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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED JULY 2 CENTS PJBR AUTO KILLED HAZEL Latest Theory in the Teal Pond Tragedy Bears Marks cf Plausibility BODY THEN THROWN IN POND Absence of Motive for Murder Lends Color to Latest Supposition of Po Reward for July Hazel Drew came to her death as a result of an automobile accident Instead of being the victim of a foul and delib erate murder one of the theories put forth as a possible solution of the Teal pond After days of careful Investigation in which many theories have been advanced a mo tive for the murder is Noth ing has been learned that would war rant the authorities in making an ar rest in connection with the This being the the accident theory Is The macadam road between Troy and Averlll park is popular with auto A reckless chauffeur speed Ing along at night may have struck the girl with his causing death Rather than face the consequences and knowing the country It would have been a comparatively easy mat SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close out our re O maining stock of FROM THE See Fleet Approach from Vantage Points 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 Furnisher ter to have taken TEe girl Tn thecar up the lonely road toward Taborton and to have thrown her body Into the mill To give color to a suicide theory the hat and gloves were left on the Through a postal card received at the Drew home from New on the day of Hazels ad dressed to the dead girl and signed Carrie It was learned that Hazel and Carrie were good friends and that they went to New York to ether to spend Memorial Miss Weaver is employed In the household of a professor in the Rennsellaer Polytechnic Professor and Green came here from and they knew Carrie who was employed at New Last September they engaged her and she came The Greens live on Hawthorne near the home of Professor where Hazel was and Green and Cary are Green told Cary that Miss Weaver was unacquainted in Troy and they ar ranged to Introduce her to The girls became warm friends and fre quently spent their afternoons and evenings it was at Hazels suggestion that the trip to New York was Green arranged for a room for them through the Young Womens Christian association In New York and the girls left Troy on the New York boat on the night before Memorial While In New York they went to the theater and amused themselves by riding about the city on elevated and surface far as taiown they had no male companions during the Oil July to walk for three James Henry recovered her power of locomo tion and ran several hundred While sitting upon her porch she saw a street car upon which two of her daughters were passengers jump the The ran to the to Mansfield July Meyer and his motherinlaw had trouble and the woman caused his The motherinlaw told Mayor Brown that Meyer had killed his brother In a wine shop in Hungary in 1905 and served nine months in the penitentiary there for his The mayor notified the United States bureau of immigration and Meyer is in jail here and he will very likely be Easy I cannot live but a week longer wlzout you duke how can you fix on a specific length of time Ze landlord fix on not Louisville FLEET AT HONOLULU Islanders Watch Approach of the Ar mada From Mountain July The Atlantic battleship fleet arrived here at By universal consent the day was made a all business being suspended and thousands of people from dlffeient isands of the territory assembled on Diamond and other heights and points of vantage south east of this olty to view the approach of the Early In the morning the crowds be gan scrambling up the bluffs to catch the first sight of smoke above the southeastern and the first realization of the long cherished hope came at In tho when a message came from the leper settle ment on the Island of Molokai that the fleet had been sighted An overcast sky prevented the walchers near here from seeing far out to but tbe lookout was rewarded by the appearance of the Connecticut off the entrance to the channel at As soon as the Connecticut came to anchor she was boarded by the recep tion who formally wel comed Admiral Sperry and his officers and men to partake of Hawaiian hospi Later In the afternoon Rear Admiral Sperry made an official visit to Governor who returned the During the entire run to Honolulu the experienced pleasant weather and smooth Hi JWATKINS Chosen to Lead the Prohibition Fight in Presidential Campaign SRYAN PLANKSIH PLATFORM of Senators by Guar anty of Bank Deposits and Income Are Features of Party Declara tion Adopted at Their July For presi Eugene Chafln of Chicago or vice Aaron Watklna f This ticket was nominated by the rohibition convention and both nominations Ware made unani The full Indorsement of the convention was given to A THIRD TICKET NOW Efforts to Head off Independence TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF July Cath erine mother of Policeman Pat rick who died on dropped dead at his Fremont July A man claim ing to be Gilbert Humbet of Lorain was arrested here charged with being a member of a gang of horse July Walter was found dead In bed at his home by his his death being the result of a stroke of July George an inmate of insane ward 2 at the Northslde city wield ed a heavy polishing killing Harry also an July Fire Chafln until er three ballots md On the first two ballots ChaQn did not show a tteat amount ol but 195 out of votes on the first and 370 out of lio87 on the second His nomi nation was assured when the rollcall began fofjthe third His own which had voted largely tor Daniel Sheen of and New York followed by those of Indiana and came over to and on the third ballot he received a total of 036 The strongest competitor of Chafln was the Rev Pal more of received 274 votes on the first ballot and a com paratlvely small vpteafter it was evl dont that the nomination of Chafln could not be Declines Second Place It was then decided to make Mr Palmore the vice presidential nominee and he was named He declined to accept however and persisted in attitude despite the strong urgings orrhiB The finding confronted with the necessity oi naming anothe didate and many eing anxious to catch the early nlghtftrains for homo vice presidential ca of the delegates became involved t deep parlla July B B shelf emptying shoes Broken but enough lines combined to make practically complete assort ment of Womens hand sewed Womens and Womens Whit a Canvas ribbon tie Mens Patent Colt and Gun Metal button Ox Mens spike brueher All these and many other lines Shoes for Wom en and Children at Shelf Emptying This tho opportunity to save money on good Shoes all our own so the quality is here by many years records of sat isfied BOQQ8 ANIMALS Why Man Gives Preference to Right Hand Over Eight handednoss and right eyedness came with genus George Gould has watched for them In squir rels that use their front paws to hold cats that strike at Insects in the air or play with wounded mice and in many other but he Is certain no preference is given to the right side over the left 1 But In the lowest human savages all over tho world choice in greater ex pertness of one hand is clearly One cause for Its development Is In primitive military In all tribes and countries since man used Implements of offense and defense the left where the heart has been protected by the and the left hand was called the shield while the right hand was called tho spear Next to fighting came The fundamental condition of barter Ing was counting with tho low num one to The fingers of the free or right hand were naturally first and all fingers today are called as are the figures while the basis of our numberlngs is the decl mal or ten fingered Every drll aud action of the soldier from ancient Greece to modern America is right sid ed In every Firing from the right shoulder and sighting with the right eye bring the right eye into prom League Are in Vain jractlcal license of the social evil rhluh prevails In many of out With Its unspeakable traffic in Uniform marriage an divorce An constitutional employers liablU Court review 01 poatofflce depart ment The prohibition of child labor in workshops and Legislation basing suffrage only upon Intelligence and ability to read and write the English The preservation of the min eral and forest resources of the coun try and the improvement of the high ways and Believing In the righteousness of our cause and in the final triumph of our principles and convinced of the unwillingness of the Republican and Democratic parties to deal with these we invite to full party fellow ship all citizens who are with us starting in the laundry of the Rolf the most fashionable building in the containing thirtytwo promi nent did July thirty years of met a horrible death at North He attempted to board a Lake Shore freight train and was cut In two in sight of his July Tata has been appointed receiver for Hamburger on petition of cred who was a mer chant disappeared six weeks New July tbwn of Tuscarawas containing 500 was practically wiped out by Forty homes and business buildings were The loss is Fayette July Katharine Sweeney is dead at the home of her son Robert at the age of She was born at County and came to America with her husband in A Girl After His Own A wishing to know his fate at telegraphed a proposal of marriage to the lady of his After spending the entire day at the telegraph office he was dually reward ed lato In the evening by an affirma tive If I were suggested the tor when ho delivered the Id think twico before Id marry a girl that kept mo waiting all day for my retorted the Scot The lass who waits for the night rates is the lass for Maga times suspended and the suspen sions immediately Finally it was decided that Pro fessor Aaron Watkins of O should be named by acclamation There was no opposition to him at th moment and Chairman Charles Scan Ion was on the verge of declarin Professor Watkins the nominee when delegates In various parts of the hall broke in with a flood of amendments and suspensions of the An extended debate finally resulted in the restoration of the rules and in a ballot for the vice Three men were GIRL KILLED IN WRECK Mother Sees Her Ground to Death and Loses Mind From July One woman was two were perhaps mortally Injured and nearly a dozen persons were seriously hurt when the White Mountain express of the New New Haven and Hartford rail road was wrecked 100 feet west of the station Spreading rails caused the tencar train to leave the tracks while it was crossing a bridge over Steamboat and five of the pas senger Including four Pull were hurled Into a where they collapsed like paper That less than 15 of the 180 passengers were killed or Injured seems little short of as the train was going fifty miles an The most tragic incident of the wreck was the death of Miss Margaret Armstrong of who was seated Intone of the his train fen the Miss Armstrong sprang from seat and leaped out of a window just as the car toppled over and she was ground to death as her molher looked Armstrong fainted from the shock and when she recovered consciousness the hospl tal she was of her The doc tors administered opiates to quiet her They say her condition is serious ant that she may although she was not injured in the other woman who may die is Drake of New who was crushed in one of the Powder Explosion Kills GOMPERSS PLEA VAIN Hearst Cables Roast for Bryan and Democratic New July cablegram has been received from William Ran dolph in reply to a message transmitted to Hearst from Sam uel stating that in view of the Democratic stand for labor it would be an act of greatest patriot ism for the Independence party to In dorse the Democratic and Urging him not to run a third as it would elect Hearsts cablegram follows Tell Gompers that I not authorized to speak for the member ship of the Independence bui according to my personal standards a purer patriotism consists In laboring to establish a new party Which will be consistently to the Interests Of the citizenship and particularly to the advantage and advancement of thi producing I do not think thi path of patriotism lies in supporting a discredited and decadent old party which has neither conscientious con vlctlon nor honest or in in doralng chameleon candidates wh change the color of their polltlca opinion with every varying hue of op I do not think the bes benefit of laboring men lies In sup porting that old party because of a sop of false when the perform ance of that party while in power did more to Injure labor than all the In junctions ever Issued before or I have lost faith In the empty profes sions of an unregenerate I have lost confidence In tbe in the sincerity and even in the integ rity of Its I do not consider It to pretend to support that as a I distrust and de and I euruostly hops the Inde nendence party will give me an oppor tunity to vote for candidates that are both able and honest and for a decla of nrlnclples that Is both sound 3ud July Anna age assistant to he night telegraph operator at the Pennsylvania railroad was struck by a train and badly Miss Shepard was a student July Mc Nicholl Gas company Is piping this town and will furnish gas for domestic For some years the American Gas company has had a monopoly In this section and a rate war Is July shue made an attempt to get away to Cleveland with his but after traveling half a mile was compelled to IMP Arrives at Gettysburg to Par ticipate in Annual Outing of State Soldiers ONE GUARDSMAN IS KILLED Falls From Train After Scuffle With Provost Guard and Meets His Second Brigade Arrives In Camp To Due July five massed bands played the StarSpan gled Banner and Battery 0 fifedthe national salute of seventeen guns Camp Alexander as this years encampment of the Pefihsylva nla national guard Is Was formally The opening cere mony took place In front of the tent occupied by Brigadier General who was surrounded by his The Third brigade la the only one here in but the Second brigade began arriving last night and the First bri gade Is expected tomorrow when all the guardsmen of the numbering about will be under Governor Stuart arrived In camp on a special train from Harrlsburg short ly after 4 He met entire Third brigade and escorted to the headquarters of the governors Battery C nred the Barclay Frame of a member of Company Sixth regi was killed near Werneravtlle while proceeding with his company to the encampment Coroner Strasserln vestigated the case and Frame wanted to leave the which was against the and a guard at the objected a le ensued and Frame fell from the Frame was one of a detail sent to camp to erect He was thirty seven years of age aud had been a member of a company for seven years and also served with the command during the SpanishAmerican ROSE AND SHERIDAN WIN Demaree of Kentucky and July explo glve lt up because of the rapid con An Unhappy Prospective should Want the studio for Caretaker Some of these Is rented for Theres n sculptor molding nest JULY 18 Saturday Specials Childrens Wash White and Colored Sizes 3 to 8 onehalf Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier Holler of The ballot resulted In the nomination ol Professor Wat kins by an overwhelming majority and he was immediately made the unani mous choice of the Chafln Is a Both the presidential aud vice presi dential nomineesare candidates for governor in their respective states on the Prohibition Eugene Chafln is an He is a native of Waukesha and for several years practiced law He was at one time candidate for gov ernor of Wisconsin on the Prohibition ticket and was this year placed in the running for the same position in Illi nois by the Prohibitionists of that The forenoon session of the conven tion was devoted to the discussion and adoption of a which Is prob ably the shortest on containing not more than 350 It follows The Prohibition paity of the Unit ed assembled In convention at July ex pressing gratitude to Almighty God for the victories of our principles in the for encouragement at pres ent and for confidence of early and tri umphant success in the makes the following declaration of princi ples and pledges their enactment Into law when placed In power The submission by congress to the several states of an amendment to the federal constitution prohibiting the ex portation or transportation of alcoholic liquors for beverage The Prohibition The immediate prohibition of the liquor traffic for beverage purposes in the District of in the terri tories and all places over which the national government has jurisdiction the repeal of the Internal revenue tax on alcoholic liquors and the prohlbl lion of the interstate traffic The election of United States senators by direct vote of the Equitable graduated income and in herltance Theestablishment of postal sav ings banks and the guarantee of de posits in Tbe regulation of all corpora lions doing an interstate commerce The creation of a permanen tariff The strict enforcement of law sion In the powder magazine of the Northwestern Improvement company illed nine persons and seriously in ured a number of The dead re George Manager of the Northwestern Improvement company tore Gilford clerk Vndy clerk Perry of brlckmaker Infant child of Moffatt Joe miner Joe miner two Mana er Mead and the clerks from the tore went to the powder house to as 1st In unloading a carload of low the accident happened Is not Southern Republics July terrific earthquake occurred in the provinces jf Tacna and In and in he southern part of Peru and deslruclion of jut no loss of is The cable between Arica and Lima has een broken and the telegraph lines o Bolivia denslng of He will not make an other July todes peraticu by brooding over the death o her who was drowned in a hole of water in the backyard of her William Conluer made her way to the Ohio river and ended her life by July Clarion Roosevelt Declines Oyster July dent Roosevelt has refused an offer 0 make speeches into the receiver of 1 talking machine for the purpose making records for public Britain to Buy July Daily Express states that Great Britain will purchase he three Brazilian battleships now under construction la Parker Executes Just July Judge Alton while visiting partic ipated in a The dead One large and vociferous The judge was riding a horse in the wdke of a band of sheep at Riverside ranch when he took judicial cognizance of the The rattler waved It3 His not to be waved all technicalities and by virtue of his authority and a large stone executed Ihe defendant on the Launch 25 July pleasure launch bound from Manila to Corregidor la carrying about seventyfive pas was caught in a typhoon and It la believed twentyfive ol tbe Including three Amer were The numbering about were picked uf county has been visited by the most severe hailstorm In ita The storm was of less than five minutes but that time cornfields were mowed fruit trees stripped and young poultry July for dam ages aggregating have been entered In the United States circuit court against the Pittsburg Coal com pany as a result of the Darr mine dis aster of There are eighteen mostly widows and July State Health Commissioner Dlxon is keeping in close touch with the typhoid fever epidemic at Cambria and is assisting Ihe local health au thorities to combat There were twentyone cases reported in the past Dixon thinks the outbreak Is due to a polluted water July Fire which started in a lumber yard at Ohio City spread rapidly and for a time it was feared the entire town would be wiped The names were finally brought under control after the Kountz planing together with a large quantity of lumber and a number of residences had been July has been selected as the open ing date of the Republican national and stale campaign to be held hero James vice presidential will be asked to Senalor Beverldge of Govern or Hughes ot New York and Governor Harris are expected to make July riot in which six men received injuries more or less serious took place at the corner of Lakeside avenue and West Sixth The rioters were an nonunion The union men have been on strike for several weeks The trouble followed an attempt on a Geld Medals In Olympic July was Americas day In the Olympic sports at the sta both big events which reached the throwing the free and putting the being ried off by Martin Sheridan of the IrishAmerican Athletic club and Ralph Rose of the Olympic Siin The United Kingdom captured the third the 400meter swimming in which Taylor added to the score ot his country by beating the Australian and Scheff ot The final also was reached in the cycle but this proved such a fiasco the attempt8 ot the of France and Klngsbury and Johnson of force each other to take the pace that the judges declared the event it not being finished within the time Italy got her first gold medal In the eam gymnastic receiv ng the greatest number of points against a great array of It was miserably wet and cold all the rain fUIlng heavily from early morning until after tho last event had jeen The competitors and officials who had to be in the field were dripping with water all day long and the whole scene was about as cheerless as could be The stands and course were deserted and ate In the afternoon tbe running track resembled a Fortunately there were no running races on the pro All the gymnastic which were the feature of previous had to be put oft and even the sand did not make Its appearance to lelp dispel tho Antia Indorse July excutlve com mittee of the AntiImperialist league has issued a statement recommending that the friends of the league with hold their votes from William Taft for president and support William The statement Though other ways of opposing the attitude of Taft may be it is ob vious direct support of Bryan is an effective means of rebuking impe rialism because of his sincerity and his earnest purpose to the Filipinos their independence and be cause he stands upon a platform which meets upon this vital Issue our unqualified instead of the tolerance and tne British steamer Automobile Runs Atlantic Charles Houghton of Philadelphia was painfully injured in a peculiar au tomobile He was unloading his motor car from the freight caj when a freight handler inadvertently moved the switch up to the highspeed Houghton not notice slipped in the plug tu on the The oar dashed off mile a minute gait and Houghttjn thrown violently over the on hh turned a 1U top with the wheels spinning   

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