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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JULY 2 CENTS PBR TRISfrTE NEWS IN BRIEF July Schwag twentysix died here of which resulted from a nail penetrating his week June Vincent Klntz saw her baby fall Into a cistern and jumped in after She kept tBe child above water until help July The Son of Thomas Short of Balrd station died from re suiting from stepping on a sharp piece of wire while July Papers were filed In the Dauphin county court preempting the name of Majority Rule party for the first and second legislative districts of Delaware July a decree of Judge Swearlngen the name of the Western University of Pennsylvania has been changed to University of New university buildings being erected nW the Carnegie Technical July and Hungarians clashed in a race riot while on the way swimming dam on the outskirts of the city and three Hungarians were one of them The state police are searching for the men who did the SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close out our re L maining stock of Re frigerators and Ice Boxes at ONEFOURTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the Be sure and come in Turner The House Nrnisher WERE UP IN THE AIB Democrats Hold First Rattv in High AltitudeCaptain Whistler There WATER CfT FIRST MASS MEETING Held by Pennsylvanlans Feet Above 8e July first mass meeting of the campaign was held at feet above the sea level by a party of Pennsylvania dele gates on an excursion over the Moffatt Joseph Howley called to or der the which consisted of two trainloads of and intro duced John Fow of Philadelphia as Fow said that the paramount issue of the campaign was the tariff James national commit teeman from the princi pal dwelt on honesty and civic righteousness in private and public Speeches were also made by Joseph Burwood Me Quiston and Colonel William Among the others present at the meeting were Horace Mas Philadelphia Sha moldn Stroudsburg John Plttsburg Sylvester Philadelphia Charles Dough Philadelphia Captain Charles Mercer Union town Charles Lancaster Joseph Butler But ler John Clearfleld Howard BostonCurtis Greensburg Gervaise Mar Franklin Alle B B fine wash goods The way they are prked to Empty printed covered only but Stylish 25 cent side bordered dot dress and satin stripe Fine Madras and shirting inches extent and variety of these fine and to elabo rate Clan Tartan the the greatest feature of this ex traordinary Shelf All classes and kinds other fine Wash Goods at Shelf Emptying BOQQ8 A FA STORM CAUSES DROWNINGS Terrified Landsman Upsets Boat and Four Meet July men drowned and three women and a man are believed to have met a like fate when a very severe wind and rain storm passed over the Eight men In a rowboat were endeavoring to reach Fort McHenry when one of Pete by the while attempting to leap over upset the William Joseph Lohmlller and Ed ward Simmons were Tne others righted the boat and reached the fort The overturning of a boat in the Spring Gardens brought death by drowning to John The finding of an overturned row boat in the Patapsco in which three women and a man were seen shortly before the leads to the belief that all four were A womans hat was found in this boat with another floating near East July to experience the novelty of being in the water during a Aud ley twentythree years and James went swim ming in the Allegheny river here while a heavy rain swept the A bolt of lightning was carried by a pipe Hue into the riveMcilllng Battle Fleet Nears July The Atlantic battleship fleet under command of Rear Admiral Sperry is near Honolulu and wireless communication has been established with the Connecticut though there was considerable inter ference from other ships and the sig nals were not entirely Part of Prohibition Program at Columbus During National Convention OPEN FIGHT FOR NOMINATION Proposal Made to Nominate Northern and Southern Men for President and Vice President Prohibition Convention Meets Roosevelts Hands Oyster July dent Roosevelt will take the stump for Taft this Under no cir Under no This Is final Secretary Loeb spoke thus last Scarcely a day passes but the report crops up that tha presi dent will take the July men have been taken back at the Baldwin locomotive works in this city within the last three and it is probable that more will be reemployed In the near The improvement in business Is now so pronounced and the outlook so much better than It wae that orders have been issued in creasing the working time from five to eight hoars a day for five days Use De Witts Little Early pleasant little pills that are easy to Sold by Harry July have begun to arrive for the Prohibi tion national which will ha held on Wednesday and and for the state prohibition conven which will open Most of the state delegations to the national convention are expected tomorrow and they will be escorted from the Union station to their hotels by a brass band seated on a big water There will be a parade of all the convention hosts on Beginning tonight there will be mass meetings every night at Me morial where the conventions will addressed by leading prohi bition Four former candidates fo president will be heard Wednesday Governor John of Joshua Levering of Mary John Chicago and Silas Swallow of The national executive and the gen eral committees will meet on Tues at which time temporary officers will be subject to ratification by the For temporary chairman there are under considera tion President Samuel Dickie of Al bion Michigan Robert Pat Colonel Frank Slbley of Arizona and Homer Castle of Indications now point to an open fight for the nomination for There is on foot a movement among some of the leaders of the party to place a southern Democrat anJ a northern Republican on the ticket and Seaborn Wright of Georgia and Judge Samuel Artman of Indiana were consulted on the but it is stated by National Chairman Charles Jones of Chicago that assurances have not been received from either that a nomination would be Among the candidates for president who have been prominently mentioned are Pred Loa Daniel Jo seph Detroit the editor of the Louis Christian Advocate Alfred Man New and Cran fill of a former candidate for vice platform will be brief and di said Chairman The platform will denounce the Republican and the Democratic parties because of the failure of congress to put a stop to the shipment of liquor into prohibi tion Englands Heir to Throne Pas senger on New Monster of British Navy TO ARRIVE AT QUEBEC JULY 22 Where He Will Represent King Ed ward In the Tercentenary Celebra Sam to Be Represented by New Battleship New July Quebec on the this of the tercentenary celebration of Us found ing is planning a great mili tary and naval id which the pages of history will be turned back to show to the world in a series of dramatic pictures how history waa madein Canada in the days of The heir to the the British empire is coming to the mem ory of Canadas Samuel De and his official landing will be made a brilljLpt Side by side through tBe streets oi FOUR LOSE THEIR LIVES Death Comes to Party of Pleasure Seekers on Buzzards Bay LAUNCH BLOWS UP Pour of Boating Party Perish Through July prom inent summer residents oC this town and Falmouth met death through an explosion on board a fortyfive tfsti launch off The survivors Irere picked up after having been in water for twelve The dead are Roland Boston John Woburn Jo seph Milton Georve captain of the who was clinging to an and who was supported by a life were able to swim and together until picked up by a fisherman in the Neither of the survivors was able to give the cause of the who owned the as the lauucu was said that the bpat started out from Marlon on a stiort pleasure cruise was well out in tho middle of Buzzards bay when the explosion the was suddenly blown into the air and was probably dead when he struck the The boat caught fire immediately and Tarbell called to his comrades to leap He strapped a life preserver about him self before he leaped and who Is connected with the Boston banking firm of Rollins seized an oar and far as they knew none of the others In the party Either they could not swim and preferred to cling to the disabled launch until help came or else they were stunned by the r HOLDING THE Introducing Nice Point In Baby rUgn That ttoesnt know the first thing about the etiquette of the baby remarked one of a group of men at Thirtyfirst and Main The comment was modn to all In a general way One of the the man with a frayed collar and a look of patient gazed anxiously at a couple about to board a Tho mother was sparring In a desperate sort of way with one of those baby carriages which shop salesmen can open and cloie In a minute and the users In from five to thirty Dont see anything wrong with said the man with the frayed Hes got to hold the baby even If she does have to wrestle with the You dont think he ought to bold the baby and take care of the do you theres thing re joined the man doesnt know a thing about baby carriage eti What you want to do it this If the baby weighs more than the car If s the mans place to hold the baby If the carriage weighs he the baby to his Interpolated the man big black Youre way What he ought to do Is to hand the baby to his wife and the carriage to the City June party or young persons were riding in a tour ing car from Bucyrua to Crestline when Joseph who was learning to operate the ran it into a It upset with all the occupants be Ulmer sustained a dislocated shoulder and two broken but the others escaped serious Oil July and Buffalo capitalists have installed nine camps of seventylive men each on a lumber tract owned by them on the Upper Medlx Elk It is estimated that by the fall of 1909 not a stick of the 000 feet of hemlock and feet of hardwood will be left July the direction of William Templetou Grand Army of the the body of Colonel Gabriel an officer of the Revolutionary has been removed from the old sol diers graveyard here to the Wash ington Colonel Blakeney was postmaster of Washington In Keep Your Eye On This Space For Saturday Specials Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier PRINCE OF old where once all three were at will march representatives of of England and of while in the harbor below the assem bled battleships of many nations will boom out a salute to the present and future of During the which will begin on July 19 and last throughout the equal honor is to be shown to the memory of two distinct heroic periods of Canadian one mark ing the beginning and the other the end of the French regime In In the which will be one of the chief features of the tercente scenes of historic interest will be reproduced in many instances on the very spot where the history was More than men and women will participate in the The dedication of the battlefields will be made the occasion for a mili tary display on July Thousands of soldiers will be mobilized and a score of battleships and cruisers will be in port representing the United Japan and the Argentine Mounted heralds at arms and men of the watch will appear in the costumed as in the time of and will proceed through the city stopping at all important places and making official announcements in nectlon with the The Prince of who will rep resent King Edward at the celebra will arrive here on July 22 on board the the largest and swiftest of British battle ships and will remain until July The Indomitable will be preceded by a fleet of four Russell and two which are expected to arrive here on Rear Ad miral who will represent the United will come on the new battleship New AN EASTERN Tha Feat a Geylon Fakir In Said to Have This curious picture of an eastern magician is from Caroline Corners the Paradise of The fakir forthwith commenced to unpack the burden on his the principal Item being a bamboo framework or This he held with his right while he mounted step by step of At tho a height perhaps of eleven he with arms to effect a For some reason or other the frame work remained perfectly steady and while the fakir stretch ed himself out like a spider on its At Intervals on the bamboos were heavy but sharp at the These nails distinctly penetrat ed the mans mahogany colored flesh when he stretched himself out on the Thus he a hideous wound made by each from which the purple blood lying there for tho space of ten minutes or except for the blood a lifeless figure of muttering some strange gibber animation making movements so that tho nails were ex tricated from the tho fakir with his toes kicked away the scaffold ing and remained himself alone unsup ported in there this weird creature re his chocolate colored limbs apparently stiff and his eyes fixed upward and Its a said Cynthia in low tones of At home they would say we A Terrlfio Most marvelous of all the stories of great falls Is the account of Charles terrific tumble from n height of no less than feet It was In and be was making a para chute The parachute refused to open till within 100 or 200 feet from the Then It spread out sud denly and split The unfortunate man crushed both ankles and both broke his right thigh and dislocat ed his spinal column and suffered other Vet after a year in u hospital he recovered sufficiently to write an account of what was probably the most fearful accident mortal matt ever sur Spilled Mercury spilled ou a table or floor Is somewhat hard to collect unless special precautions are owing to its tendency to divide into small which roll away at the slightest If a wet ring is made around the spilled mercury by the eld of a wash bottle or other similar it will be found the globules of mercury cannot cross the The mercury can then collected in a small shovel made from a piece of thin card or even an ordinary The Perfumed The dentists sleeve was smeared a pale He beat it with his and a perfumed cloud he the days usual harvest of Why tho to front the fierce white light of a dental will women come to me with makeup plastered thick on their pretty faces They or nearly do it Their lips are red their brows their cheeks and In a few cases tho tiny network of veins In the temples is outlined In Pegging away at their I mop up all that makeup on my coat I smear red over white black over pink Phew Look out brushing Ills cuff bo leaped back to escape the sweet smell Ing cloud that filled the Ex July Francis of Cincinnati and Miss Blanche Welser of this city were married here and as Francis Is a brother of the stepmother of his bride the marriage causes a relationship tangle that makes his sister hie July Spen age of and Earl about the same were rowing across the Susquehanna river in a steel skiff When a bolt of lightning struck killing him Paxtou was not badly July pnmlnger died here a year leav ing a and two small children The Order of al though his insurance was has arranged for each of the two chil dren to receiyejg a month until of POINTING THE Queer Superstition of the Native Blacks of The native blacks of Australia are stopped In A black fellow will on no account go near the spot nnother black has been lie has a deep rooted aversion to one him nil day talkalong vite tellum all about black mill no opportunity IfliloBt of iilMfijr little irlhcs bury dead by thiin up Into the forks of there leaving them till the V i ins dropped or been tinbones These bonea the larger ones nIK the smallest handed round to those nearly related o Should one black fel the death of a rival or one tinhe points the bone at This that he takes one of his late re iiirlinR hones from his dllly bag and tmliits In the presence of t tlii man he wishes to get rid all Mf time pouring forth threats and hTviiw as it may the one at will often languish and perhaps in a lii n for no sooner Is the iititiipointed than be makes up his iiuil in and there Is no Baring GUFFEYISJIO ON Pennsylvanias Private Car Attacked While Passing Louis Suburbs BULLETS AND STONES ARE USED Bitter Fight at Denver Supposed to Have Aroused the Animosity of PCH Who Took This Means of Vent ing Their July attack that apparently had for Its special ob ject Colonel James Guffoy was on the special train of the Penn sylvania antiBryan delegates when It watt entering the limits of Louis orer the Missouri Stones and bullets were sent through the windows of the Pullman car Pelham on rear of the which had been but was in the forward end of the where he had been resting because of and One bullet crashed through the window beside which William Maxwell and Curran of were but they escaped The train had been running pretty fast and this possibly saved the occu panU of the rear car from Injury or This car seemed the special object of the The train had a streamer on the sides announcing who were riding in of had hfufFJoC the famous fight made by thefSPennsylvania leader against Bryan in the Denver The animosity thus created spread and some fanatic admirers of the Nebraakan took this jmethod of revenging themselves for tne fight on the nominee of the Those implicated apparently knew the train was due and which ciwftbe Pennsylvania leader was occu The two factB that the traift was running faster than mbjht have expected and that Colonel Guffey had been taken 111 undoubtedly saved Colonel Guffey had complained of feeling His battle at Denver had taxed his strength and he was anything but well when the start on the trip home was made Glared in answer to inquiries and re monstrances of friends that he would not delay the trip because of his Indis Tennysons Cure For It la recorded in Tennysons Life that he used to recommend to a young er brother tho thought of the stellar swarming with constellations and traversed by planets at Ineffable as a cure for and a lady of my acquaintance used to en deavor as a girl to stay her falling heart on the thought of eternity at such It is all In At the ur gent moment one cares very little about the stellar motions or the dim vistas of futurity and very much lu deed about the cut of ones coat and the glances of ones and the doctrines of the church and the pros pects of ultimate salvation are things very light in the scales in comparison with the pressing necessities of tho crisis and the desperate need to appear wholly Ben son in Putnams and A rival to the celebrated Mali prop Is to be found In a certain New York street car Tho other day a party of several women boarded his They were not able to flnd seats and two sat on the op posite side from the The wo man who paid the fares for the group offered the conductor a half neglecting to mention how many fares were to bo taken from Youre paying for these four be Indicating those who eat In line with of the wav inghis hand In the direction of the two on tho opposite are those ladles York Difficult Here are some extracts from a few modern popular said an au thor as he took down a scrap Then ho read The worthy pastor appeared at the manse his hands thrust deep In the pockets of his loose while he turned the leaves of his prayer book thoughtfully and wiped his glasses with a distraught After the door was closed a stealthy foot slipped into the room and with cautious hand extinguished the Fitzgibbon lingered over his final when a gentle voice tapped him on the he beheld his old friend once The chariot of revolution is rolling gnashing its teeth as it Engineer and Fireman July William and both of were killed by the explosion of the boiler a Hocking Valley freight locomotive at Powell sixteen miles north of The locomotive had just helped a freight train up the steep grade at Powell and was standing at the station awaiting to be uncoupled when tho accident The boiler was hurled sixty The bodies of both men were horribly man gled and Wetterman had run a locomotive for The cause of the accident is State Conference at Sagamore Oyster July dent Roosevelt conferredwith Secre tary of State Elihu Root and Assist ant and Acting Secretary of State art Bacon at the presidents home on Sagamore Hill for almost four The exact nature of their deliberations not be H la thought llkwly that the foremost subject was the situation at present existing be twmn the United States and Greedy Little Little creatures may be very greedy and yet not be able to eat much be cause of their as was for Jn the case of a batch of about little Chinook salmon that wore hatched out at the These young each about two Inches would eat so much that their little stomachs fairly stuck and yet to feed the whole took dally only one pound of liver and a quart of herring both chopped York Thaws Counsel Asks Jury July Harry Thaws fight for liberty was renewed today before Supreme Court Justice Mills at White His Charles Mdrschauser of Pough who passed on Thaws sauljjr in submitted affidavits and argu ments in support of his application a jury trial as to mental con Bombarding the July special dispatch to the Dally Mall from Teheran says that Rachln who in commaad large including several bat teries of quick Tabrji on July 8 and is bombarding the revp The the dispatch have telegraphed to the
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