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CJ ED Predicts Predctst m mlandslide
t landslide to Bryah BryahFormer rya1 rya1Former
Former President t Asserts His Belief That MeKinley MeKinleyWill McItin IcKinieyWill ey eyVillBe
Will VillBe Be Routed at the Polls and Tells the Rea Reasons Reasons ReaSons ¬
sons in Detail for His Conviction ConvictionSays Says Republicans RIe1 RIe1publicans Re Republicans ¬
publicans Are Making Claims from fromMotives fromMotives fromYEotives
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PhiladelphiaPa Philadelphia Pil Oct Oct29 Oct29Th 29Th 29 29The
Th Times will tomorrow publish the following followingPrinceton followingPrinceton I
Princeton N J Oct 29 29Grov Grover r Cleveland former form r president in an interview today for forthe forthe forthe
the Philadelphia Times predicted a landslide Ian hIid to William Jennings Bryan the theD theDemocratic theDemocraticcandidate Democratic Democraticcandidate
candidate for president presidentHe
He advanced several s veral reasons for forthis this For an hour the Democratic statesman states an fought foughtshy foughtshy foughtshy
shy of any reference to thj th political situation He H urged that he no longer takes tak takesany s any ny active activeinterest a tive tiveinterest tiveinterest
interest in politics and is content to quietly look on Then the conversation conversJt on turned turn d to the theconditions theconditions theconditions
conditions in the west and after a little reminiscent remin 3cent talk Mr Cleveland said saidYoung saidY saidYoung
Young Y oung man you will see a landslide for Bryan the th morning after fter election Of O this I Iam Iam Iam
am confident wnidmtTo confidentTo r rTo
To this the Times man replied that theindications the in indications ications according to Republican leaders are arefavorable are arefavorable re refavorable
favorable to McKinley MeKinleyMr
1 1Of
retorted retortedOf
Mr Cleveland quickly
Of course they are That is policy What I tell you yo is my private privatcopinion privatcopinionThe opinion opinionThe 1
The Times correspondent has no nodou doubt t concerningJhe concerning the formerpresid former presidents nts sincerity sincerityJn sincerityJnhis in inhis inhis
his expressed belief and when he asked skedMr Mr Cleveland what reasons reasonshehadforS9ithiriki he hehadfors9thinkii hehadfors9thinkiihe had forsplhiaking forsplhiakinghe g ghe
he continued continuedYou continuedYou continuedYou
You do not understand the conditions There are elements all over the country at atwork atwork atwork
work which it would be impossible to draw into line for MKinley MKinleyIn
In the first place union labor is for Bryan Of course cour this organization org anization of labor has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been a factor in politics and it certainly is not favorable to the interests of capital capitalThe capitaloThe capitalThe
The traveling men are for Bryan These men who are a small army are of the theopinion tbeopinion theopinion
opinion that the Republican party is i the protector of corporations and by the amalgamation amalgamationof
of the industrial interests many of them have been b en thrown out of employment employmentIn
4 In the northwest in Minnesota in Dakota and Iowa there are many Hollanders HollandersSympathy Hollanderympathy HollandersSympathy
Sympathy for the Boers who are their own flesh and blood will induce them th m to support supportBryan supportbryan supportiryan
Bryan bryanSEE
SEE IF I AFvI NOT CORRECT I have nodesire to be drawn into any controversy controversyover
over the result of the election and if the Republican managers honestly believe that President PresidentMeKinley PresidentMcKmley PresidentMcKinley
McKinley will be reelected it is i my opinion they are mistaken They do not know the situ situMr situation situation
ation
Mr M Cleveland Ce said a he was s out outor of orpolitics politics
MKINLEY WEAVES A HINT OF POLITICS POLITICSINTO POLITICSINTO POLITICSI
I INTO THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION
w 1 < iiton 1I fn Oct 29rThe 9Th The state de defl deI < 1ei
fl I i today t > day < ia issued the following followingPrsilent followingPrsitt
I 1 Prsilent f the th United Sta Staica Starin StatI
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A PRWluVMATIOX PRWluVMATIOXvs I
r l 1is vs pleaaeu pease < Almighty God to tonr toz
1 r z nr u r nation nt I Io in safety and honor honoran I
1 i an uthfOr t her year ear The works of ofitul ofI
r itul I charity have everywhere everywhereiiifpst eVerywbforernnifIOt
1 rnnifIOt iiifpst Our countrythrough countrythroughtnt country through throughXI I
11 < tnt XI nL has been beiwetl be with witht withflLUt
n flLUt I t hirvest rnttt Labor anti the thef
I j r It f thr Mophe hat prospered prosperedproredent p PI ° pelfd
1 1 a proredent prrfdt > nt Our ur ommt ommerco ommercoi > Jc Jcj
H i i V vc r the t th world Our power powern
I n in the cauae eau au nf r frWdtitn frWdtitniiiniT fnPdcornli fr4 fr4iunmnt
iiiniT iunmnt li nmnt nt n have ve extended extt > nId over overis everand
is I and lndA nrt The lives of ofi orpprlIffttath ofprtupfltathes
i i Hprrsentatives and aD many mHn of ofhlna 0 0vl r rin
vl in > II I hlna have been marvel marvelvd marvelbae
S vd We have been stoncr stoncri nfr nfrh
h S < i from pestilence PEtltllfnteand and other othervTuiti oth othr othergr
gr r vTuiti lIltifOli a and fld even ee the tragic tragicn tragichich
n which h hich ih overwhelmed Opr med tho th city citymade ctyV
V t 11 made evident the s IOnti IOntiOJ ntl ntlynpathy ntli
OJ i o S ynpathy lIlatb and Christian < hir
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WIDOW KILLS HER SON WITH WITHBECAUSE HATCHET HATCHETBECAUSE HATCHETI
I BECAUSE HE SMOKED CIGARETTES
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t 1I sa a Tenn Oct S tThe tTheJ The Thef
J of Of f Otffor t iiffo Cawthorn hora the tb 1 1n 11 11f IS
S n f nf ° < f fawldow a widow wWlo w > found at att atnlftht atnight
t night tying ItI Iyin on a bed bE < I In a aoofi a1nnI ai
1nnI i oofi oi his head backed ba < kt > d to toh toi o oT
T i hakht whi whleh < h Wit Iyln IylnI
I h > building wan an on lit ard
firemen discovered the body I
Mrs 11 Cawthorn the mother confessed confessedtoday confeaaedtoSay feMed feMedtolJay
today that she he committed < the deed and andthat andthBt andthat
that It was hi h Intention IDte tlon to kill kUlwholfO the thewho thewhok
who wholfO family She said lei the boy was wasbail wagta1 I
bail IU and smoked cigarettes and she shedlhd
killed him for that reason
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TRADES UNIONIST SAYS CHINESE CHINESELABOR
I LABOR WILL SOON BE E Ii MENACE AGAIN i
York Oct aThe The Chinese Chineseex ex exact
5 > act will expire e Ift in 1W2 Unless Unlessthe Un UnI I
1 I the t he alertChinamen a Clabuunen will pour pourus
i k
us and the country win be beh beIh
t S Ih h heap hea Chinese labornan labor labornn
i I nan nn Jaues 7U 1Mre c lre of ofI the t Ci Cirnion i
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n r rnion nude tnto tft tnl annonne annonneii 1IOtI d
> ii 1 a weetinc ateetin eet of that body bedyi bedyI I
1 wii LhtOlVeth1s = h to gire Iftth this tfmelr irkrulue I
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ity by virtue of which we are one oneunited oneunited
united unit people peQpleXoow peopleNow I IXov
Now therefore I William McKinley McKinleypreSIdent j
president pre8id nt of the United States do here hereby hereby ¬
by appoint and set apart Thursday Thursdaythe
the 29th th of November X ember next to be ob observed observed ¬
served by all the people of the United UnitedStates Un UntedStates lid lidStattlt
States at home or r abroad as a day of oftbanJul ofthnkzgivbt j jrhanhsgivteic
rhanhsgivteic tbanJul < < jvtnJt and nd praise to him who whoheldit ho hohol I Iholds
holds hol the nations nat lfIUI in the hollow of his hishand j i
hand I recommend mend that they gather gstherin i iIn
In their several places pla < E8 of worship and anddevoutly anddewtutly nd nddfOVutb I
devoutly give him thanks for the pros prosperity prosptrity ¬ I
perity wherewith he has endowed us usfor WIor usor
for or seed time tlU1 and harvest for the valor valorrtfvotion valorrIoUon valordtotion
rtfvotion and humanity of our armies armiesan annlfsanl armiesanti
an anti < 1 navjes navJ and for > 1 all his boneiits to toUII tous i ius
us as individuals < and as a nation and andthat aridthat t ld ldthat
that th they y humbly hunbl pray for the con continuance contlnua continuanco ¬
tinuance tlnua of his bl divine favor avor for con concord conlOM contoi
cord toi d and amity with other oth r nations naU n and andfor andflJr andn
for n the th righteousness and peace in all nilbm allur
1 bm > us ways WI naysln ay i iIn IIn
In witness itnP whereof wher r I have hereunto hereuntowt
< wt t rry hand and caused au the seal of the theUnited tbePlllte1 the1flltekl
United States St tt8 to be affixed affixedWILLIAM afflxPdWILLIA altixedVILLiAM
WILLIAM f MKIXLKY lIKI LBY I
continued the chairman so that labor laboring labOrI laborlug ¬
lug I men and women throughout the theUnited theUnittd theUnited
United States shall take measures nte UrtS to
have another exelu exclusion lon bill passed
Visit your congressman and see how howhe howhe howhe I
he stands 8ta ds on the question Put him on onrerord onreiord l lrf
rerord rerordThe rf reiordThe ord ordJlIp
The m meeting < etinj resolved to tl call all th < at attention attentin ¬
tention ol on 11 trades to the exclusion exclusionact
act l i iI
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OFFERS CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONSAlliance
Alliance 0 Oct Si IThis This city ell tonight tonightwas tonl tonightwatt ht htwas
was tile scene of one of the biggest JYJUt JYJUtJcal itulitical KilU KilUical
ical meetings meeUn ever held in the old Me MeKinley McKinley MeKinley ¬
Kinley district The meeting embraced embracedthe
the dedication of a mammoth foundry found 1 1building
building of the Morgan Engineering En1n rJng com comun comPltIU cornpatty
patty one of the chief oIroduct8 of which
Is the dl disappearing aPlJoellrlng gun un carriages ue used < i
In the coast defenses The temoorary temooraryrovl
Meets ta were ere provided rovl le l for 2ft000 OO and near JHarf ¬
ly f very one f wan occupied Nearly all the
surrounding towns contributed ut delegations tf tfand
and bands Canton sending ndlns 4000 < 000 jieoule
A parade more than a mile long preceded
th the nvetln nvetlnStewTirt meetIng tlng
Stewart U 1 Woodford former minister
to Spain was the chief speaker He spoke
chUily chit iY y of the war with Spain and Its 1s 1sConsrrB
sued BUellCongres suedCOhlg55flafl
ConsrrB COhlg55flafl man K W Taylor followed Mr
Woodfonl A letter from President Me Ic ¬
Kinley I wan read in the meeting and was
th occasion nr for a tremendous r de nf demonstra 8
Uon The crowd save round after round roundof roundoC roundof
of cheer The letter follows followy
My y Dear Sir Your favor of recent recentC
date < l Ue Is received C inviting t me to be pre prebuiMing pratteat
eat at the ltepuitlican bl mass meeting r to be
htld thlM evening in thlil new foundr foundry
building of the Mor Morgan ttn n Engineering com company company1 cornp5ev ¬
pany pany1 I recall l > all that tb t for more than twenty
years tII it was my habit to meet annually annuall
the people 1K0 > 1e of Alliance and vicinity in
political discussion dl uSlI > n Many times Um in that thatperiod thatperiod thtported
period I have addressed worklngmen In
the old shops of the company companyT
T With 1th the memories qf these meetings meetingsit meetln
I deeply regret it to flint that my engage engagementx engdgcmenta engagemenu
menu < will orevent me from being nres nreseDt oresant nresent
eDt for it would be a real pleasure o ogreet Qgreet ogreet
greet my myoid old friends on an occasion oeca lon like
thin which marks the Industrial progrese progressof progreseeA
of eA Alliance secured aecued etA through tA adherence h e to
the principles I of the e Republican t lc party ef for f
the endorsement endor ement of which you meet to tonljrht tonlrh tonight
night nljrhtTh nightThs tThis t
Th This
8 great addition to your corn cornlean companys cornytanys
panys plant 18 a happ happy omen for luner
lean labor and a practical demonstration demonstrationof
of a prosperous business Such exten extenitons extenadons extenstons
itons of Industry Indicate widening mar
ktis and increasing increa 1ng prosperity while
they insure r larger r demand for the la ¬
bor of the vorklnpnien and additional additionalcomforts addltlonatcomforts additionalecmforts
comforts for their homes American la ¬
bor and capital working w rking han tn n hand handare handare handare
are of mutual advantage and rlendly
cooperation will secure Indo I til tilutnpns 111umptL UIumpha
utnpns as yet y t unknown I have sym sympathy SDlpahy syrnpierhy ¬
pathy with tbosA tllo teachings which incite inciteenvy inciteen inciteenvy
envy en and hate hat among am ng our people > and i
woud divide them into hostile camps campstay campsIt
Iay tay this great meeting stamp with
Its It disapproval i the e wicked doctrine vneWI vneWIclan of ofclass ofclass
class dlt distinction < tlnctJon which has no place in inour Inour inour
our free tr government and mark a dis ¬
tinct advance In good relations between betweenemployer betwe n ntmployer nemployer
employer and employed Permit me to tocongratulate tocongratulate
congratulate = lis the Morgan Engineering
company its great t body rf rfaU of workers and andall andall
all gathered at this meeting upon the
encouragement which such an ssem em
blage gives to the cause sea of sound money monayprotection
protection an4 n nattoqHi tiopt honor Very sin ¬
cerely yours yoursColonel
yoursVILLIAM VILL VILLIAM l1KINLEY
Colonel Colon W H Morgan President Pre fdent Ke Roubitcan
pubilcan Mass Meeting MeetiD MeetiDAlliance
Alliance 0 OJ 0J 0T
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J T H SchrIever Dead DeadBaltimore DeadBaltimore DeadBaltimore
Baltimore 3Jd rd Oet 29 9J J M MBohrlever 11hrl MShrlever
Bohrlever hrl > vfl K genl ne l passenger JfUISen er agent of oftho ofthp ofthe
the i H < < o mllvo raIlroad a d died suddenly to today today
day o ot apoplexy aloll aged 5 50
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FilRTY SUPPO1EDTU BE E EKILLED I
KILlED BVEXPOSIONS x 4 EXPLOSOS EXPLOSOSFire
Fire Reaches Chemicals and nd Causes a Disaster in inNew inNew
= New York Blowing On One B Building ilding High I in Air ArFlames AirIr
Ir IrFlames <
Flames Spread and Cause a LOSS of 1500OOO1Ylany 1500OOO1YlanyPersons 1500000ManyPersons
Persons Are Injured
New York Oct 29 29S As the result resultof resultofa of ofa
a small fire several sev rnl explosion explosionnoZ pf chem chemicals chem chemicals chembale ¬ I
icals occurred in Tarrant Cois Co drug drugstore drugstore drugstore ¬
store at Warren and Greenwich streets streetstoday streetstoday
today and blew down a dozen buildings buildingsand buildingsand
and badly damaged a score of others othersThe othersThe hers hersThe 1
The loss of life is not knoi knonn n but from fromall fromall fromalt
all sources of information it it is s S gatheredthat gathered gatheredthat a tho ered
that there are perhaps the theboales boflies of ofthirty ofthirty ofthirty
thirty persons in the ruins though be because because because ¬ j
cause of the hot debris and the slow slowness slowness slowness ¬
ness of the coolness coolnCtiSoC of it no body had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been removed up to midnight midnightChief midnibhtChief midnighLChief
Chief Croker of the t e fire department departmentsaid departm nt
said tonight that the loss is fully 1500
000 000The
The buildings destroyed < l were a seven sevenstory scvenstory sevenstory
story brick and stone structure occu occupied occupied occupled ¬
pied by Tarrant Co wholesale drug druggists druggists druggists ¬
gists the F T Witte Hardware Co Coand Coand Coand
and Breltenbach Co manufacturers manufacturersof manur manufactu ctuers ctuersof ors orso
of o patent medicines medicinesA
A sevenstory brick building occu occupied occupIed occupied ¬
pied by Eppens Smith a Weinman Co Cocoffee Cocoffee Cocoffee
coffee roasting house houseA
A fivestory brick building occupied occupiedby I
by Locke Conklin produce dealers dealersDouglas dealersDouslas dealersDouglas
Douglas Co o cheese Kahn bajcers bajcerssupplies baeresupplies
supplies and Hopping HOJtPI ng Campfleld Campfleldbroom Ca Campfleldbroom m pfield pfieldbroom
broom sticks and broom straw strawA
A sixstory brick occupied by Aller Allerdried Allerdried Allerdried
dried fruits Havens drug store and andspice andspice andspice
spice company and Flake Co Peo Peo3ora Peodora
dora ora Acentins and Cuneo Cun o fruit deal deaUers dealene dea1era
ers ersFivesiory Fivestory brick used as a hotel hotelFivestory hotelFivestory
Fivestory FIvesto brick occupied by the Mor Morris Morris Morris ¬
ris Jackson Flag company and Hart HartCo HartCo HartCo I
Co butter and cheese cheeseFivestory cheeseFivestory cheeseFivestory
Fivestory brick occupied by Shlev Shlevley ShlevIe Shievley
ley Ie printers supplies O OKeefe OKeefeShlevley OKeefeShievley Keefe KeefeShlevley
Shlevley printers Morris Jackson Flag Flagcompany Flagcompan Flagcompany
company and Boerne butter and eggs eggsA elS elSA eggsA
A fourstory brick unoccupied unoccupiedFourstory unoccupIedFourstory unoccupiedFourstory
Fourstory brick occupied by Behr Behrnan Behrnan Behrnan
nan produce and Kornaheens storage storageand storageand storageand
and screens screensFourstory 5ele4nsFourstory screensFourstory
Fourstory brick occupied by Ernest Ernestsaloon Ernestsaloon Ernestsaloon
saloon Hesse Ohlsbuhls supplies suppliesGranatto suppliesGranatto suppliesGranatto
Granatto bananas bananasSevenatory bananasSevenstory bananasSevenstory
Sevenstory occupied by Eppins EpplnsSmith EppinsSmith EppinsSmith
Smith Co teas and coffees coffeesFivestory coffetsFivestolJ coffeesFivestory
Fivestory brick occupied by Hart Hartman Hartman Hartman
man embossing and stamping card cardboard cardboard rd rdboard
board factory XJfsitch cigars JRosen JRosenherg Rosen Rosenberg Rosenberg
berg saloon saloonThe saloonThe saloonThe
The work of the firemen saved the thebuildings thebuildings thebuildings
buildings fronting on Chambers street streetfrom streetfrom streetfrom
from total destruction and the fire was washalted washalted washalted
halted after It had eaten about 100 feet feetsouthward feetsouthward feetsouthward
southward into the block below War Warren Warren Warrca ¬
ren street streetThere streetThere streetThere
There were thirtyfive persons re reported r rported yeported ¬
ported missing and 100 men women womenand womep womepand vnmenand
and children are on the list of the in injured hijUled Injured ¬
jured juredThe jUledThe juredThe
The search for bodies is going on and andwill andWJtl andwill
will be continued all night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The explosion shook the lower 10Weleld end of ofManhattan ofManhattan ofManbattsn
Manhattan Island like an earthquake earthquakehurling earthquakehurling earthquakehurling
hurling a sevenstory building into the theair theair theair
air and set fire to two blocks of build buildIngs buildIngs buildIngs
Ings IngsThe IngsThe IngsThe
The big bi building of Tarrant Co Comakers Comakers Comakers
makers of medical specialties standing standingat
at the northwest corner of Greenwich Greenwichpnd
pnd Warren streets and filled with withchemicals withchemicals
chemicals teok fire In some way that thatmay thatmay thatmay
may never be known at about 1215 this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon It was sixteen t minutes n nbouse after afternoon a afternoon
noon that i a citizen fz rushed into o fire firehouse firehouse
house No 16 on Chamber street near nearGreenwich nearGreenwich nearGreenwich
Greenwich and shouted that Tarrants Tarrantsdrug Tarrantsdrug Tarrantsdrug
drug house was on fire lIe had seen seena
a volume of black smoke coming from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the thirdstory windows One fire com company company cornpany ¬
pany had Just arrived when a terrific terrificexplosion terrificexplosion terrificexplosion
explosion bccurred and threw the entire entireengine enUreengine entireengine
engine crew down the stairway The Thefiremen Thefiremen Tilefiremen
firemen realizing the danger of their theirposition theirpositlol1 theirposition
position rushed out of the building to tothe tothe tothe
the street The explosion had filled fiUedthe fiUedthestreet the thestreet thestreet
street In front with a shower of falling fallinggloss fallingglnss fallingglass
gloss and small debris which scattered scatteredthe scatteredthe scatteredthe
the crowd which had gathered gatheredon on the theoouoslte theoP theopposite
opposite oP > oslte sidewailcs sidewailcsEngineer sidewa1csEngineer aidewahicSEngineer
Engineer Pocksbury and Fireman FiremanBrown FiremanBrown FiremanBrown
Brown were W > 1f injured by falling glass as aswas aswas aswatt
was another fireman belonging U t tibc tbgcmnan bc bccomvan
comvan
Captain Devanney of the company or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered his crew back Into the building buildingagain buildingagain buildingagain
again They weredragging the line to tothe tothe tothe
the doorway the second time when whencame whencame Yhencame
came an explosion more terrific than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the first and the thewhole whole crew was hurl hurled hurled hurled ¬
ed across acros Greenwich Greenwich street streetDevanney streetDevanney streetDevanney
Devanney was feo badly badl injured that thathe thathe thathe
he was sent td t a hospital In the mean meantime meantime meantime ¬
time the other engines that had re responded responded ccsponded ¬
sponded to the alarm halt collected and andthe andthe andthe
the firemen were busy rescuing people peoplefrom peoplefrom ieop1efrom
from surrounding buildings Firemen Firemenhad Firemenhad Firemenhad
had already taken many girls down downthe downthe downthe
the only fire escape upon the building buildingand buildingand buildingand
and more persons had been carried carrieddown carrieddown carrieddown
down the escape of the Home Ho restau restaurant restaurant rentaurant ¬
rant next door and the buildings ad adJoining adjoining adjoining
Joining on Warren street streetBuilding streetBuilding reet reetlluilding
Building Leaps Into Air AirThe AIrThe AirThe
The second explosion occurred about aboutfive aboutfive aboutfive
five minutes after the first F Fcom < rom the theaccounts theaccounts theaccounts
accounts of witnesses the building
leaped into the air and at once a mass massof massof massof
of brick walls timbers and stone were werefalling werefalling werefailing
falling into the street The force of the theexplosion tlleexplosion theexplosion
explosion tore away the walls of the thebig thebig thebig
big commission store houses fronting frontingon
on Washington street and caused them themto themto thetato
to collapse falling all at once in a mass massof massof massof
of timber boxes and barrels from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which the flames burst out from the theTarrant theTarrant theTanant
Tarrant building like belching of a acannon acannon acannon
cannon cannonAcross cannonAcross cannonAcross
Across Warren street to the opposite oppositebuildings oppositebuildIngs oppositebuildings
buildings the flames leaped setting settingthem seottlngthem settingthem
them afire at once the work of the ex explosion explosion expleslon ¬
plosion demolishing windows and all allwooden aUwooden allwooden
wooden structures about the houses In Ina Ina Ina
a moment Warren street was choked chokedwith chokedwith chokedwith
with a mass of debris and the whole wholeplace whoiCplace 1
place was aflame The great explosion explosionwas
was followed by b half a dozen more morescarcely morescarcely momscarcely
scarcely less intense and by a countless countlessnumber countt countIenumber B Bnumber i
number of smaller ones onesThrongs onesThrongs oneeThrongs
Throngs of people were ere running about aboutIn aboutIn aboutin
In the near by streets strettsman stredtnjnany nany of them thempanicstricken thempanicstricken thempanicstricken
panicstricken fleeingfrom fleeing irom the fire flreThey fireThey fireThey
They mingled In the crowd that was wasrushing wasruShing wasrushing
rushing down from Broadway BrO 4iway to see seewhat seewhat seewhat
what had happened Half an hour after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the explosion the streets for blocks blocksaround blocksaround blocksaround
around around the fire were crowded with fire fireapparatus fireapparatus fireapparatus
apparatus with a score of r ambulances ambulanceswhile ambulanceswhile ambtilaneeswhile
while hundreds of police were being beingrushed bein beinrushed beingrushed
rushed from all the lower precincts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city to form lines and many priests priestsfrom priestsfrom priestsfrom
from nearby parishes were going here hereand hereand hereand
and there In the smokeobscured thor thoroughfares thoroughfares thoroughfares ¬
oughfares looking for injured who may mayneed mayneed mayneed
need their aid From the burning burningbuildings burningbuildings burningbuildings
buildings a column of o smoke was rising risinghigh risinghigh risinghigh
high in the air mingled with flames flamesthat fiamesthat flamesthat
that could not be controlled by hun hundreds hundreds hundreds
dreds of streams thrown upon them themThe themThe thernThe
The second explosion ex > loslon carried de destruction destruJtion tiestruption ¬
struction in every direction That it did didnot didnt didgst
not cause wholesale loss of life was due dueto dueto dueto
to the fact that almost ten minutes minuteswarning minuteswarning minuteswarning
warning came after the first cry of fire fireand fireand fireand
and fully five minutes occurred between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the first and minor exr ex explosion > > ioslori which whichwarned whichwarned
warned every one within hearing and andthe andthc antithc
thc second one Just after the break of offire offire
fire from the windows of the building a adowntownbound adowntownbound
downtownbound train stopped at the theWarren theWarren
Warren street station of the Ninth ave avenue avenue ayenue ¬
nue elevated road It passed on in time timeto timeto timeto
to escape the explosion and nd the few fewpeople fewpeople fewpeople
people who were were left on the platform of ofthe ofthe
the station are thought to all have es escaped escaped estiM ¬
caped before the great explosion came cameThe cameThe
The station master fled across the thestructure thestructure thestructure
structure carrying with him the th re receipts receipts ccceipta ¬
ceipts of the day and his unused tick tickets tlckets ticketa ¬
ets while two wonin who had stopped stoppedon
on the platform > to watch the fire firefrightened firefrightened firefrightened
frightened by the first explosion fled fleddomn fleddoUl fledtiQIIt
domn the downtown tracks in lafety SafetyThe lafetyThe lafetyThe
The big explosion completely carried carriedavt carrieda carriedawtt
avt a awtt r the station stationImmense stationImmense stationleimense
Immense masses of uasonry lSon sonry pieces piecesof
of cornice great beam heamJ j window cas casings casIngs ensings ¬
ings and an indescribable Indes rlbabie mass of ofwreckage orwree1ngc ofwreckage
wreckage of every description tumbled tumbledsuddenly tumbledsuddenly
suddenly into the street In front of the thebuilding thebulldln thebuiIdlng
building all at once onceThe onceThe onceThe
The wreckage was thrown across acrossthrough acrossthrough
through the thewindows windows of the building b ildlng In InI InConUnued inContinued
I Continued on page
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New Ne T YOll York i 9ct Oct M GTWo Two colored coloredprisoners cokKeIlprisoners coloredprisoners
prisoners in an attempt to escape Croat Croatthe fro flQIthe frothe
the prison Attached 1ttaeh d to the SeT Seventh nth dis distrlct C district IF IFtrict =
trict court in West rest Fiftyfourth street streettoday streettoday streettoday
today killed kUIedKeeper Keener Hugh MeGefcerii MeGe MeGe5i reG
51 years old and probably fittelly Atalt Ataltjured tit titjured iajured
jured George Wttwn 88 yedxs e B aid M a atrusty atrusty atrusty
trusty who had evidently tried triedaid t taid taid
aid McGovern On O One t of the t1teArthur prisoner prisonerArthur WO5 WO5Arthur
Arthur FtanSigan FJlu l ceBapcfl ped the other otherFrank otherFrank otherFrank
Frank Bmersoa EmersonrMlJrite nsersou feMlnto the yard yardjoining ad adJoining adjoining
Joining the prison and was S instantly instantlykilled JRStaat17kJl1ed Instantlykilled
killed killedThe kJl1edThe killedThe
The prisoners pr neJS were ere together in la8 a cell cenon eenon cellon
on the th first tier ti l on a level with wttbUae wttbUaefnurth the thefourth thefourth
fourth floor of the prison pri on They sawedtwo sawed sawedtwo wed wedtwo
two bars in the nzwcr part of the the11 the11door cell celldoor celldoor
door and got into the tb thecorridor corrider They Theywent TIleywent They1went
went to thenearest the nearest window about six sixfeet mEfeet Mxfeet
feet from the floor and sawed one bar barat batat barat
at the bottom shoving ovIDg it out and aucltlng get getting getting ¬
ting through Jn n doing doI c this thI it is sup supposed sapposed UP UPposed ¬
posed that they encountered ntered McGoverja McGoyemand McGovernand McGoverjaand
and Vilson killing kmlngone one and wounding woundingthe woURCIiD woURCIiDthe < <
the other otherTTse
otherUse
Use Bedding Por Rope RopeThe RiJpeThe BopeThe
The escaping e c plng itrisopers tIsed seed their theirbedding theirbedding theirbedding
bedding for a r rue ue and 00 swung fron fronwindow a awindow awindow
window Sis Fi s sccceeded in swing swinging swinging swingleg ¬
ing to the rc l i car stable adjoin adjoining a adjoiningbut 1III 1IIIingbut
ing ingbut but EmU r < iId J h notmake not make it and andfell anclfell andfelt
fell headlong to a pile oLj ofAIJs < ailE crush crushing cruaIIin crushtag ¬
tag in his skull skullThe akunThe skullThe
The men must iMMre h e left their th lr cell censeveral cellseveral cellseveral
several hours before the fact was wa dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered At 5 oclock Keeper John JohnBrady JohnBrady JohnBrady
Brady who hod been ta the office all allnight allight allpight
night ight went w nt as asw was his blse diatom 1 tom to the themale themale
male prison on the foocfh Boor As Ashe Ashe Ashe
he was 8 walking around the corridor of oftier oftier oftier
tier No No1 1 he came < IIle aeroks sere the be body at olKeeper atKeeper atKeeper
Keeper McGoverja ft 1 lay face fa < oedown oedownward down downward downward ¬
ward in a pool of lttO blood d with wlt a great greatwound greatwound at atwound
wound in the hea head Nearby lay the theprisoner tlteprJROner theprisoner
prisoner Witeonr Wilson who wk was still groan groaning IIIOIIlning groanIng ¬
ing A Asurgeon surgeon who wheVItS wlt vas called caUe4l1D in said saidthat ISidthat saidthat
that McGovera a Govern bad been n dead some sometime IIIOIDEtime atmetime
time He said Wilson would W probably probablydie
die Wilson WilfIO is 5iyrs 9 ars old and nd for two twoyears twoeaNi twoyears
years eaNi had been in the prison selfconr selfconrmitted selfcoJDmUted selfCOWinitted
mUted as he h had no home He acted actedas actedas
as a trusty and had ttte confidence confidenceof
of the officers offic lS They beleve beltevehe believe he was wasJfeiirt w wburt washurt
burt while aiding McGovecn McGovecnAided McGov McGovltided McGoveraAided
Aided By a Woman WomanEmerson WomanEmerson Vv oman omanEmerson
Emerson Emerson was under bail of S3MQ 3 3000two on ontwo G Gtwo
two charges of burglary Flanagan Flanaganwho Flanapnwho Flanaganwho
who had been employed aa a a steward stewardin st Ward WardIn
in a fashionable restaurant taumnt also was wasunder wsaunder wasunder
under heavy bail baUfor for burglary It ItsakI is issaid issaid
said a woman whose name is unknown unknowncame unknowBcame unknowncame
came to the prison Saturday SlI rday e evenln evenlnto evening eveningto eatng eatngto
to see Emerson and and1t it is thought she shesmuggled 8besmuggled shesmuggled
smuggled in a file with which the tJtewere bars barswere barswere
were cut The same woman had prior priorto
to that time secured alawyer for Em Emerson Emerson Banerson ¬
erson ersonWhen ersonWhen ersonWhen
When the body bod 0 of ofKeeper Keeper KeeprM ilcGovern ilcGovernwas ru ruwas
was searehed it was found that his hiskeys hiakeys hiskeys
keys and revolver had been take ta takes from fromhim 1roIa111m fromhim
him Neither the keys ke 8 nor n r1Jte r1Jteer the e nrmlv nrmlver
er were found in the pockets of the thedead thedead thedeed
dead prisoner which leads to totlle totlle1Ief the bi bilief be belief
lief that they are in the possession e fon of ofFlanagan ofFlanasaa ofFlanagan
Flanagan When he was taken to the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police station house the night of his hisarrest hisarrest hisarrett
arrest arrett Oct 13 he removed his shoes shoesand shoesand shoesand
and then called Doorman Coshlin to tothe t tthe
1 the cell The latter latt r answered the call caland calland U Uand
and as he opened the cell door Emer Emerson Emerson Emerson ¬
son sprang at him and brought the theheel th thheel
1 heel of a shoe down upon his head headcutting headcutting hattcutting
cutting it op open n In the struggle which whichfollowed whichfollowed whichfollowed
followed it took the tbeoomblned combined efforts effortsi
i of seyprAl pcaIS giwicenJtn olkenin fcen n to subdue the theprisoner theprlsQh theprls4Itr
prisoner prlsQh W t tBlows
I 2JI g gBlows
Blows Blows Out Ser er Brains BrainsSpokane BrainsSpokane BrainsSpokane
Spokane Wash W1 h Oct oCt 29 29Mra Mrs Edith EdithStrobel EdJthStrobel EdithStrobel
Strobel wife of an engineer engin r on the theGreat theGreat theGreat
Great Northern killed herself here h l to tonight toI to tonight ¬
night by blowing out her brains with a arevolver arevolcer arevoler
I revolver She was 29 years of age and andbefore andbefore andbefore
before her marriage arrlag was a Tekoa TeboaWash TekoaVash TekoaWash
Wash girl Temporary insanity is iasaid issaid issaid
said to hove beenthe n th motive
Greater reater New York YorkAgain f fAgain
Again Goes Wild WildBryan WildI
I OverBryan OverBryanS Bryan S
S So
o HUiHkeil ThousandPet Thousand Person on i In < 4theL ihei Cit CitThrono City CityThrong
Throng to Hear ear and Cheer the Great GreatSilver OreatSilver
Silver Leader
4 i E
j Eiist t Side H Hebrews br vs Vie Vith Brooklyn il i Uiving Uivingt UivingMaking < il I1g
f t narve ou DemonstrationsnN wSpeech wSpeech1laking
Making Record Set
7 tj <
York Ort a au And Jld I am feel feelraby Ce feltlerahiy l lrdbly
tlerahiy raby well I thank you youvas j
vas as Mr Bryans response when WIM9aeight whenanight J
Anight anight that be had IIacIDI8Iie mndf thirty thirtyB
< eight aee B during the tbey day ay and aDdtla thus broke bnaI bnaIrpnrd binkewn j ji
wn i record for speechraaldng As Ass j jSjJngfc I
SjJngfc lit s thf > = eeches I > were not so long as asoaH ast asoctasions
oaH + tet t ot OTasions < askms but they theyexeeeded exceeded in innser f fmUNker t tr
mUNker nser r by nine or ten those of any anyiuI i ias I Ieaus
eaus as nay a during the present eanj eanjand earn earnand
= = 3 = 1 1ade
iuI and by three the highest neat neatade I Iade
ade in the campaign m in any on onr onnniiig one onem onenniug oceIdel
> m r Idel >
nniiig at Bainbridge Bainbrid < < e in the U in inof in inof inof
of the th state at a 9 oclock Ie a the therig theng
ng h spoke spol e in StIr oressio4t > < > essio at 8 Syd Sydne Sydf Sydiis I
ne f Tnadiia l1ad i Ia Is Onoenta Otego Schene SchenejXobi ScIaeBeblf ScbeaeLCobfsk111
jXobi LCobfsk111 blf > skill klU Voorheesviue Voorhee VilleDeIaD Delan ilanps Delangerts
ps va a nma Coxsaekie CatskD1 San SanTts SauKingrnon I
gerts Tts Kingston Highlands HighlandsJIIaIfbor HighlandsJIIaIfborCornwall iaarlbor lbor lbor0It j
0It Cornwall Highland Falls Rawer BaverWest Raweratw I IWest
= atw West Nyack and Little Little1w Perry yterryw
1 1w w York Y nrk City he made one speech speechamilton speechBamihnn aechamiiton I
Bamihnn amilton Fish park on the thesl east eastsNfe eastd
sNfe sl and d in Brooklyn during du ta the Bight Bighthe aighthe I IaJJ
he Made de eight e t speeches making thirty ibirtyin thirtyIn I ITII
In aU ai fur f r the day and S night nightThe nightThe
The TII days tour was first along aJ ng the theheadwaters thebeadaters I
headwaters ater of the Susquehanna river riverand riversad riveraad
and then back th through the Catskills Catskillsandfown ttskillsaad4own I IaIItIi
andfown aIItIi own the t he Hudson on the west side sideof sideof sideof
of Hfeat t river ci ver to Weebawken IL thence thences thenceS thencetb
s tht river and across Manhattan ManhattanI
S I into int Brooklyn All the speeches speechest
t one on were made in the state of ofJ orNew ofNew5York
J New New5York w York the exception being that at atLOU atIiItIt atI4I
LOU > Ferry which is in the state of ofNewJersey ofMewJelSE ofNew
NewJersey NewJerseyHebrew MewJelSEHebrew New Jersey JerseyHebrew
Hebrew Meeting a SCarval SCarvalThij XarveIt arveL arveLThe
Thij The t last speech made by William WilliamJennings wmt WilliamJentgs m mJ
Jennings J Bryan on Manhattan island islandg 18 island4vsi
4 4vsi g the > present p nt campaign was made madeit m widetot tiIe tiIeto
tot it to the Hebrews of the eastside eastsidecrkable eastsI eaStSueIa e eJ
Ia J y res respects tJ this Js w was so oOe e or of TheS the thereI2
S reI2 ruble scenes of the he eam camTIVithout eamhpm eamWih9ett
IVithout hpm the fireworks which wlaicbted whichted j jted
ted the t he crowds owds to the Madison Madisonf 4adillongHtherinp 5sflinjfleee
eee gatherings ga I Iterings with witbtbekDOWledce witbtbekDOWledcedial the knowledge knowledgetbat knowladgethat
f dial the i presidential candidate would wouldnot wouldROt wouldRot
ROt fcreak ea k more than t lan ten or fifteen fifteenminutes fifteenIBill1lte fifteenaelnutes
minutes the t he crowds began to topther gather on ORt onthe 1 1the
the t e east st n side i < ie at Hamilton Ham toa fish park at
4 oclock o lo oek < k The most conservative esti estimates estiJDat eatimates ¬ I
JDat mates 5 of the 1 le e crowd fix the number at atat atat i iat
at least t 5 5610 50 > Jd KxGovernor Stone St said saidtbeM saidth aid aidtlIen
tbeM th were IWCOO The meeting eiflg was wasarranged wasanaJIged wasarranged
arranged by exGovernor Stone and Mr MrSttfcMr Mrr MrSuiiar
SttfcMr r an an1 according to people who whohave wholived whobae
have lived all their lives < on the theSno east eastatVno eas11IIIiiIrP
atVno 1IIIiiIrP no previous event has b ever caused causedsudt causeda causedusers
sudt users a iiemonstration te that section of ofth ofdtv oftI
th tI > city Mr Stone said id it was the thegreatest thepvUtcal thegreatest
greatest political meeting he had ever everwitnessed everEvery everwttnttsed
witnessed Every melt of the park had hadits badts hadits
its ts pressure pres UIe of humanity and the side sidestress sides sidestreets
stress s were blocked bIo < ked Children were wereraised wereraised wereraised
raised on n the t he shoulders of the th men en in inorder Ino inorder
order o r that they might see ee the Demo Ttemotir Democratif Democratir
cratif tir leader Ifa > The tumult could scarce ¬
ly iyb4 be stilled long enough for him to toSJIIPI tospisak j jspeak
speak speakMr SJIIPIM spisakMr
Mr M Bryan n talked only ten minutes minutesand miDate8iaacl minutesi
iaacl i and htn h < n ht concluded it appeared a for fortime fora
> a time til ae as though the speakers stand standbe standwoni tandw
w woni 8ld be swept ept away because of f tie tiere ae aere
rt re of the t people anxious to greet greetthe peettbe greetthe
the candidate candidateMr candidateMr
Mr rryan i ryan addressed himself I lDSelf eipec Cpecto epeclally i iiaily
iaily to tt the th Hebrews Hebre saying thai he hewas heclad bewas
was glad to I have the chance to toaddresa toaddresathat address addressthat addressthat
that iac 13 which a hieli had produced Solomon Solomonthe Solomonth Solomonthe
the th wisest wit and Moses tb tile greatest t iaw iawgiver iawgiver I
giver He I ie discussed dl ussed hrfefi > the issues issuesof IssU issuesof S Sof i
of the th ° tHinpaign sas sa sazg ig g the tI e Repub Republican Repubw ¬
lican w vert Prt t r amending ail of the com comHMiStiii comtnts cornAs
HMiStiii tnts m As 5 for himself be wated watedto aIUedto
to ae me the th n > land z ad lilted wih Wt th happy homes homesand b hOmesand me meand
and not with tIlt Rachels weeping for fortblit fortiath i ithefachi
thefachi tblit chi1heD clil < lren n He was W8 h he said glad glads
to eee s < majv nJtUltloal nO loyal to Democratic Democraticprtoeipies Democraticprincipies c cprtaeipltS
prtoeipies for f Democracy teaches the thee theequaldJtJo theequafliy
equaldJtJo e < iHity of f t all men and inculcates civil civiland ctv ctviiand l laad
and rlisi Ii i > us liberty I terty This country COSinES had haddrawn baddraW bddraws
drawn draW t tn U itself the best blood of the theold theI
I I old W0r w rld ri < and Mr Bryan said he did didanothVr didnot
nOt > Wlant those who bo had eo come me in inthst4bey feel feelt
t thst4bey y 1ad made a mlsttke mlsttkeIh raiMkeFtI
FtI Ih t he park 111eetm meeting tIIIere was wasDOt1iet wasanother
anothVr another nad rush to the Academy of ofj ofi
i j Mwtf M in Srooklyn i Mr Bryan way waywhirte wasl waslw waswhirls
whirls w < i I auay S ay y from rein the park pa and for formaaae for8lIa forman
maaae smiares 8lIa through througha throughthe the Jewish Jewishquarifer Jewishquarer Jewishquarter
quarter his hi h I way W5 ay was as lined till a with people peopleand peopleru peopleand
and isa iiikl I k rt i r rftlifeklyn by Y tir fireworkS w and loud ae aeklyn accinhe
cinhe cinheDrbkiyn = ru
ftlifeklyn klyn Meeting MeOt1U VBntk Ire Ja Record BeeordTh Recorddmn RecordThe
Th dminrtration dmn 1 In it ttion rat ion i Brooklyn Brooklynone yn wa walone W25 W25I
one of ° he h largest ar t flicest t poiiucat puliticatin owtpooruigs owtpooruigsin
lone I in the th history his of the tb borough borou h Over OverW OverHI
W HI bands furnished music and It is es estimated esthat asaisi ¬
timated aisi that ovwr er I890 persons in inBrooklyn inBrooklyn inBrwiiyn
Brooklyn hnird h t ard ri and saw the Dem Democrat DemocratIc < xrrat xrratks
Ic candidate speak k tonight There were wereeight wereelshttltfenIlt wereeight
eight elshttltfenIlt tfiffei difte nt i paradesin the th borough boroughand boroughaact broughand
and it 1 is estimated ited that altogether altogether4000It 40 40De1atr
00 00It fiBTS De1atr son3 < ins w re in lifie lid Fireworks FireworksftaaMtf Fileworksuntil 1i t ewctrks ewctrksflaai6
ftaaMtf until ut t midnight I from fr an a 3 dozen dozendifferent dosendtfte dozendifferent
different dtfte nt Mands and Oreek rtek fire fir was wasevery waseVel7lrhen waseverywher
every eVel7lrhen her A small army a i of polka iioHcemea Jlolieenrea polkasnag
mea kept ihe he cro ro vis s i i1 order rd r r and andtwenty andtweatjr andtwent
int Air M 1 Kr KraniTSarty Bry Bryt itisans >
twenty twent manted i > tfkt tfinTs I rs r r
aniTSarty ans at the lii bruise r ruran r < r e and andactedTas andacted
= actedTas acted as escort scort t for f the nnairder T jIier i of ofthe ofthe
the HeninK e + cning As > > Hynn iany U approached apPnJ8Cbect ap apeproaced ¬
proached the Aoademy f us sl u bombsanddt bombs Iombsand
1 andeityro anddt and akyr nket CatS < w V v re st < ff fI m in l trmt T flt of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the horoiwh lit rouh hall ami a i < l I the he sky skyj skywith skywith
j witalelond with = loocH loaiI of color eluncl iir J i stars Music Musicbroke MU81cbrok Musicbroke
broke forth from a i t > zen n bands I irids and anathe andtte andthe
the throngs U n rs of people I i > in the streets streetscheered streetscbewM streetscheatti
cheered and shouu1 ShOUI themseves lri v hoarse hoarseThe h itarseThe rse rseTIle
iowded Iodo > rl w Wfi an anoathuiiiast aneRthtlfiiastk anPnthtpjas
The academy at my x > as a
e > iril thousands flSlM of ofeolwh ofIJeOph Ofpeople
oathuiiiast eRthtlfiiastk x auoin u
people eolwh wh wishl bhd I to har t i the th Demo Demoquently temo temoCratidcati t > mo moCrati6andidat
admitted admitteda tIpnittedtYke
u1d t nt t
Crati6andidat Cratidcati Itt t
tYke yar 1 I r on th plat platfuna jiatforat
lr I I I ri
a funa 1t crowI J tII O > i ill i with III IIIpin ap appia
pin and it was a fuil tn I 0 minutes bP bPflichnt betore
had to aUow aUowthe aljowthe
t
tore plflicinZ flichnt f1uiet gut 0 as
Mr Bryan Bryanbeing Bryanspok EryansIaokt
r
the pak ak to I Jro l
fre frehe frequentb feequetitly
m11111f fl > being
spok f thilt Y 71
quently int intrruftHI i t r rtIp uptel I by I appl aPJlaue aPJlaueMI t I flttUO flttUOlitraa
al in j a pri private u1n u1nvats
MI litraa I Iyao I i t n
vats box boxTbe boxTue
htl under the tt nus nusphseafef nusplcebtthe no nopleas
Tbe he neetins nwtt n IttiC n was a 1
phseafef plcebtthe pleas f the tb KlXKklsii Hiokl U1 t p I ot rh duh duhyJdeJi 11th 11thwhich
which as an organization n supported sup ed the theIn thePa1iaer thePajier
Pa1iaer and BQkner ticket I l ia use useIn irn irnIn
In beginning his speech 5i Mr Bryan BryanmadVbrief Bryanmade
clubs his hisUory historY hisI
1 madVbrief made brief reference to the
Uory I torY saying he was pleased to have havetheir havetheir havetheir
their rapport at this time if he had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not h bl d I it before On 1n this point KJint he hei heJ hesaid
i said saidhlhe
J hlhe H VP alwa1sbeljted always belKved that a a inaix mans s
vote was his own n that he ae ougftC to touse muse tosat
use it according ds 3 > his judgment judgmeateoaacieRce Om Omconscience and andconscience
conscience and thaT he ought t is he heabove lieabove beabove
above his party all the time and 1 ReV never ReVer useor ¬
er find fault awtwith with any anY man Im 1 who consci conscientiously COIIIIid COIIIIidntlously co coentiousty ¬
entiously differs from me on a pontie pontiequestion paIrIIcqU9Jtlon puhiteqution
question I believe the great 1 majority majorityof
of the people are honest Jaone t and tmddestJe nd honestly hone tly
desire good government gov rmuent and that the thedifferences thedurereaces thedifferences
differences between the people are aredtaerences arederences not notdifferences
differences of purpose parpo e bat differences differencesof dUfereaee8uDdenstaDdiJal differ differof
of understanding understanding3oo6ev uDdenstaDdiJalJIDo6evelts undesutaudingBmoeovta
3oo6ev JIDo6evelts lts ITame 1fA1I e ethe Visaed VisaedBlscassing ffIse ffIsecuming
Blscassing cuming the trusts tru ts Mr Bryan BrPa re reMr refened anLeered
Leered to the 1 letter or of aeceptaace of ofMr ofMr
Mr Roosevelt as s the th vice vie presidenttel pi prntiaInominee presidenttelnominee stJf stJfaomtnee
nominee On mention of UK UKof tilethere geverner gevernerthere
there were loud hisses fraa all parts partaof partsof
of the house ho which did not Beasc eeeKr vHl vHlMr l lMr
Mr Bryan made a a special request tat tatthat tfethat te tethat
that effect He held his haad aloft aIoftIa aIoftIadeprecation m mdeprecation is isdeprecation
deprecation of the demonatratian demoDBtndiaDasked a of ofasked d dasked
asked the people to desistoat desist oat ou of re respect respect anspect ¬
spect for the office officeThe officeThe
The speech eech covered an the ianrrn of ofthe orthe ofthe
the campaign and was mrirlniiili applaudedeach iT as aseach aseach
each point was made madeSenator madeSenator madeSer
Senator Ser Wellington of oflowed Maryland o olowed l llowed
lowed Mr Bryan who as soon as Ilk htespeech Ilkspeech e espeech
speech was ended started for the tJIetheatre thek thektheatre Eark Earktheatre
theatre where here he addressed addressedIrKe addressedlarge avotter avotterlarge
large gathering After leaving lea leavingPark DC th thPark tbfPark >
Park theatre tlae re Mr Bryan made a atot dastt dasttfor dmrIxfor
for the eastern district of BrooJdynarrIviDI Brooklynarriving Brooklyn Brooklynarriving
arriving at the Palace Park rink rinkocIoek abt abt9I heat heatI
I 91 oclock Before hisarrival thfcre tIMfta th thwas
1 was a parade of 6000 000 Democrats at with wttiitwenty withtwenty withtwenty
twenty bands At 945 Mr Kryau y M MriYe eenived r rrrred
rrred riYe at Liederkranz LlederllranzhaBwhre haH where then thenWas dIereWas ee eevs
Was vs another parade and more moreAt moreAt beads beadsAt
At Military hall the next stopping stoppingplace stoPII stoppingplace IC ICpIaee
place there was a parade and twenty twentyseven twentyBeven twentyseven
seven bands to greet Mr Bryan It Itwas Itwas itwai
wai was nearly aearI U oclock when the candi candidate caadidate caudidate ¬
date reached Arion hall This Thislabor ThisJaber wan a aIbee
labor meeting DI and nd Edwir EdwiJt1 MarkJIaaa MarkJIaaattie Mgrmthe
the t1 e poet and Controller Cater bad a adreMed7tae ad adckes d dekd
dreMed7tae ckes ekd ed tIII the meeting before befOrea1ve M r Bryan Bryanarrived aa aaaPri1N
arrived aPri1N yrom roui Axion hall Mr Mrwia Bo Baaa Baaaw < am amMr
w wia s driven to bwaben balL JtaJLKr balLMr
Mr Bryan and his party left fc for oruar oruarneUsvlDe Her HerneJTsville sr srneilaville
neJTsville at 1215 a a m on lbs 9Oe 9Oerailroad Bd8raILOBd Sa SarulLoa
railroad railroadXrs
raILOBdIrs
Irs rs Bryan Warmly GxceteS GxceteSMrs GznetedMrs L LIrs
Mrs Irs Bryan accompanied her herband Iras Irasband J III IIIband
band during the day and jshe be ae received receivedabnoet recetridabDo receivEdahuoct
abnoet abDo t as much applause as he did didwhen tIIrIwbell d dwhen
when she appeared before fore the crowds crowdsassembled cruwdsassembled 11 onxlii onxliiassembled
assembled to hear hltn bIi i She was also alsopresented aIIIopre aisopresented
presented pre ented during the day daywi daywibaIJdsome with ineny inenyhandsome y yhandsome
handsome bouquets of roses and catja catjaanthemnms ehrysanthemums
anthemnms EllIott Danforth and Mrs XrsDanforth KnLDanforth MrsDanforth
Danforth were also aboard the bate bateduring irMRduring teitaduring
during the day Great enthusiasm enthusiasmmanifested w wmanifested
manifested aijoV aq aid l the crowds were wereerallJ gsa severally gsaorally ¬
orally large in proportion to the pa palation pGIIIIa pGIIIIalation p plation
lation Of the day meetings that at atKingston UKingston atKingston
Kingston was the longest as it was wasof one oneof
of the most enthusiastic Haverstrstw Haverstrstwand BaTeIStra BaTeIStraand
and West New w Nyack also received receivedMr
Mr Bryan most me t cordially cordiallyAwaked
Awak Awaked d By Crowds
Mr II Bryan began the last week of oflds ofldspai ofbisampeign his hiscampaign
campaign pai 1 with a brief speech speechbridge atBain atBainbridge at BIiiR BIiiRbridge
bridge His train had been run troJDN fromNew from fromNew
New N York daring the night and arrived arrivedhere arrivedhere I Ihere
here at 7 oclock There was a large largethrong Jarethrong largethrong
throng at the railroad station 8ta and Mr MrBryan Sirryan IIrwas
Bryan ryan was compelled to respond respesa respesatheir to totheir totlletr
their calls He had not yet risen ri eD but buthe butbe buthe
he dressed promptly and went to the therear theplatform therr
rear platform on the Rambler where Whorehe whereWhile WhereDe
De was soon joined by Mrs Irs Irsthe Briji BrijiWhile
While the crowdwas crowd was waitingTat waiting at atdepot thfc thfchis
depot for Kr Br7n and Dd claaaotIng claaaotInghis re
his appearance James C Xkahlman XkahlmanNebraska TJahlmaaNebraska sohJ
Nebraska national committeeman commftteemanstopped committeemaaIIW
stopped IIW stcp ped out to o explain the situation situationThen si siI sitnatlosThea
Then he made a speech telling telUn < < the pee peoBryan pe0ple peepie
I
pie that he had been with IIr Bryan Bryant Bryanfrom
t j from the tb beginning of the campaign campaignand
and he was sure there would be a laad laadslide JIudslide iadslide
I slide in his favor There are areeverywhere gates gateseverywhere piDseverywlaere
everywhere he said even in luI inthe Cawton Cawtoni
i the presidents own home wh whBryan where whereI Sir SirBryan
I Bryan received only l votes vo In I89S I89Sthere 1It5I IlSithere
there is now a Dens Democratic ratic club of be beI between Lietween
I I tween 4W and 9M mentbers meibers and he coneluded eoDeluded con concluded ¬
eluded Canton is only a sample sampleet sampleetwhat of ofwhat ofwhat
what is going on onMr onMr onMr
Mr Bryan said the B Jtery Ltebllcaus rubBcaits bUca s liadab8ndoned ba baabandoned nad nadabandoned
abandoned the idea of carrying the thecities the1ties thetitles
cities a2Swere aa were ere now anpeaUng a to the thefarmers thefanners thefarmers
farmers farmersJr fannersMr farmersMr
Mr Bryan spoke for Ave ve minutes at atSidney AtSidney atSidney
Sidney The address took on an aa1latft aa1latftI infer tefferrogativ inferrogtiva
rogativ form He askedif the 11I Itepun Itepunlican Pub PublietIn pubIlcan
I lican party really condemned teitifcs is as asits asIts asits
its platform declares how it wtrnsts wtrnstsgrew fa frgrew tn tnw
grew w so in the past three jwttfcwfth jwttfcwfthislative jcarf with witht withthe
t the Republicans ia executive and JIii J leg legislative s ststatlve
islative control of the government governmentSubsequent pwern1DeDtSubsequent gatwerninentSubsequent
Subsequent questions questiQD8took took Mr Bryans Bryansauditors BryaWaauditors s sIIuditors
auditors over the subject of the ef effect effft effeet ¬
feet of trusts on wages ages and the cost oastof 00IJtof costof
of manufactured articles The subject subjectof 1IIII Ieet Ieetof
of increase of the standing army was wastouched wa watouched wastouched
touched upon in a similar way and a the theallegation theI theallegation
allegation alle tion was made that the Porto PortoRican PortoRican PorteRican
I Rican bill is built upon the same theory theoryj theorythat theorythat
j that England built her colonial eo lonialpollcy lonialpollcya policy potteyj
j a cenjtury ceflUrY and Dd a quarter ago1 ago1right a aHEe aeo aeoHO
HEe passed on to cOn cossMeration Neration oft of the theright e eright
right of the tJ e TJmtedjStates Unlted lStates to govern governthe gowernI governthe
the Philippines without witb ut the consent of ofthe orthe ofthe
I the people there Bteaawise e his hear hearers betIrers beerera ¬
ers to tell tellthe telitheFilipOms the FUtpfcMs PUlp that you are aregoing aregoing axegoing
going to establish a gbrecnncmt 3 t which whichwhen wlalcbwhen whlcwhen
when established establ sbed is to be their govern government government governwent ¬
ment and not ours that they are Ire to tohave tohave tohave
have independence < e and that wef we will wJUprotect willprotect wiLtprotect
protect them from outside interfer interference interference interforence ¬
ence enceAt enceI enceAt
At rnadilla Mr Bryan said that the theDemocrats theDemocrats
I Democrats 1 > mocrats stood today where the thedent pct pceaident pctdent
dent bad stood when he announced the tileI theacquisition theacquisition
acquisition a uisition of the Philippines would he hecriminal 1tecriminal becriminal
I criminal aggression aggressionShows aggressionShows n nI
Shows Depews Somersault SomersaultIn
I
In his CobleskUl COble kl11 speech Mr Bryan Bryanquoted Bl7 Bryitquoted l lquoted
quoted Senator Depewon Depee on the army axmyquestion armyqeestlon y yquetio1
question saying sayingI
I want to show ow you what Mr > 1 Do Dopew D Dpew 1 1pew
pew said only two twoyears years ago < < 0 An army armyof arm armof armyof
of 100000 wa was < then tb n being belnirtalk > talked of and anilhe andaid anthe
he said it would wouIdtake take more than that thatif thaI thatif
if I we carried out the colonial policy policyHe pollcyHp policyHe
He said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It would mean the th < increase of our ourarmy ourI ourarmy
army to KfcMB wore likely lik ly to t n 2000m 2000mmen ytoottlI OO 00 00I
I I men It would mean the increase of ofour ofour of ofouranBual
I our ouranBual annual expenditures to double what whatthey whatthey bat
I they the are now nowThat nowThat nowThat
That was two years ago NOW ow the theRepublicans theI theRepublicans
Republicans are advocating an imperia imperia1policy imperiapoUCY imperiapolicy
policy jet et me show sho you what Mr MrDepew MrD MrDepew
I Depew D gI said on that Imperial idea ideaYou ickaou
0 You ou cannot have empire empU < v iihou ltho >

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