Fri ii Lii re candidates will new a by and Henry respectively the candidates for president and vice presi Ilcent on the prohibition will travel across tile United states Anil Back on a special prohibition plans for the train with and literature and a Irlee club discussed at a recent meet Nir of the the special will Start from Chicaro Early in and Ayo Olly and Metcalf will be accompanied by Oliver chairman of the prohibition committee professor Samuel executive chairman Joshua of the presidential candidate in i sati Hale of and in the different states the candidates on the state prohibition tickers will join the train and make i praised by Wise the late James Freeman Clarke used to Tell this amusing Story of his j dog at one time my dog was fond of going to the railway station to see the and i always ordered him to go fearing he be Hurt by the he easily understood that if he went there contrary to tiry he was near the if he saw me he would look the other Way and pretend not know if he met me anywhere he always bounded to meet me with great but at the station it was quite different lie would pay no attention to my whistle or my he even pretended to be another dog and would look me right in the face without apparently recognizing he gave me the Cut direct in the most impertinent the reason evidently being that he knew he was doing what was wrong and did not like to be found possibly he May have relied a Little on my nearsightedness in Spriner and summer now the most Complete line have Ever ladies tailor made jackets and silk Waist s to or most Complete product Ever sent out from any it needs no words of it Speaks for it Light and say Luck Cream Pillsb Lirije new Bethlehem Fairmount m do the Bur that the Victory at the Iirma nent a in listion t Rhos islands necessary is also unsound we won a naval Victory it but that did not compel us to hold the shedding of american blood in the philippine isl ands does not make it imperative that we should retain Possession there is an honorable solution of the philippine it is Forth in the democratic platform and it is submitted with Confidence to the american this plan i unreservedly if elected i shall Convene Congress he and others that Inge crud tic a nerd its it men of the second brigade suffered greatly from the heat during inspection and Many cropped out of the ranks was seriously the inspection was very the various regi ments making a creditable governor major Mil Ler and the inspectors expressed them selves As highly general John Wiley and of the second witnessed the review and in sped i tile general Burch ields Regis was the first to take the j then came the colonel Thompson in Wlinich was followed by colonel James Banic trs famous fighting immediately after the inspection of the j tenth the regiment was drawn up n i line and the men stood at present j arms while colonel presented the Battle scarred flags to govt Retior Stone to be deposited in the Flag j room t the Capitol at i i later governor Stone Anil on Oral Miller attended the Tion of colonel Willis sixteenth regiment and Frank it tied i Titis completed re of Jeneral Wileys the til corps of the and third Bri were and i in the litter and ambulance boar Tho signatory Ivy it a ended to whom do you intend to give the villains part asked the of answered the what that stick exclaimed the Hes the Only one explained the then give me Back my said the you dont intend to with draw the answered the i of ill to revise the villain int killed of until the act is it stands you fatality follows failure i to cure in if in earlier of Brails disease ii is you i have Noil in fr0m it is not to ignore when a like j cure be i Nusier i1 i goods goods i Good honest goods at honest do you want to Deal on this basis the buying Public will Witul in my store a Choice to variety or general 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