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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE ESTABLISHED 1897 JULY 2 CENTS PER FRAIL WOMAN CHOKES VICIOUS DOG TO DEATH Wins Victory After Ten Minutes Fight for Lite July a desperate lasting ten min Mary who weighs less than one hundred choked to death a powerful inad dog which had attacked her at her home on Buntyn The a sixtypound standing two feet the pet of the attacked Forres after ho had bitten Miss Mamie a Forrester turned upon the dog as he seized the hem of her skirt grasping him under the cloned her lingers about his neck and began to All over the porch the woman and dog the animal several times near ly pulling his captor from the Feebler and feebler became the fren zied brutes struggles until finally he collapsed and fell to the porch wcATHER SOMETHING Oh HANDS Hot Time at Harrisburg This Afternoon in All Probability West Wednesday and Thursday warmer Western Pennsylvania and Fair Wednesday and Thursday er light to fresh west mmmn SPECIAL Beginning June We will close out our re maining stock of Reri frigeratofs and Ice Boxes at ONEFODRTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the Be sure and come in Turner The House lurnisher July B B drapery piece goods Fifteen Im ported double width Linen Taffeta a Assorted lot 75c and Dol lar Imported Lot 25 cent Imported Cre 25 cent printed yard wide Orepolines allover and bor tar 18 lent Assortment of 40 and 80 cent Imported Colored Curtain 65 cent Colored 75 and 85 cent Collection of various Sash Curtain Irish Bat 55 cent 85 cent 25 oent a 40yard BOGGS WORTH Mb CHIEF WILL EDIT TAFTSADDRESS Will Be Most Important of the Campaign NOMINEE GOES TO OYSTER BAY Judge Taft Found It Impossible to Keep Speech Within Limit Previous ly Agreed Upon Many Important Demand Than Ralaed to Taft Haa Great Faith In President RooieveltB Judgment Will Start for Cincinnati Friday Hot July dent Roosevelt Is t6 review in advance the speech Judge Taft will deliver in Cincinnati next I have decided to make this speech what may be my most Important ut terance ot the I have the highest regard for the presidents judg ment regarding the subjects to be dealt with and a keen appreciation of his wonderful ability for forceful ex I want his judgment and his criticism and this cannot be satisfac torily obtained at long so I have decided to go to Oyster This statement by Taft indi cates his viewpoint regarding the an nouncement of his Intended he Is to be taken on his own and not on the presidents Initia He will leave here with Car penter his On reaching Jersey City tomorrow after noon he will enter an which will take him through York city and to Sagamore Hill with out Taft has been invited to spend the night as the guest of the but If he finds it possible to get his speech In the hands of the printer in New York before Friday he will return to that city and occupy quarters reserved ton him at the Man hattan In any event he will leave New York for Cincinnati Friday he will give him two days there before the notification ceremonies are upon Should Taft decide to be with her husband she will go to Cincinnati di rect from thus avoiding the fa tigue of the journey to New In emphasizing the political Impor tance of the speech Taft said that the first Intention to have the utter ance only a simple and formal acj knowledgment of the notification had been finally abandoned In view of the growing Importance and number of the subjects which seemed to crowd selves forward for The j speech will doubtless contain approxj Imately t Colorado July Just before final adjournment the members of the national Republican committee In conference with Chairj man Hitchcock voted unanimously to establish main headquarters in Chi cago Instead of New i Plttsburg 3 yellow j 1 $15.00@15.50. I 24 25 Ohio cream full Cattle Supply fair market tidy common to good fat fresh cows and common to Sheep and light and market Prime good fair culls and clipped spring veal Hogs Receipts 10 double decks market Prime medium and heavy light Kerr and Guffey Likely to Clash Today at July Dem ocratic state committee will meet here today to elect a chairman and unless all signs fall State Chairman Qeorge Dimellng of Cleatfield will be re elected and resolutions Indorsing the ticket nominated at Denver will be The attendance at the meet Ing will be the largest In years owing to the keen Interest aroused by the contest between the adherents of James Guffey and Colonel Guffey Is in control of the state committee while Kerr has the prestige of being national com Both Colonel Guffey and Kerr are on the but neither one will talk of the According to re marks made by the Kerr people there will be no contest made unless the Quffey people offer resolutions denun ciatory of the Denver conventions ac tion In unseating the Philadelphia del This is certain to be referred to in some form or other and may be the cause of a lively DOUGLAS TO BE CHAIRMAN Former Governor of Massachusetts Favored by July It now seems almost certain that the new chairman of the Democratic na tional committee will be ernor William Douglas of Massa The fact that he Is being much sought after to take the place became known here following the de parture of George Fred who conferred with Bryan after com ing direct from It was not generally known here that Williams had returned east from the Denver It is presumed that he conferred with GovernorDoug las about the matterat the request of Bryan while in the The appointment of Governor Doug las as national it is would meet the requirements which is desired the national chairman shall He Is a man of large means and political is popular with the labor and his attitude ou the tariff question completely meets the Democratic When asked for a confirmation of the report Bryan said he could not discuss the matter until after a meeting of the subcom mittee of the national committee In Chicago Saturday Midshipman Trlpp July fnent Is made at the naval academy today that the secretary of the acting upon the recommendation of Captain Charles superin tendent of the naval has or dered dismissed from the service Mid shipman Richard a member of the first whose home is at and who is now on the regular summer cruine with other members of his The offense leading to Midshipman Trlpps dis missal was committed at Annapolis just prior to graduation last Dynamite Slaughters July who were blasting rock at the Summit cutoff of the Cumberland Val ley railroad neiAhere were killed as the result of a premature while two others wore probably fatally Injured and ten neriously The dead are Michael Edward But John Probably fatally In jured Charles Johnson and Conton Boyne Must Leave Their Flasks at New July Drinking even out of ones own on pas senger trains In Louisiana constitutes a misdemeanor punishable by a fine or imprisonment or according to the new state law which has just gone Into This makes It unlaw ful to drink Intoxicating liquors of any kind In or upon any passenger train or or or or except in case of actual sick The law is inapplicable to stim ulants taken with meals In a regular dining Trainmen are vested with authority as police DEATH pyONS BISHOP POTTER Protestant Episcopal Prelates Suffering Ended HIS CAREERB NOTABLE ONE Had Been Headjpf New York Diocese Since 1887 Had Done Much To ward Obtaining Municipal Reforms In New York In Dedication of J the famous Subway Whldh Afterward Assisted In Overthrow of Tammany Rule In New Yttrk Cooperstown July Codman seventh Protestant bishop of the diocese of New last night at Fern his summit home after an Illness of The bishop was unconsolouiall day and the which came at was peace ful and Gathered at the bedside churchman weref wife ot the prelate Mason who came fromj and Miss Sarah ihls two daughters Alonzo jhlB son Edward BISHOP HKNHY YANKEE BOYS ALL RIGHT ATNOONTODHY They Keep on Doing Great Stunts in the Athletic World SHEPPARO BREAKS RECORD American Runner Easily Wlna 800 Meter Olympic July Shop pard of the IrishAmerican Athletic who took the measure of Ehgj lands best distance men In the meters run at the Olympic games juzt a week scored again in the 800meters establishing a new Olympic record for the distance anii continued on to the Which he ran In within 35 of a second of Kllpatrlcks worlds record made In NewYork In 1908 Another gold medal went to America when Harry Porter of the IrishAmerican Athletic club captured the high jump by clearing the bar at G feet 3 Inches and beating the Olympic record made by In Paris In 1900 of 6 feet 2 After assuring him self that he was he winner he went after the worlds The bar was placed at 6 feet 5 just one eighth of an Inch higher than the which was made by Sweeney in New York In but was just a shade too much for It was largely Americas besides winning the only twoevents finally decided the American sprinters won the great majority Of the1 heats in the major While not so spectacular as the the running high jump was most keenly It started in the morning and not un til after 6 oclock was Porterpro claimed the the Stars and Stripes being run up to the masthead for the second time In the Governor Stuart Reviews July on a horse and arrayed In a frock coat and silk Governor as com manderlnchlef of the national guard of reviewed the citizen soldiers of the part of the time in a drenching About 000 passed in The troopers were two and a half hours In passing division Not withstanding that the rain fell in tor Governor Stuart refused to seek the shelter of a saying that he felt It his duty as commanderlnchlef to review the entire LURED INTO WILDS AND MURDERED FOR MONEY And Quebec Basks in SuiistilDS of Robert Tozer of MersonCounty Victim ol Treachery July a train on the Rochester and Plttsburg while Yen route to Bfllwood Rotieft Toierot Jef ferson at Glen Indiana The body was foundby berry Deltra and Bruno Partorlus are under arrest as selfconfessed murderers of the Tozer was shot in the back and County Detec tive Nell traced the murderers Italian boarding house and accused Deltra ot the telling htm that Partorius had Del tra at once charged his companion with having done the In the boarding house occupied bytheac cused men were found a revolver with two chambers Tozers gold diamond ring and wallet con taining Robbery was the motive for the Virginia Harned Seeks July Virginia Har Stephen Clark and Charles Russell and William Hyde his two other n ac H who are have been ern gM of dlyorce tn district court in this Death was due primarily to embol Keep Your Eye On This Space For Saturday Specials Abe Hesse The Leading Clothffir i ism In the right leg following a long attack of liver and stomach trouble and the end had been foreseen for sev eral days by the bishops Bishop Potter suffered a severe re lapse Monday though oxygen was his decline was gradual and he sank Into which last ed until the Bishop Potter a Busy Henry Codman seventh Prot estant Episcopal bishop of the dio was seventyfour years old and was a native of He has been the head of the New York diocese since succeeding his Bishop Horatio In addi tion to the heavy duties of the over Bight of the largest diocese In point of population in the United Bishop Potter took an active part In movements of national The bishop did much to promote more cordial relationships between employ ers and and when the occa sion demanded lent his efforts to im prove the standard of municipal gov ernment in New York Having once pointed the way toward munici pal the bishop stepped aside and permitted others to carry out the Conditions of Im morality on the New were brought to his attention several years ago and in a sharp sermon de livered at Pauls church at a noon day meeting he called public attention to a lax condition of munclpal direc which resulted in the overthrow of the Tammany administration and the election of Seth president of Columbia to the office of Famous Tavern Bishop Potter caused a great stir throughout the country several years ago wheu ho took part at the dedica tion of the Subway tavern on Bleecker New It was the plan of those Interested In the tavern to con duct an establishment where nil Intox icants would be served under regula tions which would promote temper ance and by example improve the tone of the The bishop made an address in which he said he hoped the tavern would prove a After an uncertain existence the tavern Public Public opinion is a It is here today and gone Public opinion crucified the and tbe centuries have condemned it for its Ever since that time the public baa been making committing furnishing the evidence of its own unwisdom in every time and coun German Steamship Santa July German steamer Anubls of the Kos mos bound from San Francisco to Is ashore In the threemile channel between San Miguel and Santa Rosa thirty miles off Point Tugs have been summoned from San Re dondo and Port Harford to take off those on board and render what as sistance may be WINNING A The Clever Scheme That Was Worked by a French A Frenchman had been attending the Comedle and after the per formance ho took a gloomy byway in order to make a short cut to the Bou levard He noticed as he hastened through the dark a slight tug on his but to this he paid no Wlioii he reached the bright he to his great that one tall of his clawhammer coat had been cut He notified a journalist of his and the next morning an account of the odd theft appeared in the That afternoon a man In a blue uniform called on I the man from the bureau of We have captured u suspicious character who had In his pocket u plcco of lino black Let mo have your mutilated If the piece fits we will know that we have apprehended the man who robbed The other surrendered Sis and from that day to this he heard no more about The pretended official ef the who had adopted that aduacious means of getting the coat in order to atach to U the pur loined BASEBALL RESULTS i NATIONAL RHB 10001000 8 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 Lei field and Gibson Pas torious and At RHE 10 1 20000000 3 0 Rclile and Jacklitsch At A 00 0 OO 2 O6OO 82 11 1 and Bresnahan Sallee Second RHB 6 1 00000010 5 0 Lush and Ludwlg Taylor and Bros At RHB 11 0 00000000 5 2 Lindaman and Graham Mack and KHng and Mar Standing of the 51 33 Xew 49 35 48 35 46 41 41 38 37 47 50 30 64 Games Brooklyn at AMERICAN Al 00010102 1000000 Klllian and Thomas At 10300000 0001010 R HB 11 0 0 7 2 Burns and R HE 7 1 0 5 1 LOTS OF POWDER SHOT AWAY Great Guna of Battle New as Loudly aa Any In Internatlortil Welcome to HU Royal Hlghneaay While Qally Caparisoned Personages Band Llm barHJngea of the Knee In Roipect ful Homage President banka July prepa rations for receiving Prince of Wales on bis arrival aboard the bat tleship indomitable today hate made and the city is on the of Bipectanoy overthis momentous The cltyis Invaded by to representing the regular militia strength o all pirts dt the do with hundreds ot official visit ors and the titled nobility Of England and other countries tad thousands ot The Indomitable is expected about Her appearance wilt be tbe alg ual for a royal salute from the guns of the British battleship ExraouttTaiua the shore followed by American and British ships and the answering of The latter to anchor alongside the United States battleship New thus bring ing side by side the two latest types of British and American fighting ma AVfhe kings landing will ered a distinguished party of officials to welcome the Including Earl general of Canada Field Marshal Lord repre senting the British army j Premier Laurier and his Admiral Jau regulberry and the official French en voys and Vice President representing the United States govern Ing the naval The landing stage has been deco rated with truly royal The massive arches emblazoned with the royal arms and topped with the lion and unicorn guarding the British crown mark the passage of the prince from the landing to the state which will bear him to the To the right of the landing hasbeen erected a pavilion richly hung the colors and arms and Insignia of the reigning Here the first greetings will be exchanged and wel comes extended in behalf of the gov ernment of These ceremonies the prince will drive in an open carriage up the steep streets leading from the level to the heights of the All along the route the buildings are ablaze with with garlands and flowers looped across the streets and patriotic em blems and mottos In French and Eng llsh expressing loyalty and devotion to the The popular outpouring to witness the passage of royalty is expected to be Immense and extreme precautions have been taken to guard against any disorder the precipitous Tomorrow Vice President Fairbanks and Admiral Cowles will participate in several elaborate Advantage of Where havo you boon all after noon Music piano InfeWflly wasnt It Not ft I was the Chlcago Representatives of the Church of Christ of Latter jjay from will hold a series of street this in this speaking Plan of Salva tion ns was taught by our Lord anu Jesus and His apostles also the Restoration of the Gospel In the Latter Tracts are distributed No col lection All are Vlckers and Schreck Berger and At New 00020001 12 3 New 00001000 C Walsh and Sullivan Orth and j Second New York 000000 Manning and Blair and At 5 2 Burchell and Carrigan Bailey and Second 00000100 Morgan and Carrigan Standing of the BO 47 45 41 39 34 New 32 Games Detroit at Chicago at New Louis at Cleveland at RHB 1 0 10 0 1 1 9 2 White I R HE 2 6 1 R HE 0 4 21 7 1 Powell and Live Wires Km July The Kline Fourth street and Sixth ave occupied by a store and Italian was burned last Live electric wires dropped to the entangling Joseph Byers of 7 fire lineman of the Edison Electric and Harry age Byers and Prick were killed The wires fell around neck of young Deshong and nearly burned his head the terrified crowd being afraid to The lad was a eon Harry president oftheA1 toona select The loss on the buildings Is 34 37 3S 38 40 4G 48 53 i Chicago Grafh July damage re torts from the northwest and a con tinued brisk demand for the cash grata had a strengthening effeit today on the local wheat the Sep tember delivery closing at a net gain of Corn was down Oats were up Provisions were 10 to 22V4 closed Big German Bank July is made of the suspension of the Solingen bank of A statement issued last evening gives tbe liabilities as Fleet Sails Again July Tho Atlantic battleship fleet has coaling and final preparations are being made to resume its journey around the world this when sail will ba for New Zealand and It has been arranged thac the hospital ship Relief shall aqconipany the itet to the antipodes and that the Mlww aota shall remain behind to await JAe arrival of which is coming Ban Francisco ou the and rejoin the fleet   

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