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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                r i ft R ESTABLISHED AUGUST 2 CENTS PBR HAINS AND ANNIS WERE FRIENDS Brother of Former is Blamed Mooting fl POLICE COURT After Which tto Handcuffed Are Taken to Bertlllon Op Where They Are Measured Photographed for the Rogues police believe the women were Mrs Halns and The police reo ords ptove that the men were motor Ing for a motorcycle mat arrested the party for speeding Thtf case was postponed In court sev eral times and Is still on the calendar The party Were In Anutss autd tnoblle and the police held Annls In 1100 Annls only had so th police about to lock him up whet Captain Halns stepped forward am handed the prisoner golc thug Obtaining his The names of the two women wereno taken by the police but from the con versation that took place in the sta Uon It was supposed they were the wires of the two r Brother Stirred Up I have also been told by friends o both Captain Halns and Annls that this friendship ceased after a who shot and killed William matfagar on Saturday at the Baysld Yacht Club while his brother Jenkins held at bay a crowd of yachtsmen who sought to preven the was evidence which cam Into the hands of Attorney Darrln bearing upon the motive foi the It was established that Captaii Halns and Annls were on such friendly terms that automo billng as recently as May 21 was disclosed that there were tWA women in the carty and tha B B poned for One At I Intend to have Jen torney Will Ask For Special Grand kins Halns as an accessory be Jury arid Expedite the I fore ani during the fact as I believe he la as guiltyas his It was Ahgusl far more nu iettw to Captain Halns that mide interest than the formal arraignment the latter hurry home frdm the Phll In police court Captain Peter ipplnes and question his wife ing her alleged conduct with An and it Jenkins Halns who prevented anyone from preventing Captain HainS from shooting Another feature of the case1 is the friendship which exists between Annls and Claudia Cap tain Halns called upon Annls on Sunday tand re mained until nearly mid whb witnessed the shooting of her been prostrated since the tragedy land can not be It IB said she has several letters written by Captain Halns to her husband threatening his Dls trict Attorney Darrln tried to secure these letters but owing to the illness of Annls he was unable to obtain When tne Halns brothers were tak en to a polled station at Long Island City they had to wait until a lot of petty been disposed of be fore their case was They were lacked in the pen and when stood onthe bridge hand cuffed father was in the but had no chance to speak to his Have Their Pictures asked for an adjournment of a week and Then handcuffed to were the streets to a linefive blocks away followed by a big Photographers took pictures of and deteo 4yes told the photographers that they usable kmdhrthat JenWn8 make em take all they want give Prices as here them a Theyll get em any Another sacrifice v 1 Dollar Thin Blown three choice styles clear plain no design 65c a Dollar Thin Blown Ice Tea ware j and SO at a sacri Footed JFruit Footed 25cLow it v 25c Sugars and 16c tor f rTbis the r Thin Blown a Finger lota of China single pieces to complete hundred piece sacrifice BOGGS NORTH To the coal consumers of We the undersigned coal dealers dp this day that op and after Au gust all coal orders for less than 5 tons will be strictly cash with order or on On orders for tons and time will be limited o 60 days when at expiration ot said time settlement must positively be Miller McDonald Greenville Sand Supply Greenville Coal Ice Cater prisoners were taken to Brooklyn police a trip of fifteen in a patrol wagon and photographed and measured up for the Bertitloh They showed great Interest in the Bertlllon Flour and Bread Going is going up and bread with accord ing to an interview given out by John president of the Wash burnCrosby Milling in his office In the ot This according to the Minneapolis will bring the price iof a fourteenounce loaf of bread up to six Concerning the ad vance of flour prices Washburn said From present indications it la j safe tb believe that the general range j 6f quotations on all grades will run higher than even last Carried Severed Arm to Oeorge yeara of carrying his left liad befen severedby a staggered up to a policeman md Nagle had attempted to board a freight TAFT AND PLATFORM Nominee SHerman Makes Short Acceptance Speech SfiELOOti RETURNS v I r TION GASH nly Personal Donations Ac jept 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 rent for a low A safe place for your valuable FARMERS A MERCHANTS TRUST PAv New to fund from corpora tions or from officers acting as such are not being accepted at Republican national according to a statement made by Preasurer George Sheldon of the tepublicai national Sheldon aatd that he had returned sev ral such contributions to those who made them in compliance with the fed iral lawof 1807 governing the Sheldonsaid his attention was the provisions of ithe law by an inquiry addressed to himregard ng the He sent to Washlng onfor a copy of the statute and found hat file pro visions are very compre hensive as to any campaign rom or from officers hereof as Thereupon he re urned the contributions In The does not prohibit ontributions from individuals connect d with corporations provided auch ontributions are personal donations o the v Sheldon refused to give the amea ot any of the contributors fferlngs were returned or to tell to what extent the Republican national ampalgn fund has been reduced by the returned FIRES HOT o AT BRYAN American Electorate Are sulted Slo the People nounces Adherence to Protective AaMrtt That Fair Minded Worktngmen Will Not Seek Special Privileges Indorees Atti tude of on Injunction August town of James Republi can vice president of the United today be cause of the to thetown and Its leading The notification ceremonies passed off according program already pub Julius Burrows of chairman of the notification the format ficatlon to which Sherman responded in an appropriate The day opened a vice presi dential cannonade of seventeen guns performed by the After tha morning mealt there were band eon Dispatcher Wac at Costello has filed his reportas to the cause of the collision on the Western Ohio traction in which four per sonswere killed and thirtyfive others The coroner places the re sponsibility for i the accident op dispatcher at All the according to Cor oner shows that McKlnney had ordered the northbound car to stop at a 70 and the south bound car at stop which Is two stops south of Thlsmisuhder staudlng of orders is given as the cauee of the Lunatic Kills Bart a was choked to death in the Insane ward at the state hospl name is linked with that of William tal Inmate of an ad whom I respect and esteem JAMBS certs and Afterthe formal ceremony at noon there were basebal games and In the evening then was feasting and Shermans speech accepting the nomination was as follows Senator Burrowsand Gentlemen of the Notification Committee Your speaking tor the has notified me of my nom inatlon by the Republican national con vention held in Chicago in June as the partys candidate for vice As I chanced to be in Chicago in June I had an inklingof the conventions ac which was confirmed by a warm hearted reception tendered me by my neighbors on the occasion of my home coming on July This official notifi is and the nomination you tender me is accepted with gratitude commensu rate with the great honor conferred accepted witha full appreciation of the obligations which accompany that an honor greater because my every pafRcutar mete out justice to In this readjustment the principle Of protection triust and Word of Advice to The Republican party believes In the Equality of all men before the law be lieves in granting labors every request that does not seek to accord rights to one Man denied to Fair minded labor asks no no and approves the record of the Repub lican party because of that partys I have helped to make partys recordIn the enactment of the eight hour the employers liability the statutes to minimize the hazard of the child labor law for the District of Columbia and other enactments designed especially to im prove the conditions1 of can not hope to better state my position on Injunctions than by a specific Indorse ment of Tafts Cincinnati declara tion on that That indorse ment I I believe In the maintenance of such an the upbuilding of such a navy as will be the guarantee of the protection of American citizens and American interests and an 6men of peace that at every exposed point we may be sofortified that no power on earth may be tempted to mo lest IbelieveIn the restoration ot the American merchant marine and in rendering whatever financial aid may be necessary to accomplish this pur Shall the People Rule Shallthepeoplerule is declared by the Democratic platform and candi dateto be the dversbadowlng Issue now Under It is no Surely the people shall rule surely the people have ruled surely the people dorule No party The party commissioned by the people is simply the Instrument to execute the peoples and from that party which does not obey their expressed or which lacks the wisdom to lead successfully the withdraw their Forhalf a with but twoex the people have commissioned the Republican party to administer the national it because its declared principles ap pealed to their best commis sionedIt because the common sense of American poeple scented in Democratic Ours always has must a government ofthe That party will after March 4 next execute old laws and en act ones as in November It is commissioned by the people That commission will be from an un trammeled American Shame On the party sbame on the can didate who Insultsthe American pec NEWS IN BRIEF owMd a i of about by doetroylng aral buildings Railway son ot Hllas farmer of Win was killed by a train Twin Cambria John Dudok fatally stabbed In a Ogbt over the of a keg ot state of the Ancient Order of Hl was formally opened this Between TOO and 800 dele gates are in Brunswick and Commercial situated In remotely different sections ot the were struct and seriously damaged by Jennie Roberta is dead the result of a mur derous attack made on her at her home Sunday her la held by the police on New tim ers day will be celebrated here the coming Thursday when all were located here before the Civil war and their descendants will make merry at c age and Myrtle Stout age were charged with running a bootlegging shop in an abandoned box car In which thay lived near Clayton age was drowned In the Scioto river after going to the river to see the police drag tor toe body of John age who had masked men between Meadowiands and McQovern held Jack son a and his son taking from the older man tiffany agoldj Parkersburg berti a manemployed pumper at Rock was in stantly killed a Rollins had Iaindown on the track in front of his station and had ecutlve committee of the Democratic pie or declaration that a state committee will meet here today majority of its electorate Is yenaU The todiscuss the fall champaign withfthe RACIAL HATRED SprlRgild Troubles Likely to Burst Out Again FEUD DP MANY YEABS GROWTH Threats Are Made That When Troops Are Withdrawn Mob Will Finish Work ot Driving Colored People Out of of proscribed Race ttlllContlnueerMany Are at Tell Pitiful Tales of Caused by the Cruelty of the pres eat according to old the result racial antago Each year AM seen an augmen tation of the colored tt ia in last two years a thou sand negroes took up their abodti ia the giving the city a colored pop ulation of about They ware getting too bold and said a hotel Pedpte outside tha city cannot realize Just how offen sive this The people Of the state at will discover that ft outr break of ilast was the iult of momentary irritation atempo raryebullition of violence superin duced by The i undercurrent of resentment growing for only pretext and assault on a white woman furnished that The streets are quiet now becaugp the troops are but that is no fca surance that the question is For the most part the people would have liked to aee the matter settled without the the sol The fact that the trouble costing business men thousands ot dol larsdaily loss Of trade does not help Personally I eru9r Deneens stand for the Uon of the negroes is but average workingman little sym pathy with Have Long The tone of this statement U similar that of othara beard by nefepaper joining i highly and who approaches the high office of president exceptionally well equipped to discharge the duties and bear the varied and weighty responsi bilities of that exalted My acceptance could not be made with AUGUST Any or Straw Hat 50c Any or Straw Hat ABC HESSE The Leading Clothier Wh en Where Is A Of said the beauteous yonng when I asked papa If I might go mountain climbing he took my head f of prlnciples adopted But I had my own way of b a Not only am I in and anally the crowd got startflju and oomplete accord with my and yousknow they made me put but I indorse every on a lot of wraps and things that slmI word of the statement made by ply suffocated And about half1 Taft in address of acceptance way up I slipped and fell over a cliff when notified of his nomination as the and broke my neck And when they had lifted and nulled meback on the trail I absolutelydied frpm But before long I was able to go on to the but the time we were almost there 1 collapsed and sat for I could never breathe But they made me pull myself together and in time wo got to the and there it was so cold I froze to death Ooooh And I was I can tell when we came down at and ns soon as they got me home I went to dead from Remember When McGlnuagan became a member of the Chicago police force a delegation of bis friends burst in upon him while he wae at dinner and anted with a handsome night In r honor of popularity and their OQmpleMy bewildered by the new po ye Republican candidate for president It a That speech fully and comprehen eively discusses the issues of this cam paign as presented by the platforms of the two great so that it is ap propriate that my statement should be Those not convinced by the presentation Taft I could not hope to It in conformity with custom that I refer at least briefly to some of the impor tant Issues of the let me say that I am a Iam sufficiently prac tical to value the utility of a fact high er than the beauty of a and I am a protectionist because experience has demonstrated that the application of that principle has lifted us as a na tion to a plane of prosperity above that occupied by any other i especially commend of our platform which promises early revision tariff That pledge be fulfilled in an ndjupt ment basei In every particular upon the brqpd principles of protection for alike for tor or producoia and ptl whej td the then exlvtlng Jie y Jn Altered oondltonft in certain tails ot Lower In General Young had palgn tlon proved ed capacity be continued In power Shall the reins of government be placed in ex perienced or do the people pre fer to tryst their destinies to an ag lylng bonds and also taxes and like An order granting the per mission was Issued by Judge gregatlon of experimental malcontents B the civil war veteran of and whose only claim to a store normal what he thought the probable duration of the stay of his troops the general shook his could put no limit history Is a party name they pilfered T With a record of decades of wise years of offering its ful filled pledges as a guaranty of its promUes for the the Greene haa returned after a trial at living in the soldiers home at s All went well until Pat was ordered to appear before the sur geon for Pat vacci nated once and remembered Sooner can party appeals to the people tnan aubmit he Pat was the tall wlth full confidence In their wisdom est in tne army a riot at a baseball game at Wades this which followed a questionable decision of the Charles the hit Ben a a baseball Hecker Is reported to be of the Lake Shore railroad and members of the machinists union employedin the shops at Collinwodd declare there will not be a strike over differences that lately arose on account of The trouble has been amicably Dog Catcher Smith attempted to pick up an untagged canine twoscore for brandishing knives and attacked He was struck by a stone and knocked A riot call was necessary to quell the for twentyfive years connected with the treasury department at Wash ington and subsequently n the secret service Chinese immigra tion In the west and is dead of He1 was forty five blew the safe in the Merchants South wrecking the office and dining roomand causing conster nation among the guests Two gold at were the only booty but the loss to the ho tel will be When the or Kid ney nerves get theii these gans always Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or simply a make Gut aprescription Druggists everywhere as Shoops The Restorative iared expressly for these weak1 In side Strengthen these build them up with Dn Shoops on help will Just one BRYAN DENIES HE SOLD GUFFEY OUT The exodus of the negroes from Springfield seems to be There are still a few scattered colored families in the tew blocks guarded by i the but they for the most part are children and aged rounger and middle aged are few In Occasionally one may see three or four of the men standing near a burned butall are making preparations to leave SpringQeld as soon as funds are avail The Illinois traction system and various railroads are not bringing col ored people into the but outgoing cars are still crowded with tha I With Kerr Faction most important happening at Fairview to day was the emphatic denial given by Bryan to a story printed Pittsburg saying that he had sold out the Kerr faction of tha Pennsylva nla Democracy in order to accomplish the defeat of Colonel James Out fey for national The price alleged to figure lu the transac tion was as con The charge is said to have been made that Bryan mado but that Kerr and his sup porters had not come forward with the Bryan declared that he had never heard of the offer or agree ment and he suggested that the proper persons to consult were the of the committee on decided the Pennsylvania Bryan would not permit himself to be drawn into a further discussion with James Van president of the Manufacturers who has come out in the addi tional reasons why the business men of the country should not support the Democratic national The deci sion was based on the fact that Van Cleave bad failed to defend his former contentions but Instead had Shifted the discussion to other ques Bryan L Dlllmire age ion of Oteorga Pittsburg insurance was drowned in Conneaut lake while He was stopping at the Mid way hotel with MIsB Emma Haines of Pittsburg and a party of The i body was Brown of hu written a letter to the fair applying for permission to go up in Knabenshues balloon during the state fair He describes himself as eighty years old and that he is the of John Brown ofHarpers Ferry Oil charged with Charles indicted for entering a1 sealed Pennsylvania railroad es caped from the Clarion county The bars of their cell were twisted There is evidence of assistance rom the outside Sheriff Best has offered 150 reward for their Trial Orders Washington trial of Arthur i barged With poeUl cant to to tor the HAHVMT AMOUtf Hairs In the I nad to send my watch downtown to have it cleaned out said an east side barber the other I have to send my watch to the repair shop about once a and there is Absolutely nothing the matter with except that it is fcU I do not understand how hairs can get into the and bind the hands and mix up in the mainspring find every place as do in my I watched vfjntU v pionth as clpeely couMJ W4I I never opened tbV Yetattheendof tberooarthTr   

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