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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED THE EVENING t A HALFCHARRED BODYFOUND MURDERERS WERE SEEN New York Police Have Importan does in Mystery THOUGHT TO BE FOREIGNERS Developments Come Fast After the Finding of HalfCharred and Acid Seared Body of Woman Is Found on Reveals Important Fact That Incision Made In Throat Was Work of Person Skilled In Sur to Establish Victims Identity Not Yet New July at least two men were concerned In the mur der of the unidentified woman whose halfcharred uml acidseared body was found in the Grcenpolnt avenue dump Ing ground in was established by the Philip u laborer of saw a covered wagon driven to the Two men got out and lifted from tho wogou what the witness supposed to be only an old Ho saw thu men pile up a heap of brush on the pour oil over it and then set fire to the Believing tho mat tress was being destroyed because It was disease the man avoided the There can he no doubt but that the mattress was the one in the body ot the murdered wom an was This important development has given the pollen valuable for it ledto the discovery that the covered wagon was seen by several other per sons and the police now have a ml Jiutu description of the two men who were in They were Another startling feature of the cose was disclosed when Coroners Physl NO CONTROLOVER THE LABOR VOTE Gompers Makes Statement of His Position i LABOR CAN VOTE AS IT LIKES i 2 PEJl THE MILLENIUM IN TURKEY HAD RAPIDFIRE COURTSHIP After Fifteen Minutes Acquaintance Baltlmorean Weds July Charles MacGregor and Eslelle Myers both ot now ami alter a recordbreaking nre now enjoying their honey moon at Atlantic The rapidfire courtship of the pair started when they accidentally In the Broad street They had lever seen each other but in Mttaen minutes they became convinced that it was case of love at first Miss Snack dropped her MacGregor picked it Then they conversed for a few ho pro was they got a li cense ami they were all in side of an David pastor of the As QUlth Street Presbyterian Bal whom they accidentally met n the waiting performed tho WEST VIRGINIA DEMOCRATS Declare For White Mans Bennett Nominated for July Virginia Democracy declared emphat cally for a white mans government md the separate coach for The action was taken after an hours debate on resolutions recommitted to he committee on resolutions and pre sented again to the convention as the inanimous action of a vhich included Henry Davis of When the state conven Ion assembled white ribbons nd badges bearing the words Lily Vhlte were seen everywhere and the 712 for to 411 was no It was daylight when Louis Bennett f after an allnight an nominated for the oppo tlon having exhausted all known eans of filibuster to prevent the tak ig of a Bennett received seven tyfive votes more than a CORTELYUU MAY KUN Secretary of the Treasury Likely Can dldate for Governor of New New ha been In circulation In this city for sev oral days to the Jeorgi U secretary oC the treasury would allow the UKO of his name as u candidate for tiio Republican lion for governor against Governor is said some of he landers of the Republican state organization ap proached Cortelyou before Gov ernor Hughes announced his willing ness to accept renoniination and that these leaders asked Cortelyou II he woulil bo willing to become a candl date in the event that further consid eration indicated his probable nomina It is not understood that the nomination was definitely offered to Cortelyou gave no ex plicit reply to these but promised to consider the STRIKERS AND TROOPS GOMEJOGETHER Is Scene of Serious Disturbance ExGovernor Budd July clan Wuest made a second autopsy on former governor of California the His first autopsy revealed and lons prominent in Democratic poll a deep cut across the womans tcsd81 at his residence in this city The second autopsy shows that this cut was made by n person who is ex pert in The says the coroners Is such as is made in desperate cases of diphtheria where it is necessary to pierce the windpipe to prevent Stamps Report That He Could Deliver the Labor Vote to Any Political Party as Infamous President Roosevelt to Keep Out of t WILL NOT INTERFERE SAD TALE BY ABSCONDER Attempt Has Been Made by Ene mles to Oust Him From His Office as President of the Federation of No Political Office or New York State Oyster July President Roosevelt wljl maintain an attitude of absolute nonInterference in tho political situation In York dur the coming Tho presi July report i dent from llme to during tho remainder of the summer will receive at Sagamore Hill a number of political but It Is said that this does that I have ever said 1 would or could deliver the labor vole to any politl I IP n UUtJ3 col party Js an infamous said j not moftn he n any way Samuel president of the American Federation ot Or ganized labor Is not only but intelligent enough to choose the parly for its support which will best repre sent Its It Is possible by lies and misrep resentations the enemies of organ ized labor may Injure mo personally fere with any He has been appealed to by as semblymen and others in the New York gubernatorial situation In behalf of various but ho has ad hered to nnd will continue his policy of absolute He is greatly interested in the elec tion of Judge to the presidency and even he successful in accomplish1 andhe will do all that is legitimately ing my removal as president of thai proper for him to do to secure American Federation of said I Tafts but further than that but will never change my course In battling for the principles for which 1 It is not a question of politics with I have no if 1 they are the politics of the I fully expected when I took the stand which I said Gomp he will not Jap Takes American July Inter national romance was consummated here when Shegutaro mem ber of a noble Japanese was married to Miss Marie Louise Harri some would disagree with son tnls llv Morikubo is a I dont expect the labor world to accept my conclusions in every in I expected to be in some but 1 did not think that the criticism would be so unjust as to be I stand for the right of Individual I regard my position as president of the American Federation of Labor Prings Out Remarkable Stor of Husbands 1 July to th I formerly cashie IM National Konosho arrested confessei inhad taken about fron ilc save as reason u1 tn marry Miss Florence Win ln daughter of a wealthy re rder if whom he ha i u tho police that for Mi if took small sums and In eloped with Miss to Xew where they Wells went to Eng land and Wells returned to Kenosha Shortly he is said to have told tho he took In a of two American July was invaded by several thousand strik ers from Paris carrying red flags singing Socialist While a squad1 as the mosl honorable in ron of cavalry was passing through fd I could ever wish the streets the crowd stoned the sol to It is a sacred trust with Tribune wmnH rtnr The Change of a Whenever she nsks uio to do any soliloquized Meeker pen I always go and do like a said who hap pened along iu time to overhear Whenever I ask you to do anything left his Joined his wife in England and together they went on a tour of the British They came to Montreal when their money gave Wells confessed to his wife and they resolved to come to work and pay back the money to the They did buying out a lodging house with money obtained by selling Wellss Jewels while Wells found a posilon In Then the ar rest put an end to their Wells says she will stand by her hus even though he goes to It Is frequently necessary to repent n self evident truth a great many times iu order to It cszo Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently upon the bowels and after an Illness of a fortnight of age Bryan and Independence July The most interesting piece of news to Failure to establish the identity o the victim is the greatest obstacle th police have to overcome in solving the A general alarm has beei sent out for Mamie Muskovltch and her husband who hav Detectives learned by a housetohouse canvass in Greenpoin that the couple are missing and there Is a possibility that the murdered woman may be Post cards of Pauls orphang cornerstone at July day B B today is remnant Remnant Day here an event that brings the People Never such Never so many of Never such Red Ink Remnant Not near all could be taken in one day all that remain will be sold tomorrow tomorrow is a day worth spend ing at this BOQQS MOUTH emanate from Fallview was a formal statement by William Bryan in which he discussed the platform of the Independence party and pointed out that it contains a number of planks identical with or substantially similar to the pjanks of the Democratic plat He declared that the voter pre ferring the platform to the Republican platform and who joins with the Independence party merely assists the Republican party and thus defeats the reforms in which he is Bryan argues that the question Is not whether one can get all the reform that he wants but how he can get the most and he asserts that the Democratic party offers the best opportunity to se cure that which is obtainable at this dlers and four shots were fired at 1 The using the flats of their charged and dispersed a crowd that had assembled on the rail road The strikers took pos session of a building in process of construction and threw blocks of stone at several of whom wer The soldiers fired and tw strikers were seriously Late the strikers erected Eyewitnesses describe the as the most serious incident of th The they fough tooth and nail for half an hour show erlng missiles of all kinds upon the The situation became so des perato the soldiers were ordered to fire several volleys first in the air and then at the Two men were killed and a large number wounded fifteen of them seriously by the fire The troops finally made a determinec charge and dislodged the workmen who Property Private In the shape in Which know It was chiefly formed by the gradual disentanglement of the separate rights of Individuals from tho blended rights of a communi There Is every reason for bellev New Scheme to Protect July sci ence of aviation has been adopted by John poultry who has a farm nt the top of Hook to protect his chickens from the dep redations of Wolfe has sev eral large box Kites flying above tha henneries and he hawks take no chances on an encounter with the uncanny looking Wolfe got the kite Idea from his young who found the locality an Ideal one for flying his new box kites and Wolfe noticed that the hawks took to the woods while the kites were in the May Form Vigilance New July many clearly of incendiary have oc curred within the last two weeks In ing that property once belonged not to what are known as the millionaire individuals or even the Isolated famcolonies of Groat but to tho patriarchal society as Port Washington and other towns in a In other property tne North Hompstend district of Long was nt first communistic rather than that radical measures have York Fortune for New July Is report ed that Stoner of Fincastle has sold his rights in a new wheat seed which ho has developed to westerners for The ftrst single seed is said to iiftve brought forth 120 stalks of whaau been determined upon and there is earnest talk of the formation of a vigilance committee to run down and inflict summary punishment upon the DeWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt aud thorough and will In a very short time strengthen the weakened Sold by Harry West which my fellows have honored me because ot my convictions and the principles which I They may take that honor me if they like and I will bow to their But it will not prevent me fighting for the cause which is my lifes Just as I have in the past and as I propose to do in the I want no political office or I have nothing for aale and dont pro pose at this late day tobegin by sell ing my What I think and what I say is from conscientious conviction it is No one can make me sacrifice my honest Republican na tional when asked as to the truth of the report that a personal campaign was to be waged against replied Nothing of the kind has been you always go and do it like a I thereby drives the cold out of the by Harry TRISTATE NEWS juiy de Philadelphia RapTd Transit company EXILES MAY NOW RETURN Turkish Ruler Grants General Amnesty to Fugitives AFFECTS MANY IN AMERICA AUGUST 1 Saturday Specials Complete Outfit Base Ball 39c Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier i i t i i i i i I POISON CAUSED DEATH OF GUINNESS Discovery May Free Lampnere of Responsibility July Coroner Mack announced that Waltei Haines of Rush Medical Chi who analyzed the stomach of Andrew Helgeleln of last victim of Bella finding strychnine and arsenic iu fatal has also found in the stomachs of Guinness and two of the chil dren arsenic and strychnine in quantl les uufflcient to have caused The discovery of poison In the womans stomach and that of her children has ipset many of the former theories in he case and has opened up the possi lllty of Guinness having killed he children in the same manner In which she took the lives of her vie 1ms and then having ended her own ife with affatal Attorney who represents lay charged with the Guinness murders and with being an ccompllce ot Guinness In the Helgeleln declares that the dls overy shows that his client could have had nothing to do with the death of the woman and her Making HuoDy A doctor tells of a note he received from a woman saying that her hus who was about to make him a professional found constant fault with tho dinner she prepared for She appealed to the physician for JThe doctor examined his who had A slight attack of and told him to cut out to eat nothing but a slice of toast and a cup of The scheme worked excellent Of course hubby returns home la the eats everything in slghf and votes bin wifes cooking even bet ter than mother used to ton stroyed the garage of Kleese in Wick July men of the Pennsylvania in this vicinity have been ordered to ro sume work on July ha was away his little children playing with matches set fire to John Benleni The building and contents were July Mount Gretna range for the annual rifle match will be opened on Sunday for the contest between all regiments and troops of tho July seated with her family at dinner Luelia wife of was overcome with the heat and died before medical assistance could bo July Eliza beth who tried to kill her self and sevenmonthsold babe by as died Gruber had been ill for some time and grew July fielder George Baunon and Second Baseman Charles Brandt of the Wllkesbnrre baseball Now Yorl state have been released by the July Byers attempted to cross the track in front of a and train but his horse became a line broke and the carriage Byers was probably fatally July Henry Cogswell of while crossing a stretch of the racetrack here was struck and knocked down by a horse that was working out and had a nar row escape from July Pol age died from bum ble bee Pollock while in Ills haymow a few days ago dls turbed a bees nest and before he could get away was stung forty or fifty July the action of the banks in other cities Steps were taken at a meeting of local bank presidents to form the Phil adelphia National Currency associa tion under the provisions at the Al drlchVreoIand July Is an nounced that plans are being laid by the wets to make an effort to in the dry territory made BO under the Jones The two years term is up In the part ot city this July last sec tion of the Market street ex tending from the city hall east to the Jespjastedj The Issued invitations to visit the completed July age an employe of the Sho nango Electric Light was working on a sixtyfoot pole when he touched a live He was thrown from his seat to the brick pavement and sustained a fractured July ago was shot by an unknown per son as the steamer Island Queen was going up the river near the same place whence the shots were fired that struck Russell while on board that steamer on notification July under a raft in deep water after having gone down the third time James age of was rescued by Lifeguard It was only through McTlshos nervy work that Is July young wom an handsomely dressed attempted suicide in the Erie passenger station She was found in the lavatory with one bullet through the mouth and another through the left A pearlhandled revolver lay beside I July burn ing of a large tobacco barn on a farm of Fred five miles east of has caused a renewal of activities In nonequity tobacco circles and may result in Bloodhounds put to work went direct to a July death of fouryearold Francis Harrison of Ha believed to have been caused by eating a rotten tomato given him by a has caused tho residents of that section to demand the board of health to take steps to prevent the dumping of such refuse on the July daring rob bery took place A man enter ed the street car depot and engaged the agent in conversation and another man entered a side window and rob bed the office of two bags of After an exciting chase of half a mile one of tho robbers was cap Way Is Opened For Some Turks Under Political Ban in United States to Return to Native Regardedby Prominent Subjectsof Sultan as Step of Greatest Impor tance Announcement Received With Great Enthusiasm by Subjects Exiled From Native New July Sultan of through the Turkish consul general In this Mundjl has proclaimed general amnesty to all po litical regardless of in this This relates to about Armenians and others in the United The message received by the Turkish consul generalfrom the Turkish government was as fol lows Inform all fugitive Turkish citliens In New York city and In all the United Including political without regard to race or whether that after pro mulgation of a constitution Turkish his majesty the sul upon request of the has granted general and all political fugitives may go back to Tur key after liavlng the necessary ports verified at the office of the Tur kish consul 69 Pearl New York V The reading of the announcement to a number of his countrymen by the consul genera was greeted with Mundji Bey said I regard Mils as the most tant step forward that has yet been taken in so far as it relates to Tur kish subjects In the United There are some Turkish citi zens In this country and more than of these are polltlpal men who may have often longed to re turn to their old but have feared to do These men may now go back to their country without The Armenian and the Greek all natives of one can now feel that they are welcome in the land of their Referring further to the amnesty the Turkish Consul General Mundjl Bey said The amnesty applies to politi not I am sure that those who have offended politi cally and have sought an asylum in this country will now return and help In the work of constructing a united Turkey will now be as free as the United if I mis take there will be a Turkish am bassador at Our aim will be to maintain the closest relations with the United as indeed Is since the condition of citizens of this country will bo our Ideal for citizenship In July age died just after a plunge Into the water of the Adgate pumping sta Believing that Schaeffer was only fooling when he frantically called for help his friends did not When help reached him he was un able to Heart disease caused his July Living a driver of the Adams Is in a serious condition at the Allegheny County hospital from Injuries received In a Tik ing fright the horse to the wagon ran to Allegheny anfl Lincoln where the wagon pin ning him beneath n heavy BACK TO THE GOLF LINKS Candidate Taft Resuming Vaca tion at Hot Hot July Candi date William Taft admitted that he lelt somewhat tired Irom the rapid evolutions he has been going through during the last eight After pass ing on an accumulation of correspond ence he went over the fourmile golf course with Senator Bourne of Upon returning to the hotel he re marked that he believed the change from the heat of Cincinnati to the com parative cool air of the mountains pro duced a feeling of The engagements during August are to be very if the wishes of the candidate can be For next Wednesday he has accepted an Invita tion to address the annual meeting of the Virginia Bar association to be held HU speech will be nonpo The proposed rally of Virginia which Is being arranged to take place here at a data in yet to be will afford opportunity for what Taft expects to be big only political speech that Frank chairman of the Republican national is ex pscted to have a conference herewith Taft probably shortly after the New York headquarters hare feeeii opened on and Arthur chief of staff of the la peeted to be a frequent visitor during August   

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