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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED 2 CEKT8 PffiR TO DEFEAT HUFF HOPE OF DEMS Inspired by Conference Held at Harrlsburg by the candidates and their friends it was decided to make strong contests f6r members of congress in every dis trict where is hope of carrying It for the Democratic Es pecially was the Twentieth district York and Adams with this end In and from the re port of the Democratic Who Was It would seem that this district was removed from the doubtful column and would surely go Democratic this PromUIng Reports froto the Twelfth DIMELIN6 REVEALS HIS PLANS SehuylklU countyand from Robert uimcuno mo iuim the Democratic I cate the tatters election and the state State Chairman Will Made in Hope of Sending to From The Nineteenth composed Of Blair and Cambria coun to Hotly Contested Are Is also considered excellent fight m ing Humphrey Tate wllr the commaml the enttre vqtc of Wg party Nineteenth and and many A strong ef a Lively fort will be made by the Democratic organization to assist him to t JI VUU tended conference ofthe nine division w the comprising the the Fifteenth comp6sed of It Is counted as certain that candidate In state executive held here Chairman Dimellng and the state campaign was Several congress were present arid others communicated by letter and The plans made call for a canvass In the national Regarding the meeting Chairman Dimellug made this statement Plans were formulated for com pleting the Democratic organization in every county in the A number of candidates for congress were pres ent in person and by and after1 statements had been made Auffuat B Si B new suits Early Autumn stylet lor Suits to Suits from many sources and many styles from Modified Sheath and Directoire effects to the handsomest most strictly Tailored Models ever in the One feature predominates all the fancier lavish use of effects of striking appearance and other perfectly braided Coats are to 40 inches cutaway with deep slashed sides and gored and pleated the coats braid and button fancy bias bands are much in Fabrics are Broad and fancy weaves of almost endless New New Black plain shades and combinations The Showing Early Autumn Suits demonstrates with greater force than ever our ability to provide handsome Suits for little money remarkable surpassing any ever shown and BOGGS NORTH Potter and Tloga and the present who defeated Ellas Deemer two years will with an increased ma lorltyand that the same hope is en tertained aa to the Fourteenth district Wayne and Wyoming the present is tha Demo cratic candidate for AfUrHuffe In the Twenty second district Butler and Westmoreland the Democratic Silas la receiving support on every and the indications point to a large vote being polled by him against the present Republican George The chances of Kltnoa election are very hopeful and the state committee believes this is a district In which a fight can be made to bring about the defeat Of In addition to the work that is now engaging the attention of the state committee in connection with the elec tion of so aa to increase the representation from it is the purpose1 of the state commit tee to increase the effectiveness of the organizations In each of the sixty seven counties of the so that a vote larger than has been polled at any time heretofore for a presidential candidate will be polled for Bryan and the local Arrangements are being com pleted for meetings and the distribu tion of and It is the hope of the state ctmmittee that should ar rangementslie made by the national committee for a speaking campaign for Bryan in the east some time will be given by him in aa it ia his presence here will materially contribute to the election of members of congress In many of the doubtful Cored Hay Fever and Summer writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with my I had many oft he symp toms of hay and a doctorspre scription did not reachmy and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate Fortunately I inslted upon having Foleys Honey and It quickly cured My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the sami Sold by Bessemer TRUSTAtE NEWS IN BRIEF age of was jllled by a Lakeflhore train Great West ern employing 300 re sumed after a shutdown of one bolt of lightning from a clear sky killed thirtytwo sheep in one flock on the Farm of Michael Schell age fourteen died of Injuries received when ha stepped in front of a Albert age fell under a freight train on the Erie railroad and had one of his legs cut His home ia In body found along the of the Loramle river has been identified as that of Alex He had been missing three While her mother was busy washing the elghteenmonthsold daughter of William Into a tub of water and children of Lena Jenkins have died within twentyone As negligence on the of the mother has beenru the authorities will Aug afraid of a said age after she had dis patched a huge copperhead which she encountered in her garden near Mur age was caught be tween the wheels of a lumber wflagon and a revolving hand wheel of a saw mill near Mamont and Instantly His home is at Washington Over come by George Keenon of In dependence was drowned In an old wejl on his The tragedy was witnessed by victims fifteen yearold son his Wylie William a po liceman who was bringing him to this city from Cedar Point by Jumping from a ferryboat Into the Rela tives have been dragging for the believing Link drowned club of Canada has tertational i balloonrace to be field the King a craft of cubic which will be pi loted by Lieutenant Bennett of nal servce and a famous age and William age while digging a well near Hopklnsvllle were overcome by fdul causing the death of Leonard first entered the well and Mc Gee went to his Leonard Is Youngstown has extended the city street par fran chlsea thirteen years for universal transfers and twentyfive tickets for The present franchises run twelve Fares now are twentytwo for except on one where twenty seven tickets are CHAFINRAPS OLCEH PARTIES in Speech Accepting Prohibition Nomination SCANLON BREAKS THE NEWS Plttaburger Notification Speech at Chicago and He Also by Vigorous at and Both That Prohibition la his brotherln Ovarwhelmlng laeue of jaW and John Old Parties Accused of Halting Falae a was In trying to land and common sense of the moral citi zenship haye pronounced sentence of death Upon theliquor traffic and the only thing that stays Us execution is the protective care of these two old political kept alive by blind political party BIG FISH CAUSES DEATH OF ANGLER Cincinnati Physician Drowned in tupper lake Tupper to Mislead Music hall last evening In the presence of a large and enthusiastic Eugene Chafln of Chicago accepted the nomin NEXT TO HEAR NEWS ation for the presid hibltlon The1 ddress notifying Chafln of his sele Jtion as the head of the Prohibition ticket was made by Charles Scanloi behalf of the comm tlon appointed by the tion In Leading In and fther states at Seated on thb platform were cy by the Pro of Pittsburg on tee notlfica national conven the party from th OR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS writing or other business a large pickerel the boat was cap I Elchberg could not swim and sank Kuhn held on to the The guide dived twice and got hold of the xbut was forced to let go to save Elchberg Is a prominent Cincinnati physician and was a guest of a who la also from who owni a fine Big body of Elchberg was not His widow and who are at the are Again Santa Andrewa ban been nominated for re election to congress by the territorial Republican Fulmer of Morgantown has been ap pointed by Federal Judge Dayton re ceiver for the JaneLew Coal and Coke company of JaneLew upon applica tion of Sarah Barnes of Pennsyl claims the company owes her Before Judge Lynch here and others made appli cation for an injunction to restrain the further mining of coal on the prop claiming theyhave a lien on It amounting to Judge Lynch neerred his decision In this Will Be Notified at on Ncixt uoti flea tlon next Tuesday of Democratic nominee vice are exorcises will take place at the on the state fair Lh will Beat Taggart of the Democratic will call the meet to order at and will the gavel to Norman Vaairman of the national After music and the invocation Theo dore Bell of chairman of the notification will de liver the notification speech and Kern will deliver his speech of accept William the presiden tial will speak on Bryan and Mack will be guests of Kern M his The members of the notification committee will be accommodated at The only street demonstration will be the ride In automobiles to and from the fairgrounds by the speakers and mem bers of the Arrangements are being made to decorate the city and to accommodate a great Commoner Campaign than has been turned into the Dem ocratic national campaign fund to date by William Bryanspolltlcal paper as proceeds of aubscrtptlons sent in directly to it by and This amount does not include any personal contributions by Bryan or from the pub lication of the paper oTer and above the running which the can didate for president has promised to give to the national The Bryan newspaper will be made after a balance sheet has been made up showing how much the of the business This statement for July will shortly be BOBS MUDHOOK DOWN FOR GOOD Admiral Evans Reaches Age of Retirement BIRTHDAY NOTABLE OCCASION NATURES UTTLE A Endowed With Movable He With Handiome Lov ing Cup and Made the Subject of Congratulatory and From Presi dent Dlitlngulthed Per and Former low at Hotel Arrange Elabo rate Celebration of Lake rom grim warships and the where he spent nearly half a century In the s service of his Rear Admiral tobley Evans of the United who is at this quiet mountain reached the age limit of sixty two years and pasaed from of the countrys active where fourteen peace confer ences have sending forth o the world appeals that be laid one of the worlds great est naval commanders laid probably never again to them up In the defense of the he has served so His has been the longest but two short of halt a of any man who has reached the office of rear ad1 mlral In the United States All through the day the hotel thronged with admirers of Fighting as his boats of friends delight to call eager to congratulate him on his sixtysecond birthday and tb f ll EUGENE the national executive chairmen of the various state commit the committee on notificationand Chairman Jones of the national com mittee called the meeting to Order anil announced the of Samuel president of Albion college at as chairman of the gath Mr Dickiedelivered a brief address and then Introduced Scan He was greeted with applause as he began his notifying address and throughout his speech was Interrupted nature makes the smallest This is a species of found in tropical which has a The part of the fish under the water looks a tangled whilethe sail Is a tough Bhaped like a shell and measuring quite Itailana KMIed In Odd Two Italians were killed and flve Injured by the blowing out of a cylinder head on a locomotive drawing an express train near a The accldenl occurred at a point where a gang of laborers were at work on the road The men were standing along the trucks waiting forvthe train td and were blown over like tenpins Autonio Rogo so injured that he and the others were scaldad am the train running a the rate of fifty miles an Joker Killed He Bo more age was shot and Instant The fish can or lower this Bail at Wise sailors let this curiosity of na ture each of the threads ly killed bV Pttui thirty a due to the failure o Jessup to appreciate Balouies concep tion of a At a family gatherlnr wish him many more happy and ful Teiegrama by the scorft reached him from all parts of all expressing felicitation ani anectlon the man who done so much to build up the American Many of tbe messages brought delighted smiles to the admirals while others brought Just a suspicion of moisture to his The in particular which caused manytwallep oainefrom tu 4 J i ire m t of some In reply to a frlehdj whoa admiral on fl ond f f Fit aa a I havent got a thing to do but The steamer by vociferous Hatfleld struck a rock in the Ohio river twelve miles above here and Issue Never in You are not said Scan The Hatfleld was owned by the turning to who occu Hutfleld Coal company of Cincinnati pied a seat on the to lead a and In the coal trade beforlorn The final issue of this tween the Great Kanawha river and struggle is not now and never has The boat waa valued at been in The I cated by the Prohibition party are as fox ter rler saved the home of Howard Dlghts Q from The dog slept In Its masters tered the room the and the thieves made for the window certain to prevail as time ia to con Scanlon mentioned other things en beside the llQuor traffic which demand When robbers en these other the Prohibition tng sald grabbed one of them by the leaving part of his clothing platform which Is conservative and constructive and It contains everything of value in all of AUGUST Saturday Specials Any or Straw Hat 50c Any 00 or 50 Straw Hat ABE The Leading Clothier Charles others without their evasive tech Dick will not attend the state false paign opening at he hav spphutries and Ing declined Chairman Wllllamss In1 Scanlon concluded amid a burst vitatlon because of the encampment Of When it had subsided he at Indianapolis the week of 3 of handed an elaborately en the Ohio troopa of which he is comj grossed copy of the Prohibition party He writes the state chairman platform signed by the chairman of that he will assist In the campaign the national When To Eat Is A Question To pat Is Not Debatable composing its body the power of I Balouae threw a cup of beer over Jei the results of which are very I sups A moment whll painful and often This laughing at his hosts he power defends it from alba toaaed a cup of beer over trosses and other natural whereupon Jesaup drew a revolver and It has no other means of locomotion shot him Jesaup wan than Its and when seen skim COST LESS boat than a lining creature oit In search of foodLondon Saturday Re JJUJJ STIMATE A If I were a man Is surely a very Boethals to Bring Good tieth century Is the era of the wo gjg ThereIs with a few very slight ex ceptions nothing that a woman as a woman cannot ond do every bit as well as if she were a any other way that he Prolonged applause greeted fln as he accepted the It was last I gome mjnutes before he was able to stone has been put in position on the continue his speech of gpvernment breakwater work at jn dwelt on party which has been in progress for gtrjfe over false iasues for the sake of the last seven The result is a plaining Continuing he said mile stretch of seawall that stands one or more political parties are eight feet above low water mark and affords safe anchorage all as well as a protection for one of the most Important harbors on the Great Suicide Creator and manager of the Life anoclatloa of found dead IB bed at his Death oauied by a dieted A letter found on a table In room I am neither drunk I Jjaye no I an I have f If TWTlf the to be kept In power twentyfive or fifty years each succeeding adminis tration carrying out the policy of the past and refusing to enact Into law the progress then such party or parties have violated the very spirit of the constitution and turned our dem ocracy Into a making the political boss We dangerously near that Con dition of things In the pending presi dential The attempt njade by the Republican and Democratic par ties fo create a fictitious Issue is the most farcical In our Alive by e the quaatlon oj traf c For Number what kind of a wom an would you marry if you married again aaked the amiable if 1 married began the brutal Then you acknowledge that would marry again Im not saying one way or the oth buf But you dont give me a definite and that That doesnt prove be It does too So what kind of a woman would you marry if you mat rled again I wouldnt marry I couja Of course you have to Bay that Of course I because I about to say that if I married it would be the kind of a woman who would not ask me what kind of a wo man I would marry If I nwrriei Who wouldnt get veil under such The formal celebration In honor the admiral took iplace In the large parlor of the Mountain The was gaily decorated with American but the feature was a flag which the admiral flew on the Iowa during the battle at Albert ley Introduced as presiding offlcer the ceremonies Edward Simmons of New When Admiral Bvana was brought into the room In a wheel chair the audience applauded him keeping It up until the admiral raiaed his bend as a request for Simmons then delivered an t eulogy of the A large number of let ters from men distinguished in public and private life were read by Sim After the audience had sung America Andrew Draper of New York made the address of That the i of the loving which was Panama canal can be completed within five years and at much leas coat to the government than has been generally supposed is the information which Colonel George engineer In charge of the la expected to bring Secretary of War Wright from the Isthmus early next a gift to Admiral Evans from guests of the i In accepting the loving cup Admiral Evans made a short at he close of the a huge birth day covered with light ed was brought gift and the people tfcan The When the or tild ney nerves get then tfcese or gans always Dont the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or That ia alrapjy A niake Get a prescription mown to Druggists everywhere Snoops The pre pared expressly veak In side Sty engtben oa Colonel Goethftla contemplates a trip to this country in September for the purpoae of conferring with Secretary Wright on canal zone One of the subjects of discussion will be the estlmatea for the next year to be submitted to congieas at the coming The task of digging the canal is be ing carried on by the department of which Secretary Wright la the head although he ia not ao familiar with the work as his judge he is greatly intereated in the project and la desirous of learn ing more of It from the man who ia su pervising the While here Colonel Goethala will make a trip to Oyster Bay to discuss the situation with the He will return to Panama before the various congressional com mltteea arrive there early In Novem ber to Inspect the Colonel Goe expecta to make another trip to Washington during the winter while in Quiokjjr help see are many imltatwu qarbplJzef Wttoh Harry WM nange4 tfte for murder of Police Captain Mejl The execution WM tht to Holka WM borrowed OB Major r 14 leemed to the admiral ban any other part of the A reception followed the formal cere and women and children vied with each other in their o show their admiration of righting Night Are Duncan of Shelby who shot and killed Newton an night eeveral celved a letter from Governor WHUWft announcing that he would grant him a pardon for Wiling Hazlett it he i ferred this to vindication In The governor he had l into the and wM fled Duncan aeted In detente of in line with ernpr WlHsons recent to the Bracken county wheax he aald he pardon killed night in detenit JMf an a b noatUred ttbaut fprjy   

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