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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JULY 2 CENTS PER WHICH RIGHT if Yen Gun Untangle the Knoti In This A young man named Enatblus de Blred to eloquence aud art of and he bargained with Pro the ancient Greek for agreeing to pay one half of the fee down and the other half on the first day he gained a It took the young man so long to learn that his tutor came to the conclusion that he was delaying his start In business to avoid paying the other half of the so Protagoras sued him for the When the case came up for trial Pro tagoras said to the young man You act most young be cause In either case you must pay If the Judges decide against you must and If they decide for you you must for you will then have gained your You are replied the young I will win either If the judges are for 1 will not have to and If they are against me I will not have to for this last was the very bargain between If I did not win my The judges considered the case Inex and as they could not see their way to any decision they ad journed the case to a day that never came for any of the On Protagoras side It was a case of los lag when he won and on the young students side winning when he lost iiiiliiifii SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close out our re Cf 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 Hirnisher FALSE STATEMENTS Crand Jury Finds True Bill Against a Prominent Prohibi tion Politician I July B B suitings light stylish stripes and broken 56 inches Large lot stylish light inches Says Simpson When Her Mother Fatally Shoots Her Husband REFUSES AID TO WOUNDED MAN Tragic Sequel to Accidental by Simpson of His Fatherin Perforates Mak ing Probably Fatal July a few feet of the spot a little more than two years he shot and killed his aged Weddell a of New was shot and perhaps mortally wounded by his Hartley the woman he made a Simpsons from whom he has been estranged for many was near when the shot was but she did not witness the Upon learning that It was her husband who had been wounded she refused to go near and Simpson had to crawl to a house 200 feet away to have his wound attended Horner was arrested and held In ball while with the assistance of two made his way to Roosevelt hospital in New The bullet lodged in his liver and an immediate operation was per formed to take the bullet The doctors say Simpson has only a small chance of Simpsons story is that he had received word that his wife Intended to sue him for a divorce and that he went to the Horner home to talk with her about He says he rang the doorbell and upon receiving no re sponse peered through the door He Saw he and called to her to open the Simpson Horner shot Horner does not deny the but says Simpson had several times called at the house and that his visits were When he came this time she ordered him away and when he refused to go she took up a revolver and shot at This second tragedy at the Horner homestead is another chapter In a se rles of unhappy domestic The shooting of Hartley Horner by Simpson aroused the countryside in and when the dentist was put on trial his wife took the stand against Horner also gave damaging testimony against her Simpson was going through the manual of arms with a shotgun when he accidentally shot his After the verdict of acquittal Simpson resumed the practice of den He opened offices In New but he had lost many of his clients and of It is he has sought financial Simpson said that while she was not present when her mother fired the shot at Simpson she be lieved her mother was Justified and Simpson got what he de When my mother ordered SJinp son off the place he made as though to put Ws hand In his pistol said Mother believed he was going to shoot so she shot HOMER CASTLE INDICTED Former Prohibition Candidate Charged With July bills of Indictment charging conspiracy in printing and circulating false financial statements of the Standard Title and Trust company of this city were returned by the grand jury here against Homer Castle of at one time prohibition candidate for governor of and his as sociates in the promotion of the trust company which never opened for busi Those Indicted with Castle In cludeCharles Philadelphia Massington of Arthur Williams of Chicago and Asplnwall of The grand jury also returned Indict ments against Henry Cohen of New York and Colonel Ford and Ralston of Chicago on charges of conspiracy in other alleged misrepre sentations of the trust companys financial It is claimed by stockholders of the trust company that about is due them for money paid in and the indictments are the result of an effort made through re ceivers to recover that amount from the promoters of the Baby Born on Street July car traffic In Washington street was brought to a standstill for half an hour when John a passenger on an Arinltage avenue gave birth to a girl The woman was on the way to a hospital accompanied by a a physician attached to the city health depart was called and later mother and child were taken in a police am bulance to a OUTSIDE THE PARTY Prohibitionists May Go for a Candidate for the Pres idential Office HANLY OF Delegates From That State to National Convention at Columbia Believe the Governor Would Be Acceptable to tha WaterWagon July but few of the delegates to the national Prohibition which will be held tomorrow and on the the contest for the nomina tion for president presents no delinite Some of the Indiana delegates want to go outside the party for the nomination and advance the some what startling proposition to nominate Governor Hanly of Indiana for presi He would be acceptable to the although a AMERICAraDSHOWING First and Second in RecordBreak ing Olympiad Race to Imported inches wide ft Genuine 50 cent striped inches dark stripes quiet suiting Lot double width 45 cent American and plaid Paris Novelties and solid color French and Ail tneso and many more at similar prices to empty shelves and save your pocket BOQQ8 July Will Appeal to New July thou sand New York machinists represent ed by district 15 of their national organization are preparing a protest to President Roosevelt against a navy rard order prohibiting their taking part In The Central ed union will voice the July Dora Bui whose husband Charles was mur dered near In has Just received word from Hopper of Eng that the decedent Is the sole heir to a estate left by relatives In England and that Us heir she will inherit the Since her hus bands death Bullus has support ed herself by July settle ment affecting men In Pennsyl Mis souri and Illinois was reached at De troit between the Western Bar Iron association and the Amalgamated As sociation of Steel and Tlnwork ers and tho wage scale signed for the year ending June By its terms the puddlers are given a cut of about 8 per cent and the llnishers 2 per TR1STATE NEWS IN BRIEF July are multiplying in all brunches of trade that a return of normal business con ditions is rapidly July a prominent young man of thla who was prospecolng for was drowned In the lunoko river in Alaska a few hundred miles from Alibi for Steve Grand July defenso rested in the case of Steve charged with the murder of Arthur mine after producing eight who GOVERNOR FRANK Others want to nomjnate Governor Governor Glenn of North Carolina and others are talking of Congressman Charles Ldttlefield who supported the bill to prohibit the trans portation of liquor in interstate com merce under certain The national committee has In its war chest and contributions are coming in very especially from the The largest vote polled by the Prohibitionists was in when their candidate secured a total vote of Chairman Jones estimated that the vote will pass this highwater mark MAKE A GOOD START jDECUfflE FOR Americans Win Preliminary Heats r lurinu Hiiiinou uy met ICUOUL UUHVOU July interfered Labor Leaders VlSlt FairVIBW He at his command copies The platform adopted will com mend Itself to all thoughtful especially the planks In relation to na tional banks and the The labor organizations of the coun try are well satisfied and I believe we will get practically their united sup port and will also get the Indorsement of many Independent Republican bold ness One way for the Democratic party to be successful for all to put their to the wheel and do all they can to eleot the Hot July writ ing his speech of acceptance William Taft Is making a careful study Of the Democratic and Republican plat forms adopted by the recent conven and Announce Their Sup port of Nebraskan TAFT BUSY WITH HIS SPEECH badly with the opening of the fourth international Olympiad by the king at the stadium at Shepherds Bush although It cleared off before the hour set for the formal the at tendance fell short of In some of the events the contest ants appeared affected by the adverse weather but In other events particularly the In which the greatest Interest tho men were up to their form and twice during the afternoon the record for the distance was Melvin Sheppard of the IrishAmerican Athletic club of New York was the first to accomplish the when in the second pressed hard by his team Halstead of the New York Athletic he ran the dis tance in the splendid time of Ing presidential In political just 25 of a second faster than that circles this announcement overshad made by Llghtbody of the Uni1 owed aU even the arrival of verslty of Chicago at the John w Kemi vlce presidential games at Louis In The two I nomlnee whlle Qomperss sup Americans In this heat beat a number of speeches of acceptance of candi dates of both parties of recent and within a day or two he will re ceive copies of the platforms of both parties for many Taft la Ing through all the documents bearing Republican Candidate Will Treat at j on the subject and before concluding Length of the Injunction oults Authorities as Though Prepar ing to Present Case In July his work he will have the views of many leaders of the party on the draft of the Of all the planks in the platform that relating to Injunctions is probably the one that will receive greatest at So much has bten said on Samuel Gompers president of the j this criticism from Deino Amerlcan Federation of will cratlc sources having been made on support WliUam Bryan In the com and the two parties having adopted planks on that subject which are lia ble to play an part in the Taft will declare his position on this important question in m neat a luimuer to the he forceful and unmistakable of good Inducing e d t Senator Warners notification speech I 3SlS stump the com1 wdll be so brief that it will not require aa 8 psHvao the IHshAmerlcan Ing gained currency Us Athletic club and who were that the labor leader would speak for first and second respectively in the but he made no announce first heat of this took longer He left Fairvlew after a fifteen to cover the but they were not Keefe Denounces July his annual report before the convention of Long Marine and Transport work ers here President Keefe condemned the recent use of injunction powers by the courts and laid before the delegates the necessity of labor get ting legislation to limit injunction by federal courts in labor disputes and also jury trials in cases of contempt of He defended the local option and legislation against child labor and urged affiliation with central bodies and state federations for mutual protection and He characterized the individual con tract and open shop as the twin broth ers of born to betray organized The report of the credentials committee was adopted without Hundreds Dead and Los July dreds of dead and dying parrots and Weltzel of Robinson township has entestified that Adams was playing cards tered a suit against McNall for at Kennans boarding house In alleged alienation of the affections of Ophir on the November night In 1902 Weitzel and asking for when Collins was shot in He alleges that Ms wife met and that he was still there when a McNall about a year ago and that she fetuses to reside with the July touring car owned by John and occupied by his four children and chauffeur was struck by a trolley car here and thrown thirty Aldan age was badly cut about the head and face by broken glass and taken to the city The others escaped man brought news of the Bishop Potter Still July henry Potters condition shows a marked degree of Improvement and after a comfortable night he was able to be removed from his bed and sit up In a reclining chair for a brief It Is hoped In spite of the grave complications in the tha Improvement may be this year because of the marked In parrokeets were discovered at the ar crease In prohibition espej cade depot bjr offlclaia tha society cially in the He estimates Hiat the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani whose attention was called to the condition of a large shipment en route from to July age was instantly his neck being when he dove into three feet of water in the strik ing his head on the plank floor of the aqueduct over a July brother of Mickey Gannon the was found dead In bed at his mothers home in South Greens He was twentynine years old and was subject to July peo pie of were treat ed to a slate storm when a bolt struck the tower of the Farmers and Mechan ics scattering an Immense quan tity pf slate into tho streets Martins July age of Canons was drowned In the Ohio river and his body was not He dived from a skiff with three compan ions when cramps attacked July Harry a successful dentist of thirtyBine years was found dead in the rooms adjoining his where he made his Heart trouble is assigned as tL July men at work on a scaffold repairing the suspension bridge fell Into the a distance of seventy Fred Yaus was drowned and the other two were taken out in time to bringi them to July West Virginia Christian Endeavor union is holding its fourth biennial convention here presided over by State President Martman of Keep Your Eye On This Space For Saturday Specials Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier the number of people embraced In prohibition territory has grown since the last national election from to There are and It is estimated that the convention will bring from to visitors to the Wright Declines July Seaborn a member of the Georgia leg islature and advocate of pro who has been mentioned as the possible nominee for the president by the Prohibition says he cannot accept the nomination should it be given Wrights state ment follows In a conference recently with Chairmen Jones and Wilson I told them I could not accept a nomination for president by the Prohibition The question of negro domination was not in my I have no fear of this in the It is the fear of liquor domination in the Democratic party In the If I should go out of the Democratic party to accept the nomination for president and carry with rne any con siderable number of southern Demo crats it would turn the dominant Dem ocratic party in the south over to the liquor element in the resulting In a repeal of the prohibition legisla tion secured already in the south through the Democratic The one overshadowing question before the American people Is a Intelligent if the American saloon Is not destroyed It will event ually destroy this republic through the corruption of tho especially In our great The temperance question Is not so much the right of the Individual to drink as the right of the liquor interest to destroy the citl enshlp upon which this republic is His A touching Instance of the humor which never deserts u true Irishman even In his worst troubles is soldier was seuu In the trenches holding his hands above the earth His captain asked What are you doing that Pat He with a as he worked his fingers Im feeling for a Just then u ilflu bullstruck his arm just below the wrist Then a queer ex pression of pain aud tiuuior passed over his face as he exclaimed And faith Its a don minutes Interview with At present It IB believed there will be no need for Comperes service In an oratorical sense and Gompers does not expect to be called on to speak publicly in the The Republican Gom ignored the demands of i ror while the Democrats acknowl rd them in their His he is clear and he will do v is demanded of him In the Inter t of labor as best expressed In the irm adopted at As at is can be better expended else T thMi on the and Kern interview with was attended by Frank Mor ol the and also a labor of organized labor vice presidential v and party reached Station by the trolley in his neglected Fedora t alpaca went out to greet there is the rice vert the leader of the smtl il axtending his ha Kern said in reply was n the but his smile as he shook hands vig Three hundred delegates are July Lima loco motive and machine which has been practically shut down for four announces the replacing of 500 The order is effective at once and old men who had left the city have been July At a meeting of the conciliation board here and the vice presl lUniial arm in led the to Iho Bryan home followed by 1 delegateatlarge to lui convention John number of the state central commit tee of and chairman of that Jack after talking with de clared that Indiana would go for Bryan by He based this prediction on a canvass he he had been making since the middle of He anticipated the enrollment of many Roosevelt Repub licans on the Bryan Will Speak In Bryan told his visitors that it had been reported he would make a frontporch He was by no means certain of but admitted that he had promised to make a speech The speech of acceptance also will be The letter of acceptance will treat public questions at greater length and will not be forthcoming for several weeks after the ceremony of notifying the candidate has taken Taft has invited no one here this week except Vorys of who will be in charge of the campaign in Hitchcock New July Frank chairman of the Republican national has selected ters for the committee in the Metro politan Life building been the local In the two national The home of the committee will bo on the tenth floor of the new Metropolitan Hitchcock went to Utlca today to confer with the Republican candidate for vice presi The presidential campaign will be Inaugurated Hitchcock said It is my intention to spend most of the time during the campaign in this city and direct the fight from Taft will not make any speeches until after the first of Sep i Promise to Support July of the Democratic organization ol this city and the delegates elected by the Guffey faction of the party reached this cdty from The returning Democrats expressed indignation at the treatment accorded them at the but all exprssed loyalty to Bryan and City Commission er Charles one of the city declared that the local Demo cratic organization would support the ticket named at but that the organization would oppose James the newly elected national committee and his followers In any attempt to secure control of the state organi July Schoen secretary and treasurer of the Columbus American association base ball is acting president of the President Bryce having dropped dead on the ball The two have controlled 52 per cent of the In Chicago on Labor Aside from stock of the which has been pay this date the candidate for the presi dency had made no Interest today naturally centered in the visit of members of the new na tional national committeeman from stated that the chairmanship of the commit tee lay among James of Campau of Lamb of Indiana Ing for the last five or six point Ing to his face and Policeman William McBrlde was found at and Diamond Passersby could not at first Imagine what afflicted but an examination showed that his face was so badly swollen that it was impossible for Mm to He was aud Atwood of Today specuj Buflering from a kissing bug July convicted of aiding and abetting Lee former cashier pf the En terprise National in abstracting funds from the was taken to the Western penitentiary to begrln his term of five years and three This action disposed of all criminal cases growing put of the failure Qf the July Is an nounced from the Albany headquar ters of the Democratic state commit tee that Chairman Conners has sent letters to Democratic state coinmlt teemen and various county chairmen requesting that a call be issued imme diately for a meeting of the general committee in each locality and that arrangements be made for a ratifica tion meeting and to organize and Kerii clubs in each county I want to have at least one cation meeting In every county before the first of says the letter In Hopeful of I have just relumed from frankly and sincerely feeling very eu the request of the Colonial Collertes orgiastic about the says the company of Northumberland county j The convention was one of to be made a party to the award of the anthracite strike commissions find ings was held under greatest I have ever attended or heard H was a magnificent testi monial pf the high regard in which Bryan io held Origin of Even as early as the days of Henry some sort of volunteer had existed In what is now the Honorable Artillery company formed at that time and became a center of instruction for the city train ed bands during the tlmja of Honorable ArtHleryJcompany may counted among the things which In the for in was formed the Ancient and Honora ble Artillery Company of JLondon   

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