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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                4 AUGUST 17 2 CENTS PER WIFES CORPSE LIESINSTREET That ot Husband In Second Story Bedroom BOTH SLAIN BY THE SAME HAND Mysterious Double Murder at Colum Completely Bafflss the Po Both Shot and Stabbed Through the Found In the Morning by rel Heard During Early Morning Hours But No Attention Was Paid to Neld thirtyfour years and his age were found the former In a room above his groc ery near the weatern corporation and the woman In the street adjoin ing the The mans body lay In He had been shot through the left the bullet leaving his body through the There were two Knife wounds in the The woman had been shot in the The ballet passed through both lungs coming went through the floor of the grocery below the room where her husband was She Is believed to have been shot while in the to have plunged B B tlress goods f suitings the light ones dress j kinds or street styles or Domestic priced for clean and and and and 75c 50 and 75c 45c 15 and j 20c Imported Suitings and Dress to 35c to Taking all lines together there are all Its a Dressy Dress Goods chance eclipsing any like clean up ever made NORTH headtohg through a glass la tfie door and made her way to the street where she fell She also was stabbed in the There were marks on the throat to Indicate that she had been Although neighbors heard a commo tion In the building about 2 oolock In the ttornlng and heard a threat ut tered In womans voice to kill some they did not enter to learn the nature bf the trouble and the tragedy was not disclosed until when the bodies were The police have made one that ot John a who lives with his parents not far from the Neldlander He Is said to have threatened to kill the pair because their dog bit his mother The police say a section of a lad der found his home fits a section of a similar ladder found leaning against the The police are by no means sure that they have solved the as Newklrk and his parents maintain that he was at home all and because the cash drawer of the grocery had been Neldlanders first wife got a divorce after much domestic trouble and he and his second wife did not live CYCLIST IS HURLED 50 FEET AND KILLED Sonny Bridge Victim of Itotor Cycles Tteacheiy Aug the presence of several thousand specta tors at the Clifton cycle stadium Sonny a motor cyclist and for mer lightweight was thrown from the motor cycle which he was testing on the track and Instantly whose home was In Wal had been scheduled to ride a twentymile race with James Before the time for the race Bridge jumped on a machine which had been adjudged defective and be gan circling it to try He had rlddVn four laps at top speed and was slowing down as he approached the grand stand machinetiegahtitf seconil he had lost control of it still at high the machine uhot into one of the supports of the grand Bridge was hurled fifty feet and was dead when picked His neck neck had been broken and his body otherwise badly He was twentythree years OFFICER KILLS CLUBMAN Ctptaln Puts Shots into Unarmed Peter Oonover son of Brigadier General Petof Cono ver fired five bullets from a revolver Into William Annis of New owner and publisher of Burr Mclntoshs Monthly and other on the landing stage of the Bayslde Yacht Flush and whom Captain Halnss jrother had accused of having been mproperly attentive to the captains died In the Flushing hospital a few hours after the A crowd of gayly dressed women and yachts among whom was witnessed the Captain accompanied by his Thornton Jenkins known as an author and amateur walked to the landing itage of the club as Annls and a club member named Harway were dlsem larking from a and at once opened Annls attempted to get Behind but Captain Halns reached under Harways arm and emp tied his revolver upon his Immediately there was commotion on the clubhouse Annls alnted and a dozen yachtsmen rushed to the fleet to the assistance of Before they could get to the side of the wounded the captains whipped out and threatenedto shoot the first man who v This is an affair between these he said with two bullets In his abdo one in the arm and two inhis was hurried to the Captain Halns and neither of whom appeared In any way awaited the arrival of the ollco oa the club float TWO Story of the Climb Told by tN Tourist and thf He was touring the Bernese Qber At the Bear hotel in Grindewald a mountaineer sat In a glass of eer before him and lobnalled mountain extended W vard The ust made an ascent of the la talked like this about It a four hours of Incessant step To the coal consumers of i I 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 belimited 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 fireproof for a low A safe place for your valuable FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST FOR GLAD NEWS Utica Dressed Up for Notifica tion Ceremony TOWN TO MAKE6BAND HOLIDAY Tomorrow Burrows of Michigan and WsPeUow Mem bers on tW Noti fication ContteCWin Perform the Duty by tht Re publican Nlltional Convention at Chicago Candidates Home Town Prepares Great Celebration In His event in the history of UUpabas brought forth decorations so or plans so extensive for day as those for when Congressman James Sherman will officially notified that he has been nominated by the Republicans for wee of vice presl AH this paftjbt the state Will help to celebrate the The fes tivities will begin at 7 when a salute ot nineteen guns will be 1 two hours liter withra IU IUUIU WU LWW parade through ftaa principal as glass and its steep as a wi at this bunch of I spied it on the edge of a dreadful My guide refused me pluck it said It was For his be would not risk his life so But at what with eloquence and an offer of 300 1 persuaded him to coma The advance was awfuL One misstep meant But I se cured the when suddenly the guides foot he fell and began to roll toward the But I thrust my ax firmly Into the ice bracing the rope that bound us man waa And at the same time In the kitchen the guide was giving another version of the ascent In words like these what a customer An other IJke that chap and I give up the From the start he was faint and In wherever any real climbing began we had to carry him like a sack of And mean Re fused us a single penny extra for all our extra Last of he beg ged for the of eldelwelss I wore In my and I vas fool enough to let him have York TftiStATENEWS IN BRIEF harlag been blind tor three months Ger trude age a few hours before her death recovered her sight and rcognlzed all her children at the Anal Workman Investigated the failure of a dynamite blast to explode at Monon When Immediately Over it the blast let go and the Italians right eye was blown Italian sewer pipe workmen threat ened to destroythe office of Contrac tor Sam it Is had not paid them their It is has left the chiefs of police in as many weeks is the record just completed here with the resigna tion of Arthur who held office a little over a He said there were too many mutilat ed body of a man found In Falrmount park has been Identified as Daniel Casey of this The man had end ed his life by slashing arteries In his arms and legs and cutting his a quiet Investigation ten druggists have been ordered to pay the DowAlken saloon tax on charged by the state dairy and food commission that they hate been selling whisky in pint pack from a locomotive caused a fire at Orover a village near which de stroyed nine business places and two The loss was about Half of the business section was burns girl whose combined Weight is five and onequarter are the latest arrivals at the Cedar One of them had a terrific battle for life at whore the tiny mites of humanity first saw the light ot The mother of the Ru dolf is Beaver a Slav employed at a brick works in appeared at the plant dragging by tail live pepper head bad hillside near HaW who waa ignorant of the saakes fatal telng bitten 10 a mya The reptile was iEDROES FLEE rROM ENEMIES Oa Unable to Protect at NEGRO BRUTALLY SLAIN Maddened Mob Guilty of Shocking Cruelty to Those of Unfortunate Race Who Fall Into Their Almost Entire National Guard of III nols Unable to Adequate Pro Towns Appeal for But Colored People Are Told to Rendezvous at Two deaths of Injuries suffered in previous mob the attempted cutting of the flre alarm exoneration of Private Company Hirst Illinois by a court of in quiry for killing of Earl Nelson at Kankakee and the pursuit of a mob by guardsmen were the chief of Sundays developments In the race war in The attempt to cut telephone and Ore alarm wires leading into the city hall was not A policeman saw three men on top of an outbuild ing trying to reach the lines He turned in an alarm to the head quarters of General command Ing a provision and the latter dispatched a wagon load of soldiers to the They arrived before tho trio had done any The wire cutters leaving their M complaints were received from nearby villages and hamlets of the ealstence of threatening condi The most Insistent came from twelve miles The ne groes there had become at the attitude of their white neighbors and troops be Their spokesman waa told that the best plan would be for them to come to Spring field and protection at the arse authorities are a bit worried FISHES Fascination Per of SKNATOR JULIUS Who Will Notify At 11 oclock the notification commit escorted by the Conkling Uncondl tkSnals marching will proceed behinda band of 100 to the home of Sherman pn Genesee The exercises will take place about A platform has been erected at the Sherman where the decorations are Senator Julius Bur rows of the chairman of the notification will address Sherman and the latter will re Secretary of State Ellhu a warm friend of will likewise deliver on as will Mayor Thomas Wheeler of Charles chairman of the citizens reception and Preaidant Stryker of Hamilton During the afternoon at Utica park aprogram will be including a state league baseball game between the Utica and Scranton trotting HT QJJ City AUg Did you ever stop to examine the and pacing a motor orcle planing mill and general store of Hyde on the face of a fish I automobile a balloon ascension f West min Deglldo of Philadelphia shot and instantly killed Benjamin Detoliz and seriously wounded Paaquale father of the murdered and then to escape capture at the hands of an infuriated mob committed sul had ten vehicles and Colonel Santoorfl as many Just as good as said Gen eral When we got the alarm from the city hall t Just ordered iti Shatter cavalry Into the wagon and they were off in no TO Democrats to Make Active Canvass In That Sect campaign to swing tho northwestern states into the Democratic column te outlining by the Democratic national and Chairman Mack Is contemplating a trip to the west to rally the leaders of the party along the Pacific coast toylg4 orous Reports received at Dem ocratic headquarters here the leaders that Montana and other states in the Rocky mountain region form a promising battleground for the John head of the speakers said that he would be prepared to sendwnany well known speakers into the wwtern terri tory to wage a lively campaign ttt every debatable Chairman Mack expects to make his western trip during the latter part of National CommKteeman Martin Wade of Iowa last night left for Buf where he will open the national campaign tonight in New1 Yori state with a speech under the auspices of the national CANDIDATE TAFT TO FISH IN LAKE ERIE To Sprit Week Wild Bass Fishing Club Hot date Taft and party will leave Virginia Hot Springs nextFriday fishing in Lake at the which he will go to Cincinnati 6 toremain until election and Tatt wll the guests of the Mlddie Bans the ters of which is on Middle Bass a short distance out in Lake from The club claims dis sec by in the i tlons f Have No Place to Scores of negroes have left spring either on foot or by trolley the latter class riding as far as their means and then striking across These tramping par Ol ttu Jiliuriuiou uivu wiuiumou i cide by shooting The Ing some from the commu nltles through which they The whites assert that the presence of these negro paupers imposes unnecessary burdens and also argue only the man Lanlng while attending the pubj gnlftieBa anj immoral portions ot the Ushers meeting here said relative Springfleia negroes arei efforts made to get him to withdraw Qne death was recorded today a tlonal shooting is said to be the out growth of a eors Qne was recore oay as a candidate for reelection that ac1 reguit o tne John who qulesence would amount to an waa a Bpecfat0r of the fighting In East mission of charges contained in n1 gprlngfleld jn a hospital from dlctments returned against him at the ejiectB 0 a bullet the Norwalk and that nothing could His death brought the total duce him to quit the Arch bald of the federal court has declined to Interfere with the sentence of death on Michael who was convicted ot murdering a Edward at The case has been appealed through all the state courts and Attorney James Fergu son of PUtaburg came hare to see Judge Arohbald as a last The lawyer failed to convince the Judge that the condemned man had not had a just Oil Keep Your Eyes On This Space For Saturday Specials ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable CITY RESTAURANT Of expression on the face of a fish I do not mean of some notoriously gro tesque but of just any plain sea faring I confess that the fascina tion for me is the same whether I stand in front of some great collection of little monstrosities like that in the Naples aquarium or whether I sit by my dining room window and contem plate the goldfish In my little boyB glass People watch the mon keys at the zoo and remark how hu man they how sly and crafty the old how cute and playful the young But for steady company give me the How restful they are with their as regular as if they were governed by a balance How for not one word of murmured protest or of chat tering fault finding do they inflict upon us How philosophical as they bask in the sun the livelong day or seek the occasional shade of the modest sprig of greens which forms the conventional garnishing of their wa tery abode How easily gratified are their simple tastes Surely with their good their quiet deportment and their stoical bearing goldfish are toe Ideal companions of the mature Monkeys and and may amuse the children by their tricks and but only tht grown man cap appreciate the solid quallttef of the dabs character as written upon hls a running race and athletics by mem 1 bers of the state league I At G oclock Sherman will give a dinner to the notification committee and invited guests at the Yahnundasla golf At band an electrical a fancy drill by the Conkling Unconditional and fire works will add to the scenes of LOOKS LIKE SUICIDE McCoy Believed to Have Thrown Him self Under Mc formerly of age fifty years and twice recorder of Ma honing was instantly killed by a street car Motorman Ho mer Blsby he saw McCoy beside the track in a crouching with bla face burled in his The car was so close that he was unable to stop and McCoy the front which almost severed his The theory oH suicide had been despondent over the death of a friend several months ago and talked of little McCoy boarded here and was a railroad con ductor in the National Malleable Cast ing companys Several years ago be wan twice elected on the Dem ocratic ticket for recorder of Mahon take Kodol whenever you leal yp It to the only to take you wed U then you not be troubled with sour belching CM on the Sold by Harry West Ing wife died five years ago leaving no If you take Kodol In the beginning the bad attacks of Dyspepsia will be but U you allow these Uttle attacks to go unheeded U will take Kodol a longer time to put your stom ach In good condition Get bottle of Kodoi Sold by Har ry Doutt at Ealge twenty miles north of have been destroyed by Equipment and volunteers from the Oil City department saved mil lions of feet of manufactured Returning from the flre the air hose on the relief train parted and the sud den stoppage threw William Gregg and i up to the other victims being Louis who was killed when Lopers restaurant was and Scott an aged who was lynched at Twelfth and Madison Of the wounded Frank Del more and Theodore Scott both of whom were shot through the are not expected to according to the Tlje other seriously in jured all suffering from gun shot are as follows Robert William Les ter Charles John Nor Eugene Will Smith col Robert Oakley Lewis Arthur John Bar Charles Duncan Osale shot In Aged Negro Another victim of race prejudice was an aged William Don igan was a cobbler and respected as a simple and unoffenslve His Fred Johnson from their seat on the steamer over the river Johnson had his shoulder dislocated and collar bone Gregg escaped broken but Internal injuries are WEATHER West Virginia Fair Monday and Tuesday cooler Tuesday or Tueaday Monday somewhat cooler light to fresh south west to northwest WesUrn Pennsylvania Fair day except possibly In ex treme north portion cooltr by night light to fresh Mirth to northwest When the or Kid ney nerves get then these or gans always Dont drug tho Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or That la simply a make shift Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere ShoopB The Restorative IB pre pared expressly for these weak in side nervesStrengthen these build tnew up wjth 8hoop Re or Bee UjoiV julckly help XSold by V tlnction for having aft Presidents Garfiddand ttbKl ley and being the hwtona number of occasions of President s J visit of the Taft at ranged by Charles Lewis of president of the and Represent atlve Warren member of the Taft la fond of fishing and has been induced to believe1 that the change tor a week from the moun tains to the lake will put Just the proper edge on his condition of fitness for the frontporch work he is to do in his native city Arrangements are nearfngfoompte tlon forthe one political event in which Taft is to participate before leaving the rally of Virginia Re next John and of In charge of the bare Informed Taft that the railroad excursion alone will bring Vir Kennedys tasatlve Syrup U especially recommended for It tastea nearly aa good as maple Sold by Harry West shop was within two blocks of the Inthe absence of a patrol a mob set flre to the shop and the venerable negro was compelled by the smoke to run Into the His ap was greeted by a shower of stones and bricks as be staggered un der the fusillade he was seized and histhroat A rope was then run through j the wound and the victim bound to a There be waa found unconscious and all but who dressed the reported that death was a matter of A witness to the firing of the shop turned in an but when the firemen appeared the blaze was The arsenal is crowded with negro refugees from Springfield aivi sur rounding About 200 women and children sought shelter in the building and slept on the Boor or ID Most of these people were Old and but they endured the Sardshlps of their quarters rather than ice the prospect of passing tbe night in their basal with momentary fear of Colonel Sanborn and General commanding theprovisional Increased the mobility of bf tbi aifrlvalof the Sec ond Infantrr from bjr farm of automobiles was discontinued and few patrols ware out street genera Wells Everybody Mlngo Junction citizens have just closed two exciting A score ot men are wearing black eyes as a result of per f sonal Three battles be tween women have taken The only person arrested was a poor wash erwoman and a collection was taken to pay her fine because ot the flatlc art she Even officials ot the village were affected by the scrapping The oil excitement waa respon sible for most of the which from disputes over Bast Pulls In Lang while fishing at Montgom ery along the Perklomen hooked a big which in Its efforts to get away pulled him Into the who could not yelled lust for while he struggled to the big fish from drowning Other tiabermen went to his They pulled the frightened angler out and then with dip net the bass was U was 23 inches in length aad weighed 6ft pounds and was the largest caught la that section this Servrc pog as a dozen firemen and policemen on a fox terrier thinking It waa a Dewey a bad a fox terrier which waa killed bf an dressed the allowing his to tbjdak It was a invited them to a dta Six to Burnss Md ate the poMum wilt ill thf The party enjoyed the altafatf hugely until they leaned waatber WM HAitvcrr AuawiT tDi   

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