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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                SEPTEMBER CENTS PBR APATHY IS INDICATED VERMONT SHOWS SLIGHT CHANGE Small Decrease in Republican PEMOGMTS ALSO FALL BEHIND Independence Party Polls About While Prohibitionist and So cialist Vote Is Practically Un Make In for Goy Receive Plurality Over Blacksmith His Democratic White River BAB new wide ribbons Specially designed for high crown Extra good and pretty Glace Moire Taffeta inches the late color combina a i Fancy Persian Taffetas with variegatet satin choice Ribbons ior high crown 40c a Black and StripedRib bons with inch wide colored bor novel asxl exceeding ly inches 40c a Another extreme but particu stylish Col ored Taffeta Ribbon with two inch Black border on one Hunters Old Blue and similar beat 40c a Republicans won the election In Vermont by carrying the state for Lieutenant Governor tleorge Prouty of Newport for governor by about 000 votes over James Burke of Bur his Democratic The plurality was the smallest in a presi dential year since when it was only and was followed by a Democratic natlcnal but It was larger than in 1888 and only slightly less than in There was a falling pff In years about 8 per cent in the Republican while the Democratic vote fell off about 2 i j The Independence league appeared for the first time polled about 1000 while the Prohibition and Socialistic vpte remained about the An unusually large number of local contests for members of the leg although bringing out a heavy vote and resulting In Democratic gains in the lower branch of the apparently had no bearing on the gu bernatorial As Vermont is the first state to vote during the presidential campaign there was much Interest thrpughout the country in the size of the Republican All Claim to Be New interest was taken in the result of the Ver mont elections political circles here at the various both Republican and as well as In the hotels where politicians the Vermont returns had an attractive ness and interest beyond anything Been in former In the absence of Chairman Hitchcock of the Republi can national those In charge of headquarters here did not care to be quoted except to that tbey were well pleased with the TunKir chairmanof we LAST SAIL OF Norman of Democratic national also expressed at the Middle Bass William Taft left here this morning for wherehe will the Grand Army He will re view the big parade and attend a re ception at the Lincoln He may make a said that his un demanding was that no remarks were required from The story printed In Ohio papers and Foraker would meet at the Lincoln club was said here to be the first Information the candidate had Labor day Is to be made the occa sion of a visit by Judge Taft to San Where he will visit the sol diers home and tqalce a short address to the He will return to the club here and start the next day for going by the way of San dusky and from there over the Big Bryan Warmly Grand companied by Governor John state Democratic Chairman many members of the state commit tee and a large reception committee from Grand William Bryan arrived here from where he had been accorded an recep tion and Jiad delivered a The greeting he received at this place was no sincere and On the way out Fargo train made many which afforded an opportunity candidate to shake hands with At Hlllsboro an immense crowd gathered and Bryan made a tenmlnutH The demonstration for Bryun was a notable Cheer after cheor up from the throngs and can dldates carriage was flanked on elthei side by large representations from th laboring and farmer classes of the cltj and surrounding Last nigb Bryan spoke In front of the M building and one of the larges crowds ever gathered here heard hi plea for the Democratic na tlonal Illinois Worries Htteh cock of the Republican national com mlttee has problem In that is causing hjm about as much wqrryas the Hughe situation In tfa York state The recentprimaries en gendered so much bitterness between the Deneen and Yates factions over the governorship and the Hopkins and FOBS fafctions over the senatorship the party leaders in the state who will be held responsible for the success or failure of thenational have found it necessary to direct their at tention toward the formation of a bar mony If it is possible to do so these leaders will draw Hitch cock into the case as an Sloop Goes Over on Beam Ends Disaster Marts Close of Season MONUMENT UNVEILED RESCUE FUTILE Weighted by Wet Clothing Death The Pittsburgh greatest annual Exposition in the today with many BOGGS NORTH Cured Hay Fever and Summer A S Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with I had many oft he symp toms of hay and a doctors pre anrlniinn did npt reach my and I took severaf medicines which seemed only to aggravate Fortunately I tasited upon having Honey and It Quickly cured My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the sanw Sold by Bessemer THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS MISSES NIAGARA WHIRLPOOL Three Occupants of Ville de Dieppe Badly Used Up Niagara Falls a s rmon Lake Ontario the crew balloon de trlto j Deer sum mer visitors of a party of ten were capsizing of a thirty flve foptjSlpop Psipbscot oft this The drowned Miss Miss Eleanor Miss tutie Lucy 87 Miss EMaabetn Evans of Mount Holyoke Jason The1 saved Captain Deer Isle Professor Edwin Uni varsity ot husband of Crawley Mount brother of Miss Elizabeth The bpdles of Lutle Kellogg and Miss Kvans were There wms some hopifctftat been as when last seen he was making a brave struggle through the choppy seas toward Barren A boat was sent from this place in an ef fort to locate With Captain Samuel the party of lighthearted summer Peojl5 started out for a sail in Penobscot It was drawing near the close the vacation season and they had planned last outing to The wind was from the south west and The sloop was of the open It bad no deck forward and no as many of the small Maine boats and It con talnpd no as the party of ten weighted the boat down quite heavily and Captain an navigator in these thought that the craft would be well Blows Up Very The party had scarcely been gone an hour before the wind heel Ing the sloop well over and the spray upon the There was no of danger until the aft ernoon was drawing a when Captain Haskell decided that the wind too heavy for his boat and the brought the a tack them fo handle the They were In grave danger themselves of being thrownonce more Into the The had been seen from Eagle not far from the scene of the and a sloop wafl sent out up the rescuing partyreached the tender just In time and pulled the three exhausted men Of the rest of the party but two were In and the boat was headed for They were Lu tle Kellogg and Miss They were unconscious although the rescuers worked vigorously over them all efforts to restore life The bodies were taken The boat Barren Island to hunt for Ifutchlns returned unsucces It Is considered practically cer tain that Hutchlns sank before he could reach the Lucy Crawley 6f Chestnut who was drowned In Penobscot bay was well known in this especially In educational Her Dr Edwin whose life was saved In the boating is pro fessor of mathematics at theUnlyer Blty of The With their two went to Mainein July and were expected home In a few BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL At Cincinnati R HH 12 1 01 000 2 83 Maddox and Gibson Coakley and Second R H E o 0 0 0 3 310 18 0 0200000002 92 Leever and Gibson Campbell and At New R New 10 B 1 Wlltse and Bresnahan and Need barn Dorner and Second New 4000000048 8 0 G 4 Taylor and Bresnahan and Needham Ferguson and At 11 3 llb01100004 71 Lush and Moran Reulbach and At 2 Second R HU VICTIMS ARE BROTHERS Found at Scenery HHI Are James MolHca were ambushed and killed whllt returning with Marie Tereslno from Ellsworth vtp Castle Shannon on That is the partial solution of the mystery surrounding the discovery of the two bodies Scenery HHI pn Monday DOUULiu U 1 4 4 McQulllin and Dooln Wllhelm and Standing of the New 62 Brooklyn 45 47 48 52 62 C9 73 75 It is believed by Coroaer Sipe o Washington county that the is now on the accompanied by the mur aerers and the party may have alread reachad their homes in Southern The bodies were Identtned by Con stable McPherson of Castle Shannon It has been established that they left their home on Sunday hunt for the pian who had lured away their housekeeper and the sweet heart of Domlnick that they reached apparently found the girl and persuaded her to return that the three were seen returning in the direc tion of their home that stopping to rest they were ambushed and Fourmen were seon by the three wit nesses leaving the thicket following the sound of the shooting and tbe girl was seen by New York at PlttBburg at Louis at GOD KNEW SAYS YOUNG EiContederate Makes Ringing Speed to Veterans SENATOR FORAKER ALSO TALKS Dedication of Fort Mel0s Monument and Civic Parade Were Features of Encampment at day Parade of Veterans Themselves Will Take In Hla Speech Warns ft Is Audience Against f Executive Encroachment on Legisla tive and Judicial civic prefatory to the greater parade ot vet erans and the dedication ot the Fprt Meigs monument at twelve miles from divided In terest in the fortysecond the Grand Army of the Forty thousand Journeyed by trol ley and beat to the historic spot where General William Henry HarrisonIn 181213 checked the ambitions of th9 British General Many speeches were chfef amoits them being those Of Senator Governor Harris and General Bennett who represented Wlllson of who was to be General Young said in part marvelous thing it s able to stand In this distant I tromf state of1 Kentucky to thank pie of the Maumee valley for 5 Saturday Specials Childrens Suits Sizes 3 to 7 Your Choice at ABE HESSE The Reading Clothier t Whew To In a poor The three men in party wefe perched high up the basket got a bad shaking up and j tfae weatner as the sloop cut narrowly escaped death In the whirltUrough the waves with the water al pool Captain 1 most comlng over the gunwales on the in charge of the suffered the jee when Captain Haskell gave most He was taken to a hospital and ahout of warning that he was golnv Say be internally With tack and then tiler tain Mueller were Perry sixJu8t at this moment the boat rose high teen years and Gerald up on a wave exposing her to the full SteZ sons of Qre8ory of ChibrunVof the An unusually heavy secretary of the American Fed eration of Aerial The Ville de Dieppe left 0 at 8 30 oclock Monday Their ourney through the air was unevent ul until they ran Into troublesome itr currents over Lake Erie and Where Is A Question ui LUO gust struck her and in a twinkling the sloop went over her beams ends and the party were thrown into the For one brief moment it was everyone for Captain Haskell saw that the boats tender was right side up shouting tP Prpfesspr Crawley and Henry whe were nearest Irppped to within 250 feet of the surand Henry who were nearest ace Ballast was thrown out and the to he directed them to make for Tf j fin ftt the same time bag shot up to It Gregorys first trip and he be1 came very sick at the high When the balloon was above Niagara Falls it was practically without bal last and was dipping dangerously close tp the A storm was blowing up and Captain Mueller decided to make a n The basket dragged qver railroad tracks struck a barn and finally land ed at the Devils hole 200 feet the TWP pf Gerald Gregerys teeth were knocked out and his head was Perry Gregory was sclous when taken frpm the Ills left ankle WM sprained and Ws body IO UO the doing so at the same time Professor still clung to the overturned sloop looking for his while Evans was trying to locate his Chance For a In the meantime Haskell had gained the tender and had clambered Cutting U he picked up the oars bringing the boat up Craw ley and he helped them persuading them the only way could help the wpmen folks was frpm the put tho women were beyond Weighted down by their watersoaked clothes and hilled by the cold they had been unable to themselYW afloat Spme had grabbed the person nearest them by the In in stances they had gone down clasned in eaoh others wo tender twrt ou jncapable of Countess Szechenyl Very A dispatch re ceived here from Budapest states that Countess Szechenyi is seriously 111 fol lowing her accouchement of a still born but according to the latesj reports the immediate danger is although she will be confined to It Is for a long It appears that the countess started a few days ago with her husband on an automo bile trip when she suddenly became She was conveyed home tp Ung var castle and as speedily w possible doctors were summoned from Buda countesss Cor nelius of New has been requested by cable to come to Mark Twains Boyhood Friend R who was a boyhood friend Samuel Clemens Mark is dead at the age of When a boy he was personally acquainted wtfh every one of the group Immortal Isedtn Tom Sawyer and was a playmate of Torn the pro tbiype Judge Bapon had lived In the boy hood bPmepf since August September 3 and The big Conneaut Lake Brooklyn at A6RCAN At R H w 12 1 4 Q Hughes and Warner Arellanos and At Detrpiti 0100000001 8 Detroit Joss and Clarke Winter and 000000049 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Smith and Sullivan Bal and 1 At New B H E 13 2 u u u v v w w v Phlladelpa 0 10 2 000 Chesbro and Blair Vickers Second gameT 110000204 10 0 63 and Blue Manning Standing of the pie 01 me mauiuoo niflcent monument to our There were only men killed In the v of 18J2 and of that fate put It up to Kentucky to of her My Wnsmen that fort on that day of May and fought In the battle which this valley from s Circumstances Alter It makes a heapfot difference now f 1 you come to t camb to Ohio 0 once and you all took me and put me In the I am here now aa a happy I thought It a hardship that God should decide that our cause the conclusion ifnat God knew better than I for this is the grandest and most progressive nation in the I may say now that I thank God for the although Jt C 2 and and 08 7 66 49 New 9 Games Chicago at Boston at 51 62 58 63 66 80 was a bitter pill at the I have come to bear to you grateful thanks of You men who have for forty years perse vered with zeal in the work ol memoratlng this ground deserve v not only of but the gratitude of the whole It was the spirit generated men who fell here In defense ot Ohio settlements that made the of the north and south thegreatest volunteer armies that ever around a flag and braving deatH with a courage wbicb can feel and that nap made this the great nation of H Senator Forakerfl address was After reviewing the al events which the monument is ln tended to he warned Ws au dlence that vigilance Is the of free Institutions and declared 50cent Excursion to Conneaut Pennsylvania September account Special train leaves Greenville 830 2B3 d When the or Kid ney nerves get theft fliese or Bans always Pqnt feug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or That Is simply a make Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Sftoops The Kestoratlve Is pre pared expressly for weak n side Strengthen these build them HP with Bboops Be or Uquldand we DQW quickly help by Harry top bb and Th9 too rough for There ImitwHons ot Pe Wch Salys but Just one BoW by Hairy West Cleveland at Iree F Philadelphia at New ecutve ot judicial and Islatlve functions was one pt tbe gers that must be guarded What the Monument f s at Fort Meigs Henry Harrison British advance under Proctor after that general had profited by Oei Hulls surrender of Detroit Wltli sen soldiery gathered tfom Ohlof Pennsylvania and eral Harrispn succeeded In presemnfj the American boundary as It now ex In thpse days ToledP was cpllectlpn of which seryejl M a traveling frpm Montreal and to Cincinnati aud 1N6W Not many years the gra0s nt Thaw an Unwelcome protest ta made in a report submitted to the state commission of prisons by Secre tary McLaughlln against the further conflnement in the Dutchess county 1all at Poughkeepsie of Harry acquitted on the der on the ground of The re port says that Thaws presence In he jail demoralizes the discipline of the lj Mother Poisons Children and thew Berna of this Plae three children with end her own of Fort MelpMU act was prompted by soon to die and she be separated from her where there erection of the tbe Advertisements on to sceAeryl exclaimed the Thats carrying commercialism realy too Uot ok dopt London   

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