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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING RECORD 1 I I I ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1901 2 CENTS PER TAFT DECLINES TOBEjEFEREE Will Take iio Part in Factional Disturbances CONFERS LONG WITH ADVISERS Hitchcock and Vorys Go Over tlon In Each State With Republican Nominee and Statement of Policy Is In Official Vir ginia Trouble Will Be Taken Care of by National committee If Prop erly Fuss Also Is Hot August erything was as harmonious as possl ble and no one was laid across my i mont likewise Secretary made on this ttwas also official ly announced that Taft would con tinue the policy hd naa already adopt ed of not mixing in the local politics of any state or of taking any part in behalf of any candidate for any state This announcement is intended as a denial that Tatt will declda the merits of the contest in West Vir ginia that he will express a preference for or against Governor Hughes In the New York natorial Taking up the nar rative of the days work Taft said Went Over the We went over the situation In every state where It Is recognized that a vig orous campaign must be Par ticular attention was given to Maine and not because of any doubt as to the situation In those states but because the election is held earlier than In other Governor It was undoubtedly would be one of the speakers In these In addition to his acceptance of an Invi tation to open the Ohio at Youngstown on September Secre tary Wilson of the department of agri culture has consented to speak in Ver BALDWIN FAILS IN SPEED TEST Airship Twice Disabled by Trivial Accidents WILL HAVE TWO MORE TRIALS Bpark Coll Disconnecting One Wiien That la Re paired Another Stellar Mlahap Die ablea Motor Entirely and Hurried Descent Into a Cornfield Is After Lapse of Seventeen Minutes Are Made and Flight la Resumed and Captain Thomaa Baldwin made the first em clal speed trial ot his military dlrlgl We are under contract to have the AniDIT ftflOTHD aeroplane on the ground during the I II I U I Uil but we have until the III I MUW 1 VII knee and This was tfafts remark in concluding a detailed account of his allday conference with Frank Hitchcock and Arthur his Chairman Hitchcock announced after the first which continued for three that Taft would make no speeches outside the city ot Cincin nati during the On his way from Hot Springs to Cincinnati last ot the month Taft will make a side trip In the arrangements for which have been but the details are withheld for the pros No political will be August B B wash dresses Misses and Bot way below cost from man seasons clean UP K Childrens sizes Assorted patterns and col all pretty and hisses Fine Gingham and ambray plain light or rk Pink and large assort ment of pretty plaids and stripes embroiddry a choice Misses Fine Gingham Jumper Lace or Em broidery As fine dresses as were ever in the store at the impor tance of the sale is Misses to Fine Linen Jumper nicely not ordinary gar but elegant Tub Misses Princess Lingerie Dresses fine lace trimd or BOGGS NORTH PA Straus of the department of commerce and labor and the John Wes pastor of tho Metropolitan New We went continued the distribution of work of the var ious bureaus of the notional campaign organisation and arrangements were made for a conference with Rich ard in charge of the liter ary work of the national on his return from where he Is to go for the opening of headquar ters in that Ohio Plans We arranged the details of the campaign in All matters per taining to the supply of speakers by the national committee for as well as the distribution of literature and minor will be arranged directly between the national tee and State Chairman Questions of policy will be discussed between the committee and Arthur I shall with me to Cincinnati my present office force and shall have with me Vorys and Gus who will have charge of be sides my and such additional assistants as may be Between the two conferences which were held with Hitch cock was closeted with Senators Bl klns and Scott and nomi for all of West Hitchcock listened to the situation as but said he gave no In tention of any action on his part ex cept to promise that should the matter of the split ticket in that state be pre sented in a proper way to the national committee that following long and broad naturally would be required to determine which of the two factions was the regular Republi can state New Hall last through Its executive com took action looking to active prosecution of the political campaign In behalf of the Democratic party In this city and gave the organizations formal Indorsement to the Democratic national ble before the army board at Fort Myer last When within a mile of the finishing line a secondary wire containing the coll of the engine broke and the motor The air ship was brought down in a cornfield and after Curttss repaired the motor the flight was The accident prevented any possibility of making the speed required by the con but Captain Baldwin has two more trials In which to demonstrate Its As the time approached for making ths flight Captain Baldwin expressed the opinion that the wind was blowing too If it was not for the end of September to make the final We are to make a flight of five miles straightaway and return at a speed ol forty tolled an If there is wind Ita velocity Is added to the actual time when we sail with it and subtracted frorf actual time when we go against In addition we are to give an endurance keeping In the air one I hate perfect confidence In the aeroplane and I assure you it will stand the It will make forty I miles an hour and we oan remain in the air uatll the fuel gives out or the I motor becomes Neither will happen within an i In we made a flight lasjUng thirtyeight minutes and covered twentyfour That is the longest we have ever remained In the I will pilot the aeroplane In the Fort Myer test I do not know hen my brother will return from Le Wright of made a splendid flight wtlh his aeroplane here this circling the field five times and remaining in the air 6 5625 The flight was atlng with the highest evel sixty ALICE THAW NOW FREE Yarmouths Attempt to Hold Up Dl vorce Deoree efforts of Earl of Yarmouth to have reopened the divorce decree obtained by his formerly Miss Alice Thaw of In order thathe might ef fect a more advantageous financial ar were defeated by Justice who made absolute the nisi db cree of a year The action of the justice absolutely cuts out further The earl had been dissatisfied with the financial arrangement of his ae he did not get as much out of his rich wifes estate as he thought he de The earl married Miss Thaw in Plttsburg five years His mar had no deterring effect on his spendthrift Within a few weeks It was an open secret that their married life was On the day of their wedding it is said that the brides brothers had to pay claims against the earl to permit of his presence for the The case is described on the records as otherwise This leads to the presump tion that the countess contemplates resuming her maiden IGNORES CALL Medium Prays in Vain Ma Her Patient Dies GHASTLY SEANCE INTERRUPTED Philadelphia Dead Forty Found In His Home by Po Women Beside His Couch Beseech Aid of Spirit Doctor In Re atorlng Him to Falls to Respond to Supplications Persisted In Until Patient la Missed by Neigh bora and Search Emerson a age was found dead In his home at Nineteenth and Diamond streets In one of the most pretentious residential sections of the city under most startling cir Besides the which lay upon a two women were found praying for his resurrection an muttering strange though physicians said the condition of the corpse Indicated that life had been ex tinct more than forty Mrs Fannie a professed spiritualist and Miss Florence who were were the who was well known In the northern section of the had been living alone in his home during i BRIEF Because rM against It by the Citizens Trust company ot the Cheshire Uaa and Oil company went o i he hands of a John wife had not ridden on a v train before In fifty years un traveled here from to visit a sick The four yearold daughter ot Lottie Rid ley of Mount Victory fell Into a cis tern and was believed to dead when dragged but she wan re Edward Lu age was drowned In the UGHTWATERPRESSURE HINDERS FIRE FIGHTERS Suffers From Blaze F in the plant of the West Virginia Vev neer and Door company destroyed that factory and the large plant ot the Parkersburg Ice burned twelve damaged the Bam more and Ohio railroad bridge over the Ohio river and for a time threat mse Sandusky river by the capsizing ot ft I nea the entire lower section of the the absence of his who are in the country for the He was seen alive on when he called at a drug store In the hi consequence ot his having failed to make certain visits the police were asked to They forced the door of the house and found the phy sician lying half clothed on acouch In his The police took tlje womjgn to the itatlon where Soult made t statement In which she said that ihe had known Wheat for about jeven years and that since last April she had been treating him by giving what Is known as the magnetic treat On Sunday last she said the physician came to her house and asked tier to come to his home as be feltas though something was going to When she went to his office Wheat was He could not say what he She worked over him until when she got a unlAentl ned age deaf and was killed by a train west of was tattoed on his right fore He was bound for Pa 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 ners and documents may be rented from You the Our vault affords the best protec Come In and see FARMERS A MERCHANTS TRUST AUGUST 15 Saturday Specials jl Any 50c Article in thelStore on Saturday 35c or 3 for ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier When To Eat Is A Question Where To L Is Not Debatable ClIY RESTAURANT Of CAPTAIN BALDWINS AIRSHIP crowd here and the fact that I said I would make the official trial he I would not go After final Inspection by Captain Baldwin Curtlss In the forward end started the motor while members of the signal corps balloon squad held the When Captain Baldwin gave the order to release the craft it shot forward as though the speed required of it were but a Lieutenant Self ridge of the signal corps and Lieu tenant Creecey of the marine corps noted the at which the airship cleared the starting Motor The course was two and onequarter miles to the westward of Fort Myer In the direction of Falls The first mile and a quarter was ap parently covered In fast It was at this point that the wire Run ning the engine with the three re maining Curtlss endeav ored to repair this He received several shocks from the batteries and had to bite oft a piece of cord with which to tie the He was com pelled to let go of the lever with which the planes are controlled and as a re sult the big airship pitched and tossed at a height of 300 at times al most standing on Its Despite the danger he was Curtlss contin ued to work on his motor while Cap tain in his position at the rear of the was unable to be of Just as Captain Baldwin brought the ship around at the turning point and started back to Fort Myer Curtlss got his engine in working order The distance of two and onequarter miles was made In 9 minutes and 50 j When a mile and a eighth from the finishing point the wire containing the coll with the commutator and aa this connected all four cylinders of the motor the engine stopped and a descent was made In a At nineteen minutes after the dirigible again wont aloft and completed its making the last n in four It was greeted with a rousing cheer from the crowd at Fort Curtlss said the two accidents were due the Wires being improperly Wright Machine to Be Wright Is In the shop ot the Wright brothers In this city putting the fJnUhiny touches on the aeroplane that ia to be delivered to the It will be shipped Saturday or Monday and Wright will go on Monday to To an Aasoclated correspondent he eald Six Killed and 18 Injured on French Sclioolship naphtha launch containing Lucas and five other The boat was over the close of the regular baseball season in this country the Cincinnati National league club will play In contracts hav ing been signed for a series of games during November More than a hundred persons are suffering from an epidemic of whooping cough at Perry and in all the adjacent region there are scores of victims to the tarantula caused a panic on a crowded business street It was in a bunch of bananas and ran down a fruit dealers dropping to the People scat tered In all directions until a heavy foot killed Martha daughter of Pure Food Commis sioner James Foust of this was seriously poisoned by eating cold stor age fish at whither she accompanied her father to attend the pure food mowing weeds Harley Rader of McComb ran upon his twoyearold who was lying In the path of the cutter bars of the He was frightfully cut about the face and but he will though maimed for Lev Fan nan is dead from the wounds received on their farm near when husband shot and beat their Low water pressure and the bad condition of the water plugs hampered the The wooden part of the bridge was scorched for several dred the fire having started in a building under part ot the Wires of the railroad and telegraph companies The flre originated in the plant of the Radeker Lumber which was recently purchased from the re ceiver for the West Virginia Veneer Door The according to information received fiom the Inter ests will reach Parkersburg Ice the heav iest places Its loss now at The company has placed heavy orders for Ice with plants In other places to supply the people of the who would otherwise suffer from an Ice her daughter just before he committed sul Turned From Home at dont blame but If we had their son we would hang said the fore man of a gang of Big Four section to Deputy Sheriff Davidson when the latter ejected eightyyearold tin Berry and his feeble wife from their home at The old couple deeded the property to a who was to keep them for He mortgaged It and recently the place was sold at sheriffs Scalp Bounty Fund fund of appioprlated by the legisla ture of 1907 for the payment ot boun ties on scalps of noxloui waa exhausted when 10 per cent was paid on bills aggregating sent In by per sons were killed and eighteen Injured in a gun explosion aboard the gunnery schoolship Couronne oft Les Sallns The accident occurred while a number of recruits were receiving Instructions in handllnga 164mllli meter the breech of which blew Thrse of those wounded are In a desperate According to experts In the accident was due to the decomposition of B to which the disaster to the battleship Jeria In 1907 was at tributed and In which more than 100 lives were The men In the turret at the time of the accident that the gun became over heated owing to the rapidity with which It waa being The shell had hardly been pushed home when it exploded with tremen dous Sheets of flame darted backward from the gun and those standing near by were hurled to the Several of the men were terribly Two were permanently blinded and the limbs of had to be amputated Immediately when they arrived at the All the occu pants of the turret were more or less The hutifls believed she will tor the parole of WUfleld for mer recorder of Athens from the Ohio penitentiary has been Scottrobbed the county treasury of Heihas served two years of a sevenyear term and Is sixtytwo years of Cos tello of Shelby county began Investl gallon of the accident on the Western Mrs Soult has advertised as a for Ohio traction near in which tune teller and medium and Is well four were killed and many known as a The testimony the effect that to as her spiritual the southbound car crew disobeyed At the time th in she was waiting for instructions as to what she would next do in respect to the Miss Beckman was sim ply a who had gone to the house Robbed by Lone driv ing on a mountain road five miles west of the accompanied by his mother and young Charles a plumbing contractor ot this was held up by a lone highway after firing upon the At he compelled Straney to hand over his cash and other after which he jumped Into the buggy and drove Being apprised by telephone ol the Chief of Police Clark went In pursuit of the highwayman and cap tured him at the Buckhorn hotel on the top of the The high wayman was Identified as Charles Par nell of this He is under seven teen years ot ace and of small Wealth a Do you find great wwilth bur den Theres never nny tolling mother and the nirls vest in a touring oar op or a foreign uobloman o form of worrJwoiitAnd Washington whom she refers died about two years A Story They Tell In Japan to trato Occidental The Japanese marry out of esteem and trust to the comiug ot1 love after said a Japuuesu With us when love comes it We have a song that we like to singI want to live to ninetynine you must live to be a so that we may be happy while our hair grows That is she than the love that comes swiftly and as swiftly files away tell In Japan a story Illustrative of this transl ory love of your A they was touring He came to and e found In the Place Fubllque beside he river an old woman selling trin What Is the price of this he taking up an antique ring of liver and Is it for your wife or for your iweetheartV said tho old For my Fifty francss Fifty francs Nonsense1 And the tourist turned angrily Come said the old woman Take it for Youve been lying to You have no Had the ring been for her youd have bought It at once without regard to Its will take the tewist Here are the 10 So the old woman wrapped the rlns Qo to Law Over 26 New Twentysix representing the total estate ot Samuel who committed Is in litigation and Ham the dead mans has applied to Surrogate Noble of county for letters of Timber Flre Under tim ber that has been threatening Sand was placed under control with practically no damage to the Much standing timber to 1 the north has been order8 But you havent a wife either ahe If it had been for he youd have beaten me down to 5 you men I Sharon Man Will Nels gaU Lake the alias Axel who appearance jn this city of Frank llled Charles Samuelson at Chandi Buhl a SaarOn and ers near In February I Oeorge Balrd of news pf atf by chopping him to pieces with i otner great irrigation enterprise be n was taken to New York for came pubuCi involving not far from ortatlon to Swanson was ad800iooo acres of land on the Snake udged river in Idaho and extending 13Whlle atrol from the new un wnen Tint Ing on his farm near White Cottage George Brlmsley a wealthy was almost killed by The ani mal hurled him to the ground and gored him until Brimsleys legs had been broken and he had been badly In ured about the The bull was driven off by farm 1150 miles covering more than 000 acres on the south side of Snake river and will cost n the neigh borhood of Hiitory of x appears tb have been first by an Arabian phy sician living about 000 A It was introduced Into southern Europe In the time of the crusades and spread into the mare northern In 161T It was carried from Spain to San to Domingo aud thence to It is saW to Uaye swept off gath ering huckleberries on the ridge above Youngstown Edward Bates was at tacked by a monster It dropped upon the boys shoulders from the limb of a tree and began wrapping its colls around his Two com panions succeeded In killing The snake was 9 feet 10 inches In eight yearold Nathan Leet Sullivan was rol ler in Oakford directly under tho windows of his he was killed by the dropping of a 200 pound which was used to keep a flre escape in place on an adjoining The wire rope to which the weight was suspended had become rot ten and suddenly gave drouth In this section hit the BerwindWhlte Coal operating manymines in the Somerset a hard blow when lack of water compelled the closing down of mines 35 and Not less than men are thrown out of Company officials state that unless relief comes soon other mines will have to train 36 on the Pennsylvania railroad from Ashtabula to New Castle was wrecked The passengers es caped but three trainmen were in Men on a hand car passed a awiteh and did not have to close U when the passenger train came of the U spread rap Idly all over the ww worioy whole rtllafw trtbefy ImUew were carried by passenger took and ran into a condtwtor and all ol Treating Them All There was only one thing In world of which Eben Ransom oughly approved that was steady I aald the philanthropic spinster who was spending a fortnight at the Hansom do hope that you treat7 all your men alike give them all equal and I flnd a varying If I may nee the so muchtrouble and discontent among laborers In any field of Ransom surveyed her gravely assent Youre right he aald dryly after a moment There is Jwst one rule for the that work for Begin as early and keep t up aa late as theres light to go and youll get your onefifty a the times are unusual when I make i it But I tell yon cant i get aa many to work on equal basis you might i Make a puree of spinach In weythat Is to after having It till tender very one and W It through a coarse wire with salt and stir over the are and add two at butter and j little lake two of tbe spinach and Mr u Bto ovr which have been previously beat and robbed through the to pao with ipale VvSlfc
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