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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania ESTABLISHED 189 JULY 1908 2 CENTS PER BLACKSNAKE GRABS LABORERS LUNCHEON Italian Workman Has Thrilling Encounter In Field July eat lunch In a field near Masontown a blacksnake Interrupted the feast ol Barney Frank and an Italian His snakeshlp threw two colls of his tall around the Italians right but the man was so busy eating that he did not know the snake was there un til he raised a morsel to his The snake made a dive for the sand wich In the hand of the Italian and the son of Italy went into He yelled and started to jump through the field with the snake hanging to his He succeeded In shaking the rep tile off and his companion dispatched it with a The snake measured eight feet seven the Italians de July ax man of the surveying corps at work on the new state road near Jacktown killed a big blacksnake near where the transit was set The dead reptile was left near the instrument while the corps went to When the men re turned they were surprised to the mate of the dead snake colled around one of the legs of the tripod with Its head extended and showing It was The snakes measured nearly five feet SPECIAL Beginning June We will close out our re 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 E Turner The House turnisher IN TREACHEROUS CREEK Oilfield Workers Meet Death in Swollen Waters Near TWO WORKMEN DROWN Swept Under Wharfbont While Five Companions July treacherous waters of old Middle Is land creek have claimed two more victims at this The victims were Steve Marlln and William God They were oil Held workers and resided in Ohio back of the village of They Intended to cross the creek in a but upon arriving at the wharf the ferryman was They be came Impatient at waiting and decid ed to take a skiff which was lying at the head of the wharf The creek was running out strong and when they had gotten In the skiff It gave evi dence of sinking and five Jumped for safety and succeeded in getting to The two who were drowned were unable to get out of the boat and it was washed under the wharf Qoddard succeeded in getting out from under the but sank be fore he could be Marlln was married and leaves a widow and five small He was about forty years of Goddard was single and about twentyone years STORM PREVENTS LYNCHING BEE Disperses Crowd Armed With Clubs and Ropes ro AVENGE WRONGS OF CHILD r July B B fine woolens at shelfemptying prices Cream all wool Out ing inches wide sold as Broad not at this French Cream and SVTiite fine Paris inches Fine Paris Dress all solid colors and dressy that sold 75c to a Double width fine plain all wool Black Drew often a chance to get light weight all wool IJlack Dresis the year these at the Broken lines all wool broken check Black Suiting inches Surplus lot wire thread Voiles 54 inches BOQQ3 NORTH July Sixyearold Jennie Sabel while playing with matches at the home of her parents In a set herself on fire and In trying to extinguish the flames her and he tots sister and brother were badly The four were taken a hos where It Is said Sabel prob ably will SPONGE 1lJ Hardly Single Caphander of Tripoli Escapes There ore a great many varieties of most which are found In the warmer para of the Tho bath sponges are chiefly obtained from the eastern half of the they ocdur at all depths down to 200 fathoms and aroobtained by div Writing In Harpers Furlong gives nn account of the of the Greek sponge divers off the coast of In north Attacks by sharks and dogfish have gradually frightened away tho common who dive naked with a pleco of flat marble and a and the field Is left clear for the as the men are called who use air suit and The greatest enemy of the caphnnder is hardly a single diver es caping from It In some form or The great cause of this disease is the sudden relief of pressure due to the rapid the dangerous symptoms appearing when the diver emerges into the fresh Strange as It may a partially paralyzed diver on descendiugluto the waters recovers the use of his limbs and his circulation becomes nor To battle with tills scourge the Greek government has issued regula tions as to the depths to which a diver shall go and has also provided a hos pital ship and a sponge divers hos pital on The English of A accompanied by her small was making various purchases at the army and navy stores In The boy grew Who are you buying those for he for was the Father In heaven or father In In dia the boy The lady mentioned tho remark to a thinking it re peated it to an Englishwoman at church a few days The English woman listened Poor woman she She was mar ried The Problem A story is told of a youug man In a great chess was so annoyed at his failure to solve an apparently simple problem that he vowed he would neither sleep nor eat until the solution was Ho shut himself up in a disused room uud was found four days later by his relatives terribly emaciated and out of his He spent a year in a luuutlc asylum as a result of his rash and the prob lem remains 8evenYeVOld Girl Kidnaped and Kept in Woodi Nearly All Night Her Screams Attract Notice of Sum mer Who Probably Saves Her Life Neighbors Gather Pre pared to Execute Vengeance When Storm Drives Them to cers Hustle Prisoner July a youilg man whose home Is In near narrowly es caped being lynched by excited resi dents of this vicinity who had been wrought to the point of doing bodily Injury to Hemphill because the latter had kidnaped Cora a seven yearold whose home is in Mill Only the quick action of the police in secrtly removing Hemphill to the Woodbury it is saved his Hemphill on Thursday last joined f Holiness meeting here and be it is with the He hired a team going to the home of the where the child was offered to drive the clergyman to the camp The offer was accepted and after leaving the minister at the camp Hemphill returned to the Jarrell home and told Jarrell that he had been lent for Helen age eight was and ing two children Into the A half hour later Helen came running back almost exhausted and told the pastors wife that after riding about a mile Hemp hill slapped her face and put her out of the carriage and had driven off with Jarrell at one notified her hus band and hundreds at once joined in the search for as nothing was seen or heard of her until nearly mid when Hanley a sum mer cottager at heard screams and leaving his home came across Hemphill and the Becket demand ed an explanation and Hemphill said that he had missed the train and that he and the girl were walking to He then moved saying I cant do anything with her so Ill leave her with Bockett secured a took the Blrl to her home and notified the A short time later Hemphill was captured at the Pitman railroad sta tion as he was buying a ticket for News of his capture was telephoned to Glassboro and men with baseball bats and some carry Ing ropes soon began to gather about the Glassboro When it was learned that Hemphili had not arrived the crowd determined to Another crowd gathered at the hotel at which the stages between Pitman and Glass boro stop and there were threats of Word was sent to Pitman of the temper of the crowd and it was decided to detain Hemphill there and give him an Immediate At 2 oclock in the morning he was ar raigned before Magistrate PouIIn and held in bail on the charge of attempting a statutory During the hearing a large crowd of Pitman residents gathered nnd threats against Hemphill were A thunderstorm broke at about this time and the crowd sought Hemphill during the of te storm was hustled into a covered wason nnd a quick trip was made to the Woodbury The physicians say the girl Is not seriously July age of was drowned in the Ohio canal at Penin Lelsey was u member of a cauip ing QUEBEC AWAITS ROYAL VISITOR While Heralds Proclaim Open ing of Grand Fete SHIPS ASSEMBLE IN HARBOR United States Battleship New Hamp shire on Her Way to Join Vice President Pairbanks Will Reach There Tomorrow to Repre sent the United Clad In Costume of Ancient Proclaim Opening of Festlvl Due July quaint old city Is in a flutter of anticipation over the arrival of the Prince of who will sail into the harbor Wednesday aboard the new British the to Inaugu rate the anniversary of the founding of by the French Great masses of troops are being as sembled here to do honor to the future monarch and to take part In the Champlaln The al ready presents a stirring naval spec with the British Ex THE SINEWS OF WAR Bryan Welcomes Tafts Manifesto and Urges a Still Higher Stand be Jiiit off the citadel between the British and French thus of fering an opportunity to compare the latest type of ships of three first naral KERR OUTLINES HIS PROGRAM Will Not Attempt to Boss State Committee SAYS MAJORITY SHOULD RULE Keep Your Eye On This Space For Saturday Specials Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier t CHAMPLAIN Russell and Dun can and the cruisers Venus and Arro the French battleships Leon Gambetta and Admiral which will soon bejoined by the United States battleship New Hampshire and later by the Prince of Waless squad the Mlnotour and other the whole presenting an assemblage of the latest Dreadnaught types of three foremost naval The Official The program of the fete follows July heralds atarms and men of the watch will ap pear in the costumed as in the time of The heralds will proceed through the stopping at all important and will make of ficial announcements in connection with the the arrival of of ficial and the program of the following July and re ception of official guests and of the French and American Perform ance of the pageant on the Plains of July prince of Wales will escorted by a naval and will land at the kings July com memorative of Champlain and of the founding of July Review on the Plains of Abraham before the prince of Wales and dedication of the Quebec Performance of the pa geant the July perform ance of the pageant on the July Messe Solen nelle on the Plains of July In the harbor in front of the Naval display at night by the ships of the fleets in the port at July prince of Wales will visit Victoria park and will plant a tree In commemoration ot his July of the Fairbanks Due Vice President who is to represent the United is expect ed to arrive tomorrow in time to be present at the welcome extended to the prince of The vicepresi dent is to bo quartered at Spencer a beautiful wooded estate on which is the official residence of the lieutenant governor of The American battleship New Hamp shire is now down the the understanding here being that she may not come to the city until In which case she will prob ably have an opportunity to extend tho first salute of welcome to the Indom bearing the The an chorale NawHampahlre Colonel Guffeys Successor as Na tional Commltteaman From Pennsyl vania Deprecates Continuance of Factional State Chairman Should Owe Allegiance to the Party Alone Says Bryans Chances for Election This Year Are Brighter Than Ever July National Couimltteman James who was In the city last stated that he expects to go to Harrlsburg tomorrow to consult with prominent state whowlll gather there for the meeting of the Democratic state committee on Asked if he expected to make a flght for con trol of the state he said Most assuredly The Demo cratic state committee should control itself In the interests of Democratic principles and Democratic It through Its be re sponsive to Democratic sentiment and should not be an agency for the ex ploitation of any one man or small group of men interested in control of the t In performance of such duties fall to me as Pennsylvanias mem ber of the national com mittee I shall attempt to follow the wishes of a majority of the Democrats of the state and I believe the members of the Democratic state committee should elect a state chairman with a like conception of his obligations to the members of the party at While at Denver and since my re turn from the Democratic national con vention I have conferred with Demo crats from various sections of the I find that sentiment is strong ly In favor of the idea that this is not the time for strife among Pennsyl vania Democrats and that we should have an organization built upon and responsive of the sentiment of the great army of Democratic The best way to start this plan Is to elect a chairman of the Democratic state committee who Is not a Guffey a Kerr man or any other mans but one who is a Democrat and whose reputation Is a guarantee that he will work for Democratic There IB not the slightest doubt in my Kerr that Bryan is stronger than ever he He has a reunited Democracy at his back and while there my be some dis satisfaction in some quarters I do not believe that It will count for Kerr declared there would be an energetic contest in Pennsylvania and that while he did not think it pos sible to turn Keystone state into the Democratic column It Is possible to cut down the topheavy Republican majority and thus help local Nominee Taft Announces That It Will Not Be Hot July na tional Republican committee will ac cept no contributions from corpora sold Judge William presidential candidate of the Republi can and In an Interview he also referred to prohibition and other VISITORS THRONG THE GAMP Guardsmen on Parade Win tin Governors Praise July There were than Sunday visit ors at Canip General Alexander From all the surrounding towns came train loads of people anxious to wit ness the parades and the rough and ready life of the citizen Once at the camp everybody found a cordial greeting and everything was thrown Just before dusk the First and Sec Taft said that not only i ond brigades The Impressive would the law of New York state pro viding for the publicity of campaign contributions be obeyed by the na tional Republican but the federal law prohibiting such contribu tions by corporations In connection with the election of vice representatives or senators would be followed without regard to any question of validity that might arise in respect to any provisions of that July state ment of Taft at Hot that the Republican national com mittee would not accept any contribu tions from corporations in his cam paign was viewed here with more than ordinary Bryan gave it his especial In so Im pressed was he with the announce ment that ho broke his usual silence and dictated the following statement We welcome him to this advanced ground and bid him to go further and announce that all Individual contribu tions above a reasonable minimum will be made known before the Colorado July scene was watched by Governor Stn art and his sister from his tent slon The governor said that he believes the the superior of any similar body In the For the flrst time In thirty years i Governor Stuart will ride a horse set apart as governors when the Commanderinchief of the guard will review the Dairy and Food accompanied by a corps of chemists and special iff in The agents gathered up more than 300samples of meat aid canned samples were to Immedi ately tests were made to ascertain purity of the which fora week will constitute the soldier Enough Coal for 490 July the coal originally In the Pennsylvania anthra cite fields short tons and In the bituminous fields short tons leaylBfr still In the ground tons When Frank chairman of anthracite and about of the Republican national of is the estimate of the situation reported Ri Campbell arrived here to consult with members of the national committee and chair men nf western state and territorial committees he was greeted by a large number of leaders who had reached Colorado Springs during the He found assurances from others made It certain that the two days conference which opens today will e a The national com from California and nere unable to July struck of the United States geological sur He figures thatat rate of production reached IB 1907the avail able coal supply In Pennsylvania would last about 490 China WH Send Her July Chinese gov ernment has decided to appoint Tang Mukden province and former board of foreign affairs as highcommissioner to ylslt Washington for the Of thanking the United States govern ment for remitting a portion of what Lading on the farm of Elby is known as the Boxer near and tore It to i killing three blooded July an expert was in stantly killed in the bridge shops of the Pennsylvania steel works while making He became en tangled in the machinery of u large crano and his limbs were terribly while he suffered three frac tures of the July for Cecilia daughter of former United States Deputy Marshal has filed suit asking damages against Louis The plaintiff was cashier and bookkeeper in the establishment of the and It is alleged that Miller circulated slanderous iftorts about July Shoemaker refused to pay a 10 cent penalty for falling to purchase a ticket before boarding a Big Four train here for Conductor McGraw was Insistent and as the train pulled Into Degraffe Shoemaker stabbed McGraw leaping from the McGraws condition U Now July flrst oar to enter this city overthe Pitts Harmony and New Castle electric Hue brought officials to con sult Judge Norman counsel of j the The regular passenger sched ule will be begun this when cars will make hourly trips between New Ellwood and July sleeping oh the Toledo and Ohio Central railway track at Bast came so close to death that his neck was slightly cut by a train that was stopped in the nick of New Elmer pastor of the Third United Presbyterian invited men of his congregation to sit In church without their Many availed themselves of the Rains Stop Great July succes sion of drenching very time ly In their have served to put a stop to the great fires which have damage amounting to hun dreds of thousands of dollars In the Maine woods during the last two Corptei In Railroad July the wrecking of the Maryland express near here on the Baltimore and Ohio eleven persons Spreading rails July a vain at caused the Two corpses in tempt to save the life of hia the baggage car were thrown out of Pierce a was drowned in the Schuylklll river before his ers The James fell lino the river and Baron went to bis July large tree was blown across a cottage near Spruce where a party ofAl toona girls were and cut the building in Panic the girls fied Into the rain and found shel ter with July Wellsvllles oldest man and the son of its the citizen in this part of died sud it is to old His 100th birlhday anniversary was cele brated June 3 July their which had been demol The injured are Paul Wil Chap Polk Joseph James Ma mie Mrs John Kln Lee wife of the general superintendent of the Davis Coal and Coke company baggage Insane Mother Kills Her July Isabella Sahlen fed her three small children poison and then strangled each with a handkerchief to make her work Then she sent to the grocery for more which she took iiiu it 1 D 1 I If ill W 41 9 1C iiWl OOllt lC11 children were dead when their mother boarding Gulseppe an Italian of crossed to the was discovered and Sahlen was Physicians did what they could house of a neighbor and attacked a fm he b nt ghe 08nnot number of persons with a In BurvjTe jurlng four of Murdered From July one of the most prominent citiienn of Hampshire while standing in front ot his store at Slanesvllle shot from ambush and instantly The murderer from a clump of bushes July Charles Sauders was washing her hands near the kitchen stove when lightning came down the chimney through the stovepipe and struck Although badly It IB thought Sanders will July Mar tin one of the bestknown steamboat men OH the Ohio died suildenly of heart failure at the Hotel Klverview in this Captain Brown operated packet boats in several trades between Pittsburgand July ford aicPeak of Bast who has been employed on a farm a few miles from this died from Inju ries received when he was struck by a heavy a part of a lifting appa ratus used in storing hay In a July Sellers of Hlghsplre was drowned in tho Susquebanua river almost at the point where Earl Spencer was killed by lightning last who was nineteen years of bad gone swimming when he was attacked by New July stenographers are preparing to forma union and will probably ask member In the New Castle trades and labor July hours after going to work for the Union Telephone company Earl Car age of was shocked to death by a ilvf July ton has received a check for fTOQO from an estate in England and cele brated by entertaining vat his homft every resident of Curiey A tog cabin was erected on the lawn aad twelve men and attired thtt garb of attacked lured dummy it UMM11 in the H
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