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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING jirew BStABMSHBD 3426 AUGUST an Insane asylum does not necessar y prove that In any other state he would not be legally sane until proved other and until his sanity was passed upon by ft competent commission he I would have every right under the law of a sane and Innocent THAWTOllEr WITHIN MONTH New York Lawyers Say He Can not Be Held BANKRUPTCY A SHREWD IDEA New York ffiust I discharge him on the grounds that he Once Out of Clutches of New York IB illegally State Authorities They Could Not SCHERR INVITED TO HOT SPRINGS of Its effect upon the presidential I palgn is One U that the move jment emphasizes the contention so sirongly made by Bryan In his speech of acceptance asylum has never been tested In this state I believe that Thaws asking for bankruptcy proceedings shows Bound reasoning and Is an Indication of perfect balance of A commitment In this state has no force and once outside Compel From Federal Coyrt Requiring Hla Pres ence at Plttsburg Could Not Be DIs Acrow the River In New Jersey He Would Be Hecti cally a Free Offer Prlie for Best executive committee for the fortysecond na tional encampment has au thorized premiums for the best trie display on the Maumee river by any yacht or launch on Wednesday and 2 and The committee also authorized the i ne coiuiiiiiiov aiow New That Harry of gherldans ride n is Thursday requlte 2oo troops to produce sentatlves Is no longer the organ ot i popular expression and ti i the Bryan argument along this line Case lot National Committee I resented by President Boowtelt NO REPLY TO HH SPEECH publicans high in authority are quietly Will Be Made by Taft Through striving to force a new deal In tne the Newspapers at to Read It Carefully Before Decld IB that the lnfl Whether or Not Any Response against the Bpeaker la Necessary or Advisable wm atrongtnen what Is declared to ha Presented With a Big Stick by a the wanlng confidence among western Thaw will be free within a mofltfc Is the opinion of prominent New York Eugene former dls the trlct said today There is no doubt that once Thaw steps foot outside of New York slate he will be a free U not ac tually can be made BO by a writ of habeas Harry Thaw was not convicted of any He was ac quitted on the ground of Judge believing it to be for the good of the committed Thaw to This commitment la legal only In New If the federal authorities demand Thaws presence at the bankruptcy In PlttBburg those who have Thaw In custody have no other course than to produce The serv ice of a subpoena on either Thaw or the New York authorities would re quire his keepers to turn him over to a United States who would take him to Once across the river and in New Jersey he would be legally and as long as he Is kept out of the state of New York he would have no fear of John a leading lawyer of the criminal said Because Thaw was committed to PRESIDENT HELD UP BY CHARITY RIDERS Toll Taken From Pilgrims Bcundi to Sagamore Hill LUNATIC BEHEADS HIS SON Cleaves Daughters Skull With Ax USESRAZORONHIMSELF Slaughter Executed Wltti Fiend ish Gunning HAS GRAVESTONES PREPARED Erected in Cemetery Awaiting Victims of His Frenzy Tanmay make at some future I before ul speech will be delivered here meet lnBane by religious Dufty from next Friday to a gather state executive sixtjr yeara of attacked and killed committee Mansfield was selected as I w 8Qn and daughter with an ax and UUUiUlitbf fVia wnnnr I LIFE OF FIEND Holding Woman at Buy With Revolver He Her a revolver pointed directly at the fren zied and terrorstricken defy h hr to rescue her Sullivan mcently released from nuilH attacU upon the sevenyear o 0 of Oliver ne uliue occurred at A SHORT Made by an India Chief In Reply Government Old the head chtef of Mllle brought all his W to defend Port Rlpley In Becrctnry of tlie Interior and the gar ernor and legislature of Minnesota promised these Indians that tot thfc act of bravery they should nave special care of the government ILj lulo a room at the plant of Gas a short from the Beckner and rushed to the assistance of the ittlo Drawing a Ben nett held her at declaring that was sent from Washington to ask the Ojlbways to cede their lands and re move 4o ft country north of Leech The agent asked my I t know that I have cam that a Issues an I what they Hot com proml9e to send to the rearjhe for publication In the newspa ent on the acceptance speech of them pers Bryan Is irssTr with their votes the evus going over he would kill her If she entered the Beckner ran back to the telephoned her husband and to the police and hastened back herself with a Bennett made his es cape from the room and hid In the where he was found by the police soon A crowd quickly gathered and cries ot Get a rope were stopped only b i This decision was announced by tno Republican candidate before he had opportunity to read the Bryan Thla which many of This he he wished to do Mr advisers here declare has with great and should ltd lntroduced 1 a new element lino tie 1 edonlt it Is the mostworthless strip of land In the Indians not Dont attempt this Yon will surely come to He called the Indlane In council and eald My red your great lau er has heard how you have been wrong ed He I will send them an hon est He looked In the the east and the west UL the police rushing him with all possl he flaw me he 8ftldi to the hoti ble speed to the which Is strongly egt man whom i send to my red look at meJ winds of fiftyfive years Mown my head and silvered It with Wily Chink Ruse I nnd Inall that time I have ten Chinamen were arraigned before to any yonr United States Commissioner Kellogg charged with having entered this coun try unlawfully from Canada an at was made by the defense to Had friend I ask you to sign ttls Old ShahbahSkong sprang to nla at me The wlnda ing of Virginia B CUUtUllbbCC M t Taft devoted the morning to and gept 6 the date of the mail and to his cbefof of the atate Jud The West Virginia I Harmonot nominee for claying his morning game of lawn who have tennis President Roosevelt was sur A the Independent Campbell of ni uampuo ded by a score of young women can upon whose arrlva It is convention for United States young men on They in expected an understanding will be the chief orators at na tnwhat manner or ques formed the president that they were reached August duced his He said he gtate tlcketa or a8Certaln which of BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE WUB umuo Bhow that all the Celestials had rela of more fifty have lives here The Chinamen arranged oyer my nead and giivered It with themselves In groups of and It but they not blown my was observed that each pair wore bralns neckties of Identically the same pat Tnat councii was national committee wished the raiders success in collect the haU be recOgnlzed by the i The young people are members ot the Oyster Bay riding When appeals were made to all the towns then cut his own throat with a Inflicting severe but not fatal Dufty lived at the home of his Fred He had been on the verge of violent it is for weeks as a result ot religious He had attended a religious meeting and worked hlmself Into a When he arose he was suddenly eeized with a desire to Securing aharpbladed ax he stealthily en and Five other Chinamen ta the room immediately ach group of prisoners andcalmed THE NECK elatlonsUlp to But the author Rmched FuU In B B fine waists Embroidered Linen the snowy Whiteness that only pure Liuen beautifully em broidered regular Nassau county to contribute to the c Bupport of the hospital at the only one in the the riding acad emy members decided to devote a day to tagging everyone they The party rode along the Cove road Hepburn Reports for Representative Hepburn of at the request of Speaker p spend most of his time summer giving per attentlon to the construction of congressional office la here spending a day or two with 6 1 000000000061 Moren and Dooin Corner and Gra R H B tered the bedroom of his son while the lay He crept close to Q bed the wflapon J Hepburn has Just and stopped every carriage and autoreturned fronl Iowa and is in a posl mobile that was When the party Mr flrat hand tnf0r reachod the center of the village there matlon Qn situation in his were some exciting holdups ana tlcularl reference to the money In the form of bank notes conditions brought about by quently was the dealh ol Senator It is ua At R HE 1 K n i son brought It down with terrific force across the neck of the The blow was delivered with such Lelfield and At St 0000005027 7 1 uv 4 21 tremendous force that the head of the Reulbach and victim was severed from the ru8hed from the house and down the waving his bloody Reaching the house at 45 Northwest RHB Lake where hi lea came neckties were to the conclusion that the Identification taanth One of the most peculiar and Inter HeUKklOO t WL Commissioner ordered the eMag evolutlons ln historic fashion to Chinamen Girl of 16 Weds Vet of mar the growth nnd development of the ruff In This ruff began Ita career as Q humble something like a tuck running along age lias caused sensation News of the wedding der You can see It grow In the portraits of royal personages like a great linen flower was nrst learned when the youthful plaited petals from genera bride appeared In a local newspaper office to ask that an announcement of It be The pair were married in The girl gave her age ss The consent of tne girls parents is said to have been to generation During the of Henry it was scarcely more than a budding but wltn Henry It had outgrown Its tucB stage to the extent of reaching up to the earsttnd was beginning to sport luuo p m on which several of the presidents guests were Five Dollar Lingerie very pronounced lingerie lace yoke and numerous lace inser tions through bodice and Assorted lot and White Lingerie Quite elaborate ef fects of fine Laces and Em Other waists numerous styles and prices above and below ones here men lot nice white lawn tuck and em broidery BOGGS NORTH icunj M ttl6 QctlLLl JL The party collected a large sum of derBtood here that former Congress money before the arrival of the a Lacey and GovernorCum I ming wiu evontually be the opposing v candidates for the senatorial When the guests had entered the gov present Colonel Hepburn re ernment automobile to go to Sagaded discussion of the sit more Hill the automobile was held up from Mm a al hy the charity some of whom had added muskets to their Ambassador Charles Francis was the first to hand out his money At New thefront door and Ad HE I the with her moth 1 wasin a rear Proceeding Gir predicted the state riveraft a plurality of va cancies on the Independent Republl JQf foCS CiilllilUO UI1 ford chief of the United States Ucket heuded by Arnold forestry and Ben tne for govern0r have been filled were In the automobile and executlve committee and handed out bills to the The u Darst chine was then allowed to Q Jaokgon counly was named for audi AIIXCYY n er was in a rear Q20020105 12 tnls the murderer 03000000 03 10 1 conneotlng La Mathewson and OP her back to Bell and Pittsburg New York Standing of the fi2 39 CO 40 54 61 Boston 46 To the coal consumers of We the undersigned coal dealers do this day that on and after Au gust all coal orders for less than B tons will be strictly cash with order or on On orders lor 5 tons and time will bo limited to GO days when at expiration of said time settlement must positively be Miller McDonald Greenville Sand Supply Co Greenville Coal Ice J 22U d Si w OR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS 38 Games Boston at 43 44 53 57 61 66 Without a word of warning he swung the ax high in the air and cleft his daughters Dufty fled trough a rear closely pursued by the maniac striking at her with j the The woman succeeded In FOR LABORS VOTES Federation of Labor Joins the Gompers Crusade tllV t J A ing but not before she had Buea labors flrgt offlclal s of Brooklyn at New York at Philadelphia at AMERICAN No games Standing of the 62 61 58 tor and McDougal of Wayne ounty for secretary of Darst on Both Darst is now assistant to the state ax commissioner and Is the nominee or auditor on the Swlsher be ng the only man on both Scherr left Parkersburg in response to a telegram from Arthur re questing his presence at Hot for a conference with William H Taft who is said to be very anxious to 58 have the West Virginia difficulties 49 54 Jt I j 39 to visit various parts of the country 34 and deliver speeches come thick and Games fast on William Jennirtgs Cal at Ifornlas request for a visit again was LoulB at pressed upon him by Charles Edelman of San with the result that the Democratic candidate is giving the matter serious of the day was the presj 1DK i BUtiU ittuui t i f celved a severe gash on the appeai to trades unionists of Mrs Duftys cries finally attracted the attention of who came to her Dufty then walked to the where he drew a razor and slashed his own Several weeks ago Dufty went to the Evergreen cemetery and Purchased a explaining that he wanted it for son and Three days mild Those were the days of such strict sumptuary laws that In or der to wear black gemet yon must royal to wear sable you mnst outrank yourlfvlscount to wear mar ten or velvettrimmings you must be ableto show an Income of over 300 marks a The reign of Mwart VI and Queen Mary merely foeteren the ruff without encouraging It to any greater development But qoeea mma beth seeing In It posalbllltlee for off setting her red hair and tinned It Into In theete teeath century the rnff barst Into fnU Own Men and even tiny and the executive council of the were overshadowed by the Federation of Labor have Isj gtlfl nya of the ruff on all rt ns Even over Germany and Italy U spread Ito white ptntons and held unquestioned sway until It fell with the the The which Is signed by every member of the executive In cluding John reveals a stud led attempt to refrain from mention ing Bryans Neither does the appeal indoree the national Demo cratic DUU aKo he purchased a coffin for He had headstones erected for three Three plain tombstones were AUGUST 15 Saturday Specials Any SOc Article in the Store on Saturday 35c or 3 for ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier Detroit at Boston Cleveland at New Chicago Grain Burnt Cork Mistah Ah bos ah rid dle the statement reads we shall be delighted to have you propound It but hit aint nothln lak dat the two great but The difference put inplace on the lot at his bearing the names Henry Fred Dufty and Zaldalh Democratic party indorses la Woodchopper Must Go prove that a Vermont man Is the greatest wood chopper in the world and that he can split and pile five cords of wood In a Maxwell son of the late Senator Evarts of will bring twenty guests here Evarts has wagered with treasurer of the United and others that Ed the wood can perform the Jack the Tickler Busy burglar who operates in the suburbs of Avalon Bellevue and Ben amuses him to The eeling of outrage i Aue weather in An inciueni UL tuo unj entation to Bryan by several bun1 Waatern Canada a revival of ex dred farmers from Otoe port business today forced the price SI gourd grown in the Pof wheal on the local exchange l cen Tt Is about flve feet in length above the low point of tne BieeDing I decision or me taken for the close was at the best the by nower to ves between oh storekeeper Is Iraprovln an a man sofa pillows a pretty hard nut to what Is the dlffer 1UD tn ence between a storekeeper whose bors demands and pledges itseli to u improving and a man who tt la nut Into l Republican party definitely with the corporate Interests whose octhVcountry and defles the people to help carry them into effect if it is put Into vsr We earnestly ask you to make the power TT u choice which is in accordance with the best Interests of yourself and of all the If the men of labor and our WenoT fall to do their duty they will have to reckon with even worse otu feathers for sofa pillows storekeepera business la plckin other mans boslnese to com ditlons of affairs than now obtain We feel that we need not do more than state the facts here The i nmnber of our contemporaries ap workers and their friends have had to be exerctoed Ixperlence in the last year of what the prectee meaning of the word the party now in power cau do and though usually me called by Other Is the leading which has j being closed Plttsburg 3 yellow 1 $13.50@14.00. 24 Choke When To Eat f Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable UDBANI I67W6 t Mr and painted in large black Bryan although expressing his thanks for the declared that if elected to the presidency the big stick would not be rather relying on his ability to lead people through their love than to control them through their Reese Has Clever laaac Reese of member the financial who has been In attendance at the notification wears a button bearing a pic I ture of picture are the I gave my and below Did you U is asserted that In numerous western where the congres slonal candidates have not yet been a formal pledge elng exacted of Republican candidates to vote against the reelection of Speaker This movement Is said to be particularly strong In Nebraska 1 vorkers 8id fcave HII Pe waul to the his in tbu 4l4jrou i tbe u I open veranda 3he was awakened i Vote to by someone tickling her feet with a the She screamed and the tickler i Balloon Well expression from the ma chlnists employed by the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway 25 full light market Tbe airship carried i Cattle a BlperlmenU Wuh the steering gear to alter I jjg gtabillty were carried out at attitude of 750 The ascension wo8rk wilbe idden by the union Girl of Twelve Kansas R i tui I common to good fat tougn oniy a short was In every cows fresh cowa and spring way successful I nnrhollo u ers 125050 common to i llivVit onn by swallowing carbollo Sheep and market Prime wetherB Capslxln0 Launch Drowns D the T N Onr 8ing the pathetic He Marrted Himself to a Mar Now He8 All at cbnracterletlc of men used to talk of perfldloiw Al It was simply another way of calling us To swank broadlyto make the thing that to not aii the thing that Shall we or shall we knot was the short and witty line en ardent lover dispatched the Mel of his heart where the ot me matter cornea the girl replied shall not Tou may do you Moral Leeaon Good for SquiUipst I I since he quit drinking he bM If s too bad to spoil m Its the Since he he nas quit culls and clipped M Mabel heavy and f tVorWi O Heath aud Receipts 10 double decks Pilme medium Fire Town of Much Candidate of rather be right The Democratic toterpteUtton Hlf PMNTh I Quebec Bridge to Be Rebuilt bowd of has been ftppolnted to re the Quebec whleh col UwleM ftwineqtly happeiw that i worriee a great deal over the calling on anotlter wbo t eare la the leant whether the of the the construction com one grocery a was destroyed by ftre ilaxe ttartea from Taft through an southern plantation   

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