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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED AUGUST 2 CENTS PER GRA VES AFTER TOM WATSON CANDIDATES WORDnATTLE Populist Watson Stirs Up Inde pendent Graves SOME HOT SHOTS EXCHANGED Pop CommanderlnChief Commences Bloodless Combat by a Discharge of Stinging References as to William Hearst and OneMan Bombardment Immediately Follows by Second In Command of Inde pendence Forces Which It la Hoped Will Silence the New a signed statement handed to the Associated Press John Temple candidate of the Independence party for the vice makes reply to a recent utteranceof Thomas Wat son in which the presidential candli date of the Peoples party described the Independence party as owned and controlled by William Hearst la the course of his expression Watson laid in part In my judgment a political party owned and controlled by one BO matter how rich and good and can nevar amount to much in American The socalled In dependence party is a copyrighted financed and steered by Its socalled leaders are his editori and Adopted The Democratic party changes its ereed every four but the Inde pendence party has already changed oreed twice during this In Chicago it adopted practically every one of the planks which have so long been the platform of the Populist If Populist principles are cor rect there would seem to be no good reason why the Populist national tick et should not receive the votes of those who believe in To the foregoing Graves takes exception in the following language It to say the ungracious j in Watson to speak of the Inde pendence parly as a oneman He has made of the Populist far more of a oneman parly than Ihe Inde pendents have ever been or ever will He has been as many times the defeated candidate of the Populists as Bryan lias of the There has not been in fifty years a convention freer from Ihe boss and the steam roller than Ihe one just Hearst was miles across the cea during all the preliminaries lhat led up to Ho reached the convention twentyfour hours before its did no lift his baud to dictate a plank in Its platform or to name the least of Its Populists Have Shot Their 1 am perfectly sure that Wat eon in his eager criticism speaks for himself and not for the Populists There is no discounting the character and purpose of that great old There was never an honester and truer political organization in Amer They bettered the entire tone of the political era in which they flour But the brave old Populists have shot their arrow now and should fall In with new friends under a new and broader They have gone down under Watsons leadership In successive presidential stead ily losing their but never their In the last national campaign they polled but The Inde pendence party polled twice that num er In New York city The hope of the Populist is in the Independence party and beyond the diminishing few who cling to the fortunes of Wat son the majority of these brave and lonest men are falling into line be ilnd the militant and soon to ic triumphant Mania for Lighting start ing several one of which de atroyed a livery and just after rylng to ignite a womans 3lza thirteen years was A number of fires had brok en out just after the Stringer boy had men seen about the burned Toung Stringer made a complete con esslon and then started a fire in his Steel Magnate Wat Too the estate of director of the steel was the scene of a thrilling pistol flght between three burglars and tha night watchman on the The men were driven off after a number f shots had been fired and just as heavily went to he watchmans DEATH IN TRAIN YARD All of Repairing Gang Either Killed Or Badly men were killed and six seriously Injured three of them probably in the Ontario and Western yards at May The dead are Michael Duggan and Samuel The Injured are Joseph James Charles Lev Frank Aull and Joseph The men were repairing cars on a Biding when a train crashed Into the The cars being which were jacked were hurled from the The men killed and Injured constituted the entire Hayei Lionized In the New Yorker who won the Marathon was given a popular welcome when he arrived at Tlppe the home of fats The platform was crowded and when the train drew In the athlete was greeted by the town He was seized by his admirers and car ried shoulder high to his carriage to an accompaniment of The lorsea were removed from the car which was pulled triumphantly jy the crowd through the streets of Progresiing With Only a small number of visitors came o the Bryan home to pay their re spects to the Democratic nominee for he In consequence of the ew interruptions Bryan made rap d progress with his speech of accept He said that it would be com peted on Bryan stated hat he was unable to estimate its eogth at this August B B remnant day over but not sales of Summer Goods plenty of fine in all departments still to be Wash Dress Wearing Apparel for Women and Chil besides of needful incidentals for personal and home Also New mediately after as great a Sale as Remnant Day the store invites you to advance assortments of choice 3OQGS Good Job for vde attorney general of has been offered the position of fjrst assistant i ol ihn United Ellis has asked for time to con sider the MAKING A WILL If You Draw Up Your Stick to the Most Simple It the said a who for whatever reason prefer to draw wills without resorting to legal advice would keep just one thing In mind a lot of trouble would be It is nothing save insistence on Simplicity Is tho muiu thing to make a will and apparently It is the one thlug that the will makers for get High sounding words and half remembered low phrases come to their and into tho documents these verbal extravagances There appears to be a popular for to say I give nnd bequeath is u stronger wny of saying I take the matter of Here a desire to be explicit frequently results iu and the longer n sentence iu a will is the more likelihood there is of its be ing open 10 No will should be drawn without at Icust u couple of drafts having been made of each one being gone over carefully with the Idea of simplifying and clarifying it Give the time to It that the importance of tlie nctiou de Know what you want to do and study out the best way of ex pressing Dont put off unit ing a Im superstitious enough to consider that tempting Anil wJieu a will is drawn remember that it has no legal binding unless tho sig nature is witnessed by two who must themselves witness the doc ument in the presence of the testator and each York LONG WALK ACROSS COUNTRY IS ENDED San Francisco to New York In SixtyThree Days New a walk from San Francisco to New York in sixtythree days and twentythree which ho said was a Sergeant Walsh of the United Stales on furlough from his station at the walked Into the mayors office in this He carried a pole from which the American flag Sergeant Walsh said ho made the walk on a wager that ho could not cross tlie great divide and he added that he hud already crossed it going Walsh lost fifty pounds In weight during the trip and declared he would not make it again for At one part of tho he he crawl ed along the edge of a trail nine Inches wide and feet whore a burro would not He de clared ho wts snowblind from the re flection of tlie sun on tho snow of the mountain Ho hud the signa tures of many mayors and town of ficials on his Sergeant Walsh Is fiftytwo years Must Do Their Betting New will be no election footling on the curb market In the Uiiiiulal district this year as has been the case in recent The curli provided a center In some as high as mid was laid by the curb on account of tho new betting law here will be no open bet ting this DeWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and wll in a very short time strengthen the weakened Sold by Harry West HAS TROUBLES OF HIS OWN Hitchcock Not Interested in New York Governorship STATE LEADERS DISAPPOINTED Hoped to Have Republican Nations Chairman Express an Opinion as to Wisdom of Renomlnating Governor to Learn Tafts Po sition In Matter Also No Chances Being Taken of Getting Entangled in Factional New York Governor Popular in New the Republican political leaders of New York state who conferred with Frank Hitch chairman of the Republican na tllonal hoped to draw from the Taft manager an expression of opinion as to the wisdom of renomln atlng Governor Hughes for a second term or of turning him down they were keenly Practically the whole time was spent by Hitchcock In listening to the state leaders expounding their views on the governorship but he told them all that it was not a part of his duties to pick candidates for state He declared that he would not consent to take any part In purely state campaigning so long as no party breach that might threaten the na tional ticket was Not only did Hitchcock conceal his own preference in regard to the but he successfully elud ed every effort on the part of the call ers to learn whether President Roose valt and Judge Taft were in favor of the renomlnation of He said B had not discussed the question at lincinnatl with the Republican nomi nee for nor had he received any communication from Roosevelt regarding the Messrs Parsons and Woodruff sought information as to Tafts wishes and did not get They learned in stead that Hitchcock had advised In the past and would continue to counsel in the future that the manage ment of the national campaign should be conducted so as notto become in volved in any state disputes of a fac tional He urged that the state convention was the proper machinery to be used in settling state political That Taft thinks very highly of FLYING MACHINE IS ALL RIGHT Find Hidden El United States Marshal Hlllebrand lo cated sixty bombs three miles north west of El Paso where It is believed Mexican revolutionists had hidden Bonl Wins the de Castellalne was successful in a supplementary move In his fight for the possession of his three The court grant ed the count the custody of the chil dren for the month of August in ad dition to the month of to which he is entitled under the divorce This the court did because of he fact that Count Bonl did not he children while they were In the Jnlted States this year in the com pany of their Johnson Will Report at a letter o William Bryan Governor Johnson laces his oratorical powers at the dls osal of the Democratic He says he will he available bout September and will go where The letter was In answer to ne received from Bryan several ays ago calling attention to the fact mt there was a desire in many states o hear the Minnesota Hughes is known and at his re quest Governor Hughes will make one of the principal speeches at the open ing of the campaign at At the same time it is urged that it does not follow that Taft will express himself in favor of the gov ernors renomlnatlon nor attempt to interfere with the New York state Republicans in the At a re cent Republican conference In the Nutts Sensational Atlantic vinced he had only a few more to live because his health was failing From Ceakage of Heart five ioi lifter she awakened her moth of a peculiar sensation that over her Miss Viola Bowen tiled from leakage of the It In one of the most peculiar i hat has ever come to the no local A post developed that a t saarp resembling i o had entered the through the It is be iha the point of a needle en her hand and traveled all the to her Only Death Will Separate Los mined that he would not be separated from his who is a leper and has been confined in the county Brigadier General David rei in ip n of two stolen her from the Institution and rushed her across the Mexican bor where he declares he will live with her untildeath separates them the officials say both threatened to end their livei It compelled to live apart Car Wai to control an automobile which she was driving near Roslyn Louise age sustained injuries in be ing thrown out of the car when It smashed into a telegraph She is Kllsworth a watchman on the In a critical took unusual means to end his Climbing the railing at ocean end of the pier he knotted the halyards of a flagpole tying noojB about his jumped wide ot the Hit neck was Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently upon the bowels and thereby drives the cold out ot the Sold by Harry TRISTATE NEWS Fire damaged the Boody House to the extent of There was a wild scramble of guests to gel Tony a young in an flew over the He alighted as per schedule on the Boslwick Braun building with out Frank Litz owner of the Eaton Lumber coumiltled suicide at uuuiei uiiuu lu LUU i west it developed that Hughes Wading inlo a creek he fired a bullet was popular in a number of debatable stales and some of those iin the con ference did not hesilate to expresS the opinion that the governor should be reuominated by New York Repub licans in order lo slreuglhen the na tional Thought He Wasnt Good thirtyone years in the absence of his wife killed himself and his two five years and three years by means of A note left for Hen dricks said Goodby and expressed hope that she would find a better CROWDED STORE IS SCENE OF SHOOTING Rejected Lover Fires at Girl Saved by Corsets AUGUST 1 Saturday Specials Complete Outfit Base Ball 39c Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier r ft ff lining Ij I Ij jlJIH H I It t she refused to marry him nolly walked quietly into a crowded department store and fired three limes at Miss Kate a counter The third shot caught her just under he The course of tho bul let was checked by a corset steel and she was only slightly A hundred women reeled ler rifled by Ihe Many of those who fainted were not revived for Slipping his revolver into his pocket Counoly walked to the main entrance and waited until a police man seized him and hurried him to the Meanwhile a squad of officers was hurried to the department store pacify the terrorstrictoen Gaoplpe Thugs San Quentln Siesman and Louis known aa the gasplpe who committed a series of daring crimes In San Francisco following the earth quake and fire In were executed here in the Into his city was found dead In bed at his He was a vet eran of the Civil war and was a prom inent Grand Army Wright brothers of this will ignore the challenge made by Henri Farman the French of 000 for an endurance of the Livckawanna and West ern car shops lo the number of ulili have been laid off They were to have formed uuion to op pose reduction In touring car and its two one ot whom was George clerk of the bureau of were liter ally ground to pieces beneath tho wheels of a citybound Margaret age of llled a suit for divorce from her hus Samuel age One of the claims in her petition is that he has not taken a bath since their marriage in Bliss of presi dent of the Columbus and Cleveland has been appoint ed receiver of the road by Judgo Sater on application of the Pennsyl vania Railroad a quarrel of said to have grown out of a suit over the dividing j line of their John age shot Susan age and then turned the weapon upon Both are in a dying completing Its ticket by naming Morton of Webster county for attor ney general and choosing Howard Swiahor of Monongahela county and Bruce McDonald of Logan for presi dential electors the Democratic etate convention Brpdrick has uo patience with the clg oret In the trial of a divorce case the on the witness stated that her husband very fre quently qotiip at night to smokea This Is sufficient for a ai vorce In my said the East a quarrel over money Dragic a was shot and instantly killed near Mike the alleged was found by work men hiding in the woods He was bound and two men stood over him with a shotgun until the sheriff Zo rovlc was held for the murder of his wife at Steelton on June At the time Luko shol but his life was saved by Ihe hospital At the hearing one woman testified that Zorovlc had shot his be cause he declared that she had killed every one of their children at Swain and John Overpeck of this city are in a local hospital In a serious Ihe result of an au tomobile The auto skid ded into a ditch and turned bury ing both occupants beneath WitS two ribs a bruised hip and In ternal injuries Swain walked four miles to the mining own of RaJeigh a hundred kegs of powder in a powder house Nearly every building in the town was wrecked and several people were se riously the worst injured being Postmaster Frank Several persons were blown out of their The damage Is dont you live with your wlfo and support her asked Judge Swearlngen of George Horspader in desertion Hors pader weighs about 200 I cant live with ho She gets comes boats me and then puts me out of the Hors under is sljoiit a font shorter than her husband and weight about half as ranch as he which it Is thought originated with a gasoline explosion on board a motor barge de stroyed the fish wharves of the Phila delphia Fish Merchants association at Spruce street on the Delaware FARMAN MAKES FIRST FLIGHT French Aeronaut Exhibits His Airship At Brighton Beach SUCCESSFUL IN EVERY WAY Admiring Crowd Cheers the Noted Aviator After Successful Perform ance Newspaper Attempting to Catch the Start Are Felled by the Mighty Sweep of Air Created by Powerful Propeller of 350 Yards on First Flight in the United New from the ground like a giant bird and darting through the air at express train speed Henry Farmang the inter esting heavlerthanalr flying machine he brought him from France to demonstrate his ability to nude its initial flight In this at Brighton It rose from an es pecially prepared runway at the will of the Inventor after attaining a height of twentyfive flow straight ahead on a direct finally lighting with exquisite grace when the air pilot reduced the motor entailing a loss estimated at from lo Twentyfive fish dealnm and commission merchants oc cupied stalls or offices on the wharves and all were burned launch rontuiniiitr six sUHTfl by Inexperienced was run di rectly against the paddle tox of the big steamer The and occupants were drawn info Hm great wheel and passed completely The small craft was Into bin five of the six on cupants escaped their cloth ing being torn oft The body of the sixth has not yet been HENRY During the brief time in which tho aeroplane was skimming about the few hundred spectators watched the flight with breathless The instant the trim looking machine land ed cheers rent the Farman was surrounded and literally Mem bers of the Aero club of America wanted to carry the successful in ventor off the field on There were skeptics In the crowd who would not believe until they saw and they watched the tuning up of the aeroplane In doubting Farmans mechanics rushed about get ting the queer shaped ship ready for the flight and wires had been made taut and the motor tested the ship was carried to the plank runway neat tho ifleld Newspaper photographers crowded around the aeroplane to get pictures of the and it was at this moment that Farman decided to make another test of the motor before fly He Instructed his French me chanics to hold fast to the aeroplane while he turned on the In stantly the propeller began to whirl at the rate of revolutions to the minute and a breeze equal to a small cyclone was The photograph ers ware knocked flat and plastered to the ground until the power was tucned So great was theViolence of the breeze that several willow tree were bent when the crowd had been waved he gave the Lej go and away sped the aeroplane over the plank It ran swift ly along on its wheels for 240 yards and then Farman turned a lever which sent it into the air like magic and away It The propeller made a whirring noise as It turned 800 to the Only 350 yards covered In ths air on this but a few minutes later made an other try and traveled 780 the V LEATHER Wuttrn Pennsylvania and Saturday and Sunday north Weit   

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