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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABklSHBD V HIGHWAYM1N OUTWITTED Fill to Capture the MID Wltji the Gash front1 With drawn revolvers they demand ed Conner escaped with a vol ley Of bullets whlBtilrig past his Running td Lyndora he notified Con stable Jessie who hurried to the George who car ried over escaped under fire and secreted himself near a Man ndx and Albert who were captured before they could leave the were beaten and were found hall conscious In the road when Constable Miller and a deputy HOLIMIP I BUTLER COUNTY i of the latter is Armed With Re volvers Attack Small Party on Coun try Road In Attempt to Secure Sum of Money One Was CarrylnaBad Marksmanship by ttobberi Enables Man With Under Heavy to Elude Are Cruelly August with twenty foreigners held up four men in a vehicle near Bredlnvllle and had It not been for ppor marks Sfahship two tnV party attacked would have been Two who could not get away were terribly beat but a large sum of money which the foreigners evidently knew was be ing carried by the was not 1 George who had spent the day in Bredlnvllle looking after his real was returning to this City with Albert WUHam Connor and A mile from Bredlnville a foreigner Jumped from the bushes and stopped the 4 signal brojidSt a band of foreigners August B B new tor autumn Beautiful and usefal New Goods for Autumn in every section of the Stylish Womens New New Silk New Hats for Girls and Mens and young Mens New Fall Suits and Hats Boys New School New Shoes for Women and New Dress New New New Dra Whatever you tfce new things BOGGS MOUTH ThreeCent Carfare August to figures given out by the Municipal Traction threecent fares made a profit of tor the com pany during the month of This is the first statement which has not shown a deficit For the first month the street railways were opera ted at a threecent loss of 916 was During that month the motormen and conductors were a For June the loss was given at gross earnings for July were Edwardaa Mission Hot August Ham Edwards of the delegation from that state toF the Chicago Just compfeted an unaucceisful mission to Taft In an effort to havehim meet a party West Virginia poli Tafts firmness in declin ing to become involved In the faction al differences In the state did not de tract from Edwardss expressions of confidencethat the Taft ticket would be successful In his Nurses Prevent Wholesale August quick ness andstrength of the two nurses in charge of the tuberculosis tent at the state asylum at Bartpnville pre vented a general slaughter In the Max a who had managed to conceal a heavy hammer In his made a sudden on William a negro with a single blow hammer crushed the mans nurses caught and restrained Slppelberger be fore he could attack another Cannon to Make Chicago August Is announced atRepublican headquarters here that Speaker Joseph Cannon will make 2 speaking tour of beglip nine In He will If In every doubtful congres sional Pythian Dreyfus la August Bin sey the Captain Dreyfus of the knights of after suffering for seven years expulsion from his lodge ona charge of embezzling half a million has been exonerated and JOHON DECIDES TO Benhlnghoff spent Wed nesday with friends in of Union Is visiting relatives In Cured Hay Fever and Summer writes Last year I suffered for three months with asummer cold so distressing that It Interfered with my I had many oft he symp toms of hay a doctors pre scription did not reach my and 1 took several medicines which seemed to aggravate Fortunately I Inslted upon having Foleys Honey and It quickly cured My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the sariw Sold toy Bessemer THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS Responds to Gall Made by the Minnesota Democrats i August Johno son announces that he will accept nomination for governor tendered hltny by the state Democratic He did not Issue a formal statementji but said After due consideration offc the matter and before I have been mollynotified I will tell you that lave made up my mind to lay aside 1 all personal considerations and the call of the I will accept the nomination when It Is to 8 I desire to state and to make that If the committee had s called on me before the nominating speech had been made I woUld have positively declined to be a This is contrary to my i better I have given this raaitter the closest thought for the past twentyfour and my first oplni on that a third nomination unwise j and against the principles of the s yet I hardly see how I can got away from making the race without putting the party In a I regret this action and wish it had never The nomination has been made I have been declared the and so there you It really leaves mo In an embarrassing position and the party in a similar So you aee the only thing I can do Is to Governor Johnson received a tele gram of congratulation from William j Bryan today in which Bryan j said he would do all be could to help j Johnson f BRIEF August Jamln a prominent baseball j committed suicide by shooting at his home ac ij August clent drder ot Hlhernlans in state con1 ventlou here helda monster parade j in which It is estimated that at persons 4 Ravenna of Pitts has returned to her after a visit with Miss Sayra MM John Wiley snd Miss Laun Bell are visiting In Uetrol and other lake Sarah of Seconc is visiting friends in Green Mlna and Ella o have returned af ter a few days visit with friends an and McCormlck re Thursday after two weeks vacation spent In Tonnes and James Beatty ani of at tended the Harvest Thursday of th Democratic was Greenville and Sheparsoi and and Orr lei for a two weeks stay a Atlantic Mayuie and Christina Jen of spent Thursda with relatives Elta Kelly has returne from a two weeks visit with Youngf town Florence McDowell and 01 of spent Thursda with Mends George Wheeler and Mrs Roy of are th guests of and o South Mercer George Mowry and daugb are visiting relatives 1 Iou and Lillian Mowr have returned after a visit o Judge Bells Decision Favors Manufacturers August Pennsylvania pure food law of 1907 has been declared unconstitutional In a decision rendered by Judge Martin Bell in the Blair The court holds that the law violates arti cle HI of that The cade was argued by eminent at torneys In behalf of food manufactur ers and by attorneys of pure food the object being to get the case before the superior court In time to have the law corrected ait the next sessionof the legislature If found Judge Bell cites article section 4 of the state which pro vides that no law shall be or the provisions thereof or conferred by reference to its title but so much thereof as is or con shall be reenacted and pub lished at The Judge cites many authorities sustaining his opin ion In the Cauee August Forest TEN INDICTMENTS two weeks with their in Buf were reports Indicate that the settlements are In Koksllah district twenty square miles are The fate of the ranchers is un The flames are advancing on Ooldstream and ISO Inhabitants are backfiring to save the Stein and Mother Deg of Detectives Johnson has received a telegram from offi cials tbhojd Morris Stein and her mother for the Ohio who have reached the conclusion that Morris Stelnof Dos Molnes and Miss Hester Porter of who were found shot In the lattars Saturday Special Any or Straw ABE HESSE Tbc ieading Clothier When To Eat Is A Question CITY RESIADRANT Of river claimed victims here within 24 Oroi age and John age Both I were drowned while i August Latlmetfs little daughter found him lyj ing in the Running to house she said I cant make He had died of 5 August a clerk in the Northslde bu reau of announces that next sum1 mer he will endeavor to swim the Eng lish channel from Dover to August Winter age an was killed by being caught in the shafting In thewarehouse of Duff He was oiling the machinery and was caught in the shaft and hurled about sixty feet to the other end of the en gine August Po lander named Stanley age shot his wife dead as she ped into the side hall of a saloon at She was carrying her a year In her arms at the but it escaped without The murderer put three bullets into his wifes j August to return to their homes in after a visit three boys were about to row across the ware one of John age fell Into the water and was while Elvln age who dived after also lost his j August body of an unknown probably a j was found floating In the reservoir at The pockets had been turned inside out and asjilrt on the body was covered with I The blood had oozed down into martV shoes and the evidence points I to robbery and August ot the biggest coal and coke deals Jn years j was closed here when a syndicate I ueaded by Julian Kennedy paid 000 for acres of coal land bor dering onthe Mononjphela river in The laud was sold by the millionaire coal man of August it is necessary to stop what they deem a Todd post of the the local will go the courts to prevent the us of the na tional flag u an advertisement by a moving picture show The flag la carried through the daily behind an old atafe August of Ohio Is the guest of his mother and othe v i Monrpe of Sheal was a Greenville vlslto on business connecte with the Conneaut Lake Mildred of Pitti is visiting Miss Ruth Johnstor of Columbia Pansy who ha been visiting Miss Ruth o received by him he believed Illinois would go Democratic both the gu bernatorial and national Jlack informed the former vice presi dent that the national committee had planned as effective campaign In this state and that it would lend any aid required by those directing the guber natorial Return of Old Party Speaking of the Democratic outlook in the national campaign this year Stevenson said In his address at the Iroquols luncheon It looks like a return of the Demo cratic spirit of when Cleveland was Everywhere I have spo ken I have found Democrats formerly antagonistic to Bryan with him nowand they tell me they wish to support It Is astonishing the assurances of support I have received from who declare they Grand Jury Presents Find Against Mob August in in two of the alleged have been returned by grand Jury of Sangamon Six of these are against Abra and four are against Ilaymor Is chargedwlth tour cases of malicious mis if ana one of The charges r Howard are for malicious at and are Identical with those nst Rnymor on three The charge against Raymor based on Ills alleged participation in the lynching of William a forty years who fell a vic tim to the mobs Considerable evidence upon which this was voted was procured by a military court of We procured enough evidence to Indict forty or fifty participants in last weeks said Colonel Chipper fleld of the court of have a complete confession from Raymor and we have also discovered convinc lung evidence of arson on the part of a former policeman of The evidence is not only available for the grand Jury but It Is of such a charac ter that convictions are almost bound to follow its presentation in I will stand sponsor for that state WOULP VIARRYTENYEAROLD Blllcott City August A H cenae has been for the mar riage of the George age to a tenyear old The proposed lias not yet taken Fttahugh has suffer ed a severe attack ot heart fit PAW POLICY Is Reason Why Former Wasnt FIRST OFFICIAL STATEMENT Recent Attacks on President Roote Velta Made It Practically Impossible1 for the Senator to Be Invited to Participate at Cam paign Aeiertc Judge Wood man see of Taft May Not Confine All Hli Talk Ing to Front Porch Hot August Woodmahsee of the common pleas court at who Is a cousin and an old Mend of was an arrival at Hot Springs and gave out an interview regarding the decisionr of the Ohio state committee not to invite Senator Forakar to speak at the opening of the national cam campaign at in after obtaining the license and he is now said to be Afide from the fact that we havd had many campaign openings In Ohlij without our senator taking it can at once be understood that a very Im portant question of party policy arose this Everyone can appreciate that It was an embarrassing t Senator Foraker in his chamber ot commerce delivered in Cincin nati only a short time made a se vere attack upon the policies of Presi dent How could the which intends to wage the ftght stand Ing squarejy on these policies as de When the license was secured a necessary letter of consent from the girls mother was exhibited to the The explanation of the pecu liar case is said to be that the Fltzhugh to make the lit tle girl his heiress and that his object cannot be attained to his satisfaction by the adoption of the f for entombed believed that not a single ot the THE NECK It Reached Its Full Glory In teenth One ofthe most peculiar and inter esting evolutions lu historic fashion In the growth and development ot the ruff In This raff began career as a humble little something like a tuck running along the top of m the chemisette fromshoulder to shoal1 underground at tlme of the explo You can see It hfow in tfte and thftt tnwe lg no hope tnat portraits of royal personages be Drougnt Out The but like a great linen flower opening its plaited petals from genera cally Impossible and most of Porakers friends see it that Enjoys After the first week of a speaking campaign has been gone through with and one finds as it Ing without difficulty subjects ot I do not there s anything more enjoyable Ujan making at least one speech a i This utterance by Judge Taft When iskeoHf afoaslWI Ity that a change lw decided upon the aanpuncemant that i he would not leave Cincinnati during the Tattv VOt there is nothing prevent a change of those He added that definite arrangements had not yet anyone will be brougnt out me heen made as to where bis Cincinnati women and refuse speeches would be I njimlttaH Tnat nm seventy iyho were entombed by an explosjon in the Maypoje coal mine surylvefl the The management of the mine declares that sixty and p seventy men were t i i V ing its plaited petals from senera bodlfls o thelr dead I to During the reign brouKht to the Nothing stron o 8 of Henry it was scarcely more j iave until tne ooaies 01 meir tnat pernaps n brought to the Nothing strong reason for the official eise will convince them of the hope ment that he should remain in his na than a budding but with ne was to forestall the deluge Henry it had outgrown Its 01 I of application tor his presence in var lous parts of the country but these ap August negro plications are coming Just the of plansateotingthe can It was was a believe time has come for a If we put our shoulders to lhe wheel we can bring about a great Democratic yictory in national commltteeman from was a visitor at Demo cratic headquarters and talked with Chairman Mack about the of speakers to the Maine which Is now on In The elec tion in Maine takes place September 14 and will be the first one held dur ing the Speaking ot the Maine situation Jones said Warm Campaign in The present campaign is being waged largely on state but dl not mistake the fact that It is a red hot contest and that we are making an aggressive There is not a dltwentlng Democrat in Maine and every one of them will vote for Bryan stage to the extent of reaching up to the ears and was beginning to sport a ra e mUd Those were the days of who predlcted the local i such strict sumptuary laws that In or strlke that dl der to wear black gemet you must be to wear sable you must outrank your viscount to wear mar ten or velvet trimmings you must be able to show an Income of over 200 marks a The reign of Edward and Queen Mary merely fostered the ruff without encouraging it to any greater development Queen Eliza seeing in it possibilities for off setting her red hair and clear fanned it into vigorous In the six teenth century the ruff burst Into full Men and even tiny were overshadowed by the stiff rays of the ruff onall great OCCB Even over Germany and Italy It spread its white pinions and held unquestioned sway until tt fell with the and Ksrn in I am not pre TT IB no making from the rear end LI Ultoj out i AD v York is to be visited by a great calammatter entirely with the national com which will be followed by the worst That Taft Is entirely will famine in the countrys Ing to accommodate himself to any August a whirlwind as he chael McMann and Mra Mary have met tar the time in thirtysix They were left orphans an agei were adopted by other families and separa August Foreman Farrell left his coat a vacation spent In He Ing about in bills of large dewjjj renjaln here until nomination hanging on a beam of a he will go to his home In The building here it was stolen and the scnatpr expressed his views regarding Foraker Will Read Washington August Senator Ohio la in The Burnt Cork Mistah Ab has ah rid wd shall be delighted to have you propouni but hit aint notbln lak Uat Ah Jest desiies to as yo what am tie d iff nre rice between ah storekeeper whose business is iiuproviu an a man who selects feathers fo sofa pillows Thats a pretty bard nut to what is the differ ence between a storekeeper whose business Is improving and a man who for sofa pillows De storekeepers business la plckln an do other mans business is plckln will blown In early next month after being closed down since anuary allthe furnaces are i unnlng employment will be given to i measures have been taken by local magistrates to prevent young people coming into this city and getting mar ried unless they are of They have to be shown that everything la 014 dlctlng that the Democrats will carry but we are making a flght to win and will certainly down Republican L August f William Bryan left here last night on a sevendays trip In the course of p which he will deliver several speeches at various places and hold a three days managers will be whore to night he will discuss tariff MOKBY VO 177 Main WANTED i pf VMwaW f places and hold a threei Psorisils or Ulcentound with his throat cut and hli head with his campaign bas all doctors His pocketo were agers In The first atop was evidence of a be at whore to Autuat others Eczema Remedy nositivaly cure itwthe worst kind len and the po senatpr expressed his views regarding able to locate i the Of the state committee o Ohio Inviting him to attend the Re August publican campaign opening at Younga hroiips furnace at and his prospective attitude lice have not yet been the In the I do not said Senator what action the state committee except as I Jiave been bj 200 men I he I see by the morning papers that Chairman Williams East Liverpool August J me laat he mailed me an Invitation last Satur day but I have not received All I Is cording to the I do not appear either to be needed or wanted at Youngstown except to sit on the on the platform and listen to tbaj August Gas escaping are delivered by the orators chosen through an artesian well in the kttchfor the en of Alexander Wally in West Etna exploded when one of the family At tempted to light the gas Laura age Inhaled flames and will probably August urg police and Dauphin county deteo are on a bunt for the murderer ol Morris a resident ot Or In BchUylklll the Dauphin county Bender was j of be to hear tjjete Bpeeohe8 as I have already them in the newspat the older more reoeratioa doubtful at the HW between and Psojje ran a are that positively i ate or po p Bessemer M Write for Free ffWt he Id The fact I do not care to make any under the under Ue of the state will not necessarily Interfere with iny nufc ing under jtliar1 I have a Mtmber ot to some from Oljlo and some from other It I should aee fit to accept any ot these ww try to in as help the Republican I feel that own vje a twpVM on her the   

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