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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED 189 AUGUST CENTS PER SPRINGFIELD MOB HOWLS FOR BLOOD Started by Negro Assaults on White Women NATIONAL GUARD GALLED OUT Negro Prisoners Spirited Away Through Clever Which Only Mob the Sup plemented by Soldiers Unable to Preserve of Inno cent Negro Residents Prohibition Candidate for President Struck by detach t n ironiuiuon canuiaaie lor UIB ments ot militia Troop D First Qf Unlted cavalry Company Fifth e turned to take his tMtVl a MISTROLLSAWAY FORIRAJUANKEY Famous Singing Evangelists Labors Are Ended WAS ASSOCIATED WITH MOODY Although Totally Blind for the Last Five He Has Kept on Writing Hymns That Have Made His Name Famous Throughout When the Mists Have Rolled Away and The Ninety and Nine His Greatest Works Mourned Moodys New known as an evangelist throughout the Christian is dead at his home in Sankey was slxty and galling gun section of the from a Daok eight years For the lost five years with the flre department and fire and deputies rusiied the negro pris oners into the hurried them through the flagged a train and took the prisoners to jail at Bloom1 Last night the mob grew thousands and fully more sons surged through the streets near At 8 oclock Troop D charged down the street clearing the A volley of bricks came from the John Brownwell and Harry White were among the soldiers While the entire police sher iffs force and mllltla were endeavor ing to quell the mob at the jail hun dreds crowded around the restaurant of The crowd had heard that the negro prisoners had been taken out of the city In Lohers auto mobile and for this bricks were hurled through the plate glass elec tric signs were shattered and the large automobile was torn to The crowd Police were Crowds then rushed through the pub lic shouting Nigger at every negro they Chafln Hit With a On the courthouse square Bugene Prohibition candidate for the the were unable to quell a mob that rushed about the threat ening an assault upon the county hurling bricks at the mllltla and po lice and shouting Lynch the niggers The riot was precipitated by an other criminal assault by a negro who crept into the home of Karl Hal dragged her from her bed into the where he assaulted her and left her A negro named George Richardson was arrested and taken to the home ot who said she believed he was her as In a cell next to Richardson was Joe a who a few weeks ago entered the home of Clergy Bal lard and attempted to assault his eighteenyearold daughter and In a fight with the girls father stabbed him to Sheriffs Ruse When the mob becaue menacing the sheriff called an Just a few moments before that time he had the flre department make a run to within a block of the The crowd rushed to the scene of the Dratendoi August B B all linen initial lOc or fine Linen neat gether superior Handker better than you usually get for the lOc a so close to cost the price is the whether you buy one or but to know what genuine Hand kerchief merit at a small price see these at Handkerchiefs at this store are a and various kinds from inexpen sive school ten for to many Dollars showing Handkerchiefs 5c to BOQ3S NORTH ers thought he was preparing to draw a gun and someone hurled a which struck It was a glancing i brought on by But almost he had been blind and had suffered from a complication of diseases blow and did little injury but broke up the Three whom the crowd at tacked and gave a severe took refuge In the sheriffs Three men of the galling gun section were wounded by the They were taken care of in the sheriffs A cordon of troops surrounds the 1 A committee of relatives of Hal lam was taken through Jail by Sheriff Werner prove that the negroes were not The riot grow more violent toward midnight and Louis Johnson was shot through the neck at Lohers restau rant and instantly A boy named Mlllen was shot through the Three more soldiers were Injured by thrown to the very last he worked at hymn His tours throughout this country and Europe with Dwlght the brought him into wide it might be wrote the Gospel hymns of the In In al most every language known to Sankeys hymns are He re Negro New Car a veteran member of the local police was cut to death by a negro cook on a train of the Louis ville and Nashville railroad In their depot Becoming engaged in a the negro was placed under ar rest by Patrolman but the officers hand had hardly been placed on his shoulder when he seized a carv ing knife and drove it Into the patrol mans The negro Car roll fired two shots as he dis appeared in another car and then fell dead on the The negro was captured later after being fatally wounded by officers in Leaking Gas Kills New men were killed and nearly a dozen others were overcome In a manhole of the Empire City Subway company by gas from a leaking The dead men are Michael Muldoon and Peter employes of the Await Interesting is announced here that an Interesting event is expected in the Dutch royal Queen Wllhelmina is now stay ing at the royal Het 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 5 tons will be strictly cash with order or on On orders for 5 tons and time will be limited to 60 days when at expiration of said time settlement must positively be Miller McDonald Greenville Sand Supply Greenville Coal Ice OR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS we have a place In the bank for private letter writing or other business This room is for your free Our Modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our flreproof rent for a low A safe place for your valuable FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST BIG BALLOON BLOWS UP Careless Bystander Causes Tragedy Lighting a The Franco British exhibition Pounds were rocked as by an and hundreds of windows were broken by the explo sion of the huge balloon of Captain an American aeronaut who has been giving aerial performances at the Two were killed by the explosion and a dozen frightfully burned in the mass of flames that gulfed the crowd when the big gas bag Miss age secretary to Captain was one of the per sons The other persons a and some of those who sus tained Injuries were also employed by Captain Captain Lovelace Is himself In a dangerous due to his Inju grief and the excitement attend ing his personal supervision of the work of The balloon was being Inflated pre paratory to a sail and a great crowd was watchlvig the When the huge bag was nearly filled a bystand er lighted a match In violation of warnings conspicuously posted near the Instantly there was an explosion that made the earth The bag was rent asunder and a wall of flame enveloped scores that were standing closest to the COOrTwiJLDS CLEAVER But Wounded Employer Shoots With Deadly Bast IRA celved a large Income from his publi cations and leaves considerable of an Among Sankeys moat fa miliar compositions are The Ninety and Nine and When the Mists Have Rolled said to have a circulation of more than He was a rapid composer and wrote book after book of Gospel During the last five or six years of his life he was interested in preparing and publishing the story of the Gospel At the same time he saved his wonderful voice for posterity by sing ing into The records were sent all over the Sankey first met Moody at a convention in Moody was so charmed with the young mans voice that he urged him to accom pany him on his evangelistic Sankey explained that he was married and could not give up his You must said I can not get along without Sankey consulted his wife and they cast In their lot with They visited Great Britain from 1873 to 1876 and again In 1883 made many tours throughout the United Mourned for When Moody died Sankey felt keenly the loss of his From that time he tried to conduct the work alone which they had hitherto hie which said to have started when De thirtyfive years head cook of the Transit was asked to hurry the resulted in the fatal shooting of De John by James proprietor of the ho The shooting followed a In which Sheehans was laid open by De who used a meat cleaver as a About noon wife of the hotel is sfcld to have gone to the ktichen and asked De John to hurry the The Sheehan replied with an insult ing remark and she told her Sheehan went to the kitchen to rebuke De who picked up a cleaver and struck his employer in the it Is With the blood streaming from his Sheehan ran from the hotel with the cook at his Darting into a nearby saloon Sheehan got a When John appeared Sheehan opened three bullets tak ing De John died on the way to a Sheehan is under Former Ohloan Shoots His qiay will happen on The fore going statement is the substance of a note written by Louis Ryan of who thrice wounded his bride at and then turned the revolver on himself and In flicted a probably fatal wound In the The note was found In Ryans pocket following the Ryan was shot twice in the left arm and once in the but it is be lieved that she will Before their marriage the principals In the tragedy lived In She was Miss Minta PRINTERS FIGHT SHY OF POLITICS Convention Turns Down Bryan Resolution IS WITHDRAWN BEFORE VOTE To Forestall Its Defeat President Lynch Requests Its Democratic National Committee Urges Formation of Bryan and Kern Club In Every Voting Precinct In the United quarters In Chicago Roady for Hayward In Charge resolution that the International Typographical unfen Indorse the national Democratic plat form and presented at the fiftyfourth annual convention Of th union In this developed a keen and spirited The resolution was finally withdrawn by request of the who suggested that its withdrawal would be preferable to having it since a defeat would put the union on record as hav ing thrown down The resolution was Introdueed by Delegate Henry Went of As soon as It was placed before the convention a vigorous and deter mined argument One delegate declared that the union rules prevent ed the discussion of but Presi dent Lynch ruled that the resolution could be An appeal was taken but the chair was Delegate Berry of Chicago declared that the Democrats presented the best platform of the year for trade union ists and advised all the labor men to work Individually for the Democratic Victor Berger of Milwaukee asked the difference between the Dem ocratic and Republican declar ing one was as bad as the call for the organization of Democratic clubs In every voting precinct in the United States to aid in Bryans campaign has been Issued by the Democratic na tional it is informed Chairman Mack and other members of the committee that he believed that the Democratic cause would derive Its greatest Impetus from the formation of these clubs through out the The appeal for club organization was signed by Chairman Mack atiiTJohri head of the committee on club Asserting that the Republican party Intends to rely on favorseeking Inter the call for the club organisation says AUGUST 15 Saturday Specials Any 50c Article in the Store on Saturday 35c or 3 for ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier tion compelled him to give up most of his evangelical engagements although he continued for some time to compile new series of hymn Then came falling which speedily de veloped into total With the blindness came also a nervous break After his retirement from public life the impression became general throughout the country that he was lived in Brooklyn for DARING MISS PECK CLIMBS FEET Scales Highest Peak in the Western Hemisphere Annie Peck of the moun the afternoon her arrival at an alti tude of feet on Mount Huas the summit of which is covered with perpetual The energy dis played by Miss Peck in scaling this mountain has brought forth expres sions of astonishment from the natives She is accompanied by two trained Alpine Miss Peck left New York two months ago to make another attempt to reach the summit of Mount Huas NEWS IN BBI6F of who was finned In the foot Ly a Is dying of blood iie yisbteen pulled a kettle oi ng elderberry jelly over on and was fatally Lewis aga was fMUfr In and Charles Burns was seriously by an avalanche of slate In the toast Peoples Banking company of Saline vllle Uas lied a deed of assignment In the probate naming Charles Smith as Mount 8allle age is dead She is survived by 11 86 61 greatgrandchil dren and 1 Hocking Valley and ths Ohio Central railroads today extended the time limit of sell Ing tickets to the national encamp ment of the from 31 to driving a fractious horse Fred Lambing was thrown against a barbedwire fence and his throat was It required seventeen stitches to close the He will Ing to fill a lighted gasoline lamp at Samuel age an was perhaps la tally burned by the He has a family in you receive this letter I will be sound asleep in Lake was the message received by John Weiss from Bert Shipley from It contained fS he owed to Crased with Stephen age twenty probably fatally shot Marie Pet eighteen years his bride of seven at their home here and then committed carry ing a ladle filled with molten Iron at the East Hamilton foundry Robert 811 a slipped and the fiery liquid ran In a stream down his His condition is pronounced After eluding arrest for nearly two months James Alllttio of New was arrested here charged with He is said to have stabbed her to death at their home and to have fought off the August a on the Sidewalk In Market Daniel a young stabbed and killed his uncle Daniel The weapon en tered the elder mans neck and he died The police arrested young All irrespective Thompson of who stand for the rule of the i people and are against the corrupt or When George a constable of undue Influence of money In elections Roane started to serve a legal and to that end favor publicity of the process upon David his neigh larger campaign contributions before the latter attempted to run him the as demanded by the Demoff the place with a Griffin ocratic are urged to drew a revolver and fired three shots When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Debatable twentyseven years and It was there which she believed to be tne highest peak in the western hemi On an earlier trial she was compelled to give up the attempt after reaching a height of owing to the cowardice of her By reaching an altitude of feet Miss Peck has ascended higher than any man or woman in the The pre vious record was held by Gra who reached a height of feet in the that most of his songs were He was a singer from boyhood and his voice attracted attention in the hamlet of where he was born At the begin ning of his active life Sankey was a but for the last seven years he had been a He is survived by a Fannie bis two Allen Sankey and Edward and two grand Government Will Intervene In August Is said that the Dominion through the railway will Intervene In the strike now on In all the mechanical trades on the Canadian Pacific The prospects are fair for an amicable settlement of all differences between the company and the It is Governor Guild Operated closely his recovery from a protracted Illness which nearly proved Governor Curtis was operated upon or appendicitis at the CharlosgatA The operation was pro nounced successful by the Burgeons and the governors condition U ui4 to ize themselves immediately inte cam paign olubs for the AH organizations in sympathy are expected to assist actively in this The chairman of the Democratic state committee in each state is re quested to have each county and pre cinct commltteeman organize a cam paign club In each precinct on or be fore the 15th day September and to call meetings immediately for that All existing organizations should meot at once and appoint cam paign The Chicago headquarters of the He Into killing him Brie the result of a fast Plttsburg and Brie freight en gine crashing into a carriage in which they were the eleven monthsold child of and Dan iel was Instantly killed and Zlmmer and her three Ida and were seriously bones of a portion of a human skeleton repre sentative of a gigantic prehistoric race were found in Blanchard township i when workmen wore making excava publican national committee will be nortlona furnished completely and made ready for the formal opening tlons for a The first portions JAILER IS MED IN HiS OWN JAIL Charged With Having Aided thi Escape of a Prisoner night Deputy Sheriff Rice visited the Ohio county jail in this city and served a warrant of arrest upon Jailer Wil liam charging him with aiding anil abetting In the escape of a McGannon was taken before Justice of the Peace Hobbs and in default of ball was cbm mitted to the jail over which he has It Is expected that he will be able to furnish bail The arrest of McOannon has created a great He is well known in the trlBtate section and for years has been prominent on the harness turf as trainer and The arrest fol lowed a confession made to Prosecut ing Attorney Schuck by an alleged ac complice of William Pick Plckett in was finishing a fivemonths term on a minor charge and had thirty days to serve when he was approached by so he who handed him the jail keys and told him to re lease another Ross who was in the county jail pending transportation to the state peniten tiary to serve years Pickett declares that be did as tak ing Murphy out through the residence section of the which was occupied byMcOannon THEY WENT TO A Bit of Strategy That Won For the When Bishop Wilmer was rector of tlio little Protestant Uptscopal church ut said a Virginia he was niucu worried by the nouutteiidnuce at service ou Sundays of the majority of young men of the On inquiry he found that instead of going to church they were In the habit of plnylng for Marblos In those It must be was a much more serious game than It Is oc cupying much the same position In the realm of sports as do billiards and pool in these Bishop then a parson not well determined to break up this He himself had been an expert marble player In his Accordingly one Saturday he came across a number of the young men en gaged in a The good bishop asked several questions and finally challenged the lot to play him for They readily Much to their the young minister won and soon they had to go to the stores to replen ish their Toward the close of the afternoon Wllmer had won every marble in the town of Upper Putting his winnings in a he remarked as he walked since you cant play mar bles tomorrow I hope to see you all at And he York THE IVORY Begin When He Has to Get Ivory Out of the First catch your then get It you A mans troubles have barely begun when the tusks of the fallen monsters are chopped wrapped in sacking and taken back to Each weighs CO or even 100 I have seen specimens that are on record as tipping the scales at 250 Suppose I have got to gether worth of fine I am perhaps a thousand miles from Take you n you oe you nee l whenever That U take Rod feel that time trouVled vltb BOUT BtOl gas on the Found Dead In Elsie age wife of Attorney Chester Wallace of this was found dead In the bath room of her home from drinking wood The coroner pronounced It a case of Attorney Wallace had been detained downtown on business the night before ami when he went home in the morning found her It IB alid becama meluncholy from being left Law Avenges ColunOju Hawkins was hanged for ih murder of Hflv kins was tba selfponfesised of Albert Columbus who was killed oil while mutiny t A POETS Strtnuoui Efforts to From Getting mention Brownings idea that starvation was the cure for all the ills of the flesbhls at any says a Browning was not the only poet with peculiar views on the One of Byrons chief fears was that of becoming and to avoid it he often resorted to extraor dinary systems of At Athens he lived mainly on rice and vinegar and Later he contlned himself to six biscuits n day and In 1810 ho had so restricted bis diet that he was obliged to keep down hunser by chew ing mastic and Don Juan was written on gin and It has been pointed was one of those foredoomed by their con stitutions to fatness In middle whether they eat niucb or and bis victory over nature in this respect he succeeded In reducing himself by these violent has been quoted as one of the most remarkable achievements of tua human con sidering all the It must bare oeen bitter to him to see such a man as Beau who ate and drunk freely und took no re taining without an effort all the ele gance of Uguro that was bis greatest gift No wonder Byrons was the po etry of London When the or ifld ney nerves get then these or gans always Dotft drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or That Is simply a make Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Snoops The Restorative is pre pared exprewrty for these weak to found were parts of the skull and anywhere with this load of or lower The teeth are in excellent There are no wheeled even no draft anl rinrkabnnr W Va Aue IS mals Tha stuff must be carried across the wild of Africa on the backs of na tive who think nothing of drop ping their loads deserting If tbj fancy happens to seize The worst of the hunting la nothing to West Fork Glass company has re marking the beginning of a years activity In the glass Within a week every plant in this city will be in employing It is expected that every glass such a homeward march may I have had my men shot down wln be in op by hostile tribes from ambush with 1 poisoned I have seen them die in agony from the bites of noxious In I have been attacked by bands of who knew the value of Ivory as well as I did and who tried to help themselves to eration by chief of the savings depart ment in the First National bonk of this was arrested on a charge of embezzling of the banks The fact that he managed to purchase and maintain an automobile OB a sal ary ot a year excited the suspi cions of the bank thir teenth tooth which Samuel age had drawn by a dentist proved his although be had en tered the office for the purpose of hav ing fourteen molars taken from his The operation of removing the teeth was about concluded when he collapsed and died in the South ing In a local hospital in an uncon scious and critical condition is Oharloa an amateur Wil son walked boldly Into a saloon and In a loud tone offered to fight any man In the Up stepped a much smal ler man and with one punch Wilson sailed off to the land of His skull la bellsved to be side Strengthen these build thenj with SUoop8 Ke orJllquldwwad see pepata will be Upw quickly help wilj Sold by It you take the bad attacks of but If you flwat Utttel Starry attacks to unhee led tt r Kodol ft Mb in good owdWoi Kodol tfs WEATHER West Western Pennsylva Saturday and somewhat cooler variable clouaInMe day showers pooler In tr night and probably on Sunday light to fresh nerth te northeast The Too Fat being wretched are always sold oft by The early Romans banished all use less including the fat In this In his Art of Keep ever slender and for the fat have no success with The Gentoo tribe enter their hoosea by a hole In the roof of a certalntire they who grow too bulky to enter by this hole are alaln aft useless and In England it was once the law to put the fat to fatt gluttonta and consumers of vttaUW more nor was necessary to the tation of were d flret com mandtt to swolly their tout of drink they and tairafter wait droualt In ane Orleans oent The gown dwt Ttw The gnat Phoenician alpbatMti of every form l witttnt of tbe wfiptt of AnUa M4 India M   

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