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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JULY 2 CENTS PBR YANKEE WINNER IN THE OL YMPIAD AMERICAN WINS MARATHON RACE Makes Noble But Vain Struggle FINISH THRILLS MULTITUDE Yankee Resentment for III Treatment Forgotten In the Complete Triumph Over United Whose Best Runner Came In Twelfth Tom Canadian Falls to Finish the Race One Hundred Including Queen of Eng Witnessed the 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 Turner The House Furnisher July would bo no Urged on by hls SUpporters and by exaggeratlou In the mind of any of the cheers ot the throng the Italian the spectators who witnessed was again on his feet It was Itnpos t July B B lisle gloves fine ones priced Women who prefer Lisle is the chanco to get finesj ones pure Milanese Lisle button a Clasp wrist and all t the fine details of finish atten dant to fine Other Lisle Gloves also at Bhelf Emptying 16 button 50c l6c j 1 Black or 16button pure Silk Gloves on a BOQQ8 NORTH the finishing struggle of the Marathon race at the Olympian arena to say tha It was the most thrilling athletic event that has occurred since that Marathon race In ancient where the vie tor fell at the goal with a wave of It was a spectacle the like of which none living had ever seen and none who saw It expect over to see re The race with flfty elght of the best men winnowed from the runners of four continents compet ing the arena where It was finished lu the presence of an enormous cos mopolitan with the queen of the royal representatives of several nations and hosts of finely dressed men and women from the most fashionable circles of as well as several thousand and the dramatic and exciting denoue ment at the combined to make an historic Americans Well to the It was an American day and the re sentments of the previous which rankled strongly in the breasts of Americans were forgotten not only In the victory of John the IrishAmerican Athletic club run but In the splendid record made ty the other Americans who were well to the front In the line of those who Since the beginning of the Olympic games the great rivalry has been be ween England and America and while the minor competitions on the track and In which the two nations were fought English men consoled themselves for all the American successes by the thought in the domain of longdistance running thoy always had been supreme and whatever prizes they failed to rasp in this the colonials would pick The sequel may be told Six Americans started in the Marathon race and nine English Of the Irst ten men to reach the coveted goal our were Americans and they are offi cially placed as follows first oseph Missouri Athletic third Lawrence and Lewis Te the Carlisle The second man was Hefferon of South Englishman Is The first Englishman who crossed the line came In He was Clarke and was not one of those counted upon to the for mer English who won the preliminary English fell out at the twelfth mile and was taken into a motor car and brought to the At twenty minutes past five a group of officials headed by Lord Desborough entered the stadium and coincident with their arrival an announcer shout The runners are now in This statement was followed by the appearance of two men supporting a darkhaired form wrapped in an overcoat thrown over his running The athlete staggered be tween his supporters and it was seen that he was the Canadian There were cries of hush the who had been car ded to the stadium in a motor was laid on the Italy Is In was the next an nouncement bawled through the mega phone and through the gateway stag gered brokenly a form in a white shirt and red running It was Do He was He staggered fell only to rise again and totter en a few feet more The crowd on the track closed about him and then broke away when he was able to make an other There were cries of Stop him dont kill this is not sport from every American Runner while Dorando lay on the gorund with his lap iu the stadium twothirds done and with a crowd sur rounding him on the a cheer broke forth from the The second runner had come Into the sta He was a stocky youth and on the breast of his white running shirt shone the American Bible to see whether he had been as sisted up or but he made a brave effort to He wabbled along until he was twenty yards from the There were two the clerk of the course and a big at his They apparently were giving him a push every time he was on the point of A tremendous out break of cheering mingled with shouts of anger from the spectators made a The persons were on their feet together and the confusion was Again Dorando collapsed a few yards from the finish and directly In front of the press whence it was possible to see plainly all that The Italian lay stretched He seemed to be A trainer put a bottle to his lips and some officials raised him to his He staggered for the yards still separating him from the Three or four times he was on the point of falling The big with a hand at the small of the Italians shoved him ahead for the last few while another official helped by supporting him by the Italian Runner All As the plucky southerner touched the tape his supporters let He then sank In a heap and Doc tors with a stretcher dashed forward and carried him off just as the came trotting through game ly to the winning Once more the spectators brokeout nto a tumult but more from excite ment than from a desire to for Italian flag had been raised over the staff in the center of the arena with the American Sag below The American officials quickly gathered about the judges and In the meanwhile the third Mara thon his African made his After this competitors came In one by jut It was not until twelve ncludlng Lewis the Ameri can had been registered that an Englishman was This was a lard blow to the who hac counted upon having five out of the first ten men The English In previous contests have always beef preeminent in longdistance British a Qloomy Half an hour after the Italian and American flags had been hoisted aloft threefourths of the spectators had deserted the The exodus was quiet and The decision al lowing the protest of the American officials was given out after the sta dlum was almost Hayess time was 2 hours 55 min utes 18 seconds 2 hours 56 minutes 6 seconds 2 hours 66 minutes 1025 seconds 2 hours 59 minutes 44 25 3 hours 1 minute 44 seconds 3 hours 4 minutes 2816 seconds 3 hours 6 minutes 4715 seconds Stan 3 hours T minutes 5045 seconds 3 hours 9 minutes 15 New July the win ner of the Marathon Is twenty one years old and is employed in a New York department He is not new to longdistance having won the twentyflverallo Marathon race in Boston last In that con test he ran a strong race from start to finish and was In good condition at the end of the long WALES REVIEWS MARCHING HOST Yankee Sailors Parade on the Plains of Abraham July by thunder and which In turn was followed by dark this platfe was deluged by a cloudburst and for more than two hours rain descended In flooding the town and placing the en tire business section and a part of the residence district under The loss to property may exceed DeWitts Kitoey and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will In a very short time thengthen the weakened Sold by Harry Weut JULY 25 Saturday Specials Childrens Wash White and Colored Sizes 3 to 8 J2 onehalf Price Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier BATTLEFIELD TO BE PRESERVED Heir to Englands Throne Dedicates the Ground Where Wolfe and Mont calm Fought as Permanent Memo rial of Victory by Which England Wrested Canada From the Descendants of Victors and Van quished Participate In the Splendid July Prince of Wales has had another day of strenuous activity beginning with a grand review of the sailors and marines on the Plains of then officiating as the title deeds of this historic battlefield were turned over as a permanent be tween times attending luncheons and dinners and finally mingling with the gay thrones at the ball at the parliament The grand review of the military and naval forces was the spectacular feature of the The forces assem bled on tlio plains far exceeding the armies of Wolfe and which fought for of the same the aggregate numbering 000 while the spectators raised assemblage to upward of A vast hollow square inclosed the re viewing sloping up from the CONSTITUTION FOR TURKE Y SULTAN HOISTS WHITE FLAG From Quaking Throne He Grants a Constitution ALBANIANS JOIN IN REBELLION After ThirtyTwo Autocratic Rule Abdul Hamld as tha Sick Man of Yields to the Demands of the Young Alternative Is Revolution and He Complies With III Whole Army Mutiny Un dermines His July After hlrtytwo years of autocratic ruleun der Sultan Abdul Hamld II Turkey again has been granted a An imperial irade has been issued or daining that a chamber of deputies be This present constitution s practically a restoration of the one proclaimed by the pres ent sultan immediately following his elevation to the sultanate after the violent death of Sultan Abdul Aziz une 4 of that year and the deposition of SuJtan Murad This action on the part of the sul which came as a complete sur prise to all observers of the progress of events In was wrested from him by the Young a political party that has been working for a good many years for the establishment of a constitutional Last fall the Young Turks and represent atives of the various races and creeds in Macedonia met In Paris and decid ed to concentrate their on bringing about a government for Tur key that should be modeled on the western The efforts to this end were char acterized by a quiet determination and few were aware to what extent tha propaganda had taken ten days ago there began to come reports of mutinies among the Turkish troops in and it was declared that the Young Turks had succeeded in cove where Wolfes men gained the I Binning over 90 per cent of the Tur heights and wrested the field from the Spread out over this plain were the troops and agllt terlng assemblage of grena highlanders and the mounted cowboy forces of the The 600 American sailors and ma rines rom the New Hampshire showed to good their steady march ing winning a full share of The prince rode on the field wearing the brilliant scarlet uniform of a field the helmet topped with red and white plumes and his breast crossed with the blue sash ot the Or der of the He galloped along the long extended the regiment al colors the drums rolling and the bugles sounding the royal sa lute as he roife Beside him rode Field Marshal Lord or as tho soldiers know sharing the ovation given the After inspection the prince andLord Roberts took positions before the reviewing while the col umns defiled past for more than an Vice President Fairbanks and his military staff occupied seats on the re viewing stand and Joined in the cheers which greeted the American contin The American sailors wore yol low leggings and natty white duck which contrasted with the straw hats of the British tars and the top knot caps of the French The review was the most extensive ever seen In this country and one ot the largest in time of peace ever held in klsh army officers to their This was cutting the ground out from un der the sultans feet and the last straw was broken when the sultan learned that the wild people of the Albanian country would support him no longer but had Joined the liberal movement and were calling loudly for constitu tional Then suddenly the sul tan decided to bow to the inevitable rather than face the a rev olutionary outbreak throughout all July Jackson of Lewis county has been nominated for the state senate for the Twelfth district In a convention which was in session just thirtyfive July Miss Hunt and Ralph who eloped several days were arrested at Shelby and returned to When arrested Miss Hunt was clad in a suit of her lovers July Thomas twelveyearold son of John wasjdrowned In the Ohio river while His companions were so badly frightened they could not go to his July bal loon Sky Leo Stevens with Wade of Cleveland which sailed from Alliance at landed near Youngstown about The voyage was July little tenyearold daughter of Harrison a was instantly killed by the falling of a telephone pole at The eightyearold boy of Arthur Starke was drowned while July Millers burg has secured a branch of the Feu ton Art Glass which now has a big plant at and wishes to establish another closer to a supply of glass which Is here in July hour before uls own death from sunstroke at Me where he had gone for an Charles Zftnde of Canton was summoned home to his who is critically She is too sick to be told of bar husbands July a nember of the banking firm of Hayes Son of was placed arrest on a warrant from New charging conspiracy in connec tion a hottdidealtilrhe amount Jns volved Is said to be July Huntlngton Plumbing and Supply com MKEESPORT WOMAN HAS ELEPHANTIASIS Calf ot Leg EightySin Inches In Clrciinttaeiwe July over 510 the calt ot her leftleg measuring eightysix the calt of the right sixtyfive Anna Elizabeth wife of David Lynch of State who has been a sufferer for nineteen years with lies in a critical Before she was stricken with the disease she weighed 165 The which has been In the legs only for is now show lag in her left arm and it is feared will envelop the entire Elephantiasis is a rare and peculiar disease of the in which it be comes enormously and Is hard and fissured like an ele phants it Is has tha most pronounced and aggravated at tack ever suffered a sinking spell a few days ago and for a time grave fears were The swelling in both lower limbs began from what was thought to be an attack of Notwithstanding her how her mind is her eyesight unimpaired and her face carries a motherly smile as she relates the story of being bedfast for nearly two Constantly beside her is her hus who for years was a but has sacrificed his position that he may personally care for and alleviate her pain as far as She reads ture and newspapers and enjoys doing fancy embroidering cushions and light Close behind pany has gone Into the hands of her head a telephone placed TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF July West of age twenty was fatally injured at Buckeye Lake park by falling from a and fracturing his July set fire two huge tanks of oil In the Cygnet containing barrels of secondgrade oil belonging to tho Standard Oil company July tax collector of Dunbar bor ough for was arrested charged by one of his bondsmen with the embezzlement of tax A landlord can always raise thi That Is more than many of big can PAY LAST HONORS TO STRICKEN COMRADES Military Escorts or Soldiers Slain at Gettysburg July prevailed in the of tha Pennsyl vania national guard after the catas trophe which befall the encampment when three troopers wore killed and several scores injured by being struck by Tho troopers killed were Bert Com pany Touth Clyde Oil Com pany Sixteenth Milton cor Company Tenth About 100 guardsmen were but no more fatalities are anticipated by the surgeons in Military services for the dead were held during the day and the bodies were started to the former homes of the each accompanied by a detail from the company to which the victim The Second brigade left for home last evening aud the First brigade will leave Gov ernor Stuart and party also the governor going to Harrisburg and the others to An Unfortunate I had to leave my last situation be cause the missus said they to lead the slnfil and they wouldnt want any servants about tht MoComas and Walton as re liabilities half this Slow collections made the receivership a Oil July largest gas well ID this section for many years has been struck near Forest Experts estimate the well is blowing out feet of gas a The land is owned by a company of Forest county Hughes Willing to Run Baranac July ernor Charles Hughes will accept a renomlnation if the Republican party ot this state desires him to again be its In a statement made public last night the governor so de clared himself and defined the reasons by the pastor and members of the First Reformed church at MoKees Every Sunday and prayer meet ing nights she places the receiver to her ear and hearing It aa plainly aa though she were sitting In her action he has just The state ment is intended as a reply to the many inquiries received by the govj ernor regarding his attitude toward a He says the personal reasons which prompted him to say that he did not desire a renominatlon are not Clerks Error Very July clerical error Jacob having near ly served a tenyear sentence from Lawrence will have to remain in the penitentiary two years over his time unless Governor Harris graats a PaH July Offer age a prosperous farmer re siding a few miles north ot this was whot and killed by a The men quarreled about a Job of After shooting Offer lee Dlvllbiss went changed his clothes and July elec trical storms which prevailed in this vicinity for the last two nights did damage estimated at Farm controlling and that if renomlnated I era in Southern New Jersey were the ought to Strikers Suspected of July big stable of the Tennessee Iron and Railroad company near mine in tho vicinity of has been de stroyed by Strikers were seen near the Out of fifty strike breakers carried to a mine near Pratt City all but twelve quit work and I he Threaten Public July building has been burned by In in the lower edge of Logan In the Hartscreek he third school building so uatroyed within ten This in oiiJariam is the outgrowth of trouble in that an Incident of which was the sending to jail of twentyone persons a year ago by Fed eral Judge Notices have been posted on various buildings by the sympathizers that unless the Bruin field crowd is pardoned from the pen that the torch will be applied to every schoolhouse and Logan public building In Campaign Opens In West July The West Virginia Democratic campaign was opened here by a Bryan and Kern ratification The three Dem chief at least twenty barns filled with crops being struck by light ning and destroyed by July hap piness of Clarke Breckenrldge and his Ethel the daughter ot English of Redstone town was made complete when the girls father forgave the young couple for The couple will return to this place and live the mother of the Oil July county Is threatened with a suit for damages by a sheriff from who came for a prisoner charged with bigamy to find that the man had been released on ball and had It is alleged that the man wanted left three wives in Florida and skipped to July try Ing to save company property an known Italian was killed at Sprlng boro by a With tea country men the man was riding on a handcar and when they saw a train approach ing all jumped off and ran to a place of The one man returned to remove the handcar from the track and was July chok ing Joseph bank run and robbing him of ocratic candidates for nomination for Chestnut street car aa the Lewis Bennett of Professor Thomas Hodges of Morgantown and the Adam known man dashed through the thrusting aside a score of passengers to the made his Littlepage of addreiiid The wallet lii which the stolen the State issues not Inclosed was found toft touched upon Broad street   

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