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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                POLITICAL FOES TAfT f West Virgil Factions Journey HITCHCOCK THERE TO ADVISE Repretuntatlvet of RepUblt can Factions From Mountain Lay Cue Before Republican and tempt io Involve Presidential Candi date In Muddle During vialt to Qfeenbrler County and Taft Back Helori White Sulphur acute In West Virginia is to be the sub ject of a conference at Hot Springs when William Taft reaches here Swiuher and Bcharr factions will be Swlsher is the regular Republican nominee for governor and Scherr is running for the same office at the head ot an lnde Republican Each wing has made application for the sup port of the Republican mittee and the pilgrimage Tafts headquarters is for ithe purpost of gotintf a Effforts have been triadl ity BiehTfafetldn while Taft has been to got him to Iden tify himself WeftWe or thb but he has jsoaitlvely refused to REQAHDLE88 OF Anybody can apply It A thicker coating than any other Rubber Ing on the Can be applied ofer old people and backed up by Needs no onrequest f McHenryMHlhouse South FOR SALE BY LIVINGSTON 4 GreenvlHe matter of campaign arranfta tftettts ffir West is one which comes directly rtts jurisdiction of Prank HUjheafifc who is ex pected to reach Springs The delegation the state Wfii Sena liJltdhg and ScdtV Representatives Hashes and Oalftes and Swikh er afid 1PHe Paft party left here at thin Corning ly train and reached Hot abotit iLlrjlUp For A notabie of visit to this place Mai the taking of A picture of prominent Dem tysrats stopping have declred th liotel here who j vote for uVe were Cdlcmel Slant Included In the fftifl Hasktll of OpbmtOf of Vtj felwen Johnsoni a capitalist of aud ah nacle of Cornelliis Colonel Me a merchant of Kyt a physician ot Patrick Currri Easiness man of Richmond said to be the richest aianjb of Rich RICHES AWAIT WRIGHT wh fildly cheering waSfBure a rlefl mftvptfrfc French Ttiink They Will win Prize SCORN TURNEO TO AflMIBATIOH mond W president of the FredeHcksburg and Poto mac railroad a physician of Richmond John general pas senger agent ofViitte Chesapeake and Ohio of Richmond John Mld dleton ot John Slmonds of Charleston Campbell of excircuit court Judge Dover Accepfa New New Elmer Do ver ot Ohio has Designed his position as secretary ofjlthe Republican na tional will become the secretary of advisory committee which is to George Shel treasurer of national commit William rfafward of Nebraska wholes been Republican chairman in hliyitate for a number of has secretary of the national committee and will be of Wilbur Wright te 8sy Parts Newspapers Most Advanced French AerOblahe Appear at Wh6 Rldfculell the Wrtflht Machine Compelled Admit Their Wonderful Fdghi Disarms All Jeal Prise Within French press unites in spontaneous and enthusiastic of Wilbur Wrights perform ance with his aeroplane Saturday at Le Mans and unhesitatingly expresses the opinion that even in this shorl was undoubtedly proven that file Wright brothers are leaders in aerial The average opinion is perhaps best summed up by the which de clares that it was riot a success but a adding This decisive vic tory creates a revolution in the tlflc This man exclaims other Jhas conquered the charge of 4he western headquar ers at Chicago Jn the absence of advisory which is to hav6 charge of ways and means for the ojltnpalcrn and will work irtth will consist of who are to be named will be prominent business men and financiers f rom various pections f the will not be drawn They will be men in touch with commercial conditions who have lad experience In past campaigns with he needs of a party The election of Dover for the secre aryship of the committee pleases him and bis acceptance of the place dis loses of the reports that his relations Hitchcock are not Let Us Take Care Of Your Valuable Papers We have New Safe Deposit Boxes for rent in our absolute Fire Proof Boxes of sufficient size to hold your pa pers and documents may be rented from You carry the Our vault affords the Best protec Come and see FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST Keep Yoiir Eye On This Space Far Saturday Specials Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier ICE CREAM AND SHERBET Bell Phone 392 Satisfaction Guaranteed Mercer Street Whert To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Not Debatable nrCTlfTffc A ITT ClTi RESTAURAm Of BOOST VORY the aclJofl of ihe ttepuotleati state id Selecting AMh of Tafts preliw to Republican was filled The and was car it nicety without topiher the 5 FOR SENATE Have Seat of fid legislature and are pleased with ot the committee manager airy campaign in the opening of the at Youngstotfn Voryss friends for him to suc and it is said the Republican i started a boom Senator Foraker Vorys will eater polls with the ftdmfitt i lid It Is figured Governor Hughes Of New York wliflbe a drawing card and great regiilt start the cnmpalg fffen expeited from Ilia FrleiSis ot 8enat6ra For aker and Dick saWthat both will be at Ybungatown attiijthat axes will now be burled a the Republicans solid assert that when Bhed take the The liant record and of the people in regardless ministration may i steps to assist thtispafctor to return to that Mt relatives of Flo nlneteenye a 1 alive seven days On peering1 ube into the ouhd that IBS taken on a fear she either what the Tatt ad FEAR IS DEAD Hindu vVt 3 Hypnotised Her Tells All fcftcl ice Jessie id 4 girl who by Bundha and burled fear she is the glass air the investigators g womans face en hue and they dead or is near STRIKERS FIRE INTO A TRAIN An made to force he Hindu to the but no compel him to the who wit nessed the frankly admitted that the machine is far supe rior to anything yet Wright told the Associated Press that he was even embarrassed by an absence of On this point Bleriot said Wrights aero plane will fly wind at the beck and will of the Several of the newspapers dwell with on Wrights marvel ous control of he machine and call attention to his taking corners and angles almost terrifying In their sharp Admit They Lag The expert in aerial navigation of writes as follows aw could ba fou do The mystic aj the day to bring the girl her He laughs at the tha she nay be dead and saro she will be as she Is exhumed as Shewas when she was LIVES CRUSHED OUT UNDEB TOURING GAR Hole In le Road Brows Auto Over Embankment an auto mobile plunged over a steep embank ment on the Mitchaw two and a half miles west of Charles a wealthy Cleveland im porter and merchant and Father pastor of ColumbMUs were Instantly killed be neath the Charles Pohl Delagrange would seem to he only j her daughter Florence and When we contested the sin1 a Cleveland were In eerily of wo were trying j tne touring car but were saved from to believe that Franco would lead in injury by the high back of the aviation as in but landed at the bottom of Wright proves that we are but debu the embankment bottom side The j priests hoad was crushed between the La Presse remarks that Wrights edee of the car and a huge that we applaud Wrights sue The aeroplanes of Farman and N TRAIL LEADS TO UNION CAMP Labor Situation In Birmingham Dis trict Alabama Marked by Attack Upon Party of NonUnion atid Their of the Wounded Men May Tracked by Arrcated on Sutplcloh of Having PartlclpaUd the men were killed and eleven two ot Whom Will probably striking fired into a passenger train on the Blrmihgham Mineral rail road at The dead s deputy nonunion The train was bearing nonunion men to the Blocton mines lender guard of soldiers and On the outskirts ot town the engi neer saw a log the track and at once a volley was flred Into The engineer did not but let the JOwcatcher throw the log from the rack and put on full the attapk was made was in a the on a level with the low jr part ot the The assail ants on the rocks above poured down a murderous fire directly Into the win dows and at the Practically every window In the train was brok en and shotsstruck all parts of the en line and Tha train proceeded to itlocton and the dead Injured were returned to Dogs were hurried to the scene and took trails through woods directly to the union Bight negroes ware ar rested and other arrests are Conductor Collins came here from four years The body baa beea sent to for Governor Comer held a con ference Hub ibard commanding and an otheTcoJnpah was barred The trouble has caused widespread in dignation and a general demand is being made that niore fyigorous steps be taken lookingto the preservation oc NEWS IN BRIEF 8hlyearod son ot Charles Kensell fiost bnra was BO burned byttn iou of powder that he C plant ot he tinted company was lamaged by fire to the extent of The plant will be The 5 yoaroiil daughter George dims was burned to death through ur clothing igniting from Leroy Longof this place was held up and robbed by footpads at and will probably die from Hamden erations ceased at the Standard shaft at Glen It was one of the first coal mines to be opened in the district twentyfive years Smith is In a serious condition as the result Of being bit over the heart by a pitched ball during the game between Irwln and Manor arrested at Hebron for the theft of a bicycle and while being brought to this city jumped through the win dow of n fast passenger train and es was handcuffed at the by the8tate police with trying to oper ate a pinch game at the big Buck wheat reunion at a former chief ot police has given ball for his appearance at grand lodge ot Colored Masons of Pennsylvania has Completed the pur chase of a sixtyfouracre plot Inthe vicinity of sine miles from and wilt establish a of the Van Buren section have banded against an apparently organizedgang that during the night destroys bee trees and steals the Land own have suffered n loss of several hundred dollars in this a in Criterion shaft at was standing at the bottom the double shaft to be hauled out when a big lump of coal fell from the cage above and struck him on the crushing the He died almost in POLICEMEN SLAIN BY PETTY THIEYIS Turn Otters Are Surprised Ml with Indicating that they had been beaten to death in the perform ance of their the bodies ot Emerson and Frank meta bars of the Methuea were found on the outskirts ot this town after a search of several The two offi cers were sent out in an effort to catch petty who have been chicken yards and When the officers failed to report for duty Chief of JPollce organized searching The bodies of the two officers were found lying halt dorf cealed In some hushes In thd peat McDermotts head was crushed in and there weremany ugly braises about Emersons indicating that both officers were beaten to death by some blunt presumably two bloodstained which were found near The bushes were spat tered with blood and evi dently by a It is thought that while the two ofch cers were following the man or men they suspected of thieving they ware attacked from the Two large well aimed and thrown from behind at a short it Is be lieved down surprised offi As they tried to rise to their feet they were set upon with clubs and beaten to Altoona Man Killed In a fruit dealer of this was killed near the city of July to which place he had gone three months ago to settle hi a eg The received here said i thpt Azarbecame involved in an alters with the town fighter and gdt the better of They parted but when later Azar went Invitation to the fighters home he wad shotin the abdomen it Is and tell Aster has asked that the killing be Investigated by the United States authorities first experimentIn France establishes his aeroplane is ac complishing marvelous The Wright brothers now should be as much fellcltated as they have been scoffed lie paper y Other journals predict that the Wright brothers undoubtedly will fill the contract by which they will tre celve if they effect two nights of fifty kilometers with a machine carrying two Weather Conditions Weather conditions for the test were The sky was blue and without a cloud aud a gentlo north west breeze was It was shortly before 3 oclock when the which is the same as that used in the United was brought out of its shed and mounted on a small singlewheeled which lu turn was resting on a single rail on After a preliminary test of the apparatus Wright declared Jill was ready and took a position be the By means of afalling weight rigged on a beam erected in he ground and connecting with cords running to it the chariot wao started running over the rail and the aero thus having been givena for ward suddenly left the chariot and ascended like a bird to a height of about forty Then it swerved and turned in its course and sailed up the It dipped gracefully up attaining a height Of sixty eat and then descended to between hlrty and forty Wright thus twipe circled the field and stop ping brought the aeroplane Jn front of who was driving the ma was entangled in the steering the wheel crushing into his Death cavne to Father Vahey in stantly and Pohlmann lived less than Pohlmanns neck was probably broken and his chest Dletzel from unrjer the assisted the women out and then examined the bodies of the two men in the of the Real izing the men were the dentist seated the women on the bank and ran half n mile to the home of Ste phen Eley where he found four or five men who were willing to return to the wreck with In the meantime Miss Pohlroann fainted and was car ried to the Eley farmhouse and doc tors summoned from refused to leave the scene until the body of her husband was released from the The scene of the accident was at the Eley across Ten Mile Abput twenty feet west of the bridge Is deep hole In the middle of tlje stretching nearly across The hole was full of water and just after the bridge Pohlmann guided his machine over to the left side of the road to avod he The sides of the embankment at that point are thickly lined shrubbery and small tiw wi prrty did not jealize that ad a steep The front wheel of the machine went over the edae of the embank ment just as the rear wbeslistruck the edge pf the hole in the The of the r w v ie hole pibank JOKED HIMSELF How Private John Allen Got Himself Elected to Here is Champ Clarks defense of If It needs one The dryasdusts solemnly assev erate that humor never did any lets How did John Allen of Mississippi get to congress I Joked himself One bit of sent him to a national Opposing him for the con gressional nomination was the Confed erate General They met on the General Tucker closed one of his speeches as follows Seventeen years ago my fellow after a hard fought battle on yonder I bivouacked un der yonder clump of Those of you who remember as I do the times that tried mens souls will I forget their humblo servant when the primaries shall be That was a strong appeal In those but John raised the general at his own My fellow ho what General Tucker says to you about bivouacking under yonder clump of trees is It Is also my fellow that 1 was a vedette picket and stood guard over him while he fellow nil you who were generals and had privates to stand over you while you slept vote for General and all of you who were prlrates and stood guard over the generals while they slept vote for Private John Tho people caught took John at his word anil sent him to where lie stayed until the world was filled with his eachwas fixed s In the cases ot Ida Palmer of chargedwithtriurdering her Frank and Palmers Margaret held as Palmer was shot during a money freely for air gloves and Frank age and William age were sweated by the borough officials and confessed to having brok en into Bonders department ab stracting 15 from cash New pecu liar condition has arisen here over the burning of the will of Augustus Wei age His will was fiGiu Dy L rofosspr wtioso home was burned last Weller was then too ill an other will and died two days Cham Six Die t to detfthIn house flre at and Twelfth be tween the ages ot eight infant ot in aged Other occupants ot the tenement J were injured jumping from three Fleet Officially weather greeted the landing Admiral commanderlnchlej51 of the United States Atlantic and his officers to receive official wej come to Australasian waters at the hands of the Immense crows the streets and das and roofs of houses adjacent were moving masses of It was a great reception and unbounded enthu siasm Illinois results ot the Illinois state primaries as far as Roiissin and determined are as follows Democratic members of Troop state forUnltedStatea stationedat the mining village Lawrence Stringer nomi of havo been arrested Qn Innated for Adlai Steven formation of Louis Charging son lleutenEiit Perry assault and battery upon himself and secretary of wlfeand were held to criminal publican for United Aid For the n geographer of Chica never started on one of his explor ing expeditions without receiving by mall and express all sorts of packages from tea medicated boots and what not Peary once told that George Adu a few days before the start of one trip wired hiuito expect ou Important pack age by Tho package It was labeled i To be opened at the farthest point Peary opened it nt It was a small Inscribed Axle greese for the The Pampered call up De MHJyuns aud ask for me Curio wliheu to bark to him over If the brain does not sow It plants in bail a meet ing of the creditors here j soninlaw of Congressman Joseph was elected trustee of the Leechburg Banking and its five Joseph Daniel Mary Edward Hill and Charles Referee Daugh erty fixed McKays bond at prisoners in the county jail sawed their way out and with the ex ception of Frank wore in jail for minor Wash burn has a term in the penitehtlary staring him In the face and It is said it was to him the saWs were passed Into the One of the fugitives was Armlnta Shaffer of Carey has received a 1etter from Ehilly Roberts of Youngs Inclosing a money order tor In return for saving the life of her little sou during the encampment at Robertss boy was in danger of being run down by an Inter urban car when Miss Shaffer jumped before the car and jerked the boy from the the loca tion of the department of Oregon the entire fortyfour departments of the GrandArmy of the Republic nowMve headquarters in this city for the forty second national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic to be held here 31 to The re ports from departments show that about who average years of will George Foss noni Vnated for De neen lieutenant OgWs by secretary of James The Indorsement of Foas for United senator is not the in Albert running close Former Senator William Mason ran well in but felt far behindIn the country Finds Pure White wading in yhita river near this city Lee Sopherpicked up a mussel opened it and found a pearl as as a The stone is smooth milk white in It weight seventeen grains and is valued at Shouldnt Overfeed Hubby Hint for young wives who desiie toj have their husbands retain tlioir boy slender flgures In an Vienna on the subject of food Pro fessor Karl Van one of the greatest medical experts In ut ah emphatic protest wives who overfeed their He declared thatthe reason so many begin to get fat immediately after they have married is that their wives give theig their favorite dishes on possible An Is there anything I can an exasperated west side induce you to go to the gmtU poy for what   

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