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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED 1897 JULY 2 CENTS PER AUNTS TEMPTED CLERK And Heavens Lent Wild Setting For His Grime MURDERS TRUSTING RELATIVE August Eberhard of New York Sought by Who Accuse Him of One of the Most Atrocious Crimes That Stain Annals of That Say Hi Lured Pretty Cousin and Her Mother From Their Home in Promising Marriage But Planning New July they were about to capture August Eber Uie grocers who is sought by the police In connection with the murder of his Ottillie Bber the police and a posse of citi zens searched a thicket at finally capturing the only to learn he was a Friends of August Eberhard are at a loss to understand his disappearance the murder of his aunt and the wounding of Miss Ottillie bis pretty twentyyearold cousin and Affianced 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 Housa Hirnisher July B B shelf emptying embroideries F ifty and 75c Swiss Flouncings for pretty Embroid and 12 inches wide this lot embraces Embroideries at only a third their original of many lots half price in this Embroidery Shelf Thirty and 85c wide showy Swiss Insertions 3 to 5 inches a Dollar and Allover or eye let Swiss or a And thus the assortment and prices range thruout the entire embroidery sec who have use now or in the fine Embroideries at prices that are emptying shelveg nows their BOQG3 NORTH BURY THE HATCHET But Are Keeping a Tight Grip on The Handle Thereof Just the Same There was a pathetic scene when MUs Eberhard was taken to the scene of the The girl showed a remarkable memory and accurately guided ahe detectives to the spot where she herself was The girl was deeply but she showed great courage and retold the story of the She says that when her cousin helped them off the trolley car on which they had come from Port Lee It was already dark and a thunderstorm was coming He led them north ward for some distance and then ex citedly announced that he was lost and did not know where to They decided to push on the girl and had gone but a short dis tance when they stumbled upon the tracks of the Susquehanna The Shooting this will lead us to a town or a she says her cousin Then he bad them walk ahead of him and thfis resumed the tramp through the The storm came up and the lightning flashed in blinding Suddenly the girl says she heard her mother cry out Just after there had been a Sash of I have been struck by lightning Eberhard sank to the ground and the girl start ed to her aid when she saw the flash from a revolver and hoard the report of a A bullet whistled by her The shots came from between two freight she While the girl was hesitating what to she says her cousin started to push her along the tracks ahead of him and kept telling her to He accom panied her only a few she de and then she had to go on Every time she looked back she says there was a pistol shot and two of the bullets hit but Inflicted only slight Eberhard The girl found refuge In the home of a farmer and Eberhard has hot been seen Two trains passed the spot where the shooting took the first one cutting the body of Bberhard in The investigation has disclosed while the body of Si trhard fell on the tracks used by it was lifted to the tr Jks of the southbound This nids to the belief that the mur derer that two trains would be along ipid would run over the thus It appear that the woman had been killed by a After telling her story to the detec tives Miss Eberbard was taken back to where she is stopping In a She was so overwrought by excitement that It was necessary to summon a physician and she waa too 111 to attend the funeral of her The body of Eberhard was burled in the Ridgewotrf Protes tant Plotted a Long According to the Eberhard hud been at work for months plotting the crime to gain possession of the little fortune that his aunt in Austria He wrote many painting in glowing colors the riches that would be here if she only would leave the old home In Austria and come to this new To the womans age also bearing the name Eberhard promised mar riage if they would but come to Finally yielding his importunities EUerhard and her daughter set Ball for this They arrived in New York last Thursday on the steam er the mother carrying in the bosom of her who had been employed in a grocery in Nicholas asked his employer for a vacation and met them at the After settling them temporarily at a little hotel at Tenth avenue nnd Twentythird street he took the elder woman to a money where her little store of wealth was quickly converted into American It was the intense heat which furnished the pretext for the trip to the country with Its tragic Alleged Embezzler July who is under indictment at for has been arrested by the Chicago INDORSE BUT Philadelphia Guffeyltes Denounce Ao tlon of July a meet Ing of the Democratic city committee I of which is controlled by the Ouffey faction of the a resolution was while indorsing William Jennings Bryan for president and John Kern for vice denounces the action of the Democratic national convention at Denver for unseating eight delegates from Philadelphia In favor of dele gates opposed to the The resolution was presented by County Commissioner Charles one of the leaders who led the fight before the credentials committee at Denver In behalf of the eight delegates who were and the resolution was adopted Don nelly in offering the resolution made a speech in which he declared that the action of the Denver convention in unseating the eight Philadelphia or ganization delegates was a highhand ed outrage and an act political lar The resolution says among other things We cannot forego the opportunity to condemn the Denver convention in unseating eight delegates from Phila who had been fair ly and legally and to denounce the action that led to the disfranchlse ment of the sovereign state of Penn The resolution urges the Democratic workers to secure a larger vote in Philadelphia for William Jennings Bryan than he received in either of his previous campaigns for WEATHER West Virginia Showers Tuesday Western Pennsylvania and Ohio Showers Tuesday fair fresh east Chicago Grain July cables and liberal primary receipts had a depress Ing effect today on the local wheat the September delivery clos ing at a loss of Corn was un Oats were off Provisions were 7 to Septem ber options closed Plttsburg 3 yellow 1 24 25 Ohio cream full 150 cars market dull prices 50 6 tidy 5 common to good fat fresh and common to Sheep and 18 double decks market steady on lower on Prime good fair culls and veal heavy clipped spring and Hogs Receipts 35 double decks market Prime medium and heavy light Keep Your Eye On This Space For Saturday Specials Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier YANKEES ME THREE FINALS Rector and Ewry Win in Their Events GAIN ON THE BRITISH SQUAD Rector In the 100Meters Sprint Beats the Cambridge Who Never Was Headed the King of Easily Dis poses of All In the Broad Takes First and Another Is Third In Same July second week of the Olympic contests began with the first day devoted principally to field sports such as Americans are ac customed to The track ath letes were the stars and the American and British runners and Jumpers gath ered in the lions share of the Several hundreds of most ly with many who were massed together in the seats next to the royal gave an exhibi tion of cheering which suggested an American college crowd and immense ly amused the The spectacular features were the seventeen trial heats of the 100meters sprint and the eight trial heats of the These furnished several close and stirring In the sprints America captured eight heats and Great Britain Rector PLENTY OF WORK AHEAD BY GOVERNOR Western They Tell Hitch Will Require Work but Aae Safe j TAFT WISHES HIMSELF BACK ON THE BENCH Guardsmen March Past Com HfTCHCOCK HEARS REPORTS Vigorous Work Necessary In Western Say Their Colorado July The flrst session of the Republican leaders with Chairman Frank Hitch cock of the national committee lasted several During time mem bers of the national committee and the chairmen of the state central com mittees from sixteen states and territo ries addressed the assembly and ex plained state Hitchcock is talking individually with the leaders from the western states to work out wUh still greater detail plans fop opening and conduct1 ing the The greatest enthu siasm was displayed by all the partic ipants in the The representatives from Califor Mon North South Washington and i Wyoming declared in positive terms that their states could be carried for Taft and Sherman but at the same j time iimisted that the campaigns there should be carried on with the greatest the enthusiasm extending to Oklahoma and Texas and to the terri IMPOSING APPEARANCE Says Proper Criticism of Courts Is Justifiable Hot July William Taft assisted in the open Ing of court and in the dedication of a courthouse at five miles from Hot The subject of his speech was the administration of justice by the He was greet ed by a large assemblage of sojourn ers at neighboring resorts and coun try many of whom traveled far to see and hear the Republican candi date for the The strength of the he de was based on the fact that It rented upon the principle that the peo Real Casualty Occurs In Sham Battle When Private Receives FiveInch Cut In the Leg From New Style Bayonet Officers Finger Nearly Severed by Same Weapons During In of Citizen Soldiers Only ThirtyFive Being on Sick July a day of the hardest work since the opening of Camp Hays officers and men of the national guard are pre pared for the grand which Is scheduled to take place this afternoon before Governor Stuart and his The review promises to be the most Imposing ever held in the history of the In addition to Governor Stuart and bis staff there will be pres ent to witness the fnrade of the troops three major former BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL LouisNew At R H E 8 3 10000101 6 2 Willis and Gibson Mclntyre and At R H E 01111100 11 3 G 1 Reulbach and Moran Boultes and At RHE 9 2 0001001010 12 4 Corridon and Jacklltsch Spade and Standing of the 50 33 New 48 34 48 34 45 40 40 38 37 46 30 49 29 53 Games Brooklyn at Boston at New York at Philadelphia at on juries and in other He justified proper criticism of the courts by the people because by such criti cism those who administer justice shall feel that they are under the crit ical eye of men and women entitled to have justice of the people adminis tered without fear or He could not come into the atmos phere of the he without a feeling of deep regret that he had ever left the He concluded his re marks by congratulating Bath county upon fact that in it the two great poMtiral parties are nearly equally di he was a guarantee evils In the administration of 31 To Campaign July July ill the Prohibiton national head Hugene nom will address the cf the national compaignon Vice Presl Candidate Aaron Watkins of will deliver his first campaign is at a picnic at Sylvan Lycoming Be 1 both candidates to enter on extended and General Gobin of Only one regiment of the guard will not be present In the review Third of repre sented the state at the maneuvers of the regulars at Pine In order to guard against any fur ther damage to the camp from fires several more of which have a division fire department has been organized The bayonets issued to the men are unusually sharp and two accidents have occurred from In one case Private James Hessof a member of Company Ninth regi was stabbed in the leg during a charge in a sham battle and sustained a wound five inches He is in the The other accldont occurred while Lieutenant commander of the division was inspecting the The weapon slipped and one finger of Lieutenant Phlfer was almost The hospital corps has little to only thirtyfive wen being on the sick FULL DINNER PAIL PROSPERITY SLOGAN of the University oC Virginia was the particular for he beat quite hand ily MacLeod of the holder of three varsity who never before was and In doing so he equalled the Olympic record for the distance of 10 45 German Beats The names of Halstead and went up on the blackboard as the winners of their heats In the 900meters This event proved a disappointment to Eng which waa counting upon more than the two heats which it The much to the surprise the outran who was one of their Lunghi of Italy beat Coe of the University of Michigan in the excel lent time of and he and the Cambridge halfmile who captured the sixth heat in will give the Americans a hard tussle In the IrishAmerican Athletic captured his heat of the 400 meters hurdle race In 57 win ning by twentylive while Coe distinguished himself by defeating the former British cham although he had just contested a hard 800 meters against The British won six and the Americans three of the nine heats in the The American were raised to the flagpole three signifying victory in the finals in the 100meters the standing broad jump the bantam catchascatchcan Daniels Wins His New York Athletic the American won the swimming event lu the fast time of which equals the Olympic rec He was closely followed to the tape by de Halmay of with Julin of Sweden The standing broad jumping contest was practically an American al though no records were Ray American being considerably behind bis own record made at His greatest dis tance wae 10 feet 11 Tslolltl the won second in this with 10 feet 7 one quarter of an inch better than Martin Athletic AMERICAN I At R H E 10 0 5 4 Young and Crlger Owen and Sullivan and At R HE 00013001 10 G 10002000 5 0 Falkenberg and Street Thielman and j At R H E Detroit 11000020 7 2i 00000100 5 2 j Donovan and Plank and At New R H E 01022300 14 1 New 00000030 6 3 WadJell and Spencer Manning and Standing of the 34 48 35 46 37 45 37 40 40 37 46 48 407 New 31 62 Games Detroit at Chicago at New Louis at Cleveland at Siieilng Has No have as arrived here LOUIS OptlMISIS P3SS tllB which Is ached1 Hhnnr lln for when a chairman WOlQ 10 Up If 10 It is said that State Dimoling of Clearfleid Will no opposition for July the can but that there will be con1 tion of Back to the Full Dinner Pail or the seats on the and Regular a pamphlet describing the present conditions of capital and labor as contrasted with those of last winter and spring has i which are held by the diYl Mon To Think She seems like n very nice One whom It would be safe to mar ry No girl Is safe enough for But shes nice enough to think about marrying If you only know when to Cupids Hearty You said the soulful music Is the food of Nonsense replied the practical fel My love prefers lobster terrapin and other expensive Philadelphia Eye on the Negro July lo Domocratlc leaders who have con ferred with the ability of the Democratic party to secure the negro vote in Ohio will depend large ly upon the attitude of Senator For So long as he remains outside the Republican at least as regards Judge the Democrats feel assured of large negro support in been mailed broadcast throughout the country by the National Prosperity This association was or ganlzed In Louis two months ago to further the return of normal busi ness conditions was responsible for having June 1 named as Employ ment In part the article Thirty days after we had begun our work the spirit of encouragement had developed such strength locally that as they the that between and men balance of political there being were put to work in the industries and something like of the nej commercial establishments of groes in the Ohio campaign will be a most important Should Senator Foraker become reconciled and lend his support to Taft It Is conceded that there Is little probability of enrolling a sufficient number of negro voters in the cause of Democracy to materially affect the Former Attorney Genral Frank Monnett of Columbus and Moore of who was chairman of the last Democratic state convention in are speed ing home after a conference with Bryan with Instructions to take every advantage of the ForakerTaft Mutual Here is my but can dor compels ine to say that I think you are as well able to stand as I Politeness compels me to Earnestness la enthusiasm by He Followed the Could you do something for a poor old sailor asUed a wanderer ut lie rear door of a suburban house one morning Poor old sailor echoed the house who had opened the I followed the water for twenty said the lady as she slummed the door In the face of her unwelcome all Ive got to nay is you cer tainly dont look us though you hud ever caujght Admiral Rojestvensky Bad July Louis and its suburbs and orders for worth of goods to increase stocks were The rsemployment Idea proved widely Cleve Chicago and many smaller places took up the adopting dates to suit each Results are Business ac tivity has been There is a cooperative expression of conldence There is less reckless agitation against business and indus trial There has been more improvement than has followed any preceding panto in a corresponding pe We believe that if common straightforward busi ness men will pull together we can get back to a healthy and condition in six months instead of tak ing from three to five years to com plete the as has been the case with former Tea Table A hundred years or more ago there was a quaint tea table It was considered a lack of courtesy to take much cream or sugar In ones Etiquette demanded that the tea be tasted from the spoon that the hostess should then Is your Vice Admiral who comf tea agreeable Modern women manded the illfated Russian which was annihilated by the Japa be shocked by a fashionably lady of those days who cooled her tea with hoc i nese In the Sea of Japan in yet Young wrote of a certain1 died here last night from heart No man is nobler born tlinu another unless be la born with better abilities U0 won amiable disposition bewildering Lddy Betty Her two red lips Affected eephyrs tuow To cool the Bohea and Inflame While one white finger and n thumb corp spire lift the f ortd   

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