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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                4W o i t TROLLEY CRASH FATAIJO FIVE Several Others Are Said To Be GARS qfnttoa Carti onWrtWn Ohio One Runhlrtfl it Great t Meet Headon With Terrible Consequences Hipperti Near Shelby County Inflrfn Into Which Victims Are fhyslottfnc Hurried to Scene Prom Sidney In Five Demons wera killed and eighteen injured la a beadon collision between two limited oars of the Western Ohio company line Sidney and at oclock last THE DEAD William George FATALLY INJURED Charles Charles VERIBESTRUBBER thicker oh the Noth ing better of GET OUR McHenryMillhome South FOR SAtB BT LWIHQSTON ft MOVER Leas aeerety injured Sidney Jolm Ohftrtea P UtofthTl compound fracture of phfaTiloidajid face Plqua vbayton tiayton Er Dayton Rbllln Tobe Sidney wound ind collar bonebroken Coxy Dayton Andy Deweesn taoe and head cut Clarence Plqua net1 and scalp fit The northbound cat1 tif was running on time bound car out ot Sidney running at great almost directly In froht of tJwiSnilljy county to and Injured were conveyed clans and surgeons were htteift the scene from Sidney in au ROSY REPORTS MADE TO BRYAN A ft 81 ASSUf V fllUfiS Of ififS ui VORYS GOES TO HOT SPRINGS IWIH Hold art Imporuiht Conference With Taft and Hitch Virginia Trouble to Be Considered and Soitt Pieady to tend Their Aid to Whom They the Regular Republican Nominee for Scherr a Prom the lips of numerous callers from various jiarts of the country and A mistake Iti orders causM Jfte from William Bryan received It Is is ln regarding the pollt that ha occurred this M ula presidency of the United While rounding a slight curvfefcaeh Altogether he had one of the busiest motormanucauBht since his proachlng In addition to some traveling new tried to Jump frofri Ms the visitors Included Representative car and was The two Henry Clayton of chairman together with terrific ot committee of notl ficatlon pact completely telescoping McClure of Sedalla a mem bound car In which the committee the those killed and Injured of Henry gersV Owing to the remoteness brthff of New York Harvey point at which the accident Hardy of an who relief was It is said that sevenst Intends to stump Erie and Wyoming persons may die as a result of their New for Bryan a del juries for lack of prompt FAIR CAMPERS ROBBED Wake Up In thevMorning to Find Ap pirel Dew Drop Camping club on egatlon of Christian Scientists from various parts of the country and 300 members of the Bpworth to whom he delivered a brief Knowledge of the fact that General Henry Douglas of New York had or ganized a Bryan and Kern com posed of southerners living in the Em the outskirts gtat9 brought unboUnded pleas composed of twenty young ure to Mr BryBnQeneral women of the a natlve ot cotn robbed of all their The manded a blgade ln Lees Ing before they tendered CQ to Colonel Bryans Third to their and It is suspected Nabraakft rftgimenf was that some of the boys were noli Invited did the In the a lovely blonde In pink atuok her head That brought others put of In turn discovered that they had nothing to cover themselves but their It was some hours before a selling came to the He Was bribed to race Into town1 to tell the girls relatives of their plight and it was noon before a beauty could comeout from her tent in proper Let Us Take Care Of Ydur 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 In and see FARMERS A MERCHANTS TRUST Keep Your Eye On This Space For Saturday Specials Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier j To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable GIT Y RESTAURANT Of FOR ICE CREAM AND T Satisfaction Ouarantecd Mercer Street Bell Phmc 39 L Good Word for Jhe success of El running In in tiT ri r will arrive her tttt A conference rfo day or Ifoank Hitchcock will arrive which time It Is expected the personnel n the advis ory of vfhjch ttlmer Dover Is to bfi be decided Plans or the campaign Wilt be this coher when It Is final decision will be reached regarding Tafts personal Although his presence at virltWs places be haa so far accepted Inci sHItohcdck will be asked to define the course his committee is to take in WestVirgin la i whether aid will be given to the reg ular Republican or to the socalled Senator Elkins of that state Is as also is who came on the same train Senator Scott U to come tomorrow and It Is said Scherr Will be Senator Elklns predicted Swlshers election by and said that more votes would given na tional ticket in He believes the regular organisation should ba continues to re fuse to become In the contro Wlleon to New Wil son of the department of agriculture and Secretary StrauS of the depart ment of andx labor have both promised to make speeches In the Republican campaign in The election In thai state will be held 1 and is the first in the Hat of Charles Keating of has been appointed assistant director of the bureau and will havo charge of the work at the Chicago DARING LAD RESCUED FROM Ml DEATH nomination attracted particular notice of Democratic While I take no part In the contests between Democrats fore the conventions or he I am sure I will be pardoned In this case If Isay that while we had a number of worthy Democrats aspiring to the governorship in Illinois no one among them was superior in his qual ideations to I believe he will make a very strong candidate and will greatly aid the national tick The dissatisfied and there are many Of them In will feel that no harm could come to the state from Stevensons elec His large public and his sterling qualities combine tomakeilm the Ideal candidate andhe will make an Ideal The Visit of Henry last ed an His opposition to the Idea of the guarantee of bank deposits was well known to but that not prevent supporting the Demo cratic for he said he wanted to see Democracy win In George Is nearlng the end of an exten sive lecture and when that is concluded it Is his Intention to take the stump in behalf of Bryan and Significant We talked about some things that were particularly interesting to remarked but beyond that would say nothing of what was un der To the newspapermen George declared that if he could trust the signs he a trade union movement on In New York similar to that In when his father conduct ed his This is the first time In many except In the case of Representative Llttlefleld of said that President Sam uel Gompers of the American Federa tion of Labor has been in a It is very In his opinion trade unions were more in pol itics in the present campaign than he had ever known them to and he Is saying a great There were he such as hard times and labor Injunc that had aroused the laboring men to In the course of his lectures In Kan sas and Nebraska in order to test the temper of his audiences on the political casually men tioned the name of He told the Democratic nominee thatIf the en thusiasm displayed was any Indication of the feeling toward him those states were surely The members of the notification committee are rapidly coming To day Important conferences are being held In Lincoln between Chairman Wick and the members ot the execu tiye committee and between Mack appointed to bppv the campaign EXPLODING BOILER KILLSEIGHTMEN Mangled Bodies Ire Hurled In All Directions men were nearly a score injured and thousands of dollars worth of property damaged by the explosion of a bolter in the York rolling The dead John Benjamin Bremen Harry Paoll Alfred John Harry all of Edward The mill had been closed for about a week and two score of men were engaged In making repairs to an en The men were working close to the boiler and when the explosion oc curred not one Of them was able to make his The shockwas BO terrific that It demolished a large por tion of the mill and sent heavy pieces of Iron In all The plant ot the Schmidt Steacy com located near the scene of the was badly damaged and a which was standing 300 yards from the was Box pars on the railroad siding adjoining the mill were torn to splinters and sev broken and wagon went orer John age lost a leg and Was In ly injured by being run over by j cr He died at Spencer Jacob age was drowned tu iatviUhannrt river liear Island of the Citys pleasure Ch The Logan on manufacturers of have filed a petition In UabUS William Norton and his seven sons have start ed from West Liberty to Oklahoma In two covered The rest of the family will follow by The case In volving the validity of the Cincinnati legislative Investigating committee was filed In the supreme court on error from the circuit court of Hamilton The first suit growing out of the explosion Naomi near brought In thta county waa filed by Sarah who asks f for the death of her While JAGKIES REVEL IN SHORE JOYS New Zeaianders Lavish With Their Hospitality FLEET OFFICERS BANQUETED Admiral Sperry and of New Zealand Government Ex change Luncheons and Enjoyed by Enlisted Who Promenade the Convoyed by Pretty Machlnltt on Board Battlethlp Accidentally and again with a lavish showered Its hospitality upon the offi cers and men ot the United States Atlantic battleship The chief event of the day was the receotton to Rear Admiral Sperrr and his officers given this afternoon in Drill hall by the mayor and mayoress of a farmer living near1 To meet the naval officers bad gathered wad descending a hill with a load ttu the civil and of posts the brake flew off and he was I hundreds of Numerous Wtfnv thrown from the neck was I jn the latest winter tcuJh also attended the which eral persons close to the damaged Stricken vag a brilliant one In every1 rQspectl balldlng at the time of the explosion were slightly injured by flying The many of whom were so black with smoke that they could not be are all expected to Slip of FoQilMian Fill of Six Hundred Feet Los wire less message from1 Catallna rescue ot Irving Bon Spaldlng of from a precipice 600 feet above the where he had spent the day In peril of his The youth disappeared from the ho tel early in the He went to explore the island and climbed the sheer face of the 750 feet as far fts he could and got within 100 feet of the Spaldlng found It impossible to get down and shouted for but failed to make anyone He could not sit down and the slightest misstep would have sent him to instant death on the rocks His as night was organized a searching After an hours search they located the weak with The problem of how to rescue him was solved at last by the discovery of a path leading fifty feet down from the A rope was lowered to the youth and he was drawn safely to the top of the Aside from the nervous hunger and the boy Is all i Five Weeks for a i a wait of nearly five weeks ahead of Miss Anna age took her place before the door of the United I States land office and will camp there night and day until the Fond du Lac Indian reservation is opened for set tlement Misn Rowe Is 6 In the She saya she Is going to be a She is well with reading MISLEADING In That Prod to Which They There erms in certain depart of sunnee that positively mis name the products o which they are The word oil In Its more compre and indiscriminate uses is to Include like pe and also many other sub stances that have an oily like oil of which 14 not oil at themlnewl including alipetioleuin not although we speak of coal oil and kerosene The bent classifications of oils do not Include mineral like paraffin and but treat only the two well defined groups oils and fats and the essential or volatile Copperas Is not but fcul phnte of Salt of lemon haa nothing to do with the fruit of the with Samuel Melvlne of Was highly comiHmen Llgonler fell headlong from a seconded by everyone on nis successful cfrulBfl story window of her home on Church i She alighted on her sus taining Injures which resulted In Joseph Miller waft held up and robbed JOBS FOR CHOATE AND ROOT They Will Preside Over New York Republican New for the Republican state convention were announced by State Chairman Timothy Woodrufl upon his return from Camp Kill Kare in the Adlron While the selection of the defi nite date ol the convention is left to the state which will meet In his city Chairman Wood ruff said that the convention would undoubtedly be held on September 14 at Positive announcement of the chief officers ot the convention was made by 1 The temporary chair will be Joseph former American ambassador at and Secretary of State Kllhu Root will be the permanent j Woodruff salij that I and Root ware selected be cause the Republican organization wants the partys two men In active political both whoii are New yorkais and ejlgllja the to preside qver Ih Qfclo ofclaf of fltnator AllliOH Left Wil AlHuona wlU been value of the jit aatlwated at from San After the reception Admiral Bperry entertained the members ot the lature at luncheon on board the The speeches on both sides were felicitous to a degree and ex pressive of the warm friendship that1 exists between New Zealand United U Thousand Men Go Shore was granted to bluejackets this They taken in hand by various committees whose duty and pleasure It was that they had a good And they had Theater parties and tertainments had been arranged decorated electric toen beauty tjhp them tookadvantage oftheir general ager ol the Zug and Steel com t pany and one of the bestknown young to visit the summit of Mount s business men of Is dead at extinct the view Which his summer home at Is a magnificent age He had been In ill venire from the old health for some in the days of the betweeh the i Maori tribes were carried away by Ed The delightful and win Stuart and Pugilist John the conn Sullivan will be two ot the tryPdPotted8nere and there wlth neautl ful villas to the quaint littletown of of f200 by two foreigners and within two hours the assailants had been identified and held for court at a special Bearing before Jus tice on I want to exchange a few shots with William Clay of Oakmont Is alleged to have he opened the door of the home of Adam Corn berg with a shotgun under bis The trouble Is said to have been over the death ot a lemon but Is potassium binoxalate f Blair county with thejr Onehung8 potash treated with oxalic presence this vThe governor takejj by of thfl fleamen Carbolic acid Is not an but a i speak on pastoral pursuits and the j New Zealanders and the enlisted men The phenol In structure it Is allied to the prizefighter on good i fraternlzed The Americans took alcohols and has only slight acid propi dis1 a remarkable Interest in the workmen Soda water has no trace of a rance the Sulphuric acid contains no wjfe Qf ft Center famer la Sugar of lead Is wlth Tne womans of augan Cream of tartar has nothing to fio with cream nor milk of lime with German silver Is a stranger to and black lead Is not lead at but Mosaic gold is a sulphide of These misleading names have down from the vocabulary of an early and inexact As popular science extends the old terms are ylnlcling to the more scientific nomen Her Modest When Andrew White was minis ter to Germany he received some queer letters from Perhaps the funniest of all was a mandatory epistle from an old lady living in the who inclosed In uer letter four pieces of white each some six inches We are going to have a fair In our she and I am making an autograph I want you to get me the autographs of the the empress and the crown prince and tell them to be very careful not to write too near the edge of the as a seam has to be allowed for putting them A Maori A seaside resort in the Hawkes bay district of New Zealand is called by the charming Maori name Tamatauka But this Is only an The full Is Tarn atauwhakutanglhangakoaauaotanenul The translation The bill on which Tanenuiarangl the husband of heaven played bis flute to his Marital I must remarked I dont believe there ever was a really perfect replied I sup pose thats because Eve wasnt made How do you if Five been mjtpe 8nt she would have bossed job of mak AiMi a tWqntyllve He batbJog and went beyond hU Other bathers were afraid twnpt to raaoije sons claim their father knows where his wife but that he refuses infor isjtlon concerning fearing her children will Induce her to leave fishing In dustry at this port Is at a Btandatlll as the result of a strike of which will tie up the tugs and disable the fish The companies made a reduction In the price for her only the 2 where formerly they received Guthrle of the West Virginia asylum has returned from where he1 has been visiting Gov ernor Dawson and making an exten sive observation ofthe antitoxin treat ment for A result w111 be a systematic campaign against tho white plague in this Judge Trexier has refused to continue Garrett at one a wealthy resident of this In the custody of Sheriff Wieand in contempt pro ceedings for taking trust funds from the Robert Rathbun and directed that the former million aire be committed to the Lehlgh county Lieuten ant Governor Murphy has directed that special elections to fill vacancies In the senate be held on 3 In the Fourteenth coinposed of Mon Carbon and Pike to fill the unexpired terms of the late Frank and in the Fortletbrlspmposed part ol Alle to flll the term ot Senator who recently New Klser of IB n jail here charged assault an4 battery and a felony upon James Novel of a pretty German She has made affidavit that her husband was being held In the Blwood city lockup upon some cbaige Kaer that he had the power to 1 of New Zealand and questioned them at length with regard to the labor reg their Throughout the morning everywhere sailors could be having declined the in vitations of the were promenading up and down the main thoroughfare with pretty girls on their laughing and chatting gaily and answering with witty the sal lies of Are Well Shortly after noon the men were taken to various places wherp committee had arranged elaborate luncheons for After the lunch eons a majority of the In obedi ence to the commands of their v returned to their ships In order that another detachment might have shorn leave during the This evening a brllllnnt state will be given In honor of Admiral Sperry and the officers of the fleet Lord the at eminent and various smokers have been arranged for the enlisted Much satisfaction Is expressed bf Admiral Sperry that Thomas Thomson commonwealth minister ol state for has waived the reg ulatlons which prevent the landing of an armed force In order that the Auaer loans may compete In rf le matches on Australian Paul a while Ing today In the engine room of the battleship was badly man gled by the fall of a steel He died In a A military funeral will be accorded i J y i i Men Fight for detail of police had dlinoulty n Con trolling a crowd of about men who bad answered an advertisement Issued by the Joseph Campbell com who desired 400 In the crowd which responded to the call were former employes pt company and these wefe given f In their desperation to be wnorif i 1 J among throwing brieki and that he Novel provided she would   

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